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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 September 1903

San jfuan Inlander THE ISLA.XDEK CO.. rubllßlier*. O. 11. CULVKK, Kditof aud Manager. Entered at the postofflee in Friday Harbor as second daw mail matter. Snb»«-ri!>llon Price. - »;l ■■'■O_ror Year the! Official Paper t ol San Juan County. _ Clubbing List i- To all subacril en paying one year in advance (and arrears, if any) the follow iifj named publications arc offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices Quoted, viz.: ISLANDER ai 1 Seattle l'ost-Ir.tcliiTencer, semi-weekly, $?.oo Beat Times, weekly, • ... - 1-So Northwest Horticulturist - - '■'■" New York Tribune Farmer - - - iJto New York Tribune Review ■ - - . - 1.80 New York Tribune, ♦.rt-weekly, - - 2-io Thiice-a-Wvtk N. Y. World, - •;',.- 2-°° Toledo Blade, - i-&> Detroit Free Press, Bi-weekly, • - -'■■ S. !•'. ! \ imiiii:. weekly, ... 2.50 s i- Kult< tin Sunday edition, • - ■' '' Cluc.iif) Inter-Ocean, weekly, - 2->5 St. Paul Pioueer Prcw, wce}ily, - 2-°° Montreal l-'amily Herald and Mur...

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. — 3 September 1903

IDENTAL WORK ! •■ May cost too much or be too cheap to I carry quality. We make a moderate charge for strictly first-class service; our ■a operations are as nearly painless as a per 1 feet equipment and modern methods can i make them, and we guarantee the work iA absolutely. 1 HIGH $ 7.00 HIGH ■#>, | 7'00 I GRADE jjd^ib $ 8.50 I PLATES $10.00 I »! Painless extracting .50 £ Gold fillings $1.00 up I Bridge work $5.00 up is ■•' *l M n'nt. "old crowns, $5.00 $0.00 1 ' a . ■ I AMINATION FREE OF CHARGE * _ _-„-,. * ; WIIATCO3I DENTAL I PARLORS !»i ri.OVER BLOCK I WIIATCOM, WASHINGTON $. ""V , I E. F. HARPST * t Watchmaker and Jeweler 2 0 I'OSTOFFICE - BLD& V GEO. S. WRIGHT, M.D. PHYSICIAN {AND; SURGEON OFFICE AND RESIDENCE >■ Spring Street, - - "Jj Friday Harbor capron, m. d. IHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours at Friany Harbor: Erery Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. at the Bay View Hotel Hetdquarteri, - - ROCHE HARBOR. DR. F. J. TAN KIRK special Practice Limited —'''*' ' ■TO ' Eye,...

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. — 3 September 1903

Cross? Poor man! He can't help it. He gets bilious. He needs a good liver pill—Ayer's Pills. They act directly on the liver, cure biliousness. fc&^SSSe Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black? Use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE For many genemtloiji ministers' «ous have been treated unfairly. They have been catalogued by tfeemaelree, Th y have been regarded as a little different from other l>oys. There is a [•Opposition that they ought to be bet ter than other boys, mixed with a con viction that they are not. This con viction not uncommonly goes so far as to hold ministers' sons U> be Just like other boys, only worse. There is no gainsaying the fact that, particularly In country towns, the preacher's boy la constantly under gratuitous surveil lance and usually under suspicion. If ripening watermelons have been "plug ged." an orchard has been robbed 01 any other deviltry has been committed, the one to whom the finger of suspicion points, ns the needle to the magnet, i...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 September 1903

General Debility in ami out there is that feeling of i<ig that makes a burden of itself. ■:•*, *','"'', does not strengthen. . Eke? docs not refresh. * « hard to do, hard to bear, what 11 ,' be eas y, — vitality is on the ebb, and -•hole tern suffers. ■*Kr tSla condition take Hood's Sarsaparilla niizes the blood, gives vigor and tone 11 V ii the orpans and functions, and. is t0 v.piv unequalled for all run-down or SSSKt& conditions. -^sojT>t^'ills cure ''"nstil)atlont 25 cent*. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PORTLAND, OREGON CONDUCTED BY THE CONGREGA TION OF THE HOLY CROSS AJTO AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVER SITY OF NOTRE DAME. Standard Academic four-year Courses in Classics. English and Science. One-year md four-year Commercial Courses. . R«ular Collegiate Courses in Classics, Eng lish, General Science, History and Econom-. ics Finance and Commerce, Civil Engineer ing Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering:. The scholastic year, begin ning Sept. 7,1903, ends June 16, 1904. Ca...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 September 1903

Orcas Island DOR HAY AND OLGA Anthony Ohlert is away in his schooner. Mr. ami Mrs. Dcal.&re visiting with Mix. Clarence Slnyter. Mrs. N. Larieand;Mrß. B. Robertson, Mere in town last week. Mr*. White, of Whatcpm, is visiting B. F. White and family a! Olga. Where is our game warden? , Hunt ers are rushing the quail season. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Soderbopj were in Whateom Several days Mast wceU. Bruce Willis has gone to work in Parker's logging camp. at East. Sound. The new logged on the Swauson place are putting Ui Ings pretty lively these days. Missel Loretta and Stella Newhall | spent a few days last week with Ml*. C. S. Willis. Work has bngun again on the Olga wharf. The planking is all done and a warehouse is nearly finished. Ole, Theodore and Lizzie Gaaseland were visiting at Alderbroofc farm last week. They returned to Whatcom Saturday. Nick Davis is working, the road* again. H<- Will do some, work on the Morrow mad, and *t:irt to Blash ttie Dew road to Obstruotluii pass. Pr...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1903

Che San Jmn Islander VOL. XIII. SATISFACTION AT ANY COST ■ v<^^H/l^^^P »™».U N D EF2 3li IRT Sic,** ' £/.S3 to $3.50 Each Choice Sample Lot Just Received! at Chsirsshiii's ■ Largest Store in San Juan County . / + ♦ hat You Pay f ♦ . i X For a tiling is important, but what you get in ♦ ♦ return for your money is ten times more im- + ♦ , portant. In all.lines of merchandise the best I", X costs more than the poorest. We don't keep f the poorest, but we keep the Best at tho *; X Lowest Prices* - •f • '• * "f + _^, „ " " ■f ■ ' ' -■ _ . ♦ Leader in Dry floods, Clothing, O A 9C" S\J CIT IVJ ! | Shoes and Furnishings \ mM« U IN WCI II ♦ Do You Wear Pants? I have a new lot of the latest style. Going at prices that will astonish you. Conic Early. Shoes I Shoes! That won't make you feel like kicking the maker or dealer They would cost yon $3.50 t'.ud $3.75 in Seattle, but you can get ? eiu here for $3.00. : G. B. DBIGGS t ', V ' •-— lttV J IHASE MILL COMPANY" Is Prepared to Fill Orders fo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H. CULVEIi; Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Bv4<-t Summary •< ****• I«por*»«i Though mi Urn !*>•• Interest!■«. 9appram«» *f th« Weelu ■>— All rw« •* th* WerM. California grape crop is large. Bryan has ended his Ohio campaign. Dominion Steel and Dominion Coal companies, two biggest industrial concern! in Canada, have filed articles of dissolution. Helbein, the swimmer who started lo swim across the English channel, gave it up when eight miles off Jalais. He bad been in the water 17 hours and 20 minutes. May Goelet, the New York heiress of $20,000,000, is to wed me duke of Roxbourgh. The engagement was announced today. The cnike is now with Miss Goelet and her mother at Newport. The queer thing about it is that the duke is also ricn. Sir Ernest fcatow, British minister to China, addressing a deputation of the China Assocation at Shanhai, when en route to Pekin from England, said uritain would not be weak in her China policy. British com...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1903

MIST NOT CHANGE COLOMBIAN TREATY - CANNOT BE MODIFIED. gaid That State Department Will Hot Make Any Kind of Compro mise—lts Attitude as to the Ca nal 1* One of Dignified Wait ing- Washington, Sept. 8. —The state de partment today received a routine m ssage from Mr. Beaupre, the Amer ican minister at Bogota, acknowledg ing the receipt of Secretary Hay's cablegram of August 26 stating that t he Washington government would enter into no engagement which would hamper the president's freedom of ac tion under the law. This was all the cablegram stated, though it has been the basis for speculative reports about Mi Beaupre's situation. The state department's attitude is one of dignified patience. Nn indi cation of its course of action in the event that the Columbian congress rejects our amendsshrdlcmfvvyeptaoin rejects or amends the treaty will be forthcoming until the time for the ex change of ratifications expires, Sep tember 22. It is known at tne state department thhat the Colombian con...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1903

San jfuan Islander TIIK ISLANDER CO., Publisher*. O. 11. COXVKR, • Editor ami Manager. * Entered ;1 ; the postbtlice in Friday II u!> .. usso.'oml ol **• mnil matter. ■ v „,ii..i. Prl. - *«•*<> IVrYenr Tiie Official Paper ol San Juan County. _, CtuMrfng ttot .- To all auburni ors paying one year In ndviiiVco (and arreiirs, ira.ny) thd follow jijl named publications aro offered, to c «*her with the Isi.ANDr.K, at the com bination pi iei - quoted, » i*.: I-.I.ANI)I:K :mil Scattli Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, f2.00 Scattl. Times, weekly, ..-- 1.80 yortliwest ... - I-6° Heir Vorli Trihiim- Farmer - • • '-° ?. .-v York Trlbunu Review - . - - I.Ba New York Tribune^ •rl-weekly, - - 2.10 Thnci ;i V.«ik N. V. World, - - - »•<» Toledo Dlaile, - '-60 Ixiroit I^rce I'rtss, semi-weekly, - - -■"" V. I", i:\.unimr. weekly, - ■ * 2.50 s I-, Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago lutcr-Ocenn, \seckly, - 215 St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - 2-00 Montreal Family Herald ami •in • 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1903

fpENTAL WORKI S May cost too m»ch or be too cjieap to 1 1 carry quality. We make a-moderate $ * charge for strictly first-class service; our gj * operations are* as nearly painless as a per '<> » feet equipment and modern methods can t 8 make them, and we guarantee the work (p 4 absolutely. . , . £ I HIGH j 4&. $ 7,00 I I GRADE ffim& $ 8-50 | I p L ATES **tm& $10.00 I I painless extracting $.50 . i I OoWfllHop $1.00 up | j ]j r idge work.:. $5.00 up | |22 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $6.00 | I " .__^_;_._v-. ■•• ..i I.— . . | EXAMINATION JTREE OF CHARGE*?' | | WIUTCOM DENTAL | v PARLORS if p CLOVKU IJLOCK •£? | WHATCOM, WASHINGTON | <% <**~*%%%* £ i;. K. HARPST I 5 Watchmaker and Jeweler 5 P I'OSTOFFICIC - BLD© 0 t' \ (iKO.S. WRIGHT, M.D. PHYSICIAN JAW© SURGEON OPPICB AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - Friday Harbor T. J. CAPRON, m. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours at Priouy Harbor: Hvrry Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. at 'the Bay View Hotel Headquarter*, - - ROC...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1903

Dizzu? Appetite poor?*/ Bowels constipated? Tongue coated Head ache? It's your liver! Ayer's Pills are liver pills, all trorrf»tiHJf» Bold for - J.C. AytrCo. ,iit y yf«ri. Low.Tr, m«/ Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black? Use ! BUCKINGHAM'S DYE ! ram .-r« "' pumoirri on > * full » rr>- wigHTy *■ v THE SEATTLE AUCTION, SALE AND FEED STABLE 1212 Western Ay.. Seattle. Holds regular Auction Sales every Friday lit 1 [• in Horses, cattle, harness nmi nil kinds of vehicles sold on commission. Horses bought, sol<r and exchanged dally. N. T. .Toliffe. Prop. I'hone Huff 1681. FREE TO all. Sandon"s $40.0,0 Electric Kelt ?R,OOO for feit If this is not our genuine 140.00 Belt we send vim free. . , baMmin electric belt <•<>.,\ Victoria Hotel, Seattle. Write for one today. PURITAN REMEDIES. Especially designed to relieve sufferers who »re unable to reach physiatani of reliable ftanding. No "Cure-Alls" manufactured, each remedy it intended for case prescrib...

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. — 10 September 1903

Dyspepsia n on 't think you can cure your dyspepsia , . lllV other way than by strengthening ,n<3 toning your stomach. T!) it is weak and incapable of perform ine its functions, probably because you h«ve imposed upon it in one way or an other over and over again. You should take Hood's Sarsaparilla It strengthens and tones the stomach. «n<i permanently cures dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Accept no substitutes. Academy of the Holy Names 7th Aye and Jackson St., SEATTLE, - •__ • WASH A first-class boarding and day school for girls only, conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. W rite for booklet and particulars to SISTER SUPERIOR, v 7th Aye ard Jackson St., Seattle, Wash. Dr. Thompson's .. Kola Tablets Invigorate every muscle of the body, gti nulate the brain, strengthen the he irt'i action and restore the debili t;.Ail <>r weakened generative organs of either sex. If ym want health and vig or, youth and vuility, here it is for } rou. 2"ic a box;...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1903

Orcae leland DOR BAY AND OLOA Fred Schmidle has sold his big *hite mare to a Whateom man. More hunters are landing at Olga to hunt grouse and, partridges (?). ... Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Carlson hare another daughter, born Heptepiber 1. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Soderbom at* tended the fair in Whatconu last week. Miss Aswiie Bchmidle reiupned to Whatonm last Saturday for ths school year. , , Road Supervisor Day}f>., beeu pushing work on lbs new read to the PUSH. . „,< ... .... The doctors say .that S, J. Crafty baby, who was bitten by their big do;, is out of danger. „. . v » i Lark in Savage spent several days jn Whatcotn last week, taking in the fair and visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Chappel and son?, of Lunimi island, spent Sunday with G. N. Culver and family. Win. Boone, who has sold his place to 1. J. Berthraume, is going to the Vakittis country to look around. Mrs. Bnone and the children will stop with her brother, W. H. Viereck, for a while. Nels Mat son, who for a number o...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1903

V-/I/V wall lUilll JL&UUIvIvI VOL. XIII. SATISFACTION AT ANY COST ifik Soirosl!s gfnjm, (I • »»« Q U E E Nmamt 4m 0 >Bf .»«. OND ERSKIRT 5..«. P*^ $1.50 to $3*50 Each Choice Sample Lot Just Received! at Churchill's LARQEBT StORE in SAN Juan County jWhat You Pay I J j I: ♦ For a thing is,important, but what you get in ♦ return for your money is ten times more im- ;;• t portant. In all lines of merchandise the best II X costs more than the poorest. We don't keep . - X the poorest, but we keep the Best at the Jj ♦ Lowest Prices* "•[ •► ■ '■ <> ♦ .^ Jv^.lf ..,_,..- - 4 > ;. ; « '4 ♦ Leader in Dry Goods, Clothing rS A I|CM CE" !\| t ♦ Shoes and Furnishings IH .M. OLIN W E-» I>l ♦ Do You Wear Pants? I have a new lot of the latest style. Going at prices that will astonish you. Come Early. * Shoes! Shoes! fJUMWMMII MI—■■IIIUUJIWIIIIUMIBn- ' : That won't make you feel like kicking the maker or dealer ; Tiny would coat you $3.50 aud $3.75 iv Seattle, but you can cet 'cm her...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1903

The San Juan Islandei O. II CULVER. Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. SEWS OF THE DAY B*4«f Summary «f !«*•• Importamt Though net Uk« Dcmm Intereattac, tmtms* of tike Week, Wtmm All IMi mt tk* WorML Congressman Boering, of^Kentucky, is critically ill in London. The British admiialty lias authorized a conrftdkioo of the statement that a British fcquadrou will visit the United Btates. Bob Fitz«immons and Con Coughlin, the "Irish Giant," have been matched lor a six-round go Jit Philadelphia Sept. 85. A dispatch from Peking fays that 10,0DU natives have died of typhus in the famine districts of the far interior of China. The comptroller of the currency has indued a call for reports on the condi tion of banks at the close of business last Wednesday. There has hoen mcfa a notable dimu nition in the eruption of Vesuvius that the electric railway from Naples con noting with the Funicular tramway, has been reopened. On the charge of illegally collecting side money Hugh Price, surveyor gen eral of ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1903

SAILORS KILLED BARREL OF ALCOHOL ABOARD CRUISER EXPLODES. One sailor Boasted to Death and Another Di«s Later of Injuries- Barrel of Smuggled Alcohol In directly Responsible for the Ac cident. Norfolk, Va , Sept. 14.—The explo sion of a barrel of alcohol on the super structure of the deck of the cruieer Olvmpia, in drydock at the Norfolk na vy yard, last night, killed two men, se verely injured others and set fire to the ship- The damage by fire was confined to the dcek of the vessel and embraced only the canvas awnings and their fix tures. The decks were slightly in jured. Norfolk' Va., Sept. 14.—Lieutenant Commander Van Dorser, executive offi cer of the crniser Olympia, has given out an official statement of the factn at tending the explosion of a barrel of al oohol on the cruiser'e deck, causing the death of Marine Corporal Yejkes, of Philadelphia, the fatal injury of Ap prentice Seifert and the seriuos injury of third-class Master-at-Arms Caster and Apprentice Shavey, in addition...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1903

San Juan Islander TIIK ISHN'DEIt CO.", Publisher*. o. li. CUi«VKR liditor and Manager. ICutoreii at tlio pbstofllce In Friday ilarlwr as second <>!aK* tail tnntter. siibHrripU<»n Pricn. ?<;.r,QJVr Vt-ar The pfflcial Paper oi San Joan County. _- Ciubin.ifl F.«at p- T-> nil siil'vrii cr> payifijj Olio year in ndvuiiVe (and arreiirM, if any) : ■■" follow i\g u.iiii'-i ptiblieations arq'otlcrcd, to tfiTtiierwUh the I>.LA \ Hi :il, at tlio C( lil- i 11« i <»i • prices quoted, viz.: isi..\ NUIiK .-111(1 Seattle I'ost [lHelliKcnccr, Benii-v;cekly, |2.00 Seattle i";.i"'s. weekly, ... - iSo Northwest Horticulturist - - l .60 ivfcw Y.nk Tribune Harnier - • - 1.80 New York TrJbuuc Kcvicw - • 1.60 St-w York Tribune, ».ri-weckly, - • 2-10 Thriccii-V.Vi.k N. Y.-Wojld, - - • 2"o Toleilo Ulade, V 6? Detroit Krec ['res«, penii-^refkly, - - 2.00 : S. !•'. l-;\.i:uin< r. wccklyl - - - 8.50 ] s. K. Utiltt-iiii, Sun'ilay edition, ' - 3-<» Chicago liitor-Ocean, weekly, - 2.1...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1903

fpENTAL^WORKI | — , I w May cost too mu'-h or be too cjieap to fj a carr y quality. We make" a moderate $ £■' c , iar ,_r c for strictly first-class service; our ($ 'I operations are as nearly painless as a per M # feet equipme!lt »nd modern methodscaii » 6 ina ue them, and we guarantee the work, $ I „. golutely. ■* I HIGH >^^ $.7.00 I | GRADE #^5 $8-SO I '* PLATES $10.00 I * " " ■■'■"•■ I 1 rainless extracting. _ $ .50 g | GoM filliJigrs - $1-00 up \& I" Gold filling! $1.00 op \ h. Bridge work... $5.00 up p i*. 00 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $6.00 gjj 1 " .■:•■•• I I ' \ •. MIXATION FREE OF CHABGE|^ ft? _■_-'. -i.'-. -1-..— W I WUATCOM DENTAL 1 I PARLORS | !*< CLOVER BLOCK I \X 11A T( V) &f, WASH] NGTON | * r-v» { E. F. HARPST # \ WatcbinaKer and Jeweler S f I'O.-I'OKFICK- iJLDO # (iIO.S. VVIHUHT,M.D. physician ;and SURGEON - OKKICii AND RESIDKNCE Sprins street, - - . Friday Harbor T. f. ( APItON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Office hours at Fria*y Harbor: Kvrry Friday, fro...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1903

p^W«& . Model Poultry Coop. Tt always pays to make coops sub stantial and keeping the comfort of the mother hen in view. To do this the coop should be of fairly good size, so that the Old hen will have a chance to more about. The illustration shows n large coop built especially for a hen turkey nml nor brood, but quite suited to other kinds of poultry. The founda tion of this coop was a dry goods box, the room was cut so that it slanted a little and was then covered with tar MODEL COOP FOB POULTRY. paper to shed the rain. A tight board floor should be made in the coop, and It should bo slightly elevated, which will prevent dampness, always fatal to young tiirkfl and chicks. Ventila tion is provided by a hole cut in the top front of the coop; this hole is cov ered, when desired, by a piece of board held in place by a screw. A novel fea tuiv of the coop consists of three re movable doors, which are hinged to the coop as occasion requires, using the sort of hinges on which blinds a...

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. — 17 September 1903

Eruptions There ia o nly one w.* v to Bet ric* of dimples and other eruptions. P \nd it'a simple and easy enough. cleanse the blood, improve the diges .• gtimulate the kidneys, liver and by the same means at the same 11 The medicine to take is Hood's Sarsaparilla ■Thia statement ia confirmed by the ex >rience of thousands whom this medi c'ue haa permanently cured. Accept no substitute. Almost Succeeded. ! There are a million jokes, more or less, about accidents to high silk hats. The No^r York Times tolls a new one, which has to do with a French opera bat^-one of those made with spriags, jso that it collapses, and may be car ried flat under the arm or shored con jvenlently out of the way. j Uncle Frank was showing one of these opera hats to little Dorothy. She let it spring open once or twice and was much delighted. ! The day after, Uncle Frank bought a n ow silk hat of the shiny, non-col lapsible kind, and sent It home. When |he went to his room that night, little I Dorothy came...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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