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Douglas Island Department
INVINCIBLES OF CHANNEL ISLAND PERSONALS MARKET AINL> GROCERY E. WESCHENFELDEB, - Manager everything usually found in a First Class Market STAPLE AND FANCY G CANNED GOODS OF ALL VARIE FRESH VEGETABLES IN SEASON QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE TREAD WELL j_8 FORMER DOUGLASITE IN NEW ROLE Carl H. Erickson, Finished Bute! Master, Managing Ketchikan MRS. GUY SMITH S MOTHER PASSES AWAY IN SEATTLE Carl Jacobson JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING O'Connor Bulldlnc THIRD STREET DOUGLAS Front Street Doajrlu GIRL SCOUTS ? - ? . ? SITKA HOT SPRINGS FORMER DAYS ARE RECALLED Hew* Filet Tell of Happening on DonglM It land Twenty Ye?rt Ago Thit Week Mrs. R. Robbln* and Mr*. Tho*. Tnlnni entertained the Junior* of I The editor of the Newt returned from a *l*lt 10 8?*ttle and waa glad to net bai'k after wltnetalng the way 1 people on the ouUlde tlruggled for K B. Smith went to Portland to meet fhe i*>dy of hi* brother, who died at ? military hotpltal In Man In one day Poetmatter Hubbard ncarance of a defender of the goepel wm rocognlied a* Abner Murray, who had wirrlflced hit muttache to enhance hi* youthful appearance The Topeka while .teaming up the Channel at 4 In the morning noticed a deni- smoke In the neighborhood of the Pailfle Coaet dock In Juneau , nd later It wu teen that the Lone Fisherman wa* on fire and only one man. John T. Splckett. wa. awake and up In Juneau at that hour. Onl) . the hull of the bone Fisherman was , Br C H. Gibbon* decided to lo- j rate In Dougla. for the practice of hit profeeelon. P II Kox recelred a ahlpment of empty pasteboard boxea. the under hoepltal ind Treadwell people raited . tr.6fi and pretented to hie widow. A boy waa born at the home of ,, A J. On II waa The New. forgot ,o mention It and tpologlxed the fol Mra 8. A. Brlckell. a vlollnlet wb<> had performed before Dawton and arlitorraey at Nome. . Miploved at the OperallouM. , whero vaiide?llle waa holding the O., Orundler returned from a few month. tpent at Atlln. It did no require u <oam of mulee to trantport th, gold he brought with him. The Kaglee w ere clearing a plot of ground at the cemetery. Th? dory Hole .drertlaed a fine nrtl. I.) of family wine at $1.M per but many preferred aomethlng Mr. Jerry Ca.hen and family were champion .rout fl.herman on the "f,Mrt. Cole atarted ft boarding and i.n nn a vlelt to Port Angelee Graham ? Hand Made So,,r Maah brant waa finding ready *ale 1 k ' h f man' Brother, were ?d!*rU^ ln, fine line, of ahlrt waltt. for 36 Olnrv Hole bowling alley*, went to M .reek flshln. and returned With 300 speckled beautle* ? Contractor ?k ,o go to work on the new Greek "He wa* driven to hit grare ' "Sure he waa. Did you expect him to walk?" ? Lord Jeff. July 30 July 30 Auk. 6 The (teamen "QUEEN and "SPOKANE" leave Seattle on alternate Saturday* for Southeaatern Alaska porta. They proceed from Seattle to Ju neau, thence Skagway. thence Sitka, back to Ju Pacific Coastwise <5?rvice * ADMIRAL LINE ??MBaMH.K ALEXANDER. PBE6IDeNTHBBB?*i * Department of the Interior UNITED 8TATE8 LAND OFFICE Juneau. Alaaka, Mar 27, 1921. NOTICE 18 HEREBY (1IVEN that haa submitted final three-year proof In mipport of lila homextead entry r>n May 1. 1922. for land* embraced In United State* Surrey No. 1S90. situated on the N. and W, ahore of 3w*naon'a Harbor, Lynn Canal. Ter ritory or Alaaka. In latitude 68* 13' N. and longitude 13S* 06' W.. and more particularly deacrlbod aa fol Commeni'lnit at corner No. 1, M. C. on th<' tine of Swanaon'it llarbor. whence U8LM No. 1390 beam H. 16' 30' K. 24. 68 cha. and W. C. bear* N. 0.90 cha. running thence N.-20 elm. io cor. ner No. 2; thence W. 19.33 cha. to corner No. 3; thence H. 29.50 Bwanaon'a Harbor; thence mean dering (11 s. ?*? 00' E. 1.30 cha. (2) N. 63" 15' E. 6.00 cha.; "(3)8. 14" 33' K 3.60 cha.; (4) 8. 3 10' E. 2.20 cha.; (G) N. 44 * 30' E. 6.20 cha.; (6) S. No f. 10 cha.; (9) N 1* 12' K. 4.32 cha. to corner No. 1. the plaeo of beginning, containing nn an a of 66.12 acrea; varlatloi 32' 30' K. FRANK A. BOYLE. Keglater. Flrat puhllcatlon'June 3. Laat publication Auk. -6. IfOTICE OF APPLICATION OF THE ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MIN ING COMPANY FOB UNITED STATES PATENT TO RED CLIFF LODE CLAIM <8erlal 05503 > NOTICK 18 1IKKKBV GIVEN (lot in purauanre of Chapter Si*. Title Thirty-two o( the Hevlaed Statutes if the United Staler, the undersign ? I the Alaska Treadwell Gold Mln ii k Company, a corporation, whose pom office addreaa la Treadwell, Alaaka. bjr and through lis agent and attorney In fart, IV It. (Iradley, whore port office addrerr la Juneau, Alaaka. clalmr 13" ft., South 45* 0' mineral deposit bearing cold aurface ground three hundred feet In width in the nnrtheaat of the lode and two hundred and eighty feet on the aouth weat aide of aald lode, nil lying and being on I>?UKlar Inland in the Ju neau Recording District, Alaska, be ing Mineral Survey No. 1448 and la nbout to make application to the United Statea for a patent for the raid mining claim; which is more fully deacribed as to meter and bounds by the official plat herewith ported and by the lleld notea c f Wr ite regiater of the Dlatrlct of Kinds, subject to sale at Juneau, Aliaka. which lleld notea of aurvey deacribe the boundarica and extent of aald variation at all cornera 32* 30* K Hegi ii til iik "t Cor. No. 1 whence U 3. I,. M. No. 1 on the north end of Mayflower Island bear* N 22 12' K 1X55.21 ft. dis tance; latitude 58* 16' 30" N Longitude 134' 23' 10" W; thence R 45 0' E 150u ft. to Cor. No. 2; I hence 8. 4 5* 0' W 680 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 45" W 15.00.(10 ft. to Cor. ffNto Cor. No. 1, place of be ginning. which said minim: claim hereby nought to be patented la bounded aa folio**, to-wlt: on (he northeaat by the 'taku Chief Lode Surrey No. 100 and the Alaska Belle Ixxle, Surrey No. 39A; on the southeast by the I'arls Lode, Surrey No 39A and the Rattler lx>de. Surrey No (60; on the southwest liy the Bears Neat I?ode, Surrey No 99, and on the northwest by Douglan Inland Lode. Surrey No. 1 10 and Taku Chief l<ode, Surrey No. 100'. The total area Included within the "X" Sarrey l? 19.073 acres. The following area la expressly excluded from the application: Conflict with Taku Chief Lode 7.095 vret Conflict with Alaska Belle Lode exclu slre of Its con flict with Paris Lode 1.949 acres Conflict with 1'arla Lode 0.868 acre* Conflict with Rat tler Lode 0.413 acrea Conflict with Bears Nest Lode 8.643 acre* Conflict with Doug laa Island Lode ....0.971 acres Total area excluded 19.839 acres Net area cleamed 143 acre* The said claim sought to l>? pat ented being designated as Mineral Surrey No. 1448 In the official plat posted Jierewlth. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the mining ground, mining claim, rein, lode, premises or any portion thereof, so described and platted and applied for are hereby notified that nnl<*? their adrerae claims are duly filed according to law. and the regulations thereunder, within the time prescribed by law. with the Register of the United States Land Office at Juneau. Alaska, they will be bsrred by rlrtue of the prorlslons of said statute. FRANK A BOYLE. Register. First publication Aug 5. Last publication Oct. 7. LODGE DIRECTORY Alaika Lodpe No 1, I. 0. 0. F. Meet* every Wednesday evening In Odd Fallow* Hall Visiting brother* alwaya welcome. CARI- CARL80N. N. O. L. W. KILBURN, Rec. Sec. Aurora Encampment No. 1 Meets at Odd Fellow* Hall flrat and third Monday* at S p. m. Brother* of the Royal Purple are cordially Invited. JOHN O. J0HN80N, C. P. L. W. KILBURN. Scribe. Northern Light Rebekah Lodge No. 1 Meet* at Odd Fellow* Hall aecond and fourth Thuraday* Visitor* are cordially Invited . MARY OARN, N. O. JOSEPHINE LANOSETH, See. DOUGLAS AERIE NO. 117 F. 0. E. Meet* every Friday evening at S o'clock In their hall on Third Street. Visiting Brother* welcome. GLENN OAKES, W. P. OI'Y L. SMITH. Secretary. Fifteen Roomi Nicely Furnished HOTEL HUNTER EMILIO UBERTI. 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