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About Aurora observer. (Aurora, Marion County, Or.) 19??-1940 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1941)
No. Marion vCoun ty Obsei-yer
Friday? April 18* lj941rfthh ì
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
PIÌPl^IOTY' $ $ ADMIN-
FARM : MORTGAGE > IX)ANS / AURORA SCHOOL AND
5 pér cent/ Interest. ï*. Prompl^sferrrf oA-H NEWS
yicô^>minimum details; Eiasy paorr- vku Charles Oilier, president o£ the
m eats .with prepayment' privileges . upper grades room, appointed new* à ri ‘ ™ • ,. ..Noy '6270, ;
In fo rm ation add '0 afpraisal
» m onitors Monday.
They : .¿werp;» < *
In tlie Circuit Court of the State
out obligations Capitol. Securi- ,^fl»ag^Nanicy W ooding; w a a t^ b ^ -^
of Oregon, for the County off:
t ies^ C 0
FARM SALES A,NJ> IAXJ l NS x
If you want to self, trade, £ buy
a farm anywhere, ip thè Willam
ette Valley, you should sèe us first.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS, Inc.,
Realtors, 402 State St. Salem, Ore.
Machine Work and Welding
ers, Helen Clark and Evelyn ^red-
rikson; bats and balls, Edward
Koenig and Ray Koenig; plants,
Bernita Jeskey; librarians, Irene
Stoner and Maxine 'Marsh. ,
• ’ Charles Thomas of Broadacres
and Doris, Donald, Edward and
Jean Cole of Portland are all new
students in the ‘Aurora grade
i Acetylene and Electric
Hydraulic Axle and Wheel
Straighteners— Cylinder Reboriug
A ball game, was held here F ri
day with Donald. The score was
11 to 9 in Donald’s facor.
IOWA MACHINE AND
205 Chemeketa Street
A county spelling test was given
to the third and fourth and the
upper grade students Wednesday.
NORTH PORTLAND LIVESTOCK
This'week’s market opened Mon
day with 2,300 cattle, 170 calves,
1,670 hogs and 1,470 sheep in the
• day’s oip-en trading*
CATTLE: Good grain-fed steers
$9.50 to ,11.00. Good grain-fed
heifers $9.25 to 10.00.
beef cows $8.00 to 8.7'5, medium
$7.25 to 7.75, common $6.25 to
7.00, canners $4.75 to 5.50.
Lloyd T. Rigdon, Manager
Bulls, medium to good $7.75 to
OREGON 8,75, common $6.5Q to 7,50. Veal-
ers, good to choice $12.00 to 13.
HOGS:. Good, to . choice oarlots
^ È F tN jS H IN G T f
- p J . $9.8.5?; _1J.0. Jto 21,5 ,1b . jruckiiis
} $9.65 tcy
230 / to 2j8&f lb
; All W ork Guaranteed 1
. 9.35; light
Ì SMITH-EUBANKS CO.
weight butchers $9.00 'to 9.^5;
424; Ferry St.
^ Phone 472,4
packing sows $7.75 to 8.50. Feed
er pigs $9.25 to 10.00.
SH EEP: Gpod to choice spring
lambs, mainly $11.00; medium
good $10.00 to 10.50. Slaughter
DR. O. A. OLSON, Dentist
ewes, wooled, .good to choice $5-00
t 6.00. Shorn lambs,$8.00 to 8.75
early slirn t<> 9.25; woofte'd $10.50
ing and m^y .)^e le£twi£fi the said
Philip A. Mohr, RFD(Np. 2f Canhy,
Oregon, or in the office of Ralph
lb. Zimmerman, Odd Feitovfo Bldg.,
toanby, .Oregph,! a#y .time after the
; sflrst pjubyqaition qf. this notice and
»before making said sale.
pSflLilP >At MfoHB,
Admnistrator of the estate of Fred
W. Mohr, Deceased.
Date of First Publication, April 4,
Date of Last Publication May 2,
Ralph C. Ziifmerman, Odd Fellows
Bldg., Canby, Oregon, Attorney
; ' Clackamas, Probate ’Department
In the matter o f , the . Estate of
FRED WX>iOHR, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That in pursuance of an order of
the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clacka
mas, Probate Department, duly
made and entered on the 31st day
of March, 19 41, y that Philip A.
Mohr,v as the Administrator of the
estate of Fred W. Mohr, Deceased,
was licensed by the above entitled Quality
Court, to sell, on and after May 5,
1941, all the right, title, interest HOLLYWOOD ELITE CLEANERS
Cash and Carry
and estate of said Fred W. Mohr,
Deceased, at private sale for cash
L. L. FORRETTE, Prop.
to the highest bidder, subject to 2050 N* Capitol St., Salem, Oregon
confirmation of the aboveyentitled
Court, in the following described
WILLIAM E. MOSES
real property, to-wit:
Beginning at the Southwest'cor
ner of Section 11 in Township 4
South, Range 1 West of the WÌ11- 331 1-2 State St.
1 amette Meridian, Marion County,
Oregon, and running thence North
28 minutes East 7.64 chains to an
•iron bar in the center line of thè
County Road; thence South 72
Degrees 43 minutes East along the
CAPITAL SHEET METAL
center line of - said road 25.577
ichains to a steel bar in the South
inline of Section 11 ; Thence West
i^24.485 chains to.the point of be-
y ginning, containing 9.31 acres of Authorized dealer Montag quiet
-yiland, sìtùaté- in the :So>ut*hwest cor automatic oil burner. Sheet metal
ner of Secton 11, 'Township 4
and roofing by men of ability
■‘South, Range 1 West, Marion
Bids and offers must be in writ- 343 Ferry St.
WHEN IN SALEM
Meet your friends at Joe’s Place
Cards, Pool, Eats and Drinks
YOU WILL BE WELCOMED ..
fcll N. Commercial SL, Salem, Ore.
Beneath Labor Temple
Don’t say you have tried all until
you have tried CHIROPRACTIC
DR. O. L. SCOTT, D. C.
Phones— 4627; 8572
X-RAY AND N, C. M.
256 N. High St., Salem, Oregon
95 per cent of piles cases curable
without operation or loss of time.
Dr. L. C. MARSHALL, D. O.
Oregon 'Building, Salem," Ore.gon
Halters, Lines, Luggage, Work
Shoes, Work Gloves
F . E. SHAFER
Harness and Leather Goods
125. N. Commercial
Nothing takes the place of leather
Keep your Chicks and Poults
healthy. Burn G ASCO B R IQ U ETS
in your brooder stoves!
ROBT. J . GALLAGHER
• Gasco Briquets are
all heat—no ash.They
FARMS— CITY PROPERTY
139 N. High St.
hold fire 8 to 10 hours
after you stoke your
stoves — can be easily
controlled to maintain
a u n ifo rm b ro o d e r
tem perature — never
Defense industry has forced pi
ano prices up. They are still go
ing up! Don’t forget, pianos may
be hard to get later on. We still
mantain our old low prices.
BUY NOW AND SAVE
NEW AND USED PIANOS
T allman Piano
469 State St.
smother out. T h e y ’ve
proved m ore econ o
m ical for thousands
of successful poultry
raisers than any other
solid fuel; order today!