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In of Emer00:enc-y it's well to kuow just where to go to get the doctor's prescription filled accurately and quickly. We ,aim to fill all these requirements. W. E. MANSFIELD THE DRUGGIST .@ @ * FRUIT TREES $ Reliable and true go n:me are what you want in plant- i them f-ore the $ in an orchard. Yot ffeb . ,. !. uherry Valley !!ursery , '@ Hardy Shrubs, Ro. es and O Plants our Sl)eciaky @ - THOS. R. HOPKINS Grows Them 0 C. M, BOUNSALL Sells "fhem $ Or telephone (Sunset) and talk i with us over what you need. @@@@@@@@@@@@O@@b@@@ i Monroo Harness and SILO8 Woi'ks E. H. NIMS, Proprietor ]Konroe Livery, Feed and Sale Stable J. P. JOOS, Propr. Rigs of all kinds at reasonable rates Special attention to eommerciM men. BOTH PHONES ) CARPENTER, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR Cabinet Work of all kinds at lowest prices. Furniture repaired. New Fur- $ niture hand made. Prices to suit the customers. Shop on Lewis Street t I The New Styles of Wall Paper HAVE BEEN RECEIVED f Paints, Oils, arnishes, Brushes and Glass Picture Frames, Room Mouldings N, T, B00ADLEY Contracting I'ainter and Paper Hanger 50 YEAP, G' Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether a5 invention is probably patentable. Commnnlea. lions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest gency for securing patents. Patents taken through lunn & CO. receive $'pectal $e, without charge, in the $i00tifi Bmritan. Ahaudomelyillustrated weekly, l,arges cir- culation of any scientific Journal. rl'ernl, $3 a year: four months,$L Soldbyall newsdealers. '6 IBroaday I MUNN ,& Co. . New Yor00 Brauch Oce. 6 F t. Washington, D. C. CIT!ZEqS' DETECVE SERVICE f SOCIETY AND PERSONAL THE MONITOR will be glad to publish free all notes of receptions, parties, weddings, out-of-town guests, social events in lodge circles, personals, etc., in these columns. Either send in by mail, telephone, or hand in to the oHice as early in the week as possible. Mr. B. F. Campbell, bookkeeper for J. F. Angevine, Misses Laurene Heintz and Mamie McNally, long distance ope- rators for the Sunset Telephone & Tel- egraph Compan% were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Roberts Sunday. * * Court Commissioner John Sandidge came up Sunday from Everett to see the ball game. -X-_X * Misses Bertha and Nellie Shrum of Everett spent Sunday in town visiting relatives. L. S. Altizer was doing business in Everett Wednesday. Will E. Smith of Snohomish visited Monroe friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crippen were up from Snohomish Sunday. Mr. Crippen has been superintending a logging camp below Snohomish, and will log in Skagit county this summer.  * H. J. Pendleton of Portland, Oregon, was an over Sunday visitor with Mon- roe friends. Arthur Udell came over from Duck- abush this week to spend a few days. Axel Nordmark, a half brother of W. C. White, arrived last Saturday from Chicago. Mr. Nordmark is an electrician. J. V. Bowen and family of Snoho- mish and George Roll of Spokane were Monroe visitors Wednesday, taking a pleasure trip in an automobile. Archie Faussett has been very low with typhoid pneumonia, but is slight- ly improved at the last report. L. E. Karo, the Snohomish merchant, was looking over the town Monday. Mrs. Wilma Cedergren and Miss Emily Wickstrom were in Seattle from Saturday to Tuesday on pleasure and business. H. Idema of Sultan spent Sunday in town. "g" i Jr Mrs. Snyder of Tacoma, Mrs. G. W. Swalwell, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swalwell and child, and Wellington Swalwell of Everett comprised an automobile par- ty visiting Monroe Tuesday. %* Frank F. Foster, trunk manufactur- er and merchant of Snohomish, was a Monroe visitor Tuesday. Mrs. H. P. Woodward of Portland, Oregon, is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. R. S. StrTker. Mrs. Woodward is returning from a visit in l the East. %* Mrs. Alice Demond and Miss Annie Noble spent Sunday in Index. Mrs. Demond was at the Scenic hot springs Friday and Saturday. %* Mrs. W. J. Williams visited with her mother, Mrs. A. F. Powers, in Snohomish, Tuesday and Wednesday. %* Dalas Pierce of Seattle is spending a few days in town visiting relatives. Miss Maud Bennett is spending a few days in Seattle visiting friends. OOP00DON HATS Price, $3.00 (,'IOrTHw'sTI:rN BRaNcH) our spring styles of Gordon Hats Detective work of all kinds coveting the entire Northwest. are now in. See display in window. Consultation free. Write, wire or call   r, TTL _,, oa WASH, r, GTO  .., H. LOG. M 0 0 DY' S ,.., C K ET,00 Er00B00O00[}EBIES All-Over Embroideries Embroidered Edging Embroidered Insertions Corset Cover Embroideries Colored Embroideries Also a Full Line of Laces, Dress Trimmings, All-Over Laces, Appliques, Etc. J, E, DOLLOFF CO, Mrs. J. M. Corwin of Everett and Miss Fatosterfel of Seattle were up in an auto Wednesday, and visited Mrs. Daly. 'v. y Mrs. H. H. Weller returned Satur- day evening from Coupeville, where she had been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. D. Stevenson. Deputy Sheriff William Brown of Snohomish is in the city today on bus- iness connected with the Powell case. Mr. and Mrs. John Bloomberg of Boston arrived today on the morning train. Mrs. Blomberg is a sister df John Alquist. Mr. Alquist is at pres- ent at Soap Lake, but has been tele- graphed.  . Charles Faussett was taken sick with pneumonia Saturday, and for a time his life was despaired of, but he is now slightly better. George Faussett is over from Ana- cortes, where he is knot sawing in a shingle mill. Among the Monroe people who en- joyed the Elks' minstrels in Everett last night were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Weller, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sprau, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Van- asdlen and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Elwell. 4b 9b Misses Ida Johnson and Mary Bird, and Messrs. W. E. Waddell, J. D. Bird and B. F. Bird comprised an automo- bile party Who went to Everett yester- day evening to attend the Elks' min- strels. Sheriff Jeff Beard of Everett is in the city today on official business. Albert and Roswell Countryman ar-i rived today from Ellensburg, called by i the sickness of Charles Faussett, their  brother-in-law. %* Mrs. Allan McDougall was visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. Dempster, in Everett Wednesday. Not tt N'ardrobe. On one of her recent trips to Amer- ica a certain steamer carried a passen- ger who retired at nightfall, having im- bibed more strong beverage than suited his constitution. $Iis mental confusion on rising next morning was sadly intensified when he made the unpleasant discovery that all his personal clothes were missing. The steward and his staff were promptly mummoned and were followed In due course by the genial captain himself. The mystery seemed to deepen until the captain asked the sufferer if he had any remembrance of how he had dis- posed of his clothes overnight. A sudden gleam of intelligence light- ed the passenger's eye, and the mls- chief was made apparent to all whcn he answered: "Why, of course, I remember now. Before turning in last night I put them all in that little cupboard yonder." "Great goodness, man," roared the captain, "that's the porthole;" " ....... HOTEL ARRIVALS HOTEL PEARSALL Samuel Reeves, Seattle \\;V T Aughit], " T H Brooks, " G O Ilinman, J C Doyle Mrs Lottie Powell J O Grady J Swoboda Gus Olson L W Bohn, Seattle J C Garner, Everett K _hi McNeill Buns Bird A J Dealy, Portland D F Clement, Los Angeles A P Manion Owen T0'triton F McDade H W Holmes, Everett E M ROOt, " B G Campbell) Everett Frank Newmen, " Baseball Team) " J A Walther, " Charles Nelson, " E Glazier, " J F Angevine, " H E Morrill J Phipp VV C Blake A L Blum, Seattle M G Barnes H Parks F Bailey M R Halliday W P Halliday Bill Johnson J J Robinson, Seattle M Levine, " C S Fuller, " A C Dexter, " J M Roberts, " John G Gothers, " V S Boom, " J T Bronaugh Ed M Miller, hit Forest J McKenzie, Cherry Valley E Tnompson Chas B King, Boston ,V C Stripp, Everett L O Dupuis, Tacoma W E Bartholome) Snohomish Lee Jaines, Walla Walla C Henderson, Seattle A J Basye, ' H B Morris, " W Wheaton, Minneapolis Mary bl Lawrence, Long Beach) Cal. E L Lewis, Marysville H Ohlson Harry Gregory J E Howard, Portland N W Buchett, Seattle F A "vVagner, " Hat Man Price, " H H Daigneault, " E F Drake, " J Martenen Leo Bloch and wife Benj W Sherwood, Everett H Grammer) " John Mason WASHINGTON HOTEL N Gartland D Sheehan C H Maynard Earl Chase A M Jodell Henry Frost John Anderson C Skagg C Bedford A Peterson Jack Beasen Mrs L E Powell John Wickher Ed Ganstad James DeReyter Chas Lemaire, Everett C J Lane R T Ensley Louis Hart W Earls W S Lyons R Brown J H Ricketts Ed Dehoe Thus Sundmark James Brown W F Osier Gee Oliver Jack Lord J W P Cowan Nick Holt A R Anderson J Elmore L S Tucker A Hastings Jas Bentley Gee Peterson Joe Mason F Davis Frank Leer O C Holland Mrs Norms C Payton J S Moss, Forks W R King vV A Fetherston Frank Wtllard A Hastings J W Ward H Laggers Wm Swanson W H Walters Chas E Lowrie Fred Drager C Fitzmauriee L Wagner T.,e Monitor is only one dollar a 'ear. The Monitor is only $1 a year. I, O. O. F, HALL, MONROE, WASH. Friday Night, May IOth, 1907 TOMPKINS' HIRED MAN A Three Act Dramt by the Monroe Dramatic Comp'ny Eight Characters Specialties Between Acts An old Down East play, resembling the celebrated "Shore Acres," full of pathos and comedy, with enough plot and love making to hold the interest of the audience thruout. Benefit of lhe Monroe Public Library Admission 2;c to all parts of the house Children, if accompanied by parents or guardians, lc i i i i i ii I i i i Dancing After, Extra Music by Monroe Orchestra