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About Aurora observer. (Aurora, Marion County, Or.) 19??-1940 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1919)
COUNCIL BILL NO. 110
M A R K E T REPORT
IN HIGH PLACES
By Walt Mason.
I have bought a grand piano and
a sumptuous sedan, and a lot of
other doodads, on the monthly
payment plan. On each thing I
paid a dollar, and I’ll pay a month
P. J. Hunt was in Woodburn on busi
ly bone, till I’m laid away and
sleeping underneath a sagging
stone. It is true I didn’t need
them, and I haven’t coin to burn,
FOR SALE—Ten sboats. Inquire of
hut I see my neighbors blowing
every kopeck that they earn, and
E. Piner, three miles north of Aurora.
if they can have pianos and fine
motors and such stuff, I will go as
far as they do, though it makes the
FOR SALE—Small pigs, weight fifty j
sledding tough. Every month I’ll
to sixty pounds, Inquire ETR. Gribble.
pay a dollar on tlie junk I do not
need, till I limp around on
crutches and my whiskers go to
Miss Helen Coe of Portland was the
seed; and when I have crossed the
river to the shining golden shore,
week-end guest of Miss Velma Bents.
I will still be owing money to the
Jinx installment store. And I fear
the recollection will destroy my
The Daily Journal (without Sunday)
peace of mind, when I have a harp
and the Aurora Observer both one year
before me and a pair of wings be
hind. But my neighbors, they keep
blowing every rouble, every red,
and I’d be a sort of piker if I let
them get ahead; so I’m buying cir
Chris Zimmerman and E. M. Hurst
cus wagons, and I’ m buying costly
were Oregon City and Portland visit
gems, and my wife is wearing
sables and has diamond diadems,
and I bought the whole caboodle
on the monthly payment plan, and
The Daily Oregonian (without Sun
I’m riding to the poorhouse in a
day) and the Aurora Observer, both | super-eight s e d a n. — Copyright,
1919. (By special permission to
one year for $6.50.
Savings Division, Treasury Depart
Mail your drug orders to Moore’s
.Drug Store, Woodburn.
A marriage license was issued Satur
day to Floyd J. Brower, 18, and Mabel
Feller 20, both of Donald,
Geo. Askin and Lorin Kerr are here
from Eola, the Huber gravel plant
^ ! where they are employed having shut
G. A. Ehlen, Harry Ehlen, A.
j j down temporarily on account of the
Kraus, and Otto blosser, left Tuesday
j high water.
for a hunting trip to Pacific City,
High water in the Molalla River car-
Mrs. James Ogle came up from Port- ried away portion of the false work for
land Monday for a short visit at the I the new bridge the state is building
home of Mr. and Mrs, Ed, Ogle.
¡over tnat stream. The damage and de-
| lay will be considerable.
LOST—Small white pig, about 30
pounds, from my premises in Aurora. : jfr, and Mrs_ Percy Ottaway went to
Notify Observer office.—Oswald Scholz, Pairfield Tuesday' morning to attend
f unerai 0f a little 2-year old niece
of Mrs, Ottaways, Lenora E. Miller
was the daughter of- Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Swift & Co. have closed their cream I lvIiller of Qervais. She died Sunday,
station here owing to the difficulty in | November 2.
securing some one to handle tlie cream
Entitled an Ordinance laying a tax
on real and personal property in the
Egg per dozen 66«-.
City of Aurora, Ore.
Butter, 2-lb. roll $1.10
The people of the City of Aurora do
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ordain as follows:
Ducks, 20c to 25c
That a tax amounting to the sum of
Turkeys, old, 25c
j Eight Hundred and Fifty ($850.00) dol-
j ! lars be and is hereby
J levied on the real
Old Roosters, 12c
and personal property within the coi-
Hens, 16c to 24
porate limits of the City of Aurora,
Marion County, Oregon, as shown by
the assessment roll of Marion County,
Oregon for the year 1919. Said tax to
be used for general muniscipal pur
Wool 37c to 55c
Passed and approved by the Com mom
Council of the City of Aurora, Marion
County, Oregon, this third day of
George A. Ehlen, Mayor.
Geo. W. Fry, Recorder.
NO KNIFE AND LOSS OF BLOOD
NO PLASTERS AND PAINS FOR HOURS
V f t v t • •
...A N D ...
Both one year
S en d or P h o n e yo u r order n ow to
The Aurora Observer
A U R O R A , OREGON
Every stockman who has used it recognizes the high
value o f International Stockfood and “ More Milk”
Tonic. These stock foods are best for hogs, sheep,
cattle and horses. W e are over stocked with these
goods and will sell them for a few days longer at
the follow ing reduced prices.
card of thanks
DISEASES OF WOMEN
SKIN STOMACH BOWELS
We wish to thank our. friends for
their kindness and sympathy in our
I bereavement in the death of our son
George Luebben, the choir for their
FOUR YEARS STUDY IN EUROPE
services and also those who sent the
OVER THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
¡beautiful floral offerings.
Portland Physical Therapy Laboratories I —Mrs. and Mrs. Bernard Luebben
412 to 417 Journal Bld’ g, Portland, Or.
Mrs, Diana Snyder and Mrs. Moyer
left this morning for Bend, Oregon to
Mail your drug orders to Moores
visit Mrs. Jessie Johnson, Mrs, Sny
Drug Store,, Woolburn,
Regular $4 pails f o r ______
Regular $1.20 boxes for__
“ One is honored by the privilege of
Geo. Oglesby is now located at Col- membership in the Red Cross, and
ton, Oregon instead of Marks Prairie, blessed in being permitted to make any
kind of contribution to its work.”—
William Fraser McDowell, Presiding
Miss Vera Cutsforth was here this Bishop, Methodist Episcopal Church.
* * * *
week to visit her sister Mrs. Zeno
“ The Red Cross is America at her J j
best. . . . Money given to the Red | j
Cross is not an investment, nor is it | •
a charity. It is a sacrament.”—Charles j
Sam Harzig wa3 among the Clack
A. Eaton, Pastor Fifth Ave. Baptist ! j
amas county residents transacting busi Church, N. Y.
ness here the past week.
♦ # $ *
“It is extraordinary what can be ac
complished when a free people all
Your mail orders will receive prompt unite and work together for their com
attention and your patronage appre.- mon good and for the good of human
ciated.--Aurora Drug Store.
Oswald Scholz has a position in Port
land as foreman of a big shop there
and expects to leave at once.
Mrs. G. A. Ehlen was hostess Thurs
day at a shower given for Miss Lizzie
Smucker at the home of the former.
Miss Smucker was married yesterday
at Salem to Albert Yoder of Canby.
Many nice gifts were received. Those
present were Mis. Zeno Schwab, Mrs.
S. A, Miller, Mrs. Elmer Smucker,Mrs.
W. H. Ortman, Mrs. J. F. Kerr, Mrs.
W. H. Ehlen, Mrs. J. W. Sadler, Mrs.
Dewey Miller, Mrs. George Wurster,
Mrs.Diana Snyder,Mrs. J.S,Vandeleur,
Mrs. Wm, Gelbrich, Mrs. Davis, Mrs.
Albert Ehlen, Mrs. J. M. Will, Mrs. B.
F, Giesy, and Misses Emma Snyder,
Velma Bents, and Lizzie Smucker.
Champ Clark,in a speech in congress,
says that innumerable big-wigs,' male
and female, are going over the country
preaching thrift, and that the Hon.
William Gibbs McAdoo.when secretary
of the treasury, director general of
railroads, and so forth and so forth and
so forth, stated that in order to en
courage thrift he wore half-soled panta
Clark added, “ that was a
very good example he set, but he did
not wear that kind when we met Per
shing in New York.” Clark does not
say that ail big-wigs, male and female,
are similarly attired.
The Red Cross—a work of the
heart on a sound business basis.
Membership in the Red Cross
is insurance against regret.
The Red Cross never intrudes
—but she has a mother’s sensi
Red Cross is not a responsi
bility—it’s an opportunity. JOIN.
W e have in a large supply o f the best rubber goods
at the lowest prices consistent with quality goods.
Don’ t overlook our mail order plan.
Write or Phone your order.
The next mail will bring what you want.
AURORA DRUG STORE
DR. R. F. BELL
There will be another dance at the
Band Hall, Saturday, evening, Novem
ber 8. The best of music will be fur
nished. You are cordially invited to
Mrs. Louis Webert went to Portland attend.
Monday to be with her sister-in-law
Mrs. M. L. Saling, who was operated
Mrs. E. M, Zimmerman a few days,
upon at the Oregon City hospital near Mrs. Zimmerman, has just returned
O. A< Nelson has purchased the R,
ly three weeks ago, hopes to return to from the hospital and is threatened S, Blew farm in the White school dis
Aurora in a few days.
The deal includes the stock*
with an attack of pneumonia.
machinery and crops. The price was
The Portland Telegram and the Aur
ora Observer both one year for $5,50.
No more ‘ ‘ Bargain Day” prices until I ty court at the Salem court house to
John Carson, of Salem, was here re
morrow (Friday, November 7)at which
next fall—one year hence,
regulations will be adopted limiting the cently. Mr. Carson is said to be an
loads which trucks may haul over the active candidate for district attorney,
j county roads. Truck owners and driv- and was doubtless building some poli
At the present time in the North lers and all others interested are invit- tical fences.
western Division alone—comprising
ied to be present,
Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washing
ton—there are 750,868 Red Cross mem
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Keil have re
bers. Alaska has 13,562; Idaho, 103,-
turned from a six weeks trip to Illinois
Mrs. J. S, Vandeleur has just re
055; Oregon, 243,614; Washington,
and Missouri, where they visited the
ceived letters from her son J. S, Van
relatives of both Mr. and Mrs. Keil.
deleur of Philadelphia who is in charge
They had a fine trip?« but both are glad
(•f the advertising department of the
to get back to old Oregon.
Mr, and Mrs. L. G. Giesy and little
son Bruce were here Tuesday from tion At a recent convention of the
their home near Donald visiting Mrs. New England Bakers at Boston, he de
The Third Red Cross Roll Call is un
Giesy’s parents Mr. and Mrs. H, L. livered an address upon “ Retail Adver
way and those in charge hope that
the call will meet a ready response.
The Red Cross has done a great with
out criticism or a breath of scandal,
and the great organization deserves the
support of all good citizens.
The Pythian Sister’s H allow e’en
Tom Shortell has purchased the Mrs.
party last week was a uuique affair, Henry Blosser farm with hopyard on
well attended and greatly enjoyed. it. The output of the yard will soon
The witch and the ghost played inter- pay the purchase price of the farm,
esting role, and the unique lunch served said to be $7000, It is rumored.«that
was a pleasing feature. Black and Mr. Shortell is seriously thinking of
yellow formed the basis of the color j getting a helpmate to share his for-
scheme. The night was stormy and I tune, and there is many a girl got a
conditions ideal for the witching hours ! longing eye1 upon the former Oyster
of Hallowe’en. Those in charge de- j Bay citizen now that he is on the high
serve much credit for the success of ¡road to prosperity.—Woodburn Inde-
Announces the opening o f offices for the
practice o f Dentistry
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FRANKLIN B. LAUNER
CO N CER T PIANIST
IN A U R O R A ON W ED N ESD AYS
A T HOME OF
MRS. F R A N K M ILLER
Frequent trips between Auroras
and Portland.--Will Haul To Any 1
Place in the Willamette Valley, j
AURORA, OREGON |
R egistered B reed in g Stock
Big Type Poland and Duroc Jersey
Young stock for sale.
- DIMICK STOCK FARM, *
A u to m o b ile O w ners!
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If so, bring it to us. Our first
class workmanship, together with
our dust proof finishing room guaran
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es are reasonable,
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R. R. GILMORE
The Oakland Sensible Six
The lightest Six on the market. W eight
2L50 pounds, 44 horse power. The
Oakland Sensible Six cars cost LESS TO
OWN, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN than any other
Owners o f Oakland Sensible Sixes con
stantly report getting 18 to 25 miles to
the gallon o f gasoline.
Mileages o f 8000 per set on tires are us
ual, while records o f 12,000 are not in
The easy-riding qualities o f these cars
are the result mainly o f the combina
tion ofdong, slow acting, under slung #
rear springs and large 32x4 tires.
Price $1275 F. 0. B. Aurora
The New improved Dort
Has several new features,
reliability and quality.
Another car o f
H O R S E S H O E IN G
If you want money at a low rate of
interest and for a long time write to
me for information about a 20 year
amortized mortgage loan.
JOE J. THORNTON,
Wilsonville, Oregon, (35)
S P E C IA L T Y
Ckas. Goudreau Shop