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Anaconda News 1902-07-23

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 1  %0&f^  /  fwrwaam^y  ^'"lir-^CTSgaglHEW" gii1.1 J."'.'  M������lP<Ml^hPP>P������������W>yBpfcJpMM������IMWp^  2  WEDNESDAY, JULY ������, 1902. JO I f    2 $      2  ������-  ,   V  0. 0  liood meats.  This space for .'ids���������20 cents a mouth..  i  Tbe editor has made three much enjoyed trips on the steamer Ross land  which plies the Arrow Lakes. This  steamer is the largest of the C. P. R.  boats on the Columbia. It is a stern  wheeler run by two powerful engines  and capable of making 20 knots an hour.  The boat has a well furnished ladies  cabin aft, a smoking cabin forward  and a dining between them. Surrounding these are comfortable staterooms for pasengers. .' .,  The dining room service is fine, the  tables being loaded with flowers and  good things to eat and the waiters are  gentlemen.  THE CANADIAN BAN  Barristers.  Greenwood B.C.  E. Jacobs ���������  Accountant AnacouVn B,C.  *^.FOR JOB PRINTING viOTO*  |^THE TIMES.    ^ GREENWOOD.'*  ilALLETT&8KAVV.     '  Barristers *        yy t /  Greenwood B.C.  v*xuiv,j!i Xu WIN L,sj l\-> ,b O 'A SALE.  Garland & Co.  THE* BANK OF-BRITISH   NOI&H  AMERICA.  Greenwood B.C.  1X7TT1 rnXMl TT4W  ......... A.E. ASHCROFT....,.....-.,  Dominioii & Provincial Land Sarvfcjw;  Wood Block. Greenwood, B.C  ���������%  * \  ���������.'ifuk f.sif"K:t!JHmi^^vniwii'i'.i'i:i <n. i."  '<���������'��������� 'Wi' j n ywrnftajnuuff  WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1902.  2  Capt.Geo. Robertson is the jolly captain who keeps everything shipshaj>e  and every body happy.   ~ABOUT JTOWN  Mr. Finley and his dozen "savages"  have the new'road from Boundary Falls  to Anaconda nearly completed. The  Greenwood water-wagon will c o me  down to sprinkle the new road before'it;  is rolled. This process will make a  smooth road without the usual ruts  that come front leaving the wagon  wheels to do the rolling. The road will  be built on Denver Ave., instead o f,  Butte Ave.  CARD OF THANKS.  Mr. T. A. Garland wishes to express  many thanks to all who kindly assisted in saving hisefectsfrom the fire on  the 14th.  CULTUS HEHE.  MR. RUBBERNECK   VISITS   THE  COUNTRY.  He went out to see a bull-rush but  found it to late in the season.        But  BlTMUUintUglUCUilBi  Uiiug   u������oau   ������t ������k������  a door step then he saw a board walk.  On his way to the station he saw a  horse fly, and as he was about to take  the train for the city he had a bloody  encounter with Amos Keeter.  MKLLOBS.  SASH & DOORS.  MEIXOIL Bl^UCK,  Grkenwoob,   B.C.  WE ARE S()L1^AGENTS FOR-   ^"Bennfrtes Gntta Perch a fuse  the best fuse in the word- ���������������������*  CARRY IN STQCK A  FULL   LINE  OF MINERS' SUPPLIES, GOQDW1N  CANDLES. &c. &c.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  Eire ...insnranftA...' imf was. v������������.i  tate.  Afi  MMUmWHIilHUBaiMBM  mam ,*.^->/  s   -  ITS   EFFECTS   FROSV1   GLACIER  TO  GREENWOOD.  MUCH DAMAGE PONE.  At Glacier B. C.    the  storm of Monday, July  14 did not do much harm J  in  the way  of blowing������  down   trees.     However,  the hotel   was     shaken  severely.   The wind was  accompanied by   heavy  rain which continued for  24 hours, spoiling a  lot  of pleasure.  From Revelstoke"  south, and especially between Nelson and Green-"  wood,   many   trees   are  down.  Between Anaconda  and Boundary Falls < i t  looks as if a hurric a n e  had struck if.  At Anaconda the water  barrels were all blown  off the top of trestle  No 91 A. The w i u d  also blew a tree on top of  the Keffer resid e n c e ,  which luckily, did n o  damage.  WE. "rtWfc  These faces o������  Type. Also try  Our Advertisements.       Sub-  scription *Bates $1  PER year by  mail,   .50  PER YEAR IN TOWN  or .05 per ticket.

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