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,rt_ =_ .. e-. .... - .... i i I i I i I I I i ......... iii ii THE MONROE MONITO when you remove them from the boil- ing water. This instantly loosens the AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY PAPER skin, which pulls off without any trou- PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT blONROE, WASHINGTON ble. Treat beets the same way. E. C. BISSELL, EDITOR TO test whether milk has been wa- Entered at the Postoffice at Monroe, Washington, as second class matter tered, take a well-polished knitting needle and dip it into a deep vessel of SUBSCRIPTION, IN ADVANCE .................. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR milk. then withdraw it immediately. ADVERTISING RATES If the milk is pure, some of it will ad- Display advertising, per inch, single column, per month .................. 50c here to the needle. If the milk has Locals, per line per issue, 5c; minimum charge ........................... 25c been watered, the needle will come Cards of thanks, each .................. , ............................ , .... 50c out quite clean. Obituaries and resolutiohs of condolence, per line ....................... 5c When you fry fish and the fat gets  boiling hot, sprinkle a little salt on mtxwoov tREE their liberties and rights of way the bottom of the pan. You may These corporations corrupt the bal- Sunday morning last the jury in lo ........ then turn the fish without breaking. t so mat a city once captures rare- To prevent the juice of fruit pies the case of the State of Idaho vs. l- wins back it ..... . . y s xreeaom flow soon William D Haywood, secretary oien ....... '"" .... from boiling over, sprinkle a small Lnuslasm Oleo. out. xe ala run the Western Federation of Miners, well for a seas n ........ quantity of bicarbonate of soda over o ; wnat ala mnuer charged with the murder of Ex-Gov- _ ou?" ........ the fruit before putting on the top _ y rUmlC opinion USUally ernor Stuenenberg, returned aver- reache s its ob'ect le ...... crust. - tt _ ,,  un ss SKIlIUlIy diet of not guilty. It is doubt-i hindered or ...... The best way to peel peaches is to mrneu asme xrom its ful if a more important case has -ur-ose To ou .... put a few in a bowl and pour ever - - - p p r Know/eago no Iur- ever engaged the attention of the .......... them a pint of hot water. Don't let mer ngn nas been mrnea on, nor them stand in it for more than a few courts of the land. Certainly more people were interested in the trial than any of the past. Our space does not permit lengthy comment. Suffice it to say that the feeling in the community was generally hos- tile to Haywood. Not a miner or workingman, in the usual sense was on the jury'. One of the jury- men had for two years enter'ained in his home the murdered man and regarded him much in the same light as one of his family. The first ballot stood not guilty 8, guilty 2, blank 2. After some considera- tion another ballot gave nine for acquittal. Finally all agreed that the prisoner was not guilty. One juror who had been on the jury that hung Tom Horn and had voted guilty, said that "no sane man could have hung the devil on the testimony against Haywood." The two strong points in Haywood's fa- vor were these: First, they could not believe the charges made by a self-confessed murderer, bigamist, thief, liar and almost everything m any needed. Our worthy mayor minutes; then pour off and put on has tramped to the deep, cool lake cold water for a minute or two. The waiting to be tapped, and reports skin will then roll off as easily as it abundant clear, cold, pure water, does from a tomato. What unseen danger, we ask, lurks When you make jelly, do not pour in the dark horizon, belching forth it into cold glasses, but heat the tum- sulphurous smoke and red-splinter- blers boiling hot. You will find this ed lightning, that threaten to con- aids the jellying process. sume the town if it follow the may- When you intend canning fruit, the or in his charge on the corpora- first thing to do is to put a large dish tions? If satan's minions on horses pan on the back of the stove filled shod with fire hover over the town, with lukewarm water, and put as threatening it with dire calamity if many jaars as you can in it filled with we tap the heaven-prepared reser- water, and while your fruit is cooking voir in whose pellucid waters fishes, the jars will be getting very hot; glistening with laminated gold, also put the lids in, too. Ina bowl swim and dart, surely they have of cold water that has a small tea- been seen by no eyes outside the:spoonful of ammonia in it put the council chamber. here is danger rubber rings; and if you find any that in the rush of the football team, have lost their elasticity don't use If anyone has $18.35 to donate, the but death in the waters of stagna- them; there is danger of the air get- committee would like to hear from him. tion. Delay has ruined individuals ting into the jar. and defeated nations. What are  i r. of A. town papers for but to give both Fourth of ly Hnances [ MDIN co., ,..,.e.,. No. 6, sides? Tell us what doth hinder this good work. OBSERVER. RECEIPTS II I[iSk.]lllV ThursdayRegular nightmeetingSin ForesterseVery Signed Paid 1# 1tall at 7:3'  : MARK H. FELZERS. C. R. Balance from last year $ 8 05 J.E. COCZ'rRvANI F. S. else that was mean, without corrob- orating evidence. Second, the self- complacent and conceited McPhar- land failed utterly to furnish Gov- ernor Gooding with any proof that Haywood was in any way connected with the murder. For two years Stuenenberg had not been in the way of the western federation of labor organizations. They could have indulged with some reason more or less hatred of Peabody or Some Usefull Cooking Hints Steffen & Harkins ...... $25 00 Peter Suhl .............. 25 E. A. Roberts ........... 15 Monroe Water & Light. 10 Montgomery Ward & Co. 00 Gardell & Bloom ....... 10 Moody's Racket ......... 5 A. B. Sprau & Co ........ 1@ P. Sjostrom ............. 5 '--': = : =-- : : : = : : :: :=: :: :: := H. E. Pearsall .......... 5 Put an orange or a lemon in the H. H. Weller ......... ;. 5 N. P. Heintz ............ 5 jar or box with your newly made J. P. Joos ............... 5 sweet cakes or cookies, and you will Monroe Mercantile Co... 5 find it will give them a delicate and Thedinga Hardware Co.. 5 Sherman Bell, but there could be delicious flavor. Bakeman & Sprau ...... 5 no possible reason for slaying a man When making a sauce, as soon as Unknown ............... I0 who was entirely out of their way, I you see it begin to boil away from Frankie Howard ........ 10 and who lived fifteen hundred miles I the side of the an ou ma- know it I. Van Horn ............ 5 away from the seat of their real [is cooked P Y B.F. Howard ........... 1 S. S. Gauthier .......... 5 troubles. Governor Goodln.g prowl One teaspoonful of strong coffee J. W. McLean ......... 2 50 Iesse(1 to De very much surprises at ladded to the chocolate just before J- A. Vanasdlen ......... 5 the verdict If any man knows serving greatly improves it. R.J. Stretch ............ 5 25 00 25 15 10 00 10 5 10 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 10 3 00 1 5 2 50 5 5 I I  II [ I' I ill '11 I q ' _.A.A._. i , =2 1 Thedinga Hardware Co., rope... 1 [ 00@00@0@000000#00@@@0@@@$#0@00@@@#000@## Washingtn Transcript'psters" 17 ili J A VANASDLE i V. Desort, fixing sign .......... ' Mrs. Duly, " ........... A. R. Faussett, labor ............ 6 Mrs. Duly, fixing sign ........... 501  NOTARY PUBLIC i Monroe Monitor, printing ....... 10 Free for all race ............ ..... i Ii BeaJ Emle and insurance l 75-yard dash, let, $2; 2d, $i ...... 50-yard dash, 1st, $2: 2d, $l ...... Robbie Duly, delivc00ing bills .... . a.00y ,9o00 . Relay race ...................... Gir,s race, under 12 years ....... 2 01 I have some good bargains in Houses and Lots, Sackrace ....................... 2 1 Improved and Unimproved Farms, close in :$ Fat man's race, boxcigars ...... 3 501, 15acres ffo0d bottom land, 1 [1 lot in Farmer's Ist addition.$ 125 Climbing greased pole ........... b /! mile from town, improved, I1 acre, good house, orchard, Pie eating contest, let, $3; 2d, $2 5 ] with stock and implements.S2,000 [ well improved, in Monroe.. 1,500 Shingle packing contest, 1st, $25; 14 165 acres of bottom land with I 1 large lot on Main stl'eet in i ,, 1 personal propert.y, 3 miles ] Monroe. cleared 500 2d, $I0; 3d, $5 ............... g [ from Monroe ....... 8,500  40 acrcs on Cherry creek, bob- Log sawing contest, Ist, $25; 2d; [ I acre trat in Ilarriman's Ist I tom lanai, with house .......  1,200 $10; 3d, $5 .... .............. 40 /2" aaa to aonroe not improved 300 1 1 acre with 6 room house on Tug-of-war, box cigars .......... 3 50  80 acres of improved bottom 1 Madison street, if sold in 10 =^/? rune, a snap, must be sold.. 4,0001 days .................. 800 Dad Dennis, hauling ............ . ov  2 lots in Fa.rmer's 1st "tddition [8 acres of good bottom land, A. Faussett, 1st in Pluguglles... u 4 created, lots 61 feet, wide... 300 [ improved, with house ...... 800 Base ball team .......... , ...... 05 "  I have a few tracts of good timber cheap, must be sold soon as options A. Faussett, labor on chute .... ,. 4 40  will expire. Frank M. Hoffee, labor .Lean man's race ................ ....... 30 Office in Monroe Furniture Store onMain St,, East of Post Office ! Wire rope splicing contest ...... 15 @@@O@l@O@Ol@O@@@@#O@O@@@ S. J. Pownell, marshal of day... 5 Moody's Racket, bunting, etc .... 2 55 41O400OO,OOO0OO1,O00OO00@0@@@ Ice cream for band .............. 1 90 7 E.M. STEPIIENS, Prest. A.J. AGNEW, Vice-Prest. 2 75 W.E. ,VADDELL, Cashier. The Monroe Star e Bank 3 25 751 o Transacts a General Breaking Busxness 685 Expense of speaker .............. Thedinga Hardware Co .......... Old man's race .................. 2 50 J. E. Dolloff & Co., bunting, etc. Palace of Sweets Bakery, pies... Monroe Military Band .......... 50 H. Sinnett, log .................. 14 Wagner & Wilson, lumber ...... Dad Dennis, hauling lumber, etc. 6 Telephone to Seattle ............ 25 Telephone to Granite Falls ...... 25 John Johnson, lumber ........... 20 55 Total disbursements ........ $382 90 Total receipts .............. 364 55 Balance unpaid ............ $ 18 35 S. J. MOODY, A. B. SPRAU, C. STEFFEN, Finance Committee. DR. L. L,. STEPHENS, Court Physician. MONROE LODGE No. 138, K. OF P. Meets every Wednesday eyeing at 8 o'clock at I. O. O. F. Hall. W. E. MANSFIELD, C. C. ROBT. H. STAPLETON, g. of n. & S. the inside of the mine owners asso- ciation, which was the backbone of the trial, it is Sherman Bell. He did their dirty work at Cripple Creek, under Peabody, as command- er of the state troops. 'Twas he who transported so many miners by force of arms from Colorado. Here is what he says on thc acquit- tal of Haywood: "He (Haywood) never was guilty. He was sneak- ingly, in an unamerican way, but officially, transported from Colorado to Idaho, held over a year, and tried for the murder of Stuenenberg on general principles by a lot of polit- ical and otherwise cowards who didn't possess the brains or the nerve to go down the line when the trial began to carry out their part of the deal. The Colorado bunch got cold feet and Idaho is now hold- ing the sack." Telegrams of con- gratulation came to Haywood from all over the country. | I City Waterworks Once there was a tidal wave of public sentiment that bid fair to make Monroe the proud owner of her own waterworks. She meant to seize time by the forelock, and by building her own water plant, save herself the annoyance and hu- miliation of having to beg, buy, and by whatever other means at hand, in some way recovez rights and franchises once given away. In that feeling she was wise, as the bit- ter struggles and Bumberless defeats of those cities once so unwise as to fall into the hands of water and light corporations are having to contend with in order to get back  Robt. H. Stapleton ...... 5 A pretty sure test of the freshness A. P. Manion ........... 2 of eggs is a bath in cold water. If T. W. Stranger ......... 10 they float they are stale; if fresh, Bert Ingham ........... 1 they will go to the bottom. P. Fitzpatrick ...... ... 1 A little chloride of lime boiled in Guy Ball ................ 1 C. A. Bruce ............. 1 your granite saucepans will make A. Arnold ............... 1 them look like new. Rinse well after j. E. Dolloff. ' 5 throwing out the time water. John Johnson ........... 1 Keep a supply of asbestos paper in Mansfield & Ritchie ..... 10 your kitchen. If the oven is too hot J" E. Stirton ............ 1 T. J. Mackenzie ......... 4 and the cake likely to burn at the top F. Ferguson ............. 5 put a sheet of the paper on the grate Fred Harris ............ 2 over the tin. If there is danger of Gee. W. Head .......... 1 burning at the bottom, put a sheet S. B. Moore ............. 2 under the tin. R. Crossman ........... 10 Monroe Monitor ........ 2 Cake will not stick to the pan if Guy Gallagher .......... 1 after bhttering it you sprinkle it with E.T. Bascom ........... 1 flour. This takes the place of paper Trascript .............. 2 liningand is much easier. Dr. 1. J. Pond ........... 2 Never allow a cake to brown until Cash ................ .... 1 G. F. Cook .............. 1 it rises to its full height, which ought Dad Dennis. 2 to be about double its bulk. If it Dr. Stryker ............. 1 begins to brown too soon, put paper B. G. Andrews .......... 1 on top or cool the oven. Bailey & Co ............. 10 Aug. Holmquist ......... 10 Thin the eggs in making an omelet Monroe State Bank ..... 5 with a few tablespoonsful of hot water j. D. Bird .............. 10 instead of milk. You will find the Patterson & Fournier ... 2 omelet will be more tender. Peter Oseng ............ 10 When you cook green vegetables Everett Brewing Co ..... 25 and wish to have them look green D" F. Stephens .......... 1 Venzl Desert ............ 2 when served, let them cook with the cover off. In making hash, never stir with a spoon; it makes the mixture pasty, Always use a fork. Before you fry cold potatoes, dust them with flour. They will brown better and the taste will be improved. If you wish to prevent raisins, cit- ron or currents from sinking to the bottom of our cake, have them well warmed in the oven before adding to the batter. When you boil salt hams or tongues plunge them at once into cold water 5 2 10 0 1 1 1 1 5 1 10 1 4 5 2 1 2 10 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 10 10 5 I0 5 10 25 1 2 J. L. Sprigel ............ 2 50 2 50 John Holmes ........... 2 2 Wilton Cedergren ........ 1 1 Chas, D. Huddle ........ 2 50 2 50 E, H. Nlms ............. 1 1 Frank Miller ............ 1 1 A. L. Root .............. 1 1 C. F. Elweli.,. ....... :.. 2 50 2 50 Jack La Ban ............ 1 1 N. T. Bradley ........... 2 2 H. A. Barnhart ......... 2 50 2 50 Sold log to Dad Dennis;. 5 E. Donovan ............. 10 10 Total receipts ......... $364 55 DISBURSEMENTS Jack Bird for signs .............. $I0 00 I. J. POND PHYSICIAN AND URGEON Office and Residence over Monroe State Bank. Both Phones. E. T. BASCOM ATTORNEY AT LAw MONROE, WASHINGTON Office, Ferguson Block G. F. COOK ATTORNEY AND NOTARY REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Ferguson Blk. Monroe M. J. McGUINNESS ATTORNEY AT LAW Office, One Door East Penobscot Hotel SNOHOMISH, WASH. JOHN W. MILLER ATTORNEY AT LAW Room 7, Often Building SNOHOMISH, WASHINGTON JOS. COLEMAN JOHN B. I'OOARTT COLEMAN & FOGARTY ATTORNEYS kT LAW Hewitt Building Phone 634. EVERETT, WASH A. D. AUSTIN W. P. BELL BELL & AUSTIN, LAWYERS. Office in Realty Block, Everett, Wash. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE IN TIlE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE of Washington, in and for the County of Sno- homlsh. In the Matter of the Estate of Armond Bros- sard. Deceased. Upon reading and filing the petition of N.B. Challaoombe, the administrator of the estate of Armond Brossard. deceased, asking that he be authorized and directed to sell at private sale the real estate hereinafter described, be- longing to the estate of said decedent; and, it appearing from said petition that ther, sufficient personal estate in the hands of sale administrator to pay the debts outstanding against the said deceased dud the expenses of administration; and it appearing that it is necessary to sell the real estate hereinafter described to provide funds for the payment of such debts; and it appearing to the court that it would be to the best interest of said estate to sell said property at private sale ;-now there- fore, It is ORDERED that all persons iuterested tn said estate, appear in the Court Room of the Court House at Everett, Snohomish County, Washington, on the th day nf August, 1907, at the opening of Court of said day, then and there to show cause, if any there be, why au order should not be granted to the administra- tor to sell at private sale, Lot three (3) of Sln- dicate Tracts Addition, situated in Snohomish County, State of Washington, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to pay the cost of administration and the indebtedness against said estate; dud it is further ORDERED that this order be served by pub- lishing a copy hereof in the Monroe Monitor, a newspaper published in and of general circu- lation iu said Snohomish County, Vashingtou, for the period of four (4) successive weeks next preceding the said fith day of August, 1907. Dated July 3rd, 1907. By the Court. W. W, BLACK, Judge. Interest paid on time deposits. Savings bank books issued and interest paid on savings bank bal- ances at the rate of t per cent per annum. Any amount from $1 up will open a savings bank account. DRAFTS ISSUED ON ANY POINT IN TtlE VOR]D PET:ER SUttL, Propr. " i The Choicest of Wines, Liquor? and Cigars " t RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION MEALS AT ALL I-IOUIS ROOMS, 25,,, c: NIGHT , WASHINGTON HOTEL MRS. VAN HORN, Proprietor Chicken Dinner on Sunday Special Table for Traveling Men  Tth:2:s2 R2 2::n:. oI:al2:: t:e c4 t:i@$$OOO4O@ 0 St. Paul /Vlinneapolis El and R, eturn TICKETS ON SALE AUGUST 8, 9, 10 SEPTEMBER 11, 12 AND 13, ACCOUNT JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION. RETURN LIMIT, NINETY DAYS Above rate is from Monroe. $60 from Seattle. Same rates apply to Duluth. Proportionately low rates from Washington and Oregon points. Rate to Chicao $71.50 from Monroe, Wn.; $64.00 from Spo- kane; from Seattle $7150. Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis and many other eastern points. For a comfortable trip take the "Oriental Limited" Standard aud tourist sleepers, dinin car and Compartmefft Obsdrva- tion Car. Meals in dining car on a la carte plan. The "Fast Mail" is another good train. For information regarding routes and thru rates to any eastern point, address A. L. LEE, Agent, Monroe, Wash. W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Seattle. Greal Horlhern Railway SKYKOMISH LOCAL Going Vest Going East 6 00 a.m Lv.Sky'ish.Arl0 40 p.m. 6 40 .... Index .... 10 00 7 00 ...Gold Bar .. 9 32 7 08 .... Startup... 9 22 7 18 .... Sultan .... 9 12 7 35 ..MONROE.. 8 55 7 55 ..Snohomish.. 8 37 8 23 .... Everett.,. 8 10 8 35 ...Mukilteo .. 7 55 9 03 ...Edmonds... 7 23 9 10 Richmond Bch 7 13 9 40 .... Ballard... 6 50 10 00 Ar. Seattle. Lv 6 30 7 00 pm Oriental Lt'd 11 17 a.m. ,.Overland.. 954 p.m. Sleeping car reservations, tickets and information from A. L. LEE, Agent, ]lonroe, Wash. Or--H. M. ADAMS, A. T. M., Seattle. The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand HENRY & OSIER, Pro[rs. Choice Line of Liquors and the Best of Imported and Do- mestic Cigars. 8NOIIOIIISlt J. A.Vanasdlen, Monroe re "k