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Little Rockies Miner
After many unforseen delays, the Little Rockies Miner, on our great natal day, makes its appearance and bid for recognition in the field of local journalism. Much of its material is still on the road and the intitial number was gotten out under trying difficulties.
However, the paper is here to stay, and will be found devoting its best energies toward the upbuilding of the greatest gold-producing district of the great state of Montana, as well as for northern Montana and Choutea county in general. There is no country on earth presenting greater opportunities to the miner, prospector, business man or the ranchman, than is to be found within the Little Rocky mountains and the country tributary, and its apparent lack of development, is in a large measure due, no doubt, to the fact that the region and its riches were unknown to the outside world.
Politically, its editor has always been a republican, though it may be confessed, somewhat of the independent order, and may be expected to voice such sentiments during political campaigns.
(Article from the Little Rockies Miner on July 4, 1907)