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

$inia Weetly Joiraal Deietei te tfce latetests ol lancaster Counly in Parlicular; the Nonhern Wecfc and Rappahannock Valley in General, anJ the World at large. Volumb XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. ' ? . NUMBEB 8. 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. (14 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIHORE, ID. ?????_____________________?----_________________?_________ Establtshed ln 1802. C. S. SCHERMERHORN ?fc 80N, Recelvers, 8hippera, Dealers, OKAIN. HAY, M1L.L, FEED8, SBEO OAT8, Lir.'SKKI) MEAL COTTON 8EED MEAL, (JLCTEN FEED. Alao Diatrlbotorn of THE PURINA POULTBY FEEDR. 127 and 129 Cheapside, <????? **?* tt^t.? butihore, MD. BANNINC, ?-* 12 E. LOMBARO ST., ??? ??*?? su. BALTIMORE, MD., Wbolesale Vlanufacturer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDs. . . n?*ler in . . . . Carriage- and. _ Wae^on-Maker8, Supplies. fRANK T. CL...

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 November 1908

I?i:M(M K.VTK WEKKLY IBntared at Irvingrton P.O.asSd claaa mattcr.] TA. CITIZEN PLBLISHINU CO.. rtBLISBBKa. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R, ROWE. Office Manager. ADVBKTI8ING RATKS. 3 m. tOota. parlngbaaohtnasr'n.or ?.00 ?.00 1 i>??w, ?.ot> laoo 15.00 ? ?? u in mm tnm 8.< 10.< 11.00 14.00 18.00 S 92.00 M X aolumn. 95.00 1 aolun.ii, 40.00 9B.O0 40.00 90.00! 45.00 H8.O01 52.00 aaooiioooo ? par a??t addltiona) forapoclal poaltlon ? n.ilyr. 14.00 17.08 90.00 ?.oo 10.00 90.00 85.00 80.00 NativM in raaaiBK (oiubdi, 10 oents per a >nparall t'.ua. Obliaartaa, rallgioua noticea of antertaln ????*?. axcuralooa. ato.. one-half ntjrular ratea. AU aommantoatlona or bustncM letters Cauld be addreaseHi to tbe Vibqimia Citizbn. rlaarton. Vn.. to reoetve prompt attention. Prldar, November ao,1008. WHATS IN A NAME. Toanexperiencedeyethe nutiv ity of an oyster is \isuallv dis cernable?as iR alRo his liealth condition, and whetht*r he in wild or has become domesticiited. The...

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 November 1908

RELIOIOUS APPOINTMENTS. METRODIST. K?v. E. F. (Jahseh. Pastor. rvlngton, First and Tbtrd Sundays. 11 A.M.; Seennd and Fourtta Bundaya. 8 P. M. White Stone. First and ThlrdS-.iPdara.3P.il.; Second and Fourtta Sundays. 11 A. M. Astaury (Fleeta* Uiand), Second Sunday. 3 P. Sf.; Thlrd Suoriay, * P. M. Poplar Neok, FourrhSundav. 3 P. M. Wesley. First Sunday. 8 P. M. Rav. Pohtkr Hardt, Pastor. White Marsh. Seoond Sunday,3 P.M.; Fourth Sunday. 11 A. M. Kdgely. Second Sunday, 11 A. M.; Fourth Suu day, 3 P. M. Rehoboth. Flrat Suoday. 11 A. M.; Tblrd Sun? day. 3 F. M. Bluff Point, Flisi ?unday, 3 P. M.: Thlrd Sun? day, II A.M. Kilmarnoek Hall. Klist Sunday. 7:3" P. M. Mlla. Thtid Swtiday. 7:3U P. M. BAPT1ST. r?t. F. W. CbATBHOOK. Paator. rTinafon.SecotnlH.iui Fourth Sundays, 3:90 7 P. M.; First Sunday. 8 P. M. Wtootniou, Ftrsl and Thiro Sunday*. 11 A. M. Ailtaarnock. Second and Fourth Suudaya. 11 A. M. Bluff Point Chapel, Tblrd Sunday. 330 P. II. Brout'8 Hall (Ktlmaruoc*). S-ootid. Fourth and...

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

Heari to Heari Talks. fty EDWIN A. NYE. Cepjrrla-ht. 1MS. by Bdwto A Nye THE CRYSTAL CUF OP UFE. The poet calls Mfe "cryatal challce." Which is a flne njrure. You can oll a challce or cup to tbe brim, and then lf you want an over? flow you must thruat or drop some thtng lnto It The amonnt of the overflow will be daatermined by the sise of that which you p?t lnto the cup. What you get oot la of the aame quandty as that which you put in. 80 k human Mfe. He who made our earthly vessels of mortal llfe fllied them even to the brtm. Tour earthly challce holds wlth la It life. Whether you shall have that llfe "mose abundantly" dependa upon what yoo put lnto the veaaeL What you get tn overflow Is measnredi by what you put ln. For lnatanoe? lf yoo pnt love lnto the ohalloa of your llfe. your ltfe will overflow m aoveHneaa. If you put hatred lnto R, lt will overflow tn hatred. If you put ain toto your cup or llfe. slnfulneas will overflow. In other words. TOU CANNOT OET ANY MORE OUT OF YOUR U...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 November 1908

tr$mm Weekly Joaraal Deialad te the latarasts of Lancaster County in Particnlai; the Horthem Necfc and Bappahannocfc Valley ia Gaaeial. and the World at large Volumb XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, NOVEMBER 27, 1908. NUMBEB 9. 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, FREDERICK STRBBT.,_BALTIMORE, MD. Eetabllsbed ln 18G2. C. S. SCHERMERHORN ?fc SON, Recclvera, Shippers, Dealera, OKAIN, HAY, M1LL. FEED8, SEED OATS, LINSEED MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL, CSL.UTEK FEKD. Alao Diatrlbutora of TBE PUR1NA POULTKY FEEDS, 127 and 129 Cheapside, (*?" ^.? s,r*etj BAITWORE, MD. Ri Aa a?Bl fOV BANNING, StT1 12 E. LOMBARO ST.. <*?? o*t..? ?.. BALTIMORE. MD., Wnolesale Vlanufactorer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDs. . . Dealer ia . . . . Carriage- and. ? _ Waeron-Makers* Supplies. fRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 November 1908

DKMOCHATIC M'KKKLY. IBntared at Irvia*tonP.O.as&l claaa matter.] TA. CITIZEN PIBL1SH1NU CO., CMIIISIIKKS. Subscuption: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. H. ROWE, Office Managek. AU (ommunli'Rtiuui or business letters ?bould be addreased tuthe Virginia Citizen, Irvitvrton. Va.. to rocelve prompt atteution. Frlday, November 27,1908. AS TO OYSTERS. It is an odd thought that ol all the crops planted, that ol oysters is tbe unly on?> that can beharvested any t imo t he planter chooses. lf a man had a sort ol potatoes that raight, in case the laarket was dull or the potatoes not fully grown, leave them in the (sround. to grow larger by another season, he would have something to sell that would be be worth for seed the weight in gold or diamonds. Itut the po? tatoes cannot be left over, nor can his wheat or corn crop, in case of a dull market or poor yield. He niust dig his peanuts at the right time, and gather in his tobacco, but his oysters he can leave until next year if he cannot sel...

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

LOOAL MENTION. All oommuotoattoaa should be ad<1r?aaaa to t he Viaoiaia Oitixsm. Irvlaartoa.Va. Epworth League Social will meet to (Friday) at th? parsonage. Wayland D. Wilder and Irving Mes? sick were in Baltimore this week. L. T. Rock, jr., spent Thanksgiving at his parental home at Litwaltoo. Mr. and Mrs. Emest Gresham and little daughter, of Ottoroan, were here Tuesday. Purnell Sanders, of Richmond county, is visiting his cousin, Geo. W. Sanders, this week. _ Capt. I. W. Hunt and J. O. Powell,, of upper Rsppahannock, were recent visitora here. _ S. A. Sherman, of the Md., Del.. and Va., R'y Co., spent a few days off here the past week. _ Mr. and Mrs. W. G. FoxwelL of Fiah erman, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. R. F. Meekins. _ Mrs. MaxMajor, of Middlesex county, J wss the guest of Mrs. Jno. R. Davis a few days this week. Jno. George, of Urbanna, spent several dsys the past week with his sister, Mrs. J. T. Rilee. Mrs. David Sullivan, of Rehoboth Church, spent Tuesday with her| ...

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

Heari to Heart Talks. Br EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrtsht. 1*08. by Edwlr. A. Ny?. A rLOWER FOR. BABY S GRAVE. Tbis ls a true story of what bap pened ln Proapect Hlll cemetery at Omaha, Neb.: Two boye, just average Atnerlcan boys, were strolllng through the ceme? tery. Many of tbe graves were dec orated wlth flowers. in that walk the lads came across a amall grave that had no flowers on lt. Tbe youoger boy, aged about seven yeasa, stopped and looked at the grave. He torned about to see lf any one was near. Tbe coast seemed clear. He crept over ta a ncarby mound that was almoet covered wlth flne bloesoma Talllus; his companion to keep watch, ehe little fetlow selected severul bou queta from tbe well decorated grave. t$ecreUaag the flowers under his jacket, he crapt back to the neglected little moend aoxl gently and lovlngly be atowad them upon the tlny grave. Tha two Irttle fellows walked qulet flj away, speaklng no word to each oth ?? nnttl they reached the street outslde the oeinetery. Thea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 4 December 1908

ttmnia VOLUMB XVIII. Weefcly Joaiaal Darofed la taa latetests of Laacastei County in Paiticular; the Worlhern Hecfc and Rappahannocfc Valley ia General, aad the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1908. NUMBEB 10. 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. 11* S. PREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. Eutabilbbtd la 1862. C. 8. SCHERMERHORN dt SON Recelvera, rthippcrs, Dealers, QRAIN. IIAY, M1LL FEEIJ8, SEED OAT8, LIN8EED MEAL. OOTTON SEED MEAL, (1LUTEN FEED. Alto Diatrlbutora of TBE PUR1NA POULTRY FEEI>8, 127 and 129 Cheapside, (*??? Prau *u+n > BjUTWJRE, HD. fCa Aa 3?l4 for BANNING, ?ZZ? 12 E. L0M8AR0 ST.. ????? <"t..? st., BALTIMORE, MO., Waolesale Hanufactnrer of Carriages, Road Carte, Wagons and Daytons. . . Dealer la . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers* Supplies. fRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 4 December 1908

1)i:m(kkatic wkkki.y. lKr.ttn.il at IrviriKtun P.O.asSd claaa matter.] VA. CITIZEN I'lHLlSHINM CO.. niU.lNllKKH. Subscription: $1.00a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Ofpice Manager. All communicntions or business letters slmiild beaddreased to the Viroinia Citizkk, Irving-ton. > a.. to roovive prompt attentlon. Friday, Deeeruber 4, l?o8. (JKUMANY VKRsrs KXULAND We lvad about Enjrland's un eajsiuessover the restless German attitude, and wondei- if there is KOod ertuse. The tlraveler does not touch (ieiinan soil before KoniebruMueTeuton lellow-truv elet* lias deliv?>reri huiiHelf of a syinposiuiu upon how his nation would wi|>e up Kn*rland if onoe they could land any nuinber of men on En^laud's soil. He has an nhidiiur faith that no oue hundred-nnd-eig:hty pounds of .?ivoirdupois that rlits the earth caa withstnnd a hundred-nnd-a lialf of (lerinan Hesh and blood. He rculi/.es. struii?e tosny. that bis navj is weaker than Knjr land's.bnt if be had three-fourtlis the fiirbtin<...

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

LOCAL MENTION. All oommunloationa ahould beaddreaaa* to tba ViaoiNiA wItibbk. Irvlnaton.Va. Vernon 0. Willey waa in Norfolk thia Mra. Geo. StC. Smith gave a dining to a few frienda Wedneaday. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at the home of Mra. F. A. Gunby. Mra. Geo. H. Oliver is apending a while in Baltimore with friends. Miaa Edith Messick gave a party to young frienda Thankagiving night. Mra. Lucy Eubank, of Ottoman. ia guest of Mra. Wra. McDonald Lee. Mra. Addboo P. Garner left Tuesday for a two-weeka* viait in Baltimore. J. Wood Tull waa on the Eaatern Shore laat weekworking onpolice boats there. Mr. and Mra. A. E. Segar, of Lock laaav wera here Monday, having dental work done. Miaa Nell Ford has been kept indoors tbe paat week by a aore foot caused by stepping on a nail. The young people of the village en gaged in an oyster roast Monday evening near ateamboat wharf. Mr. and Mrs. Spicer Mitchell, of Boer. apent a few daya this week with Mr. and Mra. B. S. Mitchell. H. P. Hall, coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 4 December 1908

Heari to Heaii Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Oat)yrisTt.t. UOa. by Kdwln A. Ny.. THX NOTSEsVS TREIL L<aok. how thia lova?tbla naotbar?run* tbroua/h all Thia world Qod nuule?evan tba baaat ib* blrdL. ?Tannyaon. One woman Journeyed on foot 1.000 milea, drawlng a llttle expreas wagon that ahe mlgbt keep ber children to ajetaer. Mra. BHa M. Arthur performed thia feat Sbe thus traveled all tba way from Taxaa to Amaa, Ia. Blx years ago tbe bnaband deaerted ber and three small children. Her en tlre capltal waa a cow, a plg aad two emall hand*. Mra. Arthur chanced to come acroaa a uamboyant clrcnlar telllng of a new town oo tha guhf coauat. The land flow ed with mllk and honey?and oppor tunity, ao lt aald. 8elllng cow and plg, abe bonght a tlcket to tba Texas town. Then camt dlsllltutlotx. The town waa moatly on paper. But the woman waa grltty. She found a temporary home for tha older children la tbe Texaa country. ?he bought a llttle wagon and had left SO centa to get to South Dakota. where a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 11 December 1908

ittgitiia VOLUME XVIII. W^y^uriiaUle?oteil to the Interests of lancaster Counly in Particular; the Nortltern Heck and flappahannock Valley ia General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1908. NUMBEB 11. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINiSTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokets and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. PREDERICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. Estabiisbed In 1862. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN <fc SON, Recelvers, Sbippers, Dcaiers, ORAIN, HAY, MILL, FEED8, SEED OAT8, L1NSKEI) MEAI COTTON SEED MEAL, OLUTEN FEED. Also Distrlbutors ot TBE PURINA POULTRY FEEPS. 127 and 129 Cheapside, <N*?r ***** ***** \HiT1WttC MD. BANNING, ?jttr 12 E. 10MBMD ST..?" o?t?? *?.. BairiMORE, MO., Wholetale Mamifacf arcr of Carriagea, Road Carts, Wagona and Daytoos. . . Dealer in . . . . Carriage- and. _ W'acron-Makers' Supplies. fRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Saah, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils and Qlass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 11 December 1908

im:m(kuatic wekkly. IKnti'riHl at Irvlnjrtoti P.O.aa2d claes mattcr.l ? A. t'lTl/.KX Pl BL1AHIN .? CO., I l MI ISHKKH. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance W. R. ROWE. Officb Manager. Frlday, Decefuber 11, lt>08. THE OYSTKR'S FOOD. The "Oysterman" states that the food of the oyater is "dia? toms", but leuves us to guess wliat these are. Diatoms are minute, microscopie shell-fish, so small that they are invisible to thenaked eye, but whenexamiued under the niieroseoi>e are CBDOCd ingly curious crentures iadoad. [magias a little clam, with top and bottoni leuves like a real clam, but the top fitting on the bottom shell sornething like a I i t H? box. Inskle^the shell is the diatom, a really live creature, but. as said, so small it takes a nj.agnifyju? glass to see him. jMjjbody is .soft and jelly-like, just the sort of food that the oyster can readily digest, and the shell is composed of the saine 111 a t erials ? lime-stuff?that the oyxter-shell is made of. So when II in >...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 11 December 1908

UXJAL MUNTIOJM. &U uumnuDivatioDd tbuuld beadUrv* the ViaoiMiA Jitibbm. Irviturton.V?. Herman Smith, of Hampton. ia spending this week here. Capt. J. E. Bussells and J. T. Rilee are in Baltimore this week. Poatponed Aid Society will meet to night (Friday) at home of Mrs, F. A. Gunby. Fred W. Gunby, and Carroll Harding, are in Baltimore this week Belecting new stocks. R. B. Broun, of Brouns Store, Fertil iawr Inapector for First Congreasional Diatriet, was here Wednesday on busi? ness. Capt, J. N. Wilder, who is engaged in the oyster business on the st-aside, apent a few days at his home here the paat week. _ Dr. Newbill and Lee Simmons went out in the Rappahannock Wednesday and retumed with thirty ducks as re surt of a few hours' shooting. W. McDonald Lee is today attend ing Miasion Board session of Virginia Conference in Richmond. F. G. Newbill is also in Richmond?on legal matters. We would thank friends who may have copies of Citizen of October 16th. 1908, which they have fini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 11 December 1908

ENGLISH TRIBUTE TO GEN. LEE. (Philip Stanhope Wolsley's atanzas to General Lee, with his tranalation of the "Iliad.") "The grand old bard that never diea, Receive him in our English tongue! I send thee, but with weeping eyes, The story that he sung. ?Thy Troy is fallen, thy dear land Is marred beneath the spoiler's heel. I cannot trust my trembling hand To write the things I feeL "Ah realrn of tombs! but let her beai This blazon to the last of timea: No nation rose so white and fair, Or fell so pure of crimes. "The widow's moan, the orphan's wail, Come round thee; yet in truth be strong! Eternal right, though all else fail, Can never be made wrong. "An angel's heart, an angel'a mouth, Nor Homer's could alone for me Hymn well thegreat Confederate South, Virginia first, and Lee." Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. CopyrlgrM. 1908. by Edwtn A. Nr%, BROKE FAiTH: KILLED HE&SELF. In a flt of remorse becauee she had worked on a Jewlsh holidajr Fannla Chanon, a young girl of Chlcago...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 18 December 1908

irjjittfet Weekly Journal Devoted lo the Interests of lancasier County in Particular; the Horthern Xecfc and Rappahannock Valley in General. and the World at Large. VOLUME XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, DECEMBER 18, 1908. NUMBEB 12. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS'SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHAIMDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. ttj S. FREDER1CK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD, Establlsbtd lu 1802. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN A SON, Recelvcrs, Sbippers, Deatera, GRAIN, HAY, MILL FEED8, SEED O.VT8, LINSEED MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL, OLUTEN FEED. AIho Distrlbator* of THE PUR1NA POULTHY FF.EDR. %V and 129 Cheapside, <????? p?" ***? HWIWORE, MD. R. A. *< " BAIlllllir 5a*--aiT?s ui All IllllUa Pnec 12 E. LOMBARO ST., o?r. .><t*?d st., BALTIMORE, 5AD., ^Vbolesale Vtanafactnrer of Garriages, Road Carts, Wagons and Daybons. . . Dealer la . . . . Carriage- and. WafcTon-Makers' Supplies. fRANK T. CLARK GOMPANY, LTO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 18 December 1908

?i:.M(M UATK WKKKI.Y. [ Kntvrvt at Irvingtoii F.O.aaSM class matter.] VA. CITIZEN PLBLIAHINtt CO.. riiiMii S';BSCRirnoN: $1.00 a year. in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. Frlday, December 18, 1908. PRINTIXtiTHK MOWS. The Itichmoiul NflWO laWlftfJT tftkes the YiuoiniaCitizkn inildly ,to taakfor eertain stricturrs on the newa and advertising as pub Usbed iu theeity dailies, and sets forth its views*as to the impor tance of publishing the aews of the day, no matter what, deein ing it the business of anewspaper to priut what is going on. Not having to mannge a great dafly, with its many pagee, and being 0f m>cessity coini^lktl to jnit what we have for our readers on fonr small sides of a sheet, we iiiv of necessity somewhat re ricted: No more puttlmg task comes to the average country editor.than to decide just what f to seleet out of the great mass of news eurrentthat he hasin hand. lle has to keep many things in miml, such as for example the ?0*6 of readiag his subscril>ers w...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 18 December 1908

RELltilOCS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODI8T. Rsv. E. F. Oarmkh. Pastor. rvloatoo. First and Thlrd Sundaya. 11 A. M.; Second and Fourtb Sundaya. 8 P. M. White Stone. Flrat and Thlrd Sucdaja.3 P. M.; Second sod Fourth Sundays. 11 a. M. Asbury (Fleeta* Isisod), Seoood Suuday, 3 P. M.: Thlrd Suuday. 8 P. M. Poplsr Neok, Fourth Sundav. 3 P. M. Weslsy. Flrat Sunday. a p. M. BSV. PORTSH 1?AHDT. I'ASTolU White Marah. Beoond Sunday,3 P.M.; Fourth Huoday.ll A. M. Bdfsly. Seeond Sucday, 11 A. M.; Kourth Sun? day. 8 P. sL Rsboboth. Ft.n Sundsy, II A. M.; Tbird Sun? day, 8 P. M. Bluff Polnt. Ki.ai Sunday, 8 P. M.; Thlrd Sun? day, II A. M. Kllmarnook Hall, Flrat Sunday. 7-JM P. M. Mlla, Thlrd Sunday. 7:SU P. M. BAPTIST. Rsv. t. W. Cutihook. Pastor. rvinpxon, Second snd Fourth Sunday*. v:ms P. M.; Flrat Sunday. 8 P. M. Wtoonaico. Flrat and ThlrO Sundaya. 11 A. M. Klhasrooek., Second and Fourtu Sundays, 11 A. M. Bluff Point Tbapel. Thlrd Sunday. 3-.30 P. M. Breufs Hall (KUmarnock). S*>eond, Fourth and Fl...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 18 December 1908

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrlarht. 1908. by Edwtn A. Nya. IS HETTY CREEN HAPPY? Iteoa. A plaln old womau, wear Injr a dowdy blnck dress, with a slat ternly apj>earlng old bat tipped over a shrewd eye and a cunniug face. That ls a paja phture of Iletty Green, owner of many lullllons, as she slts aaher ptivata desk !u tbe big bank she v>vrns Ln New York city. Bince the days of Russell Sage this ?jMaatan his more ready cash to lend ?than. any other person ln Gotbam. When (axes* come ln slowly and tha ? ity authorities need money to meet the- bravy expenses they go to Hetty Qreen for lt?aud pay good iuterest f<r i he short loan. you may be sure. Vvr many years Iletty Green llved in :? t henp flat ln Iloboken, Just across tho rlver from Manbattnn, and pakl tbereror a rentafl bf $19 por month. New York Knsped when she gave up her flat and moved Into the high prlco<l Tlaza hotel. It did not last loug. though Iletty could have bought the hotel aihI never mlssed t...

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