Pool and Billiards
IT.O M \K<.l l.KS. IVop’r
Blue Ribbon Beer
ONn .MINERAL CABINET
J. P. Stotko - Proprietor
H. V. Hopkins \V. F. Weimer
Olympia. Rainier. Budweiser
and Lemps Beer
Olympia Beer on Draught
All Beer and Wines Strictly
Try I s once
then You he the judge
P. W. POWERS
ROOMS IN CONNECTION
BEST BRANDS Draught and
DR. J. It. ROMIG. Director
Otiice Hours 2 to 4 p. m.
HOSPITAL by APPOINTMENT
The Carstens Packing Go.
Wholesale ami Retail
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry
Lard. Hams and Bacon.
Butter and Eggs
Orders from the Westward and
Cook Inlet Given Careful Attention
Fourth Ave. Seward.
EDGAR L. WEBSTER
Life : Insurance : Expert
311 Columbia St., SEATTLE
MAIN 275~.. • —
The U»st way is to make life Insurance payable In the form of a
permanent monthly income not in a lumpsum. Thus it cannot In*
lost, spent or levied on oy creditors. Many beneficiaries are receiv*
in if permanent income checks ranging from $10 to $2;>0 per month.
The present difficulties of investment make this the ideal, in fact the
necessary, way to protect one’s family.
\\ ithout obligation on my part please advise me the amount
of annual deposit necessary to provide a monthly Income of
.for a beneficiary born.uf
.ItS. My birthday.of.18....
CHKASTY’S is the place in Seattle where the Smart
Hothes come from. If you want anything in Men’s
Attire, from I’nderwear and Hosiery to the finest of
ready tailored Suits, Overcoats and liaincoats to say
nothing of the really smart Hats send to C heasty s.
dust say what you want (or give us the idea), and
what you care to pay. Your letters will be given
careful, intelligent interpretation.
\ml when you get to Seattle remember
A Men’s and Young
1 1 Ljl\0 1X0 Men’s Wear
O. C. GRAVES. Pre». and Manager
SEATTLE Second Ave. and Spring St.
UNION SAVINGS fi TRUST COMPANY
Capita!, Surplus and Undivided Profits
.lAMKs 1>. HOCK. President X. B. SOLXbR. ( ashier
Commercial, Savings and Trust Departments
4 per cent Interest paid on Savings Accounts
W e are a strong, conservatively managed hank
DO YOUR SEATTLE BUSINESS WITH US
I*. L. WhlTTEMORE, PROP.
Headquarters for Mining Men
SEWARD, - - - ALASKA
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. GEO. SEXTON, PROP.
Electric lights. Electric bell. Modern l>ath rooms. Rates reasonable.
FOURTH AVENUE SEWARD, ALASKA
USE THE PHONE
ALASKA ELECTRIC COMPANY
5. M. GRAFF, - President and General Manager
H V. HOBEN A. F. DAVIS
H. V. HOBEN, Mftuager
-Dealers In '■ .. • --
COAL. WOOD AND ICE
General Transferring Phones, Main 17 and 41
THE SEWARD LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY
Incorporated November 1905 under the Law* of the Territory of Alaska
S. M. GRAFF, President and General Manager
CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN
Electric Supplies and Appliances
Offle* At the Station. TELEPHONE MAIN 123
2 and 3 1-2 h. p.
J. L. Graef
SERIAL NO. 01.(77
DEPARTMENT OK THE INTERIOR
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
JUNEAU, ALASKA. Nov. 28. 1914.
SOLDIER'S ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD
ENTRY BY ASSIGNEE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JOSEPH
P. HALLER. whoa# post-office address ia 110
Market Street. San Francisco, California, at*
the assignee of John Finlay son who made
Home*, tad Entry No. 2362 V* at Sioux City,
Iowa, Land Office August 4. i86y. for the E. *‘i j
of the S. E. ^4 of Sec. 12. Township 96 Range
39 Weat, haa tiled application in this office to
enter under Sections 23UG-7 R. S. tho following
described tract of laud described uh U. S. Sur.
912, situated approximately 63 cha. due east
of Nuahagak Bay. and approximately 60 cha.
northeast of Ekuok Point, and In Latitude 68o
49' 26" North, and longitude 138o 32’ 20 Weat, !
lleginning at Cor. No. 1 of aaid aurvey.
whence U. S. L. M. R. G. M. bears S. 26o 46’ j
W. 40.67 cha., thence N. 4.14 cha. to Cor. No.
2; thence E. 4.15 cha. to Cor. No. 3; thence ]
S. 4.14 cha. to Cor. No 4; thence W. 4.16 cha. |
to Cor. No. 1 to place of beginning: containing (
an area of 1.72 acres. Mag. Var. 22o E. within j
the district of Alaska, which tract of land is ,
more fully described us to metes and bounds
by the official plat herewith posted and by the
field notes of survey thereof now Hied in the
office of the Register of the District of Lands
aubjecl to sale at Juneau. Alaaka.
Any and all iiersons claiming adversely
said tract of land, or any portion thereof, are
hereby notified ttint unless their adverse claims
are tilled during the period of publication and
IKiating or within thirty days thereafter, will
la* barred by virtue of the Statue and regulat- j
It is hereby ordered that thla notice be pub
lished for the statutory |a*riod of sixty daya in
the ’’Gateway" the newspaper of general cir
culation nearest the vicinity of the land, pub
lished at Seward, Alaaka.
C. R. WALKER.
First publication, Dec. 8. 1914.
Last publication, February 8, 1916.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR
THE TERRITORY OK ALASKA THIRD
George E. Nichols,
and J. i\ Slolko,
K. W. Isham. Trustee, and
Seward Alaska Gold Mining
Company, a corporation.
The President of the United States of Amer
To the above named defendant, F. W. Isham.
You are hereby required and directed to ap
Itear in the District Court for the Territory of j
Alaska. Third Judicial Division, within thirty
days after the completion of the publication !
of this summons upon you, to-\vit: within
thirty days after the 22 day of December A. D.
1914, and answer the complaint of the plaint
iffs on file herein. Kailing to do so. judge
ment will be taken against you for the relief
prayed for in said complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of this court for the foreclosure of a certain
mortgage described in said complaint, execut
ed by said K. W. Ishain, Trustee, on the 19th !
day of Junuary A. D. 1912, to secure the pay
ment of two promissory notes of even date
there with, in the sum of f7.b00.00. described
therein; that the premises conveyed by said
mortgage. to*wlt: six mining claims, the same
being thoso certain quart* mining claims
known as Utica. Fraction, .Sunrise, Texas.
Stewart a .d Oio. bolng six full mining claims,
contiguous, each six hundred (600) feet wide
by fifteen hundred (1500) feet long, located <*n
the western shore of Resurrection Bay and
about six hundred (600) feet west of Seward
Dock of the Town of Seward, Alaska, in Konni
Precinct. Territory of Alaska, may Ik* sold, and
the proceeds may l»e applied to the payment
of said notes, and in case such proceeds are
not sufficient to pay the same, then to ouUin
an execution against the suid F. W. I sham.
Trustee, for the balance remaining due, and
also that the said defendants, and all iktsoiis
claiming by. through or under them may be
burred and foreclosed of ull right and title,
claim, Han. equity of redemption, and In'erest
in and to said mortgaged premises, and for
such other relief as may be equitable. I
Date of order for publication 15th day of
October, A. D. 1014.
Witness the Honorable Fred M. Brown,
Judge of the above entitled court, this 15th
day or ()ctol*er A. D. 15*11.
C’lerk of said Court.
By K. L. MONAHAN.
* Deputy. I
s. O. MOUFORD.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
First publication Nov. 10, 19H.
l.a«: publication I>«h\ 26. 1914.
T. & M. APPLICATION NO. 01676
Department of the I liter,or
Ini ted States Lund Office
Juneau, Alaska. September 3, 1014.
Notice is hereby given that the Port lleiden
Packing Company of Porllund, Oregon, a cor
|M>ratlon 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, 1801, and May 14, 1808,
amended by the Act of March 3, 1003, for the
lands embraced In V. S. Survey No. 481 hs
a trada and manufacturing site, said lands iie
ing located on the east shore of Port lleiden,
Bering Sea. Alaska, In latitude 56 deg. 62
min. N. and longitude 168 deg. 41 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 lleiden, thence due E. 26. 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 lleiden, whence
low point nt east entrance bears N. 17 deg.
30 inin. W., thence meandering along the
shore of said Port lleiuen, (1) N. 15 deg. 45
min. W. 16.65 chs., (2) S. 25 deg. 07 min. W.
16.51 chs., to Cor. No. 1, the place of begin
ning, containing an area of 26.60 acres, Mag.
Var. 21 deg. 21 min. K.
Any and all persons claiming any portion of
said lands, or desiring to protest said applica
tion or entry, are required tc file their said
adverse claims or protests under oath within
the perbvl of the statute or thereafter they
will be barred.
C. H. WALKER,
Date of First Publication. Sept. 17. 1014.
Try our New Minerva Fruit Cake
for Christmas. Brown & Hawkins
The name “Gamble’s” is a trade
mark and wherever seen is a guaran
tee of wholesomeness and cleanliness.
To the creditors of the estate of
Vivian Miller, deceased.
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pre
sent them, with the proper voucher
and affidavit attached to the under
signed, administrator of said estate,
at my office, over Hank of Seward in
Seward Alaska, within six months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice.
J. IJNDEEY GREEN.
Administrator of said estate.
United States of America
T *rritory of Alaska.
In the United States Commissioner.'
” >'ii t, Lvfoic Thos W. Hanmore, U. S
Commissioner of liiamna precinct.
All persons having claims againsi
the estate of Ole Hoole, deceased, an
hereby required to present them wit!
the proper vouchers, duly verified bj
the Affidavit of the ciairnent withir
six months from the date hereof., t«
Fred J. Kochi, Administrator, a1
Fred J. Koehl,
Date of first publication Nov. 25,1914
Date of last publication Dec. 31, 1914
Suggestive Xmas Presents, Cultory,
Silverware, Tabourettes, Smokers
Stands, Rifles, Furniture, etc., Brown
& Hawkins. “Quality lir t.”
Ire Creepers at Brown & Hawkins.
A Clean Shave, - 15c
A Neat Hair Trim, 35c
Rear Seattle Hotel
Get the Password HHH
Get the Rap
Join the Moose and
Be a Pap!
SEWARD LODGE NO. 1425
0. W. PALMER
THE BEST LINE OF MERCHANDISE OBTAINABLE
On account of having our own ship bringing in merchandise fresh
from the outside, we are able to quote you prices that competitior
We Save You Money
The goods that we carry are the best that can be bought at anj
price. A trial order will convince you.
REMEMBER WE CARRY EVERYTHING
WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERY ITEM
C. W. PALMER, Knik, Alaska
CHARI fS KREfTING
Carpenter of Seward
Contractor and Builder
Cabinet Work a Specialty
Third Ave. Bet. AduiT.s and Gldsur
Telephone Main 54.
DR. CHARLES T. DACCETT
Jiridtfe Work and Porcelain Specialist
Sat .Uclioii GuiiiiiIm'I in All Bim'.lm ul
Up-I !>•(• O^nli^tff.
f*1. < k 1 AU«»*
Miih*i*V> Starl;<*r Shop
We make a specialty of
removing warts, etc.
Hot and Cold BATHS Always Ready
J. LINDLEY GREEN
Over Hunk of Seward Seward. Alanka
L. V. RAY
Harold N. Nuzum
Now located in new otlices,
Suite 4, Dajf^ett illoek.
Phone Madison 114
Igloo No. 9,
Order of Pioneers
Meets the Tir»t Tuesday Night of each
month at the A. 13. hall.
^Vin. Sauers, Pres. Isaac Evans, Sec v
Best Cooking and Service
John A. Nelson, Manager
Office Bank of Seward Building
SEWARD. - ALASKA
Sid Woolf, the Tailor
CLEANING, PRESSING AND
Oniwjslte The Northern
Have your work done by an expe
LYNX CREEK, ON 34 TRAIL
See us before sending outside for I
your job printing. . !
----BOTTLED IN BOND
Has Had no Peers for Fifty Years
_ SOLD BY ALL DEALERS
Location Notices at the Gateway
xml | txt