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S. S. CRESCENT For Speed and Comfort. Down KENAI LAKE DAILY GRANDMA WHITES. - MILE 20 GO TO MRS. BITTNER’S HOAKMMi HOUSE For a Good Meal UautMurr Building. Washington Stmt PETER ANDERSON PAI VTING AND PAPERHANGING G. W. PALMER .GENERAL....... MERCHANDISE Complete line of Goods of *he Highest Crudes Highest Prices Paid tor All Furs Knik, - • Alaska Se wa rd W ater and Power Compt'n/j John A* Nelson, Manager Office Bank et 5«wird Building SEWAKl), - ALASKA SOLD FOUND AT ANDREAFSKI % Dispatches frpm Nome state that the schooner Transit is a total wreck near j Point Barrow, and that the Polar Bear, Alaska, North Star, Marv Sachs and \ Be I vide re are imprisoned in the ice. Nome, Oct* 31-The reported discov ! ery of jrold on a har of Clear river, ; which enters the Yukon on the rijfht | limit at AudreafsfcU has occasioned ‘Considerable excitement here and in ; St. Michael* During the oassed several days} quite a number have imped ed to the scene of the find. The story in circulation here is that a uian u a met l llhodes panned two ounces from the Clear river bar iu a couple of dats. The bar is supposed to have V m t been found in the early days by a half breed known Pitai, who came toSt. Michael at intervals with >?vld, but re fused to divulge me source of his in- j come. The half-breed boally died on j the trail with his secret unreveaied. j % The steamer Dora reached Unalaska at 10 o’clock tnis forenoon. ---— Sun burst pocket Sash lamps at J. L. ; Graef s._* Field glasses at J* L* Graef s« * I Budweiser beer at the Branch. * Pocket Kaives from 75c. to $5. George, the Jeweler |C. HENNING Ajceat for the Famous Fred. Kauffman Clothes Th< best of every thing in Tail, ring Ladies and Gentlemen's Clothes cleaned, ptessed. repaired aud altered. Satisfaction guaranteed. l • t Ml '■ rY^J^lJrjfll . ■ ,, 7js%^ ?qK • »* % ** u \ *'**"¥/'? t Our handsome little savings banks form a real fncentive for accumulating money in the family. 1 %$ * % % * /• " * * # % r ^ Many a small sum is never saved and banked simply be cause there’s no convenient place to put it until it seems large enough for a real bank deposit. These home banks fill the need. When they’re emptied, the contents become deposits, earning 4 per cent, from day deposited. Commerce Cafe ' E. LEVIN, PROPRIETOR Everything the Market Affords Served DAY OR NIGHT! • r — ■—— — ■ "■■■»■ '■ —— ■ The “Hang” of Yoor Overcoat will at once reveal artistic workman ship and fabric goodness if made expressly for you by our famous Chicago tailors, Ed. I \ Price & Co. Have us send them your measure and secure ultra-stylish appearance, quality and economy in your clothes. 11 undreds of new and desirable Autumn and Winter weaves await your inspec tion and vour selection now will un w questionably proclaim your style-leader ship. Better leave your measure today*1 I New shipment of Ball Band Shoe Pacs, the longest wearing pacs made. 10 in., 12 in. and 16 in. tops, with and without heels. $4.50 to $6. _• - - ----—■ ■— Felt Insoles and Hemp Sox. • t We are showing a fine new line of Summit “High Collar” flannel Shirts, in good colorings and patterns. Prices, 2.50, 3.75, 4.00 and 5.00. __ _______________ - ■ — -■ . ■ We are headquarters for the M. C. Lilley Suit Cases and Traveling Bags, made of Leather, and have a large assortment to choose from. 4 v . _L_ ■ ■ — ■' ■ — ■■ —— ■■ ■ ^ Boys’ Shoe Pacs and Rubber Boots. -- -■ ...—. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing. • 0 Carbartt and Levi Strauss Overalls. M I £ ajy 1 * « , * L \ .?* ' ^ t > jSj£ ,. ,, .. * V *5; * -'S t £ !