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FOR SALE—5-room furnished house and bath; cheap; terms. See Dough-1 crty. 020 FOR SALE FOR SALE—One 32-volt, direct cur rent *4-horsepower motor; never used. Built especially for Deleo system. Price, $30. C. F. Peterson. Anchorage. Alaska. 01$ Proof of labor blanks for sale at Gateway. -* 2 C. Kodak. Jr., Kodak $12.00 Seward Drug Co. — ■ ■ ■ — ■ • —— — Long distance telepnone booth at The Branch. -— NEW shipment of gasoline and kero sene. Kerosene at $1.75 a can. Just received at Brown & Hawkins. tf -^ City Express. Phone Wain 122. I ANTON JOHANSEN Seldovia, Alaska First-class merchandise at rea sonable price** prompt service. HOT and COLD DRINKS at THE KEY PHONE MATH I SON 115 Seward Steam Laundry Phone Main 157 Beat of Work—Latest Machinery Work Delivered in 24 hour* Kxtra Charge No Charge for Mending Clothes Rough Dry 10c Pound Cleaning and Preaaing Seward % 11 Geo' A Mitchell \jf*l 1 | Proprietor t >l»en l)ay and Ni&rht Phone Adams 111* Service Cleanliness Private Boxes for Ladies or Parties SEWARD SAW MILL CO. Good Rough Lumber of all kinds $30 and up per thousand, delivered. TELEPHONE; KENA12 WE PAY— 8 l-2c pound for lead. $2.75 a hundred for rags. $33 ton for cast iron. 27 l-2c pound for copper. 5c pound for rope. 18c pound for brass. 7 l-2c pound for rubber. 27c doz. for beer bottles. ATLAS JUNK CO. 1013 R. R. Ave. S*>., Seattle. We carry Symphony Lawn Station ery. Seward Drug Company. -* Oyster cocktails at The Branch. ___ ~ * Ask your grocers for Seward Bakery Bread. NOTICE OF SALE H. J. Raymond Company, a corpor ation, vs. John W. Dudley, ss. In and by virtue of an Alias Writ of Execution issued out of the United States District Court at Juneau, Alas ka, in the above entitled cause, and dated the 13th day of September, 1917, 1 have levied upon all the right, title and interest of the defendant in and to the following real property, to-wit: Lot Twenty-nine (29) in Block Thirty (MO) and Ix>t Thirty-nine (39) in Block Twenty (20) of the Town of Seward,! Alaska, as the same appears of record in the Recorder's Office for Kenai Re cording Precinct, Alaska. Notice is hereby given. That I will1 on Friday, the 20th day of October, 1917, at il o’clock in the forenoon of that day, at the office of the United States Marshal, at Seward, Alaska, sell all the right, title and interest of the defendant John W. Dudley, in and to the following real property: Lot Twenty-nine (29) in Block Thirty (30); Lot Thirty-nine (39) in Block Twenty (20) of the Town of Seward, Alaska, at public auction to the high est and best bidder fo»* cash, to satisfy said execution and cost. Dated at Seward, Alaska, this 2t>th dav of September, 1917. F. R. BRENNEMAN, U. S. Marshal. By ISAAC EVANS, Deputy. Published Sept. 2(i; Oct. 4, 11, IS, 2'». KATMAI SAFE FOR AGES IS LATE REPORT SEATTLE, Oct. 1, (By Mail).— Flaming Mount Katmai, one of the world’s greatest volcanoes which with a roar that made the earth trc-mole for many miles, spit fire and ashes into the heavens, burying Kodiak Isl and under a foot of volcanic ash, is as docile as a lamb and there probably will never be a repetition of the erup tion of June, 1912, at least far thous ands of years, according to Dr. Rob ert F. Griggs of Ohio State Univer sity, head of the National Geographic Society’s expedition, which returned from the volcanic district last night aboard the steamship Admiral Evans. “The safety valves aro wide open and the earth is letting off steam and gases from literally millions of active vents in a space of about 100 square miles, making a violent eruption such as occurred in 1012 impossible,” said Dr. Griggs this mornfng. “We named this district the Valley of the Ten Thousand Smokes, and so informed the National Geographic So ciety. This valley is one of the won ders of the world, for instead of the 10,000 smokes there are literally mil lions of fissures in an area of about 100 square miles. “The entire volcanic district has completely recovered from the erup tion of 1912, and the ash has practi cally disappeared. I predict that in a few years volcanic ash will be a great curiosity in that district of Alas ka. There is practically no ash on Kodiak Island, and vegetation has re covered completely from the effects of the eruption.” Greatest Crater on Earth Dr. Griggs said the survey made by the exploration party proves that Katmai is the greatest crater on the face of the globe, being more than nine miles in circumference and 3, 600 miles deep. The party also dis covered a mud flow seventeen miles long and mapped 1,600 miles of un charted territory. Two thousand pho tographs of the great volcano and the contiguous territory were obtained, and a collection of plants, insects, birds and geological data made by the THE GATEWAY «] IS HIE BEST EQUPPED OEEICE IN ALASKA Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Counter Slips Hotel Note Heads Envelopes Business Cards Dodgers Posters Programs Dance Tickets Invitations Visiting Cards Tally Cards Announcements At Home Cards Individual Stationery Loose Leaf Sheets Legal Blanks Catalogs Magazines Special Checks for business men Special Forms for Business Houses In fact, anything you may wish in the way of printing. If you are planning new stationery or special forms of any kind we are at your service. ' PHONE. MAIN 71_ PRINTING Of THE BETTER-KIND explorers. Gases from the vents or fissures were also obtained for chem ical analysis. “We made our headquarters in Ko diak, going over to the mainland in the power schooner Hunter,“ said Dr. Griggs. “Our party spent twelve weeks at the crater of Mount Kat mai. We also spent four weeks in the Valley of the Ten Thousand Smokes." Prior to the eruption of Mount Kat mai in June, 1012, practically nothing was known of this Alaskan volcanic area. The eruption was in the nature of an explosion and was one of the 'greatest in the history of the world. 11 is estimated that the quantity of material thrown from the Katmai cra ter was as great as that which result *d in the projection of the Island of Kra katao out of the hod of the Pacific Ocean. The expedition sailed from Seattle May 28, going direct to Kodiak. The party includes Dr. Robert F. Griggs, j Ohio State University, head of the ex-, pedition; James S. Hine, Ohio State| University, zoologist; C. F. Maynard, a member of the National Geographic Society, Washington, I). C.. who is the topographer of the party; J. W. Ship ley, chemist; D. B. Church, Ohio State University, photographer; Jasper I) Sayre and Paul R. Hagelbarger, Ohio State University, assistant botanists. — 4 GERMANS TO DEPORT FOREIGNERS BECAFSE OF FOOD SCARCm AMSTERDAM, Oct. «. (Delayed) —The Telegram says a bill is being prepared in Berlin authorizing the German government, in view of tin scarcity of foodstuffs, to remove from the country all foreigners not employ-] ed in war industries. The bill prob- | ably will be enforced within a month, j -H CHARGED WITH FRAUD JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Oct. C. (Delayed).—Former Warden McClung; of the Missouri penitentiary was ar-j rested today on two indictments charging conspiracy to defraud the State. JlIXiK K.VKIN DIES SALEM, Ore., Oct. 6, (Delayed).— Judge Robert Eakin. aged (ill years, •k for ten years a member of the Oregon Supreme Court, is dead at his home here after an illness of several years. Andy’s Express, phone Madison 143. -.-•> Get your Steel Cable at Graef’s. tf. Serial 01301, aras-vey 730. In the United States Land Ollice, Ju neau, Alaska, May 24,1917. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT NOTICE is hereby given that John H. Olson and Ned Olson, partners un der the name of Olson Brothers, as, assignee of Ezra Bartholomew, being entitled to the benfits of Section 230b 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-min eral Survey No. 730, situate on right bank of King Salmon Creek about 21/2 miles above its confluence with Kvichak Bay, Alaska, more particu larly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning M. C. cor. No. 1 on beach King Salmon Creek at average high tide, cor. not set, wit. cor. rock in ground marked W. C. Cor. No. 1, S. 730, bears West 2.05 chs. dist.; saltery building bears N. 14 deg. 10 min. E. 1.77 chs.; S. W. Cor. wharf bears N. 47 deg. 08 min. E. 1.46 chs.; thence West 4.24 clis. to cor. N®. 2 rock set in ground marked S. 730 cor. No. 2; thence North 7.75 chs. to cor. No. 3 an iron pipe set in ground marked S. 730 Cor. No. 3 from whence U. S. L. M. 730 bears S. 70 deg. 33 min. E. 3.99 chs.; Johnson's Hill bears S. 5 deg. 26 min. W.; thence East 9.08 chs. to cor. No. 4 an iron pipe set in ground marked S. 730 cor. No. 4; thence South 2.15 chs. to M. C. Cor. No. 5, cor. not set, wit. cor. a rock in ground marked S. 730 Cor. 5 W. C. bears North 1.00 chs.; thence meandering beach King Salmon Creek at ordinary; high tide (1) S. 25 deg. 26 min. W. 1.61 chs.; (2) S. 48 deg. 59 min. W. 3.83 chs.; (3) S. 37 deg. 42 min. W. 2.06 chs. to M. C. Cor. No. 1, place of beginning. Area 5.76 acres, Variation at all corners 23 deg. 35 min. East. Long. 157 deg. 40 min. W. Lat. 58 deg. 52 min. 18 sec. North. As additional to original homestead entry of Ezra Bartholomew, No.. entered at Iowa. Scrip tiled in Juneau Ser. 01802 to which reference is here by made. Any and all persons claiming ad versely any portion of the above de scribed tract of land are required to file with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Ju neau, Alaska, their adverse claim thereto, under oath, during the period of publication or within thirty days thereafter, or they will be barred by* the provisions of the Statute. P C. B. WALKER, The Seward General Hospital desires to acquaint the general hospital inter ests of this country with the facilities of this institution for giv ing the latest dev iscd methods of nursing care to persons requiring medical or surgical treatment. Special attention given to patients requiring gynecological treatments. Hydrotherapeutic treatments caretully lollow 0(1. This building, just complete, electric light ed, steam heated, hot and cold water. Physi cians placing patients in our care will receive every ethical attention. Prompt readiness for acoidents.''obstretrics and emergencies, day or night. For further particulars address, SISTER SUPERIOR. Register. First Publication August 1, liJ17. Last Publication October 11, 11)17. Serial 03.'>(>2, Survey 1147 In the United States Land Office, Ju neau, Alaska, May 7, 1017. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT NOTICE is hereby given that PA ClFiC AMERICAN FISHERIES, a corporation, as assignee of John l ieu her and Moses E. Lowell, being entitled to the benefits of Section 23UO Oi ci!c Ucvised Statutes of the Uniteu ata.os and the amendments thereto, .... allied to make entry of the . t,,.s embraced in United States Non ,h...oral survey No. 1147 situate just . isidc Entrance Point, Port Moller, ^enng oea, Alaska, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beg. cor. No. 1 berch Port Moller it ordinary high tide, cor. not set, ,vit. cor. bears North 5.0^ chs. (list.; thence North 15.83 chs. to cor. No. 2 from whence Point Divide bears S. 19 deg. 21 rnin. VV. USLMS 1147 bears NT. 58 deg. 55 min. E. 4.15 chs. dist.; thence East 8.27 chs. to cor. No. •->; ! thence meandering beach at ordinary nigh tide Port Moller, (1) S. 16 deg. 53 min. E. 1.52 chs.; (2) S. 41 deg. 58 min. E. 3.09 chs. (3) S. 38 deg. 55 min. E. 4. 34 chs. (4) S. 52 deg. )1 min. W. 6.35 chs. (5) S. 41 deg. 57 min. W. 1.54 chs. (6) S. 25 deg. 38 min. W. 1.95 chs. (7) S. 49 deg. 04 min. W. 3.63 chs. (8) N. 82 deg. 38 1 min. W. 3.91 chs. to cor. No. 1, place of beginning. Area 15.18 acres. Var iation all corners 19 deg. 40 min. E. Lat. 55 deg. 59 min. 19 sec. N. Long. 160 deg. 34 min. W. As additional to original homestead entries of John Betcher and Moses E. Lowell, No. 3738 and No. 3542, en tered at Redwood Falls, Minn., and Junction City, Kan., respectively. Any ana all persons claiming ad versely any portion of the above de scribed tract of land are required to file with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Ollice at Ju neau, Alaska, their adverse claim thereto, under oath, during the period of publication, or within thirty days thereafter, or they will be baiYed by the provisions of the Statute. PACIFIC AMERICAN FISHERIES, By NEWARK L. BURTON, Its Attorney in Fact. First publication Miu' 15, 1917. Last publication October 13, 1917. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the foregoing notice be published for the statutory period in ihe Sew’ard Gate way, a newspaper of general circula tion printed at Seward, Alaska, the nearest newspaper to said above de scribed claim or survey. C. B. WALKER, Register. Serial 01687, Sur. 230. In the United States Land Office, Ju neau, Alaska, May 2*1, 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 2306 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and the amendments thereto, has applied to make entry of the lands embraced in United Itates Non-mineral survey No. 230 situate on Northerly shore of Chernabura Island, Shumigan Island Group, District of Alaska, more par ticularly described as follows, to-wit: Reg. cor. No. 1 at ordinary high tide, Pacific Ocean cor. not set, wit. cor. bears South 1.58 chs. from which wit. cor. U. S. L. M. Sur. 230 bears S. 87 deg. 58 min. W. 19.41 chs.; thence from true cor. No. 1 South 3.14 chs. to Cor. No. 2; thence East 5.70 chs. to Cor. No. 3; thence North 6.50 chs. to cor. I No. 4, cor. not set, wit. cor. bears : South 1.24 chs.; thence from true cor. | No. 4 meandering beach Pacific Ocean at ordinary high tide (1) S. 51 deg. 43 min. W. 2.02 chs.; (2) S. 60 deg. 48 min. W. 1.84 chs. (3) S. 36 deg. 04 min. W. 1.25 chs. (4) N. 63 deg. 22 min. W. 0.55 chs. (5) S. 70 deg. 26 min. W. 1.35 chs. to cor. No. 1, place ! of beginning. Area 2.59 acres. Var I iation at all corners 19 deg. 15 min. East. Latitude 54 deg. 49 min. 52 sec. N. Longitude 159 deg. 31 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 required to file with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Ju neau, Alaska, their adverse claim thereto, under oath, during the period of publication, or within 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 Aug. 4, 1917. Last publication Oct. 15, 1917. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that I the foregoing Notice be published for the statutory period in The (dateway, a newspaper of general circulation, printed at Seward, Alaska, the nearest newspaper to said above described claim or survey. <J. U. WALKER, Register. APPLICATION' TO PURCHASE Land Under Act Relating to Trade and Manufacturing Sites. Serial 0L~>85 Department of the Interior, United States Land Otiice, Juneau, Alaska, August 1G, 1017. Notice is hereby given that the Ka diak Fisheries Company, by its agent Jacob Kreilsheimer, whose postoffice address is 412-1G Lowman Building, 1 Seattle, Washington, has tiled in this otiice its application under the provi sions of the Act of May 4th, 1806, and Section JO thereof, to make Trade and Manufacturing Site Entry, No. 01585 of the following described tract, to wit, U. S. Survey 1060, situate at St^ Paul Harbor near Kodiak in Lat. 57 deg. 47 min. N., Long. 152 deg. 25 min. 45 sec. W., more particularly described to-wit: “Beginning at Cor. No. 1, M. C., on line of ordinary high tide, St. Paul Harbor, and whence astronomical sta tion bears N. GG deg. 13 min. 47 sec. E. 55.40 chains, and Cor. No. 4, Sur. 55!), bears N. 74 deg. 15 min. 7 sec. E., 47.82 chains, and W. C. bears N. 25 deg. 20 min. W. 2.37 chains; thence meandering (1) S. Gl deg. 41 min. W. 3.G0 chains (2) S. 70 deg. 5 min. W. 4.50 chains (3) S. 78 deg. 14 min. W. 2.57 chains to Cor. No. 2, M. C., whence W. C. bears N. 25 deg. 20 min. W. 80 links, thence on said course 2.GG chains to Cor. No. 3, thence N. G4 deg. .31 min. E. 1057 chains to Cor. No. 4, thence S. 25 deg. 20 min*. E. 3.53 chains to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, containing an area of 3.G1 acres, Mag. Yar. 24 deg. 45 min. E. Said tract is situate on the north side of St. Paul Harbor about 40 chains Northwest of the village of Kadiak.” Upon said property the Kadiak Fisheries Company now has and for some time since has maintained its canneries, saw mill, cook house, bunk houses, wharf and other buildings, ap purtenant thereto. NOTICE is hereby further given that any and all persons, corporations or associations having or asserting an adverse interest in or claim to the tract of land so applied for or any part thereof, may and they are hereby re quired to lile their protest to suid ap plication in the Land Office at Juneau, Alaska, that being the office where such application is pending, setting forth under oath: The nature and ex tent of their said claim within the period of publication, which period has been set by the Register and Receiver of said Land Office for 60 days, or within thirty (30) days after the ex piration of said time as* by law pro vided. KADIAK FISHERIES COMPANY, By Chas. Z. Frey, Its Vice. Pres. Address:— Kodiak, Alaska. Notice of the above application will be published in the “Seward Gate way," printed at Seward, Alaska, which I hereby designate as the news paper published nearest the land ap plied for in said application. C. B. WALKER, Register, United States Land Office, Juneau, Alaska. First Pub. Aug. 24, 1917. Last Pub. Nov. 4, 1917. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To J. C. Ducken, his heirs and admin istrators, and to all whom it may concern: Take notice that I have done Three Hundred Dollars', ($300.00), worth of labor each year in order to hold the following described quartz claims, known as the Bonanza, Eureka and Phoenix Claims, situated on Popof Island, in the Unga Peninsula Mining District, Territory of Alaska, the no tices of location whereof are recorded in the oilice of the Recorder of the Unga Peninsula Mining District at Unga, Alaska, in Book 1, at Page 264, of Locations for the Bonanza Claim, in Book 2, Page 50, for the Eureka Claim, and Book No. 3, Page 39, for the Phoenix Claim, of the records of said District for the years ending De cember 31st, 1913, and December 31, 1914, and December 31, 1915, and De cember 31, 1916, and unless within ninety days after this notice by pub lication you fail or refuse to contrib ute your portion of such expenditure, viz: Six Hundred Dollars, ($600.00), being One Hundred and Fifty Dollars, ($150.00); for each of said years, your interest in said Bonanza, Eureka and Phoenix mining claims will be for feited to and become the property of the subscriber under Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States. LOUIS HERMAN. First Pub. Aug. 31. Last Pub. Nov^SO.