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Friday; October 3, 1924 E.T. BASCOM Lawyer Practices in All Courts Monroe, ..... Washington-. I G. F. COOK Lawyer 321 Stokes Building Everett, Wash. Dr. A. ZAREMBA Dentist Successor to Dr. Lewis Monroe National Bank Bldg. Monroe, Washington i EN Dr. C. W. ROB Dentist Dolloff Block Monroe f I ALBRIGHT TRANSFER &amp; FUEL CO. Local and long distance haul- ing. Forest wood for sale. Special rates on five cord lots. Let us bid on your hauling, any time, day or night. Phone 1501 MONROE Buckley--A second warehouse is + being built on N. P. railroad right + of way, to meet local shipping needs. + Arlington -- Modern filtratioin plant, to cost $26,000, to be installed for city water works. Present ,capacity 500,000 gallons daily. Classiiicd WANTED SHINGLE BOLTS WANTED--Will pay $10.00, $11.00 or $12.00 per cord according to grade f. o. b. cars, your place, for selected 52 inch bolts. Call on us or write us for specifica- tions. Permanent market for right quality. New England Mfg. Co., Everett, Wash. 29t4 FOR SALE FOR SALE--20 acres, three miles from Monroe, about 1/ mile from Wagner mill; 7 acres cleared, 6 coom house, barn full of hay, farm machinery, tool's and houeshold furni- ture. Will sell cheap. John Mar- tinson, Rt. 2, Monroe. Phone 35W2. 29t4" FOR SALE--Six weeks old pigs and shoats; thoroughbred Poland China and Chester White, $5.00 and up. If you see them you will buy. A.L. Backlin, Duvall. Phone 1!JR2. 29t2" WANTED TO BUY--Old horses for chicken feed. A. L. Backlin, Duvall. Phone 19R2. 29t2" FOR SALE--Good building lot, north Kelsey street, basement excavated and forms in. Fer particulars in- quire of Rev. J. M. Stephens, 124 il SO" MadisOn St'' MOnrOe" 29t2. FOR SALE--Chevrolet touring, 1922, new tires, top, battery. Price $225.00 Phone 14F3; Verne Stover. 28t3" i FOR SALE--Beckwith air-tight wood i heater, first class condition. Call  144J2, Monroe. A J. Cogswell. 28tf ++++.v++.++++' +++++++++++** 4- "* AT THE CHURCHES  * WAGNER MILL * ++++++++++++++++++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + * METHODIST EPISCOPAL Mrs. C. J. Knott was tendered a Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. very delightful party last Wednes- Regular service at 11 a. m. and 8 day afternoon, the occasion being her p.m. fifty-sixth birthday. The following Epwrth League at 7 p.m. ladies were present: Mesdames Mc- Prayer meeting, Thursday evening Kenzie, Deming, Geo. Green, J. B. at 7:30 p.m. Anderson, Geo. Armbrust, Ludwig, E. D. White, Pastor. Waggoner, Armstrong, Kobe and W. J. McCord. Mrs. KnOtt received SWEDISH CHURCH many beautiful and useful gifts A Church school at 10 a.m. delicious luncheon was served at the Regular Services at 11 a. m. and close of the afternoon. 8p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesaa even- Millwood- Washington Water lng at 8 o'clock. Power Co. makes long-time contract Rev. E. A. Ohman, pastor, to furnish 3,000 horsepower to local paper mill. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Coming to Mass will be celebrated in St. EVERETT Mary's church, Monroe, Sunday, Oct. 5th at 9 a. m. Rev. Robt. Dillon, pastor. U N I T E D D O C T 0 R S THE MENNONITE CHURCH Specialists Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Classes in German and in English. German preaching, 10:45 a.m. DO NOT USE SURGERY Christian Endeavor every other Sunday at 7:30 p. m., in English and in German languages. Will be at Mitchell Hotel, English services every Sunday, one Sunday at 8:15 p. m. after C. E. THURSDAY AN D FRIDAY following Sunday 7:30 p. m. We preach Christ crucified, buried, OCTOBER 16-17 risen, ascended, coming again. The Saviour of men. Office hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. P. A. Kliewer, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH TWO DAYS ONLY Here is a message from President Coolidge: "Our nation was founded by men who came over for the sake No Charge for Consultation The doctor in charge is a graduate in medicine and surgery and is licens- ed by the State of Washington. He visits professionally the more import- ant towns and cities and offers to all who call on this trip consultation free, except the expense of treatment when desired. According to his method of treat- ment he does not operate for chronic appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of the stomach, tonsils or adenoids. He has to his credit many won- derful results in diseases of the sto- mach, lver, bowels, blood, skin, heart, nerves, kidney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism, sci- atica, leg ulcers and rectal ailments. If you have been ailing for any length of time and do not get any better, do not fail to call, as improp- ez measures rather than disease are very often the cause of your long . standing trouble. DUVALL NEWS REMEMBER above date, that con- sultation on this trip will be free, and 4- +  + + + + + + that his treatment is different. DR. E. A. SCHMOKER Veterinarian to the Carnation Milk Farms Diseases of Breeding Animals a Specialty Lewis & Powell Monroe Phone 1431 I OUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY Two Daily Deliveries [[[ Whipping Cream that will Whip [][ All orders promptly filled [[] Milk from T. B. Tested Cows [[] L. A: KEECH Ill Tel 36J1 Monroe [ v .-- j : MISCELLANEOUS questions asked to the party who will return the small suit case taken from the sidewalk in front of the Case Photo Studio last Saturday night. R.I. CASE. LADIES ATTENTION -- To Mrs. Walkers stamped work, fancy work of all kinds, made up house dresses, bungalow aprons. Dresses made to order Special sewing. You are cordially invited to call and in- spect our various lines. Next door north ct? postoffice. 29tl ALL KINDS OF TRACTOR OR truck jobs done by day or contract. See Hillis at Monroe Garage. 28t2" PRACTICAL NURSE wishes cases --Mrs. B. Kercher, 459 Maple St., Monroe. 27t4" ,  AGENTS--Sell guaranteed hosiery CLARENCE HICKEY direct from mill to wearer; all styles and colors; salary paid for gineerlng, Surveying, Mapping full time or spare hours; no money INTERNA- needed for samples. 508 Commerce Bldg. llama m Wash. Ill Everett, TIONAL MILLS, 1324, Norristown Penna. 18-46 . . THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Page Seven PIANO TEACHER of religion. Religion is essential'.! The community without a church goes to pieces. I have seen it agai and again in New England. Our na- tion cannot live without morality and morality canot live without re- ligion." Church school at 10 a. m. Worship with sermon at 11 a. m. Evening service at 7:30. Next Sunday is Church Going Sunday--Come. Rev. J Morgan Lewis, Pastor. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Prayer meeting---Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Young People's meeting Sunday, 6:45 p. m. Evangelistic service-- Sunday 7:30 p. m. +++++++ (NE,i) quarter of the southeast NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE {SEVi) quarter, section 30, township LANDS 31, N. R. 5 E. W. M. All being NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, situated in Snohomish county, scate that on Tuesday; the 7th day of of Washington. October, 1924, between the hours of NOTICE IS THEREFORE HERE- ten o'clock in tk'c forenoon and four BY GIVEN, that on the 18th day of o'clock in the afternoon, commencing October, A. D. 1924, at the hour of at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the day, in front of the main entrance front door of the court house in door to the county court house in Everett, Snohomish county, state of the city of Everett, county of Sno- Washington, I will sell all the right, homish, state of Washington, either title, claim and interest of above :by the County Auditor of said named defendants, or either of them, l county or by a member of the in and to the above desecribed prop-Board of State Land Commissioners erty at public auction to the highest lo f the state of Washington, the fol- and best bidder for cash. !lowing described state lands, to- Dated at Everett, Washington, thisgethe r with the improvements situat- 16th day of September, 1924. JAMES McCULLOCH, i ed thereon, will be sold at public Sheriff of Snohomish County. lauctin to the highest bidder there- [for, to-wit: By J. T. Rogers, Deputy. I NOTE--No one except citizens of Clarence J. Coleman and O. T. Webh, lthe United States, or persons who Everett, Wash., Attorneys for Plaintiff. ]have declared their intention to be- First pub. Sept. 19, 1924. come such, can purchase state lands. Application No. 12230. Last pub. Oct 10, 1924. SE of NE:,/ f section 16, town- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE i ship 28 north, range 7 east, W. M., IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF lcontaining 40 acres, more or less, .......................... i according to the government survey . . ,   ,,ATr,?o?Tll:nereoi, apprameu aB l,I,uuu. lll 2LN I) UI% N U A-I U I 1 A " t Said lands will be sold for not less COUNTY. No. 20941. ,than the appraised value above Anna Young, plaintiff, vs.' William stated and upon the terms' and con- A. Young, defendant, ditions following: Under and bv virtue of a Writ of Terms and Conditions of Sale: Execution issued out of the above Not less than one-tenth of the put- named court, in the above entitled chase price mustbe paid at the time cause, and to me directed and de-.of the sale to the officer makEn. the livered, I have duly levied upon all Isale. The purchaser, if he be no the right, title, claim and interest of! above named defendant, or either of l the owner of the improvements, must them, in and to the following de-frthwith pay to the officer making scribed real property, situated in Ithe sale the full amount of the ap- Snohomish county, state of Wash-ll praised value of the improvements, ington, to-wit: l as above stated. One-tenth of the The southwest quarter of the lpurchase price must be paid annually northwest quarter, of section 14, [ thereafter with interest on all defer- township 29, range 6, E. W. M. Sit-] red payments at the rate of 6 per uated in Snohomish county, state of[ centum per annum, together with ac- Washington. i crued interest on any balance at the -- -  1  f ac orin -Isame rate: Provided, That any pur- .nd maKe fia e nereo .. e u g t chaser may make full payment of to law, suojec nowever o ne recoro rinci-al interest an" s'a" " r " mortgage of Della M. Metzger in the ]aPt an p time an " obta?n 'eeTsle: SOI$1'O0'EREFORE HERE_!paten. The purchaser of land con- v orw,T +ho ,, + +h , f[tammg hmber or other valuable ma- . '"" "":': -'Y '"' "'l terials is prohibited by law from cut- UCoDer, A. 1. lvza, a ne nour o n .,,- a vr of -i aa, at the] tmg or remowng any such tmber or ............ _ .... :_ [ matermls wthout first obta nmg c n- IrOlB uoor ol ne courv house ., . ........... I sent of tne Commssmner of'Pubhe rsvereBL nonomlsu county, sa:e oi  , - ' ......... II--I th ri ht ''anus or the board, until the full wasmngon, i Well se a e g , ++'- '- nd interest of above[ amunt of the purchase pmce has - " " n'ant o ither of them l been prod and deed msue . nameu uee a , r e , n a ma .... he bove described -ro- ] All sales of state la ds re de m, ana  , a-+;on +o the hiPhest] subject to the reservations of oils, an b=s("bdder"for cash " ]gases. coal, ores, minerals and fossils . ...... ;'. -- - ,is|of ery name, kind and description, aeu a vereL wasnlngon, u  .  . .... ,  10&  $ '---- "4 }ana Io ne afldltlonal erms aria con- JAMES McCULLOCH, dtions prescribed in the act of the Sheriff of Snohomish County. legislature approved March 20, 1907, By J. T. Rogers, Deputy. Wm. SHELLER, 330 Stokes Bldg. Everett, Wash., Attorney for Plaintiff. First pub. Sept. 19, 1924. Last pub. Oct 10, 1924. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF -THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY. No. 22518. Wm. H. Croft, Charles J. Croft, Mrs. Mary C. Jackson, and Floyd L. Croft, the only heir-at-law of Joseph I. Croft and W. A. Croft, his wife, both deceased, plaintiffs, vs. Samuel Croft, and Jane Doe Croft, his wife, if any, whose true name is to the plaintiffs unknown; David Croft, and Jane Doe Croft,.his wife, being s'ection 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said land will be .sold subject to the terms, conditions and reserva- tions of chapter 109 of the session laws of 1911, relating to easements for rights of way and the carrying of timber, stone, minerals and other products over the same. The above described lands are of- fered for sale in pursuance of an order of the Board of State Land !Commissioners, and in order of sale duly issued and certified by the Com- missioner of Public Lands of the State of Washington now on file in the office of the county auditor of said county. CLARK V. SAVIDGE, Commissioner of Public Lands. First pub. Aug. 29, 1924. Last pub. October 3, 1924. Electrical Contracting Special Attention to Beginners $1.00 an Hour --MOTOR TROUBLE-- MRS. BAYTON _. (Day or Night) 227 Lewis St. Apt. 1 Consultation Gladly Given W. L. KNAPP -<., .-_ ..,,,. Thedinga Hardware Co., Monroe (_ .    x.v /- " " " .., Have your milk de-Illl P.illlflE61iil dehveres [[[[" " " '-  t,00o IIII ind. W" A" N0MKoEnLo III  Phone 4 e . ,  | FRr BU | lfB dou no meet ou cllYellow otKed Top C. H. BAKEMAN l rd,, c, *p,-. Funeral Director Phones: Office 691; House 693. Bet and Prompt Service Snohomish, Wash. To Be Satisfied When in Everett EAT AT THE Smith's Shop Auto Repairing Wagon Work General Jobbing Spring Work HORSE SHOEING North Lewis St., Monroe Andrews' Old Stand Telephone 104 Gaffney Care 1507 Hewitt Avenue Everett, Washington I r_ m 1 C, Am STRANDBERG Doctor Veterinary Science General Practice General Blacksmilbing Hersshoeing NceWlen UJcldin'a Monroe, Wash. Telephones-- Office 1921 Residence Phone 1963 I E, E, PUROY & SONS Undertakers --Telephone 131-- Snohomish Office  Phone 42 - Monroe, Washington PLUMBING OR SHEET METAL WORK See VICTOR MATTSON at THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. Monroe i HAROLD S. HOLLIER High Class Decorating Paperhanging Estimates Free 20 years' experience 201 N, Lewis St. Mor0e Address: 336 Boston Block, Minne- if any, whose true name ]s to the NOTICE Sam Hiebel has built a new barn, apolis, Minnesota. plaintiffs unknown; Daniel Croft, a new garage at his home south of __  land Jane Doe Croft, his wife, if any, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, town. Mr. Hiebel has one of the SUMMONS I whose true name is to the plaintiffs WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASH- prettiest and most comfortable farm IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF[unknown; Lorenzo D. Croft, and Jane INGTON. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, Doe Croft, his wife, if any, whose WHEREAS, an information has homes in this locality. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF true name is to the plaintiffs un- been filed in the Western District SNOHOMISH ' known; Albert W. Croft, and Jane of Washington, on the 17th day of Rev. G. W. Abbott of the M. E Lucille Barrett, plaintiff, vs. Charles Doe Croft, his wife, if any, whose September, 1924, by the United church, Duvall, has moved to Carna- Barrett, defendant, true name is to the plaintiffs un- States of America, against one tion to reside. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON to known; Adam Croft. Lizzie Croft; Jewett sedan, Washington license No. the said Charles Barrett, defendant: the unknown heirs of Joseph I. Croft 178080, engine No. 44079 and tools Our little auto rest .grounds and GREETING: !and W. A. Croft, his wife, both de-and accessories, and LUTItER L. park ha had many visitors" this You are hereby summoned to ap- ceased; the unknown heirs of John L. NEADAU and against all persons season, many more than ever be- p'ear within sixty days after the date Croft and Sylvia Preston Croft, his i lawfully intervening for their inter- of the first publication cf this sum- wife, both deceased; the State o est thereon, in the cause of violation fore. mons, to-wit, within sixty days after Washington. "Also the unknown of section 14 of the act of congress the 3rd day of October, A. D. 1924, heirs of any of the said defendants of July 13, 1866, civil and maritime. Tom 0'tic[re has been visiting the and defend the above entitled action deceased." "Also all other persons AND WHEREAS, by virtue of past week at the Gibbons Bros. home. in the above entitled court and ans- or parties unknown claiming any process in due form of law, to me "Gibbie" O'Haire, who for some time wer the complaint of the plaintiff, right, title, estate, lien or interest directed, returnable on the 13th day time has been in the stag gatne in and serve a copy of your answer upon in the real estate described in the of October, 1924 I have seized and ..... the undersigned attorneys for plain- cm-laint herein" adverse to the taken the said Jewett sedan auto- Texas. has returned to wasmngn[tiff, at their office below stated; and ptaznzzzs" "' ................ uue nereto, oezenaans.l[mbile , etc,. and have it in my cus- andness expectSin thig tOlocality.engage in a like bus[- inment accordingCaSewillf toYUr betherendered faiPdredemand.of so against to dO,the judg-com_yOu IOTHA; EA HAI O EH I thaTa m  'v Am;O r IsWA m-I IN C'TON- [  Y;-" m LC E ri/CciUo     w  w xr%eXrtn Oliver Benham and three other plaint, which has been filed with the -REETINGS [the United Sta e " L :  city of Seattle on the 13th day of boys arrived Saturday from a trip clerk of said court. The objects of YOU AND EACH OF YOU are! October, 1924 for the trial of said the above entitled action are: 1. To uremises, and the owner or e , hereby summoned and reqmred to own rs to the north forks at Snoqualmie. dissolve the bonds of matrimony appear within sixty (60) days after and all persons who may have or Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith and son subsisting between plaintiff and de- fendant; 2. To secure the care and the date of the first publication of claim any interest, are hereby cited Jack have gone on a trip by ago, custody of the min.or child of the this Summons, to-wit: within sixty to be and appear at the time "and mobile down through California and partied thereto; 3. And for general (60) days afetr the 29th day of place aforesaid, to show cause, if any August, A. D. 1924, and defend the they have, why a final decree should expect to be out a month, relief. ALEX M VIERHUS and above entitled action in the aforesaid not pass as prayed.  .   .   . .     . + OLIVER "ANDERSON, court, and ansver the complaint of E.B. BENN, ............... + Attorneys for plaintiff, the plaintiffs, and serve a, copy of U.S. Marshall ' 4.[ Office and Post Office Address" l your answer upon ne unuers}gne. First pub. Sept. 26, 1924. Last October 3, 1924. + MOUNT FOREST NEWS ++l Suite 416 Hedges Building, " [att.orney for the pla)ntiffs, at hi: pub. .+] Everett, Snohomish County, t oriee nereinoemw aeszgnae as n + +4,++[Washington. Ipost office address, and in case of NOTICE TO CREDITORS The new steel bridge being builtlFirst pub. Oct. 3, 1924. your failure so to do, judgment across the Snoqualmie river at Mr. Last pub. Nov. 7, 1924. will be rendered against you, accord- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF ing to the demands of the complaint, THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, Forest is nearing completion, and NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE I which has been filed with the clerk IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF i will be one of the finest bridges in IN THE .SUPERIOR COURT OF of the aforesaid court. ; SNOHOMISH. No. 6472. The object and purpose of "this III Snohomish county. THE SATE OF WASHINGTON. IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH action is to quiet title in plaintiffs In the matter of the estate of Emma Wesley Stackpole has sold his COUNTY. No. 20924. and remove any cloud on the follow- Jane Church, deceased. forty-acre ranch to a Mr. Armstrong Emil Martinson, plaintiff, vs. George ing described lands, situate in Sno- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, of Seattle, who has begun clearing Gregoson et ux, defendant. , homish County, Washington: that the undersigned have been ap- Under and by virtue of a Writ of The east half of the northeast pointed and have qualified as execu- it. Mr. Armstrong intends to plant Execution issued out of the abowlquarter of section nineteen, and thn trices" of the estate of Emma Jane part of it in berries, named court, in the above entitledlnorthwest quarter of the northwest Church. deceased; that all persons '" cause, and to me directed and de- quarter of section twenty, all in having claims against said deceased Wallace Hobson, of High Rock, livered, I have duly levied upon all/township thirty-one, north range six,are hereby required to serve the has bought forty acres of land from the right, title, claim and interest of] east, W. M.. in Snohomish County, same, duly verified, on said execu- Mr. Bell and is building a large above named defendants, or either[ State of Washington. trices or their attorneys, at the ad- dress below stated, and file the of them, in and to the following de- And to obtain an order and decree chicken house thereon with the in- scribed real property, situated in of court that you have no right, title, with the clerk of said court with proof of service, within six tent[on of going into the poultry Snohomish county, state of Washing-lestate, lien or interest in or to said same business. Mr. Bell owns a large ton, to-wit- i lands, or any part thereof, and that months after the date of the first tract of logged-off land at Mt.; An undi:ided one-half interest in you be enjoined and debarred from publication of this notice, or the - Forest; has sold eighty acres to the following tract of land. southwestlever asserting any claim in or to said same will be barred. William Lawrence of Seattle, and (SWA) quarter of the" northeast lands or any part thereof adverse to Date of first publication, September (NEff) quarter, section 21, town-the plaintiffs' ownership. 26th, 1924. forty to Mr. Grimes. The soil is ship 31, north range 5 E. W.M. G.M. LeCOCQ, MARGARET PUGH BUCK, very rich, the land being sold rapidly All of southeast (SE) quarter Attorney for the Plaintiffs. JOHANNA LA ROZA BECHLER, to people who intend to make their of northeast (NEaA) quarter, see- G. M. LeCocq, attorney .for the Executrices. home here. tion 21, township 31, N. R. 5 E. plaintiffs, Address: 16-21 Walsh Block, W.M. Post office address: Everett, Washington. Jess Smith is rebuilding his saw- Southwest (SW) quarter of the 509-10 Commerce Building, I First pub. Sept. 26, 1924. southeast (SE) of section 27, Everett, Washington. I Last pub. Oct. 10, 1924. mill and will be ready to saw [urn- township 31, N. R. 4 E. W.M. First publication Aug. 29, 1924. I L-  - , ber in a few days. Northhalf (N) of the northeast: Last publication October 3, 1924. DO YOUR PRINTING