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I I i II I I I T I I I I I I I I ............. St00rnmer 00Suns SOCIETY AND PERSONAL ...... , , __ HE IONITOR will b glad to pul,lish free all notes of re( s, weddings, out-of-I ,wn guests social events i loge personals, etc., in these columns. Eit er send in by mail, te or hand in to the office as early in the week as possible. _____ 7 see his friend. He is located at Sno- M fi n . '  / Dan Williams was up last Friday to ! ml n  ,C  ,,  7 , "  "-I homish. ** I Viii W ' Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Names of Clin- Winter THE IONITOR will be glad to publish free all notes of receptions, parties, weddings, out-of-town guests, social events i lodge circles, Either send in by mail, telephone, briug summer burns, freckles, sun- ton county, Iowa, are visiting relatives burns, i)-i+'kley heat and tan. Men in town. Mr. Names is a brother of don't mind these so much as the Mrs. E. J. Altizer, and an uncle of H. fair sex, but freckles spoil the com- plexion. The best way to provide E. and W. R. Pearsall and Mrs. G. W. against the ravages of the sun is to Mack. Mrs. Names was a sister of get from us the necessary remedies. These we make a specialty of at this time. We have Salves and Cold E?: S " MAIN STREET the late Martin V. Phillips. Mrs. E. A. Roberts left Wednesday The Monitor is only One Dollar a year. Underwear Creatns that quickly remove fleck- les and tan. Everything in the noon for a three weeks visit with rela- l)rug and Medicine line in the best tires and friends in Spokane. qualities. %* I Rev. W. L. Richardson this week! Heavy Wool attended the meeting of the State tteavy Cotton Congregational Association at Belling- Light Wool W. [. MAJOrs[liED ham. *** Medium Wool THE DRUGGIST Miss Leah Bakeman, who is attend- ing school in Snohomish, came up to o spend the week end vacation with her parents. = HARDY EHGLISH *'* Several of Miss Alice Robbins's All Other Kinds of WALN[ ! TREES friends gathered at her home at the Winter Wear county farm last Monday evening as a farewell party. The evening was Three Years Old, Imported enjoyed with music and games, and at from France, Suitable for this section. 10:30 melons were served. All re- ported a glorious time. Miss Alice , T. r. (PK[NS left Tuesdayforamonth'svisitather E DOLLOFF & CO old home in Marysville, after which . * Cherry Valley Nursery she will go to Los Angeles, California, I 1 I for the winter. Those present were: The Misses Lilly, Edna and Clara Mack, Rev. J. McKean attended the M. F. LulaWebber and Minnie Teeple; Mes- general conference in Seattle last ....................... dames Leslie Main, Ray and Kirch; week. " Winter Supply Now in of %* * Messrs. Kirch, Myron Ekman, Sam ; BLAN00 ETS AND ROLES Householder and Axel Normark. Jack Dunstan, the Fall City mer- %. chant, is down today, looking very well. i r000nr0e Harness & $[:0e Works Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Follette enter- E. H. N1MS, Proprietor tained at dinner Wednesday, Mr. and J.E. Dolloff and family returned .......................... Mrs. Daniel Names, Mr and Mrs. E. from their eastern trip last night, J. Altizer, Mrs. Viola Mack and Mas- having been gone six weeks. l00Ionroe Livery, :Feed ter Bertie Mack. Mr. and Mrs. Names ..... and Sale Stable are aunt and uncle of Mrs. Follette. - WHEN MABEL SKATES' Plates were laid for eight. J. P. JOOS, Propr. . . Arceand the block there's sense of woe * +here next wIU fall the sickening blow Rigs of all kinds at reasonable rates. Mrs. George Hayes and daughter, we dread to think, we fear to know, Since :Mabel got her skates. Special attention to commercial men. Leh, left Tuesday for Vancouver The children all have ceased their play. BOTH PIIONES Wash., to make their home. Mr On doorsteps now they sit all day. Hayes will follow about the 1st of Their playmate doggies sneak away Since lIabel got her skates. === =:==----:--= :===:===:------ = next month. I VICTOR EKM:AN %. For, running like an engine wild, She's bowled down many a hapless child[ CARPENTER, BUILDER AND Mrs. J. F. Warner of Sultan was And 'midst her havoc beamed and smiled, CONTRACTOR visiting friends in town Tuesday and Rash Mabel on her skates. Her outset I can hear afar. Cabinet Work of all kinds at lowest Wednesday. Like loosing of the dogs of war, prices. Furnituerepaired. New Fur- * * Like flying squadron, clattering car, # niture hand made. Prices to suit the * + : customers. Shop oa Lewis Street Robert B. Burns, a large timber When Mabel's donned her skates. # With far less fear I think I'd see ........................ +" dealer of St. Paul, is visiting the Rob- Sw, round th, corner down on ml erts brothers, they having been raised A charge of Cossack cavalry Than Mabel on her skatem.   "'  together in Iowa. The danger great to shun and flee, ' ** I leave her all the sidewalk free, V. Richards, night man at the de- II'he center of the street for me When :Mabel wears her skate. ' pot, left on a vacation Tuesday, L. S. ut yet she takes me unaware. Martin taking his place. TIn I, with shriek of wad despair, *** Instinctive Jump three feet in air From Iabel and her skates. Agent A. L. Lee is waiting for a a+t eve .h nearly broke her knee. J"/N -H relief man to take a month's vacation. And thus a ray of hope we see  / r/  [ He intends to go to St. Paul. And coming sweet delivery From Mabel and her skate. l//!l " ' - |11I] Mr. William Bergerson and Mrs. No a Co,raeor. Anna Ross were married at the Con- gregational parsonage by Rev. W. L. The New :00tyles Richardson, Saturday evening, Sep- tember 14th. They will live in Mrs. of Wall r)  raper Hetnt00's 00ouse, corner Perry and tIAVE BEEN RECEIVED mont streets. Cashier W. E. Waddell of the Men- Paints, Oils, Varnishes, roe State Bank left Tuesday morning Brushes and Glass for a two weeks vacation with rela- tives in Tacoma and other places in Picture Frames, Room Mouldings the tate. J.A. Norway of Everett has taken Mr. Waddell's place in his absence. N T BR/00DLEY "'" Centlped--Here, boy, I want my Ers. L. 0. Dahlgren of Cambridge, shoes shined. | I Mass., arrived Friday for a visit with Boy--Den ye'll have t' go t' de blackta' faet'ry; I don't do nowhole- Contracting Painter and her son, Louis Dahlgren, and daughter sale Jobs.--Kansas City Times. Paper Hanger Mrs. H. S. Tallman. *** harged Up to Him. ..... : ....... ++ 0+ o* ++ + BATHS, L VA]ORIES mountain inn was showing the new kant Tuesday evening, bringing with guest the beautiful surroundings. her her daughter, Mrs. C. It. Uhlman "Ah, these cliffs!" said the proprie- : glllllblNb AND CLOSETS "* tor rapturously. "In an electrical storm they are awe inspiring. The * T.S. Faussett left yesterday on next time a storm rises see that you horseback for a trip east of the moun- are standing on the porch of the inn. First Class Plumbing hi, Reasonable Prices tins, for the purpose of regaining his Why, sir, the air Is always heavily charged." Sheet Metal and Tin Work health. "I don't doubt It," laughed the new done to order %* guest, winking at another late arrival, State Deput7 Horticulturist Riggl "and if I don't happen to ue standing Sunset Phone 64 spent Thursday in Monroe at the Great on the porch I can feel assured that it T J MaeksI1Zj8 Northern BerrTFarm. will be heavily charged anyway--on li il, *** my blll."-=Detrqit Tribune. A. W. Mrgan of Snohomish is in Sore Nipples and Chapped liands town today with his hunting togs on. A, quickly cured by applying Chamberlain's ** Salve. Try it; it is a success. Price 25 cents. Mrs. B. F. Howard spent Sunday in SOre Npples and Chapped Hands Sultan at the home of Mrs. N. Canon. A quickly cured by applying Chamberlain'm 8sly=. Tr it; it is a succc. Price 25 cents. [ I I II I I d I Ill III  - ' ...... THE HALL OF FAME. Jake Kilrain, the ex-pugillst, is now a special policeman in Somerville, Mass. Judge Craig Piddle, who has served continuously on the Philadelphia bench for more than a quarter of a century, recently celebrated the eighty-fourth nnuiversary of his birthday. During the honeymoon trlp of IIo. William Bourke Cockran to Europe and Egypt he spent part of the time with his wife in a tent on the desert of Sa- hara for the benefit of Mrs. Cockran's henith. In the Will of Moses B. I. Goddard of Providence are mentioned his broth- ers, Robert It. I. Goddard and P. I. Goddard--a remarkable inslae of multplicity of individual names 1/ one family. Among the textile kings of New End- land is Walter It. Langshaw of Ne Bedford, Mass. He rose rapidly frot the position of barefooted bobbin bo to a man who now controls the most successful cotton mill in the world. Although there are standing orders for lllS arrest and imprisonment If he ig found on Spanish soil, Don Jalme, the eldest son of Don Carlos, the fa- mous pretender to the throne, vls:'ts Spain as often as he likes and with lra- punlty. ear Admiral Sands of the Navl academy has his way about the aboll- ties of Japanese wrestling as a pat2 of the athletic training. The old fort of American wrestling will be restored and Pzesldent Roosevelt's Ins truc0r, YaroasMta, will not return. D'r. Achilles-Rose of New York ha bee:a elected the corresponding mem- ber of the Medical Society of Athens [.a recognition of his labors to reform tJ,-o te.:2nical medical language of pbyi. class. This society is one of the |earl. inS. medical organizations in the world. .4. wonderful collection of rare. old prints and miniatures is possessed by Marshall Hall of England. Of repeat- Ing vcntches he has some dozens, oe f which belonged to Bobesplerre. Th,fy aze in every variety of ease, several being of enamel, perforated to let out the sound. Earl de Grey is declared to be the finest shot in the United Kingdom and unites with his love of sport a passion for music. The future Marquis of ipon is computed to have shot over 300,000 head of game In thirty years nd has been known t kill 920 zabbits with 1,000 cartridges at one sh)ot. II I'  I , Advertised Letter List. Monroe, Wash., Sept. 16, 1907. The following lcttm's are uncalled for at this office: Miss L. Cleveland. Louis Cecil. Vinton L. Faulkner. Slim Gowen. J. Gardlund. Miss Lillian Hall. Dora Hultz. Wallace Knapp. Carl 01sen. Dan 0'Nell. Albert E. Stevens. Colin A. Stewart. When calling for the above, please say advertised. ROBT. It. STAPLETON, t'. M. %ttack of Diarrhoea Cured by One Dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea I{emcdy I was so weak from an attack of diar- rhoea that I could scarcely attend to my duties, when I took a dose of Cham- berlaih's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me entirely and 1 had been taking other medicine for nine days without relief. I heartily recommend this remedy as being the best to my knowledge for bowel com- plaints,--R. G. STEWART, of the firm of Stewart & Pro., Greenville, Ala. For sale by .E.A. Roberts, druggist. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Beckwilh Round Oak COAL AND WOOD HEATING STOVES SHORT STORIES. The United States holds the world's record for traffic on inland waters. The amount of money paid annually to the world's rulers amoup.|s lo $80,- 000,000. In the two seconds that it takes a man to light a cigar he is ca'rled thir- ty-six miles around the sun. The senate of Uruguay has approved a bill abolishing the death penalty both in civil and army Jurisdiction. The Houston Post tells of a Jack rabbit that fell into the water and was instantly swallowed by a Texas black bass. Government officials who have here- tofore had no expense alloance for tipping on Pullman cars will hereafter be allowed 40 cents a dy for that purpose. There were 130 camps and road. houses in Alaska provided ith tele- phones, in addition to maay business houses, residences and callas situated wlthtu the limits of the larger camps. The main exchange is at Nome. Skag- way and Whltehorse are  onuected by telephone. PITH AND POINT. A newcomer in a towl can never make much of a hit by t,lllng how to improve it. Men may not have as much curiosity as women, but there has be,n no com- plaint that men haven't enough. There are many ways Jut as effec- tual for strengthening friendship as pointing out errors iu grammatical usage. There are very few family quarrels which can be traced directly to this origin: The wife refused to do suf- ficient social entertainlp; to satisfy her husband. After making a call at ome houses ou feel that you dldq't leave soon enough; you recall that all the mem- bers of the family looked and acted as though they had sorethlng impor- tant to do as soon as you went away. --Atchison Globe. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Clare Kummer, who wrote "Dearie" for Daniels' opera, "Sergeant Blue," is the author of the book for "Noah's Ark." Gustav yon SeyffetflL$, formerly with the "Student King" Opera com- pany, has become sagR director for the revival of "L'Aigloa" by Miss Maude Adams. Conductor Frank Darling of "The Prince of Pllsen" will be conductor with the Delmar Opera company this summer at Delmar park, St. Louis. Karl Schldt succeeds Darling with '"The Prince of Pllsen." }Iiss Wlntfred Lee Wendell is the latest western playwright to bid for metropolitan honors. Miss Wendell has submitted to a New York manager a light opera, "The 3ferry Man," that will probably have a prqdu_qJn th0 omihg seaa0n. +/,,,, Call and examine before buying. Thedinga Hdwe, Co, Inc, (EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE) Notice to Contractors Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the town c.uncil of the torn of Monroe, at he office of the town clerk, on or before the 9th day of October, 1907, tt 6 o'clock p. m., for the grading f the following streets of said town, t-wit : Main street from Blakcley street to the western limits of the own; Lewis street from Fremont trcet to the southern limits of the )wn; Fremont street its entire :ength; Wood street from Main trect to Fremont street. Said york to be done under the super- ision of the town council and ac- :ording to plans, protiles and spe- -ifications adopted l)y the town ouneil September II, 1907, and vhieh can be seen at the office of the town clerk. Bids fur each street to I)o made +eparately, and to be acco:nl-anied )y a certified check for an amounl 'qual to 5 per cent of tile amount )f the bid, payable to the order el He undersigned town clerk, whirl tmount will be forfii'+ed if the suc- '.essful bidder shall fail to enter into a contract within ten days after the acceptarce of his bid by th? town council. The successful bildcr will be rquired to give b)nds to the amount of one and one half times the amount of the bid. Payslent for said work will be made from a st)cci:l fund as pro- vided by ordinance No. 33 of said town. The town council reserves the right to re.j+;ct any an(1 : ll bi,l.. Dated M)uroe, Wash., September 11, 1907. E. C. BsssLt,, Town Clerk. III II I I I I I I HOTEL ARRIVALS HOTEL PEARSALL James Odell, Port Townsend H L Martin, Everett O J Underdahl, Seattle Samuel Reeves, " Ira W Conner, ' Peter Person Emil Masts Joan Svanssoa F E Ferguson, Seattle W E Miller, " Charles A Barren, Snohomish E Colburn, ,, E E Barnes K Rtckard VC C Bennett C Jensen F L Berberick B McCormick Manuel Gutters Henry Morrill Gee Baird E E Cross, Portland C Church Chas Price Herman P Kruse A L Smith, Snohomish Fred Alltine, " W E Smith, " J A Carmoy, " C W Tower, Seattle H H Woodruff, San Francisco Willis Wolfrom F Brebmer J C Casperson B W Gaisford John E Lynch J Greenal, Tacoma H A Sprague, Seattle Lawrence Kant, Everett Chas E Black, Seattle J P Ray, " J H Young, " D Totd Hagen, Portland RoLt B Burns, St Paul Rev,J C Coleman, Everett H J Pendleton, " Emil Mittag, " H Mumm, " C A Donoghue, Seattle J J Hoban, " W H Cassell, Pellinghsm L J Carter E F Nickell Scott)" Connelly H N Stockton, Snohomish J M Buckley Nels Larson O Wikstrom O Erikson Harry Allen J C Cameron E A Vanamakcr, Seattle G L Heedless, " L H Fowler W L Ellerson Ernest Berry WASHINGTON HOTEL hi A Sherrill Earl Jones W Miller A Der(vold G W Ward Winan Jannson J Sowerly W A Peasen Gust Gutafon Earl Merceresu H J acy Harry Wilcox Job n Slosh Thos Sandmark Wm Klinder John Powers Orvid Frcdrickson Chas Beck J C Barton F Louis Garville, Chicago Alb:rt Eenist )n S M Dart. i, Seattle A Ham I des Gus Oberg O Forsl md Chas WalcrJn S C Showsh J A Nol tea J A Miller W J Feeney sad wife F A Oberg John Lynch L Hanson Thos Woods R IIudge Bert Clancy Vm Armae Gee Williams Jas Daley R T Singleton Vtn Kctehum Harry Brady J von Baumbach, Seattl F Myers Gee Floyd F Keating Lewis Collins H J Gillis Gust Swanson J G Meyer, Seattle A Mighty ullder As an invigorator and builder up of broken down tissues, Wilbur's Puget Sound Blood Purifier cannot be excel- led. If you have pimples or sores of any kind on your body, by takings few bottles of this medicine they will soon disappear. For rheumatism the medi- cine never fails. $1.00 per bottle. For sale by E. A. Roberts sad W. E. E. Mansfield. The Monitor is only one dollar a year.