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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 3 September 1904

The San Juan Islander oh nnui Mt»*r. FKH>AY HARBOR WASK. ( Minor Happenings , f of the Week. J Montana forest fires have been checked by a heavy rain. The battleship Louisiana was huc iwwfully launched at Newport N«WI Stunrday. Jockey Hildebrand, on the I uryea filly Artful, captured the f.^.000 Fu turity stakes. A steamer is l)ing fitted oat in Vic toria to follow the <*raud Trunk rail road party in an effort to learn where the Pacific terminus of the road is to t* located. Representatives of eight transatlan tic steamship lines met Monday at Frankfort on the Main for a conference for the purpose of endeavoring to settle the passenger rate war. King Alfonso has undertaken to or ganize an international regatta at Bil loto, similar to the Kiel regatta. The king will present a cup and has prom ised personally to endeavor to obtain foreign entries. , Gen. Frederick Funston. command ing the Department of the Columbia, has informed the war department that he will proceed to Chicago...

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. — 3 September 1904

OCTOBER SEVENTH DATE SET FOR LAUNCHING OF NEBRASKA. Battleship Now Building at Morans' Yards, Seattle, Nearly Ready for Ceremony-Daughter of Nebras ka- Governor, >liss Mary Mick ey. Will Christen the Ship. Seattle, Aug. 29.—The United States battleship Nebraska,, which the Mo rnn's are building for the government, will be launched the afternoon of t c obtre 7. The big fighter is to be chris tened by Miss Mary Miokey, daughter of the chief executive of the state in whose honor the battleship is named, lv commission—about one year from the date of her launching—the Ne braska will represent an investment on the part of the government of |8, 000 000. The Moran's receive $3,680, --000 lor the actual construction work. But before she leaves their hands all of her armament an fittings are to be placed, representing a total cost as above stated. The formal announcement of the ■ t- of the launching was made Sat urday by William Moran, vioe presi dent and acting general manager of the comp...

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. — 3 September 1904

San jfuasi Islander Til". ISI \M»II{ CO., Publishers. O. H. ct!LVIS» Editor and Manager Rntored at th.< poatodloe in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. Sub*«-ri|.tl..i. Iri.. , - "■•'ol'" Year Pie Official Paper ol San Juan County. SATURDAY ; iMI'.l i: 3, |8W r ., ■ , — -r — REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET For President Theodore Roosovelt . Of Now York For YH-e-l'rosiiient ( lias. W. Fairbanks . Of-Indiana REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET For (loyprnor Albert B. Mead . Of VVhatcom For Unit main* Governor Charles E. Coon . . Of Jefferson For Congrm Will £.Humphrey . . • Of King Wesley L. Jones . . Of Yakima Francis W, Cushman . Of Piorce For Secretary of Stale Samuel H. Nichols . Of Snohoraish For stale Treasurer George G. Mills . . Of Thurston For Mate Auditor C. W. Clausen ... Of Kitsap For Atloriiey(Jriieral John I). Atkinson . . Of Chelan For Land Coinmisslonor E. W. I Joss .... Of Cowlitz For Supt. of Public ruction R. I; Bryan ... Of Chehalis For Justice* of the Supreme 1 Court Ma...

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. — 3 September 1904

I DENTAL WORK I » May cost too much or t>e too cheap to j| £ carry quality. .We make a moderate g> § charge for strictly first-class service; our ||j 2 operations are as nearly painless as a per fe 3 feet equipment and modern methods can ra £ make them, and we guarautee the work P «; absolutely. I HIGH .^ ■ 7.00 I 3 GRADE JKiTk $$,50 | $ PLATES "Wff $10.00 i [3 Painless extracting... $ .50 $ • ■ $ Gold fillings $1.00 up | | Bridge w0rk.......... ..... $5.00 up | $ 22pt.goldcro»rr4B, 4 $5.00 $6.00 || | I KXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE 1 1 WIIATCOM DENTAL I % PARLORS I b ' £ 'A CLOVER BLOCK ,o | RELLINGWAM, - WASH. I r...HOTKL TAYLOR... T. Q, WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash, Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station All Modem Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODERATE BATES ; E. F. HARPST 1 :• Watchmaker, Jeweler and ? : ENGRAVER \ jf Friday Harbor I 31. H. WYHII, JR. LAWYER Prosocnting Attorney ol'San Juan County FRIDAY HARBOR, - WASH. B. Ml SCOTT, M. D. JHYSICIA....

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. — 3 September 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION BY EMILY THORNTON (N g.^ Author of '• Roy Russkm.'s Rdt.k." Qxs4 •'CiPNROv." "The Fashionable Mothkr," Etc. CHAPTER XVTI.'-HContinued.) Rut the road Beerned very rough. <Jreat ruts had been made in the earth, softened by the long rain, and fbese caused bee to trip and fall twice. Roth times it h:id jarred her arm and drawn forth tears of anguish. At last the gate whs reached and opened with difficulty, then a dizzy feeling cams over her. and juwt as her feet stopped on the porch she fell for; ward in a long, death-like swoon. l»r. Elfenstcin had gone into the coun try, after his call at the baronet's, to vi*it a rather critical case, and did not return until quite late. He had reached his home, given his horse in the man in waiting, and then turned to enter his door. Rut what was rhi* he «aw lying in a heap u|x>n the porch V Stooping to discover if it might not be a large, strange dog, his fingers came in contact iridb a human hand, and from its »iiihll tir....

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. — 3 September 1904

Rheumatism Does not let* go of you when you apply lotions or liniments. It* simply loosens its hold for a while. Why? Because to get rid of it you must correct* the add con dition of the blood on whict it depends. Hood's Sarsa* parilla has cured thousands, POSITIONS guaranteed J5.000 forfeit placed with a Nationa Hank Jo make good any failure on ou j, M ,t. Catalogue free. Write to-day BETJTEIi BUSINESS COLLEGE, Tieomm Wash. ilpii Many sood homes are now anxiou about a Rood school in which to educati carefully reared sons and daughters. WHITWOETH COLLEGE MEETS At] REQUIREMENTS. Write for the high grade College lit •rature. giving full particulars abou U,e College. Preparatory School, Musi and Art. Follow these "ads." Fall term opens Sept. 22. P. B. GAULT, President. Tacoma. Washington. HAVE YOU TRIED IT MOORE'S" REVEALED REHEDY For your stomach and liver. Three doses will make yon feel bet ter. Never Failed. FOR SALE BY YOUR DRUGGIST Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. m «j tc i <v o ■...

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. — 3 September 1904

Orcas Island EAST SOUND Chas. IS. Woods left for Seattle on the Buckeye Tuesday. Mrs. I. S. Waidrip is visiting friends n BeUingham and Blaiiie. j. W. Patterson wont to Belling liam Monday for a low days. Ben Harrison made a trip to Bell ughUm the first of the week. E. V Templin made a trip to 801 l ogham tin' first ol the Wt » It. Mrs. .1. vv. Walton, ol BeUingham, is the guest of Mrs. Amos 11 ill. Miss Bowers left Wednesday for .Seattle, whore she will leach in one of the schools. jfrSi Hu^'on and three children, of Portland, are spending a few days with Mrs. Mas.-,ey. Miss Klla WchxJs, of Heliin<, rbam, is upending her vacation at Bast Sound visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs 1 T Woods. Ben Ketcharri, of Scuttle, who has spent the summer at Ka>t Sound as a guest at the Templing, left for his iiome Saturday. - ; , Frank Morrin and soil Paul, of Moran Bros., Seattle, spent a few days at the East Sound house, re turning home Tuesday on theT omp SOIL :,\ \ ■'■:■: ■ P. \V. Vallle...

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. — 10 September 1904

Cbe San luan Inlander VOL. XIV. -^Talk. "Witla ABOUT SHOES J^P/HIGH Mm cut ■SHOES I ** T P MWATER \K \ll ICING SHORT LINES MUST BE CLOSED OUT TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS COMING IX EVERY DAY— PAIRS TO CHOOSE FROM AND ALL TO BE SOLD AT COST OR LESS. :: :: :: Twenty Cases of New Shoes —the Best and most Stylish assortment to be found in Friday Harbor 1 Fruit Jars —_ Pints, per doi 65c Quarts, per doz 75c Two-quart, per doz. .: $1,00 THIS WEEK OUR NEW DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS WILL PROBABLY BE IN STOCK. WE INVITE ' INSPECTION' 7; P. A. JENSEN Are Here Again /j^™V t School Days Are Here Again /JJs|mV The Boys Will KToed [/*( I T >'e\v I'antH, of Course. 1 If V li We ran give them a bargain In same B 11 at 40c, or a pair of CORDUROY W 1 ones for only 75C- W StoclcitigS-^Witli Knee pants they want Stockings that will last, None better can be found than the «NO MEND" Hose at 25c Shi rting—We have dark Cheviot Twills at 12|c a yard that make excellent Shirts for boys, They look we...

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. — 10 September 1904

The San Juan Islander O. ■ OJLTBI. Mf«*r. WASH. FRIDAY NARKR J Minor Happenings , | of the Week. J Charlen.T. Glidden and wife have Marted with an automobile from Min neapolis* fur the coast, running on rail road tracks under train orders. About twenty indictments have been returned against Bow county, Mon tana, officials, whom the grand jury charge with stealing public funds. It has been deoided by the Columbia river oonfeenoe of the M. B. obuoh, in ■MittO at The Dalles. Or., to hold next year's conference at Moscow, Idaho. Fire lias completely destroyed the North American Trading and Trans portation Company*/i big sawmill plant at Uawson. The lost is 175,000, with M insurance. Tangier is considerably disturbed over the looting of a caravan by tribes men only a few miles distant from the city It is s^id the bandits secured booty to the amount of $6,000. The Republican convention of Ha waii met Monday at Honoludlu and nominated Jonah K. Kalanianaole for delegate to congress. The pla...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1904

KUROPATKIN IS TRAPPED JAPANESE BELIEVE HE WILL BE ANNIHILATED. Outnumbered and Surrounded on Both Sides of the River Escape Would Seem Impossible—Sever al Days of Very Severe Fight- I ing Around liiaoyang. Tokyo, Sept. Fuller details of the operations of Field Marshal Oyama j at the north of Liaoyang have at last arrived and as a result the ultimate annihilation of Gen. Kuropatkin's army is considered inevitable. These messages have come direct i from the front, where the Japanese I control both the telegraph and other means of communication, and little doubt is entertained as to their authen- 1 ticity. While no official reports are on hand at this time, this is believed j to be due to the faot that in the gen •nil confusion of the sudden shifting | of positions of both armies, the proper ■ subject matter for official messages j has not been gathered. There seems to be no doubt that the ! Russian rout was complete and that j Gen. Kuropatkin has been caught in .i trap. THe troops whi...

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. — 10 September 1904

San >an Islander THE ULANDEM to.. Publisher*. P;. CULVB*, Hditot aud Manager .itered at the postotHce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. ■ -" _ - —-r r-— , ,i.,. ri|>ii..u Price, - 91** >'<*'• >'■»' Tie Official Paper oi San Juan County. Si ; I l;l>.\ "> . HKPTEMBER 10, 1904 Sin J'jcia Count; RepuM.can Convention Notice is licn'i'.v given thai there will 1,,. Republican Delegate Convention for San .liiiin I'ounty, Washington^ held at the i. O. O. I. hull in i i-i.iiiv Harbor on Tuesday, September 27, 1904, at i o'clock in the :iit«•: pi-•■ .f »r the placing In nom in;,i hi of the following candidates lor (.'unit, officers, i" wits Representative, Auditor, Titusurer, ('lurk. Sheriff, At torney, Assessor, Coroner, Superintend ent of Schools, Wreck master, to select a new Ufpublicaii Central Committee and to triiithiiut liny oll»Vr business thai may properly conic before the convention. Tho basis "i up,. -■•.,: a. in will bo one dolpgutu for I'aci) ton v...

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. — 10 September 1904

i'DEHTAL WORKf ——: ; -I *, «■ 5 *? May cost too much or be too cheap to #, \ cany quality. We make a moderate &' :^; Ll i«,-ge for strictly first-class service; our f». £ operations are as nearly painless as a per {5 •j ftct equipment and modern methods can § 5 make them, and we guarantee the work p i absolutely. 8 I HIGH $ 7.00 1 ■ GRADE 4mg& $8:50 1 > PLATES $10.00 | 9\ Painless extracting $ .50 : j| i Gold fillings 51.00 up §■ » Bridge work $5.00 up g | ■:: pt. gold crowns,'.ss.oo $6.00 g. • • C! ■*; a «■ ;"P iMINATION FREE OF CHAlt'.lE I I" ' | I VIIVTCOM DENTAL I : PARLORS | *: CLOVKH BLOCK , Oh ULOVKR BLOCK I UELLINGHAM, - WASH. | *■. ' <t :' -«,.* **; * «->■'* ♦;.••■* '*-«f■■• -v**-^ f ...HOTEL TAYLOR... | T. &. WILSON, Prop. __ -. — ~ The Leading H&tel of Anacortes, Wash, Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODERATE KATES i h • ■ \ ; ;,,tii.o«t»f iVt •V«.i*.ii»V«V l •Vm«rViif>i IE. F. HARPST | ;£ W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1904

A DOCTOR'S MISSION Author of " Roy Russki.i.'s Rur-K," •'Glfnroy," "Thk Fashionabi.r Mother," Etc. rfiTAPTF,K XX Draw-in)? an easy teat close to the ren ter table for Mr*. ('him to occupy, Dr. BlfenstPiQ seated himself in his own onlee chair, and laying cat wallet before him, said: ••This. Mrs. Chun, In ■ little bag con taining something very much valued by the |>oor man who lihs just, left ibis world. I presume it will acquaint us with tin* residence and address of his n?ar relatives. In order that they may ix» notified of his death. I deem it my duty to Immediately examine its contents, mid as I do so. 1 wi«h you to be pres ent, as a witness to the rrauaaetion." The key to the. wallet Dr. Klfenstein found tied clom> to the edge of the ban tile. Inserting this in the lock, he nt on. » opened it and drew forth its con tent*. AH that presented itself to hi« notice was about fifty pound* in money, and a package of closely written papers. These were without address or signature, ...

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. — 10 September 1904

Catarrh Whether it is of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, or more delicate organs, catarrh Is ■ always debilitating and should never tail of attention. It is a discharge from the mucous mem brane when kept In a state of Inflammation j by an impure, commonly scrofulous, con- : dition of the blood. Hood's Sarsapar ilia Cores all forms of catarrh, radically and permanently —It removes the cause and overcomes all the effects. Get Hood's. THE SEATTLE AUCTION, FEED AND SALE STABLE 1212 Western A?., Seattle. Hold* regular Auction Skies every Friday ' at 1 P. di- Horses, cattle, harness and all klr.ds of vehicles sold on commission. Horses bought, sold and exchanged dally N. i. JoUffi Proo. Phone Buff l«8l. iliil Taeoma, Washington. Tlie Home School. Home life. Home i attentions. Home comforts. THE MAXIMUM OF ADVANTAGES. THE MINIMUM OF COST. l.ill Term opens Sept. 22. F. B. GAUM, President. See our next "ad." HAVE YOU TRIED IT MOORE'S" REVEALED REfIEDY For your stomach and liver. Three do...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 10 September 1904

| Crcas Island j DOE HAY AM) OLGA Oscar Vcireck is looking for work nt Bellingham, Bruce Willis went away last Sun day to fish for silvers. A small family party from Anacor •, .. were camping near Doe Bay this iycek". Two of the Gray boys have gone fishing for silvers on the west side of S;m Juan. School bogan In the Nowhall dis trist as l Monday with Miss Peter son as teacln r Mrs. Sluy.tcr and Mrs, Carlson .pent ; , Eew days at Bollingham the . fir-si of ill" week. Antony Ohlert took over half a ton .. dressed pork to town this week *t-imii around Doe I »ay. I ''The Gootch family have gone back , to FTelimgWin after a summer's out- ; }xn iii the Paternoster place. ' C. !-; Sluyter Ikis quit cooking on tbo' IJui'k'pyo and is cooking now in o'nc of Seattle's big logging camps. ' Alfred Coffeli took about 25,000 ft.. nf (vhitP '■:• from Sam Moore's camp | fo Spe'nce'r'H mill with his launch, but ran oul of gasoline and had to get I iipico Willis to tow .im in to the mill. Summary of ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1904

Cbe San luan Islander VOL. XIV. ___ —Talk. "With. JENSEN ABOUT SHOES |||? High CUT ISO WATFIP (VICING SHORT LINES MUST BE CLOSED OUT TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS COMING IN EVERY DAY—3OO PAIRS TO CHOOSE FROM AND ALL TO BE SOLD AT COST OR LESS. :: :: :: Twenty Cases of New Shoes—the Best and most Stylish assortment to be found in Friday Harbor! Fruit Jars — Pints, per doz 65c Quarts, per doz 780 . Two-quart, per doz $I*oo THIS WEEK OUR NEW DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS WILL PROBABLY BE IN STOCK. WE INVITE INSPECTION! pTaTjensen ++++ + +++++++++ +| » ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ HHttft TTTTTttttttT^. ♦♦♦MM H ' School Days ' Are Here Again '/j^^V The BoyN Will Xee.l [//ill New P»nt«, ofCouvne. 1/7 \ll We can give them a bargain in same f M at 4Oc, or a pair of CORDUROY S || ones for only 75c StOCUing»-With Knee pants they want Stockings that will last g None better can be found than the "NO MEND " Hose at 25c . Shirting-We have dark Cheviot Twills at 12^> ylrd that make excellent Shirts for boy...

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. — 17 September 1904

The San Juan Islander <> H. f.TLr>B. «dt«*r. FRIDAY HARBOR.- WASH. ' Minor Happenings + j of the Week. ( Chicago bulls predict f 2 wheat be fore May 1. The battleship Ohio ha* been defi nitely accepted by the government. President Roosevelt has mad« public his letter of acceptance, in which ho discusses all the prominent political issues. The Canadian Pacific trauHcontiuen- ! la] express was held up near Mission, | B. C, the bandits obtaining about $7,000. The regular meeting of the execu tne council of the American Federa tion «vf Labor began at Washington Monday. James Lowther, Oonserrative mem* Imr of parliament for the Thanet divi sion ot Kent, and formerly chief secre tary lor Ireland, is dead. He was born in IH4O. Col. Allen, of the signal corps, has received orders to return East, and Mnj. Russell has been ordered to take charge of the cable laying on the Bnmside. The Ottoman Hank, of CoiiHtantiuo- ! l>4e. has notified the American lega tion there that it holds 18...

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. — 17 September 1904

NO END IN SIGHT ■■ - j PLENTY OF INTERVENTION OR MEDIATION TALK. Nothing. However. Is Expected to KfHult From It fora Long Time. Effect of the Struggle Around Liaoyang Has Not Been for Peace, According to British Opinion. London, Sept. 12.—Still there is talk of intervention or mediation in •ii*< fur EaHt, and still there is nothing in it, nor is there likely to be for a long time. The effect of the struggle around Liaoyang has not been on the whole to make or peace. The Japan ♦«e victory was won at such a terrible price that it was by no. means decisive. Had they sucoeedd in capturing or an inhibiting Kuropatkin's army, the blow might possibly have induced Rus sia to make terms; but the present de termination is to light at least another year's campaign, begining with Har bin as a base. It may still be expected that if Japan reaches the vicinity of Harbin before the winter embargo be gins she will offer to end the war. This offr will oertainly be rejected un- less grave internat...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1904

San jfuan Islander THE l-i.WIWK CO.i Publisher*. O. H. CITI.VKR, Editor and Manager Entered at the poetofllce in Friday Harbor us second class mail matter. Balwcripttoa rH<«-, - »l.r»o Par \>ar The Official Paper ol San Joan Connty. SATURDAY, BEPTEMBEK 17, V.m Because a Republican id sore at the acts of a convention does not justify him in supporting a man who has never possessed a party principle. When he was a United States senator Turner traduced the American soldiers in the Philip pines whenever occasion offered. One of his wild-eyed assertions was that our army had deliber ately lined up and shot down 2,000 Filipinos. Is that sort of man worthy of the votes and support of any decent patriotic American citizens ? A. E. Mead didn't demand a fee from Eastern Washington grain growers when he worked for the Anderson bill in the 1893 legislature. Geo. Turner charg ed $1,000 for appearing at Olym pia in 1895 in behalf of the Helm bill. Yet he poses as a friend of the farmer whil...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 17 September 1904

1 DENTAL WORK 1 * ————^_____ £ <>■ umitfllEflKtffl ® : . ! : : «; May cost too much or be too cheap to £ * carry quality. We make a moderate *» ;|? charge for strictly first-class service; our % 0 operations are as nearly painless as a per ;fe. 1 feet equipment and modern methods can -i 2 make them, and we guarantee the work «* »: absolutely. M I HIGH $ 7.00 I HIGH $ 7.00 •? GRADE Mfe^> $8.50 1 | PLATES $10.00 | 3 Painless extracting $ .50 s I Gold fillings ' $1.00 up g 'I Bridge work.. $5.00 up 1 %22 pt. gold crowns,' # ss.oo $6.00 % ■«" IS H EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE £ B ■"■ •; .-1 ■£} _ r | | WILVTCOM DENTAL I | PARLORS I * CLOVEU lILOCK f£ | BELLING HAM, - WASH. L ....HOTEL TAYLOR.... T. O. WILSON, Prop. The Leading Hotel of Anacortes, Wash, Convenient to Wharves and Railway Station All Modern Conveniences. Fine Table Service MODKRATK RATES is E. F. HARPST ' I % Watchmaker, Jeweler and | is ENGRAVER | | Friday Harbor I WM.fI.WYNIf,JR. LAWYER Prosecuting Attorney of San...

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