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FOR A GREATER EASTERN WASHINGTON COUNTY
BEAVERTON, OREGON. THURSDAY. MARCH 17, 1027
PR IC E— FIVE CENTS.
Erection of New Building
A LITTLE TALK TO Oregon
Co. Take Over
To Be Finished
Soon to Start in Beaverton
in the Spring
The First Issue of a P a p e r
That W ill Stand Behind
a P rogressive C ity
We A*W People to Help Find. Mail
Bring in New» Storie»
or Local» of Interest.
M a n y I n te r e s tin g Topics to
City and People of B e a
v e r t o n Discussed
Tigard, Or.—At a meeting of the
Tigardville Telephone Co. held March
3, the directors w ere authorized to sell
the company to the Oregon Tele-1
The new company agreed to build a
new central office at Tigard of either
cement or brick, replace present wires
along the highway with a c«bD
that a select service can be given
They also agreed to build needed line,
at once in the S tafford district ami
maintain a 21-hour service. Improve-
ment will require an outlay of $00,-
LARGE LIST OF CLAIM S
fcjr e Talk of Establishing Sti /• An !
T h r u Street» R eferred ta
favors gave a wonderful effect. Six
people were seattM at the big table.
T heir birthdays all came in this
T he afternoon program was enjoy-
e«l # e r y much. W . R. Baird, evangel
ist from the Christian church, gave
three splendid readings during the
This now paved highway will mean
afternoon. Mrs. R. L. T ucker and
much to Beaverton and the sur-
daughter, M argret, gave two m usi
roumling country. E will be 3<> feet
cal numbers that were thoroughly e n
wide, concrete, and in addition to
joyed. T h e re w ere three applications
being a scenic highway, it will !>«■
built for heavy traffic for the west
side of ihe W illam ette valley. It will 1 of business and store his supplies of
-tart >oi Jefferson street, in P o r t merchandise in the H a n n a building, P o r t l a n d Men and W o m e n
Jailed in R o a d h o u se Raid
land and will have a grade of 59f which he will use as an office till
along the canyon to Sylvan, and the new building is com pleted He
T he W ashington county Sheriff,
from there it will run west t*» the will then occupy one of the new com
Ja p Reeves and deputies, raided the
W ashington county line, eliminating partments.
Beavertot* residents arc rejtiicitig
over the news that the new Canyon
ro&d from P o r tla n d to the W ash
ington county line is ILovg assured
and that th«e million dollar grojSct
will start 'his spring.
Since Benjamin F ranklin was a
A regular meeting of the city c oun
i cil was called to order by Mayoi
school boy it has been the custom
i Pegg. All members v.ere present.
for a new paper to m ake its bo.>
amt speak a piece—tell a supposedly 000 .
Minutes- of the previous regular and
anxious public that it comes to fill
T he telephone system Was 25 >e»rs ápeci-tl meetings were re id a n d a p
a long felt want, display its policies old M a rc ’jfe 2 anti C. F. Tigi*rd \>y$ -
and plans, and then proclaim the the first president. Mr. Tigard says i
Bert Hacklier is the contractor in Silver S ta r inn here Sunday m o rn
air sharp curves. T he state highway
wonders it hopes to perform.
that the first message was phoned I T h e following claims against the
of the work on the building. ing, March 13, at 2 o”clock and a r
So, following precedent, T he E n te r over the lino on March 2, 1902, from city of Beaverton were presented and
many times been said the rested about 40 guests. T w enty-six
prise will now give a short selection the B. G. Leetly place on the Tuala- i referred to the committee of finance'
county line and eliminate all sharp Beaverton m en could not bid on a of this num ber were held at Hills
on its own horn.
$<W3.F8; ci t_. of Portland, changing curves between there anti Beaverton. job near as cheaply as l ’ortland boro for questioning. H. E. Ferguson
N ot Many Promise».
and James Mooney, proprietors, are
T he first line v.-- between the meter, $23.60; P ortland Electric Pow
This new highway is reaching out firms. This was proven wrong when
We are going to be very chary
pres-nt Tigardville store down tin er t o., February light, $143.80; A. 1
in jail on charges of mainfUining a
of Portland tov«ar<ls Beaverton and
of promises, that w<; will have less
highway to the then l.eedy p L . e o;-> Story, March salary \nd labor, $14 5«);
nuisance, and S. Rice and Harr»«
it means more activity, more devel
to apologize for later on. And prom
the Tualatin river, and was approxi George Thyng, recorder, salary, $25;
Reese, Portland, w ere
opment in this section.
It will r e low any P ortland t o. Lewis Rr<JS. j
ises are very much like planks in a
drunkenness. T he other 22 guests will
mately two miles lone •
quire about two years to complete
national political convention, anyhow.
be called before the grand jury
We haven t a set program of policy— j T he first board • of directors vyere February, $50; Investors Syndicate, the m ad ami it is expected the bids rials and will haul it with a fleet
when it convenes, for questioning.
we hope we never will have—and v .e jC . F. 'ligrtrd, E. J. Goodman, tfioty March payment, $47.05; P e te Zehr, | will be let in May.
Fight pints of liquor, and two u n
It is reported that two new busi
are’nt even going t<> declare we "will employed in the county comenifskon- concrete on W a tso n street, 11); Ar
claimed overcoats with whisky in the
hew to the line, let the
chips tall ers> office at HillsWwo and the Lite
L. T. H u m b e r ^ m e te r key, $.1.25; T. Bed-fast F o r Year s Yet
near future, bat nothing definite has | pockets were confiscated as evidence.
where they may.” W e are just going
B. G. l.eedy.
to dig in and run a real newspaper.
Ti'ic company in 25 year* grew W. Bishop, supplies for Losi meter,
Man Smiles Cheerfully been said. Beaverton is growing now
O P E N S B RA N CH .
and within the next few months it
Wc believe T he E nterprise
will from a two mile line to it* present $3.90; E. A. Story, reading meter*
succeed in Beaverton—that it will size, which n o f includes two c e n t o ' ' and labor, $13.25; Beaverton Lumber
About 18 years ago a young man will grow and build ver^s much more.I T he A. B. Smith M o to r Co., at
go over big when we get squared offices, T igard and Stafford. ith f< ;tr Co., W ats ni street material, $22 20; working on a farm near Beaverton
Many New Home».
Oth and Madison streets, Portland,
Co., hauling hail the misfortune to fall from a
away and better acquainted with the paid operators, with a total of over Beaverton T ra n sfe r
il. Shannon has just completed a have recently opened a branch sales
170 suL-scrilers and 300 mile» of line $10.50; T. W. Bishop, tapping m a high hay-mow as he was putting in fine new m odern home on one acre
office in Beaverton, in the old th e
We believe this because B eaverton
H eaded by Charles Hall, president, chine and supplies, $44.1H; W. J the hay. T h e fall resulted in an in south on W a tso n street extension.
ater building. Mr. Freeman has been
is the richest section of Oregon, L.’- and Earl W . Gates, general manager, Stitt, work on w ater main, $38.00. jured spinal column. A fter weeks in
H arry Alexander has completed a appointed sales manager. Both new
cause Portland is fast reaching o u t— the Oregon Telephone company now The' following for work on water bed the doctor gave up hope, he could fine new house and has just started and used cars are sold here.
this way, and we know this city is in own«
and operates ^ telephone sys- m a in; C. Zcha, >.79 75; Earl Pierce not recover, he was to be crippled ano th e r east of Cedar street.
for a big growth and real soon.
section of the state $74.25; F. G. M ilieu’, $2225; Dan for life. O the r doctors and special
SU IT IN J U S T I C E COURT.
F. Buchanan lias started construc
Adams, 13.25; T om Benison, $92.40; ists were called in. A trip to Cali
If we don’t know and believe, these serving nearly 7000 subscribers with
J. W. Raynard, expense for trip U fornia was advised. T h e y in turn
things you wouldn’t be reading this exchanges located at
1 igard, llil.s-
T he Electric Service Co., of P o r t
ern home on Lombard street.
o I j v i " the ease
i*suc of T'n Beaverton .Tauter' me
land .filed a suit against W. Koostra,
I G resham, Nevvberg and Beaverton.
A m ordinance dealing with the es
Bill W alker, owner and manager
of Huber, for recovery of a w ash
T he Enterprise isn’t going to start
of locations for stop and of the ranch, is still confined most G r a n g e
ing machine. Suit was filed in the
in with a clamor for a long list .f!
C r o w d A t Meeting Beaverton justice court, Tuesday,
through streets was discussed ¿m of the time to his bed, in a beauti-
municipal itnprov .clients. T h e ircople M ¡ ( r r j a J , c
¡g N f 0 t
laid om the table until the regular fine room overlooking the road, suf
March 15th. T he machine was r e
now Better w hat is
of Beaverton kne
the same day.
needed and wanted here than a com
the street committee to confer with ago.
ular session, Saturday, March 12, with
parative stranger, and they know Let
the school b o a r d on this m atter.
routine business in the morning.
N E W C L O V E R PL A N T .
ter what their ability to pay for
W e were surprised, a fte r a talk
Ladino clover, a giant form of white
T he usual bounteous dinner was
these things. As the city grows, im
N othing definite was derived froini with Mr. W alker, to find him so
the discussion of luiinb'ring the efieerful and adverse to talk of his served to a very large crowd at noon. clover, is being purchased rather g e n
provements will come, just n a tu r a l
T he birthday table was beautifully erally for W illamette valley and coast
ly have to come, and when they are
i* ■ace Swenson houses of Beaverton.
by members of the Home pastures. It has proved itself a valu
needed this paper will get behind states tkut it vei be w r y profitable
A petition from Mr. Fay asking j Bill s>»ys he has many things to
Economic committee. A large cake j able pasture plant in Oregon being
them and do its durndfst.
for the first cot!-; f v.Et cerne to him for an cstimat' of cost of establish
be thankful for, that he is alive and and candles with St. Patrick's day productive, palatable and durable.
Then there may come time* in the to be married.
ing w a te r at tin A. B. W ood place | able, on Sunny «lays to walk in the
future when issues will arise that
T h e first man :id vvi .nan that the w a . rvferiwd to the water superin yarn on crutches or hitch a horse
line men and women up and count judge will have honor to sc:.:T hap- . tendent. T he recorder was ahke ! to
to the buggy and go over ditches and
them—real issues of prominence. If pily into the state of wedlock will .rite to the Hillsboro Investment Co.!
logs through the woofls to the boun
such emergencies arise there will be be m arried free of charge with a for prices of Gates pipe.
daries of his farm.
no doubt w here this paper will stand. beautiful certificate and silver \ .e d
An established price of $22.50 was
Altho in bed most of the time Bill
T heodore Navlf, of Huber, has been ' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. and G. S.
it may not always be right, but it ding present throw n in.
arrived at lo r tapping w ater mains, manages the farm, which employes
Alexander made a trip to Belling
will be honest. It will be out in the
This is a dia n c c i m
ill with pneumonia.
the city to furnish m eters and meter from eight to 10 men and keeps his
Wash., Friday, March 11. T hey
couple to be married with little or box, with labor necessary to complete
disposition more cheerful than you a business visitor in Beaverton Fri- had an enjoyable visit with Mr.
An Open Forum.
no eXpensc and to go their way , ith
ta the curb. T he council w s moved or I.
Alexander's sister, and returned home
We would like to make this paper a blessing and \,cd ling present from
to .«djoMrn to May 15.
T he members of the Congregational the following Sunday.
as wide open as a barn door for its Judge Swenson.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Gray have returned
church gave a supper Friday night
readers. W e would like to have them
Beaverto n People D r a w n
a 16-<lay vacation, at Long
write on any topic of public interest
CUSINESS IS GOOD.
F o r G r a n d J u r y D u t y Aftorney and Mrs. L. L. Myers en Beach and Los Angeles, Cal., visit
for the city or county. Such an F la n Llean-Up to Beautlt}
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Allen ing Mrs. G ray’s sisters, Mrs. F e rg u
open forum departm ent brings out
City of Beaverton W m . A. Smith, cabinet maker, r* a
Beaverton is well represented on at dinner Thursday.
son and Mrs. Mosher. T he Grays say
discussions, and ideas. It m akes m c n J
they had a wonderful trip. On the
and women think. T he trouble is th a t
T he first move of a «cries of plans
back they t«x»k a boat front Los
such a d epartm ent is often liable to clean-up and beautify Beaverton
to get out of hand. Religion, poli- ‘ will soon be under way starting with Smith turns out to his servic«* are F.aruest, Grandgeorge, A rth u r Bauer ice Co., of Portland, made several Angeles to San Francisco, and then
Fred Hamel and Anna Hyland.
business calls in Beaverton W e d n e s train on in. T hey arrive«! in B eaver
tics, personal spite and like
bent pigs a big circular band stand. Thi* old very much in demand.
ton Sunday night.
slip in and
then it loses its value, dilapidated relic of by-gone days will
Mr. Smith is doing the inside worl
Judge Bagley tried several cases day last week.
C. W. H uyettc, of the submarine
Let’s try it
and see liovv it w orks be torn down, the lumber unfit for cupboard floors, breakfast nooks, and at Tillamook last week. T he murder
U. S. navy, is visiting his old
your letters short and use will be burned and the good and
built-ins on the large home of C. W trial of Eva N. McGee will be tried Robert
C hester B. Hanna.
snappy—and say something.
sound u«ed in the erection of an im-
Jor the second time April 17. The
And while you are waiting for T he provised lean-to to be built at the Bakrrsun at Tigard. He is also m a k first trial was at Tillamook.
for his boat which is at Vallejo, Cal.
Enterprise to get into your life and rear of the city hall. This addition ing the new counters and fixtures for jury could not come to an agreement Friday afternoon
Stuart H anna made a flying visit
activincs have charity. Get it into will be used a- a store room for tools Bobbie’s barbecue.
after being out 48 hours.
< latskanie. O r , Monday, to vis
vour heads and try and keep it there, and miscellaneous equipment,
folks. He was in Beaverton
that the editor could almost count
This is just a start O thers will
Masonic hall Tuesday for the bene just a few hours.
his acquaintances on the fingers of follow, to make our city attractive to
( «instable W. F. Desinger made a
fit of the building asociatioti.
his hands. He is a stra n g e r among the eye of those who pass through.
Robert Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs three day’ trip to Tacoma, Wash.,
you and he might walk right over a If a city is neat and attractive many
Leon Lee, of Aloha, was operated on where he attended a banquet given
real feature story and never see it people will stop to buy or to return
March 8, at Emanuel hospital by Dr. by the Tacom a German singing so
Be good scouts and help us out at
Mason fop appendicitis. Doing nicely ciety, in the interest of the North
Tip us off to things;
T he Crown Flour company gave a | Pacific Singers Bund.
bring in what you know that wc don’t help.
demonstration of their products at is giving a four-day program July
kti'ivv, that our readers should know
the Christian church every afternoon 40-31, August 1-2, at Tacoma. Two
T O O MUCH N O ISE.
^ 'll this do for the opening num
of last week Mrs. I. A Humphreys! thousand singers will blend their
ber? W e haven't said m uch—didn’t
Considerable Complaints have been
was demonstrator. Mrs. C. W . Allen voices in song. All of the N orth
' * ' ' o. W h a t wc will do in the ma,|e about young boys who loiter
won the 49-lb sack of flour. There Pacific states will send singers. Mr.
tuture is what counts. This is mostly
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on the main streets late at night and
were from 50 to 75 women present Desinger returned Monday, March 14.
words, but petrified precedent de
Lester Tallman and family have re
mands something along this line with makc a 101 o f «"necessary noise and
from an enjoyable visit at
the $irst number and we have got It do a lot of mischief. This is mighty
off our chest.
bad business and if it keeps on some
Friends will be gla<1 to hear that
Mrs. Van Kleek’s brother, Claude
The m a tte r simmers down to this: ■ >ne will get into so m e te a l hot water.
Anderson of Portland, over the week D. C. Tallman is fastly recovering
As the city grows, so will T he E n te r
from a bad attack of flu.
prise, and T he E nterprise is going
B A C T E R IA AT O A C.
E. E. Swenson visited an old time
Mrs. J. E. Davis has recovered
to work har«l for the city’s growth
Oregon farmers can obtain legume
from her recent illness, and Mrs. C. | friend, Mr. Branded, president of the
v> that it may have a permanent bacteria from the departm ent of bac
Stribling, h e r mother, has returned Augustana Synod, who is visiting the
place with you.
synods of the church in the Unite<l
home to Portland.
teriology at O. A C. A large supply j
. The En tetprise is with Beaverton
Robert H arris, student a t O A States, in P ortland Friday, March II.
every move. Don’t forget we are of the organisms have been produced;
C.. made a week-end visit with his Mr. Branded lectured to the L u th e r
Beaverton to help make il *>y «he department during the last
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W a lte r H a r - , an Brotherhm>d of Portland, of which
Mr. Swenson is a member
W o rk was started on the new
b«ul?img at the corner of North
Broadway and \ \ esv streets, Monday
evening. A large crew of men are
busy clearing this corner ¡ft the first
step in a new era of building in
Beaverton. It is estimated that it vvift
lake 60 days to complete this 90x75
one story concrete construction bui&l
mg, which will have th>ee business
compartments. W ith the wrecking of
the old corner building it will take
an ortl landmark front the town.