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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 October 1901

I i 4 t 9 I Ia a l pA pAl pArr T b p < m mJ mJ J l rr rrr rri i t i f + qt y r J t 7 1 1i 1i 1i 1u 1VOL N NVOL13 i = = = = = = i i u VOL VOL13 13 E W WASHINGTON D C SAT SATURDAY DAYl OOTOBER 5 1901 NO 37 lilt Al 1 < r 1eQ RELIABLE DAIRYM DAIRYMEN DAIRYMENSome N NSome Some of the People In the Vlolnl Vlolnltyof Vlclnity tyof ty of Washington Who WhoSell Whor r Sell Pure Milk hiilktInformation MilkInformation Information Which Ought to b be of ofBenefit ofBenefit Benefit to the Thousands of Peo People Pcopie pie In the City Who Use Milk Milkthe 1I1k 1I1ki 1I1kThe i The Suburban Citizen gives in the thefollowing thefollowing following sketches the names of anum anumher a nun nunher her of reliable dairymen who are now nowanll nowand and havcbcon have bean for some time doing doinghusineSi doinghnainesa husineSi in the city The statelilcnts statelilcntsmade statements statementsmade made concerning Ihom are based upon uponthe uponthe the p personal rsclIal knowledge of the editor ...

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. — 5 October 1901

I y THE SUBURBAN iCITIZENWASHINGTON ICiTIZEN ICiTIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D DC DCWhen C CWhen C CWhen When the mosquito and tho yellow yellowfever yellowtccr yellowfever fever germ lock arms It makes a adeadly Qdeadly adeadly deadly combination combinationA com eombtnatlonA lnntlon lnntlonChicago A Chicago arithmetician figures that thfttthe thntthe thatthe the average drummer talks 12000 12000words 12000worlls 12000words words a day or In n I working year of 300 days about 3000000 3000000While 3000000Whtlo 3000000While While wire was first covered for the theuse thoU90 theuse use of milliners It Is of record that thattho thattho thatthe tho first electrical Insulated wire was wasmanufactured wasmanufactured wasmanufactured manufactured in Barcelona Spain as asfar nstar asfar far back as 1790 1790It 17JOIt 1790It It Is Interesting to note that the Unlted Unl United Unlted ¬ ted States tate8 Supreme Court Is more morenearly morenearly morenearly nearly np with 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. — 5 October 1901

L h 0 I iI OMANS OMANSxTORUD t1AUS t1AUSI xTORUD xTORUDCUBAN I LD LDCUBAN CUBAN WOMENS PASTIMES PASTIMESHilt PASTIMEStrlh Hilt HI Silvia Alfonio Alfone Tnike o talk KnteitalnInBly KnteitalnInBlyof of lief Country Women WomenStyno Womenfiomo omen omenSomo Somo Styno Interesting comments cOll1n entll upon Cu Cul Cuban Cuthan l ban > nnTvomen Women worn made by y Miss lIss Silvia SilviaAlfonso SilviaAUon80 SilviaAlfonso Alfonso of Hiivnnn IIttvni n while bllo on oh a 1 visit vlaltto visitto vIsitto to New York City OU Since the Ameri Americans Amerlcans Amercans ¬ cans have entered Havana In such suchnumbers suchlumbers suchnumbers numbers she says Cuban girls linvo linvonoticeably hlvonoticeably hnvouotleeably noticeably begun to copy many of the theways thoWys theways ways of American Amerlcnnwonell women They rhOWHO rhOWHOformerly wno wnoformerly wroformerly formerly exceedingly quiet und IInlll1omls IInlll1omlstic domes dowstic domestic ¬ tic In their habits seldom Been In the t...

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. — 5 October 1901

i THB SUBURBAN CITIZBI CITIZBIWASHINGTON CITI BN BNWASHINGTON I IWASHINGTON II WASHINGTON D DO DOMI O Q Qi 4 i JUurnol MI d MOW eokd oM < a hkrstr JW rli tf tJRe Ou OuBtiUtnll lAcibnU BtiUtnll Re ibnU tf 11M the Attar tlubttrii o oW of TTa WasMsyl WasMsylpWflLI6aED Mny M M11J1LIIIRBD n nPVBMSnKD PVBMSnKD YTBKKLT BT 1tYSuburbau BTflu BTru flu Suburban CiiiHi Neffspaner He spaDer Co COII 0 AC WOOP WOO BMIBM B Mau MauNo x xNo Mwgr No 61 61110th ll 110th 10th Street NE NEWABHUfOTOH N E EW81lDOrOI DWLIKIYOTOA WABHUfOTOH D Do Dol 0 0tn Ctr l I I IIn tr tn OOWBIBWOM are r Malawi Bi n Men Bo Bofcj IIntel a hteea fcj tel Wsntea W Wemll1Iic1I1UtI ra n ScltntUti Plain soploTraU4in soploTr eoploTrstern T Tten p U4in ten Po Oolh H etc etc In Other her words wordspl wordpeople people pl 1 familiar whereof they u r write who whofell whoU w w10H no fell U their storU atorltlll1 In a w way y Slid will wl m l laUrcit laUrcitWIT iDttrenlaburbl1J fntere fntereOnr at WIT suburban aaburbaafriendsr trl...

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. — 5 October 1901

JLUu af i nth ouudijiu < 4r ii > b u t 1GE 1 1111 HL SUBURBAN SU U URBAN UiIU N CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZEN CITIZE1L1fD111 UITI UITISATURDAY 1fD111 1fD111SATUHDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1901 Instruction t Subscriber SubscriberPOSTAOK SuborlbePOSTAolIThe SubsorlbersPoeTAoaThe POSTAOK POSTAolIThe The postage to all part of the thtOilted thlalted theQslted Oilted alted States and Canada U paid by the theabllebers thl1ibllshers theabltehera abllebers abllebersKrMHTAKax 1ibllshersHauTuNcu abltehera1trMITTANCYa KrMHTAKax of small sums may ma be made madeith mad madnth made4th nth ith comparative oomparll Ive safety la ordinary ordInal letters lettersBuniR letteraIuIl1I1 lettersulna BuniR ulna of one dollar or more must boseiu byrgletered by byrtalstered rtalstered Iatered letter or postoffice poat office mom monry y order orderHntrvrUe I lotherwise otherwise herwbe we e cannot be responilblef roa reeponalbleforMme reeponalbleforMmeCUANOE ponalble for or same sameOUANOF sameOUAKOE O...

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. — 5 October 1901

j + r II r 1 ALL THE WEALTH WEALTHOF WEALTHBAD J JOP BY OPE READ READOt BAD OP THE WOULD Y YORLDI YORLDIBY Ot 1nID O OteiO ALLIE WEATIIEULY school schoolI schoolteachcr schoolteacher TALLIE I teacher wns Intellectual Intellectualllnd Intellectualllndsympatbetlr and antlsympathetic 1 sympathetic nnd this led old oldi 0111WOlllell oldwoueu i women to declare that If she sheemr sheftl sheevrr emr Lad an opportunity she would be bepopular bepopular bepopular popular In society soclet Old women know knowor kno knoor knowor or ought to know that these are not notthe notthe notthe the two qualities most essential to so social socl1 soclal ¬ cial success But la tiny case It was wasnot wasJ10t wasnot not likely that Miss 3II s Weatherly Weatherl would wouldever wonldbe wouldever ever be much sought after She was wasstudious wasstuliious wasstudious studious diffident not given to the thoenthusiasm thethusll1em thei enthusiasm i thusll1em engendered ellgell ered by fads and andwas 111111W8 an...

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. — 5 October 1901

I I Ii d i J tel telr r w c II Ji i Just Like Lllc Tli Tltein TlteinScene ni niSctnc llo lloScene Scene Tramcar Dramatis personAe pcraonaeFouryearold personAel personaehouryear Fouryearold l houryear ouryearold old girl mother and several jcveralpassengers severalpusengers severalpassengers passengers passengersma pusengersChild Child in high shrill trebleMam trebleMammaJ treble1lamma ma maJ did id you get paps paps birthday prescntiYes progcnl progcnlYes prescnti prescntiYes Yes Yes dearest dearestVhat dearestWhat dearestWhat What did you get mamma mammaCigars mammaCigars mammaCigars Cigars lovey The cheap ones that Aunt Millie told toldyou toldyou toldyou you about aboutSilence aboutSilencc aboutSilence Silence from minima but a heighten heightened heightened ¬ ed flush on her face that was not notentirely notcntirely notentirely entirely the reflection from Ir l1l dearest dearestlovcys dearestloveys dearestloveys loveys red velvet hat hatMamma hatMamma v vMamma Mamma that man ove...

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. — 5 October 1901

U 1 I tea < I > idurre i II il JIIIIIW 1la IiJ > 1dIWjW1IIj I IIiIii > iIioiIIi liIjj C i II IIp p 0 0000000000000000000000000000000000 00 OO 00 008000 0 0000 80 0000000000000000000000000000 0 0 I SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEET FEETYou FEETYou i I You will find JO33ENT JO N Car CarftifliQ KEENE at the old stand i I ftifliQ ff ° 6kTS3 > EICBf KR HA 908 C STREET N RL W UVBcCill Building BuildingWITH BuildingWITH i WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSat GOODSAmong f8I f8IAmong the Among Fall my aNd leaders Winter for of SOFT SOFTSOLED SHOES FOR EASY SHOES FOR NEAT UOEC FOR LONG OUffirO FOR SHOES i J 1901 are SOLED MEN WEARING flUL WOMEN APPEARING dHUto MISSES LASTING dffOES S OflU HOES BOYS 00 ooOOOO 000000000000000000000000000 f8I OOOO OO = OOOOOOI8 000000000000000000000000000 OOOO = = f8If8I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Grea Great l Is N NNg z i Eastern aslorn Russia a Land Lundot LandSb Lands s e ot Wonderful Possi Possibilities ¬ Ng Siberia Sb Sibei 1 ena bUll...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 October 1901

h L WI A M II tf iM j Jk JkT rt t 8u 8ur T E a aD r D b bt r i 1i 1 M D s Ms L Pi 4 4 > fyy dNIY ilf ilfVOL I < ii iiVOL VOL 13 WASHINGTON D C SATURSil SATURDAY SATUR1 Y OCTOBER 12 1901 NO 38 SUMMARY SUMMARY OF THE LATEST LA TEST NEWS NEWSDomestic NEWSDomestfa Domestfa Domestfal Domestic DomesticV m mboiler r V boiler exploded cxpl lt d in in the foundry of ofthe o ottlt ofthr the Hayes Manu Manufacturing acturin Company inL in inI inFrlt I Frlt rje Pa demolishing that building andalso and anda a also < 11 so the kitchen of o the Licbel House Houseverely Hailsrely Houseterely verely rely injuring the took cook and a number numberi numberqf L i d f kitchen t and al aa d dIt < diningroom lt i employes employesAt r At t Louisville Ky the Army of thetimberland the theCumberland theumberland Cumberland decided to hold itvnext an annual anIIllal anveal ¬ veal reunion in Washington Vashln toll on the oc occasion occuion 01 01cOIsion ¬ casion of the unveiling 1Iciin of o the sta...

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. — 12 October 1901

> iiutii iLLiait i nIlL llifjt 1 F t OO I a I JliI lifila J f 1W THE SUBURBAN fCiTIZENv fCiTIZENWASHINGTON CITIZEN CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENSWASHINGTON I v WASHINGTON D C CLombrosos C CLombrosos 0Lombrosds Lombrosos euro for Anarchy Is Jssymbiosis Issymbloslll Issymbiosis symbiosis Dr Holmes wittily ex oxpressed expressed 6 6pressell ¬ pressed the same Idea long ago when whenhe whenha hon hon1m + he recommended people to choose clioostheir choosetheir chooseI I their parent cnrofully cnrofullyMassachusetts cnrofullyMIUlSoIchueettB carefullyMassachusetts Massachusetts has fixed a It now re responsibility respomJlbllltr responsibllity ¬ sponsibility upon railroad companies companiesnnd companiesfind ompanlosnnd nnd their agents A Boston man re recently raclnUy recently ¬ cently obtained a judgment for 500 500against 500ngalnst ngalnst a railroad company because Its Itsconductor ItscO1ductor Itsconductor conductor refused to protect him himagainst himngalnst him himugainst against 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. — 12 October 1901

I t p pj j s PEASANT LIFE IN ITALY ITALYMEN IT A L Y YMEN MEN AND WOMEN LABOR IN FIELDS FIELDSFROM FIELDSFROM FIELDSFROM FROM DAWN TILL DARK9undsy DARK DARKSunday DARKSiand Sunday Siand Not a D Dar r of K RutA itA Llttlo Meat MeatOB IIl 11leaton at atOD OB nolia rlolldoyeNo yNo Schooling For CM1 ChtldregThe CM1dreu OhlldrenTho drenTho dreu THo Home of the Peasantry PeasantryIfooil 1 Ifooil ood of a Family FamilyFrom Fawlllirom BaronyFrom From sunny Italy came tho anarch anarch1st nnnrchat annrchIst 1st at who slew the Empress Elizabeth ElizabethPresident ElizobetlJPresident EllznbcthPresident President pornot Carnot Primo Minister MinisterCanovas lIIlnlsterCJanovnsund MinisterCanovasand Canovas CJanovnsund and finally Humbert himself himselfIn himselfIn himselfIn In sunny sunny Italy Is probably the rank rankest runltcst rankest ¬ est growth of anarchy and socialism socialismIn In all Europe And In the sunny sunnyplains sunnyplains sunnyplains plains and valleys t bf > f northern...

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. — 12 October 1901

To Jvjf T iI iIj s j 0 r rt G t I m jilK W SUBCIiCITIZEL SUBURBAN S nURBAK OITI CITIZEN CITIZENWASHINGTON l lwAsHINOTON 1 WASHINGTON D 0A a C CWIll WIll WIllhllNWI 4 fewmal MOW to o A 1 Jnhrttti q oJ f On Ontidenb Lflicldll Gilkaldsnta kaldsnta tidenb licldll IJ J the Suburbs oj WaMnslon WaaMnglonPV0L1911ItD JT WaMnslonII1BLIfiIJUtD < J Mny < on onrUBLISHBD rUBLISHBD WKKKIT WEnn LY BT BTSQlmrtan BYJli IYSa Jli SQlmrtan Sa urban Citizen tepaDer Co CoX I X II WOOP WOO > > BnilResa Ilasu Maxt MaxtNo KaxcNo gie gieNo No 611 01110th 10th Street N EWABE1HGTON E EWABHUTQTOH EWASJWlGTOI WABHUTQTOH D Do Dorn 0 0Cxo 0 0Css Cxo OKTBI eedJ1JBnOU > TO > I are Bllnesi Bti IDesl Men Uni Unites BUlbi Bu BuIn ¬ tes bi ITwaon omeD ScUntlste Plain PsoploTrar PsoploTrareUri > eopleTravstars IITra IITratier tier Tests etc etc to In sther her words wordsuople wordsople wordsople uople ople familiar whereof they th vrrlto who whoIsH whotea whoB tea B their stories la a way thaw ttrrwi...

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. — 12 October 1901

I Jj I k i jJ d ilm ilkmilj < I Il iIw iliilli > iIII iilij f t1IoIi iWl1 jiiiili iiIi IijoIli illil < H W Ai1lMi U I If > f i ii i I 1iE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY S SATURDAY t OCTOIllat II > l 12 1901 Inatluctlcn t 51bscrlborll 51bscrlborllPonioEThe SbbsorlboroPowrloEThe PonioEThe postage to all parta 01 the thehttd theflatted flatted Staten and Canada Ia paid by the theblllhers theabUIherl blllhers blllhersHfHITUNIn HfHITUNIn 01 email sums may be made maderith madefilth filth cOlnpnrnUve 8alcty In ordlnaey ordln letters lettenhmll letterslama hmll lama of one dollar or more mu must t besont b bHglltered by byiigtterod Hglltered letter or postoMce poet otlce mall y order orderotherwise I otherwise we 41 cannot be responsible bream 10r84meOUANG breamCaAxan OUANG or AUDIIJl8Bubscrlber wishing lahlng Ihllr address chnD ohanged d must Invariably give givebsir UIlr bsir former as tell AS new address address1tfls addrc88MIsrNo MIsrNo 1tfls rnoNURnanaItoccasionally N...

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. — 12 October 1901

y YY YVi r S 1 WHO IHO WHERE WHAT WHATBT WHATBY WHATas BT BY KBKMT XEllt ITOH ITOHAh r LTONfib ON ONlAb Ah had some happier star shone oer my rajbirth mybirth mybirth birth birthHad birthUad birthhad Had I awoke to purple and to gold goldI goldX goldI I would have wrought soma starbright starbrightdeed stl1rbnghtdeed star bright brightdeed deed of worth worthIn worthIn worthIn In silver sentences forever told toldBo toldSo So run runs the ditty of an idle brain brainBut brainBut brainBut But wisdom ctieth in a statelier strainWho strain strainWho strainWho Who art thou But an accident of chance chanceWhere chanceWhere Where here art thou The caprice of ciroum ciroumstance circumstance ciroumstance > stance stanceWhat stanceWhat stanceWhat What art thou Destiny doth only askWhat ask askiVvhat oskI What I hat may thou be Thy heavenentrusted heavenentrustedtask heoenentrqsted heoenentrqstedtask hearen entrysted entrystedtask task taskTo taskTa taskTe To win or falter in an equal equ...

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. — 12 October 1901

Tl L1 Unborne Home in the Isle of Wight Queen Victorias favorite residence is to bo the home of the Duke of Cornwall and York when ho returns from nis trip to the thecolonies thecoloniea thecolonies colonies A Chance to Ttlako illoney illoneybaTO 11Ione 11IoneI I baTO been soiling 1 1IIog Perfumes for tbo past pasti i fl month I make them myself at nthome borne and anrtsoil aodloll andsoil soil to friends and neighbors HI UnTO TO made madeV madet t OuO V > EvQty one buys n bottle for liDo 60owould liDoworth GODworth worth of material I mnke Perumct that thatwould thettvoufd would sell for 92 21n 2 In drug stores storesI also eo sold 125 125formuls 12Sformulu 125formulas formulas for making porfuiro at at8100eaob at8100eaobI fl00 100 encb encbI eACbI I first mado it for my own use u e only but butthe butthl b ut t tthe the curiosity of friends M to whore I i pro procured procured p pcured ro 0 cured such oxqulslto ojrro prompted me to tosell toIOU toI sell it I clear from S2J 21 t...

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. — 12 October 1901

o IJl > Ii IItMF > W oIi R i I i 1 I i 4 f r 0 0 OO OO OO OOOO0 00 OOOOl 00 00SOFT SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEET FEETYou FEETYou FEETYou s You will find JOHN G KEENE at the old s stand standAmong md i iI I 908 98 C STREET N W r j ftlcCm Building BuildingWITH BuildingWITH i ii WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSFOR GOODSamong Q i 9 Among my leaders for SOFT SOFTthe FOR EASY UOCC FOR NEAT taiiia taiiiaMEN FOR LONGLASTING LONG LONGLASTING FOR FORthe FORthe the 1901 Fall are and Winter of ome iULt SOLED SHOES OflUECO M MEN E N WEARING UllU SHOES iflUL LU WOMEN APPEARING APP EARING UllULd SHOES MISSES LASTING HOES flULO BOYS i s e OOOO OOOO OO0 OO 93 OOOj 0 0 0 OOOO0 Sheep Raising Raisingon on Ranches Sheop raising while It may seem seemsimple seemImple seemsimplo simple to the Inexperienced IB a mostdifficult most mostdtfltcult mostdlf11cult difficult business to successfully con conduct conduct conduct ¬ duct says the Anaconda Standard StandardThe StandardIh...

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. — 19 October 1901

II j jr jI 1 u U 1 < < > WWjiJ < 11 YiI Ji Jit JiT t t T l r < I D I D DVUL r x a it < f > I i iVOL U r 1 n VOL l3a 13 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1901 I NO 39 it i SUMMARY OF THE LATEST NEWS NEWSDomestic NEWSDomesllc NEWSDomestic Domestic DomesticMr DomesllcYr DomesticMr Mr W W Rockhill the commission commIssioner er who represented rcpres nted the United States i ij in inthe in inthe j the negotiations between China and the theallies theallies th thallies e allies has arrived at Victoria on his way wayto wayto wa waIt Y It to Washington He talks interestingly interestinglyof tnterestnglof Y of the situation in China ChinaAssistant ChinaAssistant ChinaAssistant Yn Assistant Postmaster General Madden Maddenissued Madelenissued Mad4eissued n issued his first order for exclusion of ofcertain ofcertain 0 0certain certain publications from the eoytnen enjoyment enjoymentof t of secondclass mail privileges This was wasin wasin wa wain I in accordance with rece...

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. — 19 October 1901

I v u OO OO0 OOOO OO 00 0 00 0 OO0300000 OO0300000SOPT SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEET FEETi FEETYou i You will find JOHN G KEENE at the old ld stand stand standi e i 908 C STREET N WL a W Mccm Building BundingWITH BuildingWITH i WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSAmong GOODSr Ii IiAmong r Among my leaders for SOFT SOFTthe FOR EASY EASYWEARING FOR FORWOMEN NEAT FOR LONG LONGLASTING FOR i the Fall and Winter of omn tbHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES l 1901 I are a re I I a I I00J SOLED MEN WEARING WOMEN APPEARING MISSES LASTING BOYS 00J 000009 OO OOOO0 0 000 G300 0 IOO I Sheep Raising Raisingon on Ranches Sheop raising while It may seem seemsimple seemiilmple seemsimple simple to the Inexperienced Is a most mostdifficult mostdifficult mostdifficult difficult business to successfully con conduct con11uct conduct ¬ duct says the Anaconda Standard StandardThe StandardThe StandardThe The sheep must bo carefully herdedand herded herdedand herdedand and one day of neglect will scatter...

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. — 19 October 1901

I i ii L TJfE TJfEi r t f s sM sc i M ia law lawr lawVUL13 I c I L r rI ri I + r = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = i 4 VOL VUL13 13 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 iJ1901 1901 NO 39 39I 393i i p + J > I i SUMMARY OF THE LATEST NEWS NEWSDoneillc NEWSDomesllc NEWS NEWSpomalla Doneillc DomesllcMr pomallaMr DoneillcMr Mr W W Rockhill the commission commissioner er who represented the United States in inthe in inthe fnthe the negotiations between China and the thef theallies f i allies has arrived at Victoria on his way wayof wayto wayf f to Washington He talks interestingly interestinglyof of the situation in China ChinaAssistant ChinaAssistant ChinaAssistant Assistant Postmaster General Madden Maddenissued Madclcnissued Maddenissued issued his first order for exclusion of ofcertain ofcertain ofI I certain publications from the enjoyment enjoymentof eno nient nientt This t of secondclass mail privileges This 1 his was wasin wasin wasin in accordance with recent amendme...

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. — 19 October 1901

i i M wwww + w iwwlr ww Ydw + a rrww wrr t ic 1 THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN fCiTIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C COf C Cor COf Of course It Is perfectly natural that thatn thatrt n horse laugh fiiuno me o up from the pos postures pastures pnstures ¬ tures when announcement was all made wadetint madeHint 1Ill O Hint 1 hnt nu electric vehicle < hlclo company hasfailed has hasfailed lIn lInCalle failed Calle for 5000000 5000000In I 6000000In OOOOOOIn In estimating the cost of the great groatsteel glClt8to1 greatsteel steel strike tho lam to the men isplaced Is Isplaced I I1111cC1 placed nt 10000000 that to the cor corporation C01Ioratlon coiporatlmt ¬ poration Ioratlon nt 15000000 1 > 000000 It Is added addedtlmt 1l1llcllthnt addc4tltnt tlmt the latter will In largo part bo bomade UOmul1e bomade made up U1 hut the wages are lost for forOne forever ever everOne 1 1One One of the hest products of civiliza clvlllzathou civilization chlIIzntlon ¬ thou Is the...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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