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i AT SEVAN i i — (ONLY BANK IN ALASKA) I MEMBER «j ) ‘FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM r Rates $1 a day and up i N. A. HORNER, Matter i . HRS. W. A* McNEILEY, Prop _•_+L_ “ LIBERTY THEATRE * INTERNATIONAL NEWS NO 12 • LATEST CURRENT EVENTS SPECIAL PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PRODUCTION. PRESENTING JACK PICKFORD -!N “MILE A MINUTE” KENDALL” A GOOD SNAPPY COMEDY DRA MA INTERESTING PLOT, WITH LOTS OF VARIETY. i BURTON HOi-MES TRAVEL and ■ A CHRISTIE COMEDY. 2’s Company. SUNDAY NIGHT 7 JO and 9:00 “THE DUB" AND LATEST PATHE NEWS; ALSO FORD WEEKLY HART SCHAFFNER 4 A MARX i SUITS ‘AND OVERCOATS AT | URBACH’S ANDY’S EXPRESS meets mil trains and steamers. Phone Madison 143. FOR SALE—. Gas boat, Eagle U. 27, 32 feet long, 8 feet four inch beam, 24 H. P., Gray engine; 1 speed wheel, 1 towing wheel, 1 skiff, 1 anchor, 100 feet chain, sails and stove, Price $750 Apply City Express. S7tf. - 9 ' yOBSALE- $1,000 Lot for $500, dose In See L. E. Thompson, Gateway. i ——• . Wanted— Miners, muckers ami yardmen. See Paulson at “The Key.’ Slttf. ^ t. \-■ -_s m m m Mr. and Mrs. Drayton and the children left on the train this morning for the lower Kenai to be gone for about two weeks. Hie Misses Schwan and Triplett ac companied Mrs. C. E. Orlander out to th* bungalow today to spend the week mi* Joe T fS>1^t>J>r checked out fit® the SYLVIA’S ' . ... ' CIGARS CANDY ICE CREAM • STATIONERY PHOTOGRAPHS PICTURE FRAMING INDIAN BASKETS Telephone, Adams 188. 4 SYLVIAS BIG SHIPMENT OF GASOLINE BROWN & HAWKINS “QUALITY FIRST” ■ ■ - — ■ ■ --* for Anchorage on he train. J. H. Robinson, with the commis sion, returned out the line on the train; this morning. ' Steamer Alaska reported north from Ketchikan at 11 o’clock this forenoon. The city council will hold a regular meeting Monday night. Steamer Admiral Watson is schedul ed to sail north next Monday from Seattle. ■ Mrs. S. L. Colwell went to Anchor age on today’s train for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Butts. Mrs. M. Wilson, employee of An chorage post office, is taking a va cation in Seward, the guest • of Mrs. Antone Eide. The Unalga brought a sack of first : and second class mail to Seward from Valdez. . * Allan McIntosh, large property own er of Seward, is now located at Rox bury, Massachusetts, according to a letter received by the Gateway. . NOTICE TO PUBLIC •+• V - -- Electric power wHl be off tomor ow, Sunday, between the hours oi 10 1 A. H ndliblL Seward Light & Power Co.. , -i-- _ SEWARD METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School 11:00 A. M. Evening Service 7:30 o'clock. Subject of Evening Sermon:— The Ethics of the Gospel of St. Luke. * The Public is. Invited to these Ser s t * ▼Ices. Duane Earl Carter* Pastor. I • • ."S-.; !• SEATTLE, Sep£ *8^ Hahm H quoted at sixteen and three quarters' cents; chickens at eight cents;* red and Bag cod at two cents. , . • * Read the SEWARD GATEWAY, Covers the local field and the entire World, Associated Press Service.' . % N t • •' ' ’ -• :-i » I ' ' . A, P A R T N E R S f ‘ * ; ’ » — r - } , , We like to consider our customers as partners and take a friendly interest in seeing them “get ahead” tor we realize that their prosperity is our prosperity. It is a simple matter to ask your banker's advice on , any financial matter and it means so much to you. Just a little reminder, or suggestion spoken at the r right time may set a wrong plan right, save money, * or open up a real opportunity. , % Bring your financial problems to the Bank of Sew ard. Our experience and knowledge; the resources and facilit'es of this institution are yours for the asking. t i _•_1 * BANK OF SEWARD SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT I Per Cent PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS —-BROWN & HAWKINS “ THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES ” ONE REASON WHY WE ARE ABLE TO GIVE YOU BETTER SERVICE IS BECAUSE WE HAVE THE STOCK WITH WHICH TO FILL YOUR ORDERS. t Heinz Oven Baked Beans — . .20c can Heinz Red Kidney Beans 20c can Heniz Tomato Ketchup 40c Bot Heniz Horse Radish 45c Bot , Heinz Spaghetti 20c can Heinz Extra Large Olives 75c Bot Heinz Chow Chow Pickles 1.00 Bot Heinz Sweet ar.d Sour Gherkins 45c Bot Heinz Sour Spiced Pickles 50c Bot Hemz Sour Mixed Pickles 50c Bot Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickles' 45c Bot Heinz Sweet Mustard Pickles * . 45c Bot Heinz Apple Butter 85c jar Heinz Peanut Butter 50c jar Heinz Olive Oil 1.20 pint Hepz Vinegars 50c pint * . v * I_ GROCERY DEPARTMENT PHONE MAIN 1 SPECIAL IN OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT r . J % ' This Week Only POIAfINE ’Hr 55 Cts. • • I * , . '' f . .1 * * • f OUTFITS AND SUPPLIES For the Miner — Trapper — Hunter and Fisherman. • * t \ ‘ • / * ’ I , l * t j • <»■»»■■>««»««**rt—*t—»>«•»»»'****** I CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Light and Medium Weight Jerseys and J Sweaters Light and Medium weight Underwear for Men . ' In two piece and unionsuits. Heavy weight Medlicott Underwear. Double seat and knee khaki pants — _ j Wool Pants. A large range .of patterns and weights . shown in our line of woolen and flannel shirts, j HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Winter will soon be here. . y * Come in and see our line of Stoves and Heaters and get our prices first V '• Exclusive local agents for the ; CALORIC PIPELESS FURNACE r + - .*■'< * - * * • . • . , ' P Heats through one register.. V . ,»4 • . > p ■ k ■