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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 November 1907

xrgittia Weekly Joutnal Devoled to the Intetestt ol Lancasiei Cciinh in Pariicuiar; tne Horthern Week and Rappahannocfc Ifalley in General, and the World at Large Vomjme XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1907. NUMBEB 9. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formeily with Struven & Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLES&LE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Broksrs and Commisuon Msrchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Wbo want a large and absolutely reliable house to handle their Baltimore shipments ahonld ship to GEO. A. ALBAUGH & CO., 222 L1GHT STREET WHARF, , BALTIMOKK, Bll>. We can gct you the top n prioee at all times. We handle Kiah, Orab3, Terrnpins, Game, etc SH \1> A 8PBIM Vl.TY. kki kkkn? V: ?'iti*ea Natianii Hank Establlfthed 1869. Kefcr to | *Sfi??8Sfik?m& OUR SPECiALTieS: :Fr\xits axxd. Vegetables, Fouiltry, Live StocI*:, JEgr&s, Wool 3lx\?? F^rogrs 1I...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 November 1907

v iu k'.i^.ta (ntutn. ..Itn Irvington P.O.aa Sriciaaamatter.] VA. CITIZKN PIBLIS1IINU CO.. FUHI.I.SIIKRS. 8UB8CRIPT10N: $1 ayear.ia aovunce W. R KOV?'E. Orrica Mana.uk Al. eomuidnleatlona or buaiuesa lettera ehould tx'acidrt-saed to the Vihuinia Citizkn, Irvington. Va..U> receive prompt attention. Friday. Novembcr 2?. 1007. "Criminal wastkpulniss," aa a.?plifd by President and press to the onslaught upon our f.?resta, is good. How that tertn should atrike home to us Virginuni when look ing at our liab and oyster iudustnes! For generatiuus we took from our waterc tbe uiyriuds of uy#ters and, through lack of thought or perapi oacity, returned uothiog in the na ture uf seed or seed catchers BOff even the time producing sbell; when we fuuud that shella were rapid money produeers only theu did we gi?e bdck to the bottoms a little re turn. We have be?.n taking without reatraiut tiibea big and little, the Ittter atterlj uaeleas and thrown upou the shorea or dead upon the watera, juat be...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 November 1907

LQOAL M )N. AllcomcaanUalinn* ?V'ou'O 1>oh I i B,. Jam Y.t ia visitin-; irte home ol' I mby. V. I. A. will meet ;;t Dr. & Oliver's o night ae 7:W a'alo llaltiiiMrc prii?? l.. I . Yrrti.v A- Son K i'lii.ii ,:<><k. Mrs. Croaief Pittingal haareturned to her home here from an i \tended visit in Richmond. J. T. Rttee and H. O. Roek were in Baltimore last week. Gitberl afaBWHJ is in that eity this v. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilshin, of Norfolk. are visit injr relatives here this week while on their honeymoon. Mr. anil Mrs. Howard Gallagaer and little chilil, ofWarsaar, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Sand ra n sar fa bed t<> thi U, B. Geodetic aking this placa work in this b fCtio*. . i j *iam ? v, , ii. ? : i, V*. Ks Rev. aad Mrs. W. J. Williams and children. of the Ifethodiat Conference. spent Tuosday night with the family of O. R. Hopkina. % - Mrs. J. Frank Jones, of Colonial Beacfy is on a two weeks' visit here to son and daaghter reepectively, Irving F. Jones and Mr...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 November 1907

V Calmage Sermcvn By Rev. ?frank De Witt Talmage. D. D. I.os Augeles. CaL, Not. 24.?While our people ai thia Thankagiylng seaaon ?ire gratefully recalllug tbelr materlal merciea, the preacher In tbla senaon point* to the prlceless blcsslng of wa? ter us oue which contrlbutea most largely to our national bappiness and prosi>erlty. The text is I Corinthians x. 4, "For they^lrnuk of that spiritual rock that foiioweii them." Aaaaag tae woadeta af TaDaarateaa park there is ael one more marvelous tbau its Roariug mouutaiii. It ls a luouutaln about 300 fect high and alHHit l.oOO feet nt Its hase. It looks when noT In aetiou like a blg sand dune in tae midst of a barren dosert. Tkaie ls not a apear of grass growing aaea it. Taete ls u<>t ? trae Hfting its braacaee apaa iis si.ies t<? be kiaaad by the rtatag sii-i. There is n<?t a bird liv iug near it. imr a labbtt m>r n ground squirro! making Us hOBM nmid Its cav erns un.l rocks. Its sides are a great, banaa araete. it aee...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 December 1907

Weekly Journal Devoted lo the Intfeiesu cf lancasiei Cctiniy 11. Pamculai, ihe Korthern Necfc and Rappahannock Ifalley in General, and the World at large VOLUME XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DEOEMBER 6, 1907. Nttmbeb 10. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formerly with Struven ? Wacker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Srokers and Commissian Meichants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALT1M0RB, MD. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who want a large and absolutely reliable honse to handle their Baltimore sbipments should bbip to GEO. A. ALBAUGH & COM 222 L1GHT STREET WHARF, BALTINOBE, MI>. We can gct you the top market prioM at all tirnei. Wc handle Fish, Craba, Terrapins, Qarac, elc. 8H\l) A SPECIALTY. i:>:n.?; k.n< k: rtitaM N?tion-i Hi.nk E8ubii8hcd 1869. R^ioj2?KJ5air5yat OUR SPECIALTiGS: 2Fr\xits and UTegetatoles, ^Poxxltry, Li^re Stock, Eg^s, ^KTool and Frogs. IIKJIIKST 1*RICB8. I'KOMPT KETURN...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 December 1907

OStOOttATIC WIM'KLT. |Knterv.linIrvinKtonP.O.a8Sd?laa?nmtt.r.l ? A. CITIZEN PIHL1SHIMJ (().. I'l Itl.lsilKKS. 8UBSCHIPTION: $1 a yearjn advance W. R ROWB. Omci Maraoeh. -?. ii^omn?i,nic"tion9 or busineaa lettere ahould beaUdrwaaedtotheViKoiwiACiTiZKN lrvinjrton, \ a.. to recelve pronu>t attention ' Frldny, December O, 1?07. Onlv the bigcropshave prevented a wide spread panic throughout this country. With good farai crops, a panic is well nigh itiipoesible, try uever ao baid tm Wull Street. But the Soutb, always alow to ftel disas teras well M prosperit? waves, while not suuVring in iis banking 8?etem has felt depression evtu with the best of cropa. She has beeu sadly mili tated against by tUcgencral govern ment, northem baukera aud the railroada. Neither the govemtuent nor finauciera would lend her any part of the goverument diatributioo or of the arriva! of gold from foreign purta. All has bten appropriated nortb, a little, uuly, reachmg the west. Notwithatauding tbia tbe banka ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 December 1907

LOCAL, MENTION. Allcommuntcationashould beaddrvascd to he Viroima viTiztN, Irvinaton. Va. Monday next is Heathsville court. Ernest Meekins is in Baltimore this week. Italtimorv prices paid for vkks by L. L Yort.y | S>)u, Kilmarnock. J. T. McDonald, of Norfolk, is visit ing friends here. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at home of Mrs. W. McD. Lee. Capt. A. J. Hamilton is running mail between Urbanna and White Stone this week. T. J. Haydon, Irvington's crack trucker, dug65 eatable-size Irish pota toes from one hill recently. Vernon O. Willey left last week for Washington. where he has secured work with Adams Express Co. Ja8. N. Wilder and Irving Messick, who have been on the seaside the past two weeks, returned home Tuesday. KncournKO home cnterprtse and buy your lumOerot W. H.Jease, Litwalton. Lancanter Co. Material the beat, pricea 'ow. bi* frcighta lived. _ About $73 was the net profit of the little tots' cntertainment and young ladies' oyster supper at the Opera House Thanksgiving...

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

I 9 Calmage Serrsion By Rev. Frank Dc VVitt Tahnatfc. D. D. f___-?-* I.o* Angelos. Cul., IMk\ l.?In poJut ed, vfcjOMM styl? tbe prencker iu this OMMM ii iuvltes his reudera to self ex auilLMitiou to flnd whether their llves cre in accord with their professlon. The text is Matthew v. 47. "What do y* more tlian ctliersV In ti?e words of my text Chriat sepa ntoa the iulmbltants of the linman race kato two groU|hS. First, here is tho group of ihe inen of the woiid, and jronder In the group of the sorvants of Chrlst '?Now.-' siiys .Icsus, "those two gronps are ontirely dilYorent ln eharae teristles aed ln their concapttoa of life. The uieii'.l t is of OM group are living for thcmiTClTCS They are seheming nud planniug how thvy can use inen for their own advnntnge. The one group says: "I mnsi Icst till my own huder iiiul look aftOT my own enjoy uu'iit. No aoatter whetlur other people liave | good tlOM or not, I nuist make life easy for No. 1." The other group aajra: "I most llve for i:?>...

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

VOUTME XVII. tnm Weekly Journal Devoted to the jnterests ot Lancaster Ccuni) in Particulai, ihe Noilhern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907. NUMBER 11 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. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who want a large and absolutely reliable house to handle their Baltimore ehipments shonld ship to GEO. A. ALBAUGH Sc CO., 222 L1GHT STREET WHARP, I1ALTIMUHE, MI>. ? We can get you the top market priccs at all tiuiea. We handle Fish, Crabs, Terrapins, Qame, etc 8HA.D A SPEC! ALTY. KKKKUVNrK: Cttlron N.ttona) I??nk Eatabllshod 18??. Hcfcr to | SJTlSSJSSfftmSSm OUR SPECIALTIES: 2Fr\xit:s> a.nd ^egfetsttoles, !Po\xlt:ry, Liize Stocls:, lEgrgrst, Wool a.nd Frogfs. HHIamm 1MUCE8...

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

tfai V.; n,> (niiscn. ??k%1??i;k\ i i<? W1KKLT. | Knten-0 iu Irvmgtoc ?'. O.hs S?> <-ta*i> matter. 1 ?4. < M'/i\ PIHMHHINU ro., im iu lOOJataaV RUB8CKIPT10N: $1 ayear.in advance W. R ROWE. Orricx Manaorr. Fr !?!??>, Ilrnnlicr, 13, 1007. SPECULATION, AFTER ALL. Scientistj tell us that the suu is] just now in furioua commotiou and that the many meleom and aeroliteo passing the earth or gtriking ua are re&ulta of the turmoil many millione of miles awaj. Modern instrumente hring the bodiesof cpace nearer to ns each year, atid 1907 has seen won tlerful stridea. l'oseiblv this accounts for the ob8trvation juat now of so many bodiea and worlds being en gulfed iu the great orb of day. "Nev?-r btfore has a great eolar ryclone preaented euch inarvelous detai!,'* asy the observera. No less than forty one anolei were couuted io the dieturhed area, and the fi!a meutary structure of penumbral friugea were beautiful in the extreme, iodicating a solar storm of which ?e nior...

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

LOCAL MENTION. All communicat lona should be aridrvaeed to he ViKiiMA Jitizen. Irvumton. f i. How about that Xmas ad, Mr. |te*> chant? _ W. D. Wilder, Jo. George and Harry Ely are in Baltimore this week. Capt. W. L. Messick and Jas. C. Rowe were in Norfolk this week. A. H. Leonard left this week for Lilian, where he has employment. lltthimore pi Ucs i>aid for cjfK8 by l,. L. Ycrby * Hon, Kllmnrnock. Social Circle Mor.day night next at the home of Mrs. Geo. T. Lokey. Jas. Harcum, of Lilian, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. W. A. Leland. On your label is a date; Pay before it is too late. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Riley moved into their new home in West Irvington this week. Miss Rnth Willing arrived from Baltimore Saturday to spend some time with her parents, Miss Lizzie Kate Lewis, of Essex county and Richmond, is spending some time at the Irvington Hcach. But one more issue of the Citizen this year. If you have anything to sell, better tell it next week. Sam Smith, of Washington, arr...

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

?.1 Calrnage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage. D. D. Loa An-oles, Cal., Dec. 8.?In thla sernion the preacher ahows that tha Ral?el bullders of old, with their evll ntnbitlou, were the prototypes of the tnoderu Fal>el biiildera, who plle up material possexsions ln the vain hopo of reacblng limltless power and Inde pendencc und regardloss of God. The text is Gencsls xl, 0, "Therefore Is the name of lt called Habet, t>ocause the Lord did there eonfound the language of all the earth." Let us travel bnck in lni:iglnation to the age after the deluge. The ark strandod upon the heights of Mount Ararat h.id l>een deserted. The deluge of water bad baaa carriod away to the eeaa. The sheep. the horses and the cattle aad inultiplied luto great herds and BockS and were pasturing ln the rallejra Tho fotaati again areta redoieut with tbe beaatlfal paiftnaea of the trees. The foliage was the eaaV l>owered retreat where tho swoot throated songsters and their niates were rearlng their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 December 1907

traa Weeklyjournal Devoled to ihe Interesh o) lancastei Ccumy ir, Paniculat; ilie Worthern NecK and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large VOMTME XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DEOEMBER20, 1907. NUMBEB 12, CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., (Formetly with Struven & Waoker) STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants Fnr MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRBDBR1CK STREET.,_BALT1MQRE, MD, SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who want u large and absolutely reliable house to handle tbeir Battimore shipraents shonld ship to GEO. A. ALBAUGH <& CO., 222 LIGHT STREET WHARF, BALTIMOKK, M D. We can got you the top niarket priccs at all tiwea. Wc handle Fieh, Onba, Tempint, Game, etc 811 Vl> A 8PECKLTY. kkkki:kn?k: rtttam Nation.i Brafc Est.bliahed 18??. Rtfrr l*{?2figiJ28ff2J?2L OUR SPECIALTIES: 2Fr\xits ctnci Veg^etaJbles, Poxxltry* Live Stock, 1E,gg&9 ^ATool and Frogs, IIOIIM PBfCl? I'ltOMPT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 December 1907

?JaMOOat?\TIC WBKKLY. I Knter. a tii IrvtnKtonl'. <).u*:MeiH4<in-HU< r.l VA. iiii'kn itimismim; Ofiu, ri ni.isiitKi. BUBSUHIL'TION: $1 ayoar.in adYsntc W. R ROWE. OrricB Managkr Frld.iy, Ibveinlier, 20, 1007. Uncle Sam is aurely ihowiug to the world how to atartout oo a giant cruise?in every reapeci; giant ships aud fleet, and giant undertaking to get to destination. With great eclat and Hare of trumpels "Fighting Bob" Kvans sailed Monday from the Virginia (Japp*, t-u route to San Francisco, around South America and "the Horn"; to be continued, probablv, tj the Phtlippiacp, and to come back to New York via Europe. Secretly the navy, and probablv the highest efliciald too, uo not expect ali, if any, of theee shipa to get btck to our Atlantic coast. The ?'aps ehare the sanie opinion. If we do not use them up in a war over our eastempossessionsjthey will pro bably reniain on the PaciGc coast as a pacilicatory meaeurt?to still the placid waters of that so-nanied sea, as it were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 December 1907

LOOAL - MENTION.I AI! oommunlcatlona should be *d?lrea*< d to ? be Vihqiria Oerizru. Irviuirton. Va. Mrs. E. L. Wilder and little son were in Baltimore last week. No Virginia Citizen next week. The boys must ''blow" themselves one week. H. B. Boughton left for Millenbeck Tueaday, where he has opened up mer ca ntile business. llaitimore priees paid for rjrjjs by L. 1.. Yerby & Son, Kiliiiamock. Miss Maud Leland and two little nieces. Mildred and Rachel Leonard, left Tuesday for Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dyke and son, Alton, visited the lady's parental home in Essex county the past week. Mrs. Vernon Forrest, of Baltimore, arrived Wednesday to spend X m a s with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Willing. Kiiemmw liotno cnterprlae and buy your lurnbor of W. H. Jesse, Lltwwlton. Lancaatcr Oo. Materlaittae best, pricee low, big freigbte i-ived. Capt. C. H. Willing and sons, Tom and Bernard, are building a large pack ing house at the foot of the whar,f here. Don't forget the Indian pantomi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 December 1907

Cahnage Serrnon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe, D. D. Loa Augelea, Cal., Dec. 15.?At this season, when all tbe world goes shop ping and bargain huiiting, this prac tlcal sermon has an espeelal tlmell ness. The text la Hebrewa xii, 12, "Wherefore llft up the hnnds whleh hang down and tbe feeble knees." How the ways of dolng business have ehangi-d withiu the last flfty yeare! When our giaadfaThtiH lived tbe land was sparsely aOttted. Then every man wllling to work eould tind plenty of work to do Then the uulveVsal mot to was: 'Never halai upon another luan's foumlation. Never try to un dermlue the work or your neighbore." If a aaaa had n little country Btore no one ever fhoogat of building an? other store just acrOM tbe street to split his trade in half. It was a uul versnlly rocognized trulh that there was only roum euoogh for oue store ln n vlllago, and tbe tirst man who start ed a store had a personal right to that trade. nnd no one else dared sny him nay. If anotlier man atarted a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 3 January 1908

itcAnixt ifiSett* Weeklyjournaljevoled to^tlieJnteresl& of Lancaster Cwiy in Farticuiar; ilie Nonheni Necfc and Rappahannoek Valley in General, and the World at large VOMTME XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, .JANUABY 3, J908. NUMBEB 14. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND M ACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Broksrs and Comnnssion Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FREDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS Who waut a large aud abaoluiely reliable houae to haudle their Baltimore shiptncnts ehould ship to GrEO. A. ALBAUGH & CO., 222 L1GHT STREET WHARF, BALT1MOBK, MD. We can get you the top market [ricts at all tirnee. We handle Pish, (Jrabs, Termpina, Game, etc. 811 \l> A SVEClAIiTY. Ki:KNtK. Citizen Matlonul Itiutk EatabHahed lfttt. , io\^Sn&JSS^JSSL OUR 8PECIALTIE8: 2Fr\xits a.ncl ^e??etaJbles, I?o\zlt:ry., Live Stock, Eggrs, 'VaTool and Frogs. HKJIIKST PltlCKS. I'UOHPT KETURNS. Corre8pondeo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 3 January 1908

4Sht l j ? gjtjgafat MMOUflATtC; WKHKI * IEnt?rr lln Irvkuyton P. U.aa 2d c'aw os" TA. CITIZEN IT HIJSHINU CO. i*i iti.isii nata. 8UBSOKIPTION: $1 a year.in adTanre W. R ROWK. Okkicr Mana.jkk Al. eoiiimiiiiieHtioR.4 or biiaines* lettera snould be addrvaaed tothe Vikoima Cmita, livlna-toii. Va., to reeeive pmmpt attentiou. Frlday. .launary, 3, 11>08. SOME REVIEWS. Two new works on Virginia have rrcently come underour obscrvation thiit merit more than patsing com iiimt. Coloutl Win. II. Stewart, ot I'orlsmouth, Va., is the author of "Virginia? 1G07-1907,' a beau'ifti! souvenir book that sells for tbe niodeat sum of tifty cents. It is of Strathruore cover, lettend in gold with bloe and white Ufcoration The embeli8hment8 aml aketches are exquisite, and worthy the ceotre tu h!e of any mansioii in the Old Do miuion. We wish that every Vir ginian would (for they could) have a copy where gueats could see what lovelioess is ours. The other is | moreelaborate work ?"Life in Old Virginia", ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 3 January 1908

LOOAL MENTION. All commun'.-ations should beaddivwed to he ViKuiMa-Jitixek. I r vi-urt<jn. Va. FredW. Gunby was at Tapp ?. h innock this week. _ Ladies' Aid Society will meet tonight (Friday) at the parsonage. Miss CarolyneGunby ison a ten-days' visit to friends in Baltimore. Miss Bertha Christian, of Norfolk, is guest of the Misscs Brewington. H. O. Rock, Homer Willing apd F. G. Newbill were in Baltimore the past week. Lightning and rain ushered out the old year. We are moving southward, surely. Miss M. Kate Messick is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. P. Rowe, in Fredericks burg. _ Clinton Bew spent the past week at his parental home in King and Queen county. _ Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Talley, of Mantua, spent Xmas with Henry Damerel here. John Newbill, of Essexcounty, spent a fawdaja recently with his nncle, Dr, W. J. Newbill. <i. Ilarry Waters has been visiting relatives and friends in Baltimore the past two weeks. Thomas Davis returned today from a two weeks' visit to his parents at...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 3 January 1908

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank B ? Witt Talmafe. D. D. a*-* Caa aJaaaiaa, cai., Dae. :rj.--in tbia sermon tender invmorlcs of long past Christumses are reculled aud tbe uul versal theme reoelves a new nnd brll iiaut nttaai laa text is Laka u, 19. "But Mary kept all these things and pondered them In her henrt." The life of Mary. the Yirghi. up to the nattad af the augei* vtatt had proba l?!y baaa that of the ordinary .lewish |M iu her qafJt, aaaiaalfal exlst enoe there had suddculy eoine a long aaaaaaalaa of aoaalairul Baaalfnatattaaa. One great event eame treading upon the heels of nuotiier great event uutil there aaaBMi to he a gfeat army of them. Why she should be singled out frotu all the rest af the hutr.au raee ns the elioseu one of God she eouUl not uuderstuud. She was only a pure, rtraaff- laaaaataia aaalika. After these inaiili'estatioiis eame to her she COOkl uot faHj apntaeiata tantr aieaatni But sh? stored them nway ln her inoin oiy. Bha traaaavad them up. other i>eople ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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