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C. W. PALMER
KNIK, ALASKA
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Some of Our Specialties:
WELLMAN CANNED GOODS RED CLOVER BITTER
TIP TOP EGGS SPERRYS EEOIRS
MARSHFIELD CHEESE
And a full Hue of
IIARDVN ARE. STOVES. HAY AND FEED
No Better Goods Can Be Bought At Any Price
G. W. PALMER, Knik. Alaska
Lang's (Pat.)’Hot Blast Smokeburning
STOVES AND RANOLS
\re <il \R WI ELD to burn but one-half as much
tuel as OLD STYLE RAMIES,
w Because the\ consume all gases and smoke in
fuel. All fuel is burned from top.
I he “1‘ACIFIC,” as show n in cut. Is our Stand
ard Family Range made in three sizes.
Sold at BROWN & HAWKINS’
YVe make Stoves from $1.00 to $300.00
Write us for Catalogues,
f. S. LANG MANllfACTlRING CO.
2f5S First Ave.. South. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
Eastern Trips by Western People
m M\ot hittt tut GRtutsr co'iroRi
-— VIA THE ---
great northern railway
r.j St. Paul. Chicago and the East.
To Denver. Kansas City. St. Louis and the South.
Timor.; i s -vNivunv and roruisr si.kkdkks. dining
an * i > i‘AK 1‘MKN 1’ OASKKVA ITON CARS
To Portland a iJ California by Rail and Ocean
Steamships "Great Northern" and “Northern Pacific"
I’empVc* tar •• -tri • : from L>cal Steam ship Agents, or
A. S. DAUTRICK, Traveling f reight and Passenger Agent,
Room IS, Valentine Building, Juneau.
T. .1. MOOKi:. Oi*v A^f., second amt folumbia. Seattle.
via
"Milwaukee
FIRST IV SCEVERV
FIRST IV EQUIPMENT
, FIRST IN SERVICE
and the only road operating over its own lines all the way from
Seattle to Chicago
The “Olympian” The “Columbian” *
two crack all-steel trains every day.
For information and literature write
4. H. Mcl)0\4lD, Alaska Steamship Co.. Seward, Alaska
WAYNE Blit. The Admiral tine, Seward. Alaska
Agents for the
Chicago. Milwaukee S St. Paul Railway
X. f. fulfills.
Traveling Passenger Agent.
Juneau. Alaska
Amuse—
Yourself
BILLIARDS POOL
BOWLING
FIRST-CLASS BAR
.
Open Day and Night!
. SAFETY FIRST! -
Ruhstaller’s
Gill Edge
Beer
Sacramento, Calif.
SERVED AT ALL CAFES
GERALDS CAFF
ClauknoeJ.Gbuamj, Proprietor
Mil FlKST AYKNUtC
SBAlTLKt WS,
Seattle's. Best
Eating House
Everything Fresh from the
Famous Gerald Punch
CHAS. II. MUELLER
Manufacturing I urrieV
Honesty and Reliability
Si'iul your Raw Furs to me to lx made
into Sots while Summer Prices prevail
Remodeling and Repairing
T62I SECOND AVENUE
SEATTLE, - WASH.
ANDERSON & MURPHY
THE
TERMINAL
Olympia. Rainier, Bud reiser
and Letups Beef*
Olympia Beer on Draught.
All Beer and Wines Strictly
Cold Storage.
Trt Us Oncejhen You bs the Judge
OLD CROW
OLD HERMITAGE
OLD WINES
Blue Ribbon Beer
Rainier Beer
ON1A MINERAL CABINET
WHERE? AT
JACK’S
J. P. Stotko - Proprietor
Seward Water
and
Power Company
John A. Nelson, Manager
Office bank of Seward Building
SEWAKD. - ALASKA
The Garstens Packing Go.
Wholesale and Retail
Beef, Park, Veal, Mutton, Poultry
Lard. Hams and Bacon.
Butter and Beks
Orders from the Westward and
Cook Inlet Given Careful Attention
Fourth Ave Seward
Send Us Your Cheek
...ASSAYS...
Falkenburg & Laucks
Ore Testing and Milling
Gold and Silver. $1.00
Copper l.&O
Lead 1.00
Seattle, Wash. “Analyze Anything’
USE THE PHONE
ALASKA ELECTRIC CO.
5. M. URAFF
President and General Manager
notice of forfeiture
To J. H. STEVENS and WM* H.
CUAIMING; your heirs or assigns or
whom it may concern. You are here
by notitied that the undersigned has
expended the sum of Six Hundred
Dollars ($600.) in labor and improve
ments on the following named min
ing claims for the years ending Dec.
aist, 1014 and Dec. 31st, 1016, the
above sum being the amount required
j to complete the anual labor during
' years mentioned above, and proof of
labor being recorded with the United
States Commissioner in the Recording
precinct of lliamna, Territory of Al
aska. To wit: Reward, Reward No.
1/Reward No. 2 and Reward No. a.
j Said claims being situated about 16
! miles westerly from the S. West arm
' of Kamishak Ray, and in the lliamna
! Recording precinct, Territory of Al
j aska. The amounts claimed and due
the undersigned from the parties
above mentioned are us follows: J.
H. Stevens One hundred and twenty
! two dollars :\ml twenty-live cents, and
i Win. H. Gumming the sum of seventy
! two dollars and twenty-five cents.
And if within ninety days after the
j serving of this notice by publication,
you fail or refuse to contribute your
proportion of such expenditure as co
owners your interest in said cluims
will become the property of the
undersigned as specified in Sec. 2.124
i of the Revised Statutes of the United
1 States and amendment thereto con
cerning annual labor on mining
j claims. All amounts due to be de
posited with Dexter Horton National
I Rank of Seattle, W'ash., to the credit
! of the undersigned.
CHAS. H. McNEIL.
Dated and signed at Ridgway, Colo.
Feb. 7, 1916.
First publication Feb. 29, 1916.
Last publication June 14, 1916.
The Seward
General Hospital
desires to acquaint the general hospi
tal interests of this country with the
facilities of this institution for giving
the latest devised methods of nursing,
care to persons requiring medical or
surgical treatment. Special attention
given to patients requiring gyne
cological treatment. Hydrotherapeu
tic treatments carefully followed.
This building, just complete, electric
lighted, steam heated, hot and cold
water. Physicians placing patients in
our care will receive every ethical at
tention. Prompt readiness for acci
dents, obstrctrics and emergencies,
! day or night. For further particulars
j address,
SISTER SUPERIOR.
C. C. BERG
Ladies' Furrier lTa»idermist
Send yom* Raw Kurs.
We do our own Tanning and
Manufacturing.
Tw<nty-iev<n Ye«r» In Seattle
1425 First Ave. Seattle, Wash.
HIS WORRIES FORGOTTEN FOR A TIME,
PRESIDENT WILSON GOES TO BALL GAME
-- - --- - -.
* FORGETTING SUBMfifZlMCS AMD MEXICO FOf£ nWHILE O + J
1 {lotos .»i A.m-'uai! Press Association
■ i u.4 , . .1 i fi.r ’ot I'resident \* llson did not fail to attend the opening
IHubrmtrlne question or oo submarine question, ami • • 1 '' officially by tossing out the bull, he had the
ESE SS&’HHHar? =±: «r,sa =““ v=s
orow.t str-.d and cheered The president bought a score enrd and fr.llowed evet y plav of the gam —
PROF. ANDREWS AND HIS
BRIDE IN MIDST OF MAN
EATING TIGER HUNT
(Special to Gateway by United Press)
PEKING, May 10.—If all has gone
well with them since they left here
April J 0th to hunt big game for the
New York Museum of Natural His
tory’, ‘young Prof. Roy Chapman An
drews and his bride, formerly Miss
Yvette Borup, daughter of Major
Henry Borup, U. S. A., and sister of
the late George Borup, arctic ex
plorer, should be in.the midst ol their
maneating tiger hunt in the heart of
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
io K. L. U. Marshall, ilaua Marshall, \
umnes u. liaven, r. G. Aimer,
iCaey Li. Dili, John irwme, C. n.
liernuon and George Kabehl, ue- .
ceased .» heirs, executors, adinuns- j
iraiors or assigns:
iou a:id each oi you are hereby
notmed that the undersigned Co
owner has expended tne sum oi' One
nundred dollars U1UU.UU) in labor and
improvements upou the Blank Associ
ation group oi placer mimng claims,
consisting oi 16U acres, located on the
Right Limit oi Nugget Gulch, a tri
butary oi Cache Creek, in the Cook
inlet Precinct, Third Division, Terri
tory of Alaska, in order to hold said 1
placer mining claim, for the year
ending December 31st, A. D., 1915,
and if within Ninety (90) days from
the service of this notice upon you, or
the complete publication thereof, you
fail or refuse to contribute your pro
portion of said expenditure as Co
Owners, your interests will become
the property of the undersigned,
under and pursuant to the Revised
| Statutes of the United States.
Dated at Susitna, Alaska, this 20th,
day of March, A. D., 1916.
AL. STINSON.
First publication March 2,7 1916.
Last publication July 12, 1916.
THE SEWARD LIGHT AND POWER CO.
Incorporated November 1905 under the Laws of the Territory of Alaska
S. M. GRAFF, President and General Manager
Contractors and dealers in Electric Supplies and Apparatus.
Office- At the Station. TELEPHONE MAIN I2i
The All-Alaska Review
25 Cents the Copy
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Subscribe Now for the Journal that gives you News of
All Parts of the Territory of. Alaska
I the Bohea mountains, 300 miles in
1 land from the Strait of Formosa, to
day.
Andrews and his bride are in one
of the wildest regions of uncharted
Asia, where no white woman and few
white men ever have gone before.
The region abounds in big game of all
kinds and there are cannibalistic
0 tribes to be feared also.
When she left here Mrs. Andrews
wore khaki knickerbockers just as the
! men wore, and carried an automatic
pistol for self-defense and a rifle as
! well, to help collect the specimens
and provide for the larder.
Rev. Perry L. Caldwell as Put Sing,
1 wrote so convincingly of the man
eaters that prowl around the native
! SHEPARDS* ADOPTED SON
j MAY ACQUIRE BROTHER
\7f\X//5 SEA TON
(According to recent report, Finley J
Shepard. Jr., who became an heir to the
Gould millions by the stroke of a pen on
adoption papers on Oct 22 last, will soon
have a brother by adoption. Neither Mr
Shepard, Finley’s foster father, nor his
wife, who was ^Ilelen Gould, would say
whether the bby’s young playmate ot
last summer. Lewis Seaton, wm to be
come a fourth member of the family, bu
the stories to that effect were seemingly
well founded ]
Did you see the big full page in
[the last Saturday Evening Post, ad
i vertising the New Arrow Ashby col
J ]ar? We have them. All sizes. 2 for
25c. Brown & Hawkins, "Quality
First.”
MRS. WHARTON GETS
FRENCH DECORATION
[MRS ~EDlTh UCW7RTOn]
iTh<* French government has conferred on
Mrs Fdith Wharton, the famous novel
ist. the decoration of the Legion of Hon
or for her relief work In behalf of French
war sufferers Mrs. Wharton, who has
u: tten “The House of Mirth” and other
well known novels, was horn In New
York, hut much of her life has been
passed abroad. 1 t
villages there that Prof. Andrews
was inclined to believe the missionary
has really discovered a new species.
These terrors of the jungle hang
about the dwelling places of the cool
ies and often make a meal oif a work
er in the fields or snatch away a
screaming baby whose careless
mother has left it unguarded too long.
As the missionary wrote: "They
are of huge size, maltose brown in
I color, with broad stripes of black,
ferocious to the last degree and not a
bit afraid of a man with a gun—they
will charge him every time.”
Andrews’ expect to be gone about
a year.
NOTICE
The business of the Seward Club
has this day been taken over by Frank
L. Torrey,—H. E. Hopkins retiring.
All obligations of the business are
assumed by Mr. Torrey and all ac
counts due the Seward Club are pay
able to Mr. Torrey.
FRANK L. TORREY.
Oyster Cocktails at “The Branch."
-
No advertiser can afford to omit
the Seward Gateway.
Long distance telephone booth at
The Branch.
Waterfill & Frazier whiskey at
“The Branch."
Get“MoreMoney” for your Foxes
Black, Silver, Cross, Red, White and Blue, Lynx,
Bear, Marten and other For bearers collected in your section |
VflTT» PITHS DIRECT to,*SHUBKRT**tfce largest 1
house In the World dealing exclusively In NORTH AMERICAN RAW FOBS
nrSiable—responsible—safe Fur House with an unblemished rep
Station MisUmt for'"mom than a third of a century."alonf ttuc.
AN^PK^MTABLEretnroa.^ ^Vriw^htr^ei* ihlnhert
^ ”»>v reliahloataurate mark« report and pnc. hat pttb.tsha.1.
A. B. SHUBERT, Ini. DeptTJ ThVIWZ

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