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,',1,, i , -- , i - i| I i i i i -, , lri--I I' I"l' Town ai,,00 i, Countr ,,i ,, ;, i,, ,,, i News I' 1 I H.H. Weller, Clothing, Shoes. Bascom & Austin sells land. Alamarosa Cream for Sun Burn at Mansfield's. Donovan & Pattison will place a new plat on the market soon. Place your order for any print- ing needed soon with this office nOW. For rent--Furvished room, la- dy preferred. Inquire at this office. See our styles and get our prices before buying Tuttle MiPinery. Genuine Leather Turkish rockers for" $33.00 at Monroe Furniture Co. 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 the music store. The Moody & Moodf store front is commencing to show up what it will be when completed. The largest line of Colgate's Soaps and Toilet Articles ever shown in Monroe at Camp Bros, Drug Co. Chris Thygeson, who is now ranching near S nohomish, has recently disposed of his ranch al Startup. Watch the announcement at an early date of a splendid serial detective story that this paper is going to publish. The Grand theater is dark-- the extremely high-class enter tainments furnished lately ap- parently not meeting with favor. D F. Stephens & Co. are plan- "ning to build their new ware- house just west of Lewis street and will commence work within the next few weeks. James"McCulloch, son of the county commissioner, had bottr his legs broken last week by having a bank of dirt cave in on him, on an excavation where he was working. The ladies of the Congrega- tional church served the opening harvest dinner of the season on Wednesday evening and had dif- ficulty in catching enough chick- ens to supply the demand. The safe deposit boxes of the Monroe National Bank offer the only entirely satisfactory mean of taking care of youur deeds, nqes, mortgages, insurance pol- icies or other valuable papers. Absolutely safe from fire, their or meddling. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Curry, lhe competent eyesight specialist, 345 Arcade building, Seattle, who have been making professional visits to Monroe for five years, will make their next visit Satur- day, Oct. 29, for one day only, at Hotel Savoy. Eyes examined and glasses fitted at reasonable prices- All work guaranteed. In a lecture course planned for Everett for the coming winter, the last three numbers of the Monroe course will be given. The course was secured through the same lyceum bureau that supplies Monroe and thus Mon- roe people will have the pleas. ure of enjoying all but one of the same number's that will be given in Everett, Judge Lindsay, of Denver, will appear on the Ever- ett course on January 15. The ladies wanted to get him here but all dates were filled. 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 fine feeling of health and ener- gy. Price 50c. Sold by W, E. Mansfield. I Office Supplies at Mansfield's. See Bascom & Austin for the best fire insurance. Mrs. Christian, practical ma- turity nursing, Sunset phone 277. Nice line of children's hats at reasonable prices. Tuttie Mil- linery. The Seventh Day Adventists are building a church edifice on Sam street. Ostermoor and Scaly mattress, the best on earth at the Monroe FurniVure Co. Lots in Donovan & Pattison's First Addition, $100 each, $10 dowm balance mont[ly. The Roberts Bros. are going to clear all the remaining lots and streets in their addition. See us for optical goods and repair work. We save you 5C per cent. Fit guaranteed. Ritch ie's. Order the Post Intelligencer through this office and get it and the Monitor-Transcript one year for $6.00 f More than one hundred years of success enjoyed by Colgate's toilet articles. Camp Bros- Drug Company. W. F. Galbreath, one of the Tolt merchants, has incorporat- ed ior $10,000 in order to extend his business. Look over the 5c, 10c and 15c counters at the Monroe Bazaar and you will pick up bargains in many things you need. A meeting of the reformatory board will be held Saturday at which it is expected a large num- ber of the inmates will be parol- led. Th Peterson addition at the east end of town is beginning to look like the center of con- siderable building activity and in the time to come will be a well settled section of the town. Sale of lots in the enterprising town of Duvall has progressed very rapidly and practically all of the lots on the two main busi- ness streets have already been disposed of as well as a large number of residence tracts. Notice has been given to the denizens of the restricted dis- trict on Ferry avenue to vacate before the first of November. Since the avenue has become the main route to the depot it has been found most objectmnable for women and children to pass back and forth. About ten days ago a customer of the Monroe Natioual Bank cau.e in to inquire about a $30.00 payment which he had made but which was dmputed by the Seat- tle firm to vhom it was sent. The endorsed check was foond in the vault a:d settled all ques lion. Moral:--Keep a bank ac count and pay all your bills by check. Mrs. Jane Berry has commenc- ed work finaAy on the erection of a cement block on her Main street property. The building will be 50 by 80, one story m height, giving room for two good storerooms. Mrs. Berry intends evenually to build a hotel on the corner and in such case the walls of the present edifice would likely be raised and the entire upper floors used for hotel pur- poses. The Suffragists are going to open the campaign in Monroe in behalf of the amendment to be voted upon at the coming elec- tion and will hold a meeting at the Congregational church Tues. day evening, November 1. Mrs. McNamara, (.f Edmonds, presi- dent of. the county association, will 0e the speaker of the even. ing and it is earnestly hoped that local people will turn out to hear the issue discussed. i i |1 i I ,', 1,!,... m i II I "No Shooting" cards at this office. If you don't read this paper you don't get the local news, , particular soap for l,articu- lar people, "Colgate's.'" at Camp Bros. Wood for Sale--Leave orders at Stephens' hardware store. E, B. Dobbs. You will find the newest mag- azines at Trotter's Lewis street confectionery. Lots in Donovan & Pattison's First Addition, $100 each, $10 down. balance monthly. Before buying inspect the new line of Buffet and Dining tables at the Monroe Furniture Co. Our 17 jewel Waltham watch in dust proof case for men at $10! is a snap. Cll and see it. Ritch-i e's, The Stephens Bird Lumber Company offices will be located in the future in the Bascom- Hallan block. No other form of money order has less red tape about it than those issued by the Monrce Na tional Bank. Work was started again 'rhurs day morning un the high shool after a stoppage c$ used by delay in receiving material. An Everett furniture dealer re- pleined some furniture stored by Mrs. Jane Berry, which was left by a tenant who skipped out. Mrs. 2rmstrong, sister of T. N. Bennett, who recently arriv ed in town is a nurse and is go- ing to be connected with the hospital. Dittman's "N i n e O'clock" school shoes are the best in Am- erica. You can buy them at the ! Monroe Shoe Store from Mrs. Cedergren. The chief advantage of the I Monitor-Transcript's subscrip-] tion list to the advertisers is that the persons who read it buy tt and pay for it. Rev. Mr. Frost, of Seattle, will preach in the Congrega- tional church next Sunday, morning and evening. In the morning, Communion will be ad- ministered with reception of members. Herbert Wilkins, the tenyear old son of Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Broughton, died Monday and was buried Tuesday from the family residence west of town Rev. Herbert Jones officiating. The little fellow had suffered for several years from epileptic fits, which caused his death. The entire community sympathizes with the b .reaved parents and relatives in their loss. The Independent Telephone company has had a gang of men at work in the valley the past week placing poles for the new line that will be strung up to Duvall. Some delay has been caused by the difficulty in get- ting poles, but tLe work is pro- gressing quite fast now and It is expected that the new exchange will be in operation before long. The company plans extensive improvements in Monroe and it is rumor.ed that it will erect a building of its own here. An athletic association has ;been organized in the high school with the following offiCers: P'es- ident' Frank Murray; vice-presi- dent, Clyde Buck; secretary and treasurer, LeoGilliland. A back room in the building l being utilized for a gymnasium and is being fitted up with horizontal bars and mats and other appara- tus. A set of boxing gloves have been secured and the high school boys are going at it rightly to learn the noble art of! boxing. Efforts will be made to secure suitable quarters for bus ket ball practice and Superinten- dent Tooker is hopeful that by the time the season is properly on, Monroe high school will have a team in the field to meet all comers. Colgate Toilet Soaps at Camp Bros. Drug Co. Bring your watch repair work to us. We dolt right. Ritchie's. Complete stock of McKinley Edition 10c Music at the Music Store. Buy your reading matter at Trotter's. He has all the leading magazi rues. For Sale--Good Bridge Beach range, $25.00. Enquire Great Northern Fruit Farm. You can find anything you need at the Monroe Bazaar and the prices are always cheap. Qmte a number of Monroe unionists went to Everett Thurs- day evening to hear Eugene V. Debs. Buy yourself a set of that )eautifu[ new white and gold Austin china at the Monroe Fur- niture Co, Mr. Lofgren, of Snohomish, will hold services in the Swedish church net Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kurtz are the happy parents of a fine baby girl which arrived at their home Wednesday morning. The present object lesson in muddy business streets will be about sufficient to induce prop erty owners to get ready to pave next year, The temporary injunction re- straining the C. M. & P. S. rail way company from entering up- on the land of Erhard Anderson has been dismissed pending set- tlement of the condemnation proceedings, On account of the fact that the editor arrived at the Maccabee entertainment after the evening program h,d commenced the names of Mrs. D. Knight and Mrs. Georgia Sanders were noL mentioned in the report of the entertainment. Students in the grade schools are going to present Cinderella at the opera, house Friday even ing, November 4th, for the bene fit of the piano fund. A splen- did feature of the entertainment will be the singing by a chorus of 125 children's voices. Re- hearsals are going on r.ow under the leadership of Prof Ball and Prof. Keater and the children are much interested in the corn mg performance Sedro-Wooley is going to beat Monroe to the proposition or getting a woman's clubhouse through the help of the Ameri- can Woman's League. The club- house of that town is secured and the contract lor its building will be let shertly- There is no reason why Movroe Women should not avail themselves of the same oppertunity offered through the medium of this pa- per working with the League. T. P. Joos completed the grade contract on Ferry avenue this week and has succeeded in turn- ing the street into one of the best appearing routes of travel m town. The sidewalks are mostly down and Ferry avenue will in I l Ill I !Ill I Illll III I I.I I [11 "" . ] JI E HAVE the largest and W best stock for Fall and [ Holiday our store Trade in the history of We want your trade. - i | C.E. RITCHIE JEWELER i THE STORE FOR MEN 8( YOUNG MEN i .... WELL[R TREATS YOU WILL... I You'll grow tired of your Sincerity Suit before it will tire of" you. Made for the man who must count one hundred per cent service for each dollar he spends; fashioned for the man who doesn't count cost. A little better, not a little bit more. A size for every age. They fit all over. If you're disappointed, remem- ber the label, and come back for satisfaction. We sell the best $15-$18 and $20:suits in town. Let us prove it. I I ClrnishingsClothier, Iatter, Men's Furnishings andand ShoesShoes _ll i The Saving Habit We believe in it We believe it is the cure for most of the present day distress. A nearer equaliza- tion of wealth will come in no other way. An odd person here and there has more than his share--But the great majority must depend upon their own unaided efforts for any degree of independence that they may ever hope to enjoy. It is for these last that the Savings Account is intended. It is an ideal plan to stimulate the habit of I saving. This bank would like to be YOUR bank. It of- fers you all the advantages of the most modern bank- ing institutions. I Paid-up Capital $25,000 Shareholders' Liability - $2.5,000 Surplus $ I 0,000 the future present a good ap pearance to new arriva.s m the community. Dirt for part of the grading was secured by excava- ting m the rear el the Heintz property, the excavation no doubt being planned for a base- ment for a building in the future. Dirt For Sale For filling purposes ia town. ?hone 963 Sunset. C. H. ROBINSON. Bids Wanted for Clearing The undersigned will receive )ids until noon of Tuesday, October 25 for clearing all of the unsold lots and uncleared streets in Roberts Bros. First Add to Monroe. Mail bid to Roberts Bros, 1614 Hewitt ave., Everett. Plat of the property to be clear- " " Tot:! . $60,000 First National Bank, Excellent Meats I Ii The C. F. Elwell /'leat Market I ! I BOTH PHONE.S t-.- ed can be seen at the office of the Monitor-Transcript. Right All the NEWS in the is reserved to reject all bids. MONITOR-TRANSCRIPT ROBERTS BROS.