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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 October 1908

traitria (aZttVZtlL VOLUME XVIII. Weetly Jotraal BssataJ 10 the laterests sj lancaster Cniwi, in Particular; the Horthero Hecfc and Bappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. NUMBEB 3. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brnkers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FRBDBR1CK STREBT.,_BALTIMORE, MD. Eatabllshcd ln 1802. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN & SON, Itecelvers, Shippcrs, Dc?der?, GKA1N, IIAV, MILL, PEEDH, SEED OAT8, LIN8KK1) MBAL COTTON SKEI) 1?IEAL, OLUTEM KKED. Also Distrlbutor* of THE PUBINA POULTttY PEEP8, 127 and 129 Cheapside, &?** **?* **-*?> S-UTiMORE, f*D. Ri Aa Saatf (St BJ/k AJ |_l 1 |kj jT\ Cauia?se aad ANNINtl, Prte, ypa. 12 E. L0M8ARD ST,. <** **~* *?., BALTIMORE, MD., Wholesalc Mnnufactarer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDs. . . Dsaler ts . . ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 October 1908

DKMOCHATIC WKKKLY. I Enteml at Irvington P.O.aaSd claaa matter.] VA. CITIZEN PUBLIftHINe CO., niinsiiiKs. Subscription: $1.00a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. ADVERTI81NO RATBS. 3 m. tOcta. perlacheaehtaaer'n.or 4.00 1 Incbea, 8.00 8.00 ** 10.00 *? 18.00 14.00 18.00^ 10 " SS.U0 80.00 U " \ oolumn. S5.00 88.00 1 ooluran, 4OJU0 6m.|lyr. 8.00 10.00 14.00 17.00 80.00 S8.00 86.00 10.UC lft.01 SO.O0 8&.00 80.0U 3T..H 40.0 4&.UL 82.01 60.00 IW.Ui a> per oant addltlonal for tpeclal poettlorj Notloes ln readlng oolumns, !0 cents per nonparall line. Obltuartea, rellgious notloe* of entertaln ?D?nta. ?xcuralons. etc.. ona-balf retrula* naaaSa All coramiinlcations or butincss lettcra ?tauuld be addreased to the Vihuinu Citizkn. Irvlnatou. Va..tt> recelve prompt attention. DEMOOKATIC TICKET. For President: WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice-President: JOHN W. KERN, Of Indiana. For Congress?First District: WILLIAM A. JONES, Of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 October 1908

RKLlttlOl 8 AFPOINTMENTS. MBTHODI8T. Kir. K. F. (Iarnrb. Pastor. vrlngton. Flrst and Tblrd Sundays, 11 A. M.; 8aooad and Fourth Suudaya, 8 P. M. White Stone. Flrst aod Thlrd Sundaya.3P.lt; Second and Fourth Suodays. 11 A. M. Asbury (Fleeta' Isiand), Seoond Sunday. 8 P. M.; Thlrd Sunday. 8 P. M. Poplar Neok, Fourth Sundar. I P. M. Wesley. Flrst Sunday. 8 P. M. RBV. PORTtR rlARDV. l'AKTOK. Whlte Marsh, 8eoond 8unday,3P.M.; Fourth Sunday. UA. M. _ . ? Edgely, Seoond Sunday, 11 A. M.; Fourtu suu day. 8 P. M. Rehoboth. Fli*t Sunday. II A. M.: Tblrd Sun? day. 8 P. M. Bluff Point. Flrsi Sunday, 3 P. M.: Thlrd Sun? day, 11 A. M. Kllniarnook Hall. First Sunday. 7:*? P. M. Ml'.a, Tblrd Sunday. 7:80 P. M. BAPTIST. Rav. F. W. Cutbhook. Pastor. rvlnaton. Seoond and Fourth Sundays, 8:30 P. M.; First Sunday. 8 P. M. Wloomlco. First and Third Sundays. 11 A. M. Kilmarnock. 8?cond and Fourth Sundays, 11 A M Bluff PolntVbapel. Thlrd Sunday. 8^30 P. M. Hrent's Hall (Kilmarnock). Secoiid. pourth and Fif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 October 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrlcht. 1ft*. by Cdwln A. Nya. THE CRY Or TBE NOB. "Justlee!" So shouted the mob at Sprlugfleld, III. Angered because a prlaoner eharged with a helnous crltne?aud now llkely to prove hia lnnoeeuce?had been aplr lted away by the authorltles, who an tlclpated a vlslt by the mob to tbe Jall. a crowd of people grew luto a raglng multltude beut ou bloodsbed and ra plne. "Juatlcer Thus It shouted as lt puiied to plece* the business place of a private cltisen who, lu obedience to tbe law and order ed by the sheriff, loaned bis automo blle to carry tbe prlsoner to a place of safety. "Justlee I" Vexlng the heavens with raucous cry, the mob Burged through "the bad lands," torch lu hand, giving to the flanies the homes of decent cltltens with the property of the vile. maklng bideous the Hlums of Sprlugfleld with Its hoarse, lnslstent demand for blood and dolng tremendous damage that in nocent taxpayers must pay. "Justlee!" Volctng Its griiu demand. It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 October 1908

giitia VOLUMB XVIII. Weefcly JownalJIewttd to ihe lelerests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Horthern Hecl and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, PRIDAT, OCTOBER 23, 1908. NUMBEB 4. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLE8ALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokets and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. PREDBR1CK STREET.,_BALT1MQRE, MD. Establtahtd in 1802. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN & SON, Recelvera, Sbippera, Dealers, URAIN. HAY, MILL PEED8, 8EED OAT8, LIN8BED MKAL COTTON 8EED MKAL, (iLUTKN FEED. Alao Diatrlbutors of THE PURINA POULTKY FEED8, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <*?"? ?*"" **"???.> 8IITIK0RE, MD. ? A? ivnfl for Cattiogua And Prlet Li?t. 12 E. 10MBAR0 ST.. ?*-. <m?? *u BALTIMORE, ?D.f Wholosale Hannfactorer of Carriages, Road Garts, Wagons and DaytoDB. . . Dealer ia . . . . Garriage- and. Wagon-Makers* Supplies. BANNING, F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 October 1908

DEMUCHATIC WKKKIA. L Knleral mt lrvington P. O. as 2d cUtss matter.] TA. CITIZEN IM BLISHINtt ?0., II III IMII KS SUBSCRIPTION: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. ?II communtcatloua or busines* U'tti't* abould bt? addrvseed to the Viroinia i'iti/.kn. Irvluirtoii, Vtt.. to receivo |>rom|>t attvutloii. DEHOURATIC TICKET. For President: WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice-President: JOHN W. KERN, Of Indiana. For Congress?First District: WILLIAM A. JONES, Of Richmond County. f * .Election Tuesday, November 3d. v j__. .? ..-~i?_^_ ._ Frlday, October a:i, 1008. TmsBnltiniore Sun, in a recent adftorial, criticises theutterances of Hoine who.it ulleges. have taid thatBryan. tfelectea, coaddonc harm, aa his hnnds would be fcied by a Republiean Senate. An it troes on tosnv that with theeleo tion of Mr. Bryun a Denioenitii Houso would be in powcr, and that there would probabty lx a Republiean .Senate in March, 1911, as the tcrmsof soine forty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 October 1908

LOCAL MENTION. Alloomatunloationsthould t>eadiirvaaed to taa ViKoiNuJiTiiiN. Irviuirtoo.Va. Bernard Willing was in Baltimore thia week. _ Jno. D. Winegar, of Ocran. waaguest of F. A. Gunby a while this week. Mra. Mary Mitchell is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Jno. Winstead.at Weema. Big tournament at Heathaville Octo ber 28th and 29th. * Mra. E. F. Garner and children are visiting the former's sister inGloucester county. Mra. R. F. Gayleand daughter, Misa Sallie, of Urbanna, spent a while here Monday, en route to Norfolk. Mra. W. A. Leland and A 11. Leonard were visiting relatives in lower Nor thumberland county this week. Don't forget the races at Heathaville October 28th and 29th. * H. A. Crittenden's wood-saw is pay ing its respects to the wood piles of our village. Benson brothers are running It. ACra. Jno. W. Taylor, with her little child, arrived Wedneaday from Pennsyl vania to spend the winter with Professor Taylor. _____ Mra. Frank H. Wilshin and two sons and Mrs. R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 October 1908

Heart to Heart Tatksa My edwin A. NYB. co.yrtght. uoa. by attwta a. pry.. CAPTAIH GRID4.EY S MOTHER. **You may nre when ready, Grldleyr The laconic command of Admiral l>ewey to Captaln Oridley of the flag ?hlp Olympla In M anlla haxbor will long Uva an the anaaha of the Amezi eaa aary, rtoh aa It la ta blatorle utter Grldley gave the ward to the gua arewa that aaak the Bpaalah flagahlp and made juak of the fteet of Spala. A moatb atterward tbe brave Grklley paid the forfett of that day'e work with hia Mfa. Hrery achoolboy kaows about Orid? ley aad rhe one alded battle of If anlla Bay. Few ef ua have kaowa about the mother af the Olynapla'a commander? ao les. aa Aanertcan berolae than waa her aoa a bearo, At the age of etghty-taree Mra. Ana Oridley aerrea her gorernmeot, earn Ing her bread by puttlng the red aeal ou all odclal fettore that go out of her departmeat. Boma daya aha will aflx aa inamr aa 400 aeale. Hera haa beea a career mkvgled wtth aorrow aad herolam. Fifty ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 30 October 1908

irgittia Ciii3?tt* Weekly Journal Detoted to the laterests of lancaster County in Particular; the Nontiern Necfc and Rappahannocfc Valley ia General, and the World at large. Volcmb XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, OCTOBER 30, 1908. NUMBEB 5. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND j SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants Foi MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. PREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. Eetabliabed ln 1802. C. 8. SCHERMERHORN &. SON, Kccelvers, Bbippors, Dealers, <1UAIN, HAY, M1LL FEED8, MEED OATS, L1N8EED MEAi COTTON 8EED MKAL, OLUTEN FEEO. Alao Diatrlbutora of TBE PUK1NA POULTKY r'EEI>S. 127 and 129 Cheapside, (*???? ***"> *u,.t.) BILTIWORE, MD. Ri A. Sand fer BANNING, hTST1 12 E. LOMBARO ST.. ??? o-t..* ?.. BALTiaORE, MD., Wbolsaale Manufactorsr of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagona and DaytoDs. . . Dsalsr la . .. . Carriage- and. _ Wagon-Makers' Supplies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 30 October 1908

She ^irgiui* 4>itigf n. IIKMIX'KATIC WKKKhY. I KntareU at Irvlnatun P.O. aa 2<l claasmatter.] TA. CIT1ZEN Pl'BLI*HINt) CO.,1 PUBLISHERS. SuaacaiPTiON: $1.00 a year, in tdvance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. AU communlcatlona or buaineta lettera abuuld bvaddrvaaed to the Vikoinu Citizf.n, Lrviuaton. Va.. to rooelve prompt attontion. I>EM OCRATIC TICKET. For President: WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice-Pre8ident: JOHN W. KERN, Of Indiana. For Congress?First District: WILLIAM A. JONES, Of Richmond County. -^? Election Tuesday.. November 3d. Friday, October 30, 1908. BLEST TIDEWATKK. The loii? continued dronght that has prevailed almost all over the country east of the Mis vtH.sippi has been broken, and eopious rainshavefallen in nearly every section of the country ex eetit the New Englanri States. Tidewater Virginia seems to have suffered leaa than almost any part of the South, thougli we hail but two* aud they siigh? raiufnlls in flftydays, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 30 October 1908

LOCAL MENTION. Allcomoiuntoationaahould beaddreaaed to taa ViauiaiA Orrizax, Irrinjrton.Va. Jas. Lokey is suffering from carbun cles on his right hand. Miss Gertie Belluws, of Ocran, was a guest this week at the parsonage. A stenographer and a typo, both wanted by W. McDonald Lee. See ad. F. G. Newbill was in Baltimore and Fredericksburg on business this week. Big rally today (Friday) of county temperance people at Lancaster C. H. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. George are guests of the former's sister, Mrs. J. T. Rilee. _ Eye-strain causen h' idorhe. dixxincaa. neurshria nauaea. etc. Dr. Newlin aaarantee* imraediate relief. _ Fred. E. Reuediger, county surveyor of Accomac, was here this week for the Commission of Fisheries. Miss Pauline C. Long spent a few days recently with her friend, Miss Nellie Jones, at Urbanna. Rev. E. J. Richardson has been the guest of Dr. Oliver this week while "lalking" in lower Lancaster. Misses Genevieve and Grace Pinck ard, of R< hoboth Church, were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 30 October 1908

Hearl to Heart Talks. Bt EDW1N A. NYE. Coayrlfht. 1908. bj Edwln A. Nye. THE FA1RY THINGS OF CHILDHOOD. Those whose hearts sre dry as sum mer'a dust have loug tried to klll that glorlous soul, the Santa Claus of cblkl aood. But Santa Claus lives on. The other day ln Paasalc, N. J., *1g noraat lconoclasts" tried to get the school board to banish from tbe scbools those books that contalued tbe falry tales of Andersoa and Urlmui and the "Arablau Xlghta" Fortunately these nearalghted peo? ple failed. They gave the old argument: This ags la a practlcal age -ou age of exact sclence. Then why flll the chlldren's mluds wltb rubhlsh about the falrles? But do these practlcal folk know anythlng more practlcal than enthu slaam or ambltlon or lnltlatlve? Well, could these qualitles exlst without lui agluatlon? Can you have lnventlon without fancy or ambltlon without dreauis? The Imaglnatlon ls creatlve. This would be a dull world?there would be uo pfogress?a mere luitlatlve world?were there no r...

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

xtmmrn Weally Jouraal Devctad to the lateresls af Lancaster Couniy in Parlicular; the Northern Hecl aad Rappahannock Valley in General, and tha World at Large. Volume XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908. NUMBEB 6 CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLE8ALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. Establiahcd ln 1802. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN & SON, Rcceivera, Shippera, De&lera, QKAIN. HAY. MILL FEEDS, HEED OAT8, LIN8KEI) MKAL COTTON 8EED MKAL, ULUTKM FKED. Alao Dtatributors of THK FDB1NA POULTKY FEKPS, 127 and 129 Cheapside, (??"? Pr,u ?w,.i BlUHiORE. ND. R. A? Saud tor BANNING, KtS 12 E. 10MBAR0 ST.. <** o.t..s *,.. BALTIMORE, MD., Wholeaale Manufactnrer of Carriages, Road Carts, WagonB and DaytoDs. . . Dealer la . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD-, Sash...

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

?iu ^Wjima $iti*ea. DEMOCRATIC WKKKLV. I Entered at Irvioaton P.O. aaM claaa matt*r.: TA. C1TIZEN PUBL1AHING CO.. PUBL1SHRR8. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Offick Manager. ADVEBTISINO RATES 3 m. BOota. parlnoaaaohlnaar'a.or 4.00 a Inobea. 6.00 a - s.00 ? ?? 10,00 I - a 12.00 a - ' u.oo 8 " 18.00 10 m 88.00 IS ? H oolumn. BjU 1 oolumn. 40.00 8.00 10.00 14.00 17.00 *?.oo 20.00 ts.oo Sft.00 30.00 36.00 60.00 lyr. 10.00 15.01 S0.U) 30.01! 36.00 40.01' 45.01 52.0c 100.00 '35 par oaot additional for apeolal poaltlon AU eonununlcatlona or buainoaa lottera ataould l?e addreased to the Viroinia Citixbn, Irvington. Va.. to reeelve prompt attention. Friday, November O, 1908. IT'S FOR ETERNITY. It ia intimated that less than one fourth of all those enlisted in defense of the Union survive, and these are drop ping off at Che rate of forty thousand a year. Still the penaion list shows no diminution ? on the contrary, an increase. Will some expert mathematician solve the prob...

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

KELIGIOTS APPOINTMENTS. MKTHODI8T. Ra?. K. F. Uarxkr. Pastor. rvington, Flrat and Thlrd Sundays. 11 A.M.; Seond and Fourth Sundays. 8 P. M. White Stone. First and Thlrd Suadays, 3 P. M.; aeoond aud Fourth Sundays. 11 A. M. Asbury iFleots' Island), Seoond Sunday, 3 P. M.; Thlrd Sunday. 8 P. M. Poplar Neoa, Fuurt h Suodar, 8 P. M. Wesley, Flrat Sunday. S P. M. Rev. Portkr Iuiiiit. Pabtok. White Marsh, Sooond Sunday.SP.M.; Fourth Sunday. 11 A. M. Kdgely, Second Sunday, 11 A. M.: Fourth Suu day. 8 P. M. Kohoboth. Fli-at Sunday. 11 A. M.-. Thlrd Sun? day. 8 P.M. Bluff Point, Ftrai Sunday. 8 P. M.; Thlrd Suu dav. II A. M. Kilmarnock Hall. First Sunday, tM P. M. Mlla, Thlrd Sunday. 7:8u P. M. BAPTIST. Kit. F. W. Cuatbrook, Pastor. ivinirt.on. Second and Fourth Sundays,3:30 P. M.; First Sunday, 8 P. M. Wiooraioo, Klrst and Thir.s sundays, II A. M. K . Uaariiook. Scooud and Fourth Suudays, 11 A. M. Bluff Point Chapel, Thlrd Sunday. 3:30 P. M. Hretit's Hall (KMmariiook). Seoond. Fourth and Fl...

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

Christmas Hints For Santa Claus' Help ers?An Kmbraidered Pincushion ?'Doily Sachct and Other Presents EasilyMade. Any of the glfta plctured in tbis column may easily be made In an evening. The piucushlou shown ls worked out Id scrim and decorated with emplre wreaths in shaded green ribbon. Tbe sachet shown can easily be made out oC a aiuall dolly, which may be embroldered iu any approprlate flower. -S 11TEKALS IBQC1KD. A half Yaid of white lineo scrim. One bott of cx?pire. green baby ribbon. One-half ysrd each of two lighter ahadea ot ribbon. Two yaxds of cluny Uoe. aaaaaaBB=x;^EKa.c=^EM^s=^E^? XMBSOIDEKED MNCLSHION. The sachet pads are beld in place by baby rlbbous harinoulzimj witli tbe embroldery tlnts. A party bag that is decldedly uul(iue reseinbles iu shape a Chineae Isntern. Three ysrds of pompadour ribbun five lnches wlde were used ln niaklug lt. The ribbon was out Into six pieoes of equal length, poiuted at one eud. The pointed ends were sewed to gether, forming the full bo...

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

ir$itti?t Weaaly Joarnal Denoted to the lafeiests of lancaster County in Particular; the Horthern Neck aad Bappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large. VOLUME XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908. NUMBEB 7. 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. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. Establlshed In 18G2. C. S. SCHERMERHORN ?, SON, Kecelvera, sjhippera, Dcalere, QRAIN. IIAV, MILL FKEDH, SEEI) OAT8, LIN8EED MKAL COTTON 8EKI) MEAL, (1LUTEM FKED. Also Dielrlbntore of THK PURINA POULTltY FEEPS, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <???? Pr?" ???*.! BHTWORE, MD. BANNING, R. Aa *??? '-1 CaUiopno a&l Prlea Liat. 12 E. L0M8ARD ST.. ???? ?'??-> ???. BALTIMORE, MD., vVholuaalc Manufacturer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDs. . . Dealer la . . . . Carriage- and. Wacron-Makers* Supplies....

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

OE.MUCHAT1C MEKK1.Y. VlnUredat Irvinstvn P.O. Utt ajaaj matUr.l TA. CITIZEN Pl'HLlsiiiMt CO., Hllll.lSIIKKv iUBBCRiPTioN: $1.00a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Officb Manager. ADVBBTI8INQ RATKB 8 n.'oni.'lyt. ?aeaa. sarinebeaon tneer'n.or 4.00 e.UO ? iukw, e.oo io.ou S.00 14.01) 10.00 17.00 u.oo|ai>.oo 14.00S8.00 S~ 18.0088.00 Z W.UOtaO.OO * X aoluaDB. B5.oOi38.on - 1 sslauaa, 40.OoioO.ouUoo.oa aW? Hr *?at additional torapeclal poaltlou 10.10 IS.CI au.to S5.00 3ll.(Ii :?.t<i 40.H' o.<? "trltai ta reaataa aoiumna. 10 aanta per ? laparall lina. Uttltaarlaa, rellfloa* notleee of entertatrt '"??. ?xauralone. ata.. one half retrular All ?oBBtatanloationa or buiineae letterv aaeald beadurvaaed tothe Tiruinu Citizen. ferriasraoa, Va.. U> r?calT? prompt attention. rrtday, Neveruber 19, 1008. "ROBIN AROON." IIr. Armistend C. (rordon, of St?uutou, better known in liis own State asalawyer of pronii aenee, has stepped out of his \ < &amp...

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

LOCAL, MENTION. ADootnrjouoloattonsshould beaddreaaed to tae ViKoiMiA Jitizem. Irrluaton.V.. Mra, Jno. R. Davia ia viaiting frienda and relatives in Baltimore. Old newapapera for sale at the Citizen office 20 centa per 100. Capt. J. Edwin Bussells ia going about, after a spell of sickness. Social Circle Monday night next at the home of Mra. T. J. Haydon. If only some of our gentlemen of leiaure would go gunning for cata! E. W. Long and daughter, Miss Fauline, were in Baltimore this week. Berkley Blake returned Monday from Norfolk, where he had been for two weeks. Dr. Geo. H. Oliver will be absent from Irvington for ten days from this date (November 13). Hon. W. W. Old, jr., of Norfolk, and J. Griff Edwards. esq., of Portsmouth, were guests of the editor last week. Geo. C. Kirkrnyer is gathering third or fourth crop of strawberries this week. How's that for Tidewater climate? Mra. Sally Willing returned Monday from a two months' visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Taylor, in Ports moat...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 13 November 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrlg-ht. 1908. by Kdwln A. Nye. A KID POLICENAN. Chief of Pollee Kichmond of Counell Bluffs, Ia.. bas a uorel metbod for re formlng unruly sud iiilscliievous lmys without the nld of a Juvenile court. In a word, tbis ls his reelpe: Make a policeman of tbe boy! Rlchmoud's "kld pollee force" ls pop ular, aud about every boy ln town wauts to Joln. Juvenile crlme has al? most dlsappeared, and "young men rrlinlnals" get no recrults from the ranks of tbe boya. Nearly every normal boy wants to be a "copper." On tbat deslre Richmond has built his law and order force of youthful no llcetuen. The force Includes street arabs, newsboys nnd bootblaeks, besidcs Intys from the best homes. It ls cunngcd for different occuslous, so that e\er\ boy geta a cbanee to serve. There ls no heavler dlsgrace than to be arrexted while a memlier of the foree. To Ulustrate the cblefa metbod? Prevlous to tbe Fourth of July four years ago he forbads the sbootlng of flrecrae...

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