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. . . .. THE MONROE MONITOR Monroe, iWashington Friday, July 23, 1926 Jlavor . , frOmfi00hfruit ROYAL Fruxt Flavored Gelatin _HOW&apos;S TH-E lOAOi> <( NOTES ON > < HIBHWAY - CONOITIO,H > [ I FIgDM THE I^1 AUTOMOBILE IOAO  CLU6 BUrN OF OF THE WASHSTObl Road conditions change frequent-' ly and on very .short notice. The notes here given were cor- rect when written; but the mot- orist will do well to check up on all road conditions at the nearest branch of the Automobile Club of Washington, before starting on a trip. July 19, 1926 Construction work is in progress at the following points on the Sun. set Highway: From Dryden to Cash- mere, five miles in good condition; from Reardon west, two and a half miles in good condition. Eight" miles west of Spokane there is a detour over the Central Washington High- way and old Brickyard Gulch RoaJ to Spokane. This detour is in, good condition. A cloudburst on Knapp Hill be- tween Wenatchee and Chelan closed the road for a few days, but this section is now cleared up so that traffic can go thru without diffi- culty. The new road to Mount Bake1 Lodge is open and in excellent con. dition except the last two miles. Thb section is a dirt road and cut ut .quite badly. The road from Shuk- san to the lodge is narrow and mo- tbHsts shduld drive ,slowly on the + ,. l curves. This section is being widen-[Does God Say?" What is the record  ed and the outside sheuhl'cr is soft. of God's word about it? i t The grades are not bad and no dif- Let US look at the question care- ficulty will be encountered with tea- fully, ho.nestly and fearlessly. sonably careful driving. " Hobbes, the infid'el author, spoke    ' ..... of death as "a leap in the dark."   1 & dr  wzth the completmn of a consid.. His autlook in view of eternity was erable part of the work of widen- an exceedinfflv loomv one !n" the Pacific Highway below Che- Robert Ing'el'\\;so'il pcnned tle follow- naris, promised for July 22, the 11.7 in,," s[(lly u'g'estivc lines" ; nfiles detom" will be shozened to "Is there lev.ond the silent night an i Distribution Without Waste about 4 miles, and it will no longer czilless "day' - Io#'OY _ Cash be n:cssary, to go.. thru Napavin e. I Is death awe cannotgate'thatsay leads to light? i , stores The shde eond'mon recently caused Th ton ueless secret locke" i fat, . taI by a cloudburst in Pine Canyon onlw e ,g;" now we ; n -n the Sunset Highway between Orondo ] ..'. ,,  -- v -  and Waterville has bden almost en-[ Tha3 L" God we have a revelation ti,'ely cleared,up, and the. road may of IIis mind and will, of Iis plans " -- HOW ,, e ..lt ............................... WHICH D0 Y0[I PAY ") The natural consequence of our phm of operation De recommenoea 0 motorists travel- l between Wenatchee and Spokane. a.u pu,'pue., regarumg .e --Lur mg in His Holy Word. Thank God there . is to give Skags Stores a tremendous advantage Construction work is in progress is a way that leads into eternal life VERAGEGR0CEaS in the economical merchandising of foodstuffs. at the following points on the Inland but also true that there is a way GROSS OlT' The almost unlimited buyiilg and selling power Empire Highway: From Pasco wesL five miles. The d'etour is in :fair coh- dition. From Dayton north, there is an eight mile detour over dirt and gravel road. which is in fair condi- tion. A portion of the deour between Agnew and POrt Angeles is under control from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. This section is narrow and is a one way road. The Sunset Highway between Pres- ton and Falls City is closed 'and will remain closed all summer. A gravel rvad turning north at .Issaquah and connecting with the Rendmond-Falls City road' two and a half miles west of Falls City is to be used as a de- tour. It is marked as such by the Automobile Club of Washington. This road is open to Preston with a good detour from the end of the present avemeit thru Carter's Camp and ervice Station., . +++++++++++++++4 k ** AT THE CHURCHES ; 4444+++++++++4 METHODIST EpISCOPJ/L Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Epworth League at 7:00 p. m, Evening service at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting at 8:00 p.. m. Thursday. Everybody welcome. ReV. E. D. White, Minister THH MENNONITE CHURCH that leads into death and torment. We shall let God's word speak. P. A. Kliewer, Pastor. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Regular service 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Y. P. S. 7 p. m. Prayer meeting 8 p. m. Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Stephens, Pastor ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Mass will be celebrated in Monroe, St. Mary's Church, at 9 o'clock, and at Duvall at 11 o'clock, Sunday, July 25th. Rev. Robt. Dillon, Pastor. SWEDISH M-I-SSIOI CHURCH Sunday school a.t 9:45 a. m. Sermon at 11:00 a. m. Y. P. S. meetings, 6:30 p. m. Sermon 7:30 p.m. " Prayer meeting every Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Every other Sunday, English ser- vice at 7:30 p. m. - Rev. E. A. Ohman, Pastor RUGS FOR LESS Ten Axminsters--6x9 $19 each, 9x9 $27, 8xl0 $30, 9x12 $32, llx12 $38, 9X15 $48, 9x18 $65, 11x24 $100, full borders. 27x54 $3, 36x63 $5, and other bargains, at Waldron Co., 1514 6th Ave., Seattle. 19tl Canned peas were Washington's principal pack in 1925. Vegetable canning has increased 374 per cent in seven years. THE BIGGESt LITTLE STORE IN THE WORLD Bge, Report Harvard] Avxo, OROSS 1orli" t .......  of more titan 400 stores enables Us, frequently, o quote prices below the wholesale costs of the ;x er- a,-e merchant. Our strategic locations often per- trot the advantao'eous purchase of farm products in the communities where they are grown without the necessity of payingtribute to numerous mid- dlemen: Constant 'contact with Wold markets in- sures our partons the greatest wtriety at the mnall- est possible cost. And, our system of buying, ac- counting andadministration by a corps of hil)ly rained specialists enables us to eliminate waste and show satisfactory earmngs out of gross profits approxi naately one-third less tlmn the average 'roder must take. Which is why Skaggs consistently offer better values. Phone 1061 Store No. 273 Monroe, Wash. Friday and Saturday Features CRYSTAL' WHITE MAX-I-MUM SOAP.-- TOMATO CATSUP-- FRESH CREAMERY If it is Max-[ 'Mum i is BUTTER-- For all armmd f,mily ue. good. 10 bars 35c 2 large bottles ............. 45c 2 pounds ...................... 80c PICNIC HAMS-- Morrell's Pride, sugar cured. Per pound 31c MORRELL'S AIRSHIP BACON Front eastern cram fed hogs. Per pound ........................................... 43c SOLAR BRAND PINEAPPLE-- Special summer pack fruit. MAX-I-MUM PANCAKE FLOUR Try this and you will ha're no other. 3/,, pound package .............................. 33c JUNIOR MATCHES-- Strike anywhere. 6 boxes to carton. Pez: carton ............................................. 25c KELLOGG'S REDI COOKED OATS Very finest breakfast faod. Rein. 1:16 "For I am not ashamed,r, 2 No. 2b cans ................................... 45c 2 large packages 45c is a power of God unto salvation t( t, If you want a  SKAGGS BLUE VCRAP COFFEE-- ARM AND HAMMER BAKING SODA every one that believeth." []lJl and Experience in the IIII Ni We guarantee the qualit';,. This is the gospel we believe and Legislature IIit Per pound .................... ,....'. ................ 45c 3 paekags ............................................. 25c Wesundaypreach.school 9:45 a.m. VOTE FOR I[l l  3 pounds .................................... $1.29 POST BRAN FLAKES-- German services 11 a.m. GEO. MURPHY JJ[l t SKAGGS CANE MAPLE SYRUP-- 2 packages ............................................. 25c Every other Sunday C. E. 7:30 p. m English services every other Sun-JJlll Candidate For Reelection jill  Very best quality. SKAGGS WHITE BREAD-- day 7:30 p.m. IlllJ STATE SENATOR [Jll 21/.2 pound can ...................................... 53c 1V2 pound wrapped loaf. "What does the Bible teach aboutlllll 39th v'mnot III/ o pound can .......................................... 97c Each ...................................................... 10e eternal hell or eternal punishment?"l/lll This will be the topic of Dlg00-- K- Flour +,, +. +o +.. + ,+ +. ,.... .... .. : non4te Church. Subject to Republican Primary ][[J W . say. The important thing is "Whatl/" ........... ramfi The very best flour we can buy. Manufactured from Eastern Washington R. J. STRETCH C(). CARRY MONROE AND CAS.H THE STORE OF HIGH GRADE GROCERIES AT REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Pure Cane Sugar, 100 pounds . $5.89 A FEW OF OUR REGULAR PRICES hard wheat. A guaranteed all hard wheat flour. m Per barrel ....:. ......................................................................................... $7.89 Page Three IU" tiT_ T' 1!.._. $5.00 Orders Delivered Free 111r_ r_l*_._ aa e 1/ellVta" Under $5.00 a 10e Delivery Charge e uenver . Fair Grounds, to be used for com- mercial displays. INDUSTRIAL NEWS NOTES All canning records were broken last year in Washington and Oregon, when 5,784,458 cases of fruit and vegetables were canned, against 5,025,827 cases in 1924. a gain of 758,831 cases, or 15 per cent. This year promises to surpass even that phenomenal record, for a wider range of products will be canned in large quantities. Lonview--The Steamer Pacific Pine, loading 3,000,000 fe of lum- ber, left for Atlantic ports. CentrailiaA new building is to be erected at Southwest Washington Walls Walls onion crop is expected to reach 1,000 cars, more than twice the 1925 yield. Aberdeen postal receipts for April, May and June totaled $22,581, an ap- preciable gain over the same period in 1925. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 5 Bars MATCHES-- 29c Cart0___ ALIF0 CON-- FANCY CALIFORNIA BACK BACON-- Pound VAN CAMP'S PORK AND BEANS-- Regular 15c size. 3 for , 29c SHREDDED WHEAT-- 10c Package BALL MASON FRUIT JARS-- Quart size, packet complete with covers and rubbers. 89c Doze_.__n CERTO-- 2 for MASON COVERS-- 2 dozen 45c PARAWAX-- 14c Package JAR RUBBERS-- 6 dozen SWAN'S DOWN CAKE FLOUR-- 38c Wood---Coal WHITE KING WASHING POWDER-- . 2 large packages | I II 98 CARNATION WHEAT FLAKES-- (Premium) 2 large packages 75c SPLIT PEAS-- 3 pounds Dependable Mack Trucks Experienced Drivers 25c ""' " Phone 371 FLOUR-- 10 pound bag 72c WE SELL HAY, GRAIN and FEED WE ARE OPEN SATURDAY TILL 9P. M. Monroe Transfer and Fuel Co.