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Anaconda News 1903-05-20

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 THE ANACONDA NEWS  WEDNESH  MAY   20. 1903  SOAP-FACTORY,  Ai d modern slaughter  house.  Hup   '1J  Oil.  *^w-<&*6������?  w  i  i$I������ii������ audi  ^^ \<# ������^- ������#     \\\W ^.^ ^P  P. Bur^s & Co. have nearly fmir-hed  their new slaughter-house in lower Anaconda. Every thing is on labor saving lines. From the time a steer is kill  ed until loaded in the railway cdr, it is  not taken from the overhead hook o n  which it is dressed. This hook runs directly to the scales and car.  Fire guards and a large tank with  hose have been provided in case of fire.  A flume from a mountain spring- supplies the water.  All fats will bs converted into soap at  the plant.  This slaughter house will be the central plant for the surrounding country  from Rock Creek to Grand Forks.  FIRE  INSURANCE,     Ml  REAL ESTATE..  UKO. It. NADE1N  MANAGING  DIRECTOR  ���������' ��������� f  Hotel LadyEmitlaL  The only Workingman'* Hotel in town  Everything First Ci,ass.  Ola Lofstad.  PHOPniETER.  Work is being done on the Merimack  claim below Anaconda. A shaft is  down about 20 feet.  ILSON & CO.  MERCHANT   TAILORS.  Copper St. Greenwood, B.C   A.E. ASHCROFT ~  Dominion & Provincial Land Surveyor  Wood Block. Green wood, B.C.  b Mijl H ��������� Mt.ltAE.   STATIONERY  **Y  mm THE  2 WRUNESr^f  h  ,    MAY   13, t������l3. 2  ABOUT TOWN  Mr. Paul Johnson came in on Frid ly  evening.  Will the fish ladders be put in at  Boundary Falls?  Miss. Gibson of the Anaconda school  was ill last week.  The beautiful oriole that lives along  the creek each season is nere again.  Mr. E. Jacobs of Anaconda left yesterday for a business trip to the coast.  Mr. Astley of the Snowshoe mine has  been spending some time at the Mother  Lode.  Mr. McAllister met Mrs. McAllister  and children at Grand Forks on Sunday. They arrived here safely last  Monday.  ' I r   Mr.  New. For Job Printing.    Cheap Rates.  HALLETT&SHAW  Greenwood B.C.  Sabscription to * 'Anaconda News''  .50 a year, or .05 per ticket, good for 5  ���������weeks.    By mail $1,00   per year.  &.  Jacob*  Accountant Ana������*>t3d������ B.C.  CANADIAN BANK.OF  COMMERCE.  W. C.  TILSLEY.  PRACTICAL    i'LU^: IvER,  Ste:a.rr. and hot water htcfcr.  A firat cl.'-.s* tin .shop in'connection;  THE   BANK OF -BRITISH- >������ORT_T  AMERICA.  C KKKM WOO D B C.  WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOK   ^^Beiiiietts (lutta-Fercha. fete  tlie Lest fuse in lie woid ��������� *&������  CAEKY IN STOCK A  FULL   L^NS  OF MINERS' SUPPLIES, GOODWIK  CANDLES. Ac. &c  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  /���������t,f-\      ������    *"P.T>  THE O. I. C.  jkw & Sbgond Hand Stork.  COPPER ST.  Greenwood B.C. 7  THE  J���������M.'l. -'."JUJMB.1!!!,.!  *-i?^**������,*~<Z!Z*m  ma  **g   .'V.'-.-'JL  WEDNESn^ ?.   MAY   TO, 1903.  New store at E ounda-  ry Tails.  The building for the Boundary Falls  Mercantile Co is nearing completion,  and will be open for busin.ss about  June 1st. They plan to carry afuil line  of general groceries, with a bakery i n  connection. The building whicii i s a  two story structure will have a hall a-  bove the store.  I  Webb & .Wayward  FAINTING AND SIGN WORK  BjCYCLE &   MACHINE   KEPAIJR  fii-at* Sh������rn<������������ing-, Tpxidertnist.  Town Lots ^H������gl;]hfJi"p7~  Houses and Cabin*, to b'eut.  GARIAND  A. CO.  A.  s.  Fresh spring salmon &  halibut at  z*  EVERY WEDNESDAY   &   FRI-   ���������������*r*-��������� ;������-i      ������������������     ��������� ������������������������������������������������������  Greerwood B.C. 'Phone No. 2.  A KING & CO.  Dealers in:  CIGARS, bTATIONERY,  CONFECTIONERY.  Allthe lite*>     periedicals,  THE G I A N T  POWDER Co.,CON.  High. & Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse &  Caps  Electric Blasting   ap-  paratua.  r������v i wr%B_o   At-l'l"   GflA^ST       &  CLBPPER GAP, CAL., &    VIC-  TORI A B. C. ���������  H. P. Dickinsori, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73. Greenvrcod B, C THE ANACONDA NEWS  innjjimiJi i...dwiw  '.W-   !.''������������������-1      L      ..".  PPP*������  WEDNESri^r,   MAY   20,1903.  SFYOU WANT  Fruit,Candy, Groceries  Etc  CALL AT THE  South End Grocery-  I    HA Ml LTO  $     POWDER  I OF  &  ���������  o������  ���������  ���������  MONTREAL.  *>  Dr. R Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  ��������� j ������High Explosives,  ^ Blasting & Stumping Powdor.^  ���������  Fuse, Caps & Blastiug Apparatus.^  FACTORY NANAIMO 3. C. t  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson leave today for Nelson.   CULTUS   HEHE  A QUEER WORLD.  A fellow is seat off to bed  his head,  And he's hustled out of it.don't you see,  When he's just as sleepy ad he can be.  | E. W. Monk, Agent.  GOVERNMENT '_J\  $T<.1.16&57.  v  4>  Greenwood, B. C .������  Smith & MeBae.  Books, Stationery,Wall paper, fitc.  RESH FRUITS.  Smith & Mc.Ewen of the Anaconda  stor* are receiving a nice lot of oranges,  lemons and bananas this week, direct  from Spokane.


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