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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 December 1908

n imiwlm WeeHy Journal Devoled to the Interests ol Lancasler County in Particular; the Horthern issj and Rappahannock Valley in Genetal, and the World at large. V-OI.UME XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1908. NUMBEB 13, 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. FREDER1GK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. Ketablbbcd in 1802. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Recelvera, tibippera, Dealers, GRAIN, HAY, Mlaali FEED8, SKKI) OATS, LIN8EED MKAL COTTON 8EED MKAL., GLUTEN FEED. Also Diatrtbutore >>1 THE PUR1NA POULTRY FEEPS. I27 and I29 Cheapside, c-' **?? *"~^ RaiTiHORE. MD. Ri A. *sa*1 'or ? _% mM tVl ? fkj aO J*u.osrua aad DAIlnllNll, Prlc. 12 E. LOMBARO ST.. ** o<t?.d it, BALTIMORE, !SD.f ?Vhologalw vtanafactnrer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDs. . . Dealcr in . . . . Garriage- and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 December 1908

She ikg u\Ui tb\ ci\. i>i-:m<><'ka.ti<* wkkki.y. [aa%**a**l at Irving-ton P.O.asftl classmatter.] WL. CIT1ZEN VI HLISHINW CO., PVBUMHKK8. S'ibscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manageb. All commanlcations or business Ictter* aiiuuM i>i- a<ldrvsse<l tothe Vikuinia Citizbn. I.-viitg-tun, Va.. to revviv? prowpt attentlon. Frl?lay, December 25, lOoS rilHISTMAS. \ lt wasat first "Christ Mass". or holy day degenerated from lat inour time, andindeed for a . long way back. Sorry to sav tbat so many deem it still a day ol festivity of a sort that brings little eredit to the iiame of the ( hrist ( hild who camedown from heaven and was incarnate, dwell? ing among shiful men and for - their sakes'becarue so poor that hehad not even a place for shelter sj^ve such aswas tendered him bv ?iowj well nigli as poor as he ? '4eftsf. We who, if not rich, are at not slielterless, may well be thank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 December 1908

RELItilOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODI8T. Bbt. B. F. Oaikii. Paator. rTlngrtoo, Flrat and Tblrd Situdaya. 11 A.M.; Seond and Fourtta Sunday a. 8 I\ M. Whlt? Stone, First and Tblrd Sucday*,? 1\ M.; Seoond and Fourth Sundays. 11 A. M. Atbury (Fleeta' Island), Second Sunday, 3 P. af.; Tblrd Sunday. 8 P. M. Poplar N?ok. Kourth Sundav. 3 P. M. Wealey, Plrat Sunday. 8 P. M. Bav. W. L. Wahi, Pabtok. WtaiteMarah, Seoond Sunday,3P.M.; Fourth Sunday. ll A. af. Bdg?ly, Second Suoday, II A. M.; Kourth Sun? day. 3 P. M. Rehoboth. Plrat Suoday, II A. M.; Tblrd Sun? day , 3 P. af. Bluff Point, Flrat Sunday. 8 P. M.: Thlrd Sun? day. II A. M. Kilotarnock P-rat Sunday, 7.00 P. M ; Tblrd Sunday.7*0 P. U. Ml.'a. Fourtti Sunday. 7:0U P. M. BAPTIST. Bbt. f. w. CLATBROot. Pastor. rvine**?n. Seoond and Fourth Sundays, 1:30 P. at.: Flrst Sunday. 8 P M. Wteoaotco. Flrst and Thtrd Sundays, 11 A. M. Ktlaaarnock. Second and Fourth Sun laye, 11 A. M. Bluff Point Pbapel, Tblrd Sunday. 3jn P. M. Srent's Hall (K'irnarin&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 December 1908

THEIREVE OF NOBL BY Virginia LeillaWenti ?* M fS HRCI, tnonsieor!" cried the | m/B conciergo us he cheerfully lf ? took the sMver coln. "A happy Noel, monsieur!" Lanslng Drake entered tbe little im passe oo tbe broad Avenue du Maine Bbaking his shouklers, for his back nched. IIc had been working at tbe I-ouvre for tlve Bteady bours?till tbe very last fraction of light held out. Why not? What part had he In the festivitlcs of these happy Frencb pco ple? Was oot be onc of tbe homeless oncs, separated by tbe wldtb of an oceuu from- bls famlly? In his studlo apartment he threw hlmself on a dlvan wltb a pipe and a Journal Amusaut. But tbe Journal was full of alluslons to tbe season, and soniehow he sigbed. The eve of Noel ?Chrlstmas eve! It had been the very best tiine of the yenr ovcr tbere in bis dear sontbern horue. What were tbey dolng now? Getting the things ready for tbe trees, and tylng up the wrenths of bolly with rcd ribbon, and bangtng a brnnch of uilstle?oh, pshaw. what right ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 January 1909

xrgittia (Sxtx^eti* VOLUMB XVIII. Werily Journal Devotad to thelalerestsof UncasterCountyinParticular; theNorthernNecfcand Bappahanaock Valleyin General. and the World ai large. IRVINGTON. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1909. NlTBfBEB 15. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEA SAL BROMRS p :ta AN EXTRAORDINARY CHANCE FOR WATCHFUL BUYERS Best Lancaster and Amoskeg apron Gingham, for this sale 6c peryard. All our calicoes, worth from 6c to 8c, sale price 5c " " 36-inch Woolen Dress Goods worth 50c. Special for this sale, to go out at 29c per yard. Best 10c Dress Ginghams at 7c " All our best Flannels to go at 8c " 36-inch wide bleached Muslin that generally sells at 10c. Special at 6 3-4c peryard, A much better grade of Muslin at 8 l-2c " 36-inch wide white Cambric, best 10c kind, to go at 7 1 -2c per yard. A big lot of Embroidery Edging worth up to 10c. Sale price 4 l-2c per yard. Best standard table Oil-cloth, different colors, 12 l-2c per yard. Good heavy men's fleeced lined Underwear, worth 50c, specU at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 January 1909

Sa* Cirpmi ti>i:tUcn. DBMOCftikTIC W1EKLT ?A. OfTIIU PIBLISIIINtf CO., I'lltMSHKHS. P?;bscrjition: $1.00 a year. in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manacer. All comrnuntcations or buslnoss latlim I rvlPKtun ' V* "E2 *S t l.o V, ??, s'i u i'fiS* irvmytoa. v a.. to reoeive prompt aUentton. Frlday, January 8, !?<.??. THEEAOTHQUAKEIN ITALY The recenl earthquake in ftaly eclipses ;mv catastrpphe in the hiatdry of febo world onleas fche reports, which are nol generallv accepted. be credited as true of one in China many years ago in which miilions of livVs were lost. It eertainlv far <>xeeeds any dis aster of the kind repofted or reeordedin oanturiesot Eoropean history. The wideepread char acter of the calamity, the i?n mense number of lives lost and thedeatructionofpfttperty, whieh mchirif* almoMt hundreris of bowns and villages, stamps it ae the mostawfu] of human trage dies. From fire man mav flee, andfrom floodshemay eecape, for he has at leasl t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 January 1909

uOCAL MJfiNTlON. All oomoauoloationo ahuuld tw ticMriWB* to lb? V IKOIN1A JlTIZBN. I r VlUtftOU. VH. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at the home of Mrs. W. McD. Lee. Misa Annie I. Long was homc from Blackstone to spend the holidays. Miaa Lucy Davis. of Sharps, is the gueet of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. R. Davis. Capt. Sam Nelson, of Fairfields, was here Xmas day en route to Haltimore. Fred Kirkmyer, of Baltimore, spent the holidays at his parental homc here. Miaa Ruby V. Smith spent Monday and Tuesday in Richmond and NorfoIU. Mra. E. L. Wilder and little son, Hunter. of Ffedericksburg, are visiting relatives here. _ Chaa. R. Callis has returned from a two weeks' visit to friends in West moreland county. Thoa. W. Croxton, who is attending school in Richmond, spent the holidays at his home here. Mrs. P. H. Sadleranddaughter, Misa Irene, of BaUimore, have been spend ing aome time with relatives here. James Harding, of lower Northumber land, was guest the past week of his brothers, J. C. and R. W. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 January 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. ? By EDWIN A. NYE. Copyrlnrht. 1908. by Fdwln A. Ny?. ONE WOMAN'S EXTR.AVAGANCE. afra. ffoarard OaaaM sjM*nt 5224.000 for "pin iuoney" ln one year. This feet was revealed ln the dlvoree suit broujiht by ber husbuud. Sbe speut this tremendous sum for dressee, kuickknaeks, eutertalnlng, etc. Moreover? Mrs. Could, wbile maklng no denlal of tbe faet tbat she had expended the vnst sum on ber personal wauts, eou toadad throuRh her counsel tbat Mr. Qoadd bad tried to starve her out of Oeadd eastle. Two buudred and twenty-four tbou f ind doilars! Kota n few figures: The starvatlon allowauee made by Mr. Ootild would feed 100.000 starvlng I>oor for sevoral wbole days. If this sum of $224,000 were ln sllver doilars It would rc<iulre 140 husky men to eany lt lf each man carried 100 IKHinds. Tbat 111a ny sllver doilars would VreigB seven ton.s, a falr load for slx aotaaa to puii. Accordlng to tbe census. the average pxp( naa of au Auierieau fainlly is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 January 1909

itainxa Weelly Journal Devoteti to the Intetests aj lancaster Ccunty in Particular; the Horthern Hecfc and Rappahannocl Yalley jg General, anJ the World at Large. Volume XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1909. Nc/MBEB 16. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants Fer MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRBDER1CK STREET., _BALTMORE, MD, Ktlablisiica la 1802 C. S. 8CHERMERHORN A SON, Recelvcrs, obipptsrs, Dealers, OKAIN, 1IAY, MII.L, FKKDS, SEE1) OATS, LIMSKED A1KAL COTrON HEEI) MK\L, CiLUTEN FEEO. Albo Distrlbutor.- <<f THE PURINA PUULTttY FEEI>?. 127 and 129 Cheapside, <*?* *?" **r**v\ 8HTIIA0RE, WD. R. A. ???? <* DAIllVmU, Prle. 12 E. L0M3ARD ST., <** ?*??? ?* BJ?LTimOREv MD.. Wnoleaale Vl&uufacturer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagon8 and Dayfcons. . . Dealer tn . . . , Carriage- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 January 1909

8fcr ^iijiinia (>)itigfu. 1 >i:M< aCB ATIP WKKKLY. [ F.ntvn-.l at Iti injfton P.O.asSd claastnntter.] VA. (1TIZEN PUBLIftHINtf CO., | I'llSUMIlKv S- ?s? kiption: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. Ar?VERT181Na RATKb 3 m. Wcta. pormcheacblnaer'n.or ?.00 ilnchos. o<00 ? .. 8.00 14.00 * in i.i i- r*i om. Ml 10.00 10.00 17.00 M 12.00 80.00 14.00 32.00 ,? ? 18.00 36.00 83.00! 30.00 w.w, i?~i -S Oolumn. 85.0036.00' 52.0t> icoiumn. 40.00.80.00 100.00 t.W 25 per oent addltlonal for special poaition lyr. 10.OU 15.UU 80.00 85.00 80.00 akai 40.00 45.00 Notloea in readlng ooiumna. 10 oenta per Qouparell line. OHtuarlea, religlous notices of entcrtaln ratea*' ?*?urBiona, etc.. one-balf re?ular All| ^ommiinicHtions or business lettcra 'hoVlHOIKIAClTlZK! o proinpt attcntion. -k i ,V LU,VimKKIU,ns or ouslnoss shouUl t>o aUdruHaed to tho Vihoikia Oiti ir\ lntton. \ a..to recoivo promut attrn " Frlday, ?Tanuary 15, 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 January 1909

LOCAL, MENTION. All commuDloaHoni) should bv addremed to the Virginia Jitixek. trvia*ton.V?. Social Circle Monday night at the home of Mrs. S. P. Simmons. Harry White, of Maryland, is visit ing his brother, Earl, at this place. J. Clinton Bew spent the pa3t week at his parental home in King & Queen. Epworth League Socialmeeting will be held tonight (Priday) at the parsonage. R. J. Baugham, of the postoffice departmcnt, Baltimore, is visiting friends here this week. Interesting meeting of Anti-Saloon League at W hite Stone Mcthodist church Tuesday 19th, 2:30 p. m. Two young white Plymouth Rock, roosters wanted. Address the Citizkn, or bring to Lancaster court. E. L. Wilder, mail agcnt on steamer Calvert, spent Saturday, Sunday and Monday with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harding enter tained a number of friends at Jtheit home Thursday evening of this week. Chas. H. Anderton, of Saluda, dropped off the wing and alighted in the Citizen office last Tuesday to wish us ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 January 1909

Heart to Hearl Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE Copyrlght. 1900. by Amerlcan Preaa Assoclation. THE GAMBLERS GAME. Young man, do not gamble. Or, lf you must and wl)l gamble, 50 Into the gambling business?become ? gambler. Do not bet on anotber man'a gama. If you do you will loee your money You may not think so, but you will loee your money Just the same. This is what Richard A. CanfleM. tha big New York gambler, sald about gambling a few years ago: "If you play with a gambler long enough he is bound to win your money. He can't help but get it. "When you piay with me in round numbers you put up $100, and agalnst that I put up $90. Now, flgure how loug you can keep doing this. You may win my money now and then, you may break me temporarlly, but aa long as you play agalnst me at the odds of 100 to 80 m have your money." Oanfleld knew. In the days of his proeperlty he la reputed to have made $5j000.000 in the gambling business. It is sald that for twenty years when he was ln the business he did n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 January 1909

irgittfct Weekly Journal Devoted 10 the Interesls of Lancaster Ccunly in Panicular; the Horthem Necfc and Rappahannocl Yalley in General, and the World at large. Volume XVIII IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909. NUMBBB 17. 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 j S. FREDBRICK STREET.,_BALTIMORE, MD. EstnblUhed in 18U2. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Reeeivers, fcjcippera, Oealera, OKAIN. HAY, IVIIIaIa FKE1>8, MEED OAT8, LINSF.ED MKAL COTTON 8EEI> MBAlaj CJMJTEN FEED. Also Uiatribatorb of THE PURINA POUITRY FEED8. 127 and 129 Cheapside, (*~* *?? **?*.* RIITWRE, MD. Ri Aa -??: ? ft? BANNINC, -atar.-ra? aad Pr1?a ??,tn. 12 E. LOMBARO ST.. ** ?*te.d st., BALTIMORE^ MD.. W&otataie trtaoufacturer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and Daytons. . . T>ea.ler ln . . . . Carriage- an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 January 1909

<rhp#?fliaia<gitii?a. I>i:.M(HUATIC WKKKLY. I Entered at Irvinrton P.O. aaftl clam inatter.] YA. CITIZEN PLBLIftHINti CO., rniiisiiKKs. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All communlcations or busineaa lettera ahould l><-a<ldivsav<l tothe Vihoinia Citizbk, lr\'in?-u>n. Va..to receive prompt attention. Friday, January S2, 19<M> BOBEBT KPWARI) LEE. < >n the nineteenth of January, 1807. in the county of West liioivlaiul, at an old homeetead called "Stratford", wtw born a child numed Robert Edward Lee. Of aristocrat ic parentage, and siirrounded bvconditions condu civa to indolence and possibly bcentioTiaaioBii?for the Virginia plantation of that Colonialday was and is by mauy so regarded ?the boy l^ee grew to manhood \?>rv Hean, very nianly, very sin cere and religious, of slmple rinm neiaj and with frank and ope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 January 1909

LOCAL MENTION. All oommuntoattons should be addreaeod to tba Vikoimia Oitieen. Irviniftou.Va, Dr. W. J. Newbill was in Essex this week on business. Wayland D. Wilder was in Norfolk Sunday and Monday. Miss Grace Pond, of Petersburg. has retumed to the parsonage after a short visit home. _ Misa Susie Claybrook spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. J. O. Damcron, at Weems. _ Mra. W. H. Crandall and children, of Fisherman, are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. S. B. Griffith. A party of young people, chaperoned by Mrs. A. P. Rowe, spent Tuesday evening at the Urbanna rink. Frank C. Sadler, oyster policeman on the upper Rappahannock, was here on official business Wednesday. Our town was almost denuded of bus? iness men this week, demanded for jury and witness service at our court. Miss Meda Rowe, of Spotsylvania, was visiting the Messicks here the past week. A "surprise party" was tendered her Monday night by the young people. A. Prescott Rowe, editor of the Fred ericksburg Free Lance, sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 22 January 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. MYE. CopyrleM. 1M8. by Kdwln A. Nya. TO THE LADY OF THE HOUSE. You do not euvy very inucb tbe wives of the very ricb. do you? Or do you? Well, perinit _e to suggest tbat tbese women, as a rule. are tbe most dissatlstied, tbe most restless. tbe most unbappy, of auy vouwa in tbe world. They happy? How can tbey be when they depend upon the SHELLS ralher than the KKUXKLS of Ufe? Great houses, sumptuous furuUhings, costiy gowua, jewcls, automobiles?tbese are sbell*. mere lmitations of a happy state. You, madam. 11 ve in a cory cottage. You do your bousework, alded, it _ay be, by one domestlc or none. You do tbe tbousand and one cboree of a busy wife and mother. You are not ldl?; neither are you a mere drodge. Conslder ihe ways and meaus you have for bapplness tbe rich woxnaa does not have. For instance, wben tbe ricb woman gets a new gown it brlngs ber no ape cial thrill of pleasure. All her life sbt has had expensive garments. She feels no more joy than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 29 January 1909

tEHjrjjptitia VOLDMB XVIII WwMlUMrMMIewtti to ihe Interesis ol lancasttr Ccunly ir, Particuiar; the Horthern Hecfc and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, JANUARY 29, 1909. NUMBEB 18. 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, MD. KambUehta lu 18G2. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Keetiveia, Sbippore, Dealers, OKAIN, HAY, MILL, FEED8, SEEI> OATR, LINSEED MEAL CJOTTON 8EEJ> MElL, (Jl.CTEN FEED. Also Diatrlhntora t?r THE PUR1NA POULTKT PEED^ 127 and 129 Cheapside, pm? *ra?t Rt*??.i **HTwnRE, ND. W? A. Satd for banninc, srsr* 12 E. 10M8ARD ST.. **? o?u.? st.. BAITIMORE, MO., Wholeaale frtauufactnrer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagona and Daytons. . . Dealer in . . . . Carriage- and. Waoron-Makers' Supplies, FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 29 January 1909

%\\t Wixainh mizin. DK.MOCHATIC WKKKI/V. IKntorvd at Irvinirton P.O.aaSd clasa matter.] ?A. CIT1ZEM PtlBLIRRINtf CO., II '-I IMU-US. Subscription: $1.00a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. wA',.J<:0,nin,,nlcatlon" or bualneaa lettors jhould twaddrvaocd to the Viroinia Citizkn. Irvinirton, Va.. to rvoelve prompt att?ntlon. Frtday, January 21>. l?Ot> INFECTED ATMOSPHERE. Tlie Farniville Herald save: "There seems to be aomething de moralizing in the very atnr.osphere of Waahington. The people will begin to believe that the officiala there who are thought to be innocent juat haven't been caught." 'Parson" Brownlow, a noted politician of Tennessee in the 80*8, imed to tell of his first trip to Washington. He came bv way of the Kichmond and Fred nicksburp: railroad as far as Aquin Creek, which was then the trrminus of thatline, taking the nteamer from there to the Capi tal. As the "Pareon" tells it, I the boat drew near Washinjrton a:i&l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 29 January 1909

LOOAL MENTION. All oomraunloat.ion? should bcaddrvaved to tk? Vikoinia Oanam. Irviimton.Va. Fox-huntin g is all the rage in lower Lancaster. Mrs, E. L. Wilder spent Sunday and Monday in Norfolk. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Kirk. of White Stone, were visitors here Tuesday. Among the recent sick, now im proved, are: Loyola Leland and Mrs. E. F. Garner. Miss Flossie Thompson, near White Stone, is assisting in the store of her uncle, E. F. Thompson. J. W. Haydon, A. J. Hamilton and S. B. Griffith are at work on construc tion of the new skating rink here. Frank Wilshin, contractor, who has been putting up some buildings in Nor? folk, has returned home, his work being completed. Miss Mary Hubbard, of White Stone, is spending several days this week with Miss Caroline V. Gunby. Miss Gunby entertained in her honor Monday even ing. Mrs. Jennie Land spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. R. S. Mitchell en route to her home at Suffolk from a visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ball, of lower Northumb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 29 January 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDW1N A. NYE. CopyrigM. 1908, by Edwin A. Nya. A MODEKN LADY BOUNTIFUL. A little chap wlth a bundle of news pai>ers uuder bis arm lay dowu on the ?eutilator Just outside a Iiroadway ho tel In New York clty the other evening. It was about 10 o'clock, nud the newsboy was tired aud cbilled and dls couraged over bis poor salea. Tbe draft of warm alr from the furnace 80on put him to sleep. There he lay in tbe fuil glare of au nrc Ujrbt, bis cap tuuibled off in front of bJm, sound asleep. People passed and smlled at tbe tlny, cuddled figure. Some, klnd hearted, dropped pennles into tbe cap. Even tbe policeman on the boat. whose occupatlon it was to whack with his club the feet soles of sleep lug men and boys, looked at the sleep ing chlld ar.d passed on. The tired little fellow had laln in the warm draft for an hour. About 11 o'clock a well dressed lady came out of tbe hotel entrance and. notlng the boy, weut over to him. Ite moving one glove, she place...

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