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

mwm VOLUMB XVI. Weeklyjournal Devoted to the Interests of Lancaste^Ccunty in Particular; the Nonhern HecH and Rappahannock Vailey m General, and Itie World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FlilDAY, MAY 3, 1907. NUMBEB 31. 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., BALTI MRE, KD. ABENAQUEl^IS^ ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable ami Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BV ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CAfALOGUE M. 0. B cVNDIFF & CO., Llrely, VA., Aironls. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 IIOHSK POWEU. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKJil) K?R CATALOGIE. SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have aeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motors, laat ?ear's tnodel, with this year'a improvementa, right from factor...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 3 May 1907

OEMOCRATIO weeklt. Entered tn 1 rvlogton P. O. as Sdclaaa matter.l VA. (ITIZKN PL'BLlftHINti CO., J'l Itl.lSHKKK. BUBSCH1PTION: $1 a year.in advanct Al. eoiutimnii-ntion* or businesa letters shoutd be uddresned tothe Viimsivi * Citizkn, Irviiitfton. Va.. to roeeive prompt at truti-u. W. R. HOWE, Offick Manaokr. rrMiiy, May 3, 1907. THE PRIVATE AVENGER. Virginia is getting a aurfeit of the "unwritten law." The killing of By waters by the Strothers was about as cowardly a proceeding as one of ten reads about, and the action of Judge Loving in killingyoung Estesis none the less so. The condoning of such crimes leads to more crimes, until finally the people see the grave mistake they have made in condoning any crime. The admission that the law fails and that individuals must punish for crimes is an admission that our elaborately built-upgovernment and systemof jurisprudence isa failure. There must come a revulsion in senti ment and a recurrence to sound princi ples of government and an ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 3 May 1907

LOCAL MENTION. All com?UDlc?iion? ibould bf nddrfwed to th? Vikoima viTitES. IrvinKtuti. Va. The Baptist Church here is being freshly painted._ Dr. W. J. Newbill was in Tappahan nock Monday on busin< Welford Garner has secured the pos ition of oiler on steamer Potomac. Mrs. Sarah Bryant is quite sick at the home of her son, L. H. Bryant, here. Frank James, of Richmond county, is here helping to fit up a gasoline boat. Ilultiinore prk-es paid tof txirs l>>* b. I.. Vrrby m S4111, KilmnriKK-W. Mrs. S. B. Griffith sprained her ankle Monday by twisting it in stepping out of the door. _ Miss Mamie Snead, of Monaskon, is guest of Mrs. R. S. Mitchell at Irving? ton Beach. _ Jno. H. Hall, of Lancaster Court house, is visiting at the home of Garry P. Messick this week. Miss Alice Shores, of Eastport, Md.. is a guest at the home of her relative, Captain J. E. Bussells. Ed. Brewington, of Baltimore, spent from Saturday until Monday with rel atives and friends here. Mrs. S. P. Simmons a...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 3 May 1907

e Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage. D. D. Ijm Aii;'clcs, ral.. April 28.?That flod'm way ot judging men and choos Ing tbeiu for some special tnsk is total \y different from man's way is em pbasized in this Bcruiou, the text of wbich is takeu from I.uke xix. 5, 'To? day 1 must abide at tby house." ' It is aiuazlng how loug tbe world I eonipels some of its most honored chil? dren to struggle auiid the qulcksanda of poverty, obscurity, misrepreseuta tion and slander before it ailows them to cliinb tbe uiouurain tops of inimor tality and fame. It Is bard to under staud why sonie men have to spend so tuuch of their lives flghting for a inere existence when they would have been able to do so much more good for their feilow men if the world had only been willing to encourage them In Kteud of turning tbe eold shoulder upon them. Every one remembers tbe famous couplet by tbe poet Heywood: fieven cltlea warred for Ilomer beinr d>ad. Who llvlng had no roof to shroud his head. Well, that...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 10 May 1907

gfttro Weekly Journal Devoied to ihe Interests ol Lancasiei Cciwty in Pariicular; llie HoMhern Neck and Rappahannocfc Kalley in General, and the World at large Volume XVI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FBIDAT, MAY 10, 1907. NUMBEB 32. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission ercha nts For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALT1M0RE, MD, ABENAQUE S?S??i2" ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable m Staiionary Engines, MANCFACTUKEI) BI ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. 0. B ii'MtlFF A CO.. Livelj. VA.. Aironts. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOU3E POWB& RCO A'& CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKNl? IOK CATAUX'.VK. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have several 14 horse-power Buffalo (Jasoline Motora, laat ?e:\r's modt-1, with this year'e iniprove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 10 May 1907

OEMOCKATIC weeklt. I Bntered In lrvinvtoo P. O. as 8d elasa matter.1 VA. IITIZEN PUBLIAH1NO CO., I'MtllMIIKS. SUBSUKIPTIOM: $1 a year.in adrance Al. eommuriloMtloiift or hiidineM lotlers sbould be ud.lrvns?-.l lothe V i iiuinia Citixkn, tr\ nuftori. Va.. to receho protapl attentliui. W. R ROWE. OrncK Makaukr. Frlday, MaylO.lOOT. "People visiting the Jamestown Ex position will doubtless be shown the sofa upon which Pocahontas sat while being courted by Captain John Smith," says the Des Moines Capital. Unless that is intended as a double-barreled extravaganza, the Capital would better court acquaintance with the reiations between the Indian princess and the redoubtable captain. ? Richmond News Leader. Now 8ee here, learned News Leader, it is hardly fair to hold up a fellow so far away from the "noble Jeems" on a technicaltty like that. Barriug the aofa extravaganza, the we8terner is not ao far wrong. Do you not think?and know, so far as history is true?that the redoubtable Cap'n John ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 10 May 1907

LOCAL MENTION. All commuDienttons should ?*? nddreased to tho Vikuinia Citizen. IrviiiKtou. Va. W. B. Tellis was in Baltimore this week. _ F. G. Newbill attended Richmond county eircuit court at Warsaw this week. Kufus Milligan, of Kastern Shore. Md.. spent Sunday and Sunday night with F. A. Gunhy here. _ Baltimore prioes paid f<>r ojth:* I'.v 1.. I.. . A BOM, KiUu;?i '-.ixK. Miss Margie George returned Friday from a three weeks' visit to Baltimore and Moran, Va. William Wise returned from Norfelk Monday, where he has been several months at work. Mrs. Frank L. King returned Sunday from a mon th's visit at her parental home in North Carolina. We will have a lonjr line of elothiiuron <l:* play in Thomas' old store, Lnneaster. lxK>k ?18 up next courtday. Jtmos \- Kieliatdson. H. Jeter Haydon, formerly of this place, but now of Urbanna, has ac cepted a position as assistant purser on M., D. and V. steamer. Dr. G. H. Oliver, dentist, who has been in Tappahannock some time, re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 10 May 1907

Cahnage Sermon By Rev. Frink De Witt Tilmife. D. i). Los Angeles, Cal.. May & That life la a battle -vvith the glgautie forees of Pln, but that lie who seeks thl? help la assured of vietory, Is the lessou of thia sermon. The text Is NuuiIhts 13, xxrlll, "And there we snw the giants. tba sons of Ainik. which coiue of the giants." The most dangerous and yet oue of the most important duties assigued to a aoldler In time of war is that of a spy. No soldier but the bravest and the most intelllgent is ever seleeted by a commandlug general for this danger? ous mlsslon. After the retreat from Iiong Island, George Washington need ed informatlon in reference to the num bers and tbe geographicat positlon of the enemy. So he seleeted the hrllliaut Nathan Hale to penetrate the Brltish lines and soan the fortlfleatious of Slr William Howe. We all know the trag lc end of that Jouruey. Nathan Hale flled uttering the words, "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country." But in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 17 May 1907

ircjutia ?UHm. Voi.umk XVI. Weekly Journaljlevoted to the Interests cf Lancastei Cttniy in Particulai; tlie Horihem Neci and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FR1DAY, MAY 17, 1907. NUMBEB 33. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Btokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET,,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?S??iXE ARE UNEXCELLED FOJt FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power PortaDle a.id Stationary Engines. MANUFACTUKEl) n Y. ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOCJUE M. O. B iVNIUFF A CO., Livoly, VA., Aeonts. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR ? TO 40 BOBUi POWIB. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKNH KOK CATAMMJUK. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have sevcral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gasoline Motore, luat ?rar's iniulel, with this y?>ar's imrftovem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 17 May 1907

?fa< <j ^f (,'iH'rn OKMOCKVriC WKKKLf. I Bntered tu Irvington H.O.aa Zuclaoamatter.l TA. CITIZEN Pl'BLISHIM. CO., I'l HI.ISHKKH. 8UB8CRIPTION: $1 a year.in advance Al. ooramtmk-ations or business U-tt?-r* ? iioniii iu- addreaaed tottM Vihuinia ?'i Ir\ iiurtoii. Va.. to reeolvi' prumpt iitteiitioii. W. R ROWE. Okficb Makaukr. Erlday, May 1 7,11*07. Northumberland county does more newspaper advertising than any county in the Northern Neck. Heathsville pays more for advertising space annually than any other village in the Northern Neck. - Heathsville Echo. We do oot queation thiaatatement; and wewill add that, what ia lacking to the town aa an inland village ie made np by the pnblie spirit and pu8h of its merchant8 and busineat? men. Many places with greater nat ural ad?anlagea fall behiod Heaths? ville because their roerchanta can't get out of tbe ruta. They figure a dollar for advertising on the "loss" side of the balance, never taking into accouut the ten-Uollar protit made on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 17 May 1907

LOOAL MENTION. . AMcornraunleationssh.HiNt tw> addreaaed to th? Vikoima v'mzKN. Irrlartna. v?. Mrs. J. E. Bussells and children are visiting in Baltimore Ul Epworth League Social meets tonight (rViday) with Mi--s Lydia Heath. Capt. L. H. Irving is on a visit to his daughter. Mrs. .1. F. JTlataHllla. Norfolk. wii.-ii in Hoata - a oold i Soda at .luiies \ Kieliurdaou'H. Baptist Social Circle will meet Mon? day night next at home of Mrs. Goa I?. Cillis. Mrs. L. H. Irving and Miss. Kate Messick left Wednesday fora few days' stay in Baltimore. Misses Louise and Mary Towell re? turned Saturday from a two-weeks' visit to relatives at Millenbeck. Maitiinore prices paM lor .?>r> l,y |.. |.. .Verl>\ | Son, Kilmiiriioek. Faculty and students regret to part with Archie Beane, who is called home to assist his father because of scarcity of help. Misses Carolyne Gunby and Myrtle Brewington left Friday on a visit to Crisfield and Baltimore of several weeks' duration. Mrs. James Ashburn,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 17 May 1907

Serrncm By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. 1 k lx)s Ama/tim, QaL, May v.i.- ln this lermoii the pronehcr cnlls attention to tbe universully prevnlont sin of lugrat Itude, as shown in our lack of nppre elation of many hlessingsi that eomo into our daily lives. The text ls Luko xvll, l."?, "Aud one of them. when he naw that he was healed. turned back and with a loud volee gloritied God." Travelors tell us that in one of the easteru states there is a high wountain range aml to go from one part of this state to the other you must eliwb those uiountalns. The upward pathway henda aml winds, now orerarched by trees, now umler the shadow of some overhanglng cliff, but still onward and upward. The wearled traveler, pant ing and putfing. ls too exhausted to look baek aiul see the beautlful valley he has left liehind. He keeps say ing to hlmself. "Oh. if I were only at the top, then the rest of my journey would l>e easy." Suddcnly tlie trees ahead of hhn ahruptly cease nnd Instead of ove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 24 May 1907

$mm *4t ? JL ? -% VOLUMB XVI. Weekly Journal Devote^tojltejiiteiests ol Lancssiei Cccoiy in Parlicular; the Horthern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World ai large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1907. Nttmrtct* M4 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, ABENAQLlE~2???^SE ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Ponable M Stationaiy Engines, MANPFACTUUED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. O. ? iIi'MUKF & CO.. LIvely, VA.. Aarenls. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR MlORK BOaTS M4V) \ia\1NCV\ES. I to 40 hoksi: POW1B. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKMl H)K C'ATAI.OtilTK. SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have several 14 horse-power Hnffalo Goaoline Motore, luat ^rar's tnod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 24 May 1907

%ht ?ir?hia Citigm. DEMOCRATIC WEEKLT. 1 Rntered ln Irvmirtoo P. O. aa 3d claaa matter.] TA. CITIZEN PIBLI3H1NU <0. PlIBLISHEKS. BUBSCRIPTION: $1 ayear.tn advance Al. communicationa or buaineaa letters sh.mld bc iiililn'K^il to the VlMOINI * ( r. i?i? IrvniKton. Va.. to receiv? prompt attcntion. W. R ROWE, Officb Manaoer. Friday, May 24, 1007. RUNNING SHORT ON MEN. Kver and anon we are applied to by buaiuess men, at a distance as well as at home, to send them relia ble young nfen to help out in varied liues of business. We hwvc had occaaiou to recommend or aecure a nuniber of our country boys for these purposee; some havestuck and made greatsuccess, while othera havefallen ahort Prime stock in this market is as difficult lo procure as in other tbiugs. The business world waots meo, sterliug honest, sober, indua trious vouug uien?uot sap-heads. dudes, cigarette tiends or whiskey suckera. All are not born of the same mental calibre, but the thick headed boy of good habita and stick ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 24 May 1907

LOCAL MENTION. All communteatlons should l>e nddreased to tbe Vikuinu v iTizr.x. Irvtntrton. Va. Hazel Carlisle, of Norfolk, is on a visit to the home of James Ashburn. Misses Leah and Eva Willing an- on a visit to friends at Hampton, Va. W. McD. Loe lef*> Monday for a week's stay at Staunton and Rawloy Sprin::>. _ llHltimorc j.riccs paitl for . :.-l's ?.> ! . 1. Yer?>y \ S?.ii, KiliiiitrtHH k. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Turlington, of Accomac county, is on ? visit to relatives here. W. W. Broadus, of Warsaw, spent a few days at the home of Geo. W. Sanders this week. Ben Baird, popular representative of the "Big Four" insurance, companie3 was here Monday night. Dr. and Mrs. John P. Stiff, of Fred ericksburg, spent from Friday until Monday here. They also visited War? saw last week. Wheti la HeathsvUto jrot ? ?<>1.1 jrlns* of s..,i;i ut Joaaa m Klesauaattsjiw, Quite a party of Urbanians spent a while in our village Sunday. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Bon ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 24 May 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. i: Lm Augeles. Cal.. May 11). In this rern.ou Ibe proaeher slunvs that we iire not sullicientiy appreelatire of or tbankful for the blesslngs we enjoy nnd'thnt to make life swoeter and bet? ter we should (MM these eoustantly ln mind. Tbe text ls Ps. cill, 2, "Forget not all his l>euefits." Memor.v"s grlp ls not always flrm. ller peu is uot neoessarlly a cblsel. Her uieuiorial tablets are not always cast lu bron/.e or irou or steel. Her death masks are not impervious to tiuie. They erunihle and deoay like the tmnes and the flesb nud the life they represent. ller though ts are not al? ways reeorded upon the leaves of aolld rock by the sharp |*?ncil of the llght nlng. ller hrond manuscripta are of teu like the snuds of the seashore. washed clean at least once a day by the luflowiug Udes. They are the blackboards in the schoolroom'of a lit? tle cblld. The wrltten words of the luorniug are obliterated by the teacher to make iwmi for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 31 May 1907

Qinxa VOLUME XVI. Weekjyjouinaljevoted to the Interests oi Uncasiei Ctimy in Particular; ilie northern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in Genetal. and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 81,T907T NUMBEB 35. 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. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD, ABENAQUE 2?5?^E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portable and Staiionary Engines, MANOFACTUHED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CAfALUUUE M. 0. II CiMHFF A; CO.. Lively, VA., Agents. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOUSE POWBB. R.CO. A'fe CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKNI> KOK tATALIKilX SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. . We have several 14 horse-power Buffalo Gasoline Motore, last ?ear's model, with this year's iniprovements, righ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 31 May 1907

tihf Vu--Mn ftiiiztn. DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY. I Kotered ln I rvlnaton P. O. aa 2d elasa matter.1 ?A. CITIZEN PUBLISHINO < 0., PUIM.ISUKKS. SUBSCRIPTION: $1 a year.in advance Al. vommiitueatioii* or busiiieaM lt-tters ahould Ik- ad<lrea*ed tothe Vikuima Citizen, lr\ luaton. \ a.. to reeeive nroiunt utteution. W. R ROWE. Orrica Hanaoir. Friday, May.il, !1>o7. Missouki ia another State that will ouat the Standard Oil Com? pany for its many sios, mentiouable among them unfair combination to run out competitors. We are bot for knockiog all corporatiooa but it doea aeem tbat the Standard haa more unpardonable ?ins laid up againat it than any other well known coocern. The worst feature ia that the poor?the widow, orphan and laboriog man?ia wh-re its blood money chitfly comea from. Coal oil ia the light that muat lighten the path of the humble for manv yeara to come, it would aeem. The rich can get better and more light from inventions and diacoveries that have not the stamp of "truat" ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 31 May 1907

LOCAL MEN TIC) N. Allcommuolcat'orig ebould hca-blreased to the Viroima JRISB8. Irvington. Va. Mrs. Frank King has returned to the Irvington Beach after a stay in Nor? folk. Miss Oney Ingram, of lower Lancas? ter, is spending this week with relatives here. Mrs. E. L. Wilder and son, Hunter, leave today for Frcdericksburg, their future home, Mrs. A. Y. Lee returned Monday from a month's stay with ivlatives in North and South Carolina. Miss Sarah Allison, of Emmerton, is spending this week at the home of her uncle, W. W. Allison, at this place. Among the recent sick, now improv ed. are: Mrs. Jno. R. Davis, Irving Jones, S. B. Griftith, Mrs. George San? ders. Haltimore prices paid for eir,rs> Bj I . I.. Yerby & Son, K ilmamock. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stakes, of Rich? mond county, spent Saturday and Sun? day with Mr. Stake's sister, Mrs. Geo StC. Smith._ Mrs. H. F. Bland and children, of King & Queen, are cxpected today to visit the lady's sister. Mrs. E. F. Gar ner, at the parso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 31 May 1907

*-.?.-., Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Ttlmtgc, D. D. - l.os AjaaajBs*, C8JL, May L.V..?ln this voinion. nppropi i.ite to tlie time. the old. 1888888 theme of a Basttsatfa sorrow nnd bow it 1888 healed reeeives new treatment, and tbe lesson ls learued of n great people united lu the bonds of a coniuion PartrtotBg brotherhood. The text is lsniah xliil. tl, '1 will say to the nortb. Give up, aud to tbe south, Keep not baek." I sometimea thlnk we make a mls tnke when we tliiuk of tbe eivll war as enditig at Appomattox. The wounds were too fresh tben on both sides. We know that the war is euded now, aad I thlnk the beglnuing of the end dated about twenty years ago. The begin nlng of tbe end eame In a letter which Adjutant General R. C. Drum on April 30. 1S87. addressod to Hon. W. C. Endi eott. secretary of war ia President Cleveland's eablnet. Tbe letter went thus: Blr?I have the honor to state that there are now in this office. atored In one of the attlc rooms of the building. a...

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