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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1903

San jfuan Islandci IKK ISf^ANOKK Cl»., l'iit»li»li<T». O. 11. CULVKR, H«iit>r aud Managi ,: itered sit the pos»otn<« in Fridi . i i,.. .r as second clafta mail .natter. Subscription I'riop. - 01.30 IN rYe fill Official Paper oi San <!"aD Count _ Cubbing C4»t *- . To *11 nubsenj.ers pay:-': one year •vlviuico(:u«<l firn\irs, if ;m.) Hie folio* ii ; named publication* hi fared, i jj,!tlior wit!) the !sl,.\Nl»i.:\ „i the cop biiiiition prices quoted, vir.: IS!, win and s- ittle tntelHggMcer, »cml-weekly, $? .-< ittle Times, weekly, ••'■'• - - I. Northwist Horticulturist . . - i. Mew York Tribune Fanner - - - «•' Now i urk I'ribune Review -' - -I- New York Tribune, 'ri-weckly, - - •■ Tlru-o-a-Week N. V. World, • - - 3 ■• Toledo Blade - - - - • - '■' Detroit I'm* Press, semi-wrC-'klj', - - a.i 8. ft, KsamiiK r. weekly, - ' - - 7.; t i. Bulletiu, Sunday edition, - •.'*■' Chicago Intcr^ceatit weekly,'*. 1 -' - >i St. Puul Ploueet fuss, weekly, - - 2.0 Montreal family H...

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. — 16 April 1903

Ucal and personal | Kodak or Camera supplies at Fowle's. White field seed peas at P. A. Jensen's. The Islandkr and th^e Seattle Daily gttr one year for_or^ly^. ( . n -,t,h for the Whaicom Normal boat Saturday afternoon, April 25. „•, ,nlto hear the 44 Normal girls J.'.pUy night, Anril 25, 1903. 1.-, I Chevalier was in town Monday from .Speiden island in his new gaso line launch. (mm Sandwith went to Ta eoma l«*« Saturday for a short visit with fr.ends. Donald Erickson feturned Saturday from Anarortes, where he was-very ill w ,ti| pneumonia. Th ,re was quit* a gorgeous .display of millinery creations at the local churches Sunday. >• T G. N. Culver, of Doe Bay, spent a few day* last week visiting his eon, O. H. Culver, and family. t . City Engineer Gerhard, of Fair feftven, went to Lopez Tuesday to «ur tej an oyster location in Fisherman's bay. .-.;■ Airs. Warren Dightman and little -.on are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erickson, in the valley. — r-* T. T. Paxo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1903

White Hand A Tale of the Early Settlers of Louisiana, BY AUSTIN C. BURDICK CHAPTER XV.— (Continued.) "Why, really, gentlemen," Mid Simon, after he had picked the imped up, "one would think there was something surpris ing in a simple marriage. And you, sir." lie added, turning to the marquis, "I should not suppose ilint you would won der at this, especially seeing that you yourself gave me permission to seek Louise for my wife." "I did not!" groaned the old man. "<), I never gave it!" "You told me distinctly that I might ask Louise for her hand, and that if she consented you should bid her follow her own choice." "Hut that was after you had fairly hunted me down with questions—after I bad refused to listen to you on the sub ject. But my child never freely gave her consent to this. She could not have done no. O, Simon, you have forced her to this! Yon have " Hut the poor man's emotions were too powerful, and his Speech failed him. A moment more he gated Into the villain's dark feat...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1903

Spring Medicine There ia no other season when good medicine !• «> much needed m in the Spring. The blood Is Impure, weak and impoverished—a condition indicated by pimples and other cr "Ptionß on tno face and body, by deficient vitality, loss of appetite, lack of strength, and v ant of animation. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Jlake the blood pure, vigorous and r kh, create appetite, give vitality, 6ti ngth and animation, and cure all eruptions. Have the whole family beirin to take them today. "Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used In our family for some time, and always with good results. Last spring I was all run down and got a bottle of It, and as usual received great benefit." Miss Bxulah goT< k, Stowe, Vt. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises te cure and keeps the promise. Scientific I act. Fred—Do you know anything about love? joe— Do I? My dear boy, I've made it a life Btndy. Fred —With what reßult? Joe—Well, I've succeeded in reduc ing my ignorance of it to a science. i Answered. "M...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1903

COUNTY BUSINESS (Continued from First \*ge) proper petition to be tiled and notices to In- given. Warrants were ordered drawn on road district funds as follows: J. B. Fry. super. No. 5, Orca» . $ a 5° Glcfl Tullock, super. No. 3, Orcas.. : 4.7. 05 Cliaseßros. Mill Co, lumber ... .'. >' 3° B. H. Shnttuck, MncksmittiitiK x 75 Templin Hair, nails .' '°° N. K. Tullock, work « °° James Tullock. team work 8 80 K. 0, Head, work ... 4 °° p. a. Jensen, plow. scraper, etc.. warrant on Com. Utst. Fund No. 1...' 34 5° The j:iil was inspected and found to be in good condition- The various office* in the court house were ordered liabotulned ami" wood work p.inted, work to be done by Atael Larwin.' The auditor was directed to corre spond with various safe companies to obtain prices for new safe or safesj needed. The auditor was directed to draw salary warrants In favor of the various pfflcera'durlng the ensuing two year* and he was also authorized, to dr^w a warrant for *4» lor poaUKe; freight ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1903

Che San Jmn Islander -••■■• ■ ' ■ - - • ■ v VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost Choice Hams and Bacon and Latest and Finest Canned Goods Just Re ceived N. K. ChurchiU Largest Store in San Juan County. ++4.+++++-H4 ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ +"f+^^»++*»+^+"H*M"f+++~M ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ llOto 331^3 per cent ' [ i — ; —; —; - r $ + Discount on 600 Pairs of Men's, Women's ; £ ♦ and Children's Shoes- -broken —Must '■'■ T be sold to make room for new stock. + ♦ " """""" >> . ' •"■ + BARGAINS in Clothing— Sufts for $10.00 that cannot .f ■ «► t be duplicated for the money in the .state. <► I P. A. JENSEN! H 4^ H 4 fH .^^ H .4. f< f444-fH-4>4»H>|| ♦ ♦ M ♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦ nmz shoes I ; i. . ! You should own and wear an lone Shoo— one i of the best made; unexcelled at the price for ; quality of material, workmanship and style. ; Price $3.00, no more, no less. Fine assort- i ment just received. . . \ G. B. Driggs """CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Hough and Dre...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H CDLTU, MU«i. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. news orrHE pay Brief Summary of Lew Impo»<*nt, Though not the lib** ixfremAmg, Happening* of the "WeeK Frowi . VII Part* of the World. There in a SSrioOJ typhoid fever epi demic at Stanford university. The source of the infection has been traced to the milk nupply. Hallett Kilboorae, formerly chief clerk of the interior department, and one of the most widely known citizens of Washington, is dead. George Kincaid, a homeeeeeker from the East, died at the hospital at W«lla Wall*. The remaini were shipped to hie old borne iii Miswori. Milton Ailes, assistant pecretary of the treasury, has severed his connec tion with the department to accept the vice presidency of the Kiggs National bank, of Washington. At Hose burg, Or., Earl Fletcher, ■fed 16, wm electrocuted by touching » live wire currying 10,000 volts, in the transformer room of the Howburg Lighting & Water Tower company. Pittsborß ii to have a great universi ty tha...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1903

WORLD INTEREST IRISH NATIONAL CONVENTION CONCLUDES WORK. Amendments to Land Bill Which Were Deemed Essential Agreed On—Passage of the Measure Is Said to Be Practically Assured. Lively but Harmonloms. Dublin, April 18.—The Irish Na tional convention has concluded its work. I" two dayfl Jt got throußh a j a «,e amount of controversial work and emerged, to quote T P. O'Connor, KggtheleM and honored from a test tint the wide world was watching. It wa ' H not only shaping the destinies of Ireland, but it held in its hand the fate of the powerful British ministry." John Redmond, replying to an en tbnsiastic vote of thanks for his chair nianehip, declared that the convention tfM a credit in every particular to Ire luul. In a statement Mr. Redmond m&kM tne important announcement that the amendments adopted by the convention will be accepted at the joint conference at which Lord Dunraren, lord Mayo, Capt. Shawe Taylor, John Bedmond, William O'Brien and T. W. Bowell will meet. This practi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1903

San "Juan Islander nil ISI-VNDKK CO.. PublUher*. O. H. CULVIJR Editor and Manager. Entered at the postomco iii Friday Harbor assecond class mull matter. 5,,1,,. ription Vrlce, - »t.50 Tor Veai The Official Paper ol San Juan County. _ Clubbing List m- ' To all subscrijcrs paying one year in advance (ami arrears, if any) the follow ng named ptiblicntioiii are offered, to gethor with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER nnd Seattle PosHntelHgencer, semf-weekly, JI.OO Seattle Times, weekly, - - - - . '-8o Northwest Horticulturist "*.,"" 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer - • •■:, i-80 New York Tribune Review - • 1.80 New York Tribune, 'n weekly, - - a.io rhrice-a-Week N. Y. World, - - - *-oo Toledo Blade, - - - -" • •}. l- 60 Detroit Free Tress, setni-^eekly, - ■ 2.00 S. V. Itxaminer, weekly, ... 3.50 S. P. Bulletin, Sunday edition, ' - - a. OO Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, ■ ''-■''. ? -I St.* Paul Pioneer, 'Tew? weekly r '» - '- 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1903

m** GARDEN NOTES. r~~ \ \ i■ " t .<■ * * tabor SaTintf Method* of Lay In* Oat and Plant . The home garden on the farm will b« appreciated most if it is not far from the kitchen, not only because the vege tables may be used fresher, but be cause the products of the garden will enter more. largely intd the daily bill of fare if they are within easy reach. A head of lettuce for breakfast, a dozen roasting ears for dinner or a few to matoes for supper will oftener freshen up the menu if near to the cook's hand. i 1,, planning for the garden a long rectangle in which plow/ and a horse cultivator can be easily used is consid ered the up to date and "labor saving thing. In one such garden rows three ■feet apart, beginning at the east side of the garden and running .lengthwise of the area, were laid out by means of B pled marker drawn by bajld. a guide stake being placed at each tend of the row to be laid out and one in the mid die. Three rows were marked at T a time, and the drills made...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1903

ALL FOR HIS COUNTRY'S SAKE B DON'T like to shoot you, Franz, Id like to take you alive." ••Perhaps It would be better. Wait a moment, Charley, 11 replied the man addressed, tryiiiy to extricate his leg from beneath his fallen horse. it was ■ tragic half-minute in the life Of Franz Van Khyn. and the fatal hour nf OoL Charles Cooper of the West l'ro vince Mounted rifles. A bullet from the colonel's revolver had llaifl the steed from under his for mer college chum, and the latter lay Struggling with his rifle to defend htm -8.-lf fr»in capture by the British. His arm and leg were torturing him with pain, caused by splinters from an ar tillery shell. •ill never be taken alive," snld the Afrikander to himself. "No amnesty! for me. If I am captured. All is fair in love and —" Bui he did not finish the thought. Why waste the word, when he had liv ed, moved and had his being In war, war, war —not love fora whole league of m »nths. His rifle was free by this time and he lifted it to his shou...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1903

im 09 f ~ ' ' - That Tired Feeling Is a Common Spring Trouble. It's a sign that the blood is deficient In vitality, just as pimples and other eruptions are signs that the blood is impure. It's a warning, too, which only the hazardous fail to heed. Hood's Sarsaparllla and Pills Remove it, give new life, new con*. age, strength and animation. They cleanse the blood and clear the complexion. Accept no substitute. »I felt tired all the time and could not Bleep. After taking Hood's Sarsaparllla i while I could Bleep well and the tired feeling had gone. This great medicine has also cured me of scrofula." Mas. C. M. Boot, Gilfcad, Conn. Hood's Sarsaparllla promises t» *ure and keeps the promise. \ Trusted. physician —I can't diagnose yom if'is case at all. She seems to have a sprained neck, lumbago In the back, rheumatic knees and gout In both feet. Wagglesl know what It Is. She was reading In the cozy corner and happened to fall asleep.—Smart Set. FITS aft,rfir»t.lftT'»>iiK>ofl»r.KH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1903

Local and personal < ComiOir—M Normal (JuN. Kodak or Camera Mppliei at Fowled J >hn L Itlttir is building a kitchen addition to Ilia house. J. \V. Sinools has a new top bVgKj, purchased from 1' A. Jensen. Tilt Im.andf.K aiid Ihe Seattle Daily Btar one year f"i only $>;{. Morn, to Mr and Mrs. John King, Tuesday, Aj.ril 21, I «irl. The Santa Juaiiila Club will meet at lira. Furiiworths Saturday afternoon. Jonson can sell you springs, matrasses. bodHteads, iii:itting, etc., cheaper than you can liny in Seattle. <':»(>'. Dickens, in charge of the coast survey work here, went to Whatcom Friday, returning the first of the week. Mrs. M. ('. Curry, of Orcas, left Tues day to sp.-nd several months visiting relatives at San Bernardino, California. Indians were 111 town Monday with balibul from the Sucia island banks. The flsh sold at retail at seven cents a pound Next Sabbath Dr. Harpst will coni niencf h scries of serinoiiH on Immor tality, ai d will preach both morning and ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1903

Cbe San Jmt\ Islander xou xrn. Satisfaction at any cost Choice Hams and Bacon and Latest and Finest- Canned Goods Just Re ceived N N. E. Churchill yD) CD) Largest Store in. San Juan County. 10 to 331-3 per cent Discount on 600 Pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes* -broken lines—Must be sold to make room for new Htock. BARGAINS in Clothing—Men's Suita for $10.00 that cannot be dnulioated for the money In the state. P. A. JENSEN SQffSE SHOES You should own and wear an lone Shoe —ono of the best made; unexcelled at the price for quality of material, workmanship , and style. Price $3.00, no more, no less. j Fine assort ment just received. | G. B. Drlggs i^....... .. _ „.. m»i CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared' to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough and Dressed 3LiXJ3^[B±ijJrC boxes I SHINGLES a Specialty at Lowest Market Prices Oiliea. and Mill at....... WEST SOUND, --, WASHINGTON ' ■^>iMinnvinr** M">M""*11*11 1 •>. a.gould, . . ; • • tn *'•/'; Eeans gene a ou"or T Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H CDLTIB, Bdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brief Summary of I*«« Important Though not the Liess In-ieiMting Happenings of the Week, Fro« AH I'art of the World Btitte neliool children threaten to strike unless schools dose at 3 o'clock instead of 4. The Kaiser has ordered the introduc tion of gray uniforms for the entire German army. The steamer Tremont has arrived with 5,0C0 barrels of lapanese oysters for the beds on Sanush HatH. Serious anti^emitic riotn are report ed at Kiachineff. Russia. Twenty-five were killed and 270 wounded. Hungarian troop* are said to have plotted to kill Emperor Francis Joseph during the military maneuvers. Mm. Rdward Montgomery, a civil war widow, o( Nyack, N. V., has se cured a pension after B yearH wait. The Traiipeontinental Papsenger asso ciation liaH selected Chicago a» the next meeting place. The dhte is July 21. The ii"wfl from Paris that William K. Yanderbilt is pooh to marry MrH. Rutherford, has been continued...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1903

REPOBT OP MILES MANY ATROCITIES INFLICTED ON FILIPINOS. Coinp laint Made of Concentration Camps, the Water Cnre, and in One Case of the Burning to peath of An Old Man-—Some of the Instances. Washington, April 27.—The war de artment bas made public that portion f the repirt of General Miles which re f,, rfi to miecondact of officers and sol dier e in the Philipines. Secretary Root has received several requests for this report, some of them from perpons in Boston, who stated that it contains mnch matter that had never been brought out in the investi gations. The secretary has held that «iioh reports were confidential in order that the ollicer making them might be free to make such comments as he de gired, but as it was learned that Gen eral Miles had no objection to the pub lication of the report it has been made public with a brief comment by Gen eral Pavis, judge advocate general, who has charge of all the matters pertain ing to the subjects referred to in this portion of the report...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1903

San 3uan Islander 1 .1: isi INDEM CO., l'ui>li>.lM-r». 0 il. . .VI.X. . liditof and Manager. lvH'ii-1 at the jmstoulcb in Friday Harbor as ■■•ii. i class mail matter. > ,;,«« ii|.lloi. Price, - *••••"« «*«"' Yoiir The Official Paper ol San Juan County. : .* C: iM i "'■ ■•' - To nil Riibwril er payinc o»o year In a.'.v.-uiiT (anil arrefirs, if nny) t'.io follow tlL r iiituioil publl ! ■ us mo oirered, to if,.t her with the ISL vN U '■'■■ »l llio "i --bin Him prices quoted, viz.: ISi.AM)i:R and Scnltlc I'uaUlntelligenccr, Bcmfcweekly, iioo Si .mi. Times, weekly, - J-^0 Nortbwcvt Horticulturist ... ■ i.60 N'-w Yin k Tribune l'.nnur ■ ■ " i*Bo N. > York Vribuue K. v\ W • - ■ ' 1 '" New York Tribune, 'rl-\*eekly, • ■ -■'" Tluicc-a-Weck >. V. VVcrld, . • a.oo rolcdd Blade, - - ■ - - - ■ '■"" He iron Kree I'ress, sem^weekly, - - 2.00 S. !•'. KJsamiiier, wr< kly - - 2-5° S. I', tiulleliu, Suinlay edition, - ■ 2 '*' Chicago* lutcr-ticeadi weekly, • - US S; I'aul iuim I'ios,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1903

| Local *nd personal Ji " Kodak or Camera supplies aY Fowle's The ISLANI*Ktt and the Seattle Daily Star one year for onlys3. 4 Decree of Honor entertainment Fri i.. , veiling -Shadow social arid Farce; | Only two weeks more" in which to j „. iiilvantajre of the Tribune Farmer j subscription offer. « C,,iii tv Auditor Ivirby and family „,-,. now occupying the Knowles place, „. Argyll? roml. .Mi-.-i Nellie Sweeney spent Sunday vit'.i lier mother and brothers here, re turning to Wliatcom Monday. • iuliih (jrade pupils of the public l, lM il r.re ai-ran^lng to give an enter? { Un, at the close of school, in about three weeks. I ■-♦ '■ • '■.; :;/'; Rev. Donald Ross, of Seattle, preached v! the Presbyterian: church Sunday, ) ;i ,i,i "it mid evenirp, and at the vaU ]'v church'in the afternoon. ; * "' ' The big county map which hung for ni'Uiy years in the auditor's office has I „'!! moved up stairs to Uie court room and ill,- auditor's and clerk's offices are now connected. ♦" \ i; ( |i:a ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1903

&U*A JPi* i«? 4 thit Ir ir\f f I*l itlli^ ""**<^' '■'.'.*■*• '■ '■*'■' '■■' "'■'■' i*","•'«" '*.""*'•*"»■•'•".v**V- '•'•**'■•!'-. ■" *'v*,*' -'^v * rf^* * *-"*''*■""?«*!**»*«l*****tsl "r^- *•*!■■".■/-•,'■."."*"* #*^''*** V^*** «l* t^K^t^^^^^^^^^^ B'M • m BETWEFN CHURCH AND WORKJNGMEN. By Her. I t man Abbott, D. D. The church nnd the worklnjjman in this country liave drifted apart. The bread) Is due to the social conditions of i lie up'- The falling away of the work inffOUUi lias be<-n gradual, until now it has reached such proportions that It is plainly noticeable. The workiugninn ■eemi to have lost Interest In the church. The same breach that is be tween the workinßinan and the church exlstl l>etwct'u the workinsnmn aod >1# other activities of the age. There is a separation between the irorklngnuui nnd the professional idiiii. the DtMlneM man. or the man In any other walk of lift. A much broader breach than that which separates him from the capitalist and the capita...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1903

Spring Humors Com* to most people and cause many troubles,— pimples, boils and other eruptions, besides loss of appetite, that tired feeling, fits of biliousness, Indigestion and headache. The sooner one gets rid of them the better, and the way to get rid of them »nd to build up the system that ha* luffered from them is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Hedlciuepar excellence, of unequalled strength in purifying the blood as ili.iwu by unequalled, radical and per manent cures of Scrofula «alt Rheum Scald Head Bol's, Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia, Eto Accept no substitute, but be sure to tct Hood's, and get it today, of that, pa?" Kind father—"Yes, In deed. I've been borrowing money of him for six months, and still he keeps comlnjf."--Stray Stories. Philosophic Murphy (recovering from a twenty-foot fall)- *Yell. I had to come down for nails, anyway!"— Glasgow Evening Times. Deacon Johnson—"W hat...

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