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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 May 1906

*r$*tti& (Eiltem. k Weefcly Journal Detoted to g laterests of lancaster County in Particular: the Nonhein NecK and Rappahannocfc Valley m General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 190G. NUMBEB 32. VOLUME XV. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimsrly 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,_BALT1M0RB, HD. ABENAQUE S???^E ARE UNEXCELLEI FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Ponable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTiRED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOGUE M. O. B. CUNDIFF k CO.. LHely, VA.. Airenta. FRANK T. GLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Toliahed Tlate and Window GUss, Mantels, Tiles and Grates. Bailding Material Generall?.' Eatimates cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 May 1906

iHir Vv 'ntura [ Kntercd In Irvtnsrton V. o.aa 3d ctaaa matter.1 8UBHI RIITION: $1 ? ?-ar,.a ?i*<i-r* TA. TITIZKN PUBIJAHINV CO. nr?i nam W R HOWE. OrKica Mahaobh. ADVERTlBlNn RAT?8. 3m. 18m. I \yr. 8.011 10.00 14.00 S0 cta. por i oon nswb Inaer'n. or t.00 8 InuhtM. e.00 i Jl a.00,.., * 10.00! 17.00 * " U.00 80.001 * " 14.00 10 ? B.w, 1- *' X oolumn. 35.00 1 oolumn (sj.?m. ial poaition), 40.00 > p? r c?' a t. axjdllio na 1 (or apeclal poaition 10.)? 15.(0 3U.CO ?.!? 8(100 88.00; 35.00 88.00 40.00 W.00 45.00 S8.U0 si>.oe 80.00 100.00 Nottoea in reading oolumna, 10 oeota per Oonparell line. Obituarlea. reMaiona notlcea of entertain ?v^nta. exow raiona. eco.. ono-haUr recnilar rat?>9 Al. i<;<.iiim>inlcation9 or buaioem letter* anouM be :H<lr*v?ed to the Viroinia Citizkn, Irvlnjjton, \ a.. to recetvo prompt attentioii Frltlay, May 11. 1900 "JONES OR MEARS." The Northern Neck having wrested the chairm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 May 1906

LQCAL MENTION. ^5S5yrsss;.,B?lsj&rgr,w' ? Milton Church is bOBM fr m IVrmsvl vania. Capt, C. II. Willm-r is in Baltimore this week. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at the home of Mrs. Flora Irving. .UUiUtrnt W. h . .w.it. ,,. ,.,\? ."r taved '" ,,lU,,< low? b '? '??UhU Miss Ida Joa Haydon has returned from an extended visit in Philadelphia. Irvfeag Messiek returned Fridr.y from ? week'sjtripto Baltimore and PtlflsoVl phia. Mrs. Jimmy Sanders and her mother, Mrs. Webb left Wednesday on a visit to Warsaw. It you want dwelUnjrs, cnurchev tcatsor housesof anydeecrtption :.uilt wrlictu W,H. Josse. tontrsntor, UtwsltQA, Va. I'sUmatea wa?dowu; m >li> locsxfcad Ia UMMMter oouaty A crowd of youn;j paoplo \wre hre Saturday from Mill Croek. lo,\vr Mid dlesex. A small ad recently in th sold all the peaa a big dcaler had to dis pose of. Willie Wise, who has been working in Norfolk during the winter returned home Monday. WANTKD:?Travellin* *aleauiun. Must...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 May 1906

?a!mage Sermon By Rev. Frank DeWitt Talmatfe. D.D. Los Ajnfalna, Caa* May C?In the terrihle ealamity which has befallen San Francisco the preacher today flnda a lesson for the wbole nation. Thetezt J* 1 KJacs xix, 11, V2, "An earthquake. I l?ut tbe lAtnl was not lo the earth- I quake; and after the enrthquake a flre. but the Lord was not in the flre; and after tbe flre n still amall voiee." "Extra! Extra! Extra!" crled the newsbby in the street Llke the flsb monger's call. the volce echoed up and leiqied through my study window. It did not cause even tho trvmor of the hand that held the movlng pen. Why, I have beard that call of "Extra! Ex? tra!" bo often that it was like the cry of "Wolf: WatfT In the legend of old. 1 did not even have interest enough to Bay. "Another railroad accident." or "Another emptlon of Mouut Vesu ?vius." or "Another tbreatened war be twasa Fruuce and Germany over the Afrieau trouble*." But auddenl/ my self complncency was roused to vebe ment ai-tion. A memb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 May 1906

%um ? - itMetL * Weekly Joarnal Pewted to Ihe Bueresis^of lanMste^Cownyin Particular; the Notihern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large VOLUME XV. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. MAY 18, 190G. NtJMBEB 33. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Fornwly with Struven S Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRBDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE>N;?^E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Ponatile and Stafionary Engines, MANUFACTUUEI) IJY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOGUE M. 0. B. CINPIFF A. CO.. Livrly, VA.. Atfenls. FRANK T. SLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliahed Plate and Window Glass, Mantclf>, Tilea and Gratea. Building Material Generall?. Edtimatee cheerfully givon. FRANKVT. CLARK CO., Lld., 96-98 8R0D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 May 1906

OEMOORATIO weeklt. I Entered in Irvtn?ton P.O.uMolaas matter.l SUBSCIUPTION: $1 a year.ln alvaace va. citizen piblishinw co., II Itl ISH J HS. W. R. ROWE. Oprics Makaobb. ADVEBTISINQ RATE8. Jrm. ;?nj. | lyr. 50 cta. per lncn each lnaer*n,or ?.(*? &.00 m.i? 3 lnohes, ?.oo io.U) 14.00 ? " s.mi u.w ao.ttt * 10.00 17.t?! 25.?W ? l-'.n: ?.?(?.ik' .ai.<xi la.oo e-.'.ui 3&.00 .? *: 18.uk ^.<ri 4o.i?> H SUi> W.OO 4.VO' 1- Jb oolumn, 25.00 :tA.<X> Ni.00 1 ooluaan (special poaition), 40.UOtiO.oo lOO.tti I w~SSper oent.addttlonal for spccial position Noticea lu readlng oolumns. 10 cems per nv>i)|mr^il line. Obituartes, religioua noticea ol entertain t'<"iti.cTcurslons. etc.one-half rerular rat<^ Al. oommuoicatlons or bueim-s.* lettcrs should ta'dddrenaed tothe Vihisim * Titi/i v. Irvington, Va., to receive prompt atteotlon. ygMay, May 18, 190? SOME OYSTER TALK. Mr. Editor:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 May 1906

LOCAL MENTION. I *wA,?l.commui,,?r,,,',n" ?S*rt?M b? addr??*aO to tba VIRUIMA ^ ITISKM. I r\ Kra A. R. Taylor isimpraring after a slightindisposition. Mrs. L. H. bnrwm lafl visit WaSUtSS in Paltiit W. T. had a young horse hadiy eut recently witli ; - ire. Baoou .v -Uiul?.r .1 ? > Co. MH-i'i-iil f.< mvea. i Ine/. Atacand ir, ina, is; visitin.: U Bpworth Umight (Friday) withMi ! Heath. I Miss l'earl Dix returned from .Molusk last week. She is tponding thia at White Ston*. If you *?act dvriMIm?n?, em.-ct'o*. lunta or hou<t>s ocaaj i ierlpu< ? buitt mriu iuW.h, Josae, coatntetor, latwaltoB, V*. i ? aa?d<j#u; tuiua locat'u iii baaoa t m eouty Capt. J. E. IhasooMs I for his factory on tho season's fishin;;. Tho dw R. Davis, ,i. \ ria James and Harry Hopkms aro .'yated. Monday next Ia Lancaster . ? :.:. U- - pre3enlati\vs oi the VntOBOA ClTIISM and our home FireA i wiD bo oa hand su-w ii.-.i 11 l,,- | m ., deraageavea "i tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 May 1906

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frsnk De Wltt Talmatfe. O.D. Los Angeles, Cal., May 13.?In this sermon the preaeher records his ob Hervatlons durhig a tour of the wrecked eity of San Franclsco after the dlsaster nnd draws some tituely lessons from the xporience. The text is Psalm clv, l>2, He leoketh on the earth, and !t trembleth; he toucheth the hills, and they smokc." Ves, I have beon to San Franclsco. I hnve felt the earth hcavlng beneath niy feet. With my own eyes I have seeu the blnckeued, smokiug rulns. I have walked uuuer the tottering walls. I have heard tbe explodhag dynamlte razing the rulns to the ground. Some people said I eould not get Into the clty If 1 araat tbere. and some aaid I might be able to get Into the clty. but if I did 1 would eertaluly be put to work eleanlng the streets and pillng up brieks. Aud some people said that If I g ot into the clty 1 would be quaran tlued and not be nllowed to come out because tbe smallpox was ragingtbere. And some people aaid ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 May 1906

%nm VOLITVIK XV. _* Weekly Journal Dsioted to the Interests of lancaster Ccunty in Particular; the Korthern Heck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large [RVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FlilDAY, MAY 25, ~L90^. =? NUMBEB 34. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimaily wi'h Struven & Wackei) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Erokers and Commission Wlerchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERiCK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE S&SStSR. ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. ^ajBjrtSSBM*>? 2 to 18 Horse-power PortaDle and Stationary Engines, MANLFACTUKEl) HY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. CATALOGUE M. O. B. CL'NDIFF * CO.. Liyely, VA.. A*en1g. FRANK T. SLARK COMPANY, LTO., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Pol".3hed Plate and Window Gliias, Muntele, Tiles and Grates. Building Material Generally. Estimates cheerfully given. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 May 1906

DKMOCK.UIC WEKKLY. [ KntercU In Irvingtoo P. O. aa Bd claaa matter.] 8UB9C1UPTION: $1 a year. ln advanoe TA. CITIZEN nilUSHINH CO., PUBLisHcaa. W. R. ROWK. OrFica Mana.;rr Al. oommunlcaUona or bualncas lettera jhould ?*? hiMtw.-u u> the Viruikia Citisrh, I rvluirton, \ a., to rooeive prompt attentlon. Frtday, May 53, 1OO0 "Kill the primary, or the pri? mary will kill the Democratic partj" ?in Virginia. As rock-ribbed in U-'pu-blicauisiu as is Pennsjlvauia if the dominant partj should adopt the primary system for nominations, within five years there would be no Kepubl can party in Penusylvania. That would be a good thing for tbe Keystone State, bnt would a similar catastropbe bentfit Virgioia? A solidly Democratic as is the OU Do munou.no unprejudiced mind could for a moment say that it would be well to wipe out Democratic rule here. Yet that is wbat persidtence in the primary farce means. Here is some food for thougbt from the columnsof the Petersburg ludex Appeal: Wise c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 May 1906

LOCAL MENTION. . Alleommunlcattonaahould beaddreased to the ViaoiaiA vJitizkn. Irvington. Va. Vernon Willey is in Baltimore, this week. Herman Smith was in Crisfield the past week. Harry G. Waters was in Baltimore the past week. Tliiiisthe soaaoti or the year when Hromo Mlgraine should be kept at hand. t'ures nll headaehes. Jno. R. Campbell was in Richmond on business this week. All is bustle for the finals at the Chesapeake Acadomy, June :>-.">. Will Turlington has been sufiVt in* ths past weok from boils on his neck. Lloyd Barnett sailed for Baltimore Wednesday with his fino young horse to make sale. O. W. Franklin and Frank Packctt. of Warsaw, are visiting at tho home of W. T. Broadus. _ District Anti-Saloon LsBgttS mects Tuesday afternoon next at White Stone Methodist church. Mrs. Farmie McD. Lee left this to spend the summer with sons who nre in business in Pittsburg, Pa. Frank H. Wilshin went to Norfolk a few weeks ago and is now engaged con tracting and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 May 1906

*-a Calmage Scrmora By Rev. Frsnk De Witt Talmatfe, O. D. Ix>s Angeles. Cal.. May 20.?That the dlvlne power for life aud serviee con ferrod on tlic disciples at IVutecM ls stlll aceeeaJble to preaeut day iin-i^ 11aii3 and will he eouferred on tbose who fulnll Il3 conditions is the conten tlon of the preaeber lu this WafinuM < tho text I.uke xxlv, 40. "lutil ye ba ondued with power from ou hi?;li." Wbllo I was poadertog ou tlijs text like a fla8h this sentenoe rOM to my lipa: "Il3w many men and women there are who have all the niighty elo ments for gospel power except th ? OM fact that they are not developed! What service they might reuder as u aspel evaugellsts If they would only follow taM leading; of Jesus Christ and friead ?with iiiiti that they might be bAptuced with the power of tbe n >;>? <;iiost. These ineu and woincu aro like tbe dis? ciples of IsiM Christ betom th of Penteeost. They helieve in .losus. In oue seuse they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 June 1906

trgittia VOLUME XV. I Weekly Journat Devoted lo Ihe lalerests of Uncaster County in Particular: the flortftern Nec> and RappahannocK Valley |. General, and ,he World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1906. Nttmhtc-r JIK CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS'SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Comniission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTiMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?f ?^2E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable and Statlonary Engines, MANUFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, CATALOGUE M. WESTMINSTER STATION, VT. 0. B. CUMHFF A CO.. Uvrly. VA.. A?rm1s FRAMK I, GLARK COMPANY, LTO., Sash, Doora and Bliods, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door tScreens. Polished Plate and Window Glias, llsntelt, Ttim ai.d Ur.trc Huilding Materia! Oenerally. Ettimatte eheerfi.ll? gtvm FRANK T. CLARE CO., LtcL, 96-98 BRQ...

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

DEMOCRATIO wbeklt. [ Kntered in Irvington V. O. as 3d olaaa matter.] 8UBSUHIPTION: tl a yaar,In advaooe TA. (-ITI/EN lTHLlSIIINU CO., nill.lMIKKS. W. R. ROWE. Owck Manageb. Prlday, Jnoe 1, lOOO STATEMENTS AT VARIANCE. If the campaign is to be carried on upon the much advertised hi^h plano at the outset of Mr. Jouvo' (\invass there are two iteru?, which we did not have space in last issue to enlarge upon, growiug out of Mr. Jonea* Lancaster speeches that wonld be better dropped. In reiterating and making much of tbe casual h1 lu8ioo by Mr. Mears to his (Mr. :Jooea') having drawo $80,000 in aalary tbe apeaker nsed an illustra tion to the fffect that when fcpntj licau J. J. McDonald alltnled to a likeuiatter in Caroline he was hooud by tbe audience, adding that this "disbonorable" argutnent waa btirg advanced now by Mr. M?are. To 8<<v the |ebat ?.f it, this is poor rn-r paign mateiiai for a high-,.lM? * apeaker. Anjoiie who l ?.. aa ,\lr. l!~ara wdu!J neverascrile...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 June 1906

LOOAL MENTION. Allooraraunteat?on?ahoul<! bewlUreaaed to ?? > laoisixiJiTiXKH. Irvlnurtoii. v?. Messrs. GriflHh and Jett are twinting T. W. Tull's house Capt. Geo. W. Hoffman has moved into his new home in West Irvington. A strawberry festival will be held at the old chapel here Saturday night. Griffin Garner, of the M.. D. & V. Hne, spent Tuesduy at his home here. Mrs. Will Barker, of Lively, spent Tucsday with her sister, Mrs. Lee Mason. A party 01 young men came over from Urbanna Sunday on Gc '. Wage nen's launch. Kncourauro home enterprls? an-1 ??uy your .umhnotW.H.Jew.., t..twait?.u. l.au-H-ter Co. MttterJnl the beat, ptlct* low. Oi* iroighta aaved. Amongtherecent sick, now improved, are: Geo. T. Lokey, Jno. R. Davis, Capt. Jno. W. Hundley. Mrs. Mary Croaby, of Maryland, is visiting her neice. Mrs. K. \V. Long, at "Cedardale." Irvington. Miss Ray Tomblinson. of Urbanna, spent Saturday evening and Sunday w'iththe Misses Brewington. Mrs. Sally Ro...

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

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Wltt Tilmaga. IX D. ?: Los Augeles, Cal., May 27.?In this reruion for Memorlal day tbe preacber tuarks the line between true and falae lieroisn:, utters a warning against mil iiarj luipostors and gives some timely ?idvioe to tbe old soldiers. The text Is I.<*viticus xix, 32. "Tbou sbalt rise up ttefore tbe boary bead and bonor tbe face of tbe old mau." Some time ago it was iny privllcge aud bonor to address tbe old soldiers iu tbe Veterans- bome at Sawtelle. in Koutbern Callforuia. Just before I as ivnded tbe platform tbe leader of tbe meeting made a strauge request. He Miid: "IMeaao dou't tbrow any bouquets to tbe old soldiers. Tbey dou't like It." "What do you mean?" I asked. "Wny." said the cbairman. "I meau do not call ibi'iu ?heroes' and tell tbem wbat a ao Me set of meu tbey are. Almost ev ery speaker who comea here trlea to get their good will by fliuging compll iiieuts at tbem. and too much augar rs always nauseating to tho ?tomacb....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 June 1906

VOLUMB XV. > Weekly Journal Devoied to ihe Interests ol Lancaster Ccuniy in Particnlar; ihe Horthern Neck and RappahannoO Valley in General. and the World at large _ _ IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 190G. NlTMRER 3fi. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Nlerchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. H4 S. FREDERICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?S??i." ARE UHBCBUD FOR FARM WORK. V aWitaaiat 2 to 18 Horse-power Portabie and Statlonary Engines, WANDFACTUREI) 15 Y ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATTON, VT CATALOOUE M. O. B. CINMFF ft CO.. Llvelj. VA.. Airenta. FRANK T. SLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. rollshed Plate arul Wiodow QlftM, Mantele, TiU-s and Grutfs. Building Material Geoerally. Edtimatee cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 June 1906

DKNOCKATIC WEEKLY. [ Kntercd to IrvtnfrtoD P.O.std claaa matter.l 8UBSCRIPTION: $1 a yaar.ln advance VA. OITIZEN PUBLISH1NG CO., II IU ISBKR8. VY. R. HOWE, OrriCK Makamcr Friday. Juae 8, 19UO. THE WAY OF THE STATESMAN. Waahingtoo correapondeota iu some of the daily papers note tbat Congressman Jones had not been at his poat of duty for some time. Tbey alao Btate that Cougresatnan Smthall baa withdrawn from the race in the Fourth District and is iu his seat in Congress; and that Mr. Maynard, of tbe Secood, wbo bas a hot right on his handa is attending to his coogreaaional dntiea in Wash? ington. Mr. Jones has inviteU pablic criti cism of his record and public acta. We ask is it fair to his con atitueuta and the country at large tbat are payiog hia aalary for him to be absent where there is pressing need for his services ? We do not admit that he would be of any great use in the halls of Congress, but Mr. Joue* and his friends proclaim that he ia one whom tbe State and Nation can il&a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 June 1906

LOQAL MENTION. All oomraunloationa ahould be addreaaod to tne Vikuinia Citit.kn. Irvlmtton. Va. H. B. Boughton is in OroJaff* county on busin. Aid Society tonijjht (Fridav) al home of Mrs. J. Thos. Rilee. Bushels of lottari find our waste basket for lack of .signature. Miss Bessie Pritehard. of frahohoth Chureh, i* visitin-r Miss IJIm ? this week. Have Um ClTKI N follow you in your summer war.derin-s-L'.V f;>r 3 months; fl per year. ? the big reda ;.?.?,< lo rlnthtaw ai Sohwartzun.i Mn.-i.. WIiii.m,, ?? .,,?| k :,? ,, BOCk. Mrs. K. T. Gcorue and Miss Edith George left last wwk to \-isit relatives in Stafford. _ Mrs. A. C Powellofuppcr Middlesex, was in attendance upon tho Academy linals this we?k. Miss Agn.s lia-.zard. of I'oeris, is spending this week with 1 or cousin, Mrs. Henry Damerel. Mrs. Alice Loane and Miaa Kdith Sickle, of Baltimore, OO visiting at the home of L. H. Brvant. J. W. Pitman, near h.re, killcd a chicken-hawk one day last week moa^ur ing 6 f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 June 1906

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank Dc WItt Talmafa, D. D. Ix>s Angeles. Cal., June a?In tbla lerinon the preacher shows the won ilerful power that ts within the reach i>f fhose who aceept the lnvitatlon and r.:ilize the promise In the text, Mnt thew vl, 33, "And all these thlnga shall be added unto you." What ia a prouiissory note? "Why." you answer, 4it Is a written agreement made by one man ia the interests of uuother man." There are many forms of proml8Sory notea. just the smue aa there are many forms of wllls aud last testamenta, but as a rule the legal form of a pronrtasory note Is written thua: "Xluety days after date 1 promise to pay to the order of Mr. So-and-ao $5,000 at the First National bank of New York city, with Interest at the rate of G ?>er ceut per aunutn. Valae received." What. I ask, can anybody write a prouiissory uote and get 15.000 on a written agreemeut llka that? "Oh, a?,** you anawer, laughlng. "Na man can get money at the bank on ...

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