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MONROE MONIT,9100. VOL. IX. NO. 30 MONROE, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASH.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1907. $1.00 PER YEAR Work on Reformatory to Be- From the County Records Additional Locals Sur0 10 G0I Ahsad gin Assignment ofMortgage--HelenJ. All kindsofshoe dressing, inelud- Chairman Jackson of the Reforma- Reardon et vir to J. E. Dolloff et al, ing white. Mrs. Cedergren. tory commission announces that work mortgage executed by Fred Hagedorn Rev. J. McKean will preach at the on the State Reformatory at Monroe et al November 28, 1905, covering 2 M. E. church Sunday mornieg. will begin in about thirty days Plans  acres ne of se section 1-28-6, July 24, Roberts is the man who will treat for the temporary buildings are cam- 1907, $325. plete. The state attorney general Mortgage--Helen J. Reardon et vir you square when you want drugs. has pass.ed on the title to the land to J. E. Dolloff, one acre in nw of sw The Gun Club will have a shoot Sun- and says the defects which have de- section 6-27-7, July'24, 1907, $300. day morning at 10 o'clock at the ball Real Estate Contract--S. A. Buck grounds. layed starting the work will be rem- edied shortly, to O. N. Hayes et al, lot 2 and n 30 N.P. Heintz this week bought Joe "Altho the law went into effect ira- feet lot 3, block 20, Monroe L. & Imp. Follette's ten acres at Park Place mediately upon its passage," said Mr. Co. plat of Monroe, January 1, 1907, part of the Williamson place. Jackson, "custom provides that in $500; $150 paid. Fay E. Ward has bought the Rigby is the store that keeps its pledges such case sentences to the institution General Power of Attorney--John L. Flynn to Mrs. Ella Spaulding, March photograph gallery, and will continue its customers--the store that always shall not be passed until it is built the business, keeping open every day "makes good." And, therefore and ready to receive its prisoners. 8, 1899. "sum to get a head" are these sum- The governor will then issue a state- Warranty Deed--J: L. Flynn to Ole in the week. me, style hats we are now offering, merit that preparations are complete Lundberg, July 22, 1907, n of nw for the best kind of a head will be announce formally that the law is ion 4 27-7, $825. only too proud to w%r one. They in effect. Sentences upon youthful Quit Claim Deed--Ella S. Spaulding are stylish, elegant and well made offenders, therefore, until such time o Ole Lundberg, July 22, 1907, lot 3 just the "poise" to suit the face of the means their commitment either to the section 4-27-7, less 35-foot strip; lot purchaser, as there are high and state industrial school, or if above the 4 section 4-27-7, $1. low crowns, narrow and wide brims, age limit, to the state prison or court ..... And the prices fit the pocket as the ty jails. When the Reformatory is Baby Show at the Fair hats do the head. opened it will receive its first quota of prisoners from the state peniten- The Snohomish County Fair Asso- itentiary, where the proper board will ciation will introduce a new feature in LLER select from among these prisoners connection with the county fair this H H WE such young men as in its judgment year, to be held at Everett, September II II should be placed in a reformatory. 4th to 7th, in the form of a "Baby Everything in Men'{ Wear "The proposed buildings are such as Show," at which all fond mothers will can be used later for shops in which have an opportunity of showing their MHHHHHdeHIOaHi the industrial arts may be taught, and babies. Valuable prizes will be given will with the growth of the Reforma- by the merchants of Everett for the tory afford excellent and permanent best baby boy; the best baby .girl, the CHAr| F| ELWELL  additions to the institution." best pair of twins and the fattest Sprau'sstore, Monroe, and receive re- WHOLESALE & RETAIL : Governor Mead has called a meet- baby. Three prizes will be given in ward.' P. B. MORTON. . ing of the Reformatory board in Se- each class except the last one, where Surveyor Birney of Everett came BUTCHER attle on August 8, to organize the but one prize will be given, making up Wednesday, and is engaged setting board and make rules and regulations ten prizes in all. the stakes on Lewis, Main and Fre OROZ, wAsmNOTON, for the government of the institution. The show will be held on September monk streets for the proposed grad 5th in exhibition hall, and is open to ing of the streets, which has been ....... s [ ------'-**-'-------- babms one year old and under, only. ordered by the council. FRESH AND SALTED .tix . O " FRESH VEGETABLIS 1 Rffl(Jhflq Bfos. at Fverett et:h:e:r;all::?j?EChiloO:: n [Eve; The new two phase dynamo at the Always on Hand. ;] Ringling Bros. circus will be in H B "Jordan, have been chosen as light station has been installed and a v Everett on Tuesday, August 20 The .... ,,,,O,1 judges A great amount of interest day current for power will now be '"'""  l equipment is all brand new and over a is being shown in the show, which furnished to customers wanting it. HH,,dHH*$, [million dollars has been spent in ad- promises to be one of the most at- For cmmencing, the power will only "'"'- - lding new features, so the advertising tractive features of the fair. For o^ $ / matter says. The parade in the mar- entry blanks and narticulars call on or 'e  I ning will contain 1264 men, women laddr'es s S. Stanley, Secretary, 2811 .. '-'  ]and children, 658 horses, nine herdslcolby avenue, Everett, Wash. t /rO'RRrT[h[. ]ofelephants, and three miles of handl _____..----- v-FiF:rrW/ffd-l}l /carved golden chariots, floats andl I Ll'V,?,/'"] t/dens' and gorgeous spectacular at- I China Donation Party  . . ] $/tractins" . . Here is a chance to get rid of your Space will permit of but brief men k.] ;' |:'.'/ | " " " odd dishes. The Ladies Aid of the tion of the many European novelties,   " I church will be 'at ,l . i/ . .. Conore atmna resented m a tent twme as bg ,, $  $| P " home to everybody Friday afternoon, -- ,dHH*****Ha*/as: that of any] other circus The Au-ust 9th at the Congregational v,,-,-,-- | Riccobono horses wear boots, coats church from 1 to 4"30 o'clock. The 4OHHH).dHIHHHHHH* and trousers. One rots m a chmr and at home" will be in the form of a reads a paper; when the clock strikes "China Donation Party." The ladies A, STRANOBERG ',ten he lights a candle, goes to bed, are anxious to collect dishes with removes his clothes, even to his pan- which to serve refreshments. Know- derous boots, blows out the candle ing there are many ladies in town who Does First-Class Shoe ||and retires, have odd dishes that could be spared, I| The wonderful Mirze Golem troupe, the Aid would be more than glad to :Repairing at Mode- | the first ever seen out of Persia, court receive them. Anything in the line rate Prices all(:,, at | performers. Daisy Hodgina of Italy, of dishes will be acceptable. Refresh- Secified Ti]:D.e. 1 the only woman who can turn a sam- ments will be served free to all during " $|ersault on a horse The Marnello the afternoon. Come, everybody, and $[ Marnites, who while turning somer- bring along your odd dishes. /0catd at M0llr08 Sho Slllr [ saults and handsprings from shoulder ____.___,.____ ' '1 to shoulder, play on Swiss bells. The H.O.4HH**, Patty Brothers of Paris, who hop up ).averU,ed Letter Llt. _ . 60 YEARS' and down stairs and skip the rope on Monroe, Wash., July 29, 1907. their heads. The De Kocks of France The following letters are uncalled with their wonderful dog which walks for at this office: on its hind feet around the ring, bal- E.C. Caughey. ancing a man on its head. And 300 Helen Hansen. more of the picked talent of the Louis Higgin. ---TR MARKS world. Chas. Hoyt. DESIGNS "rflFflN " ov,m.TS &. --------**' F.R. Kelly. nyolle sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion freewhether an Frank Mayhew. hventlon Is probably patentable- communlc,%- ttonsstriotlT0onfldenttaLHandbkonPatenMI Biq Fire at Snahomish nt free. Oldsst enrJor2.elrlnPatreetesl*v. J. Vernon Meade. Paten tsXen tlarouu .u._p  ...... ,,,oew. witot,.e.,nt% Snohomish had a $100,000 fire Mrs. L.L. Moore. $i"tifl Bmeriea,. Thursday morning shortly after mid- J. McIvan. The block across the street Robert Nasman. A hm,diomely Illustrated weekly, lmrest clr- night. eulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 Iz year: four month, $L oldbyalI ewsdcalcrs- MIINH n 361Broadway. HeW York from Eagles hall was completely cn- L.M. Samely. snr:l f.v$ F St Washington. V. (2.. sumed. 0nly by hard fighting was Harry Swoope. the fine Eagles hall saved, and as it is, John Shotale. CITIES  D-TCIV SERVICE the front and glass was considerably Harvey J. Wright. (NoarnwaT" eC.) damaged. The business houses burned When calling for the above, please We have a new line of F OUNTAIN PENS all sizes, from 75c to $3.0 Guaranteed t C. E. RITCHIE, Jeweler Index is the latest Snohomish coun- ty town to yearn for self-government, HH*H*HHHHaHHH**H******* i having petitioned for incorporation and claimingapopulationof four DAVIS BEST FLOUI00 ! hundred. The county commissioners have or- : , dered 150 pairs of Chinese pheasants The Best Flour Made on Pacific Coast for distribution in Snohomish county. They are expected to arrive sometime Call for Special Prices on Bbl. Lots in September. WARNER & HARRIS On Sunday evening next the El>- worth League devotional service at MONROFI, CASH STORE the M. E. church will be led b :Nor- . Sole Agents for Monroe : man Aimer. Subject, "Desiring Right- 4H,.HHHHHHHHHHHH#* eousness," Matt. 5: 6. LOST--Cravenette rain coat, on road between railroad and Stocker's HO]]dO[SO]] GORSET mill Finder please leave at A.B. Get the be supplied in the afternoon. The experiment of sprinkling the roads with crude oil, to settle the dust, is being tried in several places. In King county it has been done at an /' expense of $100 a mile for the sea- son. It might be a good thing on Main street. Everett's entertainment of the State Press Association last week was the most elaborate and enjoyable of any meeting in the remembrance of the profession. The thanks of the asso- ciation to the entertainers was pro- found and sincere. Fires were reported yesterday across the Snoqualmie and at Cherry Valley. The smoke all day was like a fog. In the evening a thunder storm which did not let down much water in this immediate vicinity, however, quenched the fires and settled the smoke. Two lawn socials were given last week, on Friday evening by the Con- gregational Sunday school at Mrs. J. M. Sawyer's home on Lewis street, and on Saturday evening by the Ladies Aid of the Methodist church at the home of Mrs. S. B. Moore on Madison street. At the latter music was fur- nished by the Monroe Military Band and a pleasing program rendered. Both were well patronized. HAD AN AWFUL TIME But Chamberlaln's conc, Cholera and Diarrhoe Remedy Cttred Him It is with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited testimonial. About a year ago, when I had a severe case of measles, I got caught out in a hard rain and the measles sett:ed in my stomach and bowels. I had an awful time and had it not been for the use of Chamber- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea That gives a perfect fit. We have a complete line of Corsets and Girdles 200 OF THE FAMOUS Iroquois Ladies' Skirts to pick from. No two Skirts alike. Prices range from $3.50 to $10.00. In addition we carry the IROQUOIS WAIST. These goods have interest- ed others, and lots of others, and they will interest you. Prices $1.50 to $4. We carry a complete stock of LADIES" UNDERWEAR KNIT AND MUSLIN Yours to please, N. P. HEINTZ. The Camping Season Is Here Let's take a vacation and have the fun. THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. (IC.) Have the Goods, Tents, Camp Stoves, Fishing Tackle, Ammunition and EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE l )EARSALL HOTEL MONROE, WASH. R. J. STRETCH, Proprietor The Leading Hotel in the City. Headquarters for Traveling Men. Runner Meets All Trains. EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN PLAI THE RIGHT TIIWE to start your savings account is at the beginning of the INTEREST PERIOD Detective work of all kinds covering the entire Northwest. Consultation free. Write, wire or call lO6 WASHINGTON BLDG. SEATTLE, WASH. Nipples and Chapped Hands JU quickly carpi, by appl)qng Chamberlain's Itslvs. Try it; it ,s a success. Price 2i cents. Sore Nipples and Chapped Hands Axe quickly cured by applying Chamberlain'It fmtvIL Try it; it is a success, price 5 cents. are as follows; Curnow furniture say advertised. store; Ratts' restaurant; Commercial ROBT. H. STAPLETON, P. M. hotel; Gull's flower store; Stinson & M.rks' real estate office; Dolson & Cleaver's dry goods store; Mrs. Mary Wentz's dry goods store; Halterman's shoe store; Colburn & Barton's new building; Mrs. James' band laundry; George Smith's grocery; Patrie's sec- ond-hand store and another building owned by him. For Sale Horse, 1 Old Wagon, 1 New Delivery Wagon, 1 Jump Seat Buggy, i Harness. J. E. DOLLOFF. Remedy I could not have possibly lived but a few hours longer, but thanks to this remedy I am now strong and well. I have written the above through sim- ple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this remedy.--SAM. H. GWXN, Concord, Ga. For sale by E. A. Roberts. druggist. The Monitor is only one dollar a year. A new interest period is just starting: All accounts opened now draw INTEREST NEXT JANUARY i DEXTER HORTON  CO., BANKERS BEATTLE le