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.// i:dison Fhonooraphs AND RECORZ). Columbia Disc Machines and Double Disc Records,Violins, Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, Accordions, Harmonicas, Bi- cycles and sheet music, both Popular and McKinley Edi- tion. :: :: :: :: :: :: III[ MUSIC SIOR[ S. POWNALL ! 50o Cheaper than Paint I lcmks betty" and wea, longer. Wc want you to use t.ham Williams&apos; --ey e t,uhl and durable--made of Creosote the fineft ound colors, Shingle perfectly mixed and ground in cxeosote and Stains linseed oil. --We make thousands In 5-GaLlon of gallons el this s'tala Cans (crated) and *ell it Miredt to the cts par us*r" at half what you IDU Gallon psy for this quantity at la l-Gal. Cans paint Rores. 70c per Gallon Write today and we will mall you frae. 12 stained cedar shingles showing colors of our creosote stain Real [state Baroains W0man'sW0rld Prinoess Eulalia's Book Offends King Alphonso "The Thread of Life," by the Count- ess of Avila--such is the title page of the most discussed book of the decade log the Countess of Avila is none other than the Infants Eulalia of Spain, and 'Tim Thread of Life" is the little vol- ume of essays which has involved the infants in so violent a discussion with her nephew, King Alfonso Report made it quite probable that the publication of the book would cost Eulalia her allowance and possibly even her titles, although these can be revoked only by a decree of the cortes. On reading the essays one is indeed moved to hope that the royal lady has an income that does not depend on the approval of the Spanish court, for "The Thread of Life" is as fiery a declara- tion of independence as ever woman nailed to the wall Eulalia is in revolt against very near- ly every convention that royalty Society and Personal Use the phone, mail or hand in social or personal items for these columns. Mrs. J. W. Crow spent Saturday in Everett. E. V. Landon was a Seattle visitor Saturday Mrs. G. A. Watkins went'to Renton Wednesday. Mrs Ralph Blakeslee spent Wednes- day in Snohomish. Mrs. Fleming and Miss May Fleming spent Tuesday in Everett. Mrs. Weinker's sister, Miss Moss, ef Everett, spent Sunday in Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Walker attended the theater in Everett Saturday even- ing. S. B. Householder has sold his laun- is dry at Presser and is back on the Sound. Mrs. L. M. Sanders has gone to We- natchee to visit for a short time with relatives. Miss Mildred Gandy wasin town from Tacoma where she and her mother are now living. Miss Elizabeth Bond, of Victoria, B. C G Schneider was a Seattle visitor Monday. The Yoemen are going to give a dance May 1. Gee. Wagner was in Seattle on bus]- %" ness Monday. Fire Warden Hall, of Startup, was in town this week. Mrs. W. E. Smith visited relatives in Snohomish Sunday Miss Alma Stephens returned with her mother to spend Sunday at home. E. J. White, assistant at the postof- rue, was taken ill with measles this week. Mrs. Gee. Walters, of Sultan, spent . Monday in Monroe visiting Mrs. H. E. Pearsall. N. H. Thedinga returned Wednesday morning after spending several days in Seattle. Mrs. F. W. Thedinga and Mrs. T. Cromwell spent a day in Seattle at the end of the week. M. Brady has gone to Oregon where C., is spending a week at the home of he will work on a farm owned by his Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bailey. brother John Brady. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bird, Misses Lu- V.E. Ekman is now staying in Ever- lu Dainard and Effie Johnson, and Mr. ett where he has become connected E. M. Price motored to Tolt Monday. with a woodworking establishment. Mrs. Edith Trulson, of New Kamal- Mrs. A. H. Boyd and Miss Jones, of W. E. MANSFIELD The DRUGGIST Ilas:--- Shampona, the finest scalp cleaner made. Four bits re- moves lots of dandruff. HOW ABOUT A WATCH ? We wish that every man and woman in this vicinity who has any need of a timepiece would take the time to look over our stock We have a watch to fit every need and every purpose. You can get a very moderate priced watch that will give good satisfac- chic, has been visiting her parents, Duvall, were in town Sunday to attend  tion or a thoroughly tested and guaranteed one that will meet every requirement with exact nicety Our Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Allen in Cherry services at St. Mary's Episcopal church. F,- -" *--,', ,,o,,-  experience is valuable to you in choosing a watch /K OL .... : F Gardell and party went to Everett  and you can be assured that we will do everything Five-room modern bungalow and Mr. and Mrs. A. Holmquist, Mes- Tuesday and returned with a fine new  in our power to give you satisfaction. Let us show lot Madison street--Easy terms $1400 ) dames N. Swanson and Ed White me- auto in the afternoon. It is an E. M. i you the stock Two corner lotson Blakely street, tored to Hartford Wednesday return- F. 30.  . " east front - . - $550 ing the following day ........  f = r= i", ........... v, rs. James Hero arrived in town  .2LL| |Ul.t'l" :1| } |IMII|V Lots in High School addition--Easy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bailey enter- Wednesday morning to assist P Sjos- . x.V, J a.x.]t.., d. ,vaa,o erms " i " " '* tamed at d nner Monday m honor of trom m the store during the illness of '@It'vdirOlbrdilt Money to loan on improved farms, their guest, Miss Bond, Mr. and Mrs. his wife f_  ff'tf't'l" A ,-4- Photo by American Press Assoclatlo. Whit Clark, Mrs Dorcas and Miss ......... _ r. x. .vv,u.-.'b  . . w. r lelas, oi acoma, an old Til- e emmm Ferguson Bldg Monroe IlFANTA  o sPAre, uMas 11 lieum of E E Johnsons, spent Tuesday |  " brought up to respect, and she has a rs. Kya , who clme out from Eng- in town with his wife visiting Mr and  GROCERIES FLOUR | - whole hearted, unequivocal fashion of land a short time ago to visit her son in Mrs. Johnson. | " ,_ __J '_ _ speaking her mind She believes in ed- Cherry Valley, has taken rooms with ....... .  tar ann lvJrs E Stiran, of Vancou- il II ," .1[ Jor teat]on for everybody, in all sorts of Mrs. Burke and will be in Monroe a . . . :' . , . 1"  /' . -=/H'''-- m" .d" -- ' ver, me,ores o monroe lVlOn(lay IO visit | ! rights for the workingman, in the corn- couple of months. . pletest freedom for women in every . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green. Mrs. Sttrtan II Jrocery lvlonroe [//[[l[,ir-J walk oflifeandindlvorce for theask Mrs. A. H. Burke entertained the isaneiceof Mas. Green. I z. ....................................  - IZ/.////////Z/2)7III  Could a Spanish rlncess wave young people of the Congregational ............ II %z%KIUU lSKVILI5 /-kD l-'KOlVlrI DLLIVISKI I " . mrs. t. alcner ann cnitaren nave //fff/7 .......... . the red flag of revolution more vigor- eho,r at her home on Lew,s street last ..... | .......................... ///Nothra,eP, | ously? Friday evening About 17 were there me,yen o )onroe to make her home II UUR I"ATRONAGE SOLICITED i win ner husband who is the new com- II II [Yf/ffl/ II It is the essay on divorce which has and all had a good time ........ [ "     []" ' "  1 I [  m " merclal manager oI ne unse i -- -Z'-:::--7"::-'Y*-:C "- called out the severest protests from ....... -  .,,,-.. ///'ff/tx I! Kin,- Alfonso It Is how^ver r ...... Charles LeeK, oz monroe, was m ;own ..... m ,. . . , IAV [/xmovesl]woemwork.  .. , .... ,  , uvu- ............ }'. E. Ferguson joined a narty which " --" 112"1.1 IP' ...... k... 1 aDle [O veueve that in her romrtr weunesuay, mr. leeK IS a miner oz ..... "- . ........................................... . ........ ; wen cnrough to Index last Thursday II | !o-'. | about the family and women she has long expermnce, ann is mucn mereseo ..... [,,., .............. "//7as. l-l_ |lily C atth_  als- "hr .... * ...... ".    .... , I Dy auto ann ne was agreeably surpris- -'-- ' , w ,,, , ,,, m w=w .Z///#L ........... - .... I! o t owu u lew Demos IntO the court in ne aevetopmencs going on in me . ...... " - - . . Iea o nna nat the Index roan was in i .......... " i " in which she was reared, for her book Sultan mining districts.--Sulan Sar ...... ___ --" is not a compilation of commonnlaces I ] prey gent conamon. -- I I  On the subject of the indissolubility Miss Lulu Dainard, daughter of. Mr. I Messrs. H. C. Tooker and J. J. We-J I '  * --*   o ,* I .offmarrtag there l no doubt that the SivMinD:::=d,B:n W::sXn:nl::lrg del of the high school have moved from I vaxnung ann uecolat,ng I Summer [xcursi0nRates :::tawa:e's:hrangif'anHer::PT::; in the week visiting' friends and rel their rooms up town to occupy baehe-Jl No Job too Large No Job too Small | i from the heart when she declares her- I tions Rumor has it that Miss Damn-I mrs quarters In a nouse recently par-]11  II " . . chased by Mr. Tooker on Sam street. . TO THE EAST lf lnJavor of di-orce. She argueslard,smarrlagewflltake place shortly [i for us to tackle. We are prepared to estmate on every elass of work I rue mater at some engtn. I to a wealthy man in Vancouver [ Miss Nellie Angel was up from Sno-I and can give you the very highest service. It is worth while to I VIA THF l_In her preface, the Infants says.that] u;o, s... : .... a u. i R, [homish Tuesday evening and Miss Del- t have your painting, papering and decorating done by ex art workmen -- ------ .sue uas oeen lace(] near enou n ,,,,oo .-,,,,, ,,,,, a,,u .ux - P I .. ... P .... g to [ ...... " "' Y": ]la Hart returned with her Wednesday I It means sat]sleet]on and a real money savin in the end Talk it over [le SOClal questlons sue UlSCUSSes to I man, oom oI monroe, were marrxeu m . . , t i - g - - - , .......... I Iora day s visit in Snohomish before/B with us 1 1- o , [ Know them ann tar enough from some ,verec acuruay azcernoon. Ine ring .o - . . I " I . , I to lew h w I avlng Ior vancouver, B C , Thursoay J,  ., " tem ithout prejudice. She J eeremony was pronounced by Rev. W.[ -. ..... " : - -" [| 11 believes that opimons as honest and P P e IN. T. B A D Y I Wln ner arenas wno ex ect to maK O. S L and iTni"" o..;n.] . ..'_ " . . [E. Randall at his residence, 3007 Wet-I ........ R LE . .  usa xa., I as carerully "thought out as nets will [more avenue Th ,  I nelr Iuure home rnere / II I e young people, wno " am interest those who seek to glean from I ............ ] / ...... ]  II I I I II I a-, @ I all elem nt ....... !were atenoeo Dy mr ano mrs y e, I wore nas )een recewed from Mrs |--- Ticketson sale at intervals fromApril e soi society mmcauons or ! ........ " .. ; .-- ] ............. k a ' . -- 25th tO Sentember 30th r'-in, + .... ;+ ] the tendency of the present. And she wnt reslae in monroe.--mvere rteral0. ]Pena paummg anu ney are enjoying ] O@4.OO@OOO@OOOOOOOOOOOO@OOe@@O@ .... " ........ thi r" " ' " adds with e r t lp ]mmelasely They left San @ limit 15 days from date of sale Final , . " a decided pen, that she has / Mrs. C. G. Schneider spent most of ] ..... " , ' I J" A. VANASDLEN, Notary Public. J.C. FALCONER, Notary Public ; return limit October 31, 1912. [ never Dean afraid of criticism, i last week in Seattle visiting and meet-/:: g:ndn:hyl:t:;:e ::Ytht d s:Peti a/ /ineg her nephew' JhnShumacher'wh/ r" 1' Monroe Real Eslale& Loan Co i The O-W. R. & N. offers you tsTsohev klfC::lWit: GwltTg loves rioth2::c?oUw27:il?b:P:n:?r e thd M::nerN; ?usifne:'Te:2y wfhMik:? 'it   ry objectionable to some people " there very much | . Superb Railroad advantages m- - ............. ]ett Saturday evening, Mr and Mrs ] . . _ they nesly anou nsg  ,, ,s a " " " " I; Timber ][,ands, Farm and eluding Dversified Routes, Ser osslble thin- to clean lov .... .* ^ ,, |Schneider and Mr and Mrs S R Me- / Word has been received from Mrs E wee Unsurpassed, the Best of well, too without using gasoline This |Gowan, will go down to see. Mr. Shu-/Graham that she arrived in Boston  Protection in the way of Steel method is not only good because of |reacher will spend Sunday here. ]safely and is now on the water on her | Pr T,, o, ,,,, ,, ,,.. Coaches and Electric Block there being no odor. It is also easier | /wav to Scotland with her cni , ...... ./X ' 1 t tttalaa.-ty 9 , , ,a.Mu. @ Signals on the hands o .... H.o  ........ h I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hewitt enter- / Y ............ /Z  , .......... - ...... a ---- / ........... -land Mrs. Alfred Perks, who accompan-/, cuing to the skin To clean gloves sue- / / ......... / axnea very pteasanuy at nelr home on Madison street last . lea ner. vlrs. ranam spen ne win- cessfully fill ;1 small basin or bowl with / Saturday night, the / ............ /t Office. Corner Main and gerry Streets i / , ..  . .., , - ._ leer wln her Drearier an(l mser here, / For Further Information, Literature or milk. Dip a piece of clean white ran- lmemners of one rrlsema ttub, tner ! ............. l t . . vlr. wm. talrney ann _tVllSS walrney. Reservatmns, Address or Call on {l.el  the milk and rub. white soap on [husbands and thetr friends. There |t. r, ...... /,#@44olellO##@@e@@@ ne nanneJ as wen. Then Clean your I were seven tables of promcessive nedro ] ..... ,mrney expects o reave .oJn on a | ......... white gloves thoroughly with thlff. Be -  ":. trip to the Orient.  .............................. , 12 lr T T ......... " |which the guests all thoroughly enjoyed | |A 41 .............................. . . x, sure all [ne SOlledl, grimy spots are gone / . . - - " - /  /Z District Passenger Agent and finally rinse with clean milk. Do |:tYh: g" wh: e rocKy players were Mrs.| . . |][ "1= II r . -- II II II1 s Iil i !1 ,... m,  __ __ 1' y, onlylost one game, and SprlnglsHere J lllr [,VIAV[A BAI| 1 not be alarmed if your gloves turn a - 7 6 Second.Avenue: Seattle gray or yellow color. You have done IMr. Dahlgrenwho wonfirst prizes and / Father, dear father, comehome withl Elhott 199a them no harm:.. After your gloves have IMp. Dahlgren and Mr. Ekman cons?-/m e now, for ma has some carpets to tt i" - arlea you writ nna them soft ann i taclon. ., very nice ranch was served. Ibeat She's 'ot all the furnP ...... * ; [ l[:r '.Arr[:  n .... -,__ -- Oregon-Washington Station, Corner g ossy, and there will be no unpleasant Those present were Messrs. and Mes |the road from th -,+ .... . a ....... I I Washington Street and Fourth odor..The expense of cleaning the dames Fred Carlquist, S B Monck, I |the street The sto(- v--- .... '"  f.@  r s /-" .s ,) r . toy s ve mus come amen Avenue eattl g e m small everal pairs can be , S e .... " . Main, F J Bartell, Will" Lillemoenl rnd be -ut in the shed and th en| & v'opular uenuemen s l<esorr leanea m a pint or milk White kid _ .. ,," ......... I P , e yam .... " . . . Arnur u tmn, vicr.or Kman, M Bent- must be cleaned of dr- rass fo i' t noes and snppers can also e cleanea ...... _ ." a e. , -  '). (-'rwwrl Q-f,l..-,4: Icy, Ed White, L A Mathey, Herman , .u,,x t. ,tutx u .n this way. time to clean house and the Harry s to | F --=  Dahlgren, L. Swanson, Mesdames N. pay--and the front window needs some z,t r* a 1, .. I r _ _  'v / Watoh Your 8hoesl " S. Swanson, A. Paterson, Misses Dan- new glass Father, dear father, come | WlrleS, LIquors an(l lrars | .__ _ _ "_f. _  f O e S | The fashion of the short, tight skirt forth, Graham, Hannon and Messrs. A. home with me now arm bring some ]  o AT MODERATE PRICES has certainly had the effect off making Straland, K. Forslund and E. Forslund. bologna and cheese- it's most 12 o'clock [ Years of exoerience and courteous treatment of Patrons are telling me that my stock UnrPafLtn:airder::lY tmTu:t!:n:ra st  --  and there's nothing'to eat--I'm so hun-li patrons is responsible for our success. of Men's Shoes is as good as is to be ments. The former has been brought  t r ment or uoms gry  m weak in the knees. All the/ " found and that theprices are lower lto far greater prominence, and con- "Most ordinary colds will yield to the dinner we'll have will be cold scraps ] OfllOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHlOOO@@@@ than elsewhere. They should be. sequently both our shoes and stockings simplest treatment," says the Chicago and such, and we'll have to eat standing ,t OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI1##===#==$ My expenses are less. have undergone a great Improvement, Tribune, "moderative laxatives, hot up, too, for the tables and chairs are l w tt...--o outinte Oh has been installed to make this a a mlnimum, and now require to be as avoidance of exposure to sold and wet housecleaning was through! Father, model Shoe Repair Shopand all work well fitting as the garments which soy- after treatment." While this treat- dear father, some home with me now, is done rightly and quicklY.Charles Jacob$ofl tolleter them,t, atItthe is tOwelltheSedresseddetailSwomanOf her ment is simple, it requires considerable for ma is as mad as a Turk; she says [ llonroe, Washington Sam Block pays the greatest attention and which trouble, and one adopting it must re- you're a lazy old thing, and she pro- ,,_ , are. after all, very considerable items main in doors for a day or two, or a poses to put you towork. There's paint- '" In givinga chic appearance, fresh eoldis almost sure to becontract-ingtodo, and paper to hang, and win-: C. H. SELL, M.D. H.K. STOCKwELL, M. D. ed, and in many instances pneumonia d0ws and casing to scrub, for it's house Scarf Foe Hall Table. follows. Is it not better to pin your cleaning time, and you've got to come An effective scarf for a hall tabl faith to an old reliable preparation like home and revel in suds and cold grub.  A modern hospital for the treatment of medical, may be made of linen crash with a fig Chamberlains Cough Remedy, that is are embroidered on each end and of famous for its cures of colds and can I Norway Fish Balls put upinfish boul -| urgicM nd obstetricM cases. the same design as the paper on the always be depended upon? For sale[lion, very fine, 20 cents, two for 35 lt/4 For Rates Apply to Matron wall ......................... by all dealers. 1 Monroe Mercantile Co., Inc, 1  . 0OO ! ! Jl