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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 February 1902

Ownehip of a diatewhiab. thiPas Good judgment In b"Um. - SGood taste la .i., and Financial Montana. Music Co./ ..I N. Flan lt. Blank Books Office Supplies Big. Cut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Franfes Montana BookCo. W, M. KLEIN, Managr 200 P. Main St., Bnttis, Phos 204 EVAS' BOOK STORE Still at the Old Stand With new reading and writ ing matter of all description. Offlee and Typewriting sup plies. Society' Stationery. 114 N. (lain St. CALKINS' BOOK STORE Two Specials New Line of Pictures In our south window. Water colt ore, Coploy Prints. Fine repro. ductions. Ink Wells, great dis. play, greAt varietk., for office or for home. CALKINS' BOOK STORE Precious Eyesight... Is preserved (better by Gasllight than by any other artificial light. Ask yopr doctor, Oas"ktM.pbaheap, est lgtht service, an`4 t slest regwlated.. Gas Office 202 North 'lain THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Through Line In connection with Oregon short Line and Rio Grande Western, from Utah to Kansas City,...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 February 1902

OrOS[ THi IRACES I *USINESS M]N'S ASSOCIATION 0 AGAINST POOL RIOM BlETTING. TO BE MADE CAMPAIGN ISSUE F Will Hold Meeting Next Monday to A Formulate Plans for Spring Election-No Clearing House. The Business Men's association de clared war on the pool rooms of the b city last evening. At a meeting to be held next Mon- p day evening the association will formu- d late plans of attack upon the pool t rooms. The business men who compose f its membership intend to make the clos- c ing of the pool rooms the chief lUue of the next municipal campaign. It was given out last night that this would be 1 done. d Judge Speer said that pool rooms are r more demoralizing than faro. O. H. t Might said that the city officials ought t to do something to stop pool room r gambling. D. J. Hennessy exprets.-d the r view that many clerks and other young I men ruin themselves at pool betting, and F said he was willing to go on record as favoring any reform that could be car ried out. Oppose to Race Meeting. ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 February 1902

A STREET SCENE IN BSUSY BILLINGS. f nl ' . t -1 t ViT 11, ý~ ý' CI, *V ýi~';Y", c^ t .. .i. _ Fa a,#ý ý+.We, ^ýý j( Li M`,; ai . s# .. . ný .ýýýII.'Z'ý ý t Xý ýý ý ý1F /t , (s b ·k*I~ Awl ý ,ey'ý..^6 ':ý.e.i ý ,' . .,. . .i . ,ý Df"i ` ~~"·~c, J· 93ý 'ýfýS P {,- i ý`ý ! ýt ý I ý ýý ýt ° '9 Y," ,"t * ' , . . ' t 'ý i '" ,r ý ýl . '( ý ý 1 ` Ei}"+11': Y "ý .. afý. , -r NORRIS GiAY TILKS OF FORT BENTON'S PALMY D YS When Norris Gray of Fort Benton was In Buttte last there were a few scattering cabins to mark the presence of a town. That was about 30 years ago. No wonder, then that as he stood in front of the new Hirbour building this morning and gazed up at the eight storied skyscraper he should exclaim, "This town has changed." Mr. Gray 'Is one of the best-known of the old timers in the northern part of the state. lie has been in Fort, Benton since the memory of man. Anything that Norris doesn't know about the buffaloes that dammed the Missouri river as they crossed in countless thousa...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 February 1902

iA I; raýýi' -rF-L4 At a meeting of the salokholders of the Montana Jockey club, held in the pa' Iors of the Llulte hotel last night, piliSnn for the race meet logs to be held itt IHutte and Analconda were(l disuiLssed. S-One of the importalnt matters c(onhld ered was the cngageinient of a secretary to succeed Se(Icretary Laurtncet'. PI'rel dent Wilson said that he had several application.s ald also had oneit or two mnen in view. The selectioll of the secretarly tilS finally left to the1 president and ithe directors, as a ill be the filling of other positions. It -was decided that the meeting in Butte would open June 12, the day he fore Miners' U'nion day. The pulrses will all be attractive in size and there will ibe nothing offered less than $2510. Last year the purses wtire tsa led down land it created considerable dissatisfaction among the stockholders and horsemen. "We havei not decided upon a secre tary," said President Wilson itn speaking of the meeting. "I have two or three m...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 February 1902

Anaconda News. VoTIN§ Illi BONDS UP TO OCITIZINS WRHHERK: THEY S.ALL BE ISItIED. TOMORROW IS ELECTION DAY Believed Proposition Will Carry Al most Unanimously-But Little Opposition Has So Far Been Manifested. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 18.-It will be decided by the citizens of Anaconda tomorrow whether a new high school building will be erected in this city this year. The polls will open at 10 o'clock in the fore noon and will close at 6 o'clock. The voting place designated is the Central school building. The ballots have been printed, and the following form will be used: "Shall bonds be issued and sold to the amount of fifty-eight ($58,000) dollar- and bearing not to exceed five (5) per cent Interest, and for a period not to exceed twenty (20) years, for the purpose of purchasing a school lot and building a schoolhouse thereon, and furnishing the smne? "Bonds, yes? "Bonds, no?" All cltisens who are legal voters will be nllowed to cast their ballots at tomor row's el...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 February 1902

FI IIMIIF NEWS OF AND lNIN STORIES CAMPS ý. PRODUCE ROADS TO THUND[R FIVE MAPPED OUT BY D. E. BUR LEY OF THE 0. 8. L. ALL ENTER FROM THE SOUTH Bridges Being Built Over the Gulches That May Fill With Water--An other Proposed Route From Lima. D. E. Burley, general passenger agent of the Oregon Short Line railroad, has issued a few leaflets in which he calls the attention of the public to the Oregon Short line' route to the Thunder Moun tain mining district of Idaho. He says: 'The country for a radius of about 75 miles surrounding Thunder Mountain is unsurveyed, and our great difficulty has been to determine the most feasible and shortest route into that district. We have been investigating the different routes for some time and think that the information herein is upproximately cor rect. "We have five good routes from dif ferent points up our line into the dis trict, they being as follows: Via Weiser. 'Council, Meadows and Warren; ',!a Boise, Idaho City, Banner and Bear Val ley; via K...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

SUTTE INTE. MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXJI NO. 281 BUTT!. I.lONTANA, WbDNESDbA'VENING. FEBRUARY 19. 1902, PRICE FIVB CENTS MWKIMtY FUND IS INCREASING a QUITE RAPIDLY SBOERTARY RITOKIE ZENGAGD G&TKERXING INBRLATION AsU TO MONEY RAIBED ONE MAN GIVES UP S25,000 Ohio Cities Will Not Erect Monuments as at First Contemplated But Will Devote Sums' Raised to the National Fund. (By Associated Press.) Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 19.-That public intere&t in the McKinley memorial Is on the increase is evidenced by the ever growing volume of letters and telegrams received at the headquarters of the Na tional association in this city. Secretary Ritchie is busily engaged in securing information from every sec tion for his report to be submitted at the Washington meeting of the trustees on February 26. R. G. Kerens of Missouri says that state rill give $25,000 to the fund. In Kansas City an effort is being made to get a contribution from every resi dent, ranging from 1 cent up. Cincinnati will not erect a m...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

IN DILLON CiOURTS GIAnLas MflotarlUT GeTS TWO TrAn R8 iPr PaN. HE PLEAD GUILTY YESTERDAY Molntyre's Foxy Trick Caused His Downfall - Several Other Cattle Stealing Cases--ix Rustlers in the Pen. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Dillon, Feb. 19. - Tomorrotw Charles Stickney anld Williamn McKelnzie, the two horse thieves who have been sen tenced It to terH In Deer Lodgei, wtll hie taken to the penitentiary by Sheriff Charles l'udley. Stlekney was arrallgned hbefore Judge P'arker yesterday tilnd he pleadeld guilty to a gllIIrand lrtleniy cfharge. He waitved the staitutory time and asked to bie sent.ll(ned at Olce. The Judg'e accommodated himn and fixed his sen tence alt two yeariis in tIlhe pien. I1i is aicused of stleling it 2-year-old olt belongingK li Iloruc.e .l.lntyre of Iedl Iltk and the state had ia good iase woirki up against hin. Branded Pet Colt. Acording to, the testlliiony at the prelilminarlyy exitllllllnation he hladl ben 'maveirlcking' ul r sotme tilme lpast and had tniade li...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

Motaa's largest ery feb.18 We" Lea d... In low prices for first-class GSro ceries. - Expectant shoppers visit Ing us are never disappointed. They leave pleased and satlsfled customers. Canned Fish Specials Just for a few days more willyou have the opportunity to get your supply of firbt-class Canned Fish at lower prices than ever. COVE OYSTERS 20c cans for ....................c FANCY RED SALMON-Mt. Ba ker brand; . extra fine; pound cans; special................12%c MT. BAKER BRAND SALMON STEAK-Special; %-lb. cdn...10c BISMARCK HERRINGS.. Flat, round cans, each ..............35c SALT MACKEREL-A splendid variety of all kinds displayed, but notice those fine white fat Irish Mackerel we're selling Each ........................10e SALT HERRINGS-Holland Mil. cheners, Sc; Hollands, 4c; Nor ways, 4c; domeslc 3c and......2c SALT SALMON-Fancy red; pound, 10c; salt salmon bellies, pound ............... ........12%c Special prices on all kinds of salt fish by kit, half barrel or barrel. Fresh E...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

DILY INT!R MOUNTAIN L-. leaued Every Evennag, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLI3HING CO. Address all mail to Inter rsIruntaln Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. O3flial Paper of Silver Boyv count:, aun. City of Bu;te. SUBSCRIPTION R.ATES. Per year, by maill, In advance...... 7.50 By carrier, per month................. 75 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1902. SECRtTARY LONG'S SPEECH. A splendid orator Is Secreary Long of the United Staten navy. His address before the Middlesex club of Boston at the Lincoln day celebration was a model of eloquence. RIeviewing as it did a wide range of public affairs, It stanmped the man who delivered it as one of the ablest students of public questions thni Is known in the country's public life at the present day. It was the confdllent expresslon of a man who looks upon the bright side of things from a completd knowledge of conditions and optimistic habit of thought. Speaking of the siltu ation in the Phllippines...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

Ownership of a Steinaway Piano indicates thee thinpg: Good judgnwat la hblms. Good taste In mmusc. and ,,r Financial Responsibility Sole Agents SMontana. Music Co. ao s N. rlai St. Blank Books Office Supplies Big Cut on all Fan'cy Goods and Picture Frames Montana BookCo.. W. H. KLEIN. Manager 209 N. Main St.. Butte, 'Phone 294 EVANS' BOOK STORE Still at the Old Stand With new reading and writ ing matter of al description. Office and Typewriting sup plies. Society Stationery. 1 4 N. flain St. ft- c--- -- CALKINS' BOOK STORE Typewriters New and second hand for sale. Repairing done equal to factory work. Supplies of Every Kind Come and see, CALKINS' BOOK STORE G as Light Heat Fuel. Cheapest, Easiest Han diled, Cleanest. Best in every way. Gas Office -202 North Plain THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Through Line In connection with Oregon Short Line and Rio Orande Western, from Utah to Kansas City, St. Joseph, Atchison, Chicago, El Paso, Galveston, City of Mexico and Mining Ca...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

4 NOVEL SCHEME B. ZUTTE COLLOBTION AGENCY KNOWS ITB BUSINESS. CAN SCARE A TENDERFOOT ilanks Resembling Real Legal Sum monses Filled in and Sent to Delinquents-Put Up or Be Shut Up. A collection agency in Butte has adopted a novel scheme for frightening delinquents Into paying their hills, and justices of the pence, whose business the scheme affects, are putting up a vigorous protest against the propositlon, as It is knocking their civil business into bits. The collection company has hal print pd a lot of blanks resembling legal summonses. Each of these blanks is adorned with almost everything in the way of an inducement to the one re ceiving it to pay up, the suggestive skull and cross bones being the only insignia of the profession that it does not contain. The sheets are the exact size of the regular justice court summons and the pages are ruled the same. When doubled up one page of the outside shows the Word "Summons" in large hltters. Then there are two blank lines, a "versus" a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

>OOCý _ 00000000~ 00 -·4-. THE GRAD O BI 4 .- - AS ROSE BLOSSOMS GEOBGE ] . MAXWIr L TELLS OF IIRIGAlPIONM POIBfIBLTIES. CREATION' OF NEW VALUES Be Is the Head of the National Irriga tion Association and Is Talking Reclamation of Arid Lands. George H. Maxwell, executive chairman of the National Irrigation Association, ,has inaugurated a campaign of reclama I tion. He was in Denver yesterday. He i recently addressed the Commercial club of Minneapolis, and the meat of his talk was as follows: Our association does not exist for the furtherance of any private enterprise, but for the purpose of bringing about the adoption by the national government of a broad national policy for the re clamation and settlement of the vast arid region in the West. The matter is one deserving your spe cial attention. I presume there are thany who do not realize that the federal government today owns two-thirds of the westtrn half of the Jnited States and that there are from 75,000,000 to 100.000,000 acr...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

I, / =.,. I.. / 9/ i ( t ý ·' /-` (/ ~i. /. / On the Lemps alleys last night the Jolly Five beat the Lemnips three straight gaillll's at nline-plns. 'Thesr.e are t'he re suits as certiflied to by the oftlihil scorer: First gamen--Lemips; Maple, 5; Kol, 6; Shandrou, 4; Kron'nbclrg, Jr., 8; Juhn son, 3. Total, 26. Jolly Five-Mueller, 6; Stewart. 5; Ellis, 5; Vucanovich, 6; Kohl, 9. Toal, i1. Second game-Leol ps: Mpllle, 4. KhoI. 7: Shandrou. 6; Krollncllberg. Jr., 6; Johnson, 5. Totall, 2. Jolly Five-Muller, 5; Stewart, 7; Ellis, 5; Vucanovlhl , 8; Kohl, 5. Totnl, :0. Third gamre-Lemnps: Maple, 4; hlltn. drou, 6; Kronenberg, Jr., 7; Kol, 8; Johnson, 6. Total, 31. Jolly Fivc-Mueller, 7: Stewart, 8; Ellis, 9;Vulcanovicth, 6; Kohl, 7. Total, 37. Barclay of the Thorntons rolled 237 pins last night In the tourney games between tile Thorntons and (\verlands. I Doran of the latter team rolls n 206 pinLt. The Thorntons took two out of three games with the following scolres: First game-'Thornt...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

Aneconda News. ON- Ti FOOR FARM IT IS NOW BUIWENO IN GOOD BRAPE--ZVZERAL INATES. MOVING UP FROM DEER LODGE Farm Cost Considerable Sum But Be lieved It Will Be the Oheapest in the Long Run--even Miles From City. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 19.-The first steps were taken yesterday towards the mov ing of Dear Lodge county's indigents to the new county poor farm, located seven miles northeast of the city. For a long time it has been the prac tice of the county commissioners to have the poor charges cared for in Deer Lodge, at St. Mary's hospital, but when Powell county was segregated it became appar ent t, the commlssioners that it was to .the best interest of the citizens of the county to have different arrangements made, so, finally, a site was purchased and severatn thousand dollars were spent in the erection of comfortable build ings. These. improvements were completed recently and for the past ten days Su perintendent O'Leary has been busily engaged in putting thing...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 February 1902

NEWS OF STORIES V E TANA PROSPECTS A1D. imA' 11HF IHD MIH H6 as'otls CAMPS Ill IUIllly PRODUCERS WHICHl IS PROPER? AMALGAMATION AND CYA.NI.DIh G MAY FOLLOW EACH OTHER. IS SOMETIMES COMPLICATFO Wet Crushing With Cyanide Solution Has Many Advocates and Is Practiced Successfully. The question of amalgamation pre ceding or following cyaniding cannot be discussed pro and con on the general merits of the two mnethods, but the char acter of the ore will determine in nearly every case the relation between tlhe two, says Floyd Weed of Kimberly, Utah, in the Halt Lake Mining Itevlew. Not considering local condlitllons, which may be a most impo:'rt.nt a'tor in choosing the exact pl(Ocedureli, c(.lrefll preliminary experimenting will show in the majority of cases which Is prefer able. Of course, as New Zcallanld ral'c tice shows, the actual running on a large I scale may develop in any method such disadvantages and dltllcultles as may cause a change to another, anIl thllis olily emphasizes the ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 20 February 1902

BJTTE IT 'MOUNTAIN. VOL. XII. NO. 282 BUTTD. MONTANA, THURSDA EVENING. FEBRUARY 20, 1902, PRICE FIVE CENTS IT WAS A CAPTA1NS' VICTORY FROM IB[_PR[SID[N'SVI[WPOIN (By Assnc:iated Prem.) Washington, Feb. 20.-The president today made the following statement pub 11i: "White House, Feb. 13, 1902.-Have received the appeal of Admiral Schley and the answer thereto from the navy. I have read through all the testimony of Rear Admiral Sampson. both with the utmost care, as well as the preoedtng appeal to the secretary of the navy. I have read through all the testi mony taken before the court and the statements of the counsel for Admiral Swipson and Admiral Schley; have ex amined all the official reports of every kind In reference to the Santiago naval campaign, copies of log books and the te.ltimony before the court of claims and have also personally had before me the four surviving captains from the five ships, aside from those of the two admir als, which were actively engaged at San tiago. I...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 20 February 1902

IT'S A= 0009 T11NW GOVERNOR 01 XLENflDKE mAYa coxacBssIONS zL NkUZrrI. COMPANY TO FURNISH WATER Meneh 'Claims Cannot Be Worked by Poor Men Because the Water Ditch Will Cost an Im mense Sum. (fly Associated Press.) Vancouvet', 1i. C., Febl 20.-(I vi'rn it, Ross of the Klondike arrived yesterday (roin the North by the stramer Atnur. In an Intir'viie'i incerning the Trtiadwe~l Gold concession, about which so much excitement has been raised, (Guvernor lioss said: I have not se'n the amended order-in Council concerning the concession to the Tread well (Tuld syndicate, but I did see the original order, and unless sonme very material alterations have liomi n made in the document nothing but benefit to the (Klondike can 'suilt fromn the agreement , hi, h has leon reached between the gov'irnmient and the synicalte. Owing to the fact that there are many claims in the Klondike regioni that cannot li successfully worked at present owing to the pour stator supply, the owners can but await thit t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 20 February 1902

M uatea's tawest cery feb. 20 Breakfast Foods i9 P sutI for 150 The H-O company hal e pack. ed 10 paqkages of their principal products in one large package, which we offer you at 150. This is less than it cost the factory, but they can afford to lose a lit tle to introduce their assortment. The package contains the fol lowing ten packages: (1) Sufficient H-O (Horoby's Oat meal) porridge for five persons. (2) BiTS-KIT (the perfect prep aration) for either a strawberry shortcake or 16 tea biscuits. (3) HOLOHANE for one loaf of whole wheat bread or 18 biscuits. (4) INJUN BREAD FLOUR. Corn bread for six pernons. (5) The H-O CO.'S PANCAKE FLOUR for 16 pancakes. (6) The HRO CO.'s BUCKWHEAT for 15 buckwheat cakes. (7) THE H-O CO.'S TAPIOCA fot 8 cups of tapioca cream or apple tapioca for six. (8) CORNSTARCH for Blanc Mange ten portions, or custard for six persons. (9) THE H-O CO.'S FARINA for 'porride for five persons or six Farina croquettes. (10) BREAKFAST CRISPS for four persons or with...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 20 February 1902

MILY- INTER MOUNTAl! Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday INTER MCUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO Address all mail to Inter Mountaie Publishing company, M. A. BEROER, Manager, 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Offlelal Paper of Sliver now county and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......$7.5C By carrier, per month............... .78 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1902. The stories wahlcih penny-a-liners aet imposing on some of the Eastern netl tt paif ra as to the cotippr situation in Butte are as conmal as authing that has found its way into print siate Ananias, 1Munchaitan and Mulhation re tiell from the literary field. In IUutie these newspaper yarns are the soutie of tever failing merriment. They t'apply to the Antualgainated people, to Mr. Heinz'i, to Clanrto ttIk and other in tn w11f are recte or levs iduntiled wi lh ('lppeid prodrtilon and copper mine 1111 g titn much of the atmuttsitaetit which makes live worth living. 11nc day a yarn may eonte out of the East...

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