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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 18 January 1907

itainia '?>?%. - ilHwL VOLUMB XVI. ?gMj Journaljhivoted to the Interests ct Lancastet Ccunty in Particular; the Northern Necfc and Rappahannocfc Valley ie Geaetal, and the World at large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1907. NUMBEB 10. CHAS. M. STRLVEN & CO., (Fornerly with Struveo l Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SfellP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. PREDERICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?5??1SE ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTUKEI) BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOOCE M. O. B Cl'NDIFF ? CO.. LiTeij, VA.. Aareata. FRANK T. CLARK GOMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliahed Plate and Window Glaaa, Mantela, Tilea and Oratea. Boilding Meterial Generally. Eatimates cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-S8 BRODKE ATOHJE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 18 January 1907

ifchr i ; :nua (gxiizttL ?"M'lUTir WEEKLT. I Bntercdiii Irvinirton P.O.aa Sdclaaamatter.l SUBSCRIPTION: $1 a year.in advance VA. CITIZEN PIBLISHINtt CO.. FITIILISHEKS. W. R. ROWE. Orrica Manaukk. Al. cooimunieatlons or busincaa Uttrrs BtaouM tw ariilrvased tu the Vihoima Citizcs, 11 \ laajtosa, Va.. to receive prompt attcutiun. Frlday, January 18, 1007. THE POSTMASTER, A FRIEND. The Citizrn couuts the country poatmaster aiuong its beat friends, whether he be a subacriber or not. Niue-tenthsof them are readera, and we alwaja go after the reading man. We give the country poatmaater credit for doing an arduous work well, and beyoud the compenaation he receivea. When a eubacriber re porta irrcgularity in receiving hia paper investigation almoat iuvariably sbowa faalt of aonie mail achedule. Occa8ioually?and that very aeldom ?we tind it ia careleaaoeaa on tbe part of a postmaster. When a paper faila of deatination, aometimea it ia fault in our office; but that, too, ia very seldom, for w...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 18 January 1907

LOCAL MENTION. All oommuoloatlona ahould be addreesed to tbe ViRoiMiA Citiiem. Irvington. Va. Bernard Willing was in Baltimore the past week. Grirnn Garner spent Wednesday at his home here. Baptist Social Circle next Monday at the home of Mrs. L. H. Rilee. Miss Linda Neweomb, of Brookvale, ia guest of Miss Mary Mitchell. Epworth League Social will meet with the Visses Hopkins tonight (Fri? day). _ Knoourage home enterprise and buy vour lumber of W. U. Jease, Litwaltun. Umcaoter Co. Materlal tbe beet, pi U*v> low, big freighta aaved. Miaa Leah Willing is on an extended viait to her sisters and friends in Bal? timore, _ Henry Bauers, of Baltimore, was gueat at home of Capt. S. P. Simmons this week. _ Miss Mary Simmons was guest of Mrs. J. O. Dameron, at Weems, Fri? day night and Saturday of last week. Miss Addie Haydon and brother. Warren, of Rehoboth Church, were guests at the home of W. T. White the paat week. _ If you want dwelllnge. onurcbaa. tenta or Houaea of any deaerlption ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 18 January 1907

* Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmagc. D. D. Iais Augcles, Cal., Jan. 0.?Iu tbis sermon tbe preacber. tuking the uure ccrded life of Chrlst aa an illustrntion. sbows tbat cuusistvucy deiuunds tbat Christiuu prineiples should govcrn us iu our prlvate und domestic affairs as well ns In public. Tbe text ls Johu xxi. 25. "The which If they ahouid be written every one." "Have you ever board of our burled trenaure?" a gentlemnn asked me some time ago. "No. What treasure?" "Well." said be, "I will coine around tliis ufternoon with my team and take you out for a drive, and then I will tell you tbe story." That nfteruoou my friend droro up ta> wbere I was stopping in tba country, nnd olT we went We drove through tbe vineynnls of that region; then we etlaabad a smnll hill which overlooked tbe valley for miles around. There, ?paa the top. we found the ruins of tho fouinlution of an old home. Tben, aa tbe hotaai rested. he told me that many years ago one of the old Spanlsh set tlers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 25 January 1907

iftgitti* ?UMm. VOLTJME XVI. Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interesis ot Lancasiei Ccunty in Particular; the Worthern Neck and Bappahannoca VaNay in General, and the Wotld at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1907. NCMBEB 17. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struvei & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FREDERICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE ^If^IS^ ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portabie and Stationary Engines. MANUFACTUKED BI ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE m. O. B OJNDIFF & CO., Lively, VA., Atrents. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliahed Plate and Window Glass, Mantels, Tilea and Gratea. Building Material Generally. Eatimatea cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BROOKE AYENUE._NORFOL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 25 January 1907

ti'hr \ if *ua (Tiferti nFM"l'R?Tir wattll ! Kntorc Hn h vmirton 1\ O. aa Sdciaaa matter. 1 fUBSCltll'TlON: $1 a year.in mv?. VA. CITIZEN IU BIISIMNW TO.. riBtlSUKKS. \Y. R ROWE. Orpica Uanaokm Al. cotntmiuicatlons or bualnesn lettera ahouid i>o udilivascd tothe VikoiriaCiti/kv. 1 rv n'Kf?m. Va. to reooive prornpt attention. Friday, January 25, 19U7. FISHERMEN AND NAVxGATION. Souie months ago a matter which affect8 our tijhermen was brought to our attention. Lettera had been re czivedjhy owners of pound-neta along the bay shorea of Lancastor aod Nor thntiibHi'a >d, calling their attention to the aaartSM lawB aa to obatructiona to navigatiou. Later, forma of peti riou were circulated and forwarded by GMiermen to the national govern ment, aakiaf permiaaion to place ponnd neta in certain localities. We did not menlion, or write ou tbia ?abjtcA, aod advised auch net ownera ad cousulted with ua to take no atepa Ifl the matter, believing that it waa best not to agitate the sabject. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 25 January 1907

LOUAL MENTIQN. Al) coramunimtw.no ahouid be addresaed to the Vikuini4 wiTir.KN. Irvintrtou. ?'a The Baptist church here now has its new Estey organ in place. Loyola Leland spent a few days at h'is home here last week. Among the recent sick, now improved, are: Miss Myrtle Brewintrton. Ranaaa Smith, M. P. Jones. PAIR OF MULES-Wagon and harness, for sale. W. McL). Lee, Ir? vington, Va. Capt. J. E. Bussells returned from Pocomoke City, Md., Saturday where he has been several weeks. Inspector "Buck" Davenport and Capt. J. H. Whealton, from up the river, paid us a call this week. Capt. W. L. Messick and Jimmy Rowe are in Norfolk this week where two of the Carters Creek stcamers are undergoing repairs. Bnoourage home enterprlse aod buy your lumber of w. H. Jease, Lltwait<-n. ij*rca?ter Oo., Materlal the beat, prioee low. bia frelabta aarod. Friends wishing the weekly Times Dispatch can procure it and the Citizen one year for $1.50. This offer only holds good to April 1st. Mrs. Bettie Ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 25 January 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Franl; De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. 1.08 Augehs. c.il., Jan. 20.?In this sermon IjM prcaiher gives a new inter pretatiou to the rebelllon of Jounh, tbe ptvphet. and sliows tbat when our own hcarts m *?:? t of tune with God and nature life is full of diseonl and dl8 Kntisfactlon. The t?xt Is Jonah Iv, 9, ?Doest tboa well to be angry?" Bosaetlmaa I ;im inelined to think that Jonah b t'ie nost fawous ebar aeter of the Bible next to Jesus Chrlst. There are m;i:iy people who know uothlng nhont Ahrnhatn or Samuel or DuvM or Isahtfc wUo know all about the w >i ilerfal story of Jonah and the wbale. That one Incldent ln his ca reer haa made bim the most famoua of the prophets. His fame Is due not so rnnch to tbe dlseiples of Chrlst as to the enemles of Jesus. No sooner does :i niau broughf up lu a Christlan home bagia to listen to the enemles of tbe Bible and get ready to cat adrlft from all past christmn associatlous tban be hunts up the book of Jonah and sets out to pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 1 February 1907

VOLUME XVI. Bitr Weekly Journal Devoled to the lnterests ot Uncasici CciMy in Parliciilar; tlie Northern Necfc and Rappahannock Valley in General, and ihe World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUAftY 1, 1907. NUMBEB 18. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commissian Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE IsS^F ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable and Staiionary Engines, MANUFACTUKEl) B* ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE m. 0. B vCNDIFF & CO., Livelj, VA.. Aeenlu. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware,' Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door IScreens. ToKahed Plate and Window Glaes, Mantels, Tilea and Grate*. Building Material Generally. Estimatee cheerfully given. FRANE T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BROOKE AVEWJE._NORFOLK, VIRGI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 1 February 1907

3to<to.?hi? OEitizgtt. oemocratic weeklt. ; Enter?-l in Irvington F.O.aa Sdclassmatter.! BUBSCRIPTION: tl a year.in ad YA. Clll/KN PUBLlSHlNtf (0.. fl HI.ISllfKS. W. R. ROWE. Ufficb Mamaoi Al. comraunioation* or buaineaa lettsta fhould t?> addi-eatHKl to the Vikoimia Citizrn, I r\ lrurtou. Va.. to rvorlve prompt attention. Frlday, February 1, 1907. SAD. The saddest words Of tongue or pen Are the old maid's "I wonder when!" 80 biugs the Washington Tiuue. It is a alander 011 womankind. No hody ever aneers at a bacbelor, because it ia prtsuoied be remaina aingle from cboict; the reverae is attributed to womiD, and very injaatly. Tbere are about aa many bachelora in tbe world as there areeocalled old maidi. Uiva the Utter credit for tbiuking ai d witbing in equal proportion to the otber, and you have a balance abeet. Kuowiog men aa we men do, we wonder that women ahould ever want ua, booriah creaturea tbat we are. Fortunately for us they dou't koow ua. Someauthor has said that iti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 1 February 1907

LOCAX MENTION. All coramuntoationa ahould be addreaaed to tbe ViHoiNiA JiTiZBR. lrvlnaton. V?. Capt. W. L. Messick is in Norfolk. Mrs. Jno. R. Davis is visiting in Richmond county. Willie Willing and Harry Ely, of Bal? timore are here. Mrs. Greenstreet and two children are visiting in Essex. If you want dwolllnga. churchoa. tonta or houae. of any deecriptiou built write to W. H. Jeaao, contractor, Lltwalton. Va. Raiimatei w*? >U>?n: milla looated iu Lancaator county Aid Society tonight (Friday) at home of Mrs. Geo. StC. Smith. Miss Carrie Reynolds, of Bertrand, is visiting Miss Sadie Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene George, of Ur banna, are visiting J. T. Rilee. Young people visited Miss Ruth Mes Bick with a surprise party Friday night. Kncouraa? home enterprlae and buy your laraberofW. H. Jeaae. Lltwalt^n. Unca?t?*r Oo.: Materlal tha beat, prloea low, bla frolRhta aared. _ Miss Nettie Broadus is visiting Mrs. Jimmy Sanders, near White Stone, this week. Mrs. Maggie Street and son ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 1 February 1907

--.? Calmage Serrnoii By Rev. Frank Oe Witt Talmafe. D. D. I.os Angcles. Cal.. Jan. 27.?In thla MVaaaaj the preacher shows ua how grently it would conduce to the beneflt of tbe world nt hirge and to human hnppiness here nnd hereafter If men would eeaao t y strlve nnd quarrel over BthUeal Sntorpretntions and halr breadtl dUVereaaoaa ln eroeds nnd cere nionies nnd witb slmple Cbrlatinn falth malte iu rraienaal efforts for tbe com nion good. The te.\t is Titua III. 0, ' T.iit avoid fooUafc questlons." Rare yosj ? ruthom Mne? Then drop 11 Into (he aoaa: Have you n telescope? T'.ie-i ??!;? ? ;s.- lt* lens nnd focua- lt iliv' star*. Have yon a crowbaa"? with it pry open tbe bermettdatly* i doora of tbe geological librarlaa rnd liucer t'.ip leaves of rock and reaid t'?e'g T'Cal histortea of the ape ii.iv.- you n mlcroacope? Then vltli tbe bacterfotoglata roam throuajh tbe < orri.!ors of tbe lnflnitesiraal aatd find aa nquarium in a drop of wnter nnd exquisite beanty ln the end of a fly*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 February 1907

VOLTJMB XVI. Weekly Journal jevoteJ to the Inteiesu- ct tancastn Ccuty ir Particular, the Korthern Neck and BappahannocHalley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1907. NUMBEK 1!). CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Fotmerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Comrcnsian Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OiL. 111 S. FREDER1CK STREBT.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE S?S??iS* ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power PortaHle and Stationary Engines, MANCPACTUKEI) BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE m. O. B CtNDIFF & CO.. Llvely, VA.. Acenta. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. Poliahed Plate and Window Glaaa, Mantels, Tiloa and Gratea. Bmlding Material Generally. Eatimates cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-98 BROOKE AVEWUE._NORFOLK, VIHGINU. MON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 February 1907

nr'MOdKATrr WEEKLT. [ Knti r. .11 ii I rvingion P. O. aa Sd claaa matter.] BUBSlMtlPTION: $1 a year.tn advance VA. GfTIIH Pl'BLISHINtt CO., FUBLISHKKS. W. R. ROWE. OrFicB Manacik. Al. loniraunications or buaineaa lettera ahoutd l>o addresaeU to the Viiuhni ?. Citizkn, I rviuuton. Va.,to reecive prompt attentiun. Frlday, rebruary 8, lttU7. RUMORS OF WAR. Japan wus at one time a second-rate nitiou. Sioce the Kussian embroglio she stepa to the front row. The Uoited States Congress (in which (.'iliforni . has 12 members) entered iuto a treaty with Japan a short while ago wtiich embodied a "most favoied nation" (or fir?t-rate natioo) clause. This naeant, amoag other things, that children of Japaneaa parents shouid be admitted to our fras aoaaata on the same tertns aa, G Tiinii-, Eiigliab, French?and even of American children, providrd reai d-ii'-e waa aci|uired. Now, in California, tbe Japa are looked upon almost the satr.e aa Chiuamen, and tbey are denied free school privileges, aa a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 February 1907

LOOAL MENTION. AllcommuDtcationa abould be addreaaed to th? VinoiaiA CBHaaaV Irviiurton. Va. Calvin Brewington ia in Baltimore this week. _ I. J. Heath ia suffering from a sore hand caused by a nail puncture. Miss Rida Ashburn, of Baltimore, is guest of Miss Inez Callis, of this place. Mrs. W. G. Dunton entertained a few friends at an oyster roast Wednesday aftemoon. _ PAIR OF MULES-Wagon and harness, for sale. W. McD. Lee, Ir vington, Va. Miss Tottie Dameron, of Weems, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Nell Ford. _ Friends are glad to see Col. James A. Turner. of Fredericksburg, again traveling this beat. Were you house bound, or venture out andslipup, ordid you skate over roads, fields and dales Tuesday? Mr. and Mrs. Armstead Taylor have moved from Kilmarnock to the house here recently vacated by their son, A. B. Taylor. _ "Home of Good Clothes," where the good clothes come from; ?- off this month. Jonea & Richardson, Heaths ville, Va. _ Some little girls here, 11 years and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 February 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. Laa auaa Isa, ch. ivi.. 3?ln tbis aafaaaa on the aaddaa rise of Jebu to paarac tba Dtaaebaf ahaara us that Go<i souietitnea u<<.--; tdrauge Instruments to aaasBapllab his purposes and tbat un ? ted te?nporaJ success is often the eaaaa of a man's destruction. Tbe text is II Kings ix. '20, "For be driveth furious!y." The world alway* makes way for Its intense nicu. wbo>c hcarta are pump Ittg aifarial btaod filled with red cor paatlsa Ro!>CCl Uall. Itichard Bnxter. DoagLaa Jecroad, Edward Payson, Rob crt XIcCLajrna, Johu Keata and Alex ander 11. Stephcna as valetudinarlans may have w >.i ituuiortai fame. but they a arted the battie of life with an awful ii.<;ui:eup. The world pltiea the inmate; of its lospitala. But plty Ia not tho aruior bearer atandtng by xbe chnrtots of war and waitlng to run fd tbe hidding of its wiiitary beroea. Tha ? ""' lat, the hroader the lunga. the deeper tho voice aud the mera Cashing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 February 1907

ffgittia VOLUME XVI. WeeMy Journal Devoted to the Interests ol lancasiei Ccur.ty in Particular; the northern Hecl and Rappahannock Valley in Geteral, and the World at large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1907. XTrrm.^^.*. aTlAW CfiAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACH1NISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE G#OCERS AND SfflP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission ^mmmm^, IRerchants For INrlWfHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD, ABENAQUE ??5??^E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable aud Staiionary Engines. MANCJFACTUJRED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT catalogue m. O. B it'NDIFF * CO., LItoIt, VA.. Aareata. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door JScreens. PoKshed Plate and Window Glaaa, Mantela, Tilea and Gratea. Building Material Generallf. Eatimates cheerfully given. FRANK T. CLARK CO., Ltd., 96-88 BHODKE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 February 1907

DatMOORATIO WEEELf. ? I 11 I.N.mrton P.O.aaSdclaMtnatter.! SUBSCHIPTION: tl a year.Io advanre VA. CITIZEN PlBLIMUNtt CO.. II Itl.lSIIKKS. W. U. KOVYE. Okkicr Maka.jkk. Al. oa?Rtaanle?tioiix ?-r Iuim.ivk* lrttera ahould be addn -~. .1 t > i?n? Vikuima Citixkn, Irvtaaasaa,\;i., to roeatve prompt ?laaaalkta Friday, February 15, 1007. ROBERT E. LEE. A gallant foeman in the fight, A brother when the fight is o'er; Tne hand that lead the host with might The bk'ssed torch of learning bore. No shriek of shells nor roll of drums, No challenge fierce, resounding far, VV hen recounciling Wisdom comes To heal the wounds of war. Thought may the minds of men divide, Love makes the heart of nations one; And so, the soldier grave beside, We honor thee, Virginia's son. ?Collier'a Weekly. We r^jiroilnce tbe above from Col lier'.s hecduse we want togiveeveo tbe devil hia due. It isaeldom tbat Col lier'a Weekly haa anything good toaay of tne Sjuth. It ia radical R??publi oauiiaaa and sectional antip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 February 1907

LOCAL MENTION. All oommuntcationa ahould headdreaaed to tbe ViaoiaiA Citizen. Irvtnaton. Va. Miss Mary Mitchell is unable to walk from a sprained ankle. Pollard Bussells, of Lively, is visiting his cousin, Lacy Kirkmeyer, here. Epworth League Social tonight (Fri? day) atthe home of Mrs. 0. C. Messick. Miss Emma Flippo, of Flcet's Bay Neck, took Norfolk boat here Tuesday night. Anti-Saloon League will meet at the Methodist church here next Tuesday evening at 2:30 o'clock. PAIR OF MULES-Wagon and harness, for sale. W. Mcl). Ler. Ir vington, Va. Miss Lottie Bellows, of ^oplar Neck, spent Thursday and Friday here as guest of Miss Grace Lee. Mrs. Robert Walker, who has been visiting her parents here since Decem ber, returned to Pine Beach Tuesday. The condition of Capt. L. H. Irving, who has been sick for nearly three months, seems to be a little improved. Archie Kirkmyer has returned from William and Marry Callege, Williams? burg, where he has been attending school. Kncourajce home ente...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 February 1907

Calmage Sermon Dy Rev. Frcnk Dc Witt Tilmaje, D. D. I.os ftiajrlfal. Cat, 1V1. 10.?In thia seruion th < pranitaor j-hows that aa i\.i?' was necessary for bla paitkal taaaaaaaai aaal doveiopment as ? jrroat leader so tliere are perlods In our own ataasi when we seem to be hopolossly sidctrncked by sofferlng, trial or mlsfortuue. all of wbich are necded to bring out tho better quali tles of our nature. The text ls Ex odus II. 15. "But Moses fled from the facc of riiaraoh aud dwelt in the land of Midian." Elunfcr and hardship provs torture to all men who endure them. yet they entail tbe greatest sufforing when they aaaall non who h?ve once dwelt ln tlie palaces of luxury. It is harder to be a pauper nfter one has once been a Kiik roi.ed prince thnn it is to he a pau- ' per arhea one has always been accus toaaad to wear rags. Moses would not hav* lV'.t tiio hot. blisterinp sands of the desert as he did. nor would hia parchrd llps or his blistered tongue have beeu so distresslng, if h...

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