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i . L h-, . -- [.~EI WONDER WHY LUNG HEN VH AS KNOWN FOR POINT 15: YOU CAN GET THE GENUINE H ERE CELE.B ATE Chewm.~ Plu~ BEFORE THE INVENTION OF OUR PATENTA1R-PROOF POUCH G RAVELY PLUG TOBACCO MADE STRICTLY FOR ITS CHEWING QUALITY WOULD NOT KEEP FRESH IN THIS SECTION. NoWTHE PATENT POUCH KEEPS IT FRESH AND CLEAN AND GOOD. ~LI;rTLE CHEW OF GRAVELY ENOUGH AND LASTS LONGER THAN A IG CHEW OF ORI:)INA~Y PLUG. DAxv/u~,/~. 4~t . i . , ,./~ , ,,~|EVERYBODY IS FALLING r.. /INTO STEP- BILL POSTEITSI "|BIr.LBOARDS ARE.BEING r" J Subscribe For THE INDEPENDENT 81.OO A YEAR Worth $1.50 'The Newsiest Paper in this Locality I I J qlD The Leather Shop A. J. RITTER Coming to EVERETT Doctor Mellenthin & Co. Specialists Do Not Use Surgery Will be at Hotel Mitchell Saturday, Nov. 24 Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. One Day Only NO 6HAR61~ fOR fXAMINAIION The doctor in charge is a reg- ular graduate in Medicine and Surgery and is licensed by the State of Washington. Hff visits professionally the more import- ant towns and dries and offers to all who call on this trip con- sultation and examination free, except the expense of treatment when desired, According to his method of treatment he does not operate for chronic appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach, tonsils or adenoids. He has to his credit many won- derful results in diseases of the stomach, liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kidneys, bladder, bed-wetting, catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism, sciat- ica, leg ulcers and rectal ail- ments. If you have been ailing for any length of time and do not get any better, do not fail to call, as im- proper measures rather than dis- ease are very often the cause of you~ long standing trouble. Remember above date, that ex- amination on this trip will be free and that his treatment is different. German and Swedish spoken. Address: 336 Boston Block, Min- neapolis, Minn. Notice of Sherlff's Sale of Real Estate State of Washington, COunty of Sno- homish, ss. Sheriff's Office. By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the honorable superior court of Snohomish county, on the 5th day of November, 1917, by the clerk thereof. in the case of G. F. Cook, as trustee of the estate of George Kelsey, deceased, versus Frank E. Moody, Cora Stack- house (formerly Cora Moody), Hannah C. Hewitt, and C'laud F. Hewitt, her husband, No. 16,925, and to me as sher- iff, directed and delivered. Notme ~s hereby given, that I will proceed to ~ell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for sheriff's sales, to-wit: at 10 o'clock a. m. on the 15th day of December, A. D. 1917, be- fore the court house door of said Sno, homish county, in the state of Wash- ington, all of the right, title aml inter- est of the said defendants above named ~n and to the following described prop- erty, situated in Snohomish county, state of Washington, to-wlt: Lot 15, block 3~ of the Monroe Land and Im- provement Company's Plat of Monroe, WaShington, levied on as the property of said defendants above named to sat- isfy a judgment amounting to eleven hundred twenty ($1120.00) dollars and costs of suit, in favor of plaintiff. Dated this 12th day of November, 1917. JAMES McCULLOCH, Sheriff. By HARRY L. JONES, Deputy. G. F. Cook, Monroe, Wash., Attorney for Plaintiff. THE SILENT DRAMA Charles Ray in The Son of His Father Charles Ray as young Gordon Carb- hay, hero of "The Son of His Father." tells his father that making money is easy. His father calls his bluff and gives him five thousand dollars ~o change into a hundred thousand with- "Skinner's Dress Suit." S.ktnner i.s a downtrodden, starving cashier in a big mercantile house untl~ his wife makes him buy a dress suit and "spruce up." Then through his good clothes Skinner meets some rich people and is enwb*led thereby to put over a big busines~ deal for his firm Thus he gains a raise in pay and finally a partnership in the business. There are millions of ~Skin~ers in this world. All they need is a dress suit ,n a limited time. How young Carb- hey made good and how he won not only the money and hLs father's re- spect, but the prettiest girl in Ari- ;:ona, is to be seen at the Monroe ~!~eatre on Saturday, Nov. 24, matinee and eevning. ~o rise rapidly to fame and fortune. For, after all. good clothe,s a man's appearance plays a forceful part in modern business. Don't you think so? "Skinner's Dress Suit" is an adaptation to the .screen from the ~;;ory of that title by Henry Irving Dodge, which was published in the Saturday Evening Post. It is a whole- some comedy of the most entertaining type. At the Monroe theatre Sunday, Nov. 25. matinee and evening "Fatty" Anbuckle in Coney Island, "Fatty" Arbuckle, the rotound Para- mount comedian, who will be seen in "Fatty in Coney I~land," had the time of his life taking the beach scenes for that picture. As the" name suggests. the whole picture was filmed at fam- ous Coney ~sland, New York, and as "h I~leeping Memory." Emily Stevens' dramatic powers have been put to a severe test in "A Sleeping Memory" (Metro). Ir~ this adaptation of E. Phillips P,p:penheim's novel, this actress is obliged to run the gamut of human, emotions, and toI depict women of both good and evil~I tendencies, not only of the presentI day, but also in different periods oft history. First, she remembers herselfI in ,the incarnation, of the sturdy mate l Mr. Arbuekle expected to leave shortly for the West, the scenes had to Ibe taken during the Mardi Gras week when the place was swarmed with hundreds of thousands of riotous merrymakers. This picture is the special added attraction for Sunday matinee and evening at the Monroe theatre. of Ulric the Viking. Next ,she is transpor'ted in memory to the days when she was a lady-in-waiting in the court of Catherine de Medici. Further down the march of years she goes hrough the experiences of a woman 9.f Salem in witchcraft days Both at the beginI{ing and at the end of this unusual production Miss Stevens por- _ra~'s a society girl of the present time. This picture will be seen at the Monroe theatre Mm~day, Nov. 26. ~11111111111111 Dorothy Dalton in "The Price Mark," Dorothy Dalton, the brilliant photo- play actress, who will be remembered as the "l~lame of the Yukon," will next be seen, in 'tThe Price Mark." This is Miss Dalton's first appearance under the Paramount )banner, and re. fleets the ,popular star in one of the most ambitious photodramas of the year. "The Price Mark" has to do with ing to secure this, she is forced by ever-pressing poverty to accept., an engagement as an' artist's model. l~rom the moment that Miss Dalton in her screen character of Paula Lee. en,ters that studio to the last ,scene of the picture, there is a romance that thrills even the most blase theatre- goer, so accurately and understanding- ly does. it portray the very heart of This .picture comes to the Fail- Monroe theatre Wednesday,~ Nov. 28, For Rent Six-room house, freshly painted and papered throughout, near High School. Six-room house in good con- dition, near common school. Five-room house and a~cre Of land, at Park Place. For Sale o One of the best dairy farms in the state, very cheap. G. F. COOK, Rooms 1-3 Ferguson Building, Monroe, Wash. G. F. OOOK LAWYER REAL ESTATE~ INSURANCE Ferguson Building Monroe, Wash. E. P. WALKER ATTORN EY 108 Main Street, Monroe, Wash.. FRANK L. COOPER ATTORNEY 1407 AMERICAN BANK BUILDING EVERETT, : WASHINGTON O. H. GRAVES ATTO R N EY-AT- LAW Office 309 American Bank Bldg. Everett, Wash. Telephone-- 1947-Everett. DR. 0. W. ROBEN DENTtST Dolloff Block, Monroe, Waste 'Phone 111. DR. G. L. WHITCOMB DENTIST Dolloff Block, Monroe,~Wasb. Phone 1681. DR, E. W. COX, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . Office affd Residence Opposite Momvc Livery Barn Monroe, Wash. DR. C. HOORT Veterinarian Cattle Diseases a Special~y Phone Sunset 55 w 113 East Main St. Monroe, Wff. Guy V. Bakeman Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Our Most Considerate Attention is at Your Disposal. Night or Day Calls Answered Promptly. Both Phones. Monroe, Wash. ~.~ ~,~F~.~=~ ~F~. ~ ~P~. ~-~. ~ "~.;~'~, i ll. A. Barnhart, i TONSORIAL, ARTIST / i Hair Cut 25 ctsI Baths and Massage E, E. Purdy & Sons Undertakers E m b--almers I MRS. PURDY Licensed Lady Assistant. Call Phone NO. 422. Prompt Service Day or Night'. Residence Undertaking Pad0rs 131 Cedar Street SNOHOMISH, WASH. D, SWIFT &. COi