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1912 CATALOG I --4ND BUILD IT FOR LESS MONEY Buy the minwork degt [rom our big [actory for one-tlrd to half of what you would pay your local dealer. We operate our own mill and can guarantee every piece we make to be well-made and of choice kiln-dried lumber. O. i. WILLIAMS' SASH lad DOORS 5-panel doors, 15 sizes, $1.30. Craftsman bungalow doors, $1.60. Bungalow front doo $5 and $6. Inside trim, 10 pc,. to a set, 80c. qWe ,ell salybody for cash. ship f'g anywhere antee ute deify. J ,m "l l:dison ghonooraphs AND RECORDS Columbia Disc Machines and Double Disc Records, VioPns, Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, Accordions, Harmonicas, Bi- cycles and sheet music, both Popular and McKinley Edi- tion. :: :: :: :: :: :: Till: MUSIC SIORI: S. PO WNALL ,00vxNfEb ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF tIEL[ Get the best. Write Wire" or phone collect :: :: :: :: :: Cranes Employment Agency 117 W. Main street, Seattle FERTILIZERS (GUARANTEED ANALYSIS) Am mentitlcally corred. Try our spec mixture for vegetables, grass, potoe h sit and hops. We sell in any quantltles--Chemical and An/mal Fertihzm. Prices of your deale or The Chas. H. Lilly Co., Seattle Don't drink impure water whel you can buy Diamond Mineral at about the same price for your table. N G! ! C'ty FI : B ! 1 oral & Seed Company l Society and Personal : w. WALLMARK, Proprietor Salesroom and Office; .916% Hewitt Avenue Use the phone, mail or hand in social or personal items  (Opposite Mitchell Hotel) t PIIONE ; Salesroom, Sunset 1009  X 7T'I' ][- g[gl  [ t TA OI t f#  fr thesecolumns.  Greonhouse,:*l(i':lld.7*58137 YX LVLREII /AGIle $ ReV. J. McKean was in Everett Tues- Ray Green was in Everett Monday.  $,O_O.O..A-$4t.dbm ' day. " Mrs. Rowleywent to Seattle Tues- Furniture and Hardware Mrs A W Borden spent Monday in day We're Making a Nohe About Our Flora Because It's the Best In Town. Everything In Fancy Groceries. Thompson's Cash Grocery. AVOID HARSH DRUGS. Many Cathartics Tend to Cause Injury to the Bowels. If you are subject to constipation, ,'ou should avoid strong drugs and athartics. They only give temporary 'elief and their reaction is harmful and .'ometimes more annoying than consti- tution. They in no way effect a cure :rid their tendency is to weaken the Ilready weak organs with which they ome in contact. We honestly believe that we have he best constipation treatment ever levised. Our faith in it is so strong :hat we sell it on the positive guaran- ee that it shall not cost the user a ent if it does not give entire satisfac- :ion and completeAy remedy constipa- =ion. This preparation is called RexaU )rderlies. These are prompt, soothing, md most effective in action. They are ade of a recent chemical discovery. ,.'heir principal ingredient is odorless, :dateless, and colorless. Combined with )ther well-known ingredients, long es- :ablished for their usefulness in the treatment of constipation, it forms a ,qblet which is eaten Just like candy. ['hey may be taken at any time, either any or night, without fear of their vausing any inconvenience whatever. ['hey do not gripe, purge, nor cause nausea. They act without causing any ;)sin or excessive looseness of the bowels. They are ideal for children, weak, delicate persons, and aged peo- ple, as well as for the most hearty ,erson. " They come in three size packages, 12 tablets, 10 cents; 36 tablets. 25 cents; 80 tablets, 50 cents. Re- member, you can obtain them only at our store -- The Rexall Store. CAMP BROS DRUGGISTS Expert Shoe Repairing Prompt Service and the most Satisfac- tory Results Delivered anywhere in the city A Call Solicited Phone 61. Reaction of Water--Faintly alkaline, depos Main Street. its calcium carbonate freely when boiled, and hence contains free carbonic acid. -- Parts per 100,000 @@4HHHHHMHHHHHHM@@4'4H@ Total Solids ................................ 363.0 i c, yv y l Chlorine ....................................... 195/ err alle Sodium ................................. 119.5 Calcium ................................... : NUI00SEI(Y ] Magnesium ................................ 3..q Combined Carbonic Acid (COs) ........... 13.7 Silica ......................................... 18.0 Sulphuric Acid (Hz S04) ................. Trac( * I. ft. HOPKINS, Prop. k Iodine ............................... Faint Trace  All varieties of Fruit Trees The above constituents are probably corn-  and Shrubbery. ][ bined in the water as follows:  Parts in 100,000 All stock guaranteed true 2 Sodium Chloride (common salt) Na C1 ..... 304.0  to label. Magnesium Chloride, Mg CI ............... 15A & For shrubs and ornamental trees Calcium Carbonate (limestone) CaCoNo. 3 '.0  Silica (free) ................  .............. 18.0 t Phone Sulphuric Acid ....................... Trace i T.R. HOPKINS Iodine .............................. Faint Trace  Cherry Valley, Wash. 6 If the solid matter above is considered, its per,enrage composition would be as follows: b Sodium Chloride .......................... 84.35   Magnesium Chloride ...................... 4.27 Calcium Carbonate ........................ 6 38 Silica ....................................... 4"991 . G. SCI=INEIDER, Solo Agefit.  his Seed Real [state -- V////////"/////////] Sermlnatlon. No seeds packl ere ///////t fg////] by tm unlem these twu qualltie.how i////// thve/hish't maadad. Omfdlr F///////// equipped laboratory undez the V//////////////?//] di'tlon d a ,ia ,d n Acre tracts at Park Place. Good soil. //////////'///////////J ed taler zaove, dl Rum work. Easy terms. ////////////f/////AI WhenbuylnsLil]r',eeda.roubur One hundred acres bottom land, two --//// iedao,. Seadfurud. miles from Monroe. $3500. //] The C. H.  C*.. Sah Ninety acre ranch for rent. $200.  I I Eight room house on Main street for rent. $12.00 per month. Large @$#$$4,@@@@4@ yard. G. F. COOK, Agent Ferguson Bldg. - Monroe.  WETMOR[. AVE i Everett Tent e t :V[R[II, W^S' t A00Co. ! Manufacturers of Tents and 1 Awnings. Horse and Wagon Covers.  Flags of All Kinds. 1 Canvas Goods of Every Description. Duck of All Widths and Weights.  Authmt;candvduabhidormadot [edin and housins pouhry l 1501 Hewitt Ave,, Everett, Wash,  ,o,,'buu' ,... .""-.,, ,,,"*s" Cor. HayS, opposite P.O.  Lilly'. Poultry Boob--j,ua t Phone 8103. Res. 8131. t md [or copy, ee. Everett. Henry Tempke has moved his family to Sultan. Charles Faussett, of Tolt, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Wallace was a Duvall visi- tor in town Tuesday. Mrs. U. S. Buck and Mrs. S. A. Buck were in Everett Tuesday. Arthur Hunt, of Seattle, is in town this week visiting friends. ! H.H. Griswold, who is now located ]at Tolt, was in town the past week. Quite a number of young people at- tended the dance in Duvall Saturday ev- ening. J. Abacherli, who is now living on the Bentley place near Snohomish, was in town early in the week. C. H. Graves went to Seattle Satur- day evening to visit his brother, O. N. Graves, of Ellensburg who was also a visitor there. Capt. and Mrs. John Smith, of Mania- tee, Mich., arein town for a couple of weeks visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Leduc. Capt. Smith and Mrs. Ledue are brother and sister. C. J. Stuart was in Bellingham at the end of the week in attendance at the annual meeting of the Western Wash- ington Horticultural Society of which organization he was re-elected president. About 100 people enjoyed a good pro- gram given by the Swedish Church Hope Society on Tuesday evening when Mrs. A. Nassman entertained the so- ciety at the Swedish church. All re- port a good time. A nice lunch was served. Mrs. S. B. Moore went to Snohomish Tuesday morning to visit her sister, Mrs. A. C. Johnson, who was enter- taining the president of the Rebekeh Lodge. Mrs. Bridgefort was also there and will return with Mrs. Moore, her sister, for a few days visit in Monroe. Announcements were received in Monroe last week of the marriage of Mr. Harry P. Manion to Miss Hazel M. Kendall, of Bend, Oregon. Mr. Manion'formerly lived in Monroe and is very well know here and his many friends wish the happy couple all man- ner of happiness. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sawyer left for New York via Portland Tuesday morn- ing after a week's business visit in Monroe. They will visit in Seattle and Tacoma en route. No early disposition will be made of the Sawyer property which will remain in charge of Rev. J. McKean. Mrs. A. W. Burke takes the Sawyer residence. The Rebekah lodge and Odd Fellows gave a surprise party Saturday even- ing at the I. O. O. F. hall, in hbnor of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Coy who will shortly leave here to make their future home in Brewster, Wash. About 60 people were present and spent a delightful i evening playing cards. Refreshments were served. The "children" were all out in full force at the children's party given by the young ladies sewing chb, Wednes- day evening at the home of Mr. and Miss Cummings. They had a delight- ful time playing all manner of games. The "forfeits" were all redeemed man- fully and womanfully though some had hard tasks to perform. Popcorn, candy and oranges were served during the evening. No one wanted to go home but if they were not home by 12 o'clock they were all afraid of the "slipper." Those present were Misses Helen and Esther Leduc, May and Nellie Fleming. Hawley, Lizzie Sennitt, Eunice Cum- mings, Dorathea Matthews, Messrs. W. E. Waddell, E. M. Price, Axel Nordmark, Fred Kurtz, Bob Williams, Dr. J. E. Moulton, Wilson McNeill, Hamilton, and Ralph Cummings. A Common Cold We claim that if catching cold could be avoided some of the most dangerous and fatal diseases would never be heard of. A cold often forms a culture bed for germs of infectious diseases. Con- sumption, pneumonia, diptherla and scarlet fever, four of the most danger- ous and fatal diseases, are of this class. The culture bed formed by the cold fav- ors the development of the germs of these diseases, that would not otherwise i find lodgement. There is little danger, 1 of any of these diseases being I however, contracted when a good expectorant l medicine 1 i k e Chamberlain's I cough Cough Remedy is used. It cleans out I these culture beds that favor the devel- [ opment of these germs of these diseas- I es. That is why this remedy has proved so universally suasessful in preventing pneumonia. In not only cures your cold quickly, but mimimizes the risk of contracting these dangerous diseases. For sale by all dealers. Mrs. Dan Wolfe spent Wednesday in Everett. Miss Holcomb was a Snohomish visit- or Sunday. August Holmquist was in Everett on business Monday. F. J. Bartels went to Arlington Thursday morning, E. V. Landon was a business visitor in Everett Monday. Capt. J. Donahoe was a business vis- itor in Everett Monday. Mrs. H. Ekman and Mrs. V. Ekman spent Sunday in Everett. Mrs. W. Cedergren spent Wednesday with friends in Snohomish. Wm. Baldwin has been quite serious- ly ill for about three weeks. J. A. Vanasdlen and daughter, Miss Annie, went to Everett Monday morn- ing. Mrs. C. G. Schneider went to Seattle Monday to attend the funeral of an old friend. Mrs. Carri Hightower spent a couple of days in Sedro-Woolley this week on business. Mrs. Dan O'Donnell went to Snoho- mish Sunday to spend a few days with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Williamson, of Hartford, were over on business the past week. Mrs. Rickard, of Everett, was a week end visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Austin. Mrs. F. D. Johnson and Miss Lisk, of Everett, visited with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Riley a part of last week. Mrs. S. R. McGowan was operated upon recently successfully at Portland and is expected home at the end of the week. S. J. Moody was down from Duvall Tuesday and said that he was going to re-open the Duvall store for himself after the sale and was going to put in a new stock. R. J. Scott, the hustling laundryman of Monroe, was in town Monday. He reports that business is improving along the line, with mills and camps resuming operations--Index News. Mrs. Beldon, District Deputy of the Lady Maccabees, and Mrs. Furneff, both of Everett, were in town Tuesday and attended lodge. They were enter- NEW AND SECOND HAND You Can Save Money on Goods at This Store F. M. HOFF Phone Sunset 1233. furniture [0r the Home or Office I Just what you are looking for. Just what you I need. A very complete line, and every piece the best that can be purchased at the price. Don't forget to inspect the stock and we are very confident of being able to suit you. MONROE FURNITURE CO ___J i "'i ' No Job too Large No Job too Small | I fadU:at: tgiCkeleyWtha:evPe:YPhrg dh:te:i;rIa:-nItv:rywcltTs :fhil:tk i I have your painting', papering and decorating done by expert workmen. I It means satisfection and a real money saving in the end. Talk it over II with us. I i N.T. BRADLEY. I .. ,. . , _.... F--'- ..... ! I I _ Monroe Grocery Co. I I I I I | FEED HAY I | I , I I I II I IIlll tained by Mrs. H. Ekman and Mrs V. " ..... =-.''':;: Ekman. J.A. VANASDLEN, Notary Public. J.C. FALCONER, Notary Public Notice toCreditorSNo. 258 P i Monroe Real Estate g Loan Co i IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE II OF WASHINGTON. IN AND I,00ORTHE[I Timbe. Lands, Farm and COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the matter of the estate of JENNIE M. SAWYER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned deceased, to the creditors of alld atl per- sons having claims against the said deceased. to exhihit them with the necessary vouchers within one year after the date of the first pllb- lieation of this notice.to-wit: First day of Marcl, [ t 1912, to the said Executor at the offices of I'aus- Office: Corner Main and ferry Streets t sett & Smith, Attorne:s, 306-7 Stokes Building, Everett, Washington, the same being the places for the transaction of the business of said l @db@dbdbdbdbdMb--",   v*v ,vrv vvvvvv v'rvvvvvv estate. FAUSETT& SMITH and WM. THEe, VON DEI 4HH4HHH@4@@4HH@4,@V4M@4HH,OV@ LIPPE, Attorneys for Executor, 206-7 Stokes, Bldg., Everett, Washington, Date of first publication March l, 1912. Date of last publication March 29, 1912. Summons for Publication No. 12,195 g FIED GA[(DELL, Proprietor g S00A00'E I A P I Ci tlemen's R t I opu ar en esor Samuel Agnew and Hugh Agnew, plaintiffs; VSo Z'G'Dunn' (JaneDe) Dunn' his wife' and all t i persons claiming by, through or under tilem, Complete Stock of defendants. The StateofWashingtontothe said Z. G. i Liq d Cigars | Dunn, ,Jane Doe) Dunn, his wife, and all per- Jl[3Lg, uors an sons claiming by. through or under them, de- fendants: You areherebysummonedto appear within : Years of experience and courteous treatment of sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: Within sixty days  after the first (lay of March, 1912, and defend the patrons is responsible for our success. $ & above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plain- db@@4@bdbdbdb@db@@$$$$$$$ , w o,o**our w ,o, undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his office i'lal---- below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, ]udgemen wiU be rendered against you ac- cording to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said e0nrt. The object of the above entitled action is to quiet HAY GRAIN FEED AND COAL B O TI'I TELEPHONES 0@4,@@@4@@@@@@004,@@@@@@@@@@ 0@@ i Monroe, Washington I C. H. SOLL, M. D. H. K. STOCKwELL, M. D. A modern hospital for the treatment of medical, i surgical and obstetrical cases, t t For Rates Apply to Matron t plaintiff's title to aertain real-estate situate in said County of Snohomish, Washington. C. H. GRAVES, Attorney for Plaintiffs. P. O. Address, Monroe, Wash. First publication March l, 1912. Last publication April 12, 1912. Men's Shoes AT MODERATE PRICES| Patrons are telling me that my stock|. of Men's Shoes is as good as is to be i found and that the prices are lower| than elsewhere. They should be..I My expenses are less. i Nea Hachinery I has been installed to make this a | model Shoe Repair Shop and all work I is done rightly and quickly. | Charles Jacobson I Sam Block J Patronize Our Advertisers