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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 June 1902

San Juan Islander Tin. ;s:.\M>i:i: CO., Publisher*. O. H. CULVJ-:k, . .F.ditor ami Manager. „iv ir« 1 at llio pi>stom«-« in Friday Harbor as second claim mail matter. <*iil»«.<riiit«'>n Prico. - #l.Mi I'or War The 031sial Paper ot San County. _ ClubMnfl List »- To all siibacril era paying one year in advaiiro (ami arrears, if any) liw follow, ing named pnblicntlon* are offered, to gether « itli iho IS LA N DER, at the com bitntimi prices quoted, viz.: [St \ KDKR «nd Brattle I'ost-IntelU^cucer, weekly, » • $i.So Seattle Tlmei weekly, - ' lMl * North ultnriat .... 1.60 Ni-.v York Tribune Fanner - - - I.SO New York Tiibune Review - i.to New York Tribune, ♦ft-weekly, - - ••'• Thrice-aAVtck N. v. World, - - - s.oo Toledo Bl»de, »•*• Detroit i... l'ress, iiemi-weekly, - - --00 8. P. Rxapilpci. weekly, ... 1.50 8, P. !.i' i--i, Sunday edition, - - S-co Chic... Inter Ocean, weekly, - - *.15 St. Paul iioueer ('res i, weekly, - - J.oo Montreal Family Herald and Star - - - 200 I...

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. — 5 June 1902

1 Local News Briefs ;| Mr ,. j. inl ed Burke relumed from.Se t ttleFriday. y^ , „■;,..; '. r , X King h;\s been suffering coh ■ ,blv for a vvee^ or more .with a , folim on one of his finders. . ♦■ „.,., Bros, treated quite a number ftVir friend* to an excursion to Sucia I■'[ Sunday on the steamer Messen ?er' « ' Pearl Simpson has been spend- M-wral days visiting friends at Al der brook ft"1'"- --'■>,!., Sand with went to Whatcorn s,[ini:iv to attend the meeting of the j^d lodge of Rcbekah's, asa delegate fro the local lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hall and little .on VViilie, Mr. and Mrs. Hill and clii: areii and Mrs. McLennan, of Roche Harbor, were in town Sunday. Vex I Sunday will be "Children's day" it the .Presbyterian church. It tt iil i,. observed with appropriate song mi] other services in the evening. ■. —♦- —.'.r-^* \'fre«l Douglas Went to -Whatcom Monday as a 'delegate to the state grand joii-i- of Odd bellows, which met,there Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. -♦ - . -.- The St...

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. — 5 June 1902

The San Juan Islander O H. < lI.VFR. K4it*r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Put Week in Con densed Form. Mount Redoubt, one of the lofty peaks of Cook inlet, Alaska, is vomiting tire and mnoke. The executors have decided to probate the will of Cecil Rhodes in South Africa. Fully 50.000 people are objects of char ity on the Island of Martinique. it is rumored that the larger Japanese lines will join the steamship combine. King Kdward and Lord Salisbury, Die prime minister, are reported to have quarreled over a peerage, and are not on speaking terms. I The Yaqui Indians are again on the warpath in Mexico. A fire at Seattle gutted the Smith block and caused a loss of $30,000. Fire at Buffalo, N.Y., destroyed a malt houee containing a quantity of grain. Ix>Bß, $150,(XK). Many choice floral pieces were sent to Canton and placed upon the tomb of the )at« President McKinley on Memori...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 5 June 1902

PELEE IN ACTION PROFESSOR HILL DESCRIBES STRIKING SCENE Monstrous Mushroom-Shaped Columns of Cin ders and Smoke Row From the Mountain an d Spread in a Vast Black Sheet, Through Which Plashed Vivid Streaks of Horizontal Lightning. Fort de France, Martinique, May 29. __\ tremendous explosion of very black from Mont Pelee at 8:45 a. m. accentuated the fear entertained for the Kifetv of George Kennan, the Ameri can explorer, who with a land party had been examining the northern part j the land. At about 11 o'clock, Ferdinando (Merc, a wealthy landed proprietor, of Martinique, arrived here and announced that Mr. Kennan and hi? party were safe on a plantation at the north of the island. Prof. Robert T. Hill, United States geologist, and head of the expedition jieiit to Martinique by the national geographical society, who left Fort de France Monday, returned here this morning- *Ie was completely worn out by bis trip. Speaking of his expedition to Mont Pelee, Prof. Hill said: "My attempt to...

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. — 5 June 1902

Orcas leland KANT SOI.NI> Walter Stowcrs made ■ business trip to Wbatcbin Friday. ! j „ Earnest Donahue returned Monday from atrip to Seattle. ' " Mrs. Geoghegan left Wednesday for \Vh;itr«iin to visit with her son's family. 1,. P. I>uivillcr is iii Whatcnm, attend ing tlio grand lodge session of I. O. <>, F. Mrs. Will Nicholas arrived Monday morning to visit his parents*, Mr. and Mrs. E. Langelt. Childien's day will be observed by the Methodist Sunday school next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. C. Is. IJuxton and little Ron left Wednesday for Whatcom to visit her pu rents, Her. and Mrs. Maekey. ' \ Key. W. J. Dlokaoa will conduct ser vices at the Epiaoopal cluirch next Sun day, both afternoon and evening. Will Langell, who has been employed in KMrhaven fdr some ti met is home for a visit with Ins parent! and friends. Very flattering reports come in from frail growers in this section of the coun ty. The prospect! for apples is very pood. Smoke baa been seen issuing fr...

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. — 12 June 1902

Che Ban Islander. VOL. XII. N. E. CHURCHILL f Successor to the ■ ' SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, New and -ftby fAAnC! Has J ust I Fine Line | I/AI UvUl/lJ Arrived ; | ! j SHIR! WAISTS, WRAPPERS, SKIRTS '■ =^^- ; —■ ; '— ♦■. ■- ' 1 '. a^L '-'' c? ' '" -I • ■ ' ! DREISs GOODS, itt^lading flue Cassimeres, Series, , [ Twills,• Gingham^ 'and Calicos '■ , -.-. -.- ' [ Fine line of Ladies' Hose, Lais, Embroideries [ - Largest Store in §an Juari > County. LARD! LARD! LAHDI] • .%»$* . "^ .■■• • •. '.•--.»,•• „ S BThe McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap pointed L. H. Cartel sole agent for Ban Juan County for its I'd re Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LAUD* I Ask your. dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are ndt satisfied iiiiiiiiig|^l Refunded at the, . . bLUb NUNT STOHfc ■++♦++++» ♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦+ ♦ +-♦•♦♦♦♦+•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» ♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦H ; Jtist Received —— a fall line df : ; SHIRT - WAIS...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

The San Juan Islander O II < I I VUK Kdit*r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Inttreiting Itemi from Various Parti of th« World—Resume of the Lest Important Happenings of the Past Week in Con. denied Form. (iiiii/.alfs Quesada, Cuban minister to Washington, has started for his post. Tin 1 Ana-riran polo team was badly defeated in the second game <>f the tonrnameni in Kngland. Over 1,500 Mystic Shfinen are at ,-—;»n PranciMoo for their annual conven< lion, which will be held then. The United States quartermaster gen orul will investigate the complaint of under pay made by Seattle longshore men. - The home will take up the Pacific .•able bill this week; Senator Mitchell, of Oregon, spoke in the Ben»te againet the Panama canal mute. The crater of Mohuaweoweo, In Hawaii, is active an«l the inhabitants tre alarmed. Vice Admiral Yon Diedrichs, chief of the imperial German navy, lisa up plied for retirement. Whitelaw Reid, special envoy of the United States to the coronation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

The San Juan Islander O H Hill ■■■. UiUr. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS O^THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of tht World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Con. densed Form. (kmaalen Queeada, Cuban minister t<> Washington, lias started for hie j>ost. The Aiueriean polo team was badly ■i( f.ated in the second game of the tournament in England. Over 1,500 Mystic Sliriners an' at .<an FranciitOO tor their annual i'diivcn lion, which will be held there. The I niti'l States quartermaster gen eral will investigate the complaint of wider pay made by Seattle longshore men. - The ImiiM- will take up the Pacific 'able Will this week. Senator Mitchell, of Oregon] spoke in the senate against the Panama canal route. Tin- crater of Mohuaweoweo, In Hawaii, is active ami the inhabitants ■at* alarmed. Vice Admiral Yon Diedrichs, chief «if the imperial <ierman navy, lisa ap plied for retirement. Whitelaw Reid, special envoy of the United States to the cor...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

BARS ANARCHISTS MEASURE TO SUPPRESS. REDS M PASSES HOUSE. No Person Oppos-d to Organized Govern m ent May Enter the United States—Pen. ,lty of Death for Attacks Upon Presi dent, Vice President, Cabinet Officers and Foreign Officials, When Fatal. W-.-liint-'ton. June 9. —The horn* ,1 tln* bill to protect the president, i,,resident, members of the cabinet V ( 'l foreign ministers and ambassadors i i sui)i»ret»H the teachingoi anarchy, ;,; tl . „f 175 to 38. The bill is a for the senate measure, which mtained no anarchy provisions, but I'■',] I'tiiitJiin a i>n>visinn omitted from fora body goafd for the BW»i<ient. . . . , . 11,,. substitute consists of thirteen sections. It provides that any person ho shall unlawfully, purposely and knowingly kill the president or vice irt .«i<lent or any officer entitled by law o ,mcceed to the presidency; any for eign ambassador or minister accredited to this country, while in the peform an of his official duties, or because of hie offici...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

BARS ANARCHISTS MEASURE TO SUPPRESS. REDS ME PASSES HOUSE. No p,rson Oppos'd to or S «ni2«d Govern ment May Enter the United States—Pen alty of Death for Attacks Upon Presi dent, Vice President, Cabinet Officers and Foreign Officials, When Fatal. W.-liinu'toii. June !>.—The house ; li t . bill to protect the president, "", , r( >sident, members of the cabinet ( l ,• lP .j.jn ministers and ambassadors Miiutrew the teachinfof anarchy, ETa v.itc- of 175 to 88. The bill is a iVtitntc for the senate measure, which mtaincil no anarchy provisions, but I'l cciiitain a provision omitted from tjie substitute fora body guard for the „n . -.iili'iit. j „ , . 11,,. substitute consists 01 thirteen ■ectiniif- It provides that any person w(ll , «i, ; ill unlawfully, purposely and knowingly kill the president or vice „n-.»i<lt'iit or any officer entitled by law (onioned to the presidency; any for eign ambassador or minister accredited to this country, while in the peform jinei' of his offic...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

San jfuan Islander TIIK rsi.vMn.u CO., Ptil>ll«ili_er». O. M Cl'l.Vl-.R Kdttor mid Manager. filtered M The postoihee in Friday Harbor as second <:lass mail matter. - - Siil»«ni|.ti..ti riico. - »1"»" Per V*-"*- Tils Official Paper ol San Juan County. ( -, Clubbing List *- To nil subscribers paying on« year In advance (and arrears, if any) the follow- j ing named publication* are olFered, to- , gether with the ISLANDER; at tlio com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.AN'DKK and Seattle rost-Intclligciiccr, weekly, - - $i.6p , Seattle Times weekly, .... 1.80 i Northwest Horticulturist - - - - 1.60 ( New York Tribune Fanner ... 1.80 New York Tribune Review » < - 1.80 | New York Tribune, •ri.weekly, - - *.io Thricca-Wtik N. Y. World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Wade, .-,-.,- 1.60 Detroit Free Tress, semi-weekly, 1 - 100 S. K. Kxaminer, weekly, ... 3.50 S. F. Bulletin. Sunday edition, - - a.on Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - a»5 St. I'aul Pioneer Press, weekly, • ■> a.OO Montreal Faintl...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

I LocaUnd personal j ■^^Tk^^ visiting lie-in Wliatoom^ I v feiwen returned Monday from ■ L.c 9 »tnpU>Be»ttlt t I Ross returned Friday from a IJl^rip toWh^OOtH. ;^ I „ Pearl Si npson attended- ball , Wvt* »m» d FrU) ay night.,,. I»v | { MiiCrary was in. town from ■{I-lie rb"v the first of the week.V" I Mis-es May, •fosle Hlld A * llle Bweene ' ■ 'visiting friends in WJiatcom this ■ >irs. Isaac Sand with and Miss Sand ■vi'th Tuft Tuesday to visit relatives and, Eieiiddin Wyoming and California. £ I i)riggs& Urfer have been appointed , ■,«iitsfar Irving & Cannon, ||m well Ki»'*i. merchant tailors of Seattle. Kir. Irving was in town a few days ago. I ( ; c. Randies and sun Will returued ■sumhy from Whatoom where they Eere doing carpenter work on , the ■steamer Buckeye; They left again I Miss Middleton and Mis* FMrniss Bwerein town from Mitchell bay &atur« Way and Sundy. The ladies were old. friends in Indiana and teachers there ! U ihu suine scliool. + I Mrs. Cnproti a...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

IHERR STEINHARDrS NEMESIS I jS BY J. MACLAREN COBBAN. CHAPTER XII. 1 was t-o taken aback I could for the moment neither stir nor speak, while a new feeling, a feeling of shame, arose in me for appearing in that woman's presence as Hteinhardt's representative. • After her outburst of surprise the looked nt the letter again, and at me. I rose, uncertain. "Fraulein," I paid, "I do not know wltat to say. I did not seek to come this journey myself: Herr Steinhiirdt asked mo to undertake it. He thought, and I thought, 100, that your adver tisement, in which, of course,you could not use many word?, signified that you were very ill. and alone perhaps, and that you needed a—"(I did not quite know how to put it; I added hurriedly) —"a friendly hand." "He did not think that I could wish to Hee him for his own Mike, —I mean for the sake ol his own peace?" Her CJerman was becoming too rapid for me to follow without an effort; I was not sure I understood her. "fie has business," I Raid, "which pr...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

Impaired Digestion i/,t not be all that is meant by d V tpeptia 1 but it will be if neglected. ,\ V;; :;> The uneasiness after eating, fits of nenr a headache, sourness of the stomach, and °a « e reeable belching may not be very bad now. hut they will be if the stomach is suffered to grow weaker. ■< :;!>*-" \' •'. ~ Dyspepsia is such < a miserable:disease that the tendency to it should be given earl? attention. This is completely over come by ' ' ■ . ,' Hood's Sarsaparilla »6kb strengthens thewhole digestive system Pa's Idea of Ships. •What is an airship, pa?" "A ship that puts on airs, my son." 'Is a airship, like other ships, called *wjf |**?' "Certainly; didn't I just, say that an airship was a ship that put on airs?" —Smart Set. Ancestry. Mrs. Upperten (haughtily) — My great grandfather was a Virginia Taylor. Mrs. Newrich (uneffectedly) —In- deed! And my grandfather was a Chi cago batcher. —Chicago News. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow'a Sooth ing Syrup the best remed...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 12 June 1902

Ban 3uan Island Outstd* of County Seat ■AH .RAN VAM.KY Okm, <ini!!t (aim down from Seattle Monday. 1. Kiitz is over froiii Poll Townsend on l)iisin<"->. Mm. A. Thrones and Ijuirena Hosier returned Monday from Port Towneeiid. Thi> farmers In this.section aivajl busy hauling outs - 'tearing Dp I©r next NMOB, Miss Amy Million returned .to Seattle Tuesday after a two months' visit with friends. The dance at tho corners Friday even ing proved an enjoyable little part}. The dance "broke up" at 3 o'clock Saturday morning. There will be a mfce/ing at the joiner f tore Saturday, June 14, to make arrange ments for ■ celebration of the Nation's birthday. ; At the bull game Sunday between ,the San Juan and Westbound clubs the val ley boys played a good game, ai wiiibe fthowu by the score. At the end of the 7th liming the spore, stood .1 to 13 in favor of the valley boJM t but in the him Innjing the West Sounders did some heavy ) .,bat' .(ing and scored 11 runs. Following Is the -ore...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 June 1902

Che San Juan Islander. VOL. XII. N.E.CHURCHILL i Successor to the ) , I) SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, j[ ±-. 7- , 5 '■ - . . _ New and TiTfU fIAAnQ Has Just I * Fine Line Ulll uUUUiJ | Arrived I I ——- : — i t SHIRT WAISTS, WRAPPERS, SKIRTS "I J DRESS GOODS, including fine Cassimeres, Series, Jj * Twills, Ginghams and Calicos ' <J I Fine line of Ladies' Hose, Lace, Embroideries # $ ■ .- '■■■ '.v -'■ ; ■ ■ 5 i I J Largest Store in San Juan _ } ' County. 2 I '• ,;- —_—_— I 1 ■._._._ Kettle Rendered LARD! LARD! LARD! «< gj»j* The McGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Evorett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole a^ent for San Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind. It is'SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Money Will be I _ _ Refunded at the ... BLUE FRONT STORE >„ ■■■■■ ii, . —* »»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ fH^4* ♦♦♦♦♦♦'♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦ ♦ "•■-•''■ ity.-'' ■ 1 |...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 June 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. < II.VEX, Idhot. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Iteim from Vinous Partf of th« World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Put Week in Con densed Form. Convict* Tracy and Merrill arc said to have cn#sed into Washington near Vancouver. The raborban handicap at Bheeps head Bay was \v..n by Gold Heels in the presence <>t 60,000 spectators. King Edward lias lumbago and con siderable anxiety is felt, though his in disposition is nol thoQghi to 1"' serious. President Palms denies the Btory that Gen.Gomes waspaid $25,000 from the adminintration <>t' the United States to withdraw from the presidential rare in Cuba in lavor of Palroa. l r>u- presideni lias signed 1 li«- riven and harbors bill. The cotton mills of the Booth an- hc ing formed into ■ combine. The Utah Press Association visited Seattle and were entertained for two days. The pursuit of the convicti Tracy and Merrill has been abandoned by Oregon sheriffs. Kver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 June 1902

JS.ITIA CONTROL TE FORCES PATROL STREETS S OF PAWTUCKET. M ob Soowen Street Car With Missiles and Deeputies Fire Into the Crowd, Wound in« » Boy—One Officer Arrested for the Deed— Dozen Injured in Riots—Nearly a Thousand Militiamen on Duty. I'awtueket; R. I.» June. Bayo ts iii the hands of soldiers ordered "lit by the governor of the state to sup- V^ riotous disturbances, glistened in L streets of rawtueket today. 11,,. astonishing increase in the num ber of lawless acts, directed against the Initt'l Traction Company, whose union en have been on strike since June 2, .„„! the inability of the limited police ■f orc e and deputy sheriffs to suppress rioting, induced Got. Kimball to call out the militia. Numerous scenes of disorder occurred luring the day, and more than a score of people were injured, one fatally. In the presence of about 14,000 per wn and the militia, Adjt. Gen. Sack e tt read the riot act. The.city was taken possession of by the militia. A provisional regiment was for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 June 1902

San j(uan Islander THE M (Mi:i; CO.. Publishers. O. H. CVI.VKK, Kditor and Manager. Entered at the i>.)st..ili<-e in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. J*nlMrri|»tion Price, - •LAO Per Year The Official Paper ot San Juan County. -. Clubbing List m- To all subscribers paying one year in advance (and arrears, If any) the follow ing named publications are offered, to gether with the ISLANDER^ at the conir bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKR and ScHttlc Post-Intelligencer, semi weekly, $2.cc Seattle Times, weekly, .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer ... i.so New York Tribune Review .... i.j*o New York Tribune, ♦ri-weckly, - - 2.10 Tin hi- a Week N. Y. World, ... 2.00 Toledo Blade, 1.60 Detroit Free Tress, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 S. i'" Rxamincr, weekly, ... 2.50 S. F. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 St. Paul rioueer Press, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald «%nd Star ... 2.00 Farm and Fireside...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 19 June 1902

1 kocal and Personal J 4 the advertisment of The Fair, of i» thlsigsue.-- Mr.. Jos. Ross and son Graham are / nill friends in Portland. riotiun? for little uiore than half priclat'^^ir, Whutconi. p.. v Mr. Finliivson, lately from M.mtitiia, is tilling the pulpit of the e >l,vterian church for a few weeks. i; .in-To Mr- illl(' Mrs. Warren Di 'litmaii, at Cattle Point, last Thurs jay, b sou. es, John L. Murray and sons ar .jveil yesterday from Olympia to spend ri ime at their home here. Everett is planning for a big celebra tion July 3d, 4th and sth. Watch for display advertisement in next week's [a ie. J. M. FJayes, the veteran mail clerk on the steamer Lyditi Thompson; "laid dir'atiij) yesterday for the first time In nearly eight ve;u-s. Orcat inland is well represented in ;!],. [slander's news columns this week. The excellent service rendered bvour correspondent! is auieli appre ciated. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Culver entertair. ed ;tt dinner on Tuesday, Miss Cather |ne Tt-rry of Ever...

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