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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1904

The San Juan Islander O. 11. (ILTII, Editor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. ■— -' ■"- -~ i ! Minor Happenings , j of the Week. i High Ball won the American Derby at Washington Park. Chicago. Carnegie has offered Moscow, Idaho, ♦ 10,000 for a public library building. Two British torpedo boat destroyers have been sunk the past week. The , crews were saved. Pauamma has decided to establish a coin equivalent to the United States j dollar as a money standard. The old nmdhosue and stables at | the head of Lake Lebarge were entirely j destroyed by fire a few days ago. General Porter, United states am- • bassador to France, has received the ' Grand Cross of the Leigou of Honor ! from President Lou bet. The Kpicsopal convention held at Portland last week placed itself on rec- I ord as favoring division of the state of Oregon into Eastern and Western din- i ceses, Louis G. Dent, recently appointed j United States consul at Dawson, to take the place of Henry D. Savior, who was transferred to Co burg, Ger...

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. — 25 June 1904

SLOCUM DISASTER EQUIPMENT OF VESSEL SAID TO HAVE BEEN POOR. Cheap Fire Hose, Which Hurst When Attempt XV as Made to Use — Total of Bodies Recov ered From River and Wrecked Boat Reaches 845. Mew York, June 22.—Evidence oi a startling nature, which doubtless will h»ve an important bearing on the ulti mate result of the coroner's inquiry into the General Slooum disaster, was forthcoming at the inquest during the day. Perhaps the most unexpected inci dent was the continued refusal to an swer questions of Henry Lundberg, a United States steamboat inspector, ■who was supposed to have inspected the life preservers and the hull of the ill-fated steamer. His refusal was based on the ground that an answer might incriminate himself, and he aot ,h! on the advice of his counsel. The coroner committed Lundberg to the house of correction, but later ac cepted $500 bail for his appearance in the morning. Second Pilot Weaver, of the Slocura, testified that he had purchased fire hose for the boat, and...

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. — 25 June 1904

San jluan Islander TIIK ISLANOBM CO.. I'uitlNiirr». O. U. CULVER, ' 1Ul" •""' Ha«egcr« Entered at tin* noMoili... in Friday Harbor m second olusa mail matter. s'lib^ripulni rrlrff. - VI-.50 Per Ye"' r;ie Official Paper ol San Juan County. BATUKPAY, JUNE 25, HKii t_-- -■ ■ -■ —————— "" tin: di>m:i: r<n: LAND Apropos of the interest manifested in the opening to settlement of the Okanogan forest reserve lands, the Post-Intel%encer says: "The trend of modem thought Is in the direction of the land. Men of the hour are in terested in future investments thai will insure homes and peaceable sur poundings for their declining years. • * * In former years the cry for land was not so noticeable as at pres ent. Large areas were open to gen-. eral use and few people thought of trying to bring tho public domain under private fence or utilizing it for persona] cultivation With the in crease conditions have changed. The demand for earners is probably greater and will continue to Increase, but ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1904

fIiENTALfORII S —~~•*** ~~^"' 1 j "• |s . =s— \ . >.'..■-■Cj,;.-*-^ , fe 5> x , v cost too much or be too cheap to % "i V , uaHty- We r m«lt,eV a 'moderate- * A "i!"i-ve fpr strictly first-class service; our | ,' .''ji „| S are as nearly painlessasa per M * '^ 'uuipmentand modern pcthodscan I ', St«tiiein' aDd we g^rav-^ the wori^ § \ 1,1 6 a +i i $.7.00. I I pStes $10.00 I I „leas exiruetiJij? $ -50 | ,-,,i,imnni:a....:'. i.. •**» up I „. xv ork V 0 l'P | * c .-op, goUJ crowns, $5.00 $fi 00 :> | % x v.m^ATION FREE OF CHAUGE | hvilvT^OM DENTAL I I PARLORS I I CLOVER BLOCK , a I WIIATCOM, WASHrNGTON '§ i?> > •<• / .■'■"" i: ;V; • •.'' ■ ■ r.' *■'.' |V F. HARPST. ' .| • Watchmaker^ Jeweler and : 3 : Ej^RAVBR- ; r | \ Friday: Harbor I [„..,,, „»:»wiii•MWMVftWA.W" I:».'.»«W.# W. H. Hoult j Painter Decorator Fine Graining a Specialty Flrnt-CliiM Work and \ J liriMin» le Prices ■ West Sound, Wash. | ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. a. WILSON, Prop. The I.cading Hotel of % Anacort...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1904

A doctor's Mission BY EMILY THORNTON gvgfl Author of " Roy Russkli.'s Rur.E," "(ji f.nrov," "Thk Fashion' Mother," Etc. riIAITKR I In hi» unusually pleasant office on It roadway sat Lemuel Gray, .< middle aged man and «uc<«e<wfiil lawyer, in deep thought. In his bund he held a letter, which, after a few moments, lie again carefully rend. As i! refer* to people and eveuts to be mentioned often in the remarkable story about to be related, we give the content* entire: Yoakera, April IT.. IS—. Air. Lemuel Gray: Dear Sir —It is with great difficulty that I pen the following, being very ill, but as tin object 1 have in view by thus addressing you Is of great importance, I will write in as few words an possible. You arc aware, being oiy confidential «dvi'«T, that I expected to sail for Ku tope. shortly, In order to attempt to un ravel the mystery surrounding the death of Sir Arthur filandeuning, la whose fate 1 am so deeply Interested. 1 wished to visit, in some disguise, the town...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1904

Eruptions The only way to get rid of pimples and other erup tions is to cleanse the blood. improve the digestion, stim ulate the kidneys, liver and skin. The medicine to take is Hood's SarsapariUa Which has cured thousands. HAVE YOU TRIED IT j MOORE'S REVEALED REfIEDY For your stomach and liver. Throe doses will make you feel bet ter. Never Failed. i FOR SALE BY YOUR DRUGGIST Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. CH A M I O IN MOWERS I>th» Out, no push. Added Power, cuts where others won't. Prices right. When you buy. Buy the Best. Buy the Champion ' Mowers, hakes, and Binders. ! MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAYER COMPANY First and Taylor St«. PORTLAND, ORE ! Fattens QUICK!]! Cattle and Hogs for market. Shorten* ! fattening period one-fourth. Saves Feed. FATTEST CATTLE. "I fed l'ru» l«n Stock Food last winter and turned j off the ratt««c rattle 1 ever had for the game length I of time •"| consider §^HHfI|HSEiVLfIH i Prussian Stock Food I HHIkS well worth the coat H^^oo PffO^^^H I would not be ...

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. — 25 June 1904

< Crcas lotand <i EAST SOUNI) [j t F Shattiick is spending a few ; days at Bellingham. I-; F. Templin spent several days , at [Jellitigham this week attending to i inline.--. Mr Winfield Ketci and Mr. : Ron Ketcham. of Seattle, are" guests ix\ the Templin home! Mrs. : ; »b1 Mall, of Pori Townsend, i>*speudingTi"fe*\v days with her sis ter, Mrs. J. W. White, and lici daugh tor, Miss Si ration, who is 'hero fo: 1 the summer. A number of East Sound people attended the <■. A. R. ciicanipmont at BsUiughain i!.: week. They were: •Col; J. B. \'< ■'. I. S. Waldrii), W. i I!, Hambley,. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Don ihue. Hon »r I. ilhelm, editor of 'The ro.tst" and author of "The Editor on His II.>!!'••. 1.1 '-mi." accompanied by '■Mis. „ Utor," were guests at the P^ast Sound house Wednesday and Thursday. Last Sunday a walking party climbed to the summit of Mt. Consti tution; They were: Mrs. .J. W. ' White, Mrs". Robt. Hall, of Port Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ; Geoghegan; Miss St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1904

Cbe San Islander VOL. XIV. SUMMER COOPS || <> :: <> Dainty Lawns and Muslins, yard . 8c to 20c 1.. <> New Line of Lace Embroideries, yard . 2c to 35c '.' > '.<! Ladies' Summer Vests . . , lOc to 25c !' 'I SOKOSIS SKIRTS—THE BEST MADE ' j> ji " . ', <! A few pairs of Ladies' Low Soe9, sizes 2 1-2 to 4 1-2 ( > ;<! worth 11.50 to $2.50— at . . • 50c ' ! <> Boys' Tennis Shoes only . . , 55 C *', Ji Men's Tennis Shoes only .... !> ==Churchill's—M; ! I i r~ " "■'■ "" ' ■" 1r t A SM^L Departure : — '~s. —^..■■ r w^>*fc—; I*, —^.^^^^ 'Hm WE HAVE ADDED to our stock a splen did assortment of Solid Gold and Rolled Plate Jewelry, consisting of plain and mount ed Rings, Watch Chains, Bracelets, Cuff But tons, etc., etc. The latest is Gun Metal Belt Buckles and Pins; Shirt Waist Sets and many other uovelities. To introduce this line to the people of San Juan County we will present to the lucky person a FULL JEWELED, ELGIN MOVEMENT WATCH. We ask you ...

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

The San Juan Islander O. B. 1 (iLTBI, K4it«r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. ' Minor Happenings $ * of the Week. J Dowie has arrived in New York from j Europe. Heat in New York the past week has caused many prostrations. Two inches of rain fell in Central Kansas Friday night, doing some dam age to wheat. Considerable damage was done by 1 lire suSnday night to the Driard, the leading hotel at Victoria. \ Lord Roseberry unveiled a bus relief portrait of Robert Louis Stevenson in ; St. Giles' cathedral at Edinburgh. ; Colonial Girl won the World's Fair ■ handicap at St. Louis. Hermis was j second and Mohanb third. Forty-one thousand dollars of the $50,000 purse j went to the winner. j At Trenton, N. J., George Rice lias tiled a hill in chancery for the dissolu tion of the Standard Oil Company, a New Jersey corporation, as being ille- • gal under the anti-trust act. ; The archbishop of Cnaterbury has decided to attend the general conven tion of the Episcopal church at Boston in October. Preivously...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1904

NEW REGULATIONS RILES FOR RURAL CARRIERS ARE REVISED. privilege of Carrying Express Mat tor Almost Wiped Out-Carriers Cannot Be Allowed to Enter In in Competition With the Gov ernment. Washington, June 27. New and rigid regulations have been adopted by the postoffice department for the gov ernment of rural mail carriers, which will tend to cut off a large source of revenue which they have heretofore ♦•ujoyed. It is not expected that the new* regulations will be entirely obey od without protest, but the department will do its best to see that they are strictly lived up to. According to the new rules, the ex press package privilege is completely wiped out and through a combination of provisions of sections one and two the privilege of carrying merchandise for h're "at the request of patrons" is reduced to a minimum. The postoffice department takes the position that the rural carrier cannot be permitted to enter into competition with the government in the carrying of mailable matter, a...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1904

San jfuan Islander ! lit: ISI.ANOKK CO. I'ublUhers. O. H. CCI.VF.K Editor and Manager, Entered at the postofnee in Friday Harbor us second cluss mail matter. SiibAcriptlon r.ic.-, - «» ■'»« f" V'»r The Official Paper ol San Juan County. BAIT HAY, JULY 2. l«M OIK COUNTRY'S FLAG Run up the Han <>» liifrli! Us star- -hill lieht the sky! Beneath it, stand! Let all ii- folds of light Proclaim From m mi 'ill night This is 'he tluu ol right And fatherland. From shorn |m mountain crag Let all salute the Hag That makes men free! Oh, iiiii 11 ever wave Above , lie true and brave, A land without a slavo Prom *m tqse»! Our rot iv cry one As Ion; i- -hii.i s the sum. One I :ilt wo loV.B— A flag 1 ■<* I'lininco tried, A tint; t •<■ which men died, TheSti>-«. and Stripe* our pride! I'iui-- <." I above! Edward A. Rand, Ill: II>K\I. FOUUTII ''The main-feature in the celebra tion of the Nation's birthday should be the expression of its faith in the greatness •■!' its destiny and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1904

I DENTAL WORK t ' S* May cost tag much or be too cheap to f carry quality. We make' a moderate W -harge for strictly first-class service; our • operations are as pearly painless as a per (* feet equipment and. modern methods can S make them, aud w« guarantee the work ? absolutely- HIGH $ 7.00 GRADE Mfijb HSO PLATES $10.00 Painless extracting $ -50 Gold fillings ?1 00 up Bridge work 15.00 up 22 pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $6 00 EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE I WHATrOM DENTAL | PARLORS CLOVER BLOCK WHATCOM, WASHINGTON ;l E. F. HARPST :f Watchmaker, Jeweler and : ENGRAVER % Friday Harbor ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. G. WILSON, Prop, The Lea4ing Hotel of A.nac?ortes, Wash. Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODERATE RATKB WM. H. WYNN, JR. LAWYER I'rosooutii.g Attorney of San Juan County FRIDAY HARBOR, - WASH. B. MUSCOTT, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Visits West Sound every Wednesday forenoon. Friday Harbor every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon Office...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION BY EMILY THORNTON g^mg Author of " Kov RussKi,t/s RVLS»" \&!& "Gi.pnrov." "Thk Fashionable Mothkk, " Ere. CHAPTER ll.—(Continued.) •• I dimes began 10 mend with him after thin and busmen prospered, and before *.\ yean i>hs--i«| n«-a,v. speculation had 00 enriched him chut lie found himself the poMc**or of million!*. Retiring then in private life, ii" bought rtiia place i" YonLern. in order In enjoy himself in a <imet way. But ill health visited him: m ■trok« of paralysis rendered one »id* <v>mi>arativ«ly he'lplesp^ while tlif HstUn»;i. which lie h«d hmi subject to for many yearn, Increased to an alarming extent. "During ull this rime one wild wish linn Ikmmi hi», and that was to solve Hi*' myitery of his brother's fnte. and so dear his own good name of th<> unjust ■UApirtoM thai still clung to it. Lately thin iriah ban l»e< i*niip uncontrollable. lie pray* that he may not die with thic stain ■till clingiiiK to his name lie ha* there...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 2 July 1904

No Appetite | Means loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and is often a pre cursor of prostrating sick ness. This is why it is serious. The best* thing you can do is to take the great alterative and tonic Hood's Sarsaparilla Which has cured thousands REMOVAL NOTICE TATUM & BOWEN, Machinery and Supplies. The office and warehouse will be] located after June' 1, at 1231 --1285 Utah St., Seattle, Wash., where the largest assortment of ■rood working machinery in the Northwest can be found. Old Mexico— Have you ever seen that fascinating coun try? Send your name, address and occupa tion and receive information of especial in terest and great value to you. A. M. RICHARDS, ,'O4 National Bank of Commerce Building, TACOMA, WASH. • ' II II ■ M in II II II II • E. R. BUJTERWORTH & SONS, | : UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, ) : 1921 Ph-st Avc, ... Statti*.: Receiving and shipping a specialty. I • Telegraph orders attended to day or* I night. The finest chapel in the West. I • • | We treat and cure...

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

__ — I * N^ || < Orcao Island <j • -^i! DOE BAY AM) OLGA Si Davis is soiling cord wood to the ' steamer Thompson at Oljjaj i Mrs. Morress shipped two fine veal I calves by Anthony Ohlc'rt this week, j .Mrs. Gooch and family are camp- j ing at the Paternoster place for a while. Mrs. Dana and family have moved into their cottage at Olga for the trier. The Pair Department Store of Bellingham has a large "ad" painted on the Olfra warehouse. .Mr. and Mrs. Omer Frcel visited with Mrs. Fred's jieoplc this week while on their way to West Sound. Clay Cunningham cut his fool last week while working oil the new steamer "Islander" and was confined j to .ii.> home a few days. \ii Lane, Win. Moore and Fred' ■Lane have gone to British Columbia tv look for work. Mrs. Nat Lane is visiting with her folks near Ol^'i. ! The ladies of the cemetery commit- ' toe have collected nearly $50. The : lumber for the fence is at Olga, but | Aney have decided to wait till folks act! through haying before...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1904

Cbe San y\*x\ Islander VOL. XIV. 7 , ■ .'■-.< ! SUMMER COOPS I S ■_ "' '"" l'Sa=g-a~s;^SgsS;!S^gsß— ■ '* «[ Dainty Lawns and Muslins, yard . 8c to 20c < <[ New Line of Lace Embroideries, yard . Be to 35c i ]' Ladies' Summer Vests . . . 16c to 25c -:{ || —SOKOSIS SKIRTS—THE BEST MADE— ] 11 A few pairs of Ladies' Low Soes, sizes 2 1-2 to 4 1-2 4 l| worth $1.50 to $2.so—going at . . 50c < <! Boys' Tennis Shoes only . . ... <jsc i ]! Men's Tennis Shoes only .... 75c J !!=^=Churchill's=^i y 4 SACRIFICE SALE of Summer Suitings Balance of our 10-yard length patterns 'n light, fancy, , summer fabrics will be sold at a discount of 25 per cent. Sale to continue while goods last. This is the best oppor unity you will have, to get a dress for little money. .' First comers have the advantage, so come early, DRIGGS&NASH V^ „„ W . w^ ....- ■ « „,«.,.».~^ ■»» + ♦ + +.■+.++.+..+. ♦♦'♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦4O ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ '»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦■ : Separators and \ I Farm Implements: 4 1 have the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1904

The San Juan Islander O H IILTIt. B4ll*r. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. t Minor Happenings , | of the Week. J Judge Winthrop has l>een duly in- HugurHted governor of Porto Rico. United States exports for the fiscal year just ended broke previous records by $17,000,000 Twenty were killed and forty injured in a WTeok on the Wabash railroad at Litchtield, Ills. Duimy d»> I»iue, minister from Spain to the United States at the outbreak «>f the Spanish war, died suddenly in l*aris Sunday. Secretary Hay has received an ap peal lrom the Armenian Bishops of IVrsia to interfere t<> stop the whole nale massacre of their countrymen by the Turks. American officials in France have given up of finding F. Kent Loouiis. brother of the assistant secretary of the navy, who mysteriously disappeared from an Atlantic liner, alive. Deputy United States Marshal J^eek ley, of Alaska, brings report that Frank Ledger, formerly of Seattle, lately killed two men and wounded a third at Koyukuk in a quarrel ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1904

PROHIBITION CONVENTION SILAS C. SWALLOW NOMINATED FOR PRESIDENT. G«org* w* Carroll, of Texas, Given Second Place on the Ticket— Previoaa to Making Nominations Miles Asked to Have His Name Withdrawn—The Platform. Indianapolis, July I.—The Prohibi tion party in national convention yes- j tl , r day nominated Silas C Swallow, of I Pennsylvania, for president,and George j W. Carroll, of Texas, for vice presi dent. The platform was adopted with out argument after a long deadlock in i the resolutions committee. It was de scribed by A. H. Amos, of Oregon, secretary of the committee, as the broadest platform r ver placed before ; tbe people by the party. [n addition to the planks on the liq uor question it declares the party to i be iv favor of international arbitra tion, a suffrage law based on mental and moral qualifications, uniform LsWI for the country and dependencies, popular election of senators, civil ser vice extension and the initiative and ! referendum. The trust question was] tv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1904

San jfuan Islander TIIK ISI..\M»I CO., Publishers. 0, H. CULVI>R Hditor and Manner. Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class 111n.il matter. : .rintlon_|-.le^ - •'-■>" I'er Year The Official Paper 01 San Juan County. BATURPAY, JULY 0. 1904 ■■ i ■■-■ ■■ - REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET For President Theodore''Roosevelt . Oi New York for Vi<'Cil'n isi(l'.jit Chas. W. Fairbanks . •Of ludiana REPUBJJCAN STATE. TICKET For Governor Albert E. Mead '. Of Whatcoro For l.iciilrnaiil Oofornor Charles E. Coon . • Of Jefferson For ( onirr< ss Will Iv Humphrey . . . ( ''i King Wesley I. Jones . , Of Yakima Francis W. Cushman .- Of Pierce For s<notary of Stale Samuel 11. Nichols . Of Snohomish lor State Treasurer Gepfgo G. Mills. . , Of Thurston For Slate Auditor C. W. Clausen ... Of Kitsap For Attorney-(i'liornl John I). Atkinson . . Of Ch< Inn For I.ami Commissioner E. W. Ross . . . .Of Cowlitz For Snpt. of Public Instruction H. 15. Bryan .... Of Chehalls For .lus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 9 July 1904

j DEHTIL WORK I jg May cost too much or be too cheap to 1 Mf carry' quality. We .-make a moderate I H charge for strictly first-class service; our j| S operations ate as nearly painless as a per 8 § feet equipment and modern methodsctn | Sg make them, and we guarantee the wo;fc j§ £ absolutely. ' ;'. ft I HIGH _^- $7.00 I I GRADE 'WB P $10.00 | » Painless extracting .$ .50 j| 3 Gold fillings :..... .™.....51 00 up | v Bridge w0rk......... ...........SS.OQ up | 122 pt. gold crown9,;|s.oo $6.00 1 3 • \ \MINATIOIf tree OF CHARGE ;j| | WIUTCOM DENTAL 1 I PARLORS 1 W CLOVKH BLOCK g I WHATCOM, WASHINGTON I ;^;,,VMmV«¥«VAVWkWWAVft¥fVAV«'A"iViYiWi*^ :] E. F. HARPST " I ■5 Watchmaker, Jeweler and 3: ;| ENGRAVER | If Friday Harbor | ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. Gr. WILSON, Prop. The Reading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash, Convenient to Wharves and Railway ' Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODEKATK KATES WM. H. WYNN, JR. LAWYER Proseouting Attorney of San Juan Countj- FRIDAY HARBOR, -...

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