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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

I". >pez Island LOPKZ Mi*-: Ireland Is <p*ndin( her holiday vncntib'ii with her parent^, Mrs. Ben •LichleJil»erf? and Mrs. Buckley have returned from Seattle; Rll Atkinson went to Vancouver, B, C , laVt week to upend Christmas with hi« ps rents Mi<« Bessie Rntlpr, of Anncort^s, i» vi«i tin's her prai(df>ar«?nt«, Mr. and Mrs. Bolton; Mis?. Allyn and W|m Wakefleld \y<?nt to bn*RH Island Friday; for a short visit. Fred Bolton cam* up from Reattle Friday morning and ate Christmas dinner with his parents, returning via Anacortee In the afternoon. [A Rpoclnl nor respondent of the Tsr, am'ki: on Lope/. Nlnnd favors us with an excellent report of the Christmas »xer« oi«os of the oongrw»atlonnl Sn'nday school* which wcra hold at Woodmen hall Christmas eve.- -Ed.] The hall was packed to the entrance and «ra* a mass of''glitter aid irlteton." Tin* effect was elaborate. Special dec orations mid the two immense Christ mas trees glistening with tinsel and other ornament* and heavil...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 December 1903

Lopez Island i.or / Mi«< Ireland Is-pundlng her holiday vacation with her parent*. Mrs. Ben LiehtenberK and Mrs. Buckley have returned from Seattle; Eli Atkinson wont to Vancouver, V,. C , last week to upend Christina* with hi* rents. Mi«x >s«ie Butler, of Annnortvs, i« voting her grandparents, Mr. and Mr* Bolton. Miss Allyn and Ml» Wakrfield went 10 Diva* Wand Friday for a short visit. Fred Bolton came up from Seattle Friday morning and ate Chmtmas dinner with hi« parents, returning via Anacnrlee in the afternoon. [A special correspondent of the Nr, a MMi; on Lopez island favors us with an excellent 11'; 1"11 of the C.liristina*; r«xer« c\*m of the Congregational Sunday schools which we'rq held at Woodmen hall Christinas eve.'— En.] The hall wan packed to the cut ranee and wnVa mass of "ulitter aid Rlhten The etlcct was elaborate. Special dec oration* and the two immense Christ jins tree* glistening with tinsel and other ornament* and heavily laden with 600 of the 1800 Christ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

Che Ban Islander VOL. XIII. Fora LimitedTiine One can of Jf. C. or Crescent Baking Powder will be given FREE with every barrel of ;: :: \\ ;: ?; .. .. Seal of Washington Flour Bold for Cash at $4.50 per barrel at :: :: :: ;j CHURCHILL'S I Ladies Will Find i •%- '—'■ rr —: ! " <—"" :.-. 4- THE LATEST CREATIONS IN ; ... Waist Patterns... X Flannel and Mercerized. I *•• ■ Dress Flannels ... > Choice Colors. : „. New Prints ... 4. \ Handsome and Serviceable— t Lqader in Dry Qoods, Clothing, ' IIT l\f CC- IVI >? t Shoos ii.Ml Furnishings Uull W CI M O You Don't Heed To Pay Extravagant Prices for Groceries. There are no better, goods in the market than ire sell, and no prices more reasonable. With our superior brand of teas * The people we,ll remark, We generally "aim to please," ' And always hit the mark." ' G. B. DRIGGS TOURIST HOTEL W. H. McCRAHY. Proprietor Leading Hotel of San Juan County : : Rates $1.35 Per Day : ! Teams and Saddle Hor«»s for Hire Headquarters fur Ruch« Har...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

Che San lahmder VOL. XIII. I Fora Limited Time i| ( One can of Km C. or Crescent Baking <; «j Powder will be given FREE with every • 1; <> barrel of ;: :: 5: ;: »; :; .. .■' <> j < ' <l Seal of Washington Flour [> \ ■ . " '' . " ■ :>5 ;! { Bold for C#sh at $4.50 j I I per barrel at :: :::::: j! I CHURGHILL'S i; J CHURCHILL'S !j < 5 —.. _ <| +»++++♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦•♦"»• ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+»♦♦ 4-^t.^^f 4.4 4, 4+ 1 4 + i Ladies Will Find i \ t— ' V" - ""^ ■ ~~ —^ —~^— —. 1 4- THE LATEST CREATIONS IN f I ... Waist Patterns... | X Flannel and Mercerized. *' I ... Dress Flannels ... :: > Choice Colors. „" 1' I M ,New Prints ... :: 4. \ Handsome and Serviceable— < • t Lqader in Dry Cfoods, Clothing, ' IIT|VICC"M'^ 4 t Shoes and Furnishings UUll WE- I W| % ++++♦++++» ♦ ♦ 4 ♦ ♦ +-M"f>>44*fV»4>»>^+*^+*+"M^>>+*+^+ f*» "«•'""« «*'"'" mmuitmi^tm ■«..-._.."...-.i ■■■...-:.■.■.■,..— v-.j- -.-■.., I You Dont Heed To Pay Extravagant Prices for...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H. (I I.VKK, Killtor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brlei Summary of Less Important Though not the Less Interesting. Happenings of the Week, From All I'arts of he World. Former Congreppman James J. Bel den, of New York, ie dead. King Christian o! Denmark is re ported to be serioulsy ill. Captain Frederick Pabot, the »oted Milwaukee brewer, is dead (ieorge B. McClellan was inaugu rated mayor of New York Friday. According to the Express Gazette nineteen train and stage robberies took place in 1903. The record for the year compares favorably with previous an nual reports. Tl.ere is said to be danger that some of the propopp«l important legislation for Alaska will be lost on account of the revival of the statehood fight, which cauped so much trouble in coongress last winter. General Weyler will snon publish a book on his military cmpaign in Cuba. Two interesting chapters will be head ed, "My Project for Landing in United States Territory" find "Reasons Why...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

AWAITING ISSUE JAPANESE EVIDENTLY REGARD WAR INEVITABLE. Government Has Completed Ar rangements for Transporting Tro*»ps and Bapplies—Japaness Press Urging Immediate Open ing of Hostilities. Tokyo, Jan. 4.—Wr* with Russia is regarded here as inevitable, and the pre?s is urging the immediate opening of hostilities. AH of the banks are withholding funds, and it is believed tbia is the re sult of official instructions. The gov ernment has completed and perfected arrangements for the transportation o' troops and supplies, and the people .•almly await developments. , The con tinued dissemination of [optimistic views from Berlin causes genuine sur prise and regret here. Shanghai, Jan. 4.—Chinese cruisers here are preparing for active service. They are taking on board ammuni tion and supplies. They will remain here for orders. London, Jan. 4.—The Times Tokyo correspondent cays: "The situation is extremely critical. Russia maintains a profound silence. Failing some conciliatory action on th...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

'an jfuan Islander THK ISLANDEK CO., I'ubllsheri. < . H. CULVKR. :....Kditor and Manager. Entered at the postomee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. , „rl|'tion Trice, - 11,60 Yew The Official Paper ol San Joan County. Til! VV,JANIJARY:7.!(»(M Hawaii's Advertising Experience. i There is nothing much more annoy i:*3 than a garbled advertisement, and particularly trying is the recent expert .l< ,c of the Hawaiian "promotion com mittee," which is booming the islands : nl a short time ago ordered full page ; ilvertisements inserted in several / :nerican magazines. The opening words of the text were "sunny slopes." a fitting phrase for ■ •pJobrating the glories of tropical is Janus. The only trouble wns with the compositor, who Bet up the phrase "snowy slopes," slightly changing the •I'iise. Nor was his blunder altogether :;Tkwdisable, for the picture accompa ; ; ing the text showed a distant white ] ";ik beyond the green and flowering shore in the foreground. The promo ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

g DENTAL 10RKI h ■^r-iv cost too much of be too che'sp to ' 1 i; cqr 'ry quality. We mate a moderatec M i. cliar ge for strictly first-class service; pur | I operations are asneaffy painless us a per jj £ ft equipment and modern methods can 8 i „nke them, and we guarantee the work' £■ | absolutely. . „•-/■ f| | HIGH j^LL $ 00 I I PLATES £10.00 I I"" ' '..;. ' |a i Painless extract!t\g..........s .50 ' | • Gold ti11ing5..........". .-....."..-SIQO up | \ |;,-i,i,f work ...:.... $.5.00 up | ft "2 nt. ,'old crowns, $5.00 $6.00' $ S- ■ 1 BE IFX IMIXATIOW FREE OF CHARGE * I \ViIATfSOM . DENTAL i • PARLORS .. I CLOVBn BLOCK S i! WHATCOM, WASHINGTON I $ fM jjM, miUi HUH* !HMHMMMlii#im&% |E. F. HARPST £ I' >. Watchmaker, Jeweler arid | :j Friday Harbor i GEoTsI WRIOIIT, M. D. PHYSICIAN JAND iSURGEON O?FICB AND RESIDENCE . ] ,Bpr;us Street, f , - - Friday Harbor L TCAPIION, M. D. PHYSICIA.S AND SURGEON I Office hours at Friauy Harbor: Kv«y Friday, from, 9 a. m. t<**2 vi, »l the Vie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

1 The Contrabandist: & \ i?& * OF \v * ■~-~"~~-~-"~~"~""""~"'~"~ —''~~~ —————— —————— TJ-ITT % 5 One Life's Secret! El 1 UIIU LHP 0 ODUIQI ■ | FRANCE I CHAPTBB XVJII.-(Continued.) They reached Paris and shortly were established as in another home, nt the Hotel de Clairvilio. Here the kind-heart ed Count Frederic and his amiable wife. congratulated themselves upon having gathered together so happy a family par ty; and lvi pains were spared to COO tribote to the enjoyment of each. Rose had never been in Paris before; its splen dors and gaieties were novd and pleasing to her. But every enjoyment had its chief source from the presence of l.ouis: nothing was complete if he were boI at her side to share in her pleasure: and it charmed him to perceive this. "You shall dwell here, s ■ day. my Rose," he said to In r. with his own bright smile that the young girl loved so well. And she smiled in return: while Helen Montauban turned away, with n dark gleam io her eyes a darker frown on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

Eruptions The only way to get, rid of pimples and other erup tions is to cleanse the blood, improve the digestion, stim ulate the kidneys, liver and skin. The medicine to take is Hood's Sarsaparilla Which has cured thousands. Fattens QUICK! Cattle and Hogs for market. Shorten* fattening period one-fourth. Saves Feed. FATTEST CATTLE. «T fed Prussian Stock Food last winter and turned off the fattest cattle I eyer had for the game length of time.*** I consider Prussian Stock Food ■ ■■■■ well worth the cost ■P\aOO Ffeo^^H I would not be with- K>J I*, so £■ out it -g.w. arnby, B>^;rr.■»- >M I'itrker, S. D. ■F^F^^T'^^ rDPP TokrthlSftd. «£ SZ&jMM FKLL to the dealer g^ggg VIB »" .->.».. name . -****- :: *'J^H appears t»«low and get a B| a" 1""I-« -/fl copy of the Farmer's ft ■■ml2ii i 3£sJ^M STucKMA.yg Hasp Book PORTLAND SEED CO,, Portland. Of., Goait Agents. Ef / f^shiiEK %*■ i s I » I -vS'.Sy V H . * #: ;«? sv^i?3s? ' if* *s'"'-'?»* I H A' '*•*•.•'-<:* si IS * { * At;' ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 January 1904

i Ocas Islar.d ;! DOS IIA V AM» OLOA Nick Davi* went to Belli Off bap last Thursday wit,n his father, who.i^ quite sick. The I)Qe Bay wharf is nulled up in good shape and has a neat li tie. ware house. Annie Sohmidlo returned to Bplling li- in last week to resume her studies at. i- hoot. Miss Palmer returned Monday »n*i opened school again in tIM lJue I>uy I district. O. Schoktle was in town last week nnd bought quite a stock of^jjood? for' his store. Claui Lpgbaiidt has gone away to work again iii the. country back of j Bellingham. Following is a summary of the rather report of Observer Willis, of the Olga station, for the month of ])<*-j qember and also a yearly summary for iposi) DECEMBER SUMMARY Mean temperature ... It 0 Maximum temperature .■- • on ijtli ■ Minimum temperature 32° on 4th Total precipitutioiv ...s* in. (Jrentcst in 24 hours 45 ob 16-jo No. dayi on which .01 inches or more rain fe11... 11. Clear. days V: < Ra'rtly cloudy, II Cloudy ' 14 Mean temp., above ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 January 1904

Ox San Juan Islander \ ()L. XITI. Fora limited Time' \ j ; One can lof K. G. or Crescent Baking 1 Powder will be given FREE with every < barrel of :: :: •'• •• •• .. .. < < j Seal of Washington Flour ! ] ; • Sold,for Cash at $4.50 \ ) per barrel at :: ;: :: :: \ CHURCH I -I ]_ i I \ ' i ■■■—■■«»^ •»■__a«i^..l < ■-V ♦>+-»♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ++♦+♦♦♦♦♦+♦-f4O 4 ■♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦>■-♦•■»♦♦>>■ 4-f 4-^-f4-4-f-» • adies Will Findi | | THE LATEST CREATIONS IS : Waist Patterns ; Flannel and Mercerized. " ; ...Dress Flannels ... < " • Choice Colors. . "" : ... New Prints ... : ► , .' ' Handsome and Serviceable—at * " Loader in Dry Goods, Clothing I £■" I\i O ST &I * CJ " '. Shoes and Furnishings : fj &L* IN «2) EL I M *3 < ft .*aimj*miom**mom*f*tßm*K\omitit****** i^w» umwwwa^wwmwiwwiwiwouwwww^ ; You Don't Heed ' .' | To Pay Extravagant Prices for Groceries. I , There are no better goods in the market than ; we sell, and no prices more reasonable. I With our superior brand of...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 January 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H. CII.VEX. Editor. WASH. FRIDAY HARBOR. NEWS OF THE DAY Brtel Summary of Less Important Though not the IjCßs Interesting. Happening* of the Week, From All Parts of the World. General Gordon of Confederate fame is reported to be dying at his home at MiamaF. Florida. E. H. Harriman has l>een elected president of the Union Pacific, to suc ceed H. G. Burt, resigned. Major General Young, chief of staff since the retirement of Genernl Miles, has been retired on account of having reached the age limit. Park Goodwin, from 1«:?7 to 1853 editor of the New York Evening Post, Of which he again became editor a few years ago, is dead. The eommisisoner of internal reve nue has deooided that it is permiriable for state prisons to make tobacco or cigars for their own inmates without paying license. The senate committee on military affairs has authorized Senator Foraker to report favorably the nomination of Governor Taft. of the Philippines, to be secretary of war. Charle...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 January 1904

MAY APPEAL TO US KOREA LIKELY TO INVOKE OLD TREATY. Agreement."With United States Pro- Tides for the Exercise of Good Offices in Case Other Powers l>eal Unjustly With the Hermit Kingdom. Paris, Jan. 11.—Mm Yuen Tchan, the Korean Mminister, said to the As sociated Press that he would not be surprised should Korea appeal to the United States for her good offices in her behalf in case of an invasion of Korean territory by one or the other powers. Under the treaty between the United Statess and Korea this is per niissble Moreover, continued the minister, the people of Korea regard the United States in a most friendly way because of its faithful policy, and owing to the tact that the first country to sign a treaty with the "Hermit Kingdom" was the United States. "Russia does not want war," added the minister, "and the Japanese gov ernment does not want war, but the Japanese people, I fear, will force a conflict. "The attitude of Korea has not been disclosed, but my idea is that it wil...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 January 1904

Qin juan Islander ■•"i- IM.ANDIi: CO., l'.il»li«li«r*. ii. 11. CUI.VKK, Kditor and Manager. Snto'Md it the posloliiee in Friday iiirboi iisHeeoiKi claw mail matter. riibHcriiitlnii Prlre, - »t.50 Per Year Til? Qft^iil Paper ol San Juan County. TiIUKSKAY. .IANUAHY H. \\ol HFTV FOUR LIVES LOST C . 1 v • :r ■ In st pr»Re down with the vessel when she sank, lie think* thee ueie about thirty-live Mirvivora • n tin; wick at that time. Upon coining up he succeeded in reaching the cabin ro>l, which float, d like a raft, washed by the seas, and to this ho managed to cling until rescued by the brave crew of the tug Sea Lion, who, with one boat, wived twenty-four ]iv«s. lie speaks in the highest ternji of their conduct and also strongly con - mends the crew of the Clallaiu; I) illi ol I . <i. llicliH • )v o the »adde«t o' all the <!r:tths result ins* from the<at*atrophe was that j of Uly-we* Grunl Hicks, of this place, who wax enrollll- with the Sullins party to the Sit. Sicker min...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 January 1904

LJ£■ li i—MB HI ill | ilill,iLUKg?taMKd dehtal_wq; \ \'' ■ ■.' r ;; * **• * i •' i ,' May cost too much or be too cheap to i . carry quality. We make, ,*a moderate j charge for strictly first-class service; our • operations arc as nearly painless asa per j feet equipment and modern iiicth'tfg can -, make thorn, and we guarantee the work * absolutely. • HIGH \s±. % 00 :: GRADE Mm* S 8.60 I PLATES "WmX 510.00 , £ Painless extracting ? .50 , Gold fillings $1.00 up 1 Bridge w0rk............ ...§5.00 up 'j 22 pt. gold crowns, $.3.00 $0.00 jj EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE I WHATCOM DENTAL I'- PARLORS '"* CLOVER BLOCK At ' i WHATCOM, WASHINGTON $ ■■■'■■ >.';>. Local and personal Brown's mill is again running. C'.iinie and fancy Va!«minosat Powie's, Trunks, A'alisos and I>aiiibo<) Goods at ]miv lei. New TaV>lets, Uooks and Pipes at Fow le's. -■ ♦ Sheriff McCrary was |iv Seattle on business this week. Greatly reduced prices on Winter Hats. Mis ■ Mullis, Milliner. ♦— — Pure Califo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 January 1904

The Contrabandist; I 4? I 11 One Life's Secret! |±I 1 One Life's Secret! liEl CHAPTER XlX.—(Continued.! They left tne broken vehicle, the pros trate horses that struggled and kicked in y.i\n attempts to free themselves from the harness and rise, and in the darkness ■nd the .storm pursued with all possible haste the road to the chateau. There was no shelter near. The light form of Hose was as nothing in the strong IHM of the marquis, Hupidly he bore hei ■loss, keeping the folds of his cloak well wrapped about her. "We are almost at the village." said Francis Kgerton, as he supported his companion with a lover's tenderness that ■Ml BOW with BO repulse. Tor Helen Montauban knew nothing of it. Sin- was saying to herself, "Is Hose dead? Has she escaped me? Am I to be spared my work at last?" She listen ed for a sigh—a groan, from the lips of that inanimate figure that was borne be tore her. No sound was heard from them. Already, a strange fever «>f joy Btingied with the shivering exci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 January 1904

Economy Is a strong point, with Hood's Sarsaparilla. A bottle lasts longer and does more good than any other. It is the only medicine of which can truly be said 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR "ALL IN A DRY TIME THE SKN Of THE FISH NEVER FAILS t IN A WET TIME. Remember this when>oubuy Wet Weather Clothing and look for the name TOWER on the buttons, This sign and this name have stood for the BEST during sixty-seven .yews of increasing sales. If .your dealer will not supply you write for fret catalogue of black or yellow water proof oiled coats, slickers, suits, hats, and horse goods for all kinds of wet work. A. J. TOWER CO.. THE .rfWßfe BOSTON. MAS!.. U.S.A. <SION ™- ■» , TOWER CANADIAN CO, =jP^*-: TORONTO. CAN. TuHlTm 'tyfBRMW Steel Clad Grubber ? ' '' -■ ■ Jkw!h Simplest, Strongest, Easiest handled Grubber ever made. Will pull MORE and LARGER STUMPS with LESS EXPENSE than any other. Write for descriptive circulars and prices. JOHN S. BEALL, Manufacturer **3 Commercial Block, PORTLAND, ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 January 1904

Otcxq Island DOE BAT AMI OLOA Mrs. H. E. Shivler and Loulss Carl- B a \v -re in town last week. Win. Burr, of San Juan Island, bought Mw Morress 1 bijj mars las) w< Henry Legbandt and Frank Fisk w iv 111 town iasl wftk on business. Mrs Sp:uil went away last Friday to St. John's hospital Port Townstnd. M,-.. [] F. White returned from liiiKhain Friday. H*T mother cain« 1, u*k with her for visit. Win. Visreck i;« not farmiua the Doe Bay place this year; Hartley and Al bert will have clmrK« of it. Dr. Hi. ■'. of New 5 nrk, was vinitimt I,:- brother C. >. Rice lasl week. He tea Puget Sound weather Is very fine. Phere »r« threa telephones In opera tiou on Hi- D >■• r iv line, one at the postofflce, one at Behmidle's store and one at Mrs. MOll ■«'. Congratulation* Mr. J >hn H. CnlloHi; editor ofthoGar laiul, 1 ■ ■■.■!-. News, lias written :i, letter <>i i.«i ,:•'■, ituliitions t«i thn inunulaeturora ■•: »'h;iuii><Tlaiii's Cough Ucnio>ly :'- fll"7, 8 yeiirsago^vbe...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 January 1904

Cbe San Islander VOL. XIII. Fora Limited Time One can of K. C. or Crescent Baking Powder will be given FREE With every barrel of :: ;; ;; m .. .. .. Seal of Washington Flour Sold for Cash at $4.50 per barrel at :; :: k •• CHURCHILL'S WATCH THIS SPACE You Don't Heed To Pay Extravagant Prices for (Groceries. There are u<> batter fttli in Urn market than >ye si 11, and no prices more reasonable. With our superior brand of teas The people well remark, We generally "aim to please," And always "hit the mark.'? i TOURIST HOTEL j 5 W. H. McCRARY, Proprietor • ! $ j t Leading Hotel of San Juan County , I ; : Rates $1.25 Per Day : ; J 0 _ _^. i i Teams and Saddle Horsos for Hire I * • Headquarters for lluclie Harbor Stage Line < I Friday Harbor, v - Washington ; CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Hough >d Pressed ._ _ - . pr> I FUUITBOXES J%& SHINGLESJ ;;^ at Lowest Market }'rir«'S .....Office aud:Mili;at rTVprpnx WEST SOUND, - WASIiaGTO...

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