January 22, 1915
A. DeJardin was in Portland on business Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. M.E. Hurley was up from Portland Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Amy Harding and Minnie Nibler were Salem visitors Friday.
Miss Jessie Briggs of St. Louis has accepted a position in Portland.
Miss Eva Poujade of Portland was an over Sunday visitor with Gervais friends.
J.E. Hosmer, editor of the Silverton Journal is again in the toil of the law.
Maurice Klinger of Salem was a visitor one day last week with his son, E.M. Klinger.
Miss Iwan Miller visited her sister Mrs. Percy Ottaway at Aurora the past week.
Mrs. Joseph Assman of Portland spent over Sunday with her mother Mrs. C. Stravens.
Lois Hartley, who has been occupying the Mary Hurley house has moved to Silverton.
Postmaster R.L. Geiss from Woodburn and family visited with Rev. Mocheland family Friday last.
A marriage license was issued by the County Clerk Wednesday to August Woelke and Signa Engrebretsen of Parkersville.
Grace V. Bonner, character delineator. In superior readings and classical and popular plays will appear at the City hall Monday night, Feb. 1st.
At the last meeting of the school board J.E. Cutsforth tendered his resignation as director and it was accepted with much regret by the remaining members.
The many friends of B. DeJardin who has been confined to his home for several weeks on account of rheumatism, are glad to see him out again, but sorry he has to use a crutch.
A. Nibler and Son, who have been making extensive improvements, they now have their warehouse and feed grinderin their own building and they have made the old Countu property look like a new place.
F.A. Mangold's sons who are in charge of the store during Mr. Mangold's absense, have been making some extensive improvements and we are in doubt as to whether the boss will recognize his place of business when he returns.
James E. Godfrey, a well known printer, and prominent democrat, who was connected with the State Printing office for a number of years, died Wednesday, at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland following an operation.
City Ordinance No. 102 reads: that it shall be unlawful for any boy or young man to hang around the Railroad Depot, or jump on the steps, or hang on the steps or sides of any car while standing on the track or running through the city of Gervais.
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Harris were Salem visitors Monday.
Mrs. Frank Wheeler and daughter of Wallowa are visiting friends in Brooks and McMinnville.
One of the Bales twins had quite a serious accident last Wednesday. The child fell upon the blade of a pocket knife and cut an ugly gash just above the heart. Dr. E.E. Fisher was called and the little one appears to be recovering.
Miss Hazel Hunt gave a party at her home on January 9th., in honor of her sister Ruth's 18th. birthday. The guests enjoyed the evening by playing progressive whist, Miss Guineth Isom and Willard Ramp took the prizes. After the prizes were awarded refreshments were served. An immence birthday cake bearing 18 candles, of which each guest enjoyed a large share, was the gift of the mother.
Whats For Sale, Etc;
20 hard working men desire positions in the county at reasonable wages. Address Portland Commons, 195 Burnside St., Portland, Oregon.
FOR SALE: 38.95 acres. 1 and 1/2 miles northwest of Brooks. House, barn, good well, young orchard, one acre and a half of loganberries, 3/4 acres timber. $3,200.00 buys this place if taken soon. Would sell feed in barn. Address, H.D. Mars, Gervais.
Clatsop Backs Bounty Bill.
Inauguration in State Capitol Simple but Impressive