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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 4 July 1902

- 4 4 4 S THE NLEW AGE._ B CI l'1':, MOn \TANAý, FR tIDA IY. JU 'LY W oe ý ý A L~, Cl i ERo ~ - - - Women's Shoe s Li ) 4MrAjaIent of Women's shoes Ii ftiludesthe latest and most desir tha t~ Of the season, the nicest tat money can buy, In all widths and sizes. Below we mention sev o ral lines that we are closing out at doss than cost, because thesiear )' ie rc sýbwmb*iklat m*en. There's a big --- saving in every pair. We guaranty "4 i satisfaction. Shop early. wemen's Sise tye A lot of women's slippers, toe bus. kin, tie and 2-button styles, that must High she fSekd'lcdsye be closed out at once; we therefore Loi ZV eelshn-uedsl, offer these vesting tops. $6see Valve for $3.4 $2.50 Slipper for 95C1 Highbh i dFrench kid, southern ties and 2 High~ of odln ~3lkidbutton shoes, $ttracg~ve in stylean lae style, ~nM ee s to ~letýrfgct fitting, Sne turn sole, and ppat .41 soles, batesto e 4,l*s; Afa'&Yar $4 yld $5 shoes. feet. _ _ ~ MO4S.8Pl Women's southern ties, 2-button and * 'high s...

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. — 4 July 1902

THE N EW AGE i,. _f, eFkly by the New Age Lnr~ ('flpanfy. office. 220) South D~Iuncani. Smith k Dor-! ~ Sibseription price, $2.0') a at S. : months. $110. Three! r.r. rn te. invariably in ad a: T.. ; .ný-' 2-H. \ , rn aI.1 for entry at the _. .at nV *-t as second-class I RII'.\1 .JUL.Y 4. 1902. :t~ar' hing onward to ,.atr~ar - Many thousands -.. as now be beardt; * :z- ..-'a e- we bare the :p "ry We shall en e . arn nothing more than * 'ydue us and evade issues a.; . 'r\tWct a ooron oa\. are -laity in receipt . ,gratuiatiofl3 from prominent "'.,r.-.t p±ý,pl> of the- state upon our, .rrc-esful effort in bringing into har rur~: tLne w ekinitg forces of the poUt ical pow'-r of the colored citizens of Mor.tana THE TURNING OF THE LANE. At ]a-.t w:" have reached the turn ic~e Vint of the lane. We can now to' k ] a' to the distance we have tray e-1. 1 rt' .o avail politically. We have b r ted, not having any guide or a.- .rnal to direct our journey. Thus w.. Lace f,-en traveling the lan...

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. — 4 July 1902

J. P. 1VONihoci *CARtPE$'TEI Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 218 WEST BROADWAY The WAhisekey of Montana j IIrou Launuru Go. Wilcall for and Deliver+ + that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... Remember TROY LAUNDRY 5. +'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street 4 4+4.44+444+44444+'.44+4+.4+ j53utte Jloral 'Co4 + The Leading Decorators and 4. Florists of Montana 4+ + Cut Flowers and Plants Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, 107 West Broadway. Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telephone 21r3 A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. For a real swell, up-to--date suit of clothes, at very moder ate prices, call on Dan Kowske They Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main St., - Butte GIt11 SCdMf Duc WOrK3 l01 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladles' and Gents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired. Equal to New Good. Called for and Delivered. ALBERT BARCL.AY. Telephone 8n6M. Proprietor. TUJTTLE JEW...

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. — 4 July 1902

Wee ever such an array of fliet grade of mcm's and "or's' clothhl and furnishings offered under price be fore? You'll say "no" the moment you clap your eyes on the bewilderlil dis play here. From es-ythird $0oa.nh*if lees than regular prices is the great offer. And the cause of this all, we have to rakie extensive alterstipns h~ere-the dust will be Bying a~d everything fe a turmoil for weeks bricklayers, carpentders. Meinters, etc., will relga here. Sale starts todey at 9.a. m. siIArp $100,000 S~o~k Oflared Uudcr rriu No introduction necessar't to the grade we always show-geDeratioU5 have been wearing 'em, giving general satisfaction. $30.00 Suits This Sule $19.15 25.00 Suits This Sale 14.35 2000 .Suits This Sale 12.35 18.00 Sins Tht Sae £100 15.00 Suits This Salt 9.65 12.50 Suits This Sale 8.15 Above gives you Just a schedule of the great reductionls--CUr word for it that they are better at the display price than any other stores. (iafl3 & Kibifi The Most Reihiebl Clothiers. 12...

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. — 12 July 1902

STHEl NEW AGE. "ý" " Puiblished In the Intereetm of the Colored Peoe .. ' Vo'. 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAy. JU LY 12, 1 *2. _No. 7" BIG I BARGAINS ... A l . .. Hennessy's II BIG * STORE quits for $97 Worth up to $18 Aia fliem1g of Mows Sack Suits, mads of blu serge sod blue sad fussy cevsiets, with values up to fS, marked drwn to $,.736 a ult. lusts for $11.75 Worth from $16.50 to $2o A chelee aeserteset of Mem's sew sad webby Suits, etylishly sues.of Nos fin lotO. Reular $10.5 t. 580 valnes gNelg for $u1.75 a Suit. quits for $14.75 Worth from $]o to $30 Flue taller-aide Suits of black sand blue cheviots sad wue s anmd fancy cheviots sand wsrstedelasa varlety of deslrsble styles and oslsrlugs. correct In style. up-to-date in every particular. t1en's Trousers at $2.75 Striped *erstsd, cheviot sand caselmere Trousers Insa variety .f styes. taekes ilnes but all sizes I. the lot. Values to is, for Sa.755a pair'. Mien's Trousers at $3.75 A good aesertmaeat of Noe's Trousers made of strip...

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. — 12 July 1902

THE NEW AGE iii '.hed weekly by the New Age Puhlir hirrg Company, office. 220 South Idaho street. Subscription price. =2.00 a year. Six month... $1.10. Three months, 60) cen-ts. invariably in advance. Teie photo" 2Sr2-l. Appliation made for entry at the prostotflire at Butte as second-class miat er. SATCRI)AY, JULY 12, 1902. TiIe'campiaign will soon be on. This is the ye-ar to put aside personalities. feuis arid differences, and by a united effort iio establish a high race prestige in plxiiieis. We are living in an age of com mnercialism, an era of materialism, and a man is respectedi and esteemed ac cording to his integrity and the amount of business which he can command. The cordial and enthusiastic sup port which our position supn the con, solidation and concentration of the colored vote of the state, both in the individual districts and the state col lectively is receiving from the testi monials and letters which we are re ceiving at our office is indeed gratify ing. That the ne...

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. — 12 July 1902

J. 0 . VOt~iOcK AR~PE1'4TSc eli Jobbing, Cabinet and lOffice Fixtures in 216 WEST BROADWAY tb Cs CII Ic hi a' ly 0l w t1 The ti~et TeWhiskcey of' Montana nb 0 THEC t~poULauln~pu o. . Will call for andDeliver } that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2.. Remember; z TROY LA N R1 'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street j5utte ~lcral 'ýo The Leading Decorators and + ~ Florists of Montana+ + Cut Flowers and Plants Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, 107 West Broadway. Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telephon~e 213 A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other flowers are alwsys carried. All orders receive prompt attention. For a real swell, up-to-date suit of clothes, at very moder ate prices, call on Dan Kowske The Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main St., - Butte iit go DQG1P WortK3 and mwonw, coado* tae deed of nn" nled Vengeance. But neither of these things is true. It haa ben repeatedily shown, is the first place, that only a very small pro. portijoi (in some years One-tent...

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. — 12 July 1902

ELLIS PfiIMT 60. I7 East Qvuati Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PIIOTOORAPIIS AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE $46-I BUTTE............MONTANA R. C. WALLACE & CO. The Best Groceries In Helena Oi'e us a trial for the FINEST 00005 at the mest rem HELENA, IIONTANA HELENA NOTES. - t Helena. Mont., July 9i, 1902.-Among 1 the vistors in t1.e city during last y week was Col. Jas. Collins, and his t many frends were delighted to see him again. Mr. Arthur Palmer entertained Mr. Morris O'Brien Friday evening at a family dinner at his home. Messrs. Charles Dorsey and Ed. s Mosely were seen calling Sundayi evening on the Elite of Helena in a handsome victoria. Mr. Ed. Moeely entertained Messrs. r Chris,Dorsey. Jas. Collins otflutte, and Mr. Arthur Palmer at ping pong in his handsome bachelor apartments on Saturday. It is rumored the Butte ex perts have not yet mastered the dif ficult Helena str...

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. — 19 July 1902

- -- Pu-___I t~ Itee t of the Colored People . .~ .ý -- - V 1.B UTTE, MO NTA NA, SAT URDnA Y .T U'L1 19, 19~? -_1 8 en's Shirts - In Hennessy's Furnishing Department Everybody In Butte knows the big store always shows the best lines of Shirts in the state. Here are the season's swellest styles, the richest qualities and ' the latest colorings. More than that, the kinds 'most men want and men most want are here, too, in the greatest variety. Here we men tion a few special Items of unusually high value which it will pay to examine. lien's Shirts Lien's Shirts Fancy shirts with laundered bos- Soft bosomed negligee shirts, oms, in the newest and best color- entirely new, with laundered bands. ings, with cuffs to match. All Two styles in the best colorings. sises. Only 75e each. All sizes. Price only $1.00 each. Men's negligee shirts, with soft Men's fancy shirts with laun bosom. and laundered bands. All dered bosoms; one lot shows the have cuffs to match; some are de- latest in black an...

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. — 19 July 1902

THE N EW AGE uttbiltshel ss, tky by the New Agei pit~lishing (rnmtafly. office. 220 south Idaho street. ~ithtariptiot price, "2.00 a year. Six monttnit. $1 loi. Three months, 60 (tefltsl insariably in advance. Tele- c -hn St- I Aljplit ationt made fotr entry at the jtttt,ttttti at Butte as second-class ntaltt c. SAT'Ilti)AY, JULY 19. 1902. Th. nv gin young people's Christion atid ..l tlitctinai congresa is a move Ot lnt wit 'it has itt-ItIni it all religious bodiest and agencies at work among tiii n,'g roe.; of America for their spir ituwl anti educational uplift. This tttttgtt' is to b~e held in Atlanta for fiie, 5. beginning August 6 ntext, anti its central aim is to reach the unteached young negro. A for mtidable board of directors is at word. antd efforts are making to get 10.000 yotlng colored persons to hear the addresses, and to buy the printed -re ports. Emotional religion may not have been of the highest character in the negro. and may not have pro dutced the beat results i...

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. — 19 July 1902

JoP. JYO'flDlOCK~ CA1 PE1'1TER T jobbing. Cabinetands Office Fixtures a a Specalty, 216 WEST BROADWAYa a , Th WIhiskey of Montana I iou Laundru GoT. Will call for and Deliver + that Laundry. +...Ring Up 'Phone 2... ++ Remember TRYLAUNDRY+ 'Phoe 2. 232 South Main Street j53utte ~1ora1 cý4 The Leading Decorators and 4+ Florists of Montana +. +. Cut Flowers and Plants+ Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, 107 West Broadway. Green Howses at Gregscn' Springs. Telephone 213 A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. For a real swell, - up-to-date suit of clothes, at very moder ate prices, call on Dan Kowske The Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main St., - Butte 6ii a 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Gents' Garments Cleanede Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal toNe Goods Called for and Delivered. ALBERT BARCLAY. Telephone 826M. Proprietor. TUTTLE JEWELRY CO. NORTH MAIN STREET A~ew Howg. of Our Da...

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. — 19 July 1902

ELLIIS PfIMIT 60. 11 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PIIOTOGRAPiIS AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 845-B BUTTE......... MONTANA LOCAL NOTES Col. James Collins begins active work on his copper mine next week. We wish the colonel much success. Room to rent. Mrs. Lucas, 116 South Idaho street. Mrs. Emma Wilds spent last Sun day as the guest of Miss Elsa John son out at the Nine Mile. We also took dinner at Mrs. Lewis' on Monday evening, which was a very pleasing affair. There will be a baby show at Bethel Baptist church Tuesday JIuly 29, under the management of Mrs. Hattie Wilson, for the benefit of the church. Everybody is re quested to bring your babies and the most perfect and well dressed baby will get the prize. There will be two prizes, first and second. Miss Letha Esters was elected president of Band of Hope at the regular meeting Thursday. No more business the meeting...

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. — 26 July 1902

STHEl NEW' AGE._ P u~t b lI h e d I n t h e I n t e r e e t . o r t h e C o l o r e d Pe o p le V o L 1 . B U T , M N A A A C D l . J L ' V L 1.B T , MO T A, AT DA JU T 26, 1902. N0 t. MEN'S ýSUIT BIG BARGAINS ... AT .. . Hennessy's BIG STORE .Suits for $9.75 Worth up to $i8 A flue line @1 Men's Sack Sults, made of blue serge and blue and fancy chmeviots, with values up to $i8, marked down to $,.7i a Suit. Suits for $11.75 Worth from $i6.so to 520 A choice assortment of Men's new and nobby Suits, stylishly made et fancy cheviots. Regular $iopa to $ao values going ter 511.15 a Suit. Suits for $14.75 Worth from $20 to $ao Fine taller-made Suits of black and blue cheviots and merges and fancy cheviots and worsteds in a varlety of desirable styles and celertngs, correct in style, up-to-date in every particular. Men's Trousers at $2.75 StrIped worsted, chneviet and caselmere Trousers in a variety of styles, broken lines but all sizes In the lot. Values to $9, for $a.5 a pelt. Men's Trous...

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. — 26 July 1902

THE NEW AGE t'ubl:shetl weekly by the New Age Pubi~shingK Company, offce. 220 South Idaho street. Subscriptiof price. *2.00 a year. Six months. *i.io. Three months. 60 cents, invariably in advance. Tele phone 86°-B. Applicationl made for entry at the postomt e at Butte as second-class matter. SATURDAY, JULY 36. 1ý2. TRIBUTE TO REGIMRNT iOAMlRII-c LV AT MISSOULA. A letter has been received at Mis soiila containing a copy of the cir- by cular letter issued by General Burt. he upon his relinquishinlg command of c the Twenty-first United States in- c fantry in the Philippines.-a Headquarters Twenty-fifth U. S. In- be fantry. Malabon. Rilal. P. 1. April a 7, 180O2. " a To the Officers and Soldl~r5. Twenty fifth United States Infantry. t Comrades: It is my prIntu1 duty to say I am no longer colonel of the Ii1 Twenty-fifth Isfantry. I cga hardly Cc tell you how great a grief tlip , s to me. For ten years I have had the m proud privilege of bostn tha "I - to colonel of one of the beet regim...

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. — 26 July 1902

Jobb~ng Ca nee ads 4~ti Fixtures 28WEST BROADWAY i , tP Launau Gjo. ...ieUp 'PhbPii 2.._ 4. itemOthbE~r 'Phone ý. 232 South Main Streqt t4444d*44+1444 :++++++H44++ The Leading Decorators and t ~Florists of Montana I + Cut Flowers and Plants J mcoratAaas and Design a Specialty 8aksr@in, 107 West Broadway. Grosa hols'sist Gregson Springs. Telephone s2z3 A isstaupply qt beautiful carnations and roses and other lowers mll always carieid. All orders receive prompt attention. For a real swell, up-to-date suit of clothes, at very moder ate ýteca'l on Kowske The Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main st., - Butte GIV _?Mj1DGok 101 W. Granite St.. Cor. Alaska Ladles' and Gents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed Presse and Repaired. Equal to New Goodsileud for and Delivered. ALBERT BARCLAY rpreo. 'telephone 826M.Prpeo. TUTThE JEWELRY Co. NORTH MAIN STREET A New Howse of Our Day and Time, with the only New and Desirable Li~ee of 3t~l~Olb a ~ Xatche$, 3ewe~rV ýýcst Ctut ~[ass, ýBrtcsaK~rac Ida tIlE and Repair ...

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. — 26 July 1902

ELLIS ~fIMT 60. 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PHOTOORAPII3 AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 846.5 BUTTE.............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES _ t ROOM TO RENT-Mrs. Lucas, 116 South Idaho street. Mrs. Grace Brown was over this week from Anaconda. Mrs. George Willis was indisposed for a few days this week. We are glad ro state that Mrs. Ennis Bell, who has been very ill for two weeks, is improving rapidly. We will be glad to see her out again.h Mrs. Anna White is seriously Ill at her residence on South Idaho street. Mr. W. E. Scott, of Anaconda, was in the'city two days last week visit ing Mrs. Scott. Mr. Ben Endman, who recently had the smallpox, sad was released after three weeks at he peethouse, was taken back again this week with chickenpox. We wonder what kind it will be next tiros, Mr Charles F'ortune has been hov ering between life sand death fogy three days this week f...

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. — 2 August 1902

THE NEiW -AGE. SPubltmhed 1.n the lnterests or the Colored People .0 .0 gt .0 Vol- 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, 8ATUUiDAY1. AUGUSTI ~ 1¶ýO-. N I WTIW INDfIICTDIII Cl Aur c Ilty of thb. iniV.. - - - - liennessy's' :" 1r":":: Red Sale Begins Monday August 4, 1902 Big Barggains In Every Department Watch the Daily Papers For full Particulars Visit Hlennessy's The Trip will be a Pleasure, the Expense a Profit MaHl en nessy' S Bontt Orde derMontana SALT LAKE CITY. Mrs. Lee Johnson is very ill this week. . c Mr. Ed. Hatfield has accepted a to position with the Pullman. Mrs. Nora Dudley has gone to Den- In ter to testify in the post offl~e rob-d bery case. -14 kc There is a Saltair party most every evening. Iis in Mrs. A. Thompson is doing nicely at the Holy Cross hospital. Rev. J. W. Washington, Mrs. Willis Green. el Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Washington were S Out to see her last Saturday and Mrs. W Young, Mrs. Fasha and Mrs. E. D. t Washington were out to ~See her Sun- a day. The visiting hours are 2 to 4...

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. — 2 August 1902

THE NEW AGE 1 ,a -ta 'aaly hy the New Age aria, i tnpany. office. 220 South l4ala .ta i u-It Sitll, a a i ria e. s2.ttt a year. Six na-n- 1; Ia.- Three mont hs. N~) -:?Iaaal naItal~l ii. advance Ta-la- It ,it; 'auteala - te ntr. at tha ,r Itlitt a- Is s.econad-alassa ..1' a IlIIrAl' A\GULST 2, 1902. lI: N,,!: E . IIutlalings Seigle of t ",.~" aa taaaC has contribuiteal la-i I toa the New Age, for lI . it oaf its readers, attracting aui t:i., gtaa af altaention, we again a-ialus a %a-Il written article entitled 'II. I atalutas ial Slavea Apology to the thattat Slaa." this language coming traanaaataaaa the fairer sex should be lppt i itt" a-a ly every a-alored person. Miss Sia ga I i-s also a 1ompose" aa renatlawn, an I the stratina Itana, liar nalsia fills the saddest heat witha gladlaess and thrills the soul witha iiaans ad fresh hopes. The New A. M. E. church baat their grandl opening last Sunday and a very large attendance witnessed the aserviaces in the foren%W~ and evening. Rev....

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. — 2 August 1902

JL P. IVLI'DLI0cKT GRRPEI'1TEIR Jobbing, Cabinet Spcand Office Fixtures 216 WEST BROADWAY It +. THE that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... +Remember L TROY LAUNDRY ± 'Pone 2. 232 South Main Street +.4 +++.~ £3 £13 4++++44H-H j5ute 5lora1 o. + The Leading Decorators and fg +Florists of Montana «j. * Cut Flowers and Plants+ Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, 107 West Broadway. Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telephone 213 flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. For a real swell, up-to-date 11 suit of clothes, at very moder-IW, ate, prices, call on t tJarli Kosk The Fashionable Tailor hi 305 'North Main St., - Butet 61%U ýtgani DU6 Works,1 S ci 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska a Ladies' and Gents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed A Pressed and Repaired, Equal toNew Goods Caldfor and Delivered. ALET PARroprietor. Telephone 826M.,.c N'ow that the warm days are here, D rink only Butte Brew ing Co. 's P O E IF YOU WANT A COOL N ...252 INVIGORATING STIM A tys dart...

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. — 2 August 1902

iLLIS rfIINT 60: 17 Ernst Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PIIOTOGRAPHIS AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE $46.3 BUTTE .............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES; ROOM TO RENT-Mrs. Lucas, 116 South Idaho street. Mrs. C. P. Smith is visiting her husband in Anaconda for a few weeks. Mrs. J. I. Jacobs entertained Mrs. Sadie Smith, Mrs. Alice Sager and J. W. Duncan at tea Suaday evahlg. Mrs. James Mack and lit ie4augh ter Hebe, of Aanconda, was itn the city last week visiting friedsi. Mrs. Harriet ackinon. wirh her two daughters, has removed to the home of her mother on Iowa avenuee. Mrs. Harriet Jaakson. with her two ed Presiding Elder Hubbard, Elder Al len and Mrs. Austin at luneheon on Tuesday last. The woman who called uy the young offce boy last Tuesday mrning about five liad batter look oat or Siere will be things doimg. Mrs. 3. I. Jacobs wee vsidting in Anaconda this week on business and...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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