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Monroe, Washington
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Town and Country News a w Wanted--Girl for housework. Apply to Postmaster Stapleton. H.H. Weller, Clothing, Shoes. [ Beseem & Austin sells land. Bring your watch repair work to us. We do it, right, gitchie's. Place you] order for any print- ing needed soon with this office nOW. The bank is the medium for practically all modern business, and the Monoe National is as good as the best. We are agents for the New Home sewing machme. Monroe Furniture Co. Buy a Kodak and get those taking ways, A full line at Camp Bros. Drug Co, Mr. Beall, of the McGowan company, has purchased one of Donovan - PtLtison houses on Blakely street Just received a fine new line of beautiful patterns in dressers and chiffoniers. Monroe Fur- niture Co. Tim TuMco Amusement club has been planning a dramatm performance in order to help along Lhe piano fund in lhe new ball. We have several good buys in close in houses, $750 to $2700. Easy terms. See Monroe Real Estate and Loan Co. We will make you a present of anything you may choose from our store if you find we have mis- represented our sale in an), way. Moody & Moody. Mr. Gladstone Finch, who so strangely disappeared about tLm middle of last month has been seen in pokne where he is v orking in one of the stores. TheSuohomish County Dairy association was organized at a meeting held at the library in Snohomish last Saturday and was started out with a good membership. The next meeting wil! be hekt in Monroe this men th. The members of the higi school board put in a busy da last Friday signing up the cou pon bonds issued for the school building. There were sixty of the bonds for $1,000 each which each has to be signed, together with each of the twenty coupon notes on each bond For Sale-- 1 Cyphers Incuba- tor 250 eggs capacity. 1 Old Trusty Incubator 110 eggs capac- ity. 1 No. 25 Planet Junior Com- bined garden seed planter and cdtiw'tor. 3 Double Brooders 200 chicks each. 1 small cook stove, 1 small heating stove, cooking utensils and dishes and ottmr household goods also a number of smMl tools. Having sold my Poultry R:mch I have no further use lor the above Your home bank, the Monroe National. See Beseem & Austin for the best fire insurance Golden Seal Tablets for a bad stomach. W, E. Mansfield. Men's heavy cotton sex on sale for 7c pair at Mood)'s. Wanted--Four or five good, strong girls at the condenser'. Mrs. Christian, practical ma- turity nursing, Sunsetphone 278. MetFs heavy wool sex during the sale, 2 parrs for 25c, at Moody's. The old couple from Marys- ville, who recently ran away from the county farm, have got mar- ried and agreed to take care of each other See us for optical goods and repair work. We save you 5C err cent. Fit guaranteed. Ritch ie'S Ord.r the Post Intelligencer through thin office and get it and the Monitor Transcript one year for $6.00 Picked Up--Two-year-old red and white heifer; horns cut off. Nick Person, R. F. D. No. 1, Men roe See Monroe Real Estate and Loan Co. for farms, small tracts city lots, residence property and fire insurance. Chas. Kurlz has sold his home at Park Place and has moved his family to the house of Claude Hewitt. One half price on all ladies' misses' and children's tan shoes at Moody's while they last. Hufford's mecream parlor wil be open for business on Sunday. The room has been remodeled and refitted amd you will find it a .most comfortable place to visit. While Congressma Poindex- ter was electioneering in this vicinity Wednesday, Postmaster R. H. Stapleton enjoyed a vaca- tion in Cherry Valley. Our 17 jewel Waltham watch in dust proof case for men at $10 is a snap. Call and see it. Ritch- ie's. Work has been started by Cretney & err on a house for Wm. Brenner in Bounsall's addi- tion. Messrs. Cretney & err are also building one for themselves The Sale still continues at Moody's. Men's heavy 50c and 60c work shirts on sale at 39c at Moody's A. D. S. Hair Reviver the bald man's friend. For sale at drug stores. For a good durable handwov- en hammock go to the Monroe Furniture Co. The new sidewalk makes|a wonderful improvement in the appearance of Main staeet. It is necessary for all voters to be registered if they expect to ttke any part in the Septem her primaries. Get Busy. For Sale--Donkey engine, 10x 12 Washington, now in use. In- quire of Wagner & Wilson, Mon- roe, Wash. The Monroe National Bank's customers are constantly work- ing for the hank. If they like it so well, so will you. Visit Hufford's icecream parlor Sunday and spend a pleasant time. All newly fitted up and in nine shape. The old Great Northern depot at Monroe, which has outlived its usefulness here since the erec tion of the new and more corn modious structure, will be re- movect to the new townsite at Cherry Valley, while the old ater tank will be taken to Mo- ser, a station below Eve.eta, and put in commmsion there. The electric co.npany is fur nishing all day power now great ly to the convenience of local power users The Snoqualmie power will not be taken until the first of October but the local company is trying to de every thing possible to supply local needs properly in the meantime. Miss Ednabel Brogan, who has been staying at the home of Mr. F. A. G:-:rber m Tualco, will give a recital at the opera house on Friday evening, August 12. Miss Brogan is a talented reader and dancer and her appearance before a Monroe audience will be eagerly awaited. E. J, Carlson, of Novelty, was in town last Saturd,y and stated that he had so,d the school board a tract of five acres ou which will be erected a modern country school to cost in the neighbor hood of $8,000. Noyelty is go- ing to be in line with other pros is tim same district, perous portions of this section in :providing as good a school for It ]s rumored that T N Ben "lthe children as can possibly be nett, of Tualco, will be a candi ...... I erecteo.  is planned to model date for the legmlature Mr "" " " lafter tim North BenJ scho)l, Bennett m known as one of the l " which is regarded hi,,hly for strong ranchers of this section, and he would get Rood support,. We are having a special sale on sheetings, bleached and un- b cached, in the 7-4. 8-4, 9 4 and 10 4 The sale on these staples its architectural style and con- venience. Sewer Connections Now is the tite for property articles. Address, E A. C. Wood, Box 8t, Monroe, Wash. We Stand by What We Sell I and ned Goods. We solicit a trial, because we knov we have the best floods, and can save you money on prices. Our principle of doing business is to keep the easterner all the time satisfied. yon will find this true if you patronize tl. Monroe MerGantile Co. )INCORPORATED) ' " --' '-- IP" A. D. S. Kidney pills fore weak back. At drug stores. Wanted--Four or five good, stro,g girls at the condenser. Lost--Last Tuesday afternoon, in Austin's grove across the river', a Masonm charm. Ten doilars reward. J. McKean. For extra heavy tubs, pails, ,,, ,== ,., ,,.. . ,- -, -- .......... boilers and wringers go to the Monroe Furmture Co For Sale--Two good 40foot lots close in on .SEES street Cleared and graded. Louis Dal- GENTLEMEN! :"i t Watch for men? PRICi. $40.00. The finest t Watch in America for the money. i C.E. RITCHIE i | Jeweler gren - Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Stranger, [. Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Win. Broxn, Lafe  Stephens and Miss Garner are  8 East Morn camping in Satan Basin for a couple of week A child that has intestinal worms is handieaped in its growth, A few doses of Whale's Cream Vermifuge destroys and expels worms; the chil5 immedi- ately improves and thrives won- derfully. Price 25c per bottle Sold by W" E. Mansfield- T. J. Mackenz'e was awarded the contract for p]umbing the administration building at the reformatory, The contract was for $1650.00. The Board seemed to be highly pleased ti)at a local man got it as all other contracts went to outside firms, Wm. Cairngy, out in Cherry Valley, came near being minus a i]orse and rig last week when his hired matt borrowed tile same to drive to Snohomish and while d wn there under the influence of something else besides the weather, evidently trk d to dis pose of the outfit. Manager Lang. of the Juvenile Bostonians. an opera organiztion of young girls that is known and highly favored all over the coun- try. was here last week on a fist- ing trip and was so well impres- sed with the town that tm mgned a date for early in September with the local opera house. The roupe played recently at Bel- lingham and was spoken of as one of the best attractions seen there this season. It is a mark- ed oredit to Monroe that such an tttractiou should be billed here and its coming will be awaited ith gret interest, Announcement We desire tJ thank the ladies of Monroe and vicinity for the patronage extended during the past season and can ssure them that we wdl endeavor to meri! their continued trade in the fu- ture. We are going to be away tor the next week buying our fall stock which we expect to put on disphy here about the middle or last of August Fleming Sisters. Musical and Lawn Sial Weather permitting, the M. E. ladies will give a social on Pro fessor Bali's lawn M:in street will last uotil August 15th. Now owners along the line of the WednesdayAugustl0. Refresh is the tame to stock up for win main and sub-sewers to get cot]- ments served in Europe.n style. ter. We are running short on a:nections laid leading to their The "Mendelshon" trio will good many things we have on OroDerty The work can be play on the lawn and at 9 oc!ock sale, so we must add other lines done easier and cheaper no an informal prod, ram will be to take their places Moody & given by Professor B:dl assisted " while the mmns are open than . . . Moody o t o by four of hm pupils m the later and every pr per.y wner . e studm Tke best continual laugh ever giv- should consid r the fact. We en an audience in the Monroe 0pera have the material and men ready House was accorded by the perform- to work and property owners Good Small Tracts ers in "Are You Crazy" Tuesday even- who have not ordered connee ' ! g Ck A/,,, ing. And once again it was proven tions yet should attend to t e == "=' t' / to Monroe amusement lovers that the matter at once. On the New Monroe- new Ooera House management is Dirt for S.Ie Sultan Road. Best bringing to this community a class of We have a large amount of soil in Snohomish entertainments that are the equal of surplus dirt which property county for berries or the majority shown in any of the large owners can secure at a reason- dairying Sound cities People are commenc- able price for fillin and grad r, ,- - -- for ale t.,neap ing to learn that when a show is now log purposes" " ' " e s 6  advert,sed for the Opera House ,t E.C. Dick r. on Address OWNER will be worth attending and that they For Everett Construction Co. i Cof. Monitor-Transcript will miss a splendid evening's amuse ....... ment by staying away. In addition ,;;;=.;;;;;:$;..v.==:ee..vv, 4 to a strong troupe of actors who  X l X |u | made the mixups in the pl0t of the t rD0n iiflflr ll w|nfl i play so funny that the audience fair- t |UUIII iO  [[ ||]] i ly howled the company carries a band that is good and an orchestra that  de Turnl|lOAO delighted those present with a high  J41 /nrOlllO/,IL L class of music that is very seldom  ........... = =  A  A A  A A AAAAAA, AA AA AAAAAA heard m a small town.  ........................ ooO0ooovvoo ............. Washington @ t THE STORE FOR MEN & YOUNG MEN t t [ ...W[LRIi treats v0u WILL,., I i If you are not satisfied with the appearance of $ 4, your clothes, have us take Tour measure for a Suit or t Overcoat to be made as you want it by i Ed. V. Price & Co. Largest tailors in the world of 600D made-to-order clothes You I1 secure superior workmanship, correct fit, : and fine service-value at a very attractive price. Do not delay an early selection of fabric. Exclusive Local Representative i H. H. WELLEIR Clothier, I-Iatter, Men's Furnishings an Shoes I J. A. VANASDLlliIN, Notary Public. J.C. FAI COMER. N,,htvy } , blic ! t ,Monroe. Real Estate & Loan [ 'tmber Lands, Farm and k k Oity Property, Insurancv [ We have good buys in city 1o, Houses [ and Lots. One Acre Tracts. Ten Acre Tracts. i Some fine Residence property in City and ! i Farm Property. i Office. Corner Main and ferry Streets" ; THE MONROE BAZAAR i Opposite Monroe National Bank, formerly J. A, Kindle t W. WESTOVER PROP'R. Children,s Drawers 2-4-6 yrs - I Oc ! Children s Underwaists 4-6-8 yrs - 10c t t Our rest room 00ill be open | Monday for the comfort of the ladies. All are Welcome. ! FORMIRLY TEPHNS HOSPITAL i Monroe, Washington i c. H. Sell, M.D. H.K. STOCKwELL, M. D. A modern hospital for the treatment of medical i medic, el, surgical and obstetrical cases. For Rate Apply to Matron t