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Household furniture for sale. In
quire at Gateday.
LOT and furnished house on Hrst ave.
north of Adams str. Sec owner at
EXPRESS WAGON, cheap, for use
with dog. Apply Gateway. 26-3t
An eight horse-power Pelton water
wheel, never been used. Just the
thing for a small mining plant or
electric generator. Inquire at the
Victrola ami records, good selection.
FOR SALE—5-room modern house.
and lot), completely furnished; now
renting for $25 per month, t. w. Imo
POSITION Ml % N rED
Wanted house work or cooking by day
or hour. Inquire Gateway.
WANTED -Two girls for laundry
work. Dee Sing Laundry. 2G-f.t
FURNISHED apartments for rent. In
quire Brosius & Noon.
Six room furnished house for rent. In
quire Seward Drug Co.
FURNISHED HOUSES and cabins
for rent. See Dougherty & Stew
Mining location blanks at the Gate
Proof of labor blanks for sale at
J. H. ROMIG, M. D.
Office on Broadway
Residence Third Ave.
Phones: Office, Adams 93; Resi
dence, Adams 48.
L. R. C. P. & L. R. C. S. Edinburgh
L. F. P. & S., Glasgow.
J M. SLOAN, M. D.. C. M.
Van Gilder Building
Office hours: 1 to 3 and « to 8 p. m.
Formerly of Nome.
DR. O. J. KEATING
Office over Bank of Seward
Hours: 9 a. tn. to 5 p. n%.
Office, Mad. 76 Kes., Mad. 58
Glasses Filled Lenses Ground
L. 0. 0. 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
Nbble Grand Secretary
PIONEERS OF ALASKA
IGLOO NO. 9
meets on 2nd and 4th Saturday
each month, 8 p. in., Pioneer Hall
JUST TO REMIND YOU
Union Pacific System
between SEATTLE and Chicago
Kansas City. Denver
San Francisco. Los Anaeles
Direct Connections for all
points East via the Famous
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE.
Trams protected all the way
—all the time-by Automatic
Electric “Safety" Signals.
H. L. HUDSON. A. C. F. & P. A.
U. S. RAILROAD RECORD
^ 0I | All the news of the line front Seward to Fairbanks* No. 51
That the Matanuska section is to
become one of the greatest farming
sections of Alaska, is the assertion
of Dr. C. C. Georgeson, head of the
Alaska Experimental Hureau.
“There are hundreds and hundreds
of homesteaders in the valley and all
of the available surveyed land has
been taken up,” Dr. Georgeson said.
“The great drawback is the lack of
roads. The land is rolling and the
soil is as good on top of the hills as
in the valleys, but the farmers are
forced at the present time to build
their own roads ami that is so ex
pensive that it is prohibitive.
“That valley will make a wonder
ful community, but it will bo absolute
ly necessary for the farmers to have
roadways before they can develop the
The experimental farm is located on
a tract of 880 acres near Matanuska
Junction and .”8 miles from Anchor
age. Dr. Georgeson arranged for the
necessary lumber for the erection of
buildings and for the clearing of the
“The land is heavily timbered and
the soil is a silt loam which is very
rich,” continued Dr. Georgeson.
If your sweet tooth is your wisdom
tooth you will buy your candy at the
City Express meets all boats and
trains. Phone Maine 122.
Andy’s Express, phone Madison 143.
When you want an engine for a
“gas boat” or anything in the line
of accessories or fittings for one,
send us an order and try out our
thorough knowledge of the busi
ness, get to know our prompt ser
vice, our interest in your behalf
(we do not pack a hundred pounds
in three boxes), and you will then
understand why our service to
Alaska purchasers (where the dis
tance from shipping point makes
absolute correctness in filling or
ders so vitally imporatnt) is fam
ous all over that territory.
S. V. B. MILLER
72 Marion St. Seattle
We have been here 10 years.
Two contracting lirms finished their
grading units during the period: Ha
rich & Co. and Pappadis & Co. Two
other contractors will complete their
sections within a week ending June
KarginolT & Co and Lanoflf & Co.,
grading contractors, have established
camps on their work, between Camp
187 and Camp 195 . Eli Barich & Co.,
who recently completed a contract on
the Manatuska Branch, have been
awarded a contract for grading be
tween the Kashwitna and Sheep
Creek. The balance of the work
north of the Kashwitna will be cov
ered by stationmen within ten days,
since it is now possible to land supplies
by boat at Camp 201.
Piledriver crew Xo. 1 was engaged
in driving the last structure on Resi
dency No. 9 at the close of the week.
After this work has been completed
the crew will move ahead to the struc
ture at Station X-6624.
Piledriver crew No. 2 will be estab
lished at Sheep Creek immediately
upon its arrival by boat from Anchor
High water in the Matanuska River
washed out a part of the wagon road
just north of King during the week,
making the hauling of freight imprac
ticable. A force of laborers was im
mediately set to work repairing the
Episcopal C hurch Services
Services Sunday, July 8th, the Oth
Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Communion and sermon at
11 A. M.
Evening service and sermon at 7:30
GEORGE JOHN ZINN,
Minister in Charge.
2 C. Kodak, Jr., Kodak $12.00—
Seward Drug Co.
Waterfill & Frazier whiskey at
Proof of labor blanks at the Gate
Andy’s Express, phone Madison 143.
We carry Symphony Lawn Station
ary the Seward Drug Company.
* Legal blanks at the Gateway.
HAVE BEST LUCK
Commission boats on the Susitna
river have handled most of the sup
plies to Talkeetna this spring, accord
ing to Walter DeLong, general store
keeper. Independent boats have met
with all kinds of reverses in their at
tempts to navigate the river this
spring, and Talkeetna has received as
its total freight offering from inde
pendent boats one box of oranges.
The B. & B. boats No. 1 and 3,
which are handling the traffic from
Kroto to points beyond, are doing ex
cellent work carrying not only Com
mission, but privately-owned freight.
On a recent trip of the No. 3, it car
ried 48 tons of freight and 25 passen
gers and their baggage to Indian river
and then went live miles further pros
Waterfill and FrazTer whiskey at
In the District Court for the Territory
of Alaska, Third Division.
Reginald Kerr, Plaintiff, vs. Margaret
P. Kerr, Defendant. Summons.
In the Name of the President of the
United States of America, To the
Above Named Defendant, Margaret
P. Kerr, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned and
commanded to be and appear in the
District Court for the Territory of
Alaska, Third Division, and answer
the complaint of the plaitniff within
thirty days after the (late of the ser
vice upon you of this summons, and a
copy of said complaint, and you are
hereby notified that should you fail
to appear and answer said complaint,
the plaintiff will take judgment
against you for a decree of absolute
divorce upon the ground of wilful de
sertion for more than two years next
preceding the date of the commence
ment of said action.
This summons is issued for personal
service upon you outside of the Terri
tory of Alaska in accordance with ap
order for publication of summons
herein entered on the 2nd day of July,
1917, by which it is directed that the
summons be published in “The Seward
Gateway,” a newspaper published at
Seward, Alaska, at least once a week
for six consecutive weeks, but also
provides that personal service by a
copy of summons and complaint upon
said defendant, Margaret P. Kerr,
outside of the Territory of Alaska
shall be equivalent to the publication
thereof and depositing in the Post Of
WITNESS, the HONORABLE
FRED M. BROWN, Judge of the above
entitled court, this 2nd day of July,
in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and seventeen and of tho
year of our Independence the one
hundred and forty-first.
(Seal) ARTHUR LANG,
By JOHN B. MILLER,
Pub. July 7, 14, 21, 28; Aug. 4.
11, 18, 25.|
How Easy It Bends—
—that sole of ‘ ‘ H ipress* ’ — the won
derful rubber footwear that’s
molded in one solid piece.
‘Ilipress” is made by the new
High Pressure Process — a Good
rich invention and the greatest im
provement of footwear making of
This process leaves the rubber in
the finished boot springy—live —
flexible. The sole bends freely and
comfortably with your foot. Yet
this rubber is so everlastingly tough
that it Actually Outwears Steel 1
That means no more half-soles
and hobnails—no more repair bills!
He sure to get the genuine. Look
for the “Red Line ’Round the Top.”
“Ilipress” is made only by
THE B.F. GOODRICH COHPANY
Makers of the Celebrated Goodrich Automobile Tires—“Beit in the Long Run’*
RUMWBOOTS *no SHOES
with the RED LINE 'round the top
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, KMK, ALASKA
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 Tight Heatvrs
P. & B. Paper
Marine Engine Oil
Gas Engine Oil
Oil Stoves •
Phone Main 87
J. L. GRAEF
SEWARD WATER and POWER COMPANY
JOHN A. NELSON, Manager
Office—Bank of Seward Building
DOUGHERTY & ROMIG
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Houses for Rent Rents Collected
Lots for Sale Large Listing
Phone Red 147 Seward Alaska
Rubber Boots, Pacs and Rain Coats
Shoes and Clothing (or Nen at
ALASKA WEEKLY POST
Oft the press Saturday. Order now. Ten cents per
copy. Better than letters.
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