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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 November 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. Cl 1 A.PTEB XVII I—( on tinned. "It is no business of mine," «3ho said, "that you choose to marry a girl of Miss IViham's " "Miss Milne!" I said, sternly. "I have no objection, I say, to you marrying MiM Pelham." she contin ued, "but there are certain difficulties in the way—that " "What do you mean?" I snid. "What fresh deviltry are you brewing? Are you not satisfied?" For, as though the blight of her ex istence were not sufficient, the horri ble thought crossed my mind that she had yet another curse in store for me. "Do you think." she asked, turning to me and speaking in a stmngely gen tle, piteous tone —"do you think I am BUCh a fool as not to know that while I live Colonel Pelham will never allow you to many his daughter? He will. of course 1, think of me always as he knew mo; and perhaps, after all. I am not much altered, but I feel as though time had drawn my fangs. You went to Manly the other night; you had a long interview with Colonel Pelham; you came hom...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 November 1902

The following njles have been com piled for amateurs: 1. Do not put the principal object of Interest in the exact center of the pic ture. 2. Do not have the light and shade in patchy spots all over the picture. 3. Do not have the lines in the pic ture sloping off to one side, nor have figures apparently walking off the pa per. 4. Do not have prominent objects In o straight line, nor with equal spaces between them. 5. Remember that an effect of dis tance is produced by lack of sharpness of outline as well as by diminishing size. 6. The picture should tell but one Btory, so that the beholder may never be in doubt what the author Intended WHERE EDGAR ALLEN POE LIVED. Tragic Story of the Fordham Houae, Where Hia Wife Died. Few homes associated with men of genius have attracted more sympa thetic and melancholy Interest than the little cottage In Fordham, N. V., where the bitter tragedy of Edgar Poe's life was played nearly to the end. Ue established himself at Fordham In 1R46 with his yo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 November 1902

: nN D. p, £3 v.l • SILO BUILDING. Circular Sllon IlliiMrnted—Point* on Doors, Hoops mill Hoofs. Silo builders may find something to Interest them in a number of points from a bulletin on the silo and silage by J. Withycombe of the Oregon sta tion: The consensus of opinion of those who have studied the silo problem in dicates that the circular form is prefer- Kli.o OUTSIDE i)i I'.VKN. able. There are, bowev< r. many square and rcctanjnilar silos in successful op . ration. Especially is this the case ■will) til-.-" having grounded corners.. Where great strength and large capac it.v are demanded the frame circular bIIo will* best meet the requirements, This form of silo, can be made quite durable by plastering tbf Inside with cement The circular slave Kilo, owing to its simplicity and economical con struction, seems to fully meet the re quirements of the farmer. With this form of silo properly erected tin* waste of silage is reduced, to the minimum. Perhaps more serious losses have...

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

€b£ San Islander. . : ' r''J&. VOL. XII. Are Yon Comfortable?! ■ • ■ ■ -•••>*.*' , |P If you are not you » 0 can fee by buying an i I Air-Tight Heater 1 1 The, Most Economical and t Requires the Least' Care of J Any Heater op the Market >\ 4 S I have the best make, in various sijjes, 1 \ and the prices are low. l # r ■■ r ■ i.. 4 N.E.CHURCHILL Successor to THE SAN JUAX TRADING COMPANY # __.. . ——• ———™ l ilsl2iniV© LS Paints and Oils.. loJTIiVwLo i Paints and Oils.. I want yon to knqw that lny Fall Stock of Blankets is here and a Full Line of Men's Heavy High-t0p.....'.!;;, Shoes. , My Grocery Line is always complete. Plenty of Grass Seed, all kinds, on hand and a full line of Paints and Oils- L. B. CARTER ——————————^ ■ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦»+ »♦ ♦ » ♦ ♦+"»♦+• ++**>♦♦♦♦♦++♦♦+♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ P. A. JENSEN; ' (Successor fo Martin & Jknsbn) ." m General Merchandise m j • Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest ! : Prip^s Charged for all Kinds of Goods. ? iTH,^ w? , dry^oodsWor...

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

CAN CURB TRUSTS President Believes Congress Has the Power. Past Year Has Kmpha^ized the Ad visability and the Necessity lor IHiiiiK So:--:Messa«e' Declares Against TarilT lteduction:--:ln President's Opinion It Would lie. Wholly Ineffective to Kelie\e Condition* and Would Mean Abandonment of intelligent Kt forts Against Trusts :--:Lejsisla tlon lor Alaska. WABHINOTON, U. C, Tuesday, Dec. 2. — Tne President's message was read in House and Senate at uoon today. The reading occupied au hour, and wan an follows: To the Senate and House of Representa tives: We still continue in a period of un bounded prosperity. This prosperity is not the creature of law, but undoubt edly the laws under which we work have been Instrumental In creating the con ditions which made it possible, and by unwise legislation it would be easy enough to destroy it. There will un doubtedly be periods of depression, 'me wave will recede; but the tide will ad vance. Tihis Nation is seated on a continent Banked by two ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 December 1902

MATTEE OF FORM TREATY NOT NECESSARY TO BUILD CANAL. gpch Is the Belief of Chairman of Senate Committee on Foreign Re lations—Believed Colombia Will Try to Sell Canal Right to Some One Else. Washington, Nov. 29.—Senator Cul lom, chairman of the committee on foieign relations, believes it is un necessary for the United States to ne gotiate a treaty with the Colombian government in order to secure the right to construct a canal across the isthmus of Panama. He believes, moreover, tbat the poini has been reached where thin government is almost justified in informing Colombia that we intend building the canal in any event, either with or without the consent of that government. Mr. Cullom, together with other leading members of the administration, is thoroughly out of patience with the attitude of the Colombian authorities. IW believes that Colombia has no praiseworthy or even justifiable motive in obstructing the negotiatoin of a treaty. A leading member of the administra tion said, in a...

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

San 3uan Islander THE IBL.ANDKH bo., rublUlnrn. O. 'I. CL'I.VKR. i; ;..Kditor,and Manage!. Entered at the postoillo In Friday Harbor as second clam mall matter. ,?■— " Subscription Price, - »i..">O Tor \>i»r Taie Official Paper ot San Jaan County. _ Clubbing Lis' .L To all subscribers [>»>■;! one year In ndvanco (and arrears, if ;*i:v; the follow- j ii.' named publications are offered, to _'. • in- with the [SLA S DER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER and Seattle Port Intelligencer, semi-weekly, ii.no, ie tic Times, weekly, ... - i.So Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer - - - i.So [ New York Tribune Review - - - » I.So New York Tribune, 'ri-weckiy, - • ' 2.10 ■ Thrice-a-Week x. Y. World, - - - 1.00 ' Toledo Blade, ' 1.60 Detroit Free Tress, semi-weekly, • - 2.00 S. F. Rxaminer, weekly. ... 2.50 1 S. I". Uulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 ! Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 St. Paul Pi inrei Pre.ss, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Fam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 December 1902

TAKING A SHREW [Original,] ,": • "I'm afraid," said my friend Petet Bliss, "that the girl Via going to marry Is a shrew.* 1 >\ , ; V , ( , "You are Pete, and she is Katherine. Why not try Petrueio's plan?" "Who was Petrucio?" < "A character in Shakespeare's play of the •Taxiing of the Shrew.' He pre tended to be fiercer than bis wife Kath ine and in this way brought her iiri dcr subjection." "That's not a bad idea." J \ •;, The next time I saw.; .Peter Bliss was at the club. His wife was jn the country, and he was living a bachelor's life. I wont lip to him and offered my hand, which he took very coolly. •'What's the matter, old man?" "What did you put mo on to that Pi> trudo business for?* "JJ'}■ "Didn't it workV" - , | "Oh. yea, it worked, but in a different way from the play." I lighted a cigar and sat down by him. "We bad been married a week," he said, "and returned from our wedding trip. I pol down that play you told ax: :il • :it and read it The first thing that I'etr...

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

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAPTER XX—Continued. The crowd growing excited on the beach, the shouts of the superinten dent to Dr. Moore, who was leaning over the fence, the rage of the cap tain at being kept waiting, all com bined to keep away any chance of reading ray letter, anxious as I was to do so. ••It's? no use waiting, captain," said the superintendent; as he hobbled up the pier. "Dr. Moore says the nurse is out in the inclosure and has not been seen since 7 o'clock this morn ing. Tell the authorities I sent you off, and, if she is found she can go tomorrow, on with the next boatload." "Come, Charley, jump on board; they are just starting." "I don't think I'll go," replied Char ley. "Not go! not go!" exclaimed th«! old man full of astonishment. "I thought everybody was so anxious to go away, and here, in the very first boatload, there are two massing; come, jump aboard!* ' "No: I'll wait till the next." "Perhaps you will not be allowed to go by that," said the Ancient Mari nor. with ...

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

' CATARRH OF LUNGS. A Prominent Chicago Lady Cured by Pe-ru-na. Mies Maggie Welch, secretary of the Betsey Kosb Educational and Benevo lent Society, writes from 328 North -tate street, Chicago, 111., the follow ing glowing words concerning Peruna: "Last fall I caught the most severe cold I ever had in my lfie. I coughed night and day, and my lungs and tl-n*at became bo sore that I wan in .uiBB iuaggie vveicn. great distress. All cough remedies uauseateud me, and nothing afforded me relief until nay doctor said, rather in a joke, 'I guesa Peruna is the only medicine that will cure yuo.' "I told him that I would certainly try it, and immediately sent for a bot tle. I found that relief came the first day, and as I kept taking it faithfully the cough gradually diminished, and the soreness left me. It |j fine."— Maggie Welch. Addreps the Peruna Mediacine Co., Columbus, Ohio, for free literature on catarrh. It Came Home to Him. The jokesmith called upon the father of the young lady and as...

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

Lopez leland RICHARDSON " 11. P. Olsen and family will move soon to Stan wood. . < ><> Capt. Samuel Barlow is again in Rich ardson looking after the Barlow ranch. : Jas. L. Davis and wife loft lastVoek for their new home near Victoria. ' The new school holism la progressing rapidly,' being nearly, enclosed. * J ' The steamer Black Cat in picking up piling around tho south end of Mb" island. ' Linley Davis is home from the lower Sound where he has been lishing'for tin N. A. F. Co. ' ' ' >•.'•' The ball given last Friday evening b.\ (he L. 0. T. M. lodge was a grahd'success, l>oth socially and financially^ ' John Hundley returned from Anacortes last week and is busily 'engaged inbuild in« fence where flic tiro 'hurned last fall. Bid Wilson has his new house com pleted and is at home, keeping horite. Now, girls, who vill go and keep hou>e for him? '■ Lopez tamp No. 5957, M. W. A., will give its annual ball Friday night, Decem ber 'h\. Dance and supper £1. Every bod...

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

Che San Islander. VOL. XII. Are You Comfortable ? If you are not you can be by buying an 1 Air-Tight Heater"! The Most 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 £jl9.nK@tS I feints and Oils.. ICU lIVOIO [faints and Oils- I want yon to know that my Fall Stock of Blankets is here and a Full Line of Men's Heavy High-top Shoes* My Grocery Lino to .always, complete. Plenty of.. Grass Seed, all kinds,, on hand and a full line of Paints and Oils. L. B. CARTER |P. A. JENS EN | ♦ (Successor to MARTix & Jknsen) V ♦ Ji ■—■—. »*- r y I ii General Merchandise li I; ♦ . .. '' X Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest - X Prices Charged for all Kinds of Goods.. < : \^^M DRYGOOIJ^ STORE 1j ?x-=i.k.^.. DRY GOODS STORE oyS-Jl'A;'c"-| r^KirrrrO -' received... L^l ig^O j a Fine New Lirie of Dry Goods^d^Shoe^ * . and the Shoes are Dry too an...

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

The San Juan Islander O. n tiLTIR, Ktiu.r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF TEE KAY interesting Items from Various Parts of t%t Id-; Resume of t\e Less Import** Happening* of the Past Wtck in Cop driued Form. Seventy thousand people attended the international Livestock Exposition at Chicago Thursday. William Henry Welch, traveling passenger agent of the New York Cen tral railroad, is dead. Charles B. Harton, a well-known Coast newspaper man, died at San Francisco, Thursday, of consumption. Dr. Harrison Conklin, a recent ar rival from the East, died at the home of his son, Lester Conklin, near Ewarts ville. Dickinson hall, the big recitation building of the Princeton uni'-ersity, narrowly escaped being burned to the ground. Fjre that broke out under the stage in the Grand Opera House, at Stillwater, Minn., from an unknown cause, caused a loss of $175,000. The Wisconsin football team has abandoned its plan to visit the count this winter for games with California and Stanford universities. ...

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

ANTI-TRUST BILL LITTLEFIELD MEASURE FAVORA BLY CONSIDERED. House Sub-Committee on Judiciary Reports to the Pull llommlttce. Bill Provides for Publicity in Regard to Affairs of All Large Corporationß< Washington, Dec. 7.—The sabcom niittee of the house judiciary commit tee, to which were referred anti trust bills, has reported favorably to the full committee on Mr. LittlefiekTs bill pro viding for giving publicity to the affairs of commercial combinations, with certain amendments. Acting Chairman Jenkins, of the judiciary committee, has appointed a subcommittee, consisting ot Eepreaent atives Littlefleld, Maine; Overstreet, Indiana; JPowera, Massachusetts; De Armond, Missouri, and Clayton, Ala bama, to which all anti-trust bills, in cluding the publicity bill, have been referved. The publicity bill as amend ed, provides that every corporation, joint stock company or similar organi zation engaged in interstate or foreign commerce, and every such corporation which shall hereafter be...

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

Sin jfuan Islander THE ISLANDEK CO., Publisher!. o7 11. CULVIiR, Editor and Manager. I it«rad at tlic> poatofflce in Friday II irborusefeond olaas mail matter. gnbvn-lpttofi Price. - «M..-»O IVr Year Tla Official Paper ot San Joan County. _ Clubbing List •- To till snb'eril'crs. paying one year in advance (and arrears, if any), lll(> foltow nit named publications aro offered, to- 1 >;, her with the [SLANDER, at the com bi> ation prices quoted, vi/.: ISI.ANDKK ami Seattle Iligencer, semi-weekly, $2.00 { Se.utlc Time*, weekly, .... i.v> Ni tiiwr-t Horticulturist .... 160 x- v York Tribune Farmer - - - 1.80 New York Tribune Review - - - - iJoi K«f York Tribune, ♦ri-neckly, - - 2.10 1 i- „.■.;, Week N. Y. World, - - - »■» Toledo Blade, '- ° Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 j S. F. Kxaminer, weekly, - - - 2 -5° | S. P. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 1.00 Chicago Inter-Oceau, weekly, - - 2 i.s St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star ...

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

WINTER IN JAPAN. •The Sfative* Make Little Effort t« Combat the Trying: Conditions. '.. The Japanese winter is most trying on account of its continual dampness, but the Japanese are content to remalc cold. They make almost no effort tc overcome it. The old "bushido"" (chiv alrous) idea of the "samurai" (knights); was that it was effeminate to feel cold, an 1 such is their severe training that the:* do not really feel it as we do. The wearing of some extra "kimonos" and tie use of a "hibaehi" or brazier In" which are a few tiny sticks of lighted! charcoal are the only "concessions to -liter weather. With the "hibachi" 1 they never pretend to heat more than their linger tips, which they hold over the coals, It is used when the house is entirely open. The houses, as every one knows, are l-.uilt of thin, light wood, and the slid ing panels which serve for doors and windows have paper panes. They are sis apt to be open as doted during the day. The coolies wear thin blue cotton clothes an...

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

CHAPTER I. "June! June! where arc you?" "I am here," unsworn ii charming voice, and the owner of it trips out from behind a rosebush, holding a cluster of half blown crimson blossoms of which she hus despoiled it. June, the month, links spring to sum mer; in June the birds sing their sweetest, the senses are keenest; June boars the hope and promise of the year. June has hot (its and cold fits, summer skies and angry tears, balmy airs and chilling winds. June is young and fresh, bright and hope ful, gay and careless in the faith of good days to come; June, when fair, is fairest of the fair: and June the month is a fit prototype of Jane the smiling maiden who answers so promptly. Ifadge, a hoyden of sixteen, pounced Upon her cousin, thrust a vigorous hand through her arm, and cried, in jubilant accents: "Tom has come, Of course he asked for you at once, and Aggie said she thought you had gone home; but I said I kDCW you hadn't, and that 1 would find you; whereupon Tom beamed." By tin*...

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

/ Coughed " I bad a most stubborn cough for many years. It deprived me of sleep and I grew very thin. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was quickly cured. 0 r. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Term. Sixty years of cures and such testimony as the above have taught us what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. We know it's the great est cough remedy ever made. And you will say so, too, after you try it. There's cure in every drop. Three sixes: 25c, 50c., SI. All drafitsts. Coniolt your doctor. If he •»?■ take It, then do as he says. If he tells yon not to take It, then don't take It. He knows. Leave it with him. We are willing. v J. C. ATER CO.. Lowell. Mass. Rough on Father. Perdita — If you continue much longer to play cards with my father, I won't marry you." Jack Dashing— If your father con tinues to play cards much longer with me, I won't need to marry you. Conservation of Energy. "vVhat was yonr idea in having Bertha learn typewriting?" "Well, ehe was always drumming with her fingers, and ...

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

Lopez Island LOPKZ Thr Uadtos 1 Aid S.x-iety will ffive an old fashiomd social at M. W. A. hall on tha Iflth ins;. The special feature of tin even ingWillbe the «>ld fushionod "skulk,'" eanrying tha "olil t.mer" back to hoy hood's happy days, the <>U1 red school house, "stone bruises," etc Ladies are requested to bring lunch baskets* which will In auctioned off. Coffee will be sold at booths, A good social time is antici pated and everyone is cordially invited. DEAI li OF wm. HKAITIE Win. Seattle, fOf more than tventy yearsa resident of Lopes island, died at (he home of Cap*. R. L. Buoiner, at Blame, Friday afternoon, December f>, and \\a* buried at I'nion ccmotery,Lopez, Tuesday afternoon, the 9th inst. 11*^ was 7.! years. 1 month and 18 days old, having been born at• London, Ontario, in 1829. He cam* to Puget&ound in ISTUfrom the Island ..r Tallin. o«eof th< Society group in tbe South Pacific He moved to Lopes bland January 28,1879, and resided here . ontinuouti...

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

be Ban Itian Islander VOL. XII. Santa Glaus Is Here j All sorts of Useful and Orna- 5 mental things suitable f0r...,. J j HOLIDAY GIFTS ! J , i i Toys, Notions- Good Things I p to Eat, Fine Things in Dry * ? Goods and Wearing Apparel i \- N. CHURCHILL I p Successor to ril l-; SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY I P «_ i — ; —; —— ——" « \ ■""■'-•■. Bl 1 4L I Shoss, Groceries jO^ICO IJ&tJib Paints and Oils.. I want you to know that ; my Fall Stock of Blankets is hero and a Full Line of Men's Heavy High-top Shoes. v My Grocery Line is always complete. 1 Plenty of Grass? Seed, all kinds, on hand and a full line of Paints and Oils. L. 13 CARTER ' j ♦ M ♦ ♦ »444»>-H-»>4 > MM ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦- |P. A. JENSEN: ♦ (Successor to Maiitin A: Jensen) * 1.3 General Merchandise i; j : Highest Prices Paid for -Farm ■ Produce and Lowest < ► Prices Charged for all Kinds of 'Goods. , < ► __ v i [t..k^,,, DRY GOODS STORE °FS-Jlfici ... -.... ~ - ■^MM>iiNw>»>l»wi'r»wifnrri " -■■**' ■ i mii...

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