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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 July 1907

%nm (BilHm W'?MlMM[MlJawtanajliejiieiesfe ot lancastei Citnty in Pariicular; the Horthern Neck and Rappahannock tfalley in General, and the World at targe Volume XVI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907. NUMBEB 41. CHAS. M. STRDVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokets and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. PREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE i^??isE ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable anti Staiionary Engines, MANUFACTUUED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. 0. H Ci'Miiri' k CO., Livcly, VA.. Airenls. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 4=0 HORSaa POWIft. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKM) KOK CATAI.OOI ? ? SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have 8everal 14 horae-power Huffalo Gaeoline Motora, last ?eur'a model, with this year'a improvHtn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 July 1907

?fa? ?ti<yii? flttigre. OBMOCRaTIC weeklt. I Rnter?d 1 ii I rvlngton P. O. aa 8d dass mattor.l ? A. C1TIZEN PIBLISHINW CO. ri m i .111 ks. 8UB8URIPTION: $1 a year.in advance W. R ROWE. OrncR Mahagkr. Friday, July 12. 1007. IF WE HAD BUT A DAY. Scientists tell us there are many apecies of insects in the lower ordera of animal life that are born into ex ijtence, live a life-time and die of o'd age within a minnte of time. To them the uiinute of life ia aa much as the ten yeara to a car, the aeventy year8 to man, the oue htin dred yeara to gooae or awan or the thouaaod yeara to the whale. Yet no man of ua is guaranteed the allotted span; the majority die far abort of it, and multitudes without a day's notice. In reality it is a aolemn truth tbat not one of ua ia guaran? teed anotber moment of life. For this reaaon the good book and its expounders tell ua to be ready at all times. Not knowing, then, that we have but a day?the present one? how should our time be improved ? A l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 July 1907

LOCAL MENTION. All commun'cMion* nbould ?>?? n'Mreased to the Vikuima Ol MaCl*. Irvititrton. Va, 11. 15. Boughton laft Wednesday for Orange county on banaaaaa. Miss MauiU' L?>land is nn an extended visit to rolative in Richmond. Mrs. Jno. K. Davi.; laft Tuesday on an extended visit to Baltimore. Baptist Social Circle Ifondaj night at the home of Mrs. Mollie Willey. BaitimorA" petaaa paid toa agajaj !?> I I Yerby 3c Son, KilmarnoA-k. Prof. Alfred James, of Petersburg, is visiting Irvington friends this week. Misses Edith Preston and Madie GrifrUh are visiting relatives at Weems this week. G. B. Wilkerson, of Tappahannock, spent several days the past week with S. B. Griffith. _ Charles StClair, of Pennsylvania, who has been visiting friends here the past week, left Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Milby, of King and Queen, spent several days the past week at J. T. Rilee's. Bnconrajje home enterprlae and bAiy your lumberot W. H.Jeaaa, LltwaltAAn. Lancaater O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 July 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmarfe. D. D. i.os AJafjaJaa, OaL, July 7.?To all who are hurdencd with a seuse of despondcm-y ou aceaaaat of sickncss, loss of fricmis or fortune or the fall ure cf worhily prospects thh? sermon couies aa a tuessu^e of consolatiou uud encourngemcnt. The text ia Psain) xxx, 5. "Weeplug uiay endure for a night. but Joy*eometh in the inorning." The Bible declnres that lt 19 better to go to the house of luoumlug than to join ln tbe froilcs of the nuury inak era. But that does uot mean that we should talk to those iu trouble with the lugubrioua and sepulchral coun tenance of an nudertaker otficiating at a fuaeral. If there is any time in life when we need tbe curtaln up and the auallght floodiug every room lo the house. lt ia when the dark clouds of bereavement have showered the hearth 8tone of the hoiue with bltter, scald .iug tenrs. If there is ever a time wheu a vlsitor should enter a room with a smlle upon the lip and with a rlugiug note of joy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 July 1907

VOLUME XVI. ^^^g^^^^^g^^gfa^ ? Particular; ;he Horthernjeck and Rappahannock Valley in General. and ths World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907. Numbrr 42. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND M ACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Msrchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALT1M0BE, MD. ABENAQUE 2??f?=sE ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. 0. B i'iMHI'F & CO., LiTely, VA.. Asenta. BUfFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 IIORSK POWIB. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. mi) 'KO? CATAUXiUK. SPECIflL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We haveaeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gaaoliue Motora, laat ?ear'a model, with thia year'a improvemcnts. right from factory, *hich we offer f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 July 1907

jflfttt^irhia (Citisei?. DKMiicmTl,' WKEKLY. I Kntered in | rvLngtoii P. O. as 2d class matter.l ?A. CITIZBN Pl BLISH1N0 CO., I 1 Ul I- H ' ' . V 6UB8CRIPTION: |1 a year.in advauce W. R BOWE. Ornca Manaobk FrMay, .lnl.v 11>, 1?07. Last week the Kappahannock sec tioo was visited by a trio of gentle men represeuting the present steara boat scrviee of the Uappahannock, Potomac and bay shore lioes. They were Mr. T. Murdoch, tratlic tnana ger, his aesistant, Mr. J. 11. C. Wil? liam*, and Mr. W. D. Scott, agent at Fredericksburg. Tbeir object was to talk with our citizens "heart to heart" with a view to stimulating iuterest iu immigration to this sec tioo. A dual purpose is to be achieved?more traftic for the exis tent lioes and procuring buyers of land aud laborers for this sectioo With this object in view the Peon sylvania railroad system will estab lish an office in Baltimore, at Pier 2 Lightstreet, with Mr. J. H. (J. Wil liamsattbe head,invitinginfortnatioD from all who hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 July 1907

LOCAL MENTION. All cotnniunloaMons should be a< >r<*?ced to tbe Vikoima JiTirrs. f rvinirton. Va. Capt. A. W. Boaaath and son, Turner, are here this week. Kpworth League Social tonight (Fri day) at home of Mrs F. A. Gunby. Miss Jennie Marti-r, ol IVverly, N. J., is guest of the lliaaaa Rilee this week. _ If you are interested in selling prop? erty or securing labor read thecditorial column8 this week. Baltimore prlees paid for GBjgl 1>> L L Ycrby \- Son, Kilmartioi-k. Miss Esther Coates, of Warsaw. is visiting Mr. and Mrs Jas. Sanders, at White Stone, this week. Rev. J. R. Laughton, of Middlesex county, visited friends here and at White Stone last week. Mrs. Sarah Valentine was in Baltimore the past week. She was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. Wendal. Miss Fannie H. Robinson, of Nutts ville. and Miss Eva Burton.of Urbanna, are guests at the parsonagc this week. Rnuourajro home cnterprise and buy your luuiber of W. H.Jeese,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 July 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank DeWitt Talmatfe. D. D. " rvs Aapalatj OaJL, July 14.?in this rerujon, inelodious with the songs and fragraut witb the odors of the sumuier woods, we are taught the lesson of tJod's love aiid provideuee for all his ereatures. The text l? Luke xll, G. "Not oue of them is forgotteu before God." Wbat are God's provldenees? "Well." 3'ou auswer, "to use plaln. slmple. prac tleal, intelliglble English. they mean tJod's watchful aud proteeting eare over his creitures. For iustatice. I have a llttle l?aby born iuto the world. I do not go and leave my llttle one an a foundliug upon some doorstep. with the cold snow for a pillow aud with the whlstlingj January wlnds for a lullaby. But I. as a lovlng parent. take eare that she has a aoft erib ln wbleh to slwp. As sbe grows older I eare for her and provlde for her untll at last she b nble to take eare of her self. Now, If I do all thia for my ehild I do a father'm duty and prove myself a provldent parent. When we spe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 26 July 1907

VOLUME XVI. mm CifMett WeeklyjournalI Devoted to Ihejntetests ot tancastet Ccunty in Patticulat; the Wonhetn Heck and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 2<i, 1907. Numbeb 43. 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. FREDERICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2?S??K" ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Harse-power Portable ana Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOOUE M. O. B iX:NDIFF & CO., Lively, VA.. Arents. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR I TO 40 HORSE POWKlt. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKNO I'OK CATAIdCUK. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have several 14 horae-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motora, last ?ear'a tnodel, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 26 July 1907

<j?f v- -;i>i;i g'xtintxL DKMOORaTIC WEEKLT. I Knterv.liii irvmyon P. O.a* Sd cla*e matter.l ?A. I I I l/KN PUBLIftHlNtt CO. Pl>ltll8HKK&. 8UB8CHIPTION: $1 a year.in advance W. It HOWE. Ornca Maaaoaa rn.i.tv, July J20, 1?07. GOOD MENHADEN FISHING. Tbe p8Bt two weeks ia the "fish for fertil-zer" businesson the Chesa peake Bay have been exceptionally good. Tiie season was late in open iug and all of the plauts lost tens of thousanda of dollars in the begin ning. The present catch argues that they will catch np and get ahead. It is hopfd this will be the c?ae, as thefarmer is also materially kfft-cted when fishing is slack, he having to pay more for his fertilizer. Kiah is tbe basis of many commer cial fertilizera, A number of the menhaden fleet eacb rao above tbe million mark for last week, one of them corralling a million or more at a single set, se curing half a million out of tht bunch. Contrary to tbe popular opinioo, practically no foo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 26 July 1907

LOCAL MENTION. t4"n?.'gy>Daij:;;;.,i,0y'^r"r,c<* Dennis Mansfield, of Norfolk, is guest this week at the home of Ju'dson T. Haydon. R. A. Clarke and Luthor Slackum, i of Wicomico, were here Monday on business. Among the recent sick now improvt d are Mrs. Gary P. Messick and Barr? Hammonds. MissAddie F. Garner, of Philadelphia, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Garner, here. Mrs. Jno. Folliard and little ehild, of Laneview, Middlesex county, is guest of Mrs. F. H. Wilshin. Mrs. Eugene Wilder and little son, Hunter, of Fredericksburg, are on a visit to relatives here. Little Miss Bertha Towles, of Rich? mond, is spending the summer with her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Leland, near here. Hultimore prioea pahl for vttg? l>> I.. 1.. Tetttf & Son, Kilmarnoik, Mrs. Franklin, sister of J. B. Cralle, of Kilmarnock, is registered at the hotel for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Tom Hall and children, of Nor? folk, are on a visit to Mrp....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 26 July 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank Dc Wltt Talmatfe. D. D. i" Ln AnjrHes. ral., July 21.?In tbls reruion the preaeher draws a lesson of ??If?I interest from the lile aud death ?f Fruncis Murphy, the famous temperance evangellst. The text ls II Tlmothy lv, 7, "I have fought a good tigut." F.veu uudcr the brlghtest aud hap !>lest conditions It ia a sad slght to see a great mau unbuckle his aruior and lay down the battleax he has wlelded ln the frout of life's struggles. When John Adanm was about to be iuaugu rated presldeut of tht I'ulted States the assembled oiultitude had no cheers and voeiferatlons for the new chief taln. Their thoughts were with the re tlrlng leader. There were sobs and ?chlng hearts for him who was to lay down the tasks of public life after forty-flve years consecrated to his eountry'8 servlce. All eyes were fo cused upon the tall, commandlng flgure of him who wonkl henceforth be known as "First In war, first In peace and first In the hearts of his counrry m...

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

VOLUirtE XVI. Weekly Journal Oevoled to ihe Intstesis ot tancasu. c?m> ir, Faiticular, the Nonhe.n Neck and Rappatiannock Valley in General, and the Wotld a? Large _IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY,AUGUSTT i907 NtJMBER 44 CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Simven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FBEDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE 2???^?E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Hurse-power PortaDle and Stationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BV ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. O. B C?JM?irff & CO., Llrely, VA.. Airents. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 12 TO 40 1IOKSK POWEK. RCQ A'& CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. sl.M> rilR CATALUUUK. SPEGIAL OFFER 0F GASOLINE ENGINES. We have aeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motors,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 August 1907

MHA?lt*TI? WEEKLY. | Rntered tu I rvlnaton P. O. aa 2d olasa matter.l fA. CITIZEN PIBLISHINU CO., FIBI.IKHKRS. 8UB8CHIPTION: $1 a year.in adyance VY. R HOWE, OrricB Manaukh. Frlday, August 15, 19U7. BLEST COUNTRY, BUT UNIM PROVED. In season and ont of season we have maintained, tc strangers aud home people alike, our belief that the lower Kappahanuock Valley was the equal if not much the superior of the Noifolk and Eastern Sbore truckiog lield. This has been borue upoti us by experiment and iuvesti gaiion, and lately by the opinion of otheis who have looked into the matter. The aandy wastes of Vir ginia's eastern peninsular were nioat uniniiting before tranaporta tion opened them up, and there, like here, the people relied almost solely upoa what the water would give op. K is true we need better transporta tion facilities, but jost as badly we need to keep "ashore" and look after our lands. They are the kindest iu the world, need but to be tickled to smile with harvesL We are too mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 August 1907

LOOAL MBNTION. All oommuoie?ttori? ataould b* nddrecst"! to j the Vihoikia JlTIZEX. Frv nittiio, Va. Calvin Brewington, of Pinn<-r.< Pofait, Va., was here Sundav. Miss Bflat I.owory, n?.ar Re?-dvillo, is guest of Miss Lvdia Heath. Fred Gunby left Wednesday on a ten days' visit to Ciisfield, Md. Pollard Bussells, of Nuttsville, is visiting his cousin, Lacy Kirkmyer. E. F. Thompson lost a fine young horse a few days ago with distempor. Cashier Rock spent Monday and Tues day at his parental home at Litwalton. Among the recent siek, now improved, are: WillTurlington, H. L. Creighton. Iktitiiuoiv prurs paM t<>r tSgl b* L L Vcrl'.v & BlM, K ilm.iihim k. Earl Leland, of Kichmond, is visiting his relative, Mrs. W. A. Leland, near here. Miss Lena Lankford, of Whealton, is visiting Miss Edith Messick here this week. Will Dyke, jr., has been visiting friendsatDunnsville, Essex county, the past week. Miss Agnes Coulbourn, of Baltimore, is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 August 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank Dc Witt Talmatfe, D. D. ].<>s Aii^<-!..s. ?-;ii.. July Ml i,Ib this larunoa the preacher brings us to the t roKsroadx, where we are ?<p?>n to vhoose tlie world, its pleasures and Its unbcllef ou the oue haud or the road whieh leixls to the hlgher life of falth ? nd to eicnutl compnnionships on the other. Tbe text ls I Klngs xvtii, 21, "How long halt ye between two opin IfMMlf l.li.iih. tbe autbor of the words of my text. is ?iH?aking to Klng Abab and to the cbliureu of Israel. He deserlbes the nution as baltiug or hesitatlng. The word was au approprlate oue. A ui:hi who ls not sure aU>ut his posi? tion or his course, who travels a Iittle way in one dlrectlon and then a Iittle wny iu anotber dlrectlou, inakes no progress. He balts and stuuibles. It Is a most unsatisfactory state, whether it relates to people of that olden time or to people of our time. so many of whom are similarly halting....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 August 1907

VOLUME XVI. Mt WeeMHournal Devoted tojthe lnterests of Lancasle. Ccuniy in Particula,, Hib Nom^m tocj and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRUINIA, FUIDAY, AUGUST <>, 1907. NUMBEB 45. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & C0.( . (Formeily with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHAIMDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE ??S???5E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-power Portabie anfl Staiionary Engines, MANUPACTUliED B? ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. 0. B CCN1HVF A CO.. Lively, VA., Airents. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR \JlOfcK BOaTS aUD \iA\\NCr\t\S. 2 TO 40 HOliSK POWKIt. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. MKND rOK r.vi A i.ot.r K. SPECIAl OFFER OF GRSOUNE ENGINES. We have several 14 horse-power Buffalo Gasolin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 August 1907

DRMiM'HaTir WEEKLT. IRnteredln Irvington P.O. an 3d ciaaamatter.] ?A. CITIZEN Pl MMSIUNtt CO., I I III ISIIKKK. SUBSCHIPTION: tl e year.ln advance W. R ROWE. Orrica Manaqeb. Al. eommoulcation? or buslness letter* aiould l>e addressetl to the Vikoinia ClTi/.i \. Ir\ injjtoti, Vit.. to reeeive proinpt attentioti. Krl.lav. Mi-u<t <>, l?t>7. RAILROADS GETTING WORSTED. Where partiea or corporatioos on the oue band and the people on the other clash over either real or fancied grievtmcee the populace usually win, siooer or later. Then it is that the pemlulum is apt to swing the other way. Yesterday Georgia, with one fell 8woop, wiped out her liquor law*, and tbe State goes suddenlv into the prohibition columns. This in uot so bad, because it was, as is usually the case, bronght about by tbe utter disregard of social deuiands and law. Prohibition is a siep be yond loeal option, and, in our opimon, is not near so good a policy. The great...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 August 1907

LOCAL MENTION. ailcommunlcationaahould beaddreeaod to the VlRUINIA ?JlTI7.EN. IrvlllKtoll. Va. Mrs. H. J. l>yke is visiting in Palti more this week. Mark H. Winner, of Baltimore. spent few days here this week. Our M. D. is ailing. The "recent sick" please sit up and take notice. Lewis Burke spent Saturday, Sunday and Monday with friends in Essex county. _ Baptist Social Circle will met Mon? day night next at the home of Mrs. W. G. Dunton. llaltimore prteos i>aid for vjrirs l>y 1.. L. Yerby A S<im, Kilmarnock. Mrs. Jno. R. Dyke and two children and Jack Dyke, of Norfolk, are visit? ing relatives here. Thurman Hamilton, of Philadelphia, is guest of his uncle. Capt. A. J. Ham? ilton, at this place. John Leland, jr., of Richmond. is spending some time at the home of Mrs. W. A. Leland. Fred Kirkmyer, of Baltimore, accom panied by Maurice Super, is visiting his parental home here. Miss Laura Bussells, of Norfolk, and Miss Annie Waters, of Baltim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 August 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. Loa Aii-r.-lrs. cal., Aug. 4.-ln this siTinon ii;,. pfAjajefeat sbows that tlu highost j..y ?>r life is not to be found in tbe plensuros of the senses, but In personal i-onse? ratlon and aetlve Chrls tlan Mtrlee. The text is IMiilippians lv, 4. "Bejolee in the Lord alway. and ngaln I say. Rejolce." An ajt^tl mlnister once said to me: "The ontire eharacter of ray preaching bas chnngod with my advaneing years. As a young man I used to preach on the teimrs of the law. on the wrath of <5od. on tbe wurniugs against sln and on the awful ploture of tbe lake of flre diawn t.y St. John in tbe Apocalypse. But as l grew older 1 found my favor Ite texts in tbe tender passnges of tbe I>alms. in tbe lovlng words of Chrlst to his disclples set down by the be loved disciple and In the eloquent exor dluiu on charity or love by tbe Apostle I'aul. 1 flnd tbat the nearer I come to heaven tbe more my heart burns with a...

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