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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 December 1901

VOL. XL NO. 44. SKWSOFTHEDAY 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 Kcddcrs ] „r m, r I'nited States Senator Roach, (ll \,,iti] I'akota, who is ill at a private Muiitaninii in New York, is said to be poet) improved. |.; m in:i Calve has taken under her pro t«vtion I i-yf;ir-old Edna Dasch, of San f ra n,'is'". "and will develop the child's rt-markal-K- voice in Paris. dipt, llt'iily ban been transferred to t | lt . 'ivvnin- (titter McCullough, and that u .^d tti'll start within a day or two to the'reliri «>f 11"> Nome miners said to be .p..,,,,|.,1 at I'lialaska. \ I',, rim dispatch says the socialist !ltl ,i, against the tariff bill has {• t .,ri\etl nearly three and one-half million Miniatures. Much doubt is ex ,, rt .«scil r« yarding the outcome of this hvjkikml tariff legistion. i; IV . .Inseph Mendi, of the Roman Catlinlie ch...

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 December 1901

San Juan Islander THE ISLANDER CO., Publishers. O. M. CULVER, Editor and Manager. Kntered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. gobacriptton Prloe, - »l.ftO Per Year ThVoficialPaper ol SujjJnan County. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1901 The Islander is indebted to Con gressman Cushman for a copy of the civil report of Major General Wood as military governor of Cuba. It con tains over 400 printed pages and scores of fine half-tone illustrations of Cuban scenes, the most noteworthy of which show the remarkable work accomp lished by the American engineers, es pecially in the line of sanitary reform. According to the Washington Star, Booker T. Washington is not the first colored man who has dined with the President at the White House. The other was Benjamin Banneker, a negro noted for his attainments in mathe matics, especially in astronomy, and also a linguist of note. The President who entertained him at dinner was no less a Democrat than Thomas Jeffer son, a Virgini...

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 December 1901

town and County INtttta lj s t your real estate with Gould 6 \VoM- __♦_ (j B. Drigars returned Monday from 8 business trip to Seattle. S( ,,xl to Morse Hdw. Co. for prices fl ,,' Milestone and sulphur. Mr. Jeffrie*, of Whatcom, is visiting R t the Karnsworth home. if in new! of a heating stove send to Morse Hdw. Co. for cuts and prices. Miss Nettie Stowere, of East Sound, l, as lieen visiting Miss May Sweeny the past wrek. Wm Kowle, of the "Oreen Front," went to Seattle Tuesday, expecting to return Saturday. , 7 , For feed grinding and wood cutling, any length, by power, see C. V. Peter sol , t HHii Juau valley. j. \V. Firth pays the highest cash prices for hides and pelts at the Friday Harbor Meat Market. ♦ For anything you want in the line of robber goods—boots, rubbers, mackin toshes, etc. —go to Churchill's. ♦ There will be services at the M. E. church Sunday, both morning and evening. All cordially invited. Quite extensive repairs and improve ments have been about completed on ...

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. — 5 December 1901

Catarrh Is a constitutional disease. . „•,»-■'./ It originates In a scrofulous condition ol tat blood and depends on that condition. It often causes headache and dizziness, impairs the taste, smell and hearing, af fects the vocal frgans, disturbs the stomach. It is always radically and permanently * cured by the blood-purifying, alterative and tonic action of Hood's Sarsaparilta This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous habit. llood's Pills ar« tb« best cathartic PROVISIONS FOR AN IRONCLAD. Feme Itema In ■ Month 1 Rations for m Blk Ship. In one month 16,000 loaves of bread, one pound to a loaf, are made in the bakeshop, and thirty-five pounds of yeast are consumed In the making. To butter the bread 1,000 pounds per month of the best butter obtainable are used. For breakfasts 900 pounds of coffee are used (all Items now being for the one-month period), and to sweeten the coffee and other things In whloh sweetening...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 December 1901

VOL. XI. NO. 45. NKWSOFTHEDAY FROM THE FOUR QUARTERB 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 Severe snow storms swept overJEngland iin ,] Scut land the first of the week. Native scouts from Bangabon, province ( ,f NiH-va Kcija, have killed the American n^m. David Fagin, a deserter from the Twenty-fourth Infantry (colored), who f,,r more than two years has been leading I jlipinoa againHt the American troops. (mv. Vannovsky, the Russian minister of ciliication, has introduced a system ulkt»'l»v university students will be able t,i c! He representatives to speak on their behalf and bring grievances before tin- authorities. The federal supreme court adjourns M [ay for a month. The public debt decreased $11,206,512 during November, according to the monthly treasury statement. ('apt. Ben Tilley, naval governor of Tut in la, Samoa, has been acquitted of t!i.' ...

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. — 12 December 1901

San Juan Islander THE MLANDEK CO., PublUhars. ■ O. H.'cULVIiB, Editor cud Manager. Bnterod at the postofflce in Friday If arbor as second olana mail matter. Subscription Prloe, - 91.M0 Per T«ar fhe Official Paper ol San Jean Comty. CLUBBING LIST To all subscribers .paying 1 one year In advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ing named"publication* are offered, to trotlier with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.; ISLANDER and - ■ £eaU)e Pout-Intelligencer, weekly, - - $1.80 Beattle Times, weekly, ... - 1.80 New York Tribune, weekly, - • <■.■ 16a New York Tribune, •ri-weekly, - - *io Thriee-a-Week N. Y. World, - • - ' 2.00 Toledo Blade. »-6o J>etroit Free Pr4av neini.weckly, ' ' aoo H. P. Kxarainer, weekly, - - - 3.5° H. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 200 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - » 15 Ht. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - a.oo Vartn and Fireside, - "- - - »-65 Harm Journal, .... » 1.60 McClure's Magazine, • * - *-'° Cosmospolitan Magazine, ».'/.■» • . -...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 December 1901

"""""WNlNNsVysss^^ j Cown and County JVcws List your real estate with< Uould & Wold. __^_ The revenue cutter Oraut was in port Monday. '" . _">:*, Win. Fowle returned Saturday from 8bu ,j M cHS trip to Seattle. :^ . if in need of a heating stove send to Morse Hdw. Co. for cuts and prices. r, Janies H. Buchanan, of Richardson, wftS trunaacting business iv town Tues day- __+___ .■■■;:-;,:.;■ a D Tift has been spending several davii In Heattle on the grand jury in t l, t federal court. For feed grinding and wood cutting, my leiißth, by power, see C. V. Peter sol ,S:iii Juan valley. ' V: For anything you want in the line of rubber goods—boots, rubbers, inackin (ohliWi etc.—go to Churchill's. ; Ll«Mit**naut Johnson, of the revenue launch Scout, has received a thirty d^y extension of his leave of absence. Will Fowle says he couldnt spare the tiuie, but lie got a quiet tip of some Hood things for the holiday trade up -Bound, ho he started next trip. ; — — L. IJ. Carter, of the Bl...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 December 1901

Eczema How it reddens the skin, Itches, ootes, dries and scales! Some people.call it tetter, milk crust or salt rheum. The suffering from it is sometimes in tense; local applications are resorted to— they mitigate, but cannot cure. It proceeds from humors inherited or ac quired and persists until these have been removed. Hood's Sarsaparilla positively removes them, has radically and permanently cured the worst cases, and Is without an equal for all cutaneous ernptlons. -' ■ " ■ m lloou'a Pills are tb« beat cathartic. Pric« 25c«nU. Lamps on Dogs' Collars. A novel idea for sportsmen seems to be of Portuguese origin. An elec tric lamp is placed on the collar of the hunting dog, and this frightens foxes and badgers from their burrows when the dog enters. Hamlin's Wizard Oil Co. send song lKM)ks free. Your druggist sells the oil, ami it stops pain. Angling Society Protects Fish. One of the moat important duties of the Thames Angling Preservation Society is the recovery from the reser voi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 December 1901

VOL. XI. NO. 46. SEWS OF THE DAY F ROM THE FOUR QUARTERB OF THE WORLD. Comprehensive Review or the Important Happenings of the Past Week Presented in a Condensed Form Which Is Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many Readers FmiHTor William has decorated Mar quis Ito with the Order of the Red Eagle. Capt. Urfel Srbreehas succeeded Cap - tain Tiil( as military governor of Tut ' ol lla. Samoa. _. '' Senator Warren has introduced an oDMii.ini.'iit to the constitution, grant ,iJ,g the right of suffrage to women. ; Tin' trunnport Warren sailed from Ma * nila on December 15 with 756 short-term enlisted men and Gens. Hughes and 'funston. _ ..; -Y'f?- Tlie engagement is announced of Cai>t. Hichniond P. Hobson and Miss • Flt'anor l.utlli)W,of Springfield,O., niece 0 ex-Governor Bushnell. ..The wedding . ,ill take place in February. ' . ' 2 Mr. Kruger, formerly president of the South African republic, has arrived at Utrecht, and has taken possession of his ne residence. .;..■",;•;.. Tl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 December 1901

I San 7uan Islander ' THK ULAJTDKR CO.. rubllahTa. '. O. H. CUtVWt,. Bdltor aad Manager. Entered at the postomee in Friday Harbor as second elaas mail nutUf. - ■ ■■bs«H»««— Trtmm. - >IJ«f>rT-r TH OBclil Paper ol Su Jin Comtj. CLUBBING LIST To all •abacrlbers paying on« year in advanoeXand arrears, if any) tbe follow ing named publication* are oflered« to gether witu tbe INLANDER, at tbe com bination prices quoted, vis.: ISLANDER and m „ Seattle Post-Intelligencer, weekly. - - $iJo Seattle Time*, weekly. ... -,- i.fc New York Tribune, weekly, - -..-!«• New York Tribune, tri-weekly, .-. - . s.io Thrice-a-Week N. Y. World, • - - »oo Toledo Blade, - - • ; • •. t.60 Detroit Kree Frew, serai-weekly, -« - - **o 8. r. Xzamiaer. weekly. - . -, • 5° S. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - • 3-oa Chicago inter-Ocean, weekly. -•.- „ - »-i5 St. Paal Pioneer PreM, weekly, • - • a.oo Farm and Fireside, * • - • ' - «-65 Farm Joamal, ~- - - - • • 1.60 McClure't Magarine, .... *.» CoataoapoliUn Magar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 December 1901

Cown and County JSew gix Dollars fcr a |7 clock.—Harpar. Llit your reaJ estate with Gould * Wold. gomethiag swell in ladies' watches. > • _H»rp»t. a ,:; '"- !-r-;^C ?f . -;' ' John Wold returned Tuesday to fl p«ad the holidays. .; The schools will close here Tuesday the hollda/ vacation^^y.yfi.^Vg joaepU and John Sweeney returned Monday from a trip to Seattle. If in need of a heating stove send to jiorse Hdw. Co. for outs and prices. Men's pants, and men's and Jadies' wo ol underwear, a large stock, at Mar tlu A Jensen's. .. v^ For feed grinding and wood cuttiag, t ny length, by power, see C. V. Peter •uu, B*n Juan valley. : .. :, If you are in need of blue-stone, sul» pbur or lime write the Morse Hdw. Co., Whfttcorn, for prices. ; ; .+_ V :.V-^; Will Fowle has a new and handsome c»»t> register in use in his store—the fmest one in the county. .". f— For anything you want in the line of rubber goods—boots, rubbers, mackin toahea, etc.—go to Churchill's. ■ -——--•-:-. -■"■ -:;.-■...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 December 1901

Rheumatism ' What is the use of telling the rheumatic that be feels as if hia Joints were being dis located r He knows that his sufferings are very much like the tortures of the rack. What he wantt to know is what will per manently cure hit disease. That, according to thousands of grateful testimonials, is Hood's Sarsaparllla It promptly neutralites the acid In the blood on which the disease depends, com pletely eliminates It, and strengthens the fyptem against Its return. Try Hood's The Conductor Got Even. Conductors on street cars generally have good memories. One of the G street line was seen quietly smiling re cently, when a passenger said to him: "You seem pleased." "I am, and I have reason to be. Did you see that woman who stepped off th# car a block below? Well, I have been looking for her for nearly six weeks. About that long ago she passed off on me when I was in a hurry a Canadian quarter. When I turned it In, of course, the company didn't accept Canadian money, and that w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 December 1901

VOL. XI. NO. 47. SEWS OF THE DAY proM THE FOUR QUARTERS OF THE WORLD. Comprehcnjive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Presented j n a Condensed Form Which Is Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many Readers I pnn was born to General and Mrs. Frederick FunHton, Wednesday, at Oak |sjd, Cal. Representative Wood, of California, hjg introduced a bill to establish a de ptrtment of mines and mining. genator Hale has introduced a bill •othorizing the enrollment and organiza tion of a I'uited States naval reserve. The transport Thomas has arrived at «an FranciHCO from Manila, via Nagasaki. j,|n> hat I itl cabin passengers on board am l 1854 soldiers. John J. Valentine, president of the Wells-Kargo Co., is very low at his home at Oakland, California, and may pass away at any time. .~ ,\ ~ ■ f.p, 4 Count yon Eulenberg, grand court niarehal of Prussia and commander of the First division of infantry, has re fipnetl from the army. , ■_:^,;,:4^ &nat<w Lodge has intr...

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. — 26 December 1901

San jfuan Islander THE ISLANDER CO., PuMt»her«. O. H. CULVKR Editor and Manager. " Entered at the postolllco in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. j»b««rlptlon Prlc«, - »I.SO Per Y«ar The Official Paper ot San Jnan County. f; CLUBBING LIHT ' To all subscribers paying one year in advance (alid arrears, if any) the follow ing named publications are offered, to- Kuther with the ISLANDER, at the corn inatioii prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER and Seattle Post-Intelligencer, weekly, • - Ji.So fieattle Time*, weekly, .... 1.80 tlew York Tribune, weekly, • - - 160 flew York Tribune, ♦ri-weekly, - - a.io Thrice-a-Week N. Y. World, - • - 2.00 Toledo Blade, 160 Detroit Prwi Pres«, senii-weekly, • - 200 6. F. Kxamiuer, weekly, ... • 2.50 ft. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - • 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - •>:'.' 215 6t. Paul Pioneer Pre»», weekly, - - aoo Parm and Fireside, -. » • • .1.65 Farm Journal, .... - 1.60 McClure's Magazine, .... a.io Cosinogpolitan Magazine, - . • - 2.10 R...

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. — 26 December 1901

I Cown and Coinit^ JVews I List your real estate with Gould A Wold. ' „' The Woodruff family has moved frooi rout lake toßlakely island. If in need of a heating stove' send to Mor*e Hdw. Co. for cuts and prices. Men's pants, and rn«n's and ladies' W((O I underwear, a large stock, at Mar tin Jt Jensen's. ; ; .^ : Mr and Mrs. M. Danahey, of Seat tle are visiting Mrs. Danahey's sister, Mr-. Jas. Burke. M W.Martin, for a long time an employ* of the Islandeii, is vow at An:u<»i'(lu, Mont. For feed grinding and wood cuttiag, n y length, by power, see C. V. Peter go,;, San Juan valley. If you are in need of blue-stone, sul pluiror lime write the Morse Hdw. Co., W'liateoiu, for prices. -„ „'; 4 For anything you want in the line of rubber goods— boots, rubbers, mackin toshes, etc.—go to Churchill's. ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith arrived from water Monday for a short visit with relatives and friends. ♦ Miss Nellie Sweeney and John and Will Sweeney came home from Seattle Monday to spend their...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 26 December 1901

Humors Thoy take possession of, the body, and are Lords of Misrule. , , v „ ~ They are attended by pimples, bolls, the Itcbing tetter, salt rheum, and other cv taneous eruptions; by feelings of weakness, languor, general debility and what not. * ' Tney cause more suffering than anything else.'- . " !*£ ■<■ Health, Strength, Peace and . Pleasure require their expulsion, and this Is posl tively effected, according to thousands of grateful testimonials, by . Hood's Sarsaparilla Which radically and permanently drives them out and builds up the whole system. Knew Her Man. He was desperately in love with her but lacked the courage to propose. "This line," she said, as bent over, his hand, "indicates that you have a long life before you; "this one indicates !a ' good heart, this one an artistic temperament, and this one that you lack courage. Being a dull and stubborn brute, always ready to prove other people liars, ho popped—lndianapolis Sun. K*gnlat« the I.lv*>r. Irregularity kills...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 January 1902

VOL. XI. NO. 48. KEWSOFTHEDAT FRO M THE FOUR QUARTERS OF THE WORLD. Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Present** in a Condensed Form Which Is Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many Readers liiHßstrons floods are again threatened in the eastern states, and also in Tennes fcO. 1., a\( iiworth convicts planned another e! ic2i|H', which was headed off by' Warden McCliiu^lH-y. Mr ami Mrs. Paul Thebaud, of Madi noii avenue, New York, have been robbed of jewelry worth $50,000. A newly en caged valet is said to have committed (be robbery. .■-.,, .;-......„. M. Hanard, the French sculptor, has jngt completed the model of a statue of the French Marshal Rochambeau, to be presented to Washington, D. C, as a companion to the statue of Lafayette. 1 The warship Missouri has been launched at Newport News. Major Hugh S. Bel knap was buried at Arlington cemetery, Washington, Friday. According to a report from Manila, Pec. 27, Hoven men of Company E, Ninth infantry...

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. — 2 January 1902

VOL. XI. NO. 48. NEWS OF THE DAY FRO M THE FOUR QUARTERS OF THE WORLD. Comprehensive Revkw of the Important Happ«nings *f the Past Week Presented In a Condensed Perm which Is Most Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many Readers Disastrous floods are again threatened i,, the eastern states, and also in Tennes- Ft'O. I,c!i\i nworth convicts planned another eH ca|K', which weh headed off by Warden McClaugbey. >lr. and Mrs. Paul Thebaud, of Madi- H n avenue, New York, have been robbed of k'wt'lry worth $50,000. A newly en papt'd viilet is said to have committed ,)„. robbery. M. Ilanard, the French sculptor, has •wt completed the model of a statue of tin- Kronen Marshal Rochambeau, to be presented to Washington, D. C, as a companion to the statue of Lafayette. 1 The warphip Missouri has been launched at Newport News. Major Hugh 8. Bel knap was buried at Arlington cemetery, Washington, Friday. According to a report from Manila, Dec. -7, Hoven men of Company E, Ninth infantry, were kill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 January 1902

San jluan Islander THE ISLANDER CO., PubUilwyi. P. 11. CUf,VKS.... Kditor and Manager. " Entered at the postofllce in Friday Harbor as second class mall matter. Subscription Pries, - »I.SS Per Year fhe Official Paper ol San Juan County. CLUBBING LIST To all subscribers paying one.year in Advance (aud arrears, If any) the follow ing: oamea publications are offered, to gether with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, vjr.: ISLANDER and Seattle Post-Inteljlfencer, weekly, - - fi.Bo Seattle Titan, weekly, - . - - - l-fo Hew York Tribute, weekly, - - .- x6O New York Tribune, »ji-weekly, r - a.io Thrice-«-Week N. V. World, - • » a,qo Toledo Blade, «• *•&> Detroit Fret PreM, eeral-weekly, - - a.oo S. F. Kwuiuer, weekly, ... 3.50 8. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, • - a.oo Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - a.15 St. Paul Pioneer Pre*i, weekly, - t a.OO Farm and Fireside, - • • • » 1.65 Farm Journal, - • • • ■ r 100 kcClure'a Magazine, .... a.io iboamoapolitan Magazine, - - 2&l...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 January 1902

Cowti and County J^ew Gri lu sacks at Churchill's. jj. sniaby, th© West Sound mer ", wa i in town on business the Anthony Ohlert was over from Olga lutter pnrt of the week in his trad ] Pt sooner, the Wanderer. Mr , James Scribner returned this Mk from a visit with her daughter, In. C. N. 8. Tucker, at Florence, gnohomlsb county.^ „-';; Among the numerous Christmas nrW ent9 received by Mr. and Mrs. Lie C.Gould was a check for $500 from Mr. Gould's father. Tbe funeral of the late Governor j^gers took place at Puyallup yester day afternoon. Appropriate memorial urvicw were held here at the Meth odUtcuurch. f— — H r . Broder, of the San Juan cream (r y and clam cannery, says there is a good demand for all the clams he can put up He buys the 'raw material' principally from the Indians. Twenty oue sacks were brought to him recently In one day. The annual meeting of the San Juan Club, for the election of two trustees to serve for three years and for the trans action of such other business...

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