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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 September 1896

A TERRIBLE RIDE. From the Evening Times Buffalo, N. Y. Along one of the dismal roads in Western New York, a man and wife j were driving as rapidly as the dark ness and inclement weather would per mit. The rain beat down upon the rubber covering and found its way into every crack and opening. The occupatuß of the buggy were Dean Jones and his wife, of Spring ville, N. Y. Everybody is familiar with the name. He is the well-known starting judge, who has become famous for his impartial and fair treatment of jockeys at the post It was about ten years ago when Mr. and Mrs. Jones took that fateful ride that came near costing her her life. Mrs. Jones' clothes were thoroughly ■oaked before town was reached. Their was no fire in their hotel room and she became chilled to the bone be fore the little blaze, the attendant started, warmed the atmosphere. From that time on Mrs. Jones was an ill woman. Her trouble—well, it was about ev erything with which human flesh can be afflicted. She had a str...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 1 October 1896

VOL. ii. NO. 3:;. A.C3--A.HST!! MONTAGUE & ffIcHDGH Announce to the people of Whatcom, San Juan and Skagit Counties, that they have a largre Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, - Hats, Capa, Boots and Shoes, that the greater part o f the same nm«t he sold in the next THIRTY DAYS, and in 0r ,,, ; to do so, will hegin a I! 1 CENT DISCOUNT SALE MONDAY, JULY 20. Come and Examine What We Are Going to Offer: [0 pieces Dresden Silks, 60c, regular price, $1. eg Dresden Silks, 48c, regular price, 75c. 18 pieces of .Japanese Silk, 32c, regular price, 50c. of Drapery S Iks, 50c, reduced from 75c and $1. - Pongee Si kf», 30c, 36c and 44c, reduced from 50c, 60c and 75c. 2 pieces Black Silk Moreen, 80c, regular $1.25 goods. ecea All Wool Serge, black and navy, 24c, regular price, 35c. pieces 41-inch Serge, black and navy, 40c, regular price, 65c. es ill-inch Storm Serge, 60c, regular price, 85c. Kxtra Heavy Storm Serge, navy and black, 68c, regular price, $1. 5 pieces Kxtra Heavy Figured Alpaca, 52...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 1 October 1896

aPhe Islander CILVEK BROS., Publlahen Entered at the postollico in Friday Harl>or as second Class mail matter. 'SUBSCRIPTION MUCK. $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. AIIVEUTIsIXG KATKS: Display standing ads, SI.OO per inch per month. £> cents per inch, per week, sin pie column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, ■neb as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per lino for ti-st insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary Legal rates. All communications to Tiik Zander must be signed with the name oi the writer, not necessarily for publication, but asa guarantee of cood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan Connty. THURSDAY, OCTOBER Ist, 1896. POB president: WILLIAM M< KIN LEY, OF OHIO. fob vice-president: GARRETT A. HOBART, OF NEW JERSEY. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKKT. For Governor POTTER CHARLES SUIJJVAN, of Pierce For Liemer:ani-< iovernor JOHN W. AKKASMJTH, of Whitman For Judge of the Supreme Court, JOHN P. HOYT, of King For Secr...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 1 October 1896

'OFFICIAL miIKCTOHY. STATE OFFICERB. John H. McGraw v '*<"rI1" r;'I■•ov«"nior Frank 11. Lnce ! vut-"*" I!'' ',1 ..-..James H. Price 1"' ,^ r .*. Ozro A. Bowen Li!,-,. Tremor..- W C Jones *„, l-uMi'1 ! Ilsl," r ....W T Forrest {2 Commissioner........^ _ f Doo i iule Logmen j 8. C. Hyde Congress i John L Wilson „,,r s '( Watson C. Squire . rI .KKM E COCRT. TjAnders Chief Jo**0 * f" R O Dunbar J PHoyt Justices, ]"" C P Stiles Associate J (■;.:. ElmonScott UN^orx™s. jKwinn «operior:fl [- ".'.'....Elijah H. Nash 'cpiWcleI r Fred C. Harper Joint Senator- • "... j L Murray ge P reseut»tiV€ ....A. H. gliter editor • ..CM. Tucker Treasurer • C. L. Carter . ar9 ) ' .....T. H. Nichols Couiw 5*slone ' ■ .William Graham v ' '■ W.H. Thacker attorney '■ ........Newton Jones Sheriff "" E W Harrison assessor ....A.P.Vaughn Survev^r....----- ".....Rev. T. X Dyer ?B pt of Schools 1)r . Geo. S. Wright gggggsgurt^H DW ' :THE: SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of:— mn \ HARBOR, 1 WASHINGTON. Banking Busines of a...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 1 October 1896

NORTHWEST BREVITIES Evidence of Steady Growt j and Enterprise. ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST; Prom All the Cities and Towns of the j Thriving Sister States —Oregon. The Oregon state fair opens October 7 and closes October 13. Hop-pickers around Silverton are averaging from four to five boxes a day. J Aobut 2,000 chinook salmon were re- j ceived at the Empire City cannery one j day last week. The run is the largest! ever known. Myrtle Point has a curfew ordinance. The ringing of the bell at 8 o'clock j every evening promptly clears the , street of small boys. Mrs. Mary Scott Myers, of The j Dalles, has been notified of her appoint- j ment as member of the national execu- ! tive board of the Woman's Relief Corps. The cannery at Nehalem started up last wf>ek. and the run of big salmon continued fair for a few days. The fishermen anticipate a large catch this season. Seufert Bros., of The Dalles, just shipped two carloads of fresh salmon to New York. Their cannery has been running day an...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 8 October 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 34. .A-C^-A-IDST ! 1 MONTAGUE fl McHDGH Announce to the people of Whatcom, San Juan and Skagit Counties, that they have a large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Hats, Capß, Boots and Shoes, and that the greater part of the name must be sold in the next THIRTY DAYS, and in or der to do so, will begin a 21 Pi CENT DISCOUNT SALE MONDAY, JULY 20. Come and Examine What We Are Going to Offer: 10 pieces Dresden Silks, 60c, regular price, $1. g pieces I're^len Silks, 48c, regular price, 75c. ecee of Japanese Silk, 32c, regular price, 50c. 11 pieces ■>{ l>rapery Silks, 50c, reduced from 75c and $1. 1 pieces Pongee Si ks, 30c, 36c and 44c, reduced from 50c, 60c and 75c. 2 pieces Uiack Silk Moreen, 80c, regular $1.25 gooda. ; pieces All Wool Serge, black and navy, 24c, regular price, 35c. : pieces 41-inch Serge, black and navy, 40c, regular price, 65c. 3 piece? 46-inch Storm Serge, 60c, regular price, 85c. Extra Heavy Storm Serge, navy and black, 68c, regular price, $1....

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 8 October 1896

The Islander CULVER BROS., Publishers Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, 11.50 per year Strictly in advance. ""* ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, |LM per inch per month. Hi cents per inch, k »er week, sin gle column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, •uch as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for tist insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tun Islander must be signed with the name> ot the writer, not necessarily for publication,, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, OCTOBER Bth, 18%. ML- ■ for president: WILLIAM McKIXLEY, OF OHIO. FOR " vice-president: GARRETT A. HOBABT, OF NEW JERSEY. BEPUUI.ICAX STATE TICKET. For Governor POTTER CHARLES SULLIVAN, of Pierce For Lieutenant-Govern or JOHN W. ARRASMITH, of Whitman For Judge of the Supreme Court. JOHN P. HOYT, of King For Sec...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 8 October 1896

"~ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. John H. McGraw (i.ivcrn"!' ;;V"vpriior Frank 11. Luce t.'.i;.'"'" 11; state James H. Price iS*"? °i r N' r Ozro A. Bowen caw TreMttrer,-.-.- W C Jones Swroey «ef^ r i7tion:Echaa: W. Btan BaptP«blic Sner WT Forrest fjfd Commissioner........^., H. DoolitUe r^nsuien j S. C. Hyde g B »tor» i Watson C. Squire arPKKMK COURT. . *l T J Anders Ctirf Jo»uce f" R O Dunbar ' J P Hoyt 1-ocU te Justices, •! ■" C P Stiles **» w I•- Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . c,," J It Wmn superior- "c ■- Klijah H. Nash County ( lerit Fred C. Harper joint S*l^" ;;; J. L. Murray gpr«9eaUtlV6 A. H. Bitter auditor " CM. Tucker treasurer • ' C. L. Carter . orH J "■" J.H.Nichols o(,Kin» BSlone ' ] •" ..William Graham \■■ W. H. Thacker ,\ttorney ■■■"' Newton Jones iitcriff '""" „ ..E W Harrison assessor . .A. P. Vaughn «.urve.v"r ....•••■- ".""....Rev: T. I . Dyer jl«pl of Schools Dr .Geo.S. Wright P^CSTPJ <*nri~M D Alliuos SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of:— rIIDAT HARBOR, WIS3IXGTO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 8 October 1896

NORTHWEST BREVITIES _ Evidence ot Steady Growth and Enterprise. ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST From All the Cities and Towns of the Thriving Sister States -Oregon. Wood is being sold in Athena at j $3.50 a cord, and is scarce at that. A number of proprietors of stores in Astoria have begun closing their places of business at 7 o'clock P. M. Captain Krause, of Company C, Pen dleton, says that the members of the company will soon qualify as sharp shooters. This will give the company a good showing at the encampment, should there be one next June. The irrigating canal on the west side of Hood river valley is nearing oomple tion, and will furnish water for irri gating that entire section. The canal will carry 2,000 inches of water, and was constructed at an expense of $20, --000. The First National bank of Heppner sold 27,000 pounds of wool last Satur day for 6 cents a pound. One hundred and sixty thousand pounds is all of the >, wool that has been sold in Heppner j since the wool blockad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 October 1896

VOL. 0. NO. 35. f ONTAGUII McHDGH Announce to the people of Whatcom, San Juan and Skagit Counties, that they have a lar^e Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, (/ar!>e!^. Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, j»nd that the greater part o f the name must he cold in the next THIRTY DAYS, and in or ticr to do so, will begin a !! Pi CENT BISCOUNT SALE MONDAY, JULY 20. toe and Examine What We Are Going to Offer: 10 pieces Presden Silks, 60c, regular price, $1. 3 pieces Dresden Silks, 48c, regular price, 75c. gee of Japanese Silk, 32c, regular price, 50c. 15 >,ie<rs <>f l>rapery Silks, 50c, reduced from 75c and $1. eces Pongee Si ks, 30c, 96c and 41c, reduced from 50c, 60c and 75c. 2pieces Biark Silk Moreen, 80c, regular $1.25 goods. ;pieces All Wool Serge, black and navy, 24c, regular price, 35c. 2 pieces 44-inch Serge, black and navy, 40c, regular price, 65c. ea 4'i-inch Storm Serge, 60c, regular price, 85c. Kxtra Heavy Storm Serge, navy and black, 68c, regular price, $1. \ ra Heavy Fi...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 October 1896

The Islander < TLVER RK«W., Publisher* Entered at the postoffice in Friday llarf»>r a* weeond clans mail matter. si bs< kiition mac |l.soperjr«er strictly in advase*. AIJVKKTISINC; KATK-; Display standing ada, $1.00 per inch per month. 2& cents per in«:h, per week, sin pie lama measurement. Reading buwlnc— locals, and notice*. «uoh as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per lino for ti--<t insertion and 5 cents per line 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, but IMS guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Joan County. THURSDAY, OCTOBER l'uli. !««. Ron pbbsidbst: WILLIAM McKINLEY, OF OHIO. y<,n VICB-PBESIDEXT: BARRETT A. HOB ART, Or STEW .JKK.-KY. HKI'I IJMCAN HTATK TICKFTr. For fmvernor POTTER CHARLBS SULLIVAN. of Pierce For Uentenant-4 tovarnor JOHN W. AKKASMITIf, of Whitman For Judge of the Supreme Court. JOHN P. HOYT, o...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 October 1896

pi! BENEFIT Queers and Laborers Not ' Helped by Free Coinage. ._ : FUNCTIONS OF MONEY n Speech by Senator .J. W. ptt*Ct „. „,,. the Mount Tabor polP" '' • , , Pei>ub!ican Club. . ,!■..,! of the advocates of * ; , of silver is that the ;'vr-: .". r would, if the country basis, receive more for his '"" , t -,. e farmer would receive • v ;. ,t and cotton. But a -n f . c tion will convince any one . -,i The wheat and cotton 2»:, . . he W orld v. mid, with free , ;! v. r , continue to be abroad. of wheat •"ll tton would be *•'' ".'".'„,;) in Europe by the supply and I, ,viM make no difference to ""'.', „,r whether the purchaser of ■• ;r , s ,i,,w exchange on Liverpool % paid him in gold, or whether - : '. r : ..,;,! ar.<i bought silver and ■■."V.'i'f equivalent of gold in silver. &. - s supposed that payment in dollars would be a benefit to the -: producer he can secure the A-"r v ' aJ,',V , lW i.y demanding payment '-""' rroiuct in half dollars or by meas 'Jf.^3Jtl wheat n» a ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 October 1896

Supplement THE ISLANDER CHKSDAY OCTOBER 13, !«•* BRYAN'S INDIA FAKE. His Repeated Assertions Concern ing India Wheat Proven False. HON. JAMES BRYCE SPEAKS. Denials by Members of the English Parliament and a Prominent London Merchant In the speech delivered by William Jennings Bryan to the farmers of New 'rork assembled at Chautauqua, the In dia wheat fake was revamped by the silver candidate for president. The as sertion made by Mr. Bryan in his Omaha debate last May that the Eng lish speculators could drive great bar pains in buying silver and trading it for India wheat to the detriment of ihe American farmer was reiterated and embellished by his fervid imagination bo as to create the impression that ihe decline of silver has made India the most formidable competitor of the ""Xnierican wheat and cotton growers. As usual. Mr. Bryan talked at random without taking the trouble to acquaint himself with the actual facts. The Bee now has the facts and the fijrnres that effectually explod...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 October 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PTATE OFFICERS. .... John H. McGraw Governor. —• Frank H. Lnce Sut«n»nt Governs James H- Prioe -<r- v "f £'* Ozro A. Bowen SutflTre««urer^ w c Jones J^tflStruOtton Chas. W. Bean Rapt I>|11'" •dinner W T Forrest uiv\ Commi«»* oner -7- w >. H. Doo , Utle „ , irr .**» < S. C. Hyde I m* j John L Wilson BS tor« *, Watson C. Squire BCTMMMM COURT. „ „ T J Anders rhief •tl<e 7".- R O Dunbar "■ J P Hoyt . ia t<> Jnstiees, ■> c P Stiles A'* 00 I '." Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. „,_- J It Winn cuperior-jy • • Elijah H. Nash County < lerk Fred C. Harper Joint senator; j L Murray gpresentative •••■•••••• A H Slite laditor CM. Tucker Measurer ■•— c l Carter . „.,.,, } " ; J.H.Nichols Comnus slonerM' 1•- .William Graham v ■■' W. 11. Thacker jtftofljfy ""'' Newton Jones Sheriff "■■" c W Harrison .-■ si ■ • ....A. P. Vaughn Surveyor-.---- "///....Rev. T. I. Dyer Snptoi Schools Dr> Ceo s _ Wright g^r"uSCourt^.H D Alliuos \ ' -: THE : SAM JUAN COUNTY B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 15 October 1896

ADOPTS AMERICAN MODE* Wife of New Japanero Minister If«« Discarded Native Drees. Among the recent additions to diplo matic circles In Washington are Min ister Iloshl of Japan and his wife. Mrae. Hoßhi is about 33 years of age j and of the most pleasing personal ap pearance. She la short, probably 4 feet 10 Inches In height Her dark hair Is very abundant, her large brown eyes are soft, yet bright, and her com plexion Is clear and rosy. In dress, her costume is that of the American woman, yet as she ha* only recently j laid aside her native gowns, her ward robe of western robes Is limited- She has placed herself in the hands of a tutor, in order to master the Intricacies of the English language, and by next winter will no doubt be able to pre side at a tea in the most approved style, JAPANESE MINISTER AND FAMILT. as far as conversational ability Is con cerned. Mme. Eioshl has been married ten years, but there Is only one child In the family, a boy of 6 years of age. His name Is Hoshl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 October 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 36. #& j^^!l "TP* W W .A-G-A-IIN"!! MONTAGUE & McHDGH Announce to the people of Whatcom, San Juan and Skagit Counties, that they have a large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, ?nd that the greater part o f the bmm must be sold in the next THIRTY DAYS, and in or der to do fo, will begin a I! FES CENT DISCOUNT SALE MONDAY, JULY 20. Come and Examine What We Are Going to Offer: 10 piece" Dresden Silks, 60c, regular price, $1. 8 pieces Dresden Silks, 48c, regular price, 75c. 18 pieces of Japanese Silk, 32c, regular price, 50c. 15 pieces <>f Drapery S Iks, 50c, reduced from 75c and $1. 4 pieces Pongee Si kf>, 30c, 36c and 44c, reduced from 50c, 60c and 76c. 2 pieces Black Silk Moreen, 80c, regular $1.25 goods. I pieces All Wool Serge, black and navy, 24c, regular price, 35c. : pieces 44-inch Serge, black and navy, 40c, regular price, 65c. 3 pieces 46-incb Storm Serge, 60c, regular price, 85c. 3 pieces Kxtra Heavy Storm Serge, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 October 1896

HPhe: Islander CULVER Bi:os., Publishers Entered at th<- postofßee In Friday Harlwr as second claw mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION THICK, f 1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING ICATES: Display standing ads, 81. per inoh per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie column measurement, Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for trst insertion and 6 cents per lino each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Isj,anukii 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 County. THURSDAY, OCTOBEB 22nd, 1898. you president: WILLIAM McKINLEY, OF OHIO. FOR~vici:-rKi:sn»KNT: GARKKTT A. HOBABT, OF NEW JERSEY. REPUBLIC AN* STATE TICKET. "For Governor POTTER CHARLES SULLIVAN, of Pierce For Lioiitenaiit-Covernor JOHN W. AKKASMITH/ of Whitman For Judge of the Supreme Court, JOHN P. HOYT, of King For Secret...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 October 1896

Supplement THE ISLANDER.": "! HI"HSI)*Y OCTOBER UJi. 18OG. FROM BRYANiII Political Notes and Observations ironi the Fopocrat Candi date's Own City. nusinoss men are studying the money question. Mr. Bryan has seen tit to 1.1! his audiences over anil over again that the business men of the country are against free silver partly because they don't know anything about the question and partly because they are dishonest. In this Mr. Bryan misleads his follow- '[ ers and misrepresents the business men. j It may be true that what is called free silver agitation started lirst among the ; farmers rather than among the business j men. but later the business men have , road the free-silver literature, have read ! both sides of the question, until at the present time the business men of the | nation are thoroughly informed from a • business standpoint and from a nonpar tisfln standpoint on the money question. : It is probably true that the politicians ■ that oppose silver are moved by prejudice ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 October 1896

BRYAN AN AGITATOR. HIS EFFORT ALONG THE LINE IS TO STIR UP STRIFE. Soiiip ..r ■!■ Ki-<J PI«C Kxpret»»ions— An Apo»tl«- of l>i»<o>tt«-iit who Seeks to Ar ray C'tits* Ajj.ilnst < l»*s. Mr. Bryan apparently started out with (he Intention ■>( discussing the coinage question :is a question of pore finance and statesmanship. In bis Madison Square Garden speech he said nothing which cooW be construed as an appeal to prejudice, unless perhaps it was bis dec laration iliai "there can be no sympathy „:■ co-operation be:ween the advocates of a universal sold standard and the advo cates of bimetallism. Between bimetal lism—whether independent or internatioiN :il—and a gol 1 standard there is an im passable gulf." The question at issue in i lie present campaign is not. as Mr. Bryan would have the public believe, be tween bimetallism and tin- gold stand ard: ii is between bimetallism and the silver stain! ml. But win Mr. Bryan commenced shaking without notes the undertone of hat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 October 1896

. THE:- SM» JUAN COUNTY BANK , IW T HAHBo'IT WASHINGTON. 1 ■■'■ ■•''■ goli< ited. ,v Orders on all parts of the I M ' ' anolication. Deposits of 'reived and interest paid on I ;its . oAN on improved Farms for ■/. v! \ 1!> • paying at the end of " ■- .>■• md principal payable at P?£ garboT. fr* 8' President .viiF'K CLARK . vice-Preside* t lE c olVl-:V- Cashier fjj^^^-^ 11 7orVour Faefs Sake i j^Th Your Ear 1 f Try a Pair of Our Men's I^gSSSHOES ( I pointed, Round and Nar row Square Toes. j ( 1 iV (»r,uoi Be Duplicated Any i. ' " ■vvbe'-e for 1 f For Loss Than §3.00. I L FAMOUS SHOE HOUSE ( I Railroad Arc nad Holly St. i , sEff }\i\.wm, - WASH. I ■ —' 77 _ ,"^,,,i,ii T ■ —-»i •^^^L^ — Do you Know^ ICY PRICKS ON ! IX L STEEL RANGES Are lower than any where cl*? on Puget Sound. If you wish tomvt money get my prices on Granite Ware, Tinware, i Builders* Hardware Haying Tools, Cordage, Axes Etc. I buy for cash and sell for cash, conse quently cannot be indemokl. A few fiyer's Spr...

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