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try H.H. Weller, Clothing, Shoes. I Bascom & Austin sells land. Alamarosa Cream for Sun Burn at Mansfield's. W. H. Pope, of Mora, Minn., will open the bank at Tolt. " Donovan & Pattison will place a new plat on tile market soon. Place your order for any print- ing needed soon with this office now. Lots in Donovan & Pattison's First Addition, $100 each, $10 down, balance monthly A new line of Columbia Disc Machines and Double Disc Re cords at tile alusic store. Hugh Agnew is building ares ldence on his property on Mc- Dougall street in the rear Of S. B. Moore. The largest line of Colgate's Soaps and Toilet Articles ever s lown in Monroe at Camp Bros, Drug Co. A recent arrival from Idaho has bought the Thos. Bowes place and some acre proprty in the rear of the err tract, Messrs. P. H Calligan. Joseph Bound and J. H. Pownall were among the Monroe people who secured prizes at the Grange fair for fruit exhibits. There will be a meeting of the Commercial Club at the Cily: Hall next Monday night, a good attendance is desired by Presl- dent Ritcbie, as important busi ness is to come up. The change in t',.e weather has caused a good deal of sickness. Colds are very prevalent. There are slill a good many cases of measles noted but, the closing of the schools is believed to have prevente3 extensive spreading of the disease. Gee. W Stakpole swore out, a warrant against tile chauffeur of"the auto which caused his up set in Tualco recently. The car belongs to Mr. Bonner, of the Everett Weyerhauser com- pany, and was occupied at the "of the accident be the chauffer and two Mot.roe young ladies. The wagon built by Shumaker & Humphreys for the local school district has been complet- ed and is now in use hauling pu- pils from Park Place, The wagon is a handsome and well built and convenient vehicle and it s a credit to the town that it was built at home at a cost less than smilar wagons can be bought for elsewhere. When your food does not di- gest well and you feel "blue.' tired and discouraged, you should use a little HERBINE at bed- time. It opens the bowels purl ties the system and restores a line feeling of health and ener gy. Price 50c. Sold by W.E. Mansfield. It's a Pleasure to Carve one of our Joints of Choice Meat--it is so tender and juicy, so sweet and appe- tizing'. Our Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal and Pork are all of the finest quality and 'ive the greatest satisfaction to all who try them. They are dressed so as I to avoid all uneeessary waste, conse- quently a joint from us is an economic- al one. Try our fresh-killed Poultry nd our mild-cured Hams and Bacon. ausages in season. Monroe Mercantile o. INCORPORATEDI Office Supplies at Mansfield's. Fall Hats now on display. Tut- tie Millinery. See Bascom & Austin for the best fire insurance. Mrs. Christian, practical ma- turity nursing, Sunset phone 277. Wanted--A few table boarders in a private family, close in town. Inquire at this office. Lots in Donovan & Pattison's First Addition, $100 each, $10 down, balance montiqy. See us for optical goods and repair work. We save you 5C per cent. Fit guaranteed. Ritch ie's. Order the Post Intelligencer through thm office and get it and the Monitor-Transcript one year for $6.00 More than one hundred years of success enjoyed by Colgate's toilet articles. Camp Bros. Drug Company. F. J. Bartels is now occupy- ng the old photograph gallery on Lewis street ,'s an undertak- ing establishment. Look over the 5c, 10e and 15c counters at the Monroe Bazaar and you will pick up bargains in many, things you need. "Paid in Full," one of the strongest fiction stories that were popular last year, wdl be shown by the May Roberts Company. A special meeting of the Com- mercial club, will be held at the City Hall next Monday evening and a good attendance is desired. Rev Andrew Swartz will hold services in the Swedish church next Sunday in the afternoon at 3 o'clock and in the exening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. E. P. Walker was very agreeably surprised Wednesday when she received a box of Swaet Peas and Asters that had jusl taken the first priza at the Spo- kane Interstate Fair. The flowers were raised by her friend, Mrs. L. A. King of Spokane. Mr. Fayette Lee and Mr. Al- fred Halferson, father and brother-in-law of A. L. Lee. who arrived last week on a visit, have purchased the A. E. Nye house. one of the Donovan & Pattison cottages on Madison street, and are going to make there home in Monroe. A gntleman opened an ac- count at the Monroe National Bank Aug. 13th. On Sept. 9 he gave a check in payment of a bill of $350. Payment #as after wards disputed, nut the endorsed check in the bank vault settled the dispute in the customer's favor, A young men's club was form ed at the opera house Wednesday night. Chas. Hunter was chosen president, Frank Murphy vice president andAxel Nordmark sec- retary and treasurer. Messrs. Pat- leon, Kurtz and Moulton were appointed to secure members. The purpose of the club is any form of amusement they may de- cide on later. A meeting will be held a the opera house Friday, October 14. Everybody' interest- ed is invited to attend. The theatrical season is open- ing up with a list of first class attractions and among the top notchers, is the name of The May Roberts Company, for they come this year with even a bet- ter company than they had last season and the latest plays in their repel.tore, in speaking of this company it only fair to stale that the record for clean health- ful and real downright clever acting this aggregation is the premier, and it is easy to predict that the reserve seat sale will be heavy. May Roberts and her company open an engagement at Opera House Sunday for 4 nights. Prices 25c.-35e. 50c. Come in and see the new Fall Hats. Tuttle Millinery. particular soap for particu- lar people, "'Colgate's." at Camp Bros. You will lind the newest mag- azines at Trotter's Lewis street confectionery. The firm of R. J. Mayem & Son is in the hands of the sheriff on a mortgage claim. Lots in Donovan & Pattison's i First Addition, $100 each, $10 down. balance monthly. Ray Bacheldor, a delivery boy for Elwell, fell off his horse and hurt his leg quite baJly. You can find anything you need at the Monroe Bazaar and the prices are always cheap. 1 lot on Powell, 100 feet front. 13 rods back, good location, for sale cheap by L. G. Waggane Our 17 jewel Waltham watch in dust proof case for men at $10 is a snap. Call and see it. Ritch- e's. Lost--Scotch Collie pup about 8 months old. Reward if return- ed to H. Moldenhower at reform- story. Rev. Tyler Dennett, of Seattle, will pr( ach in the Congregational church next Sunday, morning and evening. The water company reservoir is nearly ready for use and ould have been finishad if it had not been for the rain, There are a good many vicious characters among the floating population in Monroe these days and it is well for householder  to keep a safe look out for their valuables. The Duvall postofice is now transacting business with A. H. i Boyde as postmaster- The fil"Sl sack of mad was transferred there from the Monroe office by carrie" J. P. Austin. W. D. Adams, of Novelty, is on tim trail of a large wildcal that he believes is a puma cat. It is much larger than an ordi- nary wildcat and a vet,: fierce animal. It badly injured one of his dogs. The Monroe Mercantile corn pany m now equipped in its grocery, salesroom and business offices in a way to make them as handsome and convenient as in an)" large city. A fine display window will also be arranged in the corner. A special session of the town council was held Monday even- ing for the purpose of certifying up to the County Auditor the amount of money necessary to be raised by taxation. By rea- son of the increase in assessed valuation in town it is believed that the tax levy will not be over eight mills. Saturday was one of the busi est days that Monroe has seen for a long time and the local merchants did a most gratifying business. The crews on both the railroads, doing work in this vicinity, were paid off and stop- ped work on account of the rain and High Rock was closed down on account of another accident to the engine. The Snohgmish County Equal Suffrage club has designated Sat- urday, October 15. as Tag Day. to raise funds to carry on the campaign in the county. All per sons who really desire :he amend ment to carry should take hold of this matter. For further par- ficulars address the president, Mrs. McNamara, or the secre tary, Miss Ella Darragh. of Ed- monds, Wash. One Hundred and Eight Years Old For one hundred and eigLt years Colgate & Co. have been reca,nized as the best, aswell as the largest, manufacturers of the highest grade soaps and perfumes in America. The prices are rea- sonable and the quahty the very best. The largest line ever shown in Monroe at Camp Bros. Drug Company. dlr Colgate Toilet Soaps at Camp Bros. Drug Co. Bring your watch repair work to us. We dolt right. Ritchie's. The first number of the library lyceum course will be November 251h. Complete stock of Mckinley Edition 10c Music at the Music Store. Buy your reading matter at Trotter's. He has all the leading magazimes. A 35c box of Mansfield's Soap will transfer 50 dollars worth of Men roe Real Estate. Ingrain carpeting for sale; also three qutrter bed complete Mrs. W. B. Bier see, South Lewis St. Fern Bluff grange will meet in t'e afternoon of the first Satur day each month as well as on the third Wednesdays. E. S. Niche:s, the eye special- ist. at Camp Bros. Dug Store, Thursday, Oct. 13 Examina- tions free. All work guaranteed. The Snoqualmie power people did notzetaman up to turn on the power the first of the month, hut it i expected that it will be turned on today. Unles[ the new roam being fixed by the Milwaukee towards Roose- velt is put in good shape at an early date, Monroe will lose a lot of trade from that vicinity this fall and winter Monroe hunters are getting in the game early. Nearly ninety licenses trove already been issued by Deputy Warden Thedinga and the hunters are getting out aJl over the country. Some fair sport is reported. May Roberts. who opens here Sunday night for a four nights' engagement, is regard,d as one of the bet emotional actresses to be seen in the stnaller places. She pleased Monr-e audiences highly while here on a previous engagement. R. W. Dwyer will hold a sale of personal property on the ranch formerly owned by Frank SLoes sel, four miles north of TolL, on Wednesday, October 12., St-ok. implemenls, household furmture. grin and feed. D. W. Funk. auctioneer. The Seattle P. I. of Sept. 1st says that the safe in the butcher shop of M. Kohlhagen, of Rose- burg, Ore., was blown open on the night of the 29i, h of Septem- ber" Kohlhagen had not depos ited for several days and between $300 and $500 in money was tak- en, besides many valuable papers. YOUR money should be kept in the MOnroe National Bank NO ...... Notice of Hearing of Final Account IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN AND FOR THE cOUNTY OF SNOHOMISH. In the Matter of the Estate of Samuel S. Gauthier, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the final account and report of Mary A. Gauthier, administratrix of the estate of Samuel S. Gauthier, deceased, has been rendered and presented to lhe above entitled court fur settlement; and that Satur- day, the 15th day of October, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m., at the court house in the city of Everett Snohomish County. Washington, has been duly appointed by said court as the time and place for the hearing and settlement of said report nd account, at which time and place any per- son interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing to said account and contest the same. Dated this 13th day of September, 1910. JOHN R. DALLY, Clerk of said Court. First pubhcation, Sept. 16, 1910. Last publication. Oct. 7, 1910. Beginning of the Germ Theory. Agostlno Bassi. a country doctor In the north of Italy. early in the last century was the starter of the germ theory of disease. At that time a pe- culiar disease was killing the silk- worms, bringing ruin to the whole silk country of Italy. BassL by the micro- scope, discovered the'germ which is the cause of the disease. The germ later was named Botritis bassiana. Bassi believed and stated that human diseases were also caused by germs Bussl's work was sneered at and pooh- poohed by his fellow men and physi- cians, and he failed to make a lasting Impression. thereby losing great glory for Italla.--New York Press. I'ler Heaaofl. "Why did you marry him?'' "'1 wanted to see if he were really as amiable as he appears." Too Modern. "Oh. fly with me," the lover ssld, "To some far dIItant spot!" Her cruel dad unscrewed one winlL AnQ thus he toiled the ploL. The Reason. "*Why Is he henpecked?.' "Because he Is so chicken hearted." Howard and Hamilton Watches are in a class by themselves; both fac- t tories refuse absolutely to allow a watch movement to . leave the factory until it has been thoroughly regulat- and adjusted. Our guarantee, backed by the manu- facturers goes with every Howard and Hamilton. We sell Hamiltons from $14.00 to $50.00. Howards from $40.00 to $1;0.00. We will be pleased to show you. J C.E. RITCHIE, Jeweler MONROE 8 East Main WASHINGTON  THE STORE FOR MEN 8( YOUNG MEN ! Some .... WELLER TREATS YOU WELL .... [ Points That Explain Sincerity Clothes Take up a SINCERITY coat and look it over. You would hardly realize that there are forty-three separate and distinct operations necessary to make that coat. And nearly all of them are strictly operations by hand. Some pans are sewed stronger and more accurately by machine than by hand. That's why SINCERITY CLOTHES are made partly by machine and mostly by hand. Take a pair of trousers and examine the finishing. You will find little perfected details that will make them wear as long as the coat and a "finish" that is seldom found in fine custom work. And there are thirty-seven different operations in every pair of SINCERITY trousers. The strongest, finest grade silk thread is used in sewing SINCER- ITY CLOTHES, and many places where additional strain comes, you will find them doubly sewn. In the coat, the finest materials are used inside to give strength and smoothness. Shrunken tape is used to keep the lines straight and support the pockets from the shoulder. Wherever there is a strain there is strength to meet it. Every piece of fabric, first shrunk by the woolen mill. is again shrunk by the London process beoore it enters into the making of a SINCERITY garment. So is every inch of linen tape and canvas. There is a generous outlet at every seam or wherever there may be I need for altering the length.or breadth. There is no skimping in II Im SINCERITY CLOTHES; no false economy. 1 The best $15 and $18 Suit to be found. Advance showing of Dress Shirts in all the new shades for the holiday trade, from $1 to $2. I H. H. WE[_LER ! Clothier, Hatter, Men's Furnishings and Shoes ! ! Start to Save When YouE The importance of beginning to save when young ][ cannot be overestimated. t Industry has it its own reward, but industry with-" out Frugality will produce but Half its right reward, t [ If You Commence to Save Now  The Habit will Stick as You Grow Older [ . The first dollar deposited will be a real incentive to continue saving. We invite young men to let us ib ecme their bankers" , Paid-up Capital . $25,000 Shareholders' IAabi:ity . - $25,000 Surplus ..... $10,00_0 t i Total - $60.000 I Monroe F00rst Natmnal Bank, 'l Prm t I)eliver q II t all peru f city f ur / I Excellent Meats I !1 The C. F. Elwell neat Market | I BOTH PHONES [I BOTHPHONES