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vor m: i im: i ii:st
to see the new and up to date goods that we are receiving on
every boat.
Something different in La Vallieres. Bracelet Watches and
Diamond Settings
The fmest assortment of Pyralin Ivory ever in Fairbanks, such
as Desk Sets. Toilet Sets. Military Brushes. Picture Frames. Mam
(ure Sets Cologne Bottles. Clocks, etc
im.\*r
fail to see the new Liberty Vanity Cases and Fancy Bead Neck
Chains.
vor
w 'i fmd our prices very reasonable and our wares of the best
4 VAKOFF& BRO147V
Phone ‘(Hi; l.t JFW F/.Fh’S Front St.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
THF FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Fair banks. Alaska
UI .SOU HOI * OVbli *1,000,000
Under Government Supervision
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SCHOOL NOTES
By Ev.i Delaney.
\\ ■ ii t liool opened Molldu\ UKII II
.n. 1 i*i11»:I i t gi t . d. an 11k r» .i *•
"• j»U|ni oiii|»aie(| wiili 111 ♦ • open
da > ot la. r > ♦ • ai A great inan>
.1 .to: \S ITI present at tin* **\e|
'! • among whom we were glad to
liool board
An announcement was made that a
i ■ i u • •. , a nt wa to b( given in
h • I 'a l h hall a! S do | - m on 1 'oil
! It lit ion I lav Wedne: da;. of I his ;
w • • ■ The pi o. : am w ill be under the !
i ■ an pie* • ol i he school a ml the
hi: ll a liool glee ( lllh Will fill llisll j
mu nal pari with the exception
"i tht* (do Tie* program in full will
!/• :.i\ - n in tomorrow's i 'iti/.en.
•o.ing vacation the school building
i i homughlv cleaned and many im
P,o\em»-nt W"i>. made among which
ie v. cloak room tor the upstairs
: 1 P"< ia 11> noth cable 'This
built n\"i Mi* stairwav direoth
,<p(».- it* i Ik iip.*i int* ndeni’s olllce.
Tie i a on I he school grounds
h« ■ ii oi and i he apparatus t* ted I
■ I to make it perfect 1> afe foi the
( hiklren
I iii i.miim’s iooiu has been it*
iiitul> -1 ami made ver> comfortable.
Ill i,!u- i i* nee room all the appara
be. n cb a nod and put in order,
il,. iabb .I.- k- and chairs \ arni bed
a lid all lb-- floors oiled.
\ laig. portion of the upplies. or
del* d 1 i \ • - all . ad\ arri\ «d and the
I .-maiudel i- . N pert. (Ml t ll. m-st
\ ' l ililpf ie .-lit. Ill whirl! \\ i* all e
alls i ppi ei• ia 1 e I out new Is tuned
I. .no which has b.-.-n put in (list rlass
, aj»* b- Mi Flei-eliman The perfect
■ nui 11 -. n . f tb.- piano enhanced the
! - is h!-> v. hi. b Moroths Roth play
• I n .-mblv Thi.-e new faces]
not i > able among the faculi \
\1 Slmmaii w ill have the matbema
in of tb* high ehool and Mi - Kd
.Mil! *1 mil leaeli Fi each and t in- ('mil
. ... i a I course
\ fi at in.- of a sembls was the pre
. niatioii of diplomas to the 15 mem
h. r- of tin* last sear's eighth grade
• la: \s bo w ••!.* Iiiics I »e Wi re, Frank
I»« \\ n • . Vivienne Hamilton, Helen
Young. Roden Mavis, Mamie Siuni
\la s Seliafei. Florence Rotih, Then
linn Fm/ln. Stella Herrington Ih a j
trice l*i-lling Iris Hinckley and Anna]
lb-rgman. The announcement that j
• \ er> one had passed the territorial I
. 'a in iii.it ions and war admitted to the
hi b ehool without conditions was
ci e. led b.s a high school sell for the
large incoming class.
The following students having coni
ph l' il sal b forily tin* first 2ft drills
m penmanship required by the Palmei
company were awarded eight but-tons;
I. Turie Burrell. Boyd Bering. Loyd
Piul.'-rton, lilt I Bellerby William
Bering', William McCarty, Merevin
Anderson. Richard Boyd, Marie Miller.
,\ I fieri Visca, John Butlervich Hilly
Lumpkin. R. K. Lavery. Kennith Mor
gan. Adler Xordale, John O’Shea,
laiin• sdunetti. \ci♦ 11 Wilbur. Norma
i ’ I a u • • n. I »Orut li> (loir-, < la i Hull Mas
to il, .lam I Prr.-lon. Wilma 1'iiiaim n
ill li«‘I Sunn. 1 leiiioul Slowart. Stella
aft . and Man Zimmerman.
The following basing romplted ad
: i:o!ia! .soil, ss«• re awarded I’rogres
Pins; Clarene, Burglin. Ilars«> La
/••lie. L» nesa M< (loss ii. Dorothy Me
i'.iiI.s, Harold Bently. Fred Dou*e.
Lthm Kiamei. Phsllis Andri oil. W
i ll i l.til- < ha i h - M • L ra til H eh n
F anklin. Margaret Stewart. Franklin
immermaii. t'alsin Franklin. Helm
Dm ami. Norman Burglin. Sigrid Bred
lie. John rlaik. Leorge Buttorsich.
i anklin Schafer. Virginia Raymond,
..Idl' d Morgan Arthui Hi l ine, and
1 '• a t ha < leis.
i des ' n COlllpIct « (j ! lie rill ire colli '•
and w»-i'* assard'-d tin- tinal cerlili
i ate; Stella Herrington. Vida Lustad.
Ihoma lonseth, Fdsvard Bartlett.
Mars Miller. Marguerite Wilson. Sri
ina I,ap|»i. and Helen Uasmu si n.
!.. i pt mg a 111 i/.e of ten dollar
ss i offered h> the territorial Women
hristian Temporeniv I nioii for the
hr t •- sas on the effects of alcohol
on human b» bugs Twents live schools
eompeied for the prize and the best
•• as of each Was srilt to Seattle to
he judged b\ a cnilliuittee of edlica
I... in that »ii> Tb»- e. sa\ written
l>\ .Margaret Collins of oui school
\va i he unanimous choice of tlhe
judj • ; and the ten dollar was |»ro
.*■ elltcd t«* MC t ’ollills III \ ' Slel dav '
.is* embly.
\\V lost one member of our Senior
i l.i this, vein Mi. Margaret Thmna .
i1 w*- .in proud of iln* fact that Mi
Thomas. during tin* summer com
phted her entire high school course
and thi- month enters Reed College
. ' ut condit ion: t he ecoml stu- j
dent from t In- Fail bank.* Rubin j
ool to tinish tlhe entire high school
rcimol course in thnv vents. the other
h. in - C-orgia John-on. who entered
R-m d College last fall. We are also
proud of tin* fact that another mem
1m i i f ou. Senior (lass. Russell Bell
< i by ha an appointment to Annapoli
\\ lii'h he is lo enter next spring if
he passes the necessary examinations
which, judging from pa- t records In*
will not fail to do.
n*
CALL FOR BIDS
Bids will be received by Tanana
Rifle Club fur building two bulkheads
at their rifle range jusl south base
ball park as follows: One bulkhead
20 ft. long, 12 ft. high, 5 ft. thick;
one bulkhead 12 ft. long, 9 ft. high,
fj ft. thick; both to be built of small
logs well notched in and filled with
safid. Logs will be furnished on the
ground. Bids must be in not later
than 5 o'clock Tuesday, Sept. 16th.
For further particulars see (1. B.
Krwin, secretary.
COIN PURSES, BILL BOOKS, BILL
FOLDS and MONEY BELTS.
M'INTOSH & KUBON, Druggists. 1
SUMMERS TELLS
OF WORK WHICH
BUREAU PLANS
Tin ilri'in tnn nt "I aui irnll III'-. Hint
I w.atlici hurratl. is tijing to rot
mil tlir ritonrmn ilium :ion |'lr
ailing tin mult a Iti.r i>nrl of tin
nilia] Stairs rrgarding wratlirr rim
lion in Alaska I'ndrr flip din 1 mi
■ I M.-h in II Sinn mm an t. n: nlnn• t,
n t In go of tlir Mask i ml ion. rl i
inatolng it al data i :;al In t. .1 ft mil t In
slat ion I In limit t Itn Inn ilot ■
m 1.1. || 111 mont It I \ and arh r.
imi-n and distt ibni. d thrilmil I' ■
talr fm tin- mliglit* nnn nt of th"
1 nils I'll : S w ho b.'lii r till' un in . a
in Alaska
11 Summer u a«. ha ha’ ' h 11
of th»* work ill the North .lung t!».
;.;t , : j, V . a ■ ; HOW ill N‘ II llIU Oil
i annual tour of the ten itm • nil*
li, hing new and p opening old '•*
ions ml looking al toi t In wo, I it
eiall> lie reached' N--ilaiia «»u >i
UmiiH'I \laska. and w ill i •• 'll u I •
I h»* mil h\ \va> of I *:t i * ti.fll. .1 ml l
liieliaid'on trail
In a ,m\ er ai ion w ii li i i *1"
entative of The Nows la i *\eiii:
at the Soi 11 hoi n lintel. \11 Sunmiei
spoke \>m\ highly of t' • in nine m
i:ii• • lit lat ions "I Ilf I'd! * a • thru
.nit i he ten itor\ at *• * ondm n \
11: a e \ a lid regllla I'll > Ml making oh
. \ ai ion at o oi i n* highest impo 1
ance lo tile bureau. lie a> and i le
, ills tii'i far ha\ • h.-en \<i > a!;
factor>. particulai l> » i,, v ii w
fact t ha I much ol tie- w <», k u'lun
tary
Tilt bureau now has about su co
npei a t \e and special oh a i \ < ; t li; il
out the terntors. who uppl> 1 If
hin ! all i poi I for t he complin* o:; "I
■ limatologieal data For • In pm po '
,1 Weathei for-easting., two npoii
dail> are re(|uired of cloven I a t ion
; v a, | \ opa ra i oil poi m i In • ■ i •
i> ,i , Hashed to .Juneau and to |
. ;1 'lington 11 <' . ai s a in ami s j
p m. . .1 uiieau i inn- and fi on I li.-m j
v , :, | her mild I nils ol I hi Hex-1
<la\ are determined
I-'m; e.HSt i!'L' a : llul a blU’. Ur
•, .• s last winter. Mi Summers admit
hut ||«- ho|“‘> l«» b able Hi illlpl'ov.
the servire grentlv during the eom
im. winter-, as a result of having
. t .1 111l; lied new s' a l ...a •• o ring ..
utli.dent area to insure fairlv ami,
l.. . alelllal ioie St ill bet I • i )'• nil
w..aid be insured l>> the establish
i «nt of a tat ion ill Si be i ia In. a u -
of i In- air movement from it he we. I t"
t lie ejisi. bill t bat . M r Suminei s sa v
i: out of t he (iuest ion a t pi e ent Tb
station-- making the. e s,.eeial report
v. hieli are available at a number of
|..int- in tin* States along Mm route
i.i i..*n b> the message.- forw arded to
\\ ar,bin -ion I wire (lail.v. im hide Sit
ka, l.agle. Tanuna. Nome Noorvik.
\kiak. \ t k a. Hutch Harbor. Kodiak.
. t I ’aul V aid* /. and him a u Tin
. tations at Norm ik. in tin Kohuk
n tint i \ and Atka in ttln- Aleutian
island:-., were e- tabli lied tbi. um
nmr.
I be foje.arting servile Will begin
um i • lober 1 - but it w ill not include
!:• ! •. ■. po; Is as wii: tin- rase last
wdn'i-r Tb, intention of tin* bureau,
Mr Summers sa>.-. i. to stipplv In
term: Alaska with advane.* inlorma
lion only vvlnn marked weatlier
i hang.- indicated Variation.-- ot a
; w do-; e. will not be taken into ar
* cunt
.-mil mining i" tin- Interior. Mr
Stimuli is has arranged tor the re
. | aii.a of slat ions at Ruby. Circle
and Hot Springs, and for the '-stub
i line nt of a in w sta I ion at Lignite.
Arrangements also have bun made
i. r keeping a record of weather con
ilil ions in the Kantishna country.
Talcing barometric readings for the
in pose of determining accurately tie
altitude of Tanana, which the record-,
now shows, has an aliitudrol' atm feet
also has occupied the time of Mr.
Summers since his arrival le-re. Tic
Inn ran. In- says, was unwilling to ar
erpi the registered altitude of Un
army town willeir it was known posi
lively that Nctiana, which i several
hundred miles up stream, lias an ill t i -
nub of only :if.2 The bureau esti
mate of the Tanana altitude is ap
proximately 2011 feet. The readings
. ell. takeu tit Nenana, Tanana and
everal other station simultaneously.
The Weekly Citizen
CONTAINS
All the news of the week taken from The Daily
Citizen. It has a large circulation in eveiy camp
in the interior. Just the thing to send your friends
outside.
The best advertising medium to reach all the peo
ple in the outlying districts.
for Mm purpose of determining tin
il i pleasure at the desired point
and when this data has be* n wmK.-d
i !• tin bill eail i h*- altitude ot
I will he known lor a eertaintv
Aceinacy and regularity in makiiir
• ! •• v.ition ire the watch words of
tile hiireau Mi Suiniu* > ays 111* •
bout foui thou and station in
i he l nited States, and most ot tin* ob
i are untrain* d many of them
' mpaid. and still others only a small
amount monthly ample fot th* actual
'work i • . 1111 f • »I. hut hardly enough to
| b(. attractive as remuneration A «*t
auding the necessity for de
pending so largely upon tin* volun
so vie,*•••, th bureau reeord a
i r markably complete and accurate,
to the fact t<- ill* interest di.
;!.*>• • 1 by th* obserevers entrust'd
VO ‘ i lie work
Many of the ob »erv< i have plen
did loeords, covering many years of
but th** pe* r of them all sa\
Mr SumintTs, i.' ;i resident of \\. t
- lie ter. I\u . I »i d*- *• < i; non. who
\ • pt I d:MI> i . nil d I*f i pI ’;t
Mon ami tempm aim *•• . without a
ui I* • n made at t he am* spot * \ erv
* • l i n• • r ii.it poriod t»J > a:
rill • I rill ds Wi l l la i tod 1)\ I >1
( * ' II l-lll! Ii. Illli- I’ll* Wl\l!,I|! I bil l 111
wa- or^aniziil. but tin* work i mm
I | - a I of til. 1 Ogtllai SiTVlfN*
I bo volfi an oil . ; v 1: a III ii.-il
* • U- ili'Iit ist a ini. all lio bo i nioi •
I"" \ • * a i of ago. In Mil look
i .’ tbt'' ' il "li \\ lo ll i - at homo
. 11*1 I b ll I ll,* 1 O. to ,| ,'liv 1" pf
l*ro|.. | !> 'a io n In* i ab i mi lu ordor
t !■ I lb- i • III ill! bo no mi. ' a ko wli**||
ll-- b !! homo. I »lu; aL-.ii aw In il
till onp no min ! oi hi t a mil
• "'ild load ibo itisf rut mont s j»ropoil>
N o n a n a N i w s.
rx.
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i»i:pi ty popppp transpprri:i> |
I'm I'lKi'l.i: Tm RFI.IKYF SIMA
i m:!! win» ooios t<> ft. yfk< in :
Mi»ll I UK WIKI, I'OMK TO FAIR J
II INKS I IFF 11 'K.
\< i unlink to ;i o;ilrmint mailt1 vm.
i» ' il.i \ b\ I S. Mai >hai L T Ki u in.
-
i .fial change:; are t<> be made short
in t lie I i li * 'll | • of the Pom t It di\ i ion
• lt'li ll ti Ofl
' * |. it> Mar: hal \. II Roppell. who
iia he* n stationed at (’hat inika
lire his rrtiirn from tin* States whore
* i \ * ,| in a " leather n«*ck" train
ing eanip. will leave thi morniiu* for
* 11*1 Ie when* he will he stationed
to tile ne\t few months at hast. I h*
\\ i 11 n liev* I >• *|»nt \ Spencer who ha: I
n a * : rde for several \ ea i.
I '* -pllt > Spencer Will lie -lit t O I*’I j
Yukon. it his own re<iucst and n*
lev, |)eput> Marshal MePnire The 1
III If! w ill conic to Pa I hank a noil
i he 11 ansf. r are affected and will j
11: oh.i hI> be a signed in tins \ iei n it > .
DOUSE LEAVING
AT 11 THIS A M
'TCTORY DEPARTS FOR NENANA
\T 11 O'CLOCK FROM
PIONEER DOCK.
The launch Victors arris ed from
d liana \e.-ierdns afternoon about a
(.'dock' with two passengers and the
remains of Timoths Murphy. The
passengers were I\ (llendening and C
\. McPheron.
Captain Don e is eheduled to leas,,
with the Vidors on it; return Dip
tin morning at 11 o’clock from the
pioneer dock. Reservations can
obtained at tin Pioneer hotel.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Probate Court for Fairbanks
Preeind, Fourth Division. Terri
tory fo Alaska.
In I he matter of tlit* estate of Michael
Saroff, Deceased. No. 214.
To the creditors and all persons in
terested in tie* above estate and
in I he partnership estate of the
deceased in the freighting and
te. lining business carried on by
Trefoil (Tony) Saroff and tl
ceased in bis lifetime:
TAKE NOTICE that the unci'r
signeil, by consideration of the pro
bale court in and for Fairbanks Pre
cinct, Fourth Division, Territory of
Alaska has been duly appointed ad
minislrator of the estate ol deceased,
and as well to administer and wind |
up I he affairs of said partnership
Therefore notice is hereby given tliai
all persons having claims against
the estate of deceased or against sab
I .a rl nersbip are required to present
the same with proper vouchers or
proof to the undersigned administra
tor at the office of E. R. Gillette,
attorney at law, in the First Na
tional bank building in Fairbanks,
Alaska, which is hereby designated
the place of business of the adminis
trator, within six (ti) months from
the date of service of this notice to
wit on or before the 8th day of
April, 1920, or the same will be hai
red as by law provided.
AUGUST PETERSON,
Administrator.
Sept 9, 1(1, 23, 30, Oct. 7.
Nordale Motel
Fairbanks’ First Class Motel
1’ully Equipped Soda Fountain
And Full 1 ,me of Candies and , 1 obaccos
CATERS TO SMALL DANCING AND CARD PARTIES
JUST ARRIVED
American keady-l.ite Portable 1,amps and Lanterns
Just tin' thing lor home, store and hotels. The biggest
success ever brut out in gasoline vapor lamps. Insures
good lighting and it is the most economical light ever
hrot North, h.ach lamp is complete in itsell. Call and
examine our new stock.
A. L. WILBUR
PIONEER HOTEL.
NEW MANAGEMENT
( HAS. BEAM, I’ropr.
Rooms 71( lo $3.00 per Ihiv
MODERN CONY'ENIENCES, BARBER SHOE
AND BATHS IN CONNECTION
HEADQUARTERS I • O R C RI \ I *. K VISI TO R S
BURGESS-KARSTENS AUTO LINE
To CHIT! IN A
Competent Drivers. Licensed Cars. Rest of Serv ice
Thrugh Cars to Chitina
Passengers Express
OFFICE PIONEER HOTEL
CARL WHITE’S LAUNCHES
Make Regular Trips Between Fairbanks and Brooks
Carrying U. S. Mail
Office a I Pioneer Hofei
I
j
GIBSON’S AUTO-STAGE LINE
WILL LEAVE NEXT TRIP
Friday, September 19
U. S. MAIL, PASSENGERS AND EXPRESS
For reservations apply to G Harry Woodward, agent.
We invite comparison of our cars with any others
FASTEST TRIPS & BEST SERVICE, BAR NONE
Third Avenue Baths
All Kinds of Baths
Plain, Turkish, Shower, Scrub, Steam, Massage
UIB BATHS, 50c
Treatments For Rheumatism and Lumbago
Cushman Street, Opp. Telegraph Office
The NORTHERN ALTO CO
Licensed Auto.
CAR WILL, LEAVE NORTHERN AND PIONEER
HOTELS AT
10 A. M. DAILY
For Golden and way points.
LEAVES GOLDEN AT 1:00 P. M.
PHONE
HOTEL [NORTHERN FOR RESERVATIONS
Special trips on short notice.

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