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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1902

RED POLLED CATTLE Continued from lirst pa«ej butter, is that the broods* which are spec ially brad f.«r the dairy show a very >ii..ik load in this particular. ' I'.^ibl; the only exception that one might take from Mich• general statement in in th( ,;M.oi (lie Red Tolled. They have prove*: tl.<niNelvH.s e.\coptionally uo<xi dairy cat ill-, especially the cow MayHowcr. which stand* sweind among all tho cows for net profit im estimated butter, being exceeded only by tho Curensey cow, Mary Marsh all, and loading every Jersey. The. Ho;i Polled breed were handicappexl by tl\ rompaiativi'lv small number of vattk froiu which to select." Tha| I think is a pretty good srnd-ofV for the Kcd I'olled <attleas milkor.t, com inn as it does from ■ .lorney paper. As r beef c.ittle in my estimation they ni.'onl> ex«oc<ie«l by tbp.Aberdeen Angus (Pollen j Aliens), a lieed of cattle they very.much j rt'M'iiihloin shape, size and disposition, : being gentle, docile and easly kept. KSTYN...

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. — 27 February 1902

Che San luan Islander. VOL- XII. N. E. CHUBCHILL : ' Successor to the x ;. .( SAN JU^N TRADING CQMPANY, t ' ;-.< General Merchandise | . F^rm Implements, Hay ;• ; ; Grain and produce..., " | " ■ ■■.'r ■••'••■•' '.■■■'■-.■'•■:■'• '> • »-■■«■■ „.,!:.;.■■ -. ■■-„;• , i I*arge»t Store in -Sein' Juan County. ■' _."'." '" ... '„'■■'',■...*'.'■ '...*'' '■■•' HARDWARE .■: ■ HA R D WAR E IStilEift' ' »'r<.»^~.: -,',-^m. :■■..;w <^-q 11 ________ ______«_«__-_-_-_-__-_«_.—-— HARDWARE DO WANT a Plow, a Harrow, a Keg * '" of Nails, a Doubletree, a Singletree, a No. 1 ' Axe, any kind of a Saw, a Maul or Wedge, a V- • Corkscrew or C^n Opener, anything in the \, ■ • Harness line —do, you want the best bargains , . j you ever had — , ' ' . • w . £?„_„"* I BLUE FRONT STORE »+♦♦♦♦♦* ♦M M ♦'♦ ♦>♦"♦>» ♦■♦'♦ ♦ ♦♦♦'♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦'♦> ♦♦♦♦MM* , . , 7?fartin 6c Jensen . , . Seneral Tlforchgndiae <jl ' 2 j; We still have on hand a few ladies' Shirt WaUt«, Wrapp«r«» Coat* and Cape*; ' alto...

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. — 27 February 1902

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER. O. II CULVER, Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH EVENTS OF THE DAY A Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Presented la a Condensed Form Which Is Most likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many R-»<Un. Tope Leo celebrates his 92d birthday March I. Young Corbet t has challenged Me- Govern for a fight. A lockout of 2.000 brewers of Cincinnati, wat inaugurated Saturday night. Terry McGovern defeated Sullivan in a round tight at Louisville, Saturday night. Farmers iear Atchison, Kan., have arranged a bijr wolf hunt. About 8,000 will participate. A committee of the National Civic Federation will visit San Francipco for the purpone of ending tho strike. Fred ('aider, said to be one of the smoothest forgers In the country, has been arrested at Larimore, N. D.,on the charge of forgery, and will be taken to Great Krllh to be tried for forgeries com mitted there la-it November. 1 Justice (tray, of the Federal supreme court, is suffering from an attac...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 February 1902

SEVERE FIGHTING cm R HUNDRED PERSONS KILLED F OR WOUNDED During the Riots «t Barcelona - Spanish Government Preparing an Edict Declaring Martial Law Throughout the Country- National Crisis Is Feared—Women Prom. inent in the Rioting. Madrid, Feb. 21.—According to tele crame received here late last night from Barcelona, the street lighting there con tinues. The heavy rain which fell dur ing the day helped to disperse the riot er?, and the authorities are taking severe measures. A proclamation has been issued order ing all private individuals to surrender any weapons they may possess, under nain of severe penalties. The sale of arms has also been prohibited. Forty workmen's associations have been dissolved, and the members of their committees arrested. The dwell ings, of the Ptrike leaders and of anar chists are being registered and put under The battleship Pelayo has been ordered to Barcelona. ■ The military engineers have assumed control of the street-car service, and few cars, half ...

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. — 27 February 1902

feati >art "tstiUidfr THE ISLANUBU CO.. PublUliera. O. H. CULVKR Kdiior mid Manager. ""kntered at the postofllce In Friday Harboraaaoo»>n(l BimAi mail matter. sTilixcriptlim I'rlcg; - . »I.SO Per Year the Official Paper ot Sail Jimn County. _ Clubbing List - To all suhscril or* p:\ying one year in Advance (and arrears^ if any) the follow ing unmet! publication* are offered, to either with tlio ISLAMtKH, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKK aud - Seattle Post-Intelligencer, weekly, - w .« $1.80 Belittle TinicF, weekly, - - - :__ «>Bo Northwest Horticutturiat .... 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer ... 1.80 New York Tribune Review - - - • !.So New York Tribune, ♦ri-\rcekly, • - *•}<> Thrice-a-Wetk N. Y. World, • . - 3.00 Toledo Made, - l 6° Detroit Free I'rtss. semi-weekly, - - soo S. F. Examiner, wetkly, - - . - 3-5° S. F. Uulletiti, Sunday edition, • - 200 Chicago InUr-Occan, weekly, - - t.l] St. I'anl Pioneer Press, weekly, - - *°° M.nit:« Family Herald and S...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 February 1902

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Mr and Mrs. Warren Dlghtmen Veut'to Fairbav«u Tuesday. ; Ther» will be wrvioe in the Metho di9t church next Sabbath', morning and "evening. . ■ : _.^ -.. .-.'..-y .:.•;■■ •.•-,.■ E<l Buckley went to Fuirhaven Tues da y to enter into service ah f>reuian on tbe steamer Michigan. '^ ■ Dr. Teager, the* druggist, made an over Sunday visit to East Souud, com' billing pleasure business. Miss Bessie Hall returned yesterday from Colorado, wliere she has beeu At tending school for over a year. You can buy nails, doors nnd"wLh dows cheaper of the. Morse Hdw. Co. "ban any place on the bound. : :* ' i + Mr. and Mrs- Willard, of Everett, came to town Monday and went on to Cow ell's lime works Tuesday to en gage us cooks. -■ ; v -'■-„ Lieut. Johnson, lately in command of the revenue launch Scout,, has re signed from the revenue cutter service to accept a position as superintendent of nil electric light uiid power ce'rhpany at Redlandu, California, of whibii Mrs. Johnson's f...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 February 1902

The Smalt of the Back That is wheie some people feel weak all the time. They are likely to be despondent End 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 .1. L Camp bell, of Sycamore. 111.. "that Hood's Sarsapa rill» has cured me. For many years I was troubled with backache. At times 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 *reat medicine did for him It haa done for others. Hood's Sarsaparilla Promises to cure and keeps the promise Begin vreatment with Hood's today New York's Extinct Volcano. A Ifarraid professor has discovered what ho considers the remains of an extiiut volcano at Sehnylerville, N. V., a small country place already famous in American history. Get a lUiivh On ! Blow, olucgiDh system; Ihzv, leaden liver; bilious brain...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 February 1902

fglfefvention _ M light Is claimed by a.German B h>Sclan to be an effective remedy for SSy eczema as well as/other; skin % L Even when of long standing. T w^rst cases were cured by four hours' exposure to sunlight, covered only by a red cloth. . The keepers of the big cobras In the utral I'ark Menagerie and the New York Zoological Garden do not find It *«*v to supply their venomous charges *"'";,, the kind of food that they spe ciallr prefer. In their native land co h-as live chiefly on smaller and less Lcerous and objectionable / snakes. but although every effort is made. to collect harmless snakes to satisfy the - D petite of the imprisoned cobras, at some seasons they have to be content with rats and mice, which they do not particularly like. Other varieties of captive snakes are fed mainly on toads. mice and rabbits. English sparrows are also purchased for them. Sir Harry Johnston,' whose discovery of a new species of animal In the Ugan da Protectorate has excited much in ter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 February 1902

Ban luan Island * Out»U4 of County Beat ■AN JUAN TAI.I.hV Joe I rank left for the north l|«t w»ek. Mrs A. Throqps went to Wl^a^com the lint of the week. \U. «nd Mrs. P. (4f)rmap wf.nt to K(»rn. ;.<!w last week for a visit with Mrs. Jor .nun's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Oonkje, qf Wl^at , .*■■!, are vwiting Mrs. Oonklri parents, Mr. and Ml*. I\. A. Armstrong. Hcniy Ilailer and James Whlhli, who, w.Mit to Victoria to attend tl\e funeral of Mrs. Juine.^ llrowii, rotunuvi T.^onday. Mrs. IC. ('lough and Mrs. C. K.iMdi^b.els, (ii Tort Townsend, came, over on the. En lerpria^ 'to"attftjut- the funeral of JU>h:i Hmkloy, Jr. The steamer Enterprise, q| Port Town? send,took rorty-thrpe tons of Jjay to Had lock during the weqtc, Bhipped by J. O. Itorgman. ; . ■ . Israel Kntz came o\or from Port Town- Hcnii during the wee,k to lool^ after hi» interests here, also to do some, purchas ing in the produce line. For Sale— Laval sep»r:tlor ( CApac ity 260 pounds per hour. Will sell Bt«v, Jjarga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

„ * _ ,i e^^^^s^*^^^ . w> 1 H „•« . I - fl I H I • VOL. XII. I NE, CHURCHILL ■fci|upces«or to the , v> <> '-' $AN JUAN T.UAL)IN;(4 COMPANY, <[ V { General Merchandise J! ! , Parrn Ipnplenr\ents, Hay # I Qrain and Produce.... $ i ■',■ :' — .-^ 1 ! For a Few Days Only, I Will Sell 5 > •■.......*•■■•. .:. ■-&; - . * i _I)iiy,Ohaniti,atkd SrtiAH-100-11) sack— <fcg QQ 0 j for - r - - 3>O,UU J I AnnrtKLKs'Cokkkk—lScper paekflßC, two QC for: - ■;/ -" ..-■■;-;.•.-. - .:- ■". l4 .M 0 Paun.vTlon OllKAM—;per c'siU, - , '..^ fIQ # fqpQASH Only I I^eiraef|t Stpre in £*an Juan J • Qounty. ? I i • '-■•■ ,r '-•.". ■. ' •■ -•• ■• -. i ■' • ... „ ..•...'. HARDWARE HARDWARE HARDWARB 1 T ••* ; • ■ • ■ '••'- HARDWARE DO YOU WANT a Plow, a Harrow, a Keg ] of Nails, a Doubletree, a Singletree, a N"o. 1 Axe, any kind of a Haw, a Maul or Wedge, a Corkscrew or Can Opener, anything in the Harness —do you want the best bargains you ever had —, £ ™£ IjL BLUE front store j i : „ . TTp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER. O. H. (II.VEX, Kditor. FRIDAY HARBOR VASH KYKNTS OF THE MY A Comprehensive Review of the Important Happening of «he Past Week Presented jr. a Condensed Form Which Is Most I'kfJy to Trove of Interest to Ow Many R«ef!»rs Welsh people of Seattle and surround ing towns have organised. A state organi zation will probably noon be perfected. John W. Maple, former treasurer of King county ami one of the most prom inent |.i,nicer citizens of Western Wash ington, was killed by a falling tree at his home near Van Asselt. A public debate has been arranged be tween the State normal rchool, (|f Cheney, ami the normal school at Lewiston, Idaho. The question f«»r dwen—ion is: "Resohred thai confreM should pasi the present pending ship subsidy WU.V 2 Prince Henry will receive an honorary deg'ee from Harvard March (>. The Venezuelan congress has ratified the election of Qetl. Castro as president for six years, beginning February 20. The house Friday broke all records in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

HEAVY BOEK LOSS w.rTORY OVER BOtRS REPORTED Vl° BY KITCHENER, six Hundred Captured, Killed or Wounded on the Anniversary of Majubi Hill—British Also Secured 2,000 Head of Horses, 2$ 000 Head of Cattle and 60,000 Sheep -British Lou Not Given. London, March I.—Followiug the pre cedent of Ix>rd Roberts, who announced Gen. Cronje'B surrender at Paadeburg on the anniversary of the battle of Ma ja ba Hill, (February 27, 1881), Lord Kitchener apparently selected the same anniversary to achieve a big success, by a combined. movement lasting two days, against the Boer forces within the Harri •niith and Van Renan line of block houses. The Boer losses aggregate 600 men killed or captured, and 2.000 horses and 25.000 head of cattle fell into the hands of the British troops. This news was bo welcome to the British that it was read out in the house of commons by the war secretary, Mr. Brodrick, from a dispatch of Lord Kitchener aa follows: "Harrismith, March I.—Thursday the combined operations...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

San 3uan Islander THE ISI.ANOkU CO.. Publlnhei-il n M IM.H :.'..liditor and Maaager. iKntored at lh« pastofllco In Friday Harbor M teoond class* mail matter. s"iiliH«rlp'tlt»ii r'ri.-f. - •t.M>~r»r \>nr The Paper ot San Joan County. c •■■■'? -« Clubbing Lint .- T<> all inbtenbmn paying 'i»e y«nr In < ndvaiice ta!id,arr»iars, if any), the. follow * Ing liiuiMKl |.ul>ll.'at)oiis iuo oHorrd, to gether with tinl ISLANI)HII, at tho coni btnation prlcM (|iiotc<l, vi/..: lsl. WDI'.K <tml. . „ LI. ..tilt• rost-liitclligincer, .weekly, • . - $1.80 Seattle.Times, weekly; .... i-80 J«orthwc«it Horticulturist - . - . - . - 1..60 New York Tribune KHiincr .•.-.- '•*> Nt« York Triliune Review - - . -. - V BO N.<v York. Trilniiic. (ri weekly, • - . »-io rhrkr-*-W«ck N. Y. World, - ' . - p.oo To!' Illii.U-. .->-•-. -.60 Detroit Krijc I'ri-ss. >^jiii;\»cckly, • .- 100 S, K. Kxoiiijiier, w(rckly. • • - »-5° S. i". HuiUiiii., Sui.'il.'iy edition, ■ - »■«> Chicago ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

San Islander! TIIK ISI-AN»KK CO.. PuI»ll«!ieV«. Wl!< CiI.VKK ;...l>ditor mici Manager. Knteie.l at .the postoilice ill Friday Harbor as geontid claim mail matter. SiiUs.-rlptlon V, .-. • 9\.M> ''*■• V«"»r t^"O(nWPaper"orsan Juan Connty. _ ClubWntf List - ...,.- T.> all anbarrilieni paying «,ine ytvar In n,l\;iu-e (ami arr.-ars, if any), th«. foilow (ng naiiMhl pnWI«alJo«« aro .offered, to- with the IS[iAN|)KH, at tho ooni bhiMtloti price*quoted, vi/..: ISI.AMU'.K ami. . „ ,H» prattle ro»t-InteHigeiieef,'.wecltlyi • . - $1.80 Seattle I'iiik wrtkly. .... i.So f{orth\vc«t ticultitrlst •.-. -. - i.60 \,.« York Tribune Farmer . • . • . - i.'So Sen York TriUu'iiC Kcvicw - - . - . - I.So Ntn York. Tribune, »fi'weekljr, ■ - . *.i° Thtivv a-Week N. Y. World, - • . - ?oo To!.do Made, ; *.',.>* • • ". '.^ i).■•. run Hri,v' Tress, >^jn|^»cekly, - - »<» B. »•'. KxnnlJiier, weekly, - • • »-5° S. i-'. Itiillctiuj Sunday edition, - • 1 '•'» Chicago lijtc^-Occan, wec^fr, - " - i...

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

P^imosAi local. L B . CnrterieTT^esday for Vie ii«- 4- "■'■- ':s :' - ■ ' Mrfctly cilice field *$*** * „ „«),!».. rt.ti.rnfd Tilery from a N,,re 'A"\ P>^^ «iuot._-a In Churchili'a r . Iphiy »«• _—4—- - .' ■";. : ,1 Mr«. John KferSi.&re the IlP'.eldl.^ , v. iiKiuii it's for fruit farms. i!.U.I?-Uould&Wold.» tor Alf:» Miiidli'tnH'celehmted hi« LJlay unlay by^-hteVuliiliig -Ins y »mtwa'tli!*''°'»3v .. 7 \ siihi^i'U has purchasbd from ' |i£nliWpHh the lic»V M lot on rn.oust'.v.tjvhor^he resides. . , m( C \<lnft in. 'HMriiby channel, h ;:!,, over. , Owiier rf Ikte it by, Jyj,,g to Oscar Weeks', LoW and in- charges. : y.v.ll^rsoiiand Will Randies were hied into Hie myteri«M of.Odd/Fel ,'l.ii, Saturday nijcht—and they „>i go home'till morning. ♦ ■or fruit trees that are acclimated ' i"i;.t-clr.>s in every respect and are < mnteil true, to name, call upon or , v ! to p. Bostliin, Crystal Spring irwry, l&st Bound. * 11,I 1, itethlc'ruen left Ti'lcsdny for his m in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

ADDITIOSAL LOCAL. L b. Carter left Tuesday for Vie- I"'111' ;- i -./ /.>■;'•; ;; , ' • Strictjy choice field pea» »t MnHin A jtriM*ni'»> \ -"' ;'.';;•' f CoKliia" returned Til^Ay from a V lriiwlUi his family in Sekttle. VntetKf rice* quoted \i\ churchill'a '(ij.jilny »"' t -_ •;' .-" .'? ■•• Mr . and Mr*. John Bfcrg kre the „; „v parent, 6f a fine «\rl baby, born Monday; iiie &ii"tf- i||i 1 ... have in/|iiiii«'* for. fruit farms, b ye you onl- r«.^'l?-Oould & Wold.* * ♦ ... . . UnMerAira MiddletoH Celehriited bin y rl |,(luy Saturday by eMerUinlng his ■ L.j.y.uatwHt hlshome^ p \. ~inip%ni has purich'usWti from p \, §iih|M»n has purchased from >!,>' Kanisttoith the hoW And lot on Harris'" stW---t where lie resides. ■ , IU( 1- \drift in, "Harl.iby PhaHnel, h Sni over. , Owner ozaf to it by ',],,,,,r to Oscar Weeks, Lopez, and gin, charges. N «4t I/.vil Larson and Will Bundles were }ni:i;i(ed into the inytcri** of Odd Fel |,i«>lii|i Saturday nij{ht-—and they 'did...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

I RALPH HARDELOT'S $ 8 MEDIATION - I /iv BY WILLIAM MINTO ii/ W BY WILLIAM MINTO J!f CHAPTER III—CONTINUED. "If the pressure of important busi ness permits^ and it is Ml asking too much, perhaps you would vouchsafe to a hmnblfl cloisterer a little information as to the best means of rising in these topsyturvy times. We, like others, must live, ami we would fain live well, an' we could, but wo are so much out of the world that it is not every day that we are privileged to meet a gentleman from court to enlighten our understand ings." 'We will take that for granted," mid Reginald, with polite impatience. "Proceed to the matter of your ques tion." "I am much obliged to you, kind sir, for your gracious courtesy. Our humble purpose, then is to learn the meaning of your worthy brother's metamor phosis. Our minds are disturbed by it as is natural to country folk who do not know how the wind is blowing in high placet and may be caught and swept away by a storm unprepared from sheer want of ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

March April May There is a best time for/doing everything—that is, a time when a thing can be «lone to the best ad vantage, most easily and' most .ef fectively- Now is the best time for purifying your blood. Why ? Because your system is now trying to purify it— know this by the pimples' and other eruptions that have come on your face and body. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills re the medicines to take—they do the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fail to do it. Hood's are the medicines you have always heard recommended. ••I cannot recommend Hood's Sarsaparllla too highly as a spring medicine. When we take it in the spring we all feel better through the summer." Mbs. 8. H. Nkal, McCrays, Pa. cod's Smrmaparlllm /u-omlmcm to euro and kmmpm thm promise. t No Climbing. "All. my friend," sighed old Skin flynt, who was dying,- "I'm going a long, long journey." ... • "Never mind," replied the friend, who knew him. "It's all down hill." Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow'a Sooth. Ing Syrup the...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 March 1902

• -__' y u\i - w j^ in, in -y m r Ou»»U« of County Beat i kM .. M hum 111 nwi*i'i."*i»'j SAX J|UAN VALL.KT .John Hanklnso^ went Jo. V ort 'f^jwn- ! ~riul Tuesday. Win. Schuuy^ Jr., iii^p a jjp^ V*] lairh»v**n last \\e.£k.". | Mi. Kat7. has i;;^iiin«'d to I'ort T^wu-1 „.;,.! aficr >cvei^l day-*' bus^iic»s visa on | t 1m i-lami. j Mr. aid Mrs. I>orh>,v mI M? v.li iller I \ -ma went i^p-^o^li^ Mo^iduy for a yiHil ' with friends. j Mr. and Mr.s. C|luf| \\i\,\s i*out ou^ jnvi- j I I'ioiis for the w^ldinjiof tji^ir d.ui^iiter j Mary to Mr. W'ni. iMir.-nhvi^, o| yi<--: ; mi, M,ftj;ph [± i lustiVV in the .lOln.i, "the lt*ti|]lllC IV ! iiiMiranc.R coiiiitaiiy of Aiuci^va,.^,-^. , I|. Culver, residi'iil aneiit. * j You mil do better buying »t'nt? of. the MprvtHd.Ny. Co. than nt any ui'l*ll',' More. >j*e\v crop vileaii, pure He«:-dj*. * ! — ■ i >"■■<■'!"■ -». .^(li.i.^ ■ n.."ii ■<■ ijapjn m' ;, } Orcaa Island jil NKWIIAM, .__ j i W. N. l'rindli) was away on bu.sint'Sh ,...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 March 1902

Cbe San luan Islander. VOL. XII. N. E. CHURCHILL [1 1 ■ ■.*'l "* , ■ - - " . ' ■ ' • j "*;'r \' ' '■■.■ t ',' (* ■ - '"" .IP / ;> ' Successor to {h,e '-,"-'.: i : SAN JUAN TRADING! COMPANY, • . <[ General Merchandise 5 .5 Farm Implements, Hay $ Grain and Produce.... i For a Few Days Only, I Will Sell V ? 5 Dry Gbanvi.ated Sugar—loo-lb — sfis 00 ' 0 AnniTCKLEs' Coffee— l.^c per package, two • OC . ■•%..■- # for; -;- " ";._■ ;-/*" ;: - ... -i ■... „--,. : .•.■'.■ "^° # Causation Cream— per can * . - mlO j for CASH Only Largest Store in San Juan i County. • 5 |^T ____ t _________B___M_»«BjlM««ai»M««««»«|WiM»»«!f^«i^MM«a«BM^ —"■ ■ ■ ■'...■■ HARDWARE HARDWARE Mi«)WAitE ;: ••-• •■ ■• •■ • ' ;•" -; "••• I hardware > DO YOU WANT a Plow, a Harrow, a Keg ' . of 'Naiib, 1 a Doubletree, a Singletree, a No. 1 Axe, any kind of a Saw, a ]N{aul or Wedge,' a CorkWew or .Can Opener, ' anything in the Harness line-^.do you want' tUe best bargains you ever had -? '; • os^i BLUE FRONT STORE | ♦...

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