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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 November 1900

I THE FAIR of NEW WHATCOM. „ i I This store places before the people one of the largest lines of CLOTHING, SHOES, DRESS GOODS SMS SILK | 1 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 | Si where this class of goods can be purchased at figures as low as we are. selling them daily. | SI ' " \ We realize that the country adjacent to Whatcom is being flooded with cheap- t '■ ..:/ g * f ***& \ly gotten up dodgers and circulars in which are quoted prices said to be cheap, t |' ,^ >"V j H J> * '' We have checked over a number of these trashy statements, and.in Every In- i W FAKR% M « f FAIR\ \ stance We Have Found Our Regular Selling Prices As Low And Often Lower t $ rjllll^ ■ > j §1 % $ ''! Than What They Claim Are Special Bargains. Such statements may mislead a ? ■ siL J* S V^ S few, but it will only be those who do not take the tim...

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. — 15 November 1900

yjCAL ASDPER9ONAL. Mr , t*>« S.nd-Uh went t» S«Me '; iBXIW er.e«ttoßea.tlet! c jj'of *•*•*" T , IKe r was visitiog friends lie H; t ,J.l.;t^'Ueweek. olt McLaehian, of Deer Harbor, \ K B BNthcriand was avWtor to 1- b«x«« «5 P« 100. Wiialcoiu KS ;rS.!o::N-:what,o m . . n 1 i-our Wedding Wngi of HarMt. JgS£,i.e*tdoort«&nk. 82w „ T I, I)wr has taken the sloop ( ,^;,.''\v'l ) iH".l'^«n.s,U> Seattle.. „•0 Id Fellows of East Sound will J;?i;ank.giviMg ball at (heir hall. tf H J \ (i)iil(J returned to Seattle TuSayafierater. days' vl.lth.re. n,.vnu want an elegant and servic- J^Xhi Stove? wul Fowie has tbeni. „„ [d e Xicliols returned Monday jX* TeeV* visit with friends at BMtlle. Th evarenll rif?ht, those new Wai |)Ut ! AliikmiiU, Pecans and Filberts, at Fowled. \fis Ja-s Oorniaii and cliild returned Monday after a 'w days' visit with frfenda at Seattle. ti.p loal Mil of Rjbekahs is ar- Jiftef t^give a ball at OJd Fellows' li"Tli;iiiks«ivingeve. The latest |>eriodicals at THE ...

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. — 15 November 1900

Salt Rheum It may become chronic. It may cover the body with large, Inflamed, burning, itching, scaling patches and cause intense suffering. It has been known to do so. Do not delay treatment. Thoroughly cleanse the system of the humors on which this ailment depends and prevent their return. The medicine taken by Mrs. Ida K. Ward, love Point. Md.. was Hood's Bar •aparilla. She writes: "I had a disagree able itching on my arms which I concluded was stilt rheum. I began takinr Hood's 6arsaparillaand in two days felt better. It was nut lone before I was cured, and I have never baa any skin disease since." Hood's Sarsaparllla remises to cure and keepß the prom'se. It is positively un equaled for all cutaneous eruptions; Take it. Palm-leaf trays are both stout and extremely light and will be found serv iceable and suitable for country house use. WON'T GET FOOTSORE. GET rOOT EASE. A powder. At this season your feet fe«l swollen, nervous and uncomfortable. If you have smarting feet or tigh...

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. — 22 November 1900

V OL. X. NO. 43. jgJS OF THE MX Epitome of the Telegraphic News of thfi World. TERSE TICKS FRO* .'HE WIEEB ..I»t*reitli.« 011-otlon of Items From »j,r T«<» ll.'iiiUi»here« Pros\l* il la v Cor-len«ed 2Vi.Tn. W Ambaysador Choate lectared an lD.iti:.ln.l."rKh. Terry Mc<;»vern djfeated Kid Broad |{ Tatters. 11 Chicago. The treaty of Paris was denounced ,tthe Spanish-American congress. ] u .lu-tri;il commission hears testi bjodj OS l'il*ir strikes and t9h °P 3 Indemnity claim* bj Philippine cor porations will he Milunitted to congress. A bill to disfranchise negroes was int 'r,«luir.l in the Georgia legislature. I'recidt'ut .M<Kiuley asks the mem bers oi the taliiuet to remain with bio. Brazil and Argentina may force Chile tograut liolivu's demands in regard to coast lines. Union labor makes a demand for Btate lositious iv Washington under new regime. An Jdalio dauce hall tragedy result ed in the death of two men at the town ot Gem. Thirteen persons were killed and 14 others inj...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 November 1900

j-2~OTJ CAN 3DO MUCH BETTBIt 1 I THE FAIR, of NEW WHATCOM. I 1 This iKiiiiliiii^^BiSiii • • 2C9> I This store places before the people one of the largest lines of CLOTHING, SHOES DRESS GOmSZJO| SILK g I WAISTS TAILOR MADE SUITS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, MILLINERY, CAPES, JACKETS, and FUR | 8 COLLARETTES to be seen anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. There is no place in this section ot the state | ; il where this class of goods can c purchased at figures as low as we are selling them daily. | : gg !; We realize that the country adjacent to Whatcom is being flooded with cheap- j| 1 §f &** *% '! 'y gotten UP dodgers and circulars in which are quoted prices said to be cheap. jj ''. g>. W; $ ■ % \We have checked over a'number of these trashy statements, and in Every >In-|!t W FAMB% p SI f FAIR t stance We Have Found Our Regular Selling Prices As Low And ; Often Lower i Z f"#if«^ j m % , . '.^ ' \ Than What They Claim Are Special ( Bargains. Such statements may mislead a|, 3^ 3>...

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. — 22 November 1900

](Ml ,, A M» PERSONAL. , -iviniroiw week from today. •} „- alll l sleds for hoys and girls, 'C^i^ rnaga Z ine 9 ;at/TiCE Isl ',, v , N r nmgiil : :lt ™X Isl" . vSi lt «-ni^ • . „ (11l oiir Holiday, *ood« t ri pMeCmqiiel alM | (Junes, Toys and jSvareat : Kmvle'B. v , .11 |.l.;i!' sold twenty six tur k^erdWtoAlexl^. " ', . inveß sr> p?r 100. Whatcom Kt^i;H r,:.. N- Whatcom. » 1,,-lnjjing eeiitfl a dozen at (ll Jt:,i >t,.v« and arc scarce at that. . , U. .„; Christmas goods just Y;Z "i'v ili«.- Friday Harbor Drug (<■ h ,-nii waul an elegant and servic ai r.Gi"i^"Vc^Wil. Fow.e has tlniit. m v «n> all right, those new Wal ltl^:\hn.. , 1 Pecansaud Filberts, at r'mvk-V. v,i,. the Christinas fiiinouncement jiJUe |..ir.' o( New Whatcom, in V>.la>'- i«iier. ,1,,-rv Bromley, of Orcas, was in ,„;',, Mon.lay to uiake filial proof on bomestead rmillv .rk Frankinnd talks of |ii|(llll ,_;. 11l . tl cottage mv Ins lot on Alf yl( avenue. Th( , fnfant child of Mr. and Mm. IVni.r dU't...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 November 1900

Facts Ft*r Sick Women First the medtomo thai holds the record for the largest number of abso lute Ouros of femmle Ills Is Lydla E. Plnkham 0s Vegetable Compound. Second Mrs. Pmkham omn show by her Soitor files m Lynn that a mil lion women have boon restored to health by her medlolne and advloo. Third All letters to nfro. Plnkham are rooohrod, opened, road and an swered by women only. This fact Is oertlfled to by the mayor and postmas ter of Lynn and others of Mrs. Plnkham's own otty. Write for free book con taining these oertHloates. Every ailing woman Is Invited' to write to Mra. Plnkham and! get her ad vloe free of charge. LydU E. Plnkham Mcd Co., Lynn, Mm. Private roof gardens are such a buc oess in New York that the large board ing-houses find it necessary to adopt them as a regular summer feature. GET FOOT- DON'T GET EASE. A powder. At this season your feet feel swollen, nervous and uncomfortable. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It rests and com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 November 1900

voi, X- NO- 43- f IBB OF THE U\ Epitome of tha Telegraphic News of thft World. TF KSK TICKS FRO* THE WIRES i n t«Ti■xtlnc Collection of Itema From *° "he T»» llemlipherei Preset* 1 In » Corlenned 3"oiin» <. T1)( , allies at Pekin resolved on (trotif; metres. v-o effort will I* nwle by congress |o ' (lecrOilH . Southern representation. Theopentoi! ol the Milton creamery, »first in Eastern Oregon, was cele |T.it.-!. p oM ia d.i.l- the Pacifto const a hard Ikrv pottin* a hih tariff on Hour to eria. The house w;ivs uxi means commit tcl . considered the reduction of the j-tai'ip tax. An ex-rebel chief will «turt in pur pjitof AuuhihMo, who i« said to be in jicrtliorn Lnz"U. lMi , popniatinu of Florida is 523.53, ujguinst i|.224 in 1890. an increase of 137,120, or 35 l lf'r ai fJM MfUtant postmaster-general of the United Statea pleads for a wide ex tension of the nir.il ffM tlolivery. I. (nit'- was convicted at South Bend, \Vii>li . of murder in the second degree for killing U.ip::\...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 November 1900

I^TOTJ CJ^TST JDO IMETJOIH BETTER T| I :':':';"''::': THE FAIR, of NEW WHATCOM. g I This store places before the people one of the largest lines of CLOTHING, SHOES, DRESS GOODS, SILKS, SILK || J§ WAISTS, TAILOR MADE SUITS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, MILLINERY, CAPES, JACKETS, and FUR | §j COLLARETTES to be seen anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. There is no place in this section of the state g £1 where this class of goods can be purchased at figures as low as we are selling them daily. | | HE ■ '• .;; ; ■ '^^v^^u^^r**^**^ ':..■■:'■"■:''. .. I IK <| We realize that the country adjacent to Whatcom is being flooded with cheap- : „**••*■„. H; t^ "*%. <[ly gotten up dodgers and circulars in which are quoted prices said to be cheap. ■ '■■.'.: JfT::.'^*\. % Hf $f ■'"%. ■■.:'.. ' -v j| We have checked over a number of these trashy statements, and in Every In- ; W rMjbi i H # FAIR* j! stance We Have Found Our Regular Selling Prices As Low And Often Lower rMtH^ g jgg )u fj^ ;: J[ Than What The...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 29 November 1900

jOCAIj AM> WWSONAL. , „.,1 Sled* for boys and girls, flt' !!' li our Holiday *oodi. Fri . , c Cl ,>q,.ot nnjl (.Mines, Toys and rll^«:uvnt Kowlfs. . ( . \v«XMiiii wa< i'» town from M1i ;.|,.11i..v Monday. * 1(ill fi .i Il |m.^.ssonanum- J5 firms i» «•« valley. „ i> Vofbger returned Monday fl v!;:'^H.M-~l.ip to Scuttle. .... IK> , lMll msupunnei may now. k £ I |atTiii:l.SKANJ)i:Konice... „ M \icLafl«l«» was ovei from p JJrliari)»rthenrstoftheweek. 1....- roa.l work has been done here (jXEitbi* week, on Spring street. . fine line f»f Ulirlstniiis j?ood.s jnst ri . (l .iv"l lv llio Vtid Uarbor Drug <■<>. ,i Maggie Morseearoe libme Mon iby from tft-Hltle to spend Thanksgiv illL'- iv, you want an elegant and servic ,l,l,. |"|c;ilini; Stove? Will Fowie bus llirin . mirriii lloema wai issued H.itur ut tit Wai. S. Browu and Margaret T.Bull. fl^yareall rijrlit, those new Wal 111|N Ahiinii.!-, IVcaiisand Filberts, at \ltn Knowles returned this week, aooiMi|Wiued by her...

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. — 29 November 1900

ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of 6ee Facsimile Wrapper Blew. Tscry assail and mm mmy CAKltRSFORDiniNCtt. ■BlTTLE FDR IIUOUSIEtf. flV/FD FOR TORPID LIVER. Dill ft FOR CONSTIPATION. !]■__■ FOR SALLOW SKIN. MB— IFOR THE COMPLEXION I' ._._ , oaawinrrci mtmmr*y»mAium%. _ w cSirt! I gnrir TogwtdM«y#E»w*g5»»6| CURE SICK HEADACHE. Kxjahs Prise Artillery Salutes. The rajahs of India, of whom there are over 100, are clasHed in divisions, each of which is entitled to a compli mentary salute of a certain number of guns, ranging from nine to 19 per ra jah. The greatest punishment the gov ernment of India can inflict on a na tive prince, short of deposing him, is to dock him a gun or two on his salute. On the other hand, a ' couple of guns extra is a promotion as much prized as a step in rank bestowed on the field of battle. DON'T GET FOOTSOKK. GET FOOT EASE. A powder. At this season your feet feel swollen, nervous and uncomfortable. If you have smart...

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. — 6 December 1900

VOL. X. NO. 44. ins or i ra from Ali Parts of the New World and the Old. 0F iMEREST TO OUR MANY READERS Comprehensive Review of the Important Hap peninSJ of the Past Week in i Condensed Form. Conger baa not ueii the I>ekia pro tocol. Secretary Root baa returned fiom Krui.'(r \i-itf<l the French govern pent official* p a lace pnaMs havo ben sent to ar rest' Prince lu;im. Colonel Deuby may succeed Conger VH uiiter to Cliiua. \ (1|l|( . is BOW completely shut off fri , Ml the outer world by a barrier of .ice. \ conspiracy to assassinate Lord Roberts was discovered in Johannes burg. Governor Geer lias issued certificates ot election to Republican electors for OMfoa. Ile;ivy fogi preaviled on Puget gouud, causing many minor accidents on both land and water. TheofllcLl voto for presidential elec tors in New Jersey was: - Republican, 221,701; Democrat, 164,808. The population of Texas is 3,048,710, apuibt 2.285,523 iv 1890, an iucrease 1(111,137, or 86.1 per cent. Dm population of Ne...

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. — 6 December 1900

§an luan Islander CULVBBjyBQS.. y.iri»U»Hei». ,O. H. CULVER, ..:........... ..Editor. ff. $J. CUCVER',.. .......... . Buifnew M»u*ger. Entered at the postoffiqe in Friday Harbor as second class rnajl matter. """" SUBSCRIPTION FKICE, |I..^Q por year Btrictly in advance. fho OfflcUrPapeTollan Jcfitf. ADVEBTISINO RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per jiiint . 25 cents per incb, per week, sin-: xtle eclumn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, jjunli as Wanted, For Bale, etc., 10 cents per lino for ti*Ht insertion and 5 conta per fine oach \vo«k thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Islander jiaiiMt be siitufil with the name of the cwrriter, not necessarily for publication, jbut as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY. DECEMBERS, 190<>. COUNTY'S CLSBIFICATION KAIBKD Elesewhere in this issue will be found a statement of the population of Restate of Washington by counties, from which it appears that the popula tion of t...

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. — 6 December 1900

, 0( A L AND PERSONAL. ChritniMCfcrd. andGiftsatFowl9'B. Water ieti and Fancy China at ].\>\vle's. Ho r t ("aines to Port Towi <n ,i Saturday \V H. Parsons arrived yester dJ ,yfr)iu Rattle. . C-tll h.ml our Holiday «oods. Fri j^HHrlK.rDrugCo. T,b!e Croquet fllld Games, Toys and ,£««areatFowle's. cunt jis Holden was a caller at the l-SomH»«» yesterday. The l,ermairawneß may now beKdutTHKIsi^NDEK Office. .r . ir vv tler returned to Port Stan ,,v Fri.in.v fn»n a tnp to the bay cities. \ Unpliue of Christmas goods just Reived by the Friday Harbor Drug Co. Ul) V( >u want an elegant and seryic a Hc-uting ( l'| Stove? Will Fowle has tliem. T |,ev are all right, those new Wai lIU U, Almouds, Pecans and Gilberts, at Kowle'*. Robt McLachlan was over from his Lome at pole pass Saturday and again Tuesday. r (■ ('oghlan returned yesterday from ■ days' visit with his family in Seattle. County Auditor Clark has leased his UYst Bound place for two years to W. U. Nichols. Money is being rai...

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. — 6 December 1900

A Michigan Miracle. MRS. HARRIET A BEGOLE TELLS OF AN UNEXPECTED BLESSING. 1.0.t ll« r Voice «nd Did Not Speak Aloud for Nearly Thirteen Te»r»— How Her Speech W»» Restored. The Y|)*iUnti Commercial. YpiiUntl, Mich. Many thiugp appear miraculous that are re»lly the result of natural law* the workings of which can be accurate ly predicted. A striking example of this occurred in a prominent Michigan family recently, and in this case there can he no question an to the truthful nens of the narrative since it is attest ed by Mrs. Harriet Begole, of Ypsil anti, Mich., a sister-in-law of Mr. Joshua Begole, who was governor of Michigan in 1883-84. When inter viewed Mrs. Begole said: "In 1886 I suffered from a severe ill ness brought on by a hard cold. Dur ing this illness my voice left me and I did not speak again above a whisper for marly 13 years. "I was treated by five local physi cians and afterward went to New York and contmlted the leading specialists there. They diagnosed my case as p...

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. — 13 December 1900

VOI, X. NO. 45 news of i m From AH Parts of the New World and the Old. of INTEREST TO OUR MANY READERS i Ji, — Review of the Important Hae. peninjd the Past Week in • Condensed Form. OoMiil-General Stowe the Boer nearly ended. Kroner's mission to Kurope was frus trgt.'ilM" 1 Kaiser. Hiasnea *ew killed in a train wr eck near Sowea, Cal. The Isthmian caaal commission rtcomniends the Nicaragua route. U ator Fairbanks, of Indiana, in trodnced n bill to admit Oklahoma as a itate, with two repieseutatives. I report comes from Queen Charlotte bland that the Indians there are short of food. 'IJit-ir wants will be attended to. It is reasserted in Tien Thin that the Germans lost L'O killed and many pjsjitd west of lao Tiag Fu, wheie they were attacked by 2.500 Boxers. Congressman DriggS introduced a resolution in the house requiring the lecretarv of w;»r to investigate tbe practice of "hazing" at West I'oiut. Senator Pettigrew introduced a reso lution iv the senate calling upon the postmaster...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 December 1900

San Islander CULVKB 8809., PuWl»ber«. ,O. H. CULVER n... • .Editor. f. N. CUCVER, -~ • •. • Buaines; Manager. Entered at the postoflico in Friday Harbor aa second class majl matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. |1.50 per year..... Strictly in advance. fie QfcTaTPapeF¥SaDlaan County. ADVERTISING RATES* | Display standing ads, 1.00 per inch per >ni I). 25 cents per inch, per week, sin clo column measurement. Readioe business locals, and notices, aucb as Wanted, For Bale, etc., 10 cents per liiie for li'xt insertion and 5 cents per pine each week thereafter.* hngal notices, at customary lesral rates. All communications to Tjjk Islander must bo signed with tho name of the ,writer, not necessarily for publication, j>ut as tfuarantco of trood faith. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1900. It is reported that the new kjtig of Italy celebrated his birthday by releas ing 12,000 prisoneis from the jails of that country. The news is of interest to the United States, because it is quite probable that a large...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 December 1900

"" „ i. ill iiViYitfiwnrir^ j Cown and County JVews. 1 I Christ«»aCard,andGiftßatFowle' 8 Water sets and Fancy China at Extern Oysters and FrUiU at pottle'B - fCoasters aud Sle^for boys and girls, a tFo\vle's. rll , ll( |«eeo.ir Holiday goods. Fri- Ttble Croquet and Games, Toys and nliuaro.it Fowled. A rr and Mrs. A. Newhall spent a viH-k in Wbateom. v E Churchill had his garden or cl £u pruned Tuesday by Mr. Higglns. Ti,, December magazines may now | ,I 1; 1 | at Tue ISLASUEB office. tiatlilttof Christmas goods just j&!3 by the Friday Harbor Drug Co. ■ voii want an elegant and servic -B bKeuting Stove? Will Fowle has tbeiu. Tllv are all right, those new Wai nut" Almonds, Pecans and Filberts, at Kow'le's. nr Capron. of Roche Harbor, went tagestUe Tuesday, intending to return next Monday. Vernon Lock wood has been spending • few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Upland and family at Newhall. Mrs [sttC Saiidwith has been spend ing i few days visiting friends at Seat tie and Taconia...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 December 1900

Common Sense Talk with Vwomen If a person is ill and needs a medi cine is it not wise to get one that has stood the test of time and has hun dreds of thousands of 'cures to its credit? . ;- - A great many women who are ill.try everything they hear of in the way of medicine, and this experimenting with unknown drugs is a constant menace to their already impaired health. , This seems to us very unwise, for there are remedies which are no ex* periments and have been known years and years to be doing only good. Take for instance Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound; for thirty years its record has been one un broken chain of success. No medicine for female ills the world has' ever known has such a reoord for cures. , It seems so strange that some people will take medicines about which they really know nothing, some of which might be, and are, really harmful; while on the other hand it is easily proved that over one million women have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget...

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. — 20 December 1900

YOU X. NO. 46. iisiirirai From AH Parts of the New World and the Old. OF INTEREST TO OUR. MANY READERS Comprehensive Review of the Important Hap. ptningsof the Past Week in a Condensed Form. Loid Koberts has left tbe Cape for gnlgand. Holland refuses to intervene in the Boer war. Senator Clay spoke against tbe ship lubsidy bill. French troops have ceased looting Chinese observatories. Li Hung Chang claims to have abso lute power to negotiate. Cbaffee protested to Yon Waldersee against German looting. The debate on the war tax reduc tion bill began in tbe bouse. The house of commons voted £16, --000,000 to carry on the Boer war. The Hay-Pauncefote treaty was again considered in executive session. A congressional committee was ap pointed to investigate the Booz hazing. The Philippine commission gave merchants a hearing on the traiff bill. A $50,000 irrigation ditch will be constructed at once in Moxee valley, Washington. Oregon delegation decides upon con tinuing contract for Columbia...

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