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

J» Second Cousin garah 1 /X or THE AUTHOR or \J *j* "A.t.iE f».r SfVMSffWt" "LITTLE KATE MIRBY." wj* £$} etc.. etc. j! l • 'II.U'TKK XXVI. it'oiiiimn'd.i * This wak ill-- man whom "■'"■ had seen m her father* In.us.-, who had 1.«.1'<l with them mi the button factory, and of whom sb« hud paiifht n w'limp^' ***** " Hedge Hill. Tot* mm .lolni JcimiiiK" «-pre in th« mnin thoroutblan 1 »f Hob |«.rn?, both iiiUTt-Mt.Ml in <•"• »I>"I'- •v"'-'" 1,,, touched Tola on t !•«- »>ni. •|»,,ii'i you know niV?" ho HHkod In :• liuaky voice. I,,is jthv«' ■ lull.- fk-ream, mm.l cliiiitf ( i hit rloaely to .T<*hu .Ipniiliitff. "Oh! doo'l let him Ink* ma awa.vT' «.,(• cried nt i»nc4«. i don't want to ink.- yon HWH.r. ll«a --»,^_ —l only want to axk you how you „,■,,. nftcr nil tho<4.- months," *nid Thonta* F.:isilm>H, oflVrinc » very dirty hand In the child to shake. I'Coirie. you let her alone, will yon? ax id John Jenolnfa ithniply. John did not admtnt the look* of the man who bad ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 June 1904

Hood's Sarsaparilla is unquestiona bly the greatest blood and liver medicine known, ft, positively and permanently cures every humor, from Pimples to Scrofula. It* is the Best Blood Medicine, HAVE YOU TRIED IT MOORE'S REVEALED REriEDY For your stomach and liver. Three doses will make you feel bet ter. Never Failed. FOR SALE BY YOUR DRUGGIST Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. rt%FF Map of Washington §" WmmLmLm and information as to how you can dispose of your Farms, Ranches, &c. It. P. MAYISTARD, 615 Bailey Building, ' - SEATTLE £ 5u J e^^fli f^Jt^^BOYD BUIL D I.NC»_ji_^EATtLEJ NEW PENSION UlWSlii; Apply to NATHAN BICKFORD, 914 X St ffaSkiaStoii, D. C. Mb N. B. Vols., IBCI-0. REMOVAL NOTICE. Tatum & wen, Machinery and Supplies. The office and warehouse will be lo cated after June 1, at , 1231 1235 Utah St., Seattle, Wash. Where thu largest assortment of wood working machinery in the Northwest can be found. I We treat and cure 1311 F?««3L to stay cured t—'li-«E^^» Fistula, Catarrh,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 June 1904

< Oreao Island j DOG HAY AMI OLGA S. .1 Rockwell, Jr.. goo to Friday Harbor Monday to cut wood for W. 11. McCrary. Mr. an ; Mrs. N*. U. Davis an I Mrs. - .... attended the Memorial day j I'xoivised .i East Sound. ■ C. S. Willis was at East Sound Sat-1 urday putting a shake roof over llrucc Willis' sloop Ai..-a. I.v!. Kelson has Bled a homestead I'litrv on SO acres of government land lining Henry Legbandt's farm, The steamer Hermosa took a boom | <.f logs from Moor< camp to the E. lv, Wood mill at Bellingham Salui- j day, Tims. Robertson is working for I c ; Davis boys. They are putting in a bkid road and will take out a few »aw l G. X. Culver has sent his fine mare | "Kit" and a buggy to his son. O. H. | Culver, at Friday Harbor for the j summer. George Sutherland has put $150 in work- on the Willis road and has over half of it opened. He has done some excellent work. Mr. and Mrs. ('. S. Willis and ."on Miss A. 11. Aiken and Mrs. (». N. j Culver all ended the wedding of Mis...

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. — 11 June 1904

Cbc Ban Juan Islander VOL. XIV. 1= —-Churchill's— j| <; Men's Cotton Hose, 8, 4or 5 pairs for - »^ 25c <> Men's Cotton and Wool Underwear, per garment, 20c to • $1.25 ', *> Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, a variety of pretty patterns, 75c and 90c <! » c kn ear, in tecks, four in hands, bows and midgets, each, I 2Sc !, '<[ Men's Its, .. .... '»--.. v 25 C and 50c *> President Suspenders, our price, . - - 40c i < "~'j ~uj~^~~'~'~'""'~^' --■-'-'-■■-. -'.-. -i«_.i !> Ladies'Biack Cotton Hpsej pair, lOc, 15c and - ■ 25c <► ' LadiesMVhite Cotton Vests, each, 10c, 15c, 20c and • • 25c !■ <> Mines' White Cotton Vests, fleeced, each, ... 35c <> i* Mercerized Chambrays, per yard, : - _ v ). % . 25c [<| <> White Wnistiiigr*> fancy stripes, per yard* l&c and *- .. '. 25c <► V Turkish Towels, each, 12 l-2c, 20c and - • - 25c <► {; Shirt-Waist Sets, pearl, - - . 35c Ij \ • Fancy Combs, new styles, 10c, 20 and • 25c {►■ <> Bonn Girdle...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H (IUTR, KUltnr FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. \ Minor Happenings , | of the Week, * M. Blanc, formerly French minister of foreign affairs, ih dead. Oregon's bnilding at the world* fair is to I* dedicated Wednesday. Jam- 15. lYovinoial Assessor HhII, of Victo ria, has \*wu arrested on charge of em- Iwzzletnent. Governor Pealiody, of Colorado, haw issued an order suspending martial law in Lus Aniuias county, the secne of the recent labor troubles. I)r. Horace KHis, president of the Idaho state normal sthool, has toeepted the offer of the presidency of the Vin oenuea, Indiana, university. The revenue cutter Bear whh cut to the water line and her foremast carried away in colliHion with the MhooiMf Spokane in a fog titf Point Reyes. The contract has been let for the construction of a $70,000 distillery to be erected at Sapperton, B. C. Thin | Will be the only big distillery in Weot- ! **m Canada. Walter J. Honeyman, a well known business man of Portland, and locally promin...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1904

AS FLOATING EXPO PROPOSED TO FIT UP STEAMER VICTORIA, T»ke on a Display of American Oootfi and Product*, and Send H,. r on a Visit to Asiatic. Aus tralian. Philippine and Other I'ortw. Settle, June B.—A floating indus rnal exposition involving a display of the principal products and industries „f the United States, to be shown in the larger ports of Japan, China, the Philippine*. Australia, India, the Strnits Settlements and South Africa, for the purpose of building up trade with thoHe countries is proposed by the Northwest Commercial Company. With a view to interesting the government in Huch an enterprise, John Rosene, president of the company, left Sunday for New York and Washington. He will confer with Secretary Cortelyou, of the bureau of oommeroe and labor. The company purposes devoting its steamship Victoria to the work in the event the undertaking is found feasible and sufficient encouragement is forth .oming through the manufacturers and producers. The plan contemplates the ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1904

San jluan Islander, Till". ISLANDEK CO.. t'ul>lUUer». O. 11. CULVER, ■ ■• Editor and Manager. Entered at the postotllce in Friday Harbor as second Hans instil matter. v,,1.5. ripllon »'r»ro. »I.M> Pet Year The Official Paper ot San Joan County. sa I (TRI»AI . JUNE 11. 19M SAN .HAN BOUNDARY DECISION Or.c of the pioneer settlors of this island had a little argument a few iv- a«jo with another pioneer as to tjie year in which the San Juan boun dary controversy was finally deter mined by the decision of Emperor William/of Germany, as arbitrator. The former contended thai the de rision was given in 1872 while the lat ter thought it was not until the fol knving year. The question was re ferred to the [SLANDKH and as it is a matter of general interest the an swer is published: The award was signed by Emperor William on the 21st of October, 1872. Orders were immediately given by the Britsih government for the. removal of the troops which had been stationed at "English Camp* 1 during a...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1904

irtt~H* f ♦fijtAHt** i*H*t;fot+y+t»»< unj «'f fi m' W* mm.?* 'm MMUtlt?**+ .*?♦ f f't*ft f ♦♦♦ ■♦.ft t.f ft \i i»t + *ffi f i tfTtfMfVf ♦»mm ♦M» ff Now is Your Opportunity to I Buy Men's and Boys' Clothing Our Big Sale is Now in Full Swing The important fact about it is that we display no banners or muslin signs, but we display the goods an I rices in our windows. We are gratified to noto the way the good people of tho surrounding country are respond i_ r r • our sale. We point with pride to our reputation as reliable merchants as a guarantee that we are doing as we advertise, Hpre are afe : ins of the many great bargains we are offering : ..Men.. j2t ! ..Boys.. ■ ■ IVIC/I 1« ? cMff^C MiJU)L/jrO»« We have big Counters full Of JLm Mothers, now is your chance. Just think of Serges, Worsteds, Homespuns, i^SßWgLv^w it, for $I m ls w«» sell you ;\ Suit of Coat, Pant 8 Serges, Worsteds, Homespuns, MiPl®lPl :lml Vt' st< in gootl soli(1 Cassimero-miml .V(>u; n<) CheViotS, CaSSim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1904

I Second Cousin Sarah 1 /ft at rift author or \j V "iMf JVIHit. SriNSTCR." "LITTLE KATE Kl*Br." *Ul VX ere ere. J& Z L Jg£ CHAPTKR JCXVIII It vv«* the old position—and yet «*itli ■ grave difference. If waa the old line <if argument cropping up afresh in Sarah Basthell'a mind, with no KeilbeM Oulwtck .it hand to laugh down her logic—with Reuben CulwlcVs power to Intigh it Jown, perhaps, wonderfully diminished. John had told or Reuben going to find Alary Holland at Worwuter. I.u<-'| had predicted evil would romp of it, nnd Surah wan wretched. | She. must give him up— -Ik- must nut remain that weight "I" 1 Ills life, that clog upon bin industry, which m!i- had always thought she was. when her love win not howllderirig her too much, lien l>ti loved her, she hoped still *lie did not put fnitli In those strange suspicious of Lucy Jennings— I^ney was right in one:thing: thai she. Sarah Kasthell, could riot add to tin- happiness of Keii ben Cnlwlck'a life. She could only add to...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1904

Get Ri<» of Scrofula «-nrh«s eruptions, inflammations, sore ™t o the eyelids and ears, disease, of th. **' rickets, dyspepsia, catarrh, wasting some of the troubles It causes. •^ , 9 a very active evil, making havoc of a, whole system. .^ Hood'sSarsapariUa Wicates It. cures all its manifestation*. Za builds up the whole system. Aocept no substitute. Removal notice. Tatum & Bo wen, Machinery and Supplies. The office and warehouse will be 10-, eat#<i after June 1, at 1231=1235 Utah St., Seattle, Wash. Where the largest assortment of wood working machinery in the Northwest «an be found. _____ • THE SEATTLE AUCTION, FEED AND SALE STABLE 1212 Western At., Seattle. Held* regular Auction Shies every Frldai ft IP m Uorße"' cattle ' harneM «?«,*>' kinds of vehicles sold on commlwilon nonwi bought, sold and exchanged dally ?J T .loliffe. Prop. Phone Bui 1081. DAKvXrvLINO ber and Graz ing lands in Eastern and Western Wash ington. Full information and map of Washington furnished fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1904

j! Ocas lobr-d |; I _ ,^- > _ n _ J -w- LJ -U- L i-! ■ DOK HAY AM) OU.V j Mrs. C. E. Sluyter spent Sunday j in BeUingham. I Mrs. Andrew Ncwhall returned i Monday from BcUinghani. i c iv Cunningham butchered a large , beef Sunday and shipped it to Ana-j cortes: I W. D. Schmuek is hauling wood from Mr. Poiser's place to the Olga wharf. •Sani'l Moore is getting out a rush order of fir logs for the Cascade Lumber Company. R. K. Willis left Seattle last Satur day on the steamer Roanoke for Cape j Nome as third-assistant engineer. > Oliver Palmer took his big span of horses to Bellingham last week, He ha? dissolved partnership with his uncle G. A. Palmer, who will con- 1 tinue to run the logging camp. Quite a party of men from around Doc Bay enjoyed a picnic Sand iv of I rye bread and bologna and trad of hops. Anthony Ohlert supplied the musical part with his fine, new Victor talking machine. A committee consisting of Mrs. ! Clay Cunningham, Mrs. Duncan j Bower and Mrs. R. C. Willis...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1904

Che San Islander VOL. XIV. j SUMMER COOPS I ! ! Dainty Lawns and Muslins, yard . He to 20c * I New Line of LaCe Embroideries, yard . 2c to 35c \ I «■ Ladies' Summer Vests . . . loc to 25c <> J| —-SOKOSiS SKIRTS—THE BEST MADE )► 5 . :— i' . <; <[ A few pairs of Ladies' Low Soes, sizes 2 1-2 to 4 1-2— J > jj worth $1.50 to 50—going at . . 50c •> I joys" Tennis Shoes only ..... 65c \> J> Men's Tennis Shoes only ...» 75c J> ||=Churchiirs==i! . r — ""-"'' "■'■" "■■■■"■ "■-■"l"----"-v--- ""■ ■ "■■ ,■■■■' —~"~* ■ Picnic Parties Find Our Lunch Groceries the Real Thing for Outings. " —They are Always Fresh-- Roast, Chipped and Corned Beef, per can 25C Roast Mutton, per can . i . 3O<? i "Red Jack Salmon; per can . . Isc ; Sweet Pickles, per bottle . . 25c ! Plain Pickles, per bottle . . 2OC Queen Olives, per bottle . . 25c French Sardines, 2 cans for . ; 25e Lunch Tongue, per can . . 35c Boiled Ham, sliced, per pound, . . 2OC tiRIGGS & NASH -T-r,-.,- 11 -ua-l...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1904

The San Juan Islander (1 H riI.TIB. *rflt»r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. \ Minor Happenings f * of the Week. j Lawienee Button, tbe author, ii ■lead James Johnaon, famous a* the Car lisle Indian quarterback, will enter Harvard this fall. The fifth annual grand American handicap target tournament Will be held at Indianapolis June 81 to 21. in clusive. Major Daingertield. at Uravewnd. won tin-Standard Stakes, worth $7,500, from such cracks as Htrniis and Afri cander The strike of the Santa Fe machin ist* will, it is said, be materially aided by culling out the boilermaken and blacksmith*. King Edward has conferred on Mme. M<»lt>a the decoration for science, art Htm music. She is the first woman on whom it 1)U8 been bestowed. The Vatican has been informed that a number of Catholic missionaries in Korea and Southern Manchuria to es cape persecution have taken refuge aboard French, German and Italian warships. (.'apt. William A. Meyer, Seventy.: eighth cavalry., now Indian agent at the Uin...

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. — 18 June 1904

BEST AT THE FAIR WASHINGTON BUILDING UNIQUE AND ATTRACTIVE. %vjth Exhibit* Installed It Serves purpose of Advertising State Wore Effectually Than Any Oth <. P on the Grounds—Wonder to People of the East. Seattle, June 15.— After an absence nt "about two months during which rime he visited many [of the leading "ties of the East, Mr. P. F. Kelley, of ,he Kelley-Clark Company, has re turned to this city. His visit, be said, was principally on bnisness for the firm, looking up agencies for the sale of Pacific coast products, though on bin way back he stopped over for sev eral days at St. Louis to see the world's fair. Mr. Kolley ssys the best thing be B aw while away was the Washing ton state building and exhibits in the exposition grounds. Speaking of this i 1 (. says: "Oar building is undoubtedly the lUuH t representative of "any of those erected by the several states, and at tracts more general attention than any of them. Many of the others are costly and handsome structures, but ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1904

San Juan Islander TIIK I>l \M»i:it CO.. l*ul»lUher». O ii Cl'l.vi-K. . Uditor a.nd Manager. 3 Entered Sat the poatofllee In Friday Harbor as class mail matter. «..h,r, l'rlc«, T~~»l.flO »'" Year The Official Paper ol San Juan County. SATURDAY, JUNK 18, 1904 •_ i ' .-- . - THE PANAMA (ANAL Estimated cost of the Panama Ca nal. 1200,000,000. Amount paid French Company for the title, $40,000,000. Amount paid Panama government for perpetual lease of canal lands, 110,000,000, Length of canal, 16 miles. Canal width varies from 350 to 800 feet at the top, the bottom width-be ing 160 feet. There will be five twin locks of con crete masonry, each lock 738 feet ong and 82 feel wide, with i lifting capacity of 30 to 32 feet. Lake* Bohio (artificial) covers 31 square miles. Alhajuela lake (artificial) covers ,». 900 acres, and will furnish motive power for operating the locks and lighting the canal from ocean to ocean. Distance from New York to San Francisco by old route. K5.714 miles: by the...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1904

I DENTAL WORKJ :**—*= -r " 1 fe May cost too much or be too cheap to. * % nVry quality- We make a moderate £ * 'f.Vrle for strictly first-class service; our | £ „, „, V.ions are as nearly painless as a per g i 25 eauipment and modern methods can | I make them, and we guarantee the work | * absolutely, I I HIGH V M I PLATES $|0.00 I : § I, painless extracting „,r« 4 -6Q | | Gold fllHnna...,-,... ......,.-HOO up | I Bridge work.., • $5.00 up | |o 2 pt . gold crown9,»fs.Qo $6.00 I $ ■ i I EXAMINATION ERRS OF OHABOB i t WHATfIOM DENTAL I | PARLORS I |»i CIiOVEIi BLOCK I I WHATCOM, WASHINGTON | lE. F. HARPST I 5 Watchmaker, Jeweler and |p If ENGRAVER I is Friday Harbor | ' .HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. GK WIIiSON, Prop.' The Reading Hotel of Anacorte©, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station Ml Modern Conveniences. Fine Ttiblo Service MODERATE BATES DR. F. J. VAN KIRK special Practice Limited - i i ■ ?r TO - ,'^..._ r -l ■■ Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat CLOVER BLK., WHATCOM HUSCOTT,M,'j>, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1904

[PAPERS?& E PEOPLP 611 f-REGUUIION IN FHE IIVING ORGANISM. By Dr. R. H. rrmnc*. r . i Self-regulation menu* the tendency of living /organism* to counteract, by biological or stnic tural change*. Influence* of a destructive or de leterious nature. Some of the reguhitlve phe nomeua of the human organism are well known and recognized ■■ such by science. It Is gen erally known, for Instance, that perspiration Is a regulative phenomenon the object of which Is J to preserve the normal temperature of the body. Other Instances are the powerful development of the mus cles of the leg* in professional dancer.*, bicyclist*, nnd mountaineers, the development of abnormally strong bones In persons In the habit of carrying heavy loads, nnd the Increased activity of th*» heart in cases of kidney disease. Several Herman and Trench biologists recently have made • careful study of the subject and gathered a great deal of Important material which throws an Interesting light upon the .problem of -reg...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1904

Economy | S 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 POSES ONE DOLLAR Tl \YE YOU TRIED IT MOORED" REVEALED REriEDY For your stomach and liver. Three doses will make you feel bet ter. Never Failed. t FOR SALE BY YOUR DRUGGIST Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. (MID WE WANT IllUn 1 AGENTS Eg $150 and up per OPPORTUNITY I S£= Ul I Ull I UIH I I I tatives in every ■ 1 city" and town <^^^^^^^^^^^^. town in Oregon Washington and Idaho. Dignified, hon orable, permanent and immensely profit able employment at home or on the row!; something new ; send stamp or call at office for details. SQUARE DEAL BROKERAGE CO. 129 Seventh Street, Portland* Oregon ipOfT/C MaP °* Washington ■ mummKim nd information as to how you can dispose of your Farms, Ranches, &c. R. P. MAYNABD, tils Bailey Building, - „ SEATTLE ■—II —H II M HO IU. K. BUITERWORTH & SONS,) I UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, ) ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1904

Orcae Island BAST SOUND W. 11. \V\ ii Jr., of Friday Har bor, spent Sunday with East Sound friend?. Miss Jessie Sutherland, of Seattle; is spending a few weeks here, the guest of Mrs, Blame. Will Stbwers is keeping books for the Moth i Trading Company nt Patcros, Okaoogan county. •Mrs .1 11. Gay, of Seattle, la spend ing the. summer here. She is estab lished at the Park Perry Miss Bessie Cramer of Taroiiia, has come I<> ■ >end the summer with her parent , Mr. and Mrs. .1 L Cra mer. Mrs. C. W. Waldron, of Belling 'laiii. arrived Monday to join her laughter, Miss Waldron, at thefr •ottage ; The St. Alm"- Guild met with Mrs. J. W. ;White Wednesday. A most pleasani afternoon as spent by the Sadicsjiroscnt; . Miss Gertrude McOrary, of Friday Ffarbor, i- the truest of Miss Laura le fir a week. Friday a naoun* fain-eiiiiiiiiii;r party was given in her Uonor. Luther Sutherland is greatly Im proving his hotel property by mak ing a tine tennis court, which will be much enj >yed by...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1904

Cbe Ban Islander* VOL. XIV. SUMMER_COOPS f 1 1 Dainty Lawns and Muslinsj yard . 8c to 20c <! <\ New Line of Lace Embroideries, yard .' 2eto:sjsc J> J Ladies' Summer Vest? . . . " 10c to -."»<• j1 — SOItOSIS ski iris— BEST*MADE— *' 2 • j> j! A few pairs of Ladies' Low Soes, sizes 2 1-2 to 4 1-2— ! •', worth $1.-50 to $2.so—going at .•. .\ -50c ]| J i Boys' Tennis Shoes only . . . . . . 65c 4 > J> Men's Tennis Shoes only . . x \ 75c J> Ij Churchill's: I —MM.—, —I , @L New, Departure WE HAVE ADDED to our stock a splen did assortment of Solid Gold and Boiled Plate Jewelry, consisting of plain and mount ed Rings, Watch Chains, Bracelets, Cuff but tons, etc., etc. The latest is Gun Metal Belt Buckles and Pins; Shirt Waist Sets and many other novelties. To introduce this line to the people of San Juan County we will present to the lucky person a FULL JEWELED, ELGIN MOVEMENT WATCH. We ask you to examine the goods and let us ' tell you how you Can Get a Watch FREE. DR...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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