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Anaconda News 1901-12-11

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 A NEWS  WEDNESDAY, 'DECEMBER 11 , 1901.  ��������� - *       '   (  X        Today the News   i  PIKKPBI ��������������������������� v-,' i-'  TO  I rprf irtfpr iir '  i������t������iO.   fl jiuuiGllbJ JuUj. ���������  A Short History ,0f the  naconda News.   ,, .3   is   we!!    known    j ;  this district, and has a number of distant subscribers, It has also been a  financial success.  ABOUT TOWN  The Anaconda News began its  work  EdLr b7.Tnd^f ^������M  j^aitor oy a friend in the East  a sticks?/' aTd a.cardbo������d box for  "Stick:. Alurtwo issues he found  <his too weak, and used the tin tooof a  ���������Cy\lT r'at6r the ^eewoodXner  grave the news a real stick.  J. he press, in early days  was   thumb  power, *nd this made th'e ediUons^  The office was   soon     enlarged     hv  home-made cardboard cases   S      ^  ������tie arrival of th<*���������-^������   ���������������^     *��������� .      I  the building of ^e-oSce^'he1^  steps of importance. *CXt  For three months the   paper   was?'V  Single  column.      The     typographical i  outfit was next purchased Ld the ^'  per enlarged to two columns P  Thursday of last week Anaconda had  the most serious fire in her'.."?hi������tor'.\  when the Palace hotel burned to the  ground. The fire started about 4 A.M.  probably from a defective flu<*? Nothing was savecKbut valuable papers.  Mr.D,P. Mc Crae came near losing  his happy home in the fire on Thursday.  Mr. W.H. Thomas left for New York  on Monday accompanied by Mr,  Keif-  seer as far as Rossland.  Mrs. Garland, who has been visiting  Mr. Garland the past week, le^ft on  Monday's train for Portage La * Prairie.  ...  CULTUS  HEHE.  If a cord of wood is worth $ 3.00 what  will a ton of coal come to?  Ashes. fHE ANACONDA NEWS.  WF.r������NFSPAV. DT-'.r. n. t*<������l.  $ ii m.  ?.���������-  The AnacciKiy. >'cv*\\s.  Monday,    Deo. jo Ui.  EcIitor. i a m goi j;g- t.o start up a  l>^ paper, <;a.l!>ri the Anaconda  >.'ews.        Kobert icei'iier. - _������������**,������  ���������#  a New house, it is-a very fUmsv  i\ 1 J!! !���������  .A   lOj  . A(\0V2fR  >������ honr.M\. m. is quiie  nasty but strong, from notes "**"**  The editors printing o./?/ce is but  small, so the paper is the .same.  The ������ld fiyeet of ships is f ine.w  They have been taken out ri/"the  water. rohcrt Keffi<?r.  ������*  The above is an exact reproduction  ������f the first copy of the Aaacsnda  News. A glance at it shews the hardships of the early News  office.  Today the News celebrates its  birthday.  first


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