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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 11 January 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 11 January 1902

II < 1 1THE THE SUBURBAN 2TEEIIr 2TEEIIrSATtJItDAY CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY I ISAIUltDAY SATURDAY JANUARY 11 111002 111002I 111002Instruotlons 11V 11j 1002 1002ln I V j ln Instruotlons truotlon t Subtcrlbors SubtcrlborsPomos SubcrlborPOSTAnaThe SubaorlboraPoerAncThe Pomos POSTAnaThe The postage po tne to all pam part of theQnlted th thPolled the theI I Polled States and Canada U paid plJJ by the theabllbers theubUahers theubnbhers abllbers ubnbhers1tEMIrTAxCte abllbersHEMITTAKCTM ubUahersREIIITTUca HEMITTAKCTM of small Bums mal be tn made madelith madev1th t tilh lith ilh comparative oafety In ordinary letter letterum letteJlI1mll lettersIsums Isums I1mll um o of one dollar or more must mu t besont by byr brregistered bypgtetered registered r Klatcrcd letter lett < r or poet postoffice olaco monfy order orderitnerwlao orderNherwlao I Iatherwlso i itnerwlao we cannot be bereJponalbloforsame bereJponalbloforsameOIIUfGE rejponolblo for forsame same sameCruKflEOF OIIUfGE CruKflEOF ...

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. — 11 January 1902

I THE POET AND FATE IN COLLOQUY COLLOQUYFate COLLOQUYFate COLLOQUYFate Fate FateSingers FateSinters FateSingers Singers who charmed the earth are dead deadWhy deadj deadjWhy deadWhy Why singest thou today todayThe todayTile to day dayThe The Poet PoetBecause PoetBec PoetBecause Because Bec use the laughing rose is red redAnd redlnd redAnd And white the scented may Uta UtaAnd And newborn golden tolden light i is shedOn shed shedOn shedOn On silver stream and bay bayFat ba baFate bayFate Fat FatThou Fate FateThou FateThou Thou dwellest mid n heedless race raceThey raceThey raceThey They worship naught but gold goldThe goldThe goldThe The Poet Poetf Poetxet PoetYet f Yet et will I lift a tearless fnee fneeTowards fneeTorards faceTowards Towards beauty bctul as of old oldHer 01dHer odHer Her boons of love her gifts ifts of grace graceAre iraceArc graceAre Are won but by the bold boldFate boldFate boldFate Fate FateShelley FateShcncy FateShelley Shelley is dead and nd Kent is gone goneAn...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 11 January 1902

I L 1 1J J Thd i Iubl lubleIty ubf itr of in inYou it itc I IYou c You ouijhtnt to have turned me med0wn mcdJ3Wfl down that way Luella said young youngSpoonamore youngSpoonalnore youngSpoonairore I Spoonamore as they rode home from fromUK fromthc I Ithe I UK swell party partyI I II 7n In what way 1 innocently asked Miss MissQuickstep MislQuitkstep MissI I Quickstep Kept me dancing attendance on you youall youalt youall all evening and when I tried to talk to toyou toyou tcI I you as I did several times you turned turncilyour turnedback 411 your back on me Is that the way all allyoune allyoung a1 a1Fr Fr young women treat the men they theyre re en engaged engaged ¬ 1 gaged to marry 1 1Yes Yes if the men arc too fresh41Vas fresh freshWas freshW3S 41Vas Was I too fresh freshA freshI 1 1A I A little dear dearDid dearDid I Did you wnnt to humiliate me before beforeall beforeall beforcall all those people peopleOh peoplej peopleOh j Oh no she said lightly But you youcall youneeded youneed...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 11 January 1902

1 i I d OO OOIOOOO 00 OO00000 ero OO00 000 OO OO000 OOOO 0 0i i I SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEET FEETVOlt FEETYou VOlt will find JOJ8N Ge G JRCEENE at the old stand standI I 908 G STREET N SS0 a W 9 Mecm Building BuiidmgWITH BuildingWITII I i WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSgj GOODSg GOODSAmong g gj Among my leaders for SOFT fBJflCC FOR EASY iUflCC inr FOR NEAT QyflCQ F FOR ° R L lONG ° N Ng ° FOR FORthe FORthe < g the Fall arid Winter Wint r of SOLED SHfUCS HyM Uib MEN WEARING wHUlW SHOES WOMEN APPEARING OHUEid SDJOES n MISSES LASTING SLIDES O1H uavmM uavmMfi 11 BOYS i fi > B 1901 iy aT 8 Ct are I 5 H at Mfc n T j f = 00 = OOOO OOOO 09 OOtOO0000 OO OO ra < Jtr ra ea 1IM efaoea nCo ca < W > o ea ea tt c S Fond of Me Men and Women Womenv i Who ho Woro Par o v 0 the W Veed eed flat to Tobacco I r4Y S IlSY u H > JLYC J > aS > > < JIlIl I1ttYKJLYVLY > oJ QYCitLYCLY > J 86 The effect of tobacco smoking upon uponthe pponthe lponthelnt...

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. — 18 January 1902

T n nII II f fI I 11 11il il lit i 7fi 7fioaa oaa p1 NCet i rli w < < i S 1 1i VOL 1B WASHINGTON D 0 SATJCTRDAY JANUARY 18 1902 NO NO3 3 57 C DRUNKEN FATHERS FATHERSm UATIURS1i0RRBLIa m HORRIBLE CRIME CRIMEI I i Kills His filsRAILSPLITTER Wife and Cuts and Hacks HacksSleeping flacksSleeping Sleeping Children Childrenif Childreni if i RAILSPLITTER RML SPLITTER USED AS WEAPONf WEAPON WEAPONThe WEAPONTbe f The Three Children Were Asleep In One of oftbe oftbe ofthe tbe Beds and the Brutal Father Rusbed to tobe 10tbe toi i the be Bed and Rained Blow After Blow Upon Uponthe Uponi i the Sleeping Little Ones OnesTbere There Is Very VeryLittle VeryLittle r Little Hope of Their Recovery RecoveryPittsburg Recoveryj 1 I III II j Pittsburg Special SpedalA A ghastly dis discovery disI discovery ¬ I covery was made here when some someneighbors someneighbors someE E neighbors hearing cries coming from fromthe fromI fromthe I the residence of Vinenzo Visolek a Pole Polej Polebroke PoleL L j br...

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. — 18 January 1902

i II r s THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN rCiTIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C Clien CBen G GHen Hen Franklin discovered electricity electricityby electricityby electricityby by flying kites In a rainstorm Perhaps Perhapsthe Perhnpsthe Ferltapstbe the inveterate golfer may yet do some something sometiling something thing great and useful in connection connectionwith connectlcnwith connecticnwith with his favorite pastime pastimeIn In sixty million years from now the thedays thedays thedays days on this earth will according to toSir toSir toSir Sir Robert Robcrt Ball be twice no long as nsat asat asat at present But lets not do any wor worrying worrying VOl VOlrylng ¬ rying now about having to workxovcB workxovcBtime workover workovertime workovertitime time on account of the change changeThe changeThe changeThe The attempt to bring about In Lon London London London ¬ don the employment of young girls as nsmessenger asmessenger asmessenger messenger boys lias Inv...

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. — 18 January 1902

I Ci Ciiir i iir 1 1il If il SUBURBAN ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSI ASSOCIATIONSI ASSOCIATIOLUt I List of Officers Vogctlier W WTime With WltlI Time and Place of Meeting fleetingIf rieetlntrW 1 I I If 1 IN THE KLTER OF THESE TH SE ASSOCIATIO ASSOCIATIOTHE ASSO iATIONTHE IATIONS IATIONSrill rill THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALL ALLTHl ALLTH ALLTHE THE TH PEOPLE PEOPL OF THE SUBURBS SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast East End Suburban CitizenAssociation Citizen CltlzansAssociation CitizensAssoeiatimll AssociationMealing Association AssoeiatimllMeottng Mealing nro held the lit Man ManilnT 1IlonIn Monday day In liv Evaing > ulriR In cnoli month at atinthuml ntHUh atlath inthuml HUh and II Ktrnets N 1 1OFFICERS L LOFFICERS JOFFICERS OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPreshlent OFFICERSPresident President WIIllam WilltamlIErnostj WillllllnlI II Ernest Vi ViPresident Vice VicePrc VicePresident President Prc ident Hugh A AKnne Knnoj Secretary SecretaryM J JM Jt t M Woodj Wood Tre...

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. — 18 January 1902

THE SUBURBAN CITIOT GITILSNWASHINCTON CITIOTWASHINGTON CITII I IIi Ii WASHINGTON D C ClID Cz CQ lID I z 4 Q Jburnal frl r tinotai moW to k Ar A Jtrrtiti 11 tf 0 On OnJtfiidenti 1MlIuil WlkridenL Jtfiidenti lIuil n of II Ow Suburb t of ICaaMngtone ICaaMngtonrVDLiSIIED WaiMngton WaiMngtonMJBLIBHKD WaMglonIDBLI8 e MJBLIBHKD IDBLI8 ED WRKHXT BY BTflu BYfbj BYg flu g Suburban Su urbcu Citizen Ne Ncirspaiior spapcr Co CoX COI COIM C0a X M WOO WOOT > BnilMoka nwuJ MaExgcF bdaataerNo MaExgcFNo HlIItpNo No 011 10th Street N E EWASHINGTON EW EWABUZIOTOH WASHINGTON W D 0 0ttt 0m 0hi 0 0Drs m ttt OoKTBimrrons are Btiilneei Bt IDeli Men Ban Banat DIl DIllllee Buuses lllee at Wmen W mn BcUntUtaPlalc Fsop sopllraTo sopllraToMere eop1eTravNan Tr v vM Mere M ri Poet etc eta In 5tner 1her words wordsopl wordeopl wordspaople paople eopl opl familiar whereof they write who whoell whoU whoboU boU ell U their Ibetrstorlee heir stories to a way Iha th bA + will m tnureit tnureitMr InhreltlOr tntsrestu ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 18 January 1902

Y IRE SUBURBAN SU HURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSATUUDAY m1lZEWrt CITIZENSAFUItD1Y n nSATUItDA Wrt SATUUDAY y JANUARY 18 15X12 Instruction t 5ub Sublcrlberll SublcrlberllIOTAoEThe SubaorlberaPosnarThe orlbars orlbarsFoiTiax > FoiTiax IOTAoEThe The pestagn to all parts of the thif thlhlted theslatted f slatted lted State and Canada U paid by thettbuhers th thttbiishers the thlbllhers ttbiishers ttbiishersKiwmHflYi ttbuhersHFa1TTANnxa bllherslilJITTilllnlof KiwmHflYi lilJITTilllnlof ot small Bums Bum may bo made madeTjthoomi madenth modenth nth Tjthoomi oOmlnrllve > uwfve safety In ordlmuy ordinr ey letter letterurn lettenawnll awnll fume urn of one dollar or more must mu t bejaent beeent by byregistered bylltered byt 1 t rrgUteredlettnrorpoat registered lltered Icttnr or poatofflce omce mom momyorderi momyorderiI momyorderietherwlse1 y order ordertthenvise I Iherwlse tthenvise we tuimottaroapouilble eaunotberoapondblelorsame eaunotberoapondblelorsameOuAros Ul1not 0 rcaponelblo for same...

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. — 18 January 1902

0 o pNs RFg1 RFg1USE USE OF THE PIN PINHie PINhe PINuse use he Very Important fart It flays In n nVoimin RVOD1uu awomun4 womun4 Voimin Life LlfeA LifeA LifeA A great deal of scorn Is heaped upon uponthe upontho uponthe the woman who as the saying sayln goes goesis goesIs goesis is pinned together She Is put down downas downas downas as untidy and lazy and generally shift shiftless sbUtless shiftless less The scornful critics c1l tics do not stop stopto IItol1to stopto to consider that the most artistic artisticFrench artisticFrench artisticFrench French dresses and hats are seldom seldomwell seldomell seldomwell well ell made that graceful and lovely lovelyas oelyas as they are the mere m re stltchcry Is very verylight verylight verylight light and unreliable opt to give way wayat wayat wayat at any moment French hooks and andeyes nndeyes andeyes eyes frills and bows are nil apt to tocome tocontI tocome come off after one sewing Mere sew sewing sewIng sewlag ¬ ing Is not the artisti...

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. — 18 January 1902

J J Ji r i M I Y = 1 1II Moth MothMy Mother Mother MotherU II My mother was WB troubled with withconsumption withconsumption withL1 consumption for many years Atlast At Atlast AtJ L1 J last she was given up to die Then Thenshe Thenshe Thenshe she tried Ayers Cherry ChC Pector Pectoral Pectoraland l land y and was speedily cured curedNo curedDP curedi DP i P Jolly Avoca N Y YNo YNo No matter how hard hardyour hardi hardyour i your cough or how long longyou longyou I you have had It Ayers Ayersf AyersCherry AyersCherry Cherry Pectora f is I IIts the thebest thebest best thing you can take takeIts takeIts Its too risky to wait waituntil waituntil waituntil until you have consump consumption con consumption sump sumpr ¬ r tion If you are coughingtoday coughing coughingtoday coughingtoday today get a bottle ofCherry or orCherry of ofCherry Cherry Pectoral at once onceTbrtsslz oncet Tbrtsslz Thlt dun st25cMcJl 121a10a 2Sc IOc SI AlKranlts AlKranltsConsult AIIlIInllisCOnilia AU dni titi ti...

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. — 18 January 1902

iM r I p i ff I a aI aUSE s USE OF THE PIN PINHie PINrhe PINShe She Very fry Important 1art art It Flay In InIVoinnni InVomous IVoinnni VOInIlU Life LifeA LifeA LireA A great deal of scorn Is heaped upo upothe the woman who ns the saying goes goetfIs goetlIs goesIs Is pinned together She Is put dowias as untidy and lazy and generally shift shiftless shIrtless shiftless less The scornful critics do not stojto to consider that tho most mC > st French dresses and hats arc seldom seldomwell seldomwell seldomwell well made mndej that graceful and lovely lovelyns lovely ioelyas as they nre the mere m re stltchery Is verylight very verylight ver verlight light and unreliable apt to give wayat way waynt waynt nt any moment French I rencl1 hooks and andeyes nndeyes andeyes eyes frills rills and bows are all apt to tocome tocome tocome come off after aeterone one sewing Mere sew sewing sewIng sowing ¬ ing Is not the artistic thing for or whichone which whichone whlcl1one one pays exorbitan...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 18 January 1902

i 1 tf = a7frrllgl a7frrllglcomer I ICI Mother MotherMy CI t My mother was WB troubled with withconsumption withconsumption withconsumption consumption for many years At Atlost Atlost Atlast lost she was given up to die Then Thenshe Thenshe Thenshe she tried Ayers Cherry Che Chcrry Pectoral Pectoraland Pectoraland PectoralI I and was speedily cured curedNo curedD curedD D P Jolly Avoca N Y YNo YNo No matter how hardyour hard hardyour hardyour your cough or how long longyou longyou longyou you have had it hi AyersCherry Ayers AyersCherry AyersCherry Cherry Pectoral Pectoral Is the thebest thebest thebest best thing you can take takeIts takeIts takeIts Its too risky to wait waituntil waituntil waituntil until you have consump consumption consumption consumption ¬ tion If you are coughing coughingtoday coughingtoday coughingtoday today get a bottle of ofCherry ofI Cherry Pectoral at once onceTarts onceIt I 1 I jf It ThrtulUIl Tarts sliti t 2S ZSc 2k10a KOc 50 II All dra d drsntdt drsnt...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 18 January 1902

t r r OOOO OOOOOOOOOO00OO 0000 0 0000 0000SOFT 1 SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEET FEETV FEETYou FEETYou V < 0 0at You kill find JOHN I G KEENE at the old stand standWlcCill I i 908 C STREET N Na W WlcCill Building Buildingp BuildingWIh i iWITH p d WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSAmong GOODS GOODSAmong I If f Among my leaders for SOFT SOFTthe bHflr FOR EASY EASYWEARING FOR NEAT FOR LONG FOR the Fall a and t1 Winter W nte of o SHOES SUJO ES SHOES SHOES j 1901 are omen iULtu SOLED MEN WEARING cflUL rd WOMEN APPEARING MISSES LASTING LAS TING OflU O BOYS BOYSOOOO JOR OOOO OO 0 00000 OOOO0300 00 OO OO I Tab on o Universe UniverseBOSTON BOSTON ASTRONOMER CONSTRUCTS CONSTRUCTSWONDERFUL CONSTRVCTSWONDERFVL CONSTRUCTSWONDERFUL WONDERFUL MECHANISM Mr Charles N Packard of Boston BoitonMass I IMass lMass Mass who keops himself closeted from fromthe tromtho fromthe the outer world most of the time In a adark a adnrk adark dark room forecasts an astronomical astronomicalevent a...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 25 January 1902

i wif wif1J l 1J 1J4b 4b 4bl 4bT I T ys E Ei A M D p i t L mN IlV tiL T M j 7 r = I VOL VOL13 i3 1 WAsHINGTON WASHINGTON D DO 0 SATURDAY JANUARY 25 251902 1902 NO NO 4 I R STANDING ARMY ARMYIN A ARMYIN MY MYIN IN PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESOca P ILIPPINES Oed tali Gives Ills Views About Condl Condilions CondltlODS Condllions lions In the Islands IslandsNOT IslnadsNOT IslandsNOT NOT BEST TO HAVE FREE TRADE TRADEBefore TRADEBefore TRADEBelore Before the be Close of oltbe the Year He Thinks ThinksFifteen ThInksFlfteeo ThinksFifteen Fifteen Thousand Men Will Be All That ThatWill TbatWill ThntWIII Will De Needed NeededTbe The Native Constabu Constabuxlary Cooltabulary Constsbuglary glary lary If a Oood Force ForceAbout About Five Thous Thousand Tbousaud Thousand ¬ and Can Be Enlisted EnlistedSan EollstedSan EnlistedSan San Francisco Cal Ca Special SpeciaLRegard SpeciaLRegarding Regard Regarding RegardIng ¬ ing the standing army in the Fhilipines FhilipinesGovernor PhllipinesGovernor Pltilipi...

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. — 25 January 1902

I T THE R SUBURBAN ICITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZEN OITIZEN1WASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CFrench Ct 1 A French Fre h economst economist o ni t Las hn figured out outthat outthat outthat that as compared with France the thelower tholower thelower lower freight rates In Germany effect effectan elrectan erectan an annual saving to the German In Industrles Industries Industries dustries of 510000000 10000000 Frances great greatneed greatneed greatneed need he thinks Is more canals canalsThe canalsTbo canalsTho The industrial depression at present presentprevailing presentprevailing presentprevailing prevailing In Germany Is accompanied accompaniediwltli accompaniedwJUI accompaniedwltr iwltli the customary manifestations of ofpoverty ofpoverty ofpoverty poverty and distress among the th work workIng wor1CIng working ¬ ing classes classestho the establishment of soup souphouses souphouses souphouses houses and free food depots for their theirrelief tbelrrellet theirrelief relief ...

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. — 25 January 1902

> u Ib 1 rt I I r I SUBURBAN ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSList List of Officers together Wit WitTime With WithTime WithTime Time and Place ol o fleeting fleetingIN IN THE MTER LTER OF THESE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONTHE ASS06iATIONSTHE ASSO iATiONS iATiONSTHE THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALL ALLTHI ALLTHt ALLTHE THE PEOPLE PEOPl OF THE SUBURBS SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast East End Suburban Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociations AssociationMeeting Association Associationsnfeetings Meeting nre held the lit Mon fllonrtuy Mon1u rtuy 1 1u livening nllln In encli month at at15th atl atlath lath l tb and 11 Street N 1C 1COFFICERS EOFFICERS cOFFICERS OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSIreshdent President William H Ernest Ernestj Vice VicePresident VIceI VicePrcaldept I President Prc ldeJlt Hugh A Kane Kunej Secretary J JM JM JM1Vood M M1Vood Wood Woodj Treasurer Tretl UIer Aug WStuboner WStubonerjSSTTotal W Stuboner StubonerTotal StubonerTota...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 25 January 1902

1 I ran SUBURBAN cuizn cuiznWASHINGTON CITIZHIW GITIX L LWASHINGTON WASHINGTON W D C CrMI Cm m 60A 4 Jbiinwl rMI drroM orH to fie fc Ibtoruft lA Nt c of eM Akbesiden1e eMJ V VJBerioknl JBerioknl of J the U 6 suburb o oj WaiM Wa1IIgton Wa1IIgtonPI1DL19RED WaMngtonr WaMngtonUIILISUED gton gtonH71ILI8IIED r H71ILI8IIED TCKKKIY I1T I1Ttot 111f1le tot Man Citizen KO taper staaar Co COI COu 4 u M it WOO WOOJ BnstHow Uu1I aoii Manages ManagesNo Haute HauteNo HAJUt HAJUtNo No Oil 6111mh 10th Street N NE NEWABHZSOTOH E EWABHlliG70N EWABBEHOT08 WABHZSOTOH D 0ITS 0 0tra 0r 0In r ITS OowniBCTOHi Oe rrmanTOae are Btttlnea BIi llIe81 Men Butpleeslvomon But But8t DUIS pleeslvomon 8t S Wemon BcUntlittllaln Scllntllt8lI BclentteteilatnsoplsTrav BclentteteilatnsoplsTravsutra la 90ploTrav 90ploTravUn 90pl TraT TraTeltr sutra Un Tcati etc eto la Sther her words wordswplt wordspll wordspie wplt pie familiar fau I1tar whereof they thl write who whoill wholieU whotaatheir taatheir lieU ill their stories a...

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. — 25 January 1902

i Jl d > < L W 1 THE SUBURBAN CllIZEN CllIZENpo L LTxr po poSATURDAY Txr a aSA1CRDAY SATURDAY JANUARY 25 1902 1002Instruotlono 1902Instruotlono H02Instruotlon Instruotlono tr t > Subnorlbers SubnorlbersPomoz SublorlborPOSTAGETho Subeorlber5PorrhGzTbe Pomoz POSTAGETho The postage to nil pnrtsot parts of o t the theTailed thehlted thepatted Tailed States and Canada Is paid by the theblihers thel1bllhers therbllLhers l1bllhers l1bllhersRFUTTLImlof rbllLhers rbllLhersRFLtXTTM blihers blihersRKMimnoxi RFLtXTTM RKMimnoxi RFUTTLImlof C U ol o small sums may be made randsjth madenth madepith nth jth comparative safety In ordlnay ordinal y lettcn letterurns lettcn1Uniof lettcnIuma Iuma urns 1Uniof of one dollar or more must bojeont beeont by byroplttered byro bypqietered ro roplttered < < lItered letter lett r or poBtofllce post oflce roomy ordori ordoriHnerwbe order ordertthorwf3e t tNherwbe Hnerwbe TTO 0 cannot b be bereeponelbleorsame bereeponelbleorsameOuisax res pontlble ...

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