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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 March 1902

• A f | COMMONPLACE | § +t++ + + TRAGEDY t+<++* i CHAPTER I. /--q RE sun shone high in the blue ML heavens; the soft, fragrant air, <~* heavy with the scent of roses and carnations, Stirred the creepers on the low, white boose, sighing faintly through the trees at the bottom of the velvety-terraced lawns which slotted down to the edge of the miniature lake, shimmering in the hot July sunshine. Through the trees walked stiffly a tall, broad-shouldered specimen of the Stronger .-ex. with a long, military stride, whistling carelessly as he skirt ed the lake and disappeared into the tangled wood path. As lie passed out of sight a woman came slowly up the green terraces, pausing, as she reached the top, to glance back at the retreat- Ing figure in the distance; then she turned away, with a little impatient gesture, gathering the soft folds of her gray dress together as she mounted the wide, shallow steps and sauntered slowly along the shadowy shrubbery path, where the leafy branche...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 27 March 1902

March April May There is a best time for doing everything —that is, a time when a thing can be done 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—you know this by the pimples and other eruptions that have come on your face and body. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Are the medicines to take—they do the work thoroughly hi id agreeably and never fail to. do it. Hood's are the medicines you have always heard recommended. ••I cannot recommend Hood's Sarsnparilla too 11ii11 >* as a sprint? medicine. When we take it in the spring we all feel better through the summer." Mks. B. H. Neal, McCrays, Pa. Head's Sarsaparilla fromlsom to cure and keep* the promise. Grasshoppers In South Wales Grasshoppers are fo great a plague at Hay, New South Wales, that they ob ecuth all the street lamps at night, leaving the town in total darkness. Ladies Can Wear Shoe* One size smaller after usin...

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. — 27 March 1902

Ban "jfuan iQlar.d || 1 OutsiJr of Count Scat | ' ■-■■..■-.-.* SAM JUAN VAI>LKIT Mrs. iJniiM, of ('lallam, arrived Friday for a visit ilh Mr. and Mrs. Reed. U. A. Kuehle, of Port Townsend, an«; John 11. Boy«, are building ail addition to Mi. l»i-ed's house and will also build M barn. There "ill be a dance at Marjdcn'a eor nnrs April I. i:\ei \ ly\vel.-.,iii<». «Jen [leiiiVn will be chanted SO cents admi.- j,ioii. Ladies will bring baskets. At high lido Sunday Jeii'tPH Jtros. launched thell new steamer, which vrj.s rlnistoned " \!.vscnt;er" an she slid most gracefully down the way. Into the plaoi i j waters. The eqgine and shaft are In plae:» and the bailer is daily expected from Sc uttle. The Messenger is the fourth vessel built by the Jensen Bros, at QrilHii bay. p iTMKWwrfII-rri-"- 1-r" ». ..«.-a>^«.>/ i Oroe Island V ,»-.-^,M —*, EAST SOIM) Tlif M. E. parsonage is almost oOlU [ilctcd. . The Kant Sound house has a new piano ; in the parlor. ' Th'e.Cjow family are at th...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 April 1902

Che Ban luan Islander. VOL. XII. I N. E, CHURCHILL I 4 Successor to the p J SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, ' j $ General Merchandise \ Si Farm Implements, Hay i i Grain and Produce.... 1 I For a Few Days Only, I Will Sell I \ Dry Granulated Suoau—loo-lb sack— <fc/1 fit 5 ? for -..- 3>*KOO J 5 Ahbuckles' Coffkk—lso per package, two OC « V lor .... .-£O V a Carnation Chkam—per can - - \C\ 4 £ WtiunO Bkaxh, 10(5 per can, 3 for - - .23 § 4 MK>'\s I£nke lIUBIIKR Boots -„ - 2.50 # for CASH Only '< j I __—■— ——— ■ \ 5 Largest Store in San Juan * J County. 5 w ' ■ • \ 0 I „, I I —.■■■—■ l ? '.^r-o«xßPiruV-iaaaßaoß;i wiimiiiiwiii !■■■■ iui maim Mini ■■«»«—wwimn-Mr^ntfiawrwui^ -■«— HARDWARE HA R D AR E hardware ____— M __ ro ™__ IIA RDWA RE DO YOU WANT a How, 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 — . , ons£!T L | BLUE FRONT ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 April 1902

The San Juan Islander O. n (inn;. Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. EVENTS OF THE DAY A Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of (he Past Week Presented In a Condensed Form Wnkh li Most likfJy to Prove of Interes* to Our Hany R**o>rs Floods in North Pakota have resulted in serious delay to transcontinental traf fic by way of the Northern lines. All the weavers, cotton spinners and loom fixers who have been on a strike at Lowell, Mans., have returned to work. The finest private car in the world is Wing built by the Pullman company for Charles M. Schwab, of the Steel Trust. Guthrie. O. T., has lw»en visited by a f.SMI.OOO fire. The State Capital Print ing Plant, the St. James hotel, the Cam mark livery barm and the Kirhey general merchandise store, are in rums. MenilxTH of the Iron Moulders' Union of North America working in utov* plants throughout the United States will re ceive a live j>er cent, increase in wages through an agreement between repre sentatives of the Stove ...

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

1 RALPH HARDELOT'S $ | MEDIATION | (S BY WILLIAM MINTO SI? CHAPTER Vl—Continued. Ralph accordingly was brought in between two men-at-arms, his hands bound behind him. "Welcome to bturmere!" said the Ralph, looking him impassively m the face, made a slight bow. "Ah by my faith, most courtly. We have a high spirit. We trust your reverence is not much inconvenienced hy this detour." "If it pleases you to play the buf foon, my pood sir," answered Ralph, "I am in your Dower." "It grieves me much to displease you. ]' )U , a poor knight must do his humble doty. We are under strict orders to question such as you." "Orders from whom? Produce your orders, and 1 will answer any questions you choose to put." "Did you not wear yesterday adiffer ent drew from this in which I have now the honor to see you?" "I did." "The ridiculous dress of the turbu lent fellows who call themselves poor priests?" Ralph made a gesture of assent. "We have the drees here," eaid Nicholas. "We found it in his wal let....

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 April 1902

San jfuan Islander THE BiLAMOKM CO. i I'liMUliera. O. H. CUI.VKR, Kditor and Manager. Kntered at th<> postofllee hi Friday Harbor as •eooud dan* mail matter. rt«bM«rlptlon rri<<*. - • 1.r.1) I'tr The Official Paper oi San Joan Coanty. -• dubbin* List '*- To all subscribers paying year In advance (and arrmrs. If any) the follow ing named publications are offered* to gether ill) the [Slj \ NOKK. at the coin bination prices quoted) vi?..: ist.ani>i-:k and Seattle Post-Intelligencer, weekjy, - - fi.So Seattle TiiiH-s, weekly, .... i.So Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 \>u- York Tribune Farmer • - - 1.80 New York Tribune Review - - - - i.ko New York Tribune, •.rl-weekly, - - 110 1 Krirt-a Week N. V. World, - - • 200 ToV.lo Blade, - - ........ 1.60 Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 3.00 s. F. Hzatniucr, weekly, ... 4.5 c S. V. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 4.00 Chicago Intel Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 st Paul Pioneer Tress, weekly. " - - a.OO Montreal Family Herald ami...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 April 1902

i; Local and personal |j| \ T. Dill, of Lopez, was in town on busing » &* Mrs J. W. II1(>ot8 went "up-Sound" Monday to visit friends. •• v guitar has advanced a,.jtrJfle< the price at Churchill's now being $165 a -* ; S; »•. , Mrs. Hammond has engaged to teftbh ' term of school In the Shaw island district. a „ Try one of our New Rival Hutu. You will'iiinl none bettyc.-Martin & Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. J- C JWell.andchil dren leave this week for their home in Colorado. #— The tug Mountaineer has been pur chased from the liaison Mill Co. by the p. p. &N. Co. ' Wild strawberries have been in blos ■um for a week or more and fruit trees are fast leaving out. —T* We are leaders in high-grade shoes. gtyle and quality are correct and prices O.K. Try a pair.—Martin & Jensen. - —-• 1 Gene C. G»ul{l,..S. I), Martin, Q. Jeajjar and B. Welch visited Seattle during the past week. v 0 ... j,:; . If you have anything to sell, or if you wish to buy, call and see us. It Will pay — -...

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

EDWARD'S PLAN. GOVERNMENT TO OFFER BOERS AUTONOMY. With Amnesty to All But Cape Colony Rules and Financial Assistance in Rcatoration of Botr Farms—Saisbury Said to Ap provt. But Chamberlain Does Not Like tht Plan. London, March Sl.—lt is stated that the government has almost concluded to offer a dI^HM <>( autonomy to the Roers, with amnesty for all except colonial rel>els. ami financial assistance in the restoration of the Boer farms to a condi tion lit for occupation. The Transvaal and the former Orange Free States are to he, an they have al ready been proUimed. Hritish colonies, hut are to he governed by their own in habitants" on a plan similar to Cat*' Colony and Natal. English garrisons will he maintained at Pretoria and other points. Such is in effect the scheme upon whkfa King Edward and Lord Salisbury are said to have virtually decided, with the reluctant assent of Joseph Chamber lain, whose plan from the first haw been to trami>le the Boen in the dust, *•» ex pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 April 1902

■•Jftr^cience 1 gjjjjvention — lie rotation of the earth determines the length of the day, and may be re garded as one of the most. important elements in astronomical science. It ■erret as a universal measure of time, and forms the standard of- comparison for the revolutions of the celestial bod ies, for all ages past and to come. It is proposed to project a thirteen- Inch stream of light from the sea to the sky, which will be visible forty miles aW ay. The electric lights on the light ship now on Diamond shoal can only be seen thirteen miles. The search light apparatus will be arranged be tween the two mastheads, and the roll ing of the ship will produce a distinct ive wavering light to be reflected from the sky. An important announcement was lately made by L. O. Howard, the Unit ed States entomologist, of the discov ery of the long-sought original habitat of the San Jose scale insect. This was found to be in China, in the region to the south of the Great Wall. The scale Insect was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 April 1902

> Lopes Island \ ItICUAHDSOJf ITEMS Farmers in this locality ore busy plow, ing and seeding, Mr.sod Mrs, Arthur Barlow, of Mal lard, art visiting friends on the"island. John Matson, of Aland Island, Finland, a brothor-hi-law of Chas. A. Anderson, arrived on the Island last week. " ■ The Modern Woodmen Initiated Bert Butts into the mysteries of Wortdi-rift at their regular meeting last Saturday n'fght. Th« basket social given by the Macca i,v h last Saturday night at their hall was largely attended and all report haying a good time. There will be one more dance given, \juii 11, by tho Lopes Dancing Club, which closes on that :ii«iit for the iteasor.. i:\ erybody "dialiy'liM Ited. Victor Anderson retarned Isst week tr .in hU old home In Finland, with a ,i lite r i « bom be bad jouruej ed nearly 7 .mm miles. His many friends <>n tin inland jniii in w Isbing thorn s happy an I proMperoua life. Jam Buchanan has accepted a posi- j lion as foreman of carpenter* for the North Ameri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 April 1902

Che Ban 3van Islander. VOL. XII. CHURCHILL j 4 t Successor to the V, 0 J SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, j| \ , General Merchandise 5 i[ Farm Implements, Hay j 4 Qrain and Produce.... * ? ' _ * I For a Few Days Only, I Will Sell * Ditv Granuutkp SruAß— loo-lb sack — <J>4. CC # for .... «P7-DO J Arritckles'Coffee—lsc per package, two Of> 0 lor - - . - " - . -^ i » ■ w Carnation Cream- per can - - mJQ f String Beans, 100 per can, 3 for r - .25 it 0 Mkx's Knuk KunnKit Boots - - 2.50 5 Prunes, 20 lbs for - - - - 00 it I ' for CASH Only I J ; ; ■- | * Largest Store in San Juan # J • County. 5 f » * MBwuvoau-w-tn— J'i«i«——■ —a—— linn i—Jiuamj.m. a n »ii n ——-——— ——^——*- HARDWARE H A R DWA RE »<§» ________. ___ HA III) W ARK DO YOU WANT a Plow, a Harrow, a Keg of Nail*, 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 th.c best bargains you ever had — * ™-. IL BLUE FRONT.STORE K^yWA^ MART...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 April 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. riI.VEK. E.IUor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. EVENTS OF THE DAY A Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Past Week Presented in.- Condensed Form Which Is Most likely to Prove of Interest to Our Aany RMd'rs Kx-Congreppman Carman A. Neweomb died nt his home in St. Louis, Sunday, ■fed 78 pears. Peter Land, one of the well-known mining men of Montana, expired sud denly at Neihart, us the result of an at tack of heart disease. The United States Savings 6 I/ianCo., with bOßinew covering Minnesota and never*] adjoining states, ha,-" gone into liquidation. The step was taken at the request of Public Examiner Johnson. 1 Clinton Dotnon was hanged at Deer Lodge, Mont., Friday for killing his fat h»-r. He confessed ou the si-affold. The Pacific Wireless Telegraph and Telephone Company has decided to lo- Cftte its first station on the Pacific coast at Los Angeles. Women of the New York legislative League will, it is announced, send a memorial to King Edward, p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 April 1902

CANAL IN DANGER TIVEN A BACK PLACE ON THE SENATE CALENDAR. Philippine. Cuban Reciprocity, Revenue and Appropriation Bills Are on Top of It, and It May Not Again Reach Daylight— However, Committee Says a Vote Will Be Reached Before Adjournment. Washington, April 7. —While the pos itive asßertion is made by the members i the steering committee that the action of that committee in giving the Philip pint, tariff bill right of way ahead of the canal bill iB not against the interest of tiie canal, there are some who believe that it has been a serious blow to the canal. Some members of the steering commtttet have quietly charged other members with having placed the Philip pine bill ahead of the Nicaragua canal bill with the deliberate purpose of de feating the canal measure. This is de nied, and it is asserted that the canal bill shall have consideration and a vote before adjournment. But with an understanding that the Cuban reciprocity measure is to be con sidered as a revenne bill, and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 April 1902

San 3uan Islander THE BfLAJtOKM CO., PublUlmr*. O. H CUI.VKR, Kditor and Malinger. Kntered at the posioilioe in Friday Harbor as second ohm mall mattert Snh«crl|»tlon Trice, - »l.flO V»t Te»r The Official Paper ol San Juan County. -, Clubbing List »- To all subscribers paying our yt»sr in advance (and arrears, if any] tho follow ing named publioatioiiH are ofterod, to lether with the ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKR and < Seattle I'ost-Intelligencer, weekly, - - Ji.So Seattle Time*, weekly. .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist - •• - •- r,60 New York Tribune Farmer - - 180 31 ew Y»rk Tribune Review - • • - - 1.80 New York Tribune, 'riweekly, - - ».io Thricea-Weck N. Y. World, - - - J.oo Toledo lilade. '■<» Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - Joo S. K. Kiaminer, weekly, ... a.50 S. W. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - *.oo Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - • - ' J. 15 St. l'aul Pioneer Tress, weekly, - ■ « *•«» Montreal Family Herald and Star - - • a.OO Farm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 April 1902

I Local and peredrtai s Vn/n/n/^' vv>»» - ....... ,•. .■ n , S. D. Martin went to : Seattle Tues day' ___+_ ' , Churchill still has plenty of gf^in sacks. sy^,;^--.:p'.^ H. S. King and family moved yester day to the Gilliland place. ♦ , Highest market prices paid fof eggs, butter and poultry at Churchill's. * —— J. A. Gould came up frorfc Seattle taut Friday, returning Saturday. ,:■/>; —• — ii 1 v Try one of our New Rival.Hats. Yoi} will nd none better-Martin & Jensen. —♦ 7.. I Mrs. Geo. Mullis leaves next week for an extended visit with relatives and friends in Kansas. ♦ " -, ' If you have anything to *,cell, .or if you wish to buy, call and sac us. It will pay you, — Martin & Jensen. liv ♦ ■■ •" , Mi*. J»8. Frankland returned Satur day from a visit of several weeks wfth her children iv King couuty—at J3e uttle and Avoir. — ♦ —--w;;p We are leaders in high-grade shoes. Style and quality are correct and prices O.K. Try a pair.—Martin & Jensen. ♦ • .. ' i Ed Allen w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 April 1902

RALPH HABDCLOTS IffDIATIOi! BY WILLIAM MINTO. CIIAPTEB Vll—Continued. •'1 cannot stretch out my bands to you:" he cried, an s-he groped her way towards him. "They an-tied. Would God they and I were free tor an hour!" "I will fl« your hands, Rftplh," she marmored, la her trembling voice. "Oh, joy, I bave found you at last! It was terrible l<> think of living in thin dungeon alone." She threw her arms round his neck and clung to him Auddering. "Ralph, you will not leave me here alone again! You will not let them take you from dm!" "I ,lo not fear death now!" she con tinued. "Hut to dif alone in thiH darkness—oh, Ralph, it was horrible! But I have JTOU with me now, love. I am not afraid of death now." ••Death!" heexclaimed; "it cannot be that he menaced yon with death! It can only be a devilish device to ter rify you. lie must release you pres ently." "No, no. 1 will not be released now. Yon must kill me rather than lit them take me away! I fear worn' than death if he Mttdl for m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 April 1902

Distress J}fter Eating v .tcpfl between meals, belching, vom ■♦in-, flatulence, fits of nervous head pain in the stomach, are all "rniptoros of dyspepsia, and the longer • .^ n eglected the harder it is to cure it. ffood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Radically and permanently cure it— trengthen and tone the stomach and her digestive organs for the natural performance of their functions. Accept no substitute for Hood's. „j had dyfpci^ia twenty-five years and took different medicines but got no help until I be '; n tilling Hood's Sarsaparilla. Have taken tour t.nttlt's of this medicine and can now, eat almost anything, sleep well, have no cramps in mv stomach, no burning and no distress." Irs . \m;iiam G. Barrett. 14 Olney Bt.. I'rovi dCßCC K. 1. . • >\ ;' r Hood* Smrmmpmrliim nromlme* to euro and ksmpm ihm promise. Wouldn't Be a Party to It Tailor —Can't you pay my Dill today, F ir? I need the money, as I'm going to be married next week. Coftomer (a confimed bachelor) — Wliat? Going to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 April 1902

Orcas Island EAST HOUND Plias. WoodH i»ajo a biuiness trip to Seattle last weok. "* :1 *H ' Miss Eva Nichols went to AVhatcom •Saturday to spfcliU 1* av'fW ' day* with Friends. v Will 'Laurel loft Saturday to take n oosi^rti/iil'tfio' Buttaitf hiiK'Hiiib'^lidpi' in' \\ hut coin. •'"•:"'^-' v- S .i,»« <t.«, : >s i.» 11.11.l 11. P. Hostian went to FrMay Harbor Nl^nclW'ioVittoniTa'in'chlna-df'rhelUUnt/ .wteiWfcrs. 5"- "■-'-'-" '•■""•' coinmis.-l ■•'•*. Mo BfMier into superintendent of tho p^lf vi\" mrinl left^Si^dTyUvitli Li- PVffJMrSeiinic.- ••-■ ''"'•' fKiniiy fir v . ii ■-. Master Louis Van Gohron it in Seattle v;iKHIn fg rhTsfl"te'r,^rß:!d*|rne»i and tak- Oig in (his Ughts of. the city. * JD ; m • I, - ■!. Mr. uik], >^rs. John Cramer, who are at present with tlu< ' Slitin Island (Quarry Conipaiiy! spent Sunday in tho villayd. Miss <iiej'u, teeoher in ti»o Annie JVrighi 'sriniuary. Taooma, is visiting U'er parents, ('apt. and Mrs. N. I', (ircg^. ('has. Clarke returned...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 April 1902

j VOL. XII. I N. E. CHURCHILL I f» Successor to the f £ " SAX JUAN TRADING COMPANY, $ f , * i - 5 I New anil n|W pAAfiQ " Has Just ( | Fine Line Ul\l uUVI/IJ Arrived j % SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS; SKIRTS \ t __: l_ ! — i | DRY GOODS, including fins Cassimeres, Series',;'' % £ Twills, Ginghams and Calicos ;\ £ <j[ Fine line of Ladies'. Hose, Lies, Embroiderios 5 # —— :.».—■ r^— »■«———. I g Largest Store in San Juan x S Count v. % t ~ $ fymamm —taßaacMmM— mil i n ■ n ■firm—mmwia icaj—iii an, m■ i m » -oiml inmn^ i Sugar S4-50 a Sack s • uranmaiea, i! O . :■,. ,b. I For Cash Only f Oliver Chilled Plows, Beams and a full supply; of Plow Fixtures. Seeds, Fine, Clear Seed I Gals. Harness Supplies, Paints, Oils, Lumber, | Shingles, and, in fact, most anything you want " m ! BLUE FRONT STORE ' I B at lilc .•. . . „___ ■ ' 1.l I ■■..■■■■■■■■ — m mum Mm --■■ ■■111.111 l iiMiui^i-i^Mrii I! !■■■■!■■ ■■■!!- ALl f yK^ MARTIN & JENSEN SHOE jp A k^MO Sole g fegffgg^ Shapes 1 friday HARBOR, WASH...

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