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Alaska Game and Sea Food
Siiuntott-ili Br.akfa.t M.-r. lianls' l.un. li Sn icty l)iniu-rs
Open all night, evorv night Fourth Avenue, Seward
Muscott Beauty Parlors
SHAMPOO SCALP TREATMENT
FACIAL .MASSAUE, MANICURING
PRISMATIC R*\ IREATMENT
h \IR GOODS ANl) 10ILET ARTICLES
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Results of the Tests show that
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selves in less than three months.
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VAEUfP AT OVER fOURTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Remington Typewriter Co., me.
New York and Everywhere
See E. C. NILES, the “Remington Man,” Seward Hotel.
The Goodwin Shop
Mrs. James McCoy
Fourth Ave., Seward
Next to George the Jeweler
KOMIG & ROMIG
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Houses for Kent, Kents Collected,
Titles Kxamined, lx>ts» for Sale.
Phone Red 1 *6 Seward, Alaska.
Nlgtl-Clin Repairing and Job Wort
0th STREET.NEAR ADAMS
Millers Barber Slioji
We make a specialty of
removing warts, etc.
Hot and Cold BATHS Alwavs Read)
Don’t forget the Gateway is estab
lished at Seward, Alaska.
Clarence J.Geralu. Proprietor
824 First avenue
Every tiling Fresh from the
Famous Gerald Kuneh
I Pay from
$1 to $2.50
for Bear Skulls
In good Condition
J. R. STEVENSON
Juneau box 731 Alaska
are accepted as the
standard by men
and women who
quality in tailored
Men’s Suits, $35.00 and up
ladies’ Tailored Suits, $45.00
When in Seattle come
ami let us show you the
J. S. Kane
709 Third Ave.
New York Block,
C. W. WINSTEDT
First Av. between Adams and Jefferson
Residence Phone Main 7.
J. H. ROMIG. M. D.
Phone Red 16
J. L. REED
National Surety Company
IN PROBATE COURT FOR KENAI
PRECINCT OF THE THIRD DIVI
SION OF THE TERRITORY OF
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
JOHN A. MATHISON,
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR PROOF
OF WILL AND ISSUANCE OF
Notice is hereby given that Tuos
day, the ninth day of November, 1915,
at two o’clock P. M. of said day, and
the court room of the above Court in
the office of the U. S. Commissioner
for the Kenai Precinct, Third Division
of the Territory of Alaska, at Seward,
Alaska, have been appointed as the
time and place for proving the will of
the said John A. Mathison, deceased,
and for hearing the application of
Charles S. Mathison for the issuance '
to him of Letters Testamentary with
the will annexed, heretofore filed and
! made in this court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, M. J.
Conroy, United States Commissioner
for the Kenai Precinct of the Third
Division of the Territory of Alaska
and Ex officio Probate Judge for said
Precinct, has hereunto set his hand
i and affixed the seal of said court at
Seward, Alaska, within said precinct,
this 1st day of October, A. D., 1915.
(Seal) M. J. CONROY,
United States Commissioner and
Ex officio Probate Judge.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Juneau. Alaaka,
Aug. 24, 1915.
NOTICE la hereby given that William A.
McPherson, of Seward. Territory of Alaska,
who. on September 30th, 1914. made home
stead. No. 01723. for the E*,NE* E^SE*
Sec. 27 W^NWK WftSW»4 S«c- 26 Town*
ship l N., Range 1 W., Seward Meridian, has i
filed notice of intention to make five year
Proof to establish claim to the land above
I described, before U. S. Commissioner M. J.
Conroy, at his office at Seward. Alaska, on
the 20th day of October. 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frank L. Ballaine. of Seward. Alaska.
Geo. Sexton, of Seward. Alaska.
W. A McNelley. of Seward. A aska.
T W Hawkins, of Seward, Alaska.
T. w. na - 0 B WALKBRt
First publication Bept. S, lilk
Last publication Oct. 9, 1916.
! MAY DEVELOPS MINES
ON DOUGLAS ISLAND
Captain A. E. Hanford, of Seattle,
is in the city, having arrived on the
Humboldt, and will make a full ex
amination of his mining property on
Douglas Island in company with a
competent mining engineer.
Captain Hanford, who is a brother
of Judge Hanford, has held his min
ing property on the Island for a num
ber of years. The property consists
of several claims and is located back
of the famous Ready Ikillion mine of
j the Treadwell company. — Juneau
WOMAN CAN FINANCE
ENGLAND’S GREAT WAR
LONDON, Sept. 30.—“The women
of England by their efforts can fin
ance this war and it would be good if
they would band themselves together
and sign an economy pledge.”
This is but one of the conclusions
arrived at by the Parliamentary War
Savings committee, which has solid
ed the help of experts to advise the
housewife and the civil population of !
the vital need of wartime thrift. Other
general suggestions are:
“No person should build a house to
reside in himself.
Any presents given should be war
loan vouchers or bonds.
Entertaining at restaurants should
be entirely abandoned.
Changes of fashion in clothes
should be ignored or suppressed.
Funerals should be conducted al
ways with rigid economy.
Every possible servant should be
No motor cars should be used ex
cept for charitable or official purposes.
All “treating” should be abandoned
until we can toast a final and com
ARTICLES ARE FILED
BY NOME COMPANY
JUNEAU.—Articles were filed yes
terday in the office of Secretary
Davidson by the Alaskan Industrial
Mining & Power Company, organized
under the laws of South Dakota, and
with Nome as its principal place of
business in Alaska.
The company is capitalized for one
million dollars and is to engage in a
general mining and power business.
A. J. McConnell of Nome is named as
the resident agent for Alaska.
Noodle Cafe. Phone Main 111.
Tray service receives prompt at
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The Gateway can do any sort of
printing done in the states. Do not
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Juneau, Alaska
September 23, i915.
NOTICE is hereby given that Ole
Martin, of Seward, Alaska, who, on
May 21, 1915, made homestead appli
cation, No. 01724, for EViNWVi EViS
WVi, Section 26, Township 1 N,
Range 1 W, Seward Meridian and the
E. 24 rods of the WVi NWVi, WVi S.
WVi said section 26 has filed notice of
intention to make final five year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the U. S.
Commissioner M. J. Conroy, at his
office at Seward, Alaska, on the 17th
day of November, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
C. T. Daggett,
W. A. McNeiley all of Seward,
C. B. WALKER,
First publication Oct. 4, 1915.
Last publication Nov. 10, 1915.
A great many people outside and j
Inside Alaska are now anxious to got
any news they can of the place where
the government railroad will bo. To
save writing letters you could send
the Gateway, either your own read
copy or get another.
TAKE FALL ON ‘CHANGE
NEW YORK, Oct! 7.—War special
ities which have recently been sky
rocketing on the stock exchange fell
five to fifteen points today.
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❖ SEWARD DAILY ❖
❖ TIDE TABLES ❖
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Oct. 5 .10:10 a.m. 3:45 a.m.
9:53 p.m. 3:51) p.m.
Oct. 6.10:35 a.m. 4:18 a.m.
10:39 p.m. 4:38 p.m.
Oct. 7.11:02 a. m. 4:49 a. m.
11:22 p.m. 5:18 p.m.
Oct. 8 . 11:30 a.m. 5:21a.m.
5:55 p. m.
Oct. 9 . 12:05 a.m. 5:53 a.m.
12:02p.m. 6:35 p.m.
New Moon—Oct. 8.
For Seldovia, add for high water
1 hr. 15 min. For low water 1 hr. 11
For Fire Island, add for high water
5 hr. 38 min., for low *ater 6 hr. 3
For Sunrise, add for high water 6
hr. 35 min. For low water 7 hr. 55
New shipment of boys’ hats, caps
and mackinaws. Frown & Hawkins.
The Seward Gateway, published
daily and weekly, is the only estab- j
lished publication of this kind in the j
district included in government plans.
Tuesday, Sept. 28.
due from west.
arrived from west 12 noon. Sail
ed south 2 p. m.
arrived from Panama via Astoria,
Oregon, 9 a. m.
Wednesday, Sept. 29.
arrived from west 6 a. m. Sailed
south 9 a. m.
arrived from Cook Inlet 8:20 a. m.
Saturday, Oct. 2.
arrived 4:45 a. m. Sailed west 5:20
Monday, Oct. 4.
arrives from south noon.
due from west this evening.
Tuesday, Oct. 5
arrived from west 5 a. m. Sailed
south 6 a. m.
Friday Oct. 8
due from west.
RENNER TO WAR
SEATTLE.—Mike Sawin the well
known Northern athlete, arrived in
this city from China today and will
leave immediately for Austria, where
he will join the army, together with
his four1 brothers. Sawin was best
known in Alaska as a distance runner
of Marathon races held at Nome and
Fairbanks several years ago.—Ex.
SEATTLE ASSAY OFFICE
KKDVCES THE FEES
WASHINGTON, Oct. .—The Seat
tle assay office has been ordered to
reduce its fees on metal from three
dollars to one dollar a pound.
Visiting cards, invitations, anything
pretty is done by the Gateway just as
well as outside.
Seward News Company
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