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fflomc Daily IRuggd
An Independant Newspaper . Published Daily Except Sunday by
THE NOME PUBLISHING CO.
GEO. S. MAYNARD. Sole Owner and Publisher.
C H A S. F. S A N D F 0 R D, . Editor.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, In Advance
NOME OAILY NUGGET. 1 month $ 2.00
NOME DAILY NUQGET. 1 year 20.00
NOME DAILY NUGGET,. 6 months 10.00
NOME WEEKLY NUGGET. 1 month .50c
NOME WEEKLY NUGGET. 1 year $5.00
NUGGET MINING AND DREDGING MAGAZINE Issued Annually.
PRICE PER COPY ...... 50c
PRICE PER COPY mailed .55c
Rates for advertising space in any of the above publications will be made
known on application.
Entered a* second class matter February 26, 1907, at the post office at Nome,
Alaska, under the Act of Congress of March 1878.
Copy for regular arivertisemente must be in by 10 o'clock on day of publication.
PHONE MAIN 46.
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS
Tha Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all
newt dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in (his paper and also '
the local naws publiahed herein. All rights of republication of special dispatch
es herein art also reserved.
NOME. ALASKA APRIL, 30, 1918.
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+ FLAG OF MINE *
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+ They have sent my flag a flying t<' hr mi batth lim 4* .
4* To the ghasllj woods and tidges, to the Mi n r ■ • o li n 1 m no 4*
4* Not for eon-jiK-pT, but to show to a fa-rco, vtmii • 4
+ Th it, Where liberty is trampled. there try f: • • i„. n flu 4*
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+ The) lutv* s'nt my flag a-sailing . ' . g i •. t! . 4* '
+ l->*r tlio highway of the. nations it must .••• enn - < t- t'c • 4*
+ Lurking, waiting in the deop, 1", a venoim I r.-; til- creeps, +
+ Hut iny flag shall crush and spurn it ft-on tt • p. ,ud high + j
4* course she keeps 4* i
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4* They have sent my flag a-winging • ill ' I ■ ' • ■: , . •. i- i 4* j
4* Where the planes, like stormy petrel- ■ n the i rest i.f hattl- i 4*
4 Stripes that burn and stars that shim . < wliatc-vi r ip.- it i- 4*
4* 1 will go Where glow thy mines, flag ..f mine, d>ar flag of m n- 4*
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POOR JUDGEMENT

Again en.lfNiv.ii jug 1.1 conceal under a shoyyei ..f p. uri 1 • ■ 1. n-llti. ■ tin ' I
utter absence ..f l.,gl ,il d-fense ngainst the luniiint. ... : f..p ;n .
nation of their tin haloed liei .. .Sulzei. t'n h
the title of Kulz. i Campaign fomniitt.-. . in • ; • . • i
ing Worker.
The in." him wilt* t 'his Mine .!•,.■ - . '' ,
in another effort t.. holster the poor r-.Mi.~- • > ,. • r.- I ■ -. . 4
the Nagger. In , • • ,1 itot i rent <;s - • < • • i ' • \j :.
to this gentlcm-.il wit I tile nimble r. . f .• • . re.
Nugget is not b..n». f > nntention .u • •• i • • m*- t) i
was to be gaincsl h, . ttempting t" b. ir o .. ;.i; _• ■ • ; ,. |
eustom—-malign someone in no way connected wit r . i. n issm . \\ .
also advised him that if the machine crowd w.- ..» i -p. i. i the p . jn
advertising tlu-y are achieving mighty po«.r i.-ults n . . th«-i: i l.
Kuizer, no". eke ... k fallen into sad d advertisi
the Nugget. .Mr Snlzer. the "On-the-je'o'-whil--• i t.,r..i ,:nb -• -,i\
gentleman is or should we s. • "w s" -r-dl in nw .f . little h - -ting .
cause of a belief in the minds of th<- people i t h- has i-mm guilty of certain
little defections a '.i- h nr. surely in need . -i.-f.-n i. i \\ ,tvi- .| i. t• •
spend some of 111. looney employed in spr* uliug Ins j.. ■ i|,■ wit';.-isms on . . mi
paper to explain why Mr Snlzer attempted to do. , iv< tie |.j.le !„• i, presents
i.v sending that • *n the job" telegram, why In departed from Washington
when the Foreign Ton nag. lull amendment e\. lading \lask.i is before Con
gress, why it is that a majority or his measures be. r the m rk of corporation
leaning. Also yve suggested that he explain that mat little li,|tior provision!
( r»n tn 11 \ r • c- f* ■ mmiu IT r.m». I ? n lr. la i 11 . ., i r.t U..... , 1 . .. i , t <- *
of that measure, also the features of the eiiu.illj famous r, hiim Kill that1'
will relieve it of the stigma of being so cnnnlngh <it signed ih i the i
• 'tions could under its provisions, "hog" the best fishing ground of tin Terri-!
ton in perpetuity to the exclusion of tin- Alaska people \w advised him to |
-Tend the money in showing tin people that the Sttlzer bills and Sulzor deeds I
were RIGHT instead of wasting it in an attempt to show that tin Nugget 1
was wrong by means of silly Witticisms and banal general!I i. s.
if the machine writer had a good cm for business ho would realize
that no amount of lambasting or criticising the Nugget would convince Un
people that Sulzor did not send that deceiving telegram; that ho did his
duty by the people when he slipped out of Washington when the transportation
corporations were endeavoring to have Aalskn excluded from the rate lower
ing provisions of the Foreign Tonnage bill; that lie did not eater to the liuimr
interests in bis Home Rule bill, and that the provisions of his Fishing bill
• ire not directly against the desires of the people of Alaska as expressed in
Regulative memorials to Congress. Rut, in spite of possessing such hum
oies<|ue perspicacity in the matter of calling attention to Hie faults of (lie
Nugget, all his Solomon-like wisdom will not permit him to see that tin
High Priest of the machine and not the Nugget is called into uuestion by the
voters.
Wo tried to get him to tell us wherein the famous Sulzor bills were not
inimical to tin- Interests of the Territory and to show ns that Mr Sulzor did
not deceive the people in that "on the job" telegram in a fair and logical
manner. Rut he does none of those things, thereby proving our earlier eon
i ntlon that the machine cult HAVE No DEFENSE TO MAKE. Taking it
!’ in all. Jus second attack on the Nugget is an even sillier document than the
Hrst In spite of laudations of Sulzor and his "great" bills he falls to dig up
on* single argument to convince the people that the Nugget Is wrong by
* <a
slIuWIMJ that it is \\ mug. rim poor ..t terni. ' , i \ •
only I" corneal the eompleti ahse: me Of plallsil'le an: r- Its e: I g- :
111.ole against Snlzrr and liis measures and has : .■rvol tia all a purpose than
to t-onvinco till- voters that either there is some tiling damnaHy wrong wit
Siilzer and liis deeds or lie is lamentaldy 1. eking in .ompi n ut del', n.l. i -• no
in this nock of the woods. The Soothing Talk is i f m : 1!.. i It
hilt it possesses the sad defeet of not soothing tin Ironi.h s of me Snl/.er. wlm
is sadly in need of such attention.

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' (>n hill (•;. Ilillg' .'ill 111 II lift V.
uf i' i uty one nnrl thirty oho
I ’i ■ iii 11 forces eniitui iil f .mis Hill I
’."I ufier furious Hull tie .• ul< .nr Ym iltttt
fron 1.
I: tish contlmit I ulY> i mi Aii.si
l' 1 n I .< IlleCicjr slight :• ins I f < I III 11
.mi t. rt.-ory.
BOWLING ALLEY OPEN
Make an effort to pay the small ac
count you owe at HOLT'S and Kelp a
good cause'.
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l Meat Market
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-mouth with t h»' nirl low n> -that ndnis oi long aue
in«i in 1110 v.'o*» I. \ ! I.\ I I i Urnlin k\ Hut'U'V (fc
I.U xe \s itil all natural Jim jiij •»* ipialiti'- brought «
out, rum *'litf .a <l an-1 I -J !<•' • .1 . \ ary t ■ « of 1»it?*
and raw n< ^ ('
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The Daily Nugget j
Job Printing Department l ]
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Business Stationery
Cards, Letter Meads, Bill Heads. State
ments, Envelopes, Legal Blanks, In
voices, Shipping lags, Special Blanks.
Society Stationery
Invitations, Announcements, Programs
Cards. Menus
Posters, hand Bills
Circulars, Brochures, Booklets, Pam
phlets, Folders, Placards.
WE DELIVER YOUR
PRINTING m TIME
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KFEP YOUR FRIENDS POSTED
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Let the Nugget da Your Letter Writing |
SUM) YOUR FRIENDS COPIES
OF THE
NOME WEEKLY NUGGE1
It contains the local and telegra
phic News condensed. All the re
cords of the Commissioner’s Of
fice. Patent notices, Forfeiture
notice and Summons of various
forms.
WE Wil l MAIL THE I
Nome Weekly Nugget "
To any address in the United
States lor
50 Cents Per Month
vve win ruruutsc
J Coal Backs
1 In Good Condition
Aldskd liifliteiaije & (ommeidal (o.
NORTH POLE BAKERY
ANVIL BAKERY
Bread !5c loaf, two loaves for 25c
CHAS. CAVEY, Prop.
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I NOME BAKERY j
l VICTORY BREAD f
Conforming to orders of Food Administrator; Q
on sale at all times. X
WE RECOMMEND OUR SPECIAL HEALTH BREAD . O
FOR FAMILY USE K
WE GUARANTEE THE BEST CUP OF COFFEE IN TOWN. X
itrvo Hot Cakes, Ham and Eggs elc., from 7 a. m. to 1 p. m. X
*! Lunches from 12 Noon to 7 p. m. Every Day. O
WE ARE IN BUSINESS TO SATISFY OUR CUSTOMERS. 5
JUUL & NELSON, Proprietors. g
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GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
.5AS. SWARTZEIL, Prop.
Best Accomodations in Alaska
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STEAM HEATED. ELECTRIC LIGHTED
BATHS IN CONNECTION.
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I W. J. ROWE |
l TRANSFER AND FREIGHTING |
0 Dealer in all kinds of Lumber §
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1 Horses For Sale I
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First thing wr know we’re going to have a Bone dry country .%
* out and out. Already tin' mighty prohibition wave is engulfing "demon .w
r> i
j rum” and th«5 flood gales of righteous antagonism against John Bar* ^
‘ leycorn is going to sweep him into i vci la ling oblivion. T housandi of
i ct ,<it y over arc going to shortly find it impossible to gef^
T their daily, many of thorn hourly ‘'nip ," and tho-e fellows are going ^
j to look up the best bottled drink they can get to wet their whistles
«, with. The; are not going to “get off” of booze, and drink any pink
^ ‘Tea slop". Oh no—they want something with a delightful relish—a 4“
^ sparkle and a zest and the AKSALA drink is going to fill Iho bill to
Jt^ a T-Y-T. Weis every spot In the internal arid district, soaks it down
4^ good. No dust left in your throat after a bottle of AKSALA. For *
4+ sale everywhere. 4*
$ The Nome Bottling Co. t
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! On and after January 1st |
t I lie best billiard and pool room i
j in Alaska will be opened by the +
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