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II I I , j fl fIll' I II II 1 - IIIII I I I I ,, , ........ II II II I ' II ; I II I II I THE MONROE hIONITOR r. M. ,. te,eoho.e O+00e00to.r.o+n; 00.omon00 on+o :"'"''"'.'.O**........,.,..........,...,........: 'length ; Wood street from Main  j A VANASDLEN i AN INDEPENDENT "WEEKLY PAPER Following is a list of the Farmers tl'eet to Fremont t,'eet. Said T PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT MONROE, WASHINGTON Mutual Independent Telephone Com- work to be done under the super- " E. C. BISSELL, EDITOR party's subscribers in Monroe and sur- vision of the town council and de-  t00'O'00Al:00Y PUBLIC ......... rounding country, corrected to this cording to plans, profiles and Slle- Entered at the Ptfliee at Mnre, X*Vashingtn, aasecndcL'smatter date: cifieations adopted by the town'i Beal Esmts" and insurance l SUBSCRIPTION, IN ADVANCE .................. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 34 Anderson, P. W., res council Septeml)er II, 1907, and 36 Bletsoe, Wm., res which can be seeu at the office of $ Aug. 30, 1907 ADVERTISING RATES 155 Barnes, B. W., res the town clerk. Display advertising, per inch, sinzle column, per month ................. 50c 47 Baseom & Graffis, law--real estate Bid. for each street to be made ] have sonle good b'gains in Hous and Lots, Gocals, per line per issue, 5c; minimum charge ........................... 25e 128 Bascom, E. T., res hnploved and Unimproved FalinS, los'e in Cttrds of thanks, each ...... .............................................. 50c separately, and to be accompanied Obituaries and resolutiohs of condolence, per line ....................... 5c 105 Bakeman & Sprau, livery stable o by a certified check for "m amount 15 acres good bottom land, 1 r I lot in Farmer's 1st addition.$ 125 = c. mile ft'om town, improved, 1 sol'e, good house, orchard, $ 52 Bissell, E. C., Monroe Monitor equal to 5 per cent of the amount with stoc ; an 1 in 1) ( ne t $'),000: w(,ll ires'eyed in M,m,.ro  znn 9 _ . " --I , , t + ............ . ],.V When Bryan came home from his let or ltiudrance, is what is more Sub 62 Bolenbaugh, J. W., res of the bid, 1)ayable to the order of 16o acres of bottom latld with i I large lot on Main street in personul p'opcrty, 3 miles Monroe cleared 500 $. junketing tour around the world, he and more bearing on the public 26 Brix, A. L., grocer the undersigncd town clerk, which " , .............. from blonroc .......... *.. . 8,500,40 acres on Cherry creek, bet- II, astounded Democracy by his cham- conscience: 118 Brown & Coffey logging camp amount will be forfeited if the suc- 1 acre tract, in Ilam'iman's 1st tom hmd ,ith house ....... 1 200 pionship of government ownership 134 Buck, A H., res .... , ......... add to Monroe not improved 3001 1 acre with (1 room house ou ' cesslu DtC[(ler snail Ialt to enter 80 acres of iml)roved bottom ] Madison st+cct, if sold in 10 of railroads and his insistence upon lhe County's penses 1312 Buck, S. A., res into a contract within ten days . o (')atnsdi,na snap, m, ust he sold.. 4,000 days .................. 800 - I_  " " Farnler s Jst addition 8 aeresof good bottom hind, t making it an issue in the coming 103 City Hall after the acceptance of his bid by l$ cleared, lots 61 feet ,vide... 3001 improved, with house 800 presidential campaign. Leaders of From County Auditor gestal's an- 126 Campbell, J. It., res the tom'n council." 'rhe ,.uccessful $ ..,I have a few tracts of good tnnber" cheai), must be sold soon" ..... as options the party argued and pleaded with nual report is taken the followirg ta- 156 Collins, W. G., res bidder will be required to give $ will expire. him, but without avail. After able of purloses for which warrants 115 County Hospital, J. M. Robbins lapse of several months he allows were issued during thefiscal year end-192 Datesman, Bertha, res ponds to theamountofoneandone! Office in Monroe Furniture Store on Main St,, East of Post Office i the politician to become visible. His ing June 30, 1907: nalf times the amount el the Oi(L 9 Auditor and clerks ......... $7.567.43 46 Dolloff, J. E. & Co., dry goods Payment for said work will be I****OOO.OO.OOOtOO..OOOO. official mouthpiece, The Commoner, Clerk of court and deputies. 3,415.95 55 Durie, Miss Florence, res made from a special fund as pro- recently said: Sheriff and deputies ........ 6,595.05i 44 Elwell, C. F., meat market vided by ordinance No. 33 of said .*0400"o0"0.000.**O00000000OO0.0O00. "Government ownership is nell Assessor and deputies ..... 7,379.45 92 Fire Alarm, Buck's mill town. $ E. I. STEPIIENS, Prest. A.J. AGNEW, Vicc-Prest. $ The town council reserves the  W.E. WADDELL, Cashier. i an immediate issue. A large major- Treasurer, deputy and elerks 8,103.17 106 Gauthier, 8. S., grocer right to reject any and all bids. ityfthepeplestillhpefreffect" SurveyranddeputieSprosecuting attorney ...... and 4,963.00 71Great Northern Del;ot Dated Monroe, Wash., September ! The M0fl[0e Sial8 Batik i ire regulation, and while they so deputies .................. 3,76970 135 Greene, Ray, res 11, 1907. hope, they will not consider owner- Superintendent of schools.. 2,088.25 182 Hathaway tIardware Co. E.C. BtSSELL, Town Clerk. ship. While many Democrats be- County physician ........... 90000 183 Hathaway, D. N., res. La grippe: La grlppel Transacts a General ]Flanking" :Busnaess" ** lieve--and Mr. Bryan- is one of the Humane officer ............. 300.00 114 Hoem, E. D., res For la grippe, coughs, colds and col, number--that public ownership County commissioners ..... 2,399.88 153 Holmquist, Aug, shingle mill sumption Wilbur's Puget Sound Cough  Interest paid on time deposits. Fruit inspector ............. 792.00 offers the ultimate solution of the Janitor .................... 860.00 53 Hospital, Dr. L. L. Stephens Cure has no equal. Nice and pleasing  Savings bank books issued and interest paid on savings bank bal- i problem, still, those who believe Undertaker and coroner .... 999.98 84 I. 0. 0. F. Hall to the taste and can be taken by the ances at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. I most delicate female or child. Price Any amount from 81 up v.-ill open a savings bank account. ... . . that the public will finally in self Justice fees and salary 1,396.25 22 Joos, J P., livery stable 50c. For sale by E A. Roberts and DRAFTS ISSUED ON ANY POINT IN THE WORLD defense be driven to ownership, re- Constable fees and salary... 1,103.66 166 Lum, Dr. H K. W E. Mansfield. :OO0OO>OO0OOOO0Og cognize that regulation must be Jury fees, justice court ..... 143.40 163 Mansfield, W. E., druggist Witness fees, justice court. 798.85 tried under the most favorable cir- Hall rent ............. ...... 3.00 164 " " res OT[CE FOR ]PUBLICATION ,,+ 0..+I+A++$++I ' Y I cunlstances beore the masses will Superior judges, salary ..... ... 1'627"50 45 McKean' J" Seattle, Washington, August2++lg07.++'++++I+++O+co + OLYMPIA BAR + be ready to try a more radical rem- Superior court jurors .... 7,028.81 104 Mackenzie, T. J., plumber " Notice is hereby given that in compliance edy. " Superior court witnesses... 1,785.40 125 " " res wlt the provisions of the Act of Congress of June 3. 1878, entitled "An Act for the Sale of  PETER S " Regulation can not be sufficient- Superior court stenographer 74.40 172 Monroe State Bank gon,TimberNevadaLandSandin thewasbingtonStates of California.Territory,,,Ore-as UHL, Propr. extended to all the Public Land States by Act Superiorcourtcommissioner 624.00 82 Monroe Mercantile Co., grocers of August 4, 1892, James F. Seaman, of Monroe. ]y tried within the next year, and Superior court special attor- there is no desire anywhere to make ney's fees ............. .... 545.73 and meat market County of Snohomisb, State (or Territory) of --  _ Washington, has this day filed in this office his government ownership an issue in Examining physicians.. 344.65 107 Monroe Cash Store, Fred Harris sworn statement No. 1198, for the purchase of i .... theN. E.oftheS. E..,ofSeetionNo. 22, in  --i-'he Claoicest of Wines, 1908. Mr. Bryan fully agrees with Bailiff superior sourt ....... 2.211.00 54 Monroe Furniture Co. TownshipNo. 2rN.,UangeXo.E.,W. M.,and will offer proof to show that the land sought is + : morevaluab]e for its timber or stone than for Liquors and Cigars , " those who believe that it would be Jury commissioners ........ 250.00 43 Monroe Hardware Co., Monck & agricultural purposes, and to establish his Fire warden ................ 177.17 nnwise to turn attention from rcgu- Tax roll ........ . ........... 9!5.25 Evans claim to said land before the Register and Re- ceiver of this orate at Seattle, "Washington, on  RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION MEALS AT ALL LOURS lation, ou which the people are Advertising and printing. 1,123.79 132 Monroe Water & Light Co. Saturday, the 7th day of December, 1907.  lie names as witnesses: John D. Bird. R S. ready to act, to government owner- Fuel 1,102.65 102 Moody & Moody, dry goods Stryker, Thos. Bird and A. L. Brix, all of Men- _ ROOMS, 25e A NIGHT roe, Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely the ship, upon which the people are not Lights ........ ............. " 256.75 1112 Morris, Henry, res above described lands are requested to file I--'''''V,t'----' ..................... their claims in this o_ce on or before said 7th ready to act. To inject the govern- Water 318.45 117 Neifert, H. A., res day of December. 1907. t@@@@@@@@ Telephone and telegraph..; 586.26 12 Pearsall Hotel, R. J. Stretch J. itENRY SMITIt, Register. ment ownership question into the Supplies, books and station- / Date of first publication, August 30 1907. next campaignwouldsimplygive ery ....................... 3,787.51 42Pearsall, H.E.,confectionery Date of last pubUeation, No;.l,l0r. ! WASHIN(]TON HOTEL representatives oi" the railroads a Postage, freight, expressand 48 Pond, Dr. I. J. chance to dodge the issue of regula- cartage .................. 1,400.45 Sub 67 Phelps, James, res  MRS. tion and deceive the public." Supplies fo; jail .... ; ....... 468.27 ! 123 Plummer, Mrs. C. W., res " Fireman jail ............... 970.28 165 Raven, Mrs. Edith , " To the Stockholders of the SNOIIOMISll LVM- t Sundry supplies ............ 37.84 ,]:,Co,,P*Y, acorporation: Chicken Dnner on 5und Open gambling has been legislat- Building. cement sidewalks 56 Roberts, E. A., druggist Notice is hereby given that a meeting ot the a stockholders of the SNOIIOMISH LUMBER COM- e andsteps ................. 1,160,,0 124 Sanders, L. M., res McGuinness,PANY will be held at thelawfllcesf M" J" iin the City Of Snohomtsb, County Speo::IB:;!! !!!d:Iti?:t le. i ed out of one state after another Repairs to buildings ......... 367.39 33 Sawyer, Mrs. J. M., res of Snohomish, State of Washington. at the p hour of seven o'clock p. m., on the 21st day of until now there is but one state in Traveling expenses sheriff 24 Sinnett, Mrs. Henry, res October. A. D. 1907. for the purpose of voting . . Y" ............. upon the question of decreasing the capital i i the Union, it is claimed, where dras- and deputies ],533.50 23 Sprau, A. B. & Co., confectionery stoc of said company from twenty thousand $ n tic laws have not been end.clod for Boarding prisoners ....... 3,448.40 " ($20.000.00) dollars to six thousand ($6,00(/.00) its suppression. It is true that County farm ............... 4,013.80 15 Stryker, Dr. R. S., dentist dollars. IblHbIblHbHblIbIblb4biIb - - Dated and signed at Snohomish. Washington Paupers .................... 8,525.97 14 res this 19th day of August. 1907, by the under- signed, being a majority of the trustees of said B U L "r" I N gambling is still carried on openly Small pox .................. 738.60 Sub 63 Steffen, Louis, ranch SOHOmSU LMa COMP*. in New M'exiso as well as Nevada, Transp'ting defective youth ........... 20.90 85 Steffen & Harkins, Bank saloon SNOOMISH Jo.+++ ST+ ++++++us+ (treat 000rthern but the former has a law which is Sundry expenses 241.83 32 Stiffen, J. E., contractor t0-u w.B. WHITe. Trustee. _ to'takeeffet.J.ar/uary 1st, 1908, by Laundry " 2.35 which it is expected't close theiChem|cal anal'Swabase'" 124"00 Sub 112 Sievers' Ted'res i Judgment against county in Sub 113 Stocker Mill Co., lumber 1: of A. Two Magnificent Trains Each Day to open gambling house. This leaves Finley case ............... 124.80 25 Stephens & Andrews, blacksmiths Co.rt |ndege.de.ce NO. 67 Nevada the only state where the Fees overpaid by estate of 13 Stephens, D. F., res Regular meetings every gambler can carry on his business M.E. Comford ........... 42.35 129 Stephens; Wm., res Thursday night in Foresters in the open, and it is safe to predict Premium on bonds county Hall at T:30. St Paul Minneapolis that the "knights of the green officers. 522.50 83 Suhl, P. J., Olympia saloon .a H. FELLnS. C.R. .................. J.E. COUNTRYMAN, 17'. S.  Paid to the state balance of 162 Thedinga Hardware Co. DR. L. 1. STEPHENS. Court Physician. clth"willsnbeturn.edd0wnin uneollected taxes of state 152Vanasdlen, J.A.,res Chicago and the East that state. But, despite the laws interest fund ............. 190.08 141 Wagner & Wilson, lumber mill MONROE LODGE No. 138, K. oF P. Meets every Wednesday eyeing at gambling exists, and the sucker General election expenses 127 Wolf, Dan, res o'cloek atK. P. Hall. "The Oriental Limited" who goes against the game must and supplies .............. 2,930.58 W.E. MANSFIELD, C. C. expect the element of chance to be Furniture and fixtures ...... 1,023.70 154 Williams, W. J., res ROBT. It. STAPLETON, K. of R. & S. "The Fast Mail" Insurance of buildings and 108 Washington Hotel eliminated--he will be sure to get records ................... 1,238.10 ...... I.J. POND Observation Cars, Standard Sleepers, Tourist Sleepers, Dining "plucked." The more laws there 0ruising timber ............ 12,085.51 Notice to Contractors are to prevent gambling, the more T,'avel!n expenses county PtIYSICIAN AXD SURGEON Cars, all of the latest type. "THE COMFORTABLE WAY." crooked will be the games, commissioners ........... 517.91 Notice is hereby gives that sealed Office and Residence over Monroe Scalp bounties ............ 842.50 proposals will be received by the un- State Bank. Both Phones. Expenses county board of Those who are doutful of the eq'ualization .............. 320 75 dersigned, clerk of school board of For information regardin routes and thru country when t.he timber is gone Expenses fruit inspector ... 301.06 District No. 14 of Cherry Valley, for E.T. BASCOM rates to any eastern point, address should pay a visit to the cannery Expenses constable ......... 109.31 the building of a two roomed school ATTORNEY AT LAW A.L. LEE, A'ent, Mronroe. Wash. and have a talk with the proprietor. Expenses school supt ....... 146.30 house. The plans will be in the clerk's MONROE, WASHINGTON W.A. ROSS, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Seattle. Expenses surveyor ......... hands after October 1st. The con- Office, Ferguson Block .. VChen every acre will net from $100 Expenses coroner .......... 264.24 to $300 ),early in'frfiitsand vegeta- Expenses attorney ......... 97.44 tractor will. be required to furnish a bles, there does not seem to be Expenses assessor .......... 144.66 suretybond for the full amount of his G.F. COOK "much Cause for worry. Expenses treasurer.... ..... 32.15 bid. Building. to be cowpleted in 60 ATTORNEY AND NOTARY "'"*''*' ................. Expenses auditor ........... 20.03 days from letting of contract. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Expenses humane officer... The directors reserve right to re Ferguson Blk. Monroe The ramifications of the coming Expenses teachers institute 255.0( ject any and all bids. increase in freight rates are many Expenses health officers .... 17.5( GARDELL & BLOOM, Proprs Purchase price of Howarth Bids will be received until October M.J. McGUINNESS and it is a long head that can figure property ................. 8,400.00 8th, at 1 p. m. Bids to be opened ATTORNEY AT LAW SKYKOMISH LOCAL The Best of Wines, Liquors and them all out. The fact that the October 8th, 1907, at 1 o'clock p. m. Office, One Door East t enobscot Hotel , railroads last year"lost the haul of Total amount of current , Going '.Vest Going East Cigars always on hand 6 00 a.m Lv.Sky'ish.Arl0 40 p.m. ___: _-= expense wrntsissued. $129,549.19 H.W. LEAKE, Clerk, SNOHOMISH, WAStI. 640 .... Index .... 10 00 = =:::: ..... 60,000 cars, from being unable to General road and bridge .... 58,358.46 Monroe R. F. D. No. 1. 7 uo ...tso:u ar .. u a', 4 supply empties, may have consider- Road district No. I ......... 44,767.74 __**.____ JOHN W. MILLER 7 08 .... Startup... 9 22 able bearing, as the roads probably Road district No. 2 ......... 25,126.47 7 18 .. Su,ta. .... , :' CITIZER$' DETECTIVE SERVICE figure that they will get all they Road district No. 3 ......... 40,632.54 Notice to Contractors ATTORNEY AT LAW 7 35 . MONROE.. 8 55 (NORTHWrSTrRN BRANCH) 755 .noho,,,ism. a7 Detective work of all kinds can haul anyway with the increased Game protection fund .... : 1,414.05 -- Room 7, Otten Building 8 2:1 ...Everett... 8 10 rate. It will discourage the rapid Institute fund .............. Notice is hereby given that sealed SNOOMISlI, WASmNGTO 8 35 ..Mukilteo .. 7 55 covering the entire Northwest. 9 03 ..Edmonds... 7 23 Consultation free. Write, wire cutting of the timber, and save it Total ................... $300,047.6/ bids will be received by the town JOS.CO, JOItN.POGAI+T 9 10 Richmond Bch 7 ]3 or call  os WASHINGTON BLDG. --'* "-'------- council'of the tovn of Monroe, at 940 .... Ballard... 6 50 far future business, and as they will Facts Stronger *lt'han Fiction COLEMAN & FOGARTY 10 00 Ar.Seattle.Lv 6 30 .... SEATTLE, WASH. have to haul it sometime, they the office of the town clerk, on or All pains arising from rheumatism, might as well get all of it they can. gout, megrim, toothache, neuralgia, before the 9th day of October, 1907, ATtOrNeYS AT LAW 7 00 pm Oriental Lt'd 11 17 a.m. , HewtttBuilding ..Overland.. 9 54 p.m. And'then there is no evidence that headache, liver pains, neuralgic Pains , at 6 o clock p. m., for the grading Phone634. EVERETT, WASit C. I. BAA the old order of getting all the traf- sciatica, lumbago, stiff neck, chilblains, of the following streets of said town a sleeping car reservations, tickets ann tic will bear has been abandoned, contused mucles, enlarged veins and to-wit: Main street from Blakeley A" D. AUSTIN ,V. P. BELL information from IrMDEI00TA00J00R A. L. LEE, Agent, all pains of the bones or nerves quick- street to the western limits of the BELL & AUSTIN monroe, Wash. 00MB0025]00,IIl00IG But the fact that a private corpora- ly relieved by using" Wilbur's Oil of ' W.A. Ross. A. G. P. A. tion has the.+ .. power..to, put a tax on Gladness, 50c per bottle. For sale by town ; Lewis street from Fremont LABryERS. Seattle. SoHoM[SH ny industry at any time, without l E. A. Roberts and W. E. Mansfield. street to the southern limits of the Office in Realty Block, Everett, Wash. 'l'A'Vanasdlen'M'r''e'eP-res'' t'