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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 October 1902

The San Juan Islander O. II OI'LVIB, «dnoi. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DM vteresting Itcmt from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in Cor •irnsed Porm. The GrMt Northern has secured ter minal grounds at Victoria B. C. New York storks were badly pet back by the failure of the coal conference. Bishop Potter and Mrs. A. C. Clark were married at New York Saturday. The death list in the recent Japan Typhoon is etated to number 1,(500. American troops are reported to have completely routed Moros in Mindanao. John Whiteaker, first governor of the state of Oregon, is dead at the age of 82. It is officially stated that a Japanese loan of $25,000,000 is being floated in London. The Republican stat*» convention of Massachusetts nominated John L. Bates of Boston for governor. Count Lewenhaupt, Swedish-Norwe gian minister to Great Britain, former ly minister at Washington, has been relieved of his poet at his own request. Baron yon Bluli, min...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 October 1902

CASEY'S ORDERS FORBIDS TRANSPORTATION OF COLOMBIAN TROOPS. General Salazar Protests, Believing That the American Officer Is Violating Terms of Convention of ,sl<> Also Thinks Casey Has Misinterpreted His Instructions. Colon, Colombia, Oct. 6. —Under re cent orders issued by Admiral Casey, who is at Fanama on the battleship Wisconsin, no Colombian military of ficers or troops or ammunition will be allowed to be transported across the isthmus by rail unless by special per mission. This order ignores the pass es issued by the railroad company. Exchange at Barranquilla is rising by leaps and bounds. An American dollar is now worth $85 in Colombian paper currency. Panama, Oct. 6. —After the confer ence held last week by Gen. Salazar, governor of Panama, Col. Mader, of the Colombian forces on the isthmus, and Commander McLean, of the Unit ed States cruiser Cincinnati, no fur ther difficulties were feared, for it was believed that Gen. Salazar was satis fied that the landing of Ameri...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 October 1902

, San jfuan Inlander THE ISLAND£K CO.. I*ubll«li«Ti«. <>. H. CUI.VKR, Kdilor and Manager. Elntored at Hie postoffice In Friday Harbor as second claM mail matter. Subscription Trio*". - »l.r»o IVr Year rbe Official Paper ot San Juan Goonty. „ Clubbing Utt L. To nil |ab«criber9 paying one year in ranee (and arrears, if any) the follow ng named publications are offered,';to gether witli the is'.andku, at tho com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDKK and s«-!ittif Port-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $1.00 Seattle limes, weekly, .... 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist .... 1.60 Kern York Tribune Farmer - - - 1.80 New York Tribune Review - - - * ■ 1.80 New York Tribune, «ri-weckly, - - 2.10 Thrice-n-\Veek N. Y. World, - - - 200 Toledo Blade, ...... 1.60 Detroit Free Tress, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 S. i; lyxaminer, weekly, ... 2.50 S. P. Bulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, - - 2.15 St. Paul Pioneer Press, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star - - - 2.00 ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 October 1902

Local and personal Mrs. Moimett is visiting* friends in Fairbaven. W. K. Sutherland was in town on legal business Tuesday. (i. B. Driggs returned Tuesday from , business trip to .Seattle. Road Supervisor Eaton was over from Tort Stanley Tuesday. Kail and winter hats and trimming jjs,t received at Mrs. Firth's. 8-14 p ure California Port Wine $1.50 per -allon at Wold & Lightheart's. * ♦ Wold A Lightheart, wines and liquors, family trad.: a specialty. * A new and substantial sidewalk has uet .n built in front of the postpfltice building. *- — ■ \V. H. McCrary and daughter Gertie err in town from Roche Harbor the first, of the week. . , Dr. Wright went to Olga Tuesday to *cc IM'- Willis, who is quite ill at his homo uear Obstruction pass. Don't forget the Cushman meetings at East Sound, West Sound and Fri day Harbor next Tuesday and at Lopez Wednesday. School will close In district No. 2 tola week. The teacher, Miss Grace Boyce, Ins been engaged to teach in district No. 1. ♦ The La...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 October 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAP! XX Xl— Continued. At eleven that night, having received no official intimation of the intentions of the government as to my disposal, I went to bed. At twelve I was awakened from a pound sleep by a tremendous banging at the <loor. "Another suspicious cape, ■ergeant?" I asked, as I opened the door and recognized the othcial. "No; it's you I want thil time." "Me?" I replied, with an assumption of surprise. "Yes; have you not heard that you are to go to quarantine? I thought you j had been told. The boat has been , waiting, loaded with people, for the last hour for you." Remembering the advice of "my friend, the reporter, I made him put bin hand on my shoulder, and so make it an arrest in the eye* of the law. Then I collected my clothes, tobacco -md books, got soinu whiskey for the sergeant, and started for Woolloomoo loo, where the steam launch was await ing me. '"liood-by," said the sergeant as I stepped on board. "I'm sorry for you, but 'tisn't my fault." ...

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. — 9 October 1902

iVo //a/>? "My hair was falling out very fast »nd I was greatly alarmed. I then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling at once."— Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, O. The trouble is your hair does not have life enough. Act promptly. Save your hair. Feed it with Ayer*s Hair Vigor. IF the gray hairs are beginning to show^ Ayer's Hair Vigor will restore color every time. $1.00 a bottle. AH drnsxitU. If your dnig«ri«t cannot supply you, ■end us one dollar and %ye will express you a bottle. Re Bare and gir« the name of your nearest exprees o&cc. Address, J. C. AVER CO., Lowell, Maw. Friendly T<p. Homer —I don't know what on earth I am going to do with that boy of mine. He's the biggest liar in seven states. Nextdoor—Oh, don't tot that worry you; when he is a little older you can get him a J»>b in the government weath er bureau. —Chicago News. CITC Permanent!? Curea So tits or nerroDSDea rIJ O after first day* mrof T>r. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Send for Kit E...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 October 1902

MONEY IN LETTER BOXES. t»coi>le IVlio Try fn Vny Vo*tnno In Thnt Way. "Here are two pennies just turned In to the superintendent of delivery by one of the carriers," remarked an oiti cia! ef the Washington city Doetpflice a few days ago. "The amount of cash gathered iip by the collectors of mall Is really surprising. Hardly a day passes without a certain percentage of the coin of the realm finding its way to my desk through the medium of the street letter boxes. "it is liiird to believe, but hundred! of persona < v< ry day in the year drop unstamped ku ers in the box with pen nies to accompany then) to cover the postage, They think the money will lio just as \\.ll as stamps. But they are mistake!}. All such anatamped let ters, if there is no identifying mark on the envelope, ultimately land in the dead letter ( fflce. ••it often happens," added the postal official, "that coins placed in envelope* for transmission work their way through iii paper, in nine caaea out of ten, e...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 October 1902

Cbe Sail Jmn Islander VOL. XII. Big Reduction Sale! Beginning Saturday September 27. I will for $() Days give from 10 to 25 per cent Discount on 1 $5,000 WORTH » Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnish ings, Underwear, Hardware, Tinware I have too much stock and must reduce it. This Special Sale will bo for CASH only and Goods once purchased cannot be returned or exchanged. N. E. CHURCHILL Successor to TUX SAI* JUAM TRADING COHI'ANY Carter Will Have Something to Say Next Week 7~j^j^s Call and See y|ss?S^ Beautiful - Line -^SpsSL^; Ladies', Misses' m^HrT I Children's 4/1 M gapes ♦JS^CS!^ Coats I . II mi V bnd Ladies' LLiJw! Waists '*W /v \ \\ \ V^^^' Jitst liereived \f£ llf I 'VW/ MARTIN & J^Up^iy^ A JENSEN DRIGGB_&^RFER Have just added largely t£ thei* L*es of,.fiSX fioons? . Ani9' AND MEN'S UNDERWEAR, SHOES/ ETC. Customers will find the Assort ment Excellent and the Prices Lovr. Agents for.iiitlSO • CASSOS, Merchant Tailor*, «-«. Fit and WorkuutiMhlp of all Garment* Guara...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 October 1902

The San Juan Islander O. II lII.UK. Xdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. iNEWS 0J? THE i)AY interesting Items from Various Parts of the World —Resume of the Less Important Happening* of the Past Week in Or «knsed Form. Minnesota, North and South Dakota, report a considerable snowfall. A ti<lal wave has done a large amount of damage along the Guatemala coast. Congressman John L. Shepard, of Tcxa.-akana, died at Eureka Springs, Ark., after a long illness. Max Henry Fleischer died at Chicago Saturday as a result of an injury re ceived in a football game cix ye^irw ago. Editor J. W. Kelley, of the Btttte Inter-Mountain, shot and probably fatally wounde<l Dr. Coyley, a promi nent liutte man. The trouble arose over a woman. Cincinnati messenger boys are on a strike. President Kruger celebrated his sev enty-seventh birthday at Utrecht, Hol land, Friday. The transport Egbert has been Hold by the government to the Dollar Steam- Bhip company for $50,000. There were thirteen deaths on the transpo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 October 1902

STEWART NAMED ELECTED COMMANDER OF GRAND ARMY. He Was a Candidate For the Honor a Year Ago, But Wag Defeated By Torranoe— Commit* tee Scores Bureau Medical De partment. . • ; Washington, Oct. 11.—The encamp ment of the G. A. R. for 1902 has closed. San Francisco was chosen as the next pla:e of meeting, and the elec tion of officers was completed. Resolu tions were adopted by the encampment having in view liberal treatment of veterans in the matter of public offices and pensions. Washington, Oct. 10.— The Grand \rmy got down to business today, and the encampment of the order, besides hearing an address from Commander- In.Chief Torrance and reports from a number of officers and committees elect ed a new head for the ensuing year. The new oommander-in-chief for the G. A. R- is en- T- J- Stewart, of Penn sylvania, who was a candidate for the honor a year ago. His competitors at this election were Gen. John C. Black of Illinois, a former commissioner of pensions, and Col. John McElroy, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 October 1902

San 3uan Islander THE ISLANDKU CO., Publishers. O t : i. OULVF.R Editor ami Manager. Raftered at the postqtUce In Friday riarl» >r us second cJaRs mail matter. 3tilnqi;lpHon Trice, - »1.«O Per Year fu Official Paper ol San Joan County. _, Clubbing List . 'i\> nil subscribers paying: one year in advance- (aud arrears, if any) the, follow nj>' mated publications »re offered, to gether with th» ISLANDER, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDRK and Senttle Post-Ititc-nißencer, semi-weekly, $2.00 Seattle Times, weekly, ... - I.SO Northwest Horticulturist .... j.^o lfew York Tribune Kariner - - - 1.80 ■ New York Tribune Review - 1.80 Sew York Tribune, tri-weekly, - - 2.10 Thiico-a-\V'eck N. Y. World, ... 2.00 Toledo Blade, ..---- 1.60 Detroit Free Tress, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 S. K. K-xaniiner, weekly,. ... 2.50 S. P. Bulletin. Sunday edition, - - 200 Chicago IntiT-Oceun, weekly, - - 2 ; i5 St. l'.uil Pioneer Press, weekly, - - 2.00 Montreal Fatally Herald and Star. - • ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 October 1902

Local and personal U < M. X Noflnget was in town from Seattle this week. Fall and winter hats and tramming j.jut received at Firth's. 8-14 Pure California Port Wing $1.50 per iloii at Wold $ Lightheart's. * t> _—♦ Wold ft Lightheart, wines and liquors. j.-. im ilv trad*' a specialty. * Fred .Lightheurt and family moved Monday to thtir new hoii;p on Spring street. . 0. E. Hackett returned Tuesday from Anacortes and the Belljngl;aai bay pities. The Santa Jjanita Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Fowle Saturday af ternoon. Alvia Carter returned Monday from Pomona, California, after an absence of several mouths. Mrs. Fred Humbly has gone to the Methodist hospital in Seattle for medi cal treatment. Estyn and Bert Chalrners were over from West Sound Tuesday evening with the Hermosa party. The county commissioners will meet tomorrow to canvass the returns qf the recent road district elections. Win. Graham was over from jtiich ardson Tuesday to attend to some busi ness matter* and ta...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 October 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAPTER Xll—Continued. The day following this conversation I was sitting in my room, reading the morning paper, wlicn the old woman who did my cooking and bedmaking for me looked up from the pail Bhe waß scrubbing, preparatory to boiling some beef, and paid: "Do you know what they are saying down below, sir?" "No, Mrs. Keats; you don't mean to cay that they have at last found some thing to talK about?" "Yes, and it's you, Bir." I knew well what was coming, but professed ignorance. "They cay as how that man Warren has sworn to murder you, and they would not be in your boots for some thing." "Really! But he's leg-ironed." "My man says that'e nothing to a man like him; he'll find a file on board and get them Chinamen to help him file it through. But see, sir, here's the boatman with his arm in a sling. I hope nothing's happened." "Why, John," I exclaimed as the big fellow presented himself at the door, "what's the matter?" "Sprained my arm, sir, I think; but would you...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 October 1902

My Lungs "An attack of la grippe left me with a bad cough. My friends said I had consumption. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly." A. K. Randies, Nokomis, 111. You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on, so you let it run along. Even now, with all your hard coughing, it will not disappoint you. There's a record of sixty years to fall back on. Three §i£M: 25c., enoußh for an ordinary cold; 50c., Just right for broachltla, hoarse nest, hard colds, etc.; fl, most economical for chronic cases and to keep on hand. J. C. AYEK CO., Lowell, Mam. Tij GUMS wMtft All tLSfc KuL |3i 9 Best Cough Syrup. Tontea Good. Vm M PSI In time. Sold by drugging. Kf_ Too Extravagant. "No, sir/!" roared the stern father, "you may own horses and lands, and automobiles, but you can't marry my daughter." "Why not?" "Young man, you've got the Pana ma bat habit; that's why." — Newark News. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Mus...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 October 1902

iWM^QfI&PEN A FARM WATER SUPPLY. X Small Spring Mndc Vrry I'acfnl In Crop I'rudnrtlon. The ripening iip of springs is often a* rcry ■fltisf.actorjr means of obtaining a farm stipply of Irrigation water. Their development sometimes consists in the excavation of i reservoir in ■ piece of springy or lharshy ground or in laying underdrnlnS to take their t'-^w and connecting uiem with a more: conven ient rcsbrvolr site at a distance. Some times a Sprang whose flow cannot be recovered • from the area of boggy ground beion it can be opened up and BOGHOtX BKI.OW A HIIiLSIufc Kl'ltlNG. \ Its waters readily directed to a single , channel or to a pipe leading to ■ resets l voir (sec the cuts). Professor Wickson.l of California la writing of field and garden irrigation tells how by this ' means waste land Which is both use- i less and treacherous is reclaimed and made productive, while at the name time the waste water which destroyed it is utilized to make other lands more productive. Profe...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 October 1902

Ox San Juan Islander. VOL. XII. Big Reduction Sale! Beginning flatorday September 27, I will for 30 Days give from 10 to 25 per cent Discount on I $5,000 WORTH » Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnish ings, Underwear, Hardware, Tinware I have too much stock and must reduce it. This Special Sale will he for CASH only and Goods onco purchased cannot he returned or exchanged. N. E. CHURCHILL Successor to THB SAN .TUAX TRADING COMPANY Ol^nivGXS Paints and Oils.. I want yon to know that my Fall Stock of Blankets is here and a Full Line of Men's Heavy High-top Shoes. My Grocery Line is always complete. Plenty of Grass Seed, all kinds, on hand and a full lino of Paints and Oils* L. B. CARTER ~~5»p»r Call and See Beautiful - Line ,-2-?S§sw Ladies', Misses' W^li 1 Children's 1 J SIS IF i Capes J^CS—* Coats Jjjj Jo Waists Li JJW Waists rC<J7 /§ X V \ V^«V*? J u*t Received {// I \ MgC/ MARTIN & * JENSEN DRjGGSjyJRFEg Have just added largely to their Lines of DRY mnnc , miFS' AND MEN'...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 October 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. ni.TIR, Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. i\EWS OF THE i>AY interesting Items From Various Parts of IN World — Resume of the Less Important Happening* of the Past Vsek in Cor 4eiue4 Form. Lord Charles Beresforu nas Deen pro moted to be a vice admiral. Lieut. Col. Chatter Porter, United States army, retired died here. The Bpnftith Cabinet has agreed to the renewal of the literary copyright treaty between the United States and Spain. The evening sessions of the Chicago public HclionU have opened for the win ter term. The official enrollment of pupils is 7,192. The registration in Chicago Tuesday was 164,246. On October 4 the registra tion was 17r>,003, making the total for this year 889,888, a decrease of 62,064 as compared with the registered vote of two years go. During an exciting scene in the house of commons, Premier Balfour moved the suspension of John O'Ponnell, and the 'latter Grossed the floor. stood in front of Mr. Bftlfoor, shouted defiance, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 October 1902

FIFTY KILLED MA D MULLAH ATTACKS A BRIT ISH COLUMN. Colo"*" 1 Swayne and His Forces Compelled to Retreat With a Loss ot Over Fifty Killed and a Hundred "Wounded --- Situation Xow Serious. London, Oct. 20.—The foreign office big issued an undated dispatch from Col. Swayne, commanding one of the mlamn! of British forces operating •gainst the Mad Mullah in Somaliland. file dispatch was forwarded through tin 1 British vice consul at Berbora, Som ililand. The British forces engaged were composed entirely of native troops and levies. Col. Swayne says: "Mv focce reached Erego this morn inc. 'When about one day's march north of Mudug it was attacked in the t li,k bush. Two advances were made, and the enemy was beaten back in the morning- Their losses were heavy, and w e captured 100 rifles. Our force then plOMedM to collcet animals for trans portation purposes and to join the de tachment at Stockade camp. In the afternoon a reconnaissance was made, and after sharp fighting the enemy wai aga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 October 1902

San 7uan Islander TIIK ISI.AM>i:iJ CO., PublUherii. O. It, CUr.VKR..... Kditor and Mnnager. tin tor ed :il the postqffi.ee in Friday Harbor .- aocond cln.is 1.1: 1 mutter. Suliitcrlptiob Pi ii«-, - »i.r. Per \t ue Tib Official Paper ot Sao Juan County. T i : RSDAY, OCTOBKK 2.5. 10CKJ ICI. II III.X AN ivl.T '<' : JumUo of Supreme Court—Hirara 1 < \Y. CaihtQßti, \ l !. Humphrey. I', r Joint .Senator—Cyrim i". (ilapp. ■K. r Kt-1 1»-• si nt;iiivc — in. H. Thatker : i'r Aii.litor—F. 1:. Kirby. V r Trba«uter~C. M. Pucker. I -a-Slirriir- -\V. H. M rary. !■'< r Pro* 1 .1! Attorney— H. S. Kinp. V >r (.'lork —L. C. Larson. F r Assessor— W. .1. Court. For School Supt.— Mrs. c. B. Buxton. F< r snrv or v. r. Vaughn. For CoroTier —Dr. < leo. s. Wright. Vi r Wreckuiaater— Wallace Boltoo. For imHiiHsiouera — First District—l«aac Sand with. Third hisiricl— Win. Graham.; fBB COUKT '• ilsi; QCKSTIOII ~l' it is reported that a few persona who tire opposed to 'lie building of a new ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 October 1902

[ Local and personal ; :;l i,l winter hats and trimming „.,v i \, 1 at Mrs. Firth's. s-u 1 pure California s Port Wine $1.50 per gallon tit Wold & Ligb'tbeartfa. * + Wold & Liglithcart, wines and liquors, l-'ajuily traile a specialty. • * 4 ure in the .Etim, "the leading fin } a mice company of America."— O. II culver, resident agent. * —4 .;^v, Martin & Jensen say those cloaks are ooi'.ig 1,- and that ladies who have not yet purchased and intend doing &o will do well to call early. ♦ • t ; The Ladies Guild me I Tuesday with Mrs. ./ ._.i i 111:111. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Wold's. As will be noticed by a display ad emetit in another column a num ber oi Edismi kiuetoscope entertain incnta will soon be given in the county i *z — r The weather i«< getting cooler ami r, mindful of the comfort of bis , hits has thoughtfully laid in a go lly supply of Wan ken. See his ad. LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES Biographic*! Sk«tche» of Hon. W. H. Hi acker und Hun. V. V. Cla...

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