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

irgitti* VOLUME XVII. Weekly Jouinal Devoied lo the laterests of Lancaster County in Fariicular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannock Kalley in General, and the World at Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT. JULY 3, 1908. " NUMBEB 40. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND M ACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHAOEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FREDBRICK STSEEF., BALTIMORE, MD. R. A. Sandfcr ibanning, ;:rd 12 E. LOMBARO ST..?*?- ?<???< *- BALTIMORE, MD., .Wholeaale Mauufact urer of COarriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDB. . . Dealer la . . . . Garriage- and. Wagon-Makers* Supplies. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTQRS FOR ? TO 40 HOKSE POWER. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave.. NORFOLK, VA. SK.Ml ?Oa t:*T-?LOt.l)K. SPECiAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. Wo bareaereral 14 horae-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motori, laat ? r.Hr'b nuKlrl, wilh this yt-ar'a iuiproveuients, right from facto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 3 July 1908

1)KM()CKATIC VKKRI.Y. IF.ntered at IrvingtonP.O.as-M olaasmaiter.] ?A. CITIZEN PLBLISH1NH CO., ITItliMIIKv Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. All comnianlcatlous or busineas letters abould be addreased to tlie Vikoima Citizfn, lrvinatoa. Va.. to receive prompt atteutiun. Friday, July 3, 1WU8 LOYALTV NEEDKD. If the Times-Dispatch was as good a Democrat as it is a news gatherer it would be one of Virginia's most valu able assets. We don't know what we would do without the Sunday issue of The Times-Dispatch. It is peerler,s in the realm of news. -Farmville Herald. We thank the Herald for its kindly reference, but we think it has gotten the cart before the horse. It is oh its Democracy rather than on its news service that The Times-Dispatch prides itself. ?Times-Dispatch. That's "fine". Our leading new^ gatherer is to be our best Democrat. | No more running after Buckner-Palni er vagaries. No more redness of the face because Bryan is leader and by acclam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 3 July 1908

LOCAL MENTION. All oomiBuolctitionaabbuld beftUrlrfeaaed to tj? ViaumiA wiTitEit. Irviunton.Va. Robt. Bonner. of Baltimore,is visiting relatives here. _ A. D. Dart spent a few days in Nor? folk and Ocean view this week. New moving picture scenes at the Opera House tonight (Thursday). Calvin Brewington is home from Pin ner's Point to spend the summer. Mrs. Willie Crandle and three children, of lower Lancaster. are guests of Mrs. S. B. Griffith. _ Mra. Emma Davis and Miss Edith George visited friends in Fredericks burg last week. _ Shows and base-ball should slow down after tomorrow. Business demands that enough frolicking is enough. Watch those who refuse to help the V. I. A. cause and see how they refuse to enjoy our improvements?not rnuch. Mrs. Eufrosia Pettiugall, lately in Richmond. has been called to, South Carolina by sickness of Mrs. Mary Le land. _ Miss Sophie Pendleton Hodgkin, of Washington, arrived Wednesday to visit her father, Dr. J. B. Hodgkin, at Dr. Oliver's. _ Mrs. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 3 July 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrtpht. 190S. by Edwln A. Ny?. A LIV1NG OR. A LIFE. "Make a living." saul the late Gov eruor RttanaU of Massaohusetts ln an address to young men. "but remetnber tbere Is oue thhig battlff than tnaking n llviug. and that is tuakiiig a lire." \\*li:it Is the differvnce betiveen uiak lng a lirtBfl aud uiaktug a life'/ It is the dlffereuee betweeu muterlal aml Ideal. between sHttsbuess aud al truism. Por haacance: The phllosophy or t.?>ethe and Bcfco aaahaaor. which is taa patlaanpaj of many "mh -< ?-,sl "ul men"' of loday. bl tbls; I.ook only on tho sereue aad brlgbt. Do not comer.i yourself with suffering. Let tbe miserahlc oaaa alooe. He cheerfully bttad U> taa mls fortuues of others. The tnore you d<> for others the leaa you eaa do for your self. Use others. He careful they do not use you. f ultivnte joaraalf Iu other words. this phllosophy snys. "Oet there!" Hut there is anotber phlloso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 10 July 1908

xrjjpmra ????#. J??i?i?io'-. ?jl e II l?i IfttA'Mtoi) 011 i.. M / -.ii 1 , '? llfcf&iiuibtt -?il 1 P IU VOLUMB XVII. Weekly Jouraal Devoted to the lalerestsj)f Lancaster Coiinty in Particular; the Horthern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, awd the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1908. NUMBEB 41. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHIIMISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Nlerchants For MEIMHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 1U l HttjBjg STREET,,_BALT1M0BK, MD. R . A. Sud fbr O All il I il /^ CaUlogut aad DAII NINVi, Prlc#Lllt. 12 E. L0M8AR0 ST., <- o-u.? st., BALTIMORE, MD., Wholeaale tfanufaciurer ot Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and Daytona. . . Dealer In . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers* Supplies. 8UFFAL0 GAS0L1NE MOTORS FOR a TO 40 iioksi: POWER. S5EAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. 8KNII M)R CATAL.OUUK. .SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOUNE ENGIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 10 July 1908

DKMOCHATIC WKKKI.Y. IKntered at Irvlng-ton P.O.a?:M claai* matter.j TA. CITIZEN Fl BLISH1>? CO.. rUCIMUKS. SuBscription: $1.00 a year. in advance. ? r -, W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. All tommunications or busineas lettera ahould be addressod to t\\v Vikoima Oitizf.n, IrviotftoQ. Va., to receivv prompt atteation. Krt.lay. July 10, lttU8. \s OTHERS SEE YQl ' You i?11 have a young frferid who will oome to you and ridi eule-otluM-s who are no1 favoritee of ypure, for yowr beneJH ;?:id pleamnv; and, whih? vou are ae ceptinjr ihis, do not Eoraet that this young h*iend will. in turn. amueeoth^rs by makiag vou the gubject of her eonvorsat ion. In tliis, as in everything else, do anto othere as vou would they should do unto you, and allow ao one to spjeak in your preeence of others as you would not want them to tpeak of vou." It is told of' Chief Juatice Taney that on one nyrneioo a neiplihoi- had calfod and w:is de Bcnoiag the had side of another nefehbor, when the Chief Jnatice h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 10 July 1908

LOCIAL MENTION. All oommuolcationa eUould be addruaaM to t le ViKuiMia Jitixcm. lrvinjrtoa.Va. F. G. Newbill attended King George court this week. Miss Julisv Palmer, of Saluda, is guest of Miss Pauline C. Long. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at the homeof Mrs. W. L. Messick. W. L. Carter, of Baltimore, amiled on his friends here this week. Miss Alice Croxton, of Essex, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. Lewis Burke. Miss Wingate Matthews, of Accomac, viaited the Misses Lee the past week. R. S. Brent, Commissionerof Revenue for Northumberland, was a visitor here Saturday. _ G. Harry Waters, and not Captain James Wilder, piloted the Blanche to and from Fredericksburg last week. C. A. Pernbrook and R. J. Baughman, of theM., D. & V. R'y- Co., spent sev? eral days here and at Weems the past week. Archie Kirkmyer has returned from the mountains, where he has been for his health the past few rnunths, much improved. Messrs. Emil Levy and O. B. Wat aon, of Orange, and Jas. A. Crim, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 10 July 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDW1N A. NYE. HajUllaB*, 1??. by Kdwhi A. Nye. LIFE IS A SCHOOL. L'udor what siuiilitude will you lllteu hum.m life? A pleasuro jtarden? Or a prisoii boaael Some s;iy this life is a penilentiaiy wbore we ure puiilshed. "I.HV is tbiek ly strewu with thorns." s:iiii one j.essi inist, "UM I kuow no way save to puss qukkiy tliion^h them." These persons are stoics. Others view life as a ganlen of gay ety. 'l'hey are epieureans. "Kat. drink and ba tuerry" Is the goiifalon of thcsa A sbort life aml a uierry one. say these sybarites. Tbe atok Is wrong. Life Is uot tbiek ly strewu with thorns. it is strewu with roses. The thorns are bicideiita! Tbe epicarea* is also arroog He tbat aeeks plaatTa for pb-asure's sake*wlll flnd only satioty. What, then, Is lt? HIMAX II it: IS A SCHOOL. It begins In the mothoi's arms and ends only on the gleal fraduatloa day It hai its raceuaca, latcrlulavkMM and vacatloiis. but tbe school goes on. Its teachers are muned KXI'KIMEWR Souiei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 17 July 1908

J .'-?* ,- -_>; ? 23HTOJ sm ^9^ tt^mm t hanj . VOLUME XVII. Weefcly Jouroal Oenoted to the latemts of lancaster Gcanty in Particular; the Northern Hect and Bappahannocl hlley ia General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAT, JULY 17, 1908. _ NUMBEB 42. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIESr WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. R. A. S?d for daki u iair> cuiog*.u< DAfi lllli VI) f rte. Ll.t. 12 E. LOSI8A80 ST.. >'????? ?"??" ?*-. BUTIMORE, MD., WboU'Bal?- Mauofactarer of (Jarriages, Road Carts, Wagona and Daytons. . . Dealur ia . . . . Carriage- und. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. BUFFALO GASOUNE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOIC3E POWEH. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. KBMll KOK l-AWlfKlUF. SPEClRl OFFER OF GASOUNE ENG1NES. Wc hare several 14 horee-power ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 17 July 1908

?he Vttfittia (*>itum DEMOCU^VTIC^ WKKKI.Y. [Entered at Irving-tonP.O. as'.M class matter.j Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. Frlday, July 17, l?U8. PUIS8ANT NEWSPAPER QUN NING. The outside preai are all a' giggling as wvll as a* jiiu'ssinjiat the peep in tbe Etichroond Jour nal'y lnmtinjr bag. Here are Kome ?Voiints' from it: What strange things we see wh<>n we haven't gota gun ! Was thereever such a remarkable circumstanceas that we now behold of supposedly !)<nu> cratic newspapers in the South having to announce in bold type that "we will support the Democratic ticket?" It re minds us very much of the following anecdote: John went to his wifeMartha one day and said to her: "I am going to be true to you." Surprised, Martha replied: "Why, John, you promised that when we were wed." John scratched his head in a shecpish way and had to acknowled^e it was one on him. Richmond is treated to an eapec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 17 July 1908

LOCAL MENTION. All oommuuloat'nna should be Addrewud to ttl* VlKUlKIA v'ITIZEN. IrvillKtOU.Va. "How dry I am!" singa the parched earth. _ Epoworth League Social tonight (Fri day) at J. T. Rilee's. Call on Dr. A. Marks, the notedoptlcian and speoiallst. of Phllrdelphla. Social Circle next Monday night at the home of Mrs. S. B. Griffith. Mrs. Mary Mitchell is visiting her sons in lower Lancaster. Monday next is Lancaster court. The Otizen's edilor expects to be present. Miss Kuth lngram, of White Stone, is gue.nt of the MLses Hopkins this week. Heaulai-Ue RaaftM oauaetl \>\ t'.vc?troln. If your eyea truul.li- you aaaaaR Dr. A. Marka, W hlte tftono. _ What with baseball and launch rides there is" something doing among our young people. _ W. McD. Lee came home Tuesday from Norfolk and other fishery rounds quite indisposed._ J. H. Baugher and family, of Balti? more, arrived last week for a month at the Irvington Beach. Prof. and Mrs. II. B. Nolley, of Buena Vista, Va., have be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 17 July 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDW1N A. NY*. Opyrlaht. ??*, by Eamn a. Ny*. TO f HE BOYS OF FORfY A Gseek .phUoeopuer . bas plcturad man BJ'tJetag bbrn ln n well built house aud IIving tberelu durlug cblld haod. As he grows he pulls down tbe wulls. stoue by stone, unti! be stauds flually ln the undltumed suullgbt. Ia It uot so? Ho? many stones have we had to pull <k>wn that we might see over: Soiue of us stlll have stones lu the way. And Botne of us?the wlse old bojs?have put all the stones they have pulled down Into a great plle aud got (ui top of tbeiu for h wider view. For twenty years at least we have been trylng to wldeu tlie horixou. to get a coniprehenslve vlew of life. But? Tha perll of the larger rLsiou ls this: As we see further and kuow more disillusion comes to rob us of our youthfnl enthuslnsius. Shull we. bav tng a raan's haad. stlll keep beneutb It the beart of a boy? Tvili dlsappoint ir.ents destroy fnltb? Will the larger kuowledge lower SdeulsY lt mu...

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

irgittia (Eiltem. Weefcly Journal Devoted ta the loterests of Lancastet County in Particular; the Horthem Heclt and Happahannocfc Valley in Ganeral. and the Worltf at large. VOLUMB XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1908. NUMBEB 43. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Biokets and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. tli S. FRBDER1CK STREET.,_BALT1M0RE, MD. 0 A Stnd for DANNINVjI, Priee Liit. 12 E. IQMBARO ST., <*r- ?*??? st ? BMJMIORE, MD., Wholeiale Manufactarer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDs. " . . Dealer ia . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR i5 TO 40 HOKSK POWER. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. HKMi rOK ( ATVI.dl.lK. SPEG1AL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. Wo bave several 14 horae-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motori, laat ??ar'a mudel, with thia year'a miprovemente, right frora fa...

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

$lw ^irghiia $itum' DKMtKKATIC MKKKI.Y. [Entered at Irvinfton P.O. as2d clasw mstter.] TA. CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO., PIBLI8HKKS. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. ADVERTISINO RATKS. 3 m.jBm.'lyr. SOoU.parinobeaoblnaer'n.or t.Oul 0.00 uTi* ainctie*. a.oo 10.00 is.no T ? a.oo 14.00 auo ? 10.00 17.00, 25.(? 12.00 20.00 ;?>.<w ., 14.00 ?.'.00 35.00 .? ,. is.ooas.oo 40.0? ? ., . '-'-'.UO :*>.oo 45.00 **_, * COlumii 85.00,36.00 52.(10 icoiuajr, 40.00,80.00 lOO.oa t^" 25 per cent addltlonal for apecial poalttoi. Notloea tu readlnu ooiumua. 10 otuta i>?r nonparell line. *^ Obltuarlea, rellgloua notlvea ol outertaln ?nvnta, excuraloua. eto.. ono-half rouuiai W. R. ROWE, Ofpice Manac.fr. All comraunieations or businesa lett.-r* ihouldbc addressed to the Vikoinia <!i lrvlng-ton, Va., to reotiv ?? i>r?<?u|>t attrntiou. Frlday, Jiily 24, 1?U8 BktWkkx the air ships and the iiH\\ powderleefl tiuu, war will ...

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

RELI8I0US APPOINTMENTS. MKTHODIST. Hit. R. P. Oarnrr. Paator. irvlnaton. Flret and Thlrd Sundaya, 11 A. M.: ?Q-ind aod Pourth Sundaya, 8 P. M. Whtte Stone. Firstand Thlrd Sunday a. 4 P. af.; Seeond aod You rth Sundaya. 11A.M. Aahury (Fleeta1 I?iand\8econd Sunday." P. M.; Thlrd Sunday. 8 P. M. Poplar Neok. FourthSundar. 3 P. M Wealey. Flrst Sunday. ? P. M. Rkt. Pohtkr lURiir, Pastor. WbiteMarsh. Fourth Sundar. 11 A.M.;8ceond _, Sunday, 11 A. M. Kdaely, Fourth Sunday, ? P. M.; Secood Sun? day, 8 K M. Kehobotb. Flr?t Sunday. 11 A. M.; Tblrd Sun da>,8 P. M. Bluff Potnt, Fltei Sunday. 1 P. M.: Thlrd Sun? day, II A. M. Kllmarnock Hall, Flrat Sunday, 7:30 P. M. Ml!a. Ti.Ud Sunday. T*M P. M. BAPT1ST. Rav. K. w. Ci.atbmook. Paator. Lrvtuin*>u. Seeond aud Fourth Kiioday*. <'<:3u P. M.; Flret Sunday 8 P. M. Wioomiou, Plntf and Tbn . *unuaya,U A. M. ftlloiaiuiM'k <t<?'ood and FourtU Si.xidayt. II A. M. Bluff Po?nt Chapel, Thlrd S...

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

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Conyrlrht. 190S. by ICdwln A. Nye. JUDGE NOT "He ls an ald tlghtwud." Tbat mucb tbe writer hoard. and he listened to tbls further arraignmeut of the nbsent aubjeet: "I tell you. Ire is tbe nthaalfl man In towu. He insists ou the last red eent tbat ls cotulng to him. He is as cliaM as tbe bark ou a tree. and it is well known be gives uotliing nway iu a worthy cause." Severe, but? As tbe writer happened to know iu tbls case. It was only balf the triith. True, tbe man referred to is ctaaa Ia hia dealiuga, but tbis is also true: It be lnslsts upon what Is due him be ls also ready to puy to tbe last cent wbut he owes. His bllls are proraptly met. He ia recognized as au houost man. His credit ls good. And tbls cannot al ways be said of some otber men with a reputatlon for generoslty. He de mauds no more tban be Is willlng to concede. If be is iusistent upou full paymeut. be is also ready with his own cbeck l>ook. But? Tbere is anotber slde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 31 July 1908

irgittitt Weelly Journal gtaaaj 10 the Intetests of lancaster County in Particular; tlie Northern Neck and Rappahannocl Valley io Geaeral, and the World at large. Volumb XVII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY ,31 1908. NUMBER 44. 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. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. R. A. ???> t" pAnninti) m? u*. 12 E. L0M8ARD ST.. ??? ?"??? s... BAITIMORE, MD., Wbolesale Manufaclurer of Carriages, Road Carts. Wagona and Daytons. . . Uealer ln . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. BUFFALO 6AS0LINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 IIOiCSK POWER. CHESAPEKAE LAUNCH AND UOTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. SKNH rOR CAT.ll.lll.t'K. SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOUNE ENGINES. We have aeveral 14 horae-power Huffalo Gaaoline Motora, laat ? -?ir'n model, with thia year'a improveuienta, right from factory, ehich w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 31 July 1908

DEMOCHATIC WKKKI.Y. [Rntered at IrvlnjrtonP.O.ssSM classmatter.] TA. CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO.. Pl'BLlHHKRS. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. ADVERT1S1NO RATK8. 3 m.iats.lyr. 60 ot*. perlnobeaoblnser'n.or t.00 ?.ouj 10.UO incbea, a.00.10.00 1VU0 s.oou.oo, auo M lO.ODi 17.00 86.00 ?? is.ui ao.ou suoo ? l4.oo'?.oo ;?r..ui " 18.0086.001 40.00 10 ?* 2S.W!*?.tH) 45.00 12 " S coluran. ai.ui Urt.im fc.'.t?j looluao. 40.UI,ao.ou lou.im %tr??> DercentaddlUonalforapevlal poaltion W. R. ROWE, Okfice Managkr. All corumunU-ations or business lattan should be addresstHl to tbe Viroima Citizkn, Irvlnarton. Va.. to reuvtvc prouipt attent ion. Frlriay. July 81. 1?08. THAT TW KXTY-XI X I: M11 . LJON& It has been some nine rnontha now eincea aecision was render ed bv a certain Judge Landis. ol the t*. S. Circuit Court. imposiug a fine of ih? less tlian twentv nine inillions and some odd dol larsonthe Standard < ?il Com? pany for atteged violations ol the interstat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 31 July 1908

LOCAL MENTION. All oommuDloationa abould be addrwaaed to the Vikuinia Citisen. Irvtnaton.Va. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at bome of Mra. W. L. Messick. Mias Katherine Newbill spent Friday night with her parents here. Dr. C. F. Newbill and F. G. Newbill were in Baltimore this week. Call od Dr. A Marks, tbe notedoptlclaa and speoialist of Philadelphia. st Marviu Urove. Misses Edith Dobier and Viola Carter, of Baltimore, are guest8 of Mra. W. G. Dunton. F. 11. Wilshin is at Reedville assist ing in the constructiun of a iine sehool luiu>e there. W. H. Ford fell from a high elevation last week and injured the bone in one of hia ankles. Misses Hattie Sowers and Pearl Taylor, of Berryville, Va., are guest of Mrs. Geo. H. Oliver. Anyone dcairiug to have tbier eyea ex antlned at home will notify Dr. Marks at Marviu <lre>v?-, Mrs. J. R. Davis left Wednesday fora two weeks' visit to Mra. C. J. Roberts at West Point, Va. A. P. Rowe, editor of the Freder icksbur...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 31 July 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrlght. 190S. hy Edwtn A. Nye. KEEP CLEAN INS1DE. Young man: Dellberately tnsult tbe inau wbn starta to tell a siuutty story iu your preaeoce by turuhig on your IkvI. Sucb a corruptiouist has uo more right to steal your pure thoaghta than he has to put his hand Into your pockrt and take your uioney. These retailers of filth are whlted sepulcbers cleau on tlie outsidc. hu; inwaidly lUed with dead men's bones They ure dchaucbers of cleati uiliuls. robliers of purity. You shoiiUi never BBCBatt. yourself to listea to nn iuiproper story?a story you wouUI not care to repeat to your motber or your slster. Tbe tlltby sug gestiveiiess will smik Into your uietn ory as spllled iuk aoaka Into blotting paper. - Allow no man to drag your mlnd tbrougli a sewer. Do you know there ls many a inau who would aacrilca aaaaeh today to be able to wipe from his ineinory some of the things he listcticd to when a hoy? The tuan who will dellberately repeat a rlsque st...

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