Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19??, August 01, 1919, Image 5

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It is reported that R. L. Tuck,
who has recently moved here from
1 Beaverton, will reopen the Badger
Lumber yard and put in a good stock.
While diving in Dairy Craak one
day last week, Hiram Smith received
a bad aealp wound, whidh waa severe
ly painful. He waa brought to thia
city for surgical aid.
Carl Nicholaon and family, of Mc
Minnville, movod to thia dty , laat
week, where they will herafter reticle.
Mr. Nicholson is interested in the
Chevrolet and Oakland Six automo
bile company.
The members of the Oregon Dai-
Is was fci t-j ky a k.;t
of letting. The am bo tU
ieetrie company out of
for a abort time
Rev. H. L Pratt, who formerly re
sided in thia city, cUed at the hone
of his brother, at Uaupin, Oregon.
He came to Oregon thirty-eight
Veers ago. He . is survived by his
wife and four children. Ha was
about sixty years of age.'
Kenyon F. Long, wife and daugh
ter, of Williston, are guests of the
former's-brother, L, A. Long, of this
city. The brothers had not seen each
other for thirty-three years. They
will also visit other placesin Oregon
1 before returning to their eastern
home. '
John P. Bragg, who came to this
county about six weeks ago from
Yakima, and located about four miles
south of this city, died Monday of
ry League held a picnic last Saturday last week. He leaves , a wife, two
on the Herb Schulmenck farm, five
28iiles south of this city. A fine din
ner was served which all enjoyed, af
ter which speeches were enjoyed.
Marie Bretthauer, aged fourteen
years, died Sunday of last week, and
her funeral occurred from the. Lim
ber Undertaking parlors, conducted
by a Lutheran minister. She was thfe
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brett
hauer. During the electrical storm last
Wed"iday morning, an electric lo
comotive in the yards of the Southern
sons and two daughters. The fun
eral took place from the Donaldson
undertaking parlors.
Joe Chisosky, a man 84 years of
kge, underwent an operation at the
hospital Here last week. It was a
veryerious one, but he seems to be
getting along nicely. He resides
alone on his 160 acre farm and has
no relatives in : this country at all,
all of them living in Poland.
Henry W. Ball has received from
Washington, D. C, the' appointment
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postmaster of Eeavertoa and tacUvd
ofSeial notice at the same &m that
Kt. Ball did.
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The wedding of IZas LeCU Inv
brie to Alfred T. Smith, on Thursday
evening last occurred at the bona of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Era. J. A.
Imbrie, at eight o'clock. Only Imme
diate friends and relatives ofthe cou
ple were present The bride baa long
been a resident of this dty and is
quite popular, while tba groom ia
equally popular in his home dty, of
Portland. The Rev. J. T. Anderson
performed the ceremony. They will
reside in Portland.
Eric,Wenstrom, a well-known res
ident of this vicinity, having lived
here some 22 years, died very sud
denly in the Scholia neighborhood
Monday of last week. ' He had, some
time ago, suffered an attack of the
influents, and has never been real
well since, but he had, the day of his
death, done quite a day's work, and
no one thought of his passing away.
He leaves a wife and one son and two
daughters. The funeral occurred on
Wednesday and he was laid to rest
in the Mountainside cemetery.
Edwin R. Kyle, aged 29 years, was1
drowned Sunday of last week while
swimming in the Tualatin River, near
Emrick place south of Cornelius He
was with a picnic party of relatives
and friends and durinjr the aftornoon
the crowd dedded to go in swimming.
He was not missed for seme, time
and when he was, a search was at
once started, and his body was found
about two hours later in very shal
low water, by Edwin Geiger. When
he was discharged from the arrdy he
was informed by the army surgeon
that he had valvular heart trouble,
and this is supposed to have been the
cause of his death. He leaves a fa
ther at Cedar Mills with whom he
made his home, although having em
ployment as a machinist, in Portland,
a brother who is in the Siberian wa
ters, and two , sisters, Mrs. Nellie
Squires, of Portland) and Miss Alta
Kyle, of Cedar Mills. The funeral
occurred Wednesday, with interment
et Union Cemetery.
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Calls answered day or night
Prompt Service
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271 Taylor Streat
Daily trips to Beavarton, Hillsboro and
Forest Grove
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Geiieral Hauliug-Long Distaate Mewiaw
Beaverton office at Stipe's Oarage
BROKEN GLASS
: i Quickly Replaced , ,
Any size window or glass panes of any
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Daily service : Estimates Furnished
GUY S. ALEXANDER
Leave orders at ei ther confectionery
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hone Calls Anewered Day
and Night
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