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IIILLSBORO, OREGON. DECDABER 28, 1922.
SIXTY NtV; HOMES
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Mr mid Mr. J (,
Itri-lma, , ..r 1 1 , n ,
Mr ai Jr, I'
,tuntfd Coat of Their Con
itrtMlMMt U Around $150,000
TWO NEW BUSINESS BLOCKS
M"' Tempi's Nw School
Unit, and Two Churches Go Up
,, l.r ha I'i'l bltf ir In
nim building. Sltty frl,, in, ,
,tr Ih It luinphtril of art- lm
Uti.l. t ltlrtii '!! for the Jut,
ami r.litiiatr.l mi ra,'i i ...(
, , .true lurr i. ;'( Tin,
inn,". l",nl of rip, tub
luff fr li nloiir Ui ! IJO,
ouo r lHr. Man uf tin- n.
n.nt.itir have ct rnih a. Ii(i!t
, fii'iui, Imt i Millilite r dm i ii
Wit in ll"- 1000 -!.. Tin
,nmii r lioitir from .taiitliuntit (
rtpme j that uf Srltal.tr Hir
ill tlr i-.irnt r f Fourth ti'l Main
lull M it It Mir big I. ul!. luii.'
rarnpaltflt it git ill abotr, liou.i
tn at premium and iminii r
ill di III Slid.
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.(notion n -r ! , Fd. Si IiiiIiih r
ii h ftnt.lird il big il.iul.lr Im-. io .
..i. k, limit ii f ilntitilr, Willi ir '
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ltirn I l r si itliti Sri. Mil lr.ilv
mil truant. ittr oieiipli.t I In m
. m-r tin ir euitiptrtinit, I Firm,
( litittrii.rii m i upy unr of tln m
ml Ihi Hilt.lHiru Trmifrr and
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Ttir Ms.olilc Trttiplr, nn tin
(.riiirr linkUli-r property, rr
nrr ( Si mi.l and Lincoln, i. no
nilirr building f ir"iiiiin in i
tin. I. practically rnutpli tcl, r
rrpt I In- liiii.luiiK t.nu In ., Tli'
llr ti lllfilc, W III l tOlllpll ti ll, will
rrri riit an miliar of anywhiri
from $23,001) to ji),0otl.' It ii
f rout rrtr run. (ruction iml will
hair II I tit t o ftlii.il. It. .1 1 If of
art-tut. i lurr i. plea. tug ami in ml
In- irr til hr appreciated,
Allollirr building 1. thr new
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n . nit in i. i j
Mi. Vilum Wilki ., ilnii;litrr
f Mi.. Aim- Wilk. .. ,.f I'urtl i in I.
a. llilUl...rii . ;i. r tin lir.t of
T. ami U.iiml.l I nlanjiin, of
in I Mm Kin. arc .in iiiliiu id.
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linhrir, of , nt t r. m ,i,
II. II S Alumni! ll.m't fr
8t tlir nlunuil tnntiMi; st tin
('nijrt i: ttimi.it hurt It, Tlnir.ilitt
i iiiiii. Id i mi., r 'is,
h.niil ntul i. 1 lorrm-r l.r
lit an, of In .,w Si hull. , m ir i.
itor. t. HilKl.iir.i j r.ti nliiv, on
I. K il lui.uii' ...
NotiK t.i r.irnn r - Tl lit tli
amy f. i tl i l..jn r, t l'.i tlmny, h.'
Sunnily .Ifiiitj.iry il, will run tin
lint Suttir.l.iy of t a. h unit It tin
(I furtlur ii. .In.-. 4,1
Mr. nntl Mr.. ('. ti. Itnlrr r.'
turiinl Tn, ,lsy frmn Tillnliiiink,
ttlirrr tin y h lit (.'lirl.tiim with
fir, Biol Mr. A. K. I'aw, mri nl.
uf Mm, lUitrr.
U nnt I t buy a rutin-, itltt
smtiitil f.'00 II.., rt t.. S M ar. old.
II. M.nkii... H.II.Ih,V.i. tt. I.
II. i 13, iiinr I In- llrrtn.in Kniimi
M irriiijt" lirrn.r ai l.uril tin
tir.t of thr tk t.i (iin.. M. Ash
It V, of (iran.lt irw , Wn.li,, mill I'i
UBOR HAS HAD
BUSY YEAR I OCALLV
nl mm briiiff rmployrd the yrar
C. F. Mcl adthn in anotlur
in ii n ii ft turr r turning out I"-
ntiir lirninl ff ritrnru Iliit oritfr
CorvilrnM-r, Kunninj Every Day . krrjj him very busy.
of the Year, Ha Big Output
SPENDS MUCH MONEY HERE
What Other Institutions Are Do
ing in Way of Production
Tin ('..nurrifnti.nml ili!irt !i lm;,l,, Stn Ir, of M.Uui-r, Wa.li
riMii,i, arniind 7(MI0 in im
I'r.it, iii, i,t, and a nrw .,tr in. iil
for ll.r i.liliie at l ifth nn.l Main
I hi' Si htilinrrlrll hl.u k w of
luntilr n.aiitifaittirr.l In IlilUtnt
ro, ami thi, turant nyroll for tin
ity. Thr Cnnuri ifaliniial i hiin h
ha.nmiit wan nl.n huilt f thi.
(iortlon (latri and Mi.n Ilita Wil
liam. were united In innrrinijr t
Ihr Mrthmli.t I'.iii.itiiinl inr.Mi
nr in llill.ltoro, Ih-r. 83, ii22,
Krv. M. A. Marry nflirintiiiK. Thf
hridr U thr ilnuuhtrr of Mr. and
Mr. Jii,.r William. .f I'.a.l
HilUliorn, nnd thr Broom i. a mm
f Mr. and Mr. John W. Ontr.
of nir I.ryvill,
'n Loan -I'ivr or six liuiulrrd
iliillitr on '"! r ft ate sri'iir-
ily. Mimt lr lirit lit... Write
1131 Jrffiroii St., llill.li.iro,
Orrgoii. 42 4 i
Ftlw. A. Sillii. ami ('lira K.
Knircrr i r inarri.-tl Un1. 25.
Iii'2, nl tilt Immr of Mr. ami Mr..
i. L. I nr.on, of I'.-iit W ft.hiiit.iH
I.nrriirr 1 rtar-rt inmr up
from Itn.ihnrir thr ln-t of tin
n k to 't nd ('hri.tiiit' with hi.
(mrrlit., Mr. and Mrs. (i. . I tt
ll.nitor. at tliri nrw Hilvctin
hall, Saturday evrnlnif, Dfwtnbrr
(ioinl iminii' mid K1""' ,1,mr
K.trrvl.oilv t'onlially invllrd to
ntlrn'.l. fu krl., $1.00. 43
Be prepared for
cickaess or accident.
bank m f-wie
Some people go along putting off JljS
inR for the future or for trnforaeen trouble which may over
take them. Then cornea diaaiter. ,
We hope that everyone enjoy, them vea, bu J J
l.o be prepared for aickne.. or adversity J""
be done by having READY MONEY on hand for emergency
To have thi. ready money, come in and
in our bank and REGULARLY add to your balance from
We will welcome you.
LaIiot ha. luttl a tr-y Im.y yrar
in nnd around IIilKliorn. Thr
( 'arn ttnin ( o.' hi itiartrr of a
iiula.in dollar tnitl. n.rr ha hail
j Im.y y ar, r. ml il , t iiiiloyi t
Ii iul. r nn li.ili ,, mi rairr al.tiut
lU tin- yrar arntiiid. Thr Cnnm
ti.ni jji t roll, ninthly i-.timatrtl,
tit. into i rt i i 1 1 ton alone in
llilkliorn and .tirrotimliiit; arc
lion., for lil.or aloiir, all thr wav
from 1 10,000 1)50.000
I he (iluit ha. lH-rn n rrafin-j
from lux, 700 ra.r of milk
d uly - and thi. ronrrrii run rv
i rt day in thr vi nr.
Thr milk tiriha.r prolinlily
run into thr.-,- iu,irti r. of a mil
lion . r atiitiim, and it i. thmiKht
that thi. v ar' nun ha.ek will
IomIv ,rod $100,000 in txer.
f tin fi,'tiri-.
Ray-Maling Ship Applet
Tin- ll.iv .Mnlinif raiuirry i. thi.
rtk j. ttilijr a h 1 , 1 1 tint ii t of rail
in t afiir irady tn loatl for thr
ra.trrn Inivrr,. Workmen are
Irih, lino, an, 1 a hitr roii.iinmrnt
ill mou he limit r may.
Tin- nnni rv ha. hern an indus
trial fvtor rll rth while fur
Hdl.li.ir. . Thr payroll for lfS2
will kiioik a iniuhtv lii hole In
? 1 00.000. tn .ay nothing of thr
thtni.anti. .M tit for product of
thr ort Intnl. farm and lirrrv
Mr. Malinic nay that order
arr the Irn.t of In trouble, tliritr
l ij il I to gi t the on t put to
Id I tin m.
Mr. and Mr.. Malintf depart
nrt Ihur.tlay fur Atlalitir City
tti Hint with thr National Can-in-r'
Mill Company i Busy
Thr (i. II. P. I.umlirr Co., o n
rd nnd nperated hy (i, (iarthofiicr
iml 1U rt llrm.in, j one of thr
ulit nihil) nid. In HitKliorn in
the way of payroll. Thr mill ha
Ucn oprrated liraiticallv nil
year, and hi. affortlrtl rniploy-itit-itt
for alioiit 30 mrii. The pay
roll i. practically all expended in
llilKlnir.i, mid it will crowd $50,-
000 per year. The nrrnt bulk of
the money thu put into local cir
culation come, from out.ide, and
IMKhoro ipreeiate it. The mill
ha been under the name mannjre
tnent for a number of year, and
i nn institution in which the city
natiir.illv take pride
The mill loaded out several cars
for foreign shipment last week.
Order are plentiful ami the
company expect record run for
The year ju.t closing ha. been
a Bund one for the Hillsbnro
Sa.li, Door tt Pinning Mill, lo
rated at l'.nst Tenth, on Washing
ton. Me. sr.. Mcmke it I nasc
arc working twelve men the
irrenler part of the time and they
hntr orders nhend at the begin
nintr of the New Year that will
keep them going for some week
The mill ship a consulcrabl
percentage of it output a well
a supplying a good part of the
local .sales of sail), doors, cabinet
The firm has enriched Ilillsbo
ro bv payroll alone in the neigh
borhootl of eleven or twelve
thousand dollars for the year.
The It. I.. Tucker Duntile and
Cement Block plant has been
unite nn employer of labor thi
season nml next year will sec
touch larger output. Mr. Tucker
has had exceptional ease In Intro
during this new building material
and he has had much larger sale
than expected. The plnnt ha
been in operation right along
since Installation and now that
drvkilns nre established lie will
be able to fill orders with prompt
it ode. The payroll from this plnnt
is in itself a not small addition to
industrial money floating about
Another Industry that means
much to Ilillsboro is the Willow-
craft factory, first established by
John Boeker, nnd now under
lease to B. E. Robinson. This
manufactory of willow furniture
pays out a neat payroll every
month ami the sales of high-class
furniture bring money to the city.
The Gntcs Power Plant, which
turns out water pipe and aeees
sorles, is another concern that has
In all probability the law ad
mitting women to juror will be
cliangrj at the coming tcs.ion of
the Irgiiduture to put them on the
unit basis with the nirn. As the
law now ktand a woman may or
may not serve, ju.t as she elect,
ami this sometime mean that a
large -r cent f the jury panel
i nil, thu leaving it a duty to
ml out more summon. As it
o.t ju.t aa much mileage for a
juror wlio dor not nerve as it
or provided service is accented.
will be seen that unnercasarv
sprli.e i. involved, say those fa
oring a change in the law.
When in need o4 a monument
marker, or pouts, or cemetery
work of any nature, whether pur
based by yourself or thru the
Woodmen or any lodge, it will l
vour interest to consult Lewi-
5t Co., as they will give you a bet-
er value for your atoney than
anywhere else in fact they can
save you considerable on any pur-
iiase. 21 If
i II I mm"
in. ij. j s. ars, ol crnonia,
wa in town yesterday, enroute
home after a holiday trip to the
alley. Dr. Scar formerly prac-
ticrtl here, and has leen at Ver-
nonia two year. He says that
I surprised at the way Hill-
mrii ha developed the past few-
year. Ur. aear thinks V crnonia
is to be a city of several thousand
within the net three years and
ImliU that bv that time nconle
will begin taking hold of loggrd-
ff lands and transform them in
to orchard and farm proH-rtiea.
I have 81 acres, one mile north
f Laurel, on Ilillsboro road; 10
acres cleared; good house; fami-
orchard; two wells; creek.
Will sell cheap; part cash; time
on balance. Or will take house
nd lot as part payment. A. L.
'J re be, Windsor, Cal. 43
The heavy rains of Thursday
night and the action of the wind
on the snows in the coast ranee
prrcipii.ncu a nuie noou down
ale C ri ck by yesterday morn-
ng and 1 rcasurer happington
.ays old dales is on. a rampage
Other county streams' are also
swollen ami if. the warmth and
rains continue we shall probably
have the highest water for years.
l-ortunately the lower river is
pretty well cleaned of debris and
floods injure nothing.
For Sale 100 White Leghorn
pullets, March and April hatch,
Fancred strain, for fl.25 each;
also 40 yearling hens, same strain,
at 01 each. Sell all or part.
Mrs. Henry J. Helms, Ilillsboro,
R. 4. Virginia Place. Phone
967, Ilillsboro central. 42-44
Marriage license was Saturday
granted to Lawrence G. Taggart
and Miss Maxine G. Sykes. The
marriage will take place the last
of the week. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Tag
gart, of this city, and was in the
worltl war on one of the big U. S.
battle ships which was stationed
in the Braxilian sea-lane, guard
ing commerce and merchant ves
sels belonging to the allies. He
left the service as gunner's mate
Miss Sykes is a Roscburg girl.
Apple Sale Now On Two
boxes for $1.85. Cheapest way
to buy apples is to bring your own
box or sack and buy them In bulk
from the growers, at the Wash
ington County Apple House, Sec-
Oswald's Serena ders to FunuaJs
Musk at Auditorium Dance
HERALDED BEST IN STATE
Every Member of Organization is
a Student at O. A. U
Oswald's Seven Serenaders, the
famous orchestra, at the Oregon
Agricultural College, will furnish
the music at the last regular
dance of the season Saturday
evening, December 80 at Shute
Oswald's Seven Serenaders
were so called because of the fact
that when the best musicians of
the college were assembled by
Mr. Glen Oswald to furnish the
music for his dances, which have
become essential to an enjoyable
four years at college in the opin
ions of the students, the perform
ers numbered seven. Mr. Oswald
has been a dancing instructor for
many years and thru his able
management has produced an or
chestra which is the pride of Cor
vallis and every student at the
This orchestra plays for all of
the large O. A. C. dances in and
out of Portland during vacations,
and for the big social events dur
ing the college year. They play
ed at the Multnomah hotel, in
Portland, last night, at which the
students entertained prospective
students and "old pals."
"If the Serenaders arc going to
be at Ilillsboro, I will be at the
dance," is the remark of all who
have heard them. Even students
from the University of Oregon
compliment O. A. C. on her dance
orchestra, if on nothing else.
Every member of the orchestra
is a student at the college and is
working his way thru to a higher
education, like hundreds of oth
ers at O. A. C.
Nine pieces are in the orches
tra, which is composed of piano,
drums, bass, trombone, saxo
phones and banjoes. The dance
melody produced is said to be so
good that no one can resist the
temptation to dance, and when
they play the "Railroad Blues
all from six to ninety years will
be on their feet, it is claimed.
"Dick" Lyons, on the piano
Dwight Johnson, on the drums,
and "Joe" Pardee, on the saxo
phone, three of the original mem
bers of the orchestra, can, it is
claimed, make their instruments
"EAST IS WEST
The Liberty will show "East is
West" next Sunday, Monday and
1 uesday, in which Constance Tal
madge stars and has been earning
laurels that place her with the
best dramatic interpreters of the
day. In East is West Connie
bids fair to outclass her sister,
oml St., Ilillsboro.
Constance Talmadge as "Ming"
a payroll value to the city, .ever- Bearerton, B. S.
Judge Bingham, of Salem, has
been assigned by the Supreme
Court to hear the evidence in the
Baglcy will case, and started tak
ing evidence and hearing law
points yesterday. A certificate of
prejudice was filed against Judge
Belt, who had already heard the
ease and the associate judge of
the higher court thereupon made
a new appointment.
Dr. Darland, Chiropractic and
Naturopathic Physician, over the
Weil Dept. Store. Hours, 12:80
to 5:30 p. m. Evenings by ap
pointment. Phone, 2581. Twelfth
year of practice in Oregon. 48
Thos. A. Wood and Catherine
Wood, giving their " address as
from Yamhill, were united in mar
riage by Judge J. W. Goodin, De
cember 25, 1922, The groom is
a irrandson of the late T. A
Wood, an Indian War veteran of
Oregon service, and the bride for
merly lived in East Washington
For Sale Legally inspected
121 Ettcrberg strawberry plants)
fine canning ; choice of canneries
fine plants; $2 per M. in soil' $4
f . o. b. at HeedfUle. -V. V. Perry,
Norma Talmadge, and Constance
shows the world that her concep
tion of drama is as good as that
of the best.
This photoplay has all the tang
of the East with the dash of the
West, and millions have laughed
and thrilled to the situations.
The film has the situation, of
intensity in drama and a fine
sprinkling of comedy.
As "Ming Toy " Miss Tal
madge has outdone herself. As
the Chinese girl buffetted by the
waves of misfortune, the story
starts when she is to be auctioned
as a slave. She makes her escape
and from then on the story en
thralls the movie fan. lou will
miss what is moving many if you
miss Miss Talmadge as "Ming
EYESTRAIN A THIEF
C. B. BUCHANAN & GO.
Grain Feed, Flour
Hay and Potatoes
Beaver Brand Seeds
Telephone: 511 and 11
BraiKhet-Cornelitu, North Plains, lldSjmmwE
INSPIRED by the warmest spirit of appreciation for
the splendid patronage of our store, by the people of
HilUboro and aurrounding territory, Tho Anderson
Jewelry Store extends its' heartiest wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
J. L ANDERSON,
1147 Second Street
"LET ANDY FIX YOUR WATCH
Be on hand Saturday evening when
we give away the diamond ring.
FOREST GROVE NATIONAL
FOREST GROVE, OE.
STATEKsrr of cessment
AT CALL OP COKmOLUO, tXFTUCSXX tt,
tWMOlJt Capital 1 OUCXP
uia-M ftupias n wurnn
1IVIMJ0 Pretts MT4JS
Batata UI4VM Oredattsa tVTtn
Tka Ra!l of Hoaor LV
3 and 4
latarest Paid oa
Directors J. A. Thornborgh, John X. BeCay, W. W. llel
dowaey, B. F. Eariinghaaa and 8. 0. Caghee
It will rob you of the most prec
ious gift you havtj next to life
the sense of sight, in part at least,
When nature calls for aid to stop
the thief, heed the call and save
your eyes with perfect fitting
Consult Dr. Lusader at the An
derson Jewelry Store, every Sat
WATCH REPAIRING, C7TICAL V.'
SILVdWAKZ, CUT CLAgy