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Anaconda News 1903-02-04

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 ���������VV!---  fiss  ir^App^utp. * '���������  ���������jMKai  WEDNESDAY,   FEERUARY     4. 1903.  THE  C. P.  As Seen by the Editor.  Last week when three cars ran off  the switch at the Mother Lode, ihe process of rerailing them proved full of in  terest.  The first two were clear off and    the ;  LSON & GO.  MERCHANT   TAILORS  Clothes Cleaned And Repaired  Copper St. Gueenwoop, B.C.  E. Jacobs  r^vcv>nntant Anaconda B.C.  ^XSjuFOR JOB PRINTING GO TC#  |THE TIMES.        GREENWOOD.^  Greenwood B C.  third had its front truck off.  When the engine arrived, they pulled  th i first truck onto the track. After  vain attempts with rerailing frogs they  had to take the car to the������afet3'switch,  about 100 feet nelow, vsrhere by running  the car partly over the switch. tU������y opened the the switch, gave ;l gentle pull  which easily put the car on the track.  This car was then taken to the Sunset  switch. The aext was treated in " the  same way. A push rerailed the front  truck of the third car.  Altogether it was the work of about  three hours.  CHOICE TOWN LOT--* I OR 8AL.ii;.  Garland ck Co.  IHE   liANK OF BRITISH  AMERICA.  Greenwood B.C.  NoJfcI.cC  PRINGLE   & ---WHITESIDE}.  Barristers.  Greenwood B.C.    .A.E. ASHCROFT..   Dom'i'iot. .<?��������� TV ������..' n ;     i i^anii -^>,., ��������� vc  \V uvu   ii-   ca. or^eeuwoo i.L������ THE  r.sr*  mtm  WEI2NESLAT,   FEBRUARY     4, 1903.  ABOUT TOW!  Mrs. Westwood of Grand Forks is  visiting the Miss Gibsons. On her arrival she came near losing a valuable  dog. At first he was.nearly run over,  and then he made his escape byway of  Dtadwood and the Crown Silver, where  he was found on Sunday nearly perished in the snow.  The nominees for m yor of    Greenwood were Messrs D. J. Sullivan, G. *R.  Naden and R. Smailes.     The   election  will be on Thursday if  the   candidates  do not withdraw.  The untroden snow in the vallay now  measures 18^ inches.  Murcury has gone below zero for the  first time this season.  Skating is fine.  Subscription to * 'Anaconda News"  .50 ayear, or .05 per ticket, good for 5  weeks.    By mail SI,00  per year.  SMITH &MC.RAE.  STATIONERY"  THg^ANADIAN BANK  OFCG6VIMERCE.  Gt?KENWOOD B.C.  WE ARE SOLE AGiv-N i :? I-oi\-   ^^BonitPtta- fiutta Perchfe fwse  the best fusefln the word- *������&  CARKY IN vVIooK- A FULL LIN&  OF MINERS'SUPPLIES, GOODWIN  CANDLES. &c. &c.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  V . C.  TILS LEY.  PRACTICAL    PLUMBER.  Steam and hot water fitter.  A first, class tinshop in coiElection.  Fire instiraiiee^ ml  tate.  N'ci:; y*T fe, ,'.!u .t.r.  I.  4  ft  I ���������._...-������.7 -"W-^^T^TrS**5tfWffi?5P?f5  WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY     4, 1903.  BOUNDARY FALLS NEWS.  Work on the additional furnace at the  Boundary Falls smelter is being rushed. Three cars of machinery w*. re sent  down last week.  GET A NEWS ADD  IT PAYS!!  Ask for price book today.  7000 ANIIVBAL HEADS, BIRDS  AC. TO   MOUNT.  ALL WORK TO COMPARE    WITH  NATURE, AND GUAR AN! EED AT  T. B. WINNETT.  TAXIDERMIST.  Silver St. Greenwood, B. C.  Webb & MaynardT"  PAfiNTING AND SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Skate Sharpening. Taxid������������r������ii������f  hTaTkiimg & co.~  Dealers in.  CIG ARS, STATIONERY,  CONFECTIONERY.  All the 1   i    .i. ;,,?n  dicals,  THIG I ANT  POWDER Coa,COM.  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Fercha Fuse &  Caps  Electric Blasting   apparatus.  FACTORIES AT   GIANT     &  CLIPPER GAP, CAL, &    VIC-  H. P. Dickinson, Agent  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73. Greenwood B. C.  THE R/>NK OF ?"C MTREAi.  Cupper St. Oi-ecuwood,   B.t ������M   *  * Imvlf  fc.H  *J  ���������of   V f   ^  igwt^sL^sHLBJg  ^'.^iUi'T..  WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY     4, 1903.  FYOU WANT-  Fruit, Candy, Groceries  Etc.  CALL AT THE-���������  South End Grocery.  Dr. R. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  Some queer grammar.  Wanted���������A room for two  gentlemen  30 feet long and 20 wide.  I       -��������� MBM��������� I LIT.I'  The vessel was  beautifully   painted  with a tall mast.  I perceived that it had been  scoured  with half an eye.  I found a cent walking over a bridge.  Here is news from a neighbor boiled  down.  HAM ILTO IM   !  POWDER Co.  IVIOiSiTREAL.  >  ���������High Explosives,  Blasting & Stumping Powder.^  ���������Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.   <|  FACTORY NANAIMO B. C. ���������   <$���������  E. W. Monk, Agent. |  GOVERNMENT ST.  ^Tel. 16.  Greenwood,  B. C.������>  Smith & Mc. Rae.  Books, Stationery,Wall paper, Etc.  Smith & Mc. Ewen of the Anaconda  store are preparing for the lenten season by stocking up with a full line   o  salt <%: Fm^k'-d fish of vnrious kirul*.  i  I


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