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lheßt. Rev. Frederic W. Keator jl
went several days here the past
week v holding services in Emman- ,
tie) church Sunday. He was the ,
B uest of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Harding
Gow and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hun
*on.' ■ .... -.- '•, '* /■ ,". ' ■ ; v;
I.'■'. H. Waldrip left Monday for a
-business visit to Seattle and Van
couver. " -
Mrs. R. S. Prussia, who has been
-visiting her mother Mrs. C. 0.
Rapelje, for the past fortnight, left
for her home in Seattle Wednesday.
Miss Elizabeth Mann, who spent
the Christmas vacation with her
parents in Everett, returned Satur
«Jay to take up her school duties
M \ and Mrs. W. H. Hunton
entertained at dinner Sunday even-
Ing, their guest being Mr. and Mrs.
Harding Gow and Bishop Keator.
Mr. and Vrs. J. W. Pace enter
tained informally Tuesday evening
Kshop Keator and Mr. and Mrs. W.
The Madrona club met in the
clubhouse Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Jacobson acting as hostess.
Mrs. C. 0. Rapelje entertained
Bishop Keator at lunch Saturday.
Watler Sutherland returned to
-the U. of W. Monday, to resume
Miss Madeline Nicol left for Bel
gingham Saturday, where she is at
tending the normal school.
"Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Backman
Mvere the New Year's guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Murray at Deer
Philip Nogals and wife are the
quests of Mrs. Daniel Kepler.
The W. I. I. ladies made Mrs.
Humphrey a Christmas present of a
dice rocking chair.
The children of L. L. Harris re
turned to Bellingham to take up
their school work, after a two-weeks'
vacation with their parents on the
Mr. Owens of Bellingham, was
wthe New Year's guest of Miss Ball.
Mr. Freel was the guest of his
grandchildren New Years' day.
Miss Mabel Anderson left for
-Anacortes Friday. ■ ,
The Orcas lads are : sporting
Miss Pearl Ball returned to her
Eaome in Bellingham Saturday, after
impending the holidays with her sis
ter. "■ ,;. ■■'■'.■-■;■" -: .\:":.:
G. W. Woolard's nephews left for
.Seattle Friday, where they willonec
again take up school work, after a
tiwo-weeks' visit with their aunt
The literary is planning]a play to
,be given some time in the near fu
tture. , i
One of the greatest surprises the
W. I. I. ladies have had was when a
Harge crowd attended the dance
>Nevv Years' night.
The day and night were so stor
«ny that they little expected the
anusicians. The crowd being much
smaller than it would have been had
"the night been favorable at all
anuch of the supper was left, but
'^everyone had an enjoyable evening
=and that is what counts with - the
•dub. Some time in the near fu
ture a New England dinner will be
served by the ladies.
If your children are subject to at
tacks of croup; watch for the first
-symptom, hoarseness. . Give Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy as soon as
the child becomes hoarse |and the
attack may be warded off. >c For
sale by Friday Harbor Drug Co.
DOLPHIN BAY :
Miss Nettie Smith went to Bel
iingham Saturday, for an indefinite
, . stay. i " .'
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wright re
turned to their home last Thursday,
after an r over-Xmas visit with rela
tives here. '."■". v ■:■■;■
Freddie ; Krumdiack ' returned
--- borne ; from Friday Harbor Satur
day, after a few days' visit with his
sster an husband, Mr. and Mrs. Cy
irus Wright. -
1 John Schmuck is working for Mr.
"Tedder. " » -4 -
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Bull and Mrs.
Alfred Bull have company from
Bellinghara and Port Ludlow.
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H Mr and Mrs. W. A. Jones and
=- children returned home from San
Juan last Saturday, after a few
<lays' visit with his parents at
Mitchell bay. -, .- /;-.r;
-Bert Smith is going to start a
chicken ranch. He made a trip to
Zim Verrier's Monday and brought
home a lot of chickens.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krumdiack
returned home last Friday, after
spending Xmas with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Wotton, at
Julia Merritt returned from
Seattle Friday, after a two-weeks'
visit with her parents.
Mrs. E. M. Bourland is visiting
her sister Mrs. Cyrus Wright at
Mrs. W. A. Jones entertained
at dinner Sunday evening. Plates
were laid for fifteen.
Nurceis lotte and W. D. Sch-nuck
mad a a trip to Friday Harbor Tues
day to be on the Giglio divorce
Opal Howe was absent from
school the first of the week on ac
count of the bad weather.
Mrs. J. F. lotte and daughter are
visiting relatives in Bellingham.
John Schmuck is working for Mr.
Nurceis lotte, John Schmuck and
Chester Martin attened the dance
at Orcas New Years' night.
Mrs. Henry Krumdiack and Mrs.
E. M. Bourland are on the sick list
Mrs. R. A. Tabor, of Crider. Mo.,
had been troubled with sick head
ache for about five years, when she
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
She has taken two bottles of them
and they have cured her. Sick
headache is caused by a disordered
stomacn for which these tablets are
especially intended. Iry them, get
well and stay well. Sold by Friday
Harbor Drug Co.
SOUTH END NEWS
A dance was given New Year's
eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert and William Whitty visit
ed Rudolph Rosier and other friends
here the later part of the week.
They returned to their home at Vic
toria, B. C, Saturday.
Mrs. Ed. Vining is the mother of
a fine baby boy.
Miss Pearl Frank was pleasantly
surprised by a shower given by a
number of her lady friends Satur
day afternoon at her home. A de
licious lunch was served in the din
ing room at 12:30. The guests
were: Mesdames Turner, Ed. Mc-
Geary, R. Rosier, B. Jefferies, Jen
nie Hansen, Heidenrich, Will Ros
ier, Elmer Wold, Frank Stafford,
J. Stafford. Beck, John Dougherty,
and Goodman; Misses E. Daniels,
Bessie Johnson, Helen. Frank, Lou
ise Nelson, and Nellie and Annie
Bryant. Many presents were sent
by those who could not attend on
account of the cold weather Tr c
afternoon was greatly enjoyed by
Mrs. Wm. Munro is visiting her
sister Miss Lizzie Lawson.
Mr. and. Mrs. Will Rosier visited
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuman Sun
Someone is Waiting to hear from
Persons troubled with partial
paralysis are often very much bene
fited by massaging the affected
parts thoroughly when applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. This lini
ment also relieves rheumatic pains.
For sale by Friday Harbor Drug Co.
Mrs. H. E. Jennings and daugh
ter Verna returned to their home
on San Juan Monday, after spend
ing Christmas and New Year's with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. An
Phiilp Fagerholm and son Amos
went to Anacortes Saturday.
The Sewing Circle will meet with
Mrs. John Thompson next Wednes
Henry Bailey returned to his
home in Seattle Saturday.
Everyone reports having had a
good time at the dance gken in the
ball last Friday night.
James Benny was a passenger for
Anacortes on the Adelphus Satur
W. A. Johnson returned from
Miss Olive Stillman left Saturday
for Bellinsfbam, where she will visit
her sister Mrs. Comly Clift.
Mrs. W. O. Fowler and daughters
Vivian and Louisa, who bare been
visiting Mrs. O. Fowler and Ufa. F.
E. Fowler, returned to their home
in Anacortes Saturday.
C. H. Cilft is on the sick list this
Miss Mary Kline returned Satur
day, after spending the holidays in
Deming and Bellingham.
Mrs. Lee Pierce is much improved
at this writing.
Mr. Leish of Seattle, arrived
Monday to work for Geo. 0. Gritr
Here is a remedy that will cur 9
your cold. Why waste time and
money experimenting when you can
get a preparation that has won a
world-wide reputation by its cures
of this disease and can always be
depended upon? It is known ev
erywhere as Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, and is a medicine of real
merit. For sale by Friday Harbor
Drug Co. £
Miss Leora Oliver returned to
Bellingham Friday, where she is at
Mrs. Smith and son returned to
their home in Seattle the first of
Roy Blake left Saturday for On
tario, Canada, where he will visit
Mrs. James Sudweeks and little
daughter left Monday for their
home at Mabton, after a two
months' visit with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Kent.
Miss Ethel Bruns returned to
Lynden Monday, where she is at
tending high school.
Mrs. Tufts went as far as Seattle
with her sister Mrs. Sudwesks.
Mr. Wall is enjoying a visit with
his brother from Seattle.
Mrs. Gurney returned from Seat
tle Monday morning. j
Henry Finch of Anacortes, was a
caller at the shipyard Thursday.
Chas. Bower returned to Anacor
tes Thursday evening on the Bain
Arthur Norman and Alfonso Mey
er oi Islandale. called on friends
here Monday evening.
Roy Erb was an over-night guest
at the Jones home Monday.
Frank Fry berg of Anacortes, fe
employed at the shipyard this week.
Otto Amundsen went to Anacor
tes Tuesday, enroute to Seattle.
Miss Alma Howell returned to
Bellingham Saturday, after visiting
at home the past two weeks.
A. P. Fogelberg, accompanied by
a friend, returned from Seattle
Miss Margaret Hadley returned
Monday morning, after spending
the holidays with her mother in Se
Mr. and Mrs. Viereck are enter
taining Mrs. Viereck's daughter
from Snohomish county.
Mr. and Mrs. Toohey were guests
at the Howell home Sunday.
Nels Person and Jno. Magnussen
were guests at a New Year's dinner
at the Tansey home.
Capt. and Mrs. Jones entertained
New Year's night Mr. and Mrs.
Viereck, Misses Maragret. Jessie
and Louise Jones and Chas. Bower.
The Sewing Circle met with Mrs.
Zella Stuart Friday and with the
Misses Reed Tuesday.
Geo. Hastin of. Friday Harbor,
was an over-Sunday guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Reed.
Carl Johnson was a holiday guest
of Messrs. Earjula and Abrams.
A pleasant evening was spent in
music and dancing* at the Howell
home New Year's eve.
Ed. Moy is spending a few days
at the Howell home.
When you want a reliable medi
cine for a cough or cold take Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It can ak
ways be depended upon and is pleas*
ant and safe to take. For sale by
Friday Harbor Drug Co.
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■2? NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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In the Superior Court of the/State of Washing
ton for San Juan County. = - ? .s■■:-:'-: Lt :-~\~-':~~4
In the ; matter of the Estate of Boston Tom,
deceased. ' —- -'.
'?■!, By order of said court duly made and entered
herein, notice is , hereby . given ■ to. the creditors
of, and to a4l persons having claims against the
above named decedent or against said estate, to
present the \ same with the necessary vouchers
to the undersigned administrator of said estate;
at Bast Sound, Wash., the place of business of
•aid, estate, in said • county. and state, within
one year from t and after the date ol first pub
lication of this notice or the same will be barred.
-c%fi -M-'.-fr. '-.-J. T. Whiteley '.-j ■'■•■'4'"'":"-'-''-<""rS
1,. J. Irwin, ;- 's/'As Administrator for Estate
Attorney for Estate. -•-•.•■■ •^-^.•i-r'.,; •. '- :■■■
Friday Harbor, State of of Washington. .
-;- Date of first publication Dec 20,1912. :~st
In the Supeiior Court of the State of Washing
ton, in and for the County of San Juan.
George Carle, Plaintiff,
Jessie Carle, Defendant.
The State of Washington to Jessie Carle, De
You are hereby summoned and required
to appear within sixty (60) days after the
date of the first publication of this Sum
mons, to-wit; within sixty (60) days af
ter the 20th day of December 1912, and
defend the above entitled action in the above
entitled court, answer the complaint of the
plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer or
other pleading upon the undersigned attorney
tor plaintiff at bis address below stated, and in
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As I, Chas. McKay, of Friday
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their not knowing where to get
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