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Page Eight THE MONROE MONITOR--Monroe, Washington Friday, March 27, 1925 I ii ! R. J. STRETCH COMPANY THE STORE OF THE PEOPLE Stretch's High Grade Tea. Fancy 1 [ Stretch's High Grade Cocoa.. All] First Picking. lb. pkg., 35c; Cocoa, no tin, 25c lb. Why buy a tin 1 lb. pkg. 65c. All Tea---no tin can to throw away? f - ! Stretch's High Grade Coffee, 50c lb. ] 3 lbs. $1.45. All Coffee, no tin. "We Roast Our Own" ! SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MARCH 30: ROLLED OATS 9 lb. Sacks ................................................ P & G WHITE NAPTHA SOAP 10 bars for ................................................ 53c 43c 27c 4 bars for .................................................. BRILLO (Aluminum Cleaner)makes 1Tc old aluminium look like new, per pkg ..... TOILET CREPE 26c 4 large rolls for ...................................... CAMPBELL'S SOUPS 37c 4 cans for ................................................ Stretch's Saturday 10 lbs. Sugar Special 69c p , |' Super Phosphate, $2.00 per sack; $28.00 per ton. Gypsum, 90e per sack: $18.00 per ton. Mor Crop, $2.90 per ewt. Fertilizer Bone Meal, $3.50 per cwt. We still have a few Earliest of All and Early Rose Seed potatoes WE DON'T AIM TO PLEASE--WE PLEASE! QUALITY SERVICE SATISFACTION PHONE 1533--1543 R.J. STRETCH CO.--THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP, AFTER ALL WAREHOUSE 261 THE GRANGE AND THE LAW Big Organization of Farmers To Take Strong Stand for Better Law Enforcement. Influence on Law's Side. In every section of the United States the Grange organization is srongly declaring itself on the side of law enforcement pledging the united and hearty support of its great membership--numbering nearly one million alert farm people--to a vigor ous campaign in support of universal law enforcement. Local Granges ave appointing enfor'cement committees, i strong Grange resolutions are being adopted and sent to national and state legislative bodies, and the full force of Grange influence is being outspokenly aligned on the side of law and order. The spirit of the Grange is accurate- ly expressed in the declaration of the Ohio state Grange at its recent an- nual session, attended by 2000 dele- gates and members: So long as the "good citizen" winks at or takes a hand in breaking the lawns against speeding on the high- ways, overloading the roads and bridges, desecrating the Sabbath, dis- playing obscene literature and pic- tures, and genteel forms of bootleg- ging, the criminal classes will take aid and comfort from such delin- quency and will govern themselves accordingly. Contempt and disrespect for laws is the crying evil of the age, being bred and nurtured not by felons in their cells but by "substantial" citi- zens who do nt realize that a law ought to be obeyed, even if there is no other reason than it is the law. No matter how able or vigilant our offices may be, ideal conditions of law enforcement will never prevail until there is a full and widespread realization of individual duty and re- sponsibility for such enforcement. We therefore resolve that the Ohio state Grange stands unequivocally in favor of the rigid enforcement of all laws. Shelton--Building construction un- usually active. REV. O B. ONG The Quaker evangelist will hold a series of meetings in the Nazarene church, Monroe, beginning March 31. Preaching that will bring you in touch with heaven and things divine. "Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today and forever." Heb. 13 8 Turn- er Bros., evangelist singers, singling that will bless and thrill yx>ur soul. A hearty invitation extended to all. Mrs. J. M. Stephens, Pastor. Hall's Catarrls Medicine ,.a om,n. Treatment, bod local and internal, and has been success. ful in the tTeatment of Catarrh for over '?.ortT yeara, Sold by all druggis F. J. CHENEY &. CO., Toledo, Ohio PIANO & ORGAN TUNING AND REPAIRING B. R. Emsley of Seattle, piano and organ tuner, will be in Monroe on or about Wednesday, April 1st. Leaves orders at SAVOY HOTEL. ,.. I |4 Ps4e tlIurated Caml, Iludlnll, Informaflot oo How and Wi, o P|snt "32 Year. o[ atisfadZio'" 1913B Sixth Ave., Seattle, Wash INCREASE IN TYPHOID CASES Shows What Pure Food, Es- pecially Pure Water Supply, Will Do to Kill Off This Overheated Enemy. Seattle, March 25.--A marked de- crease in the number of cases and in the number of deaths from typhoid fever has occurred in this state, ac- i cording to Dr. Paul A. Turner, direct- or of the state department of health. A decrease of 112 cas'es and 31 deaths from this disease is reported for 1924, according to statistics re- cently compiled by the vital statistics bureau, state department of health. Five hundred and forty-seven cases and 78 deaths of typhoid fever oc- curred in 1923, while in 1924 there ere only 435 cases with 47 deaths. "Purification, and the use of chlor- ine in the sterilization of water sup- plies; proper pasteurization of milk and dairy products; the deteetio and restriction of typhoid carriers and the elimina,tion of cro,ss-connec- tions with municipal water supplies" are given in a recent report of the communicable disease division of the state department of health as the im- portant factors in. the control of typhoid fewr and other intestinal diseases. In 1921 and 1922 there were 794 deaths from intestinal diseases Bargains in Odd Pieces of Furniture 1 Long Nufold Davenport, upholstered in Craftsman imitation leather, wears like real leather. Regular price $85.00 Reduced to $66.00 1 Davenpo.rt, overstuffed, upholstered in Tapestry; regular $125.00 Reduced to $98.50 1 Morris Chair, heay Tapestry; regular $55.00. Reduced to $44.75. 1 Tapestry Rocker, regular $27.50. Reduced to $19.50 1 Rocker, brown mahogany, 3 panel cane back, blue and taupe velour seat. Regular $34.50. Reduced to $24.75 1 Rocker, brown mahogany, cane panel back, Tapestry seat; regular $28.00. Reduced to $21.50. 1 Rocker, brown mahogany, blue leather seat; regular $27.50. Reduced to $19.50. 1 Brown Reed Rocker, Tapestry seat and back; regular $31.50. Reduced to $19.50. 1 Brown Reed Rocker, reg. $20.00. Reduced to $14.50 3 Mission Table Lamps, art glass shades, $6.50, $?.50 and $8.00. 2also other articles which are reduced greatly in price. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY (among which typhoid is numbered) while in 1923 and 1924 there were 548 deaths. This means a reduction of 248 deaths from this group of diseases for the biennium. Queers--Olympic highway to be graded from this place to H eh river. Buy a Ford and bank the difference. Monroe Garage. MEET J o'Vo 0 II il ,'r /.A ',' E HcA rc/ ,4 A"ER SOONt Rexall One-Cent Sale April 2, 3 and 4 You know the money-saving value of this sale. It is a sale where yu buy an item at the regular price, then another item of the same kind for one cent. kll standard marchandise. Make your selections early while stock is complete. Remember the date, Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 2, 3, 4, 1925. AT YOUR SERVICE Camp-Riley Drug Co. Drugs and Gifts MONROE, WASHINGTON C. L. BARLOW [ Monroe's Exclusive Shoe Store [I Everwear Silk Hosiery I[ Star Brand Shoes [I Monroe ...... WOOD PLANER ENDS MILL WOOD FOREST WOOD ALDER WOOD SLAB WOOD HEMLOCK WOOD Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty. Five Trucks at Your Service. Experienced Drivers." All Work Guaranteed. COAL Bellingham Coal Briquets Coal Utah Coal MONROE TRANSFER & FUEL CO. PHON 371