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Seward Daily Gateway (Newspaper) - July 10, 1914, Seward, AlaskaH p ibiiNl.inl Daily, Kxr«‘|>t Sunday Dv t •' Snwanl ('.at »\vay Publishing Company 9U«SCNO»TION NATtai On* pen Month; Tin Cents c Copy V. M t.TONE. * PUBLISHER j ..!»>r at t:»* !\>sl*» "W v,>" 0*1 x l; ir»‘s ntuv be h;iii ui»*>n anntloatlon. Mc /vor, ALASKA, JULY 10, 1914 , ,i v t uu i or.uh r. hope to o e< t mem candidate, whoever he may be. j t(> v rr. s > xca*. s a ^apposition which may be deduced from state* t ,, * ■ a,,.r of the party in the territory. They seem • t > believe that the election of a democratic j !>L \P K U \ i*S HOiM! Ip administration i a> had the etlcct o! increas- ■ t l*/ »' | t \ j K g v *' * imlier of Alaskan Democrats won- doiv’uPv, if not. indeed, miraculously. Also, p ♦ »,o hi* '.ovrd at t *‘ ~pfndid work don* by the democratic go\- t>. ,, , t>r t,.M o v. 1 Pavi the effect of bringing many over to the v as **oun»:o I by Governor Strong, voices, per- .. .. M i th •• the enMment of the leading members . , 1 J of July 2 it has the following edi- : > : r corCr’ 1 *»n that has h« -m caked to meet at Skagway. \ xx lv. convent..'-', foi aU th * Democrats of Alaska. The ca’! tor Pa,* a* -l only constituted. officers o* the Democratic , •{*,. • \ i v, *t a cal! for a convention of any faction or coterie of Democrats. vi • \> Mi whole Democratic party of Alaska, not j p. p ,officers of it or any faction of it. The primaries that will se- j j, j. Jeleg ;t*\. ti at w .11 constitute it will be open to every Democratic voter, man or woman, in Alaska. I * [\y ;l arg*- majoMty of the people of Alaska are disposed to v*' ph and vote the Democratic party ticket in Alaska, this year, if [ ,i , ; x \ and the uer a’at.mir of the convention are representative of the 1 r* a Abakan .vmtmient. They v :!1 do this. Fhe Kmpire believes, if the nomi- | n« * of the convention tor uolegate to congress is the real choice of the lank .. ; ’*• of the Democratic party, and if the platform rings true on Alaskan probbm.^. If the nominee > the real choice of the voting masses he will he elected, because he will have behind him a united party and every man and woman who is desirious of affiliating with the party for the purpose of showing appreciation of the splendid work the Wilson administration has done and is doing for Alaska.” The Coleman HIRST-CLASS HOTEL. GEO. SEXTON, PROP. L.rCtne lights T.l 'dne bell. Modern bathrooms. Hates reasonable. FOURTH AVENUE SEWARD, ALASKA While in Knik Stay at MORRISON ROAD HOUSE Host Popular House in Town ud Accommodation. f irst class Board. Prices Reasonable. Clothing, Furnishings, Footwear, Tents, Tarps, Rugs, Etc. S. L. Colwell PIONEER MERCHANT Fourth Ave HOWARD WATCHES GEORGE, IDE JEWELER Watches and Jewelry Repaired KNIK, ALASKA — 1 ■ ■ ■ '■■■■" 1 1 " i1 " 'i: THE BEST LINE 01 MERCHANDISE OBTAINABLE On account of having our own ship bringing in •merchandise fresh from the outside, we are able to quote you prices that competition cannot touch. W^Sav^foi^floney The goods that we carry are the best that can be bought at any price. A trial order will convince you. REMEMBER WE CARRY EVERYTHING WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERY ITEM C. W. PALMER, Knik, Alaska M»*et me at The Hranrh. PIONEER HOSPITAL OF SKWAKD Dk. J. M. kOMIG, Director Office Hours 2 to 4 p. m Daggett Block Hospital by Appointment Jt a man like* a woman that a hia buameaa. And il a woman libra a man that s her hum* nraa. if thry iirl ma .ed that a their buameaa. PUI CLEANING. PRESSING u AND TAILORING IS MY BUSINESS. C. HENNING Agent for F R r; D K A U F F M AN N CLOTHES C. MATHISON The Raid Headed Painter Will Do Your Work Plight- PRICKS RIGHT. A trial solicited. ROOSEVELT ROADHOUSE MILE 23 Launch leaves for Cooper Creek landing and way points, Tuesdays and 1 Fridays, connectinir with car. A. W. ROBERTS, Prop. _ NOTICE Chaklks Kkeftino, Carpenter j Shop is temporarily removed to build itur sotit liside of Column ------ Igloo No. 9, Order of Pioneers Meet* the Fir*t Monday Ni»jht of each month at the A. fi. hall. Wm. Sauers. Pres. Isaac Evans, Sec v Open Pav and Night Established 1905 COMMERCE CAFE SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS $1 a day or Three Tickets. Bread 15 Loaves or Tickets for $1. Doughnuts 15c per doz. Service at Counter, Tables or Private Boxes. E. LEN IN, Prop. ...PIONEER HOTEL... F. B. CANNON. PHOPH. Newly Furnished and Renovated. Twelve Comfortable Rooms. Nicely Furnished Ladies’ Sitting Room. Family Accommodations as Good as Can Re Had in Alaska. KNIK ALASKA Hotel Seward W. A. M'NEILEY. P*o>. W. A. C. BALDWIN. Lessci MODERN CONVENIENCES RATES $1.00 TO $2.50 PER DAY HOT AND COLD WATER BATHS ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOTEL OVERLAND H. I*. WIIITTEMORE, I'ROI*. Headquarters for Mining Men SEWARD, ALASKA The Seattle Bar Bensen & Tecklenburg, Proprietors. OLYMPIA DRAFT DEER BLUE RIBBON BOTTLED BEER BEST LIQUORS DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS Elegantly Furnished and Steam Heated Rooms in Connection _ THE SEWARD LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY Incorporated November 1905 under the Laws of the Territory of Alaska S. M. GRAFT, President and General Manager CON TRACTORS AND DEALERS IN tiectric Supplies and Appliances Uliict At Uiu otatiua. TELEPHONE MAIN 123 Evinrude , Motors 2 and 3 1-2 h. p. With Magneto. J. L. Graef Agent Seward Commercial Co. .. Seward’s Ip-to-date Business House.. Carries a Full Line of Miners’ and Prospectors’ Supplies, Tents Stoves, Ammunition and Hardware. Reliance, Maximum and Supreme Brands Canned fruits and Vegetables. Dry (ioods, flats, Caps, Sundries. Ladies’ and Cent’s furnishings. fxclusive on Crossett Shoes Victors, Victrolas and Victor Records We give money back on anything purchased here if not satisfactory. FURNITURE AND HARDWARE _i_lij.iuib———iw irwTT ------ 11 ~ — COAI MIMfR'S AlVDCiOLP MfflfR'S SliPPI IfS Doors &. Windows Banff's Ranffes I X \j Parlor Heaters (Ja^oline’Stoves <'ook Stoves (';uii[i Stoves Air Tiff hi Heaters Oil Stoves Alcohol Stoves Spark PI tiffs Jump Coils Batteries Granite Ware Aluminum Ware Asbestos* P 15 Paper Malihoid Roofing* Tar Paper Deafeninff felt Weather Strips Gasoline G;^ Engine Oil Ni.irine Engine Oil Valve Oil Elaine il Floor Oil Linseed < )il (’up Grea*e Paints Lacqueret Paint Asphaltum Paint Finishes Varnishes Turpentine Japan Denatured Alcohol Coal Tar La mps Lanterns Tents PHONE BLACK 4 Rifles Shot Guns A rnmunit ion Ki*hino Tackle Giant Powder C ’ap> Fuse Bench Forces Blacksmith's Coal Bellows Wheel Barrows Cutlery Fire Clay Fire Brick Lime Cement (ilass Hope Mercury Seine '1'" ine ijL L. G R A E F ALASKA PACIFIC S. S- CO. ALASKA COAST CO. PUGET SOUND-ALASKA ROUTE Steamers leave Seattle every ten days each month on the 5th, 15th, 25th, ADMIRAL SAMPSON AND ADMIRAL EVANS Via the INSIDE PASSAGE, for Ketchikan, Juneau. Yakutat, Katalla, Cordova, Ellamar, Valdez. Latouche, Seward, Cook Inlet Points and Kodiak Island. PUGET SOUND-CALIFORNIA ROUTE Seattle to San Francisco, connecting with steamers Yale and Har- vard for Southern California Points. ]<io|,t reserved tr change steamer:* and sailing* dates without notice. B F. WATSON, General Agent. WAYNE BLUE, Local Agent. AUSKA STEAMSHIP CO. ® Steamers Alameda, .Mariposa and Northwestern sail lrom Seattle every six days lor Ketchikan. W rangell, Juneau, Skagwav, Cordova, \a!de/ and Seward. Direct service to Kmk Anchorage via Alameda and .Mariposa S. S. Dirigo leaves Seward 13th of caih month for Conk Inlet points and Dutch Harbor. Regular freight service tor Ketchikan, Wrangell. Juneau, Sheep Creek, Treadwell. Douglas, Skagwav, Cordova, Ellamar, Valdez, Latouche and Seward Prei^lit Steamers sailing from Seattle each month. S. S. Seward. 5th, S. S. Latouche, 15th; S. S. Cordova, 25th (S. S. Seward carries Explosives) &TRight reserved to change this schedule without notice'll F. B. TRACY, General Agent C. B. GUPTILL, Agent H. V. HOBEN A. F. DAVIS ALASKA TRANSFER H. V. HOBEN, Manager --Dealers In-- COAL, WOOD AND ICE General Transferring Phones, Main 17 and 41 The Borgen Grocery Staple and fancy Groceries Handles the Best Canned Goods from the Pacific Coast—Best Treatment to Everybody and Prices Ritrht—Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City GUS BORGEN, Proprietor Phone Main 134 Clayson Building, Seward

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