Has Always Been
QUALITY and RIGHT
We are still giving our
HIGHEST QUALITY GROCERIES
at Prices Never Equalled in Cordova
Call And Be Convinced
O’NEILL <5 SLATER COMPANY
THE STORE OF QUALITY
At the three o’clock service in the
Empress Theatre the choir will give
the Christmas music. The numbers
COME UNTO HIM - - - Handel
THE HOLY CITY.
Mr. Von Spronson
ART THOU WEARY - - - Hine
The subject of the sermon will be,
"Following the Star.”
Confession, 8:00 a. m.
Holy Communion, 8:30 a. m.
Mass, 10:30 a. m.
Rosary Instruction and Benedic
tion, 7 80 p. m.
Sunday School after Mass.
W. A. SHEPHERD, S. J.
Our prices on Sugar and other staple
Groceries are always the lowest. Call
at our store and be convinced.
O’NEILL & SLATER Co.
The regular train for Cbitina and
,Kennecott left at 8 o’clock this morn
ing, and will return tomorrow after
GENUINE ENGLISH HOLLY fresh
from Seattle for sale at S. BLUM &
Fresh shipments of corn on the cob
DID STARS PREDICT
Not everybody believes that the
stars reveal coming events to those
who claim to be able to read them.
But it is a well known fact that as
rology has its adherents today, just
is it had thousands of years ago, and
many persons peruse carefully the
'.horoscopes” published by a well
inown newspaper syndicate. A reader
)f the Daily Times calls our attention
oa rather interestin item written by
heso modern soothsayers, published
>n April 14, 1914, In It the credulous
nay find an intimation of the bloody
;vents that commenced in Europe
with the outbread of hostilities be
ween Austria and Servia. The Item
s as follows:
“Mercury is in a place strongly evil,
while Jupiter and Uranus are both In
idverse aspect. Ambassadors, en
voys, and all who mediate between nn
ions are subject to an unlucky rule
while this configuration prevails. The
sign is particularly sinster for Ger
many, Austria, Italy and Turkey, and
he United States has reason to be
Jautions, the seers declare.”
Kinney has a corner on Coffe«.
What we mean is COFFEE, not the
wishy-wishy kind you have been
iniying and nicknamed coffee. One
mn of Dwight Edwards will convince
A great variety of attractive Christ
mas cards at E. A. Hegg’s.
Who in to he the next Judge of the
Fourth judicial division of Alask?
That question has been asked many
times during the past month, and par
ticularly during the past few days.
As congress is now In session, there
is much speculation ns to whether or
not the President has selected a man
•r the place, nnd whether or not
any name will be sent to the senate
during the first few days of the ses
Owing to the fact that there are
many cases now pending before the
district court, many criminal matters
to he Investigated by the grand Jury,
and a number of defendants in jail
unable to give ball, with all of which
'he department is aware, It Is thought
in official circles In Fairbanks that
it will be but a few days before a
Judge Is named.
Another question heard In the Tan
ana valley in many places Is: "Will
the next Judge be a Fairbanksan?"
1 There are three candidates in the
field from there, and each of these
has a number of Fairbanks support
ers, as well as some outside people
working for him.
Commissioner H. K. Dillon has been
working for the place ever since it
ecame known that Judge Fuller was
) resign. Many people in Fairbanks
tre working for him, but if he has
any outside influence it is not gener
ally known. He has been a lawyer
or many years, and on account of
his experience as commissioner, his
riends claim that he would fill the
Luther C. Hess, vice-president of
the First National bank, and an Alas
kan of long residence, also ‘s a can
didate. He, like Mr. Dillon, has a t
ubstanti&l Fairbanks following, and f
is said to have some outsiders work- 11
ng for him. Who the latter people v
are is not generally known. At one f
time Mr. Hess was assistant United 4
States Attorney for the Fourth divis- d
G. Ellis Gardner, assistant tinited 1
States attorney, is the third Fairbanks '
candidate. He has not been a resi- (
dent of the north so long as the other c
two candidates have, but since his ar- *
rival at Fairbanks last spring he has 1
gained some local support for the
office. His chief support, it is un
derstood, comes from North Carolina, f
' here he practiced law before going *
to Fairbanks. It is said that he has
substantial congressional support from
Charles E. Bunnell, the democratic
candidate for delegate to congress at
the recent election, is spoken of as
i candidate for the pudgship. When
he was at Fairbanks before the elec
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on. he said that he was not working
ir that place, but as he was defeated, 1
nd as a number of his friends are i
orking for his appointment, it is :
OBsible that he lias changed his at- .
Itude. Whether or not he is a cnn
idate is not definitely known there.
Last Spring, Frank Goodbody, a
romlnent Democrat of Tombstone,
.rizona, wns mentioned as a candi
ate for the position. Advices re
eived at Fairbanks are to the effect
hat he is still after the place, and
hat he has a following from his own
tnte working for him.
At least one other man, an East
mer, whose name cannot be learned,
j said to be working for the place,
’his is mere rumor, however, and
othing definite can be learned of any
Quality Highest—Prices Lowest.
4 tbs Best Granulated Sugar for $1 at
rLUM & CO.
The launch Prospector loft this
torning with a party for the Port
Select your Christmas c.nrds now
t E. A .Hegg's
Read the Times and be a booster.
S-A-T-l-S-F A-C-T-I-O N n big word,
i.bigger thing: You’ll get it in bigi
neasure by buying your GROCERIES j
it S. BLUM & CO.
rhe Finest Moving Picture House
SEATING CAPACITY 400
SUNDAY DECEMBER 20, 1914.
PATHE WEEKLY No. 48.
Showing Photographs ot the heads
>f the various nations now engaged in s
var. These were taken at the capitals
>f the several nations shortly before
he war began.
"THE SILENT DEATH”
\ two reel Edison Drama, Interesting E
and full of action.
"WHAT CAME TO BAR ‘Q’.”
An Esseney Comedy.
First Show Begins at 8 p. m.
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THE WONDER RANGES!
ARE PERFECT BAKERS AND FUEL SAVERS
\\ e have Patterns to Suit your Fancy and
a Price to fit your Purse
NORTHWESTERN HARDWARE CO.
. It’s Stove Service we sell
It’s Stove Service you want
AN OFFER FOR SIXTY DAYS ONLY.
575 Town Lots in Cordova.
_ ; i
Ranging in price from $50 up to $3000, and 000
Town lots in Cliitina from $50 to $1000. Any
or all of them on easy terms.
Now is the time to buy.
For particulars—Call on or write to
I GKO. C. HAZFLET,
Cordova, Alaska. Trustee and Agent.
For Christmas |
Best and Biggest Assortment 1
Hole Proof Hosiery
For The Whole Family
Alfred Benjamin’s S its |
John B. Stetson Hats |
And Floreshiem Sh es
The Store That Satisfies
S. BLUM, Pres. M. BROCK, Vice-Pres. THOS. SCOTT, Cashier
FIRST BANK OF CORDOVA
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
DESPOSITORY FOR TERRITORIAL FUNDS.
Have You Contributed?
No, this isn’t an appeal for funds. It’s a sug
gestion to put in your “Jimmy Pipe” and smoko.
Do a little publicity work for vour business and
Cordova. Carve your name in the Hall of Fame.
The Cordova Daily Times wants your advertising.
GET IN THE WAGON AND RIDE
rUPTGTlf AO AND THE HOLIDAYS ARE AT HAND AND OUR STORE IS AGAIN j
V; II IV I ^ 1 iTl AHEADQUARTERS FOR APPROPRIATE AND LASTING GIFTS AT
PR'CES WHICH REALLY REPRESENT GREAT M ONEY SAVING. IT IS CERTAINLY TO
YOUR ADVANTAGE TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS NOW WHILE OUR BIG STOCK CON- t
TAJNS SUCH A WIDE AND COMPLETE RANGE OF SUITABLE PRESENTS THE NEXT
FEW WEEKS WILL BE BUSY ONES WITH THIS STORE. ACCEPT OUR ADVICE AND
MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS NOW FOR DEDIVERY LATER ON.
VISIT OUR BIG SHOE °LA®lY G“’S™AS NUGGET JEWELRY BATH ROBES
DEPARTMENT NECKWEAR A very large and beautl
If you admire pretty pat- ,ul assortment. Nugget Experience shows that Wearing
Christmas Season finds In our Big terns and distinctive de- Chains, Watch Fobs, Beau- Apparel is about the most substan
Footwear Department a wide range signs in Neckwear, you'll ** and 8tick pin*. Rings, tial Christmas Gift of all, and Includ
of Choice Styles and Dependable surely find our showing un- Necklaces, Crosses, Cuff ed. should be guaranteed.
Makes of Shoes and 8lippers for excelled. Links, Etc. Our Bath Robe Department con
every member of the family FOUR-IN-HAND AND JUST THE ARTICLE TO tains only the Very best Makes, from
Black or Tan,, Lace or Button, BOW T,E8 SEND HER the leading woolen mills. Our
Gun Metal, Patent Leather, Vlcl and * _ assortment is large and our prices
.Imported Japanese Dainties !!"^
We Guarantee Perfect Fit Silk Embroidered Kimonos, in various shades, both
~ 11 11 1 short and long, Lunch Cloths, Bureau Scarfs, Cotton I i
r" I Stencils, Toweling, Battenbergs, Wheel Doily, White' VJ h 0 n I— ClViM
Xhnn korw Kabe Embroidered Opera- Bags, Kabe Chiyoda Bags and Q UuLd V
Ul IUU L-Cll IV others- Lmen Stencil center set, Pin Cushions, Leather p 'J
l J Purses, Doll Pin Cushions, Leather Mirror Casesu Pon- _
- gee Boudoir Slippers, Imitation Velvet Pillow Tops, txvpip.c Twv PT apt? !
WOMEN’S Kahki PiU0W T°PS’ Chochet Doilies- Silk Handker- FURNISHINr? F°R
W ° M E N S chiefs, and a large assortment of Linen Handkerchiefs. URNISHINGS |
Silk Hosiery In Tan, Stone, Tan- THESE ARE VERY APPROPRIATE GIFTS In this popular department you I
go, Brown, Pink, Champagne, Cardi* ^nd a large selection of mer
nal, Light Blue, and Black In ordl- ctjtuot a t _——— — chandise at Economical Price*.
nary and Italian ©FECIAL BOXES OF TRAVELERS BAGS Father, Son, Uncle Cousin, each
X MAS HOSIERY AND TRUNKS wMI be delighted with anything you
assoHmlnffJ bothLOwVome'n a'nd "3X " ^ d°"'‘ — Here are two item, which -ock |
assortment for both women and chil- j else to get for Father op , recent years have become today While il is comP,et«!- Under
dren. Knitted Toques and Hoods, Brother, alway8 J a. ChristmT, wear' Shirt*' Suspenders, Hosiery.
Pure Felt Sofa Pillows, in every de- rinht if ' . ./ a . very popu,ar aa Christmas
Rlnn iR,u„ri rl<»ht lf y°u buy hlm a box Gifts, and cause the giver to EtC"
of Fancy Black Hose, In be long remembered on ac- Our assortment of Special X-mas *
Consider These For Gifts lne G0 on’ mercerlzed- ,l*,e count of the satisfaction the and Holiday Boxes is complete. S
| or a"k' gift affords.
CLAYSi IN The CiothieF
ds^-.,<M«rwT«n«n-yr|fi«rrv'’ reMrstuttmiawcr ——————- -
FOR GIRLS I
FOR BOYS I '
| ~ TOYS
| The Best Assortment Ever
|| Prices Never So Reasonable |
Headquarters For Christmas Gifts j
S. BLUM & CO. f j
j Good GooJs
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