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Friday, August 12, 1927 THEMONROI MONITOR m Monroe; Washington Pag,, Seven I i it .IL, I. .$ From Our Correspondents (continued from page six) day. Mrs. Phil.lips went on to Se- attle to purchase fall goods for thei, store. Mrs. H. H. Shewbridge and chil- dren of Seattle are spending a month with Mr. Shewbridge at their cottage here. Mrs. R. W. Mitchell spent part of" last week in Seattle. Erwi.n Phillips had the misfortune to fall from a river pier Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John Watkins and son evening and broke his arm. John, Jr. of Arlington spent the week The John Mossop family attended ertd with the William Mercereau ram- the theater in Seattle Sunday. fly. Miss Coyer Harley arrived Tueslay  * * * * " * * from W enatchee for a visit to old!. WOODS CREEK ACRES + Skykomish friends, r" ; Mrs. Bud Peck and baby sou ar-l+++++ rived home Tuesday from La Conner. ] Mrs. W. Salter and daughter Ivy Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pease and from Victoria, B. C. came out with daughters spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Francis and three chil- Mr. Pease's mother in Bellingham. Jldren from Seattle Sunday and visited :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ray. James Rhodes was an Everett visi- tor Saturday. The Jaffee( Clothi'ng company opened up for business last Friday putting on th.eir bargain sales, start- ing this Wednesday. They have a very fine stock of goods. Mrs. A. J. Stanton entertained rela- tives from Minneapolis part of last week. Mrs. S. H. Algyer visiter her mother at Bellingham last week; also The Putman family are out for a vacation at their place from Seattle. About 30 relatives and neighbors surprised Mrs. J. Schwartz Saturday evening, it being her birthday. Mrs. O. Smith's mother Mrs. Rodg- berg, also sister Mrs. W. Bemis with husband and daughter visited at O. Smith home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hansen visiced Mr. and Mrs. T. Green Sunday. visited Seattle friends. The following ladies surprised Mrs. The William Bowers family visited IS. Okev on Saturday last, July 6: J. Gold Bar relatives Sunday. I W. Ray, Mrs. O. J. SmFch and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Wlliam Barnes anhlter Maxine, Mrs. W. Dean, Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lee Quee and lW:agner , Mrs. Hazel Ray and two children were Monroe visitors Sunday. children and Mrs. T. Green. The oc- Mrs. Walter Anderson is entertain- casion was Mrs. Oker's birthday. A ing some little girl friends for the[delicious lunch was served and a week, former Everett neighbors. ,Ipleasant afternoon spent. Mesdames Ed Bradburn, J. B. Wat-, E. C. Day and two daughters, Mrs. kins and Lillie Crisman camped in B. Maertz and Miss Ruth Day from Woodland park at Seattle part of this I Everett, spent Saturday night and week anet attended the many Seattle i Sunday at the home of J. W. Ray and attractions of the week. Mrs. Riclmrd Hocking and son Jack of Seattle were Friday to Sunday guests of the E. G. Hunt family. Mrs. Fellows and daughter June of Everett are guests of Mrs. Fellow's sister, Mrs. J. E. Campbell. Byron Payne and a party of friends spent the week end at Miller river and called on Skykomish friends. Mrs. Pat McEvoy and daughter Alice of Kirklamd and some girl friends spent the week end here. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Cashman and son Ralph attended a family reunion at Lake Stevens Sunday. The  C. C. Raymond family were Lake Stevens and Everett  visitors Sunday. Our local ball team met defeat at T. Green. lrs. O. J. Smith was home with his family Sunday, from HoodSport. The Hansen family were out to their place last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Moe visited Mrs. Moe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Greg- erson on Monday. Mrs. Rrenna from Seattle' visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Greg- i erson on Wednesday. +. MOUNT FOREST ; +++++++++++++++++- Mrs. John Mabon was a business visitor in Everett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson, Mi'zs Langley Sunday by a score to 5-0 in Ellen Olaon of Monroe, Mrs. John favor of Langley. About five car Peterson and children, Christine, Lily, loads of people went from here and had a day's outing as well. Mrs. Cy Wright returned Monday from a week's visit to her mother at Fortson. Ernest Han.dy returned home Sun- day from a visit to relatives at Marysville. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roberts and Mr. Robert's mother were Everett visitors Tuesday. D. J. Manning and son Dallas and daughter Rose visited Skykomish friends Monday and Tuesday and drove to Berne to visit friends. Juluis Schwartz, Miss Louise Four- nier, Mrs. Paul,Fournier, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Newton and daughters, Doris and Ione picnicked Sunday at Grotto. The J. E. Campbell family motored Harold, Carrie and Elaine of Park Place, Miss Viola Lynn of Sultan, Mr. and Mrs. Jock Cbles and children Mildred, Marie., Dorotky and Jack, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Nick Person, the Misses Martha Mildred and Harriet Norberg of Mt. Forest and Gust Clarine pic- nicked at Lake Stevens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Welever have returned from a short trip t Soap Lake. Mrs. Olaf Olson of Wenatchee has been visiting with her father, D. E. Glover for the past few days. Ted Swanson of Lake Stevens, who is recovering from an operation is visiting at the Nick Person home. Jack Coles returned to Alpine Sun- day evening after a week-end visit with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hobson have to Everett Sunday. _moved her___ee from Gray____ss _Harbor. Mr. CO M IN 13 BACK We figure this way: The man who gets a better Used Car than he believed it possible to get, is coming back some day for a new Dodge Brothers Car. C. E. ARMANTROUT Phone Main 258 ' 3014 Rucker Avenue, Everett A USel:! EAI'. 15 ONLY AS 13EPeNrlAlelLff- A5 THE ]DEALER /H0 5E-LL5 IT 'l KEEP COOL --AND-- KEEP SWEET REXALL Factory-to-You Money-Saving Now On Sale All Flavors Sprau's Delicious Ice Cream--Bulk and Brick Our Delicious Sodas and Sundaes Quench the Thirst and Tickle the Palate At Your Service All the Time Camp-Riley Drug Co. GRADUATE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Drugs and Gifts MONROE, WASH. . Hobson owns a garage at Duvalll highest technical qualifications. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION which he is operating, l Write for particulars. Moler Barber FOR DECREE OF DISTRIBUTION Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gellert and:School, Seattle, Wash. Our new lo- In the Superior Court of the State of daughter Eva drove to Monroe Wed- cation M-104, 1st avenue, south, cor- Washi.ngton, in and for the County nesday, ner First and Yesler. 21-tf of Snohomish. No. 7608. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Person and Mrs. In the Matter of the Estate of MEL- Jack Coles motored to Everett Tues- NOTICE TO CREDITORS VIN BAMFORD, Deceased. day. In the Superior Court cf the State of Notice is hereby given that Edgar James Swanson of Big Four called Washington, in and for the County Oren Green and James Bamford, exec- at the Nick Person home Tuesday  of .nohomh. No. 78t4. utcrs of the above entxtled estate have night, i in the Matter of the Estate of filed with the Clerk of said Court Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Welever have GEORGE GAGNE, Deceased. Itheir petition for decree of distribu- gone to Bellingham for a short visit. ! , O CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ttion and that said Court has been Mrs. Lloyd Mabon and son Jess and the unuersigned has been appointed I asked to distribut- th ...... t,, v Mrs. John Mabon spent two days at and has quahfled as admzmstratrixlsaid estate to the arti -, nt'il - Lake Kelcema. They returned home of the estate of George Gagne, de !.^^*-  * : ......... - -:., Saturday. iceased; that all persons havingclaims,executors and that the Court has Miss Gertrude Klivi visited with against said deceased are hereby re- I fixed the 12th day of September, 1927 friends in Everett Tuesday. !quired to serve the same, duly veri-lin Department No. 2 of said court in Connie and Norman Cedergreen I fled, on said administratrix, or her lthe city of Everett, Snohomish called at the Jess Smith home Sun- i attclneys at the address below stated,]County, Washington, at 9:30 o'clock day.  and file the same wih the Clerk of  in tho forenoon as the time and place Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mabon and son I said Court with proof of service I for the hearing of said petition for Jess and Mrs. John Mabon motored,within six month after the date of decree of distri.bution, at which time to Hartford Wednesday. the first publication of this notice, and place any interested party may Mrs. Jack Coles was a business [or the same will be barred, appear and contest the same. I CATHERINE MURPHY, visitor in Monroe Monday. Mrs. Lloyd Mabon and son Jess and I Administratrix. Mrs. John Mabon called at the Jess !Coleman & Fogarty, 16-21 Walsh Smith home Sunday. Block, Everett, Washington. (Cncluded on Page Eight.) IIIII1[ |llllllll|lllfllllllllllln []IIIlUll llllrlllllllllll|lflllllllllllllrllllllUlll I i Classified lllUlmlnDlllltlllUllBlllllUlllllDIIlUllnlllDllllllllllllrqllmnnllDi FOR RENT FOR RENT--New five-room bunga- low. Plenty of wood and water. Caretaker the object. Call on Gib- bons or Hoo.ver at Old Florence Log- ging camp, three miles east of Morn roe. 21-lt FOR RENT- Eight-room modern house; also four-room house with garage. F. M. Hoffee, Maple street. 21-2t FOR SALE FOR SALE--Home canned chicken. Phone 159wl. 21-3t* FOR SALE -- Seven-room modern house, garage, garden, fruit trees, fine location. Inquire of R. L. Bill- ings, 230 South Madison St. 19-tf USED CARS FORD DELIVERY--Will Make good extra car on farm; $35 cash. 1924 CHEVROLET TOURING--Wih Rex top; just like closed car; a bargain at $235. 1924 LIGHT SIX STUDEBAKER ROADSTER -- Newly ducoed; in firsfclass mechanical shape; only $440. . NUGENT CHEVROLET CO. MISCELLANEOUS HOUSE - MOVING, raising and foun- dation work done. C.L. Berry, 2127 Broadway, Everett; phone black 442. Home after 6 p.m. 21-8t* LEARN BARBERING in school of First publicati.on August 12, 1927. Last publication August 26, 1927. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In th Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. No.- In the Matter of the Estate of ER- NEST EDWIN JOHNSTON, De- ceased. r Notice is hereby given that the un- i dersigned has been appointed and has qual!fied as executrix of the estate of Ernest Edwin Johnston, deceased; that all persons having claians against said deceased are hereby re- quied to serve the same, duly veri- fied, on said executrix or her attor- ney at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court with proof of service, within six months after the date of the first publication of the notice or the same will be barred. ANNA LILLIAN JOHNSTON Executri.. Clarence J. Coleman, 16-21 Walsh Block, Everett, Washington. First publication July 29, 1927. Last publication August 12, 1927. FOR SALE Si.xty- three feet frontage on Main street, close in with good house; owner wants to sell and has set a cash price of $1,575, or $1,675 on terms. Four lots and a god five- room house on Roberts ave., in good shape. Owner says sell for $1,680, with a small payment down and balance like rent. FRANK A. TURNER, Clerk of the Superior Court of Sno- h omish County, State of Washington. First publication August 5, 1927. Last publication August 19, 1927. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Snchomish County. In the Matter of the Estate of JULIA AVERY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the es- tate of Julia Avery, deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Ad- ministlator or his attorneys of re- cord at the address below stated, and file the same with tt, e Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. WALTER HINZ, Administrator of said Estate. Address: 1215 American Bank Building, Seattle, Washington. Julian O. Matthews, Attorney for Estate; 1215 American Bank Build- ing, Seattle, Washington. I First publication August 5, 1927. i Last publication August 19, 1927. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL RE- PORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. In the Superdor Court of the State of Washington for the County of Sno- homish. In Probate--No. 7421. I the matter of the Estate of Daniel Schrag, Deceased. Notice is hel'eby given that Marie F. Schrag, executrix of the estate of Daniel Schrag has filed in the of- fice of the clerk of said court her final report and account and petition for distribution, asking the court to settle said report, distribute the W, J, WILLIAMS HALLAN BUILDING OUR CONTRIBUTION $I0000000000000000 THE old-fashioned notion that railroads take everything from the public and give nothing has not been applied to The Milwaukee ,,Road, because those of you in the regions we serve know that we experience your ups and downs as one of you. We are an integral part of this great Northwest; and almost all that we make goes back into the country we serve. Over sixty thousand people maintain this road and keep it in operation. Figure to yourself how many more than that number flepend upon the payroll, because our people are family-lov- ing people---people who own their own homes and automobiles--builders of communities! In the. last ten years these people have been paid by'us the enormous sum of $840,000,0001 We can't begin to figure what this meant to the communities along our way; but it is certain that it has helped materially in their develop- ment. This money has by no means been a free contribution on our part; it is the earned wages of earnest hard-working people whom we are proud to claim as our own. They make it possible for the railroad to" operate; the railroad helps them build up the regions it serves. If "you add to the $840,000,000 spent on the payrolls, the vast expenditures for material and equipment bought within this region, thus sup- porting local industries, and the huge sums spent for state taxes, which means for good roads, schools, etc., then the total contribution made by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad to the Northwest in the last ten years has been $1,500,000,000! The MILWAUKEE Road property to the persons thereto eh titled and to discharge th executrix; and the said report and petition for distribution will be heard on the 12th day of September, 1927, at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon in the court room of the Snohomish county court- house, in Everett, Washington. Dated this 8th day of August, 1927. (Seal) FRANK A. TURNER, Clerk of the Superior Court. By GEO. P. DUBUQUE, Deputy Clerk. Date of first publication Aug. 12, 1927 Date of last publication Aug. 26, 1927. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for Snohomish County. Nc. ANNIE ANDERSON, Plaintiff vs. CHARLES W. ANDERSON, De- fendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: To the above named defendant, Charles W. Anderson: You are hereby summoned to av pear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) days after the 22nd day of July, 192,, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and ans- wer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer n the undersigned attorney for the plain- tiff, at his office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judg- ment will be reLdered against you ac- cording to the demand of the com- plaiat which has been filed with the Clerk of said court. The object of said action on the part of the plaintiff is for dvorce from the defendant upon the ground of non-support, and for the custody and maintenance of the minor child of the parties. "S. A. BOSTWICK, Plaintiff's Attorney. 410-411 Colby Building, Everett, Wa-hington. First publication July 22, 1927. Last publication September 2, 1927. SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. NO. MARY LUCILLE SALTER, Plaintiff versus FRANCIS L. SALTER, De- fendant. The State of Washington: To the above named defendant, FRANCIS L. SALTER. You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum- mons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the first day of July, 1927, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plainti-ff, and serve a "copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgmen? I will be rendered against you accord-' !ing to the demand of the eomplain which has been filed with the Clerk of said court. The object of said action is for a divorce, from the defendant upon the ! i ground of cruelty and non-support. S. A. BOSTWICK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice address: 410- ill Colby Building, Everett, Washing- ton. I First publication July 1, 19.7. i Last publication August 12, 1927. E. T. BASCOM LAWYER Practices in All Courts Monroe, Washington Office Phone Main 318 Residence Phone Red 1122 G. F. COOK LAWYER Notary Public 212 Central Building EVERETT, WASH. PERCY P. COOLEY, M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Monroe, Wash. Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 Office over F:rst National Bank Building KENNETH WALTERS 223 SOUTH LEWIS ST. Pres. and Mgr. MONROE, WASH. HOME FUNERAL PARLORS I I AMBULANCE SERVICE TELEPHONE 2421 DR. C. W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block Monroe Minard Allison, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office Monroe General Hospital Phones: Office 231  Res. 1741 MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY Two Daily Deliveries Whipping Cream that wiil Whip All Orders Promptly Filled Milk from T. B. Tested Cows L. A. KEECH, Tel 36J1 Monroe C. H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 693 Best and Prompt Service SNOHOMISH, WASHINGTON E.E. PURDY&SONS Undertakers Telephone 131 Snohomish Office: Phone 422 MONROE, WASHINGTON L i PLUMBING OR SHEET METAL WORK THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. Monroe, Washington i i 1 TWO DELIVERIES DAILY-- Have Your Milk Delivered MORNING AND EVENING W. A. NICKEL Phone 471, Monroe. Washington F W: J. WILLIAMS General Insurance Busines Notary Public ahd Licensed Real Estate Broker Hallan Building, Blakely Street Glasses, $t.50 -- $2.5O $5.O0 O. E. WILLIAMS, Jeweler Monroe, Washington vm ==ue vm== Taffit me Ouer I I DR'A'M'ZAREMBA ] Dentist Monroe National Bank Building MONROE, WASHINGTON