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g &apos; -N If The Steinway Piano IN CONCERT I].\\;LL all of the worhl's ,greatest pianists use the STEINX,VAY when at the hei!z'ht of their artistic careers. It is their first and only choice,  hen a free and unbiased choice has been made. a choice uninfluenced by mode'n ommlercial methgds lint prompted on- ly by a desire and a need for the best the worhl Can give them. We also have many other well known makes, including A. B. Chase, Everett Emerson, Packard, Conover. LudwiK, Kurtzman, Estey, Cable, Wellington, etc. We sell them as low as $265.00, 27,-;.00, $290.00, $300.00 and up to the incomparable Steinway at $575.00, 625.00 etc, Old pianos taken in exchante on new pianos and their full market value allowed. Iasy terms may be arrar,ed. Victor Talking Machines Piano Tuning Sherman Clay & Co. Corner Hewitt & Colby Everett, Wash. ........... 2 ............... ii m| i i Colnplete Stock of Wines, I.iquors and Cigars Years of experience and courteous treatment of . patro n s sd::::f:il.e " I:: 2 u l,: :,::: s2..........,..... ! Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city of our Excellent Meats I The C. F. Elwell 00'leat Market BOTH PHONE.5 Af,.0000d of G/00os00s Many people are afraid of ghosts. Few people are afraid of germs. Yet the ghost is a fancy and the germ is a fact. If the germ could be magnified to a size equal to its teri'ors it would appear more terrible than any fire-breathing dragon. Germs can't be avoided. They are in the air we breathe, the water we drink. The germ can only prosper when the eondition -= of the system gives it free scope to establish it- self and develop. When there is a deficiency of vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek, a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the sleep is broken, it is time to guard against the germ. You can tortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierre's Gold. ea Medical Discovery. It increases the vital power, eleanses the system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stem. I aeh and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed. "Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or habit-forming drugs. All its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper. It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine o gNOWN COrOSTIO and with a record of 40 years of cures. Accept no substitute--there is nothing " just as good." Ask your neighbors. All the NEWS in tile M ON ITOR-TRA N S C RIPT I  County Records. NEW SHORT STORIES ChatMtg--Ch;rles iichihira to -- the Monroe Nat l Bank live stock and Penny Saved Is Good Uoney. increase $587. Congressman William O. Barnard of t Decree of Appropriation--Chicago Newcastle and E. D. Crumpacker of lM & p S Ry Co vs Joseph J Bound Valparaiso are the only t lelmblican tract in sec 13-27-6. members of the house trom inumna. Naturally each receives a great many calls from indiana Republicans outside of their own districts, says the Washington Star. The other afternoon a messenger car- tied to Barnard's desk the card of a visitor from a town well down in the felt boot section of the literary state. It was one of those cards with the R E Con--Mrs Jennie M Sawyer to Mrs Emma Swanson lots 8 and 9 blk 37 Monroe L & I Co Plat of Monroe $1000. W DIJ W O'Neil et ux to Sarah PDaylot7and8blk 1 Farmers 1st Add to Monroe $400. ! MONROE GENERAL HOSPITAL [ C H SOLL, M D H. K STOCKWELL, M. D. i A |n()<lel'n imspital fl)r the treatment of medical i medic:d, surgical and obstetrical cases. For Rates Apply to Matron .  ....... uame written in imrple ink without Inking pen from pat)er by a colored ,lira the Pennmu seated at a little ta- ble on Maine street in front of an old fashioned courthouse. Each capital |ettcr bad a lot of scrollwork attached, and the whole name contained more I ,!, N 9 ,I '*I DIDN'T HAVE BUT A DOZET O "EM WROTE OFF." swanlike curves than one would find on tin Easter card or in the body of a high priced electric runabout. Barnard took the eard and went out to meet a visitor who wore a celluloid' collar, spring bottom trousers and car- ried. of course, the inevitable tooth- brush and yelh)w lead pencils in his UPlmr left haud vest pocket. They started to discuss political con- ditions in the visitor's locality, hut the latter seemed to have something else preying on his mind more than poll ties Final v he unburdened h mself. "'That card," he began--"would you just as soon let me have it back? 1 didn't have but a dozes of 'era wrote off, aud--er, the fellow charged me purly nigh a cent apiece for the blamed things!" I Four Horrible Examples. Jerome S. MeWade. condemning the evils of intoxication, said in the course of a temperance address in Duluth: "Colonel Ingersoll as an example of a drnnken man used to quote the case of him who lay on his back in a field and felt up in the air for the grass. "You know. of course, the British definition of Intoxication: "Not drunk is he who from the floor Can rise again and still drink more. But he Is drunk who prostrate lies, Without the power to drink or rise. "The Canadian idea of a thorough. ly drunken person is one who tries to smell the flowers tn the carpet. "'Another example of total drunken- ness came to my attention recently. "'Three New York men after a pro- tracted evening at the club took a taxi- cab and drove to the residence of Smith. one of their number. "'They rang the bell. ai]d when Mrs. Smith put her head out of the window they said In a thick chorus: 'Will Mrs. Smith--hie--please come down and--hie--pick out her hus- bandT " Littlefield'a Happy Hit. Former Representative Littlefleld of Maine, who is now practicing law in New York city, is very proud of the high praise he received when as quite a young man be passed his bar exi- amlnatlon. One of the examiners was an old judge whom Littlefield held in great estcem and not a little awe. One of the questions asked involved an intri- cate point of law upon which the judge lind once written a treatise and whh.h young I.ittlefleld had learned almost by heart. When he ('ame to answer the questhm be qnoled, as nearly as he could remember, the [ud'e's exact words. Never a blush o'erspread the brow of the future statesman when the old I Judge called him up before lhe class 'of candidates. "'Young man." he said. "I want publicly to congratulate you upon the way in whh.h you have au- werad this question, i am amazed that so young a man sbonld have so profound a knowledge of the htw. 't Better Than a Drug. "'The late Senator Platt'" said an Al- bany legislator "had a eyfll, al wit. Talking about a: politician who bad vhanged his partY he once said to me: " "Circunqtanees alter everything-- political views, rellgiun, even health. ""Why. I've got a friend who Is af- flleted with insomnia in its worst form. and yet every morning that man sleeps as sweet and sound as a newborn babe when his wife crawls over him to start the fire.'" Q C D--Lee P err et ux to County of Snohomish tract in see 2-27-6 *i Chat Mtg--F A Gerber et ux to The Monroe Nat'l Bank Live Stoc! $900. Chat Mtg--Frank lJlrich to The Monroe Nat!l Bank live stock $321. Q C E--Chicago M & P S Ry Co to August Holmquist tract in lots 1 and 2 Thompson's add to Monroe also tracts in sec 6-27-7 $1 Real Estate Contract -- August Johhson to Carl Jacobsen lots 5 6 blk 2 Wagner's 1st Add to Monroe $400 Real Estate ContractCarl Jacob- son to W E Pratt lots 5 and 6 blk2 Wagner's 1st Add to Monroe $525. W D-FredGardell etux to John A Vanasdlen et ux tract in blk 12 Tye City plat Monroe $20. Sat of Mtg/Nellie F Bissell to Mames M Sherman lot 44 blk 2 Mor- ris Johnson's 1st Add to Monroe $250 Mtg--James M Sherman to Cleon I I B Roe lot 14 blk 2 Morris Johnson's I 1st Add to Monroe $700. Partial Release of Mtg--Lewis L Stephens to Peter V Cerini se sec 35-27-6. W D--R L Kelley et ux to Chicago M&PSRyCo tract in sec 2427-6 $I0. Paatial Release of Mtg--J E Stay- the toRLKelleyetux tract in nw se sec 24-27-6. WD--J W Near et ux to Chicago M & P S Ry Co tract in Tye City $10 WD--EARobertset al to H L Oldfield lots 10 11 blk 4 Roberts Bros 1st Add to Monroe $250. W D--Chas A Faussett et ux to Fred Gardell et al tract in sec 1-27-6 $250. Sat of Mtg--Otto Bogart et al to Monroe Creamery Co lot 6 Andrew Thompson Ad A to Monro_____ee $900. For a splendid line of leather / tea diners go to. the Monroe/ Furniture Co. The Kodak way mkes picture mking a pleasure and can be done'eusily at home. Trade sup plied by Camp Bros. Drug Co. The Homeseeker Doesn't have to go far to get a nice heine all ready to step into--in Monroe. We have 8 or 10 BUNGALOWS completed and nearing completion that are forsale on easy terms. Modern home-like cottages well built and neatly appointed, and just what will suit you for a comfortable home. The prices are reasonable, for good close-in property and tile terms easy. For a Home or Investment You should consult us before buying in order to get the best the market affords. What you want in residence or business property we can shoW you. We are here ready to serve. DONOVAN & PATTISON f ! TENTS ' HAMMOCKS ICE CREAM FREEZERS GARD EN HOSE Thedin[a Hardware Co, Inc Everything in Hrdware WARM WEATHER PRICES Clearance of Girls' White Dresses Only a few left in sizes from 6 to 14 years. They are worth $1.25, $1.50 amt $2.50. To close out at once they go at one price ............. 69e Shirt Waist Special A goodly assortment of Lawn Waists from $1.25 to $1.75. To close the season ............ $1.00 ii Straw Hats Cheaper A few GMs' Straw Hats that are worth 35c. While they last ............................. 20c Girls' Parasols Just a few Parasols for the little girls. They were selling at 40c, and to finish the lot they go at 29c 8c Wash Goods The balance of our stock of 10c, 12 1-2c and 15c Wash Goods are all in one lot at one price, per yard ................................... 8e Kimonos at a Low Price Dressing Sacques of Japanese Crepe, Lawn and Swisses, valued at 60c and 65c. One price, each ............................... 45 Long Kimonos of Crepe and Swiss, worth $1.25, now only ............................. 89 Boys' Wash Waists and Suits Don't spend your time sewing for the boys. Good Gingham and Percale Waists from 3 yrs. to 10 yrs. for only .......... . ................. 5De Buster Brown and Blouse Suits in Ginghams and White Duck at .............. $1.50 and $1.00 Pictorial Review Patterns Mc.GOWAN'S The Ladies' Store Pictorial Review Patterns