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Friday, October 3, 1924 THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Page Three i Ill M I]1 Manicuring Ill Shampooing IIII At 00eauty Parlors till VAN'S BARBER SHOP IHI 0000onroo /]1] Miss Lulu Arp in Charge /I]1 We Specialize in Ladies' /lll Hair Bobbing 0 4-++++++4+#++ + PERSONAL + " ++++++++ Harold J. Frost made a business trip to Seattle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johnson were Seattle visitors on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ross made a business trip to Everett Monday af- ternoon. Lillian Stanton and Mrs. Edith McKillips were Everett visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Shay spent Tuesday in Seattle. Atty George Cook from Everett made a business tall in Monroe Sat- rrday. Mrs. Florence Fleming of the Monroe General hospital staff, visit- ed this week in Alpine. Attorney Joseph Ccleman of Ever- ett was a caller in Monroe Monday on professional business. Hart Bascom returned to qeattle unday afterneon to resume his studies at the U. of W. Nels Lindh with the Misses Ellen Olson and Viola Lindh motored to Lake Keechelus Sunday. Attorney E. T. Bascom was attend-[ ing to professional business at the county court house Monday. Mrs. Clyde Greenlee, of Ephrata, visited last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ella Evans. Lloyd Malone has been given the position with the Union Oil Co., re- cently vacated by his brother, Coe Malone, returned to school at the U. Mrs. R. L. Kelley and daughter: Mabel, Mrs. A. Baily and on and Miss Dorcas, made a trip to Everett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McGee and boys, Clyde and Jack, motored to Preston Sunday where Mr. McGee is employed. Mrs. Cecil Campbell and children, of Stanwood, were guests last week at the home of Mrs. Campbell's mother, Mrs. Ella Evans. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Vanderhybe and children, with J. W. Sprague, of Snohomish, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Knapp. Kenneth Walters, Oliver Williams and Louis Frohning, who are at- tending business college in Seattle, were in Monroe for the week end. Mrs. Mekkes, of Wagner's mill, was a guest of Mrs. Clyde McGJe last week. The Mekkes family will move to Bordeau in the near future. Mrs. C. H. Cutter and daughter Susan, of Tacoma, with Mrs. Spear, of Seattle, visited Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Minard Alli- son. 1Vfr. and Mrs. John Hibbitts were Seattle visitors Sunday afternoon, going down to see the globe trotters of the air make their final landing at Sand Point. Miss Gwyneth Lewis, who has been visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Lewis, returned to Stanford University last week to resume her work as educational librarian. Miss :Joan Miller, of Tacoma, was a guest of Mrs. E. T. Bascom over Sunday, while on her way to Belling- ham to complete her course in the normal school there. Miss Miller formerly taught school in Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. E. ;L Purdy had as dinner guests Sunday the Misses Lora Finch, Anna Matheson and Evetta Hall, Lawrence Whitfield Clyde Finch and Louis Morse, all of Snohomish. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ford and fam- ily, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrus, visited in Everett Sunday, calling at the Earl Andrus home. Mr Ford also visited his lodge brother, J. T. Ply- ler, in the Everett General hospital. Mrs. Schlilaty, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frahm and children, all of Everett, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson, and Mr. LICIZTT & MYERS TOBACCO Co. TO THE MEMORY OF MRS. H. A. SEAGER Mrs. H. A. Seager passed away at her home in Roosevelt, September 21, 1924. Mrs. Seager had been a great sufferer for a number of years but endured with great patience her affliction; seemed afraid that she might be a care or trouble to .some- one. Owing to her thoughtfulness 5f others she had gained manyl [ friends, who together with her hus- I band, son, sister and brother, will t sadly miss her and we take this op- 1 portunity to extend to them our heartfelt love and sympathy. Mrs. Seager was very devout Christian woman, having been a member of the S. V. A. church for the past twenty years. She was tenderly laid to rest the following Tuesday in the cemetery east of Monroe after a very impressive service held at the Purdy and Sons chapel, conduct- ed by Elder Holbrook, assisted by Brother Atkins and wife, of Marys- ville. Sister Paxton Bentz was also and. lrs. Robt. Sehlilaty of Monroe, present and furnished the music. wmea at the home of Mr and Mrs ...... Blesse  ar he dead who August Carlson, on Woods cree . ". ^_. . . l dm m the Lord. From henceforth, ruau uunuay. . . yea, sayeth the Sprat that they rest Prof. John Busfield is essaying the]from their labors and their works role of evangelist these fine Sep- do follow them. tember Sunday mornings, distribut- At Rest ing the gospel as spoken from ira- Flowers they twined about her portant pulpits hundreds'of miles I As in death she lay there away. We urge Mr Busfield to] But not a flower among them keep on with the good work. Looked to us half so fair. Dearest Etta, now farewell, We'll miss your lovely face But we hope to meet in that blest land, Where all is joy and peace. --Mrs. E. L. Broughton Mr. and Mrs. W: S. Camp 'and daughters, Eileen and Grace, Mrs. Bess Huff, Mrs. H. M. Treadwell and daugher, Venetia, with Dr. Danforth, of Seattle, picnicked at Lake Roes- iger Sunday. Miss Treadwell cre- ated quite a diversion by falling in the water fully clothed, but escaped injury with the exception of a few minor bruises. ' Wenatchee--City council sets 1925 budget at $107,670, a decrease of $21,500 from preliminary estimate, but increase of $14,055 over 1924. thatg what convinced smokers the country over ! Chesterfield CIG00TTES ++++++++++++++++ii 4; + TWENTY YEARS AGO + Monitor. Files of October 4, 1904 +++++++++++++++ Warren Haskell has taken charge of the Monroe hotel dining room and has made extensive alterations. The local lodge of Good Templars has over fifty members and initiating new ones at every meeting. The Japs are invading Washington. .A syndicate of them recently pur- chased the shingle mill of Geo. Reed at Mt. Vernon. Rev. J. McKean left last Monday to attend the worlds' fair at St. Louis, for a few weeks. He will also go on to Bowrstown, Ohio, the old home, for a visit. Beginning Oct. 2nd the G. N. Ry. began running through trains to the coast via a cutoff in Montana, west of the Rocky mountains, cutting out Kalispell. A pedro party was given Mrs. L. L. Stephens last Wednesday night in the hospital parlor, to a large num- ber of young.people of the town. All persons are warned against shooting on my ranch, under penalty of the law--Mrs. Jane Berry. Jot. Bird Progressive pedro was played and high honors won by Miss Durie and Mr. Farmer. Jot. Bird favored the audience with recita- tions. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. ODell fell off the front porch, break- ing his collar bone, Wednesday. The setting was done by Dr. Stephens. The state supreme court of Wis- consin decided today the La Follette state ticket regular. (The California :court this year of 1924 sees things differently, however.) E. H. Nims has opened the Mon- roe Harness Shop in Mrs. Berry's building next to the town hall.. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Altizer were married fifty-three years ago this 6th day of October. Geo. F. Smith has sold his Tualco ranch to Emerson Miller of Red- mond. FARM NEAR ARLINGTON SELLS FOR $16,000 R. J. Wiley has sold his 25 acre farm at the south city limits to Mrs. Gina Hamilton of Stanwood, taking in trade a modern residence in that town. The deal included the stock and equipment on the Wiley place, about $16,000 being involved. Mrs. Hamilton takes possession at once, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley moving to Stan- wood. HAND INJURED IN ENSILAGE CUTTER Mr. Win. Crable, a farmer living about five miles south of Carnation whil operating a silage cutting ma- chine, Thursday of last week, injured one of is hands in a manner thaf it may necessitate the loss of one or two fingers. Morton--State bank and local busi- ness firm let contract for building 60x100 feet, to be built at once. ,CEMENT r Thedinga Hardware Co. E. W. COX, M. D. Optometrist Practice limited to comfort and efficiency of vision. OFFICES 210 South Lewis Street, Monroe, Tel. 1471 Monroe hours: until 9 a. m., and after 6 p. m. Sunday until 2p.m. 406 Commerce Building, Everett, Tel. Main 260 Phone -- White 54 Foley's Umbrella Shop 2803 Colby, Everett Recovering and Repairs of all kinds. Why am sailor00 trous00.. teO sowide? --because their looseness permits the wearer to pull them up quickly and easily when he scrubs deck or wades in the water. The quick and easy ac- tion of Mineral 0il - Russian Type accounts for its wide use in the treat- ment of constipation. Puretest Mineral Oil is a gentle lu- bricant that cleanses the intestinal tract without the unpleasant effects of some cathartics. Colorless, odor- less, easy to take. and absolutely pure. One of 200 Puretest preparations. Every item the best that skill and conscience can produce. CAMP-RILEY DRUG CO. You are sure of steady, dependable current for your radio set when you use the long-life Exides. There's one for every type of vacuum tube. ElmerLenestissurveyngarall roll Ch Stave road for Stephens Bros. to their mill. It will be about 2 miles long. C L BARLOW evrolet Co. Lem Rose resigned as night mar- shall because he was not able to , . '" "H[I[] stand the nightwork. Monroe s Exclusive Shoe Store 'has purchased a lot near the depot E S'lk H " Battery Department with the intention of building ama- verwear 1 oslery chine shop thereon. Misses Bennett, Lemon and Salt Star Brand Shoes Ililll wo ha.die on,, geu,.e gave an autograph party at the . [i| [ Exide Part home of Mrs. Salt a few evenings Monroe : . ..... .... Washington ' lll [ ago in farewell to Win. Marshall and