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John R. Rogers
flovernor.--••»»• £ .Thurston Daniels
Lieutenant Go™™" wm D Jenklnß
Secretary of ; stat&"' c . W Yo ung
gwtc Treasurer, ; . _ Neß l Cheetham
dit4)r-j"«neral"'.V P. H. Winston
VSI?c e Instruction R. J ; Browne
8UP 1, 1," missioner Robert Bridges
S-ssa^ J. W. Waugfius
Sttpt luwlll I t«ioner James Crawford
Fi*h Commissioner J Q
Si Attorney: W: H. Brinker
u#a (James Hamilton Lewis
roneressiuen... j wC .Jon 2wiigon
rongr < j Jo hn L Wilson
Senator* • I Watson C. Squire
, . , Btl< 4 James B Reavis
Chief Justice •—•••• R Q Dunbar
J "'"'. T. J. Anders
iwociftteJustices, < " j£. J.Gordon
A I Elmon Scott
Superior Ju<l«e ;;;"";;;Eijj;h H Nash
Couuty Cleric Fred c Har per
joint senator.. • ••■... W. H. Thacker
Representative A H> gllter
Auditor Aug Wold
Treasurer • "/.John Buckley
. . nn __ J J.H.Nichols
Comniiasioners, \ William Graham
v '"."■;; H. King
Attorney Newton Jones
Sheriff. _ o T Looa
Assessor • ".A.' P. Vaughn
SSEgg? r&ftSBS
Court HDAUiaos
. : THE:
•""" -.or.—
Banking Busines of all Kinds
nnttt tnd Mon«y Order* on all p»rt« of the
?/id furnUhed uxJoa application. Deposit* ol
jSuJw«rds£ceiv P and interest paid on
"mo'v^YTO LOAN on Improved Farm, for
<« years with option of paying at the end of
,wo years interest and principal payable «t
Friday Harbor.
Canadian Pacific
The Fastest and Best Route to
Through Tickets to all Points
in the
United States and Canada..
From the coast to Minneapolis, St. Paul,
Boston, Montreal, Toronto aud
Take This Route To The
Kootenay and Cariboo Gold
This is the only route traversing the en
tire mineral belt. Only 24 hours to San
don, Nelson, Slocan City and Rossland.
pS* Atlantic Steamship Tickets
to and from All Poiuts in
For full information call on or write to
Freight and Passeuger Agent,
New Whatcoin.
or to K. J. COYLE,
Dist. Passenger Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Bfrul.r. Reliable and Safe
Elepant Paswnger Accommodations
tons Between Seattle and Whatom
San Juan Islanda
!" tUe '• » Wh.tcom 4. «
r le"d • »n» K».t So«nd....T ». m.
JriA*yH»r.. l o:3om Roch. 1O • m
AtH. spilll TowntemL. 4p m
,HATC °M Arrl" BKATt£c
At..e.ZO Pm . AU:4sp.m.
_ J H. TB^MPSOK Hang. Owner.
Steamer Buckeye
tailig Betieei Friday Hubor,
»acortes and Whatcom.
C«J &t nacortes at 6:20 iv in.
a nJi aya.n(i Saturday, foribe
S*U)?aU2JT 11* arri T vill« **W
•°«tt at 7p m m and arriveß •* Wha*.
orn^fd and Paßßenger ratefl» »p
--*• SEWHALL, - Owner,
Masks and Mask Fasteners at Fowles.
Overalls, any size for 50 cents, at
New line of Hats and Caps at Swee
ney's; also Stationery.
Mr. J. J. Kiellebum, of Orcas, was in
town the first of the week.
Mr. James Guthrie, of Orcas, was In
town the first of the week.
Mr. John Lawson, of Waldron, was
in town on business Saturday.
Mr. James Fry, of East Sound, re
turned from Alaska yesterday.
Mr. Patrick Welch made a business
trip to the Bay Cities last week.
Messrs. Munroeand Kepler, of Orcas,
were in town the first of the week.
Mr. Wm. Vierrick, of Doe Bay, came
in Monday, on the Buckey, ou busi
Mr. W. O. Clark, of West Sound, is
in the county seat this week attending
County Surveyor A. P. Vaughn, of
West Sound, is attending court this
Mr. Lars Brown, of Oroas, has been
in the Harbor this week attending
Miss Nellie Sweeney, who has been
seriously ill for the past week, is re
pagtpA to b»mbk btftter. •--•* - -"
Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Garner have
moved into the Gould house, adjoining
the San Juan County bank.
I Heavy 9-ounoe Riveted Overalls for
Men, all cotton and a yard wide, for 60
cents, at the Blue Front Store.
Mrs. P. A. Jensen and little daughter
are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Sand with, at English Camp.
One candidate was given the Work
man degree in Friday Harbor Lodge
Xo. 77, A. O. U. W., last Monday even
Rev. Walter S. Crockett, of What
com, preached in the school house, last
Friday evening, to a good-sized congre
Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Garner are now
residing here, the doctor having de
cided to locate at Friday Harbor per
manently. - -'■■
Don't forget the social to be given by
the young ladies of the Union Sunday
school, at the Presbyterian church, to
morrow eveuiug.
Last Monday the steamer Buckeye
brought several thousand feet of lum
ber from the Bay Cities for Contractor
Jas. L. Farnsworth.
Sweeney is now offering the greatest
bargains ever heard of in woolen goods
which he has just received from the
Washington Woolen Mills.
Miss Louise Culver, of Point Law
rence, Orcas island, was a visitor in the
Harbor the last of the week, the guest
of her brother, F. N. Culver, and
Sweeney now has in stock a complete
line of Schilling & Co. goods, includ
ing Teas, Coffee, Baking Powder and
Spices. They are the best goods in the
Mr. W. L. Keeley says that the per
son who swiped a gunney sack, filled
with grub, from his place last week had
better return it or he is likely to get
into trouble.
Final citizenship papers were ordered
granted by Judge J. P. Houser on
Tuesday last to Ernest Reharst. Joseph
Fernette and Fred Krumdrack, all of
Waldrou island.
Everyone desires to keepfinformed on
Yukon,the Klondyke and Alaskan gold
fields. Send 10c. for large Compendium
of vast information and big color map to
Hamilton Pub. Co,, Indianapolis, Ind.
Most of the lumber is now on the
ground for an 18-foot addition to the
Ross building, occupied by Mr. Wm.
Fowle, for a general store, p Mr. Jas. L.
Farnsworth baa the contract for putting
it up and will commence work at once.
Joseph Sweeney has Just received an
elegant line of Ladies'^ Gentlemen's
and Children*' Shoes. The stock con
sists of fine cloth; top shoes, gaiters,
walking shoes, spring-heel shoes, Ox
fords, Congress and Opera. Call and
see them. J
A five months' term of school will
begin on Waldrbn island, Monday,
February 28, with Mr. Ethen Allen as
teacher. There will be between twenty
and thirty pupils at the beginning ol
the term and a very successful school
year is anticipated.
Mr. Chas. Fleming bjur handed in
his resignation as constable of P«>cln«t
No. 1, San Juan, to the clef* of the
board of county commisMoners, which
he desires to take eflfect at once, as he
iutends to leave this week: for the Stic
keen river country, Alaska, on a pros
pecting trip. -
Mr. J. G. Head and family, of East
Sound, t»vesrecently4»taniedate»m
England, ; where they have I been the
past two years. Mr. Head reports con-
Sderable "Klondike exettemeiit !njl*n T
don and say* there twiU be atorge tot
migration to this country during the
present year.
The social to be given tomorrow
evenmcattbe Presbyterian church by
SStoucladle, tf the Union Sunday
ShJoI will be a most entoyabte aJWr.
Admission, lncludlngcUe and lemon
ade, 10 cents, the proceeds to be applied
toward the^urchLe of suppUes for the
Sunday schooL
Alnsworth A Dunn, of Seattle, b»ve
JSglio efbllah' a large .ahnon
cannerTat BWne, indndjng •«£**
dock on the north side of the E^ street
wb*rt. The contract to furnlah piles
fertile ptot ha* •to-to*""^^gj
MllholUnßro*. within the next two
be commenced within the next two
weeks, ' •.
Mr Jan. Hilton, of Orcas island, who
ba7bee?r«iding in Falrhaven for
s£emT months pa*t ■•»£ IJftlK
rangements to leave for Alaska wituia
a few weeks. He will be one of the
party who will be equipped with their
own schooner, and an outfit to last for
over one year. It is their intention to
go to Fort Wrangel and from there to
prospect unexplored regions.
Our saw mill, owned and operated by
Mr. A. C. Brown, is very busy at pres
ent, cutting 40,000 feet of lumber for
Mr. L. B. Carter's new wharf, and Mr.
John King has the contract for getting
out 100 piles for the wharf. There is no
reason why most of the lumber used on
the island cannot be cut at home: Mr.
Brown has a nice little mill and is one
of our solid business men. We wish
him success.
The cantata. Jephthah and his
Daughter, will be given in Odd Fel
lows 7 hall, Friday Harbor, Friday
evening, February 25, 1898. No pains
has been spared to make this a first
class musical entertainment. The
chorus has been in special training for
four mouths. Jewish costumes will be
worn. A soldier's chorus and march is
one of the special features of the per
formance; the soldiers armed with
spears and shields according to ancient
custom. Mrs. Louise Perry, as the
Daughter of Jephthah, will be the lead
ing soloist Admission, 25 cents; child
ren, 15 cents.
Judge J. P. Houser arrived Tuesday
on the Buckeye and early in the after
noon opened court, but soon after ad
journed until yesterday on account of
some of the attorneys in the cases not
having yet arrived. There are two or
three Important case* on the docket
and if these are all tried it will require
several days-' time. Among the cases
ready for trial and set for this term are
the following: Capt. Chas. E. Bowden
vs. Andrew Newhall—suit to recover
back wages claimed by plaintiff in the
amount of $205, together with two years'
interest at 7 per cent per annum. San
Juan County, petitioner, vs. Lars
Brown—suit for right-of-way for road
across the Brown place, on Orcas.
State of Washington vs. Patriot Welch
—criminal action, violation of Sunday
law. J. C. Clinton vs. Mason et al.—
suit to recover back taxes paid by plain
tiff. Besides these several probate mat
ters are likely to be settled.
While on her north bound run from
Seattle last Friday, the steamer Lvdia
Thompson met with an accident which
laid her up until yesterday. From the
time she left Seattle until she had
crossed the Straits she encountered
very rough weather, but suffered no
inconvenience whatever on account of
this. Her mate landed her at Rich
ardson on Lopez island, but while
backing out from there to leave she
ran onto the rocks east of the dock and
completely demolished her propeller,
breaking off all but one of its blades.
She was worked around into Barlow's
bay and beached, in the hope that the
tide would fall enough to allow them
to put on another wheel which was al
ways carried aboard the boat, but in
this they were disappointed. A tug
was at once sent for and she was towed
to Seattle, Sunday, and put on the
dry dock and her new wheel put in
place. Lieutenant Perry, of the reve
nue launch Guard, very kindly gave
them all the assistance he could by
bringing her mail here and also taking
it and her mall clerk to Roche Harbor.
I have given Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy a fair test and consider it one
of the very best remedies for croup that
I have ever found. One dose has al
ways been sufficient, although I use it
freely. Any cold my children contract
yields very readily to this medicine. I
can conscientiously recommend it for
croup and colds in children.—Gbo E.
Wolpf, Clerk of the-Circuit Court,
Fernandina, Fla.
For sale by drug department San
Juan Trading Co.
Good work is being done on the roads
near East Sound.
Miss Helen Robb has opened a select
school «t her father's home.
Messrs. Chas. Rilling and Chas. Dan
kins left Thursday for Tacoma.
The many friend of Mrs. L. Durkee
will be sorry to hear that she is ill.
Mr. Hugh Templln left Saturday
for a few days visit with his family In
Mia* Hester Robb left Tuesday
morning for Seattle, where she wIU
visit relatives.
Mrs. Thomas Leavell returned to
Whatcom after a short visit with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes left Sat
urday for Whatcom, which will be
their place of residence In the future.
Mr. Fred Head and family and Mrs.
Taylor arrived In East Sound, Friday.
They have been abroad for the past
two year*.
Mr C F. Smith sold a ten acre tract
near East Sound to Mr. Wiggins, oj
SuSa island. Also ha* sold his land
on Blakely island.
Mn. Geo. Sutherland and. children
accompanied Miss Grace Philips to her
Kme^NewhaU. where they will
make a few days visit.
Mrs. Betman, Mrs. and Miss
Rilling, of Kamloons, B. C.^arrlved
Monday. After a short visit with rela
tives they will go to Seattle.
The steamer Bsperania, of Vanoou
verrßfcTwas atthT East Sound
wharf a number of days last week.
She left Saturday afternoon.
It is reported that Mr. James Fry
will return next week from Alaska,
being displeased with everything jin
general connected with his northern
Sp3>^ . ' ' ; ;V;.;'-;:':;, -'East.Soumd.
cSMflsMts Catidy Cilhsrtic, the «MMSt wea-
AmHxAmndicmi di«cov«rr of the afe, pl«j»
--giMraatesd to evre by au orogfisw»
Take Lax»tive Bromo Qninine Tablets.
All Dnig^sts refund the money if it fans
to Cure. 25 cents. -.
OUR 4TIW A mnmaf,
The Btatto Con_n_laaloa«r Makea Hto Ab
aaaa Bapwt.
' The annual report of State Dairy
Commissioner McDonald for 1897,
shows, in Washington, an increase of
over 150,000 pounds of cheese and 200,
--000 pounds of butter in the total of the
state's production. There was a total
of 709,364ip0unds of cheese produced
during 1897, as compared with 554,123
pounds in 1896. The butter production
was: 1897, 2,094,417 pounds; 1898,1,853,
--656 pounds. ;
The largest creamery in the state is
that of Martin & Hubbard, of Spokane,
where 139,867 pounds of butter and 103,
--235 pounds of cheese were produced
last year. Other large creameries are:
Vancouver Creamery, Vancouver,
120,030 pounds of butter, no eheese;
Woodlawn cheese factory, Wood lawn,
Cowlitz; county, 104,903 pounds of
cheese; Ellensburg creamery, 138,493
pounds of butter, 15,622 pounds of
cheese; Spring creek creamery, Ellens
burg, 114,767 pounds of butter, 46,520
pounds of cheese; Auburn creamery,
70,991 pounds of butter, 154,148 pounds
of cheese; Ahtanum creamery, Yaki
county, 64,770 pounds of butter, 13,271
pounds of cheese; Chehalis \ Valley
creamery, Chehalis, 42,000 pounds of
butter, 1,500 pounds of cheese; Summer
creamery, 77,093 pounds of butter, no
cheese; Snobomisn cheese factory, 49,
--325 pounds of butter, 50,150 pounds of
cheese; Stanwood Co-operative cream
ery, Stanwood, Shohomish county, 82,
--391jpounda of butter, no cheese.
Kittitas county is the leading dairy
county in the state as shown by the
report of the commissioner. Twice the
number of dairies in other counties are
located in Kittitas, and the report
shows that they have done a good
business during the year. The num
ber of dairies in each county is:
Adams, 2; Clallam, 4; Clark. 6; Col
umbia, 1; Cowlitz, 3; Dauglas. 1: Island,
1; Jefferson, 1; King, 7; Kittitas, 15;
Klickitat, 1; Lewis, 6; Lincoln, 2;
Pierce, 4; Snohomish, 3: Skagit, 2;
Spokane, 2; Stevens, 5; Thurston, 3;
Wahkiakum, 2; Whatoom, 3; Whit
man, 4; Yakima, 5.
The creameries near the state line
shipped a large share of their product
to adjoining states. Those in the south
ern part of Washington shipped nearly
all of their butter and cheese to Oregon,
and in the eastern part of the state
shipments to Montana and Idaho
were heavy. .
The total amount of cheese shipped
to outside points was 112,402 pounds,
of butter, 174,778 pounds.
B«aatr Ia Bloo* Detf.
Clean blood means a clean akin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lasy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. - Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets,— for ten cents. AH drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 80c.
Mr. Ous Bergman has gone to Seat
John Bergman has been on the sick
There was a "hop" at Orcas last Mon
day night. . ; n
Mr. O. Barker towed in quite a raft
of piles for his new building.
All the legal men are at Friday Har
bor this week attending court.
Mr. Gray, of Deer Harbor, is just
getting over a bad time with the
Mrs. Nulton, of Marietta, was the
guest of Mr. aud Dan'l Kepler last
week.."--.';/ '- ■-. .'
Mr. Tim Virrin's little daughter.
Eva, has been quite ill, but is reported
some better.
Mr. Permaiu is limping about. A
log rolled onto his foot last week, hurt
ing it quite badly.
The little daughter of Mr. Stroud. of
Deer Harbor, was reported quite sick
the last of the week.
Quito a number of the friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Nichols made them a pleas
ant call Friday evening.
Remember Sunday school is at 2
o'clock p. m., every Sunday. Give us
a helping hand and don't kick against
your own interests.
After a fierce debate, the following
were elected officers of the Deer Har
bor Literary society: Mr. Frank Kir
by, president; Mr. Pressy, vice-presi
dent; Miss Clara Shorv, secretary; Miss
Maud Shory, treasurer; Mr. James Nu
gent, janitor. Scbibk.
Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks
town, Mo., was troubled with chronic
diarrhaaa for over thirty years. He
had become fully satisfied that it was
only a question of a short time until he
would have to give up. He had been
treated bv some of the best physicians
in Europe and America but got no per
manent relief. One day Ihe picked up
a newspaper and chanced to read an
advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera I and Diarrhoea Remedy. ■-. He
got a bottle of it; the first dose helped
him and its continued use cured him.
',?. For I sale by drug department San
Juan Trading Co. ',
■■■ -■ KoNMTw Bomb WIUi OtHHtlfc ±
Candy Ctttuutle, «or« eoutipMloa townt
Uta/If Cl aC.i»U t drn««to» refund no—y.
Mr. Editor—Dear Sir: In your
issue of February 10 appears an article
to which I desire to in part reply ; >
.'. I - have fully ■ informed . the public. of
Best ornotl>cilh-«Qiu^i
back, aavwav* if you don't
SchMngs Best
Fcr sate by
Sweeney Merc. Co,
Mosey - making? Why
not? The more the better.
Sdußmg's But
Sda t*4sfQv
make money for everybody
— make money ft* you hy
saving it
W. E. Sutherland, Orcas, Wash.
the existence of a road that was viewed
through my form more than twenty
yean ago and surveyed twenty yean
ago, and was used as a public highway
by myself and the public until all that
portion north and west from my farm
fell into disuse. I then had a right to
fence in and use that abandoned road,
more especially where the school house
bad stood and occupied a good piece of
land for more than fifteen years. H. A.
Armstrong bought 40 acres of land ad
joining mine, consequently, I am sorry
to say, is my nearest neighbor. All
these emanations from his fertile and
effusive brain are hearsay, and heresay
as long ago as 1 can remember was, ana
is today, called a common lier and mis
chief-maker, and they who rehearse
hearsay are like an infectious disease
wherever it has touched it has conferred
that infection. And it is particularly
applicable in this case. Mr. Armstrong
tells the public that after he has fixed
bis disappearing battery and will have,
it is to be presumed, wiped his detested
enemy out of existence and thereby put
a quietus on the road question. But he
has failed, ignomineoualy failed. While
{ hearsay was away foraging for ammuni
tion the enemy made a swoop from his
ancient stronghold and captured his
sentinel, and heresay returned just in
time to apprise his general and they
made for the woods, from which we
may hear of geurrilla raids. By some
unaccountable means none of the shots
, have taken effect, so the (courteously
addressed) Illustrious D. W. Oakes yet
remains to treat him with the open and
public contempt to which all such sub
jects of lunacy and knavery are en
titled. In Mr. Armstrong's informa
tion to the public, he savs that the road
has run through the school house of
which the district holds a good deed.
Oh, horror of horrors! imagine my feel
ings when I read that paragraph.
What would the public say? I mentally
concluded, this is what they would
say, that Oakes and Armstrong should
back that road out of the school house
forthwith. Now it is a fact, and al
though Armstrong asserts that D. W.
Oakes misrepresents things, the public
must believe him when he tells them
that the road has been run through the
school house. We must investigate
this matter. I am one of the public
and have an individual interest in both
road and house, and if any one has had
the audacity to run my platted road
through, or even into, the school house
and thereby destroyed the deed, run
him in. I feel sure I can prove an
alibi, and let Armstrong (if such are
facts) take the full penalty of the law
made and provided for suckers.
D. W. Oakes.
Grandma Smith has almost recov
ered from her recent illness.
Sounds of cooking and profanity are
heard once more at the corner store.
The steam schooner Nellie Jensen
took 40 tons of hay and grain to Seattle
last Thursday.
E. P. Bailer is having his house fin
ished. His son, Henry, was freighting
from Skagway to Lake Bennett when
last heard from.
The Klondike gold fever does not
seem to affect many of our neighbors.
Most of our young men say, "A duck in
the hand is worth twenty in the pond."
Englebert Bailer hurt his foot quite
badly last week by stopping on a rusty
naii and running it into the ball of his
foot We hope to see him around in
time for the masque carnival.
The people of our valley will surpass
themselves in a grand masquerade ball
to be given at Union Grove hall, Tues
cay night, February 22. Prises will be
given for the most original and best
sustained characters. Dk Habo.
The yacht Pilgrim made a run over
to the Harbor last Sunday.
Mr. C. T. Butter, our popular mer
chant, went to the Harbor ou business
Miss Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Butter, gave a birthday party to
her many little Mends last Saturday.
Miss Pearl is now a young lady six
years old.
Miss Kate Buckley and Miss Guard,
who are teaching school on the island,
went overt© their homes in ithe Har
bor, Saturday. They returned Mon
day in time to open school.
The Richardson dance given last
Friday was well attended, there being
about thirty coupks present. Among
those present were the officers and
crew ofthe steamer Lydia TlKmapson,
| which V was 1 slightly dlsaWed while |
leaving the Richardson wharf. Mr.
j the popular mail agent, was
give^voteoY&ank. for bis services
violinist. D*5 cto 1 wJ}fik^i 2£
until 4 a. m. when all departed. lor
their respective homes.
The accident which befell the mail
gteamer Thompson last "*££;
in* has caused more or le» delay; We
have had no mail now for two day*.
Oar Seattle mail which was to baye
toS/here Monday will not be
until Wednesday. Taking it In all,
the Thompeon has been a very .steady
boat, giving the people of the iabuid^a
flret-cTas service both in ftwgnt ana
mail, and accidents will occur, hence
we can overlook a few inconveniences
once in a while. I. X. I
Ttk«Cue*r«U CMdyOMbjjrUa»» orlls,
naaqf>Utoow.«raaTtrtswt— awiy.
Rlpans Trtmle^ core bllloii«ie«.
Ripans Tables: geatle cathartic.
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X Go to Seattle all 70a can hear is KLONDIKE, but X
5 WHY? g
mt Because here 70a will find anything yon want from
9 ' a needle to an anchor. The LARGEST STOCK ]■
gK ofanyatore in San Juan County. K
£ Men's Ready Made Soita, Cheaper and of far better ]■
jK Dreas Gooda at Prloee That Will Pleaee the Ladies 5
•H Here you find a $1,600.00 stock of Boots, Shoes and g
5 If there is anything; you want, that this atore has §■
•5 not in stock, the proprietor will get it for you on CJ
3c quick notice. Come one. Come all, and bring your JC
C> butter, eggs, in fact anything that Is saleable and I -•- %B
X wiUbuyTft. Q
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11 3.00 Oxfords reduoed t0..............._8L40 '
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ji&l 2.00 " " " -U.40 £*£ l
< W |i.50 " " «..„ JI.OO V^ 1
1 > $1.00 *• » " .75 (
<' We have all colors—Black, Oxblood, Chocolate and Brown.
<' Youb Oxford Opportunity. ,
< This ia no fake "closing out" or "retiring sale." We are .
4' here to stay. (
S j 'The Famous Shee House. |
j \ BAllwat Are. a«i HOU7 St., HEW WHATCOX, .WASH. (
Morse Hardware Co —^^
Hardware, Rope, Coal Tar, Paints,
Oils and Fish Cannery Supplies.
;-m*. Hnw Whatcom. Washington.
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Will make pnrcnaMn of anything wanted by realdenta of
San Juan County, that cannot be procured of local dealers.
Will «ell anything yon have for sale, from a coon akin to
•; your ranch .
The patronage of merchants and residents of Ban JmatrCoun
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