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

The San Juan Islander o. b. rn.viß, Kdii.i. FRIDAY HARBOR VASH. NEWS OF THE DAY interesting Items from Various Parts of the World— Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Put Week in Cor» 4fiMed form. Generals Botha. Dc Wet and De la Rty have arrived in London. Venezuelan government troops are rapidly deserting lo the e;ien y. ! 'resident Roosevelt spent Sunday quietly with Secretary and Mrs. Shaw ht Thompson. Vt. Queen Wilhelmina was 22 years of age Sunday and Holland was in gala attire in celebration of the event. The Chicago and Northwestern fast mail ran into a washout at Fairchild, Wis., and the engineer and fireman wt-re killed. The .Mississippi river is out of its banks and >ts smaller tiibutairies are ragng torrents. Much damage is he ing done by the high water. Savahle won the Futurity at Sheeps head Bay. Lord of Vale was second, Dazzling third, and Huntbourne fourth. They divided at purse of $60,000. King Victor Kmanuel of Italy wan royally received by Emperor Wi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

TWENTY KILLED SERIES OF EARTHQUAKES OCCUR IN MINDANAO. >( , American Casualties Reported. But the Scrappy M oros Are Not So fortunate Commissary Build in >j» and Moro Ports 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 series of earth quakes on the island of j Mindanao. Twenty people were killed by falling walls," the victims all I being Moros. The upheaval occurred in the country adjacent to Lake Lanao, "in the Moro section of the island, near Camp Vick erg , which is now the jj headquarters of the American force stationed in Mind anao. ■> ■'.' -« : * Gen. Chaffee' cablegram says the mountains and rivers and other streams were greatly disturbed and great dam age was done. 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 Pa...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

San Juan Islander THE ls|..\M)Ki: CO.. Publisher*. O. H. CDLVKK, . F.ditor mid Manager. Entered at the post office in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. Subscription rricc, - •1.5t» Per Veur The Official Paper ot San Juan County. -* Clubbing List — To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, if any) the follow iifj named publications are offend, to gether with the ISIAN'D.EII, at the. com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.AN'DKK niul Seattle Post-Intelligeiurer, semi-weekly, fj.oo | Seattle Times, weekly, .... 1.80 | Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune I'i'rnifr ... i.Bo New York Tribune Review - ... 1.80 \ New York Tribune, »ri-«-eckly, x - - 2.10, Thricc-a-Wetk N. Y. World, ... 2.00 Toledo Blade, • 1.60 Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, • - 2.00 1 S. F. Kxamlner, weekly, ... 2.50 j S. V. Ballet Sunday edition, - - mo Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - ' 3.15 St. Paul Pioneer l'ress, Weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star ... 2.0 a Far...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

I j^ocaUnd personal -ir | I <; B. Driggs returned- from Se- I rti" Rethlefaen went to Satuma I (i p t Tlmcker spent a day this week Liiingfriend'saU^ • ■ < '.' _ I pill and winter hats and trimming ■„'received at Mrs. Firth's. ; I will Randies and his sister, : Mrs. ■w^'iia, went to East Sound Monday. I T . |C -<k:utit county Republican con ■ ntl()ii was held at Auacortes yester- I Jlr> and Mrs. C. E. Hackett ; went ■ t0 Whatcora yesterday to attend I the I Mrs. Geo. M. Norris returned Mon -I ,IV from a two weeks' visit 7with I John Sweeney took his big Durham I, ' to Whatconi Monday for exhibi ■tio:i at the county fair. . ' ♦ I Mr. and Mrs. August Wold and little ■ \iieiist are visiting Whutcom friends M id attending the fair. „ 4 Mis* Ada Mullis noes to Seattle Satur (lV ] to spsnd a few months in the tail ]in ry department of one of the large dry (mods stores. . Miss Klla Mullis went' to Whatcom rucsday to attend the Fair and visit Mr*. House, wife of the engineer of ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

mc€€€€:€€€€CC<» ' >» » >»>*»£3»*g I MISS MILNE AND I. I Sf L i I V CHAPTER IV. Kight months have passed since the | close of the last chapter, and thing? j are much as they wer* The love of j occupation and the occupation of love have combined to mak • the time pass very happily and very swiftly. About' once a month I have visited Chisel hnrst and stayed over Sunday. Edith, i my Edith (of whom more presently), j 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 I hurt saw her there, and although vari-! ous reports have come to me of her j terrible goings-on, 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 note; , a child was waiting in the hall, she | said, to take me somewhere. The note , was from the...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

Bobrikofl Oet»: Sensitive. '_■"- * Governor General vf Bcbriakoff hat -.mmanded the Finnish local govern- Ilt to make , extensive preparations f r the Noi them Scientific congress, as would be moet regrettable il any thing should occur to «ive the foreign ■ igitore an unfavorable impression of (be conditions in Finland. The local government is quite willing, however, that the visitors should realize lolly what Boferikoff has done for Finland. vi«o's Cure is the best medicine lire ever «i for all affections of the throat and "niirf -Wm. O. Endslkt, Vanbureu, Feb.'JO. 1900- '■■ ■'V V3:£?i&\szs-£ . ; Agree to Norway* Demands. , The Swedish-Norwegian; commission to draft a plan for' the revision of the eon*«l* r 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 v(,n\d have been acceptable. . , CASTOR IA For Infants and \ Children. The Kind You Hav...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 September 1902

i San 7uan Island \ > Outside of Count Scat S BAN .HAN VALLKT Sclmol Stated in No. 12 last week. Mark Hosier went to Spokane last wt'ek. Goo. Ite«-k returned Mordn'y jroin up- Bonnd. Mrs. Jasi I'irtli returned Friday from a visit u))-Sonnd. J. O. llergman goes up-Sound today on a business trip. Miss Mary Schuman went to Port Townaend 'lui'sday. Buchanan A Wright's thresher will I)* 1 over from Lopez about Ihe sth: i:. W. MeQflarj returned Monday from R Lmsiliest trip to Sealtlr and Whateoni. Mrs. H. Sloll returned l-'riday from ■ \ i:>it with relatives «lld fi it'iids up-Sonnd. The s!,M:iin- .M i.-lii^ in towed it si-ow of wood from A'l ley's last week for use at the banks. Mlaa Abbfe Atkiey returned Taesday from a \isit with frieids in Seattle and Whatoom. , m iss ( ai rit Peterson \\ nl to Wh^om Tuesday to resume her studies ii the Normal school Therevfttl beahase ball triune at the r irnera Ku.inl.ty afternoon between the A. P. A. and valley team* Mrs. K. .1. Zirgler return...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 September 1902

J VOL. XII. I N. E. CHURCHILL i Successor to the i SAtf JUAN TRADING COMPANY, \ | WASHING MACHINES] ! The BUCKEYE, the Best Machine Made ' SUMMER HATS I A Choice Variety for Men and Boys, i and Cheap, too i ! Some Fine Bargains in Ladies', Men's $ and Boys' Shoes < . * Largest Store in San Juan f County. • # ; - - . — " m Kettle Rendered LARD! LARD! LARD' I • and GuaraDteed Lfiiiu. Lnnu» lhhs/. i » strictjy Pare The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for its Pure 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 Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Money Will be Refunded at the... BLUE MUNI &IOHt I.IIBU —mi^illl I ■■■11l ■!■—■» ■' I ■■■!■■« 1111111 111 1,--—-* A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS f ... s' H; 22 lbs Gran. Sugar $1; sack $4.40 |28 bars Best Savon Soap . $1.00 x 1 bbl Molly Flour . . 4.0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 September 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. (II.VIR, ».i*i. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH- x\EWS i)F THE HAY interesting Items from Various Parts of the World —Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Cor dented Form. Old olhVers of the 0. R. it N. compa ny were re-elected at the animal meet ing of the board of directors at Portland. William ('. McMillan, son of the late senator from Michigan; announces that he will not be a candidate for that office. Three hundred and seventeen strik ing colien were lined $41) each at I»on i aster, England for leaving work with out notice. Sir Thomas Lipton will he the lib eral candidate for parliament in Horns iby, a northern suburb of London, in the next election. French duelists will hereafter dm wax iiiHtt-:i«l of lead bullets. Under the new code the best marksman will be entitled to an apology. The French government has stopped payment of the salaries of 18 priests, belonging to various parishes in Uritta iiy, who took part in the recent trou bles acc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 September 1902

VILLAGES VANISH SEVEN HUNDRED PEOPLE DIE IN A LANDSLIDE. Qlacfer Swept Down a Valley and Destroyed Everything in Its ,» a ,h-~\Vith the Resistless Force of the Vast Body Went the Add ed Horror of the Hurricane. Vienna, Sept. 4.—News has been re ceived here from Tiflis, Trans-Caucasua, Russia, of a landslide which occurred tugust 1", i» the vicinity of Mount Kasbek, and which resulted in the de struction of some 20 villages and the i,,.4 of nearly 700 lives. Seismic dis turbances seem to have started a (ilacier, which swept down a valley and destroyed everything in its path. On the north slope of Mount Kasbe ,- the watering place of Tmenkau. Early in the morning of August 17 sub terranean disturbances were noted at Tmenkau, but hundreds of persons in the hotel there, in spite of warnings, continued their bathing in the springs. At 7 o'clock of that evening the en tire valley where the hot springs are situated was filled with a deafening noise resembling thunder, and loud rumblings we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 September 1902

San juan Islander TDK ISLANDKK CO.. Pitltlisliers. . O. H. CUI.VHR, Kdltor and Manager. Entered at thai po«t«)race in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. Subscription l ¥i ii c, - WI..TJO IN-i Yi'iir The Official Paper ot San Juan County. mi Clubbing Ust »- To all Subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, II any) the follow ng named publications are offered, (<> gether with the FSL v DIOR, at the com- 1 bination prices quoted, viz.: IsSI,AXDKR and Seattle Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $2.00 Seattle Times weekly, - ... 1.80 Morthwcit Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune .... I.RO ' New York Tribune Review • - - - i.Bo New York Tribuur, • •!■>■, - - .-.: rhricc-a-M k. N. V. World, - - - 2.0.3 Toledo Blade, 1/0 Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.«.0 S. P. Kxamtoi r w ekiy, ... 2.50 S. P. llullctiti, Suin'ay edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Intet-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 ht. Paul Mob r I'sv.ss, weekly, - - .'.< Montreal Family Herald and Star - - - 2.00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 September 1902

Local *»nd personal > John Broder went to Whatcom Mou- _< II S. King returned from Olympia yesterday- . > C ]■]. Hackett is visiting up-Sound friends this week.- ','*' v r o\vn & Son resumed bperations at ,1,,-ir mill ItW Sunday. |...11;iik1 winter bats and trimming ... re c ivetl at Mrs. Firth's. Mi^i C. N. Culver came over from n , ils Monday to visit her son. OxfonUlowh Ruin Lambs for Sale.— D.nuild Ross, Friday Harbor. 9-11-4t Wolii A I.ightheart, wines and liquors. , . trade a specialty. * . f I, , : -,i -To Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Me ( rV) oi Koche Harbor, Sunday afier |lU ;l , SepU inber 7, ;t boy. j !1. Lee svas over from the Port 1., lon lime works for a short vi.-it tt illi liisfton and daughter a few days . Mi<is''Agnes, Wright left Saturday to ntti-inl school at Vushon college. Mrs. Wm'-'IiI accompanied her, returning yesterday. ___j___ ( inly Attorney Thaeker returned iv from s trip to Seattle, having „,. mipunied his brother, ('apt. Thaek ; v on his return...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 September 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAPTER V—Continued. Mrs. Best was sitting on the corner of file table, evidently drunk; she was not dressed as I h id seen her before but rather as a weak imitation of ifisfl Milne; her exact position in the estab lish ment I discovered later was. to us<' her own words, that of 'Miss Milne's chaperon." About the room stood many empty beer and spirit bot tles, and in the cold gray dawn of the morning a/id the semi-darkness resulting from the much broken, much* stuffed window, the scene, taken a.s n whole, was not Invigorating, As I entered the room. Miss Milne turned her head mechanically toward me. stared for a moment, and th'T. resumed her previous attitude. Mrs. Best was th i first to break tho silence. "You've got your wish, you see." she said. "What wish?" "You said you 'oped it would go, and It's "When did it die?" 'After the first dose. Good medi cine, that. Ha! ha! I'll keep the rest for myself; it. may come in 'handy." The woman's brutal insinuations st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 September 1902

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. Columbia University Boarding School for Young Men Finest nation en Pacific Coast. Ex cellent Faculty. I-ar^vst indoor college athletic field in the world. Over half mi acre under an arcned root. Catalogue.* Free. /ddreM RKV. M. A. QUINLAN, C. S. C. University Park, Oregon Mitchell Wagon. i Best on Earth — Bemuse It Is made or the best material possible to buy. The niniiiii'nt'tiiren absolutely pay M 10 35 per cent above the market price 01best grades of wagon timber for the privilege of cul ling over and skimming off the creuia of the «neon stock, which Is carried tor 3 to 5 yearn be lore making up. which means an investment ill v imml stock of nearly one million dollars. MITI'HKLL Wagons are unsurpassed for quality, proportion, finish, strength and light running. Why—take chances on any other? ' Why— not pet the best?—A MITCHTCTjU MUchmll, Lmwlm M, Stmwmr Go. j.iimiui. »ealtle. iSpokan*. Jkkws* Agents Kverywhera. $3 $3=52 SHOES ES? W. L. Douglas shoes are tite...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 September 1902

Lopez toland LOPKZ Mis* 1 va Rhodes is home from Seattle. Miss I.illio Blake went to Seattle Nut urday • Mrs. Jacobs returned from Port Town send Friday. Mrs. Rhiiiontath has been very sick r«»r the pan) week. Mrs. Lee 'Aon' to Mouni Lehman, B. C, lii lay fora few weeks' visit. Mi<s Muse it, of Colombia <'11y, ix \ [xiting h"i brother, Dr. M nscott. Mm. Wai rod, of Whatcom, is- visiting her parents, Mr. and lira. Wilson, at Center. The social given by the Royal Neigh bora Friday evening was ;i aucceafl In every w ;iy. Misa Ada Hammond came over from I riil;t.v Hurbor Saturday for a «ccck fs \ isii with rr':-ii-. es. Mi. dough, of Port' Tcwnsend, was visiting her piatpf, Mrs. Hi ii Llclitonborg, a few days the i va.st wi^k. Mrs. I'lt'd llamnioinl, of Alincorfes. enme over the flrat of the week to wok after the frull on the place they tiave rented. Mr. Musoottand faniii. , of CaUfpri la, arrived I'l i \\y to make their llOJlte on lh« farm t^e has puchaned from M . Tay lor, on I'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 September 1902

: ■--„•.■• ■■■■'• -*'■•*"-■'■■•■ ■_ /■ ' *•: •, ■' "■' -;. : ' : : : ; - ; - >■:.■■'-■ - ■;.*; - - • :-'-> ';...' / * : ... •• p . ' ■ • ■ ■ ■■■_;'' vol. xn. I N. E. CHURCHILL \ 0 . (Successor to the - > £ SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, - 4 1 WASHING MACHINES"! I The BUCKEYE, the Best Machine Made \ I SUMMjER HATS ~: $ I SUMMER HATS I $ A Choice Variety for IVJen and Eloys, * 5 and Cheap, too i I I 5 Some Fine Bargains in Ladies/, Men's 2 5 and Boys' Shoes < _, 0 Largest Store in San Juan * ? County. , <> \ . '■' I/-..- '■ ■■ J jpßMixxMta. .mi ■■■■■m.mi- """" '■"■"■■hi—ii—il, \ "■■■■■■■- . 11%1%l I Kettle Rendered - LARD! LARD! LARD! • ■ gy^ The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for it* Pare Ketllo Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult- i eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LABI). Ask your dealer for this brand and take do other. ' Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied 17 '*£...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 September 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. <-i:i,ver, K4lt«r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS Of THE Lay interesting Itemi from Various Parts of tin World— Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Co*. 4rnsed Form. The Oregon state lair opened at Salem Monday. President Diaz of Mexico celebrated his 71st birthday Monday. King Edwurd in reported to be enjoy in ir Ix'tter health than for years. I,ate corn has been badly damaged by frosts in lowa. Minnesota and Ne braska. King Leopold of Belgium will visit the United States early next year, prob ably in February. The sovereign grand lodge of the In dependent Order of Odd Fellows is in session at Det Moines. la. Th American liner Philadelphia has won the trans-Atlantic race with the Kuerst Bittnarck. The latter was 14 hours behind the American ilner. George Crocker, the financier, has been seriously ill in Ixjmlon. blood poisoning having followed treatment of a tooth. He is reported improving. The contract for the construction of the wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 September 1902

FORESTS ON FIRE WESTERN WASHINGTON AND OR EGON AFLAME. immense lioss of Property Is' Ce rtain, and It Is Feared There May Be Considerable Ijoss of Life. Park ness Covers Entire Western portion of Two States. battle, Sept. 13.—Reports received [jqio various aections of Western Wash ington and Oregon are to the effect that t l,~. forest fires now raging in those sec tions are the most destructive to life and property yet recorded. While the tire- V.re general, the centers of destruc tion seem to be in Mason, Chehalis and Chirk counties. Full reports from these are impossible to obtain, as tele graphic communication waa entirely ajmt off at an early hour last evening. lii Mason county logging camps have been abandoned and the people forced to flee for their lives in a territory em bracing thirty miles. Many barely es caped, with the aid of rescuers, and it is feared that fatalities have occurred. Tin' loss to timber and houses it is now impossible to estimate, though it will be very gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 September 1902

San 3uatl Islander THE IS|,.» \l>Ki: CO., I'ul»H«li«ri». O. H. CUI.VI{R > .... . vlvlitof and Manager. Entered at the postblllce^ln Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. Subscription Prleei - m1.r,0 Vet year the Official Paper oi San Jiian Codifty. | _ Clubbing List '• ■, To all subscribers paying One year in advance (and anvir-. if any); the lbiiow iifj named publication* arc nlforedt to- Kutlier with the ISIiANDKIt, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER and Svnttle PoSt-Intelllgctiqerj - -mi w. kl>. $3.0* Se.i'.tle I'lUl' -. •'■-'; ----- i.8.» Northwest Horticulturist '■&> New York Tribune Farmer - - - ■ l-So New York Tribune Review - ..... 1.80 S'cw York Tribune, 'm-» ckly, - - ■.!• Dirice-a-Week N. Y. World, - . - - 20' Toledo Made, - - - ... I.ho Detroit J'rce Tress, semi-weekly, - - 2.09 S. l*. Kxaiuiuer, weekly, - - - 2.5° S. P. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Intcr»Oceau, weeklj, - - 2.15 Bt. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - • t.oa ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 September 1902

Local and personal j! October Delineators and Designers at tiK . Inlander Company's. -^^v : • . Fall and winter, hats and trimming ,*, received at Mrs. Firth's. !" .. ■ ■■• ♦ ".':, ,y }>urt> California Port Wine $1.50 per gallon at Wold & Ljglitheart'B. : * ♦ . Wold & Litrhtheait, wines and liquors. family tradH a 'specialty. .' * ; , ♦'. ,-. '•&*£s Oxforddown Hun Lambs for (Sale. — Donald Hoss, Friday Harbor. 9-11-4t y\,<. T. T Paxson wiH have fresh 1,, „i in- side, during the fall and yyin ttl , coinluencirtK Saturday, the 13th i, st., at Drigga & Urfer'* store. •Vv ——♦ '■■ •. i 'i ■ The Friday Harbor ■ dritj; store is making a strong effort to .fill a demand for a progressive pharmacy in the county. The stock of goods Is being inciviwd and prices on many things lowered, under the pre^eut manage iH nt. Demands of the .public in the drug line will, be properly met in quality and price. ■• # A «..<«' Inducement v J,';";v*-1 The Leader J)ry Goods Company, ...

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