Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19??, August 19, 1915, Image 4

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    BEAVERTOII TIMES
A. J. HICKS, Prop.
Beaverton, Oregon.
Published every Tiiursday.
Entered as Second Class mail
siatter, under the Act of March
-3, 1879. At the Post Office, in
Beaverton, Oregon. July 20, 1912
Subscription $ 1.00 Per Year.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Display ads, 75c an inoh per
month; readerBlOc per line for 1st
insertion, 5c per line for all sub
sequent insertions.
Thursday, Aug. 19, 1915
Very little ha3 yet been done
towards Beaverton's proposed
street fair this fall. It has been
suggested that some time daring
September would be the better
time to hold the fair. But as
yet there is practically nothing
in hand towards organization to
. gret the matter under way and
the first proposed date will nec
essarily have to bi postponed.
We have learned that the Beav
erton Grange has appointed a
committee to solicit and prepare
an exhibit far the county fair,
' and the grange expects to have
a larger and better display of
agricultural products than it had
last year at the county i fair at
Forest Grore, and you are all
familiar with its prize winning
success then. The idea art first
was to hold the local fair just
ahead of the county fair and se
cure the grange exhibit for our
street enterprise. In that case
our fair cannot be postponed to
a later date than the first days
of -October.
Oregon school funds by letting
the achool lands get away from
the state for a little or nothing.
For the sake of the poor, home
less and landless let us have a
new deal in disposing of these
lands, one not originated with
the elements that have wasted
our school land in the Dast.
Col E. Hofer at Waldport. ,
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE
No. 35.
12-acre tract, 5 miies from Beav
erton on Cornell road. 6 acres
in cultivation . and .6 acres in
pasture, small " house, large
barn and chicken house, 4-year
old orchard and berries. Price
including 2 cows and 3 calves,
50 chickens and farm imple
ments $4000. The' Times.
No. 30.
5 acre tract, all in cultivation,
good 5-room house, good barn,
t, 65 apple trees, also berries,
good drainage, 1-2 mile from
Beaverton postoffice, good welly
, furniture, teols and 11 cords of
: Wood, all for $4500. Address
The Times.
No. 32.
30-acre tract, half mile from
; railroad station, 18 acres in
' cultivation,. 6 or 8 acres fn tim
ber, good pasture, 5 room
houre, 2 large barns, good or
chard, running watcy. good
well, terms. Price $275 per
acre. The Times
BEAVERTON
A, F. AND A.M.
gS Regular commun
ication, first and
third Tuesdays CADY HALL
8-00 P.M. Visitors welcome.
C. E. Hedge, W. M.
, Cuy Alexander. Secty.' .
s.d.a:churgh
Regular preaching services no
the first Sabbath of each month
at 11 a. m..
Sabbath school every Sabbath
at 10:30 a. m. ".: ': '.
Eld. R. . Benham Pastor
Suit has been brought in Jose
y phine county, through the dis
trict attorney, to oust E. J. Lind
county commissioner, because of
the fact that he is also serving
as county roadmaster. The con
tention is that he cannot hold
two offices at the same time. As
roadmaster Mr. Lind receives
ihe same per: diem $3 to $5 as
he does as commissioner for each
day of actual work performed by
himself. The case will be
watched with interest by several
other Oregon counties that are
doing likewise. .
The politicians are still dis
cussing what to do with the O.
& C. land grant. They are all
very generous in turning the
surplus funds, after paying the
railroad company $2.50 an acre,
Into the school fund, benefitting
the school fund being always a 1
popular proposition. But i'tj
should be remembered that these
same politicians squandered the J
No. 34., ; !
35-acre tract adjoining S. P. car I
shops, Beaverton,! iust outside
city limits, 5 room house, large
barn, chicken and hog houses, 3 !
wells, 24 acres in cultivation,
balance brush land, family orch
ard, all fenced. Price $400 per
acre, terms, to suit. Three
horses and harnes;" and farm
implements included' with this
tract. . 1
8-acres all in cultivation near S.
P. car shops in city limits. Price.
$550 per acre, terms to suit, 6
per cent interest. Apply to
The Times.
PROVIDE
TIP-TOP BREAD
For the Family. They're Worth it
For Sale at: BEAVERTON HOME BAKERY
Made hj im mm baking oo.
No. 3i:
40-acre tract,, air in cultivation
except 21-2 acres, : ! acre in
vineyard, small barn, 4 miles
north of Beaverton,, price $200 1
per acre will sell- in 10-acre
tracts. -
47-acre tract, 7 room house, large
barn, prune drier. 1000 prune
trees, other out buildings,
orchard of 100 trees of apples,
pears, peaches, cherries, plums
etc. Price $225 per acre.
The Times
.Beaverton Livery Stable
Where good teams, rigs harness
and courteous treatment are kept
Harness for sale. Horses fed by
the day, week or month.
No. 38
10-acre tract, 3-4 mile Beaver
ton, 1 1-2 acre onion land, 7-room
house, goon family orchard and
berries, price reasonable.
The Times.
SCHOLLS TELEPHONE CO.
Owned by farmers and busicess men for the
convenience of. its patrons and not for profit,
Free service extend all over Washington county
and to Newberg in Yamhlil county.
Makes connections with the Bell System
and the Home Telephone Co. at Portland(
Home Office, Scholls, Ore.
J. W. RAYNARD" Secretary.
Real Estate
LOANS
FIRE and AUTOMOBILE
INSURANCE
Stroud & Co.
BEAVERTON, OREGON
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LAND
CONTRACTS, FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES BOUGHT
'BeavertoD-Barber Shop
Charles Jones,; Prop.
HAIRCUTTJNG,
SHAMPOOING
SHAVING
BATHS
LAUNDRY LEAVES WEDNESDAY MORNING
RETURNS SATURDAY MORNING.
IPHONE 37.
W.E.PEGG
Undertaker and FuneralDirector
, Stock Always on Hand
BEAVERTON . OREGON
The Thomas Confectionery
A Pleasant Place to Pass a Pleasant Hour
Everything in Confectionery Goods,. Tobaccos, Cigars
and Reading. Beaverton, Oregon
A BEAVERTON PLUMBING CO.
W PLUMBING and HEATING.' V :
I ELMER STIPE, Mgr. . i
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