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The Douglas Island News.
~~ THE LOCAL FIELD. Seo the line of dress goods at the Tread well Store. The Humboldt came in from the south Monday morning. The piledriver has suspended opera tions on Murray's wharf. P. H. Pox received a large stock of furniture on the Jefferson. George Bach and Perry Wiley have gone to their claims at Taku. A whole soul or a half-sole. Shoes repaired at Alex Small wood's. Bismark, the Cottage King, is build ing a new cottage on Third street. Mr. W. C. Boyd is in from the hills after a stay of about three mouths. Smallwood* the beach merchant, has a fine line of Geueral Merchandise. Marks Butterich and wife will occupy the house vacated by Peter Coggins. ! Mrs. Elmer E. Smith returned on the j Jeffersou from a visit to the Portland fair. Feusi's new annex is receiving a new coat of paiut that makes it look real nice. . Fur Boas in all styles aud prices also ; children's fur sets at the Treadwell Store. Krasel, the Front street tailor, has moved his shop next to the Slavoniau j saloou. - - - I The JefFersou arrived irom me suum Friday night and from the north about 4 a. m. Sunday. Wanted?A girl for general house work, must bo good cook. Apply Mrs. Erdal, Treadwell. If you want a real fine pair of shoes ' made to tit you, see Alex Smallwood at; the Beach Store. Willard Converse, an old-timer ou I Douglas Island, died in the Tanana in July of this year. The snow has about disappeared from the effects of the rain that has been falling all day. Everything required for the house hold at Fox's. Furniture department on the second floor. Ed Hardy and Jerry Perry, former residents of Douglas, arrived here on the Portlaud this week. A fine line of Men's, Woman's and Children's shoes at prices that are' right. Treadwell Store. The steam heating plant at the school house is a success, an even temperature being secured at any time. The Ladies Guild of St. Luke's Epis copal church meet with Mrs. Macilam ilton on Seeond street today. Just received a first-class stock of woolens. Joe Miller, The Tailor, Ju-| neati. Opera House Block. Peter Coggins and family have movea from their former home to the building on the corner of Third and D streets. ; Johu Diamond is wearing a beautiful J black eye. He says it was an accident, iu the mill, but it looks as if it was hand painted. For Sale?Good residence lot in j Douglas, 50x200 ft. Warranty deed. Inquire at News office. Lot on Fourth St. between D. and f>. tf. A spring that don't sag. Try our spiral spriug, guaranteed for three years or money back, for all size beds. For sale by P. H. Fox. Sam Keist,of the Bonanza'Meat Com pany, has closed up his place of busi ness and is now employed at the Doug las City Meat Market. Mrs. H. R.Garner returned on the! Jefferson after an absence of some time. She has lately been on a visit to California and Washington. The water in the pipe line between hero and Tread well has been shut off on account of the cold weather and danger of the pipes freezing. Chairs, Iron Beds, Mattresses aDd Springs, good ones, at Feusi's, at prices that will please you. These are new ; goods. Come and see them. A show, Thor's Vaudeville troupe, that was billed for this town on Mon-, day and Tuesday, missed the boat at Skagway and so failed to appear. Chas. Adams, the saw mill man, was badly bruised up Monday by some fall ing timbers. He looks like he took the little end of a purse in a prize fight. The funeral of Capt. Julius Peterson held last Thursday afternoon was at tended by a large number of his friends, headed by the Douglas Island band. M. J. O'Condor and E. E. Smith went out last week and spent four days at Auk Inlet, hunting. They brought I home a lot of ducks and report a very fine time. Beginning Sunday, Sept. 17, services at the M. E. church will be held as fol lows: Preaching 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 3:13 p. m. Prayer meet ing Thursdays p. m. R. V. B. Dunlap, Pastor. TREADWELL TOPICS. Ed Christoe is recovering from a bad | j case of tonsilitis. | Mr. Frank Gilice is again at work, j after being laid up for a week with j ptomaine poisoning. ! Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Carpenter are giv-1 I ing a house warming in their new homo j | ou Nob Hill this eveuing. Mr. and Mrs. James Christoe and ; Foreman Tatom of the Mexican mine; returned last Friday night 011 the Jef-j | ferson from their trip to Ketchikan. A small tire started in the carpenter j shop last Sunday evening, but was put; j out with little damage except the burn-1 : ing of the clothing of some men who I had rooms above. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Landsberg enter-; ? # I tained at dinner last Thursday evening j Misses Elva Galloway, Flora Wright, | Hazel Willis, and Mesrs. Chas Beuson, j ! Wettrick, aud D. J. Kinzie. A hunting party made up of E. J. N. Ott, Chas. Rudy, Marshal Tompkins, Albert and David Christoe made war upon the ducks at the Bar last Friday, returning with much plunder. The long grass which has becomo dry is one of the chief sources of danger \ from tire at this season of the year. It is therefore being burned now along the railroad tracks and in other places j in order to prevent the grass fires which j prove so troublesome each year. Dr. I. H. Moore gave another of his 1 popular lectures on ''First Aid to the Injured" last Saturday evening at the Tread well Club. These lectures are of a very practical nature and give some valuable hints as to what to do in the emergencies which so often arise in every day life. Miss Flora Wright, left, on the Jeffer- ? son Sunday morning for her home at Klamath Falls, Oregon, after spending two months with her friend, Miss Elva j Galloway, of this place. Miss Wright's j impressions of Alaska are most favor-? able,- and she hopes to revisit Douglas ! Island at some future time, on which event she will receive a hearts welcome i from the many friends she has made during her present wisit. Take your old shoes to Alex Small wood's for repairs. Remember the, place?Reach Store. Born?To Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hub bard, Thursday, October 12th, 1905, a son. Mrs. Hubbard and the new as sistant postmaster are getting along very nicely. It i9 said that Robt. Coughlin, well i known here, is about to enlist 011 the Rush in the states and may soon be seen in these parts with a Jack Tar's j uniform on. 1 Mr. Colin Blaine, employed at the "300,'' had the misfortune to hurt his I fiuger and it became poisoued with sil ver from the plate, making it a very ; painful bruise. Mr. L. F. Ivemmis, the pioneer jew- 1 eler, left ou the Seattle Saturday morn ing for a visit of several weeks in the states, during which time he will visit relatives in New York state. The evangelists that did Skagway are ! about to do Juneau. They do say John j Frame and Ed Russell are fightiug to > see who will be first on the mourner's i bench. Let the good work go on. _ Frank Vestal, the man wno aoes tne ; shaving down at Treadwell, proved be-1 yond a shadow of doubt that he was a mighty hunter the other day, when he I went to the Bar and bagged 29 fine ducks. John Feusi wishes to call the atten tion of Douglas folks to his elegant, line of furniture, comprising as it does j almost everything needed for the home.; Or if you need stoves or hardware you can find just what you want here. Wortman & Jensen?Plumbing De partment?We have added to our busi ness a complete line of sanitary goods including baths, toilets, and lavitories j and secured the services of a first-cla s plumber. Give us a call and be con-1 vinced. Born?To Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lind strom at Seattle, Wash., on October 9th, 1905, a son. And now truly the throne of Sweden is safe, for an heir has been born unto King Oscar (C. A. Lindstrom), and I guess he is not proud or anything. A meeting of the committee having the firemen's dance in hand is set for \ tonight at Spore's barber shop. The committee consists of J. F. McDonald, J. F. Henson, Charles A. Fox, Tex i Zimmerman, Chas. Spores, David Brown and Alfred Johnson. Nevada creek operations have pro gressed quite favorably the past week i or so. There is a crew of men em ployed there making sleeping quarters for a crew of men who will go there ? this week for winter work, which will be continued all winter. Something new and up to date. The I Tread well Hat for S3 at the Treadwell Store. Archie Bielich has sold out his in- j terest in tho Slavonian saloon to his partners and will depart for his home in the old country. Archie is a young mau who is well liked by everybody, and it is hoped that he will enjoy the vacation he has so well earned. Ed Snyder, the man who hails from Tenakee, was a caller at this ofHce last Monday. Ed says things are pretty, lively at the hot springs just now. lie is suffering from a very painful foot caused by stepping on a nail, and con sequently was not able to get around as lively as usual. The members of the Ladies' League in connection with the Congregational church will hold their sale of work in the church on the evening, of tho l(>th and the afternoon and evening of the 17th of November. A grand display of artistic work will be made on this oc casion. Look out for other announce ments. Baptism of children by Rev. D. IIol ford daring the present week: Eedit Kaarina Wuotila, aged 4 months, at the home of Mr. Eli and Mrs. Lizzie Wuotila, on Ann street, Saturday, Oct. 14. Toivo Willio Tuominen, aged 2 months, at the home of Emil and Hilza Tuominen on Beach front; witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. A. Aalto. Last Thursday night a union meet ing of the Douglas lire department was held at Hose Company No. l's house to make arrangements for a dance. A very large crowd of firemen were in at tendance, and after a little social time, in which solid and liquid refreshments helped some, it was voted to give a big firemen's dance on November 3,1905. Committees are now busy making final arrangements. North Star Lodge No. 2, K. of P., of this city, held a social on last Thursday night at their hall, in honor of the Oth anniversary of the founding of the lodge in this city. The program con sisted of illustrated songs sung by Fred Blackford, and other musical numbers. Good refreshments helped the other parts of the program make it a very enjoyable affair and much enjoyed by the K -of P.'s and their families who were there. The Daily Record-Miuer, of Juneau, has been sold by W. S. Coutant, the present owner, to a company at the dead of which is J. B. Denny. Mr. Denny will be editor and manager, and enters the newspaper field, we suppose, with the characteristic amount of en thusiasm and resolved to right all wrongs and bring peace and happiness unto all Alaska and parts of Juneau. The new people will probably soon be content to make an even break with their creditors and let the peace and happiness of the people go. ims~oe STYLES IN LADIES' WAISTS ARE IN We can show you a nice assortment in Wool, Mercer ised, Silk, Satin. A nice house waist, $1.50 Street Waist, Tommy 'Atkins Style at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $5.00 4408 Evening Waists in delicate * shade, in White, Cream, Pink, Blue, Tan, from $3.50 to $15.00 You are cordially invited to inspect this line. P. H. FOX Dealer in General Merchandise DOUGLAS, ALASKA Qrf of Headaches are caused /U by Eye strain; cau be cur ed permaneutly by proper fitted glasses L J. SHAR1CK, optician, JUNEAU 90#999999####9#9wv\wwwwwwwv\99###99# ######## i I 11 ? 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