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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 December 1903

San jfuan Islander TIIK ISLANDBU CO.. rubli»h«n. O. U. CUI.VKR Editor and Manager. Bntered si tho postotlice in Friday Harbor sssaooad clans mail matter. PiVhwoript<..n I'rlco, - »1.80 Per Tear The Official Paper ot San Joan Connty. T!IUR*»I»'AY, DRrEMBER i?, 1908 Prohibiting food Adulterftion. T\;,t , i > onicials of the United si ten treasury .■:;•. i agricultural departments :•■,. i pry much i 11 rnesi In their dt» at tbe Importation U ,■ | :. od products into thi try is apparent from the fact that i r< ut Importations have ■ y been held up by the inspectors f r examination. This was dene undVi if the law pat ed hi (i i ess, which provides foi re at our ports of entry n : ,-.,y foreigD i"»<l products suspectfii ill rated or falsely lab* !-1 Of the lar. 1" number of seizures tin; far made some have been found to h pg represented and were admitted. o\ rrs were n*Jected and .Mii^d depor pd and still others are yet under h vestl^ation. It is uol i spected that so many cow...

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. — 17 December 1903

D BNTA L_WQRK I I j.. May cost too much or be.too cheap to eg ri cany quality. We ' make « moderate .gj || charge for strictly first-class service; our E operations arc as nearly painless a-*ci per ** H fact equipKieut and modern m. 4 > cau B I D •/.uiUe them, and we guarantee the work |? „.. absolutely^ j$ HIGH -^ $ 7.00 I r GRADE dßJgfr 5 8.50 § | PLATES $10.00 I " " " ° IV.inless extracting $ .00 §; Gold fillings.:. ?1.00 up I Gold liilings H 00 up £ . r>ridge w0rk.....:... -.. ....?.5.00 up £ •22 pt. gold crowns, 53.00 $6.00 | _ ,? - i:\ VUIN'ATION FREE OF CHARGE 1 1 WHATfJOMi DENTAL 1 • PARLORS I (LOVER I^LDCK S Li WHATCOM, WASHINGTON I |E. F. HARP3T I •3 Watchmaker, Jeweler and |i § EJjGRAVER | | Friday Harbor | GEO. S. WRIGHT, M.D. PHYSICIAN {AND SURGEON OPFICK and ri:sidi-:n'ce Pj.ring Street, - - Friday Harbor v."jTc"aprox, M. D. PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON Office- hours at Friauy Harbor: Kvry Friday, from 9 a. m. to 11 m. at the Bay View Hotel Jlcadquarter», - - KOCIIF. II...

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

r The Contrabandist: s % v < * —or THE If One Life's Secret! g: CHAPTER XIV. "I shall see Robin this morning!" was file first thought of Hose, as she sprang from her couch at dawn, and her heart beat faster, and her ch«H>ks tlushed with B deeper red. and her sweet hazel eyes sparkled with happy excitement as she kil before her mirror. The blue-eyed Finette was in raptures. Hose had hardly thought, during the absence <>r Robin, that she could be so deeplj excited by the news of his antici pated return; but she was tOO overjoyed to remain quiet a single moment. At breakfast, it was impossible for bet to cat: and the remarks everywhere mad" Concerning the sudden improvement in her appearance, as well as OH her sud den and contradictory luss of appetite, increased the tinge <>f crimson that al ready glowed in her young cheek. One thing detracted from her other wise perfect happiness. Louis had ex cused himself from appearing. She had scarcely seen him the night before,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 December 1903

Scrofula Makes its presence known by many signs,—glandular tumors, bundles in the neck, cutaneous eruptions, in flamed eyelids, sore ears, catarrh and wasting diseases. Hood's Sarsapariila Effects permanent cures. IMAM COMFORT ■There is no action keener than being dry and comfortable when out in the hardest storm YOUARE SURE OF THIS ■v IP YOU WEAR; ; '"^wiwfl^v. / / \ WATEBPROOF JU OILED CLOTHING r MADE IN MACK OR YELLOW 1 ho BACKED BY OUR GUARANTEE. _*Ja •> TOWER CO. "6O3TbN,MAJ.V.U.SAL -T«*lott[K (VS'ADIA* Ca.LIMITED.TOBONTO.CAN, TS-x. [T A iK YOUR DEALER. JA »V~, If he will not supply you <-*** in ;^f for our free catalogue of and hots. CONSTIPATION •I bare gone 14 Amy at a tint* without « RO(e m«a( of th* bowels, not being able to pots them except by using hot water Injection*. Cbroaie constipation for seven years placed me la id.» terrible condition; during that time I did «t --irTthlLgl heard of butnever found auy relief; snok .ttmrcaie until 1 began using CABCAKKTH. I d...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 December 1903

\ Ban luan loland \ i OutktcUof County B«at ? SAN JUAN YAL.LBT Ed Buckley has returned from a visit to Lopez. John Buckley shipped twelve dressed hogs to prattle last week. Mrs. Wm. Pougberty returned Fri day from a visit Sound. Mrs. E. E. Day, of Tacouja, is visit ing relatives on the island. A. 1' Ackley bought a horse from Jas. Kliil'. of Friday Harbor, Monday. Mr. HademiMi shipped .ten tous of potatoes Monday to A. Vogbt, Fair haven. i ('. M. Tucker went to Tort Town send Saturday on business, returning Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. Ben ten berg were over from Lope/, last week for a short visit with relatives and friend*. John Buckley left for Han Francisco Tuesday to spend the winter. Mrs. Buckley went to Lopez yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs, Ben Lichten lien;. Mr Wold, mo-.»■(! down from Seattle recently and i* now stopping with bis uon ()!»•. John Wold spent several days with hi brother 01s during the Week. .•. The schooner Louise 8. took a cargo of uiaiii lo Port Townsend for...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 December 1903

Cbe San Juan Islander VOL. XIII. I 1 For a Limited Time I One can of If. C. or Crescent Baking J Powder will be given FREE with every barrel of :: :: :; :: :: .. .. | Seal of Washington Flour j | | Sold for Cash at $4.50 iper barrel at :: ::' :: :; I CHURCHILL'S ||- — Z — ; — .^ V »-».^>V>» ♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦0 + +^+-+++-M->~^>4-++^+-^++.fr4 JLadSesWiirFind -► --■ . ~ ' I r? ~ • „•..." -► TDK ■ IjATKST CREATIONS IN : ...Waist Patterns 4- Flannel and Mercerized. ! ... Dress Flannels ... *. Choice Colors. I ... New Prints ... ■t- ■„ —. , „ . _. X Handsome mid Serviceable—at X Loader in Dry Goods, Clothing I £■ IVII C ■-■ IV.I 5 © t Sinn's and Furnishing Ue»IMCD Cm IM t*3 ■♦• >.- \ HI ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦4-f4 o>-f4-f 4-M-fr-M- H-M»M»M-f4-f-f-♦•♦♦ | You Don Heed '. ~~* t; To Pay Extravagant Prices for Groceries. There are no better goods in the market than art 11, and ijo prices more reasonable. With our superior brand of teas The people we}) ronrirk, i ; We generally "aim to ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 December 1903

The San Juan Islander <>. H. (I I.VEIt, Kilitor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. MEWS OF THE DAY Erici Summary of liess Important Though not the Less Interesting, Happening* of the Week, From All Parts of the World. Sir Thomae Upton has announced his readiness to again challenge for the America's rap. At the annual sale of eealnkinP at London the past week prices declined 15 per cent compared with thoee of last year, averaging |16.68, against $17.60 in 1902. The United Sttaes ie now the greatest coal producing country in the world, the output last year reaching 800 f « 0(10,001) tons. This is four tons of coal for every man, woman and child in the I'nited State*. W. .1. Clark, a wealthy mine owner of Montana, wa« seized with a cramp while on a street car at Joplin, Mo., and died a few minutes later. Clark waß a relative of United States Senator (.Mark, ot Montana. The official esthntae of the wheat yield of New South Wales is 28,570,000 oiishelp, an increase of 12,500,000 luih-in In as co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 December 1903

BRIBERY CHARGE JOHN A. BENSON, OF SAN FRAN- CISCO, UNDER ARREST. Charged by the Interior Depart* ment With BHag Bead of th« Land Frauds Extending Over a Dozen States—Many Others Are Implicated. Washington, D«c. 19.—John A. Ben gon, a wealthy San Francisco real es tate operator, charged by the interior department with being the head of the alleged frauds extending over a dozen states and territories of the West, to which Secretary Hitchcock referred vig jonsly and at length in his annual re port, was arre*ted at the Willard hotel yesterday by Secret Seivice Officer Burns, just as Benson was preparing to leave the city for New York. The charge on which the arrest was made waa bribery alleged in the affidavit of Mr. Burns in the warrant that Benson had paid $500 tto Woodford D. Harlan, formerly chief of the special service di vision of the general land office and now a clerk in that office, on March 15 ot this year, for the purpose of extract ing from him information regarding the inve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 December 1903

San jfuan Islander THE ISI.ANDEK CO.. PttblUh*rii« iT. 11. CUI,VKR Editor and Manager. i Entered & at; the * postofflce in Friday lii. or as second class mail matter. Snbocrlpttoa I'riri', - *1 ■■'»(> I'or Year he Official Paper 01 San Juan County. •' \ iUiiSDA i . DECEMBER 24, '>'■")■■ ••anxious to i.m BICE" us •■ Will you walk into my parlor," Sh i ;',:(• spider i<> Hi fly; " ii- ilk> protti little ■ arlor Thai ever you did spy." A recent issue of lie ■"m' |1.- Times c MitaiiHtlie following: ' Many resident* within I lint portion of SUukII .'(Hint v lying between ranges I to .'! east, are discussing i he ii'dVipiibjlity of annexing themselves ''I San Juan county. The, territory li. ■■:<•(; is that portion of the county cut of] by the waters of.Puget Sound, mid embraces the islands of Kidalgo, upon which Atiucortes i* lt> cited, < hi< men «i"» Cypress. Tin change, ii la claimed, would be a great advantage t<> tin- seceding township^ as geographi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 December 1903

iPEillllili -; , '. BJL.T.T-,:a; £ I ;:■< ■. .. fr:| hg May cost too much or be too cheap to Bg ¥, carry quality. W*', make a mof'.et.ite I S c harse for strictly first-class service; dur ijX ti operations are ajinearly paiules?: sa per M k ft ct jiiiptneiit and modern methods can ? £" urike then, and we guarantee the work & f absolutely. , . t 3 I HIGH 8 7.00 I fc GRADE Mms $8.50 1 p PLATES gio.oo | „, ._ _._ I ■■ ■ y, .v * Painless extracting.. $ .50 S - £ Gold fillings .!: i..... $1.00 up | P Bridgf work... ■ ,-A. $5.00 up I jj 22 ]>t. gold crowns, $5,00 $0.00 X H ____^_ ■ I I " IE B IXV.UIXATIQN FREE OF CHARGE 1 I . —T~ ' I 1 WHATCOM: DENTAL 1 | PARLOUS I *» CLOVER BLOCK , g § WHATCOM, WASHINGTON | |E. F. HARP3T | ;H Watchmaker, Jeweler and 5; RAVER I if Friday Harborv| GEO.S. WRIGHT, M. D. IMIYSICIAN [AND SURGEON OFFICK AND RESIDENCE '; Sprius Street, - - Friday Harbor v.j. capr'ox, m. i). PHYSICIAN, AND SURGEON hi ■ hours at Friday Harbor;, Every Kridav, from a. m. t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 December 1903

The Contrabandist; *™ nnr OF THE One Life's Secret! E CHAPTER XV. Ii was night, Helen Montauban had eutcred her apartment, and securing the door, gave, way to the passionate feelings bora of a dire suspicion, which had been rankling in her breast for Bonn. The Interview between her father and Rose in the Moraine, the hint tit a confession, the thousand Blight yet convincing token? of feeling witnessed thai afternoon and evening in her dose yet silent and i MitJiy watch over actions and words, Rouiething peculiar in the manner of the marquis, and the occasional gay yet mys terious jests of the Count de l-lairville— all combined to awaken within her the bitterest uud most tormenting distrust and suspicion. "I will know—l will know!" she said to herself. A little while she waited, till «h.' was able to assume a manner of per fect composure, and then, lifting an ala buster lamp from the toilet, she crossed the gallery and entered the apartment op (•(■site. Rose had dismissed her maid an...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 December 1903

No Appetite Means loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and is often a pre cursor of prostrating sick ness. This is why it is serious. The best* thing you can do is to take the great* alterative and tonic Hood's Sarsaparilla Which has cured thousands. BESTFORTHE BOWELS HfOB haven't a regular, healthy movement of «M "Els every day, you're Sick, or will be. KeeproS Kwlu open, and be welL Force, in the»hapeof KSllnt physic or pill poison. It dangerous. TfoiS SheSt/easlest. most perfect waj of kwpisg U» clear and clean to to take E %J*W CATHARTIC Xfffe^ TRADI MANN ftMWTffKD **^ PiMS&nt, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good, DoQeo& Sicken v Weaken, Gripe, 100. SOc Wrltl For (ree samp and booklet on health. Address | t(r llogBMBedyro»p«»f,Ckla«t,HOBU»»l,»«wIor». till KEEP YOUB BLOOD CLEAN THERE IS NO '^S*, SLICKER LIKENS Forty yeoTs &^o and after many years of use on the eastern co&st. Tower's Waterproof Oiled Coats were introduced in the West and were called slickers by the pioneers ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 December 1903

Lopes Island LOPEZ Tin Wood is home from Whatoom, A. L. Rastnian and family h»v« moved t<> Whateom. Mrs. Ben Lichtenbi rg and Mr*, .'no. Buckley went to (Seattle Thursday. Lopez now in direct comniutiica tioii \\i:n Richardson by teltrpli >ne. B.ii \y«eki went to Seattle Hatur day, where he will visil relatives dur jug ill** holidays. Dr. Davison and wife, of Anaeorte*, «re"visitlng lilm paivnts and trill stay until after (li« holidays. Miss Uambill, who liaa been with in i brother Rev. Thou. (Jamhill 'the past mummer, has returned to her home in lowa.' ' Mr. in.i Mm, yyatson, of Anacortes, are visiting her grandpurenU, Mr. and ilrs. (in). Bolton. They were married ;jiiiie recently. Melvin Pierce died WedneHday, Dec. 16, after ■ long and painful illip - . He wai buried Thurwiay, the Woodmen having charge of the fu -rat he hav ing been a member of that order for many years. He wan also" a veteran of the <ivil war and a Qjetuber of the firatid Army, having served in the 7t...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

Ox Ban Jmn Islander VOL. XIII. For a Limited Time Oue can of If. Cm or Crescent Baking Powder Will be given FREE with every barrel of :: :: :: •* m :: .. Seal of Washington Flour Sold for GasJl at $4.50 per barrel at :: :: :: •• CHURCHILL'S adses Will Find f '9' THE LATEST CREATIONS IX . "" Waist Patterns : Flannel and Mercerized. """ ... Dress Flannels ... : Choice Colors. V ...New Prints ... : Handsome and Serviceable—at y Loader in Dry Goods, Clothing, I IT M C 5 £■ IVI ' C „ Shoes ami Furnishings \J CINW CL 9^fl O f ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦<> Yon Don't Heed ji To Pay Extravagant Prices for Groceries. There are no better goods in the market than Wt soil, ami no prices more reasonable. . With our superior brand of teas j The people well roinirk. We generally "aim to please," And always "hit tlio mark." G. B. DRIGGS jj ■ ■ < I TOURIST HOTEL j I W. H.-.McCRARY, Proprietor ] 5 Leading Hotel of San Juan County J > : : Hates $1.25 Per Day : : J ) • .g i ' \. v ■ ~—; ~""~ ' ' '• * &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H. ITLVKR, Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brlci Summary of Lies* Important Though not the Less Interesting, Happenings of the Week, From, AH Tarts of the World. The project to place railroad steel, gugar and electric machinery on the free duty list has been voted down in the Cuban congress. Rear Admiral Edwin White, retired, dropped dead of heart disease at the Brooklyn navy yard, where he went to call on Rear Admiral Rogers. At Chicago the grand jury has re turned ten indictments against union carmen, charging them with assault and inciting a riot in the recent btreet car strike. Henry Norman M. P., the author and travele , has sailed for New York from Liverpool on the Majestic. He proposes to investigate the question of preferential tariffs in Canada. Mayor-elect McClellan, of New York, has announced the appointment «f For mer Assistant Secretary of the Navy William McAdoo as pol'ce commission er and Maurice Featherstone as dock commissioner. ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

MORE WABLIKE JAPANESE RAILWAYS QIVEN NO- TICE TO BE READY. Ninety Thoßaand Troops to be Mot ed Southward as Soon as They Can Mobilized--Siberian Mining Engineei Talks on Situation as He Observed It. Nagsaki, Dec. 25.—1t is reported here that the Japanese railways have been ordered to prepare to transport 90,000 troops southward as soon as they can be mobilized. The same report also states that the war office is now engaged in selecting the men who wi'l fompose this draft. Reports received from the forty Japanese warships in southern Japanese waters declare that maneuvering is the order of the day and that all are fully coaled and in readiness for instant service. HARRINGTON'S OPINION. Believes War Between Russia and Japan a Certainty. Seattle, Dec. 26.—"War between Russia and Japan may safely be counted on as one of the certainties of tLe near future," said C W. Harrington, a min ing engineer just arrived from Vladi vostok by wav of Yokohama. "The English and American residents of Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

San }van Islander tiik ISL.ANDKH CO., Publishers. O. 11. CUI.VKR IMitor and Maunder Rntered at the postofflce In Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. gnbftcrl pllnn I'rlco, - »1.80 IVr Year The Official Paper ot San Juan Coonty. TiIITKSHAY. I>ECKM'nEU 81, 1903 ; Tfio N\ rddlng Pool. There arc iXany kinds of fools In this country, ami they tire found in every rrov/d. They run to Bros, they gather ;-t dog fights', they rock boats aud do :■.]] sorts of :;.• '.vlu-' t Lings, but a care ful study of Hie matter would prob ably show iiiiit fools are found in Jar ;:, r numbers at Weddings than any vvherb cine in the world. They arc usually of the practical joke kind, the r:ost pestiferous of all fools. Here i: a case in point: Clinton It. Kef . ■. N, v., lvi ued from tbi had taken tl tl other <1.-i.. i \'U ;i.ls Uoi ked ar their deligbl and pre ■<w<. Bud ■ l :...>■ w ,is being !. !■■■ ■'. d h C .• : ly us !"i> and Ibe groo . (•/as appl i . vi n I in ■ ,< ■ ■ I upo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

DENTIL May cost too much or,fee too chftip to c^rry quality. .. We . initke a niorierate charge for strictly first-class servlc-.-; our operation* are as nearly pain. > ana per f<_ct t-i|uii>nieiit and niodern met'• (litcan make them, and we guarantee the work absolutely. ' • . ■ ■ ". HIGH $ 7.00 GRADE $s!0O PLATES >WBf ;810;00' Painless extracting :? .50 I ,',l fillings $1.00 up Bridge work $5.00 up 22 pt. gold crowus, $5.00 $6.00 . ___ . .EXAMINATION FREE OF CIIAKGE ■■_jri_n.j-ii_*S_f-i_|-,|-_ ~ i / WMAWOM DENTAL PARLORS ci.OVKIt BLOCK WIIATCOM, \VASiiIX ; ION ' S. F. HARFST i Watchmaker, Jeweler and ENGRAVER i Friday Harbor GEO.S. WRIGHT. 31.1). PIIYSICTAN JAND SUUGEON OKPICK AND RESIDENCE Sprin" Street, - — l'rtday Harbor V.J. CAPRO3T f M. D. ■ . VSICIA.N AND "SURCFEOX ■ Office hears at Kria .y Harbor: l'vry Friday, front 'i a. m. to \i 1:1. vi 'the Bay View Hotel Headquarters, - - ROCHE HARBOR. DkTf. J. TAN KIRK special Practice Limited to Eye, Ear] Nose and Throat ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

1 The Contrabandist; Id& I I flno I ifo'Q s°B Hk § UIId Lllco OdUIgI; |[ F r^ce|: CHAPTBB XVII. Tli.« party had estn-blinbed themselTea hi their hotel ii» Lyons, there to remain for MOM days, before proceeding to Paris. It was here that Rose had some hopes of meeting her father. She could not but be sad us she thought of him, mid the difference between his fortune and hers: of his poverty, his loneliness; of his homeless wanderings. It contrast ed ho,bitterly with her lot that she wept over the reflection. S.i Hose waited, and from morning till night she listened and watched and prom ised herself that she should presently see linn. But the first day went by, and the second, mil the third; and sti'l. though every possible attempt was made to find such a person, it whs in vain. The marquis, or Louis, or both, were away from dawn till dark, seeking tid ings of him. jet no satisfactory result followed. Hose did not despair, how ftfer. She always said to herself, "If he is here they ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

Rheumatism Does not let* go of you when yon apply lotions or liniments. It* simply loosens its hold fora while. Why? Because to get* rid of it you must correct* the add con dition of the blood on which it depends. Hood's Sarsa parilla has cured thousands. WATERPROOF I-#M^ J/£ OILED CLOTHING *&*> %-^)J Made m black or yellow for All kiwis WA vQJ/l of wet work. On »le everywhere. JM V T/ / Look for the si?n of the rijh.wid /7\\VA \sL7 the mint TOWER on the buttons, /fly \ 1 DYSPEPSIA For six years I was a victim of dye pepaia in its worst form. I could eat nothing but milk toast, and at times my stomach would not retain and digest even that. Last March 1 began taking CASCARETS and since then I have steadily improved, until I am as well as I ever was in my lite." David B. Murphy, Newark. O. CANDY M \^jW CATHARTIC j* TRADE MARK ■gOJCTtfftD Jt^ Flaaiant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Da Bood, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. 25c. 50c. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... it..11., H.»»d...

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