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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1904

I Second Cousin £arah 1 far the avt/iok or w)l "ANtIE jvone. sriHsre*." "LITTLE KATC uimmr." * w (5J ere ETC. . Mg OHAPTBB XVlll.—(Continued.) She had gone deeper than thin into thought before the prudent man :i»x.ve ► l.iir.s had finished the lust will and testa nieut of Sarah Rantbetl. She had forgot ten all danger la her love-dream, hut she • woke suddenly to it at Boding a figure Htnuding at her elbow, wan and ghost like, a some thing from the other world •he verily believed In her first miriu-ise ■lid horror. Two yearn M»ro thin being li id lived -only to-night "he had he.i,-l thai she was dead—and she sprain; lip Miid went hark with Lands spread out ■gaittsi the wall, too terrified to scream. "Hash! don't make a row don't you know me?" croaked the haggard Rg«"e huskily. "Sophy—Torn'« wife"' ejaculiited iSarah r<ii»«tl>ell. "YeH -Init not dead yel oh, de>ir, no - I.lack as Tom's <v>at \»!" she whi*|»er e.l hack. Sjirah glanced at her She had not vel recovered fro...

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. — 30 April 1904

peculiar To Itself In what it is and what it does—con taining the best blood-purifying, alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions, relieving weak, tired, languid feelings, and building up th/whole system— is true only of Hood's Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it; D o other medicine has done so much real, substantial good, no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost. "1 wa* troubled with scrofula and earn* losing my eyesijrht. For four months 1 tvuld not see to do anything. After taking two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I could se« to walk and Then I had taken eight bottles 1 could *c as well as «ver." Susjk A. Hair* •on. Withers. N. 0. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keepa the promise. E. R. BUTTERWORTH & SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, ] ; 1021 First Aye. ... Seat tit. 3 Receiving and shipping a specialty. : Telegraph orders attended to day or: night. The fines...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1904

Orcas Island EAST SOUND Miss Grace Cramer came over i BeUinjfhara to attend the Odd Fellows' ball Tuesday niirht. Mrs. John Curry, of Orcas, was the i of her mother, Mrs. Peter ;,. to attend the Odd Fellows' party. C.Mm Tulloch h:vs finished his win- I . . , urs e ol study at the Pullman \ ■ icultural College and School of »•> •it'lK'O. Miss Pearl Simpson, of Friday Ha-- >!-. has been spending the week ;it Kast Sound, tin 1 guesi of Mrs. i; ■»g ii an, y • Fred Geoghegan, of Belling i :,■,,. „ ith her two children, have ar hnre i>> spend tun months ' i'h an's t, Mrs. Chas. I . Th c. Lav !!. of Bi Hi ij I am, .. , .ii ;!'!_• a few da;, s here, the ; of her >i>icr, Mrs. Yon < lohren. ,\1 • . V ron Gohren ala • has a i guests ■ Mr, and Mrs. Ii nfl ■' i. ol I heg tn. Pj -v Perry, who left some time >r easi "!' th< tnouniaina '.<< Ie , . , mod to s1 11..I 1.. 11«- re i ,\,i feel of si iw ; I Twisp and i . (>rr;, - I iland i goo lem ngh for ! lain. The a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1904

Che San ym\ Islander VOL. XIV. :===Churchill's==ii Men's Cotton Hose, #, 4or 5 pairs for - . _2s c \ { Men's Cotton and Wool Uutlerwear, per garment, 20c to • $1.25 j! Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, a Titrietj of pretty patterns, 75c and 90c ' > Seek wear, in tecks, four in hands, bows and midgets, each, . 25c \> Men's Belts, ----- 25c and 50c < \ president Suspenders, our price, - - - 40c <;• Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, pair, tOe, 15c and - - 25c \\. Ladies' White Cotton Vests, each, 10c, 15c, 20c and - - 25c \\ Misses' White Cotton Vests, fleeced, each, ■ ? j 3§c ) ',- Mercerized Charabrays, per y;«rd, ■ • . 25c <; White Waistings, fancy stripes, per yard, 18c and - . V 25c < ► Turkish Towels, each, 12 l-2c, 20c and - - ■ 25c )► Shirt Waist Sets, pearl, ; - - - 35c <* Fancy Combs, new styles, 10c, 20 and - 25c < ► Human (iirdles, ? ■ • * 50c \ > ,*«**»* ,«a**i«^M**«*«»iw< *«'■"-■- r,.nn.-jr.. r.v." \. ~r. \itjjj-ioj-itu_j-uijwu. nn.ru \. nuwu DO YOU NEED AN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1904

The San Juan Islander I) H ( I I.VKK. Kilitor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. J Minor Happenings f * of the Week. ' Im Grande, Or, ii t<» bare a mm city ball, to cont M 5..000. T. B. Cooper, a pn)inin«'nt Oregon pioneer, di**d at Union last week. Potjtiuiwt^r General Pajne is back at his desk after amtof several weeks. The first spike of the Alaska On trul railroad was driven at Howard by Mrs. K. A Burns April If. Captain Algernon Sartoriß, grandson of General Grant, and Mile. Noufflard wero married in Paris Saturday. The Indiana Republican convention nominated Frank Hanley for govemoi and indorsed President Roosevelt. The Moaoowb Dtiily Star, the first daily newHpapereverpubliHhed at Mos cow, Idaho, iH to make it« appearance this week. Fire destroyed the greater l Mirt of the business portion of Brainerd, Minn, causing a low* eHtiinitted at $150,000. At the twelfth annual celebration of <Teneral U. S. Grant.s birthday at <*a leiia. Ilk., (General Fred I). Urant pre sented to the city...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1904

CONGRESS QUITS ADJOURNMENT OF BOTH HOUSES OCCURRED THURSDAY. 4 ;re*t Ovation to Speaker Cannon the Feature of the House Ses »on- -Eulogised by Williams, Leader of the Minoritj—Renate getfslon Ver> Quiet. Washington, April 29.—The cloning j „t the second session of tbe house of the Fifty-eighth congress was made notable by the demonstration which va3 evoked by a resolution offered by j Ulr Williams, the minority leader, tea- j rifviny to the courtesy and impartial { manner in which Speaker Cannon had j presided over the house. The resolu- j [ion was not of the perfunctory kind, bat wh* expressive of the kind feeling j which men in the house of all parties ! .>nt*-rfc»ined toward him. In a grateful gpeeoh the speaker declared his appre ciation of the resolution. Many conference reports were agreed to on bills which had been in dispute between the two houses. The only de bat*- of any importance was on the bill providing for the restoration to the naval academy of three cadets who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1904

San }van Islander TIIK ISI.ANDKU CO., rubli«lier». O. 11. CI'I.VKK. Kditor and Manager. Bnterad »t the postofflce in Friday Barbor as second class mail matter; . 51 ,1.-«ri|.ti..i. Trirr. jl.flHSr fit** ThTOfflcial Paper ot San Jnan Coonty. Siri!HI»AY, MAY 7. ISM The Dlinoia *tats auibottfea pro pose to make an Inspection of voting machines. We advise them not to buy until they have examined the Republican machine In Philadelphia :md the Democratic machine In St. Louis. All others are cheap imita tioos. —Washington Post Mr. Tillman defines a farmer as .one who works with his hands, and an agriculturist as one who w.orks with his mouth. If the very repu tablb word agriculturist, is to be made to denote the classification which includes the Sputh Carolina senator, a revision of the dictionaries is in order. —Courier-Journal. The May number of the "Ranch," correcting an article In the April issue pertaining to this county but printed under the heading "What Island County Wants," says: ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 May 1904

. Hi MBi ilWiWTTrrir ' Q[) fDENTAL WORK} Mi aaaa—■—r S A ■ ■ -■".■-'/'".'* m M«y cost to° much or be too cheap to ■ i carry quality. W« r majte , nlodetate | fe charge for strictly first-claa^jßervice; our g I - opc'ratiops aire a?fl*arl)ipainle«s as per . ■ H feet equipment and moderd methods can , ■ U make them, and we guarantee the work M iil absolutely. fl 1 g E |7 ; 00 1 PLATES $10.00 I I ■••'•'■• - - rainless extracting... .1 .50 j "j Gold fillings.... $1.00 up j I Bridge work $5.00 up | 122 pt. gold crown9,lss.oo $6.00 I I 6 I FXAMINATION FREE OF CHABGE | g " „ I * ■-'■ ■& 1 WHATCOI^ DENTAL I WHATCOIH DENTAL S J| PARLORS 1 \ CLOVKB BLOCK - p I WHATCOM, WASHINGTON 1 ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... i T. &. WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station * All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service" -' MODERATK RATES %E. F. HARPST i ■S Watchmaker, Jeweler and |= jl ENGRAVER | j| Friday Harbor i (JEO.S. WRIGHT, M.D. PIIYSICTAX JAND ISUU...

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

51; W 0 % Second Cousin garah | r*\ nr rite avthoh or \J *tC -i»« JVD6E. SPINSTCR." "UTTLC KATC KIRBr." | % (^ rrc. ere. j* 4$ wf CHATTKii XX.-tCoutinued.) \\ lint did it "II mcmi? If M'»r.v 1101-J i. im| were not t-i be trusted, if iliis strange «irt had f(>r year* deceived liiiu, J If his mother'! warning were aft«T vii cor- , rrrt irbal was to be done »t tlie slov rntli li'.nr, when lie wm m «r«»at trouble? '1 he door opened, and Mmrj Holltad came Into the room. "You (tt-iit for me?" nil* Hiiid. •y.-M," he snid, "in misery mid fear 1 ••ill f.>r you." Si: down, please,'' he *nid: 'I nm an.xioim to ask yon m.my ii'"'"" tioiis." 'I'll* <>l«l |iallor which Surah BaMtbt.ll Jii.l pcrrt'ivfd stole to Miiry'n fjitv M Keuhen iipoko, but the took the etiolr which he hail Iriilicatfd, and wlii<ii irna nt h little dishmee from ih»- couch, .mil ■at ilmvn fncing l»iin. I "Thoufo «v hßve not Ki-cii n j;rpHt «]• al 01 ench other in bur livos, Mary," he I* gan, kindly and earnentlj...

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

Distress After Eating Nausea between meals, belching, Tom iting, flatulence, fits of nervous head ache, pain in the stomach, are all ,ymptoms of dyspepsia, and the longer <t U neglected the harder it is to core it. Hood's Sarsaparitla and Pills Radically and permanently cure it— itrengthen and tone the stomach and atherdigestive organs for the natural performance of their functions. Accept no substitute for Hood's. »I bad dyspepsia twenty-five years and took diflerent medicines but got no help until I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Have taken four bottles of this medicine and can now eat almost anything, sleep well, nave no cramps in my stomach, no burning and no distress.', lias. William a. Babbittt, 14 Olney St., Providence, R. I. Mood's Sarsapartlla promise* to cur* and keeps the) promts*. B B B^F^BM sJ 881 l Bfll Bj Cm B f^BS^BOVPBU}I.O_iN?^^EAJT^EJ HOWARD L BURTON. Assayer and Chemfct Smebata prices, Oold, Silver, Lead, f1 : (Jold, Kll ver 7JcM.old,Soc;ZlnoorCopper,fl. Cy...

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

i Oras Island ]| EAST sousd .T. P. Harrison, of Seattle. is mak ing a visit here. J. B. Fry u'>.t to l^ilinjrham on business Wednesday. Mrs. Gcoghcgan returned >Vednes day from a few days 1 stay at B^ llin o* ham, George Sutherland and his force of men are at work on the roads near Qfcas. F: G. Head - left the, first of the woek-for a business trip to Belling ham and Seattle. >-<Mr. Councilman, son-in-law of Mrs. James Q'Neil, spent a few days here last sreek visiUng his family. Mrs. McClellan, of Dawson, Alas ka, has arrived to spend the summer here. She will reside at Mrs. J. W. White's. Hr.and Mrs. L. C. Rudow and son lv'V(!.. come to } East Suund to live. Mr liudow wiU:open up a store in th« v \{ arrisori building. Mrs. 11; Ivnapp Kalloch, of Bell 'jit'liam. is the guest of her parents, ty\. iVJuI Mrs I. S. Waldrip. She •,uiH remain several weeks. " .... Miss Josi* Sweeney. o| Knrlav Har |oi-. was the guest of Miss Louise na-Aings a portion of the week; She at tended...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1904

Cbe San "luan Islander VOL. XIV. — — Churchill's— !; Men's Cotton Hose, 3, 4or 5 pairs for - . 25c ji ! y Men's Cotton and Wool Underwear, per garment, £0c to ' • $1.25 *'> |> Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, a T»iriety of pretty patterns, 75c and 90c < | ' ', >'eckwear, in leeks, four in hands, bows and midgets, each, - 25c \ > !; Men's Belts, ..... 25c and 50c <! > president Suspenders, our price, * - *£■*&■ 40c *! > "j-_,---' L u-'i ->j-^i-u-i_-Lj-i_n_r-<_i-i.-.-_ -r ' * / Ladies* Biact Cotton Hose, pair, 10c, 15c and - . 25c <J ' ', Ladies' White Cotton Vests, each, 10c, 15c, 20c and - • 25c < > \ Misses' White Cotton Vests. flewderf> each, "7~.'/i[ a » 35c J I !' Mercerized Chambrays, per yard, - - « 25c <; ; > White Waistings, fancy stripes, per yard, 18c and '."• . 25c < > '[ Turkish Towels, each, 12 l-2c, 20c aud - - • 25c \'> I; Shirt Waist Sets, pearl, - - . 35c <\ \ > Fancy Combs, new styles, 10c, 20 and . .. 25c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1904

The San Juan Islander O. II (II.VIR, Bdltar. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. ; Minor Happenings ( | of the Week. J • «^^»V-%.'%. -^^.-%^« The stikf of Chicago biik»>rw hRH be»-» settled. Tho jjovcrnmeut ha* touted a BBOOdd warning to lIUIIIUIMei to l>eware of land sharpers. President Candamaute, of Peru, who has i*»eii ill forsmne time at Arequijw, died Saturday. The inter -church conference has is sued an appeal to the public on the di vorce question. Reports from the Klondike estimate the gold output of that camp the pres ent nmoii at $10,000,000. Twenty-one peWKMM were killed ani forty injured by being crushed in a popular demonstratio at Tokyo. Colonel W. T. Pilober, of the regu lar anuy, iH soosaed of jilting six young women. One of them at Ihml had influential friends. Hence an in v<*stigation of the offioer's conduct. U«*>rge Gordon, the ex-deputy sher iff of Wallace, Idaho, who assaulted Ghi*fof Police KoGoTern, has been sentenced to two years in the penitett* tiary. Intent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1904

HARRIMAN PLANS IDEAL CITY TO BE BUILT AT HEAD OF PUGET SOUND. Kinnoratc Hcheme for Metropolis at Dofflemcyer's Point—Streets Im proved, Waterworks Built and Klectrtc System Installed Before People Occupy New Towns! Seattle, May 9.—The Harriman in terests have practically completed plans for the establishing of a new city 011 Dofflemeyer's point, at the head of Pnget Soand, where will be made the Sonnd headquarters for the Southern j and Union Pacific roads, and where, if present ideas are oarried out, an idoal city will have been platted before uiiy inhabitant* are permitted to dwell upon tlie land or manufacturers to be 'in building. The town is to be laid out and improved along lines that will ojuke it a beautiful place. Tbe streets are to l>e improved, side walks laid and a water system built k'fore people are invited to make the ntiw Harriman terminus their homes. It tbe present plans are carried out there even may be conduits laid to car ry th« wires for electric lighting an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1904

San jfuan Islander TtIK ISI.ANOKK CO.. I'iililUlier*. O. I! CULVKR Kditor and Manager. Entered *t tho postolTlce in Friday Harbor as sooond class mail matter. S,i»...ri,»Ji«.n I'rlro. - *'•'»» I'er YfHf Tae Official Paper o! San Juan Connty. SATUnnAY, MAY 14, IiXM POLITICAL EPIGHAMB (Prom Tattling* of« Retired Politician) After you've shol your rocket don't play with the stick; start something new. A professional reformer is some times only ivn appetite for power that mistakes itself for moral cour age. When you size up a bunch of al dermen or a legislature, remember thut a "bumble" bee is always bkr- right after it's hatched. A woman may be as attractive as a lost bargain and as tactful as a brook trout and still warp your polit ical destiny until it cracks. A political reformer in his first run »»f rghteOUS sap is B fellow who feels that he's goi to do something quick i i save himself from Ingrowing pa i.-i ttbm. If you continue i<> hand out the coin of your confidence and t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1904

"" _ mm ||i—!■ iWIW I"i i i\\ fii 1 Identalwork I ___^--—^as^^g^^^^^^^TS ft r viv cost too much or be too cheap to i I carry quality We m.ke a moderate r | Ct!Ze for strictly first-class service; our | fc rations are as nearly painless a., a per | I Z CUmentan^ modern methods can 1 Lake tLem. and we guarantee the work § p absolutely. ; -: * I : high $7'oo ? S PUTES $10'00-| I " " 1 | palnle« extracting .50 | I QoldftlHDgi •••-. -f 100 up" j I Bridge. WWW ■- , ..-,^-^Qft up | I oopt «r01d0r0wn.8 f 555.0056.00--- | |*" __^^^; ■ • I | EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE I i WHATCOM DENTAL! I PARLORS I CLOVER BLOCK .\ .i | I WHATCOM, WASHINGTON | ifOTEL TAYLOR.... T. a. Wll^SOlSr, Prop. , „* The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and, Railway I Statiou ■ All Modecn Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODKBATK BATES %E. F. HARPST ' \ % Watchmaker, Jeweler and s I Friday Harbor I (iKO.S. WEIGHT, M.D. physician JAND, isurgeon OHFJCB AN RESIDENCE Bpriaf Street, ' - ' Z Friday Harbo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1904

ji/ v* *' >"^ *^ *^ "^ » m iv U Second Cousin garah 1 ft\ by rue author or %y 5k "JMM JUDGE. SriNSTER." "IITTLB *ATC KtRBY." tf N h$ ETC./ ETC. Js£ CHAPTER XXII. If is time thut we follow the fortunes <i| Second-cousin Sarah, whom we left uith her shabby slsterln-!aw In the gfOWUt* of Serige Hill. Taken off her guard by Mrs. Tli«»ihhh K.astbdl's MMMetl Appearancei disturbed hy the events of «he light, and ever conscious of tin* dan -.-r which the presence of the two in triiden in her aunt'n house forvshndowed, •lie followeil the woman in good fnith MUM dirilniire along tlie garden i»ath« «nd in the direction of the high road. "We will go no further," she Mid; "tell im- wluit I have to fenr from your lum band and Peterson, and I will reword you tiainisoiiiely." "Listen then as well as you can. I ain't going to speak h.ud for anybody." "I am listening." Sarah Kasthell inclined her head more closely to the woman, who began whi* perlng about her husband in n rambling fashion tjiat...

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

Spring Medicine There i» no other •eMon wben B°°* jpedidna Uiomucb need*! Mia the Spring* . ' ' j The blood U impure, weak and tapoverisbed-* condition indicated hv pimples *nd other ernptiona on the 1* wd body, by deficient vitality, jom of appetite, lack of .trengrth, and w »nt of animation. Hood's SarsapariUa and Pills jlake the blood pure, vigorou* and, ! rich, create appetite, give vitality, j strength and animation, and euro | »11 eruption. Have the whole family win to take them today. «Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used In ! oar family for some time, and always with ; ,ood results. La»t spring I was all run Sown «nd got a bottle of It, and as usual : J ecelved great benefit.- Miss BiULAM j Boyck, Stowe, VI. Hood'o Saraaparllla promises to euro and keep* the proml— Kill the Bugs! FORMALDEHIDE \ TREE SOAP Um*l as a iprajr will destroy the bugs and fungus. Fivo pounds makes a bß'rel of spray. For sale by all druggists. Stewart & Holmes Drug Co., SEATTLE, WASH. ! GUARANTEED Us...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 May 1904

Orcao Island EAST BOCSD Win. Hambley. Jr.. went to Bell ingham Monday. 11. Drought w.nt to Bellinghamon a business trip Tuesday. Jas. n. Nichols has been spending a few days a 1 Belllngham. K. L. Yon Gohren attended the state convention ;it Tacoma us ;i del egate Marrion Smith, of Bellingham Is spendingafew day- visiting Orcas island friends. 1,. D. Pike and family wenl to Poinf Roberts this ireeli In their yachi White Wings. W. N. Prindle has improved his (Sasi Sound property by birildtog a line now fence in front of ii John Curry split three days here this week. Mrs. Curry has gone to ; ingham to take fche teachers' ex* aininat iiin. Mr. Councilman, .who has been spending a few weeks here, is now engaged in organizing a lodge of the Order of American yeomen. The steamer Hermosa and launch ( >rcas, both of West Sound, spcni a couple "f days on North beach dur })tj, : i he week picking up logs. Louis V"t> Gohreti I'ft 'us! week I ir the Carriboo country, where he will spend th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 May 1904

Che San "liian Islander VOL. XTY. • '"■■"•' ■ *\ I Hen's Cotton Hose, 8, 4 or. 5 pairs for - , 25c {> > 3[ ols Cotton and Wool Underwear, per garment, 20c to . $1.25 :*\ ► Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, a yarietj of pretty patterns, 75c and 90c < > ; Neckwear, in leeks, four in hands, bows and midgets, each, - 25c J! Jlon's Belts, «s * * " • 25cand 50c <J. • PresMsat Suspenders, onr price, . - ■ 4Qc < > ► Lmlios> Black Cotton Hose, pair, 10c, 15c and . ■ 25c <; LadiesMVhite Cotton Vests,each, 10c, 15c, 20c and T - 25c j> ; MNses' White Cotton Vests, fleeced, each, . - - 35c < \ j> jlorcerizcd Chambrays, per yard, - - . 25c \\ * White Waistings, faucy stripes, per yard, 18c and • - 25c 'J> C Turkish Towels, each, 12 l-2c, 20c and - - - 25c -}*\ i Shirt Waist Sets, pearl, - - , . 35c < S Fancy Combs, new styles, 10c, 20 and - 25c < > *<[ Roman dlirdles, I ... 50c |> c >■'-■'■<► rf.**" '"* I*lll TwuviiriiJUL.-iiLi-- n ...^ - Bright...

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