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, ,% ; , ,. c:: S- ';7" PURSES Mexican Leather For Men Peter Pan For Children Ladies Hand Bags All Styles and Prices W. E. Mansfield THE DRUGGIST BI00.ADLEYS Paint 00hop This store is keeping pace with the other improvements ia Monroe and will in the future take a much further advanced position in the Papering: and Painting Trade The store is being remodeled and fitted up as a modern display ,oom fr:r the c(mvenience and comfort of our trade. You can come in here and make your paper selec- ions in comfort. Ihe SLock is Cming in N. T. BRADLEY You can saoe money by buying i ckt00100000 Society and Personal IF MOODYS HAVE IT, IT'S IN STYLE Special For Saturday On Saturday May 21st we will give you a chance to buy ladies and children's and boys suits very cheap. The boys suits range in size from 3 years up We have divided them in four lots. Use the phone, mail or hand in social or personal items for these columns. aunt Mrs. Robertson in Monroe over Sunday. H. H. Weller was in Everett early in the week. F. J. Bartels transacted business in Seattle Tuesday. Fred Gardell made a business trip to Seattle Monday. Mrs. L. Bundy of Gold Bar visited friends here last week. i Charles Faussett was in Seattle on Monday on real estate business. Mrs. C. J. Stuart went to Seattle "Phursday morning for a few days. Mrs. A. L. Lee is visiting her par- ents at Bellingham for a few weeks. * * Miss Dorothy Taylor and Mr. Lloyd Leake, of Novelty, paid a visit to her Mrs. Howard Watkins and Mrs. dos Bound went to Everett Monday morn- ing. Mrs. N. T. Bradley has returned from California to remain during the summer. Chris Thygeson has bought 80 acres near Snohomish and has moved his family down there. J. H. Hoffee, who recently sold out his interests in Sultan, has gone to Oregon in search of a location. J. A. Vanasdlen was in Everett on Monday. %* Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Root were in Seattle this week.  .x- Tommie Cobb was up from Snoho- mish over Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Stryker spent Tuesday in Seattle. Ca" it. Mrs. Regan is enjoying a visit from her daughter from Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Altizer left Wed nesday night for Wisconsin. Miss Tattle, of the Tattle Millinery was in Skykomish last week showing goods. J. F. Dolloff drove his auto 225 miles Saturday and Sunday taking in a number of tim towns in Skagit county. Mr. F. A. Oberg and Miss Christina Robertson visited her aunt, Mr. and and Mrs. Haray Taylor, at Novelty on Sunday and saw the new town site. Monday morning at 11 o'clock oc- curred the marriage of Miss Nellie Johnson and Mr. Ralph Blakeslee, of Monroe. at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. W. Randall The young couple have gone for a ten days' wed- ding trip after which they will return to Monroe to live.--Everett Tribune. Many friends are waiting to tender their congratulations in proper order. George Hoffman left this week for %* Soap Lake where he will remain for a Rhododendron Hive of the Lady month or more in order to get rid of Maccabees did well at the state meet-; rheumatism, ing held in Everett this week by win-i %* nine a prize for attendance, having Mrs C L Lawne, wife of the over " " " 0 per cent. of their members county treasurer, was in town last lpresent" In addition, children of the Friday and was a witness to the fra- I members, won a prize of $5.00 for cas in front of the Elwell market. I putting on a Maccabee drill. They % l were a happy, pretty lot of little girls P, ev. Robert Cooper, of Bell;ngham,/2o in number ranging in age from 4 B = who has been offered the pastorate of to 14 years, and they scored a spies- 1st lot boys Suits worth up to $2.25 choice 98c 2nd ...... $3.00 " $1.98 lrd " .... $4.50 " $2.48 4th ..... , $5.50 " $3.48 The shoes we will have on sale are picked out from our regular stock and we got all sizes of each make, thus the reason for selling them so cheap. You will find some good bargains in children's shoes. $4 go for $1.98. All goods displayed on table in some makes in ladies shoes at 98c and up. shoes, to 6 years. haven't Ladies' shoes worth up to front of store. You will als0 lind The Wonderful New Corset Nemo Self-Reducing No. 522 00 with "Lastikops Bandler' O, Memo No. 522 is the most comfortable corset in existence for either stout or medium figures, and the greatest figure-reducer ever devised. The semi-elastic "Bandlet" perfectly supports the abdomen from under- neath, makes tight lacing absolutely safe, gives grace and symmetry to every figure. Front steels just simoly can't stick out even when you are seated. To know all about Memo No. 522 is a duty every woman owes to herself. We'll be glad to show you. Come Solid Service Corset. 5olid Service Corsets Just the thing for the economical woman who wants to be stylish, shape- ly and comfortable at the least possible cost. If the corset breaks over the hip, with reasonable wear, you get a new one. Pay $2.00 and get a corset that will outlast two ordinary $1.00 corsets, and hold its shape to the end. No. 210,'for slender figures; No. 211 for shorter and stouter figures. All sizes--S2.00 We carry several different numbers in the "Nemo" Self-Reducing corset and we know they can't be beat for style and quality; positively the best on the market for the least money. We invite you to see the line before buying. Try a Nature's Rival STYLE A 21 is made in white finish cambric, medium weight. Ties in front as shown, tailor cut and finished throughout, four light stays in front. Trimmings of lace. Shou!der straps can be adjusted for high, low or medium bust. Complete with double Air Form. Price $2.00 .: .tl ...the. _.get ,the Congregational ..... church, was in didhit for the accomplished, way in 1  town tMs week wth hm wife looking whmh they drilled. They ere taken A A1 k f STYLE AA ----"-- - over the field and trying to find a down for the occas!on Tuesday night W Bfix  011SWeJJ  house, in autos driven by Messrs. E. Milton .   %* Stephens, A. H. Buck and J. L. Wal- [k [ Letters from Mr. F. E. Moody state lace and had the time of their lives. that he is living comfortably on a 15 The drill team of Monroe lodge put with double air Form. ................  acre place within nine miles of Gran- on the Memorial drill before the big .......... it Pass, Ore. Half the place is in assembly l. t--./ALL M A N fruitand half in alfalfa. The orchard " II t  isl5y:rsold. Mr. Moody has im.lGran d Prize Con" ,ll ....... . proved he place considerably and has { test Notary r'UDIIC, I t la:readyheenfferedagddealmrei MONROE THEATER tl MOODY & MOODY Conveyancin,, !than he paid for it. I -- I! ncorporaed t Abstracts, * I io a00prec,at,oo of the Monroe's st Store . J N Riese, of Cherry Valley, waslcrowds we have been havi,i and t " " " g : urns and Collections in town Saturday "We are going tolthe regular attendanceof our pu.,, 4 ) It is ma& of the same material as Style A, and built just long enough in front to hold the air Form in its bust pocket. At the side fronts, below the bust-pocket are two small tabs each having a buttonhole for the buttoning to the corset. Price $2.00 [ire, life and Accident Inserance.l be much more thickly settled up the I t,-ons we are ;oing to ive away i .,u'xvto, - - - w.sn. t ii The J. As FALGONER CO, Timber Lands Logged-off Lands Farm Lands 1612 1-2 Hewitt Ave. Everett- Wash. E. E. Purdy I;uUeral DiretOre, Uadertakerg "and Embalmers rompt attention and perfect service [;nohomish, Washington J. 4. 'A: ADLEN, Monroe Represent've . MOLLIlITER' Roo00 ll0untain Tea00.u#gel00 Bur/Medtln0 for Busy B,'inll Mlden Health Ind Renewed 110r, A stm_lflo for CcnstlDatton, Indigetion, ]Lave Kidney troubles. Pimples, Eczema. Impur lqtmd. Bad Bt'eth. Sluggish Bowels. Headaeh, 1 Backache. It Roky Mountain Tea in tazb- let form.  een a box. Genuine marne b, HolaTalg Duo CoxPxtl,. Madison, WI i,PF.N NUGGETS FOR SALLOW p,l. Complete valley after a while," he said. "Ev- erybody has too much land. Forty acres is enough for a family awl that is really more than one man can take care of properly without hiring help. I am going to ,:ell off a good portion of my land and others will do the same." . . A very simple but happy wedding was consummated at high noon Tues- day at the home of Mayor and Mrs. J. H. Campbell when Miss Marie Schir- man, sister of Mrs. Campbell, was a beautiful 14k Bosq filled watch will= full jewel South Bend move ment. Warraated 25 years, val ue $25.00. The contest commences l?ridy MHy 20th and closes Mondav, June 20Lh. A coupon will ' given with every 5 or 10 eenl Licketand the lady turning into !he box office the largest sum her of coupons by 8:00 P. M. June20th will win this beautiful present. We are endeavoring t, S 'ow n()llin bill the ery hi,h united in marriage to Mr. Mat Lut- el grade pi.'lures and u ire ouv- thuns by a minister from Startup, at s,lvvs enlirely to liie coill[err Of which place both the young people lt ," l-'Ol=le. have lived. Another sister, Mrs. Ear- R.inmb.r ou," s(,nus are the nest Fletcher, of Sedro Woollev, was bes ot)tai ab  a,d Mr. Hunter present The groom ia a prosperons!V tit] the ,8iatauce of Mius Cros young man who owns an apple ranch sman is tnakmg a hit with every at North Yakima, where the couple will make their future home. Poison Oak Pollontng Dullard% Snow Linhnent cures it. Mr. O. H. P. Cornelius. Tur ner, else, writes--My wife has discovered that Snow Liniment cures "Poison Oak Poisoning." a very painful troub e. She not: only cured a ease of it on her. self. but on awe of ter friends who were poisoned by this a:un- ivy. Price 25e, 50c and $1 00. Sold by W E. Mansfield ode. When you are booking your wants for the day just save one hm)r' tilne Ihis evening i() a, tend the Monroe The ttl'e We have new pie,'ures and songs every Sunday, Tuesday attd Fri day, Help you frielida by saving yt ur coupons. Mr. Ritchie's gua.ratttee goes with the watch enough said See his display window. Monitor-Transcript $1 Law and the Queen. The quaintness of many provisions of British law ts curiously illustrated In the status of the queen of England. So fur as her majesty's private busi- ness is concerned, she Is not regarded by the laws and customs of England as a married wonmn at all. She is the only woman In Great Britain who does not come within the scope of the mar- ried woman's property act. The idea In all this is that affairs of state con- sume all the time of the king. and therefore no responsibility for the queen's private business rests upon hlm. If the queen contracted debts in her husband's name he would uot be responsible for them. as any other husband in th,, United Kingdom would. The king cannot be sued for debt, but the queen can be. Should the king die. some authorities holcl that the queen could not marry again, in ease she wished to, without the license of the king's sueceaor.--New York Tribune. Where He Belonged. ",tr." sid a little blustering man to a religious opponent--"l say, sir, do you kt=oW to what sect I belong?" i '*Well. 1 don't exactly know," was I the answer. "but to Judge from your nake. shape and size I should say you belong to a class called the ln-sect."-- Lohdon Tit-Bits. II'ran k Recommendatlan. "Do you take boarders?" Just for a week at a time. "Won't you keep them longer than that ?" "1 WOUld if the3 would etay." What make8 llte Oreery la want of motlve.--George Eliot. Watch For The Bargains i t AZ lhe Monroil Lalld A006fllS 0100C8 1 the next 60 days I will place on the market 12 or 14 acres in One Acr tracts, within one mile of town, .g w!th prices to suit th_ee purchaser. _Als_o 18 nice_ 1o i within 3 blocks of the business part of town. Also one i 6-acre tracts 1 mile from town, cheap. One fine 10- acre tract partly cle-ed  nd for $1,15-O.. Many other bargains in Real Estate from One acre to 500 acres. Farm and City Property a Specialty. k ) t t MONROE LAND AGENT t CHAS. 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