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Friday, March 27, 1925 THE MONROE MONITOR--Monroe, Washington Page Seven I I E. T. BASCOM LAWYER Practices in All Courts Monroe, Washington G. F. COOK Lawyer 321 STOKES BUILDING Everett. Wash. DR. A. ZAREMBA Dentist Successor to Dr. Lewis Monroe National Bank Bldg. MONROE, WASHINGTON DR, C. W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block. Monroe f MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY Two Daily Deliveries Whipping Cream that will Whip All Orders Promptly Filled Milk from T. B. Tested Cows L. A. KEECH ' Telephone 36J1 Monroe 5 I i C. H.. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 693 Best and Prompt Service Snohomish, Wash. PLUMBING OR SHEET METAL WORK See VICTOR MATTSON at THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. Monroe E. E. Purdy & Sons UNDERTAKERS -- Telephone 131 -- Snohomish Office -- Phone 422 Monroe, Washington ) Two Deliveries Daily-- Have Your Milk Delivered Two Deliveries Daily-- MORNING AND EVENING W. A. NICKEL Phone 471 ::" Monroe CLARENCE HICKEY Engineering, Surveying, Mapping 508 COMMERCE BLDG. Everett, Washington Smith's $b0p Auto Repairing Wagon Work General Jobbing , Spring Work HORSE SHOEING North Lewis St., Monroe Andrews' Old Stand Telephone 104 s C. A. Strandberg Doctor Veterinary Science General Practice GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSESHOEING ACETYLENE WELDING MONROE, WASH. Telephones-- Office 1921 Residence Phone 1963 . To be Satisfied When in Everett EAT AT THE flallncy gale 1507 Hewitt Ave. Everett, Wash. Increase Hilk Flow! correct rnalnutrl.tto.n, stop abortion and sterility, ehmmate paralysm and rickets in your cattle, hor6es. swine and sheep with VITAMINERAL The original pr. A. T:,Pte" form_u.la eontalnlngdried a.t vl_tales wzth strength giving mznevA 1 absolutely guarantee V MINERAL tO inereaee milk flow. Coqt ts small. You can cheek resul in a week's time. Telephone me for more information about VITAMINERAL. Dr. E. C. Miller ORDINANCE NO 209 An ordinance amending ordinance number 195 entitled ,'And ordinance providing for the organization of the -ater department nd relating to the operation and control of the muni- cipal water supply system of the town " o, of Monroe, r%ulatmg the use of the ' water therefrom, providing for the I sale of the same, fixing the price thereof and providing a method of collecting rates therefor and pre- scribing penalties for the violation of the provisions of this ordinance," and creating the offices of "Superin- tendent of Water Works" and "Water 'r Works Collector" and prescribing the duties of the incumbents of said offices and repealing ordinance num- ber 204 entitled "An ordinance amending sections one (1), two (2), eight'con (18), .nineteen (19) and twenty-two (22) of Ordinance No. 195, .entitled, "An ordinance providing for the organization of the water department and relating to the opera- tioga and control ef the municipal water supply system of the Town of Monroe, regulating the use of water therefrom, providing for the sale of the same, fixing the price thereof and providing a method of collecting rates therefor and prescribing pen- alties for the violation of the pro, visions of this ordinance." Be it ordained by the council of the Town of Monroe, Snohomish county, Washington, as follows: Section 1. That section one (1) of said ordinance number 195 be and the same hereby is amended to read as follows: Section 1. There is hereby created an office to be known as "Superin- tendent of Water Works" for the town of Monroe. Such superintend - ent shall be appointed by the mayor and shall hold office at the pleasure of the mayor. He, shall receive the. salary of One Hundred .Twenty-five and no-100 ($125.00) dollars per mc, nth payable monthly. It shall be the duty of the "Superintendent of Wlater Works" to have charge of and attend to the entire water wvrks system and all of the tools, machin- ery, appliances and equipment used in connection therewith and to at- tend to the reading of meters, making connections, turning on and off of water when necessary and to co- operate with the. "Water Works Col- lector" in all practical ways and to J report to said Water Works Collector all new connections and customers promptly and all customers who shall cease to use .water and all discon- nections of users of water and to generally do and perform ny and all other duties incident to those herein specifically mentioned and to perform such .other duties as the may- or and town council may from time to time officially .order and direct. Section 2. Water Works Collectar. There is hereby created an office to be known as "Water Works Collector" of the town of Monroe. Such "Water" Works CollectOr" shall be appointed by and hold office at the pleasure of the mayor and' shall receive a permanent records. When the 15th day of any month falls on Sunday or a legal holiday, the day following shall be the last day on which such charges shall be due and payable. All fixed rates not so paid shall be delinquent. All delinquents will be shut off and will not be turned on again until all arrearages and penalties have been paid, together with an additional penalty of fifty cents for shutting off and turning on of the water. Pavement of water rates charged against the premises for the current term shall :not be accepted until arrearaes against" said premises shall have been paid. Section 5. That section twenty- one (21) be and the same hereby is amended to read as follows: Section 21. Meter Rates: Bills foT water supplied on meter rates shall be sent out on the first of each month for the previous month and shall be due and payable on or before the 15th day of the month, and if not so paid, c or before said date, the water shall be shut off from the premises and not turned on until payment of the amount due is made, with fifty cents in addition for the expense .el shutting the water off and turning it on. When the 15th day of any month falls on Sunday or a legal holiday the day following shall be the last day on which such charges shall be due and payable. Section 6. That section twenty- three (23) of said ordinance number 195 be and the -same hereby is amended to read as follows. See- tion 23. Fixed Rates. The monthly rates for the use "of water, other than by meter, shall be known as fixed rates, and shall be as follows: Bakeries, steam ............................ $3.25 Bakeries, other than steam ........ 2.25 Banks ................................................ 1.75 Barber shops, 1 chair ................ 1.85 Each additional chair ............. 40 Bath tubs, private, one ............. 25 Each addtional one ................. 25 Bath tubs, public, one tub ........ 1.40 Blacksmith shop, one fire ............ 1.75 Boarding house ............................ 1.75 Book Bindery ................................ 1.75 Building and construction, lime, per barrel ..................................... 12 Cement, per barrel ..................... 06 Butcher shop ................................ 1.85 Cement, see building. Church, cold water faucets, bath and toilet .................................... 1.00 Water for power .................... Meter City building, one cold water faucet .................... $1.75 or Mcter Concrete, see building I Conneetioas: in alley, cash .................... $6.00 3 in. alley, 12 installments .... 6.25 in street, cash .................... 7.00 in street, 12 installments .... 7.25 1 in. alley, caffh ........................ 8.00 1 in. alley, 12 installments ........ 8.25 1 in. street, cash .................... 9.00 1 in. street, 12 installments ...... 9.25 Material furnished by town. For connection only, material furnished by owner ................ 1.00 For sizes larger than three-fonrth (%) inch or where it becomes ! necessary to open a paved street water rentals whatsoever for thel said tovn of Monroe, and to pay the same daily to the town treasurer, tajMng the receipt of the town treas- urer therefor, to keep the, office of said "Water Wsrks Collector" open for business for the period of eleve (11) days in each month from the 5th to the 15th inclusive. (Sundays and legal holidays excepted) during the hours from 9:00 o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock m., and from 1:00 e'clock to 3:00 o'clock p. m., provided that when the 15th day of any month shall fall on Sunday or a legal hell- Salary of Thirty ($30.00) dollars ! the actual cost of labor and rea- per month payable monthly. It shall terial in laying such a service and be the duty of the "Water Works i replacing the pavement shall be Collector" to make and keep an charged. Where service larger alphabetic list of all water users and [ than one inch is installed a connections and to notify the "Super- meter may be required. intendent of Water Works" of all Cows or horses, each ................ $ .30 delinquencies that may occur from Dairy, more than 10 cows ........ Meter time to time and of all customers Dwelling, 1 family, 1 tap ............ $1.50 making application for connections Elevators (hydraulic) ................ Meter and to the turning on and off of Foundry .................... $1.75 or Meter water and to cooperate with the:F.ountains, public, drinking, rate "Superintendent of Water Works" in ll according to service, or optional all practical ways, to collect all l with town council. Minimum (per annum) ............................ .1.25 Fotmtains, display, public or pri- vate grounds, optional with town council. Minimum (per annum) .............................. 225 Fire hydrant, municipal, 4 inch standpipes ................................ $1.75 Four to six inch hydrants, each 3.25 Fire protection, private ............ Meter Standpipes and automatic sprinklers ................................ Meter Garages, public ............ $3.25 or Meter Green house ................ $1.75 or Mer Halls (public) or lodge rooms..Meter Hotels, ,not exceeding ten (10) "2 day said' office shall be kept open for forms ........................ $2.25 or Meter business on the following day. The i Each addtional room ................. 10 Water Works Collector shall give a Ice cream parlors, each ............ $1.75 bond of Five Hundred ($500.00) Laundry ........................................ Meter Dllars to be approved by the ton ,Lodging house, not over ten (10) council. ! rooms ........................ $2.25 or Meter Section 3. That section two (2) Each additional room ................. 10 of said Ordinance number 195 be and Market( meat. fish, vegetables) $1.75 thesame hereby is amended to be as Manufacturing plants ..... ........... Meter !ollows: Section 2. Applications: All And shops not otherwise applications for the use of water specified .................................... Meter shall be made to the Water Works ' Office buildings ........................ Meter Collector on printed forms o be Photo gallery ................................ $3.00 furnished for that purpose, and must i Pool halls and card be accompanied with the fee for in- rooms ........................ $2.75 or Meter stallation of water service hereinaf- ! Poultry plants over 150 birds....Meter ter provided. Every such application  Printing plant ........................... $1.75 shall be made by the owner of the Railroad depot .................... : ........ "2. 1.75 Restaurants or lunch counters ................................ $3.75 or Meter Schovl, public .or private ........ Meter Stables, private, one animal and one vehicle ................................ $ .55 Each additional animal ............. 30 Sprinkling, lawns, gardens, etc., property to be served, ,or his author- ized agent, and the applicant must state fully and truly all the purposes for which the water may be required, and must agree to conform to the rules and regulations then or there- after established from time to time as condition for the use of the water. I minimum, per season ................ 1.00 Such application, together with its For each 25x120 ft frontage or. acceptance, shall constitute a con- major fraction thereof ............. 15 tract, on, the part of the person mak- ] (Sprinkling sea'son, Jtme, July, Aug- ing the same, to pay for the water lust and September in each year) applied for at the rate and in the I Nobe--(Sprinkling rates shall be ap- manner provided for in this ordi- plied only when the hours for such, ance, subject, however, to the right of as fixed by ordinance, shall be oh- served, and in no .case shall they be applicable to a. larger area than 120x120 feet at the given rate per front footage. Where larger sprink- ling surface is desired a meter may bo installed.) Steam engines ............................ Meter Stores ,offices, etc., including basin and toilet .................... $1.75 Tanks (portable) each time filled ........................................ Meter Theatre ........................................ $1.75 Urinal, one, self closing ............. 25 (each addtional one) ................. 25 be and the same hereby is amended to read as follows: Section 20. Waer Rates When Due and Payable: All fixed rates shall be due and pay- able between the 5th and 15th days inclusive, of each and every month in advance, at the office of the Water Works" Collector who shall receive the money and receipt therefor, stat- said town to change the rates at any time, by ordinance,, to temporarily discontinue the serwce at any time, arid to install a meter or meter's to register the water consumed, and such contract shall be subject to all the provisions of this ordinance and of any ordinance of said town relat- ing t said subject hereafter passed, and to all rules and regulations', of the town council or of the Superin, tendent of Water Works. Section 4. That Section twenty (20) of said ordinance number 195 (one, continuous flow) ........ Meter (each additional one ............ Meter Water closets (private) one self closing ........................................ $ .25 Water closets, residence, water washing ......................................... 25 Each additional one ..................... 25 Public one, self-closing ................. 25 Each additional one ................. 25 ing in the receipt the property for Provided, however, that for each YOUR PRINTING I which water rental has been paid building, fountain and hydrant listed and shall post same in books for tn this section a discount of twenty- five cents shall be allowed, provided the water rental therefor shall have been paid before the same becomes delinquent. Section 7. That section twenty- four (24) cf said ordinance number 195 be and the same hereby is amend- ed to read as follows: Section 24. Mbter Rates: The rates for water supplied by meter shall be for .the quantity used in any one month, as per schedule of rates, as follows: Retail Schedule First 500 cu. feet .................... $1.75 Next 500 cu. feet ........ $. 12 per 100 Next 4,000 cu. feet ......... 08 per 100 Next 20,000 cu. feet ......... 05 per 100 Next 25,000 cu. feet ......... 04 per 100 Wholesale Rates First 50.000 cu. feet .................... .................... $ .08 per i00 cu. feet Next 50,000 cu. feet ........................ .................... $ .04 per 100 cu. feet Next 150,000 cu. feet .................... ..................... $ .03/ per 100 cu. feet Next 250,000 cu. feet .................... ........................ $ .03 per 100 cu. feet Next 350,000 cu. feet .................... .................... $ .02 per i00 cu. feet Provided, however, that not mere than one dwelling house, store or cther occupancy shall be metered on one meter unless the minimum charge be paid for each of said dwellings, stores or other eccupancies using water through such meter, and in ad- dition thereto the minimum rate be charged for each of said dwellings, stores or other occupancies for all water passing through said meter in excess of 500 cubic feet. The tenant if such there be, on any premises using water, shall be jointly, and severalIy liable for the payment of any and all water rentals with the owner .as mentioned in sectio'n fif- teen (15) and sixteen (16) of said ordinance number 195. The right is reserved to the town to amend or add to these rules' and regulations or to change water rates as experience may show to be neces- sary or expedient. Section 8. That said ordinance number 204 is hereby repealed and the temporary resolutio.n providing for the payment of fifty ($50.00) dollars per month for water collec- tions is hereby rescinded and re- voked. Section 9. This ordinance shall take effect uPOn its passage, approval and puNication, as provided by law. Introduced March 11th, 1925 Passed March 25th, 1925. Approved March 25th, 1925. 1 E. T. BASCOM, I Attest: Mayor. E. L. PURDY, , Town Clerk. Published March 27th, 1925. INDUSTRIAL NEWS NOTES Sequim--$9,000 concerto building to be, erected. Pomona--ll miles of main-line railroad to be rebuilt between this place and Wymer. Longview -- Longi'ew National Bank to erect new ha.ms. Stevenson--County court house to have $10,000 addition. Selah--E. E. Samson Company to FOR RENT FOR RENT--Furnished rooms for ligh housekeeping. Call 321 Elizabeth street. 2t1" ] FOR RENT--Four unfurmshed up- i stairs rooms 109 East Main st. i M-IS -ANOU2 tf PICKED UP--Stray hound, black and I tan, left side of face white. Owner [ can have same by paying for this I adv., wnd keep. Ralph Buss, Monroe, Wash. 2t3 PLANT VICTORY OATS--the best variety. Recleaned sed for sale. Chas. E. Tayim', pnor.v 4w5. it21 SADDLE HORSE--A real good one, boys. Pe fectly gentl. C H. Currie, thone 49w2. lt3 DECORATING, kalsomining, pap'- nangi_'. Harold Hollier, cor. Hill and Lewis streets, Mc.nrce. ltd* VICTORY SEED OATS FOR SALE --Inspected and tested. Chas. E. Taylor. Phone 4w3. lt2 Notice I will not le responsible for any bills that are ruin by Mabel Hoffee and charged to me. 2t1" F.M. HOFFEE. 2tl* NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNC'HOMISH. No. 6014. In the matter of the estate of Gabriel Thompson, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Hedvig Thompszn, executrix of the said es- tate, has filed with the clerk of said court her final account and report in said esta, and petition to dis- tribute the residue f said estate to the persons entitl'ed thereto., and that Moiay, the 27th day of April, 1925, at 10:00 a,. m., on said day, in depart- ment No. 2 of said court, at the court house in Everett,' said'county, has been appointed by said court as the time and place for hearing upon said account and petition; any perso.ns in- terested in said estate" may' appear and file objections to .said accotmt, and contest same, and may be heard on the  hearing of said petition for distxibutin'HEDVIG TH'OIPSON, Executrix of said Estate. Coleman & Fogarty, Attorneys for Executrix. First pub. March 27 1925. Last pub. April 10, 1925. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOH()MIH. No. 2306. Eva Rod, Plaintiff, vs Henry Rode, Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, to 'Henry Rode, defendant herein: You are hereby summoned to appear erect $60,000 fruit storage plant, within sixty (60) days after the first publicatic(n of this summons, to-wit: Castle Rock--Pl'ans prepared fermi within sixty (60) days after the 27th erection of new city hall. day o March, A. D. 1925 and defend -- _ --" I the above entitled action in the above Gycerlne Mixture for entitled court and answer to the Gas on tomach I cmplaint of the plaintiff nd serve . - , i a copy of your answer on the under- Smple glycerine, buckthorn barK, . " Isined attorney at his office below etc., as mixed in Adlerika, helps any stated and in case of your failure case gas on stomach in TEN min-lso to do judgment will be rendered Mnt. mdicine act. only an i against you according to the demands utes -- - ...................... l of the complaint, which has been lower bowel but Adlerika acts on fild with the clerk of said court. BOTH upper and lower bowel and re- The object of this actio.n is to se- moves all gasses and poisons. Brings cure an absolute divorce of the out matter you never thought was in yOur system.. Excellent for obstinate constipation. Guards against appen- dicitis. Camp-Riley DrugCo. i stated and upon the terms and con- ditions following: Not less than one-tenth of the pur- chase price must be paid at the time of sale. Ihe purchaser, if he be not the owner cf e improvements, must forthwith pay te the officer making the sale the full amount of the ap- praised value of the improv,ements, as above stated. One-tenth of the purchase price must be pai:] annually thereafter with interest on all de- ferred payments at the rate of six per centum per annmn: Provided, That any purchaser may make full paynrent of principal, interest and statutory fees at any time and ob- tain deed. The purchaser of land containing timber or oh-r valuab!e materiaIs is prohibited by law from cutting or removing any such tim- ber or materials without fi:st ob- taining consent of the Comfiss]oner cf Publie Lands or the b-rd until the full amount of the purchase price has been paid and deed issued. All sales of state land; are made subjeet to the reservations of oils, gases, coal, ores, minerals and fossils of every name, kind and description,, and to the additional terms and con- ditions prescribed in section 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said land will be sold su;ject to the terms, conditions and reserva- tions, of chapter 109 of the Session Laws of 1911, relating to easements for rights-of-way and the carrying of timber, stone, minerals and other products over the same. CLARK V. SAVIDGE, Commissioner of Public Lands. First pub. Feb. 27, 1925. Last pub. April 3, 1925. "' FRED HAGEOORN Manufacturer of Cement, Building Blocks -:'and-- Art Stone Plant--North Blakely St. Monroe Near G. N. Ry. Tacks Glasses, $1.50 -- $2.50 -- $5.00 O. E. WILLIAMS, Jeweler Monroe :: Washington water 7 parties hereto upon the grounds of non-support and cruel and inhuman --because water, in freezing, expands treatment and personal indignities more than the pipe which contains and a decree o$ the court allowing it. Therefore it bursts the pipe to get attorney's fees and suit money, and more room. A painful situation! But awarding this plain-tiff the care, cus- +++++++-++++++++++ tody and control of her minor child-  1a$$ilicd i] ren' Fred Rode, Henry' lede and Adolph Rode, and title to the follow- ing described real estate, to-wit: ,Lots two (2) and seve (7) of ++++++++.+++++++++[block four (4) as per map and plat " of Wallace as filed and of record in W A N T E D the office of the county auditor in WANTED--Man and wife want job on ranch; or will rent ranch on shares. Address J. A.-McLaughlin, Duvall Wash. Phone 10R4. lt2* WANTED--Carpenter work, or re- pairing, by day or contract. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. C. Bisset, phone 38w4, R F D 1, Monroe. 51t6" FOR SALE FOR SALE--Fresh cow, Guernsey- Ayrshire, 6 years old, good milker. A. H. Jacobsen, 408 west Main street," Monroe. ,. lt2" FOR SALE--Three bull calves, one 5 months old, one six weeks old, one four weeks old, all purebred Guern- sey; papers furnished. One 3-year- old mare, 2 Percheron stallions, 2 years old; almost full blooded stock. Gus Danhof, R F D, Snohomish. lt2 FOR SALE--My home place, includ- ing eight acres situated on western edge of city of Monroe, paved road. Will sell entire tract or part. Mrs. E. P. Shipp. Tel. 12J3, Mvnroe, Wash. 46tf / plants, state inspected, free from I weevil; $5 per 1,000. C. H. Currie. phone 49w2. lt3 FOR SALE--R. I. Red hatching eggs. C. H. Currie, phone 49w2 lt2, FOR SALE--Holstein-Jersey cow, coming fresh soon; one trailer and oze cream separator. Inquire of Mrs F. C. Stucky, South K,elsey street, Monroe. 2t1" FOR SALE--Seven acres of land near Nowlty, Wash., known as the old Novelty school site, to highest bidder. Bids to be opened March 26. Mary F. Platt, Clerk Novelty School Dist. 15. R. 1, Box 224, Monrae. Wash. lt2 said county and state, and Lots one (1), two (2L three (3) four (4), five (5), six (6), seven (7), and eight (8) in block two (2) of Spauldimg's First addition, to W'allaee as per plat thereof filed and of record in the office of the county auditor of said county and state. ' E. T BASCOM, Attorney for plaintiff office and postoffice address, 113 West Main street, Monroe, Snohomish county, Wash- ington. First pub. March 27, 1925. Last pub. May 1, 1925. NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LANDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Tuesday, the 7th ddy of April, 1925, between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the afternoon, commencing at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, in front of the main en- trance door to the county court house in the city of Everett, county of Sno- homish, State of Washington, by the county auditor of said county, the Aspirin  Tablets quickly stop pain because they break up easily and start their relief work instantly. Absolutely true aspirin, tablets so skillfull, made that their beneficial action begins in 15 seconds. Highest purity, never irritate or burn. One o:f 200 Puretest preparations for health and hygiene. Every item the best. that skill and care can pro- duce. CAMP-RILEY DRUG CO. fin mrur BUS FRfK GARAGI[ If Bm do u met you ll Yello or Red Top following described state lands, to'- TaxlatOurExpenee. gether with the improvements sit- ! uated thereon, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder there- ALBRIGHT TRANSFER & for, to-wit: FUEL CO. Note--No one except citizens of Local and long distance haul- the United States, or persons who ing. Forest wood for sale. have declared their intention to be- Special rates on five cord lots. come such, ean purchase state lands. Let us bid on your hauling, any Application No. 12383. time, day or night. Phone 1501 SW of SE of section 36, town- MONROE ship 28 north, range 6 east, W. M., containing 40 acres, more or less, I according to the government survey thereof, appraised at $600.00. SEA of SE% of Section 36, town- ship 28 north, range 6 east. W. M., containing 40 acres, more or less, according to the dovernment survey thereof, appraised at $600.00. Said lands will be sold for not less than the appraised value above LET US DO