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S. BLUM & CO.
INCORPORATED BANKERS -> .. •* - CAPITAL $200,000.00. We do a general banking business. We sell exchange on all parts of the world. We pay 4 per cent interest on Time Certificates of Deposit Give Your Freight Contract to Robert McIntosh DELIVERY GUARANTEED Contracts taken forjdelivery in the NELCHINA, CHISANA, and SLATE CREEK sections. No contract too large, none too small. For prices apply to Rob’t McIntosh, Valdez. When in Chitina Stop at the CHITINA HOTEL Finest Hotel in the Interior—Well Heated, Clean Rooms. Bar in Connection. Rates Reasonable Go to the ARCADE for quick, clean service. RAlfFRY ,N connection Drtrvi_rv 1 everything good JACK CALL1N & CO. BEST PLAGE TO EAT MRS. ST. MARIE’S Crawford Building, opposite Tele phone Exchange. c 7 a m to 9 a ni MEALS< Lunch 12 m to I i> ni t 6 to 7 p m BOARD & ROOM #50 per Mo. PIONEER BARBER SHOP WM. GILLINEAU. Prop. Tonsorial Parlors Best Appointed BATH ROOM in Valdez. Fine, Large Tub*—Plenty Hot Water THE PINZON CIGAR STORE DICK’S PLACE Fine Line of Cigars and Tobacco; Fruits. Nuts. Candies. Card Room Soft Drinks of All Kinds ST. ELIAS HOTEL Keystone. Ave.. Valdes. Alaska Warm, light, outside rooms. Headquarters ■ for mining and traveling men. Transients soicited. Rates reasonable. Dougherty & Ferguson GENERAL ; MERCHANDISE 9 The best groceries received on every boat, .< i Fresh vegetables, fruity and nuts. LAUNCH THREE -M Twin Screw, Powerful and Commodious, Freight, Passengers and Towing. Inquire Room 1, Panama Hotel. LAUNCH IDA Leave* from Valdez dock for SHOUP BAY and way points at 10 a. m. Daily W. J. CALLAGHAN. Ill* Mill VI ltm»| |iiuw in the raw orman 135toOMSWTT1^Tti-50SMPUtoOM3 For Sale. Forty-two thousand shares of Cam eron-Johnson Gold Mining company stock at 8 cents a share; also five thousand shares of SweepBtake stock. One hundred dollars buys an eighth interest in No. 13 joining discovery on Flat creek and McDougall, in the Nelchina district; pay found on the claim and annual assessment work done. Will buy, borrow or rent a six or eight h. p. gasoline or coal oil en gine. Must be in good condition and reasonable. For sale, good sled, two good work dogs and harness. Apply to Mrs. Rose Johnson, at the Alameda house. To Our Patrons. SO that the force of the Independent Laundry can enjoy their Thanksgiv ing turkey, we respectfully announce to our customers that no starch work will be accepted later than Wednes day noon for delivery the sam • week. Rough dry as usual. HARRY E. F. KING. Thanksgiving Dinner. For Thanksgiving dinner come and buy a fresh killed turkey, goose or duck, shell oysters by the dozen, Olympia and Eagle brand oysters by the can; lettuce, tomatoes, celery, cucumbers and nice things for your Thanksgiving dinner. LOVE-WHITLEY COMPANY. The Nemo. Fundamental principles upon which Nemo Corsets are based are Hygien ics, Fashion, Durability and Stability. Once a Nemo wearer, always a Ne mo wearer. At E. WINTER’S, the Ladies’ Furnisher. Ladies. For Ideal Comfort in corset as well as style, health and durability, try a Nu Bone Corset and be convinced. Fittings in the privacy of your home. For appointment—Phone 105. Mrs. T. It. Needham, general manager, in Fish building. , ... ■- -■*_ To Rent or Lease. The Gakona roadhouse, including 25 acres of land under cultivation; , located in Copper river valley, iflO miles north of Valdez on the Shushan na trail. Good trading point for furs. A splendid opportunity for right par ties. Apply to JAMES FISH, next door to Tillikum Club. The Nemo. Nemo Corsets are made over the living figure and are anatomically correct. Tehro can be no pressure at any point if the correct Nemo model is selected and worn. Private room for fitting. At E. WINTER'S, the Ladies’ Furnisher. For Sale. Two bowling alleys complete, pins and balls, also automatic pinsetter. Will sell on terms if desired. ‘Also moving picture machine in first-class condition. Enquire AL. WHITE & CO. Notice. Anyone wanting to send supplies or euipment to Shushanna see W. H. ^lalvern, opposite St. Elias. Will leave about Dec. 20th. The Orpheum Tonight. Excellent pictures will be shown at the Orpheum tonigfiht: A Poor Relation—Thanhouser dra ma and a good one. Gaumont Weekly—Thee world in motion. A Doctored Affair—A sidesplitter. A Red Hot Romance—Fine Key stone comedy. Two shows at eight and nine fif teen sharp. Don’t miss it. Valdez Electric Company will be ready to supply electric light and power to consumers in the town of Valdez about December 1,1913.,. From that date Valdez will be able to buy electricity for all j • • i ' ' ; purposes at rates far below those prevailing in the past, and rates will never go up again. The Valdez Electric Company M.UPt bur dened with fixed charges and with expansion of its, business can gradually reduce rates, giving all the people the benefit of the business which all the people help to create.,, When the gross income of the new company in the city exceeds $1,000 a month 5 per pent of the. 9*ce£| will go into the city treas ury by the terms of the &l$i*porate franchise.( - Get behind the Valdez Electric Company and boost for reduc tion in the cost of living. Valdez Electric . WANT GREAT • BRITAIN TO SHOW LONDON, Nov. 24.—A committee consisting of heads of the British manufacturing, commercial and ship ping companies, was formed today to ask reconsideration by the govern ment of its decision not to participate in the Panama-Pacific exposition. ANNOUNCEMENT. Ticket No. 142 drew the doll (Cin derella) at the Catholic fair, Moose 'Hall, November 22. The holder will please present the same to Mrs. Top liff and receive Cinderella. LOCAL BREVITIES. Fresh Seal shipped oysters on ev ery boat for Frye-Bruhn Co. Al. Sullivan 's still confined to his bed with rheumatism. Lloyd Fish, who has been suffer ing with an attack of la grippe, is again able to he out and attend school. POSITION wanted by experienced woman as camp cook. Inquire at the Prospector office Elliott Sewart, of the Prospecting Publishing company, is again able to be out, although still weak from his attack of pneumonia. The Ford automobile, belonging to Robert Sheldon, led at the Orpheum next evening, after the regular show. We are showing the largest line of holiday goods ever shown in town. S. BLUM & CO. E. E. Dickey left this morning with fou^horses loaded with supplies for the Nelchina district. He is taking in supplies for a number of prospect ors. Blum’s Just received a -large ship ment of fancy groceries for Thanks giving. See their window. , Steve Peck ^hd E. McClaire, with a team of five dogs, left this morning with an outfit for the Nelchina camp, where they will spend the winter prospecting. i _ 1 The Valdeit, Electric company have commenced tne' work of placing the) cross arms on the poles they have : erected about the business section , of th ■ town. , \ } 77—-—~ I The best plaSe to bathe is at tne i Pioneer barber'shop; large tubs and plenty of warm walei. Robert McIntosh will send six teams out from Valdez next Wednes day to the Nelchina. Four teams are expected to reach Valdez tomor row morning from the interior. . Patty Marshall and Phil Wilson made thirty miles yesterday accord ing to telegrams sent to friends in Valdez. They made from Teikhell roadhouse to the Tonsina roadhouse. If you want to soil or buy any sec ond-hand furniture, stoves, etc., call up City Express. Telephone 82. The launch Elvira returned last from Port Wells and way ports. The launch was chartered by Captain Sta nley, to replace the Brighton, while needed repairs were made to the Port Wells mail boat. Captain Blodgett, of Kodiak, will leave on the Sampson for Seattle, where he will receive medical treat ment. Mrs. Blodgett and Miss Blod gett will remain in Valdez during the captain’s stay in the Spirit City. Colonel O’Neil, in command of the 30th Infantry, will leave on the Samp son for Portland and will spend sev eral months in the states. Captain Irwin will be in command of For: Liscum. No Potlatch Next Year. SEATTLE, Nov. 24.—The commit tee in charge of the Seattle Potlatch have received word from the Secre tary of the Navy that it 'wijl be im possible for the big battleships of the navy to come to t’ e Spirit City next spring and they have therefore an nounced that the Potlatch is off un til 1915. Ladies, Attention. New line of coats, ohe-piece suits j and a few sets of One furs just re | reived at Harvey's Toggery. ! . i ■ - Adler Is closing out business and will leave in thirty days. i Hand laundry; corner of Hobart i street and Kdyatbhe avenue. Flannels 'and silks 4 specialty. MRS. H. SHARTS A CO. • • f New Roods. New goods on every boat at Mrs. Winter's. |\_; I1 Subscribe for the Prospector. Marca Rica Cigars VAtbfeZ M'OST POPULAR SMOKE INTEQRIDAD’S BELMONT’S VAN DYKEf 8MOKECRA FT'S ' EL 8IDELLO’S REPRESENTA’S OPTIMO’S LOVERA’S Direct From The Factory, INGRAM & BUSH EXCLUSIVE CIGAR DEALERS. Valdez Dock Co. PHONE NO. 1 JOBBER IN COAL, HAY and GRAIN AGENT FOR Alaska Steamship Company Alaska Coast Company Independent Laundry Co. Satisfaction Guaranteed 1 Telephone 66 I Foot Keystone Ave Rousrh Dry 10c lb. ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO. S. S. Alameda, S. S. Northwestern Sail Nov. 7th, 17th and 27th For Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Seattle. F. B. Tracy, Gen’I^Agt- Valdez Dock Co., Local Agt. ALASKA CS&&S Steamers via the INSIDE PASSAGE calling at Ketchikan. Ju neau, Yakutat, Katalla, Cordova, Ellamar, Valdez Fort Lis cum, La touche, Seward, Cook Inlet Points and Kodiak. S. S. Admiral Sampson Sailings from Seattle December 5. ISAMPSON calls at Kodisk euch trip. California connections—Alaska-Pacific S. S. Co. Risht is reserved to change this schedule without notice. B. F. WATSON VALDEZ DOCK CO. General Agent Local Agent Chas. R. Crawford Wall Street Phone 159 Plate slaw, window glass, roofing and building papers, roofing pitch, lime. ce; ment, plaster lath, shingles, builders hardware. Shop and job work of all kinds Windows, Doors, Moulding, Finish ing Lumber Agents for Fairbanks. Morse ft Co. Valdez Sheet Metal Works Manufacturers of YAKSHAW STOVES Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating, Pump* and Well Point*. Sheet Metal Work of Every Deacription, Hoae Valve*, Iroi °ipe. Fitting*. t , V- " "? • A. M. Diennger Valdez transfer General Trucking and Freight ing to all interior points *• LIVERY ar i FEED STABLE STORAGE Teaming of all kinds! I Positively "ho coal daHniod unless add for In advance When in Seward Stop at the COLEMAN HOUSE • ‘‘tfitfirfre ti e it t otiv ' S.RICTLV FIRST, CLASS Fourth *A»t ' Siw«'rp. >•.«»» Copper River Draying Co] Freighting and passengers to all ports of the Interior. General Trucking Kd. Wood, • Proprietor I , MeKIn.ay Si. V*He«