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IN THE UNITED STATES LAND
OFFICE AT JUNEAU, ALASKA
In the MatteY of the Application ot
i the COLUMBIA SALMON COM
PANY for a Patent to U. S. Survey
No 1231 on the shore of Herendeen
i Bay, Alaska.
NOTICE OK APPLICATION EUR
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That the COLUMBIA SALMON
COMPANY, a Washington coipoia
Lion, whose principal office and Post
Otrice address is Seattle, Washington,
has purchased from Edwin J. Wirth,
m whose name U. S. Survey No. 1231
was ma<le, his lights to such survey
and also his rights as assign tv of
Harrison S. Averill, a benejicary
under Section 2303, U. S. Rev. Stnt>.,
and that such corporation will apply
to enter the land embracer! in sa.d
United States Survey No. 1231, whno
is situated on the western shore ol
Herendeen Ray. approximately a hall
mile northwesterly fiom Gurvol 1 oini
on the Alaskan Peninsula, in the Ter
ritory of Alaska, more particularly
• koCiibed as follows.
ic'git.umg it v. uimi i wi
I . S. Survey No. 12M, a i>oint on I *
western shore ot’ Hcrendoen Kay,
tTv»m which United States I.oci’.t'* n
Monument S. 1022 bears South 22
deg. 12 min. 56 sec. East (Variation
l!) dog. East) 42.72 chains distant,
and from which Corner No. 1, ol tins
survey. Corner No. 2 of U. S. Survey
No. 1201 bears South 21) deg. .»< n in.
55 sec. East 28.04 chains distant, and
running thence t’noni saiii Corner No i
West 6.21 chains to Corner No. 2;
thence North 4.1)0 chains to Cornet
\o. 2, a point on tin* shore line ol
llcrendeen Kay; thence along tin*
meander of such shore line (hi.»t
course South «»4 dog. East 2 59 chaw •'».
Second course South dog, 68 mm.
East 1.64 chains; third com so South
.»2 dog. 12 min. East •'••OS chains), a
total of 7.91 chains, to Corner No. 1
ti c place of beginning, containing an
area ot 1.54 acres.
Any and all persons claiming *•<!
verseiy any portion of the above des
cribed* tracts of land au* requireii to
tile with the Register and Koee’vei
ul the United States Land Office at
Juneau, Alaska, their adverse claim
thereto under oath, during the period
of publication or within thirty <! ’ys
thereafter, or they will o«* barred >,
the provisions of the Statute.
THIS NOTICE is issued at tin
United States Land Office at Juneau,
Alaska, this 16 day of July, A. 1 >
(Pi8, and ordered published or a p *•
iod of sixty days in the Sewti'd Gate
way a newspaper of established char*
ju wei and general circulation publisn
O'l at Seward, Alaska, nearest tne
la* d herein described, and hereby do
siv. lowed for that p*.. pose.
C. K. Walker, Register.
MAURICE D. LEEHEY and E. V
Attorneys foi Applicant,
620 Alaska Building, Seattle,
and Seward, Alaska.
First Pub. Aug. 12, 1918
East Pub. Oct. 22, 1918
IN THE UNITED STATES LAND
OFFICE AT JUNEAU, ALASKA.
In the Matter of the Application of
the COLUMBIA SALMON COM
PANY for a Patent to U. S. Sumy
No. 123,2 on the shore of Herendeen
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Th.it
the COLUMBIA SALMON COM
PANY, a Washington corporation,
whoM? principal office and Post Office
address is Seattle, Washington, has
purchased from Edwin J. Wirth, in
whose name U. S. Survey No. 1232
was made, his lights to such survey
and also his rights as assignee ot
Harri>on S. Averill, a beneficiary un
der Section 2306, U. S. Rev. Stats.,
and tliat such corporation will apply
to enter the land embraced in said
United States Survey No. 1232, which
is situated on the Northeast shore of
Herendeen Bay, between Bluff Point
and Shingle Point, on the Alaskan
Peninsula, in the Territory of Alaska,
more particularly described as fol
Beginning at Coiner No. 1 of said
U. S. Survey No. 1232, a ’point on the
shore line of Herendeen Bay, from
which point United States Location
Monument S. 1046 bears South 34 deg
59 min. 07 sec. East (Variation 19
.ifg. Last) 41.72 chains distant, a d
from which Corner No. 1 the Pinna, le
Rock at the westerly end of Bluff
Point beat's South 15 deg. 22 min.
East, approximately one-half mile
distant, and the summit of Pinnacle
Petik bear* South 11 deg. 27 ir.in.
West, about thiee miles distant, and
running thence from said Comer No.
1 North 1.67 chains to Comer No. 2;
thence West 11.49 chains to Corner
DR. 0. J. KEATING
! THE WAR
J. H. R0M1G, M. D.
Office on Broadway
Residence Third Ave.
Phones: Office, Adams 9* «*•!•
dence, Adams 4>
*7r. c. P. & L. R. C. S. Edinburgh
L. F. P. & S., Glasgow.
J. M. SLOAN, M. D., C. M.
Van Gilder Building
Office hour*: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m
Formerly of Nome.
i No. 3; thence South 3.75 chains to
Comer No. 4, a point on the shore
line of llerondoen liny; thence along
meander of such shore line (fUst
course South 25 deg. 52 mm East
0.71 chains, second course South 0!)
deg. 10 min. East 3.06 chains; thud
course South G8 deg. 44 min.East l.'lh
chains; fourth course North 30 dog.
20 min. East 1.57 chains; fifth course
North 25 deg. 00 min. East O.NS
chains; sixth course North 64 deg. 14
niin. East 3.41 chains; seventh course
North 08 deg. 00 min. East 2.18
chains), u total of 13.80 chains, to
Corner No. 1, the place of beginning,
containing an area of 4.GS acres.
A ay and all persons claiming \ i
versely any portion of the above <V.v
crihed tracts of land aie required to
fde with the Register and Recover
of the United States Land OiViee at
Juneau, Alaska, their adverse c’arni
theieto under oath, during the period
of publication or within thirty day.
thereafter, or they will he barn d In
i!.e provisions of the Statute.
THIS NOTICE is issued at the
United States Hand Office at Juneau.
Ala ka. this 1G day of July, A. 1).
:i\S, and ordered published for a per
iod of sixty days in the Seward Onto
ay a newspaper of established char
.•. t'e • and general circulation publish
e«! at :*o\vnrd, Alaska, nearest lh<
'•ip<» herein d« scribed, and hereby de
signated for that pe.jKse.
O. IS. Walker. Register.
.MAURICE lh 1 EEHEY and E. V.
Attorneys for Applicant,
•;20 Alaska Euilding, Seattle,
and Seward, Alaska.
Kir.4 Rub. Aug. 12, VMS
East Rub. Oct. 23, 1918
TOI KS, CENTRAL FRANCE, Oct.
24— (Correspondence of The Associa
ted I*i — Along the railway routes
and toe great national highways ol
i ranee one sees mile after mile of tin
new i iegraph and telephone lines set
up b> the American army, with
squads of linemen in khaki stringing
.nr wnes and laying mil new lines,
ihe telegraph offices all through the
war /.ones are crowded with khaki
unu'ormed operators and a personal oi
American oiTericers and enlisted men.
it is one of the extensive systems
suddenly installed on a huge sea1'
with ilie coming of the Americans,
spreading a vast wire network over al
Frame and realizing government op
eiation of telegraph and telephone,
on foreign soil even before it was un
der way on home soil.
This military nerve system is no.
alone telegraph and telephone lines,
but cables lines across the channel u
that American headquarters in Fran
ce can be in immediate intercourse
with American officials in London;
wireless receiving and sending plant*
for detecting enemy exchanges unci
carrying on our own radio work:
couriers and dispatch riders; weatho.
observers to warn when storms max
impede military operations, and al
those modern methods of rapid com
munication which have become indi
spensable to warfare.
It is a complete linking together of
the army, front and rear, headquart
ers, staff and line, keeping the com
manding officers in constant touch
xvith every division and every othei
branch in the huge field of operations
The movement of troops and the act
ual fighting of battles are largely d
pendent on this highly develop*
army communication, which not oni.x
joins our ox\n army but keeps up tht
liason of vast united command.
It is something over 500 miles from
the French coast to the battle lino ir.
eastern France, and throughout this
distance there is a complete system o!
10 or 20 xviro American telegraph
lines, linking the* seaports xvith the
front and also spreading through th«
vast radification of xvarehouses,
camps, hospitals, constitution shops
and military establishments of all sort
extending from the polls inland to the
There is another multiple line run
ning southward toward the Mediter
ranean and over to the Spanish fron
Those are the trunk lines, extending
clear across France and, besides these
main arteries, every division and
branch of the army has its own tele
JAMES E. WILSON
Solicits vour vote
to the office of
JAMES E. WILSON X
jraph and l« lephone lines keeping up
constant intercourse with headquart
r> In every area occupied by ti.<
.;rii»> along the front a complete sys
m (.f lines runs back to switchboan;
central stations -- from regiment back
0 the brigade, brigade tt» division,
. virion to coips, corps io lie uiquari
On the first day of the hig halt! .
.hove Chnteau-Thieny when the Af
ricans began their famous drive,
here were 27,000 messages averug
ig over do words each, -• all the way
i . rom an extended report on an op< r
ation to a short sharp order for son.
new move in the sw iftly-inoving die
ma. Within six weeks, since the Af
ricans had got into action, the coni
lunieation between front, and rear
1 ad quadrupled, and six weeks ago
had quadrupled over the service on
April 1st, when the American activ
:ies v.ere beginning to get in motion.
Th culmination of the great bait e
iate in July stirred into intense act
vity every branch of communicr.tioi,
with orders flying to hospitals, supply
enters, ordnance works, and to th<
train*'tig and rest camps for the steady
noveinent forward of fresh troops.
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