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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 November 1902

The San Juan Islander O. II (II.VIK, »<t*i'. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE i»AY wtcrcsting Items from Various Parts of t< World—Resume of the Less ImrorUn* Happenings of the Past V'zek in Car 4rnsti Form. Yukdi) river navigation has closed for the leSKHIi Rev. Miu'in't, for 42 years rector of the Now Orleans cathedral, iidead. Judge Wickersham will hold a term of United States court at Valdes in February ■ James C McNally, United states consul at Guatemala City, has exchang ed places with Alfred A. Winslow, COO* sul at Liege, Belgium. A system of electric railways connect* ing Chicago, Indianapolis and Cinrin nati is contemplated by the organisa tion of tli« Cincinnati Terminal Com pany. I>r. Robert Newton Tooker, one of the prominent physicians of Chicago, and president of the Illinois Homeopathic Medical Association, died suddenly Sunday. A rebellion against taxation to meet the indemnity China is to pay the powen bai broken out in the south western part of Chili provin...

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. — 13 November 1902

NEXT CONGRESS B OTH HOUSE AND SENATE ARE REPUBLICAN. Majority in the House "Will Be in the Neighborhood of Twenty, According to Late Returns. Senate Majority Will Be Slightly Less. Washington, Nov. 6.—The latest re turns received show that the Republi gans ; including in this description the fofionistl elected from the Pittsburg- Alligheny districts in Pennsylvania) trill control the next house by a vote of 201 Republicans to 179 Democrats, with one district, the Eighth Tennes see, an*l two Caiflornia districts remain ing ho much in doubt that the official retornfl will be needed to decide the re- Fuit. The totals given are believed to he correct, although there are a few district!, Jpuch as two in Colorado and one in Minnesota, where the Republi can iiiid Democratic party managers, respectively, do not concede defeat, but the general result could not be a^ected, even Bhould their claims prove well founded. The table, by states, is ac foHowi: State Dem. Rep. Alabama * 0 Arkansas 7 C...

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. — 13 November 1902

San 3aan Islander TIIK ISLAM) Iii: CO., Publisher*. .'. 11, CUI.VKK, Bditor and Manages. I tinteroti at the postofiice In Friday Harbor as secondclans mail matter. Siil>.-4i» Price, - #1..-»O Per \« ar j Tlte OQcial Paper ol San Juan County. | _. i -, Clubbing List m- To nil subscribers paying one year in ; Advance (and arrears^ if any) the follow- j i! • named publications are ottered, to-1 Bjcthor with the [SLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: 1 win;;, 1 md Seattle I'ost-Ini J.ligciiccr, semi-weekly, $».oa. Seattle Tliuen, weekly, .... I.Ba Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 j New York Tribune Farmer - - - 1 so New York Tribune Review - - i.So .New York Tribune, •1 * weekly, - - 2.J0 ; ;'liric:i:-\Voik N. V. World, - - - 2.00 i Tolctlii Bladej ...... 1.60 ; T-.Mii Free J'ross, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 S. I". Kxanttuer, weekly, ... 2.50 '< S. }'. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 : Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 | .St. Paul r-.■' 1 ■■■•: Pre»», weekly, - - 2...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 November 1902

I Local «nd personal j Mi*s Ada Mullis is home from Be * . l'i»n«y ("iiiiiawaio and Plated ware at j rowle's. 11-6 —♦—(,^;: . ' ]: eeinber Delineator* and Designers a t i, [slander Company'a. p. ■••,. California Port Wine $1.50 per nrul.m at Wold & Lightheart's. * 1— —-.;/.f iO'y.:; V. !1 <k LUjhtheart, wines am] liquors. family trade a specialty. * * ']■:,,> JJ/orkah lodge will jtive a ball ; ,,i,l oyster supper Thanksgiving even i. :.'■ A ; m plosinj< out my entire stock of j. ; il! Hid Winter Millinery at cost.— ji rtf J. \V. Firth. 11-6 • 4 ;\rt> yon looking for a Wedding or Birthday present? Will Fowle last week paid freight on four tons of h01i ( ',,., mnU. 11-6 'A: ' He— Found—A leather card case contain jm, h check on the Washington Na tiQiial Bank, of Seattle, in favor of F. M. Webb, was found between the Islander office and school house yes terday. Owner can have it upon ap plication at the Islander office by proving ownership auil paying for this notice. W...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 November 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. {. liAI'IKK XVl—Continued. "Colonel l'elham," I broke in, "would you mind leaving all these details to me? Daylight is rapidly breaking, and Warren and I shoulu be returning, for all our sakes. Miss Pelham will lie safe in the hands of the sailors for the rest of the journey. If I might advise you as to where to go. I would ask you to make straight for the house of a great and good friend of mine, the Rev. Dr. May, Who lives 0:1 the esplanade at this ond of (he village, and from whom the mention Of my name will be suf ficient to insure for Miss Pelham every comfort and attention. Now, I must not go near the stretcher again for daylight is breaking, and Miss Pelham is fast regaining con sciousness. I will only ask that I may have some news of her." The old Colonel (or. I ought to say, the new Colonel, for his manner and hearing were new to mo), rose to his fict. and motioning me to remain where I was, joined the other party, taking one glance at his daughter nnd giv...

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. — 13 November 1902

—OLD— FAVORITES Old Folk* at Home. •\Vay down upon de Suwanee ribber, Far, far nway— ji, r.'s wha my heart is turning ebber 1 hrc's wha de old folks stay. All "I' "'"1 down de whole creation Sadly I roam, Still longing for de old plantation, And for de old folks at home. All do world am sad and dreary Eb'rywhere I roam; Oh, darkies, how my heart grows weary, Far from de old folks at home! All 'round de little farm I wander'd When I was young; lien ninny happy days I squander'd— Many tie song I sung. When I was playing wid my brudder, Happy was I; Oh, take me to my kind old mudder! Ik-re let me live and die! All de world am sad and dreary El/rywhere I roam; Oh, darkies, how my heart grows weary, Fur from de old folks at home! One little hut among de bushes— Oue dat I love— Still sndly to my mem'ry rushes, No matter where I rove. When will I see de bees a-hummin' All around de comb? When will I hear de banjo tummin* Down in my good old home? All de world am snd and dreary Eb'rywhere I...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 November 1902

fs WEEDS IN PASTURE.~^I Don't OvprKrnxp, anil There May B« Fewer of Them. So long its the..conditions in nature surrounding the wild prairie grass i% main the same tiny will continue to grow in about the same proportions anil to about the same extent. Man, however, changes natural conditions violently. By breaking sod and put ting in crops be opens places which af ford room for strange, plants, weeds, the seeds of which art ••arried thence to neighboring gracing, laud. Even then they will not drive out the wild grasses if the latter are left to tbeny \ solves. On the contrary, if a farm Is | abandoned weeds may riot for a few years on the broken land, but the sod retake! the soil eventually in the praij rie regions, and the weeds are crowded out. . „.-;. V „, ..vi v ••• ■ The most common cause-, of weed in vasion of native pastures is overpastur ing, whereby the wild grasses are kept I down so that they cannot compete with | the weeds.- The la.tter, being unpalata-| ble, Usually are...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 November 1902

Che §an luan Islander. ,;•*.; -' - *•» ■ M ' ... '_ > H .-, - - "'*■',.■-• ■■■• VOL. XII. Are You Comfortable? If you are not you can be by buying an I Air-Tight Heater I The Mosi, Economical and Requires the Least Care of Any Heater on the Market I have the best make, in various sizes, and the prices are low. N. E. CHURCHILL Successor to THK SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY f*^| 1 £r\ || S^oes, Groceries DISLrifCGLS | Paints and Oils.. I want yon to know thaj; my Fall Stock of Blankets is here and a Full Line of Men's Heavy High-top Shoes. My Grocery Line is always complete. Plenty of Grass Seed, all kinds, qn hand and a full line of Paints and Oils* L. B. CARTER . ■ • P. A. JENSEN; (Successor to Martin * Jensen) * m General Merchandise B \ Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest '. Prices Charged for all Kinds of Goods. '* «*■-*- DRY GOODS STORE wß"J^ c-: Dk v*s rvrrO - Has just received..■ L/l 155^ a Fine New Line of ~~ Dry Goods and Shoes and the Shoes are Dry too and Will Ke...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 November 1902

The San Juan Islander O. U. CII.VKK. K«Ut«r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS Of THE i)A> arresting Items from Various Parts of (.Sr World— Resume of tie Less Important Happening* of the Past Vtek in Cor <irrued Form. The Central National bank, of Bos ton, has failed. Rev. James Hill, D. P., aged 88, senior member of the Indiana confer enceof the Methodist Episcopal church, is dead. The engineers ami firemen of the Grand Trunk railroad have been grant ed an increase of wages averaging from 15 to 20 p«'r cent. Irving Howbert, the Colorado Springs banker and mining man, announces himself a Republican candidate for the United States senate. Word has been received at Cleveland of the death at Battle Creek, Mich., of Circuit Judge J. P. Caldwell. His home was in Jefferson, 0. I'eath was the result of an operation. The trial of James H. Gormley. pres ident of the Masonic Fraternity Temple Association, charged with complicity to defraud Cook county of taxes in the celebrated Masonic Temple c...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 November 1902

MITCHELL HEARD C OAL STRIKE COMMISSION SITTINQ JUDICIALLY. Mitchell the First Witness—Makes a Statement of His Side of the Case and Is Cross Examined by President Wilcox — Not Much De veleped. Scran ton, Nov. 15.—The arbitration commission met for its first judicial session. Both sides were represented by a great array of counsel. Many wagon loads of records were carted into the courtroom by the operators. Sev enty-five witnesses have been called by the miners, and everything indicates a long-drawn hearing. The independent operators intends to make a special tight against the recognition of the union, and in this they are backed by the coal presidents. John Mitchell was the first witness. He wag regularly sworn and asked for a statement of the miners' side ol the rage. At the outset he said that the sole hope of future peace between em ployers and employes is a satisfactory adjustment by the action of the arbitra tion conimifsion. Mitchell then re viewed the demands of -the miners a...

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. — 20 November 1902

San jfuati Islander Till; L3ljA!tDl£tt to., Publishers. O. H. C1T1.VKR,.... ...Kditor and Manager. i. mured lit the postotHeo in Friday li.iriKir us second <-luss mail matter. Sni>>ri iiitlon PrlcV, - *1.50 I'er Year Tii3 03cial Piper ol San Juan County/ — &ut<l<ng tVa*< — To all suli"i-:!i'i-:s paying one year in advance (and urre.irs, it any) the follow- Hi: named pul>ii< itions are offered, to _'.-:.i. with tile 1 iANDER, at the com* bination ]>ri;vs i" tod, viz.: ISI. AXI >1. ■ ncd • . . Seattle Poj»i ir. ■".-.• leer, semi-weekly, $2.00 Seattle TiitK.:, weekly, - - - - i.3° ftorthwi -t m'>rtieu!;.uist -''.- - • - 1.60 \i\v York Tribune .warmer - • " - 1.80 New York Tribune review • - - - 1.80 Sew York Tribune, ri-wetkly, - - 2..0 Tim. \v. < N. Y. World, - - - 2.00 Toll 1 ;llt- 1:60 Detroit l-'rce Press, mi-weekly, - - s»oo S. P. Kxiuninei, weekly, - - - 2.50 s. P. Bulletin, Siiniluy edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Intcr-Ucvau, weekly, - '.' - ' ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 November 1902

Straightforward Advertising 4\V have read a number of articles on ( meivliaiidtelNg and advertising writ-! ten by Mr. A. B. Clark, but the follow-' j,,g which appeared in one of our VVliatcom county exchanges strikes us ss possessing »p*cM Merit! -. "Heart to l?U'art Talks with the Pa trims «>f TheFuir. ' «l4§| . "A merclmnt succeeds in business just in proportion to his ability to In, „,: v - cinlide.nce 111 the hearts of hits patrons. This truth is so old, so tried j [ lV time and experience that no one,! will attempt to dispute it;. Admitting! t fullness pf t/uth contained in the' statement, may we not. I. attention to a few of tlie things thai inspire coiif lid, nee. V\rA and foremost is absolute candor and honesty in .dealing with li, buying public. There are a multi plicity of causes for the strengthening pf confidence, but careful reasoning along any particular avenue that leads to the hearts of the peoplp will lead oii«| back to the one fundamental reason, namely, candor ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 November 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAPTER XVll—Continued. Fortunately for me the eyes of the colonel were still fixed upon the fire, or my rapid change of color must have awakened his suspicions. As it was. I do not, judging from what followed, think he noticed the change in my voice and manner. "I think I know to whom he refers; she is a nurse in the inclosure who has obtained, by her kindness, a great hold over Warren." "But why should she Interest her- Be'f in our behalf?" (Now for a lie, or the truth —which? A little of both.) "From what I hear, simple goodness of heart prompted her." "Really, really!"—this musingly; then aloud: "If you get the opportu nity. I should be deeply grateful to you if you would convey our thanks to her." "Indeed, I shall be very glad to do BO." "Now." said the colonel. In a differ ent rolce, and as though beginning a jirw chapter, "now about yourself. T will rnke up no more of the past than is absolutely necessary. I felt it to be my dtitv while In England, to place ...

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. — 20 November 1902

Washington Farmers and Stockmen Indorse Prussian Stock Food! READ THE FOLLOWING LETTERS. THEY SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. I have used Prussian Stock Food for the past three rears for Hornet, Cattle. Sheep and Hoes, three A FAT PRODUCING FOOD IT HAS NO EQUAL. I find it a thorough ren ovator;tt tone* up the system in general and nuts new life and rig or In the animal. In my Satrr business 1 find In erery Instance when fed "wording to directions It will INCREASE the flow of milk to a marked de«rree. Also with vouna animal*. c*lt*b in particular that are j,ubj<>et to SCOURS Prussian Stock Food will cb«ck the malady as if by magic. I hare tried * many kinds of foods but I —^«— ■ ■ j consider Prussian Stook'rood 4^^ y/Jt\ the BEST on the market £!_-. -■' '. ...ifia to-day.— mil Graf, Daren -1 STOCK-FOOD W\ IT DOUBLED ' J^Sr^Timi Brit Increase in Milk. C ■ W!®iial9ffl!| i Since usin the Prussian HiiiffltW*'**^ *** Btock Food with my milch K*By^jtlMjj« SJj cow I find her supply of milk gS&a...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 November 1902

Lopez Island t POUT STANLKV George Beale Ml landed hero by a laum h Saturday. Mr. Woodward, of lowa, is visiting J'imiik Kilpatrick. Mr. :uid Mrs. Jos. Biggs are liting mi ("has. Higgs' place. Mr. King, of Whatoom, called here on bu*inMß la«>t wctik. Mrs. <'. A. Ander.-mn, of Bouth J>opez, h.is Iteeil visiting Ik r relatives lie re. Rchool \ras elonod for three days last \\( ek during the absence of the teacher. Mrs. Craig. wlm lias been quite ill, has recovered and staited for the east I"hurs ilay. A party of four came on the Buckeye Saturday And wont to Dr. Muscott's hos \ ital. There will be church services at the home <>l Win. Biggs every other Sunday, lieirinning Nov. .'iit. Mr. Wycolf. funnel- purser on the Bnckevo, has been taking ti'CWtlil'pnt lit Dr. Muscutt's iiospital. Several people from Port Stanley at tended liie New lOngland dinner and • nusii-ale at tl;o hall Werjuesday opening. loi'j;z Fred Hammond is on "the sick lift. Mrs. Lee wont to Seattle Saturd...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 November 1902

Cbe San luan Islander. VOL. XII. Are You Comfortable? If you are not you can be by buying an * Air-Tight Heater * The Most EconomSca! and Requires the Least Care of Any Heater on the Market v I have the best make, in various sizes, and tho prices are low. N. E. CHURCHILL BucccMqr to TiiK sax icax TRADING company Bl^mfcofQ ! Shoes, Groceries Idl lIVC : Paints and Oils.. i, I want you to know that my Fall Stock of Blankets is hero and a Full Line of Men's Heavy. High-top.. Shoes* My Grocery Line is always complete. Plenty of Grass Seed, all kinds, on hand and a full lino of Paints and OHs. L. B. CARTER P. A. JENSEN; X (Successor to M^itTiN & Jensen) < { m General Merchandise 6 j X Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest ; X Prices Charged for all Kinds of Goods. •.:- IsaLiaaaß DRY ¥oDS STORE i ■ . _..... iimitiMiß-M*mi.-JXMjmj»iwiriii'*i*'*i'*">i _jjjrvuwwjin<mr»^*uuwmi.*J»-«w»»nir>ryrr "■■«- """■■" - |^ ■ _^ Has just received... i " UriggS ** a Fine New Line p...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 November 1902

The San Juan Islander O. n. cn.rm, Kdii.r. FRIDAY HARBOR VASH. NEWS OF TfIJTiJAY Tttrtstinjj Items from Various Parts of IN World —Resume of tHe Less Important Happenings of the Past W«ek in Lor 4rnscd Form. , Col. Ohiltree is critically ill at Hot hpriogS, Va. There is said to be no hope of his recovery. Two masked men held up the post niastc-r at Berth*, a village ten miles from Portland, and secured $104. Sir Richard .1. Cartwright, minister of trade and commerce of the Dominion of Canada, lias been made a privy coun cillor. In the Reichstag the chief of the treasury, Baron yon Thilman , an nounced that the imperial budget showed a deficit of $37,500,000. The steamer St. Louis, which sailed from Southampton Friday for New Yoik, took among her passengers (ien. Viljoen, the former Boer commander. It is announced that the construc tion of the Russian railroad from Eri< vian, a town.of Russia, 115 miles from Tiflis, to the Persian frontier, will be commened at the beginning of 190...

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. — 27 November 1902

MAY BE SETTLED SURPRISING TURN IN COAL STRIKE AFFAIRS. Mine Workers and Operators Have Agreed to Attempt a Settlement of Existing Differences—Commis sioners Approve Proposition and Will Do What They Can to Assist Scranton, Pa., Nov. 22.—The mine workers, through their representatives, have agreed with the mine owners to attempt to adjust the differences exist ing between them outside the anthra cite coal strike commission. The pro position was made on a compromise basis, and negotiations, it is expected, will at once be entered upon, with a reasonable hope of settlement, with the aid of the arbitrators. The rough proposition which is to form the basis of negotiations is a ten per cent, in crease in wages, a nine-hour day, and trade agreements between • the miners and the company by which they are employed. The only one of the four demands not touched upon is that of the weighing of coal by the legal ton. While both sides have expresed a will ingness to settle their differences among...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 November 1902

San Juan Islander Till: ISLANDER CO.. !*iil>ll*lutk. O. 11. CI7I.VKR 1 Kditor and Manager. Kntered at the postofllco In Friday Harbor .i-> second class ntnil matter. 5i11... hi Price, • 11.10 Per Year The Official' Paper ol San Juan County. _* Clubbing Mat =- To all subscribers paying ■!!• year in idvance and arrears, if any) the follow* 1 ng named publlcatlou* are otForedi to- j Bother with the [SLANDKIt, at the com- J biuatinn ] pi ■'■•■ quote I, viz.: I9LA N Dl. nnd ' Seattle Post-Intel! Bcml-weekty, |a.oo j Seattle Times, weekly, - i.Soj Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune farmer - ■ - 1.80 1 New York Tribune Review - ... 1.80 i New York Tribune, •ri-weekly, - - to Th"rice-»-Week N. Y. World, - - - a.oo { Toledo Blade, -. r.60 j Iviioit I'irr Press, Bemi-weekly, - - J.OO j S. I", l^iauiiner, weekly, ... 2.50: s. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 j Citictgo Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15] St. Paul Pi nn er I'ress, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald a...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 November 1902

y j! Local and personal ;! j-i .-i feet and oyster cocktails at i -• * ; 'f| u . i. ,'ik and county olliccs will be] c lu.M?d today. . • ; - ♦/ : |'" :;• i ,1a js Burke l.s home agaiii from a trip 1" Seattle and Fairhaveu. ups —parlor, kitchen and glass, at Flic's. . * | (jeuc C Gould is spending Thanks „■ ■ ••;,!>•• with his family and parents in Scat tie* »_ —. . (Vi.iiv-; Clark returned to IWxt Sound T;; sil:iy after a visit of several days w iih her father. . , I' | ■ t• iliforhm Port VYfiie ■■) ,50 per . tt t \V>>H & Llghthi art's. ]■). W. Mi'Gfary aud". family have moved into town from their farm and art- occupying the Nllethk» cseu house. _-*—t— —' ]• X. Christiansen came down from the'Stuarl island light station Tuesday tospeiul Thanksgiving with his family. }■{<:<. (}. N. .Culver and her Bister, >li-i ken, came over, from Doe Bay yesterday for a little visit with O. H. Culver ana family. ■ ( ;: wler rained a lot of luscious table carrots this year One ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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