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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 23 August 1902

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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. — 23 August 1902

vf rn i i 1 THE SUBURBAN ICiTIZENWASHlNGTQN CITIZEN CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENao CITIZENaWASHINGTON o WASHINGTON D Cshat C Cihat C Clhat ihat a young society girl needs needsfOOOO neear needp10o0 fOOOO r > ooo a year may be one reason why whymarriage whymarrIage whymarriage marriage Is sometime o a I allure failureMany Many years ago a o n wood turner vlth wltbUmc wHbtime vlthtime time to spare on his bands turned from froma a common corncob a pipe Two years yearsago yearngo yearsago ago he died n rich man From this this In Incldent IncIdent Incident cIdent the manufacture of corncob corncobpipes corncobpipes corncobpipes pipes has increased until today on onhouse one onehouse house turns out 17000000 annually annuallyAlaska nnnuallyAlaska annuallyAlaska Alaska was not regarded as a promising promis promising promlsIng ¬ ing field tot agricultural pursuits untilthe until untilthe unt untthe the Agricultural Department at Wash Washington WnshIngton NashIngton ¬ ington undertook Its...

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. — 23 August 1902

WOMEN RANCHERS IN NEBRASKA NEBRASKASuccess NEBRASKASuccus NEBRASKASUOCeae Success of Two Orphan Olrls fllrl Rlrlsln In Alnuuclng AlnuuclngTheir 1laul1lllIlTheir AfauaahtgTheir Their Own Section SectionTwo Section1wo SectionTwo Two Pennsylvania girls who went to toNebraska toNeblaslm toNebraska Nebraska ns children lost their parents parentsby parcntsby parentsby by death and then after u precarious precariousexistence pIocnrlousexistence precariousexistence existence spent In trying to teach teachschool teachschool teachschool school determined to turn farmers farmersMiss farmenaMiss farmersMiss Miss Llbble Scott and Miss Allle MlleFish AllleFish AllieFish Fish now own tho best ranch In Blame BlnlucCounty BlnlneCounty BlameCounty County Nebraska In nn interview interviewthey Interrlewthey interviewthey they are reported as saying sayingAfter snIJlgArter sayingAfter After carefully thinking the matter matterover mattert t over wp we determined that school teach teaching teachIng teac...

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. — 23 August 1902

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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. — 23 August 1902

I 1 1HK SUBURBAN uOEUHB N CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZENSATURDAY l SATURDAY AUGUST ACGUSI26 s 23 1P02 notion Instructions t Subscriber SubcrlbPOllrloltThe SubsorlhersPeeTAaxThe SubscriberPOBTios POBTios POllrloltThe The postug to all partsot th thfmlted the thefatted he helted fatted lted States and Canada 1 ta pal < by tin tinmbllihen th thbUlhera Weebitshers mbllihen mbllihenKtxmiHcxi ebitshers1fDlTANCEe bUlheraILXJTTA1 KtxmiHcxi ILXJTTA1 < CSI o 01 small an1 l1 sums may be mad madith made madenth maderfth nth ith comparative oomparuu lve safety lu ordinary ordlnl > letter letterlorn lettollIII1a lettora lettorafume lorn fume of one dollar or more must beieni br brglatered byngletered or orrtrtttered rtrtttered lett letter r or poet poutoffice P08totneomoll offico mom mom y order orderHherwlse i Mherwlse wo cannot 1jno b be responsible rea ponilble Jor came cameCiuxaE nameCRA1taE lame08A1 08A1 CiuxaE < 01l or ADDKHS ADDBzIISubaerloera Subscriber wishing their address ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 23 August 1902

F i h M wnwwNxwiw W 6 rn ° k + WNreAtakJMLM7r tA aaa eauwnaa Mq WHEN DAY IS DONE DONELow CON CONw DONELow Low Low w In the neat the sun sunA su suA sunA A hit soft Hood of color spreadsAnd spreads spreadsAnd sprctldsAnd And weave a veil eil of golden threads threadsWhen thrcadtWhcn threads threadsWhen When day dol sweet day is done doneThe doneThe doneThe The twilight fades and dies diesAnd diesAnd diesAnd And darkness shrouds the sleeping earth earthThe ctlrthThe earthThe The faint moon guards the first stars starsbirth Itarsbirth starsbirth birth birthCloudcradled birthCloudcradled birthCloudcradled Cloudcradled in the th skies skiesSoftly skiesSortiy skiesSoftiy Softly the wooddove wood dove calls callsThe enllsThe callsThe The tinkling bell belll10unds sounds oer the len leuThe leltThe lenThe The nightowl watches ntehes from his tree treeWhen treeVben treeWhen When evenings shadow falls fallsCornea fallsComes fallsComes Comes with the dying ing sun sunRest sunRest sunBest Rest f...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 23 August 1902

rP CLost Lost Hair HairMy I IIC IC My hair came out by the hand handil bandful handful ful il and the gray hairs began to toeep tocreep tocreep creep eep in I ItriedflyersHair tried Ayers Hair Vigor Vigoring Vigorand Vigorand and 1t stopped the halt from com comIng corning ing out snd n nVirs nd restored the color colorirs colorlrs Virs irs M D Gray No Salem Mass MassTheres MassTheres i iTheres Theres a pleasure in inoffering Inoffering inoffering offering such a prepara preparation pr prepara preparation para paratlon ¬ tion as Ayers Hair VigorIt Vigor VigorIt It gives to all who use it itsuch i isuch isuch such satisfaction The Thehair Thehair Thehair hair becomes thicker thickerlonger thickerlonger thickerlonger longer softer and more moreglossy moreglossy moreglossy glossy And you feel so sosecure sosecure sort rt secure in using such an anold anold anold old and reliable prepara preparaJIOO preparation preparation ¬ tion JIOO a bollle bollleIf b Ule All drarrbb drarrbbIt erntt ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 23 August 1902

u i 4 iie The Packing Industry of Chicago Chicaget ChicagoBy nr s t By Day Allen Willey 1 HE Industry of killing Id11ln nnd andpacking nndpacking nndlJacklng packing beef pork and mutton mut mutton mutton ¬ T ton has reached such propor proportions llrollortlons proportions ¬ tions In Chicagothe Chicago the greatest greatestcontro grtatostcontre grpatostcentre contro of this Industry tmlush In the world worldthat wor1dthnt worldthat that tho most modern processes have havelieon havebeon havebeen lieon been Introduced for the purpose of ofeconomizing ofcol101l1Izln ofeconomlzing economizing col101l1Izln both time and labor as aswell nsw aswell w well ll as utilizing all of the products of ofthe ofthe ofthe the carcass The Union Stock Yards Yardswhere Yartlswhere Yardswhere where are located some of the largest largestpacking largestpncllng largestpacking packing plants arc the most extensive extensiveIn In the world having 11 vlng accommodations accommodationstor tor nearly 12000 hog...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 30 August 1902

R f t a r tr trt t a e r I I 4 v void 1 W WASHJNG ASHINiTON ON D 0 SATUn SATURDAY AY AUGUST O 01O 1102 NO N035 35 i MINDANAO IS S SHAKEN AKEN U Up UpTwenty P Twenty Moros oros Killed by Enrll1qllke In Inthe Ii I Ithe the PhilippInes PhilippInesTHE PhilippinesTHE THE AMERICANS ESCAPE UNHURT UNflURTInbabltaats UNHURTInhabftaots Inbabltaats Were TerrorlzedA Dozen lIeavy lIeavySbocks Heav HeavShocks y r Shocks and About c01 Slight Tremors Are AreFeltThe An AnFeltThe e FeltThe Commissary 8ulldlllgs and the theMoro th C CMoro Moro Flirts Were Daily DnmagedMilitarSltuetlun DamagedMilitary DamagedMilitarySltuatlun Y r Sltuatlun Remains quiet quietWashington quietWashington I Washington D CSpecialThe CSpecialTheWar C SpecialTh SpecialThWar e War Department received a cablegram cablegr cablegrfrom 1 from General Chaff Chaffee c at Manila re reporting reporting porting the occurrence of Q series of ofeathqUlkes o oeathquakes E f eathqUlkes on the Island of Mindanao MindanaoTwenty MindanaoTwent...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 30 August 1902

THE SUBURBAN CITIZENWASHINGTON rmTIZEHWASHINGTON CITIZEN GITI1ENIWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CThree C CThree CThree Three of the great Boer Generals GeneralsBotlin GeDeralsBotbn JeaeratsBotha Botlin DC Wet and Dclnroy Delareyare are com coming com1ng cotning ¬ ing to the United States to study our ourforming ourforming ourfarming forming methods They consider considerAmerican considerAmotlcnn considerAmerican American farmers t mners the best In the theworld theorld theworld world orld Come to think thin of It thisIa this thisIB thisis IB so EOIn soIn soIn In 1870 the average rate of freight freightoa freighton frelgbton on all railroad rallro llllocs lines was 10Jc per toil toilper touper tonper per mile In 1880 117c 180 OOlc 1000 070c That is W in thirty years yearstlie yearstl1eCrelght yenrs yenrsthe the tl1eCrelght freight charges have declined two twothirds twothlrd twothirds thirds This sum expressed In dollars dollarsIs dollars1s dollarsis Is 1S6G9000quite 1820020000 1S20G 9OOQ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 30 August 1902

LOT OF OFJ OEJAPANESE JAPANESE AP ANF E WOMEN VOM1CONDITIONS YUI N CONDITIONS THAT THAT SE SEEM M ODD TO TOWESTERN WESTERN EYES EYES EYESrIll rIll Tli Lower Her Social Decree De reo tt the thed l lhUP1 lhUP1tlle ett etttho stir UP1 d the Woman In TrentilAUr > the ITet lrettier 1 1tier rrt tier Sho IiNtie Ho tIu No Jenetry JeVelr Jenelrspeak y to 10HIJPRk Speak or orJapan Japan Is the antipodes antllO CS as much muc h as aRAustralia Australia If Australia has Its Christ Cl1rlstmaR Ch Chmax rlst rlstties 1st maR nt midsummer and Its sherries helrllswith hee heewith ties with stones outside tb the fruit Jr fcpin rcpt11bllS pau t11 has Its oranges without pips pip and a111do11l1 a111do11l1mo does t 01111 J most mo t things upside upsidedown dolvn from frompoint our OUlpoInt point of view viewTho vIewThe viewThe The women carry their babies babiestheir on ontheir ontheir their backs bacl s Instead of on their arms armsIlnd n nand r ms tes and blacken their teeth tC < th Instead IlI...

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. — 30 August 1902

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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. — 30 August 1902

r THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN O1TIZEhSATURDAY CITIZENSATURDAY Cl111ZENi SATURDAY i AUGUST A GU 1 80 a 1P02 i i I t Instruction truotlon t SubicrUjors SubicrUjorsPOBTAOK Subo 5ubcrlh e ePOluollThe rs rsPormoaThe POBTAOK POluollThe The postage to nil purtoof PIl1 patio l o olhdted tDI th thmt hlied h lhdted mt lied d State and Canada la paM paJ by the tb tbblihor8 theblllh b tibubors tibuborsllrtITANCxe > blihor8 blihor8NFMITUNCM blllh rs rsJIIIITTmtl NFMITUNCM oi small lumt may be made madeJura madenIb m ads d j nIb comrlwltlve oompar nVB lalety lit ordlnbi ordlnuty left leftUm1 Iltter ° n Jura Um1 or one dollar or wore must mu t bejaem beeewn b by ij Miierwieq n r r1Itered rtitered lett leUr r or postoffice poetom poet omce mon < y order or d ei er e eme i inanri lIerw1o o we aunot beriMponilblelorsame beriMponilblelorsameGnAKOBor be rOlponlible touame touameOIUICGK tor ea eaOnotc ae GnAKOBor OIUICGK or Ai Aupflxta 1I1IJulIliubecrlnra Bubecrl tiers rrtaD wiehlng lag ttietr dclr88 ndd...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 30 August 1902

J m i = u i = mMuinAw mru w + AplUrnwm5anl rtu Ytn Trn r 1 5 aslhnvNr W r c 1TqVeOMl4 IbYnM45 ft WeA RP < M F i e IiI f uH Slli Hn Hnf HnHuldy 1 Huldy Ann AnnW 1 1Written 4 W Written > lt For the w wBy Washington Star BttuBy KJt KJtBy 4 By E Louise Liddell LiddellT 1 1m v vT m Afffi AfffiIT T was Iluldy Anns eleventh blrthday birth birthday bIrthday ¬ IT day nnd she had a secret She Shewns Shewne Shewas was dreadfully afraid Auut Jane Janewould Janewould Janewould would find out about itthe secret secretI I mean She was sure the birthday birthdaywould hlrtlula hlrtlulawould birthdaywould would never be thought of The little littlegirls littlegirls littlegirls girls father and mother were dead deadind deadand deadand and she had lived with her spinster spinsteraunt spinsterl1unt spinsteraunt aunt for nearly a year She thought thoughtAunt tbouJhtAunt thoughtAunt Aunt Jane didnt care whether she had hada a good time or not but possibly she shewas shewas shewas was mistaken She ha...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 30 August 1902

More Illttorr htoryUowrllten Be written writtenLepnidas Lepnidas was performing his little littleexploit exploit ex 1 it at Thermopylae when he was wasasked asked how he expected to hold the pass passagainst padSagainst against the Persian army Its easy he replied unconcernedly unconcernedlyBy By just pretending that I am the end endhog cndhog hog on a street car carAt carAt At this moment Lcomdas fell fellNero fellNero Nero had just been taxed with cruelty crueltyfor crueltyfor for fiddling while Rome burned burnedThat burnedTI13t That may be he replied with a aglare a aidare glare at the man oil the flat below but butI I never practiced the cornet at 2 oclock oclockin oclockin in the morning morningMnrrtlli morningJlrerrIl1 Mnrrtlli JlrerrIl1 Foot Powder PowderAn Po er erAn An absolute euro for all foot troubles troublesGuaranteed troublesGuarant Guarant Guaranteed ed to stop nil odor andexoesslv9 andexoesslv9persplrttllon 8ndexcel < Slv SlvpersplrjtUon persplrttllon Brings red...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 30 August 1902

avr r j jf f rAlYlEn nin + uMNi4H N + 1 li Qn1 I Mj > I 1li iiII irl J w < iJJI f r n I What the Desert Desertt Deserto 1 o i i Looks LooksVery oohs Lilml Lilml4OiOIOk Illc IllcIfI8101Ek31tl t m mYery IfI8101Ek31tl fs 4OiOIOk IEME3 IE Itvflf IOIE EIIOiE EIIOiEVery Very few people hare nny Idea wl vlint whntthe vlintthe nt ntthe the desert looks like The majority majorityimagine mnjotltyhnnIne mujorityimagine imagine It to be a vast nst expanse of oflevel ofleol oflevel level sand nnd to those the photograph photographhere photographhere photographhere here shown will wll conic com as a revelation revelationThis reelntlonThis revelntlonThis This was taken during a French mill WHAT HAT THE DESERT DESERT LOOKS LIKE LIKEFOR FOR MILES AND MILES MILESNOTHING MILESNOTIIING MILESNOTHING I NOTHING IS TO BE SEEN EXCEPT THESE VAST MOUNTAINS MOUNTAINSOF IOUNTAINSOJ OF OJ SAND tary expedition In Algeria in the desert desertregion desertregion desertregion region of Zu ZuSnlnb Salah For mil...

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. — 6 September 1902

i TN T1 E I L1M D C Ct D p t tD D h t r r w ws wc s c x v 1 i iig ig a 1 x iA IvP lM st stVOL t 7 J I IVOL VOL lB WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY SATUl DAY SEPTEMBER 6 6190 1902 NO 36 6 SUMMARY OF THE LATEST NEWS NEWSDomestic NEWSDomestle NEWSDomestic Domestic DomesticIt It is said that the United States gov government government government ¬ t ernment is seriously considering the ads adsvisability ad advisability advlsability ¬ visability of annexing the island of ofHayti ofHaytl ofHayti Hayti on account of the frequent dis disorders disorders disorders ¬ orders which threaten American inter interests interests interests ¬ ests there thereIn thereIn thereIn In the mimic warfare off the New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland England coast four warships attacked attackedFort attackedFort attackedFort Fort Wright on Fishers Island and a ahard ahard ahard hard fight ensued The army claims to tohave tohave tohave have put all four warships out of action actionIn actionIn actionIn In the naval man...

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. — 6 September 1902

1 THE SUBURBAN ICiTIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZEN CITiZEN1WASHINGTON WASHINGTON D G GThe C Crbe Cbe The be riches rlchesot of theJClondlUe tl1o londllte pale PfO be b bCOle befole j jfoic COle the luster of o t that t 3ooOOOO 00000005Ulmt 00000005Ulmtthe thati thatilbe thabWe the farmers of ofU1nncsota Minnesota l1IUnesota and the tb Da Dakotas Dakotas Dakolas kotas alone have tjic received reeehed foMJhoIr foMJhoIrproduce ro helr tbelrproduce helrIIroduce produce thls thlsfCar thisyenrPorto < ycar ycarPorto t i r Porto Rico Is a brilliant aiid and refrashlag refresh refreshIng reCreshIng Ing exception among our possessions possessionsbeyond possesllionsbeyonl1 possessionsbeyond beyond the sea It has taken Its mod modcst lUodest Inodeat cst place quietly and anliit It doesnt trouble troubleus us by flaunting Its own sins or by ini iniSays mlu mluorlnJ mioring ° orlnJ ours oursSays oursSays Says the Buffalo Courier The plan of ofEuropean otEuropean ofEuropean European na...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 6 September 1902

mY T i I Ir I Woman Teller For a Chicago lank ISunkThe nankThe lankThe The Fourth National Bank will on onugust onUltust 1 August ugust 1 Inaugurate n new movement movementa a bonking bl1l1l < 1l1g circles by opening n de department denrtmcnt tie2artweat ¬ partment for tho exclusive benefit of ofits otts ofits its women customers Women Wamenplt1 patron patronwill patronsI on8 on8Rill I will be served at a separate window windowy jy y a woman teller tellerAdded tellerAdded tellerAdded Added interest attaches to this In Innovation In1avntlan Inaovatlen ¬ novation from the fact that the posl position poslIon posldon ¬ Ion will be filled by one of the best bestcnown bestmown bestenown mown young women In Atlanta Miss MissIcanle MissJennie MissTommie Jennie Armstrong for many years yearsdcntlficd yearsdentlfied yearsdentified dcntlficd with the Girls High School Schoolis is assistant principal has been bee today todaytppolntod todayppolntell todaytppointed tppolntod to the position of...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 6 September 1902

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