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Friday, September 2, 1927. THE MONROE MONITOR . Monroe, Washington Pag Seve V. From Our Correspondents (continued from page six) brother, Orran Addleman and family on Hoods Canal. Mr. and Mrs. Derwood, Rupard, William McCormick and Miss Loraine McCormick motored to, the mountains and spent a few days camping. Earl McCormick and family spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mrs. Rose McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Leake and Mrs. i ]Falls has been visiting relatives in this vicinity the past week. Ruth Larsen has been home from Seattle for a few days. Mrs. Lynn McCormick of Sultan spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mercereau.  .4,. 4,,. 4,.. 4,  .,i,- .4 ..4, SULTAN SELECTIONS * + +4,-+++ ++++++++.4,.+++ Fay Baker's men's clothing store, was breken into about 2 o'clock Men- Rena Ziebell went to Yakima Wed- day night and $300 worth of stock, nesday called there by the death of a consisting of suits, woolen shirts and cousin. . ,] leather jackets were taken. The Dr. Scallon's family, Mrs. ivan ithievcs were followed to Monroe by McCormick IMarshall Hogle of Sultan, who was Evenson and Mrs. Rose were Everett shoppers Monday. /[ accompanied by Clarence Pearsall and Mrs. E. C. Gibson of Snoqualmiek Henry Knuteson, where they were overtaken in front of the city hall. - They were ordered to stop by Mar- shall and failed to obey. Marshall Live Stock and Farm Sales Hogle and his men then opened fire Registered, Grade or Common on the car. The robbers under cover Stock of the fog and darkness jumped from GEO. A. GUE the running car and made their get- Auctioneer away. The abandoned car ran a half Everett, Washington a block turned a corner and ran into 3427 Oaken Ave. Black 1713 a hedge in about 200 feet. The stolen In either buying or selling I goods were found in the car but were zay be of assistance to you badly shot up, all but leather coats J/ worn by the men. A search of the car brought to light a contract for the car which had been bought in Se- ,ttle on lm installment plan by Frank Johnson, $75 had been paid on the LUMBING contract up to June. After whi::a no payments had been made. The car UPPLIES contained a driver's liense made cut to Frank Johnson,'age 23. The alara was given by Charles Kempel, who was arouse0 in the night by the s,am- Install that new--- mind of Baker's front dor. One CaNs of Skykomish was a visi- Bath Tub tor in town Tuesday. Toilet and William Campbell motored to Se- attle on Wednesday and spent the Wash Basin day. Smith's of Monroe moved into the NOW! Fiddler house on Main street recently. Let us inspect your Drain Spouts and Gutters before the rainy season. Hardware Co. Everything in Hardware Monroe, Wash. Mrs. Lulu Turner and Walter Schruberry were married at the Chris- tian church of Snohomish the first of last week. Mrs. Turner is an old resident of Sultan. Mr. Schruberry is the caretaker of the Odd Fellows cemetery at Snohomish. Mrs. Jeff Brown went to the sani- torium near Snohomish last week. Where she expects to stay awhile for her health. At the special meeting of the board of directors of the Sultan Uni, on high school held Friday night at the school, they gave the contract for the heat- ing of the new manual training build- GEORGE H. JERREAD UNDERTAKER SPECIAL AMBULANCE (FOR AMBULANCE SERVICES ONLY) PHONE 1171 110 North Ferry Street, Monroe, Wash. We have added two new shoe lines, reasonably priced, quality and style combined. J. P. SMITH and COPELAND & RYDER MEN'S SHOES MAKING $10 LOOK LIKE $16 Offer a man an immediate GAIN of 60 per cent on an investment and watch the light leap into his eyes. Buying shoes at THIS STORE is just as good a proposition. Reasonably priced from $7.50 to $9.00 CARL JACOBSON MONROE, WASHINGTON m School Supplies .$ BETTER VALUES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE. FOUNTAIN PENS Waterman, Ideal, Parker and Shaeffer The Three Standard Pens Points to Suit the Hand--Price to Suit the Purse Special M. H. S. Monogrammed Loose-Leaf Note Book Orange and Black You Will Appreciate Its Beauty and the Sentiment It Carrier Automatic Pencils--All Standard Makes Tablets and Note Books--All Sizes Complete Supplies For Those Glorious School Days Let Us Help You To Be Ready When the Bell Rings Our Ice Cream Sodas and Sundaes Are Delicious an Refreshing At Your Service All the Time Camp-Riley Drug Co. GRADUATE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Drugs and Gifts MONROE, WASH. ing to Merton Love. Gecrge P. Camp- bell was awarded the contract for painting the building. It was decided to seed the lawn this fall. Mrs. Harold Olson o[ Everett vi- sited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Petitclerc. Miss Jennie Gilchrist and Miss Kel- lum both of Everett were in town on Saturday. Minnie Lindley and Mrs. Nettle Burnstad were callers at the Earl Lindley he.me Monday afternoon. Guy Fields entered high school in Snohomish Monday, staying at the home of Mrs. T. F. Hull of that place. A. E. Shaw and family of Moa:'oe and A. Rittland and family of Ev- erett were guests at the Prochasko 1Vr. and Mrs. Harold Illman are home Sunday. the parents of a baby girl born Sat-[ Miss Alice McCord is with us agaiu urday morning, August 27. after spending a few weeks at Soap George W. Swan of Seattle was a lake. professional visitor here on Thursday. Miss Doris Marsolais of Monroe Two farmers met in town a few visited her parents here on Saturday. i days after a cyclone hit the country- Miss Mi,llie A. Clay of Seattle, who side. will teach in the grade school again "Yes, it did quite a bit of damage this year returned to Sultan the first out our way, said one, reflecti.vely. of the week. She will occupy the "By the way, Hank, was that new little C. C. Anderson house on Third barn of yous injured any?" street. Miss Clay's sister from Cole-i The other shifted his wad of chew- rado will make her home with her ing tobacco. this school year. I "I can't say rightly," he answer- Fred Cromer attended the ball ed slowly. "I ain't found it yet." 'ame in Snohomish on Sunday. t The Sultan ball team have SUS-i K2uu|DnD||u -- E )ended activi, ties for this year. I g Mr. and Mrs. George Me Gilveryl- -" nd Mrs. J. Y. Kennedy and Donald] Kennedy all of Everett visited rela-  -- [ u][`nDL1|[] tives in town briefly. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis W'arner returned W A N T E D for a several days trip to Mr. Rainier Sunday. Miss Garnett Kager and her mther Mrs. A. M. Kager returned recently from a months trip down into Cali- fornia. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lester and son Darrel, who have been camping thi.s summer at Lake Chelan for Mr. Lester's health, returned for a sev- eral days visit here with relatives. Attorney S. J. Brooks of Everett made his professional visit here oh Tuesday. **+++++++++++++++++++ ** MOUNT FOREST ; 4++++++++++ At the election held, at the school WANTED--Will buy old horses and small potatoes. A.L. Backlin, Rt. 1, Carnation. 25-3* FOR RENT FOR RENT--Furnished rooms. 208 Sams street. 26t2" FOR RENT--Furnished house. In- quire this office. FOR RENT--The two flute-room Orr cottages in Park Place. ,, FOR SALE FOR SALE CHEAP--National cash register, Monroe Motors. 26-1 house Wednesday night to vote on FOR SALE--Young pigs and! shoats. consolidation of the hi.gh school stud- i Have them at all times. A. L. Back- ents of this district with the union! lin' RFD No. 1, Carnation. 25-3* high school, 41 votes were cast; 21 FOR SALE--Good Holstein cows, on the affirmative side, 20 on the give 7 gallons milk daily. A.L. negative side. The election was in Backlin, Rt. 1, Carnation. 25-3* charge of Mrs. Jess Smith, chairman; G. H. Bevensee, clerk. FOR S&EE--15-month Guernsey bull, Ted Swanson of Lake Stevens who sell cheap. Alex Schmidt, 1 miles has been visiting at the Nick Person North of Monroe. 25-2* home returned Monday night after a few days visit with his mother, Mrs. ]FOR SALE--Chrysler 70; first class Clara Carlson of Port Madison. 1 mechanically and painted good as Mike Gillert and son Fred drove to anew. OrigilqJ cost $2200; priced at Monroe Saturday. 15950. Phone"1171. Mrs. Jack Coles and C. P. Welever I were business visitors in Seattle. [FOR SALE -- Seven-room modern Wednesday. house, garage, garden, fruit trees, Peter Whuk and daughter Mary, fine location. Inquire of R. L. Bill- visited at the Nick Person home Fri- ings, 230 South Madison St. 19-tf day afternoon. C. P. Welever has purchased 450 White Leghorn pullets from Harold Bates of Bothell. Mr. and Mrs. Niuk Person, the Misses Martha, Mildred, Harriet Nor- berg and Ted Swanson attended the funeral of Carl Swanson of Tacoma in Everett Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilllert aad family called at the Martin Gilbert home aft Park Place Sunday. Olaf Olson of Redmond was a visi- - tor at the Nick Person home Satur- MISCELLANEOUS To the party that took a case of standard eggs out of my woodshed Sunday night, August 28, return same or will prosecute. Swan Johnson. Sharpless Wave Shoppe "For Those Who Care" Expert permanent waving, marcelling and beauty ser- vice. 416-7 MEDICAL-DENTAL BLDG. PHONE MAIN 503 EVERETT, WASHINGTON MILLER RIVER INN On the Skykomish River A comfortable and hospitable vacation place in the mountains Exceptional Fishing M. F. SMITH, Proprietor Miller River, Wash. i i The NIFTY sHOPPE MILLINERY HEMSTITCHING ART GOODS 114 E. Main St., MONROE FOR SALE Sixty- 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 good five- room house on Roberts ave., in good shape. Owner says sell for $1,680, with a small payment down and balance like rent. W, J, WILLIAMS HALLAN BUILDING THE EVERETT BUSINESS COL- lege is well equipped to give courses in thorough business training. Thor- 'oughly trained teachers and well NOTICE OF HEARING, PETITION qualified to prepare y.ou for a good FOR SETTLEMENT AND position. Before going elsewh'ere FOR DISTRIBUTION and maintenance of the minor child of the parties. S. A. BOST,VICK, i Plaintiff's Attorney. 410-411 Colby Building, Everett, Wa- hington. First publicativn July 22, 1927. Last publication September 2, 1927. E. T. BASCOM '11  LAWYER I[ Practices in All Courts I[ 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 First National Bank Building DR.A.M. ZAREMBA Dentist Monroe National Bank Buildil[ MONROE, WASHINGTON 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 will Whip All Orders Promptly' Filled Milk from T. B. Tested Cows L. A. KEECH, Tel 36J1 Monroe i C. H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 693 Best and Prompt Service SNOHOMISH, WASHINGTON day. come in and see us. W'e will train In the Superior Court of the State of " Lester Glover returned to Marys-lyou right. Phone Red 889, 402 Corn- Washington, for Snohomish County. E.E. P U R D Y & S 0 N S ville to attend school after spending:merce Bldg., Everett. 25-tf' No. 7478. the summer here. i In the Matter of the Estate of WIL- U J1 d e r t a k e r s Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith and chil- [HOUSE - MOVING, raising and foun- LIAM DWYER, deceased. Telephone 131 dren Maxine and Verle, Mr. and Mrs.! dation work done. C.L. Berry, 2127 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Snohomish Office: Phone 422 Lloyd Maben and son Jess vi.sited at lBroadway, Everett; phone black 442. E. L. Purdy, administrator of the 21-8t* Estate f William Dwyer, deceased, MeN'ROE, WASHINGTON the C. P. Welever home Wednesday. Home after 6 p. m. C.P. Welever, Orin and Lester Glo- ..... has filed with the above entitled ver drove to Hollywood near Snoho- LEARN BARBERING in school of Court, his report and petition for mish Sunday. highest technical qualifications, distribution in the matter of said I , . r Mr. and Mrs. Nck Person, the I Wrote for particulars. Moler Ba bet estate, and that the Court has fixed l PLUMBING OR SHEET Misses Martha, Mildred and Harriet lSchool, Seattle, Wash. Our new lo- the 19th day of September, 1927, at NoN0erg visited their cottage at Lake]cation M-104, 1st avenue, south, cor- 9:30 A. M., in Department No. 2, at METAL WORK Stevens Sunday. They were accom-iner First and Yesler. 21-tf the Court House in Everett, Snoho- THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. panied by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson mish County, Washington, as the time of Monroe. SUMMONS and place for hearing said report and Monroe, Washington Mr. and Mrs. Jack Armstrong and Ir the Superior Court of the State of petitmn, that the Court in said report son, Jackie of Seattle visited in this Washington in and for the County and petition is asked to settle such vici'nity Sund'ay. of Snchomish. report, distribute the property o The Lloyd Mabon family have E. B. McGill, Plaintiff, vs. T. N. said estate to the party or parties en- TWO DELIVERIES DAILY-- moved to Puyallup. Swale., TheN. A. Stiger and Anna R. titled to the same. Have Your Milk Delivered Jack Coles is erecting a chicken Stiger, his wie, Mary R. Nichols All persons interested in said estat MORNING AND EVENIN house on his place, and John Doe Nichols, her husband, are required to attend at said time Reece Hepler of Snohomish eallea The City of Everett, a municipal and place and present their objee- W. A. N I C K E L at the C. P. Welever home Sunday, corporation, and also the unknown, tions, if any, to said zeport and pc- Phone 471, Monroe, Washingto heirs of any and, all defendants de- tition for distributi.on, otherwise said 44*'; ceased, and "also all other persons report will be approved and said pc- + WOODS CREEK ACRES  or parties unknown claiming any tition granted as prayed. right, title, estate, lien or interest Dated this 18th day of August, # + + + + + + + + + + + + + + in the real estate described in plain- 1927. W. J. W I L L I A M S tiffs ccmplaint herein" adverse to E.L. PURDY, General Insurance Businea O. J. Smith was home Friday night, plaintiffs ownership or any cloud Administrator of the Estate of Notary Public and Licerased Dwyer, Deceased. Real Fastate Broker returning to Hoodsport Saturday. upon plaintiffs title thereto, De- (SealVilliaRAS K A TURNER, Mrs. J. W. Ray left for SaNk, fendants. Hallan Building, Blakely Street Canada, August 25. She will visit The State of Washington to the above Clerk. her two sons and their fami.lis, Ches- named defendants: W.S. MELENDY, Deputy. , ter and Edward Ray; she also visited You and each of you are hereby G. L. Snyder, Attorney of Record. friends in Rexford, Montana, and summoned to appear within sixty First publication Aug. 26, 1927. ,  Newgate, B. C. Mrs. S. Oker called on Mrs. B. Fox (60) days after the date of the first Last publicativn Sept. 9, 1927. publication of this summons to-wit: last Thursday. within sixtr (60) days after the 2nd SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION B. Fox and family left for Hoods- day o September, 1927, and defend In the Superior Court of the State of tort Saturday morning, the above entitled action in the above Washington, in and for Snohomish Mrs. E. Townsend and daughter County. No.- rma came out from Seattle last Sun- entitled court and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiff and serve a ANNIE ANDERSON, Plaintiff vs. - day with Mr. and Mrs. C. Hansen, copy of your answer upon the under- CHARLES W. ANDERSON, De- Glasses, $1.50 -- $2.50 -- $5.00 J. W. Ray and Mr. and Mrs. T. Green signed attorney for plaintiff at his fendant. were supper guests of the Hansens. office below stated, and in case of THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: O.E. WILLIAMS, Jeweler Twenty relatives an neighbors To the above named defendant, :v-our fai.lure so to do" judgment will Monroe, Washington surprised Mrs. J. Gregerson August be rendered against you according to Charles W. Anderson: 30 on her birthday, the demand" of the complaint, which You are hereby summoned to ap +++++ has been filed with the clerk of sam pear within sixty (60) days after the ,b "9. court, date of the first publication of this That the object and purpose of this summons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) " WAGNER MILL NEWS i action is to quiet title in plaintiff and days after the 22nd day of July, 192,, 4 to remove any cloud that may be on and' defend the above entitled action t + + + + the following described premi.ses, to- in the above entitled court, and anN- Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas and wit: East half (E) of the Northeast wer the complaint of the plaintiff and family spent Sunday with Mr. and quarter (NE) of the Northwest serve a copy of your answer on the " Y[rs. Jacob Mortenson of Mr. Forest. quarter (NW) of the Southeast undersigned attorney for the plain- Mr. and Mrs. W. Berg of Everett quarter (SE) of section 36, township tiff, at his office below stated, and visited at the Norling home Sunday. 29 North, range 4 East V. M., less in case of your failure so to do, judg- Olaf Robertson, Joe Karsland and road. Situate in Snohomish county, ment will be reLdered against you ac- Julius Dolman were fishing near Stan Washington and to obtain an order cording to the demand of the com- wood Sunday. and decree of said court, to the effect plaint which has been filed with the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cooper were that you and each of you have no Clerk of said court. guests at the Dolman home Sunday. right, title, claim or interest in or to The bject of said action on the Myron Barter is spending the week said premises or any part therof and part of the plainff is for dvorce in Everett. that you will be forever enjoined and from the defendant upon the ground Mr. and Mrs. H. Barter and family debarred from asserting any claim of non-support, and for the custody R. Lewis of Everett Sunday. whatsoeVer in or to said premes or  i  - r -' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beck and son any part there,of adverse to plaintiffs visited at the home of Mrs. B. ownership. I Verlinde Monday. GLARENCE J. COLEMAN Mrs. Ira Baldwin and children, for- Attorney for Plaintiff, merly of this place, are vi, siting rela- 16-21 Walsh Block, tires and friends here this week. Everett, Washington. i Mrs. Joe Lindley and grandson Date of first publication, Sept. 2, 1927. , Gene Russell accompanied by Mrs. Date of last publication, Oct. 7, 1927. AMBULANCE SERVICE TELEPHONE 2421-1 HOME FUNERAL PARLORS KENNETH WAETERS 223 SOUTH LEWIS ST. Pres. and Mgr. MONROE, WASH.