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Anheuser Busch Brewing Association

 

A New Enterprise

C H Parker, of Guthrie, is here as the agent of the Anheuser Busch Brewing Association to build a large and well equipped cold storage building. The work has already begun and soon will be completed. It will face Blackwell avenue in the third block east of Main. The building will hold eight loads of Ice and will be constantly refilled by wagons hauling from the station. Mr Parker says it is expected to keep it so supplied as to furnish all the needed supply of ice to the city. This is the filling of a long felt want and we are fortunate in getting it and also in having such a pleasant gentleman as Mr Parker for its manager.

 

The Blackwell Eagle
Blackwell , Oklahoma
August 3, 1894

Submitted By: Vicki Ebert

 

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