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Page Eight THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Friday, February 25, 1927 R. J. STRETCH COMPANY The Best Place to Trade, After All --.ILL, .... II I Ill I II I in iiiii i i II I i : i i lii T Stretch's High Grade Coffee Stretch's High Grade Cocoa Stretch's High Grade Tea I All Coffee--No Tin II All Cocoa--No Tin' II 1 Tea--No Tin I( II 500 11b.--3 Ibs.. $1.45 I,  lb lJ 25c per pound - . pkg. 35--1-1b. pkg. 65c POTATOES--12 pounds 25c Sack ..... CANDY.--Fancy Mixed One Ib 21c: two lb$ 39c; FIVE lbs PINEAPPLE--Large Cans, Broken Sliced 2 for ...... I MAYONNAISE-- Stretch's High 11 Grade--There is None Better ]i One-Half Pint, 20c--Pint, 4Oc II (Fresh Every Day) II For the Week February 25th to March 4th $T.50 BUCKWHEAT Pancake Flour (Albers) Regular 35c. Special .... 29C 79c TRU BLU GRAHAM.CRACKERS 44 Family size . , .... 45 sou00s_ 25c 3 for ....... I THOUSAND ISLAND 1 NewnDifferent--Delicion One-half Pint, 20c---Pint, 40e (Fresh Daily) [ n u PEACHES-- Quality Brand Special this week, 2 cans for 46 Friday Only--Feb. 25 PURE LARD--(Bring your container) 16c Per pound .... " Enright's All O' the Wheat Bread is 100% Whole Wheat. It is made from the finest wheat obtainable and contains the whole wheat berry. Nothingtakenfromit;nothingaddedtoit. Free samples 10C and SPECIAL price for this one day. 11/,-uound loaf ......... DEMONSTRATION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26 STRETCH'S HIGH GRADE COFFEE-- Is Monroe's only strictly FRFSH ROASTED COFFEE. Our sale of" this delicious coffee is increasing daily, in fact has nearly doubled the past year. There must be areason. SATURDAY, t I ONLY, FEB. 26th, 45c per pound; 3 pounds for .................. ql  SUGAR SPECIAL EVERY SATURDAY AT WHOLESALE OR LESS-- DELIVERY SCHEDULE--Four Town Deliveries Daily'9 and 11 a m.--2 and 4 p. nL PHONE 1533---1543 R.J. STRETCH CO.--The Best Place to Shop, After All WAREHOUSE 261 Open Saturday 'Til 9 P. M. JCI  , N,4f'/ON.W/ IN,$'TrrlfON- "w/wnl m_d. are att" New Medical and Dental Building -- Everett, Wash. In Footwear Values! Women's Fancy " Inlay Pump Just like the illustration. Long, stylish lies; new parch- ment hade with fancy grain inlay design; covered military heel. We can recommen(f this modish shoe as a most sati3- factory value at the moderate price of-- S4.SO Here's Foot Ease Built In Our combination Arch Sup- port three-button pump that has the built-in support feature. In patent; cut-out front; mili- tary heel with rubber tap. Big value at a moderate prices $4.98 Quality Oxford Fo wluS Gid StaSh, 4prabl |mthera, ./.' Bood styte and room for growing feet dominate this new arrival In patent with Sun metal side overlay. Bij values and low prtcd-- Sizes 12 to 2 .............. $2.49 Flex Shank Oxford Tie ]Ben-- & For Real Foot and Leg Ease ' A New F Built.In Fatnre. Step . The shank being flexible, it bends and gives wRh every step--the arch does not break  AI  down. In patent, with pliable ,, LI black kid apron like cut. Military qJ[mnlml it . heel with rubber tap. Low priced T .... ' ' Men s s A New Arrival for Spring Splendid style lines and dominating design which signalizes this Spring ox- ford appeal to men who know and demand shoes that are RIGHT and look the part. Of selected tan calf. Moderately priced. $2.98 giddie's Oxfords Of Patent ]cellent shoes' for;wear, comfort 'and iood looks. Of patent with tan calf trim, double sole and spring heels; 0ut-out sides. Real lue8 at these prices-- Sizes 5% to S ............ $1.98 Sizes 8% to 11% ...... $2.23 ABoys' Oxford Of Real Value In'selectodf Tan or Black Calf; smart style; Goodyear Welt, and rubber heels; excellent workmanship throughout. One of our beat values for the boy anl youth. Low priced, too, at Sizes 12% to 2 .......... $2.98 Sizes 2 to 5 ........ $3.23 I I I I I II I I _ -- I I i i i Six Weeks of Plodding; Ship of State Floating (Continued From Page 1) ly scrutinized by the people of the state. The fight has been throughout the session to keep the legislature from making a few false steps which would have tended to wipe the Re- publican party off the political map insofar as the state is concerned in 1928. One peculiar feature of this has been that leading old line Demo- crats who feel that as long as party government exists there must be party responsibility, have been aid- ing the Republicans to maintain peace. Since the session opened there has been an increasing tendency on the part of a certain group in the Senate and another group in the House to pass any objectional legislation or bills of a controversial nature to the other body. In other words it is ba- coming the great indoor sport to pass the buck. Then when the bill gets ++++++++++ +++ # + + MACHIAS * ++++++++4++++4+++ Mrs. Ed Craft, Rosiland and Nor- man King were in Snohomish Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Andrus and son Roger were visitors with rela- tives in Marysville Sunday. Miss Dorothy Smith had as her guest over the week-end Miss Leona Wheeler of Snohomish. Mrs. W. F. Barnes of Lake Stevens spent .Monday with her mother-in- law, Mrs. Sid Barnes. The Ladies' Aid* society real- ized about $8 from their ten cent valentine luncheon Wednesday. A business meeting of the society will be held on the afternoon of February 23 at the home of Mrs. W. P. Tobey. Miss Virgie .(derton of Snohomis]t spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Viva Horn. George Theodorson of Snohomsh was in town Sunday. Mrs. Deskin Mclntyre entertained the ladies of the Embroidery club with an all-day meeting Friday. The members are planning to hold an afternoon meeting with Mrs. Tyler Hollingsworth Friday, February 25. Hoquiam--During 1926, 873 vessel carried 1,409,676,232 feet Grays Har- bor lumber. Aberdeen--S. G. Kress Co., of New York, plans $100,000 building here for th year. Twenty-Fourth through one of the two branches the SBIo! inclination in the other is to pass it Rexall Birthday along to the governor, a majority i' the members feeling that he will veto it and there is not much chance of legislation not wanted getting on the statute books. This is true of measures like the Tremendous Bargains For You Metcalf power bill, the so-called widows' pension bill, and acts of a similar nature. In passing the buck on to ',.he governor the movement started before the recall was called off. Then the idea was to get to the governor bills which had strong lobbies working for them but which A majority of the members felt should a not be enacted into law. The sugges- tion that the chief executive wou(d hurt himself with that portion f the population which would make the most noise and let out loud wails of protest, nlet with instant favor. Then when the recall was called off the next suggestion was that the goer- nor could be defeated for renomina- nation and reelection by forcing him into #etoing bills. Then came the re- t,,j port that he would probably not be a S With S candidate for reelection and the ave ate at Your proposals to make him the general goat has tended to wreck this pro- Rexall Drug Store gram. The House is the uncertain quantity of the present session. No one can predict what it will d wEh * any piece of legislation laid before it. To a certain extent the same At Your Service thing holds good with the Senate, al- though there is aworking major- C Ril y D g C iy there which can be held in line amp- e m o. when necessary. In the House, how- ever, there is virtually nothing in Drugs sad Gifts sight to hold a majority of the mere- bors in line upon any one issue. MONROE, WASH. The Heifner bill to amend the pri- COME TO OUR PARTY Splendid Opportunity to Obtain Many Household Necessi ties at Money Saving Prices DURIH6 THE ENTIRE MONTH OF FEBRUARY Monroe National Farm Loan Association mary act went to defeat in the Sen- ate last week. Another new prirnary bill made its appearance in the House a few d,ays later. The Senate has increased the salar- ies of the state supreme court judges to $10,000 a year and thse of all superior court judges in the state to $6,000, placing all on a par with the King county jurists. Efforts to in- creas the superior court judges to $7,000 was rejected. The bill has ye to face the battery of the House. According to the members of the state senate appropriations commit- tee the House is perfectly willing to give the state departments and offi- cials the appropriations asked for in the governor's budget. The senators claim that any reductions have been forced by them upon the contact committees. Mark E. Reed is paving the way for a legislative reapportionment of the state if the voters will approve his proposed amendment to the state constitution. He has submitted a joint resolution calling for a vote upon the subject, yes or no. If the proposal carries, every county in state will be allotted one tire and the others, 69 in num will be apportioned upon the Federal census of 1950, by the legislature of 193L  JIMMIE IL BROWNE. For Snohomish and King Counties Best Loans for Farmers Amortization Plan- 5 per cent interest; equal semi-annual payments. 34/s years' time. Applicants must live on farm. Maximum loan: $25,000.00. Limit: 50 per cent of land value, plus 20 per cent of buildings. Commission 1 per cent. Filing fee $5.00 to $25.00 ac- cording to amount of loan. 5 per cent of loan must be taken in Association Stock, acceptable as money in final settlement. E T. BASCOM, See'y-Tree&, Monroe, Wash.