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V 3^._ift3>t»_ Green A. A H. Stamps with
ftuU^Vn^ /il'lSk TRUNKS- LADIES1 HAND
I ml©H\liiw bags> matting suit cases
IMOT^S^^M AND REPAIRINQ, AT
IgsSPsffll^ ) PUFRFTT mm F . PTnRY
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\ . _ ' y 2815 Rockefeller
The Best Prophet of the Future
Is the Past !
Many • m»n has lost :i (joo«1 opportunity baOMUM hs WM not kbit fl"-
Many ft man has lost a good opportunity because ho was not able fin
ancially to grasp It—lnsure the opportunities which the future holds
in store for you by opening a savings account at once—Save anil wait. j
| 0 INTEREST PAID
4t/0 ON SAVINGS
CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO.
"EVERETT'S LIVE WIRE"
ALWAYS THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN
JARVIS & JACKSON !
J CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS IN ALL STAPLE AND FANCY SIZES J
• WE BLEND TOBACCO TO SUIT YOUR TASTE \
5 1617 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT, WASH. \
J Independent 36 *
I GEM DYE WORKS i
I The most modern equipped plant in Snokoraish county. Ladles' or 8
I gents' suits cleaned and pressed, $1.00. Why pay more? Expert tailor
I for alterations 8
I 2810 WETMORE AYE. PHONES: Ind. 663 X, S. S. 516 g
I AMERICAN DYE WORKS I
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< S. ROBINSON k SON ISsikjHA LEADING CLEANERS AND |
iS. ROBINSON SON a£^<A\ LEADING CLEANERS AND |
•is-il Wetmorf :^k%^ ■ DYERS
! i i Phonei 248 ■T*S?VC a
Carl A. Schlettwein, Mgr.
(Under New Management)
Quick Service— Open Day
Wetmore and Hewitt
Weiser's Grill [
A Good Place To Eat 1
W. J. WEISER, Prop. 1
iThe White Stone Baths
I J. O. SUAKPLESS, Prop.
7 I Barber Shop and Baths
| 1905 HEWITT
CARL REICHELT, Prop. j
COMMERCE BARBER SHOP
Commerce Bldg., Everett, Wa»h
Two Good Baths
PANTOR 1 I'M
Cut rates means a cut In the
quality of work turned out. We
do neither. A fair price tor hon
est work. • All cleaning free from
Phones 809 2815 Hoyt
Melang Grocery Co., both phones
207; 2104 Hewitt avenue, Everett,
I; Bon Ton j;
I Waffle ||
!| House ::
i! 2911 WETMORE AYE. !!
[\: Superior i:
I Coffee ii
o NOTHING BUT THE BEST «;
V, quick SERVICE ::
| OPEN DAY and NIGHT ||
\\ HORSESHOE LUNCH I
JI Open from 7 a. m. to 12 p. m. £
M> We solicit your patronage <h
hi HORSESHOE BAR V,
An Economical Place to Trade
No More $2.50 No Less
For Men For Women
The Upstairs Shoe Shop That
Saves You Dollars
How do we do It? Small expenses
Low rent, no clerks to pay
FOBES BUILDING, Room 18
Next Door to Star Theater
1806-1808 Hewitt Avenue
; 2820 Rockefeller Aye.
j Wall paper. | •'ninth sue! <«
% fihsi paperhnri|/iiiu paint ?,
\ riv k(il.suinir : !>■•_' Hnli \
• iiHti". t'nriiislii'pi \ii work I
• i i
; Everett •• tvh |
* "hi.nen! \1 /I.: i, id Jt)H> I
| GOLDFINCH BROTHERS
• Wall Papers, Paints, Glass '.
2812 Rue! • i . .inn- . '.
| Until Phones 285
I LOCAL PLEASANT MAKES
Washington Boclnllst, Comrndesj
Pleasant txioal, or Local- Ploasant,
was organized February Iml with 12
members Now linn to members, and
more In sight Even the bug-eyed dig
en of Hi" 101 l in''1 coming In, ai their
tux on are running them crusty (?)
■eel Hera's five of them thai will
take three month!1 dose of the Social;
1.1. by that time they may 'i"i' dig
jbliik for their maateri long enough to
■übfcrlbe for a year, As the Digger
Dubs are beginning to think, and even
prophesy thai they cannot get any re
lict from the OS. O. P. official^ even
It wo have partial direct legislation^
Iso much 10 thai the pie eaten of
abldendale have begun to quake and
I tremble leal there be more looali
Yours for the flghi for the now
order of tiling even to jerking the He
out of the |.
SAM T. SHEU.;,
Sec. Local Pleasant.
SKAGIT COUNTY NOTES
At a recent referendum Just closed
the following candidates were nomin
ated for the different offices for the
State Senator-—W. E. Ebbe, mi. Ver
State Representative—J. G. C. Au
burg, Mt. Vernon.
State Itepresentatlvo—Thomas Lara
Btate Representative J. K. Snyder,
County Commissioner, Ist dist
Chas. Mlllward, nay view.
County Commissioner, '.'ii dUt. — frank
Sheriff—F. H. young, Burlington.
Assessor— K. B. Hlckox, Mt. Vernon.
Coroner —John McComes, Anacortes
Auditor—Mrs. E. Bager, Anacortes.
Treasurer —Mrs. L. Young, Burling
Clerk Arthur H. Hansen, Mt. Ver-
There being no county organisation
in the county, the following county
campaign committee of one member
from each local was chosen to carry
on the fall campaign:
Anacortes Local, Christ Johnson.
Bayvlew Local, Frank Mlllward.
■ Burlington Local, Mrs. L. Young.
Sedro-Woolley Local, Comrade
Mt. Vernon Local, Arthur H. Han
Lyman Local, Mrs. Eliza Lamkln.
» At the campaign committee meet
! ing Sunday it was decided to raise
• at least $200 to pay the filing fees
► of all of the candidates and also to
\ have some for propaganda work. We
\ are badly in need of funds and any of
► the readers of the "Washington Social
» Ist, especially in Skagit county, who
\ have not been asked to contribute and
* feel they can, would do good by send
► ing what they can to Mrs. Eliza Lam-
I kin, Box 285, Lyman, Wash., who is
* i secretary of the county campaign com
► i Local lit Vernon has placed an ap
! I plication with the National Rip-Saw
'for a Debs lecture, which is to be held
► some time during the coming fall.
t The whole of Skagit county Is help
i ing to make this lecture of Debs' a
- Local Mt. Vernon has also ordered
y ~ and has on hand 100 copies of "War
► What For?" that are being, scattered
► throughout the county.
I Colorado upholds the doctrine of
' state rights with a war of her own. —
► Wall Street Journal.
I Don't brag about what you HAVE
I done for Socialism, Bui what are
I you doing now! NOW—TODAY!
: THE BANK PAYS YOU 49 INTEREST ON WHAT YOU SAVE WE CAN AND DO §1
SAVE YOU FROM 12 TO 109! ON WHAT YOU SPEND WITH US. p
I ivery Dollar Spent Shows a Saving I
WE SELL HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AT LOW ||
CASH PRICES BECAUSE ;
We sell for cash only
Have no bad debts f*
Liuy in large quantities, and
Our operating expenses are the very lowest.
H Selling for cash does away with the expense of costly collection ami accounting departments H
and the inevitable losses from unpaid accounts.
You know real values when you see them. .Step into one store and convince yourself you H
cannot duplicate such values anywhere in town.
Anything you purchase that is not satisfactory we will be glad to take back and credit you
H with the money.
ii HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN THE CITY
:j )lson Company I
Both Phones 9f>7 We Deliver Goods Anywhere in the City H
THE WASHINGTON SOCIALIST
STRONG COUNTY TICKET IS
SNOHOMIMI COUNTY FOR SO
"Carrj Bnohomlsb County for Bo
, lalli in and the Working ClaMl" I
Ibi ■ loajan
The working olai i andldate ol
Bnobomish county are as follows:
Betiator, 39th dint . Thomas Jensen.
Representative, 49th dial . W. <s.
Representative, 19th (Jlst , 11. 11.
Representative, 48th dlst., R. J.
Representative, 4 s 111 dlat., J, M.
Commissioner, lit (list, <>ie Narsen,
Commissioner, :id dlst . n w. til
Superintendent of Bchooli, it w.
Sheriff, M f, i.eiKier.
ludltor, !•' Q. Croi bj
\ sei or, I limn Bolle.
Clerk, Prank < <n(.
Treasurer, Plon Bartlett.
Attorney, Peter Husby
Coroner, Dr. w. B. Kej er
These are the candidates oominat
' I'd by the Socialists or Snohomlsh
county, n1 they represent your Husk '
Interests, and as working nun and
women they do, we ask you not to :
vote for them as good or bad Indlvi- '
duali but as candidates representing
the Interests of the working class. '
s our class Mini mine,
SNOHOMISH COUNTY NEWS
Carl Ulonska, County SecTreas. '
This department wants news real,
lint, crisp, organization newi. it' you
have it send it i" to the county of
fice, Bociallst party, 1612 California
street, Everett, Wash. If Us more
lengthy than strengthy never mind the
scissors, but see that YOUR local is
alive :m<l hcihl ill the news.
The county office has routed com
rade John DeQuer, th<> actor-orator,
for two months' organization Aork in
the county. DeQuer commences
work at Index July 11, covering every
local in the county.
.1. M. Suiter and <';irl Ulonska con
ducted a street meeting at Snohomish
hist Saturday night. A good crowd ;
Organizer Bredzky. of local Mukil
teo, reports that local Mukilteo now
has about twenty-five members, a
good number of them women. Some
growth for a young local, eh! He
also informs us that a member of the
school board has taken out a red card.
Our yet-to-be-representative J. M.
Salter in now covering the county col
lecting the filing fees for the county
ticket. Let the locals and comrades
aid him in this work. Salter says the
organization throughout the county is
taking on new life and action.
See that your local is in good stand-
Ing each month. How? By report
; ing to the county secretary your paid
up membership, flues stamps sold.
j meetings held and other propaganda
A Literature and Local News De
partment will soon be started in the
Plans are under way for three
COunty-wlde literature distributions to
curry Bnohomish county for Socialism.
Organization spells solidarity. Soli
darity means victory!
J. M. SALTER
Our Next Commissioner of
Comrade .1. M. Baiter, recently prin
cipal or the Silvnna schools, twice edi
<>>• of . the Commonwealth, and for
many yean an active worker in the
Socialist movement, was the party's
iholce for commissioner of public
works. Comrade Baiter is eminently
fitted by both education and practical
ixperlence to fill this important office <
with credit alike to the city of Everett I,
and the Socialist party. Backed by an ' ;
"iiihitsliisiii: and united organization '
such as we have In Everett, there is ,
every reason to believe that Comrade r
Baiter will be elected commissioner of y
public worka. ' •
LISTEN, SICK PEOPLE!
DO YOU REALLY, HONESTLY
PREFER TO TAKE DRUGS?
Nature wants you to be healthy and
happy and nature will cure you when
the MUM Is removed. Chiropractic
Adjustments will remove the cause,
and your suffering will cease when
It will cost you nothing to investi
A. LEE LEWIS
t 307-8 COLBY BLDG.
1 HOTEL LOMBARD f
',', ' 1922 Hewitt Aye. <,
<• Rooms 50c, 75c, $1 <' I
J! Phone Inel. 493 X ',',
< > Socialist literature always or. ♦
;; the table J
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AT FACTORY PRICES
SAVE FOR 30 to 60 PER CENT
28x3 $7.20 $1.65
30x3 7.80 1.95 •
30x3% 10.80 2.80
32x3% 11.90 2.95
34x3% 12.40 3.00
32x4 13.70 3.35
33x4 14.80 3.50
34x4 16.80 3.60
36x4 17.85 3.90
35x4% 19.75 4.85
36x4% 19.85 4.90
37x4% 21.50 5.10
37x5 24.90 5.90
All other sizes In stock. Non-Skid
tires 16 per cent additional, red tubes
ten per cent above gray. All new,
clean, fresh, guaranteed tires. Best
standard and Independent makes. Buy
direct from us and save money. 5. per
cent discount if payment in full ac
companies each order. C. O. D. on 10
per cent deposit. Allowing examina
TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO.
Dept. A Dayton, Ohio
TRADE ON ROCKEFELLER AVENUE AND SAVE MONEY \
JULY CLEARANCE SALE (
Starts in Monday, July 6 1
We want to clean out everything in tin1 way of spring and '
j summer goods. '
i ' ' \
I SILKS AT SALE PRICES. \
I DRESS GOODS AT SALE PRICES. J
; DOMESTICS AT SALE PRICES. J
! HOSIERY AT SALE PRICES. *
I UNDERWEAR AT SALE PRICES. J
1 LADIES' SUITS AT ONE-HALF AND LESS. ;
! LADIES' COATS AT ONE-QUARTER to ONE-HALF OFF \
; NOT OLD GOODS—BUT NEW GOODS AT GOOD SAVINGS 5
I DOLSON <& SMITH j
I THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER ON ROCKEFELLER \
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MURRAY SHOE CO.
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[ MURRAY SHOE CO. ||
j; 1715 HEWITT AYE. EVERETT, WASH. ! ;
D. KAMERMAN WATCHES
Ererett's Reliable Jeweler Elgin, Waltham, Hamilton, Howard
16.6 Hewitt Avenue and Ham Pden watches sold on a verj
lad. 227Y, Sunset 718 small profit at our store- : .
" AUSTIN'S, 2004 HEWITT
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i: For high grade Watches see j .Q^S Culmback
;: a. j. mohn ; • ' .
I; 1418 Hewitt i; FOR
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P City Dye A - 1 504 Hewitt Aye.
♦ w * J m^J^ ***• <; I PHONES 237
i: Cleansing -i;~ ~~" ——
11 Works !j |'' ' ■ ■ |
j: :: [ The Horseshoe
! ', 1416 Hewitt Aye. V,
• ;; RAP
(I BOTH PHONES 1196 o
♦ i»| 1805 Hewitt Avenue —Near
| ONLY FULLY EQUIPPED j; Commerce Building
!! CLEANSING PLANT IN o!
<> . EVERETT * COOK AND ZAEPFEL
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THIS WEEK THE COMEDY DRAMA
"Hunting; & Fortune"
GREAT SHOW PRICES— IOc, 20c and 30c
Remember This Fa.ct:
I The Workers Are the Majority I'
Thursday, Jaly 2, I'd \