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C. W. PALMER
KNIK, ALASKA I
Some of Our Specialties: I
WELLMAN CANNED GOODS RED CLOVER BUTTER I
Tip TOP EGGS SPERRYS FLOURS §
MARSHFIELD CHEESE I
Ami a full line of
hardware, stones, hay and feed I
No Better Goods Can Be Bought At Any Price I
0. W. PALMER. Knik, Alaska I
ORE TREATED
H. E. ELLSWORTH. Assayer and Chemist
A Complete livjtiipmeut tor >\inin AIr)It r)
amiTecHoijil Pete nlnatlon _OCnflllh /ilOJIiq
PACIFIC AUSKA NAVKiAIIOM COMPANY
“THE ADMIRAL LINE”
PLt.E T SOI NP \l ASk A ROl II A essels sail Irom Seattle every
S’.inuay, I I a. m.
ADMIRAL NA AfSON ADMIRAL I VANS ADMIRAL FARRAGUT
Extra Service ADrilRAL tiOODRICM
I'Uil l SOI Np CALIFORM \ ROl l F~ ADMIRAL SCHLEA
AD.1IRAL DFAAEV
SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO
s s YAU-; _S. S. HARVARD
RICHARD J. RING WOOD. Manager. WAYNE BLUE. Local Agent
Pioneer
Hotel
F B CANNON, Prop.
Knik
Alaska
KNIK'S LEADING HOTEL
NO BAR
At»'M: M»tlatit*n> for Ninety (Quests
Larire (leneral Lobby
Private Lobby for Ladies
Bkst Rates : : Bkst Tkeatment
! >Ksl Av‘ OMMODATIOXS
v'PFrm c Ai f iconoma jaks. pints, si.is doz.
Olltl/iL O^LL •• QUARTS, 1.25 Doz.
Tl'e |{ AZ A\\{.r: \ arietv Store
#
Hit the Electric Trail
Across tnc Continent
If \ou want a clean w tv to travel and a £00<1 way tojjo
Take the “MILWAUKEE"
I Soot, smoke and cinder^ have n*nv been eliminated through the
electrideation ot its mountain divisions
Wayn** Iilms l*. A. X., A. H. Mu Donald, Alaska Steamship
Co., at Seward or
I A. K. Harris, Traveling Pass. Aijeot, Juneau, Alaska
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
Get “More Money” for your Foxes
Black. Silver. Cross. Red, White and Blue, Lynx,
Bear, Marten atul other tor bearer* collected hi your section
S.IIIP YOI'R H Rs ItlHFCT to "SHI’BKRT**the lararst
house in the W..HJ tiwlm* exclusively in NORTH AMERICAN RAW rf'RS
. ^ p, -... with an unblemished rep
■ :.>r ‘nv re r .1 u third ot a century." a long sue
npt. S ATISF ^WTO k \
Write for Ihr fcbuhcrt Stopper.
,- •• •• - r- an■! pru-eli-t published..
Uni. NOW ll*n FREE t
i n CUT TRCDT In/. 25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.
A. 15. bHUbLK l, Inc. D«Pt73 Chicago.u.s.a.
NOTICE OF ADVERTISING OUT
AND DECLARING FORFEITURE
OF INTEREST IN QUARTZ MIN
ING CLAIMS FOR FAILURE TO
PAY ANNUAL ASSESSMENT.
To J. A. Bell, L. V. Ray and M. J. C011
roy; you and each of >ou, your heirs
executors and administrators, are
hereby notified, that, 1, J. B. Slater,
one of the owners in the following
described Quartz Gold Mining Claims
situate in the Moose Pass Mining Dis
trict, Keuai Recording District, Thiru
Division of the Territory of Alaska
and more particularly described a&
follows, to-wit:—Independence Quartz
Mining Claim, May Flower Quartz
Mining Claim, Blue Rock Quart*
Milling Claim, Fresno Quartz Mining
Claim, Mammoth Quartz Mining i
Claim, Meadow Lark Quartz Mining
Claim and Arctic Circle Quartz Min
ing Claim, you above named being in
terested in the above described Q inn*
Mining Claims and each of them;
That 1 have perform id and caused
to have performed on said claims and
each nntl every one of them, and
have paid for the ouiue, the annual as-!
sessment work fur the year lJlo, last
past, amounting to the sum of one
hundred dollars per claim, making the
total amount of said annual assess* ;
meat work on said claims the sum oi
seven hundred dollars all of which 1
have paid, that there is now due and
owing to me from you, part of said
assessment work thereof; which said
amount became due and payable to me
on the first day of January, 1910.
You and each of you and each oi
your heirs, executor's and administrat
ors are hereby notiiied to pay to me
your share of said assessment work
ou or before Ninety Days alter the
iirxt publication of this notice, to-wit:
—Ninety days after the first day of
August, 1910 and in case you fail or
refuse so to do, your and each of your
interest in above described Mining
Claims and each of them will be and
is hereby declared forfeited to me. and
jour interests and the whole thereof
will be then and there terminated.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and seal this 1st day of
August, 1916.
J. B. SLATER.
First publication August 1, 1916.
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need. SEWARD COMMERCIAL CO
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DIMENSION LUMBER
In Any Quantity Now
DRESSED LUMBER
in Any Quantity Soon
-THE
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A. f. RASMUSSEN, Prop. Phone Kenai 2
Anderson & Nelson
THE
TERMINAL
RAINIER BEER
BEST BRANDS Of CIGARS
Try Us Once, then You be the Judge
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SERIAL NO. 0270b
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Juneau,
Alaska, July 26, 1916.
SOLDIERS ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD
ENTRY BY ASSIGNEE.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO ENTER.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
NORTH ALASKA SALMON COMPANY, a
corporation organized and existing under the
laws of ti»e State of California, and whose
post office address Is 110 Market Street, San
Francisco, California, as assignee of Joseph
R. Harrigan, administrator of the Estate of
Kyhran Horan, deceased, being entitled to the
benefits of section 2306 of the Revised Statutes
of the United States and amendments thereto,
has applied to muke entry of that certain
tract of land situated on the East side of
Kvichak Bay near Cat*) Suworof. about 3
miles above the mouth of Nahnek River, in the
District of Alaska, in Latitude 6b deg. 46 min.
46 sec. North, and I/>ngitudo 167 deg. 16 tmu.
00 sec. West, and described as U. S. Survey
No. 915, and more particularly a# follows, to
wit:
Beginning at Corner No. 1 of said survey,
whence U. S. L. M. No. 916 bears S. 9 deg. 39
min. W. 46.81 chs. distunl. and witness corn
er to said corner No. 1 bears East 1.68 chs.
distant, and from which witness corner Cape
Suworof beurs S. 12 deg. 68 min. W. '/j miles
distant, thence from said Corner No. 1 Esst
Var. 21 deg. 30 min. E. 20.83 chs to corner
No. 2 from which witness corner to said
Corner No. 2 bears north 38 Iks. distant;
thence North 14.25 chs. to corner No. 3. from
which witness corner to corner No. 3 bears
South 3.63 chs. distant; thence West 7.86 chs.
to corner No. 4 M. C., whence witness corn
er to suld Corner No. 4 hours Eust 1.46 chs.
distant; thence by meanders from true corner
No. 4 M. C. along the line of mean high
water on Kvlchuk Hay,
S. 34 deg. 66 min. W. 1.90 chs.;
S. 55 deg. 66 min. W. 9.80 chs.;
S. 21 deg. 14 inln. W. 3.60 chs. ;
S. 32 deg. 24 min. W. 4.67 chs. to Corner
No. 1 M. C.. the place of beginning, contain
ing 21.93 acres.
As Additional to Homestead Entry No. 1446
made August 26, by Kyhran Horan, at Ionia.
Michigan Land Office, for the S. Vv ot SE *4
of Sec. 30, Township 18 North. Range 10
West, containing 80 acres.
Any und all persons claiming adversely said
tract of land, or any portion thereof, are
hereby notified that unless their adverse claims
are filed during the period of publication and
posting, or within 30 days thereafter, they
will be barred by virtue of the statute and the
regulations thereunder.
It is hereby ordered that this notice be
published for the statutory period of 60 days
in the SEWARD GATEWAY, h newspaper of
general circulation printed at Seward, Alaska,
published nearest the land applied for.
C. B. WALKER.
Register.
First publication August 4, 1916.
Last publication Oot. 14. 1916
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BAR
Benson 4 Co., Proprs.
BEST BRANDS
Wines, Liquors
and Cigars
Furnished Steam Heated
Rooms iu Connection
DR. O. J. KEATING
Dentist
Phones: Office Madison id
Kes. Madison 5?*
Office over Hank of Seward
Hours 9 A M. to P.'M.
DOUGHERTY & ROMIG
real estate agents
Houses for Kent. ifents (Collected,
Lois for Sale. Lar«;e Listing.
Phond Red 147 Seward, Alaska.
USE THE PHONE
ALASKA ELECTRIC CO.
S. M. tiRAFF
President and General Manager
Myers’Bakery
FOR BETTER BREAD
OLD CROW
OLD HERMITAGE
OLD WINES
Blue Ribbon Beer
Rainier Beer
ONLY MINERAL CABINET
WHERE? AT
JACKS
J. P. Stotko - Proprietor
A
The Garstens 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
Seward Steam Laundry |
HARRY KAWABE, Prop. \
: Fifth Avenue , Phone Main 157\
Best of Work -Latest Machinery
Work delivered In 24 hours j
i Cleaning and Pressing
Flannels and Silks
Washed by Hand <
PRICES REASONABLE
Get Furs For Fall
And Winter, Ladies
tty MARGARET MASON
NEW YORK, Sept. 9.—It isn’t the
.stuff that dreams are made of that in
terests us just now even if we have
been running to Shakespeare for the
last few months.
It’s the stuff that our Fall and Win
ter frocks and suits are to be fash
ioned from that has us all agog.
One thing is sure; we are going to
be even more fear-somely fursome
than ever. Ksquimos will look posi
tively bareskinned compared to us if
we wear all the furry fashions that
the fur designers have prepared for
US. <
Fur coats arc to be fuller and more
ripply than last season and in order
to rob Peter to pay Paul or, in other
words, save on our other fur gar
ments to put more into our coats,
muffs are to be positively skimpy, as
’twere. Just little round bullet af
fairs.
'lhe craze for moles that has evinc
ed itself in our summer fur collars
promise to lap over in the winter
season and, in consequence, these
little underground habitants have sky
high prices. Basking in the dazing
light of popular fancy is enough to ac
count for the blindness of the 1'dUi
mole.
Mink will return this winter to
fashionable favor and kolinsky and
skunk still hold their own.
Obviously, with such a craze for
furs impending, near furs or materials
made to imitate the real thing will be
much in evidence. “Ederella” is one
which stimulates breadtait. It comes
in narrow strips for badnigs and also
in yard width lengths. In the same
widths comes “ursine” which has
thick, soft, furlike nap.
For frocks we will ape the monKs
with two materials loosely woven like
sackcloth or the coarse fabric of which
robes are made.
Like a twilled ratine is “serge
moufHonne,” and “drapelled” is a
. ,ose mm Station of broadcloth.
Serge and garbadine still continue
in favor and there is a lovely thick
soft diagonally twilled material quite
new, called “double trykho.”
As for colors we are to go quite
subdued and almost sombre, demurely
draped in brown, blue or violet.
Brown in particular is to be much
worn and many a smart Fall suit wilt
be done brown. There is a new shade
of it called “Senegalais.” At least,
its name is new and that is about all
as it would be hard to differentiate be
LEON C. BOOKEIt
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bank of Seward Building
Phone Madison 84
Fire and Accident Insurance
■ "■ i 1
Broadway Barber Shop
Shower Baths
Ladies’ Shampooing
Hot and Cold BATHS Always Ready
' _ __
1<: 8: s’:' Mtobunth.
U F. P. Sc S.. CJlttStfOW.
J. M. SLOAN, M. D., C. M.
OVER GATEWAY
Office flours, I to 3 and 7 to 8 P. M.
Formkki.y or N’omk.
| J. H. ROMIG, M. D.
OFFICE FOURTH AVENUE
Phones: Residence Adams 48
Office Adams 93
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m. 2 to 4 p.m.
~
IHOTEL SEWARD
511 THIRD AVE.
Arctic Club Bid*. SEATTLE. WASH.
ZBINDEN BROS.. Prop*.
Wuh Batii $1.50 Special Weekly Rales
^_i
The Seward
General Hospital
desires to acquaint the general hospi
tal interests of this couutry 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
j 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.
f
tween it and our old brown friend |
“tete de negre.”
Skirts are to be longer to match the
days and they do say that fickle Dame
Fashion will cast her hoops out of her
heart and her wardrobe and return to
slimpsy, soft, straight lines.
Coming events cast their shadows
before it is true, but just because the
shadow happens to look a bit hoop
less now don’t get reckless and hur
riedly cast oir your hoops on the
strength of a mere forecast. Dear in
mind that G. B. Shaw says “You can
never tell.”
SOUTH AMERICANS AFRAID OF
NORTH AMERICAN TRUSTS
By CHARLES P. STEWART
(Special to Gateway by United Press)
BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 11).—South
Americans are deeply interested in the
suggestion, referred to in dispatches
from Washington and New York, that
the Sherman law ought not to be en
forced against North American busi
ness houses necking trade on the
southern continent.
South America ts exceedingly fear
ful of trusts and especially of North
American trusts. The people base
their ideas on translations they have
read from newspapers in the United
States. They believe, literally, the
very strongest things they have read
concerning the trust evil. It is doubt
ful if the still uninvaded corner of Bel
gium would regard a German incurs
ion with any more pleasureable antiei
pations than South Americans feel at
the hint that the North American
trusts may get a grip on them.
This apprehension of trusts, in fact,
is a considerable obstacle In the way
of American trade’s progress here.
Consequently this latest suggestion
has not been well received.
South American business men who
think closer pan-American trade rela
tions would be a good thing express
the opinion that the field is so wide
open, while the war lasts, that trust
methods are unnecessary at present.
Their view is that North American
firms would be better to gain a foot
hold by individual effort, before the
European struggle is over, resoiting
to combinations later if they are com
pelled to.
USES MOVIE IN ( HUNCH
COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 10. — The
Rev. Leonard W. Doolan has install
ed moving pictures as part of his Sun
day sermons at First Baptist church.
He said today he did it because he
“long ago recognized the divine de
sign in making the eye 80 times as
large as the auditory nerve,” thus
“turning people’s eyes into ears.”
“The movies get the people,” said Dr.
Doolan, “and why shouldn’t the church
use modern methods? The movies
have added two fold to the church* at
tendance. They are a great drawing
card.”
Oyster Cocktails at “The Branch.”
1 - ■■■—■ ———
Carpenters white overall-. Uainters
1 and paper hanger.- overalls and jump
! ers.
I BROWN & HAWKINS, “Quality
First.*’
Heinz’s Fresh BAKED BEANS,
fifteen cents per can.
BROWN & HAWKINS, “Quality
First.”
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
WILSOH&MARSHALL
Election November 7,1916
For Delegate to Congress From Alaska
CHAS. A. SULZER
For Attorney General
GEORGE B. GRIGSBY
For Senator, Third Division
JOHN RONAN
For Representatives, Third Division
THOS. H. HOLLAND
CHAS. McCALLUM
THOS. C. PRICE
FRANK. B. CANNON
For Road Commissioner, Third Division
JAMES E. WILSON
For Attorney General
of Alaska
G ORG: B.GRIGSBY
ELECTION NOVEMBER 7
JOHN RONAN
Democratic Nominee
Territorial Senator
ELECTION NOVEMBER 7
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