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Is A Word That Means Much To The Depositor
Our Banking Methods Give To Our Depositors That Security to Which
Every Depositor is Entitled ,
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AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 27th, 1917 I
• WE HAD A RESERVE OF 39 PER CENT IN CASH AND EXCHANGE AM
OUNTING TO.$247,791.36 ,
RESERVE REQUIRED BY LAW 20 PER CENT, OR. 133,570,29
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1 MAKING 18 PER CENT IN EXCESS OF AMOUNT REQUIRED BY
LAW, OR.$114,570.07
j IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE WE HAVE A SECONDARY RESERVE CON
SULTING OF GOVERNMENT, STATE, MUNICIPAL AND HIGH GRADE
INDUSTRIAL SECURITIES AMOUNTING TO 42 PER CENT, OR.$280,459.57
MAKING A TOTAL FIRST AND SECOND RESERVE OF 80 PER CENT, OR $528,250.93
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THE FIRST BANK OF CORDOVA
— SECURITY SERVICE SATISFACTION =—
Territorial Depositary United States Depositary For Postal Savings Funds City Depositary
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. — The Am
erican Red Cross has developed' am
trained nearly two hundred thousam
first aid experts in the last six month
it was learned today.
They are all men, and all availabl
for war service if needed. The cours
of instruction, which is in the hand
of seven thousand Red Cross phys
cians and surgeons throughout th
country^ also is open to women.
Nearly a hundred thousand railroa
men, half as many lumbermen and as <
many quarrymen have received in- '
struction in “fairst aid" this year.
This work covers the stoppage of
hemorrhages, resuscitating following
drowning or gas asphyxiation, the car
rying of injured persons and many
I other phases cf first aid, especially In
the hazardous industries.
The course covers ten lectures, sup
plemented by the requisite practical
work at the conclusion of which cer
- tificgtes are issued to those complet
1 lng the course satisfactorily.
I The Red Cross has two "first aid"
1 cars for the instruction of railroad
men, one of which has just finished a
2 tour of three months giving instruc
3 tion to the railroad men.
3 Through these courses the first aid
i- division of the Red Cross corps is
e building up a reserve of trained men
available not only for Red Cross war
il service, but also for sanitary training
letachments to provide a sanitary rd
ierve for the army and navy.
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TO THE CORDOVA SAMMIES.
It isn’t easy, this doing our bit,
2? don't luouo so much tuss of our
learning to knit.
Twixt slipping and ripping, we'll make
socks that fit,
\nd helmet and sweater and also a
mitt.
No true American is shirking his bit,
So that's why the women are learntng
' to knit;
With patience and practice we'll make
a good fit.
Of helmet and sweater, sock, muffler
ant> mitt. —Subscriber.
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The freighter Juneau is in port to
day and will take qut a cargo of cop
per ore.
Under advices from the federal gov
ernment, Rene L’Huilier. who has
been held at the Fairbanks jail for
some time past, will be released on
parole. He is a native of Alsace Lor
raine, and was taken into custody at
Nenana last summer for alleged dis
loyal utterances.
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Word has been received at Juneau
that Frank Nooney. a young man of
Ketchikan, has passed a perfect ex
amination for the naval service, ob
taining a percentage of 100 in all
branches. Mr. Nooney is a son of Jas.
Nooney, a guard at the federal jail at
Ketchikan.
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Next month the final surveys will
be made of the townsites of Haines
and Douglas by the surveying division
of the 'land office, under the supervis
ion of J. P. Walker. The boundaries
of the towns have already Jseen laid
out and the present work will consist
of the subdivision of the townsite into
lots.
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It Pays to Advertise in the Times
to Cor. No. 3, thence S. 15.08 chs. to
Cor. No. 4, thence E. 4.82 cha. to Cor.
No. 1, the place of beginning, contain- '
Ing an area of 7.27 acres, Mag. Var. r
29 degrees 45 minutes E., and known
as U. S. Survey 1217.
C. B. WALKER,
Register. 1
First publication, Sept. 4, 1917. (
Last publication, Nov. 14, 1917.
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Times Want Ads Bring Results
To be prosperous YOU must ad
ertise. Inform the public just what
lerchandise you have for sale, and •
be respective merits of said goods. »
'he Daily Times is the medium em
iloyed by all successful merchants f
K Cordova—How about YOU? ,
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
United State* Land Office, Juneau,
Alaaka.
August 26, 1917.
Notice is hereby given that Nels
Hawklnson, of Cordova, Alaska, has
filed application under the provisions
of Sections 2306-2306, H. S.. as as
signee of Joel W. Hevern, to make
entry of the lands embraced in U. S.
surveys 1216 and 1217, situate on the
north shore of Miles Glacier Lake and
on the west side of the Copper River
& Northwestern Railway at Mile 60.
Lat. 60 degrees 41 minutes 24 seconds
N., Longitude 144 degrees 46 minutes
W., and latitude 60 degrees 42 minutes
00 seconds N., Longitude 144 degrees
45 minutes W„ and more particularly
described as follows, to-wit>
Beginning at M. C. No. 1 on Miles
Glacier Lake, whence U. S. L. M. SAH
NH bears 8. 38 degrees 05 minutes
W. 4.41 chs, thence W to Cor. No. 2
6.18 chs, thence S. 28.97 chs to Cor.
No. 3, M. C. on Miles Glacier Lake,
thence meandering N. 56 degrees 30
minutes E., 6.93 chs; No. 27 degrees
50 minutes E., 4.72 chs; N. 5 degrees
63 minutes E... 5.12 chs; N. 8 degrees
21 minutes W., 16.05 chs., to M. C.
No. 1, the place of beginning, contain
ing an area of 19.84 acres, Mag. Var.
29 degrees 15 minutes E., and known
as U. S. Survey 1216.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence U. S.
L. M. SAH-NH bears S. 2 degrees 31
minutes W. 36.14 chs., thence N. 15.08
chs. to Co. No. 2, thence W. 4.82 chs.
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j NOTE: — NOT ONE OR TWO OF THE' LARGEST RUBBER MILLS ON _■
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Aunty
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Opposite city Bakery.

FIRE!
A resident of Cordova had a
small fire in his house the other
day. It was extinguished by the
family at a lass of JioO.OO. The
next d iy ho insured through us.
The cost of his insurance for
three yeais was less than his
loss at this trifling fire. Are
you, Mr. Property Owner, going
to wait until you have bad a fire
before protecting yourself from
v loss?
Any person wishing to build
can secure a fine residential or
business lot in Cordova from us
on exceptionally liberal terms.
Five hundred lots listed.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
Abstracts
SURETY BONDS #
CORDOVA ABSTRACT and
REALTY COMPANY
ROOM 1, ADAMS BUILDING,
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