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:Friday, January 14, 1927 I .... s THE MONR0"E MONITOR--,Monroe, Washington I I I II Ill II I P s'e Three III 3" I i 1 i I b .t V PYORRHEA AND HEALTHJ Board of Heal%h Submits Fol- lowing.. Short..' Treatise.. on This Nation-Wide Disease --Causes Other Disorders... The di.scovery of relationship be- tween ill health and pyorrhea is by no means recent. It has received usual mention in the older litera- ture for centuries, by practitioners of medicine ad dentistry. It has been only in th: last decade that the subject of pyorrhea has received the promi.nence that it well deserves in its relationship to systemic disease. Clinical experiments have definite- ly and de:.idedly proved that in many ystemic disturbances, the mouth trod teeth wcr, the sole cause of the same. The cl,mri.ng up or elimin-- lion of thes: many diseases, such as rheumatism, joint diseases, inflamed eyes, losu of weight, and a score of i other s",'..mi t.onditions too numer- ous to mention, have been cleared up Charter No. 9473 by the removal of the pyorrheal in- fection. In the :past and until a compara- ti.vcly few years ago,. pyorrhea was treated with varying success, while n)w, after a great deal of research work, we find many cases which here- tofore were unsuccessfully, treated and that now can be Cured, with the greatest degree of Success:. This suc-I tess usually varies in proportion tel the sldlt and 'knowledge of the operator. Pyorrhea is rarely due to one cause alone. Of the many causes in an overwhelming majority of cases it is due to one chief cause and several contributing causes. The more im- i,ort'tnt causes are mechanical condi- tions which expose the gmns r(3)eal- edly to injury or to the irritating:: effects of putrefyi.ng food material secretion% etc.; systemic or local conditions which increase the sus,..ep- tibility of the gums to infection and finally infection itself. The ucccss- ful treatment of pyorrhea depvnds upon the removal of each abncrmai condition which takes place in its etiology (or cause). Many people seem to be under th nnpression that no permanent cure can be obtained in the treatment o; pyorrhea. Thisj however, i.s not true, as this disehse is one that c'm n(n be. treated and cured With absolute Success. FRANK G. BURRELL, D. M. D. Dental Department, State Board of Health. Reserve District No. 12 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE MONROE NATIONAL BANK At Monroe, in the State of Washimton. t the close of business o December 31, 1926 RESOURCES Loans  and discounts, including rediscounts, accept- ances of other banks, and foreign bills of ex- change or drafts, sold with indorsement of this bank (except those shown in Item l-b) .................. $167,433.61 Total loans ........................................................................................ 167,433.61 U. S. Government Securities Owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S.bond's par value) $25,000.00 All other United States Government securities (including premiums, ifany) ................................................ $585.00 Total .................................................................................................... 25,585.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned: .................................. 53,936.34 Banking 'House, $5,500.00; Furniture and Fixtures, $1,500.00 ........ 7,000.00 Real estate owned other than banking house .................................. 6,000.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .................................. 19,027.00 Cash in vault and amount due from national banks .................... 71,097.99 Checks on other banks in tim same city or town as reporting bank (other than Item 12) .............. : ............................................... 159.33 Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 ........................ $71,257.32 Miscellaneous cash items .......................................................... $917,73 917.73 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer ............... , .............................................................. 1,250.00 Total' .................................................................................................... $352,407.00 LIABILITIES Capital stock laid in ...................................................................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund ............................................................  ..................... 5,000.00 Undivided profits .............................................. $5,529.36 $5,529.36 5,529.36 Circulating notes outstanding .............................................................. 25,000.00 Certified checks outstanding ................................................................ 1,685.80 Total of Items 24, 25, 26, and 28 ................................ $1,685.80 Demand depasits (other titan bah deposits) subject to Reserve (deposits payable yithin 30 days): Idividual deposits subject to check .................................................. 120,064.96 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (ether than A (for money borrowed) ........................... ' ............................................. 4,333.t State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge of assets of this bank or surety bond .......................................... 19,257.33 Dividends unpaid .................................................................................. 789.00 Total of demand' deposits (other than bank depo.sits) subject to Reserve. Items 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, and 34 .............. $144,445.14 Time deposits#subject to Reserve (payable after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savings): Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) .......... 33,451.50 Other time deposits ................................................................................ 110,011.97 Postal savings deposits .......................................................................... 2,283.23 Total of time deposits, subject to Reserve, Items 35, 36, 37, and 38 ............................................ $145,746.70 Total .................................................................................................... $352,407.00 State of Washington, County of Snohomish, ss.: I, Whit H. Clark, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. WHIT H. CLARK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of January, 1926. (Seal) ROY W. JELLISON, Notary Public. Correct--Attest: Arthur Bailey, C. L. Barlow, O. G. Dorcas, Directors. Charter Number 9372 Reserve District No. 12 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Monroe, in the State of Washington, at the close of business on December 31, 1926 RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, accept- ances of other banks, and foreign bills of ex- change or drafts, sold with indorsement of this bank (except those shown in Item l-b) .................... $ 62,486.68 Total loans ............................................................................................ $ 62,486.68 U. S. Government Securities Owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. Bonds par value)' . ..................................................................... $7,000.00 All vther United States government securities (including premiums, if any) ........................................ $434.70 Total .................................................................................................... 7,434.70 Other bonds, scecks, securities, etc., owned: .................................... 368,262.25 Banking House, none; Furniture and Fixteures, $2,000.00 ...... 2,000.00 leal estate owned other than banking house .................................... 875.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .................................... 25,000.00 Cash in vault and due from national banks .................................. 93,880.38 Checks on other banks in the same city or lawn ag reporting bank, other than Item 12) .......................................................... 1,243.02 Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 ........................ $95,123.40 Miscellaneous cash items ............................................ 9.10 9.10 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer cad due from U. S.. Treasurer ................................................................................ 350.00 Total .................................................................................................... $561,541.13 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in ............................................................................ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund ............................................................................................ 5,000.00 Undivided profits...f ................................................ : ............................... 435.57 :Reserved for taxes interest, etc., accrued .................................... 2,733.28 Circulating notes outstanding .............................................................. 7,000.00 Certified checks outstanding ................................................................ 11,708.42 Total of Items 24, 25, 26, 27, and 28 ...................... $11,708.42 Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days): Individual deposits subject to check....: ........................................... 201,631,37 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) ................................................ 8,186.57 State, cou'nty, or ether municipal deposits secured by pledge of assets of this bank or surety bond .............. : ........................... 11,689.27 Dividends unpaid .................................................................................. 5,000.00 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reservt, Items 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, and 34 ............ $226,507.21 Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) .......... 47,686.20 Other time depomts .................................................................................... 235,015.26 Postal savings deposit ............................................. : ............... : ........... 455,19 Total oflme d'eposits subject to Reserve, : Items 85, 36; 37, and 38 ................................................ $283,156,65 Total ........................... ."...'. ................ : ................................................. $561,541.13 State of Washington, county of Snohomish, ss: ,, I, Roy W. Jvllison,' cashier of the above-named batik, do solemnly.swear that the above statement is true to the best of mY knowledge and belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6thda E of January, 1927. (Seal) ' H.B. BROWN. Notary Public. Correct--Attest: E.M. Stephens, George Wagner, J. A. Norway, Directors DISTRIBUTION WITHOUT All Prices Listed Below Are Good Until Feb. 1st Phone 1061 Store No. 273 Monroe, Wash. Flour Canned Goods Laundry Supplies KENNEWICK HARD STANDARD PACK ARGO GLOSS STARCH WHEAT FLOUR SWEET CORN I pound packages. ' SoldLa"a'estonlySellero,t itsnmerits.the market. 3 .............. : ..................... 29  packa.ges ........................... 29c w00sm00o 49-pound sack $139 La,'e 2'2 stand,ird pack Cal- POWDER ifornia Tomatoes. Large Package Cereals c,,ns .................................... 39c ........................ 8S ALBER'S CREAM PINEAPPLE CRYSTAL'WHITE SOAP ROLLED OATS Large No. 2V.2 cans. S)eciai The Billion Bubble SoaI summer pack fruit from Haw- 9 pound ba" ................ . ....... 40 iian Islands. ]0 bars ..................................  CORN MEAL 4 cans .................................... 75C LUX OR RINSe Eastern fresh stock. Yellow Large Packages or white. Sy SYRUP KELLOGG'S NEW OATA SKAGOS CANE MAPLE 10 bars .................................. 90 A delicious cereal; cooks ia Best Qualiy three minutes. 2V2 pound cans ................... 49 Peanut Butter [ 2 lb. 10 oz. packages ......... 250 5 pound cans ....................... 89 SUNNY .TIM BRAND [ Coffee Shortening ,oun0000 ............................... 39e LARD Our Best Blend FIT's Wild Rose Lard 1 pound....: ........................... 53 Misellaneous00 9 pound pail .................. $1.69 3 pounds ........................... $1.49 . IaTOHE S BUTCHER'S STERIAL PEABERRY COFFEE In Bulk 3 pounds .......................... $1.39 Per carton ............................. |0 CHEESE 4 pounds ............................... 0 Rice! eea]! Dried Frit Kraft's Full Cream SNOW DRIFT : Elkhorn Brand A Pure Vegetable. Shortening BLUE ROSE FANCY HEAD RICE . Per pound ............................ 280 4 pound pail ....................... 85o lO pounds ....... 79 0000.Axs Baking Powder The Perfect Corn Oil 10 pounds ............................. 65 CALUMET Quart can ............................. 49 RAISINS % gallon can ....................... 93 f Fresh, New Crop 1 pound can .............. : .......... 2(} 15 oz. packages. Thompson 2 pound can .................... 59 Seedless. Bacon 3 packages ............. i. ............ 29 CRESCENTpow.Dle.RBAKING MORRELL'S EASTERN 25 lb. box ......................... $1.79 1 pound can..i ...................... 29f BACON PRUNES 3 pound can ......................... 79f ] Per pound ............................ 0 Large Tree Ripened Fruit INSTANT POSTUM PICNIC HAMS 5 pounds ............................... 49  Large Tins ] Eastern Sugar Cured 10 pounds ............................. 95 f Each ..................................... 39 DATES pou.d ............................ 24, o, CrOp, Clean Stock 3 Bread ] MORRELL'S PRIDE 2 pounds ............................... '2  Large 1/ pound wrapped LARGE HAMS WHITE FIGS loaves. 1 r. pou;00a ............................ 35o  pounds .............................. 39  3 loaves ................................ 25 J We Deliver Inside the City Limits. A $5.00 Order Delivered Free. We Deliver Under $5.00 a' 10e Delivery Charge. We will fill your Mail Orders. Mail them in and get the benefit of these very good prices. ' We are open until 9:00 o'clock Saturday evening DAN CUPID SCORES AGAIN .=.====......= Ernes Phillips of Monroe En- aged to Miss Mabel Luvaas of Moscow, Idaho--Congrat- ulations Are in Order. The following is taken from the Pullman, Wash., Evergreen, of re- cent date: "Dan Cupid has added two more names to his long list. They are those of Ernest Phillips and Mabel Luvaas, of Moscow. The engage- ment was announced at the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house Monday evening. Mr. Phillips is a senior." Ernest is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Pbills, who made their home in Monroe for a long time, and until recently, when they removed to i Everett. Miss Luvaas is the second eldest d,aughter of one of Idaho's oldest famflms, her father being one I of the largest wheat growers of that district of the state of Idaho. The Monitor extend congratulations to all concerned.  SeattleA new national park vroposed, with a $75,000 power pro- ject, in the Cascades, reaching north into Canada. The county fair grounds at Elms will have $5,500 for improvements. LET US DO YOUR PRINTING Mark it on Your Calendar Mark it on Your Calendar This Month RURAL :i AT EVERETT IS Wednesday, Dec. 19 Thousands of Rural Day Specials 'combined with the various January Clearance Sales now in progress in the various stores will make Rural Day this month one of exceptional importance. Be sure and come and be sure and tell your friends. Next Wednesday the day--Everett the place.