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oo oo,. o = o o -= -- o,o. THE STORE FOR MEN 8( YOUNG MEN ... [HER IEATS YOU WELL . Smcenty Clothes Take the smallest part of a Sincerity Coat--the pock t They don't gape like the pockets of other coats. And that isn't just an accident either. For inside the cloth of a Sincerity pocket is a piece of tape that won't stretch and it is put there to take the strata The Grange Idea N 0t Partisan We emphatmally and sincerely assert the oft-repeated truth taught in our organic law, that the grange-- National, State, or Subordinate--is not a political party organization. No grange, if true to its obligations, can dis- cuss partisan or sectarian ques- tions, nor call political convert- Demonsliation Trains to Cover State The demonstration train plan, adopted by railroads in the Northwest to help in improving agricultural methods by educat- ing the farmers, will te thor- oughly tried out this year by the Northern Pacific, beginning in Montana in June and later coming to the states fartller west. The train will have Iive * ................ Take the front of a Sinceri Lions, nor nominate candidates. ou ne piece oi cioLn na wui srecn. " nor even discuss their merits in cars, equipped as follows: tv Coat--notice how it curves to your form. The edge of a Sinceri- i ; ...... ,;.,,= Car Number 1--Flat car equip- ty Coat is taped and turned and felled to your form by hand needle i''k)ethe " iinl lea we teach pad with complete set of tropic- work and hand-processes. - P P" " " " " " underh all true pohtms, all tlue meats for a 160 acre dry farm, In fact, Sincerity Clothes are made so good that when you statesmanship, and if properly selected by experts; a rostrum y . " y for et all about the rice, and if you happen to re- carried ont, will tend to purify for g neral talks to the peopl', i bmUnb::i:he:riceghenwearingth: suit' you only remember how the whole political atmosphere andspeclallmplementsof great small it was in re oft[on to the merit From a suit of clothes to a of our country. Far we seek the value on u'rlated farms. , _ " P P "  ,--, ,,v,a t, ebb ,reate. t oar 'umber z--e'er better $ n o ener it Da S to et something that will last. ,rv  ........ , . ,, .......... 9 ca p  Y g ' '--I i see(z ann aronom7 lnurUGLIUli; O / numtm ". 15.00 18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 $27.50 $30.00 I We must always bear in mind will contain complete outfit for re the pices. Look them over today. 0ursockmcomplete /that no one, by becom;:gua th:t :hm::: m;:::d:afng ;li:a'ni:g, e line of Men's Union Suits from $1.25 to $3.50 [ tree of Husbandry, g" s p . " Just opened up a n w 4| inalienable right and duty which treating and selectmg bettel rment. " " " ' per ga  belongs to every American citi- wheats, oats, barley, corn, alfal- A full and up-to-date line of Men's Furnishings and Shoes /zen, to take a proper interest in fa, etc. , i  I the politics of his country. Car Number 3--General hve- $ _ Z[ On the contrary it is right for stock exibits and instruction for s , i I "&/l I r'- levery member to do all in hi. housmg and feeding farm ant- Ho H* VV E.LL r" r !lpower legitim;,tel7 to influene reals; best methods of curing .......  ..... a...,, -rnishino's and Shoe /for good the action of any pohtt- and preprmg feeds, flue celiac t UlO1;Iller, x-xux, J.- *,  'cal party to which he belongs, tion of pictures of famous anl e.,,oo*o It is hm duty to do all he can in reals; dairy sections will be equip- his own party to put down bri- pad with necessary apphat.ces bery. corruptmn, and trickery; to for the production of first class ; Despair and Despondency ]" No one but a woman can tell the story oI the suffering, the ]  despair, and the despondency endured by women who carry /' ' IJ' \\; a daily burden of ill-health and pain because of disorders and ["N 'E derangements of the delicate and important organs that are %.'\\; t.ff_ distinctly feminine. The tortures so bravely endured corn L [ pletelv upset the nerves if long continued. "-'   Dr. lierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for / .].  weakness and disease of the feminine organism. ,T kL % X' 51OK WOMEN WELL. "" "' It allays infl,,mmation, heals uleeret,on and soothes pa;m ": -,.-,ITPl It tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for .w. ffehood  have nothing to" urge upon you e. " just as igoo . .[ and motherhood Honest medicine dealers 8ell It, n It ts non-secret, non-alcoholic and has a reoord of forty yars of cures. ks Youn NmoHeoas. They probably know ot some of its many cures. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailinl ziy, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser--revised, up-to date edition, in paper covers. In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. [Quit City t0 Get After accum " g " General Blacksmiths and property in Seattle, from their sawngs, Otto Simdars and his son-in-law, C. W. Showers. well- known chief engineers of Seatte, hxe resigned their respective positions, a.d on Frid,y par chased the Hazel dairy farm, near Monroe, Wash., for a con sideration of $60,000 The ttazm farm, formerly owned Uy John Abacherli, con rains 360 acres and is one of the Shumaker & t Humphreys Wagon Building Highest grade work in every re- spect. Up-to-date hop. Your patr(mage is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran- teed. Lewis Street fines! dairy farms in the North .4 Free Trip to Seattle and Return. west, having a monthly income Let's Bust the State Dental Trust. i of more than $1,000 Takea trip to Seattle awd let Mr. Abacherli, the former me save you the price of your trip on your dental work. You I save a dollar, I make a dollar i OWner of the Hazel farm. will andtLe State Dental Monopoly I ', win lose two dollars whenldo re urn t') his native country. your dental work. Haw your dental work d ne now while the dental war is on. My offices have been established at 73 First Ave., in the Union Block- for 18 years. I do not compete with cheap dentists, but with the high-clas dent- |ata for half their price. Open evenings until 8 and Sundays until 4 for people who work. EDWIN J BROWN, D.D.S. 713 First Avenue Seattle, Wash Read my article in Sunday's P.-I. and Monday's 'Phnsa and Star. Swilzerland, to spend the sum- mer ill comfort, baving gained a competence from farming in the Northwest.--P. 1. "The sale of the property was mainly due to the dairy which wa mainlained on the ranch," WANTED YOUNG MAN ! Sometime in the future opportunity will knock at your door. Will you be ready? i In ten years from now there will be business chances just as there are today. And the man who commands a little money will be the man to get there. Why, don't YOU begin to prepare for them now? Why dent you lay aside every possible dollar, and i Leave it Laid Aside. : In a,few years you would have sufficient to place you on the  road to ' make good." ! ', Paid-up Capttal - - - $25,000  Shareholders' Liabi:ity - $25,000 I Surplus ..... $10,000 I Total -  I Monroe F00rst Natmnal Bank, (Successors to LEMON & STEI'HENS) Office and Warehouse North end of Ferry St. Phone Sunset 461 t Transferring and Teaminl[ i see that none but competent, milk and butter, mcluding milk- faithful and honest men, who ing machmes, Babcock tester will unflinchingly stand by our sanitary pails, etc; poultry de- interests, are nominated for all ment will have trap nests, positions ef trust; and to have model houses, feeders and other i carried out the principle which poultry appliances; veterinary should always characterize the section will have specimens of Patron, tnat tee OFFICE all sorts of disease; appiiance HOULD SEEK THE MAN. for relieving alfalfa bloat, milk AND NOT THE MAN THE OF- fewr, chokmg, etc., ,nd pracLi- FICE. , cal horse shoeing exhibit. We acknowledoe the broad Car Number 4--Horticulture. principle that difference of opin Home and commercial fruit prob- ion is no crime, and hold that !ems, tree planting, nursery "progress toard truth is made stock, care of trees, p::unlng pro- by difference of opinion," while pagation and grafting will be "the fault lies in bitterness of considered, and insect pests and of controversy." fungus diseases illustrated Ly Life itself is a series of com- implements. pr?nises. When we meet our Car Number 5--Will contain nei,hbor in the middle of the bulletins and literature for dis- road we are willing to give half, tribaL[on, spraying outfits, a but no more. We do not care to smut machine, farming mills, compromise our rights. We are cream separators, milking ma willing to give our brother who chines, dairy appliances and chooses some other profession, other apparatus. be it a lawyer, carpenter, mar- The instructors on the cal" will chant or what not, his just dues be chosen from the Agricultural but we do not want to give more College of the states exhibited than hall the road, and as almost in. Two-hour stops will be made exery business men is protected at each town, with a definite pro in some way, it b hooves us as _-,ram of lectures, and a period ol farmers to organize and during half an hour for general inspc- our long experience we have tan of the train. Other railroads will probably follow the North found nothing that quite takes ern Pacific scheme, and most of the place el the grange; nothing the cites and towns in Washing- ton will have a chance to see tile demonstration train some time this summer. Announcement Mr. F. M. Shumaker, of Seat tie, has come to Monroe and en- tered partnership with Mr. C. A. Humphreys in the blacksmith so fitting for all the family to enjoy, where father, mother, brother and sister can work hand in hand for better social rend[tans, better farm homes with more satisfying results. Organization is the thing that counts. Get your farmer bro- thers and sisters together and FARMERS to raise Cucumbers We buy Berries For particulars address SEAIIL[ PU6[I SOUND PACKINO CO. F. O. Box S[ATTt[ i organize a grange and make it business and expects to buy a so interesting that it will mean home and live here. The firm somethmg to join it. -- Grange name will be Shumaker & Hump- Notes by National Lecturer. hreys. The firm has purchased said Mr. Abacherli in discussing the property formerly occupied the transfer. "It shows what Lecture Courses at ,,,. can be accomplished by improv- I tends to develope a blacksmith- inga "place and building up a the Stale I:lli[ ling bus00ness and genel'al wagon good herd. The income from "" 'building concern that will be able to handle any work of the the ranch is about $1,000 a month and i have been averag- ing between $15 and $16 a month from each cow milked just from the sale of milk alone. Ibelieve ia bu/ing only good cows and A lecture hall is being l'rovid- ed for the Stt te Fair, Sept. 26- Oct. 1, at Yak[me in whic fifteen minute illustrated lectures willl be g en on topics that interest the fruitgrowe|', farms , stock man, and "'the average citizen.', The topics will include hart[owl- tare, its pests, treatment, pack- ing, and etc. The agricultural courses will include talks on soil irrigation, and kindred important subjects, while the students' stock judging contest will be the essence of a coulple:e course of lectures by educators of state and national repute. The State College faculty and State Super- intendant Dewy are working out of the details of the lecture course. have not one that has cost me less than $70 and from there on up to $100." Mr. Abacherli is a firm believ- er in the possibilitms of improv- ing the valley land iu the vicinity of Monroe and after a trip back to Switzerland is going to come back here and get hold of an- other ranch property to de- velops. Don't forget that every pro- gram you miss at the Monroe theatre is a good one. Pownall's Music Store has just put in a complete new stock ': musical -instruments including ::: e violins, mandolins, guitars and Tnrascript $1.00 facoordens Some in and look l the stock over. i  kmd. Mr. Shumaktr has had 35 years experience on wagon work and dur|ng the pas t nine yeas in Seattle has built more laundry and milk agons than any other firm there. It is in- tended to put in a band saw and edger, together with other ma- chinery, so as to make the plant complet6 in quiFment, and make it possible to buibl all kinds of wagons in Monroe. Thetrade in Monroe have learn .ed what an expert is Mr. Humphreys in his line, especial- ly s a horseshoer, and the new: firm is assured of a steady and growing business righh from the start. Both gentlemen are en- thusiastic believers in Monroe land the possibilities of its future growth and intend to o their share in promoting its industries. t Prompt service guaranteed and all work given careful i Attention. WOOD AND COAL YARD General Contracting : i ! & LAMBERT [ L[ANIN6 , V,RHISq IE( , Is here and you will want 1 1 wiilnorakl/\\;, to paint the house or fix up i i i, mo00oa! some of your rooms. furniture over    ./.A { it. You.,:,, i $ /I/I/i  ** till taints : 's i  , you want in paints, oils and ater-  /.,tt  ' varnishes and of the highest ::o il/II!lll! [il[I  quality. Make up your list i 1 etitton. , sI[rlII:00S flARDWAR . # ifs a ,Deere irs hi HOLINE. ILL. Because Its made right, by a force of skilled plow experts whose equal cannot be found in any other plow fac- tory in the world. There are many different makes of plows each claiming to be the best, yet the fact remains that three-John Deero plows are In use:to one of any other kind. The John Deers Fac- tory, the largest in the world, turns out every year more plows than any five other factories combined. standard el the World For Over 60 Years The Pioneer Plow Maker, John Deere, made his first steel plow by hand from the blade of a saw in 1837. The first slab of steel rolled in the United States was rolled for the John Deere plows by William Woods, of Pittsburg, in 1846. And ever since those early days Plows have sbewn the way and maintained the lead in this tional industr Is it any wonder that the farmers of the greatna y- , . . . ,, world express dmir verdict m the familiar phrase,-- if it $ a Deere-It's Right." We make over lO00 styles of plows, each aa good as It can be made,--the best that brains and perfect equip- ment can produce. No matter what your needsmay be, we caa supply them from our line. \\; ,Mortroe Mercanlile Co,, Inc,