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INDIVIDUAL TASTE IN UQUORS , TYPES OF GINS,' HAIGHT WHISK WHISKEY, IM PORTED WHISKEY, SCOTCH & BOTTLED IN ROND WHISKEY. i . L * SWEDISH PUNSCH Besides a Complete Line of the Fin est California and Imported Wines. MUMM’S CHAMPAGNE - t , ■ • » A A Complete List of the Famous Beaulieu Vineyard Sparkling And Dry Wines COMPLETE LINE OF CORDIALS \ ' « , r ' ’ ' BEER BY THE BOTTLE, CASE OR CARLOAD! BON MARCHE STORES • • n LINCOLN HOTEL JACK DEVINE, PROP. 'tP IfQME OF THE SOURDOUGH” ROOMS BY THE DAY OR MONTH ; ! «,V »i. . 8 NOME’S OWN DRUG STORE BEST MERCHANDISE AT REASONABLE PRICES PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS NOME DRUG STORE "Cappy” McDougall, Proprietor. Distributors Abbott Laboratories ■ , it . 1 .4I#KA UQUOR STORE ] ff\C AND IMPORTED LIQUORS AND 'WINES BEER GOLDEN GLOW, RHEINLANDER, AND HAPPY PEPPY JOHN LKPRI, Prop. DAN ALVICH, Mgr. * i « v - -un. NOME .MACHINE SHOP W. L.* SLACK AND son, proprietors Our,Aim—Satisfied Customers BOILER, MARINE. TRACTOR, ACETLYNE AND . . . ti * ELECTRIC WELDING MATERIAL STOCKED : ‘ SHAFTING, STEEL, BRONZE, ' BC81DNG, BABBITT, ACCESSORIES. FNilii'MMtiM to Local and Out of Town Work FINN ALLEY CAFE & 1 * » » '' * ft r ‘ . ~ BEER •* j .»«**:■ 1 * • Lunches and Dinners NQME, ALASKA. Northern Light & Power Co. AND ^Alaska Telephone & Telegraph Co. MM Avine and Lane's Way flGHT, POWER AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES LOCAt AO lOfO DI8TANCE ‘TELEPHONE SERVICE Herbert Hoover Country Needs G (XP (By The Associated Press) SUMMIT, N. J., Nov. 7, This country needs the Republican party more than ever, former president Herbert Hoover wrote Mayor Bu ford Franklyn and president of the Republican Club here, of which Mr. Hoover is an honorary member, that “in the days when liberty was en dangered the country needs the re publican party as a virile organiza tion more than oyer”, the letter said. Eastern Town Switches Vote (By The Associated Press) MASHPEE, Mass., Nov. 7, This town cast a reversed vote from that of 1932, by casting eighty-one votes for James Curley for Governor, as against sixty for Gasper Bacon, the Republican candidate. Mount Wash ington gave Bacon twenty-one, and Curley 18. This small town shows a gain for the democrats over their 1932 battle. NINE PERSONS KILLED OVER POLL FIGHTS (By The Associated Press) CHICAGO, Nov. 7, Nine persons were killed in political conflicts ac companying yesterday’s elections. Five died of gun ambush at Kelay res, Pennsylvania; gunmen seeking to keep negroes from the polls, kill ed a white man and wounded two others. i At Holland, Missouri, terrorists es caped, and one man was shot to death at Cedar Hlils, Ohio; anoth er was killed at Greenup, Kentucky, as he wrestled with his brother ior a gun with which a third man was wounded. In an election argument a ninth man was stabbed to death in a fight at Weeksbury, Kentucky. Records A Quake Near Aleutians (By The Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Nov. 7, The Geo rgetown University here, recorded a strong earthquake, reaching its maximum at 6:45 a.m., Eastern Standard Time. It was thought that the quake was probably in the neighborhood of the Aleutian Is lands ip Bering Sea. JACK SEIDENVERG WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS SOON IN MY NEW BUILDING NOME LAUNDRY Joe Amarok, Prop. All Types of Laundry Work Done Cleanly and Efficiently. Call and Get Our List of Prices i East of Catholic Church Nome, Alaska. THE GREEN LANTERN' 1 • H Cardroom And Beer Parlor V' - '■ * 1st Ave. and B Street . / * i r't CITY LAUNDRY V« Harry Saito, Prop. ', Opposite The Bank . 1 Clothing Pressed And > Cleaned '• OPEN FOR BUSINESS « • ' > £ Laundry Work At Reasonable PriMs . .J GOP Wins Three States ButLoses / Two Big Ones (By The Associated Press) KANSAS, Nov. 7, Hosiers were split by the Democrats and the Re publicans in early fragmentary re turns. Gains were recorded by De mocrats in Oklahoma and Massachu setts, biit Republicans found solace in Kanasas, Michigan and West Vir ginia, where D. Holt democrat is be ing lead by Senator Hatfield, GOP. Meanwhile disorders continued at several places. It is reported that a kidnapping at Chicago, took place of Dr. Joseph King, negro brother ©! Representative W. E. King, who is running for state senator this year. The assailants are described as two white men in an automobile. They were fired on by another negro. Gunmen shot and killed Horace Farrow and wounded . his father John. They were engaged in taking negroes by automobile, to^the polls. Another victim at Key lares "from shooting, died this afternoon, bring ing the total dead from violence ov er the election, to four. New Mexico’s ballots were cast under the protection of bayonets. The reason the state guard was call ed out, was not explained. President Roosevelt and wife, yes-1 terday motored in the rain to Hyde Pack to cast their vote. They re- j fleeted optimism of a democratic victory. Postmaster General Far ley, voting in New York City, said; “the GOP will get an election1 shack.” • , ] Senator Bishop Died Yesterday (By The Associated Press) PORT TOWNSEND, Wn„ Nov. 7, State Senator William Bishop, acted seventy-three years, M Chimaoum,! an old line Republican, died here yesterday. “7 ■ WATCH FOR THE NEW BUSI ifcss DIRECTORY OF NOME ■ ttl NOME LIQUOR STORE - '** *•*.' ‘ Exclusive Wines And Liquors Temporary Location Seiffert Flats t x , * • l - ' New Location Next Door To Old Fire Department iPACIFIC ALASKA AIRWAYS OPERATING Semi-weekly mail trips between Fairbanks and Nome, leaving Fair banks each Monday and Thursday at 8:30 a. m. * Office Ist Ave. and Stedman NOME, ALASKA. ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO. NOME •—.'l l - rnffr**' * > AN OPEN LETTER NOVEMBER 7th, 1934. TO THE PEOPLE OF NOME : * ii l * * i . Believing it is pardonable, we take pride in bringing to your attention the service we have given over a period of many years to Nome, and particularly the service given yon since the disastrous fire which destroyed practically all of thin city's business section. Within twenty four hours after the fire started our fast steel cargo and passenger steamer the S. S. Dellwood, was on berth ready to receive cargo for Nome. She was loaded with all dispatch and when ready was sailed from Seattle to Nome. Immediately the S. S. Dellwood sailed, another of our steel car go steamers, the 8. S. Depere, was put on berth to take care of all the overflow cargo of the S. S. Dellwood’s and to accept any new cargo offered. We want to pastisulariy point out the speed with which these ships were loaded and sailed. U]>on arrival here the two vessels discharged their cargoes with all dispatch and have now returned to Seattle. The United States Government gave to Nome for emergency relief purposes the sum of FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. The ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY, ha cutting their freight rates in half, contributed practically the same awfaMint With that, this company, if it could be possible, gave even more prompt and hotter service ever before. This service was badly needed to help recon struct Nome before winter weather set in. It was given gladly and whole heart - edly and we are proud that we did give it. To give Nome people full opportunity to order needed goods, after all other steamers had sailed for Nome, our S. S. VICTORIA sailed later than, she has (or many years past. She has discharged her cargo for Nome and is now nearing Seattle, the termination of her voyage. Nome, rising Phoenix like from the ashes, is an exemplication of the spirit Cf the ‘far 'north -showing the will to conquer under the hardest of con ditions. W« gre proud to he associated with you and to have had a part in the re HMKhWI refonatraction of a bigger and better Nome. We are proud to have had such an oxtemdve part in this work and we would like to compliment you upon yenr integrity, your mbit, year strong heartedness, and place with it the sincere hope that yea trill never again he stricken as of this recent fire. Most sincerely, ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY —-.OH, • Jas. P. Daly, Agent.