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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 October 1904

The San Juan Islander oh. n.'i.vitn. Kdii'M. FRIDAY HARIOR WASH. Minor Happenings of the Week. Japanese report that a large Russian steamer struck a mine and sunk off Port Arthur. Coal mines of Kayak, Alaska, are favorably described by Capt. W. Sto rey, manager of the Copper river can nery. The cable ship Bnrnside has begun laying line from Valdez to Sitka, and ooffiimlfl state that the vessel should reach Sitka by October 10. The Canadian customs department has approved a fine of $200 each against the Topoka and the Cottage City for towing in Canadian waters. Massachusetts Socialists met in state convention at Boston and placed a state ticket in nomination, headed by John QviillOJ Adams, of Amesbrry, for governor. According to the estimate of Direc tor Roberts, of the United States mint, Alaska still retains third place among the states and territories in goJd pro duction for l'JOtt. Former Speaker Charles F. Kelly, of the Missouri house of dselegates, in a written confession, expo...

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. — 8 October 1904

, A FOLLETTE wins s rACTION DECIDED TO BE REG ULAR. Wisconsin Supreme Court Turns Down the Stalwarts and the Republican National Committee Appears to Be Glad of It-Hope or Peace Now. . Madison, Wis., Oct. 6—The supreme decided the La Follette ticket lar. Three judges ' Marshall, 2L and Winslow, were for the La Ste faction, while Chief Justice fi ()aV dissented. The opinion will ( aSj e( j "j a ter by Justice Marshall. Vf T l,. Wisconsin state Republican ,V vent ion held May 18 last 1,060 del tes were given seats. Of these 168 contested. ( f the uncontested ILates 515 1-8 were for La Follette. The state central committee, being of I* o iiette smpathy, seated but forty three contested "stalwart" delegates, living U|Follette a majority. The Stalwarts" charged unfairness, bolt ed nominated a separate ticket and ff ent into the supreme court to compel the secretary of state to put the "stal wart ticket in the regular Republican column on the official ballot. This t ie supreme court, by i...

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. — 8 October 1904

Cbe San Islander O. H. CULVER, Editor and Publisher Established 1890 Supscrlptioa Price $1.51) a Year OFFIC , AL RARER OF" SAN JUAN COUNTY Entered at the Postofficc at Friday Harbor, Washington, as second class mail matter SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1904 The death of Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts, removes from the field of statesmanship one of the ablest and noblest figures in American public life during the past quarter of a century. He was a man of the highest honor and loftiest purposes. Can anyone give any practical reason why any good citizen should go to the polls and cast his ballot for the candidate of a party that is so hopelessly in the minority that it has not the re motest chance of success and which has shown no evidences of growth, either in numbers or influence, in many years? A Democratic paper says Mr. Mead has no record, although it is published in the House Journal of the 1893 session of the legislature. But Mr. Turner has "a record" and the voters are busy with it jus...

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. — 8 October 1904

NEW THOUGHTS. Art you growing more attractive as you At* j°t life ? •t!r?Sn in a healthy body," says Dr. R.V. « C ,vcn ane i Pierce, the special /«&mc*. ** in woman's dis- MiLa^tSS^ eases, of Buffalo, rV"*it*&\-** NY> "and a M&^WQWW'ili hrjlthy mind, and (P'Wi^^##l:|!j e^'Ton^ can culti- J|^^^vatc and enjoy haP * , I '^T^^HJ We must eat nB§(§y\ I properly and di «sT yv, / Rest well to be 'W^tJ** £& beautiful. It is a »Wv§^—«£-«• fact that any form v^s j of dyspepsia may jp^_^?i-] I in a few days trans fij^~"^l 1 .form a clear, white T i S^, skin into a mass of \ I v\ pimples and black \ I y spots. A beautiful j \ I i woman has the . \ / 1 beauty of her stom ach ' I I Dr. Pierces / Golden Medical Discovery main . a person 1* nutrition by enabling one f -at retain, digest and assimilate the iner nutritious food. It overcomes the P trie irritability and symptoms of mdi P'l^tion and thus the person is saved from fhose symptoms of fever, night-sweats, h da Ik- etc., wh...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 October 1904

4* Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. '7 +A AA A A*4"i*4*«&4*4- 4*4*4*4* 4*4^4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4^*4*4*4^4*4*4*4^^ The Carried and ingl . HE census reports note a considerable decrease in the number of births among the native pop ulation of the United States. American men lAd women are not so much given to marrying ,1* formerly. Many who do marry, postpone he event until youth has passed, and for this ....,1 mHi ■ MuiAM thfir rnrvlv tuive lartre fami- mm iMnri •' .!•■•»' «jc» >"■ «' • •••■■. ™ lies, and very frequently no children at all. Whether this decrease In the number of fruitful mar riages among the American-born population is the fault of the men or the women has not yet be™ determined, but very probably it Is the fault of both,—if fault it be. The bachelor maid Is becoming as prominent a feature in our social life as the bachelor man, and she has many apolo gists. But those arguments which tire advanced In defense of her position ate founded upon nothin...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 October 1904

0 Humors impure matters which the skin, *** kidneys and other organs can IlV(I,lkc care of without help, there ii *1 a u accumulation of them. l0 Tbcy litter the whole system. Pimples, boils, eczema and other options, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, bilious turns, fits of indie* . h',,11 headaches and many other troubles are due to them. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors, overcome all their effects, strengthen, tone and invigorate the whole system. »I bad salt rheum on my hands so that I ■4 not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla 80d it drove out the humor. I continued Js use till the sores disappeared." Mm. 'A 0 , i;owN, Rumford Falls, Me. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. .- nOO forfeit placed with a National r ;;.' k t o make good any failure on our I essona by mail, practically free. $rite today for catalog; BEUTEL BUSINESS COLLEGE, Tacoma, Wash. THE SEATTLE AUCTION, FEED AND SALE STABLE ii Western Ay., Seattle. ,i...

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

DENTAL WORK , May cost too much or be too cheap to carry quality. Me make a moderate charge for strictly first-class service; our operations are as nearly painless as a per feet equipment and modern methods can make them, and we guarantee the work absolutely. HIGH $ 7.00 GRADE MSb $8.50 PLATES $10.00 Painless extracting $ .50 Gold (Mings $1.00 up Bridge work $5.00 up 22 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $0.00 EXAMINATION FIIKK OF CHARGE WHATCOM DENTAL PARLORS CLOVER BLOCK BELLINGHAM, - WASH. ; Modern ; '• Dental Parlors I ! BELLI HAM'S ' ! LEADING DENTISTS ( 1 are fully equipped to wait upon ' 1 you the day you are in the city < i fuL w { Plata*, - $8.00 and up ' Filling*, - - .BO and up ( Palnlmmm Extracting, SOc ' 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED I > DR. 0. C. GILHERT, Mgrr. 1 ' Cor. Dock & Holly, opp. Beck's Theatre i ) { ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. G. WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway ; : Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MOD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 October 1904

San 3uan VOL. XIV. '^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* ♦♦♦'♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦♦ ♦+♦♦+♦+♦♦♦+►»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦'»♦* i Talk. With 1 IJ E 3XT SES 3XT ! ♦ ABOUT SHOES . J :^__^ ___ 1 i i«|/.7HIGH ; : p « Water ♦ i [/v mKINu I ;_ ™™~~~^ ™_ J t • *♦ | SHORT LINES MUST BE CLOSED OUT TO MAKE } t ROOM FOR NEW GOODS COMING IN EVERY * * DAY— PAIRS TO CHOOSE FROM AND ALL 5 t 2 J TO BE SOLD AT COST OR LESS. :: :: :: 3 t " ■ i 5 > Twenty Cases of New Shoes — the Best and most ' t J Stylish assortment to be found in Friday Harbor! < :_____ „ . 1 tm\ ' ] : ~ • ~7T > Pints, per doz 55g X Quarts, per do* > Gsc } t Two-quart, per doz 35g a : ;_ „ 3 j j : Headquarters for Grass Seeds i : :——— ; =j * ! P. A. JENSEN I ♦ i 4 < ♦ tt^»»f »^.^-H-f ♦»♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦»♦♦» +++-»-f-f++4-M-H-f-f++-f+++++*+-< »f ♦ +++4++++< t-f-f -f -f HHt -M-f-H-M-M- ♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4-f ♦+4-»-H"f4-H-f -M-» : :Shoes' Shoes! Shoes!: : . 1 + We have just received a new line of MEN'S and BOYS h J BLUCHER CUT LEATHER LINED SHOES—Extra * } Fine Values at £3.00, 3.50 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 October 1904

The San Juan Islander o. ii ititiiil X.111..1. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. Minor Happenings a of the Week. \ New York won tbe pennant in the National baseball league. Lady Besant, widow of Sir Walter Besant, the novelist, is dead Major 1 elmar Saturday broke the record of Cresceus, covering a mile in 3:01 3-4. Plato glass insurance companies have enteßCd into an agreement to stop rate cutting. The training ship Intrepid was suc cessfully launched at the Mare Island navy yard Saturday afternoon. The International Peace congress urges investigation into the condition of affairs in the Congo Free State. The North American Telegraph and Cable Company will furnish a news service from Alaska free for sixty days Matthew W. Ransom, former United States senator from North Carolina, and once American minister to Mex ico, is dead. The Ggreat auto race on' Long Island Saturday for the Vanderbilt cup re sulted in the death of a chatfeur and fatal injuries to one millionaire owner of a machine. It is rep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 October 1904

A RE FALLING BACK lIR()P ATKIN'S ADVANCE DID NOT LAST LONG. sports Say the Japanese Are NoW Doing the Advancing, Al though the righting Is Appar n Hy Very Fierce All Along the Linf- Tik v.. Oct. 13.—1t is reported that piarians are retreating along the v front and that the Russian force fpeDsabo was probably enveloped. L,t more guns have been captured iyt be Japanese. London, <>ct. i:{•—The Exchange rtjraph baa a dispatch from Rome h states that the Russian losses in c fighting Tuesday were over 5,000. t pan eße reinforcements are being ulh.-i! to (Jen- Kuroki, who is said „, be in danger. pagan, Oct. IS.—A dispatch from i e ld headquarters of the second Japanese army, timed 5 p. m. October j gays: During the night the Jap uniae. occupied the lulls held by the Russians ou the right center of the line, the Russians fulling back a dis tance »>f three miles. The Japanese infantry advanced within 1,500 yards o f the Russian lines at noon and de feated the Russians in a fierce c...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 October 1904

Che San Islander O. 11. CULVER, Bditor and Publisher i:s<ablislH'd 1990 Siipsorlptloii Price $1.50 a Year OFFICIAL- RARER OR SAN JUAN COUNTY Entered at the Postoffice at Friday Harbor, Washington, as second class mail matter SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1904 REPUBLICAN SINCERITY <4 We ask that thbir prom ises AND orus be judged by what lias been done in the im mediate past. We ask that so ber and sensible men compare the workings of the present tariil law, and the conditions which obtain under it, with the work ings of the preceding tariff law of 1894 and the conditions which that tariff of 1894 helped to bring about."—President Roose velt's Speech of Acceptance, July 27, 1904. There are 103 newspapers in the state supporting Albert E. Mead for governor, and they are doing it because they believe him to be a man whom the masses of the people can trust and who will serve their interests faithfully and well. Turner's senatorial honors came from the Populists. And the other day a Populi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 October 1904

CONFIDENTIAI. CHAT. „ _ cr ) c t nonsense, Bessie, for ywt to ■dd on the shelf. Why, it all „,"., yourself. Forget your worries, -„ _ and ailments ; do as I did, take . ou t-of-door air, cultivate happi l, iv no t allt»wing your mind to dwell and the worries of life. I sen' ce nts in stamps to Dr. R. V. of Buffalo, N. V., for his 'Common | Adviser,' and found it con useful information about the lU y health, about physiology, anat (l everything a woman should know. i to write Dr. Pierce and tell it my ailments. I received L a nice can-fully'considered and con .'. 11( tter, in reply, giving me advice diet, exercise and all. This to everyone and I wonder you n't write him at once. It didn't take me iJnv months to repain my pood looks. nee i was fifteen I have suffered I agonies periodically but now I am m pain, worry and bad temper. Oc •,;lv iial I took Dr. Pierces Pleasant -this for the complexion, and to te the .liver. Then I took Dr, s Favorite Prescription three time? , iv for thos...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 October 1904

TOILERS OP the COLUMBIA ft By Paul De Laney jL . tfefc . Author of "Lord of the Desert," "Oregon Sketches." lAi Ir . * | ono other Pacific Coast Stories fe™T >jl AFTER I. . The Storm. ' "Down pbe went!" "Ail aboard were lest." '•She made a gallant right." "See! Khe cornea to the surface again!'.' The forenging exclamations cane from a group of fishermen who stood upon the shores of Baker's bay and watched a ship battling with the waves on the Columbia bar. The rain fell in long, slanting, twist ing sheets. It appeared as it the heav ens were a vast waterfall swayed and loafed by all of the pods of fury. The wind howled aid moaned like a power ful monster, making the earth and everything upon it tremble while it pursued its way as steady as a tide from the deep. Trees bended their boughs to the ground and writhed and quivered to the end of their tiniest roots. Houses rocked and swayed like a weather vane upon their 'foundations. The more timid of the men ami the women and children...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 October 1904

flood's Sarsaparllla \ I* nn success far beyond the effect lift? tt ° % > ' • J ILvcrtising only. I c led* of its wonderful popular- Itnlaincd by its unapproachable it?' 18 l i /' } rQa «p°d a re6cr?P ti( whicb I people considered incurable, , Hood's Sarsapantla < es the best-known vegetable rein * by such a combination, propor- STind process as to have^onpatiTi Ler peculiar to itself.. W-iV\ its cures of scrofula, eczema, psori (l every kind of humor, as well» , jairl) and rheumatism —prove \ "flood's Sarsaparitla bc4 blood purifier ever produced. I, cures of dyspepsia, loss of appe . , all d that tired feeling make it the Satest stomach tonic and strength- Storer the world has ever known. i . Hood's Sarsaparitla i o khorouffhly good medicine. Begin " TODAY. QetHcW ■ "'""k c Tait, Ladies' .Turkish Baths MrS'i Toiiel Parlors. Newly equinned ','■ nirhout Ladies from out of town ".', this treatment may remain all BXS free of charge*. 910^ 2nd Ave aue (up stalr»),_Beattle, Wash. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 15 October 1904

'DENTAL WORK j —•-- —— 4 h»l May cost too much or be 100 cheap to jjj «£* carry quality. We make ■ moderate £ «i charge for strictly first-class service; our 8 M operations are as nearly painless as a per | jjs feet equipment and modern methods can -j S make them, and ire guarantee the work 0 J5 absolutely. I I HIGH $7.00 I I GRADE J^ $8.50 :! I PLATES 9sar ${ 0 .00 I p - 1 ji Painless extracting $ .50 £ *i ' <? Gold '..fillings i $Mup I Gold flillnga i « <><> "P I §j Bridge work 15.00 Op | i 22 pt. gold crowns, $0.00 | i' AM I NAT ION HTKiSB OF CHARGE , I WHATfIOM DENTAL I 1 PARLORS I Sf 'i ,* CLOVER BLOCK -, I BELLINGHAM, - WASH. ! « . I rife gfi '4f c 0 qe> a «'< >0o•> «c r- «..'* o* 0 * $J« Vf $ Modern $ Dental Parlors 5 BELLINGHAM'S 5 LEADING DENTISTS tf — 4 V .-ire fully equipped to wait upon ▼ m you the day you are in the city fl £ Plates, - $5.00 and up * £ Fillings, - - .SO and up \ r Painless Extracting, sOc r f ALL WORK GUARANTEED 4 £ DR. 0. C. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 October 1904

San yxm VOL. XIV. 4 + + ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦'♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•■♦ »t»^-»♦♦■>♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ »»♦ *»-♦■•»■♦ ♦ j_ Talk Wit>> ■" ■■'•'■ _| ! j :e 3sr s E5 3sr ! x ABOUT SHOES I ABOUT SHOES : -f -' T i ■ _7ZHL__ 1" 4_•■. .. • j * i " ' ' H' I IKBHIGH , ' 1 I 4*»i Cut I ■f I .shoes I |ftv?^^a I W T ' ■*■ j P m Water • j [k miciNG j "T ( J SHORT LINES MUST BE CLOSED OUT TO MAKE :: t ROOM FOR NEW GOODS COMING IN EVERY * t DAY— 3OO PAIRS TO CHOOSE FROM AND ALL - | TO BE SOLD AT COST OR LESS. :: :: :: J T H> Twenty Cases of New Shoes —the Best and most V> Stylish assortment to be found in Friday Harbor! <► t T «~»^. -~—. i x Fruit Jars— ■ \ ■♦ Pints, per doz 55c v J Quarts, per doz 65c : \\ t Two-quart, per doz. 35c + : • " •- -t : ■ ■■• 5 x Headquarters for Grass Seeds : \ =; | P. A. JENSEN j ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ » M ♦♦♦♦♦♦.♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ " ~ i H f^^H-^H-H' ♦+♦ ++<H^H^f ♦+^4^*H"f+++-M~ ■♦ , . .. .. 4 I Shoes' Shoes! Shoes! f -♦> " ~ ~ ~ —— — -■- " + ■♦• • . .- '.-<■ t We have ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 October 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H. CULTMX, Bdlt»r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. 1 Minor Happenings 1 t of the Week. \ . A'treaty of peace between Chile and Boil via has been signed. A dispatch from Lisbon says the Portuguese cabinet has resigned. Princess Marie Isabella Therese, sis ter of King Alfonso, of Spain, is dead. Miss Georgiana Bishop, of Bridge port, Conn., won the woman's golf championship. President Roosevelt has dismissed from the service the steamboat inspec tors who passed on the Gen. Slocum. An organized attempt has been start ed by the Presbyterians of Oregon to prevent the opening of the Lewis and Clark fair on Sundays. The new battleship Colorado which was recently launched at Philadelphia has arrived at the New York navy yard where her guns will be mounted. The Western Passenger Association has granted b rate of one cent a mile for the Grand Army encampment, to be held in Denver next summer. Miss Miriam Grant, daughter of U. S. Grant Jr., of San Diego, Cal., was married in Grace...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 October 1904

MORE LAND FRAUD ADDITIONAL INDICTMENTS ARC EX PECTED. orand Jury in Portland Expected to Bring in Another Batch Soon After Election—Some of Them Will Be Against Prominent Or egon Men. prtland, Oct 17.—A special to the uregonian from WaHhington says: It is whispered around the interior department that soon after election federal grand jurieb in Portland and Washington will bring in a new lot of land fraud indictments, inviving men far more prominent than any who have yet n^ured in these oases. Secretary flitoboook has been conferring with Assistant Attorney Pugh, who was in strumental in working up the McKin ley.Ware-Puter cases and the cases against the Benson-Hyde ring, and has been assured by him that the govern ment has un abundance of evidence on winch to ask for the indictment of m ,<n who have been shadowed for many months, and whose records have been panned more closely. Special Agent Greene, while here, also assured Secre tary Hitchcock that there is ample ev idence to se...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 October 1904

Cbe San J\i*r\ Islander O. H. CULVER, Editor, and Publisher Established 181)0 Subscription Price $1.5p a Year OFFICIAL RARER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY Entered at the ft***** at Friday Harbor, Washington, as second class mail matter SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1904 If Turner is a commission may why does George Stevenson, the chief railroad lobbyist, support him? The Democrats want to elect the attorney for the Canadian Pacific railroad to the office of governor. Three well known families furnished over one-third of the delegates to the Democratic county convention. Bellingbam's new "yellow journal," the Puget Sound Amer ican, seems to have assumed the role of "guide, philosopher and friend" to the Democratic party in this county, which for some years has been, like chaos, "without form and void." The Democrats say they are known to be for a railroad com-' mission because their state platform declares for it. It declared for a commission in 1902, too; but every west side Democrat in the last legis...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 22 October 1904

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED, and especially to the qualified electors of San Juan County and the precincts therein, that t he following nominations for the various offices to be filled at the next general election, to-wit: November Bth, A. D. 1904, have, in accordance with the „,,,„ „f the State of Washington, been filed in this Office, to-wit: REPUBLIC!* TICKET o~ Presidential Klectors gAMUEL G. COSGROVE 1, i; NASH GEORGE W. BASSETT AL .J.MUNS6N HERMAN I)- CROW.. Representatives in Congress WILLIAM E. HUMPHREY WESLEY L. JONES.. : :..:... FUA NCiS W. CUSHMAN.. justices of the Supreme Court khaN k h. IIUDKIN MAHK A. FULLERTON. Governor ALBERT E. MEAD Lieutenant Governor , CHARLES. E COON ..........".. Secretary of State SAM H. NICHOLS • .... State Treasurer GEORGE G. MILLS '. State Auditor CHARLES W. CLAUSEN... .... Attorney General JOHN 1). ATKINSON Commissioner of Public Lands E. W. 11OSS Superintendent Public Instruction R. B.BRYAN Representtative in the State Legislat...

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