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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 April 1908

irgtttiit Weekly Josrsal Datoted to the imerests of lancastei Ccumy ir Patticuiat; the Horthern Neck and Happahannock Yalley in Genetal. and the World at large Volumx XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1908. NUMBEB 30. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS'SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. OUR 8PECIALTIE8: Fruits and Vegetables, Poixltry, Live Stock, Egrgrs, Wool and F"rogf3. IIIUUKST I'KICES. PKOJIIT KETUltN'8. Correepoodeace antl sbipment. solicited. I. COOKE & SONS, General Commiasion Merchants, 7 Wa PRATT STREET. BALTIMORE, MD. 8UFFAL0 GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 4<? HORSE I'OWEH. CH2SAPEKAE LAUNCH AND UOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE.. NORFOLK, VA. HENll rOR CATALUGDK. SPECIAL 0 FFER OF ASQLINE ENGINES. W | liave eeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motort, laat ?war'a model, with thia year'a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 April 1908

ftoffHfhia iffteti. OKHOCKaTIC WEEKLT. [Bntered lu Irvlnglon P. O.m 2dclaasmattor.l TA. CITIZEN PUBLISIIINU CO., ri <!l IMI|-|{s. SUBSCKIPTION: $1 a year.in advan^e W. R ROWE. Ornca Maraobr Al. rommanictttion* or business W-ttrre should be addreswil t,> tln- Vntoi tfi v Citizbn, Irvlnaton, Va..to raeeiv* prompt attoation. Friday, April 24, 10O8. Thosb Ivichmond contemporai ief that some weeks ago let the cat o ?t of the b:ig in their contctnplattd whoop for Stuart for (Jovernor, u;.d aeero to be iu cahoot in crying "nm chine" to scare tbe votere, are pretty busy takiug down opinions from Stuart uicn coming in from the Ke publican Nintb, and also prcclaim iug from the houae top that a Stand ard Oil drurumer tiuds most of the drumtners for Stuart. Of course the Nioth is goiug to eend tidings for Stuart; for are there uot more R*> publicans there than Democrats, ar;d don't the Republicans dote on Mr. Henry Stuart since he ??turntd State'sevidence?" And ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 April 1908

LOCAJL MENTION. All communtcationa sbouid beaddreaaad to | be VtRoiHiA w'itizek. Irvinarton. Va. Orria James and Robt Davis are in Baltimore this week. W. R. Rowe spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Washington. Miss Evelyn Ryland spent Easter holidays with friends at Ottoman. Miss Lottie Bellows, of Ocran, spent Wednesday night at the parsonage. Griffin Garner spent a few days at his parental home here the past week. Messrs. Long and Lee leave tonight to visit daughtersat Blackstone Institute. Epworth League Social will meet tonight (Friday) with the Misses Hop kins. _ Mr. Tom Shackleford, of Warsaw, is in this section representing a very fine piano. _ Miss Ruth Ingram, of White Stone, spent a few days this week with the Misses Ilopkins. Wm. Gerhard, of Gerhard, Reed & Co., tailors, Baltimore, was here Tues day taking orders. Geo. StC. Smith, who has been suf fering from boils the past three weeks, is still so atHicted. Lost?A small signet ring, bearing letter "F.," som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 April 1908

Calmage Sermoti ? By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. New York, April 19.?lu this sermon,' approprlate to spring, the preacbet epeaks emourageuunt to those who ara now droppiug into the soil tbe aced that wiil yet bear fruit in good deeds, gospel teacalag uud noble sacriflce foi' others. Tho text Is John lv. 3."?: "Saj not ye there are yet four months and then corueth harvesl? liehold. I say uuto you, Jlft up your cyes nnd looh upon the flelds, Cor they are white al : ready to harvest." If these words were truo when Jesug uttered them to his diaciples noarlv ] 2,000 years ago, how much more true are they wliou spokeu to the meu and women of the present generatlon! These niuefoen centuriea of gospel prenehlng nnd gospel sacrlnces have ( not goue for naught. The preachlng | nnd the life labors of the twelve apos- \ tles, followed by those of Polycarp' and Atbnnnsius and Augustlne and Luther and Calvin and Wycliffe and Wesley and Whitefleld and Savonarola and John Knox and David I.iv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 May 1908

mnm Weetly Joernal Devot?d to the Ipterests of lancasler Ccunly in Particular; The Nonhem Hecfc and Bappahannocfc Valley in Ceneral, and the World at large. VOLUME XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1908. NtTMBER 31 CHAS. M. STRHVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 1U S. FREDERICK STREEI,,_BALT1M0RE, MD. R. A. antta DANNINU; Prlc. Llrt. 12 E. 10MBAR0 ST.. ?-? o.i?? n, BkTIMORE, MD., Wholeaal? Manufacturcr of ?Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and Daytons. . . Dealer ln . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. BUFFALO GASQLINE MOTDRS FOR 2 TO 40 IIOItSK POWEK. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTCR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. Si:M? i otc CATALOOCK. SPEGIaL OFFER OF GaSOLINE engines. W.? have aeveral 14 horee-power Huffulo GaaoJioe Motors, laat ? iar'd model, with thid year'a iuiprovetneuta, right from factory, ?vhich we otter for prompt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 May 1908

I)EM(Hkati( ? wi:kki.y. l?nt?rvilat lrviiiKton !'.<>.as:M ol?s*?nattor.: VA. nriZEX Pi blishixu co.. iinihiinis. Subscription: $1.00a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Officb Manager. All coiuaiuuicatioiis or tuisimss hii.i ihouhl 1h' uridiviscd i.? tlic ViaoiKI * i'iti/.kn, Irvlnjfton. Va.. to roci-ive prom|>t attentloil. Frlday, May l, UK>8. IS THE 8HOE PINCHING? The Richmond Bvening .Four nal jumpe on the Danvflle Etegku ter, and geta "hot under tbe eollar," becauee the Danvillias refers plainlv and pointadlv to "the treaeharoua attftude ol a eertainelemenl of the Democratic party and preae." An nntruth never hurte, whfle the comrerae isalmost invariably tnic Ergo, we take it there mnafl be eome jrr<-)undsforthel{ejiist?'i"s,li.iii:?'. We are oureelvea, aa a oaual thing, the last ones to hearof or reattes imput.-uions going the rounds, and for that reaaon are euppoee our Richmond contem porarieaarenot awareofthew.de spread nomnla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 May 1908

LOCAL Mi?NTION. All conamunicaii'in 8hou!d be adlrvaeed to h* Vir?ji?(ia OtnaSaT. Irvinjrton. V*. Have you paid your poll-tax? Public schoolcloses today (Friday). Miss Allen Croxton, of Essex county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. LewisBurke. Miss Inez Aiexander, Urbanna. waB guest of the Misses Willing thia week. W. G. Dunton is moving around after a severc attack of muscular rheuma tism. Mrs. Harry Hupkins and little daugh ter, Winfrcd, left Tuosday to visit rel atives in Baltimore O. H. Patterson, a worthy citizen of Mathews, is through thi_? section put ting up lightning roda, Wiliiarn Wise fcll from a wagon Mon? day morning an.l broko his right wrist. Dr. Newbill Mt the bono and he is get ting along very well. Tomorrow night closes the Treasurcr's li3t. Those not paying their poll-tax by that time cannot vote in next fall's Presidential election. Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Garner, of this place, and Misses Lottie and Gertie Bellows, of Ocran, went to Norfolk Tuesday to attend the great ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 May 1908

* Calmagc Sermori By Rev. Prank De Wltt Talmatfe. D. D. New York. April 'Jt*.?ln tbls serraoo the preacher exalts love as the hlghest of tbe Chrlstian graces. Dr. Talmnge bas reaigued his pastorate in I.os An geles. feeling tbe need of complete rvat. and haa gone to Kurope. where he will reuiain six months. He will couipose no sermoDR during hla abseuce. Tbe text of this farewell neniion is taken from I Corinthians xiil, 13, "And tbe greatest of these is love" (R. V.). Talkiug witb a frieud before settlng out ou my Europenu jouruoy, I re ferred to my loug cberlsbed desire to vbilt tbe faruous cnnyon of Arizona that I mlgbt study It and describe It to my eastern friends. "It cannot be done," aaid my friend. "No Ilvlng man could describe the graudeur and maj esty of that wonderful scene. Juat be? fore I weut there I was told that a man approached tbe brlnk of that uw ful chasm. and as be looked aeross it and down into its depths nnd up Into the sky he dropped upon his knees and crled:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 May 1908

irgiitia ttvZttu VOOUME XVII. Weekly Journal De.oted to the Interests cf lancastet County in Particular; the Norihern Hecfc and Rappahanncct Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908. Numbes 32. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. 6rokers and Commission Merchanls For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FRBDER1CK STREET.,_BALT1M0RB, MD. R. A. Sndfot PAIHIIIIr*' ctuie?? ui DArtNlnUj price uii. 12 E. LOM6AR0 ST., ???? ??????* ??. BATINIORE, MD., Wholcstile Maaufacturer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDs. . . Dealer ia . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HORSE POWER. CHSSAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. MJCVU KOK I'ATAI.OUl'f'. SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. Wo have 8Pveral 11 hoi6e-powor Buffalo Gasoline Motors, last ? ??ir's nmdol, with this year'a ituprovemeuta, right...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 May 1908

%hr fifgiMifl Sifori. I>KM< M ? u ATU! ^V PJBBKIV. IKntered at Irvinifton P. O.a ..itt-i YA. C1TIZEN PUULISHINbt CO.. I'UBLISHKKS. Subscriptiom: $1.00 a year, in advance W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. . All (ommunieaMona or boaiaaea tettera ehniild i>e addrcaaed tothe Vikoi.ni iOtizcm Irviug-tou, Va.. to reeelva prompl attcntion. Friday, May S, 1 008. XO TW'Q-YEAB I'Kl.MAR1B& Come now. wlir!i you Deuno cratic brethreii get to Koanoke let there be peace betwe -n the Bryanitee and theuul is. bel the primary-itea and the antfc. Let the majority rufe in uiotlera rioa.bul l?-i therebenobickering . noacrimonv. We have enough load abvady to carry, aad the spiiii of disgual which has made soiiiimvrn.'iiindependenl of par iv in this State is rapidly breed iuo.- troubje for Demoeracv and Virginia. The broad griii on the Republican brother who aita in the corneraogling between iiis Ongera shouM jar us sufttciently to cause a lii i lt> comnio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 May 1908

LOCAL MENTION. All cotnuiutilcat'ons should be nllnairjfj to t JO ViaOIMlA OlTUEM. IrVlOKtv>D.Va. Lee B. Simmons is nursing a large boil on wrist. H. B. Boughton. of Millenbeck, spent Thursday night here. Capt. W. L. Messick and Carroll Harding were in Norfolk this week. Mrs. R. S. Mitchell and children and "Mam Lettie" returned yesttrday from North Carolina. A number of persons from here left Monday to speud two 01 three days at the Chapman revival in Norfolk. Among the recent sick this week,now improved, are Mrs. L. II. Bryant, Mrs. Jas. Lokey, Mrs. W. McDonald Lee. A. P. Messick received a painful and severe blow on the nose a few days ago by the engine of his boat throwing a hand pump up in his face. Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Newbill. of Nor? folk, are visiting Dr. W. J. Newbill. Dr. Chris' health is not very good, and he will recreate hereabouts for awhilo. Capt. Willard D. Newbill left Monday for New York. He goes to Fort Riley, Kansas. fora few months, and then ex pects t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 May 1908

OUR FONDNLSS FOR FRUIT. Aaaertoama Pajltl l'rnitnr?rt S 170,000, OOO La\at U?r. We Auieticaus i>ossess an amaziog fondness for fruits. and we spcnd a lot of money to gratlfy it. For strlct ly orcbard products which found mar kets and presunmbly were consumed during the year onded June 30, 1905, the Auicrirau fanner received $"i'l.75i. 840, and we rslssd ln American vlne yards during the same period 1,500. 000.000 pounds of grapes, which crop brouK'lit our American vineyardists o -er $13,000,000 more. Nearly one-third of these grapes went into wiue, but the ?blgger portlon went to the consutncr ln elght aud four pound baskets and were presumahly eaten. Amerlonn suhtropical fruits hTWafJlt the produ cers nearly $10,000,000. aud we iuipor! ed from the West lndios aiul sontliem Europe $25,000,000 worth of tropical fruits. We pald the American farmer over $25,000,000 for his berrios dSOrltSf tfea short sutnmer season of 1905, aiul. put tlng the latter in the lists vaith fruits...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 May 1908

xrgittia Weekly Journal Deioted to ihe Inlerests ol Uwtttti Cctri> ii Pailiculat: the Norihern Neck and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large. VoiriJHE XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908. NUMBEB 33. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokars anl Commission Msrchants For MENHADEN FiSH SCRAP AND FISJH OIL. 114 S. FREDERiCK STREEf., BALTIMORE, ID. "? ' ? ?^aaaa?aaaaa?????^? R. A. Seadfor banning, r:;-;x."4 12 E. L0V13ARD ST.. ??'? ?-??? ?*- 8ATIM0RE, MD? <r?*aole*ale H"vuv.f%cturer of Carriages, Road Carta, Wagons and Daytons. . . Dcaler ia . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. 8'JFFALO GASOLINE MGTORS FOR ? TO 40 1IUUSE rOWKK. CH2SAPEM LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., SROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. man toK itr.\uii;iK. SPEulll OFFER OF G\S0l!NE ENGINES. fTs baVC a. vt i-.h1 14 boctat powet P.uffalo Gasoline Motors, laat -?^i;' ,????. :. iittl tliid ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 May 1908

tyht ffirnroin {ftttUra. naTmaafaCMAflC whkki.y. IKntertHl ?i Irvinylon P.o. us:M atati im.i TA. CITIZEN PIBLISIUM, CO.. PUULI8HERS. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Omcs Managkr. All (.uaiiiuiiiii-atlona or t.usim-sa lottcrs ehouhi be artitffjaaajd to tbe Vibmikia Citizrx lrving-tou. \ a..to reoelve i>rv>iu:>t ationtu>u FrKlity, May 1?3. IIMIK. 8ENATOH DAMs BPEfiCH. Senator Jefl Davis. of Arkuti sas. delivered hiniaeH <>ifa eel ora tion necentlv in the Seaate cham ber. H?hadprevioualv iiotiffed tiie public iiw.t he woiij.i. for the prevention of (rarbled report* i>\ mnewspapers, wriieoul hfeaa arsM. What bewoold haveeaid ii he had not tiisi hiniaelfdown tn plain {h-u and ink it is difficult m imagine, bul here are a fea i-\ tia.ts troni th?. apeeefa as laport ?il. He is gpeakUag of those vrho reported him on a Former ooca Mion : "Puniest ofereatures, miserable mon ocarpous misnamed men, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 May 1908

LOOAL MENTION. All oommuulcationa ibuuld be addreaaed to t 1* VlHUlMIA JlTlXEN, lrVIDKtoU.V*. Social Circle Monday night next at home of Mrs. Geo. D. Callis. Epworth League Social meets with Miss Heath tonight (Friday). Bernard Willing returned Wednesday from a week's visit to Baltimore and Philadelphia. _ Among the recent sick now improved are: Jas. Townsend, Harry Sanders, Geo. D. Callis, J. W. Haydon. Lancaster court next Monday. Rep resentatives oi* the Citizen and our Mutual Fire Association will be on hand. Fred W. Gunby and Misses Carolyn Gunby and Kubenette Lee are visiting relatives of the former in Cristield this week. Get into the High School wagon. If you have children it will save you hun dreds of dollars; won't have to send them away to school. Mrs. Annie Walker and Mrs. Mary Dunlevy, of Middlesex county, were here this week attending the obsequies of their father, Joseph Thomas. Registrars will sit at the varioua pre einets next Tuesday, 19th. If not on the registrati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 May 1908

rt?-. Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmatfe. D. D. Lo* AJlgOlaa, CfcL, Jnn. 5.-What we think wp are. what we really are ?nd what we inost desire lo l?t> ls the theme of this praotk-al sci:n.?ii. ||m preachor tnking for his t?\t .I.im.s i. xxili, "He ls llke unto n mau ueholding his ttatllial fa?v la ? niirror'' ^H. V.). It ls a atrange fact tbat ataet people kiiow llttle of their phyafcal apptur anco. The shrowd Bcottlea poet'a de sire is familinr to us nl!: Oh. wa?l Bome power the Kiftlc pie us To 8ee oursels as ithera aee us. But the "ciftle" ho invokod novor pve tho powor. No iikui ever sms hiiuself as lie is soen altbf l>y bis frionds of by bis onoinios. YVlu-n lookiug at our selves art) no.uly nlwnys have bhirred BPQCtacleB. Sir Anthony Yandyke. liko other groat portrait pahltora. BOOd bis ewa taee f<u- ? imxit-1, bai it Js vary likely the pictare waa not truo to life. Qveea BUaabeth bade ihe court artist eaalt the abadowa rrom bis picta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 May 1908

ttmnm Wwtlyjlournal Devoted to the Inlerests of Lancastei County in Patticular; the Norihern Hecfc and Rappahannock falley in General, and the World at large. VOLUMl XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908. NUMBEB 34. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORV AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Ilrokers and Commission Merchants For TVIENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRKDERIGK STREET., BALT1H0KB, HD. R ? A* Stnd fcr BANNING, STST 12 E. LOMBAKO ST., "- ??"** ?* BATIMORE. WD., Wbolesale Manufacturer of (Carriagea, Road Oarts, Wagona and Daytona. . . Dealer in . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makera* Suppliea. IliFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR * rO 40 HOIUE TOWER. CH2SAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKM? I'OK (Mni.IM.th. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOUNE ENGINES. W: liaw aeveral 14 horse-powcr lUiff.ilo GmoUm Motors, laat .^ir'a uiotL-l, wttli thia year'a iAiprov*menta. right from factory, .?*?:cli wr olli-r for prumj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 May 1908

l>K.M()tKATI( WBBCLY. , Kntered at Iiviag-ton P.O.asid elaws lUMtter. ?A. CITIZEN PUBLIftHINti CO.. I'VHMSHKKK. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. AU lointuuiiiiatnnis or bnsiiiess lettert* should be addres.sed to the Vikiiini \ ClTlXEK, Irvina-tuu. Va.. to raoetre atoaapt atteutioa. Priday, May 98, im?S. rrrsATAN b&hixij him A niottttiiieiit should be areeted iu cver\ Sotitheiu State ttapitol to the late Senator John T. \lor si.Mii.id' Alabama, aaau inceotive to QJIT VOUth. Not that this grand old uimii i> the only IIKUl wfao has ivsist?sl tlie leinpt ings to inake .'Msy his OH Bge ao far ;is money m con turuoa, l?ut ,ts an example of one \\ho haW oul fatthhri to the ''it.l ;ui<i ui.nl*' no bragabout it. It is.i foctnol generallyknown tlmtrBeoator Morgan refuaed a sjil.irv of $."?().OOO n yo.-ii- to l?<> eomecouneel forCollis P. Hum hujton'a railroada, or if known. forKotten. Tneiact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 May 1908

LOCAL MENTION.j All communtcations should be addreMvd to t to ViKOiNiA Jitizkn. Irviutctou. V*. Messrs. Griflith and Taylor spent Tueaday in West Point, Va. Captain Forney is aporting a new trap behind a handsome Bedworth filley. Capt. S. P. Simmons returned Fri day from a ten-days* trip to Richmond. Bud Broadus and sister, Miss Nettie, of Warsaw, are visiting their uncle, Geo. Sanders. _ Archie Kirkniyer left last week to spend some time in the tnountains of Maryland for his health. Mrs. Thomas F. Ford and Miss Olive Whife, of Baltimore, are on a fort nightavisit to Mrs. J. F.. Bussells. JudgeT. R. B. Wright, accompanied by Mrs. Wright. daughter, Miss De-lla, and Miss Ware, spent Sunday here, en route to Lancaster court. Miss Caroline Coulboum returned Sat urday with Miss Gunby from Cristield aiul was guest at her cousin's until Wednesday of this week. The drama "Arthur Eustace, or A Mother's Love," to be played tonight (Friday) here by Irvington talent, will be earried to Urbanna ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 May 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrlfht. 1908. by Edwln A. Ny?. THE OLD HORSE. He la no looger a beuuty, is old Blll. He is knockkneed. ns you can see. ! where he standa there obedlcnt to your ] will. But ilftecn years aa* those lej;s ivere aa ueat and trlui as those of auy . moroughbred. They have been aaajHad in your ser\ lee. With a prlde in his golug qualilies you drove him pell-I mell over hard roads and pivetnents. And you let him st.uul by tln> hour at ? atftjehfaaj racb arblla you daiiied. Btaaapaaj Ia aaauaar to baaa <>ff the tties and in winter to keep his blood in eireulation. poundcd over pavemeuts, ' what wonder he is l>owlegged now. His old head droops. You remcmhcr when there was a lordly arch in that neek, "clothed with thunder." P.ut you used the over-; etaeck, causing n painful tenslon of the flexor niusi-les of the neek. hlmlailBj full respiration and elrculntlou of the blood and causinj; quick fntl^ue. Now he c...

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