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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 January 1906

mm VOLUME XV. I Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of lancaster County in Particular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 190G. NUMBEB 17. TO THE WATERMEN OF VIRGINIA: On January 1st, 1906, the Entire Stock of Struven & Wacker, formerly located at Aliceanna and Chester Sts., Baltimore, but for the past year at 114 S. Frederick St., was Purchased by the undersigned. It is our purpose to carry a complete line of STEAMSHIP, FACTORY and MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES, SHIP CHANDLERY,WHOLE SALE GROCERIES and FISHER MEIM'S and other WATERMEN'S SUPPLIES. These latter we will give our close attention. Your orders as well as shipments are solicited, especial attention being given the brokerage business. Respectfully, t CHAS. M. STRUVEN, Trading as CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Mr. Henry G. Struven will be associated with me.) H4 S. FREDERICK ST., BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE SSSSES1 ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 January 1906

??*? ^ttflaatii Qiiiztn. OGIHOCUATIC WEEKLY. [ Kntered ln Irvington P. o.aa Sd clasa matter. 1 8UB8CHIPTION: $1 a year, in advance W. McOOMLl) LEE. Editoh W. R HOWE. Orrict Manaobb ADVERTI8INO RATK8 3m. 10m. | lyr. *2?t8Vperlnobe*chln80r,?1. or *.00 e.Ooi"lOW -Jluobaa, 6.00,10.011 i .. H.00114.00 80.00 i. 10.001 i7.oo avw 2 .. ia.oo'3?t.a' aaoo 5 ? l!.00122.00. 36.00 .x .. in.ooiaa.ooi *o.oo li ? W.U0 30.001 45.00 Jr_. * oolumn. SB.00 3ft.oo! 6i>.00 l oolumn apeeialposillon), 4O.0u:??.00i 100.00 s--r"*s eer oant. addltlonal for special poaition Notice. in readtng ooiumns, 10 cents per aonparell line. Obltuarlea, rellsious notu-ea of entertaln ?>? n'-.axcuratona. etc ..one-half reiru lar rate* Friday, Jauuary 20. 19UO. CUSTOMS HOUSE TALK. Hon. Wm. A. Jones, representative in Congress from the Firat District, has again introduced a bill for the re moval of the Customs House from Tappahannock to Reedville. Mr. Jones has made a number of attempts to get this bill through, since re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 January 1906

LOCAL MENTION. Allcominuot?.?a?ion??hnul<i ?<<>*.Mrt?as?d to Chas. M. Struven & Co., I*;'.ltimore, send pretty ealendar. Mrs. H. .1. Dyke and little son ar | visiting relatives in Baaax <? mty. Epworth League Stvial tocdgfel day) at residence of W. PafcD. I Miss Annie Wise left Th-.:-. day i k for an <Md pap:rs t'. office. Messrs. Pitman. of Regina, \ their relative, J. W. . and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. \\. H. Mitchell, of lower Lancaster, apent Sanday with S. B. Griffith. _ Mr. and Mrs. Geotge Saadare visited the family of Jno. Pritebatt at Reho? both Church Sunday. Robt. L. Mayoand S. H. Robertaoa, of the travelling fratcrnity, dropped in to see us this woek. Mrs. C. A. Sheltonand little daughter, of White Stone, visited Mrs. C. H. Willing one day last week. Among the recent sick, DOW improv ed, are; Mrs. A. B. Taylor. fcaf* Mitchell, Mrs. G. StC. Smith. Irvingtonians enjoyed a trcat Friday night by lecture from Prof. Anderson and music by faculty and scholars. K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 January 1906

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage, D. D. Los Angeles, Ca!.. Jan. 21.?In thls i ermon tho preaeher pays trihute to tbe work of thoso who are moldiug the cbaracter and sbaping the career of the men aud women of the future, to the teaehers of Amerltn, the text cbosen being Rornans xli, 7, "He that teacheth, on teachlng." The adage. "Every man to hia trade," Is not a child of the nineteenth or twen tleth century. Ita cradle was rocked by the inurmurlng waters of the Plson and the Oihon and the Hlddekel and tbe Eu phrates rivers wben the world waa young. It conies down to us with gray bairs, but with stout limba of a "Wan dering Jew." Ita voiee has been heard upon erery hllltop and in every valley ?inee Abel becnme a berdarnan and Caln a ttller of tlie soll. No aooner did ir.an combine with rnan in eomrnnnities or assoeiatlons to protect bimseif from forelgu foes fhan be became a speclai lst He aaid to some members of hia.: comruunlty. "You be our soldiers to protect us in tir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 February 1906

trmnm l Weekly JournalJDeifotedjD rtejnterests ol Lancasterjtount)Hn Pariicular; tlie Honhern Weck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large. Volumb XV. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 190G. NuMBEB 18. ro THE WATERMEN OF VIRGIN1A: Ou January 1st, 1906, the entirc siock of Strnveu & Wacker, forcuerly located at Alicvanna aud Chester Sts., Ifciltimore, but for the past year at 114 S. Frederick St, was purchas d by the under eigned. lt is our purpose to carry a cotiiplete lioe of TEAM8HIP, FACTORY AND MACH INISTS'SUPPLIKS. BIPCHANDLKKY. FISUKKMEJJ'SANDWATKRMBN'S UPPLIKS AN1> WSIOLK.SALK GRUCKRIES. Theae latter we will give our cloae attentioo. Your ortlerp, as well as shipmeutd, are ioltcited, cspecial attention beiug given thf broker age busint-ss. Respectfully, DHAS. M. STRUVEN, TUADINO AS 5HAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Mr. Henry Q. Straven will bc assoclntcd with rae ) 14 S. FREDERICK STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE SSSS3S* ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 February 1906

OEMOCRATIC WEEKLI. Bntered In Irvlngton P.O.as SMcasamatter.] 8UB8CRIPTION: $1 a ycar.in advance W. McDONALD LEE, Edilor. W. R. ROWE, Ofkich Manaokr. ADVERTISINO RATE8. 3m. j tsin. | lyr. M eta. per mcn each Inaer'u. or 4.00 6.no| 10.10 S Inchea, 3 4 5 6 8 ? 1-' H column, 1 ooluzan (?peoialposition), tW5p.roent.additional forspecial poaiticn 6.00 lO.OOi 15.(0 8.00 14.00 ai.io 10.00 17.00 ?.(U 12.00 ao.oo! ao.on 14.00 83.00 35.00 18.00 28.00 40.00 28.00 80.00 44.00 95.00 38.00 M>.00 40.00 60.001100.00 oo'?3paretllinne?MU,,n,r co1??* ? ???? per m?nli,Jfrie8' ^"Hlou" notlee* of entertaln went*. excuralona. etc. one-half regu lar rat* ? All oobimunicattons or businesc tere lrrlngUfci, V?.. to reeeive prompt attoutlon Frlday. February 2, lOOO. GjET OUT OF THE RUTS. A diapatoh from Blacksburg, Va., saya that the new Tidewater railroad haa begun ita big tunnel at that point, making thinga livelj and creating great detnand for labor. ?Few idle 1 eople are now seen in the old familiar loa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 February 1906

REMtuors AvroivmiNTs. METHODIST. R?T. J. M. A - . I'a.ttc.r. IrvluRton, Flrnt and T| | \ ?j ? gecond an.l White Mone, V i r - ? rleet's NUk ' V i I t . Toplar Nivk. Fo . P.X. lir.v. l'oiiTCK li \i:dv. \ >vb!te M irth Sund i Sutul.l.V. 11 \. Kd?. ly, Fwiiriii ^uuil.. ndSuu <i%>. I ;. m. Kehobotn. Fl.-t sumlay, !i A. M.; Tl <ia>. | l>. M. BIulT lVii.t. Pttai day, li A. M. Ki 'iii.irn.-i Ml.'a, Tbird ttav. trrtnjftin. Wicomio Kiluiarroi-k. _ li A. M. uiun Foi Urcut'a llall iKilma .rih * a-i.l Fidb Biind .? weoms. Thinl SiimJ*v,';..,i r. Sun? day, 11 A. K*v. ii. V. Uubut, l White Utone, F li M.:Saeoodand Fointii Fleots Isiiui'i, s< tlAuM.:I1ntaiid FKKSUV| Rav. I!. L Wocma, Sveotnl an'l Fnuitli t .;.'.? ? :i A. M. and ~:M r. M. BPI80OF ! L. Ktv. U H. ('.>?::. & WhileChapel.FtrKt ;i;-.l i i. Trimty. First aod Thirtl S Qraea,eaoood Baadavjr, u a. m.: s day, :i F. to. Wleoaalou. 8eoOnd 8ui r, II.; Sunduv. 11 A l. TEKMS OF C'OL'KiS. 12TII ClHCrtT-JflM;!-. r. R. R....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 February 1906

Calmage Sermon By Rcv. Frank Dc W. t Talmage. D. D. ? Los rYnfalaa, CaL, Jaa. -js.-in this aaraaoa tue preaehav aaoara tha hnpor taaea of giving aeapltabta encourage meut and spltitual directiou to the lives of Uie multitiales of youug men aad woraeu who are strnugers ia our great cttlee. The text is Proverbs xx, ?Jt>. "T'jo glory of youug rneu 1st their Ktrength." It ia an interestiug atudy to watch the differeut desigus of our modern ad vertisenients. Well, sorue time ago, rending the differcnt signboards, I eaine upon one tbe like of whieh I had nevcr seen before. It was a square board. standlng in a eonspicuous plaee iu the frout yard of au old residence Bituated near the hoart of the clty In whieh I live. This was the way the t-Ign board read: "Property of the Young Men'g Christlan Assoclatlon. Thoy Want to Erect Upon This Site a Charaeter Factory. Won't You Help?" 1 stood for at least nveuilnuteawatchlngthatplaln Kigu. Then the fuil purpose of the man who niade that adverti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 February 1906

'^. mm VoLmiE XV. a Weekiy J-iarnai B untislnierfc: 'ster Ccunly in Patticuiar; tlie Hcnhern NecK and RapnahannocK Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 190(5. NmVTRF.'R 1 ft. TO THE WATE8MEN Or VIRGINIA: Ou Jai. formerly locatt-d at Alibeaoa it for the paet year at 11 1 S. . ? ? oader signeJ. It i8 our ptti j curry :?. STEAMSIIIP, PAOTORY Al PPPUM SHlPCUANl>Li;UY, FISH DWATEBMBN'H SUPPLIES ANI> WHO These latter we a a8 8hi :>?;-. age business. CHAS. M, STRUVEN, TRAIHNO A8 CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Mr. Ilviiry G Btravea will ba ? 114 S. FREDER1CK STREEP., BALT1M0RE, HD. ABENAQUf 1^ ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. I. - 2 to 18 Horse-powcr Portable and Stafionary Engines, MANTFACTl" BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOGUE M. O. B. crMMFF i (<).. Llfafjr, VA. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTfl, Sash, Doors and Blinds,* Hardware, Paints, Varnishea, Window and Door Kcrec-ns. Poliahcd IMafce'and Wii, Building Sfate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 February 1906

* *'ttnima (gitigra. ??Hl*tOORATIC WEEKLT. t lotered In 1 rvln.ton P. O.aa Mclaastnatter.] 8UBbO- 1PTION: $1 ay?ar,m aJeaaaw W. McDOMI I) LEE. Editor. W. R. ROWE Ornca Ma*ao*r MJVERTISINO RATES. 3m. SOota. per incn oach lnscr'n.or 4.00 ; Inob... 8.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 18.00 88.00 ?* ** X oolumn. 85.00 10 0m. Ilyr. tSA HUBI 10.00 15.U0 li.Ull SU.OO 17.<>0 SVlU 30.00 S2.00 ?.00 saoo aa.001 80.00 36.00 40.00 45.00 Su.UO l oolumn (apeci.l poaltlon), 4O.0D(?O.00|l00.C0 F'Waaroeat.addrtlonal for apecUl poaltlon Frlday, February O, 19UU. "Why should any one oppose the prc payment of the poll tax as a qualifu-a tion to vote if he is not opposed to the psyment of taxes in any form ? The tax is not onerous in its size or exaction, and exeepting the entirely proper ex emption for military services, it is un iform in its application to all voters. These should be sufficient reasons for everybody but incorrigible tax dodgers.'' So writee a valued couternporary, and ao say we. The prop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 February 1906

LOUAL MENTION. All communlcationa ahould beaddreaaed to the ViKOlM A ClTlZKK. Irvlnjfti.'i. Va. Jo. George was in Baltimore last week. _ The venerable Christopher S. Dunton is quite sick at the home of hia gon near here. _ Jasper Jett, Jr., fell last Thursday while at play and cut his head very badly. _ H. Bascom Boughton, of Orange county, is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. McD. Lee. _ Mrs. Sarah Valentine, after sevcral months' visit in Baltimore, returntd home last week. Miss Ellen Tate, of Essex county. is visiting her sisters, Mesdames William and H. J. Dyke, here. Miss Grace Lee spent the past week with Misses Marie and Ruth Beane, near the Courthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Levi B. Riley returned Tuesday from a visit to the lady's mother in Essex county. Mrs. Frank Wilshin and children left Tuesday night for Norfolk, to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cary Pitman and little daughter, of Wicomico, spent a few days with Miss Annie Thomas. Frank Packett, of Warsaw, visited relative...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 February 1906

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Prank De Witt Talmnge. D.D. f-? Los Angeles, Cal., J-'eb. 4.?Ia this sermon the prjaacbec aaoara thnt thoro ia n ti.ne for spiritti.il :is well as physlcal rest and recupapatlea and tbat we nre inade all the atfoncaa aud nbler for the battlo of life through the sttvnpth the soul derives from such seusons of re tirement aud conteuiplation. Tbe text la Galatiana 1, 17, 'But I weat iato Arabla." "What to you is the most wonderful eountry In tbe world?" I once nsked an old traveler. "Wlthout any doubt," he said, "lt Is Egypt." "What, Egypt!" I exclalmed. "Why Egypt was not to me very absorbiug." "Then," said my friend. "you hnve never sailed up the river NUe. You may bave stopped a few days at Cairo and perfunctorliy vlsited the pyramids, but you have nev? er aailed up the river Nlle and explored the rulne of Memphia and Aaalout aad Abydos and Thebea. I weut to Egypt expeeting to stay there only a few diiys. I stayed three weeka. I wlah I uilgbt hnve stayed there ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 February 1906

ivaiuixt (EilHtn VOLUME XV. ^e^loiitnaUlevoied to the Interests ol l^cajiteHtam^in Pariicular; the Horthern Heck and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1906\ NUMBRR 2(L CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Fotmerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 111 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?S???S" ARE UNEXCELLED FOR PARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOOUE M. O. B. CUNDIFF k CO.. Lively, VA. Aerents. FRANK T. GLARK GOMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door iScreens. Poli.hed Plate and Window Glaea, Mantela, Tilea and Gratea. Building Material Geuerally. Eatimatea cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BBOOKE AVEHUE._HORFOLK, V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 February 1906

???^<K;RiTir WEEKLT. ISaterod lo I r vlng-tou P. O. aa Stl ciaaJ matter.) BUBSCRIPTIONt tl a yearTln adrancc W. MeDONALD LEE, Etltor. W. R BOWE, qrnca Manaoeh ADVBRTI8INO RATK8. Am. Iouj. j lyr. Mota. per Inon each lnaer'n.or ?.<xil 6.00I 10.00 i inobfM, o.oo:io.oo| Li.!*) ? 2 8.00 * ? IZ-OO J 2 is.coae.oj 40.00 J2 ? w . 82-UO 30.00 46.00 12 * oolutnn. 85.00 38.001 IV'.OO 1 ooluac (apecial poaition), 4u.0oti0.00' 100.00 II.Um, 80.09 iT.ii)' aun 30.00 30.00 28.00 3&.00 I 30.00 45.00 "3*.00' IV'.OO taaaa 100.00 iW^per oent.additional for apecial poaition Friday, February 16, 1900. A FXABFDL mistake bas been made in onr dealings with China. Tbe exclusion of Cbinese waa demanded by our western civilizatioo, but prob ably it waa exercieed too rigidly. Some of tbe reaulta of our dealings with tbe celeatiala were tbe cruel Boxer npriaings of two or three years ago, and the more diaaatrous (com mercially) boyoottiog of American good*. Thia boycott oontinnea, and will continue for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 February 1906

LOCAL MENTION. Ail oommuntcatinn. ahould be addrcwed to the ViaotniA Citizkh. Irvlnirton. Va. Miss Addie Garner left Tuesday for anextended visitto friends in Baltimore. Dan W. Messick, of Eastcrn Shore, Md., is visiting his niece, Mrs. J. J. Jett. Mr. L. E. Mumford, of Cape Charles, is visiting banks in this section this week. _ The Baptist Social Circie will meet at the home of Mrs. S. P. Simmons on Monday night next. T. J. Haydon & Son are building a ahed on the back of their store to be used as a ware room. Among the recent sick, now improved are: Miss Pearl Rilee, Dr. Geo. H. Oliver, Elijah Davia. Miss Sadie Sanders was given a sur prise pound party by friends Friday evening of last week. Capt. W. L. Messick left Monday for Riehmond to attend Fishermen's meeting in session there this week. Mrs. Lelia Brooks and little daughter, of Baltimore, are visiting the lady's parents, Capt. and Mrs. W. L. Ashburn. Misses Annie Long and Grace and Rubenette Lee were visitora Saturday an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 February 1906

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Prenk De Wltt Talmaae. D.D. L-os Angoles. Oat, Feb. 11.?lbiroly liaa the splrltunl side of nstr.moiny Ikmui so pioturemntt iy ataaaatad as in this srriiHin, whieh gives glimpses that afTord dieer nnd encourng<*ment to tboae who are ln dangci- of bccomlng disbeartened In the struggle of life. The text Is Daniel xil, 3, "As the stars forerer and ever." Some people are splritunlly farsight ed. They cnnnot Hee God'. blesslngs near at hand. They will sing with great gaato, "I waut to be an nugel and with the angels stnnd," but they never thaak God for the present opportunl tles of Chriatlan work and for the blesaJugs of earthly Christian fellow shlp hera aad now. They are never vnpable of havlng their beextstrlngs bind them to a uiundane tabernacie aa the beart of John Faweett, cuthor of tha noble hymn, "Blest be tbe tle tbat binda," and that of bls dear wife, Were bound to the little parsonage of Waloe gate, in Yorkshlre. England After young Fawcett had been a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 February 1906

mm VOLUME XV. k Weekly Journat Devoted lo the Interests of Lancastet Couniy in Panicular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, FEBRUARY 23, 1906. NtTMBEB 21. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimeily with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission ? Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET,,_ BALTIMORE, MD. ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTUUED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOUVB M. 0. B. Cl NIHFF A CO.. LIt*Ij, Va. Awnti FRANK T. CLARK GOMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliahed Tlate and Window Ghiss, Mantels, Tilca and Gratet, Building Material Generally. Eetimatee dMttfttllj given. NORFOLK, ViRGINIA. 96-98 BROOKE AVENUE. MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay the fn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 February 1906

? ? Vinnnia ?\txztu. OEMOCRATIO WEERLT. ! Kntt i..lin lr\ imttoii P.O.as 2dcIammatter.l BUBeCfclPTIOHi $1 ayear.inadvance W. Mcl>ON\LO LEE. Editor. \V Ii ItOWE, Okfick Makaobr Ai' vommiimcMtl'iiie or buslnesa lettert br?..' ?M t?Mr*wa*d to the* Viroini a Citixbn, ??? r-".-. iv?? prompt attentton i rirtuy, February 23. 1900. THE FARM LABOR PROBLEM. "I have seen snowy hands tearing the corn shucks this fall, and I have seen some once snowy stained by potatoes and other rough work, not becMM their parents or their husbands weVe not willing and ready to pay for lahor, but because it was imposaible to procure the labor. If the colored labor wity not work here, then we can get whjte labor, and with the railroad. this wi^.be no difficult matter." Sj read an item from a eorreapon dent of the Free Lance, and the 1-icture is not overdrawn. We are io c ying need of better schools, of better loada, and what not ? but there ia no iteui juat now of auch burning mag nitujde aa ia the labor quea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 February 1906

LOC^AI^MENTION. W. R. Rowe is spinding three days ?n Washington. Loyloa Leland, "drummer," is at his home here for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. StC. Smith spent Sunday at Rehoboth church. Rev. L. R. Combs, of Laneastev. spent Wednesday night here. Mrs. Geo. D. Callis is jTrgndingf this week in Baltimore and Washington. Old papers for sale at the Citizkn office. J. F. Gouldman, Jr., speni yerterday - Washington's birthday - in Balti? more. Among the recent sick, now improved, we note: J. W. Haydon, Mrs. *W. H. Street. A handsome calendar is the last re? ceived, from Wm. H. Whiting & Co., Baltimore. Miss Bessie Pritchett, of Rehoboth church, is spendimz this wook with the Misses Sandera. Steamer Dr. Newbill leaves here this <Friday) moming 8 o'clock on excur sion to Norfolk. J. B. Hudnall, of Northumberland, and A. E. Segar, of lower Middlesex, were callers at our office Tuesday. Don'tforiret about our fia? llno of MatMnjr*. Rugs, OIlcMth. Lace*. Kl)>t?>ns aud Dry Good*. M...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 February 1906

CaSmage Sermoti By Rev. Frenk Dc Witt Talmntfe. D. D. r*.'; Aaajetea, Cak, ivi.. is? it is tho ? m. faattllar story or the arajraraai s.>u. H ' *' ?' k aheep** of the family. aaakh the preachi t takee for his theaaa la tiiis ffi, the tc.vt choscn being'Luke xv, 10. "With the busks that the swine dhl eat." What an epltome of patbos la con dcnsed wlthiu those eight sinall words! Never wae gaunt nud hideous visaged traut more dramatu ally depictcd than in this tragic cliinax of tbe prodlgal ? mlsery. He was ln ahuoat ex nctly tha aame pltlable condition as the only son of one of Now York's mll llomiires and most houored citlzcna W;is u few years ago. liis futber for years and years had been the compan ion nud the associate of the greateat leadcrs of thought, both trans and cis iitlnntic. In wealth and bonor ba ra tired to his palutial metropolitan herae to pass his life nnald reflned associa? tion s. Not ouly was he great brmsalf, but he had three great brothera, all of wlioiu had m...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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