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BEAVERTON, WASHINGTON COUNTY; OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13,1916.
LILY EVENS APPOINTED
: . TREASURER
Monday, evening, JalUiy 3,
Vru regular meeting nig it of
Council, end also time forswear
ing in newly elected officer No
Quorum being present, Mayor
Thyng administered oath of office
to Mayor-elect Vincent, Cdancil-iman-elect
Cady, and Recorder
Adjourriedll Wednesday Wen
ing, January 5, 1916;
Upon re-convening) there were
Mayor Thyng; ,
Councilmen Wtfter, Desinger
Thyng acted as recorder, arid
Fehlman as mayor. ,
Minutes of last mefeting read
and approved, then adjourned
and turned over the reins of gov
ernment to the new thayor;
fyr.ti. Vincent, , '
' Upon calling roll, th'ere were
present: Mayor Vincent; Council-
men Welter, Desinger arid Cady".
- Mr. Gray having failed to qualify
in the prescribed tlrtiej his jprede
. "cessor, Robert 'Fehlman, ' held
over. . . . '
Also present : Recorder Hedge",
ayor Vincent appointed the
t following committees! , , ..
- .Finance-Cady and Fehlman.
k Streets, and sidewalks Desin
ger and Welten ,
Sanitory Cady and Fehlman;
The resignation of J, L, Hardy
as treasurer was presented and
accepted, he having moved from
" 'city, and Miss Evans, the newly
' VieCied treasurer, had failed to
"qualify in the prescribed, time,
' Mayor, Vincent aptioihteel Miss
""' gvans as treasurer, arid appoint;
; men't was unarlimoflsly con-.
"" 'firmed., . , , ., '-
. ;:, On motion, duly second and
....carried,, the recerder .and hiayv
. .were instructed, to, get in touch
with Max Crandall, and have
. j'city books experted for the pasi;
' four years.. , - ..
i . Adjourned till call of mayor!
ttf jjc Crandall Expertinf
" City's Past Accounts
Max Crandall,. an expert ac
countant has been employed,
jand is exporting the city business
transactions for the past four
.years, Nothing lb known yet of
his findings. , T
-i -i :
Winter .Ha StagfeV
. For the pajt ,t,wo,weeks this
section of Oregon has been jp
Jhe grip of real':wint&;i not 8,0
cold, perhaps, as an eastern win
ter, yet cold enough to freeae
1 0 bars Laundry
25 cent Coffee for
Eastern Bacon lixtra Special
Ieaho Flour 3psekl sadk
Two quart Lip Sauce Pan, Regular 2QfJ Mow
Two .quart Pracrvtlig Katies, Regular locj now
Genuine Savoly Roasters, RefeUlaf$1.2 noW r
, , , FURNITURE .CUT TO COST
BEAVERT OH HARDWARE
several ponds and make skating
good until snow fell and covered
the ice. or rotted it so badly that
ft was no longer safe. The snow
has fallen at intervals, and alio
gether it would probably equal
about eight inch:s. There hes
been good sleighing, and several
parties have been out enjoying
some real eastern sport. Snow
balling has been the chief diver
sion of the younger generation
while some have been trying out
the coasting on some of the iff
sidewalk, which had sufficient
slope to carry the sleds Any dis
tance. The cold leather has not at
aiy time been sufficiently bold td
freeze many water pipes, and the
mer of water can be thankful
that he has nbt -been repairing
water p'pes while He carried wa
ter from the bid family well oh
the back lot The blanket of
snow has preserved the grain
from the damaging cold, which
always kills a vast amount of the
fall grain each year.
Band Bo; s Will Have
Big Concert And Suppef
The first cKickein 'supper for
the season of "Sweet .16" will
be givefi at. Cady hall on Thurs
day night; January 27; by Beav
ertdh Military band. '
The,, "fattest chicken of the
realm"' will be served- "oh! my!
I am hungry already"--from 5 to
8 p. m, j by some of the prettiest
waiters in Washington county
Now on that njght "don't eat
supper at home," but come up to
Cady Kali; arid you will be smil
ing for a week afterwards.
.....After, supperi beginning at fl
o'clock sharp, a band concert and
big literary program will be ren
dered by best talent in this vi
cinity; 'for which Beavertori is
famous. The Beaverton quartet
will appear with some of their
best numbers, and this is leap
year! too. Admission , to pro
gram and concert free, Chicken
supper 25e. , mj
The Beiivertbn Military band
is composed of home boys, who
have strived hard to thaintain a
musical organization in Beaver
ton, and own some of the fineif
band instruments in the state;
also a band stand of their owtfl
and deserve the support of the
whole community. For this en
tertainment they have been re
Hearsing fdr a long While, and
are also preparing a fine supper,
so let everybody turn put, fill the
hall; and give the bijys a royal
welcome. Remember the date!
Thursday K night, January 27.
Chicken slipper 5 to 8 p. m.
Job'print.ingo'f all kinds done
at this office. " ' .'
. CASH GROCERY CO. I
PIANO CONTEST MAKES GOOD START
(c..l TJ.Mi:Ma tftf PamiIVv Ynlinv I.ttM lrMlv
! Still More to Follow. Get in the ticej
FIRST COUNT WILL BE
The big prize voting contest
announced in these columns last
week Is creating m&re interest
than We imagined it would in the
beginning. Nominations of con
testants are being sent to this
office daily, and sbbh there will
rm mnnv tvhn frnnld bfe willintr
recipients of 'a fine 400 Obqr-
meyer IS; Sonii pianb oi" other:
valuable prizes enumerated in
this list: .", !
All bf thesS hindsome prizes
are- enumerated in the announce- j
ment th anotner page, ana wuijsena ncr name to tms paper, or
be given to some 01 tne young
ladies bf this vicinity. ' -
The qutstibn is how can I do
it? All that is necessary is,to get
your relatives and friends to
trade with the merchants, who
are donating prize's in this popu
For feverv dollar sbent with the
merchants you will receive 26 sure to a.sk these merchantJ for
votes which can be voted for any j coupons. . i
of the contestants.' Also to gel j Those who dS'not understand
your ftiends to subscribe for this the rules urd regulations bf this
papeK. Fot each one year nev, contest tan call at this office, or
subscription yoil will receive 60C ! write to us, and we will be pleas
votes; for each orie year renewal ed to go over the proposition.
500 votes) for each year bad. i
subscription 400 votes. Of course, I
it is to be understood-that under j
no circumstances are coupons is- i
sued by merchants, except upor.
cash purchases. I
We Have been asked if the wile
or daughter of merchants, wh j that time. This rir'e is extra, in
are co-operating in this paper ir. addition to the other prizes of
this voting contest, may compete feredj and its winning will. 'not
for any prise, neither ian the .barthe winnerfrom securingthe
wife nor, daughter of any of the ; piano or any of the merchants'
merchants, who are, op-operating I prizes. ., , .
with this DaDer in this contest,- Do it now and heib someone
enter the competition. ,
ine reasons io: mis was odvi- joner. itememDer mat many oi
is. and we are very sure that! the merchants of this town are
all the1 merchants will feel just as.
we do m regard to the matter,
We want this contest to be ton-;
ducted with the greatest possible i T hij contest is between Inciivid
fairness, with no occasion or op-, uals apd no lodge or other organ
portunity for nybody to criti-' izatioh will be permitted to stand
cise. The ballot box is now at:a3 the candidate of any particu
nur ofeco. ready to receive votes. lar organization With the under-
The box wili.not be opened until
8. The judges, will be absolute-
ly disinterested people, in whein ,
everybody, willhave confidence,
There will be. no favoritism. The;
lady who , secures the largest '
number of votes. Will win the pia-
no, sind so on down for the rest !
of tjie prizes. ,(We W'sh there
were pianos eopuglf.to go around
for all of the girls, but there are .
not, , and all but one will have to
be content with One of the many
1 6c lb:
Buy Where yon carl
save! mortey; Our
WHoIrj stock id fiill
4 . , 10!
., - 5c
MADE ON TUES. FEB. 8
other beautiful prises offered
Voting may commence at any
time in a ballot bolt how in this
office and the keys tb the box will
be given y the awarding com
taittee whose names Will be
hounced in another issue of this
Use Ihfe free fote coupon in
this issue. If yo.li know of any
lady who has not been nominated
and whom you think woui'd make
a good race, use the nominating
blank in the annblinceiheht and
onng it m in person and ner
jname will be entered. It matters
not if she be married or slnglfe.
; Read the rules in the large ad
j in the weed's issue, or-we Will
j mail them upon request. Inspect
tnr onenngs ot me merchants
uiiu ifuni nuw yuu limy t;ciie
votes for yourself or friend. Be
with you. ..
Extra Prize of $ld in Gold
The first count in the'contest
will be' made on February ff, at
which time $10 in fold will be
awarded to tHe contestant having
the highest number of votes at
reap the benefits of this liberal
interested in tins contest and")
give ai25 vote coupon with every
$1 cash uurchase.
standing if she wins the piano or
conization. Such an agreement
would.be manifestly unfair to the
other contestants. Any candidate
so detected will be disqualified,
Remember to have your friends
trade with the merchants wHo
are friving.eoupong. The names
of the merchants W,ho are glyng
handsome pijzes pnd helpine to
nake this contest a big success
I Ca-h Grocery Co,
Betverton hardware Co,
City Pharmacy '
C ty Mea' Market
' We want new subscribers and
a lot of them, and these girls will
get them for us by seeing their
friends and inducing them to
subscribe or renew for this pa
per, We guarantee to make the
paper well worth the money of
every subscriber, and wt expect
to hold those new subscribers for
many years to come. This is the
an-!tesf m(,ke money for Us,
only way we can make this con
The following ybune liHies
have been nominated in this con-
Miss katherine D'esslnger
Miss Katherlhe DiAelei
Tennis Club Is Entertained
pridy nlgHt Mii. Paul M.P.
Carstehs entevtaihed the Tennis
Llub a n delitjhtful party The
evcnil wa3 passed with games
anJ mUbic by the many musicBl
f memt,.rs 0f the Tennis club,
j Fullowirg the games;.came re-
trcshjent9) and many jolly sto-
nes were tola aoouc ainerent
club members. After the refresh
ments the club riiembera held
a business meeting, at which the
coming Leap Year dance was dis
cussed, those present were! Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Tucker, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Pi'gp', Mr. arid Mrs.
T. W. Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs.
Perry York, Mrs. H. G. Vincent;
Misses Dcra and Iva Van Blari
com, Miss Hazel Pegg, Miss Gol
die V(nccr.t, Elmer Stipe, Fred
D. Darrah, L. S. Davis, Mrs.
Paul Carstens, Mrs. Campbell,
Mrs. Roy Lewis, Dr. Carstens,
William Campbell, and Master
Ellert Carstens. .
r. Many of tho young folks of
Jeaverton will be pained to hear
of the death of Jennie Deichman
of Hillsbor.i, whi died recently
of tubercilosi ' r
ghe lived i i Beaverton and ati
the. juuiic scnoois nere-in
the. old tc'.ioolhouse for some
reM iMEasa oiaw.mmwgra
Sand th'i vot. istl.itnextrlonTlnui within is Iram dl and II I II
count (or 29 rotet. No tmntej required with Ihii coupon. 3
DATE, JANUARY , 1918
NOMINATION BLANlUPOPULAR VOTE CONTEST
'f ' ' ; .;::. Wl.....
1 hereby nominate or suggest tHe name of ,
.... Address , ..L...:
a lady worthy to b;coir,t a candidate in your Popular Voting Contot. i
present thin name with the distinct undeiwar.din and, agreement thai the
editor shall not divulge my name, 'rhia does not obligate me In any way.
Signed...,. ; AddreaS
January 6; 1810
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3 boxes mathes fc
9 p6Uiid sadk besf dream Oat
Oeseni Baking Powdea 1 lb; can3
1 6 lbs besl vSugar 8
Gysiers and Minced Clams'
Van amp's;atsur3 ' k
Four quart llnamel Pudding fahij Regular 25c. nojv
S'our quart Lip Preserving Kettles Regular 25c, noW
Two quart Enamel Milk Pans, Regiilar 20c, iioig ,
. WE SELL FOR LESS ...
ALOYS GASSNErl 0' COOPER
" LAID TO REST
Tht funeral of tht late Aloys
Oassner was held at the family
home Monday morning at 10 a.m.
Aloys Uasmtr died at his home
on Cooper Motlntnln Saturday,
January 8, aged C!) years, lie
was born in the town of Feurs
lentine; in the little cou ry of
Leichtenstine; and while quite
young; was brought to this conn-. .
try by an Italian stonemason, wl d
taught him the trade. He follow'
ed this Industry for a number of
years in the East, where he built
several stone bridges on the Free
port & Galina railroad. He then .
came vest to San Francisco, fi
nally coming to Portland, Ore.,
where he assisted in the erection
of many of thu Fmnt street
stores., He spent about M years,
after which time he movpd to
Cooper Mountain, about twq
miles west of Boaverton, where
he reyk'd, and has niado his
home for the past 35 years, llo
was well known and well liked
thro'iphout the country, a'.d hai
mnny friends in Portland, whq
will di eply feel the vaennev that
his p ssing will leave. He was a
memrer of Minerva Lodee No.
lit, I O. 0, F., of which ho was
abeut 49 years a membe". He
leaves five children to mo irn his
deccttse: Xavier Anton, Aloys!
Mrs. Lena Taylcr of Stsde,
Mrnf Earnest Livermorei and
P. TAI Have Meeting
Last Wednesday night was thtf
regular meetin night of the
Parent Teachers Association,
and a large crowd wns in atien.
dance at the schoolhouse where
they were., addressed by Mrs,
Heller of the Boys and Girls Aid,
on the subject of " Child Wel-
fare", The address was exceU
lent, and greatly appreciated by
those present. Following the
address came refreshment, and
a social good time. There were
85 present, and the school room
1 was filled to over-flowing.
I . $1.00
, 8c per can
20c pet bottle