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The Seward gateway. (Seward, Alaska) 1914-1917, October 15, 1914, Image 3

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Sid Woolf, the Tailoi
it.KANlNO, PRESSING ANl>
REPAIRING
Oupo»ite The Norih<*ru
Have your work done by an expe
rieoced tai'or
——■ 1 1 ...
NOTICE
CHARLES KkekTINC, Carpenter
Shop la temporarily removed to build
iuif aoulhaide of Colrnan hon*e.
THE -wvww>
NORTHERN
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Bowling
Bar
Pool and Billiards
Wines, liquors
and Cigars
Candy
_THE
NORTHERN
LEO MARC.l'LES. Prop’r
OLD CROW
OLD HERMITAGE
OLD WINES
Blue Ribbon Beer
Olympia Beer
ONLY MINERAL CABINET
WHERE? AT
JACKS
J. P. Stotko • Proprietor |
H. V. Hopkins W. K. \Vr4mor
iTHE
TERMINAL
Olympia. Rainier, Budweiser
and Lemps Beer
Olympia Beer on Draught
All Beer and Wines Strictly
Cold Storage
Try Us once
then You be the judge
AL. WHITE
Candidate for Representative to
the Alaska Legislature
Twice elected Councilman Val
dez; Twice elected President
Valdes Chamber Commerce
Stands on a Progressive and
Constructive Platform
The Carstens Packing Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry
l.ard, Hams and Bacon.
Butter and Eggs
Orders from the Westward and
Cook Inlet Given Careful Attention
Fourth Avc. Seward.
DR. CHARLES T. DAGGETT
Brldfa Work and Harealain Specialist
Satisfaction Cuaranlaad in All Baanckaa af
Up-to-Data Danllikr.
D*U«“ Block TaWpkona Saaard. Alaska
Miller's Barber Shop
We make a specialty of
removing warts, etc.
Hot and Cold BATHS Always Ready
_ i
J. LINDLEY GREEN
LAWYER
Over Saak *f Seward Seward. Alaska
L. V. RAY
Attorney-at-Law
SEWARD, ALASKA
Harold N. Nuzum
4II0RNH-AM \H
Now located in new otlices.
Suite 4, l>.»ifvr**tt Block.
Phone Madison 114
Igloo No. 9,
Order of Pioneers
Meet* the Fir»t Monday Nitfht of each
month at the A. B. hall.
Wm. Sauers. Pres. Isaac Evans. Sec v
_
C. MATHISON
The Bald Headed Painter W ill Do
Your Work Right
PRICES RIGHT. A trial solicited.
BUTTS
HAS
IT
Seward Water I
and
Power Company
John A. Nelson, Manager
Office Bank of Seward Building
SEWARD. - ALASKA
The Commerce
f. w. POWERS
l*roi>ri«*tor
ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Wines, Liquors
and Cigars
BEST BRANDS Draught and
Bottled Beers
Protect your party dresses, furs and
good clothes when hanging them away
by putting them into W hite Tar Moth,
germ and dust proof, odorless bag».
W’e have them in assorted sizes and
prices. Brown & Hawkins. “Quality
First”. i
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Kenai Mining and Mill
ing company will be held Monday,
November 2, 1914, at the home office
of the company at Seward, Alaska.
A. H. BRYANT, President.
F. J. COTTER, Secretary.
We can do it Job printing of every
description.
T. A M. APPLICATION NO. 0l$76
Department of the Interior
United States Land Office
Juneau. Alaska. September 3. 1914.
Notice is hereby given that the Port Heiden
Packing Company of Portland. Oregon, a cor
poration organised under the laws of the State
of Washington, has made application In this
office under the provisions of the Acts of Con
gress of March 3. 1891, and May 14. 1898,
amended by the Act of March 3. 1903, for the
lands embraced in U. S. Survey No. 481 as
a trade and manufacturing site, said lan4s be
ing located on the east shore of Port Heiden.
Bering Sea. Alaska, in latitude 56 deg. 52
min. N. and longitude 168 deg. 44 min. W.
and more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. W. C. Cor. due
E. 1.06 chs., on line of ordinary high tide of
Port Heiden. thence due E. 25. chs.. to Cor.
No. 2, thence due N. 30 chs., to Cor. No. 3,
thence due W. 13.88 chs.. to Cor. No. 4, on
line or ordinary high tide Port Heiden, whence
low point at east entrance bears N. 17 deg.
30 min. W.. thence meandering along the
shore of said Port Heiden, (1) N. 15 deg. 46
min. W. 16.65 chs.. (2) S. 26 deg. 07 min. W.
i 15.51 chs.. to Cor. No. 1. the place of begin
ning, containing an area of 26.59 acres, Mag.
Var. 21 deg. 24 min. E. j
Any and all persons claiming any portion of
said lands, or dealring to protest said appllca
Uon or entry, are required to file their said
adverse claims or protests under oath within
the period of the statute or thereafter they
will be barred.
C. B. WALKER.
Register.
Data of First Publication, Sept 17, 1914.
Vote For
DAD INGRAM
For Representative
CHARLES L.BUNNELL
Iii support of the Administration of
President Wilson and his w ise, prudent
and progressive policy toward Alaska,
the voters are respectfully solicited to
support
CHARLES E. BUNNELL
the regular Democratic Nominee for
Delegate to Congress
FROM ALASKA
J. J.
FINNEGAN
For
Representative
in
Alaska
Legislature
The name “Gamble’s” is a trade
mark and wherever seen is a guaran
tee of wholesomeness and cleanliness.
AT MARTIN’S CANDY KITCHEN.
PETER ANDERSON
Painting
and
Paperhanging
PIONEER
HOSPITAL
OF SEWARD
DR. J. H. ROMIO. Director
Ofrlce Hours 2 to 4 p. m.
HOSPITAL by APPOINTMENT
Daggett Block
The Gateway Job Printing Depart
ment has just received the very latest
in new type and machinery. Don’t
send outside for your job printing.
Patronize the paper that is helping to
build up your city.
Letterheads, envelopes, billheads,
cards, posters, announcements of ill
kinds at The Gateway Job Printery.
See us before sending outside f>r
your job printing.
•OTTVO IN
.Jfih: oo
jflfc
FULL
QUART
■ —BOTTLED IN BOND
Has Had no Peers for Fifty Years
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS __
THE
“OLYMPIAN”
The Train of Luxury
To Spokane, Butte, Miles City, Sioux City, Minneapolis,
and St. Paul, Milwaukee, Chicago, via the
Alaskans* Favorite Route
Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway
NO EXTRA FARE ON THIS LINE
SEWARD AGENTS
WAYNE BLUE,
Pacific Alaska Navigation Company
C. B. GUPTILL,
Alaska Steamship Company
Printing Point Does
Not Bob Up and Down
CENTER AT WHICH THE TYPE IS DIRECTED
IS AT REST WHEN IMPRESSION IS MADE
Ball Bearing; Long Wearing
in nn L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
the spot on the paper which is to receive the type impression is sta
tionary at the instant the type hits. The carriage does not bob up
and down when the shift is made to write capitals. Why? Because
the type is shifted—not the carriage.
The only movement of the carriage is back and forth on its closely
adjusted bal! bearing runaways—and this does not take place wuile
the piint is being made. There is no lifting of the carriage.
This is one reason why L C. S mith & Bros, typewriting is free from
blurs and every letter in the right place.
Ask For Demonstration
L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.
Home Office and Factory
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
Branches in all Principal Cities
Seward Block JUNEAU, ALASKA
Location Notices at the Gateway!
SCOTT WOOLIVER
ROADHOUSE
Sunrise .*. Alaska
NATE WHITE
ROADHOUSE
LYNX CREEK/ON 34 TRAIL
Beds, mattresses and all kinds of
furniture at Brown & Hawkins Hard
ware and Furniture Department.
“Quality First".
See us before sending outside fo«*
your job printing.
W anted
Immediately
too
Citizens
of Seward
To make
money on their
real estate
holdings
List it with us
We have a habit oi
selling everything
we get our hands on
WHITEHEAD
REALTY and
INVESTMENT
COMPANY
Two doors below
The Gateway
Get the Password HHH
Get the Rap
Join the Moose and
Be a Pap!
SEWARD LODGE NO. 1425
J. J. McGRATH, District Director

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