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 1  ANACONDA NEWS  T&U&SPAY, JULir 2. 1905.  On, account of a trip   to   Revelstoke  gating until Wednesday,   no     regular  bating until Wednesday.  Ntfwa will appear this week.  Mr. Brock of th������ geological survey ia  in ReveLloke.  The roof of Mr.   Eek's   house   was  rtshingled last week.  Friday; last the Anaconda school  children wer let out for six weeks holiday?.  ?������Iiss Anna Oisjn was married to Mr.  Martin Anderson list night. They will  make their home in town  Thetwo.'daycelebrations at Nelson  and Grand Forks were highly successful.1 On the morning-of the first i t  started out rainy, but had no effect on  the ardour of the crowds. About 3 P.M  the rain stopped.   ��������� ������������������'  ,*m I.I     " , ���������_������������������ '       |   4  Last Thursday evening a train of 28  cars (14 cars of^oke and 14 ore) went to  the Boundary Falls smelter.. This is  the longest train and the Targ-cst a -  mtv_������t of coke that ev<_r went to Bom ������*  dary-FalU iai one day.  1 ANACONDA NEWS  THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1903.  Saturday Jun* 27���������For the last few  d������ys the Columbia River was so high  as to flood the railroad track so that  the steamers came all the way to Rev-  elstoke. Today ths train made the first  trip to Arrowhead.  CULTUS HEHE  That is a curious milk pail of yours,said  the nrlkman. 'Taint near as curious  as that pale milk of yours, replied the  servant girl.  MINING NOTES.  ���������   .   ���������   \ 'p       ���������������-"���������>'   ������������������P���������*M<M        II.    _���������������������������������ii   ill. ������������������  p    .��������������������������� ������������������^  Mr. Fowler has struck a fine lead of  rich ore op the Defiance.  i&orand & Charlbbneau have struck,  rich ore on their claisn. above the Catholic Church.  The Barbara above Green wood   is   a  promising prospect.  Mrs. H. A. King died on the first.  2  /

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