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Ban 3uan Island
Outstd* of County Seat
■AH .RAN VAM.KY
Okm, <ini!!t (aim down from Seattle
1. Kiitz is over froiii Poll Townsend on
Mm. A. Thrones and Ijuirena Hosier
returned Monday from Port Towneeiid.
Thi> farmers In this.section aivajl busy
hauling outs - 'tearing Dp I©r next
Miss Amy Million returned .to Seattle
Tuesday after a two months' visit with
The dance at tho corners Friday even
ing proved an enjoyable little part}. The
dance "broke up" at 3 o'clock Saturday
There will be a mfce/ing at the joiner
f tore Saturday, June 14, to make arrange
ments for ■ celebration of the Nation's
; At the bull game Sunday between ,the
San Juan and Westbound clubs the val
ley boys played a good game, ai wiiibe
fthowu by the score. At the end of the
7th liming the spore, stood .1 to 13 in favor
of the valley boJM t but in the him Innjing
the West Sounders did some heavy ) .,bat'
.(ing and scored 11 runs. Following Is the
-ore: , ;
SAN JIT AN
1 2 .i 4 6 C *< 8 9 .
.Ins. M. Kay, c... ..1 011000 00- 3 j
win. Oakes, ii» 0 0 10 0 0 19 0-'^
Win. Rosier, p.nii. ;.....O o^ooloo 1-3 j
'.Ino. Taylor, 2b ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0-p
Win. Heigiy i ,B9,««y*'. 0 0 ( () «) 10 0 0 0-1
Art Rrliik^nn; 3b 000000 0 0 0-0
Art McKay, r1\..... ......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 j
i:d. Buckley, cf...... ..000010 1 I 0-3
Win. Kchuman, If.. 001010 10 0-3 j
.. BaseHon biU,liS—Wm. Hosier, i} v Two-|
hase hitotlWm. Hosier. Struck by pitch-j
id ball—Art Kricson.
WBST SOITNP : '■ i '■
. . 12 3466 78 9
Frank Slmtpick. c .....1 0 000001 o—2
Cluut.Nhatluek', p...'..'..'.'.0 0 0 0 I 0 0 2 0-3
Karl Bond, ss ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-2
.lax. Laplant. lb 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 2 0-2
V. Marion, !>b..-..'.... "....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-2 j
Win. Laplant. 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10-1
Joe Utter", rf... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Alf Hull, cf..... 0 0000000 0-0
Peter Laplant, If 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 1-3
V BUM on bill* off (T»lias. Shattuck, 2;
y.»r\ Bond, 2; Frank Shttuek, 2. Three
bivse hit—L'has. Shattuck.
SCORE HV INNINGS v. .
„: 12 3 4 5 0 7 ,8 9 .
; West Sound. 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 1J I—ls
San Juan 1 0 41313 1 1-15
The Valley teiun wjll go to West Sound
next Sunday and play tho return game
there. The boat will leave Friday Har
bor at 8 o'clock Sunday morning. All
wishing to go niUst bo on hand promptly.
, Mr. and Mr*. Ale».H»ll and-MrS. tlill
are visiting friends iv Kairhavcu.
l Mrs. LsM. Harper is. tajtlng her pa
rents, Mr. and Mis. Kisbell, of Seattle.
Nathan Strahl returned ( Monday from
Seattle, where ho lias been spending a
week visiting his sister and family.
The brig Wm. <■. Jrwin e;um> into port
Hunday with a cargd of freight. She loads
a return cargo of lime for San Francisco.
Haying time is here.
• »' ,1
» Mr. Martin has bought a nC\v mowing
machine. . , »• • . .-.*./■;
. Mrs. Van Morehani, of Oreas, was very
ill last week. ;' ; /,
The Lavine Bros.«pent a day hero last
week visiting friend*. .. t
> Road Supervisor Frcel says he Is about
through spring road work.
A lune barrel factory would be a pay
ing proposition in this locality.
Mrs. AdkiiiH was called-to Kairharen
Friday by news of the tori&tN illness of
• The Deer Harbor school, -the-second
term touifht by Miss Ashcruft, cloned last
Friday witl^uppropriate exercise^
1 Mr. Hill, formerly of West Sound but
who has lived in Fatrhaven for-several
years, has bought the Kcese farm, in Crow
• A Mr. • A ilk ins, from »Colorado' has
bought the flue farm in Crow valley
which was owned uiui occupied for many
years by the late Win. Miller.' , ...
Miss Lou WakefTcld graduated from
the Whatcom high school lost Friday.
She worked hard to complete her studies
(here and deserves much .credit. *
' Look ont for some more big potato
stories this year. The man who raised
the forty'potatoes that nil. .1 a two bushel
tack last year is still here and "at it
again.",, , .
• The West Souud saw mill cut <t» first
plank a few days ago and the mill com
paiy is reaily to take and fill orders for
lumber for delivery anywhere in the
There \tas a well nttendfd ball at tl c
West Sound hall Friday night, it lind
been the intention to have it m\ Orcaa, but
tho illness of Mrs. Vaii Sloreliain tliere
Frank Presspy's hoiiso caugjit^lrt h'.st
Sunday while all the family vvero away
■BOept Miss Ada. Sheclinibed to the roof
with an axe and cut away the burning
shingl"s and say d the house.
There was a large onngreftatjldn at
church last Sunday, assembled to bear
Rev. W. J, Dickson, of Tacoma, who is
much estidned by the islsnd j'eople,
whether they are member* of his < hureh
The Fourth of July oelebfathiP. this year
will be at ()rcns. The West Sor.nd band
will be tliere tp cheer Judge Thacker,
provided he can be prevailed upon to
make a speech. There will be soft drinks,
dancing and lots of fun gem -rally.
Mrs. L.. I). Pike went to Whatcom Mon
j>ir«. Patterson returned $tp»jdj»y from
her trip to Whatcom and other points.
Mrs. C. Woods nttended tin Culver-
Willis wedding at Pi. Lawrence, last
15. £.. Westfall arrived, JMt, week from
Minnesota, where lie Jus been for several
, M ias Nettie Stowers was a passenger on
the Thompson Monday evening for the
Mrs. Jesfljn Templin left ..Wednesday
evening for the hay cities uiid Sumus to
visit relatives and friends!
i t■ * '*■
Mf.?. (leoghpgau, AceorniJcnied by her"
granddaughter Miss Malory Woods
w*eht,|p Whatcoin Monday to see the dog
and pony show.
Mrs. iS,tQ\vers t who has been ill for sev
eral woe to, is much better and has giin«
to spend a \Veek with her niei-e, Mrs. Dft
(Jeoghegan, nt Wlmtconi.
, Mn and Mrs. Jas. Tuiloek and dftUghy
tor Isabel were passenger)* on the Tbotni -
MM Monday q.Yeni"M lor. Whatconi, ou
their wa,y to visit Mrs. Tullocl.'s parents
11. Kii\ff,, who has been quite HI for
several months*, left Monday evening, ac
companied by his sons John and Karnest.
He will go to M.t. Vernon to consult Dr.
West. His friends here hope he may
Hey. J; ,\V. Dicksbh has bffj/l ,!*ppnding
several days among his many, friends
here, all of whom enjoyed his visit very
much., Services were held at Emanuel
church Sunday, afternoon and evening.
Mr. Dickson preached good sermons and
a, choir rejulered got>d music. The mem
bers of the p*rish hope soon to have a
"Ohildron'p day" was .observed \t the
M. E. church last Sunda>. morning. A
fine program was rendered, in which &U
the children, qf Hje M Hiindny.sdiool took
part. The singing and, ap&ikjng by the
tittle ones was very, goodi kideed. "The
Progress..of the Centuries," a sort of
drama, >Vas beautifully rendered by
twenty girls and boys, each bearing n
banner on. which was the number, of thfe
century represented. Each repeated his
lines without forgetting, making it alto
gether \<r> entertaining. The mUslc by
the choir w»«s especially, fine. Thone hav
ing the services in charge art* to be con
gratulated upon their success.
Miss Mrtscott, ofvSeattle, is visiting her
brotiier, ( Dr. Muscott. .\l':'-
Mr. Katoii id doing much needed road
work in district No. 1.
Miss Hammond is making her parents
a two or three weeks' visit.
Children's day will be observed at the
M. K. church next Sunday.
Mr. Adams, of the Home colony, was
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kastman a few
day/} the past week.
Bert Weeks went to Seattle, last week
Monday and on Thursday was knocked
from a street car and badly injured.
The Ladies' Aid will give »n Experi
ence social at Woodmen hull Friday
evening. A short program will be given.
Admission free. Cake and ice cream will
"The Volcano's Deadly Work from the
Fall of Pompeii to the Destruction. of
St. Pierre," .by Prof. Charles Morris,
1,1,. p. : Most intensely Interesting b^ok ever
published. Cumpjete, thrilling a hi} accurate ac
count of greatest disaster that ever befell the
human race— eiiter even than Pompeii. Tells
how Martinique, one of the ui*«t »>cauti(ul isl
ands in the world, was suddenly transformed
into a vertible hell. About Joe pages, profusely
illustrated with photographs taken before and
after disaster. Practically only : ."Martinique
Book in the field, for everyone now • insists on
having l'rol. Morris 1 book and- no other. • Best
author largest book, best illustrated, scientific
ally • accurate. Price $i.y>. Agent* Wanted.
Kuorraous profits for those who act quickly.
Most liberal terms. Outfit 10 cents Don't lose
a, minute. Scud for. outfit IMMEDIATELY,
and beat work. -The chance of a life-time tor
making money. "* ; V*.'
Clark A Co , 222 S. 4th St., i'hila.. Ft.
■ CpV > .®%\''' r Garland Stoves »»* Ranges
V _^__J^''- g^aasis: )k FoO(1 fln( i Warm Howies for Millions
®$8 HI \\ ®®®' More tfARL'AXDS are sold than any other STOVE. This
<fP> II proves their worth. Every GARLAND is sold with an . #
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'^fllPi^ TW^^)l( ! IsSt^' The complete line is shown here. Call and see them or
f^^?.*; IJl^siJp^fr write for prices on any size Stove or Range*
/^mV^^Lu B. B. Furrifture Co.; Whatcorri
*^*"'£:— <gs"Sfr~~rV":=*- Everything to Furnish a Home '
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:; ■ Ilw I alllUUd |j est $ 3 . - 0 juid 4>oo Shoe Made! Don't pay $5.00
X QVir^O TTmi *ltd (»-00 for a slioe when jou can get the fainon*
X :<v OllUc? ■nuUBC. WALK-OVER for $3.50 and $4* Onr NeW Line just in
]: New Whatcom, Washington N j»-agests for sorosis shoes north of Seattle
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j; Doors, Wihdows >h^Ur^ ; I Mjestic Steel,
I Paints, Oils; Building Material J ; ißhii?
:: TWines, Netting, ; "ltna"" and Jewell
| Rope and Coal HARDWARE Cool
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FIRE INSURANCE for Leading Compan
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Ji The Cost of Living I* Somewhat Red need When You Buy Groceries at THE FAIR
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|: Never in the History 6i Merchandiaing lii Korth
|: western Wa§liiiigtdti have there been such Wonder
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! dtlritig the JDhsttwb years. SQUARE, HONEST
:i DEALING *s the Watchword of this Store and
;! people come here and buy goods alWays con"
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;> fident that every statement made is true,
|| \ Tell the Truth, Sale or no Sale!
i| is the order under Vinibti all of bur clerks do
!; their work.
i I Our Millinery Our Prices on In DresS Goods
i; Department Tailor Made ; and Silks
[ Is a bower of beauty, ahd ;__ . QlTi"fft ! This Store Stands at the
; we are selling Ladies' Hate ■'' "^ ■————3 Head of the tret. There
! at prices neVer equaled in Are the Vy Oil" Jno place in Wliatcom that
I Whatcom before. -.-... £)- ._ .> . ,• v. i, fll v . n i,v
--; - - . Ham of the ■ < you can do > as.'well in u»;
! * ~~Z^~ ~i T ~ ' ln T»ress Goods as at THE
Equrl FAIE .
; WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON SHOE*s CLOTHING AND DISHES^
; Whatoom^ I ' TUC C" i\ ID if Whatcwn*
i| Busy Store J ■-LXL™-£ = 4? * I Washington
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