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!ii  L !i ,i I I I I II II I II I I I II I I | I Miss Minnie Trigg was a passenger to The Monohon Newsletter Seattle Wednesday Mr. Thomas-Drylie spent his vacation i captain Fred King was in Seattle at his home in this-city, Wednesday. Messrs. Walter Friend and Pter Pede- I B. I-L Valentine was in Seattle on btti- gana left yesterday for lturn, l ness Thursday. Mrs, F. A. Fisher and Miss Olive Gibson I Gee L Stevens- was- a pa,senr,er to Se- were Seattle passengers today, little Vedv - ]rom nd cleared ' Chas Backman tile tailor was transae- M  . ..: i ..... " " ........ r" f .,rs rran:tmnop ,s vzsmng triendsin lUVaEion,. mg tmmness m Seattte yeste nay. I V" uiam h k " Two " t -too. t zs wee . Miss Pearl Case of Seattle spent Sunday withher fatherand:brothers-here. Jas'H'WatsnfSeattlewas the guesrlll houseson  rooms and one of 5, - ., - .... . I of Jas` Watson this week Mr. and Mrs. Mcttrath spent Lnnstmas I " " le of Issaquah' on at Kent with Mr, McElrath:s parents, C. W,. Bennett was in the Qiaeen City Mr.E. E2 Smith of Seattle is spendinglWednesday on business, l ountyroa& Fine location for poult ranch, etc. the holidays-at the VanWinkle home. Mrs: A, J. Layton was enjoying the ,LPPLY FOR', PRICE AND TERMS TO Walter Palm spent Christmas with home ! sights of the metropolis Wednday. ! / folks here, returning to Everett Sunday. t Miss Hill of Seattle is spending the Mr. VereVanWinklespentseverat days Chrs-tmas-bohdaysw.thherparents. 1 " J. Hi G1BSONat Post Office at the home of his parents the3ast week  J. Weber of Sammarnish was an enthus- Miss Buelah Morrison returned to her i iastic attendent at the Xmas festivities,  home in Renton after a sojourn.in thiscity, i 5it. Erickson and family left for Carho- Clifford Allyn went' to Everett MOnday nado.Tuesday where they will reside in where he will be the guest of his sister Mrs. the future. Martin Norman Chapman and wife spent Mr. Hayes Wilson spent Christmas with Christmas with his mother Mrs.. St Peter his parents returning to Seattle Sunday in Monohon. evening. Mrs. A. W. Young who has been visit- Miss Agnes Wilson is attending the wed- ing her mother Mrs, Young left for her Fi Cbit WO ding of Miss Beatrice Dearborn of Seattle hono Tuesday. Illl PriceSworkReasonableGuaranteed. [[[1 this week. Mr..and Mr,g, Bradshaw of Seattle were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Piekering andfamilv entertained on Christmas by Mr. and Mrs. spent Chrismas with Mrs, Plckerings A, H. Almandenger.  Call and see samples  PiallIm JmaJ mother in Seattle. The Monohon school prob,'am was given  of the work I do Mr. Charles M. Sanford of Hanford, Thursday afternoon and reflected great M First-ClassRepairiug Wash., spent Christmas- at tile home of credit on the teachers. Mr. T. H- Wilson. Miss Ethel Mae Brophy of Spokane wa .. Mr. D. F. Wiltsie formerly a resident the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. H, Bubb this here but now Chelan, is circu'lating among week and renewing old acquaintances. No Work is too Exacting ortoo Delicate.for me. to do it as it Should be Done lssaquah friends today. Mr. Frank l,aForge the celebrated pi- The dance given Christmas eve at the I. anist gave a very enjoyable piano recital O. O. F. Hall was largely attended and an at the home of his brother C. S. LaForge. enjoyable time is reported, lt was largely-attended bv an enthusias- Ull RB OKmJl--C6-- ,IWMll#ldlm. 8.lldFl Dr. Earl Gibson of Blaine and Mr. War- tic and apprecative audience. . /lffl ren Gibson of Seattle spent Christmas with The Christums- entertamment given by the family of Dr. W. E. Gibson. the Morichon Sunday school was largely, Misses Ethel and Myrtle Bush who have attended and received the econiums of all been living in Seattle some months visited present, all the children remembered by home folks during the holidays. Santa Claus. and all went home rejoicing. -1' -" :" "- -'--_ " - "l;4l-l--:-l--'-I"l ;- . .-.'l"t"t,4b'lb-l.+ Miss Luella Webster who has been teach- l.alk Up Y' Owa M'md ingat Mineral is spending her vacation When in theneed of a cough medicine. * FREE- o, pl-:ce L/IIIIII Ot--fElP_I':----""O''PITILa with her sister Mrs. J. W. Wilfong. If you buy Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey we - - Rev. and Mrs, W. T. Gibbs left Wednes,- guarantee you get the besi at J, H. Gi'bson day morning for Emmett, Idaho; where Mr, & Co's drug store. "!" Gibbs will resume his wotkas an,evangel- [ -  ' at ' ist. Miss Elsie JOhnston, is v.isiting her mother Try Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve for all I Mrs..W.F. Vaughan went to Redmond d. skin troubles. It is as pleasant as sweet j yesterday cream and guaranteed to gve satisfaction [ Leonard Sell of Taylor was an Issaquah  RI.ENT ARRIVAI INCLUDE A I*INE LINE'OF in worst cases. 25c a box. Sold by J: H. t visitor last week, i SRAWI,,S AND SCARFS * Gibson&Co.    .: Miss Ruth Olin of Bothell visited at the . =. , ..... home of Gee. Hunt at High Point and at l I I I 4qI"t"F'l'.t..l,t.,Fq.;--.--,--.:-. --.-/=I:=i=,-,tp.lblF=IIT."."I-.,; ."."I ."."---:TI-'I" thehomeofJ. W. Wilfong at this place l! " " " "" [I Fred Stefani who has been assisting in the local railroad office went to Seattle this l | ] ORE NEW GOODS [1  / It ' Ir " . , morning expecting tOw,th, the N. P: receive a posltion, [ || 1] .... HAVE ARRIVED .... "" i Kiln Drted Lumber i The switchmen's strike has not affectted { | [ Another Lot w.' be in ] | rode Before Chrislmas The Independent's output of high g, II ........... t l  . . . and we are still able to delivery | / . .......... ! I  Suitable for the best fimshing wor& aI- printing ., ,u rtmmea nas now I tit ]1 . , all orders promptly. ...go at HALF PRICE... ,' ways. on m alI common dimensions, . Is considered h e. TryDr. BelFs II Uo ! mind.Antiseptic Satve and YU will change }'ur[ |I |l[|10|You will see an ILl' a| O|'"UU I| . ANDERSON S YARD mprewement trom[ | [ IAU/d. I [ 1' ? "  Sold hy J. H. Gib-[ ,,e __ the first application. son & Co. 3F4.,lt,.l...l.__.l...,ldl.,V.,.,_._. =;  t # '' '''" ''''''''-''' " ' '' ;,, dr. W. FINNEY i, , , Wholesale and Ret,00'l We W00sh BgTOHR |i $ All Our Customers ; tFresh and Salt 1Ieats, Fish on F/dday. Shell t f" gUIU'A l.'ItllUDI'*"*'*rl"   Fish in Season, Cvmned Fish and Meats and $  -l  Potted Meats. Buyer of, Hides-and raw. Furs ' a Happy and Prosperous New Year .... Van Winkle's I' X.; L. l.iwery & lee.d S00al00e ov, r Trandtr Wagomt,: ,, Tamat. Local d: Long Dlstanee Tlephone , !ii  L !i ,i I I I I II II I II I I I II I I | I Miss Minnie Trigg was a passenger to The Monohon Newsletter Seattle Wednesday Mr. Thomas-Drylie spent his vacation i captain Fred King was in Seattle at his home in this-city, Wednesday. Messrs. Walter Friend and Pter Pede- I B. I-L Valentine was in Seattle on btti- gana left yesterday for lturn, l ness Thursday. Mrs, F. A. Fisher and Miss Olive Gibson I Gee L Stevens- was- a pa,senr,er to Se- were Seattle passengers today, little Vedv - ]rom nd cleared ' Chas Backman tile tailor was transae- M  . ..: i ..... " " ........ r" f .,rs rran:tmnop ,s vzsmng triendsin lUVaEion,. mg tmmness m Seattte yeste nay. I V" uiam h k " Two " t -too. t zs wee . Miss Pearl Case of Seattle spent Sunday withher fatherand:brothers-here. Jas'H'WatsnfSeattlewas the guesrlll houseson  rooms and one of 5 - ., - .... . I of Jas` Watson this week Mr. and Mrs. Mcttrath spent Lnnstmas I " " le of Issaquah' on at Kent with Mr, McElrath:s parents, C. W,. Bennett was in the Qiaeen City Mr.E. E2 Smith of Seattle is spendinglWednesday on business, l ountyroa& Fine location for poult ranch, etc. the holidays-at the VanWinkle home. Mrs: A, J. Layton was enjoying the ,LPPLY FOR', PRICE AND TERMS TO Walter Palm spent Christmas with home ! sights of the metropolis Wednday. ! / folks here, returning to Everett Sunday. t Miss Hill of Seattle is spending the Mr. VereVanWinklespentseverat days Chrs-tmas-bohdaysw.thherparents. 1 " J. Hi G1BSONat Post Office at the home of his parents the3ast week  J. Weber of Sammarnish was an enthus- Miss Buelah Morrison returned to her i iastic attendent at the Xmas festivities,  home in Renton after a sojourn.in thiscity, i 5it. Erickson and family left for Carho- Clifford Allyn went' to Everett MOnday nado.Tuesday where they will reside in where he will be the guest of his sister Mrs. the future. Martin Norman Chapman and wife spent Mr. Hayes Wilson spent Christmas with Christmas with his mother Mrs.. St Peter his parents returning to Seattle Sunday in Monohon. evening. Mrs. A. W. Young who has been visit- Miss Agnes Wilson is attending the wed- ing her mother Mrs, Young left for her Fi Cbit WO ding of Miss Beatrice Dearborn of Seattle hono Tuesday. Illl PriceSworkReasonableGuaranteed. [[[1 this week. Mr..and Mr,g, Bradshaw of Seattle were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Piekering andfamilv entertained on Christmas by Mr. and Mrs. spent Chrismas with Mrs, Plckerings A, H. Almandenger.  Call and see samples  PiallIm JmaJ mother in Seattle. The Monohon school prob,'am was given  of the work I do Mr. Charles M. Sanford of Hanford, Thursday afternoon and reflected great M First-ClassRepairiug Wash., spent Christmas- at tile home of credit on the teachers. Mr. T. H- Wilson. Miss Ethel Mae Brophy of Spokane wa .. Mr. D. F. Wiltsie formerly a resident the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. H, Bubb this here but now Chelan, is circu'lating among week and renewing old acquaintances. No Work is too Exacting ortoo Delicate.for me. to do it as it Should be Done lssaquah friends today. Mr. Frank l,aForge the celebrated pi- The dance given Christmas eve at the I. anist gave a very enjoyable piano recital O. O. F. Hall was largely attended and an at the home of his brother C. S. LaForge. enjoyable time is reported, lt was largely-attended bv an enthusias- Ull RB OKmJl--C6-- ,IWMll#ldlm. 8.lldFl Dr. Earl Gibson of Blaine and Mr. War- tic and apprecative audience. . /lffl ren Gibson of Seattle spent Christmas with The Christums- entertamment given by the family of Dr. W. E. Gibson. the Morichon Sunday school was largely, Misses Ethel and Myrtle Bush who have attended and received the econiums of all been living in Seattle some months visited present, all the children remembered by home folks during the holidays. Santa Claus. and all went home rejoicing. -1' -" :" "- -'--_ " - "l;4l-l--:-l--'-I"l ;- . .-.'l"t"t,4b'lb-l.+ Miss Luella Webster who has been teach- l.alk Up Y' Owa M'md ingat Mineral is spending her vacation When in theneed of a cough medicine. * FREE- o, pl-:ce L/IIIIII Ot--fElP_I':----""O''PITILa with her sister Mrs. J. W. Wilfong. If you buy Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey we - - Rev. and Mrs, W. T. Gibbs left Wednes,- guarantee you get the besi at J, H. Gi'bson day morning for Emmett, Idaho; where Mr, & Co's drug store. "!" Gibbs will resume his wotkas an,evangel- [ -  ' at ' ist. Miss Elsie JOhnston, is v.isiting her mother Try Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve for all I Mrs..W.F. Vaughan went to Redmond d. skin troubles. It is as pleasant as sweet j yesterday cream and guaranteed to gve satisfaction [ Leonard Sell of Taylor was an Issaquah  RI.ENT ARRIVAI INCLUDE A I*INE LINE'OF in worst cases. 25c a box. Sold by J: H. t visitor last week, i SRAWI,,S AND SCARFS * Gibson&Co.    .: Miss Ruth Olin of Bothell visited at the . =. , ..... home of Gee. Hunt at High Point and at l I I I 4qI"t"F'l'.t..l,t.,Fq.;--.--,--.:-. --.-/=I:=i=,-,tp.lblF=IIT."."I-.,; ."."I ."."---:TI-'I" thehomeofJ. W. Wilfong at this place l! " " " "" [I Fred Stefani who has been assisting in the local railroad office went to Seattle this l | ] ORE NEW GOODS [1  / It ' Ir " . , morning expecting tOw,th, the N. P: receive a posltion, [ || 1] .... HAVE ARRIVED .... "" i Kiln Drted Lumber i The switchmen's strike has not affectted { | [ Another Lot w.' be in ] | rode Before Chrislmas The Independent's output of high g, II ........... t l  . . . and we are still able to delivery | / . .......... ! I  Suitable for the best fimshing wor& aI- printing ., ,u rtmmea nas now I tit ]1 . , all orders promptly. ...go at HALF PRICE... ,' ways. on m alI common dimensions, . Is considered h e. TryDr. BelFs II Uo ! mind.Antiseptic Satve and YU will change }'ur[ |I |l[|10|You will see an ILl' a| O|'"UU I| . ANDERSON S YARD mprewement trom [ | [ IAU/d. I [ 1' ? "  Sold hy J. H. Gib-[ ,,e __ the first application. son & Co. 3F4.,lt,.l...l.__.l...,ldl.,V.,.,_._. =;  t # '' '''" ''''''''-''' " ' '' ;,, dr. W. FINNEY i, , , Wholesale and Ret,00'l We W00sh BgTOHR |i $ All Our Customers ; tFresh and Salt 1Ieats, Fish on F/dday. Shell t f" gUIU'A l.'ItllUDI'*"*'*rl"   Fish in Season, Cvmned Fish and Meats and $  -l  Potted Meats. Buyer of, Hides-and raw. Furs ' a Happy and Prosperous New Year .... Van Winkle's I' X.; L. l.iwery & lee.d S00al00e ov, r Trandtr Wagomt,: ,, Tamat. Local d: Long Dlstanee Tlephone ,