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Friday, June 4, 1926 THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Page Seven I I [ [ g p t I I .T. BASCOM LAWYER Practices in All Courts Monroe, Washington THE EDITOR TAKES TRIP (Continued from Page 1) tire space was packed with cars. The view from this vantage point is the most mgnificent of them all. The morning was clear, a cloudless sky and Mount Hood showed up in fine proportions, and in the early morn- ing 'twas a sight to behold the crown of Mt. Rainier peeping over the Washington hills on the north I M.J. McGUINNESS Lawyer Snohomish, Wash. I PERCY P. COOLEY, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Monroe Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 Office Over Frst National Bank Building_ I DR. A. M. ZAREMBA Dentist Monroe National Bank Bldg. MONROE, WASHINGTON , )2 DR.C.W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block. Monroe Minard Allison, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office at Monroe Genera! Hospital Phones: Office 231--Res. 1741 James H. McGranahan, M.D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office at Monroe Gem Hospital Phones: Office 231--Res. 1222 P. J. SCALLON PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Duvall, Wash. Calls Answered Promptly Day and Night MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY Two Daily Deliveries Whipping Cream that will Whip All Orders Promptly Filled Milk from T. B. Tested Cows L. A. KEECH Telephone 36J1 Monroe C. H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 693 Best and Prompt Service Snohomish, Wash. bank of the river. At Portland, Mr. Rainier could be seen very distinct- ly, which will convey the idea of whata clear and cloudless day it was. At Portland' we had a very short visit with Miss Mary C. Reardon of the nursing staff of St. Vincent's ltospital, also Miss Marjorie Healy. The trip from Portland north was begun at a little past four and was  most interesting drive, hundreds :ff cars on that highway, strung out ill along from Vancouver to Che- !rolls. On the entire trip we saw but one wreck in tow and which is wonderful record along that busy rail and on a busy day. It means :ood drivers and a compliance with he laws governing. The business of .ervice stations is a big one, for you will find them everywhere, and n large numbers in some places, and you don't have so very far to go to ret gas even in these remote sec- tions. A matter of extreme sat- isfaction to all travelers must be the plendid array of schoolhouses, beautiful and well kept buildings all denoting the very intense interest of the people in the affairs of their ducational system, and Oregon as far as we saw it is not behind' Wash- ington in this matter. This is a trip worth making. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to. announce that I have taken over the Handicraft Shop, on east Main, formerly conducted by Mrs. Groat. I will continue my hem- stitching business at my new place. Mrs. Groat is leaving and the place is entirely under my management. MRS. K. O. KORSTAD. NOTICE The Skykomish river bridge at Sultan will be closed lo traffic for anproximately three days beginning Monday, June 7th, at 8 a. m. It will be open to foot traffic all of the time. Be. governed accordingly. Legal blanks for sale at Monitor office.--Deeds and Mortgages. tf IIIIIIIIIIrqlllllllllllilllllllllllllrlllllllllllllr|lllllllllll Elflllmlllllulfllfl N Classilied I ]IUlIIIIIUIt]IIUIIIIIIIIlllUIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIISlIIIIIUl F0 R SALE FOR SALE--Garage and blacksmith shop situhted on Main Street, Du- vail. Will be sold very cheap. In- quire of Sydney Allen, Phone 24, R 11, Duvall, Wash. 10t3 BARRED ROCK COCKERELS -- A few very fine Barred Rock Cocker- els for sale.Call a Monroe Monitor P office. 3tf 1 FOR RENT I'()R RENT--Cottage at 322 North Madison. Inquire in evening after 6 o'clock or during the day at Handi- craft Shop. WANTED L r PLUMBING OR SHEET METAL WORK THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. Monroe t I00E. E. Purdy & Sons UNDERTAKERS Telephone 131 Snohomish Office  Phone 422 Monroe, Washington ; Two Deliveries Dail3/-- Have You Milk Delivered Two Deliveries Daily MORNING AND EVENING W. A. NICKEL Phone 471 :: Monroe FOR HIRE AUTO Any place  Any time  First Class Service.--P. G. Johnson, Monroe, Wash. Office southwest corner Main and Lewis. Tel. 1613, house 1811. FRED HAGEDORN Manufacturer of Cement, Buildinl00 Blocks and Art Slofie Plant--North Blakely St. Monroe Near G. N. Ry Tracks WANTED -- Capable woman for housework. Mrs. J. E. Hamilton, 311 S. Lewis St., ,Monroe. 12t3" MISGELLANEOUS DAIRYMEN, ATTENTION There are many good cows that fail to breed. Have you any such If so, address George Andrea, Still- water, Wash. Success guaranteed. or no pay. 10tS" LEARN THE BARBER TRADE-- Special Summer Rates Commencing April 15th. Learn the MOLER SYS- I'EM and learn right. We guarantee to place you in a good position after .*i few weeks training. 36 schools in the U. S. A. and' Canada. Our dip- lomas reccgnized. Call or write for catalog.--MOLER SYSTEM OF BAR- BER COLLEGES, 1215 Pacific Ave., racoma, Wash.; 223 Occidental Ave., Seattle, W'ash. 7tf WASHINGTON WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW "Put business in government to the full extent you can, but take government out of business, except where the great heritage of equali- of opportunity necessitates its Lre."Albert C. Ritchie, guy- of Maryland. Longview--Pacific Telephone & Telegraph long distance lines to Se- attle and Tacoma have cost 9200,000 since January 1. Kelso--H. T. Ames Lumber Co. winks double shifts, on lumber go- ing to India. Shelton--Reed Mill Co. starts clearing for mill to cut 100,000 ce- dar shingle a day. Olympia--State Capitol Review is a new political paper edited by Hol- lis B. Fultz. Shelton--Rainier Pulp & Paper Co. "plans sultihite paper mill o make 120 tons a day. i Kent--First car of lettuce from 1926 crop shipped east. Glasses, $1.50 -- $2.50 -- $5.00 O. E. WILLIAMS, Jeweler Monroe :: Washington, TRY A MONITOR WANT AD- iiMALL BUT EFFICIENT. ! +++++++[ The Washington Home Finding So- t [ ciety has placed 5,000 and assisted +AT Z]'Z clqrURCT-TE, :115,ooo children since 1896. +.[ Ostrander--The Ostrander Con,* METHODIST EPISCOPAL I pany opens fifth sid'e of loggers to i get out long timbers, cutting 1,000,- Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. 000 feet a day. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Epwoxth League at 7:00 p. m. Evening service at :00 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. Thurs- day. Everybody welcome. Rev. E. D. White, Minister. THB MENNONITI CHURCH Rom. 1:16 "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ. For it is a power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth." This is the gospel we believe and we preach. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. German services 11 a. m. Every other Sunday C. E. 7:30 p. m. English services every other Sun- Jay 7:30 p. m. P. A. Kliewer, Pastor. CHURCH OF THE"NAZARENE Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Regular service 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Y. P. S. 7 p. m. Prayer meeting 8 p. m. Wednesclay. Mrs. J. M. Stephens, Pastor ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURGH Mass will be celebrated in St. Mary's church, Monroe, Sunday, June 6th at 9 o'clock. Rev. Robt. Dillon, Pastor. SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH Sunday school a,t 9:45 a. m. Sermon at ll:O0 a. m. Y. P. S. meetings, 6:30 p. m. Sermon 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Every other Sunday, English ser- vice at 7:30 p. m. Rev. E. A. Ohman, Pastor Congregational Church Sunday morning thepastor will dis- cuss the subject, "The Gospel of Je- sus Christ, What is It?" We hear i much today of the Social Gospel, Fundamentalism and' Modernism.-but little of the Gospel of Jesus. Today demands a modern living message if it is to do any good." Tomorrow will make its demand for a living mes- sage. So when some of our pulpits give forth an interpretation of the scriptures that can be applied to daily life, we at once hear the crp that the Gospel is not being reached'. It is our belief that the ospel is more real and alive today than ever before. ]et us compare today with yesterday and find the real meaning of the Gospel. You will enjoy this message of today filled with the Gospel of yesterday. At eighto'clock the Pageant Cho- rus will render a Sacred Concert in the church. The pageant music with the ad'ditio.n of other numbers will prove to be a program of real mer- it. This has been scheduled for some time and a large crowd is expected. This will be the last concert during the summer and the last time that many of our chorus members will be together until the fall season. Ev- ery one is welcome. Concert is free. REV. A. EARL LEE, Pastor. Dark Rings Under Eyes For the relief of dark rings arid blood shot eyes there is nothing bet- ter than simple camphor, witchhazel, hvdrastis, etc., as mixed in Lavop- tik eye wash. The quick action is surprising Eyecup . free. Camp- Riley Drug Co. SAVOY HOTEL BARBER SHOP Under new management. Ser- vice guaranteed best, and every possible courtesy extended. La- dies" and Children's Hair Bob- bing as it should be done. Harry Lamberton, Prop. Clarkston--Troy Lumber Co. fur-  nishes 500 windows for new Weyer- hauser mill at &ewiston. Kelso.--St. Mary's Catholic parish dedicates new $26,000 church. NOTICE AND SUMMONS In Justice Court, Everett Precinct, Snohomish. County, Washington, Before Andrew Johnson, Justice of the Peace. R. Pyle, Plaintiff, vs. H. A. Fach and C. L. Lauerman, Defendants. No. ro H. A. Fach, the above named defendant: In the name of the State of Wash- ington, you are hereby notified that R. Pyle has filed a complaint against you in said court, which will come on to be heard at my office in the Court House Annex. in the Court House, in Everett Precinct, n Sno- homish County, Washington, on the 28th day of June, 1926, at the horn of Ten o'clock A. M., and unless you appear and then and there answer, the same will be taken as confessed, and the demand of the plaintiff granted. The object and demand of said complaint is to obtain judgment against said defendants for $90.00 and costs of suit upon a contrac made by said defendants while do. ing business as Wells Optical Co. with Modern Publicity Co., who have assigned their claim to plaintiff herein. Complaint filed May 11, 1926. ANDREW JOHNSON, Justice of the Peace. G. F. Cook, Attorney for Plaintiff, Stokes Bldg., Everett, Wash. First pub., May 28, 1926. Last pub., June 18, 1926. SUMMONS. In tile Superior Court of the State of Washihgton, in and $or tbr County of Snohomish. No. 24,199. Catherine Fuller, Plaintiff, vs. M. E. Fuller, Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON to the said M. E. FULLER: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within sixty (60) days aftec the date of the first publication of this Summons, to-wit: Within six- ty (60) days after the 21st day of May, A. D., 1926, and defend the above entitled action, in the above entitled Court, and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the un- dersigned, attorney for the plaintiff, at his office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you ac- ,cording to the demand of the Com- plaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of this action is that the plaintiff obtain a divorce from the defendant on the gounds of abandonment and no-support, and have full and complete title vested in plaintiff to the following described real estate in Snohomish County, Washington, to-wit: Lots 31 and 32, in Block 762, of the Everett ,Land Co.'s First Addi- tion to Everett, according to plat. Dated May 18, 1926. WM. SHELLER, Attorney for Plaintiff. Postoffice Address, 326 Stokes Bldg., Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. Date of first publication, May 21st, 1926. Date of last publication, June 25th, 1926. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. In the Superior Court of the State of Washing'ten, in and for the County of SnGbomish. No .............. Etta Kinion, Plaintiff, vs. Carl Kin- ion, Defendant. The State of Washington: To the above named defendant, Carl Kinion: You are hereby summonded to ap. pear within sixty (60) days after the 21st day of M[y, 1926; and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorney for plaintiff, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to Wood ,Coal the demand of the Complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of said action on the part of the plaintiff is for a decree of divorce from the Defendant on the grounds of abandonment and non-support, and failure to make suitable provision for the plaintiff as a wife. S. A. BOSTWICK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Address: 410-11 Colby Building, Everett. Washington. FirSt Publfcation May 21, 1926. Last Publication, July 6, 1926. NOTICE In theSuperior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the Coun- ty of Snohomish. In the Matter of the Estate of Isaac B. Madill, DeceasedL No. 6949. Notice is hereby given that Agnes Madill, executrix of said estate, ha.: filed with the clerk of said' court her final account and report in said es- tate, and petition to distribute the residue of said estate to the persons entitled thereto, and that Tuesda., the 6th d'ay of July, 1926, at 9:30 A. M. on said day, in Department No. 2 of said court, at the court house in Everett, said county, has been appointed by. said, court as the time and place for hearing upon said account and petition; any persons in terested in said estate may appeal and file objections to said accoun:, and contest the same, and may be heard on the hearing of said peti- tion for distxibution. AGNES MADILL, Executrix. Coleman & Fogarty. Attorneys," Walsh Block, Everett Washington. First pub., June 4, 1926. Last pub., June 18, 1926. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the Coun- ty of Snohomish. Lillian Rentsch, Plaintiff, vs. Fred- erick Rentsch, Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: To the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within sixty. (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons; to-wit; within sixty (60) days after the 16th day of April, 1926; and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 205,000 lives have been saved among the policyhohters of the Metro- politan Life Insurance Co. din- the past tnn'teen y e a r through the aid and coo;er,,- tion with the public and out' Welfare Division. A. J. FOSTER Box 715 Monroe, Wash. "The Company of the People, By the People, For the People." SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County off Snohomish. Peder Bustad and Gina Bustad, hus- band and wife, plaintiffs, vs. Niels Peter Johnson and Anna Sophie Johnson, his wife; Christina Nick- lason, the Executrix of the last will and testament of Gustaf Nick lason, deceased, and Christina Nick lason; Sound Oil Company, a Cor- poration; August Cedar, a bache- lor, and George Nisson and the heirs, known or unknown, of Mary E. Nissen, deceased, Mary L. Dneed, Anna Stiles. George W. Nissen, Alice S. Simpler, Elsie J. Perry, Lily Skoor, Eva A. Ellis, Ruth Park, Myrtle Schmidt, Maybell Jerjensen, Ruby Nissen, and the unknown heir of any defendant, and all other arties or persons, known or un- nown, who are named and re- ferred to herein, and' who claim any right, title or interest, legal oc equitable, in the real estate de- scribed in the complaint, defend- ants. The State of Washington, to the said defendants as named or referred court, and answer the complaint of to in the caption hereof: the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your You and each of you, are hereby ...... t rne- summoned to appear within sixty answer upon me unuerslgnea a o y .............. L... tat ' (60) days after the date of the first for plalnIII, al; nls OHlCe LOw  -, .... ........ publication of thns Summons to-wEt" ea; ann m case oz your xanure so o .................. 7 .... 11 L .... ^-^ ";st WlEnln SlXl;y OO) nays azer me Jcrt uo ua men Will DU I'IIULEL ](&ta , 3 g ...........  ^ the nay of May, 1926, and defend the you according co one uexna.u u. ab ve entztl d " h o " e Court action, in complaint whmh has been filed wt , o, ....... +;n,,n o .... - n,! the Clerk of said court.  ...................... ' "-- The object of said action on the answer the complaint of the plain- part of the plaintiff is for a decree of divorce from the defendant, on the grounds of non-support, and fail- ure to make suitable provision for the plaintiff as a wife; and for her maiden name. S. A. BOSTWICK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Address: 410-11 Col- by Building, Everett, Washington. First pub., April 16 1926. Last pub., May 28, 1926. Cheney--Loyal Order of Moose plan to build $20,000 temple here. Lester, at West terminus of Cas- cade tunnel, will build $14,000 com- munity hall ,and gymnasium. Central Washington apple ship- meats of 16,449 cars were 1,000 cars above last fall's estimate. Alfalfa har/est well under way in Walls Walla valley. Be|lingham--Wbrkers wanted fol 2,000 acres of beets for Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. tiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned, attorney for plaintiff, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you and each of you according to the demands of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said Court. The object of this action is to ex- clude the defendants as named and referred to in the caption hereof, from any interest or lien in the fol- lowing described real property owned by the said plaintiffs herein and sit- uated in Snohomish county, Washing- ton, to-wit: The west half of the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section 23, township 32, north of range 4, E.W.M., containing 20 acres more or less, and subject to certain rights-of-way for road purposes. Dated May 4, 1926. WM. SHELLER, Attorney for the Plaintiffs. Postoffice address: 326 Stokes Bldg, Everett, Snohomish County. Wash- ington. First pub., May 7, 1926. Industrial accidents for four. Last pub., June 11, 1926. months were 1331 fewer than for the same period in 1925, though mor SUMMONS were employed. .In the Superior Court of the State Kelso--City council authorizes vote l of Washington, in and for the for buldin" new city hall. i County of Snohonlish. No. Kelso--New Olequa toll bridge on Nick Reinell and Louise Reinell, his Cowlitz River opened, wife Plaintiffs; vs. Amalia Loekelt, formerly known as Amalia Hoeg, Indian Service is installing $15,000 water service at Tulalips. Kelso--Long-Bell Lumber Co. pay $350,000 taxes for first half of the Furniturea,d Piano Movinl00 Dependable Mack Trucks Experienced Drivers 371 Phone Monroe Transfer and Fuel Co. Leora Belonga and also the un- known heirs of any and all the de- fendants deceased; also "all other persons or parties unknown claim- ing any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the .real etate described in the complaint hereilt" adverse to plaintiffs' ownership, or any cloud upsn plaintiff's title hereto, Defen- dant.. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON to the said defendants and each of them: YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the (late of the first publication of this summons, to- wit: within sixty .(60) days after the 23tO day of April, 1926, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorney for plaintiffs at his office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed, with the clerk of said court. That the object and purpose of this action is to quiet title in the plain- tiffs, and to remove any cloud on the following described premises, situate in Snohomish County, Washington, to- wit: Lots twenty-one (21), twenty-two (22) and twenty-three (23), Block two hundred ninety-three (293) of Hilton's First Addition to Everett, in Snohomish County, State of Washing- ton, and to obtain' an order and de- cree of court to the effect that you and each of you have no right, titIe, claim or interest in or to said prem- ises, and' any part thereof, and that you be forever enjoined and debarred from asserting an claim whatsoever in or to said real property or any part thereof adverse to plaintiffs owneo ship thereof. CLARENCE J. COLEMAN, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Office and Post Office address, 16-21 Walsh Block, Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. First pub., April 23, 1926. Last pub., May 28, 1926. TRY A MONITOR WANT