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ire Have Just Received A fine line of Sundries which we will be pleased to show you whether you buy or not. BM. BRUStlES ranging in price from 35c to $5.00. MILITARY BRUSHES from $2.00 to $5.00. CLOTII BRUSHES, all prices. Ladies' Band Bags, Purses, Sponge Bags, Rubber Sponges, MIRRORS from 10c up. Nall Brushes, Bacy Brushes and Combs, Rubber Complexion Brushes, FINE TOILET SOAPS Shaving Mugs and Brushes. W. E. MANSFIELD THE DRUGGIST PASTURE  No breechy animalswantecl   Animals at owner's risk  *- ! * T.R. HOPKINS o o o Cherry Valley Nursery ====================== :Monroe Harness land Shoe Works l00[onroe ]Livery, Feed and Sale Stable J. P. JOGS, Propr. Ris of all kinds at reasonable rates. Special attention to commercial men. BOTH PHONES i ICTOR EKMAN CARPENTER, BUILDER AND I CONTRACTOR Cabinet Work of all kinds at lowest prices. Furniture repaired. New Fur- * niture hand made. Prices to suit the customers. Shop on Lewis Street _ . i i The New Styles of Wall Paper HAVE BEES RECEIVED Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes and Glass Picture Frames, Room Mouldings N, T, BRADLEY =SINKS AND CLOSETS i First Class Plumbing : at Reasonable Prices I Sheet Metal and Tin Work II done to order i Sunset Phone 64 S IT, J, Mackenzie !; EAST MAIN STREET The ]Ionitor is only $1 a year. S( 0000IETY AND PERSONAL [ l K _ THE bfONITOR will be glad to publish free all notes of receptions, parties, weddings, out-of-town guests, social events in lodge circles, personals, etc., in these columns. Either send in by mail, telephone, or hand in to the office as early in the week as possible. Mrs. J. H. Hoffee returned last week from a visit to the old home and friends in Minnesota. %* N. P. Helntz was a business visitor in Everett Monday. Jh "R" Mr. and Mrs. Louis Muelheisen are spending a vacation with friends in Monroe. Mrs. R. J. Faussett came up from Everett Wednesday to visit friends in town. J. C. Falconer leaves shortly for a trip to the east and a visit with rela- tives. A party of twelve in three carriages drove to Snoqualm!e Falls and back last Sunday, and experienced enough pleasure to last them for weeks. The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Jep Piers of Walnut, Iowa, Mrs. T. Ander son of Avoca, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Art Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steffen, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bogart, Mrs. H. Steffen and Mrs. D. Steffen. Mrs. Piers is a sister and Mrs. Anderson an aunt of Art Peterton, who have been visiting here about ten days. They left Tuesday morning for home. %* Harry Moore did business in Seatt!e the first of the week. %* Misses Jessie and Minnie Hunter of Arlington were over Sunday visitors with Miss Viola Pearsall. They were formerly schoolmates in Everett. 4b @r Mr. and Mrs. Sam Knapp of Snoho. mlsh spent Sunday in Monroe with Mr and Mrs. Ben Barnes. Miss Almina Brunson of Milwaukee a teacher in the public schools there is visiting Mrs. J. C. Falconer. Arnold Leduc of Everett is taking a week's vacation with relatives and friends in the neighborhood. R. E. McKinnie was in Seattle over Sunday. Charley Bakeman and Arthur Kin- raid are camping at Clinton, on Whid- by island, so their girl friends say. Mrs. J. M. Coffey was in Seattle Thursday on business. Mrs. C. E. Ritchie is spending a va- cation in Tacoma with friends. N. T. Bradley, A. E. Logan and wife and Art Cedergren are fishing at Bar- lug. Mrs. Nella Spaulding and Mrs. J. J. Cretney are keeping house for Frank Phelps during harvest. Ch$aberlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diar- rhea& Remedy Better Than Three Doctors "Three years ago we had three doc- tors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed in vain. At last, when all hope seemed to be gone, we began using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in a few hours he began to improve. To- day he is as healthy a child as parents could wish for."--Mrs. B. J. JOHNSTON, Linton, Miss. For sale by E. A. Rob- erts, druggist. The Monitor is only $I a year. GORDON HATS Price, $3.00 Our new styles of Gordon Hats are now in. See display in window. MOOD00t"S RACKET WAI ST SALE Ladies' Summer Waists Silk, Allover Lace, Etc. PRICES REDUCED $3.00 to $1.50 $3oo to $1.15 $2.25 to $1.12 $1.75 to 980 $1.75 to 500 $1.25 to 750 750 to 25c Now is your chance to get WAISTS at less than cost. l, E, DOLLOFF & GO, Great Danger of Forest Fires Western Washington is facing the greatest forest fire hazard in all its history, according to State Fire War- den J. R. Welty. Mr. Welty says he believes the season to be the driest he has ever known, and unless rain falls in the near future, the state may have !a repetition of the forest conflagra-: tions of fifteen years ago, if not more serious, he thinks. In his investigations, Welty says he has found that railroads start most of the fires with sparks, and he is in- clined to believe they are not using the spark arrestors required by law. The Northern Pacific railway has, how- ever, assured him that it has in use the arrestor required by the board of forest commissioners. As yet little damage has been done by forest fires in Washington, and the state has been practically clear of fires until ten days ao. ------- . ....  ..... ?HE-0FFiCE B0?:- :4" e ose at dawn and viewed the slcF And cried, "It must not rain todayl'* His heart with hope was beating high. "I'm sure," he said, "that they will playl" He swept the office clean and neat; He dusted high, he dusted low. Hie thoughts were on a bleacher seat. He hoped the boss would let him go. "And bow's your grandma's health to. day?" The smiling bose inquired of him, Then added in his merry way, "Suppose we go together. Jim?" --Cleveland Plain Dealer. Not What 8he Ex ] :eed. First Stout Lady (to second stout lady)--Well, dear, I've tried practically everything to reduce my size, but noth- ing seems to make me any thinner. ! MarJory (reflectively, watching her klttens)--Eat some flies..--Sketch. La grippe ! La grippe : For la grippe, coughs, colds and cob sumption Wilbur's Puget Sound Cough Cure has no equal. Nice and pleasing to the taste and can be taken by the most delicate female or child. Price 50e. For sale by E. A. Roberts and W. E. Mansfield. m..--..----.b $ 4w..  Notice After September 16, 1907, prices of all Ediso Phonographs and Outfits will be changed to wit: Gem ......... $12.50 Standard...$25.00 !Home ....... 35.00 Triumph... 55.00 Balmoral .... 70.00 Conqueror.. 85.00 Alva ........ 85.00 A. L. ROOT HOTEL ARRIVALS HOTEL PEARSALL Earl Brown C E Russell, Everett L A Parks, " G K Hays, " R Helms, " H L Allen, Cherry Valley Ralph C McAllaster, Seattle Frank C Dunn, " Vm H Begg B J Glaze, Portland Jack Sherry, Seattle Sam Gerber E H Albee, Novelty James Hayes W E Smith, Snohomish U P Keener J D Buchanan Gee Francis G E Jett Anna Foye E F Nickeli Fay E Ward and wife, No. Send, Or. Frank J Hannan, Seattle Samuel Reeves, " W H Estabrook, " Mrs A Benner, " L S Capers, " John Flanigan, F E Bennett, Tolt A F Larson Lester Davis, Bellingham E Goodfellow Pearl I Brown, Everett A C Qually, " D Colbeck Sam Osmudson Fred Ttylor V B Kiler, Portland J T Bradley, Milwaukee Lulu Elwell Howard Anderson, Vancouver M H Krugan Joe Tallman Moss Udell Chas Simmons, Darrington W Perry Chas Roth Robt G Trumbull, Seattle A R Wilson, " J W Deschain, " F A McRae. " Z B Mitchell, Snohomish C W Holcomb, " "Walter Culver Everett J F Birney, " H L Martin, " E C Dailey, " D D Wilder and wife Oscar Peterson Ole Oberg R Buchel, Portland E Palmer, Bellingham B F Henderson, Lochsloy N M Singleton, Seattle Ira Parry, " A Blair, '' T H Brooks, " A A Ward and wife R Mace and wife, Grays Harbor C A Hudson, Arlington tt C Williams, Sultan H L Martin, Everett L Oldfield, St Paul R C Mahoffa, DesMoines W G Beurhans, Tacoma C M Abney, Louisville, Ky. WASHINGTON HOTEL Thos Davis John Burke C Conklin Thos Bonnet U P Keener dos Mitchell J Watkins H Hardy, Snohomish T Carrier William Howe John Mader, Everett E Beal, " Chas Tallman G Sewell Gust Olson Joe Tallman Chas Tucker R McKillop J T Whitaker J Riley Russell Goff Andy Maloney Chas Hickerson B McCartey and family A Hrmiltou Chas A" Parrish A Finnis G E Wilson J S Moss, Forks Earl Mereereau J A Norton' T L Richards M J Clark M L Saris L J Chamdlin Mike Eggum John Olson O Schlund John Davis Gee Likdidt H Ireland Wm Ryan Chas Flanagan Wm Russell W M Power Ray Dewey M Udell J B Noel Wm Kasker R E Everett R Mace and wife, Grays tIarbor A A Warwick and wife, Everett John Larson Dan Rice Eugene Enriht R H Ring T Grady M Kelly I I I I H Carl Swanson G C Wattles P P Judge, BMlard A V Santen and family Jim Daley Chas Murphy J Dudley A C Rolland, Everett G R Watson, " E Palmer, Bellinghnm Remedy f0r Diarrhoea. Never Known to Fail "I want to say a few words for Cham- berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used this preparation in my family for the past live years and have recommended it to a number of people in York county and have never known it to fail to effect a cure in any instance. I feel that I can not say too much for the best remedy of the kind in the world."--S. JEMISON, Spring Grove, York County, Pa. This remedy is for sale by E. A. Roberts, druggist. Another Power Company The Tolt Power and Transportation Company has petitioned the superior court for the condemnation of certain lands in King county adjacent to the Tolt river. The property consists of !106 acres in section 32, 2.5 acres in section 29, and 38 acres in section 31, in township 26 north, of range 8 east. The company is a King county cor- poration, and was organized to utilize !the water power of the Tolt river in sections 22, 27, 28, 31 and 32, in town- ship 26 north, of range 8 east, and to convey water by ditches or flumes to points of use, and also to develop and furnish electric power to cities and towns in King county. The Monitor is only $1 a year. THE MONROE AND THE ' MONITOR EVERETT MORNING TRIBUNE'S Great 24-Day Subscription 0ntcst $2,000 Worth of Prizes $2,000 G00ven Away , 't IRST GRAND PRIZE. A Magnificent Kingsbury Piano -This beautiful piano will be given to the person who receives the highest number of votes of all the contestants. SECOND GRAND PRIZE. A Beautiful $100 Parlor Suite -On exhibition at Smith & Boe- shar's, the largest house furnishers in the Northwest. This set will be given to the person who receives the second highest number of votes of all the contestants. The territory has been divided into seven districts, and seven contests will be held at the same time. All the districts will com- pete for the above two grand prizes, but in each of the seven dis- tricts four prizes will be awarded, besides a large number of weekly prizes, particulars of which will appear in this paper later. The prizes for this district are as follows: :( IIRST PRIZE. A $50 Merchandise Certificate -Gd for $50 in trade at one of Everett's leading dry goods stores. This prize will be given to the one who receives the highest number of votes in this district. SECOND PRIZE. An International Correspondence School Scholarshlp--The winner will have choice of any course taught in this world renowned school. This prize will be awarded to the person who receives the second highest number of votes in this district. THIRD PRIZE. Three Months Acme Business College cholarship---One of the old- est and most progressive colleges in the Northwest. This will be given to the one who receives she third highest number of votes in this district. FORUTH PRIZE. A Beautiful Zadies' Gold Watch Frm H. N. Skinner's, Ever ett's leading jeweler. This watch will be given the person who re- ceives the fourth highest number of votes in this district. Watch the columns of this paper for the announcement of a large number of other prizes that will be awarded in this district. PARTICULARS. THe contest is open to everyone. It does not cost anything to Join, neither do you have to be a subscriber to either paper. The prizes will all be awarded by votes, and the votes will be issued as fol- lows: In every number of this paper and of the Everett Morning Tribune a coupon good for one vote will b'e printed. Coupons good for votes will also be issued with every subscrip- tion to either paper, as follows: For a one-year subscription to this paper, a coupon good for 1,500 votes will be issued. The price of the Daily Morning Tribune Is $5 per year. For $5 we will send you this paper and the Morning Tribune one year, both for the price of one, and give you a beautiful silver berry spoon and a coupon good for 3,000 votes. Morning Tribune, one month ............................. 400 Coupon good for 50 votes. Morning Tribune, three months .......................... $1.5 Coupon good for 200 votes. orning Tribune, six month ............................ $2.50 Coupon good for 600 votes. Candidates are not confined to working tn the district In whicl they live, but may obtain votes and subscriptions anywhere. Every person who enters this contest will receive the Morning Tribune free during the contest. Contest opens 3"uly 15, and closes August 10. Every person who enters this contest in earnest will be guar- anteed a valuable prize. Send in your name or that of a friend you wish to vote for at once, to either this paper or the Morning Tribune, Everett, Wash., and stamped envelopes, a receipt book, a sample silver spoon and the Morning Tribune for one month free will be forwarded to you. You have an equal chance with all to win the piano, and if you don't wtn that, you are guaranteed a valuable prize if you work. Fill out this coupon, cut it out and hand it in to this office, or mall It to the Morning Tribune, Everett, WasH. F'- VOTING CONTEST. I nominate the following person as a candidate to enter your. contest. Please send receipt book, silver spoon, stamped en- velopes and the Morning Tribune free during the contest. Name ....-...-:..-.,...:..........,.......,..,........:... Address ......--.-.-...-.--... ....... . .......-.--,-.-.--.-.-.-.  -" .... "it . This coupon also counts as one vote. Nominations in District No. 7 MABEL HAGEDORN, Monroe. ETHEL 0WEN, Monroe. ANNA VANAsDLEN, Monroe. LIZZIE MACK, Monroe. SOPHIE YOUNG, Sultan. KATHERINE FOX, Bothell. ROBERT S. DALY, Monroe. BEULAH KITTLE, Monroe. RETTA 0RR, Monroe. NELLIE SHRUM, Monroe. GRACE KENNEDY, Edmonds. EVA BARNHART, Monroe.