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:Page Six Price Talks ON-- Mason ]'ire ;, 30x3 C1. Mason Non-Skid lfaxi-mile Cord ............ $11.15 30x31/s ss. Heavy Duty Mason Non-skid Maxi-mile ...... 12.35 30x31/e C1. Heavy Duty Oversize Cord ................ $13.95 30x3 ss. Heavy-Duty Oversize Cord .............. $15.05 32x31/ ss. Heavy-Duty Oversize Cord .............. $19.95 31x4 ss Heavy-Duty Oversize Cord .............. $21.85 32x4 ss Heavy-Duty Ove'mze Cord .............. $22.35 33x4 ss HearT-Duty Overmze Cord .............. $23.00 34:4 ss Heavy-Dtuy Oversize Cord ......... : .... $23.65 32x41Se ss Heavy-Duty Overmze Cord .............. $29.55 33x41/s ss Heavy-Duty Overmze Cord .............. $30.25 34x41 ss Heavy-Duty 'Oversize Cord .............. $31.15 35x4 ss Heavy-Duty Overmze Cord .............. $31.85 36x41/2 ss Heavy-Duty :Overmze Cord .............. $32.65 33x5 ss Oversize 35x5 ss Overmze 37x5 ss 'Oversize 30x3 $8.oo Heavy-Duty Cord .............. $38.55 Heavy-Duty Cord .............. $39.95 Heavy-Duty Cord .............. $41.95 Maxi-Fabrics 3x3 FOR FORDS .. $9.95 W. W. Cool: Motor Co. Monroe Phone 1611 --because the duck's feathers are very close, and at their base are little II glands which waterproof each feather u with oil. Thousands use. [I Mineral Oil Russian Type as a gentle intenaI lubricant to throw off the dangers that lie in constipation. Puretest Mineral Oil is odorless colorless, tasteless. By softening the bowel contents, it facilitates the thor- ough removal of food waste. Especi- ally good for.all who lead a sedentary life. One of the 200 Puretest prepara- :tlons for health and hygiene. Every item the best that skill and care can produce. CAMP-RILEY DRUG CO. qilw00 ! 00'*laA h00.r- ] $gVg g&TOR mae Goodrich S'OltD ]:II$ Hagedorn Motor Co. ! POD" "PEAS IN A Kahn Made to Measure Clothes and the finest cre- ations of highly exclusive tailors are as like as two peas In a pod like two copies of this newspaper-- but there is a vast difference in price --in your favor. THE MONROE MONITOR  Monroe Washington BRIEF NEWS ITEMS EVOTIONS Principal Events of the Week Assembled for Information of Our Readers. Robert J. Robertson was confirmed by the senate as postmaster at White talmon. Ernest Durrwachter of Cle Elum was elected captain of the 1925 track team of Washington state college. August Maugg of Walla Walla is ser- iously ill as the result of being bitten by a spider while in the mountains. Everett's new automobile tourist camp has been opened to travelers, and offers every convenience to visi- tors. Fire of unknown origin caused dam- age estimated at $60,000 to the plant of the McKee Printing company of Spokane. The 1925 convention of the National Foreign Trade group will be in Seattle, it was decided at the convention held in Boston. Washington state ranks 18th in the Union in wealth, according to the United States bureau of census fig- lures, with an estimated wealth of $5,- I 122,405,000. With only 20 fatal accidents in in- i dustry reported to the state depart- d i ment of labor an industries for May , the lowest record for many months was attained. Police records show a total of 1100 auto accidents in Walla Walla in the last four years. , It is estimated that about one-quarter of the accidents are not reported. Dairymen of the Enumclaw district have Just completed the organization of a new' cow-testing association. There are a total of 108 members who own 1385 cow. Two men lost their lives in a fire in mine No. 8 of the Northwest Im- provement company at Roslyu. The fire did no serious damage to the mine it was reported. While walking into Everett along the Great Northern tracks west of that city, Louis J. Johnson, 48, resident of Baring, was struck and killed by a passenger train. Seattle is to have a woman as mayor on occasions of Mayor Brown's absence from the city,, Mrs. Bertha Landis having been elected president of the city council. I The plant of the Hauser Lake Lum- ber company on Hauser lake, east of Spokane in Idaho was destroyed by fire. It had a daily capacity of 35,- ,000 feet of lumber. I Ore that contains $1000 in gold to !the ton has been struck in the Eagle mine, according to a report from Che- : saw. A truckload leaves Chesaw every ;day for the smelter. Washington state college won the northwest conference baseball cham- pionship when the Cougar team won from the University of Idaho at 9 to 18 in an ll-lnning game. Several automobiles were sacrificed Monroe  Wash. GEe.  r,rtT at Spokane by the Great Northern railway in a demonstration of what " occurs in collisions between automo-  biles and railroad trains. Ray O'Brien, former president of the Northwest Finance company, now in bankruptcy, was found guilty at Ya- kima on a charge of falsifying the financial reports of the company. A jury in superior court at Colfax returned a verdict of guilty against Arthur D. Howard, charged with grand larceny in connection with sale of C id i  stock of the Apex Petroleum company. ons er n Thomas Dungan, E. D. Holbrook and Andrew Carlsen, members of the Kelso ve rything port commission, were charged with ---- malfeasance and misfeasance in a peti- tion for recall filed with the county The price is only one of the auditor. Friday, June 13, 1924 I Im things that determine whether or not a battery is a bargain. How long will it last--how few will be the repairs? These are important. Exides earned their reputa- tion by staying on the job in the car, not in the repair shop. There is an Exide made for your car and it costs no more than others. Stave Chevrolet Co. White pine forests of eastern Wash: ington are growing in demand with the slump of the lumber market in i westeru Washington, according to Clark V. Savidge, commissioner of pub- lic lands. A. H. Johnson, County assessor has found four full-grown si!ver foxes and nine young ones in Walla Walla coun- ty. They are being assessed at the rate of $500 each for the old ones and ;200 for the young ones. Following a five-weeks shutdown due to the unfavorable lumber market condition, the DuBois Lumber com- pany of Vancouver, has resumed oper- ation and will continue to run as long as the" lumber market will permit. Construction of a $75,000 plant for the manufacture of fuel from coal slack and sawdust has been started by the People's Fuel company on a ,_--00 H.E. BERRY six-acre site near the Bellingham coal 97 JP$ mine. The plant will have a daily ca- L [!  Battery Department pacity of I00 tons. We handle only genuine J.D. Hanley, who has the contract Exide Parts for Kelso's $25,000 water filtration ,: plant, will have the plant completed ready for Intallatlon of pumps and other equipment by July 1, and it will Us O0 Your Printing be in operatioz some time In Jy, gtv-. Kelso the purest water. In St. Mary's Church, Monroe, Begin at 11 O'clock Sunday, June 15th, and Continue Until Wednesday Morning. At the 11 o'clock mass in St. lary's Catholic church, Monroe, Sunday, June 15th, will begin a special de- votional service of the Forty Hours. which will continue Monday and Tuesday, morning and evening ser- vices and will close Wednesday morn- ing. The mass Sunday will be read by Rev. Father Flajole of Bay City, Michigan, who is summering on the Pacific coast. On Monday evening Rev. Father O'Donnell of Everett will preach and on Tuesday Rev. A. S. Fischer of Everett will deliver the closing sermon. The morning masses will be at 8 o'clock, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with communion service at 6 and 7 o'clock each of these mornings. The pastor, Rev. Robt. Dillon desires a big turnout of the members of St. Mary's parish and as many as can avail themselves of this rather rare opportunity for religious devotion, from the various missions kindred to Monroe. Sever- al of the priests of Snohomish coun- ty will attend at the Tuesday even- ing services. Double your happiness economic- ally. Buy a Chevrolet from the Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe. Tb.e eyes of the world are on Chevrolet. See us at Stave Chevrolet Company. Let us have your old battery. It will help buy your new one. The Stave Chevrolet Company. Red Star Oil A Souvenir For you at the Grand Opening of our New Store Saturday, June 14 We invite an inspection of our new business home. Everything in Groceries. Central Cash Grocery J. L. GEORGE & SON Monroe 20 Per .Cent Discount Sale FOR THREE DAYS ONLY June 12, 13 and 14 We will give a straight 20 per cent discount throughout the store. This will give you an opportunity to purchase at a very low price those articles in H'ome Furnishings and Household Necessities, which you ha-e wished for so long. Dinnerware Glassware Pottery Aluminum Ware Kitchen Utensils Draperies Ready-made Curtains Blankets Pillows Reed Baby Carriages Folding Go-Carts Children's Chairs and Rocker Reading Lamps Pedestals Mirrors Ranges Heaters Bedroom Furniture Living Room Furniture Diningroom Furniture Kitchen Furniture Bed Springs Simmons Beds Mattresses Rugs Linoleums REMEMBER--Three Days Only, June 12, 13 and 14 Many of the articles on sale will make pleasing wedding gifts. NOTHING Charged, every sale final. No exchanges. No returns. No C. O. D. orders. Deliveries made as quickly as possible, but no certain time promised. Stove No Wicks. No Wick Dress Well! Substitutes. ............ Cooks as Fast asGas. 7u::; :a002: ;ou ?a:: Over 125 in oo well and fit just as well the second year of wear as the first let me make it for you. Use in Monroe. Make Your Summer Cooking Easy by Using a Red Star. E, E, Johnston "The Winchester Store" Monroe, Wash. You will find in all my suits the very best of ma- terial and workmanship that is possible to put into i a suit of clothes. Come in and let me show you these wonderful suit ,values. JOHN HAMBERG The Tailor Monroe Washington