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C. W. PALMER
KNIK, ALASKA Some of Our Specialties: WELLMAN CANNED GOODS RED CLOVER BITTER TIP TOP EGGS SPERRYS FLOURS MARSHFIELD CHEESE And k full line of hardware, stoves, hay and feed Vi) Better (ioods Can Be Bought At Any Price O. W. PALMER, Knik. Alaska ORE TREATED — H. E, ELLSWORTH, Assayer and Chemist A Complete Equipment for Mining 'APWrlPfl anj reJhnical Determinations_OEnCll U* PACIfIC ALASKA NAVIIiAIIQA COMPAKY “THE ADMIRAL LINE" PUGET SOl ND-ALASkA ROUTE Vessels sail trom Seattle every Sunua>. 11 a. m. ADMIRAL WATSON ADMIRAL EVANS ADMIRAL FARRAOUT Extra Service ADHIRAL GOODRICH PUGET SOUND-C A LIEORNI A ROt IE ADfllRAL SCHLEN A DURAL DEWEY SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO s s N ALE S. S. HARVARD RICHARD J. RING WOOD. Manager. WAYNE BLUE. Local Agent Pioneer Hotel F. «. CANNON. Prop. Knik Alaska KNIK’S LEADING HOTEL NO BAR Accommodations for Ninety (»uests Laiye Lenerat Lobby Private Lobby for Ladies Best Kates : : Best Treatment Besi Accommodations CPFTIAI CAI F ECONOMY JARS. PINTS. $1.15 Poz. OlLvl/lL o/tLL •• QUARTS. 1.25 Doz. The B AZAAR "^Variety Store Over the Top of the World by Electric Power The “Olympian*' and the “Columbian," the Milwaukee's crack transcontinental trains, arc now hauled over mountain barriers b> electric power. Take these smooth ridinjf AEL-STEKI* trains and avoid the smoke, soot and cinders incident to steam travel. Wayne Blue. P. A. N.. A. H. McDonald. Alaska Steamship Co., at Seward or A. K. Harris, Travel in if F’ass. Aifeot, Juneau, Alaska Chicago, Milwaukee S St. Paul Railway I I Get “More Money” for your Foxes Black. Silver, Cross, Red, White and Blue, Lynx, Bear, Marten and other Fer bearere collected in year section WHIP YOI’K fi rs DIRECT to "SMI*BERT*’ the larifst Ain **IIM .«!»'««•> Hi NORTH AMERICAN RAW rfRS areHabte-resporsible-safe Fur House with an unblemished rep ItatuS existing for'm «re thana third of a cv sful record of sending bur Shippers prompt^ A ^ D ‘s ). AND PROFITABLE returns. Write tor W»w»otttawpper. the only reliable, accurate market report and pace list published^ Write lor it NOW—It e IREK b A D CUI1RPRT 25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE. A. B. SHUBLK1, 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. Te J. A. bell, L. V. Ray and M. J. Con roy; you und eucli of > ou, your heirs, executors and administrators, are hereby notitied, that, 1, J. b. Slater, one of the owners in the following described Quartz Gold Milling Claims situate in the Moose Pass Alining Dis trict, Keuai Recording District, lhiru Division of the Territory of Alaska and more particularly described as follows, to-wit:—Independence Quartz Miniug Claim, May Flower Quartz Alining Claim, blue Rock Quart* Alining Claim, Fresuo Quartz Alining Claim, Alammoth Quartz Aiming i Claim, Meadow Lark Quartz Alining Claim and Arctic Circle Quartz Aim ing Claim, you above named being in terested iu tlie above described Q iaru Mining Claims and each of them; That 1 have perform id and caused to have performed on said claims and each and every one of them, and have paid for the sauio, the annual as sessment work fur the year loi«>, last past, amounting to the sum of one hundred dollars per claim, making the total amount of said annual assess incut work on **iid claims the sum ot seven hundred dollars all of which 1 have paid, that there is now due and owing to me from you, part of said • assessment woik thereof; which said amount became due and payable to me on the lirst day of January, DJIC. You and each of you and each of your heirs, executors and administrat ors are hereby notified to pay to me, your share of said assessment work on or before Ninety Days after the lirst publication of this notice, to-wit; —Ninety days after the first day of August, 1916 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 >our interests and the whole thereof will be then aud there terminated. In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and seal this 1st day of August, 1916. J. B. SLATER. First publication August 1, 1916. Noodle Cafe. Phone Main 111. Tray service 25c extra, receives prompt attention. 8-1—tf LUMBER! Alaska lumber Marie bv Alaska labor DIMENSION LUMBER in Any Quantity Now DRESSED LUMBER in Any Quantity Soon -THE -- SEWARD SAWMILL CO. A. f. RASMUSSEN, Prop. Phone henai 2 Anderson & Nelson THE TERMINAL RAINIER BEER BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS Try 11$ Once, then You he the Judge . SAFETY FIRST! - Ruhstaller’s Gilt Edge Beer Sacramento. Calif. SERVED AT ALL CAFES The All-Alaska Review 25 Cents the Copy $2.50 per Year in Advance _—----i Subscribe Now lor the Journal that gives you News of All Parts of the Territory of Alaska --—————— NEW LAW IN R EGA RI > TO ALASKA’S INSANE In order to remedy a defect in the CompPed laws, providing for the re lease of Alaska insane, instead of sending them to Morningside sanitari um at Portland, the matter was taken up with the attorney general. After studying over the matter, he submit ted the following bill, with the re quest that congress pass it, thereby1 remedying existing conditions. The bill, as congress is asked to pass it,. and which will remedy the state of affairs, reads: An Act to Amend Section 8t!l of the -< .. SERIAL NO. 02708 DEPARTMENT OK THE INTERIOR. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, Juneau, Alaska, July 25, 1916. SOLDIERS ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD ENTRY BY ASSIGNEE. NOTICE OK APPLICATION TO ENTER. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliut the NORTH ALASKA SALMON COMPANY, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of California, and whose post office address is 110 Market Street, San Krancisco, California, as assignee of Joseph R. Harrignn. administrator of the Estate of Kyhran Horan, deceased, being entitled to the benefits of section 2300 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and amendments thereto, has applied to make entry of that certain | tract of land situated on the East side ol Kvichak Bay near Cai>e Suworof, about 3 miles above the mouth of Nuhnek River, in the District of Alaska, in Latitude 58 deg. 45 min. 45 sec. North, and Longitude 157 deg. 15 mm. t 00 sec. West, and described as U. S. Survey No. 915, and more particularly us follows, to wit: Beginning at Corner No. 1 of said survey, whence U. S. L. M. No. 915 bears S. 9 deg. 89 min. W. 46.81 chs. distant, and witness corn er to said corner No. 1 bears East 1.58 chs. distunt, and from which witness corner Cape Suworof bears S. 12 deg. 58 min. W. miles distant, thence from said Corner No. i East 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. 8. from which witness corner to corner No. 3 bears South 3.53 chs. distant; thence West 7.85 chs. to corner No. 4 M. C.. whem/ witness corn er to said Corner No. 4 bears East 1.45 chs distant; thence by meanders from true corner No. 4 M. C. along the line of meun high w’ater on Kvichuk Buy, S. 34 deg. 56 min. W. 1.90 chs.; S. 55 deg. 56 min. W. 9.88 chs.; S. 21 deg. 14 min. W. 3.50 chs.; S. 32 deg. 24 min. W. 4.67 chs. to Corner No. I M. C.. the place of beginning, contain ing 21.93 acres. As Additional to Homestead Entry No. 144b mude August 26, by Kyhran Horan, at Ioniu. Michigan Land Office, for the S. ‘/j of SE U of Sec. 30. Township 18 North, Range 10 West, containing 80 acres. Any and 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 und the regulations thereunder. It is hereby ordered that this notice be published for the statutory period of 60 days in the SEWARD GATEWAY, a newspaper ot general circulation printed at Seward, Aluska. published nearest the land applied for. C. B. WALKER. Register. First publication August 4, 1916. Last publlcatioii—Otft^^lL^DHJl^^^^^^^^^^ DR. O. J. KEATING Dentist Phones: Ortice Madison *•» lies. Madison 5S Ortice over Punk of Seward HOI KS i» A M. TO f> P. M. DOUGHERTY & ROMIG HEAL ESTATE AGENTS Houses for Rent. Rents Oollected, Lots for Sale. Large Listing. Phone Red 147 Seward. Alaska. J. li. ROMIG, M. D. OFFICE FOUHTII AVENUE Phones: Kesidence Adams 18 Office Adams 03 Hours: 10 to 12 u.m. 2 to 4 p.m. LEON C. BOOKER ATTORNEY AT LAW Bank of Seward Building Phone Madison 81 Fire and Accident Insurance OLD CROW OLD HERMITAGE OLD WINES Blue Ribbon Beer Rainier Beer ONLY MINERAL CABINET WHERE? AT JACK’S J. P. Stotko - Proprietor The Carstens Packing Co, Wholesale and Retail Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry Lard, Hams and Bacon. Butter and Efcfcs Orders from the Westward and Cook Inlet (liven Careful Attention Fourth Ave Seward Seward Steam Laundry HARRY KAWABE, Prop. Fifth Aeenue Phone Main 157 Best of Work-Latest Machinery Work delivered In 24 hours Cleaning and Pressing Flannels and Silks Washed by Hand PRICES REASONABLE L __ Compiled Laws of the Territory of Alaska. He it enacted by the senate and bouse of representatives of the Unit-; ed States of America in congress, as- ( sembled: That Section 831 of the compiled laws of the Territory of Al-, aska as amended by the addition to j the said section, the following lang- j uage, viz: “Whenever any person who has been adjudged insane under the fore going provisions of this section shall, subsequent to the said adjudication and while confined in any jail or cm- j tention hospital in the Territory of, Alaska, evince substantial indications of having become sane or of being re stored to his normal mental condition, the United States marshal in charge; of such jail or detention hospital shall, upon observing such indications or up-1 on being reliably informed of them, notify in writing a United States com missioner of such fact or of the in-j formation brought to his attention,! and the comissioner shall thereupon ! forthwith institute a further or subse-' quent inquiry with respect to such person’s then present mental condition which further or subsequent inquiry shall be conducted in all respects in strict compliance with the foregoing provisions of this section, and if the jury upon further or subsequent hear NOTICK OF CALL FOB BIDS BY' CITY COUNCIL FOB (IB ADI NCI I'ABT OF FIFTH AVKNTK. Bids are called for, for the grading of Fifth avenue, in the town of Sew- j ard, Alaska, between the North mar-1 gin of Adams Street ami the South i margin of Jefferson Street, said grad ing to be done in accordance with the established grade of said street, under the supervision of the city engineer, owners of abutting lots shall have the right to as much surplus dirt, dump od on adjoining lots as they may re-' quire, without extra charge, except that the leveling of said dirt shall be ( done by tin* owner of the lot request-1 ing the dirt dumped thereon. Said, work to be complete within thirty days after contract as awarded, a bond as provided by ordinance will be required. All bids must be filed with the Municipal Clerk on or before eight o’clock 1*. M., Sitka time, October Oth, 1016. By order of the common council. O. H. POEHLMANN, 10-0,—fit. Municipal Clerk. NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS TO CONSTRUCT SIDEWALK BY ORDER OF THE COMMON COUNCIL of the town of Seward, bids are hereby called for, for the construction of a sidewalk, ten feet in width .of lumber, on the east side of Fifth avenue, in the town of Sew ard. Alaska, between the south mar gin of. Adams Street and the north margin of Railroad Avenue, or to con nect with the sidewalk in front of the A. B. Hall; contractor to furnish all material and labor; said work to be done according to the plans and speci fications promulgated by the City En gineer. All bids must be filed with the municipal clerk on or before the hour of eight o’clock P. M., Sitka time, Monday, October 0th, 1016. By order of the common council. 0. H. POEHLMANN, 10-p,—fit. Municipal Clerk. MODERN OFFICES FOR R NT New Van Gilder Block Electric Licht. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water Lavatory in every suite. READY AHOUT OCT. 15th For reservations see W. P. HENRY 4th and Adams Sts. Seward Water and Power Company John A. Nelson, Manager Office-Bank of Seward Building SEWARD, - ALASKA I Y K C S*! Kd*n*>urlfl»* | L. F. I*. & S.. Glasgow. J. M. SLOAN, M. D., C. M. OVER GATEWAY Office flours, I to 3 and 7 to 8 P. M. FOKMKKI.T (»r NOMK. HOTEL SEWARD 511 THIRD AVE. Arctic Club Bldg. SEATTLE. WASH. ZBINDEN BROS.. Props. With Special Weekly Rales J ing shall find the prcson to be sane or to have been restored to his normal conditon, thereupon the commisioner ! presiding at the hearing shall enter an order discharging such person, so found to be sane or to have been re 1 stored to his or her former mental i condition, thereupon the commissioner j voke and annul the warrant thereto ; fore issued requiring such person to j be delivered to and confined in the ! asylum of sanitarium for the can and \ keeping of the insane of the district ' of Alaska." FOREMAN INTENDED TO COMMIT SCICIDE Henry Haun, brother-in-law of Bert Foreman, states that the latter ex pressed the intention of committing suicide before he left Anchorage for Portage bay. SEMI-\YILI> DOGS SEKIOI'S MENACE VALDEZ.—During a conversation with a representative of the Miner recently, Dr. L. If. French, who lias been a resident of the Bristol Bay country for several years, brought up the subject of the terrible conditions now existing there on account of the large number of semi-wild dogs which run at large over the country. Not only are they a detriment t<» the country in preventing the keep ing of more useful animals, but they are a menace to the lives of women and children. Dr. French conducts a government hospital for natives at Kanakanak ami states that he has treated a large number of cases of severe injuries caused by the wolf-like teeth of the - - , savage and vicious half starved dogs of that country. Merely as an illustration the fol : lowing ca^e was described: During the past winter at the Kogi i ung government school one of the : pupils, a little native boy aged eight yours, left the schoolroom for u mo ment and just as he stepped down from the steps at the outer door he was attacked by a band of dogs and almost fatally injured.—Miner. We have the finest lint* of stoves and ranges in Alaska. BROWN & HAWKINS, “Quality First.” — Carpenters white overalls. Painters anil paper hangers overalls and jump ers. BROWN & HAWKINS, “Quality First.” 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, rare to persons requiring medical or surgical treatment. Special attention given to patients requiring gyne cologicai 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 tcntion. Prompt readiness for acci dents, obstretries and emergencies, day or night. For further particulars address, SISTER SUPERIOR. DEMOCRATIC TICKET WILSON & 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 0 ORG: 6.GR1GSBY ELECTION NOVEMBER 7 JOHN RONAN Democratic Nominee Territorial Senator ELECTION NOVEMBER 7 the BROADWAY CAFE THE PLACE OF GOOD EATS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Everything in season and service the very best PRIVATE BOXES FOR LADIES AND PARTIES MURPHY & TAOIN, PR0PR8.