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i May cost too much or be too cheap to
carry quality. We vmake .a moderate
charge for strictly first-class service; our
operations are an nearly painless as aper
feet equipment and modern methods can
make them, and we guarantee the work
HIGH - $ 7.00
GRADE JB^ $8.50
PLATES *WWBJ $10.00
Painless extracting...... $ .50
Gold fillings .$1 00 up
Bridge work '..: $5.00 up
22.pt. gold crowns, $5.00 $6 00
EXAMINATION FKKE OF CHARGE
BELMNGUAM, > WASH.
GO TO BELLINGHAM FOR
lietter Work for Less Money
than in Seattle. Best Equip
ment in the State.
Plates Guaranteed $*.OO and up
Fillings SOo and up
Painless Extracting sOc
All Work Guaranteed
Modern Dental Parlors
DR. 0. C. GILBERT, Mgr.
Cor. Dock & Holly, opp. Beck's Theater
You may think the flour you are wing is about
m white a* flour can be.' Yet if you place it beade
it will look yellow by companion. Aik your
grocer tor Patent Excellent— became pure*.
NOVELTY MILL CO.
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*j^*w^M< Ps^h a fine and
n&^lm^^MmmFmk .w complete
foods, including Medium Heavy
Farm Harness, double; Buggy
Harness, single; Farm Harness,
single; Whips, Robes, Collars, Bri
dles, Fly Nets, Saddles, and in fact
anything you need for the horse.
All kinds of repair work
promptly and well done
Second door below court house
FRIDAY HARBOR, - WASH
If You Want
Farm or Town
List It With
526, 17th Aye. North
all intending settlers
who come to Pnget Sound come
first to Seattle. I can see them and
tny familiarity with San Juan
County Property enables me to rep
resent it truthfully and to the best
No Sale, No Charge
Hrca 5* 84. M-
Miss Grace Waldron is visiting
Wesley Langell returned from Bel
lingham on Tuesday.
The Ladies' Aid will give a bazaar
the first week in December.
Captain N. P. G regg l"ftyesterday
for Seattle to spend a week.
Mr. Dayton Reddick and Mrs. Red
dick were Bellingham visitors last
Miss Belle Williams spent Thanks
snvicg in Bellingnam with her par
The annual supper and ball of the
Odd Fellows' was held in their hall
Miss Maude Head has been con
fined to the house this week with an
attack of tonsilitis.
Grace Fay is at home from the
Xoni:al School at Bellingham for the
Mr. Arthur Laugell enjoyed an
unusually pleasant Thanksgiving
which he spent with friends in Bel
Arnold Warren met with a pain
ful accident at school on Monday.
While playing, he fell out of a window
and broke his arm,
Rev. Dr. Spencer A. Sulliger, pre
siding elder of this district, held ser
vices in the Methodist church on
Thanksgiving d iy at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Nova, Wesley and Arthur Langell,
John Whiteley and Frank Shattuck
drove to West Sound to the turkey
shoot on Tuesday. Frank* Shattuck
was high gun.
Miss Templin gave a luncheon on
Tuesday at which she entertained
Mrs. C. E. Woods, Mrs. Estyn Chal
mers, Mrs. Kallock, of Bellingham,
and Miss Cecil Waldrip.
In honor of his Gancee, Miss Dor
othy Smith, of Bellingham, Mr. Bert
Chalmers gave a dinner and dance on
Saturday night, to which a number
of East Sound people were invited.
The Madrona club met with Mrs.
Amos Hill on Thursday. Mrs. Rudow
gave current events and the remairi
der of the afternoon was given over
to the appointment of the committees
for the coming six months by the
president, Mrs. Waldrip.
FOR SALE—The hull of torpedo motor
boat. Imp. Length 18 feet. No fittings
exppnt. rudder, shoe and one Auto Spark
er, Motsing*>r device. Never been used.
W. J. Gilmore, Roche Harbor.
FGR SALE OR TRADE—One good
saddle pony broken for lady to ride. I
also want to buy small team, or one large
mare. Must be young. Jas. Harwood,
East Sound, Wash. R. F. D, No. 1.
Dry batteries at Churchill's, only 30
H. Krack is packing apples on San
Juan this week.
H. S. Cowell, of the Cowell Lime
Co., was here on business the first of
Rev. O. I. Bennett, of Lopez, will
hold services here Sunday morning
Kirk McLachlan has quit the Str.
Islander and is again master of the
Mrs., George Cruikshank and son
visited Friday Harbor friends the
first of the week.
W. P. Cadwell returned Wednes
day frorc a business trip to Belling
ham -iud Seattle.
Quite a number of persons from
here attended the ball at West Sound
O. L. Loos has ordered a four
horse power Gray engine for the
twenty foot launch which he is now
The school will be closed here until
January on account of the scarlet
fever. There are four cases at
present, in three families.
There will be an oyster supper and
program at the school house Satur-,
day evening, Dec. 15, the proceeds to
go towards paying for the piano.
FOR SALE:—Empire Cream Separa
tor, 500-gallon capacity. Will sell cheap
for cafth. Inquire of J. Broder, Friday
Harbor, Wash. 4-28-tf
FOR SALE—Small fruit mnch, with
good house and well, in town of Friday
Harbor. Cheap .and on easy, terms. En
quire of L. J. Jrwin, Friday Harbor.
Among the heaviest wholesale and re
tail dealers in the northwest in paints,
pure boiled linseed oil, white lead, glass,
brushes, plate glass, door•, windows,
deadening felt, sheeting paper. Barret's
roofing felt, asphalt, pitch, ready roofing,
galvanized and painted corrugated iron
and building materials in general, is the
Mor.-e Hardware Co. of Bellingbam, Wn.
Chase Bros, have remodeled their
Mrs. T. J. Kettles is reported much
J. E. Barker is home to spend a
Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin have return
from a business trip to Olympia.
Mrs. Pavid Chase has returned
from a visit with relatives in Seattle.
Alex. Chalmers and son Bert have
been spending a few days in Belling
The cold wave which we are hav
ing is indeed remarkable for this time
The Bay View Grocery has a new
railing around the gravel walk to
Mr. Estyn Chalmers has engaged a
family from Bellingham to work on
his place for a year.
Ben Milton went to Friday Harbor
Wednesday. His hand is improving
but he is not able to work yet.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Van Horn, of
Bellingham, arrived Wednesday to
spend ' hanksgiving with relatives
The M. W. A. gave a big dance in
their hall Thursday. The turkey
shoot that they gave Tuesday was
John Clark has $old his ranch to
Mr. Daoullara's son-in-law, Mr. Mor
rison, whose household furniture ar
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Horse,
weight 1,200 lbs., good worker; will sell
cheap or exchange for anything lean use.
No reasonable offer refused. A. S. Lam
bert, residence on Firth place, south end
of San Juan island.
FOR SALE—I2O Egg Incubator and
Brooder. Practically new. Will sell
ch^ap if taken at once. Enquire at this
The Waldronites had a very enjoy
able dance at. the Orcas hall Monday
Miss Edith Clift was the guest of
Miss Cecil Sanders Wednesday and
A Christmas tree and dance will be
given in the Orcas hall Christmas
night. Everybody come and have a
Quite a number of Orcas people
attended the dance at West Sound
Thanksgiving eve. All report having
had a fine time.
G. W. Woolard had the misfortune
to have one of his fingers broken a
few days ago by a kick from a horse.
It is improving very nicely.
A suprise party was given at Capt.
Backman's last Saturday night.
Games were the principal amuse
ment of the evening and at midnight
light refreshments were served.
Hf** 40 Sq.Mflcs
Pop. #50 •
Quite frosty nights.
Mumps are getting scarce here now.
O. B. Hansen has moved into his
W. M. Taylor is confined to the
house with mumps.
Miss Pearl Snyder returned to
Mrs. L. P. Schruder went to Seat
tle last week to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lock wood have
moved into their fine new house.
S. Jorgensen died at his home
Tuesday night, Oct. 27, aged 85 years.
AH report a fine time at the tur
key raffle at Port Stanley last Sat
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Hodg
son, Tuesday, Nov. 13, a 10 pound
boy. No cigars.
Joe Cousins has Bartlett's well
drilled 72 feet. Considerable trouble
is caused by sand.
Jas. Higgins returned to British
Columbia last week, where he is em
ployed in the woods.
Mrs. Lydia Sohl, of Bellingham, was
called here last week by the serious
illness of her father, S. Gorgensen.
The Modern Woodmen of America,
Lopez Camp 5857, will give their an
nual ball Dec. 28. Everybody invited.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jorgensen have
moved their household effects onto
the place they recently purchased
THE STONE-FISHER CO. Begs to an
nounce to the people of San Juan
County that it has decided to with
draw from business in Bellingham. The
interests of this organization in Seattle and
Tacoma have grown at such a rate as to
call for all the time, capital and attention
available. The stock now in the Fair De
partment Store, Aggregating One-Hundred
and Fifty Thousand Dollars, will, commen
cing MONDAY MORNING NEXT, be offered
at reduced prices. In fact, everything, ex
cepting a few contract goods, will be em
phatically marked down. By reason of the
fact that a great many people depend for
their daily needs on this store, there will
be no closing to prepare for the sale. On
Monday morning, December 3, at 9 o'clock,
we shall begin the actual closing-out sale.
The Great Pale will afford a most ex
ceptional opportunity to secure- at low pri
ces numberless articles suitable for CHRIST
MAS PRESENTS and everything needful for
Men, Women and Children to Eat, to Wear
and to Use.
Fair Department Store,
The Stone-Fisher Co., Proprietors
fr Jm P. Schruder.
Mrs. E. S. Ireland returned from
Bellingham last week after spending
several days with her daughter and
family. She reports a granddaugh
ter, born Nov. 7.
Don't let your apples go to waste on the
ground. Pick them up and send them to
us. We can use them. Anacortes Cream
ery Co. 9-29-tf
WANTED—Six Cows or more, fresh now
or within six weeks. Inquire at Island
er ofhee. "
FOB SALE —Small Jersey Cow, will
soon be fresh. Enquire of V. C. Doylb,
San Juan Valley.
I Stuart Island
We are pleased to note tbat Mr.
O'Neill is again able to be out, al
though he still limps.
Mr. and Mrs. Mattson entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Borchers and children
at dinner on Sunday.
A merry party left here Saturday
for Roche Harbor to attend Miss Jen
nie Johnson's birthday dance.
Mrs. A- Chevalier and Miss Olga
Cook called at the light station Sun
day while out horseback riding.
Sam Rudstein, who is speeding the
winter with Mr. Johnson, returned
Saturday from a trip to Bellingham.
Mr. and Mrs. Droullard and Master
Frederick ate their Thanksgiving
dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A most delightful party was given
at the residence of Christ Cook in
honor of Miss Olga's 16th birthday,.
Cards were the feature of the evening
and most delicious refreshments were
served. The invited guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Mattson, Mr. and Mrs.
Chevalier, Messrs. Clyde, Charles and
Gus Miller, Johnson and Knopf, Mas
ters Walter Mattson, Richard Chev
alier and Baby Chevalier.
Your stomach churns and digests the
food you eat and if foul, or torpid or out
of order, your whole system suffers from
blood poison. HolHster's Rooky Moan
tain Tea keeps yon well 35 cents. Tea or
Tablets. Friday Harbor Drug Co.
If you want lots of money to spend
Xmas send ns your apples and we will
furnish you the cash. Anacortes Cream
ery Co. 9-29-tf
FOR SALE-One full blood Red Poll
Ball, three years old, for |80. J.T.Whitb
lkt, East Sound.
In every clime its colors are unfurled
Its fame has spread from sea to sea;
Be not suprised if in the other world,
Tou hear of Rocky Mountain Tea.
Friday Harbor Drug Co.
Golden Rule Carpet Works
Friday Harbor, Wash.
Up-to-date Four-Harness, Flying Shuttle
Loom. Many different weaves such as
plain cloth and kersey and zigzag twills.
Warp furnished at cost. Bring your rags
We Are Getting
but Biill want more.
Send them to as and
we will send yon the
oaah. We pay
F. O. B. Btr. Islander
for Good Canning
Apples. Give Us a
Anacortes Creamery Co.
FOR SALE-Shropshire ram Jf^Jfl
Poland China pigs and Shorthorn dv
caW«»-All thoroughbreds. John sw*
kmky, Friday Harbor.