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Aurora Observer (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Aurora, OregonAurora published every thursday observer $1.50 a year vol. X. Aurora. Marion county. Oregon september 23, 1920. No. 29 judge Bingham Recovo is rapidly judge George g. Bingham of the Mario Jeoun to circuit court who had a slight Hemo rage of the temporal Region resulting in vocal paralysis last Friday at Salem recovered rapid and returned to his official duties the next Day. Numerous friends in this part of the county will be glad o know that the attack was not . At the time of the attack judge Bingham was at the court House ready to receive the report of the grand jury. Miss Mary Mccormick was Here for the week end with miss Orletta Kraus at the Home of or. And mrs. George Kraus. Mrs. Christina stauffer submitted to the second operation wednesday evening for Gall stones and was reported thursday morning As recovering nicely at a Portland Hospital. A month ago an operation was necessary to remove an obstruction of the Bowel the last one was for Gall stones and several of them found. Her Many friends will be glad to know of her improved condition. A Habbard Enterprise. Local news items Fred White of Salem was Here saturday. Mrs. George Askin or. Of needy w As a visitor Here saturday. S. A. Williame of Hubbard was a business visitor Here saturday. Jos. Graham of Butteville was among those Here on business saturday. Or. And mrs. . Mills were among the Union people Here saturday. Or. And mrs. E. M Hurst and children were Portland visitors saturday. . Radcoff was in town from her borne at East Butteville saturday. Or. And mrs. . Kraus and children spent the Day in Portland Friday. Or. And mrs. B. F. Giesy and children spent the Day in Portland saturday. Or. And mrs. Fred Kerr were Here from port and sunday visiting friends and relatives. Orville Stoner who is attending school to Portland spent the week end with Bis parents or. And mrs. S. H. Bros. Garage Economy and efficiency demand that your car be kept in perfect condition. Automobile owners cannot afford to spend their time and Energy to keep their cars ready for instant use. Such work is the business of men skilled in it. Bring you car to us and thus have it ready for use without spoiling your spare time your Good clothes and your temper in repair work. The garage Man was made to work and repairing is our Bros. Aurora. Oregon Goodyear Miller and Diamond tires t ripping off to school in a pair of our new school shoes they Are Good shoes too. She got them Here and that the Only kind we sell. The school miss needs durable shoes As Well As her brother shoes that Wear and Are stylish and comfortable. He plays out doors and needs sturdy shoes the strenuous boy who works and plays out doors in rain or Shine requires the Best of shoes. He can buy them Here for our boys shoes must be Well built of Good leather and with Strong soles. Rubber footwear of All kinds to Sadler i Kraus the Best for the Price a pure food groceries John Taylor Ami Andy Boehert have been working in a hop Yard in the Salem Section. Fred Bents and son Clarence were business visitors Here monday from their Home at Fargo. Mrs. Will Ehlen of Eugene has been Here several Days the guest of her Mother mrs. Frederick will. Or. And mrs. C. C. Oldfield and George Oldfield of Meridian were transacting business Here Friday. Or. And mrs. . Leach of Portland were Here this week guests at the Home of or. And mrs. W. W. Irvin. G. C. Giesy is repairing the foundations of the Hurst warehouse getting ready for the fall potato business. Mrs. E. E. Brett of Hood River was among the visitors Here saturday coming in with her father Chris Giesy. Miss Straud a Portland nurse was Here Friday to visit mrs. Diana Snyder returning to Portland saturday. Among the near Donald people Here Friday on business was. L. G. Giesy. Or. Giesy had just finished hop picking. Or. B. F. Giesy Zeno Schwab and g. R. Watt drove to Dallas thursday in the latter s car on a real estate Deal. H. N. Smith who manufactures the Quot flavor Brand of flour at his new Mill on the Aurora Donald Highway was Here on business Friday. Or. And mrs. Connor of Portland former newspaper people were Here last week having spent their vacation in the Henry l. Bents hop Yards. T. M. Snyder has sold his two Bouses on fifth Street one to Dewey s. Miller and one to mrs. Clara Atkinson. The consideration was about $2000. Hop picking was finished last week in the a Joe Geek Yards on the Geo. W. Yergen place. The yield averaged 150 boxes per acre and weighed 54 lbs. Per Box. Jas. A. Miller who recently left for California is working for the Republican organization a an organizer of Republican Cluba thu Ghoul that a tato. Percy will has returned from a Hunting trip to the Lorane Section Louis will and wife and Earl Kocher and wife were also in the party. They stopped at the Home of Lester will. The party consisting of s. F. Southard and son a. H. Will. W. H. Asquith Allen Keil and or. Kinney of Barlow who left last week for Norton Lincoln county arrived there alter a hard trip via Falls City or. And mrs. Adam h. Knight and son Buford left for Boston mass., wednesday evening to attend the convention of the Sovereign grand Lodge of the i. O. O. F. Mrs. John Fuller was to accompany the knights but was delayed and will join them within a few Days. Mrs. Knight was superintendent of the Domestic science department at the fair but since she cannot be Here mrs. H. U. Eccles has been appointed to take her be an Appeal for Aid i by Eilers Oba Irman of the German and austrian Relief committee for the Pacific Northwest sends the observer and other papers a letter outlining the terrible conditions that prevail in Germany and Austria among the women and children. It appears that it is More imperative than Ever that Relief be sent them. The letter appeals to those of German or Aust Nan birth to lend their Aid and says Quot fortunate indeed Are the austrian and German families who have relatives in North or South America and thus receive help direct but untold millions have no such fortunate connections and among them the distress and undernourishment is appalling. They need help. Anyone Able and willing to Aid should write Elizabeth Wendeborn Secretary of the committee Portland Oregon. Web. Hall s garage at Canby recently sold a Chevrolet to a. B. Dentel of East Butteville. Among the �?�91�?� people who have been picking in the Butteville Donald hop Yards Are Phil Wiegand miss Cor die Wiegand mrs. Nellie Johnson mrs. Alvin Deetz and mrs. H. H. Deetz and son j ess. A no. 106.-report of the condition of the Aurora state Bank at Aurora in the state of Oregon at the close of business september a 1920. Resources Loans and discounts $207,213.41 overdrafts secured and unsecured 798.04 Bonds and warrants 106,804.49 stocks securities judg ment Etc. 5,000.00 banking House 9,�250.00 furniture and fixtures 2,984.82 due from approved Reserve Banks. 44,153.63 checks and other Cash items 43.28 Cash on hand. 15.010.62 other resources _2.018.30 it. Total $393.276.59 u. capli1 Pestock paid in surplus fund. 16,000.00 undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 1,271.74 postal savings Bank deposits 131.59 individual deposits subject to Check 198,844.00 cashier checks outstanding 1,328.48 time and savings deposits 151,205.95 reserved for interest and taxes. 494.83 among those transacting business Here the past week were or. And mrs. R. A. Armstrong. Or. And mrs. Albert Pratt w. B. Dentel Henry Baccke. Or. And mrs. Earl grim and l. G. Giesy. Auto License fees collected the first 8 1 months of 1920, in Oregon have added $2,030,000 to the state and county Road funds. Up to August 31, 97,815 machines were registered As will As 3345 motorcycles. A Deal was closed september 14 whereby b. Paulsen sold to Alvin f. Williams his 22 acre farm located North of Hubbard. This addition to or. William s acreage and building is very Enterprise. The Salem chief of police announces that any one operating a game of Chance at the state fair will be arrested and prosecuted the state fair grounds Are now within the Salem City limits having been annexed a Short children in school cannot Progress in Thair studies As they should if Eye Strain is sapping vitality from other parts of their body. Constant aches and pains Dull feeling and headaches distract the mind from their studies and Are often responsible for a supposed Lack of Effort. Bring your children to us for expert examination. It May save untold trouble. Morris amp Keene optical company eyesight specialists rooms 202-211 phone 239 Salem Bank of Commerce bldg. Salem. Oregon Lime ago. A letter from c. B. Brewer at Alturas California to Thomas Wescott says it is getting very Quot Chilly there. It snowed in the Hills last week freezes at night but Fine during the Day he says the lakes Are full of Bass and the country full of coyotes. Automobiles driven by Fred Fargo of Salem and m. J. Morrison of los Angeles collided Lart week thursday at the Corner of court and High streets Salem. No one was Hurt but the fender and steering gear of Garrison s car were damaged. Total $393,276.59 state of Oregon county of Marion 1, Zeno Schwab cashier of above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. Zeno Schwab cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th Day of september 1920. G. R. Watt notary Public. My commission expires nov. 19, 1923. Corrects attest b. F. Giesy j. Ii. Miley directors Oregon state fair Salem september 27th to october 2nd reduced rates apply from All Agency stations in Oregon including Midland to Kirk Ore.,Inch, also from Bandon and Newport Ore. Minimum adult fare $ 1.00. Children of half fare age 50 cents. All trains direct to fair grounds trains 17, 18, 23, 24,27 and 28 will make regular Stop at fair grounds. Trains 1 4 and 16 will make Flag Stop. For further particulars inquire of local agents. Southern Pacific lines John m. Scott general passenger agent come to the fair fair week september 27th to oct. 2nd with every $25.00 Purchase and Over in groceries and $20.00 Purchase and Over in dry goods we will remit you your of amp a come at our expense see full Page and on Page 4peoples Gash store Sale blankets the Blanket season is upon us and health and Comfort demand the Best in that line. We carry a Fine assortment of Wool blankets and Cotton blankets which can not fail to meet your requirements. We have them for the whole family including the baby. Done to fail to look them Over before you buy. We can help you decide will Snyder co. The store of Merit

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