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Page Fight - THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Friday, July 23, 1926 I I[ R. J. STRETCH COMPANY THE Stretch's High Grade Coffee Stretch's High Grade Cocoa All Coffee--No Tin All CoeoamNo Tin II 50c Ib.--3 Ibs., $1.45 25c per pound , , ONE MILLION CUPS IN 1925 i i I STORE OF THE PEOPLE I Stretch's High Grade Tea All Tea--No Tin II x/2-115, pkg. 35c--i-lb. pkg. 65cll i MAYONNAISE- Stretch's High ] GradeRThere Is None Better t[ One-half Pint, 20c--Pint, 40c I[ (Fresh Every Day) [[ FOR THE WEEi{ JULY 23 TO JULY 31--INCLUSIVE EDGEMONT ORAHAM CRACKERS--package . DEL MONTE SPINACH.-:better than the fresh, 2 large cans for 350 9C PUFFED WHEAT--2 packages for SEASIDE SODA CRACKERS--family size THOUSAND ISLAND New--Different--Delicious One-half Pint, 20c--Pint, 40c (Fresh Daily) 25c 44c 13-1b ca nCRISCO, 85c; 1 FRENCH FRYER, 75c; both for. $!'05 A MAIZO . . . 47 Era Fri00 8-nd s-arda july _stretchs-lg-h- G-ade  hn ,s Rod in Powdered Suga: ..... OUg U  Dozen 1- Special y 23-24 Everbest Grape Fruit, Th 2:::tfof :he Fruit-- 690 SUGAR SPECIAL EVERY SATURDAY AT WHOLESALE OR LESS--NEW DELIVERY SCHEDULE--Four Town Deliveries Dailym9 and 11 a. re.m2 and 4 p. m. PHONE 1533--1543 R.J. STRETCH CO.The Best Place to Shop, After All WAREHOUSE 261 +++++++++++++++++.lly; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gustin and =^vaT I ifamiJy; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Strand- ,rl'li, DqJ&AJ lber , of Monroe; Mrs. L. D. Steph- ++++++++++++++ enD,got Tahuya; Mrs. M. H. Tread- ...... I well and daughter, Mildred; and Mr. Mrs. nee Mamne, xrom Taynua, and Mrs. I. O. Danford, of Seattle, and Mrs. Eliza Malone from Everett, were Monroe visitors Sunday after- noon and took in the baseball game in which Monroe won from Arlington by a 8 to 2 score. Pat Shay and his pal and school- mate, Joe Casper, from Blaine, spent a day or two in Monroe last week calling on old time pals of Pat's, who reports everything lovely on the frontier, and all well with them at Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Roben, Monroe. Patrick Boyce has presented to St. Mary's Catholic Church, Monroe, in memoriam of his brother, the late Peter E. Boyce, a statue of the Blessed Virgin already set up in the church and bearing the legend of him whose memory it will perpetuate. It cost $106.00. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bird from Sno- hQIne, homish, with their family, were Sun- lfl]y Wegley we understand has day afternoon visitors in Monroe at closed a deal for the business and:the home of Mrs. Jonhson's parents, equipmen of a .100-roo.m hotel !nlMr. and Mrs. ChaR. Johnson. BeHingham and that he has mreaaYl taken possession of his buy which l Mrs. Robt. Webb and sons Rob and carries with it a fine patronage. Bil-] Barrett, from Victoria, B. C., were ly is not new to the hotel game. guests at the ThoR. Green farm east i of Monroe a few miles during the B. F. Starr, with the G. N. Ry. past week. in signal construction along its lines in North DakoJa for the past two Mr. and Mrs. ChaR. Hansen, with or three years, has been promoted Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson of Seat- to the position of general foreman tie, spent the week-end at the Han- His headquarters at this time are at sen tract on the Florence tract eas New Rockford. of this city. F. J. Barlow, from Conrad, Me., Misses Margaret and Fae Herley, arrived i Monroe Wednesday morn- ing for n visit at the home of his from Bellingham, were down for a son, C. L. Barlow. Mr. Barlow has sabbath day visit with their mother, father, and sister Alice, retur.ning to been in Missouri for the past year or two and holds considerable prop- the Normal city Sunday evening. erty interests in the vicinty of Con- Gee. F. Ierley, afte a few days' tad which he is developing nicely, visit at home in Monroe, left Sun- The following groups of people day morning for Walla Walla to were out for a picnic at Lake Bal- again take up his work in the hoD- linger last Saturday, auspices Nile pital department of the state peni- Temple, Seattle,. and report having l tentiary. had a delightful time of it: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Camp and daughters, I1-t Messrs. and Mesdames Torn Carl, ene and Grace; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jack and Daniel Delaney, with their Lillemoen and family; J. L. Brady/fa mililies, from Los Angeles, Calif., and family; C. A. Mickle and fami-I come up to take in the beauty spots of Washington, or a few of them, while visiting the G. F. Herley fami- ly, Monroe. The ladies of the party are sisters of Mr. Herley and this is their fourth auto tour of Wsh- ington. They travel completely equip- ped for living all the time in the great outdoors. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Paul had for week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoyle and Mrs. Shelling, from Wenatchee. Miss Doris Anderson returned home Sunday from Marysville where she has been spending a few weeks at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ballard and daughter, of Seattle, Mrs. Elsie Bry- ant and grandson Melvin, Mr. and ing. The entire group of sheriff Sather, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Nel- Mrs. Henry Robertson and family candidates were present, as was C. son and son Maynard, all from of Marysville, spent Sunday at the iT. Roscoe, candidate for prosecutor. Seattle. home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sykes, The boys were royally entertained by Voods Creek. the Edmondites headed by the lady J.R. Lawson, formerly of Monroe, ......... I mayor of the city. Gustin is making with the Union Oil Co. at Lynden, is oaugner was Darn zo lvir anaE, strmmnS ramuai c,- -]wa- o "- th here for a few days visit among his Mrs. W. E. Davm on the .16th .ms,. [move and consequently is meeting old time friends. ;t concerneu are reporea aolng many people. very finely. Miss Jennie E. OlDen, head" libra- . George Beck from Yakima is Dis- rian in the Pocatello, Idaho, city li- Atty G L Snyder was m Judgn ._  iting in the old town of Monroe and bray, has been in Monroe for a few Hall's .......... court, Seattle, one day last is spending some time on his Woods weeks making a visit at thehome of week pmamng zn Denmz oz a group Cr ek ranch rvestin " r "n her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. . e ha  hzs  az of labor clmms he represnts m the cron I OlDn" case of the High Rock Lumber Co. " Senator Gee. Murphy and C. H. that operated some time ago in the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Culver spent:Tracy, from Arlington, were in Mon- Mt. Forest region. Tuesday in Seattle visiting friends, roe Tuesday, politically inclined, of C E Gustin reports having had Mr and Mrs N C Larsen of Men course, for George is a candidate for a splendid good time at a political roe had for last Sun'day visitors, Mr:l re'electin in the 39th district. They , . . favored the Monitor office with a meet held m Edmonds Monday even-and Mrs. A. Sather, Mms Blanche short call. If Mrs. Albert Steffen will pre- sent this coupon at The Vanity Box Beauty Box, it will entitle her to a marcel THE VANITY BOX, Miss Blanche Sleighter, Operator. WATCH THESE SPACES  YOU MAY BE NEXT! HARMON'S THE CHEERFUL SERVICE STORES MONROE SNOHOMISH If Mrs. Win. Lillemoen will pre- sent this coupon at Iarmon's, it will entitle her to 75c in merchandise. HARMON'S. I Harmon's High Spots "Baby Week" Doll Contest Is A Bi Success C 0 M I N G The Opportunity of the Season! A Record Value-Giving Sale of BARLOW'S The "Baby Week" Doll Conte'st held Sale proved to,e an i?teresting event for Tenth Annual both the kiddies and the"grown- appy ome :::'::stW:th :i:t(y d;:l s;:,::e da: he'::; task for the three judges, Mrs. E. C. STILL GOING STRONG Newell, Mrs. R.V. Gre.enadMrs. C. A. McMickle. , DeS The judging took place at 2 o'clock, )1 _.._ ................... ,.=,,m,m,,zsm Friday afternoon, and the winners of ' - the contest were as follows: Hundreds of people have taken advantage of the won- PRETTIEST DOLL CONTEST; HAPPY HOME FROCKS BECOMING NEW derful opportunities to buy Shoes at this sale. zst Prize ........ won by Alberta Fuller ARE SUPERIOR STYLE EFFECTS 2nd Prize ........ won by Helen Johnson Every woman knows of the Never before have you had such good looking attract- ive frocks as is offered this There are many genuine bargains left and if is not rob 3rd Prize ...... won by 1Vfarjorie Taylor high quality of "Happy Home" Dresses. Every we- time. All the new style gar- late to take advantage of them now. Remember this MOST RIDICULOUS DOLL man knows that they give ments, including the popular sale lasts for the balance of this month. You should CONTEST long wear and tub fresh as "Hoover" Aprons, will be not delay, as sizes are selling out. st Prize... ......... won by Betty Currie new. shown. 2nd Prize....won by Irene Hinkleman This week we offer FANCY SATIN BOUDOIR SLIP- 3rd Prize....won by Tresabelle Moore PERS, complete run of sizes, 3 1-2 to 8, at MOST COMICAL DOLL CONTEST ptio,n lly 1 e our AnnrPceofon  ,-e ...... o. y ro.o ,or An exce a ow pric on these well- 2ndPrtze....wonbyLaVerneFleming known Happy Home Frocks for MENNIHAN ARCH-AID OX- 3rd Prize .......... won by Della Palmer FORDS, Black or Brown Kid; rapher,After theR. contesti. Case,thetooklCalthePhtg'photo- --'] hree Days Only regular $!0 and $11 values, graphs of the entire group. And to Anniversary Price $6 85 end a perfect day a "Dixie" lunch Thursday Friday Saturday to close out was then served to all and a promise .. .. made that  photograph of'the con- " test would be given Tuesday to July 29 30=31 BARLOW each of the proud owners of the con- " == C L testing dolls. e , H A R M 0 N ' S Home of the Famous Florsheim ONROZ STOREPaONE 183 and Arch-Preserver Shoes