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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 March 1906

IHtuittia (EilHjtn IWeeklyJournal jjwirtjojliaJnUrestsoUancastE^Cciiiily in Patticalar; the Norlliefn Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large VOLTJME XV. IRVINGTON. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1906. NUMBEB 2. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimeily with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS'SUPPLIES. WKOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?g??iS? ARE UNEXCELiED FOR FARM WORK. ? ^ -3 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stalionary Engines, MANUFACTrUFl) BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOGUE M. 0. B. Cl'MUFF k CO., Llrely, VA.. A*en1s. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTO., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Poliah.ed Plate and Wiodow G!as8, Mantels, Tiloa and Gratis. Builo'ing Matcrial Generally. Estimateg chttrfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 March 1906

<? ? hria (f ittAfpa; ibtsntooal aTff! weeklt. IBntertMinlrvinc 01 I*. O.aa Mc'aaamatter.] 8UBSU??irTION $1 a year. m *.W?..r.?. W ScDUNtl.D LEB Kditor. NV R ROWE. Orrica Mat&oii All omtii'jrv.catlnn* or buatn?*a lettera ?bonl ' b? aoVlre*wed to the ViruiniaCitizkn. lrv'n?rt.in "? to rooelve prompt atteutlon Frlriaj, March 2. IfHMl. Uncjlb Sam has a way of hi8 own, :>l just as a particular uotiorj Btnke3 a particular Uucle Shqi that may be in pmer. Our treaaury noter are often de-faced by portraits of eome fellow little knowu beyond the crowd of'tfrafters that once huog around, their aatellite, and as often l?y some partisan politician who ne?pr wiil become immortal because of parriean bias. The same holds true cf some Union generala. The mdat of the Federal generala were men>l.o?e reproach, and a reunited cmi'ntry can look with complacency antT even adtniration upon their l-byeiognomiea on our daily cur reficy orj^oatage, but is it not a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 March 1906

LOOAL, MENTION. "Bud" Broaddus is visiting relativcs at A\ arsaw. Miss Mary Simmons spent Saturday and Sunday on the Island. H. Jeter Haydon, of Urbanna, vis? ited relatives here this week. Frank Wilshin is in Norfolk this Week, to return with his family. Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer. Milton Church, of Absocon, N. J., is spending this week with his parents here. Willie Wiliing and Dr. L. M. Iiving were in Baltimore during the past week. Don't forget about the business meet? ing at the Methodist church here to night (Friday.) Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Cox, of Balti? more, spent a few days the past week withMr. and Mrs. Cy. Cox. Fewer Gallons; Wcars Longer. Among those on the afck list are: Mrs. Katherine Dyke, J. W. Haydon, Mrs.Orris James and little Will Thomp son. Capt. and Mrs. F. A. Gunby, Mrs. H. R. Coulboum and Mrs. L. C. Lewis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. Arthur Treakle, at Anti-Rapp. Wm. R. Cavedo, organizer for the Fratemal Relief Association, Rich? mond, was in this section ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 March 1906

* : ??&/ Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmntfe. D.D. Loe Aagatea OaL, Fot>. 2.">.?An up g scrinon. profuse lo illustrative lucident aad aaltad lo the ueeds of the I -. waa girea bf tho preacher to b0 book for his text Matthew Ix, 29, "Aecordiug to your faith be if unto you." llev. .Tolm Watson, better known to AmerJcaaa by his literary sobrlquet of Iaa M:'.<-laren, wrota a powerful para arapfe in ? retroapect of bis Ufe's mlu Istry. This ishis message tothepreach era of taa praaaat day: "The review of Ihe past has eonvinced me that while fcing bas various ends tbe chief to l>e comfort. It ls useful ln its t > oxplain the construction of tbe Laaiah and to give the history of Hebrew tttaratare, t>ut it is better I Ister the cmisolation of Isaiah's fl bird cbapter to the weary heart. :e can blame a preacher for ex-. pouudlng Cbristlau dogina, but blg, I will be ruare useful whea they de l.iro the Christ hlmse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 March 1906

%n%a V I WejilyjourRaljevoteil to ihe Interests of lancaster Ctarty in Pailicular; Ihe Nonhern NecH and Bappahannoct Valley in General, and the World at large VOLUMK XV. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1906. NUMBEB 23. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Fotmsily 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. FREDBRICJL STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. AKtlMAyUL eimoines ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, JIASUFACTl'REll BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOUUE M. O. n. CUNDIFF A CO., LUely, VA.. AkpMs FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTO, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. roliahad Tlate and Window Glaas, Mantels, Tiles and Grates. Building Material Generally. Estimatea cbeerfully givau, FRANK t. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BROQKE AVENUE....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 March 1906

lia Siiura. IsatMOOfi 11(5 WEEKLI. | Ia>tara4 ta I rving-t on P. O. as 2d olaaa matter.l SUlJSCRirTION: $1 a year.in advance W. ?rDOX%Ll> LEE. Editor. W. R ROWE. OrricE Manao?b Frtday, March l>. 1 txui. "THE AGE OF INQUIRY." \\*> think onr U3ually fair con tmiporary, the Southaide Sentinel, is roo peaaiaiiatfe, not to aav aom-what i ?j-t'i oed. m ita utt?-i inct^d last w?ei? j??j to ihe inveatigatioua io progrefe bffore our Lpgialature. The Clowes inveatigation was not starteu by"Mar tiu men" (without minciug worde or'tiring vjgue meaoiuga). Both Mr. Clowes and Dr. Foster,- as we under atand, are "Moutague meu," and weie at daggers' pointa. Somuch so that the Williamsburg institution araa a.'verely sufferiog by the frictiou between these oflicial8. One aide demanded that the nomination be held up, and the other demanded an inve8tigation. The reealt of tbe finJing is to exonerate Mr. Clowea' persoual character but adviaea that he be not ret...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 March 1906

LOCAL. M KN T f () \. All oommiintcatinii* should tho VlMLKl iv'HT/.N. Iil't'.'.ri, Va. Bernard Willing is in Baltimore this week. _ Church meeting toaigfct (!' Baptist church. _ Aid Socit'ty ' hOBM of Mrs. 0. R. H<>{>kin .. The Cmzr.N is ln A. Jones for packages of asedL T. .>. ttaj about "F< Naanie ; Md., Olirer. is visiting lior *a '? S. MiUhell. _ Don't forget tfK* dtaaaa at the Opera House heiv n- ktl Taeaday night, March ltth,_ Misstv. A sp?nt a few days Mkfdleaex county. W. aleD. Laa La Ln ? 1 thia araak in the in; oyster Itlfljaial A'.k "k ..II- ? :. >. about "Fewer* R. D. Ii. i promin mt ? of Berryviilc, Va., ag l>r. G. H. Oliver here a I week. Mrs. Jas. C. Row ? an 1 two sons, of Frederickaburg, are \i Mrs. O. C. Measkk, th i in this villia.^e. _ Jno. R. CampbeU leavea fcoaa for two or three da to visit hi-^ ?'.:?.. I to in? surance matters. Hia many friends i:? . -n rc pret to know oi illness of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 March 1906

Cahnage Ser By Rev. Fran\ DeWttt Talmatfe.D.D. -.-14 1 a . t Sai, lAareh 4.?in tiua r-ermon the preacher pnys a tribute to aBoChetavia-taw iu leaeraJ nnd shows tbat ajratttada and jaVAetttj to friends mid t<> reftajj taa BMrinatples nro essential perta of tbe aiaal ehaiaaaac. The text i* Ruth i, 10, "Whither thou goest, I will ?0." The mothers-in-law from time lm rueinorini bare been an object the eheap and coarae wita of the day have never tirvd of ridieuling. We do not know why thia is, but as soon as we luentioo the aame of mother-iu-law al? most every one's faee begins to smlle aa though he were expecttag a joke. "Shmset" Cox.^he famoua wit of con used to taj that his audiences Avou'd nerer take him seriously. When l e arose to speak tbe men and women sittiug befare him gvnerally beajaa to laugh. "And," aaid James A. (Jarileld to a friend many yeaxa ago. " 'SunseC Cox never got the <tje<llt which belouged to him aa a farseelng etateema...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 March 1906

gmm k Weefcly Journal Devoled to ihe Interests ot Lancastei Ccunty in Particuiar; Ihe Honhern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, andthe World at Large VoiiUMB XV. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 190G. NUMBEB 24. CHAS. M. STRIVEN & CO., (Foimetly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brofcers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALT1M0RB, MD. ABENAQUE |????^E AEE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED. BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOGUE M. 0. H. (TNIHFF & CO., LIvely, VA. Asents FRANK T. GLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Polithcd I'late and Window Glass, Mantels, Tiles and Grates. Building Material Generally. Eatimates checrfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BRODK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 March 1906

aiti (fitn?m nnMocittTir weeklt. [En?er;?dinTrvln?nonP. O.asMc'assmatter.] 8UB?CiarT!ON: $1 a year.in advao.e W. McVONALD LEB, I.ditor. W. R KOWE. Okkicr Manaoik All communications or bunineae k-tters shoukl beaddreaaed to the VirqiniaCit-'xciw, Irv.oeton. v%.. to recolve prompt att titlon l'rl?l-?y, Marcli t?. 190<?. "Great viotory!" "Jolos alaugh tered; women miugling with the warriora are alao mowed down!" "Wounded ia gallaut and desperate charge!" Theee read like beadliues duriog the d:iys of Port Arthur. Bat they nre uoi\ They are to tell us of the gieat feat accompliahed by a f. w thouaand aoldiera of the great Uoited Statet! Iilyfed and uuder-clothed, tbey had attacked a 8trongbold, a village of aix hundred naked negroea in tbe Pbil ippine Jalanda, and had come off victorious. How atrange tbat our Uuion abould etill be in jeopardy from tbis long ago benevolently as Bimilated people that we-bought at $2 a head! But we are, for even their women resent our intra aion ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 March 1906

LOCAI^i^NTION. Mrs. Mary Mitchell visited relatives at Westland this week. Epworth League Social to-night (Fri aay) at the home of Miss Carolvne Gunby. Among the recent sick now improv ing are: Jno. W. Hundley, Mrs. J. R. Callis. The store of Vernon Willey here ia la"^ added t0 RnJ considerabIy en Harry Hopkina and familv have re turned from Baltimore, where they apent the winter. Miss NanHopkinsspent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Marie and Ruth Beane, at Miskimon. Ben H. Baird, the popular represen tatives of the Virginia Fire & Marine, apent Monday night here. The Baptist Social Circle will hold its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Hattie Rilee next Monday night. Miss Carolyne Gunby retumed home last week af ter a visit of nearly three monthsin South Carolina and Baltimore. ,.??^ur??S h.(Jmt' <??"*? I'Hec aud buy your ti,m_W\- "?J*?'?. Utwattwa. l_*c_.ter a_"ed l'*",c*>8 low* b!* lrel?"ht? CLay Messick and Will H. Lee left Monday for Wicomico...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 March 1906

Cafonage Sermoti By Rev. Frank DeWltt Talmage, D.D. X-?-* I * AnjMes, Cal.. March 11.?Pecul lir'y t'moly. lu view of tbe proat Jap aneaa famlaw, is thu xermou, iu trftrico the ptaaeaat abawa how marveiousiy ?: >1 caiaa f >r those who trust In h'ni. j The te.vt is I Kings xvii. 14. -Tbe bar rcl of mral sball not wasto, neltber shall the cruse of oil fail." God grant that gaunt, haggard, parehed akiuned, death dealing farn iue may never stalk througb tbe streets of our fair cities. Dore's niost vlvid I eonccptious of Dnnte's bell aud Ho gaadm niost horrible caricutures of | Battaaj aud vic? aud Yasslll Ve- j reaeaagai?a "mosi realistic seenes of tlrr btoad soaked battlettelds of tbe ] TurM.di and Uussian war cauuot cotn pare iu liorror with the terrlble alghts that have been wltnessed when mad deuing fauilne gats in ita work. Could nny paintlngs be more awfu! than the siiuple photograpba we saw of menaad^ women and children buddled togetber I in sickening groupa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 March 1906

trgtlMlt Ciii^jetta | Wsekly Journaijevotedjo ihe Interests ot Lancaster Gcuniy in Particular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large VOLU-IE XV. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. Number 25. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?S?^E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOUUE M. O. B. CUNDIFF _ ?0., LIt*1j, VA. Asrnta FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, ? Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Poliahcd Plate and Window Gluaa, Mantela, Tilea and Gratea. Buildiog Material Qenerally. Edtimatea cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BRDOK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 March 1906

?lar i i]inta (Sirigm OBMOCK * Tf C WEEKLT, lKn?ereJ In Irvinjri on P. O. as Sd o'arn matter.] 8UBSUKIPTION: $1 a year.in advance \ VY. McDOMLD LEE, fcditor. W. R ROWE. Orrica Mahaoib Prldavjr. March 23, lOOG. THE MORO ALAMO. ' Thermopylae had its nies^enger of defea*; the Alamo had none." Not for jear8 after the hideoua butch ery of Texaua, women aod children, at the Alamo by the half-civilized Mexicans was it kuown that a single life eacaped. It ia now pretty well accepted that a baby?a girl?waa h.dden among the alain, and later rescned alive. But it could tell no taleof the fatefal day. Today the arm8 of the United States are tarnished with aa horrible a crime as ever old Santa Anna con t^ived, and we are acoffed at with b.ited breath by tbe cmiized nationa of. the earth. So far there is no evidence tbat even one of a hondred urmorebabea baa eacaped the fiend ioh cruelty of Wood'a brigade in tbe rhilippines. We were firat led to believe that the Moroa of Mount Dajo were re bellio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 March 1906

LOOAL MENTION. Hertnan Smith was in Baltimore the past week. Clifford Kirkmyer has returned home after several months away. Mrs, W. L, Messick is on a fortinght's viait to ralatives in Baltimore. T. J. Haydon A Son and Vernon Willey have put up street lamps. Mrs. Charles George, of New York, is visiting Mrs. A. James, jr., sister of Mr. George. J. T. Rilee slightly sprained his ankle Monday. Chas. Callis (known as Sam my) has a painful boil on his cheek. ,?!??urMS h2m.e ???terprlee and bur your iv,mur.?L^-.?,JoMe' UitwaltoQ. Lanciater eered ** pr,w* ,ow? bi* tre??bta Kaxlett Carliale, of Norfolk, who has been visiting friends here the past two weeks, returned to that city Tuesday night. To know new laws passed may aave you a hundred times the subscription price of the Citizen. We are going to give them to you every week. Don't forget that "Diamonds and Heata,'' the drama you have heard so tnuch about since last week, will be re peated tonight (Friday) in the Opera House here. Willie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 March 1906

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe, D. D. *> Los Angeles, Cnl., March 18.?In tbls permaa tho aarlag power of faitb and tha intluonoe we in:iy exereise to bring otaera i'<t.> tho kingdom are tllustrated ln tbe fnmiliar story of Rahab. The toxt 1* Joshua vl, 2.">: "And Joshua savod Rahab the barlot alive and her fathcr's boiiKoboId nnd all tbat she had." Marveloua are the strntagems by which walleJ towus supposed to be inipregnable and fortresses belleved to l>e unscalnblo have been captured. For ten long years tbo Ureeks, under Ago memnon, latd sicge to the citadel of Troy. At tbe eud of tbe ten yenrs they wera n<> nenrer their object than tbey wera lu the baginnlng. Tbea tba Ore i iaikieudera bullt a huge wooden bora* nnd rolled lt up to tbe gataa atthelsa pa-s-able walls. Then Aarlag tbe gftqfe? \ ? tireclan army and navy wltbdtpwt nnd aailed away to Teaedoa, prwt?nd? Ing that in dlagust they ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 30 March 1906

irginia VOLTJMB XV. k Weekl, Journal Detoted to the Intetests of Laneaster Gcunty in Patliculai; ihe Horthern Neck and Bappahannock Valley in General, and the Wortd at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900. NuMnrcn 21? CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimerly with Siruven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACH1NISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S, FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?S??ia ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. pjaaaflbaj*. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stalionary Engines, MANITACTI'REI) BY ABENAQUE MACH1NE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOGUE M. O. B. CTNHIFF * CO.. Llvelj, VI.. Aareata. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTO, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Poliahed Plate and Window Glaaa, Mantels, Tiles and Grates. Building Material General ly. Eatimates cueerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 36-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 30 March 1906

??KMOntATir WEEKLT. (Kntered in Irvlna-ion P. O.aa SdcTase matter. 1 SUBSCMI'TION: $1 a year,ta advance ?--^-? \Y It ROWE. Ornca Manaokk All e. curdumoafloua or bu9tnr?s lettera should beaddreesed to the VikoiniaCit:zkn, Irvinwton. v*. to receive urumrt atteution Krlclrtj, V;m li ;tO, lOOO. THE PRIMARY. The peopls of the city are b^ginning to express themselves as opposed to a primary for the municipaf election. ihe city Democratic commitee is to meet shortly to take up the question. It is always the idea of the committee to have a primary. Rut the cost is great, and there is no need for a pri? mary at this time, it is contended. A primary upsets business generally for several days, and many of the business men do not care to lose time to go to the polls and then to have to vote on election day. Primaries are costly, and if the city committee holds one the candidates will have to pay the cost. Why should the white people of Rich? mond go through the farce of a pri? mary election to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 30 March 1906

LOCAL MENTION. Alloora?uotoaUoneebould be iul<lr???ed to tbe ViHutwia Citixek. Irrlurton. V_ H. B. Boughton is in Orange county on business. _____ W. McD. Lee is in Norfolk and Rich? mond this week. Jack Dyke went to Norfolk Sunday \o get employment. Capt. W. L. Messick was in Norfolk the first of the week. A Moran letter finds the waste bas ket because no name is signed. "Dock" Baugher, of Baltimore, vis? ited relatives and friends here the past week. _ Knoourage home enterprUe and buy your umbor ofW. H. Joaae. Litwalton. l_nc**ter Co, Materlal tbe beat. pricea low. Uk froighta aaved. _ Howard Rock, of Kilmarnock, is in the bank here during Mr. Gouldman's absence. Mrs. B. L. Willing and little son, T. J., and Miss Lurline Willing are visiting in Norfolk. _ Earl White left Saturday to spend a fortnight at his old home on Eastern Shore of Maryland. Mrs. Chas. L. Rogere, of Millenbeck, was a guest Tuesday of Jno. A. Rogers at Capt. Simmons'. Miss Marian Jamcs, of White Ston...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 30 March 1906

Cahnage Serrn-on By Rev. Frank DeWitt Talmatfe. D. D. tt-? I.os Aiiu'c'. >, c.ii.. March 2T>.?In this ! aanaoa the paeachat aVaaai in homeiy. l'amiliar lashiou with the problom that has coufronted every gcueratlou since the Morid hfifia lha traiuiug and de vclopnient of the chlld?and rIiows in n new linht the Individunl responslbll ity of pnrtuits. The text is II Kings iv, '2ii, "Is it well with tha child?" Some time a?o it was my prlvilege to spend u aay with a tiear friend, who for mnuy years was a Utah iulsslon ;uy. Ia one of his tours lio oecauie lost. He Btopped for the night at a farmer's home away back In the moun talns. Next moruhiir this farmer said, "< 'onie. I want to show you a wonder t'ul siglit." Then he took my friend nnd they rode off for mnuy iniles until they came to a great lava bed alx>ut two uiiles wlde aud four jp- tive feet lalgh. 'J his lava inust huve begun vom lting forth from a vdlcano hundrada lf not thousauda o...

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