E. L. wHlTTEMORE, Proprietor
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS
FOURTH AVE. SEWARD, ALASKA
Stoves and Ranges “
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET STEEL WORK
JOBBING AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY
30-30 Winchester Repeating
Rifles. Manila Rope. Yukon
Sleds-Sleds for Boys and Girls
J. L. GRAFF FOURTH AVENUE. SEWARD. ALASKA
Wholesale Dealers In
HARDWARE AND MINING
MWS21 vV ^2:1 Eirst A vomit'
SEATTLE ..... WASH.
BAY CITY MARKET
fresh Beef, PorK and IVIattoo
Swift s Premium Hams.Bacon Wo ship all our stookon the hoof
and fatten on the sweet jrrass of
and Lard constantly on hand the meadows adjaeent to Seward
Small & Glasbrenner
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MINING AND REAL ESTATE RECORDS
Hecord of Mining Locations, Transfers,
Etc., Hecorded in the Office Of If. S.
.Tames O'Riley, Oct. 8, twd quartz
location notices adjacent to A. (' R\.
Si O'. Morford, October 10, three
tjuartz locations tit Sunny Bay.
.las. Gerdwood, October IT, home
stead at mouth oft ilacer or < row creek.
A. Revel), Alfred Lowell and Win.
Shefller. October 17. eight placer loca
tions, Tonenta creek, near Seward.
John lleadburg, October 18, two pla
cer locations. Sunrise mining district.
M. .1. Merrick. October 21, eight pla
cer locations. <ju; rlz creek, near I ak<
I’iekens anil Snider. October 21 eight
locations on I'oriage creek, a tributur\
of the Susitna river.
\V. .1. Flemin ,. October 22. one liv
tion. I’ortage cr. k.Susitna River.
( has Maehl. <>v i. 21. water loeatiui
on t an\on creek.
S. ,1. Miles. Oct. 22, water locate u
T. Drggett to W. (’.Stull. Lot i'\
Block In. Sow arc consideration s2.i» .
(O. Lambert to W. <'. Stull. Loi
I. Block Seward, eons. t*i2.».0H.
I he hiiist Club
The Whist elub met a> usual \\ eil
nesday evening. Mrs. Voung and Mrs.
Sexton were appointed permanent
committee to select prizes to be award
ed at t he end ot e.idi month.
The entertainers for the evening
were Miss (Jordon and Miss Stokes,
and it goes without saying that they
did their part in a charming manner
and an elegant spread was enjoyed
After card play ing and refreshments,
dancing was indulged in till a late
hour, the general enjoyment was only
marred by the knowledge that one ot
t he members. Mrs. < irace Teeklenburg',
was so soon to sail for Seattle.
The score for the month was not
announced but will Ik* reported at next
Mrs. Sexton and Mrs. McNeiley \'ill
entertain the club next Wednesday
Brown A Hawkins agents for Chase
«V Sanborn's high grade coffee.
Always speak Well of your town, and
it is always u pood plan to say a r.ind
word m those livinp therein. Backbit
ing i> almiphty poor business, and the
man or woniitn who indulges in such '
foolishm s.s seldom escapes the tonpue J
of pos>ip. Ketchikan Journal.
Tin Ihtrnslde was. prior totheSpan
ish war. known as tlit* Rita, a Spanish
im-M-l a ntman. She was the second prize
•■apt 11• I by the Americans. She was
placed hi the transport service undlat
• •r a 11 < • • »'ii for cal ile work:
'I’li p y Merchant who kicks about
ad\i-rt is inp solicitors annoy inp him is
p< iv r i B the same fellow who stands
at h,- 'iai r and hails every passer to .
look his shopworn shoddy poods:
t M in r- iton*t have to. Kxelianpe.
A Roosevelt Sony
Sno ' of poems set to familiar airs
(n il! into the republican national and
> •'< headquarters these days. Ko
v-';* i he mail brought a verse which
tl liter says should be sung to
" Mir1 ( 'olund)ia.” It is a* follows:
R t • \otir banners, hail the chi' I
Cl i r country, great and glorious:
O' n ir party, long victorious:
S ■ nuous always -pressing onward.
E • r watchfiil looking forward'.
V i for hiui who is truly leading.
E uestly all good causes pleading.
L* i our nation come to grief,
T1 id in him our faithful chief.
William Nelson has Accident
On Wednescay iast, William Nelson.
( in'of tin* Nelson Brothers, had 'lie
misfortune to .meet with a had acci
dent which will cause him to keep in
doors for a few days.
Mr. Nelson was hauliutf hay from
the beach when the wayon overturned.
He jumped in the opposite direction
and meet ins; with an obstruction was
badly shaken up and bis face lacerated
It was necessary to take live stitches
in his lower lip on account of a serious
Bids will he received at once for lin
ing. bracing and otherwise improving
the Gateway building on north Fifthi
avenue. Carpenters will please give!
this their attention as the work must j
be done at once. Apply at the office j
or to the editor.
i\ Seward i»
jj Newsstand »
i|\ Stationery ffX
1 Cigars m
(P Fruit W
Sc U R I o sS
ff\ Also an assortment o!
ijli staple patent tiiedieims
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RAILWAY, STEA'il AND ELEC
TRIC RAILWAY SUPPLIES
\V i re Itoiie. Insuli teil Wi it* Hytli •
DumiOr' Minii..r T"oK ;iml K<i is i;;'
GEORGE W. EVANS i CO.
Knom 117. WasliiiHitnn I!At. s .it::*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
JX 'I HE rX(TEl) STATES < < >M
mis-ioner's Court Third Divisio:
of Alaska. Cook Inlet Precinct.
In tin matter of the estate of Fred
Notice i> hereby given that the un
dersigned. C. S. Cartel was appointed
administrator of the estate of Fred
Durig, deeeased. on the 28th day of
October. A. I).. 1*04. by Hon. H. I!
Hildreth, United States Commissioner
and ox-officio Probate Judge of the
above entitled precinct.
All persons having claims agairis*
the said estate are required to present
them within six months from date of
this notice, to me as such administra
tor. at mv office at Hope. Alaska.
C. S. CARTER
Administrator of the estate of Fred
Dlited October 28th. 1004.
S. (). MO R FORD.
Attorney for Administrator
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