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A. T. G. M. CO.
STEAMERS FOR
Seattle, Tacoma
% Victoria. Vancourct, Anacortes. Brllingham
Everett. Olympia, Port. Townaewi South
BelKagban, Eutrku, Santa Barbara, Mexico
San Francisco Los Angeles, San Diego
G. W. ANDREWS, A. P.O. C D. DUNANN, P. T. M.
1 1 3 Junes Sl, Seattle 1 12 Market St., San Francisco
Right reserved to chug* thi* Schedule
NEXT SAILINGS WILL BE
^ ^ _ Northbound? November 20, Deo. 2, 14, 2 &
Opoicane Southbound ? November 21, Dec. 3, 15, 27.
tl
Kor Infoaonafciou re?ardiu? passenger and freight rates, apply t>
R. R. HUBBARD, Agent.
the Canteen
4GTS FOR
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Olyaipia Brewing Company
AM Fill H JB (JIHWR $
LOUIS G. THOM \S, -? - Maxaoeh*
*****
Mannfacrtres ?111*1$ ittlft* anfl i
all kinds oL /HI IIEIIII V Caskets f
**?*#???? OUT OF YELLOW CEDAR *********$
Special Articles of Furniture Made and Guaranteed.
THE" I1HD1 S. S. HUMBOLDT
Due at Douglas: Northbound^ Nov. 7,
Southbound* Nov. 8,. 20
4
Sailing Dat?CSobjeet to Gbaoge Without Notice
?tJ.0X?M?r, Agt.
? ?
?.J\ laska flyers.,,
Between JSeattte, Ketchikan r l>oug~
las, Juneau aud Skagway.
Due to arrive at Douglas :
Dolphin
Northbound ? Nov. 24
Southbound ? Nov. 25
Northwestern
Westbound ? Nov. 30
? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Steamers und tailing to
ohauge without uotioe. Uhls ia the
only line of steamers railing retru
laj-ly at Douglas both Morton uud
Sooth South'
Elmer E. Smlti), Atceiit, Donstas, Ata?k?
Jufttau Steamship Co.
Georgia
Juneaa=Sitka Route
Leaves Juneau for Heonah, Gypsum, Ten
akee, KiUisnoo, and Sitka Oot. U T, 13,
19, 25, 31. Nov. 6. 12, 14, H 30. Dec. 6, 12,
18, 24, 30, Jan. 5, 11, 17. 28. 29< Feb. 4. 10. 16,
22, 28, Maceh 6. 12, 18, 24. 30.
Leaves Juneau for Tyee and Baranof
Warm Springs? 2 a. m., Oct. 25, Nov. 24*
Deo. 24, Jan. 23, Feb. 23, March 24.
Juneau = Skagway Route
Leave* Juneau for Pearl Harbor, Eagle
River, Yankee Cove, Comet, Sentinel
Light Station, Eldred Rock Light Station
Haines and SkagwAy: 2 a. m. Oct*. 5",
11, 13. 23. 29. Nov. 4, 10, 16, 22, 28, Deo. 4.
10 16, 22, 28, Jan. 3. 9, life 21, 27, Feb.
14, 20, 26, March 4, 10, 16, 22, 2&
Returning Leaves Skagway following day
The CITY BAKERY
We have the reputation of pro
dnoing the best bread in Douglas
Sanitary Bakery Methods
FREE DELIVERY
Parties supplied with made- to
order datatiee..
Your Patronage Solicited*
U. S. MAIL STEAMER
willis e. mm. j
Experienced
During an Episcopal convention in
Boston, one of the bishops had an ex
perience be will long remember. He
was a portly man, weighing over 300
pounds. Que afternoon, while walking
through the Boston Commons be sat
down on one of the benches to rest.
! When he attempted to get up he failed
In the attempt. He tried again and
failed. About this time a little girl,
poorly dressed, came along and was
attraoted by the straggles of the bish
op. Stepping up to him she exclaim
ed:
"Don't yoo want me to give you a
lift?"
The bishop gazed at her in amaze
i ment and exclaimed:
' Why you can't help me, yoo are too
little."
ttNo, 1 am not," 'she exclaimed. "1
have helped my pa get up many times
when he was drunker thau^you are."
Quite a Predicament
Henry was at college. He had been
speuding somewhat too freely, and he
was short. It was near the holidays
and he hated to write home for money.
As a last resort he pawned bis dress
suit to tide him over.
When the time came to leave for
home the suit was still unredeemed.
He knew he would need it at home. He
hurriedly redeemed it at the last mo
ment, packed it in his grip and was off.
His mother was helping him unpack.
She came to the coat. ?
"Henry," she asked, "what is this
ticket on your coHt for ?"
"Why, mother," he replied, UI went
taa dauce the other evening and bad
my coat checked."^
She continued patting away his gar
ments. Finally she lifted out the
trousers. They, too, were ticketed.
"Henry," she exclaimed, "what kind
of a dance was that!"
Fairbanks hits produced 863,500,000
in gold in a single decade. But Fair
banks, notwithstanding, is not entitled
to mine coal from just one little mine
It is the conservationists who have
been looting Alaska. ? Ex.
"SITKA HOT SPRINGS." Accom
modalions, American or European plan.
For terms apply to Dr. F. L. Goddard
Sanitarium, Alaska.
Universal percolators, aluminum tea
{ balls, coal oil stoves,, electric stoves, al
cobol stoves. See Jensen's window
display.
Jensen has on display some very nice
haud-painted china in several desigus
which make very appropriate presents
to any one.
A Taku wiud should remind you to
go to Jeneeo'^ and fit your home with
storm windows.
> Foreign sod DonMstLc 4c
? Woolens In Stock
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6 F. WOLLAND |
MERCHANT
TAILOR
JfUNEAUt. ALASKA ?
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PLUMBING i
STEAM FITTING |
SHEET METAL
WORK ;
[ohbinp. nil kinds or Repair and Ma* ?
chin* Wurk, Phonograph* and Sewing
Machine* Repaired.
GAS ENGINE REPAIRING
? Front Street, near Ball Park* Don?)
WWWV WWWVWVW% wWViW
Gold Shield
COFFEE
. "ALWAYS" GOOD
, STEEL. CUT
In Sealed Cans Only
"?Ask Your Grocer
*)??
Schwabachei Bros. & C?.?
lr?o?r?
OAK OLSON, Rx freseatative
Tit for Tat
A few days ago two young ladies
hailed a trolley, entered it, and fonruf
only sending room. One of them
whispered to her companion:
"I'm going to get a seat from one of
these men. Too take notice."
She looked down the row of men and
selected a sedate gentleman who bore ^
the general settled appearance of a
married man. She went np to him and
opened fire:
"My dear Mr. Green! How delighted
I am to meet yoa! You are almost a
stranger. Will I accept your seat?
Well, 1 do feel tired, I heartily admit.
Thauk you, so mncb."
The sedate gentleman? a total stran
eer, of course ? looked, listened, and. d
then quietly arose and gave her his
seat, saying:
"Sit down, Jane, my girl. Don't often
see you out on a washing day. You
must feel tired, I'm sure. How's your
mistress?"
The young lady got her seat, but
lost her vivacity.
The reward of $5,000 in cash offered
j by the Yukon Gold company for the
information leading to the arrest and
conviction of the person who dynamit
ed the company's dredge, has been dis- *
tribnted amony thirty one men and
1 a woman. Incidently, Jacob Neilsoo
: was convicted of the crime and sen
tenced to tweuty years in the peniten
tiary.
!
National Forest Timber for Sale
Sealed bUls will le received by the
District Forester, Portland, Oregon,
up to and including January 3, 1914, for
150,000 linear feet, more or less, of
. spruce and hemlock piling upon a de
signated area on the north shore of
Tenakee lulet, 13 miles northeast of
Teuakee, Chichagof Island, Tongass
National Forest, Alaska. NTo bid of
less than %c per linear foot for pilfn* ^
up to aud including 75 feet will be cou
j sidered. Deposit with bid 1500. The
i right to rt-ject any ai;d all bids reser
ved. Before bid* at a submitted full
information concerning the timber, the
conditions of sale, and the submission
of bids f-hould be obtained from the
Forest Supervisor, Ketchikan, Alaska
I
A Glass Before the Turkey
to sharpen your appetite? a glass after
I it to help digestion. That's what our
Old German Lager beer will do for you.
It is made from the choicest materials.
It will please your palate and do you
good at the same time. Order a case
for Thanksgiving day. Beer will round
out the leas* better and more pleasantly
i than any other bevwage you could have
on the table. We have in stock at all
times all of the best brands o I beer
made on the Pacific Coast.
Phone 2 4 Free del ire ry.
M. S. HUDSON
"THE LITTLE DOUGLAS"
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
JUNEAU FEKKK AMD NAVIGATION CO f
PiittKY TIME CAKD
LEAVE JUNEAU
(for Douglas and Treadwell:
6:^0 a> m. 3:00 p. nu
8:00 a.m.. 3:00 p. no.
9:00 a. m?. <>30 p. ro.
11:00 a. m- 0:00 p. m.
1:00 p.m. 9:90p.m.
2-.00 p. ro. 11:00 p. at
LEAVE DOUGLAS
Kor Treadwell: *'or J.uneau-c
6:40 a. m* 7:16 a. ok
8:15 a. m. 8:80 a.m.
&:15 a..m. ts45 a. in.
lt:15 a. m? 11:80 a.
1:15 p.m. f:#0 p. ??
2:16 p.m. t:t0 p. ok.
j:15 p. m*. 3:10 p. m.
5:16 p.m. p. d.
6:45 p. m? 7:00 p. n*.
8:16 p.m. 8:10 p.m.
9:45 p. nx 10:00 p. m.
It: 16 p. m. 11:10 a. m.
LEAVE t*?ao-well
For Douglawand JtlMMi
7:10 n. m. 3:25 p..u>_
8:26 ft nv. 9:40 p.m.
9*40 it*. t?. 6:86 p. m.
14:25 a.m. 8:25 p.m.
1:25 p.m. ?:56p.m.
5:25 p.m. 11:25p.m. *
SMtfP ft KEEK TRIPS
Leave Douglas: Leave Sheep Cmfc*
6:46 a. m. 7:00 a. m.
9:16 a. ra, &:B0 a. m.
5:15 p. m. 6:80 p. m.
On Saturday and Wednesday" night? It p?
m. trip* will go to Sheep Creek; lea vine
Treadwell for Juneau at 11:40 p. ro.; leaving
Douglat far Juneau at 11:45c.
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