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In all the WEST'
when in Jos Angeles
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150 WITH BATH
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The Lang Stove, horn in
Is tiie Stove for Alaskans.
Hody made of Armeo Hnst
Polished Cooking Surface.
Will hold tire overnight with
wood or coal.
Will hum green wood.
Ask your dealer for a Lang
If he cannot supply you write us.
Our line is complete from the small
est camp stove to the largest hotel
Any sourdough will tell you about the
Lang Stov«. They all know it.
1 F. S. LANG MFG. CO.
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
Seward W ater
John A. Nelson, Manager
Ottice—Bank of Seward Building
loyal order oe moose
Meets every Friday night
at 8 o’clock, A. B. Hall.
M. Horner, F. R. Bigford,
li you are not satisfied. Some
thing new. One and one-quar
ter lbs. in glass jars for
GolJ Medal M ghest Award P. P. I. E.
Sanitary Picked Quality I1 <rst
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Buy a Home in Woodrow
The Beautiful Suburb
WOODROW is located 6% miles from Seward.
The Govt Railroad runs through this beautiful tract.
Woodrow lies near Bear Lake the famous fishing
ground of Seward.
Woodrow may be said to be in the warm belt as the
hills are so situated as to shelter this tract from the winter
Woodrow is situated just this side of the Bungalow
and plotted on the most desirable portion of the Johnson
A tract in Woodrow is equivalent to more than 12 lots
The price is so low that no one can complain.
You can buy a tract of about one third the size of a
block in Seward for $125. — Some fractional tracts arc
selling as low as $25—$50 and $75.
The title is clear—A warranty deed, first handed.
Woodrow is plotted in tracts situated each on a street
and corner on an alley. Each plot is easy to access.
Woodrow is a beautifully wooded tract and a veri
ROM1C & ROMIG are handling this property and
will be pleased to interest you in the best offer for a suber
ban home ever made in Seward.
PHONE ADAMS 48
PHONE ADAMS 93
For Sale at the
SEWARD LIGHT & POWER CO.
Distance between Seattle and Seward and Kodiak, Alaska
Knots llrs. Min.
Seattle to Active Pass . 00 8 30
Active Pass to Seymour Narrows.112 0 30
Seymour Narrows to Alert Pay. 75 6 —
Alert Pay to Queen Charlotte Sound . 40 3 30
Queen Charlotte Sound to Pella Pella. 70 0 30
Pella Pella to Mill Pank Sound . 14 1 30
Mill Pank Sound to Dixons Entrance.104 1G —
Dixons Entrance to Ketchikan . 42 3 30!
Ketchikan to Wrangcl Narrows . 08 8 —
VV'rangel Narrows to Petersburg . 16 1 3u
Petersburg to Juneau .106 0
Juneau to Douglas . 3 15
Juneau to Cape Spencer.108 0
Cape Spencer to Yakutat .130 11
Yakutat to Cape St. Elias.140 12 15
Cape St. Elias to Katalla. 25 2 —
kutallu to Cordova.117 0 30
Cordova to Valdez . <7 G 30
Cordova to Ellamar. 63 4 15
Valdez to Ft., Liscum . 3 15
Valdez to Ellamar . 25
Valdez to Latouche . K4 7 ~
Ellamar to Latouche . 65 5 1*\
liatouche to Seward.62 5 —
Seward to Pt. Graham .138
Pt. Graham to Seldovia. 16 1
Pt. Graham to Kodiak .166 8
Kodiak to Seward.17;» 14 36
Seldovia to llinmna . 60 o
Seldovia to Kenai . '6 6
h onai to Anchorage . 62 5
Anchorage to Goose Bay . 45
Anchorage to Kodiak .2;>5 21
GLACIERS AND POINTS OF INTEREST EN ROI TE
Between Petersburg and Juneau.Patterson & Sumdum Glaciers
Between Juneau and Cape Spencer.Mendenhall and Brady Glaciers j
Between Cape Spencer and Yakutat.La Parouse and Yakutat Glaciers
Between Y'akutat and Cape St. Elias.Malaspina Glacier
Between Latouche and Seward ...Excelsior Glacier
Between Seward and Pt. Graham.Lear Glacier
Between Cordova and Valdez.Columbia and Shoup Glaciers!
Seal Rocks ...;’’G Knots from Seward
Between Seldovia and Anchorage...Iliamna Volcanc
_ - - 1
7 GOODRICH W H I T E
Ijllii BOOTS & SHOESl|
If You weighed 198
lbs. and wore boots
eight hours every day
—and couldn't possibly buy foot
wear that would last a month,—
and then you tried “THpress”
wearing them eight hours a day,
for SEVEN MONTHS, including
Sundays, and even then couldn’t
make them leak—
We guess there wouldn't be 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 PHON ING
daily just how far ahead of ordinary
boots NVhite “Hipress” are.
The onl v hoot made of new tough
AUTO TIRE RUBBER, welded
into ONE SOLID PIECE. The
soles will OUTNVEAlt STEEL!
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
Makers of the Celebrated Goodrich Auto
Tires—'4Beat in the Long Run
j WICKERSHAM GETS SICK
| ON GUGGENHEIM BOA)
Delegate James Wickersham of Al
aska tried once again to be elected to
Congress on an anti-transportation
platform in Alaska, but failed to get
1 the votes. In the old days he control
led the situation and his anti argu
ment met with favor, but the popu
lation is not interested in his personal
grievances because he failed to re- j
ceive a $15,000 a year job from one
of the chief transportation companies.
Failing to do so*he started out in his,
career of rule or ruin. This year he
urged the Interstate Commerce Com
mission on to the game and an effete
young man from the East went North'
to attack the Wickersham windmills.
Transportation men all over the
Northwest are enjoying a good laugh
at Wickersham’s defeat, and the pro
gress of the inquiry. The most im
portant feature of the latter was the
fact that the Canadian lines, which
largely control the situation in South
eastern Alaska deliberately ignored
the Interstate Commerce Commission
summons, as is thier right, and Wick
orsham, therefore, lias placed himself'
in the position of encouraging the
strangulation of American linos, while
the Canadian lines can chuckle over
the situation, continue their operation
as in the past without the slightest
fear of being called to account.
But what is causing the greatest
amusement of all is the fact that
Wickersham and the U. S. Examiner
were among those on board the
Northwestern, coming back from Cor
dova. The boat struck the prettiest
Just received a new shipment of
Swans Down Prepared Cake flour. A
delight to all good cake makers.
Brown & Hawkins, “Quality First.’
Noodle Cafe. Phone Main 111
Tray service ‘23c extra, receives
prompt attention. 8-1—tf
Oyster Cocktails at “Trie Br*nc7i ”
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE TERRITORY OF ALASKA,
JOHN SHERMAN HAYNES,
GUY BELLAMY WHITEHEAD and
GEORGE STEPHEN WHITEHEAD
co-partners doing business as l HE
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 C>urt
for the Territory of Alaska, 1 bird
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., 1916, and answer the complaint of
the above named plaintiff filed in this
cause by which complaint judgment
is sought against you in favor of t» e
plaintiff, for the sum of two thousand
eight hundred twenty-six and20-100
dollars ($2826.20) together with in
terest thereon at the legal rate from
November 5th, 1915, and for costs ol
suit, whicto amount is claimed on ac
count of moneys paid by plaintiff to
the defendants at their request, for
their use and benefit, and advanced
solely upon the promise of the de
fendants to make a proper convey
ance to the plaintiff of the title to the
property known as lots one (1) and
two (2), block ten (10), towniste of
Seward, it being alleged that no con
sideration whatever has passed to the
plaintiff for the amounts so paid, and
that title 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-i
titled cause on October 20th, A. 1).,
1916, by which it is directed that said
summons shall be published in the
Seward Daily Gateway at Seward,
Alaska, once a week lor 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 plaintilT will take
judgment against you for the sum of
two thousand eight hundred twenty
six and 20-100 dollars ($2826.20), to
gether with interest thereon at the
legal rate from November 5th, 1915,
and for the costs of this suit, and for
such relief as the court may deem
WITNESS the Honorable Fred M.
1 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
little gale recorded in the Gulf of
Alaska in the last ten years. State
rooms were smashed in and flooded,
' the boat stood on end and did every
thing that a wicked corporation car
rier could possibly think of. Wicker
sham and Examiner Wilson of the 1.
C. C., were completely prostrated and
the latter, when able to lift his head,
was free to admit that operating
steamships in Alaswa was somewhat
different from Pullman trains in the
south and 20 to 40 cents a hundred for
hauling freight in Alaska is not so
high, all things considered. They
were the limpest pair of investigators
that ever stepped off a steamship at
Juneau, and it is now expected that
Wickersham will file charges showing
that undue influence was exercised
over the Gulf of Alaska to cause them
all this punishment.
And by the way, a telegram from
Juneau stated that Examiner Wilson
bought a ticket to Seattle by a Cana
dian boat. This adds to the gayety.
Railway and Marine News.
COLD I IELI) IN ALASKA
ONE OF CHEAT FKEAKS
Marshall City, the* now gold strike
on the Yukon, eleven miles from An
droasky, is a freak lield, according to
a number of Northern mining men
from Willow Creek, the stream on
which all of the pay has been found -
and $250,000 was taken out during
the past summer—is a geological
curiosity. The paystreak suddenly
breaks oir when the timber line i\
reached from the higher altitudes.
All of the gold i.- above the timber
line. Willow creek i* the only stream
of this character that has ever been
discovered in the North, and, so far as
is known, in the world. A similar
condition is found on a tributary of
Frank Waskey, Alaska’s first dele
gate to Congress, who spent a fortune
trying to induce Congress to pass a
territorial government law for Alas
ka, and subsequently “went broke” at
Nome, is said to have been one of the
biggest winners at Marshall City, his
clean-up for the past summer being
about $40,000 net. Eight paying
claims had been discovered when the
snow began to full and the rivers to
HOT SIMM MIS 01 TLOOK (IOOD
While the exact amount cannot he
determined now, it is estimated by
Sylvester Howell that the output of
the Hot Springs district for the sea
son 1016 will be approximately
000. As the firm of which lie is mem
ber, Howell & Cleveland, carried the
largest opeiations in the Hot Spring
district, as well as in the Tanana
valley, he undoubtedly is in a position
to give a close estimate af the produc
tion. As to next season, Mr:Howell
predicts that the output will be as
large or larger next season, as there
will be a number of new hydraulic
plants in operation.
During the winter there will not
be much work done in the district,
except in a few places where operat
ors will be getting out wood for the
Dresser, breakfast table and elec
tric iron. Must be sold tonight. Ap
ply over Carstens.
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Best cigars and refreshments at
Terminal Bar. See ad. 11-1-tf
Basket ball shoes and athletic suits
Brown & Hawkins, “Quality First.”
Old papers for sale at the “(late
Sundays: Communion Mass at 8:30
Mas* and Sermon at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school after Mass.
Rosary, Instruction and Benediction
at 7:30 p. m.
Weekdays: Daily Mass at 7:30 a.
Daily Mass, 7:30 a. m. In hospital
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