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;,claw- ._ . " /..7--777:. .... += HomeC e . . The Monroe National Ba k In D mestzc DEPOSITS GUARANTEED O We heat inuch nowadays of the guarantee of bank de- N +&apos;--clen-e posits, a REAL guarantee ofbankdepositsisa ;W',',,.2.FiodF;;'l.v i splendid thing. Deposits in this Bank are 0uaranteed by the only real, effective guarantee that :has yet been devised; namely, atl ample working capital, backed by a directorate of known ability and in- tegrity. Capital $25,000 Stockholders' Liability - - $25,000 Total Responsibility - $50,000 Your own holne bank under home nmnagemertt. We invite youl-account. Dill ECTORS Arthur B'dley T.N. Fennett Whit. II. Clark 12. F. ElwcU Aug. tlohnquist A.P. ManSes I. MeKcan L._ -- ........ : ..:.- - --ff .The Fath to [conomical Fiano fluy- ,no Leads to Sherman, Clay & Co. There is no gainsaying the fact that at Shenn.an, Clay & Co.'s store you have the best Opportunity for supplying your piano, organ and talking machine needs, you have the best facilities for selecting your instru- ment in home-like surroundings, you have the assur- ance of this old house that you are to be pleased with your purchase and be pleased with your dealings with us or your money will be refunded and, what is of more importance than anything else, your selection is not confined to two or three unknown makes., but from the following world-renowned makes; S teinway [verett A.B. Chase [m00rs0n Kurtzman Packard C0nover I=stey LudWiO Kinosbury I f Player Pi00n, os A. B. Chase hrtlstano Kinosbury,- Inner [uphonla Player Pianos You come to our store with the knowledge that the first price you get is not only the last price, bu it is the lowest price obtain- able on the same quality of goods. There is no fog here, no uncer- tainty; no haggling, no mysterious catalogue or other boosted prices to entrap the unwary. Everyone is treated fairly and alike. AI! re- ceive the same low price, based on factory cost, which is just to pur- chaser and ourselves alike. This always assures you of getting the exact piano value you pay for, and we know we spea k the truth when we say that you can Al:00ays Save Mgney oa Your Piano-Purchase At our store, as e mpared with what you will be asked to pay else- where. Of course, our terms are the easiest, our stock t_he largest az.d newest, no one ever doubted it. STEINWAY DEALERS Sherman Clay& Co. Corner Hewitt & Colby Everett, Wash. forms and flavors, then the patient will probably weary of them. perhaps refllse to eat then,. Fortunate is the woman who knows how to "I)repare Simple _fo(ls attractively, nmkmg old fric.nds appear as new acqullinlan('es Bl, t there are certain "'dos'Is'" that must be observed wt, en cooking for the sick. Don't give an invalid or little child fried food of any kind. It is hard to direst, and the digesth'e organs of both sick people and children are lids and Children. x oak. Don't include pork in the invalid's By EDITH G. CHARLTON, bill of fare. A little crisp l)acon or bacon gravy may be allowed nora- In Chge of Domestic Economy Iowa slon;llly. State College. lhmt serve highly seamnned food. Tile sense of taste Is generally v+-.ry keen In sickness, and tile natural sea- sorting of food is often enough. Be- ides. spices may weaken by overstim- ulathm the digestive glands. Do not nse pepper, ntustard or v|uL-)gar and tWTfla I t sparingly. SSn't boil eggs for either Invalids or children. Always cook them in water whi<.h has not quite reached the bull- ing point. Don't cook milk directly over the fire: It Is ahnost sure to burn meet1 if It does not, milk shonld not be boil- ed for the same reason that an egg should not. Boiling temperature nlakes the mbumen tough and indigestllfle I Don't cook <'ream soups or boiled euards directly over the fire. Use a double boiler to keep the temperature below boiling. IX)n't serve Insuffi('iently cooked ce- reals. Rice, oatmeal and cornstarch should be cooked for a hmg thne over hot water Rice requires at,out two hours and oatnleal at least four hours ' steam cooking. Don't serve fried potatoes. When they are allowed they are much belier baked, because they are more quickly digested In that form. Don't serve cheese and don't cook butter too long. In nmklng cream soups add the butter just before serv- ing. Nurse's Care of Herself. The WOUlan who Is acting as nnrse in her home is very apt to neglect her- self. It nl 13 I-m hard for her to do otll - erwlse, espeeb'tlly If there are other de- nnluds on her tin,e and strength. But ver. should he sent to the sickroom: If the patient needs constant care then It is almost hnl)eratlve that the person 'L.ese in themselves will appeal to the who is cartug for him should be re- eye and thus aid dlgestiou. Ileved of other duties and responsiblll- The food should be served in small ties. His re<.overy demands this. for quantities and i)y courses. It is not the ntlrse's mental and l)hysh'al condi- unusual (or the sight of a tray loaded ties has often a marked effect otl the patient. If the nurse Is th'ed out, has been obliged to do without sufficient sleep for several nights, she is not like- ly to be herself. She will be nervous. easily excited perhaps irritable and utterly unfit to give her best' effort to her task. She shouhl have regular hours for sleep, when her rest will be unbroken for at least seven hours out of each twenty-four Then a short time si, ould be allowed every Oily for outdoor exer- cise. Constantly breathing the air of even a well ventilated sickroom soon tells on even robust i,ealth. The nurse shon]d have also good, lionrhing, eaMl.v digested food at regular hours. When sickness comes into the family such ,natte, as guardhlg the health of the nurse and+ keeping the other Illeljlbers nf the honsehoht in good health are often overlooked, and a sin- gle (.use of Illness very often becomes two or three just because of this neg- lect. gverythlng should he done to hasten the reeovery of tim liniment as well as prserve the good health of the rest of til(' family The nurse hould wear comfortable c h)tbing--a washable dress and broad soled shoes--and If the disease Is at all infet:tious she should be careful to A MODFI.N OUTFIT FOIl INFANT. wash her hands each tilde silo touehes ll Band. 2. Band to be worn after see- the patient, lofesMonal nurses learn end month. . Stockings 4. 8hir(. 5. Petticoat. . Nightgown. 7. Cambme very early in their training the iml)or- snP.l tance of dtstnfectlng and using every with many dishes on which generous precaution to prevent further develnp- helpings of ftmd are served to tare ment of the disease germs, but the tn- away the patients appetite before lie experience d sometimes find it hard to has tasted a nmuthful. A well fl.lled reallze how very powerful and lnsidi- tray may be gratifying to tile parson ous are these minute gernls. convalescing from a long illness wizen It Is not at all necessary for tile food was limited to Ibluids. but as a home nurse to lie versed In drugs and rule il is unallpetlzing almost to every medicines, nor should she be required person. Before taking the tray to the to put on complicated bandages, pre- patb,nt Inqke sure tha,t his room is in pare dressings or administer treat- order and that he 18 ready for the ments which require professional skill meal. Freshen the air In tim room for and experience. All such nmttars will a few moments, wipe the patient's be nndertaken by the physician when handh and face with a dalnpened cloth, a tra.lned nurse is not employed. Bnt straighten the bedclothes and rear- the woman who knows how to put ou range the pillows Then bring in the a simple bandage, how to stop an or- tray with the food on It freshly pre- dlaary attack of noseblecding, what pared. Serve hot things hot and cold to do when some one faints and also things cold. Have everzthlng as near- is familiar with shnple remedies for ly perfect as possible, l'lace the tray simple: ailments wl|l always find the within easy reach of the patient If he knowledge useful, In fact. It is a part Is able to .feed himself and then while of the all round woman's education to lie e,'l.ts ialk to him of interesting, know these things and be able to ap- J pleasant tiHngs, whh'h will ('IlUSP him ply them In a common sense way. / , to ft)rget liiutseif and wflat h'e' is dO- [ The C4[ of L,ittle Children.  ln'. Do lint" sit down beside the bed ] No ,onn should consider her edu- , and watch every mouthful he takes, cation oainplete until she has an+in- : occasionally remarking on his Ira- telllgent kn0-Iedge regal'dins the care proved appetite or the lack of IL Such of little children. 'When we consider Copyright. 1910 by American Press Association. HE chief dlfferem, e between cooking for the sick ald for those in god health is that the sick person umst have his food properl$ prepared and the one who is perfectly well ought to have it proper- ly prepared. One is a case of neces- sity in ot,der to regain health; the oth- er is a case of prevention to ward off sickness. There is no medh, lne more |niportant and powerful than the right kind of food cooked and served In the best way to make it easy of digestion and nutritious. Since !his is true there Is no part of nursing nlore im- Portant than that of prel)aring the tn- valid's meals. Selecting and cooking meals for one wh< has little appetite mean inore than choosing certain nn- trttlous foods and cooking them well. They mean presenting the proper food To the patient In such aa attractl.ve way that an allpetlte will be awaken- ed and there will be a desire to eat. Lt r IS essential, then. that special care be taken inarranging the patient's tray. A sick person Is nnusually sen- sitlve t,, details. Little things whleh possibly would pass unnollced b3" the person in normal health nlay cause ac- tual discomfort to the one weakened by disease. The tray should always lie covered with a clean cloth The smallest stain or a rumpled appear- anee may take away the patient's de- sire for the food. The pret!iest, thih- nest china and glass, the brightest sil- ! ' i ; IH[ SCANDINAVIAN BAil i (iAIDELL & BLOOM, Proprietors i A Popular Oentlemen's Resort i Complete Siock of " - - ) Wines, Liquors and Cigars Years of experience and courteous treatment of patrons is responsible for our success. Paralysis Disables Mr, S, E, Tallman ,I EverYlearn. thatl)usness man in town and al tteolher residents were deeply grieved ear y in the week to Mr. S. E. Tells,an ' t had suffered as+roke cf paraly-I Isis which it. was feared would re I / +o,t+s<ou+,,, on o+ his) I -THINC00 advanced age. Mr. Tallman has L ' i+-+ml. the respect and liking of the en Are alwa's to be had at tire comnluniLy and every one]. Y .... hopes lhat he will be ab e to be lthis store--that is good trnngs ] u)) aml about again in the near]tO eat. We cater to the fan- fulue H0, uffered th strokejcy and always have the sea= (,n ,";ut)(lay but early it) the week;sonable fruits and vegetables he eommeLCed to pick up and he and dainty extras that tempt has been leeling quite lively and+ . the appetite and make you eating +(>melh!ng regularly In! spite f the fact that his left enjoy a meal. ide is l),aralyzed. The doctors Everything that a good gro- sate lhat Lhere is a chance for cer should have is to be found complete recovery, in this store. We invite your New Firm al Grand trade. M. Lundstam Seattle. have bough, the Grand Lhoaler from A. L. Root and in- Oroceries Flour and Feed l,t+ll(l Io make Monroe their head- quarters in hatMling a chain of movi  picture and vaudeville Automobile Baragins show houses which they plan to 00 Rdl]J establish. Boti gentlemen are practical showuJen of long ex- List mailed free--Send for it. perience and they intend to make Automobile Exchange ()f tim Grand theater a model 715 E Pine St. Seattle place of etJt.erlaintnenL. Many! I itI)provemens and changes will l ,qmmm9*HHHHH $ be iut,'oduced and every ell'orb t Cherry Valley 1 mad Io give patr<'ns lhe great I ' '"' i NURSERY .i ++Jd colllfort,. lr'. White expects  1". I!. II0PKIN$, Prop. to move his family here at once g and make his imme in Monroe.  All varieties of Fruit Trees i and Shrubbery. The tnembers of the firm are] All stock guaranteed true ,)f the belief tidal Monroe ts go to label. ing to be a sLeadily growing cozn i t munity whe!'e l.heir business will i ) For shrubs and ornamental trees i Phone receiw a substantial palrouage! T.R. HOPKINS i a.d they will'do evervLhin,., [lOS- I Cherry Vslley, Wash. sible t() [)lease and satisfy all. i 4HI+41,41IHI4IHHI, edHHH+HIIdHI i  Office Phones t 1  Have your House I I CLEANED| i /.N. Properly and in the most    sanitary way with the Dunt,- -d ' - ley Vacuum Cleaner, Rugs, t H, ]'-- Carpets, Mattresses, Lace I l[ l=" i Curtai,s a specialty. Ma- $ W, / . chines for sale. J. P. AUSTIN The Homeseeker Doesn't have to go'far to get a nice home all ready to step into-in Moproe. We have 8 or 10 BUNGALOWS ccmpleted and nearing comp'letion that are for sale on easy terms. Modern home-like cottages well built and neatly appointed, and just what will suit you for a comtortable home. The prices are reasonable, for good close-in property and the terms easy. For a Home or Investment You should consult us before buying in order to get the best the market affords. What you want in residence or business property we can show you. We are here ready to serve. DONOVAN & PATTISON @ - ; a procedure is very Ititely to make the that ,the material out of which either ............. ,,  ...... , t oatlent feel he has eaten ugh be- heroes or lnval!dS are made Is, found -- /ore he Is fal.rly started on the meal. l ln the nursery t( behooves e'ery wo- I IIIII I I I- III [ The patlent s, dlet l+nattlralfysme''mant's'toltthatelther-byherper" I THE BANK LIIIUOR STORE I M " "  = ' " :""' [[what ilmtted, lhereai'ea great many onal effort or by her influence she is "- - - -- -- ---- - -- - --- ---- -  - - -- - - -- - - II "11  -----"  12 ..... l,k.tnds of foods that he is hot allowed doing her pa.rt to have the future gen- H .tl}lllpt !/tllVtY l:to ea t. and even those that are per- oration composed of strong men and . .............. + ,=+ +o, + =+0 o + + == ++ + +.+ += =,, 00ro, , II of ways. The physi('lan In charge ot that the number of weaklings ts less- s !  .  e il the ease will give a II, t of tends a.-ened. One of the greatest errors | r s O t " lowed and in somecases he willstate made in the management of children "01Pt' l']'t'0"U' Corner ' I! to all -at t he otv ot our ! The Popular Pla0e I x- J 1 how they are to ne prepared. But his relates to their nutrith)n. "'If the child i 1 i directions are often enm 11, as "give Is properly fed he will stand a great , i] +|tim soft el,eked e,.ts'" or "tet him deal of abuse in other directions.'" says = " I  ..''.. *" /_.rll-2 'havea bit ofehicken or a niceeream one authority, but more Is necessary 1 'yd I! .llAtKl,lt,.,ILltli..llt-t:'." JJLIk.,45KI.-") II'soup." An," specttte hlstructions re- ,hart food if the child Is to deveh,p i HighestRua i. +Vims,. | + + .... |"arding recipes r different waYS f Prperly" He mnst have fresh air' t I'dLttllL01 IldlMl 'i+ l " "  serving the same food are not often at- sultable nutrltion and a chan,.e to live  I Th-- /" IZ Il,,,,ll ]1,o- :,t,-,,4-  tempted by the doctor. If the nurse-- as a young child should, free from @OOd ,aoommod llll,, ,d. l. I..a yY t,,il I l.A. J.a|l'liJk ibe she" wife. mother, daughter or pro- care. with nothing to excite nerves or s' + " ..... " II+fesl6nal-2does not knoW ht)w+tos+rve prcvent the proper development of i ations adjaoont | body and mtnd--as neau'ly like a young |i BOTH PHONES Iii'g' ,ha ,n,ety of ways. how e,. | in tho l-o*,roo Hot+l. | -= i ........ __ Ill I beef ..... tea ad gruels may be gives new l animal as p0a$1ble.  ...... _. _a..:=._..._...:..__:.__::;;:_===:::=g