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SERMONS UNION SERVICE AT COMMUNITY Dr. Fisher, of the First Christian Church of Seattle, spoke to a good union audience at the Community Christian Church last evening, choos ing his text from the tenth of He brews. He said in part: “Man had vainly striven to reach God until the coming of Christ. Christ made the ap proach possible. In every other re ligion the leaders were striving after God, in Christianity the leader was God manifest in the flesh.* We speak incorrectly when we speak of ‘break ing Gods laws.’ Man cannot ‘break God’s laws, but rather breaks himself against the will of God.’ ” In a sum ming up Dr. Fisher said, “Man’s busi ness in lfe is to grapple with, and get hold of, the will of God.’’ METHODIST CHIRCH “Yokefellows With Christ” was the subject of Rev. Patton at the Metho dist Church Sunday morning. He said: “My text, John 11:28-30, comes from the lips of Christ, spoken to the seventy who had just returned from a preaching tour in which vast multitudes had been met. Jesus under stood the real reason why the throngs had come. The proclamation that the Messiah was at hand aroused a burn ing hope within the hearts of the Jews that their coming king was at hand. The Jews had been compelled to pass under the Roman yoke of servitude. This to them was very galling: so Christ uses their environment and lot to illustrate sin’s slavery to mankind. Christ would lighten their burden by making them strong to endure and overcome. He had willingly taken up the heaviest yoke that the universe had ever known, and was now to walk manfully to his death, even the death of the cross. The author of the He brews (12:2) tells us ‘Let us run with patience the race that is set before us, \ looking unto Jesus, the author and tin- j isher of our faith: who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God* ” Scripps—Gray—Doman Gas Engines We also carry and sell reverse * gears. propellers, shafting, boxes, couplings, ignition outfits of ail kinds, lighting outfits, oils and greases, batteries, carburet ers, tanks, steering wheels, whistles, rowboat motors, fire extinguishers, piston rings of all sizes and the other common gas engiue ane launch accessories. We will secure for you at reg ular retail price or less anything in the line of machinery or ac cessories that we do not carry. Ask your bank or consult Dun or BrsnJstreets a* to our responsibility S. V. B. MILLER 72 Marlon St.. Seattle All Alaska News The gas schooners Puritan a:id Commonwealth, belonging to the Booth Fisheries Co., unloaded 110,(K»0 i pounds of fish in Sitka recently, at the company’s plant. A report at Juneau states that the herring seining crews from Killisnoo are making nightly hauls at Surprise bay and are averaging 1400 barrels of herring each haul. Senator Dan Sutherland, of Ruby, is now engaged in the fishing busine. s in the vicinity of Juneau. He arrived at Douglas recently from the Port Gardner banks with a catch of .3,0( 0 pounds of halibut. * The city assessor of Douglas re cently submitted the tax roll for th s year to the City Council, showing the taxable property in the town to be val ued at $43.4,318, a decrease from last year of $128,1)35. The Cordova Power Company, un der the new management, is planning on giving Cordova a greatly improved electric service, anti with that end in view has acquired from the Cbpper River & Northwestern Railway the strip of land this side of the cable office, between the railroad track and the bay, where a new auxiliary plant will be erected. VV. H. Clement.^, engineer of the steamer Tahlton, operating on the Sti kinc river, fell from the vessel recent ly and was drowned. He is survived by a wife and a week-old baby at New Westminster, B. C. The assessed valuation of the tax able property in the city of Juneau, according to the tax roll recently com pleted, is $3,730,768, and the rate for the year has been fixed at 1(> mills, which will yield the city about $59, 692.28. Capt. Mclntire, commanding officer at Fort Gibbons, has placed orders at Fairbanks for (50,000 pounds of Alaska grown spuds for fall delivery. He will also purchase other Alaska vegetables here for the use of the army posts -o Waterfill and Frailer whiskey al the Branch. -o City Express. Phone Main \22. -<• Meet me at The Branch. ‘PERFORMANCE COUNTS’ MACK TRUCKS “Stand the Gaff’ for any use you put them to. Built in all sizes, from 1 to 7!,2 tons, they offer you just the right truck to suit your particular needs. Send for our booklet telling the interesting story how a 3*2 ton Mack Truck carried a 10-ton load nine miles up a California mountain. Mack Trucks are practical trucks, built to last and to give SERVICE every day in the year. Write us for complete information and prices. T. G. YOUNG Distributor for MACK Trucks 1000 Pike Street, SEATTLE Alaska Agricultural Industrial Fair BHHHHHHHHHHHHHHBIHHHHHHIHHHHHHHHHHflHHHNBMMMHHHBHBHHHHHHB TO BE HELD AT ANCHORAGE, ALASKA All Alaska and her friends Invited m REDUCED RATES ON ALL STEAMERS COAL MINER FOUND DEAD IN DOHERTY MINE Pater Burzio, a miner employed at the Doherty mine at Moose creek, was found dead in a chute in which he had been at work recently, with his safety lamp still burning. Coal gas is be lieved to have caused his demise. Burzio was born at Iviea, and was 27 years of age. -<• If your sweet tooth Is your wisdom tooth you will buy your candy at the Key. tf -* Oyster cocktails at The Branch. -.-— Scratch pads—for school, for your desk, for the counter, for the work room—5c at The Gateway. -<• 2 C. Kodak, Jr., Kodak S12.t>0— Seward Drug Co. -<« Old papers, seventy-five for 10c, at The Gateway. JUST TO REMIND YOU -of —-— Union Pacific System Through Cars between SEATTLE and Chicago Kansas City. Denver San Francisco, Los Angeles Direct Connections for all points East via the Famous COLUMblA RIVER ROUTE. Trains protected all the way —all the time by Automatic Electric "Safety” Signals. H. L. HUDSON. A. G.F.&P.A. SEATTLE NOTICE OF SALE. H. J. Raymond Company, a corpora tion, PiaintiiF, vs. John W. Dudley, Defendant. Notice of Sale. In and by virtue of a Writ of Exe cution issued out of the United States District Court at Juneau, Alaska, in the above entitled cause, and dated the 3rd day of July, 1917, I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of the Defendant in and to the fol lowing real property, to-wit: Lot Twenty-nine (29) in Block Thirty (30) of the Town of Seward, Alaska, as the same appears of record in the Recorder's Office for Kenai Recording Precinct. Notice is hereby given that I will on Thursday, the 23rd day of August, 1917, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that day at the office of the United States Marshal' in Seward, Alaska, sel| all the right, title and interst of the defendant, John W. Dudley, in and to the following real property: Lot Twenty-nine in Block Thirty of the Town of Seward, Alaska, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash, to satisfy said execution and cost. Dated at Seward, Alaska, this 21st day of July, 1917. (Seal) F. R. BRENNEMAN, United States Marshal. By ISAAC EVANS, Deputy. First Pub., July 21. Last Pub., Aug. 18. Serial 01686, Sur. 184 In the United States Land Office, Ju neau, Alaska, May 24,1917. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT NOTICE is hereby given that An drew Grosvold, as assignee of Deborah A. Luthy, being entitled to the bene fits of Section 2300 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and the amendments thereto, has applied to make entry of the lands embraced in United States Non-mineral survey No. 184 situate on Northerly shore of Bird Island, Shumigan Island Group, Dis trict of Alaska, more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Beg. Cor. No. 1 on beach at ordi nary high tide Pacific Ocean, cor. not I set, wit. cor. bears South 1.59 chs., from which wit. cor. top of Twin Rocks bears North 22 deg. 05 min. W.; U. S. L. M. Sur. 184 bears N. 69 deg. 17 min W. 3.61 chs.; thence from true cor. No. 1 South 9.17 chs. to cor. No. 2, thence West 12.91 chs. to cor. No. 3; thence North 14.44 chs. to cor. No. 4, cor. not set, wit. cor. bears South 1.62 chs.; thence from true cor. No. 14 meandering beach Pacific Ocean at ordinary high tide (1) S. 51 deg. 38 min. E. 3.28 chs.; (2) S. 68 deg. 46 min. E. 4.16 chs. (3) S. 74 deg. 49 min. E. 6.72 chs. to cor. No. 1 place of beginning. Area 14.46 acres. Var iation at all corners 20 deg. 00 min. East. Latitude 54 deg. 49 min. 56 sec. i N. Longitude 159 deg. 44 min. 00 sec. W. As additional to original homestead entry of Deborah A. Luthy, widow of Godfrey Luthy, No. 5199 and 5973 en tered at Boonville, Mo„ which said scrip is filed in Juneau Serial 01654. Any and all persons claiming ad versely any portion of the above de scribed tract of land are retired to file with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Juneau, Alaska, their adverse claim thereto under oath, during the period of publication, or withing thirty days thereafter, or they will be barred by the provisions of the Statute. ANDREW GROSVOLD, By NEWARK L. BURTON, Attorney in Fact. First publication June 25, 1917. Last publication Sept. 5, 1917. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the foregoing Notice be published for the stautory period in the Gateway, a newspaper of general circulation, printed at Seward, Alaska, the near est newspaper to said above described claim or survey. C. B. WALKER, Register HOT and COLD DRINKS at THE KEY PHONE MATH I SON 115 Seward Steam Laundry Phone Main 157 Best of Work—Latest Machinery Work Delivered in 24 hours Extra Charge No Charge for Mending Clothes Rough Dry 10c Pound Cleaning and Pressing The RAINIER BUFFET Ashland Block, corner of Broadway and Railroad Ave. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC. The House of Good Service Quality Goods Our Motto For a Good Haircut go to JUNTE Broadway Near Adams JOE RENO MILE 75 ROADHOUSE GENERAL MERCHANDISE GIRDWOOD Everything for Dog Mushers and Travelers Best Roadhouse on the Line Seward « | | Geo. A. Mitchell Cjr'f*! 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