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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 August 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION BY EMILY THORNTON .£sfm Author of " Roy Russki.i.'s Rvi.r.," "(,i trNROV," "Thk Kashionabi.k Mothkr," Kic. CHAPTER XU.-—(Contiriued.) - Thrusting the pistol quickly in hi.« pocket, th« young nan sprang towaivH h- ? r mo suddenly that she could not de fend herwolf. mm.) clH«l>i»g her slight form tightly in hi-< strong arm*, he lifted her at one* to the waiting couvfyance., placed ber in it. then leaping to her side, seized Hi.- rein*, and drove rapidly off, while the l*n>r girl was in almost a fainting condi tion, from di»pl«a«arß and fright. After a few momenta of inteuse «till ii.'**. i.n.ken only by the clatter of the. bone'« hoofs, 84 he bouivded on, Robert turned t«» her with laughing triumph in hi* eyes aiwl exoltingly c.\clalm<'d: •Vimi we. my charming young friend. 11,11 when I say 1 will i)» a riling, 1 Intend to do it. Now I decided this af ternoon to ha»« you for a companion on m little drivp. and you see I have car ried the day. nnd herv you...

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. — 13 August 1904

Economy Is 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 he said 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR Experimental Marriage.—The east with which a divorce may be procured < leads to ill-advised and hasty , mar riages. With many marriage is an ex- ; periment, for they know that If they { are not satisfied they can be , freed, If not in one State, then in another. ! B«v. Alexander Lewis, Congregational- ! l»t, Worcester. Mass. Christian Science. —Christian Science! teaches you that there is no pain or disease unless you think so; that a | man is not guilty of wrong unless ha confesses it. It is the most dangerous Imposture that has come into this age. I It makes a person believe that what li true is not —Rev. A. C. Dixon, Baptist. Boston, Mass. Political Convictions. — ln politics,! xnea may be honest In bolleving that j If their candidate is defeated ruin will j overwhelm the land. Yet deep in their he...

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. — 13 August 1904

. i Orcas Island I; c I DOK BAY AM) OLOA Mrs. I! C. Willis is Voting friends in Friday Harbor this week. ; ! The steamer Tlerinosa took ft small I boom of fir to West Sound Saturday from O. A Palmer can 1]). Mr. and Mrs. Anio Pairhurst re 'turned to Belllnffham Tuesday, after a pleasant week's outing at o!<jra. R. K. Willis is on the island for 6 short visit this week; as the steamer] Roanoke Is laid up for ten days for repairs. Barney Viereek is going to take care of the stake-light near Point Lawrence, Mr. Uansen baying moved to Bellingham. Sam Moore has f)nishe''l logging around Olgaj having run out of tim ber, but he expects get some more soon and get to work again. 15. F. White returned from Bell ingham Monday. Mrs. White has been very seriously ill will pleurisy but is improving slowly now. Some people say there is no money in cherries here.; Henry Lesbandl has cleared a little over WO net (roni one 11 ■•'• in his orchard this year. Miss Brrthraume, Mis^ Aiinip Schmldlc, Mr...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1904

Cbe San luan Islander VOL. XIV, :| _ -JENSEN'S-—t-— r - jSensatipnal Sale I of Clothing ■f -—- - ■ —-— "—- =" — _fgz* ■♦—' ' ' ♦ — ~'' «RFS $ 7,50 Suits at sale price 5 00 - ' /flw^ifcs S'°°SUkß a ' sale pHce 6°° ?; ||%|™if|^^ 10-00 Suits at sale price • • r7 50 *"* PMfeTll'iliiiliJrl^^^ 11-0° Suits at sale Price 8 50 "* wM^lli If 1 ll' 11.50 Suits at sale price „ Bso I ; * SwH jsj 12.50 Spits at sale price 850 ?• 1 )jj|. ' 15.00 Suits at sale price 10 00 '» Ml§f 16.00 Suits at sale price »r •11 JjO J; lljj li| 17.00 Suits at sale price 12 50 - •I iJjfjK About 100 Suits in all *,', „„ and every one must go. COPYRIGHT 1903. * p :; Several dozen odd SHIRT WAISTS, all sizes to start sale :: with, go at exactly HALF PRICE. Waists on V. table in center of store. t BIG CUTS in muslin Underwear to close out short lines. X A discount of f5 per cent will be allowed on all •J other goods, groceries and hardware excepted, for the next i two weeks. SPECIAL BARGAINS will be offered every X day i...

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. — 20 August 1904

The San Juan Islander O ■ rntii. »4i»*r. FRIDAY HARK* WAML t Minor Happenings f | of the Week. J Cloak makers to the number of 2,000 are oil strike at Cleveland. 'Hie Hntish parliament was pro rogued Monday, havng been iv MMIOO since February. The Standard Oil Company of New Jersey bai declared ■ quarterly divi (i. iid of $•"> » than. Preeideni Roosevelt Friday received the Porto Rioan teaohen now la this OOOntry at the White House. The International Typographical union indorsed the eight-hour day, to become effective in January. i'.tot>. In the- Connecticut supremo court \v. J. Bryan loHt the will contest for the ♦50,000 bequeathed him by the late Philo S. Bennett. Saturday afternoon the car shops at New Westminster, B. C, were totally destroyed by fire. The origin of the fire is unknown. Loss ♦400,000. In a report to the state department the American consul at Halifax cite* numerouH instances of growing preju dice agninst AmericanH in Canada. Over ♦2,500 has l>f«eu raised...

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. — 20 August 1904

DECLINES TERMS GENERAL STOESSEL REFUSES TO SURRENDER. »ws Comes From Tokyo and Re port Is Fully Credited at St. Petersburg-Refugees Still Bring News of Serious Conditions at Port Arthur. Tokyo, Aug. 18.—It is reported that the Port Arthur garrison has refused to surrender and is disinclined to send out noncombatants. London, Aug. 18—According to the i .•orrespondent of the Daily Telegraph ' at Cnefoo, refugees arriving there I bring news of a serious condition of j attairs at Port Arthur They say that i Japanese shells have ignited lighters in i the docks which contained supplies of I coal, resulting in a terrifflc conflagra-1 tiou. Many of the buildings have been | <lenjolished and the hospitals are crowded. The Tokyo correspondent of the Tiuien says that the capture of Wolf i Hills, near Port Arthur, entailed the j most arduous operations. The assanlt: began on July 26 and the Japanese' carried the position on July 27, were \ driven out by the Russian reserves, i which had been...

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. — 20 August 1904

Sa:i jfuah Islander i IK w.tM);:n Co-'. i*ui»i|«iier«. .> il. OIM.VI.K. Kditor and Manage* „..,,., it ,i, O postom.-c in Friday H:irlti»r:issm'«>n«l ihvsmail matter. ... ■ — sT, lb i-t I"--..-- . »'"» lei Y.-ar . . ——— — — — «——— . . —- lie Official Paper ol San Juan Cocnty. >.\n i:i'.\ v. ai t;i ST SJH, l c>"l KCPIHILICAN ? ITIONAL TICKEf For I'r «Mi:l ThcjJorc Rooseycli ■ . Of New York For "v i< i' i'r • • •<•■ •'• in-. VV. Kail bunks . Of Indiana KEI'UBMCAN SI'ATB ii(Ki:r For Governor Albert K. Moa'tl . Oi \\ hatcom For i i<-n>'i :ii fioTprnor cii.i!-:, -E. Coon . . Of Jefferson For Conjn'PKs Will E. Humphrey . . • Of King \V«>!.'V L. Jones . . Of Yakima Fraiu-is VV. Cushn i . Of Pierce For •»<ti>');!.'.* of Slate Sainiii'l 11. N'i.ii"! - . ( ■> Snohomi«h For >'i'l • Trcasaivr Geor^u G .Mill- .Of Thurston For SJnlo Autlttoi* C. \V. Clausen . . . 01 Kitsap ; In: '. i loni J '(i ::"i".il Joan 1). A'tki:is(>n , . Of Chclan For Land Co:ttnns&...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1904

Idehtal_iork§ ; —'— *■ i ■■ 1 ,lay cost too much or be too cheap to $ £•" carr y quality. We make a moderate % V\ tiia-.ut- for strictly first-class service; our B !« operations are as nearly painless as a per j». ;*j f^ct equipment and modern methods can 15 *i make them, and we guarantee the work g|j 1 ..L^olutcly. . ' I HIGH % 00 I 1 PLATES oiflßSi $10.00 I FLAXES $10.00 * l'uinlesd extracting $ .50 fa | Gold lillings $1.00 up | ff Bridge work $5.00 up g * -12 p i . gold crowus,;ss.oo $6.00 i . • y m I EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE * I" * ! ri ■ '"• : I WIIATCOM DENTAL 1 I PARLORS I f & 1h (LOVER BLOCK L' I CLLINGHAM, - WASH. | . - GO TO WIIATCOM FOR ' DENTAL, work MODERN DENTAL PARLORS OruJuate IK-ntists, with all the Latest Appl Miittrs for First-class Dentistry, Without lain, aiM Fully Guaranteed Plates - $5 and Up Gold Crowns - $5 Slid $6 IJriilge Work - 5 said Up rulings- 50 is. and Up raiL'.css KxtracUng, GO Cts. Froc When Other Work is Ordered ALL \tOKli GUARANTEED Modern ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1904

A Doctor's Mission BY EMILY THORNTON gp Author of " Roy Russki.c.'s Rolk," tvW "Gif.nroy," "The Kashionabi.k Mothkk," Etc. CHAPTER XIV. —(Continued.i \, Bleep visivd ii.M- weary eyes until long after midnight, *he whs so unhap py anil m unnerved i.y nil the event* of it,,. lust twenty-four hours, ami again ml a«ain *!><• prayed Mini all might «<> well. hu.i nutins terrible reaull from the los* of that dreadful knife. [Using with the alarm of the usual bell Hint rang to mriiken the. hotwphold, the ptior girl a>::iiii eontmen I to review ■the piwblMn thai had pr«««ited itself to i... worked out Hit" night before Once sin* n^k^il the question: Should she worry Sir Reginald by roll inn li ici» th<- awitleiii thai bad befallen her, or shoulil »he not. Before deciding positively, »he resolv ed i,, pay the corridor ■ morning visit. and by listening, study out, if all was going on as usual. 'Pin- resolve she instantly carried Into effect, Turning once more from her room, d...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1904

Eruptions j The only way to get rid ! of pimples and other erup tions is to cleanse the Mood, Improve the digestion, stim ulate the kidneys, liver and lion. The medicine to take is Hood's Sarsapar ilia Which has cured thousands. HAVE YOU TRIED IT i MOORE'S" REVEALED REHEDY For your stomach and liver. Three doses will make you feel bet ter. Never Failed. FOR SALE BY YOUR DRUGGIST Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. m~m SASH AND DOOR j fell BARGAINS. j ' \ 1,115 Doors. VB"x 6' j ' -■■■ . jfi .-j 8", *%' I cross pan- . p&sSS^S els, vertical grain, ■ [^ i iifMß strictly first grade ~~J and No. 1 in every - — respect. These I E^vSiJiFS] doors are full 1> a r**niaSat thick, sanded by | ' w~~' machinery in our i ; ■„,.. „ m 48-inch invincible j pffjß^fpuH )\ sander, same are so I |Tf^ffi" 111 smooth you can see! 1 —^ il your face in the \ I —*■** '.\H panels; the best ,' ( |—'5-sie§3|. 1 door made; sell ev il ~~Mliy l'<!' door, my price 13. ---^SnffTiU to close out this lot, $1.40 per ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 August 1904

j! Orcas Island ;! DOE BAY AND OLGA Si Davis lias gone to Seattle to look for a steamboat job. Mary L. Aik«u returned from Bel* liogham Wednesday morning. Thos. Robertson is working at the ramp at Cascade lake putting in ppes. Mrs. Andrew Newhall and daugh tors spent a day this week visting Mrs. C. S. Willis. " Mrs S. .1. Craft is entertaining friends at her summer cottage near Point Lawrence. Barney Vierook grve a dance in the Olga hall Friday night. All who attended report a good time. Mrs Chandler and two friends from Bellingham spent a few days last week with Mrs. C. S. Rice. ' L. L. Be rens and a party of friends from Bellingham were camped near ruction pass last week Mr. Ben made a short visit with his uncle. L. 1). Savage. F. Shapland, right-of-way foreman i for the International Telephone Co mpany, with a corps of surveyors, be gan work near Point Lawrence Wednesday morning. .1 1). Dexter, of Bellingham, who recently came to this coast from .Mum sota, was a visitor her- the ...

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. — 27 August 1904

Cbe San "jfyan Islander VOL. XIV. — JEIsrSE3Sr'S I Sensational Sale I of Clothing jj , ■ ;V» "■* f '" ** i ■ • '■*. • * * * • • %*~f $ 7.50 Suits at sale price 5 OO '; . l? <(jQL&w >^ 8.00 Suits at eale price » 600 ""■ /flil {¥- t'^T^^ 1000 Suits at sale price "' 750 ♦ :Hi I Hili Jw 11<0° Suits at sale rice '850 :: ■v ¥ h ll 1 1\ * I>s° Suits at sale price ••' 850 ;; Vil lliiOf I 12.50 Suits at salo price. ....... 850 ' illS i! ' 13.00 Suito at sale price 10 OO - * will 'I 1(5#0 Suit at sale price •••••••• 11 50 :: » lli'l 17.00 Suits at sale price .. 12 50;; * jjjNStat About 100 Suits In all Z I • and every one must go, «» ► copyright isoj. «> J Several dozen odd SHIRT WAISTS, all sizes to start sale y [ with, go at exactly HALF' TRICE. Waists on ;; - table in center of store. : BIG CUTS in muslin Underwear to close out short lines. <■ ' A discount of 15 par cent will be allowed on all •,.-; I other goods, groceries and hardware excepted ; for the next :! E tw...

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. — 27 August 1904

The San Juan Islander o ■ rxn.rwm. Mit«r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. fa j.... L . . ■ X ■ -JM |! Minor Happenings ¥ of the Week. { I 1 *■ A Carnegie library has been opened ! at Dawson. Elihu Root declines to be the Repub lican nominee for governor of New ; York. This government has again presented j the matter of Jewish passports to the ; attention of Russia. W. H. Shuttlebeam, Democratic can- j didate for state auditor of Idaho, has withdrawn from the ticket. j A syndicate has been formed to erect j « plant at Vancouver, B. C, for the i extraction of fir by-product*. The Saratoga cup of $10,000 for three-year olds and upwards, one mile mid six furlongs, was won by Beldame, i Chicago packers have asked an in- ' junction against the city of Chicago to restrain it from interfering in the \ housing of their strike-breakers. An alarming scarcity of hay in ■one districts of Montana is reported, i and unless the situation is relieved wholesale losses of cattle and sheep are ! feared. While exca...

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. — 27 August 1904

GREET MINNESOTA Blti LINER ROYALLY WELCOMED AT NEW YORK. <;reat Throngs I,ine Piers, and Ves sels and Forts Salute the Great Steamer as She Arrives at the Metropolis From the Builders' Hands. New York, Aug. 23.—Heroic in nize, majestic in lines, the queen of all American built ships, the Minnesota had a welcome to New York yesterday such as as never accorded a new ship, j From the time she passed quarantine her sail up the bay, past the statue of liberty and the battery into the North river to pier 38, was triumphal. Hun dredn of steam craft blared out the three-whistle salute, and everything that carried a flag dipped its colors, j Kven the Sandy Hook proving grounds ! of the government and the great pieces ' in Fort Wadsworth, the protecting i fortress of New York, sainted in tones so loud that the air convolutions were felt in New Jersey. The Minnesota left New London, < onnecticut, shipyards shortly before 4 o' clock Saturday afternoon and pro ceeded eastward to sea. Durin...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 August 1904

San jfuari Islander TIIK ISI.AMM (>.. PublUlieri*. v. li. CULVER, Kditot and Manager -„, ..•,.,, at Hi,, poatofflca in Friday !i,,i, , r M -mi,i cluss mail matter. Suhacrlptlea I'rlcVi - iI.M Tor V.-ar TJe Official Paper ot San Joan County. I'IHI'AV. AUtiUST 27, l«M Friendly Words From tho 1.-I. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer makes friendly- editorial.Juention of the International Telephone project, saying: ''The Vaneoin*cr-Be ling'ham tele phone-cable connection will bring one of the most important ami in some respects least known communities of Pugclsound into direct communica tion with the rest of the world. We refer to the islands of the San Juan group, the seal of an important and growing population and of several industries of more or less magnitude. 'The cable will be sixty miles in length and will cost about 1100,000. It will touch Vancouver, San Juan, Oreas. Shaw and Lummi islands, reaching the maiula id on Bellingham bay. The islands mentioned are the larger and m »re i...

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. — 27 August 1904

j DENTAL_WORK 1 >. May cost too much or be too cheap to jjj; H carry quality. We make a moderate £ V charge for strictly first-class service; our £>' U> operations are as nearly painless as a per j( .3 feet equipment and modern methods can !? § make them, and we guarantee the work $ '«' . baoltttely. * | HIGH _^ L _ $ 7.00 g :: GRADE dßl^ $8.50 | t PLATES 'WW $10.00 g X _ n _| ? i £ Painless extracting..........! .50 U I (Jold fillings , .SI.OO up % 5| • H X Bridge work .i 15.00 up jt $, 22 pt. gold crdwns/ 4 55.00 $6.00 i | —sJ .; I £ EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE j| I WHATCOM DENTAL I | PARLORS I ;*', CLOVER BLOCK 1, X I BELLIHGHAIC, - WASH, I Go to Whatcom for DENTAL, WORK MODERN DENTAL PARLORS i. Graduate Dentists, with all the Latest Appl »n«-es for First-class Dentistry, Without Pain, aud I'nlly Guaranteed Plates - $5 and Up Gold Crowns - $5 and $6 Bridge Work - 5 and Up Fillings - 50 Cts* and Up rainless trading, BO Cfa. Free When Other Work is Ordered ALL WORK GUARANTE...

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. — 27 August 1904

A doctor's Mission Author of " Roy Russkm.'s Rulk," "GI.RNROY," "THK r'ASIIION Alll !■ MOTHKK," X TC. CHATTER XVl.—(Continued.) "But Sir Reginald compelled me to ilo it. I begged *"<! eiK rented him to excuse in.'; I told him" it was sinful, but he ttVw into a passion, and bud*l me disobey him | on the. peril of hi« •• variantin>: displeas- i ure. Sir, I waa homelesx, and he was tick! What whs I la do?" "Forgive m.-' Vow poor little girl, I ; was fast and cruel in m.v judgment Yon ; were, indeed. <>l>li£»><l to «i"cnte thp vile i plaus of the Baronet. There." added lit*. t toaderly. a* he drew her lihiklh from her ; face, and with his handkerchief wiped j kah.v herteara; "weep do more: you were, not to blame. Child. «ive roe your li in.l in tokon of fonrirenea*." •Then you do not decpisa me?" "Despise you? No! no! I only." be ■topped; he was about to say "love you." but remembering his vow. he added soft ly. "p»ty you." "Yes. you may pity me! Oh, auntie, auntie!...

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. — 27 August 1904

No Appetite Means loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and is often a pre cursor of prostrating sick ness. This is why it is serious. The best- thing you can do is to take the great alterative and tonic Hood's Sarsapar ilia Which has cured thousands Sgjg| SASH m DOOR ISHf BAR6AINS. r j 1,115 Doors, 2' 8" x 6' 7 i*li*-gfl *"' 11/21 •' I!ro*s pan t=»sSi?Vs9| els, vertical grain, rTTBTfffHj strictly first grade ] and No. 1 in every ■ ■ -j respect. These pSteSfiJTwl doors are full 1 »fe p^g^^g^H thick. sanded by _ I machinery in our -——j—^jaJ 48-inch invincible Wp^lSs| , sander, same are so iTfjfMFißlj •] smooth you can see t ' "^^Sl'i your face in the - —*B*Pf?l panels; the best l i.iW^^^SS^t door made: sell ev il f^~~i«gSglH]|n erywhere at $2.25 JUT^^^^^SBlu I'er door, my Price fIW ~"i' rlllilli to close out this lot, $1.40 per door. ] still have about 3,000 1% 5 cross panel doors, various sizes, at $1.30 per door, ordinary stock. Window frames with blind stop and pul leys In place. $1.26...

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. — 27 August 1904

Orcae Island I'AST SOIND Mr. and Mrs. John King arc the proud parents of a son, born on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.ChaHes Stowers have retui iic<] from on extended vish with Bellingham friends. K. c. l-;Ci.s. of Seattle, Is enjoying a vacation a 1 Easl Sound, visiting with his many triends here. Rev. W. A. Ma kay, of Bellingham. ;. >l>.-u(ruiL r ;> fowdaya with hisdaui*h; tep. Mr-. C. B Buxton. A large party of Bellinghara ladies made a i rip to East Sound on Wednes day on the yacht "Lueoro." Miss Lou Whitney, of Mount Ver non, is visiting Miss Louise Hastings and other East Sound friends, Mrs. <;,■> 1.. Gage and daughter Marguerite, of Bellingham, are guests at the East Sound house. Mr. and Mi's. Simpson, of Friday Harbor, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Jack Geoghcgun. The Buckeye made an extra trip Easi Sound on .Sunday to take on the passengers that could hot be ao. commodated on Saturday, While driving Saturday, the 13th Mrs. Woods and Mrs Templin were thrown...

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. — 3 September 1904

Cbe San Jwcti Islander VOL. XIV. — JENSEN'S— ' - Sensational Sale ; of Clothing $ 7.50 Suits at sale price ....... 5 00 '. 8.00 Suits at sale price 6 00 : jMt^^ 100 0 Suits afc sale price •••■•••; 750 • [A, II ''''H'|^# 11.00 Suite at sale price *8 50 •MM ujlijij fl . 11.50 Suits at sale price : 850 * ijifflfilj 12.50 Suits at sale price .... 850 : I 1 nilji! 1500 Suits at sale price 10 00 : Yiiiuilil lG.do Suits at sale price 1150: I VmW II 17.00 Suits at Bale price 12 50; N SI About 100 Suits in all copv«,cht 0 > and threw one lltust go- : COPVWICMT l»0J. p Several dozen odd SHIRT WAISTS, all sizes to start sale • with, go at exactly HALF PRICE. Waists on : tabl© in center of store. ' BIG CUTS in muslin Underwear to close out short lines. A discorfhfi of 15 per Cent Will be allowed on all ; other goods, groceries and hardware exe'epted, for the next two weeks. SPECIAL BARGAINS will be offered every • day hi connection, with the general sale and much larger discounts given., No ...

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