Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, January 16, 1889, Image 2

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be»t subserve the interests of said
selusil, am^to manage, control, and
apply »11 pn iw ftj uf w h tle v w nat­
ure w hich U-Iongs to, or may here­
Publisher. after
c.
i K tu»; n i y,
1« earned by, given tooranpro-
priateil tor the u«e, sup|Mirt, or !»cne-
S i lb ó n ¡{ilio'i ¡¡ate*.
lit of tiie Oregon State Normal
School, according to the terms of
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such gift or appropriation.
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Por -i ’ 'I 'iti 1i « .
Fourth—To appoint and employ a
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IVr Four .Muntilo.
pri-ident
ofthc State Normal School,
A dvertising rile i mullí
‘1> ami the re'pii-ite numU-rof profess­
ration.
< 'i»rn*sj*»ii< lenii* in K' il¡<'iti*il from all fru llìi; or-, teacher- and employes, and pre-
scribe their duties, compell-atiun
of tlir joiiicr.
and tenure of office or » mployment.
M,.limimi li, Ori-gnu, .iati. Ili, issi).
Fifth To demanii and receive ull
money appropriatisi for ci*rying
out the provisions of this act, and all
the sums due anil accruing to said | K ätures P leasant I axati ve
normal school, for admissiot and tui­
50 CTS
tion therein, ami apply tti»' same, or
, so much thereof as may Is' neccs-ary,
For Four ffionths.
i to the payment of the compensations
g forcsal* I ! and the eurft'iit expenses
A Hill for uu Act to A|i|ioint n llouril of the school.
Sixth—To pres Tib* a fee for ad­ Follows the use of Syrup of Fig«, a» it ai ts
ol Hogcnl» lor the Stall' Normal
School tit Monuuiutli.
mission into said sehisil, to lie ap­ portly on the
Tin- following bill for ;tn act to up- plied to the payment of incidental K ip x f . y s , L i v e r a n d B o w e u s
|i<iint u bourn of r»'g«'iit« for tilt* e.x|M*nses, and the rate of tuition
Effectually Cleansing the System \t hi n
State Normal School a» .Monmouth, therein; fn'oei/leit, that all counties of
Costive or Bilious, Despoiling
ami to prcHcrilrt* their, powers and tlii--tate in which the number of
disk's lias las'ii drawn up ami will -el.....I age is less than .'»no shall be
anil permanently curing
Ite prt scntesl to tlu* legislature. The entitled to one free scholarship; and
t trri/ouiim of the lltli 111 ~t., which all other counties shall be entitled to
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
present« the text of tin* bill in toll, one fris- scholar-hip lor ion i chil­ w tliout weakening or irritating tho organs
ami make« the comment that the dren of schoi i age, and traction of
on which it acts.
(»ill is likely to pass, as it is designed 100») gre iter than .'»Off.
I o r S a l e i n 5 0 c a m ! $ I .O O l i o t t l e i i b y n i l
Seventh—To
have
in
connection
to inereuse the efficiency of tiie
L e a d in g
with the president ofthc school, the
MANFl'ACTl’ RKD ONLY BY T1IR
school.
Hr it rn'irtr (//I/ thr /. 'f/isttif ir* . I' ¡U- g e n e r a l supervision of the course ot
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
instruction, am! to enact rules and
S a n F ran cisco , C al . .
hhi o f thr State o f Oregon:
by-law - for the government thereof; L ouisvillk , K t .,
N ew Y ork . N. Y
Si a no.v !. The general govern­ including the faculty, teachers, stud­
ment, miperintemle'us* ami • tlirir- ents ami employes therein.
tion of tfie Normal (School of the
Fighth—To confer diplomas ou
State of < Ircgoil is hereby vested in M ie li persons as the faculty may re­
il board of regents, to lie known as commend for graduation, and who
‘Tilt* Hoard of Regents of the Nor­ shall have passed before the state
mal School of the State of Oregon," hoard of education, or some person
GENERAL SLACKSftli7H!ftG.
wliieli board shall consist and be or persons appointed by said board
composed of twelve members, ami t'> conduct such examination, in
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of which the state board of educa­ Monmouth, a satisfactory examina­
tion shall b" ex-officio members. tion in all the. branches of the pre­
The other nine persons of the board scribed course of study and the met h-
shall l>e appointed by the governor, ods of teaching them; ¡troruled, that
by and with the advice and consent persons shall have attended the
of the senate. Such members shall Slate Normal School not less tlum
hold office as follow s: Three shall go one year ami have a sucecssful expe­
out of office at thee.id ofthc second rience before receiving a normal
year, three at the end ofthc fourth school diploma. Tiie normal school
year, and the rcmiwning three at the diplomas shall I k * signed by the state
Shop otip p-ito livery stable, at the foundry
end of the sixth year from the time board of education, by the president ] 1 ndi'peiKience.
of th»“tirst appointment; the names of and secretary of the board of regents,
those* to h*ave office to lie determin- anil tiie faculty of the State Normal
»•d aiming th»-inselves by lot. There­ School. All graduates of the State
after »'very person aptsiinted shall Nomi li School are hereby author­
serve for tin* full period of six years, ized to teaeli in anv public school1 in
or until their successors are appoint- tlii
at without further examina-
eil and ipialitieil. All vacanci»*s oc-
timi.
curing in said hoard by death, resig­
Ninth To prescritto the qualifiea-
nation or otherwise, during the re­
lions for admission into the school;
cess of the senate sh;ilI lie tilled bv and,
— Dealers in—
appointment by the governor until
Tenth -To make such rules and
the next meeting of the legislature, by-laws, not in coniUct with tiie
or until their successors are appoint­
laws uf this state, for the govern­
ed and »lualitied; Provided the first nient of the ala rd of regentsa> they
tinware mid stovi s,
board of regent« shall consist of the may deem nece-ary.
Furniture, house furnishing
following persons: I). I*. Thompson,
S k » -. 7. A t ail the meetings of the
«ioods, \\ in mattresses, etc.
of Multnomah county; A. A. McAr­ board of regents four nu mhers shall
thur, ot I’olk county; It. I’. Moist*, ot constitute a»|Uorum, but a less mini- j
Marion county; Warren Truitt, I’olk her may meet and adjourn from
county;
Henderson, Yamhill time to time; and tin» powers and
county;
I*. Connawiiy, i’olk duties of tin' board may lie oxer -¡se l fit. Wire fence and barbed wiri‘.*v¿a
county:
Wallis Nash, Menton and perform»'»! ‘ »luring the pleasure
couiuy.
of the hoard hy a committee thereof,
SKI'. 2. The regents shall elect one to he called the executive eommittee
of their numlier president, who e oftlie hoard of regents of the Oregon
duty it hall lie pri side at toal! the Stat«' Normal S. liool, with such
meetings of tin hoard; to call special
era and duties as the hoard of
Carpe nter tools, sash and doors.
meetings of tin same upon the w rit-1 regents
1
may prescribe and direct.
ten request of three meniUrs thereof;
S kc . v. The regents shall not receive
mid to perform any and all duties any ccimpcn-ution lor llieir -er v i c e s ,
provided for l>y law, or prescribed hut they -hall hi* allowed tli**ir actu­
liy the hoard. If said president al and necessary expenses in attend­
shall not lie present at any meeting ing tin* meetings of the board, to he
of the hoard, tin* members present, paid as current expensed of the
if a iniorum, may elect one of their school.
nuniocr president pro tom., who
Si.c. it. At the close of each school
•myLumlier and shingles in
shall thereupon perform tliedutiesof year t li« * president oftlie hoard of re­
any quantity. A il orders
president during said meeting.
gents anil the president oftlie school
will niM vc prompt at-
S w . (1. The hoard of regents-hull shall jointly make a written report
tentlon. Farm ^produce
appoint a secretary and a treaurer to the governor ofthc state, showing
consigned to us* will be
for tiie Normal School, who shall tin* transactions of tiie isiard, the
disposed of to tin* best
severally keep their offices at Mon­ progress, condition and wants oftlie
possible advantage and
mouth, and may hold their positions school, tae number oftlie professors,
immediate « ‘turns made."tog
during the pleasure of the board. teachers and the students, the
They shall respectively perform amount of receipts and disliursments.
such duties as the hoard may direct,
and such other information as mav
and they shall inch given bond to he deemed of importance, Af wliieli
said tmurd for the faithful (»erforin- reports a sufficient number shall bo
mice of their duties in such amount printed hy the state printer for grat­
and with such sureties ns the hoard uitous distribution through the state.
of regents prescril«', to lie approved
S kc . 10. Inasmuch ns the board
hy said hoard. They shall receive of regents provide»! for in this act | .*>A< overod hark find co r m ie n c m for riding
in bad went her.
no compensation, sa\V the payment
should take immediate control of
of actual and mves-ary expen-i's
Makes ResruLir ('ouueeHen
the State Normal School, this act
when absent from home in attend­ shall take effect and he in fire»* from With n« »rth and south hcvm 1 trains and Iniats
ance upon the duties of their respect­
at Inti»*j»endnicc
and after its approval bv the gov-
ive offices.
cnor.
S k »'. I. The Isiard of regents sliall
nveive from tin* State
Normal
I Ire— L'e.Ml­ ni remnant«
School Association a deed to the
Pus-iMigcrs, I'Bggagi* mtit parkago« earrieil to
le«, a: Mr-, Uilian-ieiir.«
premises n »w oecupie»! mill used by
and f imi a» ri'iisuiiablc rate-.
»»nier- left
at W o r t h «
groeerv -lore will reeeive
the State Normal School in Mon­
Telxiguana at eu«t Mr«. Lnltan-
prompt
attention.—
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K fk
mouth, which ile<si they shall have
-ieu r'- Bazaar, bid, pi-m’.i'iiei'.
duly nvonleil, and hold .«ai»l premi­
R. M. Collins, the photographer, is
s e s in tru-t for the State oft )rgon for
prepared t < turn out photographs at
Normal School purpo-e-.
I (alia-in ull its bre.it"lies a- good as
S k » . ii. The ri'geiiis shall meet an­ in any part »>f the state.
Polk County Ohservsr.
THE OBSERVER FOR
A Fleasintf Sense of Health and*
Stieugth Renewed, and of
Ease and Comfort
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
Vaughn A H illanl.
IIo r s e -S h o e in g •
Seat 'A Specialty.“'fea
Oo.
F.
1 lard wan
Amunition.
Builder's .Material.
Monmouth,
Oregon.
Modmouth Stage.
Every Day.
Parker â Ferguson.
nually it Monmouth, on the la t
Tin'.-»lay of eai'li school year, which
meeting -hall Is' styled and known
a« the regular meeting of »lie board.
This meeting may adjourn from »lay
today, when, in the Judgement of
the regents, such adjournment i- u»v-
«•ssnry to promote tin* discharge of
their duties mid the interests ofthc
school; hut no s|M*»'ial m»s*tlng shall
l«> culled hy the president, except
upon written notice to «*in*h mcmltor
ot tin* tnmr*l. of the time ami place of
such meeting; -aid notice to lie
-ervi'd by the president's delivering
til»' same iH'rsonally to each nieinls'r,
or liy mailing the same to the po-t-
office .vldre— of inch nicinlier, ^iot
less than ten »lays Is-forc the time ap-
|ftiintfd for -aid mei'ting.
Siu\»». The general powers mid
»lutii's oftliehoard »>f regent.« -hull Is*:
First To receive by gift, ls*«im*st,
appropriation, or oth«*rwise, real or
js'rsonal estate, iiionev, or other
{•riqierty for, and in (udialf ofthc
Stat»* Normal School.
!’s-ond To control mid provide
for, -ubji*et to the condition- herein
iimd»*, tin* custody mnl isriqiatioii of
the State Normal .S'I khi I grounds
anil biiihlings, and the Isioks, pa|M r-
and document- lielonging thereto.
Thinl To upprupriate, u-»‘ or ex­
pend money- («'longing to, or apro-
prlate for the ti-o o f and In'iieh'. of
•siiil State Normal School, in -ia li
manner sis will, in their Judgment,
For ffnc watch work go to U. M
Grant at II. M. l’atterson's.
Architects and Iìtiilders.
At J. 1». Irvine's i- the place to »örPlnns, -peeiffeation« and esti­
get your groceries, I ndepemlcnce.
mât»-» furnishe»! on application.
Shop two doors south of the oitv
Mrs. La Ran.-lcnr, City Mnz.uir
water-works.
I iidepeiideiic*'. Int- made a tin»*
iwdeotion of woolen good-, rih-
1ndopendence,
( (regon.
I h u i s , button-, artiele-for limey
Owork, remnant.- of cashmere,
prints, handkerchief«, purses,
«*t«'. Give an early call.
Attention of tho-e who ar«* taking
painting is culled to the full line ot
arti-ti«' material at H. R. l'utterson-
lnde|M*nd(>mv.
Chopping! Chopping!!
U'hinil
Go to Vaughns, Dallas the li*u ling
j«'w«‘h'r.
Ihn
A tto rn ey a t Law ,
Will prunin'» atUnd to «'ll lrf»I bmiiie*»
• nlruitiel to him.
D A L L A S , OREGON.
X. II. B
V —
TD abov« oiT#f » ' V
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B l ’ Y V O I R G R O C E R IE S AT
S. J. WATERHOUSES.
W A R R E N T R U IT T ,
------Currie« at all time* a fresh anil complete stock e( groceries^.
A ttorney a t Law,
’ • DALLAS’, OREGON.
Will pritrtii'« in nil tli. courts
I »¡li'e in Court House.
N O T IO N S ! N O T IO N S ! !
of tiie Slate.
every description, a.« cheap ns the chorçiest.
O r cited.
Call and seehinf.
J. H . Townsend,
Attorney at Law.
Your patronagei, *
Monmouth ,
Oregon.
Office on Mill St., opposi!« the court house.
Dallas, Oregon.
Buster & Vernon,
Farmers
Druggists 2nd Apaîliecaries.
M ercantile
Association,
DEALERS
I \riigs. Paint«. » »its. dlu-a amt »II otlisr Ar
I /tic!n kiij't in a iirst-i'lja»» ili ng »tor*.
In
Prescript Unis ('archill j Compound«!.
General Merchandise,
Bed Rock Prices,
Best Grade of Goods,
a r Also Dealers in Deed vt Barton s
Yf!'and Plated Witre. Jewelry, Ifusical
striunenL^ ’ II kinds.
oì b
And Fair ûsaüng
Is Oar Etô&iîo.
Independence.
Jirick Mock,
»
H. E. Patter -
son, has mov­
ed his stock of
Alrricukiiral Implements ami
T o■ the new
Opera House,
Independence
Or cron
State Normal School.
•
— All kind» of produce taken in ex.ihnnge’for pu«
MOXMOUTH ,
1 loliday Goods, Clocks,
Jewelry, Plusli Toilet
< ases, F
Farm.. AI
COOBER A C O rX N A W A V ,
— d i : a l f r
^
s
in
—
hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
. *i
for Kapj), Murrell A Co.
I mlependeooe, (
FULL FACULTY,
(iOOD BUILDINGS,
LIGHT EXPENSES
ftormal. Coliegiais, and
Commerciai Departments
AH Morm.I Ci»«»
r.c. ». • Diploni»
froro tb. 8tat» wbich »utl^irij^ th.m io
i««h in »ny publie ichool in tb. 8tat*. Oth.r
XiaiM »-»ni i.aeh.r*' l'.rtiflratw .n pie*tnia
lion orthM. Normal Diploma», wittiou» *x
amination.
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LIVING-.
\
Ji9-Gcvvl table board is fiirni'hed to fitn-
dent«at thr "Normal Dining (tali ' at $1..'*
| * r week tiood boarding in families with
fnmislns! room, fuel anil lights, $;i.00 to $.'i.r>i
|>or week.
Practical Course
ci
Study,
—Completisi in a—
S hort
Time.
Send for Datai neue. Addrow the President
Jfoninouth, Oregon.
I). T . S t a n l e y ,
T H E E A M E R S G R O C E R Y A N D ITO
D IC E COM PANY.
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Cesire to announce to the People that they are now ready to
businea, having opened out in the Poppleton Brick, Wain
St., independence, Oregon.
Groceries, Canned Good
and Provisions, Wood an
Willow ware, Glass
Q-ueensware, etc.
\Vc nr«* prepared
to
pay
CASH FOR PRODUCE.
ftt»' •Goods deli verni free o f charge in Monmouth and Independen»1»'
F . D A L T O N , general manager.*fc»*
LT. H .
B U T L E R ,
Druggist and Apothecary.
— Dealer in—
u
nips, Chemical*. Book», Stationery „Toile»
article«, etc.
I’reseriptions Carefully
Componi.ded.
h Mrmmouth , - -
«^4, st,on «r V lii pr-oer t |No
0 t
\muK
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Oregon.
JO H N J. D A L Y ,
1 *' n w nil : »«or Itv*r llr»t »<ii«lln«r « r«*rr»et »n -
■*• '»'•-*.
THE AMERiriS M SESTHQ
a » • »'»ui« it»»w.
>i w
IT T
Independence
MtT< Xtiw, Muena V ida, Oregon.* fcnu
I I Wmt ever hTM), TPtd tfb fft rc
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I I » « «»i > , n i l t', cori I o r - o f tl « next %:
•Ifw •ui’u ’ ritirrs w ho guffd C >rr»*rt » • » « ri * wr w 1 1
«* I \* 'I I . «-OI I» « i.| >
t
»».• . f t b - ;i~\t Iff - s. r
a fGrrr«*t t r , » r r , m
< »* v
KRFKURV K DIRI K Any
.„ b -
*•'’
i* nf tlr«ltiicnjn jiste fo r ibobbotr« ptm err»
j»»' m i t « r n ilr th rr lS rrn t« f,>r Ihre** n«»nths'trtn I
• l »-1 t „ ... ift r o o t « fo r »tv nnwiU,». r S« c nt« f.-r
' • v ir. O 'i« o r i v o m . v i*. sti»r- •»amps taken
Head Q uarters °fnr G eneral Merchandise
Physician and Surgeon.
^ E B iO S E L A fl
1%. , ' Cl'
o
J. K. Locke,
. h»»
a 1 ' ’•
'r
w"* hl* r%«h**r, »l en H
|.«1 wli«*rc
,i - 1 TI te leort« o f the tu* «I luta re»« mg
M‘ w w t '1 h o » n * » . reil frum the Bible, and wpotfe**
People who are talkeil about, are
$330^22
IH GOLD CONI
tiio-e \\ ho go and rxamint* tin* tine
* . wet* w m .t a a
U» » « l u « " I »r r* X» n » it-m l n a r n r r r d u n « w m ,
-tis'k of arti-t- material at Musters'
I n»I«*|H*ndence. He has n full line of
I ill.'-, \eademy Isianls, plaque-, . T;.;:
l.e.i 1 . .< ... .f it. lornt,
W«r.»li.
frames, brushes,ete.
Call and -e»' ■
|4 ■ • •— « «■■. « . . . . i. . .. . ...
»' V
them.
*
-
»• .
* »t*rf m* nb«r of r»*»v Airrrt«-*! h«t».e.
F. llnyter’s is the |>la»x* to buy all
‘ * » » l ? b « » C IO .
* *'*rt •.» e t « , | «r * h « moni ho i 1 5 r |( , f,rr
the l a t e s t style-of lire— giHul.-; title
b O «tal bo.o M«'.' ii " '..G'rtata iMUtr
»» v „ r 4 ||,| %,
I ' l « o th o r o u b l i» o ti-w iiu t h * 1
-t's'kjn-t nveiveil.
Henry Patterson i- not
\\ itha Hue lineofjewi Iry.
SHELLEY &VANBUYN,
\nv one having fissi they win
chopped will timi me ready to do it
f o r them in the l«--t and ijulekest
-ha;**, f o l l i e before the mill shuts
down.— Frank Collins, Monmouth,
1 1 regon.
Sold by N. H. Butler.
. «nil 1*. I',
fi««!, and It"
Independen»*«*,
un Dix*»*, » ur-
- Oregon.
E. Hayter’s
for
Dry Goods.
.b u n d s
T a to in .
Real Estate and Insurance«
Monmouth,
Q«B(in-
Polk County Bank
m o x m o v th
,
0Ri) f ' .
I>o»« a general banking1' _ ^
;*»
t>rahs on New X ork - » n , , tofbi >
land. I*ej*o«its recened *ubJ
' ,* »
on i-ertifH•*»«■* of d f p"«1»-
j,,,;,—
receive prom pt attention.
■
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m. t<» •"} p. in. Halts
cured h>t Yale Time lock.