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Victor J. Capron, M. D.
-HOTEL..... HcWaUTEIg-KOCHEHABBOH. . : THE: SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of:— FB IDVY HIBBOn, WASHIS6TOS. "«*'"» SSf"" Kinds i Mnnev Orders on all parts of the D»«? h ed upon application. Deposits on received aud interest paid on S^'v'tO LOAN on Improved Farms for «0> -H',option of paying at the end o £veyeaars «lll ]t ° erest an principal payable at faro veftrs ■ , Harbor. Ffl or»Dir President iWV NDKK CLARK '..'... .Vice-President C K. OI.NHY Cashier j• A. r-"^l" -" ; Canadian Pacific Railway AND SOO-PACIFIC LINE. Be Fastest and Best Route to THE_EAST Through Tickets to all Points inruue in the United States and Canada. THROUGH SLEEPERS r. tho coast to Minneapolis St. Panl, Fr°n Boston, Montreal, Toronto and Winnipeg. Take This Route To The Kooteuay aud Cariboo Gold FIELDS. This is the only route traversing the en- Je mineral l»olt. only 24 hours to San 2,Su. StocnCttymixi Rowland. 2#- Vtlantic Steamship Tickets |a ami from All Points in Europe. For full information call on or write to P.R.JOHNSON, Frei and Passenger A^ent, whatcom< ortoE. J. COYLE, Dist. Passenger Agent, Vancouver, R. C. TheNEWMAILStr., LYDU THOMPSON Regular, Reliable and Safe Elegant Passenger Accommodations Hits Between Seattle and Whatom Tit. PORT TOWNSEXP, And the San Juan Islands NORTH HOUND. SOUTH BOUND. UUm LEAVES |M__a lam Whatcom 4a m Tovrnspnd 0 h m K-Ht 50und. ...7 a. m. , Vriilaj Har..lO:BO m Roche Harbor 10 am lv.» ';■ IMmi 11 <H- in Friday Harborll am IfcotSiiuiK! 5p in .nviiici'.c! 4p in I irrfve WIIATCOM Arrive SKATTLE I At..6:30 pm. At..7:45 p. m. J. R. THOMPSON Man^. Owner. THE U. S. MAIL Steamer Buckeye Running Between Friday Harbor, Anacortes and Whatcom. This elegant steamer runs through the Archipelago De Haro, Daily, Leav ing \\ hatcom at 6 a. ni. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, calling at Cot onwood oiga, Newhnll, East Sound, ™,West Sound, and arrives at Fri day Harbor at 12:45 p. m. Leaves Fri *»y Harbor with the mail at 1 p. m. yjAnacortes, stopping at Pt. Stanley, Thatcher, Decatar, Nedro and Guemes ana arrives at Anacortes at 6:20 p. m. ri aVT. AIU\lnrtesat 7 a - m- on^ues- S;p«ayand Saturday, for the named points arriving at Friday H -rat 2:20p m . Leaves Frid ay £??7p^ m - and arrives at Wha^ cm at, p. m . piySa?!i.taudPassengerrateß'ap k- NEWIULL, - Owner. Mtx I] F«ture comfort for present ltttain? economy, but buy the < with an ttUb-i ■** reputation, that *tt*f- J^TOttlonyandsatlsfM.^ ** ttrvicc jt J> ji > Jlj JliiKßateiiSSw I j\ft* < fn / jQTI '. I ! IKS Pi^CH TENSION I J^NSION INDICATOR, ! » few•? eJ?»? te>«too) are i u^J^owelcgaataT. j I °Bl *T JOHXsoN, . AGENI A^co RTES . Wash. LOCAL AND PERSONAL The steamer Rainier was in port this week. Jos. Sweeney is attending the fair at Whatcom. J. H. Bowman is attending the Whatcom fair. Miss Libbie Bradshaw returned from California yesterday. The steam schooner Nellie Jensen was in port yesterday. Mrs. Francis King is quite seriously ill at her home near here. Mrs. J. L. Farnsworth returned from Seattle on the Thompson yesterday. J. L. Blair went to Whatcom on the Buckeye, Tuesday, to attend the fair. Mrs. James Ross returned from her up-Sound trip on the Thompson yes terday. Ex-Senator Parkinson, of Ferndale Whatcom county, was jn the Harbor last week. The Alaska Packers' Association Co.'s fishing steamer Puritan was in port Tuesday. Large shipments of grain are being made from our docks to Seattle and Whatcom. E. H. Nash and wife went to What com yesterday to attend the North western fair. Send to Sutcliffe & Hill, Whatcom, for samples of Wall Paper and Paints. They will be sent you free of charge.* Apple boxes, made of clear lumber, smoothly dressed, $6.00 per 100. What com Falls Mill Co., New Whatcom. Wash. *6t. Ladles, I have the best and most stylish Lace Fine Shoe for $1.50 that you ever saw anywhere. Come and see them. L. B. Carter. * Increase the value of your apple crop by packing in boxes such as sold by Whatcom Falls Mill Co., New What com, Wash., at $6.00 per 100. *6t. Rev. J. W. White, recently of Coupe ville, has accepted the Methodist pas torate here and arrived last Saturday and preached his initial sermon Sun day morning. Geo. Morrell, with the Quaker Medi cine Concert Co., is an expert in his line of work. He is an exceptionally good commedian and is particularly good in his impersonation of character. Two lots in South Tacoma to trade for Fairhaven or New Whatcom prop erty. These lots are in Cascade Park addition, finely situated and on corner. For further particulars enquire at this office. * Mrs. W. H. Parsons, of Seattle, will be in Friday Harbor, Nov. 1, with a large and elegant line of millinery at reasonable prices. Any orders for cus tomers wishing goods before that time will be promptly filled. * Tommy, the negro contortionist, who is traveling with the Quaker Medicine Cncert Co., now showing in Odd Fellows' hall, is one of the best we ever saw, in fact he is a wonder. It will pay all to see him perform his won derful feats. For Sale—Fine Bred Roosters of Black Minorca, White Minorca and Red Caps variety, all from prize-win ing birds. Will sell at very reasonable prices. This is fine stock and it will pay you to see them. Joshua Wotton, Friday Harbor, Wash. F. C. Troxell, of Port Stanley, pre sented this office last Monday with an apple of the Glori Mondi variety, weighing 28 ounces. It is certainly a dandy! Mr. Troxell always raises fine fruit and has no trouble in finding a ready market for all of it. On about November Ist we move in to our new Brick Block, now being constructed, on Holly street, New Whatcom. We are reducing our big stock at prices less than wholesale cost. Now is your chance to lay in your winter's supply of Clothing and Dry Goods. Greenberg Bros., Oakland Blook, New Whatcom. *6t San Juan county undoubtedly has the finest fruit and vegetable exhibit at the Whatcom fair which opened last Tuesday. A large amount of credit for this is due to our enterprising fellow citizen, W. J. Court, of West Sound, who spent several days In gathering his samples and who now has charge of the exhibit at the fair. The Quaker Medicine Company is now here holding forth at Odd Fellows' hall and they are giving us a good show. The work done by the Quaker doctor is something marvelous and we would advise all who are sick and ailing to go and consult him. Last day, Monday, Oct. 3rd. Big show Saturday evening. Every one should see the ladies drive the naite on that might. The social given last Friday evening under the auspices of San Juan Re bekah Lodge No. 112, in Odd Fellows' hall, this place, was a decided success in every particular. The auction sale of lunch baskets was very euthustastieal ly entered into and quite a goodjdeal of interest was manifested. J. A. Gould acted in the capacity of auctioneer The receipts of the evening were $55.15 and the expenses were very light, leaving the lodge a nice surplus to carry on their w.ork. There will be a grand ball and sup per given in Odd Fellows' hall, Friday Harbor, Friday evening, Sept. 30,1898. The people who have the matter in hand are doing everything in their power to make the affair a grand suc cess and promise all who attend a Glorious good time. Ice cream and cake will be served f.nd good music Is assured. The committee who will have the floor management in chaws is as follows: Messrs. Jake liirtn, Chas. Goodridge and Orln Boyce. Admission fl.oo. The proceeds will be given to school district No. 1. Everyone should go. Next Wednesday night there will be a musical contest at \ the f Presbyterian church, beginning at eight o'clock. The? contestants are Misses Cora Cort, Eleanor Dennison;: Susie Lee and Nellie Smoots and Masters Alva Carter and Frank Mullis. A gleeclub wIU render " The .Ten Little Indians," in uaUve costume and The Bee Song." Other music ' will be arranged by Wright. A silver medal will De awarded to the one who, in theopinion of the three judges, speaks the best. The entertainment will be bright and instructive and you will be proud of the fine work your own young people can do. The entertainmentisnpre- Washington. Admission ten cento. Mrs. Eunice Stevens, mother of'Mre. E. L. Jones, died at tWs place_»*Jhe 'borne of her grandson,. >ewton Jones, on last Tuesday morning at two o'clock, Sept. 27, 1898. Deceased was born in Onondaga county. New York, December 4, 1820, and at the time of her death was 77 years, 9 months aud 23 days of age. She came with her family to Oregon about thirty years ago and after residing there for three years took up her residence at Enterprise, Whatcom county, Wash., where she resided until a short time prior to her death. Of her immediate family she leaves two daughters to mourn her loss, one in California and Mre. E. L. Jones, of this county. She will be laid at rest beside the body of her husband in the family burying lot at Enterprise today. Her remains were taken to Whatcom on the Thompson yesterday and were ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. Newton Jones. The entire commuuitry ex tend their, sympathy to the bereaved relatives. Tyro Millions a Year. Whcn^ people buy, try, and buy again.it means tuey're satisfied. The people of the rfAntt*** • are i ow bun Cascarets Candy Cathartic at the rate of two million boxes a year and it win be three million be fore £ew Year's. It means merit proved, that Casoarets are the mo delightful bowei *jr ,foi ■??I^ odt the year round. All druggist* 10c, 25c, 50c a box, cure guaranteed WEST SOUNI> NEWS NOTES. Beautiful fair! Mrs. Reddig is on the sick list. All the evaporators are in full blast. Fair week. Quite a few went from here. Miss Kate Kepler Is visiting in Whatcom. The wet weather Is cracking the Italian prunes. Vote the straight Gold Bug ticket. Don't clip the wings. It is reported that Mr. Barnes, of Deer Harbor, is no more. Fine display of fruit from Orcas island at the Whatcom County fair. W. Sutherland returned honr>e Fri day from the convention in Olympla. The faithful seem to be satisfied with their nominations at the P. R. D. con vention last week. Oh my ! The Adkins evaporator is a perfect success. It is doing fine work and lots of it aud the product is of the best. We are sorry to announce the death of Mr. and Mrs. Pino's little son, last Thursday. The funeral took place Saturday. In the issue of The Islander of loth inst. we saw the Edwards Notes and do not really agree. We think these long fish stories of the early set tlements of this county, or any other, is something disagreeable to read and not fit for a local paper. But if this gentleman wished such matter it could be printed by running an extra sheet, and that would cost time and time is mouey, so the best thing he could do would be to subscribe for a good substantial local paper and pay oash then he might induce some one of the correspondents to write one of those disagreeable articles on roads aud the early records of this county. Scribe. A Sure Tiling for Too* A transaction in which you cannot lose Is a ■urethlug. Biliousness, sick headache, fur red tongue, fever, piles r>nd a thousand other ills are caused by constipation and sluggish liver. Ca^carets Candy Cathartic, the won derful new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic are by all druggists guaranteed to cure or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure thing. Try a box to-day; 10c., 25c, 50c. Sample and booklet f rca. Bee our big ad. BL Alt SLY ISLAND NOTES. The Mating of innocent sheep is not heard on this island —all sold and sheepherders departed for other folds. Mr. and Mrs. Woodworth returned last week to Tacoma after a pleasant visit among relatives at Pea Vine pass. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thomas, with their two children, made their summer outing on Blakely. All in good health. They returned to Whatcom last week. Mr. Thomas will spend the winter in the east. Maurice McMurray, of Lopez, hav ing gone back east with his parents, Guy Kent, of Lopez, takes his plac as assisstant in the sawmill at tlm place, tearing all kinds of cimior tv ribbons and making things hum. Walter V. Spencer, witli a com mendable ambition for a thorough edu cation, has gone to the Oregon State University, located at Eugene City, Oregon. 'The opening for self-support being more favorable there than else where. Miss Jessie Spencer is the accommo dating deputy postmistress at Thatch er, and *s quite busy at times aiding Uncle Sam in passing and repassmg letters to their proper destination, and distribting the necessary stamps for licking purposes. Mr. and Mrs. Nordyke and little daughter, Margaret, having spent the summer here most delightfully at their cozy place near Thatcher Pass, are making arrangements to return to their former home in Indiana to spend the winter. Socially they will be a great loss to the island. All hope for their return in the spring. Juno. To Core Couatlpatlon Forever. Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 100 or tSo. If C. C. C fail to cure, druggists refund money. SKETCHES OF THE NOMIXEKS. FRANCIS W. CUSHMAN. Frank W. Cushman was born in lowa, where he received a high school education. At an early age he rode the Wyoming range and taught school, studying law during his spare time. He came to Tacoma in 1891 aud has since practiced law in that city. w. L,. jones. W L Jones, of North Yakima, be- S gan life on a farm ?and at an early age I teujrht school f and studied < law. %He to Washington in 1889 and since then 1 has been prominently known in his profession and on the stump. : JUDGE T. J. ANDEBS. Judge T. SJ. Anders ) has beeni •; a member of the supreme court organization of the He Is a nXe of Ohio and crossed the plains in 1864, settling in Walla ? Walla in 1871, where he four times elected i district attorney. M ARK • A. FUIAEBTON. • Mark A. Fullerton was born in Balem and graduated at Willamette as civil engineer. He was admitted the in 1883 and was a prominent candidate for the supreme coort Judge ship at the first state convention in 1889- ■ BdMttte Y«r Bowel* With C«m(W» §S Candy Cathartic, care constipation forerer. mU& cTcTSSi droggtets refund money. ROCHE HARBOR NEWS BRIEFS. Miss Wold is visiting Mrs. Edward Kelley at Ballard. W. H. Pratt, of Whatcom, visited here a day or two last week. Isaac Sandwith went to Victoria Saturday and returned Sunday. Elias and E. V. Anderson went to Whatcom Monday, returning Thurs day. Mrs. Arend and two of her children returned Monday from a visit with friends and relatives at Kirkland. Mrs. Thos. Kinaey and Miss Kinsey have been spending a few days in Whatcom and "taking in" the fair. Chris. Olsen sold several hundred silver salmon this week to the Franco- Ameriicau Canning company at Fair haven at 14 cents each. A considerable number of Indians from British Columbia are fishing for salmon all along the west coast of San Juan, the largest camp being at An dre ws^bay. Dr. and Mrs. Capron began house keeping this week in the "doctor's house," back of the hotel, where he also has his office. Capt. and Mrs. Davis having moved to another house. T. P. Christian, deputy collector in the customs service, is on duty here for a short time, relieving Deputy Col lector Culver, who has been granted a leave of absence. Mrs. Culver and chil dren are expected to arrive in Whatcoin today (Thursday) from a four months' visit in Vermont. Roche. Everybody Bays So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won derful medical discovery of the age, pleas ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-day; 10, 25,50 cents. Bold and guaranteed to cure by all druggists. "LOVING PLAYMATES" Notice to teachers and pupils of San Juan county schools: Emma E. Page, national organizer and lecturer for the department of mercy of the W. CL T. U. sends the beautiful picture with the above name, to be competed for by the pupils of the county, in esways on "the cow." The cow ia an animal on whom we all depend for many of the comforts and delicacies of the table, and it is very important that she be cared for properly and be treated kindly, that her products may be wholesome and not a source of danger to the consu mers. The right care of the cow is also an important economic question, as kindness, proper food and comfortable quarters will greatly iucrease the pro fits of dairying. The points to be taken up in the essay are as follows: What is right care of the cow ? What* are the losses to the cow if right care is not given ? What are the losses to those who own her and wse her products if she is neg leted or abused ? What are the losses in character to those who neglect or abuse her ? "The merciful man doeth good to his own soul, but the cruel man troubleth his own flesh." "The autobiography of George T. Angell," "Beautiful Joe," "The Strike at Shane's," The Gold Mine at Holly hurst" "Heart Culture" will give valuable material for the preparation of the essays. The following list of books would bring a blessing if put in every home, Sunday school, library and public school, they will help all who read to grow in kindness of heart and love to God and man: Beautiful Joe, 30 cents, The W. T. P. A., The* Temple, Chicago. Black Beauty, Strike at Shane's, Gold Mine at Ho'llyhurst, Some of New York's 400, Autobiography of Geo. T. Angell, 10 cents each. Geo. T. Angell, Bos ton, Mass. Heart Culture, 75 cents; Whitaker & Ray, San Francisco, Cal. Our Dumb Animals—A monthly, 50 cents a year, is excellent to have on the literature at school. Price to teachers, 25 cents. NOTICE -A Jury session of the Superior Court in nrul 'crSan Juan County, Washington, mil co lveneat Friday Harbor, Washing ton, commencingl on Monday, October the i7th, » a !ge J. P. Houser, presiding. All person \ wishing to take out their final citi zenship papers can do so at that time. E. H. NASH, Clerk of Said Court. Beauty la Blood Deep. Clean blood means a clean Bkin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im purities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. Republican Caucus. There will be a Republican Caucus held at the court house, in Friday Har bor, Monday, Oct. 3, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices of Justice of the Peace and Constable for Fridady Harbor precinct. All Republicans of the pre cinct are invited to attend. J. A. Gould, Committeeman. No. 2759. Notice of Application to Purchase Tide Lands. Office of Commissioner of Public Lands) Olympia, Washington. J Notice is hereby given that Stephen B. Gross, of Roche Harbor, Wash, has filed an application in this office to purchase the following described Tide Lands, situate in San Jnan county, Washington, towit: All Tide Lands of the second class owned by the State of Washington situate in front of, adjacent to or abutting upon that portion of theU. S. government me anderline described as follows: Bbginning at a point on the said U. 8* government meander line that is S.24|° E., 0.29 chains, and S. 30° W., 0.50 chains from the intersection of the boundary line be tween Lots 2 and 3, Section 11, T. 35 N., R. 4 W M W. M. with said «meander line: thence with said meanders in front of said Lot 3as follows: S. 30° W., 1.80 chains; N. 734° W., 2.00 chains; S. 19° W., 2.00 chains; S. 34° E., 4.00 chains; S. 15° W.. 6.60 chains; N. 64° E.. 2.00 chains; N. 51" E., 4.80 chains; S. 521* E., 1.50 chains; S. 311° E-, 3.80 chains; S. 6J° E., 2.00 chains; 5 Zli° W., 2.50 chains; S. 80° W., 1.00 chain; N.6l°W., 1.40 chains: S. 65° W., 2.40 chains; S. 48 W M 1.95 chains to inter section of lot line between Lots 3 and 4 said Township and range, and being a total length of meander line in front of said Lot 3 of 639.75 chains as shown by cer tified copy of U. S. government field notes filed with said application. Any person desiring to protest against said application may do so within thirty days from and after date of first publica tion of this notice. Date of first publication Ist day of Sep tember, 1889. Robbbt Bbidoks, Commissioner of Public Lands. UNITED STATES COURT NOTICE. The United States of America.) District of Washington. > ss Northern Division. ) The President of the United States of Amer ica. To the United States Marshal for the Dis trict of Washington, Northern Division. Whereas, a libel and petition was filed in the district court of the United States for the district of Washington, northern division, on the 6th day of June 1898, by Andrew Newhall, as owner of the steamboat Buckeye, praying for a limitation of his liability concerning the loss, destruction, damage and injury occasioned by the disaster to the said steamboat on the and day of April, 1895, for the reasons and causes in said libel and petition mentioned and praying a monition of the said court in that behalf to be issued, and that all persons claiming damages for any such loss, destruction, damage, or injury may be thereby cited to appear before said court and make due proof of this respective claims, and, all proceedings being had, that if it appear that the said petitioner is not liable for any-such loss, destruction, damage or injury, it maybe so finally decreed by this court; and Whereas, the value of the interest of the said petitioner in said steamboat has been duly appraised at three hundred- and forty-five dollars ($ 345.00) and the freight pending on the voyage of said steamboat on the said and day of April, 1895, at the sum of three dollars and fifty cents ($3 50) and a stipulation for the payment into court of the value of the interest of the said petitioner in said steamboat has been given, and the court has ordered that a monition issue against all persons claiming damages for said loss, destruction, or injury, citing them to ap pear and make due proof of their respective claims: ' You are therefore commanded to cite all persons claiming damages for any loss, de stuction, damage or injury occasioned by said disaster to the said steamboat, to appear before said court and make due proof of their re spective claims before H. B. Williams, a Com missioner of the United States District Court, at his office in New Whatcom, Washington, on or before the 6th day of January, 1899, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon. And what you shall have done in the premises do you then make re turn thereof to this court, together with this writ. Witness, the Honorable Cornelious H. Han ford, Judge of the said court, at the city of Seattle, in'the District of Washington, Northern Division, this 6th day of September, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety eight, and of our Independence, the one hundred and twenty third. R. M. Hopkins, Clerk. Newman & Howard, New Whatcom, Wash. Proctors for Llbcllant and Petitioner. Statb cor Washington, | County of King. j " I hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and complete copy of the original monition issued to me for service, by the District Court of the United States, for the District of Wash ington, Northern Division, in a cause therein pending entitled " In the matter of the petition of Andrew Newhall, owner of the steamboat Buckeye, for limitation of liability." Dated this 26th day of September, 1898. C. W. IDE. United States Marshal for the District of Wash ington. By H. W. Tyler, Deputy. First Publication September 39th, 1898. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Superior Court "of the State of Washing ton, for San Juan County. IN PROBATE. In the matter of the estate of Joseph H. Fosnot, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned executor of the estate of Joseph H. Fosnot, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within one year after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of W. H. Thacker in the town of Friday Harbor, Washington, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in said County of San Juan and State of Washington. Dated this 26th day of September, A. D. 1898. CHARLES C. GRAY, Administrator. W. H. Thacker Attorney for Administrator. Date first publication Sept. 39, iBgB. ORDER. In the Superior Court of the State of Washing ton, for San Juan County. IN PROBATE. In the matter of the estate of Thomas McKenna, deceased. ORDER Fixing time and place of hearing petion for dis charge, and final account. James 1,. Farnsworth, administrator of the estate of Thomas McKenna, deceased, having on the 13th day of September, A. D. 1898, pre sented to the Superior Court of said county and filed therein his final account, and asking that his final account rendered and filed herein, be examined, and if the same be found true and correct and that the said administrator has fully discharged his trust in the administration of said estate, that he and bis sureties be dis charged from all liabilities hereinafter to be in curred. Wherefore, It is hereby ordered that Monday, the 17th day of October, A. D. 1898, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the Court room in the Court house, at Friday Harbor, San Juan coun ty, Washington, be and the same is hereby fixed and appoited as the time and place lor the hear ing of said petition and for the examination of said administrator's final account, and any per son interested in said estate may appear and contest the discharge of said administrator. And it is hereby Further ordered that notice of such hearing and settlement shall be given by posting notices thereof, not less than 30 days before the day set for said hearing, in three of the most public places in said county and by publishing a similar notice in The San Juan Islander, a weekly newspaper, printed and published and in general circulation in said county; that said notice shall set forth the name of the estate, the name of the administrator and the time and place appointed for the hearing of said petition and settlement of said account. Done in open Court this 13th day of Septem ber, 1898. J. P. HOUSER, Judge. W. H. Thacker, Attorney for Administrator. STATE OF WASHINGTON,} County of San Juan. t I, E. H. Nash, Clerk of the Superior Court in and for the County of San Juan, State of Wash ington, holding terms at Friday Harbor, do hereby certify that the above is a true cony of the original order fixing time and place of near ing petition, as the same appears on record in my office. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, this 13th day of September, 1898. (SEAL) K. H. NASH, Clerk. Dute first publication Sept. 15, 1898. SUMMONS FOB PUBLICATION. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for San Juan County. The Oregon Mortgage Company, Limited, a corporation, Plain tiff, vs. Patrick Welsh and Jane Doe Welsh, De fendants. The State of Washington, to the said Pat trick Welsh and Jane Doe Welsh, his wife, defendants above named:— You and each of you are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty  days after the date of the first publications ot this summons, to-wit: within sixty [GO] days after the 25th day of August, 1898, and defend the above-entitled action in the above-entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under signed attorneys for plaintiff at their office below stated; and in case ot yonr failure so to do, judgment will be ren dered against you according to the de mand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. ■ The object of the above-entitled action is to obtain judgment against the defend ant, Patrick Welsh, for the sum of six hundred  dollars and interest at 9 per cent per annum upon the note given by him to the plaintiff, and the further sum of fllO, part as taxes against the hinds herein mentioned and for the costs of this action, including an attorney's fee of seventy-five [|75] dollars; also praying for a decree establishing and foreclosing a certain mortgage given to secure the payment of the above indebtedness, and recorded in the mortgage records of the auditor's office of San Juan county, state of Washington, in volume 4, on plage 387 thereof, and describing "and covering the following lands, situated in said county, The Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter and the South half of the North west quarter of Section No. one  in township No. thirty - five  North, Range No. four  West, W. M. Also praying that in said decree the in terest of each of the defendants in and to said property be declared junior, inferior and suborinate to plaintiff's inter«t therein, and that the equity of redemp tion of each of the defendants be forever barred and foreclosed, and for general 0(1X1 'HASTINGS & STEDMAN, Plaintiff's Attorneys. P. O. Address:—64 Haller Building, Seat tle, King County, Wash. Date first publication Aug. 25,1898. Ripans Tabules cure bad breatb. I Republican, Democrat, Popu- | I list or Mugwump. | §P? Whateveryourparty affiliations may be, I want yo« to visit the SB 3% BLUE FKON/BTOKK and get my prices on DRY GOODS, S Jm> GROCERIES. HARDWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, Etc. Win- 9P JS ter will soon be here and it is your duty, as well as privilege, IBi W to buy where your • • • • 6 Will go the fartherst. It is dol- §M% SB* j£s ■ " lars to doughnuts you are losing money by not coining to my *ta Slars to doughnuts you are losing money by not coming to me 9K Store. You may not like me politically; you may not Tike me mm «5# otherwise, YOU WILX UKB MY PRICES. Sugar S » has advanced taU cents per 100 pounds and is now worth $6.aj 9K «cash. The Seaitle Woolen Mills turn out the best Blankets and S o| Shirts on the coast, they are made ■to wear. I am their sole aX jtji m agent in Friday Harbor and I want you to come in and see the fib 5» goods. lam also sole agent for the Washington Shoe Mfg. Co. 9H /S2 The Shoes made by this firm wear like iron. They never make s£» w *, a poor shoe. Remember no other store in Friday Harbor has ; :+ JK* : jQ their goods. It you want to build up your state, patronise its i& |X manufactories. OLYMPIC FLOUR still Ji.oo per sack. The JK »_T3 Best Spider Leg Tea you ever had for 4S cents per pound, and tuf 3C your money back if you don't like it. Remember my prices r"*m' %2 are as low as any store in the city and usually lower. I am U 3^ here for business and propose to do it.......... jrm 1 'im I' B. 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