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GATEWAY PUBLISHING CO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Dollar per'Month; Ten Centsa Copy SEWARD, ALASKA, OCT. 14, 1908 BACON S PRAYER Formerly men were absorbed in the vision of heaven; now they are ab sorbed in the vision of the fruitful earth. Science has turned the modern world into a coloss,tl workshop, and the more sensitive the genius of a race or of a man to the tendency and movement of the age, the more irre sistible the attract ion of t he majestic mechanism which is binding the earth. This danger was forseen by the man whose great mind led the way to the joint energy of natural and human forces. In the preface to the earliest classic of this movement which now absorbes the modern world, Bacon prays that “from the opening up of the pathways of the senses and a fuller kindling of natural light, there may not result in men's souls a weakening of faith and a blindness to divine mys teries. This is precisely what has happened: loss of faith, which is the most hopeless kind of blindness, has fallen upon nu n, not because they have willed it, but because the faculty has been weakened by disuse. Ihe will to believe has given place to the will to work: and, instead of factories planted here and there by streams, or out of sight in convenient places, and a rational division of time and strength between the work of the hands and the work of the soul, the earth has become a colossal workshop, in which men and women live as it it were a home.- The Outlook. Don't forget the hard-time dance. * You can get anything in the drug line at the Seward Drug Co. The McKinley House, Fifth avenue, board and lodging $lMO per day. Confectionery. We have the best. * Seward Dru^ Co. Seattle's Commercial Hotel THE Rainier-Gran EUROPEAN PLAN $1 UP CHAS. PERRY, Manager J. L. REED LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC SEWARD, - ALASKA. J. A. BAUGHMAN PHYSICIANS ANDfSU RGEON City'otfice: Owl^Drug Store. Home office: Up' stairs in Richard building Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR U. S, PATENT j No. OH). 1J. S. Land Office. Juneau, Alaska. July 8. 1908. NOTICE is hereby given that Louis Ureen bauin. whose postothce address is San Francis co. California. by C. A. Fletcher, bis attorney in fact, has made application for a United States Patent for the Lode Mining Claim composed of the Columbia Lode. Bertha Lode. Liberty Lode, Kodiak Lode and Union Lode, the said lodes being contiguous, and being respectively Min eral Surveys Nos. 299, 300, 301, 303 and 304, situa i ted in the Unga Mining District. Alaska, and 1 more particularly described as follows: COLUMBIA LODE—SURVEY NO. 299. Beginningat corner No. t, identical with cor ner No. 4 of survey No. 301, whence IT. S. Min eral Monument No. 3 bears south 42 deg. 11 I min. west 7781.7 feet distant; thence North 18 ! deg. 00min. west 300 feet to corner No. 2, inden tical with corner No. 3 of survey No. 301, a post 1 marked S. 299 No. 2; thence north 72 deg. 00 min. ! east 342 feet across tramway i440 feet to Wit I ness corner at high water mark of Squaw hai bor. : 1500 feet to corner No 3; thence south 18 deg. | 00 min. east 72 feet at high water mark Squaw Harbor. 300 feet to corner No. 4 at intersection I of lode line 000 feet to corner No. 5; thence ! south 72 deg. 00 min. west. 1500 feet to corner No. 0. whence N. E. corner of quartz mill hears south 0 deg. 30 min east 85 feet distant; thence north 18 deg.00 min. west 150 feet across tram ! way 300 feet to corner No. 1. the place of begin ning. Area. 20.001 acres. Variation 20 deg. 35 min. east. Expressly excluding and excepting that por tion of <-iid Columbia claim lying on the tide land at the N. E. corner No. 3. in area .0054 acres. BERTHA LODE—SURVEY NO. 300. Beginning at corner No. 1. at intersection of lode line and S. \V. end line of Bertha Lode on east slope of mountain, in alders, whence U. S. Mineral Monument No. 3 hears south 2 deg. 28 min. west 2(153 feet distant, a post marked S. 300 No. I; thenee north 18; deg. (H) min. west 300 fe<‘t to corner No 2, a post marked S 3u> No. 11: thenee north 55 deg. | 45 min. east no feet to creek 1500 foot to corner ; No. 3 identical with corner No. 2 of Kodiak | Lode, survev No. 303. a post marked S. 300 No, ( III; thenee south 18 deg. 00 min. east 300 feet to j corner No. 4. identical with corner No. 1 of sur- j vey No. 303. tW) feet to corner No. 5. identical | with corner No. 6 of survey No. 303. a post 1 marked S. 300 No. V; thence south 55 deg. 15 min. west KW feet to creek, 1500 feet to corner No. 0. a post marked S. 300 No. 0. whence Min eral Monument No, 3 bears south 5 deg. 00 min. west 2371 feet distant; thence North 18 deg. 00 min. west 300 feet to corner No. 1. the place of beginning. Area. 10.835 acres. Variation at all corners. 20 deg. 35 min. east. LIBERTY LODE—SURVEY NO. 301 beginning at corncrNo. 1, identical with corner . Xo. 4 of Union Lode, survey Xo. 304. whence T . : S. Mineral Monument Xo. 3 hears south 33 deg. ' on min west 6382 feet distant; tlienee north 18 j di g. (X)niin. west 3nn feet to corner No. 2. a post ; marked S. 301 Xo. II; thence north, 60 deg. 30: min. cast 1500 fret to corner Xo. 3, a post markedS. 304 Xo. Ill; thence south 18 deg. 00 j min. east 3(H) foi t to corner Xo. i. identical with corner Xo. 1 of survey Xo. 2*9. Columbia Lode. 450 feet across tramway. 600 feet to corner No. 5. identical with corner No. 6of survey no. 299. a post marked S. 301 No. 5; whence N. K. corner of quartz mill hi ars south 6 deg. 30 min, east 85 feet distant: thence south 60 deg. 30 min. j west 85 feet across tramway 950 feet across I tramway 1500 feet to corner No. 6. identfeal with j corner No. 5 of survey No. 304 on south slope of , hilt 15 feet below railrord track, a post marked 1 S. 301 No. VI: thence north 18 degrees 00 min. i west 300 feet to cornor No. 1, the place of be ginning. A t ea. 20.246 acres. Variation, 20 deg. 35 min. east. KODIAK LODE—SURVEY NO. 303. beginning at corner 1, identical with corner) No. 4 of survey* No. 3oo, whence U. S. Mineral j Monument No. 3 hears south 2i deg. lo min. • west3745.6 feet distant: thence north 18 dog. oo | min. west 3oo feet to corner No. 2, identical with j corner No. 3 of survey No. 3oo; thence north 55 deg. 45 min. east 15c.*) feet to corner No. 3, inentical with corner No. 2 of Union Lode, sur vey No. 3oI; thence south IS deg. oo min. east 3oo feet to corner No. I. 6oo feet to corner No. 5. identical with corner Xo. 6 of survey Xo, 304; j thence south 55 deg. 15 min. west 15oo feet to , corner No. 6, identical with corner Xo. 5 of sur vey Xo. 3(%>; thence north 18 deg. oo min. west 3oo feet to corner No. 1, the place of beginning. Area. 19.835 acres. . Variation 2o deg. 35 min. east. > 7 UNION LODE—SURVEY NO. 304. * ' Beerinniner at corner No. 1. at intersection of lode line and S. \V. end line, identical with cor ner No. 3 of survey No 3o3, whence U. S Mineral ' Monument N°. 3 bears south 3o deer. 52 min. ; west 5o54 feet distant; thence north 18 deer, oo i 1 min. west 3oo feet to corner No. 2, identical with i corner No. 3 of survey No. 3o3, a post marked S. ! 304 No. II; thence north 62 deer. 3o min. east 15oo feet to corner No. 3. identical with corner No. 2 of Liberty Lode, survey No. 3ol. a post marked S. 3o4 No. 3; thence south 18 deer, oo min. east 3oo feet to corner No. 4, identical with corner No. 1 of survey No. 3ol, at intersection of lode line. Ooo feet to corner No. 5. identical with cor ner No. 6 of survey No 3ol, whence shaft bears west 455 feet and winze of tunnel No. 2 bears south 8o deer, oo min. west 635 feet distant, tunnel No. 1 bears south 67 deer, oo min. west 51 o feet distant, a post marked S. 3o4 No. 5; thence south 62 deer. 30 min. west 62o feet to a point 2o feet below the S. PI corner of black smith shop by mouth of tunnel. 15oo feet to corner No. 6, identical with corner No. 5 of sur vey No. 3o3, a post marked S, 3o4 No. VI; thence north 18 deer, oo min. west 3oo feet to corner No. l, the place of beerinniner. Area. 20.377 acres. Variation, 2o deer. 35 min. east. The several notices of locations and re-loca tions of the different claims are as follows: Those of the Columbia Lode are of record on theJUneraSMininer District Jrecords, desiernatiner SUSITNA STATION For the information of tlie many prospectors now planning to enter the "Valdez Creek Min ing District, and the creeks tributary to the Yentna river during the coming winter, via the SEWARD—SUSITNA ROUTE [The only practical Winter Route from the Outside to the Susitna Valley and the Valdez Creek Mining District] the Alaska Commercial Company wishes to state that they are now prepared to supply the rap idly increasing trade of the District from the large stock of Merchandise which they are car rying at Susitna Station. THE ALASKA TRANSFER CHRISTIENSEN & LAU5NER, Proprietors Pianos and Safes Moved w'anc,,li0"lpcJiiIga Give us vo'-ir orders for Goal ti Wood General Forwarders PHONE MAIN Seward, Alaska ALA |Y CARRYING U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS Seattle-Vcldez-Seward Koate—Direct Service „ viTr1 AT A \I Sails from Seattle Oct. 8: returning OH • I i sails from Seward Oct. 16. Str PENNSYLVANIA ?“'* SirfS!:'-.0"' * Str. SANTA CLARA gg £2*%%. Mi ™,u"l"'“lls * Connects with S, S. Dora_ Alaska Peninsula Route Cfr V** Sails from Seward 15th of each month for Unalaska, and way ports oil ■ l/UKA Returning due in Seward 5th of following month. jgk.AH sailings subject lo change without notice JOHN H. BUNCH, F. & P. A., Pier One, Seattle said claim under the following names, to-wit: Name Date When and Where Recorded Ounalaska, July 24, 1887. July 30,188:, Book A, |l>. 57. Ounalaska, Jj»n. 1, 1892, Jan. 1,1892, Book B, p. 55. Ounalaska, Jan. 1, 1894, Jan. 1. 1894, 14, P.89. Columbia, Jan. 1, 18‘.X5, Jan. 1, 1896, B. p. 115, Those of the Bertha Lode are as follows: Name Date When and Where Recorded. Trio, Aug, 4. 1887, Aug. 11, 1887, Book A. p, 83. Trio. Jan. 1, 1892, Jan. 1, 1892, “ B, p. 60. Bertha. Jan. 1, 1896, Jan. 1, 1896, “ B, p. 120. Those of the Liberty Lode are as follows: Name Date When and Where Recorded. Gildea, July 21, 1887. July 30,1887, Book A, p. 58. Gildea, Jan. 1, 1892, Jan. 1, 1892, “ B, p. 56. Gildea, Jan. 1. 1894, Jan. 1, 1894, “ B, p. 90. Liberty, Jan. 1, 1896, Jan. 1, 1896, " B, p. 117. Those of the Kodiak Lode are as follows: Name Date When and Where Recorded. Mocking Bird, July 29, 1887, Aug. 10, 1887, Book [A. p. 63. Mocking Bird, Jan. 1, 1892, Jan. 1, 1892, Book B, [ p. 58. Mocking Bird, Jan. 1,1894, Jan. 1,1894, Book B, [p, 92. Kodiak, Jan, 1, 1896, Jan. 1, 1896, Book B, p. 118. Those of the Union Lode are us follows: Name Date, When and where Recorded. Beowa. July 24. 1887. July JO 1887, Book A, p, 59. Beowa. Jan. 1, 1892, Jan. 1, 1892, " B, p. 57. Beowa, Jan. 1. 1894, Jan. 1.1894, M B. p. 91. Union. Jan. 1, 1895, Jan. 1. 1895, “ B, p. 117. Said group of contiguous claims extend from Squaw Harbor along the range of hills to with in half a mile of the divide between Salmon creek and* Squaw Harbor, and arc what is known as the Bruce Lode or Vein. There are no known adjoining claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely the mining ground, vein, lode or premises, or any portion thereof so described, surveyed, platted and applied for, are hereby notified that unless their adverse claims are duly tiled according to law and the regulations thereunder within the time prescribed by law, with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Juneau, Alaska, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statutes. JOHN W. DUDLEY, Register. It is hereby ordered that the forego ing notice be published for ILe statutory period in the Seward Gateway a daily newspaper printed at Seward,-Alaska. JOHN W. DUDLEY, Register. First publication, July 27, 1908.