0. W. PALMER
KNIK, ALASKA I
SOME OF OUR SPECIALTIES: j
WELLMAN CANNED GOODS TIP TOP EGGS I
MARSHFIELD CHEESE I
RED CLOVER BUTTER SPERRY’S FLOURS I
And a full line of I
HARDWARE, STOVES, HAY AND FEED 9
An Setter Goods Can Be Bought At Any Price I
G. W. PALMER, _ KNIK, ALASKA |
Notwithstanding all the hard luck we have experienced
- s nee our arrival in Seward, we are still deter
uiiiHHl to stay with the city and give the people ot bewaru
tin* U'st on the market in the way ot
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, Etc.
ARE NOW IN OUR NEW HOME
|r ♦ |n* Ashland lthvk. corner ot I .roadway and Railroad
THE RAINIER BUFFET
THE HOUSE OF GOOD SERVICE.
QUALITY GOODS OUR MOTTO
The All-Alaska Review
the palace bar
SHERMAN HAYNES, PROPS _
Service Best Liquors
Pool and Billiards
Cafe and Lunch Counter in
H. E. ELLSWORTH, Assayer and Chemist
A Complete Equipment for Mining AlriSkl]
and Technical determinations QvTtIHU* rliUOlUI^
F. B. CANNON. Prop.
KNIK’S LEADING HOTEL
Accommodation for Ninety Gue9ts
Large General Lobby
Private Lobby for Ladie9
BEST RATES-BEST TREATMENT
Fine Job Printing at the Gateway Office.
Take the “MILWAUKEE"
On your next trip to the East
Electrification of its main line over the backbone of the
Continent has eliminated all s«'ot, Muoke and cinders
permitting an unobstructed view of the magnificent
panoramas through the Hitter Hoots und Hockies.
I Wayne Blue. 1\ A. N„ A. H. McDonald Alaska Steamship Co.,
A. E. Harris, Traveling Pass. Agent, Juneau, Alaska
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
| in the united states com.
.. MISSION ER*S C OURT IN AND
FOR THE TERRITORY OF ALAS
KA. THIRD DIVISION, UNGA
PENINSULA PRECINCT, AT
In the Matter of the Estate
of J. P. Fratus, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of J. P. Fratus, deceased, to the
' creditors of, and all persons having
claims against, the said deceased to
exhibit them, with necessary voucher*.,
within six months after the first pub
lication of this notice, to the said ad
ministrator, at his residence, in the
town of Unga, Alaska, the same be
ing the place for the transaction oi
the business of said estate.
Administrator of the Estate of J
I*. Fratus, deceased.
First publication Nov. 10, 191G.
Last publication Dec. 8, 1P1G.
- SAFETY FIRST! - j
Sacramento, C alif.
SERVED AT ALL CAFES
Anderson & Nelson
RAINIER BEER ' |
BtST BRANDS Of CIGARS
Try Us Once, then You be the Judge
■ ' " —« ' ~ TSSSSS
LEON C. BOOKER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bank of Seward Building
Phone Madison 84
Fire and Accident Insurance
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE TERRITORY OF ALASKA,
JOHN SHERMAN HAYNES,
GUY BELLAMY WHITEHEAD and
GEORGE STEPHEN WHITEHEAD
co-partners doing business as THE
WHITEHEAD REALTY &. IN
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA SENDS
GREETING TO THE ABOVE
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in the District Cjurt
lor the Territory of Alaska, Third
Division, within thirty days after the
completion of the period of publica
tion of this summons: to-wit: within
thirty days after December 23rd, A.
D., 11)16, and answer the complaint of
the above named plaintiff liled in this
cause by which complaint judgment
is sought against you in favor of tie,
plaintiff, for the sum of two thousand
eight hundred twenty-six and20-lU0
dollars ($2820.20) together with in
terest thereon at the legal rate from
November 5th, 1915, and for costs of
suit, which amount is claimed on ac
count of moneys paid by plaintiff to
the defendants at their request, for]
their use and benetit, and advanced
solely upon the promise of the de
fendants to make a proper convey- \
anee to the plaintiff of the title to the
property known as lots one (1) and
two (2), block ten (10), towniste ol
Seward, it being alleged that no con
sideration whatever has passed to the
plaintiff for the amounts so paid, and
that titie has not been passed from
the said defendants to the said plain
tiff, according to the alleged agree
ment existing between the parties.
THIS SUMMONS is published pur
suant to the order of the above en
titled cause on October 20th, A. 1).,.
1910, by which it is directed that said
summons shall be published in the
Seward Daily Gateway at Seward,
Alaska, once a week for six consecu
tive weeks, the dates of the first and
last publication are hereto appended.
You are further notified that unless
you so appear and answer within the
time prescribed, the plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum ol
two thousand eight hundred twenty
six and 20-100 dollars ($2826.20), to- j
gether with interest thereon at the I
legal rate from November 5th, 1915, '
and for the costs of this suit, and for j
such relief as the court may deem
WITNESS the Honorable Fred M.
Brown, Judge of the above entitled
court this 21st day of October, A. D.,
By T. P. GERAGHTY,
Date of first publication: November
Date of last publication: December
Noodle Cafe. Phone Main 111
Tray sendee 25c extra, receive*
prompt attention. 8-1 tf
GOODRICH WH I T E
: uLV BOOTS S' SHOES/; «/
If You weighed 198
lbs. and wore boots
eight hours every day
—and couldn't ]>ossil)ly buy foot
wear that would last a month,—
and then you tried “Ilipress’*
wearing them eight hours a day,
for SEVEN MONTHS, including
Sundays, and even then couldn t
make them leak—
We guess there wouldn't he any
question in future as to what boots
The wearer described above is
Hans Jensen, pumpman, Lead
ville, Colo., and he is just ONE of
thousands of miners PRO\ ING
daily just how far ahead of ordinary
boots White “Hipress” are.
The onlv boot made of new tough
AUTO TIRE RUBBER, welded
into ONE SOLID PIECE. The
soles will OUTWEAR STEEL 1
Watch out for imitations — the
genuine has a
RED LINE ’round the top!
Sold by over 38,000 dealers
—■ ■■ ■ -■ —=•"«
Make the next pair of rubber
overshoes for your wife
or the kiddies
Double the wear
in every pair
The B. F. Goodrich Company
Factories: Akron, Ohio
Maker* of tho Celebrated Goodrich Auto
Tire*—* ’Beat in the Long Bun”
PREFERRED TO DIE
THAN MUSH TO NOME
Reports from Candle state that a
coroner’s jury appointed to determ
ine the facts in connection with the
death of Clyde Kenyon, who was
found shot in the Inmaehuk some
days ago, presumably through the
accidental discharge of a shotgun
while on a hunting trip, have returned
a verdict to the effect that the de
ceased met his death through gun
shot wounds self inflicted while in a
state of temporary insanity.
Recent arrivals from Candle state
that there is little doubt that Ken
yon committed suicide owing to an
unexplainable dread of making the
trip from Candle to Nome overland.
Friends of the deceased state that
Kenyon had a very trying experience
while crossing the peninsula several
years ago and arrived in Candle in a
very bad physical state. Since that
time he has suffered with a veritable
obsession regarding the overland
This peculiar delusion had obtaineo
such a hold over the young1 man that
lie decided to stay in Candle last
winter rather than come to Norn*
overland after the Silver Nl.ive ha<
failed to reach Kotzebue sound last
fall. During the present summer he
is said to have frequently referred to
Ids dread of the trail while conversing
with friends.—Nome Nugget.
Old papers for sale at the ' Cate
Oyster Cocktails at '‘Trie Hr*nd» ’
1 OLE) CROW
! Oil) mi AGE
| OLE) WINES
Blue Ribbon Beer
Rainier Beer ;
1 <>N| \ MINERAL CABINET j
WHERE? AT |
i J. P. Stotko - Proprietor ?
I Seward Steam Laundry!
X IIAUIIV K AW ABF., l’l-op. ft
g Fifth Avenue Phone Main 157 g
8 Best of Work—Latest Machinery 0
X Work Delivered in 21 hours X
xCleaning and Pressing 9
X Flannels and Silks 8
8 Washed bv HandC
prices reasonable X
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.
BROADWAY AVE. SEWARD j
John A. Nelson, Manager
Oftice—Bank of Seward Building
511 THIRD AVENUE
Arctic Club Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
ZBINDEN BROS., Props.
With Bath $1.50. Special Weekly Rate
Post-Intelligencer: It has become
: apparent that a new musical inatru
i ment, the ukulele, has invaded the
American market with some promise
! of a permanent place in the public
regard. Those who have not at
tempted harmony upon it may have
speculated upon its source. A. I*.
Taylor, a correspondent of the fed
eral department of commerce, has
given some information on that point.
The ukulele was first produced by
a Portuguese at Honolulu, Hawaiian
islands. It was a popular vehicle of
music in the islands long before it in
vaded the American market. The
mainland public took to it readily,
and now there is a demand far be
yond the productive capacity.
Mr. Taylor tells us that on Sep
tember 1, 11)15, the ukulele factories
of the islands were turning out 500 oi
(500 instruments a month.. A year
later the production had increased to
1,000 a month, and the orders from
mainland music dealers were far from
being all filled. Last month a com
1 pany was organized in Honolulu to
manufacture 2,000 ukuleles a month
The ukulele is made principally of
the native koa wood. The peculiat
tone produced is said to bo obtained
only from well-seasoned koa wood,
LOYAL OKDKR OF MOOSK
Meets every Friday night
at S o’clock, A. 1». Hall.
M. Horner, F. R. Rig ford,
_ in ■■ i ------—
ATLAS JUNK CO.
Wholesale and retail dealer*, in
ALL KINDS OF .11*NK
Hovers of MetaLRubber, ManilaKepe
Sacks. Machinery, Pipe, Hides.
Furs and Hot tU >
1043 R. R. Avi. So and 8aro#ls. SEATTLE. WASH.
properly prepared and fitted. The
island prices, per instrument, range
from $2.75 to $20, the higher priced
product being heavily beaded.
The new industry is practically
centralized in Honolulu, and promises
to be an important business asset.
With the new companies forming, the
output during the coming year is es
timated at 40,000.
Household furniture. Must go
quick. Apply over Carstens.
Long distance telephone OOOtb at
1 he branch.
desires to acquaint the general hospi
tal interiytci of this country with the
facilities of this institution for giving
the latent 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
Home Made Mince
Christmas Cakes Made to Order
Get“More Money" for your Foxes
Black. Silver, Cross, Red, White and Blue, Lynx.
Bear, Marten sud other f ar hearers collected in your section
SHIP Yorit Frits DIHKCT to "SUCHKRT "the IJigrsj
house In the Wot Id dealing exclusively in WORTH AMERICAN R4VV HkS
a reliable—responsible—sate Fur House with an unblemished r. p
utation existing :or "more than third o' a eetitury . al "V si;.
tvssful record of sending Fur.Shippers prompt.•‘'A » lsi*Al M >K \
AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for CtK fcbubtrMWiippff.
the only reliable accurate market report and pr. ehst pu.'hshe..
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A. D. brlUDLK 1 , Inc. [y,.pt 73 CHICAGO.U S A.
\ Call and see our Line Before
l Making Your Selection
I SEWARD DRUG COMPANY
< SUCCESSORS TO THE ALASKA PHARMACY
g SEWARD ALASKA
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 & TADIN, PROPRS.
GEO. A. MITCHELL, Proprietor
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Phone Adams 119
fine Roast Turkey, Home Made Cranberry
Sauce, Home Made Mince Meat Pie
SILVER AND CUT CLASS
George the Jeweler
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