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MONROE MONITOI00. VOL. IX. NO. 3S MONROE, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASIt., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 127, 1907. $1.00 PER YEAR The Store For iWen UNDERWEAR FOR FALL The Most Complete Stock in Town Prices from $I.00 to $5".00 the Suit H, H, WELLER Clothing and Shoes O00OO0000@O@0004OO CHAS, F' ELWELL MONROE W ASttl NGq:O I FRESH AND SALTED MEATS 1 FRESH " EGETABLE ffL Ahvays on Hand. F 000000000000000000O t ; OOOO OOOOOO-O@OO44kO O4OO004000OOOOOOOOOOO0 A, STRANDBERG Days First-Class Shoe Repairing at Mode- rate Prices and at Specified Time. Located at Monroe Shoe Store . 14. 80 YEARS" - TRADE MARKS /P DESIGNS T '( COPYRIGHTS C. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether a invention Is probably patentable. Communica- tious,trict]yconfldentlaL IIandbookon Patents seut free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive eclal notice, without charge, in the $d.ttfi Bmcrica.. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir- culation of any scientific Journal. 'fern2s,$3 a year : four months, SL Sold byall InewsneaJer. 3 61 Broadway, MUNN & Co. New York Branch Oce.  F St .Vashiagton, D- C. i \\; e can sell you an ..Edison P!0n0graph just as cheap a eastern houses I Get our prices i  Dealer in B;lclvec;eUd Dieycle 1 Umbrella Covering and Repairing t Council Proceedings The above familiar caption is rather a misnomer this week, as the proceed- ings of the council were practically nil, altho considerable discussion was indulged in regarding pending im- provements. The street grading is out of the hands of the council till the bids are opened at the next meet- ing, and the sewer proposition is still waiting for the right-of-way at one or two points. The deeds to the ground for the outlet to the sewer over the Roberts and Crockett lots were re- ceived and referred to a committee. The council also gave emphatic notice that it did not intend to further allow the streets to be used as dumping grounds for refuse. The communication of County Aud- itor Vestal, giving the assessed valua- tions of the town, was filed for future reference. The bill of Dad Dennis for $16 was ordered paid, and the monthly report of Judge Sawyer was accepted, show- ing $60.40 collected in fines and costs. Death of Pratt Sweet Pratt Sweet, known generally as Dick, died Tuesday morning, Septem- ber 2,1, at 4 o'clock. He was brought up from Seattle about a week before, sick with typhoid pneumonia, and al- the he made a hard struggle for life, he finally succumbed to the dread di' sease. He was 37 years old and was born in Chickasaw county, Iowa, com- ing to Monroe about three years ago. He leaves a wife and two children, Richard and Dorothy. His mother, who is over "0, arrived from Kalispel, Mont., a few hours after his death. He has two brothers and one sister living in Kalispel and a brother living in Iowa. The funeral was held at the house on Lewis street Thursday afternoon, Rev. W. L. Richardson conducting the services, with a prayer by Rev. Mc- Kean and a solo by Miss Weeple. The B.otherhood of 0 ,ls then took charge of the services, carrying out the beau- tiful burial ritual of the order, con- ducted by the officers, Gus Harkins, Bert Griffiths and Howard Ratcliffe. The ceremony consisted of short read- ings at the house, a march of the or- der in a body to the burial grounds, and services at the grave. ..,o Card of Thanks To the friends, neighbors and lodges who have so kindly helped us during the sickness and death of our dear one, we tender our heartfelt thanks. That God may repay them in the full- ness of time is our prayer. IRs. R. QWEET AND CIIILDREN, Mns. S. E. SWEET. The Cannery Is Busy The Monroe cannery is crowded with fruit and velet.tbl2s for canning, having more than it can handle. Mr. Near states that if he had had any idea of the amount of produce offered he would have greatly increased his facilities, and that he will be com- pelled to enlarge his plant for next year. As it is the cannery is full of canned goods of all kinds. The sup- ply of prunes is especially heavy. Corn cnned on the cob is a novelty to many, of which quite a quantity has b:en put up. One farmer has been paid $50 for beans raised on a quarter of an acre. The cannery has been employing fifteen w(men. A Stove Factory Another indnstry has been added to the list. J. H. Hoffee this week turned out the first stove from his stove factory, and will manufacture for the trade. The stove is the large round wood heater that has become ,popular in stores and other semi- public places. Mr. tIoffee is using No. 16 steel for the sides, which is heavier than the kind others use, and it will not warp with heat. The tops and bottoms are molded in Seattle. The Monitor is only one dollar a year. From the County Records Articles of Incorporation--Moody & Moody Inc., September 17, 1907. Corporators are S. J. Moody and F. E. Moody. Capital stock $10,000. Place of business Monroe, Wash. Warranty Deed--George Menzel to August Holmquist, >} of no section 33-28-7, $1. Lien--Charles A. Faussett vs. J. W. Mann, September 24, 1907, frame house on se of ne section 1-27-6, $500. Chattel Mortgage--Harry K. Lum to N. P. Nelson, September 20, 1907, furniture and all medical a:.d surgical appliances and instruments, etc., sit- uated in Monroe, $1,000. Reformatory Day A meeting of the Reformatory com- inittees was held Tuesday evening in the office of J. D. Bird, to report pro- gress. All the committees showed that they had got into harness. One hundred tickets bad already been sold, and the committees are only worried about room to accommodate all who w,nt, o, to attend the banquet. The price of an extra plate for lady accom- panying a couple already supplied with a banquet ticket was placed at $i. Atlvertised Letter List. Monroe, Wash., Sept. 23, 1907. The following letters are uncalled for at this office: L. L. Beeche..- Nick Collins. Miss Nellie Collins. J. C. Garten. R9bert Iverson. Arthur Inderberg. Frank Johnson. Dan Jones. Sven Albert Johnson. Miss Minnie Kleeberger. O. Lang. A. J. Laurence. J. C. Lampard. James Millen. W. P. McNeill. D. McPherson. Thos. J. Nilligon. Mrs. H. V. Smith. Frank Talemecs. N. Westman. Rosa Werder. Sigrid Witewater. When calling for the above, please say advertised. ROBT. H. 8TAPLETON, P. M. Chamberlaln's Cough Remedy One of the Best on the larket For many years Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has constantly gained in favor and popularity until it is now one of the most staple medicines in use and has an enormous sale. It is intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases, such as coughs colds and croup, and can al- ways be depended upon. It is pleasant and sai'e to take and is undoubtedly the best in the market for the purposes for which it is intended. Sold by E. A. Roberts, the druggist. '. uu-- enomenofl o lea. It Is reported In La Presse bledleale of Paris that M. Sacerdote has discov- ered that the center of a block of arti- ficial lee is generady opaque, while the part first frozen, the outside, is gener- ally clear. As the water freezes slow- ly, all the Impurities are pushed away from the part first freezing. What- ever the character of the water which Is frozen, that obtained by melting the outer clear parts is almost perfectly pure, while the central opaque parts contain the impurities. Bacteria do not escape this law. but will be found centrally congregated. Spain'| Great John L. Machaqulto, the crack bullfighter of Spalu, makes $100,000 a year at his brutal calling and perhaps Is the only matadore alive who Is by birth a gen- tleman, tie was married the other day. To signalize the occasion he gave $10,000 to the poor of Cartagena and founded two asylums for the aged poor. The wedding presents, many of which bore cards from Spain's oldest and noblest families, filled three large rooms. By way of contrast it may be mentioned that the premier of Spain receives an annual salary of $4,000.-- Cleveland Leader. Deer Hid Its Heed. Last winter .ome of the Berlin Mills company's men caught a deer and fed It in an abandoned camp for a few days. The way the deer was caught was rather peculiar. They chased him in the snow, and the foolish deer In- stead of running away ran to a train load of logs and stood with his head sticking under the logs between two cars. Like the ostrich, be probably thought that as he couldn't see he couldn't be seen.--Maine Wo4s. Additional Locals Bottled Cream and Milk at the Pal- ace of Sweets. Mrs. W. J. Rule expects shortly to open a millinery store in the Sams block. Henry Sinnett is building a logging camp on Whidby island, preparatory to commencing logging there. T. R. Hopkins of the Cherry Valley Nursery this week received from Port- land a patent manure spreader. You can save ten to fifteen per cent by dealing with Roberts. The Odd Fellows are parking and fencing the grounds around the opera house, and will make one of the beat ty spots of the town. John ttallan this morning brought in some samples of the King winter apples that are dandies. Off of three trees he will harvest a ton. . I,f you w,nt high grade house fur- ms:tings at reasonable prices, go to the MONROE FURNITURE CO. Ellis Reynolds, who underwent a capital operation at the Stephens hos- pital last week, is recovering nicely and will be out in a short time. E. L. Lloyd has on exhibit!on in the window of MansfielD's drug store a ,3ravenstein apple which weighs 13 DIAMONDS We save you 10 to 15 per cent on Diamonds. If they are bought right there is no better invest- ment. Con',e in and talk it over with us. C. E. R.ITCHIE, Jeweler [ The Bet P' , ..... , u tour Mate on racine boa 4* Call for Special Prices on Bbl. Lots t - t CAsa STO0000. i i Sole Agents for Monroe   @ II0 .@@@@I,@@0@It,@@@@@ 0@@0@4,@@@@I.@I@@@@@I, HENDERSON CORSET That glveiasef;trsfitt.s aWeGha(ea.Complete LADLES' { ,8.5o57.OO5o Sldr ts,,,,, now,, $6.5045.5000 SKIRLS A;;d a Good Skirt at ,'3.00 Outing Flannels Have Arrived Suitings and Flanelets of the latest styles. Ladies' Wool, Cotton and Muslin Under- ounces and is 12 inches in circum- ference. Lanterns of all kinds at THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. The jury in the ease of Mrs. Elizc- ';eth Lum, who was examined in the superior court this week regarding Eer snity, decided this morning in favor of Mrs. Lure. Harvey Williamson of the Pink Place store yesterday bought the Jol:n Iohnson store, and will MondaY' move into the new location, consolidating the two stocks. All small Folding Go carts at great- wear, .Men's Underwear, the best that money ly reduced prices at the MONROE will buy. No trouble to show goods. FURNITURE CO. FAhiIION Yours to please, There is ahvays a calm before a NeP H EI__NTZ torm. The Great Northern west- * :)ound overland has been "on time" three evenings in succession. Some- "-- bing awful must be in store. R. J. Bosence is painting the scet- ry for the opera house stage. F:ve -urtains besides the drop curtain MII be painted. Those who know Dick Otlr P..eputation for Job Printing has extended to many outside points. A trial is convincing. MONROE, ,VASH. OT7 PEAI00SALL H R. J. STRETCH, Proprietor The Leading Itotel in tim City. Headquarters for Traveling Men. Runner Meets All Trains. are expecting some great things for the opening night. Buck Saws and Axes at THEDINCA HARDWARE CO. Jim Appleton, employed at the Clear S tingle Company's camp, was struck ia the back by a log Sunday. He wa.  stunned and picked up for des0, but hortly afterward revived and is now .retting along nicely. Epworth League service Sunda) evening at 7 o'clock. Subject: "Giv- ing that Enriches the Giver." Mark I2:41-44. Special music has beer, provided and two of the Juniors will lead. Please come and make thdr meeting a success. Dan Jones, employed at Forks log- ging camp, was struck in the back by a log last Tuesday. He was brought at once to the hospital, where it was found that he had a fracture of the lower part of the st:the and wa par- tially paralyzed. Carl Wass, who was working at the quarry at Index, was [fought to the Stephens hospital the first of the week. He fell a distance of forty EUROPEAN OR AMERICAI PLAN THE FIRST STEP feet, striking on the rocks below, nar- .... , __ _ , rowly escaping death, as a four-ton " Practll rock came down with him. al men say that a Saving Account is A good line of Libby cut glass, ttav- the first step towards financial independence. iland and Japanese china at the MON- ROE FURNITURE CO. YOU should take that step by opening a Fred Itagedorn is building a hot- savings account with : house 20xo0 on his property on Ferry street, and will grow radishes, lettuce, tomatoes, strawbenies, cucumbers, DEXTER i"IORTON  CO., [ANKEiS and plants for spring use. He will also have a bed of carnations and 8 EATTLE asters. It is partly an experiment, and if successful, ,ill be enlarged as Write for our booklet about Banking by Mall - the demand warrants.