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About Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1915)
Ed. Fuller returned Saturday
from a visit to Castle Rock, W ash.
Lou B. Allen has purchased
the interest of his partner. 0. B.
Meeting of Board of Equalization
To Taxpayers of Washington
county, Oregon : Notice is here
by given that the board of tqual-
ixation of Washington county,
Oregon, will meet on Monday,
n a -i in imc - i. a - i
navlrtsnn in tho P.itv M.t. mar- OePWinoer 10, isio, at u.c iuui U
j,et - house in Hillsboro, in Washmg-
t m r j v II f !ton county, that being" the sec-
u 7 Y , I , !Pad Monday in September, and
two or three days here last week,
the time and place provided by
s " """"""ilaw, to publicly examine the as-
wire8, Cessment rolls oc said county for
Mrs. J. a Kamberger and her lthe year 1Q5- and correet aU er.
mother of Forest Grove. Mrs. j rors in valuation and description
George Thyng and sister, and ; or quantities of land, lots or oth
others, from Beaverton, are at;er properties, and it is the duty
the Bagley hopyard, of all persons interested to ap-
r Bert Hocken has just secured ; peaiv at the time appointed, and
contract for the construction of if it shall appear to-said board of
two nsodera residence buildings j equalization that there are any
m Portland. He started work on ; lands, lots or other property as.
them last Thursday
sessed twice, or in the name of a
Oscar Johnson, while in town j Pf03 or Ptihe owner
toe- of,,.j . : oi me same, orasuessea unaeror
la,t baturaay, attending to some i,j ' i
, . ' ' . : beyond its value, or any lots,
business, matters, gave the Times ( lands or other properties not as
office a friendly call, and ordered j sessed, said board of equalization
the paper for a yeF.- shall roakethe proper correction.
The Oregonian published in its , . MA,X RANDALL, j
Ads. inserted in
limes Bring Results
If have for sale a pig, cow, wood,,
farm products of any kind try The
Times; It will bring you a buyer.
cut of Beaverton high school i
building, together with a,descrip
tion and the cost of the structure.
The stores and offices -in Beav
erton observed Labor Day by
closing Monday. There was talk
sf a picnic in Hocken grove, but
for some reason it was not given.
Mr. and Mn. A,. B, Byrd and
baby Eva of Blalocks are visiting
Mrs. Byrd 'a sister, Mrs. L. B.
Allen, lefert leaving for an ex
tended visit to their old homes
13 Michigan and Kentucky.
The ball game on the Beaver
ton grounds kst Sunday, be
tween the Piedmont , Artisans
and the Beavers, was a very in
teresting game. The score was 5
M 4 in favor of the Artisans-
Hans Eleandcr, a prosperous
farmer out on Route one, was a
business visitor in Beaverton last
Saturday, and gave the Times a
friendly call. Mr. Eleander re
torts good crops in his section
and harvest about finished.
The Times is ju.st in reeeipt of
a postcard from Mrs. A. IL Spra-,
ner and her daughter, Violette,
at Chicago. , The eard shows a
scene in South Chioago, their old
home. Mrs. Spraner sends best
regards to all Beaverton friends.
The bids for Beaverto'i high
school building were apened by
the board of directors yesterday
evening at a meeting , of the
board held in the public school,
but the meeting came too late
for report in this issue of tha
Mr. and Mrs. Cox visited the
Clarke county fair at Vancouver,
Monday. They report a very
good fair and mammoth crowd
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