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The Washington correspondent
of the Boston Transcript, speaking of the contest over government aid for Alaska railroads, says: ‘ The charge is made that tl e copper trust., with the Guggen heims of Colorado foremost ir. the movement, has secured possession of nearly all the rich copper bear ing lands in the territory, and is maneuvering to prevent the con • struction rf railroads to the copper fields which do not bear the cop per-smelter trust brand. Since ii became definitely known that tin copper fields of the territory are probably the richest in the world, many capitalists have cast an eye in that direction and at least six syndicates are anxious to reach the fields wi*h ran roads in Un hope and expectation of eventually getting a slice of the copper busi ness.” -Chas-:—K nrcmpr leaves for Shite creek the latter part of the week, where he will spend the summer Working his placer claim. Mrs. Kraemer will remain at. Camp Comfort with her patents until fall. INCORPORATE! Organizations effected In ARIZONA with least trouble and expense. Can begin busi liny papers reach us. No franchise tax. No public statements required. Stockholders ex empt from company liability. Hold meetings, keep books and transact business anywhere. Any kind of stock may be issued and paid up in cash, services or property and made non as sessable. The legislature cannot affect corpo rate franchises by subsequent laws. Territo rial officials now prohibited by law front serv ing companies. Our president, I. T, Stoddard was for many years Secretary of Arizona and officially in charge of the incorporating busi ness. Write or wire today for copy of laws, blanks and full particulars. By-laws gratis with each incorporation. Stoddard Incorporating Co. Phoenix, Arizona. Notice Of Publication. U. S. Land Office, at Juneau. Alaska. February 23,1907. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Rcng wald Blix, of Copper Center, Alaska, has ap plied to this office to make final proof and entry of ihe lands embraced in S Survey No. *37, containing 98.52 acres, situated at the con fin ance of the Kiuiena and Copper Rivers, at Cop per Center, Alaska, as a homestead, under Section 2289 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and the Act of March .3 1903. Said tract is more particularly described as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, on right bank of Copper River, whence Mt. Hrum bears N. 62 deg.40 min. K, Blix I’eak bears N. 69 deg. 35 min. E., Mt. Wrange 1 bears N. 86deg. 40 min. E., and U. S. L. M. No. 837 bears West, 11.68 chs. • list.; thence from true corner, West. 30.00 chs. to Cor. No. 2, on line of U. S. Experimental Sta tion; thence along said east lines. 1 deg. 05 min. E., 9.38 chs. toCor. No. 3, identical with Cor. No. 2. of said Experimen al Station; thence S. 89 deg. 45 min. W., along south line .of sai 1 Station, 6.58 chs. to Cor. No 4, identi cal with Cor. No 3 of said Station; thence nioug east line oi I'lgmti service ncn-nl-, r>. 29 deg. 50 min E., 7.37 chs to Cor. No. 5, iden tical with Cor. No. 2 of Signul Service Reserve; thence, along south line of said Signal Service Reserve, S. 56 deg. 52 min. \V., 7.09 chs. to Cor. No. 6, on left bank of Klutena River; thence along the meanders.of the Klutena and Cop per Rivers, l. S. 78 deg. 59 min. E., 1.81 chs.; 2. S. 72 deg. 44 min. E., 6.81 chs. 3. S. 50 deg. 06 min. E. 2.72 chs. 4; S. 33 deg. 06 min. E., 4.92 chs. 5. S 54 deg. 50 min. E., 1.03 chs. C. N. 80 deg. 40 min. E., 2,49chs. 7. N. 58 deg. 32 min. E., 2.95 chs. 8. N. 50 deg. 22 rain. £., 6.44 chs 9. N. 76 deg. 27 min. E., 4.51 chs. 10. X. 85 deg. 12 min. E ,4.85 chs. 11. S. 52 deg. 18 min. E., 5.82 chs. 12 s. 79 deg. 53 min. E;f 1.89 chs. 13. X. 75 deg. 52 min. E., 3.46 chs. li. X. 65 deg. o2 min. E. 2.71 chs. 15. N. 57 deg. 22 min. E., 3.92 chs. 16. N. 37 <leg. 42 min. 1.06 chs. 17 N. 1 deg. 48 min, W., 4.56 chs. 18. N..10 deg. 47 min. E., 5.22 chs. 19. X. 11 deg. 58 rain. VV., 7.54 chs. .20. N. 54 deg. 48 min. VV., 4.32 chs. 21. X. 49 'leg. 20 min. VV., 4.43 chs., to Cor. Xo. 1, the place of beginning. Containing an area of 93.52 acres. Magnetic Variation 29 deg. 25 min. East. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of the above described lands are re quired to tile their adverse claim thereaguinst with the Register and Receiver of the l\ S. baud Office at Juneau, Alaska, during the period of the publication of this notice or within thirty days thereafter or they will he Wred. John W. Dudley, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing -mtioe be published for the statutory period of ten weeks in the Alaska PUdspectok, a weekly H<*w.spaper printed at Valdez Alaska. John VV. Dudley, I Register. <>ateof first publication March 7. 1907. j//«te of last publication May 16, J,907 COMPANIES incorporated, afiv SmtV; expert work; fair chaws; stocks and bond issued handle.. ..ast, Canada or Eurrtpc. 1>H T1SH AM FfVANCE CO., Ltd., Viz Jordan aVe. San riancisco. Notice Of Election. Notice is hereby Riven that on the Id day of April, 1907, between the hour' of 9 o’clock a. m. and 7 p. in., there will be held the reRular annual election of the Town of Valdez, at the Fire Hall in *aid Town. At whi ii time and place there will he elected seven councilincn. who shall hold office Mr one year, and Treas urer of the School Hoard, who shall hold office for three years. The qualifications of an elector for Council man shall be as follows: He shall b•• a male citizen of the C tilted States or one who lias de clared his intentions to become such of the ape of twenty-one years, and shall have been a ImtiH fide resident of Alaska fur one year, and of tlie Town of Valdez for six months next preceedinp the late Of such elec ion. I’he followitiR p'TSotis shall be qualified electors for the School Board: A11 Ad Its who are citizens of the t’nited Slates, or who have declared ttirdr intention to become such, and who are re,Men's of Valdez School District, VV. II. Crary, Town Clerk. Notice of Forfeiture To F. H. Conk ami George MeNeer: You are hereby notified that the under signed lias expended $2 >o in labor an i im pjovements on the claim known as bench Glaim B, which runs parallel with claims 1,2 and Hex liulcu. a tributary of t'hititu Creek, in the Nizina mining district, Alaska, said bench claim being on the west side of Hex Gulch, in order h.-ld s.ihl million ■ iaHn- mi-' dcr the provisions of Sec. 222» of the Revised Statutes of the Cnited States, being t he required amount to hold said mining claims tor the years 1905 and 1906. ending Dee. 21st, 1906. And if within ninety (90) days front the service of this notice, or the complete publication there of, you fall or refuse to contribute vour propor tion of said expenditure as eo-owner, your one eighth interest in said claims will become the property of the undersigned under and pursu ant of said Section 2221 of the Revised Statutes of the United States. Dated at Valdez, Alaska, this 10th day of Jan uary, 1907. A. F. Hoffman Date of first publication January 10, l'.ViT Date of last publication April 11. 1907 Notice Of Forfeiture. To tins Spun berg: You are hereby notified that the under signed have expended $1200 in labor and tin prdvements on the claims known u-. the Review, Cats Paw, Ruby No, 1 ami Kubv No. 2. situated on Knight's Island, Alaska, in order to hold said mining claims under the pro visions of See. 2221 of the Revised Htatu'es of the 1 nited States, being the required amount to hold said mining claims for the years 1901, 1905 and 1906. And if within ninety (90) days I from tlie service of this notice, or tlie complete j publication therefof, you fail or refase to eon I tribute your proporation of said expendi ture as eo-owner, your one fourth interest in | said claims will become the property of the undersigned under and pursnent of said Sec tion 2221 of the Revised Statutes of the United ; States. Dated at Valdez this 17th day of Jan i nary, 1097. ('HAS. SfONHKIU; ('HAS. SaNUISKKO, Jas. Sl.MI'SON. Date of first publication January 21, 1W7. i Date of last publication April 25, 1907. : Notice Of Forfeiture. 1 To John Bessoner: You are hereby notified that I have pet formed the annual labor as required by st-e i lion 2.fJi «>f the Revised Statutes ot the 1'nlted States upon ereek plaeer mining elaim nuin tier Five below Discoverv, Squaw (’reek. Forty Mil - Precinct, Third Judicial Division, Alaska, for th'° year ending December .’!l?t, , Yod are further notified that tiie amount so expended is the sum of One Hundred dollars, and t hat unless you shall pay or cause to be paid to me within ninety days after the publi ! cation of this notice vour proportionate share of sneli amount, lo-wit: the sum of Fifty dol lar, I shall claim forfeit of your interest in said property as by law made and provided Payment may be made at Franklin, Alaska, j Dated January 25th, I'.OT. Henry Bksonen. j Date of tint publication Feb. 7,19U7 i Date of last publication May 9, 19o7', Hem Barber $ho|> Bath Hou^ Mits. E R. Davis, Prop. Best Equipped Shop and Bath House in Valdez * ED. NELSON MANAGER ■1 r Workman’s Road House P. MAGNUSON, Proprietor. First roadhouse built on Government Trail. Can accomodate 50 people, has large warm barn for 20 horses and good quartern for tlogs. Good meals and everything the mustier desires. Twenty Miles From Valdez. Ptarmigan Drop Roadhouse Mrs. E. DOTY, Proprietor Best accommodations between Fairbanks and Valdez. : All kinds of provisions, as well as horse and dog feed for sale. Good accommodations for horses and dogs. Freighting contracted—Passengers and freight trans ported over the summit. First-Class Bar In Connection. 30 Miles From Valdez The Teikhell Roadhouse 48 Miles From Valdez On Government Trail. Best of accommodations for man and beast. Fresh Meat always on band. Horse and IMk Feed All the latest improvement*. PRIVATE ROOMS. Mrs. Ed. Wood, Proprietor. DRY CREEK ROADHOUSE I E. G and G. B. RORER, Proprietors. *18 MILES ON FAIRBANKS I FROM VALDEZ AND EAGLE TRAILS (iiilta Min? Post and Hole Hoyt & Smith, Proprietors Best of accommodations for the traveling public, and com fortable ‘quarters for horses oV dogs. This hotel is the largest and best equipped house between Valdez and Fairbanks, and is situated on the Gulkana Cut-off Trail, tvhich saves four miles of travel on the Fairbanks trail. 12* Miles to Valdez 26 miles to copper center I Our Home Roadhouse 169 toir.KS Fhom Vai.dk/ tin ihe new VAEIiEZ-FAIRBANKS Trail ✓ . * • j 40 miles north of Gulkana. 1 ! Mrs. L. St. HICKS, Proprietor Wines,Liquors fe'nti Cigars. Senate. X. A eOBB * CO., Prof)*.