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The San Juan islander. [volume] (Friday Harbor, Wash.) 1898-1914, December 15, 1898, Image 3

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SAN JUAN GOUNTY BANK
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Canadian Pacific
Railway
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The Fastest and Best Route to
1 THEJAST
Through Tickets to all Points
in the
United States_and Canada.
THROUGH SLEEPERS
r m the coast to Minneapolis, St. Paul,
Fr* .Sou Montreal, Toronto aud
c Winnipeg.
Take This Route To The
iootenay and Cariboo Gold
FIELDS.
This is the only route traversing the en-
Vnllbelt Oiilv24 hours to San
««-Vtlantic Steamship Tickets
to and from All Poiuts in
Europe.
M' information call on or Avrite to
F. R. JOHNSON,
F*'»» dP»"»'BCr-S'Whnloom.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Hist. Passenger Agent,
Tancouver, B. C.
TheNEWMAILStr.,
mil THOMPSON
Regular, Reliable and Safe
Elefaat Passenger Aeconimodatlons
Runs Between Seattle and Whatom
Via. POUT TOWNSEM>, Aud the
San Juan Islands
NOIUH BOUND. SOUTH BOUND.
LEAVES LEAVES
Seattle Ia in Wlmtcom 4a m
Tuniiscml....,..(J am East 50uu<1....7 a. in.
Friday lX»r..l0:30 111 Km lie Harbor 10 am
Vlie Mai .11:43 am Friday Uarborll a m
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Mm WHATCOM Arrive SKATTLE
At..C:3O p in. At..7:45 p. in.
J. R. THOMPSON Man?. Owner.
THE U. S. MAIL
Steamer Buckeye
Running Between Friday Harbor,
Anacortes and Whatcom.
This elegant steamer runs through
the Archipelago De Haro, Daily, Leav
ing \\ hatcom at 6 a. m. on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, calling at Cot-
Olga, Newhall, East Sound,
Ureas West Sound, and arrives at Fri
-2 at 12:45 p. m. Leaves Fri
day Harbor with the mail at 1 p. m.
n,t!!n'' Bto PPin ßat Pt- Stanley,
Thatcher, Decatur, Nedro and Guemes
m arrives at Anacortes at 6:20 p. m.
Jg,lhursdayand Saturday, for the
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BERT JOHNSON, AGENT,
; Wash.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
i ~~ ■
John Stamm returned. from Alaska
Monday. , \
M. R. Noftsger went to Seattle on
the Thompson, Tuesday. /
~ Mrs. C. E. Erickson, of Roche Har
bor was in town yesterday. :
Buy that Solid Gold Wedding Bint
' at the Blue Front Store. # *
Chas. McNalley, of Lopes, is having
a fine house built on his place.
John L. Blair is in Seattle serving
on the United State* grand jury.
Capt. H. H. Hudson, of Shaw island
was in town the last of the week.
L. B. Carter returned the last of the
week from a business trip to Seattle.
All Grades of Flour Cheaper at the i
Blue Front Store than anywhere else
in town. . ■ _ «^
California Matches, 2 bunches for 6c*
2 boxes Toothpicks for 5c at the Blue
Front Store. . «
You will always find what you are
looking for in our Notion Depart
ment. Martin 6 Jensen. ' , * ;
Send to Sutcliffe & Hill, Whatcom.
for samples of Wall Paper and Paints.
They willbe sent you; free of charge.*
Mr. Chas. McKay left for his mining
prospects near Northport. Tuesday
after spending several weeks with his
family here.
By a recent decision of the attorney
general revenue stamps are not re
quired on checks when presented by
the depositor. • v :.
Mrs. Robert Mervyn and her niece,
Miss Hattie Moore, who had been here
visiting her for a few months, went to
Seattle on the Thompson last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Morehead and family
and Moses Button have moved to
Edson, a suburb of Taooma, where the
N. P. shops are located, and expect to
reside in the future. C-: Vp
Arthur Lord, the Jeweler, has a nice
line of Eye glasses and Spetaoles on
hand and invites the public to call and
see them. Watch and clock repairing
promptly executed and work guaran
teed.
John Lawson, of Waldron, was in
town this week canvassing for one of
the best and lastest historical produc
tions entitled, "Our Conflict with
Spain." All who can should have a
copy of this work in their library.
E. W. Harrison's host of friends in
this county will be pleased to learn
that we are reliably informed that he
has probably made a good find in the
Alaskan gold fields and is now in a
fair way to make some money. We
hope this may prove true. V
Thos. Lave] who has been in the em
ploy of Mr. New hall for several years
past, as purser of the steamer Buckeye,
expects to leave the boat the first of
January and engage in ranching. He
has leased the John Doak place, near
Oljra, and will move there with his
wife soon after the close of the year.
Alfred Douglas returned from Seat
tle on the Thompson yesterday where
he had been for two or three days with
his brother John, who had an opera
tion performed for some ear trouble,
at the Seattle General ' hospital, on
Thursday evening last. He reports
that be is getting along nicely aud
hopes to be home in a short time.
The following named persons were
duly elected to serve as officers of San
Juan Hebekah Lodge No. 112 for the
ensuing term which begins January 1,
1899, on last Friday evening: Grace
Boyce, N. G.; Mary Jensen,-V. G.;
E. E. Allen, R. 8.; Janie Sand with,
Per. Sec.; J. A. Gould, Treas. They
will be installed the first meeting night
in January. . - £ */
Saturday morning lust Mr. Frank
Boyce's little girl was quite badly
burned about the arms and shoulders
and had a very narrow escape from
death. The child was "playing with
some fire and in some way her clothes
caught and but for the timely arrival
of Mr. Martin Rethlefsen, who chanced
to be near I the house, she would ■ un
doubtedly been burned to death. Mr.
Rethlefsen succeeded in getting I the
burning clothes off* the little one, but
in doing so got his own hands quite
badly burned.
The Fairhaven hotel, in Fairhaven,
one of the finest on the Pacific coast,
now under the management of H. L.
Roan, who; is ij also \ proprietor of i the
new ice plant aud fruit cannery at that
place, is doing a * good j business and • is
gaining great popularity t with : the
ravel ing public. As a hotel: manager
Mr. Roan has but few equals, and it
needs but a short acquaintance with
him to prove conclusively that he un
derstands his business. His ease of
manner and hospitality very soon wins
the admiration of his many guests and
if he once gets a patroujfor his house he
is sure to keep him. People visiting
the Bay Cities cannot do better than
put at the Fairhaven.
I The Green Front Store Is Ib It. :
|i Christmas goods ; and every day «
: { goods of every conceivable descrip- ;
: stion.;;r:. -y- :' ■■ ::. ■ r'-r.;-. -.' ;_ .-■ : •-'.; ;
: ; Eastern Oysters for Xmas trade. :
: ! 127 Kinds of Candy and Gum. - !
: The best hand made Chocolates 3ttelb |
: I Pure, Fresh Mixed Candy 3 lbs. 25c ;
; • Genuine Seedless Raisins, 100 a lb. :
: I Tin and Graniteware line complete ;
: : Boys' all wool Sweaters. . . :
!* Ladies' Fascinators. ■■■ _"« :
\ i Boys' Kate 25c. Suspenders, Collars, .
: ."- and Ties. : '"■■^■v'':S'-:--:-^-;^v- -'„■:; >
: | Handkerchiefs, Mittens,; Overalls, ;
3 and Gloves. : v-- -'_r -^ '•■; :
i B Stockings, Socks, Shoes, and Fancy ;
" ■ * 'Vases. ' ■'■ -■• i -■■'"" '■■■ '--]p.-~-- •! '
: i Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Wringers \ :
\ : Bibles, Poems and Books of all kinds ;
: ; Fancy Cutlery, Pipes, Toilet Soap | :
: ! I will furnish supplies for Xmas ■
i : Trees at reduced prices. ■- - \
j§ Wm. Fowu, Proprietor. :
■ ■ * - * ■Mm***. .. ' ■. ■■
I hare picked up a number of logs,
branded similar to tie letter At^Mcbrl
will deliver to the owner upon identifica
tion within a reasonable ittme^aad^
payment of reasonable salvage onfff***
Prevoat, San Juan County, Washington,
December 1,1808.
; .
AppUs im WMfcteCtosu V; V •'
The Country Gentleman prints the
following letter from Prof. Balmer,
horticulturist of the Washington State
Experiment station at Pullman:
"Papers coming to my desk from
the ■; Eastern "fi states, s report the I apple
crop all over the United States, a psvr
tiaJT failure. This is not true of Wash
ington. Our apple crop to a full one,
and quality very fine. Farmer! ara
improving the occasion, and are ship
ping many carloads to the Bait, For
{^-kjlJMliihbtory.wt.n, buyer,
"•ve invaded our country uutm
_^2£_?_s
li^Jrf 8°ver 7JUo***** in orchards.
Aj taali new countries, we have^ut
ISS^.I? c-? ri2, er Intending to put out
•n orchard. There is a good deal of
®p»a=ar£fi
J^r^amrte^rowfiig in our state;
Apples a that - prove 3 profitable * at y an
elevation of «06 feet are oftei whouS
unsuitod to 2,500; so we hay! ££g
JJrt^f^eachjdiatrict. The appS
XX*? 1115 he moreelerated portions
or the state at present, are Ben Davis
spy, Wagener, Esopu, Kiug, Yellow
&£??■ Gano, Fall Pippin* Twenty
>onoe; those mostly shipped from the
SSI^SSS^ _* Y«"°* Newton,
Some, :White ; Pearmain "• Lawyer
Jonathan £? d WilM »P- There are'
more Ben Davis than any other variety
Janted in the state; and it is probably
"iff*. Potable apple, (Jano, ite
seedling, is a finer looking, and quite
prolific, and will in time fupeneedVit*
mother. We - hare numerous local
iiln ß of considerable meri;. many
of which are - being tested at the station •
■23?. of these wilf be likely to Prove
profitable for our conditions, but will
** ■_? recommended until thoroughly
tested. , We have now about 800 varie
ties on the trial grounds, and as many
of them will bear the coming season
we expect some interesting results.'!
Ever-bad? Bays So. ■."-;.v
CaacareU Candy Cathartic, the most won
den ul medical discovery of the age. pleaa
-BUi*Bd.ief?*hill«. to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liv«r and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, dispel ooldsj
euro headaohe, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousoM. Please buy and try a box
of C. C. C. today; 10, 85, SO cents. Hold and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists. -
. LOPEZ NEWS NOTES.
James Blake went to Seattle, Toes
day, on business, returning Friday.
Misses Grace Boyee and Kate Buck
ley visited friends on Lopez, Saturday
and Sunday. '
Oscar Weeks, who has been at work
in Ballard for the last two months, re
turned Tuesday. * -
The Order of Modern Woodmen meet
every Saturday evening, at their hall
at Lopez landing.
Mr. and Mrs. George Troxell are
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
TroxelT, at Port Stanley.
A number of the friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Jasper su prised them Fri
day evening. The time was pleasantly
passed in dancing. \ "
Mrs. R. W. Glazier and two daugh
ters, of Coupville, who was visiting her
sisters, Mrs. 'Al Eastman and Mrs.
Kent, left last Thursday for Port Town
send on her way home. *: Dux.
A Son Thin* for Too. '-.-
A transaction in which you cannot loselsa
snreihlug. Biliousness, sick headache, fur
red tongue, fever, piles and a thousand other
ilia are caused by constipation and sluggish
liver. Cascai-ets Candy Cathartic, the won
derful new liver j stimulant and intestinal
tonic are by all druggists guaranteed to curs
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a bos to-day; We, *&, fife
Sample and booklet free. See our big ad.
KOCHK HARBOR MEWS BRIEFS.
Mr. McMillin returned Sunday after
an absence of several weeks up-Sound.
Mr. Searles has moved his family
over from Wescott bay to one of the
company's cottages.
The bark Mauna Ala, of Honolulu,
was towed out of the harbor Sunday
night t with 4,000 -< barrels of lime for
Hilo, Hawaii. She will complete her
cargo with wheat at Seattle and after
discharging at Hilo will take on a
cargo of sugar for New York. Hilo is
the chief town on the island of Hawaii
and is 5 the principal sugar shipping
port of the! islands. It is about two
hundred miles from Honolulu.
; The funeral of Wm. Wilkinson, fore
man of the lime quarry, who was killed
on the 7th inst. by an explosion of
giant powder, occurred on the follow*
ing day, Thursday, Rev; Mr. White
conducting the services, which were
very generally attended. Dr. Wright,
county coroner , came: up Wednesday
afternoon on . the company's steamer
but did; hot consider it necessary to
hold an inquest It is believed that
Mr. Wilkinson must have caused the
explosion himself by breaking a stick
of giant powder with his hands instead
of cutting it with a Unlfe, as was his
custom. Nothing has yet been heard
from any of his relatives. It is said
that his sister and mother reside at
Eti wanda, California, not far from
Los Angeles. _____ Roche.
TO CURE A-COLD HI OMB OAT,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All Druggists refund the money if it fails
to Cure. 25 cento. The genuine has L.
BQ. on each Tablet. ; . -.
Report of Mo. 1 School.
School ended Tuesday, December 6,
after a fourteen weeks' term. The per
cent of attendance during the term was
87. Those on the roll of honor art
Adelbert Baker,! A. J. Baker, Robert
Ackley, S Abbie Ackley and Bronte
Dorley. The 5 honorary list: Edward
Buckley, Annie P. Ackley, A. J.Baker,
Katie 1 Bandwith; f RaymondjMaddeni
Adelbert Baker aud MayJMadden.
Examinations were held during the
week and the averages are as follows:
Ninth grade-Edward Buckley, 97.
£ Eighth grade—Bennle Dorley, ? 88;
Raymond Madden, 94.
Seventh grade—Sydney Merrifield,
•^pSMSta Buckley, 80;
Mart RoSerT-: Willie Shuman, 80;
SSert Ackley, 80; Mary Shuman, 89.
F«h gW-Hattte Merrifleld, 80;
Abbie ASkley, 90; Mary Madden.-^
Jtouith g»d»—Peter Madden, 76:
Henry ghaman, »B; Laurena Rosier,
- i __ 4i Y«_-r -towoas WMk OaMarcts*
C«a4y Ca»»*rtlf. wweeoasUpa^ forewfc
Redemptioirof County Warrants
foe sin mis comnv.
fIHHSBI
San Joan County, Washington
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CAPTAIN ISAIAH JOXSB OKAO.
A Brlf Oatiiae of His Life and OSlola
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Last Tuesday Sheriff Jones received
a letter from the superintendent of tti<
Western Washington hospital at Stella
ooom informing ■ him of the death oi
his father, Captain Isaiah Jones, who
was taken there for treatment about
five years ago, from Shaw island.
The death of Captain Jones takes
from us a unique and somewhat re
markable character. Springing from
old Virginia stock, he was born in the
state of Ohio in 1829, where he grew to
manhood, was married and had two
children. About the breaking out of
the war, his wife died and he enlisted
in an Ohio regiment of volunteers and
at once went to the front. During the
Beige of Vlcksburg he was stricken with
the camp disease so J prevailent among
the soldiers of that section, and by the
order of General ■' Grant, whose notice
le had already attracted by his gal
antry, he was 7 discharged and sent
lome, as it was supposed, to die; but
sustained by a constitution as strong
and unyielding as was his own per
sonal character, he so far recovered as
to be able to re-enlist. This time in a
Missouri regiment gotten up in Cald
well county, Missouri, where his pa
rents had located during his absence.
When the companies were organised
he was elected captain of Co. "B," I
think, which company he commanded
till the close of the war, taking an ac
tive part in the gurrilla warfare that
was so sanguinary in the southern and
southwestern part of that state, as well
as several general engagements. The
notorious James and Younger boys,
Bill Anderson and Quantrell were 1 the
famous leaders of the bands of bush- >
whackers that roamed over the coun
try leaving a trail of blood from the
forks of the Grand river on the north
to Arkansas on the south and west into
Kansas, celebrating their hist raids into
the latter state by the burning of Law
rence and murdering a large number of
its citizens. It was with the prisoners
here taken that report said immediate
ly afterwards that Cole Younger tested
the power of the Springfield rifle by
standing a number of men up in a row
and seeing how many he could shoot
through, killing eight. This gurrilla
warfare was carried on by small bodies
of men on both sides, and like the
enemy, the federal troops were forced
troops were forced to do much of their
marching in the night, lying concealed
during the daytime. In this, Captain
Jones was in his \ element; as fearless
and brave as any of the leaders of the
marauding | bands he ! was at home
around the campfire and shrank from
no hardships or danger. Cole Younger and his
band soon tired of facing such a foe and moved
south into Arkansas,•: while Bill Anderson was
killed and his command annihilated. In recog
nition of his services the governor of Missouri
commissioned Captain . Jones as lieutenant
colonel. Disease, however, had fastened upon
him and when the war closed he locatrd on a
farm, broken in health. The Tames and Young
ess, as soon as peace came, turned their atten
tion to bank robbing. - This was done in broad
daylight by shooting down all who opposed
them. One of the banks in Richmond, Ray
county, which joined Caldwell on the south,
was thus robbed and several of the citisens, in
cluding the deputy sheriff, being killed. Tha
bank in Galliton, in the county joining Cald
well on the north, was robbed, or attempted to
be robbed in the same manner, the president
and cashier being shot down in cold blood and
a retreat effected before the citisens could rally.
This was: in 1867. A reign of terror existed,
every country town was in a fever ef excitement
and fear and men who sought the office of
Sheriff, especially in Caldweu county/joining
the home of the James boys, were not so plenti
ful as they are today. 1 Of course, Captain Jones
was the man for the place. He was nominated
and elected and peace and order was enjoyed
during his official career. Shortly after his
election the grand jury found an indictment
against a desperate character, and a warrant for
his arrest was gives the new sheriff. The man
was known to be always armed to the teeth and
the Captain's friends advised him to take a
posse; but ignoring assistance and wholly un
armed, he hunted up his man, walked directly
to him and laying his band on him told him bis
errand and arrested him without the least diffi
culty. So much for his nerve.
Although an uneducated man, he was one of
the best political speakers in northern Missouri
and often met in public discussion with the
leading politicians in the state. As a farmer he
had considerable money. Strictly honest him
self, lie believed others te be so, sometimes to
his detriment. ..; v. *♦
• His second wife was Miss Etta Stevens, by
whom he raised quite a family, all of whom are
residents of the Sound; Newton, our present
sheriff, Grant and Earnest living in San Tuan
county; the widow, two youngest children and
one married daughter, Mrs. Carl Stewart, resid
ing in Whatcem county. His eldest daughter
Is a rsiedent of Oklahoma, and bis eldest son Is
dead. ■•"•■■- '" ■ "•" ■ - -■ '• >-' ■'■ <•■
For several years he. was a resident of this
Island, but was a resident of Shaw island whan
taken to the hospital, where he died on the nth
inst., at the age of 69 yean. , - %
"Life's fitful fever over, be sleeps well."
J"~'' ''.Z'izi*:-'■ -'■ ■ '' ' . <&•
Tws Millions • Tear.
When people bar. try, and bay again, it
means they're satisfied. The people of the
United State* are now baying Caacartts
Candy Cathartic at the rate of two million
boxes a year and it will be three million be
fore New Year's. It means merit proved,
that Caacarets are the most delightful bowel
regulator for everybody the year round. All
drmfgists 10c, 2Se, Me a box, cure guaranteed.
A Chines* Solomon.
A recent number of the North China
Herald contained an account of the'
administration of justice by a Chinese j
magistrate which reminds ; one of Solo- j
mon. Two brothers, well advanced in j
age, quarreld over a piece of land which
they had jointly inherited from their
father, and ' went ito law. The ■ native j
magistrate heard > the : testimony on;
both sides and determined \ that both
were wrong and both right, according
to the different points of view. There
fore, instead of rendering a judgment
in favor of either, he ordered that both
be locked up in a cangue with their
heads fastened face to face and kept
there until they settled their quarrel.
The canirue is a sort of cage in which
prisoners are placed | with their necks
looked into a hole in a board. It . re
sembles 'i somewhat - the ' stocks i which
were used for the punishment of male
factors in olden time. When the broth
ers • were | placed S in the canirue I they
were both very stubborn and indignant,
but toward the end |of the second day
they began to weaken, and on the third
day reached a satisfactory settlement
and were released.—Chicago Record.
- Besmtr I* Slsoi Dee*. ;
Clean blood mean* a clean akin. No
beauty without it. CaacareU, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keen it clean, by
stirring «P the laay liver and driving all im
purities from thejbodr. Begin tojay to
banish pimple*, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascareta,- for tea cents. All drug
gists, KtisfactKtt guaranteed, 10e,z5c,60c.
- ISIIOS m*& KxBtfUMIOB.
Hon. Frank Wilkinson, of Skagit
county, who wanted to be a member of
the last legislature badly enough to ran
as a Populist, bat who lacked some 400
votes^of returning this winter because
of still professing faith in Populism,
was recently interviewed by a P.-I. re
porter at Seattle, and among othei
things said:
"If the Republican ' party in the ap
proaching session of the legislature suc
ceeds in passing some conservative and
greatly needed* railroad legislation, 11
will 5 control r the government iof thia
state for the next ton years. A greal
opportunity lie* i before the Repobßcan
members of the legislature. The Re
publican party is In power in the na
tion. It* policy of territorial expan
sion will make the state of Washington
flourish and grow as it never did be
fore. ; Whatever i happens, we I will see
in the next decade an era of immense
development in every branch of trade
and industry in this state.
"Washington will flourish like a
green bay tree under the policy of ex
pansion In the Orient If the people of
China. Japan and India eat one-quarter
of a salmon each per year, it will take
16,000,000 cases \of the Puget f Sound
product. What we want is a salmon
hatchery in : every stream in the state
emptying into salt water. When we
get fairly started in the Orient we will
sell everything we manufacture and
everything we grow to the people on
the other side of the Pacific The com
merce of the Pacific will one day be
greater than that on the Atlantic. h I
sell you, Seattle and Washington are
just entering a period of the most mar
velous growth and development.
■X "Fusion? jjeader than a mackerel.
Silver? That cook, too, will fight no
more battles; free coinage is as dead
as any Chinese cock over which any
Chinaman ever swore In a court of law.
There is no more fusion. The Repub
licans will henceforth do battle ■ with
Democrats. There may be a few of the
middle-of-the-roaders, but they may
kick up as much dust as they please,
for they will accomplish nothing.
"State Sneator-eleot Emmerson Ham
mer, of San Juan and Skagit, is a well
known and thoroughly reputable busi
ness man. He will be a credit to his
district in the senate."
To Cure Constipation FonfM.
Take Cuetrtu Candy Cathsrtie. Us or ate.
If C. C. C fall to care, druggists reread moot}.
OF INTEREST TO CANNERYMEN.
Fish Commissioner A. G. Little Asks the
Co-operation of All Interested In Sal
mon Propagation. ";•: r;
Mr. A. C. Little, state fish commis
sioner, is desirous of having as many
people as possible who are engaged in
the fish industry, or are interested in
same, to visit at least one of the state
hatcheries and there, by personal ob
servation, see and understand the prac
tical workings of the artificial propaga
tion system. He would much prefer
to have parties from this vicinity visit
Baker lake hatchery if possible, but as
it is something of an effort to get to
this point, he presumes that other
localities would be preferred and would
advise visiting the Kalama hatchery.
They have at the: Kalama hatchery at
this time over six million young salmon
in the finest condition and believe that
there is not in the United States a
hatchery doing a more successfuf work
than this one. The efficient superin
tendent will be very happy to explain
every detail of the work that is there
being carried out. If a number of the
citizens and others interested in the
fish industry could find time to visit
this hatchery I am sure it would be
productive of considerable good in the
way of getting efficient legislation next
winter for one, if not the greatest and
most important industries of the coast.
WISE AND OTHKBWISK. ~
Despite the defeat of the fusion ists,
pop corn will still be raised in Kansas.
Some of the best grounds to secure
divorce on are as yet uufenced in
North Dakota. v;
The world doesn't want to hear your
troubles unless you can tell them so as
to make it either laugh or cry.
A woman can never be very bad after
she has once learned that her little
child measures its ideas of God by her.
Some fool doctor has defined a kiss
as "the anatomical juxtaposition of two
orbicularis oris muscles simultaneously
contracted." : : , ■-„_,:.
The use of calico in the United States
is more extensive than in any other
country. It is the nation . that is not
afraid to wear calico that can afford to
wear silk.
It is computed the death rate of the
world is sixty-seven and the birth rate
seventy a minute, and this seeming
light percentage of gain is sufficient to
a net increase in population each year
of 1,200,000 souls. '
"Well," »id the old lady, "the war's
over, John's got hispension, the mort
gage is done paid off the mule; an' now,
ef we could fest have another war we
could git the house painted an', put a
new door on the barn !"
A United States gold coin contains
one-tenth alloy and nine-tenths pure
gold, and is therefore 21.6 carats line.
A karat is a twenty-fourth part, and
18-carat gold is composed of 18 parts
pure gold and 6 parts alloy.
The Japanese address letters there
verse of what we do, writing the
country first, v the state or province
next, then the city, the street and num
ber and I the name i last of all. ' This
system greatly expedites the handling
of the mails. ; "
Special Offer to Oar Headers. •
Thb Islander, The Twioe-a-Week
Detroit Free Press and the Free
Press Annual Year Book and Encyclo
paedia for 1899, a valuable book of over
50 pages that tells you all you want to
know. Over 35,000 of the 1898 * issue
were sold at 25 cents each. It is the
most popular book of the kind ) ever
published. For further particulars see
advertisement on • another page of this
issue. , V '"-'■ -'■: -. i!. :
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Seattle, Wash.,
Friday, Nov. 211888. .
VOTICE iis hereby given . that the fol
a Rowing-named settler has filed notice
of his intention <to make final proof -in
support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of Superior
Court, at Friday Harbor. Washington, On
Saturday, January 7,1809, vi«: ; „
AUTBKD B. BIGIJET.
Homestead application No. 13,940, for
the N i 8w i; Se J 8w i Sec 14; He* Be i
See. 15, Tp. 18Nit2 W.
IHe names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, vie: - * :^v _£■;
•;Harry Bromley, William Fowler, W.
J. Clark and D. 2 Kepler, all of ; Orcas,
Washington. .- *
'::- ■ : -?-=? Edward P. Tbkmp«b, Register. %
First publication Dec. 1,1898.5 : , -
HOME BAKERY
--V- - Mrs. 8s»oot* wishes to inform the ':..-[■
: . public that she will keep con
stantly on hand
- ' . -- -■
PBJBSH BREAD FKUTf CAKS
DOCGHICUTS COUKXBS
GINOB& COOKIES CMOS*
TARTS, BTC., . -'>&53SK
•"- -- '. -an 4 will carefully AH all 1 ere for . . *_•
BOSTON BAJEBO - BRAINS *.fcfs^
Gcrawa Coflec Bread, Tea Balls, Bask* aad
Pica.
sffU£ 8l»| vJJ(eil§ MTU • •ttMs • Disie
| Holiday Prices at the Blue §
| Front Store. g
g riuiii uiuiui q
itf Pure White Flour, perbb1.............:............ . «4 OO ' flt
H:i Olympic Flour, per bb1............................ ... "r"^r—~Z ZZ tt
■B PMcacfcFlour,perbbL. . '* 575 fl[
35 BlgLomf Flour, per bb1.....v..".;;-.....; ;;" "K^ I ' " ■■">""' v* S6» - S
■ Tbre«lb«ofMyßestCoft«ror . '" v'v.";".*lOO Bl
■ Biglit lbs Arbuckte Coffee for... .'''"" 100 flt
S Etßht lbs LyoaCoflee for. ' 100 S
m 2^A bf oftll*B«^o">'»«>dCoffeeToußT«rKadfor....:.. ;"MV.:.V.'.. 100 ■"
H flchUUagi Best Spider Leg Tea, per lb ....... 45 ff
■ Schillings BHtCu Powder TeaTperlb ; SO MX
» A Good Fslr Grade Blsck Tea, pcrTb .. M C
X Tomatoes, per earn ...T... . , . . 10
I Pure White Floor, per bbl... . MOO S
Olympic Flour, per bbl "" aas "T
Fwcock Flour, per bbl 373 flt
Big Lo»f Flour, per bbl SM ff
Tbrealba of My Best Co**"ifor "...!!!!*.!!!*.;.'. 100 S
Srrcaltw of Good Green Coflfce for .......'.'.". 100 ff
Btgkt lbs Arbuckle Coffee for 100 flt
Stßbt lbs Lyon Coflee for ."...."".'.'.' """. 100 S
8U lbsafthe Best Ground Coffee To«R*«r Bad totYYY.Y.Y. YYYY.YYY.Y.Y.Y. 100 S
Schillings Best Spider Leg Tea, per lb YYYYY.YY. 4* 2
A Good Fair Grmd*Bl«ck Tea.^per 1"!?......:;;; ""YYY". M 5
Tomatoes, per can in fl
Five Gals. Coal Oil . m& tt
X Two Blocks California Matches !...'..'.'.'..!."".'..' '.'.'.".'.'.'v."';'.'.'}''!"'." OS fl
H Two Boxes Toothpicks... j" ..!!!'.!.." OS %£
B IJ^7«3»»t received ftx>mChl»fo th© Finest Line of «T
M JEWELRY that ever earns to Friday Harbor ..... MB
I? ,^-The above prioea are for Cash. I will meet the Prices of any M
JV other Store here on anything I carry in Stock, quality considered. Caf -
?C I have no Rusty or Musty Goods to offer you at a big reduction to X
I* make them 5e11..... .......;-. ... T. .. . . .. . . . ..; • • %M
5 *- I. B. CARTER 8
|5 Pbopriktob B'"*T">"a'M" ,—a Q
Low Guts, Cut_Low! i
13.00 Oxfords reduced t0..... .$2.40 #
J j># J ».6O " • ■ " a.90 j^a, M
mem feoo " " •• 111.40 2
x^p ci.so " " **... JA.OO 9<y s;;-5
--#1.00 •• «* •• $ .75 J
We have all colors—Black, Qxblood, Chocolate and Brown, J
Youb Oxford Opportunity. J-
This is no fake "closing out" or "retiring sale." We are 4
here to stay. , #
The Famous Shoe House. }
Railroad Are. and Holly St., NEW WHATCOM, WASH. I
Horse Hardware Go *~~^~<
- : ; fc : : (INCORPORATED)
Wholesale and Retail.
Hardware, Rope, Coal Tar, Paints,
Oils and Fish Cannery Supplies.
lm torn Whatcom. Washington-
ARE YOU
Going to Fairhaven ?
See the Holiday Display of Shoes
Slippers Etc. Something to please
the old as well as the young ! *
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STOPATTHEFAIR-X SAVE YOU gHAVN SHOE STORE
=jb IOIET! J^- -' ■■■:■■
• If you have never been to our store, stop in the
next trip over to the Bay as we can save you mon
ey. We are endeavoring to show the people of
Whatcom and San Juan Counties something that
has been a long felt want, a genuine waterproof
shoe for Ladies and Gents.
The Fairhaven Shoe House,
MASON BLOCK, 12 Th. ST. AHD HARRIS ATE.
FAIRHAYEK, WASHINGTON.
J. K. WALSH, - - PROPRIETOR.
r. o. hill.
Lhib^^s^P^3bll at V 1 ■ 2sm^^B^s^i^^B^Br ': "'-■*'-■ ; -■' " ■'" '"- ■' "- ' ' '"■ -- - -'''■
ammunition.
j^^HiukfilCl3g^W .4 ETC -._«m^sss*
\£^jj^p/ Holly Street, Whatcom, Waslitagto.
iXPORT MILL CO.
fittHITO lASHII6TOI
.11 Kinds of Building and Boat Lumbar.
Feieiij, Finn's Pickets, IMBfles,lii.
rders Eeceived By Mail Will flare Our Prompt and Careful Att«os4oa
rhe Washington Market
EBBLPfI BEOa,, rupttotm*
nil mm lime, - v fiirtim. fuMiftn.
7resh, Smoked and Salt Meats.
Game, Fish.^tc*. in Season. . ;
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