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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 24 May 1902

I mil 1 r I NC ef efTHEY r THEY ARE TIPTOP DRESSERS DRESSERSChe the MIlliners Seem to lave the T ral Palm PalmAmong l lAmong 1 1Amonlt Among Their SoxHave Sox SexHave SoxIIalc Have you ever noticed said r rclever a aclever aclever clever woman that very cry salient dlf dlffcrences dlfCcrenccs difrerences fcrences in dress and general appear appearancc nppearlncc nppcaronce once you may observe in the women Ir IrSlffcrent In Inall1erent in9lfferent Slffcrent lines of businessWhat businessWhat business buslnessWhut What has your our eagle eye fallen on otaowV onlOw onsow lOw aowV said her auditor9Ve11 auditor auditorWell auditorVeil 9Ve11 Well the actresses of course are t tclass n nclnss at t class by themselves It Is a part 1nrt 01 01their of oftheir oftheir their business to present a stunning stunnlnjAppearance stunningIPpenrancc stunningappearance Appearance and they set the puce pactGut puceBut puceOut Gut in the ordinary occupations oeeupaUQ 8 It Itwhich In Inwhich Inr r which ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 24 May 1902

r a I JTllETYOROCKFFELLRRS JTllETYOROCKFFELLRRSThe JflBIWOROCKEFEUERS JflBIWOROCKEFEUERSThe H WO C EFW EFWI EFWThe I The r reraona1ltln rioimlltle or America First FiritDllllonalro FirstIrilllonslre I Iit Dllllonalro and llli UI Sons Son SOlir C CHE r it I IIE mode of life of John D DI DRockefeller 1 1 I Rockefeller who Is reputed reputedto T I to be Americas first billion billionaire billionalre billionaire ¬ i aire Is striking In Its simplic simplicity sll11pllcIty slmplicIty ¬ ity Although Iw outdistances King KingMldns KingMldns KingMidas Mldns In his nblllty to turn everything everythingthat cerythlngthat everythingthat that he touches Into gold he Is forced forcedto forcedto forcedto to lire upon the plainest of foods as he heIti h hIs lieis Is a victim to chronic Indigestion This Thisdisease Thisdlsense Thisdisease disease hns worked a weird effect In Inhis Inbls inhis his personal anpearaniv as will be beseen beseen beseen seen by a glance at the portrait on this thispage th...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 31 May 1902

TJIE 1 r W M C 1 M C Fja uYh1C6 k 1Mj s scry cry F FyPyF yPyF r r u 7 7VOL VOL 13 WASHINGTON W D C SATURDAY MAY IA 3t 3t1002 1902 NO 22 s SUMMARY OF OF TilE LATEST LATE NEWS NEWSDomestic NEWS NEWSDomestic EWS EWSDomesllc Domestic DomesticMr DomesllcMr DomesticMr Mr Frank P Sargent head of the theBrotherhood theBrotherhood theBrotherhood Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen is isemoted isJuoted isquoted emoted in St Louis as an authority for a aforthcoming aforthcoming aforthcoming forthcoming order for softcoal soft coal miners minersto miners minersto to go on a sympathy strike strikeAt strikeAt strikeI I At the session of the Brotherhood oi oiLocomotive 01I ofLocomotive I Locomotive Engineers in Norfolk A B BVoungson BYoungson BYoungson Youngson of Cleveland Ohio was re reelected reo reoelected reelected elected assistant grand chief engineer engineerEast engineerEastbound engineerEastbound East Eastbound bound Rocky Mountain limited on onthe onhe onthe the he Rock Island route was w...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 31 May 1902

P l THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN ICiTIZENIWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D GAn c cAn CAn An American tourist In Scotland cites citesa I In n new example of tho American In Invasion Inaslon larasson ¬ vasion aslon showing that what Is usually usuallyconsidered usunllyconshlered usuallyconsidered considered the most thoroughly Scot Scottlsli Scottlsh Scottish tlsli of Scotch organizations the fa famous tamous Camous ¬ mous Black Watch Regiment drills drillsaccording drillsaccoldlng drillsaccording according to West Point tactics is isarmed Isarmed armed with Springfield rifles and Its Itsband Itsband 1taband band wears uniforms cut in InNew New I ew York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity City uses Instruments made In Chi Chicago Chicago ¬ cago and plays Sousas marches marchesThe marchesThe marcbesThe The suggestion Is made that some sonicbroadminded somebroadmlnded somebroadminded broadminded millionaire seeking to tobenefit tobenefit tobenefit benefit modern civilization ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 31 May 1902

h 1 r r I it SUBURBAN ASSOCIATES ASSOCIATESList ASSOCI TIONS TIONSList Ti1IdSList List of Officers OfUC Officers regetller together getlter Wltli WltliTime WIUITime WitiI I Time and Place of fleetingt fleeting fleetingH t 1N H THE ALTER lTER OF THESE TH1 SE ASSOGfATIONS ASSOCIATIONSTHE ASSOGfATIONSTHE ASSOGfATIONSTHE THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALLTHL ALL ALLTHE AllTHE THE PEOPLE OF OFTHESUBURBS OFTHESUBURBSEast THE SUBURBS SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast East End Suburban Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation Association AssociationMooting eld Mooting aro aio held h Iho bo 1st lionday lIon Jlonilny lIonelRY day livening Evenln In hn each month at atIBth at13th atxatll IBth and U Sttooti N E EOFFICERS EOFFICERS Er r OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident President William II Ernest En1esti Vice VicePresident VloePrcRldent VicePresident President Hugh A Kaue Secretary J JAL JM AL 111 Wood Treasurer lre8 urer Aug W Stubener StubencrJSS Stub...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 31 May 1902

m SUBURBAN OITI CITILBJ CITILBJWA5HINGTON I 1 WASHINGTON D C Chuol Cd d huol Jburaa MOW to At lrNt lrNtnMnt4 1n + re + t + of W Wlerident lerident nMnt4 + of the Suburh + 0 of Wa W1IMIIgtOn W1IMIIgtOnP + Aiigton AiigtonPVDLI6HED PVDLI6HED P DLJllnED WE1tKLT WEEKLYBY WEEKLYBYhi DT DTvtI hi vtI Suburban Sutiur 11 CiUteu NewsDRDor Newspa er C Co Coa a 11 woo VOOA BUllReu K Mw MwNo a aNo No 6111mh Street N E EWASRlIGTOI EWABBIIOTOR WASRlIGTOI 10 10OGortlUBWroJlI D 0 0tN tN OGortlUBWroJlI art B1itneu Ba lneu Melt Dns DnskMawemen lae laemlI kMawemen mlI Bc1lnUltIPlala IBeophTtar IBeophTtareten eopl1ra eopl1raIItn IItn 101 PoIte etc Ito to III Scher 1her words wordsfawUer wordspie pie fawUer whereof bet write who wholieU whofeu lieU feu their stories In a war that s will m intUlt intUltMr tnterestaubutbsstrlonds Mr lubur aubutbsstrlonds aubutbsstrlondssunsoalmoa an tr1nd tr1ndt tr1ndItrBICBtnIOK t ItrBICBtnIOK arrest UT5I1en arrestOae dInar per tar able ta ahGDcI s ° ranes ranesAerttsm6 en...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 31 May 1902

ihr 1 ff I THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZENi = i SATURDAY SA1 IJIWAY MAY IAY 31 1002 Inttruotiona Instruction t < Subr Sublcrlbor SublcrlborlolToltThe SubsorlboraPOsrAORThe crlbors crlborsPorno lolToltThe Porno The postage to nl1 till 11 putt of tbt tbtiafted th thfitted thaIted fitted aIted State States and Canada la paid pall by th thfmbllihors the thenbtishorL h hSbl1horl fmbllihorsItettiTTiKoxi fmbllihors nbtishorLBE1f1TTANOta Sbl1horl Sbl1horlnuTTANozlol ItettiTTiKoxi nuTTANozlol ol small mllll euroi lum may IIIAybe be mad madith mde mderith BladeAithoomparatIva AithoomparatIva rith ith comparative lately lu laordlnay ordinary letter letterurns lettenIwn lettersJams Jams Iwn urns ol one dollar or mars must boaont bj bjNglJtered byglatered blngLsteredicttnrorpoatot9ee ngLsteredicttnrorpoatot9ee NglJtered letter or pottoffice pOItom e moaiy mooyordor mooyordorherwise order orderMiierwlse ordorhambo Miierwlse hambo we eannotbereapontlblefofsame eannotbereapontlblefo...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 31 May 1902

ea 4 naAA14w tuNv1GI4 7mmmnWY NEVER see a 1 barrel of apples applesopened applesopened applesopened I opened with the carefully selectedfacers selected selectedfacers selectedtacers facers placed stem up In concen coneentric concentrie COl1centrlc trie circles just beneath the head headwithout heallwUhout beadwithout without thinking thlnl 1111 with somewhat bit bitter bittel bitter ¬ ter amusement of the two seasons seasonsnearly sensoltnenrly sensownearly nearly a 1 score of years cnrs ago whenCousin when whenCousin wheuCousin Cousin Henry Reynolds and I worked workedGrandfather worlcdGrnulUather workedGraudfatber Grandfather Putnams farm on shares sharesWo sharesWo sharesWe Wo had been graduated from the theParkerstowu theparlterstown theParkerstowu Parkerstowu High School the preced preceding 111ecellIng precedlog ¬ ing June and while we looked 1001 el1 for forward Corward forward ¬ ward to a n professional career both of ofus ofus ofus us were short of money As so many manyothe...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 31 May 1902

F i Ii I 1 HOSPITAL SECRETS SECRETSA k A Nurso Says I Peruna Po ru na is a aTonic aTonic aTonic Tonic of Efficiency W AAY W NAWUN r NNL014 1N W NN NNIIICAGO iIUCAGO ILL 427 Monroo StAs StAsJ CIIlCAGO V J far la as I have observed Perona isthe is isthe If Ifthe the finest tonic any an man or woman cnn ute utewho Ufewho usewho who is weal from the after effect effects of anyerioua any anysrious aDV aDVIioUII srious IioUII illness illnessI IllnesIIHwe I IIHwe have seen e n It used in a 1 number or con convalescent conlIlcMcnt convalescent ¬ valescent cases < lilies and have seen several severaloiher sCJeralIher severalo oiher o her tonic tOIlI used but I found that those thosewho thosewhoJ thosewho who used 1cruua had the quickest reliefrfpOtItrta relief reliefFcntna rellcfII II rfpOtItrta Fcntna serins to restore vttaH1 vita H 11 11IlIcleaso flfrcreaso > tt ttIncrease Increase lioilll lolHtJ vigor UOI and rotiew rotiewlicaltk 107OUcaUf retlolu retlolubeaitkrtnrtstlartpth beaitkr...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 31 May 1902

aI < ifli < v lUg SHESncmburySt SHESncmburyStr SHES no now bur bury StPierre St StPierre r Pierre Martinique Martiniquethe artlnlquetho the modern rom romIJcll Pompelf > i pelf It was thelargest the tliot theInrgest t largest town and andthe nndthe andthe the commercial commercialin tr in centre c c n t l e of the tbeFrench theFrench Vfl French West In Indle1 Ini V dies being well wellbuilt wellbuilt wellbuilt i built and prosper prosperous prosperous prosperous ous Its popula populationwas population populatlon ¬ tionwas tion was nboutnS about 3 000 The city was ns divided Into two twoparts tl twoparts > O Oparis parts known as the upper and thelower the thelower tllelower lower towns The lower town tow was ns CUUDUI WCIH UL I > UUUII ILUr l5 lWCU lWCUtytwo tytwo provision dealers twentysix twentysixrum twentslxrum twentyslxrum rum manufacturers eleven colonial colonialproduce colonialproduce < olonlnlproehlce produce merchants four brokers and andtwo In1two andtw...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 7 June 1902

i i I t > a a + n Itl r e VOL 13 WASHINGTON WASIIIIK GTON + TON D ft C S SATURDAY TUlWAY JUNE 7 71902 7190 1902 NO 2 3 J FRENZIED MOB MOBFIGHT MOBFI6UT t FIGHT THE POLICE POLICEA FOLIC FOLICA B A Day of Tumult and Rioting in the theStreets theStreets IL ILStreets Ie e Streets of Chicago ChicagoA A HUNDRED PERSONS WERE INJURED INJUREDTbe INJUREDtile INJUREThe D tile Attempt ot o the Meat leal Packers PackersSend to toScad 10Send 0 Send Out Their Wagons Von la a Carl Caravan CarlVIID Car Carvsa a I ¬ van Under Police Protection Gives Rise Riseto RI RIto se e to Some c cf the be Fiercest Battles Since Slacetbe Sincetbe Sla Slathe Ce e tbe Beginning of the Slrlke StrikeChicago SlrlkeChicago SlrlkeChicago Chicago Special SpecialDriven Driven by me mecovered men mencovered mencovered n covered with dust and blood many manythem of ofthem ofthem if them barely barel able from exhaustion to tohold tohold t thold o F hold the reins in their hands 36 meat meatwagons moatwagons me at It wago...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 7 June 1902

+ f f n TIlE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENWASfflNGTON OITIZENWASHINGTON I WASHINGTON D De C CThe c CThe I IThe The assessed value alue of personal prop prop proprty proparty j jcrty arty rty in Hartford the capital of Con Connecticut Connecticut ¬ I necticut is 20000000 as against 9 I 000000 in Albany the capital of NewYork New NewYork NewYork York 14000000 In Columbus the thecapital thecapital thecapital capital of Ohio and 18000000 in St StPaul Stn StPaul I PaulA Paul PaulA n ul ulA A speaker told toe Society of Engi Engineers Engineers Engiveers ¬ neers in Boston the other day that tbatmore thatmore thatmore more persons ride in the elevators In InNew InNew InNew New York buildings every day than thanare thannro thanare are carried in the same time on the thoelectric theelectrIc theelectric electric and elevated railroads of the tbecity thecity thecity city Some office elevators he said saidcarry salt1carry saidcarry carry 10000 passengers dally dallyOne dallyOne dallyOne One or tile ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 7 June 1902

1 iOi iOiJ J u SUBURBAN ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSList ASSO CIA TION8 TION8List List of Officers Yogethor Will WillTime WithTime WltiTime Time and Place of fleeting fleetingN IN N THE kLTER MJEROF OF THESE ASSO61ATIONTHE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONTHE ASSO 1ATIDHS 1ATIDHSTHE THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALL ALLTHE ALLTHE ALLTHl THE PEOPLE OF THE SUBURBS SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast East End Suburban Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation Association AssociationMeetlnci Meetings are held the tit lt Man Mantiny 1If0nRY Monday tiny RY Kvanlnc I In rnoli 1I01a month at atIBtU attlUh at16th IBtU and U Street troete N K KOFFICERS EOFFICERS F FOFFICERS OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPtrsldent OFFICERSPresident President Wllllmn H Ernest Vice VicePrcitldent VloePrc VicePresident President Prc ldeut Hugh A Kane Secretory JLL J JM JM M LL Wood Voodj Treasurer 1reu llror Aug W Stubener StubenerJSQTfutal Stubonorn6jItitlll Stubener4Tbtal JSQTfutal 4Tbtal members...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 7 June 1902

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Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 7 June 1902

< F THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZENSATURDAY = 1 02 SATURDAY JUNE Jl1NE7 7 1P02 r Instruction t 1 Sub Subscribers SullcrlberIoruoxThe SubscribersPorAoxThe orlbar orlbarForriOK ForriOK IoruoxThe Tb posthge to all pirtaof thkltod th the thefalted ttna1Gd falted kltod States and Canada la a paJA by tin tinbltihers thebillber th thrblirhara rblirhara rblirharaAsalulcae bltihers bltihersBKMITTIXCXI billber11tIUTTUICI BKMITTIXCXI of small Bums may bq mad madth made madestb madpith pith stb th comparative 00 safety ufetrln In ordinary ordfzm y letteramt letter letterjntof lettermI amt jntof mI of on one dollar or morenmHbesom more mut beeont by byNgtitered brIIsred b bIygUtered Ngtitered IIsred lettrsr letter or postofflce money mon yorderl yorderlltUIenrlse order orderMhervrlso orderNberwlse Mhervrlso we Mvunotberespontlbletoqeama MvunotberespontlbletoqeamaCBAKOK ennnot bertl8pollllblefo bereq onslble fogsame fogsameOasxair same sameOIUIIOIt CBAKOK or P ABDH...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 7 June 1902

< l t I 7 T SWEETANDTWENTY Sweetand SweetandTwcnly Twenly would you ou thins Such a dream of white and pink pinkn Can n IM be Minirht caught liv by nim pen and inlc inlcSo ink inkSo in inSo So completely Here you 011 are a bud in May Iay True to life in every way WI1 WI1AI3Y Always glad glad and always shwa s gay gayi i smiling sweetly sweetlyDainty aweetlyDainty sweetlyDainty Dainty young younc aristocrat aristocratTell arIstocratTell aristocratTell Tell me wont won t you under that thatCaptivating tha thaCapth3t1ng thatCaptivating Captivating picture hat hatHow hatHo hatHow How Ho to win youTell you youTell youTell Tell me how shall Cupid make makeYou makeYou matteYou You a captive for my sake ealceWhat slleWhat sakeWhat What must be his hl word to wake wjikei wakeLove Oke OkeLove i Love within wi thin you ou ECIL WILCESTER he proflounced pro proron prow w cs flounced It Wllster was wassometbing something of a joke 1u Clmar Clmarran Cimarron ron Valley where he had set setup se...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 7 June 1902

ti1NN I Gray jrauri rjrauri jrauriair J Hair HairII f r air airI II I have used Ayers Hair H air Vigor Vigorfor Vigorfor Vigorfor for over thirty years ft has kept keptmy keptmy keptmy my scalp free from dandruff and andhas andhas andhas has prevented my hair from turning turn turnIng turnIng Ing gray grayMrs Mrs F A Soule SouleThere SouleBillings SouleBillings Billings Mont MontThere MontThere There is this peculiar peculiarthing peculiarthing peculiarthing thing about Ayers Hair HairVigor HairVigorit HairVigorit Vigor Vigorit it is a hair food foodnot foodnot foodnot not a dye Your hair does doesnot doesnot doesnot not suddenly turn black blacklook blacklook blacklook look dead and lifeless lifelessButgradually lifelessut lifelessButgraduailythe Butgradually Butgraduailythe ut gradually the old color colorcomes colorcomes colorcomes comes back backall all the rich richdark richdark richdark dark color it used to have haveThe haveThe haveThe The hair hairstops stops falling too too...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 7 June 1902

U Iii THE CATASTROPHE CATASTROPHEON CA CATASTKO T AsTR PHE1 PHE1ON 1 1J J ON ST VINCENT VINCENTCharacteristics Fred A Ober Oberf OberChatacterlsUcs 4 4Characteristics f Characteristics of the th Carlbs the Native NativeRace NativeRace NativoRace Race Practically Exterminated by the Eruption Eruptionof r of La Soixfricrc AIUBS us a race raceL rucehaYe racehave have ceased to ex oxt exist e e1st ¬ t L 1st They perished perishedduring IJerlshll1during perlshedduring during the recent recentolennle recantvolcni 1 volcni volcanic lc eruption eruptionf f on St Vincent Vincentwhich YlncentWbleh Vincentj I 1 j which among all allthe allthe alled ir the th ed e Islands of the theOnribbccs theOar i Onribbccs Oar CarIbbeeSC Ib b c e s is isunique Isunique isf f unique In natural naturalwonders naturalWonders naturalwonders wonders and beau beautics benutIes beaut t tIes It is corn cornposed comIJosed comp compposed posed largely of a nsingle asIngle asingle single peak rising risingfrom llslng...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 14 June 1902

TilE oa oap p r rT T y I I i1 L 4 E = r VOL VOl13 13 WASIID WASHINGTON W ASiliNGTON GTON D c SATUn SATURDAY AY J JUNE NE U 1902 NO NO2 24 SUMMARY OF THE LATEST NEWS NEWSDomestic NEWSDomestic NEWSDomes Domes DomesticAt Domestic DomesticAt ally allyAt At Harrisburg Pa Judge Penny Pennypacker Pennyacker Pennytacker packer acker was nominated for Governor by bydie b bihe by byIhe ihe Republican State Convention on th thirst the theirst theirst irst ballot The vote Pennypacker Pennypackeito6 PennypackertOO to6 Elkin 153 The customary mo moion moion moSon ion to make the nomination unahimou unahimouvas unanimous unanimousvas unahimouvas vas omitted Lewis name was with withIrawn withIrawn withIrawn Irawn and William M Brown of Law Lawence Lawence Lawence ence county was nominated for or licit licitcnant lietienant liettenant enant Governor by acclamation Major MajoBrown Majorarown Majoi3rotvn Brown of Erie was nominated for Sec Secctary Secetary Secctary ctary of Internal Affairs by acclam...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 14 June 1902

pr ET L iI T rm F J JI t I r IE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENEASfflNGTON OITIZENWASHINGTON ITIZENI ITIZENIWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CA C CI CA CI I I A now mechanical genius Ins ap appeared npparcd appared ¬ pared in Chicago who claims to bare bareevolved havoCTOlvcd ba13volved evolved a horseless dustless street streetsweeper streetBweeper streetsweeper sweeper The machine w e1iiuo Is to be run runby runby runby by a gasoline motor and h be ue says sa s that thata a system of fans which hlch operate with withsuction withsuction withsuction suction tubes will III take up all the thedust thedust thedust dust dustf dustThe f The craze for pingpong i our old oldfriend oill oillfriend oWfriend friend table tennis under und l a new name nameseems nameIeems nameseems seems to Lave come to stay The new newsame nawDame newname same was patented and that Is the thereason thereason thereason reason why hy you get a box markedTable marked markedTable markedTabl Table Tabl Tennis when hcn you ask yo...

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