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About Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1915)
VOL.111. .NO.. 23.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, .1915.
Meeting of, Board. of Equalization
.To Taxpayers of Washington
county, Oregon : Notice is here
!by given that the board of equal
'ixation of Washington county,
Oregon, will meet on Monday,
September 13, 1915, -at the Court
house in Hillsboro, in Washing
ton county, that being the sec
ond Monday in September, and
iths time and place provided by
ilavf, to publicly examine the as
Miiment roils of said county for
the year 1915. and correct all er
rors in valuation and description
.or quantities of land, lots or oth
er properties, and it'is the duty
.of all persons interested to ap
,pear at the time appointed, md
.if it shall appear to said board of
.equalization that there are any
Hands, lots or other property as
sessed twice, or in the name of a
person or persons, not the owner
of the same, or assessed under or
beyond .its value, or any lota,
lands or other properties not as
sessed, aaid board of equalization
shall make the proper correction.
. MAX C RANDALL, .
Assessor for Washington county,
Hundreds of lore's Jof
which ware out lastwinter on
the Kelly tract, two and a hatf
miles west, of J3eavrton, by the
city of Portland, to giva employ
ment to the needy unemployed
of the. city,, was .burned, on ,th
$1.00 Per Year
- - ground, where ; it was out the
;The Carshop 'ball team hare past we. j . v .
laim,n injustice in the report j There were , prjginilUy aDOVlt
to the Portland papers, regara-,80W)-cordp . but there bad been'!
ing the score toiade with the removed prohably half of it to'
.t ii i i . .i.ni " ,l
orooKiyn snopieam ai oa.eiii i.at ; the cityt t,he remaining portion
v. ana it wasmaae toreaain in day ard gaturday
oig flames to reaa u-wa, m The wooJ should! have been
" A, break the water pipe in
Dr. ifcu's office in the Cady
building -eof ly yesterday' morn
ing oaused several occupant Of
the building to lose an hour's
early morning snooze. There was
little damage done more in the
Cady & tegg grocery. store into
which the water Itaked through
the plastered ceiling, but as the
water ran through more in tha
center of tha room little damage
was done. In Hetu'a office the
water want through the opening! '
The actual score was 7 to,bei fcirnedJastlhurflday, Fri-rma.de m lJe !L f P'PeS'
it wasmade thread in tha 1 AovA Sawn !'and use4.only alight inconven-
vor of Brooklyn. , ,nvwl nn&. ar u.,t it KftmaH Following th- extended, dry
M.JE. Sunday school Septem- Portland was unable to sell." gwJ and warm spelUhe light showers
Tr 5. f;Elijah and the Prophets . in to 4h fact that the : cityare i rao.st heartily .welcomed.
of Baal." 1 Kings xvn : M-M. dealers, cut the price, a half dol
Very interesting; everybody in-nar under what Portland asked
for this wood. A short time ago
the city decided to meet the priw
of the dealers, but it yet had on
hand the bulk of its wood, part
of which was piled up in the city.
Harvesting is now -well done, and
therein will help very materially
the Jate crop of vegetables and
late potatoes. Of course, hop
picking is just now beginning,
but rain is always expected with
the commencement of that har-
Just recently; .however, Portland ve8t'
I sold what it had leftcn the Kelly ' -Last week Pete Vandahay tell
j place, about 4000 cords, to a deal.
er, who .. is reported to Have had
the wood'well insured. , .
We may have some
thing interesting to say
i Attention, , Comrades
The Washington Coilnty Veter
an association will assemble in
,the.K. of P.. hall in. Forest Grove,
Ore., Thursday, October 7, 1915,
at 10 a. m.. for .business.
.Memorial pervicesfor. our .idead'
'r at 11 a. m.:: ,;
Dinner at 12 o'clock noon.
! Best speakers engaged. Sing-
ers have.;bpen induced to aban
don other engagements. ior this,
j Children ;.are . being ..drilled
, me occasion
the Times lhat, he went out to
John Vanderzander wheat farm
near Buxton, wharo C. Herbs
machine .was threshing about
,4000 bushels .'per day, uaing tha
wing feeder. The average yield
per are is. about 40 bushels,
which the, average throughout
Washington county this season.
Dr., R. I. Allen, who has bean
located in Beaverton the past
few months, lsft last Saturday
for his old home in Oklahoma,
where he will locate permanent
ly. The doctor made many frienda
while here, who regretted to see
for see him go. ..He will take in the
' J exposition at vSan Francisco, en-
Come to our store and
get Lemons at 10 cts. a
We are, building up the best ! rout horoe
Mj program ever introduced by this
D I association '
! By order of the President
I Prof. C. W.
i from Hillsboro
Burtt was down
pleting arrangements for the
opewBg-of the Beaverton public
i school on Monday, September 20.
A social dance is hilled for Sat
urday night in Morse hall. Clif
ford's orchestra of Portland .will
furnish the muaic.
; he .Pendleton Round-up will
be taken toSan Francisco, where
it will exhibit October 13 to 17. "
.. F W. Cady made a business
trip to Portland yesterday..,
The Beaverton 1 Chamber Of
Commerce held a short session
last Saturday evening, to discuss
the proposition of repairing roada
in the' Beaverton district, Tha
committee of streets and high
ways was instructed to work
wjjth Supervisor Dessingtr, look
ing to the improvements af tha
roads of thia district. '
The Times has several calls
from responsible parties, who
want to rent tracts from 5 seres
up to farms. Parties having
acreage or farms for reat, are in
vited to list same at this office
now over Bank .of Beaverton,;
LCady building. ' Ji