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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 March 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. — 1 March 1902

i i THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZENSAfUUDAY CITIZENSArURDAY = = SATURDAY MARCH IARClll 1 1002 1002Initruotloni It02m It02nltruotlonl i ii ii m i i Initruotloni nltruotlonl t tt Subscribers SubscribersPowios SublcrlbarlPosuGzTbe SubaoriberaPosrioxThe Powios PosuGzTbe The postage to all parts of the thefitted theIted thelilted fitted Ited Btlt Btnttte c and Canada It paid pal by the thejubllihere thlGbllhers theNtblbhere jubllihere jubllihereKrKiTTAMOxB NtblbhereitratrrtANaxsof Gbllhers GbllhersIIFIIUTT1NCXII KrKiTTAMOxB itratrrtANaxsof ot ItuMl sums may Inn bemud bemudith be made mderith madeflith rith ith comparative safety In ordlntvfy or lnlOiT letter letterBums letteJILhme letterIumA Bums of one dollar ox moro must talent bostlnt ba pent by byrKlttred brlllttred byralatetedlettrorpostofleo ralatetedlettrorpostofleo rKlttred letter or postoffice moaryordert moaryordertNherwieo moary m01l1 Y order ord t titaerwltjo itaerwltjo wo Aooaunotberaponrlbleforeame Aooaunotbera...

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. — 1 March 1902

r IT T THE GREAT UNSATISFIEDTha UNSATISFIED UNSATISFIEDThoonen UNSATISFIEDI I Thoonen Tho uen en who are not satisfied satisfiedTh aatsledAfc satisfiedAfc Afc they who let the pn pnII pace paceThe II Th The nitn m mn n who do not meet m t defeat defeatI 1 I I With calm contented face faceThe fneeThe faceThe The men who labor on and on onThey onWith onWtth With minds and fingers skilfed skilfedTh skilled skilledThey They Th are the great unsatisfied unsatisfiedi unsatisfiedWho i Who plan and fight and build buildThe buildThe buildThe The men who arc not satisfied satisfiedThey satUficdThey s3UliollThey They are the ones who lead leadThey leadi leadThey They force humanity ahead aheadBy ahe3 ahe3By aheadBy By trident word and deed deedThey dee deeThey deedTheqy They bring us out of bygone ways waysThey w3lsi1he1 waysThey They guide us through the dark darkTo darkTo darkTo To where Borne man unsatisfied unsatisfiedHoa unsatisfiedline unsatisfiedHas line set a shining mark markThe markT...

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 March 1902

rt TTrn IT e < UTidcnco of a Wonderful Also AlsoA AlraA AgoA A steamer that sailed sai1 d from New Yorkthis York Yorkv Yorkthis v this week for a I4ooomile 14ooo mile excursion excursion in inV inthe inthe V the Orient carried among others 75 75J 75clergymen 75clergymen J clergymen too Bible students 75 pank pankclerks bank bankclerks bankclerks clerks and 179 spinsters young and not notso notso 1 so young It is a wonderful age ana anawe and andwe andi i we expect to live to go to church church Inc picnics pic picnics Incflies ¬ nics in Hawaii and Kaffirland KaffirlandThe KaffirlandTbe KaffirlandThe The Egg Kg and ntl tlllJ i Lawyer LawyerI I have one great advantage over overyou overyou overyou you said the egg to the lawyer lawyerI know when youare you youare 1 1 UUIl dont i auiiyvi suppose you jw jware are beat beat said the follower of Coke CokePooh CokePooh CokePooh Pooh I said the egg eg egg And I know knowwhen knowwhen knowwhen when Im addled too tooAnd tooAnd tooAnd And 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. — 1 March 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 March 1902

t 1 4 TUE b lJP lJPVOL u i P a I u x F µ q I f J I f d i 1 1VOL It tytMaf VOL 13 WASHINGTON DO D C SATURDAY MARCH 8 1902 NO 10 0 816 SNOWSTORMS SNOWSTOR1ISd SNOWSTORMSA6AIN d AGAIN PLAY HAVOC HAVOCRailroad HAVOCRailroad Railroad Travel Was Tied Up ant sadI antWIres I WIres Down DownSLEET DOI1SLEET SLEET AND RAIN FOLLOWED SNOW SNOWIt It Degas la the South lad Increased Ie Islateaalty IeIIIteally IIIteally lilt as it Pursued a Nortbern Coum CoumRailroad CouraeRailroad Railroad Traffic Was Impeded and Estiro II IIthe the Allezbaalrs aDd Blue lue Ridge Many Trl1lrll Trl1lrllWere TralotWere Were Stalled StalledThe StalledThe The heaviest snowstorm of the winter winteris winteris is reported in the Middle Atlantic States Statesto to the great discomfort of the people an anthe and andthe the disgust of railroad and telegraph of officials officials ficials who were just about getting their theirproperties theirproperties properties in shape after the seVere test testof testof of last week 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. — 8 March 1902

T 1 1 OJ V 1 mE SUB SUBURBAN RB N OITIZER OITIZERWASHINGTON ICiTIZEN ICiTIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D DTexans C CTexans Texans i aro r ngaln urging that the tbebattlefield thebattlefield battlefield of San Jacinto be made 11 11state aState state park The State bought the and Inntlsome andsome some time ago but little lies yet been beeu1one beendone done to Improve and beautify It for forpark forpark park purposes and the nelghborln nelghborlneMmers > r rfarmers farmers pasture their cows there tbereoJ thereIndustrially oJ oJIndnstTlnl1y Industrially It t Is no longer the Old OldMTorld OldSVorld MTorld It Is New Europe and Old OldAmerica OldAmerica America I It Is New Europe n land lanllof landof of undeveloped possibilities abounding nboundlngIn In opportunity for keen captains of ofIndustry ofindustry Industry It Is mature America the theexemplnr theexemplar exemplar of modern InduEtrlal meth methods methods ods perfected mechanical ideas and nndripe andrlpe ripe economic policy ...

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 March 1902

n n Ij J 11 11II II IIo o i 1 1c 1DESICNED 1t c t I l I t c I DESIGNED TO TOWEAR WEAR IN THE SPRING SPRINGNew SPRINGIewBtyles t tNew New IewBtyles Stjles to l be e Introduced Introduced by b the Arbates Ar Arlitter V VbUer litter or fashion fashionSpring FaehlamSpring I ISpring Spring fabrics of every weight and andkind andkind J Jkind kind are are arl displayed in the store win windows windows windoors ¬ dows and In tho ready to wear artictes ar articles nrtides ¬ Sheer fabrics suchas such suchas tides o of clothing f fas as etamlnes batiste silk warp sub sublimes subUmes sublimes ¬ limes grenadines etc arc to b bl be sCOOt aeonand sCOOtend seouand and the ho light wool and worsted orsted materials mate materials mnwrials ¬ rials nro among those sought for the thefirst thlfirst thefirst first spring days Materials known ns nsthe nstho usthe the basket weaves in light colors and andblack andblack 1 1black black are arelmong among tho novel effects effectsmuch effectsmuch J Jmuch muc...

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 March 1902

rT uO > TIE SOBUR SUBURBAN AX CfflZEI CfflZEIWASHINGTON CITI CIIifWASHINGTON I 1 1WASHINQTON WASHINGTON D Do Dg C CJournal Cd d Journal duet inotti oW d to M M fntiniti JraIIrf tf Owetidents Ow OnJkrfdtanU JkrfdtanU IDerid etidents nte tf the fiufcwri 1It1 Fs oj WasMagtonPUBLI2AED WaiMnyton WaiMnytonrVBLISDBD I rVBLISDBD WEEKLY BY BYftBSnMD Drna BivOI na ftBSnMD Subnrban Citizen Noffstoar Ne spaDer CoD Co CoJT COM JT If WOO W0073 VO OP > > BualasaMwga BualasaMwga1P Bu BnlRna ls w BCku BCkuffo KIUlIP t tN N ffo Oi 611 il 1 10th loth Oth Streot N E EWABH1HQIOH EWA6BISOTOH t tWABBlJlGlOI WABH1HQIOH D 0 0tm 0JeJlTl1lnOILl Obr j tm omnraiBrroKi < aro re Business BtiiltuI Wen 3n 3niHtetWcmau Tag TagNeeWeoroe iHtetWcmau I et WlmllR Bclentlitirikln set0nttsbPlstnteopleTrsv set0nttsbPlstnteopleTrsvNan soplTrav soplTravrI opUTr T T6irt Nan rI ro PosU H etc eta In otter her words wordsMyl wordsMb Mb Myl familiar whereof her ot they tile write 1II1ko who wholU whoU whoL 51 lU U thei...

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 March 1902

j A THE SUBURB SUBURBAN zi Q1TIZEH Q1TIZEHSATURDAY QITIZENSATURDAY LJL LJL76SA1UBDAY 76SA1UBDAY SATURDAY MAHCH 8 1902 1902Initruotlon 1 1102I 2 2Instruotlon I + 1 f fr fi fInatruotlona r i Inatruotlona Initruotlon t Subscriber SubscriberPOSTAOE SuborlberPOSTLoJlThe 5ubsortberaPosrwaThe POSTAOE POSTLoJlThe The postage to all parts ot th tht tbhUed tbs tbstilted hUed t lt < Kl Santee S nttt and Canada Is paid pILI by the thepbuahora thibiiihcr tb tbbUlbera pbuahora pbuahoraRrttitTAArree biiihcr biiihcrBRMITTANR bUlberaJI BRMITTANR JI IIII1TJN 1 of email mnllumIIl1Dr sums may be m mad madnth madenih de deith nth ith comparative cafety safety atot In ordinary ordinal letter letterupliterod lette lettelimiot letterfume fume limiot of ODe dollar or more II1U must t besenl be eont br e upliterod < < latercd IctlT cr poatofflco money order orderbernlse ordertherwfee i iitbenrlse itbenrlse we e annot b bereponllbleforl4llle bereponllbleforl4llleiuuu be reipontlble toreame toreameGUA...

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 March 1902

rr E T I THE B GETTER TTER WAY He NntI his count country belt beltIlho be beWhoSolnl WhoSolnl Ilho joins the tide that lIna her no notyon notyonFoe o oF F Foe IJelCb baa myriad tongue f farrevery farreveryAnd ncr1 ncr1liar And song lOng liar but one and 1w wiU witho o the thebreMt thebreast breast breMtr breastIA r IA t1ouger than the graven law In on stone stoneTliete tonoTbeTe TbeTe y a better tter way Ih serves hll country beet lxstWho beetWbo Who lives pure lifo And doeth riglttca riglttcadeeds deeds deedsAnd deed deedAnlt And wallca straight paths however othe othestray stray And leaves h his lI011l sons IU uttermost bequest bcqucatA A stainless rerordwhichnil record which all men may fClU read readThis This fa the better way Susan Coolidge Old Jephson was ono oC those proud prol1dsenslthe proudsensftve senslthe bright old men who clhtnt didntquite clhtntquite quite understand why ho wasntabreast wasnt wasntnbrelst abreast oC the procession Young YoungJephsou YOl1ntJephson Jeph...

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. — 8 March 1902

I I i INDUSTRIAL STANDARDS STANDARDSPRODUCTS STANDARDSPRODUCTS TANDARDSPRODUCTS PRODUCTS PRODUCTS OF ALL FACTORIES FACTORI S MADE MADEON MADEON MADEON ON SIMILAR SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONStJtandnrilliatton SPECIFICATIONSIItDndorllb SPECIFICATIONStandnrdlultlon Nor tJtandnrilliatton IItDndorllb tlon 1or or Enulnen Dynamo BynnmoilioxCnri DnDlnOIlIosCorl 1 lioxCnri unit 11 8tenuiripe atenm FIpe rianRC ylangeaj rianRCLonir JJl nltel nltelLOll j Long LOll BtriiRRle Val Uniformity Untfo city lil of orltDIl orltDIlWDY Kail KailTho itnltwuy WDY Gauge GauJcThe GaugeThe The principle oC stnudnrdJzatlon the theadoption theI1110ptlon theadoptlou adoption of uniform systems of measurcmenls meas measurements measurements ¬ urements and units Is being extended extendedto to more and moo branches of engi englneering engineering efijlneerlng ¬ neering and an the mechanic arts The Tliorecent 1borecent Therecent recent reports of committees appoInted appoIntedby appointeeby appointedby by various 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. — 8 March 1902

P OOOOOOOO I8I00 OOOOOOOO OO OO OO 0 0000 OOOOOO OO 0 I 1 SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEET FEETYou gg gj I You will find JOHN J G Go KEENE at the old stand i iI I 908 C STREET N 6 W MCGHI Building BundingWITH BuildingWITH gg ggWITH WITH THE T it E USUAL FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSMmong GOODS GOODSAmong I If f Mmong Among my leaders leaders leaders ior for SUM SOFT yfljTO N FOR EASY UfiE FOR NEAT QLIflCQ fOR fORWter LONG FOR I the Fall seed Hinter W nte ° of SHOES S HOES SHOES N l 1901 ra raeah are eah e e SOLED dHUEd OflUL MEN WEARING OilUEid flUE WOMEN APPEARING OnULO MISSES LASTING LAST ING U SHOES I BUIUJ BOYS i OO OOOO OO OO 0 0OOOO OO OOOOOO ooOO OOOO OO OO t r Woman Owner Owner of Mag Magnificent Magnificent Magnificent = = nificent Texas Te as Ranch J t Mrs C N Whitman of Denver owns ownsthe ownsthe ownsthe the largest ranch of any woman in the thoworld theworld theworld world It is located In Texas near nearTascosa nenrTascosa nearTascosa Tascosa and is called the L 1...

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 March 1902

0 a at I > t j ji i I c hL < f frNE H rNE rNEI 43 43H 43i 43I 43VOL i I I VOL 13 WASHINGTON D c SATURDAY MARCH 15 1902 NO 11 I THE Tll PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESFon P11ILIPPINESj j FOR TilE FILIPINOS FILIPINOSChInese FILIPINOSChinese ChInese Are to De Barred From Our Ourlosular Oury y Insular Possessions PossessionsCOMMITTEE PossesskrnsCOMMITTEE COMMITTEE AGREE ON TilE TlI BILL BILLExeullon BILLIxcluilon Exeullon Act Will De Favorably Reported Reportedla la the United States SenateA New ew Provl ProvlIloa ProylsIoa Iloa Applies the Exeulloa Provlsloal to toCblaele toChloese Cblaele Who Enter as s Mercbllatl Stadeats Stadeatsaad StodeOtsand and the Like and Then Become Laborer LaborerWashington LsborereWashington Washington D C SpecialThe SpecialTheSenate SpecialTheSenate Senate Committee on Immigration Immigrationagreed Immigrationagreed agreed to report the Chinese exclusion exclusionbill exclusionbill bill known as the MitchellKahn meas measure tneasurc ure ureIt It Is substant...

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 March 1902

m THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN ICiTIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CeThere CThere C CJ CThero J There Is both wit and philosophy In InMrs InMrs InMrs Mrs Shaws remark In the NeW York YorkWorld YorkWorld YorkWorld World that log lo cabins are getting so soscarce soscarce soscarce scarce that Its hard nowadays for a agreat agreat 1 1great great man to know where to tl > bo boborno bobornoJmerlca ° born1 born1America born bornAmerica America Is outgrowing her logcabin logcabindayi logcablndars logcabindays days but not let us hope the habit of ofproducing ofproducing ofprodneing producing great men menAccording menAccorl1lng menAccording According to the calculations of o oKansas DKansas aKansas Kansas State University professor the thtwind thewind thlwind wind blew 117340 miles In the Sun Sunflower Sun1Iower Sunflower flower State during l1urln 1001 That Is tcsay tc tccay tosar cay at the university observatory the theaverage theaverage theaverage average ...

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 March 1902

WOODS RARE AND COSTLY COSTLYHIGHPRICED COSTLYHICHPRICED COSTLYHICH HIGHPRICED HICH PRICED LOGS IN NEW YORK YORKLUMBER YORKLUMBER YORKLUMDER LUMBER YARDS YARDSStick YARDSStlckl YARDSSticks Stick of MnhoBtuiy Worth n 11 Tlltinh nrnrhSoOOOOther f n n0000Other I ISOOOOother SOOOOother Lumber Even Moro Ex Expensive ExIlendye1lne ExpeutfveEIne pensive Ilendye1lne Fine Wood Hard to Got t7et8naiCOtreoI GotSnnlcowooil O t t8DOI000ll Snnlcowooil Deoreit of All AllIn AUIn AllIn In the lumber yards fronting on the theEast theEast theEast East hirer between Fifth and Tenth Tenthstreets Tenthstreets Tenth8trcets streets there lie piled up in rough unaymmetrical un uneymraetrlcal unsymmetrical symmetrical heaps large numbers of ofcoarsely otcoa1sely ofcoarsely coarsely hewn dirty logs An Anlgnorant Anlgnorantbserver Ignorant Ignorantobserver Ignorantobserver observer might take these to be sup supplies BUPplies supplies ¬ plies for a II kindling wood factory and andcertnluly andertalnly andcertaiu...

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 March 1902

F THE 8OTBAH 6HBBI 6HBBIWASHINGTON ClTIZ CITIZBNi I IWA8HINQTON WASHINGTON D C CJA CI I 1 18 18a 1h 11h JA a Journal lMG1 dneM oW to I At JMwof 1 if Ou OuJtototenU CAel tatMna = JtototenU Mna l eJ v J the Suburbs oJ WatMnjton WatMnjtonJPlJBLISnED WMglonThe WashtagtonThe TheDI The TheI JPlJBLISnED WXKKXY BY airSOD3r BYfti nlv DI I v fti ft SOD3r Sntolan au Citizen N8 Newsier sp3Der Co Cot Coa I IM t If WOOD WOO > > m Bualaeta UlIaIA tsta MMUtg KaJtgClw 11aagoa 11aagoaAli r rSfo t Ali No w 6U 6111mb 81110th 10th Street N E EWABHUTQIOH EWABHIXGfOI EWABHIYGTON WABHUTQIOH WABHUTQIOHIn D 0 0l 00e1lr1UJlnoa 0hi l In Mmuanoai are ar BBSlntei BIi D Men ant antfern f3u f3uMNwomongobnttetaPtaftt 3D 3DWemoD MNwomongobnttetaPtaftt fern Women BcUntliti Flale 90pl9Tra 90pl9TraftUn 90pllTraJI opleTraAlin Alin ftUn JI Tottt etc etc to In Stber her words wordsy wordsptJ11 wordspopli y ptJ11 popli oi > l ran familiar IUar whereof they write who whoitcr whoU whoU U their lI etcta rJeI1l1 Ina w...

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 March 1902

Th ThTIIE r THE SUBURBAN SU URBAl CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZBNlt CITIZENSATURDAY lt ltSA11J1tDAY SATURDAY MARCH 16 1002 1002Inntructlons It02Instruction 11K12x 11K12inatruotlona x Instruction I t t Subierlbori SubierlboriPoiTioK SublcrlborPOT101CThe SubcrlbersPoemoeThe PoiTioK POT101CThe The postage to all parts of 1 the tbtPitted th thlalted thefasted Pitted Btates and Canada U paid by the tbtubll thebl1hera t e ebliahera ubll bl1hera bl1heraREHITTJ1C bliaheraBEnITTANCtI hers hersREHITTAKCSI REHITTAKCSI of small sums any ma be made madetjth mad madIth made1th tjth Ith comparative safety larctyln la ordinary ordln7 y letter letterurn lettenJDlII letterswa JDlII wa urn of one dollar oc OJ more must besenl bejsent by byrtcUtcred b7ftglatered byrsglstered rtcUtcred letter or postoffice money order orderItuerwlse orderet I et Ituerwlse lIerw1se orwiseWeeaunotberesponsibletorsame orwiseWeeaunotberesponsibletorsameCaixas we Mtinotbereipotulbleforsame MtinotbereipotulbleforsameOmxoK tAn...

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 March 1902

I 1 ALONE WITH HIS THOUGHTS THOUGHTSHeartweary THOUCHTSJIetrtwear THOUGHTS1tMTt 1tMTt Heartweary JIetrtwear vreary of the world and alt of its it ways wayslie WRYSlio may s t lie longed to dwell apart alone some somewhere 81110where sum sumwhere e se 1 ¬ where whereTo whereTo whereTo To leave behind the greed Greet of power the thecraw thecrall th therase e craw crawFor crallFor eraseFor For riches rich and an the parvenus dlaplnjt dlaplnjtHe dlsplnSHe disph disphHe He longed to find some calm retreat and andthtre Andthere an anthere d 1 there thtreAlone thereAlone thereAlone Alone with his high thoughts paw pn all allhis 1111his al alhis 1 his dyi dyiHe dl dlU deys1t U He found at last the place he long had hadeought hndeo ha hasought d J sought eoughtWhore eo ht htWhere Where rivalry rh lry and greed and want were werenot werenot wer e notAnd not notAnd notnd And nd there alone far from the noise he hetried hetried h htried e tried triedTo triedTo triedTo To win the sweet contentm...

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 March 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
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