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THE LOCAL FIELD. Ah,happy hills! ah, pleasing: shade! Ah,fields beloved in vain! Where once my careless childhood stray'd, I * stranger yet to puin. ?ales that from ye blow ? t.iry bliss bestow, waving fresh their gladsome wing, ?.y soul they seein to smooth, ? ! i!i- it jo.v and youth, .itheu second spring. ?Gkay. Eagle Cigar Store. David Brown is painting his house. The Sans Souci is in the hands of the painters. Go to the Eagle Cigar Store for a good smoke. Charlie Fox made a trip to Footer Bay last week. Try Small wood for your next suit; a! fit guaranteed. Dr. Albert Rogers is now located at I Pogue, Washington. Eagle Uuderwear at $2.50 a suit while they last. Treadwell Store. Dr. Carl M. Harrison and wife re turned to Douglas last week. Lumberman Geo. E. James will go - up to Yankee Cove tomorrow. Charlie Fox left last night on the Str. Jefferson for the sunny south. Mr. Al. McLean,recently from Idaho, is employed at the Douglas News De pot. J. P. Corbus, formerly superinten dent of the Treadwell mines is now liv ing at Seattle. Uncle George Riedi is back from his claims, aDd says that he enjoyed the trip thoroughly. Let us take your measure for a suit; of clothes, fit aud style guaranteed.1 Treadwell Store. No more blue Mondays if you have a Majestic Rotary Washer. For sale by Wortman & Jeusen. John Gordon has located on Wash ington creek, near Eagle City. He will spend the winter there. We are closing out our line of Eagle underwear for 32.50 a suit, regular price ?3.40. Treadwell Store. i Anton Krasel, the tailor, has moved to the building next door to Henry i Berry's "Clay" factory. Postmaster R. R. Hubbard and son Louie left Sunday on the Humboldt; for a short visit to Seattle. The frout of the Wortman & Jensen hardware store ou Second street is i receiving a coat of paint. Wanted, a good, strong man to help land tbe Seattle at the Douglas wharf. ?Jack McCormick preferred. Workmen began this morning tear- j ing away the porch aud preparing to move the Chisbolm building. Joe Miller, the Juneau Tailor, will! make you a Fall suit. See the fine stock of cloth to select from. Mrs. Baiquist and children returned home on the Humboldt from an ex-! tended visit to Sound points. Try the Treadwell Store for your .vxt suit of clothes. Largest assort-1 merit at prices that are right. The Cougregatiooal Church is now resplendent with new paint, and a much needed improvement it was. 1). J. Small wood, ageut for the New York Life Iusurance Company, made a busioess trip to Skagway last week. 1 The O'Connor and Smith hunting party which started out last week in cluded Charlie Spores and Frank Gillice. The contract for planking D street and moving the Chisholm building was awarded to Bert Webster and John Peterson. Judge Bach and Peter Gilovich went down to Limestoue with George Bach in his launch last week, returning Monday. M. G. Beltzhoozer is selling a special $3 gold pen with safety holder at $1. A self-filling gold pen with safety holder at $1.50. All the drudgery of washday is over come by the use of the Majestic Rotary Washer, roller bearings. For sale by Wortman & Jensen. Are you going to paper that room this fall? When you pick out your paper see the new line of new styles at Wortman & Jensen's. Its easy to look well if you have good clothes, and it's easy to get good clothes of Smallwood, at the Beach Store uear the 300 Mill. Chairs, Iron Beds, Mattresses and Springs, good ones, at Feusi's, at prices that will please you. These are new ^ood*. Come and see them. Doors, Sash, Building Paper and xuldiug Material of all kinds at Wort v & Jensen's, now located at the corner of Second and D streets. TREADWELL TOPICS. Mrs. H. P.Stow aud Mrs. T. B. Rear don returned on the Georgia Sunday night from a trip to Skagway, White horse and way ports. Miss Carrie Risedorph,who will teach the Treadwell school for the ensusing j year, will arrive with her sister some i time next week. Ernest Wickstrom was operated on last Thursday morning at St. Ann Hos- \ pital, for appendicitis. At present he ! is doing very nicely. Messrs. Daniels, Stoody, Tompkins, J A. K. Smith, Swihart, Johnson, Carpen-. ter, D. Brown, A. E. Andrew, and M. G.j Rogers made up a fishing party lastj Sunday and went over to Fish creok ou : the Mabel. They wero quite success- j ful, bringing home about 350 trout. x\lrs. Mark Tatom entertained at luncheon last Thursday Mesdames | Kinize, Carpenter, Veasie, Tompkins ! and Johnsou. Several of tho little j folks were also* present to help Miss ! Edith celebrate her third birthday. L. B. Johnsou and D. J. Kinzie are : doing surveying for a projected dam back of the Ready Bullion Mine. George Thomas, an employee at the Ready Bullion, is in the hospital suffer- | ing from a very painful wound in the j shoulder, inflicted by a miner's candle- j stick, but whether intentionally or by j accident has not yet been determined, i A fellow workman, Louis Melich, has ; been arrested and is waitiug a trial in Juneau. , . Electric lights have been placed m ; the cabins opposite the Club building.1 This is quite a differeut looking neigh- [ borhood since the tearing down of the Siwash shacks. There was u slight mix-up between the ore cars and the locomotive last Thursday' which caused some damage to the track leading to the 300 mill. It was very soon repaired and work re-1 sumed as usual. Mr. F. W. Bradley, consulting engi neer for the Treadwell companies, will arrive on the City of Seattle for his an nual visit. Miss Irene Euan is at Tacoma and a receut letter btates that she is much improved in health. Carl Harrison weut over to Sitka to repair the bad teeth of the inhabitants of that festive burg. A man named Drinkwater is seeking i the prohibition nomination for gover-; nor of South Dakota. He should get it.1 The Council seems to be unanimous in the determination to place a large ' maiu sewer under the new part of D! street, connecting with the old sewer in front of Heidi's Bakery and running 1 to tide water. Mrs. John Henson is planning to start next month for a visit at Boston, ' Mass., where she has two sisters living, j ! and also to New Brunswick, the home of her childhood. She will probably be gone all winter. Mr. J.N. Stoody, of Treadwell, has received a letter from Mrs. Stoody stating that she and the children!I reached their former home in Iowa without mishap, and that Howard is feeliug fine and improving. Don't forget the lecture this evening in the Congregational church, at 8 I o'clock. "All Sorts of Folk to Make a | World" of this number your are truly one therefore be sure to be present to hear what may possibly be said of you. The City Council met Monday night, pow-wowed for several hours, but the only important business transacted wa9 the payment of a bill of $6.30 to Geo. E. James & Co., and the reading of the street car franchise a second time ' and its passage to a third reading. "God's Plan of a Christian," will be the theme of discourse in the First Congregational church, Douglas, on Sunday evening,August 26 at S o'clock. The Choir will render a suitable an them. You are invited to be present and take part in this service. Rev. D. Holford, B. D., Pastor. Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. K. McKanna entertained a number of her friends at a Thimble Party at her home on Second street. The ladies decided that any one who said a word against Alaska in general or Douglas in parti cular should be put out. A very tempting luncheon was served. The list of guests included: Mesdames Nicholas King, Albert L. Anderson, R. Bentley, Peter Coggins, Adam Hopp, John F. McDonald, P. H. Fox, John Henson, R. J. Willis, A. E. Christoe, D. Gribble, John Powell, Philip McKanna, John Feusi, and Anton Lilystrand. NOTICE All bills due the undersigned, if not paid on or before September 5th, 1906, will be placed in the hands of an attor ney for collection. Sam Gius. Mesdames Jerry Cashen, J. J. Pen-! glase, Dallas Markx, H. G. Slater and j F. A. J. Gallwas were entertained by | Mrs. Chas. Rosswog last Friday after-! noon. Miss Ilildur Lilystraud has bought ; out the millinery store of Mrs. McFar land at Juneau and is moving her Dougla? establishment across the channel. The Eagle Cigar Store is a popular resort for those in search of amuse ment. Mike Roach, the proprietor, is always awake, and treats his patrons courteously. John Hen6on & Co. sold, on August j 17th, for Boone Wilmot, the East y2 of J the South )*? of lot 3, in block 4, in the town of Douglas, to Ed. Andrews. Con sideration S300. The Jefferson went south yesterday evening with the following passengers from Douglas: Fred G. Weden, Chas.. Kitti, Obren Trkla, Jogos Guronovich and Chas. A. Fox. Mr. Johu Richards and Irvin Warreu came in from Gypsum Cove last Fri | day. Irviu has our thanks for a beauti ful sample of the gypsum rock, which is now on exhibition at this office. ; Prof. Steininger,who will have charge I of the Douglas Public School, arrived i in the city last Friday night on the Humboldt. He has already found many things to admire,in the way of scenery, and so forth. Dave Epsteyn, who has made a tour ! of Alaska, was in the city Monday | looking as happy as ever. He says it does a man good to get away from S. E. Alaska, so that he can appreciate the ; good things here when he returns. Sam Lucas, of Haines, one of the owners of the Douglas Canteen, has been a very sick man, but at last ac counts was very much improved and well on the road to recovery. His ! illness was so serious that Mr. Brie of | this city was summoned to his bedside. At the Oratorical Contest by the ' Girl's Club, last Wednesday evening, the silver medal prize was awarded to ; Miss Helene Moore. Miss Clara Ross i wog was a close second, in fact the ! marks of the two were just the same | and Miss Helene won in the draw. Those taking part in the contest were: Ella Grundler, Gerda Gustafson, Clara Rosswog, Leah Hopp. Heleue Moore, Elenora Lundquist, Agnes Museth,Lily Lilystrand and Mary Markx. All of the participants were entitled to praise ! for the manner in which they handled I . , . i their productions. ' Monday was a bright, beautiful,clear day. Just such a day as one would I choose to stand upon the mountain tops and gaze until the eyes grew weary. On this day a jolly party climbed to the top of Mt. Jumbo which rears its head 3,333 feet above the level of the sea. They made the ascent easily in three hours. The names that have been added to those in the glass bottle at the top of the peak are C. M. Blain, Irvin Warren, John King, J. P. Mo Donald, Carl Weiss, Ed Christoe, Min nie Knutson, Mabel Knutson, Isabell Coggins, May McCormick, Irene Mc Donald, lone McDonald, Harry Woods, and Mike McDonald [the dog.] Our Gents'Furnishing Dep't IS NOW STOCKED with the very latest and best furnishings on the market, and with new goods arriving on every boat, we make the statement that We Can Please Any Man Whether he wishes laborers' goods or full dress.1 In underwear we have the best goods at especially low prices. In shirts, cra vats and hose we can suit the laborer or the most fastidious. vwvwwwwvw^wwwwwvww We have the largest and latest assortment of Hats and Caps wvwvwwwwvwv P. H. FOX, general'merchandise, DOUGLAS I ? . I H>llltlHIII>IBvwv\v\wvwvuuv?nmawiBni? > I! i :: flOUOLAS PALH PARPEN j| *KS* AND CAFE + I # f s NOW OPEN J *w * FOR BUSINESS J ^ At all hours Hot and Cold Lunch and SHORT ORDER ^ fHusic by the \ \ piANORCHESTRA |! ii rioving Pictures every $ if Illustrated Songs evening, ENTRANCE: First door from the Wharf. j M.Olson = Manager i| ; 0<ininillllinw%wwivivvvwww??i??it * Cbe Canteen? WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS agts for jndepeiKjem Brewing ?o.'$ Beer rt1 ^ t Clearance Sale of Summer Goods at Reduced Prices. | | Waists 5.00 was 7.50 2 j Waists 1.00 was J.50 jjj 8; Summer Suits 6.00 was 9.00 | I Summer Suits 3.00 was 5.00 2 * Skirts 5.50 was 8.00 J J Belts .35 was .75 2 [The Douglas Clothing Co.f ;J Wm. Stubbins, Manager } | ] Cbe Slavonian Saloon [ if \J Pethb Gilovicii. Proprietor ? i i ._* x 4 4 Dealers in Wines, Liquors and Ggars * 3 2 Special Attention Given to Family Trade f 3 2 FRONT STREET 'PHONE 3-0 DOUGLAS f