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Friday, Nov. 25.
Locations—Pat McKnight and Byron Allen, Twin association, Nugget ck. Location—Pat McKnight, B. Allen and M. Warren, Warren association, Warren ck. Locatien—Pat McKnight and Byron Allen, Black Bear association, Till July ck.; Martin association, Weasel ck.; Mink association. Spruce ck.; Kruger association. Lucky gulch; Pioneer as sociation, Pioneer ck. Location—Pat McKnight and Hank Downing, Dome association, Lucky gulch. Mortgage—Sara Dubin to M. & M. bank, lot 1, block 2, Dikeman, and building. $3,675.00 consideration. Deed—Parleo F. Stimley to W. A. Dikeman, 1-16 in Otter association on Otter ck. $1 consideration. Deed- Ira Vanorsdale to W. A. Dike man, 1-16 Prospector association on Ot ter ok. $1 consideration. Deed—A. N. Anderson to W. A. Dike man, 1-16 Otter association on Otter ck. $1 consideration. Deed- Swan Ringwood to W. A. Dikeman, 1-16 Otter association on Ot ter ck. $1 consideration. Saturday, November 26. Bill of Sale—J. B. Mading to M. & M. hank, 1-2 interest 30 It. p. boiler, hoist, etc. One 60 h. p. boiler and in terest in wood. Agreement to recon vev. $1 consideration. Bill of Sale—Ernest Podbov et al to Slippern Mill Co., house and lot above mill. $1 consideration. Location—T. J. Williams and S. T. Kincaid, discovery Lewin ck. Notice of Power of Attorney—Win. Davenport to James Goodman in Frac tion claim. Lien—Slippern Mill Co. vs. Pioneer WTarm Storage. $1211.96. Lien—Henry Schneider vs. H. E. —AND — WILLOW ST., IDITAROD JIMMY KISHIMOT0, Proprietor. Phillip and Mrs. Ed Uhl, Pioneer hotel, $340.05. Assignment Lease—.T. B. Mading to M. & M. bank, 1-2 interest in Mading lay and Johnson lay, Flat ck. $1 con sideration. Assignment Leas ?—Sam Shequin to Louis Stetzer, 1-4 interest in lower 400 feet. 1-a Otter. $4,500 consideration. Assignment Lease—Louis Stetzer to M. & M. bank, lower 400 of 1-a Otter. $1 consideration. Lease—Lon Doggett and Tom Forrest to R. Mitchell and G. W. Mitchell, Idaho association, Flat ck., 40 acres. Monday, November 28. Lien—J. H. Sully vs. T. L. Thurston, 1-2 lot 12, block 3, Iditarcd, $43.25 Mortgage—Win. Davenport to M. & M. Bank, 1-4 Celene fraction, Otter creek, $250. Lien—Glark Lumber Co. vs. Jake Mutchler, North Star blacksmith shop, Willow street, $905.12. Deed—Wm. Davenport to Charles j Magaha, 1-2 interest Cclone fraction, | $1. Lease—John Kasen, Jno. Olson and | Gus Lunstrotn to F. A. Hedstrom and Lars Lokke, Snow lake association, • Flat creek. Water Right - Jerome L. Hunter and Ole Drablos on Hilltop association, Flat creek. Tuesday, Nov. 29. Location-Pat Powers, No. 1-a, Black Hills creek. Location -Mike Coaklev, No. 2-b. j Black Hills creek. Location—Charles Hoxie, No. 5-a, : Porcupine creek. Location—Richardson and Mrs. Geo. F. Johnson, Fairhaven bench, Granite creek Location—Anton Larson and George F. Johnson, Lilloy beuch, Granite creek. Thursday, Dec. 1. Agreement to Sell -H. E. Phillips and A. F. Morgan and E. E. Hammer, ] 1-3 interest in Riverside hotel, $259. Lien--Clark Lumber Co. vs. Elsie Morse, lot 12, block 2, East Willow, $1, 007.86. Mortgage—A. F. Morgan and E. ) Hammer to Cheslev, Ryan & Kehoe, ’ lots 1, 2 and 3 and Riverside hotel, $1, i 003. Deed—Fred Anderson to A. B. Rome, ! north 50 feet lot 1, block 2, east on Willow street. $1. Deed—Oscar Olson to H. C. Kelling. ( 1-16 Checord association, 1-16 Liberty association, 1-1 Calmer association, Ca> ' tie creek, $10. This Secret Lost Forever New York, Nov. 8.—General Thomas Eckert, the last man to know the whereabouts of the remains of John Wilkes Boolh, the slayer of Abraham Lincoln, died here today. The secret ! compact mads between the men who 1 buried Booth, never to divulge the lo cation of the grave to the world, has never been broken and the secret per ished with him. WHEN IN ID1TAROD STOP AT POOL, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CANDIES WILLOW ST. IDSTAROD, ALASKA Capital, $100,000.00 General Banking Business Transacted Geld Oust Bought and Assayed Drafts Issued on Any Part of the World SEATTLE CORRESPONDENT: SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN BANK SAFE UKTOSIT BOXES FOB RENT OFFICERS: T. J. Nestor, President Chas- Ross, Vice President E. G. Lindberg, Manager John Holmes, Cashier and Assayer Phone G7. Corner Caribou and Black. Whitefish, Arctic Trout, Pickera! and Arctic Halibut dressed to order. Creek Orders May be Left with Keyes & Meaghan’s Stage Line A FULL ASSORTMENT OF vercoa ts Suits, Felt Shoes, Moccasins Mitts, Socks, Fur Caps Rubber Shoes ' AT 2 LEADING CLOTHIERS STKICTLY ONE PRICE ROSS Si NESTOR, Lumber and Building Materials Hank Bldg. Iditarod You oan still gat your Iditarod Phone 8 ■HTTgaacrannBEaffTaaaHggimi—iwaFTBPgamBCTgagggsggBi ■gaHBgangBErBgaaBM—wb—sawsx ■r«!wi'■ ■ ■.*• HOTEL ARRIVALS M'DONALD HOTKL Howard Benson, Ophir; Robert Mar tin, Otter; F Smith, D Schwartz, John Minz, H (J Minshall, Jas F Finnigan, George Keith, George Alain, Martin Kelly, Pat McKnight, Wm Sargent, A Marlett, J Hnnter, Peter Wick, NN Jaffe, M Little, F A Wilcox, David Englund, Frank Gleason, J D Gannon, Alex Wilson, J L Wattrus, S H Tansy, F F None, Ghas A Reed, W Kelly. L D Colbrit. IDITAROD HOTKL Mrs Charlton, Mr and Mrs Perry, A Sasta, J W Ward, Aleck Larson, Joe Louis, J Henderson, Gus Olson, Mr Pe terson, John Mackey, H P Shepard, Mrs Perkins, Carl Overton, E E Au bert, J Latti, Mr McRae, A H Twitch ell, Ed Britt, Mr Mainberg, R Martin, J Martin. J V Nordgren, Erick John son, Chas L.vud, Mike Orn, Frank Wiseman, Mr Spencer, A Keranen. L H Kier, J L Heron, Geo Vig, Martin Hoi tnes. REGINA HOTEI. John Couse, H E Olson, F Anderson, John Brown, R1 J Flood, J I Wells, John McLeod, S Sweeney, H Jastland, G A Bishop, Mrs Wolf, E Mitchell, M Brown, F O'Brien, John Ronan, Wm Dryaan, C'has Willman, Carl Johonson, Carl Avery, J A Kvamtne, A S Han son, C J Sfar.dberg, Oscar Peterson, A Gooch, Harvey Phillips, A G Dickson, J Duffy, Miss M Coliidge. N. N, JafFe, the man wba sells tilings g, od to wear on* at Flat, came into town last week, exhibit ing some of his latest New York importations. They do say that lie had tiie goods on him. Just the thing for a Xmas p resent. A nice pipe or a box of cigars at John stone’s. WE ARE THE ONLY DISTRIBUTING AGENTS FOR Old Kessler Bye. Maryland Bye, Atherton Bye. Old Lewis Hunter Bye, W. II. Mc Brayer’s Cedar Brook and Sevon-Ycar-Old Double-Stamped Bulk and Bottled in Bond Also a Large Stock of Old Taylor and Old Crow (b. b.) Angeles, Budwaiser, Rainier Boltled Beer, and Tamiliauesar C aught Beer ALL TO BE JOBBED AT REASONABLE PRICES Front St., Id!fared Leading Jeweler of the North CARRIES A LARGE SELECTION OF AT REASONABLE PRICES. ORDER EARLY. Claret Zinfandel Hu rgund y Tip Chianti Sparkling Burgundy Sauterno Imp. Dutt’s Gordon Sherry Ities ling Fort Sherry Imported Spanish Fort Bottle or Gallon Tel 55 Tel 55 First Avenue and Willow Street Ashland & Marsh. Proprietors. BEER Lemps Illue Ribbon l’abst Export Budweisrr Rainier Olympia Pints or Ouarts. CHAfV.PAG.ME CHquot Mamin’s M'hite Seal BRANDY Imp. Honnessy Three-Star Imp Couvoisler Cal. Grapo Brandy Cal, Bellarge Cal. Lyons Cal. Grand Marque Cal. Lomitas CIGARS GIGAREITES op'£HlshU,1St. «-i® mi mu imp. Africano j Imperial MINERAL WATER Bartlett natural Bartlett Carbonated Shasta Clysmic Apollinarls Imported GiW Gordon Dry Gordon Sloe Burke’* Tom Glibey Tom Plymouth Leogenthe Dekuyper Holland Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City Day or Night SCOTCH Black and White John Dewar Whittlesey House of Lords John Beggs M unroe O L.D. Koderlck Dint Sinclair GRAPE JUICE Concord Grape White Grape Tomato Toner WHISKEYS Lacey Old Crow Ht-rmitagfl Mount V pm on Carstair’* No. 6 (':»r«tair’« Rye Belle of Anderson, B. B. Cedarbruok, B. B. Lnnahan Hunter Feading Rye, B. B. Social Club TV'eaterflll <& Frazier Canadian Club Monogram 1891 National Club Lockie McKinnon was in town last! 3ng on the right limit with good re week from Flat. Ho reports prospect-; suits. J@s@pii H. Smith CARRIES A FULL LINE OF Furniture Cash Registers Crockery Carpets Stoves and Ranges Bar Glassware Mattings Cole’s Heaters Safes Bedding Fire Extinguishers Pool Tables Harness Hardware Phonographs and Records Phone 6, Second and Willow Streets, Iditarod City Gourtemanchs Loses One Automobile The Pierce-Arrow automobile be longing to Dave Courtemanche in Fairbanks was destroyed recently, burning itself tip with its own gasoline. Something went wrong with the ding-bat and punched a hole in the gasoline tank just over ihe hot muffler. Result, a sudden fire which just gave the driver rime to escape. The fire depart ment was called out hut only served to scatter burning gasoline all over the street. The machine was al most a total • repK BUY YOUR OUTFIT FROM PHONE 46