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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION Author of " Roy Kusski.i.'s Rhi.k, " "Gi.kmiov," "Thk Pashionabi.f Mothkr," Etc. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued.) "l>octor." now queried Mr. Lee. "what Coarse is next to be pursued V" "We must go to the porter's lodge, on th« premise* I think I lie keeper is still there -get the key* of the hall, and in vestigate the rained part, with its con cealed room. If we find nil as here Said, we mint at once publish the facts, far and wide. I Should nl*o recall the ser rants. who probably are frill rie>ar. and reopen the house: and from his own home bury the real baronet. All these years ■ false baron has reigned in his stead." The gentlemen acquiesced m the plan, and silently wended their way to the now diverted hall. They did not take the front entrance to the grounds, but gained It by a shorter route, emerging at the rear of the house, and so parsing unseen to the clump of burheii, behind which was the entrance previously used by Dr. ■Ifenatein. Once in the corridor, the...

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. — 17 September 1904

Makes its presence known by many signs,— glandular tumors, bunches in the neck, cutaneous eruptions, m flamed eyelids, sere ears, catarrh and wasting diseases. Kcod'sSarsapariHa Effects permanent cwreß. iiTinpii The Horn* School. Faculty of sixteen teachers educated in the leading Colleges, with post-gradu ate preparation in American and Euro pean Universities. Uve teachers that create enthusiasm and (five personal attention to their stu dents. Fall term opens Sept. 22. P. B. GAUXT, President. Tacoma. Washing-ton. See our next "ad." POSITIONS GUARANTEED. $r ( ,000 forfeit placed with a National H.nik to make good any .failure on our part. Catalogue free. Write to-day. BEUTEL BUSINESS COLLEGE. Tacoma, Wash. HAVE YOU TRIED IT MOORE'S REVEALED REfIEDY For your stomach and liver. Three doses will make you feel bet ter. Never Failed. FOR SALE BY YOUR DRUGGIST Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. h - --*- m Catlle, H>-(rs. Sheep. Etc. f./^^t <■», ■ E**J to applj-Uutt it on. I i&V, ~-^s...

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. — 17 September 1904

Orcas Island DOG HAY AM> OMJA J. P. Moore spent Sunday in I3ell inghn Mrs. K. C. Wi'lis has been visiting at Alderbrook the past week. Mrs. Carlson returned home Wed nesday after ;i ten days' visit in Bell ingham. Will Fisk Is irorkiug for the In ternational Telephone Company, at IW Bay. Mrs. Coffelt, of Anacortes, and part of her family are visiting Mrs. C. E. Sluyter. (i. A. Palmer shipped a large scowload of cordwood to Bellingham tlic first «>f the week. Mr 1. Fawcett, of the lowa Agricul tural College, spent a day or two at (i. N. Culver's this week. A party of five men. with their wives, came over from Beliingham a few days ago to hunt on Orcas. They are encamped at the upper lake. All had their licenses with them. The International Telephone Com pany has a crew of thirty-two men working around Doe Bay. digging holes and slashing the right-of-way. They have their camp at Mrs. Mor ress' beach. FAST SO I? Nil Master Bruce Blame is making a visit with Tacoma friends. Mrs. J...

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. — 24 September 1904

Cbe San Jwm Islander VOL. XIV. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦4 ♦♦♦-♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦+++♦+ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ M T ■ KV,»,.V ♦ i —Talk Witli______| !j :e s asr! 3: ABOUT SHOES ♦ i High I I J^wCIJT I I F vL WATER t i <> :: SHORT LINES MUST BE CLOSED OUT TO MAKE :: '} ROOM FOR NEW GOODS COMING IN EVERY ][ 0 DAY—3OO PAIRS TO CHOOSE FROM AND ALL ♦ :; TO BE SOLD AT COST OR LESS. :: :: :: '.'. - Twenty Cases of New Shoes— Best and most JJ '.'. Stylish assortment to be found in Friday Harbor! «• :; Fruit Jars * -' Pints, per doz 55c * ; <; Quarts, per doz 650 \\ *»• ( i Mr I. Two-quart, per doz 85c <> ;; . . .- __________ .. i: Headquarters for Grass Seeds I: I~~~P. A. JENSEN J .4M M M M M M♦♦♦♦ MMM M » +++++♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦ \ Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! I -♦> yVtfWWimnnni ■■ ■ ■ ■*► 1 We have just received a new line of MEN'S and BOYS' V. I BLUOHBE CUT LEATHER LINED SHOES-Extra jj | Fine Values at Jfc.OO, 3-5O and 3.65 for Men's and :: t #2.-25 and 2.35 for Bo>'s - - -♦■ . ■—— — ' ~" ~~ * I In MEN'S ...

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. — 24 September 1904

The San Juan Islander o. ■ ccx.rmm. mou™. FRIDAY HARDOR WASH. Minor Happenings ( . of the Week. \ Texas floods are subsiding. Prince Herbert Bismarck is dead. Six men are reported killed in a fight over a crap game near Cairo, I 11h. The Iroquois theater, Chicago has been reopened as a vaudeville honse. The Sovereign Grand Lodge (if Odd Fellows opened at San FraDcisco Mon day. The Brighton hatnicap, valued at f 10,000, was won by Africander, sec ond choice. Oregon PopuliHts have decided to reor ganize the party in order to place pres idential electors on the ticket. The international congress of arts and sciences is in session at St. Louis this week, and in attendance are some of the most noted men of the world. The Western Supply Company, of Chicago, one of the largest farm im plruient firms in the Middle West, has been placed in the hands of a receiver by Judge Kohlsaat in the United States court. The United States geological survey has issued a report showing that in l!>03 the...

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. — 24 September 1904

RESTORING LANDS NEW POLICY REGARDING WITH- DRAWALS. Large Tracts in the State of Wash ington Soon to Be Opened for Entry—Tracts Will Be Adver tised for Ninety Days Prior to Opening. Washington, Sept. 22—A policy which will result in the restoration of thousands of acres of land to the pub lic domain is announced by the inter ior department. All lands heretofore withdrawn from entry for any purpose will be restored, and after adertise ment ninety days will be subject to en try under the federal land laws. The object of the secretary of the interior in requiring ninety days ad vertising is to prevent speculators from obtaining possession of the bind. The new policy will affect a large area withdrawn for foretsry and irringation purposes. The laud reserved for irri gation projects will be restored where the projects have been abandoned. A beginning was made yesterday by ordering restored to entry several tracts in Whatcom and Skagit counties which were withdrawn in 1902 for the pur pos...

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. — 24 September 1904

San j(uan Islander TIM: l«l. %NI>KK CO., Publisher*. O. H.CULVKR iHditor and Manager __ - " • Entered at (the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class mall matter. mil,-, ril'tion rrif.-. - »!..%(> I'rr Your Thei Official Paper ol San Joan County. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 84, I!KM THE GRANGER GAME CASE Prosecuting Attorney Wynn's version of the (1 ranger game cast' explains with sufficient clearness his reasons for tdvis ing against the filing of a com plaint. It also raises such a question of veracity between Mr. Granger and (lame Warden Rob ertson as to place the former in a decidedly unfavorable light, especially as the hitter's state ments as to (Iranger's admis sions just, prior to his arrest were made under oath. The game warden's letter in the Is lander was clear, forcible and comprehensive. It had the ring of truth and those who know him would have accepted it un questioningly as the truth with out the added weight of an ufli davit. No man is greater than the law and no ...

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. — 24 September 1904

CV# ft 6 i ft O ft a « * <- M I DENTAL WORK! jjg ; May cost too much or be too cheap to % a carry quality.: We make a moderate S H charge for strictly first-class service; our £ c *s operations are as nearly painless as a per ■ jg( feet equipment and modern methods can« § it make them, and we guarantee the work jjfj I absolutely. ■ I HIGH +> $7.00 : i GRADE 4Eib $ 8.50 1 I PLATES $10.00 I j I ji Painless extracting $ .50 |j | Gold fillings:.:.- - .SI.OO up § |jj Bridge work $5.00 up I §22 pt. gold crowiis,'ss.oo $6.00 j| Ij EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE |j (<fl ; —~——■——~' ' g$ I WHATCOM DENTAL I I PARLORS j H CLOVER* BLOCK <| 1 BELLINGHAM, - WASH. L ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. G. WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service • MODERATE KATES IE. F. HARPST | 1 . Watchmaker, Jeweler and % | . ENGRAVER | % Friday Harbor I wmThTwynn, JR. LAWYER Prosecuting Attorney ol'San Juan County FRIDAY...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 September 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION BY EMILY THORNTON Author of " Roy Russkll's Ritle, " ••Glknkoy," "The Fashionable Mother," Etc. CHAPTER XXII.— (Continued.) "My peerless duriing, would I need not leave you. Hut a very few weeks will reunite US, never again to be parted. As MOO as I return I shall want ruy wif<\ Shnl! I have her?" "Yes; Earle, my Earle, will you surely be back by October fifth?" "Yes; positively. This is but the last of August; I shall have plenty of time to reach here then. Hut what is to hap pen on that daU>?" "It will be my twenty-first birthday, and then, as I told you once, a package 1 hold m to be opened, and 1 shall learn my true name, and receive a small sum, enough for my support. Had you forgot ten this? Will the uncertainty of my re lationships cause any change in your feelings? My dear aunt assured me there was nothing to be ashamed of in my fam ily record." Ethel asked this question with a sud den timidity of feeling, a dread she could scarcely account for. This...

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. — 24 September 1904

Hood's S&rsap&rilla is unquestiona bly the greatest blood and Ever mec&cine known. It positively and permanently I Hood's SfirsaparOla b unquestiona bly the greatest blood and V ver medicine known. It positively and permanently cores every humor, from Pimples to Scrofula. It- is ths Best Blood Medicine, lITOTIKOILEGf oes not parade its cheapness—that is iot a quality to be desired. It is a •ood school, and cheap. Not a ' cheap chool cheap, but a good school cheap, rith home attentions, home supervision, ome surroundings and home comforts. ,LL AT A VERY REASONABLE RATE. Voice; Piano; Violin; Mandolin and Juitar; Art. Up-to-date scholastic in truction. F. B. OAULT, President. Tacoma, Washington. Se« our next "ad." ' POSITIONS GUARANTEED. $5,000 forfeit placed with a National Bank to make good any failure on our part. Catalogue free. Write to-day. BETTTEI. BUSINESS COLLEGE, Tacoma, Wa«h. I Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer of the^ Young Woman's Temperance Association of Buffalo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 24 September 1904

Orcae Island EAST SOI'MI Miss Maggie Hall Jeff the first of the week for an extended visit with friends in < >regon. Karl Templin and Byron Bowers made ;i business trip to Bellingham the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Craft, of Gold Bar, Washington, are the guests of Mis. Craft's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. LangelL Mrs. Koht. Hall, of Port Town send, arrived on the Thompson Mon day in spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. .1. W. White. The eight-year-old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Con Bauer dislocated his elbow while ai play on the school house grounds Tuesday. Dr. Fitz-Mathew was for and the boy is doing well. Mrs. L B. Peek entertained the following named ladies over Sunday at Sucia island: .Mrs. Jobn Cramer, Miss Bickel, Miss Laura Bickel, Miss Louise Hastings and Miss 1.. Grace Philip. Mr. and Mrs. J. l>. Lowman, of Seattle, are guests at the East Sound house. Mr. Lowman is president of the Orcas Island Fruit Company and is here, looking after his business iu terests. Mrs....

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. — 1 October 1904

San voi-xiv. .Talk: Witli j jisisrsEisr; ABOUT SHOES : iSmf Cut i 'f Wlfflß I Impo i I SHORT LINES MUST BE CLOSED OUT TO MAKE } t ROOM FOR NEW GOODS COMING IN EVERY < | DAY— 3OO PAIRS TO CHOOSE FROM AND ALL _« t TO BE SOLD AT COST OR LESS. :: :: :: -3 ♦ <■ Twenty Cases of New Shoes —the Best and most < ♦ 'j ',', Stylish assortment to be found in Friday Harbor! < ♦ ' J i — — — — \ i Fruit Jars —_ .■'•;'■ \ Pints, per doz . ■ 55c < J Quarts, per doz ...... 65c * I Two-quart, per doz. ....... .-.-•. 85c : _/~- -_-_---_ - . „ *■ i——■ I—> • 4•- . * ♦ U '■ / . * j Headquarters for Grass Seeds : t - ■ •■- ■ > ■ ■ : ■■■ - ■ ■ •f : "■■..- ■ ♦,■'■ - —— * | P. A. JENSEN \ +n+mm+H~»+++»+ ♦ 4»Mtt»»Ht<M(H >»♦♦+♦♦■-»■* »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦++♦+♦+♦ HHHH^ f ♦ I f ♦ M ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦^♦♦^^♦4-M-f-M^ : j iShoes! Shoes! Shoes! \ 4 yVv^VYVN*VVVVV»^rf»^ N^S^>^-_>-^V^^ 4 , "^"" ~ ~ : ■ ' ••■•■■ • ' • - ' ' . •< 4 ■'..■■ , ; -': '■ .■■■■ .'. ■ ~'';<t ♦ We have just received a new line...

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. — 1 October 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H. fit I.TBB. Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR VASH. Minor Happenings of the Week. Dawson, Y. T., suffered $120,000 loss by fire Friday night. The Oregon state fair came out $2,500 to the good this year. The archbishop of Canterbury dined with President Roosevelt Thursday evening. New York has 87,000 school chil dren more than there are school ac comomdations for. Ten prisoners, some of them desper ate criminals, have made their escape from the jail at Billings, Mont. Judge Parker has given out his for mal letter of acceptance of the Demo cratic presidential nomination. The four story main building of the University of Minnesota at Minneapo lis, has been destroyed by fire. It was built in 1868. The loss is estimated at $800,000. State Labor Commissioner Hoff has issued an estimate of the total popula tion of Oregon. He says it is now 486,658, or a gain of 55,100 since the last census. A Madrid dispatch says Russia has bought three steamers from the Span ish Trans-Atlan...

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. — 1 October 1904

jsTbkj CONTRACT „-BUNG OF SOBRIEIY TAKES HOLD OF JAPS. Realize tbe Seriousness of « r ein to *vc Task of Expelling Russians Prom Manchuria-Czar Virtual (jives Notice to World of De termination to Fight to Victory. Tkvo Sept. 26. —An increasing r of sobriety and seriousness ?«the popular attitude toward -the 10 It is doubtful that the masses *ar' ted in the beginning the seri apP ,of the task of expelling Russia Skanchuria. They had an easy nfidence in the ability of the army C> a nary to reduce the fortress of Port fj hnr destroy the Russian fleet and ' , h (ien. Kuropatkin. The prolon tionoftbe siege, the losses before f r t' \rthur and Gen. Kuropatkin's es 1, at Liaoyaug have brought a gen ™l appreciation of the magnitude of he national task and dissipated the nwing hopes of an early peace, based «n the confinedce of sweeping victory. 1 Events at Port Arthur and Liaoyang I aye impressively warned the Japanese I prepare for a long and trying war. Confidence in the final outcome,...

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. — 1 October 1904

Cbc San Islander O. H. CULVER, Editor and Publisher ■KftMtaM IH«.M> Supsoription Price $1.50 a Year OFFICIAL. RARER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY Entorvd at the Postoffice at Friday Harbor, Washington, as second class mail matter SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1904 The Islander goes to its readers this week enlarged to the extent of 240 single column inches of space, or twelve full col umns, twenty inches in length, and otherwise materially improv ed. These improvements have necessitated a large outlay for new machinery and material and may be regarded as practical evidence of the publisher's confidence in the future of the county and of his appreciation of the patronage of its people. "The Washington farmer is to be envied by people of nearly every other class/ says the Bellingham Herald. "He is a king in his own demesne. The weather is kind to him; the soil is generous and the market conditions are lavish in his behalf. His status may be better or worse according to the times, but it is never deplo...

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. — 1 October 1904

T HE MARRIAGE QUESTION. nrofe-^or who announced that "love ■ mance die out with the sound of the l»5 f bells," was the first to start the lime It would seem a brave woman i marries with this echo in her ears, yet w , vc not heard that there were fewer "".',..' during the year. There are un- Pilvmarried lives, but a large preeentage c unhappy homes are due to the ill . the wife, mother or daughter. *rt r ine a I*>"K" period of practice, Doctor found that a prescription made up , ; v „f roots and herbs, without the use „,,,,1 cured ninety-eight per cent, of case s After using this remedy for •"' . y ears in his private practice he put ? „' in i form that can be had at any store Itre medicines are handled. Backed up by over a third of a century of • lcahle and uniform cures, a record ias no other remedy for the diseases A weaknesses peculiar to women ever Sained the proprietors and makers of Dr. (l . s Favorite Prescription now feel Lily warranted in offering to pay $500 in ' ! mone...

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. — 1 October 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION CHAPTER XXlV.— (Continued.) Hold ins her away from him at length for another look at her beautiful face, h,e t44«d: -My child, you are the perfect image of your mother, and to my partial eyes she was the most beautiful women 1 have ever seen." These words were spoken in M low a tone that Che ladies present h«d not caught their meaning, and murmuring in return that she must introduce him to the waiting duchem, he allowed her to lead him forward while she presented him as "my father." Drawing close to her grace, on being thus introduced, he turned a half quiz- Rieal look full upon her, which caused her to spring up instantly ay she met it, exclaiming: "Edward! Can this be my son Ed ward?" "My own, dear mother! then you do know me after all these years?" was the answer as he held forth his arms to em brace her. Amazed at this unlocked for revelation, Rthel and Lady Claire clasped hands in mutual sympathy, and looked on in si lent wonder. After this fond greeting, the...

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. — 1 October 1904

#^!7o* going to give you the '"Ut H.ktHlforr "Well-er-I'm T& fi g a y I told him I thought »frald to ]u( 'i,7d be commensurate with *• Amount of work I do, and he "tlje ac-nod with me."-Philadel p roniP tl> ah pbUl must not expect me to give up "Phil's ways all at once," said W Stride. "Oh. I won't" he re tbe baPP> bope TOU Mi keep right on pl3ed' ft , allowance from your father tfkinß g if nothing had happened."— 'or Telegram. I sUP' r invro ,nt Agent-What was the ElDP'viU. your last place? Doines -10 ThP missus was too particular. 1 L,,t igent—in what way? Do nip!°\i sj( > wouldn't let me lock the 1 win the foldln' bed Wen I had com **.!!_£* York Weekly. PftD^ pod are learning to spell, are you, TSr asked grandmamma. "Yes, Joh"; in - was the reply. "Well, let <ar'vou spell •bread.'" "I don't "Vvp I can, grandma." replied the STfelllow. "Bat I think if I had a 1 , niece of cake I could_spell that." t ■nance' io~~ui?i --v^n.— - ™«v, m the expressman to the lawyer, 1 ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 October 1904

JBiWmw+ ¥■.*«.-.*. ww jummim ■■»•">' ** SjG, 1 DENTAL WORKI I — : I | ■ May cost too much or be too cheap to £ ■ carry quality. We make a moderate 5? tt charge for strictly first-class service; our *. & operations are as nearly painless as a per & j£j feet equipment and modern methods can $ make them, and we guarantee the work £ H resolutely. and modern methods can Si make them, and we guarantee the work »*■ nJ>snhit«-Iy. S * HIGH .~ $7.00 I I GRADE i4BFr-> $8.50 | I PLATES '{*«H5Jr $10.00 : 1 I d Painless extracting $ .-r » £ Gold fillings $1.00 up te B Bridge work ..$.5.00 up jj 222 pt. gold crowns, $.">.OO $0.00 f| 1 EXAMINATION FKKi; OF CHARGE p I WJLVTCO3I DENTAL 1 1 PARLORS § * CLOVKR BLOCK S | BELLTNGHAM, - WASH. | i« si o •;.;t;(t:o». o <. « « o * **Mm*Wim*Sfif I Modern I I Dental Parlors i f BELLING HAM'S f LEADING DENTISTS f are fully equipped to wait upon t you tho day you are in the city # Plates, - $8.00 and up t £ Filling*, - - .SO and up € V Pai...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 October 1904

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