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Crackerjack Bargains in white
parasols at Baird's.
J. J. Meacham of Mountain
dale is in town. '
A. J. Hoy of the county farm
was in the city Tuesday.
W. Anderson of Ileedville was
in town on business Tuesday.
Try the new drink "Ice Cream
Milk Shake." Den of Sweets,
V. 15. Streeter, of Portland, is
the truest of Jno. Bailey this
Peter N. Vanderzenden of For
est Grove , was on the streets
Orange Sherbet, the first of
the season, Saturday, at the Den
I. D. Chappell is in Vancouver,
P. C, this week. He leaves
next week for Denver.
Bernard Osterman, a leading
farmer of Verboot, was a Hills
boro visitor this week.
Jacob Kalfety, a prominent
farmer of Mountaindale,' was a
county seat caller on Monday,
L. T. Cornell left yesterday for
Salem and Lebanon for a week's
visit with relatives and friends.
Mrs. D. D. Patterson and two
children of Eugene are spending
a month with Hillsboro relatives.
J. S. Pobinson, republican
centml committeeman of South
Tualatin, was in this city Wed
Midsummer Millinery at Mid
summer Prices -an entirely new
line of hats. Leave your orders
with us. H. IiHKA & CO.
J. Webster, of San Francisco,
was in town this week. He trav
els in the interest of the J. B.
Lipincott Publishing Company.
There will be Children's Day
exercises at Laurel United Evan
gelical church on Sunday even
ing. There will be no set vice in
Kuratli Bros, rejwrt the sale of
Mrs. Ionise Leich's 20-acre farm
near Phillins for $2275. and two
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o.!i(.-ii,y iuuw UOWS.
Cool place for warm people. -Den
J. C. Kuratli and family spent
Sunday in Portland.
Jacob Stalli, of Helvetia, was
in 1 orcianu luesdav.
White embroidered belts at
$1 Kimonas for 50c at Baird's.
A. Barrett wa3 a Hillsboro vis-
Chas. Smith of Portland was
in the city Thursday.
Fred Peterson, of Cedar Mill,
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Complain. I N lrregutart.
E. L. McCornm-k win contest
the vote for countv r.1.,.1. : i...
iun in which the offl.
returns t r, r.
Mrs. Mabel Wadsworth of Port
land is visiting relatives in the
For the jxmular drink try the
Merry Widow" Ice Cream Smla.
Den of Sweets.
Wm. McQuill an was in town
this week. He reiiorts both grain
and hay as looking well in this
Max Crandall has sold his
home on Maple street and will
build on the lot south of his fath
S. P. Dickerson, of Cornelius.
who has been very ill for some
time past is rejMirted somewhat
etter this week.
W. Phillips and wife of Bux
ton, pioneers of 181."), were in
the city on their way to the
meeting of the pioneers in Portland.
Mrs. Julian, a nurse well known
in Hillsboro, was summoned to
Portland early in the week by
the serious illness of her hus
band. Mrs. J. Lownson of Bethany
was in Hillsboro this week. She
is suffering from blood poison in
the hand and was here for medi
Mrs. II. D. Chase and son Eu
gene of Salem and Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Howe, also of the capital
city, were guests of P. I. Coojv
er during the week.
The subject for the morning
service at the United Evangeli
cal church will be "The Crucifix
ion of Self." There will be no
service in the evening.
plurality ol ;4 votes
The notic of CunU. , jn
the circuit court yesterday al-
il-kcs mau. irregularities, and
charges that ballots counted for
Bailey were irregular in that they
nau uic- names Ot voters written
on them and bore other distin
The complaint charges that
tnrougn errors and irregularities
votes cast for McCormick were
counted for Bailey, and com
plainant alleges he
Bank Report, J. W. Shute, Banker
Report of condition of J. W. Shute, Banker, to State; Bank
Examiner, at close of business on the 23rd day of May, 1903
Saturday's Special Orange
Sherbet. Den of Sweets.
Judge Kindt of Kinton attend
ed the concert Wednesday even
ing. Don't fail to see Baird's white
parasols. He's got some bar
gains. Willis Ireland began work on
his new home on Main street this
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"I's ne received a
v.miiiiencemeni program. 10 majority ot all legal votes cast,
A marriage license has been certificate of election be given
issued to Albert A. LaMont and n'-
Elsie M. Maury. Judge McBride has set June 21)
ti i ,i I as the date for the he.irino- TI
E. Sunday school will picnic at
the park Saturday
Walter Bennett and wife are
rejoicing over the arrival of a
girl baby Wednesday,
Irving Bath, who has"been vis
iting his parents in Hillsboro, re
T. Bagley appears for the con-testor.
Always something new in post
Mrs. Bath's Specials.
Fine line of newly trimmed
hats at special prices,
It will pay you to lcxk at my
splendid new line of shirt waists,
ii'htih lrwiTiii (sia I
tnrno,l tm T,,n T?,w vnau " ' '" popular new
, ' ' tailored etrects,
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,. , . Just receiveu, a lot ot the pop-
W es Kedmond is having a coat ular wide sailor m- pk:m.
oi pami auueu to nis resiaence ren's school hats 2oc and up
uii ttdanuigiuii street wnicn lm
proves the looks of the place very L,i,
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mua. i.HUbhMii JJAIH,
L. hmmott returned Mondav
from Summit, where he went in Ucard ' EJu"iion.
search of beef cattle. While rhe boar(l of education of this
there he visited Claude Greear school district met on Saturday
and family. last and transacted considerable
r r,.., ,a ... . business of importance. For the
j. m i uii , iui ij wars a rusi-i .
I anc inl t?i.ht.l irM
ed all teachers that are teaching
at present with the exception of
a teacher in the primary grade,
The latter has been filled verv
Tr nrwl fra r1 T? Ptwun rf I .n..i.. n r t-..
- - uiyjnn, wi i ttucepiauiy oy iwrs. fli. t lttenger,
J Portland, and friends were an but she hna nsio-nol Vpr noai.
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dent of Phillips, has sold his 20-
acre tract and was in the city
Wednesday on his way to Cana
da on a pleasure trip.
acres on East Oak belonging to
C. W. Barnes to I. Mullen for
A. G. Stewart, who has been
in charge of the construction
crew of the electric railroad, left
the service of the company Sat
urday, his place being taken by
W. E. Jenkins.
Woodmen memorial day was
generally observed. Sunday,
throughout the state. It was de
cided by Hillsboro camp No. fK)
to hold no formal services, but a
large delegation, headed by Clerk
F. D. Adams, attended the cere
monies held in Portland.
J. W. Shanklin. editor of the
Daily Nugget. Placerville, Cal.,
was in the city Monday. Mr.
Shanklin is a member of a party
of M El Dorado county people
who are touring the northwest.
The party spent last week in
Portland at the Rose carnival,
and has now devided into smaller
groups, each seeking its own par
ticular point of interest. Mr.
Shanklin sioke llatteringly of the
beauty of Hillsboroand surround
An electrical storm of unusua
severitv occurred late- Monday
aftern.H.n. The barn of Charles
Buchanan, southeast of Cornelius,
was struck by a bolt of lightning,
setting it afire. The building
and its contents were destroyed,
but it is understood the loss is
covered by insurance. A tele
phone pole ami large fir tree north
of the city were also splintered
by the lightning. I
Rev. Hughes, formerly of Hills-
iwiro, but who has lieen located
n Ashland, is a guest of II. Weh-
rung. He is on his way to Cor
vallis, where he will locate.
W. C. Foster of Oregon, Hope
county, Mo., filled with a desire
to see the state after which his
town is named, is in Hillsboro,
and hopes to locate in the city.
Call and ste our new line of
trimmed hats, prices the lowest.
II. RHEA & CO.
Successors to Mrs. J. B. Vrooman.
Ind. 'phone 52(5.
The Masonic Grand Iulge met
in Portland Wednesday. Tuala
tin lodge was represented by
James Magruder. Calvin Jack
and Thomas II. Tongue.
A. F. Kruger, of Hillsdale, was
in the city Saturday and paid
The Independent a pleasant
call. Mr. Kruger says crops in
his neighborhood are backward
as a result of the cold spring.
. The Sunday school of the
Christian church will hold an ice
cream social on the lawn by the
church on Saturday evening,
June 20. Ice cream and cake
will be served at the usual prices.
Mrs. S. C. Killen was in the
city Wednesday making arrange
ments to remove from Portland
to Hillsboro. She has secured
the Greer house on First street
and will occupy it in about two
Hon. Hubert Bernards, of Mc
Minnville, was shaking hands
with old friends in the city this
week. Four years ago Mr. Ber
nards was elected to the legisla
ture on the democratic ticket,
which is a noteworthy circumstance.
There will be a song service il
lustrated by the stereopticon at
the Christian church next Sun
day night. Mr. and Mrs. Webb
will sing "The Trundle Bed Song"
illustrated. . Everybody invited
to attend and take part in the
song service. Rev. Beery will
Thompson Scoggin. a promi
nent stockman and rancher of
Fossil. Ore., was a guest of Dr.
F. A. Bailey. He was a witness
before the federal grand jury
probing Eastern Oregon land
frauds at Portland. W hile a na
tive of Washington county Mr.
Scoggin had not been here for 28
years and of course failed to re
cognize the scenes of his youth
automobile party that attended tion not desiring to teach any
me n aggener concert, returning longer,
atter the iertormance. The board has under consider
Mr. Miller, formerly employed at'on several desirable applicants
at the condenser, but recently of anU make a selection soon
Portland, is in the city making Hazelwood Ice Cream and Hire's
arrangements to open a plumb- Root Beer
mg ana general machine shop. Ought to irood this time of
II. II. Wellbon whocutGeonre year;
Ledford with an ax at the con- You'll find aUch things your heart
denser Tuesday, is still in iail to cheer
in default of $(K) cash bail. . His At the store owned by Palmateer.
wife visited him at the jail If he can't suit you 'twill be queer
Thursday. Fr folks ll come from far and
"hi.i.. f Pu: rw.;r,;n" near,
. , So why not all toward him steer,
will be the morning topic m the , , , ..
Congregational church Sunday,
Loans and Discounts . $243,824.09 Capital Stock paid in
Bonds and Warrants . 33,377.84 Undivided Profits .
Banking Mouse, Furni- ; Deposits
ture and Fixtures . . 7,500.00
Cash on hand and due
from Banks .... 142,921.65
Total . $427,623.58
STATE OF OREGON.
Washington Cointy. s
I. A. C. Shute, Cashier of J. W. Shute. Banker. teing first duly sworn say: That
the foregoing statement of Resources and Liabilities is true and correct as I verily believe.
A. C. SHUTE.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this May 23rd, 1908.
Geo. R. Bagley,
seal Notary Public for Oregon.
Your attention is called to the fact that J. V. Shute, Banker, is not incorporated and that
over $150,000.00 in tangible assets owned by J. W. Shute, is in law applicable to the payment of
the liabilities above mentioned.
CONCERT A RARE TREAT.
Music Lovers Listen to MaMerly In
terpretation at Miss Wag
An audience that filled the
Crescent Theatre greeted Miss
Wilma Waggener Wednesday
evening on her first appearance
in Hillsboro since her return
from Europe. Miss Waggener
was assisted by Miss Cornelia
Barker, violinist of Portland, and
Mr. Frederic Vrooman of Hills
boro, and a program of rare ex
cellence was enjoyed by the ap
Miss Waggener was at her best
in the Impromptu, Chopin, which
makes great demands on the
poetic fancy of the interpreter,
and the Wedding Day, Grieg,
with its bright march-like open
ing, while the Caprice Espognal,
Moszkowski, made a fitting close
to this strong programme with
its brilliancy showing the tech
nique of the player. Mr. Vroo
man sang splendidly and was
well received, and Miss Barker's
violin solos were greatly appre-
oiatMl hv all. Miss Sails and
Miss Katherine Shannon played
the accompaniments with feel
ing and expression.
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At F. R. Dailey's New Store
Next Door to Crescent Theatre
Rambler. Crescent and Reading
Boys Base Ball Goods. Call In before buy Ins
or setting work done
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be receiv
ed by the county court of Wash
ington county until 2 o'clock p.
m. of the 20th day of June, 1908,
and then ojwnedforthe construc
tion of a bridge 75 feet in length
across Dairy creek, near the old
Carsten mill, about three miles
north of Banks. Bidders will be
required to deposit a certified
check for 5 per cent of the amount
of their bid. ...
By order of the countv court
J. W. GOODIN,
Dated June 10, 1908.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received by
the County Court of Washington
County, Oregon, until 2 o'clock
p. m. of the 20th day of June.
1908, and then opened for the
construction of the Minter bridge
across the Tualatin river three
miles southeast of Hillsboro.
Each bidder will be required to
deposite with his bid a certified
check for 5 per cent, of the
amount of such bid.
By order of the County Court,
J. W. GOODIN.
Dated June 5th. 1908.
"Nature's Beauty" will be the
evening topic. Sunday school at
10 a. m., evening service at 8.
Mrs. Mary Bird left Wednes-
s these events, when those who tofore has been 14 cents.
..o.-,,l iV,.t linrmi-o orA Vini-iL G. V ICKERS,
He'll treat you Well, don't doubt
L. J. Palmateer, Prop,
Commencing June 15. the
Snnthfrn I'lU'lMc Railway will onll
nay lor me pioneers reunion ai tickets from Hillsboro to Corne
Portland. Mrs. Bird never miss- ius for 10 cents. The rate here-
braved the dangers
ships of early days meet to ex
change reminiscences. II. II. Sargent, a Portland at-
Mr Ju.hro r.MYm returned torney, is in the city in the case
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Snn.l fmm IWtlnml. where " narnuon. mho was recently
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she has been in attendance on arresieu or v.uauon oi tne ped-
Masti-r Price, who has been at Ulin ru-'- says tne
St Vin,..nt's hnsnit.il for the case will be appealed on the
met !v w.b ,in,WrniW treat- kround that as tht
' ' ' ' . . , ... i ... urnenntnil P I. Rnvil .Cr Cn
motir ni'ii returned witn nis i"v" " " " v
mnihnr lin.l n miiph imnrnved in ordinance is a discrimination
u.,.,1,1, against a non-resident, against
, , , public poiic.v anu in restraint of
.Mr. and .Mrs. uaude ureearas . , Th citv ..:lthftrit! -n
wen as the eider Mr. ureear anu ,ikeIy rcsit t) e appea) ag thj
iamny win prooauiy return w ordinance in .nation has proved
linisDoro to make ineir nonie m crreat benetit.
. m n
the near I mure. iMr. ureear,
Sr.. and family have recently re
turned from California, where
they have spent the winter, and
have been at Summit, where
Claude is located on the ranch.
The German Evangelical Luth
eran Zion congregation at the
North Plains, near Centerville,
will celebrate its first annual Mis
sion Feast at the grove of Mr.
Harms. Sermons will be deliv
ered in the morning and after
noon by the Revs. II. C. Ebel
ing. F. Schoknecht and H. J.
Kolb. Pastor Kolb is to speak
in the English language. A cor
dial invitation is extended.
Mrs. I. D. Chappell has re
turned from a visit with her
mother to her old home in Nova
Scotia. On the return trip Mrs.
Chapivll was in a Canadian Pa
cific wreck near Winnipeg, in
which many were injured, but
fortunately she escaped unhurt,
although the coach in which she
was riding left the track and
was overturned, severely injur
ing many of its occupants.
The fire department was given
a run in the hot sun at 3 o'clock
Tuesday aftcrr.cxui by the pro
longed blowing of the whistle on
the municipal plant. It develop
ed that the breaking of the cord
controlling the whistle was the
occasion, and no fire existed.
Chas. Koimer has sold 40 acres
at Phillips to J. Steward of Spo
kane for ?!I)IK. Sam Pooley
bought from E. oleson'a house
and lot on Sixth .;vet between
Fir and M:ipl? fr l2oo. The
sales were n.a loth rough Kuratli
W. N. Barrett is moving his
house at Sixth and Washington
to a lot owned by him on Fifth
street, and l erect a modern
residence. cet:r.g about $2,000,
cn the site nude vacant by the
W. D. IVli;h I moved the
Shute rcsidcr.ee at Third and
Base Line to the lot south. It
was found the irojx.rty was not
seriously danwvMhy last week's
fire, and can easuy 1 repaired.
$1.50 to $2.50 White Embroi'd Parasols, $1.25
$2.50 and $3.00 White Silk Parasols. $1.75
10c. and 15c. Turnover Collars. 5c.
15c. and 20c. Fancy Ginghams. 12c.
$1.00 Kimonas. 50 cents
25c. Percales, 19c.
50c. Belts, 20c.
25C. Mull, 1 7C.
PLEAE THE EYE
FIT tDUe FEET
GOOD F(Q)R STYLE
or homEly FEET
ALL KINDS OF SHOES
Buckle Tan Oxfords for Men
Button Tan Oxfords for Ladies
Tan and White Oxfords for Children