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

San }van Islander THE ISLANDER CO.. PublUh«r«. O. H. CU1.V8R,..:. Editor »nd Manager. Entered at the postort}ec in Friday Harbor as second claas mall matter. Subscription Trice, - «1 ,r,O Per Yc»r The Official Paper ot San Juan County. _. Clubbing £l»t p- v To :ill subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, if an?] • •'*> follow itg named publications! an •flared, to gether with the ISLANDER, at the com bination price* quoted, vi?..: IS! ANDKR and ■ ' • t; Sratttc Post-Intelligenter, senil-weekly, $1.00 Seattle Times, weekly, - - - - '-So Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer - - - 1.80 New York Tribune Review - - ' • • I.SO .New York Tribune, 'n weekly, - - Ml Thrice .< Week N. Y. World, - - - 00 Toledo niade, - '-*0 Detroit Hree Press, semi-weekly, - - i.90 h. V. Examiner, weekly, - - ' "■■• »-5° c. V. Bulletin, Sunday edition, ' - - 200 ChK-iißo Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - MS St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - aoo Montreal Family Herald and Star...

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. — 12 March 1903

Local personal For oice Presents go to Fowle's. —•—• >v \Vnll Paper and Lam at Fowle's. £E ♦ Bill at Odd bellows' hall March 17. Tie Nelson farru at L^pez has been gold to George Mead for $6,500. April Delineators and Designers at lie aNi>ER office. The Ladies' Guild will meet next fund*? at Mrs. Simpson's. Miss Nettie Henderson, began (^ach ing in the Sportsman's lake district Monday. >; C e bed-room set for sale—bed, commode and two chairs. Appiy to Mrs. Belleview, Friday Harbor. pi,oto niountw, any: size, at ; the Islander office. Mounts for stamp pictures five cents a dozen. ♦—T- A dance is to be giv«n at Woodmen hall, Lope*, tomorrow, evening, the 131 by the Royal Neighbors.' f-4— : D on »t forget the St, Patrick's day ball at Odd Fellows' haM next Tuesday evening- Supper at Bay View hotel. Sheriff McCrarj went to Orcas island Tuesday to serve papers in the divorce proceedings of Mrs. Belle Nichols vs. Win Nichols. 4 : County Attorney King spent the early part of the w...

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. — 12 March 1903

CHAPTER XXV. (Continued.) At last 11 battle was imminent. There had been terrible girdings in the papers at the lons delay; all sorts of disasters wen- prophesied: the intrenehnients were impregnable— thousands of troops were marching to the aid of Arabi—a battle, even it' we were successful, must inevit ably be attended with fearful loss of life. On the night of the 12th June did not close her eyes. All night long she saw the picture she bad wen that night when Dallas whs trying on hi* belt and waving his sword in the air. That had been a presentiment, she felt sure. On the mor row, or the day after, she would take up the paper ami read his name among the dead, as she had done in fancy a hun dred times. All the morning of the Kith she went nTvrMit looking like a ghost, with pale lips and hollow eyes. At noon Tom brought the news to her. Even he was elated and Interested this time. "GlorkMU news'.— a tremendous victory; our loss compara tively trifling." A momentary sense of relief ...

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

March, I April, May There is a best time for doing everything—that is, a time when a thing can be done to the best ad vantage, most easily and most ef- , fectively. Now is the best time! for purifying your blood. Why?! Because your system is now trying , to purify —you know this by thej pimples and other eruptions that have come on your face and body. Hood's SarsaparUla and Pills j Are the medicines to take—they do ! the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fail to do it. j Hood's are the medicines you have always heard recommended. ■"I cannot recommend Hood's Saraaparilla too highly as a spring medicine. When w« take it hi the spring we all feel betterthrougb the summer." Mbs. S. H. Nial. McCrays. Pa. Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to cure and keeps the promise. That Would Never Do. g ne — Why don't you go out occasion ally, dearest, and enjoy yourself, say at the club? He—But I don't want to get into the habit of having a good time.— Life. Loquacious. The family was discussing th...

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

Orcas lotand Wl>T SO1M) AND DEKH HAKIJOK Miss Louise Wakefield is visiting friends in tin* bay cities. .1. W. Frit/ spent a few 'lays of list week with friend* in W.hatcom. It I* pxpected thai several new build him will be erected at W«l Bound till* year W.. .1. Court waa around calling on ti« iit.-tnv friend* in this neighborhood Oorjre Jlersbl>orj;er, who spent the winter with relatives in tit*- cant, It home ugain. John Marker ban returned to Whnt coin lifter having -pent & pleasant time at hi* old home. Mrs Isd. Martin entertained »l din- Dei Biiiidny Mr.and Mrs. Vrnnk Chum and family, the occasion being Mr. SliTiin'H birthday Mr«. K. lw. MeLachlan, who has been visiting rHtitivn* and friends in the east for (be past three months, re turned to h"; home at Pole puss la*t Friday. Mr. and Mra. Sliutt and diiurhter, of Little Rock, arrived at We*' Sound Inst \v»«"k. Mr. Shutt and family ex. !„, ■; i.» r»-i.i«- mii Bert Chalmers' fine firm in the valley, which they have ren...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 March 1903

Cbe San 'Juan Islander. VOL. XIII. Satiefaction at any cost N. K. Churchill Pays the Top Notch Prices for Butter . . . Rggs and Produce* largest Store in San Juan County. Money Back if You Want It? Of Course! ; But Somehow Our Customers Would ... ;; Rather Have the Goods. j; , ( V. Maybe the man wli me dress you envy buys his clothing here. It is easy for you to make ' yourself an object of envy also. There are *• biegor clothing stores tb,an this, but not in * San Juan county, and there arc none where - • you can got the same style and quality for ' ( the same low price. j» ....p. aTjejisen.... i Leader In DRY GOODS and CLOTHING; * T/^\T7*£^ A Big Shipment "sJTlvJJll^v!^> Just Received Shoes for Men, Shoos for Ladies, s Shoes for Boys and Girls- All Kinds. All First-class . ; And all Prices Low, Come Early Highest Prices Paid for .•• T^\ Tf—) T f~-\ S~"\ C* IDfiS.PELTS&PKODUCB Jl-J JTV X VJT VJT V—? CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough a...

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

The San Juan Islander O H (IIVM, Ktlitar. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. SEWS OF THE DAY Brief Summary of Ijess IknjH>rtan* Though not the Ijobh eating Happening of the Week, F»oi* All Part* of the World Both houses of the Kansas legislature have pawed »n anti-dot machine Mil. The launching of the battleebip Colo rado, building at the Cramp yaris. has been postponed until April •_'">. General Robert L. O'Reilly, snrgeou general of the army is confined to hit home with an atack of grip. A syndicate composed chiefly of Cleve land capitalists is securing options on almost all the coal mines on the Kana wh« and New rivers, in West Virginia. Key. J. M. Caldwell, at one time presiding elder of the Method ill Epif eopal church in Chicago, has been de clared insane by a jury. ThomaH Byrnes, one of the men ar reeted in the recent raid on "Get-rksh quick',' Concern! In New York, ha« heen sentenced to one year Imprisonment. The directors of the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul Railway company hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 March 1903

CZAB'S DECREE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM THROUGH- OUT RUSSIA GRANTED. There Will Also Be Other Reforms, Including L.oc»l Belf-Govern ment Decree Said, to Be the Most Important Since the Free ing of the Serfs. St. Petersburg, March 14.—The czar has issued a decree providing for free dom of religion throughout his domin ions, establishing to some degree local gelf government and making other con ceß sionß to the village committees. After referring to the efforts of his predecessors, particularly his father, to add to the welfare of the Russian peo ple, the czai announces his decision to erant freedom of religion to all his sub jects who profess non-orthodox creeds, and to improve the conditions of village life and thosa of the local nobility aud peasantry. Among the measurps outlined by the czar for the attainment of these ends is reform of the rural laws, which is to be effected with the advice of persons who posses the cofidence of the people. The evetem of administration in the various gove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 March 1903

San jfuan Islander THi: is vm>:i: CO.. I'ublUheM. O. „ CULVER, K<L:or and Maungcr. Rntijrtid at the «**>' '" In Friday .1 irboi is •••' i • class mail ■":lll< ■ • S» -.11.... 1'r1.... - Wl.fiO IVr T— f Tki Official Paper ol Sao Joan County. -. CUibMnfl Li»'- »■ To all mibwnl crs pivi". our year In advance i ' iirrnitrs, if iin ■■ thfl f0110w ,,,, w:\u\o\ piibHfiitioits aro tflfered, to ,- „tln'r v Ith the \M'i.i' rd the cpm i,in..!i .I pv •- quoted, viz.: IRI,/ -ji>i"k nd S-nttle 1" ist-IntclHirtncer, semi wrckly, $».oo J Seattlr Times, weekly, - - - - '-80 ■„,•!■< Horticulturist - - - - t(l° New York Tribune Farract - - ■ '-&0 New York Tribune Review - - ■ - I>B° Now \ or) Tribune, weekly, - - »•" rhri ■ Week N. Y. World, - - - °° Toledo i. de, l/>o I)riroil i-rcc Press, semi-weekly, - - 20° S. i- i ■». .nun weekly, - - • 3-5° S. I. Bull tin. Sunday edition, - - on i ii. .>•■ Inter-Ocean, weekly, ■ - '-'5 St. 1.-! I'.uiifi I'ic.ss, weekly, - - 2()0 Mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 March 1903

| Local «nd personal I ' \fot vice Presents go to Fowle's. Wall Paper and Lam pa at Fowle's \ P ril Delineators* and Designers at t l,;. [3LAWPBR Offly. i; ibt. Scurf c line down from Roche Harbor Tuesday, returning' WerfiieVj • Sheriff McCrury'« family and house b ;!;,! j, o ,,ds arrived from Roche Harbor 11 *>»y- jfjee bed-room set for stile—bed.bureau, >deand two chairs. AppiytoMrs. view, Friday Harbor. j J. Killt'brew, of Orens, and Mrs. F.uinie link If were nmrried here Bftt ur ,lay by Itev. Dr. Harpst. ♦ piioto mount*, any size, at the [siaNDER office. Mounts for stamp pictures live cents a dozen. ■ ♦ The little Johnson fish cannery at Aiyyle was broken into one night re gently and quite a quantity of rope, tackle and other articles taken. Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. Gould went to [Rattle .Saturday for a week's visit with Mr. Gould's parents, who expect to move to Everett about April Ist. Rev. Thos. Boyd went to Seattle the first of the week, expecting to return tomorrow, aocom...

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

I The Call to Prayer | «7AMES Gray son stood nt the Jj doorway of his apartment. Until that hour lie had shared this home with his brother Robert. Now he was leaving in anger that dis torted his face. There was hatred in the heart of James Grayson for this his brother whom lie had loved. Robert (Jrayson stood within the room with an appealing look In his eyes. "Don't go this way, Jim." he •aid. "I did not know; I never saw it. Jim. 1 may have been blind but I did not know; I did not even suspect. Jim, that your feeling for Helen was deep. I'IUNTED IN A CHILDISH HANI). I never arranged you In my life and 1 dlti not mean It now. Stay, hoy. 1 cant bear this thing. We have alwayH been brothers in much more than Dame." "Stay? I hare you, Robert (Jrayson. You rail yourself my brother, and yet you undermined me in the affections of tIM only woman 1 ever loved. 1 hate you, hiul I will hate you to all eterui ty. You tricked me; you and the wo man. Iff hope Is that I shall never see you alive...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 March 1903

Spring Medicine There is no other season when good pcdicine i* so much needed aa in the Spring. The blood is impure, weak and impoverished— a condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on the face and body, by deficient vitality, loss of appetite, lack of strength, and w ant of animation. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Make the blood pure, vigorous and rich, create appetite, give vitality, 6 tr nirth and animation, and cure all eruptions. Have the whole family bejrin to take them today. "Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used In oar family for pome time, and always with ftood results. Last spring I was all run down and got a bottle of It, and as usual received great benefit." Miss Bkulah Bovce, Stowe, Vt. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps the promise. A Canadian's Wise Saying. The greatest asset of any country is the braina of its people. — Andrew Bonar Law, M. P., London. Well Off. Tody—Jennie tel s me young Woodby proposed to her last night. Viola—l don't tliiiik I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 March 1903

Orcas Island WBSTKMM OW3AS NOTKS Mrs. 00. Adklns spent last week at I Jen Harrlso .'s, In the valley. Ai«jx Chalmers has rented pnrtof his pi.re at..West Sound t<> Mr. Andrews. Wm. True-worthy, an old resident of Oreas, has been visiting friend* he 'or the i>M»t few days. . Mr. Wriirht. of Sal ii rim island, 8.C,, Ins .bc»n visiting his father-in-law, Wit. ' i-'ik, for the past few day*. ■ Guy s.-nM' i* on the island, laid up ; witi .. very sore hand, the result of an ' accident in.one. of the Whateoiu mills. . Auirust Van Cromphant has rented Mr. Bigley'i l!"'«' for another year. There In a flue prune 01 chard on the place. , Mr Wyberg is fencing and other-; wise ini|>i«)\ the "Swcqucy place,'! | near Orcas, which he bought about a year, stun Tl.e dny nf;er the henry snow Mr. H.Adkhia took all the pupils of tlie \V.>i Suund kcliool for a Blelgh ride, much to the delight of the young folks, . ,|i.l ii Killehrew has committed tin. , •jr\ ihai h:i-i forever debarred him...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1903

Cbe Ban Jim\. Islander VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any coat N. K. Churchill Pays the Top Notch Prices for Butter . . . Kggs and Produce. largest Store in San Juan County. Money Back if You Want It? Of Course! | But Somehow Our Customers Would ... <► Itather Have the Goods. 5: , 4 Maybe the man wlnse dress you envy buys " I his clothing here. It is easy for you to make ' ""■ yourself an object of envy also. There are „► bierger clothing stores than this, but not in " San Juan county, and there are none where t, you can get the same style and quality for " the s>ame low price. , ► ....P. A. JENSEN J Leader In DRY GOODS and CLOTHING] t QtrnpQ A Bis Shipment VJ-Tl \_Jll(\~D Just Received ; Shoes for Men, Shoes for Ladies, Shoes for Boys and Girls- All Kinds. All First-class And all Prices Low. Come Early .'...■ ■. . r . Hisl.r.Hi PriPPS raid for -| —X T~> T f~^ f~^ C^ HIDES, pjBZ/m4E PKODUCB JL-J XV.JL vJX v_X CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1903

The San Juan Islandei O ■. Ct'LTlI, Mlitr. FRIDAY HARBOR TASH. EEWSOFTHEDAY Brief Summary of I**** Important Though not the Leu Intel eating Happenings of the Week, 1 > <>• AH Part* of the Worl4 Shamrock 111, Upton's new nip chal lenger, ha* been ■ocowrfally launched: The Hawaiian boaw committee on public expenditures has reported an- Other embezzlement in the board of public works, trie amount being $2,5*00. Ambassador Cboate lias authenticated the papers extraditing J. WhittaKer Wright; head of the defunct London & Globe bubble, who arrievd at New York Sunday. Tt in tOßOnnoed that the British gov ernment v contemplating the Appoint ment of a royal commifHion to consider the advisability of a reform of the mar riage laws. Commandant Joubert, one of tin member*n( the visiting Boer delega tion, il ill at Mexico City as a renult of the opening of a wound received during the Booth African war. MiM Violet ROM Whitney, a niece of William C. Whitney, ex-secretary of the navy,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1903

ASK HIM TO STAY CASTRO'S RESIGNATION NOT AC- CEPTED BY CONQRESS. Vote Requesting Him t« Remain at the Head of Venezuelan Affairs Was Unanimous, and It Is Be lieved That He Will Yield to Its Wishes. Carcaras, March 24.—The Venezue lan congress, by a unanimous vote, las declined to accept President Cas io's resignation, and has passed a resolution uring him to reconsider his decision. It is believed that the presi dent will yield to this expressed de sire of congress and remain in power. The congressional hall was crowded yesterday and all the members of the diplomatic corps were present when piesident Castro read his message to congress. President Castro first passed in review the terrible conditions which prevailed in the country and denounced the errors of his countrymen. •But," he continued, "if it is painful to consider how much food has been shed and how many tears, it is a con solation to think that their bitter stream, by the law of comprehension, " v \\l fecumdate something t...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1903

San jfaan Islander Tin: is. ni)H: CO.. PublWtiera. O. II CUUViiK,... l-.li;. r and Manager. Entered ■! the poslollu-e In Friday Hi-: tot .i-« *tiix>inl claw niMil matter. Subscript lon'Prkf, - 91.ti9 I-,- \\»r Tae Oflicial Paper ol San Juan Gonnty. _, Ciubbina L\»t ►- .■ To all aulwril crs ji:iyii!jr< '■' year in a.lv.mt-e (and arrears, If an* - ■-■ follow ,,_, mi, ; |„i ■it ioim ■:•< i'iTered, to lj,.ther with the rsLA N I"' 1:. tit the com binati'Hi prices quoted, v:>-.: IS!. \ ■. ,<■. X mid -, , i'o>t liitelHKeiicer, «cml-w\ekly, f».o<j Heinle rimes, weekly, - - - >-S" jJorlhwiMt Hortirtilturist ... - 1.6.1 \tw N'orl. Tribune i; inner - - ■ '■- New .ilk I ! ibulll Review - - " " i-^0 N ■•»■ v.>ik I': ibuu< 'ii . Uv. ■ - 2.10 Tun. •;i W\i 1. N. V World, - - ' - *•» Toledo Blade, - - - - '.- '■' Detroit Xi c Prewi, seint-weekly, ■ - 2.00 S. 1". Ksaniiuer, weekly, • ' - " - 2.50 S. ft, lialleliiii Sunday edition, • - 2 (k. Chtcagu Inter-Oct'ttn, weekly,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1903

HINTS FOR FARMERS Time on the Farm. A farmer's success depends td a large extent upon economy of tithe. Qne who loses all the time when It is to wet to nse the plow or hoe is too lienvily handicapped to ever succeed, for be has lost more than 100 days in tU«? year, or yearly oue-third of his time, for be not only loses the rainy jays, but all the days following until the soil is in- Workable condition. *In- tea ,i of this he shouldlay up work f. for a rainy day," so that when he can't work in the field he can work in t i,' -hop or elsewhere^ There is never a time, or should not be, when there, is ,10 work to be ; done that may be done under cover. Every farm should have a shop for work in wood, iron and leather, and tqols for each. If there is „, indoor work urgent, invent ' new work. Conveniences previously .well done may be ■ made better and more convenient. Many farmers idle away a d weather, when if they had plenty of money they would keep some 'per son handy with tools busy all...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1903

Mother Joe ME had four children and a baby jbil Id arms. The names and ages of the children wore respective ly Anna Maria, aged 7; Minnie Kate. agi-d 6; Albert, aged 4^; Maud Har riot, aged 3, and the baby. Sarah Ellen, Just tamed 1 year. Be himself rejoiced In the name of Joseph Webber, and believed himself to be nln)ut H. but his mother was nev er quite sure. They all lived at the top of a narrow, tumble down house, and Mrs. Webber always spoke of herself as a "widder." Her first husband had died "In 'ok Hengland." the second here. Mrs. Webber got her living by char- Ing, and as lung as she was sober al ways managed to secure enough work, but she was an Improvident, thriftless woman, and any extra money she might secure either went for drink or was spent on Indigestible food, such as tinned salmon and pineapple or shell fish, which often made the poor baby 111 for weeks later. She took lit tle Interest In her family, save now and then for a tit of maudlin senti ment over /her orph...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 March 1903

Science invention The smallest bone in the human body is iv the lenticular, seated in the hu man ear. The ants of South America have been known to construct a tunnel three miles In length. Poisoning by salted, raw fish is bo frequent and little understood that prizes of $3,500, $1,050 and $700 have been offered in Russia for papers indi cating the signs, character and action of the poison, with methods of prevent ing its formation and antidotes. An article in the Electrical Review discusses the size of an atom of hydro j-eu. and arrives at the conclusion that these particles of matter are so small that it would tnke 115,000,000 of them, laid iv a line, to extend a distance of OD e centimeter —that is, an atom is about one-third of a billionth of an Inch In size. The term Indian summer became es tablished about twenty years after Its first ai'pearance ' which was In Western Pennsylvania, and spread to New Eng land by 1798, to New York by 1799, to Ciinada by 1821 and to England by 183...

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