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r * Deodo for summer sweat. Try A, D. S. Kidney pills for a ....... Town and Country News I H.H. Weller, Clothing, Shoes. I Bascom & Austin sells land. Bring your watch repair work to us. We do it right. Ritchie's. Your home bank, the Monroe National. See Bascom & Austin for the best fire insurance. Golden Seal Tablets for a bad stomach. Buy a Kodak and get t has3 taking waBs," A full line at] Camp Bros. Drug Co, t i Richards& Pringle's Famous/ Georgia Minstrels at the Opera House Thursday, July 28. George Bakeman. of the Ea.gle Cafe, has installed electric fans in both dining room attd kitchen. Order the Post Intelligencer through thin office and get it and the Monitor Transcript one ve;r for $6.00 Just received a fine new line of beautiful patlerns in dressers and chiffoniers. Monroe Fur- niture Co. The Scandinavian Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Aug. Berg lund, at Slocker's mill, July 28 All welcome. Watch for the Cafeteriau soa- ial and lawn Darty at the home of Mrs Tiles, Spaulding next Tues day evening. Episcopal Guild. The finance committee of the Fourth of July celebration will publish a complete statement of its cash account, both as to re eeipts and disbursements, next week, The total vote cast at the re cent option election was 2.254. the drvs castino 1,589 and the wets 665. Tualco precinct was one of four that did not cast a single wet vote. A gra"d ball will be held at the opera house Saturday night with L E. May m. Carl Swanson and John Thomas as floor managers. Creese's orchestra will furnish the musm. A good time is prom i ed. Rev. Father Van de Walle an- nounced at the services held here last Sunday that he had received telegram the day before an- nouncing the death of his mother in Belgium. The sympathy of his parishoners here is extended fully The sad death, as a result of diphberia, occurred Thursday morning of young RollieWirlz. the nephew of Mrs. L. L. Steph- ens. Tile boy was a bright lad of about 13 years of age, but he had never been consl, itutionally strong and could not withstaad the ravages o the dread disease. His mother died a few months ao, and he attd his b,:other have been cared for by Mr. and Mrs Stephens. When the baby is suffering th+ louble affliction of hal. weather and bowel disorders, the remedy zteeded is McGee's Baby Elixir. :It reduces the feverish condition. corrects the stomach and checks looseness of the boweN. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by W. E. Mansfield. W, E. Mansfield. Wanted--Four or five good, strong girls at the condenser. Mrs. Christian, practical ma- turity nursing, Sunset phone 278. Place your order for any print- ing needed soon with this office nOW. Ray. Simonson, of Everett, will preach in tile Swedish church this evening at 8 o'clock. See us for optical goods and repair work. We save you 5C per cent. Fit guaranteed. Ritch ie's. The fire department members tiara had a fine picture taken of themselves grouped with the ap paratus. S(e Monroe Real Estate and Loan Co. for farms, small tracts, city lot, residence property and fire insurance. B. C. Camp and his brother-in- law, Mr. Hasten, went up Woods creek one day last week and made a catch of 112 fine trout. Watch for the Cafet',rian soc- ial and lawn party at the home of Mrs. Thos. Spaulding next Tues- day evening. Episcopal Guild B. Shrum and C. B. Shafer went gupning for bear Sundv and got a fine young one in the woods near the mill in Mr. Forest. Win. Findley got the old one. Pownall's Music Store has just put in a complete new stock of musical instruments including violins, mandolins, guitars and accordeons. Come in and look the stock over. J. H. Hoffee had a bad fall from his horse Monday. He was riding it under the railroad bridge whe a train came along and be was thrown, hurting his hip.--Sultan Star. Work has been commenced on Lhe excavation for the umon high scimol and the work will now be pushed right al-,ng. The building will face Main street and a private drive will be put in on the school grounds leading back from Kelsey. The work that the Sunset has been doles in town promises to give Monroe one of the best wired telephone systems in the state. The streets are being !cabled and cross-cabled and a clearance being made uf the net work of wires that have increased until they offer a most unsightly appearance and threaten disaster some day on the occasion of a fire. It will be well to have all the wires similarly cared for. The sudden death of Frank Malone took. phce Tuesday morning, he being found dead in bed at about ten o'clock. The funeral took place from the Catholic church on Tkurday. The deceased was a well known characler in town, He leaves wife and twochEdren who have had for a long time and will con- tinue to h ve, the s 5mpathetic careol'a number of friends and neighbors. Mrs. Malone has been seri(,usly ill for some monlhs. Mlone started work at Wngner & Wilson's the day previous to IJis death An nncle, wlJ() is c(mnected with one of the it. W.E. Mansfield. WantedGirl for housework. Apply to Postmaster Stapleton. A. D, S Hair Reviver the bald man's friend. For sale at drug stores. For a good durable handwov- en hammock go to the Monroe Furniture Co. Richards & Pringle's Famous Georgia Minstrels at the Opera House Thursday, July 28. Mrs. Iverson is greatly enlarg- ing her house on Columbia stree' and practically rebuilding tim same. For Sale-Donkey engine, 10x 12 Washington, now in use. In- quire of Wagner & Wilson, Mon- roe, Wash. The afety deposit vaults of The Monroe National Bank have proven o be a very popular in stitution. H. Butikofer, who has a little store at the Stillwater camp, is trying to get a postoffice located at that point. Visit Hufford's icecream parlor Sunday and spend a pleasant time. All newly fitted up and in nice shape. The board of manag,rs of the reformato:y held t, eir usual meeting on Saturday and parol- led 28 inmates. We have several good buys in close in houses, $750 to $2700 Easy terms. See Monroe Real Estate and Loan Co. John Bounsall had all four fingers of his left hand crushed last Friday while helping to move the skating rink. Serious fire broke out in the workings of the Stillwatercamp up the valley the past veek and destroyed a large amount of cut iogs. The members of the board are considering the advisability of s;curing a musical instructor to teach the rudiments of music in t':e public sshools. The council will have to take some setion soon tending to clearing out the objectionable district on Ferry ave. leading to the new depot, and also towards grading and fixing up the street. weak back. At drug stores. Wanted--Four or five good, stroLg girls at the condenser. Track on the new line has been laid to within four miles of Tolt. For extra heavy tubs, pails. boilers and wringers go to ttle Monroe Furmture Co Mrs. J. D Campbell is showing some white black caps that she gathered wild in the woods. Richards & Pringle's reserved seats 75 cents, general admismon 50 cents, and children 25 cents. For Sale--Two good 40 foot. lots close ]n on Sams street. Cleared and graded. Louis Dal- gren. N. T. Bradley has been award ed the contract for paintit]g and fixing up the desks and interior of the sctmolhouses on his bid whicl was the lowest secured by the board. Deputy Noble Grand N. K. Staley, of the Odd Fellows, will be m Monroe next Wednesday when tile members of the lodge will have a big mr.sting in tile Io ver hall. The board of direcors of the local school will probably hold a n eeting with Park Place rest dent to consider the matter of building a scimolhouse at tim west end of town. President [itchie, of the Cam mercial Club, has appointed as delegates to the Nat,)nal Conser- vation Congress, which will be held in St. Pul on September 6-9, Messrs. E. Milton Steptmns, H. D. Matthews and S. A. Buck. A large number of Monroe res idents missed a most enjoyable euening's entertainment Thurs day night when Mr and Mrs. John Dumont were at the el)era house. They are boti] actors el much more than average ability and presented some cleat], whole some comedy intermingled with strong pathos, that made tleir show one of tim nicest that ha, ever been seen in town. Card of Thanks We wish to exl)ress our heart- felt gratatude and thtnks to our friends, Modern Woodmen The celebrated Snohomish team will play here nextSundav. Turn out all you fans. The Io cals went up to L,avenwortb ast Sunday and got skinned by he score of 9 to 4. Information is desired as to ;he whereabouts of James Glad stone Finch who was last seen on June 24. He is about 65 years of age and is lame, wearing an won shoe on one foot. Word is wanted left at tiffs office. Mrs. M. Ricci brought in to this ()ffice some of the finest char ries t has been our pleasure to everaste. Tle specimens in cluded Black Republican, Royal Anne and some of the famed Lambert that were very large. Donovan & Pattison have bought the blacksmith property of J. M. Sherman on Main street and also his house property on Sam street and will likely move i the blacksmith shop and so give still more room for business im- provements. Mr. Sherman plans to go to Canada. Notice A reward of $25.C0 will be paid for mformation leading to the arrest and conviction of party . partms for shooting a,'c lih sit- uated on South Lewis street, near city limits. Slmot, in was don of America and Royal Neighbors. i for their kindness and help and the beautiful floral offerings al the burial of oar beloved husband and father. MRS. SARAIt ANDERSON, N ILLIE ANDERSON, GLADYS ANDERSON. Notice A reward of $25.00 will be paid for information tlat will lead to the arrest arm conviction of party or parties beaking our war, e, meters in various parts of the city and Park Place. MONROE WATER & LIGHT CO By R 4. Greene. Khartum. Khartum owes its existence to an oriental form of treachery. When Khedive Mohammed All invaded the Sudan in 1820 he marched triumph- antly to Shendl. where his troops were entertained at a banquet by the sub- missive natives. But while the khe- dlve's high officials were seated at the feast they shared the fate of the viands and were themselves redm'ed to funeral baked meats. Full of fury. the army fell on Shendl and demol- ished It. Marching south, the invaders reached the Junction of the Blue Nile and White Nile. With the conquer- or's instinct they recognized that the strip of land. with its few fisherman's huts of straw, formed ideal strategical headquarters, so Khartum finally grew Into the most sensitive part of the Sudan organism. Taxing the Language, Daughter--Mamma. can't 1 have a little money for shopldng this morn- C. E. RITCHIE Jeweler I Monroe Washington i 8 East Main THE STORE FOR MEN & YOUNG MEN I I ANNOUNCEMENT Just Received Today by Express i i our New Fall and Winter Woolens from E. Y. Price 8r Co. Let us talk Suit to you now. See Window Display. Same Old Prices, $20 to $50. Clothier, Hatter, Men's Furnishings and Shoes i J. A. VANASDLEN, Notary Public. j. (1. IAI.CONER. Notary Public i Monroe Real Estate & Loan Co, ] ! Timber :Lands. Farm . | , We have good buys in city lots, Houses _ i and Lots. i One Acre Tracts. [ Ten Acre Tracts. _ i Some fine Residence property in City and i Farm Property. . : ! Office: Corner Main and ferry Streets i Camping Out Time The heated weather makes one think of a vacation camping out on the river or at the seashore..You can get all you Camp Equipment at this store. Tents, Campstoves and all the utensils needed. Come in and pick out what you want. that can offer you the same high-class goods, great variety and attractive prices that we do is hard to find. We] keep all sorts of Provisions.and Table ] Luxuries ttat make a strong appeal to I the careful and thrifty housekeeper, il Our goods are fresh and satisfactory at ] all times, and we make it our business I tO see that you are pleased if you deal with us. Monro00 Mercantile C0. )INCORPORATED) large Seattle ]umber concerns, and a broiher from Seattle came up to Lake charge of the remains. Stings or bites of insects that are t'o!lowed by swellings, pain or itctliug should be treated promptly a they are poisonous. Ballard's Snow Lniment coun- teracts th, poison. It is bol.h antiseptic and healing. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by W. E Mansfield, sometime July 13. 1910 tng? Mrs. Malaprop--No. dear: there's i' the laxe, to Imy. and 1 expect the in;:- 4 MONROE WATER 5 LIGHT CO. idermlst around any moment.--Bost:u 4 4 nyR. V. Gl:eene. Transcriot. SI[PH[NS HARDWAR[ 0. creen Doors &, W00ndows i [ At THEDINGA'S , it MONITOR-'i'RANSCRIPT