ON THE WEEKLY PAPER
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With today’s issue the . Seward
Gatway ceases to be a daily publica
tion and wiU be issued hereafter as
a weekly. We believe we have giv
en the people of Seward since the
first of the year, one of the best
daily papers in the territory. We
have done this at a loss and,. Real
izing that do business can be ,run
and continue to exist,as a loosing pro
position, after due consideration wc
have decided to enter the weekly
field until such time as conditions
will justify a change back to a
The merchants of Seward, we
firmly believe have done all in their
power to keep a daily paper in
Seward but business conditions 4.cf
fee ting, not only Alaska, but the
states as well, are such. that this
move is considered to be the best for
The continued co-operation of the
Seward merchants will help to make
a paper that will be a credit to the
people of this town. Any Suggestion
from business men interested will be
welcomed by the management of this
paper, regarding any improvement
for the good of the community.
Our next issue will.be on Satur
day February 26. Let us know what
you think of it.
Notice of Sale on Execution.
In the District Court for the Territory
of Alaska, Third Dvision. ,
Warner G. Earnshaw, Plaintiff, vs.
Alaska Securities Corporation, a
United States Marshal's Sale.
By virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the
District Court for the Territory of
Alaska, Third Division, dated the
nineteenth day of January, A. D.
1921, upon a judgment rendered and
docketed on the 18th day of January
1921, in said court, in an action
wherein Warner G. Earnshaw is plain
tiff, and Alaska Securities Corpora
tion, a corporation, is defendant, in
favor of the said plaintiff and
against the said defendant, for .the
sum of Twenty-six Thousand Eight
Hundred Eighty-Eight and 65-100
dollars, with interest therein at the
rate of six per centum per annum
from January 17th, 1920, which Exe
claim; $ mining
‘Little Beat” placer mining claim;
^res* an* fa*g W specific deecrip
on of.said fitte claims above deaig
lated, express* reference is hereby
Hade to Book 5 of Locations, p. 676,
'‘Bench9* placer mining claim of ap
>roxinkately 20 «cfc», locatod by N
J. Andenfcm, ?«mbry 23, J»12, the
>rigm*l notice of ioctoon.whereof bo
ng recorded in Book f kf Record*. p
•4 of the Records of said Kenai Min .
n* and Beeordin*. PwfinctL aaic'
'Bench99 placer mining chum being
dso designated in certajn convey
knees affecting' the same, as th
Bitch placei^ mining claim and as th:
‘Berth99 placer minfog claim.
“Del Oro" placed mining claim, o
\pproximatdy BO pcres originally
’ocated and formerly designated a
the “Jennie; idnn99 placer minin’
^laim as appears 'from the recorder
location notice thereof, located b,
tobert Atkinson, August 28, 1905, ii
took No. 1 Mining Records of Loca
•ions p» 64, (Vol. E. Locations) Sun
Ise Mining restrict, District of Alas
lea, now Kenai Mining and Recordin
Precinct; * J •
“J. R No. 2” placer mining claim
approximately 20 acres locate
‘ August 10, 1914, by'J. H. Brow
he original notice of location there.
)eing duly recorded in Book 3 of R
ords, p. 58, of the Records of said
teriai Mining and Recording Precinc
“J. R. No. 89* placer mining clair
approximately 20 acres, locate
December 15, 1914, by N. C. Ander
son, the original notice of locatio
thereof being duly of -record in Boo’
3 of Records, p. 168, of the Records o'
sp.id Kenai Mining and Recording Pre
cinct; ‘ , ^.
‘‘J. R No. .4" placer mining claur,
of approximately 20 acres, located
January 22,1916, by N. O. Anderson
the original notice,of location thereof
being duly of record in Book 3 of
Records, p. 169, of the Records of
said Kenai Mining and Recording
“HOPE ASSOCIATION” placer
mining claim, consisting of four
twenty-acre 'claims, located January
22 1912, by N. 0. Anderson, F. A.
Steinmann, H. J. Gronwoldt and Ben
Querrolo, * the original notice of lo
cation thereof being duly of record in
Book 1 of Record*, p.‘6d, of the Rec
ords of said Ken&i Mining and Re
cording Precinct;' w
“AGRA” Group of placer mining
claims, .consisting of six contiguous
twenty-acre claims as follows, to-wit:
“OTOWA” placer mining claim,
located August 24, 1895, by Peter
THE POPULAR HOTELS OF SEWARD
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Fifth Ave.- Between Adams and Washington Sts.
CONVENIENT To DEPOT and DOCK, i
M. A. HORNER, Mgr. \
WHERE TPE “OLD TIMERS” MEET
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E. L. WHITTEMORE. Prop.
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Workingman’s Headquarters '
a place* minihg claiib; located Jul.
26th, 1695, hrJdhir WoSd; the'bi •
ginaLnotoeer of tocatUmBi&ettf V
ing duly of record in. Boo* Np. 1
. page 18, Mining Records of Loca
tions, (Vol E. Locations). Snnrk
Mining District, District of Alas'.
now#tenai Mining and Recordin g
Precinct;. , ^ .
“MAGGIE” placer ml
located* July'20th, 1895,
R. Beedy the original
cation thereof h*5ur
in Book No. X, page 19
cords of Locations/ CVt
tions)'fc Sunrise Mining/
District of Alaska, ndw Kenai Mir
ing and Recording Precinct; * B* r
instrument dated, Six Ndle: Creek
Alaska, September 23rd, 1895, tU
locators of the said “OTOWA/
“AGRA,” GEORGIA,” “SfcAT
TLE MINING fLAIM,” “MAG
GIE" placer mining claims, Jos
described, together, with the JU^.
ZIE placer mining claim located. .0 V
Canyon Creek/Alaftka; adjoining
the “AGRA” claim abote describ -
ed, recorded in. Book No.^1, pag
72, Sunrise. Mining District Dis
trict, of Alaska, now KenaTMinin
and Recording Precinct, did coi
solidate and group said claiflds :'jty
one group or association designs ’
ed as the “AGRA” Group of , place
mining claims;/ V’
TOGETHER WITH . that certai
tch, flume and pipeline which cos '
;ys the waters appropriated aftd ubc
y the said defendant; Alaska Seen <
,ies Corporation, a corporation, in i
ning operations in and upon th
.acer mining property hereinbefoi
oecifically described, so Situate"
aforesaid, on said Canyon Creek
rom Pass Creek, Frenchy Creek an:'
Jonaldson Creek, which three sa’<
reeks are tributary to said Canyon
3reek, and including the right to
continued use of the waters of salt
creeks by the right of prior appro
priation thereof as the same appeal
of record in the office of the District
Recorder-for , Renai Mining and r Re
cording Precinct; as to Pass Creek
recorded in Book 1, at pkge 360, of
said Records; and at to Frenchy
Creek, recorded ip. Book 1 at page
360 of said Records ;w
AND ALSO all buildings, struc-’
tures, cabins, tools, appliances, sluice
boxes, jhydrautlc pipe, giants, valves,
fftings situated in and upon the mi#
ng property hereinbefore specifiddly
described, and Used ip connection with
and constituting the equipment of
said property, in the operation, min
ng, prospecting and developing of the
** * Second Pared
A contiguous, compact and consoli
dated group of placer mining claims
owned and in the possession of the
Masks Securities Corporation, a cor
poration, embracing a continuous
irea of aproximately two. hundretiand
ighty acres, situated onLyiixCfeek,
a tributary of East Fork, an donga-'i
Mon of Six Mile Creek or Six Mile
River, fn the Kenai Mining and Re
porting Precinct of the Third Division
*»f the Tehtory of ATt^ka, thddwup of
"he following specifically designated
ind described claims, te-wtt: * ' r ;"
“LYNX CREEK HYDRAULIC
r PLACER BONING QLAIM,!9 some
times designated.at “Lynx Creek
^HydratiHc Association Placer Mftn-’
ing Claim, coiAprising one hundred1
aid sixty acres of placer mining
ground located January
by Nathan. P^ White, E. K. whited
G. B. Peavey; “H. 0. Halt; Emda;
White, F. F. %oodaman (orWOod
erman), Anna Collins, ,aid Albert
That certain lode mining cjAim situ
ate in the Sunrise. District dr. Region
ol the Kenal Mining and'Recdrding
Precinct of thd Thirtf Division of the
territory^ ol Alaska described as fol
/"’rAMMeM NO. I LODE CLAIM,
also referred td aa.Hamindr Quartz
Claim No: iV situate on Fells Creek
a tributary vof Six Mile Creek, neai
Sunrise* Alaska, located by W. H.
Hamlher op March 12, 1905, and
for A ftorthjr and more specific' de
scription, o# paid lode claim expra?
reference k hereby madp to the
'original ho^ce of location thereof
4 as the same Appears of recohl in
! of Locations, page 398 ol
rds of Kenai Mining and
;,. w m
.NOTICE IB ■ HEKEOI U1VEK
That L thetawdersigned, ’UNITED
erty to thCMfchest bld^f Mr cash, at
public auction/ at* tto tto« dbor of
the building Occupied, by the United
States MarahJd; at .Sewatd, Alaska, or
Saturday, thiFtOth day^P nCdf, A
D. 1921; at to hdur n tw6 unlock, P
to satkfy^the said execution, to
gether with. interest and coit*
hereon, indu f coats of sale. ; *
i* Dated at and, Alaska, Febru
ary 18th, AL 1921.
' F. R. BREN NEMAN,
United .States Majdial
Publish Pcb.% »/llardf fc'tPlfc
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M«t Cwiete Line
NOrth of Settle,
;i 0«paay rtiervM right to duigt tohaMt withni auto
Office in Admiral Budding.
Wayne Blue, Agent._Seward Alaska.
' ItHttAlp 1 Safety
'I » * " Speed
Leave Seattle Leave Seward
ALAMEDA Feb. 9th Feb. ISth.
.NORTHWESTERN Feb 19th ' ■ Feb. 26th
ALAMEDA March let March 7th
NORTHWESTERN 11th March 17th
1. ALAMEDA March 22ad ; Mdreh 28th
NORTHWESTERN April 2nd /' April 8th
Porta of call: Alameda North Bound; Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau,
HaincA SkagWajr, Juneau, Cordova, LaTouche, Seward.
Alameda South Bound; LaToOche, Valdez, Cordova, Juneau, Ketchi
kan, Seattle. * 1 ,
Northwestern North Bound; Ketchikan, Juneau, Cordova, Valdei.
LaTouche, Seward. , Northwestern South Hound; L’Tonche, Valdez,
Cordova, Juneau, Ketchikan, Seattle. - £ MeDONALD, AGENT
NEW VICTOR RECORDS JUST RECEIVED
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For Every Boy Who's on the Level—Roberts-Harmonixers Q. „
BROADWAY ROSE—Burr-Peerless Quartet.
Mother's Lullaby—Sterling Trio. r " '
UNCLE JOSH AND THE HONEY BEES—Stewart •
Uncle Josh in a Cafeteria-^tewart.
OH GEE! SAY GEE! YOU OUGHT TO SEE, ETC.—Murray.
My Home Town is a One Horse Town—Roberts-Har. Qt
DOTTY DIMPLES—ONE STEP—All Star Trio.
12th Street Raf—Fox Trot—All Star Trio.
TIP-TOP—MEDLEY Fox Trot—Six Brown Brothers.
If a Wish Could Make it So—Med- Fox Trot—Six Brown Brothers.
WHEN YOUR'E GONE I WONT FORGET—Peerless Quartet
There's a Vacant Chair at Home Sweet Home—C. Harrison
IF YOU COULD CARE—Medly Waltz-Smith* Orchestra.
Happy—One Step-Smith's Orchestra..
TRIPOLI—Medly Waltz-Smith* Orchestra.
Alice Blue Gown—Waltz-Smith's. Ondutffcm.
(SAME PRICE AS IN SEATTLE OR ELSEWHERE)
When yon have a party:
When you entertain at luncheon;
When you have a dinner guest,
THAT WE HAVE WHIFFING CREAM
SEWARD. JERSEY DAIRY
THERE IS NO ECONOMY in carrying a cold
lunch and eating it on the train between
SEWARD and ANCHORAGE. The service in
the buffet car is excellent; the prices within
reason and the quality and preparation of the
food perfect* We make end serve real coffee.
J. CASEY McDANNEL, Contractor.
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