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Friday, October 2, 1925. THE MONROE MONITOR--Monroe, Washington Page Nine p- I E. T. BASCOM LAWYER Practices in All Courts Monroe, Washington G. F. COOK Lawyer 321 STOKES BUILDING- Everett. Wash. M. J. McGUINNESS Lawyer Snohomish, Wash. @ DR. A. ZAREMBA Dentist Successor to Dr. Lewis Monroe National Bank Bldg. MONROE, WASHINGTON DR. C. W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block. Monroe 47 l Minard Allison, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office at Monroe Genera Hospital Phones: Office 231--Res. 1741 PERCY P. COOLEY, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Monroe Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 Office Over Frst National Bank Building C.B. STRANG Physician and Surgeon DUVALL, WASH. Calls Answered Promptly Day and Night It MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY Two Daily Deliveries Whipping Cream that will Whip All Orders Promptly Filled Milk from T. B. Tested Cows" Telephon L'e A. KEECH 36J1 Monroe 1 l C.H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 693 Best and Prompt Service Snohomish, Wash. Saved From Death by Knowledge. of Morse Two employees of a telegraph com- pany sent to repair a burglar tlarm n a financial institution at Bostcn were accidentally locked in the vault. Bank employees in vain tried to open the massive door. It was equipped with a time lock which was set to open the following morning. The po- lice, fire department and safe experts could do nothing. There was a safety device Inside the vault which, if the prisoners knew bout, would have re- leased them but there seemed to be no way to make them acquainted with the fact. Finally someone thought of the Morse telegraph code. With huge sledges the words were sounded to the imprisoned men. Then the anxious throng waited. There was no an- swer. Suddenly the door mvung open 7 and the two men tottered out. They had heard the message and found the lock. They were on the point of col- lapse after being in the alr-tlght com- partment for an hour. Caves in Britain Well Worth Tourist's Visit Little as some might suspect it, there are some famous caves in Great Britain, and still more that deserve to be famous. The country is rich not only in the number, but also in the va- riety of type of the caverns which it contains. Best known among these caves are the Peak cavern, at Castle- ton, in Derbyshire and the Cheddar caves, in Somerset. The Peak cavern has been known since the earliest ages. No one could help seeing it. for it yawns hug and black in the cliff-like side of that hll on whose dizzy crags Peveril o the Peak had his castle, says the Wide World Maga- zine. An ice-cold stream issues from its limestone recesses, and subterranean lakes stretch far into the hillside. This vast cavern has been explored for 2,250 feet. The Cheddar caves do not advertise In so spectacular a fashion, although the Cheddar gorge is one of the most striking pieces of scenery in Great Britain. The first series of caves was accidentally discovered in 1837, through a man at work In his garden falling into the hillside. The second series renmined unknown until 1893. These limestone caves form a series of beautiful and lofty halls, hung with stalactites from the roof, and with j beautifully colored stalagmites rising from the floor to meet them. Olympia--H. H. Gilbert of Portland applies for Lewis River power permit to develop 90,350 h. p., at cost of $11,955,000. STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP Of Monroe Monitor, published weekly at Monroe, Washington, for October, 1925. State of Washington, County of Sno- homish, ss. Before me, a Notary in and for the State and County aforesaid, person- ally appeared J. J. Reardon, who hav- ing been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the editor of the Monroe Monitor, and that the following is, to the best of his know- ., ledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1912, em- bodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regulation, printed on the ,re- verse side of this forra, to-wit: That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing edi- tor, and the business manager are: Publisher, J. J. Reardon & Sons. Editor, J. J Reardon. lanaging /ditor, J. J. Reardon. Business lanagers, J. J. Reardon and J. M. Reardon. That the owners are: J. J. Rear- don. A. W. Reardon, J. M. Reardon. That the k.nown bondholders, mort- gagees, and other security holders ' owni or holding 1 per cent or more ! /I of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: None. J. J. REARDON, Editor. Sworn to and snbscribed before me this 23rd day of September, 1925. (Seal) WHIT H. CLARK, Notary Public. My commission expires Sept. 23, 1925. PLUMBING OR SHEET METAL WORK THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. Monroe E. E. Purdy & Sons UNDERTAKERS -- Telephone 131 -- Snohomish Office -- Phone 422 Monroe, Washington Two Deliveries Daily-- Have Your Milk Delivered Two Deliveries Daily MORNING AND EVENING W. A. NICKEL Phone 471 :: Monroe l l C.A. STRANDBERG Doctor Veterinary Science , General Practice General Blaeksmithing, Horse- Ew CFT shoeing, Acetylene Welding. Telephones--Office 1921, Res., phone 1963--Mora'o Wash. .... /Cl r, i rRED ,AGEOORN I zvEs 11 Manufacturer of I [I Cemn,, B00Hding B,0cks I1 Sl 1 Plant--North Blakely St. I1 [I Monroe I] [I Near G. N. Ry Tracks ]10BTAINABatLE00 )j ONLY SEATTLE. Have your egos examined NOW VITAMINERAI, FR HiRE AUTO " ' The o.rnal Dr. A. T. .te" formula contaimn dried eas. t "tamiaes" wzth strength giving 'mzneL=a]s." |toa]luer]e  gumirkanEtoe.VlTceeAEmRl Any place -- Any time -- First Youeaneheekreultin a week's time ISS Service.--P. G. Johnson, Telephone me for more information Idmt VITAINERAL. Mroe, Wash. Office southwest Dr. E. C. Miller r Main and Lewis. Tel. 161 house 1811. .q Tacoma will vote rrext spring on Longview--Eight business and pub-i Federal reserve board' names Yak- NOTICE wage raise !for firemer, pol;igemen' Ec buildings now under way will cost ima as one of 53 cities enjyin high- In the Superior Court of the State and other city employes, i $522,927. ' ly favorable business conditions. I Cowlitz, Chehalis & Cascade rail - ++i Twelve newfactori otaL'.islzcdi.. road asks for Big Bond irrigation .: la$$|lied -;the state, during August. rights, as part of $5,000,000 project.,. SUMMONS Central Washington Sweet Potato +[In the Superior Court of the State Association shipping potatoes at 3 + + + + + + + + + 4, of Washington, in and for the Coun- to 3 cents a pound. W A N T E D ty of Snohomish. No. 23528. White Salmon--Three dSstricts in ........... Vito Saponaro, Plaintiff, vs. Angel- dorse proposed irrigation district. WANTED--Girl to assist with house- lina Saponao, Defendant. ] work.--Call Mrs. Hobson, Phone l The State of Washington. to the COMING TO la.q 28t2 said Angellina Saponaro, Defendant: ..... You are hereby summoned to ap- Everett o SA_.T.] pear within sixty (60)days after ........ the date of the first publication of Do-toe porch and garage--Inquire 133 S. (60)" days aer the 18th" day " of S.ep-" FOR SALE--5 rooms., bath.., sleemn '. thzs_ 1 Summons, to-wzt, wzthm mxty United rs -,- street 28tg*,temner, A , ,vzo, ana aezena me t ........... " [above entitled action in the above en- The Doctor who has charge of the State of Washington is A SPECIALIST in Chronic Diseases and Clinical Medicine Will be at MITCHELL HOTEL Thurs. and Fri., Oct. 15-16 Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. TWO DAYS ONLY No Charge for Consultation FOR SALE--Motor, rear end trans - titled court, and answer the complaint mission, springs and shock absorber. :of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy of Take the road that goes thru the Wag-your answer upon the undersigned, nor mill and come to J. W. Case mail attorney for the plaintiff, at his of- box and turn to the left.--J. W. Case, rice below stated; and in case of your box 444, R. F. D. 2, Monroe. 27t4" failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the F 0 R RE N T demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms. The object of this action is to ob- --143 Ann St. 29t2" rain an absolute divorce from the bonds of matrimony that have here- M I S G E L L A N E 0 U S tofore existed between the parties, and to have set aside to the plaintiff of Washington, in and for the Coun- ty of ,.:hor::ih. No. 6572. In the Matter of the Estate Of Her, man C. Bittr.er, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that Ernest- ine Bittner, executrix of aid estate, has made and filed with the Clerk of said Court her final account and re- port in said estate and her petition for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons er_tit!ed thereto, and that onday, the 2nd day of Nov- ember, 1925, at ten o'clock, A. M. of said day, in Department No. 2 of said Court, at the Court-house in Ev- erett, said County, have been ap- pointed by said Cou as the time and place for hearing upon said account and petition; any persons interested in saict estate may appear and file objections to said account and con.- test the same and otherwise be heard in the matter of said etition for dis- tribution. ERNESTINE BITTNER, Executrix of said Estate, First pub. Oct. 2, 1925. Last pub., Oct. 16, 1925. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for Snohomish HELLO FOLKS !--Have you visited the Savoy Barber Shop? Sanita- tion is our motto. Also the only Un- ion Shop in the city of Monroe.--Sa- voy Barber Shop, W. J. Raboin, Prop- rietor. 26t4" FOR EXCHANGE--The stock and fixtures of the Park Place Grocery Store, for Monroe property, or near Monroe property.--P. A. Kleiwer. 29t3" Postoffice address: 326 Stokes Bldg., ! Everett, Snohomish County, Wash- SALESMAN WANTED--If you are ington. honest and want to get into a busi- First pub. Sept. 18, 1925. all of the personal property belong- County. No. 23422. ing to the said nlaintiff and acquired Jennie C. Kime, a widow, Plaintiff, vs since the parties have lived separate Theodore Prachinski and Marie 17.. and apart. This action is based on aband'onment, and on the fact that the parties have lived apart contin- uously for a period of over five years previous to the commencement of the action. i WM. HELLER, I Attorney for Plaintiff. The doctor is a graduate in medi- cine anc surgery, licensed in the  ness for yourself, we have a propo- Last pub., Oct. 23, 1925. sition to offer you. We will pay a State of Washington. He visits pro-i salary and commission. If interested, fessionally the important towns ani apply to 401 Hod'ges Bldg., Everett, 4* cities, and offers free consultatmn to Wash. 26t4" all, except the expense of treatment PAR:-Galsomi---'-ing dec- when desired, orating.--Harold Hollier, 128 N. ..... ! Blakely street, Monroe. 29t8" He treats Chrome Jtseases oz tong[ . -- standing and has to his credit many t THE ART SHOP wonderful results in catarrh, ulcers of[  .... teas a very nice line oI the stomach, diseases of gall bladdLr, Stamped Goods for your in- spection-most suitable for the making of Holiday Gifts. Choice collection of embroid- ered garments. HEMSTITCHING FINISHED EMBROIDERED ARTICLES THE HANDICRAFT SHOP 117 E. Main St. Monroe Don't Fail to Read ANONYMOUS 'THE MOST REMARKABLE NOVEL OF THE 20TH CENTURY Reality! * Limited Offer Ii Now Only Regular Price $2 UNANIMOUSLY ACCLAIMED AS A MASTERPIECE. NEVER WAS THE TRUTH DEPICTED IN A MORE FASCINATING MANNER. Pub'sher's Price 1 Direct-- Only $ .00 Send your order TODAY --Use This Coupon-- Acme Publishing Co., 165 Broadway, New York City. Gentlemen: For the $1.00 en- closed please enter my order for one copy of "Prostitutes," before the special offer expires. Name .............................................. Address .......................................... City anal State .............................. bowels, blood and skin, nervous dis- orcers and diseases' of heart, kidney and bladd!er, bed wetting, rheumatism, sciatica, leg ulcers, varicose veins, rectal ailments and chronic constipa- tion. If you have been ill for any length of time and do, not get better, call on the doctor, as improper measures rather than disease are often the cause of your long standing illness. special attentipn zs given to each case, anc an earnest effort made to attain the best possibie results. Remember above date and that the doctor specializes in Chronic Diseases. Laboratory: 335-336-337 Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn. OFFICIAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Assess- ment Roll, Local Improvement Dist- rict N.o. 48, Ordinance No. 216, for the improvement of Kelsey street, be- tween Main and Hill streets, is now in my hands for collection. Two in- stallments, interest 8 per cent. One- half payable 30 days after date of first publication of this notice. Pay- able at the office of treasurer of the Town of Monroe, Washington, in the First National Bank, buiMing, Mon- roe, Wash. MRS. E. C. NEWELL, Town Treasurer. First pub. Oct. 2, 1925. Last. pub., Oct. 9, 1925. UTILITY BEAUTY Praehinski, husband and wife, De- fendants. Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out of the above named Court, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and deliv- ered, I have duly levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of above named Defendants, or either f them, in and to the following describ- ed real property, situated in Snoho- mish county, State of Washington, to- 9 I Good Looks as Well as qoo Serwce The improved Ford Runabout, with its all-steel stream-line body, "s n i "r }']k.,'s'| R'P'K='t't', unusually good-looking car. ] It hangs low to the ground, and the body has been lengthened and re-designed for greater comfort and convenience. The gas tank under the cowl is filled from the outside, and the weather- i,t, proof storm curtains open with both doors. ' ,, Under the sweeping rear deck is an unusually large compartment designed for convenience in carrying luggage. : ":?" " lZ U N A B O U T Standard equipment includes four cord tires, tb    nickeled head-lamp rimsand windshield wiper. ,,., oo  ":,, ,, y  [[ ] The price remains the same $260, and you can Ifld--notnmetvouctI1rllowotRedT   buy on de Ford Weekly Purchase Plan. . T,i ,, o.,  .... 'TOURING CAR $290 , COUPE . . . 520 r ,a TUDO00S00D00N FORDOR SEDAN 660 __,L ,r --' D=o,,,,,a,l.,,,as.,=.. -     P Glasses, $1.50 -- 82.50 -- $5,0 Cto, d ca.,,, Coo,,    '  O.E. WILLIAMS, Jeweler Monroe :: Washington, NO INCREASE IN PRICES TRY A MONITOR WANT ........ ' SMALL BUT EFFICIENT. o Why the ompa8 point n0rth? --because there exists in the north polar region a point that acts as an electric magnet. This "magnetic pole attracts the compass needle. North, south, east and west, Mineral Oil D: Russian Type is rtognized as one of the finest med- icinal mineral oils in the world. A gentle, non-irritatinff lubricant,  Puretest Mineral Oil relieves the in- testines quickly and completely. East to take; has neither taste nor odor. One of 200 Puretest preparations. Every item the best that skill and conscience can produce. CAMP-RILEY DRUG CO. o COMFORT - CONVENIENCE FANCY DRESSMAKINCr-- Plain Sewing. First-Class Work- manship, Prices Reasonable. Be pleased to have you call at my apartments in Savoy Hotel, Monroe. MRS. CHILDRESS Send self-addressed, stamped envelolm--for full particulars regarding this OFFER. RADIOTEX CO. 296 Broadway, New York, N.-Y. FREE 5 Tub Radio Set FREE wit: Lots numbered 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58 and 59 in Block 41, of C. D. Hillman's Birmingham Water Front Addition to the City of Everett, Division No. 1, according to the plat thereof on file in the office of the County Auditor of Snohomish County, Washington, situate in Snohomish County, State of Washington. Notice is hereby given, that on the 10th day of October, A. D. 1925, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, at the front door of the Court House in Everett, Snohomish County, State of Washington, I will sell all the right, title,' claim and interest of above named Defendants, or either of them, in and to the above described property at public auction to the high- est and best bidder for cash. Dated at Everett. Washington, this 3rd day of September. 1925. JAMES McCULLOCH, Sheriff of Snohomish County By J. T. Rogers, Deputy. G. M. LeCocq, Attorney for Plaintiff, 509 Commerce Building, Everett, Wash. First. pub. Sept. 11, 1925. Last Pub. Oct. 2, 1925.