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MINERS SUPPLIES AND HARDWARE
Twentieth Century Heating Stoves Patented Hot Blast Draft. Air Tight Stoves. FOURTH AVENUE J. L. QRAEF SEWARD A’KA. OUR BUSINESS IS BANKING^ BAN KINO IS OUR BUSINESS The sign “BANK” does not always make a bank and is often misleading. It requires time, energy, close attention to bus iness and ripe experience in banking to make a bank. We claim, without blushing, all the essentials necessary to make our business that of banking, and tender our patrons a ser vice thoroughly seasoned by years of experience, backed by a substantial capital. RANK OF SEW'A II I). SEWARD S FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HOTEL SEWARD W. A. M’NEILEY, PROP. The most convenient anil comfortable Hotel in Seward. Everv convenience for trai s t as well a-* permanent guests. European plan. fifth Avenue Rates, $1 and Ip Seward, Alaska Seward Water and Power Company JOHN A. NELSON, Manager. OFFIC E—Bank of Seward Building, Seward, Alaska. SBMLASKA COAST CO. \\ Carrying l. S. Mail—Alaska-Pacific Express VIA \mm PASSAGE To Seattle and Juneau Stmrs Portland and Bertha I Sailings from Seward 3rd and 18th of eacli month. Sailings from Seattle 5thand20tn of each month. Sailing Dates Subject to Change Without Notice For Further Information Apply to ALASKA COAST CO. — BROWN & HAWKINS 608 FITST AVI., Seattle. # Agents—Seward, Alaska I ■■nmMBMHm — w tmamMmrmmmmemmmm———w———————————^ THE ALASKA TRANSFER CHRISTIENSEN & LAUBNER. Proprietors Pianos and Safes Moved special attention to City Trade ^ fl _ . Give us your orders for Coal & Wood Genera! Forwarders phone main seward.Alaska CHANCE TO GET ! NATIVE CHOIR | _ It is probable that the Kenai native I choir may come to Seward on the steamer Elsie to f,rive a concert on the Fourth. W. G. Whorf, the coal man of the inlet, lias come to the front and sniaranteed the steamer $150 to brintr some coal to Seward on that date, and ! it now remains for the people here to j subscribe a like amount in order to justify the Elsie to make the trip. | The amount could easily be raised if i we all would purchase a ticket or two. The nat ive choir would be a big at trition, besides the Elsie would proba i bly bring quite a number of people here to join in the celebration. The choir is under the leadership of IVof. E. G. Evans, formerly an operatic tenor. He anticipates making a tour of the states with the choir next season, and is very desirous of giving several public exhibitions in Alaska in i order to display the talent of the sing ers. It will cost not less than $150 to j bring the choir from Kenai to Seward, j The Gateway understands that Prof. I Fvans will be satitied if the concert but pays the expenses. Now, if 150 j persons will each take a ticket, it is ! practically assured that the choir will j come here on the Fourth. Shall we have them? Its up to the people of Seward. The following line-up for this season J is as follows: Amundson c, Manthey p, Nelson p, Cobb lb, Bush 2b, SpecK 5b Bishop s s, Griswold r f, Hill c f, Ger man 1 f, Hopper sub.—Valdez Pros-, pector. ...— Have Your Work Done at the I TROY HAND LAUNDRY ..— . A. J. Carlson. Propr. Fifth Ave. j — Ladies' and Gent’s fine wearing apparel a specialty. ‘ j Saddle Horses I WILL BE AT j Mile 34 on Wednesdays! OF EACH WEEK, CONNECTING | WITH THE Launch Swan at Sunrise! WHICH SAILS THURSDAYS FOR! KNJK, SUSITNA AND WAY POINTS | P. M. O G L E ^"Service to begin June 1st. _I Launch Swan SAILS FROM i SUNRISE; | ONCE A WEEK FOR KNIK, SUSITNA AND WAY PLACES. WARD & O' DA LEj 11 I r PALACE of SWEETS J S Mrs. J. H. Hay, Prop, j \ A COMPLETE STOCK OF I Cigars, Tobaccos ] and Confections j Fresh Goods on Every Steamer J BROSIUS & KREFTING CONTRACTORS £ BUILDERS LUMBER ALL KINDS Of WOOD WORK Builders’ Hardware Sash, Doors, Etc. ER1CSON Painting and Decorating SIGNS |J. A. BAUGHMAN | PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON City ofilce: Seward Drugstore. J. L. REED LAWYER i NOTARY PUBLIC SEWARD, - ALASKA __ Notice of Forfeiture Susitna. Cook Inlet Precinct. Territory of Alaska. April 18.1909. To Frank Watson, agent, and to Alaska Cop per Corporation: You are hereby notified that I have expended one hundred dollars ($100) in labor and improvements upon each of the fol lowing placer claims: Discovery claim on Wag ner gulch; Discovery claim on Chicago gulch: No. 2 above on Chicago Gulch; No. 1 above on Fergies gulch; and No. 2 below on Mills creek, tributaries of Lake creek, more particularly described in the records of mining locations in the office of the recorder of said precinct, in order to hold said claim under the provisions of Section 2324 Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December 31, 1908 And if within ninety days after this notice by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as a co owner your interest in said claim will become the property of the subscriber under said Sec tion 2324. S. E. WAGNER. Date of first publication. April 10. 1908. Date of last publication. July 17. 1909. Notice of Forfeiture Susitna. Cook Inlet Precinct, Territory of Alaska: March 2. 1909. To Walter Neal. W. P. Neal. A. C. Neal, and Sam Neal:—You are hereby notified that I have expended one InYndred dollars in labor and improvements upon the Portland association placer claim, on Lomr creek, a tributary of the Tokashitna river, as will appear by certificate tiled March 6. A. I)., 1909, in the office of the Recorder for said Precinct and territory, in order to hold said premises under the provi sions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, beinjr the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December 31, 1909. And if within ninety days from the service of this notice (or within ninety days after this notice by publication), you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as a co-owner, your interest in said claim will become the property of the subscriber under said section 2324. AL. STINSON. Date of first publication March 13, 1909. Date o* last publication! June 14. 1909.