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The Douglas Island News.
rME LOCAL FIELD* Steve Kane came iu from Hoonah yesterday. Alti-Tone, the great tonic at the Alas* ka Drug Co. Dr. R. Steele, dentist, arrived on a recent boat. Alti-Tone, the great tonic, at tbe Alaska Drug Co. Charlie Steveus ha9 gone to Cali fornia on busiueee. The Santa Aua brought coal to the ferry wharf Monday. Wm. Anderson is improving his resi dence on Secoud street. Miss Edna Dow went to Seattle last week for a short vacation. Edwin Fox went south last Thursday night for a visit at Spokane, Wash. The Latouche unloaded 200 tons of coal at the city dock Saturday night. Window screens, screen cloth and chicken netting can be had at Jensen's. Get a Kodak at Andrews^ studio and learn to take pictures. We will show you. Digesto, the great food tonic and builder, 25c a bottle at the Alaska Drug Co. Mrs. Henry Brie is among the pas sengers coming to Douglas on tbe Str. Humboldt. Trusses of all kinds and sixes can be bad at the Alaska Drug Co.? guarau teed to fit. Albin iJaritello and George Stukey weut over to Hoouah last week ou the City of Rome. Sprinkling caus, garden hose and all that goes to beautify the garden, for eale at Jenseu's. If your back hurts, get a Beliadouna plaster at the Alaska Drug Co* and get immediate relief. The Douglas infants ben* the Doug las Juniors by a score ol L9 to it last : Monday eveoiug. Sunday evening the Lyric orchestra will give a concert lu connection with the regular show. Muresco ? Muresco ? Mureaco ? the only wall finish ? in all colors at Jeu een's Hardware store. A dance will be giveu tonight at the Lyric after the show by the Lyric or chestra. Fine music. Notice ? Denatured alcohol 90 ceuts a gallon at the Alaska Drug Co. You furnish your owu container. Clothes baskets, cheap camping bas kets, wringers, washboards, boilers, tubs, etc., can be had at Jenseu's. Mrs. Lena Morrow Lewin, a lecturer for the socialist party, delivered au ad dress at Natatorium hail last uight. The city salt water pump will be moved in to the *hore line thin sum mer. A lot of new i>ipt? hits already arrived. The forestry boat Tahu, which has beeu lying at the dock for several day*, pulled out for the south this morning. We have for sale three strings of gen uine hand made Oregou Rose beads. Call in aud see them at the Alaska Dr ug Co. Day after tomorrow ? Friday ? is Flag Day. All patriotic Americans should display the ?tars and stripes on the that day. Just arrived ? a large stock of East man Kodaks and supplies at Ed An drews' studio. Everything sold at cat alog prices. Miss Susaune Homes, principal of the Douglas school, aud her sister, Miss Alary Homes, left last week for their home in Oregon. The Tex's Clay cigar makers went to Limestone Suuday. The latest story is that they caught several thousand pounds of halibut. Mr. P. S. Early came in yesterday evening from Yankee cove. He says that his garden is producing all kinds of vegetables iu great abundance. Dr. Clay will give personal attention to Douglas lslaud patients and will be at the office of Dr. Finley in Douglas on Tuesday and Friday of each week. From the 15th of Juue until tne 15th of July the Alaska Drug Co. will give register checks ? $5 good for 25c in trade. A ticket with every cash pur chase. Towusman Nicholas King will not be much behiud in the march of improve ment that has struck Douglas, and is making extensive improvements to his residence property. M. S. Hudson has bought the lot on Front street next to the Island saloon and already has a gang of men at work excavating for the foundation of a fine new building. This is the only vacant lot in the burned district of Front atreet. Alti-Tone, the great touic, at ttie Alaska Drug Co. j Last week John Koski bought of John Mo Williams the lot next to i Charlie Fenster on Fourth street and ; now has a fine residence building well ; under way. Say, isn't it delicious? You ought to try it, made fresh every day. Joe Trudgeon makes it? that famous Nu gate ? and you caD get it at the Alaska ; Drug Co.f three differeut kinds. Miss Annie McCormick arrived yes terday evening from San Francisco for a visit with her parents in this city* John McCormick, who has beeu visit } ing in Frisco, returned ou the same boat* All members of the Douglas Improve ment Club are requested to attend a ! special meeting called for Thursday evening to make arrangements for an entertainment. The meeting will be held at the school house. Mr. O. H. Bernard, a former resideut of Douglas, came north ou the steamer Jefferson on his way to the Fairbauks couutry, where he is interested in some i placer claims. Mr. Bernard now makes I his home at Grants Pass. Builders, take notice, you can save money if you buy your doors, windows, nails, roofiug papers, building papers, deadiug felt and corrugated irou from Jen9eu's Hardware store. For sale? 137 acres good water front farm land on Puget sound. Will cut into smaller tracts if desired. Easy terms at half the price others are re ceiving for adjoiuing lands* See N? J* Emory, Saus Souci hotel, Douglas. Dr. Kulish, government expert on sanitation, visited Douglas the other day and smelled around dowu in beach towu. He said it needed fixing and if the city council could uot force a clean up he would try his hand in a tew weeks. As soon as the Thomas building is complete the Alaska Drug Co. will move there fiom its present location in the Odd Fellows' buildiug. The Odd Fellows plau to use the eutire building for lodge purpo?es, the first floor to be used as a banquet room and a hall for ! dancing. Mr. A. Murray, who has started building operations on his lot at the corner of Third and tx streets, has the lumber on the grouud to flume the creek from one end of his property to the other. After the flume is iu place the lots will be graded to present an unbroken appearance. 1 Several volcanoes out ou the Alaska I peninsula, which, by the way, is nearly I a thousand miles from Douglas, are iu a state of eruption. Saturday uighl a shower of ashes fell in Douglas, evi dently from that source* News comes ? from the Westward that several small villages have beeu destroyed. TREADWELL TOPICS Mis* Gertrude Landsburg returned no the Jefferson from Seattle and will spend the summer with her parents. Mrs. Bert Bell left on the Jefforson for the state*. The boarding house near the old Bear's Nest property is receiving a coat of paint. Mr. John D. Miller has gone to the I Taku river country for a couple of weeks outing. Miss Marie Adams, of Ballard, Wash*, was an arrival on the Seattle, to be a I a guest of Mrs. A. G. Christoe for a short time. Mrs, A. E, Christoe returned on the Seattle after a mouth's visit with rela tives and friends in Seattle. She was accompanied by her sou, David. Wm. Danielsou, formerly of the car penter force, left recently for a visit to the states; also to his home in Norway* Mr. T. Manners and family are now i occupying the Bennett cottage while : the Bennetts are away on a vacation. Albert Rapp, who has been attend ing the uuiversity for the past six months, returned on the Jefferson, Russell Casey has resigned his posi tion at the cyanide plant and gooe to Juneau. Karl Stein and Ed Jack9on came in from Gypsum and left for Nugget creek where they have accepted work. A sister of Mrs. E. Youngstrom, of "The Pines," stopped here on her way to the interior. Mrs. Youugstrom ac companied her as far as Skagway, re turning on the Seattle. The barge Louisiana wa9 anchored at 1 the Treadwell buoy for a couple of days. The last Club dance was not well at teuded because of it being the last night of the appearance of the May Roberts Co. for some time. Teams have been organized for the hose races for the Fourth, and almost j every evening some of them are out on j the Treadwell plaza racing. % The Store that Saves Vou Money r H. FO DOUOUAS ALASKA SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, here is the big gest opportunity of your lives to save money. Our entire stock of shoes will be placed on sale at a great sacrifice Friday, June 14th, and continue for one week only. , Foreign and Domestic Woolens In Stock ^ *b $ *? q ? F. WOLLAND 2S ERCHAP TAILOR MERCHANT t "i 1 ? JUNEAU, ALASKA ?r ********* ***************** ? VWWWWWWWWWWVW\ T, -?K?5> T~* ,. J PLUMBING STEAM FITTING SHEET METAL WORK Jobbing, all kinds of Repair and Ma? chine Work, Phonoprrnphs and Sewing: Machines Repaired. OAS ENGINE REPAIRING Front Street, near Ball Park, Doupit. ^ vw\wvww\vwvv\v\ www V * JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER DOUGLAS - ALASKA Waltham, Elgin and Hamilton Watches Jewelry in Solid Gold and Gold Filled A fine selection in Nug get Jewelry* Alaska Rings and Souvenir Spoons CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE Just Received?Rogers* 1847 KNIVES, FORKS & SPOONS Repairing a Specialty UNDBR_GUARANTEE \ ALASKA JEWELRY CO. Dowlas | J Fof Watch and Jewelry Repairing; * *rr*r*n*"T*m *r*r *r>r -5*^r x*st ^ >?wxKrwv*,w# CIk Island fioie! ? ? ALEJN BARITELLO, Proprietor i Best Grades Klines, Ciduors, and Cigars NO INFERIOR BRANDS KamUy Trn?h? Sx>HvMe<l- ? Pree Dellvevy WVDNT St*.-, fVOURLAS vwaoti Blend Flour is better F isher 's Blend is the very best Costs More Per Sack Costs Less Per Loaf One trial will convince you This is a Perfect, All-Purpose Flour from "Americas Finest Flouring Mills" ^ One Price, at All Grocers FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS