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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1903

San jfuan Islander THK ISL.ANDEK CO.. Publishers. a H. CULVKR, Kditor and Manager. Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor us second class mall matter. SnWriptiou l'rir,.. - 51.,0 IT.- Year the Official Paper ol San Juan County. ~ THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1903. FA KM KKS' IN«VITI'TK (Continued from First p*ge> The lecture was In the main a rapid tails explanatory of Hie illustrations and was full of interest throughout. Tabcrctllotll i»n<i stock In»p«ctlon Friday morning Dr. Nelson delivered a very Interesting and Instructive lec ture upon tuberculosis, to which he has evidently given much study. He gave some figures showing that the deaths from tuberculosis in some, states constitute a very large percentage of the deaths from all causes and showed to what an alarming, extent this had become the case in California since the southern part of that state has been so widely advertised as a great sanitarium for consumptives and, people with weak lungs. To what an extent Con sumption i...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1903

Ice in plenty at Fowled. ' ♦ —— »:■; . u larters for Fireworks at FoWle's -5 pieces Bamboo Furniture at Fowle's yeWv eW potatoes are hi the local mar '; . _♦— Gene C Gould is spending the week iD Seattle and Everett. Twpnty-four styles of Trunks will 'ar rive in a few days atFowle's. paw California Port Wine $1.50 per gallon at Wold & Ljghtheart's. ' * Bupper for the Fourth of July ball wi! ] be served at the tourist hotel. p or Sale—Milch cow and two heifer 'c»lves.-Cen I.iclitenberg, Lopez. 6-11 . Mr. and Mrs. George Dightman re turned from Port Townaend Monday. For Mowing machine and binder both in first-class condition.— Law wn,Sr. 6-11 Mi« 3 Ruby Ross and Miss Lettie Car ter returned Monday from a visit in Port Tow nsend. 1 Mrs. 0. H. Culver and children are visiting Mr. Culver's parent* at Alder brook farm, near Dae Bay. *r, X • • Five cows and heifers for sale. Good stock.—Robt. Caines, Argyle, Wash. ♦— Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Harper, of Roche Harbor, spent Sunday and part »f ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1903

NLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER IV. Had it been possible lor Winifred to p,,,.'.. Enrol Hastings' real feelings she „ , ,11 have been forced to confess how greatly she had misjudged him. He was for the first time in his life unreasonably, bewildering!?, in love, and his judgment was „• ar with his passion, Reflection did not help him, either. ■•! have heard," ho thought, "of men counting the world well lost for a wom an's sake, but I never realized Che feel- Ing until bow. Now 1 feel that I would give $11 1 possess if 1 <•-. ill raise her to my position; or sink to hers. Shells only a bright, charming child yet, but what divine womanhood she will grow into v. i,. ii she begins to love. I cannot Imag ine any greater happiness than to look Into the depths of those beautiful eyes, and read there, 'I love you,' or to take those little, slender hands in mine, an I hear the confession from her lips. But 1 could not trust myself to stay here and ■ec her often; silence would be impossi ...

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. — 25 June 1903

7>nni"»>' "Mfldinp:. put into a be^l the yolks of seven , „s five ounces of sugar and a gill Scream: whisk this for ten minutes °4 a V ery slow fire, not allowing It ° boil at all. Then add a little less than an ounce of pulverized gelatine dissolved in two tablespoonfuls of wa ter Idd the whites of the eggs, ,sti..y pipped, the juice of one large or two .mall lemons, pour into a deep dish and sot in the Ice cave for two hours O r longer. When unmolded - for serv ing surround with a border of whipped cream which has been tinted a light pre ' e n with some vegetable coloring,- The Epicure. rre «M t .nt Loubet has recognized -the t tint France is an African power .vvisit'ing Algeria. This African pos ;ron s is not merely a colony, for It represented in the French parlia nt as are the various department! "} th e'mother country. It has a popu t<,,n of four and a half millions, more * t]ll '. e e hundred thousand of whom " Frenchmen. Through it the Jrench hope to dominate northe...

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. — 25 June 1903

Lopez Island i.ori:/. Mrs. Buckley, of Argyle, i* flatting her daughter, Mrs. Ben Llebteoberg. Week* Hros. took a picnic party to Agate beach Sunday in their launch. Mr*. Pierce, who has been at Dr. Mic pott's for some time, has returned to Whatcom. M,-. ;u ,,l Mr*. Wheeler, from California. are vrsiUnar at the home ol Mr. aodlfra! Al ESastman. Mr. Bchofleld, who has beet] staying with his nister, Mrs. Jas. Culp, l«ll tor liis home in Minn.- >ii last Thursday. The ice cream social given by the Ladies' Aid s.mh ty Friday evening was well at tended. ThereoeipU were a litt c over f;i. There Will boa lawn social and concert given by the Ladle*' Guild and the Glee Club at (he homo .of .Mrs. Snyder, on Fisherman'!* bay, Tuesday evening, June 30. i ream and rake will bo "erred. Admission t<> concert 10 cents, Every body is cordially invited. UK II IRDMOM Win. Wilson is ill. Farmers In this vicinity Iwjve com menced haj ii ii. Mrs. I. Schroder is very lo,w at her home near Mud bay....

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1903

Ck Ban Juan Islander VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any codt I Want Your Wool; Will pay Highest Market . Prices. . ' N. E. CHURCHILL ' ' ' largest Store in San Juan County. ►+♦+♦+» m M H ♦ M ♦ »■♦ M ♦ ♦+• ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ M ♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦ V '♦♦♦♦♦ 4 What You Pay For a thing is important, but what you get in return for your money is te"h times more im portant. In all lines of merchandise the best costs more than the poorest. We don't keep * the poorest, but we keep the Best at the Lowest Prices* > Loader in Dry Goods, Clothing, O A IF"M CF" l\l Shoos mid Furnishings \T , r\m V EL I>l W L» I^l Tea and Coffee We can sell you as nice a tea as most people care to drink for 45c a pound. If you want some thing fancy we have it at 60c. We have coffee from 15c to 40c and can surely suit both your taste and your pocket book. G. B. Drlggs CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough and Dressed "liOYFS I «*%■ ■ i Hl^l I—C? I FRUIT BOXES or a kind. .I SHINGLES » *i>^ """" ...

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. — 2 July 1903

The San Juan Islander O. II Hl'. IX. Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. SEWS OF THE DAY Brief Summary of lies* Important Though not th« Ii«»« Interesting, Happentng* of the Week, Prom All Part* of the World. I'ilot boat Pathfinder was nearly hit by I ball from the IVesidiu. Yale l"Ht tb* annual commewceinei game to Harvard by a Boors of 4 to 1. 1 lie New York rtock exchange is go ing to make it hot for get-rich-qaics schemes. The ancient gonboal Monocacy, of Spanish war fame, has been condemned and will Im* Id. A tornado at Pnlliver, Wright coon ty, lowa did much damage. Buildings were destroyed, !>ot DO liven were lost. Americana at Cbihoahoa have pro tected againal Connol Mill* at that place. Tbej sny «lu*y are tired oi him. The Vatican ban been reqn«»eted to loan tli** st. Louis exposition all of the dornments and maps in ih«- Vatican library pertaining to tb« discovery of America. l-Oriner AM^intant PoHtinanter (iener.il Perry S. Heath denicn that he has transferred any of his prope...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1903

ORIENTAL TRADE EDITOR OF FOREIQN BULLETINS TALKS. James C Monaghan, Just Ap pointed to Important Place in the »w Bureau of Commerce, K.nthusiastic Over Prospects of Kich and Growing Markets. g| Paul, June 29.—Seattle's inter- P .tß in the transpacific trade with the ' j.-. i?t an d in the development of the lited East and West transcontinental lac over the Northern routes may ex jet the most valuable assistance from IdPies C. Monaghan, whom Secre tar'v Yortelyou has just named as editor f the foreign commerce bulletins of the new department of commerce. Ho appointment could have been more fortunate for the Pacific North ,. ert because of the fact that the new appointee ie a rran to whom this trade )aa:l O pen book, and a determined en tbottot on the subject of developing t! le Northwest and Pacific Northwest hv opening new avenues of trade with the millions across the Pacific. Authority on Commence. Professor Monagban has for many yea rs been a well known authority on foreign commer...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1903

San jfuan Islander TDK BHUAMOBB CO., Puliliitli«T». p. H. CUI,VKR Editor and Mr.nnger. Entered at the poetofflee In Friday Harbor as second elaaa mail matter. S ..l»*cri,.ti..,, lTlce. - »>•■'»» IVr \ c»r The Official Paper ol Sao Jaan County. _ CJubMnci Ltsf - To nil subscribers paying on« year in Advance (and nrrears, if any) tlio follow ng named ptitjlii-ntious are offered, to gother with th. |sl..\N!)i:rt, at the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANDHK nu)J Seattle rout-Intelligencer, semi weekly, $J.oo Seattle Times, weekly, ... - 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist ... - 1.60 New York Tritium- Farmer - • • J-8o New York Tribune Review - 1.80 New York Tribune. 'ri weekly, - - *•!<> Thricc-a-Week N. Y. World, - - - 2.00 Toledo Iliade, ------ l 6° Detroit Hree Tress, semi weekly, • - 200 8. I', l-ixaniincr, weekly, - - • a-5° S. V. Bulletin, Sunday edition, ■ - 200 Chicago Intcr.Ocewn, weekly, - * '5 St. Paul Pioneer Tress, weekly, - »■«> Moutreal Family Herald and Star...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1903

[^cal 4nd personal jj \[i«sDiglituian is visiting friends iv geattle. m, e county commissioners will meet next weeK. t Cherries, Strawberries and Cream at fowle's. H . penshaw went to geattl* the first of the week. ___^___ ' soda Water, Root and Birch J|ser and pip at Fowle'a. . Borne much needed repairs are being , de to the school^house. The Islander and the Seattle Daily Star one year for only $3. Mrs . C. E. Hackett and children re turned to Anacortea Monday. - ■ Mrs. O. H. Culver and children re turned Monday from Doe Bay. pure California Port Wine $1.50 per gallon at Wold &Laghfheart's. * The ball supper Saturday night will be served at the Bay View hotel. Thoroughbred Oxford-Down ram lambs for ale.—Donald Ross, San Juan Valley. « Bill ons, Whistling Willies, Sallies and Ja ,kies and all kinds of Fireworks at fowle's. \V. E. Sutherland wag over from Orcft? Monday in the sailboat which he lately bought from W. O. Clark. Will Randies has bought a team from W. H. McCrary and ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1903

NLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER VI. Most of the guests had loft Hazell Court; and only Lord Harold Efsklne and Mr. Le Merchant remained. It »li iho fourth day after the ball, and Mr. Hast ings was alone that evening. At seven o'clock he strolled toward the woods. He told himself be hoped ho should not meet Miss Eyre; it would he bo awkward, so unpleasant; and yet he went in the direc tion that she always took on her return from the cottage, and at the very hour he knew she should paw. When Errol law Winifred coining along slowly and sadly through the woods he could do longer conceal from himself the delight he expe rienced at seeing her again. Winifred appeared unconscious of him until she came close to the gate, and then she looked up with an air of cool indif ference that might have befitted the best bred woman in Europe. Errol did not open the gate, but put his hand across to her. She affected not to see it. "Miss ' Eyre," he said, "will you not even take my hand?" "No, 1 thank ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1903

Mrs. F. Wright; of Oelwein, lowa, is another one of the million women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Young New York Lady Tells oi a Wonderful Cure: — m Mv trouble was with the ovaries ; I am tall, and the doctor said I grew too f*st f°r my strength. I suffered dreadfully from inflammation and doctored continually, but got no help. [Buffered from terrible dragging sen sations with the most awful pains low down in the side and pains in the back, an d the most agonizing headaches. Xo one knows what I endured. Often I was sick to the stomach, and every little while I would be too sick to go to work, for three or four days ; I work in a lar<?e store, and I suppose stand ing on ray feet all day made me worse. "At the suggestion of a friend of my mothers I began to take Lydia E. pinkham'i Vegetable Com pound, and it is simply wonderful. 1 felt better after the first two or three doses ; it seemed as though a weight was taken off my shoulders ;...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1903

Lopes Island )| .«•- { ■ -V,- '' I'OHT STANLKT GtorgtCoflfclt has gone to Anf-cortes. Mrs. John Real haw been visiting at John and Jasper CoMVlts'. Miss Kvl.vn Uritlendall is visiting htr parents for !i ff w days. Miss Wakedeld will spend the Fourth with her parents at West Swnnd. John Mead, of Tridav Harbor haa been visiting Ins nephow, (leorge Mead, at t In* phtce. Mr. Htinjmel's slsfaef and niece, tin, and Miss Duigaus, of Philadelphia, are visiting bim. There will be a celebration of the Fourth at this place] beginning with a j ball game at 3 p. m , followed by races j and games. In the evening hi;re will. ))• a parade, ghost social, fireworks and balloons. Each lady is requested to bring an undeoorated box with lunch for two. ICK MAIIhSON Mr* E. S. Ireland, wife of the pastor pf the Lope/. island Congre^HtloMal Church, arid Mr. Ireland's sistrr, were seriously Injured Sunday by the over turning <>! Hie buggy ill which they were returning from services at, Lopez. The accid...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1903

Cbe San Jmn Islander VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost Mowing Machines, Rakes, Forks, Carriers and Haying Tools Of All Kinds at , CHURCHILI/s largest Store in San Juan County. What You Pay f For a thing is important, but what you get in <"> return for your money is ten times more im- - ■ portant. In all lines of merchandise the best ■ ,*; costs more thai! the poorest. We don't keep <', the poorest, -but we keep the Best at the ■■ Lowest Prices* V. ■*——~—————-~ , Loader in Dry Goods, Clothing Q A IETM CST I\l I Shoes and Furnishings T ■ ir\ J%JL- I\l s>»3> C- IXI ♦ Tea and Coffee We can you as nice a tea as most people care to drink for 45c a pound. If you want some thing fancy we have it at 60c. We have coffee from 15c to 40c and can surely suit both your taste and your pocket book. G. B. Driggs CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Hough and Dressed | LUMBE BOXES I OLJIIVirM I FRUIT BOXES of an kind S SnliMvaLELO * *\*^ at Lowest Mark...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1903

NLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER Vll.— (Continued.) An I FVnner, trembling and cringing like a betaten spaniel, went quickly out. Brrol returned to his writing table, anil commenced a letter to Winifred Eyre. He had served her now; would she be more disposed to look leniently on his offense^ and lei her love conquer her worn nnl.v pride. "1 will at least make the trial 1,,. or i go," he said to himself, and then he took up his pen and wrote thus: •i in.-lose you a note. Miss Eyre, from the man Fenner. You will see by that that be engages to discontinue his an noyance of you, and to leave you for the future five and unmolested. Anil now, (i,,],- 1 leave England on ray long voy age, ] pray of you to hear the appeal of my heart to yours. Winifred, I love you with all my soul, with the truest. deep ed strength of which passion is capable, and I come to you to decide my future. My happiness, my misery, are in your hands. It is for you to seal my perfect bliss by consenting to become my c...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1903

Dyspepsia Don't think you can cure your dyspepsia in mv Other way than by strengthening ,'i toning your stomach. That is weak and incapable of perform ing its function*, probably because you live Imposed .upon it in one way or an other*>ver nnd over again. - 0 You[should take Hood's Sarsaparilla It strengthens and tones the stomach, . n( i permanently cures dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Accept no substitutes. A saleswoman in a Paris dressmak er's establishment, whose salary was twenty-live hundred dollars a". year, accepted an offer of »three thousand dollars from a rival firm, and promis ed to forfeit two thousand dollars if jj € broke the new contract. There upon her employer advanced her salary to thirty-seven hundred dollars, and agreed to pay the forfeit provided she would make no change. These figures, which' have recently been brought out j n a French court, have more than local interest, for there is some reason to believe that rich Americans pay the bills. MM*rty f...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1903

San >an Islander THE ISLANDER CO., ■ Publisher*. O. H. CUI.VKK JiJitor and Manager. Entered at tIM postouVe in Friday Harbor as second clans.nin.il matter. Subscription Price, - »t..-iO Tor Y,.,r The Official Paper ol San Joan County. _. CtubWng U»t «- To nil Rubscrtbers paying one year in advance (and arrears, if any) the follow ng named publications are offqrfid.. **>_• gether with Hi-" ISLAND^, attba com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISLANDER and Seattle Post-Intelligeucer, »cml- weekly, $2.00 Seattle Times, weekly, - '-80 Northwest Horticulturist ... - i.60 j New York Tribune Farmer - • - '-80 New York Tribune Review - - - • i.So New York Tribune., •ri-utckly, - - J.IO Thrici-n-Wetk N. V. World, - • - 2.00 Toledo Blade, l<6o Detroit Kn-c Press, semi-weekly, - - 2.00 i S. K. Kxunilncr, weekly, • • • 2 -5° S. K. Dulletin, Sunday edition, - - 2.00 Chicago Ocean, weekly, - 215 St. Paul ri.ii-n Prew, weekly, - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and Star - 2.00 Farm and Fireside, - ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1903

Local and personal Clay Cunniugham was over from Ol ea Tuesday. — .♦ i-i"' Wold & Lishtheart, wines and liquors. Family trade a specialty. *' Bract and Cecil Willis were |n town Tuesday from Obstruction pass. " ' * ♦ i. — pure California Port Wine $1.50 per gallon at Wold & Lightheart's. * Gene C. Gould was called to Seattle and Everett this week on business. 1— — Thoroughbred Oxford-Down ram lambs for sale.—'Donald Ross, San Juan Valley. Mrs. Gene C. Gou}d and little son are visiting friends near Doe Bay this week. f— — Miss Egan has given up her school in district No. 25 on account of ill health. ♦ T Photo mounts, auy size, at the Islander office. Mounts for stamp pictures five cents a dozen. ♦ Mrs. Melquist and little son returned to Wliatroin Tuesday after a visit of several days with Mrs. Ross. Attorney Win field R. Smith, of the firm of Shank <fc Smith, Seattle, was in town Tuesday on legal business. f 8. D. Martin came down from Seattle Friday to spend the Fourth a...

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 July 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H. < II.VBR. Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH- NEWS, OF THE DAY Brief Summary of li^M Important TlioiiKh not the lie— Interentlnj, •lM|.j.entii|p* of the Wwk, From All Farm of the World. The Yukon is non t*j#n to navigation from th>- mouth to Lake I'-eiiftt. The San Fran i-"1 prtand Jlirv '9 '"• vestigating tbe Eppinger failure. It is eta ted that King Edward is thinking of visiting the St. Louis fa?r. A!aii-.i-l>;ile rat) fine ii'ile at Wash ington park in 1 :*7 S-5, the world'i record. The French chamber o r deputies hap considerably increased the duties on fresh meats. Another outbreak of the Kentucky lead resulted in one death. Two oth er* were injured. Two Alabama postal c'erk* hare been dintnHPed from th< service (or collect ing campaign fanda. White fishermen on the Praser river arc again ona strike. The controversy in over the price of salmon. French experimenters, it is mid, have found a way to make niik WOITOI produce ni I k already colored. ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1903

CUMMINS NAMED |0NV A REPUBLICANS HOLD THEIR CONVENTION. Contest Over but One Nomination, the Others Being Made by Ac clamation-Both Sides Claim Vic tory I" Adoption of the Tariff plank* peg Moinep, July 3.—Following is t l, e tit ket nominated by the lowa Re publican state convention: Governor —A. B. Cummins, of Dea Moines. Lieutenant Governor —John Herriott, of Stuart. Supreme Judge—Charles A. Biphop, o f pee Moines. Railroad Commiesioner —David Pal nieri of Washington. State Superintendent — James G. RiggS, of Sigourney. The Republican state convention made short work of the business for gbicb it assembled here, completing t l,e ticket and adopting a platform all within one day. All of the present state otiictrs were renominated by acclama tion, with the exception of state super intendent, lor which office Mr. Riggs was nominated on third ballot, his op ponfntp being present Superintendent K. C. Barrett, of Osage, and H. L. Ad aniH, of West Union. Harmony marked the proceedings of...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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