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The Douglas Island News.
THE LOCAL FIELD. When in this vale of years I backward look, And miss such numbers, numbers to of such, Firmer in henlth and greener in their aj?e. And stricter on their guard, and titter far To ptay life's subtle traiue, I scarce believe I still survive. ? Dk. Young. Budweiser at the Log Cabin. Tents aud caiup stores at Jensen s. For a furnished or unfurnished house see Jensen. fresh Cream and Ice Cream at the City Bakery. J. J. Penglase left ou the Jetferson for the States. Dr. DeYighne's improvements are about complete. Martin Olson weut to Suettisham the tirst of the week. The Islaud Hotel is being covered with new shingles. Ladies' and gentlemen's Chamois Vests at Heubuer's. A son was boiu to Mr. aud Mrs. Mark Smith, Monday moruiug. The Cottage City arrived from the south yesterday eveuing. Call for the famous Budweiser Beer at the Log Cabiu saloon. Charlie Ducret is laid up at the hos pital with a brokeu aukle. Shows at the Treadwell Club are uow given on Monday eveuings. If you have a cold, try Smith's Cold Tablets? they are the proper articles. Travel ou the Humboldt? the people's boat. Get your tickets from O'Couuor. For mdigestion aud dyspepsia use Nyal's Tablets. You can find them at Smith's. Dr. Sewell arrived from Haiues yes terday to atteud the fuueral of Doctor Heubuer. Born? To Mr. aud Mrs. H. Parry on July 7th, a sou. Dr. DeVighne in at tendance. Wanted: ? A woman to do housework foreuoons, twice a week. Apply at the News office. Alex T. Nelsou has beeu laid up for the past week with somethiug that works like grip. Lost ? A small gold ball watch chain charm. If fouud, leave at this office aud receive reward. Ranges? Everything from a small family range to a big hotel rauge may be had at Jensen's. Two of the most prominent ladies of Treadwell called at the News office yesterday afternoon. George Peterson and hb little daugh ter, Martha, came up ou the Cottage City from Petersburg. Travel ou the fastest and best boat on the run ? the Humboldt. Get your tickets from O'Connor. Mrs. Eimer E. Smith has postponed her visit to the States until the uext sailing of the Jefferson. The monthly meeting of the Douglas Volunteer Fire Department falls on July 30. Keep it in mind. The Hotel Hunter is to uudergo some interior changes that will add to its couvemence and popularity. Jack Henson, who has almost entirely recovered from his injuries, has gone back to work at the Mexican. August Audersou, of Treadwell, went to the Souud last week to look after property interests at Ballard. New people are comiug to Douglas ou every boat aud are fast filliug up the few remaiuing vacaut houses. You cau have Turkish baths at home by buying oue of Heubuer's Bath Cab inets. Good for many ailments. A. D. S. Peroxide Cream aud Soap ? exceedingly nice for the bauds and face ? you can buy at Heubnor's. Joseph Kiedi, a son of townsman George Kiedi, arrived in the city on the Jefferson, accompanied by his wife. Digesto, Food-Tonic Vitalizer runs up run down systems. Start yours up. Smith, the Front St. Druggist, has it. F. W. Bradley, supervising engineer of the Treadwell, will reach Douglas Island for his annual visit via the next Seattle. The Ladies* League of the Congrega tional church will meet in the Sunday school room on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. G. Wilson, an expert iron cleaner, is now employed at the Treadwell foun dry. Hie work is a revelation to the foundry boys. Rev. J. B. Stevens, of the Presby terian church, of Juneau, will preach next Sunday evening in the Congrega tional church. Miss Pickel left Sunday on the Seat tle fop a visit in Oregon before taking up her duties as principal of the Cor dova public school. The Humboldt is due at the city dock this evening. She will have fifty tons of coal besides other freight. With moving picturfs exhibited free at several places on the Island, the j ? little show on Front street is doing a ! big busiuess. Steve Ferris' boat, the Suuuy Jim, j was won iu the raffle by Johu Turney, a Mexican machine man. The lucky i number was 2. Superintendent aud Mrs. Ivinzie and the childreu aud Miss Agnes Kimmer ling returned to Treadwell on the ; steamer City of Seattle. Dou't fail to. hear the free lecture up on phrenology this evening at the M. E. church. It is both amusing aud in structive. Begiua at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Simpson, Mrs. H. C. DeVighne, aud C. M. Blain went Monday for a rouud trip ou the Peer less after logs for the saw mill. Mrs. L. Kane aud daughters left this morning via the steamer Georgia for their home at Koonah. Mr. Shotter aud Steve went home last Thursday. Chas. Jones and family will occupy the tlat over the News otlioe. Mrs. James Keuuedy aud daughter, of Skag way, are visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Jones. Lawrence Erickson got a finger uearly torn off by the ball iu the game Sunday but after having the hurt dressed came back in the game aud did good work. Have you seen the large variety of hot water bottles and fountain syringes at Heubuer's Drug Store. You should call aud see before buying elsewhere. Lost? Silk watch fob, with buckle in laid with nuggets aud charm with grape bunches on it. Finder please re turn to John Henson and receive re ward. Is your phonograph in good order, or do you want a new one? Smith has them all, aud thousands of records. Vou are always welcome to come in and hear good music. Orders for Ice Cream or Fresh Cream left with the Douglas Candy Kitchen delivered any place ou the Island. Home-made caudy a specialty. Phone 1-7 Sweet Tulip Cones. Warren Ferguson looks as if he had had au encounter with a kissiug bug. His face is badly swollen from a boil on his lip, to which was added the j poisou of the bite of some insect. 0. K. Gorseth, for several years em ployed at Treadwell, leaves about the 15th inst. for a visit to his old home in [ Norway. The News will keep him posted on the Island happenings. The Juneau ball team came over to Douglas Sunday and wou a game from the "Home Growns" by a score of 9 to j 3. They went home delighted and say ing to themselves, "If we could only have done it in Ketchikan!" The Misses Minuie aud Mabel 1\ nut sou returned from the Sound on the ; steamer Jefferson. Miss Minnie has j beeu attending the Annie Wright sem- ' inary at Tacoma, and Miss Mabel has beeu visiting in the Sound couutry for j the past six weeks. i Making Douglas Beautiful. lu^the spring campaign of cleanliness, you will need ready mixed house paints, floor paint, Jap-alac, lead and oil, brushes of all kinds, or it may be a can of Black Diamond Roof and Boat paint. Jensen, the Second street hardware ! man, can supply them all. The final meeting of the Douglas ; Island Fourth of July association for 1910 was held at Natatorium hall last i | Wednesday evening. After paying all | bills, setting aside $110 for sports for childreu there was still a balauce of $175 in the sack, which will be held over I for next year. The sports for childreu will be held on a pleasant Sunday, if possible on "change day." On that day , a purse of $10 will be hung up for the i Treadwell and Douglas juvenile ball teams. Ou Monday evening in the presence of a large membership, Deputy Inco- j honee Jas. McKanna, assisted by Past j Sachem Jos. Bruner of Snoqualmiej ! Tribe No. 5 of Tacoma, Wa9h., raised the following chiefs of Auk Tribe No. 7, Imp. 0. R. M.: M. J. Kelly, prophet; j I Wm. Juhlin, sachem; John Livie, senior ? ' ' ? sagamore; Sam Keist, junior sagamore; i R. R. Hubbard, keeper of wampum; Roy | j Walsh, collector of wampum; W. H. | Kelly, chief of records; C.E. Carpenter, ! trustee. The Gent, Capt. A. Murray, returned j Monday evening from a five-days' cruise to the southward. The party aboard ; | comprised Mrs. L. G. Thomas, Mrs. Bignell, Mrs, Patterson and children, I Mr. and Mrs. McWilliams and children, ! and Wm. Shafer. At the Tyee whaling station they saw the finish of the largest, whale yet caught. It was 91 ft, G in. long. They visited the famous Warm Springs bay and enjoyed the baths. The weather was fine and the water smooth. CLOTH! NO HABERDASHERY Superlative Showing HART SCHAFFNER S MARX CLOTHES This is the Douglas home of this celebrated make of clothing. Wear them once and you'll call for them again. Our clothing line is full and complete, com prising lines of up-to-date patterns and styles. For value, combined with style and perfect fit, Hart Schaffner & Marx suits are the best. P. H. FOX Copyright 1909 by Hart SchafFner & Marx DRY GOODS WOn EN'S APPAREL B. fvt. BEHRENDS, BANKER, JUNEAU, ALASKA Foreign ^Exchange Issued Oldest Bank in Alaska INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The COU 1*90 t>f fi CM |i>ct II ' ???!, briMUMHC at M. E. chinch thi- Mwnins; 11 1 >o> i phrenology, health unrj sHf-impi ov*? ment will continue this week. Prof. Macdouald is an able speaker.* Old young will enjoy fho lectures. 7'hey are alive with facta and fun. Work ori the extension to the Doug Ins dock is prngre>?ink inpidiy. When completed hot a few hundred feet will separate it from the little island, and there is already a popular clamor that it be connected. The present float is also a source of speculation, as it is much too small to accommodate the constantly increasing flock of i;us boats. Ernuther kumin' nv julry kum on ther steme bote. Hit wuzn't. we'ens steme bote ? ef hit wuz ^.'e:i wudent hev fer ter tri uu git fokes ter hi ther julry so ez we'ens kin git muoy fer ter bi witils fer ter ete, uu sum tims hit iz purty ferluctishilostically iong frum won etin' ter eruulhef etin'. We'ens hev er lot mor julry un wot we'en hev onny uce fer un nens kin bi hit fer er seudolaxei moneyleiy i it i mor muny un wot we'ens hed fer ter pa ter ter yit hit ? ut ther litl stor wot hez ther big stok hin Duglus. Beltzhoover. Mrs. A. L. Anderson received a letter yesterday from hei: m)ii, Oliver, who reached the Iditarod on .June 9th, after being on the road just a month from Douglas. He writes that conditions aie yet very much unsettled in the new diggiugs, even the location of the main town being held back by high water. Mining will hardly begin in earnest; uutil fall, as it will take until then to get in the boilers aud machinery now on the way. Wages are high, largely because there are so few seeking em ployment, a6 most of the stampedera are looking for something of their own. i Wood sells readily at 825 a cor d. Oliver ( says that uo one should start for the Iditarod with less than $500. It costs a large part of that amount to get to the j country and living is high there. ?WWWV\WWWWWVVV\ VM Your Life and homo should be insured. your savings safely invested, your property cared for, and trans fered, rents and accounts col lected, traveling tickets purchased through John Henson & Co. INSURANCE and FINANCIAL AGENTS, i \ NOTARY PUBLIC. Douglas. Alaska ? 4 * '+ < > Foreign and Domestic ?*? Woolens in Stock ? ? * fr' *? | F. WOLLAND > MERCHANT ? 5 TAILOR ? ? 4* > ^ JUNEAU, ALASKA ?ty ? ?* v <r * ? V\ V^ViViWV\%\ViUVi^W? I H.V.SULLY f <* g Undertaker and Manu, * J s I CARPENTERING, JOBBING > <> and UPHOLSTERING ?? ?> * <0 facturer of Furniture = - i ^ Shop Third Street, opp. Baseball Park ? jj DOUGLAS, ALASKA J muuuuuuuuuuwi Hardware, Stoves Furniture, Guns and Amunition %% SPORTING 00008 TINNING and PLUMBING A COflPLETE STOCK OF GAS BOAT SUPPLIES Batteries, &c. BICYCLES FOR SALE OR RENT JOHN FEUSI Front St. Douglas J Feusi & ? '"j Bloedhorn jf st j jj WATCHMAKERS ^ JEWELERS ft 1 Nugget Jewelry and jj 2 Watches 5 i K s ~ T fc ;j ?ut 6ass j? i' follow ware and k | Tlar ware || * = ===== w ^ The Celebrated Community Silver ^ 7^ We are experts in Watch m and Jewelry Repairing and .a always study to please. A P j Feusi k Bloedhorn \ Successors to L. P. Kemmis 1 FRONT ST. : : : DOUGLAS jj 9 Douglas City TO NEVADA CREEK Beginning Feb. 1 st "THE STORH KING" Will leave the City Dock at 9 a, ra. and 4 p. m., calling at Treadwell, Sheen Creek and Nevada Creek. Returning it will leave Nevada Creek at 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. For further information, apply to CAPT. E. F. MILLER, flgr, Douglas City Ferry Co. I.J.Sharick WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY JUNEAU . ALASKA