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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 May 1900

FOR MiOOLE-ACED WOMEN. i*wo Letters from Women Helped Through the "Chanjro or Lif*" by Ljdla K..l'lnk» ham's Vegetable Compound. " Dear Mm. Pixkiiam :—When I first tvrote to you I was in a very bad con dition, I wits passing through the change of life, and the doctors said I bad bladder and liver trouble. I had l iffcred for nine years. Doctors failed to do me any good. Since I have taken Lydia E. l'inkhams Vegetable Com pound, my health has improved very much. 1 will gladly recommend your medicine to others and am sure that it will prove as f/a-at a blessing to them »s it has to mi."- Mrs. Gko. H. Junk, 901 lKKalb Are., Brooklyn, N. Y. Relief Came Promptly "DkakMks. Pixkham:—l had been under treatment with the doctors for (our years, and seemed to get no better, I thought I would try your medicine. My trouble was change of life, and I must say that I never had anything help me bo much as Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Relief came almost immediately. I have better health no...

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. — 31 May 1900

VOL. X. NO. 17. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News cf the World. i;i;S!: TICKS KliOM THE WIRES \ M IntiTi-oJinK <<>H«'« >»i«>ii of Items From tin- Two llninl«i»h«re« Pri'sniited in ;i Ciiii<l« Form. British nro within 40 miles of Jobannef'iorjj. Modi lamber is goiuj; to Cape Nome Iron) I'oget Bound points. Kidtiii'-' in St. Loois prows worse. •ji,,,, nun and a girl wounded. \-liiiiiil, Or., lias <iiiarantiued ic»iut.t v.vi lranciKco Chinamen. Republicans of Alaska denounce Gov kdy, and ask for his retirement. I'eiiulilican leaders do not favor „; il, i VVaflhbam, of Minnesota, for yja prefident. legates will cot be admitted lo the floor of the senate. Their mis* ,j on i> a failure. The Iron Dyke mine, in Union eoun tv Or., lias been eoMI to Pennsylvania pa'rtiei for $85,000. William li. Hearst, of the San Fran ,!„,, Kxaminer, predicti the inaugura te -i of Bryan next npring. Mexican goveratneat is still lighting ti» Ya'juias, additional troops ...

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. — 31 May 1900

San Islander, citr.vru iim***.. rii»iiuinr». O. H. Cn.Vl'K, Kilitor K.k'..c HnrlK.r. V. N. CTI.VKK, BMbMMMgr., IriiUy HarlHjr. Rnteved at Ike poatofflce in Friday Harbor us second class mail matter. M lis< UII'TION riIICK, fl.. r»Opor v««:ir .Strictly !■ :i«lviinrp. Al)\-KHTISIMi KATKS: Display standing 81.00 per inch per month. 25contS pnrineli, per week, sin v|e no l'ltiiii measureniont. Keadinc buslnew locals, and notices, Btich M Wanted; For Sale, etc. 10 cents per line for t i - -1 insertion and 5 rents per liiieeich week thereafter. IiOg:il notices, at customary legal yaw*. VII communications to TnK [si,.\M'KK must be Htgned with the name of the writer, not uocessarily for publication, but as a guarantee <»•' eood faith. The Olllcial Paper ol San Juan Connty. THURBDAY, MAY 31. 1!«n>. Last year there were sixty-eight railroads, representing 9,042 miles, in the hands of receivers. During the last Democratic administration the average for the three years, 1804-90, was 17...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 May 1900

U>{ \h AND PERSONAL. Eastern oysters at Will Fowle's. jfew I'lll' of Hats and Caps at Martin & Jensen's. The Bruni brother*, of Lopez, were „, „,am y«-l T.11.V I live a look at our line of Shirt Waists. Martin & Jensen. IV. E. Sutherland, of Orcas, was a rfoitor In town Tuesday last. 1,,1,11 ( ollrlt, of Lopez, was in the Harbor on business, yesterday. S M. Gordon, of Shaw island, was In' the Harbor the first ot the week. j.,-,,(■. J. M Hatcher returned from Seattle, Monday, on the Thompson. < :l || and nive us your order for a tailor-made suit.—Martin & Jensen. \Yni"i) Creed visited his mother, at put I'owii'iiid, a few days the past 111, latest monthly and weekly tnag ,.,- ;h I.ccivfii at this ofiice almost daily. I recrackera, Fireworks and Fourth , goods arrived Monday at Will |.',, w le's store. 1,., < 1:1111 by the dish, (juart, callon „, i, ,i 1 vl. I. aye your orders at Fowl's ~,,.h l-'till 111: i 111. \. K. Hall In airiin able to look after t.i» turn wo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 May 1900

Backaches of wt omen are wearying beyond dcs oHptlon and they Indicate real trouble somewhere. Efforts to bear the dull pam are heroic, but they do not overcome It and the baokaohes oontmue until the oauso Is re moved. | L)dh E. Wafcham'i Vtgtibk Compound | does this more oortalnly than any other medicine* It hue boon doing It for thirty years. It Is a wo man's medicine for wo man's Ills. It has done muoh for the health of American women. Read the grateful letters from women constantly ap pearing In this paper. Mrs. Plnkham counsels women free of charge. Her address Is Lynn, Mass. Metal never rusts* in the waters of lake Titacaca. A chain or anchor can be left in it for two weeks and it will be as clean and bright as when it came from the foundry, which is probably owing to action of some of the chemical salts in the water. BHAKK INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-Kase, a powder for the feet. It cures painful, swollen, smarting, ncr ous feet, ami instantly takes the sting »>n. of corns...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 June 1900

VOL. X. NO. 18. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News cf the World. II USK TICKS I'liOM THE WIRES An Iml.k »' Collection of Item* From Ik- Tun ll« ml-plii res I'r<-H(int<*<l lii ii <'fiii<]«-iiH«'«l I'orm. Many Chinese sire said to be coming c ,,,tli in mi San Francisco. I'anio ini'l confusion are saH to pre vail everywhwf* in the Trunsvaal. The Northern I'acilic Railway has naked for a franchise iuto Beliinghum I my. It'll her, of I<>wn, may loom up prmniuenty for McKinley's running mate. Hit; nipreme court has decided igiiinft lVwey in the Manila bounty C.l-I'. 1 -ii'ty ,lji]ianose have l)een denied Unding at Taconia, tho result of a rigid Inquiry. The Bteamship Brecoushire arrived at Taooina from Yokohoma with 155 Japanese. A hill lias been introduced in the bouse providing for retaliation against Germany. Republican congressmen are said to be fearful of losing the house in the coming flection. Rev. William Bcecher, a Mormon pre:icuer, blew out th...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 June 1900

San Juan Islander, CULVER MHOS., Publishers O Hi ort.Vl-K, Editor, *«c.C Harbor. V. N. CII.VKK, UuhincM Mgr., Friday Harbor. Entered nt MM postofflee in Friday Harbor us second claaa mail matter. SUIWCHU'TION I'KICK, $1.50 per your Strictly in advance. 1 '- - — —— ADVERTISING katemi Display ntandlnj( ada, §I.oo"per inch per mill, li, .•en's per in*-li, per week, sin- Ul:< .•<!ii!H!i moaKuremont. Kruliii" btwlnoßS local*, mid notices, such as wanted, For Sale, etc, 10 cents nor line (at (I'M insertion and 5 cents per line each wotsk thereafter. Lezal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Till: Inl-andku must lie aiglMd with tho naino of the Writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper ol San Juan Connty. TIIUKMDAY, JUNK 7, 19W. <;i:ttin<; MMtHOUm thkoat. "The i>eop!e who cannot let well enough alone are ever with us," ob serves the St. Paul Pioneer Press. "Whenever a goose is found laying gol den ec;gs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 June 1900

liOCALAND PERSONAL. Eastern oysters at Will Fowle'a. V lino of Hats and Caps at Martin I Jensen's. George Lawson was a Whalcoin vlsiU»r tula week. U, V( - ii kwk at our line of Shirt iy"f*t*. Martin A Jensen. (fell and give us your order for a laiior-niade suit. -Martin & Jensen. • Andrew IVtrie. of Stuart island, was 1,, til*. Harbor yesterday on business. Hi, latest monthly and weekly mag azines received at this office almost daily- Robert Hilling, of East Sound, was a visitor to Hit; buy cities the first of the week. Firecracker", Fireworks and Fourth „l j u Iv goods arrived Monday at Will Y&tw* Btore< 1.1, veil tons of potatoes were shipped from Argyle to Seattle on the Thomp v.,l., Tuesday. (V Cream by the dish, quart, gallon or barrel. Leave your orders at Fowl's Soda Fountain. <„„„. good things left in dry goods. it chance to save money. San Juan Trading Company. Hewn-*. C. B. Cantine and C. D. ..irl.ii, of Lopes, were visitors in the Harbor yesterday. Hun. John...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 June 1900

"MY OWN SELF AGAIN." Mn. Oaten Wrltrs to Mm. IMnktiMß, Koll.m»< Her Advice and It Made Well. "Pear Mi.". Pinkham : - For nearly two and one-half years 1 have been in feeble health. Aftermyhttlechild came - -=*y-* • it seemed I could not ;et uiy strength again. I have chills and the severest pains in my limbs and top of head and am almost insensi ble ut times. I also have a pain f just to the right of breast bone. It is 30 severe at times that I cannot lie on ny right side. Please .vrite me what you ,hink of my case." — Mrs. Clara Gates, Johns P. 0., Miss., April 25, 1898. ar Mrs. Pin kit am: — Ihavetaken LydiaE. Pinkham's Vege table Compound as advised and now send you a letter for publication. For several years I was in such wretched health that life was almost a burden. I could hardly walk across the floor, was so feeble. Several of our best physicians attended me, but failed to help. 1 concluded to write to you for advice. In a few days 1 received such a kind, motherly letter....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 June 1900

VOL. X. NO. 19. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKRSR TICKS FROM THE WIRES An Int.-rrxliiie Collect Inn of Item* From th« TWO ll<*ml»i»h<-r<>* Presented iii it Condensed Form. Colombian rebels threaten Panama Maryland Democrats have declared for Bryan. Otis lias landed in San Francisco and is on Ins way to Washington. Rather thai suppress the Boxers, Chin* means to light all Europe. The Republicans were generally sue cental in the election in Oregon. George Murphy, a Brooklyn bridge builder, was drowned near Kngene, Or. The wife of ex-secretary of state John Sherman, died at Mansfield, Ohio. Cahaa frauds are now known to in volve an amount something like $500, --(Mill. Boxen ate said to be approaching lien Tsiu, intending to attack the city. The house has agreed to the $5,000, --000 appropriation to the St. Louis ex poiitioo. A medical diploma '"factory" was raided in Chicago and its officers are in jail. Lord Roberts has entered Pretoria....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 June 1900

San Juan Islander, ni.VKK nKO<*.. ruMUlier*. nH. CUI.VKR, Hdttor, ... Roche Harbor. K." N. CUUVER, £*& Mgr., Friday Harbor. Bnlered at H»p postollice in Friday Harbor as ■ »"il HM mail matter. SI'HSCKirTION I'KICK, $1.50 per year .Strictly in advance. AOVKKTISING KATKS: Display stunilinn ad«, $1.00 per inch per month. Sfroent* per Inch, per week, sin jrlo ,•, iiiiiiri measurement. Raadinc business locals, and notices, ■uoh ai Wanted, Por Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for It-«t Insertion and 5 cents per lino each rnmuk. thereafter. Lent notices,-*! customary legal rates. ill communications to Tin: Isi.am>kr must be signed with the name of the writer, nut necessarily for publication, but mi guarantee of «ood faith. The Official Paper ol San Juan County. THURSDAY. JUKE 14, l!*>i. It is InlcifW'lm to f°»'Pare *nu length of various famous sieges with Mmf« king: Khartoum, 340 days; He b-istopol, 3'J7 days; Man-king, 210 days, Paris, NI7 days; Kimberly, 123 days; I'k'vna, M da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 June 1900

j,o< ALAND PERSONAL. Eastern oyster* at Will Fowle's. School elosw "t Xewhall next week. \ ( w lino <>i Hat* and Caps at Martin A Jensen's. Have •< l"(lk at our l'ne of 'rl Waists. Martin & Jensen. Call and give us your order for a ji ur .utade suit.—Martin & Jensen. \lfn<l Douglas went to the bay cities Monday for a few dajrw 1 business visit. \ p. Vaughn, of West Sound, was a visitor "in the Harbor the first of the week. I!,, latest monthly and weekly mag •i/inis received at this office almost daily. |n|iii K''Hey, of i*»>rt Townsend, is mm relatives and friends in the HarlHir. II ii. John S. McMillln was a pass enger for Seattle on the Thompson, Tuesday. |„ racket I*, Fireworks and Fourth , moimls arrived Monday at Will |-'„v l-:'- -tore. 1,., ■ rwuii by the dish, quart, gallon „r barrel. Leave your orders at Fowl's „!;, Kountain. Some good things left in dry goods. A , linn' 1 t<» «aye money. San Juan Trading Company. l», 11 < ludmers, of West Sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 June 1900

A Busy Woman is Mrs. Pinkham. Her great correspondence is under her own super vision. Every woman on this continent should un derstand that she can write freely to Mrs. Pinkham about her phy sical condition because Mrs. Pinkham is A Woman and because Mrs. Pink ham never violates con fidence and because she knows more about the ills of women than any other person in this country. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured a million sick women. Every neigh borhood, almost every amily, contains women relieved of pain by this great medicine. Ordinary chimney soot is an excellent fertilizer and should be careully saved. That from coal is superior to that from wood. It contains nitrogen, and is beneficial to all crops. It is disliked by some insects, and is used as a pre ventive of their attacks, for which pur pose it may be more profitably applied owing to the small quantity produced prohibiting its use extensively as a fer tilizer. SIIAKK INTO YOUIC MOM Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 June 1900

VOL. X. NO. 20. EVENTS OF THE DAY • Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. U iivi TICKS FROM THE WIRES An Int'Ti.tins Collection of Item* FroM tin' Tvn Hemisphere* Presented in :i Condensed Form. 'ifteen hundred Boeis surrendered to General Brabant. Half the town of Frances, Wash.. was destroyed by lire. San Francisco's Chinatown will be released from quarantine June 22. France talks of joining Russia and Germany to restore order in China. Boera have evacuated Laing's Nek, RU'l duller is encamped on Joubert'a l.inn. San Francisco Chinese have won an other case against the • board of health of that city. The steamer China arrived at San Francisco from the Orient with 556 (.iiiuii-e merchants. Mrs. George 11. Baker, widow of the poet ami ex-minister to Russia, is dead at her home in Philadelphia. ['ostmatter Graham, of Salt Lake City. Utah, was convicted of unlawful itation and lined $250. Americani at Chiu Kiang are in f | Tutcftion, as a large number liuxen l'.ave halted at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 June 1900

San Jmn islander, COLTISH BROS., T'uMlshjm. O. H. CI'J.VKW, K.litor. RocUe Harbor. P. N CUI.VKK BttriueCT Mgr., Priday Ilarbbr. i.;.,i ■„ i M i ii< po itnfllnfl in Friday Harbor us . •■• in I el i- - mail matter. .-; KtTnAOßirrroM ruici:, per year. ... Strictly in advnncr. smisiica kati^s: Display s("i"i Una ads, $1.00 ro - Inch Mt montn. :25conta :,.•■■ per.woek;sln >;!i> (vlutnn inoasuromont. It Miin - i'ii-'wicss |oc:;ls, and notices, HV.cU ;i- \V.ritr> !. K»r ;-':iK\ Otcj 10 cents p>r !i:i>- for list Insorilon ...-.I 5 cents per iin(Tcac!i vrnok horoa lor Local „ .|;■••..: i ,•!?-;.>:!i:M-y lo.^iil ralos. AUcommanliTitions to THK Isl.\ni>i:u ni-isi I;.- .-,. .: with the name*of tba wrltor, not neccsaarily for nubllcation, buttuta cwanteoof itood faith. The c..,.: Paper ol San Juan Coßßty. TirUUSDAY. JUNE 21, !!«». ADI kXTAOn «>l' FAKH in::. One of the advantages of (arm life, say* Farmers' Guide, is Its healthful ness. Statistics show that the farmer'i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 June 1900

|iO CALAN« PERSONAL. r . »j ititing, Fireworks at Fow!e<. N -.., s line of [{at* and Caps at Martin «JtfiwenV. 1 ji \ „'i i-1 i:; Seattle this week i • ri . , 1,...,'.; of Roche llmb:ir and \,.Vii:ill , i.,... tomorrow. \ ■ !i:iii „| Vi, i look :ii our line of Shirt W-ii'-K Martin & Jensen. I j,. ( .5. ( f P■•■r Harbor, was in tottii yesterday 011 business. V y summers went to Whatconi „; ' ti ' ;l . lV „,, a nhori business trip. ,•.,11 : nl give us your order for a , noMiiade :,,! -Martin & Jensen. IMtrifU Welch returned from What „„ the Buckeye yesterday after noon. , j,(,.,). monthly and weekly mag ,■ • lvoil at this oflice • almost daily. ,'uga Brooks, of Bcavcrton valley, • int ilie first of the week in Seattle on bibiucsf. I j; Carter shipped COOsacks of bats t.S'uiil' 1 r»u the Thompson the first of tlieweek. ' l>i,1:1 !<•'-. iin works and Fourth (i.i.ily i<"xi-. Headquarters at Will ;•„■!> l'\--1< ■!•«•. IceCrßiHi by the dish, quart, gallon „• i,,v,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 June 1900

KIDNEY TROUBLES OF WOMEN 111 m Frederick's I < «<• '• Show How She Railed on Mr*. IMnkham and Wm Oared. " Dkaji Mrs. Pinkham :—I have a yellow, muddy complexion, feel tired and have bearing down pains. Menses have not appeared for three months; sometimes am troubled with a white dn»rhartf,.. Also have kidney and blad der trouble. I have been this way for a long time, and feel so miserable I thought I would write to you and see if you could do me any good."— Mies Edna Frederick, Troy, Ohio, Aug. 6, 1899. " Dear Mrs. Pinkii a m :— I have used Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound according to directions, and can say I hare not felt so well for years as I do at present. Before taking your medicine a more miserable person you never saw. I could not eat or sleep, and did not care to talk with any one. Now I feel bo well I cannot be grateful enough to you for what you have done for me."—Miss Edna Frederick, Troy, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1899. Backache Cured 41 Dear Mrs. Pinkham :—I write t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 June 1900

VOL. X. NO. 21. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. H i;SI. 1H KS FROM THK WIRES | a littii'i"ti"K <'"ll«M'tion of li.-m- Froaa Id,' inn lli'inii|>li«T«-« Presented in ;i < oiMlenxecl Form. Two thousand stand of arms have been given up by the lioers at Pretoria. 1),,. Imttlo-fihip Oregon and 5,000 American troops will go to Taku at AtiK-ri.'an ships took no part in the bombardment and seizure of the Chi poM [orti at Taku. \ medal Hcssiou of congress may be railed. I lie situation in the far East leetnl to demand it. Three <if the forts at Taku were com pletely deatroyed by the bombardment from foreign ships, and the British vea wlscaptvnd four Chinese torpedo boats. Mi>. Beteridfe, wife of United Statei geoatoi Be%*eridgt, of Indiana, died in ,\ taaitarium at Dansville, N. V., ol beart failure. Shb had been ill several IliiiUtllH. Hall of the business portion of the city of I'.looiinngton, 111., including live squares of tlm finest business...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 June 1900

San jfuan Islander, ,1 i,\i:n lino*.. i*ui>ii-«ii»Ti». ii 11 it I.vi K. lMitor. Ki>c:.c Ilnrbor. p. N. CCIVKH, ■«■§•«• Mgr., Friday Hnrbor. ,;,,,,,,,.,I at Urn postoflliso in Friday Harbor an second clohsi mail matter. ■v ««l M-U HITTHtN l*lil*:K. $1.51) {lor year '.. .Slri.'tly in M-lvanrr. ADVBBTISINCi lIATK.S: Di^pl ; «y RtaiidiiiS sds, $1.00 i>rr Inch per month. *25<jonta per Inch, per week, mn l'li> iv itiinn moasureniont. ' 11,. 1 line lms»nean loc.ils, »nd notices, li'nali ml XVantotl, l'<»r Salo, <>tc, 10 cents l) ( ir line for 11-st insertion add •"> cents per Ii itch week tlierondor. [jd^al notlccH, at customary le<rai rntns. \ir.-.i||iiMlini<:lti<>MNto Tick Isi.ani>i:k must be rig I with Hi- name of tho writ not necessarily for publication, 1»111 as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper San Joan Til! lISDAV, JUNK 28, 10O). uimiia—iiowii IHSTKICTIXO. II is announced that the census piui merntion In this Ktnte Is practically...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 June 1900

MR'AIiAND PERSONAL. Kl:u ,_, limiting, Fireworks at Fowles. N . rW || i Illiquid Caps at Martin v \.,fi-'<r wont to Seattle the firVtofthei X- •V <>. Clark visited his ranch, at _. Sound, Sunday. ■I V( . H look .it our line of Shirt \\"ist«. Martin & Jensen. Win Bratton, of Deer Harbor, was In tuuii the llrst or the week. M, mill Mr*. J. T. Strand, of Deer Harbor, en In town Tuesday. <■,!! tntl give us your order for a ( . I(il .. m . i <l•' -Martin & Jensen. • ,1 vV Ten.plin.of East Sound, spent SilunUy an i Sunday at Whatcom. Ti | a test monthly and weekly mag ,.■,„.» received at this oflloe almost daily- Martin Mi liny went to Port Town .jiijnu [In* Thompson; Saturday, fora B ltorl v'kit- 1... crackers Fireworks and Fourth In. Headquarters at Will 1,., i iv.vii I.v the dish, quart, gallon I/-live your orders at Fowl's : militant. ,• |.;. Can lino, of Lopez, brought nVl> r ji small cargo of extra line straw* berried Tuesday. v () ,ii(. good tilings left i...

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