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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 May 1908

irginia Xl%3ttL Weefcly Jouraal Devoted to ihe laterests ol Lancaster Ccunly in Particular; the Horihem jaaj and Rappahannock Valley in General, aod the World at largo. VoLData XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1908. NUMBEB 35. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRBDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, HD. 6ANNING, R. A. Saadfor Catalogue aad Prloo Liat. 12 E. LQM3ABD ST., ??- ????? ?*. BALTIMORE, MD., Wholcaalc Mauufacrurer of Garriagea, Road Carta, Wagons and Daytons. . . Dealer in . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. BUFFALO 6AS0LINE MOTORS FOR I to 40 tioitst: POWaUL CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO.. A'g'ts., srook ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKN1I rilK c.% rti.miUK. SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. Wo have several 14 hoise-power Huffalo Gaaoliue Motora, laat eajaVr't ui?dcl, with thia yt-ar'a iitiprovementa, right from faetory...

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 May 1908

?hc ^irgima tfiiiiscn. PKMtK'KATIC MEKKI.Y. [ Knteml at Irvinatoii P.O. a?2?l class tnattrr. TA. ?ITIZEN PUBLISHING CO., PUBMSHKRS. SubsCRIPtion : $1.00 a year. in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. All tommunicaUons or butiiuesa lutters should bo adUres.v-d to the Vihuima Oti/.fn. lrving-tou. Va..to receive prumpt attaaatloav Friday. May !2?, 19t??. HEAT IN THE PRIMARY. Referring to the acrimony and ex change of Kerious accusations andhard words in the Kighth district congres sional contest, The Vikoinia Citizkn says that these are the results of the primury election system. Now, as a matter of fact, cannot the Citizen re call that in the convention days similar unpleasant cotiditions developed, only very much worse? Does it recall the scandals developed by precinct meet ings notices for which were tacked on trees so high from the ground that no man could read them unless he was on top of a wagon load of hay? Is it not a fact that nearly every convention was preceded and followed...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 May 1908

TEKMS OF COURTH. 12TH OlRCUIT JcDOBT. K. IJ. WHMIHr. RICHMOND CO.Pirat Moii.lay In Jaauary, Marvh. May, July, Septeuiber and Novem ber, NOKTHl'MBKRLAND CO.-Scoond Monday la February, Aprll, June. August. October aad Dacomber. LANCASTER CO.-Tblrd Monday ia Jaauary, March. May. July, September au.l Novem bor. WESTMORBI.AND CO.- Fourth Monday ia February. Aprll, Jun?, AiiarutU. October aad Deceuiber. ESSKX CO.?Thlrd Monday in February. Aprll, June, Auguat, October aud Dayceuiber 13th CiRcoiT? Jcdue C. B. Jonis. MIDDLKSBX CO.?Tueaday after the 4th Monday tn January, Man.h, May. July, BaaaaaafeaaT aud Suvt"i'bor. KEI.lUlur.S APPOINTMENTS. MKTHODIST. Rtv. K. F. (Uhnkh, Pastor. (rvlii(tou, First an.i Thii.! Sun.laya, II A.M.: Bae iu. and Fourth sut.daya, 8 I'. M. WhltaStoue. First and Thlrd Sandaye. i P. M ; Seeood and Fourth Sundays. II A. M. Asbury iFlectV 1-datid), Seoond Hundav." P. M.; Thlrd *unuay. *< P. M. Poplar N?-oa, K.urth Sun.la*. :i P M Wia'ty, First Sunday, B P. M. Kev. Po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 May 1908

Immortal Dead j?j ?tf? Recumbeiit Fltfufa of Robart E L*>r.L?vinoton Va af | WHAT deeds were theirs, the soldier dead Of Dixie, wlutt heroic deeds Upon a thousand battle mcads That quaked btneath their martial tread! What hearts were theirs, what hearts of hope That urged them on to doom's eclipse_ To lie with cold and bloodless lips On sodden plain or purple slope! What valor theirs, and all for naught! What knightly, high devoted souls Upbore them bravely toward the goala Where only wreck at last was wrought! Call Lee's battalions back today, Their whited phantoms from the past, And mark the eager heroes masaed And marshaled into lines of gray! And. hark! Along the moving linea, The stoutest foeman to appall, The "rebel yell," the southland"* call, Is thrilling through the aisles of pines! They ride, as oft tKey rode in pride, With Stonewall Jackson in the van. And here, behold, is Stuart's clan, And yonder Forrest's rangers ride! V They charge, as once they charged in vain Whe...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 June 1908

irgxitta Weekly Joutnal Devoted lo tlte Intetests ol lancsslet Ccunty in Partitular; the Norttiern Hecfc and Rappahannodt Halley in General, and the World at Large. VOMTMK XVII. IBVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, JUNE 5,1908. NUMBEB 36. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHAOEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICi STREET.,_BALT1M0RE, MD. R. A. S.adfct fiANNING, STST 12 E. lOMiARO SI.. ???. ?,.,.d s., BUTimORE, MD., Wholeaal< Manufacturer of tOarriages, Road Carts, 'Wagona and Daytons. . . Dealer in . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makera' Suppliea. BliFFALO GAS8LINE MOTORS FOR ?J TO 40 HOftSB l*OWKK. CHSSAPEKAE LATJNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. SKMI Kllt fATAI.IMiOK. SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOIINE ENGINES. Ws BAVt ?j?'v? r;il 14 horae-powrer Buffulo (iasoliue Molori, lMt ?varfl iiuhU I, wilh thia yeur'd improvemonts, right froni factory, ..vltidi wi- off...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 June 1908

%hr yiroima (ftUi*cn. 1)I:.M(Kuath WntKLY. IKntervU at Ir\ inirtoii P.O.aaftl eJa-?< tuntter.' ?A. CITIZEN PUBLlftHINtt CO., 'VHI.ISHKRS. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Omcaj Mana?er. All loinmotiications or business lettei* stiould be addresseil to the Vikuinia Citizkn, lr\ iiiKlon. Va., to i?.e \t> (m :ii|.| | n.-nt 1..11. Frlday, June 6% l?OK. A REHASH. "Democratic newspapers which are constantly criticising and abusing Mr. Bryan are doing the Democratic party a great deal more harm than the R?? publican press of the country, and it seons to us that they should either change their poiitics or stop vituperat ing Mr. Bryan, their party's leader. - Brunswick Gazette. "We agree heartily with our Bruns? wick contemporary. Yet we are re minded that the Gazette isoneof those loud in berating our party and its lead ers in State poiitics. Preaching is well but practice is better."?Virginia Citi zen. It is pleasing to see the Brunswick Gazette hoist in this insta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 June 1908

LOCAL MENTION. AUcommunloationaahould be addreasMl to t te \ ikoi.nia Citizrn. Irvinjrtoo.Va. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at the home of Mra. George C. Kirkmyer. Children's Day exercises will be held in the Baptist church here next Sunday night. Miss M. Kate Messick is visitiug her sister, Mrs. A. P. Rowe, in Freder icksburg. Miss Margie George returned Mon day from an extended visit to Mrs. C. F. Palmer at Moran. Misses Marie and Kuth Beane, of Lancaster Courthouse, were guests of the Misses Hopkins the past week. S. F. Simmons lost a promising little colt last week from injuries receivedby getting tangled in a barbed wire fence. Captain George Abram, of Fleets' Island, wa8 here this week with his large gasoline boat on Rilee Bros'. railway. _ Arnong the recent sick now improved, are: Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Mrs. Ernest Meekins, Mrs. J. W. Huydon, Mrs. Jas. Lokey. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. F. Gouldman, jr., and little sori, Francis, of Freder icksburg, are spending a few days this week at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 June 1908

i wm m m A True Story of the Civil Waa DAVID J. WALTON Copyright. I9GS. by C. N. Luri. :^ eee The eoa ?pt The in w alt/.lnu ?.i \iit.u. surrn 11 rxkii i-ai.i:. H V. It E was a soutitl of revel rj l>y night" in Yh-kslmrg. the faanoofl Ooofed erate Btroaaf lioid. It was ?'hrlstaBM In 1S(L.' light." t<? tihUC the Byroidc <piota ttoek "s li o n e oVr fair WOBB en and bravv inen." Tlie meii were Oeaifeder ate etfkeca. The women enaaa th? beatMiful iK'li.?.-; ?.f tbe Mississippl iHy. For many weeha lieneral Gcaaf, tbe Boemy. had uianearered at ihe ooter grttes. Tl).M!-!i he had retbvd tem porarily. it u;is hut to de\ isr and cx eeute new plaus for baktaft Ihe eiiy. By ndnclag Vkrkaburg tbe Dafcoa toreao woatd roatfol the Mississippi to the sea. eutlin- tlie ? '..nfedera. y in twain. The ISBportaace Of hohlingtbls peelttoai was imrtBneiinl in the Con redetatc canee Christmas is Christinas. whether in ?W '" !? p?'.i< e l-'alr w-oiiien and brave BaM will daaee n.niyht. whnt ever ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 June 1908

fltnm VOMJMB XVII. Weelly Joaraal Deveted lo ihe laierests of Lancaster Couniy in Pariicular; the Horthern jajfc and Rappaaaaaocl gajjay ia General, and the World at large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908. NUMBEB 37. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND M ACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Meichants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND-FISH OIL. IU S. FRKDERICK STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. R. Aa Sead for D A a\l LU I bVI af^ CaUlogue asd DANNINli, Me. u.t. 12 E. LOMShRD ST.,??* ?m?? m., BUTIIIORE, MD., Wboleealc atauufacturer of Carriages, Road Carts, WftgoaH and Daytons. . . Dealer ia . . . . Carriage- and ....... Wagon-Makers* Supplies. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 iioksi: power. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK ave., NORFOLK, VA. MtCNlJ rt>K LATALIXIUK. SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. Wa have several 14 horse-power Buffalo (Jasoline Motora, laat ?r-.?r'a uhhKI, with tliia year'a ituproveiiieiits, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 June 1908

&he -Ykjjima (ftitiscn. DK.NUM-HATlt' WKKKI.Y. E..ter??l at Irvington P.O.asSd cla** miUU'r.] YA. C1TIZEN Pl'KLlSHlNi. CO.. I'lllllsHKKS. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. All lonunuuk-ations er busine^ letter* should he addressed to tht Viiuunia Oitizkn, Irvlnstou. Va,.to reeeive protnpt sttrnti n Prtday, Juue 152, lOOH NK(.1J:<TI\<; iil'It 0PPOR TUNfTlES. Since the appearance in these col utnns a few days since of an editorial urg?ng the farrmrs to get "back to farming and quit murdering their tim ber lands, we have been informed by a large fertilizerdeaier in this city that there were many evidencies that they were doing this very thing. This is aa it should l>e, and we hope to see this section eonverted into a truoking country of rich value. Convenient as wearetoallof the large markets in the East, it seems passing strange that our people should for so long have neg lected their opportunities in this par ticular direction. Frederick...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 June 1908

LOUAJL. MKNTION. Ali oooaniuDioatiorts should be adure??Mt tc koisia Jitizen. trvtnvton.Va Social Circle Monday night next at the home of Mrs. M. P. Jones. County Surveyor H. P. Hall was here Saturday surveying oyster shore. Mahood Hardy and sister, Helen, of Lancaster, spent Wednesday night and Thursday here. _ Miss Mae Gayle, of Portsmouth, is guest of Mrs. E. F. Garner at the par? sonage this week. Milton Riggin, of Somerset county, Md., was guest of his kinsman. C. B. Riggin, this week. Maaaas Ruby and Nan Hopkins are spending this week with Miss Ruth lngram at White Stone. At the Children's Day exercises Sun? day night in the Baptist ohurch $18.34 was amount of collection. A. James, sr., near here, anticipates a sweet time at his home this week. He has over 40 bee-hives to rob. Mrs. Frank King returned Monday night from North Carolina, where she has been visit ing relatives the past few months. ? _ Charlie Struven, of Baltimore, suave and full of busine: a, was here the past we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 June 1908

Heari to Heaii Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrlght. 1908. by Kdwln A. Nye. MILK AND K1NDNF.SS Thlok of it? 11 you work at the dalry rartu of Mrs. Addie F. Howie you must say "Good luorning" to her cows. Eleven years ago Mrs. Howie was a Milwuukee society wouian. Now she ls tbe ackuowledged autbority on Jor sey cattle breeding In tlils country. More than thut. Sbe is ou the stnff of the Wlsconsln Agricultural esBaajS ns a lecturer, and atuueuts of dairy work and itoek breeding cotue from all over the coun? try to attend her let-tures. Kleveu years ago she was "afrald to look at a cow," as she puts IL Wbat new thing has this BBecaSffBl wouian contrilmtcd to tbe sclence of cattle ataaaiaajl Cblefly this: She employs klndness. Now, you would scarcely suppose tbat the yiehi of a cow*. inilk could be douliled by kindness? .Mrs. Howie has proved that to be true. Sbe says every stroke of pettlng, ev? ery arotw of love aad every bit of ap preciution aad attentlon bestowed on a cow will come ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 June 1908

xtQtnia Weelly Journal Oevoted to the Intetests of lancaster County in Particular; the Northern Hecfc and Rappahannock Valley in General, aad the World at large. VoLUHE XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1908. NUMBEB 38. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS'SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FRBDBRtCK STRBET.,_BALT1M0RB, MD. R. A. *"i{" D AM U I Ur - CaUle!" ??? DAll n I N U, - rrlet Llit. 12 E. IOM3AR0 ST., >'<?? ?????* ?*?. BALTIMORE. MD.. Wholesalc Viamifactnrer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagona and Daytons. . . Deaier ia . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers* Supplies. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOKSE POWER. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. HKND HiK t . I \I.?M.I K. SPECIAL OFFER OF G.\S0LINE ENGINES. Wa have 8pveral 14 horae-powrr Buffalo Gaaoline Motora, laat ?..%r'e tiuul. I, with this year'd iuiproveaienttj,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 June 1908

DKMOCKATIC WKKKI.Y. [ EntereU at Irvloffton P.O.aeSd clttw nmtter. j VA. CITIZEN Pl BI.IHHINW CO., publishkrs. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. All communications or buslneas letters should be uddressed to tbe Vihoiki a Citizei*. Irvington. Va.. to recelve prompt attentlon. Friday, June lf>, 1?U8 DNFAIRNE88 <>F THE PBL MARY. Opposition to theprimarv was mainly Nvause of the exj>ense, which, for most oftices, barred the poor man from becomiii"; a canuidate. For the State to pay the expense ineans additional cost to tha tax pajera and an increase in the number of elec tions. To pav for IVinoeratic primaries out of the public cof fers means to pav alsofor Repub? lican primaries. At Roanoke last week tlure waamiMili uulsinilan indi?nat ion that perpetaatKM) ofthe primary was a CoiuiTessinnn's trust. (Jiven thf> district committee? which he usually has?a Con jrivssinan. by the primary. can perpetunte himself in offlee. Not longugro tlieRi...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 June 1908

LOCAL MENTION. AUoommuntcationt ahould r r n 1 liuaeaa* to tbe Vihuinia Citisbm. Irvinatun.Va. Willle Dix spent a couple daya at his home here the past week. Dr. Geo. H. Oliver was at Sharps this week doing dental work. Everybody come to Dr. Oliver'soffice Saturday night. Important meeting. Epworth League Social meets to night (Friday) with Miss Olive White. Headache ia often caused by eyestraiii. 11 your eyes troublo you convilt Dr. A. Marka, at Irving-tou Uettca hotel. Miss Carolyne Gunby left last week for an extended visit to New York and other places. Prof. Otis M. Clarke. of Richmond, arrived Wednesday to spent several weeks with friends here. Little Willie Thompson was bitten by a stray dog while playing at home Tuesday. The dog was later killed. Don't forget the motion picture ex hibit tonight at the Opera House. Most complete exhibit of its kind ever here. Mrs. Bettie Tate, of Dunnsville, Es sex county, is on a visit to her daugh ters, Mesdames H. J., W. T. and Will Dyke. _...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 June 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDW1N A. NYE. Copyrtcht. 1908. by Cdwla A- Nye FATHER AND MOTHr R The schooi cbilden of Oak Park. a auburb of Chicugo. were recently usktd to vote. tlie Issue beliitf. "Who Is the best aud greutest person who evei lived r A partial stuteiueut of tbe result ls given as follows: l.lncoln. 14; Wash? ington. 11; McKluley. 0; Itoosevelt, 4; Klug Artbur. 3; Joau of Are. 3; "My Father," 3; "My Mother." 3; Ki'ig Solo nioii. 1. Here Is nu luterestiug revelatlou of the cbild miiul. The first tbiujj tbat strikes oue is tbe overwhelmhig putriotic trend of tbe ehildren. Anotber tbing ls tbe entlre absence of tbe coiunieicial spirit. Tfarjla' ls no ralllionaire or captain of iudustry ou tbe list. It may be stated tbat those cbilden who voted for their fatbers and mothers voted their real sentiuients. Tbe otlier votes nre tbe reflectlou of aduit aatelsra. "My father." Blessiugs ?.m tlie baai of tlie children wuo east that ballot! The uortual child is the aaaa who thinks It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 June 1908

ttmnm WeeHy Joaraal Detated to the Inlerests of lancaslei County in Particular; the Norihern Heck and Rappahannock Kalley io General, and the World at Large. VOLUME XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, JUNE 26, 1908. NUMBEB 39. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRKDER1CK STREET.,_BALT1M0RB, MD. R. A. >?<'? QAIIUIkir CtUlopu ud DANNinU, Mc.iitt 12 E. L0M3ARD ST.,?'?>'? ?-??<? ??? BAITIMORE, MD., Whole?ale Manufactorcr of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDS. . . Dealer in . .. . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOKSE POWER. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE.. NORFOLK, VA. SKMi rOK CATALOlilK. SPEGIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have aeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gaaoline Moton, laat ??ar't model, with thts yoar's improvements, right from factory, ? liieh ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 June 1908

fhe ai'irtqhriafl)itUfli.! DKM(H WATIC WKKKLY. [ KnterwJ at Ir\ iructoa P. O. a* 2d class matter.] YA. CITIZEN PI BLlSHINtf CO.,' I'l lUMIKKs. Subscription: $1.00 a year. in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. AU communications or busineos lettera ?hould bo addrcsaed to the Vikuikia Cjtizkn, Irvinirton. Va., to receive prompt uttcution. rrlday. June 2?, 1008 "tiHOV ER CLIIVKLAN I) DEAD." So liujr th?> wires i?lf Wednes day morning. Bearl diaaaoo and .stoiiKu h troable are rirM as the CQtteoa. Qrover (Vveland did not carry 8 l?i?i stick. or noisilv Imllv peo? ple into fchinkiiw his wmy or piv tendingto. Bothehada large heart and a inassiw brain. and thecanse of the people iraa bia ahvays in a lar?rer eeaee than araa auppoaed bythoee prho op posed iuni. His was a trying time, a time when the nation aeemed to be endeavoring to take on insnnitv. and well njgh accompliahed it. He *ea1 down amidai the jeera and ezecrataona of a multitmle that onderatood neithtM* him aor the maaaaree h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 June 1908

LOCAL MENTION. All oommuDlcations ehould be adtlreaaed to tie VlKUl.MA JlTIXEW. UviUKtuU.V*. E. W. Long was in Baltimore last week. _ Miss Julia Buck, of Weems, is guest of the Misses Willing this week. Dr. W. J. Newbill was in Essex Tues day on business and visiting relatives. Mrs. Jennie Ransom, of Washington, ison avisit toher brother, George StC. Smith. Headai-bc iw ofu-n BHHBl by eyeatraiu. If your eyes trouole you eonsult Dr. A. Murk?, at KieUville, Va. A party of young ladi@s and gentle roen from this place were in Urbanna Tuesday. _ Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brewington, of Baltimore, are visiting relatives and f riends here. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. StC. Smith spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Smith's sister at Rehoboth Church. Kyesitrht ia valuable. You cautiot affortl ludeatroy youreyrs; ir tli?y are t k.uI.Iiiik you ?uuault Dr. A. Mark.x, K<-o<t\ille. Va. Miss Bessie Callis returned Monday from Franklinton. N. C, where she has been as milliner this season. Mrs. E. L. Wilder and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 June 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EOWIN A. NYE. Copyright. 1M8. by Edxrln A. Ny?. HASTE HAKES WASTE. Don't t?e In a burry. Modero baste ls often wnste. Many llls, econooilc. tnorsl, indlvidual. eotne of It. Life uiay l?e too streuuous for good results. The splrit of burry. good ln Its place, causes frlctioo, clashiug. losses. Don't be ln a burry. Many nre ln baste to get rlch. They patronlze.get-rioh-qukk sohetnes. They speculate. Where one witis, a thou sand, teu tbousand. lose. There Is only one safe way to tnake inoney ? the old fashioncd way of houesty, Industry, economy. That way is alow. but It is reasouably sure. Don't be in a burry. Young persous get lu a baste to be educated. Educatiou is a GROWTll Knowledge. experieoce, must not ouly be digestod, but asslruiiated That re qulres tluie. It does uot delay the boy or glrl to stop betweeu tertus to teach school. Opportunity is glveu to put Into practlce some of the tbiugs learned iu coilege. Don't be iu a burry. Some are iu baste to tua...

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