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About Aurora observer. (Aurora, Marion County, Or.) 19??-1940 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1919)
Remember, able-bodied boys 18 years j
old and under 60, the Crown Willamette j
Pulp Mills at Oregon City and West
Linn will need men in October or
Mail your drug orders to Moore’s
November for the winter season. Just j Drug Store, Woodburn,
keep them in mind when arranging your J
See Dr. Bell for your dental work.
winter work schedule. They have a !
All work guaranteed. Phone 27.
fine hotel just for employees, at low
1 ates. ’ ’
Mrs. L. G. Giesy was among those
shopping in Portland the latter part of
Complete line o f Drugs, etc., at j Complete line of Drugs, etc., at
Moore’ s, Woodburn. Mail your orders. i Moore’ s Woodburn, Mail your orders.
D r/ R. F. Bell announces the opening j Dr. Miller,
o f offices for the practice of dentistry, | Dentistry in all its branches by a j
Special attention |
in the Aurora State Bank Building. ] graduate deutist.
| given to Plates, Phone Blue 7.
The Canby News is wondering if j
Due to a washout in the cannal that
supplies water to the Molalla Electric ¡Judge Dimick knows whether the Ban-|
Company’s power plant, there were no ! ner-Courier of Oregon City will support ]
lights Thursday night, and Sunday and I E. E. Brodie for the Republican nomi- j
Sunday night a short circuit put the ¡nation for secretary of state. Why!
Aurora light and power system out o f notask him? Judge Dimick is no!
In the matter of
Mrs. Ida Hoff Miller spent a couple
W. H. Asquith and Otto Blosser re
of days in Portland the latter part of
Superintendent Wm, Smith announ
ces that all schools of Marion county ; turned to Astoria Sunday after several;
days here. They were thrown out of j
Mrs. E. G, Carpenter was a Portland will close November 11, in accordance j
with Governor Olcott’s proclamation! work by the destruction of the build-!
that Armistice Day will be a general j ing where they were painting Btreet !
Mr. and Mrs, C. B. Brewer returned holiday—throughout the state.
cars for the Astoria Street Railway:
Friday from a short visit in Oregon
Company, and by the burning of their \
H. Arthur Graham, cashier o f the ]
City at the Morris home,
tools and supplies.
Canby State Bank, submitted to a min- j
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Keil and child or operation for the removal of his ton- ] The Meridian school wishes to extend
ren spent a few days in Portland re sils and adenoids recently at Oregon; an invitation to the people of Aurora
cently visiting friends.
City, and came home a little later with ! and the surrounding districts to attend
Owing to the deep snow in the Yacoet a new 1920 Studebaker, which shows! a program and basket social at eight
o ’clock on Saturday.evening of Novem
logging camps, Leslie Grazer has re that it pays to operate.
ber, fifteenth, nineteen hundred nine
turned home until later m the season.
Friday of last week J. L. Emmert
teen. The proceeds will be used to se
Marion county is still far behind in
cure playground apparatus for the
j its quota of $1700 for the Roosevelt Creek church to Oliver King and will! school children.
Memorial fund, Collections to date are give possession as soon as he can get j
located. Mr, Emmert expects to de-j November 21 is not only a holiday— !
vote his time to selling a household ! Armistice Day, but it is also George!
Among, the farmers transacting busi
| Wurster’s 40tii birthday (or more). All]
ness here the past week were Louis
Seymour Jones and family have ! of which recalls that George and his i
| Racette of Buttevills and J. Jesse of
moved from their country home north ] friends celebrated his natal day 8 years \
of Salem into that city for the winter. ; ago, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of j
The. treaty of Peace has been printed They will live atl056Chejteieketa street. I the 11th month of the 1911th year of!
l as a senate document of 192 pages. If
Such a simihrl
Mr. Jones is speaker, of the Oregon the Christian Era.
you want a copy write one of your House o f Representatives.
j combination of figures will not again ]
senators. It is free.
j occur until George’ s 132nd birihday!
Alvin Krieger motored over from
! (or more)
In the meantime he will
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have moyed
The Dalles the first of the week on
! celebr-ate Armistice-Wurster Day with !
from Oregon City to Canby, Mrs. Nel
business and pleasure. Alvin has been
! old time vigor while awaiting the new
son’s former home. Mrs, Nelson lived
managing a theatre at The Dalles the | combination of l l ’ s .'
here as a girl, Miss Alice Carpenter.
past two years and is well pleased with
The Wide Awake
The Compton paving plant at Brooks,
C. W. Carothers. W. H. Ehlen, L. I. his location.—Hubbard Enterprise,
C. J. Espy, cashier of the; First State having completed their eight miles of
Snyder and Hans Spahr returned last
| paving on the Pacific Highway have
week from a few days in the mountains Bank of Donald, was in the city last
] shut down until spring when they will
above Molalla. They brought back a Thursday. He reports his bank going
j begin on the additional four miles to-
past the $100,000 deposit mark, which iward Salem. A number of men are
Mrs. John Kraus went to Indepen- j
Gilmore & Hardesty, Canby black is a remarkable showing for so young still employed, graveling and leveling dence last week to visit relatives and
smiths, have dissolved partnership and a bank and speaks well for the con up along the edges of the pavement. to meet her brother Major Cooper Who
the former will continue the business servative and able management.— They expect to complete this work in has just returned from service in
¡about two weeks,—Gervais Star.
Let Me Examine
your eyes and locate the trouble
If due to a refractive error, I
can overcome it easily with
proper lenses which will give
you perfect sight!
Isn’ t this worth while?
as well as in all other merchandising
Try us for anything in the Hard
ware and Implement line.
G. A. EHLEN Implement«
Phone Main 2821
LOUIS W EBERT
Many roads are proposed for paving, which are to link up the remote parts of the county with the Pacific Highway and lead into the county seat
and other towns of the county. The roads of this part of the county adjacent to Aurora are the foilowing: District No. 2 —Road A : — From Wil-
sonville to Oswego via Frog Pond, Stafford, and Hazelia to Oswego, costing $145,000. District No. 9 —Road A :— From Pacific Highway where
same crossing line of «the Jos. Parrott D. L. C. south of New Era. thence southeasterly and southeasterly, via Mulino, Wrights Bridge, and Liber
al to north boundry of city of Molalla. $120,’1000. Road B:— From south boundary of city of Molalla towards Wilhoit, $36,000. District No. 10—
Road A :— From Canby, via Goods bridge, south toward Marquam, $140,000. Road B— From Maeksburg to intersection of road “ A ” , $12,000.
District No. 11— Road A : —From Barlow, thence south towards Monitor, $132,00. Road B —From south end of Wilsonville Ferry, thence souther
ly and southeasterly, $12,000,
W .2 4
D R. B. F. GIESY
Office at Residence
l ASQUITH & BLOSSER
O A IN T IIN G
1 APER HANGING
All Work Neatly Done
LIVE STOCK SALES
W M . HEINZ
Canby Phone 13-15 (Mall— Aurora, Route 1)
If your monumental work is solicited,
kihdly ask the solicitor for our busi
Capital Monumental Works,
2210 Sr'Com. St.
Phone 689, Salem.
M. H. Hostetler
The Old Reliable
Livestock and Country Sales,
Write for Dates and Prices
| Route 2, HUBBARD, OREGON
Needy Mutual Phone 10-551 — Terms Reasonable
DR. de LESPINASSE
Phone United 6319
H ubbard , O regon
The Phez Land Company is prepar-
its 120-acre tract near Salem for the
planting of loganberries. It is plowing
the tract now and will repeat the oper-
ation next spring.
MAP OF PROPOSED CLACKAMAS COUNTY ROADS
227 SHERLOCK BUILDING
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