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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

FATAL EXPLOSION STEEL DIGESTERS IN A PULP MILL BLOW UP. vj||{ . workmen Killed, Five Are Aliasing and Four Others Badly Injured —Two Terrific Reports and Mill and Buildings Were Complete Wrecks. WYlmington, Del., Aug. 2.'.—Five re hodies have been found in the rtl j n « of the Jessup & Moore Paper Company's digesting room, bringing the number of known dead up to 16. Wilmington, Del., Aug. 21.—Nine workmen are known to have been kill t .,l five are missing and four others are ],a<lly injured by the explosion of the ? tet'l digesters in the Delaware pulp n ,jl]H of the Jessup & Moore Paper Company, on the Christina river. The .iijr»*sterß were located in a two ptor v building. There were ten of them in the building each one resemb ling ;l vat ' an<^ about six feet in diameter. They were for reducing wo-mI pulp. Eighteen men were at work i" the building. There were two terrific reports, and the next instant the building and mills about the structure were completely wrecke...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

Sari jfuan Islander THE i- i. Vmm t; CO.. Publisher*.'-,'*:' ' * _ _ O. H. CCLVHR, : ..Kditor and Manager. Entered at the postoAoe in Friday Harbor us second class mail matter. Subscription Price. - »1,30 IVr Y»>»r The Official Paper ot San Juan Coonty. .-■ Clubbtng J.tst m- To all subscribers paying, our year in advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ng named publications are offered, to gether with the [SLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ,' ISLANDER and Seattle Post-intelligencer,' femi-weekly, $2.00 Seattle Time*, weekly, .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist - - - . - 1.(0 New York Tribune Farmer '- - •■ ,1.80 New York Tribune Review' - - : - - iJh New York Tribune., 'ri-.vcokly, - - • 2.10 Thrice-a-Week N. V. World, - - • - 2.00 Toledo Made, - - - - - „ - ' 1.(10 Detroit Free PreM, semi-wtctely, - ' - 2;oq S. P. i-'.xainiii' 1. weekly; - - - 750 S. I-?. liullttin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago liilcr.Ucean, weekly, - : - 2.15 St. I'aul Piotlin Pi ess, weekly...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

San Juan Islander THE ISLANOKK CO., J'ulilUhom. O. H. CDLVKR,I.........Ivditor and Malinger. Entered at the pastofflce in Friday liarbor as second i lam mall matter. Subscription Price, - * *1..50 I'«t Year The Offlci?l Paper cl San Juan County. ' , r , Clubbtna I.(at m- To all subscribers pitying ono year in advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ng named publications arc oil rod, to gether wit!, the IS LA XDI MI, at thb com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER and Seattle Port-Intelligencer, vim .m <"V.ly, $2.00 Seattle Times, weekly, .... i.ao Northwest HorticuUnrist .... i.Oo New York Tribune Fanner • - - .- 1.60 New York Tribune Review - ... i.£o New York Tribune, *.ri-weekljr, - • ■ a.lO Thrke-a-W'etk N. Y. World, >- - - 2.i*<> Toledo Blade, • - - • • • - •■ 1.1 ■> Detroit l-'rce I'rcs-i, semi-weekly, - - . a.<«> S. I. Kxfttaiaer, weekly, - ... 2.;, c S. I-'. Bulletin Sunday edition, - - t.OO Chicago Inlcr Oecau, weekly, • - 2.15 St. Paul Pioneer i'u--...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

[ Local *nd personal j| fall and winter hats and : trimming | „j Pt received at Mrs. Firth'B. Joseph Sweeney and daughters May .„ d Jo=ie went to Seattle Tuesday. Mrs. G. B. Driergs went to Seattle Tilery, intending to return; uext Monday*• ,_ -■..' -..*. . *.• ;'">; ¥ '•;•■. -; ; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrison, of East •jJunil, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;W. Jj. Thicker the first of the.week. . : Frank Dennlaon and family : have m) ved into the Carter house,' comer ing street and Argyle arenue. So l,ool district No. 2, in the valley, is arranging to issue bonds for $900 for the erection of a new school house. Dr. I- M. Harrison; of Stattle, Who is spending a two weeks' vacation with liis parents at East Sound, was in town Tuesday. - ■ ♦_— r ■ • ; .'",;..: Pr. Baker, the well known dentist, will be at the Tourst. hotel until Sat- Ul •;-v, prepared to do all kinds of dental work. ,: ■ '' . ' jV" vi ;-":':■•-'■■•' Rev. Dr. Harpstwill preach In. the Methodist church here 'next sabbath...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

I^ockl.'«n4 personal -*- |; .•,[l;ind winter hats ant 1 trimming ,I,'Vceived at Mrs. Firth's. ' j:)M .ph Sweeney and daughters May ■ went to Seattle Tuesday. ♦ Mrs . (i. B. Driggs went to Beattle intending to returu next Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrison, of East soiuxl, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. v? Tlrickur the first of the week. ♦ j-'rdiik Denniaou and family have „, ,1 into the Carter house, corner street aud Arjryle avenue. ...:;,,»! district No. 2, in the valley, v to issue bonds for $900 for jl, „,., ition of a new school house. ♦— •— Dr. f. M. Harrison, of Seattle, who j. lending a two weeks' vacation with ;. |, ,i nts at East Sound, was in town Tuesday. Dr. Baker, the well known dentist, will beat the Toiir'st hotel until Sat uriv. prepared to do all kinds of dental work. 4 !>>v. Dr. HarpHt will preach in the M „■!;>! church her? next sabbath, ni«niit>£ services beginning at 11 oi-l.ick and evening at 7:45. rj'|\e Hermoaa, of West Sound, was i,, |„,ri Saturday wit...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAPTER [I—Continued. "My life, as you know, was wrecked when 1 was a little more than a child, and I and my boy were left high and dry. away from the world and all its sympathies and loves; and all I car ried with me into this desert of deso lation was my poverty and a feelinz of resentment against a worll that kicked me out for no fault rtf my own. I was growing contented with my lot and willing to abide by it. when sud denly a tellow«belng crossed my path, willing ami anxious to sympathize with nip. He does sympathize, and more than that, he awakens feelings and longings 1 thought dead, but v.hich instead of being dead, had but been like a smoldering flre gathering life ami vigor; and so in the space of one short month I find that I am down among the world again, tied by a bond that I cannot break to a man who is all unconscious of the fact that wher ever he Koes a woman's heart and soul go wit'i him. "Now. what am 1 to do? Am Ito be liorn again, as it were, but...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

f MISS MILNE AND I. I wI I y CHAPTER ll— Continued. "My life, as you know, was wrecked when I was a little more than a child, r.nd I and my boy were left high and dry, away from the world and all its sympathies and lows; and all I car ried with me into this desert of deso lation was my poverty and a feeling of resentment against a world that kicked me out for no fault of my own. I was growing contented with my lot and willing to abide by it. when sud denly a fellow-being crossed my path, willing and anxious to sympathize with me. He does sympathize, and j more than that, he awakens feelings j and longings I thought dead, but ' which instead of being dead, had but \ been like a amoldering lire gathering i life and vigor: and so in the space of j one short month I find that I am down i among the world again, tied by a bond ' that I cannot break to a man who is all unconscious of the fact that wher- j over he goes a woman's heart and soul go with him. . "Now, what am I to do? Am I to b...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

THE NEW WOMAN. Mm. Emma Mitchell, 520 Louisiana itreet, Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "For the past five years I have rare ly been without pain, but Peruna has changed all this, and in a very short time. I think I had taken only two Mtief before I began to recuperate very (jiiickly, and seven bottles made me well. Ido not have headache or back ache any more, and have some interest in life."'—Emma Mitchell. The coming of what is known as the "new woman" in our country is not greeted by everyone as if ehe were a great blesning. But there is another new woman whom everybody is glad to n;e. Every day some invalid woman it. exclaiming, "I have been m&de a new woman by Dr. Hartman's home treatment." It is only neceswiry to wnd name, address, symptoms, dura tion of sickness and treatment already received to Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, and directions for one month's treatment will be promptly forwarded. If you do not receive prompt and Nitis-factory results from the use of I'eruna, write...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

THE NEW WOMAN. Mr?. Emma Mitchell, 520 Louisiana itreet. Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "For the past five years I have rare iv ietn without pain, but Peruna has changed all this, and in a very short time. I think I had taken only two Lotties before I began to recuperate very quickly, and seven bottles made me well. Ido not have headache or bark ache any more, and have some interest in life."—Emma Mitchell. The coming of what is known as the "new woman" in our country is not b\ everyone as if she were a blessing. But there is another new woman whom everybody is glad to see. Every day some invalid woman ie exclaiming, "I have been made a fiew woman by Dr. Hartman's home treatment*" It is only necessary to feed name, address, symptoms, dura tion of sickness and treatment already received to Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, and directions for one month's treatment will be promptly forwarded. If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of I'eruna, write at once to Dr. Ha...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

Lopes Xotand J'OKT STAM.KV Mrs. ('has. Bigg* returned from Seattle Saturday. Mr. Keenoy, of Whatcom, made a busi ness ( -.i!i on P. I. Whitman Tuesday. Mrs. Ringlet child spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. 1\ I. Whitman. Mrs. John lyipatrlck lias beet] spend- Ing the week nt the southwest beach with Mi-. Blower. ' Mrs. Olmatead and daughter Kate, of Wisconsin, visited li<r sister, Mr Tow ell, last week, Work is progressing nicely on tlte now ■iore. The shelving and counters are nearly completed and goods are arriving on every I" it. Thus. Bloki, accompaniod by hia daugh ter and Mr??.' Craig, have gone to >• ttii ' fur a lew days. Several of the Port Stanley people at teti It d the lawn social at Thus. Qpsl >n'« In lay o\ .1. B. Davis was here last week dispos ing of iii- personal cd'cci,, having pur chased home near Omen lake, .Seattle, tniltiiig in new furnishings tbruugh- Idt. . ■ LOPEZ Mrs. A. K. BiggS went to Seattli Tliurs ' y. < Mr. and Mrs. H;iy have re...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

Lope- Island rOKT STANI.KV Mr«. ('has. Hij^s retui ned from Srattwi Saturday. Mr. ICetMioy. <>f What com, m.-.do ;i bu.si- MM i.ill <>ii P. I. Whitman Tut »liy. Mrs. EUnglerand child ■pen! '!'•:■ - hy and V."ciliieMlu.v with Mr. and .>, -. I. I. Wljiiiii.ui. Mrs. John Kilpatriek baa been upend* ing the week at the southwest it.il. with Mrs. Blower " Mr»; Olinstoad ami daughter Rate. (>; Wisconsin, visited her sister, Mrd.'Tov,- ell, last week. Work is progressing nicely on t ho now > ore. The siiclvinjif and ooouten are i.c.uiy completed and goods uro arriving on every boat. . Thoe. Blake aocphipanlcd by his daugh ter and Mi' Craig, have guiio to b'wUtlo lor a few di«ys. Several of the Tort Stajiley people at* tended the lawn social wl Thos. LJpsi >n hr: l.iy < \ nlng. .i. B. '.'■ vis was here last week dispos ing of l)i» personal effects, having pur l-ha-ied a home near (Jriien lake, .--..»* >•• -. putting in new furnishings through out. LOPttZ Mrs. A....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

..■/^ _ ' VOL. XII. ; N. E. CHURCHILL \ > Successor to the > SA^ JUAN TRACING COMPANY, V (> ! I WASHING MACHINES! ! The BUCKEYE, the Best Machine Made I I SUMMER HATS > I SUMMER HATS ji i A Choice Variety for Men and Boys, $1 \ and Cheap, too i i Some Fine Bargains in Ladies', Men's ,t | and Boys' Shoes f | Largest Store in Sari Juan € » County. # —' : ; r I Kettle Rendered LARD! LARD! LARD! | • j-f-jj- The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for its Pilrc Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from, adult eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LAUD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other.• iEvery Found Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Money Will - nine ronuT cthdc Refunded at the. .: I BLUE ™T STORE | ■■+-» + » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦tfHHt»f ♦ ♦ ♦ »♦♦•»♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦■♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS j '22 tbs Gran. Sugar $1; sack $4.40 25 bars Best Savon Soap . $1.00 ■ 1 bbl Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

The San Juan Islander O H < I I.VKR, K«it«r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Co." 'ifMed Form. Generals Botha. De Wet and I)e la \{< y hay* arrived in London. Venezuelan government troops are rapidly deserting lo the e;ien y. President Roosevelt spent Sunday quietly with Secretary and Mrs. Shaw ht Thompson, vt. Queen Wiihelmina was 21! years of ap« Sunday and Holland was in gala attire in celebration of the event. The Chicago and Northwestern fast mail ran into a washout at Famhild, Wis.. and the engineer and fireman were killed. The Mississippi river is out of its banki and Us smaller tiibutairies are ragng torrents. Much damage is be ing done by the high water. Savable won the Futurity at Sheeps !,•;•() Hay, Lord of Vale was «'<ond, Pazzling third, and Huntbourne fourth. They divided at purse of ftiO.OOO. King Victor F.manuH of Italy wan royally received by Em...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

TWENTY KILLED SERIES OF EARTHQUAKES OCCUR IN MINDANAO. So American Casualties Reported, But the Scrappy Moros Are Not So Fortunate —-Commissary Build in«s and Moro Forts Are Badly Damaged by Shocks. Washington, Aug. 28.—The war de partment has received a cablegram from Gen. Chaffee, at Manila, report ing the occurrence of a aeries of earth quakes on the island of Mindanao. Twenty people were killed by falling walK the victims all being Moroa. The upheaval occurred in the country adjacent to Lake Lanao, in the Moro section of the island, near Camp Vick ers, which is now the headquarters of the American force stationed in Mind anao. Gen. Chaffee's cablegram says the mountains and rivers and other streams were greatly disturbed and great dam age was done. ;/A: ■ This is the first serious earthquake re ported during the American occupation of the Philippines. The most impor tant previous seismic disturbance in Mindanao was the one that partly de stroyed Palak, Cotbalu, and the village o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

San Juan Islander THE ISI.ANIHCU CO., Publisher*. O. H. CULVBR, Bditoi and Mnnagcr. £ Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor aa second class mail matter. Subscription Pi-ic-p. - *M..'>i> t'«-r Year The Official Paper ol San Joan County. ... Clubbing MM ■- To all tab«eribera paying one your in advance (and arrears, if »ny) the follow r ,cr named publications are offered, to gether with the ISLAN'D,i:R. at lie com nation price* quoted, viz.: ISLANDER niid Seattle rost-Itit«Uij;ejiccT, semi-weekly, $2,00 | Seattle Times, weekly, .... 1.80 North Horticulturist .... 1.60 I New York Tribune P«rrraet - - -. 1.80 New York Tribune Review - ... 1.80 New York Tribune, ».ri-weckly,^ • - 2.10 Thrice-a-Wcek N. V. World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, '•''' 1 Detroil Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 ' S. P. Kxaminer, weekly, ... 2.50 S. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.i><> | Chicago Intel Ocean, weekly, • - 2.15 St. Paul Pioneer Press, Weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and S...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

I Local «nd personal | y t rA <;. B. Driggs returned from Se ,ttle yesterday. Ufartin Rethlefoen went to Saturna i? ,;,, M l,' H. ('-, yesterday. r .,pt. Tlmcker spent a day this week Flailing frie»d» at Utpet. t' a iiand winter hats and trimming i^t received at Mrs. Firth's. \\i!! Randies and his sister, Mrs. «ojeiia, went to East Sound Monday. ifl, s'^iir-t county Republican con vention was held at Anacortea yester day- j[r. and Mrs. C. E. Hackett went t0 Whatcora yesterday to attend the fair. _*_ \[rs. Geo. M. Norris returned Mon rtav from B two weeks' visit with in Seattle. John Sweeney took his hi? Durham l, ul i t v What.com Monday for exhibi tio:i ni the county fair. ♦ Mr. and Mrs. AttgOSt Wold and little \ Vl '\i<\ are visiting Whotcom friends ,„„! attending the fair. MiwAda Mullis j.roes to Seattle Satur ,]. lV to spsnd a few months in the niil li :! rv departmeut of one of the large dry eooda stores. Miss Ella Muilis went to Whatcom T,,,..(1■:>• to attend the Fair...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

MC€gC:C3g:tS:<:€C:CC« l ».ii):):>:>:l»:s»s:gi:3>»^ *ii 1 h f MISS MILNE AND I. I \t | I O CHAPTER IV. Eight months have passed since the dOM or the last chapter, and thing? are much as they were. The love of occupation ami the occupation of love have combined to make the time pass very happily and very swiftly. About' once a month I have visited Chisel hurst and stayed over Sunday. Edith, my Edith (of whom more presently), and I have learned to love each other intensely, more so than any quantity of type can convey, and life without her now would be very dreary and not worth the living. Of Miss Milne I have seen nothing, i Her shop was closed the week after T ] last saw her there, and although vari- ! ous reports have come to me of her i terrible goings-OS, I have myself seen nothing of her. One Monday evening I was sitting after dinner, readng the evening pa per, when Ann came in with a notn; a child was waiting in the hall, she; said, to take me somewhere. The note , w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

Bobrflcofl Oets Sensitive. Governor General Bobriakoff baa fonimanded the Finnish local govern ment to make extensive preparations or the Not them Scientific congress, as )t would be most regrettable if any thing should occur to give the foreign vieitorp an unfavorable impression of t be renditions in Finland. The local ..overnment is quite willing, however. that the visitors «hould realize fully what Boterikoff lias done for Finland. j'iso's Cnre is the best medicine we ever UJ ed for all affections of the throat and ; ull p, _\Vn. O- Endblkt, Vajiburen.lnd., Feb. 10, 1900. .-'. ■•"; v •••■';•■ Agree to Norway.*; Demands. The Swedish-Norwegian commission to draft * plan for' the revision of the consular system of Sweden and Norway, proposes -separate services for the two kingdoms. This was generally expected in both counties, and in Norway no other solution of the difficult question wooM have been acceptable. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. - The Kind You Have Always Bough! Sig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

San liun Island i. vi -; <•• of Count Hear is\N .MAN VIUKY Bchool close 1 in No. 11 last week. Mark Rosier wfnt to Spokane last week. Goo. Heck returned Moiidiiy from up- Sohhd. Mix Jttl Firth returned Friday from v visit iij>-S"Hiul. .1. O. Bergman goes up-Sound lay on ■ business trip. Mi-s Mary Sihunian went t(» Port Townsend Tuesday. Buobanan A Wright's threahtr will b* i ,n from [<ope*about tiicoth. E. W. McGeary returned Monday from v business trip to Seattle and Whatt.-oin. Mis. [1. Htoll returned Friday frotu ■ \ . ,i >\ iiii rrhitixc-. mill fl lends np-S-niinl. 'I'll,- inner .M lirbig in towed a scow of wood from A- 1 ley's last week for use at tiie banks. Miss Abb.c A< kley returned Tuesday froinaxi^i! with friei ds in Seattle! attd VV liateoui. , Mis-! Carrie Peterson went to Wh:\tcom Tuesday to resume her studies ii. tho Normal school. Thero trfll be n >wue ball game at the i trnera Biupday after >n between tlie A. I*. A. and valley teams, Mrs. 1.. .1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

Che San Jmri Islander. VOL. XII. N. E. CHURCHILL . „'■ Successor to the SAtf JUAN TRACING COMPANY, i 1 WASHING MACHINES! \ The BUCKEYE, the Best Machine Made SUMMER HATS A Choice Variety for Men and Boys, and Cheap, too Some Fine Bargains in Ladies', Men's , ■♦ and Boys' Shoes { Largest Store in. San Juan f County. ————— ..... Kettle Rendered LARD! LARD! LAROII • j-f-j- The McOhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, lias ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for its Prtre Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from, adult eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Found Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Money Will » I _. „_ rD(IUT CTfiRF Refunded at the . . ; BLUE FRONT STORE >++++++++ )U HlllltimH ♦♦»♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦+ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ 7*i !a few of our MANY bargains 122 tbs Gran. Sugar I; sack $4.40 25 bars Best Savon Soap . $1.00 ► 1 bbl Holly Flour ... 4.00 30 bars Emeral Soap . 1.00 ► 1 bbl Olympic Flo...

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