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EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
Hie Treadvell tore
STEAMERS FOR
Seattle, T acoma
Victoria, Vancouver, Anacortes, Beilingharo
Everett, Olympia, Port Townsend, South
Bellingham, Eureka, Santa Barbara, Mexico
San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego
G. W. ANDREWS, G. A. P. D, C. D. DUNANN, P. T. M.
1 13 James Sl, Seattle 1 12 Market St., San Francisco
Right (o change thi* Schedule
NEXT SAILINGS WlLL BE
O f _ - Northboonri?May 14, 25; Jane 5
upOKdllC Soathbonnd? May 15, 2*j; June C
City of Seattle
Northbonnd ? May 9, 20, 31; Jane 11
3oathboan<1 ? May 10, 21; June 1, 12
For Information regarding passenger and freight rates, apply t
R. R. HUBBARD, Agent.
Canteen *
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WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
.gts for Djyttipin Brwtofl Company
ALASKA FURNITURE IP (JUKI CO.
LOUIS G. THOMAS, - - Makageb'
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* Mannfactnres 'Efirifitlflfr* an{i !
| all kinds of.. /Ml Hi I III v Caskets *
OUT OF YELLOW CEDAR WWrW*?*
Special Articles of Furniture Made and Guaranteed.
Fill S. S. HUMBOLDT
Due at Douglas: Northbound April 20, 30
Southbound April 21,
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Sailing Date Subject to Change Without Notice
s^"esEto w^E fl. J. O'Connor, AgL
...JllasKa flyers..,
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Between Seattle, Ketchikan, Doug"
las, Juneau and Skagway.
Due to arrive at Douglas :
j Jefferson
North ? May 7, 19,21; June
J 3, 25.
Sooth ? May 8, 20; June 1,
14, 26.
Steamers and sailing dates subject to
ohuiiffe without notice. This is the
only line of steamers calling reeru
I:\rl.v at Douglas both North and
South bouud
Elmer E. Smith, Agent, Douglas, Alaska
i
jtntteaif Steamship Co. |
U. S. MAIL STEAMER
Georgia
Joneao=Sltka Route
Leaves Juneuu for Hoouah, Gypsum, Ten- *
akee, Killisnoo, aud Sitka April 22, 28, jj
May 4, 10, 16. 23. 28, JuneS, 9, 13, 21. 2?. July jj
&, 9, 15, 21. 27. August 2. 8, 14, 20. 26.
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Lea res Juneau for Tyee, 8 a. m.? April
28, May 38, June 27, July 27. August 26,
Sept? 23.
Juneau = Skagway Route
Leaves Juneau for Pearl Harbor, Eagle
River, Yankee Cove, Comet, Sentinel
Light Station, Eldred Rock Light Station
Haines and Skagway: 8 a. m. April 20,
26, May 2, 8, 14, 20, 26, June 1, 7, 13, 19, 25,
July 1, 7, 13, 19, 25, 31, August 6, 12, 18, 24, 30
Returning Leaves Skagway following day
WILLIS E. NOWELL, Mgr.
The CITY BAKERY
JOSEPH RIEDX Prop.
We have the reputation of pro
dacing the best bread in Douglas
Sanitary Bakery Methods
FREE DELIVERY
Parties supplied with made-to
order dainties.
Your Patronage Solicited
It Would Be Useless.
Mrs. Black's servant girl had been in I
the liabif. of going out to meet the j
grocer'8 boy when he came to the back
door with goods. Observing this, Mrs. i
Black watched and saw the boy kiss
Norah heartily. When the girl came in
Mrs. Black said severely: "Norab, I j
saw the grocer's boy kiss you this morn- '
iug when you went out for the groceries, i
Hereafter I shall go myself." "All
right, mum," said Norah, "but 'twill do
yez no good. He sez he won't kiss
nobody but me."
It is now practically certain that the '
full party of 120 will go on the Alaska
excursion arranged by the New Cham- i
ber of Commerce* for this summer. !
i |
This trip, as announced some time ago,
will be one of the most complete trips
through the beautiful and interesting
parts of the North. Prom Seattle the
AlaskaSteamship Company will furnish
one of its fleet, which will go on the in- J
side passage to Skagway, where the!1
passengers will go by train up the
White Pass route to Whitehorse, where
steamers will be taken down the river
| to Dawson. From Dawpon the party
will go down the Yukon to Tanana and i
Fairbanks. Thence r.hey will no to St. i
Michaels on the Saiah of the Northern
Navigation Company, where they will
again take steamer for the Bering Sea,
Aleutian Islands and the South Coast. !
1 The trip includes 8,000 miles of ocean,
river, lake and railroad travel, through
the loveliest parts of Alaska at the most
beautiful time of the year. ? Railway
and Mariue News.
Ordinance No. 44.
The Town of Douglas, Alaska, does |
ordain as follows:
Section 1. That Section five (ij) of
Ordinance No. 43, of the Town of Doug
las, Alaska, shall be amended to read as
follows:
it shall be the duty of every physician
in t lie Town of Douglas to report within
twenty four (24) hours to the Health
Officers of said town, or the Mayor, or i
any member ol the Common Council,
J every patient t hat he shall have af
flicted with cholera, diphtheria, scarlet,
fever, small pox, measles or other con.
tagious or infectious disease, or any
case where the symptoms indicate that
anj' contagious or infectious disease
may develop.
Sec. l! That this ordinance shall be
published in the Douglas Island News
on the Till and 14th (lay.- of May, A.D.
1913, and copies thereof shall be posted
in three public place.- in the Town of
Douglas, and shall take effect and be
in force from and after its pa-sage.
Passed and approved this 5th day of
May, A.D. 1913.
M. J O'CONNOR,
Mayor.
Attest:
JOHN HENSON,
City Clerk.
Notice of Marshal's Sale.
I United States of America, / ... v- 0,(1a
( Territory of Alaska. I ss: Case ISo. 940-A
Public notice is hereby jxiven. that by vir
tue of a writ of Fieri Facias (or execution),
dated May 1, A.D. 1913, issued out of the Dis
i trict Court, of the United States for the Ter
ritory of Alaska, on a judg ment rendered in
said Court, on the U&l day of April, A. I). 1913,
in favor of the First National Hank of
! Juneau, and against Kllen G. Hach, Frank
Knch. Northwest ituhber Company and
Sehwabacker tiros. & Co., Inc., I hereby
ofTer for sale the real estate, a mortgage on
?which was foreclosed in the above entitled
action and ordered sold, situate in the town
of Douglas, Territory of Alaska, and more
particularly described as follows, to wit:
i Lot One (1) in Hlock Nineteen (19) in the
town of Douglas, Territory of Alaska, de
scribed according to the plat of said town
made by G. W. Garside and adopted and used
by the citizens of said town.
And that i will, accordingly, offer said real
estate for sale, at public vendue to the hi-rh
: est and best bidder, for cash, on the 9th day
of .June, A. D. 1913, at 2 o'clock P. M., of said
I day, at the front door of the Junean Court
House.
Dated this 2nd day of May, A. D. 1918.
H. L. Faulkner,
U. S. Marshal,
First Division District of Alaska.
By Wm. Fels, Office Deputy.
First publication May 7.
Last publication June 4.
SALE OF TIMBER: Ketchikan, Alaska,
April 1, 1918. Sealed bi?js marked outside !
"Hid, Timber Sale Application. March 15,
| 1918, To n trass, and addressed to the Forest
Supervisor, Tongass National Forest, Ketch
i ikan. Alaska, will be received up to and in
cluding the 17th day of May, 1918, for all the
merchantable dead timber standing or
down, and all the live timber designated for
cutting by a Forest officer, located on an
area to be definitely designated by a Forest
officer before cutting begins, including
; about SO acres located on the north shore of
Frederick Sound at a point three !
miles east of Farragut Kay, mainland, with
in the Tongass National Forest, estimated to
j be 2,000,000 feet board measure of live spruce
, and hemlock sawtimber, log scale, more or
less. No bid of less than $1.00 per thousand |
j feet board measure for sawtimber will be
; considered, and a deposit of ?200.00 must be
I sent to C. T Gardner, Special Fiscal Agent,
! Forest Service, Ketchikun, Alaska, for each
bid submitted to the Supervisor. Timber i
I upon valid claims is exempt from sale. The
' right to reject any and all bids is reserved, j
; For further information and regulations
governing sales address Forest Supervisor.
Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska, ?
W. G. Weigle. Forest Supervisor. al6ml4
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PLUMBING
STEAM FITTING
SHEET METAL
WORK
Jobbing, all kinds of Repair and Ma- ^
chine Work, Phonographs and Sewing ?
Machines Repaired. I
GAS ENGINE REPAIRING;" I
Front Street, near Rail Park T>ongrt f
$
Ask your friends about the Monarch
Malleable Range, with a polished steel
top, patent draught, oven thermometer
and many new features in stovedom.
One price for everybody and the price
is right. Where? At Jensen's Hard
ware Store.
I.J.Sharick
WATCHES, DIJIIQMS,
JEWELRY
Foreign and Domestic
Woolens in Stock
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> JUNEAU. ALASKA 4+
4 T
DOUGLAS ICE
CREAM PARLOR
B. R. LE1VERS, Prop.
Exclusive Agents for
AUGUSTINE ? KVER
CANDIES
Chocolates and Bonbons
ODD FELLOWS' BLDCT.
DOUGLAS
San Francisco: In order to complete
the Palace of Machinery at the Phdhdih
Pacitic International Exposition within
the time called for bj the contract, 283,
000 feet of lumber will have to be pat
in place in the building each w?;ek.
During the week ending April 19th the
amount of timber added to the struct
ure was 280,000, feet. The probable
maximum speed at which the building
will be erected befoie its completion
will reach about 350, 000 feet a week.
At f h ir> stag* of the construction of
Machinery Hall 400 tons of steel have
been used in the form of bolts, bars and
structural shnpes. The heavier, column
in the building will weigh 28 tons-, the
heaviest truss 10 tons. The total length
of the building will be about 1,000 feet,
the width about 400 feet. Three north
and south peaks will be 134 feet high
and 120 in the clear.
The dependability of
Malthoid Roofing has been
proven by
special tests covering:
a period of
many year?.
Made in the largest factory in
the world ? it is absolutely
right in every detail.
It resists fire
is acid proof ?
water and weather proof
Keeps heat in the building in
winter.
Keeps it out in summer.
Malthoid will last as long as the
building it covers.
It is inexpensive
easy to lay and your roof troubles
are over when Malthoid is laid.
If you doubt ask
General Bradstreet to give
you a line on Malthoid Makenr**
The Paraffine Paint Co.
of San Francisco
and Chicago Heights.
J. Feusi? Douglas ?Julius Jensen
Douglas Hardware Co.* Douglas
J. M. Tannert Skagway
C. W. Young & Co., Juneau
Alaska Supply Co., Juneau
J. R. Heokman &Co., Ketcbikar.
Tongas0 T^adtac Co.. Ketchikan

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