September 27, 1913 – “Rushed to death” is the expression used by Mr. Olaf Arnes, owner and operator of the Scow Bay sawmill. The unpretentious box manufacturing and sawmill plants, which were born of necessity last summer, have done wonderfully well.
Mr. Arness reports a very satisfactory season so far. At the present time, there are 15 men employed around the sawmill besides the crew of loggers who supply the mill with the timber. Lumber for thousands of halibut boxes remain to be sawed yet before the close of the season, hence the “rush”.
September 28, 1983 – The Alaska Depart...