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Seward Daily Gateway (Newspaper) - September 2, 1913, Seward, AlaskaSEWARD DAILY GATEWAY GATEWAY PUBLISHING CO. SHAW A JUDSON. - - LESSEES _;■-- ■ — | SUBSCRIPTION RATES* One Dollar per Month; Ten Cents a Copy Seward, Alaska, September 2, 1^13 ___— — Calumet, Sept. 2— V. S. Deputy j n ar*ha > shot and killed a iiirl htteen vi ars of a*re, the daughter of one of j the striking miner*. A monster mas* j meeting was held here iasi niifht, at wnieh a n solution was unanimously j pa>Net; e »? demniti^ the cowardly mur-j der and dt manduu; the punishment ol ; the trinity party. THIRTY WOMEN UNDER ARREST Nanaimo. IT. ('., Sept. 2 -Thirty | women, s>itipathi/.ers with thestrik-j insr coal miners, wer e taken into cus-j tody here last niirht, on a charge of rioting and malicious destruction of property. PRELIMINARY ! TRIAL ON TODAY! —— . ! l'omo. Italy, Sept.. 2.-The prelmu-j nary hearing of Gharlton, the Ameri- can who is charged with billing his. wife, is on here today. The steamer Northwestern, enroute to Seward, arrived at Cordova at • noon today. ____- i Tom Free/e. who is employed at the! Primrose mine, came in last evening. ! _ I Jim Robinson has returned from a' trip to the Sunrise Hope district. Meet me at the Branch. * ! Finch's Golden Wedding rye at the . Branch. • ■ Lomr distance telephone boot it at the j He Branch. _ A larjre assortment of the latest pho- nograph records just received on the Sampson. At Gordon s. DR. CHARLES T. DAGGETT * Bridge Work and Forcelain Specialist . Satisfaction Guaranteed in All Bra nches of Up*to*Dato Dentistry. Daggett Block Telephone Seward. Alask J. LINDLEY GREEN LAWYER Over Bunk of Seward Seward, Alaska PIONEER HOSPITAL OF SEWARD Dr. J. H. Romig, - Director Rates, $3.50 per Day Monthly Hospital Tickets $1.50 each Mining' Contracts Solicited G. W. PALMER .GENERAL. MERCHANDISE Complete line of Goods of the Highest Grades Highest Prices Paid for All Furs Knik, - ■ Alaska Seward Water and Power Company John A. Nelson, Manager Office- Bank of Seward Building SEWARD. - ALASKA i-Knnro ts: Notice to Creditors In the United States Commissioner's Court, Cook Inlet Precinct. Third Judicial Division Territory of Alaska. IN PROBATE: In the matter of the estate of John Jacobsen, deceased: , , . , Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of .John Jacobson, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against tin* said deceased, to ex- hibit them, with the necessary vouchers, with- in six months after the .first publication of this notice, to the said administrator. H. \\. Nag- iev at tlit* town of Susitna, in the above pre- cinct and territory. H.W. NAGLES. Administrator of the estate ot John Jacobson, deceased. First publication August 29, 1913. Lest publication September 28. 1913. Aeroplane flying imposes unforeseen and trying conditions on a watch. The aeroplane vibrates constantly. It tilts at all angles. Often it lands with a iolt that would ruin J .. . t / • V . to the balance-wheel of many a watch. The Wright Brothers had most unsatisfactory experiences with all 'the watches they tried in Europe and America—until they adopted the HOWARD. The HOWARD Watch is the finest practical timepiece in the world. Its special hard-tempered steel balance cannot jolt out of true with the roughest service. The HOWARD ad- justment is permanent. Every HOWARD is made and ad- justed as a fine watch. Cased and timed in its own case by the HOWARD watch- makers. The price of the HOWARD is fixed —$40 to $150—and a printed price-ticket attached. \ We carry this distinctive watch and would like to show it to you. • A- GEORGE, THE JEWELER Hotel Seward / W. A. M’NEILE>. PROPR. % MODERN CONVENIENCES RATES $1.00 TO $2.50 PER DAY HOT AND COLD WATER BATHS ELECTRIC LIGHTS % E. L. VVHITTEMORE, PROP. Headquarters for Mining Men SEWARD, - - - ALASKA j The Coleman FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. GEO. SEXTON, PROP. Electric Lights Electric Bell Rates Reason able Modern Bath Room FOURTH AVENUE SEWARD, ALASKA Serial No. 01574. ADDITIONAL ENTRY Under Section 2306 or the Revised Statutes of the United States APPLICATION United States Land Office. 1. Juneau. Alaska. April 23. 1913 ' Frank B. Peterson, assignee of Eugene Ken* field and Gqorge Armstrong. being entitled to i the benefits of section 2306 of the Revised j States of the United States granting additional \ lands to the soldiers and sailors who served insj the Rebellion, does hereby apply to enter j United States survey No. 764. situate on right i ! bank on Naknek river. Bristol bay. district of ; j Alaska, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: Commencing at corner No. 1 on the right i bank of the NaKnek river, whence corner No. I 1, survey 544. bears south 55 degrees 42 minutes 1 west. 1.16 chains, and corner No. 1. survey 527. I bears south 58 degrees east, 65.18 chains, and high point on river bank bears south 35 degrees 30 minutes west, and witness corner hears north 1.58 chains; thence north 20 chains to corner No. 2; thence east 10 chains to corner No. 3. whence hign point on river bank bears south 30 degrees to minutes west: thence south ! 9.95 chains to corner No. 4, whence witness ! corner bears north 1.20 chains, and corner No. L survey 527. bears south 45 degrees 25 minutes east. 63,54 chains, and smoke stack Naknek cannery, survey 69, bears south 30 degrees 15 minutes west: thence meandering along the said right bank of Naknek river, south 44 de- gree* 52 minutes west. 14.20 chains, to corner No. 1. and the place of beginning. Area 14.98 acres, Variation 22 degrees 06 minutes east. * | as additional to the original homestead entry « of Eugene Kentield No 1656 for lots 1 and 2 I and northeast quarter of northwest quarter ! and northwest quarter ofnortheast quar- j ter of section eighteen. township thirty-six north, range forty-four west, containing one hundred and forty-five and sixty-four one hundreths (145.64) acres, entered at Alexandria. Minn., July 5, 1871; and as additional to the homestead entry of George Armstrong No. 4490 for forty (40) acres, made at Ionia. Michigan, on September 14, 1869. Notice is hereby given that any and all per- sons claiming any portion of the above des- cribed land are required to tile their protest during the period of publication or thirty days thereafter, in 'accordance with law, with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Juneau. Alaska. FRANK B. PETERSON. Notice of the above application will be pub- lished in the Seward Gateway, printed at Seward, Alaska, which I hereby designate as the newspaper published nearest the land ai>- plied for in said application. C, B. WALKER. Register. United States Land Office, Juneau. Alaska. First publication May 15, 1913. Last publication September 15. 1913. PETER ANDERSON PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING Serial No. 01583. ADDITIONAL ENTRY Under Section 2306 of the Revised Statutes of the United States. APPLICATION United States Land Office. Juneau. Alaska. April 23. 1913 ' Alaska Packers Association, assignee of George \V. Davis, being entitled to the benefits of section 2306 of the revised statutes of the United States granting additional lands to soldiers and sailors who served in the Rebel- lion. does hereby apply to enter United States survey No. 672. situate on Larsen hay. Kodiak Island, district of Alaska, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: • Commencing at M, C. corner No. 1 on the shore line of Larsen bay. whence Rocky Point bend of Larsen hay bears south 86 degrees west, and witness corner bears east 0,50 chains, from whence U. S. Location Monument No. 672 bears north 56 degrees 31 minutes west. 11.38 chains, and northwest corner of bunk house bears south 48 degrees 20 minutes east. 0.61 chains; thence meandering the shore line of Larsen bay, 1. South 15 degrees 35 minutes east. 4.00 chains; 2. South l degree 28 minutes west. 3.00 chains; . 3. South 2 degrees 10 minutes west, 6.00 chains: 4. South 8 degrees 30 minutes west, 7.00 chains. to M. C. corner No. 2. whence witness corner bears east 0.65 chains, from whence U. S. Loca- tion Monument hears north 19 degrees 47 min- utes west, and mountain south of Larsen bay bears south 28 degrees 40 minutes west about 2Vs miles distunt; thence east 15.68 chains to corner No. 3; thence north 6.56 chains to M. C. corner No. 4. whence witness corner bears sonth 0.57 chains, and ]>oint on north shore bears north 1 degree, 40 minutes east, and Rocky Point, Uyak bay, bears north 70 degrees 25 minutes east: thence meandering along the shore line of Uyak bay. 1. North 66 degrees 25 minutes west. 3.40 chains; 2. North 16 degrees 35 minutes west, 11.26 chains: 3. North 34 degrees 05 minutes west. 4.91 chains, to M. C. corner No. 5. whence point at north entrance Larsen bay bears north 58 degrees 44 minutes east.and Rocky Point, Uyak bay,bears north 75 degrees 35 minutes east; thence west 1.35 chains to M. C, corner No. 1 and the point of beginning. Area 18.27 acres. Variation 23 degrees 30 minutes east. as additional to the original homestead entry of George W. Davis No. 1124 for west half of southeast quarter and northeast quarter of southeast quarter of section five, township 27 north, range five east, containing 120 acres, made at Ironton. Missouri, December 14, 1867. Notice is hereby given that any and all persons claiming any portion of the above described land are required to file a protest during the period of publication or thirty days days thereafter, in accordance with law, with the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Juneau. Alaska, ALASKA PACKERS ASSOCIATION, By A, K. Tichenor. Secretary. Notice of the above application will be pub- lished in the Seward Gateway, printed at Seward, Alaska, which l hereby designate as the newspaper published nearest the land ap- plied for in said application. C B. WALKER Register, United States Land Office Juneau, Alaska. First publication May 15, 1913, Last publication September 15, 1913

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