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Valdez daily prospector. (Valdez, Alaska) 1905-1918, August 11, 1913, Image 4

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Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Veal
POULTRY.
Oysters, Fresh Fish,
Fresh Vegetables,
Fruits.
BUTTER and EGGS
Dougherty & Ferguson
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
The best groceries received
on every boat,
Fresh vegetables, fruits
and nuts.
I MILK—MILK—MILK
t Fresh Milk and] Cream
| VALDEZ DAIRY
^ Telephone orders to Phone 187
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LAUNCH VIKING
Leaves from Valdez dock for
SHOUP BAY
and way points at 10 a. m. Daily
W. J. CALLAGHAN.
New York Life
Insurance Co.
W. H. CRARY, Repreie.UtWe
Valdez, Alaska. Phone 41
General Merchandise
Miners & Prospectors Supplies
Fresh Goods—Reasonable Prices
VALDEZ
7 he heart of
the gold belt
The most northerly port
In the world open to nav
igation the year ’round.
The logical entrepot to
the" great Interior of
Alaska; the salt water
terminus of the gov
ernment wagon road lead
ing Into the Tanana val
ley and the Yukon water
shed.
The seat of government
of the Third Judicial di
vision of Alaska.
The headquarters of the
Alaska Road Commission,
of the Telegraph and Ca
ble systems.
It is 85 miles nearer the
Interior than any other
coast city.
It is the headquarters
of the largest fleet of
smalt craft In Southwest
ern Alaska.
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It has the largest popu
lation offcny community
In Southwestern Alaska.
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It has ths best public
schbork and an Accredited
high echodl with a four**'
yepr course.
It is the only sea ooaat
town offe^lnfl mreot oom
municatIbii with the In
terior by wagon, slimmer
oV Winter. r‘
the Asaiy
est ahd most dlre.pt reute
to the Mataiuieka coal
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Its harbor Is ths most
easily defended5 ert the Fa
ciflb Coast end can ride
thb navles of the world.
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Storm Sends Raft on Beach Near
. Indian Village—Be Floated
Next Week.
Manager Finical, of the Cop
per River Lumber company, re
turned to Valdez yesterday, with
out his big raft of logs. The
raft is now high and dry, near
Bidarka point, at Tatillek, where
it was driven by the storm of
last week.
The Elivira and B. F. M. had
almost reached Ellainar with
the logs, when’ without a mo
ments warning, a storm came up
and for a time it looked as if
the entire raft would be lost, but
finally, the two boats succeeded
in rounding the island and were
blown ashore at high tide, where
the boom must remain, until the
high tide of next week.
As soon as the logs reach Val
dez, the mili will start up and
.the raft will be cut into lumber,
as the heavy demands for lum
ber made by the mining compa
nies has almost depleted the
stock in the yards.
0,0 0i
Ring Worth $350 Is Missing and
No One Knows Where
It Is.
Valdez needs a Sherlock Holmes
to unravel its greatest mystery.
A diamond worth $350 has dis
appeared and cannot be found.
The diamond belong to George
Gotlschalk, of the Seattle Hotel,
an/' he had turned it over with
another of about the same size
to George Reinke to clean.
Early Saturday evening Reinke
hurried into the hotel, passed be
hind the bar and placed two dia
monds on the bar, so he states,
and called Gotlschalk’s attention
to them and left. A few min
ute; ■ after Gotlschalk came into
the store and told Reinke that
he had left only one ring. Search
in the jewelry store and in the
saloon failed to reveal the miss
ing ring.
Rules for Raising Babies.
Wash*egl<m, D. I'., Aug.il.
Irani, 1'in .»gh Dr. VV. C.
lim-kcr. iis''sian! surgeon gen
eral of the [ u* be health ser
vice. has issued ome hot-weath
er life-savers for American ba
bies.
Dr. Kucker said today that in
his opinion scientific teaching
of mothers in elemental baby
hygiene was reducing the sum
mer death roll all over the coun
try. Here are his maxims::
The breast-fed baby is the
hope of the nation. II is sinful
for mothers able In nurse their
babies not to do so.
(live I he baby four drinks of
cool water daily.
Bathe the baby at least once a
day.
(Keep the baby from excite
ment and above all keep it cool.
Babies are the nation’s best
crop.
, There has been another drop
in the price of seats on the New
York Stock exchange. Eventual
ly one of these seats will be
about as valuable as a front, row
theater ticket on the opening
night.
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; Cr. attuiMhif, T«l«
l £• , pfco—’E»ch«»f.
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meals>1! m to a p m,
> 8 to 7 p m
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HUGO FELS
" Contractor aM BuMor
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ErtbMtn Puniuhad
WORK GUARANTfelb v ’
Cook Fires Five Shots at Critic'
of His Art—His Victim
May Die.
Sam Gentile, the Italian cook,
who shot anil severely wounded
a fisherman at 1,arsons Bay can
nery, near L'nga. has been bound
over to await the action of the
next grand jury.
The assault is reported as
most cold blooded. Gentile, who
is a cook and Enea, also an Ital
ian, had words about the cooking
'and live days later, the cook
walked to the beach where Enea
was working, witn two other fish
ermen, ordered the two men to"
stand aside, which they did, and
then he tired live shots at Enea,
jail but one of them missed, but
one shot passed through the
wounded mail’s lungs and he is
in a very serious condition.
Gentile is now in the jail at Ko
diak and will be brought to Val
dez to await the action of the
grand jury.
The shooting happened about
two weeks ago.
BASE BALL SCORES.
Sunday, August 10, I'OIII.
National League.
Cincinnati l, New York 5. Pilch
ers—Johnson; Margua ril.
St. Louis 0, Brooklyn 0. Pilch
ers— llarmon; Heulbach.
American League.
Cleveland 1, Washington C.
Pilchers—Gregg; Groom.
Northwestern League.
Seattle 2, Victoria 1. Pitchers
--Kelly: Narvesou.
Tacoma 11, Vancouver 7.
pitchers—(lirot: Ingersoll, Doty,
llarstad.
Portland 2, Spokane 5. Pitch
ers— Mays; McCoy.
TEAM STANDING.
National League.
Per
Gaines— Won Lost cent.
New York.71 32 090
Philadelphia ....01 37 022
Pittsburg .53 118 525
Chicago .55 50 524
Brooklyn . 44 55 4 i i
Boston . 42 58 420
Cincinnati .42 05 392
SI. Louis .4 1 0 4 390
American League.
Per
Games— Won Lost cent.
Philadelphia ....72 33 080
Clevelland .0,6 43 J502
Washington .59 40 502
Chicagi.57 52 523
Boston .49 54 470
Detroit.44 03 411
St. Louis .45 08 398
New York.34 00 340
Northwestern League.
Per
Garnes— Won Lost cent.
Vancouver .71 48 51)7
Seattle .07 51 508
Portland .01 4» 555
Victoria .50 05 171
Tacoma .55 00 445
Spokane .45 74 508
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The school hoard has elected
W. II. Bailey janitor of the
schools al a salary of 875.00 a
month. He is lo have charge of
the Valdez and Reservation
school houses. ’
Cook Wanted.
Cook wanted by Col. O’Neil, call
or ’phone commanding officer,
Fort Liscurn.
A fresh supply of Chinese
goods just received on the Samp
son—Chop Suey and Chinese
Noodles at the Valdez Cafe
PoetofTioe Hours.
Week diiyfe B #to 6 p. m.
Sundays and holidays 12 noon
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I 2nd At*, Snttl*.
I 12 STORIES OF SOLID COMFORT
First Class Service.
Every n*J«rs CMTcaiesee—Pries* Inn $1 wf
TIDE TABLES
Monday, August 11.
High tide 8:46 a. in. 7:50 p. in.
Low tide 2:22 a. m. 1:09 p. in.
Tuesday, August 12
High tide 10:05 a. in. 8:50 p. in.
Low tide 3:33 a. in. 2:40 p. in.
Wednesday, August 13.
High tide ll :00 a. in. 9:58 p. in.
Low tide 4:30 a. in. 3:53 p. in.
Thursday, August 14.
High tide 11:41 a. in. 10:49 p. in.
Low tide 5:14 a. m. 4:47 p. hi.
Friday, August 15.
High lide 12:13 p. in. 11:30 p. in.
Lew tide 6:24 a. m. 6:12 p. in.
Saturday, August 16.
High tide 12:41 p. in.
Low tide 6:24 a. m. 6:12 p. in.
Sunday, August 17.
High tide 12:09 a. in. 1:07 p. in.
Low tide 6:52 a. m. 6:48 p. in.
Monday, August 18.
High lide 12:43 a. in. 1:32 p. in.
Low tide 7:17 a. in. 7:20 p. in.
Saturday, August 23.
High tide 3:38 a. m. 3:40 p. in.
Low tide 9:19 a. m. 10:35 p in.
Sunday, August 24.
High lid - i:34 a. m. 4:2 4 r». m.
Low tide > 5 4 a. m. 1 I :43 p. in.
Monday, August 25.
High tide 0:00 a. in. 5:19 p. in.
Low tide 10:42 a. in.
Tuesday, August 26.
High tide 8:00 a. in. 0:37 p. in.
Low tide 1:13 a. in. 11:55 p. in.
Tuesday, August 19.
lligli tide 1:15 a. in. 1:54 p. in.
Low tide 7:40 a. in. 7:51 p. in.
Wednesday, August 20.
High tide 1:40 a. ui. 2:15 t>. in.
Low tide 8:01 a. m. 8:24 p. in.
Thursday, August 21.
High tide 2:30 a. in. 2:39 p. in.
Low tide 8:2 4 a. m. 9:01 p. in.
Friday, August 22.
High tide 2:55 a. m. 3:08 p. in.
Low tide 8:49 a. m. 9: 43 p. m.
Wednesday, August 27.
High tide 6:36 a. far. 8:05 p. in.
Low tide 2:39 a. m.l :3 7 p. rn.
Thursday, August 28.
High tide 10:23 a, m. 9:10 p. in.
Low tide 3:42 a. m. 3:00 p. in.
Friday, August 29.
High tide 11:00 a. m. 10:10 p. in.
Low tide 4:32 a. m. 4:15 p. in.
Saturday, August 30.
High tide 11:33 a. in. 10:09 p. in.
Low tide 5:15 a. in. 5:00 p in.
Sunday, August 31.
High tide 12:09 p. in. 11:58 p. in.
Low tide 5:54 a. in. 5:54 p. in.
Schedule of Donaldson.
Olliee of the Quartermaster
Fort Liscum, Alaska, June 9th,
1913.
Daily, Saturdays and Sundays
excepted.
Leave Fort Liscum, 1:15 p.
m. and 5:00 p. m.
Leave Valdez 2:00 p. m. and
5:30 p. in.
Sundays
Leave Fort Liscum, 9:30 a. m.
Leave Valdez, 12:30 p. m.
Saturdays:
Leave fort Liscurn, 1:10. p.
m., and 7:00 p. m.
Leave Valdez 4:00 p. in. and
10:30 p. in.
There will be no trips on the
2nd and 4th Fridays of each
month, these days being used
to clean boilers.
Special trips or cancelling of
the above will be made without
notice only to meet the exigen
cies of the service.
Bv order of Lietul. Col. O’Neil.
L. A. KUNZIC1.
1st. Lieutenant, 30th Infantry.
Quartermaster.
Hospital of the Good Samaritan.
For $0 we will give you a tic
ket entitling you to hospital ser
vice and care for any eight weeks
out of the year from date of your
ticket, when incapacitated by in
jury or sickness.
• See W. H. ZIEGLER.
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VALDEZ MOST POPULAR SMOKE
INTEORIDAD’S CL SIDELLO’S
BELMONT’S REPRESENTA’S
JCM HJWK’S OPTIMO’S
SMdKECRAFT’S LOVERA’S
Direct From The Factory
INGRAM & BUSH
EXCLUSIVE CIGAR DEALERS.
Days
For Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and.Seattle.
F. B. Tracy, Gen’l Agt- Valdez Dock Co., Local Agt
ALASKA C8&SS
Steamers via the INSIDE PASSAGE calling at Ketchikan. Ju
neau, Yakutat, Katalla, Cordova, Ellamar, Valdez Fort Lis
cum, Latouche, Seward, Cook Inlet Points and Kodiak.
S. S. Admiral Sampson
Sailings from Seattle
Aug. 15th and Sept. 5th and 25th
fj SAMPSON calls at KNIK ANCHORAGE each trip, also calls
at Kodiak when leaving Seattle on the 15th of the month. <
California connections—Alaska-Pacific S. S. Co.
Right is reserved to change this schedule without notice. 1
B. F. WATSON VALDEZ DOCK CO. j
General Agent Local Agent
Independent Laundry Co.
Satisfaction Guaranteed I I Foot Keystone Ave
Telephone 66 I I Roujrh Dry 10c lb.
Valdez Dock Co. PHONE NO. 1
JOBBER IN
COAL, HAY and GRAIN
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