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CURTAIN JR!kBY OAK PLANES
RODS LANGS WHITE’S
SINGLE and A R T GHT BR0AD
DOUBLE Havi g bought our stock of HATCHETS I
Heaters bifore the advance, we
wiivrnnw are in a p°8it|on to save you 25
** If per cer|t or| ar)y of the ma|<es |jst
SHADES
'.'he . urn, O’Neill Co.
THE CORNER STORE
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The lessees of the Pueblo copper
J mine, near Whitehorse, which it was
attempted- to reopen recently, have
I given up their lease and abandoned
i their attempt to put the property on
j a producing basis. Further caving In
j the mine was the cause of the lessees
giving up their attempt to operate the
mine.
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J. J. Ellis, a mining man of wide
experience, was a recent arrival in
Whitehorse from the diggings in
the Kitchener creek district. He re
ports pay has been found on several
creeks, and that the outlook for the
country is very bright. There are now
about a dozen men in the district with
outfits, who will put in the winter
prospecting the ground.
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SOMETHING SPECIAL.
We have just received a large ship
ment of unusually fine peaches, which
we will sell at $1.20 per case while
they last. Cordova Fruit Market.
CLASSIFIED ADVS.
LOST—A Bunch of Keys containing
two postoffice keys and sever I
other keys. Return to Bert the Mes
senger and receive reward.
FOR SALE—Amos Ross property
First Avenue, $3,500. Terms. Spe
('. P.,Michelson, City, or Amos Ross,
It. R. No. 2, North Yakima, Wash.
j WANTED—At once, experienced hali
L hut fisherman. Apply Oscar Ohm
Ocean Dock. 27-31
FOR SALE—30x30 Winchester rifle
Good condition. $10. Ajjply old hos
pital. Wm. Crompton. * 25-31
FOR RENT — Five room, mjderr
house, partly furnished, l’hone 11.0
FOR RENT—Furnished house. Apply
at Daily Times.
WANTED — Woman wants work by
hour or day. Apply Clayson. 31-41
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Apply to A. Van Vechten.
LOST—A Lady's Blue Silk Umbrella
in city. Return to Times’ Office.
FOR RENT—Furnished cabins. See
Dooley. »
WANTED — A cook, at Cordova Grill
LOCAL DOINGS
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j Judge T. M. Reed, of Nome, Is here
j today on his way to the states.
| Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Doyle, of Nome,
^.pre Cordova visitors.

Ophlr Nelson and Mrs. Alma Nelson,
of Nome, havt^topped off here and1
will take the next boat for Juneau.
F. J. Bakke, formerly postmaster at
Nome, spent the day in Cordova. He
is going to fhe states for the winter.
James Fish, of Valdez, representing
'he New York Life Insurance Com
I pany, is spending a few days here.
The Victoria is loading 1200 tons
of copper ore and will sail about mid
night direct for Seattle, vit the out
LiSide passage.
Jake Berger, one of the oUl-timers of
I Nome, who made good in that country,
is here on his way to the states, ac
companied by his wife.
Phil and Joseph Ernest, who con
duct a job printery at Nome and are
also operating dredge there, made
the Times a pleasant call today.
Frank Daniels, one of the pioneer
restaurant men of Nome, is in town
today, and says Cordova certainly ■
looks good to hint.
Barry Keown, former clerk of the
territorial legislature, is among fhe
Nomeites here today on his way to the
states.
E. S. Hewitt, of Juneau, is spending
• a few days here on business. He re
ports having disposed of his branch
; store at Anchorage.

Charles Aliller was fined $fii) and
ct>sts by Commissioner Medlu for the
larceny of a suitcase fOTn Freni;
| Ripley.
The "Rag-Time Kid” will play a spe
cial dance tonight in honor of the
I Victoria's passengers. You can't keep
still when you hear ’em play.
Captain Johnny O’Brien, commander •:
of the steamer Victoria, was today :■
warmly greeted by his large circle of •:
: Cordova friends, who are always glad
to meet the veteran navigator.
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|v There will be a sheet and pil- •:
low case party given at the Red Dra
gon Club House tonight, to which the j:
j young people of the town are cordially
Invited. Come and join in. £
There will be a Boat Dance at £
yegg’s Hall tonight, to which all the
passengers on the Victoria and the
' people of Cordova are invited. The S
best of music will be in attendance.
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Editor McGibbney. of the Nome In
dustrial Worker, accompanied by his £
wife, mingled with Cordovans today.
Mr. McGibbney has been in the north
ern camp for the past eleven years,
and is going to the states to remain V
J. J. Cole and son, Arthur, who are
connected with the Miner*’ and Mer
I chants’ bank at Nome, were in town
' today, and through the courtesy of
Thos. S. Scott, Inspected the new con
crete building of the First Bank of
Cordova, which they pronounced the
finest structure of the kind in Alaska.
Our former townsman. R. A. Carroll,
who Is now agent for the Alaska
Steamship Company at Nome, greeted
old friends here today. He is on his
4way to Seattle and may return to Cor
dova and relieve S. D. Hedges, who
will shortly leave on a vacation to the
■states.
Attorney W. A. Gilmore, of Nome,
who was the Republican candidate for
delegate to congress three years ago,
was in town today on his way to the
states.^'here he will spend the winter.
Mr. Gilmore reports that the gold out
put for the Seward peninsula will be
larger this year than for some time
past, owing to the plentiful supply of
water.
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Miners returning to Treadwell from
the Pueblo mine near Whitehorse,
stated that the attempt to reopen the
mine had failed and that the mine
has again caved in. This isi the mine
in which six men lost their lives by
a cavein last "March. The attempt to
reopen this rich property has probably M
been abandoned for good. £
NEW GOODS
JOST ARRIVED
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Beautiful Georgette Waists, Hantf-embroi- V
dered in the daintiest shades. All shies.
Also separate Sport and Dress Skirts in a '
wide assortment. Some are of plain colors,
others in stripes and plaids.
New line of Silk and Wool Union Suits.
New Coats and Serge Dresses.
, Our Beauty Parlor is now open, with the
latest electrical equipment. Shampooing, Hair
Dressing, Manicuring and Vibratory Treat
ments. /
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FALL FASHIONS |
THE NEW COAT STYLES ARE READY f 1
LATEST MODELS. NEWEST STYLES
Come in and See the BEAUTIFUL NEW
COATS. The very latest fashions from the
world’s fashion center.
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All the new fabrics. All the new shades
and colors.
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There is a coat here to suit every possible
need. We have never shown a more com
plete assortment. §j
If you don’t see it in the window we have
it inside.
Will Clayson|
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We Are
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Prepared!
To do your PRINTING
and DO IT RIGHT!—in
a way that will please
the eye and a Price that
will suit the pocket-book
Give Us A TRIAL and
/ we will prove it to you.
. “Nuf Sed”
CORDOVA TIMES
Job Printing Dept.
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