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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 March 1902

THE SAN JUAN ISLANDER. O. 11. CTI.VEK, Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH EVKNTS OF THE DAY A Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Pest Week Presented in a Condensed Form Which Is Most hkrJy to Prove of Interest to Our Many PMdsrs The president has signed the; Philip pine tariff bill. Colonel Francis W. Parker, the dis tinguished Chicago educator, iH dead. Rishop Spalding, of the Colorado dto* OMeoi the Protestant church, died Sun day at the home of his son, at Erie, Pa., of 'pneumonia, aged 74 yeare. The hoVM Indian committe has favor ably reported the agreement made with the Klamatli Indians forcessionß of por ti.Mi^ of th«'ir reservations. It is stated on authority that in the week ending March H over $6,000,000 worth of automobiles were Bold by the dealers having machines on exhibition at the Chicago automobile show. Favorable report has been authorized by the senate committee on commerce on a bill authorizing the president to appoint a committee to oo|>erate with ...

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. — 13 March 1902

SPAIN NOT LIABLE cpaMSH TREATY CLAIMS COM MISSION DECIDES Aiwinst the Claimants for Deaths and Injuries in the Wreck of the Maine in the Harbor of Havana —Claims Already Filed Amount t0 About $2,soo,ooo—Claimants Must Take What This Government Awards Them Washington, March 7.—The Spanish treaty claims commission has handed down a decision against the claimants for deaths and injuries received by offi cers and seamen in the wreck of the bat tleship Maine in Havana harbor. The commission holds that "individual claims of citizens of one nation may arise against the government of another nation for redress of injuries to persons or property which such citizens may have sustained from such government or any of its agents, but such individual claims do not arise in favor of the officers and seamen or ship of war who receive in the line of duty injuries to their persons for which a foreign government is responsi ble. The claim against a foreign govern ment is wholly national, and all injur...

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. — 13 March 1902

San jfuan Islander TIIK \M»k.K CO.. Pul.liHlier*. .o. H. tOLVKR, Hditor nnd Manager. ,'.,itered at the post-office in Friday Harbor a* second class until mutter. «.iil»«n i|.tl.. ii IVi.-.-. • »l.f»O It Year fie omcial Paper oi San Juan County. -Clubbing List - To all subscribers paying one year In Rilvaiu-e (And "arrears? if any) the follow ing named publications are offered) to ll tber with the Isr,ANI>KU, at the Colu mn.ui<>n prices quoted viz.: ISI.A.ndHR and Seattle Port Intelligencer, weekly, • - Ji.So Seattle Times weekly, • • - , - I. So Northwest Horticulturist .... 3.60 N. » York Tribune Kanner • - - 1-"o New York Tribune Review ... - i>o N ■«• York Tribune, »ri-weekly> - - :-io rhrio i-Wttk N. Y. World, - - - coo loletlo Made, - - - - . • - '■'" Detroit Free I'rcss, itmi-weekly, .- - aoo S P. Ksarainer wrrl.ly, ... 2.50 s. !•". llullctiD, Sunday edition, - - 3.00 Chicago Intcr-Oceati, weekly, . - • Ms St. Paul riMnri !'■(---. weekly, - • a.o? Montreal Famil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 March 1902

ADDITION ALVtOCAL. 1 Strictly choice field peas at MartiH & Jensen's. '•' J. ■-■■'• ;■.'-'.->*•'•-.■' ';;■;'">"V- T l,,. re will be service: in tha Matho Ij,iivhurcli next Sabbatn, both tuorn injrand evening- :.'■" : •>'>,■: Kote the prices quoted An Churchill's display nd. .■■ t :^'v:.J;'^v: ; :: u\. have inquiries for frtiit farms. H .,ve you one tosdl^-G«»ulU & Wold.* Assessor Buxton lias ' pearly com pleted his assessment work > for this •year on Lopez island. •,...;■■ ; <•; • ♦ Try one of our New Rival Hats* You will Hud none better -Martin & Jensen. .' ♦ Frank Graignie, of Waldron, weiit to Aiiacortes yesterday.: 1- He will work j for the A. P. A. company again thisj BeiUfOii- ♦ \fiv W. H. Parson*, r will be hi Fri day Harbor April Ist,".for one week ;,n!v, with her usual Hue a«soitHjeiit <^f Millinery. Pattern Htits at reasonable There is snid to be 'quite* a demand in tin; fruit districts .for/good griUter». lie ilcinantl at Olyitipm may be e...

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

pALPn minion row™ BY WILLIAM MINTO. < !l tPTER IV—CONTINUED. "M\ lady hated Clara as much as j the girl hated he# and .sought to spite I her in the matter of marriage. There! lived in Sir John's neighborhood in >»is i strong castle at Stormere a certain mid dle-aged knight of prowess and renown *ho bad set his eyes and his heart on the mettlesome Clara and liked the i lass none the less for her intractable Hpirit. "His name was Richard Rainham. He was not of gentle birth by the mother's side at least, but he had Joined a band of free companions in Aqaitaineand had prospered in the: French wars and received knighthood from the Black Prince on the Held of Poktien. There have been many com plaints against him by neighbors and j travellers, but he is too sturdy and val- i liable a knight to Ih> lightly called in j qnention and it is his boast to have j grown so fat under the curses of the church tba he can hardly turn in his haddle. he has indeed the look and Strength ol a bull...

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

Jill Humors Are impure matters which the skin, liver, kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help, there is euch an accumulation of them. Xbev litter the whole system. pimples, boils, eczema and other eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, bilious turns, fits of indiges tion, dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors, overcome all their effects, strengthen, tone ai d invigorate the whole system. "I hfld salt rheum on my hands iithat 1 could not work. I toik Hood'B Sarsapari la »nd it drove ont the humor I continued it« use till the sores disappeaieJ." Mrs. Ira O. Brown, Rumford Falls, Me. Hood* Smrmmpmrtllm promlmem to cur* and kmmpm thm promkm. Sfu's Prepared to Conquer. When a girl gets a rose in her hair ami a white crocheted thing on her head she is armed for anything she might meet in society.—A tchi son Globe. Hanilin's Wizard Oil knocks the spots off your throat when it is sore, and pre ven...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 March 1902

Lopez Island j ! , W^W^^W.,4 ■» '"WWIWWM | KICIIAUOSOX tron N. P. Hodgson has his cyt-s dosed— the I result ofhi> greed for honey. £ j John l.dntcrnian, Will Parker and Will j Herd, of Decatiir, wore doing business In , Itlrhardnnn .Saturday. Mrs. Aud re \v liiisllin and fatuiJy start- I rd Tuesday f..r Spokane to join bar, liu--_ bknd, who treat two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Tom IJrophy, of Port) Townscnd, are visiting Mrs. Hrophy'i" j i^Utter, Mrs. W. H. Towns.end.and family, i News reached hero Saturday of the dentil iii'M. .1. Thornton at AiiHi-orti^s. In I s.mie way lie wj\s struck by a falling tim i,i and died ill tiftopn minutes. He l"a\es ■ wifiMind six children - three „ii.| three daughters. Married, at the homo of the bride's pa ipnts, Mr! mid Mrs. Samuel Wilson, Mi^s Mary Wils< and Mr. George Wai- j ...I. of, Fairhaveii, RovV Mr. Ward, of j Lope/., olliciatii'^ Mr. Ed. Wilson. brother of the bride, acted as best man t mil Mis* KttH Wilson,, her siste;-, ny, hrideHinai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 March 1902

Che San Islander, VOL. XII. I N.E.CHURCHILL j £ Successor to the 0 £ SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, 5 $ General Merchandise * J Farm Implements, Hay * t Grain and Produce.... * $ For a Few Days Only, I Will Sell i a Dry Granulated Sugar—loo-lb sack— <£/1 Pkf\ d f f or - ... * vP^r.OU J 4 Aitnt'TKLKH'Coffee—lsc per package, two QC 4 r or ... . ■^'J j £ Carnation Okkam—per can - - mlO 4 \ String Beans, 10c per can, 3 for - - .25 a # Men's Knee Rudper Boots - - 2.50 5 i for CASH Only i A ■ — * A S cj Largest Store in San Juan • # J . County. j[ «nnatiflii,iiiiii mmammmma^m^ammmuemmmmmm^ammmammmmKmmmi\imu»nu ■il"im" "■■■ni" ——— ———— HARDWARE H A R DW A R E hardware _____ —_ HARDWARE DO YOU 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 Corkscrew or Can Opener, anything in the Harness line —do you want the best bargains you ever had •■ £*£** BLUE FRONT STORE [ >. i———wti i^i—iTfwrTnTmnmTMrn I ■* ALL^j^^ MARTIN &J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 March 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. <TI.VKK. Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. EVENTS OF THE DAY A 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 Hany R'xd'rs Ed. M. Herrick.one of San Francisco's well known business men, died suddenly Bnnday. First Assistant Postmaster General Johniion hai tendered nil resignation to the president. It was accepted with the atual letter of regret. (Sen. E. 8. Bragg, commander ol the "Iron Brigade" In thr onion army dar ing the Civil war, has ju-t celebrated his 7,Mli birthday in r.md dv Lac, Wis. E. .1. Baldwin, popularly known as "Lucky" Baldwin, is Barfooaly ill with pneumonia at his ranch at Santa Anita, Cat., and hia death may be expected any day. The heirs <>f the late Senator Jame«(i. Fair will Boon erect a magnificent hotel on the Blimtnit of Nob Hill, San Fran ciflCO. It will front Mason street and extend from California to Sacramento. 1 The house ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 March 1902

TREATY APPROVED HAGUE CONVENTION RATIFIED BY THE SENATE Without Any Opposition—Action of General Punston in Cnpturing Aguinaldo Is Dis cussed in the Convention —Some of the Things That Are Declared Violations of Civilized Warfare —Spies Are Defined. Washington, March 15. —The senate spent an hour in executive session on the convention growing out of The lla^ue peace conference relating to the conduct of war on land and sea, and finally ratified the agreement without [vision. The discussion turned directly „n the conduct of the war in the Philip pines, and related especially to General Funston'i capture of Aguinaldo. Senator Teller inquired whether, if this treaty had been in force at the time, the method of Aguilando's capture could have been justified. Senator Burton replied to the inquiry. gpogking especially for Gen. Funston, and said he was sure that the proceed ing on the general's part had been not only humane, but that it had been in accordance with the rules of civilized war...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 March 1902

San jfuan Islander THE BLAWUJCU CO.. Puhllnliert. iT. I Cl : VKR. lvditor mid Manager. Entered at th»> postofßoe in Friday M .rl> «r as stvoii.i Hum* innil matter. inscription Trie.-. - •l- I'tr Yf»r to e;0 jßclal Paper ol_SapJaan_Connly. .« Clubbing List - To : 1 11 subscribers paying one year In ii ' vance (and arrears", if any) tli« follow in,' named publications are offered, to gi>tlVnr will* the [SLANDER, at the com l»iu:itii>ii prices quoted, viz.: IBLANDRR nnd Scuttle Post-lutelllgencer, weekly, - - Ji.Ro Se.,ttlc Times, weekly, .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist .... i.«o \t .v York Tribune Partner ... 1.80 Ni .-.%• Y»rk Tribune Review .... i.So New York Tribune, 'ri-weckly, - - J.lo T;:.. icc-u Week N. V World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Blade, '-'>o i>. roil Free Press, weekly, • - »oo s. .■'- Kxaniinei weekly •'.■■•* a.50 s. I. Bulletin, Sunday edition, • - 2"0 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 v Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - *-oo Montreal Family Herald and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 March 1902

"^eTcollected from delinquent tolls Mg, delinquent Jan; nek SSt 1 „. 'supplement- g : ... collected •'-"•• »*•» te ... 809.06 Total ,i' -id from January 1. 1901 to T-IMrVI «u-\ on 1596 roll 24 97 ■ : inuari K^i purposes.. 24.97 >f purposes ... 26.10 sate military purposes. 1.33 te military 1 purposes 1.33 iate lUI „,,r . ,i purposes 46.84 ":n!. ; ■". ,;,; purposes. 6.C3 ,;^ road and bnde. 8.37 I;.;:;-;.,;,;, district Pur: N£ wTrs relief "purposes; .17 : .„i purposes o-o» !I ■ '-"'•' lnterCSt 6.68 purposes.. •••%•• • ' 91 39 %fJ»--\r.^ 116-50 S» *$**;*» 448.60 vary 1. iyu- • . 809.06 fixes collt'cted from delinquent rolls of *ount delinquent Jan- ■ - iltecte*.. 279.89 j 1,162.39 ImS collected from-. January 1, ' 1901, I " '„ >H.vl< il fronr. January 1, 1901, January 1, 1902. on is9s roll. , ue gcia-ral purposes.. 34 61 .' t : school purposes... 36.47 ate military purposes. 2.43 . l„, r ,-st purposes 2.43 luntv general purposes 97.16 •" v school purposes. 12.14 unty road and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 March 1902

palph nation ntDiwion BY WILLIAM MINTO. CIl \ITIU V—CONTINUED. Rach was Wyeliffe'n scheme for the parifirati f the Church, and, though it Ken <d to affect tl c Church alone, it , is doI diilicr.lt to see how it brought him :it once Into contact and conflict with the political system. It i- pos* lible that it was the political problem „f the relation <>f the kingdom to the papa* >. • n which he was consulted as a learned doctor, that started Wycliffe on hia career as a reformer. Hut be thi- a- it may, hi* theories, when fully developed and pushed ardently Into practice, had much more wide reaching political coneequences. All the serv ant-, of Christ, he held, all ministers of religion, all teachers and exemplars of the teaching of Holy Writ, should subsist "ii voluntary alms: worldly pMseroionfl stifled and choked their spiritual usefulness. Now in his time a fourth, >>r even a third, of all the land "t England was held by the Church and religious orders. What was t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 March 1902

Hood's Sarsaparilla H ., s won success far beyond the effect of advertising" only. . The secret of its wonderful popular . is, explained by its unapproachable ' Based upon a prescription which cured people considered incurable, Hood's Sarsaparilla Unites the best known vegetable rem- Jicf |jy eucn a combination, propor tion and process as to have curative power peculiar to itself. Its cures of scrofula, eczema, pson ng and every kind of humor, as well as catarrh and rheumatism — prove Hood's Sarsaparilla the best blood purifier ever produced. It* cures of dyspepsia, loss of appe tite and that tired feeling make it the greatest stomach tonic and strength restorer the world has ever known. Hood's Sarsaparilla 1< a thoroughly good medicine. Begin to take it TODAY. Get HOOD'S. Too Inquisitive. gl, e — When we were married a year ago I never expected to see you coming home here at 2 in the morning. 11,. Well, you wouldn't now, my dear, if you'd only go to bed earlier.— Boston Globe. A...

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

San Juan Island j CHitsMc of Count r Scat ! . ... _ — i .SAN JUAN VALLEY Mrs. Coghlan and son Emmet have re- ' turned to Seattle. j George and Kate Heck returned Friday from an up-Sound trip. ■■.■■■•.'..■.-.• Mrs. K. Clotigli and Miss (ira;«« Hovee went to Lopez Monday. i Miss PioraOakat la here from Fair haven \ isitinjr her parents. J.O. Bergmanablppe^] sixteen tout* of oils to Port Townsend Tuesday. Ramond Madden returned to Seattle last week to resume his studios. |{i>v. Father Le Roux, of r>rndale, will hold services at the Catholic church next Sunday. I Frank Bryant returned from Pairhaven last week. He ways that work will begin at the salmon bank! abjut the fust of April. Brief mention was made in the Isi, \\ni:i{ last week of :he marriage of Miss i Mary Cainea to Mr. Win. Derrinb'erg, l which took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. llobeit ,<'aines, Wednesday evening. The cere money was performed by Key. J. B. Alexander, British vice-consul, an o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 March 1902

M B^^^^V *M M >^^ I I 4^^b- ' - f; Che San Juan Islander VOL. XII. I N. E. CHURCHILL j { Successor to the # \ SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, j[ I General Merchandise jj i . Farm Implements, Hay 0 i Grain and Produce.... !> \ ~~~ Z= \ I For a Few Days Only; I Will Sell * 5 Dry Granulated Sugar— loo-lb sack— <tiA f^O m X for - -\ - - 3>*KOU J i Arbi'ckles' Cokfkk—lsc per package, two OC^ # I Caknatiox Cream— per can - - .10 d \ String Beans, 10c per can, 3 for - - • .25 !| d If EN'S Knee Kuuber Boots - - 2.50 J / for CASH Only < , 2 S Largest Store in San Juan 0 J County* j> ——————— HARDWARE HARD WA R E piilf _____^______^___ HARDWARE BO YOU 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 Corkscrew or Can Opener, anything in the Harness line —do you want the best bargains you ever had — ~ . f- /' '• ■-«.'.•••■ 1 ™:* LL | BLUE FRONT STORE | L i niiMimi—■ i—«^———ll urn— ' ' • MARTIN&JENSEK shoeJF \ km...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 March 1902

The San Juan Islander <>. H. (IIMIt, Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. EVENTS OF TilE DAY A Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Presented 'n a Condensed Form Which \% Most f.Sk-Jy to Prove of Irrtere*: to Many According to dv patches from Lahore the plague mortality has reached 2,000 daily. At Elisabeth, N. J.,James Wileoi was OOOd guilty of the murder of Nellie Oropsey and sentenced to die on April Joseph H. Manley baaannounced that for bnrineM ami personal reiSODl lie hud declined to accept the position of lirst assistant postmaster generaJ tendered him by Postmaster General Payne. l The senate has passed the bill for the protection of the president, 62 t<> 15. The boUM has passed the rivers and harlnirs appropriation hill. Lord Frances Hope has been granted a divorce from liiH wife, formerly May Yohe. The hark Kate Davenport from Hono lulu reportn sighting Is milei off Cnpe Flattery, Friday morning, an unknown vessel DOttOIQ up. George Anderson...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 March 1902

POSSIBLE PEACE. R f I R LEADERS, INCLUDING PRES IDENT SCHALKBURQER Enter Pretoria Under Safe Conduct and Hold a Conference With Lord Kitchener—lnci dent Looked Upon in London as a Hope ful Sign of Peace—Probably in Response to British Overtures. Pretoria, March 23.—Acting President gch*lkburger, W. F. Reitz, ex-secretary gtate for the Transvaal, and Com mandants Lucas Mayer and Kreigh, with their secretaries and attendants, arrived here yesterday, March 22, at 2:04 n in., on a special train from Balmoral, about 60 miles east of here. They came into Balmoral under a flag of truce. Upon arriving here Mr. Schalkburger and his paity drove immediately to Lord Kitchener's "headquarters, where he had an interview with the British general. The Boers afterward proceeded to the railroad station and entrained at 5 o'clock f o r Kroonstad, whence they will go out under a safe conduct. For a week pa9t Mr. Schalkburger and his colleagues have been stationed at Rhenosterkop, north of Balmoral, whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 March 1902

San jfuan Islander THE Ist.ANIiKK CO.. Publisher*. ■ >. H. CUI.VKR. . Editor and Manager. Kntored at the postofllee In Friday Harbor as second daft* mail matter. Snbacrlfrflon l'ri..-. - »1..%Q It Y.mr Official Paper oi San Joan Connty. _ Clubbing List — To nil subscril era paying one year In advance (and arrears, if any) the follow- Ing named publications are offered, to gether w itli the [SLA N I»KK. at tlio com- nation prices quoted, via,! ISLAXDKR and Seattle Poet-Intelligencer, weekly, - - fi.So Seattle Times, weekly, .... i.So Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 Npvv York Tribune Partner - - - IJO New V»rk Tribune Review - - - 1 *» New York Tribune, •.ri-weekly, - - 2.10 Thrke-«-W«ek S. V World, - - - 200 Toledo Blade, '1.60 Detroit Free l'ress, ienii-weekljr, - - 2.00 s. I. l{xaminer, weekly, ... 2.50 S. i. Hull. tin. Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - • 2.15 St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star ... 2.00 I'.irin and F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 March 1902

ADDITIOSIL LOCAL, %Irß o. H. Culver aud children re |u * rue d home M»nday. Arthur Bchrock and family have uiove d W Roche Harbor. ♦ Mrs Q. B. Driggs returned borne Monday after a visit of several weeks . |t l, relatives and friends In and about peattle. Will and John riweeney returned Monday from Seattle, where they have l)(r !i attending school for several pioutus. John Douglas 1 has lumber on the ground for a new building which he intent^ erecting on Front street, to be n .eil as a barber shop and bath house. James McDonald, who was In the general merchandise business at Olga several years ago »iud moved from there to Whatcoui, sold his YVhatcom store last week. [ ( |h <aiil that sugar lias never before 1, t , f ..) s ,,ld M Cheap here as Churchill is selling it now —only $4 oQ for 1(.O p ;, ids. The wholesale price in iSe uttle has not been so low since 1894. The steamer Charles Counselman, formerly belonging to the Pacific American Fisheries Company, ha* \ v i\ sold and has ...

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