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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 9 August 1902

STHE NEW AGE. S P b a ed In the Interests or the Colo e -ep e- . ~ . VOL 1. - -- BT'TTE, MO NTAXA, SA TUfI)Xy. A ~tt GlSi ;,. 1`, '2 -.. i Red TicketSl At Hennesay's Big Store Refrigerators At One-Fourth Off in Basement Now is the time to buy the most needed articles for the summer sea son Gurney's Refrigerators, the world's best make, going at 1'A of Gurney Refrigerators, Regular $21.oo value for 515.75 Gurney Refrigerators, Regular 24.50 value for "8.4o Gurney Refrigerators, Regular 27.50 value for 20.65 Gurney Refrigerators, Regular 32.00 value for 24.00 Gurney Refrigerators, Regular 35.oo value for 26.25 Gurney Refrigerators, Regular 39.00 value for 39.35 Ice Cream Freezers The Celebrated "White I'lountain" Freezers This is the finest Freezer made, and the only one that has more than two motions. Over I,ooo,ooo In daily use, and every one en tirely satisfactory. Buy now. 3 qt. "White Mountain" Freezers, 52.25 value for 51.95 3 qt. "White Mountain" Freezers, 2.95 value for 2.45 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. — 9 August 1902

THE NEW AGE Irtah~ 4rc ri Stii-. It 111 1 pri, ,,a ' a var. S~i Itt ,S I 11 T rv,. 'nitmthi. Cu ~ t- tn aritilI3 in a% anl~. T e pt",l. ý2 II .\L'itl l . (ST 9. 1902. - National League Convenes in Ohio h I - lx iI ( til t""t it1 th l N ation al Al tt .\rt-t it au l-tpulhlic~at leagule , (I ofl titi lt'nttu Stal."{. otganizedIli ta h I, t1. l waii II.* helot at Spring- ~Iit fieId. It. A I\gustl 1:'. 191III. The object .of atil IF 1isiI-of the league will be to ot1111 at- atnd intrutctt the people lin repulic~~lan politicst an~d organize re pullililan c-lub~s In each state and ter ritory ;to disltribuate literature and ttt to1 arotus ar itntetrest among our peo ple in rcpublican pIolilics and to work for the interest. advanlcementft and sut ces oS'f Ih il epubli~ can party. .1 H-on. Jlohnl G. Jones. of Chicago. nmeminer of the Illinois legislature, is presidentt and Harry C. Smith. of Cleo eland, 0., first vice-president, of The National Negro Business league 0' which meets ill Richmo...

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. — 9 August 1902

JP. MOI'DliOcIK Jo ORPE]'TER jobbing, Cabin eteacnad Office Fixtures ,216 WEST BROADWAY The A~h~key f Motan t ` THE j4 The.Riskg Up 'Ponet2na 4. OI Remember 1, tROY Laundry. S'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street ' ++++++"f+-N-~ -F- -t + -t -~ -F~- c-~ - ++u-t -H -N +++++++ ++++++++44+~++++ ++++++44' j53utte k1ra1 'o.U * The Leading Decorators and . +. Florists of Montana +4 +. Cut Flowers and Plants ýr + Decorations and Designs a Specialty + Salesroomn, 107 Wrst Broadway. tGreen Houses at Gregson Springs.. Telephor~e 213 A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other flowera are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. +++44~~t+++ ++++f..f'4+4+++f4+`f+ +++'H4+ 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' 61%u Stoa DUG WorK& f 101 W. Granite St.. Cor. Alaska I Ladies' and Gents' Garments Cleaned. Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New if Goods Called for and D~eli...

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. — 9 August 1902

ELLIS PflINT6O.i 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint' and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PIIOTOGRAPDIS AND KODAK WORK FLIASHI LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 845-3 BUTTE.............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES Notiin to Our Patrons IN Helena. Mrs. White, from Anaconda, Is vis iting Mrs. Lucas this week. Ms. C. F. Alexander of Dillon wasn in the city two days last week. Mr. C. M. Watts was up from Ana conda to attend the faneral of Mrs. 1 White. Mrs. Robert Lawrenxce is somewhat indisposed since the dace. Dr. Fletch *er pronounced the case not serious Mrs. Owen, of Helesa., who came ov c 'er to attend the ball, will be the guesnt of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence for a week. Mr. William Lawrence,, of'St. Paul, i. was tn the city last Wednesday to t attena the ball given by the Cresenda club. G Mrs. Adams, one of the Helena party tha~t attended the dance, will he the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Willis for a week. h - 81 Mrs. Jordan Curd return...

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. — 23 August 1902

STHENEIW AGE. ._____________ In th e In lte re mt m o f th e C o lo re d IP tho p le ,ý ,. 0 . VOL. 1. B UT T'E. !i0 TA N A -A U- A Y Al -I -T 23 1" '2. - - 1ý _ Men's Shirts Summer's Latest Styles $1.50 to $2.00 Values only 75c ea. Not one style, but many, showing all the sea so's best colorings. Negligee shirts with plain fronts and plaited fronts, cuffs to match, attached and de tached, some, too, with laundered fronts. Because the lines are so broken there's little left of a price Hennessy's s $3.50 Hats Several of our new styles for fall are now ready. These Include: The swellish Alpines, with raw edge, in black,' pearl, steel, brown and tan. The new stiff derby hats, in black, and brown, and The "Monte Carlo" hat of soft felt, so comfortable for outing parties or traveling purposes. Colors are pearl, steel, brown and black. Remember, we are agents for the world-re nowned Knox Hats The Best Hats Made for Men and Women Orders to He nesys Monttana' COLORED PASTOR SHOT BY JEAL OUS...

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. — 23 August 1902

THE NEW AGE'~ a ubthv ekyb the New Age rt publishing company. omre. 220 South lc. Idaho street. Ia Suzbscription price. 42.00 a year. Six a, month.., $1.111. Three months. GOi p cents, invariably in advance. Tele- c. phone 4i42 11. p Application madte t~r .-ntry at theta l)ostottici at Butite as second-class u miatter. t) -S.ýTIIII)AY, AUGUST 24,19412. t - -- - OUR POLITICAL POT. i1 The N. a .\c, tlt. iiirls to) extend Its thanks tI ti, l.'ading' colored politi cin:,1t t .ate lot ttt-ir sanction of i. oi t r . ti art'.- peirfectinig a t ut s tirtt! iiirganiitati in whi;"h 'ill atrin a oncc~rt 1i manner the ,state or. \\ie shall -it-avear to add I to ti.ter and filly put1 b."fitr. out pet)- I b.pielhe tois~al issit.-. and i:iterests " n tvtlcc in th camp aftgi and thos.e t0 w hiiiii id.-inl th oi- rganization c shiouilt ixtind It.. stpiitort. This is l Ithe campaigni fir itie eoilorei voter to t make hitmself felt antI reat strongly in the close- iistricits. Lically the negro ctoier ...

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. — 23 August 1902

J. P. lVONbhicL(' GJRtPEI'1TER t Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY Jc Th lEhse F otn 4+ + + + + + + d Laundr Go. 1lo THE Willcallfor nd Dlive that Lundry 'Phoe 2. 232a Sout MonainaSre THE444 ~+t~t I53utte ~1oral 'C.I4 + The Leading Decorators and + Florists of Montana+ + Cut Flowers and Plants Decorations and Designs a Specialty Gree HosesSalesroom, 107 West Broadway.+ Gre ossat Gregson Springs. Telephore 213~ flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. 44'+H't4++ "t++4+H44++~t+++++ +++4+++ 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 6itu~ 6%lam Du6WorKs 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Gents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired. Equal to New Goods Called for and Delivered. ALBERT UAR:CLA'I Telephone 826M. Proprietor. Now that the warm days arehe, Drink only Butte Brewing Co.'s Beer~~" PHONE... IF YOU WANT ACOOL ....

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. — 23 August 1902

LLUS PflINT 60. 17 (lit Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PHIOTOGRAPHS5 AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. ý.21 South Arizona Street. PHONE 845-B BUTTE.............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES' Everybody should read the New Age. Mr. J. Stratford is out of the city for a few days. Mr. Thomas E. Amos was on the sick list this week. 'Aire Walton. of Anaconda, was in the city visiting her husband. Mrs. Austin returned the past week from a short visit with Mrs. Walton, of Anaconda. We received word that Mrs. C. F'. Alexander arrived in Chicago all safe and feeling fine. We were sorry that the Spokane notes reached us too late for our last issue. Mr. Ennis Bell has accepted a po sition at the smelter Just for a short time. 968-B is the number that sets op. posite Mrs. G3eo. E. Willis' name in the telephone directory. Mrs. A. S. Webb has been sick this week. We wish for her a speedy re covery from her illness. Mrs. Ennix Bell 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. — 30 August 1902

THE NEW AGE. P~Iublished in the Interests of theC ordFop .I. Vo. 1 B V'TTE.; M Iý xrA XA. s` 'r t I; U.1l . x Al Msl . t . N.. 14, Noby ý Neckwear A New Lot ~at The Latest Out Our notion buyer has sent in a I swell lot of Fancy Neckwear that every woman must appreciate. Strictly up-to-date styles at less than market prices. Women's Neckwear Women's Neckwear New wash ties, with pretty tucked Fauicy lace collars for coats and stocks, in white and blue. waists, In black, white, cream and Only uSc Each Arab effects. $1.75 to $35 Each Dainty and washable Florodoras e osi hfolbry ties, in mull, lawn and silk, some with Nwbaincfolbetsilk tab collars and tucked stocks and nets and applique effects, combin hiean lak a -etfl embroidery in pink, blue, white and stions. tf white anElak atet hal black. Only 25c Each sye. $2.50 o$2.0Ec New ping-pong ties, muslin and NwViig lawn, in pink, white, blue, black and NwVlig cardinal, some with tucks and lnser- The latest for fall in chiffon, nets tions,...

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. — 30 August 1902

THE NEW AGE Li ttie New age li"t I~_.' a n n:a' dltit 2'o South ýnl l r" n p . ". r' I a y.ar. Six ti-t Iutta ally ii attiaflt. Tele Ll-t. tii a :t I11101 as second-class nta0 .' SATURDAY. AUGUST 30, 1902 OUR POLITICAL POT. IL i I til ;liii I ote (If Silver Row ounrt3 a Il the state .. large ri-cog tI/IcC Ill. ta I as atlmost an axiotm I tat tii + I, ill: a I in bthtied to no I" l ilt , for Ity past services. or1 .Ili-nO-- I toI co lint for any past ijtItn-. til.llity I-i thiil -iterests, will s Il It i this " itilt,i.ict regarless Io part' tltiliuthat Ill ot whot wall best ltrut+tI t their it mrt lsts and by that ,"verv io-eit oi t I ttt ilit I innIs, every seg rt-gal i-i taill Wilis. jillttfluec is thro~wnto tI he Sith-I -Its party aoi tooklll aft -I- athen till stitke of bat tl+ as tIntared awtay. '"ii-te the caval ry htas lintishted it.. Charngi- at the poly. ext. pt th ne tigto viletr. Even the mnta-iil Ilisit ions a ri dnitied him and in the distributtilon ott platronage not 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. — 30 August 1902

J. P. MO n4týhocI MR~PEI'rE R Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The WAhiskey of Montana " + THE *Irou Laulndru~o. + Will call for and Deliver + that Laundry.' ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... ± ~ Remembero o- TROY LAUNDRY -~'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street ;+++++" -~ --Ui'+-i ~ +tU 1 4+++++++ +++H4+4++2-+i++ ++++++++ i5jutte 5klral 'co The Leading Decorators and 44 Florists of Montana + Cut Flowers and Plants4 Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, 107 Vist Broadway. SGreen Houses at Gregson 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 uit of clothes, at very moder ate prices, call on Dan Kowske The Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main St., - Butte Gif. m 1oa Due Work MR.i BROWN'S LIFS OF DOUGLAS. Every large ship has its tender, and every long biography must needs be supplemented by the more direct and convenient "Little Lif...

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. — 30 August 1902

tilLSPOfINT G0. 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contractinlg Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PI1OTO(-iRAIPi15 AND KODAK WORK FI..\SII LI(1i i' WVORK AND PHiOTO It1 TiTONS. ) i2 ioitlh Arizona Street. PHONE 845-B BIUTiE....... MONTANA LOCAL NOTESi Mr. au l Mrs. S. Rýeeve3 have remov c i o717 Maryland a~vnue. Mis. Sio um ni tertained Miss M. it. I'iuipsl at tinner last Sunday. Mr. C. F'. Jones was in the city this week from the mining region of Par rot. Mrs. Geo. E. Willis recelved a love ly butnch of flowers from Helenat, tie I i.of Mr sid Mrs. N%..pl r. Mrs. J. S. Lee was somewhat indis posed this week. We hope to see her out again soon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis entertained Rev C. C. Laws and wife at dinner Tues day evening. The Exodus Literary Society is con templating reorganizing for the com ing season. Miss Claudie Bell enterta-ined Mas ter Willie Slocum at dinner last Sun day. Mrs. Phillips entertained at dinner last Saturday evening, Mrs. J. E. Wilds, of South Wy...

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. — 6 September 1902

_ ~f E3 G E o ..A. .0 .0 PubUimhd In the Interests of the Colored People A0 A0 A A Vo .BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURIDAY SEPT . 6' 19"2. - Hennessy's Improved "Workingman's Frend" Shoes Made Expresslyy for Us for Miners and Workingmen They are the strongest and best shoes in the market ibr' those requiring strong and heavy shoes to stand rough wear. The Best in the World for Miners They are made In the Croedmore style, of heavy ruseet grain leather, with gusset tongue. Kiondike eyelets, outside counters of sole lmsthqý, douable soles and tap soles fastened en with standard screws. All sizes froes 6 to ma. Price, $za ar The amem "Werkingman's Friend" is copyrighted, and dealers armeutlemed met to use the nanme nor infringe this trade mark of Hininssy's. Our Tailoring Department Under the mnwagement of Mr Canning E. Ptarden, is showing a very cheoice line d1 the finest Imported Woolens For Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats flake your selections early to avoid disappointment. Satisfaction gu...

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. — 6 September 1902

THE NEW AGE NOTICE. To~ New Abe. ti political organ of t- ~eC^"Kid people of this state. If yo",. o~cand'cdates for political nomi nat-vis and desire to reach the col cr-cd vote of th~e cCuftlt or state, the Ne.~ Age. the official organ of the cot orcd peorle. extends its columns for your use. We make a specialty of cuts and political cards. Moiik t hi "Ni griiha ids iiii in this t iui nyv. aril t hi neiii lii in to hlmselli it autlil s.TVi that he. has a genlin hrn trnakinig ithir poli i rich. Thi coriloredi Inhiabiitants of Cuba ptro I i-stit against iiilior I istinct ions in th- mastter of oitfi- Iiilding. anil as a result they have been offereid eighty pilaiis on pollic. force anid twelve po .silionai as letter carriers. The Coloreil Agricultural and Me chanical Association of L~exengton. Ky.. organized in 1869. is a member of the National Trotting association. This distinction is enjoyed by no oth er Negro associationu hi America. The colored people of Montgomery. Ala.. refused...

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. — 6 September 1902

Jý o .M~ ocx CJ RPEN'TER Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures ~'Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY IN ri The W~hlskey or Montana iro THE o. flrouLaundru~o Will call for and Deliver + that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... , + Remember + Phone 2. 232 South Main Street ~+++1+ +4 +++4+414 j53utte eIra1 Co.~ + The Leading Decorators and + Florists of Montana+ + Cut Flowers and Plants +" Decorations and Designs a Specialty j Salesroom, I07 West Broadway. Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telephone 2131 A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. 44t4t4+++ +"+++4+4+++-1"1"~+ 1+14+44. 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 GI~u godmDUWos I*Bluffed! B y ELLs LISLn_ } rI i..4 lot air! ri.'' I.-tr, a1: S a!l. 'f r I."ý, . ý a t r f i . . ILhin' ali tr. _ .I but ;:at .t', t ! ý I 1r cae ion. u U iie : Ft ,, 1:1r I. tTi r...

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. — 6 September 1902

ELLIS rflIMT 60. 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PtIOTOORAPIIS AND KODAK WORK FL.ASHI LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 845-4 BUTTE.............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES Mrs. J. A. Williams was on the sick list this week. Mrs. Iewis was visiting in Basin a few days last week. Mrs. John Tate was indisposed for a few days this week. Mr. Charles M. Watts was up from Anaconda a few days thish week. Mr. W. E. Scott, of Anaconda, was in the city circus day. visiting Mrs. Scott and ttuking in the sights. We will pay five cents a copy for issues of the New Age of June 13th. We want six copies for our file. Mrs. Robert Jackson gave a sur prise party on Mr. and Mrs. John F. Davies Wednesday evening. Mr. Sarn George. of Ilt Lake, is in the city and has accepted the posi tion vacated by Mr. Robert Taylor. We are glad to chronicle the tact that Mrs. Ennis Bef, who has been ill for several weeks, is able to be o...

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. — 13 September 1902

--- ` ý Pu~b1Itaed Ini the Inuterests of the C lr d~ o u ~ . \OL 1BUTTE, M ONTANA , SATU1; h.ýy ýE IP1'. I:. ý:º:'. Hennessy's Fall Millinery Openin' On Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 15 and 16, 1902 Showing a large and handsome line of the lat est novelties of the season. Pattern Hats from Paris Pattern Hats from London Pattern Hats from New York Hundreds of Pattern Hats from our own work mooms, made under the able supervision of Mrs. Raleigh. Jacket Sale Begin. Monday on Hennessy's Second Floor Big Bargains In Women's and Misses' Garments About zoo Jackets suitable for fall and winter wear, well made of Ke rsey, Cheviot, Velour Covert Cloths, i lontenac, etc. Colorings are tan, castor, oxfords, red, cadet and black. Some have notched collars, others have storm collars. Prices $3.75 to $12.75 each Misses' Sizes, i4 and i6 Women's Sizes, from 32 to 44 inches The Greatest Values Ever Shown Orders to Ii en es y 'S Montana Go 6artis at ot Baby Buggies at from $4 to $77.50 less than cost The...

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. — 13 September 1902

THE NEW AGE i,,i.; l ý" R Ir te New Age I'iflI. -II 'ntn au)'. ''}lre" 220 South ;il prlt iottpi I2.(J a year. Six Q - il . 5 1 1' 1') ii- rontht;. ý ,, in': at atl'l it al tant e. Tele \; 'it at it , ofll" i renutry at the at is t' its second claxs SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1902. NOTICE. The New Age, the political organ of the colored people of this state. If you are candidates for political nomi nations and desire to reach the col prod vote of the countw or state, the New Age, the official crr ýn of the col ored people, extends its columns for your use. We make a specialty of cuts and political cards. WVe tiublish in this issue an article ent illed "Civilization versus Barbari ty:' by Miss Nora E. Iliulings Siegel. of Deinver, Colo. Shie has contrib't tCed several articles to the New Age for thei binfleit oif our readers. W..e will in a near future publish another artiuli wit h the writeor's (lit. Mis, Sii-gud has taken a deepi anid person al interest in the New Age, and as above st...

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. — 13 September 1902

Je P. MO D LOCL CAR1PE1'4TER Jobbing. Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY rr The W~hiskey of Montana ý ý H ELu n r oo+T r uWill call for and D eliver + that Laundry. ' ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... 4.Remember ý TROY LAUNDRY S'Ph one 2. 232 South Main Street +++++++ ++++++++4++44+++ +++44+++ !Y3utte klral &Cc* 4. The Leading Decorators and +. Florists of Montana +. Cut Flowers and Plants 2 Decorations and Designs a Specialty +. Salesroomn, 107 Ws st B~roadway. SGreen Houses at Gregson Springs. Telephor~e 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 6I~ g~dw ucWorKs 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Gents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New Goods Culled for and Delivered. 1LBERT L3ARCL \Y. Telephone 826M. Novi t...

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. — 13 September 1902

ELLIS ~flINT 60. 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO P1IOTOORAPJIS AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 846.3 BUTTE.............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES Mr. John Givens left last week for parts unknown. Mrs. Lucas is in Anaconda thisi week for mental recreation, Mr. Jos. Mack, of Anaconda, wasn in the city this week making calls on friends. Mr. Lee Bell in company with Mr. Barney Clark were in the moaatains thi, week, prospecting. Mrs. Slmington and her daughter, Miss Berdie, have moved from 1003 to 911 Iowa Avenue. We will pay five cents a copy for issues of the New Age of June 13th. We want six copies for our file. Mr. M. Lewis, of Anaconda, was In the city the first of the week, ~k.o ing up old frienda and taking in the sights. Mrs. W. A. Washington was India. posed for seveiui days this week. We are glad to note that she is greatly unproved. Mrs. S. A. Smith returned last Sun. da...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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