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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 June 1901

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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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 June 1901

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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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 June 1901

P Ji Jir r f r I Il l t c New Rose LibertyGIAND Liberty LibertyGRAND LibertyGRAND GRAND NEW ROSE LIBERTY LIBERTYMost LIBERTYMost LIBERTYMost Most nearly approached by Meteor in invariety incolor incolor color but far surpassing that standard standardvariety I Ivariety variety in brilliancy and purity of color coloras coloras coloras as well as in size never showing any anydeformed anydelormed anydermed deformed black or bull heads either in inwinter inwinter in inwinter winter or summer and far surpassing surpassingMeteor surpassingMeteor surpessingMeteor Meteor in freedom of bloom A remarkable re remarkable remarkable ¬ markable keeper when cut keeping its itsbrilliancy itsbrilliancy itsbrilliancy brilliancy of color without turning blue blueor blueor blueor or dropping it ht petals as is the case casewith casewith casewith with Gen Jacqueminot wli h it some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬ what resembles in size and fragrance fragranceLady fragranceLady fragranceLady Lady Joy Rose New...

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. — 8 June 1901

l I t 4 1 1P I Iif P TE TEi D D Dr if i I 1 1I 1Ii I J f fVOL Ii f I IiI r b MI i iJ = = = t tj = = j J JYOL13 I 4 YOL13 VOL 13 VASHINGTON D 0 Sl S DAY JUNE 8 19 1901 1t NO 20 1 1I I I SUMMARY OF THE NG Nr VS VSDomestic S J Domestic DomesticI DomesticMiss I Miss Martha Hichborn daughter of ofRear Rear Admiral Hichborn was married in inWashington inWashington Washington to Jtlll1cS G Blalno young youngest est son of the late Maine statesman at atthe atthe I the residence of her parents A small smallItathering smallr gathering of immediate relatives and andfriends andti ti r friends witnessed the ceremony ceremonyThe ceremonyThe The steamers City of Erie of Cleve Clevej Cleveland j land and The Tnslunoo of Detroit Detroitj j raced from Cleveland to Erie too miles milesto milesto to decide the speed championship of the theGreat theGreat Great Lakes The City of Erie won wonAt wonAt At the meeting of the American Medi Medical Medical cal Association In St Paul Minn Preal President dent R...

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. — 8 June 1901

r11Iii iB w r I i npfJtJiJliil iik j II 1IIiiIIIII lillIIIIl ilIi illiil llillilhlIiIIIIIi llillilhlIiIIIIIiI lfj A q j I 1 I IE SUBURBAN IGITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZEN CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZEN1WASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CThop CThCDI C CTheM TheM are 3S28 3S28 millionaires in Amer Amcrlea AmerIca AmerIca Ica and less than than twenty good poets poetsMany poetsMany poetsMany Many malllorinircs are made and anllllot anllllot1orn not notborn notborn born bornBeggars 1ornn bornI I Beggars n ggQrs complain that the trailing trailinggown trallln tralllncown traflinggown gown hurts their thelrbuslness business A woman womanwont womanwont womanwont wont lot go of her skirt to open her herpookotbook herpocketbook herpocketbook pocketbook This is the first good goodord goodword goodword word ord for a muchcondemned much condomned garment garmentA i iA A Chicago man who was employed employedas as a janitor at 10 0 a month has sur surprised surprlsed surprised ¬ prised connoisseurs by his achieve a...

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. — 8 June 1901

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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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 June 1901

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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. — 8 June 1901

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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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 June 1901

u JJ W I Ii h < t M i I i1Jt i i I WIli i 1 n j 1 IF I KNEW I If I knew the box wk were re the smiles amn are arekept a1OI arokept I kept keptNo keptt i ii No matter how laugotbhS largo larR tbe tb W 1t1 yt y t i t Or strong thc bolt I Iwoul rwould wend J try so h hard hardii budT d dIVould IVould T open I know aiosv for me meThen meThen meThen ii Then over the land and sea 6 B broadcast hroadcaetId broadcastId liroadcutId Id scatter the smites to play 1118 1118I p1evq I q That the childrens children faces might hold thorn thornfast thomi tbomFor i fast fastFor 1I1ItI I For many man and many a day rt t rt r I l frrrrrrrr rrr It Itu M MG mWKfE 1 G ifotafrii ii u i uLUt tit h hI ofitai 1 t lG l I 1TROUBLE TROUBLE WITH A PYTHON PYTHONSfi5 1 I Sfi5 By William T Hornaday Director of the New York Zoological Park PatlcI j jr I Ir + I r r tr rrri Ia r r r zc r r r rtrlr r r r rirtt r rJt w ntttiii tf i Itr wIrIiitfy ffii ti Utf1rvJ < < rRa HE Euperb reptilehouse of the theI theew t...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 June 1901

r n n i I ice ty VII ri I COTTOI TRIADSSCIi00L TRIADSSCIi00LIMPORTANCE < IMPORTANCE SINCE THE DEVELOP DEVELOPMENT MENT OF MILLS IN THE SOUTH SOUTHStart Start of n Movement Which lrotnlees to tollodudu llodudu llettor SW11ed Libor Iosv IosvWorkmon Workmon Aro Tmnied for the Tox Toxilia ilia IudultrlosDolgning Taught TaughtThe The development of tho cotton mill millin in tllo Southern States has been E0 E0rapld rapld In tllo last ton years t11at wllolo wllolosections sections of the land havo been com completely pletely changed In an agricultural and andIndustrial Industrial sense The most Important Importanteffect effect of this change has been tiro om omploymont ploymont of Southern people in mills millswho who formerly made an uncertain and andinadequnto inadequnto living 1n tilling tho soil soilIn In the Carolinas a measure of prosper prosperfly fly has boon obtained In the cotton mill milldistricts districts never before realized and the thegrowth growth of the new Industry ha...

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. — 8 June 1901

ft I V I I iiiIif If I < IILI 1 1i 1r i r New Rose Ro c LibertyG1AND Liberty LibertyGRAND LibertyGltAND GRAND NEW ROSE LIBERTY LIBERTYMost LIBERTYMost LIBERTYMost Most nearly approached by Meteor in invariety incolor incolor color but far surpassing that standard stnndardvnriety standardvariety variety in brilliancy and purity of color coloras color coloras coloras as well as in size never showing any anydefbrmed anydelbrmed anydcfbrnted defbrmed black or bull heads either in inwinter inwintr in inwinter winter or summer and far surpassing surpassingMeteor surpassingMeteor surpassingMeteor Meteor in freedom of bloom A re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬ markable keeper when wl n cut keeping its itsbrilliancy itsbr itsbrilliancy brilliancy br lliancy of color without turning blue blueor blueor blueor or dropping droppihjI its petals as is the cage CMCwith caewith cagewith with Gen Jacqueminot Jgaequeminot wlih wh ii it some somewhat lamewhat somewhat ¬ what resembles in size and...

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. — 15 June 1901

I n V f I II Ii II IJ II II Il It Ii II J I i I m a d J I I t l 1 t i I i i I = 7 = = = = < = = = h hI hVOL = = = = = = h I VOL 13 TW WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY SIURDAY S URDAY JUNE 15 1901 NO 21 fl d PRESIDENT P ESIDENT MKINLEY MKINLEYFIRMLY MKINL MKINLYFIRnIEY Y YFIRnILy FIRMLY SAYS NO N0Chief NOCblcl NOChlcf Chief Executive Is Not a Candidate for forThird forThird forThird Third Term TermSTATEMENT TermSTATEMENT J 1J 1 STATEMENT FROM WHITE HOUSE HOUSEThere nOUSEt nOUSEThere HOUSEThere t There Are Grave Questions He Says Before Beforethe Beloretbe Beforethe the Administration and the Country and andTbelr andTheir andTheir Their Just Consideration Should Not Be DePrejudiced BePrejudIced BePrejudiced Prejudiced In the Public Mind by Even the theSuspicion thei ther i r Suspicion of the Thought ol ola a Third Term1ashington Term TermWashington TermWashington Washington Special SpecialPresldent President Mc MeKinley McKinley McKinley Kinley has announced that he will not notaccept notac...

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. — 15 June 1901

u r i Jo IMiI I iiii II iW iIlliiMltlUiW + Yj IILLU < iJI Iiao IIIJIi i ilil la 1111t I fJ i iy N I II y jjf l I f If I d THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENWASHINGTON BITIIENI 1 I WASHINGTON D C CTbo GTae C CJi Ji Tile valley of the Amazon sail re remains reo remains o mains ml ns almost unexplored What boa boabeen huI baabeen been I > een dote baa been accomplished In Ingreat InIleat Intreat great measure by bJEuropc4Ds bJEuropc4DsI Europeans EuropeansFor EuropeansFor I I For tho first time tIm since sin co the Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy GrandArmy Army of the Republic was organized organizeditbe organizede organizedthe the e mortality In the order last year yearwent yearwent yearwent went beyond 10000 It Is estimated estimatedthat estimatedi estimatedthat i that within four or five years onehalfof onehalf onehalfof onehaltot of the 400000 members living In 1890 1890iwill 1890wlll 1800will iwill have passed from the rollsA rolls rollsA rollsWealthy A wealthy Frenchman has made ar arr...

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. — 15 June 1901

11 r iF II r rt Y t I I Ii i f i rOOYO You will ill find nd JOHN J 1IN G KE at the theWITH old stand OO OOf f 90 908 CSTREET STREET STREETWITH N W ° I I WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE OF SPRING GOODS GOODSfox 1 i isrl I Ibno Amongss > g niyJ 1l1e es tes SOFT runr FOR EASY EASYWEARING riinrt FOR R NEAT NEATWOMEN tnnrr FOR FORMISSES LONG LONGLASTING FOR FORfor 1 fox j > the thej tlie Spring srl g o of oJ SOLED SOLED SHOES OflULO MEN MENi MENWEARING i WEARING SHOES WOMEN APPEARING SHOES flUO MISSES LASTING LASTINGI LA TlNG SHOES flULO BOYS BOYSI 1 i I also carry a complete line ioe of Slippers Rubbers Shoe Polish c c c ci t l i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO 9 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOIOOOOOO f SPRING SPRINGil 1f 1fl l GQ GQGREAT il GREAT SLAUffiHTEBSSaS SLAUGHTERmG SLAUGUTE M P SALE OF OFBlack MENS MENSJ J t AND BOYS CLOTHING RL T fl flBlack I Black and Blue Cheviot Suits 450 450AH 450All 450All All Kinds of Mixed Cassimer Suits 500 500Black 500Black 500Black Black and Blue Worsted...

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. — 15 June 1901

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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. — 15 June 1901

JpU a a1r 1 j < iJo i iII < itr > + w i iiC r vi 11 11vi v 1r 1rv i v C THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZEN CITIZENSiiijitDAY SATURDAY S SiiijitDAY 1 1 JUNE 15 1001 Instruction t Subscriber SubscriberPorrAos SubsorlbIi SubscriberPorrAnxTho I PorrAos lonARzThe Tho postage to all parte of the theUnited thealted theOelted Ii United alted State Stntec and Canada anod U paid bjr tb tbtabiiihers the theI theInbliahers I tabiiihers tabiiiherstummxcnta Inbliahersif ublitbersf if f tummxcnta t IIUrTAK01t8 of small sums mny b bn made madeith madl1th maderith rith ith comparative oOlU nrllfve safety In ordinary latter lattertumo IfitteraI littersPuma I Puma uml of one dollar dolh r or more mu must t besenr by byrtgiitered byreglttered I rtgiitered letter I > tt r or postoffice moo y yorlerl yorlerltJ order orderitnerwlne p therwl itnerwlne e we cannot bereaponilble bereepontlbleforrams Jorsom JorsomOBANOE ame ameIj tJ Ij 4 OBANOE or Auoniu AUDnIl8Bub ADDaataSubscrlbers Sub...

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. — 15 June 1901

i TWO TOILERS I I flVHh With weary brain and aching heart heartI I greet another day j A hasty bite and I must start startUpon etutUpon t i Upon my weary way The sun may shIne above my head sad sadsoft and andsoft aDdsoft soft sweet winds ind may blow blowBut blowDut blowBut But what w t are fair blue sides to me meWith meWith meWith With With tired feet I go goTo goTo goTo To labor where no sunshine falls fallsShut CntlsShut fallsShut Shut in by cheerless dingy walls wallsEstranged nIlsEstranged wallsEstranged Estranged from all but woe woeThe woeThe woeThe The day is done but what have I IThat IThat IThat That it baa brought to me meThe meThe meThe The sinking sun may gild the sky Why should I stay stayxto to see seeI aeeI seeI I that am doomed to merely rise l e and toil toilall tollall toilall all day and then thenLie thenLie thenLie Lie down to troubled troubled sleep awhile and andtoil andtoil adtoil toil away again avalnDay agalaDay 7 7Day ¬ Day after day the same Ilme old ro...

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. — 15 June 1901

u i 4 fi IQilii M1INf7l I r The Lntciit Llc t TrcuhThe Frculc FrculcThe Freu The Coney Island Museum proprie proprl ¬ tor was standing in the vestibule when whena wli wlia cis a wellgarbed vell garbed man accosted him Want to hire a freak freak asked the thewell thewell tl tlwell Ie well garbed man Maybe said the museum museum proprie proprietor proprietor propritor ¬ tor guardedly Where ifc he Tine Ime he heCome hcI 1 I Come off Whats the matter with withyou withI wi th h 1 I you youI I Im a tramp trampYou f You dont look it but butwhatsbein whats beiri a atramp atramp l tramp got to do with my hiring you youEvcrythin I Evcrythin Every thin Im the bestdressed bestdressedtramp best dress dresstramp cd I tramp in the profesh I aint afraid afraidWater of ofwater ofwater I water I take a bath every chance chanceget I Iget II get I like all kinds of dogs I hate hatepie hateI ha hapie to I pie Nobody ever heard me refuse to tosaw tosaw I o I saw a pile of wood I never woretomato wore a a...

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. — 15 June 1901

I I = h New Rose Liberty LibertyGRAND Llber LibertyGRAND y yGRAND GRAND NEW ROSE LIBERTY LIBERTYMost LIBERTYMost LIBERTYMost Most nearly n arly approached by Meteor MtI or in incolor incolor incolor color but far surpassing that standard standardvariety standardvariety standardvariety variety in brilliancy and nd purity of color coloras coloras coloras as well as in size never showing any anydelormed anydeformed ny nydeformed deformed black or bull heads either in inwinter inwinter in inwinter winter or summer and far surpassingMeteor surpassing surpassingMeteor surpassingMeteor Meteor in freedom freec1 m of bloom A re rebrilliancy remarkable remarkable markable keopot teapot w when n cut keeping its itsbrilliancy itsbrilliancy brilliancy of color without turning turningor blueor blue blueor or dropping its petals as is the case casewith casewith casewith with Gen Jacqueminot whii 11t it some somewhat 10ntewhat somewhat ¬ what resembles in size and fragrance frafranceLady fralrnceLa...

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. — 22 June 1901

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