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I Friday, October 31, 1924 THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Page Fivo R. J. STRETCH CASH AND CARRY NO DELIVERIES spices are not un- STRICTLY CASH On Noember 1st a representative of the A. Schilling Co. will be here to explain to yot' the superior quality of..Schil!ing's best spices. Adulterated common, but when you buy Schillings you nmy feel assured that you are buying the best. _.On this day we sell yofl 10 Packages Schillings Best Spices (assorted as you. want them), one pound of Stretch's High Grade Coffee, and one shopping bag--all for $1.25. Remember the date --Saturday, November 1st. WHAT ARE YOU PAYING? Butter ............................................... : ............ 44c lb. Cream Cheese .............................................. 27c lb. Bananas ........................................................ 10e 1 b. Corn Flakes .............................................. 10c pkg'. Quick Quaker Oats .................................. 30c pkg. Prunes, 4%50, .............................................. 12c lb. Snowdrift, 2 lb ............................................... 45c Snowdrift, 8 lb ............................................... $1.80 Ground Barley ................................................ $2.40 Salt, 8 lb. sack .................................................... 17c Snowdrift, 4 lb ............................................... 90e Hog" Feed .................. i ........................  .......... $1.80 Mill Run ........................................................ $1.40 Fisher's Blend Flour ........................ - ......... $2.15 Scratch Feed ........... - ............ 2 ...................... $2.75 Egg Mash ...................................................... $2.75 Dairy Feed .................................................... $1.70 Cracked Corn ................................................ $2.80 Ground Corn ................................................ $2:80 Wheat, 125 lbss ........................................... $3.15 You can easily save the bread winner a good day's pay each month by doing your shopping the Cash and Carry Way. Stretch's High Grade Coffee, 42e lb; 3 lbs, $1.18--All Cofiee--No Tin. We Roast Our Own. CASH AND CARRY SPELLS A SAVING FOR YOU WE SELL YOU MORE FOR LESS +++++++++++++++* 4- + LOCAL NEWS ITEMS +. 4, ++++++++++++++ was sold to J. L. Beardsly, who in turn sold it to C. B. Hysom, and the property now occupied by Mr. Hy- som .deeded over to Mr. Beardsly. The consideration for the Brown property we understand to. be $3500. A shampoo free with each marcel from now until the first of the monthl excetxt Saturdays, at the Vanity Box. 32t2 Buy a Ford and bank the difference. Monroe Garage. WHEN NEEDING RUGS Send to Waldron Co., Seattle, for they carry the larg'e assortment, de- liver and give terms. Better write them. 33tl A shampoo free with each marcel from now until th'e first of the t[ ........... month, except Saturdays, at the Vanity Box. 32t2 ODD SIZED RUGS And very large ones are carried by Waldron Co., Seattle. Terms given. 33tl "No Hunting" signs for sale at this office. THE FURNITURE DEPT. l Of Waldron Co., Seattle, sends out desirable goods, on terms at cash prices. 33tl If you have trouble with your watch O. E. Williams will fix it. 19tf I -+++++++++++++++++* : TUALCO NOTES : ++++++++++++++++ Mr. and Mrs. Ottini and daughter Helen of Redmond, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Ottini and son Levi, of Duvall, were Sunday guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Tony Roselli. Hi school B.eareats versus Alumni Hippos 3:30 p. m. Friday, October 31st, Monroe Hi campus. Your money's worth of "Fun and Foot- ball". Turn out for this big game. I will get my next suit from George Smith. Miss Emily Circio came down from Seattle Saturday to be with her mother at their new home in the valley. She is a new pupil in Out schools. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Watkins and children La Donna and Gordon, were dinn2r guests at Max Hagewald's home Sunday. Mildred Gerber visited over the week end with her sister, Mrs. Glen RovAey at North Beverly Park, Ev- erett. Mr. and Mrs. G.erber, Geo. Francis out of reac]t at 1 - a pound.t ILL you put the price of butter so high that you can- not afford to give it to your chil. dren ? Certain Butter Interests are seeking a MONOPOLY on butter. They want you to vote for Referendum 16, (at the elec. tion November 4), which, if passed, will bar Nut Margartne from this state--: leaving the market free from competition so these interests can raise the price as high as they like. ' Nut Marganne, a clean, healthful food sells for about half the price of but. ter. Nut Margarine is manufactured and sold, under Government supervision- ;i i  ._1 a  ,very package ts plainly marked--no ti chance for fraud or deception. But whether you use butter or Nut ' Margarine, if Referendum 16 passes, you lose by the increased cost of living. and Mrs. Cowell were dinner guests with Mrs. Rowley Sunday at Beverly Park. Mildred returned home with them. Mrs. Wm. McCullcch and Mrs. Lil- 1.Jan Cowell attended the county P. T. A. convention held at' Machias last Saturday and which was an unusual- ly interesting session. Geo. and Wesley Stackpole were Sunday visitors in Mount Forest. Leslie McCulloch and sister Edna were visitors Friday in Machias at the Tobey ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hgewald were guests of friends in Duvall Sunday. About 67 were present at the meet- ing of the Tualco grange last Fri- day evening, the Monroe team put- ' tint ,on the initiation work. Mrs. Gipsy Barker and Mrs. J. H. Has- i k.ett, of Garden City grange, Sno- homish, were also pesent. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doyle and Mrs. Earl DeLong of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. McIntyre of Machias were Sunday guests at the Willia.m Mc- Culloch home. Mrs. Casper Harriman wa taken to the Monroe General hospital Sun- day foe an operation. She is get- ing on nicely. Mrs. F. E. Phelps is visiting "in Everett with her mother for a few days. Blanch and Harriet Shannahan are coming home Friday to visit for a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shannahan. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steffen and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Steffen enter- tained with a Hallowe'en party at the Brown's Theatre SNOHO M I S H  .. _  ..  .,...   . j .$    .$t .t .t . ..     FRID.AY--:SATURDAY ,'OCT 31--NOV. 1- "UNGUARDED WOMEN" With Richard Dix and Bebe Daniels Comedy--" Here He Cpmes." International News  ] SUNDAY, NOV. 2-- GLORIA SWANSON in "MANHANDLED" Our Gang Comedy--" Derby Day" Pathe Review MONDAY, NOV. 3--Added Attraction-- "COSMO MINSTRELS No Change in Admission TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY-- NOV. 4--5-- VIOLA DANA in "OPEN ALL NIGHT" "Hysterical History" i THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, NOV,. 6--7-- .... Carl Jacobson of Seattl was a visitor at the Tualco Farm Sunday. Maurice Shrum and family were visitors at Novelty last Sunday. .Herman Steffen home Tuesda3/ even- nig in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rhode of Pendleton, Oregon. Others pres- ent were Messrs and Mesdames Har- ry Nelson, Ewald and Leonard Schrage, Nels Johnson, Reaper, Max Hag, ewald and Walter Tucker. Tualco school honor roll for Sep- tember 28th to Oct. 25th -- eighth grade: Florence May 95, Maud Jen- sen 91.5, Mary Valk 91, Mildred Gerber 90, Beatrice Borsheim 90. Mrs. Max Hegewald had for visit- ors last Saturday Mesdam'es Iarry Nelson, Kruse, Thornton, Pearsall, and Garfield Pfeiffer, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Funk. Claude Crankshaw has recently been elected president of the "Univer- sity of Washington Glee club. He is also a member of the Wesley House Club,' an organization of college students of Methodist prefer'once, who go to many of the towns in the state on Sundays with their pastor. to conduct the church services. BOY SCOUTS HIKE had followed the Monroe scouts of You would have thought so if yoD had fillowed the Monroe scouts of Trcop One on Saturday last. Eight scouts, about half the number that promised to go, namely, C. Bevansee, J. Strausberry, R. Carlson, O. Olson, H. Naegelen, J. Streeter, D. Knapp and Ed Thompson, under th leader - ship of Assistant Scoutmaster Hayes started from the Community Hall at 8:15 a. m. nd hiked until 11:15. They went south of town through Tualco via the old river road on and over the new high bridge toward Snohomish, then they left the road and took to the woods (or brush). Their dining place was at the old mill across the valley from Ricci's lake, and all were quite ready to eat. Some were really in earnest while taking the tests vf fire buildin and cooking. After their repast, all en- joyed chasing through the woods and learning to stalk each other. The boys stood their jaunt very well, some reaching TuaIco without fatigue This is just one of the many hikes and activities in store for the scouts, more about which you will hear later. LET US DO YOUR PRINTING Defeat Seattle's Grab for Power " Vote Against Initiative 2 - and Hold Down Your Taxes Citizens' Committee A00ainst Initiative 52