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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 February 1903

San jfuan Islander tii»: ISI-.VNUKU CO., Publisher*. , O. -i. COtVBR, ...liditor and Manager. Entered at the posiolliee In Friday ll arbor as second clam mail raftUer'. Bnl»*or«i.tioii I'rlce, - 51..-.0 »'r '-''r fi6 Official Paper ol San Juan County. _ Clubbing Lift . Tt) -ill isorii'era paying one year In ad Mice (and arrears, if any) the fallow iiij n iin- 1 piiblicatlona are offered, U» - -c, i!,.. with the rSLA^DBH, at the com bination prices qtiotexl, viz.: i,i \ sin and n, ittle rost-Intcllißcnrcr, stml-wecVly, JJ.oo settilc rimi », weekly,' - |So Northwcit Ilorlicullujiat - - ■ ' '"■' Mew York Tiibuiie Partner - - - ••8o New York Tribune Review - - - ISo N, v York Tribune, triweekly, - - ■*■'" Thrice-i-Week N. Y. World, - - - a.oo roledo BUd "' Detroit |-n . Tress, semi-weekly, - • 3°° S. 1". i;\i:Minu-r. weekly, '-■-.- *■& S. I', Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2'" Chicago liiter-Ocian, weekly, - • 1 '"• ,i Paul Pioneer i l!' m, weekly, - • t.oo Montreal Family Herald and...

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. — 5 February 1903

NOTICE! AND SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Wash ington, for San Juan County. San Juan bounty (a municipal corporation within and of the Stato of Washington 1 apainst A r a Norman. R. C. Ams f C. B. McNal v; Unknown, F. P. Dow, Joseph Hilton. XV. * II Surlier. T McMurrav. Unknown. • George Wright, Jacob jiiris win „r, Charles Berry. John Join.so. 1, John MeGuigin, S. K. 8. (iray Uu known; W. W. Mallory, Unknown, J. Fo\vle;=P. P. Bsium, Unknown, anil all persona unknown, If any, having or claiming Ml interest, title or estate in and to the hereinafter described lands and real property, co-defendants. „ ''■• The State of Washington to M. S. Norman, It. C. Ams, C. H. McNally,vUn i ,\vn ''• p - Dow, Joseph Hilton, W. H. Barter. McMurrav, Unknown, rl \rae. 'Wright, Jacob Binswanger, Charles Berry, John Johnson, 1 John ;vicGnlgsn s K. S Gray, Unknown, W.W. Mallory, Unknown, J. Powle, F. P. Baum, Un -1-V-,c'vii' and all persona unknown, If any, having or claiming an interest,...

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. — 5 February 1903

CHAPTBB XVII. This is what happened to Dalian. In the afternoon, as he was sitting in li> own rooms Inditing ■ letter to the beloved of his heart, the door ripened suddenly and « veiled lady entered with some lit tie noise. There was do need for her to remove her v.'il t-> make Dallas aware that lii" visitor was Lady Dangerfield. "What is the matter?*' he cried, wring ing to his feet, "Mis lordship knows all. I have left home forever, and I have come to you." Pallas grew white under th« bronze with which the sun had dyed him. He went through ■ moment long and eompre liensivp ns that of the drowning man. IIi» love lost forever, himself saddled with a virago whom he had certainly never loved and whom he abhorred to-day, his position rained, his life done for— this was the tax on the pleasant and fashionable amusement of making love to one's neigh bor'H wife. He stood staring lit her; his face, nl wajra expressive of the emotion of the moment, wore a horror-struck expression. whi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 February 1903

My Lungs "An attack of la grippe left me with a bad cough. My friends said I had consumption. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly." A. K. Randies, Nokomis, 111. You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on, so you let it run along. Even now, with all your hard coughing, it will not disappoint you. There's a record of sixty years to fall back on. Three »ize»: 25c., enough for an ordinary <.«M- We Just right for bronchitis, hoarse ness' hard coldß, etc.; fl. most economical 'at chronic cases and to keep on hand. iO r cbioui^ c AY jj. K CO., Lowell, Ma»«. Jerusalem Artichoke. The Jerusalem artichoke has no con nection whatever with the holy city of the Jews. It is a epecies of sunflower. Why Orecn Leaves. "After all, Fat'B love for his native Isle is but natural patriotism." "Maybe. But it's a little overdone when it leads him to believe that tbe leaves are green in honor of Ireland." —New York Times. (Ircat Odds. The o...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 February 1903

. -W.ERY CULTURE. GrovrlnK l*«* r.nt-i-liimTt Knemlfl of !!;«• Vonnic I'riip. Celery seed, like that of parsley, carrot and parsnip, parti with its vi tality very quickly and is practically worthless when kept over until tin s »cond year. Tor sowing seed during, the early part of the season the plan best suited to the requlreinetjta of the' fanner or on ■••' grower of celery 1h to M'curo ■ v 0 l< 0 flat or tray (see- I I!.' first cut) übout sixteen or twenty four Inches ilccpi with plenty of small holes in the bottom for drainage. Aft er Riling with lifted soil stroke oil even with the top and either shake down the soil, or press it down by iiicuiifl of a board before the seeds an sown. Eltljcr sow In drills two Inches dpart or flutter broadcast and cover by sifting on a more sprinkling of leaf mold or Band by means of a tine sieve. This tray'can be placed in the win flow of a moderately warm room 1: the ('■.-.•, Ilin . ■■';■■ soil should b tiered by sprinkling very lightly M Kbi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 February 1903

■ ' ■* VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost N. E. Churchill Pays the Top Notch Prices for Butter . . . Kggs and Produce. \ ■■ ■- ■' .;' , . .. - f , ■ iff "T ""■"■"■""' ... ■ .. Largest Store in San Juan County. Y+-f"t tttt ftTTTTTTTTTT, TTTTTW TyTrTTyTTTy^TT T TT T'T TTTTTI Money Back if You Want It* Of Course! But Somehow Our Customers Would 1 . . Bather Have the Goods. Maybe" the man whOM dress you envy buys his clothing here. It is easy for you to make » yourself tin object of envy also. There are bigger clothing stores than this, but not in San Juan county, and there are none where you can get the same style and quality for the same low price. ....P. A. JENSEN-.... Leader In BUY GOODS and CLOTHING r hß^'h O^CTC - HaS just received^. b^JI I^^O a Fine New Line of Dry Goods and Shoes and the Shoes are Dry too and Will Keep Your Feet Dry. Try Them. • • ■''.'■ Highest Market .Prices Paid for Butter, Eggs, Poultry, . Hides, Pelts and Produce of all kinds. CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY [■ P...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 February 1903

The San Juan Islander O Jl CM.VKR. Brf.io,. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. SEWS OF THE DAT Brfef Summary of Ijcm Ii» jortmi* Though not the L>ess Interesting Happening* of the Week, Fro* All Parts of the Worl# Qrwi Northern telegraphers Imve been granted s>ilighl Incwass in wages. Ralph Milbanke, the British mini» let at Vicuna, died suddenly of beOTt disease. The Montreal Ptreet railway Htrike wan nettled after lasting Dttt one »lay. The men f(Ot all they Mk«d. Adelina Patti lian finally lifned I contract for *ixty oonoerti in Ann-rica, commencing Norember •'< next. (Governor Chamberlain lias appointed Charles W. tomes, of Baker City, m perintendent of the Oregon peniten tiary. The Oregon senate has passed Sena tor Stowvr'i oil] prohibition 1 1 1«* nle of state lands prior to the time the st:ite secures full title. Whil« workmen were tearing down an old UU)MI7 plant at Buffalo, N. V., the archways in the lower part of the taiMiUf collapsed and buried a num her of workmen. Three were ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 February 1903

PASSED HOUSE LITTLEFIELD ANTI-TRUST AfEAS- URE GOES THROUGH. After Several Amendments Designed to Make the Measure More Strin gent Were Voted Down the Orig inal BUI Was Passed by a Vote of 254 to d. Washington, Feb. 9.—By a unani mous vote of 254 to 0, the house Satur day passed the anti-trust bill. The closing chapter was devoid of excite ment. For three hours the Democrats offered a series of amendments designed to place "teeth" in the bill, but they were either ruled out of order or voted down by a strict party vote. On only one vote were the political ranks brok en. It was on an amendment offered by Mr. Thomas, Rep., of lowa, to make the tiling of returns incumbent upon all corporations mandatory. On that amendment seven Republicans voted with the Democrats. The bill as passed requires corpora tions "hereafter organized" to file re turns covering their articles of incor poration, financial composition, condi tion, etc., with the interstate commerce com mission on, penalty of bei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 February 1903

San jfuan Islander THK ISLASDKIt <'»>.. Publishers. O. Jt. CI'I.VKR KJiior and Manager. ..-.,t -•,.,! at th- „ mtotßoe in Friday U ui»>r m soeond class mail matter. S.i'»«rri|>"'>'< •'■'•<•. - 51..10 I'.r fear Th 9 Oleial Paper ot San Juan County. -. Clubbing tut .- To nil subscribers paying one year in advance (.ml stream, if any) the follow* ii" named pnbllcniiomi are offered, to gvthor with (be ISLANDEIt, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: IsJ.AN'DKIt and •- iti!. rost-lntclliffonccr, semi-weekly, $j.oo ; Scnttle Times, weekly, .... I.SO Northwest HortlculturUit .... 1.60 New York Tribune I'armcr ... j.Bo Nc* Vorlt Tribune Review ... - 1.80 New York Tribune, triweekly, - - 2.10 Thricc-n-Weik N. v World, - - - 2.00 Toledo B1 ide ..,.-. 1.60 I) roil Free Tress, weekly, • - -°° S. I- Kxamlner, weekly, ... 2,50 S. I. Bulletin Sunday edition, - - 2.<"> Chicago Intel i>• <■•>•■>■ weekly, - - 2.1s St. Paul l'ioneer l'ress, weekly, - • 2.01) M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 February 1903

| Local and personal < March Delineators and Designers at Islakdeb offlee. l- v■— 4^ ■' . : •■•■■■ • Masks, Valentines and Gilt Paper, Daneiii* Pump?.. and Slippers at Fowle's. • ■ ■ ■ , ■.:%* for \V. T. Martin was in town one evening las* week' »avjn come over from Daiigeiiew on the cutter Grant. Wanted— At the IsIaNOER office a copy of the [81/AKDBR of March 22, 1900. The publishers will pay well. for it. A The Christian Endeavor Society will o ivc un operetta mid one-act farce <at f)!,! Fellows' ball the evening of the 27th inst. * I Rev. 8. S. Sulliger, presiding elder of the Whateom ,conference district, held services at the Methodist church Wednesday evening Former Purser Gu^tjll, of the Lydia Thompson, was a passenger on the Garland Tuesday. He is enjoying a vacation while the Alaska liner Dirigo, of which he is purser, is laid up for re pairs. Tin- young people of the Methodist church arc arranging for a bucket social, with program, to be given at Odd Fellows' hall.Wed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 February 1903

CHAPTER Will. (Continued.) A moment'! silence followed, broken by the sound of Tom's hearty laugh, with Amies' Homewhat shrill treble mingled Lady N.vil's thoughts wen- abruptly changed. Now "he wanted to be on shore to interrupt that tete-a-tete, she hated nothing mi much as to see Tom and Acnes together; it was ■ certainty that her cousin wns Infusing some poisonous drop into her husband's mind. "Let us land," she said to Pallas; but he bad no desire to leave his charming hostem Just us they were discussing such interesting subjects. "(Hi, ,iot yet." he implored; "don"t go in ><-t. Do you really wain to?" And June, who niwiiys felt it difficult to op pose any one who nsked anything uojmt- Iv of her. forced a smile, and said: ""1 will stay here if you like. It is very pleasant here." Two or three minutes later her mind wns Immensely relieved by hearing Madge's rolee join Tom's, and presently she saw that young lady hanging on Tom's arm. while Mr. Carslake and Al-h.-s walked a...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 February 1903

Ml Humors Are impure matters which the skin, liver, kidneys and other organs can C ot take care of without help, there is S uch an accumulation of them. They litter the whole system. Pimples, boils, eczema and other eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, bilious turns, fits of indiges tion, dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them. Hood's Sarsaparllla and Pills Bpmore all humors, overcome all their effects, strengthen, tone and invigorate the whole system. »I bad salt rhenm on my hands so that I could not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla gnd it drove out the humor. I continued Its use till the sores disappeared." Mas. Ija O. Browk, Rumford Falls, Me. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. Compensations of Pastors. from <m opfh litter in the February Century. In the ministry, service and salary gre not equal terms. The high office was not created for the advnatage of the holder, and the calling is degraded into a mere profession when it...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 February 1903

3LANCHING EARLY CELERY. ilent Wn>< Vnr •I"" Homo Garden «n«lj |-\ir th*' ':nrli«i Grower, „j For early blanching of celery on a pm;ill Kale, such b« JvQUld be ethployed I en tlio farm or In ihv garden of tinl j nmatpur horticulturist. there are sev pral method*. One of the most cora • on Is by means of boards placed on j edg<! along pach side of Ibe row of eel* j B] • rcnnta WITH BOARDS, cry. 'iii' ■■•■ boards should be 1 inch -,' ', i; by 12 to 11 inches wide and 121 1,1 hi feet long. The cheaper grades of j I line will .'. ■»' new boards i re liable 10 in pan -Hi unpleasant flavor to the , pUt.v, The LJi '1 iiri 'i by ?: row era In Michigan. Ohio and New York at the rate now prevailing cost S2l to ?23 per 1,000 el. In placing the boards In position slip <-.. (■«!:'<■ well under the outside leaves I of it:'- plantfC tin bring this edge up ■ward until li .'i vertical position along the row, having another board at the I pa me time placed on the other side bo that when...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 February 1903

Che San Juan Islanded VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost N. E. Churchill Pay© the Top Notch Prices for Butter . . t Kggs and Produce. t * t largest Store in San Juan County. Money Back if You Want It? Of Course! But Somehow Our Customers Would . . . Rather Have the Goods. Mnybfi the man whose dress you envy buys his clothing here. It is easy for you to make yourself an objet-t of envy also. There are bitrger clothing stores than this, but' not in San Juan county, and there are none where you can get the Name style and quality for the sHine low price. ....p. aTTensen.... Leader In DRY GOODS and CLOTIIENfi F^Fl o*o*o £ Has just received... LJI l^i^O *" t a Fine New Line Of Dry Goods and Shoes and the Shoes are Dry too and Will Keep Your Feet Dry. Try Them. Highest Market Prices Paid for Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Hides, Pelts and Produce of all kinds. CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough and Dressed ■/■. LUMBER boxes eU IIV |^*| ITC I *™UIT BOXES of ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 February 1903

The San Juan Islander O. " iimik ZJlt*r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY QHef Summary of I**» I ;w>r»an* Though not the Lies* Interacting Happening* of the Week, Fro* All Part* of the World Mia Alice Roosevelt celebrated her nineteenth birthday on Thursday. The Montanta house ban killed the womiin'H suffrage bill by a vote of 41 to 24. BOOM and senate OOPfwrew have ■greed OO a report on the general staff bill. A ferryboat crowing the Yiploka riv er in AlMtria ha» punk and .r>o peasants who were aboard perinhe<l. Dennip .1. Sweeney, for 20 year? chief of the Chicago lire department, is seri ously ill frim kidney trouble. The director! <>f the North American company have declared a dividend of 4 per ci-nt on the capital stock of the company. The North Dakota Press association is'making a trip to the coast. Its mem ber* will be entertained at Seattle Feb ruary 16. The Hamburg-American steamer Bul garia, from Boulogne to New York, put in at Halifax short of coal. She ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 February 1903

TREATY APPROVED SENATE ACTS ON ALASKA BOUND ARY MATTER. gome Senators Objected, but the Vote Was Nearly Unanimous, passage of the Alaska Home stead Bill Now Said to be As gared. Washington, Feb. 13.—1b executive session, which lasted only an hour and a half, the senate, in addition to con firming a large number of nominations, ratified the Alaskan boundary treaty, an d rame near taking similar action on the commercial treaty with Greece, which was reported by Senator Cullom from the committee on foreign rela -1 The Greek treaty was read through by the clerk, and then Senator Cullom asked that the resolution of rati6cation be acted on, but Senator Hoar, of Mas taohusetts objected. He said that he desired an opportunity to examine the provision in the treaty concerning con sular trials. He explained that he had no objection to the generil purport of the treaty, but said as the provision was read it seemed to him to be loosely drawn, and he wanted an opportunity to read it carefully be...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 February 1903

Sah jfuan Islander TIIK ISLANUEK <<>.. PuMlsliat*. O. 11. CUIfVKR, . Kditor nud Manager. Entered at the postotnee in Friday Harbor aa second ela*s taafl matter. sub ertpttM Price, 51.50 Per Year The Official Paper oi San Juan County. -«, Ctubl-i.ig List r- To all Bubseril its paying "no year in n'lv:iiicc (ami arrears, if any iha follow i.^ named piihlioationH an offered, to rwlth th« rshANDBR -itlu win-, : iilon pi ■■■■■• quoted, viz.: I I. VMM R '•! Jennie Pott-IntelligYnccr, &eii.»-».cekly, $j.oo Seattle TlmM."weekly, • - ' '•' - IS" Northwest Horticulturist - • - • ''* Kew York Tribune Farmer - - - I, ° • .-.. York Tribune Review ■ • ISo New York Tribune, »ri-weekly, - - *•»» ThrircHt-Week'N.'Y;.World, - - - aoo k'oWilO Kl:i'J< --"--* 1-fio Dctn.it Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 B. P. i.x;iiniM<T weekly, - • - 2.50 S. V. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2-o<l Chicago int. 11 x can, weekly. • - t'S St. I' .ill Pioneer Pre«, weekly, • • - «•<« Montreal Par...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 February 1903

~~ The Leader | The Leader I Tiie Leader } The leader | ahe Leader Sacrificing A.XXniXal fa*** . Dress Goods .gßgHacmt-aßgHjflßgjr^ ; .' . Bargains <oQ m«t«dof «2 yard for splendid Fphri lArv 'C * I paring Sell© ' 19C Call, n'e rT lVoio l7u": los bGi Rainproof Ra S lan doth, in 1 C* &J I lACU V . \/ICCU 1& I*» V/C*,*V-* OC Pair for fine plain or ribbed all irrav and tan, 54 inches wine. ■■— „. ' t „ <b^ , | ,-■••--■ mm ii i \^^_.^^.. j . v^ui^.i^j.iiL ulliji <£ O v..,«,] , tehui«r« ao* fur In lies ixi.t> z t ' !llfi?^i*ra3MgMßMMßnajMjgjßMgfl!Li!T«^^ <£-*•-'■*-» wiml i asluiicte ho-c for la.lies rvfv yard instead of §1.50 for 50-inch ■ , , . ' " ' ' ■„ , - „ „a ■ ,_■ tw.,lU- —-thoaOr kind. « ;>: ,yy Granite Ermine and Melr^e February is ordinarily known as the dulled among the whole yonr sl2m on t lift i,stun\ _ _ p*trlnate«dofWoforl«<lie«'flr>« tiiiitintrs in all the popular mixtures. _^ ,- - . ." . , , , J .. -» T L i i:i»£ *„ i. flfln An Hi** Ov/v/ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 February 1903

CHAPTER XX. (Continued.) Though June bad pleaded fatigue, she did not pro to bed, bat, having bad her hair brushed, dismissed her maid, and waited up to give Tom a lecture and to acquaint him with her wishes for the fu ture. He came Into the room in his usual cheery, rather boisterous manner. "What! not in bed, little one?" he said. "I thought you were tired." "No," returned June, rather coldly, feeling even more di.-pleased now that her victim had arrived than before he came. "I wanted to speak to you." "Speak away, my dear." said Tom, with stolid good humor, planting his broad back against the mantel-shelf and thereby damaging the luce and ribbon with which it was garnished. "1 think." said June, "it was rath er Inconsiderate of you to ask, Agnes to May to-night, and, if she had had decent manners, the would not have accepted your invitation, as 1 did not second it." "It would have looked kinder if you hud," answer! Tom, bluntly. "And 1 don't quite see that there is any neces sity...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 February 1903

Hood's Sarsaparilla Has won success far beyond the effect o f advertising only. The secret of its wonderful popular |ty is explained by its unapproachable J[erit. Based upon a prescription which enred people considered incurable, {food's Sarsaparilla Unites the best-known vegetable rem edies, by such a combination, propor tion and process as to have curative power peculiar to itaelf. Its cures of scrofula, eczema, psori- M is and every kind of humor, as well as catarrh and rheumatism —prove Hood's Sarsaparilla the best blood purifier ever produced. Its cures of dyspepsia, loss of appe tite and that tired feeling make it the greatest stomach tonic and strength restorer the world has ever known. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is a thoroughly good medicine. Begin to take it TODAY. Get HOOD'S. Caustic Comment. Miss Elderleigh—My friends tell me theee photgraphs fail to do me justice. Mr. Frank—Of course they do. But then, justice should always be tem pered with mercy, you know.—Ex. TO Investors. T...

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