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TO THE PUBLIC
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 s? ?! i ? 111 ? i immmmmmmmmmmmmm Fixtures for Sale 1 Stand Dressing Mirror 24x48 Glass 1 Br r; et 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. Skagway 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 Hats from Best linen collars, were ? - ? 20 now Best cuffs. were Best white ami colored dress shirts were * 1 .">?> and #2 00 ... ? ? now 1 00 <??>od grade dress shirts, were - - si 2."? now Neckties, were - - 7f>c and I OO now 50 Neckties S?K*k>. were .*5.k* ami H Sn-ks. were Socks. were - ? ? 20 now 10 Sweaters that wen* S1 f>o to |?ri? - nit in two Bc-t California flannel underwear, was, per MEN'S SHOES | >ress shoes, were Dress shoes, were Dress shin's, were BOYS' SHOES Boy-- shoes MEN'S CLOTHING * ?J heavy winter suits, best black cloth, sizes 4*2 and 44 coats. Were - - ? - $26 00 now $15 00 (Jood wool 'suits, sizes 34 to ?'!<>. were - 15 00 now S 00 ? 1 (iimmI black dress suit, size 35, was - 17 50 now 10 Oq 3 Best corduroy suits, were - IS 00 now 10 <>(> (iood corduroy suits, were 15 OO now 7 5q Coats ? ? ? 7 50 now 4 ii(| LADIES' SHOES Ladies' shoe that were * s4 oo now $3 <?o Ladii shoes that were ? - 3 5o now 2 75 Indies' shoes that were - - it oo now 2 .25 Some that are out of style, but good 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 froni - * - $1 oo to $1 75 MISCELLANEOUS .s i Jo now -S'l oo ladies' overshoes, were ? 1 oo now 7-7 1 25 now 7,; TO THE WORKING-MEN I have ?i ' t of hea \ > hoot- and shoes good for fall and wintfer wear, from The best mackinaw coats and pants, yon could not get any other goods that would give you the warmth, comfort and durability for less than 10 00 to 12 00 for, per suit Canvas lined coats liT'sl California llamiel overshirt ( 'anvas ulsters $1 50 to $2 50 worth worth worth Woolen mufflers, Woolen mufflers, Overalls, were Overalls, were Overalls, engineer, "Boss of theKoad" Canvas lined pants Your choice of fall and winter caps ^ our choice of wool gloves or mitts STATIONARY Foolscap. 1 ilea;. I If ip, i ? > per ream. .Too- page led. 1 1 . r. (loc. 2oo-page journal, i n ?; -h. Writing tablets, ?I loc each. ;; I ! I ? tirter - ink. loc. Mucilage, from 4 00 to 5 00 from 1 5o to 2 OO from 1 0O to 2 25 5 OO no v 2 5o 1 5o now 75 1 00 HOW 5o 75 now 5o 85 now 6o 65 1 OO 5o 5o MANY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, BTJT EVERY I HINGr A i A SaCi xl 1C u W. H. ROBERTSON Burkhardt & Co. Ordinance No. 49. An ordinance concerning steam w?x! or apparatus uMog a forced draught. oft ? !>wr. f SKagway. That all steam wood cutting and steam u-ing a forced draught. shall, wh.U the -..jr.- nre being operated, have in u-e m Whoever shall opi-rate or c luse to he chimney ?r apparatus. without h.u in use - lch -oark arrester, -ha.'! be i!' me 1 to be guilty of a tuisd. weanor, ished by a fine of no; less than five "?) nor lore than lily (50) dollar.-: I'ro \ idi . howt er. that any such spark ar rester which shall have been first ap proved I>t the Fire and Water t 'otntnt - Vhi- ordinauee shall takeeffcet and b> in force from and after its pa?a*;e and approval I'a- by the council September -N;.b, Approved September :>th lixU. I \f- lent of trie Council anj Ex -officio Alt. -' \*\ S. M?'Kean. Towa Clerk. A Gieut Snap Owner must leave on accouut of ?ick Kur particulars address I*. < >. ltox 0 -rn ? i 'i?i. A! j 1 ' J- ??.wnlN in tri^ilcalv -. r< .:u*r. k" -Vii'i'H at Alatka. toll - ? ? i } thpworkt-* te p< rt. rn;i.l, ina* 1 ? ?.l . i- ?: i*r*' h?iii application: *!*.> a! th <tWartrrnu??er ?>??? o s vih. mid yuarl., rtu*?t?r'- nil . S< <1 !t i aftaiii W. P KK,h.?;dMjU.Con>: i in 'Joartt ruiaster. Hitnt'-, A i,*>l?u. mum ioiei Caribou Crossing A St riot' j Diq i g Room in Connection ; Choicest Wines Liquors & Cigar- . ijeooaooai I SUMMONS - -ier -tt SOLDIEKV ADDITIONAL HOME STEAD NO. uitwaof I" ??. V arraUon, 3&<2e?. 10 ji Fir-t pt.kallou Aug. :Tlh. Goto I. J. BROKER Sf COND-HAND LIVE From a Xcedle to An Anchor Fourth Ave. near Broadway Curios! Curios !i : <? . *<? ??* . A Fine Line cr' i Key West Tony Dortero $ it EM EMBER TH: NUMBEP. 3 *??< >?<s * w V'AV.V.'/i 'AV.V.V.'i 0\t IfflRD ^ Coles' Hot | Blast | E.R. Peopies | HEATING APPARATUS NORTHWESTERN Smelting & Refining Co. BUYERS OF GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ORES, \ MATTES. BULLION, FURNACE and CYANIDE PRODUCTS. Srtt|?nira?<x .Hade W Itliln I'lvc Il?)k After Herri pi of Ore ^ LOCATION OF WORKS: Crofton. Vancouver Island. B. 0. -~en> xjen^n e ~.ns %f ineer Jewelry BROADWAY l m? ' of ifcu ! iii)i :?.?<? ".xk <>' ? y *?< nociety bau/es, p> tci.c sla anc uup?. Nugget Jewelry H. D. KIRMSE, Prop Official Watcli Inspector W- P. & Y. Ry vV* U J.C L-l.-J ' i) ARE NOW IN They are strictly new goods, design ed lor this comine fall and winter, con sir- ting of a splendid selection of domes tic and foreign woolens ot all descript ions and first-class both in quality and design. Your patron ,ge is cordially solicited. F. Wolland, Merchant Tailor + T Corner State Street :ind Fifth Avenuf T Telephone No. 76 ? ? I YOIT^^^CANT FOOL A GOOD JUDGE He Krxowj-That It s SEATTLE BREWING ^MALTING CO. SEATTLE, WASH. U S A. Go to the Daily f Alaskan for job printing.