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The San Juan islander. (Friday Harbor, Wash.) 1898-1914, January 17, 1913, Image 5

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The City of Anacortes will carry
• , t freight shipments on her route
,' t reasonable ra.es. \'-:^..:Z:
wO OD and BARK FOR SALE
$4.50 PER LOAD
HARPST & MENEFEE
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San Juan Meat
& Produce Co, I
Hastings & Il<;ik, Props.
Well Supplied with lieef, Pork. and j
Mutton N
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
The Wants of Large Consumers
Attended to.
PRICES REASONABLE
'- 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I The Dentists Who Have I
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| *c have bee in BcUingham |
E (3 Years. p
I ] '< give you an Ironclad |
I Guarantee. !
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I he do your work painlessly. "I!
I ''c save you money. I
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i^w York Dentists, Inc. 1
I BELLINGHAM |
. I Sunset Bl'd Sunset Bl'd |
Steamer
P Cft I J iS*
-frying Passengers and Freight^
IDS? SEATTLE from COLMAN
Km.: bundays, Tuesdays and
te s VI p. m. for Port
lodp, PDTT.Richardson' Argyle,
Harbn, nIDAY " HARBOR, Roche
««rbor Deer Harbor, West Sound,
H UA nM' R T °Sario« °lga '
INGHam at oHAM- LeavesßELL"
aesdfJ:. *}* P: m- Mondays, Wed
andtlT Fridays for Anacortes
freiW Uledirect- Passengers? and
and An, \ Seattle ' Bellingham
point I L es ' from any- island
Rosalie tK pioked UP by the
Seattle \u c outoi trip from
onp U2 ;i he most beautiful trip
"^nett ? URd ' the route winding
Juan a r ,Vely islands of -the SaiJ
str £ i t^ ? ago and mossing the
to^iii SSgg Fuca, affording
views ol the
THe-txtt olym lc mountains;; (^
' D NAVIGATION CO.
battle, Washington.
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San luan fesr> Island
'„;;; Areas 4 Bq. Miles . \" \ Pop. 1.500
Officers to Be Elected
Monday evening at the studio of
J. A. McCormick, the Improvement;
club will meet for the purpose of
I electing officers for the ensuing
year, hearing reports, and a general |
good time. A program cannot be
announced in detail, but it is •prom
ised, to be enjoyable. Mr. McCor
mick's item is large, so don't be i
afraid/ yon can't get in incase you I
want to go. It is also announced j
i that "light" refreshments; will be
j served. ;.
'Not Cause of Accident
It is not 'thought 'hat the going
out of the old county officers Men,-'
day or the installing of the new. had <
\ anything to do with the falling of a
■ portion, of the brie! wall Monday'
evening* 1;: though there is a--.cciv.cl
dence connected -with "it which
•would.seem to point this way. Just
•four years ago, Monday* January
! 11, when Clerl C. E. Had and f
| some of. the other new officers went I
into, office the severe earthquake
sheck that day caus.ed the court ]
house wall to perceptibly . crack. ■
and.now on the very day tbey leave
another orach k the result. Wlieth-j \
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er it is the "swelling up" -of the]
new! or the vacuum left by the old
officers Which may have occasioned !
I the trouble' is not clear, but the I
chance for ,fpeculation is not beingj {
overlooked by'friends'of aiLpartite. j
Bible LecioreSifiidey V
At Oddfellows hall, at 2:30. Sun- 4
day afternoon, F. J. Rice of Hc-1
liTigham, a member of th c Inter- ]
national' Bible Students Association; c
will deliver a lecture on "The.Three t
Worlds''— the world that was, the j
present e\il world and the world to ;
come. This is a subject in which j s
every' individual is interested; and
we ' understand Mr. Rice is a c
thorough.Bible student and ar inter
esting speaker. The lecture^ is T
urjdenorninatiohal,. the Beats are \
free and no collection will be j \
taken. - __.
■ Colder On Mainland :
i
The tlierinometer dropped to 18)
. above zero'in Bellingham Saturday
! night and Sunday, and a regular Js
! blizzard prevailed, giving them !!
! about a foot of snow. It is .report- c
ed as the worst:.- storm since 1891.
We bad two or three inches of snow
here and local thermometers have
registered as low as 26 above. Gen- y
erally weather conditions are a lit
tle, more severe on the mainland
than with us. - N .-; .' (
Minstrels February 20 j!
The date for giving the minstrel
show for the benefit of the Friday
Harbor Improvement club has been ]
decided on. It ' will be Thursday, '
February 20, and Manager Wash- :
burn, who has just returned from i
Seattle, where he was "looking
after things", says; it will be a ]
hummer. Rehearsals are now in
progresa and eyeryhing points to ,
a performance which will be a cred- ,
it to the manager and worthy, a lib- •
eral patronage. .
Ihe new • fishing: and trading boat j
being built :by Albert Jensen and
Capt Ira Nor dyke, at the Jensen ,
yard, for service -in Alaska, was
measured by Deputy Collector Cul
ver this week. „ It J' is expected tnat
she '■; will :; be ready for launching •
within two weeks. • * ; . :;-
The new year opens with a lot of
genuine bargains at C. W. Wald
ron's stores in Bellingham. 10 rolls
of dollar ten-wire Brussels borders
are on sale ;at 38 cents per yard,
suitable for hall rug. stairs' and •
runners. A few • 9x12 Smith's
Axminster Rugs in 1911 patterns!
for $15 cash. Small rugs are sent
.by parcels post prepaid. No cash
payment 'required down on large | x
rugs. Our special cotton Art ticks,
$2.65, full-size Mattrass is again on J
sale. '
Shoes— can do better a<
Murray & Son's.-; •
J. W. Frits went to Orcas island
on business the first of the week.
For nicely furnished rooms go tc
the Maple House, Prices reasonable.
Mr." and Mrs. E. S. Pease" return
ed from: their honeymoon trip last
Tuesday; .■>:""..
Dr. Larkin, Exchange Block,
Bellineham.- fits glasses by improved
methods, v
■ The Palace of Sweets announce?
one-third off on all .holiday goods
for a few days. \ .
1 L. J. Irwin went to Lopez on
business Wednesday evening, re
turning yesterday
;. Skating was enjoyed Sunday by
the ■ younger population on the
ponds near the city.
■ T. R. 'Ramsden if the San Juan
Agricultural Co.; was an over-Sun
day visitor at Seattle.
-The Fortnightly Card club will
meet this evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Van F. Sargent.
Secondhand Organ— l want to
buy v good one. Elizabeth Daniels,
Friday Earbox 1. R. F. D. No. 1.
Mrs. J. P. Maine's mother, Mrs
Bean. Whn has been quite ill for
some-time, is reported as improving.
Cigarettes are now said to cure
[he drink habit. Another case
kvhere'the cure is worse than the
lisea:e.
Steve Sweeney arrived on the
[sender from; Bellinghara Wednes
day, from a trip of several days on
he mainland.
About twenty tons of peas were
shipped to the ' fbers Eros. Milling
Z6\, Seattle, the first of the week
m the Rosalie. -\,C,
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.7. H. Boede of Orcas, went to
Victoria on the Arlee for a short
isi i with his daughter, Miss Pearl,
vvho is work ing. there.
E. H. Nash is at Clyrnpia this
,veek, and it is rumored that he is
n line for a clerkship during the
iresent legislative session.
Gene C. Gould is having some
(Iterations made in his house, en
arging his "den" and making an
]ntrance vestibule on the porch. ■
FOR SALE--Black Percheron
nare colt, two and one-half years
)ld. Fine animal. : Price $125.00.
William Mathesius, Orcas, Wash. 2-t
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T'.e goose that laid the golden
2gg js a back-number when eompar
-2d to the American hen with her
annual output worth three billion
dollars. ! "."■■
Alyia Carter and his bride are
now nicely settled and ; keeping
bouse in their new cottage on Ar
gvle avenue, recently completed by
Mr. Carter.
A charivari party called on the
newly-wedded pair, Mr. and Mis.
E. S. Pease, Wednesday evening.
and after two or the melodious (?)
selections were entertained with
refreshments.
Obie Loos, with his launch Swan,
brought John Lawson and daughter,
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Mrs. H. H. Hardison and County
Supt; Nellie Sweeney to Friday
Harbor Saturday morning and -re
turned with.them in the evening.
r A • letter from our good friends
Mr and Mrs. G. L. Rogers announ
ces that they are nicely domiciled
on San Juan island, near \ Friday
Harbor. They send -their best re
gards to all Guemes. —Guemes Tilli
cum. ~ ■■[-'.<■/- ■:■.■::.:
All day Sunday Mt. Baker, with
its mantle of snow, was a 4 beautiful
sight from ; this point. ' The atmos
• -„■,.-. ' -<
phere was clear, and as the sun
moved toward the i west, changing
the reflections and shadows on the
great white pile, the . scene was
grander than pen or brush has evei
been able to tell.
New films This Week
New arrangements have been
■ made by the Star Theatre with a
; Portland film house, and it is ex
pected that better pictures will be
shown here often and without inter
ruption. 'Wednesday night's pic
tures were good and some fine ones
are on hand for this Saturday eve
ning.
Will Give Play at East Sound
f The residents of East Sound and
vicinity will have an opportunity
to enjoy a rare treat this Saturday
! evening, when "Hicks at College."
the bright 3-act comedy will be pre
sented there by the students of the
Friday Harbor high,school.
Old Resident Visits Us
Ww. Fowle, who arrived in the
! city the first of the week for a visit
with his daughters, Mrs. Alfred
I Lav.cori and Mrs. Fred Klein, and
|to renew old acquaintances, and
j incidentally to look after some of
i his property interests, was much
! impressed by the improvn ents on
| every band, abd the bright pros
pects ahead. Mr. Fowle came to
i San Juan county about 23 years
• ago, and was in business in Friday
' Harbor most of thai time, until
i two or three years ago v lien he
j moved to Ari< t?.. Ore., a suburb of
PorLland.
Rebekah Officers Installed
Mrs. Caroline Danfl of North
Yakiroa. president of the Rtbekah
asse'rbly v was present at the local
lodge meetine k;st Friday everting,
I bnd assisted in the installation of
| the following officers.:
Minnie Carter. N. G.; Marie
i Tucker, V. G.: Emma .Carter, Rec
| Sec; Leslie Douglas, Fin. Sec; F.
E. Kirby, Tieas.; Jerfie Douglas,
Warden; C. M. Tucker, R. S. N. G.;
Sar&h Sandwiih, L. S. N. G.; Han-!
nah Sandwith, Chaplain; Lizzie
Hackett, P. N. G.; Lettic Todd, R.
S. V. G.: Christine Kirby, L. S. V.
G.; Mary Hicks, I. G.; A. J. Wright,
0. G.
Comvay-Barene
Last Friday evening at the home
of the bride occur? d the wedding
of Mr. A. D. Convvav and Mrs. P.
Bar ene. Only a few (f their inti
mate friends were present. The
ceremony was performed at 5:30 by
Rev. F. H. Walker, of the Metho
dist church, of which church both
the contracting parties are members.
The rooms were tastefully decorated
an] an arch of green intermingled
with flowers was erected, under
which the coujjle Mjpod when the
woidd which made them man and
wife were announced. Virgil Frits
acted as as best man, and Miss Hil
da Sierestad of Seattle, as brides
maid. After the ceremony the
guests were invited to the dining
room where they sat down to a re
past of baked goose ana all the ac
companiments, which ended by eat
ing the bride's cake and the wed
ding cake. Two or three charivari
parties showed their appreciation
of the event by the usual methods,
and were royally treated by Mr.
Conway. The bridal couple left
Saturday morning for Seattle. All
Friday Harbor wishes them busi
ness success and a happy married
life.
Second In lecture Course
The second entertainment in the
High School lecture course wjll be
Prof. J. W. L. Kauffman, humorist,
who will give an evening of humor
ous stories, Friday, January 24, at
Oddfellows hall.
The Bellingham Reveille says of
Prof. Kauffman:
"A b g personal hit was fnade by
Prof. Kauffman. who in personality,
is unexcelled by Joe Weber, recited
some excruciatingly funny German
stories, and gave a side splitting
election special in a "Dutcny" droll
manner.
It is possible that school may
open in the new building Monday,
but up to last evening the directors
could give no such assurance. There
are some finishing touches* to be
made, testing of pipes, etc.. and
unless all is ready so that moving
from the old building can be car
ried on Saturday, the new building
will not be occupied till a week
from Monday.
_ Maximum Brand Goods
i H There will be a demonstration of
1 Maximum t goods '--at'".. Sweeney & Al
" len's during next week, and the
! ladies ]■'■'. of the t corr • ■i ty are j
especially invited fto call--to ■ sec,*'
smell and taste, to pruve th? huper-i
1 iority of this brand. . :
The Klatawa b?i i^ out rif com- '.
mission for a time, nu\]ergoin^ re
pairs, Cast. Davis' boat Arlee took
a load of produce to Victoria last ■
week." . ," - , • ■■'■-!
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WATCHES are not mads to be !
thrown and tossed about. A i
;>1 , watch is a delicate piece of -;
mechanism j and jolts ■ and ' jars de- |!
, r stroy ' its . tim; accuracy. Watches '
purchased from mail order con- !
cerns are thrown "% about by Mail i;
Oerfca as if they were 50 much junk, i
{5 No matter what the price is, a Mah
Order Watch, *is • not • worth its
pnee.. when delivered. Don't take A >
chances. Buy a Waltham of v*_ •
£?& Kill guarantee • satisfaction. j
ItCKfflAlY rt\CL>4-LL
Friday Harbor,. Washington
• NOTICE to '. CREDIT!)US i
! In the Superior Court of the State, of .Washiug
,■ ton, for, San .luau County. „ .
In the matter of the estate of Giiffith Hunter,
■ , deceased.. ' .' : ' ■ - 1 •
By order of "said court made herein on the
I loth day of December, 1912 'notice- is hereby
given to the creditors of. and all persons having j
claims against said dectas-eti or against said es
tate, to present them with the,necessary vpucji-
I ers to the undersigned extcutor of said estate,
! at Room 515 N.Y. i;. Milling', .he place'pf business
'of-.: said estate.. m Seattle, 111 King county and i
- t ate of Washington,-within one yea iroru and
after the date of first Duplication v: ;Vn notice,
lor same will be bai red. " " .'■"
■',"■ -I.OUIS.HKXRY.I.EGG. ],'
/--.;••' .;,-•■"' » As Executor of said 1..■.:..
Date of first publication, Jan. 16. K313.
San Juan Lodge F. & A. M.;
Meets on the first and third Wednesday j
evenings of each month in Masonic hall.: |
Visiting brethren -cordially, invited.
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C.;E.-HlCKKTT.>'w'y , .
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!Islam. Ov&k€ "• $TS, i -*yers
A"oc:snr3u our office lh\ giving esp rial ..atten-iiqh to''ltlar.d>i?usi- ;
ness, re-au;* io correspond with, visit,, each person^eiicouraging it.
CHARJaS SQMfiRSCO
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♦ -Fancy! Comforters, : :- .^: :-- V^^;^ |2:00;$2. C .■..-.
*' Blankets "Fai'v^est" size G3xßo. inches -.'.';■.■ . tl.T^ *|
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I Rubbers, Child's sizes 3to 10, each 7. ■ . .: . . -^c ■
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% , Womens' Sharon, rolled edge sizes 2J to 3} . ■ 90c |
f ;;.-.;: ■•:; ;". .; Colonna v" . " ' " 4? to.6;> ... . .^. $lAk, *.
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;| N. E. CHURCHILL |
I Friday Harbor v \ - Washington |
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■^gUlKgai^j^brilßf DiREGT from a Factory
j^il^^^^^tliat makes a Specialty of
I inspected Sash, Doors and Miliwcrk ! "i^_
I V.h.V'cVi'o SKS^"l^ $2.50 si? ifilpnt
' ■ , guarantwd. ■ **■• my m VENEER DOOM CO 75 ITH * * fe^^lJ4: :jB
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B |aaj|b^jjUjS^ £^= COTTASE FRONT WXBOW3 CO ?5 ||Q I
I l^i Nil PisS bfcT -Ulain Hid fancy . . .*«••»•'••!• '&S^^M,
1 & 11l j^i!|L^4ii^lS^Pr■ : -*"*3ise WINDOW trlh—in>» 10 . 800 I:-'- JrVT^o^g^ § :
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I' i]^M^t '' illf SPi«aC£ FLOUR BSKS—dCßOiJtavoaUtta .jj ; j *T""i "
I Write for CATALOG No. 4« i^^^fe ,
■Wa Ml Anybody and Ship IT'S FBEE. Wi ftlso furaishi astimafes of freight , pgf^^te&^k i
■ Promptly Anywhtra charge W» do nut sell rough fauntarndshingM JWg§
HSDfIDJDJB Wt m& 'j
M Special Commissioners Meeting
■ Notice is hereby given tHat xherc
: Woticeisherebyifriventriat there
will be a special meetir; of the
Board of County Corniiiis^inoers of
San Juan county at the Courtffouse
in Friday Harbor, on Monday, the ■
27th day of January, 1913, at the
hour of 1 o'clock P. M.
The ; object, of this meeting is for
the purpose of taking some stem -
in regard to the repairing of the ':.:.
Court House, and such other busi-'
ness as may legally c before the
Board. y All persons •iiiterested ;
ed are hereby notified to be present
£t £a d meeting.,v ..' ■' "'; ; ■ .'
/ :- '■'.^.'. ■■:■'. R. D/Msdden ■ -•'.■
County Auditor and Clerk of; Board '
■■''■■•■- of ■ County Commissioners.
[ If It's Correct. Clieastv Has It
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. The 1 Parcels Post.
r Brings Us Closu'Togetlier ■ V,
This is brie of the big Mens'-and
Young Men's stores of .the '<.:{-.
ted States. ._ Evcj thiog-;y a. n. "■
might desire, From a Bcaifriii
to an Automobile Coat at price?
that are absolutely the lowest.. ■
Free DeJivar/ifhruagh'iiit WdS:ik{glo3'
Just no-.v we. are liavia^ a ; ap,;clu;;/.
Mid-winter sale of rieavy >.;;;•.s a'tiO
Overcoats, at;-surpVirli":;; le^ue
;tiohs. If you are in'ileutlk.'. cqois'
'in and fee; if not. send v:? ro"" ci^e
• or measure, with .idea of sty]-,-, and
. quality, and we will do our b.'-st to
please .you. Absolute .^aaraatee- ■
of service and satibfaciiou.-; : [■': : . ■'■
§15 Suits and Overco^rs. ;- . ;sl2- O'V
18 >; >v '"? , ■ ii;oa"./
20 ■ •' " - " . h\M
2o ■" > •'•.--• ■,-. .-^lb'.TS
30", :; '.','" ■,' '2i2-.stt: j
35 ,•' ■"• '\ : " •• J -^25 -
.40 ," " . .v. '- ' :V)M »
r Celebrated Alfred:D?njan!ir;-'^:d ;'
■ -Cheasty Sp-cialClothintr ■
Gheasty's Haberdashery,
ry
. .; • -Second Avenue at Spring Birect ; •--;_'-': .
.;■ V ; ,:;:- ■ Seattle ■ y :^^H
If Chp-asty Has It, It's Conect

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