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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 31 January 1903

ct++<o+ THE NEW AGE eS .0 s .S Published lr the Interete of the Colored People .s . VoL. 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY. JAN. 81, 1908. No. 382 Men's Suits In Hennessy's Clothing Dept.' Hennessy's late sale of men's clothing was a veri table surprise and the bar gains offered were simply phenomenal. A 25 per cent. discount was not in it with these values. The hundreds of suits then shown have dwindled down to about as - - many dozens, and these are selling like the proverbial hot cakes. Men's Suits at $7.75 Values from $15.oo to $2o.oo Suit Several four-button single-breasted sack suits, made of fancy heavy weight cassimeres and dark mixtures, and someof blue serge. All sizes in the lot, and choice for $7.75. Men's Suits at $9.75 Values from $15.oo to $2o.oo Suit At this low figure we offer fine single breasted sack suits made of light and dark cassimeres, black and blue serges, black worsteds and black cheviots. All sizes in the lot, choice only $9.75. Come in and get suited. Men'...

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. — 31 January 1903

WORLD'S NtWS SUMMARY CLLLED FPRGM ASSOCIATED FRESS DIKPATCHES. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Westrn Hemispheres Luring the Past Week-National, H.;atorical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. J111111i litai' i t ' aulthor and waR ·, ,;` Da h akota in ioi.. . 1, . :A. II. K itt ,l ..e 1.,i. . \ ,i A -.\b tt, salt laden, I ,lI ."1 . I t" . w l o I k,, wently. it1.- ( ,., ,, iA '.lfi ~ ait, WhO warl. sliL at ( ij, t l pil uaries In C,ndc; l c(,UNti,, N. J., July last, is deadl. Raising of the blockade is Venezu ala's conditionl piec, l- de.nt to the for mal institution of negotiations wit thi lower.,2:s lIo i'. - tttle. eul t of their I clta i,I . It is stated on good authority that the Kettle "Valley lin", now running between Gralnd Folks., II. C., and Re public. \\Vash., may be extended to the coast. Th[e South African money king, Al fl1d I,-it, is reputed to be the wealth lest man in the world. lie Is recover ing from a long i!!ness. The late Cecil Rhodes wa...

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. — 31 January 1903

DYSPEPSIA OF WOMEN, Mrs. E B. BrsdAw, d trie, Okla., cared of a severe cas by Lydia E Phkhm's Vy.tablie Capouand. Sgrest many women sffer with a form of indigestion or dyspepala which does not seem to yield to ordinary medical treatment. While the symp toms seem to be similar to those of ordinary indigestion, yet the medi cines universally prescribed do not seem to restore the patient's normal condition. Mrs. Plnkham claims that there is a kind of dyspepels that is aused by derangement of the female organ ism, and which, while it causes dis turbance similar to ordinary indiges tion, cannot be relieved without a medicine which not only acts as a stomach tonic, but has pecullar uterine tonio effects as welL Thousands of testimonial letb tes prove beyond question that lnswilm relieve this distres ing condition so surely as Lydia i. Plnkbanm' Vegetable Com pound. It always works in har mony with the female system. Mrs. Pinkham advises slek women free. Address Lynn, Mass. TAPE WORMS 8 ,b...

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. — 31 January 1903

THE NEW AGE Published Saturday of Each Week. Office, 220 South Idaho Street. Ivy th, NEW AGE PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 454. Butte, Montana. JOHN W. DUNCAN, Editor arid Manager. Sui-i riltil I'r1t $2.r Ia yerar, ill Entered (hctober 2, 1902, at BaItte, Mont.. as c'cIrond l -laAs matter tin der a t of co.ngress of Marc·h 3, 1t79. LOCAL NOTES Mr. S. Anstitn made a flying visit to the Smelter City las, Thursday, re Ilrning in the afternoon. .Ihn W. IlDunan spent Thursday and Friday of this weetk in Anaconda looking tit ii slc'ribers for the New ()n Wednesday evening. the2lst.. a large crolwd gathered at thte lBaptist church, c.orner Mercury and Idaho streettts, to meet the new minister, who was expected from Sioux City. iowa, but for some reason he was dellayed . A short program was ren tiered. Mrs. Fenter iread a selection from Paul laurence Dunbar. and Mrs. Parsons rendered in her usual pleas ing style. "loves Old Sweet Song," after nluch applause she responded with "Afterward." There...

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. — 7 February 1903

CI.eOI ibr.lil0 H lii NI1IW A4 IiIII. . Pu-bIlmhed In the Iriterewu of the Colored People ý VOL. 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATJRDAY. FEB. 7, 1913. No. 32 liennessy's Made to Measure ~ ~ Suits and Overcoats ". At Cut Prices The manager of lienneasy's Tailoring Depart.. mena I ayes for the East in two or three days to select a line of woolens for spring and summer ýtrade. 1k' To keep our force of expert tailors busy during the dull deacon and to close out quickly our stock of winter goods we sacrifice profits and give our /customers Regular $55 Suits for $3t5 ' We have just eighteen lengths of fine woolens, fancy tweeds,. diagonals, worsteds and chevlots t : for which we charge $45, 550 and ;SS in the regular way. This week's price only :Sj suit and satisfac tion guaranteed. $12 to $20 Trousers for $10 Wewill make up at this low figure ($10.oo) just twenty pairs of fine trousers; rich worsteds, chei'iots and cassimeres, regularly worth from Men's$55 Overcoats for $35 Only five at this price,...

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. — 7 February 1903

WORLD'S K[*8 SUMMARY' CULLED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS DIgPATCHES. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past We~ek-National, Wistorcal, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Nione has , Lirn made a subport of eiLtr) 'titirg miachines are to be tise! in tu. -hlis Vanderbilt haa reeovered !roiii Ii u., sen t- Iitii'sa. i-i, ri, In ltr-giio. minister of the I,. itýIn It al. fias ýresagned omfce it ehiiir i'easiouy of Colorado has signied the rertitiiate of Henry li. Teller's election to the United States senate. Przesident Diaz has received the Boer generals cordially. lie told them that Mexico would welcome the Boer col on lit 5. A bust of the late President McKin ley was unveiled in the poetoffice at Ball imor" by the postofce McKinle3 Memorial assoriation. Representative Brirstow of New York has introituced a bill increasing the salary of the pres~ident of the Ujnited States to $100(000 a year. Btaron .Speck von Sternberg. envoy ext raordinary ...

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. — 7 February 1903

paw 1-b-a. "Yes," said she, 'at last we have a book of rosily np-to-date nurase' rbyumeL" "How does it ditlst from the old books?" "Well, by way of illuatratiomt, hrse ia ens of the rsvised versions: Needles and pins! Jeedleaand pine! Wben a tire is punctured Your trouble begins!" 5.e Was Willing. "Mrs. W~,ed.," s aid Mr. Binks, "I asked your ý!aut~hter to marry me and abe referred mo to you." "I'm aure that'. very kind of Sasil., but than ahe always wias a dutiful girl. Really, Mr. Dinka, I hadn't thought of marrying again at my timo of 1.. but since you insst suppose we make th wedding day thes 20th of this month." Rerstatig Arrest. "Yon my that you fought at Chicks. a an~s?" interrogate]l the lean-nosed woman. "Yes, mum," responded th, dusty wayfarer. "Wbo with?" "Ns soeriff. "-Chicago News. A small door may lea to a lange rsem. __ __ ABSOLUTE SECURITY1 Con uln" Carter's Little Liver Pill& wKS ~ ý Vv mN N.me E I ~ FM Tilfi UWS. FU SU$TIPATISU. I 1' FAR SALLW SKIN FSS MTI UIMS...

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. — 7 February 1903

THE NEW AGE P. S,. . Ea. VVeeIl. O. * Street. ^.f ." t SH~;-r CO. E3_.. [Buttc .1ontanu '1U Man h . I ' I I p :Itt VI t li LOCAL NOTES u uu it it ut II . \I \Il . . i il I t l t i I, IS? I. MlIt nt f, iii risi -IiI It ,Mit ti tt \l,- I' einiU \\' FT iih' t' Itil ctitirii*.j fit ti ' t i i- 'ii I. s t '~ t t, rhuSilit Ilit > Wil Wi, r>.hanla-r iII fir st'rai itt's i- snitsu ti-c I that Mlr> 11,1> rt Its Isun. whor lii> insý.ti . li ;s is 1111 ,IiI'S of list B 5IL,' i. slits vii.-: u-lit lIn tutu~ 1II Io Ii Ih' I'i u_ at T-. at Ihi A 01l IC lairli. will h1' il1 n Vg.'r1 1i' EC \V. lail 'I. ml Situ L~aw1 and \1r. R'iIIIian I.9w n11' of Ant 1 ila~. Mr.. 'oi at I 'iainltd ('aplalt I.1 I). 'matirer ant1 ('not1l,'I \1'illla~n .1 I-Irtiaidl, an~d Mrs. Sal11 Smith at a whist party tast Mi tila}' in ii Ing. I he Afro-A nteuira.. 'ViOlIII''S (liii, tWill mueet ntixt 1I' tes~tlac Fitritary 1n. at thei rsi'M 'blof il I s. .1. 0. Sc-lit I. at 71. ; \Wi-st Il~iaiite sItreet All hunt...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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