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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 March 1900

lnfotncn Who have the Blues Despondency In women Is a mentml condition directly traceable to some distinctly fommlo 111. Well women don't have the blues, but oompara tlvely few people under stand that the right medi cine will drive them away. I Lydia E. Pbikhun's Vegetable Compound | overcomes the blues, be cause It Is the safeguard of woman's health. It regulates the entire female organlam as nothing else doesm When the dragging sensation and the backache go, the blues will go also. Read the letters from women appearing In this paper-women who have tried It and know. There are a million such women. Colors Used by Royalty. It is very interesting to know what colors are used or selected by the royal families as being their very own. To England, the only royal family of modern times, which has selected it, belongs Hcarlet, which is very effective. The royal houses of Portugal, Prussia Sweden and some of the German princes wear blue. llussia chooses dark green and Austria delights in b...

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. — 22 March 1900

VOL. X. NO. 7. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TI.KSK TICKS FROM THE WIRES In Int«r<-ptllng Collection of Item* From tin- Two Hemispheres Presented In » Condensed Form. John Z. Little, the actor, died in Brooklyn, nt'ed 62 years. The United States will establish a naval station in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. San Francisoo hftl had a case of geuu in,. Im'oiiic- plague. Chinatown is to 1,,, rleaned up. II), Chinamen of Philadelphia have decided to band together for the pur pose. »f protection. Fifteen persons, the majority of whom were iliiliiw. perished in a tciieiiieut-hoaM tire at Newaik, N. J. In Chicago, while playing with a re volver, ii 7-year-old boy shot his mother In tin- abdomen. The wound will prove fatal. Erving Winslow, secretary of the Anti-Imperialist League, says that the anti-expansion vote will be between 2.U00.000 imd 3,000.000. Walla Wulhi, Wash., veterans of the S]>;iiii>-h-American war contemplate or ganizing a camp to be named...

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. — 22 March 1900

The Islander (III.VKK IlltOS., Publishers. Kntortvl lit tIM postofllco in Friday Harbor as second clam mail matter. SUIMCKII'TION PRICK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. AI>VKKTISIN<; KATKS: Display standing ads, §1.00 per inch per mouth. '£> conts per inch, per week, sin y\o c, 1111111 l meiwureinent. Realm" bostlMM locals, nnd notices, such as Wanteil, For Sale, etc., 10 cents por line for list insertion and 5 cents per lino each \vo«k th»«re:irt<!r. L3";i! notices, at cmtonmry legal rates. All communications to Tiik Islander .mist bo signed with the name of the •writer, not MaMMUrllj for publication, iut asa guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 1900. Thk excess of exports over imports for three years of President McKinley's administration baa Ween: lSi>7, $280,- U03.144; 1888, #315,431,070; 1899, ?529, --874,813. The Washington Poatsays that "an lowa turkey roosted on the top of a chimney, cut off the escaini of the...

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. — 22 March 1900

, i 0( ALAND PERSONAL. l, v f»r Sale the entire season at Will Utowrle'H. police Cuiy & Eastman's ad in this w wk's Issue. Mr- Kll;i W. Smith went to Port j,,Vn*end the tint of the wick. ( t !l and give v" y°ur order for a I lor- made suit.—Martin & Jensen. j |; Campbell, of Roche Harbor, wl . :l visitor in the Harbor over Suu day. Ihc West monthly and weekly inag l,i ie received at this office almost daily \l\ «;. ting line of hats just received. (ill" mid iws them. Mrs. Ella W. Nliitl. W H Dexter, of West Sound, was a :,. :l^,iit caller at this office the last of \V A. Wakefield, of West Sound, made this otlice ■ pleasant call the latt til the week. Win. Anderson, of Roche Harbor, irit»u victor in the Buy Cities the last ,if tin- 1 week. Some good tilings left in dry goods. \ chance to save money. San Juan Trailing Company. I, B. Carter shipped 205 sacks (ten „,,,'. it| itatd to Seattle, Tuesday, on the iteanier Lydia Thompson. Mr T"in Wukcfield was a passenger on th«• Tii...

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. — 22 March 1900

Painful Periods are overcome by Lydla Em Plmkhmm'B Vegetable Compound* Fifty thousand happy women testify to this In grateful letters to Mrs* Plnkham. Menstruation Is a severe strain on a wo man's vitality. If It Is painful something Is wrong whloh | Lydk E. Plnkham's V«S>t«blt Compound [ wIU promptly set right; II exoesslve or Irregular write to Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass., foradvloo. Evidence abounds thai Mrs. Plnkham'B advice and medicine have for many years been helping women to be strong. No other advice Is so un varyingly accurate, no other modino has such a record of cure. Martha Wa«hln*;ton at Valley Fc»rge. The part which Martha Washington played at Valley Forge has, indeed, sel dom received the credit which it de serves as an example of the virtues o' the women of the revolution. No sol dier's wife was more faithful to hei husband in the midst of his perils and hardships than simple-hearted Martha Washington, one of the richest wonier. of the colonies. She visited the sic...

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. — 29 March 1900

VOL X. NO. 8. EVENTS OF THE DAI Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKKSK TICKS FROM THE WIRES An 1nl«-r<'Htlii|f Collection of Items Prom ill-- Two IlemUpherea I*resented '•• •* Condensed Form* The Boers have 40,000 fighting men left. . . President Kruger does not expect any ni I from the powers. The Boers have blown up the bridges north of liloemfontoin and are retreat- Ing to tho north. Central American governments are nppoaed to the Davis amendment to th« jlay«Pauncefote treaty. Senator Davis, chairman of the sen tt« committee on foreign relations and in charge of the French reciprocity treaty, »aid that notwithstanding the purpose to extend the time for the ex change of ratifications, he proposes to | 0 ;ii| he can to obtain ratification dur id.' the present session. Elizabeth T. Struble, editor ot th« Nautilus, 11 Christian science news paper, at Sioux Falls, S. D., pleaded guilty iv the federal court to sending obscene literature through the mails, ■ad was lined ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 March 1900

Xhe Islander TITI.VKR RKOS., Pul»llHli*r«. Knr<T.<.l at the poHtofll«H» in Friday Harbor as neoond class mail matter. SUBSCBIPTION PRICK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance i . —— - ■ •— ADVERTISING HATES: Display fhrr**-fl ads, *1.00 per inch per month. Ib contH per inch, per week, sin pie column measurement. lloadhi!r business looala, and notices, Much as \Vantod, Kor Sate, etc., 10 cent« per line for fl-st insertion and 5 cents per lino ouch week thereafter. Lo.zal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to TnK Islander iiniMt bo signed with the name of the •vritor, not necessarily for publication, out as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan Connty. THURSDAY. MARCH 29, 1900. An important event in the progress <,f the county is the establishment this week of telephone communication be tween here and Roche Harbor and the intervening points. The enterprise of Dr. Capron cannot be too highly com mended and it is to be hoped that the service...

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. — 29 March 1900

, 0 (AI AM) PERSONAL. Mi s Ad« Mullla is visiting friends in Port |',i\\ nst'iid. III M Nellie Jensen is visiting friends I,,(Seattle this week. [l 1 (. revenue cutter Grant was in port , short time Monday. C-ill and give us your order for a jj Or .iu*de suit.—Martin & Jensen. l-iiiM Flemliiß •••* to Seattle the . t of the \ve«*k on a short business trip- The latest monthly and weekly mag azlnes received at this office almost daily. Mv «i)ring line of hats just received. Hail and we* them. Mrs. Ella W. Smith- I, r \V T. Martin and John Douglas returned Monday Irom iheir trip to facoiuu. \li-~ Blanch Simpson returned home Monday after ft two weeks' visit with friends in Seattle. gome good tilings left in dry goods. \ chalice to suve money. San Juan Trading Company. Mrs. Win. Kiuch died at Olga last >l'.,ii(l:i\ morning at 2 o'clock and was buried tin. yesterday. Ittornev 1 N. Maxwell, of What oom, vas iii tlie Harbor the last of the utr k mi legal business. Mi,- Agnci Aiken, o...

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. — 29 March 1900

Facts for Ywotnen Any article, whatever ita merit, must be made known to the public by means of advertising. Advertising, however, though it can do much for a thing, cannot do everything. It may create a >>ale for a time, but in order to insure a lasting demand! the thing advertised must have solid worth. This is the oa«e with Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. It has solid worth. Women everywhere have learned this fact, and the result is that there Is a lasting and absolutely unequaled demand for it. It has the largest sale of any remedy for female ills in the world, and this has been the case for years. The reason for this is that Mrs. Pinkham claims nothing that she is not entitled to claim. She can do all that she says she can do, and her twenty years of experience make her advica invaluable. Herwxperience has been not only long but world-wide, and she has helped more women back to health than any one else in the world. These facts should, and do, have immense weight ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 April 1900

VOL. X. NO. 9. EVENTS OF THE 'DAI Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. IKUSK TICKS FROM THE WIEEB An iiit«Tf«tlii|c Collection of Items From Hi.- Two Hemispheres Presented '•• m < endensed Form. The D;inish Antilles have been sold to i.i,- United States. t Dr. Edward K. Fall, an old pioneer of Walla Walla, is dead, aged 92. General Botha denies that Transvaal women were wounded in the Tugela trenches. The transport Sheridan arrived at Pan Francisco, from Manila, with 86 sick Boldiers and 11 insane. At a cabinet council it-was decided to officially inaugurate the Paris expo sition on Saturday, April 14. Seattle, Wash., is overflowing with criminals. Twenty additional police men were called for within a week. Capo Colony Dutch declare that Eng l.mil will make a mistake if she de prives the South African republics of their independence. A large number of miners and pros pectors from Utah and Colorado have arrived at Baker City, Or., ready to go out into the hills adjacent. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 April 1900

*FHB Islander riH/Vtfit into*.. Publisher^ KSntered at the sostonVe In Friday If ail- a* toeosKl ela** mall matter. SI»«rKIIT|ON THICK, |t.Mper.r««r Strictly In advance. .lI>VKKTIS|N<i KATKBJ Display sUii'linir ads, ?i.<m» per inch per month, li'x-'nis per inch, per week, sin tr| liuiin 11i■ :• uireim ill. lloadins bunlness locals, and notices, mi,-!) .is \V.ni:*-l. For Sale, etc., m cents per line for li-st Insertion and 5 cents i><r line each wrnsk thereafter. [ioafttl notices, at customary losai rate?. Ul<y>rnm-tnicatlotiHtn Tin; Ni.am«i:k must bo si"ii<'il with the name of-'tno *v:-ii"r, not m warily for publication, ') 11 ,is:t Bunranteoof ir<>f«l faith. » 'The Official Paper of San Juan Connty. TiIJCTrtHDAY, A.PBIL 5, IW). RKDBKMIXG <<>r>TV I'.ONPS. Tin-: tfILANDBB takes' pleasure in in foiniini.' it« nailers that in consequence of good times, the economical admin -Ist ration of county attains and respect for law and order within our b...

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. — 5 April 1900

, (M AM) PERSONAL. ,•,11 mid i_'ive us your order for a taJllir-HindeKult.— & Jensen. <„iiii<l IVnter, of Deer Harbor, left „•,'„■..,1:. y for a visit to Oregon. \l, % x.iii<l''|" Chalmers, of Doe Hay, 1.,, l iln Hay cities last week. Sate the i|iiiir(orly n'attnent of the poiintv treasurer, 'published in this [taw. Ih, latest monthly and weekly mag , „„., received at this office almost daily <llUU . good IhlnjpJ left in dry goods. .' .|, :l iic< li> saw money. San Juan .;,.,',lim- C,,in|i:iliV. Ij. in. .in' 1. Mrs. .las. (J. Bui linger, t,'.|i:ii!U"l a few of their friends last s'linnliy evening. M,. Samuel Curry, of Oreat, went i fl '«Vnttle the last of the week, return in g i.. ■■■■■ Monday. \lj_ \. Hi-' Sweeney returned to Se .Hie I.i-t Silnrday, where she is at u .|i<lini liiirli hcliooi. < ( . M ,I in SufcliflTe & Hill, Whatcom, '..rstmi I" nl Wall Paper and Paints. 'i'liiv w illl'fHiit you free of charge.* Tiit> regular quarterly session of ...

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. — 5 April 1900

Mrs. Plnkham's Friends are everywhere. Every woman knows some woman friend who has been helped by Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. What does this friend say about It? Read the letters from women being published In this paper. If you are ailing, don't try experi ments. Relyonthorolla~ bio. Mrs. Pinkham's great medicine has stood with out a peer for thirty years. Puzzled women write to Mrs. Plnkham for advloe which she gives without charge. The advice Is confidential and accurate. It has helped a million wo men. Mrs. Pinkham's address Is Lynn, Mass. Specific Criminality. "According to Marambut," says the New Voice, "3,000, convicts examined by him, 78 per cent were drunkards; 79 percent of these were vagabonds and beggars; 50 per cent of the assassins niirt 57 per cent of the incendiaries were drunkards. Marro found that the drunkards stood in the first ' rank of highway robbers, 82 per cent; Vetault found among 40 alcoholic criminals that there were 15 homicides, 8 thieves, 5 s...

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. — 12 April 1900

VOL. X. NO. 10. EVENTS OF THE DAI Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. HUSK TICKS FROM THE WIRES An Interfiling Collection of Item* From th« Two Hemisphere* Presented '-• « Condensed Form. W. .1. r.rynn addressed 10,000 people „; Tacomfti Wash. War tax will not be reduced at this session of congress. 1),,. Puerto Uican bill passed the s , iiitr by a vote of 40 to 81. Xhfl public debt decreased $6,000,000 daring 1 i>e month of March. A bill WM passed to throw open 1 luhn :md Oklahoma Indian lands. Ih- journeymen plumbers of Indian upolia have struck, demanding an mi i reuse in p»y- lhc legislative council of Trinidad hi- ratitiol the reciprocity treaty with the United States. tguinaldo ii in Singapore. Singa pore ptpcn mention the fact and pub |ish short interviews with him. • The plasterers of Minneapolis have been looked out, pending the settle in, lit of their dispute as to hours. Pearl harbor, in the Hawaiian islands, will be improved and fortified and made available ...

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. — 12 April 1900

The Islandp:r CIiLVKK MMMm TubHsliers. Catered at the ■oaten** in Friday Harbor aa second mail matter. mmscitirnoN PMCBi «I.*) per fear Stri.-tly in advance. AI>VKKTISIN<B KATES: Dlsi)l:iy Htanding :i<l*, ?1.00 or inch per month, oonta per Inch, i»or week, sin iU \V;»ntel. For Rale, «n(1 10 I*™?' S n«:!i us Wanted, For Sale, cto., 10 cents nor lino for li-st Insertion and 5 cents per fine each there»JUr. „„,_,«„„ Lofiil noti(;os. at .-iistomary local rates. All communications to Tim Islanokb must be Blgrned with the name t of the writer, not nncossarily for publication, but us.i Kuarantee of good taitli. The Official Paper of San Juan County. TKUKSDAY. APRIL 12, 190». TIIK TAKIKF-THK SHKEI' INDITBTK IVrhaps no industry lies been more discussed in connection with the con- Hideration of the tariff than Mint of wool growing and sheep raising. It is unquestionably true that no industry better illustrates Ihe benefits of protec tion and the injurious effect* of free trade. The f...

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. — 12 April 1900

kOCALAND PERSONAL. S,-w Him ** Hatuaiid Caps at Martin Oxinty Ctiumissioiier Graham went „, \\li:il'-"i" Momhty. • Wm M .M'<'i"y, of Roche Harbor, <rt§ iu'to»M yesterday. I 1 Kirn-worth turned from El ,%bun? the to* nt the week. ■i-i e new organ arrived Monday for . j,c Christian Scientist services. \|, : ,mi Un. Atkins, of New York, it Kft Sound visiting frieuds. (••i!l ami tfive us your order for a i-ilor-niade unit.— Martin A Jensen. Ivdoiinrd (iraigiiic, of Waldron, vlsit ,l (i,. I'.-•llinjrliiiiu bay cities this week. •Mr*. Ella W. Smith and daughter, MililK'lt visited East Sound this week. Tin' latest monthly and weekly mag •uinea received at this office almost daily- gout. Burke, of the cannery, made a llvinu t:i|> to Whateoni the first of the u.t-k. Bod IJohtouberif, of Lopez, was a visitor in the Harbor the first of the week. Sheriff J- VV. Firth returned Mon ,|,,v fi in Elleiisburfj, Seattle and Ta c >;n i. Hpecial R.i«t«r «?rvices will be held lit tin- I'lt-it...

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. — 12 April 1900

wTotnßn, Remember EThis fbgi That in addressing Mrs. Plnkham you are communicating with a woman —a woman whose experience in treat- Ing woman's ills is greater thau that of any living person—male or female. A woman can talk freely to a wo man when it is revolting to relate her private troubles to a man. Mmiv women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse, know ing full well that they should have immediate assistance, but a natural modekty impels them to shrink from exposing themselves to the questions and probable examination of even their family physician. It is unneces sary. Without money or price you can consult a woman, whose knowledge from actual experience is unequaled. Women suffering from any form of female weakneas are invited to freely communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn. Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by women only. This is a positive fact —not a mere statement. It is certified to by the mayor and postmaster of Lynn and others whose...

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. — 19 April 1900

vol. X. NO. 11. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic NeWf of the World. Xf ;;>!. TICKB FROM THK WIRES 1,,,,. r , .tim; (iill'-ct i«m i>f Item a Frori ,!,■■ Two llt'inlxplifreii 1" i ••-••iiU ' '•i h <<ni<lfuitf<l Form ;, Hague peace treaties weie ruti ,v President McKiuley. . ;..re William K. Mayo, died .... in Washington, aged 70 >..■■- „.,1 Lee has been appointed to 1 the new department of md I'inard de Rio. tgua lias landed troops in iau ttriitr.rv. The nature of i :it is not understood. year-old child was scalded to tiling into a tub of hot water . near Ashland, Or. - attempted to rescue the i Mr. and Mrs. Bert Horton, It were driven off by SkHgway troops. The United States government denies ■ it that it lias joined with other ,i- in threatening to land troops in i iiiiu. ■ on the resolution relative to of M. S. Quay as senator iv I'cunpylvani*, wUI be taken on AMli-l. irs 11. Tongue was renominated Lilian fiom the Second dis ii the first ballot at M...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 April 1900

San jfuan Islander, CULVKK lIHOS.. l'ul.Unlierii. O H. CULVER, Editor Roc''C Harbor. l\ N. CULVER, Humih-m Mgr., Friday Harbor. Entered at the pbstofflce In Friday Harbor us ■eSood bum mail matter. simsciurriOiN THICK, ft.soper.vear Strictly in advance AIM i;UTIMIN«J KATKS: Display standing Ida, MM P<*r inch per month. "*J.j<:(!HtH per inch, per week, sin- I" •'< 1111111 l IIKMSIir.'IIK'IIt. Reading business locals, and notices, such :is \V:mt.'l. Kor Sale, etc, 10 cents per linn (or o*«t Insertion and 5 cents per fine each week theroaftor ( Legal n<»ti.•<»•*, at customary legal rates. All cominunicationßto Tun Islandkh must bo Bijfned with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. Tin USD AY. APRIL 19, I'm. CO-OPERATIVE CRKASIERIBS. The [SLANDER has frequently called attention to the fine field which this county affords for the operation of one or more creameries, and has suggeste...

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. — 19 April 1900

|(M \l AM) PERSONAL. N ,. IV line of Huts and Caps at Martin & Jensen'*. .. )• E Porter, of East Sound, is vlritlug lii,'i..Jsin the East. ii |, | Ichteiibeff made Whateoiu a h ,,rl m-i! tin- lir-lof the week. „ „ Hannmh, of the Valley, made ,' „.,, r, <\, ti visit la9t week. .if in ,| oj v < us your order for a ,',„,:„!. -'lit.- Martin & Jensen. IfM T M. Gunn went to Seattle the „f ih.' ireefc on a short business trip- The latest monthly and weekly mag , ,'„,* received at this office almost drily- loliti Buckley made a short business tr ip 1,, Jin•ii;iVdson the first of the net"* M,. .1 P. Puln, of Lopez, was a v jjit«r in tin 1 Harbor the first of the wtfU- Dr Kuril's father of Mrs. Frank Wil-'H, i- -<iioiiisly ill at hist home near Argjlt'- I -ill Sweeney returned Monday , :l Hhorl business trip to Port |,■,(!•. :im by the dish, quart, gallon barrel. Leave your orders at Fowl's ..,1, F<>uutHiu. |- n llartlett and Chas. Buchanan, „i |':i. j lt r.i-.»11, were...

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