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C. W. PALMER
KN1K, ALASKA
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 competition
cannot touch.
We Save You Money
The goods that we carry are the best that can be bought at any
price. A trial order will convince you.
REMEMBER WE CARRY EVERYTHING
WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERY ITEM
G. W. PALMER, Knik, Alaska
PACIFIC ALASKA NAVIGATION CO.
■ — — . -■ ————
“The Admiral Line”
STEAMERS SAIL FROM SEATTLE 10 A. M.
5th, 15th, 25th of Each Month
for SOUTHEASTERN AND SOUTHWESTERN ALASKA PORTS
Sailing of 15th calls llliamna and Kodiak.
All Vessels call at Knik anchorage During Open Season.
-CALIFORNIA
Seattle to San Francisco, every Wednesday and Sunday, connecting
with Steamers Yale and Harvard for Southern California Points.
Right reserved to change steamers and sailing dates without notice.
RICHARD J. RING WOOD, Manager. WAYNE BLUE, Local Agent.
UNION SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY
- ...= OF SEATTLE
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
$825,000
JAMES D. HOGE, President N. B. SOLNER, Cashier
Commercial. Saviogs and Trust Departments
4 per cent Interest paid on Savings Accounts
We are a strong, conservatively managed hank
DO YOUR SEATTLE BUSINESS WITH US
Pioneer knik s leading hotel
1-Trk'f-»1 I N0 BAR
ilU | Accommodations for Ninety Guests
f. b. cannon. Prop- J Large General Lobby
i > Private Lobby for Ladies
Alaska Best Accommodations
vYAMP* tamp*
CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS
MADE IN BOND ASK YOUR DEALER
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO., Inc., Destributors
HOTEL OVERLAP I
E. L. WHITTEMORE. PROP.
Headquarters^for Mining Men
SEWARD, - - ' ALASKA
A
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 Apparatus.
Offlca At the Station. TE LEPHONE MAIN 123 ^
ENJOY YOUR SMOKE
AND SMOKE
Optimo Cigars
Pet Brand of All
NATIONAL GROCERY C0„ Sole Distributors lor Alaska
Copeland Shirt
Company, Inc.
Shirt Makers to
Particular People
Shirts, Night Shirts,
Pajamas and Underwear
to Order
Measures Taken by Brown & Hawkins
A large Hue of Samples to select from.
Telephone Main 6268
505 Union Street
SEATTLE, WASH.
ALL ALASKANS
PATRONIZE
Qerald’s f.afe
CLARENCE GERALD. Man or.
824 First Ave., Seattle
THE MOUSE TMAT QUALITY BUILT
CUAS. H. MUELLER
Manufacturing furrier
Honesty and Reliability
Smut vour Haw Furs to me to be made
Into Sets while Summer Prices prerail
Remodeling and Repairing
1621 SECOND AVENUE
SEATTLE, - WASH.
OLD CROW
OLD HERMITAGE
OLD WINES
Blue Ribbon Beer
Olympia Beer
ONLY MINERAL CABINET
WHERE? AT
JACK’S
J. P. Stotko - Proprietor
U. V. Hopkins W. F. Weimcr
THE
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
The Commerce
F. W. POWERS
Proprietor
ROOMS IN CONNtCTION
Wines, Liquors
and Cigars
BEST BRANDS Draught ana
BottletLBeers
PIONEER
HOSPITAL
OF SEWARD
DR. J. II. ROMIG. Director
Ofrlce Hours 2 to 4 p. m.
HOSPITAL by APPOINTMENT
Daggett Block
J. ROTHFUS
Shoe Repairing Shop
Opposite The Gatkwat
Best Workmanship Moderate Prices
Give Us a Trial.
The Carstens Packing Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Beef, Park, Veal, Mutton, Poultry
Lard, Hams and Bacon.
Butter and Eggs
Orders from the Westward and
Cook Inlet Given Careful Attention
Fourth Avo Seward
NO. 10705.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
Office of Comptroller of the Cur
rency.
Washington, D. C., February 15, 1915.
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evi
dence presented to the undersigned,
it has been made to appear that “THE
HARRIMAN NATIONAL BANK OF
ALASKA AT SEWARD" in the vil
lage of Seward in the Third Judicial
District and Territory of Alaska has
complied with all the provisions of
the statutes of the United States, re
quired to be complied with before an
association shall be authorized to
commence the business of Banking;
NOW THEREFORE I, JOHN
SKELTON WILLIAMS, Comptroller
of the Currency, do hereby certify
that “THE HARRIMAN NATIONAL
BANK OF ALASKA AT SEWARD"
in the village of Seward in the Third
Judicial District and Territory of Al
aska is authorized to commence the
business of Banking as provided in
Section Fifty-one hundred and sixty
nine of the Revised Statutes of the
United States.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness
my hand and Seal of office this
fifteenth day of February, 1915.
(SIGNED) JNO. SKELTON WIL
LIAMS
Comptroller of the Currency
Date of first publication March 18,
1915.
Date of last publication May 27, 1915.
The Bank will open for business on
or about April 21, 1915. Due notice
will be given in this paper.
Gaston Hardy,
Vice President.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To CHARLES A. TECKLENBERG,
WILLIAM NICHOLS AND FRANK
NICKERSON, your heirs, personal
representatives and assigns;
Your are hereby notified that the
undersigned, Thomas McConety, ex
pended during the year the sum of
one hundred dollars ($100.00) in
labor and improvements on the fol
lowing described quartz claim, to wit;
The “MIST” quartz mining claim lo
cated on Ground Hog Creek, Kenai
Mining and Recording Precinct, Ter
ritory of Alaska, the location notice
of said mining claim being of record
in Book 5 of Locations at page 279 of
the records of the Kenai Mining and
Recording precinct; that the expendi
ture of said sum of One hundred dol
lars ($100.00) on the above mentioned
claim for labor and improvements was
done for the purpose of holding said
claim under the provisions of section
2324 Revised Statutes of the United
States, and the laws supplemental
thereto, during the year ending Dec.
31st., 1914; that each of the above
named co-owners in said mining claim
is delinquent in the amount due for
annual labor for the year 1914, to
wit; Charles A. Tecklenberg, $25.00;
William Nichols $25.00; Frank Nick
erson $25.00; that the amounts specifi
ed are the amounts due from each of
you as your respective unpaid
proportions of the amount neces
sary to be expended for the year
named to hold possessory right and
title to said mining claim under the
provisions of Section 2324 of the Re
We Design. Build,
Install and Oper
ate for a
Period of 30 Days
lllll
Dredges Designed
and Built to
Suit Conditions
under which they
are to operate
lllll
Leading Builders
of Smaller
Sized Dredges
with buckets II to
5 cubic foot
capacity
vised Statutes of the United States
and Laws supplemental thereto;
And if you, or'any of you, fail or
refuse to make payments of the
amount above specified and recited
as due from you as a co-owner,
according to law, within ninety days
after personal service of this notice
upon you, if personal service be
made, or within ninety days after the
completion of the publication thereof
according to law, the interest of any
of you who may fail or refuse to make
the payment due from him as a co
owne** will become the property of
the undesigned who has made the re
quired expenditure pursuant to
statute.
THOMAS McCONETY.
Date of first publication Mar. 31. 1915
Date of last publication July 15, 1915.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
Juneau, Alaska, March 18, 1915
NOTICE is hereby given that Gas
ton W. Smalley, of Seward, Alaska,
who, on December 21, 1914, made
Homestead application, No. 01726, for
W Vi, Section 23, Township 1 N.,
Range 1 W., Seward Meridian, has
filed notice of intention co make Five
Year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before United
State3 Commissioner M. J, Conroy, at
his office at Seward, Alaska, on the
8th day of May, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. H. Romig, of Seward, Alaska.
D. C. Brownell, of Seward, Alaska.
W. A. McNcalcy, of Seward, Alaska.
Thomas Hambright, of Seward, Al
aska.
C. B. WALKER,
Register.
The finest kind of job work as well
as the plainest is done by the Gate
way.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THK TER
RITORY OF ALASKA. THIRD DIVISION.
ALBERT E. FERRIN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NINA I). FERRIN.
Defendant.
No. S 54
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION,
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES, GREETING:
To the above named defendant, NINA D,
FERRIN:
You are hereby required and summoned to
appear in the District court of the Territory
of Alaska, Third Division, within thirty duyti
after the termination of the required six
weeks’ period of publication of the summons,
and answer tho complaint of the above plain
tiff (the original of which complaint is on file
with the Clerk of the above Court at Valdez,
Alaska,) and unless you so appear and answer
said complaint judgment will be rendered
against you for want thereof, and the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint, to-wit; for a
decree of absolute divorce foroVer dissolving
the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing
between said plaintiff and said defendant,
upon the ground of wilful desertion for more
than two years next proceeding the date of
commencement of said action.
This summons is served upon you by publi
cation thereof in accordance with an order
therefor of the above entitled court made and
entered on the 18th day of February, A. D.
1915.
WITNESS, the Honorablo Fred M. Brown,
Jud*e of said Court this 25th day of March,
In the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and fifteen, and of our Independence
the one hundred and thirty-ninth.
ARTHUR LANG.
Clerk.
Date of First Publication April *, 1915.
Datej>f LaBt Publication May 15, 1915.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To Fred McGary:
You are hereby notified that we
have expended Three hundred dollars
in labor and improvements upon the
Tanana Association, Homestake and
Wild Cat Association Placer mining
claims on Dollar Creek, Left Limit, as
will appear by Affidavits Proof of An
nual Labor for year 1914, recorded in
the Office of the Commissioner and
Ex-Officio Recorder, Cook Inlet Pre
cinct, Territory of Alaska, Third Divi
sion, in order to hold said premises
under the provision of Section 2324
Revised Statutes of the United States,
being the amount required to hold the
same for the year ending December
31-1914; And if within Ninety days
after this notice by publication, you
fail or refuse to contribute your pro
portion of such expenditure as Co
Owner, your interest in said claims
will become the property of the sub
cribers under said section 2324.
Dated at Susitna, Alaska January
13th, 1915.
Andy Taylor,
J. Foss.
FOH SALE]
Two Billiard Tables
Tour Pool Tables
Perfect condition: also two bowl
ing alleys—at half value for cash.
Address
E. JAEGER
Juneau * Alaska
H. E. ELLSWORTH
SEWARD. ALASKA
ASSAY OFFICE
Reports on Mines Ore Analysis
Gold .«‘«J
Connor . “
Lend . '
Gold, Silver and U-ad. 3 00
Gold. Silver and Copper . •} M
Gold. Silver. Copper and U*ad .J •»'
Gold and Silver Umpere . » '
Iron »•••»••#••••••••••••••• ** ^
Sulphur, Aluminum. Tin, IMatlnum,
Quicksilver, Zinc, Nickel, Cobalt,
Chromium, etc ..
Mill Tests .*15 to
Ore analysis.V *,li
Gold refined, melted, assayed and bought.
Igloo No. 9,
Order of Pioneers
Meets the First Tuesday Night ofeach
month at the A. B. hall.
J. LINDLEY GREEN, ISAAC EVANS,
President. Secretary.
USE THE PHONE
ALASKA ELECTRIC CO.
S. 1*1. GRAFF
President and General Manager
^ r OPEN DAY
Commerce Cafe
Short Orders at All Hours
Bread for Sale
Board, family style. Breakfast, from 0 to 8 a. m. pinner, 11 a- tn*
to ) p. m. Supper, 5 to 7 p. m. Rates, $1.00.
Service at Counter, Tables E. LEVIN,
or Private Boxes Proprietor.
Our Special Design
Fine Gold Saving
Devices
installed on
Dredges of the
Flume type
IIUI
We build Light
Drills capable of
digging 4-In.
holes 50 feet
Two men can
handle them
Hill
Write for prices
and particulars
AMERICAN GOLD DREDGES—TYPE OF AMERICAN GOLD DREDGE OPERATING AT NOME
AMERICAN DREDGE BLDG. AND CONSTRUCTION CO.
503-504 Pioneer Bldg. B Bernard, Manager SEATTLE, WASH.
Cl ITCD’C a Jewelry Store
OU I ELIy O For Everybody
DIAMONDS—Extraordinary facilities for securing the
Choicest Gems from the Diamond Markets, together with
our Large Turn-Over, enables us to always Sell at the
. Lowest Prices—and the Same Price is made to every
body.
SOURDOUGHS ATTENTION—We make a specialty of
Nugget and Ivory Jewelry, and Mounting Same to Order.
WATCHES—All Reliable American and Foreign move
ments will be found in our Watch Department, in both
Solid Gold and Guaranteed Cases: Please remember that
Visitors are always Welcome at the Suter Jewelry Store.
Mail orders promply attended to.
I U/ UITFD Jeweler and Silversmith ESS.
La If ■ vv I LKj 1115 Second St*, SEATTLE
CHARLES MEETING
Pioneer
Carpenter of Seward
Contractor and Builder
Cabinet Work a Specialty
Third Ave. Bet. Adams and Glasur
Telephone Main 54.
Carpenters^ Guilders
All Kinds of Cabinet Work
a Specialty
ESTIMATES FURNISHED Phone Main 47
DR. CHARLES T. DACGETT
Bridge Work and Porcelain Specie list
Satisfaction Guaranteed in All Branches of
Up'lO'Date Dentistry.
Deceit Block Telephone Seward. Alaska
J. LINDLEY GREEN
LAWYER
Over Hunk of Seward Seward. Alaska
L. V. RAY
Attorney-at-Law
SEWAHD, ALASKA
Criminal, Trial and Probate
General Practice
Harold N. Mm
ATTORNEY-AT-UW
Law Offices, Daggett Block.
Phone Madison 114
SEWAUD, ALASKA.
J. L. WALLER
Lawyer
Makes a Specialty of Alaska
Mining and Land
616-619 Pacific Bldg. SEATTLE
GERMANIA CAFE
GABRIEL SANTOS
Prop.
Best Cooking and Service
IT
HAS
BUTTS
Seward Water
and
Power Company
John A. Nelson, Manager
Office—Benk of Sewurd Building
SEWARD. - ALASKA
PETER ANDERSON
Painting
and
Paperhanging
Miller’s Barber Shop
Wg make a specialty of
removing warts, etc.
Hot and Cold BATHS Always Ready
The Brown-Powell
Liquor Co.
811 THIRD AVENUE
SEATTLE, WASH.
CATERS TO THE ALASKA
TRADE
WHEN COMING OUT HAVE YOUR
MAIL ADDRESSED I N OUR CARE
Charles Powell Felix Brown
LATE Or DAWSON LATE Or NOMH
When in Seattle Stop
at the Place for
ALASKANS
It’s Fire-Proof, Modern and Convenient
RATES $1.00 per DAY and UP
HOTEL BARKER
Cor. Pike and Sixth
Free Auto Bus Meets all Boats and Trains
C. 0. Walston & Conrad Freedlng, Props.
ALASKAN BOPUPOPCHH.

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