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Anaconda News 1903-09-02

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 THE ANACONDA NEWS  /  *x.v -_E_____!  _!_.-. ������ .  N > 38.  WED"NE������T��������������� l\ SEPTEMBER 2, *y������3.  n.ui_H..P>"J|fl������W  Vol 3.  REPORTER  Sees great things.  On Friday morning the reporter k-ft  Grand Forks bv train. On his arrival  at Eamberts he was joined by the re*t  of the party and started up the hill  toward the Iron King. It took us an  hour to climb up to the mine, which is  615 feet above th* track. Jhe claim  lies east afcd west and takes in 1500 feet  of lead. . .,,  We first went down the western nii.-  side. On this there are five openings.  The first two were not sampled. lhe  third and forth were large and we took  a.small sample of each. The filth was  a tunnel 35 feet long and timbered.  In the center of the claim is a swamp  from which the ground rises in all directions. .  Oo the southern slope there are three  holes, viz: o_e shaft, an inclined shaft  and the discovery hole. The first shaft  Continued on page6.  1-TME  Ham, Bacon &������au������age  AT  P. BURNS & C������  Greer wood B.C.  'Phone No. 2.  Tow a Lom Selling Ch^p.  Houses and Cabitas to Kcwt.  GARLAND  & CO.  Smith,. & McBae.  Books, Stationery   Wallpa.per. Mte.  I THE ANACONDA NEWS  i.'  ������������������-���������������_      si/*  J: v, _  .. ..<  i ���������������������������' i.*..-.-.  ABOUT TOwWN  Grand Forks hu.a rnar.y gardens.  Mrs. Armstrong of Greenwood ha* returned from Spokane.  The thermometer registered 36- on  Monday mormng at 6.60.  Two mors boats are being built for  Boundary Creek by the boys of Anaconda.  Mr. J. C, Miss Mary   and   Mrs     F._  K ifer left for Cleaviand   and   Columbus Ohio.    Mrs Keffer will    return   in  six weeks.  Mile signs have been ch-.tifr-zd on the  C.P.R. They now numb' r f r m Nelson instead of Robson ������>s formerly.  Mile signs have also been put up on  the high line.  -���������"--" ������������������ ������������������ '~  1. ... ������������������ .'���������    ..     ���������    11 .....���������_  Subscription to "Anaconda News"  .56 a year, or .05 per ticket, good for a  weeks.    By mail $1,00   per year.  WEARS SOEE AGENTSjFOR  Dr. E. MatMson  DentisD    Greenwood,  Webb & MaynarcC  PAINTING AND SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Hotel L-adysmitiie  The only Workingman's Hotel in to���������a  EVEHYTHING FlRST C*C,ASS.  OJaLofotad.  f*nOPf"jlK?0������t  WILSON &CO.  MERCHANT   TAILORS.  Clothes Cleaned and Repaired  Copper St.  Ghesnwood, _. C  ^"Bennetts Gutta Peroha fuse  the best fase in the worlds a������d  CARRY IN STOCK A  FUEL   LINE  OF MINERS'SUPPLIES, GOODWIN  CANDLES. &c. &e.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  iclei  Tinning and plumbing.  COPPER ST.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  bRKEKWOOD P.C.  THIS  Space THE A tfACONDA NEWS  >������l  <>  <>  <���������  <���������  TRY  THE  _E__ _tffe_   MBBk  FOR  #  ���������  ^  ���������  CHEAP RATES.  I  ������*���������  ���������>  o 4  The Anaconda News  1  I  Smelter Ne ws.  At the Anaconda smelter a temporary  track has been built down the hill from  the lower ore bin railway tracks to the  furnace floor. On this the molten slag  cars have been let down from the  freight cars to the place where they  are to be used.  Work is progressing- rapidly on the  foundations for the new brick smoke  stack.  T" - ��������� ��������� ��������� "������������������"  - ���������       _   ...    ���������       .,- ���������    _ -   ���������     ^mmnrr      '.    ���������       ,*_r  Every person wastes enough money  in six or seven-years to realize a handsome capital if part even were saved.  YORK COUNTY   LOAN    AND  SAVINGS C������  J.    HANHAM.    Supt.  Rossland, B. C.  ������������������"-������������������ ��������� -     ,.-������������������������������������- ���������        i ��������� ��������� -������������������ ������������������... ���������I,,. ���������    p,,   .i ���������  ,.i���������  TI E  O p    I.   Cc  NEW   &    SECOND  HANDSTOicE.  Coppkr ST.  Greenwood B. C.  9  ���������$g  ���������MS  'M  m  ���������m  1 TEE ANACONDA news  5  ������������"*������  MINING NOTE  Thf Re-drick Due i.*. b Hug worked by  Thomas Mc. DonnpJl nud is a good prospect rich iti {;oli3 ai d wilver.  Fred Oliver is working :h������������ Morrison  one ������ f the got d mine's of D fcd.vcd  Camp.  G.L������ason and J.Lucy are wo������k g-  the Ah There which promi**** to be ���������������  rich mine.  r  U  n &*i  H. Johiisoci of No. 7 ha������������   the   tunnel  in 860 feet  3BB���������  ��������� f,      aV  H. A. KING&  Dealer* ir.  CIGARS, teTATIONER Y.   CONFECTIONARY.  All the latest periodicals.  IF YOU WANT-  Fruit, Candy, Groceries  EtC.   CAt,I< AT THE-   South End Grocery.  If AiXKTT & SHAW  Greetawoe^ B. Cs  INES, REAL ESTATE, FBRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  MONEY TO LOAN.  Greewwood, B. C.  THE GIANT  POWDER Co.,CON.  High & Low Explosives  lit a PorchayFuse  &  s  Electric Blasting    ap������  paratus.  factorFes^t^giant   &  clipper gap. cajl., &   vic-  !_-. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73.     Green wand B. C.  A. Jacob?  Aeceuntant Aaaeosd:: B.C. thf ANACONJTA NEWS  The Ideal Tonic.  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  JUST REGEIVED���������  A FULL LINE OF MEN S SHOES at-  Smitt. & McEwen.   THE IRON KING.    From page  1.  on this slope is full of water, so it  could not be sampled, but the Inclin*  and discovery shaft are dry, as sre  nearly all the others. The discovery  shaft was raext sampled and after a  rest we retraced our steps.  On our way back we. visited... a_ few  other prospects.  _  CULTUS  HEHE  FIRE   INSURANCE,     MINEST,  REAL ESTATE,  GEO. It. NADEN  MANAGING   DIRECTOR.  Are yer sorry yer big brother died,  Jimmis? m ,     .    .  Oh, not so bad! I can have pants that  fit me now.  V  LTO N  ���������RCo.  OF  ONTREAL.  >High Explosives, ������  ��������� Blasting & Stumping Powder. O  ^  Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.^  I FACTORY.NANAIMO B. C. %  $ E. W. Monk, Agent. |  % GOVERNMENT ST. $  fTel. 16&57. Greenwood,  B.C.*������  ���������v


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