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" i We Pay the Freight ........ i We will Day the freight to Monroe on all goods purchased at our ; store, delivering the same at the depot free of charge. We have a large stock of CENTER TABLES, FANCY DESKS, FANCY ROCKERS, IRON BEDSTEADS, COUCHES, LACE CUR- TAINS, SCREENS. Reduced prices. Everything first class, i @ j SNOHOMISH FURNITURE COMPANY ,##$$$$$######### ##$###;$######### i ..... PEARL&apos;S SHOE 00TORE i ; SLIPPERS FOR THE LADIES Our Fur Trimmed. Warm Lined Slippers, Felt Slippers All Kinds of Slippers. ' @$ We have the famous JULIA MARLOWE SHOES. Acme Turn Cushion Soled Shoes for Ladies' Viuter Vtear. Ask to see them. MEN'S VICI KID, CALF, BOX AND ENAMEL SHOES, $ Prices from $2.50 to $5.50 i 41, All kinds of GLOVES, from $25c to $1.50 a pair. i i SNO,0M,S, ...ff..Rf: ff.f. PEARL. W*S,,NBTON i : #$$$$$ .......... ..... 4,4,4,4,4,4,4,4,44,44,4,4,4,4,4,@ MEN'S VICI KID, CALF, BOX AND ENAMEL SHOES, $ Prices from $2.50 to $5.50 $ All kinds of GLOVES, from $25c to $1.50 a pair. SNO.OM,S. MRS. JAS. PEARL. W,S.,NBTON The New Dry Goods Store in Snohomish, We will offer a special inducement to meet strangers. Cut out this add. and return it and we will allow you l0 per cent discount on any Dry Goods you wish to purchase. We guarantee to give the very best quality at lowest prices. The following up-to-date goods we carry: DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS DRESS LININGS, CORSETS, CURTAIN MATERIAL, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, UN- DER SKIRTS. Beautiful line of latest Dress Trimmings, Wrappers, Ribbons, Calicos, Ginghams, Domests of all kinds. Art Goods, End Silks, Pillow Tops, Handkerchiefs and Kid Gloves. We invite you to call at the New Store for up-to-date Goods. :MISS CUSHIN, Two Doors East Bruhn 86 Henry, TO Our Subscribers. Ai I. Placed after your name on the paper will signify that the time has expired for which it has been paid. If you desire it continued, instruct us to that effect: otherwise it will be stopped. We have no in- tenion of forcing this paper upon any one. l. 1=. TIMt= ,I-D. No. 3, West Bound Overland ............ 6:39 p. m. No. 4, East ............ 10:05 No. '9, Local Passenger, westbound 12:10 a. m. No. 10, easthouNd 9:00 Arrival and Departure of Mails, gASTERN WZSTRN Arrives daily ........................ 6:4t p.m.10:05 p. m. Closes ........................ 8:00 " 6:00 " Cherry Valley. daily except Sundays. Arrives 3:00 p. m.;. Closes 7:30 a. m. Office hours--From 7 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Sundays--From 10 to 11 a.m. JOHN E. DOLLOFF, P. M. LOCAL l',{ E W 8. Aug. Holmquist went to Seattle; Monday. Mrs. A. J. Hibbits was a Seattle vis- .tier Tuesday. Ernest Ludwick returned to his home in Chehalis Tuesday. The steam shovel is expected before long, to probably remain some time: Bart Healy and James Joyce, the' Toll loggers, are on a vacation to their old homes in Minnesota. Rober Crossman of Cherry Valley bas fitted up a saloon in Everett, and will move to that place. Nellie, the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert White, died early Thurs- morning, January 17th. Frank Lewin, era Pattison and Billy Johnson killed a big couger last Fri- day, while hunting on Elwell creek. Mrs. Angus Marttn of Rat Portage, Ont., is visiting her brother and sister, John Fleming and Mrs. A. J. Hibbits. Charles Treen has rented his'ranch on the Snoqualmie, and will move to Monroe and build on his lots on Wood street. Rev. W. S. Harrington, presiding elder of this district, will preach at the church Thursday and Friday evenings of this week. S. A. Buck has been appointed re- ceiver of the Riverside Shingle Co.'s mill at Everett. tLA. Wiese was the former manager Judge Lewin is now prepared to do everything that is required of a live, healthy J.P. The first couple he mar- ries he says he will not charge any- thing. Hen. Pat Murphy, formerly of the Hen. John Morley's staff, but now the sage of the tallow candle brigade at Stephens health resort, is in town, un- der the doctor's care. t A public installation of officers of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs took place Saturday night. The ceremony was elaborate and impressive, and was fol- lowed by a supper and social time. One of the liveliest contests of late was pulled off at the Hotel Monroe, be- tween two young people, last week. Considerable property'changed hands, but the only doctor called in was the carpenter. The Monroe school has been enriched by a large and valuable wall map of the U.S. The map is 48 by 66 inches. On one side isa map of thoU: S. and on the other a political map covering the period during the time since the U. S. was formed. Mr. Robert Sage of Sno- homish is the donor. Nothing Like It. Wilbur's Oil of Gladness--rheuma- tism, neuralgia, toothache, headache, sore throat, sprains, bmfises, dysenteIy, cholera morbus, cholera infantum--for both internal and external use. It will relieve more pain and in less time than any other medicine on earth. For pain in back, side, stomach, bowels or any other part of the body, it is instant re- lief. Price 50 cents. For sale at the Monroe Drug Store. Cherry Valley Notes. Col. Hiekson, Lewis Getty and John Perkins are doing business in Seattle this week. Frank Hannish of Novelty was here a few days ago negotiating for timber for a fine residence he is erecting. Mr. Rutledge and Mr. Harris of Cedar river, prosperous farmers and stock raisers have rented Charles Treens place. Mr. Barney Dougherty lost a valua- ble horse by drowning a few days ago. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Leek met at their house Tuesday even- ing and spent a very enjoyable time. Singing and sociable games were indulged  besides partaking of pop- corn and home made candy. The guests left in the wee small hours of the morning, vowing they one and all had just a splendid time and wishing for many happy returns of the same. Quite a number of Cherry Valleyites are on the sick list. Mr. Kirtle andlson George lef Monday for Port Susan where they have secured employment. A Mighty Builder. As an invigorator and builder up of broken down tissues, Wilbur's Blood Purifier cannot be excelled. If you have pimples or sores of any kind on your body, by taking a few bottles of this medicine they will soon disappear. For, rheumatism the medicine never fails. $1.00 per bottle. For sale by Monroe Drug Store. The Seattle Weekly Post-Inelligen- cer and the Monroe Monitor, together one year, $1.50. School of Mines, State Senator Thomas B. Sumner of Everett is working for a state school of mines to be built at Everett. In an in- terview at Olympia, published in the Seattle Post-Intelligeneer, Me. Sumner says, "I must confess I have not yet quit business and begun to think of legis- ation, but I conceived the idea some ago tbat the State of Washington needs a School of Mines, and that is most satisfactory location would be at Ever- ett. I will therefore make an effort to land such an institution for this city. Snohomish County has never been rec- ognized with the location of a single State institution within its borbers; and from the mineral wealth of the eomtry, the two smelter; in this city and our central location as regards other mining sections, no better place could be chosen. The bill providing for the school will provide for courses in mineralogy and assaying such as is maintained in the eminently success- ful School of Mines of Colorado. The City of Everett has ah-eady tendered the gift of a commanding site for the structure. One of the attractive and most beneficial features will be a course of ','ec 1, cLur d,qivered },y the pro- the mining men of the State can best attend them." Reward! Rewardl Wilbur's Cough Cure positively cures la grippe, coughs, colds, hoarseness, whooping cough, lung and throat t-ou- ble, and consumption. Can be taken by the most delicate female ov child. Ev- ery bottle guaranteed to cure. Price 50 cents. Sold by the Monroe Drug Store. SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Nearly 16,0e( tons of potato starch are turned out annually in this coun- try. The potatoes us.ed "for starch are the small and injured ones of the crop. Sixty bushels of them yield a barrel of sarch. A newly invented match machine automatically cuts the splints from a wooden block, dips them, dries the tips and then ejects the completed matches. If a splint proves defective it is promptly dropped. The interchangeable system appears to have been invented by Eli Whit- ney. who iu 1798 had a contract from the United States government to sup* ply 10,90.0 muskets. He was obliged to emp:oy the system by the scarcity of skilled labor. A wire fence weaving machine bas been devised which enables a strong and serviceable fence to be construct- ed in positicn with rapidity and econoni-. The machine carries a num- ber of spools of wire, and the weav- ing of the fence progresses rapidly. The visibility of a substance to the eye is no criterion of its visibility to the X rays. The rays cannot see tbrouvh glass which is transparent to the eye: whereas alnminum, which is opaque to the eye, is transparent to the rays. The rays can see a splin- ter of glas in the had, but not a splinter of wood. The coal tar derivative fuchsias is generaUy supposed to owe its. name to the fuehMa as its tint eertain:y resembles the col,r of that, flower: but this is not the ease. The invent- or of ft;chsine, whcse death was latch" recorded, M. Franc{sque Renard, anl his brother desired to identify their ha.ins with the new product; but, not likin to adopt the app<,I!ation of renardine, they translated th,ir fam- ily narne Renard (fox) into the Ger- man Fuehs. and thus arrived at fuehsine, says the Engineer. The Good Time in the Morning. No use weepin' w'en de sun don't shine; l<e'p all de mo'ners in'de hopeful line; Good t!me comin' on de road we gwin', Gocd time retain' in d,e mawnin'. No use in weepin' on de rocky way; Ilack sky showin' er de rainbow ray, Light Is a-breakin'; hit'll soon be day Good time retain' In de mawnin'. FEMININE LOGIC. ,!i/,//,, iN 'l/! l!!!i! ',%F,,' {, 'l He--Already another newdre? An I've been lsing so much money in m business! She--Just for that reason, dear! Ymz told me not to let ar body notice that you'e in trouble.--b ,.egende B4ater. New Store[ Hew Goods[ New Prms[00 ]t W d ---- : e esire to announce to the people of Monroe and vicinity that we _ have opened up a complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE in the building forme,'ly occupied by J. A. Vanasdlen, and will carry a complete -- line. We solicit your patronage, and will guarantee our goods to be the best and our prices the lowest. ** SUNDIN & SJOSTRO]00I, OTEL MONRO E, H CARL STEFFEN, Prop r. rl,r;lep hoMe:lnS e iA:n:li::rs;, one long ] ' STAR:RESThRANT FURBER BROS, Proprzefors Main Street, Monroe, Wash. Meals Served at all hours. Good Home Cooking. Lunches prepared on short notice. Meal tickets at large discount. Suppers for dances and parties. HOI[[ NORIH[RN MONROE, WASH. MRS. M. HENNESSY, Proprietor. Located two blocks east of the depot, north of Railroad Track. Newly: furnished and fitted. Rates Reasonable. I lIen's Laundry. ! Fine Shirts and all Men's Wear done with promptness and saris- faction guaranteed. MRS. M, A. ORCUTT, Opposite the School House ========================= O TO W, R, K00RSALL And All Smokers' Articles, Fres00 Froils Nols odd C0nfly, Canned f%oo000000n0000eD?licaeios HENRY DENNIS, The Barber, Has Pleasant Parlors on Main streeL next to Drug Store, MONROE, WASH. I HAIR CUT .......... 25c SINGEING .......... 25c SHAMPOOIN..25:/ BATHS .............. 35c Shop open on Sundays till 12 M. ========================= V, rlK. HOGG ' Shoe and Umbrella Repairer Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Elliot Block, Monroe, Wash. 50 YEARS" -it" "r,=,,,,,;,- M,,,RsI t - FVIW " COPYRIGHTS C.' '. : Anyone sending a sketch and description may nulekly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention Is probably patentable. Commun ca- nonsstrictlyeonfldeutiaL Handbookon Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Mnnn & Co. receive special aeries, without charge, in the $i,lifi .Flmeriean. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lartest clr- cnlatlou Of any scientific Journal. q'erms, $3 a " year : four months, $1. Sold byall lewsdealers. MUNN Co.3B'Br'dwe" Hew York Branch Office, 625 F St., Washington, D.C. ========================= F YOU WANT A GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHES CALL ON F, W, RUEBENACL The "T'a ilor, Next Door to Penobscot Hotel, SNOttOMISH. ; , i BAKEMAN UNDERTAKING CO, SNOHOMISH UNDERTAKING [ C. tI. BAKEMAN, & EMBAI,MING. , l?t Ui'qe. GROVER BROS. "[I Jewelers _@ Opticians SNOHOMISH. WASH. _ ] FOR SALE. A valuable timber claim near Monroe. On county road. Skid road to river, one mile. Good place for a small mill, with water power. Adjoining claims can be bought. For sale very reasonable. For further particulars apply at the Monitor office. Building 1Katerial LIME LATH CEMENT BRICK HAIR In Car Load Lots or any quanti- ty that may be desired. BRUHN & HENRY, ING, Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Butchers, --SNOHOMISH--- The Monitor is onls $1 a year. FOR SALE. A half block of land on East Main street, cleared, fenced, plowed, and a cottage built. Good land for garden ing or factory site. Price, $300. R. C. ENNIS. O, A, PHELPS & SON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMERS Cor. tIewitt and Chestnut. Riverside, Telephone 583. EVERETT, WASH. We will attend to all calls ia Monroe and vicinity at usual rates. Hearse at nsual price. Orders for caskets by telephone promptly filled. OGROSKY & HOFSTETTER EVERETT, WASH. Harness & Saddlery Sold at Seattle Prices. Telephone Meln 791. Hewitt av. nr. Broadway. Wanted An Idea of some uimple thing to patent? Protect your ideas; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., Patent Attor- I neys, Washington, D. C., for their $1,800 Prize offer and list of two hundred inventions waned. , /