JERRY SIMPSON DEAD
Kansas Politician Passes Away of
Wichita. Kansas. Oct.'in Ex-Con
eressman Jerry Simplon died Monday
of *reueral breakdown. He bad been
i 11 for sou 11* t ime.
Mr. Simpson had hern one of the
I'opulist loaders of Kansas since ISM
in which vear he was lirst elected to
(on^t'ess. lit* sprang at once into
promine nee because of the campaign
stow that In1 wore no socks, and for a
Iontime he was known as “Sockless
Jerry." He was re-elected tot’on^ress
in I>1*2 and l>l*t>. lit* achieved some
prominence in the House ot dt‘bater,
although prior to bis election to t on
irjess In* was a small farmer neat
Medicine Lod^e, and wholly without
political experience. Since his last
tie feat he had lived quietly in this city
most t f the time.
Full stock of A. A. Cutter shoes, just
arrived, at (‘lavson’s.
HRMITIRE \NDC\RPfT CO.
CARPETS 4N!) STOVES
AiktivssT. L. LEWITH.Alaska Keinrseniative
T. H. F. &. C. CO.
Santa Clara Dae This Evening
Steamer Santa Clara is due to arrive
in port at about <i o’clock this evening.
She left Valdez at 2 this morning and
wasscheduled to come straight through,
according to the bulletin.
WANTED- Work by the day or
hour, at nursing or general house
work. Anna C. Winner.
By P. Welch & Company, contract
ors'on the Alaska Central at Turn
again Arm. Station men, rock men
ax tn^n and laborers. Steady work
all through winter and next summer.
Top wages paid. -'•*
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At Richards* Store
The elegant collection of books in
this up-to-date library should appeal j
to every intelligent pei'son in Seward, j
At the low price of f>0 cents per
month von can read the latest and best j
C. H. GIBBONS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence Carstens Build
init‘, Fourth avenue.
OHice Hours 2 to I p. m., and when
ever not otherwise engaged.
F. E. YOUNGS I
SEWARD • ALASKA
Sale at the OWL DRUG CO.
Hot Water Hat Its. Fountain Syringes,
Household Rubber (loods. etc*.
A yood Fountain Syringe anti Hot
Water Hath should be in every bouse
When needed they are needed bad.
All our Rubber -foods are sold the
.•tine wax Mt net bark it not ti^rbt.
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COLEMAN HOUSE Proprietor j
Fleet tic Lights and Kim fie Hells in every room
Kate' from ’>0 cents to $2. oO per day
Absolutely First-Class --F.xcelKmt Cafe in Connection
Fourth Avenue. - ~ Seward, Alaska.
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SEWARI COMMERCIAL CO.
G E N E R AL MERCHANDISE
Furnishing Goods of all descriptions—Boots and Shoes
Groceries, Fruits and Confections
New line of Ladies’ Waists just received.
Oil Coats, Shoe Packs and all kinds of Storm
goods—Ladies and Children’s Rubbers . .
Dry Goods Furnishings Fresh and Salt
Blankets Caps MEATS
Gloves and Mittens Glassware
WHITE HOUSE on mE LE^
\ We Don’t
I Want the
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All we want is the Men’s
and Boys’ Clothing and
Shoe business of Seward.
We are hungry for it.
Please pass it this way,
we want to enjoy it.
The One Price Up-To-Date Store
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r HOTEL McNEILEY *
EUROPEAN PLAN-WILL A. McNEILEY, Proprietor
RATES 50c TO $2.00 PER DAY
Accommodations Strictly First-class.
-FourthAvenue, - Seward. Alaska
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WN & HAWKINS, GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Groceries SUCCESS OUR PRICES XLSL'SZ
is Complete ally tine, well made, up to date garments we together with the high grade woolens make the
in Every De- so^ . garments we sell as good as any in the country.
tail and Pri- IJRjfS"*3 \fkE F-LI *Tp the pleasure of showing you our line of suits, etc. It is Really Worth a Special
ces the Low- W EL W jf\ Iii I trip to see them. You will then agree that it is a decided advantage to know
est Quality where good, reliable garments are sold at a small cost.
0f Goods VVE are in a better position than ever before to interest you in the Clothing line. Our values are
Considered far ahead af our prices. Will be pleased to see you at any time, Rather see you now than later
” 777TT o 7~i A III I IVI O OUR PRICES DO THE BUSINESS
BROWN & HAW Mi M PHONE 13, SEWARD, ALASKA. |
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