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

San Juan County SAN .MAN COUNTY consists entirely of inlands, lying north of Puget Hound proper, between the Stroll nfSan Jnsti da Fuca and the&aifof tJeprgia, and constituting one of the most beautiful wrehipel ago«-* in the world. While there are a large Miinber of islands in the gioup, three of t lit n• — San I nan, covering •>- »qnar« miles, ONM, G2, and Lopez 40, exclusive of government reserves, comprise more than thret •niiitlis of the entire land area, which is approximately I><2 square miles, and contain more than thiee-1 tilths of the population. There are, however, important settlomo its. with nice homes and Rood schools, upon Shaw, Waldron, Stuart, Illakeley and Decatur islands, and a number of the still smaller islands are Inhabited. San Juan inland is the moat thickly populated andhJM the largest assessed valuation of taxable property ( Oreas l>ciug second in I hese respects and Lopez third. The county was organized in 1878, when the total property valu...

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. — 6 February 1904

l DENTALJfORK j P Miv cost too much or be too cheap to 1 I w rrv quality. We make a moderate 8 !| ' ■„.„,. for strictly first-class service; our jj; w operation! are as nearly painless as a per ' & g Ict equipment and modern methods can S (?, ' ake them, and we guarantee the work $ k absolutely. • B i HIGH ■ $7.00 I 1 PLATES $10.00 I •? f-jiinless cxtraoting $ .50 g [ Gold lillings $100 up I I Bridge work... v* 5-00 up 1 £ -22 pt. «old craw us,. $6.00 | | "- v h I I I FX \MINATION FREE OF CHARGE § ■" . i I WIUTCOM DENTAL I I PARLORS I I; . ri :« CI.OVKR BLOCK | WIIATCOM, WASHINGTON | IE. F. HARPST I ;: Watchmaker, Jeweler and | I ENGRAVER 5; I Friday Harbor I GEO.S. WRIGHT, M. D. PHYSICIAN JAND iSUBtJEON OPPICB AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, r - Friday Harbor V. J. ( Al'llON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEOX Office hours at Kriuay llarbor: Kvrry Friday, from y a. m. to 12 m. at the Hay View Hotel Headquarters, - - ROCHE HARBOR I)K. F. J. TAN KIRK ■pecial Practice Limited! TO Eye, Ear, ...

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. — 6 February 1904

\9nK At The Post Up *nd doJnel to live and help to live, the old reliable St. Jacobs Oil is an unlvrrs.il tenet ictor in the euro of Hurts, Sprains and Bruises . Price, 25c. and sOc. Mir Thomai Llptoa is to build an (ith.-r challenger. He Is still convinced t litt it pays to advertise. An apparatuH has now ln»en per fe ted to photograph your Internal or gans Next thing will !*• a negative of your troul. There Is neither marrying nor giv ing hi marriage In heaven probably because no woman up there would consider any angel good enough for her Hon. M BCftttkM liaii added the study of phyHlog-nomy to his system of criminal detecttoft. Uy and by even a doteotlve will be able to toll if criminal wlwii he be>cs him. Some paper says Powie'a favorite Hong is ' Uock of Ages." Another one Mays it was under the Impression It wuh lOf Yo' Got No Money Yo Needn't Omm 'Bound.* 1 An Oregon man put chains and pad- I.H-kx on his wife's feet ho that she couldn't leave him. It did not pre vent a sepa...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1904

100 Doses For One Dollar Economy in medicine must be measured by two things—cost and effect. It cannot be measured by either alone. It is greatest in that medicine that does the most for the money—that radically and per manently cures at the least ex pense. That medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla It j/rrrifies and enriches the blood, cures pimples, eczema and all eruptions, tired, languid feelings, loss of appetite and general debility. "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and found it reliable and giving perfect satisfac tion. It takes away that tired feeling, gives energy and puts the blood in good condition.^ Miss ErriE Colon*** .635 10th Street, N. W H Washington, D. C. Hood* Sarsaparilla promises to cure and Keeps the promise. Bilious? Dizzy? Headache? Pain back of your eyes? It's your liver! Use Ayer's Pills. Gently laxative; all vegetable. Sold for 60 years. fcSflSgg (Want your moustache or beard (a beautiful brown or rich black? Use Buckingham's dye Iron cm. or Pioo*jPßj>« *■ &...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 February 1904

j: Orcas Island \ EAST SOUND Miss McCrary, of Friday Harbor, is visiting Miss Laura Uiekoll. W. H. Evans, of HqJlingharti, has been papering the Templins' new I house. : James Tulloch lias been quite ill but is now improving and will soon be out again. Elmer Waldrip, of Lewis! m, Idaho, a former resident of this place, spent ; a couple days with his father recent ly. Walter Sutherland, who has been 1 ill, is improving. His many friends were glad to sec him on th< village ! streets again. W. L. Beddow, of Seattle, manag er of the Sucia island stone quarry, spent a portion of la«t week attend ing to his interests here. Mrs. I. S. Waldrip Spent last week with her daughter, Mrs Kalloch; at Bellingham, haying the doctor look after her fractured wrist, which is improving. Mrs. John Sutherland and her daughter are spending a few days: at their cottage here, visiting their many friends, who are glad to we] come them to East Sound again. The East Sound minstrels are busy rebvarsing for th...

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. — 13 February 1904

Che 8&n liiati Islander '•■''■■- ". ■ .--*^^r ' ' ' - VOL. XIV. PRE-INVENTOHY i; ! Clearance Sale j| of Winter Goods <; 10 to 20 pel* cent Discount on Blankets* <; Sweaters, Underwear, Flannels and ... | | Rubber 6do9s .*»... 41 ' $2.75 Rubber Boots Reduced to «■ - - i ■ $2.25 j1 I 3.50 Rubber Boots Reduced to * ... 3.00 j! * 4.00 Rubber Boots Reduced to - * - -, - 3.50 <\ '> 4.50 Rubber Boots Reduced to * - ' - » 4.00 < j ; N. Bi CHURCHILL ;! ,~++~+ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦'♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦• +++4 ♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ; Great Reduction Sale | ; Preparatory to taking annual inventory I will for x ; 20 days beginning January 29 give /s ; per cent 4 ; discount on all Cash Sales of Dry Goods, -- '. Hats and ShoeS and 15 to i?O per, cent dis- *! ; count on Men's and Boys' Clothing. « 1 '■ Bemember, you can select from the largest stock of - • '• Dry Goods, Clothing, etc., in the county. ■<• : Special Prices on Groceries - i P. A JENSEN \ ■ "t '.+ ++^++++++++++++» ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦•»»...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1904

The San Juan Islander O. H. CII.VEX. Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. l^ i^ ~% -j -% -^ -^ "^ I^*-* I Minor Happenings ( > of the Week. ( Premier Muura has announced that |1m strike of penOM employed by the ■hipping Ultewrti "t various Spanish jtorts is at an end. Fifty workmen were killed in St. Pe tersburg by the caving in of an em bankment on the Warsaw-Vienna rail lvad. Many were badly injured. Seven men convicted of taking part in the riots at <41obevillc, Colo, result ing from the smeltennen's strike, have been sentenced to serve six months in jail A new cabinet lias been formed in Servia. It includes M. Drnyes as pre mier, M. Pasyes as minister of foreign affaris and Hen. Putnik as minister of war. Judge Parlange. in the Federal court at New Orleans, issued an injunction against the ticket scalpers, to prevent their cutting rates during the Mardi (tras. Henry W. Oliver, who has been a lender in social, business and political circles in Pittebuig, and many tunes a millionaire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1904

TO LOCALIZE WAR HAY'S PLAN GIVES PROMISE OF BEARING FRUIT. japan and Russia Invited to Liend Their Assistance to the End That Resvtta May Be Mintmized-Dtp ,,,,„;,is Give Credit to Secretary of State. Washington, Feb. 11.—Having re vived euongh favorable replies to in !mre the concurrent action of European powers in his endeavors to localize within as small an area as possible the hostilities in the far East and to insure oVer as much of China as possible her Neutrality, Secretary Hay has address ed notes to Russia and Japan inviting their co-operation in this endeavor and announcing that the United States stands stalwartly for this principle. Iv the present period of the negotia tions state department officials find it inexpedient to discuss the various steps whirl) led up to the issuance of the note, bttt from a diplomat whose gov ernment, while entirely neutral, is conversant with the progress of events, this statement was obtained. Credit Belongs to Hay. "To Secretary Hay undoubt...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1904

San jfuan Islander THE ISI.ANDKK CO.. Publish O. 11. CULVBR, Kditor and Manager. Bntoftd m tb« postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class mall matter. Sul.».rl|'«i"" l'rlre. ■ »I.sol'*rYW The Official Paper ol San Juan County. ' SATURDAY, tI I 1:t .\i:Y 13. 1904 101 ><; mi.n in Hisrro v Many of the greatest careers have I)mmi made by young men. Washing ton was but forty-three when be was ( ailed to the command of the Ameri can Rcvolutioniry Army. Henry Clay was speaker of the House of Itepresentativca at thirty - four. Stephen A. Dowlas was but thirty-nine when he firsi became a candi 1;»1<- for the Presidency. John Jay was Chief Justice of the United States ai forty-five. James <;. Blalne was only thirty nine when li<> became speaker of t tie House of Representatives, Alexan der Hamilton took charge of the treasury a 1 thirty-two years of age, Martin Van Buren, ai thirty-six, or* ganiied the famous Albany Regency, an I was Governor of New York at forty. John ('. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1904

1 DENTAL WORK x* -- ——•— ■ _ , ij 8 May tost too much or be tO° c^eap to ! „-,-V cjiuiiity. We make a|nrdderatc 'A, harg« for strictly first-class service; our h L „tioii« are as nearly painless as a pe^. I feet cn mcnt and modern methods «m *2 iral- Win, and we guarantee the work % absolutely. HIGH $7.00 I pLATES $10.00 2 _ 1 ■ I painless extracting $ .50 \ Gold filling *1 00 "P \ Bridge work $5.00 up \ 22 pt. gold crowns,.|s.oo $6.00 i ; FA VMINATION FREE OF CHARGE ? WHATCOM DENTAL PARLORS CLOVER BLOCK \ WHATCOM, WASHINGTON IE. F. HARPST . I \ Watchmaker, Jeweler and | if EjjGRAVER | | Friday Harbor | GEO. S. WRIGHT. M. D. PHYSICIAN SAND |BURGEON OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - Friday Harbor Y. J. CAPRON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours at Friday Harbor: Ev^ry Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. at the Bay View Hotel Headquarter*, - - / ROCHE H'.*BOR DR. F. J. TAN KIRK special Practice Limited TO Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat CLOVER BLK. WHATCOM B. MUSCOTT, M. D. PHYSICIAN ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1904

$ Second Cousin SS /f\ nr the author or W X -,«*** JUDGE. SPIXSTER." "LITTLE KATE KIRBY." *fi *$ we.; ere. CHAPTER lll.— (Continued.). "A queer young woman." muttered Reuben, ns he walked to the front door and 1.-l himself out of the US.'. He drove into the city of Worcester with his face prarer and more thoughtful than lie hud driven nwny from it that morn ing— altltoiiKli he hud foreseen much of the result of his journey, and had pre pared for it. He should remember com* ins to Worcester again t" the last day of hi* life. it was a new beginning: even in I lie ruin last night he had stepped from the commonplace to ■ something like ro munce. but he had forgotten the first in ridnii of his arrival until he was in Mud dlet'in's coffee room, and the waiter was leaning across the white cloth toward dim. "He- pardoa, hut he'i beea the young ■tan who helped to carry the luggage last night for you." 'I Imm klic?" said Reuben, "Yes. sir. And he said that he thought half a crown n precious H...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1904

Catarrh p Invites Consumption It weakens the delicate lung tissue*, deranges the digestive organs, and breaks down the general health. It often causes headache and died* ness, impairs the taste, smell and bearing, and affects the voice. Being a constitutional disease it re* quires a constitutional remedy. [food's Sarsaparilla Radically and permanently cures ca tarrh of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, and more delicate organ*. Read the testimonials. No substitute for Hood's acts like Hood's. Be sure to get Hood's. «I was troubled with catarrh 20 years. Seeing statements of cures by Hood's Sar laparilla resolved to try it. Four bottles entirely cured me." William Shjcbmam, 1030 6th St.. Milwaukee, Wls. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises t* cure and keeps the promise. DON'T ,«*] GET WET! «S ASK YOUR DEALER FOP THE SLICKED; MADE FAMOUS BY A DEPUTATION A EXTENDING OVEP MODE THANHS '¥ HALF A CENTIME % t&u TOWERS garment* and /7_l VSJ-VYk hats are made of the best /7 k-j \-\ AN material* ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 February 1904

1 N^~W>~N~p*~ WV < Orcao loterd < 5 ■ -••»•'" ■' (i EAST SOINI* W. T. Court returned Monday frt'lm the assessors' convention at Spokane. Miss Mabel Drought has returned from Spokane, where she had been teaching school. Templin's Fair has moved into its new store and has completed its dock ready tor business. Mr. and Mrs. John Curry, of Ocas, spent Sunday with Mrs. Curry's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Philip. J. B. Fry left on the Thompson Tuesday for Roche Harbor where he will be employed for several weeks rep iring the kilns. Mrs. D. Cunningham, wife" ilf the purser of the Buckeye, is spending! ■ few days at East Sound, t>h£ guest of Mrs. Paul Perry's Family. The East Sound minstrels will give their entertainment tit Friday liar* j bo.* Feb. 17th and at East Sound Feb. \ 1 Mh. It will be thtj best show Hie b ivs have ever given. They have! spent weeks' rehearsing for it and ; th sir new songs and jokes, swell jbos- j tutnes and fine dancing art. 1 sur to I) • cnjoyedi Yon ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1904

Che San Jmn Islander VOL. XIV. =Churchill's= ..Grocery Specials— ...ONE WEEK ONLY... A Good Green Tea, per Ib . .' . . 25c A good Nib Tea, per 1b . . . . 25c An Al English Breakfast Tea, per 1b , , f 85c Our Best Coffee, the 35c kind, 3^ lbs for . . $1.00 Gold Dust and Sopo, per pkg .... 20c Cleaned Currants, per pkg . . » . * 10c ({rape Nuts, 2 pkgs for ...... 25c Lily Gloss Starch, 4 pkgs for . . 25c WT FOR CASH : Great Reduction Sate \ "*" ... ■ * ■•-. *' T< X Preparatory to taking annual inventory I will for , I % 20 days beginning January 29 give 15 per cent '•'>*,'> X discount on all Cash Sales of Dry Goods, V, X Hats and Shoes and 15 to 20 per cent dis- «*' * count on Men's and Boys' Clothing. ; '-'■ £ Remember, you can select from the largest stock of . +> X Dry Goods, Clothing, etc., in the county. • <> X Special Prices on Groceries <'> ! p. A Jensen I +++++++-»♦♦♦♦♦♦+-♦>♦♦♦♦♦+♦>♦♦»*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« r* — --■■-•- ;-- / --j ■■■--■■ -----...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1904

The San Juan Islander O H. < I I.VKIC. K.1t1..r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. { Minor Happenings f } of the Week, ' William .1. Lamp. St. Louis million aire brewer, coinniittod suicide Satur day The State Bank of Coning, lowa, hafl failed with liabilitiiei of 1160,000 mid possiblfi assets of $?. r>.ooo. Announcement is made of the sale of the Carver-.McNeer group <>f claims at Nizinu. Alaska, for a million dollars Michael Davitt,, tin- Irish leader. called on President Roosevelt Monday and presented bin with ■ blackthorn ■tick . John Morleys amendment to the reply to the crown, criticizing the government's flsoal policy, was de feated! Alaska railway promoters claim to have killed the bill In congress for the construction of the Valdea-Eagle wag on road, Four hundred operator* employed by the Erie railroad have held an all night meeting a 1 Patterson, N J . to diticum alleged grievances. Riohard F. I'ost has been appointed receiver of the Peabody Fire Insurance Oompany of Baltimo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1904

FACTS ARE SCARCE KLMOR MONGERS IN FAR EAST HAVE FULL SWAY. „,, I ar as Is Definitely Known There Have Been but Two Kngage humus Between Japs and Run- S ians--Corre»pondents* Dispatch' Boats Held. Umdon, Feb. 16.—The curtain of uivstery which shadows the view of j the theater of hostilities in the far East i !„ a * dense as ever. The air is full of j rumors, but definite facts are scarce, ; iitui the only thing that seems settled in that a decisive land fight has not yet i i,,vii fought and may not be for some j days to come. The Japanese transport service has „,,! lietm the overwhelming success thai tlie followers of the mikado would 1,1;,. to have it appear, and the offens-! [ye plans of Admiral Alexieff seem to j liare been of less moment than the St. i Petersburg officials would have it ap-! „, v Of course, a battle must come, | I nit it may be postponed for some days, ■ aH Japan will not attack until her force ! j, sufficient to insure success. Russia j will fight, but only on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1904

San Juan Islander TIM ISI \M>i:K CO., I'nlili-lM \ O. II COLVKB, . . 1 ■!-■ • nnd Maunder. * Entered" at tho postoilice in Friday H.irbor as second clam mail matter^ sVibHrrlpllon I'm.-,-. - »i '»» l'< ■V' "r The Official Paper ol San Juan County. ' Saturday. ri:r.ur.\uv -'. urn Til. i. II -I \A . >H iianna Another great leader <>f men has ponei tt» his rest. Tin; most trusted friend an.l counsellor <>f the late; President MeKinley has followed him i to that '.'mysterious country from whose bourne no traveler returns. 1 Senator Hanna is dead. he lic publiean parly has lost one of Hie ablest ami most resourceful leadens it has ever had and tin- Interests of bothi capita] and labor have Buffered by his death a greater loss than it is j now possible for the representatives of cither k) lvalue. No. mil i in re cent years has been so malignantly I assailed by a partisan press. I-ruin having".been the target for the most virulent abuse, denounced as the in carnation o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1904

San jfuan Islander TIM \M»IK CO.. lul>li-»i<•!••.. £ <>. II CULVKS Editor and Managerj Entered at the postoffiee in Friday Harbor as second class mull matter; Sul»«-ri|.li.in rrl..-, - »!..-.» IVr Vrur The Official Paper ol San Juan County. SATURDAY; KKBHTARY 21).*' 1904 ; TIIS-: I. <Ti: Sfc>AT«»K MANNA Another great loader of men has gone t-j his rest. Tin; most trusted friend ami counsellor of the late President McKiniey has followed him to that ''mysterious country from whose bourne no traveler returns.'' Senator Manna is dead. The Re publican party has lost one of the ablest and mast resourceful loaders ii has ever had and I lie Interests of both ca pit aland labor have suffered by his death a greater loss than it is now possible for the representatives of either t> rvalue. No ma i in re cent years has been bo malignantly assailed by .i partisan press Prom having been the target for the most virulent abuse, denounced as the in carnation of capitalistic greed...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1904

[dental work f i■ ■ w W v,- cost too much or be too chenp to » |- "' J quality. We make a moderate | fc C,,.'"c for strictly first-class service; our gg I -Rations are as nearly pajnli^sasa pc'r j * op^ t , r i r ment and modern methods can '& X theii/ and we guarantee the"! work $ | absolutely- ' '. §. | HI gh A^^ $7.00 I I GRADE $ 8.50" | i PLATES ..SIO.OO 1 I , . s^ * Sinless extracting ....$ .50 ' | t Gold tilling - *l °° Op I I Bridge work ...,:— •*•<» up | 1 22pt.goldcroirnH,|5.00 $0 00 | I MISATIOW FREE OF CHARGE 1 . I WIIITCOM DENTAL I I PARLORS I f CIiOVEB BLOCK g I WHATCOM, WASHINGTON | HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. a. WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of Anacorte©, Wash, Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station - , All Modern Conveniences, Fine Table Service MOD BAT KATES lE. F. HARPST I ■5 Watchmaker, Jeweler and |i § i!J?_J?_ A- YE- R I Friday Harbor |; GEO. 8. WRIGHT, M. 1). PHYSICIAN {AND (SURGEON 01-FICR AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - Friday Harbor V.J.I APRON, M. 1). ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 20 February 1904

Cjjgmt work i i ■ • ' ■■■ ■■ n I cos too much or be too che^p to: £ I- rv quality. We make» a moderate | I C; ;.-o for strictly first-class service; our gg * 'lions ire as nearly painless asa per 4 £ f , cent and modern methods can $ &■ kl' ke \iKin, and we guarantee the work £ £ ; high $ j-jj i I PLATES | !i Piinlo.-s extracting $ -oO I lowing. -......-*looup| * G( ,ld fillings #100 up jj I Bridge work _,J6.00 up| *22 crowns, $5.00 98.00 | | '^ a: I I examinatioh free of charge I fwHATrOM DENTAL I | PARLORS I S CIiOVER BLOCK ji I VVHATCOM, WASHINGTON | HOTEL TAYLOR,.,. T. O. WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of „ Anacorte©, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODERATE KATKS |E. F. HARPST I '£ Watchmaker, jeweler and js EjjGRAVER , £ | Friday Harbor I W v««^wi:wM^WMW^w»w^^w^ <. GEO.S. WRIGHT, M.D. PHYSICIAN '.AND ISURGEON OiilCH AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - Friday Harbor T.J. C APRON, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office ...

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