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Friday, February 8, 1924 THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Page Seve,] t --.-w , . : ' |m% m, .. J i E.T. BASCOM Lawyer Practices in All Courts Monroe ...... Washington.. Dr. A. ZAREMBA III I Dentist Successor to Dr. Lewis Monroe National Bank Bldg. Monroe, 3Vashington Dr. E. C. MILLER Veterinarian Domestic Animals Scientifi- cally Treated Horse Dentistry a Specialty Phone 1003 Dolloff Block Monroe Dr. C. W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block Monroe W. H. SELLARS PLUMBING Phone 5-8-1 Monroe ...... Washington.. III a M 0000oooQ Ill - Attorney -- Ill Ill and Counsellor at Law HI Ill Telephone 178 R Miley Bldg. [][ LEVERETT'WASHINGTON l! [ ,wo00000o ill Optometrist [[[ Practice limited to comfort and [[[ efficiency of vision. U[ Ill OFFICES Ill 210 South Lewis Street, Monroe, [l[ Tel. 1471 [[[ 406 Commerce Building, Everett, [[] Tel. Main 260 [ Before You Buy Electric Supply House 1718 Hewitt -- Everett FIRST MORTGAGE MONEY In Large or Small Amounts on Improved City or Farm Property PRUDENTIAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 1026 Third Avenue Seattle Monroe General Hospital Managed by DURRANT & ALLISON Hospital Has Been Remodeled and New Equipment Added MINARD ALLISON Physician & Surgeon a" Office Hours Ill CLARENCE HICKEY .,[[[] 10-12 A.M. 2-4 P. M. Sundays--2-3 P. M. Everett, Wash Illl00,, Telephone 1104 Monroe [I ....... , ..... I H ........................ III HENRY HALLAN .... I[[ Paperhanging, Decorating and Electrical Contracting Ill Painting MOTOR TROUBLE,-- [[[ Fine Assortment Wall Papers Ill to Select From. All work is (Day or Night) I!! Guaranteed. Prompt Service Consultation Gladly Given  ' W. L. KNAPP Thedinga Hardware Co., Monroe Smith's Shop Auto Repairing Wagon Work General Jobbing Spring Work Two Deliveries Daily-- Have  your milk de- livered, two deliveries daily, morning and even- ing. W. A. NICKEL Phone 471, Monroe Funeral Director . [[[ Phones: Office 691; House [[[ 693. Ill Best and Prompt Service []l Snohomish, Wash. : ! -- Manufacturers -- TENTS a n d AWNINGS Canvas goods of every description--Flags. Camp outfits for rent. C. A. COLE 1501 Hewitt Avenue Everett, Wash.--Main 193 G, A, STRANDBERG HORSE SHOEING North Lewis St., Monroe Andrews' Old Stand Doctor Veterinary Science qeneral Practice 6,ral Blaeksmllbina Iorsesboinl] e*.V!en n.Deldintl Monroe, Wash. Telephones-- Office 1921 Residence Phone 1963 '4 F, F, PUBDY & SONS Undertakers --Telephone 231-- Another "qndoor Sport." "The pretty girl was being onduct- ed ronnd the prison and occasionally she paused to give a few words of com- fort to one or other of the more miser- able-to.king prisoners. "A case of melancholia," announced the warden, who was acting as guide. as they came to one cell. "How sad !" murmured the visitor. "I suppose," she remarked to the inmate of the cell, "that the singing of the birds relieves the monotony of your weary life?" "The singing of the birds, miss?" re- plied the convict, nonplused. "Yes," said the visitor, "the little Jailbirds. They must be such a com- fort to you !"---Philadelphia Inquirer. Snohomish Office  Phone 422 Monroe, Washington She Changed Her Name. An elderly colored wonmn entered the office of an estate to receive her regular monthly wages. Not being able to write she had always made her mark on the receipt--the usual X; but this time she made a circle instead. "What's the matter, Linda?" asked the clerk. "Wty don't you make the cross, as USllal?" "Well," said Linda, "Ah done get married yesterday an' changed mah name.'--Charleston News and Courier. What He Got Out of Her. A certain m-m had .just bought a car. He took his wife; out on a few prelimi- nary expeditions, during which she did not besit'te to criticize her husband's efforts at driving. "H-died, old man," said his next- door neighbor one evening, "I see you've got a little two-seater. What do you get out of her?" "AI)out 40,000 words to the gallon," answered the other, sadly. Should Have Tried Mud. The Story Lady--Whe the sleeping beauty awoke from her sleep of 100 years everyone was charmed with her loveliness. Llttle..Elsie--She must have been aw- fully homely if she needed all that beauty sleep.--Boston Transcript. Poor Consolation. "That girl next door has just bought the latest I)opular song." "Cheer up! After she sings it it will no longer be polmlar in lids neigh- orhood."--Boston Transcript. We have a suit to please and fit you. There are 400 fabrics and 60 models to pick from, and we guarantee the fit by making your suit to measure. And 10 different prices, all the way from $30.00 to $60.00. To Be Satisfied When in Everett EAT AT THE Gaffney Care 1507 Hewitt Avenue Everett, Washington '9 Phone -- Whi%e 54 Fully Guaranteed Stanley's Typewriter Service P. O. Box 307, Seattle, Wn. Foley's Umbrella Shop 2803 Colby, Everett Recovering and Repairs of all kinds. '4._ \\; WE EXCHANGE REPAIR RENT BUY SELL Standard and Portable Typewriters (All Makes) Ribbons and Carbon Pape Stbry About Queen Victoria. Since Straehey's blograpl=y of Queen Victoria stories about her Imve been rife. One not yet widely disseminated concerned Sir F. Bertie, who was un- dersecretary for foreign affairs In the OFFICIAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given, that the] Monroe Timber Company, a corpora- i tion, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Washington,! has moved its principal place of bus-i iness from the City of Monroe in Sno- homish county, Washington, to the City of Everett, Snohomish county, Washington. [ . NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County of Snohomish. No. 6264. In the matter of the estate of John Hallan, Deceased. , _ Notice is hereby given by the under- stgned that she has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the Last Will of John Hallan, Deceased, Dated January 14, 1924. and all persons having, claims against; S. A. BUCK, said deceased, or against his estate, Vice-President. are hereby notified and required to First publication Jan. 18, 1924. serve the same, supported by the Last publiCation Feb.- 8, 1924. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE [ In the Superior Court of the State of[ Washington, in and for Snohomish County. No. 21590. I August W. Bachmann, Plaintiff, vs. I Clay & Cobb Investment Company,! a corporation, and W. H. Hooten, l Trustee, and E. E. Stuart, Defend- Under and by virtue of a writ of Execution issued out of the" above i named Court, in the above entitled 1 cause, and to me directed and deliv- erd. I have duly levied upon all SUMMONS FOIL PUBLICATION right, title, claim and interest of J In the Superior Court of "the State above named Defendant, or either of of Washington, in and for the (lays before he "was knighted. Mr. Bertle had often to visit the queen, and used to announce his arrival by telegram. Finally, one day, Victoria is said to have remarked to him: "Mr. Bertie, I must ask you to be good enough not to sign your telegrams an- nouncing your arrival 'Bertie,' as it makes me expect my son, and causes me disappointment." Posting Him. A young curate was visiting the old women of the parish, and felt ill at ease. One old lady of great experience asked him if he was nervous, and he replied that he was. She then offered to advise him. "You read a Idt," she said, "you pray a bit, and you give me a shilling, and ilion you goes." g|a$$i|ied WANTED WANTED--Fat Cattle, cows or heif- ers. Notify the undersigned or call at my market, Duvall, Wash. Chas. Rehm, telephone 153, Duvall. 45-t4" WANTED--Livestock by A. 'voy, phone 571, 517, Avenue C, Snoho- mish, Wash. 28-tf FOR SALE FOR SA/LE--New Grafanola, $125.00 model with large number records, cheap. Call Mr. Reed at Chevrolet garage. 47-t2 FOR SALE--IIome water supply out- fit, consisting of one and one-half IL P. Fairbanks Morse gas engine; 150 gallon steel supply tank and ro- tary pump. 8 white Leghorn, 12 R. I. Red pullets, laying. C. H. Carrie, Tel. 49W 2, Monroe. 47-t3" FOR SALE--Early red peonies. Mrs. E. M. Richardson, phone 1162, Monroe. 47-12Y FOR SALE OR RENT--20 acres, one mile from Roosevelt Hall, Three Lakes road, good house and barn and 14 acres el.ear. Rental $400.00 season;i price $6500.00, easy terms. Inquire this office. 47-4t* FOR SALE--House with seven rooms and bath, last house on North Blakely. $1200.00, terms if desired. Mrs. Earnhart. 45-3t FOR SALE--One Oakland touring car, good condition. Apply A. J. Hibbits, Monroe. 43-tf MISCELLANEOUS FOUND--Automobile license plates and left at this office where owner can have them on proof and paying for this notice. -. : : FOUND--A pair of spectacles. Own- er can have same on call at Monitor office on proper description of same and paying for this notice. 40-tf --because the rays of light from a red object vibrate more violently than tbose from any other color. Therefore they startle the eye into instant at- tntion. Safety calls for r No. 6 Disenfectant wherever germs or insects endanger health. No. 6 acts like cleansing sunshine where sunshine cannot reach. Ten times more powerful than carbolic acid, yet safe and inexpensive. One of 200 Puretest preparations. Every item the best that skill and conscience can produce. CAMP-RILEY DRUG CO. Drugs and Gifts Monroe, Wash. them, in and to the following des- cribed real property, situated in Sno- homish County, State of Washington, to-wit: UnBivided two-thirds interest in the North half of the Northwest Quarter and the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, and the acres more or less, according to the Government survey, situated in Sno- homish County, Washington. Notice is therefore hereby given, that on the 16th day of February, A. D. 1924, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M_., of said day, at the front door of the Court ouse in Everett, Snohom- ih County, State of Washington, I will sell all the right, title, claim and interest of above named Defendants, or either of them, in and to the above described property at public auction to the highest and best bid- der for cash. Dated at Everett, Washington, this 11 th day of January, 1924. JAMES McCULLOCH, Sheriff of Snohomish County. By J. P. Rogers, Deputy Coleman & Fogarty, Walsh Block, Everett, Wash., Attorneys for Plain- tiff. First publication Jan. 18, 1924. Last publication Feb. 8, 1924. affidavit of the clain-ant or creditor on the undersigned Executrix, or her Attorney of Record, G. L. Snyder, at Monroe, Snohomish County, Washing- ton, and file the same with the Clerk of the above entitled court, togethe with proof of such service within six. months after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit:: within six months after tim 1st day of February, 192& AUGUSTA HALLAN, Executrix of the Will of- John Hallan, Deceased.: First publication Feb. 1, 1924. Last Publication Feb. 22, 1924. County of Snohomih. No. 21959. Florence Fleming, Plaintiff, vs. Alva Fleming, Defendant. The State of Wash'_'ngton, to Alva Fleming, Defendant herein: You are hereby snnmoned to ap- *pear within sixty (60 days after the I i first publication of tics summons, to- North half of the Southeast Quarter wit: within sixty (60) days after the of the Northwest Quarter, all in Sec- 18th day of January, A. D. 1924, and tion thirty-two, Township thirty, defend the above e-titled action lx Range 6 East, W. M., containing 140 the above entitled Co::rt and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorney at his office be- low stated and in case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered against you according to the demands of the complaint which has been filed l with the clerk of said Court. The object of this action is to se- cure an absolute divorce of the par- ties hereto upon the grounds of non- support and cruel and inhuman treat- ment and personal indignities and a decree of the court allowing attor- ney's fees and suit money, and award- ing this plaintiff the care, custody and control of her minor child, Marrlett La Verne Fleming. E. T. BASCOM. Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office address, 113 West Main St., Monroe, Snohomish County, Washington. First publication, Jan. 18, 1924. Last publication, Feb. 22, 1924. ---of the KJnd of Big, Strong Chicks that show you a profit and make the PoUltry business a pleasure. That's:what-., Queen Incubators --'-are Doing--. year after year for satisfied users from coast to coast. Most of your poultry profits rest with your incubator and if you don't have a good one there won't be any. The Queen has the California /ledwood body and the All Copper Heating System with the new patented Air Release Tube which prevents air locking. Queen Colony Brooders are on a lar with Queen Incubators and have many exclusive features. We Imndle the Queen because we know, from experience, that there are none better and that we ear sell them with the certainty that there will be no annoy- ing complaints. We have come Quee book which are very interesting, Step i/ and get your copy, - " Thedinga Hardware Co. Monroe, Wash. THE BEST Fire Insurance insurance written by me does not lapse without notice. -- BE ALWAYS PROTECTED -- For 104 years th Etna has never failed to weather every storm and meet the needs of the people of North America for sound, dependable fire insurance protection. It has earned, through prompt and fair dealing, a high place in the regard of })m public and stands to-day as a monument of sound business methJds con- structed on a foundation of unswerving fidelity and honor. The other Insurance Companies represented by me are equally honorable. E. T. BASCOM Monitor Building -- Monroe, Washington CAR FOR HIRE OLDSMOBILE Anywhere  Any Time Stand at O'Brien & Smith's Tel. 293 Monroe John Olson, Prop. r, L! MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY MILK SERVICE DAILY DELIVERY CREAM for Special Orders--- All From T. B. Tested Cows L. A. KEECH TeL 36Jl Monroe c L BA00cow I III Monroe's Exclusive Sh!e Store 111 ill E verwear S,lk H os,ery Ill Star Brand Shoes Monroe .... Washlnoton W m y TRY A MONITOR WANT AD--$iL ,_-B; _T FFICIENT