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Valdez daily prospector. (Valdez, Alaska) 1905-1918, November 14, 1913, Image 3

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A Word
To the Wise Is Sufficient
“Wear a benjamin”
Valdez ^Mercantile Co., Inc.
7—- ‘ TRUE VALUES
On the basis ot Security and Service
we solicit your account.
WE DO A BANKING BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY.
VALDEZ BANK & TRUST CO.
Steam Heat Electric Light*
THE COPPER BLOCK
Finely Furnished Room* . All Modern Conveniences
Good rnr DIICCCT Good
Goods Hit DUrrCI Goods
Copper River Lumber Co., Inc.
ALL KINDS OF
I Native and f I T1V/ID17D and Buildin«
Puget Sound LUlVlDLlX Material
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Prices Right W. M. FINICAL, Mgr. Phone 18
Patronize a Home Industry
Travel East
OVER THE
“MILWAUKEE”
The Newest and Shortest Line to the East
Crossing the Cascade Mountains, the Kittitas Valley, the Colum
bia River, the Bitter Root Mountains and Montana Canyon, trav
ersing a country of surpassing scenic grandeur, historical interest
and wonderful development.
TWO FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY
“The Olympian” and “The Columbian”
The NEW ALL-STEEL TRAINS to
BUTTE, MILES CITY. SIOUX CITY.
MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL, MILWAUKEE and CHICAGO
For further information regarding fares, train service, reservations, etc.,
cal on or address
C. H. Kraemer, General Agent,
Alaska Steamship Co. and Alaska Coast S. S. Co., Valdez, Alaska
City Ticket Offices, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paid Railway
443 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. C.
Second Ave. and Cherry St., Seattle
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VALDEZ HARNESS SHOP
HARNESS and SHOE
REPAIR WORK
DOG HARNESS MANUFACTURED
We Make or Mend Any
thing in Leather.
Workmanship' Guaranteed
Prices Reasonable. Shop in Swan Block
CITY EXPRESS
MEETS ALL BOATS
When in a hurry call on me.
“QUICK ACTION”
is my motto.
Phone 82. J. A. SPENARD, Prop.
If you want all the news all the
time read the Daily Prospector.
CITATION TO SHOW CAUSE.
In the Probate Court, Valdez Pre
cinct, Third Judicial Division,
Territory of Alaska.
In the matter of the estate of
I. D. Flynn, deceased.—Citation
to Show Cause.
To Mabel M. Flynn and all
other heirs unknown, and to all
persons interested in the above
entitled estate, greeting:
You and each of you are here
by cited and required to appear
before the judge of this court,
at the court room thereof, in the
Town of Valdez Alaska, on Tues
day, the 23rd day of December,
1913, at ten o’clock in the fore
noon of said day, then and there
to show cause, if any you have,
why \V. T. Scott, the adminis
trator of saui estate, snouia not
be authorized by an order of this
court to sell at public sale all the
property belonging to. said es
tate, the same consisting of sun
dry personal ell'ects and a one
third interest in and to lot 1 1-2,
in block 7, of the Town of Valdez,
Alaska.
And it is ordered that this ci
tation be served upon you by
publicatjon thereof in the Valdez
Daily Prospector, a newspaper of
general circulation, printed and
published at Valdez, Alaska, for
a period of at least four succes
sive weeks.
Witness the Honorable Geo. J.
Love, United States Commission
er and ex Ofl'icio Probate Judge
in and for Valdez Precinct, Third
Judicial Division, Territory of
Alaska, with the. seal of said
court affixed, this 21st day of Oc
tober, 1913.
(Seal) GEO. J. LOVE,
U. S. Commissioner and ex Of
ficio Probate Judge.
First pub. Oct. 21. 1913.
Last pub. Nov. 18, 1913.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Fresh fish at the Valdez Cafe. tf
Fresh Red Snapper at the Valdez
Cafe. tf
Frank Lowe is sick in bed with la
grippe.
Blum's have added a complete line
of crockery.
Joe Martin arrived from Mineral
creek last evening.
The goods must go at a sacrifice at
Adler’s.
R. J. Boryer will leave on the Mar
iposa for Cordova.
Chinese Chop Suey and Noodles at
the Valdez Cafe, after 7 p. m. tf j
A1 Dowling left with four dogs for
a trip out the trail.
Fresh eastern oysters at the Vai
dez Cafe. tf
Fresh Seal shipped oysters on ev
ery boat for Frye-Bruhn Co.
Weekly Moose dance on Saturday
evening in Moose Hall.
_ ]
F. E. Whelpley, the fox rancher,
was an arrival in Valdez on the Mar
iposa.
Have you seen the beautiful beaver
fur caps at S. Blum & Co’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Campen left on
the Mariposa for their home in La
touche.
If you want all the news all the
time, read the Prospector.
W. E. Dunkle, the mining man, re
turned to Valdez on the steamer this
morning.
The best place to bathe is at tne
Pioneer barber shop; large tubs and
plenty of warm water.
jW. A. Shepard, of Cordova, came
over from the railroad town this
morning.
B. Scott sold his horse to C. Ra
chelle, who leaves over the trail for
the Nelehina.
The best place to bathe is at the
Pioneer barber shop; large tubs and
plenty of warm water.
Judge A. J. Adams and Mrs. Ad
ams came over to Valdez on the
Mariposa to spend a few days here.
FOR SALE—Yukon dog sled. Call
at St. Elias hotel. tf
Judge O. II. Tucker, of Cordova and
Chisana, arrived on the Mariposa af
ter making a business trip to Seattle.
If you want to sell or buy any sec
ond-hand furniture, stoves, etc., call
up City Express. Telephone 82.
General Agent Tracy, of the Alaska
Steamship company, is a round trip
passenger to Seward and return from
Cordova.
Great reduction in everything new
and second-hand at Adler’s.
Alvah Eames, chief clerk of the
postal department for the Third di
vision, passed through Valdez on the
Mariposa.
Red Tuscan and A1 Moore left this
morning for the Nelchina.
Excellent moving pictures at the
Orpheum tonight. Special change to
morrow evening. Matinee at 2 p. m.
tomorrow.
Fresh Seal shipped oysters on ev
ery boat for Frye-Bruhn Co.
Deputy Marshal Hastings left on
the Mariposa for Seward - and will
take the Dora to Unalaska, where he
is stationed.
Geo. Reinke, the watch repairer
and jeweler, is at the Valdez Drug
company.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Middlecamp
were passengers on the boat this
this morning, returning from a tr’p to
the states, where Mrs. Midlecamp
went for her health.
Blum’s have the Valdez agency for
Hart Schaffner & Marx celebrated
clothing.
I
Judge Jennings, of Juneau, was an
arrival on the boat this morning and
will preside at a term of court here
to hear such cases as Judge Brown
may be disqualified to sit upon.
Captain • Morris, of the Three M.,
will leave on the next boat for Se
attle and he plans bringing up a
Targe schooner loaded with hay, grain
and supplies for Valdez merchants.
If you want all the news all the
time, read the Prospector.
Here is a chance to
make some quick and
easy money, and the fol
lowing figures may help
you in deciding to buy
light stock at once.
These are actual figures
taken from our books
from Nov. 1, 1912, to
Nov. 1, 1913, and covers
the expense of operation
of power house and flume
only:
Salary for two
men at power
house and one
at flume . . . $4,620.00
Incidental ex
pense and sup
ervision . . . 900.00
Federal taxes . 385.00
Depreciation . 300.00
$6,205.00
Total kilo-watts sold in
Valdez from Nov. 1, 1912,
to Nov. 1, 1913, 115,885
kilo-watts
This consump
tion sold at 3
, cents per kilo
watt, amounts
to.$3,476.55
Difference in
red.$2,723.45
QUESTION:
Who will stand for the
difference ?
j
Alaska Water,
Light & Telephone Co.
By T. G. QUINN, Supt.

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