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Monroe /14niter-Transcript REPUBLICAN IN IOLITICS 'IJBLtShD EVERY FRIDAY AT MONROE, WASHINGTON H. D. MATTHEWS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Entered at the Postoffice at Monroe, Washington, as second class matter Subscription Price in Snohomish County .......................... $1.00 a Year '. " Outside of the " ....................... $1.50 a Year DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION [:als, per line per issue, 5c minimum charge ........................... 25c Cards of thanks, up ten lines .............................................. 50c Obituaries and resolutions of condolence, per line ....................... 5c NOTICE to ADVERTISERS All changes of copy for advertising Ihould be in this office not later than Wednusday afternoon of each week to receive proper attention. Must Have New Name It will be a matter of consider- able disappointment to residents up the valley to know that the pro- moters of the new town have fi)und that they cannot confer upon it the name of Ch rry Valley. The 1 os office department is now entirely against perlnitting the use an.v more of divided names or of naule. descriptive of local conditions that are equally applicable in various other locations. Especially does the department object to allowing the use of the naule cf "Cherry" in any combination on account (:t the fact that there are now in the postal directory 40 such post,)ftices, seven of which, throughout the country already, are Cherry Val- ley, and in this particuhtr case there is already a Cherry Valle) postofficq on the Milwaukee line il, Illinois where the mine disaster oct u red. As a matter of fact, the name Cherry Valley will always apply to the hole valley region. A real estate exper in one of the recent e,,ndemnation suits testified thai he knew the value of Dottoui land in Cherry Valley and on being pin- ned down as to the exact location of the land he knew .bout stated that it was east of Tolt! 'lha, would make a posto,qice at the new town supply a large area. The name of the new town must be. satisfitctory to the postoflice de- partment as it means the cdablish- m at of a postoffice, and canfu' endeavor has been made to see if the name of Cherry Valley would be satisfactory. It is now settled definitely that sonic other nanle must be given to the new town. Save Exhibits This is going to he a banner year in the production of all kinds of farms and the rauchers and veget- able and fruit growers of this vie, n- ity should be thinking of picking out some good exhibits for the G N. display and county fair and other exhibits. There will be plen- ty of calls for the same later in the ;ear and if you want to help adver- tise the community you can not do it better than to right now pl:m to save some of the choicest specimens on your place and take care of them for display. Humphreys for Congress Hell. W. E. Humphreys is back on the coast again and will un- doubtedly be a candidate to mic- ceed himself in the House of Rep- resentatives. There was talk of a Huinphreys boom for the Senate early in the year but it died out md there is little question but that he will be returned to succeed hitnselfon the old job. As Congressmen from this dis trier he has proved himself an able i representative and with the experi- ience he has already gained he can be still more useful iu succeeding years. Mr. John L. Wilson desires to spend some more time iu this vi- cinitya't get better acquainted with the residents of Monroe and the surrounding country  so he plans to return here early in Au- gust, after the state convention when he will speak in Monroe and take a trlp up through Cimrry Val- ley. The issues presented by Sen. w'i!s)n are of the livest interest to the residents of this section of the .tate and he will be heard with in- terest. Seq. Sam Piles nlUSt feel pretty small going out campaigning for a man who wouhl succeed him and who is possibly not so well fitted for the job. Hufford's icecream parlor wil be open for business on Sunday The room has been remodeled and refitted and you will find it a :nest comfortable place to visit. Patronize Our Advertiser The Kodak Season Is Here; Buy NOW and be prepared for your VACATION. PRICES FROM $1.00 UP Camp Bros. Drug Co. The Graduate Prescritpion Druggists OPERA HOUSE lhursday, July 28 "They've Made the Whole World Laugh" THE OLDEST AND BEST Notable Tour of Richards & Pringles FAMOUS GEORGIA MINSTRELS Thousands of dollars invested in its equipment. A veritable dream of the Arabian Nights. Everybody goes to the Minstrels, they can't help it. Illf hR[ CATCIIINfil BIG STREET PARADE AT NOON CHERRY VALLEY The hay crop throughout is very promising. The Tim- othy lmy cutting is well under way. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Getty re turnad home Saturday after at,- tending the Pomona Grange at Enumclaw. they report a good meeting was held and great in- terest taken in the many prob lems of interest to the farmers. Mrs. Robert Main came home Monday after a two weeks vaca- tion, visiting in Seattle and Sea- beck with her sisters. Many improve.meats have been made in our thriving little towr. A new porch has ben added to the Restaurant, signs put onto each store, streets graded, may they still improre. Mr. Cook, of Seattle. was a caller again this week putting in more gasoline lights and selling gasoline stoves. Mrs. Mires, of Snohomish, was a visitor in the Valley this week. Mr. Bovd was a Seattle visitor last week. Rev. Landl)n conducted quar- terly meetin at the M. E church Friday last. Mary Leake returned home Sunday after a week's visit m Tacoma, Houghton and Fall City. Barbar.L Baker i slaying with her aunt, Mrs. Waltr Taylor, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Beaushaw. of Snohomish, haven taker charge of the condenser ranch. Miss Ethel Sayers. of Iowa, is visiting relatives of Monroe and the Valley this week. Mr. Lobdell, of Monroe. was lookin after the milk again this week throughout he Valley. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kayll, July 20. a daughter. The baby died at bit'th. Rev. Rule is vi,'itinz old friends throughout the Valley this week, Got It Mixsd. An amusing blunder wag made lu the case of a Judicial declaration that certain resident magistrates "'could no more state a case than they could write a Greek ode." This was made to read that the mag- Istrates 'could no more state a case than they could ride a Greek goaL"-- London Scraps. Anything but That. 'You're a liar and a thief and a 'ou ndrel '.'" "Anything else?' "'i can't blnk of anything else right SOW.  "Thanks. I was afraid you were go- lng to say 1 was stupld."--Blrmlngham Age-Herald. His Temper. "My dear," said a lady to her hus- band. "'there must be a lot of iron In your system." "Why do you think so?" "'Because you invariably lose yoQIr temper when you get hot/" --'--- 1 WHERE I FOUND_ H?R By WILLIAM R. Copyright. 1910. by American Press Association What tragedies, what joys, are con- stantly being enacted in a great city! And the ups and downs there are! Walk along an important thoroughfare and suddenly you come upon a wed- ding party Just entering or just coming out of a church. Proceed a little far- ther and you see a crowd gathered about an auto. A child has been run over and killed. Still farther you meet a starving mother with a sickly babe in her arms. A nurse trundling a child dressed in embroidered and lace gar- ments turns the perambulator for fear her charge will be contaminated. One bright moonlight night 1 was walking over a bridge. The scene was pleasing, and I paused and leaned over the rail to enjoy it. "'How fine It is,' I remarked to myself. "'to live tn a city'. By day there Is the excitement of people and vehicles passing and re- passing, the hum of business and pleas- ure; by night myriads of lights, with occasionally the one great night lamp of heaven to illumine the whole." Suddenly to my left down on the water 1 heard a splash. A moment later a human figure came to the sur- face and went down again. A boat shot under an arch. and a man in it dived and brought up a woman, and the two were hauled into the boat. A po- lit.eman ordered the boatman to pull ashore. While they were doing so l went to where he was standing. "'What were you doing?" asked tim policeman of the girl, who by this time showed signs of life. "l wanted to die. Why didn't you let me alone?" "What's the matter?" "No home, nothing to do to earn a living, tired and heartsick." 'Well, you'll have to come along with me to answer to a charge of sui- cide." "'Policeman." I said, "will you let me provide a carriage?" "1 can call the patrol wagon." An empty carriage was passing. 1 hailed It. and the polieeman, the girl and I got In and were driven to tile police station. I must pause here in my story to tell what 1 afterward learned of the girl's history. . Some twenty years before one passing up one of the fashionable streets of the city on a certain day and hem" would have seen a party emerg- ing from a church. A young bride and groom were starting in life With every prospect of happiness. The groom's father was head of a large business. and the son had been made a junior partner on the day of his marriage A little girl was born to the couple. and she was taken to church bundled in embroidered and lace garments, like the child in the perambulator l have referred to, that she might be baptized. Then In a handsome stone residence there was a christening feast, with a millionaire for godfather. That was the year before the great panic of "73. when one morning it was annoum'ad that a great business house had failed and down went the other concerns like card houses. The father and son of this story fell with the rest. the father dying of disappointment and wounded pride. The clothing of the baby girl from that moment began to grow plain, then dingy. Her father died, and her mother lived in want. The child grew to womanhood with no remembrance of her baby clothes. When her sun arose the sun of her family set. Then her mother died. The girl went from place to place begging for a situation, but nobody wanted her. Then one night she stood on the bridge, The waters below said. 'Come. l will give you rest." The morning after the attempted suicide I went to the courtroom where the good and the bad, the unfortune and the unregenerate, were brought up before a magistrate. In her turn the girl was led In and placed in the dock. She had no defense. She simply said that she had got discouraged, and, passing over the bridge on her way to her dingy room which she had been notified she must leave on the morrow. she had looked out on the brilliant scene, then down on the water, and she could not resist the call to oblivion The downward slide in life. though it had marred, had not destroyed her comeliness. There was evidence of an inherited refinement both in person and bearing. Suddenly a member of the police court arose and said that there was a young man present who would marry the girl if she were wll!Jng. He was prodm'ed. 'l'he girl looked at him, then languidly gave her consent. What could she do? "'Judge.'* 1 said, rising. "'if you will send lhe girl to some home where she will be protected l will interest myself in her." Tile Judge asked the girl which plan lhe would prefer, and she chse my I plan. She was sent to a home for In digent girls, and soon afterward ! called upon the matron and got her charge's story as I have given it here. I looked up a few of those who had known her parents, but found there was no one to take an interest In her Some were dead. same were very poor. and the children of those who had kept in touch with the upper stratum had no use for the children of those who had gone down. What was to be done for her I must do myself. I followed the example of the young man who had offered to marry her. I could do noth- Ing for her In any other way. Stle consented, not languidly, as she had done with the other, but Itladly. 00Everett Tent & . Awning COs C. A. COLE, Proprietor Manufitcturers of "lellts and Awliings. Horse and Wagon Covers. Fhtgs of All Kinds. Canvas Goods of Every Description. Dnck of All Widths and Weights. : 1501 Hewitt Ave., Everett, Wash. $ t Col'. Hoyt. opposite P.O. $ t Pil(,ne 8103. Res 8131. B. B. filtlSWOLD Successor to J. II. II01=I:[I: 6eneral Line of New & Second-hand 6oods A nice line bf new rugs just coming in. Also new and second- hand furniture, store and ranges. Xou can find just what you are looking for. JUST RECEIVED a new line of very h:,ndsome decorated China. Just right for the holiday table. Call and see us. We aim to please oar patrons in every way. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE A rebuilt high-grade cur is a much better buy than a new cheap ear selling at the same price ,'e are selling oat our second-hand automobiles at rock bottom prices. High grade cars overhauled and guaranteed tn perfect mechanical condition at half the original selling price. Roadsters, Runabouts, light 5 and 7-passenger Tollr- ing Cars. All different mkes. Write for complete descriptions. Cars from $400 to $20. Mention the make you favor. I COME TO SEATTLE We pay railroad fre both ways to any- one buying a second-hand car from our salesfioor. TIlE WINTON MOTOR CARRIAGE CO., tO00 Pike/Seattle. Dr. C. H. Soll PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office and residence DOLLOFF BLDG. Monroe. Wash. E. W. Cox, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office in residence on Lewis street, opposite Monroe Livery Barn. Monroe, Wash. Dr. :R. S. Stryker DENTIST Oli(,e: DOLLOFF ]]UILDING Mom.oe Wash ington E. T. Bascora ATTORNEY AT LAW Bascom-Itallan Building Monroe. Wash. @. F. Cook Attorney at Law Real Estate and Insurance In Ferguson Building. MONROE. WASH. M. J. McGuinness ATTORNEY AT LAW Office, One Door East Penobscot Hotel SNOHOMISH, ASH. E. P. Walker A'FTORN E Y-A T-L . W Insurance and Real Estate OPPOSITE MONROE NAT'L BANK MONROE, WASH. H. Mumm, Jr., Pres. F. Friday, Vice-Pres. O.h. Fralley, See'y-Treas. COAST ENGINEERING CO. General EngiIleerin and Contracting ,urveying, ]qstimating, Superintending Maps, Plans, Specilicatiuns and Blue Prinling Both Phones 791 28]0 Colby Ave. Everett (Paid Advertisement) I desire to announce my candidacy for re-notnination t.o the office of Coun- ty Treasurer of Snohomish county sub- jeer to the will of the voters at the Re publican primary to be held September 13, 1910. C.L. LAWRY. (Paid Advertisement. ) I hereby announce my candidacy for re-nomination as County Assessor sub- F. J. BARTELS UN1)ERTAKER and EMBALMER (LICENSE NO. 76) Res. Sunset 404 Office 64 E. E. Purdy Funeral Directors, Undertakers and Embalmers "'Prompt attention anti perfect service Snohomish, Washington jeer o the Republican primary election J" ,t. VANASDLEN, ,Monroe Represent're on Sept. 13, 1910. WM. WHiTFIELD. (Paid Advertisement. ) For Clerk. Iherebyannouneemy candidacy for the office of Clerk of Snohoinish county subject to the will of the R-publican primary W.r. MARTIN. Summons for Publication. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF' TIlE STATE OF WANIJINGTON. IN AND I,'Ot TtIE COUNTY OF" NNOHOMISII. John Graves, Mrs. Emma- Mae Williams Jess Williams, her husband. James H. Graves Rosalie Graves and E. T. Beseem, Plaintiffs vs. Giles L. Wellington. Margaret A. Welling- ton. his wife, Herman Mlenberg and William M. Fleming, co-parlners, constituting a part- nership under the firm name of Allenberg & Fleming. Phnip George. Viliza F'errell, S.B. Moore, G. W. Cline and H. Wood. Defendants. STATE OF" WASHINGTON, to the said Herman Allenberg and William Fleming. eo- mrtners eozlstltuting a partnership under the firm name ()f Allenberg & F'leming and H Wood, the above nazned defendants. You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this .unlmons, to-wit. within sixty 160) days after the 8th day of July, A. D 1910 and defend the above entitl, d set,on in the above entitled court and answ r the com- plaint of the plaintiffs and s, rve a copy of your answer upon the undermgned attoroey for plaintiffs at his olic,- below stated and in ease of ynur failure so to do jmlgnlent will be d r:d against you according to the demands the complaint which has been filed with Clerk of said Court. The object of this action is to remove cloud: from and quiet the ii!lv of tile following de- cr bed premises, situated in Snohomish County, Washington, to-wit: B, ginning at the interseetion of the west bank of the Sultan River wiih the south side of the right-of way of the Great Northern Rail- way; thence rulllling westerly along the south side Of said right-of-way s,wen hunderd and thirty (730) feet: thence south easterly at right ;ngl(!s with said (reat Northern right-of w y three hundred (300)feet: thence easterly seven hm,dred and thirty (7301 f:et, more or less to bank of Sui[all R.ver: thence northerly along said bank three hondred i300)feet to point ot beginning, all in the northeast quarter Qd.) of section six (61, township twenty-seven (27). Range eight (8), containing five 15) seres nlore or less. E. T. BASCOM. Attorney for Plaintiffs Office and posiofflce address, Monroe. Snohom- ish county Washington. No. Notice to Creditors IN THE NUPIqUI()R COURT Oli'TnE STATE OP WASItINGTON, in and foe the county of Snoimm!sh. Ill th M:tlt,'r of tho Estate of t. ss. Stephen E. Tdlinan, Deeeased. Nolite is hereby given by the undersigned AdministratriX of the Estat of Stel)h( n E Tallmun, deceased, to the creditors of and all p.rsons having claims against the said de 'eeased. to exhibit them, with lhe necessary vouchers, within one year after the first pub]i cation of thin notice, to-wit: within one year after the Ist day of July, 1910. to the said Ad- ministrutrix a, her residence in Molroe. Wash., or at the law oce of E. P. Walker, the attor- ney for said.Administrutrix, on Ma:n street. opposite Morn'or Nat. Bmk, ill Monroe, Wash, the same being the phce for the transaction of the business of said Estate. AMANDA TA LLMAN, Adminislr.triX. Dated June L)8{h. 1910. Date of iirsi pubhction July 1st, 1910. 1 IPm POLK 8 GAZETTEER ll [] A Business Directory of each City, [] Town and Village ia Oregon and [] Washington, giving a Descriptive [] Sketch of each place, Location, [] Shipping Faelllties and a Classt- fled Directory of each usiness [] and Profession. 1 1 R. L. POLK & CO., The. 1 I Seattle. Wash. 1 I Castle Hall Monroe Lodge No. 138 K, 0[ P. Meets every Tuesday evening n Pythian Hall. All visiting Knights cordially invite0 to attend. R.E. MCKINN1E, C. C. R. H. STAPLETON, K. of R. & S. Monroe Lodge 160 A. F. and A./)1. Meets the First and Third Wednesdays I. J. OLIVER, W. M. L. M. SANDERS, ,ec'y Musical Instruments Complete New Stock of VIOLINS, MANDOIANS, GUITARS, ACCORDEONS These instruments are all good makes and will save you the troub- le of going out of town to buy. Come and try them. S, POWN[LL Monroe Transfer Co E. F. JOtlNSTON, Prop. Transferrin00 Movin00 and Expressin00 Ready at all Times Orders may be left at W.A. Patterson s store. For Sale by T. W .STRANGER