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

The San Juan Islander O. Q. CtU.TB*. B«lt*r. ♦ FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. # <^»^^-^^.^^"%^^'^» ' \ Minor Happenings + ' of the Week. J Based on directory figures Chicago now has a popoulatiou of over 2,400, 000. The new million dollar bridge at New Westminster, B. C, was formally opened with elaborate ceremony Sat urday . A rich deposit of gold quartz is re ported to have been struck in the No well mine, on Berner's bay. Southeast ern Alaska. Colorado miners report interference j of the postmaster at Victor with the j strikers and ask the president to take action in the matter. | The Observatore Houiana, the Vati- j can organ, denies the report published j by the Tribuua that Cardinal Merry del Val, the papal secretary of state, has tendered his resignation. The Seward Gateway is the name of m new paper to be established at Sew- Hrd, Alaska, the ocean terminus of the Alaska Central railroad. A fully equipped plant was shipped from Se- : attle on the Santa Clara. Reports of the building ...

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. — 30 July 1904

SAW PUGET SOUND ■ .MERCHANT MARINE COMMISSION IN SESSION AT SEATTLE. I Previous to Beginning Hearings They Were Given a Day on the Sound on Board the Mainland ♦■t— Pleased With What They j Saw. Seattle, July 26.— When members of | the. congressional commission appoint ed to investigate conditions of the American merchant marine, for the I purpose of recommending government aid to the shipping industry, met this | morning it was with an understanding of the importance of Seattle as a com mercial and maritime center such as ' can be gained only as they gained it, j t,y a personal inspection of its facili- : ties for carrying on the commerce of j the country. The commissioners, ac | companied by a large party of promi- j nent Seattle citizens, spent the entire j day cruising about the sound, visiting ' the various ports, inspecting the ship- j yards and other places of interest. To ' use the language of one of the commis- ! sioners: "The party saw things that were a revelation to them....

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. — 30 July 1904

San jfuan Islander THK ISI IMH <:<>.. Publisher*, O. H CULVBB, •• .Kdiinr Manager ST Entered at lh« po»tofflee in Frida? Harbor as sewn;! class mail matter. BiibMrlptlon ITl*«s '. «l.a<> l»«r Yoai The Official Paper o! San Juan County. SATl'l'l W. .M.-V SO, KHM "Essau was foolish to swap hi birthright for a mess of pottage ii ho could have traded it for brcakfasi food."' __^____». -mmm Henry Wottorson can now retire at night with thu calm assurance thai he will not awake in the mop ing to be told tha^j they rushed in while he wasn't looking and nominated Grovor Cleveland, The speotaclc of Wm, J. Bryan whooping it ip for a gohi, bug candi date for the presidency i^ another il lustration of the truth of the adage thai "politic* make strange bedfel lows." * The Chattanooga News says Henry Gassaway Davis is a "Democrat of the old school." The News is doubt less rightabout the ''old school," as the tail of tl c "Mute and Methuselah" ticket began to wag over four score year...

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. — 30 July 1904

1 DENTAL WORK I=~ -. I 0 May cost too much ot he too cheap to & H carry quality. We make a moderate jl h charge for strictly first-class service; our & 5 ,>-,«. ratiqns are as nearly painless as a pet it *{ feet equipment ad modern methods can ?» h make them, and we guarantee the work £ $ absolute I.)'- * | | HIGH _^ L _ $7.00 j 8 PLATES $10.00 I , I I" " £ 6 Painless extracting $ .50 * »* > g Gold fillings $1.00 up | | Bridge work .$5.00 up f I >•> pt;gold crowns, $5.00 $8.00 ' | ,1; EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE I I WIUTCOM DENTAL I I : PARLORS ' I •A CLOVER BLOCK 1 1 WHATCOM, WASHINGTON | Go to Wh.vtcom for DENTAL WORK KOOin DENTAL PARLORB Graduate Dentists, with all the Latest Appl ' ancci for First-class Dentistry. Without Pain, and Fully Guaranteed Plates - $5 and Up pold Crowns - $5 and $6 Bridge Work - 5 and Up Fillings - 50 CtSm and Up rainless Extracting, SO Ci%. Free When Other Work is Ordered ALL WORK GUARANTEED Modern Dental Parlors DR. 0. C. GILBERT, M...

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. — 30 July 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION Author of " Roy Russki.i/s Rdi.r. " ••Cil.knkov," "Thk Kashionabi.k Mothrr," Etc. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) "I am very glnd to hear it," exclaimed K.Vrle. kindly, "ii seems like a pleasant «pot, and I think this pure, fre^h air will benefit your health and spirits. 1 • Ism have settled here, having bought a practice." "Skill we if., to Sir Reginald now?" returned she. at the end of their ani mated conversation. "I presume he is • sviike by this time." "Yes! at once, ami 1 hope 1 shall find him in<>>-•■ easy than he »a» this morn In*.'" Dr. Rlfe-tMtPUi made quite ■ loujf call, •<« lie had much to do to make the baro net comfortwble for the nijfht. and as Kth«l raw him handle the injured man •o icontlv, and Hoot him with kind, en couraging word*. »li« felt that he must jx>B«ew> a heart of almost womanly feel tug, and her interest and admiration d«v'|»elH*d. Viler Kurle Klfeiwtein withdrew, a late dinner whs announced, and in the dining room Lady Con...

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. — 30 July 1904

Hood's Sarsaparilla is unquestiona bly the greatest blood and liver medicine known, It positively and permanently cures every humor, from Pimples to Scrofula. It fa the Best Blood Medicine, 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. THE SEATTLE AUCTION, FEED AND BALE STABLE 1212 Western At, Seattle. 11, (Ik regular Auction Shies every Frlda\ at i p in. Horses, cattle, harness and a) kinds of vehicles sold on commission Hones bought, sold and exchanged daily N. T. Joltffe. Prop. Phone Bug 1681. 'JCDFF Map of Washington m muKmKim and information as to how you can dispose of your Farms, Ranches, &c. H. P. MAYNARD, til 5 Bailey Building, - SEATTLE !5!F ' mXL I D , 2£fj«3MJ B m i^w^ v'.^/fl Itf B^Bj- / >•••/»• ; »• ..•■'•is " ••!' •• !' •• ■•Afl>. ••;•••■.'■■ •- ..■•■•"•..* A 1•_ H' ' ?*>.-?' •■•-.•■ A^ 1. v ••',«..-) v>-^:...;';fe!-!.;...

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. — 30 July 1904

Orcaa Island WOK It AY AM) OL&A John Legbandl wont- to Belling ham Monday on business Tbeo and Oley Gaaseland arc visit ing at the Culver place. ('. E. Sluytcr lias his hay nil in. ami went hack to his work on the Buckeye Monday. Mrs. Andrew ;.bd her mother, Mrs. Thompson of Bellinghani, uiv staying witli Mrs. C 6 Wee. School will begin mq the Doe Bay district next Monday, with Misa Preeman, of Seattle i ■ teacher. Mr. and Mrs B. F White went to HeUinghatn this v<ek Mrs. White is quite sick and wi nt tor tnedical aid. Mr. Hyatt, of CMga, and Ed Nel son, of Doe Hay went over vv'tli Anthony Ohleri to Beilingham this week. i The Doe Hay Sunday school wi!' lie held every Sunday at the BChool house at 11 a. in. Everybody < or dially in\ ited. i The dance given at the Olga lull lasi Saturday ni«rht whs a line sic cess and very well attended. Mis Klla Moore supplied th Ice ereai I and cake. H. C. Willis returned 'his week From Excelsior, and is real glad to get back to old Orcaj....

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 August 1904

Cbe San Imri Islander VOL. XIV. 25 Its. Per Dozen || iii trade for cess <! . - ; ~___ 3' Low Prices on Summer ]> Dry Goods This* Month !; < I 1 _—I—_ < Straw Hats Half Price \: — CHURCHILL'S _ ]> Driggs & Nash Headquarters for Green Vegetables of All Kinds and Fruits in Season. DRIGOS & NASH ... in _ r . r . nJU -. ■■_■■___[__■ - n _ r ,.-.- uu -.. 1 .. '". - -■■-".•-■----■■-■ J ♦+♦» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦f»» ♦>+-»• ♦•♦♦♦»♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-t»t*» ♦♦♦»♦♦ Separators and I Farm Implements 1 have the exclusive agency for Sail Juan County • 4 for the. D. M. SIIAItPLESS TtBILAR CREAM SEVAR- ]] ATORS-—the Best iv the Market. Now is the time to buy. * Don't forget that I handle the DEERING Farm -; Machinery, the Best Made', and that I can sell you <; FARM IMPLEMENTS of all kinds as low as the lowest. <; /^y>/^/> J> - Vl>^^/^^^J^^>/^J^/^v/x/^>y^>*>/*^ fvwwiiVAwvw**" l\/v <k P. A. JENSEN j 4.44.^4.^.4..^^.4.^4 »•»•♦ ♦♦♦♦♦» »♦>-»♦♦♦♦♦-»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦■ ...

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

The San Juan Islander O m. fCLfIK. Mit«. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. fc-r— ——' """• -^.^ ■*%.-"♦--«s>.- 4<fc. **- J^*.^*-'^fc-» J Minor Happenings ( ( of the Week. * • •%. <%.-*► -^ <%* *%^> ***- • Rudyard Kipling has written a new poem, evidently in praise of Joseph Chamberlain and his foreign policy. Eight prisoners cut a hole in the floor of the jail at Pendelton, Or, and escaped. All were held for minor offenses. A strike has been declared on sever al large buildings in New York, under construction by the George A. Puller compam Twelve hundred workmen a 1 the Pullman «*ar works at Pullman. Ills . have been laid on" since .June l because ul lark of business. Ten thousand teamsters of Vienna are striking for higher wages, causing general demoralisation in many branches of industry. Robert E. Pattison, who was twice governor of Pennsylvania and twice comptroller of Philadelphia, died Monday at Ins home at Overbtook, a suburb of Philadelphia. Frank Ledger, recently convicted ...

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. — 6 August 1904

WASHINGTON COAL STATE LEADS ALL OTHERS WEST ! OF ROCKIES. production for Last Year Was Over Three Million Tons. Be-! ing an Increase of More Than Half a Million Ton* Over the Preceding Year. Washington, Aug. 2.— The geologic- j al survey's estimate of coal production j in the United States for the calendar year 1903 shows Washington far ahead of all other states west of the Rocky j mountains. Its total production for the past year reached 3,196,293 short tons, an increase of 515,059 tons over the preceding year. Oregon last year produced 91,114 tons, an increase of 25,496 tons for the year. The survey values last year's I coal production of Washington at $5, --384,939; that of Oregon at $221,031, and Idaho $13,250. The forthcoming report of the geo- 1 logical survey will show that the Uni ted States exceeded all previous records in the production of coal in 1903. The total amount of the output of the coal mines of the country during that year was 359,421,811 tons, an increase of' ne...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 6 August 1904

Sou Juan Islander THE ISLANOKIt CO.. I'ublUliern. o, 11. cn.YKK, icuitor atnt Manager! Bntcred at Iho postofflpe In Friday Harbor as Mv»n;i class mail matter. ■■ i ,;. I er '. < <i jheO"; 1: I Paper 01 Sun jnaa County. SATUUI>AY, \r<;rsT6. 1904 Over in RuSr.ia they find it difiioult 1:) have holida • frames that are not l>roken Up by discouraging' bulletins from the front. The Jap's have taken the wise precaution novcr to have holidays. Marquis tto warns iho Japanese that they cannot win on American sympathy alono. ltd probably under stands thai American, as well as any other kind of sympathy, <:>n^ only to tin- point at which it begins to cost. money, The county commissioners conplucl od their work as 11 board of equal ization Wednesday. As usual there were very few protests mode against r.ssessmor.is and few changes were made, The total assessment as equalized aggregates $1,018,000, The need ef divine aid w(ts recog nized by the Democratic state con vention at...

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. — 6 August 1904

hmikWM €- .. ny cos t too much or be too cheap to i» cv ry quality- We make a moderate ;» . „".,.._. for strictly first-class service; our -* operations fire as nearly painless as a per ft { i ■ ctlitiptnent and modern methods can ■ n '. Li uc them, and we guarantee the work ! HIGH a 7.00 GRADE $3^^ $8.50 PLATES "^OTW^ ${0.00 I Pinnies extracting $ .50 * Gold fillings $100 up * Bridge work $5.00 up I oo P t. gold crowu9,'ss.Qo $6.00 1 I FIXATION FREE OF CHARGE 4; „'-_ -. -_-_m ' : WHATCOM DENTAL PARLORS CLOVER BLOCK BELLINGHAM, WASH. Go to Whatcom por — - DISTAL; WORK UODEBH DEMAL PARLOUS I. ntists, with all the Latest Appl foi I'irst-class Dentistry, Without Pi n, and Fully Guaranteed $5 and Up i ■• ; 1 < i owns - $5 and $6 I . m Work - 5 and Up ingi 50 Cfs. and Up I v*iacting, 517 Otm. from When Other Work is Ordered ALL WORK GUARANTKED Modern Dental Parlors ! ;. >. (. (JILBERT, Manner tot Dock and Holly Sts., Bclling'hAin ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. C i. WILSON, Prop. The Leadi...

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. — 6 August 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION BY EMILY THORNTON {jsg«| Author of "Roy RnssKi.i.'s Roi.R," "(.IKNHOV," "THK FASHIONABI.K Mi)THm," X IC. CHAPTER Xl.—(Continupd.) '(). my dear Mia* St-Twrgnil, At Kate* certainly have In-friended me this time: To think tiint I thould have met thu« >ur beautiful self. Jimt hs you atari on ■ ramble, is too fortunate for belief! Which direction »hail we go. for ' a< on("° coiaiUtuta «iy-»-if your d"vt>t«Hl attend • lit " "Mr. Qleod«»aln*, you will excuse in* if I decline yonr »«nri<*a. I came out fi»r * quif?t walk \>j niyu.'tf. and therefore ■ball not ccrtuinly tr«*«p»»* ii|M»n your time." "Pardon me, my angel, my time in of u> raoaeqoenca at all. I mum inslal upon •oeompanyiag Z 0". »* I could never al low m lovely a Imly to stroll around without a protector." •Sir." said Ethel, now really losing pa tience, "there is no danger certainly to lie line! in the short walk I intend to ink" in sour uncle's grounds. Bui ilui* you aver otherwise, 1 shall i...

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 August 1904

Get Rid of Scrofula Bunches, eruptions, inflammations, sore ness of the eyelids and ears, diseases of the bones, rickets, dyspepsia, catarrh, wasting, •re only some of the troubles it causes. It is a very active evil, making havoc of tbe whole system. Hood'sSarsaparilla Eradicates It, cures all its manifestations, »nd builds up the whole system. Accept no substitute. |E. R. BUTTERWORTH & SONS, | | UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, ) $ 1921 First Aye, ... Seattle.* I Receiving and shipping a specialty. I l Telegraph orders attended to day or* I night. The finest chaj>el in the West. I •■^«_r— j _jH- ? Free Homesteads IN CANADIAN NORTHWEST. Also improve ranches in British Co lumbia and Alberta. Literature sup plied. GEO. MAY, Canadian Government Agent, 87 Sullivan Bids.. Seattle, Wash. $1 j DOCTOR'S Advice and Medicine sent on receipt of letter giving symp- \ toms of case, and $1. We have made arrangements with our board of Con sulting Physicians and Surgeons to prescribe for any caso...

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 August 1904

! Ovczq 161 and EAST SOUND ■ 1.. D. Pike left Tuesday For Blame. F (J. Head left on the Buckeye Tuesday for Belllnghara. Mrs .1. W. White left Tuts^ay for a visit to Hi ham. .Mrs. C. I. Woods and son are vis iting friends in 'llingham \V. L. Beddow, of Seattle, Is a fuest at thi East Sound House. Thcb. Spencer, <>l Thatcher, spent a few days here this week taking orders for apple boxes. K. Ready, "ofj Everett, who spent .'. few days here visiting friends, left on tlk- !.y<iia Thompson Monday. Mrs Win. Wright turned .Mon lay from Port Townscud where she visited her sister and other relatives. 11. H. A Hastings and wife, of Se attle, arc at the Hotel. Mrs. South ml and children, of Seattle] are also guests there. Judge Joiner, of Anacortcs, accom panied by his wife and two children, are enjoying an outing at the East Sound House. . Rev. C. W. Sears, of Blame, con ducted quarterly, services at the M. 1 E. church Suhdhy, preaching mi ru ing and evening. * .' ' sl Messrs! Roland...

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. — 13 August 1904

Cbe San ~)\xm Islander V ()L. XIV. li |35 Cts, Per Dozen \ |i in trade for egga j k I*——mm a a * M , z=^ „ -. j j» Low Prices on Summer ; > Dry Goods This Month I j! Straw Hats* Half Price ; 3| . ; < j; ! CHURGHILb'S. ! i; - >~~ ~ _ " ~ i ' ► < """^T "•'-" 'f";'", """"' ' ' ' ' '■■■ '"l"">t| Have Just Received The Following New Goods Snapper Fasteners, white and black, Needle Books, book 10c dor. 10c, card '. 15c Blankets..... 75c. •1.00 aud *2.00 Ladies' Underskirts.. and 53.75 Striped Waistlngs, yard 7c • Crepouctte Waistlugs, yard 15c All assortment of large Pearl buttons; Chauibreys, Pillow Tubing fine Muslins . i • ■ . .J , <-■__. For the.Men we have a Hne.of Trousers at $1.50 that defies competition; a com plete Hue of fall Overshirts, also Undershirts and Hose. In the "RKI> FKA'f HI;R" Hat at 81.50 we have a dandy for fin, also a most complete Hue of other Styles, and a good assortment of Caps, '""■ •r • ' DRIGGS & NASH , v __: _.■«._■... X-i .•:._. ....

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 13 August 1904

The San Juan Islander O. ■ CULTKK. MlWr. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. I Minor Happenings * ! Minor Happenings + ofthQ Week. j FiX» has deMroye^l the arsenal at Toulon, France. Dawson's horticultural, agricultural and mining expotution will open Sep t«'!npl>er 7 and last a week. Fine oysters have been discovered at Malispeua, B. ('.. a short distance up the coast from Vancouver. T)w Chicago Federation of Labor j ban pledged its moral and financial j support to the stock yanis Htr kern. Henry Cabot lx>dge opened the Re publican national campaign in the Kast by a speechat at Winthrop, Mush. The business section of Kendriok, | Idaho, has been practically destroyed I by ftre, causing a loss estimated at •bout $200 000. Mining on all Klondike creeks is mi derw ay to the fullest capacity Every claim on Dominion creek is running with full crews day and night. The state department in Baid to t>e considering a new plan for utilizing the diplomatic service in promoting the extension of foreign...

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. — 13 August 1904

AS TO CONTRABAND HAY SAYS FUEL IS NOT ON THF LIST. I'riiitip'P That Imports Are for! War Pnrpoi*es Might Be Ex tended Until All Goods Are on Contraband l-ist-- An ln<•idem of j W«mM African Conference. Washington, Aug. 10.—"The recog- j nitiou in principle of the treatment of i ooal and other fuel and raw cotton as absolutely contraband of war might ultimately lead to a total inhibition of j the nale by neutrals to the people of j belligerent states of all articles which j could be converted into military uses, i Such an extension of the principle by ! treating ooal and fuel and raw cotton ! as absolutely contraband of war simply | because they are shipped by a neutral to a non-blockaded port of a belliger- | wnt could not appear to be in accord : with the reasonable and lawful rights! of h neutral commerce." This is a summary of a declaration I bj Secretary Hay on the right of neu- \ tral nations during war. It was em- j bodied in a circular to American am bassadors in Europe, w...

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. — 13 August 1904

__^___ „. i »V —"-. ■ ' _. San Juan Inlander; Tin: i i.\M»!i: co.. r«:iVi«lM'is. o. n.cri\:;u l- litoi : ..-' Manager.: Kiitered at the postoJllre In Friday i; rbor as socoiviclass tnaii niiUtes. S. '.s.i:-i|i!!oi i Price - 8M..-.0 Per Yew Toe Official Paper 01 San Juan County. satdrday; M' rt ii, 1001 I'VTiMIMIN LOAD V\ I fXESSJ* ; . . - / -- Kill tor I-i.\m-i:u:. V. ill > ■ ■<: kiudly j <;i .0 tlii- iianios of the ihreo "m. i»f high inline in tluT'imly i <r truth and In '.^rriiy, nn'd i .\ ; yon" to whom Com j iNsJonor DoHtian, In l.is letter in the lii,AM>Kn list Hirl; ipfcrsas having -.)■ --jViaro'l :; k . "wiiiic— IS" i.i support ofJhe i' .■■ .ill I.' lii tlio , ill !i-!i."l pit)-, cjclings of tin l»onnl <>!' eonuiiissioners ji 1 mrntioi) v.us iiuidc of any witnesses. TAXPAYER. Hast Sound, August 10. Tho fjonVvOtnon referi. d to by Mr. I;^tiui wcrw I,'i'v. J. \V Patterson, I t.i\ i i Kirn pic in 1 Road Supervisor Sutherland The 1 published proceed i'l^rs of...

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. — 13 August 1904

[dental work! J May cost too much or be too cheap to j| I? cr.ny q""»Hty. We; moke a moderate I ft c -.,. v /,<> for strictly fitst-ciass service; our &' * opirations are as nearly painless as a per « « feet equipment and modern methods can £ i| iua!:e them, and we guarantee the work * a l . lately. • I HIGH 7.00 I | PLATES "WR* $10.00 § • -r- £ | Painless extracting | .50 | • Gold 011ing3.................::..::51.00 up I § Bridge w0rk......... ..: $5.00 up jss &, .i.> pt. gold crowds, r 15.00 fg.oo § % ™~™T,. I «\ I I NATION FREE OF CHARGE 1 ; WItATCOM DENTAL I I PARLOUS I 'fi CLOVER BLOCK W 1 HKLLINGHAM, 7 WASH. | §, m GO TO \VHATCO»( FOR DENTAL, WORK MODERN Dt'NTAt, PARLORS Graduate Dentists, with all the Latest Appl niiccs for First-class Dentistry, Without 1 lin, and Fully Guaranteed IMatca * $5 and Up (iold Crowns ~ $5 and $6 Bridge Work - 5 and Up Fillings - 50 Ctsm and Up Painless Kxtrading, SO Ctm. freo Wlje« Other Work is Ordered ALL WORIT. GUARANTEED Mode...

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