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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 31 October 1901

VOL. XI. NO. 39. NEWS OF THE DAY r R OM THE FOUR QUARTERS Of THE WORLD. Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Pait Week Presented In a Condensed Form Which is Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Man Readers Sir .l"!in Rigßby, British lord justice of aiiix-als '|ils resigned his office. I'nr.nlciit Roosevelt celebrated his f,,rty-i'"iitli birthday Sunday. .- • :; -.liulp' Raleigh Scott, r a prominent l'lirthinil attorney, died suddenly Satur day morning. / '""\"l'-^" ]:'i f: A plot to a.«HaßHinate the Shah of Per sia la- Urn unearthed. It includes the vlmliV two brothers, a son-in-law * and pud \i/.i<T. i;,. ; ir Admiral Winfield Scott Schley lias accepted the invitation of the Ham ilton Club, <>f Chicago, to be present at a r ,(T|iti"ii and banquet to be given in his honor at :i date to be decided later. The First National Bank of New York | i;l , remitted to Philadelphia $5,000,000 in currency to pay for the purchase of tin' Klul Top Coal Association,...

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. — 31 October 1901

San Kuan Islander THE ISLAIfPKK CO., rabUahw. O. H. CULVER,.... Editor and Manager. Entered at the postomce in Friday Harbor a* second claim mall matter. Bwbserlptton Price, - »I.SO Per T«ir The OfflcUl Piper ot Sin Juan Coapty, CLUBBING LIST To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, If any) the follow ing named publications are offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER and - _ Seattle Post-Intelligencer, weekly, - • $1.80 Seattle Time*, weekly, - - - • «&> New York Tribune, weekly, - - • x6O New York Tribune, ♦rl-weekly, - - a.io Thrtce-a-Week N. Y. World, - - • 00 Toledo Blade, - •.»..; ■ * '*» Detroit Free PreM, semi-weekly, • • a.oo 8. P. Examiner, weekly, - - - a.50 H. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly. • • a.15 St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - »«> Farm and Fireside, '°5 Farm Journal, - • • - • I-6° McClure'a Magatine, .... 3.10 CoMUOspoiitan Magazine, - - • • a.io Krrie...

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. — 31 October 1901

\ Cown and County JSewe 1 m your real estate with Gould * c,r«?nieiit, plaster, lime, hair and hr r Morse Hdw. Co. r mw Burke and family have moved lu u! their cottage on Spring street. , : lestic Steel Ranges—Send to the jlowe Hdw - Co for au illustrated cat* -I( Ue, free. :1 v \\ McGeary and family have ed to their farm near the south S of the island. if you are in need of blue-stone, sui tor lime write the Morse Hdw. Co., Ktco»n,forP V ; The Rebekah lodge is arranging to .iv a Thanksgiving ball and supper [J Odd Fellows'ha». Tittle Delia Carter's fifth birth day un, be celebrated Friday by a party to •i ich quite a number of little folks J,ve received invitations. ♦ :• For anything you want in the line of -ii.her iroods— boots, rubbers, mackin- S!K,etc.-go to Churchill's. The Blue Front Store has Just re ceived a new supply of Men's, Ladies' «nd Children* Rubbers and Rubber Boots-lots of them and cheap, too. The pupils of the public schools' are Roving a vacation this week while ...

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. — 31 October 1901

"Strawi Show Which W.y the Wind Blow*" And the constantly increasing de mand for, and steady growth in POPU larity of, St. Jacobs Oil among all classes of people in every part of the civilized world show conclusively what remedy the people use for their rheumatism and l>odily aches and pains. Facts speak louder than words and the fact remains undisputed that the sale of St. Jacolra Oil is greater than all other remdies for outward ap plication combined. It acts like mag ic, cures where everything else fails, conquers pain. AN ASIATIC DESPOT. Abdnr Rahman Khan, the Dead Ameer of Afghanistan. Abdur Rahman Khan, Ameer of Af ghanistan, whose death occurred re cently, was one of the most picturesque and powerful fig ures in Asia. He was born In 1830 and had been on the throne 21 years. His life was a stormy one. For 12 years of his early manhood ho was an exile, kept out of Afghanistan Mu.rit kiia.n. by the jealous fears of his uncle, Shere All, against whom he had sided when AH and t...

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. — 7 November 1901

VOL. XI. NO. 40. SKWSOFTHEDAY r R OM THE FOUR QUARTERS OF THE WORLD. Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Part Week Presented in a Condensed Form Which is Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many Readers T1,,. Pennsylvania and Santa Fe roads arc >;ii<l tD be planning an alliance. lW it in the French sqadron that is pnintft" tin- Mediterranean to overawe the Sultan. Cliarh'H T. Yerkes has purchased Tur- Il( , rs celebrated painting, "Rockets and Him* I'ijfl'tH," at the record 'price of 146,750. Tht'<lintr«Bßcaused in the eastern prov j,,,,!- of Russia by the failure of the crops i H S( , severe that iheauthorities have for bidden the newspapers to publish any n ve official information. Kclntions In'tween France and Ger many arc again strained. Some letters (rum < iriicral Voyron, commander of the I niwli forces in China, to General yon Wiilil'Tscf have caused a disagreeable bapnssion. 5 Fire in the Occidental hotel at San Franciwo did damage to the ...

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. — 7 November 1901

Ban }van Islander THE ISLANPEJi CO., PublUher*. p. H. CULVER, •.■ •• •• • • Editor and Manager. 'Entered at the postofllce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. 3nbscripilon Trice, - [ •I.CO Per Year Official Paper ol San Jnan County. CLUBBING LIST To all subscribers paylnjj one year in advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ing; named publications are offered, to gHthor with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDHR and ■' .. i' Seattle Post-Intelligencer, weekly, - - $1.80 fceattle Time*, weekly, ' - • - - '•«> >»ew York Tribune, weekly, - - .-■»*> New York Tribune, «ri-weekly, - • a.io Thrice-a-Week N. V. World, - - - a.oo Toledo Blade, - - - - - F *•&> l>etroit Free Pre»», »emi-weekly, .- r a.oo ' B. F. Rxaminer, weekly, - - - a.50 U. F. Bulletin, Sunday .edition, - - a.oo Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, ;- ' - a.15 St. Paul Pioneer Prem, weekly, - - a.oo £arm and Fireside, - - r r r i.g Farm Journal, -.---• r I>6° JMcClure'a Ma...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 November 1901

|| Cown and County News List your real estate with Gould & Wold n d to Morse Hdw. Co. for prices on bluestone and sulphur. Fred Acorn was over from" East Bound the first of the week.. • ; -;.; If in need of a heating stove send to jtone Hdw. Co. for cuts and prices. : ■ Wheat is selliug here at $22 a ton; natH $21; good apples, 75 cents a box; JJgs 1,30 cents a dozen. If you are in need of blue-stone, sul- D huror lime write the Morse Hdw. Co., Wbstcom, for prices. For anything you want in the line of rubber goods—boots, rubbers, mackin toshes, etc.—go to Churchill's. .• The steamer North Pacific was in nort Monday aad took from the can nery 1,000 cases of sockeye salmon for foreign export. # ; , A new sidewalk is the latest improve ment at Carter's store, the proprietor of which says "there is nothing too good for the Blue Front." ♦ Churchill has just received a fine line of boys' clothing, winter under wear, iu toshes, boots, shoes aud rubber goods. Call and see them. 1 The Bl...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 7 November 1901

The Small of the Back That is wheie some people ■■ feel weak all the time. * They are likely to despondent and it is not unusual to find them borrowing trouble as if they hadn't enough already. The fact is their kidneys are weak, either naturally or because of sickness, exposure, worry ;or other influences. ■.. " I am thankful to say." writes J. L. Camp bell, of Sycamore. 111., "that Hood's Sarsapa rilla has eared me. For many years I was troubled with backache. At tines I was so bad I had to be helped from the bed or chair. 1 am now well and strong and free from pain." What this great medicine did for him it has done for others. Hood's Sarsaparilla Promises to cure and keeps the promise. Begin treatment with Hood's today. Their Ways. Tess—lf you don't love him, why don't you let him know it? Jess—Well, ho sends me flowers and takes me to the theatre, you know, and— * •. Tess—But, gracious, I can't see how you can play with his affections * that way. „. Jess—Play? I call that "worki...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 November 1901

ux San Islander. VOL. XI. NO. 41. XKWSOFTHEDAY rRO M THE FOUR QUARTERB Or THE WORLD. Comprehensive Review of the Important happenings of the Past Week Presented in a Condensed Form Which is Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many Readers The lian k »>f Scotland, S. D., has been (, ,ir^'laiiz<<i t(» the extent of f6,000. Tli,. scarcity of money in Russian Transcaucasia •" 8O serious that most ii:ii>liilia limiH have been obliged to cur ta il „|..-r;iti«»iiH. The -icaincr Hongkong Maru brought {I iHHinod in gold from Japan, consigned »,,'t lie S:m Francisco mint, and Chinese filk vnhi.Ml at $1,100,000. 1 ir>t Lieut. Robert T. Crawford of the first infantry, a sergeant and five men, w |,ili> attempting to cross the Babyon m , r in Samar province, were drowned. The Berlin correpondent of the Daily Mail gives currency to the report that Ail,, it Tallin, of the Hamburg-American line is in London negotiating for the sale of eighteen steamers to J. P. Morgan. 1 An ord...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 November 1901

San jfuan Inlander THK I9LANDBK CO., PitblUhers^ ' O, H. CUI,VBR, Editor aod Manager. ' Entered at tho p»»touVe in Friday Harbor as second clasn mail matter. ' . Bgbserlptiow Prlo*. . •l.flO Per Year tie Official Paper ol Jnan County. CLUBBING LIST . To all subscriher.s paying 0110 year in »dv«ni?e(Hnd arrears, If any) the follow ing named publications are offered, to gather with the ISLANDER, nt the com lnutltiti pri.es quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKK and £, '"; \' geattle Post-Intelligencer, weekly, • - $1.80 Seattle Times, weekly, • - • - >-8o New York Tribune, weekly, • - - - 1 60 Jfew York Tribune, •ri-weekly, • - *-io Thrice-a-Week N, Y. World, - - • 2.00 Toledo Blade, .1.60 Petroit Free Press, seral-weekly, - - 2.00 6. F. Kxaminer, weekly, ... a.50 11. P. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - '- 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly. • • a-t5 gt. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - a.oo ; Farm and Fireside, • ♦ - • - 1.65 Varra Journal, • • • • • l-° McClure's Magazine, ... - a.io Coiuuospoiitan Mag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 November 1901

i town and County jHewe List your real estate with Gould \&' Wold." f Tlie quarterly examination of teach tn , begins at the °°urt house today. Send to Morse Hdw. Co. for prices olJ ' bluestone and sulphur. December Delieneators and Design ers) at the Islander office. >k^£ If in need of a heating stove send ; to Morse Hdw. Co. for cuts and prices.' ' If you re in nee( of blue-stone, sul nhur or lime write the Morse Hdw. Co., \Vnatcoiu, for prices. For feed grinding and wood cutting! in length, by power, see C. V. Peter son, S»u Juan valley. —r* — Remember the sidewalk social to -be given by the ladies of the Sauta Juanita Jlub tomorrow night. For anything you want in the line of rubber goods—boots, rubbers, inackin toshes, etc.—go to Churchili's. * The reading circle in connection with the Sun Juan Club will meet at the club rooms Saturday eveulng. —♦ * ; /: Churchill has just received a fine line of boys' clothing, winter under wear, mackintoshes, boots, shoes and rubber goo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 November 1901

Salt Rheum It may become chronic. It may cover the body -with large, inflamed, burning, itching, scaling patches and cause intense j 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 E. Ward, Coy« Point. Md.. was Hood's Sarsaparillfc Bbc writes: " I had a disagreeable itchin* on W y amis which I concluded was salt rheum I beran taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and in two days felt better. It was not lone before I was cured and I have never had any »kin j disease since." Hood's Sarsaparilla \ Promises to cure and keeps the promise. It is positively une qualed for all cutaneous eruptions. Take it. Li Hung Chang's Successor. Washington, Nov. 9.—Minister Conger at Peking has informed the state depart ment that Yuan Shi Kai has been ap pointed to succeed Li Hung Chang aa | viceroy of Chili, and that Wang Shao i has been appointed deputy viceroy of th...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 November 1901

VOL. XI. NO. 42. SNYSOFTHEDAY F ROM THE FOUR QUARTERS OF THE WORLD. Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Presented In a Condensed Form Which Is Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many Readers Tin- M. Louis board of police commis vjniii- liiis issued an order prohibiting 'i.rize limiting in that city in the future. The Knijrhts of Labor, in general auM-nilily at Indianapolis, adopted a nv-nluti 'ii opposing a shipping subsidy HU. Tli». .liimacia government intends to 1,-vv a tux of one cent on each package of orange* exported. Tin-1' nited States transport Rosecrans mailed from Portland for Manila Sunday w jtli .'>oo troops of the Twenty-eighth infantry on board. Tin Vale football team defeated Prince tnii Saturday by a score of 12 to 0. Cor nell defeated Columbia 23 to 0, and Wis jonwin defeated Minnesota 18 to 0. J Brijr. <ien. George M. Randall, com niandcr of the Department of'the Co lumbia, was tendered a banquet by the bucini'SH men of Po...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 November 1901

San }van Islander THE 18LAKPKB CO., PublUhwt. O. H. CUI.VBR Editor and Manager. Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor aa seoond class mall matter. ■»ba«rlpUo» Prl— ■ tU.gO P«r V«»r Tie Offlcltl Paper ot San Jute Coooty. ; THURSDAY. NOVEMBEB 21,1901 THE OOUBT HOUSK QUESTION Andrew Newhall was in town a few days ago and he took occasion to call »t the Islander office and express his hearty approval of the substance of re cent editorial expressions in this paper calling attention to the really urgent need of a creditable court house and commodious vault for tbe snfe keeping of the public records. He remarked that tbe danirer to private interests and irreparable loss which would re sult should the property records be de stroyed by fire bad never been Im pressed upon him so clearly as it bad been by the articles iv the Islander and especially tbe communication of Judge Lich ten berg, brought out by the Islander's first suggestions on tbe subject. As in the case of Judge Lich tenberg...

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. — 21 November 1901

|! Cown and County JVews I Creamery butter 30 cents a pound. List your real estate with Gould 6 Wold. t ' ■''"■y : ',;■';/ The Ladies' Guild met Tuesday with „„,. \V. O. Clark. Heud to Morse Hdw. Co. for prices oa bluestoue aud sulphur. December Delieneators and Design <r »at the Islandkb office. r if in need of a heating stove send \ to Mowe Hdw. Co. for cuts aud prices. %[n Sturgeon, formerly a resident of this place, nas been visiting friends bere. k A Ounnerson. of Roche Harbor, returned this week from a business trip to Seattle. For feed grinding and wood cutting, tnv length, by power, see C. V. Petor- SO D, Bhu Juan valley. For anything you want in the line of rubber goods—boots, rubbers, mackin tosliea, etc.— to Churchill's. ;".:.;; This county gets $719.73 as its por tion of the quarterly apportionment of itate school funds made November 16. ♦ Cashier Qould, of the San Juan County Bauk, visited Whatcom, Ev erett and Seattle this week on a busi ness trip. « There was no sc...

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. — 21 November 1901

. r "The use of slang," says - George 3 Eliot, "denotes poverty of thought." It promotes thoughtlessness In speech and lays no solid foundation for written language. One would hardly think that among the most dellghtfulof literary occupa tions Is the perusal of sale catalogues of books. It opens a wide and sugges tlve field of information—so says that good authority, Mr. Spofford, librarian 'of Congress. / . .. v . - ; ,:.; Dr. Ryle, the Bishop of Exeter, ,Is evidently a keen admirer of Scott At a prize distribution he handed a boy a copy of Marmlon. "Have you read It?" Inquired the prelate. "Yes," said the boy. "Then," salJ his lordship, "read It again." . |-. ." The author of a new novel«which sells up to a hundred thousand copies must not think that he is breaking the record. The sale of "Ben Hur" goes right on. The publishers state that n over 725,000 copies of Gen. Wallace's ! novel have been sold. > There Is one kind of disease, It seems, *■ which Is desirable to have, and ...

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. — 28 November 1901

VOL. XI. NO. 43. JEWS OF THE DAY FR0 M THE FOUR QUARTERS OF THE WORLD. Comprehtrwive Review of the Important Happening! of the Put Week Presented jn a Condensed Form Which It Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many Readers Tlio minor of the death of Count Tol tt oi is denied. Harvard defeated Yale at football gtturday, by a score of 22 to o. '[ '. ; • The Turkish government is said to be j n u,.r-r financial straits than ever before. ['resilient Roosevelt went down the Potomac Saturday on the Sylph for a duck hunt. Minnesota defeated the Northwestern Vnivernity of Chicago, in a football paint' Saturday, 16 to 0. Wliat in claimed to be a great sugar trust, lulled a "Kartel" has been opera ting in < it-nnany for the past year. The Vandorbilt estate has paid $884, --801 inheritance tux, and enough more in lighting the case in the courts to bring the total up to $1,000,000. The law passed by the last New York lepclatuw prohibiting ticket scalping has been declared to be unconsti...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 November 1901

Satr }van Islander THE ULAJWKB CO., PubUshcr». O. H. CULVBR. Editor *ni Manager. i^ _~~-—■- ■ ■ ~"TT "' ' * ~""~ Ent«r»d at the postofflce in Friday Harbor m second clang mail matter. S«*«crlptU>« Prl—. - »l.gQ r«r Y«*f The Offlclil Piper ol San Juan County. THURSDAY. NOVEMBEB 28, lfiOl WANTKI>-A COMOBESBMAN :ff-K The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has published a large number of brief in terviews with politicians, professional and business men of that city which the general public throughout the state is expected to accept as ample corrob orative evidence of the truth of the al legation of the P.-I. that Seattle wants a congressman. It was quite unneces sary to go to so much trouble to dem strate a fact so generally understood. Of eourae Seattle wants a congressman And it wants a senator or two also and wouldn't mind having a governor. In fact it is taken for granted that when ever there i* any particularly good "fat take," as the printers say, hang ing on the political hook Seat...

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. — 28 November 1901

jj Cown and County J^ewe List your real estate with Gould 6 Wold. The bank and the county offices will be closed today. tjcnd to Morse Hdw. Co. for prices ta bluestone and sulphur. .V.^';::?■,-. .-4^ m + .:,;. .. . If iv need of a heating stove send to Morse Hdw. Co. for cuts and prices. judge Joiner is holding court at Spo kane and is not expected here again until January. Dr. Baker came over from Port Townsend Monday and will be here until Saturday. r— For feed grinding and wood cuttiag, toy length, by power, see C. V. Peter go,,, 8»u Juan valley. For anything you want in the line of rubber goods—boots, rubbers, mackin toshes, etc.—go to Churchill*. ♦ The revenue cutter Grant and the launch Scout were In port Saturday night and left Sunday morning. We pay the highest prices for farm products and sell you goods at the lowest cash prices.—Martin & Jensen. Churchill has just received a fine line of boys' clothing, winter under wear, mackintoshes, boots, shoes aud rubber goods. Ca...

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. — 28 November 1901

What H« Remarked. "I met a man today who wan on- ( gaged to you up to a week before I married you." "Ah, you did? What did you say to him?" "I dunno exactly; something about an ill wind that blows no good—and ho agreed with me."—Denver Times. The Cheerful WlghL "Yea, he's always happy when he's hunting for work." "What a cheerful disposition. And is he never discouraged, never sad?" "Only when he finds it."—Phila delphia Press. Where to Begin. Mrs. Trotabout—l shall be off the greater part of the day, as I have joined the Society for the SupTession of Needless and Nerve liacking Noises. Mr. T. —Good idea, my dear. Take the baby along with you. Not Unusual. May—Have you heard. of Clara's hard luck? „ „.. „. . Belle—No. What is it? "Now that they are married j they have to retrench awfully to makeup the money he wasted while courting her."— Life. - -■-.- —: ——••—■•■ ■• There is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseatea put together, and until the laat lew yea...

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