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P L b. i \\; Friday, July 23, 1926 , TL,+,ER00+oo.in +, +our, s !i ' am,,mmmu.ummJmmmmnmmmmmm;;UJPractice s Monroe, Washington W A N T 1E D L WANTED--Cedar Poles. Posts, Pil- ing all sizes. Quote prices, state shipping points, quantity can ur- Office Phone White 819 nish, when could ship. Spot cash. Residence Phone Red 1122 Niedermeyer-Martin Lumber Co., G. F. COOK Portland, Oregon. 18t4 LAWYER ' Notary Public FOR RENT 321 Stokes Building Everett, Washington FOR RENT-- 5 room bungalow, Woods Creek, mile north of Men- 7 roe. Hot and cold water, fireplace, range set up. $12 per month. Mrs. M. J. McGUINNESS Lawyer Snohomish, Wash. l'l PERCY P. COOLEY, M.D. 1] PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON IJ Monroe I] Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 [[ Office Over Frst National [[ Ba?k Building =_ DR. A. M. ZAREMBA Dentist Monroe National Bank Bldg. MONROE, WASHINGTON t DR. C. W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block. Monroe Pearl Borden , 129 Ferry Street, Monroe. 17t3+ FOR RENT--mall furnished house t for rent, inquire at 221 North Mad- ison Street. Monroe, or at Monitor office. FOR RENT--One 4-room house and one 7-room house. F. lVl.. Hoffee, Maple St., Monroe. 18t2" FOR SALE FOR SALE--Good work horse, weighs 1,100. lbs., will sell for $20.00. A. McNelley, Sutan, Wash. ! FOR SALE OR TRADE---40 of good land near Ephrata. Will take Monroe property. Mrs. Margar- et Heifort, 210 South Madison, Photos 1813. 18t2" FOR SALE--One Champion binder. I. E. Taylor, R. F. D., Monroe. 18t2 MISCELLANEOUS LOST--Small black suit case, on road' between Monroe and Duwdl, Tues- day, July 20th. Belongs to Mrs. Ruby Barrows, Monroe. 19tl  LOST--Between Monroe and Star- up, Saturday, July 17th, black traveling bag. Suitable reward on Minard Allison, M. D. if Physician and Surgeon [[ Office at Monroe General [[ Hospital [[ Phones: Office 231--Res. 1741 JJ James H. McGranahan, M.D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office at Monroe Gen. Hospital Phones: Office 231--Res. 1222 P. J. SCALLON PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Duvall, Wash. CaNs Answered Promptly Day and Night i r MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY '/1 Two Daily Deliveries I[ Whipping Cream that will Whip [[ All Orders Promptly Filled [[ Milk from T. B. Tested Cows ][ L.A. KEECH [[ Telephone 86J1 Monroe  i i +i C. H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 698 Best and Prompt Service Snohomish, Wash. , .'j i " ,_ METAL woRK THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. , Monroe ':-E( E. Pu00dy & Son00 ] UNDERTAKERS [l Telephone 131 -- II 8nohomish 0fflee-- Phone 422 [I " Monroe, :Washington II . , t Two Deliveries Daily-- Have You Milk Delivered Two Deliveries Daily-- MORNING AND EVENING W. A. NICKEL Phone 471 :: Monroe SAVOY HOTEL BARBERSHOP Under new management. Ser- vice guaranteed best, and every possible courtesy extended. La- dies' and Children's Hair Bob- bing as it should be done. Harry Lamberton, Prop. FRED HAGEDORN r, Manufacturer of Cement,, Building Blocks --and-- Art Stone Plant--North Blakely St. Monroe Near G. N. Ry Tracks ./t TRY A MONITOR WANT AD-- SMALL BUT EFFICIENT return to Monitor office. 191 HIGH GRADE PIANO, near Mon- roe, will be sold to reliable party at big saving, $10.00 monthly will handle. A real buy. Write at once for particulars. Tallman Piano Store, Salem, Oregon. 17t4 LEARN THE BARBER TRADE-- Special Summer Rates Commencing April 15th. Learn the MOLER SYS- TEM and learn right. We guarantee to place you in a good position after a few weeks training. 36 schools in i the U. S. A. and' Canada. Our dip- i lomas recognized. Call or write for i catalog.--MOLER SYSTEM OF BAR- J BER COLLEGES. 1215 Pacific Ave., !Tacoma, Wash.; 223 Occidental Ave., . Seattle, Wash. 7tf ;PIANO FOR SALELocated ear Monroe. Large eastern piano fac- tory wishes instrument sold at once. A bargain and terms $10 monthly to good party. If interested write Cline Piano Co., 66 Front St., Portland, Ore. 16t4 TIMBER WANTED--Cedar Poles, Posts, Piling, all sizes. Quote prices, state shipping points, quanti- ty can furnish, when could ship. Spot. cash. Niedermeyer-Martin Lumber Co., Portland, Ore. 16t4 PAPERIANGING, calcimining, dec- orating. Harold Hollier, 128 No. Blakeley St., Monroe. 13t7  + CALL FOR BIDS Bids will be r6ceived by the clerk of School District No. 323 for the transportation of pupils over'the B. F. Howard road'. Such bids should specify the equipment furnished and should be filed with the clerk prior to'August 2nd, 1926. J. J." WEDEL, i9t2 Clerk School Dist. 823 m, VmnVwHm g Reduced round trip fares daily until Sept,. 15 to bflnneapol, St. Paul $75.60 Chicago $90.30 New Yerk $151.70 Fhlladelphla $149.22 and to other points correspond- tngly 1o. Liberal stopovc-:s. Final return trait Oct. 31. Go in comfort and luxury the scenic Great Northern Way, via Glacier National Park, on Finest Train East Tmmouo Po moo --a Wonder train with every travel feature at no extra fare. Superior dining car service. Cin- derle locomotives assure clean trip, C)pen-top ob+ervation cars in Cascades and Rockies. Smooth roadbed. For full dmil apply to  C. L. Newcomb, Agt., Mom'oe, Wn., or James Johnstone, Tray. Pass. Agent, 201 King St. Station, Seattle, Wn. 0.:Great Nm'lhern A DPZNDAL ]LWAY THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington I I well Walla WallaHarvesting is NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE under way, with good yields and' good In the Superior Court vf the State of quality of grain. Washington, in and for Snohomish Pasco---Onions are being harvested here at the rate of 400 to 500 bush- els yet acre. Cashmere---Levi Tigner picks 1,125 pounds of Bing cherries, worth $127, from one tree. Arlington--A. O. U. W. ;Lodge will rebuild $30,000 hall, burned last fall. ATTENTION! All Snohomish County Right Now is the time to start your plans for an exhibit at the North Pacific Fair and Live Stock Exhibition A,+, 2.5, 26, 27, 28, 29 :evE:liEge; ?ake ?h:w. Gr;U;:RETT We Need You--Your exhibits in the ,Live Stock, Poultry, Agricultural and Women's Work divisions will be a real "Boost': for Snohomish County spirit and enterprise. LIVE STOCK SHOWS Dairy Cattle Beef Cattle Swine Sheep Poultry Rabbits $300 Community Exhibits $300 Special Enter your Grange, Communi- ty or Commercial Club. Stan- dard 8-20 booth construction free and no fee for entries in any division. FARM PRODUCTS SHOWS Potatoes Vegetables Grains Grasses Fruit Berries Dairy Products Bulbs Honey Flowers +- CULINARY--NNEEDLE WORK BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUB WORK Rememberthis is your fair. Your exhibits mean zeal success. County. J. It. Gamey, Plaintiff, vs. B. B. Hurst, also known as Boyd Hurst, and Viola Hurst. his wife, Defend- ants. No. 24150. Under and by virtue of a Writ of Executien issued out of the above named Court, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and deliv- ered, I have duly levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of above named Defendants, or either of! them, in and to the following de- I scribed real prpperty, situated m i Snohomish County, State of Wash- ington, to-wit: " Lot fifty-seven (57) Block Six Hundred' Ninety-five (695) Everett Land Company's First Addition tel Everett, Snohomish County, State of! Washington. Notice is therefore hereby given, that on the 21st day of August, A. D., 1926, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., of said day, at the front door of the Court House in Everett. Sno- homish County, State of Washington, I will sell all the right, title, claim and interest of above named Defend- ants, or either of them, in and tel the above described property at pub-j lic auction to the highest and best I bidder for cash. - Dated at Everett, Washington, this: 15th day of July, 1926. JAMES McCULLOCH, i Sheriff of Snohomish County.: By J. T. Rogers, Deputy. i Lloyd L. Black, Commerce Building, I Everett, Washington, I Attorney for Plaintiff. First pub., July 23, 1926. Last pub., Aug. 12; 196. I I' IF YOU DIE TOMORROW Who Will Provide For Your Loved Ones? q LIVE AMERICANS spend 3 per cent of their income for life in- surance. DEAD AMERICANS' families re- ceive 87 per cent of their income from insurance payments. We Sail LIFE INSURANCE J. E. HAMILTON HALLAN BLDG. Monroe, Wash. Monroe :: Washington Monroe General Hospital Medical, Surgical and Confinement Cases X-Ray Equipment A Private Hospital for Patients of-- JAMES H. McGRANAHAN, M. D. MINARD ALLISON, M. D. Monroe, Washington ;'% :: :: r 0 Finish Charley Paddock breaking the tape with his famous"jump 6uish';htt has brought him 37 out of a pos- sible 40 world's sprint records and an unequalled mark of 9.5 ond for 100 yard.madaMav l$,thisyear chadefPaddock.._ says a champion must have all mree., star00- stn'de - finish.00 These ean essentials In perfect co-ordination --quick start, the full strtde of power, and force mstained to the very end [finlsh]--are necessary to good gasolme. Associated through its distinctive range of boiling points insures this kind of a performance: no sputter when you step on the starter, no miss when you give her the gag and always a smooth supply of adequate power from start to finish. why Associated is Champion. Associated is always associdted with "more miles to the gallon." ASSOCIATED OIL COMPANY Surtained Quality Prodtm MORE M I L E S TO THE GALLON i. ,+ Page Seven I METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE ,+ COMPANY 2051000 lives have been saved among the policyholders of the Metro-, politan Life Insurance Co. dur- tle past tl]rteen y e a r s through the aid and coot)era- tion with the public and: our Welfare Division. A. J. FOSTER Box 715 Monroe, Wash. "The Company of the People, By the People, For the People." '.5  .... SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. Majoria Montgomery, Plaintiff, vs. Harold Montgomery, Defendant, NO.-- -- ' ., The State of Washington to the above named Mefendant, Harold Montgomery: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within sixty (60) days after th date of the first publication of this Summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) day's after the 25th day of Jun% 1926; and defend ,the above entitled action in the above entitled cour% and ti'iawer the Complaint of thQ plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attor- ney for plaintiff, at his office be- low stated; and in case of your fail- ure so to do, judgment will be ren- dered affainst you according to the demand of the Complaint which has beea filed with the Clerk of said court. The object of said action on the part of the plaintiff is for a dvorco from the defendant on the ground of cruelty and non-support and for the custody and co]trol of the to mnor children of the parties, and for such other and further relief as to the court seems just in the premisss. . S.A. BOSTWICK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Addresc 40-11 Colby Building, Everett, Washington. i First pub., Jue 25, 1926. Last pub., August 6, 1926. SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State o Washingtem, in and for the Cotmty of Snohomish. No.- Beatrice Corey, Plaintiff, vs. ly Corcy, Defendant. The State of Washington to the said Roy Corey, defendant, Greeting;, You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within sixty (60) days from the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within 60 days from June 25th, 192{}, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitle4 court and answer the complaint o the plaintiff ad serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his offices below stated; and in case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendtred against you according to the prayer of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of the above an= titled court. The object of this actio is to ob- tain a divorce by the plaintiff against the defendant upon the grounds o abandonment and non-support and to obtain the custody of the minor chil. dren of plaintiff and defendant by the plaintiff and for other a, nd furth- er equitable relief. OLIVER ANDERSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Admirers: Suite 416 Hodges Bldg,, Everett, Washington. First pub., June 25, 1926. Last pub., July 80, 1926. " Srtohomish Mail.Shop 108 +Union Ave. Complete line Home Bottlers Supplies, all popular brands of: Malt Hop and Cordials car, Also oak and soft woocl kegs. Phone 2891 Free Delive .ry Open Evenings L. F. COMER Mail Orders given prompt attention MEET ._ .. )+'-#OlIK. a. ,.. K--,, Irtllll OU@ F qe.t ,.AAO if BE dots xmt meat you ctll YellO ot N T ++ Taxi It Otw [:xtnv r. ! FOR RIRE AUTO Any place -- Any time -- First Ct'ass Service.--P. G. Johnson, Monroe, Wash. Office southwest corner Main and Lcwls. Tel. 1613, house 1811. u --'-C--T----