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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 6 April 1906

xrgiitia iltem k Weekly journal Devoted to the Interests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Northern Week and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. VOLUMB XIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAROH 11, 1904. NUMBEB 24, KKK!? U. SMITII. <JKO. W. Mfl'OV. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP & ENGINE BUILDERS. Marice Railway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Kepairing a Specialty. MachlniatM. Boilermakers, Blacksinttlis, Ship Carpenters, Cuulk ers. ?Juluers aud Paiutors turiilsluMi ut .short not ice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, YIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, Grates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Mlantic St., NORFOLK, VA. GET THE HABIT OF PURCHA8INC YOUR MATERIAL FROM US. The manner in which wc handlu our customers ia such that when we once make a sale the purchaaer never goea elaewbere This seaaoa will be a busy one, hnt we are fuMy equal to It, and are preparing to handle our trade with all poaaible dla* patch. It is compul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 6 April 1906

DKMOCKATIC WEEKLY. BUB8CRIPTION: $1 a year.tn advance W. McDONALD LEE, EDITOR. All oeaaauaieattoua or bualneaa lettere afeaula beaddreaaed to the VikuiniaCitizbr. lrrlartan. Va>.. to reoeive proonpt attaution Frlday, March 11, 1?U4. wt ?? Herk comes the Norfolk papers Jcicking because they get their New York mail at night inatead of at noon of each day! Just think of as, in this enlightened corner, the cradle of stateamen which made the Old Dominion and the Union famous, where we never get New York, Baltimore or Wasbiugton papers under 24 hours, the Norfolk papers until they are 36 hours old, and oftentimea hoary with sixty bours; the Kichmond papers never younger than 12 hours and oftener 36 or 60 hours of age, and letters for us posted six iniles away takiog a week's tour of exploration through Bitltimore or Richmond before re turuing to Lancaster and place of destination! This is no joke, but downright truth. In explanation of the latter we will say that tbere are post...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 6 April 1906

LOUAL MENTION. All oommuolcat'ons ahould be addreeaed to tha Viauinia Citizek. IrvinKton. Va. Baaaaaacatsat Windoni.Capt. afeQaira, harbored here three days. tbe paat >\ (?,.k. Jno. (Jeorge. of rrbnnnn, spent Mon? day night with hia aiater, Mrs. Agne* Rilee. Miaa Kate tieorgv, ol Bertrand. was visiting her amter. Mrn. Sallie Jamea Tuewlnv. Miss Rernire L. Kowe, who haa been iti WaahtaajsoashapaBi si\ Bsoatha raaaraad hoaa WethutHl.iv. Mr. and Mra. Henry Duinetvl bPSBm Sunday with the lady'a mothar, Hia W. L. Talley. ut Urookvnle. Fresh Pork and Beer will bo fouud at Mea? alck, Long St Co.'s every Saturday. lifa Crozier I'ettingnl left Tueaday for Rnltimore to BBhBt upon her spring work with Artnstrong. Cntor | ?',>. J. T. Uilee, Miaa (Jludyw Rilee. 1'rank O.. Newbiil, Melvin Milby and Capt. W I.. Meaaivk were in Rnltiuiore this week. Mr. and Mrs. .Jno. W. l.ouldmnn, jr., entertained a numl>or of friends WadaBB day evening with a progreneira flinch pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 6 April 1906

TALMAGE SERMON By Rev. FRANK DC WITT tXlMAGE. D.D.. PaaSar of J.ff.rson farfc Praahy tariaia Church. Chicaso Los AogHes. Cnl.. Mnrch 6.?In this aermon tbe prencher dlscusses the psychologleal phenoinena of inlnd in fluenctng uiind and slsows bow tbe aoul may be elevated and energized by divine influence. The text is Acts x, 11, "And he aaw heaven opeued and a certain vessel deacendln^;.'' Tbeory ia often llttle more than the flae art of guessing. It ia sometimee tbe way of concealing tbe fact tbat yeu do not know a thing, by uslng sclentiflc lauguage. lt la tbe verbal means we have of dressing up spccula tton to make it look plnuaible. But there are certain causations imposslble to nnulyze, and lcnrued answera only make tbe pbenomena the uiore inysteri ous. Wbat ia apecific gravlty? "That is tha phyaical law," >ou auswer, "which Isaac Newton diseovered. Sittlng one ? day under an overarching tree branch ln his orchnrd, be felt a puff of wind npon his ebeek. Tbe overhanKio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 April 1906

tnm ^Weekiy Jaurnai Devotegjto \ht leterests ol UccasuH^jMn Particular; the Worthsrn Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large VOLCMB XV IRVINGTON. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900 Number 28. CHA M. STKUVEN & 10., (Foinnily wiih Struven & Wackei) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WKOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Proksrs and Cammissipn Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREEF, BALT1M0RB, MD. ABENAQUE 2??f^E ARE UNEXCSLLED FOR FARM WORK. ?-? ?-y^>A^S??t^- -^aj|S? ??*v 2 lo 18 Horss-powar Porta^ie and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTUBEl) BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CA.TAL.OOUK M. O. 11. CIM1IFF A CO., l.ively, VA.. Airents. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Poliahcd Plute and Window Qraaa, Mantels, TiW?a and Grates. Building Material Generally. Eatiniatee cheerfnlly given. FRANK T. CLARK C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 April 1906

DtlKMlRa rir WRKRIT, IRntcrcuinlrt inirton r. O. as Mc!?ss matter.] 8UB8CKIPTION: $1 a yaar.in adran.o TA. CITIZEN Pl BLIMUNU CO.. i*i iii.tsuRKa. W. R llUWE. OrKicB Makaubb ?U eonimmiK-atl.ui* ..r buaineaa letters should Im- a.i.lreetaed to the VikuiniaCi Irvington, Va.,to recolvc t>r<>iii,>t attentloa. Prldaj, Aprll 18, ll>OC?. Wedos't mean tob? or attemptto be dramatic. We are plaiuly intens-, uud our iotensitv is sggravated at this tiuie b/ the presence of a hu inaa peat. Aa usual, wheu the better clas?- of citizens endeavor to advance a com munity'a interest, or see that lawa are carried out, thej are the subj^ct of dennnciation from a rabble that sym pathi.. with the offeuders. And, Bometi oaca, otherwise good citizena are po.-aesntd of a sporious sympatby for the culprita. But one of tbe most nauseatirjg and aggraTatiog thingi in this roinuction ia to find some pud dtog-hcad, bUar-ejed codger going around bonating wbat a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 April 1906

LOCAL MENTIQN. Leonard Ashburn is home from Balti? more on a visit. Mrs. W. H. Ford sprainod her hand one day last week. Tom McGinnis, of Merry Point, visited Stonewall Dix this week. Mrs. Emma Davis left Monday for a two-waeks* visit in Norfolk. Social Qjrcle Monday night next at the homs of afra. J. F. GouUhnan, jr. Messrs. CariatiaB, MeVeig'n, Somers and others, of Mathcws, were hi-re this aaaak. KntHiur.!^'1 homv enterpi lae s'vl iiuv your .umNrot w.H.Jaasa, bttwaitoa. Uaneaatec Co. Mutcriul tbw 0<at, piu?a low, Oik tieijrhtB Baeea. Miss Sadie Willing accompanied her cousin, Mrs. Alice Bright, to Norfolk Sunday for a fortnight's visit. Jas. C. Rowe and Barker Hopkins returned Monday night from Norfolk, where they have been all ths winter. Whileat work with hietoolaal Weema last Friday Lev Bryant let a hatchet fall on his foot whk-h eat a verv uely gash. Revival services will be held in the Baptist church here from Wednesday night, April 25th, until the first Sunday in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 April 1906

Calmage Serrnon IV Rev. : almage. rj.D. Loa Augeles, Cnl.. April 8.?At thia so;is >a of the resurrection of nature the preacher tnkes us back on <t sacred pllgriuiage to the scenes of the flrat Kaster day, the text choeen being j Mattbew xxvlil. 6, 'Come, aee theplaoe where the Ix>rd lay." The world's most sacred ahrlnes ara the vaults or catbedrals which cover the bodies of tbe honored dead. When the Amoricuu tourist ailghts In the Londou depot to begin the exploratlon '? of the Brltish rnetropolls one of tbe ' first places be vlslts is Westmlnster i abbej\ He does this uot because West uiinster abbey is near to the parltn- ! saWBl bwllfllnaja, where assemble the legislative bodies of the Britlsh em pire. He does tbis not because ita Btooea forni the most beautlful archi tactaral coronet of Engiaod. He doea this iMvuuse for years?nye. for cen turies- the greatest dead of the Britlah realm have been burled there. Not only do we flnd Englaud'a klngs a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 20 April 1906

XXXXXVLVOL (BilHtn I Weekly Journal Devoted to the lnterests of Laneaster Ccunty in Particular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large VOLTTME XV. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 190G. Number 29. CHAS, M. S7RUVEN & CO., (Formeily with Struven & Wackei) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Herchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AIMD FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2???^2E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORE. 2 to 18 Horse-power Poriable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOGUE M. 0. II. Cl NIHFF A CO., Llvely, VA.. Aicenta. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Polishcd Plate and Window Olass, Mantels, Tihs and Gratea. Building Material Generally. Eatimates cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 20 April 1906

<83w Vic?]imn Citism OKMOCK Mir WKEKL.Y. fatsi i d ln Irvington 1*. O. aa 3d o'aaa matter.] BUB8CHIPTION: *1 a yaar.ta advance TA. CITIZEN PUBLIftHlNO CO., nnusHEBa W. R ROWE. OrriCB Manaokh All coromunications or businens letters sbouM bcaddreased totht> VikoiniaCitizbn, Irvington, Vau.to reccive prpmpt attt-m taaV Friday, April *J0. itMNl In tijk leeth of the bai ? bt trm of the winter, on Sur..i \, bt-eet Superintendent Cohen t>u. nounced that the snow tnuat lie on Uichmond'a streets until miduight. "The ordinance prohibits ua from working ou Sunday," be aaid, "no matter what theconJition of the 8treet8 may be. Three years ago I ordered out tbe men and reopened the blockaded atreets. For m? vigi lance aud paios I was pincbed and hauleJ to polioe qoort." Though probablf aotnewhat of an extreoie law, in view of wideapread Sabbatica) deeecratiou aud thia exouaea for working on Sunday, i113 refreabing to know th it one city, and that our own beioved c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 20 April 1906

LOCAL MENTION. . AllcommuntcationsabouTd bcaddrcaaed to *na >iHoi!?i\ v'itizkn. IrvlnK'on. v-*. Calvin Brewington was in Norfolk Monday. W. O. Ashhurn haa returned from a visit to Baltimore. Urcell and Ruth Jones visited at Weems the past weex. Mrs. Geo. StC. Smith left last week for a visit in Baltimore. The baptistry in the Baptist cburch here has been compleud. Mrs. H. J. Dyke:tn i iii t'eson. A'.bin, are visiting relatives in BsaMaK county. Enoou'iur" hnm? ootorp'-ne aii'l l-u? >our .uintHT ?r W. H. Jow. LirwaitoQ. La ?aater Co. Materlal tbe beat. prloce low. bl* freigbta aavod. Fred Kirkmyer and Gilbert Ua came home from Baltimore to spend Easter. _ Clifford Kirkmyer left Sunday for Norfolk, where he had a \ ;.wuit ing him. _ Miss Minnie B. Geiling. of Baltimore. fs visiting at the home of Mrs. Sarah Willing. _ A party of aightaoata Crota lTrlianna visited our villago Tuesday. The little girls of the neighborhood enjoyed an egg hunt at thu home of Jno. C. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 20 April 1906

Catanage Sermon By Rev. Frank DeWltt Talmaae, O.D. Los Angeles. Cal., April 15.?In thla r-enuon tbe preacher shows how our human niisconceptions of God and his proiulses Jead us iuto error and" that the remedy i^ stmple falth and obedl ence. Tbe text ia John |v, 48. "Except yo see signs and wonders. ye wlll not belleve." We are alwaya demanding gospel proof. I.lke Qideoa of old, we want ?ur faltb bolstoral up by the wet fleece. Ltke doubting Thomas. w? wunt to seo rhrlst lu the fleah and to tbrust our fingors Iuto tbe torn palm8 of the hands and into the wounded eide before we wlll belleve tbat be is rlsen from tho dead. When any fact about Gml or tbe propbecie9 of the Bible la told us we at once say, "Glve us tbe ei ul'MRV or we wlll not belleve." Now, 1 wunt to show you not only that "faltb is tho sul>stance of thlngs boped for, m. . videnca of thlngs not seen." but that wa sbould belleve and trust God nnd aceept bis words and promlses. even whea there are no algns and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 27 April 1906

I VieelHy lournal Devoterl lo the Intere^ls ollancastei Ccinij ji^Pafiicular; llie Norlhem Heck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large VoiitTME XV. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1906. Numbsb 30. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Fo'rnsfly with Struvtn & Waclier) STEAIViSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHiNISTS' SUPPLIES. WS-JOS-ESALE QROCEPvS AIMD SHIP CHANDLERS. Eroksrs and CaamitsiM fflerchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FftEDERiCK STRKSf., BALTIMORE, MD ARE UNEXCEUED FOR FARM WORK. i " *' ! : - . I 2 ia 18 Hors3-pow3r Portailc ond Stationary Engiaes, MASUKAUI UItKI? BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOC1UK M. O. IJ. C1MI1KF .v CO.. Liv.lj, V A.. Airents. FRANK T. CLARK GOMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, v'arnishos, Window and Door Screens. Polieht^d Plate aiid Window Qtaea, Mautela, Tiles and Cratt-a. Binldiiia7 Vtltaritl Gonerallv. RataaaatM clieerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 27 April 1906

ifhr Vutiimn (fittefi OFMOrKi ?l( WFVKI * l Entered in Irvlnaton P. O. aa 'M claae matter. 1 8UB8CIUPTI0N: $1 a y?ar.in adraore VA. PIT1ZEN PUBL1AHIN0 CO.. It Itl ISIIKRH. W. R HOWK. Okfick Makaobr. All oomniiiiiii-ationa or busioeas lcttera ahould beaatdiaaaefl tothe ViKoiNiACrTiKKN, Irviag-to'i, \ a.. ?eraeehre i>rompt attentlon. Friday, April 127. lOOO. THE CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARY. The announcement tbat Hon. Otbo If. Mears, of Northampton, will be a candidate for the Democratic nomi natioQ for Congress in this District came as a eurprise to tnanv. The long and nncontested tenure that Mr. Jones has had on the position had resolved itself into a fixed thing in the minds of many. Our frienda of the Eaetern Shore got into tht way of thinking that tbe Board of Fisheries control was a beritage of that sectioD; in other words, that the chief position be longed to them. We of the Northern Neck have probably fallen into a sinnUr error; we believe perhape, that the Congressman fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 27 April 1906

LOCAL, MENTION. All oommuntcationa sbould ?>r addressod to tbe Viatiiai \ viTizr.?. Irrlaatioo, Va. F. G. Newbill waa in Norfolk last week. _ Chesapeake Aendemy will give B recitalin Opera House tonight (Friday). Miss Graco Lee spent Saturday and Sunday with the Bellawa at Ocran. _ Rascball and bat given with i boy's suit bou^ht from Schw-artzmah Bros. _ Among the reeent . ick, now out, are: Miss Lydia Heath, Mrs. Orria .James. J. Cahatoa Barw. Mjm Ohxey Wfllia teimora, ia on a vi<it to her mother, Mrs. Sarah Willing, at this place. Mrs. P. F. George, who has boen very ili for the past week. is still in a precarious condition. Jas. C. Rowe and Barker Hopkins were granted engineers* lieensos in Baltimore last week. Kneouraire home enterprise and buy your .umtx-r otw, H. Jajaw, l.-fvalt-.n. I.a'i?-a?ter Co. Materiul tbe M84, jllc? low. lii? frei?rhts aared. _ Miss Lizzie Tate, of Essex county. is on afortnight's visittoher sisters, Mrs. William Dyke and Mrs. H. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 27 April 1906

ermon By Rev. Frank DoWitt Talmstfe. D.D. If l.'is Aogotea, fTsl. April 22- How to gflt ri.l of tha -!xf!< ton in tbe closet," to orereo' ?? the kJahfc a tionMe. tbe uo rspsatcd fauii. N tbo aubjeel of tbe ??I Gbday, tha teat cJaoeea batog TsmIim \,-. s. -oor <i>. i.t sitis in th? I; Iit of tby con'iP-niiiice." klOBl i:n>n are irirn .on-nnla. Tbey were as kSbttaJ roi k?-d iu tbe cradle of fear. As boja they always by night db-Iiked to ii ivl tha rood wbieb leads -rw which Tam o' Shnn I by tbe hobgoblins. "<)f i ? ll?>* ?> iu yhosts." ?al EUigtish *v jugeiUt. .' ns t.tl squetuuish wh?M), : . <> have to walk paat a stleut < v BTavejwd la tlie dark bours tnltotght. And most of 03 are ! of Um valley of tbe shadow of death when. lik?? tbe psaimist of old. w? l.i>k at It In tbe dlm vlata of tbe fuiuro. nlthongh, like bim, w> know tt is nothing but a black aha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 May 1906

VOLUME XV. * Weskly Journal Devoteti to the Interests of lancaster Cctinty in Particular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1906. NUMBKR 31. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formsriy with Struven S Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brtskers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S.-FREDER1CK STREEL,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 22S&3* ARE UNEXCELLED FOR PARM WORK. *~' (B?.?waaBa9aaaa7Zliai taaraa." " 2 lo 18 Horse-power PortaUSe anil Statlonary Engines. MANUFACTIRED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATiLOGUE M. O. U. CINDIFF A CO.. Liyrlj, VA.. Atrents. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., ^ Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliahtd Plate and Window Glaae, Mantel?, Tiles and Grates. Uuilding Material Generally. Estiioates ciieerfully j?iven. FRANK T. CLARK CO...

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

Ito'TmiuviH ?\i\zm DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY. [EnteredIn IivIriatoti P. O. aa Sddaaamatter.] 8UB8CBIPTION: $1 a yoar.ln adraore VA. CITIZEN rrilLIHHINtl CO., nm.iMiriis. W. R ROWE. Officb Manaobr ADVERTISINO RATK8. oui. iSm. r'n.or a.OW 6.00 ,. laiiin 1.1 36.00 lyr. 10.IA' ir>.<e so.ou a'l.oti 30.00 35.00 40.0C ?0 cta. per meta oaoh lnser -* liiihoa, o.oo'10.00 s a.00114.00 ? *J io.ooji-.oo * 13.00l30.00 a ? i4.ooss.ua 8 * 18.00 fm " 83.00 13 " X oolumn. SS.00 l noliiau (spechtl poaltion), 40.00 14T"35per oent.addttional for Bpeclal poaltion Notloea ln reauingr oolumna, 10 eenta per c mnarell Une. Obituarlea, rollgiouB notlcos ot ent?<rt*ln m.-nts.ezouratona. etc.one-half reirular laaaa .10.00 4A.01 86,001 M.OO 60.001100.00 A1L eoramunications or bualneas lettere should be atidrvssed to the Vihoinia Citixkn, Irvlrurton, Va., to receive protnpt attentlon. Friday, May 4. 10OG. Thr House of Representativee haa decided to restore tbe item providing for free dist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 May 1906

LOCAL MENTION. All communication* ahould be ^d.Ueaeed to bt? Vikuikia Jitikkn. IrviiiKion. Va. Bernard Willing is in B;ilt imore this weok. Miss Lurline Willinjt left Fridav Itat For an extended visit in Baltimore. 11. B. Botighton. is spending a few lays this week with friends at Millen? beck. Bnooii'iic" home erit,?rprii? a;i-l ?>??> umi^r oi W. II. .' l\>. Maif rlal the beat. priajaaj low. bla frelgfcca iavo.1. _ W. K. Pltman, of Regina, < atothex, J. W. i'itmun, near here, the past v C. W. Thurston, I'oint, Va., spent last week with friends here and U rbanna. F. A. Gunby has sold his pieco of land near White Stone Wharf to Dr. H. B. Treakle, ef White Stone, Mrs. Maggie Street and little son, Folliard, returned from a visit to Mid? dlesex county Wednesday afternoon. Chesapeake AuMJeiltf baseba'd team will cross bats with the Urbanna boyi this afternoon (Friday) at LTrbanna. Miss Julia Chandler.of U rbanna, was on steamer Sunday en route...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 May 1906

*? Caltnage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. Los Angoles, Cal., April 29.?In this Bermon tho preaeher tr.kes us back to tbat wonderful pcrlod of life wben th? aulnd of tbe ebild, ernerging from tbe inysterioui twllight land. flrst beglns to think independently. He warns os to respect these visions of cbildhood. The text ls I.uke 11. 40. "Wist ye not that I must be about My Fatber's busi? ness?" Without doubt one of the most aatis factory plcturcs ever painted of Jesus Cbrlet la that of Hoffman. called "Christ the P.oy Tolking Witb tbe Doc tors ln tbe Teutple." We have seen scores of plctures of Jesus Cbrlst. The Parisian l.ouvre is full of them. Tbe Vatlean b full of them. The art gnl Jeries of Antwerp and Hrussels and Beilin aml Veadee are full of them. But. though the grentest artists bave cxhatistcd their geuius to reproduce for BB nn insplred ldea of the Saviour's faoo. yet nmst of thc-in have come far short of the idcal. Tbey either make CkrtBTa faea tao effeminate....

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