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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 May 1902

San Jum Islander Tin; ISI.ANIHiII c>.. ruhll»l»«-r*. 11. M. CUI.VKK Hditor mid Mutineer. Entered at the ;>.)stoiliee in Friday n.ii-i' >r :isMo.jond eluss in. matter; SiilMcrlptToii Pile*-, - *l..*»t» I'it Your The Official Paper ot San Joan County. _ ClubbfßC List »- To all stil^criboi-H paying oii« year •'» nilvaiiee(:iml nrroirs. if any) tho follow in.: named publications aro nlfered, to- Ht4her with Hi" FSI/A N OKIt, at the coin bi nation ]irices quoted, viz.: iSt.ANDKk and Scuttle I'ost-InUliitfciiccr, weekly, - - $i.V) Seattle Timei, weekly, ----- '-8° North Horticuliuiist .... 1.60 New York Tribune Furiucr - .1 - '.So New York Tribune ..view - '-So Mew York Tribune, *ri -vnkly, - - 2,10 rtirice-a-Week N. v World, - - - 200 Toledo Blade, J(l° Detroit Hit PreM, •ewi-weekljTi - - 100 ft, I. lA.imirrr. weekly, - • - S-V> S. !•". Bulletin, Snn.iiy edition, - - a«> Chicago Inter-Oceßii, weekly, - - 2.15 si 1 .ml l'ii»"«cr I'm—- weekly, - • M* Montr.,il Family Herald ...

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. — 1 May 1902

Local and personal ; Wall paper at Fowle/s. . • 'iVu'liers examination next week— , ie efitfor»>ix months. M re A. D. Tiftand children expect touiove t his week to their home on, 1i,,. 1N v island lor the summer. jleiiM mid boys' rubber boots at file's. Thos. Haiisen want to A.nacortes Monday to do some caulking of scows for the North AmerioaH Fisheries Com "y' __^_ Cii) era supplies, musical instruments iiil applies, clocks and watphea and jewelry at liWle's. ;') ; ; * The Santa Juanita club met with M,-.. Faruavvortli last Saturday. The next Distill},' '" be held at the home pfMrs. L. \i. Carter, Saturday, May 10. Try one of our New Rival Hats, you HJiltiiid none better.-Martin & Jensen. * Mrs. DtMinison has gone to Seattle to lake charge of the house of . Capt. and Mrs. .1. It. T<>:npson during their al> lence in Europe. Elinor went with ueranil will attend school there during the remainder of the school year. ■?*;£ ♦ All kimls of grass se^ds, clean seed tviis Hel...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 May 1902

RALPH HARDCLOTS fWIOII BY WILLIAM MINTO. CHAPTER X—Continued. Bat the tine, as we have paid, f=oon cttne when they were obliged to <on n,i. r this point, and to decide la the midst of a very turbulent council. Five nr ten minutes lufflced to extin guish tinl last remnant <>f re-istance on the |iart of Rainhan'a followers. If they bad thrown down their arms at OOCfl tiicir lives night have been ■pared. Bat they were taken by ■Of* prise,obeyed the natural instinct to de fend themselves, and fought wi'h the desperation <>f men Who expected ttO quarter. Their want of armor put them «>i> an equality, man for man, with their assailants, who had greatly the advantage in numbers, and pressed in with reckless fury and bloodthirsty cries. Two nr three were struck down at the entrance; three or four made h vain stand on the stain leading up to the hall; the rest ran for their lives, and were chased and hacked down on the stairs and in tiie passages as they fled. Ralph Hitn...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 May 1902

Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is co much needed as in the Spring- ' j 'j& ■ "■ Tj,e blood is impure, . weak . and impoverished — a condition indicated h V pimples and other eruptions on the face and body, by deficient i vitality, loss of appetite, lack of strength, and vallt of animation. ; v .;. ffood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Make the blood pure, vigorous and create appetite, give vitality, strength and animation, and cure , t ]l eruptions. Have the whole family bfin to take them today. ■■Hood's Hareaparilla has been used in our family lor •om« time, and always with good results, last si'T-iiig I was all run down and 7nl a bottle of it, and as usual received greaJ benefit " MM Bkulah Boycm, Stowe, Vt. Hood* Sarsnpar'illm prom,sem to euro and keep* iho proml*e. Time Wasted. Hardline? —You know that 50 watch I used to carry? Funnybiz—Yes. Hardiines —Well, 1 pawned it for $5. Funnybiz—That's time wasted. riTC Permanently- Cured. No tits «r nervousness...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 May 1902

San 7uan Island ( OutsUc of Count? Scat i' SA> JIAN VALIIV l. Katz returned to PorlTotvnsend Sat urday* John Hucklry lias lettiriieil from .1 visit lo Lopez. br. Lewla J^aaS ntnmr.l to PoM Town m'ii.l laal week. Mary Firth iiittdo a business trip to Lopez last wt'Pk. Mrs. John Funk and ch'ildreti wen! to Seattle Tiu'fctliiy to visit relatives. Chas. Wood and Tboa. Ackley vent to work at the salmon banks last week. Tub Wockshiltli shop was clo^«l for , ni ., ;1 l days last week,, Mr. Doflej being on the jury in Hie Hbhcrtson trial. <;. A. Iluohjo returned to Tort Town; end Tn«'*<la>v His, work at Reed's i practically all done, except ;\ few liiiish i,, g toii.'lit's which John 11. Boyc« will complete. J. <>. Bergman, Jr M leaves today for h hiiKinem trip to Seattle and Tort Town send. Mr. Hergtimui Sri. will be i" Vhaißcol"thororiieT store and W. 11. 11. L., Korge will U«ke care of the Vrgylo business. The boy« in tbia, vicinity are trying to Kot up ■ ball team, Qui...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 May 1902

Che San Juan Islander. VOL. XII. ij N.E.CHURCHILL 1 1 .."■■■■ Successor, to the I SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, ■ ._ - „_'__..__ I New and j Tjp V fl A j\[\Q Has Just I 1 Fine Line LJIII uUUDD Arrived t } _l I 5 \ ' SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS, SKIRTS % i \ J DRESS GOODS; including floe Cassimeres, Series, 2 i Twills, Ginghams and Calicos , J j I Fine line of Ladies' " Hose, Lace, Embroideries *> 0 ':■■■'' ■■' ■ ■ .-■ 'r i \ j> ~™ -—- , , * Largest Store in San Juan $ County. $ — *»»— ■ ' ■ "' . ■ * "T *** en ■■o T~j •'• Western Sugar 5450 a Sack • fc «—j O For Cash Only i ISrst i 1-2 lbs Tomatoes, 10c per can. Little Hoys* and Youth's Suits Cheaper than Your Mother Can Make Ihem. ' Boys' Knee Pants from :.')■ to 75c each. Ladies' Shirt Waists and Fine Dress Goods. Some of the Waists Only We Each. No Reasonable Oiler Refused, as I Want to (lose Them Out. Ladies Fine Shoes and Slippers ....;...... You ™ Find ' I di lie rnniif cthdc at the H BLUE FRONT STORE -nun, iiiiiiwii ■■■■—■win in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 May 1902

The San Juan Islander OH. Cll.Vin, Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Con. densed Form. John Oliver Hobbs (Mrs. Craigie) has been asked to take up the work of writ ing an authorized biography of Lord I Beaconsfield. Admiral Prince Henry of Prussia, who, with the most powerful equadron ever! commanded by a German admiral, is on a training cruise of rive Weeks around the British [stands, in now in Irish; waters. 2 j Bjorstjerne Bjornson, the Norwegian i poet, dramatist and novelist, is seriously | ill. Graduation exercises were held at the Annapolis Naval academy Friday. Pres ident Roosevelt delivered an address to | the graduates. German cast iron works and foundries are preparing to form a giant combina- ' tion which will embrace all the leading plants of the empire. Rev. 11. R. Reetaryick, of San Diego, Cal.,who was tendered the postol bishop ■, of Honolulu, has de...

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

AXTI-CONSPIRACI RILL IN THE INTEREST OF LABOR UNIONS Pasitd the Houie Without Debate—Provides That Unions of Labor Shall Not Be Con sidered Unlawful and That They May Do Whatever Is Lawful For An Individual To 0o -Injunctions Forbidden. Washington, May 3. —The house passed the anti-conspiracy bill, reported from the judiciary committee, without a word of debate. It came up rather unexpect edly, and Mr. Littlefleld, of Maine, who had 'filed a minority report on the bill and had intended to offer some amend ments, came in just as it was put upon ite passage, and the vote was taken be fore he understood what was going on. The hill is as follows : "That no agreement, contract or com bination, by or between two or more persons, to do, or procure to be done, or not to do, or procure not to be done, any act in contemplation or furtherance of any trade dispute betwenn employers and employes in the District of Colum bia, or in any territory of the United States, or between employers and em p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 May 1902

San Juan Islander Til i: ISI. lM)i:i! CO., Publishers. O. H. Cl I.VI-.R. Kditor .Hid Manager. "Entered at the - postofflc« in Friday Harbor m second claim mail matter. Subscription rri<«', - *1.."i0 Per Vcnr omcial Paper ol San Juan CoQDty. _ Clubbing List — To all suTioeribera paying one year In advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ing named pTibHcatinusi are offered, to gcthor with the ISLANDER, at tliu com bination prices quoted, viz.: isi.amh.k and Sißttu Post-Intellijjeuccr, weekly, - - fi.So Seattle Times, weekly, .... i.so Northwest HorticiiHurist .... 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer ... 1.80 New V*rk Tribune Review ... - i.so ; Now York Tribune, 'ri-weekly, - - a.io 1 Thrice-* Week N. v. World, - - - 200 Toledo Blade, 1,60 Detroit I'm.- Press, semi-weekly, - - i.oq ' S. I. Kxaruiner, weekly, ... 2.50 1 S. V. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - <*> j Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - a. 15 St Paul Pioneer PreM, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star ... 2.00 Parr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 May 1902

Local and personal j Bird cages, watches and clocks at Fowled. ■ t ; :;?:' ;-V"\''7> ■••":. G ]» i) r jggs returned yesterday from a business trip to Seattle. ; Icecream season opens JTriday after noon at Fowled ' . ;:..^ ; _: V ■■.-■ j*\ Ils i:. J. Z*iglerlefl Saturday for a visit with friends in California. • ' -■■","♦ •'/-,•■"'.■•' Robert Ackley has been quite ill with .nneiidicitiJl for a week or more. f Trvnue of our New Rival Hats. You will iind none better.-Martin & Jenseu. (jene Gould ha* been visiting his pa rents and doing buslajw in Seattle tliisi ire< k. • . —— ■ Men's strictly all wool black clay worsted suits at $11.—Martin & Jensen. ■ ♦— Ten feet of snow next Sunday '.'" '\ Will not Keep Will Fowle;frotrf sell jim' ice eroain and fruit sodas that day.* . ♦ • Mrs. W. O. (lark came over from West Souiid Tuesday and will return today. , ' -'-M.??/'. Tin Delineator and the Designer for June may be obtained at the Islander Company's. All kinds of grass seeds,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 May 1902

PAIPn HARDflOrc IKDIHTIOtI BY WILLIAM MINTO. CHAPTER Xl—Continued. It was Hurley's policy to humor the boy king with an appearance of Inde pendence, and often he had to seem to give way in order to effect his purpose. Richard OB this occasion asserted his own opinion. "Stay one moment, good Hurley," beiaid, somewhat petulantly; "an in quiry is all that he asks for. There is no menace or treason in that." "If that in all, sire," answered Bur lev, "we ni;iy lay the matter before a full coin cil, who will doubtless grant the pOOf com mom their wish." "If they do suffer wrong," Haid the kiii^r. "it is or.r duty to hear their com- ; plaints. The good sir Gaiscard dAngle has often told me that clemency is a j king's highest virtue, if he acts with j the advice of his councillors." " True, sire," paid Hurley, with a bow of profound respect. "Much good may come from an inquiry, and it is, besides, its your majesty s.iys, 'the duty of a wise? ruler.' " "Ami as an earnest of our desire to do ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 May 1902

e \9.ncHoly : Women. Always Afraid tK«Lt Something Dreadful Is Going to Happen :, , It is a fact that a woman naturally sees the a rkest side of everything, when afflicted with hse weaknesses and diseases peculiar to her i which her doctor cannot or does not, re eX' No wonder she is melancholy when forturing head and back ache j pains run through the whole body; she is excessively rvous and irritable, her stomach is weak and "erv much out of order, has indigestion badly, there is a sense of fulness and bearing down ains indescribable, she cannot sleep and what Lie she does eat lays like lead on her stom ach' in short she is always weak and tired and thoroughly ill. I believe that this will be considered by thousands of women as a true picture of their own case. All female ailments ire indicated by these symptons and should be treated with Vogeler's Curative Compound, made from the private formula of a great Lon don physician, who thoroughly understands all diseases of women. Every f...

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

Orcae Island | . _ '- — — — — — ■——■ — — — ■—■—■-„ I>OI H.»V AND OI.GA Mrs. Spaill. of West Sound, % lms been Lpendingufew- il:»ys with Mrs. Mowers. <>. 11. Culler and family, of Prldaj llarbor, speni Bond»# at Aiderbrool larm. Mr.Mid Mr* AltlO I'airhurstc£ine'>vor from Whale.m Mmiklpv for a low days' visit with Mr. ai><! Mrs. C. S. Kice. MissKul»y ROM returned to her home in Friday Harbo^Mondayalte{spending I few days With Mrs. Henry Legbandt c. w. Preel and Koi>t. Rom were re cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Om.er Kieei. a* were also Mr. and Mrs. ('. B. Woods and little daughter Marjorta. Tlnm. Robertaon, Jr», left the first of the week fur the Slate oreek mining district, In the eastern part of Whateom ooonty, having leased the Robertaon Burm tot ■ year to ( »urn i KreeL It is reported that Anthony older! i* jiiiout to establish the headquarters <>•" hi* mercantile and transportation business at l)oe Bay. He returned Monday ffom II trip to th.> bay eiiies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 May 1902

Che San Islanded VOL. XII. I N.E.CHURCHILL > Successor to the i ban Juan TRADING company, S \ SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS, SKIRTS jk - P _ , jj DRESS GOODS, including find Cassimeres, Serges, * Twills, Ginghams and Calicos ~ 5 Fine lina of Ladies' Hose, Lace, Embroideries I _——^ —_ I # Largest Store in Sari Juan ¥ County. I 0 _: —_ __—_—_ 4»"«— —' ' '"' '" " ' -■■■■«—■■■■■■■ ■■■—■ ■>■ iiiijiin inn -m "7 n ft . ■" „ ■ .Western | Sugar $450 a Sack • Jjjg Best 2 I*2 lbs Tomatoes, 10c per can. Little Hoys' and Youth's Suits Cheaper than Your Mother Can Make them. Hoys' Knee Tunis from •_'."».■ to Toe each. Ladies' Shirt Waists anil Fine Dress Woods. Some of the Waists Only 50c Each. >o Reasonable Oiler Refused, as I Want to Close Them Out. Ladies Fine Shoes and Slippers . . . . » • " FiDd fdi lie FRONT STORE til liitj . ■ i • BLUE FRONT STORE ill lllu *iii , liX 111 lIIIMUII.—»—■IIJMMMI M^—W^B^Ball—MHlllllllllll !■■!»—™—l—J ♦ r»y fr^H^H^^H^fi>i44o mHl ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ -M-f-H-f>♦♦♦>-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 May 1902

The San Juan Islander <>. H. ri'I.VER, Kditor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Lest Important Happenings of the Put Week in Con densed Form. Senator Roach, of North Dakota, is critically ill at New York. Thirteen persons were killed in a land slide at Marola. province of Eniila, Italy, Saturday. Generals Snyderand William Auman, recently appointed brigadier-generals, have been placed on the retired list, after 40 yearn' nervier. Both officers are now in the Philippines. Admiral Prince Henry of Prussia, has inherited the Cattle of Rheinstein, at Ringen-on- the -Rhine, from Prince (ieorge Hohenzollern, a cousin of Em peror William, who died May 4. The Prusnian minister of the interior has Instructed the local officials through out the kingdom to report on the prev alence of Christian Science and prayer healing methods and propaganda, etc.;,! The president sent to the nenate the nomination of Alexander 0. Brodie,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 May 1902

WORK OF RELIEF INGRESS APPROPRIATES TWO C HUNDRED THOUSAND To Assnt in Alleviating Suffering! of the Vol. cano Survivors— Ruins of the City of St. pitrre Reached and a Terrible State Re vealed—Bodies of Victims Are Being Cremated by Hundreds. Washington, D. 0., May 13.—The house passed a bill appropriating $200, --000 for the relief of the Martinique euf ferers. Washington, May 13.—The senate concurred in the house bill appropriat ing |WO,OOO for the relief of the Martin u M sufferers. The president imme diately signed the bill. Washington, D. C, May 13.—President Roosevelt haß sent a message to congress asking that an appropriation of f 500,000 be made for the reilef of the Martinique sufferers. The message was referred to the proper committees in both the senate and house. The president ordered the state, navy anil war departments to consult with each other and make arrangements for the forwarding of supplies to the Mar tinique sufferers. He also requested the treasury department ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 May 1902

San 3uan 'Islander Tlin isi.,\M»i;ic CO., Publishers. O, H. eri.vi.:*. Ktlitor and Manager. " fettered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second elans mail matter. ration Trie.-, - »1..'i0 l>r Year The Official Paper ol San Joan County. - Clubbing List - To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears. If any) the follow ing named publication! are offered, to gether with the ISI.ANOKK. at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKK and Seattle ro-st-Intellißeiiccr, weekly, - - $1.80 Seattle Times, weekly. .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune farmer - - - «-8o New Yolk Tribune Review - to-^o New York Tribune, Mi weekly, - '- a.io Thricea-Weck NY. World, - - - 200 Toledo Blade, ••6o Detroit Free it™, semi-weekly, - - *.oo S. F. Kxamlncr, weekly, - - - *-5° S. F. Itulietin, Sunday edition, - - '.on Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - ••IS St. I'aul Pioneer I'ress, weekly, - - »oo Montreal Family Herald and Star - - - 2.00 I'm in and Fireside, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 May 1902

| Local and personal i jo«eph Sweeney spent Sunday in futile. f Bird cages, watches and clocks at Fowle's. t -.'■■ -:, Miss MulMs and Mis* Ella Mullis we nt to Whatcom Tuesday.; John Douglas and < family have m oved into the Firth house pn Argyle a veuue> ':'''- ' Ice cream season opens Friday after noon at Fowle's. , ,; * The Delineator and the Designer for June may be obtained at the Islander Company' 3* . '■„ The appearance of the steamer Lydia Thompson has been much improved by . new coat of paint. : i • ♦ •'. Churchill still has plenty of grain tacks. ■ .•' * ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Bert Doyle and Frank Doyle accompanied their mother home from .Seattle Monday. t— — Dr. Lee Baker, the Port Towtisend dentist, is doing dental work at the B»y View hotel this week. —_4 —_ : Try one of our New Rival Hat*; You Will find none better.-Martin & Jensen. *T— CoantV Clerk Frankland went to Rattle Tuesday to see his old friend D. T. Denny, who is quite ill. 1 Messrs. Johnson and Lounsherry ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 May 1902

RALPH MUlOn HEDIATIOH BY WILLIAM MINTO. CHAPTER Ml—Continued. Nevertheless, Da la Pole was pent on hit errand of inquiry, and in his absence Hurley sdvised the king not to proceed to extremities. Charles the Fifth of France was now known to be OB his death bed. Tl ey were in daily .\. Ktatkn of the news of his death. The struggle with France would then 5 robably enter on a more acute phase, and the English side would need ihe SSfYices ol every capable warrior. Pur lev's advice, given with all humility and respect, was in effect that Kainham should he pardoned on condition of his at once raising a company of men at-arms and joining the Karl of Buck ingham in Brittany. Ralph also might be <>f service SO them in dealing with the discontented commons at home. Richard <iid not like the advice, but he stood in a certain awe of the ad viter, and was easily led by gentle treatment. The judicious counsellor had talked him over before Do, la Pole rejoined them with the news that Ralp...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 May 1902

Eruptions ])rj, moist, scaly tetter, all forms o f eczema or salt rheum, pimples nI1( l other cutaneous eruption** pro ceed from humors, either inherited, or inquired through defective di gest ion and assimilation. To treat these eruptions with diving medicines is dangerous. The thing to do is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Which thoroughly cleanse the blood. expelling all humors and building up the whole system. They cure. Hood's Sarsaparilla permanently cured J. G. Hines, Franks, 111., of eczema, from which he had suffered some time; and Mist Alvina Wol ter, B '21-. Algona. Wis., of pimples on her face and back and chafed skin on her body, by which she had been greatly troubled. There are more testimonials In favor of Hoods than can be published. Hood* Sarmmparllla' promlmem to cure and koepm thm promt**. Crush. "There was a crush at the wedding, I suppose." "Crush? Why, the ushers had to form a flying wedge in order to get the bridal party up to the altar." Life. Piso's Cu...

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