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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 January 1903

San 3 uan Islander THE ISLANDEK,CO., FublUlier*. O. H. CUOVKR,...i..t...Kditor and Manager. Entered at the postotTjee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. Subscription Trice. - #1.50 Per Year The Official Paper ol San Juan County. -m Cl-Jbbln.T List — « To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, if; any) the follow dlt named publications* an* frffered, to gether with the ISLA NIH'.K at the com bination price's quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKR ami Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Mini-weekly, $2.00 Seattle Times, weekly," .... 1.80 \ Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 i New York Tribune lariner - - - 1.80 Mew York Tribune Review - ... 1.80 New York Tribune, 'rt weekly, •• - 2.10' riiiiiv-ii \\\< N. % World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, - - - - - - 1.60 Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 S. K. Kxamiuer, weekly, ... 2.50 •v V. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.c*> Chicago Injter-Ocean, weekly, -,' - 2.''5 St. Paul I'ioni'er Ptei ■ weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Paniily He...

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. — 1 January 1903

notice; and_summons' jn the Superior Court of the State of Wash ington, for San Juan County. <lUI 'i'aintur' 1^ inU"Lt>ipiU within and of the State of Washineton M- S'^§^^M^MMM{ Unk»own F.,P. Dow, Joseph Hilton'. W. 11. turner. —- AlcAliirraV. Unknown. (Joojrge Wright Jacob lilti - wander, Charles I)erry. John Johnson. John Mc-ditton si" <* r ,-L 1 known. W W. Mhljory, Unknown, J lAnllc % i{ P 'C\n Unkn«nv,V l^a all persons unknown it any, having or claiming an Int. rest, liil or fetatcffn and to lite hereinafter described lands and real property, co-defendants Tin--State of Washington to M. S. Norman, K. C. Ami C B \['.Y,.n Vi ' known; K. P. Dow, Joseph Hilton, W. lir^ber^^KicMhrl^^^u^^ & \-, right, Jacob BintiwMger. Charles Berry, John Johnson? .1 olm SShIS? S. II; S. «Jr.-.y Unknown, \V. \V. Malloiy, Unk.J.own, J. K.,w1,., >. P C.l U ' Xli „,;.. and all pers.ms unknown, if any, having or clailninn an Inter* title o. estif Hi an. flthe hereinafter described lands ,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 January 1903

CHAPTER VII. The cricket match had taken ■ place. Tom's eleven, thanks to Dallas, had won a glorious victory. The guests were pone from the Hall. It was a lovely afternoon, with a soft west wind. Never had June looked to such advan tage as she did that evening at dinner. There was a lovely color in her cheeks, a new light in her eyes; her voice had a joyous ring; she seemed to be an incarna tion of pleasure and happiness. "Would not you jroong people like to go Into the garden 1" said Mrs. Ellesinere the moment dinner was over, and they obeyed her suggestion with alacrity. "Let us pet Into the boat," whispered Dallas; and June pave a radiant assent. Twilight was creeping on, all nature was hushed; they might have been the only two living creatures on earth. And, for the time being, they would have been con tent to have the world to themselveß. To night June knew the difference that the society of Another human being can make to all life, to all nature —knew how it can 1111 every mom...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 January 1903

THE OLD JOLKSJT HOME Are Never Without Peruna in the House for Catarrhal Diseases. MR. AND MRS. J. 0. ATKINSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO. Under date of January 10, 1897, Dr.! Hartman received the following letter: "My wife had been suffering from ai complication of diseases for the past 25 j years. "Her case had baffled the skill of some of the most noted physicians. One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years' standing. "She also was passing through that: most critical period in the life of a woman—change of life. In June, 1895, I wrote to you about her caee. You advised a course of Peruna and Manalin, which we at once commenced, j and have to pay it completely cured j her. She firmly believes that she would have been dead cnly for those wonderful remedies. "About the same time I wrote you; about my own case of catarrh, which I had been of 25 years' standing. At 1 times I was almost past going. I com-! menced to übo Peruna according to your . instructions and contin...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 January 1903

Lopez It) I and i.otk/. Ooy Kent has returned from S^ttlr. F.ber and <). Bruns are borne fn h Anacortes. The Woodmen ball Friday ni,Mit tn well attendod. Fred Holton, of Seattle, spent Christn ac \rith his pareota here. Mrs. Woollett, of Whatcom, is visitii r friendi on the island. Ed Blowers, of Seattle, spent Christ n a^ on the inland, returning Saturd.iv. Mi« 9 Dill had the misfortune to ci ■ ! her ri^ht wrist bone Tuesday by f» Hi . Mr. Ireland, oflfortfa Dakota, »h v ing his brother, Rev. Mr. Ireland, h family. Mrs. Maybee and daughter, of Win ro'ii. are visiting her brother, R'v. v Ireland. lid Buckley, of San Juan, Ttatted I s •later, Mrs. Ison Liohteoberg, a fe • d last week. Miss Dora Butler, of Anacortes, sp nl the holidays here visiting her gran parents, Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. BultOtl. KKSOI.I* 1 tONS Whereas^ Qrim Death with his siokh has removed frflhi the home of ooa oi friends and neighbors, Mr. and Larnitiee, their little baby boy Ralph m December 7, 1902; Resolved. Th...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 January 1903

Ck San Kuan Istandci'. '•■*■ '■ ■ ." '; KB ' „, ■:,.,, , .^^' ' ™ VOL. XII. N;E: CHURCHILL ii : • 0 ... Successor to THE SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY ? '' '. 4) General Merchandise j ..'■:;■.■■ A i • l| . Farm Implements. $ Flour and Feed i Largest and Finest Store in # Sanjudn County J .' . ••- "•• ■■•■■ --■* ? < <. ' _^ ■-.■« •. , ■ . mIHH»Ht»MOHM»m<H»U»HHMMM ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ P. A. JENSEN! (Successor to MARTiJf & Jensen) . : 1J .'., », =.:•■ ..: • . y * : ■ -.■ ■■ ■ „; ;v a General Merchandise i§ I Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest «► Prices. Charged for all i Kinds of\Goods. , ' '-► —in 11. , :., . :: lka^o DRY GOODS STORE oyß-J^co-| ♦ ♦♦♦♦MM ♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•+♦♦ H »H ♦♦♦»♦+♦♦♦♦ HH+tM i I t L *, lJ i- - :I f) -n^-^j-^jx^-jL.i _.. —_ijj. -2 —...^^^^^—^^^^_—^t^^^^int<if«*Ammi>a. ririCtrCT^ - Has just Received,.. L/I igi^^O """ a Fine New Line of Dry Goods arid Shoes and the Shoes are Dry too and Will Keep , Your Feet Dry. Try Them. . Highest Market Prices Pai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 January 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H CI'LVIK, Kdltar. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS Oi 1 THE PAT RHef Summary of !.<•*>•. Irapo.rant, Though not the iitsa Irteresttng, Happenings of the Weelt, From 111 Parts of the World. Lumber hap begun to arrive for Ever ett's new depot. The cup challenger, Shamrock 111, will be ready for launching April 1. Portland iron workers have been con ceded a nine-hour day, without reduc tion of wages. The fine barracks at Fort Brady, Mich., which were built in 1892, have been completely destroyed by fire. The loss iH $80,000. The combine of malleable iron con cerns of the country has b**en postponed because, it is said, the time for launch ing it is inopportune. Fire in the warehouse of Franklin MacVeagh &,Co., wholesale grocers, at Sixteenth street and Newberry avenue, Chicago, canned a loss of $150,000. Bishop Wells of the East Side diocese at Walla Wnlla has left for the east for the purpose of securing an endowment for St. Paul's school at that place. Let...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 January 1903

CHINA INDEMNITY ACTION OF POWERS REOARDED WITH CONCERN. Will Refuse to Receive Silver in Payment of Indemnity— Danger Is in Possible Demands for Ter ritory or Concessions from China. Hague May be Suggested. Washington, Jan. s.—The state de partment has received confirmatory gdvicet from Peking of the declination of the power* to recei"e their second indemnity installment on the silver ba g js. It is understood that the declina tion was not accompanied by a threat, but the action itself is regarded as sin ister, if, as has been puggested, it is not taken with a view to making a record of the position of the powers in this mat ter. The situation is regarded here as warranting some concern, though, un less the Washington government in ut terly to discredit every statement of the powers in the past two years, whenever the possibility of a division of China came up, it cannot believe there is an intention to proceed to extremes. It is again suggested that the time is ripe for the referen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 January 1903

San Juan Islander THE ISLANDEU CO., Publishers. O. H. CULVER,.. Editor mid Manager. Entered at the (KMtOf&M in Friday II sir boras second class mail matter. Subscription Price, - #1.50 Per Year .The Official Paper ot San Joan County. _■ Clubbing List — To all subscribers paying one year in Advance (and arrears, if. any) the folio ns{ named publications arc offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLAND!-^ and S9^. Seattle Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $a.oo Seattle Times, weekly,' .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 Kew York Tribune Farmer - - - 1.80 New York Tribune Review - - - - 1.80 New York Tribune, ♦ri-weekly, - - 2.10 T'irice-a-\Veek N. V. World, ... 2.00 Toledo Blade, - • • - - - 1.60 Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 S. F. Examiner, wtekly, ... 2.50 S. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean," weekly, - - 2.15 St. Paul Pioneer Puss, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star ... 2.00 1 .i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 January 1903

notice; and summons In the Superior Court of the State of Wash ington, for San Juan County. SaU Jpia!nmr y mUUiCIPaI W>riWrßtiOn WUhin and of S^te of Washington against known, unknown, if any, oVeiaimh nY™ in't,S ilu t m;.V 1 llklIown« "y ' ,l "'• I the hereinafter descried l. nd o • ciii 1 £..„ hVf ,\ i Ilkll"w». '""I ■« X tlie hereinafter described iandl JSdSSpS^/SSerS^iT^ '" "* The State-of Washington to M. S. Norman It C Am* r v \i v n tV s ' (tnown, K. P. Dow, Joseph Hilton, W. H Surher" — M mL,',? Vl U"* You and each of you. and all of you are hereby notified thVit the «if i.,,,1 plaintiff, BAn Juan County (a municipal Forporation of and within Xc SSS of \Vash ingtoti) is the her and ho of one general certificate of up induecv' „ U v k form. which was issued by theCounty.Treasurer of San Juan „„ ty Wnsl i.itn , on and of the date of June 10, A. D. 1902, to said San Juan Count" for the turnm ni and sun. ol money, due and owing and delinquent fqr the delinquent tuxes for the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 January 1903

• CHAPTER IX. Mrs. Trevanion and Dallas had lunched and were sitting in the pretty, shady drawing room in London. Dallas had unbosomed himself entirely to his dear friend—had told her all his story, some parts of it twice over. "Have you told me all?" says Mrs. Tre vanion, presently. "All." He had not said anything about having kissed June; but, after all, that was a mere detail. "And you did not tell hef that you loved her or hint a word about marriage?" "No. Of course, she could see by my manner that " "Of course." smiles Mrs. Trevanion, thinking how very unmistakable Dai's manner is when he is in love. "And you think that she " Dallas nods, and looks the least bit shy. "Does it sound very conceited to say BO?" "It is just possible," observes Mrs. Tre vanion, with a lurking smile, "that she may have taken a fancy to you. But if you have given your word to your cou sin " Dallas frowns and opens and shuts his cigarette case with a snap, which is a trick of his when worried and perpl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 January 1903

a Phonetic Similarity. j "So you are going to take your airship and go home?" "I am." answered the aeronaut "Simply because funds are not forthcoming?" "Precisely. You have in your own language, if I remember it correctly a proverb which says. 'Monoy makes the air blow.'"—Washington Star. For conghs and colds there is no better medicine than Piso's Cure for Consump tion. Price 25 cents. r Appropriate. A New York church will group all its various activities in one big sky scraper. There seems to be some thing appropriate in churches resort ing to Bkyscrapers.—Philadelphia Ledger. _^ Mothers will Cna Mrs. VTlnsiow's Sooth ing Syrup the best remedy to use lor their Shildren dnring the teething period. Record Offertory. Australia's biggest offertory was taken up at the consecration of the Bishop of Carpentaria in Sydney ca thedral. It amounted to £8,500, and is perhaps the largest on record. CITC Fennanennr Curea So flu or nerronsnen rl I after first. lay> iu«>of Dr. Kline's Great...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 January 1903

Orcae Island DOK HAY AM) OLUA Aloise Schinidle has beert spendirig a few 'liiys in the bay cities. The Doo H;«y school reopened Monday after a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Sluj'ter visited Fri day Harbor the first of the week. Mrs. I*. Soderl-ciij and children nre upending a few days in Fairhaven. There was a pleasant little drince a^ Win. Viereck's one evening last week, there being about thirty present. Misses Mary am} Schinidle re lurncd to Whatcoju, Saturday after a short vacation at t.ieir hpnie near Doc Bay. Mrs. Arno FaicJmrst spent New Year's with her sister,, Airs. (.'. S. Rice, return ing^o. her hoiiio In Whatcom Saturday aighl. Wtn. Viereck, Hr.uee Willis aud T. C. Morrow were «t tlucounty seat this week mi business before the board of eonunis bioners. The people wi the vicinity oi Obstruc tion pass have petitioned the commission ers for the estnlj-lishinent of a public road from the pass to Olgfc. They huve been "patieol and long sulVeringV for many years and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 January 1903

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER VOL. XII. Do You Want Your Moneys "Worth? : : : : : If so buy your Goods of::::: CHURCHILL TERMS CASH P. A. JENSEN! (Successor to Martin <V Jensen) JJ ; a General Merchandise B j| Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce and Lowest Prices Charged for all Kinds of Goods. ■• ;t.. b l^»u DRY^OODS^TORE -S-J-C"j FYriCrCrQ - H%sj"st received... pry Goods and Shoes ami the Shoos are >Dry too aud Will Kbep Your Feet Dry. Try Them. Highest Market Prices' Paid for Butter, Eggs, Toultry, Hides, Pelts and Produce of all kinds: ' CISEJROMiyfIMM Is Prepared to Fill Q'rdera for all kinds of Rough and Dressed , [lumber „■=. i SHINGLES I tsar at Lowest Market Prices •r" ■<- .Oflice and Mill at Washington WEST SOUNI*r :-J; WASHES GT(h\ j. a. GOULD . " • • £»« * * „,,, C«ans gene go™ San Juan County Discounts • .AuawoL°r" • « Bank « « ■ &*»» ' ;•'• Asst. Cashier > n^^Mwwii In iT^Fmi FRIDAY HARBOR Fresh Meats meat market Cash Paid for Hide* and K. ABY* '„•.;.'.■ Pelts ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 January 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H. (lI.Vl*. Kalitar. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OJb 1 THE MY Brief Summary of Less Impo. cant, Though not the L.< us Interesting:, Happenings of the Werli, Frora ill Parts of the World. Ex-Governor Hastings of Pennsylva nia is dead. Prin c Lao Pun, the emperor's neph ew, linn been appoinnted Chinese dele gate to the St. Louis world's fair. Mr. Rroderick, the British war secre tary, and Madeline Stanley, daughter of Lady JetUW, were married Monday. The main building of the plant of the Federal Manufacturing company, in South Chicago, has been destroyed by fire. The loss is estimated at $150, --000. The naval affairs committee oi the house has decided by a vote of five to four not to report the bill authorizing the transfer of Naval Constructor Hob eon to the retired list. A Panama dispatch says that all the American! serving on l>oard the govern ment gunboat Bogota have resigned, and the government has accepted their resignations. The house has passed the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 January 1903

YIELD TO FOBCE. TERMS OF POWERS ACCEPTED BY CASTRO. Conditions Cover Cash Payments and Guarantees for Balance of Claims —Minister Bowen Named as Commissioner—May Adjust Withont Reference to Hague. Caracas, Jan. 10.—After two stormy nieetings ot the cabinet all conditions -et forth in the replies to the powers to President Castro's la*»t proposal in the niatter of settling the Venezuelan dis pute through arbitration have been ac cepted by the Venezuelan government. The government considers these condi tionH to be unjust, but declared it is obliged to yield to force. The Venezue lan answer was delivered at the Uni ted States legation here at noon. The conditions of the powers ever canh payments to the allies and guaran ties for the payment of the balance of their claims. It can be said on good authorit) that the question of raising the blockade will not be considered. It was learned at a late hour laßt night that, by the terms of the notes of the foreign powers handed to President Cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 January 1903

San jfuan Islander THK ISLAXDKK CO., Publishers, o. ii. CULVER 4 ...Kditor and Afana^er. Kutered at the postoflico in Friday Hurbor as second claw* mail matter. Snl»Horii»llon Price, - Sl.JOrcrYcuf The Official Paper ol San Jain County. -m Clubbtng List «- To all subscribers paying one year iii ddv.ince (and arrears, if aiy) the follow nt n:un.-'l publicativiia »re offered, to "(•tlior with the [SLANDER, at tint com- j b^nation prices quoted, vi/.: HI.AUDI'.R and ftcnttle rost-Int'clligcncer, semi-weekly, fa.oo Seaitlc Times, weekly, - - • i-8o Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 Mew York Tribune Farmer - - - i.So New York Tribune Review - 1.80 ] New York Tribune, ».ri-weekly, - - 2.10 Thrice-a-Week N. Y. World, - - - 2.0n Toledo Blade, ....-• 1.60 Detroit Free Press, semi-week..ly, - - ion S. !•'. Kxamincr, weekly, ... a.50 S. 1". Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - • 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star ... 2.00...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 January 1903

notice; andjummons ; In the Superior Court of the State of Wash- | ington, for San Juan County. -aU Jp? a ninttff, (a nUIU- Cipal cor Pora«°» within and of the State of Washing,,.. ' against \ M. S. Norman R. C. Ams,C. B. McNal y. Unknown, P. P. Dow Joscdli Hilton \VL H. Surber. .'■—- McMiirray. Unknown. George Wright Ja"l, VinV wangerj Charles Berry. John Johnson, John McGuiirln S' H s; r v .\. it known; W W. Malh.ry, Unknown, J. Foi?o, Fr"Km U i«S ■nd % ... «>.., unknown it any, having or claiming an Intent*, tillor ,> s ate n-m i to the herein***! described lands and real property, c.wleiendants ! The State of Washington to M. 8. Norman, R. C. Vms C B. McNallv in knmvn . K. P. DOW. Joseph Hilton, W. U. Snrber. _ McMurrav I ..k.'.o-v " ,;,.,„•.,. w right, Jacob Binswan«er cWles Berry, John Johnson. John M ;Xj ' I s . .S. R.ray, I nUnown. \\ . W.Mai lory, Unknown, J. F0w1,., P. 1' Hamrt fcjii .,wii. and all persons unknown, if u«iy, having or claiming an intores title or es U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 January 1903

CHAPTER XI. February had come, bringing some «pring-like days; the feathered lovers were already serenading their ladies; primroses ii ml crocuses wen- springing to meet the lirst smile of their god. And June was decidedly growing less wan and white, her step was more plastic. (Jricf was still her master passion; but, already, Time was doing for her what he does for the young, and indeed for the old, too, only more slowly. And Tom had bravely aided Time. "Should yon ho very nngry if I wore to say something to you?" he asked June (in* 1 day. "N<>." answers Juno, placidly, with a tolerably good intuition of his moaning. "I liavi' been afraid to say a word yet," be utters, still much perturbed in his mind. "But—bat—oh, my darling, will you sonic day conic and live here for good ami all.—do you care enough for me to many mcV" June does not answer in words, but she gives a little pressure to the hand which holds hers. Alter tliat. what could any man do under the circumstances, espe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 January 1903

*T.IE PROOF OP THE PLDDINO Ufift IN THE EATINQ." The doctors are dumfounded, the druggists astonished, and the people excited and joyful over the wonderful cures and tremendous sales of the great Remedy, St. Jacobs Oil. Every case of rheumatism—some of many years' standing—has given way to this powerful remedy. Thousands of certificates like the following can be furnished as to its value: George Scleyer, publisher of the Chilton, Wis., "Volksbote," used St Jacobs Oil "for almost unbearable pains In the back, which had com pletely prostrated him." A few ap plications cured him entirely. Mrs. Fred Eberle, Bellaire, 0.. was for a long time severely troubled with rheumatism. St. Jacobs Oil in stantly relieved and entirely cured her. Rev Dr. B. Pick, of Rochester. N. V., suffered so intensely from rheu matic pains that he ws unßble to preach. Several applications from a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, "relieved him." F. Rad''°r, Cleveland. Ohio, says: ""wo applications of St. Jacobs Oil cured ...

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