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rCaO Jj^^^S^ POP .05.
The party given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Harrison Friday eve
ning in honor of Miss Elizabeth Mann
was a charming affair. The evening
was spent at cards and dancing the
old fashioned Virginia Reel being
much enjoyed. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harrison, Mrs. C.
Head, Mesrs. J. Geoghagen, W. Evans,
O. Rapelje, Mrs. Sydney Cook, Misses
Mann, Cross, Ruby Laugell, Maude
John Gibson, E. Gibson, J. Harrison,
Laugell, Messrs. A. H. Templin, A. B.
Mr. J. Geoghagen entertained with
a launch party Saturday on the
launch Mayo G., of Friday Harbor.
Those who enjoyed his hospitality
were: Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Langell,
Misses Mann, Cross and Margaret
Langell, Messrs. A. H. Templin, A. B.
Langell, Fred Hambly.
Miss Ruby Cross left for Bellingham
Monday from there she will go to
Portland for a short visit w;ith rela
tives, then to Fayette, lowa, to spend
the summer. She will return in Aug
ust, having been re-elected to the po
sition of primary teacher in the East
Miss Elizabeth Mann left Friday for
Seattle and Everett, where she will
spend the summer with relatives.
Mr. Geo. E. Sutherland paid a flying
visit to Bellmgham Tuesday.
T. S. Hamilton, of the b. B. Furni
ture Co.; "Billy" Wetherall, of the
Herald, and Carl Lobe, of Lobe Bros.,
all of Bellingham, visited East Sound
Tuesday. They were making a tour
of the islands on Mr. Hamilton's boat
Ray Whiteley was a Bellingham
A. B. Langell left for Bellingham
and Seattle luesday.
Mrs. Sydney Cook and Miss Mar
garet Langell were the over-Sunday
guests of Mrs. Geo. Whiteley, of
Olga, returning to their homes here
Miss . Ethel Sutherland returned
from a visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Paige have re
turned to their Bellingham home.
Mrs. H. N. orane left for Sedro-
Woolley Friday, she expects to be
gone about a fortnight.
Mrs. A. L. Luekie, East Rochester,
N. V., was a victim of sick headache
and despondency, caused by a badly
weakened and debilitated condition of
her stomach, when she began taking
Chambeiiains Tablets. She says, "1
found them pleasant to take, also mild
and effective. In a few weeks' time
I was restored to my former good
health." For sale by ail dealers.
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. Another cf these very enjoyaole
birthday surprise parties was "perpe
trated" on Mrs. Elma Hall last Fri
day afternoon. Those present were:
ZVlesdames Howe, Wicks, E. F. Scheib,
H. P. Hansen, L. Scheio, King, Atkins,
Oulette, Helen Hanson, Bull, besides
a number of "little people." The aft
ernoon was quickly and pleasantly
passed w'th music and social con
-Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Velter and
son, Oliver, visited at the James La
Plant home Friday.
Miss Eugenia Bowen, of Sioux Falls,
So. Dakota, is visiting at the home of
Jier aunt, Mrs. Geo. Adkins.
Misses Dollie Harrison and Lois
I^ohman took the eighth grade exam
ination at West Sound scuool house
last week. On Friday these two ac
companied by Miss Zoa Harrison,
walked to the school house, took the
necessary work there, tnen waUed
home by way of West Sound, calling
for a while on Miss Bowen, who is a
cousin of the Harrison girls, and tak
ing supper wi'h Mrs. Hiskey. Quite
strenuous for the hottest day of the
The meeting at the hall Saturday
evening for the purpose of trying to
get a high school at West Sound, while
not so fully attended as might be de
sired, was an earnest and enthusiastic
gathering. Mr. Sprague, assistant
state superintendent of education, was
present and gave an inspiring ad
dress, shoeing our responsibility as
parents to multiply opportunities for
our children by equipping them with
an education, also showing how alto
gether desirable the home high school
is, where the country child may have
the advantages of the city child and
still be at home.
There was only one dissenting
voice in the essemblage. A committee
was appointed to take the matter up
the different districts interested;
from which we hope to hear a fav
orable report. County Superintendent
Nichols had-promised to be present
at this meeting, but failed to appear,
«or some reason.
Mrs. Esther Barker, of West Sound,
was present, and she made the offer
«* a donation of a building site if
! the school materializes. The people
I extend their thanks to Mrs. Barker for
j her generous offer.
Mr. Thos. Oulette leaves on Friday
• for North Yakima to attend the State
'Grange as delegate from West Sound
Mr. Will Bostian gave himself a
! severe wrench last Saturday as he was
lifting an arm load of lumber. He is
! just able to crawl around at this writ
"About a year ago my three boys
had whooping cough and I found
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the only
one that would relieve their coughing
and whooping spells. I continued this
treatment and was surprised to find
that it cured the disease in a very
short time," writes Mrs. Archie Dairy
mple, Crooksville, Ohio. For sale by
Mrs. Chas. Tuft went to Bellingham
Evelyn went to Anacortes last week
with quite a number of Port Stanley
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson, Jr., re
turned on the City of Anacortes Thurs
day evening after a few days' visit off
Mr. 2 iid Mrs. Thomas Qlake and
family returned Friday evening after
a week's visit in Seattle and east of
Mrs. Frances P. Mullen returned
home after a few days' visit at the
home of K. J. Hummel.
Mrs. Samuel Hunter left for Seattle
Saturday to see her mother, who is
Mrs. B. E. Stitts, of Seattle, is visit
ing at the home of Mrs. French.
The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs.
Bert Whalin Friday, May. 29.
For a Torpid Liver.
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablots
off and on for the past six years when
ever my liver shows signs of being In
a disordered condition. They have
always acted quickly and given me
the desired relief," writes Mrs. F. H.
Trubus, Springville, N. Y. .For sale
by all dealers.
Mr. and Mrs.. Orin Boyce and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. John
McCrary and son Gene, Sunday.
Mrc. Chas. Peterson and children,
Oscar and Dorothy, returned Sunday
from a few days visit with relatives
Miss Marguerite McGeary was the
guest of Miss Grace McConnell,
Mr. Armstrong and daughter Ada,
were Argyle visitors, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyce were
Argyle visitors. Sunday,
Argyle was well represented at
the ball game in Friday Harbor last
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Buchanan
and daughters Marguerite and Agnes
I returned home Monday after spend
ing a few days visiting relatives on
Among the Argyle visitors who
attended the picnic held at the
south end on Sunday last were Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Bergman and child
ren, Miss Josie Madden, Miss Can
field, Mr. and Mrs. P. Madden and
Mr. John Sundstroir.
Mr. Chas. Webster of Fort Wor
den who has been working in this
vicinity for the past two months
while on furlough, returned on Sun
day to answer the roll-call. Charlie
likes this part of the country and
stated he was sorry to leave the is
land. Being a very genial boy he
made lots of friends while here who
will be pleased to see him back at
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Buchanan and
son spent Tuesday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Buchanan.
Mr. Rod Wells was the guest of
Mr. Pete Madden, Sunday last.
We understand that cupid is busy
in this section of the island as it is
rurauored around of two approach
Mr. JohnJSundstrom. of Seattle,
is the guest of Miss Josie Madden.
We understand that Mr. Pete
Madden, one of our prosperous
young farmers, intends to join the
benedict club in the near future and
is busy installing furniture in his
fine home on the Thornton ranch.
Pete surely intends to keep warm as
he purchased a stove of the $100
Additional Local News
Star Brand Shoes are better —at —
Murray & Son.
* The Dupont Powder Co s. boat,
"Dupont", was in port yesterday.
Mrs. Mike Danahee. of Seattle, is
visiting her sister Mrs. L. J. Irwin.
FOR SALE—4 young milch cows,
all good mikers. Phone 119 N. P.
Tuck, Friday Harbor, Wn.
Dr. Al. Mead .wcroft, of Seattle,
is the guest of Gene C. Gould and
For Sale Cheap—one good work
ing horse, or will trade for stock.
Write Box 12. Friday Harbor.
Little Martha Nash had the mis
fortune to break an arm Wednesday
afternoon by falling from the wood
Bring your old Ingersol watches
to H. Fredell, Jeweler, and exchange
it for a new Ingersol-Trenton watch.
It makes no diffierence where or
when you bought it.
Irout fishing is reported good at
the Orcas island lakes, some large
ones being taken from the upper
lake. A cutthroat weighing 10 lbs.
is said to have been taken there the
first day oi the season.
Victor Estergreen, brother of
Miss Estergreen, intermediate teach
er in the public school, arrived here
from Clearbrook, Whatcom county.
Wednesday evening to spend a day
or two with his sister and accompany
How about those grouse and bass
fry we were going to get this spring?
Orcas island would also like some
trout fry and new bob whites.
What's worth having is worth asking
for. There is plenty of money in
the Game Protection fund now.
Thos. R. Ramsden. of the San
Juan Agricultural Co.. had an acute
attack of appendicitis Wednesday
night and was taken to Bellirigham
yesterday afternoon on the Arlee for
an operation at Providence hospital.
His many friends here and through
out the county will hope for his
Mrs. F. N. Culver entertained at
bridge Wednesday evening in honor
of Miss Myrtle Estergreen's birth
day. Two tables were in play and
lunch was served at midnight.
Those present, besides the hostess,
were Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McKenzie,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Geoghegan,
Miss Blanche Douglas, Miss Myrtle
Estergreen, and Victor Estergreeh,
Delay Has Been Dangerous in Friday
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Act quickly in time of danger.
In time of kidney danger Doan's
Kidney Pills are most effective.
Plenty of evidence of their worth.
Mrs. N. A. Riley, Sixth and Bennett
Sts., Sedro-Woolley, Wash., says:
1 had attacks of kidney complaint and
lumbago for years. Sometimes I was
so bad that I couldn't move or turn
without help. I had other ailments
that proved that my kidneys were dis
ordered and I saw Doan's Kidney
Pills so highly recommended that I
got a box. They brought me great
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commended them. I am glad to re
commend Doan's Kidney Pills at this
time. Whenever I have a little pain
in my back or any kidney weakness
I take a few doses of Doan's Kidney
Pills and they relieve me right away.'
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
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Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Riley had. Foster-Milburn Co,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
The happinessof motherhood istoooften
checked because the mother's strength is
not equal to her cares, while her unselfish
devotion neglects her own health.
It is a duty of husband or friend to see
that she gets the pure medicinal nourish
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a drug or stimulant but nature's con
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liven the blood, strengthen the nervesand
aid the appetite Physicians everywhere
prescribe Scott's Emulsion for over
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up and holds up their strength.
Get Scott's at your nearest drug store.
San Juan Lodge F. &A. M.
Meets on the first and third Wedn«sday
evenings of each month in Masonic half.
V lsitmg brethren cordially iuvited.
J. S. Groll, w. if.
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