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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 February 1909

mntu (EilHttL Weekly Journal Devoted tc the Interests of lancaster Ccunty ir, Particuiar; the Horthern Nech and Rappahannocl Valley in General, and the World at laigt. Volume XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1901). NUMBEB 19. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For IV.ENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. E?ittblishtU iu ISoa. C. S. SCHERMERHORN _ SON, Recelvcr9, 8uippera, Dealert, OKA1N. HAY, MILL FEKliS, hEED OAT8, LIS8KED JHKAL fJOTTON SEED !WE\L., ULUTEU PEED. Also Di8trtbutCM> ?.f THE PURINA POULTKT PEEDS, 127 and 129 Cheapside, w**r !>'?" ?*?#*.! e^T!i?0REf MD. banning, srsr 12 ?. LQMBARD ST.. o_ ?"'?? ?... BALTIMORE, MO., Wuoicsale Vtannfactarer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagona and DaytoDs. . . Dealer la . . . . C&rriage- and. Waefon-lV^ake^8, Supplies. fRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 February 1909

Sn* ^irghua (Stttenu 1)KM(KHaVTIC mkkki.y. IKnt-MHlatlrvina-ton P.o.aaSd clasa matter.l YA. ( ? I 1/K\ PIBLISHINU CO.. PUBLI8HER8. Subscription: $1.00a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Ofkice Manager. All cotnraunlcationa or buainoaa letUrs should 1h? addrcaavd tolhe ViroikiaCitizrn irviua-ton. \ u.. u> raoetva proiupt attcntion. Friday. February 45, l?o? U>, THK POOB NBGROl IMspatehen from Atlnntie Citv stat<> that the hotels of that ritV are dispmsin^ watabnegrowaiteiai an<l hirinff white girls and meo. Tullv 2,500 penoui will be thrown out of emplovinent bv this step on the part ol the hotel keepera Thus, little bv little. the negro is pushed to the wall by white competition, and it mav end in the desperate act of tliV mao who aaked for nhus and Btated that unless h<> was belped he would be forced to do a deed his very soul abhofTed. The charity given, he was asked whal was that dreadful deed he would have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 February 1909

LOCAL, MENTION. AlloommuDtcat'onwahouId beaddre?d to the Virqinia Oinzr.N. Irvinartoo.Va. Ladies Aid Society meets tonight (Friday) with Mrs. Agnes Rilee. Jaa. Haydon bought sevcral months ago Jno. Dyke's property in this town. Griff Garner, of steamer Calvert, spent a day or so at his parental home h ere this week. Monday next is court at Heathsville. Weatherpermitting the Citizkns editor expects to attend. Lineman Connellee, of Warsaw. was here Tuesday installing a 'phone in J. W. Pitman's store. Mr. and Mrs. Frank King, who have been spending a month in North Caro lina, returned Monday night. Some of our people go to lower Mid dlesex tonight to attend the Baptist oyster supper and lecture. Ben Davis and George White are both back on police steamer Commodore Maury, after short visits home. James and Harry Sanders and W. W. Broaddus have all recently bought lots from R. M. Sanders near M. P. Jones. Fred W. Gunby entertained thirty or more friends Wednesday evening, the occasion bei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 February 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYB. Oopyitebt. X?e. by LUCKY OR PLUCKY FUNSTON7 When dlmlnutive. stub nosed, red headed Colonel Funston brought the Twentleth Kansas reglment to tbe Prealdlo on lta way to the Phlllp plnee the San Franclaco people poked fun at the "country jakea" aad tbetr colonel. That waa durlug the 8panlaa war. A few years later, wben earthqunke and tire had devaatated that city, red headed Fanston waa tbe Mol of the Frlsco people. The doughty little brtgadler faced the most trylug altuation of bla life. Fally 300,000 people wera bomeless. disorganlsed. many of them dlstracted. Thievee preyed. Harplea attacked the dead bodies. Tbe altuation required more than courage. Polse, keennese, vlgor, were needed. Funston waa equal to tbe emergency. Wben be ordered the aoldlers to shoot the lootera on alght and to com pel ldle and unwllllng men to work at tbe point of the bayonet he took a great risk. Would tbe war departtnent support him? Yes or no, Funston ahut down tbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 February 1909

mmftm <E>%tV%ttL Weekly Journal Devoteil to the Interests of lancastet Ccunty in Particulai; the Northern Heck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at largu. VOLUMB XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBftUARY 12, 1909. NUMBEB 20. 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. Kstab.Ished In 1802. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Recelvers, Bhippers, Dealers, GRAIN, IIAY, M1LL FKKD8, SKKU OAT8, LIN8EED M KA I COTTON SKE1) HK.U, C1LUTEN FEKD. Also Diatrlbuturb nf THB PUR1NA POULTltY FEBDH, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <????? *??? **?? BHTWORE, MD. R. A. Srt-t for o a w n i mva 9 Prlc. 12 E. LOMBARO ST.. *?? ?^d st., BALTIMORE, MD., Wboleialf Manufactarer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagona and DaytoDs. . . Dealer in . . . . Carriage- and ....... Wagfon-Makers' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 February 1909

Vfcf ^irginia mmu.1 UKMOCHAT1C MEKKI.Y. lEntered at Irvln?tonP.0.a?8d ciaas mattor.] TA. CITIZEN VI BLIBHINti CO.. ??! 1:1 isnKits. S'JBSCRIPTION: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manacer. Should boaddroaaeu tottao Viau.aiJrCiTiaKN. irviiurton, Va.. to rt??ive prompt attention. Frlday, February 12, H)o9 THE EDUCATEl) JBLK. This is the title of a communi eation in an exehange, the ques tionbeing fcused hjf.fhe writer ;is to what is to t>e dfone with or for the edncated idle men who are accumulating on-our hands so to speak. One thin?;- is eer tain, kigher eUucatioa of itself is no ppen sesanie to gucc**js. It is a tqol, and a good one, to work with, and that is all. Manv men ?the multitude of tkos? who have succeeded?have done it without more tnah'a morlicmn of education to start with. If the young man who is crammed at collepe ha* not manliness to back hun be need not hope to eope with his inferior in tljat gort of citltum Education has one great solaee? it is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 February 1909

RELIttlOlS APPOINTMEKTS. MKTHODIST. Rar. K. P. Qarrkk. Paator. rTtncton, Flret and Ttalrd Sundara, l] A. M.: S*h- >nd and Fourth Sundaya. 8 I*. M. WoiteStone. Flrat and Thlrd Sur-d.a?s,3 P. M.; Seeoad *od Fourth Suudays. II A. M. Aabury <Fle*?U' Iaiand>, Second Sunday, 3 P. M.: Thlrd Sunday. 8 P. M. Poplar Nrok. Fourth Sundav. SP.M. W*aley, Firat Sunday. s P. M. Kar. W. L. W are. Pabtok. WbJtoMarah, Socood Sundav.3P. M ; Fourth _ ?? Sunday. 11 A. M. Kdewly. Second Sunday, 11 A. M.; Fourth Suti ^Jm_ day.SP. M. Rehobotn. Fi.at Sunday. 11 A. M.: Thlrd 8un da>, 8 P. M. Bluff Poiot. Kitat Sunlaj, a P. M.: Thlrd Sun? day, 11 A. M. Kllmarnock frit Sunday, 7(?i P. M ; Thlrd Sunday. 7.-U0P. M. MUa, Foui ti. Sunday. 7KA) P. M. BAPTIST. ???. F. W. CiiTikooa. Paator. mnrtnn, Second and Fourth Sundaya, i:NO P. M-; Ktrst Sunday. 8 P. M. Wioomtoo, Flrat and Thiro Sundaya, 11 A.M. KlUaarmock. Sncoad and Fourth Sundara, UA.lt. Blu? Point Chapel. Thlrd Sui....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 February 1909

liearttoHe&rt Talks. By EDWIN A. NYB. Copyright tOUU by Americaa Ptvm Aaaociaoou. HOME AND CHILD. A bright woman of the stage?Helen Bertram?has qult professional life and will hereafter devote herself to home dutles. "Don't talk to me of art," said this woman whlle she was dresslng for her last appearance. "What ls art com pared to the home? I have a home and a daughter." Continuing, she said: "Applause ls nilne today. Tomorrow it goea to somebody else. But my home and daughter are mlne Indeed, aud they are the things worth whlle ln life." Wi8e woman! Every Uttle while we read of some wlfe and^ruother givlng up her home ln order to make a repatation ln tb* world?a poor exchange. This actress has chosen tbo better part, which shall not be taken from her. No doubt lt ls a flne thlng to be able to hold a great audience in the hollow of your hand. to be able to sway it at your will and by a climax of efTort wln Its encores. But lt must be finer to be thrillcd when your child...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 February 1909

tr0ittm VOMJME XVIII WeaHy Journal Dewted to the Interests of lancastei Ccunty jnjarticular; theltorthern Week and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large IRVINGTON. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1909. NUMBEB 21. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Broksrs and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FREDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. E-l*b:l?,h*.d la 1802. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Ktc-elv? rs, Bitppata, Dealers, tSKAIN. HAY, WIL.L FEKDS, sEKl) OAT8, L1NSKED ;,1 i:A I COTTON 8EE1) NtUL, tJLUTE5 FEED. Alao Di-tr!hutorr of THE PURINA POULIKY FFED8, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <N*?r Pr?? mw* **ituiore. MD. rti As 3a?d tot BANNING, ZZZT* 12 E. LOaMRO ST.. <- <?-,.., ?.. BALTIMORE, MD., WruMeaalr vtanufacf urer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagoag and DaytoDs. . . Dealer ln . . . . Carriage- and. Wagfon-Makers' Supplies. fRANK T. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 February 1909

I>KM()CHATIC VKKKI.Y. lEntvrcd at Irvlog-ton P.O.aaSd elaaamattcr.] TA. CITIZEN PUBLlAHlNti CO., I'MillSIORs. S'jbscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All lommunioations or businem letters pbould be addreaaed to the Vihoinia Citizkn. Irvins-toa. Va,. to recelve prompt attention. Frlday, February 1?, HJOO. .11 KY SYSTEM BREAKING DOWN. Some years back when this paper had the temerity to seore ourjury system as condueted in comniunities of our State some friendly exchanges and persons took issue with us. to the effect that suchacreedtendedtounder niine our system of justice. We havrnever faltered in our belief that the jury system is wrong in practice. It took the Strother and Loving trials in our State and the Thaw trial in Xew York to iar some moss-backs. Now thehorrible tragedy in Tennes see and the blocked trial of the Coopers is bringing others to see now pemieious the jury box can be made. The Richmond Times-Dispatch, in roniinentingupon the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 February 1909

LOCAL, MENTION. All oommuotoationa ahould be addrwiil to | tb? ViaeiNiA JiTtZBH. Irvinaton.Va. Bernard Willing was in Baltimore the past Social Circle will meet Monday at the home of Dr. Oliver. A suprise party was giyen Miss Norma Bussells last week. Irving R. Messick was in Richmond and Blackstone this week. J. Wm. Coleman, of Baltimore, visiting friends here this week. Miss Lucy Lee, of White Stone, was the guest of Miss Eloise Towill this week. _ Mrs. Erneat Baldwin, of Roanoke, is gaest of her cousin, Miss Caroline V. Gunby. E. F. Thompson has just tihished ceiling and rearranging the interior of his store. Epworth League Social tonight (Prtday) at the homo of the Miases Brewington. Miss Marjorie George has returned from Baltimore, where she has been munlhs. FSred Croxton fell while endeavoring to- vault a high pole Tuesday and brake his arm. _ Capt. and Mrs. Will White, of Kil marnock, spent Sunday with Capt. and Mrs. J. E. Bussells. Miss Ruth Ingram, of White Stone, is spendi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 February 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDW1N A. NYB. Cop\TtghU 1909. by American Press AasociauioQ. ABRAHAN LINCOLN. He waa lnsplred ot Uod. elae where dld he get hl? wL-dom and vlrtue? Where ilid Shahespeare tO?t his genlua or Mozart hla mualc? Who wroto the lyrlca of the Bcottlah peaa&ntT Aa Qod nUaed up and lnsplred them, ao dld ho Llncoln. That ls the utterance of the greatost editor of the south, Henry Watterson, ln his lecture on Llncoln. On the 12th day of February next will be celebrated the one hundrodth nnnlversary of Abraham Llncoln's blrth. Euloples will be pronounced. and ora tors will analyze the beglnnlngs nn<' trace tbe growth of this great soul. but when all ls done they must come back to the concluslons of Watterson. God made Llncoln. And Llncoln, In the maklng, co-oper atod with the DIvlne purposes. Tou eannot account for Llncoln on the theory of heredity. At their very best his people were accounted as "poor white trash." Nor can you ac? count for him on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 26 February 1909

ttmnm Weealy Joarnal Dewteit to the iMerests of lancaster Counly in Particular; the Horthern Hecfc and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. VOLUMB XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1909. NUMBEB 22. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MEIMHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALT1M0RB, ID. EeUbllshed In 1862. C. S. SCHERMERHORN ?, SON, Receivcrs, Shtppera, Dealers, GKAIN, HAY, M1LL FEED8, 8EED OAT8, LIN8KED MEAL OOTTON 8EEI> MEAL, OIUTEN FEED. Al?o Uistrlbutoro of THE PURINA POULTRT FEED8, 127 and 129 Cheapside, i?*? *~? ***** BHTWORE, MD. f?m A. 8?ad fOT banning, srsr* 12 E. L0M8AR0 ST..??? ?**?' ?.. BALTIMORE, MD., Wuolesalc Vlanufactarer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagoas and Daytons. . . Dealer la . . . . Carriage- and. Waeron-Makers* Supplies. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD-, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 26 February 1909

DKMOCKAT1C WKKKLY. lEntered at IrvinstonP.O.aaSd claaamatt?r.] f A. C1TIZEN PUBLlHBlNti CO., ni'UMiiK'.. Subscrjption: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager, All oommunlcations or buslnesa lettera ?tauuld be addreaeed totno Vihqiria Citizkn, I rvinafon. Va.. to rccvive prompt attention. : TlUay, Febrtmry 58?. | ?UO. KU TiriENT INTO THE DAY. Iiuitinir eamlidates to nuul sluiging an(j ctilliiijj: for pro iu)uncement8 on issues of the vague future should be depre ealed by Yirginians. We have two fine Virginia gentlemen as camhdates; so, gentleiueu of the presw, letus eee one devent gub ernatorial campaign. Some ex changes, iuimicalto Judge Mann, are ealling upon that gentleman to declare himself upon issues that are not germain to the can dicacy of any inan in the race. It is not difticult to trump up anv old query, but Judge Mann and Mr. Tucker will show the part of wisdom if they ignore such effu sions.lar^elyemanatinKfori-MDtT publicity. Just as well ask them what the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 26 February 1909

AX3AL MKNT1UN. Vli v-ummuDioat*'>:i'-Mhduid >>? HrtOifw tn+ v?RUiNtA Jitizem. Irvinirtoa.V? F. G. Newbill was in Richmond on official errands this week. Mi8s Grace Wise, of Baltimore, is viaiting her parents here. Mark Winner. of Baltimore, was here Monday and Tuesday. H. R. Smith, of Hampton, is at his parental home here this week. Miss Alice Baugher, of Baltimore, is guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Harding. Many of our county people went down to review the homecoming of the fleet ln Hampton Roads. Miss Bessie Callia left Thursday of last week for Baltimore to prepare for the spring millinery work. Wm. Haynie is home from Randolph Macon College, Ashland, to recuperate, having been sick several days. Mrs. C. O. Brooks and little daugh ter, Elsie, of Baltimore, are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Lucy Ashburn. Mrs. S. B. Hujjhes, Mrs. Frank King and Misses Pearl Rilee and Ruth Willing spent several days this week in Norfolk. _ Mrs. W. L. Messick is v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 26 February 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By BDWIN A. NYB. Oopyrtaht; i*?. by FLOWERS FOR PAPA. This true lncldent, which at the time It occurred waa llmlted to the Madlson (Wls.) newspapera, ls worth retelllng. President Roosevelt wa8 boldlng a receptlon ln the office of Governor La Follette at Madlson. Two llttle glrls edged their way through the crowd. They were not as well dressed as some of the other glrls there, but their raiment waa neat and clean. Governor La Follette noted the pres ence of the chlldren and asked them lf they wanted to see the president. The gtrls were abashed because of the atteution that was paid to them They shrank back, but the governor prcssed them. Finally the elder one answered the governor: "We don't want that, but we would Hke something else." "What would you Hke?" klndly In qulred the governor. "We'd Hke that flower," volunteered the smaller one. "Papa la alck at home and couldn't come, and we'd Hke to give b!m a flower.** She was glven the flower, a large Amerlcan Be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 March 1909

irainia Weetly Journal Devoterf to the Islerests of Lancastet Connty in Patticular; the Notlhern Necfc and RappahawBocfc Valley In General, and the World at large. Volomb XVIII IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1909. NUMBER 23. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MEIMHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD K-tab.hibed ln 1802. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN & SON, Recelvera, Saippera, Dealera, UKAIN. MAY. -nil.L. FKKHH, SEED OAT8, L.IN8KED HBAL OOrroN MEED NEiL, GLUTEN PEED. \ho Diatrlbutor* of CHE PURINA POULTItY KP.ED8, 127 and 129 Sheapside, ???? *?" ?..,*,., butiHORE, MD. 19. A. 3aad for banning, srsr 12 E. LOMSARO ST.. *? ?*?? st., BALTIMORE, MO., ?V<i'?ieaa!* ?laanfactarer of Jarriages, Road Carte, Vaaroa^ and DaytoDs. . . Dealer ia . . . . Carriage- and. Vafiron-Makers' Supplies. CRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Saah...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 March 1909

ulu Stfinjittia ?.ti2fa. DKMtKMATIC WEKKI.Y. lEnteredat IrvlnatonP.O.aaKd claasmatter.] t*A. CITIZEN l?l BIISHIN . CO.. ? l Hl.ISHl KS. S?;bscrjption: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. All communlcations or business lettera al.ould tH>addrvtM*-<l to ttltJ VlKUIltlA ClTIZKK, Irviiurum, Va.. to rocelvo prompt sttentlon. Friday, Man h 5. 19ol> NO PART OU LOT IN IT. This state is too large for the pen of the editor of the Richmond Journal, or any other newspaper, to wield any influence over the best men composing the democratic party, especialiy when it resorts to unfair means to accomplieh its ends. Such charges, in our estima tion, will revert back to the paper mak injr them with re-doubled force. We believe the two candidates in the fleld should stand on their own merits and efficiency for the office they seek. Such "mud slinging" is incompatible with good citizenship as well as good demo? cratic dojtrine.?Westmoreland En-J quirer....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 March 1909

bUCAL MKNT1QJ4. AlloommunicatioDo abonl<1 $*? ad<lr-<>?8c? to tb?? ViKUINIA JlTIZBN. IrviilKtoU.Va. Chas. Haydon, of Norfoik, is visiting relatives here. Irving F. Jones spent a few days with his family here this week. Brack Kirkham, of upper Lancaster, was here on business Tuesday. We are indebttd to Con^ressman Jones for package of garden seeds. O. H. Sherman, of steamer Calvert, spent Sunday and Monday with his wife here. _ Mrs. J. T. Rilee spent Saturday and Sunday in Norfoik with her daughter, Misa Gladys. _ The young folks enjoyed an oyster roast near the steamboat wharf Mon? day evening. Aid Society tonight (Friday), if weather good, at home of Mrs. Geo. StC. Smith. _ Mrs. B. S. Hammonds, who has been extreraely ill for nearly two weeks, is slowly improving. P. H. Sadler returned Monday from Baltimore, where he spent the past week with his family. Misses Myrtle and Lilly Brewington left Friday on a several weeks' visit to friends in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 March 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYL Copyrleht. 190a. by Amarlcaa Aaaoclation. ON CHOOSING A WIFE. Xothlnj* ls better establisbed by tau man e.\i>erleuee than that, other things being equal, a wlfe will make or mar n iiun's whole life. Therefore the wlsdoin of a careful choice. 1'irstly, aa tbe preachers say? Do not expect to find a perfect wlfe. As the Irlshman put it, she has never been born and her mother ls dead. Even could you find the perfect wlfe nho wonld soon become Imperfect by nssocintlon with you. But if y>.u will permit plain speak Inc; there are some things that may be eonsidered In the choiee of a wlfe. Let us take the matter negatrvely. I>o not marry for mere beauty. Beauty of faeo and form aro nothing wlthout beauty of character. If you can get both, well, but ezternal beau? ty without a beautlfal inner splrit may prove a snare. Vanlty ls the weakness of external beauty, and van? lty in a wlfe ls a menace to marltal happiness. Do no...

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