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W Cor. Elk and Holly Sts., f\ Bellingham
In the Superior Court ot the State of Washing
tun, for San Juan County.
Paul A. Chevalier, Plaintiff,
Maggie S. Chevalier, Defendant.
The State of Washington to Maggie S. Cheval
ier, Defendant.
You are hereby summoned to appear -within
sixty days after the date of the first publication
of this summons, to-wit, within sixty days after
the nth day of July, 1908, and defend the above
entitled action in the above entitled court, and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff", and serve
a copy oi \ our answer upon the undersigned at
tornty for the plaintiff at his office belpw stated
and it: case of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you according to the
demand of the complaint, which has been filed
with the Clerk of the said Court.
The object of the said action, set forth in the
complaint, is as follows:
For a divorce on the grounds of abandonment
for one year and more.
Attorney for Plaintiff*
Office and Postoffice Address, San Juan County
Bank Building, Friday Harbor, Washington.
Department of the Interior,
t.S. Land Office at Seattle, Washington,
June 22, 1908
Notice is hereby given that Arthur A. Sherry,
ot Latona, Seattle, Washington, who, on June 22
1908, made Timber and -itone Application No.
12144 for Lots 5 and 6, Section 7, Lot I, Section
B|.ot 6. Section 18, Township 35, North Range
I west, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before the Register
and Receiver of the United States Land Office,
at Seattle, Washington, on the oth day of Sep
tember, 1908. J
Claimant names as withesses: Wm. Gibson,
"Seattle, Washington; C. B. Merritt, of Seattle,
"ashi-igton; S. Gill, of Anacortes, Washington;
*• OeUncey, of Anacortes; Washington.
J. Henry Smith
_ Register.
__First publication July 4,1908. gt
Jn the Superior Court of the State of WashJng
t l on 'forSanJ«an County,
"i the matter ot the estate of Rosa Langell, De
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned ad
wnisirator, with will annexed, of the estate of
*osa Langell, deceased, to the creditors of and
" persons having claims against said deceased
w against her estate, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within one year after the
"«e of the first publication of this notice to the
mw undersigned at his residence, But Sound,
=an Juan County, Washington, or at the offices
ot Garrett & Morris, attorneys for said adminia
in l°h Wlth the wiu annexed, at Friday Harbor
oii!? . county and state, the same being the
L,55 tor th« transaction of the business of said
"ute; said first publication being July 11,1908.
Administrator, with the will annexed.of the es-
Gab? of *os* Langell. deceased.
,kett & Morris, Attorneys for Administra-
tor ' triday Harbor, Washington,
*ew Friday Harbor Bellingham Schedule
E. S. HARRIS, Master
St l l Leave Friday Harbor,6:3o;touch
-0& rP eer Harbor, West Sound.Orcas,
li.«' Doe Bay: Arriving in Bellingbam,
ha,,, f Vw? 1 ' Returning Leave f Belling
bo?i:^P- m -; Arriving at Friday Har-
T hx v V'Y ' THURSDAY and' SATUR
tonni Leave Friday Harbor, 6:30 a. m M
I L lng at Orcas. East Sound, Olga,
a I, BBy,;a y,; Arrive in Bellingham at 11:45
■}„', Returning :j Leave f Bellißgbam;
Am iP- m.; Arriving Friday Harbor &15.
m Pie Accommodation for Thirty Pas-
Fapp „sen« rs and Baggage.
"Ladies? water proof capes at Baker's.
For Governor
For Commissioner of Public Lands
the hereby % ri*. m 7 candidacy for
Land», B ubject to the decision of the people
at the primarits-September Bth^l9U6- I
promise a prompt, efficient and' eSnom
i««al administration of the affairVof the
office, with fairness and impaitiHlitv
Zenith, King Co^kS^^'
For County Auditor
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for -- nomination on ; the / Republican
?££•»?' le 00! of CouDty Auditor
I promise; if A nominated and elected to
perform the duties of the office to the tA»t
MrfJW thty ' and, wo"ld respectfully so
licit the Rapport of the electors at the Pr -
mrlection to **> held on September
Bth, 1908. J. w> FRITS ■•-■
For County Auditor
I hereby declare myself a candidate for
nomination to the office of County Audi
tor for San Juan county, subject to the
decision of the Republican party at the
,p" mary election to be held September 8,
Shaw Island, Ju-e23rd, 1908.
lor County Assessor
*v «eby announce my candidacy for
the office of County Assessor on the Re
publican Ticket and respectfully ask the
support ot the Republican electors of the
county at the Primary election to be hpld
September 8. 1008. lf nominated and
elected I pledee myself to perform the
duties of the office in an absolutely fair
and impartial manner.
Richardson, July 1, 1908.
For Sheriff.
At the request of a large number of
voters of San Juan countY I hereby an
nounce myself as a candidate for nomina
tion on the Republicn ticket for the office
of Sheriff, subject to the decision of the
elec ors at the Primary Election to be held
September 8, 1908.
Friday Harbor, Wash., July 8,1908.
For Representative
I hereby announce myself as, a candi
date tor Representative in the Legislature
from San Juan County, snbjtct to the de
cision of tee Republican electors at the
direct primary to be held.September 8,
1908. C. B. BUXTON,
East Sound, July 8, 1908.
For Sheriff
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of San Juan county
on the Republican ticket, subject to the
decision of the voters at the primary elec
tion to be held on September Bth.
Friday Harbor, July 8, 1908.
For Prosecuting Attorney
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for nomination for the office of
ProsecutLijj Attorney of San Juan county
on the Republican ticket, subject to the
approval of the voters at the primary
elec.ion to be h«ld September 8,1908.
Friday Harbor, July 9.
For. Prosecuting Attorney
I hereby declare myself a candidate
for nomenation to the office of Prosecut
ing attorney for San Juan county, subject
to the decision of the Republican voters
at the primary election to be held Septem
ber 8, 1908.
If nominated and elected I will serve
the public interests heuestly, faithfully
Friday Harbor, July 9, 1908'
Albert Cook is at home for a few
P. A. Chevalier made a business
trip to Friday Harbor this week.
Mr. and Mrs. £. Erickson and
children spent the Fourth in Roobe
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Borcbers and
children were Friday Harbor visitors
on the Fourth.
Martin Nichols, of the Friday Har
bor Meat Market, was on the island
Monday baying op beef cattle.
B. Mordhorst, Caspar. Lonisa and.
Deidrick Mordhorst and Harry Oook
eelberated the Fourth at Friday Har
Dr. and Mrs. MoKinnis and a party
of frienda from Friday Harbor are
camping for a few weeks at Prevost
Mr. and Mrs. Borohers and Miss
Grace Philin, of Bast Sound, went to
Roche Harbor Wednesday in the
launch "Turn Point"
Mw. J. M. Brodie arrived Wednes
day from Eugene. Oregon, to spend
the summer with her daughter. Mrs.
L. A. Borcbers, at Turn Point.
Messrs. Ed. and Henry Glossop. of
Shaw island, and Father Fay visited
at the light station Monday and also
at the home of Albert Droallard.
Ed Chevalier and family and Mr.
A,Droallardand family and Gbas.
Miller went to .Waldron on the even
ing of the Fourth to see the fireworks
and attend the dance.
Little Clara Eriokson met with
quite a serious accident at school one
day last week. A rock was thrown,
which accidentally hit her over the
eye. making* it necessary to take her
to Roche Harbor where Dr. Capron
took several stitches in the wound.
'- Mr. and Mrs. L. • A. Borcbere and
children left early Sunday morning
for East Sound. They returned home
in the evening, after spending a de
lightful afternoon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. P. PMUp. MiM G««
PbiliD«*urne*with them, and, will
Philip returned wltb - *TT^^nUt
spend a few dajra-as f*s»r«oua»#jiisw*»
San^uan jEb, Island
Hwa 54 «q. M««» \1 T pop. 1550
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Mrs. Anderson, of East Sound, was
a Friday Harbor visitor Tuesday.
She was the guest of Mr. and Mis.
Geo. Pratt.
P.A. Chevalier has brought suit
against his wife for divorce on the
ground of abandonment for more than
one year.
Tne portion uf Churchill's dock
which broke down some months ago
under a heavy weight of coal is now
being rebuilt.
The Marine Laboratory students
epent a delightful day on Mt. Consti
tution Wednesday, having camped on
the mountain Tuesday night..
Commissioner Buchanan spent
Wednesday night on Shaw island,
having gone over there to inspect the
new road upou which he says most
excellent work has been done.
—For fruit trees, ornamental trees
or shrubbery see J. T. Davis, at Stol
iker's barber's barber shop, agent for
the Washington Nursery Co.
Mr. and Mrs. "Sam" Stewart and
their little daughter returned to their
home at Sedro-Woolley Monday after
an enjoyable visit with Mrs. Stewart's
parents, Mr. and Mr*. M. E. Nordyke.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bnxton were
among the visitors who enjoyed the
Fourth of July celebration here.
Mr. Buxton was over again the first
of the week. He makes formal an
nouncement this week of bis candi
dacy for the legislature.
—FOX SALE—New 25-ft. launch,
equipped with 7 % h. p. Buffalo en
gine. Price $600. John Douglas,
Friday Harbor.
The commissioners adjourned Wed
nesday, their session having been of
briefer duration and less importance
than usual. Their official proceedings
will be published next week in the
Islander, which was awarded the con
tract for the public printing during
the ensuing year.
J. A. McCormick. the well known
photographer, left for Seattle Wednes
day, via Oreaa island points. He was
uncertain when be left as to whether
be woald return this season, his plans
depending upon whether be under
takes the photographic work for the
state A. Y. P. commission.
Many ladies in this county have
received this week, under the frank
uf Congressman Humphrey, copies of
farmers' bulletins on the following
subjects: "Beautifying the Home
Grounds"; "Preparation of Vege
tables for the Table"; "Modern Con
veniences for the Farm Home."
The steamer Orescent, belonging to
the Seattle Oyster Company, has been
chartered by the State University for
the use of the professors and students
engaged in marine . biological re
searches here. The Columbia, which
was first chartered, having failed to
fulfill the requirements of the work.
—FOR SALE —Fine 0000-cat kit
tens. Inquire of or address Mrs. F.
M. McCreary, Lingerlonger Farm,
West Sound.
Mr. O. R. Higgins. of Enumclaw,
has been spending the past week visit
ing his brother, W. H. Higgins, and
his family. The brothers had not
met for over thirty years. Mr. Hig
gins only recently moved to Enum
claw from Oregon. He is one of the
early pioneers of the northwest, having
orossed the plains and mountains with
his parents, in an ox team, over the
old Oregon trail in 1852.
—Tents! all the regular sizes.
Prices reasonable. Morse Hardware
Co. :;" ,;i:
Mrs.G. B.Driggs went to Bellingham
Thursday to attend the fuueral of the
late Judge H. B. Williams, who died
Wednesday as the result of an injury
received Sunday on |he street railway.
Miss Driggs boarded with the Judge
and Mrs. Williams while attending
school in Bellingbam during the past
year. He was one of the oldest and
beat known citizens of Bellingham
and was a most upright and honorable
man, highly esteemed by all who knew
Capt. J. W. Tarte, deputy fish
commissioner, was here Thursday in
the fish commission steamer Bessie
in which be is making a tour of the
fishing grounds checking up trap and
seine licenses. He says some fairly
good catches of aoekeye salmon hare
been made within the past few days,
especially along the west shore of
Whidby island. Be thinks that the
sockeyes which are "showing up"
there were hatched in the Baker lake
hatchery, whereas most of that variety
found in the waters of this county
are headed for the Prazer river. The
big P. A .P. caunery is the only one
which is being operated at Beliingham
this year. \
Telephone connection with the
United Wireless station on Bald bill
is now established. .
The new band expects to begin
practicing within a day ur two under
the leadership of Van E. Sargent.
Mrs.La Chapelle has gone to Mica,
Spokane county, to spend the remain
der of the summer with her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Baker, of East
Sound, hare been enjoying a visit
with their sons and their families
here this week.
John Berg was over from Anacortes
last week visiting old friends, fie
is working for a logging company on
Cypress island.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Irwin. of Mod
roe, where Mr. Irwin is superintendent
of the state reformatory, visited
friends here from Friday until Tues
day. ■»
Dr. and Mrs. McEinnis, Mr. and
Mrs. S. D. Martin, Miss Mamie
Holland, of Seattle, and Miss Nella
Jensen are enjoying a two weeks' out
ing in camp at Prevost harbor. Stuart
Mrs. Jennie Wiacombe, of Spokane,
grand chief of honor of the Degreej
of Honor,and Mrs. Lambert,of Seattle,
financial officer, were here this week
visiting some of the ladies of the
local lodge.
Rev. W. J. Mitchell will preach at
the Presbyterian church Sunday, both
morning and eveinng. In the morn
ing his subject will be "On the
Mount," and in the evneing. "A
Stirring Event."
Senator and Mrs. Blair left Thurs
day to visit friends at Seattle and to
be the guests for a few days of Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Irwin. at Monroe,
where Mr. Irwin is superintendent of
the state reformatory.
The Bugge Trading Co'e. dock has
been almost entirely repiled and is
now in better condition than ever be
fore. A great deal more freight is
handled over it than over any other
dock in the county. .
W.H Mawdsley was in town Thurs
day from hia pretty home at Grind
stone bay, coming over in his neat
little launch, accompanied by W. E.
Sutherland, the well known pioneer
merchant of Orcas island.
Wm, Gilmore.for more than twenty
years one of the most trusted em
ployees of the Roche Harbor Lime,
Company, was down from* Roche Har
bor a few days ago in his Tappan dory
launch. He has been a resident of
the county since 1876.
Dr. Gordon's auxiliary schooner
yacht Rest! ass, with George E.Gandy's
yacht Imp in tow, entered at the
custom house here Monday from Van
couver, where the gentlemen attended
the Dominion day celebration and
participated in the races.
—The Northwestern Marble & Gran
ite Works, of Bellingham, carries the
largest stock of marble and granite
in the Northwest for cemetery use.
We can furnish you with a monument
25 per cent cheaper than any other
firm. Address, 1002 Elk St. See
—FOR SALE—One heavy, double
box Rushford 'wagon, complete; 3K
in. tires; 150.00. Cal Welbon.Orcas.
Robert Mason, one of the pioneer
residents of this island, and his
daughter Elizabeth have been spend
ing the past week on the island visit
ing old friends. They have been the
gusets of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sand
witb. Mr. Mason moved to Viator la
nearly thirty years ago.
Miss Jessie Strahl came down from
Seattle to spend the Fourth and visit
her mother. Mrs. Frank Wilson, and
her brothers. She was accompanied
by Mrs. Brisbois. in whose husband's
photographic studio she is employed
and where she baa become quite pro
ficient in the photographic art They
returned to Seattle the first of the
—Highly polished Jewel Gook Stovea
and Ranges. The old reliable. Oar
just received by the Morse Hardware
Company, Bellingham jobbers.
Mi. Arthur Maloom received a
letter Thursday which was written to
him by his sister, for* their mother,
at Clinton. Maine, on the fifth of
March fifty-three years ago. It was
found by Mrs. Liston. whose mother
wrote it, in a big family Bible at Mr.
Malcom's home.'where his sister
bad evidently laid it and forgotten it,
thinking it had been mailed. The
old Bible went from "Maine to Mich
igan, then back to Maine, thence to
New Tork and from there to Wash
ington, i
President Tle«.Prealdent CMhler §'
A Convenience =3:i |
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, , . only to the busi- @!
ness and professidnal man, but to the farmer as well. More
people would keep such accounts if they knew just how to $
go about it. We gladly assist those who need help in get- 1
ting started. 3
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Furnished Rooms For Transients ||
or Permanent Lodgers «i
New Building, Furniture and Furnishings. All the rooms are <'
h ' .■ v^r;\', 'well lighted and ventilated / \\k
Kates from 50c to $1.00 a '■•. {!
;" day. Special rates by the ' . ;;
/ week or month <>
MRS. J. : S. GROLL, Proprietress i ;
Ross Block, Friday Harbor, Wash, :\\
Distributor For Friday Harbor For 1
Olympia Beer, Cedar Brook, 'Maryland Rye, Old Barbee, S
Old Castle Rock, G. R. Sharpe, /. W. Harper |
and Belmont Whiskies I:
The Following Prices Will Prevail Until Further Notice \ ' fj
All mixed drinks and case g00d5,........»^15 cts. or 2 for 25 S
All draught goods, except beer, ...;............... r .. 110 cts. j| ; ;
Flor deLovera, Flor deWhittier and Whisper Cigars,.... 10cts. . ®
All draught liquors and alcohol: full' quarts, $1 -00; ; full pints i »
5O cts.; full half pints, 25 cts. r §
Port Wine, full quarts .*'.......... :..:. ............. 75 cts. 1 1
Vineyard Port Wine, full quarts ...............";. ..".. 50 cts. a
; Keg Beer, 16 gallon keg 5..'............... ■. .....: .. $6 00 |
* Keg Beer, 8 gallon kegs .;................;.......... $ 3-OO ■• ® I
3-Star Hennessey and J. and E. Martel 8randy....... 5250 <§
Hebe Cognac Brandy ...... ". ........."............... 1.50 § ;
California Grape Brandy... .v:....... vv..; $1.25 and 1-5O
Old Ball Holland Gin, Imported ..;;.;. :.. .*............ 150 «
Gordon Dry Gin, Imported .....;.......;.........\J.SO^S^
O. K. Castle Bourbon Whiskey, Imported, full quarts.... 150 @
Royal/Piper Scotch, fives ..-....;....................... 1-50 , %
■ John Dewar& Sons Scotch,' fives 1.50 a \
Old Highland Scotch, fives .;.................... : r. • Hl.2s^@*
Old Castle Scotch, fives ..:....:..'..........:...:;.. 1.25 W
Whiskey Cocktails, five 5............................. 150 |
Hiram Walker's Canadian Club.'.'; •„. .. 1.50 J ®
\ John Dewar & Sons' Extra Special Scotch ..'......... ". .1.75 © ,
Old Barbee Whiskey, full quarts ; .iT... '". ..... t.;1. ..'..- 1-50 §
Olympia Bottled Beer, quarts 25 cts., five for ...;....: LOO
.■/**. Pints, 15 cts., two for., .'.'... .":.:..<.2&$ ® \
Porter Nips, 15 cts., two f0r................. .*......... 25 a
I have the largest stock of liquors and cigars in Friday Harbor | i
and T guarantee that my goods will stand the test. Give me your :5 |
orders and I will guarantee satisfaction. , c
JOHN DOUGLAS, - Friday Harbor
We have received some large shipments of Staple -/--2?
and Fancy Groceries and "now have one orthe most A
complete and choice stocks in this line in the county. (*@|
Spring Dry Goods, Shoes, Hardware, §
Notions Etc. 8
*W%0&: We Invite the closest - inspection and comp*^ 0" .°f ii^-^B^
our goods and prices with those of any other store la #i
the county. 9
Thp Lopez Store I
Lopez, Washington |
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