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KNIK, ALASKA Some of Our Specialties: WELLMAN CANNED GOODS RED CLOVER BETTER TIP TOP EGGS SPERRYS FLOURS MARSHFIELD CHEESE And a full line of HARD" ARE. STOVES, HAY AND FEED No Better Goods Can Be Bought At Any Price _«■ C. W. PALMER, Knik, Alaska Lang's (Pat.) Hot Blast Smokeburning STOVES AND RANGES AretilMR ANTEEDtoburn but one-half as much fuel as OLD ST\ LE RANGES, ff** Because they consume all gases and smoke In luel. All fuel is burned from top. The “PACIFIC,** as shown In cut, Is our Stand ard Family Range made in three sizes. f Sold at BROWN 6c HAWKINS* y We make Stoves from $1.00 to $300.00 Write us for Catalogues, f. S. LANG MANUFACTURING CO. 2TS6 First Ave., South. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Eastern Trips by Western People | VRt MVDt HITtt lilt GRtVTtST COMfORT - VIA THE - z GREAT NORIItERY RAILWAY j To St. Paul. Chicago and the Lasi. | To Denver. Kansas City. St. Louis and the South. Tuuon; i srvx >\ ; > and Tormsr slskprrs, dining an > Vs >\11' \ll l\\I KN r OBSKRVATIOX CARS I To Portland and California by Rail and Ocean— | Steamships "Great Northern" and "Northern Pacific" § m O ut'Vte Information from Local Steamship Agents, or = A. S. DAU TRICK. Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent, = Room 18, Valentine Building. Juneau. = I\ J. MOORIC. Oitv Agt., Second and Columbia, Seattle. = ...... i.i.i liiiiin 111111111111111111111 m mm n ii it via "Milwaukee” FIRST IN SCENERY FIRST IN EQUIPMENT FIRST IN SERVICE and the only road operating over its o*n lines all the *ay from Seattle to Chicago TheOlympian” The “Columbian” two crack all-steel trains every day. For information and literature write A. 11. McDONALD. Alaska Steamship Co., Seward, Alaska WAYNE BLUE. The Admiral Line, Seward. Alaska Agents for the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway A. E. HARRIS, Traveling Passenger Agent. Juneau. Alaska ••••■BBBBBBBBBaBBBBiaBBBaBaBtBaaaflBBtiaBiBaaAaBataitBBiatBBBftiaiaiaBtiiatiiflaiBfliilBilililllllflllfliailll Amuse— Yourself BILLIARDS POOL BOWLING FIRST-CLASS BAR - SAFETY FIRST! - Ruhstaller’s Gilt Edge Beer Sacramento, Calif. SERVED AT ALL CAFES C L a u k s ce J. G br a I.D, P ropr i e tor 824 First Avenue Seattle, Wn. Seattle's Best Eating House Everything Fresh from the Famous Gerald Ranch CltAS. It. MUELLER Manufacturing furrier Honesty and Reliability Scud vour Kaw Furs to me to be made into Sets while Summer Prices prevail Remodeling and Repairing 1621 SECOND AVENUE SEATTLE, - WASH. ANDERSON & MORPHY THE TERMINAL Olympia, Rainier, BmDveiser ami Letups Beer. Olympia Beer on Draught. All Beer and Wines Strictly Cold Storage. Try Us Once, then You be the Judge OLD CROW OLD HERMITAGE OLD WINES Blue Ribbon Beer Rainier Beer ONLY MINERAL CABINET WHERE? AT JACK’S J. P. Stotko - Proprietor __J Seward Water and Power Company John A. Nelson, Manager Office-Bank of Seward Building SEWARD, - ALASKA The Carstens Packing Co. Wholesale and Retail Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry Lard, Hams and Bacon. Butter and Eggs Orders from the Westward and Cook Inlet Given Careful Attention Fourth Ave Seward Send Us Your Check ...ASSAYS... Falkenburg & Laucks Ore Testing and Milling Gold and Stiver. #1.00 Copper l.oO 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 Wi\l. H. GUMMING; your heirs or assigns or whom it may concern. You are here by notified 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 Dee. 31st, 1014 and Dec. 31st, 1015, the above sum being the amount required 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 iliamna, Territory of Al aska. To wit: Reward, Reward No. 1, Reward No. 2 and Reward No. 3. Said claims being situated about 16 miles westerly from the S. West arm of Kamishak Bay, and in the Iliamna Recording precinct, Territory of Al aska. The amounts claimed and due the undersigned from the parties above mentioned are as follows: J. H. Stevens One hundred and twenty two dollars n.nd twenty-five cents, and Wm. H. Gumming the sum of seventy two dollars and twenty-five cents. And if within ninety days after the serving of this notice by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as co owners your interest in said claims will become the property of the! undersigned as specified in Sec. 2324 j of the Revised Statutes of the United States and amendment thereto con- \ cerning annual labor on mining j claims. All amounts due to be de posited with Dexter Horton National Bank of Seattle, Wash., 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 j 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, obstretrics and emergencies, day or night. For further particulars address, SISTER SUPERIOR. C. C. BERG Ladies’ farrier ITaiiderinist Send your Raw Furs. We do our own Tanning and Manufacturing. Twenty-seven Years In Seattle 1425 First Ave. Seattle, Wash. How the largest rubber factory in the world has made possible longer service and greater comfort in rubber boots and shoes for the hard knocks ot Alaska! * Goodrich “H3PRESS” the original White Rubber Footwear “with the Red-Line” 'round the top” The day of the hand-made boot lias passed. Since (Joodrieh, nearly three years ago, perfected and put on the market the wonderful “HI PRESS” Hoots and Shoes a new standard in wear and comfort of rubber footwear has been set. We make boots and shoes like an auto tire. We use 1 HI*. SAME WON DERFUL TOUGH RUBBER WE BUT INTO GOODRICH AUTO TIRES AND WITH ENORMOUS PRESSURE MOLD IT INTO OSE SOLID PIECE! No one ever made a hoot like that befort—and though they’ve ail been trying, not one has succeeded in duplicating it they haven’t the rubber knowledge. That's why millions of boot and shoe wearers are now “IMPRESS enthusiasts— why thousands here in Alaska won't wear anything else. You needn’t go to the expense of hob-nailed leather soles “IMPRESS'* Soles will far outwear hob-nailed leather. W hy, they 11 actually out wear a similar thickness of steel. They II give you longer service and more com fort than any other rubber footwear in the world—they re the biggest ndvnnee in footwear construction in fifty years. All styles—hip boots, shorts, mining shoes, etc. See your dealer. Watch out for imitations—the genuine has the Red-Line 'round the top The R. F. Goodrich Rubber Coaf akron^ohio Branches and dealers everywhere s ^ Maher* of the celebrated Goodrich Automobile Tire*—" Rett in the Lone Run" Seattle Branch, 113-15 King St. HUGHES COULDN’T KEEP HIMSELF OUT OF OREGON PRIMARY (Special to Gateway by United Press) PORTLAND, May 19. — A three cornered race between Senator Cum mins, Theodore E. Burton and Justice Hughes for the republican nomination for president featured Oregon’s presi dential preference primary today. Early reports indicated a large vote. Most of the candidates for dele gates to the Ropubli an and Demo cratic national conventions have agreed to abide by today’s preferent NOTICE OF FORFEITURE io R. L. 11. Marshall, Hilda Marshall, diaries U. Haven, F. G. Miller, Huey E. Hill, John Invine, L. H. Herndon and Georgo KaDohl, de ceased's heirs, executors, adminis trators or assigns: You and each of you are hereby notiiied that the undersigned Go Owner has expended the sum of Oue hundred dollars ($100.00) in labor and improvements upon the Blank Associ ation group of placer mining ciaims, consisting of 100 acres, located on the Right Limit of Nugget Gulch, a tri butary of Cache Creek, in the Cook Inlet Frecinct, Third Division, Terri tory of Alaska, in order to hold said placer mining claim, for the year ending December 31st, A. D., 191o, and if within Ninety (90) days from the sorvice 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 AMD 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. Offioa- At the Station. TELEPHONE MAIN 12i j The All-Alaska Review 25 Cents the Copy $2.50 per Year in Advance Subscribe Now for the Journal that gives you News of All Parts of the Territory of Alaska \ ial vote. Ten delegates to each con f vention will go from Oregon. Woodrow Wilson is the only Demo | cratic condidatc for president. Vice j President Marshall and Governor I Majors of Missouri oppose each other for the democratic vice-presidential nomination. Cummins and Hiirloa have been ac- j ! tive candidates. Charles E. Hughes is a candidate against his own wishes, j He wrote to Secretary of State llcott1 j asking that his name be left oiT the ballot. Despite his request, Hughes’ supporters filed a petition signed by 1300 voters demanding that his name be put on the ballot. Olcott declined to remove his name. Hughes tele graphed again that he did not want ! his name on the ballot. Hut there it i is. The Oregon supreme court decided | that Hughes had nothing to say about i it. If enough people want him in the i White House, he must run. A writ 1 of mandamus was issued command j ing Olcott to print Hughes’ name. A > strong element among Oregon Re ^SSSSSSSS^SSSSSSSSFt^f^^SSS^iSf^SSS A MODISH MATINEE COAT FOR YOUNG FOLKS. [Cut on full linos, bolted with a black *t!k ; girdle, collared and euffod with tallies* ermine striped with black fur. this black velvet coat makes u smart garment fo# dressy occasions ou wintry afternoon*. The coat Is lined wttM JofTre bluo bro caded satin.) j ! publicans favor Hughes. Yes, there was a fourth Republican I presidential candidate. His name is i Charles E. Lockwood and he styled ' himself, on the ballot, “Oregon’s | favorite son.” He lives in Portland. He withdrew in favor of Hughes. James Inman of Looking Glass, Ore., abandoned his usual custom of tiling for the Republican presidential nomination. j C. X. McArthur (incumbent), E. V. Littlefield, and A. W. Rafferty (ox representativo) are opponents for the Republican nomination for represent ative in congress from the Third dis trict. Representative W. C. Hawley and X. J. Sinnott from the First and Second districts have no opponents. -. C. C. MORGAN OF FAIRBANKS PAROLED FAIRBANKS.—C. C. Morgan, who was sentenced from Fairbanks in the winter of 1909-10 to serve a term of fifteen years at McNeil’s island peni tentiary for a statutory offense, has been paroled. In a letter to Deputy ; Marshal Percy Charles, of Iditarod, in which he thanks that official for in terest taken in his case he says that the official will never have reason to regret it. He experts to secure m ployment immediately. Mr. Charles states that there were i some peculiar features about the con ' dition of Morgan which raised some ' thing of doubt in his mind as to the guilt of the accused.—Ex. _ Royal Bakery has reopened. Fresh Bread daily. — We are now baking 400 loaves of line bread every morning. ’Don’t for 1 get it is 4 loaves for 25 cents. COOPER’S CAFE. ■ ■ ■ New assortment or fancy cookies. Special “Kaiser Jumbles.” Brown & Hawkins, “Quality First” NOTICE The business of the Seward Club has this day been taken over by Frank L. Torrey,—H. E. Hopkins retiring, i All obligations of the business are , assumed by Mr. Torrey and all ac i counts due the Seward Club are pay able to Mr. Torrey. FRANK L. TORREY. | Oyster Cocktails at “The Bramch.” No advertiser can afford to omit the Seward Gateway. Watcrfill & Frazier whtekey at “The Branch.” Gct“More Money” for your Foxes Black. Silver, Cross, Red, White and Blue, Lynx, Bear, Marten and other Far bearer* collected in yoar section mnp YOUR FURS DIRECT to “SHUBERT** the Urt«! house In the World dealing exdaslvely In NORTH AMERICAN RAW fCrS a reliable—responsible-safe Fur House with an unblemished rep utation existing for “more than a third of a a kncan^ cessful record of sending Fur Shippers prompt.SAT IS FACTORY AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for ^bf fcbubert »bipprr. the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published. Write lor It—NOW—it'n FREE An CLlimCDT I_~ 25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE. , D. oHU DLK 1 , me. Dept 73 CHICAGO. U^.A.