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Your Home Furnished Complete
Your salary need not be lame, for under our Prt"SPfcy
nay have all the comforts of a home with small burden jou f. You can
have no idea of the liberality of our terms or the fairness of our prices, or the
f t . i ii ..(-.! tmi hnvf visitp.fi our store.
attractions ot tne mings wc jci., uum
Why you should own a Sturgess (Jo-Cart. It
naves you money. It is a baby carriage and fold
ing go-cart in one. It permits the child to lie
Hat, incline at any angle or sit up. Its wheels
track perfectly and is propelled with greatest
catte. It is hygienic, and in general construction
in mechanically perfect. The only go-cart on the
market that wheels and all fold with only one
motion. No picture does it justice. The baby
cries for it. Try to put him into any other cart
after he has tried a Sturgess.
V. .K C. U
Are you domZ what you can to POPULATE YOUR STATE?
OREGON HEEDS PEOFLE-Settlere, honest fanners, n echanics
merchants, clerks, people with brains, strong hands and a willing heart
SKg".of OrSlon literatures the East for distribution through
Southern Pacific Co. Lines in Oregon
U'egon Dy sen iiiiK " ..,, We will be alad to bear the expense
I.? )NMT TICKETS will be on sale during September and Oc
tober frornTe eL?I all P..in t. in Oregon. The fares from a few prin-
cipal cities are as iouuwo
From Denver $30.00
" Omaha 80.o
.. r.ftv 80 00
" St. Louis 85 60
TICKETS CAN BE PREPAID
furnished by telestraph.
G. A. WILCOX, LOCAL AGENT, INDEPENDENCE, OBEQO
WM. McMUBRAY, General Passenger Agent
E. H. NACHANV
T have recently located In this city and am prepared to do all kinds of House,
L anTcarriage Painting, Paper Hanging, Glaring, etc. My price, are
reMo'nable and I guarantee satisfaction. Estimate, free.y furmsbed.
Leave Orders witH Bice OX Cnlbreath
or telephone Main 49.
0' PLl IT
Portiera and draperies fortlie home
of the Fall brido. The Fall bride's
homo should lie mado so nice and
inviting that housekeeping will lc
but a continuation of the honey
moon. Nothing will do it better
tlwn draperies of various kind,
and nowhere can you find better
draperies than right here. Our
selections are large, patterns and
designs complete and quality
well, when it conies from Buren &
Hamilton's no question about its
it min it lit j.1 hMiiiiiii
' - L 1 11 M IA W ISA a f. It IU f U IM 1 1 1
From Louisville $41.70
New York 55.00
Your opportunity for floor cover
ing is now at hand. Every possible
need and desire, no matter how am
bitious, can be met in the floor cov
ering line at Buren & Hamilton's.
Our sto:k of lino carpets, rugs and
linoleums is simply inex
bring your floor covering
wants here Wo will fig
ure with you and make you
the very best possible price.
Workmanship and quality
guaranieea; inspect iwcw
Are you interested in the Wall
Paper subject? Almost everyone
is, and as a result, everyone should
make it a point to inspect the
magnificent wall coverings that we
havo gathered for the 1908 fall sea
son. Here you will find the
choicest patterns brought out by
dozens of the leading makers at
home and abroad. Here you will
find the pressed paper, the taentry
papers, the gold papers, in fully a
thousand and one different de
signs. Hore you will find papers
to match your furnishings, your
paints, your woodworks, your taste
und your purse
H. Hirschberg, Pres. A. Nelson,
Independence National Bank
Transacts a General
Interest Paid on
Directors: H. Hiraobberg, A.
Smith and J.
Rates $2.00 Per Day
Dallas Steam Laundry
Best "Work Guaranteed
Basket leaves Tuesday 6 p m and returns Friday
Olee Robinson jgent
Vice Pres. C. W. Irvine, Cash.
- Banking Business
Nelnem, D. W. Semra, . B. P.
Free Baths to Guests
BUSY MS AT
Th i.Kning orrki of th Orrs0,
Hute Normal KcIkxiI at Monmouth
sve Ixn rt-ry bwf ones. Tlie en
rollment during the first ek en
eoiiraieiiiK, At r-Mrnt ovr a bun
drwl atudcuta are rrKilrt-d, and hy
the t-nd of the wk a atwdent My
to rlM that of previous )fra is
nti ipll. The Normal ojwned
wk earlit-r this year than was cus
tomary at Monmouth, in order to con
form to the uniform calendar for trie
thrwi normal ik IiOoU of the stale.
Monmouth has been esjx'ially for
tunate in securing new instructors in
several department. A. I- I"KK
formerly !reident of the Central Ore
gon Hlate Normal sthofd at Drain,
has charge of mathematics and liook-
keeping; W. F. Fargo, formerly of He
Minnville College, and for the pt two
years head of the acience dciartment
of the Pendleton Iligti fcnooi, nas vi
ology and the physical sciences.
A nception to new students was
tendered by the social committee of
the faculty, assisted by the 1 Kal or
sanitation of the Y. W. C. A., in the
normal asembly hall, on the evening
of September 16th. The number of
townspeople and old students present
nnr.t;aiiv mreived the newcomers. Af-
ter an informal entertainment the i
W. C. A. girla served delicioua punch
,vji v. i"
The evening's good time ended by all
ioinine in singing jolly college songs
The athletic committee is already at
work. Football and men's and worn
en's basketball teams are being ar
ranged for, and the gymnasium being
put in good working order, under the
supervision of the athletic committee
The Normal Society for Men has or
eaaized with good attendance.
strong year i promised under the di
rcction of Mr. Briggs.
Th IVlnhian. the iunior of the
voune ladies' societies, has already in
itiated fifteen new members. .
The Vespertines and Normals held
their annual jollification in the gym
nasium on the first Friday evening
The first regular program of the Ves
pertines was given on Friday evening
September 25th. A large number
new students will be ushered into Ves
nertinedom at the next meeting.
Th titiiior class of the normal
lwrs over thirty and al
ready meetings are spirited..
Miss Frances Gage, general secre
tary of the Y. W. C. A. for the Fa
cine northwest, was a welcome visitor
at Monmouth over Sunday. A meet
ing of the advisory board was held at
Mrs. L. A. Kobinson's on Saturday
vninff and Dlans for the year's work
here were made. On Sunday after
noon Miss Gage gave an interesting
talk to a large number of students at
the regular meeting of the associa
tion. At the evening service of the
rViriatian church she addressed the
congregation on the scope and work
of the Y. V. C. A. in our country
the present time.
The Young People's Society
Christian Endeavor was host at an in
formal social gathering in the church
parlors on Friday evening, Sept. 24th
The scheme of the entertainment was
Japanese. After several literary and
musical numbers, charming make-be
lieve Japanese maidens served refresh
ments acosrding to the manner in the
land nf the cherrv blossom. The
evening proved a most enjoyable one.
The nonmal school training depart
ment was formally opened to the pub
lie school children on Monday, Sept
21sc. Registration will not be com
nlRt.fi until the end of the second
week owing to the unusually early
opening. Principal L. K. Traver and
the critic teachers weee on hand Sept,
14th, and were busy all the week mak
ing plans for lessons and necessary im
nmvements in the schoolrooms. The
critio teachers are: Miss Ruby E,
Shearer, primary; Miss Grace W,
Whitehouse, 3d and 4th grades; Miss
Florence Bowden, 5th and 6th grades;
Miss Roma G. Stafford, 7th and 8th
NOTICE TO HDNTEKS.
Notice is hereby given to all hunters
of Polk county and elsewhere that
hunting will not be permitted on the
. i j . n
premises ot tne unaersigneu. au
former privileges are hereby revoKea.
PeoDle shooting along the Stewart
lane are especially warned in this no
tice. J. H. Collins R. Springer
W. M. Fugate Harry D. Iliff
W. H. Cockle Chas. S. Iliff
Maude Iliff M. W.Mix
LU HEWITT, M. D.
I'hyilcian and Hurjrwon
Offlrt la Coop' Hulldlof, rmotn I
Ultk honri. 0 oi. to 13 m.
an l Z to 0 p.
m. C!!t r.werea s'.c&t
HOMF.lt tXifMJK Sa. 4AK MP
Mm la vry Mon. night
la K. I. Hall,
M. iMu, O. C
V. fUeiiadaon, K.H MlJ 8.
B. F. JONES
A TTOIiXJ! l'-A T'LA IF
Offlr otairt InCoopfr Blk
MATTISON & HART.
CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND
Neil door lo Knos Grocery
W. BJ ALLIN, D. D. S.
faJalaaa Eltraclioa Uoopar Balldln,
McMlnnvllle, : : : : Oregon
Chas. Gregory. Jtgt., Dallas. Ore.
California Medicated Soap
Th bt for aorea. ehappwl banda
Mrs. J. W. Richardson, Sr.
Monmouth BL. lndependenesOr.
Plys beiweeu ludependeuce nd Sal
em dailv except runday. passenger
and fn-ight business soliclterf.
Lave Independence : wujua.ni.
Leave Halem : 3 :15 p. m.
Geo. Skinner - Skipier
and Hitching Shed
Jones Big New Barn
Teams 10c, Saddle Horse 5e
Rigs as well as teams kept in
the dry. Horses boarded b
day, week or month.
j. n. Jones, mmmm
G L Hawkins
Monuments and Bead
I will sell
But I will list only property
that can be sold at a reasona
bly low price. Don't ask me
to list yours if you want the
earth for it. It will move if
your price is right.
Chas. E. Hicks
Bath Room in Con
nection C STREET
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, as administrator of the estate of
Theron Albion Ireland, deceased, bas
filed his final account In the County
Court of the state of Oregon for Polk
County, and that Saturday, the 26tb
day of September, 1908, at the hoar of
ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
at the court room of the said county in
the eity of Dallas, Oregon, has been
appointed by said court as the time
and place for the bearing of objections
to the said final account said the
WILLIAM H. IRELAND,
Administrator of the estate of
Theron Albion Ireland, deceased.
Oscar Hayter, Attorney.
Dated and first published August 27,