At the urgent request of our many
patrons we 11 ave openecl a
in connection with our Mercantile
Estab 1 isliment and will do a
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
liny and sell exchange, buy and
ship gold dust, accept deposits and
make collections, etc,
The sume careful business methods
that have made our Mercantile his
tablishinent a great success will be
adopted in our banking department.
We take this occasion of thanking the Public for its lib
eral patronage in the past and hope to enjoy a continuance
of the same.
M ^e ' .urihern So Your friends Will
Know Where You Are.
BLACKBOARD FOR NEW ARRIVALS
THE SEWARD LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY
(Incorporated November, 1905, under the laws ot Alaska)
MAIN OFFICB AT STATION
UPTOWNOFFICE, ,vith Lumps tor sate
1BBMLASKA COAST CO.
Carrying II. S. Mail—Alaska-Pacific Express
To Seattle and Juneau
Stmrs Portland and Bertha
Sailings from Seward 8th and 23rd of each month.
Sailings from Seattle 10th and 2;>tn of each month.
^ Sailing Oates Subject to Change Without>tice
For Further Information Apply to
ALASKA COAST CO. — BROWN & HAWKINS
94 Yesler Way, Seattle._Agents-Seward, Alaska
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HOGGATT ISSUES MESSAGE
The Governor Calls Upon People of
Territory to Observe Thanks
By Cable to The Daily Gateway.
Juneau, Nov. 5—Gov. Hoggatfc yes
terday issued a proclamation designat
ing Thursday, Nov 2b, as Thanksgiv
ing day. He follows the custom of all
governors in naming the same day as
that previously designated by thepresi
j dent. The governor’s proclamation
calls upon all the people of Alaska to
abstain on that date from their usual
! avocations and to “give thanks to the
Supreme Rulet1 of the universe for the
; blessings vouchsafed us during the
past year, not forgetting to contribute
to the relief of those who have not en
joyed the prosperity we celebrate.” ;
Fthe palace of sweets™)!
THE NEW CANDY STORE III
|j FINE CONFECTIONER','
CIGARS ANDT^sACCq " «j
!^^between postoffice and ihotel McNEHET^j
SOLDI EH* S ADDITIONAL If. A. ENTRY j
In the United States Land office, Jun^ t
Alaska, Feb. ** -d1'’
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. •*'lm
Northwestern Fisheries Comp** that the t
Mary Rollins, being entiC ^y, assignee of ,
of Sec*. 2300 of the 1 to the benefits
United States gnr .evKed Statutes of the
oldiers and sal' iuUPtion&i lands to
« ae Rebelli' who served in the War of,
office fe lms made application to this
of ('r . make proof and entry under an Act i
digress approved May 14. 1898, for the lands
embraced in U. S. Survey No. 390. in tlie Dis
I triet of Alaska, described as follows:
; Beginning at cor. No. 1 a point at ordinary
high water mark on the left bank of Kvichak
river at the junction of said Kvichak river and
Graveyard Slough, from whence cor. No. I
Sur, 540 bears N. 28 Degree's o5 minutes E. 20
chs.; Beak of Sugar Loaf mountain bears N.
84 degrees 14 minutes K.: thence meandering
high water mark on left bank of Kvichak river
• up stream, 1st course X. 58 degree's 20 minutes
W. 1.80 chs.: thence 2nd course. N. 76 degrees j
I 39 minutes W. 9.20chs.; thence 3rd course, N.
11 degrees 30 minutes W. 6.50 chs.: thence 4th
! course. N. 8 degrees 15 minutes W, 2.50 chs. to
cor. No. 2: thence N. 17 degrees 5 minutes E. '
j 1.06 chs. to cor. No. 3. from whence Cor. No. 3
Sur. 72 bears S. 2 degrees 56 minutes W. 20.84
chs.: thence S. 42 degrees 45 minutes E. 17.90
chs, to cor. No. 1. the place of beginning Va
j nation at all corners 23 degrees 10 minutes
1 East. Area 6.91 acres.
i As additional to Mary Rollins* original home
' steaa ei.rrv No. 1785, at Bonneville, Mo., made
May 30,1803. . ........
Any Uku all persons claiming adversely any
| portion of said land* are required to tile an ad
i verse claim ih this office during the period of
publication of this notice, or within thirty;
' davs thereafter, otherwise proof and entry of
i SJVid lands will be made by said Northwestern
Fisheries Company, applicant.
JOHN W. DUDLEY. Register.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the forego- j
i intr Notice be published for the full period of j
160 davs in the Daily Gateway, a daily newspa
! per published at the town of Seward and Dis
described. Jqhn w Olt0LKV, Register.
Date of tirst publication. Oeiooer 3, 1908,
Date ot last publication. December 11. 1908,
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the District Court for the Territory of
Alaska. Third Division.
Zenia Kaiser, plaintiff, vs. .
Charles Kaiser, defendant.
The President of the United States of Amer
ica greeting: To the above named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in the
! District Court for the Territory of Alaska,
Third Judicial Division, at \ aldez, aithin
: thirty (JO) days after the completion of the !
! publication of this summons; to-wit. within
thirty days after the 16th day of November,
i \ D 1908. and answer the complaint of the
! plaintiff tiled in said action, or judgement will
i be taken against you in default of such answer
! in accordance with the prayer of plaintiff in
her said complaint.
This said action is brought against you, the
i said defendant hy the plaintiff to obtain a de
1 tree of divorce dissolving the marriage rela
tion heretofore and now existing between you
and said plaintiff. . .
An order for publication of summons in this
' action was muue by the Honorable vSilas H.
| Reid. Judge of said Court on the first day of
°witness' the Honorable Silas H. Reid, Judge
of said Court, this first day of October, A. D.
1908. and of the independence of the United
States the one hundred and thirty third.
O. A WhLLa,
Clerk of the District Court for the
i ) Territory of Alaska, Division Num
* seal j- per T^ree.
^„— By JOHN H. BURTON, Deputy Clerk.
Date of first publication Octobers, 1908.
Date of last publication November 16, 1908.
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