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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 February 1908

mtttm Weekl)jM^alje^jojIw interBsts cf Lancaster Ccuniy in Farlicular; ilie Northem Hecfc and Rappalianiiock Valley in General, and the World at large VolumeXVII. IBVUhGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 19.8. Ndmbkr 20. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants Fnr MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET., . BALT1M0RB, MD. ?rtrtltaM 1809. BercrtojJ?J?M?f???r^!'r,c. OUR 8PECIALTIES: Fruits and Yegetables, Fou.ltry, Live Stock, JZ.gg&, Wool and. Fro^ss. 1IH1IIKST I'KICl'.s. I'KOHl'T HKTURN8. Correspondence and shipmentd soliciu'd. I. COOKE <& SOKS, (leneral Commiesion Merchants, 7 W, PRATT STREET, BALTiMORE, MD. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOft 2 TO 40 ROtttB POWER. CflES&PEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKNI> IIIK IWAl.OM'K. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. Wo have aeveral...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 February 1908

$ite46*?rNui (Timcn l>K>tO?'H iTIC WEKKLY. (Koteredtulrvtmrtoo P. 0.?s 2<lcia?? tuatt< r. ?A. CITIZKN PI JMIsiiiM, CO. niti.isiiKitH. 8UBSCRIPTION: $1 a year.lc ^raou W. R. ROWE. OrriCB Manaosr ai. eoaaaataaieataoaa ?>r imsincss w>tt?-rs Khouh! bcaddraaaed to the Vikoim \<n iei \ Irviiiiftoti. Vh., to reoelve i?r?<mi>t attcutioii. * Frld?y, February, 14, UM?8. A few papers have laud.d Ilon. Uenry C. Stuart for being honeBt. Wby, who ever doubted his honeaty? Is it that a man ia taken to be dia hone8t unleaa he is Biogled out by a particnlar act of honeat}? We wish wecouldseeit io the light those few contemporari^B have?and, by the-way, a large uaaprity of the preaa are aileut OB these linea.viewing, we take it, with awe the spectacle Mr. Stuait made of htniaelf. He came, appaieutly uuwillingly_bu! he came, all the satue?as a star wit ueaa at the beheat of Kepublicans to t<-y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 February 1908

LOOAL MKNTION. All cotntniink-trnns shouM l>e n<1tfres*?d to he Vik ; i.ma ^iTi/.CN. Irviiurton. Va. Mrs. Pettingall has rotumtd from a visit to Ottoman. Skating has been all the go around Irvington, and there is miles of it. Advertising spaec has this week been saerificed to the abundatve of reading matter. Ittiltiiimre priOM |>?iU lOK ? ?? I I Yirl>j Aj S"!i, Ki'tii.u?uo<-k. Baptist Social Circle next Monday night at the home of Geo. StC. Smith. Will Willing and Harry Kli, who work on a tug running out of Haltimore are here for a short stay. Lee Simmons and Willie H. Lee were badly burned about the face and hands while working on a gasoline engine at the former's shop here Monday. Rev. F. W. Claybrook and attorney F. G. Newbill. auditors, have been ex amining the year's work of our home fire association the past week. Annual meeting will be held today and lomor row here. A valentine entertainment will be held here tonight (Fri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 February 1908

Caimage S'crmon By Rev. Frank De Wttt Talmaav. D. f>. * man . ef Mt-d i that laMKtvVhaati *s woii a* aattosM feaVCSj a ?l:i.'.x Io f<.;: : |0 ;?<!<>: e? the laheea of tivv*?? arho have g\ui? I Is the !??s.v?n of this sormon llio te\t hl Jushua \l. t.\ "He Ml BMMfeftM uu doue tf all that the I.ord coiTunaiMed Moses." One of the snddest place* to vlslt Is the stmly or ottlcv of m Rtvat man who has suddenly beeu called nway by death and has left his things In just the w?y he was aeeustomed to use them. Some years npo I visited >Vash lnyton and Lee COttaSja in I.cxlngton, Va., and went Into the president's room, where the great Confederate general Ilobert K. I.eo dld lds last work. There was the chair In which he nsed to elt. There was the table at which be used to write. There was his old Ink we'.l and the very i>enholder whieh he had joIne<l togethcr with his own hands. There were his sllppers, Wal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 February 1908

VOLUUB XVII Weekly Joutnal Denoted to the Htwesfc of Lancaster Ccnniy in Pariicular; ilie Northetn Necfc and BappahannocX Valley in General, and the Wotld at ten [RVINOTQN "IRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBBUABY 21, 1908. Number 21 CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Rrokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET,,_BALTIMORE, MD. E8tahli,hed 1869. Refer to\?3r&?j&$?&* OUR 6PECIALTIE8: ]Frviits and Vegetables, Poxiltry, Live Stock, E?r&s, Wool and Frogrss iik;hi:st puices. prompt heturns. Correspondence and shipments solicited. I. COOKE & SONS, General Commission nferobajatftj 7 W. PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. BUFFALO GASOLINE ?0T0RS FOR 2 TO 40 HOUSE POWER. C3ESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKSU frOR CATAI.OCUK. SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. Wi bave several II hurse-powe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 February 1908

ifci >?><' his gitiura DKMOCKATIC WFF.KLV. ! Knterediti lr\iii)rton 1*. O.a* 3dcU?i?B' YA. CITIZEN PlRI.ISHINfj CO. nm.i>iti aja> SUR8GRIPT1 )N: |ltyear.la aAvaace W. R ROWE. OrricK Manaokb ADVKRT1SING RATKS. 3 ro.ittra. Ijt. ?V*cta. porincdeachlnaer'n.ur 4.(10 tWM IO.CO 2 Itiehoa. ,i.(Xi m.io iv.00 ? 8.0O I4.(?i -O.iX) 10.00 I7.0U 85.00 12.00.30.00 30.00 ? ** 14.0O'22.OO 35.00 ? " 18.00 20.00 40.00 W ** 88.00 30.00 46.00 I- *? owluoi 11 25.00 36.00, 62.01) toolumr. 10.00 ao.00.100.00 %T" 25 :>er c*rt kddltlonal rwrsp?ctal poaitloD Nottt>?a in readinp coiumA 10 ccnta per cuiipareil llr.?. Obituarie*. ivligtuu* noticis ol vntertain ?>? nt*. eii".ir?!i)r?. etc. ouo-hulf reirular leSaa, Al. eonamuiiicutiona or buglness lrttors should be addressed to the Vikiii.ma Citizkn, Irvina-ton. Va..to ?tMt-i\o prnmpt iitti'iitiou. Friday, February, 21, 1908. As we understand it, Mr. John D. Rockefeller, jr., b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 February 1908

LOCAL MENTION. All" ? ? ^ad to K V-::,i\ >ie Callis left , . for Baltimore, to be ab Balttl B ;m I foi I.. <.. 1 kOOk. While | d h-.-i fa . Ii. I,e week. Hii.l . re the visiting relattvea at Wicomieo Church this week. Miss Janie Tull. of Pocomoke City. Md.. is visiting her broth >>?. .1. \y. Tull, at this place. R. S. Mitchell v, | the paal ng ealled there hy the sickness of his mother. Jno. C BrewiaajtOD, .J. W. Tull, Jaaoea C. Rowe, Irviag lf< aml Arehie Kirkmyor are in Rich mond this we Franh G. Newbill and \V. UcDoaald Lee are in Riehmond this week panhJTHJ adoption of the general coditication of the oyster laws. . "Tarnoftbel there tonight (Fridi at Kilmarnock next Thoraday night. . who accomj ? from Blackatoae ?>n aecoont of the latter'a sickness returned to the I day. Clay Messiek, who haa boea aboeat the past two nionths assisting in rais ing fishing steamer Wicomieo, which foundered at A bul fall. haa rc turn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 February 1908

Catmagc Sermon By Rev. Frank De Wltt Talmacc. D. D. I?< Angeios, Cal., Fel?. lt*?.-That the power of evil baltit may rmissert ltsrlf after many years nud th.it even a good man may fall back Into sln uuless divlnely tortitied against temptatiou ls the praetleal lesson of this sermon. The text ls John v, 14. "Siu uo more lest a worse thing come uuto thee." Calviulsts nnd Armioiatis have bat tled for generntions over the questlon whether It is possible for a tuan who hns onee beeu couverted to fall into siu and he fiuully lost. The question is no nearer a settlemeut than it was a hundred years ago, but I think there is one aapaet of It in which hoth would ngree. Unhapplly there is no ropiu lortlispute about the faets. The Meth? odist polnts, in proof of his contention, to n.^i who are suuk in vieo and dcg radation, who were ouce believed to 1h> true CTirtSttaaa Tho Fresbyterinn aorrowfully tuliuits the faet, though he explnlns it by saytag tbat such men arere neve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 February 1908

Weekly Jounial Devoted 10 liie Inteiests of tancastei Cmniy in Parlicuiai, ihe Northem Heck and Rappahannock Valley in Genetal, and the World at Latge 7oj XVII. IRYINGTON VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908. NUMBEB 22. CHAS. M. STSUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission :huts Fot MENHAOEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114.5. FftEDERiCK SIREKT., BALT1M0RE, MD. bUklitM 1M?. OU3 SPECIALTIES: 2Fru.its sltxcL Vegetables, ^Poiirtry, I_i-ire Stock, Eggs, Wool and Frogs. IIHillKMT PBICB I'BUIil'I UU.TUKN8. CorrespoiuUncp aoil ahipmtnls solicited. I. COOKE & SOKS, General Commin 7 W. PRATT STREET, BALTItYIORE, WID. BUFFAlolASflUNrMOTORS *2 TO 40 UOB9B POWIE CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. i n-|i i Dfl 0?"? I I :?' ?.l K. SPEGiAL OFFER OF GASQLINE ENGINES. Wc hn\ 14 borae-power Bofttlo GmoIihc Motors, !aat ?t-ar's model, wlth thil fe*r*i iwproTeawote, vight from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 February 1908

?ki I . -Ma tfitUm DtaUfOOatATtC wkekm. lEatercdin IrvniKtonl'.o.tsMcIaMn V4. CITIZEN PUBLIftMNfl CO., I'l Itl.lSlll-.K*. SUBSCKIPTIONr #1 a yet.r.in ncWacce W. R MOV K. OKncK Makaoer AOVEUTISINO RATF.s fiOcta. pcr.noh t>acb Inrior'n.m ?. 2 Inebes. umi :o.t?> 3 " t.Wi 14.00 ? " IO.Oj.!7..v 5 '? 12.00,20.0U e '? 14.00 ?:.W * " lS.OO 26.00 10 " S.t? 30.00 12 *? Si uoiumu 35.00 :J6.t?i 1 coluair. 10.00 60.00 100.00 ? *~ 25 oer c?nt addltlonal forupeclal poaition is l\r. I ..i" :.'">..V :w.ou ?kOO 40.00 45.00 52,00 NotU-e* m readtna ooiumnb, 10 ceuta per nouparell line. Obltuariea, rt>li|iioua notlces ot eutertain <n?nt8. excuraiors. ctc. one-half rvKulur rate*. Al. eomniunioattonji or busdnoss lettors should be addressed to the Vntoi NtaCl Irvinirton, Va., to reoeivfj promW iitteiition. Frtday, February, 28, 1008. TO MARYLAND-VIRGINIA OYSTER DEALERS. That tbe uppiiturie tiuie has conie for Maryland and Virginia oystt-r dealers to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 February 1908

I ? MaMavaHsattona ahouM i>e?.K:-e?SO? to no Vik |U v . Va. Thanks for garden tead :'rom Con gress Jones. _ Miss Ruth Willingis vi .tives at White Stoee. Capii A. W. ! ? fcw days thia wcck. _ H.llliinorv prtoi f L. L| Tert>7 Ot Son, Kil' Miss Baatriee BaH, oi We gaeat of Una eeatty. 11. I'hep. Cht Url hara and at Kil -slast vaak. _ Addie Garaer la !?onie from PhUadelphia to apead aome time with her parents and friends hara. Walter Mason is "firing" on the Commodore Maury, while Barker Hop kins is "chief" on steamer Rappahan nock. Among the rccent sick are: Frank Wilshin and son, Edwin, Annie Lee, Mrs. Irving F. Jones and Miss Maud Leland. Ilerman Smith eame up Sunday with the "Jno. C. Brewington" from Hamp ton, returning Monday night on the "Maury" Chas. M. Struven. of Baltimoro, was in this section on business last week. He spcnt VVednesday night and Thurs day with G. Ilarry Waters. Geo; ard, the little year-old son of B. S. Bnramonda, waa hadly burned about t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 February 1908

Calmage Serrocm By Rev. Fr?nk Dc Witt Talmatfe, D. D. i.os Aaaetea, CaL. iv'.>. tt -la hfc ?anaea ia cha raealllar la.uia af ? haa bundniii!) rbe preaehec aboera us hea to aecare tho ricbeat barveati by aatoi our opportualtlea for readerlag lojal atrifci toGod aod our foiiow men. Tbe text is Hair^ai, i. r?, (.'?: "Consider youi v.ays. Ye have sown uiucb and bring ln tttdew" A aboti tbne afla i bad a most inter eattag eenreraatlofl witb an American missionary who bad Bpent mauy years lu CbJaa. Ba was telltna; me about the murvclous ehangcs which have been Initinted ln China sJnce the Boxer up rlsiiif.' af IOOOl ! had BBBBd him to tell nie somothing about the Japanesc peri) nnd what aroaU ba the condition of the enst if tbe mikado suceeeded ln doaalaaUag tbe wbota Aatatle conti Ueiit. Much to my surpriso be auswered: "Japan v.iii nerer domlnate the aaat Japaa arlll never dotninate China. The great perll of the aaat is not to be -foaad in .lap.m. bot in China. The oidost drM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 6 March 1908

itwa Weekly Joutnal DevotRd^UHhe Interests of lancastei Ccunty in Particulat, ihe Horthern Necfc ann Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large Vobuka *X VII. IRViS N VIRGIMA, FBIDAY, MARCH 6, 1908. NUMBEB 23. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLiES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHiP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission ff.archants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FSEDERiCK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. E?t?bIlSl?? Utt licfcr wlSJfliSJSgSW^S. OUR SPECIALTIE8: ^rtiits and. Yegetables, Poailtry, Live Stock, Eggs, Wool and Frogs. IIIUIIKST 1MJ1CES. I'ltlini'T KETURN8. Correepomlenee and shiproents eolicited. I. COOKE & SOJSTS, General Oemmiaeioa Merabanta, 7 W, PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE, WID. BUFFALOGASOLISE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOHSS roVVER. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. hKND rOB t'ATAI.Oi SPEGIAL OFFER OF G&SOLINE ENGINES. Wo Lavc sevcral 14 botBe-poarer Baffalo GaaolitM Motore, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 6 March 1908

A* i u --.u] gitjgga I?R*IO?;KaTIC WCEKLT. | Rotert-Uiti IrvtiiKton I'.O.aagdclaaaioattcr.l ? A. C1TIZEN PIBLISHING CO.. PDBIISHKKs HUBSCHIPTION: $1 a year.ln adraore VY. R ROWE. Orpica Manaobr Al. ooraruunleatlons or businens letteta should bc addres.>?oI to th?> Vuoi\i fcClTISaUl, lr\'itiirton, Va., to recvivo prouipt atteotioo. Krlilji.v, March 0, 1IMIS RES ADJUDICATA. The toue of the Richmond presa doee not r? llect the aentiment of thoae who beard and weigbed the Rhea inveatigation tnatter. Thiapreashaa warped aentitueut throughout the State, and thereby many of our State papeig hare bten mislead. Articlea on the iir8tpageof (iu fact,all throagh) the i?J8Ufs suceetdiog Judge Rhea'8 eonfirmutiou and tbeir headlines (wbich, it is fair to aasume, received editorial sanction) veer far from the facta. That tbere waa any "gag rule" or "laah" uscd by the majority is absolutety untrue. To aee 8uch atatementa in u ?o called Democratic pre88 ia outrageoua. Ooe atten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 6 March 1908

LOOAL &1BNTION. AiluommuDtcMtion, siiouid bc MdUreaaad *.o bv vieataia Jitisbh. ii vimrtos. v?. Gilbert Messick is in Baltimore this week. Bi W. Long and F. G. Newbill were in Baltimore this week. Aid Society (tlOBjfrht) IV.v.y al BBBM af Mk. j. e. Boaa Mrs. atary Miu: JA is visiUBg reav tives in lower LaBaeaatar. Mrs. Jno. R. Davis is vuiting friends and r.-'.itiv ? in BalUmore. Boaaall BoaaallB, <>f BaJtiaaare, ? t'.-vv oeya here Uda an iiaituu.il,. prless pali lot sss* t>y L, L Yvrhy .V Son, KUm.irno. k. Important meeting of the V. I. A. at Dr. Oliver's ottes Saturday evening 7:3t)p. m. Miss Ruby Smith spent a few days Um past week with .Mrs. .1. R. Ingram at White Stone. Mrs. Kajgtat isquite sick at her home la West Irvington. Mrs. l.ewis Burke is also sick. Mrs. Crcighton, of Baltimore, joJBod her husband here Monday. They will reaaaia aereral months. Mr. aad afra. E. F. George, of Ur banna, is visiting the gontleman's sis ter atra. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 6 March 1908

n Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De'witt Talmatfe. D. D. I.os Angeles, Cal., March 1.?That we BftMBssi make no compromise witb erll atul should be bold and outspoken lu our stnud agnlust sln, no matter how mueli we may love the siuner. ls the lesson of this sermon, the text for which is taken from I Samuei xvi, L "How long vrllt thou mouru for Saul?" Who bas not read with thrllltng In? terest Slr Walter Scott's story of Jeanie Deans? I was mucb luterested in learning tbat the herolne of that story waa a real cbaracter, a girl wbo lles buried near Dumfrles, on whose totnb stone is an epltaph wrltten by Scott himself. It is impossible to refraln from tears as we read tho story. The girl, whose life Is wrapped up in that of her young sister, glves evldence against her that couvicts her of a cap ital offense aud then walks nll tbe way to I.ondon to obtaln a pardon for her. The brave girl cotild not tell a lie even to snve her sister froui a sbamcful death. luit could uudergo hardshlp to d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 March 1908

Weekly Joutnal Pevoted 10 the Interests of Lancaslei Ccumy in Parlicular; llie Horihern Neck and Rappahannock Yalley in General, and ihe World at Large Vol-umb XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRG1NIA. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1908. Ndmbeb 24. CI1AS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission WSerchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRKDERiCK STREEI,,_BALI1M0RE, MD, OUR SPECIALTIES: ]Fr\xits ?axi<? Vegetables, Poixltry, Lrsre Stock, Eggs, ,Wool and Frogs. 1IIOI1EST FIIICES. PROMPT KETURN8. Correspondence and shipmenta eolicited. I. COOKE &. SOISTS, General Commission Mercbants, 7 W. PRATT STREET. BALTIIWIORE, MD. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2TO40 HOKSE POWKR. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. Hm FOR CATAl.Odl'K. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. W<8 bave mtltl 1 ^ horse-powiT Bdffalo Gasoline Motors, last *<.ar's modol, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 March 1908

okhockatio wkkkly. (KateredlnlrvioKtonP.O.aBStlcl&Mmatter.l VA. Flir/FN Pl IIMSHINU CO., 1'Uil.Mii i;s. BPB8QM1PT1QM: Sl ? year.inadTance W. !{ Co.v B. dm<F. M - \??VKKTI8lNO RATKS 3 m.|6 ci ? laiBM tAKi u,_u, lvu0 ? .. tUJO14.00. iil.lO * ? 10.00| 17.00 ?.U) 12.00 3U.0U! *l.U) 14.00 8S.00 36.00 " ; i?j.oo;ao.oo; 40.00 B ;. 8S.00i30.00! 45.00 ?- Svuluu.11 Sft.00l3e.00: 52.00 1 wiluar. SMSM100.00 ?*r 25 '??rrnit adJItional forapecial position Notu-e* iu reodln* coiumns, 10 centa oer otiMi'Hieil line. r^ Obituarles, reliirious notiees of entertain w?nt*. eicurt>ions. eto.. one-half remilar rates. Al. oommiinieations or business lettera should he addreaaed to the Vihoima Citi/.kn, Irvington. \ a.. to meive prumpt uttcntion. Frlday, March 18, 19U8. SEEING THINGS AFAR OFF. We have refrain??d from nnswering the peraonal a?:d political eneuiies of Iht tditor of \h\s paper, who was chairman of the State Board cf Kisheries (and now Conimiesioner of Fisheriee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 March 1908

LrOCAL .\ IQN. Atl coinmuniCHT'on- oho-ilfi ?>c aiMreace*! to ?w Vihuinia OmaaDa, Irvinicteo. Va. F. II. Wilshin, jr., is in Norfolk this week. Mrs. J. I>. Ashburn is indisposcd this week. Annie Wiscis visiting fricnds in towet Laa ;: Willing i< v r sis ters in n.dtim Read what Mr. Kiinc has to al?out his moving picturo^ leetur. F. G. Newhill was in t this on legal husiness. Baptist Social Circle next Monday at the home of Mrs. S. B. Griffith. J. J. Jett s|>cnt Sunday with his sister and datighter at Millenbeck. Ualtiinon | i fot mfgm bj [ . l. Yerliy A Boa, kilm.un 11. B. Boughton, of Millenbeck, spent a few days with his sister here the past week. Mrs. A. .1. Ilamilton and little daugh ter, Virginia, left today for a visit in Baltimore. E. W. Long is visiting his daughter, Miss Pauline C. Leag, at Blackstone, Va., this week. Misses Annie I. Locg and Rubenette Satorday and Sunday at the ><f Capt J. P. BeUowa at Oeraa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 March 1908

I Calmage Sermon ^fly Rev. Prahk De'witt Tahnafe. D. D. Los Augeles. Cal., March 8. ? That tbe old Blble is still the best and ln tleed the only guide upon whleh man may depcnd for the prescnt life and that which is to come is tho lesson taught in this sertnon. The text ia Acts vlli, 30, "Uuderstandeat tbou what tbou readest?" Of all the narratives and Incldenta ln tbe Bible there ia not one that Im presses me as more powerful and dra matle than thia conrersion of the aecre tary of the treasury of Queeu Candace'a court. It oecurrcd ln tbe midat of a great desert through the iustrumental Ity of a humhle traveling evnngellst, Pbillp by name. Tbls Ethioplan atates raan evldently had been sent to Jeru oaleun by his royal mistress ou a mla slou of lnqulry. MetUIuks 1 canJbear ber say to this member of her *^rlvy council: "Mr. Sccretary, we are not get ting as much money from our taxes as we ought. We must learn how to han dle better our natioual systein of financea. The expenses of the g...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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