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MONROE MONIT()R-TRANSCRIPT TWELFTiI YEAR. NO. &apos;21 MONROE, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASH.. FRIDAY, MAY 120, 1910. 81.00 PER YEAR Q ,i lhe [aole to Scream in Monroe "Aside from the actual busi- on Monday Nighl A slim attendance but consi derab[e enthusiasm greeted n meeting hvld Tuesday evenin in the town hall to discuss plans 1era Fourth of July celebration m Monroe. The sentiment among thosepreent was uram- mously in favor of celebrating bralion," said Mr. V. W. Tre- maine, of Moody and Moody, "we must consider the effecs of holding the people here and think of the amount of money that will be lakenout of town if Monroe does not celebrate. If we have a big time and keep the money at home, we will do some business during July instead of having the town quiet." thisyear and making tile occa-! Messrs. Campbell and Weller sion an event that weuld adver suggested a bucking contest and .ise Monroe abroad very largely, also a shingle packing contest Moody & Moody, the Mercantile L with good sized cash prizes at- Co., H. H Weller. A. B Sprau '. tached, as well as other atheistic & Co. and several other firms'contests. All agree in believing represenled at th meeting andthat if the celebration is well all expressed themselves as I advertised, Monroe can enter- favoring a celebration and lure- lenin tile largest crowd inits bis herman's contests that wouldttory on July 4til this year. bringa big crowd to town for Another meeting will be held the occasion, at the town hall next Monday It was decided that there evening when it is desired that would be only one bi day Julyevery business man shall turn 4--but that ball games and other S out and make definite plans. In amusemenns should be arrangedlorder to discover the sentiment f ," Saturday and Sunday pre re_ling so as to hold as many people in town as possible. NeitherSnohomish nor E-rerett are going to celebrate and it was felt that this was the time for Monroe to jump in again and ha:e a good time. and see how much funds can be raised, Messrs. Axel Nordn ark, A. B. Sprau and V. W. Tre- maine were named asa commit tee to report at the nex meet- ind. Patronize Our Advertisers Serious Fracas on lhe Public Streel Robert Crossman is under bonds in the sum of $500 to ap pear in court to answer to the charge of assault with a deadly weapon on account of taking a cleaver as a weapon to a man whom he claims was following him about looking for trouble last Friday morning. Crossman claims that the mn, Jack Pryor, who had been working as black- smith's assistant out at High Rock, accosted trim on Lewis street and struck him and then followed him around the corner. When in front of the Elweli mar- ket Crossmau rushed in and picked up a cleaver and rushing out again struck Pryor over the head with it cutting a severe gash from which he bled pro- fusely but not injuring him so severely as to prevent his being about on the streets afterwards. L. M. Sanders saw the mixup on Lewis street. The trouble was witnessed by a number of people in the vicin- ity at the time and caused grea excitemev.t. I was a sequel to the arrest of Crossman earlier in the morning and his being fined $25 and costs for beating a log- ger. named Wm. O'Donnell, be cause he found him at the Wash ington hotel with his (Cross- man's) pipe in his pocket. It seems teat Pryor apparently took up the fight in O'DonnelFs behalf. Crossman had a bearing before Justice Talhnan in the afternoon and entered a plea of not guilt. On account of the illneas of Mr. Tallman the case may go straight to the Superior court. , t A Good Corner on Main Street Monroe m the 1 r Business Section "  , $10,000 j Quite a sum of money, isn't it?--and yet there are several corners that couId not be toucheff for [ this figure. .. There are some that you could not buy for double this amount. A few years ago these same lots were bought for a few dollars each; the price was so small and the terms so easy that almost any boy or girl could pay for one of them out of their savings. TODAY One of these pieces of property would sell for enough to buy you an automobile and still leave you money sufficient to keep you in comfort for the balance of your life. Just think! The original investment was but a few dollars. LISTEN--There is a time to Buy and there is a time to Sell The time to buy is when you can buy for a few dollars The time to sell is when you can sell for many dollars. There is a brand new town just 12 miles up the Snoqualmie Valley. we came very near letting it slip. ttowever, we are going to have an official christening pretty soon and you can then see the name at the head of thin space. | Here is a ch',nce to buy property at "the buying time"---it costs but a few dollars to come in on ?'' m the ground floor Don't you think you ought to keep this in mind? This is a smart lively little'place, this very minute we know it is going to jump ahead rapidly--if you look it Over you will low it yourself. LISTEN! In a few years you will hear the ever familiar, "I could have. traded the old,._bay t mare for that double corner where the big hotel stands," Let us tell you something of this sprightly young town. The busy town of there Situated on a high dry bank of the navigable Snoqualmie River In the center of the finest farming valley in Western Washington One of the largest bodies of standing timber lathe state is im- mediately tributary Two transcontinental railroads now making extensive improve- ments on the townsite Sidetracks being built for the mill spurs o .- Streets being graded. = - ., 1 IT IS THE NATURAL TRADING POINT AND MANUFACTURING | 1 i n OF A MIGHTY RICH AND VERY PROSPEROUS SECTION 0F COUNTRY 'CHERRY VALLEY MILL ..... - ! AND TOWNSITE CO. Wallon Wins Game for Snohomish Snohomish won a game fi'om the locals Sunday that they had no business getting away wilh and which would -have resulted entirely differently hed Farmer been m as good form as he was in the two precious games. :No pitcher can keep up a steady gait when every game played depends on his work and their is no reason for the Monroe fans to roast George. In stead they ought to encourage h:m and stick by him steadily tbrou,h every game. The game rag rgally won and lost fr(,m the pitcher's box as the results show. Monroe go 7 hi's to Snohomish 9. Farmer fanned 3 and passed 5 while:Walton fan- ned 13 and passed' none. ":NUff said The boys could't find Walton, an old time Snohomish pitcher, who was in splendid shape, so good that Boggens gould not hold him in. Th3 only real star play and biggest excitment occurred in he ninth, when Walton hit to Hunter at deep center. Johnnie successfully cornering the fly and making a splendid throw home, cutting off Northrup at the plate. When Mmroe wen in obatSnohomish had a lead of 6 runs which xas cut down by two runs after Farmer and Peat" sall went out. CaJ:p started things by a hit to right, stealing= second and getting home on a hit by Allenand a fumble. Pow nail hit safe to center scoring Allen, but. was qumkly caughl trying to Steal a base. For th, first time in he game the fans look a hand and did some real rooting that would have won the game at an earher stage. We need rooters as well as ball play ers and it's time the fans go busy and organized a little. The game started off with a rush in the first inning w!:mu Snohomi: h scored two. when Farmer passed .the fi!ist man up, Whi'ing, who walk, ed i6bn SU] man's two-bagger. Sulman seer eden an-erlor..b:.Ma-rtin. Men roe oltoed w ith-.:e run nd another in the_:.,sec0nd: and tied tlm:scor,.in the;fourth,, when Camp followed with a infield fly and was called out, though the ball dropped among a bunch of Snohomish scramblers back of second, though as a matter of fact, the rules only put a man out on an infield f17 when there are two meu on bases. Pownall followed with a clean twobagger which brought young Ptarsall in. That was all the scoring Monroe did till the last inning but Snohomish ran m sex more runs. The score by innings: :Snohomish 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 Monroe 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 Milwaukee Work to Slarl al once The H C. Henry company which has the contract for build- ing the Milwaukee ailroad has leased the old Mercantile ware- house for a storehouse and is commencing to get in supplies for tile work in this section. A large force of men will be put at work very sltorlly right in Mon- roe and tile work of rading through lown will be pushed to early completion. The railroad work being done by Ihe G. N. iu showing up in good shape and it will not be long unlil the lown is equipped with railroad yards and f.,cilities for freight and passenger traffic o which the business done en- titles t. Work Started on Sewer Conslruclion Tim Evoretl C, mstruclion corn pany go mal rial on the field this week and is commecing wolk ou Vie b illin el t he s(w er sys era. Two carloads of pipe have bee receivedand has beet, placed, a end the route of the, swer from Ibe river up ohm_-, throu,zh lhe berry farm. Work will be stited tirst at the river bank and will be pushed alon as radidly as tosible with all the ,hen"that aa-b secu el. The vompany, is of the belieg that th work can be finished in sixty days but as men are hard to get  may lake-hie-sty days or more. H ufford'.s]cecream parlor-wi t be op,en for business on Sunday Will ,:easall,. i9:was" put in in ....... .. The room has been remodeled Samdou! place.strted bff /Vth .,h .,ai;..n',.n .; . ; ._. :+. a 111130 nit WDICn. WaS lumnloct -.: ...- ._ ,. =- . .," ..... "'''''< "/. ,. :,: most comiorale place o visit,. -  .:,,: : .... , . . ..... The E:ter 'lHr"na.:H THe, Iut; BO ELPER :_-. . - - ......... - 4 .: ..... = ilL--Bill Goes terNew .....  ......................... : . :: The thirig trahittortrhimrolt SSZ. 0;. !oma UI aOWSl ..... through. :7 -- :, .=' . " ,,"  . _ '1" S::to$ l pXb  sp ri p ,L :-:f  Hzlda the +.er settled domm - ' ." ...... " .... , " '- : -' :L:  .:- :-  " "It at nado a BOOSTER oJc of I1.  aetly as-l..,hseter, except that for her native town heacef0rth [ ]R WRY;fie pni.d it, ongue he, "To me 'ill very clear and letter; she strove with each WE .NEED SOME NEW INDUS- T."RI.laS HERP-r. ':l:-i;:;-'.}';i" lM/cecd/ng" day to mBe the vil- ,  ' : +'-'-xT., , ;:And so he advertised and" pianned ". ".Iajg;fieer: .... :" " ': And sent out writcups through /t't! !".:'::. "'" " .. land. .................... . ......  ................ . ...... .. She - lear.her aid to every cause that Replies came fast, and now arise was in need of aiding. As a tontodlc, why, nee wN,.  ..... L Says Bill, "PRINT INK'S THE BEST' " tA'',"  work was never jtUl- THAT IS," " 1 g. . .:" . .. _o . . . J All Ready for the Corner Stone Laying President Sheak and Secretary Jackson. of the board of manag- ers of the reformatory, want th citizens of Monroe and vicinity to understand fully that they are all invited to p'_rtieip,te in the ceremonies in connection with the laying of the cornerstone ot t;he permanent buildings on Saturday, May 28. The occa- sion will be marked wih a big basket picnic and all the local people who are present are ex- pected to bring a basket to pro- vide for themselves and friends and guests who will CO-he from nearby towns. The reformatory will feed all the specially invid guests from away, who include the state and county officials and other prominent men. The lo- cal baskets should provide cups, plates and kmves and forks. Coffee and icecre,m will be pro- vided by the board. The pro- gram will be followed as origiu- ally announced in this paper. Picnic grounds are t)eing put in shape and there will be plenty of space for all the farmers to tie their horses. The l'dies committee met at the home of Mrs. F. W. Thedin- ga Wednesday afternoon and concluded arrangements for tak- ing care of the dinner and iand- ling the serv rig. The business men have agreed to close all business from 11:00 to 1:30 o' clocR so as to give everyone a cilance t attend. CHERRY VALLEY The basket ocial held Satur- day May 14:h was a rand suc- cess, both socialy a.d financi: lly $86.75 being taken in" 27 bas- kJts were sold; tte cheapast $1,75 and up to $5.00. Mr" Rbert Main and Mrs. Evenson purchased tim required furniture on Monday at Mmroe for  he parsonage. Mr Aimer has a new s'.ory and a half house unaer way, still the town grows. Mrs. Alozia Adair of Novelty, while driving from Monroe, had the misfortune to loose control of her horse near the Cherry Vlley Stock RanCh. Buggy and hb:ness was left by the road side, Mrs. Adair esc'l)ed with- oua.inj ury: The Condenser boat was brok- en down first of the week which caused great inconvenace to the f6rmers. Christ Knudson visited lhe Valley last week kinking after he roads. " " "   ": = Mr. Bird has agaicommenced :work on the eemni, i foundation of Mrs, DoughertyS!house. Mr. McFarland of Everett visited with Win. Cairneys over Sunday. An Auto stage can be seen flying the roads between the Cuerr? 2"al!ey hoUsa and Kirk- land. The finishing of the trussel by the Valley house is now m progress. Miss Nellie Finley took the teachers' examination iu Seattle last we k. Messrs Lobdell and Crow were VaHsy visitors this week. William Cairney was a Seattle visitor last week. Mr. and Mrs. Richards. of Sn,'homish. were "business cal- lers in the Valley Thursday. A vary valuable am was sold off the Cherry Valley Stock ranch this week. Placa.our order for any print- ing rieeded SUCh with this office nOW. " " For a splendid line of leather seat diners go to the Monroe Furniture Co. i il ;?i