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THE MONROE MONITOR CONSOLIDATED WH THE MONROE INDEPENDENT JANUARY 6, 1923 WRNTY-IGHTH YEAR HONR0[ 3 ARLINGTON 2 Monroe Takes the Visitors Into Camp in Hotly Con- tested Baseball Engagement by Narrow Margin. The third consecutive game "played on the home grounds was a winner for Monroe and was played off last Sunday afternoon with Monroe nos- ing to the pole by a sufficient the narrow margin of one, Monroe 3 and Arlington 2. The contest opened with Arlington scoring one in tleir first time up and in their first half Monroe chalk- h,,, -----z .... '.'>'i' . ;::::: ".. : :.:.::::,::.:: :.. .: :.:.;.: .::.:..::. ....,. :!:!:?.!:[ WM. W. WEST Candidate for Sheriff ed up two big ones on the score board and continued to-have the NANY tiLERS F0R Kame won until the sixth, when Ar-I lington tallied run two, tieing the] game which remained deadlocked un-[ til the eigth, when Monroe scored one] P00BLIC OFFICE more run, and' with Arlington fail-I ing to send a man over the plate in its last three times up. Too care- ful coaching by Herley prevented Monroe from adding one more run to its string when :Malone was held on third and who arding to all com- ment had plenty ef tin/e to safely step on the plate. 'However, accord- ing to the final result, it made no difference in the .net honors. A rather uniqu siuation occurred l in the thord inning when Arlington  had three men n ases with two mev For Uais early in the seasor the fil- out and batter Ba,rn failed to con- ing f .candidates for public office nect and the side retired. The ex- the lJt o far, up to noon Saturday, act duplicate ituin overtook Mon- July ].7h, indicates that before the roe in their alf of the third, bases last day arrives this list will be wl filled ad two men down. Pearsall augmented and which shows there is came up [fr deliveryj struck a long lan umiaual eagerness on the part of skyscraper out into right field which the .dJ.ticians at least for such pe- was no, bed . ".fine .,smpe by Thomp- fermt. The sheriff's office idi- son. There vere some very fine cates *hat this is to be the most cov- pla scattered hru ,ke contest, tidy eted sJtion, for the list shows the MONROE, SNO HOMISH COUNTy, WASHINGTON--FRIDAY , JULY 23, 1926 , , NUMBER 1 SCOUTS 00AKE AUTOS CRASH', I THE(Editorial)BI{ ,OUR 000 PEOPL[ - I00RE])I00RATION flB][|]]] TIT TTTII [ Monroe is well into the political H]]AI00 HARTL]]Y 1MK['[" I[lll'['Hlgame this year, and has an array j].j.mjj NI|IJPUIlLNJ]of candidates the largest ever pre- /sented from this city in the his- - "--''-- /tory of Monroe. It seems to be a For Caznp--Interest Running o =  ....  .. t.. ^.I .... /big year for office seekers gener- a. . u.,zv t  vwu vt[ally and so Monroe is well in line At SnohomiKh Saturday Even- High While Final Details Frank Andrus in His Ford with the general lineup... In the mat- _ [ter of personal quahflcation our list i11, July 17th, in Eagles Are Given Out--Will Leave Come Together at Intersec- [of aspirants wili measure Up with Hall Capacity Filled, a Fine Next Tuesday. tie  of wl' A 1..,_ any of their competitors and 'tis a " '  . nice thing to know that Monroe is Program Carried Out. taking such an interest in political "--'----'-" affairs and' is able to muster forth _ (By Bob Hayes) At exactly 12:30 Thursd;a.y after- such. ..... an array of candidates. Iere On next Tuesday morning 27 boys noon a very bad auto accident oc. ]s ne asz: ............. The great Hartley rally planned from Troop One, Monroe Boy Scours, curred at the interesection of Main for senazor ]n me wn a]sr]c for in Snohomish came to a fine in company with their leaders, will Street and Madison south and in E. T. Bascom is Monroe's candidate, realization Saturday evening, July leave for their summer camping pc-which two children' seemin'slv had and is out for the nomination with 17th, when about one thousand peo- riod at the famous Camp Kelcema. a very narrow escape of losi-ngtheir all h!s might, and main. Mr. Bas- Every boy is eagerly awaiting the lives. The cars in collision were C. corn s at this. hme mayor of Men- pie thronged into Eagles Hall to hear ong coming day. H. Currie in his sedan and with him roe, and s doing a fairly good job His Honor dilate upon the state af- Camp Calcema has been pronounced were his little daughters Patricia of it even the not pleasing every- fairs and particularly as related to by national scout officials as one of and Betty Lou. In the other car, a body. He is an active practitinoner the office of governor. he finest camps in the United Ford, was Frank Andrus, only oc- of the law and has conducted such States. It is owned and operated by cupant. The Currie car, a Chevro- a professional business here during Governor Hartley went into office List of Men and Women Seek- ing Official Nominations For Various Offices in Sno- homish County. wrk a4 xw"nt :an emellent line of folloving fliers for this, now, big delivery from he :mound by both the cotraty j6b. Arlington and Monroe ,twirlers. Pre- Sher'ffCary E. Gustin Momr,; vest is a vUa 3all l}ayer and ha Fced P!ymale, Arlington;' Gee..J.. od'the msualltter .qu]ificationa ,well asfa b6ingclassya Seve, Arhngton; Win. West, Ever- oan. Olson for Arlington, ett; . AIcCulloch, Everett; A. ho pihed .good ;bll, was with- Thomlssan, Everett. ram fx hpson, called from Comiioner, 1st District--Fo L ]eft field, .lut he even ho a s6uth- Conners, tanwaad. ar, fll eo pue he Monroe boys CommisSioner, 3rd Dietrit--E. C. Stevens, nohomish; Robert Miller, in teir ffhffn .a 'last ime up. SLartup; W. J. Willoms, Monroe. Aot e niceft s'ituaios of the A ssesso---. Sjostrom, Monre: entire eg .was Rhat in the eighth vhen Cnonca, fht up, gets single, John G. Bmce, Everett; J. C. Fl- Ploutz o]lowed fi another, Ma- comer, Eye,lit. lone brmmgst Canoncta home ith a Auditor--Jhn Haugan, Everett. it over ec-mi. "Tas then that Prosecutox--C. T. Roscoe, Everett :Manager nson caled Thompson M. H. Forde, Everett. t the momd Coun,ty Ck'rkFrank A. Turner 3cnnet hit a hot 'liner o A. Preston Everett. t first, who held it, ,s0e1led on  . County Trearer---John R. M .... ' - " ay, Everett hag, retiring Malone, .tlen with # ou "  " nty 5upt hools-W F Ma fine throw to Kemp on sevond caugl . .. - '- Plout= before he could get back, thus tin, Arlmgto oroner ural Anseth Everett completing one of ihe fastest triple -- " , ; pla-s seen tChas. H. Fickell, Eerett. ^V'TX, ....   -  [ Representative, 49th Dis trictA --  - - t -      I Wllnle, tanwoo herman Fahey, 3b  1 1 0 5 2 0 rse, nonomish. Thomson If"p" ........ 2 0 O 1 O 01 Rep'esenttive 48th District---Mrs. Brown, 2b ...... 3 0 0 2 0 1 Harry John Miller, Everett; George Kratz, c ..[ii 3 0 0 7 @ 0 Culmbck. Everett. C. Preston, cf 4 0 0 I 0 O l ' Senator 39th District--. T. Bas- Johnson, rf .... ii 4 0 { 1 0 corn, Monroe; George Murphy, Ar- Kemp, ss ................ 4 0 1 1 3 O ltngton. Olson, p .................. 3 0 1 0 1 0 Murray, If .............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ................ 27 2 3 24 7 1 IONROE AB R H PO A E PAT BOYCE TAKES $10,000 Stock in Robinson Lettuce Farm on Eve of His Depar- ture on Exnded Visit in New England and Canada. Patrick Boyce, one of our old time residents of Snohomish county, has taken a large block of stock in the J. G. Robinson Lettuce Farms situ- ated about two miles west of Mon- roe. Ten thousand dollars is the size of Mr. Boyce's investment in this coming project which has already passed the experimental stage and is producing as fine lettuce as is grown upon American soil, and in abun- dance. Mr. Boyce considers it a real good investment and he has been ter one than the first, and the acre- age has been considerably enlarged Herley, 2b .............. 4 0 1 1 3 1 Canonica, ss .......... 3 2 1 1 4 0 Ploutz, cf .............. 4 1 2 3 0 0 Malone, lb .............. 4 & 2 11 0 0 Bennett, 3b ........ .... 4 0 0 1 2 0 Jones, If ................ 3 0 1 3 0 0 Pearsall, e ............ 3 0 0 4" 1 O Fox, rf 8 0 0 1 0 0 Prevost, p .............. 3 0 1 2 4 0 Totals ................ 31 3 8 2 14,1 Earned Runs: Monroe 3, Arling- ton 1. Two" Base Hits: Prevost. Triple Play: A. Preston to Kemp. Left on  Base: Monroe 5, Arling- ton 6. First Base on Errors: Monroe 1, Arlington 1. Passed Ball: Kratz. First Base on Balls: Off Prevost 5, off Oison 1. Struck Out: By Prevost 3, by Olson 6. Sacrifice Hits: A. Preston, Fahey, Brown. Total Hits: Monroe 8, Arling- ton 3. Time, 1.50. Umpire, Stevens. Score by Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Arlington ............ 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Monroe .................. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .. Monroe will play at Granite Falls over last year's scope of eperations. July 25th. Mr. Boyce goes east on-a long visit and expects to leave Monroe Death of Miss Schleismaa early next week. He will visit in New York and in .Massa.ch Elveda Katherine Schleisman, age  " usetts, 1A9 " 7?r'cd:U:hten r pfasM: a:daMr: Venai'nM(]no:lS:nid n lnwPrr'?aenEd a the family home on the Sultan paved * p . t be in Quebec city for a ew eeks He has relat highway, about four miles east of., " "yes in all Monroe, Mond'ay, July 20th follow Imese sections of the eastern coun- try and antm ares a h ing an extended illness. )eceased "'pc appy time was born in Rio, Wisconsin, Sept. among them. He expects to return 8th, 1906, and moved to the pres- to Monroe some time late in October. ent home one year' ago. Surviving[  , are ne father and the mother, two[ OIG zu'l Automobiles sisters, Mrs Ethel Davis Of the home l The Nugent Motor Co, Chevrolet laee, and Mrs. Francis Friberg of dealers, have sold since August 1, cattle, three brothers, Roy, Garvin 1925, to July 19 la 207 new and used' automobiles, f this" number and Donald, all of Monroe. The cas- ket was open to friends at the home until 9:30 Thursday morning and' the funeral was held from St. Mary's Catholic Church, Monroe, Rev. Rob- eft Dillon officiating. Interment was made in the Monroe Cemetery under the direction of Purdy & Sons, funer. al directors. Hubert George sold 172 cars. Mr. George is now a member of the Chev- rolet National 172 car club, and will receive a gold medal and a trip to the Oakland branch of the Chevrolet factory. The last car Mr. George sold was delivered to John Sangrey, Cle Elum ..... the scouts of Snohomish county, let, was coming i from the west for The 1926 season, now in session, the purpose of taking Mrs. Currie promises to be the most successfulhome from her work in the postof- in the history of scouting in this ter- rice. Exactly at the same time Frank ritory. Many new systems are in Andrus was driving his Ford south frce and it is reported that they are on Madison, and so the mixup came a most gratifying success, sudden as a lightning flash, the Cur- Perhaps the most popular of these tie car hit the Andrus car a broad- is the system of Belt Honors. For side driving the car to the curb on each of the many activities in which the south side of Main Street. The a scout wins r_ecognition by his abili- front end of the Chevrolet was bad- ty, he receives a Belt Honor, which ly stove in, the two front wheels s an emblem on his belt stamped stripped clean oftheir rims and and colored with indelible inks. spokes broken and many other in- Also worthy of high comment is the juries, wind shield and other glasses Buddy System for swimmers. By broken. The Currie girls were quite this system two scouts are always badly cut on the .face, but nothing near to each other while in the wa- serious will result therefrom, we are ter. This practically eliminates all glad to learn, and in due time will be water danger. There is a "pen" for as well as ever, the now ba,dy scared beginners from which they cannot from shock. Mr. Currie suffered venture upntil they have leurned to some slight cuts, but his wounds are swim. Beginners wear a red ribbon negligible. Mr. Andrus escaped with- about their neck, also until they are out serious injury but he too needed swimmers, a little stitching and plastering at Food in camp is selected as the the hands of Dr. Allison. 'Twas best. Not many fancy dishes but Julian Young who picked' up the lit- more plain, staunch and muscle build- fie Currie girls, Betty and "Patty," ing food is served. Owing to the and took them to the hospital where large number in camp the bcys eat all aid was promptly forthcoming. in two groups. This is detern Responsibility for the wreck of for the day by the inspection of th course will be considerd later, for the morning. As the tents and equip now the nice thing is that so man)' ment of each is inspected ,Tor clean- lives, two of them children, had such liness and neatness, the six tents of a miraculous escape, some of them highest standard are selected, and from death or severe injury. I theirs is the privilege of eating at nearly 20 years back and is still so on pledges made and made every hen- engaged and has associated with him his son Hartzel, just graduated from the Law School of the State Uni- versity. He has aspired to public office in past primaries, from time to time, and the not a winner is not in the least dismayed. Politics are somewhat like baseball, the batter only makes a home run now and' and he believes he is now at plate for a four bagger. Cary E. Gustin for sheriff is one of the very well known business men of Monroe, proprieor of the Fern Bluff Creamery Co., and has made a splendid success of his business. Cary is a clever sort of fellow, a well read man, huge in stature and shoulA' make a good sized man for the job. He is at present serving as Justice of the Peace in Monroe precinct and is also police judge of the city of Monroe. Mr. Gustin is letting no grass grow under his feet in his pri- mary fight for the honor of the Re- publican nomination, and if going af- ter a thing succeeds in making the goal Gustin is going to land high and dry in the finals duly certified to start in the second heat next No- vember. P. Sjostrom, Monroe's entry for the office of county assessor, is a good one. Few men in Snohomish county are better informed on gen- eral values than Pete Sjostrom, and orable attempt to make flood eve t-he handicapped and maligned by a gang of submarine warriors of tho Republican party who did not want him, and do not want him in the gov- ernor's chair. It has been one con- tinued round of upleasantness for the governor and seems to keep on un- abated. The governor seems to be growing fat in the face of such op- position and says he is going to keep on fighting the battles of the peo- ple until justice has been done, that truth is mighty and will prevail ir the long run. This great mass meeting was hel under the auspices of the Snohomish Hartley Club and finely planned out and was the biggest thing political- ly held in that city. The meeting opened with the official flag salute, introductory remarks by Godfrey Chandler who introduced Mayor Lin- coln who gave official welcome to Gee. Hartley wit)a the audience on their feet, presented him with the keys of the city of which there were three, one to our homes, one to our pavtry and one to our cellar. he governor returned in kind, and after two vocal solos rendered by Atty. Dennev of Everett, and finely sang. Gcv. Hartley went at the business of the evening hammer and tongs, call- ing a spade a spade, that black, wa black and' right would always be eter- the first serving for the day follow- Salads For Health m some lines of appraisement ha nally so, always was and that wan ing. To the remaining i%ve tents The preparation and serving of no peer here. He is one of the old the bieest law of all unto the so- who are below standard farls the lot salads may become an art, as a care- time business men of Snohomish ciety of human kind. overnor Iart- of eating at the second serving fully prepared salad adds much to county, a good clean cut man, cap- ley spoke for about two and one-half which of coarse is as goo as the the artistic appearance of the table, able in every respect and has a fol- hours and he surely did hand out first, except for the delay md the In planning the salad it should be lowing that will do much for him in packages plainly labeled. Speaking disagreeable way in which heir lot --^a ............... securing- the nomination H- has on a theme that has been eompelldd fell_ . ' ' , ...... par o a v,anceu men,. .... upon hmf ' . : Ih:moe boys are fortunate to bleSndmleg rules sdthe :telreiCatIl:uhand b::n n ffromlv:arwt?liYaema: specll fl:ld. orlnad r i ,O :o eptl?'dteha ::fl . ve the oppocumity to go to Camp been formulated These may be of praisement of mercl*andise stocks .. .!n "terating, and variegated ecema, an neeuless to s.v, ey ass* .... *- ,.^ -^---- "-- thruout the count, an s,-ou- - ms lSCOurse as much as possiole Fprec]ate t:. The people of Men- 1. The same fruits and vegetables Everett where so many and such 'hat hewas well received Is attest- rye are ooos]ng scoumg very me- should not be used in the salad which large collections of merchandise are ea ny tne.Iac na on.la aurqa. y_. lvlan.v nave requeste an nee appear in another form on the menu to be listed, and he is d'ecidedly on n,!gn.one nousand .people wou|d sit: tbe'rane ne. opporuniw. o nexp win 2. "%Te fr,d*._ .o; ....... -,,=,a a-"  ,ru':'-:the full four., s-uare. , a..ll the .lm.e.f" tnru. lc, ann urge ms nonor to con-- c e c..mp fmancmlly:_ These are well course t s better to omit fruit from W.J. Wfl]ams, another old timer tmue, so he must have. been telhng. .:amsneo. as, ma. ,,uing is the salad dish. in Monroe, is our candidate for coun- a prey goes sralgh s0ry, A ,nree-ourns or sco,m, and othat 3. When the meat dish is pork, ty commissioner in the Tbird Dis- mes ne grew .eloquent, passiona _a_m__p l,excema Drmgs. to the. xore- beef, veal, game or fish. select light trict, is now serving out his second ..._ acL ann ewaenly" meant evel groun ne seal man su wnlcn is r tern] as assessor H s worn ne sam t the close the . '!' . "2. . vegetables o fruits with a simnle . e ha been one .. ' .. great n.,ano, a_n snows mm a wonaer- dressing, for salad. Chicken, tongue, of the very best assessors Sachem- a,u.amnce gave mm a rousing Ova- . . . . mn. TOe singing of "America" fo]- xm ume wnne uo]ng so. etc, call for more sahsfymg combi ih county has ever had He has been lowed an" " -- - nations of ve etables and a richer painstaking, affable at all times, al- , a men came a sertea oxf dres ]n g w .... shaking his cod r" Notice to Boy Scouts s" g. ays wdhng to gwe due considers- Monroe wegnt "' )ght hand- '; Bo,,s it - an -I  .... ;- *;,* 4. When meat, fish, egg or chick- tion to all applicants for readjust. . ao.n in large num: . ....... '" ...... d ns aS:aden thubitaluatdem l:tt:f!!ie ' hers E:: fhOmtm:l d " scout in Troops One and Two to "''" = v " eat dish. ' the commonwealth" of and the women e:nl?es llii:xt r to.Gwdnssan r  :ntd sShoUl Smattls antdirdfy uiht e. aCtoe, n heg:o:l: came to do "bring home the bacon" from Camp 5. Salads should be lightly corn- S.nobomish county and the people ilear - . honor to their governd, Kelcema, as you did from Everett ]ned" and daintily served'. The mate- twh pay the freight in the way of mm" aceWnatonef nad to say, and me last February rials used should be chilled, lettuce axes. Those who would attempt to ...... ace Gee. Hartley e arid celery should be very crisp and shirk their duty must pay their yea .all. Twas a great night  With this thought in mind, we want drt. , share and the man who wants to be nonomlsn. ,: to give every one of you a flying start by presenting you with a large _ eft-overs have a definit place In square will not be taxed one cent in _  and medium white Turkish towel, and salad materials and in combination excess of that which is iust That s Rorth Pcifio. , " als0 a ,ewing kit to complete your . . " " ' d:ii ceOue ref: teneawi: " 2 All that is necessary is a signed  "ch has been add: will help him win the commissioner., just een contracted to show the five requisition slip frbm your Scout- master. Come in and get your out- gdvenaUg:cilaeg:: o lecOn dJunlce to Shs we have ...... days and; nights of the Silver Lake fitit is ready for you, P co- aireaay sald, thin s Fair, August 25 to 29. " ered jars or can, lettuce will con- Monroe's Big Four. Let's help them The fair board completed ne otia- tmue crops for days. all we can, for love of home ant tions with the P, asoltn hll, A,o_ Mid-Summer Concert  y nname Dresmng home people are vrtues well wort meat Co., of Redondo Beach, Calif., An interesting concert will le given 1 egg or 2 egg yolks, 1 teaspoon having, so let's make,it at least as for their combination auto outfit to in the M. E. Church, Monroe, Fri- sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup oil nearly unanimous if not wholly so. play triple comblnaiion ff']ne on the day, July 30th, af 8:2{) p. m., by some (fre.h and cool), dash of poprika, 2 track each afternoon and evening of" the artist students of J. W. Bix- tablespoons lemon juice. Bi" Jewelry Sale auto polo, ca_ge ball and push ball. el's class of Seattle, assisted by a Thoroughly beat the e Thursday of this week began an-: Auto push ball, the new feature male and female quartet of Monroe in the salt and' add the other of those gigantic periodical origifiated in Minnesota and shown students who have been doing fine benthic constantly. When a thick sales at the O. E. Williams jewelry for the first time at the Minnesota work with him the past five months. :emulsion is formed, thin with lemon store, Monroe, and which is being' State Fair in 1924. The game made A silver collectio will be taken up Continue the oil alternated with prepared and set out for the public such a hit with crowd's that during for the benefit of the M. E. Church. lemon until all oil is used and dress- examination by an old friend of Mr. last season all of the larger fairs of Following is the program: in" is of the right consistency. The Williams, 'Mr. Campbell of Seattle. the country were bidding for the at- 1. Duet, "0 That We Two Were sugar and paprika may be adde The inauguration of this peri0dicai traction. MayingSmithMrs. Win. with the lemon The game is played on the track John Moran. When completed d;rsssing should be special sale has proven such a suc- ,, cess with Mr. Williams that he plansl n a field 300 feet long with goal 2. Solo, Contralto-- But the Lor stiff enough to stand. This may be from time to time to so protect his posts at each end, an inflated ball is Mindful" (St, Paul)Mendelssohn served with either fruit or vegetable patrons, old and new, in this rather eigh feet in diameter is used, six cars Mrs. Bevan. combinations, of the smaller type in the game, with " unusual way. 3. Baritone Solo-- On the Road to Macaroni-Nut-Cabba e Salad Mandalay"--Speaks--Mr. Moran. 2 cups cooked macaron g, A cu nut He has posted* the entire southern three cars to the side. section of Snohomish county with The cars are stocky, four of them 4. Female Quartet--"Sunrise and meats, 1% cup shedded caage, posters announcing this mammoth being of 60 inch wheelbase, while the You"--PennMrs. P. A. Kliewer, mayonnaise dressing. Miss Lena Stucky, Miss Marie Blend lightly the macaroni, nuts bargain giving time, and; Judgin two center cars are trick cars, of but Stucky. Mrs. J. D. Stucky. and cabbage. Moisten well with the from past experience this sale will a 42 inch wheelbase The center cars 5. SerenadeA Schubert B dressing Serve on shredded lett prove as big a drawing card as any can be spun like a top and; will turn ,, " , " " " uce. Because I Love You, Dear'Hawley. HARRIET D. STOW, i of its predecessors It is indeed a completely over an# back upoR their v. .  ypsy nove ong l-ler- Co. Home Dem. A ent. big booster for business, one that we wheels without killing their motors. bert. B. "The Dream Girl" (The]  g hlieve will be duly appreciated b:: In fact, the boys in the game guar- antee te crowds from two to ten BroadT. A.Highway)Herbert'My Redeemer"Glover. Pat"AmOllg:Boyce hasthefavoredC1ouds"the Men" the people of Monroe and' vicinity. ' turnovers for each car during the B " " ,, - progress of every one of the day or Lassie of Mine--WaltMrs. tot office with something unique in MR, AND MRS. . night games. Bixel, Mrs. Bevan I newspaperdom, and the co is o PY eo;ymoe8. "Shipmat " ,,-- _ A, J, MILLS ARRIVE son M More of Mine Sander I,,what of a relic. It is f -- '.. ^ an. ] Among the Clouds,' by Henry M. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mills arrived v. aaxe u/uartet. A. "Alone With I Burt, published on the to T " ,, . P of Mount in Monroe Monday after an absence . hee-=Mendelssohn. B. My Pret- Hamilton, New Hampshire, during zy am NeimingerE. J. Schrag,/the summer season. The issue is of two months and three days, and P. P. Stucky, J. W. Bixel, L. A.[dated September 6, 1881, and is print- glad to be home once more. They ned on birchbark, is a five column folio went east as far as Indiana, visiting Schrag. 10. A. "Who Knows"Ball. B. ",Lead Kindly Light"--Pinsuti. C. "Sleep Baby of M]ne"--Dennee--E. J. and L. A. Schrag. 11. "Beyond the Shadows"White --E. J. and; L. A. Schrag. 12. A. "Life's Dream is Over"--- Ascher. B. "The Voyagers"--San- dersonMrs. Bevan, Mr. Moran. Sumas--Oil well is down 400 feet,' with a heavy gas flow. and typographically is a gem of various places therein They spent the printer's art and carries a fine considerable of the time in Sevth'Da- line of advertisements The number kota, at And;over, which used to be of the copy is tl, Volume 5, and is their old' stamping ground, princi- printed daily. One of the items in pally. Mr. Mills reports for himself and wife as having had a very in- the paper is that on the previous teresting time of it while out. Sunday, Profile House, on the sum- mit of the mountain, had 241 guests. Another item reads: "W. W. Astor Clark county farmers are planting and wife of New York arrived today a large acreage of late potatoes. at the Profile House to spend Sep- Chehalis is to have a $100.000 ho- tember month." " pital, run by Sisters of St. Dominic. Will Raise Rats Another new industry has opene-t contiguous to Mom'oe and is operated by T. A. Terrell and son W. D. Ter- rell recently of the Startup localiSy, and who have recently nurchased a 28 acre tract of land from J. G. Schmidt that contains a flve-acxe lake body. The rentlemen will con- fine their operations to the devekp- meat of muskrats and are now building a fence about the lake to keep mink and; other blood-suekig intruders from depredations on the muskrats. The Terrelis were callers at the Monitor office Tuesday secr- in-a set of warning signs to hul,l- er. a, others to keep off of their premise& .............  .............