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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 20 September 1907

%t$xnia (BilHtn Weekly^lotirnarDevoied lo Ihe Interests of laiicasiei Couni) n. Paniculai, the Northern Hech and RappahannocK Valley in General, and the World at large VOLUME XVI. IRYINGTON, VIRGINIA, PBEDAT, 8EPTEMBEB 20, 1907. NUMBER 51 CHAS. M. STRIVEN & CO., (Formerly wirh 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, FREDERICK STREBT.,_BALT1M0RE, MD. TllThrow It Away If IMo One Will Have It." Did you ever feel like this or even say it about your gasoline engine when you couldn't get it to work? Well, its your fault. You appointed yourself niachinist at*d weut to work. Now be reasonabte. Steam cngiues go to tnachine shops for repairs at least once a year. Gusoline engines should do likewise. We have a goud muelnne ahop at this poiut and ?e will make vou say like you do when it works good? "IWouldn'tTake $1,000 For It If I Cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 20 September 1907

tfh* Yir'-na <?iti*en. OEMOCHAlK WK.nu v. (Botered lu Irvlnftoo P.O.uHvliM matter.', TA. CITIZEN 1*1 HI.ISIIINii ro.. ri'lil.lMU HS. 8UBSCK1PT10N: $1 & yesr. m ?cW?nc* W. R ROWE. OrricB Manauek Al. comraunk-atioua or bustnt-M totten nhciultl b? addlMM (I tolhr Vimitvi \ mi/KN, li\iniftoii. Ytt., t<> raOtlTC prtmipt ittti-iition. Frlrtay, 8eptem ber iJO, 1 ?07. A lettek briugstidings that Kev .laiiiea K. (irahatn ui:d wifV, Vir giaia miagionariee, are on tbe bigh seas btaring to the dtarving iu China belp from synipatheiic Americanr. Witb tbeir gifts is$i0.10 (acknowl edged) from the little tota here wbo duriog thn smuQter held a penuy i-how, to rai^f inoney to aend to Cb'na. Thu sum, we are told, wili save two !ive8 until barveit. Keadrrs do j-m grasp this ? Five dollrtis of thnt wad of money you have been throwiog away ibis siun mer?f.>r ice-cream, sodaa (or m?ybe aomething stronger), cigirs, ao-1 such iike, or iu goiog to Jam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 20 September 1907

LOCAL MBNTION. Allcommur<tcati'>n? abould be addrewed to ? ? R. J. Baughman. of Baltimore. is visiting friends here this week. Mis* Carolyn Gunby left yesterday, for a ten days* viaic to Baltimore. Epworth League Social mcetstonight (Friday) with the Misses Hopkins. Misses Mury and Ida Lokey visited relatives at White Stone the past Mis3 Ada Baskctta, of Richmond, was recent guest of Mrs. O. R. Hop? kins. ._ Miss Cora Anderson, of Middlesex,' was guest of Mrs. W. J. Newbill this week. Baitlmore paftoM paid for ejrtca \<y L I-. Ycrby vv. BoO, Kiliuarnoek. Wm. T. Marsh, chairman of the county electoral board, was here yes? terday. _ Ed. Taylor, of Harrisburg, Pa., has been guest at home of A. P. Garner the past week. _ Mrs. Frank King return ed last week from an extended visit to North Caro lina and Norfolk. Miss Mabel Rilee spent a few days the past week with Miss Bessie Clay brook, at Kilmarnock. Among the recent sick, now improved, are Miss Emily Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 20 September 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank Dc Witt Talmatfe, D.D. !.os AagtAN, (:,: , Sept. IT..?Iu this Rerinon the ptOQCaafll1 shows that to the luau or tNMi wbo is livlng aright aud iu harmony with God's laws those laws are uo longcr a burden, but are trnnsformed Into a continual soug of eiioourasement. The text is Psalm cxlx. ."?4, -Thy statutes have been my songs In tho house of my pilgrimage." Never did sculptor's chisel create two statties of more opposite charao ter than are Michael Angelo's "Moses" aud "David." When you study these two wonderful tlKtwts lt does not seem posvjble tb^at the same humau brain oould conceivo U>th. They are differ eut as the storm cloud and the buu shlne. as the nuubling onrushing ava lancbe hreatclng loose from Its auchor age aud the bubbllng, laugbing, leap injr. h.sppy brook gurgling down the inountaiii side. They are different as the sbrieks and the groans of tbe car nnge of battle and the soft cooing lul labies of a motber roeking ber baby to a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 27 September 1907

JJirMtti (SitHtn WeeUyjoMMl Devoted to the luterests of iancasiet CwiytolPatticular; the Wcrthern Heck and Bappahannock Valley in General, and the Worid at Large Voltjme XVI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 27, 1907. NUMBEB 52. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Fotmerly 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, BALT1M0RE, HD, ii I'll Throw It Away If No One Will Have It." Did you ever feel like this or even say it about your gasoline engine when you conldn't get it to work? Well, its your fault. You appointed your^elf niachinist aud went to work. Now be reasonable. Steam engines go to rnachineshopa for repairs at least once a year. Ga6oline engiuee sbould do likewiae. We have a good muchiue shop at this point and we will make vou 8ay like you do wben it works good? "I Wouldn't Take $1,000 For It If I Cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 27 September 1907

iki j ?'??in CCitisctt. nmmtumjkTtc wkeri y. I Sat?r*4 in l r\ inirtoa F. O. ?* W daa* u-atter/ VA. CITJICM Pl 11MXIIIN** CO., n luisiii bbj. 8UBSUHIPT10N: $1 a ycar.i* advancr MY. R HiiWE. Orrirs MtHAGSB Al. c<iininin u-Mtior.s or Inixinoss lettMS ahoulri be addn aa*?J ko tlu> Vih?;inia Otizkn, Irvlug-toii, Va.. to rucvivu protupt attcntion. Vrlriay, N?*ptember27,1907. A SURVEY OF THE OYSTER SEASON. Tbousttiids of hiiaitl entered the Jamea at the begiatoting of oyater aea B??n, but today riittny of them have "cutoo-.'' The qtmlitj ia good but the seasoo'dcatih willbe 6mall there There aie qnautititsof amall oysters, of last )?Mt'a "strike," under the lawful 8i2>, and j.olice and inapectors ate ligidlyeuforcmg the cull law, occttsiuuing d.ily clashea. The rocks were worked last season by a atot neTer eo large before and pretty well cleaned of marketable oyatera. Theyoung of 1906, though not so pleutiful, have been cloaely guarded and will come ioto a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 27 September 1907

LOCAL MKNTION. Allcomatuntcationnahould beaddrvMed to M\l?UlKUvlTUE.N. It'MIIUtun, V*. Turner Dussells is attending Ran dolph-Macon College this session. Miss Fann* Blakemore, of Millen wck, is guest of Miss Eloise Towvll. Mrs. J. A. Cox and Miss Eva Lewis, of Byrdton, spent TfcUM&mj with Mrs Cy Cox. _ Misscs Edith Prcston and Madic Grif fith are visiting relatives in lower I castor this week. llnltimoiv pajfaag pajM rur ea^a ,,v ,, |, Yerby \ Soti, Kilmarnock. Mrs. E. L. Wilder and little son, Hun ter, of Fredericksburg, are visiting rel Htivos here this week. MissClaraV. Wilder, of this place, and MissOiah Lee Doggett. of WVems, are visiting in Norfolk. Mra. W. T. Barnett, who was called to Woodbcrry, Md., by the death of her sister, Mrs. Daly, has not yet returned. Mrs. J. T. Rilee and daughter, Miss Pearl, and Miss Nellie Ford left Satur day for Fredericksburg, the former two to viait relatives and the latlerto enter school. E. F. ~\ >mpson leaves today fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 27 September 1907

Cahrtage Sermon By Rev. Trink De Witt Tslmatfe, D. D. I.os An^vies. Cal.. Sept. 22.?The clalms of rhrist to the houiage of. all raees and i:II times us a divlne being and the treatest of teacbers are elo queutly preseuted iu this serinou from the text .lolin vii, -iti. "Never man spake Hke tlii.s inau." What a stntnue world this is! As soon ns a n >\eUy eeases to be a novel ty we loo'; tipoti it ns qulte common plnee. What onev aroused our admira tlon and enthusiasm is now consldered oue of the ordinnry, prosaic lncideuts of everydny life. We marveled not long ngo at the revolving wheel of the horseless oarrhtge along our l>oule vards. whkh made thousands of pedes trinn* line tbe curbstonea with lntereat. But that "ntuo days' wonder" soon eame to an end. Now we grumble at the speed Hmit of the automobile. ap ply opprohriuus epltheta to the chauf feur aud cross the street ln fear and trembling lest one of these onrushlng macbines burl os Into eternlty without n ...

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

itmnm Weekly Journal Devoted to the l&<erests of Lancasiet Cuni? in Particulat; ilie Wonhern Wecfc and Rappahannocfc Yailey in General, and the World at Large VOLUME XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1907. NUMBEB 1. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Fotmerly with Sttuven & Wacket) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and CoR.mission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDBR1CK STREET,,_BALTIMORE, MD. 'Tll Throw It Away If No One Will Have It." Did you ever feel like thia or even say it about your gasoline engine when you couldn't get it to work? Well, its your fault. You appcinted youraelf ruachinist and went to work. Now be reaaonable. Steam eoginea go to machineahops for repaira at leaat once a year. Gaaoline engioes ahould do likewiae. We have a good machine shop at tbis point and we will make vou say like you do when it works good? "IWouldn'tTake $1,000 For...

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

OR1HOCRATIC WEEKLf. IBateredin IrrlnrtonP.O.uMc!rmmatter.l VA. CITIZEN Pl'BLlHHINtt CO., llltltMims. SUBSCRIPTION: $1 a year.in advance W. R. ROWE. Orrica Mahaorh. Al. communicationa or bualnefw laHtM ahouM bo addnwaed to the Vikoinia Cmmt, Irvinjjtoii, Va,, to rcceive prompt att*n Frlday, October 4, 10O7. SOME THINGS WE ARE YET TO DO. Tbe wonderful renourcea of the Northern Neck have beeu recounted time and again?in fact, ?o much taUed about that our people are taking the bouutira of Qature as their natnral des-rta and beritago. When recounted it does not uiaL-e the impreasioo upon us that it does upon the outsidn world, hardlj any part of wbich within ordioary ken can fqaal this gpot in Virginia. A ealiue atutosphere that is com paratively free of both malaria and moequitoes; with fish, oyatera, crabs and clatii8 in their seasont; garden truoks and melons as early as the Norfolk section produces, aud grain crops that are by no means iudif ferent; an abundance of small fruita both ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 October 1907

LOCAL MflNTTON. All oomraunlcatiorm should be *ddn??ed to be Vikuinia Jitizcn. Irvimcton. Va. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at home of Mra. E. W. Long. Mrs. A. N. Trible, of Philadelphia, is on a visit to Mrs. R. S. Mitchell. Ladiea stormed the Parsonageyester day?quarterly parronage meetinjr. Miss Adel Lewis. near Fisherman, is guestof Miss Estelle Grifhth this araak, Miss Kati George, of Bertrand, is guest of her sister, Mrs. A. James, jr. Ilnltimoro prloes paid f<?r vkh? l?y L L Yithy & Son, Kilmarnock. Misses Lizzie and Nannie Watson, of Chatham, Va., are visiting Mrs. E. F. Garner. Calvin Brewington, of Pinners Point, Va., is visiting his parental home here this wee'.K. Misses Lucy and Josie Lee. of White Stone, are visiting their father, W. K. Lee, this week. Misses Leah and Ava Willing left last week for a visit to Norfolk and the Exposition. Among the reeent sick, now improv ing, are I. J. Heath, Riley Heath, Mrs. J. C. Townsend. In the rush last issue ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 October 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank Dc Witt Talmatfe. D. D. los Augeles. Cal.. Sept. 29.?Ia tbis serenaa the paaaeaar ahowi that there are criscs ln every life which, like a revelatlon of the unseon. teaca lessons that sheaM aeTor be Igaored or forgot teu. The text ls II Ooctathklil xli, 3, "1 kr.ew sueh a nian (whetBBT lu tlie tKHly or out of tha bod* I eannot tell; God kaaareth)." A frlend of inine was sune tinie ngo readiug that Eaeclaating book of Fran ees Hodgvon Bfarnttt eutitleil "The Oue I Knew Beet of All," nnd for a long time he did BOt know that the beroine of rhe OOOfc aud tlie author were one. He (Otlewed tlie little girl step bf step ?s she grew up until tbis fnet suddenly dawned upon him. "Why." he said. "Mrs. Buruett ls wrlttng the afcstory of her own life." Tho aaaae tact is true about the auto htngraphlea ef CharJaa Dickens and Thom.is Boghes aud Lord Byron and Thonias Do Quineey. When you read "l>avid <"onportield" you are readiug, with nn added tou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 October 1907

trmwet (Eiitetn. VOLUME XVII. WeeHy Joumal Devoted to the Interests of lancasiei Ccunty in Particular; the Northem !teclt and RappahannocK Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1907. NUMBEB 2 CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formetly with Struven & Wac-ker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACH1NISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who want a large and absolutely reliable houae to handle tbeir Baltimore shipuients should ship to GEO. A- ALBAUGH & CO., 222 LIGHT STREET WHARF, BALTIMORE, MD. We can get you the top market pricea at all timea. We handle Fiah, Crabs, Terrapins, Game, etc. SHA.L> A 8PECIA.L1TY. RBKKKENCK; Cltlien National llank Establlshed 18?9. Refer to ] ^H^SSSTUSSm OUR BPECIALTIES: IFrixits a.xxcL ^SZeg:etaJbles, IPoioJLtry, Live Stock, EgTgTS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 October 1907

JEa'eluyhii {firtera. ORMOCRAT1C VIUIT, ! Boter?dtulrvlnirtonP.U.iM>Sdclt?Mnii<it r | VA. C1TIKEN Pl IM.ISMIN.. CO.. PU1I1.ISHKKS. SUBSCRIPTION: $1 a year. in *dvance W. R ROWE. OrKica Makaubb ai. ?oaaaaaafaaaaaM or tmsinew laetaaa ?bould bvaddrvsscd to thu Vikoima Citizkh, Irvioaton, Va.,to receivc i?romi>t attenti->n. Frlday, October 11, 1007. OUR TWOCENT RAILROAD FARES. When QotetBar Swanson "took the bull by tbe horn*," and secured a two cent rHilio.id rate effective Octuber first, be did not only the people of the State a serrice but the railroad8 alao. A* for the people, bad the Governor couaeuted to await a long-drawu-out case in tbe courta they would hare been deprived two \ears or more of what they belie?e due theoi on the same footiug with other States. Thongh the niatter will finally be deiermined by tbe courta, and may poaaibly be deciued against tbe two-ceut rate, aa ;u Peunaylvania, still the people will have been eaved mach ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 October 1907

LOCAL MENTJQN. All eommuDtcattona should be addreased to he VlKOIMlA ClTIZEN. IrVtOKtOD. Va. Thos. J. Dix is having his house freshly paintod. _ Monday next is Heathsville court. Our editor expects to attend. Registrar C. C. James sat S^iurday in Irvington registering voters. Capt. Rufus Milligan, the well-borer, was here and Urbanna tho past week. Haltimorc prices paid for etftfa by L. L. * erby A Son, Kilmarnock. Bud Broadus. of Warsaw, spent th past week with his uncle, Geo. W. Sanders. Among the recent sick, now im proved, are, Walter Mason, F. H. Wilshin. _ Mrs. J. W. Haydon and Mrs.'A. J| Hamilton were in Baltimore the past week. F. G. Newbill make a flying trip to Baltimore, Lynchburg and Richmond the past week. _ W. R. Rowe left last night for Rich? mond as one of the receiving committee to Hon. W. J. Bryan. Bnoourajre home enterprtae and buy your luoaber of W. H. Jesne. Litwaltou. Lancaster Co. Material the beat. prices )ow, bifr f reijrhte i*r?d. _ Little Annie James left ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 October 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D.D. l-os Hairtaa, Oal, %<-t. <;.- iu tids serruou the preacher plcturvs life aa a journey and the world as a great tem porary camping ground :md shows what prepnratimis and pr<>cautioua are necessary to avoid its snnres aud plt falls. The text is Luke ii, 44, "Weut a day'8 Journey." Iu oldeu titncs man could live with less eVapendence than now on his fel low men. Yet there wera eertaln neees sities lt was impenttiw for him to take along wben be weut oa a long jouruey. So essential wara tfaeaa neocssities that no man in tha aaat cvor broke away from civilization uutil he had first made sure th.it he had them all along, for when tha home cities had once been left behlnd the bills and the Jour nay had eomm?ip?l there was no way of proeuring these neceesities. Tbus In Palestine. when a caravan or a party of travHers were about to Journey from one region into another region and go through a wilder...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 October 1907

Weekly Jourcal De?otef to tte '.nt?rest; cf lanceyu Cnrt) 11 Pamcuiai. it;e Hotiiitui Nscfc anil Rappahannock Vaffey in General, and the World at Large VOLUMK XVII. IBV1NGTON, V1RG1K1A. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1907. NuMBEB 3. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHiNISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. j Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET.,_BALT1MQRE, MD. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS VVho want a large and absolutily reliable house to handle tbdr Baltimore shipments ahonld ahip to GEO. A. ALBAUGH & CO-, 222 IilGHT STREET WHARF, BALTtMOKK, MD We can get you tbe top inarket pnces at all timee. Wc handle Fiah, Craba, Terrapins, Gatne, etc. SHA.O A 8PEOIALTY. ukkkhkmk: cin.-en n*ti<>h.i iiwnk EsLblisbed 1869. IWtr U>\?3tfZ?g?nlJS2L OUR SPECSALTfiES: 2Fr\iits and Vegetables, IPoialtry, JLiize JBtocb:, EfiTg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 October 1907

f?*<to<;it*TfC vilKl.t; 1 Kntt?rt-lin IrvlactoDl'.U.aiiftlvlaiWT VA. CITIZEN ri'BLIftlllXU to-, Hl Hl.ISHKKS. HUB8CHIPTION: #1 a year.i i a.'varo W. B ROWE. OrricB Mamaobb. Al. comrviinicntioris or baataMM lftter "liouli! be >(<MrcnH?-?i totht? ViKnixuCiTi/.RN, Irvlnirton. Va..t?) ttrcm protnpt attentlorj. ^rtday, October 18, 1?U7. BRTTER WEAR OUT THAN RUST OUT. That'a our uiotto whm chided for trying to do too mucb. Honeetly, we had n '.Ler live a |jfe of only 50 years and be useful to othera, our community and oureelvea, than to drawl out 75 years iu du nothing atvle, dying a non^nity, of little uje to othera ani the community and only having gratified a aelfiah indulgeoce in "taking things eaay." Loafiog has tbegreatest abhorrence to us; u would be ihe most irkeome thing we could undertake. Mat. Diakt-8 up most of the beds he lies 10 here below, yet nature has done out thinj? towards one uian'a liviDg and another thing towardaanolher ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 October 1907

LOCAL MKNTION. All comnj'io'oations should t* nddrt^sed U ?o ViaaiMiA v,'itize!?. Trvinjrtor inirton. Va. Mrs. Mary Jane Irvingis visiting rela tives in Baltimore. Mrs. W. L. Messick is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. Bussclls, in Norfolk. L. B. Simmons was towirg raftp with his gasoline boat on upper Rappahan? nock last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bryant and little daughter, Edith. were visiting in Balti? more this week. Mr.-. B. S. Hammonds and thre? children are on a two weeks' visit to relatives in Gloucester county. L. E. Mumford, of Cape Charles, visited the Mumford chain of banks in the Ncrthern Neck last week. S. B. Griffith attended State Council, Jr. O. U. A. M., at Jamestown this week as delegate from Irvington Coun? cil. Mrs. John Pritchett has returned to her home in Baltimore, after spending two weeks with relatives here and Re hoboth Church. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene George, Mrs. J. S. Church and little son, Everett, Misses Ruby Smith and Leah Willing visited the Exposition th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 October 1907

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Fr.ink Pc Witt Talmatfe. D. D. Los Angoios. <al.. Oct LS. mon is an tuiswer t<? tho possimists who ;m> gtoontlty pNdtettag the de eline of Christian ci\ilizJition and shows that tbe i-oiiqucring forcos of the fiiUh WttN ncvcr k strong as now. The texf Is S<il<>mon*s Song vl, 10, "Terrlble as an ariny with banncrs." One of the enslost charnctcristics to develop ls a gonius for looklng upon the dark side of lifo. If the human soul will porsist i:i duHling in the dark cavefus Uy day It will not be very long before it will go forth to seek its fooil by night. The:i it will think that all bumau bettMOl liave the depraved natsire of tho bal and the coyoto. Theu it will got tho awftl habit of looking for the bnnerfectkuM in tbe lives of ruen ratlu'- than fot their virtues and their cxoolleuoios. lVople who rejoica In the wenk nesses of their ncighbors are apt to glory In tba unperfeetfona of any nota b...

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