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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 20 December 1902

THE NEW AGIE. S.Published -In the Intereite of the Colored People . .0 . VoL 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY. DEC. 20, 1902. o. 27. A [[enne ss-y s A, 20 Day Special Sale S iennesey's so-Day Special came at the right time. Every family feel like remembering others with some token during the festive saen, but everyone hasn't the requisite money. By this steoe cutting the prices of so many little things during December theusands have been able to buy liberally, and will buy liberally right up to Christmas eve. This big store has be n packed every day this month and will be packed with buyers up to the last minute bee clostg time on Wednesday might. because here they find the biggest stock sad lowest pries. Everything for Everybody erom a diningroom table to plates and dishes, from a tenderloin steak to toethpieks, from whiskey and wines to glases and decanters, from a silk dress pattern to a pair of gloves, from ready-made garments to garments made to order, from dancing pumps to rubber b...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 20 December 1902

MINESIIL MIlINU ILWSI MANY OF THE MINES IN THE NORTHWEST PROGRESSING. ;te.ns cf Int.rest cf a Masccilaneous Na;u:e Ga: ced c urang the Past Week-New Distrcts Brought to _ne Front-.any Minm.g A:c'dents jnd Personais. TIl. Itl rljpn.rt ,,f ti:. t'nitd Stat., , ,. , .,. i- L . - fliat for the , t, ins hum..bers thi. a. , ,  1 nau t was $7l,0i), , , t, , r prdu. t was $71, , on '; II,,..+.(; ,,,oinlg value), andri i.,.., ii)i.) , ) t. : 'al ,< )i ni r( jaul val . A t., a. t. . tu. gold and silver ir)'lý . ri \alu, , at a little leas, thatr $hII t..11ý ,, .ýI, a, rnot y thi'y were un t: h $I. I °) ,. ),00 i )" DRITISH COLUMBIA. .Arn iengn' ils ha i tn tordered in Spo art. It, 1'I pn the shaft on the Water (luod reports are being received fL ~u, the .Multi an plropl'rty in the Lar u, au district ti Inritish Columbia. St, (.ral nimn are at work and stocks of lprovisions are bi.ing bent in. lTom Conley and associates have I a.-id the Cana lian King mine at irl.-, l. C. An hIcline sh...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 20 December 1902

BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS Of America Use Pe-ru-na For All Catarrhal Diseases. Mrs. Henrietta A. 8. Marsh. eman's Benevolet Asselation of Chieseo. Mrs. Henrietta A. 8. Marsh, Preal. -ent Woman's Benevolent Association, $I 327 Jackson Park Terrace, Wood. lawn, Chicago, Ill., says: "I suffered with la grippe for seven weeks and nothing helped me until I tried Perana. I felt at once that I had at Ist secured the right medicine and tept steadily improving. Within itree weeks I was fully restored." Henrietta A. 8. Marsh. "o Wash Iaa5Iten . Mrs. T. W. Collins, treasurer I. O. 0. T., of Everett, Wash., has used the great catarrhal tonic, Peruna, for an aggravated case of dyspepsia. She writes: "After havirg a severe attack of la grippe, I also suffered with dyspepsia. After taking Peruna I could eat my regular meals with relish, my system was built up, my health returned, and I have remained in excellent strength and vigor now for over a year."-'Mrs. T. W. Collins. If you do not derive promp...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 20 December 1902

THE NEW AGE l'ublished acs k\l Iy the New Age Publishing (omp,any. offtr. 220 South Idaho street. Subscription price. $2.0O a year. Six moniths, $1 10. Three months, GU ,enti, invariably inl advance. Tele |phon.' 862 B. Entered October 2. 1902, at Butte, Mont.. as seconll-clas.s matter tin. der act of congress of March 3, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1902. LOCAL NOTES Subscribe for the New Age, the leading race journal of the lanter mountain region. For Rent-Three furnished rooms for light houseeeping, 1231 W. Gran ite, Mrs. H. Johnson. Mrs. A. Nelson entertained at din ner. last Sunday, Messrs. W. J. Iiurnside and H II. Jacobs. being the gumst of honor. Mrs. Iee Bell. our distinguished beauty dw:tor, was over to Anacon da Monday to attend the funeral of W. A. Washington. Mr. W. I,. Fosha, of Salt lake, was in the city last Saturday evening. While here he paid our office a plea sant call. Mr. Chas. A. Brown is filling the vacancy at the elegant quarters of Mr. Heinse, while Mr. Walton is...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 December 1902

_ THENEiW____ .~ ý'ublliohed Iin the Iruteremtm or the Colored Peopl~e . Von. 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY. DEC. 27, 1902. No. 28. -BargainsforMen In J'urishind Goods Departmemt Several lne of winter goods are marked down almost to zuro. The month of December, contrary to all traditions, has bee. a mouth of bar galns. Certainly goods were never sold for so little money and the buy ing of New Year's presents Is easy because of the small prices at the Big Stores. Conme and se what we can save you. Whet Men Went FANCY SUSPENDERS, a pair neatly boxed for 75c to $2.00. PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS, mold everywhere for 50c here 25c pair. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, plain white and hematitched, good mimes, extra values at 25c, SOc, 75c, $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50 each. SILK INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, all new design. in initials, beet val ues at 25c, 50c and $1.00 each, ac cording to size. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, choice variety of the better grade. in all widths, price, 3 for $1.00 and 50c, 75c and $1.00 each. MEN'S K...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 December 1902

CHRISTMAS AT THE OLD HOME. M ~t1.,ll"tY. ot' w:, If ~u say the %'h.l t. the 1l.111 r':e 11ul a nd full ..f The l n.' -leual not-n. l.,nenone w ben t'hrtot Antd tut?. a it flight of a m~ouoet*or a % Illt tin one lot tw. uInti me. lft alunny (.' n thu ghtf~il witb ag. like ioe dog uplThe 't 1 reo.cu11.r the .tl~ll~lren'v i'hrlntmaa mirth, Aol b- ave toKatif' did tin antt p.an Just be-fore i hrtott.,nn. arreafltrig to have A mecrry good libe, sank at now we can. Mire" oty. vie iv ll lodttie a brief note Just nmoting our iii. cout and fullest 8. Fur ftoer,'lu n.t klindred to share a tbig fe~lut At lb. "1.1 homeotiead, *round a rousing go..d tire. The ga~rri shall echo with youth's mirth ful b'him.s, i.y.f thle .hlldren free to e p tore; Well hnlid a neat loner of freah ever greco Anl at raw dyed pink, na we used to be A t'hriotnisl tree will add zeal to the feast. Anid poulish tig eyes of the girls and the toy s, Just like it did when nour children were tots And nhrc.ti in the harvest o...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 December 1902

WR[D'S K1W8 SUIMMARY CULLED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemiepheree During the Past Week-National Historical, Political and _Personai Evenlts Tersely Expounded. ýWyoming'$ recent blizzard was the worst ever known. Ambassador Tower has presented his credentials to g~mperor William. Fire recently partially destroyed Ful ton market at Chicago, causing a loss of $100,000. Harry mk. Stanley, a well known min ing engineer, is dead at Mexico City. Aged 4b years. A semi-official announcement now places the Italian claims against Ven ezuela at $2,000,000. Winston Churchill, theO novelist, re cently elected to the New Hampshire legislature. is ill in St. Louis. Alfred B~ouvien. Widely known through his connections with theatri cal affairs for many years. is dead. E. A. Nickerson and others of Ever ett have purchased 200,000,000 feet of standing timber in western Washing ton. Governor Van Sant, republican, re ceived 155,044 and Rose. dem...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 December 1902

THE NEW AGE t't 'Ah iv( LI' Iy the New Age PuibIls! u g ('mpany. ofifce, 220 South Idaho vi n-ct. Subs ription prtice. 42.00 a year. Six month:-, Si~lo. Three months, GO cent', in'.ariabty in advance. Tele pon .ric ""2-Bt. Enter( 1 Ur t(oter 2, P+02, at Butte, Mont., a, :,(,fln-( 155s mat'er un d~ tu rngressi of March 179 S'htlii \' i)F E-MBER 27, 19(2. LOCAL NOTES Matter Floid Birazier is visiting in the. capital city during the holidays. Mr. Sipencer Smith passed through the city Saturday en route to Ana conda. Subscribe for the New Age, the leading race journal of the inter mountain region. For Rent-Three furnished rooms for light houseeeping, 1231 W. Grat~ ite, Mrs. Ii. Johnson, Mr. Sheppherd, merchant, left Sat urday evening for Saint Paul to visit during the holidays. Mrs. Enis Bell, who has been in disposed for a few days, is able to be at her post again, Mrs. A. S. Webb has been confined to her bed for several days. We hope, however, to see her out again soon. Mr. H. J. Aust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 3 January 1903

THE NEW AG E. .0 so to Published in the Interests of the Colored People t . 'L. 1BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY. JAN. 3, 190?. No. 28. Play Ball! To-day We Start Our 10-Day Inve ntory Sale The Biggest Sale in Butte Everyone knows the wonderful success -of lennessy's Green Ticket Sale in Novem ber and the 2o-Day Special Sale in Decem ber. Now we propose to start the New Year with a I0-Day Inventory Sale That Will Outshine All the Others Now See Here. It's easier to count money than merchandise, therefore, be cause our goods are inventoried at Eastern cost or less, as we take stock and close our books for the year on January Is, we offer these big inducements In every department, that we may convert into cash as much of the stock as possible, and make our showing of profit, if any, for the year in cash, rather than merchandise or book accounts. These are the Reasons Why We are offering our entire stock in the Big Store at cost price or less, and the reasons, too, why we must request all per...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 3 January 1903

BEST YMtR OF PROSPERlIY TRADE OF THE NATION IN 14!,2 THE LARGEST YET. Every Brancr of Ordinary Trade and Manufacture Shows an Increase Above Previous Years-Railroads Couldn't Handle the Business Wages Were Generally Increased and Hours Shortened. New York.-13radstreet's review of the business year, to be issued Satur day next, will have the following: To say thlat 19112 was the best year tills country has ever experienced, while entirely truthful enough in the main, does not suggest fully the enol iouusa trldes wille tile lillted brlate. tOOK III tLe year Just clused. k'ractl ally every ulhcll oI luIary trauo and mnaaUIacture blluW a ninUl'eale asooe tue test previous ye-ars, and yet tlS lImmelbe eutlal'glmellt 01 OULtpU Was not sultcienlt oU Itaclt to satit tue giowing-IL Imiglt be termed in bauauie--telualld ter all Kinds ot ma Lte lai. in many csaes tile UlUMa Loi elgul outlet lor our piouncts was, pes luice, tegltected by Aumellcan prouuc es, WhO cOnulle!t their e0torts to s...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 3 January 1903

MONTANA ITEMS. Fiilip Constans, pioneer of the ertcu country, is dead. Another saw mill and planning plant is to be erected upon the shores of i.latnead lake in Flathead county. John Dolan, alleged embezzler and pssibly murderer, has escaped from .iavre. ,Ilrs. E. S. . ennon of Red Lodge re ceived word that she had tallen heir to $200,000, part of the father's es tate in Gutenburg, Sweden. As the result of a freight wreck on the Great Not thern near Sterling re cently H. W. Burrell, wilo was steal ing a ride, was killed, his neck being broken and his shoulder badly crushed. About 44 miles north of Great Falls is the largest wooden tressle bridge in the northwest, spanning the Teton river as a part of the Montana & Great Northern railway, formerly the Great Falls & Canada. At Bozeman recently Robert Fits simmons knocked out Mike Ranke, the heavyweight fighter of eastern Mon tana 15 seconds after the gong hao sounded for the second round. Rankv weighed 190 pounds and went dow...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 3 January 1903

THE NEW AGE t'ubhshed b~yHI) hy the New Age Publishing Company, office, 220 South Idaho street. Subscription price. $2.00 a year. Six months, $1.10. Three months, 60 cents, invariably in advance. Tel.e phone 862-B. Entered October 2, 1902, at Butte, Mont., as second-claas matter un der act of congress of March 3, 1879. SATURDAY. JANARY 3, 1903. LOCAL NOTES Mr. Dover, of Saint Paul, was inI the city Monday night and took in the ball. Subscribe for the New Age, the leading race journal of the Inter mountain region. Mrs. A. S. Webb. who has been in disposed for a fortnight, is rapidly regaining vitality. Mr. William Lawrence, of Ana conda, was up Monday night and took in the the dance given by the boys that are on the square. lie re turned Tuesday afternoon. We stated in our last issue that that Mr. S. Merchant went to Saint Paul to spend the holidays. He did not go, however, owing to the fact that he could sot leave his business. Paul Lawrence Dunbar, the emi nent colored poet, has se...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 10 January 1903

THE NEW AAGE. S. U Published in the Interesmt of the Colored People . 00 VoL. 1. BUT'E, ONTANA, SATURDAY. JAN. 10, 1908. N . 0,4 Last Days of Hennessy's Pre-Inventory Sale N EXT WEDNESDAY will be the last day of this sale. Every tbijg in the entire stock goes at a discount of not less than S one-fourth off regular prices. To this there are but two or thre uceptlns. Fmany things are marked at half price, some go for much less. There are big bargains in every department. To Start the Week We Offer Bo s' Two and Three-Piece Knee Pant Suits Nicely made of fine cheviotts, cLssi meres and serges in medium and dark colorings. All new and stylish gar ments, sizes 8 to 14 years. Regu lar $6.00 to $10.00 values. . Choic.$5 OO Suit Undermuslin Sale We are selling lots of women's and children's fine muslin under wear, all brand new garments, made expressly for us and sold at prices about one-half less than usual. Make a selection before the assortment is broken. The values are certainly, immens...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 10 January 1903

WOR[O' NEW[S UOMMARI CULLED FROM ASSOCIATEC PRESS DISPATCHES. A Review 0f Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Expounded. A large audience( welcomed the re appearanu of S ,usa and his band in London recent ly. Preiletlt Itoousevelt s New Year's recelptionll «as olne of the most bril liant eents in \,ashington's society history. A sp1ncial from Ottawa says: Fred erick T. Congdon, crown prosecutor for the Yukon Territory, will succeed J. H. Ross as governor. The year 1'j2 will probably pass into history as the culminating period of an era of unexampled prosperity in all branches of American industry. It ee:ms to be beyond question, ca bles a Johannesburg correspondent, that Large and enormously rich dia mond fields exist north of Pretoria. J. C. Lowe, a teacher in the Kansas Industrial School for Boys, has been found guilty of killing his wife. Mur der in the second degree was the ver dict r...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 10 January 1903

Coughing " I was iven up to die with quick consumption. I then began to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I improved at once, and am now in perfect bealth'."Chas. E. Hart man, Gibbstown, N Y. It's too risky, playing with your cough. The first thing you know it will be down deep in your lungs and the play will be over. Be gin early with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and stop the cough. lbeudis: lc.. Lrk.... nlnftla. oaI~lt year toctor. It he eeye take it. the do u b Mys.. if bo tNIi yea aot to m it bt dosi ntake It.e uNosW' ew is wtth him. we are lling. J. . Ala C.. oLwdll IMs. Fire in Honolulu. Honolulu, (By 'aciflc Cable.)-A fre causing a loss of over $100,000 has occurred. The fire broke out in the general merchandise store of L. B Kerr & Co., and was probably caubed by defective electric wiring. J. F. Morgan also sustained heavy loss. Strike in New York. New York.-Through a strike of the machine and iron riggers, work on nearly all of the big buildings now in course of construction in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 10 January 1903

THE NEW AGE Published weekly by the New Age Publishing Company, office, 220 South Idaho street. Subscription price, 42.00 a year. Six months, $1.10. Three months, C0 cents, invariably in advance. Tele phone 862-B. Entered October 2, 1902, at Butte, Mont., as second-class matter un. der act of congress of March 3, 11879. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1903. LOCAL N OTES Renew your subscription to the Ne, Age. Don't miss the big sale at Henne sy's. It will be on until the 145th Inst Rev. Jordan Allen returned this week from Helena. Mrs. D. W. Walton has been Indi.e posed for a few days. Mr. J. Curd is a litle lame this week from the effects of rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman have moved from Columbia street to Nevada ave nue. Mrs. John C. Allen is again laid up from the painful effects of rheum atism. Mrs. Mary Phelps will leave shortly for California, to spend the remainder of the winter. There will be a Chitlen supper at the Acme club next Sunday night. Don't miss it. Mrs. A. S. Webb is repo...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 17 January 1903

cefl Library. He1.iýia .0 .0 . PUbltmhed Ini the Irutereete of the Colored People ,0 ,0 ,. . VoL. 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY. JAN. 17, 190'3. .3 Dinner Buckets ~4, Only 25c E~ach See them in liennessy's basement flbazaar. They are well and strongly ~ j~made otheavy block tin, with pie tray S and drinkhng cup. Regular 65c buck ets for 35c. The biggest bucket bar . gain ever bought in Butte. Razors U Krusius Bros.' "K. B. Extra Razors This celebrated brand is made in Germany of the finest of steel. We show them in all styles, shapes and sizes, every one of which We Absolutely Guarantee No. i. "K. B. Extra" Razor ............. $.7 No. 2. "K. B. Extra" Razor ................23.25 No. 3. "K. B. Extra" Razor ................27.50 No. 4. "K. B. Extra" Razor ................ 3.00 At Hennessy's Big Store Men's C1othing We have a few good overcoats left over from th big sale that ended Wednesday, but they will sell as soon as shown. They are made in latest style of dark grey cheviot and blac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 17 January 1903

GOVFRNOR IAFI WILL REMAIN DECIDES TO STAY IN PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. Had Been Offered Position as a Justice Cf Supreme Coicrt of the United States-Prominent Filipinos Cabled to President Roosevelt Their Prp. tests. \'ts i-I :ie 4 ii .1 ,, eii d i liii , cu l.i'i pie l1,. si i a. t I , ' :cii sii I. 'l' 1.i i :.h iail e1 iiliii' iii ii, I. liii,I siti .. ii . i. ,s c Usli g it n .- j li t r i-ii 1'.i ui.lii ".l is . i s ierIii siil t,-i i Se . itu elea .s d i ce r gareie~id 1: *iej Ctil tint ouy ie isa Tai si rsil t . ecji ji icIi, i.- a id cli \it y c-i Goi j ei a' o Ic iiiiili., l- i 111 iii',wh lic , a ~ e ju t c 1'i , - Peal jit H It .cijs c l tiu. li L tee ul ' Iiee Gjse suett at.iciat ~c-:j or Ti;atelc woud tj t ele cI'toii iltsii., i, iij i ihapi jt tesircd ee :i it. Iti sia th , lili ilcji eir tisci':- Ii'icri lijc lit t oi e i'tlil elt, ate" I'ltoIti,'iii t'hat Iiis~iu uuin thaft wa Inuln titaty hi' lele ave li. nud,(bthe aro deired ije.c Ito was thr prii h th eupre puss'to ºliu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 17 January 1903

' Fibroid Tumors Cured. A distressing case of Fibroid lTumor, which baffled the skill of Bosto~n (loctors. Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, M,,ass., in the following letter tells box;' she was cured, after everything else failed, by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetab:z Ccmpounld. Mrs. Mayes' First Letter Appealing to Mrs. I'i:iaira:r: for Help: "DEAR Mae. PINK~nAM:-I hart' beeni i'ilr Pt i t' tors' ti'eat nwnt for ai long time without any icelief. 'l ite'v t. it ,,i i. tI' a tibis,id tumor. I cainiot sit downt Without great pain, atoi lo nt4'" r: os ex entds upmy Fpine. I have be~aring-dlown jilus Lt li 1 ,:,k ;iii ft t.`vab domen is swollen, and I have hadl flowing spell fr iii:' ' .atu' \ ip. petite is not goodl. I canniott wailk or Ito on mty fet f., :o' l: --It of I The symptoms of F'ibroit 'I'ul ior gic n V t t ' lit t' lo nk: curixtely deserihe my case, so I Wrile to you fr , .t. ~.it'.- di:;l Nis. E. F. It Lya, 2l2 Dudley St., (floxi'ui'v) h~otitt Note the result of Mrs. [Pinkm 's atdv'ce -al ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 17 January 1903

THE NEW AGE Published Saturday of Each Week. Office, 220 South Idaho Street. llv thei NEW AGE PUBLISHING CO. P. 0. Box 454. Butte, Montana. JOHN W. DUNCAN, Editor and Manager. Subscription Price', $2.0o a year. In variably in advance. Kn'ered October 2, 1902, at Butte, Mont., as second-class mat'er un. der act of congress of March 3, 1879. SATURD)AY, JANUARY 17, 1903. LOCAL NOTES Renew your subscription to the New Age. Mr. Ennis Beli has sacecpted a poei tion at the Miner building. Mr. Ri-hard D~uval was in the city this week. Hie is a student at Anacon da. Subscribe for the New Age, the leading race journal of the inter mountain region. Mr. Sam Hall, of Jefferson valley, was in the city thils week the guest of Mrs. Mary Phelps. Mrs. J. H. Wilds is taking a course of dermatologist under the instruc tions of Mrs. Lee Bell. Don't fall to hear Mr. Charley Smith and Mr. J. D. Yancey with mandolin and guitar next week. Mrs. S. Austin, who has been In An aconda for the pest four weeks, re...

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