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Alaska Prospector, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Valdez, Alaska VOLUME 5, NO. 36 VALDEZ, ALASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, OFFICIAL CITY PAPER New Store Is now completed and ready for business. We now have an opportunity of displaying to advantage our large and varied fall stock of jg Fine Clothing, Shoes, Underwear, and We are showing a strong line of 15 And The Lid Is Now On day answers from him by wire telling Shoes Values as good as can be had anywhere. The public is res- pectfully invited to inspect our store and stock. The "lid is on" and today there are no gambling games or dance halls in operation in Yaldez. In view of the agitation againbt the continuance of gambling, etc., tke Council determined to close every- thing up tight and at the meeting Monday night issued orders to the marshal to have every game and dance hall stop operations at m. There was no discussion over the matter except regarding details, and as soon as the meeting adjourned the marshal made his and promptly at the closing went into effect Hereafter will be a "closed town" in full of the law. About two ago a petition M a.-, circulated here addressed to Judge Wickeisham in regard to iht saloon business, of which the uoiding was substantially as fol- io u Sir We the undersigned citizens them to be courageous and swear out warrants against all offenders, collect their evidence and prosecute vigorously. The reformers im- mediately got busy and i fqr the first time the matter was presented to the councilmen of town, who after giving the matter considera- ble thought, decided to close every- thing up tight, which they did as stated above. There is a widespread feeling of dissatisfaction among the business men and tax payers of town re- garding the action taken, and an agitation may be started at any time to make another change, but at present the town is closed tightly enough to satisfy the most particu- lar. Porter-Smith. C. D. Porter, a resident of Cor- dova and Mrs. Etta Smith of Seattle who has been in Valdez fcince June, were married at the Larson residence Monday night by I of Valdez desire to make a protest the granting of a license j hev Burnett A small party of 'f. r for cleansing, but now thtie Soaps tor a though they arc all cleansers" Each vaiiety nted by hundreds of different kind-- made ny van- both in country and ubioad. select all our Soaps careful I v and c.iriy only the You can find here at all timefe- Casttle Soap Shaampoo Soap Tooth Soap Toilet Soap Slittving Soap Antiseptic Soap Complexion 3oap Dog Soap oinlmim d! thi> I'.vn'.i f> IIUIUHMH of litti'V uiul n.uli- (.1 irii nl j i lust of O r ,0 I i Pills Kn innblL 22 31 i jri HII mum1 mi I H Mur 2 M lio.nlh mill I in '2 "-0 H, 10H 4 47 finin ItnnU1- f i Kit.' I-MiiU inpi i i v 11 ti-ing V i.ulil Dust n-h on Htl'l Ullt'kers C1 ijnial Mil 1 1 1 (i HJI i s i I i po- it Ut'im-ils Dill' to H'lTlk" Illlil lirtllkt I 'lotiil y 70 M> 70 11 p >l nl or Id oxits in i 1 (r Mi< rni'ii'n ushit'i nf the ahmi nu nUoin b ink Mii-ur, thnt ihe Mat knon 1< ilgt uinl hi f 01 riot utu st S Hl.MI'1 F, Pri'S I.li RACKKN, f'nshli r LStvi] '-un-r unil Iii Ion nit 12t'i il of (ii tolM-r, A D Jit o H 15 IXX'KHAKT Nolan I'ublu Nursery Soap Medicated Soap Bath Soap Utc. OWL DRUG STOUE Notice. The public hereby notified not to purchase property in tbe name of Otto KaniU or s.iid to To said Kanicx. MRS. Orro K Biggest shipment of'venison that ever left Sitka ih on the Pouland for the N'cilcltz Maiket. Bee our new stock of Clothing, Footwear and HatF. Bank Wcrcanlile Co ln< Bankers Valdez, Alaska We Do A General Banking Business Buy and Sell Exchange, Buyand Ship Gold Dust, Accept Make Collections and Loan Money on approved security at Low Rates I of Interest Complete shipment of beef, veal, mutton, pork, chi econds after the engine was put to work the flames were under control. The house was occupied by B. B Lockhart, who lost practi- the few things Telegraphic Items. Seattle, Oct. have condemned the framework of tbe Excelsior and she must be .al- most entirely rebuilt before she can again. It is not likely that she will ever return to Alaska. Seattle, Oct. Saratoga sailed yesterday with a large cargo of merchandise and meat for Val- dez. She has twenty passengen. Salt Lake. Oct. court has decided that President Smith cannot be compelled to account for the tithing fund of the church nor prevented from using the church funds for commercial en- ter prises. Washington, Oct. velt has issued orders to Inspector Garlington that unjess the 25tk colored regimert gives the at the men who were implicated ia the Texas disorders, tbe entire regiment will be dis- honorably discharged. New York, Oct. demo- cratic general committee had meeting last night for the purpow of ratifying the ticket nominated. MeCarron, head executive, roasted Hearst for the disruption of tha democratic party, and the in- dependent league is composed of blackmailing democrats. He called on the voters to resent the action of Hearst and then moved the adoption of a resolution endorsing the whole ticket, which was car- ried. At the Tammany ratification meeting a resolution was passed saving thalJefferson, Jackson and Lincoln are dead and their policies out of date, and that the people want live issues and live people, which they have in the new plat- form and in Hearst, the leader. that were saved damaged by fire and water. The fire is pup- A Fine posed to Parted from the Attention is greatly attracted to stove while the occupants of the jtbe magnificent specimen of chal- house wore an ay, and was not copyrite ore now on exhibition in seen until loo late to save any-'tne ofnce of tne Alaska Copper tl.iiyr. Mining Exchange. This sample, 40x24x28 inches, weighing a half ton or more, was taken the Copper Bullion Claim of the Boulder Bay Mine, belonging to Not A Reformer. Captain Haitman requests us to make the statement that be was not present at the council meeting the Reynolds-Alaska Development as a representative of Co. From the face of a drift of a 200 feet, leading from the main n tunnel at 400 feet and at a depth as was stated in the Bulletin Tues- day. Ho was there simply as spectator and has taken no part the reform movement. of 1400 feet from tbe surface, was shot out this sample and a larger Amusements Are Scarce.one which lias been sent to An Edison Phonograph will Home office of the Company in tertain vou and your friends, an oa on' 0 j I 1 be asfav of this ore Edison Gold Moulde Record is- .1' carry a complete s'ml Ul he U cent from'J' lbc about up. New Records on everv, 00 per ton, other values not included. work of art. line of both. Records boat. See Suessdorf it the Bowling Alley. Wilson at all Fruits and vegetables of kinds at the Valdez Market. Surveyor General Distin haa asked for bids to remove the prop- erty of his office from Sitka to Juneau. A full line of Toilet waters and fine Imported Perfumery has just been received at the Owl Drug Co. A little girl at Kodiak, sister of Evan Meloshkin, the boy who was recently biought to Vaklez from that place, has been adjudged in- sane by the authorities, and will be sent to an asylum. Don't miss the great family show at Mckinley hall tonight and Friday. It will be replete with fine specialties and deserves a good patronage. Candies are always fresh Drug Co. This specimen is of particular interest in demonstrating the per- manency and depth of the veins in this mineral zone. The Union Fish Co. and the Alaska Codfish Co. have es- tablished stations At Unga Harbor. A telegram from C. G. Debney who wns-a passenger on the Bertha announces their arrival at Junuau at six o'clock yesterday evening, after-a good trip, and every well. Mrs. Alfred arrived on the Dora to have an operation per- formed on her hand. One of her fingers was cut while opening clams and it was feared that blood poisoning would ensue. The Shclikoff left Seattle Oct. 16 for Valdez, and will take the run to the Westward. .FWSFAPFR!
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