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McCarthy weekly news Entered as second class matter. Sepiem ber 17th, 191S. at the lost Office, at McCarthy. Alaska, under the Act of March 3. 1879. C. F. M. COLE. Manager M. M. COLE Editor Subscription Rates Siugle Copies 25 Three Months 1 .25 . Six Months 2 .50 One Year 5 .00 Payable In Ad vance Saturday May 13th ,1922. McCarthy Commercial Club An important meetingof the McCarthy Commercial Club was held last Tuesday evening for the purpose of electing a repre sentative from here to attend the Convenion at Cordova and | other matters of interest !n this ! section, ; J. P. Hubnck called the meet ! i‘>g to order and in a few words! stated the object of the‘meeting, j Ths first business transacted ; was the nomination for a new ' secretary. Mr. Woodman, who has acted in that capacity for the past year, tendered his res ignation in order that the (J. S. Commissioner, Wm. D. CoppeR noil be elected. The resignation was accepted and on the motion of E. Gercken seconded by W. Meyers which was carried unan imously, Mr. Coppernoll was e lected to that office.. Mr. J. B. O.Neill then gave an interesting talk on the conditions of this section especially regarding to roads and trails and thought that more advertising should be done to bring the needs of this section be fore the public. Fur thermore, Mr. O’Neill stated that the government received more revenue in taxes from this sec tion than any part of Alaska. He strongly recommended that the secretary take these matters up by correspondence with the var. ious departments at Washington D.C. For this work the secretary should receive a salary, and his motion that the secretary re ceive a salary of $25 monthly which was seconded by J. R Barrett, was passed. On motion of J. Schultz, seconded by John Amber, Wm. D. Coppernoll was elected to represent the Club at the Convention at Cordova July 3rd next. Carried. Mr. Copper noil in reply thanked the mem bers for the honor and said he would do all in his power to get us the right kind of representa tion He believed in co-operation and had great faith in the pro posed All Alaska Chamber of Commerce, where the needs of each section would be carefully considered and influence used to secure the appropriation of government monies for roads & trails where most needed. Mr. Coppernoll believes that with a little effort on our part the membership of this Club could be increased to three hundred. John Amber & Jack Schultz were then appointed by the president to solicit new members and subscriptions. The great necessity for a road around the Pot hole was then brought up for discussion. Mr. Barrett suggested the matter be held over till the arrival ot Ma jor Gotwals, who was expected within a few days There being no further business the meeting adjou rned. LEGAL ADVERTISING IN THE PROBATE C OURT For McCarthy Precinct. Third Division, Territory of Alaska, No. 32 In the Matter of the Estate of OTTO LUBBE, Deceased. CITATION To Elizabeth Lubbe, widow of the above named deceased, Frederick R. Lubbe, son of said deceased, Charles F. Lubbe, son of said deceased, William Lubbe son of said deceased, Nita G. Fuller, daughter of said deceas ed, Dorothy E Lubbe, daughter of said deceased, and to all per sons interested in the above en titled estate: You and each of you are hereby cited to appear before the above named court, at the office of the United States Commissioner and Ex- Officio Probate Judge there of, on the sixth day of June, 1922 at the hour of two o’clock in the afternoon of said day, then and there to show cause, if any there be, why the estate of the above named deceased Otto Lubbe, should not be turned evor to the widow of said deceased, and the said estate forthwith closed. This citation is issued under authority of Sections 1648, 1649 and 1650 of the Compiled Laws of Alaska, 1913, as amended by Sections 1, 2, and 3, Chapter 12 of the Session laws of Alaska, 1919, for the reason that the wid ow of the said deceased Otto Lubbe. claiming under the last mentioned law, has filed her petition in this court praying that the said estate, up to the value of $4,000.00 be set aside and apart to the use and behoof of the widow and the minor child ren of Otto Lubbe, deceased. And, further, in said petition the said widow sets forth the fact that all expenses of funeral, expenses of last illness, and of administration have been prov ided for. From the files, inventory and appraisement and orders nowon file in this court it appears that the said estate at the present time is of a value less than $4,200.00. At this hearing, should there be no further assets of said estate discovered and brought to the attention of the court, and no good and sufficient reason given why the said estate should not be fore with closed and set apart to the said widow and minor children, an Order and Decree will be entered so setting apart the said estate in its entirety to the widow, to be by her expended for the main tenance of herself and any minor child of the said deceased, as provided by law. Dated at McCarthy, Alaska, May 5, 1922. Wm. D. Coppernoll. United States Commissioner and Ex- Officio Probate Judge. (Seal) First Publication May G, 1922. Last Publication June 3,1922. NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO OWNER To G, Sestich His Heirs and Assigns: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That during the calendar year 1920, the undersigned expended more than One hundred dollars on each claim in labor and im provements upon the Rambler group of Copper claims, situa ted along the Dan Creek, a trib utary of the Nizina River, in the Nizina (unorganized) Mining Dis trict within the McCarthy Re cording Precinct, in the Terri tory of Alaska, in which lode mining locations you claim an undivided 1-3 interest as shown by the Notices of location, there of on record in said recording precinct, That said labor was perform ed and the expenditure and im provements made as and for the annual labor for the respective calendar year by the provisions of the Revised Statutes of the United States,, and amendments thereto, concerning annual labor and improvements upon mining claims, and the amount so ex pended was the amount requir ed by law to hold said claims for the year 1920, during which the same was expended. You are therefore indebted to the undersigned in the sum of $333,33,V3 and an additionial sum of $l7,50*recording fees, a total of $350,83,V3 and you are notified that unless you contrib ute and pay the undersigned your portion of such expendi ture as a co-owner to wit: The sumof $350,83,within ninety days after the personal service of this Notice upon you or within ninety days after the publication of this notice, which ninety days shall be computed from the date of the last publi cation as belowT stated, your claim will be forfeited to the un dersigned who has made such expenditure and will become his property in the manner provided by law. Payment of such amount may be made to the Post Master, Mc Carthy. Alaska, or by deposit to the credit of the undersigned with the McCarthy Mercantile Co. at McCarthy, Alaska, Dated this 23rd. day of Feb ruary, A. D. 1922 George Marhoffer. First Publication Feb 25th.l922. Last Publication May 27th. 1922.