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EVERYTHING MUST GO AT SOME PRICE TO CLOSE OUT AS SOON AS POSSI BLE. IT IS NOT PROFIT I AM AFTER, BUT CASH MONEY FOR THE GOODS, THROW IN THE FREIGHT : - <MHr. I II tim ? l I IWWIH? ? ? Fixtures for Sale 1 Stand Dressing Mirror 24x48 Glass 1 Bracket Dressing Mirror, Nickle Frame 10x12 Glass 3 Fine Showcases Nickle Plated Window Fixtures 2 Celluloid Hat Cases 1 Letter Press It is not long that you will get goods at these prices. Nobody can stay in business unless they make a legitimate profit. My competitors are all nice people, but they must make some profit on their goods. Ske, <?way has a good healthy climate and is all right for the people that will stay with it, but I have other interests that call me elsewhere, hence my determination to close out business here. It is no disgrace to buy goods cheap In fact, it is a duty that everyone owes to himself and family to get all he can for his money, and for the balance of this month the following prices will prevail. You will save money by heeding this warning. Come one and all. You can take all the time you want to try on and examine goods, but anything once sold and taken out of the store can not be returned during this sale: MEN'S FURNISHINGS Hat* from ? ? - ? 50 to $1 00 Best linen collars, were - ? 20 now 10 Best cliffs, were ? - - - 40 now 20 Best white and colored dress shirts were $1 50 and $2 (H> now 1 00 (iood irrnde dress shirts, were - ? *1 25 uow 75 Neckties. were - - 75c and 1 00 now 50 Neckties .... 50 now 25 Socks, were 35c and 4(>c - - now 25 Socks, were - - - 25 now 15 Socks, were - - - 20 now 10 Sweaters that were *1 50 to *5, prices cut in two IV- 1 California flannel underwear, was. per 4 50 now 3 00 MEN'S SHOES 1 >ress shoes, were ? ? $5 oo now $3 5o I )ress shoes, were - 4 oo now 2 75 I>ress shoes, were ? ? 3 oo now 2 25 BOYS' SHOES lio\ > >hoes ?SI ooto Sl 75 MEN'S CLOTHING 2 heavy winter suits, best black cloth, sizes 42 and 44 coats Good wool suits, sizes 34 to 80, were ? 15 00 now 8 Op 1 Good black dress suit, size 35, was ? IT 50 now 10 0q Beat corduroy suits, were - 18 00 now 10 o(, Good corduroy suits, were 15 00 now 7 50 Coats ? - - - 7 50 now 4 u,( LADIES1 SHOES Ladies' shoes that were ? ><4 oo now $3 oo ladies' shoes that were ? - 3 5o now 2 75 L'u lies' shoes that were ? - 8 oo now 2 .5 Some that are out of style, but ijood shoes, were from #2 5o to 5 oo, now 1 oo, 1 25, 1 5o, 2 oo MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES A lot. of good shoes from - ? $1 oo to #1 75 MISCELLANEOUS Best felt boots and ssoxs Ladies1 overshoes, were - -Si 5o now ^1 oo Ladies' overshoes, were ? 1 oo now 15 Boys' overshoes, were ? I 25 now 7,5 Children's overshoes. - ,io to 7J TO THE W ORKIN G-MEN 1 haw lot <>| liejivy bonis and shoes good for fall and winter wfear, from $1 50 to $2 50 Tin* best mackinaw coat- and pants, 0 _ j you could not get any other goods that " would Live you the warmth, comfort and durability for less than lO 00 to ? 12 00 for, per suit from 4 00 to 5 00 < anvas lined coats from | ]_ 5o to 2 oo Best California flannel overshirts, from : 1 OO to 2 25 Canvas ulsters worth 5 00 now 2 5o Woolen mufflers. worth 1 5o now 75 Woolen mufflers, worth 1 oo now 5o Overalls, were 75 now 5o Overalls, were 85 now 6o Oveiai . ii ;m r, "1 n) the Road 65 Canvas lined pants 1 OO Your choice of falland win+ercapB 5o Your choice of wool gloves or mitts 5o STATIONARY Foolscap, Legalcap, billcap, >1 .;<> per ream, ."oo-page ledger, s 1 2 J ; ttoo-p;i re ledger, (5oc. 2 oo-page journal, . . ( "(inter books. .7c and loe each. Writing tablets, >1 > 1 ? ea> i. I >t 1 1t Carter's ink, loc. Mucilage, MANY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, BUT EVERYTHING AT A SACRIFICE W. H. ROBERTSON, Burkhardt & Co. . - - ^ ^ ? ? ? . * * ? * ' * 9 ? ? * * ? ft t fi t fi Ordinance No. 49. An ontinani-e concerning steam wood euttiui machine* steam thawers and all store pipes, chimneys or apparatus using a forced draught. F< it O aiued by the Common Council of the Town t f SKas?way. Section 1. That all steam wood cutting and steam thawing ma ehioea. and all stove pipes, c". nit.e*- ami apparatus or any k nd, iiaiiiit a forced draught, shall, while the - >ii.- are Wins operated, haw in use an effective sw?rk arrester. Section 2. Whoever shali operate or ouse to be n:? rated, such machine, stove pipe. ? Ii'inney or apparatus, without having in use - ich spark arrester, shall be deemed to be guilty of a misdemeanor, and un conviction thereof, shall be pun ; -I. >1 by a tine of no; less than live >) j nor more than titty (50) dollars: Pro- 1 Tide I, however, that any such spark ar p roved by the F;re and Water Commit tec of tin- town in writing, shall for the purpose- of this ordinance, be deemed This ordinance 9hall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval. IV-xd by the council September -Hth. Approved September 2Sth 1M03. \V. ?. King, I \ evident of trie Council an J Ex -officio Attest \V, S. McKeAN, Town Clerk. A U>??t Saul) For Sal' ? ijfur, fruit and confection ary store; doiiijj a good business: the Owner must leave on account of siek Kor )>articulars address P. O. Box M3. Juneau, Alaska. I" I'l \,ls F < I i EAiUH LASt' AT NKW ami h Haink- Alaska. lon-triutiiiL >? .i-tt rria-'. rsi?kv. llaiue*, Alaska, sepi. -j. 1 - sealed proposal-. io triplicate will be re a:sd ? h' i.p^ne-1 fortheelcarlnx'of iwen" . ti\e ? 1 laud, nioro or lev,, on the I'altetf States v itar. Re-* rraiion ac Haines. Alaska. Full scrfpitoa t.f the work w be perfi >roedi may I*1 ere upon application ?!?' at Ih i-?Ttnj. er. r>kacw >v S tftial . lur.tu, : d Ou?rtermm>tcr'- otttce. Se*t :ru-'"U Maak iofin- far siibmiltlnir p: i - * lay ?? obtained here anil alQiiartcr ? rejeet anv or all proposal* or part* ....i I ? - containing prop. ?;tls should U Prop. - il? for Clearing' and ml d I (|''aiuv. I' Kicbard^in, Construct In ? . master. H .linen, Alaaka, Caribou Crossing A Strictly f Dining Room in Connection? J; * ? i Choicest Wines Liquors & Cigars ; .????? SUMMONS District of \i-*>?k* Di\ i-.on N?>. i. losephine K ick son, plaintiff. vs. G. K. Krick No Id the name of the United ^tate*of America ? the lltb ?i ? ? > ' ' November. l'AU, there to unswer the (wmpitini ?/ ;? >epr.ine Kri. r. again n ufssolutiou "? the iK-ti Is : matrimony hereto fore existing between plumtitt and defendant on ' the n-ainti.-T by vou the sat<: defendant ; in I if yi?u fail sou- appear and answer or otherwise ion No. 1, ?.f tike DiMrict of Alu*ka. or any .!ep ett and you will in akc due return hereof to th? date of delivery to you with an endonemen Wiine>-? my hau l and the >eal of - dd court at Sk ??viH v in said District, this .-th day of Sepl ember. 1***. (Seal . i W. J. HILLS By M. H. MeLKLlAN. Deputy Clerk Date ol Inst publication No. < tuber 1> SOLDIERS' ADDITIONAL HOME STEAD NO. United States Laud Office, At Juneau, Alaska. August 21. ItWJ Notice is hereby given, that A. K. Tregent, ;? 1 asignet A. K Clark and Edwin N Bliss ! *-? In&r entitb -i ???the U?nefit- of Section 250b of the served hi the war of the Rebellion, ha* made application to thin offli e to make proof and en- ! try bv NHid applicant, under act of congresa ap proved Ma} ilth for lands in U.S. survey No. 17* in :h* District of Alaska, described 8 foil? 'a*, towit: Situate on the -"Utherly shore of that armed Lynn canal? on the west side thereof known as Chi Ikoot inlet, and at a point approximate! \ District of Alaska, and more particularly dc l>_::nning at a point at ordinary high water mark on the main '.and on the aouthwaaterlv o;i he west si lether -of. marked Be<. cor. No. I." from which 1" S. initial monument No. 17 s hearsS '?? deg. 3?i min. K. l.s : chains: thence ,v tldeg. ? min. w. io.3u chains to cor. No J ; thence S. 67 dcu*. 45 min.K ltf I . chains to cor No. 3: thence N- 11 dep. "C miu. fc. h 0 ehaius t<> c >r. N?' < : thenet N. ?it) deir. 5? min \V. along ln.? of ordinary high tide, 2.01 chains to oor. No thence N *6 deg. 06 min. \V. aloug ordinary high ti !e? 5. v? rhahis t<? cor. No. ? thence N dec 22 min. W along line ?! ordinary high i t;de. 7. chains to cor . No. 7;then? e N 72 d r i' to cor. No. l the place of beginniug cm ntainlng an areaoi 15.su acres. Variation, 33 deg. 20 min. E. Any and all persons claiming adversely any , portion <>t M.id lan is nre required t" tile an ad vert main .hereto in th a ofttce during the thirtx days thereafter otherwise proof and en try of said lands will be made by said tpplica it. IOHN \V. DIDLI N It Is hereby ordered that the foreg'-inc not'ee b^* pub shed for the u 11 period o! -dxty-otie days in the skagway Alaskan, a daily ne wsp.i hereby it- gnate lobe the newsjtaper publish- . ? <1 nearest the land described JOHN W. DL'DLKY. Register. Kir-t publication Aug. 27th. Birch I lark Baskets, at Case & Dra The Royal Laundry cannot l?e ex celled. They suit your taste and con venience and tit you in prices. Phone 97, next to electric plant. Goto T. J. BROfMSEII Fop Anything in the SfCOND-IIAND LIKE From a Needle to An Anchor Fourth Ave. near Broadway Ordinance No. 48. An ordinance regulating the rat.- of speed on bridges belonging to or in control of the town of Skajjway. of the Town of Skapway: That it shall be unlawful for .my per il iclea over or upon any bridjre Telong infiT to or in the control of the town of Ska^way at a rate of sp ed faster thin a walK. That anv person convicted of havine ed by a fine of uot less than five dollars nor mure than fifty dollars. be in force from and after its passage and approval. Passed in the council September 28. Approved September 28ib 1903. VV. 11 KiNC:. I'ro-ident of the Council and Ex-o:' io Mayor, pro tero. Attest," W. S. McKean, Town Clerk. At th? Pantheon The Pantheon has .ust received a lartre consignment of Hermitage whis kies. rye and botu-l>on. This is the fln Skagway. Try it. Lester E. Kirkpatrick John G. Price Kirkpatrick d. Price 430-32 Lumber Kxehange, Seattle, Wn I Curios! Curios! I f The -how window of Case & Dra- ? j root Bask'-N stained with natural J < dyes. 15 rch Park Pusk' tsand Can- ? J oes. Moosehide Sofa Pillows. Snow- ? ' shoes. Gun cases, I'apoose straps, ? < Hows and Arrows. Pincushions, ? * Mackenzie Uiver Uabaies and ISO ( Pairs of Moccasins, ?\e. I Case & Draper \ I A Fine Line of ! Key West .Cigars > ???????? ; ? Just Received 5 Tony Dortero * REMEMBER THE NUMBER. J 428 BROADWAY ? ? W.V/A * ?'* ?' OME IDiRD ? Coles' Hot Blast ' rorottieiiy E.R. Peoples! We are Headquarters for HEATING- APPARATUS Von are cordially invited io inspect our stocV . NORTHWESTERN Smelting 4 Refining Co. BUYERS OF GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ORES, MATTES, BULLION, FURNAC ? r and CYANIDE PRODUCTS. Se 1 1 1 ? in t ii t% .Tl adc W lllilii tire liny* \lt?*r Kecclpl off Or?* LOCATION OK WORKS: Crofton, Vancouver Island, B. O. Pioneer Jewelry Store, BROADWAY b, .. I. of llit t ace. veltc; uck ul ??? si- ry ao<) opt cafptH. j. Designer ar.,i manuf;i.tu e n( ?oeictj p- ? mrtlaii- aud ev ; . Nugget Jewell y H. D. KIRMSE, Prop Official Watch Inspector W- P. & Y, Ry I i-- ' I ? I 'kW I -! 1 Q B ARE NOW IN They are strictly new goods, design ed tor this coming fall and winter, con sisting of a splendid selection of domes tic and foreign woolens ot all descript ions and first-class both in quality and design. Your patronage is cordially solicited. ! F. Wolland, Merchant Tailor Corner State Street and Fifth Avenue Telephone No. 76 FOOL A GOOD JUDGE He KnowjThat It'j SEATTLE BREWING S,MALTING CO. SEATTLE, WASH. U.S.A. Go to the Daily i Alaskan for job printing.