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About The owl. (Beaverton, Or.) 1912-191? | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1912)
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BEAVER'ION, QIGON, HAlRDAY, JULY 23, 191?
sub3crjbtiq: pjjiag, m per yh,ah
Beaverton celebrated in royal
gtyl on the fourti. J2. A. Hendricks
as Grand Marshal put tlrnjrs thrp
ueh on time, The Tarade was
better than ever before.
Miss Mary J'itspatrick Goddess
of Liberty, Mr.delene Vincent,
Columbia, Pearl Ilutfhson and
Azele Young Maids of Hcinor.rep;
resented their respective parts
with beauty and grace. When
you beat Beaverton for good looks
t'y will "travel some",
Mayor W.E.PegR pave the crowd
a merry welcome to the City.
C. II. Fry read the Declaration
pf Independence in bully shape.
Hon. A. C. Allen r.f Portland de
livered a masterly Oration on the
subject of Patriotism and made
the Eagle scream in great shape.
All the sports were exciting.
-vTbcfwllow who yon ip the pie
eating contest, knew how take
care of the goods.
Morgan Hardy in the broncho
busting contest, gave the crowd
"a taste of Round Up life not to
be forgotten soon".
The ball game between Garden
, Home and Beaverton was the
best of the Season and resulted
4 to 1 in favor of Beaverton.
In the evening the Beaverton
Band gave a big concert and the
Progress Quartet san and re
ceived a hearty enchore.
Tiro be it celebration - 1912.
Mc Gill's barn and root houeecne
mile west of town burjit to the
ground Thursday P;M,
An alarm was turned in ad a
big crowd of the boys hooked
chemical No. 1 toSpraner's auto,
and the way Spra;ir -let 'er po"
B. hard work of the Dapt. and
many ethers theh ouso was savet'.
The origin of ths fire. is a little
uncertain as we go to press jyt
will.be ir.ore definite in pur next
Those two chemical engines are
paying: vell jn saving property.
TIME TABLED '
No. 30 Q;53 a.m,-No. 31 7-28 A ?i
32 7-43 '" 'S3 9-15 !
34 9-08 Zb 11-25
36 11-14 37 1-555$
?3 2-09 A.M, - p 4-59
40 4-24 " 41C-35
G. L. 1HOMr30V. Ar;fi.
W. O, W, meets fdu TtrSr
Jay of every nonth at Grange
Hall, , ' '
Geo.. Thyng, Sec
Town Council meets at City
sSS, first Monday pf each Month
W. E. Pcgg. Mayor
Beayerton Comrnerisial Club
meets first and third fridajf at
Geo. Thybg, Sec.
A. V, AWU A.M.
S. P, Co.
No. C 7,12 a.m.
40 2-00 P.M.
Ho. 1 8,01 Ai;
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Ilia Grace Aixh Bishop hriitie
was a Beaverton vistor Friday.
r.iglo Rossi one of the leading
onion growers of this section shot
Off his little finger of his left
hand while loading a gopher gun
The wound while very painful
will soon heal providing blood
poisoning doesnt set in.
Be Sure And Get The
Roc : Road Issue
THE OWL Next Week.
r r 1 r
With Shot Gun
The 13 year Son of Mr. Stone,
of Cooper Mt. accidently shot him
self in the arm Friday mornipg
by pulling a shot gun through the
fence after him. The charge
entered the arm midway between
the wrist and forearm and rang
ing upward to the shoulder,
making a very painful wound
Dr. liobison dressed the wound
and thinks he will be able t J save
the arm providing hlooJ poison
does not set in,
6 To 2.
In a prim (hat was full of
lang If se stealing, hsard hitt
ing at the righ'; time and team
work that ccull not be bjat,
Beaverton took fhe Keystone
aar.i cf Portland into camp.
11 the hoys are playing like a
house a fire right now, and "dont
forget the hat when it is passed
around every little bit helps.
Tillamook Special 1-45 TV
Saturday and Sunday.
I)r. Paul M. E. Carstenc.
Phone IS -7.
Allen & Roberts'
Suite Cf3.-5 Swet.land Elrlg.
Cor. 5th ani Washington
ABSTRACTS CAREFULLY EXAMINED
W.8X Regular eoraiuun-
1 V jeation first and
third Tuesdays at MORSE HALL
i-CO P.M. Visitors welrcme,
By ortlf.r W.M. .
H. W, Allen. Secrctcii-y.
Bjsvprton B. f;f H. rajets vX
G'Tr.ge Hajl the sccpnd .aturclay
jf fjvph j"r.o:ith.
A. V.'Dnn, M;tttr v
O, fa. S. ir.et ii) MpiF? JlalJ
Mrs. Dr. Robinson, Matron
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT
Tlicru U no teller paiat jnade then icnvin Willkms pa'rf.
We Lave a coials stoci ef it. A'j; pccneyfplfi sthenic j
!ar,h we t'oal! 2 gla l ticy 5.0a,.
Everything to hnidl mill"
R L, TUCKER? " .
y fir cii
BANK OF BEAVERTON
J, A. MOTT, Freddent
j. T." WILLI AN8, VicsrPresifjept
V. E. PEGG, Secretary
H. W. BOLGER, Cashif:r
XUfett:EpC IBjSATfilfNr" TO ALL INTKl'ETINp DUSINf ES TO jg
St Pays I o Advertise,
SUNDAY JULY 21.
II. E. CHURCH.
On account of services helb by
Rev. Vanderwalkerin the TENT
there will be no preaching in the
AI. E. CHURCH on Sunday. .
July 21, 1912.
Sunday School will be at 10 A.M.
- C. B. Rees.
A. A. Tike called at the office and
julecribed for The Owl "Glad to
jee the boys coming",
Mrs. D.C, Fisher and daughter
Mae are visiting with Mr. & Mrs,
J.C.Weatherrcd of Tacoma.
BAGLEY & HARE
Auericnq National Cant Uulldl'hg
Hillsboro - - Oregon
Jack Johnson whiped Fireman
Klynn on the 4th. and brought
home the bacon aga;r, O.ieci
these days the big smoke will run
across a wild Hog.
EAT MT. HOOD ICE CREAM
PURE AS THE MOUNTAIN.
SERVED AT HARDY'S.
How Bo YOU
Like The Owl 1
$1.00 a Year.
J. L, H&riy, Propraetor
Agent for the Columbia
Now carries a complete line
of Standard Patent Medcinea
.md tousehold remedies.
Eeit Mt, Hood Ice Cream,
The Coolest Ice Crera Par
lor In Town.
I will zdl at PUBUC.AUCTION..atpiy..place
miles south-west of Beaverton, 3 1-2 mil
of Reedyille, near the Liver mora
Sturdsiy afuly 20 1912
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP
The following described property:
ALL THE LATEST PERIODICALS
WE HAVE a client who has
come lots in Beaverton on which
he will build you a house to suit,
and sell it to you on easy terms.
Fry & Emmons
Pipes and Repairs.
WELL BORING, DIGGING AND
P. H. Van Dehey.
6 head of horses, consisting of 2 mareo 7 years eld, w.
about 1300, 1 mare i) years old, wt. about 1400, 1 horse
9 years old, wt. 1309, 1 horse 8 years old, wt. 800, geed
driver, 1 yearling colt, wt. about 700-aIl true and sound,
4 cows all in calf, I fresh about Sept. 1st, others about Jan.
1st, three giving mil!:, 11 hogs, 9 shoats, wt. 50 to 75 lbs,
3 broOd sows, will farrow about Sept 1st. 1 wagon, nc&siy
new one spring wagon, one single buggy, cna cream sepa
rator, one 14 inch plow, one 12 inch plow, one 1 here? culti
vator, one disc, one drag harrow, one mowing machine and
rake, 2 set double harness, 2 set single harness, one 20 geL
iron kettle, and numerous other farm tools.
. TERMS OF SALE, $10 and under, cash, Over
$10 bankable note will be taken, clue Jan. 1st,
1913 at 8 per cent int. 2 per cent discount for
B. J. TUCKER, Owner
B. P. Cornelius, Auctioneer . H. W.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON