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' ...... " ..... 7 ......................... :Everett. Tent &; ! ; Society and Personal ........ I , "i IH I I' i o 00ro,r 1 O . . t f Tents and " Manufacturers o  ifFhill'lnl '*b hiridc Collar  Aw-:ngs.7 ! Use thephone, mail or hand in solal or personal items 69 Alterations ! for these.columns. 49 & Horse and " agon Covers. Fla,s of All Kinds. i Sherman Moodywas I I nutUHIHOUH00o00.o., OHIVlUOI I" in town Tues- Mrs. B. F. Bird visited in Everett /! I 0[ I [ Wa]s|s i  canvas Goods of Every Description. day. Tuesday. W Charge for Fall $ DuckfAllWidthsandWeights' " Mrs. Regan was down from Sultan Mrs. Ella Spaulding spent Wednes-  I l_  " I I  $ 1501 Hewitt Ave.; Everett, Wash, ', t Cor. Hoyt. oppositeP. O. : Tuesday visiting friends, day in Snohomish. g 1 IThe Store That Saves You Moneyl $1.39 I { t Phone 8103. Res 8131. q -- to look after his Oregon property, was in town Thursday. ] 1 J | B O  A.R. Faussett left early in the week Miss Jennie Buckland, of Snohomish, 14 [ I i I 7& Miss Rosa Belshaw of Everett, sent Miss Eva Flemmg has returned from w/ s -" [dis0n i'h0n00raphs fSU:dd yandMndaylnMnrevisipting abusinesstript:iPrtland" 1 Remarkable Value Giving of New Tallo] ed AN) RE (OR1) s Mrs.'McKean ofSeattle, wasaguest et?7::;ayD:ntg:gTa::2s, frm Ever-L Coats and Suits for Ladies and Yottrtg Lad es Columbia Disc Machines and for a few days at the home of Mrs. Mrs. W. A. Patterson, of Everett, Double Disc Records, Violins, $ Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, visited friends in town this week. Accordions, Harmonicas, Bi- cycles and sheet music, .both Popular and McKinley Edi- tion. :: :: ........ Ill[ MUSIC SIOR[ S. POWNALL Cherry Valley " NUI00SEI(V T. R. 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 Vslley, Wash @@ b@4@@OOee4@00@@4)@@@ Cranes Employment Agency 117 W. Main street, Seattle Wants orders for all kinds of Help. Get the best :: :: Write, Wire or Phone Collect Hightower. Waiter Bloomsburg will return to Pullman for another year in the engi- neering course. Dr. Van der Hurst, of San Francisco, visited this week at the home of Mr. iad Mrs. C. J. Stuart. Art Cedergren, who is now located at Westminster, B. C.. spent a couple of days at home visiting his mother. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Allbee of Seattle spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Allbee's sister, Mrs. Alfred Darling. Miss May Wilkinson returned to her home in Tacoma this week after a month's visit here at the berry farm. E. Morris returned from Wenatchee this week to look after matters here and reports a big fruit harvest in progress. Clyde Buck, who is now working at the mill, expects to take a six week's course in Seattle at saw-hammering and filing. Mr. and Ms. W. John Scott, of Mis- i sissippi, spent several days here with their son, R. J. Scott, while on a sev- eral months' visit in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stuart and wife left at the end of the week after a visit at the berry farm to return to their home in California. They went back by water. Messrs. E. T. Bascom and W. B. Wallace went up to the Skykomish Sat- urday to celebrate the opening of the hunting season well armed but they failed to get anything but a magnificent wetting. John A. Swell was in town Tuesday and discussed the commissionership contest in Sultan by saying that he would put up $100 and pay $1 for every Bennett vote in the town if he were paid 10 cents for every McCulloch vote. He stated that many of the farmers about Sultan were Bennett supporters. New Jewelry Designs,,, This store keeps right up with the times and you can always find here the latest novelties and pretty jewelry patterns. If you are thinking of any special gift giving, you can be sure of find- ing the appropriate thing here. Let us show i you i Constantly a Stable Stock of Silver and Silverware t CARLQUIST BROS., Jewelers it's a surface to be painted, enameled, stained, vamhed, or fmir&ed in any way there's an Acme Quality Kia to  tim urpoa. j ,00/Strong Reasons h?rwFdis 'thoProughly. Sum.r's SUn has remoq.d all eee. 2. Paint perietratcs deeper into dry wood. The deter , goes the bett it holds. 3. Fall weather is ,warm, dry and dependable. Lctle danger of cold, damp, ai das s qvhih danger t durabilO of du paua. 4.. Wet weather decays and de- stroys unprotected surfaces. Lack of paint mtam uig anal 1 daluab le proptr. / 5. Fall painting keeps out winter moisture. e Kreatea enemy to the lt amid lmal fff ll truurt. Ask us about dCME QUILITF HOUSE PdINT. It insures the greatest protection and beauty, at the least cost per year of service. uestiom cheer[ally answere& lhedinoa Hardware Co. Monroe . - - - Wash Miss Viola Barnhart has gone to Se- attle to stay with her sister and attend b/, school. Mrs. I. P. Edholm, of Everett, was 2 in town Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Francis.  O Mrs. A. Holmquist expected to go ov- er to Soap Lake this week to remain a  couple of weeks. Mrs. N. T. Bradley left Thursday morning to return to California again  to spend the winter. D The library ladies will give their an- ' nual reception for. the teachers, Friday D evening, September 20th. {We are showing a complete and exclusive selection of the newest and most fashionable Fall and Winter Coats and Suits. Note the f, f, f, f, N. H. Thedinga was compelled to re- popu ar pr ces. ,,+,+, 2 67 main at his home in Seattle for ten  days by reason of illness. [49  IO: .lil 2 ::: $6 00 to $32 50 ;?"':) i Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Phelps and John ! * s  / Fleming attended the Old Settler's pie- f" ..,+,. nic at Arlington on Labor Day. ,$3:.! '""'! /am Mrs. S.A. Buckand U.S. Buekleft i:!i I Tuesday evening for Michigan where they will make an extended visit. 69  S ' ,,,,,, ,+,  Miss Helen Leduc was sufficiently re-  [.:;i:::;!  ee the New Pheas- : O covered from her accident Sunday to be  'i!:,. nnt Mtnl and ";: 6" moved back to her home from the hos-/ :::,;;).(!7,. .... ' ......... ''':;i pital. 1_ -"   Fur Shad f the week for Bellingham whereshe g 9,/i,   will attend normal school the coming  ", season. Ed. C. Ritchie is in town for a couple efweekscnvalescingafter amnth's 6 SEE OUR I M0flr0'S Litr0st 0uttitters 1 [ $ illnesShospitai.from pneumonia in a Seattle  sPECIAL Ol SPECI?NISTS Mrs" Weber was taken to the hspit- I  :00RH3OES I Men, W0menondChildren , alearly in the week for an :)peration I LOGGERS $ for appendicitis. She is getting along SUPPLIES all right. F N Mrs. R. J. Scott has returned home [,%'*'U, after a three week's visit with her parents at Blaine and camping out on the islands. Miss Cairney is taking a two weeks vacation away from her duties at the hospital and planned a visit m Seattle and at Vanvouver. Mrs. L. P. err went to Vancouver las Saturday to spend a couple of days with her husband who has been over there some time. William Allen, who is planning to move to Kennewick, was kicked by a horse while loading a car Wednesday morning and suffered serious injuries. Miss Bertha Vigel, of Everett, has accepted a position here with Scott & Beall, succeeding Miss Holcomb who has resigned to take an extended rest. C. A. Humphrey spent Sunday and Monday in Kent and Seattle and re- ports the Labor Day parade in Seattle the biggest thing of the kind he ever saw. Messrs. Claude Hallan, Walter Mans- field and George Stuart and Miss Vir- ginia Roe will be Monroe young people in attendance at the state university at Seattle this winter. The Epworth League entertained at the home of Mrs. S. B. Moore. It was planned for a lawn affair but the wet weather compelled the party to retire to the house. A very good program was rendered and all enjoyed a most hospitable evening. Monday evening of this week a very delightful dancing party was given to some of the young people of the High school by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Foresters hall. It was in Spaulding in s honor of Miss Elms Stephens who leaves shortly for Tacoma. The hall was prettily decorated with pennants and Japanese lanterns and the punch booth was draped with the colors of the union high school. The young peo- ple had great fun especially over the "lucky cake" which decided the future profession of the "lucky" ones--all had their fortunes told by a lucky card which was hdden in their napkins. Among the guests was Messrs. Ken- neth and Elmer Startup, from Startup. Mrs. Tom Spaulding was assisted in the entertaining by her sister Mrs, Ella Spaulding. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mereur will surely destroy the ense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surtaces. Such artlcie should never be used except on prescrip- tions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly de- rive from them, Hall's Catarrh Cure. manuiactured. by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0.. contains no mer- cury, and IS InkeD Internally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buylns HaWs Catarrh Cure be sure you get the eouloe. It Is taken Internslly. and made In Toledo Ohlo, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tcetlmontsls free Sold by Druglm. Price, 75. per bottle. " Hall'S FIgS F  tot l;,ltl, tlom. When the bone ache and the Joints are inflamed, with much tenderness at the affected parts, you need a powerful penetrating agent to overcom the attack. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT IS A PAIN RELIEF OF GREAT EFFICACY. Itg wonderful penetrating Dower affords a most gratifying sense of relief to the afflicted. It eases pain quickly, subdues all inflammatory eondll:ions and rapidly restores strength and comfort in the aching Joints. It is equally effective in relieving neuralgia and sciatica. Rub it in well, gently hut thoroughly; its heal!ng and strengthening influence is manifest as soon as it reaches the nerves at the seat of the disturbance. A few applications controls the disorder and restores normal conditions. As a household remedy for curing cuts, wounds, burns, sores or the hundred an4 one accidents that are always occurring to the flesh, it has no superior. Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50 and $1.00 per Bottle. JAMES F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR For Sore Eyes, Granulated Lids, Redness of the Eyeball, Weak Sight, Smartlnr Sensations in the Eyes. ue Stepheas Eye Salve. It Is n remedy of proven met. Sad Drowning Hardly a man or woman in Monroe but mournel Monday when it became known that Oran Jackson had been drowned. Oran was a conscien- tious, energetic and gentlemanly little fellow and he was known and liked by nearly all. The community sorrowed with him when his mother died and now sorrows for him. For some time he lived with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ekman but lataly he has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Person on their ranch in Mr. Forest) where the drowning took place. It will never be known how he drowned. He evidently fell off a bridge on the ranch crossing a slough which is about eight feet above the water which is eight feet deep but very narrow. There is a gate on the bridge to pass which he W. E. MANSFIELD Sacrifice Exch, e ['00ice On Ne Eleetrte I ons For 30 days, from August 10, 1912, we will give you a brand new six-pound electric iron in exchange for your broken or defective iron at a cash price of $2.75. Bring your old iron to the office on Fremont street with $2.75 and get a new iron with the heating element guar- anteed for FIVE YEARS. Regular price of these irons is $3.50. EVERETT GAS COMPANY probably swung around behind the post as he did many times daily, and his hands must have slipped and he must have fallen and been stunned by strik- ing his head on a beam before striking the water as he was a good swimmer. No one saw him and ne was not missed until dinner time when a search was made and his body found in the slough. Mrs. Person was prostrated over the loss. The funeral took place Thursday afternoon from the Congregational church. Dainty little novelties i n jewelry that THE BANK LIQUOR STORE, Fred E. Ferguson, Prop. The Popular Place 0n the C0rn,00r. Highest Quality in Wines, Liquors and Cigars Good Accommodations adjacent in the Monroe Hotel. are suitable for gift giving at Carlquist's. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: o /.