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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1904

The San Juan Islander O H Cri.VICK. Kililor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. i Minor Happenings , \ of the Week. ( 9 Mr* Roosevelt has gone U> <»rotou, Mass., for a viHit with bet sons. Reports from Kodiak inland. Alaska, an- to the effect that Block has Win tered Well. The navy department is preparing toe arry out plans for a coaling Htation on Kink a inland. It is Htat<>d that th«> Huriatw, Huddhint lnlmliitunt* of the TraiiHl>aikai, are likely Jo n'lx'l aKaiiiHt RuHnian rule. The strike on the Panama ntilroud haw been ended, most of th«> Ulboten rvtnruin^ to work uud«-r old conditioiiH. A. I). Aflhton, one of Collier's war photographers* and correspondents, has returned from Japan disgusted with the censorship. Five ]>ernons were killed and over twenty WOT 6 mangled and seriously in jured in a street 09* aooident at Santa ilarbara, <'al. The Nez Peroe, Idaho, Fair baa been Incorporated with a capital of #:{(), --000. A tiO-acre tnict has I'een Heenred and work will...

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. — 16 April 1904

EFFECTIVE IN 1906 HOUSE PASSES PHILIPPINE SHIP- PINO BILL. I'rovide* That All Merchandise Shipments Between American and Philippine PortN Must Be in American Bottoms After That Date. Washington, April 9.—The house bus passed the Philippine shipping bill. The only amendment made was „ne extending until July 19, 1906, the time when the law shall become oper ative. The bill provided that no merchan dise or passengers, except supplies for the iirniy and navy shall be transport „(\ by sea under penalty of forfeiture, between the ports of the United States and the Philippine archipelago direct ly or by way of any port or. for any part of the voyage in any except ves rtelH of the United States It doen not prohibit, however, the nailing of any foreign vessel between fh,> United States and the Philippines, nor Iwtween ports or places in the Philippines. The tonnage taxes now in force on foreign vessels coming into the United States are levied on such vessels com ing from the Philippines. ...

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. — 16 April 1904

San jfuan Islander THE ISI.AM>I-« CO., l*ubli»her». O. H. CULVRR, Editor and Manager. i; nll .r«Mi M 100 postoffloe in KriUa> Harbor m second class marl matter. -^ P tio^rr'H^r~^ *^o° »>r v<">r Tie Official. Paper ol San Juan County. SATURDAY, U'lilU^N Grain grower* will be pleased to know that Robl B. Armstrong as sistant secretary of the treasury, has authorised the seizure of twine Imported into the EJnltcd States thai doefl not contain 600 fed to the pound. It is reported thai Ameri can fanners have heretofore Buffered much loss for lack of enforcement of the law by collectors of customs. The fiscal year 1900 was the ban ner year in exports of manufactures from the CJnited States, but from present indications the fiscal year litiM will show an even larger total of manufactures exported. The month of February Bhows a total of 138,000,000 worth of manufactures exported, againsi 134,000,000 in V.m. while for the eight months ending with February the total is 1288,000...

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. — 16 April 1904

SpmALjoMi h May cost too much or be too cheap to jjj i carry quality. We make a moderate 1 S Urge for strictly fireglass service; our £J ? operations are as neatly painless as a per gg I feet equipment and >i/6d«rn methods can H 1 make them, and. we, grantee the work | 1 absolutely. | I HISE J#tL $7.00. I 1 PLATES $10.00 | I ; I I Painless extracting $ .50 J § Gold fillings $1.00 up I | Bridge work : $500 up | £92 pt. gold crowns,:ss.oo $0.00 | i EXAMINATION FREE OP CHARGE 1 IwiIATOOM DENTAL i PARLORS § ftfl CLOVER BLOCK ( » 1 WHATCOM, WASHINGTON I I- , - S ..IIOTEL TAYLOR,... T. Cx- WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station . All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODERATE BATES |E. F. HARPST I •s V/atchmaker, Jyweler and % EJ^RAVER | | Friday Harbor % GEO. S. WRIGHT, M. D. imivsician ;and 'isuhgeox OI'FICU AND RESIDENCE BpriO| Street, - '■"rf Friday Harbor V. J. CAPRON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours at Friqay H...

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. — 16 April 1904

<§ gecond Cousin £arah 1 t«r mr author or % J SXT "AH** JUDGE. SPINSTER." "LITTLE KATE MIRBT." «« Q\ ere. etc. J*£ CHATTER XVl.— (Continued.) Thomas Baatbell was '" prepared Tor his MNter'B Brmnesx. She via* right; >!><• « AN chnnged. Thin was not the woman of two years* ago. who had Mine hop's of him. and whom he bad talked over more than once—who had been afraid of him. and had not been altogether wanting in affection for him: this was MMlte one whom he had Hcareely expected to Knd hi Sedge Hill. "You would ruin me if you coillu. then," he Mid; "you would stand between me and my share of the good luck which ban come to the old woman. You would live on rich an it .Jew. and leave mo to htarve, or steal—to go to the workii.-. or the prison." •I think that possibly I am in Hie iv." H«id the gentle'mnu by the tire place. iiiiruditiß upon the conversation for the first time; "you and your brother <:m arrange this little matter m much bet ter without me. Mix* Baatbell." •T...

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. — 16 April 1904

(T ft fit • Tired Feeling Pjo£fißsS£} la • Common Spring Trouble. >hJy Jss-u9^S§faPG^^!\ It »«ign that the blood is deficient rf=T\^^^K^^^^J^ ,_ vitality, just as pimple* and other I^^^Vll>L<K\^^l^MJK\ nfiona are sign* that the blood 11 )) U^N/S/ la impure. -~^~v^wv«w«. It 'a a warning, too, which only the The dtl e of „J ohn OJ|^ Hobbs , „ jy^ardous fail to heed. forthcoming novel will be "The Vine- Hood's SarsaparlUa retHorton fmg h< and PlllS her new novel "The Flame Gatherer*." p.move it, give new life, new eon*.. Uls ■ *»[ of Indla durl the earl 7 .Lgth and animation. J<™ °*f thlrt nth ««*urr. *n£****** the blood and oler the . *»» ™"-» BeH hag written a*s i*l6/ ~IC showing the heroine of "Abroad With complexion. the Jimmies" as a "honeymooner," a Accept no substitute. flat dweller, a housekeeper and a hos ' •I felt tired all the time and could not teas. *» After Uklng Jameg Pott &Co arfi flbout . .bile I could sleep wen and thetired out ft To , ume Mm|ed .. ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 16 April 1904

\ Orcao Island \ EAST SOUND i; \. Bickell made a b«si i — trip linghara this w■ i Mrs. Jas < >'.\'*.ii ha? a- her }jy^s\ ler daughter, Mrt ' louncUman, of i:.t\ JacV Geoghegari i-f i Tuesday on ; ie Buckeye fora business (?) trip to iellingham. 11. \V. Harding has returned to his Bast Sound cottage after a win i r spent m s< attle. The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. VI ihurch met with Mrs. Peter . Wednesday afternoon. Tl Q iv\ rime launch 6-uard, with Tacut. ami Mrs. Cutter on board, n •(!,' a few hours' stop hire Wed- : '.-day. A fred Douglas, of the Island Tele phone Company, has been busily cm* loyed for the past few d.;_v- in re pairing telephone line's on the island. . The little steamer [Pharos, 11 prop erty of "Tompliii.-' Fair.".is being painted and improved by James Fry. | fShC will \k* roady »go into comrais tiiqn in a few days. Miss Isabel Gregg, one of the teachers of the Annie Wright Scm m ary, Tacoma, is spending her Easter vacation with her parents^ Capt. and ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1904

the San >ian Islander VOL. XIV. =z:Churchiirs Men's Cotton Hose, 3, 4 or 5 pairs for - ■ 25c Men's Cottou ami Wool Underwear, per garment, 20c to - $1.25 Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, a variety of pretty patterns, 75e and 90c > (( kwear, in tecks, four in hands, bows and midgets, each, - 25c Men's Belts, ..... o- >c an( [ grj c President Snspcnders, our pric«, - - - 40c Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, pair, 10c, Iff and • - 25c dailies' White Cotton Vests, each, 10c, 15c, 20c and - - 25c Misses' White Cotton Vests, fleeced, each, - - • 35c Mercerised Chambrays, per yard, - . . - 25c White Waitings, fancy strijifs, per yard, 18c and - - 25c Turkish Towels, each, 12 l-2e, 20c and ... 25c shirt Waist Sets, pearl, - * - 35c Fancy Combs, new styles, 10c, 20 and • 25c Roman Girdles, ■ ... 5Qe MONDAY IS THE WASH-DAY and if you find you are in need of a CLOTHES WRINGER come in and look at the ::.!::: OCCIDENT, wood frame, ball bearings, ats:*.sO, or the BLUE STREAK, iron frame, at W. 74, or...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1904

The San Juan Islander O, a (( I.VKK. KHilor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. i Minor Happenings } Minor Happenings > of the Week. J Thnrtv-Hix Chicago handbook m;ik *>r* have l>»*«-ii ladioted. A mountain of alum 1900 feet high aud ten nilew in circumference has tieen diflOOT«nd in China. It in tented that Secretary CoTteiyoa will issue no now nwulntioun for nal inon tishing iv the u»«»r future Word from Valdai say* Judge Wick i-rshain Nvir«-H tltat Urn wintt-r oIMUHip of the THliantt country will !)•• not leM than ♦400,000. Thrw Italians have been taken into ouetody Ht IfuwillM la oonneotion with the supposed plot to kill Presi dent Loubet duiag his coining visit Ui Italy. F. H. Osgood, the Seattle mining man, is in Bouthera Oregon opening up the old Hammerslcy mine, near Grant* Pass Me Leafed it several months BgO. The oombined barreiter factory at PBOdleton, Or., which was badly crip pled in the C H Wade failure, will ■OOn resume hnrinct Portland capi talists will tiuance it. The BO...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1904

MONEY FOR SURVEY SENATE AND MOUSE FINALLY REACH AGREEMENT. Money Appropriated for (Survey of Ki<ii«l Prom Valde* to Eagle, but Appropriation for Building Road I - liost —Senator Nelson Has Promise*. Washington, April 19- —The senate conferees on the army appropriation bill, after holding °«t for two weeks, have announced to the senate that ihm have receded from the amendment appropriating ♦250,000 for a wagon road from Valdez to Eagle. The house and senate conferees agreed, however, to iBWt a provision granting $25,000 foj a survey of the Valdez-Eagle mute and $'-'.500 for a survey of the proposed route from the Yukon to Cold foot, the survey to be made during the coining mimnier. Senator Nelson got a further infor mal agreement to have an amendment made to the general deficiency bill ap propriating a sum of money, not yet Hpecified, for beginning the work of actual construction of the Valdez road. The general deficiency bill passed the house yesterday. The senate will un doubted...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1904

. San jfuan lalancUr " ' THE ISUVNDEK CO., PublUlieri. O. 11. cn.VKR Editor and Manager : Entered »i the poetofflce in Friday Harbor aaaeeon* class mail matter, Snh-.rli.tlon |-rl», .. »>•■'» J'**_ »>»' The Official Paper ol San Juan County. " SAT UK DA Y. AI'RIL 83, 1004 Tf Japan has annexed Korea the heir to the throne of Korea, who is .said to be hiding in this country, may as well come out and start a laun dry. Let in hope the English will not become so enthusiastic in their sup port of Japan M to induce Alfred Austin to write any anti-Russian poetry, The emperor of Korea would feel easier in his iuind it he knew that tho winning side would be willing to keep him on the pay roll after the war be tween Russia and Japan is over. The United States has cut off the salary of the sultan of Sulu. Still, it is probable that his twelve wives will be able to support him in almost as good a style as that to winch he lias been accustomed, Steam automobiles were ijrst used for handling...

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. — 23 April 1904

fffITAIJORK * May cost too much a* be too cheap tq | ! carry cost too We make too moderate \ | carry quality. We make a moderate 8 rliarae for strictly first-claw service; our g I operations are a* nearly painless as a per g | feet equipment and modern methods can SB feJ make them, and we guarantee the worl% £ *» absolutely- 1 I HIGH _^_ $ 7-0() I 1 Sates iio.oo I g- • -•• „—.».——.—• ..■ | | I " i I Painless extraoting .....$ .50 | I Gold fillings $1.00 up : | | Bridge work... $5.00 up J \22 p t. gold crownß,:ss.oo $6.00 j 1 EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE | IwiuwoM dental! i PARLORS I h • § Sfc CLOVER BLOCK | I WHATCOM, WASHINGTON 1 __HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. <j. WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station •' All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table. Service MODERATE RATES i| K. F. HARPST I ft Watchmaker, Jeweler and «■ % EJ^GR^VJE^R ' I if Friday Harbor 1 GEO. S. WRIGHT, M. D. PHYSICIAN 'AND ISURGEON OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. Spring Street, - t Fr...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1904

<&3©©®©-3©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©@©^|| I Second Cousin I /t| BY THE avthoh or ' TO? "I* "Anne juoht. spinster." "little mate kirbt." **« 4/1 ETC. ETC. T^ CHAPTKK XVll.—(Coulinued.) Mary Holland roue and »tood beside her. Her hand fell upon Sarah KiistboU's Htrii, and once more the clear look in the j .■..•< seemed beyond all deceit ' -Sarnh. leave me with my miserable little secret for a while it will be ex plained sooner than yon think, although I dare not say a word now. for all our 1 K,kes. Have I been so false * fri'iid j that you cannot trust me in « time of j common peril?" "If I could understand —il— why did 3on v. rile to Reuben Cnlwirk?" she said. j very suddenly and sharply—"why did you j let me go to London in ignorance -if his 1 address?" I "It was his wish that you should not n<«e him at his worst", I knew." she said. itnawerlng the latter question first; "and I wrote to him became those two hum li.id arrived here." "Reuben had not opened your letter." "That was un...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1904

Spring Humors Com* to most people and cause many I troubled-pimp^ boils and other eruptions, besides loss of appetite, that tired feeling, fits of biliousness, Indigestion and headache. The • ■ ncr one gets rid of them the better, and the war to get rid of them md to build up the system that hat .offered from them is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills forming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence, of unequalled itrength in purifying the blood as ,bown by unequalled, radical and per jnanent cures of Scrofula »••* Rheum scald Head' Boll*, Pimple* All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia, Eto Accept no substitute, but be sure to get Hood's, and get it today, HORTH-SOUTM-BAST-WEST ' . you wihw nn» ?T7 toWEJta T w**? /A WATtBPROOF / A OlfcEP CLOTHING / Wgk fcVKHrWHKRL. **S*^^T The bcit iwileriak billed workmen and flirty -.seven yvmts experience, hove made TOWER'S ilickco. Coats and hats femn the world over Thfy arc modem black or yellow fo...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 23 April 1904

pw> ~~~ ■ 1 j| Orcao Island ;|i % ' EAST SOUND • Justice Morrow, of Olga, was in the village Wednesday. • John D. King went to. ; Bellingham Tuesday on a business. trip. The Ladies' Guild met Wednesday 1 afternoon with Mrs. H. W. Templin. There was a large attendance. Mrs. Mary Crane and Miss Ella I \\Vxls, of Bellln fham, are the guests of Miss Woods' parents, Mr. and Mrs. j T. J. Woods. j .Miss L. Gra Philip bis accepted j ii school for the summer on Stuart! island She left for her new work! one day last week. Much interest is being evinced in i the coining ball to bo given by the Odd Fellows on Tuesday, April 26th. j It is expected that, 1 large number of people fro* butsido places will be j •present- and the ladies of East Sound j ure busy vt'th their- preparations for j ♦Ire .-upper, which is to be served un der Qic management of the Ladies' Guild : ■■ ' " Th( all absorbing topic of conversa tion these days is basket ball. There ; are several teams working each night after s...

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. — 30 April 1904

Che San "Juan Islander VOL. XIV. :====Ghurchill fs=i V Men's Cotton Hose, 8, 4or 5 pairs for - . 25c <» j! 3i,'s Cotton and Wool Underwear, 1 per garment, 20c to - $1.25 \l 11 foil's Fancy Dress Shirts, a varietj of pretty patterns, 75c arid 90c .< J !; Neckwear, in leeks, four in hands, bows and midgets, each, ■ 25c )► <► Men's Belts, ■ • ■' ■ • ■ 25c and 50c < \ > president Suspenders, our price, - - - 40c <j y , < ■ > Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, pair, 10c, 15c and - . 25c Ladies' White Cotton Vests, each, 10c, 15c, 20c and - - 25c J> 3lissos» Wliito Cotton Vests, fleeced, each, - - . 35c |> Mercerized Chambrays, per yard, - - - 25c <j ! Whit« Waistiujsrs, fancy stripes, per yard, 18c and - - 25c > Turkish Towels, each, 12 l-2c, 20c and , - - 25c ;ji Shirt Waist Sets, pearl, - \ - ■ 35c < <! Fancy Combs, new styles, 10c, 20 and - ■" 25c ', <J Roman Girdles, - •' , • • 50c |j \ DO YOU .NEED ANY ij Pots, Kettles or Pans? [ If bo come in an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1904

The San Juan Islander «t H « lI.VKK. Idllor. FRIDAY HARBOR W ASH- i Minor Happenings $ \ of the Week. * 9 It is stated that Kuropatkin will Hocn become commander-in-chief of the Russian forces in the far &ist. A agreement has l>een reached Ih» --twoen the house and senate confers* on the postoftice appropriation bill. The house has passed a bill provid ing for municipal incorporation, sup port of schols and chiv of insane in Alaska. The Oregon ptaunbcm' Umom bill iwsw«d by the lust state legislature has l>ene declnnnl uncoUHtitutiouHl by the Htate supreme court. The Austro-Hungarian diet ban l>een cloned by royal decree. The sudden Mid oof the MMton is attributed t-> " desire t<. avoid discussions of the rail road strike and rioting. The supreme court hus continued the title of Samuel M. Damon to an extensive fishery privilege on the coast of the island of Oahu, Hawaii. The OMM inolved » royal grant made in the time of Kamehamehu IV. The Hungarian strike committee...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1904

CLOSE Oh CONGRESS PRESENT SESSION NEARINF FI- NAL HOURS. Chief Work Has Been the Negoti ation of Treaties With Panama and Cuba-Usual Economy and Conservatism Previous to Pres idential Election. Washington, April 25.—The import rnit legislative accomplishments of the H^wions of the Fiftieth congress were confined to two subjects—Cuba and Panama. The reciprocity trade treaty between the new island repubio and the United States, initiated by presi dent McKinley, was made operative by » legislative enactment. The ratifi cation of a treaty by the senate and the subsequent initiation of legislation tonr the government of the canal zone commit* the United States to the con struction of the Panama canal oonnect ing the waters of the Atlantic and Pa cific oceans. The special session, now d«mnomi natoid the first session, wasc ailed for the express purpose of carrying out the pledge of the nation to Cuba. The Panama development was one which rose suddenly and received immediate iiction at the...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1904

San jfuan Islander! Till; l«i,AM)i:i: < <>.. Publisher^ O. 11. CULVER '•> i;r» illld M" 'i:1*-' cr * ■ '" *—-— , «sf~i~*^*r»™ Entered »1 the postollM* in Friday Harbor « second class mail matter. >„!....Ti|.ll.»n I'rlfo, "- »'•■-»» '"' ■_>;_ ■»' ■" The Official Paper oi San Juan County. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, IWM The bill to permit the importation of dutiable merchandise into Puget Sound ports from Isnti.li Columbia! in vessels of less than thirty tons i burden lias passed the House of Rep resentatives and is likely to become a law. It is understood that the bill. provides for the removal of i he mini- ; mum tonnage limit and that the new | law will permit the importation j of dutiable merchandise in boats of any size. _ — Business failures reported to Brad- Btreets for the. first three months of 1904 numbered 2,866, with aggregate liabilities of $47,304,132 and assets of $26,404,26?. hi number the failures .show an increase of 8.6 per cent over the first quarter of I...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 30 April 1904

;'| May cost to° much of be too Cheap to i St ca ' rr ' v quality. We make a moderate I * charge (or strictly first-class service; our, g $ operations arc as nearly painless as a per £ 8 feet equipment and modern methods can £ •* rake them, and we guarantee the work & ft absolutely. j S, 1 HIGH § 7.00 I IS Painless extracting $ .50 g g Gold fillings....: $100 up j* I Bridge work $5.00 up I IS * V M |oo pt. gold crown9,'ss.oo $6.00 B 1 , . ft_^ -. ' g. I EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE I 1 WHATCOM DENTAL I PARLORS I $ X.' j® CLOVER BLOCK to I WHATCOM, Washington § « • ■'• gfe HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. &- WILSON, Prop. The Lending Hotel of ; Anacortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service 51ODKBATW RAXES • I E. F. HARPST I j Watchmaker, jeweler and i : ENGRAVER i j Friday Harbor- I GEO. S. WRIGHT, M. D. PHYSICIAN JAND ISUHGEON OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Spring Street, - - Friday Harbor Y. J. CAPRON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND '. SURGEON Office ho...

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