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000000ONROE 1v00oN[ ".'5 VOL. IX. NO, 7 MONROE, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASH., FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 22, 1907. a T " 001.00 PER YEAR Our Shoes Make . [SIFPII[NS-BIRD LUMBER CO. a Striking fht[ Incorporated for $75,000 to I Carry on Logging and tum, bet Manufacturing j w{th all who wear them. We call them "trade-makers," because they enable us to please our customers, so that they not only come back again themselves, but send their friends here to be well and stylish- ly shod. We have the most stylish- looking and most comfortably-fit- ting SHOES that were ever turned out of a factory. Let us have the pleasure of making your feet feel comfortable. H, H, WELLER The good news has been given ou t this week that the Stephens-Bird Lum- ber Company has been incorporated for $75,000, with headquarters at Monroe. The incorporators are Hen. E. Milton Stephens, president of the Monroe State Bank, and formerly in the lumber business for several years at Stephens camp, who is president of the new company; B. F. Bird, sec:e- tary and Elmer M. Stephens, vice- president It is understood that stock in the new company will also be held by several of the former associates in the firm of SLephens Bros., Incorpo- rated who are tried and experienced men. Articles of incorporation filed this week provide for carrying on a timber, lumber, logging and manufac- turing business, The company has not stated where they will locate, but have several large timber propositibns under consideration, and it is known that they have been offered consider- able inducements to put up their man- ufacturing plant at the mouth of the Skykomish river. Everybody will be glad to see these from the County Records Warranty Deed--Pat Attley to Charles Taylor, February 5, 1907, tract in section 2-2%6, $500. Mortgage--Charles Faussett et nx to Pat Attley, February 5, 1907, n. of se sw ne section 1-27-6, $650. Satisfaction of Mortgage--James B. Roberts to Alexander 8aw,yer, Feb- ruary 14, 1907, se section 2-27-6, $60. Bill of Sale--Patrick Attley to Hen- ry Sinnett, January 31, 1907, timber on all land in nw corner of nw of se section 31-28-7, $600. Timber Bill of Sale--A. W. Borden et ux to Henry Sinnett, January 31, 1907, timber on so sw section 31-28'7, $8oo. Satisfaction of Chattel Mortgage-- E. T. Bascom to James Powell et ux, February 12, 1907, horses, wagon, etc., i $1oo. Log Mark--Of Henry Sinnett, Feb- ruary 15, 1907. Warranty Deed--Brown Bros. Lum- ber Co. to John D Bird, February 8, 1907, nw section 4-28-8, $1. Real Estate Contract--John Hallan et ux to Mrs. Francis Sinnett, Febru- ary 18, 1907, ne sw section 11-27-6 $1,500. Power of Attorney--Eleanor Fer- guson to Fred E. Ferguson, December 6, 1906. Contract  Fred E. Ferguson to (:entre(]at;anal Church Dedi- cated The new Congregational church off Lewis street was dedicated last Sun- day evening, February 17, before an audience that completely filled the building. The service consisted of special music rendered by a large choir. In the absence of Mrs. 8te- phens, Mrs. 8pautding presided at the organ. Solos were sung by Mr. Graffis and Mrs. Cretney. Before the sermon Rev. W. L. Richardson gave a short history of the enterprise, and summarized the statement of Mrs. C. F. Elwell, treasurer, of moneys raised and expended Something over $1900 had been raised and expended. The Ladies Aid was credited with $700. The grant from the iew York board when received would pay all indebted- ness. Rev. Mr. Scudder, state superin- tendent, asked for $350 with which to furnish the church. It was quick- ly raised, and a collection of $16 for general expenses added to it. The collection was followed by scripture reading by Rev. D. S. Bayley of Sno- homish. Dr. H. C. Mason of the Uni- versity church, Seattle, preached the dedication sermon." His theme was the admitted discontent of mankind of all grades; can find its remedy in God only. After the sermon, Rev. special Prices on WatcheS: this at RitChie, s Week # well known lumbermen get back into Eleanor Ferguson, December 6, 1906, Mr. Bayley made a short congratula- i business again. It will mean another Mrs. Ferguson to receive $10,000 as tory speech, which was followed by i i CHA8 ELWELL t s appropriate responsive readings, by , F II bmiegaPna:::lml:Owrhh h h::.oods:lln a::; :;m haa:; leP::ce::: :lr: ::la: the congregation led by the pastor. _ ll .... h; .... Hnn rHl oo property now owned or hereafter ac- Monday the recognition council met ......... .... @ WHOLESALE & RETAII  :'," ....... 7: . .... -:' ........ : :hekn:w s quired by him in the church, comprised of pastors .eaVeS B.onroe at ll:U h, . : i BUTCHER I ne repumun I ne men x  " company for a fine cuisine and good Quitclaim Deed--Eleanor Ferguson and delegates from the following eml'o'-e'rs is established thruout the to Fred E Ferguson, December 6, churches" University church, Seattle;  T ,,,_ n-_- _ _J_ n.Ank   count" Also their re'utation as , au her zneres m propery wn - First church, Everett; Snonomsn,   ........ # .... hers assures immediate action in soever, real, personal or mzxed, now Green Lake and Arlington, and the I , FRESH AND S g_LTED MEATS  e,,o ' " $ getting things going owned or hereafter acqmred by Fred the church formally recognized, and l " FRESH VEGETABLES ; . :  E. Ferguson. th6 scribe was instructed to write the I Always on Hand. i The Tax Levv Warranty Deed--James U. Mann state registrar to enroll the First[  - et al to Fred 0. Partisan, February Congregational Church of Monroe as I   =---  O P , 9 , tract " s o - -, a member of the Northwestern Con-I. Pea le from Monroe who havepald 19 1 (07 m ect n 9276 thmr taxes ths month are reporting :ala, " " " $1,000. gregational Association of Churches. ] a very large increase over the taxes Warranty Deed--Fred O. Pattison --  ' md last ear Local condtmns are 2: , xxO. 4) i 'e P'somewhat yres" onmble" for th,s,'" as the et ux to James W Mann, February 19,. 7 The church just dedicated, is. al,, i P - 1907, 1-2 se se sw sectmn 4-2-8, handsome concrete stone bmldmg[b | D ]"I Dg't,klP|g:-gl $ 7.. '..'8 , * municipal and school tax were the $1,000. with tower, located on the corner of]i I . I. .].]..9 ll L][.]l,vz ,/,/v.......-,\\; $ " " Bill of Sale--Fred O. Partisan et al Lewis and McDougall streets. The]I " ' i /(;,i!u'Yl  same as the year prev,ous, 15 mills st ,o00e0000er, t i!.......... . count  Y Y February 19 1907, horses, harness, !in floor toward the pulpit. A social/ ,,  12 mills, making the total levy.for buggies, etc.i used in livery and feed meeting room is at t'he'rear, and an/**Oo###O,e,.*  " " barn in Monroe, Wash., $1,700. ante room and a class room in thel i 1905, 38 mills, and for 1906, 27 mills  'x  The increase in assessed valutin was ---------------  " omit. I [ tower corner. he audmnce re - . . large all over the county " School Election March 2 will seat 250 people. 15 I lr00AI/l Ri0000,T /'00llO I $  *' Following are the tax levies for The guests to the Congregational/  I 1./' V 1 i_)L.) I ILX.].Ja, I .#.##av 1906" The annual school election will take dedication Monda-  ere entertained # I I "  .Y " 14' OO$ State Funds-- ,.-" .,., Mills Mills place March 2d, In this district there as z%llows'. Dr. Mason b-v Mrs, J, M, 1$ The Best Flour Made on Pacific Coast  $ SIRANDBERG _. . \\; _. , vy , :  s " "l Call forSpeciaxxricesonm. ,Jots , i School ............. 2.923 the place of Director Star,on, whose C Falconer Rev W W Scudder by t: - Military . 094 term expires The board will also ask " ' " " " ............ Mrs. Richardson. The council dele-[ W,l"t  "'.I:IIS # i Highway ............ 214 for a 10-mill tax levy, which they say , .....  h, -ther vMtors and a , i, ---4 876 will put the district out of debt and  ...... ,"'," :'7 "  ,,- ---e were  MOROE CASH STORE Does lirst-Cluss Shoe [ " lew oI ne irmnus oz uonro I# ' County Funds-- save the interest now being paid on served with elegant meals in the] Sole Agents for Monroe Repairing at Mode-  Current Expense ..... 3.500 outstanding warrants. The polling social meeting room by the ladies of $a,v*,tttt::$t$tt:v*$$v $ rte Prices and at  Indebtedness ......... 750 place will be at the school house in the church. ., I i Specified Time. i .......... Gem Road and Bridge 1.844 0 the afternoon. ' "  1,., ................................. ................... -.. boner reoempuonuna .Dr - : - ------ - ' i ' i Do q To: Notice ]:$ Interest 500 AOOltlOnal LOCalS L0catsd at Monroe Shoe Store Soldiers Relief ..... 030 " Jack Bird, one of the county timber li" 7124 Notice is hereby given that the list DflDEDTO nDIIOOIOT ### cruisers, has four townships, begin-/ ----- D[.iri/ O'-UrlUUUIO/ ######0######## and assessment for the year 1907 on nine at Monroe and extending to Goldll Total State and County .... 12.000 all dogs within the limits of the town Bar. I The Northern Pacific has been ope- [ i BATHS, LAVATORIES SINES A,, CLOSETS First Class Plumbing at Reasonable Prices Sheet Metal and Tin Work i done to order Sunset Phone 64 IT, J, One door wes of Monitor ========================== .. 50 YEARS" "/li  DESIGNS "" COPYRIGHTS I.C. Anyone ending a sketeh and deaeriptlon may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether a5 invention is probably patentable. Communica- tions m, rictlyeonfldemtial, ttandbookon Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive Irpeca! notice, without charge, In the $i,fl|i B00ritan. A handsomelytnnstrated weekly. Lar'est eir- eulatiorl of any scientll2e Journal Terms, $3 w year; four months, $L oldbyan newsdealers. MUNH Co. I00ew York r DaanP. Ofllco. 625 5" L. X' a*hingtoo, D. C. L A ' \\; ',chool District No. 2 ....... 10.000 Town of Monroe 5.000 Total Levy in Monroe ..... 27.000 New Service Pension Law The new service pension law went into effect February 6th, having passed both houses of congress and received the signature of the president." The law gives to every soldier who served 100 days or more in the Union army a pension, graded by the age of the veteran, as follows: At age of 62 it gives $12 a month; at age of 70 it gives $15 a month; at age of 75 it gives $20 a month. The old soldiers will no longer have to prove disability, the only requiremen being age and lervice to get the alh)wance. ]asket Boll Saturdey Night There will be a basket bah game ;omorrow (Saturday) nigM at [. O. O. F. hall, between the girls of tl:e Mon- roe Athletic Club and the .nohomsh High School. A lively game is cer Lain and one thaL will be worth seeing. of Monroe has been filed with me, and the tax on dogs will be due within ten days from date of the publication of this notice. Dated February 22, 1907. W. E. WADDELL, Treasurer. for Sale 8-room house, lot 60x135, on Madi- son street, cheap. Also, 1 lot on Ferry street, 35x135, paralleling G. N, Ry., suitable for warehouse. A. H. LEMON. Notice Notice is hereby given that my wife, Mrs. Kate Stackpole, has left my bed and board, and I will not be responsi- ble for any debts contracted by her after this date. Dated February 21, 1907. FRED STACKPOLE, R. F. D. No. 1. Monroe, Wash. George },Iaelc has been seriously ill since a week ag(i last Saturday. The malady is a mysterious one to which the doctoz' can ,-;"' bve no ;.lanle. rating its passenger service over the Great Northern this week, on account of washouts in eastern Washington. This is Washington's birthday, and is being observed by the schools and public institutions. The father of his country grows greater as time re- cedes. P. It. Caligan, who was elected.jus- tice of the peace for Tualco precinct, has refused to qualify, and the offic% has been declared vacant by the coun- ty cormissioners.. Attorney G. F. Cook has been ap- i pointed deputy assessor for this dis- trict, and expects to get busy some time after the 1st of March. The assessment this year is only on per- sonal property. Chas. F. Elwell says he is expecting the highest prices for cattle for three years. Recently he bought 200 head in Walla Walla for 4 1-4 cents, for 'March and April delivery, and 100 head in 0kanogan for May delivery. He is paying 7 1-2 cent live weight !for 1";, and 10 cents for dressed. The following Standard Brands of Cough Syrup guaranted or money refunded: Dr. King's 1Vew Discovery Ballard's Horehound Syrup Chamberlain's Wilbur's Jayne's ,,- Kennedy's ' Robert's - Foley's ' : TOPS Buggy, Carriage and Automobile Tops CUSHION5 AND TRIMMINQ5 Al! Styles and Prices Marl Ordr, and Repair;n% Solicited AUGUST J, RITTER 2001 Hewitt Ave., Everett, Wash.