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EAST SOUND
The oldest settler of this island,
Indian Tom, who has lived on North
Beach since before the first white
settelrs' memory, died some time
during the afternoon of Tuesday, of
pneumonia. He was alone at the
time. Durinsr his illness a neighbor
went in and found him and sent for
the doctor, and since then neigh
bors have gone in and given him
medicine and food. Relatives have
been sent for and they will make
funeral arrangements.
Miss Esther Williams left for her
home in Bellingham Tuesday. She
was accompanied by her brother
Bert, who came over Saturday for a
few days' shooting.
Mrs. A. E. Boyles, who is now
spending some time at Edge
wood, the summer home of her aunt
Mrs. H. B. Paige, of Bellingham,
entertained very charmingly a num
ber of old friends Saturday evening.
She also entertained with an infor
mal luncheon Thursday of last week.
Dr. Harrison met with a serious
accident last Wednesday while
breaking in a two-year-old colt.
While passing the Dorviller Dlace
it took fright at some pigs in the
road, and ran away, throwing the
doctor out. When found he was un
conscious and it was feared was very
badly hurt, but he is now almost
himself again although looking very
badly battered up.
Great indignation is felt by all
residents of E^st Sound over the"
reckless shooting by some outside
visitors, who. while breaking the
law by hunting deer at night, shot
two yo.mg calves belonging to Cave i
Nic >I. The same parties also shot
a number of chickens belonging to
Mr. Jacobson. Such people cannot
be too harshly dealt with.
Harry Templin ha? returned from
a ten days' absence. He visited
several Sound points while away.
Mrs. J. W. Pattorson entertained
very delightfully at luncheon Wed
nesday of last week at her hGme,
Sunset Cottage, her guests being
Mrs. Mary Templin and her sister
Mrs. Dinwoody of the Philippine
islands, who has been spending the
summer here. Mrs. Rapelje and
Miss Tempiin will be Mrs. Patter
son's guests Saturday for luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harding Gow en
tertained at dinner Sunday at Ju
niper Lodge. Iheir guests were
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Benson.
Mrs. J. W. Pace has returned to
her home in Seattle.
Geo. E. Gandy left for Seattle
Thursday, after several days' shoot
ing.
Mrs. Rapleje and son Clarence
have taken the Drought place, in
the village for the winter.
Miss Laura Waldrip has returned
from a visit to Bellingham.
OLGA
Mrs. Harry Whipple arrived Sat
ruday morning on the Bainbridge
for a few days' visit at her old
place.
Mr. Frazer received a new har
row last week to use on the Cline
place.
The Str. Rosalie had some trou
ble Wednesday night getting all the
freight on at the Olga dock having
taken on nearly all she could handle
before reaching here.
Mrs. Spencer and Miss Jessie
Scrimsher made a trip to Bellingham
Wednesday.
Mrs. 1. C. Morrow made a trip to
East Sound Priday. She leaves next
week to teach schuol at Rosario for
the winter.
Virgil Thompson of Bellingham,
made a trip to Olga last week with
a party of prospective buyers for
thp old Whipple place.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cheever are
expected home this week from Se
attle where they have been visiting
for the past month.
S. J. Rockwell's new house is
nearly completed and Mr. Rockwell
expects to move in next week.
John Gray is spending several
weeks in British Clumbia this fall.
Miss Tina Scrimsher was visiting
her sister at Olga Saturday and Sun
day.
Mrs. Spencer made a trip to Bell
inghan Monday.
S. J. Rockwell is painting his
house this week.
DOE BAY
Mrs. Ballard and two sons of
Laurel, were the week-end guests
of Mrs. W. Stanlake.
Mrs. G. N. Culver is spending a
few days with her daughter. Mrs.
Wii'is, at Olga.
Mr. and Mrs. Connors of West
Sound were visitors at Alderbrook
lari Sunday.
Mrs. Bauman of Tacoma, it vi«t-
ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
Anderson.
August A berg spent a few days
the past week with his parents.
Jack Buchanan and party of
friends of Bellingham, have been
hunting on the island the past few
days.
Mr. Madlun of the north side,
has been building an addition to his
bungalow.
Quite a number of hunters from
Everett and Seattle are camping on
the north side of the island and re
port good shooting.
Mrs. Stanlake visited in B:lling
ham a few days the past week.
Mr. Carver and son of Belling
ham have been spending a few days
the past week at the Meredith home
While here they each got a fine deer.
B. C. Viereck has been very busi
ly engaged this week picking up
logs with his launch Dawn.
Miss Rilling spent Sunday at 01
--ga, the guest of Miss Nicol.
Here is a woman who speaks
from personal knowledge and long
experience, viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan,
Wilson Pa., who says, "I know from
experience that. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is far superior to
any other. For croup there is
nothing that excels it." For sale
by Friday Harbor Drug Co.
WEST SOUND
A basket social will be given at
the West Sound hall Oct. 18 by the
| West Sound Athletic Club. A mu
sical program will be rendered and
ice cream and cake served. Ladies
please bring baskets.
FOR SALE—Two thoroughbred
Jersey Bull Calves. Mrs.V.F.Taylor.
Friday Harbor. Phone 143. tf.
DOLPHIN BAY
Mrs. E. M. Bourland and son
returned home Monday after a
week's visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright returned
home Monday from their wedding
trip.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wright. Mrs. E.
M. Bourland and son, and Messrs.
Will, Henry, Ernest and Fred
Krumdiack spent Sunday at the
Jones home.
Mr. Krumdiack and sons Henry
and Ernest made a trip to Stuart
island Sunday.
Mrs. J. F. lotte and daughter
spent Sunday with Mrs. G. N. Mar
tin.
A few from here turned out and
charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Cryus
Wright. Though pot a very big
turnout, a fine time was had just
the same and they were treated to
all kinds of good things to eat.
Fred Krumdiack and son Henry
made a trip to Waldron Tuesday.
Mrs. and Mrs. W. D. Schmuck
were Friday Harbor visitors Satur
day.
When you haVe a bad cold you
want the best medicine obtainable
so as to cure it with as little delay
as possible. Here is a druggist's
opinion: "I have sold Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for fifteen years,"
says Enos Lollar of Saratoga. Ind..
"and consider it the best on the
market." For sale by Friday Har
bor Drug Co.
DECATUR
W. Warren returned from Ana
cortes Monday morning.
Joe Reed visited at the Jones
home on Blakeley over Sunday.
Miss Margaret Hadley went to Se
attle Friday, returning Monday.
Nels Person and Adolph Kartula
have gone to Seattle on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Viereck were
guests at the Jones home Sunday.
Capt. Norton and H. Johnson of
Anacortes spent Sunday on Deca
tur.
Mr. and Mrs. James Fulton of
Blakeley, visited with friends here
this week.
L. Scribner and B. Fowler arrived
in port from Alaska with the launch
Halcyon Thursday, where they have
been employed during the fishing
beason.
Capt. Jones and Roy Erb went to-
Anacortes Saturday with the Skid
doo, to have the shaft of the launch
Marion repaired.
Charles Bower of Dewey, and
James Ivanson of Anacortes, were
viistors at the south side Sunday af
ternoon.
Wm. Reed and Otto Emerson went
to Thatcher with the Skiddoo Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Toohey, Mrs. Zella
Stuart and daughter and Mrs. J.
Reed and family were guests at the
Gurney home Sunday.
While out horse back riding last
Wednesday evening Miss Margaret
Jones was thrown from the horse
and her right wrist badly sprained.
She went to Anacortes accompanied
by her aunt, Miss Jessie Reed to
consult Dr. Appleby and have her
wrist attended to.
Messrs. Scribner and Fowler, ac
companied by Will Reed. Roy Har
mon Otto Emerson. Mrs. Sturat and
daughter Janey and Misses Jessie
Reed and Margaret Jones, went to
Anacortes with the Halcyon Thurs
day..
Mrs. L. Howell was a caller at
the south end Friday.
Misses Jessie Reed and Margaret
Jones returned from Anacortes Fri
day morning on the Bainbridge.
Sick headache is, caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamber
lain's Tablets and correct that and
the headaches will disappear. For
sale by Friday Harbor Drug Co.
MITCHELL. BAY
Mrs. W. A. Bridges and son Sam
uel left Thursday for the east to vis
it relatives there.
Mrs. Ben Gross bpent Sunday
with Mrs. H. Barlsly.
The dance at the hall Saturday
evening was enjoyed by all in spite
of the fact that some of our num
ber attended the dance at Roche
Harbor.
A. Jones spent Sunday at the
Flynn home.
The school vas closed last week
because of the illness of the teach
er, Mrs. C. W. Hammond.
Messrs. Arthur Jones and Rob.
Bridges visited Sunday afternoon,
at the Flynn home.
Mrs. Guy Kent and children, who
have been visiting with relatives
here, returned to her home on
Blakeley island the first of the week.
Marion Boyce has been visiting
relatives here.
The hunters have kept the pheas
ants on the fly since the season open
ed.
C. L. Peterson returned from Ka
naka bay Sunday.
Mrs. Jane Gross and daughters
spent Sunday with Mrs.. Charlie
French.
Dances are the order of the day
Saturday nights, in the hall after
the meetings are over.
The trollers all complain of poor
fishing. They ought to move on if
they don't find any fish to where
they will, since fishing is their pre
ferred object.
Mrs. Roy Walters has been visit
ing friends in Seattle for the past
week.
The talk of the masquerade ball
in the hall here this month is stiil
going on. and we believe it is no
idle rumor, for the bills will be
printed shortly.
A meeting of the hall association
will be held next Saturday evening.
Emerson Lightheart returned to
Friday Harbor Sunday.
Geo. Mai com spent Saturday af
ter noon at the Gross camp.
H.Mitchell made a trip to Pt.
Townsend the last of the week, re
turning Sunday.
Billy Hunter spent Sunday after
noon at the Flynn home:.
Miss Nellie Jones spent Sunday
with Miss Gladys Bridges.
Miss Vela -French spent Sunday
with Miss Grace Botsford.
A. J. Lightheart made at trip to
Belhngham the first of the week.
A few from here attended the
dance at George Smith's Saturday
night.
Ernest Dougherty returned to
West Sound Tuesday.
Tom Jones is working in the mill
at Roche Harbor.
Elmer Breedlove visited friends
here Sunday.
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If you have young children you
have perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomach are their most com
mon ailment. ;To correct this you
will find Chamberlain's; Stomach
and Liver Tablet's excellent. -hey
are easy and pleasant to take, and
mild and gentle in effect. For sale
by Friday Harbor Drug Co. * "j
Summons in Foreclosure Tax Lien
In the Superior Couit of the State of Washing
ton, for San Juan County.
H. Q. Barene, Plaintiff,
John Doe, and all persons unknown, if any,
having or claiming to have an interest in
and to the real property, hereinafter de
scribed, Defendants.
The State of Washington to John Doe, and all
persons unknown, if any, having or claiming
to have an interest in and to the real 'property
hereinafter described.
You and each of you are hereby notified that
plaintiff above named is the holder of
Certificate of Delinquency numbered 979,
issued on the Ist day of August, A. D. 1910,
by the Treasurer of San Juan County, State
of Washington, for the amount of Three and
10-100 Dollars, [$3.101, the same being the
amount then due and delinquent for taxes
for the year 1908, together with penalty,
interest and costs thereon, upon real property
assessed to you and of which you are the own
ers or reputed owners, situate in said County
and particularly bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wit:
Part of lots 6 and 8, Section 6, Two. 34 North,
RaaMi We*W.M., and upon which* helm
paid Uxes assessed against said property as tol-
ANACORTES LUMBER & BOX CO,
fs prepared to offer its customers in
San Juan County prompt deliveries of
—— = All Grades =
SPRUCE AND FIR LUMBER
ROUGH OR SURFACED
INTERIOR riNISH, MOULDINGS, LATH, SHINGLES
Everything that goes into a house at prices that will make it to
your advantage to buy here.
Our Extensive Facilities, Large Stock, Modern Machinery
and Best Mainland Timber, Enable Us To Give You
FIRST CLASS SERVICE
LET US FIGURE ON YOUR SPECIFICATIONS
ANACORTES LUMBER k BOX CO.
Anacortes, - - - - Washington.
Year Date Amt
I/J9— August 1, 1910 J3's
1910 —May 31, 1911 1.08
1910—October 31, 1911 1.08
ion —August 5, 1912 2-57
Total Amt. taxes paid since date of
of Certificate of Delinquency $7.88
all of said amounts bearing interest at the rate
of fifteen per cent per annum from the date of
payment of said respective amounts; and you
are further notified that he will apply to the
fuperiir Court of the State of Washington, in
and tor said County, for a judgment foreclosing
his lien against the property hereinbefore men
tioned; and you are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the service of this sum
mons upon you, exclusive of the day of service,
if served personally;—if served by publication,
then within sixty (6ql days from and after the
date of the first publication of this notice and
summons, exclusive of the day of said first pub
lication, to-wit, within sixty days from and after
the 20th day of September, A.D.1912, and defend
this action or pay the amount due.together with
costs; and in case of your failure to do so, judg
ment will be rendered foreclosing the lien for
said Certificate oi Delinquency, taxes, penalty,
interest and costs, against the lands and prem
ises hereinbefore mentioned.
Any pleading or process may be served upon
the undersigned at the address hereafter men
tioned. " H. O. BARENE, Plaintifl
I . J. Irwin, P.p. Address, Seattle, Wash.
Pros. Atty and Plaintiff's Atty,
P.O. .ddress, Friday Harbor, Wash.
First publication Sept. 20th, 1912
Last publication, Nov. 22nd, 1912.
Proposed Amendment to State
Constitution
State of Washington
Office of the Secretary of State
To Whom It May Concern: In obedience to
an act or the legislature, approved March 17,
1911, entitled as follows: "Am Act to amend
article one (1) of the Constitution of the State of
Washington, authorizing and empowering the
voters to caH a special election at any time to
recall and discharge any elective public officer
and to elect his successor, by adding there'o at
the end of said article one (1) two new sections
which shall be numbered sections 33 and 34 of
said article one (1)," there is hereby published
for the consideration of the voters oi the' State
of Washington the following proposed amend
ment to the constitution of said state:
That at the general election to be held in this
State on the Tuesday next succeeding-the first
Monday in November, 1912, there shall be sub
mitted to the qualified electors of the state, for
their adoption and approval or rejection, m:
.amendment of article one [1] of the constitution
of the State of Washington, authorizing and em
oowering the voters to call a special election at
any time to recall and discharge any elective
public officer and to elect his successor, by add
ing thereto at the end of said article secHons 33
and 34 of said article one fi], and which shall
read, a* follows:
Article i.
Section 33. Every elective public officer in
the State of Washington except judges of the
courts of record is subject to recall and discharge
by the legal voters of the state, or.of the politi
cal subdivision of the state, from which he was
elected whenever a petition demanding his re
call, reciting that such officer has committed
some act or acts of malfeasance or misfeasance
while in office, or who has violated his oath of
office, stating the matters complained of, signed
by the percentages of the qualified electors
thereof, hereinafter provided, the percentage
required to be computed from the total number
of votes cast for all candidates to his said office
to which he was elected at the preceding elec
tion, is filed with the officer with whom a peti
tion for nomination, or certificate for nomina
tion, to such office must be filed under the laws
of this state, and the same officer shall call a
special election as provided by the general elec
tion laws of this state.and the result determined
as therein provided.
Section 34. The legislature shall pass the
necessary laws to carry out the provisions of
section thirty-three [33] of this article, and to
facilitate its operation and effect without delay:
Provided, that the authority hereby conferred
upon the legislature shall not be construed to
grant to the legislature any exclusive power of
law making nor in any way limit the initiative
and referendum powers reserved by the people.
The percentages required shall be, state officers,
other than judges, senators and representatives,
c: ty oflicers of cities of the first class, school dis
trict boards in cities of the first class; county
officers of counties of the first, second and third
classes, twenty-five per cent. Officers of all
other political subdivisions, cities, towns, town
ships, precincts and school districts not herein
mentioned, and state senators and representa
tives, thirty-five per cent.
There shall be printed on all ballots provided
for the said election, the words:
"For the proposed amendment to article one
[ii of the constitution, by adding thereto at the
cad of said article oae fl] two new sections to
be numbered sections 33 and 34 of said article
one [1] authorizing and providing for the recall
and discharge of any elective public officer and
election of his successor." "Against the pro
posed amendment to article one [1] of the con
stitution, by adding thereto at the end of said
Article one [11 two new sections to be numbered
Sections 33 and 34 of said article one f I]. author
izing and providing for the recall and discharge
of any elec ive public officer and election of his
successor."
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of the State of Wash
ington.. ; "
Done at Olympia this Ist day of July, 1912.
fS«al] I.M.HOWEU,
.. Secretary of State
/
Proposed Amendment to State
Constitution
State of Washington
Office of the Secretary of State
To Whom It May Concern: In obedience to
an act of the legislature, approved February 23,
1911, entitled as follows: "An Act to amend sec
tion 7 of article XI of the constitution of the
State of Washington, relating to terms of office
of county officers," there is hereby published
tor the consideration of voters of the State of
Washington the following proposed amendment
to the constitution of said state: § ;. '
That at the general election to be held in this
state on the Tuesday next succeeding the first
Monday in November, iqi», there shall be sub
mitted to the qualified electors of the State of
Washington a proposed amendment to section
7, article XI of the constitution of the State of
Washington, so that the same shall read, when
so amended, as follows: _
Section 7. ■No county treasurer shall be eligi
ble to hold his office more than two terms in
succession -
There shall be printed on all ballots provided
for the said election the w:rds 'For the pro
posed amendment to section seven (7) of article
eleven (XI) of the constitution, removing the
prohibition against county officers, except
county treasurer, holding office for more than
two terms"; "Against the proposed amendment
to section seven (7) of article eleven of the con
stitution, removing the prohibition against
county officers, except county treasurer, hold
ing office for more than two terms." .-, '
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of the State of Wash
ington.
' Done at Olympia this Ist day of July, 1912.
[Seal] I. M. HOWELL, V
Secretary of State
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Abstracts of Title and
Insurance ■:
Only Set of Abstract Books in San \ >
: Juan County ." ;• A^< I
GENE C. GOULD |i
Notary Public I;
Friday Harbor, Washington \\
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I Undertaker ii
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i! Licensed Embalmer i:
! ', FUNERAL DIRECTOR— Careful « '
i ►attention Riven to all details. --. < •
j'\ Phone 130—Line 13 > j!
ii Friday Harbor, • Wash.]
• The City of Anacortes will carry
light freight shipments on her route
at reasonable ra.es.
Notice
As I, Chas. McKay, of Friday
Harbor, have been requested by
men who have lost valuable cows by
their not knowing where to get
help to give birth to their calves, I
announce that 1 have had an exper
ience of 40 years in saving cows in
such emergencies, and I wlil go to
any part of the county when called
on. For reference see Jas. King
or John Sweeney of Friday Harbor.
Chas. McKay.
DR. C. O. REED
Physician and Surgeon
Bank Building - Friday Harbor
VICTOR J.C APRON, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Electrical Treatment for Diseases of Skin wd
Mucous Membranes.
X-Ray Examinations
i ;•' from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.
Office: Bank Building, Friday Harbor, wasn.
DR. CARL M. ERB
Special Attention to Diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Room. 204 and 205, Alaska Buildin*,
Office 'Phone, Sunset Mam 1634. Reside""
Main 2889 M
BEUINGHAH,- WASHINGTON
DR. F. J. VAN KIRK
Special Practice Limited
I ' to — .
I Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
CLOVER BLK.. BELLINGHAM
DR. W. H. AXTELL
EXCHANGE BLOCK
* -;■'.:':. BKLUNGHAM r^.
Practice limited to Surgery and vw>~
of the Rectum andJJowel^ pHoNES
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L. J. Irwin, .
- Attorney-at-Law and Notary PaW
Conveyancing
Phone 32 n
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