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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 March 1908

itira VonratR XVII. -Weekly Joutnal Devoled to the Interests oUancasieKHunty in faiticuiai; the Horthetn Heck and Bappahatmocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAROH 20, 1908! NUMBER 25. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAIV1SHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants Fot * MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1GK STRBET^_BALTIMORE, MD. OUR 8PECIALTIES: ^rriiits a.ncl yegetables, FovLltry, ILi-sre Stocls:, M.ggsi, "Wool AXid Frogs. HHitlKST PBtCBS. PBOMP* HKTUBNS. C'orrespnmtcnce and ahiptBtltta solicitcd. I. COOKE <& SONS, Qeneral Oanmiaaiov Meroaanta, 7 W, PRATT STREET. BALT.MORE, MP. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR ? TO 40 HOBSE l'OWKR. CHSSAPEKAE LAUNCK AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. aaaai roa uaTALooaa* SPtGifil OFFER OF GASQLINE ENGINES. W: baaaatfaral 14 horte-power Battato Garfoline Motore, laat Haur*a aiodel, aith thiayear'a iBaproveaseata, r...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 March 1908

DEMOCRATIC WRCRLT. \ Knt*r?Hilu Irvlnatun P. O.aa SUdaaa tnatur.l VA. tlTlZKX pi-iii.isiiim: <(>.. raamaaaa 8UBSCRIPTION: $1 a ycar.ln advarce W. II. RO-VE. Ornca Manaobh. Al. cummunioations or buslneaa lattcri ?hould be addreamti to the Vihhikia Citi/.i:n, Irvinatun. Va.. to reueive prompt alteiitn.n. Frlday, Mareli M >. 1908. THAT THIRTEEN MONTHS* BUGABOO. There haa been much harpiog on tbe Board of Fieheriea dt6ciency and the embracing of thirteen tnontba io ita annual report. Senator Keezell denied before the Senate that the re? port inciuded thirteeo months, and the Senate believed him, and we have seen no one with authonty who will admit tbe correctneee of thia gratuitoua charge by Coogrcssman Joue8, notwithatunding tbe. Warsaw Newa falaely says it has been admit tfd. They can lay no anch flattering QDCtion to their hearts. Oo thecon trary, the people loudly condemn these ffforts to discredit the admin iatration of our wa'ersffaira aud put all Tidewater io diafavor wi...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 March 1908

LOCAL MLBNTION. All oommuotcation* should bc atMrosaed tc bo VlROINlA JlTIZEN. IrvinKton. Va. Fertilizer inspector R. B. Broun paaaed through here Tuesday. Chas. Haydon, of Newport News, is visiting relatives here this week. Will Mr. W. E. Thrift, who paid us a dollar Monday, let us know his postoffice? A pair of slow mules and wagon and harness, at Millenbeck, to sell cheap. Apply to G. E. Lewis. Postponed Epworth League Social will meet vvith the Misses Brewington Friday night of next week, 27th. Dr. L. M. Irving, of Baltimore, was here last week and sold the bugeye Frencby to parties from Crisfield, Md. Among the recent sick, now improved, are: Mra. Lewis Burke, Bancroft Cal lis, Fred, Marjorie and Lelia Jones. Myrtis James. _ The Lancaster girls at Blackstone are expected home tomorrow on two days' vacation, following the spring concert of tonight. Recent misdoings, still continuing, of some bad boys around this village call for correction from parents' hands; otherwise ofHcers ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 March 1908

Calmage Se By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage. D. D. ? Los liajflea. GaL March 15.?Froin an Incidont in the early history of tbe Cbristinn church tbe preacher ln this ?artaaa iliaws tba laaaaa that an apoeal to God ln praycr should be made In areif eaae <.r daabf utd diltieulty. The toxt hl Ari; i. L'l. uAad they prnyod. 'J'bou. Lard, arbacb baowaat the hearts or all aian, akoai wbataac of taaae two nn'u tbou iMist eaaaaa." Tbe enaeatxaaa araa over. The little aearterad baad of dlaetptea bad been faraaajbft taajataat* i>y the aaeaaal and third aapaaraacaa of jesus. Tbe ascen. slo-.i aiso wns over. Now the disclples were ablding al .Iciusalem awaitlng tbe day af Paatacaat The timeseeraed to tba dlacaataa appraprtata for com pleting tiie orgauizatiou of the Infant church. The defection of Judas had left only alaraa nposttes. Should not tha aararJcal Daaabar corresponding to tbe twelve tiU>cs of Israel be made up? The aaacJpiaa appaar to have tbought bo. Oaa raaaoa was that tlie uu...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 March 1908

Weeklyjournal De^totjiejnteiestsjif laMa^Ccun^ the Noithein Wecfc and. Rappahannocli Valley in General, aad the World al Large Volume XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1908. NUMBEB 2(5. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEIN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD, Eatablished 1KG?. Hcfer ^{SffVSJSSfffJSSL OUR 8PECIALTIES: 2Fr\xits and \Teg;et?a.)3lefi>, I*o\xltry? Live Stocl*., Eggs, ^iVool and JFrogrsia. HIUHE8T PRICES. PROMPT ltKTUKNB. Correepoudence aud shipments eoliciled. I. COOKE & SONS, General Conimission Merchant8, 7 W. PRATT STREET. BALTIMORE, MD. BUFFALU GASOLINE NIOTORS FOR 3 TO 40 IIOR*K POWRR. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SENl) 1 OU CAT.Vl.Otil'K. SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We bave aeveral 14 liorse-power Huffalo Gaaoline Motora, la8t <ear'a modcl, with this yc...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 March 1908

fhr \ i ui gtrim. OKHIXHATIC WEEKLY. lEuteredln 1. vWiaton F. O. aa Sdciasamuttvr.l ?a. GITIBtai rniMsiiiMi r<>., n r.i.iMimv 8UBSC1UPTION: $1 a year.tn advance W. R. RO?/B. OrFica Manaobr Al. loiunniuicationa or buainess letters ahould bc udd rvsacd to tho Viiumm \ fin/.KN, Irvington. Va., as rccvlvc promj-t attctitiun. Friday, March 27, 1008. MANUFACTURED GAS. If it were not so utterly abiurd and diaguatiug, it might be amuaing, the way aome newspapers tbe city fel lowaleadiog off aud the little fellowt trailing along-when in bard linea po litically atart the cry of "machine" or "boea." When they get down and out by votea of the people tbey atart to cry, and the bnrden of their woe is the "machine! ', tbe "macbint!" We remember the cry of wolf; it fooled tbe people once, twice?bnt after awhile the wolf came in e irnest. This tribe of papers bawl ed machine for some time up to aix or aeveu years a^fb, and fooled the people. But when the real machine did come in tbe people tur...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 March 1908

RELItilOUS APPOINTMENTS. METIIOIi Rev. E. F. Cakneh. Paator. Irvington, Flrnt and Third Sundaya, 11 A.M.; 8ecoud aud Fourth Suudave, M'. M. White Stone. Flretaud Third SuDd'?yt>. j I*. M. Seeond and Kourtb Sundays, 11 A. M. Aabury (Fleets' Island >. Secoed Sunday, :i F. M.; Third Sunday. 8F.M. Provldeuc*' Ctitpoi, Fifth Sunday. II A. M. 1'oplarNeck. Fuurth Sundav. 3 V. M. Weema, Fifth Sumlav.8 F. M. Weeiey, Firat Sunday, * F. M. Kev.Pohtkh IHrhy, F\?tok. White Marsh. Fourth Sunday, 11 A.M.;Socond Sunday, 11 A.M. Kdgely, Fourth Sunday, :? 1*. M.:Second Sun? day. 3 F. M. Rehoboth. Fi.st Sunday, II A. M.. Third Sun? day . 9 F. M. BluffPotnt. FIibi Sunday. :i P. M.: Third Sun? day. II A.M. Kilmarnock Hall. First 8unday. 7*1 F. M. Ml'a. Third Sundiy. 7:*.' F. M. BAPTIST. Rwv. if. W.Cuavbuook. Pastor. Irvington, Seoond and Fourth Sundays. ;>:;,0 P. M.; First Sunday. 8 F. M. Wicomico, Firstand Thtrd 8unduyo.UA. M. KUinarnock. Secoud and Fourtb Suudayv, 11 A. M. Hluff Point Chapel,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 March 1908

Calmage Sermon fly Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. t New York, March 22.?That each of us ln his own sphere owes to the world the duty of carrylng out the great pians hiuI purposes of the noble nilnds that are gono Is the theuie of this ser inon, the text for which ls II KIngs II, 14, "And he took up tbe inuntlo of Klljnh." We naturally grieve wheu a young uiau of brilliaut promise dies. There nre so few youug nien cupablc cf flll iug tbe places of the great men who are pussiug away we can 111 affcrd to spare any of them. When that moet brilliaut young miulster of the Brlck church of New York, Maltble Babcock. iluriug an attack of dclirlum resultlog froiu Itotnau fever coiuinitted sulcide Ui the capital of the Caesars the Prea byteriau geucrnl assembly was ln ses? sion in Phlladclphin. The ruoderator uunouuced the sad news. A hush fell over that great assembly. lt was al? most consternatlon. Gray halred inin t.stcrs looked at one another In sor rowful umuzement. They had expected ...

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

Qtnm HiiHtn, VOLUME XVII. Weekly Journal Devoied to ttie Inlerests of Lancasief Ccunty in Parlicular; the Nonltern Hecfc and Rappahannock Ifalley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AVMl, 8, i!)0?s. NUMBEB 27. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Comimssion Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. OUR SPECIALTIES -Frviits and Yegetables, :Po\xltry, Live Stock, ESfiT?* Wool and F*rof?s. 1IU11IEST PKIGES. PROMPT UETURK8. Correspondence and shipmenta solicited. I. COOKE <& SONS, General Commission Merchants, 7 W. PRATT STREET. BALTIMORE, MD. BUFFALO GASOLINE NIOTORS FOR I TO 40 BOK&B POWBB. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKNl> lOK (Al Vl.OOCK. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. Wc have several 14 horee-power ttuffalo Gaaoline Motors, last ? ear'a moilel, with thia ytar's iuipro...

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

I Boteredin lrvtn*Mio P. O. *s SJ<i cl?s? tu ?A. CITIZEN Pi HWsniNi; 00 Pf Itl.lSUKKS. S17BBCK1PTI >N: $1 ayear.in advanct W. R UOWB. OrvicR Mahaobr Al. io?nnfcnatlnin <>r baataaaa w-ttt>rs shoulil be addfMaed totbeVuroiBtACi Ir\ iujjtun. Va., to rtv?iv?> i>roui|>t iitti-nt .'?n. FrUlay, Aptil 11, ltH'X. 1IOOD, BAD AND INDIFFERENT. T? have a repreeentative in the Leg isiature, or in Congreas, that traly represeuta his people U ? g>od thiog. A Repreaentative may be abif, in one aenae and yet not be worth a picuyune. Ability conots, but the cold-blooded uian, always looking out for aelf and ridiog under heel all who do not ugreewith hitnuud a-e notthorough ly subservient to him, who antago nizes unnecesaarily other metnbers of the body or the officiala that are in power, m bettt-r left at honae. In the halla of legialation a diatrict or sec tion would be far better off if it had no represeutulivc to hold down the allotted seat To be of ser?ice one must not o...

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

LOCAL, MENTION. All wmmuntcttioni ehould b* ftddrea**d to b? Vihuimia CiTixcN. IrvinKton. V?. Miaaes Ava Willing and Edna Cum mings are in Norfolk this week. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at the home of Mrs. Jno. C. Brewington. Mias Carolyne Gunby entertained a few friends at her home Wednesday evening. Mi8s Ruth Messickand Miss Marjorie George were guests of Mrs. C P. Palmer the past week. Purebivil l>ar?v?l lMvmoiitli Itoi-k i-jtrk for tiatchintf from st roiij;. Ii< aithy un.l tnuut il ully barrvd blr?ls. $1 for st'ttmv of i:.. A. Il.l.tUKS. Wliiu- Stoin-, \ a. ? A-iiong the recent sick now improved are: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones, Mrs. A. N. Trible, Mrs. H. L. Creighton, T. J. Haydon. _ Clarence Brewington and sisters, Miases Myrtle and Lily, spent a few daya this week with relatives in Mathews. Little Miss Annie James returned Wednesday from New York, where she spent the winter with her aunt, Mrs. Annie McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Long, Mrs. J. W. Haydon, E. F. Thompson, F. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 3 April 1908

Calrnage Sermon By Rev. Prank Dc Wltt Talmatfe. D. D. New York. Marcb 21).?lu this 6er luon tho preachor tells of the power of song as an iufluence on buniun life and rhraclrr and wpaelally of gospei song as a tneaus of winning men from sln to righteoiisuess. Tbe text is I Chron. vl. 31. "And these are tbey wbom Da vid set over the aervlce of song In the bouse of the I.ord." I well reiuembcr a Sunday I onca epent upon the roof of the cathedral at Miiun. I had been away from home for tnauy weeks aud was very lonely and hoinesick. l-'urtheruiore, I waa buugry for an old faahloned Chrlettan aervlce of tbe type of tbe American lueetlng house. 1 bnd been ao long wituessing the Europeandesecratlon of tbe Snbbatb that 1 yearued for tbe slm p!e service of my owu home church. 1 eutered tbe cnthedral of Milau that uiorniiig boping tbat my louglng for worship mlgbt be gratifled; but, alas, noue of it was there! That huge ca thedra! ls capable of boldiug 40,000 WOWjhlpera. Thousnuds of people w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 10 April 1908

ttmnm iii^ett* _?_*yjLJ!!!!^i_0w>l,J >0 lhe lnlerests of Lancastet Ccui"y'" Particirtai; the Horihern Wecj.and Rappahannock Valley in General. and the World at large VOLUME XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JffiBL 10, 1908. NUMBEB 28. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHIIMISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRBDBR1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. E.Ubll.hod 1849. B.r?rto|?J??,.Vc!?"|,!;,>5!^S.k?. OUR 8PECIAUTIES: Fruits and Vegetables, ^oiirtry. Live Stock, E?Tgs, "Wool and Frogs. II1UHEHT eitlCKS. PBOMPT BETUBNa. Correepoodeoce and gbipments solicited. I. COOKE & SONS, General Commission Merchants, 7 W. PRATT STREET. BALTIMORE, MD. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 1IOK3E POWEB. CHESAPEK AE L AUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKNH 1 OK V VTAI.lKil'K. SPEC1AI OFFER OF ASOUNE ENGINES. We haveaeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Qasoline Motora, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 10 April 1908

$ht Qit? nia (Eittern. I?K*IOCRaTIC WEEKLT. I Botered ln lrviniion P. O.aa 9d claaa oaateer.] TA. CITIZEN PUBLlftHINtf CO.. PUBLISBKK9. 8UBSCKIPTION: $1 a year.tn adTame1 ?? ?* W. R ROWE. Ornca Manaobr Al. AI. loiumutilcatlon* or buslnea* lettcra should bc ucblrosaeil to the Vikuinia t'mzr.N Irvinatoii. Va.. to receivo prompt attention. Friday, April lO, 1908. "It is hinted in political corners in Richmond that certain erstwhile Demo cratic leaders if disappointed in Stuart'a getting the nomination for Governor will give sympathy to the Republicans hereafter, in an effort to build up a strong Republican party in the State." ?Virginia Citizen. This is very grave inainuation to be directed at "erstwhile Democratic lead? ers" prominent inpreference for one of theaspirants for party honors. It in volves. if true, not only the political loyalty but the political honor of those at whom aimed, and it particularizes too closely to stop where it does. Who are the men who are already meditat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 10 April 1908

bUCAL MttNTlON. ?II oomiaunloations should bcaddrvased to ?* inoiaiA JirizEN. Irviaa-ton. Va. Captain F. A. Gunby and A. D. Dart were in Norfolk this week. Jas. Willey has accepted a position on police steamer Rappahannock. Interesting temperance meeting at Irvington next Thursday night. Public invited. _ Miss Annie Baugher, of Baltimore, visited relativea and friends here this week. Mrs. C. O. Brooksand little daughter, of Baltimore, are visiting relatives here. _ Mrs. A. S. Mitchell, of upper Lan? caster, is a guest at Proprietor Miteh ell'a hostelry. Mra. Sarah Barrett and niece, Mrs. Percy Brundage, of Baltimore, are vis? iting relatives here. Representatives of the Citizen and N. N. M. Fire Ass'n will be at Heaths viUeMonday (courtday). Lookthemup. SherirT Chowning, great sport, sent Commonwealth's Attorney Newbill aad Editor Lee each four black-neck ducks this week. Mrs. R. S. Mitchell and little sons. Gunyon and Carter, with nurse, left Monday night for a month's visit to rel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 10 April 1908

Calmage Sermon ^ By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. New York. April 5.?In this sermon the preneher shows that the path of reetltmle and duty is the only road to bappiuess, no uiatter how alluring oth? er ways may seem to us at tiiues. The text ls Psahn xevll, 11, "Light is sown for the rlghteous aud gluduess for the upright iu heart" This ls au unfamiliar metnphor. We are uot accustoiued to thlnkiug of llgbt as of souiething that uiay be sown, as the faruier sows gruiu iu tbe spring. Llgbt comes froui heaveu to drive away the gioom of tbe night, to revlve induatry, to start again tbe wheels of business life, to scatter the vultures, wluged or human, that prey in tbe darkueas. We are tbankful to God for the light that he seuds to us every ilnwn. But this coneeptlon that the psalmist utters, of light springing as a harvest frora seed sown, is novel to us. It suggests the idea of the dark ness of sorrow or of trial, ln which Uod's children tuust live at times, contrastiug it with th...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 17 April 1908

irgittitt (E&ftejtn. Wartlyjoarnal Devoiad lo Ihe Imetests of Laucasiei Ccumy in Particuiar; the Norlhecn Neclt and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large VOMJMH XVIT. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAT, APRIL 17, 1908. NUMBEB 29. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WH0LE8ALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Biokers and Coramission Merchanls For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. PREDER1CR STREST.,_BALT1M0BB, MD, Eatabllahed tM?. Refer U^^^JtSSSTUSSU OUR 8PECIALTIE8: 2Fr\iits and Vegetables, JPoxiltrjr, Li^re Stock, EgrgT^, Wool axid Frogs. HIUHtiST IMIICB8. PROMPT KETUBNB. < Vtrrespnndence and shipmenta eolicited. I. COOKE <& SONS, tleneral (ommiseion Merchants, 7_W. PRATT 8TREET. BALTIMORE, MP. BUFFALO GASOUNE MOTORS FOR I TO 40 HOEII POWER. CHSSAPEKAE LAUHCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., 8ROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. SFSIl r??K CATAI.OCiOK. SPEGIAL OFFEd OF ASQLIKE ENGINES. U have 8??veral 14 hnise-power Buffulo Gaaoline Motora, l...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 17 April 1908

OEMOURATIG WEKKI.V. tRoteredtn lrvioirton P.O.aa Sdclasamatter.! ?A. CITIZBN PlBLlSHiNU to. PDBLIHHERS. 8UB3CRIPTION: $1 a year.in advanr. W. R. ROWE. Ornc? Minaoer Al. commanicHtionn or btsataesa tottati ihouM be atld ressod to the Vih?ii\i a ?'itizkn Irvlng-ton, Va? to recelvo prompt Httcntioii. Frtday, April 17, 19U8. OYSTERS AND NEW YORK HEALTH BOARD. New York City is congratulating it self over the action of the State Board of Health in trying to prevent the sale of diseaae-bearing oysters in that city. Somuch typhoid has beeu traced di rectly to oysters in New York City that a crusade was made against this danger, and it was found upon exami nation that many oysters were fattened on bottoms deluged with the sewerage from the millions of people living in and around New York City. The popularity of the oyster as an article of food and the difficulty that the health authorities had in dealing with this question show the extent of the demand for this lus cious bivalve. The danger ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 17 April 1908

LUCAL MENTION. All oommuotuations should bcaddrvased to b? VlKOINIA v'lTlIEH, IrVHlKtOU. Va. H. Jeter Haydon, of Urbanna, was here a few days this week. E. W. Long and F. G. Newbill were in Baltimore the past week. Try Bonsal's Baltimore roasted cof fee. None better; but few as good. * Dr. J. B. Hodgkin left Tuesday for two weeks' visit to Manassas and other places. _ Baptist Social Circle meets Monday night next at the home of Dr. George H. Oliver. _ Let every citizen pay his poll-tax this month. Election is but htUe over six montlis olL _ Wnile burmng brush Monday fire got away from Orris James and did a little damage to some luncing belonging to M. H. Wilder. "Ihe Confederate Spy," a stirring drama, will be played U) the Opera Houae here on VV'ednesday night, April 29th, by a dramatical troupe from Urbanna. Pure bred barred Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching from strong, healthy and beautifully barred birds. $1 for setting of 15. A. H. James, White Stone, Va. ? We would remind all w...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 17 April 1908

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Prank De Witt Talmatfe, D. O. *? New Voik. AprJl If ?iu this ser tuou the preaeher refeis to the wonder ful Providenee whk-b pivs^rves uen aisld countlesa daugers on every slde and shows us that it is Gods way of admonishing us to better llves aud greater aetivity in his service. The text is Acta Txvii, 44. "Aud so it earue to pass that they escaped all safe to land." What an awful catastrophe Is threat ening the Alexnndrian corn suip ou .which Paul, the great apostle, ia belug carried a prisoner to Roiue! You may plcture the heavlng. rocklng blllows; you may talk about shrieklng Eurocly don; you may illastrate for me the poor aailors and the frightened soldiers and the terrlned passeugers for mauy days In the darkness of the tornado aud in the blaeknesa of the night tossed about opon theae Meditei rnnean waters with ont coinpaas and without guide. But, after all, the most impresslve part of this chapter, which proves to me tbe horror of this cyclone, is the l...

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