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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION \ BY EMILY THORNTON __ Author of " Roy Rossku.'s ROLR," £9 "Cinnov," "The Fashionable Mother." Etc. CHAPTER —(Continued.) A few days after the promenade on deck Dr. Klfenatein was summoned by Mini Nevergail "> attend tier mint, who wns very ill. owing to The violence of the storm. Portioning out a sedative. the young physician turned to give it to hit companion, and in banding it, their fingers met, and at the touch his heart leaped so forcibly into a delightful thrill ! that it caused nil instant feeling of ques tioning as tto it■* cause Their passage scree* the Atlantic was an unusually propitious one. It was with relief to both the physician and anxious niece as they saw the termination of the voyage, for in spite of their united ef forts, Mrs. N'evergall'a strength was rap idly departing. Dr. Blfensteia had an unusually tender and sympathizing heart. He could not *»«•• so young a girl in such trouble and not in everything possible lend a help- Ing hand. He ...

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. — 9 July 1904

Rheumatism Does not let, go of you when you apply lotions or liniments. It, simply loosens its hold for a while. Why? Because to get* rid of it yon must correct* the add con dition of the blood on which it depends. Hood's Sarsa parilla has cured thousands. Keep Them Gv^^l At It. -.VSf The hens that are prop- jO^ls^r cr | y fed and nt! — llT|~lf3r^__T"i'i lated will be laying^Jggß^ll-^^L/i^ long after their poorly . "Tt kept neighbors have laid out," become broody and gone to hatching. PRUSSIAN POU O L D RY makes bens lay longer and keep in better con dition. Makes eggs strong in vitality that hatch healthy chicks. Makes chicks grow faster and makes an early layer of the pullet. Keeps off all forms of cholera »nd other poultry dUrues. being ■ medi cated food. Prlre 85 and 500. See ad elsewhere In this paper about Pruiwlan Lire Powder and I'ruulan Lice Killer. Ask your dealer or write in direct. PHPHSIAN REMEDY CO., ST. PAFL, MPCIT. HAVE YOU TRIED IT MOORE'S REVEALED REfIEDY For your ...

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. — 9 July 1904

\ San luan Island S ? C'ui»wU of Count? 6iA\ c ROCHE HARBOR There was a most delightful cele bration of Independence day here last Monday at Scurr Bros, beauti ful ranch, which is one of the most j -active phv in the county. The celebration was held under the au spices of the Prohibition Party Cen tral Committee, though it was in no sense political. A large booth erect* | , ,j on the grounds was divided "into three compartments, all being finely orated with Hags and bunrihg. In the front compartment was d quick luncli counter, presided over by Mrs. J. W. White Mrs L. M. Harper and Miss Bccuey. Here light and whole some refreshments wen served. The second compartment presided over by Mr and Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Kennedy, was devoted to ice cream jind ■•; rawberriea, while at the third, presided over by Mrs. Bolter, Mr*. 'Dee and Miss Gertie Swapp, nuts, 'eonfectuincry and soft drinks were disi)enspd. Chairmati Bickford. of the Prohibi tion Central Committee, acted as chairman during th...

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. — 16 July 1904

Cbe San Islander VOL. XIV. I HARDWARE : SHOTELS, SPADES,. HOES, I MATTOCKS, AXES, FORKS, : NAILS, ROPE!, LOCKS, ETC. * ,> ► . A New Lot Just Received at \ CHURCHILL'S SACRIFICE SALE of Summer Suitings ' Balance of our 10-yard length patterns in light, fancy^ summer fabrics will bo sold at a discount of 25 per cent. Sale to continue while goods last This is the best oppor tunity you will have to get a dress for little money. \ First comers have the advantage, so come early. i DRIGGS&NASH V .-..■.. ■_- ..„._... --. ■ „ „ ' „ -..^ ► »♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ »»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+•♦♦♦»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»» \ Separators and ■ Farm Implements ► 1 have the exclusive agency for Han .Juan County ■ ► for the D. M..SHARPLESS TUBULAR CREAM SEPAR ► ATORS«-the Best in the Market. Now is the time to buy. ; ► Don't forget that I handle the DEERINCi Farm ; " Machinery, the Best Made, and that I can sell you ; ► FARM IMPLEMENTS of all kinds as low as the lowest. [ • P. JENSEN i TOURIST HOTEL ! W. H. McCRARY, Pr...

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. — 16 July 1904

The San Juan Islander n H lilt KR. Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. J Minor Happenings , ' of the Week. J Fraternity hall, rtie largest building at Murray. Idaho, was shattered by lightning Friday. Severe hail and rain storms have done considerable damage to wheat in Southern Oregon. Notice has hwn given by the post oftice department of the parcel |KMt convention recently negotiated with Japan. Parcels post muilH for Japan will \h> made up at Seattle, Taconia, San Francisco and Honolulu. (fee. Toirel, who commanded the Spanish garrison at 'S»»tiag<> when that place surrendered to the United States foroet, died Sunday at an asy luni for the insane near Madrid. The general beoMM insane brooding over hi* capitulation. Th« Sim Franoipoo board of supervis ors have granted a boxing permit for the month of August to the Yosemite club. This club it* handling the .Jeff rica*Mnnro match, and the issuance of the permit mean* the meeting of tht>i heavyweight* there August f6. Frank. P. M...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1904

THOUSANDS GO OUT mE at plants THROUGHOUT CEN TRAL WEST CLOSED. Dimgreement Over Wages Directly Affects Many TlionsantlH of Men, ,id Indirectly Many Thousands More— Will Probably Be a Long Strike. „ """—"""" 1 Chicago, July 13.—As the result of ; a stubborn disargeement, chiefly over ■wages for unskilled labor, one of the most extensive strikes in the history of j the meat packing industry of the Unit- i ed States began yesterday in Chicago, ; KamasCity, Omaha, St. Joseph and other cities where large packing plants are located. If prolonged, the strike is expected to cause widespread incon- '■ venience, possibly equalling the an- j thracite coal famine of two years ago. , The unanimity of the strike was com- i plete. More than 45,000 employes are j directly involved. In Chicago alone 18,000 men are on strike The -ffect if the strike on the food supply of the country and the price of meats is being j earnestly discussed, notwithstanding the fact that the packing houses, con- j trary s...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1904

San jfuan Islander Till isiamii.i: CO.. Publisher*. O. H. CUI/VKK, Hditor and Manager. * jgnterod .1 t '<■ postofflco iii Friday Harbor m soeoiui nlass mail inattpr. <»'-.- Subtcrlptlon r.i«... - " »1..%0 P«r Year* The Official Paper oi San Joan County. SATUI'PAY. .M I-Y i<<. IBM NO MOflE SIIApK DOLLARS A great money making industry promises to go into decline', if Direct or George E Roberts, of the United C States mint, Is correctly quoted by an Orcgonian reporter. Mr. Bob erts is made to say in an interview that there never will be another sil ver dollar coined in tins country un less by some chancy a 16-to 1 con gress should be elected^ for the sup ply of silver bullion purchased under the Sherman act is exhausted. The records, cording to the director's statement,show remarkable increase, in the gold production of the world during the past decia/le, and in I!»<>4 the production will probably be $350, --000,000. The gold output of the world has nearly trebled in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1904

■ENTAL WORK] Biir.y cost too much oj; be too cheap to '% ■rry quality. 1' We nuke a moderate § VHHnrg ■ for strictly first-class service; our $ r jHKeraUons are as nearly painless as a per g( 'P feet equipment »nd ner° methods can | gj make tliem, and we guarantee the work §r g jibsolutolj'. ....^. I HIGH.' § 7.00 I I PLATES mm* $8.50 I PLATES W 510,00 % Painlesa extracting $ .50 i I Gold fillings $1 00 up ® I Bridge work |o.op up V 122 pt. gqld crowns, $5.00 |6 00 I 1 EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE i 1 WIUTfOM DENTAL I i PARLORS | » CLqYER BLOCK g I 11ATCOM, WASHINGTON | — Goto Whatcom for DENTAI, WORK MODERN DKNTAL PARLORS Graduate Dentists, with all the Latest Appl nnccs for First-class Dentistry. Without * Paiß, and Fully Guaranteed Plates "-■-.. $5 and Up Gold Crowns - $5 and $6 , Bridge Work - 5 and Up Fillings - 50 Cts. and Up J'aiuiess Extracting, SO Otm, ■ fro* When Other Work is Ordered ALL WORK GUARANTEED Modern Dental Parlors DR. 0. C. GILBERT, Manager Cor. Dock and Hotly St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION BY EMILY THORNTON ■.jip Author of "Roy Russkm/s Rur.E," (??!■ "Gi.knkoy," "The Fashion Mothkr," Etc. CHAPTER V.— (Continued.! . The life of a physician is certainly a : Tory unsettled Htid unsatisfactory one. No sooner, therefore, had Barle Blfeniitein ; retired to his library, after his lonely sup per, and become deeply interested in a | book, that a severe thunder shower, now steadily speeding toward them, ushered in. by muttered thunder, and zig-zag lightning, than rat-tat-tat, came at the door, and a call for services about two iniltrs off. "Well," he thought, as lie faulted up ' on hi« faithful horse Sultnn, "I can. per- | haps, have a view of his ghoatahlp on our j $rnj back, if we hasten.* 1 He touched his horse and sped off in the darkness. Before reaching the home of his patient, the storm whh indeed over him. He lingered fully an hour, hoping it j would abate, but instead, its fury seem- ; ed to increase with every breath. His ; patient had fallen into a...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1904

Catarrh Whether It Is of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, or more delicate organs, catarrh Is always debilitating and should never tail of attention. .-• - ■ - It is a discharge from the mucous mem* brane when kept in a state of inflammation by an impure, commonly scrofulous, con d,tion of the blood. . ' Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures all forms, of catarrh, radically and permanently —It removes the cause and overcomes all the effects. Get Hood's. f^UJCJC" Ma of Washington F mmKm^mm and information as to Low you can dispose of your Farms, Ranches, Sec. It. P. MAYNATtD, 615 Bailey Building, ' - SEATTLE THE SEATTLE AUCTION, FEED AND SALE STABLE 1212 Western At., Seattle. H#lds regular Auction Skies every Frldaj ,t \ p. m. Horses, cattle, harness and al kinds of vehicles sold op commission Horses bought, sold and exchanged dally N. T. Jollffe. Prop. Phone Buff 1681. Old Mexico— Have you ever seen that fascinating coun try? Send your name, address and occupa tion and receive information of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 July 1904

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS; • ■<.. Continued from First r>n£c approved and warrants were order ed drawn in payment of bills allowed as follows: i.vie King, work on roads, April... I>• s<» Al Button, do 5 °° A. O. Middleton, do 5 •» Kd Daily, do » .5 m .las. King, Jr., do , '■' *5 [■• J. Zeißler, team work on toads 14 <» Kd Madden, Work on roads '?, 5° John Schutn.u do.. it oo John Heidtnreich.do .. „ woo H. J. Zcigler, team work cm loads, May . 3" °° Kd Madden, work on roads • 28 °° John Heidenreich, do "'8 °° . N. Labar, do 4 °° N.Doyce.do aS °° John Kelly, Jr., do •• »°° us. Fleming, do s8 °° .lohnS.hu.nan, do 21 °° Will nailer, do '- 4 oo ,;.J. Edgier, team work on leads, June.. ( 40 00 A. O. Middletou, work on 14*41 3 75 Kd Madden. do 600 Colin Sandwith, do '"100 Colin Sandwith, do °» w fohn Heidenreich, do 34 °o Will.lours, do 39 °° John Sweeney, do «j °° Uylc King, do -"Z Jim McKay, do 2 °° B. V. Hannah, supervisor 16887 It. W. Keefe, blacksmith work • 69" I. San...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1904

Che San Jmn Islander J^ ■ .; VOL. XIV. 1 HARDWARE j: i j: SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, jj j| MATTOCKS, AXES, FORKS, ]| NAILS, HOPE, LOCKS, ETC. \ . __ ;: I ' <; A New Lot Just Received at * ! j CHURCHILL'S I ? j; j Now Is the Time of Year When the Washing of Clothes is a Burden On account of the heat.' The hard water of the island is an ' added drawback, but both can be overcome to" a great extent . by using Pyramid l*ow<iei\ a soap powder of extra merit, ' at 55c, For a laundry soap try Diamond Cor Emerald. In j iUd or 100-bar lots we can give you a low price; and if you want a real good washboard buy one of our glass boards at 45e. : I DRIGGS & NASH V, „ ._■ ■ ■ ■■■■ _ ' ■* ■ x Separators and ji j Farm titipiementsl •^ '- .' . i:: >.** * * X I have the exclusive agency for San Juan County -- | for the I). M. SHABPLESS TUBULAR CREAM SEPAR- y X ATOUS—the Best In the Market. Now is the time to buy. -► * Don't forget that I handle the DEERIKti Farm y * Machinery, the Best Made,...

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. — 23 July 1904

The San Juan Islander O. II «ll.V«n, Kdit«r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. \ Minor Happenings \ \ of the Week. * i Skagway is to have a municipal WB- ; ter BVstein. The grand lodge of Blkfl I* in sess'on at Cincinnati. .1. M. Hannaford, general counsel i for the Northern Pacific, denies the rumor that he will resign. : The grand cross of the Legion of Honor is to be conferred by the French \ government upon Secretary Hay. ; A large freight shed and contents, ten freight cars and three tugs were burned in the harbor at Duluth, caus- • ing a loss of ♦200,000. lon Perdicaris, of Tangier, who was held captive by brigands, has grave j fears for foreigners in Morocco unless j France adopts strong measures. The war department will hereafter | have trtoops moving between Alaska and Eastern parts of the United States puss through Seattle instead of San I Francisco. The export* of frint from the United j States in the fiscal year 1904 will ex ceed $20,000,000, against less than 000,000 in 1894 and less...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1904

INJUNCTION ORDER •NORTHERN SECURITIES DISTRIB UTION IS RESTRAINED. Judge Bradford Grants Petition or Harrttnan Interests Pending Further investigation —A Num ber of Points in Doubt, He Says. Trenton, N. J., July 18.—Judge Bradford has granted a preliminary in junction in the suit brought by Harri man, Pierce and others to restrain the proposed pro rata distribution of the assets of the Northern Securities Com pany. This is a temporary defeat for the Hill inteests. The decision of Judge Bradford does not dispose of the main points at issue in the case, which were whether or not Hiirr'nmn and Pierce should have re turned to them the stock of the North ern Pacific company which they put into the Securities company, or wheth er they should have distributed to them the stock of both the Northern Pacific aud Great Northern companies on the pro rata basis provided for by the di- j rectors of the Northern Securities Com pany. Judge Bradford devotes most of his rime to the discussion of a le...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1904

San jfuan Islander Till: M AMiKi: « 0.. ral»l««lier*. ) H. CIIi.VKK liditor anJ Manager. ;.-.,,.,..,,.1 m !h<- |iost«Mll«o in Friday llVrh »i- .* — >.-.> ii.l ,-!:\->s mail matter. s"uWri7.H«»n Prlro, - si.'.O for Yrar Fi3 Official Paper ol San Jam County, sat 11 I ay. -ir I.v -■. I«H Itl-I'UIU.KAN NATIONAL TICKET iVr I*i't'si«l«nl l i l(M , i( , lv Uoosoyeit . Of New York I „;• Vi(('-i'iv>iii!( ill Ciius. W. l<'airbiinks . Of Indiana REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET lor (Jc>Vi'riii»r AUhtl EJ m„l . ( i 'r NVhatcom Ft»r 1 liMiicnaiiil (."vrrnor Charles X Coon . . Of Jefferson J For Coii-ivss \Vill-i5. Hi;ni|.hivy . . . Of King Vvf-i.-v L. Jones . . Of ukima Praiicis . I ishmaii . Of Pierce : lor S) ( rclal'V Of St:il<> Sainurl 11. Ni.-lioln . Of Snoboinish I'di- Mai* 1 Troitsurcr Ci. ;il .j.oG, Mills . . OfThui*ston i'nr "lair Auditor ('. \V. Cluusen . . . Of Kitsap For Ailoriiey-Oiioral John I). Atkinson . . Of < Ihelan For Land Commissioner I]. W. Ross . , , O...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1904

a. j£~ X ** ■ A *"~3l *t •* * -V *■ *. ,*. j. „ , o • O3VB •> 1 i--C .3 c £,^ 5p ■ W mm work! I' ' I >.' May cost too much or be too cheap to • % carry quality. We make a moderate M £ charge for strictly first-class service; our %, i> operations are as nearly painless as a per * °? feet equipment and modern methods can & £• make them, and we guarantee the work $. i absolutely. ? I I HIGH • .- $ 7.00 I | GRADE (f»g£s $ 50 ; I PLATES $10.00 p ~"" »■ 5] Painless extracting $ .50 <g> J Gold fllllngs $ioo up I * Bridge work ; £3.00 up I <ti •* >■ 22 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 16.00 | I • ;.: I ft- lit NATION FREE OF CHARGE £ I l I WHATCOM DENTAL I I PARLOUS § I CLOVER BLOCK I $ lIATCOM, WASHINGTON | r *&- GO TO W'UATCOM FOR DENTAL WORK MODERN DENIAL PARLORS Graduate Uentist«,-.with all the Latest !\ppl anc es for First-class Dentistry, Without l'aiu, and Fully Guaranteed -, '— riates - $5 and Up Gold Crowns ■ $5 and $6 Bridge Work - 5 and Up Fillings - 50 Ctsm an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION BY EMILY THORNTON ( -fj Author of " Roy Rosski.i.'s Roi.k." jifPF i4(li jtnrov," "Thk Fashionabi.k Mothri," Etc. CriAPTKR VII. We win now return to l'»ok a little into fl.e welfare of Mr*. Ne»ergail and her ►„rr.>wful niece, af«»r they had reached tic home of their relative. Mr. Charles Rogers. In Charles street. Liverpool, and bidden Mip handsome young physician farewell, who had pared for them both m tenderly during their pa««ige acrosa Mi* A t I.'in lu- . , ll need only tw said, in reference to thai farewell, that the team rushed to ill.- Basel •>>•••« of Bthel ■■ she »aw him disappear in the distance, and a great and lonely void <.- t 'in-><l suddenly to have dropped into her heart. Slit- kiiHW not why she had lak»»!i such a deep 'nteresl in this sravi' aud often preoccupied itranger, but from the first word of kiii(Jn<>««« he had spoken to her. the tirst glance into hm earnest eyet, »he hud felt towards him as she had never Aone toward...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1904

Scrofula Makes its presence known by many signs,—glandular tumors, bunches in the neck, cutaneous eruptions, in flamed eyelids, sore ears, catarrh and wasting diseases. Hood's Sarsaparilla Effects permanent cures. HAVE YOU TRIED IT MOORE'S REVEALED REfIEDY For your stomach and liver. Three doses will make you feel bet ter. Never Failed. FOR SALE BY YOUR DRUGGIST Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. W3RW^ ..wniteo nnu aho romica. ijp^B WORLD-WIDE BOOKLET for INVENTORS BARGAINS in Farm.Tim. D/lrV.Vjr/\iiNi3 ber and Graz ing lands in Eastern and Western Wash ington. Full information and map of Washington furnished free. R. P. MATNARD, 615 Bailey Railding, • SEATTLE. W* treat and cur* Dll F?& i to stay cur^l "■ HDP, j Fistula, Catarrh. Stricture, Fissure, Ab jcfss, Prolapse and all rectal diseases. Only Specialist In the northwest wh« has received personal Instructions in IxiUj Km ope and America. Most modern painless methods. Dr. J. J. Chambers. - Epler Block. Seattle. Wn. THE SEATTLE AUC...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 July 1904

• ■ j < Orcao Island |i rx)E i:.\y ami ol^A' Seh'ml closed m Hie i.ng>\ cu^Tric* )i<\ FriJav fora three weeks' vaca- VlfredCoiMt was visiting ai Doe I Jay last wwk, witii his new <;u.so]iue of her family are campirtf at C%a f >!• the summer. Mr. IViscr went away lasi S»tur : v-: 1 > work in Mr. Harper's brick- Miss A. 11. '■..■■' wenl to Seattle | ;i-i Saturday, via Bellinghain, to vUil friends Uu- a while. Some of the ladios of Doc Bay have : oruaniztHl a Sunday : c.l 00l to be held i ,ii Hie Doe i!;iy pavilion every Sun d'av ai 1U a. m. i Tony \'i:u rlit bought ; r.u shipped on j the Itueki've last Saturday three I head ii!" steers and twenty head of i lambs from around Doc Bay. •Mr." Hanson lias guve, to Rclling ham to work for a while, tic lias Mr. J aud Mrs. Matheson looki after his plnco and attending to the stake-, lij-lit". .'j'i'efe was an ice cream social for | tlie benefit of" the Cascade school house fund last Saturday eyomng, ; but ovvin« In the bad we...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 July 1904

Cbe San luan Islander* VOL. XIV. HARDWARE J !| '.-' • ■*—■■—-—■— —- <; ]: SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, j| 11 MATTOCKS, AXES, FORKS, ]! j! NAILS, ROPE, , LOCKS, ETC. i || ' * | \ i A New Lot Just Received at < ' |i CHURCHILL'S I <! . ..-■■ ■ •". . V;-'; ; <[ ■■»w\ ll *» »»mm*» wm ■niwuwmm,^ Now Is the Time of Year When the Washing of Clothes is a Burden On account of the heat. The hard water of the island is an , added drawback, but both can be overcome to a great extent ! by using Pyramid Powder, a soap powder of 7 extra merit, at l!sc. For a laundry soap try Diamond C or Emerald. In 20 or 100-bur lots we can give you a low price; afd if you want a real good washboard buy one of our glass boards at 45c. DRIGGS & NASH + ♦+♦+»♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » M ♦ M ♦ ♦ »++4* ♦♦♦»+♦♦♦♦+♦♦'♦ ♦ ♦ 11111 ♦♦♦♦♦♦ I Separators and [ I Farm Implements] •f «. ..' * 4- I have the exclusive agency for San Juan County <> '"! for the I). M. SHARrLESS TUBULAR CREAM SEPAR- '-; + ATORS«-the Best in the Ma...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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