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About Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1915)
A. J. HICKS, Prop.
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Thursday, Oct. 7, 1915
The Beaverton Chamber of
Commerce i preparing for an
other of its rousing get-to-gether
meetings, to be held on Thursday
evening, October 14. The cham
ber realizes that if its efforts are
effective it must have the co
operation of all the people of
' Beaverton. and to unite and
and consolidate a sentiment fav
orable to the betterment and
progress of our town, is the
purpose it is endeavoring to ac
complish. Sentiment is a dispo
sition prompting action or ex
pression, and the olub wants
action. Sentiment does more
than that it urges it forces
action. An appeal to it is a cry
t the highest emotion. Through
sentiment families are brought
together, towns are builded up,
nations welded in an indissolu
ble bond and entire strangers
are knit into an endearing frind
Bhip. It is only when we depart
from true sentiment into the
reiJms of the sentimental that
we go back. The Chamber cf
Commerce wants a bigger, bet
ter town it wants progress, and
it believes all Beaverton citizens
want the same thing, then why
not get together in common and
work together? The results will
be surprising. Come out and
spend a pleasant evening.
It is proposed by the Interna
tional Congress for Thrift that
the president and governors of
the states designate a day, the
Sunday before Labor Day, as
Thrift Day. The idea is a good
one, and the labor arganizations
f the country are supporting it.
The constant application of thrift
will make the worjd a better
place to live in. There will be
fewer inmates of charitable in
stitutions, fewer applications for
alms, lesa poverty and more
fcappines3. It is proposed to es
tablish state as well as national
headquarters for the association,
and an active campaign under
taken for educating the easy
iuig and thoughtless. The
world belongs to the thrifty man.
We all realize that no talent, ho
circumstance, no opportunity
will make amah a success in life
without the virtue' of thrift,
hence the movement for a na
tional Thrift Day is receiving
10-acre tract, 3-4 mile Beaver
ton, 1 1-2 acre onion land, 7-room
house, goon family orchard and
berries, price reasonable.
35-acre tract adjoining S. P. car
shops, Beaverton, just 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 harness and farm
implements included with this
8-acres all in cultivation near S.
P. car shops in city limits. Price
$550 per acre, twms to suit, 6
per cent interest Apply to
No. 101 7:52 am Eugene elec
107 9:?1 am McMin elec
141 s.ki0 (via Cutoff
-l tV-i. Mill
111 11:37 am elec
113 2:52 pm elec ,
103 4:07 pm Will'na elec
115 6:17 pm
105 6:49 pm McMin elec
117 8:37 pm
109 11:52 pm
120 6:20 am
112 7:12 am .
106 8:05 am elec
104 10:29 am elec
114 1:11 pm
108 2:36 pm elec
116 4:35 pm
142 4:56 pm from Tilla
mook steam, Cutoff
102 5:17 pm
110 7:05 pm
ALL TRAINS electric, via 4th
street line, except No. 141 and
and No. 142.
S. W. McIlvaine, Agent
5 acre tract, all in cultivation,
good 5-room house, goodarn,
65 apple, trees, also jerries,
good drainage, 1-2 mile from
Beaverton postoffice, good well,
furniture, teole and 11 cords of
Wood, all for $4500. Address
No. 32, -
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 Urge barns, good or
chard, running watc, gcod
well, terms. Price $275 per
acre. The Times
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X ' . f A. F..AND A. If.
ication first and
third Tuesday GAD Y' HALL
8-00 P.M. Visitors welcome.
C. E. Hedge,..W. IT.
Cuy Alexander, fieety.
S. 0. A. CHURCH
Regular preaobing services ne
the first- Saibbath of each month
at 11 a. i.
Sabbath school every SabfcatJa
atl0:S0,a. rn. .
Eld. R. D. Benhai Paster
For the Family. They're Worth it.
For Sale at: BEAVERTON HOME BAKERY
Made by LOG CABIN BAKING SO.
Beavertoif Livery' Stable
Where good teams, rigs, harness
and courteous treatment are kept
Harness for sale. Horses fed fay
the day; week or month.
SCHOLLS TELEPHONE CO.
Owned by farmers and business 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, Scholia, Ore.'
3. W. RAYNARD, SmiMrjTJ
FI1E and AUTOMOBILE
S Stroud & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LAND
CONTRACTS, FISST MO SECOND HOITUOES BOUGHT
Charles Jones) Prop.
LAUNDRY LEAVES WEDNESDAY MOfeNING
RETURNS SATURDAY -MORNING",.
The Thomas Confectionery
A Pleasant Place to Pass a Pleasant Hour
Everything in Confectionery Goods, Tobaccos, Cigars
and Reading. Beaverton, Oregon
BEAVERTON PLUMBING CO.
PLUMBING and HEATING. V
ELMER STIPE, Mgr.
Let us figure with you on your work. eJ