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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 June 1900

Women Think About This In addressing Mrs* Plnkham you are com municating with A Woman A woman whose expo* rlcnoe In treating female Ills Is greater than that of any living person, male or femalom She has fifty thousand such testimonial letters as we are oonstantlypub' listing showing that LydUk E, Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Is dally ro licvinp hundreds of suf fering women. Every woman knows some woman Mrs* Pink ham has restored to health, Mrs, Plnkham makes no statements she cannot prove. Her advice Is Lvdia E. Plnkhatn ireOa Med. Co., Lynn. MaM. Two Old Growlers. The One —Now, you know well snough all women are artificial. They «re never natural. The Other—But you must remember ;hat it is natural for them to* be artifi cial, m your assertion does not hold.— Indianapolis Press. Try Allen's Foot Kitse, A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At :in« season your feet feel swollen, nervous and lint, anil get tired easily. If you have smarting feel or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Kase....

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. — 5 July 1900

VOL X. NO. 22. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of th .■ Telegraphic News of th*. World. T|;i:Si: TICKS FUOJi .!nK WIRES i ' _ '. \ H»*liilrrr«tlng Collection «»f Item* From ,1,,. | «<> ll«!ii>lH|>liere» Pre* "lit* 1 : in v ('<»■.<l»*ii>»«ml Form. " ; " , . Ruffians are moving 30,000 men to „•«!•. I Sew Chwaug. Democrats of Arkansas nominated jell Davis for >vernor. St. Louis strikers now believe then only hope lies in boycott. '■ . An attempt was made to assassinate Emperor William of Germany Dr. Jameson has been elected a mem ber of (he Cape parliament. Two deaths and many prostrations from heat in Pittrfbug, Pa. _ Hot weather ana no rain is disas trous to cr"i>H in North Dakota. Storms played havoc with the crops at The Dalit*, Or., and in the vicinity. Steamer Cleveland anived at Seattle from Some. She reports five wrecks. Heavy rain and subsequent floods are doing great damage in British Colum to- " , " \ ':'.■ Director of Posts in Cuba Rathbonc ba« now been...

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. — 5 July 1900

San jfuan Islander, QULVP.n IJKOS., TiiMNher*. On C\ i.vkk. Kditor. k<h-:.i- llnrbar F N CI'UVBR, PiurfneM Mgt In.i.iv Hmbor „,,..,.,,..! A | ti,,. postoOee in Kriiluy li ..i. i asaoeondclaaainail Matter. SIIIiSCKIPTION THICK, ||.5O n■•ryt'.ir. : Strictly in advance ,VI»VK!tTISIN«I UATKSi Pisnluy ii|an(tina;ada,ttJl per Inch month; iS&cenia poriui;h,i»Hr week,■!■• cltt nclumn iitoaHnrompnt. I! >i!inf bn«ln«Ms local*, and.notirca, b:iqli M Wnntfl I. K«»r Male, «•!<•., 10 cents par lino for list Insertion and -> conts per lin• on -ii .<«■'< thereafter. Lot ilimtlcoaTat customary loffal nitoK. All .•:i:n:.i:i.!i> Tin: Isi.andku must lie -it-nil with the name of tho wrltor; not i.- • Mily for publication, i> it mi Knaniotceof coo<l f-iitli. " v\w Official Paper ol San Juan County. T.lirilSD.V V , .HI.V ft, HM a UVTUT roLfTlcs. The political reporter of the Seattle Ti:ncH seems to take especial pleasure in exploiting tlie operations, partly r.'.il but large...

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. — 5 July 1900

lOI VLAND PERSONAL. v „„■ line nf i i.its and Caps at Martin ,v J ■""'""• . ! I worth returned home ', ,-„ S-Mlll.'. Vl . „ itok .it our line of Shirt x v,i!''. 'M:irini a .Jensen. , 11 \ , ; 'hi. of West Sound, was -„ t.iwii Hi-- first of the week. . .; „1, Sweeney was in Seattle on Jihu^lliclirhtoftlie.woek.^ „.I nnd ive ii* vv»ur order for a \*. '. ,;,.„!,. „il Martin & Jensen. ; r! ,;..-i tumidity and weekly mag .''' ' , v ,.,| at ihis office almost gzint" daily* , . i;,,ss is l.uildinga large add! , in lilh residence at the head of - „ , (D'iilaii returned Monday on- TlioinjMon from a short business ;;;;,;„ >, : !u-K'. , v ( •,.,,.,, ,, i.v (lie dish, quart, callon iHinl I i..ive your orders at Fowl's "!,!•! rouiitaiu. „• „„,. itckhl tiling left in dry -goods. -. ■(.] i; „i,c |o save money, San Juan TiadiiiK ('""ij.:iiiy. y v . win. LUllehhd three daughters '' mwUnii :l lew days this week with triewlxnl l'«rl Townseiid. \\tf i linil•■« Woods, of East Sound, u.'nlV.iS'.-i...

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 July 1900

FOR WOMAN'S HEALTH Earnest Letters from Women Re lieved of Pain by Mrs, Pinkham. "Dear Mrs. Pinkham :—Before I commenced to take your medicine I was in a terrible atate, wishing myself dead a good many times. Every part of my body seemed to pain in some way. At time of menstruation my suffering 1 was something terrible. I thought there was no cure for me, but after taking several bottles of Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound all my bad feelings were gone. lam now well and enjoying good health. 1 shall always praise your medicine."—Mrs. Amos Fks< hler, Box 226, Romeo, Mich. Female Troubles Overcome "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: —I had female trouble, painful menHes. and kidney complaint, also stomach trouble. About a year ajro 1 happened to pick up a paper that contained an advertisement of Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable cSta pound, and when 1 read how it had helped others, 1 thought it might help me. and decided to give it a trial. I did so. and as a result am now feeling perfectly well. 1...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 July 1900

VOL. X. NO. 23. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of XV Telegraphic News of th-. World. rRRSK TH'KS FROii .11K WIRJCS /In liilfr<'Hllnii Collection of Item* From Id,' Twit ll<'iiilw|ili<T«-H l'rt'tt Mitt 1 in it Coh«lon«ed Form. Twenty thousand Chines;) solders uiv flitliiu I'ekin walls, 10,000 outside. Admiral Ketnptl reports that the Ore; pon i- not m a dangerous position. Hi,. Herman minister at I'e.kin has !„.,•» killed mni other fetation* are un ,i,. Beige and btnrving. The cruiser Philadelphia arrived at \-\,,w.i t<> tnke part in the Fourth of j u i v r< lebmtioil there. The steamer Dunn be m rived at Na ■timo, H. ('•• five days from " Skngway. with -1(| passengers and $70,000 in gold duct. As » last Impl' of saving foreigners in lVkin, tin- powers imiiv now threaten to destroy the graves of the imperial aucectorrt. Fire destroyed the largo soap and fertilizing plant of tho Walker-Strut man Company at Pittsburg, causing a lost of $76,000. \ scandal in Klondike. Gold ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 July 1900

San jfuan Islander , OULVKR IIIIOS., Publl«hVr». jTrirct'LV'liK, lvditor, >t<? c 1 ' Harhor F. N. CUI.VI-K. Hu-»ii»rinMgr., Friday Harbor " Knt.M-.f-i i»t ttio portoflloe In Friday H:irlx»r uhs'«^>u»l elii'w until niHlter. su«sckiit*<» ruicii, 1 .50 por yo-.»r Slri»tly in adrancr. AI>VKKTI»INO HATKM: Display ■fdIWH ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 9B>oollta per im;li, nor week, sin gll» <•( lIIMIII ino:isnron»fiiit. . Holding business locals, and notices, such as W.iMtc 1. For Silo, etc., 10 cents por linn for (Vat insertion and 5 cents pur tin i,'ii wi'i-k thmvnfter. li'»-j il notice*, sit .•iis|.»ui:iry local rates. Allcominnniwrttonsto TirK Isi.aspkr in ist bo siirii"«l with the name of tha ivi-itcr, not ncH'cssiirily (or publication, hit a* a irn:ir:lll(c«'<>(' good faith* The Official Paper oi San Joan Coanty. THUItSI>AY..Tl TLY 12, HM>». THK STATK I'AMI'AIOIf. A recent bMM of the virulent little Illaiue Republican, reported to bo edit ed from Sea...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 July 1900

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. N . „v , line of Hats and Cans at Martin A J t null's. .. . I" W. <'«">k visited Seattle a few ,I^'tiihweek. tor tlii* week. Mi- i: '!'!'. " Seattle, is visiting ;at „.,', Sound this week. „ „. 1 1 ink at our line of Shirt Waists. Martin & Jensen. •V i,. v Warner, of Seattle, was in , iurimr the lirslofthe week. ' Mr Harding M. (low, of Seattle, is riSiiiga- Had Sound this week. mm \V II Cadwell, of Ballard, is •.iiiim friends tliis week at Lopez. II lll( | pive us your order for a ( 'I, m „!,. suit. Martin & Jensen. , IVM ('liniment of West Sound, ade I'"l (t/ ; , visit the last of the week. pacw ' • 1 it Carter shipped 820 sacks of oals 4eiilil«-**oii tin- Thompson last Tues iy. ■ : • ; Vi- M T. Kummei* returned MOll -j.,' v |pi:n :i "I""'1 business trip to Se- Bftl t -IV |,|, monthly and weekly mag .*' revived at this office almost dally. MHllill, of Seattle^ is spending a : * ( j a ..j, ;i 1 X Ist Sound this week visit lag friends. Mr . o :n• ll...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 July 1900

The Turn of Life This Is a crltioal period In the Hie of every woman and no mistakes should be made* Tha one recognized and reliable help tor women who aro approaching and passing through this wonderful change Is I LydU E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound j That the utmost rellanc can be placed upon this groat medicine Is testl» fled to by an army of grateful women who have been helped by It* Mrs* Plnkham, who has the greatest and most successful experience In the world to qualify her, will advise you free of chargom Hor address Is Lynn, Mass. WHtotohor. <irr:»t«»t Hhigln Ktiemy. President Swonnsou. of I'.ethany col lege, Kansap. says, in the Sheldon edition of tho Topalta Capital: "The American saloon, open by law and license, is our greatest single enemy of decency, morality and religion. Our prohibition laws close that Ha loon and kill that foe. What greater praise could wo atter?" *Try Allen's Foot Knnn, A powder to be shaken into the short. At tins season your feet feel swollen,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 July 1900

VOL. X. NO. 24. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of th - Telegraphic News of th. World. TKRSI. TH'KH FRO* .'riK WIRES An Int.•!<»<'"« Collection of Hems From tli<- I «<» lli"i»lH|»lii'r«;N Proa -nit -1 in it • "ii«l« M-itl Form, j Boers have retired from Senekal. , British stormed and took the town of Bethlehem, Dew* retreating. The empress dowager a<»ain holds the MkM of government in China. Three men were killed by the explo fion of h boiler at an oil works in Astoria, Oregon. Hi- total casualties of the British, as 1 result of the 15oer war, up to date are 4H,lss of&cen and men. St. 1..-iiif street car strikers again hive their busses running in opposition to tho Transit Company. The French ship L'Aquitaine has sailwl from To>ilon with 850 infantry mid artillery for China. New York tailors are again planning a bi^' i-trike. Contractors are violating agreements m:ide several years ago. Dr. Charles F. McDonald, the organ* izer of our postal money order system. died a...

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

San jfuan Islander <mii.vi:k imos.. MMMmM) 0 M eUI.VKK. Kditor KocJ.e Harbor I*. N. Cl i.\i;k, Hu«iin*H A»gr.,^nday Uurbor *KiiTererr ill the (XMtoHice In Friday Harbor Msecond '-lass mail matter. rtUfMOKimOM nuci:, $!.,-.» per Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATKS: Display Btandlfiß ■■»[-<. $1.00 per inch per month. '-'Mints per inch, i"'r week, sin trlo <•(" IllTllil measurement. Reading buslriaifi I>«mN, and notices, Hiich M NVnnted, For Sale, etc., 10 rents per lii»" for frst insertion and 5 cents per )|| ,1.-|| wr>ek thereafter. Local notices, ntcustiimary lecal rates. All communications to Tin: Islanukh must lie Hlgrnml with tlio name oi the writer, not lurossarily f'<«r publication, but aaa <in:irant«H'of good faith. r The Official Paper ot San Jnan Coonty. THURSDAY. JJIA' If, IMM. ri>KisiN<; or tiik (MIMMn pkoiik. "The gravity of the situation can only be understood by giving due em phasis to the fact that this seems to be a movement of the Chines...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 July 1900

lor ALAND PERSONAL. P»w line of Hats and Cups at Martin '^Jensen's. „ ... a look at our line of Shirt \\!i'i~ Martin A Jensen. n Kiii«*y, of Roche Harbor, was in V.l'vui on luirtiness Tuesday. „ |. S.iflHger returned Monday |( ; ili: , business trip to' Seattle, it,- |„-.mili Sweeney spent Sunday, itl i».ri !'••» i'-i'"(i visiling friends. v , < (....hind made the Queen City bullies* visit U»« last of the week. nil . lll( I give »h your order for a (jjhiMiiaile suit.-Marliu & Jensen. Will K<»« I' 1. ° the Green Front store, Ul .,ii to Seattle the tint of the week. U I'M I I" ' Mi<s Mary Ktnedley, of Doe Bay, was |u 7l,c UartK)r a few days this week. The latent tiionUily and weekly mag i!^ r ,.,]\,.| at this office almost daily. .. M.'l Summers spent Sunday I J^Ule, returning Monday on the 'l'l,«,iu|'-"i>- U j | I'.nm* and son, Louis, of v., . in town Tuesday and [ (M >nli Sweeney returned home Mon ,iiv afKT ,ii absence of two weeks on a biMtKW trip. [ppCn'juii by ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 July 1900

THE HEALTH OF YOUNG WOMEN Two of Them Helped by Mrm. PlakhaMS — Head their Letters. "Dear Mrs. Piskham :—I am sixteen years old and am troubled with my monthly sickness. It is very irregular, occurring 1 only once in two or three months, and also very painful. I also suffer with cramps and once in a while pain strikes me in the heart and I have drowsy headaches. II ther* is anything you can do for me, I will gladly follow your advice." — Miss Maky Gomes, Aptoa, Cal., July 31, 1898. •• Dear Mrs. Pi n h 11 AM : — After receiv ing your letter I began the use of your reme- //] dies, taking both /,*! Lydia E. Pink- / ham's Vegetable Com pound and lilood Puriner. lam now regular every month and suffer no pain. Your medicine is the best that any suf fering girl can take."— Mips MAltr domes, Antos. (a!.. July 6. 1899. Nervous and Dizzy "Dear Mm. Pinkham :— I wish to express my thanks to .you for the great benefit I have received from the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. I suff...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 July 1900

VOL. X. NO. 25. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of tlr. World. TKKSK TICKS V\U>»t »rliIC WIRES |iit«'i •-! i"H Collection «>f Heine From • In- Two llfiiilM|>li<-r<<i« Pr«N -ill* < i.i ■ Cor'lenaed I<'tv:n l.hu'iii. Tex., was demolished by a fyclone. '*t Uxiii Transit Company refuses to arbitrate with the strikers. Chicago Chinese, having just learned 0 [ the trouble iv China, are greatly ex cited. Twenty persons were prostrated by beat at New York. Temperature 100 decree?. Foreign warships have their guns trained oil Che Foo, in anticipation of an outbreak. / Fleet of the revolutionists has been captured by (tovernment forces in Co loinbiiiu rebellion. The big steel plant of the Federal Steel Company, at Lorain. Pa., has been closed down, throwing 4.000 men out of work. Two transports, with 1,200 officers ami men, sailed from Manila for Taku. The hospital ship Relief has also been ■at to Taku. Mrs. Elisabeth C. Tolman, wife of Geaeral J. C. ...

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. — 26 July 1900

San Juan Islander CULVKR lIKOS., Publlaliera. 6. K. CULVKR. Rditor Roc!»e Harbor F. N. CUI.VKR, Uumiicm Mgr., Friday Harbor Mntereil at the postotllce in Friday Harl>or as nocond class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, yi.so per year .Strictly in advance. AUVKKTISINO RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. *i»cont» por inch, per week, sin cio cclumii moanuroment. Itoariiiig business locjilh, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents Mr lino for HsL insertion Mil conts per lino ciu'li week thereafter. J,««'i«l notions, at «Mistomary legal rates. All communications to Tmk Islander must bo signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, bat as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper ot San Juan County. TIIUII*U>AY. JULY 20, 1900. "A woman cannot be a vagrant, be cause woman was not made to work," was the novel decision of a jury in Chi cago recently. The case on trial was that of a woman twenty-six years old, who, it was charge...

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 July 1900

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. vi B. Noftager is in Seattle on bUSI- Nt .w Hoe of Hats and Caps at Martin MM IdettiM K»*ler lea Tuesday on (1( ; Thorny.! lor Seattle. „,..,, a look at our line of Shirt MM* Martin * Jensen. v >ii,L. the call for the Republican i;;!;: convention in this issue. .. || „,.,1 .rive us your order for a tJjor-ma.le suit.-MartJn & Jensen. „ (ici> S. Wright returned ftom a „,,..1,,.,^ visit to Loper, yesterday. ,1,,. latest monthly and weekly mag- JS recced at this office almost daily- icecream by the dish, quart, gallon , r barrel. Leave our orders at fowl's %&& Fountain. come good things left in dry goods. A .lihu'C to save mouey. San Juan Trading Company. 1 it) Bergman, the Argyle merchant, Jut to Tdcooia and Seattle on a busi ness trip this week. Mr nil Mrs. Alex Hall and son, of Roche Harbor, were visitors in town the l^tol the week. QuaGuiinerrtMi, of Roche Harbor, n . llU 1 home from .Seattle, on the flKNOpsou, yesterday. County Surveyor Vaughn ...

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 July 1900

The Truth about women's Ills oan be frankly told by one woman to another. Rom&mbor that Mrs. Plnkhmm Is a woman. Remember that her advloe and metilome have oured a million women of weak' nesses peculiar to their sex. Remember that no man ever sees a letter written to Mrs. Plnkhmm for advloe, that the letter Is omened, read and an swered by women, and no testimonial ever pub' llshed without spool/ permission. Remember that Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is the recog nized safeguard of wo man's health. Remember those things when some other remedy Is suggested, and remem ber them when you want advice. Mrs. Pinkham's adJrcss Is Lynn, Mass. "If Any Man Will l»o H«« Will." HMM are days of intense intellectual activity. To lie accepted a proposition must !>e I packed by incontestable pcien- titic proof. Because of this many earn est souls Heem to lind themselves hin dered in that spiritual growth and fel towsttp for which they long and strive. It is well to remember that logi...

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. — 2 August 1900

VOL. X. NX). 2«. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News cf thf. World. TKIISK TICKS FBCii .'riK WIRES .■" ■'••;; :i-' t^ '"'■ An lnl«'i -I inK Collect of Items From •In- Two HfiiilM|>lia-r«*i4 I'rci -nit , ' i,i ii Cm i«'i.M*-«' 2?cviii> • $ f . KA^i/ ]V : i,•»• reign* in Venezuela. Colombian rnvoltuiuuists have cap tuicd hiiiiiina. lloooluln Cbinene will ask powers to restore Kuiperar Kwttag Sui. '•Aunt Mary' 1 Walling, 1 a pioneer, died «t Aunty, Or., aired 82 years. : - There was a .stampede from Juneau to the new placer diggings on Glacier bay. , .- ' Militiamen have been called out to quell the striking Rsnermen on Fraser bvWi B. C. \ family (if six went hathinz in a shallow lake near \ entura, Cal., and uu'.y one lives. The brigadier-generals who will wrve ■■der Chalfee are (iraiit, Harry pi Wilsiiu. D. Alexander, a prominent business man of New Watcotu, .Wash., \;meij death by asphyxiation. ' i'{*>'■ lmirmit of ■ party of five prospect ors loht tlu-ir live...

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

San , j(uan Islander CULVKK BKOS., Publisher*. O H. CuZvBR, Editor, Roc'ie Harbor F. N. CUIA'KR, Business Mgr., Friday Harbor" Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second clans mail matter. MUBSCBIPTION PRICK, 1.50 per year - .Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: Display stendinjj ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 26 cent* per inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. ( ! f Reading business locals, and notices, such'as wanted. For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for tJ'st insertion and 5 cents per no ouch wftek thereafter. Loijal notices, at customary local rates. All communications to Thk Isi.andkr must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper ol San Jnan Comity. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1900. THE ACCIDENT OF AN KMOTION. One of the best summings-up of Bryan appeared iv the New York Sun. This is it: '•The Bryan of 1890 was the accident of an emotion, a young orator of scarce ly more than the requ...

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

lOCA L AND PERSONAL. t V e * li"« of Hats and Caps at Martin w H. Dexter, of West Sound, was jn town Monday. iMeoh Sweeney went up-Sound on bin«B Tuesday. R-nubllcanH, attention! Don't forget lk flprlnmrie- Saturday. ur ami Mrs. George Gibbs moved to #y*ooa last Saturday. Ui^ Eva Philip. of Eaßt Sound, was ,„ ,be Harbor Saturday. ir.va a look at our line of .Shirt *£» Martin * Jensen. «. Stroiid, of Deer Harbor, is agent for Catarrh Remedy. v \V Heenan.ofOlga, was in the Hariwr 'last week on business. Friday Harbor Drug Company keeps Catarrh Remedy for sale. Tnhn Kelly is over from Port Town- J£i this we* visiting )i is family. Call and give us your order for a tjiior-iinide siiit.-Martm & Jensen. The W«* monthly and weekly mag willt^ received at this office almost daily. Miss Ci raff, of Seattle, who is teach ing school at Ureas, came up from the city Mouday. [otCrfff* by the dish, quart, gallon or Snel. !>•*• your orders at Fowl's K )ii jMiuiitmn. Soe good thine* left in dr...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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