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Anaconda News 1904-06-22

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 ���������������������������������;���������  ���������rs"?  ���������^p���������p������������������^m_<Pii*wii w mafiiinw  Vol 4.  No 28.  WEPNESTASr. Jl'NE 22, 1904.  5 c. per M >nth  At  the  Mother    Lode  At the Mother Lode many new thi...;s  are being done.  The new coal tram from the air compressor to the top of the hill is completed and in use.  All the former sorting plant ys torn  out with the exception of the building  containing the big sorting belt, which  will be used for conveying ore from the  crushers, that are to be installed later,  to the ore bins. Excavating will ������hort  ly be started near where the old engine  that ran the sorting plant was placed.  This excavation will be carried beyo_d  where the present wall   back    of     the  Cf School Here is on  if rid ay.  The last day of public school here  will be next Friday. The event will be  celebrated ice cr.am and cake to s.ti -  fy the inner man and son^s and recitations f>r the intellectual.  A public meeting will b-* held in the  school house on Saturday for the election of trustees, etc. It is very likely  that at this meeting M ss Gibson will be  reelected as teacher for ihe coming season, as she is very popul r in Anaconda.  shaft comes down.  This work will give  a large space in which will be placed  crushers, ore bins, engines ai.d other  machinery.  'ra  Long Lake Camp .seems to b'������ having  a boom. Work is going on at the Rod-  rick Dhu, aid ore is    being     brought  I (Joui-iuucd on page t. THE *>'A.COSrPA NEWS  ABOUT TOV--N  the  A new residence is going up   in  Fisher addition of Gree   wood.  One of the largest teas of the season  was given by Mrs. Fair on Monday afternoon.  Mr. Lang the local assayer has moved his office to the O. I. C.'s former  store on Greenwood St.  Mr. McVicar of the E. P  U. went   c-  ���������������  LT  ���������  ���������  HA  POWDER Co.  MONTTREAL.  ���������High Explosives,  Blasting & Stumping Powder.  Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.>  | FACTORY NANAIfVSO B. C. $  t ~��������� * -  i       E. W. Monk,  ��������� District Marager.  % NELSON. %  ty ty  ty  ve;* to Nelson on the 16th to see about  returns from the ore shipment and via-  it his family.  Mr. Homer Wells who was married  to Miss Hagerman last week has been  in the employ of the B. C. Copper Co.  for many years. The News congratulates.  The concert and dar.ce given by the  Church of England last week wms a  treat to the musical people of Greenwood and a success financially. Over  $50.00 were cleared for the benefit of  the church.  FIRE   INSURANCE,     MINES  REAL ESTATE.  il c*A    Tn     v a w\ gram.  <urJ_v." it. r*Af*_ir*  MANAfllHC OincCTCR  'J kih CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  CR KENWOOD P.C. THE ANA'"(JNDA NEWS  'TINI01HY SEED.  We have some local gown   timothy  seed for spring seeding, also a good assortment cf D. M". Ferr}r's seed.    All is  new stock.  Smith & ���������cEwen.  ii  i&&  P. BURNS & C������  Greer wood B.C  Phone No. 2.  Creek Bights-Rainfall.  June 13th to June  19th.  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  Coldest  Warn: est  ft.    in'lRainfall. in  1        8 1m  1 7  1 7  1 6  1 6  2 .. 5  2 3  2 ft 5  43  Fahr.  c7  |T . ....  jW.  T  F 2 1-4  S 1-4  v> ....  Total    2 1-2  iFor'd      9  To d't 11 1-2  MINES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  FE &,.   ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  MON������Y TO LOAN.  Greenwood. B. C.  USIC OF ALL KINDS AT-  S.BA^RYJ^ILL.  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler.  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Green wood,   B.   C.  ra  *_v  jrlioto Supplies.  Becks, Stationery   Wallpaper, BJtc. 4  THE ANA^OISTA  NEWS  .CULTUS-HEHE  "You don't need any medicine. Go  . ftorfi^ and.put on 3rour heavy clothes a-  ������ gain.*'  4*I can't do it, doctor.        My     wife's  packed them all a\va3r in niojh balls.''  THE GIANT  POWDER C6.,CON.  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Fercha Fuse  &  Caps"-'  Electric Blasting    apparatus.  C<  31ES  AT   GIANT  CLIPPER GA.������   CAL, &     VICTORIA B. C.  H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73. Careen wood B.C.  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NO&TH  AMERICA.  Greenwood, B. C.  WE   PBJiMT DODGERS   AC.  Delicious���������Pure���������Wholesome���������Satisfying- :Nori-Alcholic.  ir-:_ ideal akerecan TONSC. /  susmm  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling-Workup  Greenwood, B. C.  TENDER MEATS.  FRESH fTSiToTl>YSTXF.Sv_  poulTryX^ame;  ATTHEtti  ��������� \  0  ient;  Two five room cottages (nearly.fnew)  in Anaconda. Bathroom, and pantry.  Good outbuildings and lo(tS;,;. fenced.  Good spring water at door. 1*9 be sold  at a bargain, on ea sy pay raeii^?; .Apply  to JOHN LOWRY. Anaconda,^.-CJ  'barristers.  Green Wed B. C.  i  * -. THF. ANAiTP-TTv*-   \tf.;m-s  IVUN1NG  NOTES.  The Helen is improving with development. Some of the richest ore evor  found in the camp is be-'-ng sacked at  present.  From the E P. U.-a carload <>f very  rich ore was shipped last week to Ne'-  son.  BESTTABLE \H B. C.  FINEST IMPORTED DRlfl  AT  ANACONDA  j  ������.  Jn ~  The Elkhcrn is roing well. The}*- are  shipping two carloads if rich silver  gold ore to Trail per month.  On the Barbara development is being  umannus,  r?ro:iotor.  Town Li)'yi .Selling: Ch^ap.  Houses and Cabins to Rent.  GARLAND  & CO.  Continued on page 6.  THE  O. I. C  NEW & SECON ->  HAND      STORE.  Copper St-  Greeuwood, J8.   C.  Dr. B. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood,  WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR-  The Lest fuse in the world;  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULF1ELD  CO. LTD.  Tl.'t  ta'Jbhcripnoii to   "Anaconda iNews ���������  .50  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for5  weeks.    By mail $l,00per year. 6  MINING NOTI S. From page 5.  lushed with good prospects of striking  a rieh lead.  THE AN At ONPA  NEWS  The Arlington, about a half mile below Anaconda, is being developed by  Mr. Chns. Peterson and partner.     It   is  a promising prospect.  LONG LAKE CAMP. From first page.  down steadily.  Messrs. Wood and Bannerman are  making preparations to open up their  claim, which lies near the Rodrick  Dhu, but lew?r down. This is a property just recently staked and has a free  gold lead.  t  T  "���������A"! ^'iT-KTT^ff'IrW1  You can get what you wr-nt in  Drug Store goods when you come  here.  No matter how sraa'l or how large  vi-ur purchase may be satisf ict on  vroe.s with each and everv one.  Thrse are some of the reasons why  thi.-s Drug Store is the place for your  money.  WHITE BRCS. BISFEKS.KG CKEESfilSTS.  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  ���������MMPpp-U������p^.pMJW������.^.MPw������app^PM������������^>������*������" ^���������������i'w^������^.w   i '    ^mmj^a  I  At the Providence they are stoping  ������re on the three hur.dred foot level only. The lead is stronger than on the  upper levels, and equally as rich. A-  bout a carload per week is being   shi^-  pep to Nelson.   Subscription to   "Anaconda News"  .50  a year, or .05 per ticket, gccd for5  v. ecka.    By mail $t,C0per year.  Maynard & Co.  PAINTING AND SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper  St.  HEADQUARTERS FOK  Books, Stationery, Office supplies   and  Wallpaper.  COLES & FRITH.  W_   PRINT DODGERS   &.C


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