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

The San Juan Islander o H. CfLVBH. Bdllor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. [ ! Minor Happenings } i of the Week. \ i' * Striking Chicago bookbinders hnvej returned to work. Fire vrhioh originated iv n Chinese j tailoring shop at Portland did 144,500 damage. The University of Idaho is to have j a B9W drill hall and gymnasium cost ing $260,00. T A. Wood and Hosea Wood, Port land attorneys, have been found guilty ! of pension frauds. The Commercial hotel nt Baker City, I Or. t has been destroyed by fire. Lost, about #5,000; insurance, $8,600. The czar has gone to BfOBOOH and ! will also visit other Russian oities. j He will bid farewell to troops gioug to ; the far East. A killing frost damaged fruit and vegetables in Northern Nebraska Fri- j day night. The temperature reached j 211 degrees above zero. King Edward has definitely announ- [ ced his intention to visit Emperor Will- j iam during the regatta week at Kiel, which begins June 22. The interior department has tempo- i rarily withdrawn 2,560...

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 May 1904

GOOD WHEAT CROP DEPARTMENT'S REPORT SHOWS HIGH PERCENTAGE. Hun nor Crop Promised In Wash »nffton, mcgon and ldalio-F,* limate for Washington Is Two Million Bushel* More Th«n Ij«st Ye»r. Washington, May 19.—1t is many veH rs since the prospects of a large winter wheat crop in the state of Washington have been as good as they are this spring. After glanoing at the May reports from the several states, f H Holmes, the statistician in charge of crop investiagtions of the agricultural department, said: "The condition of wheat in Wash ington is fine—very fine. They hud a U<xid winter out there, and, in fact, throughout the Pacific Northwest, the prospects are better than they have U>en for a long time. The reports from he states as a whole are not so good as they were last year, but as far as Washington, Oregon and Idaho are couccerued they t»re better." Of tho winter wheat sown in Wash ington last fall only 28,866 acres had been abandoned on May 1. There is a ohance, of course, that...

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 May 1904

San jfuan Islander TIIK |S|.\MH;U CO.< lMihlUher*. 0. 11. CUI.VKR) Hditor and Manager. Entered »t the postofnee in Friday Il.i'ri-M- as second class mail matter. s"i'iWrl|in'..n |-,i. - »'"'» l>rr Y<i>r j Tae Official Paper oi San Joan County. _, Clubbing Ltst ■- To all subsoil ors paying one year in | advan and arrears,' if an \ the follow ng aameti publications aro offered, to- thcr with tho rSTJ.VNDKJI, at tho com binatinn prices quoted, viz.: m»i:k ftiid Seattle rost-Intelligencer, semi kU . ft.oo Seattle Times, weekly, ... - 1.80 I Seattle Daily Star - - ... 2.75 I Northwent Horticulturiiil .... 1.50 New York Trlbiim Farmer - - > i-S" New York Tribune, •ri-weekly, - • 2.1* rhrice-a N. Y. World, - - - ■<"> Toledo Blade, '-S0 Detroit i:. 1 PresH, semi-weekly, - - 200 s. r. Kxamiiicr, weekly, ... 2.50! Montreal Family Herald and Star - 2.00 l-'iii ant] Fireside, - -1.50 Karrn fouroal, .... - >-5" Ranch an i KaiißC • ' ■'" Woman's Ho an Companion - - 1 00 , ...

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. — 21 May 1904

iDENTAL WORKI i > May cost too much or be too cheap to B ■ carry quality. We make a moderate | I charge for strictly first-class service; our | S operations are as nearly paintess as a per g ft feet equipment and modern methods can ■ I make them, and we guarantee the work & | absolutely. | 1 HIGH _^_ $7.00 J I pffi $io'oo i j Painless fltracting $ .50 j| "t' Gold fillings $1.00 up | I Bridge w0rk....:::.:: .......^-$5.00 up | |oo p t. gold crown 3/,55.00 $6.00 | P % | EXA3IISATION FREE OF CHARGE jj « — — . .. ,- • I I WIUTCOM DENTAL I | PARLORS ■I CLOVER BLOCK | | WHATCOM, WASHINGTON | ...IfOTEL TAYLOR,... T. (Jr. WILSON, Pi'op. The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Htation All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODEiRATMi RA'PICS mum MHMH tWiMiiimmmmf E. F. HARP'ST : Watchmaker, Jeweler and ENGRAVER Friday Harbor GEO.S. WRIGHT, M.D. PHYSICIAN JAND ISURGEON OFFICB AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - Friday Harbor T. J. CAPRON, M. D. PHYSICI...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 May 1904

TaVJ v^/ |/ yii^ ■jba*' 1^ l^ p *^ *^ *^ *^ ■* 1^ -**^ *^ Second Cousin garah Bt roe author or •'Anne jvoee. snnsTcn." "little kate kirbt." * ere, ere. CHAPTKK XXIII.-(Contlnued.» ; It vra.« dHrk when lie returned to the j house, and he < l<>si«d the shutters nud ; burred the.door very cMiefnllj bt-fore he •at down by the rtre to reflect upon his next step. He had been reOectiug on that all dny, without seeing hi* way too clear- ■ ly to the results on which he had set hi» : beart—a large sum of money, and a new life abroad to enjoy it In. Ffe would not go upstairs yet awhile — another hour would be of advantatfo to him, and be must wait. The bank lit Worcester was shut, and there would be no getting money till to-morrow morning —before that time came she would uign ttm check, and rninaln a prisoner in Jackson's battoa factory until tiiue had been >!low*d for him to cash it. Thnt vas tlie end of the brilliant ncheme which h.- had planned out like an artist. Suddenly there...

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. — 21 May 1904

That Tired Feeling la a common #prt*m Trouble. It'i • «ign that the blood i§ deflden In vitality, Just as pimple* and other eruption- are aignt that the blood v impure. It's a warning, too, which only tht haxardou* fail to. heed. Hood's Sarsaparllla and Pills Remove it, give new We, new eonr ige, strength and animation. They cleanse the blood and dear the complexion. Accept no substitute. - -I felt tired all the time and could not •lecn. After taking Hood's Sarsaparllla _ W hile I could sleep well and the tired feeling had gone. Thl gTeat medlcine has ajso cured me of scrofula." Mas. C. M. Boot, Gil6ad, Conn. Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to cure and keep* the promise. WtATHERWISE I IS THE MAN WHO WEARS SSLICKERS vV\A reputation extending over VwcL ty-.six years and our \y«O guarantee ore back, of vsm\ \ every garment bearing the j jVl\ SIGN OP THf- Fi3H. vH N N^There are n\an> imitations. v^^v>^^^ & 3ure °f tne nwne » \|) [i TOWER on the button* 7Kf\)I\>":OHSALEE¥HYWHEE...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 May 1904

j; Orcao Island EAST SOIM» E. l\ Templiti made ;t business trip i.. [leHragham Thursday. (•; r | s i. „.].. of Bellmgham, is ling ia few da; - here writ! •. I. .. i I. ip. Chas. Woods returned Thursday " froßi : , attle. He expects to leave next month for St. Michael, Alaska, to take a summer position there. L; I). i-ii ■•. Carl Templin, Chas. \V. ids and Capt. Majo were on the bnvof the steamer "Islander" when she was launched at Newhall last urday. Mr. and Mrs. L. I). Pike enter tained a number of friends aboard their/yacht White Wings by taking them to the launching Saturday. Everybody enjoyed the sail, as well as the launching. Quite b number of East Sound peo ple attended the launching of the '•Islnnder" at Newhall last Saturday ait >moon. Everybody enjoyed the pretty sight <•!' Beeing the new boat glide into the water. Mm Peter Philip has been eni r iaining her sister and brother in law, Rev. and Mrs. Franklin, a d their sob and his family. Mr. Frank lin i> the presid...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 May 1904

Che San "jfuan Islander VOL. XIV. |^=CSiyrchiSrs==| \ Men's Cotton Hose, 8, 4or 5 pairs for - . 25c <\ > ko»N Cotton ana Wool Underwear, per srarmont, 20c to - $1.25 \ \ Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, a variety of pretty patterns, 75c and 90c < | * Xockwear, in leeks, four in hiuuls, bows an<l midgets, each, ■ 25c j> \ He«>g Bolts, • ■ ■ • 25c and 50e < > President Suspenders, our price, • - - 40c <> I Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, pair, 10c, 15c and - *.-■• 25c <j I LailiesMVhito Cotton Vests, each, 10c, 15c, 20c and - - 25c \ Misses' WSiite Cotton Vests, fleeced, each, ■ - ..■■-■■ 35c <■ Meroerizc'.l Chambrays, per yard, « - - 25c <> White Wiiistings, faucy stripes, per yard, lSe and • • 25c „{>; : Turkish Towels, each, 13 l-2c, 20e and . - 25c j> Shirt Waist Sets, pearl, - - ■ 35c < £ I aney Combs, new style 10c, 20 and - 25c <►• £ Hoinaii Girdles, ■ - —■ . ? 50c |> ■ , „m , -»i*i*ryTWiiriia iic*i*iv* iii i—i* *"iiiTii'irrn it virr...

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

The San Juan Islander O H. dI.TEIt. Krtllor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. i Minor Happenings f of the Week. { *. -%. -%. <«. <*.-*. -%--%- -*- • Hingen luought ♦:s'->.(> 0 and Nauey j Hi.nkH |4.000 at a horse sale at Head- j ville, Mhhh. Jap spi<>s are said to l>e responsible for the sinking of the Russian cruiser O»«l of the Baltic fleet. The I^ewiston Military band and the i Bed Men of Leinton, Idaho, are plan- 1 niug a street carnival, to begin July 4 : and continue one week. The plant of the Highland Power Company, on the Boise river, twenty milis above Boise has been sw«-pt away j Sy Hood. The loss is al>out *ir>o,ooo. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Altnow, aged; M and H» respectively, have just come | West from Gtaykmrd, Minn. They make their home at Woodlawii. Or, with a son. Telegraphic advioea from Alaska re port that warm weather is breaking np the ice and that riv»-r navigation j from White Horse to DawaOO will I probably open June l. The French ambassador at the ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 May 1904

LAND RESTORED SIXTY THOUSAND ACRES IN OKA- NOOAN OPENED. \,»n<\ Had Been Temporarily With drawn for Forestry Purposes, hat Upon Examination Was r..un«l Devoid of Timber —Now subject to Kntry. Washington, May 28.— About 60.000 acres of land in Okanogan connty, which were temporarily withdrawn tor forestry purposes, have been re stored by the secretary of the interior to the public domain. These lands are now subjeot to entry for agriacul tunil purposes. This ntep relieves, in a measure, a *itnation which has caused muoh com plaint in the state of Washington, it tmving been representd with much rea son that tousands of acres of land have been from time to time withdarwn for forestry purposes although the lands in question were absolutely devoid of timber. The wholesale withdrawals have, on the other hand, been well defended by Secretary Hitchoock on the ground that the step was merely tentative in «ich case, and that the lands would bo restored either wholly or in part if, upon exa...

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

San jfuan Islander tiii: ISI.ANOKK CO.. riii>n«ii«T». 011 CULVKR ".....KiliWr •llHl Manacr. 1..!- . JSntbr^l ,t -tho postofflce in Frid 11.-iri-'i- iia socond class mail matter. sTibT«ri|.no» l-rifV. - •1.»O >;< V.v. Tiie Official Paper o! San Juan Connty. _^ CUibtoiVT llJl »- To all subsi-ril er« paying one year in ndvaiuo and arrears^ if :»">) Illl> follow ng named publh-atlorm are nff( red, U> (jf-tiicr with t!)» ISIj.VNDKI?, nt tho coin blnsUion pri< ■ s qnote.l, viz.: jsi.a::di:k iTnd Seattle Post-luteliigcnccr, scnii--.vct.kly, $?«' ScrCtic Times, weekly, - ■ " If" !> Hy Sl.ir n,,.i!i«. Horticulturist ... - 1.5" \r,, York Tribune Partner - ■ ■ '-V New York Tribune, »ri-we«kly, • - i" Thrice a-Weck N. Y. World, - - - * <*• : Totrtlo Blade, - W Detroit Free PreM, «ctiii-\vcfkly, - - a.oo S. P. Kxamlner, weekly, - - - a.-5° Montreal Family HcraWaiid Stnr ■ a.oo Fai m and I ■ id«, - . . . i -•■ Karm Journal, ■ ' • \\ otrati H ''in• Comp««i<»fl SATi;i:...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 May 1904

fpEMTAL iork! t —-M jP i -— ' - ■ I ■ May cost too much or be too cheap to j| * irr ' v ' quality. We make a moderate | X ; har for strictly first-class service; our | 2 'ration* are as uearly painless as a per | I fcteauipmeut and modern methods can | lke th em, and we guarantee the work 6 | absolutely. | M I HIGH $7.00 * I yuTES $10.00 1 op ■p *» Painleaa extracting $ .50 t. It >* £ QuldflHlnga $1.00 up I | Bridge work 1...'.. $5.00 up I | O2pt.goldcroirnt4l6.oo $6.00- | £ . •'• ■■•■ ■ ■ »? ' - I U EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE f fc ' ' - __ I : WHATDOxU DKNTAL tj | PARIiORS § ■o CLOVER BLOCK j, | WHATCOM, WASHINGTON | ?, . fit. (^..ILOTEL TAYLOR.... T. G' WILSON, I'rop. ; The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Hallway Station ! All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Harvico 1 MUDERAfH RATES I E. F. HARPST i is Watchmaker, Jeweler and a"; i| £N_GRAVER ' | It Friday Harbor I (iS-O.S. WRIGHT, M.D. VIIYSICTAN '.AND iSUKGEON OiFICH AND RKSJIDHXCK 'jpring treet, -...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 May 1904

The ShoriMi w«r out of m ttUck of Rheumatism £ Neuralgia Is to us* St Jacobs Oil Which affords 04t only sure reltof. but • prompt curr. It soothes, subdu-s. and end! tho suffering. Price, 25c. and sOc. _J OMb Nhnll* ai Bart»iiM-l«Ti». A curious barometer Is aaid to lip 1 used i».v the remnant of the Anuieu- j iiiaii race which inlmliitH tho southern- i uioHt province, of Chile. It COnaiatl of j tb« cast-off hIicII of ■ crnb. The dead | «bell l.s white in fair, dry weather, but ' the approach of h moist atmosphere It Indicated by the appearance of small red spots. As the moisture In the air | Increases the hIioII becomef entirely rod i and rcmainM so throughout the ; rainy season. liong Hiilt Kaoc. The longest race ever run on milt* took place from Bordeaux to Blarritl i to I8i»3. The distance is .'{o3 mllem . Kstreme Meanuren. Mother —If 1 catch you chasing those bens again I'll wash your faco every day next week. —Punch. An egotist lb a man who expects a •fOflona to marry him for h...

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. — 28 May 1904

'1 — peculiar ! To Itself In what it is and what it docs—con- ' taining the best blood-purifying, : erative and tonic substances and . effecting the most radical and per- j manen t cures of all humors and all ' eruptions, relieving weak, tired, languid feelings, and building up t h/whole system— is true only of j Hood's Sarsaparilla other medicine acts like it; B o other medicine has done bo, poch real, substantial good, no other medicine has restored health . and strength at so little cost. ... was troubled with •croful- and came B .*r losing my eyesijrht. For four months I ■ co uld not *cc to do anythin*. After taking j t«o bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I could see walk and *ben I had taken eight bottles 11 "u]d see as well a.s ever." Susi- A. H_IR» j ■Mi Withers. N. C. Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to cure and keeps the promise. I L /HICKtST ITAMMBP \JHB _W I m o.« quality -.- ■_■■ s_r^_i X FOR MOftC THAN V BfllV>fl X HUF A CENTURY. ': Wl_l__f i-B I *Wk W — _"" ~~" '" MM^"L_-_...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 May 1904

I Orcas Island < 110 X A V AXI» OLOA fohn Doak has a fine new or.e-horre Deering mowing machine. Vlarv L. Aikcn returned Monday farm a feW days 1 visit in Upllinrgliumi C. E. Sluyi spent Sunday at his Tu»me. Albert Vicreck twk his run on the Uuckeye. Sam Moore expects to shui down j r I his lo*j<nny camp >oon on account oi thepo^r demand for logs. Mrs. G. X. Culver • penl the past woi'k in Rellingham visiting her s »n, :' \ ('ulver. and famil Mr. and Mrs. Xat Lane uvit bacl* to Li tntni island last Saturday. Mr. Lane is now working on Wright Bros, trap. Quite a large party from here en ■,-,;\ia, line sail and pi«*i ie tn IJlillcc \i, ;<lainl Sunday in the schooner Frances. Supervisor Sutherland and his crew j lire i aiupcd at Olga, aiul will work for a while on the new road to Ob si ruction pass. S. J. lloekwell, Jr., of nellinghum, has i>ought Mr. Savage's place. Hw father expects to live there this .'.inn- j inrr. Mr. Savage will sta} 1 until he gets \u~- crops li;,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 June 1904

Che San jU<ITI Islander VOL. XIV. =Ghurchill 9s— — *\ jfou's Cotton Hose* 3, 4or ji pairs for - ■"--.■.. 25c -'.)> \> Men's Cotton and Wool Underwear, per garment, 20c to '* , $V:25 <► \ > Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, a Variety of pretty patterns, 75c ami 90c < \ <> Neckwear, in leeks; four in hands, bows and midgets, each, - 25c \ > <' 31en*s Belts, • • V • • 25c and 50c ( > j! I'resident Snspeuders, our price, ■ - 1 - 40c 1; <> Ladies' Hiack Cotton Hose, pair, 10c, 15c and - 1 ■ 25c <] <. t.aflies' White Cotton Vests, each, 10c", 150, 20c and - -25c <► <; Mines' White Cotton Vests, fleeced, each, . . . 35c ([ <> Mercerized Chambrays, per »rd, "*-,-' . . 25c .- <; \v White Waistinjjs, fancy stripes, per yard, 18c and - '« 25c '. I* <[ Turkish Towels, each, 12 l-2c, 20c and - • - ,25c j| <> Shirt Waist Sets, pearl, • - V '35c <| J> 'Fancy Combs, new styles, 10c, 20 and . 25c {► <> Homau Girdles* • ... 50c ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 June 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H. M'I.YKR. Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. err . _ - - ' ', m + -%.>%. •%- 5 i Minor Happenings $ I of the Week. J No. 1 pithead at the Kanaimo, B. C mines, has been destroyed by lire, j with loss estimated at $200,000. The men all escaped. Rich dojK)sits of quicksilver are re- j jxirted to have been discovered in ; Crook county Oregon, thirty miles east j of Priueville. John D. Ryan, president of the Duly j Bank and Trust Company, of Butte, \ has been chosen managing director of ; the Amalgamated Copper Company. An annual prize of *r>o has been j offered by C. B. Simpson, a graduate of the University of Idaho, for the best work in entomology by student* of that ! college. Ricarte, the former Filipino leader, j has been captured by the constabulary and sent to Guam in exile. He was the instigator of an uprising nt Vigan in February last. Ernest How«, recently on trial ; charged with smuggling potatoes from | British Columbia, has also been charged with sm...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 June 1904

HARBIN THEIR HOPE RUSSIANS TO MAKE LAST STAND THERE. Manchuria" and Home Fortresses Being Konbed of Gun*. Which Will Be Mounted at Harbin in the Hope of Making That Place improvable. London, June 2.—A special dispatch tn the Times from Moscow says: •It has at last been borne in upon th e Russian government^ that their ps in the field will hardly be able retain possession of Manchuria and tlint even more reverses are in store for MB. Kuropatkin's army. •I learned from un absolutely de ,*ndable source that Harbin is being fortified and placed in condition to withstand a siege and that it is gener ally believed in government circles that the army will be compelled to abandon Mukden and all positions to the southward and retire to Harbin, then to await the Japanese armies. ••My informant states that all the heavy siege guns which have been re norted as shipped for use in the south ern Manchuria fortifications of the Russians during the last few weeks are in reality intended for service ...

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

San jfuan Islander TIIK ISI.ANOKII «<>., Publisher*. O. H COLVBK. Kditor and Manager. ' lettered at the portomee In Friday M.\rl><>ra>s second class mail matter. s,.',MTliill'»n"i;ri«-."' • «1..-,0 ''"r Y"'tr Tie O.Ticial Paper ol San Juan Coanty. SATI'IIPAY. JUNE J. IHM KAsTKUN WASlllN(iT(>.\ KICKS The revolt of a porti >n of the Re publican press of eastern Washing -Ihi against the tick* nominated at Taeoma is not bo much a. matter of surprise as it is of regret. The peo; ].!.• of the grain growing counties liive become as thoroughly Imbued with the i lea thai a railroad com inis^ion would enable them to obtain lower freight rates on their grain to f. c watt r as they were a few years ;v jo with the notion thai the "free a id unlimited coinage of silver at the rtii of l<> to 1" would curt' the i- nintrv's financial and industrial ills an 1 put them all "on easy street." They shouted themselves hoarse for Bryan and free silver and were gul lible enough...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 June 1904

I Now is Your Opportunity to I I Buy Men's and Boys' Clothing | |__ . „:■... . . . i j Our Big Sale is Now in Full Swing I I The important fact about it is that we display no banners or muslin signs, but we i J display the goods an/1 prices in our windows. : : . . 4 - .— —l ■ : : ■f . ■ ——■':.. j. ■ ■—: — <■ r— ——; — ; ' ■■ - ; — **" '—; ; : ' ~~- •« + -\Vc are gratified to note the way the good people of the surrounding country are responding to our sale. We point with pride to our reputation as reliable merchants as a guarantee^ « i that we are doing as we advertise. Here are afo \ if.'-jus of the many great bargains we ar'j offering: •} * = 1— , „ - — ] I ..Men.. j£^ ..Boys., j * We have big COUnterS full Of .. ' i^T - Mothers, now/is ; your chance. Jnst think of < f , , i i_i ...... JJSHb!llk*%lsh it, for £/»/£ we sell you a Suit of Coat, Pants * \ Serges, Worsteds, Homespuns, m vSfijlH • and Vest, in good solid imerc» miud yon; no : I CheviotS, CaSSimereS, Vicunas, *fff£ ...

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