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First-class ironer at Dee Sing’s laun
No. 10 Remington typewriter, good
condition; bargain if sold at once.
Inquire Gateway. tf
Victrola and records, good selection.
Inquire Gateway. tf
For sale Hotel Crist at a sacrifice on
account of illness. Fourth and K.,
An eight horse power Felton water
wheel, never been used. Just the
thing for a small mining plant or
electric generator. Inquire at the
For rent two-ruom furnished house.
$15 per month. See Dougherty J
Meet me at The Branch.
Send a newsy letter home—The
Andy's Express, phone Madison 143.
Mail your letters at The Key.
Proof of labor blanks at the Gate
J. H. ROMIG, M. 0.
Office on Broadway
Residence Third Ave.
Phones: Office, Adams Resi
dence, Adams 48.
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L. R. C. P. 4 L. R. C. S. Edinburgh
L. F. P. 4 S., Glasgow.
J M. SLOAN. M. D- C M.
Van Gilder Building
Office hour#: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Formerly of Nome.
DR. O. J. KEATING
Office over Bank of Seward
Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. ».
Office. Mad. 76 Res.. Mad. 56
I)R. CHARLES DAGGETT
. Stull Building
Office Phone, Adam* 111
Residence Phone, Madison 44
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LEON C. BOOKKK
Attorney at Law
Phone Madison 84
Glaaaea Fitted Lena** Ground
L. O. O. M. 1425
Regular meeting every Friday
night at 8 o’clock in A. B. Hall.
Visiting brothers invited.
Resurrection Lodge No. 7
Meets 8 P. M. every Thursday
Henry Fathers Leon C. Booker
Noble Grand Secretary'
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PIONEERS OF ALASKA
IGLOO NO. 9
meets on 2nd and 4th Saturday
each month, 8 p. ra., Pioneer Hall
Seward Steam Laundry
Phone Main 157
Beat of Work—Latest Machinery
Work Delivered in 24 hours
No Charge for Mending Clothes
Rough Dry 10c Pound
Ctoa&ing and Pressing
COMPLETE LINE OF
JUNEAU. — (Special correspond
ence.)—All Douglas is awaiting the
arrival of F. W. Bradley, of the A'us
ka .kin Mining company, for on his
Ic* isioi. rests the future of the famous j
Treadwell mine, flooded by the caving
1 in of a stope in the “4OO workings.
p R. Bradley, active head of the J
Treadwell, and R. C.. Wayland, gen-!
oral superintendent, view the situation
in an optimistic light. Wayland tie-1
dares that it is not so serious as it
seenvui at first, as the Ready Bullion!
workings are in excellent condition,
anti the situation in the other three
workings which were flooded can be
overcome by engineering.
“Abating the flood m the workings
is by no means an engineering impos
sibility,” said he. “Whether the mine
will be pumped out is entirely a mat
ter of finance. It remains to be de
cided whether the ore in sight and
other conditions existing warrant the
It is generally understood that two
methods of continuing work are open. |
One to build a cofferdam around the
break and the other to abandon the
flooded workings and drive a shaft'
to lower levels than those recently :
worked and take out ore from about
the o,000-foot level on down. The
present workings do not extend below
the 2,700-foot level.
Among the millions of dollars worth
of material lost, either temporarily *
or permanently, in the flooded work-1
ings, Superintendent Wayland mourns
most of all for six new electric loco
motives costing $4,500 each.
TO BE USED ON
Harry Watson, who arrived in Idit
arod recently from the Marshall dis
trict, is reported to have completed
arrangements for operating a Key
stone drill on the lower reaches of
Willow creek, in the Marshall district,
during the coming summer. Shortly
after the opening of navigation, it is
stated, the drill will leave Iditarod in
charge of an expert of the Yukon Gold
The impression has been given wide
publicity that the pay on Willow
creek, from which some $200,000 was
taken last summer, was confined to
five claims only, and the statement
had been made that this ground would
be worked out during the coming sum
This is believed to be erroneous, as
it is claimed that it will take at least
three years to work out what ground
has been opened up already. The be
lief is general in Marshall that the
pay on Willow creek extends far be
low the present workings, as it is not
thought reasonable that such rich de
pos its should end so abruptly.
Options have been obtained on some
twenty-fivg claims on low’er Willow
creek, and these will be prospected,
with a view to dredging operations.
Should the ground prove to contain a
continuation of the Willow’ creek pay
streak it will be of tremendous im
portance to the Marshal camp.—
We carry Symphony Lawn Station
ary the Seward Drug Company.
Andy’s Express, phone Madison 143.
Stamps for sale at The Key.
2 C. Kodak, Jr., Kodak $12.(0
Seward Drug Co.
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Butterkist popcorn for sale at the,
Oyster cocktails at The Branch.
City Express meets all boats and
trains. Phone Maine 122.
Andy's Express, phone Madison 143.
Waterfill & Fraxier whiskey at
A. Mclver, licensed undertaker.
— Kirby in New York World.
RESULTS IN BIG
The result of cleanup week has giv
en Seward a cleaner and more digni
fied appearance and the money ex
pended by tbe city in doing its share
to encourage cleanliness is a good in
vestment. Our city now presents a
pleasing appearance to the eye and
will attract the admiration of strang
ers and warrant their praise.
A PIPE of VELVET is like a good
TV watch-dog. It welcomes fren’ly
thoughts an’ scares off
For heavy, rugged use stand any strair
you care to put upon them. For heavy
construction and haulage; for all-round
utility; for satisfactory service from
r-W Seven thousand MACK Trucks in daily service
testify to MACK quality. 1 have sold over tTo.OOO
worth of MACK Trucks in the Picnic Northwest
since January 1— everyone of them earning money for
the owner every dav.
There’s a MACK Truck for every purpose. All
sizes from ) to 7 1-2 tons. While you arc about it get
a truck that is a RBAL TRUCK. Write for our in
T. G. YOUNG
Distributor for MACK Trucks
100 I»ikc Street SEATTLE
C. W. PALMER
SOME OF OUR SPECIALTIES:
WELLMAN CANNED GOODS TIP TOP EGGS
RED CLOVER BUTTER SPERRY’S FLOURS
AND A FULL LINE OF
Stoves, Hay and Feed
No Better Goods Can Be Bought At Any Price
G. W. PALMER,
GEORGE SEXTON. Proprietor
Hotel in the City
Local and Long Distance Phones
Modern Bath Rooms Rates Reasonable
COAL MINERS’ and COLD MINERS’ SUPPLIES
Doors and Windows
IX L Parlor Heaters
Air Ti*ht Heaters
I*. Si B. Paper
Mall hold Kootiruj
Marine Engine Oil
Can Engine Oil
Phone Main 8/ J. L. GRAEF Seward, Alaska
SEWARD WATER and POWER COMPANY
* JOHN A. NELSON, Manager
Office—Bank of Seward Building
DOUGHERTY & ROMIG j
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Houses for Rent Rents Collected
Lots for Sale Large Listing
Rhone Red 147 Seward. Alaska
Phone Madison 82
Excels in good Bakery Goods
Give Them a Trial
ALASKA WEEKLY POST
Oft the press Saturday. Order now. Ten cents per
copy. Better than letters.
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