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About Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1915)
A. J. HICKS, Prop.
' Beaverton, Oregon.
Published every Thursday. ,
Entered as Second Class mail
matter, under the Act of March
3, 1S79. At the Post Office, in
Beaverton, Oregon. July 20, 1912
Subscription $ 1.00 Per Year.,
ADVERTISING RATES. .
Display ads. 75c an inch per
meata ; resderslOe per line for 1st
in!5rticn,5c per line for all sub
fall this district voted dowp a
proposed spocial tax and was
therefore left without funds for
the work. Now if these roads
are repaired it will be necessary
for the people of the distnet to
vote a special road tax of about
7 to la mills. Will they do it?
The matter will be brought up
soon for tieir tlecision.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
Thursday, Sept. 2, 1915
With the unusually large crop
yield in the Beaverton section
business ought to liven up very
perceptibly this fall. Crops of
all kinds were never better, this
with the fair prices assured,
should make our town a very
busy place during the remainder
of the year at least. The move
ment in the real estate branch
of business is tending upward
with a prospect of something
doing in that line this fall and
winter. Of course, no on ex
pects a general revival of busi
ness on any extesive scale during
these unsettled times, but to say
: there is reason to look forward
to a betterment of the conditions
locally the next few months
is not exagerating the situation
here. Beaverton being so fortu
nately situated in such a splen
did agricultural section will be
one of the first to note better
ment of conditions.
12-acre tract, 5 miles 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 54000. . The-Times.
5 acre tract, all in cultivation,
good 5-roem house, (rood barn,
65 apple trees, also berries,
good drainage, 1-2 mile from
Beaverton postoffice, good well,
furniture, teols and 11 cords of
Wood, all for $4500. Address
30-acre tract, half mile from
railroad station, 18 acres in
cultivation, 6 or 8 acres in tim
ber, good pasture, 5 room
houre, 2 large barns, good or
chard, running water, good
well, terras. Price $275 per
acre. The Times
LODGE NO. 100
WMJM A. F. AND A.M.
fcsMpfc Regular commua-i.-
ication first and '
third Tuesdays . CADY HALL
8-00 P.M. Visitors welcome.
C. E. Hedge, W. M.
Cuy Alexander. Secty. ;
S. D. A. CHURCH
Regular preaching services ne
the first Sabbath of -each month
at 11 a. m.
Sabbath school every Sabbath
at 10:39 a. m.
Eld. E. D. Benham Pastor
It stems that Germany has
entirely abandoned her former
submarine policy or rather has
changed it to conform to the
rules of international law and
expresses a willingness to make
j-eparation f or the Arabic inci
dent, which Germany claims was
in violation of late instructions
given to submarine commanders,
and which instructions have been
given Bince the incident of the
sinking of the Lusitania. This
would indicate that trouble brew
ing between the United States
and Germany for some months
past, will soon be adjusted ami-eab'y.
No. 34. . ' .. ,
35-acre tract adjoining S. P. car '
shops, Beaverton, just outside!
city limits, 5 room house, large i
barn, chicken and hog houses, 3 ;
wells, 24 acres in cultivation, j
balance brush land, family orch- j
ard, all fenced. Price $400 per t
acre, terras to suit, ihree
horses and harness and farm I
implements included with this
8-acres all in cultivation near S.
P. car shops in city limits. Price !
$550 per acre, terms lo suit, 6
per cent interest. Apply to
PROVIDE ,N ,
For the Family. They're Worth it.
For Sale at: BEAVERTON HOME BAKERY
Made by LOS CABIN BAKING GO. ;
40-acre tract, all in cultivation
except 2 1-2 acres, 1 acre m
vineyard, small barn, 4 miles
north of Beaverton, price $200
per acre, will sell in 10-acre
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.
Beaverton , Li very Stable
Where good teams, rigs, harness
and courteous treatment are kept
Harness' for sale. Horses fed by
the day, week or month.
The Chamber of Commerce
met Saturday evening to again
take up the matter of good roads
in Beaverton. The rainy season
will soon be here again, and the
Progress road in the southern
part of town, alio the road lead
ing, north from the mill need
rocking to put them in condition !
for the winter travel. A special
road tax will be necessary to
make the improvement. Lat
10-acre tract, 3-4 mile Beaver
ton, 1 1-2 acre onion land, 7-roora
house, goon family orchard and
berries, price reasonable.
SCHOLLS TELEPHONE CO.
Owned by farmers and busicess men for the
convenience of its patrons and not for profit.
Free service extends 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. RAYNAUD, Secretary.
FIEE and AUTOMOBILE
Stroud & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LAND
COKTMCTS, FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES BOUGHT
eavericn Barber Shop
Charles Jones, Prop.
LAUNDRY LEAVES WEDNESDAY MORNING
RETURNS SATURDAY MORNING.
The Thomas Confectionery
A Pleasant Place to Pas a Pleasant Hour
Everything in Confectionery Goods, Tobaccoi, Cigars
W. E. PEGG
Undertaker and FuneralDirectoii
Stock Always on Hand
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