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Horace Emmons lia been on the sick
Iftt for the past few days,
The carpenters are making Lhe dust fly
iteide the new high school building. "
Read advertisements in The Times
They may interest you.
Special Xmas show Boavcx, matinee
The storm of M jnday and Tussday left
onsideoable watsr undisposad of, ,
W. T. Bray, editor of lihe Cornelius
News, was a Times ealler Monday.
If you have an item of interest, phone
it o The Beaverton Times, Such cour
uny will be appreciated.
Miss Dora Van. Blaricora was on the
je, sick list Monday.
Mrs. Perry York was a Portland visitor
the last of the reek.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Myers Saturdayed
Dandy show at the Beaver, Xmis, , '
Bob Hocken is still plowing on his fath
Gr's place west of town.
TOP BUGGY - Well ironed for sale at
Squire's blacksmith shop at Beaverton:
Mrs. J, H. Mulchay was a Portland vis
nor the last of the week.
Miss Jenny FiUpatricK spent Saturday
jn Portland. -
The Beaver theatre reports some rat
tling shows for Christmas week.
Jiain 'or shine.
Xraas show at the Beiver.
'ff Mrs. F. M.' Ilobart left tKis week for
the S. D. A. sanitarium, where she wtl'
Mrs. Hiram Davis rif Toledo, Ore., is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
tart Evans has been absent 7rom his
usual place behind the counter for sever
- al days the last of the week.
Fine War Drama in four reels at the
Beaver---10c for ill.
State Industrial Briefs
Hood River has added a roller mih t
Towers has a new school with 250 er
rolled, . . . v
Plans crc underway .for cutting oct
Pioneer hill on the road to Newport.
The Oregon Box and Lumber company
at Bay City have resumed Operations.
: Echo has let a contract for a $10,000
c'ty hall. A very lively little burg. -
The Tualatin Nursery Co. has poved
from Tualatin to Sherwood. ,'- . ' ,
ARTIFICE" OF ''JIM KUVZV
The teer e the Celr In Om W
. Turner1 Pleturee.
The tare Mr. Bonier,
corded tut t tse a etudM al
most dally m of Turner Bawt water
colon, railed "The Hnowdoo Bang"
admiring Mpedally toe trader tramtk
of the light clootie encircling tke saooe.
Be tried all aorta of flaeese to oso U be
coaKl discover bow tbe parHCTllnr glow
wee geiud. but without auttase
Chaoce reTenled the eeeret The ptc
tore began W bockle froei Ite meoat,
end Its owner, Mr Seymour Baden,
out It Into tbr bind of noted expert
tin H VMnniintflA.
The receipts of the Pendleton postoffice mlly removed It from trs old moult
tbe expert sent for tbe owner to snow
blm wbafhe nad discovered. A drde
of orange vermilion bed been plestered
tbe back with an Ivory palette bnlfe
where tbe inM wanted tbe effect and
then worked off autBclently tar tbroogb
the pons of tbe prevloualy wetted pe
per to (Ire the show of color, while re
taining the smooth surface, without
trace of workmanship on the right eide
Toll may bar led Mr. Borele; bln
Hlf to nee, as be did, brilliant more
II tlw fodndnUon tor I white fMoUa
rest, , -.
show an increase of 30 per cent.
The Eugene cannery is shipping 15,600
cases of beets, cabbage and cirrots to the
U. S. army at San Francisco, ' ' '. ' :
Eugene will use Caterp ilar ce s on the
streets. The day of fids is not y. t
Florence, Or., is to hav; new water
system, The coming dry year is eri ien;
ly hiving Its effect
A man, near Vale, toolt $2,200 In fold
from ( r-lacer mine on Upper Wllow
creek, . .
The nationtl outline ha! effected Ore.
gon industries. A plening mill it Eugene
will manufacture baseball bats,
The bid postoffice building in Roseburg
is beinj remwed, prepsratory to build
ing a Hew $)00;000 edific:.
Harry Barnes returned from his uncle's
ranch in Eastern Oregon the last of the
Harold and Geneive Shearer, who have
been staying with their grandparents
during the illness of their father, Arthur
Shearer, of Forest Grove, rejurned home
FOR SALE-One fiaavy wagon, one Bet of
heavy double harness, separator, "bar
rel churn, butter worker J.T. Williams,
Laurel-Cottage, R.F.D. 2.
Unknown to tne different congrega
tions, the ministers of the Methodist and
.Congregational churches exchanged pu.
pits for their last Sunday night's sennona,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sears of Landalia
Mich., are visiting at the E. Sears resi'
dence, where they will probably remain
throughout the winter. , -
"BRICK FOR SALE At Haverton .High
i-'chooL Nine del ars per thousand
wnue they last. .A. W. ivutsche,
It is rumorei on good authority thtt
the Beaverton brick and tile factory has
uassed into the hands of competent man
agement, and will be put in operation
about the first of tile year.
Franco-Prussian Drama - Beaver Xmas
The storm of Monday and Tuesday
was a record breaker for Oregon. It has
been almost a year since Oregon has been
visited by audi ' deluge of water, and we
luly hope that it won't happen again right
The picture show for school children
' held last Thursday night in the Beaver
theatre was a grand snccess. The pic
tures were excellent, and the house was
packed. There will perhaps, be more
"such shows later on.
Four reel show Beaver, Xmas,
The Scholls Telephone company, at a
meeting held last Saturday, voted not. to
sell this end of lihe line, and if appear
ances are not too deceiving they will prob
ably do some extension work in the near
- future. .
One of our new Savings Pass Books
drawing 4 per cent with $1 or more en
tered on it will serve as an ideal Xmas
"jiift, and will be a Joy Forever, as an ac
count once started will continue to grow;
t he Bank of Baaverton Will be glad -to
V.. i l - Ol
ou you more sduul uu iu,. . .
Kmas show-Beaver, 2:15-7:15.
. HOW DEAR TO OUR HEARTS .
- How dear, to our hearts t
Are our paid-up subscribers
. When business or pleasure
Presents them to view.
. With friendship we greet them,
Where ever jrve meet ttiem; ... .
i But like all either blessings.
Their numbers are few.
To al! Ujose who pay in advance
... For their paper,
We feet it our duty
Of their kindness to tell
They are, our dear old subscribers
Our paid-up subscribers.
But those dead-beak subscribers
Should be hung m the well.
. J. A, FiUgerald.
' ' -
t "t wonder," ma the head ot the fanu
t)y. mirreyiog a wotemplated purcbas
t n family steed, "If he will kick."
'Oh, pa." siggled his daughter, "ifg
4unujt but that's exactly what Georfa
faked about you." Baltimore AatuU
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX'S
SALE OF JtEAL PROPERTY
In the County court of .the state of Ore
gon, for Multnomah county.
In the matter of the estate of Mads P:
Notice ia hereby given that -in oursu-
ance ef an order of the county courtof the
state .of Oregon, for Multnomah cnuntv.
duly made arid entered on the 26th day
of November, 19151 in the above entitled
court, and cause the undersigned, Peira
Hansen, administratrix of the estate of
Mads r . Hansen, deceased, will: on or af
ter the 6th. day of January, 1916, otter for
sale, and sell, a, private sale, subject to
the cbimrmation of the above entitled
court, to the highest bidder for cash or
part cash, for the payment of the debts
of said estate, the following described
real property; belonging to said estate of
Mads P. Hansen, deceased, situate in the
counties of Multnomah and Washington,
state of Oregon; to-witi
Lot numbered Nine (9). in Block num.
bered Nine (9), Lenox; addition to the city
of Portland, Multnomah ciiunty, state of
Lot numbered Twenty -nine (29), in
"Peach : Vale," m Washington oountv
state of Oregon, consisting of Five (5)
acres; , . : , , ,
Bids for the Said real orocertv at said
sale will be received at the offices of 01-
sen & Kelley, attorneys for the adminis
tratrix or said estate, at rooms 412-413-414,
Chamber- of CoirmWrce building,
Portland, Oregon. '
Administratrix of the estate of
Mads P. Hansen, deceased.
Dated of first publication, Dec, 2, 1915
Date of last publication, Dec. 30, 1915
.. Jack Hoopers
, , Barbtr Shop.
Shave . 15c
Bath . ., ' 25c
First door west of Drug store
- - -1
Full Line Fresh and, Cured
Meats Fish on Fridayi
' Dill Pickles -
LB. ALLEN, Prop.
wai i""7 . iL'L
Oobt take tbat fellow on roar roc
ben tekm. Hrfe eiroilc grooci.-.-Bot
what we want ts a good kick'
er." BtlUnwt intrtcin. v
MaRjr Trottbletonie Coughs Cored
A large percent of the present
day TUBERCOLUSI8 is due to
the NEGLECT of a cough. Il
may seem a little thine) hut if it
stubborn it should be carefully
looked after! The best caugh
medicine you can bay is WHITE
PINE TAB EUCALYPTUS. One
dose will give astonishing results
immediately. No home should be
without it! Most cough cures
that you buy! are loaded with
opiate which only sopths and
DOBS NOT HEAL? White Pine
Tar does more; for it SjOOTHt?
and HEALS the inflamed mucvi
membranes of the throat and air
passages. The chief ingredients
of this powerful healer are
EUCALYPTUS and MENTHOL.
Try it. It is RECOMMENDED
TO YOU BY -THE -
JOS. A. LAGERFELD
- General Law Prattlce
Office with J. Stroud & Son
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Hdurs 8 to 10 a: mi :
PORTLAND; i y OREGON
631 Chamber of Commerce
. Main 1370 . A 1370
Dr. T. G; HETU,
: Office in Cady Building
' OVER P0ST0FFICI
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LAND
r SPECIAL FARES rOft
YEAR-END TRIPS ,
"' o'n ' ' "
OREGON ELECTRIC RY:
tHE POPULAR WILLA'MMETTE VALLET f0UTE
Roud Trip Fares
In effect between WillametlfJ Valley
points Dec. 17,' 18 22 24 25, 31,
1815 and Jan. 1, 1916. i
Final Return Limit on Tickets So'fif i .
On these date is Jan. 4, 1916
Plan Your CKristrrias arid Nev?
Year Holidfays Accordingly
ifound trip rates ef $30 and $26 70
from Portland to San Francisco via
"The North Bank"- rail and.S. S. '
Northern Pacifi?" Dec, 20;;21, 24,
T 35, 29, 30. Return' lilb'lt Jan, 4. - '
Meals and berth included in fares
For Further Details. Consult
G. L. THOMPSON Agent . ,
'V '' RpnVprnn Hrptrntt "!j
ii Well as all building hiat6rial has
advanced quite malerally In the
last twenty days Ari Early Grdet
for that building you are '
Contemplating will save you $$$
. BEEDLE & WAIT E :i
Beaverton Oregon )
DR. PAUL M. E. CARSTENS
fhyilclao and Surgeon. .
District Surgeon S. P. ut,P. E.
, , Railroad
: , p AKAHfTOfjpRQ'feON '
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
It is YOUR home, perhaps, that is
burning '' -
The hard earned savings of years
gone. But the NORTH AMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY can
Complete Local and State Newi
bfiicS bVer Bank
SUBSCRIPTlbN $1.1)0 Per Year
? HON 37. ' '! '
w. e; pegg
Undertaker and Funeral Director
Stock Always on Hand
BEAVERTON , r OREGON
SAFETY RAZOR HONING
' also all other m?kea of razors
Automatic Keen-Edee Co.
18 1-2 Fnnrth St. Poratnd, Ore,
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Luoa County, m.
Frank J. Cheney makoe oath that h
Is senior partner of the Arm of F, J.
Cheney & Co., doing buitneM In ths
City of Toledo, County and Btate afore
said, ana that earn nrm.wiu pay ino
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLltARS for
each and evejiy .eaa
cannot ne cureo i
Bworn to before me and subicrtbtd
In my presence, thla 6th.day uf Decem
ber. A. D. 1880. A, W. Q LEA SON.
(Heal) ) ,' l notary ramu
Hall's Catarrh 'Cure ti takcrr II
ally and acta through the Bipod on the
for testimonials, free
jnuniiu uuiiuaud iur
r .ease of Catarnh that
1 by fhe use 'of HALL'S
HI. FRANK J.'CHENET
Mucous Surfaces of the System. Bund
testimonials, rreej ,
F, .J. CHENEY e CO.. Tolido, O.
Sold by all drufgibta, 76c,
Hall'a Family Pilli for constipation.
MUCH ADLER-I-KA USED
It ia reported by The City
Pharmacy that much Adler-i ka
is gold in . Beaverton. People
have found oiit that ON Jfi SPOON.
VUL of this simple buckthorn
bark and glycerine mixture
elievea almost ANY CASE of
;onatipation, our or f asy itom
ich, It is so powerful that it il
user) nuiw ssfullv in arjcendicitis.
ONE MINUTE after you Uke It
tha irasies rumble and Drtsa out.
It ia perfectly aafe to UM and
Beaverttk Barber Shop
1 Charlfei Jonaai Props
, ilAIRCVTtIN,Q, ikXVlNfj
SIIAMCC-C-ING , BAT&8
LAtJNDRY LEAVES WEDNESDAY MORNING
.,RETyi(N3 SATURDAY MORNING. ,
The holidays -will soon is
here. The time, of hap
piness and cheer.- Youf
friends will be exDectlnn
yon come nome.,
will mother, father,
ter or brother. ,
Low Holiday Fares
Are available for the hoU .
jdays. On aale between
all Southern Pacific sta
tions irv Oregon, Dec. 17,
18, 22, 28. 24, 25( 31 ami
Jan. 1. Return limit Jan,
4. From Oregon. to Cab,.
, fornia points on sale Dec,
23, 24, 25, 80, 31, Jan. 1.
Return limit Jam Sd. ' ' 1
Ask thelocai agent for fares, train servici)
nd pfher inforjnation, or write
John M. Scott, GeMftl Puienger Af tit. Portlud, Ore
(wt eoop iiupae Mes one wmimp euioiNO AwoTHEK.y
HBTHU, JUHC. m 5HOWIII6
0N1.7 ft PIME
i none sArieryiNGTHAN I
4 HUNK OP TWt01.e KWP J
ALL RIGHT, f
- 1 " 1 , " '"t
Uf AVE you ever heard men who uie ordinary iobaoeo)
ll Say anything in its favor? j . , V1 1
But near'ly all the men who are today using W-B
CUT chewing-the Real TobaCoo Chew, new cut, hi
shred wire started by the suggestion of friends who
liked It better thin the Ordinary kind.' - , J.
vi.it ty weymaw-brutqK Company, m uuo s.r.. m. t,A city
' HIS Ordtre.
Blink (the irlol(naler)-ttU, bew
liany order, did yoir get .vuxtordnyl
Olutt (the wileninalo-t (tilt two erdere
In one More. Illlulf-AVlinfettere tkeyf
Olnk-OUD wne to g't eat,, aud the
other wee to stay uut Cleroiand Plelu
Deuler. ,; 1
' A Standing Joke. ' m , '
Street ltnllnoy Wugoute Wtu'e the
complaint from? BwretaryA huuor
onn chap. He eigne ttlruwlf "A FatroS
it Haifa Hor' laD!lrjg,"-Pitt t
A p.Iioate ComplimeitC ;.
, nXly new gowu recelwO n ver elB'
trere compliment the othei day," .
"Uiriv wa ttat?" ; ' ,
. "flie proprietor M e restaurant I
went lno anked me to .It near tbe w1n-v
dow; said It would lead -tone to ale
; High time forn- High character Ai
jri'ciit olijerts brlns out great mloda.