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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 October 1900

San jfuan Islander -. (II.VKI! IlltOS., I'ublUlicr». fi if i-riVKK Kdilor Roc'.e Harbor Si N Coivßß,Bu»l.«M Mgr.. Friday Harbor- Kntorcd 1111110 poMoilice In Friday H:irl»ur a* second class mail matter. " gunmanl rum THICK, $1.".I) poryc\r Strictly in advance. AI»VKRTISIN<i KATES: Display stand ing ads, tLM per inch per month, accents per inch, per.woek;sln-r irti' <•■■ liiin ti inoasuroniont; Itjulintr buatnwM lombs »n*\ notices, ■unh Wniitol, Sale, et<>., 10 BMHI pr Mil" for l> <( iincrtion and 5 cents per line each fM thereat!"!-. Ji"^,il notices, at customary lejral rates. All communications to Thk Isi.andkk nn*»t bo ■ifflMd with tho name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, b.it as a •guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper ol San Juan Coonty. TBURMDAY, OCTOBEH 11, MM, REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. .„ For President, WILLIAM M'KINLEY For Ylce-Presidcnt, THEODORE ROOSEVELT KKITUMCAX STATE TICKET. For Oovornor; J. M. Fiink — For r<ieuteiuuit-<i...

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. — 11 October 1900

JO( a AM) PERSONAL flicks, ol«>ck shelves and valises a Mirrors ami looking glasses, from 5c ■ !".'•• „» :.t Ko«rle*«. ,■ • w;^ '„ " v ... a ' I.«»k »l olir line of Shlrl „ 1 H>k :•! out line of Shin xll&l 'M«rllu Jensen. f toilet articles for sale bj U gCo. » mil lino "I" ntlilter goods for sale b> £%!?«* Dru^Co. v ... will I'hkl :<H tl»e neoessary school tut Will Fowled store. .fi I ,||j<,. Culver Imi been re i!'£,l .'. i,-nli the Newliall school. .. rug**" 0 "" ' t , ,1 ..,1,1 „j V(. „s your order for a (:l!l '„.,. suit-Martin &Jen«en. t :i»!■ •'"''' • „,, „,,..1 „.)|.iiliirpa|H'r-l>ound books fl ,r^ie by 1.. Kriday Harbor J»ru«Co. , „. your »nler for photographic .upi'a'i- *•!»«• Hie Friday llarbor Drug c,.. , I iil.iii rvturncd Monday from I,Ui trip to Auburn, Tacoma and Seat tle. \ru< \iiihkli Clark and her brother, j,,|,n7"'t ''"I" 7 ' went to Seattle Satur day.' iMiaTlininnann took sm boxesofap -1,,. f,,,in Wand points to Seattle Tues day. : Th( ...

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. — 11 October 1900

Nothing In the Wide World has such a record for mb solutely curing fommim Ills and kidney troubles as has Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. Modlomes that are ad' vertlaed to oure every' thing oannot be spool flos for anything, Lydla Em Plnkham's Vegetable Compound will not cure every kind of Ml' ness that may afflict men, women and children, but nroof Is monumental that It will and does oure all the Ills peculiar to women. This Is a fact Indisput able and oan be verified by more than a million women. If you are 8 1 ok don't ex periment, take the modi' cine that has the record of (ho largest number of cures. LydU X Pinkham Med. Co., Lynn. Mats. In Philadelphia a young woman who played ghoet gave up the ghost from the blow of a brick. Which seems to argue that it may be safer to rock a boat. DON'T GET FOOTSORE, GET FOOT EASE, A powder. At this season your feet feel swollen; nervous and uncomfortable. II yoiHiave smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It rests and co...

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. — 18 October 1900

V()!j . X. NO. 37. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. r gltSK | X KS FROM THE WIRES i luitTt miliik Collection of Items From .;,,. l mo ll«inlHi>h€'res Pres Vltl i i.i it Coriei:«ed ;-'■-.-iu> v. p irva ii ponclnded hi* tour of Illinois. Cecil liliodes will re-enter politics. The empress dowager is said to be ill. Roberts will name his own succes sor. -v; - Coiville Indian reservation is opened („r settlement. Roosevelt spoke to an immense audi- IPCfI in St. Lunis. Canada w>!l sel* crown mining gUoifl hi Klondike. i,.in ml Brooke urges reorganization of tin' ainiy mi modem lines. Conger lias prepared a list of Chinese official* that should be punished. Idaho Sol'lier* 1 Home was destroyed | lV (ire. ('"*' i»m»te was suffocated. The American ISible Society fur nbhtw ;i list ol missionaries killed by Boxen. General .Mae Arthur reported to the war department that the transport HoxecrauH and the transport Argyle arrived at Manila with .Light Batteri...

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. — 18 October 1900

IYOU CAN DO MUCH BETTER -A-T| 1 - ■■-■-.■•;; THE FAIR of NEW WHATCOM. 1 I This store places before the people one of the largest lines of CLOTHING, SHOES, DRESS GOODS, SILKS, SILK | WAISTS, TAILOR MADE SUITS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, MILLINERY, CAPES, JACKETS, and FUR | B COLLARETTES to be seen anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. There is no place in this section of the state |g M where this class of goods can be purchased at figures as low as we are selling them daily. 1 Wit We realize that the country adjacent to Whatcom is being flooded with cheap- J^ ■*»,» M HI fj^ 6" "**^. * ly gotten up dodgers and circulars in which are quoted prices said to be cheap. |r^ H ="* $ *%. t We have checked over a number of these trashy statements, and In Every In- JF__._\ «i Si % FJkißy- stance We Have Found Our Regular Selling Prices As Low And Often Lower X rMin & S Wfc % & Than What They Claim Are Special Bargains. Such statements may mislead a .5L ; fir || W. ®s&. x^^ few, but it will on...

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. — 18 October 1900

|(M a AM> PERSONAL. School to to begin at Newhall October •it. • ■ ' ■ -' Clocks, clock shelves and valises at Fowl* 1*- Mirrors mhl looking glasses, from sc. 1 *■ ,n :it Fowle's. nt > I" •-■ ' iTava si |.«»k at our line of Shirt w£t» Martin & Jensen. ill kinds "I toilet articles for sale by (1) i l'ri.lny Harbor Drug Co. »mil line of rubber goods for sale by J Friday Harbor Drug Co, . Had J"»» B. M«'MiUin is expected JKftom Alaskathis week. v m will linn* all the necessary school Jbpaal Will Fowle'sstore. ,■,ll iiml give us your order for a J,;;;!,;;;^ suit-Martin & Jensen. r c OehUn went to Seattle Sutur touts*" 1 fora few days' busines visit. rpi,-latest popular paper-bound books fjs.k'l-y the Friday Harbor Drue Co. . ( lV( . your order for photographic guppliea ..-itl> tlie Fri(J ">' Harbor Drug O Democrat!* 1 headquarters have been fsUibhsljwl in rooms over the post dllii'i'. The latest monthly and weekly mag- Bl j lies received at this office almost daily* ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 October 1900

A Woman's Mistake It Is a well-known fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured more women than any other remedy. It therefore must be the best possible medicine for female ills. But some women make the mistake of thinking that they will try some thing cUe, •imply because it is new. That mistake Is often a fatal one — fatal to the health and happiness of the experimenter. Is it not foolish to risk the possible results of such experiments? Is it not better to depend upon a medicine which has been tried successfully for thirty years, and which has never been found wanting 1? Do not therefore lot any one persuade you to try some thing which they say is just as good. It cannot be just as good. Mrs. Pink ham's Compound is the best, and there can be only one best This is not a mere assertion, but is a positive fact, admitted by hundreds of regular physicians. Rely on your own common sense. •ml Mrs. Pinkham's life-long experi ence, and you will make no mistake. Don't experim...

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. — 25 October 1900

VOL. X. NO. 3S. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TERSE TICKS FRO* THE WIRES An Interesting Collection of Items From *** Two H«-mUpheres Pres » »t» 1 In * CoE'lenned ifci'm- ' V. Signal '-on* mi'u were sur Prisied by T««ilf in Nt-uva Kcija province. Treasury Dciaitinent may station a Chinese interpreter on l'uget sound. Krvan epuke to a packed house in Madia)" Squaio garden, New York. (Wieen Willieliniim anu )uuces her btbrothal to Duko lleury of Mecklen- Ijgrg-Schwern. Andrew Cjirungiehus presented £lO, --000 to the town of Uawick, Koxbnry, county. Scotland, tor a public library. Captain ]•:. K. Kwing, of San Fran cisco, manager ol the Welchbacfc Lamp Company, committed suicide by Inhaling £**■ lv the province of Smolensk, Russia, there ii held every ;hreo mouths a lot tery in husbands and wives, who are chosen by the chance drawing of a lot tery ticket. Two nieii were killed and one fatally injured I y tho derailment- of a freight train on the Chicago...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 October 1900

San jfuan Islander CULVKIt IIIIOM., I'nl.lNlier*. O. K. CtTLVK*. iMilor, RoC.e Harbor. V. N. oil \ IK. UusiiicsH MRr.. I'riday Harbor. " kiitcreX~tit'tl>e po«UH»e« i'» Friday HarlK>riui»o«m<Jriii»« mail matter. Kl/INCICIITIOW l'i:iCK, >1.-,fl|, l Tyr,.r -Strictly In udvnncr. AI»VKKTISINO KATES' Display sfiii.lit.u-«'K?I.<W i>cr inch per month; ftOBMI porhifrh, p.-r vv«'pU.hiii ffll» 11111 111 moasiireniont. „ Ikwlnww lot»»lM, MdfnatM shall ■,* \V:ml'»l. Lfor S;ile. el.-., 10 rents nor lino i'»r ir ■ -■( Insertion Mid *«■«■ I" ' ii-i «<•» -li lit ri';iri"r. |y<>^il nntleoi* ( at customary leg*' ****• \.llcommuiil«MUmwto*T»M I>»i.ani»kr must be ilfnod with thp iiium- of the writer, not noctwsarily tat (publi(»timi, but .is:i trti-»r:iiitoe of good Wth. Tne Official Paper oi San Joan County. THUKBDAT, OCTOnBR 2.% 190". WHAT AKB niK WAICM IWflWoatltl In this state seem to be pinning their entire hope of hucccss In the pending election upon fooling the peopl...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 October 1900

, 0(;A i, ' AND PERSONAL. . u . v< cJ<»ck shelves and valises at fowled' . „. |>„u<:lrt« and little son went-to ion**' r* i > VVhateoMi Monday. u«\ee H,.ti«n was In town for an Ii( •;;;',; ",„.. m....«i:..v. .. ..,,.,-. a"'l l'>"'<'»!-' glasses, from sc. jj.,^,l „( Kowle's, iil> i" •• — ' • . . .. .... „ i .ok ■•'< our line of Shirt vv "£!« Martin A Jetiom. ... kin«ls of toilet article* for sale by the Friday II."1 Drug Co. . flI line »f ruWter goods for sale by theFri.liiy Harbor Drug v ii will Hud :ill the necessary «chool ''„,. ; ,i Will I'owlcV store. i»n-cripii<»ns carefully compounded HarborDruf o*. KhprifTFlrtli made a business trip to „,,,!,• I hi- we**, via Wliatcom. .„ .rim Clark, of Kiist Sound, was in tbeoNiii'l.v -; 'I I'" last of the week. ,•,11 and i^ivo us your order for a „;i r. ,im (| e Martlu & Jensen^ T i .|. ltl ,i iKipnlar paper-hound books f11 ,.',!,' I.y Hit- Friday Harbor DrutrCo. ■ „,, VO iir order for photographic Applies ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 October 1900

All Women Know That ordinary treatment falls to relievo painful periods. They know LydlaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Com pound will and does and has, more than any other mediclnom • Every woman knows about Mrsm Plnkham's modlolnom Every woman knows some woman Mrs* Pink* ham has ouredm But nine women out of ten put off getting this re liable remedy until their health Is nearly wrecked by experiments or neg lect! Then they write to Mrs* Plnkham and she cures them, but of course It takes longer to do so* Don't delay getting help If you aro sick. She has helped a million woman. Why not you 7 Comfort in the Old Phmlkm. The Psulms are the spiritual center of the Old Testament. They overflow with the richness of heart experience characteristics not of one age but of universal mankind. We find in them today as gieat comfort as did the saints of Old Testament times. DON'T GET FOOTSORE. GKT FOOT EASE. A powder. At this season your feet feel swollen, nervous mid uncomfortable. II you have smarting ...

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. — 1 November 1900

vol.. x- NO- 39- EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKUSi: TICKS FROM THE WIRES Int«T«'"""l! Collee'tl— of Items From ' Mie Tw<> Hemispheres Preset* $. In :i Cor'lensed j?ciin» V 4 \,.\v sfork bank teller stole $700, - iwi: escaped. Doer pnerrilla attacks give the Brit l f h much trouble. \ revolting crime was uuearthed by Peterson, N.'J-. detectives. president Mitchell thinks this is thy | W t week of the miners' strike. Tw.'iitvfivc carloads o( Oregon frui; t, t .,.s will be bhipped to other states. Tho Rritish rteamship Koraliet wil futerthe trans|«rt service of the Unit id States. Hi,. Pacific Coast Company iv threi Vl , ir has rineu from bankruptcy to |1,000,000 mii ploa. Thirteen-year-old school girl, Lull j (nt , wm> iti«' victim ot a inuileroui ifgault ai Jeffersou, Or. llarnii yon Uifhtbofen is Couut yon Dalow'a racc«fsor as minister of for lip affairs for lieruuny. '1!i«j Kentucky miners' striko ha^ been declared off. Might huudre i me...

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. — 1 November 1900

San jfuan Islander GULVKK BltOS., rublliheri. oriTcOLVKR, Kditor,.... . *?s•£ lurtol-' *. N. CUuVIJR, BusineM Mgr., Friday Harbor. Kntered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor an neeond claw* mail matter. THURSDAY, XOVKMHKR 1, l»0". WHAT THE RKCOIUM SHOW. TUB IaiiANDRK cheerfully gives mvwv to the full communication or the "Kist S«»und Bryan Club," and acknowledges the justice of Hi appeal to us to "give all a fair show." We have llttli If nowledgo of the personnel of tl.e club, as the imiues of none of the members are signed to the communica tion, but It comes to us In the hand writing of a well-known and respected citizen who patiently bore the incubus of tlie fusionist legislative nomination In this county two years niro. and we feel that he and his friends and politi cal associates are entitled to a respect ful hearing and what lie terms "a fair show." It doesn't matter whether Mr. Hicks is "the whole thing" or not, In the Bryan Club. His communica tion doubtless fairly represent*...

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. — 1 November 1900

l 0( ALAND PERSONAL. judce Lichleuberg was in town _\i ( >iniiiy- H# Culver's household goods ar r lved Tuesday. „ .... a l«v.k at our line of Shirt X$S2. 'Martin Jensen. '„k ill oftoiK't articles for sale by tli ; Vl,Syll : ..l.nrl)n.gCo. a mil lim' lf rllllbcr g(K>dß fr Bale by l^FrlJuy Harbor Drug Co. ia Imxen *•"> P^r 10°- Whatcom K ;lßii.m">'-> r whatcom. -• Prescriptions carefully compounded J.X W^v Harbor Drug Co. iv.li nntl give im your order for a } ir lmi'leH.iH.-Mttrtli. & Jensen. ti,*latest i><M» tlljr paper-bound books Jatk by theVriday llarbor Drue Co. „..„,. your order for nhotographic Bup^loa .vitli the FlidHV Harbor ru X <v. Ti,,' latest monthly and weekly mng- Jm received at this olHce almost ilailv. novou want an elegant and seryic .bteHeatlng .Stove? Will Fowle has tlifin. Tin v are all rij?lit, those new Wal nuts, Almonds, IVcans and Filberts, at Fowle'fc oome good filings left in dry goods. »'rhaiiH' to save money. San Juan Trading C...

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. — 1 November 1900

Questions for aWUJm WWomer If yon were offered sure aid in time of trouble would you put it aside and accept something of doubtful efficiency ? If you saw before you a strong and »afe bridge leading to your goal, would you ignore it to try some insecure and tottering structure ? The answer to these questions is | plain. You would, of course, choose without hesitation what all evidence showed to be the safe thing, and yon would risk nothing in useless experi ments. Why. then, do some women risk one of their most precious possessions— their health—in trying medicines of unknown value, which may even prove hurtful to them.? Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- j pound has stood the test of years. It has the largest sale of any remedy for female ills in the world, and nothing could have given it this sale except its ; own merit. Do not try any experiments, but buy what is known to be reliable. Mrs. | Pinkham's Compound can do all that , is claimed for it, and all statements in regard to it...

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. — 8 November 1900

VOL. X- NO. 40. EVENTS OF THE DAI Epitome of th* Telegraphic dews of thf. World. TKKSK TICKS FRO* .HI WIRES InttT."H«ir Collection of Items From " .'he Two H«inlNl>h«'r«s Pres 1 In ii Cor'l«ui«ed 2"ivm» V. -...■•'■ prance nuv lend a large force to Cautou. ' . China proposes au iudeiunityof $40, --000.000. x .p r esident Cleveland stands for jnuixl money. Pmideut Kroger will travel incog- D ito iii tba capitals of Europe." The official announcement of the to tal population of the United States for |900 li r6,295,5«0. Emperor Nicholas, of Htippin, will propose another conference with a view jjscitlm.' the Chiuese question. General D. M. Frost, for 50 years D ne ol the best known residents of St. Louis, ia dead at that city, aged 77. 7 Major Henry J. Hearzy, editor of the Daily States illl( ou of the strong est newspaper writers in the Sonth, is |nd »t New Orleanß. He wus 60 wars of Ige. , T!ie transport Hancock haa arrived atMauilft with three companies of the Fonts n"l' f«»ur comp...

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. — 8 November 1900

i^roTJ caj>t do imtxoh better at! I THE FAIR, of NEW WHATCOM. j I This store places before the people one of the largest lines of CLOTHING, SHOES, DRESS GOODS 'JF**; SILK g I WAISTS TAILOR MADE SUITS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, MILLINERY, CAPES, JACKETS, and FUR | I COLLARETTES to be seen anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. There is no place in this section of the state | if where this class of goods can be purchased at figures as low as we are selling them daily. : | SI • * ~»» %%^»%»%»»»»%%%%%%%%%«««»%»»~»~^»»»»»»««»~»~~»»» %»~~~*^ I §1 We realize that the country adjacent to Whatcom is being flooded cheap- ][_ --V ' ■^Hrfjiii^ M W& t^ "^a ly gotten up dodgers and circulars in which are quoted prices said to be cheap. <; ;. a?^ vV^ I M H &*H We have checked over a number of these trashy statements, and in Every In- $ ; W FAiB% M §| f FAiRz stance We Have Found Our Regular Selling Prices As Low Ahd Often Lower ;|- rAllty . « -2& % '»'■ Than What They Claim Are Special Bar...

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. — 8 November 1900

I,.l( Al. AM» PERSONALS lM . r .-,A:iiniii:it'«» today. H.rtin M:*H'>' came home Monda i;; , 1 ,. lll ,l,t,oMerbyHHrp«t, *sZ**r nia?<a7;iiie9 at THEIBL * .>pkk office. f Theivve"«e cutter Grant was in the The rev*""' .v- Saturday. . IK)XO a X P?r 100. Wliateom r.,. New Whatcom. * „ sjunimprs returned yesterday „r vy.dding Kings of Harpst, Vtix?*2r to Eh*. 82w „ until an elegant and seryic fflhig Stove? Will Fowle has ill'" I r , nil ri«'l>t those new VVal- Tllt\,m'nl lvc!u.s and Filberts, at nuts •»"" Bjwle'A t, iit.-t periodicals at The Isl- T" , ..Hi!-.., exclusive agency for {.^''iS-i""! SewtOfc „„ Grace Albert expects to spend /!,„„,• at Uh- l""i>e of her uncle, ;. iV.rn-....>'• cattle. Tll , n.v.'.n." |anch "Guard" went uMwtPoin Sunday for stores and a I returnTnf Tuesday. ii \ trniftrnng was In town Mon , ' I'earinß liw ravonte old slouch SVnd bK»d McKiuley amlleJ # ii .rrls I'l.ii-i-. who is working for (I M'^,!li,'l I'i'"*' Company, East Kweiit to Mt. Veruo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 November 1900

SGUARRH COLDS |Ir-?^|] GRIf>PE COUGHSIj\4ffI|CROUP SORE-M|i||HCARSiE IB MRS.QEN.LONQSTREET M IS S*y»: "Besides being a ■|| 9 good tonic Pcruna is an ef- ■jl g tectlve cure for catarrh. I nl a recommend your remedy, ■II _ | A French statistician has calculated \ that the human eye travels over 2,000 j yards in reading an ordinary sized ■ uovol. He has also estimated that the average human being reads 2,500 milee of writing and print in a life time. DON'T GET FOOTSOKE. GET FOOT KASK. A powder. At this season your feet feel Itrolletl, nervous and uncomfortable. II you liiive. smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Kase. It rests and comforts* niakes walking easy. Cures swollen and pwnrtifift feet, blisters and callous spots. Relieves Conn and bunions of all pain and is a certain cure for Chilblains, (Sweating, I>ainpor FroMed Feet. We have over 30, --000 testimonials. Don't get footsore get F<»>t Ease. Try it today. Sold by all druggistl and shoe stores for 25c. Tri...

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. — 15 November 1900

VOI, X. NO. 41. EVENTS OF THE MX Epitome of the Telegraphic News of thf; World. TEBSB TICKS FROih JHE WIRES »„ int»Tf»tln|r Collection «f Item. From the T«-> Heinlipherea Pre«vit« 1 In it Corlensed 2"evm. V The ministers at Pekin have"agreed L^e basil of negotiations. . ninv.-n oi Berlin's corrupt Jies force has been ordered. ' „-..■.■ Kroner is making ft slow triple En ro P c account of illuess. D ug |ia has no intention of building mother railroad across Asia. \,,, |t . iteainer Koanoke. repoited lost, has reached l'ort Towusend. iborD, Or., bas granted 30-year fwU cl>i*' foi li^tand water syHteiu. \Vu Ting Fang, the Chinese minister, thiuks that wheu allies withdraw from ( , 1)U1;ir lM1 ,l construction on a large Kile will be begun there. Ibegtate board of health aathorities of gjnissippi, report oue case of yel low fever at Natchez. The patient ia the wifr of a local Baptist minister. Iliac Hull Adams, a grandson of President John Adams, and a nephew olPrnWent John Quiucy ...

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