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Friday, April 3, 1925 THE MONROE MONITOR--Monroe, Washington " Page Five R. J. STRETCH STRICTLY CASH NO DELIVERIES CASH AND CARRY Phone 1 4 8 1 Stretch's High Grade Coffee 47c lb.; 3 lbs. $1.40. All Coffee--No Tin We Roast Our Own Stretch's High Grade Tea,  lb. pkgs. 30c; 1 lb. pkgs. 60c Fancy First Picking WHAT ARE YOU PAYING? Stretch's High Grade Cocoa, 22c lb. All Cocoa--No Tin Why buy a tin can to throw away? Butter, Ib ......................................................................................... 51c Eggs, dozen ...................................................................................... 25e Cheese, pound ................................................................................ 27e Fancy Dried Peaches, 2 lbs. for .................................................... 35e Fancy Dried Prunes, pound .......................................................... 12c Fancy Dried Figs, pound .......................................................... 15c Fancy Dried Apricots, 2 lbs. for ................................................ 45c Citrus Powder ................................................................................ 23c Crystal White Soap, 6 bars .......................................................... 25e Cocoanut'White Soap, 10 bars .................................................... 39c 4 lb. Package Seedless Raisins .................................................. 40c 8 lb. Sack Table Salt .................................................................. 17c Mothers Oats (Premium) .......................................................... 35c Quaker Quick Oats .......................................................................... 30c Albers Minit Oats ........................................................................ 30c Rogers Baking Powder .................................................................. 32c Calumet Baking Powder ............................................................... 29c Crescent Baking Powder ...........  .................................................. 32c FEEDS THAT SATISFY Dairy Feed .................................................................................... $1.90 Hog Feed .................................................................................... $2.00 Scratch Feed ................................................................................ $3.15 Egg Mash .................................................................................... $3.00 Cracked Corn .............................................................................. $2.90 Ground Corn .............................................................................. $2.90 Beet Pulp .................................................................................... $2.50 Pure Cane Sugar, 100 Ib sacks , $6.90 i Pure Cane Sugar, 10 Ibs , , 70C ] Fisher's Blend Flour, 49 Ib sacks, $2.75 WE SERVE YOU BETTER BY SELLING YOU MORE FOR LESS I .... :++++++++++++++++ them a much better sunlight system +++++++++++++++ i Mrs. Moore. Spring blooms made The Governor's Cabinet Chas. R. Maybury, Seattle, direct- LOCAL NEWS ITEMS also. This is also a sign that busi- T T the house and tables attractive. Mrs. ness must be getting better with + SOCIETY + Strandber scored hi-h na M- Governor Hartley now has the or of hcenses, game arm fish. ++++++++++++++++ them, expanding with the years. +++++++++++++4 Peterson ow; both re'ceived- pri'z:tgreater part of his official familyl J. W. Hoover, Everett, state high* Old time dance at I. O. O. F. hall, Friday, Saturday arid Sunday The Social club of the Wao,r 1. Mrs:,Hugh McGinn was hostess to I gathered about the administrative 'way engineer. ........... ) Jthe zouowing ladies at dinner onb_ar  and with the usherin  in of I The membmers of the tax commis- SaturdV.y, April 4. Music by Homer's special: Taffey, 14c for half pound, mm msrze,' met on xnursaay aider- Thursday: Mesdames Cecetia Badt-] v,, u s . 'sion Just announced bv the owrn,, " A " * , - ,  o ..... k Nettz the first day of pml may be sam five. Watson's Bakery. noon at the commumty hall, with e, e Walsh, Margaret Daly,] i are, Sam H. Chas, Seattle. six years; The Nugent Chevrolet Co., has Furniture upholstered, auto tops Mesdames Earl Lirdley, Balf, anct and Miss Catherine Murray. to. have really begun, the.Hartley aft- i Fred K. McBroom, Spokane. 4 years; succeeded to the business of the mmzsramn. xn nzs ovnczm zamnYrand D. C. MeInnes, of Port Angeles, Stove Chevrolet C4., ;according to won or emade and repaired. Auto Top Shop, Ira Baldwin as hostesses. After. an l_ The Rural club met at the LesterjSnohomish county is duly recognized two years, salary of each; $6,000 per new paintings on the walls of that a'a r ;Jy Fords?Yl cSa::: d. wa: d n!!:M!db!: :;ub m-:tc:t [hg hstee..sADAf:rrex tTz e ames jhnsS:aydasl_Ostmhih.flloW: as to number of men so chbsen, at annum. The portfolios of director of building, in Monroe. The change ay t least, and the success and fitness ,of conservation and development, direct,- was effective March 1st. 0 s all of them remains to be seen. Here or of agriculture, director of public Taxi for hire, new five-passenger : " th home of Miss Myrtle Vanasdlenlon, Ida Knapp and James Gaver. is the list: health, are still in charge of the Jay Thomas, Seattle, state printer. Hart appointees, and when these sedan, call Frank Kramer, Savoy i Elsewhere in the Monitor an auc-Ion Tuesday evening. The followingl  The juiciest plum on the tree, it is gentlemen are to be superceded by tion sale by Mrs. Annie Van Duren membebrs enjoyed an evening of] Order a load o wood and ,et your said. others or resign their posts is not hotel, phone 1293. l is advertised for the date of April bridge: Mesdames J. L. Brady, Rob-I garbage hauled away -to- b-oust. - Just Claire Bowman, Tacoma, director statet. Warden at Walla Walls pen, Gorge Main has turned over the 9th. ert Duncan. P. M. Laizure, Wm. Lille- have it ready in sack.q or "tmYo, ............. of labor and industries, and superintenent of the Monroe re- new building he has just cmpleted _  moen, Gardner, Clyde McGee, Vzctor Monroe In e " i " ' . d pendent Transfer, offme, John C. Denney. Everett, director formatory, are pretty good: berths to to the tenants thereof, the Skaggs The usual devo on.s m St. Mary s err, C. W. Robert, Howard Watkms, Central Garage. 2t2" of public works, he given out by Mr. Hartley. Co., who will open therein in the church on Wednesday and Friday Ed White, Misse Nellie Vanasd'lr grocery line within a few days. I will get my next suit from! George Smith. The Swedish Ladies Aid will meet at the church basement, Thursday af- ternoon, April 9, at 2 o'clock. Every- body welcome. The Thedinga Hardaware have ar- ranged a paint demk>nsration ;for Satufiday, April' 12th. Thi paine demonstrati'on will be given by a factory representative of the Acme Pain Company. Taxi for hire. new five-passenger sedan, call Frank Kramer, Savoy hotel, phone 1293. In the last issue of the Monitor, Watson's Bakery advertised Mexi- can penoche at 16c a half pound. The Monitor in printing this in the 3ocal columr, qued' he price at 16c a pound, this was an error. Main Brothers have enlarge.their store room by cutting out the parti- tion and opening the entire structure into one apartment. Mvre room was the urge of the change, which brings evenings, next week. Rev. Robert and Alice Louden. After a pleasant Dillon will conduct both of these four rounds the hostess served dainty service, refreshments. Mrs. Watkins sored high and Miss Louden low; each re- Married ceived a prize. Broyles-McCormick " ! ' The following Monroe people at- On Friday last took place the tend'od the meeting at Snohomish of marriage of Miss Neva McCormick the Master and Wardens club on Sat- of Monroe and Leo T. Broyles, of urday at the Masonic temple: Messrs , and Mesdames R. V. Green, Win. Entiat. The ceremony was perform- Lillemoen. C. A. McMickle, with I. ed in Everett. J. Oliver and his daughtef, Mrs. Ona The bride is daughter of Mr. and Thompsan, W. C. Selwood. and Ed Mrs. Frank McCormick of Monroe, Haged'orn. After the meeting dinner was served by the Snohomish Order and quite well ar very favorably of the Eastern Star. known as an admirable mad accom- plished young lady. The groom hails Mrs. A. G. Ross entertained a par- from Entiat, from whence he comes ty of yotmg people on Tuesday even- with good title as a worthy young ing honoring her son Earl. who man. Their honeymoon trip as leaves on Saturday for Kenai, Alaska, planned will be quite a long one, where he has accepted a position as especially so in the matter of miles, rad'io operator f, or the Northwest as it takes them down to Central Fisheries company. Following is the America. They made a short visit guest list: Misses Mabel Kelley, after their wedd2ng in Monroe leav- Ruth Sherrill, Harriet Hinkle, Gwen ing here on Saturday for Honduras, Perkins, Gladys Mortinson, Amy Where Mr. Broyles is associated with Austin, Mary Gauthier. Lucile Nickel his brother in the banana raising Messrs Philip Stucky, Joyce Trotter business, and where we hope all Lawrence MacDougall, Robert Rus- concerned will live long and happily sell, Grannis Austin, Floyd Ross and and be prosperous, the guest of honr. A very delight- ful evening was enjoyed at games, E. E. JOHNSTON Hardware We Deliver Phone 501 Short D handle spade, special 95 Steel 00arden rakes from up Semi-porcelain white cups and saucers, per set of 6 980 Garden00 seeds, full assortment, 5c Good steel prun- ing shears, $1 value 69, Long handle 4-tine spading forks $1.29 Lime and sulphur spray 1-1b cans . 30o Spray pumps 0o Chick Star drinkin8 founts, fit all fruit jars 5 rolls toilet paper Set of sixes auto socket wrench $6,98 6-foot graduated mesh chicken wire, 165 lineal feet in roll after which the hostess served re- freshments. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Taylor enter- tained at dinner on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs." R. L. Kelley and daughter, Mabel. After enjoying a delicious dinner the afternoon was pleasantly spent in social visiting. [ r. and Mrs. J. J. Cretney for dinner guests on Sun@ay Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson and Mrs. Eliza- beth Sct, of Seattle. A three- course dinner was enjoyed. lr. and Mrs. Win. McCord enter- taint@ at 500 on Thursday evening. The following guests were present: Messrs and Mesdames E White, P. M. Laizure. Win. Lillemoen, Arthur Pederson. W. S. Fletcher, Arthur Nelson, J. H. Robertson, with Mrs. The0 Brown and Frank Perry. Af- ter a pleasant evening delicious re- Mrs. Carrie Totter served after- noun tea on Friday to the following ladies, complimentary to her sister, Mrs. T. E. Trotter, and niece, Mrs. G. M. Holt of Seattle: Mesdames E. E. Johnston, E. M. Stephns, B. J. Lobdell, E. H. Streissguth, F. K. Swan, J. E. 'Hamilton, O. Gaston, L. D. Stephens, E. G Rhode and Miss Margaret Fleming, with the honor guests. A very pleasant afternoon was enjoyed. Mr. John E. Meldal was pleasantly surprised at his home on south Lewis street, very recently, the occasion being his birthday anniversary. The party con,iste of Mr. add Mrs. H. E. Pearsall, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. err, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Strandberg, Frank Countryman and C. E. Johnson. A enjoyable evening was spent after which lunch was served. Mesdames H. K. Lure and R. V. Green entertained the first o a series Of parties on Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was enjoyed, eight tables be- ing in play. The guests list will ap- pear next week. Mrs. O. Engle was hostess to the Merry Makers Bridge club on Wed- nesday afternoon. Three tables were in play. Following is the guest list: Mesd'ames Ella Evans, W. W. Cook, George Walters, R. Simmons, Sam an4 Lawrence Moore, H. E. Pearsall, Emil Johnson, Annie Vanasdlen, C. A. Stradberg, E. Petersn and Miss M. Schrag. After a pleasant after- uoon was enjoyed the hostess served delicious refreshments, assisted by OUR AIM:  A NATION-WID  WHERE TO SERVE SAVINGS YOU WELL ARE AND ( --- qn'a GREATEST FAITHFULLY 571DEP_kl2TIENT 5TOPS THROUGH --ALWAYS EVERETT, WASHINGTON THE YEAR Spring Suits for Boys That Pass Muster With Mother Two Pairs Knickers With Every 5t \\; Boys know live style and they know 6that they want in clotlies. Our Boys' Suits for Spring are designed and modeled after the boys' own" ideas. They are as well tailored as our suits for men. A boy can BE A BOY in one of our suits--he can romp and cut loose or he sedate and "'dressed up"; the clothes make good every clay and every hour of the boys' activities. Buying fabrics and plann models for several hundred stores enables us to cut costs; the savings are sultantial and mean lower prices for every suit we sell; it means better values of the ort that mothers insist on. Two Pairs Knickers with every suK means double the wear. The new fabrics and patterns for Spring are exceptionally attractive. The picture above shows some of the new models. Our "Penney Jr." suits at $13.75 have double seat and knees. The best thing we can tell you about them is that th VALUE goes into every hidden seam and stitch. The suit you buy will measure up to high ideals of quality. 5.90 7,90 9,90 13.75