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Monroe Monitor-Transcript REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS PIJILIShED EVERY FRIDAY &T MONROE. WASHINGTON H. D. MATTHEWS, EI)ITOR AND PUBLISHER Entered at the Postoffice at Monroe, Washington, as second class matter Subscript!on Price in Snohomish County .......................... $1.00 a Year " " Outside of the " ....................... $1.50 a Year DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Locals, per line per issue. 5c: minimum charge ........................... 25c Cards of thanks, up ten lines. ............................................. 50c Obituaries and resolutions of condolence, per line ...................... 5e NOTICE to ADVERTISERS All changes of copy for advertising should be in this office not later than Wednesday afternoon of each week to receive proper attentinn. County Papers The vMue of the paperq of the country towns in the up-buihiing of a state cannot be over-estimated. The work that the editors of these ltpers have done and are doing is always for the welfare of the state, and their papers derve the hearti- est support of the local dealers. Not only does the merchant's pros- perity depend upon his support of the local paper, but the prosperity from two weeks to three months and then is coddled into believing he is buying tbr cash. The farmer .... i . i i i Dorothy Taylor visited with Miss Flossie Pickering, of Nov- elf,', Sunday. Mr. Thayer is budding a very commodious barn, to take the place of one the R. Roads took. Constipation is the starting point for many serious diseases. To be healthy keep the bowels active and regular. Herbin will remove all accumilations in the bowels and put the system in prime condition. Price 50c. Sold by W. E Mansfield. A. R Moore, of Granite Falls. has come out as a candidate for orders somethm the catalo house g g ,I senator in this district inadvance has never seen nor owned and has Iof the decision of Sen. Smith or an awful time to get arL error cor-IE. M. Stephens. rected, a repair or his money backll Installation of officers in the if not satisfied. Every sensible lK. p. Lodge was held Tuesday man knows that buying for cash evening and watermelon fur- means a colnpleted transaction--to nished an additional attraction pass over the money and receive the equivalent. That the farmer is liable to lose by extending credit to irresponsible mail order houses is shown by the record. Four big ,'atalog houses have failed. By these fitilurea alone the farmers of the town also. The character of have lest about $1,000,000 in cold a town is generally judgeti by the .......... leash that tmey nan sent ]n ior r, e apaearanee of its news-sheet. I h ..... -- I goons or mr stock. Through false class of advertisements the h)cal ....... I man oruer scnemes they have lost paper carriesshow. the quality of .._., , .... ,or-u the business men in the town. lfi000 nlore. When one reliable farm I the merchant does no patronize t - i paper ts denouncing and warning his own paper he cannot expect tom, . - ..... /larmers against certain malt oraer frauds, twenty-five other cheap farm papers are running page ads and in an editorial guaranteeing their responsibility. for a good attendance. An auto was driven through the streets Thursday morning which caused quite a sensation. People were wondering w|lether it was some infernal machine el a warship on wheels,  hen it was explained that it was simply a much magnified replica of the Warner Auto-Meter, a device for showing tl e speed at which auto- isis are traveling, and how far. The coal nine in which Mr. I. J. Oliver is interested in the M. Baker district is pronounced by U. S. experts as producing the highest grade of coal mined at any portion of the union, Tile coal is said to be 95 percent pure carbon which is 10 per cent more than is contained in the Pen,l sylvania coa!. The coal dis trict covers about half a town ship and the veins on the prop- erty in which the local man i interested range from three to 15 feet in depth. The mine is leased. F0r Sale One draft team, four years old. weight about 2900. Also wagon and harness. Apply to R. J. Stretch, R. 1, Sultan. The man who fails to keep hi money in the bank is like the man with a good house but who delib- erately keeps it vacant, neither liv- ing in it nor renting it. ! He gets nothing out of it, and it is actually in greater danger than if he was using it as it was intended to be used, for his own benefit and that of his community. cmRY v,L,Ev t Use Diamond Mineral The Great Northern ha the Wafer for lhe Table depot which is to be-80 feet i square. C. G. Schneider, of the Olym- )in Bar, has secured the agency for the Diamond Mineral Spring, Water Co., Ihe only bottling rain eral spring in the slate, and is building up a fine trad for it as a table water in Monroe and vicinity. The water is pure and sparkling and is most efficacious for rheamatism, catarrh, stomach and liver trouble. Particular people, who want a perfect water for table use. become habitual users of the Diamond Mineral Water and are greatly benefited l in general health by so doing. It can be secured at wholesale prices In case lots from Mr. Schneider, and a trial is urged of a few bet ties or a case. Take it once and you will want to continue its use all through the heated season. The chemical analysis of the water is as follows: Reaction of Water--Faintly alkaline, depos- its calcium carbonate freely when boiled, and ! hence contains free carbonic acid. : Parts per 100,000 Total Solids ................................. 363.0 : Chlorine .................................... 19u.9 I Sodium ................................... 119..5 Calcium ................................ 9.2 Magnesium ............................ 3.9 Combined Carbonic Acid (('03).. 13.7 Silica ................................... 18.0 Sulphuric Acid (H2 Dd) .............. Trace Iodine .............................. Fain t Trace The above constituents are probably com- bined in the water as follows: Parts in 100,000 Sodium Chloride (common salt) Na CI ..... 304 0 Magnesium Chloride, Mg CI ............... 15.4 Calcium Carbonate (limestone) Ca Co No. 3. 23.0 Silica (free) ............................ 18.0 Sulphuric Acid ............................. Trace Iodiue ............................ Faint Trace If the solid matter above is considered, its percentage composition would be as follows: Sodium Chloride ............................. 84.a5 Magnesium Chloride ................. 4.27 Calcium Carbonate ......................... 638 Silica ......................................... 4.99 County Records. Chat Mtg--Geo J Muth to the Mon- roe National bank July 26 1910 horses $231. Mtg--Donovan-Pattison Realty Co to Sarah P Day lots 9 and 10 blk 2 Wagner's 1st add to Monroe $500. i, , , . [r ......  ...... Mtg--Hugo Ekman et ux to Anna (Paid Advertisement) I hereby announce my candidacy for Anderson E half of 10t 6 and all of the office of county treasurer subjec to the will of the voters a the republi- can primary. F. C. DOOLITTLE. Index. lot 7 blk 1 Roberts bros lsi; add to Monroe $350. WD--AntonWageretux to CE Santi tract in section 32-28-7 $1100. W D--Louis H Gilberts0n et ux to William A Haskins NWSE section 17- 28-6 $10. Mtg--William A Haskins et ux to Louis H Gilbertson NWSE section 17- 28-6 $1500. W D--D0novan & Pattison Realty Co to Chas R Robinson et ux July 28 1910 property in Monroe $10. R E C0n--Charles A Faussett et ux to J G Crandell tracts 5-6 blk 1 high school add to Monroe $500. Sat of Mtg--W E Waddell to Wm Korevaar 16 acres more o r less in SE SE section 2-27-6 $700. Mtg--Katrina Williams to Joseph Suchanek part of SW SW section 14- 27-6 $100. Sat Mtg--Jennie M Sawyer to Hen- rich Augut Carl Thomas land in lot 5 section 1-27-6 $500. W D--John Brady to Donovan & Pattison Realty Co tract in blk 2 Wagner's 1st add to Monroe $10. Everett Tent & Awning Co. C. A. COLE, Proprietor Manufacturers of Tents and Awnings. Horse and Wagon Covers. Flags of All Kinds. Canvas Goods of Every Description. Dnck of All Widths and Weights. l501 Hewitt Ave., Everett, Wash. Cor. Hoyt, opposite P. O. Phone 8103. Res. 8131. NO ...... Notice and Summons. IN THE SUPERIOR COCRT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OP SNOHOMISH. ROBERT KINNEAR, Plaintiff, vs. LEWIS CLARK, Defendant. THE S'PATE OF WASHINGTON to Lewis Clark: You are hereby notified that the above nam- ed plaintiff is the owner and holder of Certifi- cate of Delinquency numbered 2419 issued and dated the 31st day of January, A. D. 1898, by the County of Snohomish. State of Washington for the amount of Two and 25-100 i$3.25 Dollars the same being the amount then due and delin- quent to taxes for the years 1891. 1892, 1893, 1894 and 1895 upon real property of which you, the said defendant Lewis Clark, are the owner and reputed owner, situate in said county and more particularly described as follows, to wit: Lot nine (9) of block One (1) of Gifford's lat Addition to Arlington, and upon which the above named plaintiff and assignors have paid subsequent taxes assessed against said proper- ty as follows, Taxes for year 1896 amounting to .18 cents. paid November 1, 1899; taxes for yeaLr 1897 amounting to .'22.5 cents, paid November I, 1899; taxes for year 1898 amounting to. 155 cents, paid November 1, 1899; taxes for year 1899, amount- ing to .16 cents, paid May 3I. ISG0; taxes for year 1900amounting to .14 cents, paid May 16, 1901 ; tnxts for year 1901 amounting to .16 cents, paid February 4, 19(72: taxes for year 190"2 amounting to .41 cents, paid November 2,5, 1903: taxes for year 1903 amounting to .45 cents, paid March 6, 190.5; taxes for year 1905 amounting to .45 cents, paid March 12, 1906; taxes for year 1905 amounting to .55 cents, paid March 17, 1907; taxes for year 1906 amounting to .80 cents, paid October 19, 1907: taxes for year 1907 amounting to.93 cents, paid Feoruary 28. 19J9: taxes for year 19 amounting to$1.70, paid July 21, 1910; taxes for year 1909 amounting to $129, paid July 21. 1910. You are further notified that the above nam- ed plaintiff is the owner and holder of Certifi- cate of Delinquency No. 2420, issued and dated the 31st day of January, i898, by the County of Snohomish, State of Washington, for the amount of sixty-three cents (63c), the same be- ing the amount then duc and delinquent for taxes for the years 1893, 1894 and 1895 upon real property of which you, the said defendant Lew- is Clark are the owuer and reputed owner, sit uate in the said county and more particularly described as folio ws: Lot Ten (10) of block Ode (I) of Gifford's Ist Addition to Arlington, and upon which the above named plaintiff and assignors have paid subsequent taxes assessed against said proper- ty as follows: Taxes for year 1896 amounting to .18 cents, paid November i, 1899; taxes for year 1897 amounting to .25 cents, paid November I. 1899: taxes for year 1898 amounting to .15,5 cents, paid November 1, 1899; taxes for year 1899 amount- log to .16 cents, paid May 31, 1900; taxes for year 1900 amounting to .14 cents, paid May 16, 1901; taxes for year 1901 amounting to .17 cents, paid February 4, 1902; taxes for year 190'2 amounting to .41 cents, paid November 2,5, 1903; taxes for year 19( amounting to .465 cents, paid M:rch 6, 1905: taxes for year 1904 amounting to .45 cents, paid March 12, 1906; taxes for year 1905 amounting to .,55 cents, paid March 17, 1.907: taxes for year 1906 amounnng to .80 cents, paid October 19, 1907: taxes for year 1907 amounting to .73 cents, paid February 28, 1909; taxes for year 1908 amounting to $1.90, paid July 21, 1910: taxes for year 1909 amounting to $1.44. paid July 21, 1910, the amount of said certificate of delin quency bearing interest at the rate of fifteen (151 per cent per annum from its said date, and all of said several amounts so paid for subse- quent taxes as afortsaid bearing interest at the rate of fifteen (15) percent per annum from the respective dates of payment thereof as aforesaid; all of which is now due the above named plaintiff. And you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (0) days after the date of the first publication of this notice and summons exclu- sive of the date of su .h firs publieat:on, to-wit : within sxty d:ts after th,. 29th day of July. A. D. 1910. exclusive of said day. and defend tke above eutitledction in the court aforesaid, or pay the amount due as above set forth, togeth- er with the costs. In case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered foreclosing the lien of said certificate of delinquency, tax, s. nenally, interest and costs, against the lands and premises hereinbefore mentioned attd de- scribed. ROBERT KINNEAR. Plaintiff, By RALPH C. BELL, Attorney for plaintiff, P. O. Address: Everett, Wash. Tie promoters of the new town are opening several new streets ftx)m the railroad into the town. Ivan Evenson has moved into his new house south of town. John Quale bus a forcer men widening and grading a mile of road south of T, M. King Log- ging Co.,s mail box. H. W. Leale has a number of teams graveling the road south el town. Owing ta Rev. Magwood be- tug absent last Sunday morning service at the M. E. church was conducted by Mrs. Dale and the Sunday evening by Mr. Norman Aimer, Rev. Father Van de Walle con- ducted mss in the hall Sunday morning. The hailwas crowd- ed to its utmost resting capacity. Another Correspondent Win. Cah ney and family visit- ed in Seattle this week. Rev. Magwood retm'ned Tues- day after a week's vacation. Nellie Finley visited at Mr. Allen's on Wednesday. The baseball game Sunday be tween the Ctlerry Valley boys and the Cherry Valley Logging caulp men was in favor of tile Valley boys the score being 33 toO. Mr. Win. Findley, Miss Geor- gia Allen, The Misses Nellie and Violet Finley attended the da-ce at Mt. Forest on Saturday eve Mr. Dolloff was dsiting the new town in his auto on Thurs- day. Chesley Funk was a Tacoma visitor last week, taking in tile Military Tournament at the Stadium. Mrs. Stewart, of Snohomish, visited at Mrs. Boyds last week. Authur Lester visited at Win. Cairney's Sunday. make much headway hiulseif, or that his tuwn will take tile position alnoag the other towns it should. It doesn't pay a dealer to be. stingy with his local paper, hut it is too true that many of tbenI are. Owing to the non-support of the merchant, the editors of many of the couutry papers are beginning to exhibit a feeling of frieudliness to- wards the lnaii-order houses, which readily find profitable returns from live advertising. Uhless the oantry merchant learns to us the advantages he has in his local paper, he nlust not be surprised tt, filld the cash of his colnlnunity going to houses in other states who give the supp,rt in advertising l,cally withheld. When this hap pens the dealer will perhaps wake up, but too late. It is surprising ho indiffereut soine of the country tradeelnen appear to be to adver- tising in the home paper. This at- titude i not only to his loss but i: a detriment to the town. Tliousands of dollars are being sent out ever.v day froui the country toWBS and cities to mail-order houses, silnply heeau tim merchant will n.t adopt the same business plan those hous,.s do. He seems to think that because he is.aequained with everybody in the town an t that everyb, dv knows him, they ought to know what he has for sale and his prices. Bul they don't. People receive the mail- order catalogue, see goods attrao- ively described and priced, and draw the conclusion that their local dealer does not carry the goods, be- cau he has never said anything about them ia his home paper. For the sake of his own business pros- perity and that of his town tile merchant should liberally patronize his home paper, the editor of which is so loyally helping to build up tbe town. It will prove profitable to all concerned.--Trade Register. Cash or Credit Mail order houses print celumns about the fine point of tbeir cash system, and really it is a dandy when one comes to tliink it over, ays Pacific Coast Merchant. Only it isn't a cash system at all--it is a reverse of the usual cudom. The farmer extends all the credit and takes all the chances of inferior quality and imperfections. The farmer trusts the catalog house for AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE A rebuilt high.grade car is a much better buy titan a new cheap car selling at the same price We are selling out our second-hand automobiles at rock bottom prices. High grade cars overhauled-'and guaranteed in perfect mechar.ical condition at half the original selnng price. Roadsters, Runabouts, light 5 and 7-passenger Tour- ing Cars. All dig(rent makes. Write for complete descriptions. Cars from $400 to $.(D. Mention the make you favor. COME TO SEATTLE We pay railroad fare both ways to any- one buying a second-hand car from our salesfioor. THE WINTON MOTOR CARRIAGE CO., 10OO Pike,:Seattle. (Paid Advertisement) I hereby announce my candidacy on the republican ticket for county super- intendent of schools subject to the pri- maries. MRS. LIZZIE JONES. (Paid Advertisement) I desire to announce my candidacy for re-nomination to Lhe office of Coun- ty Treasurer of Snohomish county sub- ject to the will of the voters at the Re publican primary to be held September 13, 1910, C.L. LAWRY. (Paid Advertisement. ) I hereby announce my candidacy for re-nomination as County Assessor sub- ject to the Republican primary election on Sept. 13, 1910. WM. WHITFIEI.D. (Paid Advertisement. ) For Clerk. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Clerk of Snohomish county subject to the will of the Republican primary W.F. MARTIN. (Paid Advertisement) FOR COUNTY ENGINEER I desire to announce my candidacy for re-nomination to the office of Engi- neer of Snohomish county, subject to the will of the voters at the republican primary. JOHN F. BIRNEY. {Paid Advertisement. ) To the voters of Snohomish county: --I hereby announce myself a candi- date for re-nomination to the office of Sheriff subject to to the republican primaries. G.B. VEERING. (Paid Advertisement) For County Superintendent I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of county superintendent sub ject to the will of the republican cout;- ty primary. GEORGE LANCASTER. Arlington, Wash. (Paid Advertisement) I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of county engineer on the re- publican ticket, subject to the primary election September 13, 1910. ELMER LENFEST, Snohomish, Wash. (Paid Advertisement) I desire to announce my candidacy for nomination to the office of State Senator from the 391h district, state of Washington, subject to the will of the voters at the Republican primary to be held September 13, 1910. A. R. MOORE Granite Falls NO ...... Notice to Creditors IN THE SUPERIOR COURTOF THE .qTATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMI'H. IN PROBATE In the matter of.the estate of Warren Haskell Deceased. NoUde is hereby ,Iven by the undersigned. administratrix of the estate of Warren Haskell deceased, to the creditors: offend all persons having nlaims against said deceased, tO present them with the necessary vouchers within one year after the date of this notice to the under signed,'administratrix, at the office of her at torncy, E. T. Baseom, io the town of Monroe County of Snohomlsh, State Of Washington, said office being the place of the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated this 29th day of July. 1910. MRS. MARY EMILY HASKELL, Adminlstratrix of said estate First pubhcation, July '29, 1910. Last publication, August 26, 1910. Summons for Publication. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF ']-'HE STATE OF WASHINGTON. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. 0 John Graves, Mrs. Emma Mac Williams, Jess Williams, her husband, James H. Graves, Results Graves and E. T. Bascom, Plaintiffs vs. Giles L. Wellington. Margaret A, Welling- ton, his wife, Herman ,llenberg and William i. I'leming, co-partners, constituting a part- nership under lhe firm nam of Allvnberg & Fleming. Philip George. William Ferrell, S, B. Moore. G. W. Cline and H. Wood. Defendants. STATE OF WASHINGTON, to the said Herman Alienberg and William Fleming, co- partners constituting a partnership under the firm name of Allenberg & Fleming and H Wood, the above named defendants. You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days afler the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit. within sixty (60) days after the 8th day of July, A. D. 1910 and defend the above entith.d action in the above entitled court and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiffs and srve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiffs at his office below stated and in ease of your failure so to do judgment will be ren- d( red against you according to the demands of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of this action is to remove clouds from and quiet the title of the following de- crbed premises, situated in Snohomish County, Washington, to wit: Beginning at the intersection of the west bank of the Sultan River wilh the south side of the right-of way of the Great Northern Rail- way; thence running westerly along the south side of said right-of-way seven hunderd and thirty (7,1 feet; thence south easterly at right angles with said Great Northern right-of-way three hundred (300)feet: thence easterly seven hundred and tairty (730) feet, more or less to bank of Sultan River; thence northerly along said bank three hundred (3001 feet to point of beginning, all in the northeast quarter () of section six (6), township twenty-seven (t.71, Range eight (81, containing five (51 acres more or less. E. T. BASCOM, Attorney for Plaintiffs Office and postofflee address, Monroe. Soohom- ish county, Washington. lqOLLITER' 00locky Mountain Tea Nuggea A Busy Medicine for Busy People. BringS Golden Health and Renewed Vigor. A specific for Ccnstlpatlon. Indigestion. Llve .rid Kidney troubles. Pimples. Eczema. Impurt ;Iced, Bad Breath, Sluggish Bowels, Headacl md Backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea in ta let form. 5 cents a box. Genuine made b HOLLIT],, DRU@ COMPANT, Madisoa, Wi t aOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW pr,JI Dr. C. H. Soll PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office and residence DOLLOFF BLDG. Monroe. Wash. E. W. Cox, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office in residence on Lewis street, opposite Monroe Livery Barn. Monroe, Wash. Dr. 1={. S. Stryker DENTIST Office: DOLLOFF BUILDING Monroe Washington E. T. Bascom ATTORNEY AT LAW Bascom-Hallan Building Monroe, - W ash. @. F. Cook Attorney at Law Real Estate and Insurance In Ferguson Building MONROE. WASH. M. J. McGuinness ATTORNEY AT LAW Office, One Door East Penobscot Hotel SNOHOMISH, ASH. E. P. Walker ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Insurance and Real Estate OPPOSITE MeNROE NAT'L RANK MONROE, WASH e H. Mumm, Jr., Pres. [. Friday, loe-Pres. 0. h. Fralley, Sec'y-lreea. COAST ENGINEERING CO. General Engineering and Contracting Surveying. Estimating, Superintending Maps, Plans, Specifications and Blue Printing Both Phones 791 2810 Colby Ave, Everett F. J. BARTELS UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER (LICENSE NO. 76) Res. Sunset 404 Office 64 E. E. Purdy Funeral Directors, Undertakers and Embalmers Prompt attention and perfect service Snohomish, Washington J" A. VANASDLFN, Monroe Ropreseut've Castle Hall Monroe Lodge No. 138 K, 0[ P. Meets every" Tuesday evening m Pythian Hall. All visiting Knights cordially invites to attend. R.E. MCKNNt, C. C. R. H. STAPLTON. K. Ot R. & S. Monroe Lodge 160 A: F. and A. M. Meets the First and Third Wednesdays I. J. OLIVER, W. M. L. M. SANDERS, Sec'y Musical Instruments Complete New Stock of VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, GUITARS, ACCORDEONS These instruments are all good makes and will save you the troub- le of going out of town to buy. Come and try them. S, POWN[LL Monroe Transfer Co E. F. JOtlNSTON, Prop. Transferring, Movin00 and Expressing Read)" at all Times Orders may be left at W.A. Patterson s store. For Sale by T, W .STRANGER