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i :Friday, January 14, 1927 Young Wife Afraid Complete Address to Eat Anything s. Gruskln, New London, Conn., "I was afraid to eat because I al- hardware merchant, recently received ways had stomach tloable after- a hqter addressed as fHlows. wards. Since taking Adlcrika I can eat and feel fine." (signed) Mrs. A. Howard. ONE spoonful Adlerika removes GAS and often brings sur- prising relief to the stomach. Stops that full, bloated feeling. Removes old waste matter from intestine&apos; which you never thought was in your system. Excellent for obstinate con- stipation.Camp=Riley Drug Co. The Kittitas reclamation project will receive a $2,000,000 federal building appropriatmn. l .T. BASCOM LAWYER Practices in All Courts Monroe, Washington I Office Phone White 819 Residence Phone Red 1122 G. F. COOK LAWYER Notary Public 321 Stokes Building Everett, Washington [ =, I" II [ "Mr. S. Gruskln Hardware and Household Utensils, Paints, Glass, Seeds, Wire, Fencings, Roofing Paper, Tel. connection, 615 Bank street, New London. Conn., America." The letter was from a writer in Europe who had copied Mr. Gruskln's letterhead, word for word, and who believed that all the words were nec- essary for the proper address.Good Hardware. Honesty Still Best Policy Why are nice women nice? Because of the knowledge that being nice pays, and is easier than being tough. The greatest sermon ever written, or ever will be written, is that honesty is the best policy. No one man wrote this sermon; all men lived, proved it. Tho0e who violate the sermon know better; they are actuated by meanness, recklessness. Many of them are put In Jail; a few hanged; all punished in one way or another.--E. W. Howe's Monthly. PERCY P. COOLEY, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Monroe Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 Office Over Frst National Bank Building DR. A. M. ZAREMBA Dentist Monroe National Bank Bldg. MONROE, WASHINGTON DR. C: W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block. Monroe Minard Allison, M. D. Physicia n and Surgeon Office at Monroe General Hospital Phones: Office 281--Res. 1741 I R. U. JEFFERY, M. D. physician and Surgeon Office Monroe General Hospital Phone: Offlce, 231; Res., 151 i i [ a MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY Two Daily Deliveries Whipping Cream that will Whip All Orders Promptly Filled Milk from T. B. Tested Cows L. A. KEECH Telephone 36J1 Monroe C. H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 693 Best and Prompt Service " Snohomish, Wash., PLUMBING OR SHEET METAL WORK THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. Monroe E. E. Purdy & Sons ] UNDERTAKERS -- Telephone 131 -- Snohomish Office -- Phone 422 Monroe, Washington Since You're So Wise From a ladles' paper: "When tile gay bard of Avon fondly Inquired, 'What so rare as a day in June?' he was probably thinking of the smiles and tears and tenderness of the wed dlng day." Now tell us what James Russell Lowell was thinking of when he wrote "To be or not to be."--Boston Tran. script. Three Fish Stories "After three hours and a half we landed hhn, and he tipped the scale at Just 275 pounds." "Anyone fishing off this property will be severely prosecuted." "I tell you it was the finest filet ot sole I ever tasted, and for the three of us it came to only 90 cents." Walla Walla--Postal reeeipt for Nov, ember gained 10.5 per cent. over November, 1925. IIIIII [ IIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIII[ llSlllllllll[lllllllllllllt |11111111111111111111111 la$$i|Jd i WANTED--Work caring for baby after school and week-ends. Janice Handley. 43t3" WANTED -.- Sewing. Mrs. J. N. Cooper, 321 Madison St., Monroe. 42tA* FOR SALE RANCH FOR SALE--20 acres, 7 acres under cultivation, 6 roona hose, good sized barn; woodshed, arage and washroom under same roof. Two milch cows, one first-class! work horse, 300 chickens, farming tools; furni'ture and cooking outfit I included in offering. Three miles from Monroe in Wagner Mill district.! A snap for the man with" a little ready cash. John Marteneon, R. F.I D. 2, Monroe. 44t3" FOR SALE Eight thoroughbred Chinchilla 'does, six months old. i Swan Edlund, Wagner Mill. 43t4' FOR SALE--Story & Clarke piano, excellent condition; beautiful wal- nut case. Call at 234 Ferry street or phone 1763. 39tf FOR SALE--Registered English Set- ter, eighteen months old. Broke for hunting. See Dr. C, A. Strand- berg. 42t3 FOR SALE--White Minorca Cock- erels, pure blood. If crossed with White Leghorn, produces larger bird and larger egg. P. H. Calligan, Puy.. allup, Wash., R. F. D. 1, Box 78. 33-49 MISGELLANEOUS FOUND-- Pair spectacles: Owner can recover same by calling at this office, proving ownership and paying l for advertising same, 442 Two Deliveries Daily-- LEARN MODERN BARBERING-- Have You Milk Delivered Moler graduatcs always in demand at Two Deliveries Daily-- top wages. We placed over 3,000 in MORNING AND EVENING good positions in 11 months. We can W. A. NICKEL do the.same for you in a few weeks' course. You make some pay while Phone 471 :: Monroe learning. We own and operate our ---P own barber shops. 36 schools in the U. S. A. and Canada. Call or write for calalog. MOLER BARBER COL- LEGE. Beginners' Dept., 30 chai.rs. Finishing Dept., 35 chairs. 223 Occi- dental Ave., Seattle, 105 Stewart St. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State Glasses, S1.50 $2.50--$5.00 of Washington For Snohomish County. o E. WILLIAMS, Jeweler In the Mtter of the Estate of Wil- nroe :" WashIlgJ;oD liam Dwyer, Deceased. No. 7478. Notice i's hereby given by the un- j.j.^ dersigned, Ellsworth L. Purdy, Ad- L P. Kma., ministrator of the estate of William Dwyer, Deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhi, bit them with the necessary vouchers within six (6) months after the first publication of this notice, to said Ellsworth L. Purdy, at his office, Main Street, Monroe, Washington, or upon G. L. Snyder, 10 Hill Street, monroe, Washington, his Attorney of Record, and file such claim with the proof of such service in the office of Clerk of the above entitled, Court at the Court House in Everett, Sno- h0mish County,-Washington, qr be I, mm Iue  Oanaes forever barred rom the collection of IbdsmutimtldYelkwaImlTee such claims. ........ uC ELLSWoRTH L. PURDY, Administrator. TRY A MONITOR WAI AD-- First lub., Jan. 7, 1927. BMALL BUT EFFICIENT. Last pub., Jan. 21, 1927. THE MONROE MONITOR--Monroe, Washington H'S--T H=----E D DAD-?'> < .oTE.00 o. > < H,nHW0000 i I FDDM THE IAI AUTOMOBILE i2.U5 N OF OF THE WASHJ January 10, 1927. The North Bank Highway is block- ed at Carson on account of a slide from Sand Mountain. There is a de- tour via St. Martin's Springs, but it is extremely bad. This detour will be in effect for probably a week. It is advisable to travel over th Co- lumbia River Highway. The Swinomi, sh slough bridge be- tween Mt. Vernon and Anacorte% which has been closed for repairs, is again open to traffic. O the National Park" Highway the road is in good condition to Long- mire, but chains are advisable. There is about 18 inches of snow at Long- mire and 8 feet of snow at Para- dise. The National Park Inn at Longmire and camp service buildings at Paradise will be open all winter. On the Stevens Pass Highway it m impossible to drive beyond Sky- komish. " Cars can get that ;ar, how- ever, without any great difficulty, altho the road is quite rough. Snoqualmie Pass has been closed for the season and barriers have been placed at Denny Creek on the west side and near Easton on the east side. The winter route to Eastern Wasb- ington is now via Portland over the Columbia River Highway, ferrying at Irrigon t9 Patterson or Umatilla to Plymouth, or driving from Per,- dleton to Walla Walla. Motorists are advised to drive care- fully between Ellensburg and Yakiana as small slides may occur after rains. On the Navy Yard Highway be- tween Bremerton and Belfair, a dis- tance of 15 miles, the road is very muddy. However, cars are getting thru without difficulty. There is also Page Seven Wood Coal PLANER ENDS $5.00 Load Phone 371 Furniture and Piano Moving. Local and Long Distance. Experienced Drivers. All Work Guaranteed MONROE TRANSFER & FUEL COMPANY Monroe General Hospital -.FOR-- Medical, Surgical and Confinement C00ses construction work in progress from Uni'on City west to the Olympic Highway. This stretch is rough but easily passable, v Equip There is a one way temporary X-Ra. ment bridge over a slough three miles north of Mt. Vernon on the Pacif':c Highway. The approaches are quite rough. LongviewwThe Hart Construction Co. is building foundations for four Washington paper mills--at Shelton, Tumwater, Tacoma and Longview. Washington has spent $90,000,000 in improving 2,735 out of 3,299 miles of state highways. A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR PATIENTS OF-- MINARD ALLISON, M. D. R. U. JEFFERY, M. D. Monroe, Washington Associated /i ETHYL Gasoline {A revolutionary combination] .3ore power-less&ear shifting / More power because Associated Ethyl Gasoline puts the carbon in your engine to work ! Your motor takes on new !ife. As to gear-shifting--second- gear hills melt away on high. Steep hills are conquered with a greatly delay- ed shift to second or first. Associated Ethyl Gasoline is regular sustained quality Associated Gasoline [with its distinctive chain of boiling points] to which has been blended a small quantity of Ethyl brand of Anti-Knock compound. Ethyl--the resuh of seven years of experimenting by the General Motors Corporation. 004dditional outstanding points: :i II STOPS THAT "'KNOCK"-- whether on hills or in slow traffic. Stops "bucking" when creep. ing ,along, and permits sudden acceleration. Faster pickup, less tendency to overheat. g The addition of Ethyl compound does not change the high quality of Associated gasoline. It merely creates, within the motor, improved conditions ofcombustlon, so that the gasoline / is able to fimction to its full capabilities. The color of Associated Ethyl Gasoline is red. But it does not follow that all "red" colored gaso- lines are Ethyl gasolines. For your protection, fill from Associated Ethyl Gasoline pumps at Associated service stations ot" at the best inde- pendent dealers who display pumps painted with red,green and cream diamonds. Try a tank full today,! " lssoaated Ethyl Gasoline is sold [or  cents above the regulaW market price o/ gaolino Licensed by Ethyl Gasoline Corporation . ,:'?,;i ' ,?/ am., Dautlo. o/ Auoda qFyl Gasoline with other guoliue ddlray, its ffec'tivcness. It is -thfor imp#e- taut to have gasoliue taull as empty as possible be/ore filli with Lsso Bth-yl Gatolia OIL COMPANY S'ustai.d Quality Prodts , out that ASSOCIATED |47C SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Washin'ton in and for the County uf Snehomish. William G. Brown, Plaintiff, vs. W S. James and Jane Doe James, his wife on January 14th, 1904, and also the unknown heirs of any of defendants deceased, "Also all oth, er persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the lands de- scribed in the complaint herein" adverse to plaintiff's ownership c" any cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto, Defendants. No..-- The State of Washington to "the said defendants and each of them: You and each of you are hereby/ summoned to appear withh sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of thi a summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 14th day of January, 1927, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the corn- of the plaintiff and serve d copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered against you accord ing to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. That the object and purpose of this action is to quiet title in plaintiff and to remove any cloud that may be on the following described premises, to-wi't: Lats five (5)., six (6), seven (7) and eight (8) in block three (3) of Queen Ann addition to the City of Everett, said county, and to ob- tain an order and decree of said court to the effect that you and each of you have no right, title, claim or interest in or to said premi'ses or any Rart thereof, and that you will he forever enjoined and debarrecl from asserting any claim whatso, ever in or to said premises or any part thereof adverse to plaintiff's ownership. Date o:f first publi.cation, January 14th, 1927. COLEMAN & FOGARTY, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice Address, 16-21 Walsh Blk., Everett,. Washington, First pub., Jan. 14, 1927. Last pub., Feb. 18, 1927. Stenographers m,i,..,.im,mi,,mm,i,,im Receive g o o d salaries, pleasant work and excellent chance for pro- motion to high positions, We have many positions open for young ladies to assist with housework in exchange for room and board and small wages while attending school. Write today for informa- tion. Success Business College , Seattle, Wash. Freshly laundered linens will help any man and .woman look their best. And they'll feel better about i too, if they are not overcharged. Our expert laundry workers treat your clothes and lin- ens wi. th consideration. Phone us to call--why don't you ? Look Foe Suds & Duds MONROE LAUNDRY Cor. Ann and Fremont Sts. Phone 1641 Wltl 1F:ll00l00 MEET HNOI W41 TRY A MONITOR WANT AD.- SMALL BUT EFFICIENT.