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I——---real tailored goods
Wear a “benjamin”
hand-shaped fronts, set up necks and
elegant backs; a piece of work any
tailor would be proud of.
Suits and Overcoats, from $20 up.
P. S.—We are not the Sole Agents for
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
' fine clothes
though we have some real values in those suits, from
$18.00 to $25.00
Valdez Mercantile Co., Inc.
TRUE VALUES
..
On the basis ot Security and Service
we solicit your account.
Wh DO A BANKING BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY.
VALDEZ BANK & TRUST CO.
Steam Heat Electric Lights
THE COPPER BLOCK
Finely Furnished Rooms All Modern Conveniences
Good Tijr DIICCCT Good
Goods Int dUi reli G°°ds
Copper River Lumber Co., Inc.
ALL'KINDS OP
•Native and ¥ ¥ TRffDCD and Budding
Puget Sound LUiVlDLlX 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. Paul Railway
443 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. C.
Second Ave. and Cherry St., Seattle
ST
_
THE PINZON CIGAR STORE
DICK’S PLACE
Fine Line of Cigars and Tobacco;
Fruits. Nuts. Candies.
Card Room Soft Drinka of All Kiads
Ding, Dong! Hear that gong.
City Express
Is Coming Along
We handle your baggage,
trunks and grips, by day or
night. We meet all ships.
LAUNCH BRIGHTON
-FOB-1
PORT WELLS and
Way Porto.
FOR SPECIAL TRIPS SEE CAPT. STAMEY
_ VALDEZ|,DOCK_
I
Notice to Creditors.
In the United States Commissioner's
Court, ex officio Judge in Probate,
Valdez Precinct, Third Judicial Di
vision, Territory of Alaska.
In the matter of the estate of Dav
id H. Sleem, deceased; A. J. Wendler,
administrator.—Notice to creditors.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of David H. Sleem, deceased, to. the
creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said estate, to ex
hibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within six (6) months af
ter the first publication of this no
tfte, to the said administrator, at the
office of C. E. Bunnell, at Valdez,
Alasaa, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of
said estate.
Dated at Valdez, Alaska, this 24th
day of November, 1913.
A. J. WENDLER,
Administrator of the estate of David
H. Sleem.
Date of first pub. November 25, ’13.
Date of last pub. December 26, ’13.
Hospital of the Good Samaritan.
For 36.00 we will give you a ticket
entitling you to hospital service and
care for any eight weeks out of the
year from date of your ticket, when
Incapacitated by Injury er sickness.
8e$ W. H. Ziegler.
If you want all the news all the
time, read the Prospector.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Fresh eastern oysters at the Vac
dez Cafe. tf
A big laugh at the Orpheuni to
night.
Fresh Seal shipped oysters on ev
ery boat for Frye-Bruhn Co.
C. Nicholson left this morning for
Shoup bay.
Suits pressed for $1.00 at Silver
man’s, the tailor. Telephone 198.
Patsy Hogan returned from down
the Sound last night.
FOR RENT—Horse and cutter; see
Charley Johnson at the Alameda.
The Valdez Drug Co. has an elegant
stock of Hammered Brass Ornaments.
Jack Smith was a returning passen
ger on the Brighton from Port Wells.
The Valdez Electric Co. sells Mazda
lamps. Telephone 57.
Tom Holmes reached Valdez Sun
day night from the Port Wells sec
tion.
Suits pressed for $1.00 at Silver
man’s, the tailor. Telephone 198.
Ed. Wilson came up on the launc h
Brighton from the Port Wells sec
tion.
Fresh Seal shipped oysters on ev
ery boat for Frye-Bruhn Co.
Dr. German will make a short busi
ness trip on the next boat to the
states.
Beds, rooms and lodging at the Ala
meda'. Charles Johnson, proprietor.
A Gaumont Weekly at the Orpheum
tonight. Change of program tomor
row night.
The Valdez Electric Co. sells Mazda
lamps. Telephone *57.
Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford left
this morning on the Ida May for
Shoup bay.
Kiddies Christmas chairs and rock
ers at Rudolph’s.
The McIntosh teams will leave in
the morning for Nelchina, going in
over the government roact.
Blum’s are showing a large line oi
cut glass for Xmas.
William Connelly, the Avery river
mining operator, returned to Valdez
| on (he Brighton last night.
j Fancy Meerschaum Pipes specially
j priced at the Valdez Drug Store.
A petition is being circulated by
citizens of Valdez asking that a postal !
savings bank be established here.
S. Blunt & Co. are sole agents for j
; Hart Schaffner & Marx line suits,
i _____
i The Valdez Electric company is dis- j
J tributing the stock of the company |
| among those who subscribed for it. ;
I Chinese Chop Huey and Noodles at!
j the Valdez Cafe, after 7 p. m. tf
! Mrs. F. M. Brown, wife of Judge
F. M. Brown, of the district court, is a
northbound passenger on the Alame
da. ;
___ I
S. Blum & Co. are showing the j
largest line of Xmax goods in town. |
- !
J. C. Martin, the big fishing mag-1
nate of Prince William Sound, is a
returning passenger to Valdez on the
Alameda.
We have cigars in Christmas pack
! ages. Valdez Drug Store.
j Glenn Names has returned from
Portage canal, where he has been
! working on claims owned by him in
' that section.
See the exquisite Parisian Ivory
Toilet Articles at the Valdez Drug
Company’s store.
Fred. Reese and Mr. Johnson will
leave in the morning for Teikhell to
open up the claims owned by them
in that section.
A very complete line of Xmas Art
Leather Goods Is shown at the Val
dez Drug Store.
Carl Schmidt, the Comfort road
house keeper, came into Valdez to
day and will return to his roadhouse
in the morning.
Sewing Macnine tor Sale—Your
choice of a White or Singer machine;
both in first-class condition; drop
heads; for $20.00. Call at Mrs. St.
Marie's. tf •
Tom Collier and Glen Eaton came
up last night from Port Welle, where
they have been opening up a promis
ing quartz property.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE TER
RITORY OF ALASKA, THIRD DIVISION.
E. C. Maddox, Plaintiff, vs. Asa Mark
Icy, Defendant.—No. c 8i—summons by
publication.
The President or the United Slates of
America, greeting: To the above
named defendant:
Yuu are hereby required to appear
In the District Court for Territory or
Alaska, Third Division, within thirty days
after the completion or the publcatlon or
this summons, to-wit: within thirty days
after the 29th day or December A. D. 1913
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff,
which is on tile with the clerk of the
above entitled court, and defend the
above entitled action, and unless you so
appear and answer, the plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum or
one thousand dollars and apply to the
court for the relief demanded in the
complaint, which is Tor the restitution
of possession of the following described
property, to-wlt:
Placer Mining claim No. 2A, Skookum
Ouleli, situated on Skookum Oulch Creek,
2,000 feet more or less from Intersec
tion with Little Eldorado Creek, said
Skookum Uulcli Creek being a tributary
of Little Eldorado creek and Little dor
ado creek being a tributary or Bonanza
creek, all of which creeks, places and suld
mining claim are located and or record In
the White River Mining and Recording
Precinct or the Third Division or tin:
Territory of Aluska.
This summons is served upon you by
publication pursuunl to an order made
and entered by the Hon. Fred Brown,
judge of the above entitled Court, on the
15 th day or October, A. I). 1913.
Witness the lion. Fred M. Brown, Judge
of said Court, this 15th day of Novein-.
her, A. D. 1913.
ARTHUR LANG, Clerk.
By T. I’. GERAGIITY, Deputy. (Seal).
Date or llrst publication .Nov. 17. 1913.
Date or last publication Dec. 29, 1913.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
N THK DISTRICT COURT FOR Till: TKI\
RITORY OF ALASKA, THIRD DIVISION.
Dan D. Sutherland, I’lalnlltl, vs. F. YV.
i'urcly, Dei'endent—No. c 73—Summons
>y I’uliHcatlon.
The President of the United Slates or
America, greeting: To the abavc
named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in
lie District Court or tile Territory of
Alaska, Third Division, within thirty days
trier the completion or publication or this
iummons, to-wit: within thirty days ar
tel- the i*0th day or December, A. D.
1913, and answer the above entitled com
plaint or plalntiir and defend the above
-milled cause in the above entitled court,
which said complaint is on tile in said
Court; and unless you so appear and
answer the above named plaintilT will
lake Judgment against you and apply to
Ihe Court for the relief demanded in the
"omplainl, which is for judgment l'or one
thousand dollars against you and for the
restitution of possession or the following
described premises, to-wit: That certain
mining claim and mining property known
is the Sin-prise fraction situate and be
ing located on Rig Kldorado Creek in
Ihe While River .Mining and Recording
1-recini-t of the Third Division of the
Territory or Alaska, said “Surprise Frac
tion” being recorded in the recording of
llee of said mining and recording pre
i-lnet with the duly appointed IJ. S. Com
missioner thereof. said Surprise Frac
tion lies between No. 2 helow Discovery
and No. 3 helow Discovery on said Ilig
Kldorado Creek, and extends 1300 feet in
and along said creek, covering a strip or
land 330 reel on each side of the center
line or said creek, the same being marked
upon the ground by monuments and
stakes, and being one and one-hair miles
(I 1-2) from the mouth or said creek.
Tills summons Is served upon you by
publication pursuant to an order made
and entered by the Hon. Fred llrown,
imlgp or Ihe above entitled Court, on the
15III day or October, A. D. 1913.
Witness Ihe Hon. Fred M. llrown. Judge
nr said Court, Ibis 15th (lay or Novciri
licr, A. D. 1913.
ARTHUR l.ANO, Clerk.
11 y T. P. CEHAGHTY, Deputy. (Seal).
Dale nl' llrsi publlcaHon Nov. IT. 191...
Dale of last publication Dec. 29, 1913.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
in riii-: district corin' for tiie ter
ritory OF ALASKA, THIRD DIVISION.
L. II. Woodman, I* Inin (I IF, vs. Edward
Erickson, Defendant.—No. C 7i—Sniii
tnons by Publication.
The President of ihe toiled states of
America, greeting: To the above
named defendant:
Yon are hereby 'required to appeal1 In
Hie District Conrl of the Territory of
Alaska. Third Division, within lliirly days
after ihe completion of the publication
or this summons, to-wil: within thirty
clays after the 39th day of December,
A. D. 191 :t, and answer the complaint
of plaiiilill', which is on tile with the
clerk of said court, and defend the
above entitled cause in the above entit
led Court, and unless you so appearand
answer Ihe above named plaintilf will lake
judgment against you. and apply to Court
for the relief which ts demanded In said
roniplaiul. which Is for judgment against
you in Ihe sum of one thousand dollars,
and for restitution of the possession of
the following described premises, to-wil:
Placer mining claim No. 1. on Chicken
Creek, situated at and near the mouth
>f chicken Creek, al the Intersection or
said Chicken Creek with c.lacier Creek,
which last named creek Mows into Wil
son Creek, which in turn flows Into the
Chlsnnn river, and being within the lim
ps id Hie White River Mining and Ite
rcording Precinct of the Third Division
of tiie Territory of Alaska.
This summons Is served upon you by
[niblicatlou pursuant to an order made
nid entered by the Hon. Fred llrown,
iudge of the above entitled Court, on the
15th day or October, A. D. 1913.
Witness the Hon. Fred M. Drown, .lodge
>r said Court, this 15th day or .Novem
ber, A. D. 1913.
AllTlll R I.ANH, Clerk.
Ry T. P. HERAGHTY, Deputy. (Seal).
Date or llrsl publication Nov. 17. 1913.
Dale of last publication Dec. SO, 1913.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
IN TIIK DISTRICT COURT FOR TIIK TER
RITORY OF ALASKA, THIRD DIVIVSIO.N.
J. Costello and Bert Bollinger, Flain
lITs, vs. F. VV. Purdy, Defendant.—Sum
nous by Publication.—No. C 87.
rile President of Hie United Stales or
America, greeting: To Hie above-named
defendant:
You are hereby required lo appear in
[he District Court for the Territory or
Vlaska, Third Division, within thirty days
trier the completion or the publication or
Ills summons, to-wit: within thirty days
trier the 12th day of January, A. D. 1911,
tnd answer the complaint or plaintiir,
which Is im llle with the clerk or the
tbove entitled court and defend the above
■ntitled action; and unless you so appear
tnd answer the plaltulIT will take judg
nent against you Tor the sum or one
housand dollars damages, and will ap
tly to the Court Tor the relief demanded
n his complaint, which is ror the restl
ution of Ihe possession of the follow
ng described property, to-wlt:
•‘No. 8 A Fraction” placer miuiug claim
ilttiated on Bonanza Creek about one-liair
nlle up stream rrom the mouth or Little
iidorado Creek, said Bonanza Creek bc
ng a tributary to Chatbenda Creek, all
within the White River mining and re
•ordlng precinct or the Third division of
he Territory or Alaska, a more particular
lescrtption or which said mining claim
nay be had by rerercnce to the records
ind tiles of t)ie Commissioner and re
•order or the said White River mining
ind recording precinct.
This summons Is served upon you by
mbllcatlon pursuant to an order made and
intered by the Hon. Fred. M. Brown,
udge or the above entitled Court, on the
18th day or November, A. D. 1913.
Witness, the Hon. Fred. M. Brown, Judge
>r said Court, this 28th day or November,
913.
ARTHUR LANG, Clerk.
By T. P. GERAGHTY, Deputy.
Dute or llrat publication Dec. 1, 1913.
Date or last publication Jan. 12, 1914.
rMMONB BY PUBLIOATION.
DISTRICT COURT FOR THE TER
RITORY OP ALASKA, THIRD D1VIVSION.
Archie A. Clonlnger. Plaintiff, vs. Asa
iarkley, Defendant.—Summons by Publi
:atlon.—No. C * 80.
rhe President of the united States of
Anurias, greeting: To the abovo-named
defendant:
You arc hereby required to appear In
the District Court for the Territory of
Alaska, Third Division, within thirty days
after the completion or the publication or
this summons, to-wit: within thirty days
after the 12th day of January, A. D.
1914, and answer the complaint or the
plalntiir which is on llle with the Clerk
or the above entitled Court; and unless
you so appear and answer the plaintiff will
lake judgment against you for the sum
or one thousand dollars, and will apply
to the Court Tor the relief demanded in
the complaint, which is ror the restitution
of the possession or following described
properly, towlt;
“No. 1 below Upper Discovery on Illg
Kidorado Creek,” said Illg Kidorado Creek
being a tributary of Wilson Creek, a trib
utary of the Chisana Itlver, all being wltli
i in the White Hlver milling and recording
precinct or the Third-Division or the Ter
ritory or Alaska; said No. 4 claim being
recorded in the olfice or the Commission
er of the said precinct, for a rurther
rererence and more particular description
or which, said records are hereby referred
to.
Tills summons is served upon you by
publication pursuant to an order made
and entered b.v the lion. Fred. M. Drown.
Judge or the above entitled Court on the
28th day or November, A. I). 19lli.
Witness, the Hon. Fred. M. Drown, Judge
or said Court, this 28th day or Novem
ber, 191
j - ARTHUR LANG, Clerk.
| By T. P. GRAGHTY, Deputy,
i Date or llrst publication Dec. I, 191 a.
Date or last publication Jan. 12, 1911.
8UMM0N8 BY PUBLICATION.
| IN THE DISTRICT COl.’UT EUR THE TER
RITORY OF ALASKA. THIRD DIVISION.
| C. 11. Likaits, I’laintilT, vs. Win. E.
: .Tamos, Defendant.—No. c 72 Summons
liy I’lilillcatlon.
Tile President or tile I oiled States or
America, greeting: To the above
named defendant:
i You are hereby required to appear in
I Hie District Court or the Territory of
Alaska, Tilled Division, within thirty days
after the completion of the publication
of Ibis summons, to-wlt: within thirty
days after the g’Olli day of December,
A. D. iota, and answer the complaint of
| plalnlifl' and defend the above entitled
action in the above entitled court, which
I said complaint is on tile In said Court
: with Die clerk thereof; and unless you
so appear and answer the above named
plalnllll' will take judgment against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint,
which Is for judgment against you for ten
thousand dollars and the restitution or
possession of the following described
premises, to-wil: (hat certain mining
claim and mining property, being a frac
tion lying between claims No. o and No.
i 7 on llonanza Creek, at and near the
moil Hi of Little Eldorado Creek iu the
i While River .Mining «ml Recording Pre
cinct of Hie Third Division of the Ter
! ritory of Alaska, described by meets and
i bounds as i\t;|ows. to-wil: beginning at
| the southerly line on said claim No. 7,
1 at the initial monument of said claim and
| running thence Iju feel southerly along
| the bed of said llonanza creek to the
: northerly line of said claim No. ti; thence
easterly at right angles with said Bon
I anza Creek aan feet; thence 11!0 fed
I northerly parallel to said Bonanza ...
! to a point aao feet easterly from the
' initial or lower end monument said claim
No. 7; thence westerly aao feet io point
: of in-ginning.
This summons is served upon you by
. public,-itinn pursuant to an order made
| ami entered by the Hon. I red brown,
judge of iIn- above entitled Court, on the
I 15Hi day of October, A. I>. tuta.
I Witness I lie lion. Fred M. Brown, Judge
or said conn, ibis 1.7th oav of Novem
ber, A. D. Ill 13.
ARTI1I It LAN!!, clerk.
! By T. I'. IIERACHTY, Deputy. (Seal,.
Dale of ilrst publication Nov. 17. nil:;.
; Date of last puullcatlon Dec. jy, iota.
I
I
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
IN THE DISTRICT COl'RT FOR THE TER
RITORY OF ALASKA. THIRD DIVISION.
1 James Hussey, Plalniill’, vs. Edward Er
ickson, Defendant. No. c 77—Summons
; by Publication.
The president of tin* I idled Stales <.f
America, greeting: To the above
named defendant:
You are hereby required in appear
willhn thirty days after Hie completion
i of the publieation of this summons, to
wit: williin thirty days after tin* 29th
! day of Dec ember. A. D. 1913. and an
! swer Hie complaint of plaintiff which Is
on 11 le with clerk of tin* above entitled
Court, and defend the above* entitled ae
i lion, and unless you so appear and an
swer Hie above named plaintiff will lake
judgment against you, and apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in tin*
! complaint, which is for judgment against,
you in the sum of one thousand dollars,
\ and for the restitution of the possession
of the following premises, to-wit:
! That certain mining claims and mining
' property railed ‘ .No. t caribou creek,*’
a small creek having its source on Gold
Hill, said mining claim being situate and
located at and near the intersection or
S Caribou creek and Glacier creek, uiucit
! creeks Hows into Wilson Creek,
I which in Kirn Hows into the* Chisana river,
; all said creeks, places and said claim
being situate and being of record in
i While River Mining and Recording Pre
cinct or the Thiru Division of tin* Ter
ritory of Alaska.
i Ibis summons is served upon you by
publication pursuant to an order made
and entered by Hie Hon. l-’red brown,
judge of the above entitled Court, on the
I 15111 day of October, A. D. 19 13.
Witness the Hon. Fred M. Hnjwu. Judge
of said Court, this 15th day of .Novem
i her, A. D. 1913.
ARTHFR LANG. Clerk,
by T. P. GEHAGHTY. Deputy. vSeal .
• Date of iirst publication Nov. 17. 1913.
' Date of last publication Dec. 29. 1913.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
' IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE TEH
1 ItlTOItY OF ALASKA, THIRD DIVISION.
Archie A. Chminger. Plaintiff, vs. A. II.
Eiiilansiin, Defendant.—No. C 75 Sum
! moiis by Publication,
i The President of the rolled Stales of
i America. greeting: To the abuve
i named defendant:
! You are hereby reipiired lo appear ’i
l Ihe District Court for Ihe Territory
Alaska. Third Division, within thirty days
after the completion of the publican. .1
of this summons, in-wfl: within thirty
days after the 99th day of December,
D. 1913, and answer Ihe complaint ol
plaintiff, which is on til? in =ald Court
' with Hie clerk thereof: and unless you
I so appear and answer the plaintiff will
i take Judgment against you, and apply to
j the Court for Ihe relief demanded In the
i said complaint, which is for judgment
' against you in Hie sum or one tliou
i sand dollars and for restitution of the
| possession of the following described
: premises, to-wit:
; That certain milling claim and min
! iug property railed “.No. I Hear Creek,'
' located, situate and being on and in Bear
I Creek, which is a tributary of Big Eldo
| ritdo Cretk, which Is a tributary of NVtl
] soil Creek, said Wilson CPeek being a
1 tributary or the Chtsana, all said creeks..
1 rivers and places being within Ihe White
! River Mining and Recording Precinct or
' the Third Division of the Territory or
I Alaska, and said claim being or record
in the office or the recorder or said pre
cinct.
I This summons Is served upon you by
j publication pursuant to an order made
; and entered by the Hon. Fred Brown,
I Judge of the above entitled Court, on the
j 15th day or October, A. D. 1913.
| Witness the Hon. Fred M. Brown, Judge
' or said Court, this 15th day of .N’ovem
, ber. A. D. 1913.
ARTHUR LANG, Clerk.
1 Ity T. P. GF.RAGHTY. Deputy. (Seal'.
; Date or llrst publication Nov. 17. 1913.
| Dale of last publication Dee. 99, 1913.
The Valdez Moose Lodge will serve
a "home dinner” on Chr'stmas day at
4 p. m. sharp to its members and their
families and to any friends whom they
would like to entertain on that day or
evening. Tickets $1.25 each. For sale
at Hunt’s. Kindly make reservations
by December 23rd. W. E. Lee, olwifv
man of committee. Ml"',
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