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It combines the enjoyment o. rare scenic beauties I with the pleasure of a journey :n absolute ease and comfort. No Extra Fare on This Train For further information regarding fares, train service, reservations, R etc., call on or address K City Ticket Office*. Alaska Mcamihif Co., or Ala«ka Com! S. 5. C<x X SEWARD. ALASKA i CRy Ticket Office*. CLk*ro. Mileraakee A St. Paul Railway. 441 Haider* St We* M VANCOUVER. B. C. . SAFETY FIRST! - Ruhstaller’s Gilt Edge Beer Sacramento, Calif. SERVED AT ALL CAFES PALACE OF SWEETS ICE CREAM Cigars Cigarettes Tobacco j Stationery Candy Post Cards Seward W ater and Power Company John A. Nelson, Manager Office-Bank of Seward Building SEWARD. - ALASKA CHAS. II. MUELLER Manufacturing furrier Honesty and Reliability Scud vour Raw Furs to me to be made into Set* while Summer Prices prevail Remodeling and Repairing 1621 SECOND AVENUE SEATTLE. WASH. OLD CROW OLD HERMITAGE OLD WINES Blue Ribbon Beer Olympia Beer Rainier Beer ONLY MINERAL CABINET WHERE? 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TELEPHONE MAIN 123 The Last Word in Quality Society Chocolates dUll Tru Bin Biscuits The Cracker ForKm imperial candy co., Seattle H. V. HOBEN A. F. DAVIS ALASKA TRANSFER H. V. HOBEN, Manager - -Dealers In-— COAL, WOOD AND ICE General Transferring Phones, Main 17 and 41 We Design. Build. Install and Oper ate for a Period of 30 Days Mill Dredges Designed and Built to Suit Conditions under which they are to operate Hill leading Builders of Smaller Sized Dredges with buckets 11 to 5 ruble foot capacity Our Special Design fine Gold Saving Devices installed on Dredges of the flume type lllll We build Light Drills capable of digging 4-In. holes 50 feet Two men can handle them lllll 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. » Bernard, Manager SEATTLE, WASH. GEORGE The Jeweler Everything in High-Class Jewelry Specialties: The Gruen Watch . The Howard Watch The Waltham Watch Clocks • Handmade Jewelry « Alaska Curios GEORGE, The Jeweler SEWARD, ALASKA FRYE & BRUHN COMPANY SEWARD, - - ALASKA Choice Fresh Meats Hams, Bacon and Lard Butter and Eggsi G. K. CARTER GENERAL CONTRACTOR Plans Furnished and Estimates Given Jobbing Promptly Attended to The Commerce Newman & Powers Proprietor* Wines, Liquors and Cigars BEST BRANDS Draught ana Bottled Beers USE THE PHONE ALASKA ELECTRIC CO. 5. M. GRAPH President and General Manager The Carsteus Packing Go. Wholesale and Retail Beef, Park, Veal, Mutton, Poultry l.ard, Hams and Bacon. Butter and Efcfcs Orders from the Westward and Cook Inlet Given Careful Attention Fourth Ave Seward * HARVEY & CO. Contractors and Builders ESTIMATES FURNISHED Near Piimary School. Second Avenue. Seward Subscribe Now for THE All-Alaska Review An Illustrated Monthly Magazine Reviewing All Alaska $2.50 per year in advance DORA ARRIVALS The passengers arriving on the Dora this mroning were: For Seward Matt Ryan, C. E. Petersen, Michael Harris, B. Lakken, Sam Anderson, Iver Solhiem, P. Tarstrand, H. Daniel son, Ole Sanderek, C. M. Madlem, E. J. Renz, E. L. Prathro, T. 0. Kellogg, Bert Ham, C. Gustin, J. H. B. Smith, W. Komaki, K. Inaba, Thomas Pierce, Miss G. I). Murphy anti seven steer age. For Seattle: R. R. Lukens, H. A Cotton, Jack Senior, B. Ohlsen, K. E. Sevlins, 0. Anderson, M. S. Mor rison, A. H. Willmore, J. C, Clarkson and George Alberts. GOLD BULLION MINING COMPANY HAS GOOD YEAR Tailoring for Ladies My work ha* been satisfactory to many Seward ladies It will be satisfactory to you ...... , Costumes designed personally for each individua Exclusive Fall and Winter Patterns Just In S. Barnett San Francisco Tailors Over Butts That the Gold Bullion Mining Co. of the Willow Creek country enjoyed a gbod season is the report brought out by Ronald Harrais, manager of the mine, who passed through Sew ard on the Farragut recently on his way east. Mr. Harrais reports that the Willow Creek country as a whole showed up well, producing about tho same amount of gold as they did last year. The Gold Bullion employed about 70 men all during the season and will continue to operate for about two weeks longer. The work at the mine has shut down but the men will be kept there a little longer getting things in shape for the spring. GASTINEAU CHANNEL TOWNS LEAD IN GROWTH The importations by Juneau, Doug las and Treadwell for the year 1914 were valued at approximately $5,500, 000—a growth, in round figures, of $1,500,000 over 1013 and of $3,500,000 j in two years. Probabh no sect on of the West has shown such a high per* i centage of gain in so short a time. These figures require no embellish ment to illustrate clearly the stride with which this section of Alaska is developing. They show a purchasing ; power per capita that is wonderful— | and purchasing power is but anothef name for prosperity. Records show that the 1913 record will show another marked gain in Gastineau Channel shipping.— (Alas ka Empire Dev. Number.) The Christian Science meetings are being held in the Pioneer hall (for merly A. B. hall) every Sunday at 11 o’clock and Wednesday evenings at 8 o'clock. 9-13—tf. Meet me at The Branch NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. LAND OFFICE at Juneau, Alaska, September 10, 1915. NOTICE is hereby given that Charles Ulanky, of Knik, Alaska, who, on May 21, 1915, made homstead ap plication, No. 01774, for SV4NEK N WKNEK NEV4SEK NWKSEK Sec. ’ 34 lots 1 and 2, Section 35, Township 16 N., Range 3 W, Seward Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore U. S. Commissioner E. M. Spaulding, at his office at Knik, Al aska, on the 15th day of November, 1915. Claimant names as witnesses: O. G. Heming, James M. Patched, G. W. Palmer, A. M. McNeil, all of Knik, Alaska. C. B. WALKER, Register. First publication Oct. 5, 1915. Last publication Nov. 11, 1915.