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r DR, ROBERT&apos;S FLY OIL Keeps The Cows Quiet $1,25 per g, al, W. E. Mansfield THE DRUGGIST H. $, Blackwood Howard Watkins Blackwood &, Watkins The City-Sh0eing Shop On Fremont Street at the corner of Lewis, ih rear of Plumbing Shop General Blacksmiths Expert iorseshoeing Give us a call i .... ...... :MARi : W. I ). IN Sraple and fancy Groceries Now located in the new Bascom-Ilallan BIo'k You will find the new store t a thorqghly modern and up-to-date place at wlfich i to buy your groceries and wilt have all your wants proverly taken care of.] You are invited to call and inspect the store. The best in the City z. .... 'y7 - .... BP-,ADLEYS Paint ..5hop This store is keeping pace with the other improvements ia Monroe and will in the future take a much further advanced position in the Papering and Painting Trade The store is being remodeled and fitted up as a modern display room for the convenience and comfort of our trade. You can come in here and make your paper selec- ions in comfort. The Stock is Cbming in N. T. BRADLEY The J, A, FALGONER CO, Timber Lands Logged-off Lands Farm Lands 1612 1-2 Hewitt Ave. Evereti- Wash, am I rr'e llyatt-Fowclls School &cattle_. ,i ty Soc e and Personal -7,:  , , Use the phone, mail or hand in social or personal items :for these columns. E. Sainden was down from Index Tuesday. George Deering, wife and son were in town wednesday. Mrs. Hainie, formerly Miss Salt, is visiting friends in town. Mrs. A. R. Faussett went to Sultan Wednesday for a short visit. %* Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Buck were over on the island Sunday visiting friends. %* Miss Chalcombe, of Everett, was the guest of the Misses Fleming. Jack Harris arrived back this week from a trip to his old home in Tenne- ssee. Mrs. D.R. Watson and baby left Tuesday for her parent's home in Minnesota for a visit. Mrs. P. Dugan, of St. Paul. has been visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. Frank Wagner. Mrs. C. L. Greybeal and daughter are spending tlie summer at Soap Lake on account of Mrs. Graybeal's health. %* The Misses Leduc will entertain a large number of,the younger crowd at a dancing party at the opera house thi': evening. . . Mr. and Mrs Tom Wallace returned at the end of the week after a pleas ant week enjoying" the mountain scenery at Scenic. Mr. and Mrs. John Cadwell, of Red- lands Calif., were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bascom for a few days preyious to taking a trip to Alaska. %* Dr. Brunson, of Renton, and Mr. Chittenden, of Chehalis, friends of Dr. Sell, paid him a visit Tuesday and attended the K. P. lodge in the evening. *** The Ritchie camp at Index was broken up Monday and Mrs. Ritchie returned home considerably improved for her outing much to the pleasure of her many friends. %* Mrs. smith went up to Index early in the week to organize a Yeomen lodge and wes accompanied by Mrs. L. P. Orr, who remained visiting the crowd at the Griswold camp. Miss Esther Leduc returned this week after a three week's Visit in Ta- coma. Miss Grace Salt arrived t  stay with her early in the week and also to visit her many other friends in Monroe. . . C.A. Missimer, engineer, who is now located at Edmonds, was in town this week running lines for a new logging road in the Stephens-Bird holdings. He was much impressed. with the progress of the town. Mrs. McCloud, of Everett, chaper- Oned a party at a marshmallow bake on the river bank Saturday night. Those in the party were Misses Stuart, Wilkeson, and Vance, of Tacoma, and Lilly, May, Nellie and Eva Fleming and Messrs. Stuart, George, Wilson, Dusenbury and Nicholson. The Anniversary Club, composed of mai-ried people, held its first dance at the opera house Saturday night, and it was declared by those attend- ing to be one of the most pleasant events of the summer season. The hall was very prettily decorated with banks of palms and sweet peas on the stage and comprising a bower where ranch was served. Mesdames E. ttewitt, M. Lundstam, A.B. Sprau, V. E. Ekman and tC. Hewitt had the affair in charge and they worked hard to make the first dance a real sue i cess. The Knights of Pythias will give a Social dance on Saturday Aug. 13. Miss Lulu Dainard and Miss Helen Leduc were up at Index over Sunday. Miss Watson, of Tacoma, visited a few days this week with Mrs. D. R. Watson. %* Mr. and Mrs. 8cougal, of Seattle, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thedinga. %* Mr. and Mrs. Ed. ttite will spend the rest of the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thedinga. J. A. Hess, of Langley, Wash., was in Monroe Thursday, on his .way to take a position in the C. & B. mill. Mrs. and Miss Bailey who were here "lJ ' If .... =-- ................. i ........... ' Miss Lilly Fleming and Mrs, Mc- Cloud left Thursday on an excursion trip to Tacon|a. Elamr Lenfest, of Snohomish, a candidate for county engineer, was in Monroe Thursday. Misses Ida Berg and Agda Stran- berg attended a dance at Mt. Forest Saturday night. Dr. L. L. Stephens was up from Seattle Tuesday looking after busi- ness matters here. Dr. Sell had a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hill, at Everson, while at Bellingham last week. Miss Nan Walsh will leave at the end of the week to join her parents who are now living in Westminster, B. C. "X" X.* Mrk A. A. Tripp an(] daughter Lela, came from Seattle Tuesday evening to visit Mrs. P. Sjostrom for a week. James Farmer ttended the Mili- tary tournament at Tacoma last week Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bailey and Dr. E. Bailey, all of Charles City, Iowa, ar- rived in Monroe this week to "visit their brother, Mr. Arthur Bailey. %4< 2" J.C. Falconer went over to the Island Sunday and returned accom- panied by Mrs. Falconer and party who had been attending the Chautau- qua. They heard Sam Small lecture on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Moore and son camped for a week at Clinton over on Whidby island and enjoyed a splendid outing. B.L. Mon('k wore the day marshal's sar (luring the absence of Mr. Moore. H. I). Matthews was in Seattle Thursday to accept an invitation to serve as one of the vicepresidents of a reception extended the members of r  . the returned L ashmgton (.ongres- sional delegations by the King County, Young Men's Republican Club. Grange Eel Contract for Cheap Powder The state,range has made a he state can have shipments of powder made direct to them from tile factory at a price and terms that will enable them to do vastly more clearing. The success of the grange in securing cheal)er t)owder for ils members will mtrk a decidedly forward .M,e l) it] the cleariu of tim loged off areas. Powder is the ()tie esbenliM in clearing land Lhab is needed by every man who attemt)ts to clear al|y small trzcl. It has been urged repeatedly that if powder could be secured tnore cheapl tl|e clearing l)ro[)osilion would take care of itself. To that end, the officers of the Washingmu Log- ged Off land association have be n working w,lh the Dupont l)eople for severM m,nth past and now the gratlge steps ill and remedies t,m diil'i(',uIly, s far as nlO, lll[)el'.,,; are cotleertled, ill short order. Sallow eoml)lexion comes from bilious impurities in the blood aud the fault lies with the liver and bowels.--they are torpid. Tilemedicit|es that gives results in such cases is Herbine" It is for a visit at Victoria and Portland but came home after a single (lay contract with the Mukilteo pew before returning to there home in somewhat disappointed, i der works to furnish its members Iowa. %* ]with powder for cleariug pur %* Architect Thomas, of the high lposes at a price considerably be- E. M. Stephens, Thomas Bird and school, was up this week looking]low the usual etail price of E. T. Bascom left Tuesday for Taco- after the building He reports that lblasting powder Under the ma to attend the Republican state!delay has been caused in receiving l terms of the conlract, members convention as delegates. I ( , " ' l materlal, of the ,ran,,e in any t)ortion of a fine liver stimulant and bowel re:ulator. Price 50c. Sold by W" E Mansneld. The Kodak way makes picture making a pleasure and can be done easily at home. Trade sup 1)lied by Camp tiros. Drug (2o. , -4b,--,.4b--,,. , CI0sin0 out Sale 0I 6r0ceries i Retir, ng From Business cost I'rice 0, I00verythino in the St0re I I am going to sell off my stock and retire from active business, and Commenci,o" Monday, Auoust ist I will offer my entire stock to the trade of Monroe and vicinity at cost. This is the one great chance to secure all the finest grades of food supply ever offered in Monroe. Every practical, econom- ical housewife will want to take advantage of the sale and all can secure an equal  chance in the great bargains offered. E iEi00iiii ii00iiilC[! Be on Hand Early and Get Your Share of the Good Things. CASH SALES ONLY In closing up my business it is absolutely necessary that all out- standing accounts be taken care of within a short time, and persons l [ owing me are requested to make settlement as soon as possible. M LUNDsTAM " t