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Draying Co. Freight and Passengers to all parts of the interior General Trucking. ED. WOOD Proprietor McKinley St., Valdez. CHAS. S. HUBBELL U. S. DEPUTY LAND AND MINERAL SURVEYOR Ofllce With VAT T"*IT"7 Waterman <fc Harrington " F. BUTTERWORTH Civil Engineer and U. S. Deputy Surveyor. Surveys accurately and promptly made. Oflice over Valdez Market, Room 3 (Opposite Seattle Hotel) H. S- WATERMAN Mining and Civil Engineer U.S.Deputy Mineral & Land Surveyor Hotel Phoenix Bedford-McNeill VALDEZ Code Alaska C. VV. HARRINGTON L. W. STORM HARRINGTON a STORM MINING ENGINEERS and U. S. UEP'Y SURVEYORS Assay Ofllce in Valdez Connection Alaska Keystone Avenue. Codes: Morelui; Neal and Bedford McNeil ]. H. MURRAY Attorney-at-Law A. G BAKER Public Accountant Seattle Hotel VALDEZ P. S HUNT Commercial Photographei High Class Work OFFICE IN SWAN BLOCK Studio, Keystone Ave. Valdez THE SOUTHERN NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS Steam Heat; Electric Liohts; Baths STRICTLY MODERN Mrs. W. H. Blaokwell H. R Leslie H. W. Panter VALDEZ TRANSFER CO. General T rucking and Freighting to all Parts of the Interior J* ** Office McKlnley Near Broadway Phono GO Notice of Election Notice i« hereby given, that an election will he held, in the incor porated town of Valdez, Alaska, at the Old Fire hall, on the Alley be tween Stull's Jewelry store* and Joseph Deiringor's place of business, on Tuesday, the lltn day of August, 1908, for the purpose of voting for a' Delegate from Alaska, to the "'House of Representatives." Polls will be open from 8 o'clock, a. m., until 7 o'clock, p. m., on said day. Alvah KameH, Henry Suessdorf and Henry W. Miller have* been appointed an judges, and W. H. C'rary and J. O. Martin an clerks of said Election. Dated thi« 7th day of July, A. D., 1908. By order of the Common Council, W. H. Crary, Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 56. An Ordinance Defining the Business of Public Scavenger ana Providing a License Therefor and Fixing a Penal ty for the Violation Thereof. Be it Ordained by the Citv Counoil of the City of Valdez as follows; Sec. 1. Any person or persons en gagod in the business of removing garbage, contents of toilets, water closets or privies, rubbish of any kind or filth from private premises for hire, shall be known and designated as a Public Scavenger, and before any per son or persons engage in such busi ness, he or they shall be required to file with the City Council an applica tion for a license so to do. Sec. 2. A license fee of Twenty Five Dollars, ($25) per annum shall be charged any person or persons ap plying for a public Scavenger license. Sec. 3. The person or persons wish ing to engage in the scavenger busi ness when notified by the Chief of Po lice that their application for a li censo so to do has been granted by the City Council, shall deposit with the City Treasurer the amount of tho license feo prescribed in Section 2 and take his receipt therefor; and upon depositing said receipt with the City Clerk, the said Clerk shall issue a Pub lic Scavenger License for one year and provide free of cost to the li censee a metallic tag bearing the in scription P. S. No. — and the number of said tag shall correspond with the number of the license issued. All li censes so issned shall hear numbers running from number one up consecu tively. If for any good and sufficient cause the City Council should refuse to grant an application for a license for Public Scavenger business, the person or persons so applying shall not be allowed to conduct such busi ness. c»ec. *4. ah sucn persona so engaged shall be subject bo such rules and reg ulations as the Public Health Depart ment may prescribe from time to time, as to the removal of garbage, contents of toilets, water closets, priv ies, rubbish of any kind or filth, and for any violation of the rules of the Public Health Department so pres cribed shall be guilty of a misdemean or and subject to a fine of Twenty Five ($25) Dollars, for each and every offense. Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police to see that all persons engaged in scavenger work for hire have applied to the City Council for a license so to do and have paid the necessary license fee, and any person or persons so engaged that have not complied with the provisions of the ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and be subject to a fine | in an amount equal to the amount of tho license fee prescribed and the payment of the license fee when an application for license has been grant ed. Provided however that the li cense fee prescribed in Section 2 shall not be construed as applying to any persoh or persons ongaged in tho transfer business or drayage business who have paid a license feo to tho Clerk of the District Court for a Trans fer Business. Sec. 6. The City Council shall call for bids for doing the general public scavangering and the successful bid der shall bo the Official City Scaven ger, whenever it is deemed necessary; make ratos for charges for the remov al of garbage, contents of toilets, water closets, privies, rubbish of any kind or filth. All occupied premises shall havo toilet cleaned out and con tents removed at least once a month. Sec. 7. This ordinance shall take ofTect and bo in force from and after its passage, approval and publication. Approved and adopted tne 6th day of July, 1908. F. M. Brown, Mayor. W. H. Crary, Clerk. B team heated furnished rooms ut Hotel Valdez. Daggott and Roberts, dentists, noxt to Seattle hotel, Valdez, Alaska. "My Aim is to Please You." For neatness and dispatch Try Webb's - Waffle - House HOME-mado Bread and lMes Mi Saloon T. A. Cobb and Harden Smith .... Proprietors.... BONDED WHISKIES A SPECIALTY Valdez, Alaska. Prospectors,' Miners' and Campers' Seasonable Goods! I i • Mosquito Tents, both Drill and Khaki Wall Tents, from 7x7 to 16x24 Lang's Collapsible Stoves, the only practical Stove for Packing. Rubber Coats, Pommel Slickers Long or Short Slickers and Parafine Leggings Fink's Waterproof Khaki Clothing Mosquito Head Nets, Gauntlet Gloves Amason-Trguaranteed—Gold Seal or Red Sole Rubber Boots Don't forget Hill's Coffee and Preferred Stock Canned Goods for your mess outfit. \ A. L. LEVY & CO GOOD GOODS OUR SPECIAL MIDSUMMER PRICES Are Moving Goods. Out of Town Order# Filled Prompt ly by Mail. Orders I for Sp e o ta cles Filled by \ Mail from any Point. i GOODS WEIJ< BOUGHT are Half Sold. Our Mail Order System Appeals to All. Prices Right. Quality Right. All Right. Service Prompt Effective W. C. S T U L L JEWELER AND OPTICIAN There is a Feeling of Security and Satisfaction in Having Your Money With This Hank, Which Has a Paid up Capital of 975,000,00 SURPLUS $12,477,191 Besides, It Han Tho Following Business Men and Capitalists on Its ] Hoard of Directors: J. E. Chilherg, Pros. Yukon Pacific Exposition; i E. F. Gray, Oen'l. Manager Great Northern Development Co.: Judge] John Lyons, U. S. Commissioner; S. A. Hetnple President; H. P.Ferguson, Merchant. Arthur Lang, Cashier. j Northern Steam Laundry Satisfaction Guaranteed R T Hkron, Manager PHONIC 66 Foot of Keystone Av< BRANCH OFFICE AT CORDOVA ■ A WORD 10 THE WISE ) ) I 1 — We are advised by our dealers that on ; and after July -30th I all grades of paper and cardboard will advance 30 per cent, over present quota tions. We make this annoucement to you so that advantage may be taken of the short time remaining ;j to turn your printing j orders in and save ! unnecessary expense j II NOW Are You Going to Build? .< A i • ; . . • . - i Before buying your material call at the and look our stock over and get our prices. We can save you money on sash, doors, glass, builders' hardware of all descriptions. MOULDINGS you ever stop to think that the mouldings we sell are made in , mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrn yaldez? that the men who operate our machines are spending their f money in Valdes, not Seattle or Tacoma. Wake up and patronise home industries!