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Ore a 9 j^^& Island
Mrs. James Stevens and little son,
R chard, of Vancouver, B. C, are the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Bower.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Craft, of Belling
hara, are spending a few days this
week with Mrs. Craft's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Burke.
Miss Marie Gorman, of Portland,
Ore., is the house guest of Mrs. Burke
Mr. Sterling, of Everett, is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Holman Drain.
Miss Gladys Reed returned on Mon
day from a few days' visit at Fern
Jose Martel returned on Mouday
from a few weeks' stay at Friday Har
A. Ohlert made a trip to Friday Har
bor on Monday taking as passengers
D. Bower, W. Stanlake and Mrs. Obefg.
Mrs. Albert Viereck made a trip to
Bellingham on Friday, returning on
Mrs. Pearl Burman left for her home
in Tacoma on Friday after a week's
stay with her mother, Mrs. S. D. An
derson, who has been quite ill, but is
much better at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Clean Mederith have
been entertaining for the past week
Mrs. Mederith's sister and husband, of
About fifty attended the picnic on
Sunday and later took in the ball
Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Mederith are
the guests of Mrs. Mederith's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Carver, of Bellingham,
Sam Rockwell left for Bellingham
en Monday for a few days' stay.
Mrs. Nettie Viereck and sons, John
and Howard, were the week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Viereck.
Mrs. Andrew Nelson and daughter,
Grace, made a trip to town Wednes
day, returning Thursday morning.
Mrs. Duncan son, of Ferndale, Wash.,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Cade for a few days last week.
Tui.ss Marie Nelson, who has spent
the past year at Mineral, Wash., lias
returned to spend the summer with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nelson.
Geo. Nelson left for the salmon
banks on Saturday, where he has ac
cepted a position.
Mrs. Slyter and Mrs. Carlson, of
Oiga, spent Sunday here with viieir
brothers, Albert and B. C. Viereck, and
Mrs. Mederith and Mrs. C. Alexander
and daughter, Fairy, were shopping in
Bellingham a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Moultry, Jr.,
were the guests of Mr. Mourtry's par
ents a few days last week.
Mrs. James M. Butters, Jr., was the
guest of friends in Bellingham a few
days last week.
W. R. Moultry and daughters, Miss
Lottie and Mrs. Davis, arrived cv
Wednesday to spend the summer here
on Mr. Moultry's ranch.
Mrs. A. L. Luckie, 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
Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "I
found Lhem pleasant to take, also mild
and effective. In a few weeks' time
I was restored to my former good
health." For sale by all dealers.
A large crowd attended the dance
in the W. I. I. hall last Saturday.
The next dance given by the West
Sound baseball boys will be the Fourth
Mrs. Dr. Powers left Monday for Se
attle, where she will be tne guest of
relatives for a few weeks.
Mrs. J. F. Sanders and Miss Leeda i
Sanders were Seattle visitors last
Mr. and Mrs. O. Ella Gunsen were
week-end guests of Capt. and Mrs.
Mrs. F. A. Shumaker, of Latouche,
Alaska, will be this summer's guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Miss Weir left Monday for her East
ern home after having taught the most
successful school taught at Orcas for
years. All hope she will decide to
teach here the coining year.
-J. F. Sanders made a business trip
to Bellingham this week.
Capt. and Mrs. Backman entertain
ed at cards Saturday evening.
Mrs. Keck was a Seattle visitor last
Bring your baskets and have a jolly
time at the ball grounds Sunday at
For a Torpid Liver.
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
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.
Tfubus, Springville, N. Y. ,For sale
by all dealers.
I Willie McNallie visited at Sedro
\Voolh:y the past week.
Miss Wire is the house guest at the
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Johnson, of Green
Lake, are at their summer home, Fir
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton entertained
at dinner on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hum
moll and Miss Hummell.
The Ladies' Guild will meet with
Mrs. Kent on Thursday afternoon,
Miss Ethel Bruns returned from
Lynden on Saturday. -,
The schools of districts No. 19 and
No. 4 held a picnic at Sandy Point
on Saturday. A good time was the
order of the day.
Captain Lewis Schroder has an auto
mobile with which he will carry pas
sengers to any place on the island.
Mr. Stedlin had a light stroke of
paralysis on Friday. He is better at
Eva Rhodes, who has been teaching
school in Alaska, returned home the
Mrs. Thornton and daughter, Alice,
visited her brother, Ed. Wilson, a few
days the first of the week.
Call Hummell came down from Bel
lingham and spent Sunday with his
C. B. Tufts made' a business trip to
Bellingham the first of the week.
Tom Blake was a business caller at
the county seat Monday.
Bert Whalen was doing business at
the Harbor on Monday.
Joe Thornton is doing business at
up-Sound cities this week.
Miss Nichols, who has been teach
ing school at Arlington the past year,
came home on Tuesday for the sum
Miss Van Bogeart, of West Sound,
■ is with her father at the Lopez store.
'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
Howard Graham, of Ferndale, visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. Standley Saturday.
S. J. C. Ormiston and Willie Eurt
are logging on the John Standley place
Mrs. H. E. Jennings and daughter,
I Verna, of San Juan, spent the week
j end with relatives here.
Mrs. J. Andrews and daughter, Ethel,
of Friday Harbor, came Tuesday for
a week's visit at the Eaton home.
Frances, the youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, died at
the Anacortes hospital Thursday of
last week. Funeral services were
held at the Center church here Sun
Mr. Harry Wilkes spent Sunday
the guest of Mr. and Mr. Wm.
Mr' Geo. Smith who carried "Old
Glory" in the Decoration Day pro
ceedings must have been proud of
the honor accorded him and we be
lieve he is quite capable of carry
ing the good old flag in the defense
of his country yet.
Last Sunday evening while going
for his cows Mr. Wm. Buchanan
had the misfortune to meet with a
nasty accident. In the act of
climbing a fence he stepped on a
loose stone and sprained his ankle.
Some of our residents are con
templating taking in the excursion
to Victoria, next Tuesday.
The scholars around here are
looking forward to the summer
holidays and are busy planning,
how best to spend them.
The happinessof motherhood istooof ten
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
ment in Scott's "Emulsion, which is not
a drug or stimulant but nature's con
centrated oil-foodtAonic to enrich and en
liven the blood, smmgthen the nervesand
aid the appetite Physicians everywhere
prescribe Scott's Emulsion for over
worked, nervous, tired women; it builds
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 Wednesday
evenings of each month in Masonic hall.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
J. 3. Groll, W. M.
t C. M- Tucker, Stc'v.
Additional Local News
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bowler left Sat
urday morning for Cheney, where Mr.
Mr. Bowler will attend the summer
session of the State Normal school,
taking a course in school supervision
with special reference to the work
which he will have to do as superin
tendent of the Ferndale schools.
Prof. Frye, who will be the director
of the Puget Sound marine station
here this summer, arrived Monday
morning with two assistants to get
the station in readiness for the sea
son's work. He has contracted with
A. J. Paxson to supply the station with
water this year. A two-inch pipe will
be laid from the station buildings to
the town limits, at the expense of the
university, with a view to connecting
with the city water system as soon
State Fish Commissioner Darwin
and Prof. Smith, of the state univer
sity, made a brief call here last Sun
day, coming on the fine new fish com
mission boat "Gov. Elisha P. Ferry,"
designed and built for the use of the
fish commissioner and his deputies in
enforcing the fisheries laws. The ves
sel is sixty-five feet in length and is
very staunchly constructed and nicely
finished. The object of the commis
sioners trip last Sunday was to leave
at the Friday Harbor Packing Co.'s
cannery here one of a number of gal
vanized tanks especially made for the
preservation in a solution of formalde
hyde of rare specimens of fishes
caught in traps or seines, which speci
mens are to form a part of the state
fisheries exhibit at the Panama-Pacific
exposition. Prof. Smith, who is Prof.
Kincaid's chief assistant in the de
partment of zoology, is assisting Com
missioner Darwin in preparing the ex
hibit. He will be one of the instruc
tors at the Puget Sound marine sta
tion her this summer.
Edison Nine Trims
The Friday Harbor
Tigers played remark
able ball here Sunday,
considering that the
squad had an option
on the hospital, and.
but for one bad inning, they prob
ably would have won.
Anderson was out of the aame
with a sprained wrist. Mann cov
ered first Murray played short, and
i Warren Scribnrr covered second.
Stages had the visitors under con
trol in the first two frames but in
the next inning the Edison batters
landed on the pill. Staggs was
benched, and with the bases loaded,
McKay unloaded them with a wild
I heave to third.
Just as the Tigers settled down
and started clouting the ball, the
visiting catcher got his optic in the
way of the ball and the rest enabled
the Edison pitcher to check the Fri
day Harbor batting rally.
In the fourth the pitcher walked
Workman, then fumbled McKay's
bingle. McKay took first and with
Workman pulled off a daring delay
ed steal, and then Mann strolled to
the plate and got a double.
In the 6th McMillan was injured
and the Tigers changed their line-up
with Murray working behind the
bat, Blancett at short and Gore in
right field. The new*line-up worked
fine until the next inning, then Mc-
Kay got hit by a pitched ball, and
again they were shifted. Mann took
up the twirling and Workman held
The Friday Harbor batting order
is about perfect. Mann fills the bill
fine as clean-up hitter. Just as the
bases became filled Mann strolled to
the bat and swatted the ball.
Ihe Edison pitcher knew Work
man of old and walked him every
time a hit meant a run.
The visiting outfielders, to all
appearances, never saw a fly until
they came here.
A game for next Sunday is not
certain as the Blame White Sox can
celled their game.
Score by innings;
F. H. 2 0 0 2 10 10 o—6
Hita 3 0 0 2 1 1 10 0 8
EdUon 1 0 4 0 0 6 0 0 —II
Hite 10 3 114 11 12
fire Destroys Hatcheries
Big fires, which will result in a
total damage of at least $50,000
worth of property, were reported
as raging at the government fish
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hatchery at Baker Lake.
The fire at Baker Lake origin
ated in one of the fish hatchery
buildings, according to :i report
in ado to the forestry office
Saturday afternoon by Ranger G.
C. Burch, and spread into the for
est through a section of dry slashed
land adjoining the hatchery. The
blaze started at an early hour Sat
urday morning and had made con
siderable headway before it could
be checked to any great extent.
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Soattle, arriving: Seattle at 4 p. m.
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