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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 April 1900

The Pinkham Remedies For disorders of the feminine organs have gained their great renown and enormous sale be" cause of the permanent good they have done and are doing for the women of this country. If all ailing or suffar ing women could be mado to understand how ah' eolutely true are the statements about Lydla Em Pinkham''s Vegetable Compound, their suffer" Ings would end, Mrs. Pinkham counsels women free of ohargom Her address Is Lynn, Mass. The advice she gives Is praotloal and honest. You oan write freely to her; she Is a wo man. > ak.ii Mt«rally. It was only playfully that she re ferred to her" husband as "a regular heathen." but it is always well to label Hiich remarks when made in the pres ence of chUdren. The little one who overheard this re mark trotted away to Sunday school immediately thereafter, and in some way the subject of attendance at church Bame up in the class that day. "My papa doesn't go," volunteered the little one. "No?" returned the teacher inquir ingly. ...

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 April 1900

VOL. X. NO. 12. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphif News of the World. H U>i. TICKS FROM THE WIRES la i mi. r.'-l ii>K Collection of Items Fror 1 (in- Two ll«-inlm>lit-rrH I'renentct •<< it i ..ii.l. n-..-il I'oi-nt oceedingiof Iho naval strategy , | | «ill be secret. hio anti-bicycle law was de ,.,,,]■ il mi' (institutional. irata, Populists and Silver Re !,- have fused in Nebraska. , in ;i tiiiMiifint house at Neweas , caused the death of four per- Uepablican party leaders have agreed upon planks. Expuusion will be the keynote. ( liiil.s I!. Allen, of Massachusetts, ,iin:itt'<l for governor of Puerto Kieo by tb« preridert. l.;u_'- Bteel mills in the vicinity of • and Joltet have closed down ihi nit of lalior troubles. i speech on the Philippine ques - tutor Hour said that the war tii dat« bad cost 6,000 lives. Ad Albany, Or., man, whose sod is a ti-t, lut toll Ins hiui'l, has had a Imuded coruet made for the boy. Ie historical church of Notre Dame il<...

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 April 1900

San 7uan Islander, en,vi.it ititos.. rubifftliera. o 11. CULVHK, Kditor iuh-:.«- Harbor. F. N. CUIA'KR, ItiiMiirn* Mgr., Friday Harbor. Entered fit tiio pbstoffice in Friday Harbor as second clomm mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, $1.50 per year Stri.tly in advance. : ADVERTISING RATEBI Display fttandinff ads, ?1.00 per inch per month. 25cents pur inch, per week, sin >r|.' column IIM'MSIIIi'IUCIIt. lto:»(lin<r business lOflßla, and notices, Hii'-li iis Wanto.l, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for list Insertion and 5 cents per line oacli week thereafter. liis^iil notices, at cuMtoinary legal rates. Allcomimintantionsto Tick Isi.andkk must be si^iiml with tho name of the Writer, not necessiarlly for publication, bill asa iriiiiranti'eof crood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, APRILS, !!*)■>. noi tkiiuti; t<» VKiwunr. The Washington pMt, published at the national capital, one of the ablest papers iv the country, independent in politic* and a keen cri...

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. — 26 April 1900

ALAND PERSONAL. f \\w line of Hats and Caps at Martin ,v Jensen's. drac* 1.. Albert, of East Sound, was !n t| ie Harbor last week. 1» C. Clark, of Lopez, was a recent visitor in the county seat. \\ l.» Plant, of Whatcom, is regis try.! Hi the Hay View Hotel. I x. Orchard, of Fairhaven, is a K uH at the Hay View Hotel. Mi— Pearl Sin peon is visiting friends „l I'oinl Lawrence, Orcis island. Call Mini give us your order for a •■made suit.—Martin & Jensen. M. It. Koftsger went to the Bay Cities yesterday on a short business trip 11,. latest monthly and weekly mag azines received at this office almost daily. £ M. Gordon, of Shaw island, was doing business In town the last of the week. J. 11. Nichols, of East Sound, was in I lie Harbor the last of the week on business. t i:,li McLnclilanj of Deer Harbor, w.i* a visitor in the Harbor the last of Hie week. Mr.and Mrs. Ethan Allen, of Wal .li.n were in the Harbor Sunday and Monday. Dr. I. M. Harrison, of Seattle, was in die Harbor a sho...

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 April 1900

The Pinkham Record I Is a proud and peerless record. It Is a reoord of oure, of constant con quest over obstinate Ills of women; Ills that deal out despair? suffering that many women think Is woman's natural heri tage; disorders and dls plaoements that drive out hopo. Lydia E. Ptnkham'i Vejetable Compound | cures these, troubles of women, and robs men struation of Its terrorsm No woman need be with out the safest and surest advloe, for Mrs. Plnkham counsels women free of ohargo. Her address Is Lynn, Mass* • Can any woman afford to Ignore the medlolne and the advloe that has cured a million women 9 Miss Ella dates, aged 25, of Ontairo, N. V., had long been subject to faint ing Hpelln. While dictating a letter, film suddenly gasped, dropped to the floor and died. A post mortem exam ination disclosed that she had two per« fectly formed hearts. For the benefit of those who intend visiting Paris during the exposition, the Kio Grande Western railway has Kutteu out an attractive folder ill...

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 May 1900

VOL. X. NO. 13. EVENTS OF THE DAI Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. IK Ks|. TICKS FROM THE WIRES An init-rr«tlt>fC Collection of Items From the Inn HwKilniiherea Presented '•• ■ C<in<len*ed Form. Th« Ihikr of Argyle is dead. plum ben of Chicago have gone on a strike. Turkey's reply to the United States is unsatisfactory. lloer peace commissioners' mission li ;l . i .i-i-ii ii failure. China is growing more and more nj>iKiM'<l to tho "open door." Japan will take steps to stop the emigration of her coolies to this country. Captain Donning, on trial before court martial at San Francisco, has pleaded guilty. Prank L. Campbell has been nomin ated to succeed Webster Davis, as as sistant secretory of the interior. William A. Chirk, of Montana, will resijiu his seat in the United States senate, having decided that it will b« wiser to retire gracefully. Vote on the Quay case was taken in the senate with the result that the ivnnsylvanian senator was shut out by one ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 May 1900

San 'Juan Islander, CITLVKK I»KO«.. rubllnlifri. O. H. CUI.VHK, iWitor Roc'..e \\_ OT- V. N. CULVICK, Business Mgr., Friday Harbor. Entered at the postofflce in Friday II arbor us second dans mall mutter. SimsCIUI'TION I'lllCK, f1.50 per year .Strictly in advene*. .%I>VKKTIN!N<; KATKS: Display standing ii<K 81.00 per inch per month. iicenlK per Inch, per week, sin irlo column measurement. Heading business locals, and notices, ■noli sis Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per Hun for li-nt insertion and 5 cents per Itnoeacb week thereafter* Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tuk Islandkr must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but asa guarantee of pjoed faith. ______ The Official Paper of San Juan County. Til II USD AY, MAY:), 1900. KO.IHTABLE TAXATION. An association has beta organized In Chicago called t!ic Equitable Tax Asso ciation of America. It is intended to be national in its scope, and its pur poses are d...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 May 1900

1,01 AL AM) PERSONAL. \, w li"" of Mats and Caps at Martin A- .I.iiscii's. jitiue* K"*"li:is •*•■ filing "grippy" f,»| ;l f«'W <!•<> s- \li« .| N. Fry is seriously ill at her I, „,,, near Bfltf Sound. Mr. ( livlmt'is is Uiilding a large ad itilioti t<» l" house at West Sound. i ,!l ami giv< i us your order for a t nior-iuade Milt.- Martin & Jensen. Mi-. A. (leorge, milliner, will he at il,. IJ:iv View Hotel, Tuesday, May 8. I j, r latest monthly and weekly mag ,,,.< received at this office almost daily- 1,. Sweeney went up-Sound on the Thompson, Tuesday, on a short busi uew "'l'- Mr M. T. Somcrs returned Monday „v tip Buckeye from a business visit to (1,, |lay < lilies. 1,. < iv.'tui l>y the dish, quart, gallon „r Imrrel. L*«v« your order** at Fowl's .. „| i |•uimtiiiii. Souie !_ r<><"l things left in dry goods. \ , ii.iiKv l<» save money. San Juan TnuliiiK Company. S«-ii«l Ui Sutcliff'e & Hill, Whatcom, for samples of Wall Paper ami Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 May 1900

Pinkham Facts Mrs. Pinkham person ally attends to her tre mendous oorrespondenoo with suffering women. Her trained assistants are all women. The letters from women are opened by women only. They are read by wo men only. They are answered by women and only women. The correspondence Is sacredly confidential. Writ for a book Mrs. Pinkham has Just pub llshed whloh oontalns lot" tors from the mayor of Lynn, tho postmaster of Lynn and others of hor own olty who have made oaroful investigation. Mrs. Plnkham has helped a million women who suffered with female troubles. She can oure YOU. Her address Is Lynn, Mass. A Confederate's Idea. "To succeed in war," General Miles ibserves, "is to get ready before you commence hostilities." One of the confederate generals in 1861 said his Idea of success was "to get there fust- BHt wi»h the mostest."—Detroit Free Tress. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen'.** Font-Kase, a powder for the feet. It pure* painful, swollen, smarting, nerv ous Net. and instantly tak...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 May 1900

VOL. X. NO. 14. EVENTS OF THE DAI Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. r KRSK TICKS FROM THE WIBEB in lnt« r.-«liii|C Collection of Items From 11,.- Twit ll«Hilni>herea Presented •■■ • t on<! kil Konn. President McKinley has selected Pule to be the first governor of Hawaii. 1 •vMinistfr Denby gives American missionaries credit for the open door in China. 1 ire at the town of Gladwin, Mich., flertmyed 16 buildings, causing a loss oi $50,000. The north half of theColville, Wat-h., Indian n-i rvatiou, has been opened for settlement. Chicago landlords have formed a combination and rents advanced 15 per t nt immediately. Charlei 11. Allen was inaugurated as mvernor of Puerto Rico with impres live rrrt'iiionies. Fire destroyed the Hasting shingle mill at Gotten, Wash., together with 1,000,000 shingles. Tlir transport Sherman arrived at Ran Prancieeo from Manila with 22 in- Hiiu' Boldien on board. Carpenters of Omaha are out on a Itrike. They demand an eight-houi day and iuc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 May 1900

San Juan Inlander, CULVER JIIIOSm Pobllrtietriit O. 11. d|TJ V 1 itditor, R-h;:.<- Harbor. I. N. ii i vi. Hiisincsn M«r., I'rulay Harbor. Rnterod i»t the pbstbulco In Friday II iri> i-«■•• ■»11 • I «■!«>"■ mat] matter. siiwniii'TioN thick, |I.M "i- ir. strictly in ndvancr. A»)VKUTISIN<: KATKS: DiMitay -i li«« tulsi 81.00 per inch per in >ntii. 25conta I- Tin. h. mi- week.sin .j;.. .• ! unti mooHiircniont. i liii- hi-i;i -- locals, »no notices, „.,..', ms U'il'lt'l, I'.-r Salt*. OtC. 10 cents p «r ;j „. for !'■ hi in«»orllon and .> cents per Unoairh \v.><-(< thcreaftor. i^ril v >ti" ■>. -i! cu>t'»in:iry Ioe:v1 rates. Vllcnmntunlmtkmsto Tiik lsi-ANnrit hutHt bo »ljfii«««l with Hi" immo of th« writer. not n«cofWKirlly for nnbiloation, h it i-.i cunrnntooof good faith. The Official Paper ol San Juan Connty. T!l|-|:s|i.\Y, MAY 10, 1!KH». Tin: Review of Reviews for May puiili-iies the announeemenhi of MO <^i-( at conventions, Bongraawi »nd other gath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 May 1900

fi OCALAND PERSONAL. \,u line >■>' Mitsaiul Cmjh at Martin II IVI . : , I ...k a! o:ir li-i" of Shirt Martin A- Jensen. „,,]..,. w. h. Thaetcer went toWhat- I eft by "" business. \|.. Jmiii - Krankland returned 5at .,,„,. her Seattle visit. . v l_. orace Albert begad a summer „! mhool a! Lopcx M»)iulay. I „. Tlioiii|Mtaii look a shlpmenl of f Hfliry island luesd;iy. !• \'.. '» recital tomoriw (Fri , , , ;ihi;: :il ( kid Fellows' hall. mid pivc Uh your order for a made Martin & Jensen. Mr. am! Mrs. <'. It. Carter went to \V!i:iii'"in on tin." Thompson yesterday. Tln« Iml'" 1 i monthly and weekly mag .,/in,- nr'-iv^l at this office almost daily. \\ ,i F"V\ !'■ went to Seattle on the ; ,|,-M!i. Tuesday, on a short boat* |„ ' i. in; by the dish, quart, gallon ■live your orders at Fowl's . : 11:1 : ■ I:. - |i Mid-Melon returned home , urter an extended stay at ; .viiscud. \. 11. Pratt, of Wlfatcoiri, is vi-iim^ In 1'" filter, Mrs. Titos. Kinsoy, „t Kiwliu Harbor. mil Mrs. Ro...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 May 1900

MY BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY Weak W»u.«u Mad* Happy by Lydla B. rittkhMni'* Vegetable Compound - Letter* from Two Who Now HaTe Children. •' Diab Mm. Pixkham :—lt was my ardent desire to have a child. I had been married three years and was childless, so wrote to you to find out the reason. After fol lowing your kind ad vice and taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- L table Compound. I be- came the mother of a beautiful baby bboy, the joy of our "home. He is a fat, healthy baby, thanks to your medi cine."— Mbs. Minda Finklk, Roscoe, N. Y. From Grateful , Mrs. Lane V "Dear Mrs. I PINKIIAM : — I wrote you a let ter some time ago, stating 1 my case to you. " I had pains through my bowels, headache, and backache, felt tired and sleepy all the time, was troubled with the whites. I followed your advice, took your Vegetable Com pound, and it did me lots of good. I now have a baby girl. I certainly be lieve I would have miscarried had it not been for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. I had a very ea...

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. — 17 May 1900

VOL. X. NO. 15. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKIISK TICKS FROM THK WIRES An I ill. r-.-sllnj: Collection of Item* From lli.- Two If Upturns Presented in :i <<>ii<l<»ii»4«'<l Form. Painter* find puperhan<.'ers of Tacoma ], ;n , won their strike for anhorter day. Russians and Chinese clash in Man diuria, many being killed on both sides. Admiral Dowey attended a reception by the colored people at Memphis, Twin- Antoria will ofler a bounty for seal ncalpfl i» order to protect the salmon industry. Ibe -teamer Tosa Maru has arrived lit Seattle from Yokohama with 700 more Japs. The bill for Alaskan lighthouses prob aHv cannot be passed at this session of oongress. Incident McKinley sent birthday oongrataUtfcMM to the crown prince of Germany. Two penMM were burned to death by the destruction ol the American hotel ut (itin-st'e. N. Y. Sew Vork'H naval reserve refused to iccept the navy department's offer foi a cruise and practice. ( Ind...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 May 1900

San Islander, <l'i,\ m MHOS., riiblltlirr*. <>. H. CULVBa, Itditor Ko.'.e Harbor. V. H. Cri.VlvK, Iliixjn.*- M«r., I lay Harbor. Entered at Mm postofllce In Friday liarboron»ooondclaMi mall mailer. SI ITMItH'TION price, iK'ryeir Strictly in advaaer. AOVBBTnIMO u.vtics: Display 'tan Hnf iml4, $1.00 per Inch per in on tli. JJficonts per inch, per week, am Mo m iitmn 'inoaHiiriJinont. lloailinl business locals, and notices, minting W.nKo-l, For Salo, ''<<-.. 10 fonts por linn r<u- d- st Insertion »nd i cents per li-i i.-li wetjft thereafter. ho,';il uoticeM, :it .• !l --ti»!ii:u-y leffal rates. ."iM'ipi.-itioiis to Tin: Isi,.\m>i:k nrixt be vj,,,..| willi the name •.of tho writ"!-, not necessarily for publication, iiii asa (aaranMe of tr«»<»d faith. The Official Paper ol San Juan County. TEIURMDAY, MAY 17, 1!H». Till: i.\kmi:»: ANI> KXPANSION. Dfoeussing the farmer's nhare In the expansion of export trade Mr. Frank 11. Hitchcock, chief of the section of Forei...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 May 1900

UK ALAND PERSONAL. j.-\, ur-ioti to Victoria May 24. Take :' ill. \,.\v line ->f Hats and Caps at Martin II lVl> M |<M»k nf our line of Shirt „!- Martin A Jensen. ■\|i- A. Ucoige is here this week !in' xtnek of millinery. l mid give on your order for a „ made -nit.- Martin & Jensen. I | ite*( monthly and weekly mag i,,ci\cd at this office almost : ,nd Mrs. ('. 1,. Carter returned Saturday from their Whatoom Mid Mrs. Harry Nichols and '„1 Seattle, are raiting friend* at •in.l. ... Stamm, of the Valley, returned , vjsji to Seattle, on the Thouip y) ii, Monday. I, < ream hy th' 1 dish, quart, gallon , .iivl. 1,. :ive your orders at Fowl's I iiUlltMltl. Shtiltx & Gross' big trap at Brand's luiv tin Hi" 1 w< si coast of the island, is Htiirly i-oiiipletod. good things left in dry goods. : ,.•■• |n nave money. San Juan ii ■ i inupany. M I T. S;n»ud was a passenger on , | ■ : ..!iii>-ii:i, Tuesday, bound for Se- II a sllrtrt business trip. Mi-. Let tie Carter retu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 May 1900

Serious Ills of Women The derangements of tho femmie organism thai breed all kinds of trouble and whloh ordinary prao tloe does not oure, are the very things that give way promptly to Lydla E. Pink' ham's Vegetable Com pound* Uterine and ovarian troubles, kidney troubles, ul Derations, tumors, un usual discharges, back aohes and painful periods -these are the Ills that hang on and wreok health and happiness and dis position. Lydla E. Phkhun's Vegetable Compound has a wonderful record of absolute cures of those troubles —a constant series of successes for thirty years. Thousands of women vouoh for this. Their letters constantly appear In this paper. Imitation of Christ. The true imitation of Christ lies not in a mere copying of the outward de tails of his life, but in the possession and outworking of the ppirit which dwelt in Him.—Baptist Union. MIAKr; INTO YOIK SHOES Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures painful, swollen, smarting, nerv ous feet, and instantly takes the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 May 1900

VOL. X. NO. 16. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. II i;s|. TKKS PROM THR WIRES \,, li.l. i •—» in ir <oll«'«-Mon of JtfiiiM Krom ilm' Two M«'Hilh|>li«t«'n rn-N«iite<l i.i :i <'<ui<l<-iim<ml l-'orm. i.iui.il lUillt-r occupied Dundee. Senator (lark, of Montana, has re i i, -i.lmt Stern's brother captured bj i ieucral Buller. limit nisli in on from Dawsontogold njrg df tlni Kovokuk. | lure i- DO hoye of action by the sen ,, t i m the .Nicaragua canal bill this jestiiou. i,. imany is seizing Congo Free State territory, and now occupies about 3,000 iquure miles. Senator Jones, of Nevada, introduced x hill making it a crime for railroads \m blacklist employes. The United States court of appeals Qolda that a boycott is malicious inter [i ri uce with business. Li Hi' lon papers want to ostracise Richard (inker in revenge for the posi tion Tain many has taken in the Boer war. |)i-!iiocrats complain of Kansas City li,,ii I Mien. Thej objec...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 May 1900

San jfuan Islander, IIH.VKK MKOS.. I'ublUh«r«. O. 11. CII.VKR, Kditor Roc'.»e H«^«- V. N. CIM.Vlik, Hu.inew Mgr.. Pnday lUrbor. K.ntoro.l at tho postotflco in Friday Harbor as MOOIId class mail matter. 11.50 per year Strictly in advance AUVKBTISING KATES: Display sUn.liiiK ads, &1.00 per inch per month. "2.">conts per inch, per \vook,Hln irlo column nioamirement. . Un.uiiiiL' bumnoHs locals, and notices, Mdl M Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per lino for »i'«t insertion »nd 5 cents per line each woek thereafter. Jj«)j(>il notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Isi<ani>kk must bo «l(fiie«l'wlth the name- of the writer, not nm-esHurily for publication, but asa guarantee of eood faith. The Official Paper ot San Joan County. THITKHDAY. MAY 24, 1900. An editorial in the Seattle Times is headed "President MoKinley Scored " That is jiiMt what he generally does and his score is hard to beat. "Wk ixiint with pritle" to the fact that San Juan county waa ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 May 1900

, (M ALAND PERSONAL. l>t. i n oyster* at Will Fowle's. \,-w line <>f Hats and Caps at Martin 0 j, i.-.n's. Mr* Barney Snyder, of Lopez, was ill( own yesterday. i.,,,f .1 M. Hatcher goes to Seattle todft) |(" :'>holt visit' „,,,. : i look at our line of Shirt W,,-:- Martin <fc Jensen. ii | SlaMery visited his place hear p,. |»aj ii<«' 'i'l**l of ll* week. , r Butler, of Loj>ez, was doing 1 „„,,,, *« in the Harbor yesterday. u r (iius. (lark, of East Sound, re in,,Hl lioiiw Monday from Seattle. <■„!! in-l give u» y<»ur order for a , „1 I wade Miit.—Martin & Jensen. Mi mid Mr* Ethan Allen, of Wal ,(,',„ were in the Harbor this week. T|]l . i.t,-t monthly and weekly mag- H received at this office almost dail.v • e a m'| Gross went to Seattle on the Tlioiii|'-')ii, Tuesday, on a short busi ness trip. \\ 11. Hmilt. of Doe Bay, made i Stuiud a «hort visit the first of tlif week. FlrecrncUern. Fireworks and Fourth of July «<«><!* arrived Monday at Wil...

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