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The Cordova daily times. [volume] (Cordova, Alaska) 1914-1947, March 14, 1921, Image 3

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The
March Victor Records
Are Here
POPULAR SONGS
“Down by the "O-HI-O"
“Marimba"
“I Used to Love You But it's AH Over Now”
“Dolly, I Love You’’
“Rose of My Heart”
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“Somebody”—Medley .. One Step
“Honeydew”—Medley ;. Waltz
"Honeydew”—Medley . One Step
“Broadway Rose”—Medley . Fox Trot
“Sweet Mamma”—Medley . Fox Trot
“Rosie”—Medley . Fox Trot
“Honolulu Eyes”—Medley . Waltz
Brehmer
Drag Co.
Cordova and McCarthy, Alaska
The Store with the New and Up-to-Date Stock.
Phone 102
Latest all ,
Pure "Wool//
Fabrics'^
Fi t and
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
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QUALITY cmd SERVICE QJ
HUBBERT’S
Tailor Shop
Dyeing
Cleaning,
and Hat
Renovating
ij
Machine Works
Cordova
E. R. GARNES. Proprietor
Residence Phone 101-3
8hop Phone 182
Machine Work of All Kinds.
Blacksmithing, General Repair
ing, Horse Shoeing, Oxy-Acety
lene Welding and Cutting.
Automobiles
Repaired
Office and Shop: City Dock
CORDOVA, ALASKA
Out of Town Jobs Given Strict
Attention
I SHAMPOOING
\ FACIAL AND
For MANICURING
/ CALL
' 1-7-3 I
MRS. SWANBERG
TRAPPERS TRADERS
SHIP TO
DEALER IN
RAW FURS
NEW YORK— 127 W. 27th St.
SEATTLE—ALASKA BUILDING
NOTICE—A Word To You
At our Seattle office we have opened a buying department for the
benefit of the Alaska trade.
We solicit the accounts of individuals, firms and corporations de
siring closer connection for buying and selling. The service rendered
iB direct; we, at every step, exercise close supervision over all transac
tions, thus assuring accurate and prompt attention.
We are READY, WILLING AND ABLE to buy right, to ship right
to Insure right—to attend to all matters as your personal agent Your
enquiries and wants will receive our immediate and most courteous
attention.
WRITE US—there is no obligation. We are Just the business con
nection that the Alaska Trade has been looking for in the buying of
mining, cannery and fishing supplies, drygoods, groceries, cigars and
tobacco, drugs, rubber goods, furniture, household sundries, electrical
goods, gas engines—in fact, anything that grows or is manufactured
We are also willing and anxious to develop a market for all Alas
kan products. Get in touch with us, giving full particulars and your
goods will be sold right.
DELINQUENT TAXES
Of the Town of Cordova, Year 1917
REAL ESTATE
Name Block Lot Valuation Tax Penalty Lit Total I
Mutual Commercial Co. 26 8 $250.00 $ 5.00 $ .25 $1.80 $ 7.05 j
DELINQUENT TAXES
Of the Town of Cordova, Year 1918
REAL ESTATE
Name— Block Lot Valuation Tax Penalty Int. Total
Mutual Commercial Co. 26 8 $250.00 $ 2.50 $ .13 $ .60 $ 3.23
DELINQUENT TAXES
Of the Town of Cordova, Year, 1919
REAL ESTATE
Name— Block Lot Valuation Tax Penalty Int. Total
Andrew Beck . E K $1,700.00 $17.00 $ .85 $2.94 $19.89
Andrew Beck . E LI 700.00 17.00 .85 2.04 19^89
Mutual Com’l. Co. 26 8 226.00 2.25 .11 .26 2.62
Roy Rutherford . 5 16 1,000.00 10.00 .50 1.20 1L70
Walter Hanaon R.R. Add 3 25 100.00 1.00 .05 .12 1.17
Total $4,725.00 $47.24 $2.36 $5.66 $55.27
DELINQUENT TAXES
Of the Town of Cordova, Year 1920
REAL ESTATE
Name— Block Lot Valuation Tax Penalty Int. Total
Andrew Beck . E K $1,700.00 $21.25 $1.07 $ .05 $22.37
Andrew Beck . E L 1,700.00 21.25 1.07 .05 22.37
Angus Ilalliday . 10 6 1,500.00 18.75 .94 .04 1973
Walter Hanson R.R. Add 3 24 125.00 1.56 .08 .01 1.65
F.W. Marshall R.R* Add 2 3 200.00 2.50 .13 'oi 2^64
John McCann . 14 27 250.00 3.13 .16 .01 3.30
Mutual Com’l. Co 26 8 200.00 2.50 .13 ’oi 2'64
Mrs.O.J. Nelson R.R. Add 2 20 250.00 4.13 .21 .02 4 36
Roy Rutherford . 5 16 850.00 10.63 .53 03 11 19
Henry Schaffer 12 11 1,250.00 i5.63 78 ,05 16.46
Total $9,025.00 $101.33 $5.10 $ .28 $^0671
I certify that the foregoing ami attached list is a true and correct copy
of the delinquent tax roll of real property of the Town of Cordova Alaska
for the years 1917, 1918, 1919 and 1920; that said taxes for the year 1917
became delinquent on February 11, 1918; that the total amount of delin
quent tax duo is $5.00, total penalty due is 25 cents, total interest due is
$1.80, and the aggregate of tho whole is $7.05,
And I further certify that the taxes for the year 1918 became delinquent
on February 10, 1919; that the total amount of delinquent tax due is $2 50
gate of the whole is $3,23.
And I further certify that the taxes for the year 1919 became delin
total penalty due is 13 cents, total interest due is 60 cents, and the aggre
quent on the Sth day of February, 1920; that the total amount of the de
linquent taxes due is $47.25, total penalty due is $2.36 total interest due
is $5.66, and the aggregate of the whole is $55.27.
And I further certify that the taxes for the year 1920 became delin
quent on the 14th day of February 1921; that the total amount of the de
linquent taxes due is $101.33, that the total penalty due is $5.10, that the
total amount of interest due is $0.28, that the aggregate of the whole is
$106.71.
And I further certify that the said delinquent tax roll has been com
pleted and is now open for public inspection at the office of the Town
Clerk, in the Blum Building, Cordova, Alaska, and on Monday, May 2 1921,
said date being not less than thirty days after the completion of the
publication of the delinquent tax roll aforesaid, the said delinquent tax
roll will be presented to the district court, Territory of Alaska, Third divi
sion. for adjustment and order of sale.
Witness my hand and seal of the said Town of Cordova, Alaska this
21st day of February, 1921.
G. ROBINSON, Town Clerk, Cordova, Alaska.
Feb. 21-28—March 7-14-21.
ORDINANCE NO 75
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN
OF CORDOVA IN THE TERRI
TORY OF ALASKA, PROVIDING
SICK AND FIXING THE RATE OF
FOR THE CARE OF INDIGENT
COMPENSATION FOR THE
SAME.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MON COUNCIL OF THE TOWN
OF CORDOVA, ALASKA.
That the Town of Cordova assumes
no liability for the care of indigent
sick or wounded save and except
the following cases and under the fol
lowing procedure:
Section 1. No person shall be en
titled to relief from the Town of
Cordova unless he or she was at the
time of his or her illness or accident
a resident within the corporate lim
its of said town and has been such
resident thirty (30) days immediately
prior to the date of said accident,
unless the common council shall
otherwise order.
ot'vuuii.ii. in emergency eases re
quiring immediate attention, the physi
cian or hospital taking care of the
patient shall, within twenty-four (24)
hours, of the first call or admission
of the patient to the hospital, make
a report in writing to the mayor stat
ing that the patient named is under
the care of the physician or is ad
mitted in the hospital, giving a brief
description of the condition of the
patient and stating that it is a case
entitled to relief under this ordi
nance, whereupon the mayor, in con
junction with the health committee
of the common council of the Town
of Cordova, shall immediately ex
amine into such case and if it is
determined that said case is one that
should be cared for by the city, they
shall immediately authorize said
physician or hospital, in writing, to
take care of said patient at the ex
pense of the city.
Section 3. In cases other than
emergency cases, before any aid shall
be given to any patient at the ex
pense of the Town of Cordova, the
physician attending the patient, or
the hospital wherein the patient is,
shall make a report in writing to the
mayor, stating that the patient there
in named is an indigent, with a brief
statement of his or her condition, and
that it is a case entitled to relief
under this ordinance, whereupon the
mayor in conjunction with the health
committee of the common council of
the Town of Cordova shall imme
diately examine into such case, and if
it is determined that the case is one
that should be cared for by the city,
the mayor shall immediately author
ize said physician or hospital,. in
writing, to take care of said patient
at the expense of the city.
Section 4. No charges for expense
incurred under the provisions of this
ordinance shall be in excess of the
expenses actually incurred and the
following schedule of fees shall be
the maximum paid by the Town of
Cordova:
For medical attention where such
medical attention is had outside of a
hospital, $1.50 per visit.
For room and board at hospital, in
cluding nurse, medicine, and attend
ing physician, not to exceed $5.00 per
day.
For minor operations where local
anasthesia is required, or no anas
thesia used, not to exceed $5.00.
For digital amputation, and other
minor operations, not to exceed $10.
For major operations, not to ex
ceed $50.00.
Section 5. Any and all moneys ad
vanced by the Town of Cordova for
the payment of the hospital or physi
cians’ bills, as herein stated, shall be
considered as a loan on the part of
the Town of Cordova and nothing
herein shall prevent the Town of
Cordova from recovering such amount
so advanced, in the event that the
patient for whose benefit such pay
ment is made becomes financially
able to repay such loan and the city
attorney is hereby instructed to col
lect for the use and benefit of the
Town of Cordova any such sums
which may be recoverable.
Passed and approved this 7th day
of March, 1921.
(CORPORATE SEAL,)
A. J. ADAMS, Mayor.
ATTEST:
K. G. ROBINSON, Clerk.
Federal Power Commission
In compliance with the Federal
Water Power Act (41 Stat., 1063) no
tice is hereby given that the Alaska
Public Utilities, Cordova, Alaska, and
Messrs. Lincoln Wain and W. T.
Young, P. O. Box No. 6, Nashville,
Tennessee, have applied for prelimin
ary permits for power development on
Power Creek from Eyak Lake to a
point approximately 2 miles upstream
therefrom. Any objection against
granting such permits, or requests for
hearings thereon, together with any
briefs, reports, or other data for
which consideration is desired, should
be submitted on or before May 16,
1921, to the Executive Secretary, Fed
eral Power Commission, Washington,
D. C.
NOTICE
The registration book of the Town
of Cordova is now open at my office
in the Blum Building, Second street,
Cordova and will be kept open every
day from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. The reg
istration book will be closed 4 o’clock
p. m. Saturday, April 2, 1921.
K. O. ROBINSON, Registrar.
4-tt
I o the Man Without
a Bank Account
Even if your business is such that you have
gone along without a bjrnk account, the idea
is worthy of your consideration.
Every time you give your check you make
a legal, indisputable record of that transaction.
BankiAlaska
“The Bank of Personal Service”
ALASKA TRANSFER COMPANY
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COAL AND WOOD
AUTO SERVICE
DAY OR NIGHT
Office Hazelet Bldg. Phone 85
Sixty Steam-Heated Rooms, Electric-Lighted
Hot and Cold Water in Every Room
With or Without Bath
Cordova House
Dooley & Greenig
«
Headquarters for Railroad and Mining Men
Satisfaction Guaranteed :: Rates Reasonable
S1EAM HEAT Electric Lights
Overland Hotel
MRS. J. W. KENNEDY
Chitina - - Alaska
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS POOL TABLE
In Stock In Connection
Manhattan Hotel
LOUISE DEJONGHE, Prop.
Electric Lighted. Hot Water. Turkish H&d Tnb
Baths.
PHONE 99
CORDOVA, ALASKA.
AH Alaskan Trails end at the
Hotel Atwood
First Avenue and Pine Street
SEATTLE, WASH.
Nearest to Everything
Clean—Modern
J. A. FARNHAM and TED TAYLOR, Proprietors
Ted Taylor. Formerly Chief Steward Steamship Alaska and Mariposa

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