Disc Cultivators Are a necessity now as much so as a drag harrow was in -the early days of farm ing in this valley. We handle the DEERE the best on the market. Walking Plows Are the kind you want on a small place and you want The Best. We have them, THE DEERE. We have Gang and Sulkey plows for large farms. Get our Prices. J. E. WINEGAR & CO. ifi Monmouth Heights. Mrs. E. Clark was called to Salem Tuesday last. Allie Griffith made a special trip to the county seat Tuesday. Miss West, of Monmouth, was a guest of Miss Amy Chaney Sunday. Allen Towns was in Dallas Fri day combining business with pleasure. Supt Harry Seymour was a pleasant caller at the Sunny Slope school Tuesday last. W. M. Riddell and sons have over fourteen hundred thorough bred goats and sheep. L. Rogers and wife, of Dallas, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Towns Tuesday. Mrs. Rose Herren is visitiug her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Simpson near Albauy. W. A. Messner and wife, of Independence, visited with Mr. and Mrs, Wunder Tuesday. Geo Bingham, wife and small child, of Monmouth, spent Sun day with Herman Wunder and family. Mr. S. C. Graham, of Salem, was in this community Friday representing the Oregon or State nursery. Milt Bosley and wife ate Thanksgiving dinner in Mon mouth with their daughter Mrs. Frona Housman. . Luther Grounds accompanied by Grant Heffley, of the 0. S. N. S. city, surveyed for Noah Hef fly the first of the past week. Noah Heffly has a number of the neighbors helping him to grub and clean off ten acres of land which he will set out to apples in the spring. A sign has been painted and hung conspicously in front of the new school house in District No. 67. The placard reads thus: Please clean your feet School Officers Convention The School Officers Conven tion will be held in Dallas, at the Court House at 10 a.m'. on Saturday, December 5th, 1908. The list ot subjects which have been suggested by the dif ferent school officers is given below. These will be taken up and discussed in an informal manner, as there is no set pro gram. The chairman of each board or some member whom he may appoint will receive $2 as com pensation for attending the con vention and we hope that every district will be represented. The chairmen of several school boards have informed us that their boards would attend in a body and would use the $2 for expenses for lunch, etc. State Superintendent J. H. Ackerman will be present and will aid in the discussions in whatever way you may wish, also several other prominent educators will be present. As you know this is the year the legislature meets and since there are several changes which may be made in the school laws and as the School Officers' Con ventions of the county have in the past passed resolutions which have had some effct upon legislation, it is desired that you attend and take part in the dis cussion of any subject in which you may be interested and lend your aid in bettering the school condition of the county and state. Since there is a big days work before the convention come early and invite your teacher or teachers, your neighbors and friends, to attend and assist in the convention in any manner they may see fit. Remember the date, Saturday December 5th. 1908. Yours for a successful con vention. C- L. Hawley, President. H. C. Seymour. Secretary. HOME BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies. Cake, etc Constantly on hand. Boston baked beans, hot soup and other Home Cookery. Our motto "Home Made" Mrs. Brewster, proprietor. For Sale At the Monmouth Nurseries. Choice and Extra Choice, high grade English Wallnuts from one to four years old. Place your orders early and secure the Choicest of Stock. W. H. Pakrish. A. B. WESTFALL Painter and Paper Hanger Monmouth Oregon Contest Report. In this column will beg' ven the standsng of the different candi dates each week: Miss Anna Troedsen, 510 Miss Mary Murphy 400 Miss Jessie Hyde 200 Miss Bonetta Tucker 200 All Hafts at Cosfc At the Millinery Store Now is Your Chance To get a SWELL Hat at a SMALL Price For Sale. One of the nicest residences in Monmouth, 12 rooms, hot and cold water, bath and pantry. Furnace heat. Four lots, some fruit trees and shrubbery to gether with almost entire furnish ings for $2500. Terms can be given on a part of this. Enquire of the Polk County Realty Co., at the Herald office. This price is far below real value and will only stand for a short time. w. o. w. Monmouth Camp No. 49 Meets every Wednesday night. Visiting Neighbors cordially welcomed. P. H. Johnsox, C. C. O. A. WOLVKRTON, CLKRK Lamps and fixtures, electric irons, chafing dishes, broilers, heaters and electric motors of all kinds. Wireing scientifically done in all its branches. Elec tric lights installed. Estimates furnished on short notice. Phone Main 98. V. D. Butler. Zook, the paper hanger will do your painting.