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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 January 1904

The San Juan Islander O. n. (iLVEIt, Kdltor. FRIDAY HAR BOR "WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Briel Summary of Ijcsb Important Though not the L»csß Interesting. Happenings of the Week, From All i*arts of the "World. The first Nome mail since naviga tion closed has arrived by the Cot tage City. R. McClellan. the last surviving field officer of the Mexican war, is dead at Bristol, Term. \V. li. Bancroft bafl been appointed general manager of the Union Pacific, with headquarten at Omaha. Fire at Havre, lfont., burned a whole block of business houses. The loss is estimated at $100,000. Mrs. Ruth Brown Thompson, daugh ter of .Tonh Brown, "the liberator." died Friday at her home in Pasadena. Cal. The business men of I'oeur d A'lene, Idaho, are organiizng a stock compa ny to build and operate a planing mill and sash and door factory. The hearings on the bill to grant ■tatebood to Arizona have been con cluded and the committee has the matter under consideration. A ■emi-offloial denieal has been made o...

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. — 21 January 1904

FOR TRANSPORTS ORIENTAL LINERS IMPRESSED BY JAPAN. 4 -..inpan.v Notified That the Nippon Maru, Hong Kong Maru and America Maru Are Needed—N. Y. K. Officers Expect a Similar Call. San Francisco, Jan. 15.—A cable to the Pacific Mail Steamship Company announces that the Japanese govern ment has impressed into the transport service three steamships of the Orient al Steamship Company plying between this city and the far East. The vessels are the Nippon Maru, Hong Kong Maru and America Maru. They are fast boats, built in 1898 and have l>een under Japanese subsidy. A few months ago they passed govern ment inspection. The America is due here Saturday and will be sent back when discharged. The Nippon left here December 80, and the Hong Kong is now in Japanese waters. Seattle, Jan. 15.—With the an nouncement contained in the foregoing dispatch, the Seattle agents of the Nippon Yusen Kaisha anticipate re ceiving simclar word at any time. W. E. Farr, acting local manager of the company durin...

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. — 21 January 1904

San jfuan Islander THE ISLANDEU CO., rul»llshers. O. H. CUL.VISR ..Editor and Manager. .* Entered at Hip pdstofflce in Friday II irbor as second class mail matter. Subscription Trice, - SU.SO Tor Year The :offl3lal Paper oi San Joan County. TiIAY, JANUARY 21, 1004 Ti i: way to ki:i:i* tuaok The Belllnghain Herald notes that >< Retail merchants are prone at times to complain of loss of trade that goes to the catalogue houses, hut are unable to realize that they themselves are in a gr4&t measure to blame. The average housekeeper prefers to trade at home niid even pay a slight Increase over the 1 rice lusked by mall order nouses, but does object to paying exorbitant prices for "seconds" and inferior brands" The Journal of Commerce oilers the fol lowing suggestions to retailers who are fe .ling the fleet of the catalogue house competition: "Retail merchants in the smaller towns of the west, are gradually learn ing how to meet the catalogue house on It* own ground. Advertisemen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 January 1904

u l£aHMsMNMllt9i£«s If Xdt» * DENTAL WOlf j DENTAL WORKI^ ■. ... ■ ■•■■ -^^1 ,— ~ |. May cost too much or be too elint> to V carry quality. We make a moderate charge for strictly first-class service; our" j operations are as nearly painlessnsa per I feet equipment and modern m?th can S> make them, and we guarantee t!ie work j| absolutely. .£.' HIGH j^:. $7.00 1 GRADE |B£g*» 8.50 I PLATES $19.00 B \v:J/ r :""""""' -~i | Painless extracting....-.,....? .50 f Gold fillings ...;. .. $1.00 up ■jf Bridge work $5.00 up £ r 22 pt. gold cr6wii9,'ss.oo .00 g. EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE I WIIATCOM DENTAL I PARLORS I CLOVER BLOCK & whatcom, Washington | > Local and personal I Trunks* Valises Mid Bamboo Goods at J iwlc's. ——*—— I ■ Now Tablets, Books and Pipes at I'mvle'S. \ .' ♦ (Jroa,tly reduced prives on Winter Hats. Miss Mullis, Milliner. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ham'l RobeH fc .;i, of Olga, Jan. 18, a boy. (June Warden Robertson, of Olga, ?',jius to have captured a little dear. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 January 1904

I The Contrabandist; I % I 1 One Life's Secret! |±| <<♦♦♦♦<»<»♦♦»» »♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦<>>? CHAPTER XXI. ;.;:■• It was evening; and, in the chamber of the young girl so lately reclaimed from <he very portals of death, the deepest still ness reigned. Softly burned the shaded lamps, casting a subdued glow about the apartment, yet so disposed M to leave in shadow the curtained couch and its slum bering occupnnt. For Hose was sleeping calmly, M calmly, so quietly, that you might almost have thought her dead. The breath that floated from those pale lips was scarcely perceptible, though regular, so much hail illness reduced her strength. She slept, nor dreamed of danger. For the first time to-day the invalid was left alone. Hut suddenly the door near the head of the couch was opened noiselessly, and with slow and stealthy caution, from without. A tall, light robed, ghost-like form glided in without a sound—ghost-like, except for the large, brill...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 January 1904

Get Rid of Scrofula Bancbes, eruptions, inflammations, sore ness of the eyelids and ears, diseases of the boneß. rickets, dyspepsia, catarrh, wasting, are only some of the troubles it causes. It 19 a very active evil, making havoc of the whole system. Hood'sSarsaparilla Eradicates it, cures all its manifestations, and builds up the whole system. Accept no substitute. E. R, BUTTBRWORTH ft SONS, UNDERTAKERS MD ENBJUMERS, IP2I Plrtt Ay«, ... Seattle. Receiving and shipping a specialty. Telegraph orders attended to day or night. The finest chapel in the West. Your Liver Is it acting well? Bowels regular? Digestion good? II not, remember Ayer's Pills. The kind you have known all yOUr life. J.C. Ayer Co.. Lowell. M»g» Want your moustache or beardj a beautiful brown or rich black? Use, BUCKINGHAM'S DYE! riFTV CTS. OP DitPOoreT* 1« R_£. HALL* CO., NASHUA, W. H.J WANTED. Timber Land*, Farm Lands and Orazlng Lands. Write us what you have to sell. CH AS. SOMERS A CO., 2d and Marion Sts., Seatt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 January 1904

Orcas Island IN M I MOKI AM "There l« "'> fireside, however watched »««2P tended, | But bat one vacant chair." Many are the tad hearts ami vacant j olnirs that the wreck of the ClaMam cans- | cd In the homes of West Bound alone. j Delia Lap bint Sullena and h<>i three little children; Carrie King Laplanl and her babel and Pete Laplant, Jr., ol this place, ; all death In the angry waters ..i" the straits that l-'ridav, Jan. 8, IBM. Only , those who have seen Delia; Pete and ! Carrie (trow from school children to j young man and womanhood cain realize Jinw much tli'oy are missed. 'I'll,. , who knew Mrs. s>ii!i:is longest ! loved her best, and they will ever re member hot" as a kind and intlul wife i 'nnd „:, -r. She has her three darlings! \t.i:i her and went do« tiding her little two-year-old Violet at arms' length I" 'he v.tii'li.'pe that some power might rescue her. | Only to know Carrie King Laplant was to love her. She was like a beautiful rose j burn to bud "i earth ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 January 1904

Cbe San y&n Islander VOL. XIII. PRE*INVBNTORY ranee Sale of \yinter Goods JO to 20 per cent Discount on Blankets, v:' ■ i \f ■ Sweaters, Underwear, Flannels m,<! ... Rubber Goods . ''t , . , '"' . . $2.75 Rubber Boots Reduced to - - - $2.25 3.50 Rubber Boots Reduced to - ... ' - 3,00 4.00 Rubber Boots Reduced to - - - - : - 3,50 4.50. .Rubber Boots Reduced to - - - , 4.00 N. B. CHURCHILL Great Reduction Sale Preparatory to taking annual inventory I will for 20 days beginning January 29 give 15 per cent discount on all Cash Sales of Dry Goods, Hats and Shoes and 15 to 20 per cent dis count on Men's and Boys' Clothing,. Remember, you can select from the largest stock of Pry Goods, Clothing, etc., in the county. Special Prices on Groceries P. A JENSEN .■.'.\:- ' ' ' ■• ■ I Have No Stale Stock to work off at reduced prices, but I am selling Fresh, Up-to Date Goods in All Lines that I carry, at prices so low as to convince the closest calculator that I will never become a plutocra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 January 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H. CI'LTKR, Kditor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OE THE DAI Briei Summary of Less Important Though not the Liess Interesting, Happening!* of the Week, Prom, All J*artß of the World. A paper mill is to be built at Post Falls, Idaho. Baron yon Manlichre, inventor of the Manlichre rifle, is dead. The salary of the rainistter to Pana ma has been fixed at if 10,000. The call for the Prohibition nation al convention, to l)e held at Indianapo lis beginning June 29, has l>een issued All>ert Yon May bach, former Prus sian minister of public works, who successfully nationalized the Prussian railroads, is dead, aged 81 years. Mayor. J. M. May, of Cedar Rapids, la., inventor of farm machinery, is dead, aged 90 years. He once owned a portion of the city of Cedar Rapids, but died in poverty. The caynide mill of the United States Reduction and Refining (Jonipa ny, near Florence, Colo., has l>een de stroyed by fire, entailing a loss esti mated at from $75,000 to $ 125,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 January 1904

UNFRIENDLY ACT RUSSIAN OFFICIAL SO DECLARES OUR CHINESE TREATY. Also Declares That Ports Will Not Be Opened and That Consuls Will Not Be Admitted~Actt«n of United States Upsets Calcula tions of Alextefl*. London, Jan. 21.—The Port Arthur correspondent of the Daily Mail cables that he had an interview wih Admi ral Alexieff, the Russian viceroy in the far East, who spoke hopefully of the possibility of arranging a modus vi vendi with Japan. The viceroy then referred the corresponndeat to his dip lomatic agent, M. Plancon, who em phasized the impossibility of Russia's evacuation of Manchuria, and said: "Orders were given six months ago to evacuate Newchwang and Manchu ria, providing the Chinese would agree to simple terms, but owing to the in trigues of the Japanese minister with the Chinese foreign board these orders were countermanded." M. Plancon declared that the action of the United States in making a com mercial treaty with China without Russia's consent under the existing circum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 January 1904

San jfuan Islander THE AMM.i: CO.. »'.-»»M*li. O. m CULVI h. . Kditor and Malinger. ! Entered at the postotttee in- Friday Harbor as second class mall matter* Subscription Vr\rc, - *I..>> I't-r Year The Official Paper ol San Joan Coißty. THURSDAY, JANUAHf 28, 1904 . NOTICE TO PATEONS Beginning next week, with the first number of the 14th volume, the Islander's publication day will be changed from Thursday to Sat urday. The Inter da to .will makt ii possible to cover the week's newt more satisfactoril}'an<l will be morn convenient lor public and legal business, especially that originat ing in the superior court. The pa }.«•!• will go to press" Friday af ternoons. New- items .sent by mail, coiimiuiiicatioiis intended for publication, and advertisements .should roach the pffi ■<' not later than Thursday. Only brief local items and business or news mat lers of special importance can be handled Friday**.' The change would have been made long ago but for the fact that the mail...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 January 1904

JDENTAL WORK'S fej May cost too much or be too cheap to § fa ■ carry quality. We make a moderate S 9 charge for strictly first-class service; our § ?Jg operations are as neatly painless csajicr A S■■ feet equipment and modern melh-..<'< © 1n; make them, aud we guarantee the work fa I HIGH $ 7.00 g RJGH $7.00 I -PLATES JPro? lfo.oo to , , •= V- • ' f* p Painless extracting .:!.? .50 I Gold fillings ......_... ..........|i.o<) up | 1 Bridge w0rk...:^.... ....i..:::.55.00 up I [22 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $6 00 j| I' - : •. i I r EXAMTINATION FREE OF CHARGE & U . . . , , g (*| . •——-—-— ■ I* I WHATC o>£ DENTAL -g I PARLOUS I - » -CLOVER block ; ' • S I WHATCOM, WASHINGTON I i E. F. HARPST [ I Watchmaker, Jeweler and •|; \ ENGRAVER i | Friday Harbor 2 GEO. S. WRIGHT. M. D. PHYSICTAX JAND iSURUKON OKHICK AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - Friday Harbor V. J. CAPRON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours at Friary Harbor: Kv^ry Friday, from 9a. m. to 12 in. at , 'the Bay Vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 January 1904

gecond Cousin garah BY THE AUTHOR Of "ANNE JUDGE, SPINSTER." "LITTLE KATE KIRBY." ETC.. ETC. CHAPTER I. It was wintry weather down in Wor cestershire, though the May of the year In which our story opens was already two weeks old. It was a lute spring, the country people said. meaning that the hail, and sleet, and rain, and bitter east winds were still in the ascendant, an,d that there was not a glimpse of sunshine from week's end to week's end. Times were hard and business was bad, and peo ple already croaked about the danger to the harvest. It was a world thai shiv ered by the fire still, and waited for a change. Weather-wise folks looked up at the leaden sky every day, shook their heads and said "more wet": and the wet. came down as though they had asked for it, and washed out the energy from three-fourths of the human-kind in Wor cester. It had been raining all day in the loyal city, just as it had rained the day before, ■Md the day preceding that. It was rain inn at ten o'clock ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 January 1904

All Humors Are impure matters which the ekta, liver, kidneys and other organs cam not take care of without help, then Is ■uch an accumulation of them. They litter the whole system. Pimples, boils, eczema and other eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, bilious turns, fits of indiges tion, dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them. Hood's Sarsaparilia and Pills Remove all humors, overcome all their effects, strengthen, tone and Invigorate the whole system. "I bad salt rheum on my hands so that I eonld not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparilia and it drove out the humor. I continued Its use till the sores disappeared." Mas. ISA O. Bbowk, Rumford Falls, Me. Hood's Sarsaparilia promises to euro and keeps the promise. Good Pitts AVer's Pills are good liver pills. You know that. The best family laxative you can buy. They keep the bowels regular, cure constipation. fc&jpsgSe Want your moustache or beard] a beautiful brown or rich black ? Use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE nm CTg._g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 January 1904

Orca9 Island- DOB HAT AND OLOA Mr. Davis' daughter and family from Astoria are visiting h'ni at Olga. Wm. Viereck left last week for Be nttle. He exptcts to be away indefin itely. Dora Snowdeu has been seriously ill with an attack of hysteria. She is bet ter now. Mr. Hi;itt, ofOlga, hurt himself last week while rolling a log. lie is getting better slowly. Mr. and Mi's. Omer Freel visited a day or two with Mrs Freel's j);irents last wet'k. They were on their way to F.xrelsior, near Mt. Baker. The Moore boys had a narrow esqape last Friday," 'While' crossing the log bridge on the county road by (he old Carroll /place, one of the horses put both -hind leg! through the bridge, but they'got htm out without any serious damage. The bridge has been known to be dangerous for a year or two and was reported lotbe cooiiniseion«r, but jYuVnot had any work done on it. Hluostone and Sulphur for sprayi.ig. Timothy and Clover Seed— new ciop'.^- Morse udw. Co., Wba(ou(n. OKCAM Miss Anna Burke is visi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1904

Che San Jmn Islander VOL. XIV. PRE-INVBNTOKY . !; Clearance Sale J of Winter Goods j; • ■ - — ■ • I; 10 to 20 pel* cent Discount on Blankets, <J ; " Sweaters, Underwear, Flannels and ... <* ; Rubber Goods ...... < , < t • £2.75 Rubber Boots Reduced to - - . - * $2.25 <> ! 3.50 Rubber Boots Reduced to ",- , ... 3.00 \ [ 4.00 Rubber Boots Reduced to' ----- 3.50 < [ • 4.50 Rubber Boots Reduced to - . .:. . - 4.00 <► . N. E. CHURCHILL ;' ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦■»"♦>»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦t*^ Great Reduction Sale I Preparatory to taking annual inventory I will for \l ! 20 days beginning January 29 give 15 per cent <► discount on all Cash Sales of Dry Goods, V. '. Hats and ShOGS and 15 to 20 per cent dis- V. count on Men's and Boys' Clothing. '-'• • Remember, you can. select from the largest stock of ' • Dry Goods, Clothing, etc., in the county. *^ Special Prices on Groceries «► P. A JENSEN 1 '■ ■' • ' v ' ' 4 '>+»+» ♦ »4 ♦ ♦ »+♦+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦"» •♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H. CITLVKH, Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. i Manor Happenings ( > of the Week. ( Wolves are repotted to be killing much stock in the Sweet (trass country of Montana. The president was among the nota ble guests at the annual dinner of the Gridiron club at Washington. Seward is the name of ■ new post ol!ice established at Resurrection bay. Lillien Gordon is the postmistress. The Valdez office is now a third class office. C. N. ('an has been appointed postmaster with a salary of $1,000. The taxes for l!»o:i on real estate and personal property of the town of Val dez amount to |5,975. The assessment was one per cent. The houße Iws stricken from the urg ent deficiency bill the provision for the payment <>f second mileagf for the reg ular session of congress. United States B i>er cent tKinds have come to maturity and have been strick en from the New York stock exchange list and Will HO longer be quoted. A movement is now on foot to or ganize the pioneers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1904

DRINK LESS LIQUOR STATISTICS SHOW DECREASE FOR UNITED STATES. We Now Stand Fourth Among Na- tions in the Per Capita Consump tion—Canada Is the Nearest of All Nations to the Prohibition Goal. Washington, Jan. 31.—Temperance people in the United States will find cause for congratulation in the fact that this country now stand s fourth from the top of the list of countries consuming the least amount of intoxi cants per capita per year. Canada con sumes b-asi. .51 of a galloon per year; Finland is second, with .53 of a gal lon; and Norway and Sweden are third with .69 of a gallon. Then comes the United States, whose inhabitants are now consuming 1.37 gallons per year per capita. This is the lowest rate of any of the great powers of the world, and it shows a radical reduction as compared with the rate ten years ago. Holland comes after the United States, consuming 1.74 gallons per capita per year; then comes Austria with 2.26 gallons; and after Austria, England, with 2.85 galloons; Germa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1904

. San jfuan Islander Till |s|.\M>Klt CO., rnltli-liir*.. O. mc;i.vi:k KJitor and Manager. iEntorod!\at tin- postoffleo In Friday Ilarbor m second el««« mail matter. Snhncrl pilon I'ri.-.-. - ».1..-,0 Per Y«-<*r The Official Paper ol San Joan County. : s.v! ri:i».\ v. iii'in \ >>. I9W THE ISLAMDER With this issue Hie Mini en ters upon it! hurte.nth year. It appears in a "new dre.ss"' (.f body \v V r. with .vliit-li we trust thai its readers will be well pleased, and it carries to its patrons its publisher s promise of further improvements in equipment ami service as increase Of patronage warrants. The editor is pleased to feel that a i*ery large pro p irti n nf the papers subscribers have now such a frnvi lly interest in its \relfare that they will understand and appreciate a !>; *?«-I* recital of its hist >rv and present status. The pup ... '"started in leb rn.i. |!KHI, liy a company of citizens v.li> :v;>!i.--:! the need of some ex ponent «>f ilie ideas o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1904

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