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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 October 1899

VOL. IX. NO. 35. EVENTS OF THE DAK Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKKSK TICKS FROM THE WIRES d,i interentiiig Collection of Items FroqQ the Two Hemispheres Presented in a Condensed Form. Pasteur methods are subduing the plague iv Portugal. \»\v York is jammed with strangers t() gee the international yacht races. There is talk in Japan of a triple al liiiiio' U'tween Japan, China and Corea. Sir Thmoas Lipton has been invited to attend the Chicago corner stone lay ing. The empress dowager of China, it is said, lias determined to depose the em peror of Japan. lif teen men, with knives, revolvers 1111,1 clubs engaged in a street brawl in Chicago and one man was killed. Japanese laquers have been found by a German chemist to be the most effec tive protectors of iron and steel from rust. A Chicago naturalist who has just returned from Alaska brings news that th,iv are three active volcanoes in Western Alaska. Captain Albert Barker, who took the lmttleship Oregon from New Yo...

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. — 12 October 1899

'T'hk Islander CULVER BKOS., Publishers. Entered at the postofllce in Friday Harbor — second class mail matter. sußscKirtioN PKICK, $ 1..->0 per year Strictly in advance. ADVEKTISING BATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. Scents per inch, per week, sin pie column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, R.i.'h as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents par lino for fr st insertion and 5 cents per line each we^k thereafter. Losral notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander .uust be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, nit as a guarantee of cood faith. %: The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1899. TIIK FISH OFFAL, NUISANCE. Maine people are considerably in censed against the cannery companies there for dumping all the fish offal from the canneries into the water where there is not tide enough to carry it away and it is allowed to drift upon the beaches and become a most atroci ous ...

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. — 12 October 1899

K)( AL AND PERSONAL. jfrs. A. C. Brown is visiting friends in'S:»t tie. I adies' muslin underwear at the San j,,:,n Trading (Vs. . * : Mrs. C. W. Morse went to Seattle, Tuesday, to visit friends. Mr Ben ten berg, of Lopez, v » to Seattle, Saturday. •.. ~> : - : \\v carry the best 5c cigar in town. «Try <»ne. Martin & Jensen. \f r Hugh Templin, of East Sound, is a Seattle visitor this week. Yf a. Wakefield, of West Sound, was in town the first of the week. Mr. S. D- Martin made a business hip to Seattle the first of the week. you will always find a full line of Toilei Soaps at Martin & Jensen's. Who is going to get the Phonograph that is the leading question now. * \ new line of stationery just received at the Argyle store. Call andsee it. gfax Court, of West Sound, is taking in the Seattle Exposition this week. Mr. Joseph Sweeney, went to Seattle on the Thompson the first of the w. ek. Centennial flour, $1 per sack, $3.85 nerbbl., at the Kan Juan Trading Co. Mr. Jno. U...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 October 1899

PRUNE DRYING. (Fliy the California Product Brings a Higher Price in the Markets of the Kant. H. B. Miller, president of the Ore gon State Board of Horticulture, in a recent paper, makes many valuable suggestions to the fruit growers of the Northwest. Mr. Miller says: The prune growers of Oregon often wonder why their French prunes do not command as good a price as the Cali fornia product. An examination of the ordinary methods of curing of the average Oregon prune grower explains much of the cause of this difference in value. I have just returned from a careful investigation of a number of prune dryers, and found much carelessness and slovenliness. In the first place, they pick everything from the ground that they find there at the first pick ing. Some are half rotten, some half dried, some sunburnt, and almost all immature or defective. Those are dried and go into the bins with the general crop. Then again a strong man goes over the orchard, shaking the trees as hard as he can, bri...

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. — 19 October 1899

VOL. IX. NO. 36. EVENTS OF THE DAI Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKKSE TICKS FEOM THE WIRES >n interesting Collection of Items Fro»J, the Two Hemisphere* Presented (v a Condensed Form. There is a big stampede of miner? from Dawson to Cape Nome. The First Washington volunteers have arrived at San Francisco. The medical department of the army considers Vancouver a desirable place for a sanitary hospital. Reports to the marino hospital serv ice say there were 28 new cases of yel low fever and three deaths at Key West. The United States transport Newport his arrived at San Francisco, 33 days ll( , n i Manila. She has 465 members of the volunteer nignal corps aboard m \ 13 civilians. A cablegram to the war department fj-mn deneral Otis states thattho trans port Indiana sailed from Manila with 48 officers and 619 men of the Tennee- Bee regiment. The regiment left no Bick. The steamer Cottage City, from the North, has among its passengers Sena tor Shoup, who has spent se...

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. — 19 October 1899

Xhe Islander CITL.VKR UUOS., Publisher*. Kiitere.l at the postoftloe in Friday Harbor saMOOMf class mail matter. SriMCRIPTION PRICE, $!. r>n poryear Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING BATES:' Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month: '25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. 4/ > Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, Fur Sale, etc., 10 cents psr'lino for fi-st insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to TnK Islander inuat be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, out as a guarantee of good faith. _. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1899. A FRIENDLY CRITICISM. A well-known citizen who is much interested in the fish offal question commends the editorial upon that sub ject In last week's Islander, but thinks the observations in the same article concerning lesser nuisances for which individuals are responsible, and wh...

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. — 19 October 1899

1(H ALAND PERSONAL. t lies' muslin underwear at the San Jo an Trading Cos. Mrs a C. Brown returned home the fir st of the week from Seattle. Win Houston, of Roche Harbor, was iv to'vii a short time Tuesday. Mr S I). Martin returned from Se ttle.Monday, on the Thompson. V,,,] will always find a full line of Toilet Soaps at Martin A Jensen's. who is going to gat the Phonograph tll jt is the leading question now. * lA dies .skirts, 2. $2.25 and $2.50, at , I|t L; :t ii Juan Trading Company's. •* . , ie w line of stationery just received like A rgyle store. Call and see it. Centennial flour, $1 per sack, $3.85 r i,i,i., at the San Juan Trading Co. Mr Geo. Gibbs, of Orcas, returned frosi Seattle, on the Thompson, Mon day. frown and Bridge work a specialty, j )r Martin, dentist, Friday Harbor, fash. Moudav *'a 9 P RY da>' at tne cannery or the girls, also for some of the time hand*- Mrs Win. Fowle returned on the ftooipeou, Monday, from a few days' vj.it in Seattle. The Thompson took a...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 October 1899

Does Your Baking Powder Contain Alum? Prof. Geo. F. Barker, M.D., University of Penn.J "All the constituents of alum remain (from alum baking powders) : Jl the bread, and the alum itself is reproduced to all intents and purposes when the bread is dissolved by the gastric juice in the process of digestion. I regard the use of alum as highly injurious." Dr. Alonzo Clark: "A substance (alum) which can do range the stomach should not be tolerated in baking powder." Prof. W. G. Tucker, New York State Chemist: " I believe it (alum) to be decidedly injurious when used as a constituent of food articles." Prof. S. W. Johnson, Yale College: "I regard their (alum and soluble alumina salts) introduction into baking pow ders as most dangerous to health." In view of such testimony as this, every care must be exercised by the housewife to exclude the over and over condemned cheap, alum baking powders from the food. ■> .-•■■«■ Baking powders made from cream of tartar, which is highly . refined g...

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. — 26 October 1899

VO L. IX. NO. 37. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TE RSK TICKS FROM THE WttlS .„ interesting Collection of Items Fn^ hr Two Hemispheres Presented in * Condensed Form. <j )u . Washington volunteer regiment ill bo mustered out at San Francisco on the 31* inst. \ new fast mail service has,been in ;tcl rura between Chic^o"' and ■ San francisco, the schedule time being 73 hours. General William R. Shatter, who {or over a year has had the position of t, r iv'iidier-geiieral of volunteers, has been retired. it is helievert in London that the P,oer troops have invested Kimberley, u l nit off all communication with the lateide world. Karly in December the United States *jll have 70,000 troops in the Philip pine islands, aud 45 war vessels in the. idawl's waters. Xhp Columbia yon the first race with the Shamrock for the American cup. the beat the Shamrock 11 minutes on a 30-mile course. The Orange Free State troops have cut the telegraph wires and destroyed ...

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. — 26 October 1899

The Islander CULVER 8K09., Publishers. Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. -' SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle column' measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc.; 10 cents per line for fist insertion and 5 cents per fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islatcder must be signed with the name of the •writer, not necessarily for publication, !»ut as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper or San Juan County. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1899. THE FARMER AND PROSPERITY. While Mr. Bryan la doing his best to convince the farmers that their pros perity is more apparent than real, the farmers themselves are finding no fault with its substantial character. We lately printed a dispatch from Chicago about the increased prices their cattle a...

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. — 26 October 1899

0 vl, AND PERSONAL. I r Carter went to Seattle on M B jS'oflsger is in Seattle on bu !fctbi«week. urn' muslin underwear at the San $\ r^ing Co.. j p Doyle returned home from u{ Su.d yesterday. You will always find a full line of $ Wat Martin & Jensen *• . tt-ho b «ol"«f Bet8 et th. c Phonograph Jit is the leading question now. * 1 I*skirts,^, $2.25 and $2.60 at tbe Si. Juan Trading Company's. ■ * raU and give us your order for a U^'u'uies quit.-Martin&g uit.-Martin& Jensen. 4 ue w line of stationery just received lie A rgy le store. Call and see it. Centennial flour, $1 per sack, $3 85 rbbl., at the San Juan Trading Co. rrown and Bridge work a specialty. Pr Martin, dentist, Friday Harbor, Wash. ■c \V H. Holt arrived here yes- JdJv fc« * feW dayß' Vißlt With friends. tf p Welch returned Saturday frouli a pleasure trip to points in Brit- It Columbia. Ur and Mrs. Eugene Wilson and mil'v l'»ve »uoved into tue noU9e ad* JSing the bank. urs Harriet Wright has been in 8e- Jufor...

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. — 26 October 1899

Hot UnenTlable. Mrs. Gadabout—That Mrs. Hard head next door doesn't seem to have many friends. Hostess (wearily)—No-o; I wonder low she manages it?— Judy. A West Indian Hurricane Recently traveled up the coast at will, and icted in an entirely different manner from tny other storm. Sometimes dyspepsia lets the same way. It refuses to yield to ;reatment which "has cured similar cases Then Hostetter's Stomach Bitters should be taken. It has cured stomach trouble for half a century. A train running from New York to Boston made over 80 miles an hour re cently. In France advertsing posters must bear revnnue stamps varying in value according to Bize of the poster. "Circumstances Alter Cases/ In esses of scrofula., salt rheum, dys pepsia., nervousness, catarrh, rheumatism, eruptions, etc., the circumstances may be altered by purifying and enriching the blood 'orith Hood's Sarsaparitla. to is the great remedy for all ages and both sexes. Be sure to get Hood's, because An Oddity In railroadi...

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. — 2 November 1899

V()L. IX. NO. 38. EVENTS OF THE DAI Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKKSK TICKS FEOM THE WIRES n interesting Collection of Items Fros^ the Two Hemispheres Presented in a Condensed Form. Xhe revolution at Colombia is spread ing president Kru^er is reported as ii favor of unconditional surrender. [Bsargenfa in Southern Luzon at lacked Calani!>a, but were driven off Kveleth, Minn., is to be moved tc make room for mining operations od t },e town site. Wiliiam H. Brown rode 1,000 milee awheel in 84 hours, breaking the rec or ,l by seven hours. The sol fliers who made trouble at Fan Carlos, Indian agency, Arizona, an 1 to l>e punished. William Wilkie, aged 19, was killed hr Charles Chelin in Chicago, as the lestH of a prizefight. The i'.ritish losses in Natal in three fepe< fighting are said to have beer ■etfty 800 killed and wounded. Eagbnd'i newspapers mast here after look to the United States and Canada for their paper pulp. German carp found m the Columbia and W...

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. — 2 November 1899

The Islander CIiLVEK lUtOS., Publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harbor — second rtiwn mail matter. „_. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, f1.50 per year. Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, 1.00 per inch per mouth. -25 cents per inch, per week, sin rle «*< In mil measurement. ,^.». r Beating business locals, and notices, hucli as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents j> >r line for fr.st insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. ; .Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must ho signed with the name of the -writer, not necessarily for publication, •nit Ma guarantee of eood faith. The Official Paper of San Jaan County. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 'A 18P9. THE BRITISH AND THE BOEKS. The Boers are reckoned among the most religious people and l«est marks men in the world. It is second nature for them to put their trust in God and keep their powder dry. They are herdsmen and huntsmen—a hospit able, peaceful, pastoral peopl...

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. — 2 November 1899

OCAL AND PERSONAL. O T Loom, of Deer Harbor, was in lo ttii Monday. I adies 1 muslin underwear at the San jua'u Tnulins I Vs. * you will always find a full line of Toilet Soups at Martin & Jensen's. Who is going to get the Phonograph that is > lie leading question now. *. Ladies skirts, $2. $2.2-5 and $2.60, at Iberia" Juan Trading Company's. * Call and give us your order for a .jilor-made .suit.—Martin & Jensen. A new line of stationery just received gt the Argyle store. Call andsee it. Joseph Sweeney made a quick trip to j),, r t iWusead the first of the week. Centennial flour, $1 per sack, $3.&5 perbbl., at the San Juan Trading Co. Crown and Bridge work a specialty. ji r Martin, dentist, Friday Harbor, }.;. Ed. Allen, of Waldron, is in town B ml expects to remain here for^the winter. One of the children of Laurence Turk'-r fractured her elbow last week l,viif;ill while playing. \\Y have just received a new and complete line of Dry Goods and NO -,;1.. ,Pi Martin &am...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 November 1899

True Economy The difference of cost between a good and a poor baking pow der would not amount for a fam ily's supply to one dollar a year. The poor powder would cost many times this in doctors' bills. Royal Baking Powder may cost a little more per can, but it insures perfect, wholesome food. In fact, it is more economical in the end, because it goes further in leavening and never spoils the food. Royal Baking Powder used always in making the biscuit and cake saves both health and money. You cannot, if you value good health, afford to use cheap, low-grade, alum baking pow ders. They are apt to spoil the food; they do endanger the health. All physicians will tell you that alum in food is deleterious. The Missionary's Little Joker. A native Maori chieftain, the de scendant of cannibal kings, is now com pleting his medical education in Chi cago. Cannibalism ended is his tribe, he cays, when Bishop Belwyn converted hie grandfather; but he tells some stor ies of it which have a distinctly...

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. — 2 November 1899

V ( )L. IX. NO. 38. BENTS OF THE DAI Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. XKKSK TICKS FROM THE WIRES An interesting Collection of Items Frog( the Two Hemispheres Presented Id a Condensed Form. The revolution at Colombia is spread ill-'. president Kruuer is rejwrted as ii favor of unconditional surrender. lOsnrMßti iv Southern Luzon at tacked Caliiniha, but were driven off K\fifth, Minn., is to be moved tc rmikf room f°r mining operations od t) K . town site. William H. Brown rode 1,000 milee iwbeel in 84 hours, breaking the rec ,,! r by seven hours. Hie soldiers who made trouble at gao Carlos, Indian agency, Arizona, ttr ,» to be punished. William Wilkie, aged 19, was killed [,v Charles Chelin in Chicago, as the result of a prizefight. The British losses in Natal in three days' lighting are said to have beec Bttrty r>t>*» killed and wounded. England 1! newspapers must here gftcr look to the United States and Canada for their paper pulp. German carp found in the Columb...

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. — 2 November 1899

Islander OVEtTMI IMOlii Publisher*. latered at the posU>m<;e in Friday Harboraeeeeoodoiaiai mail matter. >l I!M KMIION I'ltlCK, f1.50 per year Strictly in advance. AI>VEKTISINO KATKS: Display sUikHiik ads, $1.00 per inch per mouth. -25conta por inch, per week, sin f\» column mea.surcmont. Eleadliisr business locals, and notice?, auch as Wanted, For Stilo, etc., 10 cents n jr lino for h**st insertion and 5 cents per f> r lino for Ust insertion and 5 cents per lino each week thereafter. IjH£hl notices; at customary letral rates. All co;niiHiinVatioi)H to Thk Ihi.anpeu must ho siijne*! with the MUM of the Writer, not neOHßtHlf for publication, »>iit MM eunrantco of good faith. ______ The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 'A 1899. TIIK mUTISII AND THE UOKKS. The Uocrs are reckoned among the most religious jH'ople and l»ewt marks men in the world. It in second nature for them to put their Must in God and keep their powder dry. They are herdsmen and h...

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. — 2 November 1899

\AH ALAND PERSONAL. O. T. IiOOH, of Deer Harbor, was in to« ii Monday. I,mlies' muslin underwear at the San Jiiuti Trading Co'h. ♦ You will always find a full line of I ilct Soaps at Martin it Jensen's. Who is going to g t *t the Phonograph tli.it is Ihe leading question now. * 1,.i<1i.-s skirts, $:». *l\u:> and $±">O, at I),, San Juan Trading Company's. * Call and give us your order for a t-.iiior-made suit.—Martin & Jensen. A new line of stationery just received 8 t the Argyle store. Calf andsee it. Joseph Sweeney made a quick trip to I'nil Townsend the first of the week. Centennial flour, $1 per sack, $3.85 perbbl.i at the San Juan Trading Co. Crown and Bridge work a specialty. Dr. Martin, dentist, Friday Harbor, Wash. i; Bd. Allen, of YValdron, is in town a ii(l c.x|»ects to remain here for^the irinter. One of the children of Laurence Tucker fractured her elbow lust week l,\ i fall while playing. \\V have just reeiived a new and (oniplete line of Dry Goods und No t ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 November 1899

True Economy The difference of cost between a good and a poor baking pow der would not amount for a fam- Hily's supply to one dollar a year. The poor powder would cost many times this in doctors' bills. yal Baking Powder may cost a little m re per can, but it insures perfect, wholesome food. In fact, it is more economical in the end, because it goes further in leavening and never spoils the food. Royal Baking Powder used always in making the biscuit and cake saves both health and money. You cannot, if you value good health, afford to use cheap, low-grade, alum bating pow ders. They are apt to spoil the food; they do endanger the health. All physicians will tell you that alum in food is deleterious. The Missionary's Little Joker. A native Maori chieftain, the de scendant of cannibal kings, is now com pleting his medical education in Chi •ago. Cannibalism ended in his tribe, he pays, when Biphop Selwyn converted hie grandfather; but he tells some stor ies of it which have a distinctly...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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