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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 October 1907

ttmnm (BiiHm Weekly Journal Devoied to the Irteresls of tancastet County in Particulai; the Northern Neck and Rappahannocit Valley in General, and the World at Large VOLUME XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907. NUMBEB 4, CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. j Brokers and Commission Meichants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRAB8 Who want a large and absolutely reliable honse to handle their Baltimore shipments should ahip to GEO. A. ALBAUGH & CO., 222 L1GHT STREET WHARF, BALTIMORE. MD. We can get you the top market prices at all times. Wc handle Fish, Crabs, Terrapins, <tame, etc. 8H&D A 8PE(;ULTV. KKKKIfKNtK: Cltlaen N?tlon-l Hnnk Establistaed 186?. We. ^SnSJSSSTlJSSL OUR 8PECIALTIES: 2Fr\xits a.nd Vegetables, ^oialtry, Live Stock, ^JEgg&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 October 1907

*fo itisro. MMOCftATIC WKKKIY. i Eatorediu Irvlntrton F. O.an 2d cta^Muat ter.i TA. CIT1ZEN PIBLISHINW COM l'l III.ISIIKKS. 8UB8CUIPTION: $1 avear.tn advance W. R ROWE. OrricR Manaubr. Al. oomntiiiiK'HtliHift Of business letter* should !><? acoreased t.>in.> \ [mqinlai itizkn li v liijcion. \ a..to raeetvi i>mmpt aUenttoo, Prlrtny. October 3AJ, 1?>I>7. Our child-readers will doubtle88 recall some months ?go an article in this paper from "His Nibs" on the wild-pigeon rOBBBi of McKean county, ENrBBBflvaaia. . A recent writer iu a nnrthrrn pfriodical la iu?ut8 the llaagat** of these benuti ful and toothsnne birda and shows how law, if eiiito'ed promptly, would h*ve saved ili<- billiona of wild pigeous aud left a liveiibood to those among their htunts Thirty years ago wila i.igeonrt wnf found by the tnilli.itm ia Pwcttr, Warreu, McKean aud Cameron countits, Pennsylvani*. and in Chemuug. Steuben and A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 October 1907

LOOAL MKNTIOW AIIoommuoications should K> addrcoaad be Vr-aiBiAviTizEM. Irvmaton. Va. Miss Lilly Brewington is visiting her friend,Miss BerthaChristian, in Norfolk. Griffin Garner, of steamer Potomac. stopped off at his home here one tri[; last week. Mrs. A. James, jr., and two small childrer are visiting r.'ati.vs at Lan? caster Courthouse this ? Mrs. R. S. Mitchell and little son. Gunyon, and Mrs. Pnpl Norfolk Friday and Saturday Laafc. Mrs. F. C. Rockrnd'itlleson, Elliott, of Village, are visiting the lady's brother, R. H. Hudson, al Uiis place. Mrs. E. F. Garner returned Monday from Charlottesville, where she attend ed the missionary meeting of the M. E. Church. South. Haltimoiv aarteea paM t ? L. L. Ycrhy ,5; Son, Kilin.irnock. Rev. E. J. Richardson, Fiejd Secre? tary of the Anti-Saloon League, spent several days here this week tha guest of Dr. Geo. H. Oliver. Messrs. F. G. Newbill, W. McD. Lee and Lewis Burke and Dr. W. J. Newbill were in Essex Monday attend ing cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 October 1907

Cahnage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Wi'? Ts1ma0e. D. D. Ia>8 Angeles, Cal., Oct. 20.?That the beaviest sorrows and trials of life mny be transformed Into tbe greatest splrlt ual blessiugs if, iustead of giving way to hopeless depression. we show fortl tude by the faithful performance of our daily duties is the teaehing of this sermou. Tbe tert is Jobu xxl, 3, "I go a-fishlng." A great tragedy seems to associate itself with the scene Iu which it took place. If we wltu^as a railroad colli sion or a cerriage accldent or a traglc death of any klud we cannot pass the place in whleh It occurred without hav? ing the sad eveut recalled to the inem ory. Especially Is this the case when the tragedy involved the death of one we loved. If you Uved in another part of the couutry, would you not at Out want to go home and stay among the home Bcenes and try to blot out the hideous speetacle wuiob you had been compelled to witness? Well, that Is Just what Feter and some of the dls ciples dld ...

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

itwa Weekly Journal Devotea to the Interests of Lancaster Cotnty in Particuiar; liie Nortliem Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large Volume XVII IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER J. 1907. Ntjmbeb 5. CIIAS. M. SMJVEN & 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. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who want u large aud absolutely reliable house to handle their Baltimore shipments should ship to GEO. a. albj^tjgkh: & CO-, 222 L.1GHT STREET WHARF, We can get you the top market prices at all times. We haudle Fish, Crabs, Terrapins, Game, etc. J3HA.D A 8PECI A-IjTY. KEKK.uKMK; 1 Itlseo Nation*) llHitk Eatabllshed 1860. Ref? r to\.^^?g^A^is. OUR 8PECIALTIES: 2Fr\xits a.ndL Yegetables, Foxxltry, Live Stock, EfiTSS? VLTool and Frogrs. HIGHB8T PRICES. ...

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

iliu l ? :7ia tritt?*n? OB^IOCR.->T1C WEEHfY. iUnteredlti Irvmrton P.O.aa2dci*r*i YA. rm/EN PrBLIAIIIX* CO., 8UB8CRIPTI0N: #1 a year.ln artvwice W. R ROWE. Orricx Maha<ikb. Al. commtiiiicationa or buaiMMs letften akould bc avklreaaed tothe Vikqiki a i'i Irv iiiKtoti. Va.. to rtjooive pmiujit atti ntlosu Frltlay, November 1, ??07. POOR CHARLIE LEWIS! liroken la health, brokpu iu pocket ?a physicnl and BaattfjijU wreck? the spirit that af .m ? time led his fellows for good nnd iruprovetnent in the Northern Neck, and later fell iuto uiiafortuue atid putaiblf crime, is after some eight years of contine H?ent iu tbe peoifeeatiary, ooce more a free man. No, not exactlj;he must uot again during his life, which aufcuraahort. put his foot within the bordera of Richmond, Nortbumber lund or Wcotuiorclaud conutiee. This iaoue of tbe conditions upon which our kiud-heaiUrd Governor pardoued the ft-eble man who had served but little more than tbe half of his fifteen years' se...

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

LOCAL MENTION. All oommuntcattona ahould bcaddttaaed to he Vihqinia Oitixe :. Irvinxtvu. Va. Election day next Tuesday. Dr. L. M. Irving is in Baltimore this week. Howard O. Rock spent Saturday and Sunday in Norfolk. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at home of Mrs. J. T. Rilee. Baltimore price* paid for egyaj by L. L. Verby & Stni, Kilmarnock. Capt. A. J. Hamilton is having a metal rojf put on his dwelling. Jos. Heath, of Maryland, is on a vis'* to his son, I. J. Heath, at this place. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Dyke are visiting Mrs. Dyke's relatives in Essex. Among the recent sick now improved are: Mrs. T. J. Willing, Mrs. B. L. Willing. Don't put ofT voting next Tuesday until the afternoon. Vote early, and then you can stay out late. Howard O. Rock and Will Willing caught 19 black bass at Lancaster Rol ler Mill's pond one day recently. Mrs. S. P. Simmons, Miss Mary Sim mons, and Arthur Messick left Wednes? day for Norfolk and the Exposition. Kncourage home enterprlse and buy ...

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

Sertr.011 By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmice. D. D. Los ftaajaiaa, QaL. Oct *J7.-in this ?araaoaj tbe haafaalj eapitaJ nud its nttructions iire prosoutod iu a new aapaet, nud st. JohaVa AeacrtpcJoa re eeives a realistie nnd beautiful Inter pietation. The text is Kevelntion xxi, 30, "The leugth and the breadth and tbe height of it are aqaaaL" A inan's rtafOM or hloaiisms or uieu tnl slmllitudes inevltnhly take upon themselves tlie fonus and colorlngs and characters of his physical sur roundiugs. Wlieu Pharaob dreamed his dreauis lie did not ha\e rapturous rovehitious of the coming graudeurs of a Patalaa capital. Ile caught no gUaapaa of tbe fatnn gtorlaaoC Athens, Roana, Bartfea, London, st. Petersburg or New Y?>ik. Ile M? a vision of his own paatQK Uuada aad of bis own river Nilo. f!<>\\ iti>r past his palace door. Ile saw his own cattle and his owu arhaattVflda. Hia dreams were of taruilinr sconcs. The pecullarity was in what those familiar ob...

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

Weekl^JoumaljeYoteil to ihe tr*erests of Lancasm Ccur.ty iis Particular; ilte Horthern Meck and Happahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Utge Volume XVII. IBVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FBIDAY, NOVEMBEB 8, 1907. NCMBEB G. CHAS. M. STRIVEN & CO., (Formetly 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.,_BALT1M0RB, MD SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who want a large and abaolntely reliable houBe to handle tfereir Baltimore shipments shonld sbip to GEO- A- ALBAUGH Sc CO-, 222 L1GHT STREET WHARF, BALTIMUKE, MD. We can get you the top market prices at all times. Wc handle Fiah, Crabs, Terrapina, Garae, etc. SHAI> A. SPEC/lALTY. RRKEBKN? K: Cltlun Nittlon*! Umik Eatabliahed 1869. K.fc. ^SSXSSJSSS^IJSSL OUR SPECIALT1ES: IFrixits and Vegetables, I*o\xlt:ry, Live Stock, l?gg&9 'Wool a.ncl Frogs. HKi...

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

iTur^.i' T-^en. ,u'^'?i a < ri< WBKK l Sataredln tr>.t ir , :! r.O. ?? 2?? c?ass matUr.l fA. OTIZEN Pl'BLISIIlM* CO., 81TBSC1UPTION. |1 a year,*R acHance W. R ItOWE Officr Manaokr. Al. <-ommii<ii<-ntions or bastl rbouid beaddreaaed totbeTiaai . Irvtnartoa. V?w, to noeive pro ^rlrtay, Novcmber 8, 1907. Said Qra. Joeepb Recd, of R*vo lutionnry fsrae?'1 ein ?>ot worth pnrchasinu; but auch as 1 am the KfUfof (Irtat ELiUtn u not rich ?-uougb r.? do it." Hn* true the 15 v parr "f it ia kboot mmy in po!i tic>, but hu-v ftr ibori tbe closa is applicablt! iWkht for leaa tlian a "me88 of pottrt^e."' Keep your eye on Toni Jobnson, of Ofcio?now full grown Preaidea ti.nl timber IVeident Rooaevelt K-ht hid etrou^Ptt Buck-eye, Con k<<^in?inHU Burton, to pat Totn ont of t Ptiera*?and pot pnt out of agood ("? Bttetatofe*] job, be did. We BUKBMDII editorial spnc;' this iasii.? to the game law...

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

LOOAL . :T!(!N. A\loommuQloat<ona.hou)d ?>;>*?)<! rea?i?d U he ViRuixiA v'itizkm. Irvinaton. Va. F. A. Junby and Jetr D. Ashburn are in Norfolk this week. Mrs. M. J. Parron, of Essex county. is guest of Mrs. W. J. Newbill. Chairman Lce is attending Gloucester court this week on oyster affa Mr. and Mrs. W. \V. Alli?^n left Tuesday for an extended trip north. llalf im.M-c fJttOM p-il I '???? ?? .'?:?* '?? I . ' Loyola Leland, trav- man, spent from Saturday uritil Wednesday at hi?5 home here. Mrs. Frank Kjng left Wednesday morningfora visit toher ptlVBtaJ home in North Carolina. Capt. A. J. Morgan, of Norfolk, is here gunning and visiting "t the home of James Ashburn. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Forivst, of Bal? timore, visited the lady's mother, Mrs. T. J. Willing, this week. Mrs. M. L. Cunningham. of Fre derick, Md., is visiting her nicve, Mrs Geo. H. Oliver, at this place. Mrs. F. A. Gunby was called to Palmer Tuesday by the illness of her daughte...

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

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage. D. D. I.os Ar.jjeles, (al.. Nov. 3.?In this sermon the preneher shows how inan inu.v rlso to the liighcst spiiltual dig nity nnd unlversnl honor by livlng in harmony with the divlne will and by showing love and kindnees toward his fellow men The text Is I Peter 11, 17, "Houor nll men." There are three givat sourees of knowledge. Thmgli Uie intellectual reservoirs may bt vtdl aud deep, yet for the most p;irt they are ted froni the waters of three stroams, which, like pure, apaifcltng fonntaius bubbliug out of the mountain-s of perpetual youth, MVtf situn to !<>. e their streugth or to exhaust tlieir source. The first strcam of education is that whleh we reeeivo froin the old homestead. Thoagtl we iuuy live ou to our three* score years aud ten and our hair be coine white as giww, ye* what our mothers aud fathers taught us contln ually recurs to the mlud with new sig liifleanee. The secoud stivaui of knowledge foniPB f...

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

inia VOLUME XVII . Weekly Journal Deuoied tc ffr eu of tancesif i Cttrty ir Particclat; ;!;e Hcrtht.ru Nack and Bappahannocn Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1907. NUMBEB ? . CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formeiiy with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHiNISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOL.ESALE GROGERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Msrchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREBT.,,_^__ BALTIMORE, MD. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who *ant u large aud abaoiotely reliable l.ouae to handle their Baltimore ihipuaeata ahould ehip to GEO. A. ALBAUGH & CO., 222 L1GHT STREET WHARF, BALTIMOBR, Z? D. We can gct you the top inarktit pnces at all tuues. We h^cdle Fish, Crabs, T -, f'ume, etc. SH \l> A 8P15C1\LT\". Bt B>i ? Ulaan K. tlou:! H?i?U Eotabllohod 1SG0. OUR 8PECIALTIE81 ]Frvtits and IZegetables, FoiAltry, LiTre ? toclx., *H,ggs&9 *Wool a&...

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

jtfo Hi '-n> gitttm iaK?f?MiaraTlo wfkkly. leBBj irvuuro.n B.OXaeaaeBoaaMMenl ? \. riTI/.EN ri'ItblsiilNu ('O., I'l IU.ISMKKS. SUB6UUIPTIOM: $1 a year.n ,.iv?? W. R ROWE. OrriCB Manaoor .iAI*./.*<"n",,'.",U'",i,)M'* ?> BeOtaBOl letu-rw MiouW beNddrotmd totheViauiai iCitizkh Irvin?-to:i. \ :i.. to rooelve prompt utttntion. FrtiiHi, Novcmhcr 10, H?07 RIL1N' OVER. Now what do v>? ihiuk of tLat! The Sachetii ?>f the \V;irsaw NcWt crawl8out?.f but thi.i <skin ono more to taaahaal IheCm/K.v. Iu a two-coluinu editorial he Ubors hard to poniard us for eynipathiziog witb poor Charlie L*wis and becanse we are glad he was pardoned. And this in the face of tbe fact that some of ihe Sachem's own politicai bed felloHs have been uyitiK their all firedest, for a fee of couree, to get him pardoned. 'J'oo had they could n )t eucceed where others did. Poe 8ibly this is the QeaSfl of much of tbe s^leeu. We ooght not to notice th. Baeheea...

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

LOOAL MENTIQ N. AllcomumolcatlonBRhouldbcH ldressvd to bw VmaiaiA v-'itizen. Irvington. Va. James Stroup, of Braddock. Pa., is here spet.ding vacation. Capt. W. L. Mcssick and E. F. Thompson were in Baltimore the ; week. Monday is Lancaster court. The Citizen editor and assistant will be on hand (D. V.). Mr. and Mrs. Amstetd Taylor. Ifiao Estelle GrifTith and Will Willing are at the Exposition this week. Hulttmore OCtBOl pftftl for egS* I'.v I.. I.. Yerby & Son, Kllraarnook. Elijah Davis and family last week moved to Rehoboth Church, where they will make their future homo. Miss Bessie Callis left Friday for a visit of a few weeks to her sistcr, Mrs. E. H. Daniel, in Washington. Mrs. J. S. Church and children have returned to their home in ('? iin., after spending two months with tives here. Among the recent sick now imj are: Mrs. L. II. Rilee, Mrs. M. H. Wilder, Misses Blanche Hammor.ds and I Rilee. _ Misses Gladys Riiee and Edith George are at Saluda attending the bedsi...

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

.1 Calmag Sertraora By Rev. Frank De Wltt Talmage. D. D. Lea nBgrlaa. CBL. Not. 10.?1b this aaaaaoa we learn the great and Big eplritaal tratfa that Ah forceiuent eonies to ;ill wbo in tbo erisis of life place their trust ln God aud do their duty eheerfully and faitb fully. ThO te\t is tooJah lli. 12. "The God of loraeJ \vi!l bo your rereward." An old oiaeer oald to me some time agas ^Thooga the Aetatbi <>f tighting may chnugo. yet. after all. tho great fonnatlons of bottle lines from time haooaaoartal aare beea pra<ticnlly the same. Tho battlee ol tho eivll war were ?porlmciao of thi* fc'inntion. First coiues tbo forward line of sklr inishers. These eberpebootera are scat tered obrood Bbottl S00 jrarda in front of the inaiu bodj of men. These aro the oieo who spy out tbe land and ro eelve the lirst ottacfc and ^ivc the maia troopo time t<> prepare tor nction. Then eooaao the main llne of battle. Shoul der to oboalder tbe soldle...

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

itwa Weekly Jourr.al Devcteri to lhe inietesu c) lancasiet Cctinty it Patiicular; i!;e Wenhern Keck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the Worid at large VOUTMK XVII IBVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOYKMRER 22, 1907 NUMBEB 8, CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Foimerly with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY MACHiNISTS' SUPPLiES. WHOLESAL.E GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Comarissioa Merchanis for MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OiL. 114 S. FREDERiCK STREET., __ BA.LIIMORB, MD. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who w;int a lar abaolately reliable ik;usc to haudle their Balttmore shi^ im nld ahip to GEO. A. ALBAUGH & CO-, 222 L1GHT STREET WHARF, l* 1LT1UOBR, HI>. We can getjoo tbe top market ? all times. Wo handte L'i^li, Ow . ?, ?tc. SII Vl> ii ftPRPft ALTf. ,,: * ll,?*n NaMon^i l-.'i.i* _ ,, r . > Liti/.i iib' Natloual Hank EntaMishotl I86t. r l(Ma>5?i Meraaatlla -V OUR SPECIALTIES: ^r\xits stnci ^SZe^etaJbles,...

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

?fci \-i m,i (CUbcn, ft?*OOR*TIC WEEKLY. |Bater?dln IrviiiKton P.O.m Sdclaaaamit.-r.; VA. PITIZEN Pl BLISHINU cfc, I" Hl IsiikKH. 8UBSUHIPTION: ?1 a yc*r Jn e4?*Jeao W. R RGWE. Oppick Manacbb. .k*7. ,i .V .".,ni,,nt on" or businojw hmil Irv ItnrUm. \ ?.. to rtvviv,- |.n?m,,t al tontiun. Prliln?, Novembor 1212. U>07. THE STATK'S OYSTER INTKREST. In couioienting on the rcport of the attempt hy d-prtdatora to cripple the otater nuvy tho Kiehmond Tiau-e-Diepateh taja andtr iheabove caption: "It no doubt rcfloctedthe curses loud aaaiaaep arhiefc tha oyster thievesutter against any interferenee with their depredations. Of all the predatory wealth-hunters that exist in this coun? try, there are none more peedaeeoaa than the average oysU-rman, on State lands. It is said in the oyster countrv that the laws, ineflicient and unsatis factory in themselves, are mocked at by the oystermcn. The natural rock, wh>ch n.eans the accumulation of oysters on the bottom of the river ...

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

LOUAL MKNTIPN. All conarnuntc&t lofl* ehoulri be addrv? he VlRQlKIA ClTIZfcN. H. JeterHaydon. of I'rbanna. H this week. Miss Minnie Carnor was at the position the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rilee and little son spcnt Sunday in Urbanna. Notice the date on your addrcsslabol, and if behind send in your dollar. Kpwortb Leaguo Social tonight (Fri day) at the homc of W. MeD. Lce. BaltiMore prieea paM (??? i.. L?| Yorliv A So.i. Kilmarno.-k. Miss Lilly Brewington spent a few days with Miss Julia Ruck, at Weems, the past wook. Whar dat Thanksgivio' turkey? Ughl Peeca to me ea will hab to fall back on possum. Will Willing and William Wise have goneto Baltimore and Norfolk, respcct ively, for cmployment. Mrs. E. L. Wilder and little son. Hunter, of Fredericksburg, arrivod Tuesd.iy to visit rolativrs. if you want dwatUags. eatircfc ription buill write to W, H, ? itei county un Jamao M. Wilder U-.t this wook for a few months' stay on the ocean side of Accomac. where he and others...

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

Cahnage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Wltt Talmajfc. D. D. i.os Aaajelaa, cai., Not*. 17.?iu theae taaaaa ef oaaaetal aUatavaavaea the preaeber In tliis sermou shows us many reusons for thnnkfulncss, which eome to all nteii and which panlcs and business disaster canuot take away. The text la Job t\, 3, "Doth the wild ass bray when be hath grass or low eth tho ox ever his foddcr?" Beaae people have ? fulse reputation for betnaj good aatavad that they may aaaQy aaae. No man eaa be eontuiently proiionneotl Bjoed natnred uutil he has been testod bj adversity. No credit ls due to a proapiroaia man for not coni plainlng. If when he is poor and un fortunate and atek be does uot coni plain, tben he bas givcn proof of the streugth and awaetnaai of his charac ter. His true nature Is showu not when be is baaklBg in the sunshlne, but when lie is Aehecjed by the stortn. It is reali.v rareaJed aol when condi tlons nre gotag the way he wishes, but when all his desires aaeCB to be thwart ed and he is eOO...

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