[newspaper clipping:] "CAPT. ANDERSON STARTS AGAIN Old Sourdough Miner Starts Life All Over Again on the Coast. NO MORE NEWSPAPERS Friends Stake Him to Make a New Start in the Sew- ard Country. March 1, 1910. [handwritten] Capt. L. B. Anderson, likeable old Sourdough who once was sup- posed to be fairly on Easy Street, left last night for Seward, staked by his friends to begin life over again and try for another stake in his old age. Capt. Anderson was a victim of the newspaper business in Fair- banks, wrecks from which strew the banks of the Tanana and the creeks that are pups thereof. He allowed a bunch of printers to talk him into a newspaper enterprise, and once in a game he had to go through. He had his personal troubles and sought to make his paper help him fight them. He printed a story of the past life of a man he disliked, and that started the finish. The man himself, owned a newspaper ,and that paper pro- ceeded to print some alleged chap- teers in the past life of Capt. And- erson - the notable point of the af- fair was that the men whom Capt. Anderson backed to run his paper, and which depleted his bankroll, were the men who were running the paper which first printed the alleged chapters in the Captain's book of life - and they printed it in the first issue of the paper which appeared after they took charge of it. Lawsuits which followed com- pleted the financial wreck of Capt. Andreson, and he is now starting life all over again. Capt. Anderson is a good old sport, and Northerners thinks a lot of him. Wherever he goes and whatever he undertakes, he will have the best wishes of most of the people of Tanana. Of one thing the world may feel assured - he will back no more newspapers."