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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1902

San Islander riii: ISL.ANHKU CO., Publishers. •>. •(. CCI.YKK,.... Kditor and Manager. Entered at the postotlico in Friday :!Krl>.>r us Moonu ulass mail matter. Sit7Mcri]i(tnil rrli<s - »1..'i0 I'm V*ar r:e Official Paper ol Sao Caanty, hi Clubbing Lit* *- To all «,nlisc:-il Raping Mi)ft year ill i i m. (i .md iirr'ir-., if; any ' tl',o fojlow i ig ihmuiml RubMoatloiia urn otfbroll; t<» jjetlicr with tlio ISI.A.VDHII, ut |bj poin blnation price* quoted, Vi(f.; !SI.AN*i)HK «nd battle Poit-lutelUgciicer, we«^jy, ? T $i r £fl ie tU Times, weekly, .... ': RP \ thwc«t Horticulturist .... t.(.., •few Yutk Tribijtip Farmer ■ - • l>> \. v York Tribune Review - : - - I>Q \,iv York Tribune, 'ri-wcckly, - -'•,• *.i" ri»i icen-Weck N. Y. World, •>. . • ,t a.oo fo!edo Blade, • .... . . i/o iVuoil Free l'rcss, semi-weekly, - • - 3.0> S. i". Kxiiniiner, weekly. - • t > : .r" (j. i\ Bulletin, Sunday cditiui), - - f.on Clticago Intcr-Occon, weekly. i t a.i.S «t l'aul...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1902

""^""""jrourth in Pc\pul»U»^ The population the United. States , iidofth«Wtli century W»8, In 31 i number*, rilU"?o 000 OOU of people in" insular al>" ll V s M the beginning of the P o*"**, , he population of thm country pe"t!l. s,ooo, Wing a gain in 100 -I hut ha« no parallel in. history. C^ owihof^Uo country in, civiliza in wealth and in power has been t'""' '!'■ marked, as its mcreaje in pop l»Uj*;, R ,,d its rank In political It* " Lee Has been raised in even greater p° It in t-oflny the dominating 11 "m, t!ip iiations of the world. •"Jl-meiilal advaiitages and national . , tli istio«aif reHpoiißible for this (1 ,1,,,,., riwof the.-. United stftte8' Ip™,. position the country. : holds today ;J,,' awe every citizen in it Power I, only beget* advantages, but also !' no^ obligations. All citizens of this -mobile and especially the statesmen She nation, should be sobered by the re , , re^ponaibilitiea that rent on the foremost power of the.globe. The trust 'f leadership^houjd be ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1902

I RALPH HARDELOT'S 1 $ MEDIATION I * — <» (jb BY WILLIAM MINTO JJf AN ♦ iW CHAPTER I. Tlif State <>f England in 1380. It was the reign of Richard 11., one of the most disturbed reigns in English history, i The times were dark, and were grow ing darker, doudfl gathering and lower ing mi every hand, and, worse than that, ominous tremors beginning to make themselves felt in the very floor ami foundation of society it-elf. The darkness was all the more appalling that it had bam preceded by a period of unparalleled triumph and splendor. I'mlcr Edward 111., in the middle of his long reign. Eifgland had been the first nation in Kurope, and the king's court had been on a corresponding scale of magnificence. He had realized the kingdom of the fabulous Arthur. The kings of Scotland and France were pris oners together in his capital; his, dominion stretched literally from the' Orkney* to the Pyrenees ; the chivalry, of Europe gathered to his feasts and tournament!, and Christian poten...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1902

Eruptions pry, moist, scaly tetter, all form. I eczema or salt rheum, pimples °d other cutaneous eruptions pro ed f rom humors, V either inner ited, or acquired through defective digestion and assimilation. \ To treat these eruptions with drying medicines is dangerous. The thing to do is to help the astern discharge the humors, and strengthen it against their return. Hoods Sarsaparilla permanently cured J. a Hines. Franks. 111., of *c«ema, from which I. had suffered for, seine time; and Miss .irinaWolter. Box 212. Algona. Win., of pim is on «»r face and back amd "chaf.d .kin on [ r body, by which sb« had b««n eroatlj troubled. There ar« n.ora testimonials In f,vcr of this great m«dicin» than can bs published. . , »■ -•,- ■>; Hood's Sarsaparilla Promises to cure .and keeps the promise. Don't put off treatment Buy a bottle of Hood's today. Society for Preventing Tuberculosis. A society has been organized in Moscow, Rus§i», the members consist* j n gof both physicians and laymen, fo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1902

Ban luan Island I Outside of Count r Scat I I SAN ,11 AN VAI.LKV ■ Alfred Dougiai »vas up-Sound raßti Week. ■ • , Win. Jake] Is atrain confined to his bed With stoin.i'i 1 trouble. Miss Ki;ii'i- I>(irl«v arrived holiday fort visit with her pareut* L its of lUeigb riding all last week. Everybody havinua -lcitfli uviiilableAvas Gilt. Mr. and \trn. IV. I j<-htcniirrg r'ctnr'n'o'd to i,)(»./. after .i short visit at the Umklcy home. Oi/aoconnt'ofth'oiiliiflss'df Mr. Smith there \va* Do sinking <-lu-s at tlie oburcli 1.1%, week. , .'■ The •rhoiiiHT Louis* H. was over fatty) Hft-llock n>i- woek to take «svor J&Ame hay fir .1. <•. l'.iri;iii:m, oM^iglMd Ao till' Wii.sliinKtnii Mill c'oiiijHiny., : - Henry Durl and fatnll) left Moitaay for F.vei<tt. wll«re they will locate. Mr. I>art is :i millei anil oxpcotH to gat a position in the BvawU Hour mill. . . Save money i»y puruha«iiifl paints, oil-, doers unit windows of tilt? Morse Hdw. Co., Whateoir. * I'lhMmisc Hdw. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1902

Che San luan Islander. V OL. KIT, N.E.CHURCHILL , Successors to the |k SAN JUAN TiUUIWi COMPANY, 5 General Merchandise $ Farm Implements, Hay A Grain and Produce '. , J ..' v\ '"■ ■: " ' '■-•" -' • ■:- "■ '"■ '••■"'" '>:-'_ ::- M[ . ' ■'■ '. ■'.' ■■ -.\Nr" I. ' ':' •"'■.-. 11 , .■ ' . . . ': V ' . *|) I^arge^t; Store in San Juan 1 County, t - . , ''."''■!■ " ... 1 HARDWARE H A R DW A R E ******* - ._ ■■ •• •■• '• ••■• -■ ' ■'' ■ _ - HARDWARE DO YOU WANT a Plow, iv Harrow; a Keg of Nrvilb, a Doubletree, a Bingleti«ee. a No, J- Axe, any kind of a Saw, a Maul or Wedge, a Ooi-kfioi'ew. or^Oan: Opener, anything in the Harness line—do you^waut the best, bargains ... you ever had -= ./ V •, ,' Z*?^ I blue front STORE ] mmmmmmtMmmmmmmmmmmmmmma^ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmimmmmmmmmm.i »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦♦ ♦♦+♦♦♦♦+♦ f♦. ♦f ♦♦♦M ft ♦+ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ „ . 97?artin dc Jensen .. . I '■■■ ■ •- ■ *&/?>*p\ ■' **■ ■ >'■>'. X , | /m <k ■ ■ »- • ■ '■.•,■ ■ > «. Senoral 7/ferohandho ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1902

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER. O. 11. (II.VKK, Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH EVENTS OF THE fiAY A Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Presented >ni Condensed Form Which Is Most Lilly to Prove of Intern: to Maiq ftNffca* I/mdon, the past week, hafi been ex perfoncMg the moat severe weather for •JO yearn. The Pacific CoaptCompany has bought the steamer Valencia. She will, it is Mid, take the place of the lost Walla Walla. "Ki'l" Ijivijrne and Jack O'Brien have been matched lO fight before the Yo- Miaitfl Athletic Club, at San Francisco, February UK. Rwnof ban it that the Klkins-Weden er-Kyan syndicate, with the aid of J. P. Morgan 4 Co., will takeover all Chicago streetcar lines, as well as those of sev eral other large cities. A bronze medalion memorial of the late John Kimkin was unveiled at noon Saturday, in Westminster Abbey, by Mrs. Arthur Severn, Rußkin's counin, in the presence of a distinguished gather ing. Miss Jane Butt, a member of the fac ulty of the ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1902

jjfß INDUSTRIES COMMISSION WHICH HAS BEEN t0 INVESTIGATING Makes Its Report to Congress-A Document of More Than One Thousand Printed Pages-First Sections Deal With Inter s tate Commerce, Agriculture, Mining and Transportation. WVbingt.n, Feb. B.—The industrial oßlin ißßion has submitted its final re lort to congress. It is a document of more than 1,000 printed pages. The first art which has been made public, deals with the progress of the nation, includ- L agriculture, mining and transporta tion. Recommendations are made *on the subjects of transportation and agiv the lubjecta of transportation and agn alture. The commission advises as to transportation: That the policy of governmental su pervision and control of railroads, as originally laid down in the senate com mittee report of 1886, and embodied the following year in the . interstate com merce act, be revived and strengthened, That the authority of the interstate commerce commission necessary for the adequate protection of ship...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1902

San 3uan lalancUr tick ISI..\M>KH CO., Publisher*; i». .| cri.VKK', Editor and Manage!. .:ntt<rt>il at tlio poHtofllt'ri in Krldily ' ilaTlwriWHOOOiiUcliuwjiigll matter, i S ilbscrl pi lon Price. - »1..'.(> I'tT ; Hi- Till Official Paper oi San Juan County. _ Clubbing List — To sill Huhs«Tibors paying tine year lit advance (and arrears, if any) tlio fo||<>\»', m i named publication* aro'ollbrod, td r j .', i!nr with tlio'iSli-.VXD'KII. at tho coif l iniialiuii prfeM quoted, viz.: ISI.ASUKK iUltl . ' ;, M..ttlc Pout-Intelligencer, weekly, • • $1.8*?. ittlc Times, weekly, ';>,• '• • • 1-B*l Invest Horticulturist - • , -' • J. 6* Yew York* Tribune Farmer • - |•* lifi' New York Tril>une Review - ■- • t • •• 1.8" Sew";Vorlt Tribune, •ri-wcrkiy, - •• j all^ i Mil icc-a-Wtek N. Y. World, - - *;»•** I•')!. Jo Hlailc, ''.'"'• > - ; •' l<« ! Detroit Krec PreM, Mcmi-weeUl^; - •_■ : s.OO | S. l 1: Kxamloer, weekly, - - - .• • ' ••!>" I >. I', llnllctiili S\Mi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1902

"- Additional LOCAL. ; (tr;t inHH«k 9 »t Churchill*. ; ; V; „,, , „,».„- (iuild of 11 iip pV&UJrh>H«M J2aHMUrtwllhMi»AAl**M*il gfleriiiwu- - .;, , ...;;;;;, tv;ink ft'hH fella M«fH« Imye i illir -i few <lays at the Hdll home I H.^m»n!SlUke^-.;. : ;■ The ,Ucellii*i at the M. rE. tfhurch . '„11 jfiilim on. ' Ki-xt SililHay Mr. alrp't Will preach both lhttrliing antl evening- _ ..^ .':'-- T!ie Islandkk is requested Ib an'> Bounce that the reeling circle Will Let at the Sun Juan CluU rbWuiS Fri d«V evening, HUllnst. rTh , tonUrl.k'd Hesbri|Wibh br the 'tinty piiUJWhed In Ulft tdLANtifiU last V j, el . i- again HnUlUfUld this weeß And it is suggested that th« paper'M; efforts t( , advertise the county can be riialiHal lyaidttl by subscribers mailing copies jo "|,oii]f'seekerH': whom I.they tnay know. —-■ t ' ~'':''-: ■ ': "''■'' for fruit trees that aH afecllmated , 1II(1 |i r ..claßß iii every YeSpefct and arc iarrniiled true to nallie call Upon or Write to P. Uostian, Crys...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1902

I RALPH HARDELOT'S $ I MEDIATION § /IN W fIS BY WILLIAM MINTO Sj CHAPTER II—CONTINUED. When he was gone the chancellor's face expanded. The usher on return ing from the execution of his hospitable order*, found him pacing the room with a look of prosperous calculation, a thoughtful look in his eyes, a smile playing round his wide firm mouth. ! Reginald Hardelot, a comely young man of six-and-twenty, was a relative anil protege, and one. of his moat confi dential servants, the regulator of admit* ! eion to his privacy. The chancellor had found him discreet, and no man was deeper in his confidence. "I shall want you this afternoon to ride some distance for me," he said. "Hold yourself in readiness to start an hour after noon. Have two yeomen ready to accompany you. Meantime, And out whether the Duke of Tjincaflter is at the Savoy. If he is there, tell him what we know, and appoint an interview for me." We need hardly to explain to our readers that John of Gaunt, the Duke of Lancaster,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1902

The Stimulus of Pure Blood That i 9 what is required by every organ of the body, for the roper performance of its functions. P j t prevents biliousness, dyspep- B ia, constipation, kidney complaint, rheumatism, catarrh, nervousness, weakness, faintness, pimples, blotches, and all cutaneous erup- tions. jt perfects all the vital processes. «• p Keeton. Woodstock, Ala., took Hood't cnaparilla to make ins blood pure. Ha •rites that he had not felt well but tired for c time. Before he had finished the first bottle of this medicine he felt better and w hen he had taken the second was like w other man-free from that tired feeling md able to do his'work. Hood's Sarsaparilla Promises to cure and keeps the promise. Accept no substitute, but get Hood's today. Graduate in Blanket Costume Anna Parker Cox, daughter of Quannah Parker, the noted Comanche Indian statesman, who is married to a white man, has donned her blanket and taken up wild reservation life again. She is a graduate of the Car li...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1902

Ban luan Island Out: \dc cf Count? feat SAN JUAN VAIJ.KY Miss <}raro l\»y <• wpijt ti, Ho|t 'I'own ««enil Saturday. The ii:ciubiT«.of tlie «i"j:iu|,' j:'.a>.s aru §rnutgiu|| to fiv« a M";'a! Un rtl°"^s?J* Mis^ Mary C«ii»|H lias !fo,np to Port Tow ml to vW l relntivpH for v fp>v ;l ays. Mr. Mid Mrs, <lias. Wqo<| went to J/opoz last week toe a \\tt\t with relu tives. Mrs. John ltue.klcy ai^d, nqn \l(\ went to Tort To\vn*oii(l s^urday \\\ meet Mr. Hii.Ulcy piuj sun Julia, r<'U|i'Hi"K I rum California. Frances Qorlej I«*V« tuduy for Se attle, \vll""l-«- '•I'" will leave as soon as )ii-;i<-tn-idile |V>» l>a\yson, Yukon territory. Tlmytiunp folks <>l tljis vicinity «aye # l'arewi'fl d.iiu<ii)ji P^ity ■II Mcr ho|io}- «t tin- 'l'li'>nito:i Louse List iii^ht, ,Savi> money I.V |Min;llHMlllg paint«, <)i|s, iloora and windows of tin* MufM! HdW. Co , What-roii . * The Morse JJdw. Co. will sfive you money on doors i\\\(\ wi|H|"\\s,. Tliey lead in tl...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1902

Che San luan Islander. VOL. XII. N. E. CHURGHILL I 1 = : " Successor to the ; . ' . '-: SAN JUAN ; TRADING COMPANY, General Merchandise Farm Implements, Hay ? Grain and Produce.... - •- •.■V'-:".'.v^"-X"-,."-.; ' ■ -r-:> jr -- ;■.. : . ■ ■"''•,■'■' - . ■.. • ■ „■* •■ '< •.-... . ■ ' ■ ■- ••■ * •' ,~ ■ -:.?■ ■ *• x. Largest Stoj»e in San Juan V : ; County. ;/.. ' ■ \..,. '*' . '''" -■■ '' I HARDWARE HARDWARE habdwarh ' --'••■• • - '■•■ ■"' ■-•■•*■ •■■■• "-I , . HARDWARE • .■-...-' ■..". "^ .■, ■ • ,• • . .. .'. , . ,■....;• .■ DO YOU WANT a Plow, a Harrow, a Keg . . of Nailh, a Doubletree, a Singletree, a No. 1 ( Axe, any kind of a Saw, a Maul or Wedge, a ; • Corkscrew ' or Can \ Opener, anything in, the Harness line —dq you want thp best bargains j you ever had— , i ;;;™1T L I blue FRONT store »♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ M♦ t ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ t♦♦♦ t♦ f ♦ ♦'♦♦ t> »♦■» ♦ M ♦ 4 . , r9/fartin 6c Jensen . • , ___.^>«/#»w '- Sonera/ 9tfore hand fee .. We still We on hand a few ladies' »hirt W...

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. — 20 February 1902

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER. O. H. (Vl-VKR, Editor. "WASH FRIDAY HARBOR EVENTS OF THE DAY A Comprehensive Review of the Important Happening! or the Past Week Presented in a Condensed Form Which Is Most I K. I v to Prove of Interest to Our Many R*»d#n. ' Trof. Mayer Waul, proteßPor of law in the Harvard law school, is dead from heart disease. Herr Hoerup, Danish Minister of Pub lic W rkH, who has been suffering frwm cancer, ig dead. Jeffries and Fitzeimmonß have signed articles for a 20-round fight May 15, be fore the club offering the best induce ments. Ten thousand cayuses have been bought in Utah, Colorado and Wyoming and will be phipjted to South Africa for use of the British. 1 W. 0. Whitney's two-year-old filly, a full sister of lioldsmith, is dead at West bury, Conn., of influenza. Charles Frohnian, the theatrical man ager, will go t<> Europe shortly. During his stay abroad he will consult M. Co qneUn over plbiih for the establishment of a French theater in New York. State Aud...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1902

THEY WANT ciiiPlNO MEMORIAL TRANSMIT TED TO THE SENATE. Priy for Annexation to the United State. and for a Territorial Form of Govern ment—Would AJw Have a Remedy for the Ancient Evil Known as the Friar— Amneity Alio Aiked. Washington, Fb. 14.—The memorial o f the Federal party of the Philippine islands was transmitted to the senate by the secretary of war, together with a letter of transrrittal by Gov. Taft, in w ho?e charge the document was given. The memorial was adopted at an extra ordinary session of the Federal party held in Manila in November. It sets forth that the performance of that obligation of the treaty of Paris which gave the United States congress "authority to fix the status of the Philippine islands has been deferred to this time because of the attack by the Filipinos upon the govereignty of the United States, an act brought about, the memorial says, through a misunderstanding, and not through hatred of the American sover eignty. It further states that out of the s...

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. — 20 February 1902

San 3uan Island^ THIC I«I.ANI>KK CO., l'uiilt.hcri. % O. H.CII.VKK. ' ')-. or mid Mutialer! Kntcred at iho pdstoHlcei in Friday Harbor us neoond class mail mutter. .5,,1,..-,i,»1i..1» I'rler, - »l-flO V*t $'•** The Official Paper ot San Juan Coiliitfr. - Clubbing ttot •- To nil «nl»Mc-il< ir» pnyliiß on* year In «.l\:iiir«> (mml :irr<> if any) the low ing rat*"**l publications iin> offered, U>- Kother with the ISI-.AXDKK, at the eoin bination ]>i ic»'v quoted, vie..: Is!,ANI)KK aud Seattle Post-IntelligtjJCcr, weekly, • : SI.BO SrattU* flints. «<<'«. lv, • • ♦ • 1.80 NorthwMt Horticulturist - • - - 1.60 New York Tribune Warmer » - ' uSa .'Jew York Tribune Kcview * • l • 1.80 New York Tribune, Jri'weekly, » • a:io Thrice «-W«t v. V. World, - • • a.oo rotate Illade, - - - - - - . ' (f) Detroit l-"rce l'rcss, h.-nii-w-rkiy, • - J.OO S. I". lxHiniiirr. weekly, - . - - '-S3 •1. f. liullctiu, Sum'..lV edition, - - I.tVJ Chicago luter-Occan. weekly, '» • - j.i...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1902

A DDITIOSAL LOCAL. , | Flor »de{Whittierclg«A at Best- ______ —. :; -,:';-.,:-.>: The February apportionment of state •^.nindj^^U,!.^^ W. 85. vVpcarrv a complete llii> of g?bcerleß. - Article guaranteed and out prices g^^^MarilnA-Jenßeh,:.*- Vow timt a liiblical explorer lia» • ' d the r >ck thai Moses struck, it Id .T ° i!.ouwtioiioftlnm until Jo^pli's Iflny colon, shHll be: rented ■^v, w ive Oriental .ra^bag^ .. if yon are nefldjliK anything in show • ,•, lie us. We cat! you the *L eninpleto line In the county. Martin & JeH^h.- ' v •;> :* ; „,. „.,1, do better buying seeds of \ „!-'■ Hdw, to. than at any other store New crop clean, pure need* * Though not asked to do bo the editor 'Ms that lie should apologize for an, announcement or the supposed death •of Mr*. H. L. Coffin, of Lopez, which uppt'ared recently in the Lopez Notes. The LopVz correspondent was [11 no sense responsible for the Item." It having been inserted by the editor up on information that there see...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1902

I RALPH HARDELOT'Sf I MEDIATION HI * J (US BY WILLIAM MINTO ' ' to CHAPTER [I—CONTINUED. MMy dear brother Amend-all," he •mid to him.«elf, rising in iiis saddle and cracking his whip, "if you are a fool to think of amending the world, I am a fool to think of amending you." Tired of his own thoughts, Reginald fell back on the companionship of his two yeomen, and as they rode down the Iteep hill towards Sudbury at an en forced slow pace, amused them with the tale of John of (Jaunt's clever ab duction "f the heiress of the Earl of Hereford. Hut when lie had finished the story he was again plunged in thought. John of (Jaunt set him thinking once more of his own fortunes. Aspiring Lancaster had himself married, as hil second wife, the eldest daughter of Pedro the Cruel, had lately assumed the title of King of Castile, in virtue of his wife's right, and hud been engineering for some time to get an expedition lent to Spain to enforce his title. If the ex pedition should come off, it would ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1902

IfIHSIDEJISTOBY i of A REMARKABLE CASE NOW PUBLISH." ED FOR THE FIRST TIME. :,! Mcbol. Maket » Bt«tim«t,T.illn» to be Be»t of Her Knowledge th Cause j 1 * which ted to the Trouble. The following facts, says the 1 Belfast, „ Republican Journal, have never c kin published. The incident {■ much comment at the time and ?Ss thought worth while to make 5 instigation. With this end in *? _. a reporter called upon Mrs. Elisa- Mh' hols at her home in Sears ♦ Me and obtained the following Ration. She- said,:, , r »\bout fix years ago my nerves broke down completely and my whole .«tem became a wreck. . I suffered dreadfully from indigestion and , my L s were very weak. I had frequent hinting epells. Finally, my sight ailed me entirely and I had to have eves bandaged all the time." ;■ ••This state of affairs," she contin ued "lasted for a year, when I was forced to go to bed and stay there con stantly. I became so weak that I could take only two tablespoonfuls of milk at a time. " I could not, ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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