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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 31 October 1895

VOL. T>. NO. lv. STEAD ON MONROEISM Adopted as a National Faith by American People. SITUATION CONSIDERED SERIOUS I >. < m Navy to He Proud Of, and One in Be I wed, Sooner or Later, Against Somebody. London, Oct. 26.— W. T. Stead has a long article this afternoon in the Westminster Gazette on "Monroeism," in which he says: Englishmen will do well to belittle the significance of the abolition of i American sentiment on the question of the Venezuelan frontier. It must be taken with the usual discount, and is no doubt due to the system by which foreign affairs are discussed by bawling journalists rather than by suave diplo mats, but it is serious, nevertheless. Its gravity consists in two facts, neither „t which lias anything to do with the itii rits of the question in dispute. "In the first place, for the first time sinca the civil war, America has built ,i navy of which she has some reason tn be proud, and which sooner or later she will use against somebody. In the second pla...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 31 October 1895

Thklslandrr! CULVEK BKOS.V Publisher*. Entered at the postoffioo in Friday Harbor as second dans mail matter. SUWSCKIPTION TRICE, ? 1.50 per your Siri.-tly in advance. ; •> ■ - "~ ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ?1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch t .er week, sin gle nclumn measurement. Heading business locals, and notices, su has Wanted; For Sale, etc., 10 cents ; per line for firs! insertion and 5 cents pel fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates.! All communications to Tin-: Islander j must he signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. ! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1595. Commenting on the gradual change ; in the position of the farmers of the country on the silver question, which, by the way, is perhaps no more marked than it is among mechanics, merchants and others, who have given the subject j sufficient thought to enable them of form an intel...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 31 October 1895

1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. M STATE OFFICERS. 1 r John H. McGraw m '■ ' lt\, , M i Governor Frank H. Luce i !' c ''t'vv of State James 11. Pri<>e m - lH' r rreasurer, Ozro A. Bowen 1 **'■* ,v General W C Jones 1 -kX . Pnhlic Instruction Cluis. W. Titan I W T Forrest 1 jjinK-o"" 1 ( W. H. Doolittle I rongr«»sroen 1 S. C. Hyde 5 I John L Wilson at gen»lor!< 1 Watson C. Squire 1 SUPREME COURT. M , 111Q r,,.f T J Anders ■ Chi* Jll9' ( R O Dnnbar £» „ J J PHovt JI Awwci'* I*'1*' Justices' ] C P Stiles 1 I Elmon Scott M COUNTY OFFICERS. CM mr incize J It Winn I Boperior^ EUjah H Nagh 1 Co"n ftor Fred C. Harper ■ I ™;««innors. \ I.H.Nichols I Cornmiss.onors, j. W illiam Graham I nor W.H. Thacker I Attorney Newton Jones 1 Sherin--" E W Harrison I Asses>_ 01. •••••••• Ap. Vaughn 1 of Schools Rev.Til-. Dyer m f. ':,; r Dr. Goo. S. Wright I cSSSioncr V S Court II D Allison I san Juan County Bank % — :of:— I FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. 1 RESPONSIBILITY, 850,000 I I CLARK, President; J. A. ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 31 October 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report RfcAfcJ Baking csfS! Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE CHINESE SUGARS Large Quantities Surreptiti ously Sold on the Coast. IT IS BILLED AS "MERCHANDISE' I',ill Yew IVople Are Aware of the I>an- K er That Is Threatened From Thin I in-lean Article. Tacoma, Oct. 21.—The curiosity of the unwary reader is not aroused when he sees among other items of cargo re ported by the agents of the Asiatic steamers "8,(iOO pkg's merchandise." There is tea, silk, spices and 8,600 pkg's "merchandise." Aren't tea and silk "merchandise?" Yes; and there is nothing to be con oealed in their imporation, but with sugar it in different. Secrecy is the watchword. The public must not know that Chinese sugar is being damped upon them. Why? Because the public don't want it. The Bteamer iStrathnevis, which ar rived at Tacoma on October 8, brought in her cargo 8,600 pkg's 'merchan dise" or 860,000 pounds of Chinese sugar, and importations of this same secret...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 7 November 1895

VOL.S. NO. 3a 0B FROM MOOSH Alarming Reports Received at Constantinople. )T jlEti OUTBREAK PROBABLE \ „■. ri*■:<ii Missionaries Warned to \\ itli.lriiM. mm the Kurds Will Again llr*'nk Loose. Constantinople, Nov. 2. —Advices M., -h pay the leading Armenians „i,.n conferring with the repre ',,,v tinv of the Turks regarding „.,,, piwnit an outbreak thereof . :- similar to those in differ | Armenia, which resulted , bloodshed. It is added that - ii ,-.f .stipulated that Ameri ., , i..«i.,ii;iiics distributing relief to ring people of Sassouu shall in three days, otherwise the mkish n labilities fear there will be ; --,i p such as has just occurred at hi view of the critical situa ;; n, LJuited States Minister Terrell has advised American missionaries to with'lniw temporarily from Sassouu. Be has also notified the Turkish gov ernment that the United States gov .nmi'iit will hold it responsible for •\ v - lives of American missionaries. rbe British charge d'affaires, M. Her lifir. mad...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 7 November 1895

CULVER BROS., Publishers. Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harl>or as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ad«, 81.00 per inch per month. 2o cents per inch, er week, sin ple column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 5 cents per fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan Connty. THURSDAY/ NOVEMBER 7th, 1595. THE COUMY DEBT. The county is to be congratulated upon the success which has attended the efforts of the commissioners to fund the floating debt. Bonds to the amount of one and one-half per cent of the present equalized assessed valuation of the county will be shortly issued, and warrants for the same amoun...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 7 November 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. » '•"'' John H. McGraw G°ver ?,'.;it"Governor Frank H. Lnce ! lie"-! vof State James H. Price $*■"'' iiisiirer Ozro A. Bowen State General WO Jones K&* ' |i C Instruction Unas. W. Bian eoP»\C,inis3iouer \V T Forrest u ,i CO!- -I" ( W. H. Doolittle roD^rcs3ir.en ] S. C. Hyde ' ° * ( John L Wilson g en sior* 1 Watson C. Squire SUFREME COURT. , Tnstice T J Anders Chi*' Jas" c It O Dunbar J Hoyt A ««ciat« Justices, C P stiles , * Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. .._ Tmiee J It Winn HP* riprk Klijah H. Nash Ownty'CierK... Fred c- Harper Joint Senj-gr- J- L. Murray Representative.^ • A H> Slit / r Aaditor-; U. M. Tucker ft**?* •/■; r.L. Carter • cTl « rs < J.H.Nichols Commtf Slonerß ' 1 William Graham W. 11. Thacker Atwr" e^ Newton Jones She:" •- E w Harrison *»■*:'l : ..'.'.'. A. P. Vaughn Bur! e ":SS'. «cv. T. I, Dyer 8aP t0/ r ! ( Dr. Gco. S. Wright ggScner "US Court H D Allison : THE : JUAN COUNTY BANK — :of:— FRIDAY lUEBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPON...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 7 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov't Report Absolutely pure PICTURES AND EYF.f>. How to Adjust the Latter to Properly Ob- serve the Former. The observer, in order to see a picture to the Lest advantage, must adjust his vision to that uf the artist who produced it. Most of u> do this instinctively. Not only do we select the best point of view from which to observe ■ picture, but we recede from the painting uutil the lights and colon blend in just the right degree. In addition to thai many instinctively piiicli the eyes together, producing thus ■ momentary astigmatism, such as the artist had produced in his own eye, and find the picture thus apparently im proved. A most useful appliance for viewing pictures is the so called steuopaic slit. This is merely a slit one or two milli rs in width in a. card or thin plate (f brass. Simple as this device is but few persons are aware of how much it adds to the effect in viewing paintings, as it allows the rays of light in ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 14 November 1895

VOL. 5. NO.J&. UI-DAUB AGAIN WON The Canadian Still Champion of the Aquatic World. .,■ v | K\< IT KM KN T WAS INTENSE j England'! Crew, However, Won the I Ml ,i (tared Huee, Thns Taking \ll other Important X veil tit. Austin, Tex., Nov. 9. —Jake Gaud-: -till champion of the aquatic, The contest was over a 1% I m ile coarse, ;in<i the trophies were the | championship challenge cup and a j of £ 1,000. The starters were Bu- \ „;u-aiifl Haines, of England; Jake! aur and lias Rogers, of America. ' Hit iv the quarter flags were reached! ou tiic upper course, Haines quit the j and Bubear also dropped out ten '■■ agthfl below the 1 X mile flag, | leaving (Jaudaur and Rogers to fin- j ish the race. Gaudaur, with five boat ugths aluad, came down the course I uinl. ran easy thirty-one stroke and win the race in 20:59. The Englishmen dropped off in the first race, saving themselves for the great four-oared race which followed ie single scull. This race was over the 1 l a -mile course,...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 14 November 1895

Xhelslander CULVER BKOS., Publisher*. Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, f1.60 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, auch as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 5 cents per fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, hut as a guarantee of eood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan Connty. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1895. THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS. To Republicans the November elec tions have brought abundant cause for gratification. Not a single northern state is Democratic. New Jersey and Maryland which have been Democratic for years, are added to the great Repub lican column, and even Kentucky, south of the Ohio rive...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 14 November 1895

- OFFICIAL DIRECTOBI. ■TATS OFFICERS. „. ......... John H. McOraw i»f* ant Governor Frank H. Lnce • o •uU""*™:^ Stete ..James H. Price I*^TJiarer Ozro A. Bowen fl^Toenial W C Jones *^ r p,"hlic Instruction Chas. W. Bean -»»-men 1 S. C. Hyde x>ng J John L Wilson Bin *tor» 1 Watson C. Squire SUFREMK COURT. . M _. T J Anders A* llce i R O Dunbar J P Hoyt . Justices, c P Stiles i3^~ ( Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. i*rJnde« • J H Winn Saperior Juog* ■■"••• Wijah H. Nash County e nator"'. Fred C. Harper joint Senator.... J. L. Murray pepreaentative........... a h Auditor- CM.Tucker Treasurer j ( , L Carter , a inn«ra < J.H.Nichols c >rnmU»ioners, < -;;;;; WiUiam Graham W. H. Thacker Attorney • Newton Jones fcerW.... . ..E W Harrison As««or; ;.".".' A. P. Vaughn S nrffa3S3£l£ Rev. T. I-. Dyer up t of 5ch0015..... Dr Geo g Wri M giwionerU' Court H D Allison -: THE: SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK -.of:— FBIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. BESPONSIBIUTY. •50 ,000 I CLARK, President; J. A. GOULD, Cash...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 14 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov*t Report Absolutely pure WOMAN'S WOIiLD. THE AMERICAN WIFE OF THE FA MOUS ENGLISH STORY WRITER. This Year's Sunshades—The Wedding Gown. Dr. Parkhurst on "the New Woman." The Latest In Wall Paper—Nellie Bly. Counril of Jewish Women. Mrs. Kudyard Kipling is a slender little woman, with soft brown eyes, dark hair and a very sweet expression. She is not "a new woman" and does not care for any society except that of her household, and she and her husband are so congenial in tastes and ideas that they livo all the year around in a little i;irmhouse 13 miles from Brattleboro, Vt.. and never even think of being bon-d It seems curious that such a bit- MRS UUDTARD KIPLING. tor American hator as Kipling should have an American wife and a home in the heart of Yankeedom, but he seems perfectly contented with both. Mrs Kipling was Miss Carolyn Bales tier, with whose brother, the late Vvol cott BiUestier, Mr. Kipling collaborated for several year...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 21 November 1895

VOL.."). NO. 40. liHING SEA CLAIMS Senator Morgan in Reply to Lord Salisbury. mi MISAPPBKHBNSIOH OF FACTS 11,, I'arla Tribunal Made No Herinion regarding Any Controversy Lead- ing to OucstioiiH of Damages. Livingston, Ala., Nov. 16.—Senator I Morgan, in an interview to Lord Salisbury's claim that Senator M i_>.in's objection to the payment of in ing sea claim is based on a phehensioa of the facts, said: I have not seen the dispatch to tth; h attention is called, but it is im pissible that I could be mistaken in facts which stand opposed to the de - of (4reat Britain for $425,000 _< s for seizure cf fishing vessels irrested during Mr. Cleveland's first i»nation. The Behring sea tri of which I was a member, had thority to decide any controversy en the United States and Great Britain which led to questions of datn ! the liability of either govern ing ni to the other for damages for seiz in, t ships. It made no such deci -ii: and expressly declined to do so. "After a very rough ex...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 21 November 1895

The Islander CULVER BHOS., Publisher*. Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 11.50 per .rear Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, 51.00 per inch per montn. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie oclumn measurement. Readin? business locals, and notices, such fts Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 5 cents per tine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The^fflclaTPaper of SanTnai^Connt^ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21th, 1895. "THE AMERICAN SPIRIT." Probably no town of any importance on Puget Sound, with the possible ex ception of Anacortes, has suffered more from the reaction following the boom period and the general business depres sion of the past three years, than Fair haven. It lias little more than a third of the po...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 21 November 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. STATE OFFICERS. „ - a mor John H. McOraw. %nant Governor Frank H. Law PS of State James H. Prioe Ste Treasurer,.. ■ Ozro A. Bowen YVviiev General W C Jones *nt Public Instruction Chas. W. Bean * tt?4 Commissioner W T Forrest Land tomu f W. H. Dbolittlo Congressmen \ s c Hyde | John L Wilson Senators \ Watson O. Squire BUPKEME COURT. _.. f Tnstice T J Anders C hi«f J«'"ce ; R 0 Dunbar ei»t€ Justices,] ;;;;;;;;;;•;;;;;c P Stiles ( Elmon Scott COUNTT OFFICERS. . «Arlor Judge -J li Winn £ up Clerk • Elijah H. Nash Senator Fred C. Harper Auditor c M m ok usurer f^rfi^c.L^rtS Commissioners, \ ».. : .J. H. Nichols Coromissiu | William Graham 4tfo - n ey W.H. Thacker Julriff ' Newton Jones A SB essorT. E W Harrison JSSVor A. P. Vaughn SKIS Schools Rev. T. I, Dyer ffir Dr. Geo. S. Wright Commissioner U S Court H D Allison : THE : SUN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of:— FRIDAY IIARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, 850,000 L. CLARK, President; J. A. GOULD, Cashier. A General Banking Bus...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 21 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov*t Report Pn\£\l Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE THKY ALWAYS EXCEL WHY GEORGIANS ARE PROUD OF THEIR STATE. Our Atlanta Correspondent Recites Some of the Good Points of the Cracker State. •mmi* of Alabama Also Are Quite Well SatiHfled With Their Commonwealth. Georgia was long ago named the Mas sachusetts of the south, but did not take kindly to the compliment. Massachu letts was not loved in the south in those (lays. It i.: a fact, however, that Georgia has sent to the states west of her more teachers, writers, engineers and success ful business men than any other three of the far southern states and more than any two of the older states, omitting Vir ginia It may interest some people even now to hear a fact of which their lo cality is proud— that John H. Gregory and party, who made the first gold dis coveries in Colorado, went from the DaMonega district of Georgia. And it Roes without saying that Georgians con sider their public men just a l...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 28 November 1895

VOL. :>. NO. 41. IEVENUE DECREASED receipts of the Year From Different Sources. -BEATER EXPENSE TO COLLECT \nnual Keport of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue Shows Nearly r.mr Million* Decrease. Washington, Nov. 23.—The annual «irt of the commissioner of internal jevenne, as issued today, shows the re jpts from different sources during the Ijgal yrar as follows: I Spirits, $79,862,620; decrease, $5, --596,624; tobacco, $29,704,907; in crease, $1,087,009; fermented liquors, i.; 17; increase, $225,829; in come tax, $77,139; oleomargarine, »l,40!».211; decrease, $314,268; miscel laneous, $551,588; decrease, $390,554; jotal from all sources, $143,246,077; decrease, $3,922,371: The total cost of collecting the rev enue 'luring the year was $4,129,601, a percentage as compared to revenue of 2.SS per cent, against 2.70 per cent for the previous year. Daring the year 3,309 violations of the internal revenue laws were reported k revenue agents; 789 persons have been arrested; property ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 28 November 1895

The Islander CULVER BKOS.. Publisher*. Entered at the postoffice in Friday larbor as second class mall matter. gUBSCRIPTION PBICK, ti.oO per year Strictly in advance. AOVKRTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per Yionth. J&ceat* per inch, per week, sin arle rolaatn measurement. itHadin? business locals, and notices, uiek as Wanted. For Sale, etc., 10 cents ior lino for first insertion and 5 cents per me each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander iiist be signed with the name of the vriter, not necessarily for publication, -nit as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Joan County. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1895. HYMN OF THANKSGIVING. We thank thee, O Father, for all that is bright— The gleam of the day, and the stars of the night: The flowers of youth and the fruits of our prime, vnd blessings e'er marching the pathway of time. We thank thee, O Father, for all that is dear— The sob of the tempest—t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 28 November 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. Governor John H. McGraw nontenant Governor Frank H. Luce secretary of State James H. Price Mite Treasurer, Ozro A. Bowen Yttorne'v Gonoral W C Jones -> >t Public Instruction Chas. W. Bean Jll Commissioner W T Forrest J f W. H. Doolittle Congressmen j s< c Hyde J John L Wilson Benßtcrfl } Watson C. Squire SUI'IIEMK COURT. ri,l,.f Justice T J Anders <.l"lIJ' j RODunbar Associate Justices, ] ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;.c T /Itiies 1 I Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. ■»i*rior Judge .J It Winn K&tV Clerk" Elijah H. Nash O °U Senator Fred C Harper Jlepresentative J.L Murray iiiilitor A- H- Shter Surer CM. Tucker Treasu ( U. L. Carter rninmlssioners, \ J.H.Nichols CoinmiH ( William Graham Attorney W.H Thacker thpriir Newton Jones KSsor E W Harrison Rnrvevor A. P. Vaughn SiiDtof Schools Rev. T. I . Dyer Sroner!. Dr. Go°- S. Wright Commissioner U S Court. H D Allison . : THE : SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, »50,000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 28 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Powers- Latest U. S. Gov't Report RrftfeJ Baking iv££ Powder nY $£g^g^3 all WfVll^^ ABSOLUTELY PURE COLOR SCHEME FOR SMALL HOUSE. Let Old Bine Predominate In Parlor, LJ lirary and Dining Koom. How few people when furnishing a small house or flat remember that old blue is one of the happiest colors to choose for a foundation writes Frances Ann Hoadley in The Ladies' Home Journal. In a house where, at? a rule, all the rooms open into one another, es pecial care must be taken to preserve : bannony. It is better then to select one color which shall run through all the rooms. Old blue is the color par excel lence in such a case, combined with tan, , gray or white for the rugs, while the same scheme prevails in the heavy dra periee. A lovely little house in mind has a ' parlor and library in one. The large rug, covering the greater part of the room, is old blue and gray. In front of the fireplace is a long, light gray fur one. A broad, low lounge is covered wit...

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