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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 25 October 1902

.f .rý.ý . Published In the Interests of the Colore People .- - .- --ý __ __ - 1.BUTTEMONT.1N\__:1''lAtIh:11y _,º _ ,,,. t'2-~ - __- _ - Boys' Overcoats Reefers Suits end Other Garments Shown on Hennessy's Sccond Floor Boys' R~eefers Weil made of meltons, Cheviete, friezse, kernels and dPiudhilliws, several wtyles, with storm 'and netch. ed eellars. bex frotC M 1**d, vel vtt collars. NobbT *titg storm scab for little fellows. Color. ox font, ruy781 red, batk sad -ede prices, $2.1. to $7.b9 each. Youths' Suits la*iths' long paSi suits, 'made of Jai~wool cassimere, do metkum and dark stripes sal miituiwm., with -remnd cut slawia-breafited coat., lined with serge. well 'tailored and perfect fitting. Btses 14 to 19 years. Price, $6.95 a sal Youths' Overcoats All-wool Irit* frieze overcoats, winter weight, medium length. dosw ble-breasted, with fly front, stitched cuffs, heavy mercerized linings. Stylish coats in oxford and biae;. Sizes for yontlu of 14 to 18 years. ideal garments J~r 'w...

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. — 25 October 1902

THE NEW AGE 1 I ide 1402,l at Butte, \.. "it i las rtat'er ufl ntti ngv. -- of Mareh 3. ,"I.1* iv the New Age 1J2 : ttý. .t " -l',2 ut it.i impr'~. s2.00) a year. Six nuI $ fl 1. Three months. C') aria iy in adv~ance. Tele are; t.radeii fer entry z the at Buttte a3 second-class SATt'RDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1902. A %stlou'a I/tenfe.. One of' the younger poe'ts of England has written: Get ye the sons your fathers got, And God wiU save tl..r queen. The idlet of these' I m's comnes out grslhtieaiiy in a story told by Mr. Harry de Windt in his Is~ok, "Finland as It Is."* Years aigo an Euglintauman made the acquaintance of a I'luioda schoolmas ter In the town of Oulu. The traveler expressed surprise that Russia should have allowed Finland to keep her cur rency. "Russia datre not take It from ua!' was the reply. "Dare not! Why, you could not fight Russia "Oh, yes, t*e could. We make guns, and vecry big guns, right beres in Oulu. We have an important foundry. Do you care to see it?" The Englishma...

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. — 25 October 1902

J. P. 1VtOI4DbOCIc CARPEI'4TER jobbing, Cabinet and Office Fixtures a Specilaty. 216 WEST BROADWAY The Whiskey or Montana. '++++~+++++++4 1++++4+++++++ f THE jTrou.Ldun~ru Go. Will call for and Deliver + that Laundry. + ...Ring Up 'Phone 2.... +1 4 Remember+ TROY LAUNDRY + 'Phone 2. 232 South Main Street u+++'4 e11 ora o.p£+g + The Leading Decorators and 4 + + Florists of Montana ~i. + Cut Flowers and Plants"" SDecorations and Designs a Specialty Salesroom, 107 West Broadway. reen 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 suit of clothes, at very moder ate prices, call on Dan Kowske The Fashionable Tailor 305 North Main St., - Butte GItV toaw DUG WorKs IOIýW.'Granite St., Cor. Alaska Ladies' and Gents' Garments C'ean,~d De Pressed and Repaired, Equal to New GOOds Called for and Delivered. j ~ALBERT BARCLAY. Telephone 8z6M. Propnietor...

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. — 25 October 1902

[LLIS PflINT 60. 17 East Quartz Wall Paper, Paint and Glass Contracting Painters and Paperhangei-5 PACIFIC STUDIO PHOTOGRAPJHS AND KODAK WORK FLASH LIGHT WORK AND PHOTO BUTTONS. 221 South Arizona Street. PHONE 845-S BUTTE,...... MONTANA LOCAL NOTES Mrs. E. J. Brown has been con fined to her bed this week. Mr. Jas. Collins was confined to his room for two days last week. Subscribe for the New Age, the leading race journal of the inter mountain region. Mr. Chas. Campbell of Ogden, IUtah, is in the city this week with a view of locating. Mrs. Ella Alien ha. been indis posed this week. We wish for her a speedy recovery. For Rent-Three furnished rooms for light houseeeping, 1231 W. Graq. ite. Mrs. H. Johnson. There will be a grand democratic rally Wednesday night at the Col ored D~emocratic club on Hamilton street. Members and candidates sre l requested to attend. Mr. John C. Alien, the genial sec ret~ary of the colored demnocretic !! club, we. unable to be at his poe d last Saturday fro...

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. — 15 November 1902

THE NEW AGE. 00 so so to Publshed in the Interests of the Colored People to s VOL. 1. BUTTE. MONTANA. SATUlIIDAY. NoV 14 19, 9 • - '* .. . "0. Green Ticket Sale At Hennessy's BIG BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Men's Shirts Furnishing Department On Main Floor S ONLY 25c EACH Men's black cotton working shirts with white stripes, in all sizes; also men's black sateen shirts, cut full length and well made, values up to 75c. Sale price only 25c each. Men's Shirts Men's Shirts White dress shirts, Garland and Blue flannel overshirts; $1.50 other brands, with cushion neck values, for 85c. nd other mprovement. Men's blue flannel overshlrts, dou bands frand other improvementsch, or ble breasted, cut full sise, with pearl Values from 75c to $1.00 eah, for buttons. Values up to $2.00 for $1.00 35c. each. Men's fancy soft bosomed shirts Fancy silk striped cashmere flan with laundered hbands, choice designs, nel overshirts, extra well made. worn with white collars. Regular Values up to $3.00 each...

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. — 15 November 1902

THE N EW AGE iEntr 1r I 0, to.,.r 2 1902. at Butte, \I,,;it - ., ,nl- la.s matter un ,I n , , ,mIrI.-s of March 3. I h ull - lI \ ;.. h. I,' ! N'w Age P m n South S~,ll itiIn p ~1'. . 1 ý 1 ar. Six II-1,110 -h $|.101. T hi ,'r li inths. CO w . riahly in aitanlce. Tele ih,, '2 . \~1r n n, , l ryI' at the ,,> ifli, ;l t I ll a s on1- 1. class. l a tl t i. .\ "I'TI SIIl \ Y. NOV. 1 1942. at tlhe Silver Itow l.iterary society tlt-t Mondaiy evnilng. The subject, F. which arouwll no little degree of en- it t1sliia -i, wais. which i. or would 'e ht the greatest alvalltagi to negro- I t:11;l ation or Wealth " The slubject was freely distuise,d ol Iboth sides . a; l i naIi iti liniil e points brought hi It itith,.r hsubjec't is one of great P nhi ttlane"'. W hile thIe ,tegro has a lair ;rating frontt an educational .tr nlllloi tll. it is cla l q tilon in our (i n 1 s a. to whether the y sho'tl tl ,' nl,",, their inrsuiti solely to edu- in (cati ol . o)r tIIII th i lattenlltion to Si th...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 15 November 1902

HER MAJESTY By Zoe A. Hatchliags Copyright. 101. by Z. A. stuhtgcbi The prime minister mopped his fore. head and the duchess dried her eyes. They Just bun IthrUush a turyig ordeal with her majesty the qneen. who "would not marry the Duke Rel par and wouldl not marry the Prince Corray, state reasons or no state rea. sns"' The minister and the duchess, the young lueen's mother, had yielded and had rs lt her highness, triumphant, into the garden to make her proposal to her favored subject, the Earl of 0orwood. Queen Marie wandered along the gar den paths until she espied Lord Nor wood, and then she began plucking ross In emlbarrassment at his ap proach. •All. my queen!" he said, bending his knee and presailng her hand to his lips. Y'rou will hurt these tender hands with the cruel thorns. I shall break the roses for yoel. "I hv.e to tell you something." she said. with averted eyes. 'I)o you really care'? Have they con sented? Oh, my queen. I never dared hope" *'Consented to what, pray?'...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 15 November 1902

LOCAL NOTES lMr: M. I. DTai is was on the sick 'h-t last w ,k. Subs, ribe f,,r the New Age, the t.adling raE 4 Jo rntial of the inter mou1ntain reigion. __ For Itnttt -Three furnished rooms fr" light holse.eping, 1231 W. Grat. ite. Mrs. II. Johnson. Th, ('itizens" Coal company, deal ,I s in Kinmmerer. Rock Springs, Rot, ky Fork and Trail Cree coal, al to gtstd dry pine and fir wood. We it\e "2(I)EIE pouTlnds to the ton. No. 4 E-rot !lroadway. Telephone 538. The ladies of the Eeastern Star uhaptter ga\t, a ball la:t week, which was well attended despite the many political meetings that were taking place on the saume evening, it was a succeess socially as well as financial. Iy. Wantedl - Colored cotton field hands to grow cotton In west Africa. Comfortable homes and just treat mnent gtuaranteed. I)eserving appli cants please write to New Cotton Fields Limited. 43 Devonshire Cham ,trs. Ilishopsgatestreet, London, England. The New Age received in its list of mail, last Thursday, a han...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 22 November 1902

THE NEW AGE. . tL Publiehed in the Interests of the Colored People 1 BUTTE, MONTANA, SATUIRDAY. NOV. 22, 1902. No. 24. On Hennessy's Second Floor We Have On Hand A large assertment of women's gar ments for winter wear, and it does not need a Judge of values to decide that these goods are acolde rably under priced. lay of these garments are marked down to half price, simply be caus we have too much monesy tied up P in this big store. Womne's Winter Cets Women's Winter Costs 5$.6 Values for $4.25 59p.o Values for $4.75 27-inch black kersey coats, bo 27-inch kersey cots in black and front half tlfhtldh*> ba; good castor, box front, halit tlght-fitting winter weight and servlceable; sluses back, satin lnings, warm and serv 36 to 44 inches. $8.50 values for $4.25. eable; all sies. $9.50 values for $4.75. Women's Winter Coats isles' Winter Coats s3.go Values for $as $s6.sg Values for S$o.75 Kersey cloth Monte Caro eats, Monte Carlo coats of all wool ker Inverted plait back, velvet coll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 22 November 1902

THE NEW AGE I It Ish( i 1 «,. h hi the New Age I',llishing (' mpany, ,ffi r. 220 South 1Ilah~ ptroP Su[l,( iptlin pri 4. 2 )00 a )ear. Six rm.th $1 .l1 Thret months, c0 S:it- inlariably in advance. Tele Ent, t Oc)totbr 2. 1902, at Butte, mt . a.s ~ronld-( la.s matter un d1: ;t t of congress of March 3, SATIIRI)AY. NOV. 22, 1902. SoIl loake Deiofl1ei Lionel, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Young. has the mumps. Mr. Josh Durham is very sick. He is stopping with Mrs. Thompson. residence 414 State street Mr. Thomas Tram has been con fined to his room fo. several days. We should not forget our sick. We are glad to announce that Miss Edith William Is improving slowly. Rev. J. W. Washington has been hindered in his work on account of sickness. Glad to say he is better at this writing. Mr. Bogan and Mr. J. G. Smith have opened a first-class cafe on Commercial avenue, and are said to give any kind of service. So give them a trial. When the Salary club gives an entertainment you are shure of a ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 22 November 1902

THE OREAT OPERA HOUSE HOLDUP By J. P. OOUGesLAX t'p1rfgA, too. b A. S. Richard m The oaktree Opera House war un umeuilly crowe, xucvy l of ak tree are a dr-ama loving community, and the Watson-Duval Double Star combination was giving "Han:!et." The manager estimated that there was at least F'." in the house, his prosale way of sunsming up the value of the audience from the box olce point uof view. Thcre was a good deal more than $-I-M in the house from the prac tical financial view of Gentleman George, known in the adjacent moun taln.P where he made his headquar ters, as the leader of the Red Caps. Gentleman George had a reputation that branched out into several of the adjoining states. His methods of brig andage were more novel than the un originality of his sobriquet would lead you to believe; but, then, he was not respotalble for the adjective. t(.ntleman George visited Oaktree occaionally, but a discreet population relfut d to recognise him. and the an thorbittes were onvenient...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 22 November 1902

LOCAL NOTES %\r. I f llltt was sic.k for a fIe .* s tli. \ k. M1I- \1 1: I,.l' was on the sick li f'rnil, I' ar t of Pt oatellol i lt l ity Sat ru'ay. Iof '; iaro~l sil was on the - ,t 'oli ;, ." ,- l this week. iIil. I froim the , ffects of (cohl li. 1,:ii;anit chf at the (;regs.on " i. n - of.- t,' was inl the city thl., it-l\ rihi for the New Age, the 'aiding rac( joulrnal of the inter lioluntaiu rtc ioln . ?Iirs. IT, '.i  Miller has moved :rnim 5,7 Maryland avenue to 728 o,,lth Wa:shington. For Rent--Three furnished rooms for light hous.epeping, 1231 W. Gral. itc. Mrs. Ht. Johnson. The editor spent two days in Ana Gonda this week looking for new sliscrihbrs for the .Age. Mr. Ed. Baxter. Mr. Chas. Backel fo rd. of Odger:. are in the city this week. with a view of locating. They ale hotel men by profesaion. There will be a big Thanksgiving dinner at the A. M. E. church; so you may commence fasting now, so you can do justice. Turkey heads the list on the bill of fare in add...

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 December 1902

THE NEW AGiE. .0~~. so6 s ublIt.1d fIn the Inuterests of the Colored lPeople so 60so0 Vol. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATL'IDAY. DEC. 6, 19012. _No. 25. Shirt Bargains -in Men's Furnishing Dept. Wilson Bros.' $1.50 and $1.75 Shirts ONLY 65c EACH Here are boo of Wilson Bros.' shirts, made of fancy percale and madras cloths in a wonderfully rich assortment of styles, fancy stripes and figures, in all the best colorings. r-jBscause Wilson Bros.' shirts have a wide world reputation some dealers are palming off and advertising inferior shirts as Wilson Br...' We have the genuine-every shirt bears their label. We have all sizes, from 34 to .8 inches, and two pairs of cuffs go with each shirt. The best at ilennessy's. Regular Su.go and St3.75 shirts for Ggc. Come and see. M nsW r ngS it Me' HatH s'Black sateen overahirts, cut full Seamless half hose in mixed blue mis. sal well made; 75 ceent values, and brown; good working socks, Only 26c each, worth 8c. Goin~g 2 pairs for Sc. Men's fancy plaid worki...

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 December 1902

THE NEW AGEI I~ ~ ~ ~ ~~' I.- %Iyt. e ge 1:1!i:-l:fg (J.nrralI ~tP l. . 220 South Ilablo 5! jet. Sublsi iptlij ri In o 00u a year. Six i nt ><11 1 Thn mots r:j crt- . ariabty in alt ance. Tele I:ntt ni (I titer 2. 1902, at Butte Miit .a; ...andn-c a.,s matier un di~r act ofS iingii, of March 3,; 1879J. SATURDIAY. I)ECLMIIERFR 6. 1902. THE GIRLS OF KASHMIR. Why They Are lte am Demutiful as They ((see Were. The girls (of Kashuiur In, former times were sold aud (-jri ii a way to the I'unjab, in ludia. Thcy coumnanded a large price, and lairt ;itIn mioderute circumistanlces for celurines past have beo in tihe babit of p..rtlng with their diughters to place theuuaelves in easier circumstances, and iii- daughters have generally been quite willing to escape from a life of pen.Iry and labor to one of opulence and ease. A laboring man in ihis part of India cannot earn over $2 or $3 a mouth. while many receive for their daughters as high am $1,000. There are some cases where $5,000 was ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 6 December 1902

A GREAT ART. Rarec Abllty t" 3.10.4 EsemSta giceeuViT Heeds. ManY ment mistakenly think that be. u,. thy work bard snd try hard2 ry wavt evciitailly succeed to some tit ibs does not follow. Some a carry on great enterprises with le apparen~~t effort. Their success Is e to Skl ~~t~ f~~tesec .e healds. Many a business man breaks down jng to supplement the work of In mpetent beads of departments um-n because he does not know how to oose the right men. A man of rum 0dlag abillity does not worry him If over details. He makes out his gramme~~ and then selects men who n carry it out to the letter. Indeed Is a sign of weakness for the head a concern to bother about little do lls. It shows that he lacks the in bt. the business Sagacity, the abill ,to select and to manage men who n do things efficiently. Many beads of large concerns spend le time in their offces. They travel remain at home, hut the business on like clockwork simply becauss y know how to select men who can Ideatly do the work ...

Publication Title: New Age, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 6 December 1902

LOCAL NOTES -' " f' r th'e Ne!w Age. th': :"adr.ra rr~a1 of the- ins, r *'! M1r Itr, - . ri (lha~ar, r'ar. - i.5 'fl'* lat' ,, ? r.t .a~onda, waa. ar. ar,: 1,ad dinner A:?h ~r'?.".r Mfr R''rt FrintTr- furnished rr.$tms *us...' --Ping. 1231 W. (iraf \l- If .Johnson. xv', .. ,,:-I !, tJdase-d to have a ,,a-ions liv from our (orr(=- 'r,'l' r.r in ill-1-na and Gre-at Fal>s. .Arr,,,ni ri'" visitors to our city this s'.,-k waa Mlr. F'-rgrzson. of Anaron ia If,- , am,- over Saturday and .,on h.ladngtaogtevs. whil," here Mfr. Ferguson paid 'ir fashionahl'- dressmaker a r~ail. H'- has known th." family for some v-ar' H,- r'-turnced Surnday- morn ine to th'- smc"lter city. Mr and M a. John F. Davis enter tained a rw friends at a dinner par ty on Thanksgiving night. The gtl'sts were Mrs. Freeman of An aronda. Mrs. J1. 0. Scott. Mrs. F. Lewis, Mrs. A. Birthwright. Mrs. I.. J'-nkints. Miss Signora Scott. Mr. AI fred Davis. Mfr. Milton Pearl, Mr. Frank Pearl. Quite a nice turkey dinner was set...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 13 December 1902

THE NEW AGE. -- ---- 1 , A t o,,Publlhed In the Interette of the Colored People 0 so o VOL. 1. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY. DEC. 18, 1902. No. 26. A~1 --- C-, i IK SeveralLines Marked Very Low E are selling agents for the Montana Blankets made in B Timber, entirely from wool and that of the purest quality. Prices from $4.25 to $6.00 pair. We consider these $4.25 Blankets better than any eastern make at $5.50 to $7.00 and the $6.00 Montana superior to those we sell at $9.00 or $10.00 a pair. Come and see them. Blanket Bargains Blanket Bargalns 114 mixed wool and cotton blan- 10-4 "Hiawatha" blankets, strictly kets, full to size, feecy and of good all wool, warp and filling, cheap at value for $1.85; sale price $1.00. $3.25; sale price $2.25 pair. 10-4 "Avon" blankets, mostly wool, 11-4 "North Star" blankets, high with pretty pink border, good values grade, good value for $7.00; sale for $2.75; sale price $1.756 pair. price, only $3.75 pair. Big Bargains in Comforts Warm comforts for sin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 13 December 1902

WORLD' NEWS SUMMARY CULLED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National Historical Political and Personal Events Tersely Expounded. The t(o iaper mills at Oregon City hae\ ionIpleted arrangements for the e of  rude oil as fuel. lid ('arter of Brooklyn recently knocked lout l'eter Maher in the sec ind round of what was scheduled to I,e a six rotund lout. Itarry Johnston, the actor, who mur dreid Kate Ilassett, a member of the Keiith Theater Stock company recently in I'hiladelphla, and shot himself, is di ing. The London house of commons pass ed the education bill by 236 votes to 132. Premier Balfour appealed to the public spirit of all classes to do their best to insure the working of the bill. Julian Ralph, the well known news paper man, war correspondent and au thor, is critically ill at St. Louis, Mo., luorn the effects of a sudden and vio lent hemorrhage. His physician states that a repetition of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 13 December 1902

SISTERS OF CHARITY Use Pe-ru-na for Coughs, Colds, Grip and Ca tarrh--A Congressman's Letter. / In every country of the civilized by Dr. Hartman. world Sisters of Charity are known. The following letter is from Cas. Not only do they minister to the spir- greesman Meekison, of Napoleon, Ohio: itual and intellectual needs of the The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, charges committed to their care, but Ohio: they also minister to their bodily Gentlemen: "I m--s. have used several With so many children to take care bottles of Peruns .of and to protect from climate and dia- and feel greatly se, these wise and prudentSisters benefitted thereby have found Perun, a never failing from my atrrh of sfeguard. the head, and feel Dr Hartman receives many letters encouraged to be from Catholic Sisters from all over the tiued e will ful. ts on-o United States. A recommend recently ly eradicate disease of thirty years' received from a Catholic institution in standina."-Da sid M oftrt e Detroit, Mich.,...

Publication Title: New Age, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New age. — 13 December 1902

THE NEW AGE t'ublishj.d we--kt:" by the New Age Publishing C('inpay. offlie. 220 South liaho stre t. Subscription prl. e. $2.00 a year. Six months $1 1,. Three months, Go cents ijr.arlably in advance. Tele phone SK2-B Entered Octob-r 2, 1902, at Butte, Mont. as second-claas matter un der act of congress of March 3, 1879. SATURDAY, DEGEMBER 13, 1902. LOCAL NOTES Subscribe for the New Age, the leading race journal of the inter mountain region. .Mi. M. Williams, who has been Il'irtg in the old church building, has rroved to Mrs. Jenkins' of North ihlaho street. M.. Sell Reeves and family are rnow dmiclled at their new home, oliter Platinum and Idaho streets. Mr. Lee phillips, the famous cat I~er. of O'Possum fame, who has I,eern indisposed for several weeks. we are glad to state, Is convalescent. For Rent-Three furnished rooms for light bouseeeplng, 1231 W. Oral Ite, Mrs. H. Johnson. A jolly crowd, consisting of ladies and two gentlemen went out to Port Harrison and engaged in the fant...

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