Fireproof hotel, Appartment House,
Office Building Construction,
Dock. Warehouse and Bridge Building
All KINDS OF CONCREIE WORK
Will be pleased to submit estimates and
bids for all kinds of construction work.
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J. P. MANTELL, Suite 4, Daisett Block
G. W. PALMER
Has arrived with a full cargo of
WELLMAN CANNED GOODS RED CLOVER BUTTER
TIP TOP EGGS SPERRYS FLOURS
And a full fine of
HARDWARE. STOVES. HAY AND FEED
No Better Goods Can Be Bought At Any Price
G. W. PALMER. Knik, Alaska
PACIFIC ALASKA NAVIGATION CO.
J , - -- ■■■■..■!■ I'
“The Admiral Line"
STEAMERS SAIL FROM SEATTLE 5 P. M.
5th. 15th, 25th of Each Month
for SOUTHEASTERN AND SOUTHWESTERN ALASKA PORTS
bailing of 15th calls llliamna and Kodiak.
All Vessels call at Knlk anchorage During Open Season.
Seattle to San Francisco, every Wednesday and Sunday, connecting
with Steamers Yale and Harvard for Southern California Point*.
Kight reserved to change steamer?* and >ailing dates without notice.
RICHARD J. RINGWOOD. Manager. WAYNE BLUE. Local Agent.
F. B. CANNON. Prop.
KNIK'S LEADING HOTEL
Accommodations for Ninety Guests
Large General Lobby
Private Lobby for Ladies
Best Rates : : Best Treatment
E. L. WHITTEMORE, PROP.
Headquarters for Mining Men
SEWARD, - * * ALASKA
THE SEWARD LIGHT AND POWER CO.
Incorporated November 1905 under the Laws of the Territory of Alaska
S. M. GRAFF, President and General Manager
Controctors and dealers in Electric Supplies and Apparatus.
Office- At the Station. TELEPHONE MAIN 123
Lang’s (Pat.) Hot Blast Smokeburning
STOVES AM) RANGES
Are GUARANTEED to burn but one-half as much
fuel as OLD STYLE RANGES. ^
Because they consume all gases and smoke In
fuel. All fuel Is burned from top.
The “PACIFIC/* as shown In cut. Is our Stand
ard Family Range- made In three sizes.
We Make Stoves from $1.00 to $300
Write us for Catalogues,
F. S. LANG MANUFACTURING CO.,
2756 First Avenue, South, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
Rich and Satisfying
NATIONAL 6R0CERY CO., Sole Distributors for Alaska
- SAFETY FIRST! -
SERVED AT ALL CAFES
PALACE OF SWEETS
Cigar* Cigarettes Tobacco
John A. Nelson, Manager
Offict-Bank of Seward Building
SEWARD. - ALASKA
CHAS. H. MUELLER
Honesty and Reliability
Seud your Raw Fun* to me to be made
Into Sets while Summer Prices prerail
Remodeling and Repairing
1621 SECOND AVENUE
SEATTLE, - WASH.
Blue Ribbon Beer
ONLY MINERAL CABINET
J. P. Stotko - Proprietor
ANDERSON & MURPHY
Olympia, Rainier, Budweiser
and Lemps Beer
Olympia Beer on Draught
All Beer and Wines Strictly
Try Us once
then You be the judge
F. W. POWERS
ROOMS IN CONNECTION
BEST BRANDS Draught ana
USE THE PHONE
ALA8KA ELECTRIC CO.
S. M. ORAFF
President and General Manager
Igloo No. 9,
Order of Pioneers
Meets the First Tuesday Night ofeach
month at the A. B. hall.
j. LINDLEY GREEN, ISAAC EVANS,
The Carstens Packing Go.
Wholesale and Retail
Beef, Park, Veal, Mutton, Poultry
Lard, Hams and Bacon.
Butter and Eggs
Orders from the Westward and
Cook Inlet Qlven Careful Attention
Fourth Ave^ Seward
“The Typewriter of Perfect Presswork
THE flawless presswork of the new Royal
Master-Model 10 carries the high-grade busi
ness message in as fine form as your thoughts
themselves I Royal presswork reinforces the result
getting power of your business-letters—for it adds
the forceful stamp of quality to every letter you sign.
Heretofore, you have been
obliged to accept a standard of
typewriting inferior to high-class
printing, yet you would not accept
poor printing. But with the new
standard of “typewriter press work”
created by the new Royal “10,” it
is no longer necessary to accept
inferior typing in your office.
‘•Th« Type Th.t TeiuM up the fetters you have signed
to-day. Examine them—then see a sample of the faultless
presswork of the Royal! On which kind of typing will you
send your signature to represent YOURSELF?
Which one will you trust to convey unmistakably to the world
the character of your house ?
Get the Facts /
Send for the “Royal man" and ask for a DEMONSTRATION.
Investigate the new master-machine that takes^tho "grind" out of type
writing. Or write us diroct for our new brochure, “ BE7 TER SLR VICE,”
and book of facts on Toucb-Typing-with a handsome Color-Photograph
of the new ROYAL MODEL JO—all sent free to typewriter users.
“Write now—right noiol "
ROYAL TYPEWRITER COMPANY. Inc.
214 Marion Street, Seattle, Washington
The Last Word
Tru Bln Biscuits
Ike Cracker Finttai imperial candy co.,
Hotil S ward
W. A. M'NEILEY. Pro*.
RATES SI.00 TO S3.00 PER DAY
HOT AND COLD WATER BATHS ELECTRIC LIGHTS
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. GEO. SEXTON, PROP.
Electric lights. Electric bell. Modern bath rooms. Rates reasonable.
FOURTH AVENUE SEWARD, ALASKA
We Design. Build,
Install and Oper
ate for a
Period of 30 Days
and Built to
under which they
are to operate
with buckets li to
5 cubic foot
Our Special Design
fine Gold Saving
Dredges of the
We build Light
Drills capable of
holes 50 feet
Two men can
Write for prices
AMERICAN GOLD DREDGE9—TYPE OP AMERICAN GOLD DREDGE OPERATING AT NOMb
AMERICAN DREDGE BLDG. AND CONSTRUCTION CO.
503-504 Pioneer Bldg. B BERNARD, Manager SEATT LE, WASH.
_a_ — -
OI ITETD’C A Jewelry Store
OU 1 ELIV 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
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 proraply attended to.
I U/ CIITFD Jeweler and Silversmith ££%&
La fla Oil ILK, ||15 Second St., SEATTLE
REDFIELD TO TESTIFY.
CHICAGO, July 30.—Secretary
Redfield of the department of com
merce has decided to testify at the in- (
| vestigation into the causes of the
| Eastland disaster. His testimony will
probably be connected with the re
ports on the Eastland of the agents
of the department.
K ATM AI SMOKING.
W. J. Erskine, of Kodiak, arrived
on the Admiral Waston and will leave
on the next boat for the Inlet,
whence he intends to make a trip
through that country and into the in
terior maybe as far as Matanuska, to
See how that district looks.
He reports matters at Kodiak as
progressing very nicely. He ex
presses the belief that the volcanic
eruption of a few years ago has aid
ed the vegetation on that island. He
says that all over the island, even
where the volcanic dust deposit was
the greatest and the vegetation kill
ed, now everything is blooming and
Mr. Erskine state that while mak
ing a trip around the island he could
see Katmai Volcano smoking and that
all over that country volcanic dust
was in the a ir.
Mrs. C. G. Hubbard came in from
the Blue Bell day before yesterday
and will spend a few days here, re
turning Monday or Tuesday.
“Bud” Harmon, chairman of the
sick committee of the Pioneers, re
ceived a letter a few days ago from
0. H. Reese, who left Seward about
five weeks ago. He is now in Castle
Rock, Washington, staying with his
sister. He writes about the many
auto rides he gets and that he often
goes fishing and fishes from the car.
He writes in part “my unaffected leg
is now getting worse and will soon be
affected and my affected leg is get
ting better. I am thankful that I am
not a centipede.”
Miss Mary Derby, a prominent
| educator of Lansing, Mich., who has
| been spending part of her vacation
j with her old school day friend, Mrs.
: 1 F. L. Ballaine, will return on the
[ Mariposa for the states. On her way
back to Michigan Miss Derby will
take in the Exposition at San Fran- (
This morning at the Pioneer hos
; pital, F. C. Hall underwent a success
! ful operation on one of his feet, which
i had been frozen last winter. After
t this operation his foot will heal rapid
| ly and Mr. Hall will soon be walking
around on both feet. Dr. Sloan help
ed Dr. Romig with the operation.
Yesterday while Mrs. I* rank Nick
erson and Mrs. Chas. Krefting were
talking on the former's front porch
a noble specimen of the Porcupine ad
vanced on them quietly and took them
by surprise. Mrs. Nickerson recover
ed first and killed it with a stick.
Corn is now being grown on the:
“reserved” strip near the city of Se-;
<• *5* 'J* **,* *5*
❖ ANOTHER NEGRO IS *
❖ BURNED AT STAKE. *
.> _ ❖
TEMPLE, Texas, July 31.—A negro
who murdered three children and al
most succeeded in killing the parents
was taken from the court room here
at midnight last night and burned at
the stake. The burning took place in
the public square. A great mob took
part and many women and girls were
FOOD RIOTS IN MEXICO.
EL PASO, July 30.—Food riots are
now proceeding in Chihuahua, the
capital of Villa’s government. The
people are said to be suffering severe
ly and some of them have been driven
to a state bordering on desperation.
MEXICAN MINES SHUT DOWN.
LAREDO, July 30.—Business is
stagnant all over northeastern Mexico
and several of the mines have been
closed down as one of the results of
the revolutions. A serious food
shortage is also existing.
RESIGNS UNDER FIRE.
TOKIO, July 30.—The cabinet has
resigned following the investigation
into the alleged election bribery. Tho
resignation has been taken to confirm
the stories that some of the members
of the government used corrupt
methods to secure election and furth
er scandalous exposures are expected.
RECEIVER FOR R. K.
NEW YORK, July 30.—The Rock
Island railroad holding company has
been placed in the hands of a receiver.
Plumbing and tin shop at Brown &
Hawkins, “Quality First."
Force & Pitcher pumps, iron and
steel pipe and fittings at Brown &
Hawkins, “Quality First."
Dr. Draney A. 1 dentistry at mod
erate prices. Telephone Adams 114.
Visiting cards, invitations, anything
pretty is done by the Gateway just as
well as outside.
Wall paper at Brown & Hawkins,
ten per cent discount. “Quality First’
Finch’s Golden Wedding Rye at The
Carpenter of Seward
Contractor and Builder
Cabinet Work a Specialty
Third Ave. Bet. Adams and Glasur
Telephone Main 54.
H. E. ELLSWORTH
3Sfc ASSAY OFFICE ££
Reports on Mines Oro Analysis
Gold .$1 W
Gold and Silver. 2 00
Copper . 1 50
Lead . 1 50
Gold, Silver and Lead. I 60
Gold, Sliver and Copper. 8 SO
Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead.4 60
Gold and Silver Umpere . 5 00
Iron . 4 00
Sulphur, Aluminum. Tin, Platinum,
Quicksilver, Zinc, Nickel, Cobalt,
Chromium, etc ..0 00
Mill Tests .$16 to $30
Ore analysis.$10 and up
HARVEY & CO.
Y. M. C. A. Building.
Next to Commissioner’s Office
Contractors and Builders
011 THIRD AVENUE
CATERS TO THE ALASKA
WHEN COMING OUT HAVE YOUR
MAIL ADDRESSED IN OUR CARE
Charles Powell Felix Brown
l.ATK OF DAWSON DAT* OF NOMK
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