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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 March 1909

ttmnva CifMett, Weefcly Jnuraal Nwttj to the Interests ol lancaster County in Particular; the Horthetn Necfc aad Bappahaaaoch T/al/e/ ia Ceneral, aad the World at large. VOLUMB XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1909. NUMBEB 24. 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. FREDERtCK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. E-tabliahed ln 18CS. C. S. SCHERMERHORN <_ SON, Recetvera, Sbippera, Dealers, OKAIN. HAY, MULL FEED8, SEED OAT8, LINSE1D MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL, GLUTEN FEED. Alao Diatrtbator* of TUE PURINA POU1TRY FKED8, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <???* p?? ?re?u BALTIMORE. MD. R ? A. Is-d for BANNING, STSaT 12 E. 10MBARD ST.. ??? o.t..? st.. BUTIfUfflE, HD., Wholeaale M anu fact urcr of Carriages, Road Carte, Wagoaa and Daytofis. . . Dealer la . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. FRANK [. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 March 1909

IH_ ^irjjinia tSitiura. DKNKKRATK >VKKK|.\. I Knterad at Irvingtou P.O. aatd claaa niatUr.] Va. i itizf.n i?i blishinu co., PVB-iauKaa. SuaacRipnoN: $1.00a year. in advance. W. R. ROWE. Officb Manaukr. ??", ,c.?a?u?unK?tiona or builno w lrttera h v yBaa.V*: to raooiy* pr* -ptVlUulZn ' ?"rl'iay.Murcti 112, lta?>?. AFPUFXlATEDlKHLESHINdS What a change a ahort time can make. The year 1907 will he remem bered by many here a* the most proa perouB thia aecUon ever had known. and during that year it waa aaid there was litUe or no land here for aale. that no matter how much money a man had there waa hardly a homo on the road from Mount Holly to Kinaale that could be bought Now "Buahtield." "King Copaico," "Wilton." "Tho Laurel*,*. "Iona," and "Spring Grove" can be bought, and.there may be others among our best homes for salo. There aeems to be much truth in ttioae worda-"Our people don't know when they are doing well*'; and many in the eountry crave the city, and many in the city crav...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 March 1909

LrOCAL MENTION. All ooiuinunlcatiortK ahuulu" Ik> ail.l reasod to th?? Vikoi.niaOiti'/.rk. Irvtnaton.Va. Miss Ruth Ingram waa gueat at the parsonage thia week. Social Circle will rneet with Mrs. S. H C.riilith Monday night. Today ia Arbor Day. Flant some trees, particularly little holliea. W. McDonald Lee is in Washington and New York on fisheries niatters. * Walter Jonea shot two of his toea jff Friday while- Uxulrng a gun resting on hia foOt.. Will 11. 1..H- left last week for hia apring and summer employment at Reedville. Mrs. BtttieTate, of Dunnsville. Essex county, ia visiting her daughtdra the Mesdames Dyke. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Anderton ar? rived Monday for an extended atay at Irvington Beach. Cow for ?__?? Young Jer8ey cow ?r sal-\ CtTtZBM for sal". Now milking. Enquire at * office. L. E. Ferr?>ll was in FTedericksburg tliis week. having joined hia brother on Wedneaday steamer for tho trip. Miss PaulineC. Long leXt yesterday for a two week'a visit to Baltimore, Blackat...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 March 1909

eart to Heart Talks. By EDW1N A. NYE Copyrt_ht. llta, by Aaaarlea? Prern Aaaoclatlon. READ THIS TO YOUR SON. In lifteen years Frank A. Vanderllp ? limbed up from fanuer's boy to the 1-rosidency of the largest bank iu the U-lted States tbe Natloual City bank of New York city. How did he get up? Lat us see. Vanderllp was born on a farm near Aurorn. 111. He waa graduated ln the CO?unon schools and went lnto a nia ehtue sbop. Later he attended col? lege, paying his expenses by worklng 1m the same maohine shop. He went to Cbieago and begnu re portlng on a daily newspaper. From the hegta_J_g lt was noted that he was aeeurate, stendy nnd pnliistaklmc lle never decelved his city edltor nor the peopl* whom be Intervlewed. Very soou lt came to be known that Vanderllp was an exceediugly well Infonued reporter. Instead of shak tng dlee or playlng the races or tarjrlag to get lnto soclety he read books on Tinance aad eeonomlcs. Vanderllp was known ln the offlce ns a "shark on flnances nnd market...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 March 1909

Waekly Journal Devoted to the laieresis ol lancastei County in Particalai; tha Northern Necfc and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at large. Volume XVIII IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1909. NUMBEB 25. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLE8ALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MEIMHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRBDERIGK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. Eytauilahed ln 1802. C. S. SCHERMERHORN &, SON, Hut'ciTcra, Nuippera, Dealers, OUAIN, IIAY, MILE FEEOH, ssEEl* OAT8, I^Of*ta_BD MEAL <H) TTON SEED MEAL, ULCTBT4 FEEH. Alao DiBtrlbutora of THE I'l'KINA POUITKV ! KKDM, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <*??? ?*?? st.*c?.> BmimoRE, MD. IX ? A. 8*nd for BANNING, JrST 12 E. LOM3AR9 ST.. ~? ????? at, BALTIMORE, NQ., Waoleaalc danufactarer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagon. and Daytons. . . I Dealer ia . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Suppliee. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., B&ah, Doora and Bl...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 March 1909

Sihr %rirfliaia (Biiutn. DKMIKHATIC W-KKLY. I Kntcred at l r\ tn_-ton P. O. aa 2d olass matti-r.] TA. CITIZEN PUBLlaHINIJ C0~ lllHIMHKi. S?:bs. $1.00 a year. in advance" W. R. ROWE. OrncE Manager." -.A". .?""?""""?nioatioiia or t.usines* lettt-r aw?_l!_ ?d?lrvaawd to tuo Viiuiina* Citizkn, Irvlnjrtou, \ a.. to roceive proinja ?Ataatloa. ? n.i.i>, March 1I>. mhhi. OYSTERS OF MAUYLANI) AM) VI1MJ1X1A. Those papm that htivo bti'ii citang tbe new laws in Maivlami as e.amples of what Vinrinia should do show their luek of kuowledge of the uyrslcr subjeet in this instance, as in otheis. Mary land has iniieh coinmenda toiy in her new laws; in some n? Bpectl they in iinproveuieuts iinon the \ irginia statntes. liui Maiyland isjnstnow takingsteps that \ irginiasturted tiiteen vears BgO, and eoinpleted tive vears ater. Her plant ing laws/ just bejnK put into force, are, wilh little improvement, what our State has been operating under for tifteen or more years. Our sister State is just now...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 March 1909

LOCAL, MENTION. All ooancBUDloat*or_ abould be addrvaaed to tbe ViRoiRtA Oitizbr. Irvlnatoo.Va. Mra. Sarah Barrett, of Baltimore, is visiting- relatives here. Jno. A. Rogcrs has been visiting his son at Millenbeck this week. Commisaioner Lee ia at Warwick court this week in oyster trials. Mrs. Geo. StC. Smith and daughter, Miss Rnby, spent Monday at Lancaster. Epworth League Social tonight (Fri? day) at the home of Mrs. Edwin Bus sells. Mrs. J. T. Rilee is spending this week in Norfolk with her daughter, Miss G lady a. _ Miss Maude Leland returned Friday from Richmond and South Carolina. at which places she spent ihe winter. Misses Ruby and Nan Hopkins spent several days this weeK with Miss Ruth Ingram at White Stone. Miss Alice Blakemore, of Senora, was guest of Mrs. S. P. Simmons Fri? day night and Saturday. Capt. A. B. Hudgins, of steamer Commodore Maury, spent last week with his family at Cricket Hall. Capt. A. J. Hamilton is in Baltimore with steamers Squirrs and Phillip, of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 March 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYL Copyrlg-ht, 180?. by Axaarlcaa Aaaocl&Uon. WRF.CK OF THE REFUBLIC. The unlueky Ilner Kepubllc lle8 tlilrty fathoms deep off tlie islnnd of No Mun's 1_iud?approprlately nauied - where tlie ehoppy waves and the rust will complete her wreck. lt wns flie fog that sent the Floridn amaa_I?g lnto the ill fated veesel. Bat out of the pall of that nignt's laaj slmiie a herotsm seldoin equaled In the long nninils of tbe sea -berolsm of womnn's devotlon and man's aelf aac rlflee. Snld Henry Savage Landor, a trav eleil EtiRlishman, "The American wo ineu nre magulficrnt ln thetr courage Gra* tialred grandmotbers and sllp* af ulrls uiade the perilous leap froia tlie laaatafj boats to the gaugway of the Italtli- without a tremor. Tlie law of the seas. "Women and cbildreu flrst," which has never been vlnlated lu recent yeara save ln the one notable episode of a cowardly Freneh erew. made strange happen tngs. few instauc*? "Never will I leave h!m!" shouted a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 March 1909

irmnux Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of lancaster County in Particular; the Morlhern Hecfc and Rappahanaoct Valley in General, and the World at Laree VOLUMB XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1909. NUMBEB 20 CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants Foi MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET, BALTIMORE, ID. Eatabllabed In 1802. C. S. SCHERMERHORN <_ SON, Recelvera, Shippers, Oealer*, ORAIN. MAY, MILL FEED8, SEEH OATS, LINMKK1) MEAI COTTON 8EEO MEAL., ULVTKN PE* O. Alao Distrlbatora of THE PUKIMA POU1.TICV f 'KHS, 127 and 129 Cheapside, (??? **?--? ???**.? BALTIMORE, MC. j BANNINC, SSSaT" 12 E. LOMBaRO ST.. ?? o.u.? ?, BALTIMORE, NO., Wuoleaalc Hannfactnrer of Carriagea, Road Carta, Wagons and DaytoDs. . . Dealer ia . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oila and Qlass, Oab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 March 1909

She ^miiwia ftitigf-n. i'i .1 h IKntered at lrvln?lou 1'.<J.aaSU ctu*?iuulUM.j YA. C1TIZEN PUBLlMUNt) CO.. PUHLlSBKBa "" - i i ' \ Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All comniuuloations or buaineaa letter* abould be addrvaaed to tbe Vihoinia Citi.kn. Irvington. Va.. to recelve prompt attentlon. Friday, March 2U. WHiu THE VKRNAL EQUINOX. A little after midnight on the moruing of tho _1 st ol* March the sun 'VaXM-jd the line" aod tlie oretieally spring began. One did not not ieethe change, and indeed the season has been more like winter than most of the weather lielonging back in .Jnnuarv. The ti'nijH'ratniv has U>en abont the frvezing point for several morn ings and the wind had aedge to it that was decidedly Nharp aud biting. Still. the sun is creeping slowly northward, and it cannot l?e long before his warmth will l>e more nianifest. Any one who cares to wait for 25,000 years can see by the almti raaea then to be printed, if indeed printing...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 March 1909

UJCAL MENTION. All ooaamunioationa abouid be add?esed to tha Viuuimia Jitizbr. lrvtinrtoa.Va. Rev. E. F. Garner ia in Baltimore thia week. Jas. Willey and William Wise are in Baltimore this week. J. B. Hudnall, of Fairfields, was here Tuesday en route to Saluda court. Mra. Addison P. Garner left Tuesday for a ten days' visit in Baltimore. Parsonage Aid Society will meet at the parsonage Thursday April lst. Mra. S. B. Griffith is spending this week with relatives in Middlesex county. Mrs. A. J. Hamilton and little daugh? ter, Virginia. and Mrs. Marbry Hopkins left Wednesday to spend a few days in Baltimore. -Her many friends at her old home here regret to hear that Mrs. Lelia Brooks is in a Baltimore hospita! for a serious operation. Miss Fannie Belle Adams and Eva James, of White Stone, spent a few daya the'past week with Miss Grace Pond at tha parsonage. Among the recent sick now improving are: Mrs. Ella George, Misses Stella Robertson and Blanche Hammonds, and several members of O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 March 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. EVy EDWIN A. rTVTL Copyrighi. ttWQ. by Aawricaa Praaa Awockation READ TBIS TO YOUR. BOY. DoabOHS ynu hare heard of "Farm er*' luirns. the fnnious wrestler. Well? IHd you know that Burns does not snioke. ehew, drlnk. swenr or use tea or coffee? And do you understnud why Burns euts <>ut all the?e things? Simply because they stand ln the way of his l?elng a strong man. Ile must have muscles as strong and sup ple aa a tiger a, luugs like a black smlth's bello ws, a brain as qukk and elear as a Inwyer's. Artiticial stluiulus, whetber it is Wea_ <>r str?>njr, interferes with right br^Hiiiing, uiusolw expnn*ion, pure hlooaV Aud swearing! I?et Burns explain. ? I.uts of jH>ople." he says, "ean't see what swearlmt has to do wlth lt. I.et me tell you that swearing ls the BE GINNING of TOUGIINESS, and toughness ls the BEGIXNIXG of WEAKNES8." It ls this Wrestlers, aFhletee, champlons of the dinmond nnd sawduat rlng on the av er.itfe do not last long. becau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 April 1909

xrgittiit Weefcly Journal Deaoted to Ihe Interests of Uncaster County in Particular; the Horlhern Neck and Rappahannock Ifalley in General, and the World at large. VOLUME XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1909. NlJMBEB 27. CHAS. N. 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 KsubMshed ln 18(18. C. S. SCHERMERHORN _. SON, Kecelveru, Bbippera, PealerR, GU VI N. I1AY, IHILL KEKDH, aEKH OATS, LINSltKO MEAI COTTON SEED MEAL.. (iLUTEN PKft_D. Alsr. DiRtrtbuutro of THE l?UKINA I'OUITKV I '.!;!??. 127 and 129 Cheapside, o**~ *-.-?t ? **? BAUWORE. WD T* m Aa -C!i.J for BANNING, ?__* 12 E. lOaBARO ST., ?W <?????> ?, BnLTIMORE. MD., Waole.aU *4aniifacturer r>f Carriages, Road Carts, Wagon* and Day too s. . . Daaler ln . . . . Marriage- and. Waefon-Makers' Supplies. fRAHK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD.. Sa3h, Doora a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 April 1909

%1m %itj)inia t&itintn. dkm(x;katic WKKM.V. llnteradat Irvtag-too P.O.aafid ola.a*atattar.] VA. CITIZEN PUBLlSHINtt CO. PVBUBaaaUUk Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All lommunlcation* or bualoeaa letter* abould beaddreeeed tothe Vihoinia Citisbn. I rvlnaton, > a.. u> receive prompt attentlon. Friday, April 2. li?UO. TUCKER AGAINST PROHIBITION. The daily press that has lived in trembles because of the prohi? bition wave, and which has done more to agitate the subject than the Anti-Saloon people or any other organization or people, is about to succeed in forcing the iHHiie?willingly or unwillinglv?I into the present campaign for the governorship. One or more of the Democratic dailies has also been coquetting withjthe Repub licans to bring out a liquor can? didate?one that will meet their views on the whisky question? without regard to party interests. They have so far succeeded as to flush Mr. Tucker, one of the gubernatorial candidates, in...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 April 1909

LOCAL MENTION.I All cobi?uotoatioua abuuld be addreaatxl to I tha Viaoiifia Oitizbh Irrliurton.Va. Services at Wesley Chapel Sunday nighL _ W. D. Wilder spent Sunday and Mon? day in Norfolk. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at the home of Mrs. Jno. C. Brewington. Mrs. Harry C. Hopkins and little daughter, Winifred, are in Baltimore. The Lancaster County Teachers' In stitute meets at the high school here today (Friday). Miea Grace I*ong, of Ocran, spent a few daya thia week with her cousins, tfce Missas Hopkins. W. *\*_aiV *ecenUy returned from Baltimoae %ith some horses which he purchaa^aV-it_ttiat eityv Miss Pe>rl Rilee is assisting Mrs. J. W. Haydon in ferie> milltnery work at E. F. Thompaoav'a Uaaa *ea*_o_ _ . A quantfty oT garfteri* seed hk? oeeh* sent us by Senator Martin for distribu tion, which we will gladly give out for the ask ing. -" Mrs. "Frank King left Sunday night for Norfolk, where she will spend a month. Miss Ruby Smith spent Monday in that city. _ Jno. H. Mason h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 2 April 1909

Heart to Heart Talks % By tDWIN A. NYB. ICopyrlvht. ia?. by American ciation.] YOUR MOTHEA. "My mother has been dead several yeara.** Tbere had been a long and Intlmate couveraatlon between the two men. and aa be spoke these words on? of them Bettled down ou the cushloua of the r-jllinun and continued: "My mother waa aa old faahloned mother. Wheu I waa a babe ln arma "be did not jclve me ovar to a nurae. but uourlsb* _ we at her owu breaat. "8be fashioned witb her own bauds the little garments that I wore. 8b? tangbt me tbat aimplest but moat elo quent of all prayera, 'Now 1 lay me akMra to a'eep.' Every night. even wben I waa a good big boy. ahe tucked the bedclotbea about me in my truudle bed. "For yeara. long after I left home. ahe loved me aad yearued over me, sorrowtng in my aorrowa. rejolclng ln my atnall aoccees. "Do you know, the world has seemed a little loneaome since my mother died." ?bere was a long ailcnce between the two men, and then the other spoke: "My chlef regret ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 April 1909

ixQtnm *4t ? Jt ? -s Weefcly Journal Detoted to the Intetesls of lancaster Ccumy in Parliciilar; the Horlhein gart and Rappahannocfc Yalley in General, and tbe World at Large. Volume XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1909. Ntjmbeb 28. 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. FRBDERIGK STRBBT., BALTIMORE, MD. EsUbllsbed tu 1802. C. S. SCHERMERHORN &. SON, Recelvers, Shlppers, l>ealer?, ORA.IN. IIAY, MIL.&J rF.RliS, SEED OATS, MNSKKD MICAl COTTON 8KKI) MEAL, ULUTKN Fll O. AIko l)lstrtl?ni(?r? nf THK PUUINA poijitk\ ??r.i?*. 127 and 129 Cheapside, ????- **** *???*??? UlUtftRE, MD. R- A. 3and f,r D Ailillealaf^ Cataloraa and 12 E. lOMBARO ST.. ??* -?* **?? BALTIMORE. MD., Wboietsie Haaaffaataft nf Carriages, Road Carta, Wagon* and Daytorm. . . Doaler in . . . . Carriage- and. Waeron-Makers' Supplies. fRANK T. CLARK COMP...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 April 1909

jfej ffiirflinia gfttoa. DKMlK'RATir WKKRLY. (Enteredat Irvinjrton P.o.as-Sd olaasmattvr.] Ta. CITIZEN PUBL1SH1NO CO. PUUI.ISHKKS. S'jbscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. OrncK Manager. All rommuniuatioos or buslneas letters Should be ttddrrsM'd to th?- vibui*i \ Citizkw vrvlmrton. Va.. to rfoelvt- ncmptt teuttou. KrlalRj, Aprtl ?, 1*#?'1>. A hkmakkable condition of af fairs seems to exist in the city of New York, if the statement's of Mfcioon keepers as published in the Eveniug Post are to t*? eredited as true. Speaking of t he saloons being open onSundav in violation of law, the o.vner of a saloon said: "The politicians OOnld close the saloons in a wink if they wanted to, hut they don't wanl to; they want their gral't. It costsan aldermnu a gooo deal more than his salary to get t'ovted. He's got to make monev somewhere and the saloon is tbe source of his proflt. Those legis lators up there in Albany aren't any more going to open the saloon legally on Sunday than th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 April 1909

LOCAL MENTION. AUooasrauotoaUonaahoald t>eado'r??*ed to tbe Vihouma Citixen. Irrlnaton.Va. Willie Dix. of Norfolk, i? visiting his parental home here. W. McDonald Lee is in Richmond this week on ofncial business. Monday next is Heathsville court. Our editor expecta to attend?weather permitting. _ Miss Lida*Powel), of lower Lancas? ter. is visiting atthe home of heruncle, W. G. Dunton._ Irvington baseball teani defeated the White Stone team on the former's diamond Tuesday last. Misses Marie and Ruth Beane. of Lan? caster, spent Friday and Saturday with Miss Edith Brewington. Forest fires have been raging the past few days between here and Kil marnock and in Corrotoman. Pay your poll taxes before May 2nd if you wjsh to vote in the primary and the gerteral erection thia year. * K. -_ Miss H. D. Dart, of Eaat Orange, N. J.. is of) a thre^. week*' visit to her brother, -A. D. Dart, at the Irvington Beach. _ Mrs. J. H. Baugher and Mrs. L. M. Irv'mg arrived Wednesday from Balti? more; t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 9 April 1909

Keartto Heart Talks. By F.DWIN A. NYE. ICoyyilght. !*;?. by Amarican l*r?aa Asso? ciation] DO IT NOW. Hundrods of thonsands of dollars are Ih'Ih^ speut lu tbe effort to flod tbe one slxteenth of a secotid tbat is miss Iiik <n the calculatious of the world's astronomers. A speeial bulldiuy ntted with rua chlnery aud apparatus has been erect ed for this purpose. In the hourglass of time one tlny grain of sand ls mlsslng! And the world will uot be conteut until it fiuds that little fraetlon. be? cause? The world's longitude ls calculated on the sun's time as reeorded at Green wleh and Parls and Wiishlnjrtou, so tbat every world ealeulatiou uiust ac count for the varlation of the fraetlon. If It were not so every im rkllau llne on earth v >uld have to be shlfted. every boundury linc l>etween 6tatos nnd countries would have to be changed and every map of the world made over. And the movements of the planets would be varlant! Now? Do you see the tremendous impor tance of an lnsta...

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