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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 February 1907

itmnm f&iltetn VOLUME XVI. WeeklyJoufna^DeYOteil to the Interests of tancasiei Cumy in Pariicular; ihe Herthern Neck aad Rappahannocfc Yalley in General, and the World at large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRtfARY 22, 1907. NUMBEB 21. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacfcer) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commissian Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 i FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALT1M0RE, MD. ABENAQUE ??S???Sm ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable a.iu Starionary Engines, ? MANUFACTUKED U\ ABENAQUE MACHIWE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT GATALOUUE M. O. B CtTMBirr & CO.. Lively, VA.. Airents. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 IIORSK POWEK. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. 8KS1) frOK CATALUCCK. SPECIAL OFFER 0F GASOLINE ENGINES. We bave aeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motore, last t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 February 1907

tfic urhui Citiaea. OEMOCRATIC WEEKLY. ( Kiitvn-d in Irvinvtun P.O.aa Mclaaanattar.] 8UBSCIJIPTION: $1 a year.ia adraace VA. CITIItM Pl'BLIftBINti CO., II III.ISHKK8. W. R. ROWE, Orrics Manaorh. Al. i-omnniiiicHtioiis or t>ti8inc? li-ttcrs ?hould b* iiMiaw< tothe ViaamiA Ctrtnw, I r\ iiitfton. Va.. to rvceive prompt at init icm. Frlday, February 22, 1D07. A MIM.ION L1VES DOOMED. The newspapers can hardly hold accjuots of the terrible diaaaters and wrecks each week, nearly every day recordiog horrors. Pity is extended unfortunates like thoae of the Lvch uiont disaater, and there ia hardly a mau or woman bnt what wonld stretch their han&t and pnrses to relieve at leaat one of auch poor wretchea, Bnt their lot waa, com paratively, a bed of roiei to the con dition of millions. in Ruasia, China and India that are snfferiog agooiee \oujf drawu out. What are we doing to betn these? Ia another part of this paper will be aeen what a few little tota under ele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 February 1907

LOCAL MENTION. . All oominuDlcationa should be addrcssed to the \ 1HU1NIA .Ji-riik.N. Irvmirton. V?. Rob George is adding to his dwelling. Herman Smith is >n Philadi-Iphia this week. _ Here's to little George and his big hatchet! _ Frank G. Newbill was in Baltimore a few days the past wak. Miss Meda Rowe, of Frederioksburg. is guest of Miss Kate Messick. W. T. Bxoadoa aad daogater, Miss Bertha, nre in VVarsaw this v. Miss Laah Willini; returned fcfonday from a tive-weeks' visit m Baltimore. PAIR OF MULES-Wagon aad hamess, for sale. W. Mil). !...- lr vington, Va. _ Miss Bonnibel Cross, of Weems, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. W. McD. Lee. _ Among the recent sick, now improv ed, are T. J. Haydon, W. G. Ibinton. Mrs. H. J. Dyke. Dan Ashburn, who has been in Nor folk several months, spent Sunday and Monday at his home here. W. L. Bauers, of Baltimore, spent Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the home of Capt. S. P. Simmons. Mrs. J. T. Haydon returned Wednes day night from a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 February 1907

.1 Calmage Seinmion By Rev. Frank De Wltt Talmstfe, I). D. X' Lah Angntoa, GaL, Pab. 17.--In deal laaj ln :i new aad strikiitgly i>ersonal aray with tho parabhi of tbe taients tho preaeher shows how It applies to meu of means and iufiuence in every pi)sitiou in life t<xl;iy. 'I'he text !s I.uke viil, IS, -Waaaaavar hath not. from him shall l?e takeu away even that which he seenieth to have." ir ls aauudttfj how the additiou of one little word may chauge the whole aaaaaaag or a aaatenea. For a long linie I eould u >t undorstand the twen ty-ninth verse of the twenty-flfth chap ter of Matthew. Christ in his wonder fal w;iy aad been telling the parable of the inau who went iuto the far country after he had dolivered unto his serv nnta his goods. Tbe atory Ia almoct Jdentical with tbe hlstory of your own life. l??..,. jraara r.nd years you were a alave t > baaaaaaa, Yon kept up a brave bnt Coc uearly a quarter of a eentury you were trembllng up...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 March 1907

trgitii* tttzttl VOLTJME XVI. We^k|y^ournj^evoiedj^ilie lateiests of Lancasiei hmty in Particular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1907. NuMBEB 22. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struvsn 8 Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESAL.E QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Broksrs and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQDE SSSf^iS" ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable a.iu Staiionary Engines, MANUFACTUKED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT GATALOUUE M. 0. B Cc'NMFF & CO.. Lhely, VA.. Aaents. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOUSE POWSB. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKNll KOK IATAI.ik.IK. SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We baveaeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gasoline Motors, last tear's model, with this year's impro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 March 1907

<?!w - :>ihi (Titisra. nr'lWoniATIC WEEKLT. ' P. O. aaSdoIaaamatter. 1 BUBSCUIPI lONi tlayear.lnadvanrt VA. CJTIIKN PIBLISHIN9 CO., W. U ROWK. omra Mahaobb. Al. (-oiiimin>U-:i1i(>i)4 or tuisini's* W'ltt?rs | abould bouddrvaacd to tlro ViaotNtA Cmaaa, li\ Ingtuo, \ ;i.. t<> i?t?-i\? i?n>iii|>l altfiition. Friday, Mur<h 1. 19U7. M iiat h pity the world still holda such h cn ntnre as thia ? "Uonmiander-in-Chief Brown, of the UrniiU Army of the Republic, fpeikiug at the Boeton banquet, aaid: ???fhere i8 no room for tbe red llag of anarefcy, nor the black fHg of l> i m v. lt ia proposed to re-open a queutioa supposed to be settled. A m imnnent is proposed to both the in i who wore the gray and the blu? with ? graycap on top. If the quea t on must be opeoed let the gray br buried so deep the euu w II u??er it. 1 tnank God I have lirtd ooagh to forgive the inau who dbc a cripple fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 March 1907

LOCAL MENTIOX. ..A,'con""?n'cnttonn should b?> addrtwrd to tbe v ikuima Jreiai n. Irvlnatoi Feed th> Th* Mi . Rilee entei friends Tuesday evening. A 'phono was this w. q Ihe residence of James Lok Mrs. W. W. Allison laft ITada night to visit rolatives at Sharpa. J. K. Leonard U-t't atoa l>y on a taa days' visit to roaathraa ia Maryhmd. Aid Sedety koaugat (Friday) at. the home of Mrs. George StC Sarith. W. McD. Lee waa ia j this weekon Fishory ?artfanuatoau mattera. We are indebted to Ccngressman Jones for several packages gardea eeed. PAIR OF MULES-Wagon and hamess, for sale. W. McD. Lee lr vmjrton, Va. _ Mrs. Frank King left Monday night on a visit to her paraata in North Carolina. F. G. Newbill, Arthur Messick. Arch. rurkmyer and Prof. Fravei went to Norfolk Monday night. Mrs. B. L. Willing and Kaa A\a Willing laft Wednesday to visit rolatives and friends in Norfolk Mrs. Kitty E. Noblett etipped on the ice and injured her side, being tompor arily u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 March 1907

Calmage Scrmon By Rev. Frank De Witi Talmatfe. D. D. a* Lee Aaaetea, CaL, i-vt>. aM - The prea< her givee lo this sormou an ideal of a eoaaecratloB te tha wmk af preaeh tag tlie gaspel aad of the aaataatiaaa artatag from a cohscibusneas ef a di? vine caJL The text is I Corlnthians. i\. 1C. "Woe is uuto me if I preaeh not the gospel." Ia the Ptttl palaoe of Florence ls a wondcrful plcture. supposed to bave beea paiated hy Miehnel Angelo, called the '?Three Fates." Tliere slt the three sisters of mythologioal faroe?Clatho, Bplaalag the thrond of Hfe; Lacbesis, holdlng tae tlirend of life. and Atropos, with her loeg, sliarp sbeaca, cutting the thread of life. It is JhoOKht that, when Midiaet Angelo paiaatatthle plo turehe used tbe aame modelXor all the three faces. Wbethet that la true we l now not but one fact about tbls plc ture we ku >w?it is a most impressive M tive picture. Tbe artlst haa led three wouien at tbelr dally ?ej on in tbelr work serene ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 March 1907

ttainM CifMett VOLUME XVI. Wee"yi^aLDl""edi?lhe_!n!erests of l8ntaslEI CctRl>"in P'H'Ml'n the Worihern Neck and RappahannocK Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAUCH 8, 1907. NUMBEB 23. CHAS. M. STRIVEN & CO., (Foimerly with Struven & WackeO STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. PREDKR1CK STREET.,_BALT1MQRE, MD. ABENAQUE Sii5?^SE ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. r 2 M 18 Horse-powsr Portable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED Bl ABENAQUE MACH1NE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. O. II tiMMFF ? CO., Mvelj, YA.. Asrents. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 12 TO 40 HOltSE POWIIR. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. NKNIl itM CATAUKJl K. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We haveaeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo (iasoline Motora, laat tear'a model, with thisyear'a iu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 March 1907

<af ;'na (fittera. OKMOCK.\TIC wkeklt. Knter?tltn Irvinirton ?'. o. as 9d clammatter.] >N: $1 ayfsr.lnadvance TA. CITI/IN I l ULIM11NU C0.t it ni lenaaa W. U. iiOWK. OPKICB Mahaosk. Al. eoiniaunieatiouq or IxtsineBA ?hould be a.i'ii. ~. .1 to the \ ihhinu Citizbn, Irvlacton, Va., t<> i oaapl utienti<>n. r'rlday. Mitrch ?. 11M>7. DEATH BY DROWNING. Drowning is a quicker death than most people suppose. Insensibility is I lid to begin about one minute, and fatal uiconsciousness generally supervenes in the neighborhood of two. Even practi cjiI divers cannot remain under water m>re than a minute and a half, and it is almos f.ital to remain beneath the sur face I >nger than that. lam nsibility, however, doesnotalways i lvolvo death, for in many casea a person m i. be resuscitated by the use of ener getic m^asures. The bringing-to of P lople who have been under water for live consecutive minu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 March 1907

LOCAL MENTION. AlIooniTouotcationaabould beaddreaaod to tbe Vihuinia JiTizRit. Irvington. Va. Little Claybrook Griftith is sutfering from rheumatism. Call at or write to the Citizen office if you want a package of seed. Just read our "Nows Itcms" if you want crisp doings boiled down. Miss Maud Roevos, of WUta Stone, visited relatives here Sunday. Leslie Jom?B left Monday for service on police launch, Greyhound, in Jamos river. _ PAIR OF MULES- Wagon and harness, for sale. VV. Mcl). L<h\ Ir? vington, Va. _ Capt. A. Wash Bussells was in port here Sunday, bound south with a load of brick. A double-horse farm- or wood-wagon (without body) to be sold for $10. Call at Citizen office. Harry Sanders celebrated his birth day last Friday by giving several friends a party that night. A number of our people contemplate going tonight (Friday) to the comedy drama at Whealton. Kncouragp home enterprise and bur your lumovrof w. H. Jeaae. Litwalt'iu. La?ra"icr Co. Material the beat. price...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 March 1907

i I Cahmge By Rev. FranI; Dc Witt Talmige. D. D. LflO Ai:u.?;??<. CaL, March o.?Iu his aanaaai tha paaaeaat gtaaa a apacial inessnge of tiiuely and pcactftcal value i-n the best cquipmcut of men and wo nien for servico. spiritual. mental aud phaahal Tiie last is i Kkaga vi. ML, "And he earved thereon cherubimsand palm trecs a::d open flowers and cov ered them arfth gold littcd upon th?* earved work." Most people have but little architec tural laaagtaattoa, AVhen a great arcki tect comes to them and says, "I ain golag <o bui'.d a temple of fame or a achoolhouse or a state capUol or a ca thedml or n palace, aad tt.'ia.Jo be ao many feet high and ao roaa/ feet wlde, :md it is to have a large fcorch and a hnllwry flanked by aa many roonit." he mlght as well be talklng ln San far as most people are con iM-awinga and llnes and dl meaaloaa maaa no more to the aver age niiml tbaa a wlfe'a descrlption of a walkiag aatt which she is plannlng for tha cotning season means ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 March 1907

xxtaxtm ?%lv%m Weekly Journal Devoted to itie Interests of lanca&lti Ccinl) ir. Farticular; the Northern jjart and Rappahannocl Valley in General, and the World at large VOLUME XVI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARGII 15, 1907. Number 24 CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimerly 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.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2???^E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORE. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable ano Staiionary Engines, MANUFACTUKED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATTON, VT CATALOGCE m. O. B CiNDIFF A CO.. Lively, VA.. Airents. BUFFALQ GASOLINE MOTORS FOR CHESAPEAKELAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKNIJ MIK t'ATALUGVK. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We hareaeveral 14 horae-power Buffalo Oaaoline Motora, last tear's model, with thia yeur's iniproveine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 March 1907

DKMOORATIC wkeklt. IBatorcd Im Irvington P.O.a* 2d elass matter. 1 HUBSCHIPTION: $1 a year.ln advano VA. C1TIBCB riltLISIIINtt CO., II Itl.INHKKH. W. lt. ItmVE. Orrica Mamauir. ai. oo?unteaittoaM or bajateeaa i?>tt??!-?* sbouM ? ?? atldrvHsi-d to tli<? Viiioivi * CiTtastn, le\ iitiftoii. Va.. to reealVe pronipt attention. Frlday, March M. I1M>7. "ViKciNiv is proaperingasit never did btfore. Its farros, factoriea and tninea are prnducing great wealtb. Its people ?re active and energelic. They are inaking money, and their power tocousume isgrowiuggreater." All which prompta ua to wara our people not n> it-1 their appetites get too bi||. The lean yeara are aure to ooeae agaia. Lay by aomething ia this diiv of fatnesa for the famioe. Hi Miii! Jnriea aregrowin? in*r diarepate for many things, but the in *l tliyrant of diacloeureg maata froac the Ltwyer Patrick tnal iv N. w York. It ia said a juror had a friend approach Patrick's noaaaal with th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 March 1907

LOUAL MENTION. All oommUnteationa should beaddrea?cd to tbe Vihciku CrriBSM. Irvimrfon. Va. Monday n?>xt is Lar.cnsVr co.jrt. Among the recent sick w? re little Annie Lee. Willie Dix is home from Norfolk for a few days. _ Carter's wood saw is "sawing wood" here this week. Dan Ashburn gaaa as Sreiaaa on Steamer Enieline. Dr. J. B. Hodgkin, of Warrenton, is visiting Dr. G. H. Oiiver. Mrs. A. Spiccr Mitchell. of Baar, is visiting Mrs. R. S. Mitchell. Call at or write to the Oti/kn ollice if yoa want a package of seed. Henry Bauers, of Baltimore. was here a few days the past week. Social Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. T. J. Haydon Monday night. Capt. Jo White arrived Wednesday with 200 tons of coal for police steamers. Wednesday of ncxt week is regular meeting of county Board of Super visors. Capts. J. 11. Whealton, A. B. Ilam mell and W. J. Broadwater were here yesterday. R. S. Marsh and M. B. Lewis, of upper LanCaster, were callers at the editor's Wednesday noon. A do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 March 1907

C;' nage r.y iUv. Frar.lc D llmage, D. D. If-1 Loa An ? '. March 10?Dr. Sakaage show* iu this sermon bow trae to Ura are tho poatraJta in the I'.l.le story and how eonuuon lu our day aro tbe Ideatkal fauits aud sins that eharaeterized men in tbe time of Christ. The text ls Luke xil. 1, **Be ware of the learea of the Pharlsees, which ls hypoi'tlaj." The Blble muy be coinpared to a family albam. When you turu the sa eraf pagaa, the differeut faces you see then ara Uke your own aneestors. 'i bey re men of auotber age aud an ctiier I nnd, but they are meu Uke our aelvea. Their faulta and thelr good qualitiea are plaluly described, and wo ace that they were auch men aa those ?we aaaoclata with today. Moees and Cideon and Davtd and ' ?.:'?? ? i- and Mary and Martha do not aeem to be so ' j liuman belngs Uke our Btraafaaa, but your own ? i. By tbelr own mla - aud faliiags and splr Itaal U they are preaching thelr practk-ul b-ssons. They aeem to alt by \.>r.i .-. Ie aud eay; *'My...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 March 1907

%nm (Biltem VOLUME XVI. Weekl, Journal Oevoted to the Interests cf lancaster Cxmy ir Farticular: the Horihetn Hecfc and BappahannocUalley in General, and the World at lag _IRVINGTON VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARClT22779077 Numukr 2fi. 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. Ijj S. FREDERICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE SSlfsI^" ARE UNEXCELLED FOR PARM WORK. 2 H 18 Horse-power Porrable and Staiionary Engines, MANUFACTUKED HY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CAXALOOUE M. O. B OlXDIFF & CO.. Llvelj, VA.. Airenta. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOKSi; I'OWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. M.M? FOR CATALOtiUK. SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have aeveral 14 horae-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motora, laat vear'a model, with this year...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 March 1907

fchi i gffiam t>SH04 EtATIC WKKRU. taaaw n-aa* matter. 1 M xyear.inadvanc* VA. CIT1ZBN l'l HLISIIINti CO.. II ??- 1-llllCK. w. n. BOWl Ovnoa m*mauu. \i. eoaamantcattons <>r imsim-s* u-ttcr* fihoiit-! !??? :?<i.jt<?< t t<> tbe ViboihiaCitixbh, 11 \ iiiirion. \i?., t?> reoeh e prompt attention. Frlday, Mnrch 22, 1 S>o7. AKi: VOU A WORKEROR SHIRKER? Here at a few ideas inspired by a oartooa iB the New York Ameriean. There are in the world honest wor kert-; there are also shirkers aad 'Vloi k wa'chers " U e invite the young men and wo iii^ti ? h ? bava got auytbing in tLeuo, aay good mainspring, any ambition, to eootwtef the yawning, idle, ioert r employee that keepa he clock and hia mind ?t ie boarding house, longing ?our to come wben he can ?leteated dntiea, dike ap for itroll or hike him away to som<? f,: ipoct, Then coneider the real worker who longa to do a fall ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 March 1907

LOOAL MENTIOK. All comro'inViKi..,,, BfcMM >??? advrCwWa to tb?j ViKotNiA Citizkjc. Irvlnatoti. v *. Mrs. M. J. I' ;s on a visit at Dr. Kaarbi Capt. W. I. dk and W. T. Barnett are in Baltimore this week. Miss Maud I.eland returned Friday from a visit to relatives at Ottoman. A few bushels <>f white apriag oats can be had at the CROW aJBea. Miss Peroie Wendell, of Baltinn guestof heraunt, Mrs. Sarah Valentine. Miss JuliaBuck.of Weems, wasguost of Miss M. Kate Messick the past week. Call at or write to the Citizkn office if you want a package of aaad. Mrs. O. R. Ilopkins is spending this week with Mrs. J. R. Ingram at White Stone. _ Miss Ethel Bender, af White Stone. was guest of Miss Edith Browin;Tfon last week. Saturday was the end af groundhog weather?and the norcine is fully j?8tified. Herbert Wise celebrated his birthday Saturday with a party, at whu h quite a crowd of children was present. There will be a meeting of the V. I. A. at Irvingtort Bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 March 1907

rv Cainiage Sennon Ry Rev. Frank De Yvitt Talmatfe. D. D. af? l.os Aagalea, caL, ttaa ? it. Ia this rernion the preaeher oatUaaa in imagi nettoa tha dra?ttr atory af a ehaaaas tcr of the time of Christ whose ex pertoace haa a naaarkahai interest for haa paophl of today. ThO text is Mat thew xxvll. 54, "Truly this was the Son of (Jod." No pirturo of the crucifixlon ls per tect unless tha faca of Jesus Chrlst ls tlie eenter and the nhsorhing theiue. Ail other parts of the pleture must oanverge toward that divlae face or radtate froai it even as the apokes of tha v. hee! bfaacb out from the hub. '; here may 1k> three erosses, but Jesus' cross musl lie tht> eeutral orosa. ' There may l?e suldiers there gatubUng for' a but that prize muafTheTbe gar inents or Jesus Chrlst. There niay be ???? line of scotfers and tnockers aad blaaphemers pasHiug by. in:t ibey must all have their eyes 11 tbe dylng Lord. The .:iy tie black and the rocks rlven, I it through the blacknesa...

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