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JUST IN Another bunch of Celebrated Buttermilk TOILET SOAP with the name in the cake 35c per Box W. E. Mansfield THE DRUGGIST i H. $. Blackwood Howard Watkins Blackwood &, Watkins The City Shoeing Shop On Fremont Street at the corner of Lewis, ih rear of Plumbing Shop General Blacksmiths Expert Horseshoeing Give us a call w. r. MArlIN I Sraple and fancy Groceries Now located in the new Bascom-flallan BIo'k You will find the new store a thoroughly modern and up-to-date place at which to buy your groceries and will have all your wants prooerly taken care of.i You are invited to call and inspect the store. The best in the City for your money BRADLEYS Paint 5hop This store is keeping pace with zhe other improvements ia Monroe and will in the future take a much further advanced position in the Papering and Painting Trade The store is being remodeled and fitted up as a modern display room for the convenience and comfort of our trade. You can come in here and make your paper selec- lens in comfort. The Stock is Cbmino in N. T. BRADLEY The J. A, FALGONER CO, Timber Lands Logged-off Lands Farm Lands 1612 1-2 Hewitt Ave. Everett- Wash, ", ]K)rti),d " .lttYan-Fowells SchoOl -.a ttle.. and Personal Use the phone, mail or hand in social or personal items for these columns. J. C. Wilson, of Kingston, visited with Arthur Bailey. Mrs. Gee. Eddington is visiting relatives in Portland. Mrs. A. W. Burke is attending the Chautauqua on Whidby island. %* Ed Roberts, of Everett, was in the city yesterday meeting old friends. * -.V- * Miss Hannah Bakeman is visiting relatives and friends in Seattle this week. P. H. Anderson went up with Mr. . E.itchie and Ed to spend Sunday ;tt the Index camp. P.W. Shulbert, engineer of the Jomlenser company, was in town on his regular inspection tour. Cuy Gallagher was back in town thi_.' week after having had an oper- :ttion performed at an Everett hospi- tal. Mrs. T. E. Trotter, of Seattle, and drs. C.E. Corwin. of Chehalis, are jsiting this week with Mrs. W. J. rotter. %* . W. E. Mansfield and wife are over at Wa/la Walla this week, where Mr. Mansfiehl is attending the Red Men grand lodge session. Mrs. J. C. Falconer and sons and Mis Tabor left Tuesday morning to "ttend the Northwest Chautauqua being held on Whidby island. Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Moody spent the week visiting with friends at Elma and Chehalis on their way back from the K. P. meeting at Aberdeen. ** C. F. Cook returned early in the week from North Dakota, still pre- sumably single. He reports the crops suffering greatly from lack of rain. Walter Westover, who bought out the Kindle store, has moved his fam- ily up from Seattle and is occupying the McDougall house vacated by Dr. offitt. Mrs. Bridgeford, of Tacoma, arriv- ed this week on a visit to her sister Mrs. S. B. Moore. Mr. Bridgeford is expected up here soon to look after insurance business. Miss Winifred E. McFarland, an old- time friend of Mr. and Mrs. Whir H. Clark now teaching in Tacoma, is vis- iting in to on. She will accompany the Mountaineers next Saturday on a climb up Mount Glacier. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Monday, for- marly of Sultan. but who have been east of the mountains for the past eight or nine months, arrived in Men roe Tueseay. Mr. Monday is a pain- ter in the employ of N. T. Bradley. The wedding of Miss Viola Pearsall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pean- sall, to Mr. Oliver LeBarr, of Fairfax, Wash. took place at the home of the bride's parents in Monroe last week. The bride is one of Monroe's most fa- vored dmghters and a most popular young lady among a large circle of friends. The groom is an energetic young man who is engaged in the electric business at Fairfax where the young couple will make their futun home. When you reel lazy, out of sorts and yawn a cod oeal in the day ime, you t a J charge t to a to)'- pid live- which has allowed be system to get full of impurities. Herbine cures all disorders pro duced be an inactive liver. It slrengthns thu, t organ, cleanses the bowels and t)uts the s slem in good he.dthy condition. Price 50c. Sold by W. E. Mansfield. Mrs. Nellie Spaulding was in Sno- homish Wednesday. J. P. Austin will be in Seattle the end of the week. -- . HOW=IT=HAPPENED. The Explanation of the Automobile Driver nd a Climax. After the vietim of tbe aeeident was carried to the sidewalk the automobile driver turned his machine aud came back and exl)lained how it happened with considerable warmth. "This woman," lie volubly remarked to the policeman, "was entirely to blame. She ran around from ahead of the street car and deliberately put her- kelf in my way. After she had dodged at the coal cart it was too late for me to stop. I couldn't tell which way she Mrs. B. F. Bird and son have been spending some time at Scenic. Miss Gladys Brix is visiting for week in Snohomish and Everett. was going, and when I saw that she was dazed and foolish I jammed on the brakes and tried to pass to the left. but of course she had to run the same way, and the consequence was that in endeavoring to avoid a baby a carriage with twins in it an(1 an old man who was walking with a crutch Mrs. Ed. White, who has been in the hospital, is up and about again. Mrs. W. J. Williams has gone to Spokane to remain for a few weeks. %* Andrew Hagarty, of Gold Bar, was a business caller in Monroe Tuesday. ..lr I suppose I must lmve hit her. But ] wasn't going more than two miles an hour, and any woman who would (lodge around in that foolish way and lose her head shouldn't be permitted to go on the streets without a btmeh of guardians." The policeman nodded "Come over to the sidewalk," he said "and take a look at her." So the driver went to the curb with the officer and looked at the unfortu- nate creature who had so actively eon- tributed to lmr own disaster. And. lo. It was only a dressmaker's Charles E. Stiff has been mow back to the G. N. depot at Skyko- mish. Mrs. A. L. Brix returned home Monday from a visit with friends in Seattle. F. M. Crocker, of Lowell, was here yesterday looking after property in- terests. .. Mrs. Bisse]l is going to Tacoma next week to attend the Military Tournament. .. Miss Gertrude Kincaid has been spending some time with her sister, Mrs. Win. Dunstan, at Fall City. J. P. Joos had a vacation last week down in the Gray's Harbor county at the K. P. meeting and over at Cle Elum. Miss Leah Bakeman spent the lat- ter part of last week visiting rela- tives and former schoolmates in Sue homish. Mrs. B. T. Bailey and daughter, of Charles City, Iowa, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Bailey's son, Mr. Arthur Bailey. J. H. Patison was called to his home at Sheridan, Ore., by telegram and he left Wednesday night fearing to find his mother had died. %* Mrs. W. M. Lillemoen entertained a number of young people at a lawn party Wednesday evening. Appro priate games were played and dainty refreshments served. A recent letter from P. Sjostrom announces his returning good health and an enjoyable trip through the continent. He is expected home the latter part of August. J. D. Bird entertained Dr. and Mrs. Wentworth and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mony, of Everett, last week with 'an auto trip to North Bend and Issaquah. Mr. Mony is one of the officials of the Cherry Valley line. E. Milton Stephens and wife enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Buck and Mr. J. McKean wih an auto trip to Aberdeen this week where the gentle- men have gone to attend the annual meeting of the State Bankers essocia- tisn. Major H. S. Logan returned Tues- day evening from the Soldiers' Home at Orting to spend a ten-day furlough with relatives in Monroe. He says the Monroeites at the home are all in good health and send their regar ls to friends here. Hen. W. E. Humphreyr, Congres - man from this district, was in town shaking hands with acqm.iatances ant looking after his chances of re-elec. tmn. Sen. Pills was also with the party, which included some Ever- ett business men, and they met some of the business men at a luncheon. Our 17 jewel Waltham watch in dust pro,)f case for men at $10 is a snap. Call and see it. Ritch ie's. d dummy that had fallen off the rear of a delivery wagon!- Cleveland Plain Dealer. HIS ONLY REGRET. The Sorrow That Consumed Bichat When He Was Dying. Over a century ago died Xavier Bi- chat, the famous physiciau and anat- omist, author of "L'Anatomie Gen- erale." tie probabiy dissected more human corpses than any other man in the world's history. He established a record when he opened 625 bodies dur- ing one winter. Of his nerve a tale is told. Vehen -he lay ou his deathbed.he called his colleagues to him and said: "Dear friends, I am done, but what comforts me is the fact that my case is a re- markable one. I have had unusual symptoms for some days which I have analyzed. They have greatly sur- prised me." The doctors sought to reassure him. He answered that he was under no illusion with regard to himself. "I shall die fairly satisfied with my life and go to the grave with only'one regret, one greqt sorrow." "What is that?" he was asked. "I am distressed that after death I can- not dissect my own body. I could, 1 am certain, have made some beautiful scientific discoveries." Then he sank rack. murmuring: "I must not think Westminster Gazette. OUR PROPOSAL -  / la that you let ua print the Engagement Announcement Cards and Weddin Invitations. Make that a part of YOUR. proposal and she will surely say yes. Later we can talk with you about those teeny weeny cards you'll be wanting. NOTHING TOO SMALL, NOTHING TOO LARGE, FOR THIS SHOP TO PRINT. [ THE MONROE BAZAAR Opposite Monroe National Bank, formerly J. A. Kindle ) W. WESTOVER PROP'R. Or[NIN5 SATIJRDAY, JlJtY 23 i Complete Line of Bazaar Goods i 5c, 10c, 15c and 25c Counters i  Most, anything you need at the Smallest Price l t A Lady s Rest Room will be maintained for the comfort and convenience of all " l C'ty FI Y i 1 oral & Seed Compan W. WALLMARK, Proprietor .* Salesrc)m and ()ffice; .916 Hewitt Avenue t (Opposite Mitchell Hotel) PHONE: ,alesroom, unset 11)1)9 l"[ TI''I-'I-'F'I'F'I' lit  /'11" 11" ' about it. It won't bear thinking of."-- II il THE BANK LIQUOR STORE Fred E. Ferguson, Prop. Confuciua on Kingcraft. "What is klngeraft?" demanded a disciple. Confucius replied, "Food enough. troops enough and a trusting people." "Were there no help for it which could be best spared of the three?" "Troops.- sald the master. "And were there no help for it which could-be better spared of the other two?" "Food," said the master. "From of old all men die,' but without trust a people cannot stand.!' O( The Value of Art. De Friend--What is that picture in- tended to represent? De Artist-- Board and lodging for six weeks.-: Milwaukee Wisconsin. . ..,.. The Popular Place on the Corner. Highest Quality in Wines, Liquors and Cigars i Good Accommodations adjacent in the Monroe Hotel. Yon Benefit Yourself when you Patronize Our Advertisers IF MOODYS HAVE IT, IT'S IN STYLE WH ]" You should order your 'suit f,'om THE ROYAL TAlLORS. ALL PURE WOOL fabrics and these alone. No other line has ever been confined to WOOL and WOOL exclusively. EVERY fabric shrunken by THE ROYAL TAILORS' secret process. Wlich lneans that every GARMENT will retain its SHAPE and FIT to the last day you wear it and will be as DISTINCTIVE as it was when NEW. EVERY GARMENT is GUARANTEED to be FINISHED and to LEAVE the SHOP in SIX DAYS after receipt of your order. IF it does not THE ROYAL TAILORS will forfeit to you ONE DOLLAR for each and every day over SIX DAYS that your order is detained in their SHOP. A wlitten GUARANTEE of FIT and DURABILITY accompanies every ORDER. $18.00 THE ROYAL TAILORS $18.00 to of Chicago and New York to $40.00 MOODY & MOODY, Monroe Agents $40.00 new things in COLLARS and BELTS. JUST RECEIVED, the LACE COLLARS, NEW and PRETTY ..... 40 cents to $1.98 PATENT LEATHER BELTS, red and black, each 65 cents ELASTIC BELTS, in all colors ...... 35 cents to 95 cents ELASTIC BELTS, with fancy buckles and ornament, each 60 cents MOODY & MOODY Incorporated Monroe's Largest Store