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Insure Your Buildinos NOW Before Dry Weather Comes in Reliable Companies Queen, of New York; Connecticut, of Hartford; Aachen & Mun- ich, of Aix la Chappell G. F. COOK, Agent Ferguson Bldg. - Monroe 4@@@@@@@@@@@@44 C. A. COLE, Proprietor X ana i  Horse and Wagon Covers.  Flags of All Kinds. i J Canvas Goods of Every Descriptiov. Duck of All Widths and Weights. X 1501 Hewitt Ave., Everett, Wash. I Cor. Hoyt. opposite P.O. • t Phone8103. Res. 8131. [dison Fhonooraphs AND RECORDS Columbia Disc Machines and Double Disc Records,Violins, Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, Accordions, Harmonicas, Bi- cycles and sheet music, both Popular and McKinley Edi- tion. :: :: :: :: :: :: TH[ MUSIC STOII[ 5. POWNALL @@41-@@@-@@b@@@@@@@@@@ Cherry Valley N U.RSERY HOPKINS, Prop. All varieties of Fruit Trees and Shrubbery. All stock guaranteed true to label. For shrubs and ornamental trees Phone T. R. HOPKINS Cherry Valley, Wash. 4MMeO @@4 @@@@@4Hb@@@@@@@4b 4 r Castle Hall Monroe Lodge No. 138 K, 0f P. Meets every Tuesday evemng m Pythfah Hall. All visiting Knights cordially invited to attend. U.S. BUCK, C C. J. W COLEMAN. K. Of R. & S. Cranes Employment Agency 117 W. Main street, Seattle Wants orders for all kinds of Help. Get the best :: :: Write, Wire or Phone Collect TOLT TOWN AND COUNTY PROPERTY C. A. Fausse t t, Agt. TOLT, WASH. C. H. Graves ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over Monroe National Bank MONROE, - - WASH. E. T. BASCOM ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Bascom-Hallan Building Monroe, Wash. Dr. John Moulton DENTIST Offices; DOLLOFF BLDG. Monroe Washington JOSEPH V. BIRD LAWYER Notary Public 406 American Bank Bldg. Everett, Wn. Society and Personal , ------- ! Just Hansen o ; H f h" Id ,q fortheaecolumns..  i 00WWe0OlllUtbiilUOUUUOIIl00lUO Mrs. H. H. Weller visited in Everett Dr. Musgrove was down from Sultan Wednesday. Wednesday. 36 in. MONROE, WASHINGTON 25[; Mr. and Mrs. Bently ware in Everett Lon C. Brown and C. Boyd, of Du-  Wide to Saturday evening, vall, werevisitorsintownMonday. ,, 50cYd. TheStoreThatSasesY:uMoney $2.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson visited Mrs. I. E. Taylor left Tuesday for   friends at Redmond at the end of the Chehalis where she will visit relatmns.  week. Mrs. Frank Harris, ofSpokane, has'',00a00 500ds R0i[[]] 0 [very o Mrs. H. Stone, of Everett, was a been the guest this week of Mrs. E. P. 6_ guest last week of Mrs. F. A. Gerber Walker. in Tualco. " bliss Etta White, from Tolt, is visit- 6_ _ Mrs. Merrifield and daughter-in-law, ing her cousin, Miss Elma Stephens of Seattle, were visiting friends here this week. " ) this week. Miss Anna JoGs, of Portland, Ore., 6" We have just received a handsome r ** , .... _ D Prof. Alexander Ball left for Port was in town last week visiting Mr. and  lot of new one-piece Serge Dresses for lleW lvjen s t00mtnmg Angeles the end of last week to give Mrs. J. P. JoGs. Lad,ca and Misses Every one a d]f nr f r 49 "Cinderalla." Miss Martha Hendrickson of Wag- _ " " We are sole agents in Mo oe o c.H. Nygaard and wife left this ner s mill spent two days in Everett iCI'CFIt stvle, and they are surely won f week for Tacoma where they will make attending the Sangerfest. [111 " " the famous Alfred Benjamin Clothing, / their futurehome. Wm. J. Wiseman arrived this week  derful values at second to none in quality and the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hook and daughter from Seattle to succeed Operator of Seattle, were the guestsof Monroe Nichols as telegraph man at the G. N. b7  $7 50 prices to suit the most shrewd buyer. friends last week. depot. * d D. F. Lane has sold out his interests Mrs. S. S. Gauthier has had as visit- S 12 O0 to $38 50 in the restaurant and is back at work or her sister-in-law Mrs. Butler, of We $9 50 on the laundry wagon, natchee who has been at the Everett 49 " • • Thurston Holmquist is enjoying a h°spital" 2 $12 00 two week's vacation with his parent,% A party of young people "hit the  • Mr. and Mrs. A. Holmquist. trail" for Lake Hannah Wednesday 69 Messrs. Chester and Robert Ellen- morning and camped out over night $15 00 Regular $2.50 and $3.00 O o, 00e00tt,e 00.ont Santa. a, return,o00 next O " home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sttmrt. W.W. Eddy and Ray C. Kurtz went o Waists to Close 89c up to Index Wednesday evening for a  N. T. Bradley spent several days at couple of days fishing. Mr. Kurtz is Index combining business with pleasure There are just five dozen in this while doing some work on the Redmen now having his vacation. [1 * hall. Mrs. Nella Spaulding, Mrs. William  lot that are clean, new waists made of Miss Hult, who has been seriously ill Shepler and other Monroe visitors in Seattle this week report that the Queen 69 fine lawn, long sleeves and high neck, in Seattle for a long time, is now able City seems quieter than at any time in 9 dainty embroidery and lace trimmed, to be about and is visiting here for the recent years.  )resent.  to close. Mrs. R. J. Scott who has been in Se- Members of the Knights of Pythias present Tuesday evening were delight- 69 ttle again for a couple of weeks get- fully entertained at a banquet at the 6 " thetingmedical attenti°n returned early in Cadillac h°tel bY retiring Chancel°rweek. Commander o. Price 89c Mrs. Weber returned from a couple Miss Margaret Bird, of Everett, 6 of weeks outing Tuesday and left  Money Back if rurchase is[ ;:w spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Thursday for Vancouver to vimt her C.A. Griswold. She will relieve Mrs. daughter, Mrs. James Herb. Daily at the switch board of the Inde- ]000,r not [nhrely Sahsfact,ry Mr. and Mrs. Sorinson and children, pendent telepone office for a few days. SUPPLIES • s • WEAR FOR andthe Misses Olgaand Ester Peter- W.A. Rosshas resignedhisposition G2 A MVXr ^XD son, all from Edmonds, are visiting this with the Mercantile Co. and is moving SPECIALTY week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. to Duvall. On leaving this week Mr. 6_ Holmquist. and Mrs. Ross were presented with a Mrs. Ella Spaulding and Miss Della beautiful cut glass dish as a token of Spauldirg left Thursday evening for esteem by the Mercantile men. ilN Oregon where they will take a trip Mrs. I. Brumbaugh returned th's down the Columbia river to Astoria week fromeastofthemountainswhere GOOd Slock No6dBd and from there to the beach, she has been with her husband and Mrs. A. C. AcAtee, mother of Mrs. other Monroe people on claims taken [0[ SHCCOSSfUI Farm Robert Stapleton, returned to her home up several years ago. She will visit in Centralia, Wash. after a two week's relatives here for a time but the fami- visit in Monroe. Joe and Bert Staple- ly expect to live on the east side. ton accompied her and will remain for KNOW a short time. Mr. Martinson from the Hawiian Geo. Severance, Western Washington More Than Th Wh Island a friend of W. P. Koch, was in Experiment Station 1,375,000 Od O Mrs. H. R. Taylor, of Cherry Valley, town this week visiting friends of the Now , Buy De Level Separators entertained at dinner a" week ago in latter to whom he brought introduc- The importance of using good stock U$o honor of her mother, Mrs. B. Paulson, tions. He expressed the belief that cannot be too strongly urged whether Creamerymen--Became they are experts in the hand- of Seattle, who was visiting her and Miss Della Hart might return with him of plants or animals. Many of our ling o[ cream and know by long experience that the whose seventieth birthday as cele- and his wife to be married to Mr, Koch. dairymen are coming to appreciate this De Laval skims cleanest and wears Ion0ed. That is why brated, fact very freely yet the majority do 98% of the World's creameries use the De Laval exehaively. In honor of Mr. Austin's sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Touchette have not yet fully appreciate it and only a I Experienced Dairymen--The De Laval is the universal Darhy, Mrs. J. P. Austin gave a very been enjoying the company of a number very few of the most progressive crop ] . pleasant afternoon to a number of of guests this week at their home at producers appreciate the point. ] willlav°ritegive amongthem suchbig dairymen.satldactory service.They know that no other separator ladies Wednesday. The ladies were the Wagner & Wilson mill. The visit- A good cow is one that can consume, [ Old De Level Users--Whenever a man who has met] an old ors were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Peer asked to bring their sewing and the digest, assimilate and manufacture in-I model De Lavai decides to purchase a later style machine he time passed pleasantly with sewing of Seattle, Mrs. E. E. Fick of Seattle, to milk a large quantity of food. Cows I invariably buy another De Laval. sister of Mrs. Touchette, and Mrs. F. of equal size and age require about I and talking and music. Refreshments j. Campbell of Sumas. equal amounts of food to maintain their I Men Wh9 Investigate -- l[ anyone takes were served. L. H. Young, of the Monroe Grocery A very pleasant surprise party was life procession. It is evident then that the time to investigate the merits o| the variom Co., is expecting his father, A. J. given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- the charge per quart against the prod- creammer whateParat°rs'kind deitherservicebY thelrfindingmachines°ut |rOmhaveOther Young out from Tennessee shortly to liam Casady last Friday night by about ace of a cow yielding 10,000 lbs. of given or by testing other machines join him and make his home here. The twenty of the Yoemen Lodge members, milk will be only one half as much as gentleman planned to come sooner but It was to celebrate Mrs. Casady's against the produce of a cow yielding chances°at againStare rhea hundredDe Laval,to onethe has been filling a term as postmaster birthday and the evening was spent in 5000 lbs. of milk per annum. In a gen- that his choice will be the and could not get away until his sue- playing pedro. A lovely lunch was eral way nearly all dairymen recognize De Level. cessor was named, served by Mrs. Casady which was that some cows are "star boarders" Mrs. E. P. Walker entertained very brought by the guests. After lunch but do not appreciate that many cheap More De Level machines , easiest k pleasantly Tuesday afternoon at her the prizes were given Mrs. Ruth Smith cows pey so little beyond the cost of gte in me than any other wah, skim,, [ home on Sam 'treet, a number of ladies i carrying away first and Mrs. Rice sec- maintenance that five or six such cows make. There is a e' ¢|earles; in honor of her guest, Mrs. Harris, of ond. Mrs. Casady was presented with are required to produce as much net Come in and we will 10u,t$ the Ionc]e$1 Spokane. It was a musical and all a lovely bracelet by the members and profit as one real good one. Most of tell you thoroughly enjoyed the different selec-her son, Roy. our dairymen would make more net Why. SOONER OR LATER revenue if they had the investment YO--IW|LL.--BUYA tions that were rendered. Refresh- The Knights of Pythias and Pythian that they invested in cheap stock in- D:E LAVAL ments were served. Sisters held joint installation of officers vested in a less number of heavy, pro- Among recent visitors to the State Wednesday evening and celebrated the ducers. ,.rt, 00u00,or Stephens Hdwe Co Inc Mr. Winfield R. Smith, a leading Seat- The new officers in the Knights are: L. Of course the ultimate improvement • • • tle attorney, his wife and son, and Mr. A. Badgley, C. C.; H. C. Tooker, V. C. of this situation will depend upon MONROE and Mrs. Lace, also of Seattle. They Wayne Waite, Prelate; R. V. Thomp- greater attention being paid to breeding were making a tour of the state by au- son, Master at Arms; C. E. Ritchie, M. from our best producers instead of kil- ' tomobile and stopped to visit the big of W.; F. J. Barrels, I. G.; U. S. Buck, ling all their calves. The total num- @€€€,,$$€#$#$$,€##,€,$,#€,$€€€; ber of good cows will not be increased busy in,titution on the hill. Afterbe- O.G. For the Sisters: Bessie Austin, MONROE GENERAL HOSPITAL ing shown over the institution by Supt. P.C.; Hannah T. Moore, M. E. C.; nor the situation improved by the mere Roe, all members of the party expres- Katie Mackenzie, E.S.; Carrie Hb- buying and selling of cows now in ser- vice but the necessary steps towards sed themselves as most agreeably sur- bitts, E. J.; Minnie Buck, Manager; Monroe, Washington )rised and please to know that we Alice Mansfield, M. of R. & C.; Eliza an improvement will follow more quick- have a state institution of such breadth Shumaker, M. of T.; Hilda Swanson, ly wth a fuller appreciation of the im- of scope and height of purpose, and Proctor; Maggie Engle, Guard; Carrie portance of high class cows and a one in which the buildings are being Crow, pianist, strenuous competition for the best stock C. H_ SOLL, M.D. H.K. STOCKwELL, M. D. built so permanently, available. A vast amount of ill health is due Church Notes Bids Wanted for Supply A modern hospital for the treatment of medical, to impaired digestion. When the CONGREGATIONAL of Coal and Wood surgical and obstetrical cases. stomach fails to perform its functions Mr. Whir H. Clark will have charge For Rate- Apply to Matron properly the whole system becomes de- of the service next Sunday morning and School district No. 2, Snohomish ranged. A few doses of Chamberlain's Mr. F. F. Nalder will speak on the county will receive bids until August $$€€#€$$$$$€$$$$$$€$$$$€$$$$$$$$; Tablets is all you need. They strength- theme Life Lessons of a Great Poem, 17th for 50 tons of coal, 30 tons of stove en your digestion, invigorate your liver, an interpretation of Tennyson's Ulys- coal to be delivered at up town school ............   I and regulate your bowels, entirely do- sea. buildings and 20 tons of furnace coal at l] .... " . On all •hipmenta to or from the aat lag away with that miserable feeling SWEDISH MISSION Park Place school and also 50 cords of /ll[ll The Seattle Drayage & due to faulty digestion. Try it. Many 16-inch dry wood. Board reserves right i} HJlII Storage Co., Seattle, Wash. others have been permanently cured Rev. P. Lendh, of Everett, will to reject any or all bids. ][[]][][][[I]]]]J][]][[l][[[ll will ave you from 20 to 40 per cent. --why not you? For sale by W. E. preach in the Swedish church next J.C. FALCONER, Clerk. -, OgO) ; Trireme Mansfield. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Monroe, Wash. --rK(i  - ''" - ...........