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Friday, October 3, 1924 THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Page Five R. J. STRETCH CASH AND CARRY ,JUST ARRIVED-- Fresh shipment of Wahmts, 23c lb.; 2 lbs ......................................... 45c Brazil Nuts, ] 8c lb.; 2 lbs ......................................................................... 35c --  ; 7--" m L . 6 Packages Matches ............ 29c 2qc Quarts ............................................ 55e 1/o Gal $1.10 -Wesson Oil, pints ................................... : ................ - ................................. 5lazola Oil, pints .................................................... 29c Quarts ............................................ 55e 1/2 Gal .................................. $1.1.0 Amaizo Oil, pints ................................................ 29c Quarts ............................................ 55c 1/2 Gal .................................. $1.10 White King Washing Powder, large l)aekage " 49c Small, 13e, 2" for .................................................................................... 25e 6 bars Crystal White Soap ...................................................................... 25e 10 bars Cocoanut Oil Soap ......................................... : .......................... 39e 1 Gal ....................................... $2.10 1 Gal ....................................... $2.10 1 Gal ....................................... $2.10 Karo Syrup, Dark, No. 10 Pails, 80e; No. 5, 40e. Stretch's High Grade Coffee, 42e lb.; 3 lbs., $1.18---All CASH AND CARRY SPELLS A SAVING FOR YOU coffee, no tin. Karo Syrup, Light, No. 10 Pails, 85c; No. 5, 45c WE ROAST OUR OWN. We invite inspection of our feed department + + + + + + + + + + + ++ ++ + +-I'- LOCAL NEWS ITEMS $ ,.+ + +++ ++++++++++++4 Marcel 50c; bob curl 25c; mani- cure 35c. Apartment A. Comfort hotel, south Lewis street, Monroe. A grand dance is scheduled to take place in the Grange hall, Novelty, Saturday evening, Oct. 4th, to which all are very cordially invited. Buy a Ford and bank the difference. Monroe Garage. The next meeting, of the Com- mercial club will be held in Commun- ity hall Monday evening, Oct. 6th at 8 o'clock. A good turnout is expected. The Monroe Auto Top hop can do that new top job for you. FOOTBALL--Don't miss the foot- ball game between Monroe and Index Friday at 3:30. If you have trouble with your watch O, E. Williams will fix it. 19if The mushroom crop was never better hereabouts than it is just now. Thd heavy warm rains have the Beverly office as trick operator. sent the white-capped fungi to the/Mr. Star has been reinstated in his surface in wonderful perfection and l old job here, the logging runs being in an abundance never before equal-lput back into service, and which no ed. - doubt he is highly pleased over. Don't missthe big football game FOOTBALLDon't miss the foot- between Monroe and Index Friday at 3:30 p. m. The Triple tI club met at the home of Mrs. Florence Henry on Thursday last. This was the club's regular business meeting, the following offi- cers were elected: Mrs. George Hagedorn, preNdent; Mrs. George Nelson, vice president; Mrs. Ray Green, secretary and treasurer. Those desiring a copy of the pam- phlet setting forth the various spe- cial measure to be voted upon next month can procure a copy of same by writing to Grant-Hinkle, secre- tary of state, Olympia, Wash. A postal card will bring you one. During the past month the oper- ator service at the local office of the Milwaukee Ry had been discontin- ued and the operator, B. W. Starr, for the time being, transferred to ball game between Monroe and Index Friday at 3:30. The K. of P. lodge held a district[ convention at Arlington Tuesday. I Quite a number of Monroe lodge l members were in attendance. The ' MercantileCo. Phones--311-321 THANK YOU. We are highly grat- ified with the business you have been giving us in our temporary quarters. We try to keep our stock complete and to have at all times a full selec- tion of the best fresh fruits and veg- etables. Del Monte ' Seeded Rmsins 00ooking b00k00ng; per pkg . 9 f Minced Clams can Kipp Fine for lunches. ered Snacks .0r can 5 Clam Chowder per can Sliced Pineapple Large cans. 2 for . . 55 E.,,I. |.,n Hyberttest. ag_______ y___ z fo____ __:_.. . . 25 Deviled Meat Small can . 5 New Dates Just received. per pkg . . 15 Temporary Location on Lewis St. No one between the ages of seven and seventy should miss the African game pictures at the high school, Friday and Saturday nights, Oct. 3rd and 4th. First showing in Mon- roe. 29tl The Elks' lodge will hold an open session in Arlington on Tuesday, October 7th, and will later hold one in Monroe. It is expected that the local lodge will be well represented at Arlington. The Monroe business men will hold a gym class in the high school gym- nasium Tuesday evening, October 7th. The Everett .Y M. C. A. will send an instructor down from Everett, Everybody is asked to turn out. Dr. Payne is remodeling the roms over the Monroe National Bank and expects to be located in his new quar- ters within a week or so. q A vivid record of the thrills and chills of the jungle. Exciting and humorous. Some big game pictures of Africa. High school auditorium, Friday and Saturday nights, 8 p. m. 29tl The Catholic Ladies' Aid card party, given at the parish house on Thursday evening last, was a suc- cess and a pleasant time was enjoyed by all present. The pillow slips and dresser scarf were awarded to Mrs. Felix J. Plettl, of Everet. The ladies wish to thank their friencs for their generous attendance. The Congregational Ladies' Aid .party, giver/ at the Congregational hall on Friday afternoon last, wag a success, about seventy-five being present. The hall was beautifully decorated with vines and autumn flowers/ The program included two piano solos by Miss Mildred Tread- well and two vocal solos by Mrs. A. J. tIobbie. Delieiou refreshments were served. The Swedish ,Ladies' Aid will meet ++++++++++++++++++ + SOCIETY + +++++++++++++++ Mrs. R. J. Stretch entertained last Friday afternoon at her home on Main street. The house was beauti- fully decorated with autumn flowers and foliage. After a social after- noon the hostess served a delicious luncheon. Those present ,were the Mesdames P. H. Raymond, Wm. Lillemoen, B. J. Lobdell, J. J. Cret- ney, E. T. Bascom, C. R. (ordon, A1 MacDougall, James Defeyter, Russell Byron, C L. Barlow and A. B. Sprau. The Persevere club met Wednesday afternoon last with Mrs. Leonard Schrag. The following ladies were present: Mesdames A. Steffeia, Funk, Charles Chilberg, Orr, Larson, Reap- er, Aldridge, E. Schrag, J. A. John- son, J. E. Walsh, with Mesdames Pfeiffer, Arp, Nelson, H. Sehrag and Miss Gerber as visitor. After a, guessing game the hostess served a lovely luncheon. Mrs. John Wedel was hostess to a party of ladies on Wednesday after, noon. The following ladies enjoyed an afternoon of bridge: MtTsdames J. J. Cretney, Fred Thedinga, James Skalley, W. A. Munro, Tom Cromwell Sam Knapp, E. C. Streissguth, J. J. Reardon, F. K. Swan, James Ham- ilton, C. H. Currie, C L. Neweomb Geo. Stuart, Steve Boss, Roy Jelli- son and Fred Erickson, of Seattle who is a house guest of the hostess. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess who was assisted by Mrs. W. A. Munro. The house decorations were autumn leaves with dark red and yellow late summer flowers.' Mrs. Newcomb scored high and Mrx. Currie low; both received prizes. VASA MEETING The Vasa ladies club, "Siljan," met at Mrs. Mike Mustonien's at Wag- ner's mill Wednesday, Oct. 1st. There i were quite a few members attending I and three visitors--Mrs. Anderson, Miss Ellen Ho|mbeck and Mr. Emil Anderson. A nice lunch.was served by Mrs. Mustonien and a good time was had by all. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Pete Johnson's, Park Place, November 5th. ODD SIZED RUGS Square,-also long and narrow, in large assortment,' at Waldron Co., [Seattle. Terms and delivered. 29tl Thursday afternoon, October 9th, at I two o'clock in the church basement. ] Everybody welcome. The Women;s Republican club of Snohomish county will hold a busi- ness meeting on Saturday afternoon at two o'clock at the Republican headquarters in Everett, for elec- tion of officers and other necessary business. Complimentary refresh- ments will be served during the af- ternoon. A large attendance is re- quested. By order of the executive committee. A letter recently received by Her, man Sandberg, of the Wagner mill community, from his wife now in Christiana, Norway, whither she went to visit her parents some few months ago, announced the birth of a daugh- ter on August 26th.; that all con- cerned are doing well', and that the baby is just the picture of her dad.' This young lady, coming in the wake of three brothers, who are also with their mother, puts the real polish on for Herman and makes him more anxious than ever for their safe re- turn home." Dont miss Hunting Big Game in Africa with Gun and Camera, Friday and Saturday nights at high school auditorium; nine reels. 29tl The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church, met at the home of Frank Countryman Thursday afternoon. Plans were made for a chicken din- ner on October 17th to raise funds to furnish the new church. After a social afternoon delicious refresh- 'ments were served by the hostess. The Epworth League held a cab- inet meeting of newly elected offi- MONROE PEOPLE ! HOW'S THIS? , HALL'B CATARRH MEDICINIg Trade liberally in both rugs and do what we claim for it--rid your system furniture with Waldron Company, i of Catarrh or Deafness caused by Catarrh. Seattle, at 1322 Fourth with rugs I HALL'S CATARRH EDICINE con- and a furniture department 1417 t mists of an Ointment which Quickly' L Fifth. 29tl Relieves the catarrhal inflammation, and the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acts through the Blood on the 2VIucoum Surfaces. thus assisting to restore nor- I will get my next suit from real conditions. George Smith. Sld by druggists for over 40 Years. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O. Here is the genuine Edmonds "OOT-FITTER" No. 1 --it has an arch support built right in the shoe--for the support of" broken down" insteps and flat feet. It Fits Snugly in the Instep and Heel--is Easy across the toe and ball. It holds the foot in Absolutely Correct Position. NO more heavy, cumbersome arch supports made separ- ate and placed in the shoe. Absolute Comfort and Ease. LET YOUR FEET BREATHE IN GENUINE EDMONDS "FOOT-FITTERS"! They require no breaking in and feel at once like old shoes. / PRICE $7.50 I J. E. WOOD CO. 500 Monroe People Will be glad to see The Model Comedians Present that big joyous laugh generator "The Country Girl" Two hours of speed-limit fun. cers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F .E. Countryman Wednesday even- i. ALL NEW VAUDEVILLE Roy Beckman, who has been visit- his parents in Monroe for some AT ing time, returned to his duties on the Tacoma News-Tribune staff Satur- - day. Marian Beckman aecompanied I O O Hall him to Everett where she visited friends over the week end. S d y,. O 5th LOST--SpaYe tire with rim and cover un a ct. in Monroe or vicinity, Friday, Sept. 92th or 27th. Mrs. Earnest Austin, Phone 1222. -- ght O ly w00ire One n hens at seventy-five cents each. 149 Charles street. 29t2" FOR'SALE--Nice grade Guernsey Make No Mistake--Come! heifer, 9 months old. For details inquire Montior office. 29t1" FOR SALE--New modren house , on Admission: Adults 50c; Kiddies 25c S. Madison street on terms. Archie Faussett. 29t1"