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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 October 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAPTER Xlll—Continued. Of what I said or what I did I have no memory, beyond staggering back off the hotly of Warren and ntammering: "You! you! Is it you who have tried to save me?" Then I remember her tnkin^ hold of my arm and shaking me, and paying: "Never mind me. Never mini who it is; don't you see you have released him? He'll murder you yet if you don't mind." Hnd Miss Milne rieen from the ground or fallen from the ikies, had she de scended in a chariot of fire, or fash ioned he'Felf out of the fumes of hell, I could not have heen more utterly awe ptrifken. With an anrgy fitamj) of hei foot and another shake, she repeated, "See. see! he is on his feet!" Bat move I cnuld not, or perhaps would not, for what little sense I had protected against Hie restored by her. Warren now, for all I cared, might work his will with me. But she did not think so. Her quick eyes had Been him stoop to untie, or cut, perhapn, the string that held his legs. With a mad rush, into wh...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 October 1902

CONGRESSMAN WILBER SAYS (To The Pe-ru-n. Medicine Co., of Columbus, o.) "Pe=ru=na is All You Claim for It." Congressman D. F. Wilber, of Oneorrta, "N. V.. writes: The Peruna Medicine Gu., Columbus, Ohio: Uentlemen— "Persuaded by a friend I have tried your remedy and I have almost fully recovered after the use of a few bottles. I am fully convinced that I eauna is ail you claim for it, and I cheerfully recommend your medicine to all who are afflicted with catarrhal trouble."—David F. Wilber. l'e-ru-K* * Pr«vtMillv<'*nritCurer»r Colds Mr. C. F. Given, Sunsex, N. P., vice president of the Pastime boating club, write?: "Whenever the cold weather sets in I have tor years past been very sure to catch a severe cold which was hard to throw off, and which would leave after effects on my constitution the most of the winter. "Last winter I wa« advised to try Peruna, ami within five days the cold was broken up and in "five days more I VM a well man. I recommended it to MTCfal <>f my fr...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 October 1902

Orcao XeUnd > KAST HOUND Mlsh Grace Philip vu a guesl at her father's hotnea few 1 days last \\.< k. L. i». P. Colliiiß, of Whatoom, !• spend ing a few days hen trying hi* luck with ■ (in-. Kill : has re-entered Wilson's Hnsinoßs"colletlo •■< Seattle, expecting to complete his course th«re this winter. Mr, Loop, principal of the public school, and vl - Boydr.hls aHsistant^penl 1; *t w nk in A batcom attending n in ~; itnte. Goo. A. I,";.;. rii and R. W. Purdy, of Wh.it Kpiiiit three days hunting here this week, returning' Monday after hav ingl h M in..' sport. A number of East Sound people went to West Hound Tuesday to hear Mr, Cuslniian speak there. They were so de lighted with hi« linn speech, here in the morning thai they followed him to enjoy 'in- pleasure again." The people of East mud were delighted v,ith the music l'liriiished by the West Sound band. i rery few placwa many times the site of >YeM .Sound can claim so creditable a band and the people of Orcas inland,...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 October 1902

Cbe San Juan Islander. VOL. XII. Big Reduction Sale! Beginning Saturday September 27, I will for $0 Days give from 10 to 25 per cent Discount on Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnish ings, Underwear, Hardware, Tinware 1 have too much stock and must reduce it. This Special Sale will he for CASH only and Goods once purchased cannot be returned or exchanged. N. E. CHURCHILL Successor to TiiK SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY T H • . ! OilUcoj VJuUUcilcJo Bl 1 , JL^ Shoes, Groceries I^FIK©XS Paints and Oils.. I want you to know that my Fall Stock of Blankets is here and a Full Lino of Men's Heavy High-top.. Shoes* My Grooory Lino la always complete. Plenty of Grass Seed!, all kinds, on hand and a full line of Paints and Oils. L. B. CARTER """^^7"" I Call and See Beautiful - Line Ladies', Misses' I^SP^W^sl Children's til if I '.i V^CtJ^tJvS Coats I ] II \\ and Ladies' Ll JJm Waists C^^ /u\ \' >W \/^^*^) Just Received \tZ. / I 1 'V^/ MARTIN & JENSEN G. B. DRIGGS (Successor to Driggs &am...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 October 1902

The San Juan Islander <>. 11. Ct7l.ro, Kdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE i)XY interesting Items from Various Parts of (Jk World—Resume of the Less Important Happening* of the Pajt V'.-ck in Cop <i>nsed Form. Brunswick, (ia., is suffering from floods. The Chicago market is said to be very phort of good work horses. It is claimed 100.000 are needed. A rockilide is reported from Djrea, completely burying all remains of the famous Sheep Camp, Chilkoot Ttrail. For some time past (uTinnay lias not had a military attache at her Washing ton embassy. It has been decided to 1111 thiH post. The Indianapolis Grand Jwry which has been investigating the grave rob bing peases, has brought in 25 indict ments, five against physicians. It is officially announced that Colon ial Secretary Chamberlain has decided personally to visit South Africa and ex amine on the spot the problem! pre p9|Uol by the termination of the war. Pope Leo paid half a million for the library of Prince Barberi...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 October 1902

BRIGHT OUTLOOK GEOLOGICAL SURVEY REPORT FOR YEAR 1901 •Chronicles New and Important Dis coveries in Washington and Alaska— Nickel and Precious Stones —Great Increase in Wash ington Coke Output. Washington, Oct. 27.—C0a1, coke, iron, marble, gold, silver and precious stones were the significant features of mineral production in Washington and Alaska last year. This is shown by the resume of the year's work throughout the United States, as prepared by the geological survey. The remaikable and significant fact about the mining operations carried on in Washintgon and Alaska in 1901 was not the vastness of the output, but the importance of the new discoveries and the bright promise afforded by the latest prospecting and developing pro jects. For example, the iron and steel industry in Washington apparently has a bright future, and precious stones have been discovered in Alaska. The coal output in Washintgon is growing steadily. So is the marble industry. Splendid coke is produced, and th...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 October 1902

$an 3uan lender Tin: ISUANDKK CO.. Publisher •. O. II CUI.VKR, Editor <and Manager. Entc oil at the postofflce in Krid.iy llurlK/.-as secondelsiis nuiil matter. Su'>-<ri|»»loH Prioe, - 51.50 Per. Year Tee O-lcial Paper ol San Juan County. ; TH JIISDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1903 KKI'l BUI AN TKhKT For rustic of Supreme Court —Hirs.ni B H .ley. V Congress— Francis W. Coshmsn, v it, Jon -. >. ill I". Humphrt] . For oinl Senator us P. Clapp. S"(i tepresentative—Win. 11/Thapkor For Auditor—F. E. Ivirby. Kor Treasurer—C. M. Tucker. l\.i- Sheriff—W. 11. McOrary. Voy Prosecuting Attorney—H. S. King. For llerk— li. <'. Larson. Fur Assessor—\\\ .1. Court. ]-\u- School Snpt.— C. U. Buxtdn. ForSurvpyor—A. P. Vaughn. Vov •• oroner Dr. Qeo. S. Wright. For SVreekmasVer—Wallace Boltoo. - For CoiiiHilssioners — Firs! District— Iwiiic Sand with. Till I District- Win. iOnihatn. Dili ( IIIi:i COUNTY ISSUB Tii" attention of the voters of the county is particularly directed to the •'open letter" pu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 October 1902

MR. GRADGRIND [Original.] I nri a tutor iv an obscure college. I have been a tutor for twenty years, al ways having before me the hope of be coming professor, a hope which has been perpetually deferred. My family has meanwhile been increasing, though my salary has remained the same. I bad given up any idea of change in my life when one morning the president gent fur me and told me that Professor S., lecturer, on chemistry, was to take a vacation and I had been selected to give lectures in bis department until his return. I left the laboratory in which I instructed beginners and de voted myself to my new temporary du ties. I luring my lecture the door opened und a gentleman walked in on tiptoe, took a srat in the row of chairs fur thest from me :iud listenod'iniently tc what I was saying. As 1 have never known any one except the students tc attend my lectures, I was greatly sur prised. However, I retained my equa irniity, stimulated by the presence of the Itranger, and flattered myse...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 October 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAP! EB XV—Continued. In a moment I had rushed back for the hidden roj>e. How I went up, and down that cliff, is even now a mystery. I remember nothing but, on my return, peeing Warren with a rope between his teeth, swimming back from the yacht like a gieantic Newfoundland d( g, his hair matted over his brrw and his etrong arm breaking the waves before him up to the edge of the rock. He rested to take breath for one moment, and then, telling me to bold on to the end, he directed them how to fix the lady. Soon, more dead than alive, we had her ashore and rolled in the dry clothing that Mrs. Warren had taken from herself and brought down. Then came the old gentleman, bruised and cut, but otherwise uninjured, and final ly the two sailors. They were just in time, for within ten minutes the yacht went to pieces, to be washed up the fol lowing morning onto Manly beach. "Wheie are we? Where are we?" anxiously inquired the old gentleman. "Where are we?" again inquired ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 October 1902

GOVERNOR OF OREGON Uses Pe-ru-na For Colds CAPITOL BUILDING, SALEM, OREGON. A Letter From the Executive Office of Oregon. Peruna is known from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Letters of congratula tion and commendation testifying to the merits ol Fe-ru-na as a catarrh remedy are pouring in from every state in the union. Dr. Hartman is receiv ing hundreds of such letters daily. All classes write these letters, from the highest to the lowest. The outdoor laborer, the indoor arti san, the clerk, the editor, the states man, the preacher—all agree that Pe ru-na is tne catarrh remedy of the age. The stage and rostrum, recognizing ca tarrli as their greatest enemy, are es pecially enthusiastic in their praise and testimony. Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh. Catarrh is well nigh universal; almost omnipresent. Pe-ru-na is the only ab solute safeguard known. A cold is the beginning of catarrh. To prevent colds, to cure colds, is to cheat catrarh out of its vic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 October 1902

Local *nd personal j Frank Mullis has been spending the past week in Seattle. I*. N. Christiansen spent Sunday with Ins family here. ♦ Fall and winter hats and trimming just received at Mrs. Firth's. -l 4 —4 Pure California Port Wine ll«50 per gall mi at Wold & Lightueart'a.' * Wold it Lighfheart, wines and liquors. Family trade ■ Bpecwlty. M 8. firm ('. 'Ji.nld and little son aiv viMiinj; Mr. ;tml Mis. J. A. Qoilld in (Seattle. f- — ._, There is pome talk of organising a, baud hero. Tho idea in a good one and ought to bear fruit. ♦ Insure in the .Etna, Mthe leading fire insurance company of America."—O. 11. Culver, resident agent. * Vincent McCrary, of Roche Harbor, '•> associated with Dr. (.'apron in the purchase nt the Sand with propel Mr*, (iio. M. Norria left for her home In lowa Monday after a visit of MX months witli her sister, Mrs. F. A. Simpson V.. \\. Dwyer r a leading commission luercliant of Whatcoiu, was In town this week. Note the linn's advertise ment in this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 November 1902

JpMf^ VOL. XII. * ——-—, , ____ — _____ * ——. I Js,^inn?n<r Saturday September 2.7, I will for .30 Days I ive from 10 to 25 per cent Discount on C " ■ J mmmmmmm I Dry ( Goods, Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnish s ings, Underwear/ Hardware, Tinware £ I have too much stock and must reduce it. This i \ Special Bale will he for CASH only and Goods once j r purchased cannot be returned or exchanged. ! I N. E. GHURCHIJ.L Successor to THE SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY t« , ' # • • , mm ■ ' / Trii"w""n—""" ■■'f*■■*'■»»'"■"•■"■ '■'■ —■«' —« ■■' '' ■■ ■■"■■ ■■■■ ■■■"■ Oio,Ol\:@LS ; ! Paints Groceries SCini'VUlo ■ Paints and Oils.. - |ii '- ■ ...--■. ;i~ i 1,... i. ~". .. ... .■ ■ I want yon to know that ,my. Fall Stock of Blankets is here and a Full Line of Men's Jleavy High-top Shoes. My , Gl*OD3S*y Una is, .always complete. Plenty, of Grass Seed? all kinds/on hand and a full/ line of Paints and Otis. n /-f \ .. L. B. CARTER mm ii— iiim—mii—iww aim »n him nimi ■■ ■!!■■! iiit-^^—' ' —~——.■ ♦HHf^ »»♦...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 November 1902

The San Juan Islander O. 11. (II.VIR, Xdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS Of THE -gift Interesting Items from Various Parts of Uw World—Resume of the Less Important Happening* of the Past Week in Cm* 4rnscd Form. Count L«'O Tolstoi is again reported seriously ill. Alfred B. Jewap, of New York, now head of the testing laboratory in the supervising architect's office of the treasury department, has accepted the position of chief assayer <>f the Chinese mint at Tientsin, China. K. O, Weeks, president of the Aetna Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn., is dead. The plant, of the American Malting Company, Chicago, was damgaed $100, --000 by tire. The kintf <>f Siani whose son is now here, willjvisit the United,State*prob ably in January. Tin' postoffioe at Reedtburg, Win.. was robbed of $1,600 in cash besides registered letters and stamps. The engagement la announced of Miss Marion Jones, daughter of Senator John I*. Jones, of Nevada, to Robert Far* qnbar, of Boston. Burglars co...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 November 1902

THE WASHINGTON NE \v cruiser to be best in the WORLD. Excel* All Others in Battery Power, Protection, and General Effect iveness—Brief Description of the War Vessel for Which Bids Will Soon Be Opened. Washintgon, Nov. 3.—The armored cruiser Washington, bids for the con struction of which will be opened Jan uary <>, will be a-mong the most power ful righting machines afloat. The official description shows the following dimen sions: Length on load water line, 502 feet: extreme breadth on load water line 73 feet displacement on trial, 14,500 tons: mean draught on trial, 25 feet; at max imum load, 27 feet; total bunker capacity, 2,000 tons; steaming radius a t cruising speed, 10 knots, 6,500 knots; at full speed, 22 knots per hour, 3 ( l00 knots; maximum indicated horse power, estimated, 23,000. The appropriation for hull and machinery is $4,659,000. The draught of the Washington is limited by the depth of the harbors of this country, this being the feature of all battleships of o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 November 1902

San Juan Islander Tin isi..\m>; i: CO., r:il<ll8li(TR. o. /I. Ci'I.VEK, Kdilor ..:'«! Manager. I-:,,;,. „] at tin- in -r.iiiic' In Frii.ay II u-lvn- i- -•■ torn! •■',:\-r. .nail liiatter, Aa'Mcr! >ii<.n Wrlm; - »l.jn I'erVow^ Tlie 0 icial Paper of San Juan County, j «— _ Ctubfrlna M3t ,- | To nil subscribers giving .0110 year in ;i lv •:■«•:> (and arrears'. If any !li>- follow »'.;j 11:1 nil publication** are offered, to gether with the IS FiAN IH'.lv, fit Iho pom- ' binal.. i prices quoted, viz.: . : i IKDER nod Seattle Post-Intclligcncer, stf'nii-rwkly, f 2.00 : Seattle .'inns, weekly, .... i.so . Northn st Horticulturist - - - • 1.60 j Kcw Y. Rfc Tribune Farmer - • - I,Bo] New Yo-k "tribune Kt-vicw - - - i.Sol N:w York Tribune, 'iv- .'.v. - -. 2.10 , Thruvi.-Weik S, V. World, - - - 2.00 j toll ■ Made, ------ 1.60 | l)etr;)it. Hrt-e I'- m semi-weekly, - - M" i S. !•'. ! ..amiiier, weekly, ... 2.50 , S. P. it lletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chieigb"lutc*M)c«iii, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 November 1902

I Local <*nd personal j! il. Matliesius was in town from Orcas Monday. ;;, ■f ' />-. ;; |.-.,i;<v Chiiiaw are and Plated ware at > , wif'a. U-U — f—— . ' ; Tii'- ■■ lii-V (.Juilti Tuesday with i Mrs. Muilis. :;. v" . . • pure California Part W'"^ *l.o() per .rallon at Wold & Lighttu-art's. • ——♦— —' Wold A Li;, rhtheart, wj and jjqtiofs: ■ Family trade a specialty. * .- ►__ The Rebejtah lodge will ft ball mid oyster supper.Thanksgiving evenj „ i tihi closing out my entire stock of Isiil :l! id Winter Millinery at cost. —l Mid. J. W. Firth. . 11-(j • -j —_$.—_ i ■ Mis. Frank Denpjsoii and children ;,rc visiting her ( sister, Mrs. Wm. j Muurb, oil James island, B. C. ♦ Patrick Welch and family went to Victoria Sunday via fejiduey, Mr j Welch returning Tuesday in time to vole. » Are you looking for a Wedding or Birthday present? Will Fowle last week paid freight OH lour tons of hpli day goods. 11-6 ♦ Mrs. A. J. Baker, of Arlington, has been spending a lew days visiting ...

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

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAPTER XVl—Continued. The first part of the above speech I hardly heard, for I was watching in tently for Edith, but when she ut tered her terrible prophecy, I turned sharply round, and seeing close to me the white face of her, with a shadow of scorn and triumphant wickedness, I asked in no very peace l.egettinß accents, what she meant, what she dare insinuate. "I dare anything," she replied, as she drew herself to her full height. "As for knowing—but look, there poes Miss Pelham —now I'll tell you what I knftw. If they have only ten minutes rough weather they will go under. I know that." "How do you know that?" "Because the boat is rotten." "How do you know the boat is rot ten?" "We thought at one time of send ing Warren away in her and a friend of mine examined her and found her to be rotten." "Then how dare Warren " "I did not say Warren examined her: he knows nothing about it." While this heated conversation was going on, we were, as I said, standing on a l^dg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 November 1902

i§cience Invention For years the fertile soil of France has been cultivated mainly with the aid .f cows and oxen instead of horses. Sow, however, in consequence of the introduction of American agricultural machinery, horses are rapidly coming iuto use on French farms, and, as in the case of the machinery, America is called upon to supply the larger part of the demand. American horses are also purchased in large numbers for the French army. One of the most remarkable and in teresting products of German chemistry is the cubic inch of radium lately pre pared for Prof. Curie. It cost $2,000 and requited the use of several tons of barium salts. It shines like a lamp. also exciting phosphorescence in other materials like zinc sulphide. So ener getic is this action that a small particle lights up a mass of zinc sulphide a thou sand times as large, and this phos phorescence continues a considerable time after removal of the radium. The terror of cattle, dogs and wild an imals before the eru...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 November 1902

£ Lopez Xelattd RICH 1RDSO!( Prank Heps has bpeii quite ill for the I past two weeks. Mrs. James Bnchnhan went to Seattle Thursday ful a pleasure trip. A. D. Davis"is; homo again from Aim corti's, where he has been employed by ! the N. A. Ft *\>. N. I. Hodgson i."i sending a sri,-.\ load of hay Hiid LTllill (q \\ ii.tfcoin by i!:( M'- I HILT H ■'",,)!•. Mi-, Cora *>taiidley is home again after I spending h eouji'.c of months in southern Orc^oii. visitinjf relatives. Halloween was duly celebrated by the younger element. The older ones took thefr turn picking up «ate.v. plow's^ fences, etc., in xi morning. The slrtiiiii'i' 1 lector brought a scow ]').id of lumber, brick, etc., for our new school house Saturday. Mr. Hurt, the ' 'contractor, is Irmfng no time and. we ox peel to have a fine new building' Soon! The Lit dies' of the MitAcat^eesj !';(•.•. View Hive So, 58, will give a bazaar and | ii ■•:.•». at Woodmen hall November £$.' I Here's your chance to buy Clirlftuioi ii' ■-'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 November 1902

Che ban juan Islander. VOL. XII. Big Reduction Sale! BeinniuJ^ turday 27, I will for 30 Days give from 10 to 25 per cent Discount on I $5,000 WORTH » Dry Goods, Boots t and Slopes, Men's Furnish ings, Underwear, Hardware, Tinware I haye too much stock and must reduce it. This Special Sale will be for CASH only and Goods once purchased cannot be returned or exchanged. NiEi CHURCHILL Successor to THE MAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY |T*% I -1 • JL^ Shoes, Groceries Ol9iriK©LS Paints and Oils.. __ j. 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 GroDDry Liriß is always complete. Plenty of Grass Seed? all kinds, on hand and a full line of Paints and Oils. , j» L. B. CARTER —T^^aap^i * 'I Call and See imgM Beautiful - Line JSSpSU^ Ladies', Misses' '^fflP^ffilr ■ - Children's •I mh Capes p-Cyi Coats •I 1\ V allci Hiadies' /] l\ Waists rl ■ %\ waists 'Cj? Jo \'? \ \^^*^% J"u«t Received \ff ri If \ '^iv!/ MARTIN & : JENSEN F^...

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