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About Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1915)
KaySave Greg B2&f.
hit reported from San Fran
eiseh that, if Gfe M. Hvland
tan accomplish it.- the Oresoa
buHdwig will be preserved along
with the Fwifc Arts palace, ana
the dose el the Horticultural
breached to exposition officials
and it is- said that President
Moore and Commissioner R. B
Hale have given the idea their
hearty endorsement Mr. Hy
land ancb the Oregon commission
are doing all that i possible to
bring about this- greatly-to-be-desired
disposition of the Oregon
structure.. This bui'ding. is on
Presidio, or government ground,
and if thr government will make
certain concessions the Oregon
Parthenon will stand for many
years as a magnificent adver
tisement of Oregon resources.
While the structure contains a
vast quantity of marketable lum
ber it is said the salvage would
baiigno more than the cost of
removing the structure, so there I
is added" reason for leaving the
'building stand as it is. It is a
tremendously substantial build
ing, could be made to serve
splendid puEposa for many year
to comerand would prove an ex
position land mark that thous
ands would find pleasure in
aonal property against real prop
erty . . and said tax shall be
a hen on said real property, and
shall be enforced in the same
manner as other real estate tax
liens. . . -
The above statement is. in ac
cordance with Chapter 283, Laws
of 1915, and Sections 3682. 3683
and 3687, Chapter 184, Laws of
i. E. 1EEVES, Sheriff, .
By J. C. APPLEG ATE,, Deputy.
EAST ... GOING --- WEST
No. 30 6-63 A.M. No. 31 7-32 A
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34 8-51 3511-02
86 10-18 371-42PM
38 1-03 P.M. 39 4-07
40 4-18 416-02
4 6-09 4B6-5r
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46 10-17 47 12-02AM
O. L. THOMPSON. Asaat,
Ashland capitalists have jn-
eorporated to build a smelter.
Notice to Taxpayen
You are' hereby notified that
second half payment of your tax
will be due, on or before Seitem-
ber 30. 1916.- Beginning October
lv 1915,-said tax will become de
linquent, and a penalty of 10 per
cent and interest at the rate of
12 per cent per annual will be
added until paid.
Where no part of the tax has
been paid, a penalty of 1 per cent
per month for each calendar
month,, or fraction thereof cumu
lates duBing the period, beeia
ning April V 1915 and ending
August 31, 1915 Dn September
19L5 a penalty of 10 per cent-replaces-
the cumulative penalty
heretofore charged, and further
interest at the rate of It per cent
per annum froav September 1,
On or as soon as practicable af
ter October 5?. W15r the tax col
lector shall proceed to collect all
taxes upon personal- property,
which; shall not have been paid
before said October 5. 1915, to
gether with penalty and interest,,
and shall levy on and tak-e- said
personal property into his, pos
session, or so much? thereof as to
satisfy said tax, and sell rhe
same at public auction . . or
he may charge the tax on per-
Shave : ; ; - -' isc
Bath ... - . . 25c
First door west of. Drug store
Beaverton, - - Ore.
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Tuition '.. Dormitories for aion and tor
wumon. EayaaaN Law.nl,
Writ tor froo MMInit.adilreailni KhUItht
UNIVERSITY OF OREOOH
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
every Sunday. Christian ' En
deavor at 6:30 sharp. Preaching
second and fourth Sundays of
Rev. Upsher Pastor.
E L. Perkins
Notary Public; Colletions,
Loans, Etc. t
Room I Commercial Building
INS. CO. of NORTH AMERICA
Makes a Specialty of Country
Riaks. The Times Office,
M. E. Church
Sunday school at 10 a.- m.
Preaching -, - Every Sunday
morning and evening.
Rev. Robert Brymer Pastor.
GEO. F. A. WALKER, O. D.
Optometrist and Optician
Glasses fitted; lenses duplicated
; 701i-2 Morgan Building
. Whshington at Broadway
Phone Main 310 Portland
Beaverttm P. of H. meets at
Grange Hall the second Saturday
of each month.
A. W. Pike Mastef
Wra. W.H.Boyd Secretary. ;
(THE RANCHER FINDS THE VOQ 0UP9.S O K. ON CONUNDRUM )
dUDaE,WHISALOT OF FELLERS
f WHO USE ORDINARY TOBACCO
LIKE THAT BULL VEARLIN
BECAUSE THEyHe ALWAYS I
1 BECAUSE THEvHe ALWAYS 1
JOS, A. LAGEnFELD
General Law Practice
Office with J. Stroud & Son
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Hours 8 to 10 a. m.
PORTLAND, - - OREGON
631 Chamber of Commerce
Mailt 137 A 1870
Office In Cady Building
Beaverton,- Oregon '
DR. PAUL M; E. CAR3TENS
Physician and Surgeon. '
District Surgeon S. P. & P. E.
SAYS the man, who's learned
how good rich tobacco
"Tie your bull on the outside
and come on in where the good tobacco
is. You've been wasting your oppor
tunity with unnecessary grinding and
spitting; rest your jaws and content
your soul with a little nibble of the
Real Tobacco Chew."
. A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco seosone J
and sweetened just enough cuts out so much of th
grinding and spitting. "
ASK YOUf DEALER FOI?VV-B CUT
CHEWING TOBACCO.IT IS THE NEW
'REAL TOBACCO CHEW-CUT LONG $HgE&
- Teks lest than one-quarter the old size oliew. It
will be more satisfying than a mouthful of ordinary
tdbacco. Just take a nibble of it until yon find ths
strength chew that suits you, then see how easily and
evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies.
bow much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to be tobeeoo
satisfied. That's why it it Thi RealTobacct Cktw. That's why it ooett
less in the end.
The taste of pure, rich tobeeoo does not need to be covered up. AV
zoesa of lioorioe and sweetening makes you spit too much.
One small chew takes the place of two big '
chews of the old kind. A
UNoUe bow Ihe Mlt brings '
oat the rich lobaeeo taste.)
ITITMAK.E2UT0M C0KPANT, SO Union Soire, New York Qr