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. . . Friday, i June I3, 1924. THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe Washington Page Five +++++ +++++++++++ 4. ., LOCAL NEWS ITEMS +t ++++++++ The Monroe Tire Shop has been closed for a few days, temporarily only, we hope. Your next car business can be transacted at the Stave Chevrolet Company. The Monroe Auto Top shop can do that new top job for you. Buy a Ford and bank the difference. Monroe Garage. The Tolero club will met at the home of Mrs. Victor Berglund, June 20th, at the Wagner lumber yard. You will like a Chevrolet coupe from the Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe. If you have trouble with your watch O. E. Williams will fix it. 19tf Always a good used car at the Stave Chevrolet Company. The Sunday school class of the M. E. church will give a lawn social at the E. T. Bascom home on Friday, evening, June 13. The public is cordially invited to attenl. Just count the Chevrohts! Stave Chevrolet Company. Easy to pay for a Chevrolet.1 Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. For economical transportation: Chevrolet. Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe: C. B. Hysom of the Stave Chev- rolet Company received a solid gold lapel button from the Stave Chevrolet factory for selling $100,000 worth of Chevrolets in 1923. Dr. Payne, the chiropractor, ob- serves' the same office hours although he is takifig post-graduate work some evenings each week in Seattle. The house that good s'ervice built. Stave Chevrolet Company. A Chevrolet pays its way.--Stave Chevrolet Company., Monroe. Don't forget the big baseball game Sunday, June 15th; Monroe vs the Modern Woodmen of Ever- ett. Game called at 2:30 p. m. Fill the grand stand next Sunday after- noon. Buy a Chevrolet--easy to pay.-- Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. Just compare Chevrolet -- wins every way. Stave Chavrolet Com- pany, Monroe. Day by day, save with a Chevro- let, Stave Chevrolet Company, Mon- roe. ]%Ionroe vs Modern Woodmen team of Everett Sunday, June 15th at the Monroe ball park. Game called at 2:30 p. m. Turn out big for this game, it will be a good one we are commissio-fid to say. Millions ride today in Chevrolet. Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. Pays its own way--what? Chevro- let. Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. Dr. Payne, the chiropractor, ob- serves the same office hours although he is taking post-graduate work some evenings each week in Seattle. ! The Monroe garage has delivered] seven new cars so far thfs month, t Mort Bentley, four door sedan, Nor- I man Larson, coupe; Dr. E. C. Miller, | coupe; T. J. Roth, coupe, J. E. Coug- lin, roadster; Dr. Babcock Hyster, Fordson. The:: new battery station is now ready i at the Stave Chevrolet Com- pany., i We have both new and'used Chev- rolets at !Stave Chevrolet Company. A happy day with Chevrolet; the Stave Chevrolet Company. Another mixup of automobiles with their loads of human freight hap- pened on the highway near the Flor- ence logging camp Sunday evening. James Allen of Sultan was one of these and B. Halliburton of Everett. SeveraI ladies in the cars .sustained quite Severe cuts and had to be brought to the Mohroe hospital for treatment. W repair that generator at Stave Chevrolet !Company. CheVrolet- lowest cost per day. Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe. t] Go eery day in a Chevrolet. Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe. Has i full equipment  Chevrolet. Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe. The nieeting of the Gand Masonic lodge 6f the State Of Washington is in session this week at Bellingham,: Representing 5fonroe at this con' clave is R. W. Seilis6n,as delegate. Other embers attending from Mbn- roe are'fiR. V. Greene and I. J. Oliver. The Eoern.Stdr !s also in session there with its grand lodge and Monl'- roe is represented by Mrs. W. E. SeN wood and P. H, Calligan. Keep cool today in a Chevrolet.- Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. The Swedish Ladies' Aid society will meet in the basement of the Swedish church Thursday, June 12, at 2- o'clock. Low price; lowest cots in Chevro- let. Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. J. L. George & Son open today their new store, next door to the place they have occupied for a long time. They have a very fine room to do business in, spacious and finely ac- commodating and henceforth they should be in much better position to cater to their continually increasing patronage. These gentlemen have done well their bit to embellish Main street. For your new Chevrolet call at Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe. Children's day exercises will be held at the Methodist church, Mon- roe, next Sundy evening, June 15, at 7:30 o'clock. A lawn festival will be held Friday evening, June 13th, at the home of Mrs. E. T. Bascom. The proceeds will be devoted to the building fund of the new M. E. church. Excels every way--that's a Chev- rolet. Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. The Monitor office is in reciept Of a letter from Mrs. B. Sykes, of Penny, Canada, in which she says that Mr. and Mrs. Laurance David- son and children, of Tennessee, ar- rived Tuesday to spend the summer with them. Everyone around Penny, Mrs. Sykes says, are fine, gardens and wild berries will produce fine crops and that Mr. Sykes is logging off his homestead this summer. You can easily pay for a Chevro- let. Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. Call and let us show you the new Chevrolet Car. Stave Chevrolet Co. The Thedinga Hardware have a very attractive window display of hardware. It is well worth your time to notice this attractive window. +++++++++++++* 4. WASHINGTON WIT * 4- .+ +++++++++++ A summer resort is a place where the mosquitoes go to work just af- ter the flies lay off for the day.- Endicott Index. Coolidge has been keeping too cool. Last week he caught cold.-- Anacortes Citizen. An exchange says that June is suicide month. Is that the modern version of June as the month of brides ?--Leavenworth Sun. In America culture consists large- ly in the ability to translate a bill of fare into terms of something to eat.--Longview News. Europe still seems to be in the frame of mind of the fellow who had both eyes blacked but still was I unconvinced. Wenatchee Sun. Things are sometimes misnamed. Animals have the foot and mouth disease and humans have the hay fever.--Anacortes Citizen. How does it come they call them booze-runners when they transact most of their business while standing still ?--Wenatchee Sun. The proper place for a vacation is off in the woods where people argue over what year it is.--Ellens- burg Evening Record. The skeleto%in the average closet is in the cellar.- Bremerton Daily Searchlight. EVolution of courtesy, 1913: "Can I be of service. 1924: Whaddye , 9,, mean by:blockin the road. --Col: fax Commoner. REALiZI STOCK When hit by a street car a Common mongrel becomes a thoroughbred in court, a 1914 flivver becomes a 1924 limousine---and in a recent suit brought against a Pennsylvania rail- road a cow almost became an ar- tesian well.  "How much milk did the, cow give?" the plaintiff was asked. "Eight quarts." . 9,, How much of this did you sell. "Twelve quarts." The jury capitalized the 'cow on  a twelve-quart a day basis. FAVORITE SAYINGS The flivver owner--Wouldn't that jar you ? The radio orator  I'll tell the world. The murderer--Well I'll be hanged. The judge--Fine. The flapper--N(/ one has anything on me. i. " :  The telephone girl--I've got your numben' '' The" Sausage maker--Dog gone, The fisherman--I'll drop a line. The author--I'll write. The seamstressDarn it. ' -Ameriean. Legion Weekly, It+++++++++++++* ..... 4.  'SOCIETY +:+++++++++++++++4. !:!Mrs. E. M. Stephens, Mrs. L E. Taylor, Mrs. W. H. Clark, Mrs. Ar- thur Bailey and Miss Bailey were guests from Monroe at a  luncheon party given by Mrs. J. C. Falconer of, Everett, Friday, to meet Mrs. Falconer's sister, Mrs. Bartholomew. Mesdames Terpening and Rhode entertained at the first of a series of card parties on Tuesday. The following is the guest list: Mesdames J. J. WedeI, W. R. Easton, J. W. Crow, C. A. McMickle, Jas. Hamil- ton, I. E. Taylor, Roger B. Payne, E. C. Newell, Roy Jellison, John Austin, W. A. Munro, J. J. Rear- don, John Robertson, C. L. Newcomb, W. S. Camp, E. Huff, 'Geo. Tagen, Jas. Hatch, Fred Thedinga, Tom Cromwell, F. K. Swan, L. D. Stepn- ens. Bridge was enjoyed for the afternoon, after which an elegant two course lunch was served. The hostesses were assisted in serving by Mesdames from Cromwell, W. A. Munro. Mrs. Crow scored high-- Mrs. Payne low. Mesdames W. S. Camp and C. L. Newcomb entertained at one o'clock luncheon on Monday, complimentary to Mrs. Masie Rich- ardson, who is leaving to make her home in Bothell--and Mrs. Barthol- omew of Rhode Island, who has been spending several months on the Sound visiting her siste, Mrs. John Falconer; and Miss Tabor. The fol- lowing ladies were the guests: Mes- dames John Falconer of Everett; V. Shrum, Arthur Barley, I. E. Taylor, J. M. Lewis, E. M. Stephens, Whit H. Clark, Miss Tabor and Miss Bailey, who is a summer visitor at the Ar- thur Bailey home; and the honor guests, Mrs. Bartholomew and Mrs. Richardson and the hostesses. The house decorations were pink and lavender, which was nicely carried out on the luncheon tables. An ele- gant three course luncheon was served. The monthly business and social meeting of the Methodist Ladies' Aid was held at the home of Mrs. How- ard Watkins Wednesday dfternoon. Following the business session a so- cial hour was had at which time delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Howard Wat- kins and Mrs. W. Nickel Those present were Mesdames E. D. White, Crankshaw, E. P. Shipp, Hannah White, Bascom, Holmquist, Moss- ford, Olive Sprau, Geo. Walters, R. Duncan, L. H. Young, C. B. Hysom, Pearson, Ed. White, Laura B. Rus- sell, Peterson, Shepard. Miss Phoebe Nickel; Mrs. Chas. Humphrey from Seattle. About 50 members of the Epworth League from Monroe were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Houk of Snohomish Tuesday evening, where they had a royal good time with amusements of various kinds, and a fine luncheon spread. About a dozen of the elder members of the church accompanied them, including Rev. and Mrs. E. D. White. Walla Walla -- Contract for Sud- bury road, known as highway No. 29, has been awarded for $76,156.34. Centralia -- New 3-sory brick business building nearing comple- tion. THE VASA CLUB The Vasas sewing club "Siljan," met at the home of Mrs.  Peterson of the Wagner mill district Wednes- day, June 4th, and with a very larg e crowd p'resent, which included '* the following visitors. Mrs. Danielson; Mrs. Mathay, Mrs. P. Johnson and Miss B. Olson. After the business of the afternoon a delicious lunch- eon was served by the hostess and a really good time enjoyed by all. The next meeting is going to be held in the city park, Monroe. No extras to pay when you buy a Chevrolet. Stave Chevrolet Com- pany, Monroe. Owner all say--nothing lie Chev- rolet. Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe.- ::. :@ ! Why walk today? Use Chevrolet.. Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe. NOTICE The Monroe Public library will be closed Thursday evening, Friday and Saturday, this week, on account of moving into new quarters. Please be governed accordingly. Mrs. Beckman, Librarian. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ALBRIGHT TRANSFER & FUEL CO Local and long distance hauling. Forest wood for sale. Special prices on five cord Iots. Let us bid on your hauling, tony time, day or nigh%. Phone 1501. 13Tl* FOR RENT--Two large rooms, apart- ments on lower floor. Inquire ment on lower floor. Inquire of Mrs. Ernest Austin, 215 Blakely street. 13T1" HOW'S THIS? IqALL',S CATARRH MEDICINI will do what we claim for it--rid your system of Catarrh or Deafness caused by Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH IEDICINE' con- sists of an Ointment which Quickly Relieves the catarrhal inflammation, and the Internal Medicine. a Tonic, which acts through the Blood on the Mueous Surfaces. thus assisting to restore nor- mal conditions. Sold by druggists for over 40 Years. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo! D. Ladies' Beauty Parlor On or about July 15, I will open a Ladies' Beauty Parlor in the room now occupied by Miss Jacob- son. This will be a three-chair parlor, and in charge of a lady operator direct from a city shop, and will give up - to - the - minute service in hair dressing, hair bobbing and marcell- ing, etc. GEORGE NELSON t Everything for Baby s Comfort andConvenience  :AT YOUR SERVICE . ! Co' Camp-Riley" ' Drug '! Father's D,zy June 15th Let us help you select an appropriate remembrance. J. E. WOOD (;O. MONROE :::: WASH. Attend Maine Picnic --AT-- Blackman's Lake Thursday, Jun,. 19t]a ALL DAY Picnic grounds on paved road near old Snohomish fair grounds Take Monroe-Everett or Snohomish-Everett Stages Leave Every Hour EVERYBODY WELCOME Invest Your Money Where You Can See It The average pern who inwta hi savings prefers to place them in some form of tangible visible property; some-. thing he can see, the growth of which he can watch, and in which he has the pride of ownership.. The money you invest in the securities of the Puget Sound Power & Light Com- pany all goes into this character of prop: erty. " It is used to construct new power plants, new transmission systems and new lines of poles and wires to reach new cus- tomers. The business of the company is carried on in your neighborhood. You ar one of its customers; using its electric ervice; riding upon its transportation systems. It is an investment you can watch and concerning which you can obtain full and complete information at any time. Compare the desirability of thls invest- ment in a prosperous home company with other securities in remote and distant places. We are offering you a good tuvettment |I8 very attractive return. Write e 'photo to any of our local offices or to 40' tr ' " ' Building, .Seattle, Wash, . NN4 8ou.d Power ......... , " : . l " r " , ; : _ " EVERETT: ': :' :  : ;it. " :: ........ ;