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KNIK, ALASKA ______-■ .. ., , , J,"” Some of Our Specialties: WELLMAN CANNED GOODS RED CLOVER BITTER TIP TOP EGGS SPERRYS FLOURS MARSHFIELD CHEESE And a full lino of HARDWARE. 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 RANGES \re GU AR ANTEED to burn but one-half as much tuel as OLD STYLE RANGES, f" Because they consume all gases and smoke in lueL All fuel is burned fiom top. The “PACIFIC,'* as sho^n in cut, Is our Stand ard Family Range - made in three sizes. Sold at BROWN A HAWKINS’ ^ We make Stoves from $1.00 to $300.00 Write us for Catalogues, f. S. LANG MANlfACTURING CO. 2T56 First Ave., South. StATTLC, WASHINGTON Eastern Trips by Western People ARE M\Dt WITH Tilt GRtATtST COMTORT -VIA THE _ GREU NORTHERN RAILWAY T> St. Paul. Chicago and the East. T» Dmv.t. ki uai City. St. Louis and the South. r I * > * , ; ^ \> \ E > A Toutisr SLEKDKRS, DININC > )\u*AltrMi'N T OAStCUYYTLON CARS To Portia iJ aaJ California by Rail and Ocean— Steamships “Great Northern" and “Northern Pacific" i* vn In? >i" :i vC >ii irom Local Steamship Agents, or A. S. DAU TRICK, Traveling Trelght and Passenger Agent, Kjoin 18, V alentine Building, Juueau. T J M )Aii ] t \* v - >>• Agt., Second and Columbia, Seattle. THE “MILWAUKEE” AGAIN TO THE FRONT Through the extensive main line Electrification of its mountain divisions, the “Milwaukee” has again made good its claim to hoing the Pioneer Line. This colossal undertaking has attracted world wide attention and wonderfully increased safety and efficiency of the road For information and literature write 4. H. McDONMl), Alaska Steamship Co.. Seward. Alaska HAYNt Bill. The Admiral Line. Seward, Alaska Agents for the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Amuse— Yourself BILLIARDS POOL BOWLING FIRST-CLASS BAR Open Day and Night! . SAFETY FIRST! - Ruhstaller’s Gilt Edge Beer Sacramento, Calif. SERVED AT ALL CAFES GERALD’S CAFE (’la kknckJ.Gkkald, Proprietor vS24 First avf.nfk JSKATTLK, Wn. Seattle's Best Eating House Everyth ini' Fresh from the Famous Gerald Hunch CHAS. K. MUELLER Manutacturinq lurrifr Honesty and Reliability Scud your Raw I'urs to we to be made Into Seta while Summer Prices prevail Remodeling and Repairing 1621 SECOM) AVENUE SEATTLE, - WASH. ANDERSON & MURPHY TERMINAL Olympia, Rainier. Budweiser and 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 jacks! J. P. Stoiko - Proprietor A Seward Water j and Power Company j John A. Nelson, Manager Office Bank of Seward Building SEWARD. - ALASKA The CarstensPacking Co. Wholesale ami Retail Beef, Park, Veal, Mutton, Poultry Lard, Hams and Bacon. Butter and Eg^s 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 Silver. Il.tM Copper 1.50 Lead 1.00 Seattle, Wash. “Analyze Anything* USE THE PHONE ALASKA ELECTRIC CO. S. n. GRAFF President and General Manager NOTICE OF FORFEIT LIKE To J. H. STEVENS and WM. Ii. j CUAIMING; your heirs or assigns or ! whom it may concern, iou are here I by notilied that the unuersigued has j expended the sum of Six Hundred Hollars ($CU0.) in lubor and improve ment* on the following named min ing claims for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1914 and Dec. 31st, lbio, the above sum being the amount required to complete the anuai labor during years mentioned above, and proof ol 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. 3. Said claims being situated about 1C miles westerly from the S. West arm of Kamishak Ray, and in the lliamna Recording precinct, Territory of Al aska. The amouuts claimed and due the undersigned from the parties above mentioned are as follows: J. H. Stevens One hundred and twenty two dollars and twenty-live cents, und Wm. H. Gumming the sum of seventy two dollars and twenty-live 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 cs~ owners your interest in said claims will become the property of the undersigned as specilied in Sec. 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and amendment thereto con cerning annual labor on mining claims. All amounts due to be de posited with Dexter Horton National Rank of Seattle, Wash., to the credit of the undersigned. CHAS. H. McNElL. 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 I lighted, steam heated, hot and cold water. Physicians placing patients in our care will receive every ethical at tention. Prompt readiness for acci dents, obstretries and emergencies, day or night. For further particulars address, SISTER SUPERIOR. C. C. BERG Ladies' FurrierfTaxidermtst Send your Ilaw Furs. We do our own Tanning and Manufacturing. Tw«nty »cvcn Y<ar» tn Seattle 1125 First Ave. Seattle, Wash. CALL FOR BIDS FOR GRADING 1\VKT OF ADAMS STREET AND CONSTRUCTING SIDEWALK i HEREON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:— That by order of the Common Council of the Town of Seward, Al aska; bids for grading Adams Street from the East line of Fourth Avenue to the west line of the Adums Street crossing of the Alaska Northern Railroad, and for the construction of a plank sidewalk on the North side of said Adams Street, ten feet wide, from the East line of Fourth Avenue to the West line of the said Adams Street crossing of the Alaska North ern ltuilroad; The Grading shall be submitted in one bid and the construc tion of the sidewalk shall be submit ted in a separate bid. Any person may bid on one or both contracts by submitting separate bids for each; all bids shall include furnishing all material, tools and labor, and must be in compliance with the plans, speci fications and profile for each piece of work which is now on file in the of fice of the city engineer and open for inspection for all prospective bidders; All bids must be accompanied with a deposit of either a certified check, certified to by one of the banks in Seward, to an amount of five percent of the bid, or the cash to that amount, and must be filed with the Municipal Clerk on or before the hour of seven thirty o’clock I*. M. June 19th, 1916 or such bid will not be considered. The deposit will be returned to all unsuc cessful bidders after bids are opened and awarded or rejected. The suc cessful bidder must within ten days after being awarded contract enter in to contract and stipulations as re quired by the Common Council and give a bond that will be approved by that body or his deposit will be for feited to the town of Seward; Bids to be opened and contract awarded June 19th, 1916 after the hour of eight o’clock P. M. unless postponed to a later date. (SEAL) 0. H. POEHLMANN, Municipal Cleric. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE A’o R. L. H. Marshall, Hilda Marshall, Charles D. Haven, F. G. Miller, iiiley E. Dill, John Irwiue, L. H. Herndon and George Rabehl, de ceased’s heirs, executors, adminis trators or assigns: You and each of you are hereby notiiied that the undersigned Co Owner has expended the sum of One hundred dollars ($100.00) in labor and improvements upon the Blank Associ ation group of placer mining claims, consisting of 160 acres, located on the Right Limit of Nugget Gulch, a tri butary of Cache Creek, in the Cook inlet Precinct, Third Division, Terri-1 tory of Alaska, in order to hold said 1 l placer mining claim, for the yoar 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. Waterfill & Frazier whiskey at “The Branch." THE SEWARD LIGHT AND POWER CO. Incorporated November 1905 under the Law* of the Territory of Alaska S. M. GRAFF, President and General Manager Contractors and dealers In Electric Supplies and Apparatus. Office At the Station. TE'-EPHONE MAIN 123 _____ ^ 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 CATHOLIC COLLEGE^ OFFERS UNIQUE SCHOLARSHIP CHANCE (Special to Gateway by United Press) WINONA, Minn. June 8. — To en courage interest in the history of tlie Cathoiic church in the United States, the college of St. Tersa here today of fered fourteen scholarships to girls to be named for the first bishop in each of the 14 ecclesiastical provinces. The provinces and the scholarships: Baltimore, Carroll; Btoson, Cheverue; Chicago, Quarter; Cincinnati, hen wick; Dubuque, Loras; Milwaukee, Henni; New Orleans, Cardenas; New York, Concanen; Oregon City, Blan chet; Philadelphia, Egan; St. Ixiuis, Rosati; St. Paul, Cretin; San Fran cisco, Moreno; Sante Fc, Lamy. Young women who have completed a standard high school course with a general average of 90 and a minimum of 85 in any one subject, may enter. She must present an essay of 1,000 words on the life of the first bishop of her province and must carry a reconi- j mendation from her parish pusfor. j Applications are receivable to June 15, end credentials are receivable to July \ LAST OF NEW YORK’S OLD LIEUTENANTS TO RETIRE (Special to Gateway by United Press) NEW YORK, June 10. -John Wie gand, police captain in charge of the Rockaway Beach station, will retire1 from the service here today. Captain, Wiegand is the last of the old police | inspectors who came under the rules j of the department prior to 1007. He is 60 years old and a veteran of the Civil War. He enlisted as a drum er boy in 1861 and later saw service in the cavalry. He has been in the police department since 1860. His pension will be $1,750 a year as long as he lives. Long distance telephone booth at The Branch. Meet me at The Branch. No advertiser can aftwd to omit the Seward Gateway. - i Seward Steam Laundry I1AUKY KAWAI1K, Prop. Fifth Awenue Phone Main 157 Best of Work - Latest Machinery Work delivered in 24 hours Cleaning and Pressing Flannels and Silks Washed by Hand PRICES REASONABLE m Capitol Cafe MRS. t. AYLRS, Prop. Washington St. near 4th Av. home cookim" Meals at All Hours LUMBER! Alaska Lumber Made by Alaska tabor DIMENSION LUMBER in Any Quantity Now DRESSED LUMBER in Any Quantity Soon -THE SEWARD SAWMILL CO. A. f. RASMUSSEN, Prop. Phone Xenai 2 KLLAMAR MAN INVENTS ENGINE VALDEZ.—Kenard J. Walters, of Ellainar, has invented a triple expan sion turbine, internal combustion en gine, which promises to revolutionize the generation of power for all pur poses. Numerous attempts have been mud* to apply the principles of the internal combustion engine with the turbine engine, but heretofore without successful results. Roughly, the engine consists of two rotating cylinders in w'hich the ex plosive force is generated, and which also acts as and replaces the flywhee* of ordinary engines. One of these cylinders is always out of use, the second cylinder being used only for reversing the engine, the reverse mo tion being accomplished by means of a valve which automatically cuts out one of the cylinders and places the other in operation when the reverse lever is moved. The explosive force in this engine, instead of being largely wasted, a* fn the case of the ordinary gas engine, is applied to three sets of rotor blades before the exhaustion occurs, utilizing practically all of the energy of the ex plosive.—l’rospector. FACTS ABOUT ALASKA COAL LAND LEASES Area open to lease—In the Bering river field, 33,370 acres; in the Mata nuska field, 13,020. Number of leasing units—In the Bering river, 00; in the Matanuska, 10, each unit ranging in size from 200 to 1,260 acres, subject to combi nation lease not exceeding 2,500 acres. Terms—Leases to run for fifty years, on a royalty basis, which is 2 cents a ton the first live years and 5 cents a ton for the succeeding twen ty years; after that not to exceed 5 per cent, of the selling price of the coal; also 25 cents an acre the first year, 50 cents an acre for the next four years and $1 an acre thereafter. Form of lease—Similar to that pre vailing in private ownership in the West Virginia coal fields. Method of application—Applications receivable on form provided for thirty days from June 1 at the gener al land office, Washington, D. C.; thereafter to be advertised for thirty days in three leading trade journals and in one newspaper each in Seattle, San Francisco and Juneau, following which proposals of applications will be considered, subject to any better terms that may be offered by any other qualified applicant or by first applicant. Those qualified to apply—Any per son above the age of 21 who is a citi zen of the United States; any associ ation of such persons, citizens; any corporation organized under the laws of any state or territory, provided a majority of the stock is held by citi zens. John Blair, agent of the Union Fish Company, is now in the city on the way outside for a visit for the bene fit of his health. The company's | plant is at Pavloff, Sanak Islands. GOING TO ANCHORAGE | Then Stop at THE RIVERSIDE I Next to the Post Office. 50c to $150 Per Day. 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