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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 April 1909

it#inm VoLUMB XVIII. Weekty Journal Devoled to the interests of Lancastei Couni> in Particular; the Norlhern Necfc and Rappahannoct Valley in 6eneral, and the World at large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 1(5, 1909. NUMBEB 21). 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. 1U S. PREDER1CK STREBT., BALTIMORB, MD. Estubliabed lu 1MG2. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN & SON, Recclvers, Shippera, Dealers, <JH YIN. IIA.Y, M1L.L. FIKDS, SE1?I> OA18, I.INKIOKI* Ml.A.'. COl'TON 8KKD MEAL, UL.UTEN FKKO. Alko r>ietrll<ulorH of THK PUItlNA POUl.TlCY l KKl ?, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <????? ?*?? >"-?> PUlltfORE, MD. R ? A ? 3en- M BANNINC, ITE-1 12 E. LOMBARO ST.. <- <??<??? ?.. BALTIMORE, MD., Wtioloaalc Mtnnfaclurer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagona and Daytons. . . Dealer in . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. FRANK T. CLAR...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 April 1909

DKMOCKATIC WKKM-Y. lBnU>r*dat lrvtn*ton P.O.as&d olaas matUr.] VA. CIT1/KN PlBLlHHl.Nti CO. IM l?l l-H? Ks Subsoription : $1.00 a year. in advance, W. R. ROWE. Office Manacer. All oommuiilcationn or buslnesa U'ti?'r? ?hould l*> ftddrvmttl to the V ? khivu Oitiskn, lrvlmrton, Va.. to mt>ivi> proropt ?t irntioii. Frlday. April 1?. lttoi? WHEN THE DEVIL A MONK WOULD 3E. Savs un Aasociated Praggdis patcii from Cineinnati, ().: "This city is now to witneas the un usual coalition of the brewers and the Anti-Saloon League and the Municipal Reform League in a united effort to put the bad saloon-keepers out of busi ness. Through the efforts of the Ohio Brewers' Association the State Legisla ture passed the Dean 'character* law, under which the saloonkeeper must swear to a number of interrogatories as to whether he has violated the Sun? day closing law, or allowed minors to enter his saloon and so on." The anti-temperance papers of Virpinia and elsewhere may jibe and Eroth all...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 April 1909

LOCAL MENTION. Alloommwoteatioua ahould bearl*nai?d to tae VntuiauviniER. IrvlH#-ton.Va. Lacy Kirkmyer is home on sick leave. Mrs. E. T. George ia spending this week at Urbanna. Charlea Raina, our expert ahoemaker, ia in Baltimore thia week. Mrs. A. N. Trible ia visiting Mrs. Oscar Dameron at Weema. Mrs. Sallie Willing is visiting herj daughter, Mra. W. A. Taylor, in Ports mouth. _ Otia and Clyde Clark, of upper Lan caater. are plaatering Capt. Arthur Meaatck'a new house. J. T. Haydon badly lacerated two UngerBoa his hand while handling some posta one day Iast week. Jno. George ia spending some time with his aiater and brother, Mra. J. T. Rilee and E. T. George. News from Mra. C. O. Brooks, who was operated on in Baltimore Monday, reports her as domg well. W. McDonald Lee ia on the Potomac "and-Hampfcon Roada thia week in the exercise of his official dutiea. Don't forget the public corner-stone iaying at KUmarnock next Thursday. Good speaking and much to eat. Dr. W. J. Newbill, F. G...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 16 April 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By F.DWIN A. NYE. [Copyrlght, isos. by Amerlcan Fteaa Asso? ciation.J fcEAD THIS TO THE CHILDRLN. Tbis is a falry story-a true fulry stor.v. Aud. strungely euougb. tbe little glrl of this falry tale ls her own falry. thoujjh she doesn't know It. Tbls falry went to bed one night poor aud awoke up tbe next mornlng worth $10,000. Doesn't that sound like some otber falry had waved Its wand over tbls falry wblle she slept? Her uame is Hazel-Hazel Klegln aud she llvea In Soutb Otnaha, Neb. Sbe ls twelve years old and Is a good little glrl. klnd. gentle and belpful to all about her. Hazel's parenrs formerly Uved ln Sloux Clty, aud because Hazel when sbe was a little blt of a tblng was so sweet and kind and gracioa* a man iu that town who waa a nelgbbor took a great fancy to tbe little glrl. whom he called his "black halred falry." Ha? zel Klegln has black halr ln long bralds and twtnkling black eyes. Well? Two years ago the Kleglns mored to South Omaha, and shortly af...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 April 1909

xrgittta Weefcly Journal Devoted to the Interests of lancastei Ccumy in Particnlar; the Northern Itect and Rappahannocl jajaj in General, and the World at large Volomb XVIII. IBVINGTON. VIRGINIA, FBIDAT, APBIL 23, 1909. NUMBEB 30. 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. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, ID. Ketabilabed In 1862. C. S. SCHERMERHORN <&, SON. Becelvera, Hhipperc, 1>?alera, <J?\IN, IIAY. NIM. KKKDH, H?KJ? OAT8. 1.INHKKI) MF.Af, COTTON HKE1> MKAL, MtAJTKN PKKD. aJaa Dlatrlhnt'?ra of TIIK PURINA POIM/TUF FR1 T . 127 and 129 Cheapside, <????? f-u **<*?j j UHMORC, WD. fC ? A* 3anc? to? BANNINC, ^r4 12 E. IOM3AR0 ST.. <*. o.w? st.. BALTIMORE. M., Wnoleaalr *4*nafactnrer of Carriagea, Road Carte, Wagoot and Daytons. . . ' Dealer ia . . . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers* Supplies. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD, Sas...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 April 1909

l?K.MtHHATIt' Wattt_V. lEnteredat Irvlng-ton P.o.aaM claaa matter.) VA. CITIZEN PUBLIftHINtt CO. PtlBUBBKRS. S?;bscription: $1.00 a year, in advance, W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All ioaimunU-?tions or bualneaa lettera abould bi-mldri-nscl to thv Vikuin ia Citi/.kn, I rviriKtou, Va.. to reveive proiupt attention. r n?iay, April ?:*. im??.?. DONT TOTK PAIR \\ e were a little premature, it seenis, in crediting some of the Hiehmond dailies with gtving a fair tote to JudgO Mann. The great need of a daily in our I'api tal city that will report things withont absolute bius is jfelt throughout the State, but it is a positive inistake to in thnt the proposed new paper is to l>e a ??prohibition" one. It would l>e, as \vt> understnnd i\ for temper anee (which theothers are not ); :t w ould be for Democracy as ex pounded by a majoritv of the party *in the State, its organiaa tion and adininiMtratioii (which the othera are not), and it would l>e for nublishino; both si<l.>s of ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 April 1909

LOCAL MENTION. All eoiBuuDlcations itiouW be addreeaed to tfca Vin?iaiA'Citizbn. Irvloirtoa.Va. Miss Ljeah Willing spent Sunday and Monday in Norfolk. Miss Ruth Ingram spent a few daya this week at the parsonage. Irvin*? F. Jones spent Sundsy and Monday with his family here. W. C. Thompson recently sold to Proprietor Mitchell one of his fine cows. . M?ss Josie Lee. of White Stone. ia guest of Miss Eloise Towill this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Long and daugh ter, MaafPauline C., were in Baltimore thia weefc. _ Read tbe date on your postmark ad-1 dxess and see if you are behind in* your subscription. '_ Misa* Tyler ftarper, of Middlesex county, is spendmg this week with Mrs. ?P. A. Gonby. '_ Mrs. Arthar P. Messick spent a few] days tbe fast week with Mrs. G. O. j Howeth near Weems. WuTDyke, jr., and family have moved into the house belonging to the former's aunt, Mrs. Ssrah Barrett. H. B. Boughton, of Millenbeck, spent a few days the past week with his sistwvMrs. W. McD. Lee. - Miss Rub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 April 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By FDWLN A. NYE. (Copvnaht. I!A?. by Amertcan Pr?M Aaao clatlon.J TWO riCTURES IN ONE FHAME. Marjaffta Could. daughter of Oeorge (tould. h.-ul s ?Vomlng out" party that co*?t the prtnevly nutn of $*J.\000. What did tbe money go for? Tbe newapnpera tell ua that 5.000 orehids were used for decoratiou pur poses. Oreblda e?>st uioney. There were Mg aaaka of Ameriean Reautlea, 8.000 palms from the soutb seas and Jardt nleres of rare fertis. The vlands and the wines were rare and coatly. If you do not care for expeuse you can easlly apend $25,000. Two hundred gueata belped the young lady of elghteen years to "coiue out." Vlewed from the standpolnt of these young people. the event was a red let? ter day of the caleudar. a vlew which poelety edltora seem to have colncided. Now for the full picture: While tbe sons and dnughtera of tbe "tnol)e,yc^ats?, made merry at tbe Ho tel Tlaza and dalntlly dallled with tbe rich vlands charged up by the caterer at a blg 8iim per ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 April 1909

tratma Cifi^jew* VOLDME XVIII. Weefcly Journal Detoted 10 the Interests of Lancsster County g Particular; the Northera Hecl aaJ Bappahaaaoci Valley ia General, ?ad the World at largt. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APKIL 30, 1909. NUMBEB 31. CHAS. M. STRDVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 1M S. FRKDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, 1D. Eatabllshed lu 1868. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN & SON, Rocelvere, Shippera, Dealera, UB4.1N. IIAY, MILL FEKD8, SEKI) OAT8, LINNKK1) MGAL COrrON SKKI) meal, oluten fked. AIbo Diatrlbutora of TIIB I'UKINA POUIiTKV ? ?.*:i>H. 127 and 129 Cheapside, &** *'*" mnmj BALTIMORE, MD. R. A. 3 and fo: BANNINC, r?S.r4 12 E. LOMSARO ST.. ?*?? ?-<??? ?u, BALTiMORE. MD., Wholeealr Hanufactnrer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wa^ona and Daytons. . . ' Dealer in . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers* Supplies. fRANK T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Saah, Doore a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 April 1909

_V DE.MOCHATK WKKKI.Y. I Knteredat I rviiujton P. O. asgd claaa matter.] Y\. CITIZEN PUBL1HHIN0 CO. IIMHMIIK-. S?;bscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Okfice Manacer. All loiniuunications or buslncns tattaia anoiild tit-uddrviwd tota?ViHoiaiAOrr?a?N. ' ? v?n*ton, \ a.. u> rewlve promut atteutiou. Frlday, April 30. 190S>. W11K II IS RIGHT?" ^ Dnder tli?> abovs wnry the Soutlisi(l?> Srntiiu'l snvs? As indicating a very striking contrast between accounta in the Virginia Citi zen and the Northern Neck News of the address of Hon. II. StG. Tucker at Heathsville on the 12th, we append herewith three paragraphs from each: "Hon. Harry StGeorge Tucker went to Heathsville last Monday from Reed ville, wherehespokeon Saturday night. While his apeechas reported from Reed ville waa one not of issues but humorous, sarcastic arraignment of his opponent, we learn it was not quite so caustic as the one at Heathsville. * * "Mr. Tucker was in charge of Messrs. Martin Stringfello...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 April 1909

LQCALr MKNTION. AlloovooBUDloatioiinshotild beaddrearrd to tbe VikoiniaCitizkk. Trvinrton.Va. Fred W. Gunby was in Baltimore this week. _ Jno. I. Brent, of Burgess Store, was here Wednesday on business. Voters do not forget to pay your poll taxes by tomorrow (Saturday t. J - Capt. and Mrs. E. L. Thomas, of Whealton, were here Wednesday. H. R. Smith, of Hampton. \ isitcd his parenta! home here this week. Miss Caroline V. Gunby entertained a number of f riends Tuesday evening. Mrs^ Lizzie Neale, of Whealton, is guos*af Mrs. &. P. Simmons this-week. Norman Davis, of Philadt lphia, was guest thts week at the home of F. A," Gunby. Wm. Muir, of (^risfieki. pass>.4 throiu , tei^uasciay ert route "to LantaSter j ?b?9rneB8. ' | A. James, jr., and Wayland D. .WuV der are in Richmond this week on business. Joe Douglass spent Sunday and Sun day night at his parental home near Brookvale. ^mong the recent sick, now im proved. are Mrs. W. K. Lee and Maria Brewington. _ Read the date on your...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 April 1909

.OOO COQ? ? ? ? ?.n.. ??? PEOPLE'S k ?* 1?/ CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Taberoade. 0????????i??????>>t>>>^ ??? The Most Prccious Text, John iii, 16?Delivered In the Brooklyn Tabemacle. Text. "For God to loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoaoevcr beheveth in him should not perish. but have everlashng iife" (John iii, 16). ut. Ooo OOQ? ? ?? ?????????????? brooklyn. N. ?.. Aprll 23.?Paator t'luiries T. Russell. preaehlng today ln tbe Urooklyu Tabernacle, aald: The tlrst tbought couueeteU with this text. dear frlends, ls tbe peculiar ity of the fact that the God of all grace, the Aluitgbty. tbe All-Wlae, the All-Just, should have love for the world of mauktud. It would surprlae uotie of us if the Apostie had written that God greatly loved the holy angels and that be would do any and every thlng for their protection and blesstng We would have said, "lt is Just Uke him. Of course he would do so. They have always been loyal, always been true....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 7 May 1909

mtmim Weekly Joumal Devoted to the laterests of tancaster County in Particulai; the Horthem Necfc and Rappahannock Valley in Geneial. and the World at Large. Volumk XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY, 7 1909. NCMBEB 32. 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. 114 S. FRBDBRIGK STREET., BALTIHORE, ID. K'litbHahtHt lu 1SG2. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Recr'Ivera, SUippera, Dealera, <iK VIN. IIAY, WILL. FKEDS, SKK!> OAT8, LINMKKD MKaI. COTrON SEKI) MEAL, lil.lTKN PKED. Alao Diatrtlmtnra af TM? I'UrtlNA poiji.ticv rKfn?, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <?*** rrsti ?;*>*?.. nniMINE, WB. R. A. *???<? ?? B A LM SaJ I a\l af* CaUiocaa and 12 E. LOArlSARD ST.. **- <?*t,.d st., BALTIMOREv MD.f Wnoluaalt tf-inufacturur af Carriagea, Road Carta, Wa?on^ and Daytons . . Doaler in . . Carriage- and. Wa^on-Makers' Supplies. fRANK T. GLARK COMPA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 7 May 1909

I>1.M<H 'HATir WKKKI.Y. IF.nteredat lrviujrtoo P.O.aaSd olaas matter.] VA. CIll/r-.N PtBLlHHINtt CO. IIIIIIMIIKS S>-hsi ription: $1.00a year. in advance, W. R. ROWE. Opficb Manager. AH comnionieatioiia or bualnea* Irtter* aliould beaddivaaed lo Ibe Vih.,imaI'itizin. ?r\ itutou. \ a.. tu i?vi\r prumpt aitrtitlun. Krlday, May. 7 ISMMft HELP THE REABfiR Sometiines \vo fear that tht* kiml triendswhoaond tntaa lateet news to Ihe CaTBBN t l.ink tli;it th?? most tln'v atv doing b to help the paperand oootrtbute t<? its Buobess. True this is. and that they ht'lp the pajwr is ol?vi t>iis. and tli?> t'mzKN is tbankful; lmt mav we remind our eentri butora that iu srmliutr iu newe th.it appeara In our oolamna they iiiv doing far more tluui aimply aiding the editor and printer. They areentertaining the reader attheothar.eod ofthecountj, aud the man whoremoved to another St.ite years ago, but wlio feels tliat he wauts the home paper to follow him still?wauts to hear from those w...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 7 May 1909

LOCAL MENTION. All PommunipuHonmihould ra? adrl rraaed to tbe Viriiinia OiTiaBM. Irvinutuo.Va. W. T. White ia in Baltimore this week. J. C. Harding was in Baltimore this week. _ Will Dyke. ar., is visitii.g in Esaex thia week. _ Will H. Iiee spent Sunday at his home here. _ Frederkk Downing, of Fairport, was here yesterday. Treasurer Dunaway and Deputy Gree ham were here this week. Joe White. of Baltimore. ia visiting Paul and Linwood Messiek. Tidings from Miss Mary Mitchell tell of continued improvement. Mrs. Katharine Noblett. of Baltimore, is visiting friends and relatives here. A minstrel is being rehearsed here, which will be produced in a week or so. The final exercises at the high school here will be held Friday evening, June 4. Miss. Julia Buck, of Weems. waa guest of the Misaes Willing this week. Miss Kuth Ingram, of White Stone, it spending the week at the parsonage. Among the recent sick, now improved, are: Mrs. O. C. Messick, Clinton Bew, Annie Lee. _ W'ilbur Robertson,o...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 7 May 1909

? OOO OOO* i' ' iiemi nii ini i ii ug PEOPLE'S PULPIT... Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL. Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. The Helpiulness of Prop er Vows to the Lord. Who Should Make Vows ? The Responsi bility Attached. Pastor RusselTs Discourse at Brook? lyn Tdbcrnade. lirooklyii. N. Y.. May 2 ? Pastor C. T. Kussell anackai al the Brooklyn Taberuaele today. taking ua bla text the words. "1 will pay my vows uuto tbe Lord aVf ln the presenee of all bls people. I will take tbe eup of salva tlou, and call upon tbe unuic of tbe Lord" (Psalui cxvL 14. 13). He aald: No loss tbnu teu tltues does the l'rophet l>a\ld reler to his vows to the Lord; the propriety of so doiug and bls appreelation of tbe responslblllties thus lueurred and bls deterinltiatlou to fultill bls vows. The word Vow ls rnnly aaed today exeept ln respect to eleritui VOW*, baplismal vows, mar riage vows. Tho word vow has to conslderable extent been suiierseded by tbe word promise and other words which signify nu obllgntiou to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 14 May 1909

%t$mm Ciii$etu VoLUMB XVIII Waefcly Journal Devotei to tlie Ipterests of lancaster County in Particular; the Northern Necfc and Rappahannocft Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY, 14 1909, NUMBEB 33. 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. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. A^inciisDeu ln 1808. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN ?fc SON, Recclvera, dhippera, Dealera, OKVIN, HAY, 1*111,1, r'KEDS, SREI, UA18, L1NSE1U JHKaL ?:orr?*N iftMD mkal, <.i,utkn f?:kd. Alao Dimrlhuio'H of THM PUKINA I'oiM Tit?' * BKttn, 127 and 129 Cheapside, ???? **? ? *?*. - BAITWQRE, !WD. ?* ? A ? Saae for BANN1NG, ?riaV 12 E. L0M8AR0 ST.. <?'? a*..? s... BUTWORE, MD., Wboleaalr Manuf&ct urer of Carriages, Road Carte, Wagona aad Daytono. . . Dealer ia . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Makers' Supplies. fRANX T. CLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, D...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 14 May 1909

ZTut ^irgtuia (Bitmn. DKMOC'HATIC WKKKI-Y. IBnteredatlrvincton P.O.aaSU claaa matU>r.} TA. C1T1ZBN PUBLISHINtt CO. S? bscription: $1.00 a year, in advance W. R. ROWE. Office Manaobr. All comruunloations or buaineaa letter* atluulcl tH- U.l.ll.-ss. .1 to tbi-VlKitlNIA ClTlZKN, ?r\ iinrtoii. Vti.. to ri'ivni' prornn attentlun. f'rlclay, May. 14 19UO There is a great exodus of the colored people from this section who are leav ing every week for the North where they go to secure employment dur? ing the summer months.? Tidewater Democrat. This has been the news from nearly every section of Ti<lew.iter Virginia ever since nnd just prior to the elose of (he oyster season. Our old State is ehari table, indeed, and long suffering. Not only are we taxed inequitA l?ly to support the negro schools but we have toshare our natural lVHourees with a shiftless, worth faw element. We are willing to suffer something for the edu< a tioual?and much for the moral? uplift of our negro race, but w...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 14 May 1909

LOCAL, MJBNTION. AH Ovxuuiuulcxl <?>!>? ahould beacVlresaod tO tb" v 1K..1N1 a JiTiaea. Irviiwtoo.V*. Mrs. Chaa, Kairia is viaitiug relatives in Baltimore. _ Clifford Kirkmyer and I.ulieRock are in Baltimore. _ Irving Meaeick was in Blackstone, Va., last week. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at home of Mrs. O. R. Hopkins. .Capt. J. ?. Bussels spent a few days at his home here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 1*. Messick into their home this week. SoVHal Circle wdl meet Tuesday night Ot the home'o? Mrs. Geo. D. Callta. Miss Leah Willing spent the week end with Miss Julia Buck atWeems. Miss Marjorie George left thia week. to visit Mrs. C. P. I'alraer at Fleeton. Among the receut sick, now improv ed are: K. F. Thompaon, Mrs. Jas. H. Wise. J. R. Callis and J. J. Jett are paint ing L. M. Flip|K>'s house in Fleet's Bay] Neck. Capt. F. A. Gunby is in Norfolk and W. McDonuld Lee in Kichniond cily today. _ Corbin Christopher, of Wicomico Church, spent Saturday night and Sun? day here....

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 14 May 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EUW1N A.NYB. [Copyrlght. 19W. by Amarlcaa Preaa ciatlon J SHORT AND SWCET. President Taft made a*blg hlt when he put hia tariff message into 300 words. The nrilcle you are now readlng ta compoaed of 500 worda. so you can readlly uuderstand tbe brevlty of the Taft docunient. Tbe newspapers have come to dread the appearance of the average mes? sage that fllls so much space, to the excluslou of the news. Besldes? It ls an open question whether one person ln a thouaaud really reads the volunilnous executlve dellverancea. Ex-President Rooaevelt's favorlte plcture?tbe one over the cuautel ln tbe executlve'a prlvate offire- was the one ln wblcb the old farmer la ahown as slttlng up after the family has gone to bed, burnlng tbe mldnlght oll and poriug over each sentenee of the pres Ident's message. The plctnre ls rather fanclful. Nowudajs the farmer ls about aa busy as the business man. He ls on a rural route, gets his daily paper and sklnis over the headlines after...

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