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Friday, October 30, 1925. I I THE MONROE MONITOR--Monroe, Washington Page Seven ) E. T. BASCOM LAWYER Practices in All Courts Monroe, Washington f G. F. COOK Lawyer 821 STOKES BUILDING Everett. Wash. M. J. McGUINNESS Lawyer Snohomish, Wash. DR. A. ZAREMBA Dentist Successor to Dr. Lewis Monroe National Bank Bldg. MONROE, WASHINGTON art t DR. C. W. ROBEN Dentist Dolloff Block. Monroe .-J #7 l Allison, M. D. Minard Physician and Surgeon Office at Monroe Genera! Hospital Phones: Office 231--Res. 1741 Ii pERcY P. COOLEY, II M.D. [t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I[ II Monroe [[ ]1 Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 hi |] Office Over Frst Natlonal i Bank Building _ !J C. B. STRANG Physician and Surgeon DUVALL, WASH. Calls Answered Promptly Day and Night | l MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRY Two Daily Deliveries Whipping Cream that will Whip All Orders Promptly Filled Milk from T. B. Tested Cows L. A. KEECH Telephone 36J1 Monroe &apos;2 I C. H. BAKEMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: Office 691; House 693 Best and Prompt Service Snohomish, Wash. / PLUMBING OR SHEET METAL WORK THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. Monroe 00-E. E. Purdy & Sons UNDERTAKERS Telephone 131 Snohomish Office  Phone 422 Monroe, Washington t Two Deliveries Dailym Have Yon Milk Delivered Two Deliveries Daily MORNING AND EVENING W. A. NICKEL Phone 471 :: Monroe C. A. STRANDBERG Doctor Veterinary Science General Practice General Blacksmithing, Horse- shoeing, Acetylene" Welding. Telephones--Office 1921, Res., phone 1963--Monroe, Wash. FRED HAGEDORN Manufacturer f ::ii '!," Cement, Building l]lo00k00, --andre Art Stone Plant--North Blakely St. Monroe Near G. N. Ry Tracks eorrt malnutrlMon, stc abortion and stillty, eliumnate paralysis and rielts in your cattle, horses. swine and shoe with VITTHZRAL = .-,&.y... " tO inereo inilk flow. Cost is small. Yoaesne.hoekmsultsin s week's time. elophono me fe ,mo JlormstJon ebout Y][TAIdERKL Dr. E. C. Miller NOTICE In view of the fact that the season of Christmas and New Years cards is rapidly approaching, it may be of rather more than usual interest to know that the postage rate on post cards to most foreign countries has recently been increased from two cents to three cents. The two cent rate stir holds on card's mailed to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, i Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominion Republic, Ecuador, Guate- mala, Honduras (Republic of), Mex-: ico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Salvador, Uruguay, and to Spain and its colonies. To other countries, which include all other continents, with the single exception of Spain and her colonies, all parts of the British Empire except Canada, and the few countries omit- ted' from the Americas, the rate is three cents. Note that the rate to Newfoundland is three cents.--Ar- thur Bailey, Postmaster. Building permits already issued Seattle--Steamer President Grant I takes 40 cars apples to the Orient. Spokane--Old Graves home to be replaced by $100,000 apartment house. WenatcheeGreat Northern freight I cut of 30 per cent in car lots to Puget Sound, opens western market for local cannery products. Olympia--Humpback salmon pack is the best .since 1913. Longview will put out booster mag- azine for southwest Washington. Yakima banks show deposits of $1.- 513,000 more thar a year ago. Kelso--Good progress reported in drilling Quigley oil well at Castle Rock. ++++++++++++ + : Classifid : + ++++++++++.4,,++++++++ this year at Bellingham reach $1,280,- W A N T E D 000. beaides $1,000,000 sugar factory I just outside city limits. WANTED--To buy a light spring Yakima--Local capital and Cleve- wagon, a one;horse rg.--C,,oW . ,Jonn, 11) 1, ulon, wasn 61z land, Ohio, investors plan $700,000: ...... -" hotel. FOR SALE IN HONOR OF A GREAT EVENT Birthdays are always important oc- casions, especially if one is very 1 young or very old. Before long The t Youth's Compan'ion will be a hundred I years old, and' the event is going to I be made a memorable one for The I i Companion's many friends. So, al-] though the date is not until April 16, 1 "1927, preparations will begin with] 1926.In honor of its birthday The Corn- ] panion will come to you next year at I the new low price of $2. It wilt be dressed in its party clothes, with new cover designs, enlarged illustrations, new brilliantly clear type, and over 200 pages more than last year. It will contain 9 book-length serial stories, fascinating mystery stories, tales of ad'venture on land and sea, the new "Make-It and Do-It" Pages, radio, games, books and puzzles, in- terestin special articles, and the ever-delightful Children's Page. Don't miss this great year of The Youth's Companion; subscribe now and re- eive : 1. The Youth's Companion--52 issues in 1926, and 2. The remaining issues of 1925. All for only $2. 3. Or include McCall's Magazine, the monthly authority on fashions. Both pubiications, only $2.50. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION S N Dept., Boston, Mass. SUbscriptions received at this office. Hall's Catarrh Medic00e do 00ha, we claim for it rid your system of Catarrh or Deafneu caused by Catarrh. Sold by druggiJts for oer 40 yetr F. J. CHENEY . CO., Toledo. Ohio v OBTAINA0000 LE ONLY SEATTLE. }lave your eyes exmaned NOW I FOR SALE--Two lots in Monroe, im- proved with six-room house; also 121-acre farm of which 75 acres are in cultivation, 30 acres in pasture, the balance woodland. See me for prices, terms, etc.--William Libby, Owner, 320 Fremont St., Monroe, Wash. 31t2" FOR SALE--2 acres, desirable small farm tract; no buildings, ad- oms my. home property.--Mrs. E. P. Shipp. 121J3, Monroe. 31tf FoR RENT FOR RENT--After November 4th, five-room modern bungalow at 124 So. Madison St, Monroe. Phone 1044, Emery F. Jones, 137 Maple St., Snohomish, Wash. 33t2 FOR RENT--Furnished rooms at 220 So. Madison St., phone 1183, Mon- roe. 32t3" FOR RENT--Sleeping room, with bath.-- 306 Lewis St. 32 MISCELLANEOUS FOR BARGAINS in second- hand goods, see Ingersoll, 110 So. Lewis street, Monroe. 33t2" PAPERHANGING, kalsomining, dec- orating.--Harold Hollier, 128 N. Blakely street, Monroe. 29t8' SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. No. Ruby Havener, Plaintiff, vs. Clyde Havener, Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: To the above named defendant, Clyde Havener: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within twenty (20) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive f the day of service, and defend the r.bcve entitled action in the court aforesaid, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorney for plaintiff at his office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand' of the complaint which will be filed with the clerk of said court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you. S. A. BOSTWICK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Address, 410-11 Col- by Building, Everett. Washington. First pub., Oct. 39, 1925. Last pub., Dec. 11, 1925. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Snohomish. No. 6963. In the Matter of the Estate of James: E. Prince, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, the the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as administrator of the es- tate of James E. Prince, deceased; that all persons having claims against said d'eceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said administrator or his attorneys at the address below stated, and file the same with the clerk ef said court NEW WINT00I'00 "RED C " / Prepare for act/on with the new w/nter Red Crown gaso- llne -- hair-trig, ger starting-- worlds of power--mile, age! At Stand. ard Oil Service Stations and "Red LO GO/ CrowTI" dealers. l with proof of service, within six 'months after the date of the first I publication of this notice or the same will be barred. WILLIAM A. CRAIG, Administrator. Address: 16-21 Wa]sh Block, Everett, Washingtom First pub., October 23, 1925. Last pub., Nov. 6, 1925. NOTICE OF HEARING ON RE- PORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Snohomish County. No. 6638. In the Matter of the Estate of Anna C. Swanson, Deceased. Notice is he,reby given that John E. Swanson, administrator of the es- tate of Anrm C. Swanson, deceased, has filed with the Clerk of the abeve entitled Court, his first account and petition for distribution in the mat- ter of said estate, and that the Court, has fixed' the 23rd day of November, 1925, at 9:30 o'clock A. M. at the courthouse in Everett, Snohomish county, Washington, as the time and place for hearing said first account and petition is asked to settle said account and to distribute the prop- erty of said estate to the persons en- titled thereto. All persons interested in said estate are required' to attend at said time and place and present their objections, if any, to said first account and petition for distribution otherwise, said account will be ap- proved and said petition granted as prayed. Dated this 16th day of October 192 FRANK A. TURNER, Clerk of said Court. By E. V. Norgard, Deputy Clerk. G L. Snyder, attorney for adninis- trator, Monroe, Washington. First pub. October 23, 1925. Last pub., November 6, 1925. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TOGETH- ER WITH NOTICE OF APPOINT- MENT AND QUALIFICATION OF EXECUTRIX In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and' for the i County of Sneh'omish. No. 6985. In the Matter of the Estate of Sam- uel S. McKee, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un- dersigned, Mabel Clair Jenkins, that she has been duly appointed and has duly qualified as th;e executrix of the estate of Samuel S. McKee, deceased, and notice is further given to the i creditors and all persons having] claims against said deceased or l against said estate, to serve such I claims on Lloyd L. Black, the attorney] of record for said exezutrix and said estate, at his offices, Commerce Build- ing, Everett, Washington, within six (6) monthff  after the first publica- tion of this notice, to-wit: six (6) months from the 16th day of October, 1925, and notice is further given that such claims together with proof of such service must be filed with the clerk of the court within six (6) I months after the date of the first publication of this notice. MABEL CLAIR JENKINS, Executrix of the above entitled e; tare. Lloyd L. Black, attorney for execu- trix and for the estate, Commerce Building, Everett. Washington. First pub., Oct. 16, 1925. Last. pub., Oct. 30, 1925. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the Coun- ty of Snohomish. In Probate. No.- In the Matter ot the Estate of Martin Johnson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that I, Ellsworth L. Purdy, have been by the above entitled' Court appointed ad- ministrator and have qualified as such administrator of the estate of Martin Johnson, deceased, and that creditors and all persons having claims against said deceased or his estate must make and execute a duly verified voucheT of such claim or claims and serve copy thereof upon T. P. Randal, the attorney of record for me at 113 West Main street, in the town of Monroe, Snohomish County, Washington, and file the original of such claim with the Clerk of said court, together with proof of such service within six months after the first publication of this notice, to-wit: within six months after the 16th day of October 1925, and that all claims not' so pre- sented and filed within said time will be forever barred. Ellsworth L. Pnrdy, Administrator. T. P. Randal, attorney for adminis- trator. Office in Monitor building, 113 West Main Street, Monroe, Washington. First pub. Oct. 16, 1925. Last. pub., Oct. 30, 1925. SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the county of Snohomish. No. Anna R. Larson, Plaintiff, vs. Joseph R. Larson, Defendant. 2HE STATE OF WASHINGTON: To the above named defendant, Joseph R. Larson: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this Summons; to-wit: within sixty days after the 9th day of October, 1925, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and an- swer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plain- tiff, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judg- ment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the com- plaint, which has been filed with the ;clerk of the said court. That the object of said action on the part of the plaintiff is for a decree of divorce from the defendant upon the grounds stated in the com- plaint herein, for the care and cus-! tody of the minor child of said par- ties and for the award to the plain- tiff of the property described in the plaintiff's complaint herein which said complaint is on file in the above entitled court. S. A. BOSTWICK, Attorney for Plaintiff Office and P. O. Address: 410-11 Colby Building, Everett. Washington. First pub. Oct. 9, 1925. Last pub. Nov. 20, 1925. Heat 0000n3ereyou want xt ~ an300vhere in the You need never dress, bathe or dine in a cold room with a portable oil heater and Pearl Oil in your home --necessary auxiliaries to the fireplace and furnace! Pearl Oil is refined and re-refined by the Standard Oil Compa- ny's special process- so it burns clean/ No odor - non-corrosive, Order by name-"Pearl Oil." STANDARD OIL COMPANY (CAlifornia) PEARL OIL THE ART SHOP Has a very nice line of Stamped Goods for your in- spection-most suitable for the making of Holiday Gifts. Choice collection of embroid- ered garments. HEMSTITCHING FINISHED EMBROIDERED ARTICLES THE HANDICRAFT SHOP 117 E. Main St. Monroe Don't Fail to Read ANONYMOUS THE MOST REMARKABLE NOVEL OF THE 20TH CENTURY Reity Adventure! I I Limited Offer ,i Now Only l!llo $1.00 Regular Price $2 UNANIMOUSLY ACCLAIMED AS A MASTERPIECE. NEVER WAS THE TRUTH DEPICTED IN A MORE FASCINATING MANNER. Pub'sher's Pricel t[ fl Direct-- Only  | .vv Send your order TODAY Use This Coupon-.----.---. Acme Publishing Co., 165 Broadway, New York City. Gentlemen: For the $1.00 en- closed please enter my order for one copy of "Prostitutes," before the special offer expires. Name ................................ Address ...................... 2.. City and State .............................. SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County f 5nohmh. No. 23610. Nora E. Freeman, Plaintiff, vs. Fred E. Freeman, Defendant. The state of Washington, to the said Fred E. Freeman, Defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within sixty (60) <lays after the date of the first publication of this Summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 23rd day of October, A. D. 1925, and defend the above en- titled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned, attor- ney for plaintiff, at his office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of the said Court The object of this action is that the plain- tiff may obtain a divorce from the defendant on the grounds of non- support and extreme cruelty; also that she may obtain all the title that the parties have in and to the follow- ing described real estate in Snoho- mash county, Washington, to-wit: Lots seven (7) and eight (8) in block 326, Yung's U. P. Addition to Everett, according to plat on file. Also to obtain all the right that pertains to a fire insurance policy No. 28503, issued by the Penn Na- tional Hardware Mutual Insurance Company, of Huntington, Pensylvania; also the care, custody and control of the two minor children of the par- ties, and general relief. Dated October 20, 1925. Wm. SHELLER, Attorney for Plaintiff. Post office address: 326 Stokes Bldg., Everett, Snohomish County, Wash- ington. First pub. Oct. 23, 1925. Last pub. Nov. 2%..1925. MEET Jo'00ro O | #7- FANCY DRESSMAKING-- Plain Sewing. First-Class Work- manship. Prices Reasonable. Be pleased to have you call at my apartments in Savoy Hotel, Monroe. MRS. CHILDRESS :| earth o000. --because ocean leakage or voleanfc action causes an underground stratum to slip. Hence a violent movement of )art of the earth's surface. How eas- ily Aspirin - Tablets move to break up a violent headache, cold or'the grippe! Absolutely true aspirin, tablets so skillfully made that their beneficial action begins in 15 seconds. Highest purity, never irritate or burn. One of 200 Puretest preparations for health and hygiene. Every item the best that skill and care can pro- duce. CAMP-RILEY DRUG CO.  a na ous FEE GAnO" If Bm dem m  mu adl Yellow  R ToP Taxi at Our ExvenN. | Glasses, $1,50 -- $2.50 -- $5.00 O. E. WILLIAMS, Jeweler Monroe :: Washington i FOR HIRE AUTO 1 Any place  Any time--First Ii Gtass Service.P. G. Johnmm, [| Menro Wash. Office southwest ]| er Main and Lewis. TI. 1618, house 1811. ! TRY A MONITOR WANT AD-- I SMALL BUT EFFICIENT.