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

itainia (E&ltem Weekly Journai Devoted to the lutetests of tancasiei Ccur.ty in Particular, the Northem Neck and RappahannoeK Valley in General, and the World at Large VOLUMB XVI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, PRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1906. NUMBEB 5. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. | Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE SSS??iSE ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horss-power Portable and Stalionary Engines, MANCFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE m. O. B iVNUIFF k CO.. Llrely, VA.. Acenls. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. PoKihed Plate and Window Glaas, Mantels, Tiles and Grates. Bailding Material Generally. Eatimates cherrfully given. ERANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BROOKE AVENUE._NOR...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 November 1906

^rVu'iiiiuu (fiti?rn. DEMOCRATIC WEERLT. [ Entered to I rvington P. O. as 3d olaaa taatter.] BUBSCHIPTION: $1 a year.ln advunce VA. (ITIZEN II HL1SHINW CO., I'l Itl.ISHKKS. >V. R. ROWE, Opkick Mahaobb. Al. oommuDlcatious or buaiueas lettera sbould ?>e addrt'Kw-d to the Vhumma Citizk.i, I rvingtou. Va.. to recvivo prompt atlention. Frl?layt Xovember 2, 1 ?<><>. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fob Cu.n<:bkm?Firbt DlSTBICT, W. A. JONE8, <?r Hlt'llMOKD COURTT. Waterfowl are steadily ditniDitb ing iu numbers all over tbe United States and some species appear to be threateued with pxtiuction in the near fnture, according to a report issued by the Agricaltaral Depart. ment on the distributiou aod migra tion of American ducks, geeee nnd swans. The report says that "lluse fowl were fornierly abuodant over tbe whole Uoited States and tb**ir value for food wa* great. They have forrned in the paat, and sbould con? tinue to form, a valuable asset aud importaut source of revenue to tbe...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 November 1906

LOCAJL MENTION. All oommunloattoM ahould be addreaed to tb. VlROINlA Oitisbm. trvloxton, V?. Dr. L M. Irving ia in Baltimore thia Turn out Tuesday and vote for W. A. Jones. '_ Calvin Brewington was in Manchester this week. Griffin Garner was at his home here a short time this week. Old papers fof sale at the Citizen office. ja Editor Lee is in Rich mond this week attending Board; of Fisheries meeting. Miss Lottie "Bellows, of Ocran, is guest of the Misses Brewington this week. ._ Don't forget the great Kilmarnock Fair?Wednesday, Thursday and Friday next. _ a Read the digest of Virginia's game laws, compiled especially for the Vir? ginia Citizen, on our first page this week. Among the recent sick, now improved, are: Dr. Gea>. H. Oliver and Bud Broadus. _ P**a hay and faalder for aale, in tbe fleld or deltvered. Alab <??.?? ordere for oorn when shuckeri... .- W. McD. I.ek, Irvinartnn. Mrs. LeliaGoates and little son, Jack, of Warsaw, are visiting Mrs. A. James, near here, this w...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 November 1906

r> Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank Dc Witt Talmafe. D. D. i *?-at Ix)s AngHrs. CaL, Oct M.--In this scrniuii the pmdWf shows tlie folly of trustlng Iu a continunnce of mnterlal ugs ns a means of hnppiness. Tbe t<?xt i; l'roverbs xxvil, 1. "Hoast not ttiys?'lf of tomorrow. for tbou kaowatt siot What a day inay briug focth" Oac of tbe most impressive plctures I bave e\*-r seen was one entitled ?'Tho Journay of I.ife." It depicted a row boat belug pttlled out to a shtp In the ofl&ng. A large famlly wltb tbelr hmisehohl goods were Iu tbe boat. In tbe stvrn were tbe gray balred grand fatber aud graiidmotber. Llk* tbe great ptetuia of Napoleoo leavlng l'rnnee. these two old folks were ear lisatlj scanning tlie receding sbore. Tbelr llves were nearly ended. and tbelr thjughts were in the past. Tbey were living entirely in the sweet mem ories of the days that were gone. At the feet of the old folks their grand chlMr?i were playing with their toya. Like two little kltteus. they did no...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 November 1906

' VOLUMB XVI. 3H?giiti?t Weslily Journal Devoted lo the Inleresis ol Lancasiei Ccunly in Particulat; the Korthern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in Gei.eral, and the World at large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER d, 1906. NUMBEB 6. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Fotmerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Nlerchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE SSSSES* ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK, 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CaTALOGUE m. 0. B *JtTNDIFF k CO.. LIvely, VA.. Asrents. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliahed Plate and Window Glass, Mantels, Tiles and Grates. Building Ifaterial Generally. Estimates cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BROOKE AVENUE._NORFOLK...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 November 1906

OKWOURaTIC WfiEKLT. ! Bnti r.-.i t-i lrv.rikrf 11 P. <>. ?s M <????? matt<>r.' 8 0 B80MIPTION: $1 a year, ia adTeacc VA. CITIZEN PlBLlHlllMi CO., PUILISHER8. W. R. ROWK. Ornca Majaoeh. *\DVKBT1SIN(J RAT58. 8m. i ttm. | lyr. ?'?' cta. per inob each luaer'n. or 4.00i 6.O0I 10.U -' int-hoa, 6.00 10.00 16.(1 ?J 8.00 14.001 20.? 10.00 ?17.00 &-,.(? * ia.00'30.00! no.i\ 14.00, sj.oo ;o.t * " 18.00 86.00, 4*ui 1' 8S.00130.00 45.0 af M H column. 86.O0i3S.00! *<M 1 ooluan 'apanialpoaition), 4O.OO160.00,lOO.fj H^SSr^repru.addltloiial forapeclal poaltlm AL oonimiiriieationa or buaineas letten MiouM \h' tuiiireaaed to the Vihuinia Citizkn 1 r\ intf t'?ii. Va,., to reeeive prompt atteution. Frlilay, November *>, IOOO. VALE OF -MIGHT-HAVE-BEEN.' For fear a good point, or points made in a commuoication of Mr. H E Owen, of Weerne, in our last issue inay be overlooked or not atrike th? casual reader with the force it shoulti we extract a part of the article anc herewith repr...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 November 1906

RELIGIOUS APPOINTXENTS. METBODI8T. Bbv. J. R. Lauohtor, Pastor. Irvington. First and Thlrd Sunday a, 11AM* Fourth Sunday. 8 P. M. White Stone. rirat Sunday. 3 P. M.; Seoor * and Kourth Sundays. II A. M. Aabury (Kleeta' laland), Seooud Sunday, 3 I>. M ; Thlrd Sunday. 8 P. M. Proviilenoe t'htpel. Kourth and Fifth Sun? days, 3 P. M. Rev. Porter Hardt, Pastor. White Marsh. Fourth Sunday, 11 A. M.: Second Sunday. 11 A. M. Kdgely. Kourth Sunday, V P. M.; Second Sui. day. 3 P. M. Rehoboth, KtiitSunday.lt A. M.; Thlrd Suc da>, 8 P. M. Blu*T Poiot, Klrai Sunday. :i P. M.; Third Sun? day. II A. M. Kilmarn vck Hall, Ktrat Sunday, 7:*> P. M. Ml!a, Tntrd Sunday. 7:3u P. M. BAPTIST. Kav. K. w. Cutbrook. Paator. Irvingmn. Second and Fourth Sunday*. 3:30 P. M.; Ftrat Sunday. 8 P. M. Wlcomioo, Klrat *t>d Third ^.itiriavs. 11 A. M. Ktlmarnock. Secoud and Kourth Sundaya, II A. M. Bluff Point Chapel, Third Sunday. 3:30 p. M. Mrent'B Hall (Kilmarnockj. S? oond. Kourth and Kiftb Sundays. 7:30...

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

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Franh Dc Wltt Talmage. D. D. Loa Angeles. ?'a!.. Nov. ?. ln tbis senn-m the pr.iuher shows the britrht er side of bunian experienee and espe ?ia!ly the rewarda nud eiicourngemeuta tbat ghulden the hoarts of those who Jiie loving and helpful to their fellow men. Tlie texl is Acta xxrilL 2. "And the b people abowed us uo lit? tle kindoesa." A ?' Le yet to 1k? written un? der t!'.- eaptloo Tbe Brlght Side of a Forelgu Missionary's Life." W'ben fa uious uiiaalouariea like Bishop Williuui Taylor o&ed to visit uiy fatber's home when I waa a boy I would staud afar off and look at them as the Florentine |>eople used to v.ateh the passiug Daiite. After the raiuoua Italian au th >r returned to the city of bls youth his ueighbors always snid wheu he ap peared upon- the streets, "There gocs 1I1 ? man who has been in hell." So for vtvivs I felt tbat a foreign missionary held was sueu an iufcrno as Dante de 8cribed. I felt that it waa a place In hablted by savages...

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

mmm VOLUME XVI. WeeUy Journal Devoted lo ihe Inie.esls of lancastet Ccnnty in Particiilar; the Horthern Wecfc and BappahannocH Valley in Genera), and the World at Large IBVINQTON, VIBQINIA, FEIDAT, NOVEMBER 10, 1906. NUMBEB 7. CHAS. M. STRIVEN & CO., (Formetiy with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Biokers and Commission Nlerchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET.,_BALT1M0RE, MD. AuLnlAyLt engines ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, MANCFACTUKED BS ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE m. O. B viJNDIFF k CO.. Lirely, VA., A*eat?. FRANK T. GLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Polished Plate and Window Glaaa, MantelB, Tiles and Grate*. Puildmg Material Generallr. Eatimate* cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BRODKE HVENUE._N0RF0LK, VIRGINU. ...

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

?Thr luoinai (ftti*rtt HKMOCRaTIC wekklt. I Kotered 1 n I rv\n*ton P.O.uJJ cI?m matter. 1 BUBSCRIPTION: $1 a yaar.in adraace YA. CITI/EN PlBLIftHIM* 00., ntll 1SHKK&. W. R. ROWE. Ornoa Manaubr. Al. <?mniutik-?tiuns or buainess lettera shviuld bvaihlrv? VimhiuOi I rvinyton. Va.. t. ?. .mpt atteaUon. Frlday, Noveuil>er lO. 19U0. It is said the Democratic orgaoi zation will iuvestigate tbe bolt of McCarren, tbe Democratic leader in Kinga conoty (Brooklyn), who 8T;itched llearst and advised his followera to do likewise. This should be Jone by all means. No orgaoiza t;on?niilitary, civil, religious or po litieal?cau hope toachieve anytbiog by countenadcing bolters. Some bolters are conscientious, otbers are not. Some of tbe latter ilk are moved hy jealousy, persooal pique, S'Klsh bnsioess motives and disap pointmeot. They are all free meo, and entitled to follow tbe bent of their own feelings, but it is not right? aod poaitively diahooest?to cloak themselves with a garb they do...

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

RELltilOUS APPOINTMENTS. MRTHODIST. Rbt. J. R. Lacohtom, Paator. Irvlnjrt^n. Firat and Ttalrd Sundaya. 11 A. M.; Fourth Humlsv. Ki.M. White Stone. Ptrat Sunday, a P. M.; Second aod Fourth Sundaya. II A. M. Aabury (Fleete' Island >, Second Suuday, ?'< V. M.; Thlrd Sundtr. * P. M. Provldenc* Chapel. Fourth aud Flftb Sun? daya. a F. M. KlV. PUHTKK HaHDY, PASTOH. White Marah. Fourth Sunday, 11A.M.: Secoud Suoday.lt A. M. Edrety. Fourth Suoday, UP. M- Second Suu day, 8 F. M. Kehobotb. Flr?t Sunday, II A. M.: Tbird Sun aa?.l ?? bL BlufT Point. ?\<rm *unday. :i r. M.: Thh day. II A. M. KHmartiook Hall. Firat Sunday. 7 ??> I*. M. Ml'a. Thlrd Suuday. ?:<*> **. BL BAPTIST. Rbt. F. W. Ci.ATBKOdK, Paaior. Irvlnatnn. Second and Founh Sundaya, J:30 P. M.; Firat Sunday. B P. R. Wloomioo. First and Third Sundaya. 11 A. M. RUtnaruock. Second and Fourth sundaya, II A. M. Bluff Folnt Chapel, Thlrd Sunday. 3:30 P. I . Brent'a Hall <Rilmarnock>. S. oontl. Fourth and Ftfth Sundaya...

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

Calrnage Serrnor. By Rev. Frank De Wltt Talmage. D. D. Loo Angele-s. Cal., Nov. 11.-The in fereueea from the Scriptural statement that the humau raee orlglnally bOCO the ? livine image are ImnffnalTfiij polnted out hy the prvecber in thia sennou. froui tlie text Genesla i, 27. "So God craaaad naa in hta own image." The tirst ierif of tlie world's history Jind been tnrned. The stupetidous task of ereirioi approached eompletlon. ?iad aarrajred it and pronounced it very good. Tlie llluininating flres bad Ikhmi kindled. aud the coiumand had goue forth. "Let there he light. and there was light." The heavens were hung \\ ith tapeatrlea of blue, and the white clohda of the day were rimmed with gold and the blaek eurtalns of tbe nlajht bespangied. Every star was agieam. "And (JihI saw the light that it mra ajood, nnd Ood divided the light from the daikneoa. Aud God ealled the light day. aud the darkness he ealled niglit. And the evenlug und the moru lne were the first day." That the dry lan...

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

ttmtim ?UMm ^fe!^^U^,Devo{ed t0 lhg lnlerests of lancaster County in Panicuisr; the Norlhern Neck and RappahannocK Valley in General, and the World at Large f VOLUMB XVI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 190G. NUMBEB 8. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formeily with Siruven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE ?5S??IS* ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portabie and Statlonary Engines, MANCFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE m. 0. B CiJNDIFF & CO., Llrely, VA.. Airenls. FRANK T. 8LARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliahed Plate and Window O'aas, MantelB, Tiles and Gratea. Building Material Generally. Eatimatee cluerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BROOKE aVENUE._NORFOLK, VI...

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

iftiw Yicqinui ititizm. OEMOCKATIC WEEKXV. [ Kntered in 1 rvinirton P. O. as 3d class matter.l FUBSCRIPTION: $1 t* year.ln advance VA. C1TI/.EN II BLISIIINti CO., niiihiiics. W. R. ROWE. Orrica Manaukh. ADVEBTIS1NQ RATE8. 3m. ?ra. | I v r. 8.00 10.00 10.00 14.00 17.00 15.0U ao.ou ?-?'-.'? ??$ :>*cta. periuob aanb Inaer'o.or 4.00 3 lut-Uea. tj.uo ? tt.OO I '? MMMt.. 6 ia.oo!2u.oo lUWJTJ.OO ,_ ? " ltl.00Srt.Ui tQ.ffi 22.00 l-W.OO ?5.0,, 1- " H ooluron. 85.00|36.00i Mi.u}, 1 ooIubbb (apeolal poaitiun), tO.OOi80.00.100.0Q %W25 porennt.additloaal forapeclal poaition N?iti.,.s in readlna; oolumna, 10 cenu per noiipari<il llnt>. Oniiuariea, reltgiouB aotioea of entertain ?n-11 ta. eicu ralona. etc one-haif re?ru lar ratea Al. eumtnunioationa or buaineas letters' atiould be addrvsaed to the Viroinia Citizkn, 11 viuaftoti, Va.. to reveive prompt attention. Frlday, November 2.'*. lOOO. Ikvestigations, religious doings and what-not have crowded editorial niatter this week, and tbe edi...

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

TERM8 OF COURTS. 18th Circuit?JcdobT. R. n. Wright. RICHMOND CO.-Flm Monday ln Jauuary, Maroh, May, July, Si>pteuit>or and Novem? ber, NORTHFMBERLAND CO.?Seoond Monday In February. April, Juue..? ugu*t. October and Deoember. LANC A8TRR CO.-Thtrd Monday in January, Maroh, May, July, Beptember and Novem? ber. WB8TMOREI.AND CO.- Fourth Monday In February. April, June, Autruet. October and December. BSSBX CO.?Thlrd Monday In February. April, June.Auguat,Octoberand December i9tm CiRCCtr?Jcdob O. Tatlor Gahnstt. MIODLKSEX CO.-Tutf.da? attor the ?f Mo. day In Jauuary, Man.li. Mtv. Jul Beptember and NovcTber. LOCAL MENTION. All oommuntcationa ahouid be addresaed to tbe Vikoima vJmzK.N. Irvlnirton. Va. Thuraday of next week is Thanks giving. _ Capt. W. L. Messick is in New York this week. Among therecent sick, nowimproved, are: Mrs. W. K. Lee, J. K. Leonard. Old papers for sale at the Citizen office. _ Will Dyke, jr., cut his foot badly while working at Davis' saw-mill last Saturday._ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 November 1906

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank DcWitt Talmatfe. D.D. Los AngcN-s, CaL. Nov. 18.-The in fluenee on character of tbe oeeupatlon of the evening hours is tlie tople of tbia sermon. whieh is especinlly timely :it the boglnning of wlnter. The pro.uher pleads for a wise and care ful niethod of spendlng the leiaure pe r!od of the ?lny. Tbe text la I'sa'.m eiv, ?J.'i, "Man goeth forth unto hia work nnd to his labor until the even? ing." I never take a walk or rlde upon a street enr or euter a atore or flniah a journey upon a railroad traln without being impressed with the unirersal l'uet tbat this ls a buay world. Most people are ln a treadmHl of eeaseleaa activity. Of cour^e thero are lndivid ual cxceptions to tbia rule, but tha vast majority of the human race are working Just as hard and as long hours as it ls possible for them to do. AW may thlnk that some men are not working up to the full llmit of their nieutal and physical capaclty, but lf we onee put ourselvos in tbeso men'a placaa invn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 November 1906

irjxiitia VOMJME XVI Weekljfjou^a^jmBjijo the Icterests ol lancasttt Cctniy in Panicular; the Worthera Necfc and Bappahannocfc Valley in General. cnd the World ai large IRVINGTON,JVTRaiNIA^ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1906. NUMBEB 9. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimerly with SUuvfii & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHIN.STS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE Isl^l^ AEE UNEXCELLED FOR PARM WORK. 2 To 18 Horse-power Portable and Slatlonary Engines, MANDFACTUHED BV ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT Catalogue m. 0. B iTMUFP A CO.. Lively, VA.. Aeentg. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliihed Plate and Window Glass, Maotele, Tiles and Grates. Building ilaterial Generally. Eatimates cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BRODKE AVENUE._ NORFOLK, VIRGINU. MON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 November 1906

DafacooataTIC WEEKL1. [ Koterod Iu Irvington I\ U.as 24 class matter.] 8UB8CKIPTION: ftl a ysar,in sdvuue TA. < itizbn piblishinu co., nniiMiiK>. W. R. ROWE, Oprica Mabagbb. i ommunieations or bualneaa letter* should beaddrcaaed totho TtmatmiACmzam, Irvington. Va.. to reouive prompt atteutiou. Frlday, Novemb?r 30, ltto<> ir was becaase of pot-huotitig, greedineaa, that the first game laws were pas$cd; to prevent avaricious per3ons from doing iojury to thioga (eveb though their own) that existed for tbe public good. Legislation iQ partl < f our country ia beiog enacted to preaerve tbe foreste, or certaio woode, and we do not aee why a Vir? ginia L 'gislatore should not be called upon to stop the wanton deetructioo of our holly, aince there are people who do not regard the future beauty or welfare of tbeir country. Hepro ducing our urgent appeals io behalf of the holly the Tidewater Democrat editorially adde: "Brother Lee is right. Of all the forest trees, in winter the...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 November 1906

TERMS OF COUBT8. Mra CiacviT?Jodob T. R. I?. Wriobt. RICHMOND CO.?Flrat Monday in January. I Marcb. May, Juiy. Septeiwber aod Novem ber, NORTHUMnBRt^AND CO. S*cond Monday In February. Aprll. Juue. Atiguot. October aud l>eo?mber. AVANCASTBRCO.?ThlrdMondavIn January. Marcb. May. July, Septeniber and Novom ber. WESTMOBBLAND CO.- FouMh Monday in February. Aprll, June, August. OasOOBC and IH-c?mber BS.sk.\ CO.?Thlrd Monday <n February, Aprll.June,Auttust.Oc.oberand tetcniber 38TH ClRCVIT?Jl'IXiE d. TaVMIR OARNtTT. M!DIX.?SK.\ CO.-Tuia.da? *rr??r th?* 4th Moni iv ln Jaauary. Maceh, Miv. Juiy, September and Nore her. LOCAL MKNTION. All oommuntoations ahouid iH-adriressed to tbe VimuxiA Jitfzen. Irvinaton. Va. Loyola Leland, travelin;: salesman, is home for a few days. Capt. L. H. Irving is improving from a recent indisposition. Mrs. A. B. Taylor and Miss Mabel Rilee are slightly indisposed. Geo. W. Thompson, of White Stone. visited hia mother and brothers here Sunday. _ Cashier Jno. ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 November 1906

Calmage Scrmon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmags. D. D. w*-a CaL, Not, ur?.- la this rhanaasiring aenaoa the preacher re . eausea which ought to Insplre a natkaa'a grutitude aud arouse ita pairiot'.sni. The text la Deuterono my \TI, 10, "Thou shalt bless the Lord Qod for tha good hnad whieh b? liatli s'vea u> ?e." In fooucr Yhanksgiving sermons I l.ave ?p >i t i of t':o eora and tbe wheat and the rye and the apples and the peaaa and tha oraagos and the sheep nnd eatra aaal hor-os aud the mncbines nnd tlie in lunfactorles aud the home* uu 1 t!ie storcs and the railroads ani the sblpi nud lhe public bullding* whieh have be.Mi produccd. during the year. but today 1 would dwell on tha four great g.?ographlcal developmeuta whieh took place in our American his? tory that have given us thia good broati land for whieh we give thanki. I would dwell espeeially on the heroic man to whom. umler tbe provideuee of God. we owe those vast regions of lnnd rich iu fruits and niinerals. We heard of ...

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