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

STHE NE3WAE _________A Pu~bli hed I,, th e Interewat of the o r e p e A A A Vol. . BU~TTE, MONTANA, SATUR~DAY. SEPT. '12 Sock Sale Begins Monday at 9 Choice of ... 3552 Pairs English, Germnan and French Half Hose Worth from 5Oc to $1.00 FQr 25c a Pair When our !'len's Furnishings Goods buyer was in New York he se cured from an Importer, at a very low Cls.including silk mixtures. il t~ 5hrea andba briggmn In plain aind fancy stripes and figures. All the styles are desirable, but as they are mostly broken Men's Trousers 1.11 and Winter'. Latest Style. Hlennessy's clothing department Is showing this week.a sewilot it Men's Trousers, well muade, of fancy cheviots, caselmeres and worsteds, the designs and colerings of which are mea deiab and price as low as Is consistent with their high quality. AUl sizes to lit every figure. Fancy striped cheviot and crnsti- Several lines of fangp worsted mere trousers, winter weight, in black trouser., dadrale Ryles, in neat sam whits muxtates; 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. — 20 September 1902

THE NEW AGE ~M '.Tl3 v.fh. 220So~itI ýt ,n Ti p ~ .2 a: 0 a %tar. Si, uitIt 1 '. itir mt ionths. CO it\ wally ini ak anee. Tele ;," ; Ti~u '111I- Ttr entry at the '.. IT ~ilutt as o .ToITdl lass SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 19021 Tjntcs in a jiilitiial way are he glluln: t, tlN 111for a hot conltest :u- the~Iire I iti ra shouldi not tal iti. tli,iiHIns lv," and vote soi l'\ I, i* th 11, ualnt,.nanuee of gi od 1~o\, .ilfll'* and siupporlt only suith H I1 di, ,\V, \ 111 nit. whei in oftice. be * . rnip11 iorporatilou. it ha ~ , u a soil: :.c of much regret. tad.\ upu~ the past anid iiir grial etror. by not uniting cii .,lVs and demntai some recogni Sn rim the hands of the state gov * iliiitit. We have in the state some abie andl (omlietint colored citizens wilo would do credlit to the race and hIotior to slitili Itcsisli iit of trust. we know (of noi positiofl itnder a cotunty, or dtate jiin~isdilt ion. hield by a color id hma. We have ni, ver demanded o:sick-d Lo gain ally favors from the...

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 September 1902

Jo P. 1VON1ThOCis CARPEN4TER Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The WAhiskey of Montana IroU Laundru Go Will call for and Deliver I that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... + ~;Remember ~ TROY LAUNDRY "'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street +++++++++++++-14++++++++4+H+ +T7 ~53utte 5TlraI 0C.I + The Leading Decorators and * +. Florists of Montana + Cu~t Flowers and Plants .4~Decorations and Designs a Specialty rs .4, ~Salesroom, 107 W '(st I3roaddeav Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telepliore 2131 S A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other ~ flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. '11f++ +++ +++ .f++'++++++ +-t±b For a real swell, up-to-date suit of clothes, at very moder ate prices, call on Dan Kowske Thec Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main St., - Butte Gitu 3%Gdmn DU orKs 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' acid Cents' Garments Cleaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New Goods Called for and Delivered. .\LB...

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. — 20 September 1902

ELLIS PflINT 60. 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PHIOTOGRAPHI. AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHtT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 845-5 BUTTE .............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES sir. Sam Hall was in the city this week dislKosing of vegetables and fine fri~ti. YIou will (d0 us a favo, by sending us in your subscription due for the Aim. Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of Anaconda, were in the city this week. They were entertainedl by Miss Ella Lewis and Mrs. J. A. Williams. We will pay five cents a copy for issues of the New Age of June 13th. We want six copies for our file. Mr. K. R. Hatfield, of Salt Lake, was In the city this week. For the few hours that he was in the city last Sunday he was loosing up old friends Mrs. Frank Mason recently of Poca tello, but na of Dillon, was in the city this week, the guest of Mrs. J. E. Wilds. She left for Anacnoda, but will return to Butte again in a few days. Mrs. Mary Phelps spe...

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 September 1902

---_____ ____ _.e d rIn th e I rite re e of th e - o o e --_op- .- --- e- = VoLý 1. BU T MO I' X -h--x~ - -__ - - No. 1\ taro utaacio they F - - >ask relief r... ..' -- - - At Hennessy'sC Watch the Window Displays Read the Sunday Papers *4 For Further Particuilars Everything New Nobby and Nice c (9 All the 4~Latest Styles ~IP F or Fall and Winter 6,, In Each arnd Every Department Bergstroms F Full1Orchestra~ 44 Has been engaged for the grand - occasion, the leading "event of the season in Butte's business world Everybody Invited o~ At Hennessy's Go Garibs atGsM Baby Buggies at from $4 to $7.5o less than cost These are the w') known Heywood make, rubber tires, rubber hub caps, patent brake and silk parasol. This reduction brings the Go Carts from $60.0 to $16.00 and the Buggies from $4.50 to $15. no >70 'rr " C Carpet and Linoleum Sale begins Mond~ay niorning and will continue all through Sep tember. Notice big wifl(' « dis play. A $3.50 Carpet Sweeper Free with every $20 carpe...

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 September 1902

THE NEW AGL l't I ('senipany., 111tcc. 2211 Son)l, l Fill Site ai spoon pro t. s2 110 a year. Sl' an ru-ntl - $1111 Three months. ru ren-invariat t) it, advance. Tel,' Kt j leath' 'nail. fur en ary P 1~~t '' ii i Ithut as siP (nd-cia mat' *\~, \," i .\g' ll , six-I olunwi Ii; Ct e ~t fthe .tats . F'.oul a let u te rnNa E. ititliogs :angel. oIf in pints ll L' lug Ililil It is certainl- di w IIn lt In 1peollj oft azi) color. it I wclt ith imure than ordinary ti nbility ant shows inergy and pushi itl int galteit g tit KS. iti4 cl~ ealt I' tiii ta~l1lc and high ti.;. 'I in every par Iu to laiv MIrs. Siegel, ho is.1 a satii e1 uit il ll .. i-it ith Il- illS, n , a is ta i t ail~it i i' bi g eil t tiitil ri humanityin-all :: 1 > ,.U niit a tii i'sp '- tS sli takt .llt ait l ts iiiterestI; this nlefl li Mil. 'elii' (nur Aed ( 1 citails tl tis 'until Itn "11111' r. a rt all lepal fi nt, aollmn li lei-ntl ii to he h-istrei voerof thie state. utall i orgnrlanittii hti-ts the agt baadt titi...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 27 September 1902

J. p. MObD~ocI CARIPEI'1TER Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. __2i6 WEST _BROADWAY I (Ii' vwI The W~hlskey of Montana 0+)++ +++4- THE ;-y -I +.~-~1 i rou Laundru Go. ~~ Will call for and Deliver. + that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... e Remember TR Y AU DR 'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street ' -+++++-t -4 ++ - f ++ Hu -t -ti+-u .a+44+++ +++ 4+H* + +++++ ++++4+i' uThe klra1 . +4 Th Leading Decorators and + Florists of Montana+ + Cut Flowers and Plants Decorations and Designis a Specialty Salesroom, 107 West Broadway. Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telephote 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 G1%u 8%Gdhl DUG WorKs 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Cents' GarmedntsCleaoNed, Dyed Pressed and RepaireEultNw Goods Called for and Deli...

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. — 27 September 1902

ELLIS rflINT 60. 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and S Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO P1IOTOORAPJIS AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 845-B BU TTE .............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES Mrs. Ii. U. Parsons was on 'the ack list this week. Mrs. Settlers returnedl last week from a several wee'ks trip to Ana cutrid a. Mr. trstrgc Alexatnder. of Helena, was visiting in the city a few days this week. Mr. antu Mrs. I.'e Philipps enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vass at dinner Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Washington has been in dýSposed for several days. We wish hr a :speedy recovery. Mrs. Sloc-urn entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Osbern Fenter at luncheon Sunday. Mrs. James Brice was seriously ill thin week. Her condition has chang ed and she is gradually improving. Mr. Barney Cook, who has been vis iting in the city for a few weeks, returnedl to his home in Salt Lake. Rev. C. C. Laws has moved from 12 North Idaho s...

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

TH NEW AGE* So Published n the Intereht of the Colored ple1 Vo l ... r d .P c to ,0 , .--.BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY. OCT. , 1902. SilK Sale . Matchless Bargains for Monday Swellest Styles Superb Shadings $1.50 to $2 values only 79c Yard W"HEN our silk buyer was in New York he se cdati from an Importlng house part of a silk manufacturer' stock of late novelties. The price we paid was low, the figure 7c, at which we mark them, is still lower by comparison. 3,000 Yards Rich Novelty Silks Sixty-three dlfibrent styles, in lengths of 7 to 2o yards, in a beautiful range of colorings. Absolutely none worth less than $1.25 yard and by long odds the greater portlon is Really Worth from $1.50 to $2.50 a Yard The lot includes Fancy Figured Taffetas. Fancy FPi red Peaux de Soire. Printed Warp Taffetas with Satin Stripes. itet Figured ras de Loedres. Striped and Corded Taffetas. Lace striped Taffetas in several styles. Primted warp Loulsin a in figured and Persian effects. Brocaded Gras de Londres...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 4 October 1902

THE NEW AGE SIll.. .I.I d . eekly by the New Age Publishing Company. office, 220 South Idaho street. Subs( ription price. )2.00 a year. Six montrh. $1 l1. Three months, 60 cents. invariably in advance. Tele phone 1,62-1. Application mlade for entry at :he postftlei at ilutte as second-class mat fr. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1902. OUR CANDIDATES. WHO ARE FRIENDS TO THE NEGRO? Mr. C. F. Alsolp democratic can didlal for the Iqgislatuti , is well nm n to the citizens of Butte., hav irng nle ngagted in a g:.ner-al brok  tý. Ibusinoesit in this city for near ly fo'lrte-en years, and his fair deal ing,; and honesty has made his suc cess in bllintess. litH i. 45 years old and has never run for any office be fore. He is a native of Iowa. H' left his native state when a your., man and went to Dakota in the ear ly eighties and engaged In newapa per business in the city of Pierre from 1883 to '89, from that place he came tl! Butte and has been asso clated in buslne -s ever since. Hon. M. P. Gilchr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 4 October 1902

J. P. MONDIL-OC CARPENTER Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWgA The WAhiskey of Montana. + ;THE T Trou Laundru o. 0. Will call for and Deliver + that Laundry. +, ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... - +÷ Remember TROY LAUNDRY 'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street Ys3utte loral Co.j . The Leading Decorators and + + Florists of Montana 4I Cut Flowers and Plants Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, 1o7 West Broadway. Green 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. ++++0t++ ++++f4+++4"++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 Si., - Butte 61%U StGd[m DUG WorKs 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Gents' Garments C'eaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New Goods Called for and Delivered. ALBERT BARCL--AY. Telephone 826M. Proprietor. Now ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 4 October 1902

ELLIS ~RfINT 60. 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PHOtiORAP ANIXODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 846-1 BUTTE,............ MONTANA LOCAL NOTES Two rooms for rent, furnished for light house-keeping. 12 North Idaho street. Mrs. Jenkins. Mr. Lucas. of Anaconda, wae in the city last Sunday and visited our Sunday school. There will be a chicken supper at the A. M. E. church next Thursday evening. Come early. We will pay five cents a copy for issues of the New Age of June 13th. We want six copies for our file. Rev. Frank Wilson, chief grand mentor, left Friday morning for Salt Lake, where he goes to set up a lodge of the Knights of Tabor. Mrs. E. Johnson was confined to her room for a few days aest week. She recovered sumciently to attead the dance Wednesday evening. Mrs. Rev. Allen entertailae Mrs. Rev. J. S. Watson and Mrs. Hooper at supper last Monday evening, be fore leaving for ...

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. — 11 October 1902

STHE NE-W AGE SPubltshed Ini the Irutereeta of the Colored ~ePt SVOJL. BU. , MONTANA, SATUIRDAY. OCT. ii, i¶º,2.- Bargins For Men Fancy Shirts, Night Shirts and Necliwear Being ever on the alert to secure rich lie ogod at porfg ures, we have ready to show today some unusually high values In men's most-wanted articles that we secured from the manufacturers at meet advantageous prices. Compare these w ith any you have had or can -e and note the wonderful saving. Night Shirts Worth $1.30 and $2.00 Only $1000 Each A New York manufacturer's sample line of men's One flannelette nightahirts, cut full length and in all sizes; colorings are plain white, white grounds with fsncy col ored stripes, figures and sprays, and sprays and stripes. New Scarfs Values 75c to $1.30 Each, only........................50 Anout 100fine silk imperials, fi owing ends and reversible four-in hands bouf. at a bargain from the maker. Styles are good, so are de. signs and mqsurings, but the price is away off. Orly ...

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. — 11 October 1902

THE NEW AGE _, 1 1I' by the New Age ?,,Tn-m all'. (ffice. 220 Souch t~ii, pi ý 2.,' a year. Six u. ?1 Three months, GO * .1 aial int adv~ance. Tele ao-~ m5viade Ir entry at the - .. ita Itlit?. as second-class to)(r(IIIEH 11, 1902. OCR POSITIIIN IN THIS CAMPAIfIN " !tio is )% announced in XV.\." hate taken stand in !,. .ti th de'mocratic party w,!a~tre 111) eatty to take a ride in t,.,,; or position Stands upon it 11),ilese which ,. ihall endevor to Lw during this great struggle to I - 1 this state ft oor being ruineti h, 11. ton, party wht seeks gain, Vta tntittfiry ofttitt judiciary fot I- p, tonal lutst alti benefit. Thit 1); t.o tie ptiotit It' iltl not endure a ti.Al~t jttditiary atid they will Irisit, h men next November that Ti t nt ht. govertitI I., the dicta toe n tnittitititi lit tite inter cs f hilt 0ixty mitllion dollar cor liltt, lit itt Ilptititing; and fos ititti.g instryttt. Thttie ate virtually Iit tt xiss ues thiat tonfront us in thts itoftaignt. once i. or the pro...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 11 October 1902

r pf oN~hocx; CARENTER An Cin a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The WAhiskey of Montana. THE Irou Laundru Go. Will call for and Deliver that Laundry. ...Ring Up 'Phone 2... Remember TROY LAUNDRY 'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street E+++++ ++4+44H ++++4-+ ++++4+++ Y3utte k1ral Co.i The Leading Decorators and Florists of Montana Cut Flowers and Plants Decorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroorn, 107 West Broadway. Green Houses at Gregson Springs. Telephore 213± A larg. supply of beautiful carnations and rose andI other+ flowets are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention 4+4++ +++++4 f4-H4+++ ++++-++i For a real swell, up-to-date lit of clothes, at very moder e prices, call on Dan Kowske The Fashionable Tailor )5 North Main St., - Butte i1%U 8tcdW Du 'oRKs 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska idies' and Gents' Garments C eaned, Dyed Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New ods C.l1ed for and Delivered. -\LBiERT 1AAICL \Y. Telephone 826M. r Now that the warm days are here, j Drink only -Bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 11 October 1902

ELi~S POINT 60,1 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangers PACIFIC STUDIO PIIOTOGRAPHS3 AND KODAK WORK FLASII LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 845-B IIUTTE .............MONTANA L C L N TSMr . a n d M rs . A . S . W e b b h a v e s roved from 102 South Main to 624 West Galena street. Two rooms for rent, furnished for g light house-keeping. 12 North Idaho street. Mrs. Jenkins. We will pay five cents a copy for issues of the New Age of June 13th. We want six copies for our file. r r Read the New Age and keep posted as to what the colored people are doing in the way of affecting a po- r litical organization. a The New Age can he had at the residence of their correspondent, Mr.r C. H. Wagner. Suhscriptions taken for three months. six months or a year. The Citizens' Coal company, deal ers in Kemmerer, Rock Springs.. Rocky Fork and Trail Creek coal, al so good dry pine and fir wood. We give 2.000 pounds to the ton. No. 4 E...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 18 October 1902

STHE NEW AGE. I Pot 0 o ublish-ed Iin the In~terests of the Colored People .0 .0 VOL. 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATUkDAkY. 4" T "' IIMen's nDep'ti argains for Today some great values in Shirts, Un rwea.r ansd Hoiealry that shrewd buy s will readily appreciate ... Come nd seea~ 3.00 Values for $1.50 io. fine silk strlped cashmere Over halts, beautifully made with all the te imps'.vements, a lot we bought m a manufacturer for very little, nce half the usual price-$'.5o In- * - ed of $3.00. Sires 14 1 to 17. Shirts at $I-Is Men's Underwear A lot of strictly high grade shirts, Fine mercerized silk striped un with *tUf bosoms, in a variety of dershirts and drawers, well made fa.ncy stripes and other effects, and nicely finished; regular $2.50 with two pairs of cuffs to match; garments, for $1.50. values from $1.75 to $2.00, for $15 Men's heavy winter undershirt, each, and drawers, in gray and camel's (Men's Half Hose hair; regular $1.00 quality, for 75c a 's,,tnter weight Merino half hose, garm...

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. — 18 October 1902

THE NEW AGE SHFE DROPPED IT. T lip 'hut'r .uf n .Imltict. a P'arrot and .\ st. %% 1'.' f1o t igure two Wi 'I I (.tl1 ti.-".' I,. Lt-s antI 1 par Ii it ot II1. 1i het 1 Lt",' day- and 1way ti'I iret iv:, htir ii 'rig ruma by the uiia ii ot ail ivrk it awiait the appear rn", ~t f AIr. it. Jigsi. 1t. hinil Bneiift Into possession. of _ ph-rro iily aI short tiue" Ltfore anti had let ii Li jeitit~ the hird lit the living mutua. PIioll t,;it a eery goodl Comnmandi of Italis aiid :itpt-:i s to knowi wheln' biii: to t 'ta* bi ri wivthiut lnoticing it, il lti a-i Polly autiieti at siound site re tt. ,1i, :t lieaiiiful case on tile mni~till Mis. .t.~i-i lt-iiiito her seat -an-I. ( t .o-s g ti0 it-or. took down thme da liit } pt i-of brie a-brute to xa tuin le It.tl lit Li/ti h t t tl tiby tIts leatiSV deciii tialis. titi ht-iiutlit-ii frout just btehindi hueri iriit the shr-ill and stern ctm-in u~ntaii: "itr l' t ! Dt ,It it !" Mrs. A. o t-it tl I ntd turned, with, a F;(r(-:!;u, tri fat- the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 18 October 1902

Jo . lVLON nucxC CARPEI{TER Jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The WAhiskey of Montana. + THE 4j0 PO Laudru GoI e`' Will call for and Deliver that Laundry. 2...Ring Up 'Phone 2... Remember - TROY LAUNDRY S'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street .1 t"+++++ ej. ..?._. 2.« 1.1. 1. 1.:.1.a.l +:.1 . ._ Wjutte >'IraI .z + The Leading Decorators and+FlrssoMnta DCut Flowers and Plants Decorations and Designs a Specialty Gre ossSalesroom, 107 \Vv st Broadway. I Gre ossat Gregson Springs. Telepho::e 213± A large supply of beautiful carnations and roses and other flowers are always carried. All orders receive prompt attention. 4+4 t.+_+++ ++++++.r+++++ +++ 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 Gt t ffor 101 W. Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Gents' Garments C!eaned, Doe Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New Goods Called for and Delivered. -I +ALBERT i3.\CL....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 18 October 1902

FiLIS PflIM1 Go. 11East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint Contracting Painters and Paperhangers P~ACIFIC STUDIO PtlOTOliI. APHS1 AND KODAK WOiRK FLA.SH1 t.It7iri \CtUltK AND PHOTO UTIlTONS. 221 Southi Ar izona Street. PHONE 845-6 BJUTTE.............MONTANA LOCAL NOTES Vote for C. E. Alaop for legisla ture. Set- the new comedy drama "Penn sylvania." Mrs. C. P. Smith was visiting in Anaconda this week. Vote for John L. Templeman, can dlidate for county attorney. Mrs. Sarah Scott was on the sick list this week from the effects of an abscess on the head. The Citizens' Coal company, deal ers in Kemmerer. Rock Springs, Rocky Fork and Trail Cree coal, al so good dry pine and fir wood. We give 21000 pounds to the ton. No. 4 East Broadway. Telephone 538. Miss Gertrude Haynes and Mlr. Jas. Williams were quietly married at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones last Wednesday at high noon. Rev. Jordan Allen officiated at the ceremony. Buy your fuel at Citizen's Coal company, No. 4 East Broadway. All k...

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