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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 August 1907

wmw? ^eekhNourna^Deyote^to ihe Interests of lancastei Ccunty in Particular; ilie Horthem Hecfc and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at largi VOLUME XVI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, PBIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1907. NUMBEB 46. CHAS. M. STRIVEN & CO., (Formetly with Siruven 4 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,, BALT1M0RB, MD, ABENAQUE 2???^E ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 lo 18 Horse-power Portable and Slationary Engines, MANUFACTURED BY ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. 0. II tifJMMtf A CO., Lively, VA., Aironts. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR ? TO 40 HOKSi: POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., SROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKN1> K?K CMAMK.IK SPECIAl OFFER OF GASOUNE ENGINES. We baveseveral 14 horee-power Buffalo Gaeoline Motors, laat ? crtr'a model, with this year'a improvements, right from factory...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 August 1907

OKMrHHOir WKBKLT. ' Knt?;red tn Irviu,-ton H. O. aa 8d claaa matter.l TA. CITIZEN PUBLIAHING COM lt Jtl 1SI1VKS. SUnsCHIPTION: $1 a year.ln advance W. R ROWE. Office Manaobb. Frlday, August 1?, 1907. A FRIEND W'AT IS. Ever since B.irh*tn, of Petersburg, got a whiff of good salt air during Virginia Week" he haa been chafing at bemg tied to the confiues of Petersburg, and he will never be sat iafied uotil the Governor doesalittle charity work by transplanting him here; yea, and giving him th*? b;rth on the oyster tl-?et he so much enviea Anyway, his liver iaout of j >lt?and we can't blauie that organ, for, hav ing to KoAt in the muddy water of the Appomattoz, would tnro one'a liver not only green but any other color of the rainbow. Uere is how the Norfolk Liudmark editorially soa'ts dear old B. one? MCDONALD LEE MAUGNED. The Petersburg Index-Appeal has gone and done it now. In a feverish attempt to get itself out of a hole, it has spattered mud all over an innocent bystander, Edito...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 August 1907

LOCAL MKNTiON., AU .?ommiiD'eatff-n-i ?hou ?aed ?o Miss Ava W'il'ng is vi<kin;r -i. ? Baltimore. Capt. F. A. Gunby was in Baltimore this week. Clinton Bew is spending this w ?ek at his parental home in King & Queen. Miss Marie Fowler, of lailadt Iphia, is a guest of Miss Addie Garner. Miss Mary Simmons left Tuesday to spend several weeks in Baltin>re. Mrs. R. H. Hudson and son and Miss Lydia Heath are visiting friends at Village. _ Mrs. Jos. McCarty and children spent the past week with relatives on the Island. Iliiltiinoro jiricos i>iid tnr aSS* aj L> I.. V<Tby \ S.iii. Kiliu.tuiock. Miss Lizzie Kate Lewis. of Essex, arrived Monday for an indefinite stay in this village. Mrs. Lena Sullivan, of Baltimore, is on a three weeks' visit to htr hrother, Capt. C. B. Riggin. Among the recent sick, now improv ing, are: J. R. Callis. Miss Pauline C. Long and J. C. Townsend. Miss Gladys Rilee left Sunday on an extended visit to West Point, Va., and other places in that secti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 August 1907

Calmage Sermoii By Rev. Frank D< Witt Talmatfe, D. D. l.os Augoles, Cal., Aug. 11.?In this sermon tbe preaelier, who was nn eye witurss of the rescue of the survlvors of fcaa nppalling Columbla wreck, <rawa aa eloquent and tituely lessou from the dix.istcr. The text is Psalm xlvl. :?. Theagh the wateni thereof roar aad aa trmibied." I'lwn a e.irtaiu of one of the public places of aumseruent in the clty of Cateago is a beautlful picture of the "White CHr" of the national exposi? tion of isstt. Underneath this won derful vision are writteu these words. "Ai?l sbould I live a tbousaud years I never ean forget It." This was the sentence whleh aprang to my llps wheu I sat down to wrtte the horrible experience of the most niomentous day of my Hfe. But now, iustead of seelng beautlful white build ings, with their eolumus and domes aud minarets, aud hearlng the sweet notes of the most famous musieians in the world played in the gardens and hearlug the songs and the merrymak Ings of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 August 1907

VOLUME XVI. *7jmti?t Weeklyjournal De^ote^jojhe^lnterests of laneasiet Cctnty in Pariiculat; the Northern Neck and RappaliainiocK Valley in General, and the World at large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1907. NUMBEB 47. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formetiy with Sttuven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Metchants Fot MENHADEIM FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. ABENAQUE l?S?^sE ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. 2 to 18 Horse-powsr Portable anii Staiionary Engines, MANCFACTURED BY ABENAQUE IVIACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CATALOGUE M. 0. B cl'MUFF & CO., Llrely, VA.. Asrents. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 IIOK5E POWBB. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MQTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKN1> *<?R CATAUKit'E. SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have 8everal 14 horse-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motors, last ?car'a modc-1, with this year'a improve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 August 1907

(Kotered ln Irvinaton P. (.?. *a M olaaamatter.l TA. CITIZEN Pt'BLISHINtt CO., Imiiimim:-.. 8UB8UHIPTION: * 1 a year.tn advanctr W. R ROWE. Offick Managbr. ai. mwnalaatkiua or baataaaa letter* a lould 1k- addre?td lo the Vikuimx Citizen, Irviujrtotu \'a.. to neatara pmmpt attention. Erlalay, August 23, 1M07. A flooi) of important nrwa items and (.-omnun u-ntiona huve 8ide tracked tbe editorial galleys tbie week. This idtheliberty the "force" occaaionaHy takea when the editor is away. The aummer is wauii g and achools and roads seem equally to be takii g a vacation in some parta. liy-and by, iu the tunooil of winter, we will haiu on "good-roada" aod "bad tehoaka"?the latter to a large ex? lem due to absenr.e of tbe former. Some raeu eipend ayrupathy on a hound pup or aore-eyed kitten, and get the creditfor tender-heartedneaa, while they neglect or are even cruel to the humans under their own or neighboring roofa. A little more tbougbtfuluess for vour brotber will cover any seeming ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 August 1907

LOCAL MKNTJON. All cotamuotcatw.nrt dh< ul t ba a Idrvwod to ba Howard Willing, of Baltimore, spent Thursday with roiutiv?m here. H. Jeter Haydon, of Urban. a, spent a while with friends here this week. Mrs. C. O. Brooks and little daughter, of Baltimore, are visiting relatives here. Miss Kate Messick is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. P. Rowe. in Frede, icksburg. Carpenter W. T. Jones is adding a new bath-room to the residence of W. McDonald Lee. Miss Effie Rowe, of Baltimore, is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rowe, at this place. lUiltitnnrv ptaMB puid for c^-v bf L L Yerby & Son, Kiltnanux-k, Frank, Gulie, Anderson and Miss Cora Hundley, visited relatives in Mathews and Gloucester counties. last week. Misses Ruth Messick, Ruby Hopkins and Margie George spent a few days not long ago with Mrs. C. P. Palmer, at Moran. _ Misses Kate and Carrie Bussells are visiting their aunts, Mrs. Geo. C. Kirkmyer and Mrs. J. W. Haydon, here this week. R. F. Garner left here last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 August 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmaje, D. D. I.os Ani-.'ii'v, r.il., Aug. IS.?In pic tures.nie H?prtj the preacher in this Kermon atem tiw slgnineunce of the testimony of Israel's great leader to Jesus ns the Messiah. The text ls I.uke xvl. 31. "If they hear not Moses and the prophets. uelther will they be ?nMaWi though one rose from the dead." The syinU.I of tbe graveyard is used by Jesus tor nis gosj>el teachings, juat ?s lasar.y artists use skeletons for their mo-lels iu great artistic master pieees. The parable of Dives and Laznrus is nothing more or less than a greut pnuorama. a collectiou of ver bai pietures. showlng tbe eternal trag edy of a mlsspent life. Seene the First?An eastern prince la ln nis palaee. All that wealth and JWW Hiul tenipornl grandeur can give ls his. His clothes are of royal purple. His dlniiig room Is a banquet hall. His wails are of white tuarble. His floors are niosaics. His hallways and tatdroom and parlors are fllled with statuary and riche...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 August 1907

wmma (Biltetn VOLUME XVI. WjekJriDurnal Devoted to the Interest? of Lancestei Ccur.iv in Particulaf; the Northern Hecfc and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIaT^BIDAYJ'Al^iuST 30, 1^07^ Number 48. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & VKacker) 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 2S???*b" ARE UNEXCELLED FOR FARM WORK. | ? ? y*^>y ] -m **f 2 to 18 Harse-power Portable aiM Stailonary Engines, MANUFACTUKED 6f ABENAQUE MACHINE WORKS, WESTMINSTER STATION, VT CAfALOGUE M. 0. B CtTMMVI & CO.. Llrelj, TA., Acrenta. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR a TO 40 IIORSE POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKNP frOR CATALUCUK. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have8everal 14 horae-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motora, laat ?ear'8 model, with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 August 1907

fk*9u?HU SiHxML OKMOCKATIC V, i:i KLY. I Enteredli. Irvtnirton P.O. aa ad <-aaa matter.] fA. CITIZEN riHLISHINU CO., KBuasanuBa. 8UBSCH1PTION: $1 % v IvaaKX W. R ROWE. Ofkicb Managbr. AI. coiuniunieatioiis or busiaeas letter-j should bea?Mre>.-. .1 to the Vikuima CtTlXSH, Irviiufton. Va.. to reoeive prompt attent Frlday, Aiiiruat 80, H>t>7. COURAGE OF HIS CONVICTIONS. We boldlv :.llirm?and lot it find cenuure where it may?thst when an unnameable crirue is faatened, with out doubt of identity, upon a negro brute ours will not be tbe hand to atay suinmary proceedings by Judge Lycch. A thonsand times better that our eivilization be impugned by thiti blooded critics than that the sensitive and cringing victim be tormented at an open bearing, aud a worse fate, if such were poaaible, be added to ber already Btupendoua iojury. When our statesnien riae to tha poiut of allowing 3uch victims n private exauiiuation as witueasea our draaiifl views may undergo moditica tion, but not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 August 1907

LOOAL MENTION. All evneinuo'cat!?>??< ?h( ui ?-sed to be Viriiim \ v'lrixk-s. Irvmarton Capt. S. P. Simmons is in Norfolk this week. _ Henry Barrack had a valuable horse die a few days ago. Loyola Leland, traveling saltsman. is home for a few days. Miss Ruth Willing, of Balt'more, is J on a visit to relatives here. Miss Susie Penn, of Baltimore, is guest of the Misses Willing here. Ilaltitnorc pricva paid tmt i'K*o? ?>> L. L. Yt-rby A Son, Kiliuai umi. Misses Estelle Griffith and Edith Preston are visiting relatives in Essex county. _ Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taylor are visit? ing their son, Allen B. Taylor, at West Point, Va. _ Julian Reynolds, of Bertrand, was guest at the home of Geo. W. Sanders the past week. _ Little Miss Ercelle Jones recently re? turned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. E. Connellee, at Bertrand. Secretary of the Board of Fisheries, Hon. S. Wilkins Matthews, is here on fisheries business this week. Enoourage bomo euterprlse antl buy your lumber or W. H....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 August 1907

Cahnage Sermon By Rev. Frtnk De V/itt Talmatfe. D. D. Los Angdes. <:al., -Vug. 'Jo. In this teruton tlie preaeher shows tbe upllft liiK power uud intlueuce of a stroug. aadsM ehanacter upon tbe iives and fonduet of those with whoiu he inay be assoeiated. Tbe toxt ls Aets xxvii. '.M, "Theu they were all of good cheer." The prejudlce agalnst miuisterlal Baaaaaaaata rocaaatty held by sallors al.oard ship was very bitter. Yet to? day in tlie Mana of my text we see l'uul. the ajoapel missionary, overcom lug the prejudke of the erew. Amld the liadltanraaaaa aaaacljdoa we see him wluulng their louhdence to such an ex teut that he beconies praetlcally the enptain iustoad of the captlve. After weeks of tossiug about upon a treacb erous sea, vwith nll bearlugs lost, the H| souls aiKtard turn to this little Jew and beg his advlee as to what they should do. They say. "We will obey your orders; we will eat when you tell us to eat nud east off our anchor ca bles when you tell us to cast them o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 September 1907

<G3fi$en VoLUMfc XVI. WeekliNournall_P?oteltttheInme^tsji^a^cast^cu^^Pariicular; itie Northem WecfcandRappahannocH Valley m General, and the Wotld at targe IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FSIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 6, 1907 NuMBEB 49. J> 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, Tll Throw It Away If No One Will Have It." Did you ever feel like thie or even say it about your gasoline engine when you couldn't get it to work? Well, its your fault. You appointed yourself machinist and went to work. Now be reasonable. Steam eugines goto machineshops for repairs at least once a year. Gasoline engines should do likewiee. We have a good machine shop at this point and we will tnake vou aay like you do when it works good? "I Wouldn'tTake $1,000 For It If I Couldn't get Another Like It. WE HAVE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 September 1907

?ar**f*nii fittot. HaUiCatJatAl l? WKKKLY. | Kntervd 1 u I rvi nirton P. O. M W clan matter.] i- ,r ?a. miin PLBMHHINtt CO., II IttlMlK.KN. SUB8GRIPTION: ftl a year.in advance W. R ROWE. Orrica Manaheh. Al. i-otntminlcations or buaineas ktaaM fhould bv addivam-d to the Vikcima ( i Irvinifton. Va.. to ?vulve prompt attention. Fr|.lay. 8eptember ?, 19U7. LOYAL SUPPORT TO OYSTER INTERESTS. The editor of the Norfolk Vir ginian-Pilot has kept in cloae touch with the intfrrdtcj of Tidewater and uo one other more thau the oyster industry. Within recent years that paper baa watchtd assiduously the "ins and outa" of the oyster question and has grasp'd thesituation perhaps better than the run of State news papers. The work of the State Board of Fisberu's hascooie in for close and irapartial observation, and Tidewater is tortunate that her papers are giv ins? eamest support to the endeavors ?>f the Board to save from depletion the natural rocks in coojunction with a zealous endeavor to enco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 September 1907

LOCAL MENTION. AUoommunlcat?on??hould beaddreM?4 *o he Vihginia Jitizen. Irvimctim. V*. Barker Hopkins was in Baltimore this week on bu. iness. Archie Beane, of Miskimon, is visit? ing friends here. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at home of Mrs. F. A. Gunby. Arthur James, of l'etersburg. is vis? iting friends here this week. Miss Inez Alexandria, of Urbanna. is guest of the Misses Wiiling. Italtimore. priees paid for eirirs by L L Yerby & Son, Kiltnarnoek. R. B. Davenport, oyster inspector of Sharps, spent Friday here. Jno. Wm, Newbill, of Essex county, is visiting his uncle. Dr. W. J. Newbill, this week. Miss Pauline Ewell, of Middlesex county, is visiting her cousin, Miss Madie Grifftth. Eugene Folliard and Milton McKann, of Norfolk, spent Monday at the home of F. H. Wilshin. Sadie and Lizzie Barnett, near here, returned from a viBit to relatives at Ottoman this week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sanders are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Lillie Lowery, at Warsaw, this week. R. S. Mitche...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 September 1907

Cahnage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage. D.D. g-* i.-'s Angeics. Cai., taft. l.?Iu this sermon f?>r LakOC day the preacher shows Jt to lx? tho duty of those who have prosp?>r*Hl (?> make a generous and consldrrato nso of their wealth, baataad of reganiing it as a means to mlulster to their own selflshuess. The text Is Luke xll, 17, "What shall I do, Uw-uiise I have no room where to be xtow my frnitsV The chief character of my text ls au old inlser. Ile is Just like thousands ?>f inon nnd womeu we see in dally life or read nlnnit in the uewspapers. He was eUdentiy one of the agricul tural leaders of the east. Perbaps he started as a paaV boy. He may have been one of the lmruigrants who came to Jerusalem durlug Herod's adminia tratiou. Ile may have been born in Italy and hHve gone to Syria to seek his forttme. In this farotT province of the east be hlres himself out as a farin hand. He suves his wages and works hnrd. But he has a keen mlnd as well as a willing hand. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 September 1907

IJiirMttfa tttSjwt* Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of lancastei Cctntj in Particulyr, the Nonhern Week and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large VOLUME XVI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1907. aj Number 50. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacket) 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, 'TllThrow It Away If No One Will Have It." Did you ever feel like this or even say it about your gasoline engine when jou couldu't get it to work? Well, its your fault. You appointed yourself machinist abd went to work. Now be reasonable. Steam engines go to machineehopa for repairs at least once a jaar. Gasoline engines should do likewise. We have a good uiaclnne shop at tbis point and we will make vou say l'ke you do wheu it works good? "I Wouldn't Take $1,000 For It If I Couldn't get...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 September 1907

OKMOCKATIC WKKKbT. \ Boteredlu Irvlnaton IM'.aa Mctasa matter. 1 YA. CIT1/EN 1*1 Itl.lSH I N?? CO.. PUHLIblltCKB. 8UB9CRIPTION: tl ayear. n advanca W. R ROWE. Ornca Mahagbb Al. eomiminb-atioii* or business Icttcrs should be addresscd to the VlltuiNi ? i Irvinfton. Va.,t<> reccive prompt attention. Friday, September 19, 1?U7. JUDGE AND GOVERNOR. Tbe tirade of .ludge Biackstone a^aitiat (io\ernor S-van^on for seud ing troopa to Onancock to preeerve the peace ( tiul which they ouly did do) ia probablj without parallel in our State annala. Such thiugs occur when the administration ia not in good favor with the people aud jodiciary, but with tbe mostudmira ble fefling today prevailing in Vii ginia, aud with bar, preas and people praotically couiplinientarv to S*an aon'a virile administration of affaire and his actioua in tbia matter in particular, to say nothing of the ex ceeding high compliment paid him for his act by Goveroor Uuild, of Masiachussetts, who as guest was not met ou ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 September 1907

LOCAL MENT10N. All cornmunU-ation* ??r*<>uid ?*? H<Mn'aaa? to I he V ikimnu Oitijskw. Irv Mrs. W. G. Duntun is suflferintf from boils. _ Among the recent sick, now im proved, is W. H. Ford. Italtiruori' prices paid for vtctr* l>y L I Yerby fe Son, KilmariMH-k. Monday next is lancaster Court. Our editor will be on hand early. Miss Fannie Bellows, of Ocran, was guest at the parsonage this week. Baptist Social Circle next Monday night at the home of Mrs. M. P. Jones. Dr. Geo. H. Oliver is attending Den tal Association meeting in Norfolk this week. Mrs. John R. Davis has returned froma two weeks' visit to Norfolk and the Exposition. Miss Ruth Ingram, of White Stone, was visiting the Misses Hopkins here this week. Mrs. R. B. Kyle, of New 0rlean3, and Miss Blanche Jones, of Urbana, are visiting Mrs. W. McD. Lee. Rncuuratre home enterprlso and buy your luuioer ui W. H. Jesse, l.itwaltou. L&uca?toi Co. Materiai tho best, prtcea >ow, t>m trvljrbu itveu. _ Miss Bessie Cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 September 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Wltt Talmajfe. D. D. V-* I.os Vn^eles, <nl , Sc[>t. 8.- In this vermou the proncher lueulentes the les ??? that <J<k1 rnWs all things and can turn the appnreut trivialities of life into events of the ininlitiest Importance and highest beueficeuce. The text Is I Kintfs xxil, ::4. "And a certaiu man drew ? bow :it n venture and smote the kintr of Isrml belW8? the Jolnts of the batl ness." I (Hicc hold in niy hand n little Hible tli.it had Ihtii rarriod hy ? soldier all tlin.uKh the civil war. It had been glveu to turn when he was a young reernit. 11c always kept it ln his breast pockct, just over his heart. In oue of the great battle* a Confederate bullet plowed its wtiy through three rourth-* of that book aud knoeked the ii>;ii>. senseless. but that Blble stopped the bullet on Its jouruey. "And." said the ?>U1 soldier. "(lod saved n?y life by that book on nceouv./ of my mother's prayers." Do I beliere that? Most ? vrtainly. Paul te...

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