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The Cordova daily times. [volume] (Cordova, Alaska) 1914-1947, December 16, 1914, Image 3

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LIVE AND DRESSED
POULTRY
AND EGGS
Broilers, Fryers and
Roasters
F. A. JONES
CLOTHES
('LEANED AND PRESSED
All Work Given Prompt
Attention
CHARLES GAME
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A Call at the ♦
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t First Avenue and C Street t
The
MINT
Thos. Davis, Prop.
STRAIGHT WHISKEYS
IMPORTED WINES
KEY WEST CIGARS
BONDED GOODS
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
M. C. Thompson H. O. Murphy
The MECCA
Thompson & Murphy, Props
Dealers in
WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIGARS
Phone 107.
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Magic Remedy
FREE TO EVERYBODY
Guaranteed to Remove all
CHRISTMAS WORRIES
Very Simple
One visit to the
POST OFFICE STORE
THE ARCTIC
LUMBER CO.
Still in Business and Carry
LUMBER OF ALL
DESCRIPTIONS
And Building Material
Prices Made on Orders for
Material
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C. H. TURNER
WATCHMAKER AND JEWLER
Engraving a Specialty
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Next door to S. mum & Co.
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CORDOVA, ALASKA
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For Your Next Meal
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Cooking the Best
RED SCHILLER, Prop.
The
CORDOVA CAFE
BEST 35c. MEAL
IN TOWN
I WOP IN AND SEE I S
First St., Next to Laundry
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Music from all
over the world
The Victor brings to your
home the most brilliant
musicians and singers of both
continents. And gives you
the pleasure of hearing them
whenever you desire.
No opera house or theatre on
earth affords you such a variety of
celebrated artists in all branches
of music.
Stop in and hear the newest
Victor Records. We’ll gladly play
them for you. Victors $10 to $100;
Victor-Victrolas $75 to $250.
Terms to suit.
Hear them at the
NORTHERN DRUG CO.
rofdova, Alaska.
I TOMB OF ROBERTS
hi OLD ST. PAUL'S
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ji vViii Be Erected to
Eoa.Siiu’s treat Soldier.
In deference to the public wish 8t
I’Hill's cathedral was selected im the
c-i r.silng place of Field Marshal
!.;irl i: ilierta. popularly known aa
The sudden demise of Lord
lEola-its rrmn pneumonia' In France.
I when- lie laid tone to give greeting to
. Ills beloved Indian troops, rnrue na n
f it:. -it blow to Hngland lie died at the
| age or eighty two, still vigorous til
t mind, and Ills advice luiil bi»en eagerly
■ sought in the conduct of the war Half
I’liolo by American Press Association.
THE LATE FIELD MAIUJHAL EAJIL BOHRRT8.
of Ills long life hnd been spent In In
din, where he whs bom. The vault In
St Pntil's which bolds tbe remains of
Isird Huberts Is the mausoleum of
(England's most famous warriors.
A monument will lie erected to Lord
Hob. i ts in accordance with a resolu
lion i.nsse.l by the house of commons.
Oesplte ids years. Lord Roberts had
never ceils. ; hard work since Ids notn
Innl retirement, and. ui he had often
remarked. lie lived a rigidly abstemi
ous life that he might preserve his
strength for the service of his country.
1 hiring the past live or six years, when
tile ilerman war cloud hnd been grow
lug, he prosecuted an active campaign
to persuade the uatlon to ado|>t com
! pulsory military service.
PITH AND POINT. ' "‘i
Pacifying Mexico lv h perjietual mo
tion Job
Kverylhlug In I’.clgium tins been shot
np Iml Its courage.
Possibly the warring nntlons hit too
healed to mind (tie rigors ut n winter
campaign
Anothci of the mysteries of life la.
Why dues n man want to tie president
of Mexico?
Opportunity rarely knocks nt the
door when there’s a gloomy face at
the window
And think of the volumes of explana
tion of defeat that will l»e written after
the war Is overt
Wood alcohol has too Innocent a
look. It ought to lly a skull and cross
bones In Its name.
Old ocean’s bed seems also to be
paved with n fine assortment of armor
plated good Intentions.
Holland behind Its dikes and Swit
zerland on top of Its glaciers may man
age to keep out of the wnr
Vine fh.it fhits. I. ...... «.. »I „ .1 . U-_
Into Egypt, the correspondents may he
referred to tile sphinx for new4
The notion that artillery lire pro
duces min. as the tiasts of rain mnk
lug experiments. Is receiving a severe
Jolt
Thomas A Edison remarks that
‘Our present civilization Is only a thin
vencijr ” Yes; and In a large share of
I’nrope the v« neer Is entirely scratch
'■tl olT.
In placing orders for hardware with
this country. European countries con
tlnue to overlook our s|as-hll facilities
for producing plowshares made from
swords
Current Comment.
In ordei to have no further pcrplcxl
ties over the <] nest Ion. "What Is wills
ky7" a tillin' er of slates have decided
that there will Is- no whisky \Vash_
tngton Star
The t.'iiiled Stati*s lias In netunl gold
metal almost as much as any other
two nations together That Illustrates
llie wisdom of not going to war —
I'litlndclplila I.edger
Is it a sign of the times that the
Princeton students vote IK ill to 191)
against compulsory week day eha|H>l.
ni Is ll a proof that hoy nature never
•liangesY New York Sun
Some liar there Will he a fool proof.
rook proof voting machine that will
make voting an agreeable pastime nnd
give the result as soon us the last tail
lot Is east -Chicago News.
Echoes of the War.
European maxim "There's gore
enough for all'' Washington Post.
lie Is a wise amlntssadot who keeps
I Is trunks parked these days Chi
cago News
Turkey Is making the mistake of
thinking It nni heat the other fellow’s
game. Eetrnlt Free Press.
The people who had an Idea that the
European war. begun after breakfast,
was going to end l-efore dinner have
long since revised their opinion. -
Philadelphia Press
When the war began It was In En
rol*. hut was not European. Today It
threatens to develop Into the nearest
thin* to a \\orld war of which history
has any record.- San Frunclsoo Chron
icle.
Facts From France.
Firing nt Its highest Sliced a French
buttery would take thirteen minutes
to cover every square yard within
range.
The “tores of Paris that are still do
lug business, even the big department
stores, are reported now to be closed
for an hour nt noon because there are
not enough clerks left for one to re
Move another at luucb time.
French candle makers have been de
footed saving wax by leaving three
small holes around the wick leugth
wise of the candles Thin isirtlons of
wax at top and bottom cover the
cheat Melted wax (Ills the holes as
the candle burns.
Industrial Items.
About one-third of ({rent Britain's
telegraphers are women
Over 2,000 women belong lu .Vew
York printing trade unions
There are about oue and three-quar
ter millions of children lietween tile
ages of ten and fifteen engaged In earn
Ing their llvlqg in the United states.
Before the war nearly all the copra
produced In the Philippines went to
France That market being closed now
local vegetable oil factories are being
built to dispose of the coeonnuts
Tree Branches.
There are Gtkl recognized species o*
trees In the V lited States
The oak begins to rot at the heart a'
the age of about 800 years
A count of the anmml rings of a
California redwood tree Indicated that
It began Its career In fioll A l>
The yt Mow poplar or tulip tree, the
largest broadlesf tree in America, has
been known to reach nearly 200 feet
In "height and ten feet In diameter
C tCCERY NOTES
Quallt Highest -Prices Lowest.
14 tbs P st Granulated Sugar for $1 at
BLUM & HO.
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Select your Christmas cards now
nt 13. A. Ueg,’s.
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Buy your groceries m a grocery
■ tore jewelry in a jewelry store.* -
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Fresh Beef, Pork, Veal and
Provisions
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Particular Attention and Prompt Service Given to order* from j.;
MINING CAMPS, ROADHOUSES AND
INTERIOR POINTS |
iji; BRANCH MARKET AT CHITINA
SMITH & (HjASBHKNNKH, Props.
F- - n
HOISTING, DRILLING AND MINING MACHINERY
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES. HAND AND POWER HOI8T8. CORE DRILLS, !
STEAM AND HORSE POWER PLACER DRILLS
Dealers In
STEAM FITTINGS. CABLE, DRIVE PIPE, STEAM BOILERS
CONVEYING AND TRANSMISSION MACHINERY
AND GAS ENGINES
MACHINE SHOP AND FOUNDRY WORK
HARMON & DEEVER
Write for Catalogue. CORDOVA, ALASKA
FOR GENERAL TEAMING, BAGGAGE
TRANSFERRED, AUTO SERVICE
COAL AND WOOD
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UNEXCELLED WAREHOUSE FACILITIES
For Storing and Insuring Baggage,
Mdse, and Household Goods
1 Offieiw-EMPRESS BUILDING, CORDOVA—Phono 85 P
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Choice Tobaccos, Gears and
Smokers Sundries-Wholesale
and Retail Gear Store
The
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POPULAR RECREATION PLACE
Billiards and Pool
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Headquarters for the Petersen,
Wellington, Calabash and
_ Garrick Pipes

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FRENCH NEATNESS IN WAR.

Have Built Barber Shops and Even
a Cafe In the Trenches.
Mm barber cnnnot be spared In war.
•"'on llmni’li a soldier’s head may lie
laid off lb,, next day. The French
1 soldiers In particular like to keep up
I appearances aud to have hair and
beard properly trimmed. The Pnrls
I ’orreapondent of the Isindon Standard
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I‘nolo Oy AmurUttn i'toss Association
t'lil’NG’tl SUI.DlKItUAUHEII AT WOltK.
ays I tint the French outdo the tier
mam in Intnspiring comforts In the
trenches I'liej have, he say a, liullt
bathrooms and barbers' shops In the
trenches and have even a enfe and eon
it nail, all underground. warm and
lighted, and less than half a tulle from
the H rman lines
S A Td-S-F-A-C-T-I-O-N n big word,
a bigger thing: You’ll get it in big
measure by buying your GROCERIES
at S. BLUM Al CO.
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ceries—Call and get our prices.
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