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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 May 1909

%t$mm (EilHttL Weetly Jowaal jgggj M the taterests of Lancasier Ccumy in Particular; the Northern Hecfc anfl Rappahaaaoci Valley in General, and ihe World at Laree. Vouv?9 XVIII IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, MAY, 21 1909. NUMBEB 34. 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. 1H S. F8BDBR1CK SfREEf.,_BaLTIMORE, HD. E?ubliiihed ta 1802. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN Sl SON, Recclvent, Shippers, Dwalera, ?JK\1N. H\Y, tttLL FKED8, HlIU OAT8, LINHKKI> MRAL COl't'ON 8EEI) MEAL, <il.UTEN FFED. A.I80 DistrihiUitri* (>r THM PUKINA l?oi;i ticy f mci?h, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <N?" **?" mSwLi MITIWORE, MC. IC ? Ai 3?n4 for BANNINC, jrsr 12 E. L0M3AR0 ST.. ??- ?? ??.. RALTIMORE, MD., *Vu??|?*alc H*ntifarfurer <*f Carriagea, Road Carts, W&gaaa and Daytona. . . Dealer ln . . Carriage- and. Wajgron-M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 May 1909

i)i:m(k?atic wkkki.y. LEnteredat lrvinaton P.O.astu clasamatter.] VA. CITIZEN PUBLI?HINtf CO. ??! Ml MIKK?. S'jbscription: $1.00 a year. in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Managkr. Al! lommunlcationn or bu.ioeaa lettMr* ?hould be HUdreaaeU tothe ViuoiStTvtTiitZ 'rvlairtou. Va.. to reeetve prompt attee.tlon. Frlday, May.81 l?Ott GETTING DOWN TO FINE POINTS. After the Citizen had coiue tVom the pren la?t week the Nor folk Landiamrk (nhvavNtwodtm tfetting to this garden spotl HhoweU up. and in an editorial eoiiimentiii^; on our reeent siiu turee uponitg coiistructiou of the terui "Socal optioniMt." had Miiw to suy: "If the question of remaining under the present law or establishing State wide prohibition were submitted to the voters at the polls, we venture the guess that the editor of the Citizen would vote for State-wide prohibition. Will he deny it?" Without aproper disceruinent of the difficnltiee with niails betweeo "Ctod'a eotmtry" and out-of-the-way Norfolk, the Land tnsrk'fl editor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 May 1909

LOCAL MENTION. AHooonnuotcationmaould be adrtrraaaa to the Vikmisia Omitri*. Irvlnrtoo.va. Geo. N. Anderton, jr., spent Monday in Richmond._ L. E. Mumford. of Cape Charlee, was here on business Friday. Epworth League Social tonight (Fri? day) at home of Miss Edith Messick. Mrs. Geo. StC. Smith and Miss Ruby V. Smith spent Wednesday in Norfolk. Ford McGinnis, of Ottoman, spent Sunday and Monday with Stonewall Dix. _ Capts. C. H. Willing and E. W. Long were in Bahimore on business this week. _ Purnell Sanders, of Millenbeck, spent Saturday and Sunday with Harry San? ders here. _ Misses Ruth Marston andSallie Gayle, of Urbanna, are guests at Miss Pauline C. Long's. _ Mrs. P. II. Sadler, of Baltimore, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry C. Hopkins._ The Baptist Social Circle will hold a strawberry festival Saturday evening, May 29th. _ Walter Jones celebrated his thirteenth birthday with a party to his friends Wednesday night. Mrs. D. J. Beauchamp was the. guest of Mrs. L. H. Rilee Mon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 May 1909

HearttoHe&rt Talks. By !.!>?/IN \.NYB. p'upyiUlit. 1SW9. by Amerlcan I'reM Asao clatlon.J TWO bOOTBLACKS AND BUSINESS. A innguxine wrlter telts the story of two t'ooHihuks who were sollcltlng trnde on a erowded thoroughfare one Saturday ufternmm. The two ttoys had no regular stand. Each had his box slung over n sboul der. and they stood near the curbstone crvlug tbeir business to the passers by. But there was a dlfferenre ln the boys. Kach had his cry. composed of four words, and uever Tarled It. The flrst boy crled out. "Shlne your shoes hese!" The second boy solicited his custom by slmuting. "Get your Sunday shlne!" Nole the dlfference? The cry of the first boy annouuced the simple fnct that he was lu the shoe shfnlng business for any one who should deslre his servlces. The Recond boy's cry was more slg nltk-ant. It was Saturday afternooo. The hour was 4 o'clock. The cry car rled with It the fact that tomorrow was Sunday and lt probably would be a pleasnnt d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 May 1909

mv$tnx& aa <t (E&ltettL Wartjy Jouraal Devoted to the lateiests af Lwcaster Counly in Farticiilat; the Northern hatael Rappahannoct Valley ia General, and the World at largt. Voi.ume XVIII. IBVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, MAY, 28 1909. NOMBEB 35. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY m AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDKRICK STREET., BALTIMORE. 1D. Ratabliahed ln ltftS. C. S. SCHERMERHORN dt SON, Kecelvert*, Shlppen, Dealers. UIUIN. IIAY, FKKOS, LINSKKO IHKAI, OOTTOaf rtEKD MKVL. ISK8T ?TOM5 LIME IN BAFKKLM. Also Distrtbatort of TIIK PURIN\ PdULTHV B?lVllt0*. 127 and 129 Cheapside, <*"?* P^J^' 8AITIX0RE, MD. YIKUIX'll L\WI OUM 1'LIF.O 71TH. R. Aa S?* ** B A oVI oVi I eel O Catalofoa and 12 E. LOIUII ST..?- "^.d ?t.. BUTIMORE, ?&., Waoiesab Manufacturer of Carriagos, Road Carts, Wngoua aad Daytons. . . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 May 1909

9kt ^irginia Gitm*. MKMIM'MATIC WE1CKLY. I Rnterodat Irvin*ton P.O.aaSd claaa matter.] YA. CITIZEN FLBLlHHINtt CO. llltllMUKV Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. M>VKHT1HING RATR8 5m.|?m. lyr. 00 ct?. |n?r 'iion oaoh Inaer'n.or 4.00 8.00' 10.(0 ainuhea, 6.Uoil0.tMjj 15.C) * Z 8.00:14.00; so.to ? !* 10.00 17.00 ?.ou * ? ia.00 ao.00 3o.co 14.00 ik.ooI a&.cn * ia.oolaa.oui ?o.oo 1" 2S.UO'*>.0U 45.130 1= _ X column, ST>.0o!:W.ti0 68.C0 I ooluaan, 40.00iU0.00.i00.ia) teaV'-^peroentaddltlonal forapoclal poeltlon Noticea in readlng- oolumna, 10 oenta per nonparell line. Obltuaiiea, rellgloui notloes of entertatn *?en'*. excuralODB. etc. oue-balf roftular ra:r?. All communicavons or buaineas letter* ahould !m> tuMressoi totaM Vikuikii Citizkn, 1 rviiik-tun. Va.. to roceive prorapt attention. Frlday. May 88, 1900. RBCLAIMING MAB8H LANDR The many thousands of wnste or marsfa acrea atoogour Tide water seeti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 May 1909

BELIwlOUS APPOINTMKNT8. MBTHODIST. Kir. K. F. (iakneh. Paator. rvington. First and Thlrd Sunday*. 11 A.M. ? 8ec >nd and Kourth Sundaya, H p. M; WblteSton*. Flmt.nJ Th'.rd Sui.uajo.3 P. II. Second and Kourth Sunday *, 11A.M. Aebury (Fleeta* laland), Beoond Sunday, 3 P. M.; Thtrd "umi?y. 8 P. M. Poplar N' o*. Kour-hSundo*. 8 P. M. W?*?iVy, First Sunday. * P. M. Rev. W. l. Waki. Pastok. WhlteMatsh, Pocoud Sunday. :?P. M.; Fourth Sunday. 11 A.M. Bd?*ly. Second Sunday. II A. M.: Fourth Sun? day, 8 ? . M Kehoboth. Flmt Suoday. II A. M.; Tbird Sun? day. 8 ?' M. BlutTPoint. Ki.di ?'un'ay, 8 P. M.:Thlid Sun day. il A. M. Ktliuarnock P rar Sunday. 7:Un P. M : Thlrd Sunday. -.imP. M. Ml!a. Fourtn Sunday. Ma ??- M. BAPT18T. R*V. F. w. Cutbkooi. Pastor. rr-nirT.??n. St?con 1 and Fourth Sunday s, 3:30 P. M.; First Sunday. 8 P. M. W<comic<>. First and TblrO 8undaya.ll A.M. Kilotarnock. Seooud aad Fourth Sundays, 11 A. M. Bluff Pomt Chane), Thlrd Sunday. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 May 1909

HearttoHeart Talks. By EDWUV A. NYE. ICopyiiKht. 19W. by Ameriean Preaa Aaao clation.J HANDICAPFED BY MILLIONS. If the little lad at your knee ahould InheHt $-Mkmm*>0 ln tnuuey, would you be xlad or sorr.v? Thiuk tbe proposltlou orer carefully Iwfore yuu iiiiswif. That large sum hna been left by hia great-uncle to ilunt T. Dickenaoo of Augusta, Ga. And young Dlckenaon ia but ntne years old. Judged by what he aaye. tbe father of this boy ia really eorry hia aou ahould have lnhertted $4,000,000. He feara the effect of It on the boy'a fu ture. Alr. Dlekenson saya he will keep the news of hia Inberltauce from Hunt aa long aa poaaible. Saya thia anxloua father: "That la enough money to rutn any boy. I do not want my boy to grow up feeling that he need never work?a falae tdea. I want him to be a plaln, honeat man. I want him to do eome of the world'a work and learn that the greatest comfort ln Mfe la to know that one haa done aomethlng to make the world better." Wlse Mr. Dicken...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 June 1909

it^inia VoLUMB XVIII. Waakly Joirssl Detoted to Ing iiterests of lancaster Coenty in rarlicular; the HorHtern Hecfc aod Rappahannocl Valley is Geseial. and the World st Large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1909. NUMBEB 30. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants Foi MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. PREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. RetablUbcd ln 18(18. C. S. SCHERMERHORN <fc SON, Iiecctvirs, Hbipper, )>e?lera, OKAIN, HAY, FEED8, I.INHRKn MBAla, ?M>TTOV MKKU MEAL BEST M'ONK LDlfi IN BAJCUKLS. Alao DiBtributora of THE PURINA PUULTIIY WM>a, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <?????? ,>r*" ** > httflXOHtT. HD. VIKGIM A LAWM tJoftl PLl Kl> "WI I II. R ? A* Sgad ax banninc, jrsr 12 E. LOMSARO ST.. <?'? ??"??? ??, BALTIMORE, MD., Wnoleiale Mmnnfacturer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 June 1909

1)KM(K'UAT1C WBKKI.Y. lEuteredat Irving-tou P.O.asSd claaa matter.] TA. CITIZBN PLBLIHIUNtf CO. I'mi.isjims. Subscription: $1.00a year. in advance W. R. ROWE. Office Manacer. Vrlday, June 4. luot). BE FAIIt TO OYSTERS. Tlu? edftorial Mondav in the Times-Disputch as to Dr. Caswell Qrav?*gV urgent enll upon Marv Land to penroit and loater the planting of oysters. ahowa ? woful lack of infonnntion upon the subjett on the part of the Times-Dispatch. Dr, Gravea ai*gea Maryland to profil by theexainple of berainter Statea (Viro-inia rajnoqg them), and allow her people togo into tbe planting: business. Only with in receat months has MaVvland had a planting law, while Vir? ginia has had one for many years. tifteen of them under an HnproTed polic.v. Whore Marvland let out do planting grouiid, Virginia Bfteen years ormoreago threw out 100,000 acrea for this por poae, roeoiiiag only 290,000 acrea for tonging. While Maryland is patterning after Virginia. and naturallv im proving upon our system...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 June 1909

LOCAL. MENTION. ?ili ooiuuiubiow. ><?.?* aoou'a oaaJ.treaaaa to Uc Viroimia viriacN. .rvfnaton.Va. Mrs. J. >N. Haydon ia in Baltimore thia we*A. ^^ H O Rock waa m Norfolk Sunday T K J?>m>?x ?vf rittxUirg, ?s a guaat ifl L) kv lVaaaat K. F- tl^v^vsoMd ** u? .MklttuKW ?tl buaiawa* taia *tN*k G ritf G*r?**r sjfwat Saturday at lua parvetal honM? h*a*a FredC kirkmyer. of Ualuuunv. tfeat Monday at hts parental hvine here. * Mrs. Chaa. R. Roger*. of Milleiib*4^ is viaiting her mothef. Mrs. F.llen Jett? Mrs. W, G. Punton. and Miss IJda Powell left last week for a viait in Baltimori. Dr. Geo. H. Oliver leavea Monday, 7th, for Sharps on professional busineaa, to remain until Thursday evening. Misses Lou and Villa Whealton and Willie Whealton werr here Wednesday en route home from Blackstone and Cape Charles. _ Preston and George Anderton, jr. went to Saluda Wednesday to attend the nuptiala of their sister, MissMabel, to Dr. Grayson Vaden....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 June 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EOWIN A.NYE. K'cpyrlgbt. 1*?. by American Preas A clatton.j LETTINC A THIEF GO. "Yes. Judge. 1 took (he eoal. I am gullty." snkl Fred Watson of Dea Maggigg to Jutljte Stewart of the police roiMl ln that clty. The thlef! But walt. "I took the coal. Judge. I had to; tbat's all. 1 would have stolen from you or any one elae," coDtlnued the prisoner. Standlng shnmefaced ln court, Wat gaa pleaded gullty to steallog coal from a tielgbbor. Qla story was a pltiful one. "I slmply had to have coal." said Watson. "1 have been Klok all wiuter nnd have been up only three days from the slckbed. My dootor's blll had run way up. and no one would trust ine for any coal to keep my house wjirm. 1 appealed to the Uumane so clety. and lt put me off." Judge Stewfcrt queetioned Wataon elosely and believed hia story. The Judge refused to prosecute Wat son and said: "If a man wWfuIly steals it la dlf ferent. but when a man ln your clr cumstances. with a famlly obT hia bands. Is drlve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 June 1909

gtnia (ffiii^ett* VOLUME XVIII. Weaily Joarnal Devoted ta the latetests of Lsncaster Ccunty h f articular; ttie Wonhern Hecl aad Rappahaimoci Valley in Genafal, and the World at Large IRVINGTON. VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, JUNE 11, 1909. NUMBEB 37. CHAS. M. STRUVEN .4 CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE i QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. F8BDBRICK STREET., BALTIMORB, MD. E?UbM sh.it in I8U2. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Rccoiyera, .^bippti-, Dealere, OKA1N. HAY, FEEDH, LiNSKKI) MKAL, nOFTOaf MEEO MEAb. BEST STONK LIMttl* ItAHKElS. Also Distrlbutora nf TIIK PURINA POU.TItY I'KF.n*. 127 and 129 Cheapside, <N-?r ?????? *??? ??> ^^invoR?r md. Y1KUIN I V L\WS Ut*M im | Kit >* I i II. rC ? p\a Sanf 'ot banning, jrsr 12 E. LOIMRD ST.. <??? ?>*???? ?t.. BAITIIIORE, MD., Waoi?aal* Mknufantnrer of Carriagea, Road CartM, Wagona and Daytona. . . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 June 1909

f&ag^irfliaia&itizta.! DKMtK'KATIC WKKKI.V. I Bjiteralat I rvintft-.n V. < >. aa 8d clasa matt*r.] TA. (ITIZEN PUBLlAHlNtf CO. InillHHKKv Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manaoeb, Prlday, June 11, 1909 FLAT FISH. Homiders. as we all know. are a qiieer lish. in that they have the niuutli at right angles to tlie way they swiin. That is, while the floiiuder swiins on his side his mouth does not open up-atid down, but erosswise. Taiegivee him an awkward and iiiitiiushed look, as indeed he is. .Just wliv the flounder decided that it was betterto Bwim on his aideinstead Of 011 his edge, a.s swims the shad and pereh for instanee. no oue rj| courae can tell. but probablv be has hisreasous. He mav l>e said to be in a state of evoltitiou. for it is a very curious faet that the youru^ flounder, when Jiist *hatch?Hl,s\vims justtikeaoyotbac hsh arto 11j? and mouth opetl acroae like all his kind. Ihit after awhile ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 June 1909

LOCAL MENTION. AlleoannunloatiooasbouU] beaddreated to tbe ViRoiRia JiTixBH.1rvirurtoa.Va. Mr. and Mrs. William B.uaddus are visiting relatives at Warsaw. Mis8 Ida Lokey gave a party to sev eral frienda laat Saturday nitoht. A tournament ia scheduled for the skating rink next Tuesday night. Philip Biason. of Baltimore, iaaguest at the home of Capt. J. E. Bussells. Miss Leah Willing left Monday on a fortnight's visit to her aisters in Balti? more. Miss Josie Lee, of White Stone, vis ited frientis and relatives here the past week. Little Virginia Bland, of Gloucester county, is visiting her cousin, Hilda Gamer. Children'a Day exercisea will be hexd in the Methodiat church here next Sun? day night. Mr8. L. M. Irving and daughter, Ir ma, of Baltimore, arrived last week to apend the summer. Irving R. Messick was in Baltimore the past week. Clifford Kirkmyer ia in that city this week. Among the recent sick now improved are: Mrs. R. F. Gamer, Henry Danie rels little son, Mrs. T. B. Croxlon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 June 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYB. ICopv nabt. isns. by Amarlcan Praaa Aaao vlatlon J MRS WALTEK BRINKLKHOIT. Tbe herolne of Molokal t. dead. \'<*r thrv* yeara Mr. Walter Hrlnker hofT anaa ? nilnlaterlng Miigel to tbe wrt?t?-hed U'|HTs? or ibe HawaUnn deiith eolony. Kor tbree years she KttMMl by the alde ajf \it-r heTole bus 1>.hk1. l>r. Brtnkerbon*. supportlng bitu In bls loathsoine taxk In that tuoat pltl foJ corner of all tbe workl. As the benutlful and wealthy nlece of Jobn A. I.ong. former secretary of tbe navy. of Boatnh. abe had every ad vantage of higb soelal staodtng and seemed destlned to a brllilant career In tbe hlgber clrclea. Then abe fell ln love wlth W.lter BrlnkerbofT. That chnnged her wbole vlewpolnt of Ufe. Brlukerhoff was an entho Blssttc young patbologtat wlth a blg heart. Agalnst the protests of her relatlres and frlends she marrled tbe man she loved and went dlrect to tbe most aw ful place on Ood's footstool-tbe open 8ore o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 June 1909

xrmttvx <E>ttX$JttL Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of lancaster County in Particulai; the Northern Nect and Rappahannoct Valley in Genefal, and the World at large. Volume XVIII IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1909. NUMBEB 38. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLE8ALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers an. Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 1U S. FREDERiCK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. Eslabliabt.il la 1808. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN <fc SON, Recvlvera, Sbipperj, Dealuis, i.lCAIN. IIAY, KKKJ>S, LlVHKaQl *IK\I,, (JOTTON IBKO ?tattft,!*, BEST STONE Ll al E IN HAlCltEl.S. Alao Dial rtbutora of THE PlIKINA POUI.TUV Vrr.Kf w. 127 and 129 Cheapside, ijrp; rr?? ? tiw.. HULTI^IORE. MD. YlltOlM V L VVVS i'a^.LJM | ED ^1 TH. Ka A. lend tet BANNING, SrS-T 12 E. LOMURO ST..'-? ?....* ?... BALTIMORE, M? ?Vti?>i.??Hir Haiiufacturer of Carriages, Road Carte, W+Qoom and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 June 1909

?-! DKMtKUATir WKKK1.Y. lEnu rtMlat irviuston p. 0. as2d vlaas matttr.] I ?A. CITIZEN FiRl.lsniN,, C0. I'i III IMIHK Subsckiption: $1.00a year. in advance. ADVKBTI8INO RATK8 _ ?i m.jtf m.|l>r. 5H',u'.?K,rinoh'?*oainaer,n,or tJaV] a4M~MXa - lUeUea. tt.OO IO.OOi I&.00 r .. s.<w u.iar 20.00 IQ.OU I7.i? ; ? u.uo'su.00 moo 5 14.00 22.00 8&.QD ?, .. IS.0U8S.iHi 40.00 i., .. ? 82.00 30.00 46.00 ':?,?_S eolumn. 25.00 30.00 K.iai i ooiumn. 40.00 uo.oo loo.?ai ** * ,H,r ??*n? ?<tdltlonal for special pualtlnu no^,are1,Miner.t?,M,,,1,rC01Un,n'' 10 OM,t* *?* Obltuariee, rellgioua notioea of entertaln rateaf' eJtcur*lon". etc.. ono-half rt^ular ?h^.'.'i ,c.omn[,i,niott,',<>nR <>r buaineBa l.tt,,s Irvtngtoe. \ a.. to taealva pvassyl aUMtloau _W^R- ROWE. Office Managkr. Friday, .Fune 18, 190?.~ POOB OYSTEB SEASON. The Baltimon oatmn have toW us that Maryland, as the other States, wenl through the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 June 1909

LOCAL, MENTION All oommunlcaitortH suould ba< addreaaea to he ViaoiKiA OaTcsaa. trvinaton.Va. J. H. Kift, of Fleeton, spent Friday and Saturday here. Miss May L. Branch, of Smithfleld. is a gue.t of the Misses Lee. J. T. Rilee and family spent Sunday with relatives at Urbanna. The young people enjoyed a recent launch ride on the Blanche. Geo. Anderton spent Sundsy and Monday in Middlesex county. A. I*. Rowe, of Fredericksburg, was htre thia week visiting his family. Dr. J. B. Hodgkin spent from Fri day until Wednesday in Washington. Mrs. Will Mason and daughter, Bessie, are visiting relatives in lower Middlesex. J. Wm. Struven, of Baltimore, waa here Wednesday and Thursday on busi? ness. Social Circle will muct Monday night next at the home of Mrs. James Ash burn. Wade Croxton has returned home from Kkhmond, where he has been at tending colleg". J. H. Baugher and daughter, Miss Annie, of Baltimore, were guesta here a duy or so this wt'tk. R. F. Meekins has had hia arm in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 June 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDW1N A. NYB. ICop) itcht. IMW. by American Praaa Aaao clatlon. ] FROM SCRUBBER TO PR1MA DONNA. An expressiou by a Sprlugfleld (Mass. i uian servcs to shovr how flexl Me 1h our Aiiierk-au soelety. Thia tiiau refuaea to pay $2.50 to hear Mtne. Ollve Freinstad slug be cause. he says. the slnger scrubbed tbe floora of hia kltchen a few years ago. Thia ls the atory: MI llved lu Mlnneapolls from 1884 to 1S8U and came to Sprlngfield in 1880. In 1880 in Mlnneai>olis we had our plano tuued by a man named Freui stad, who sald he had a daughter whom he wished brovght up ln the American way and wanted us to take her lu and tea; h her how to be a domoHtic. ? Well, we did this and paid the girl $2.50 a week. Her naine was Anna Ollve Frematad, who, I now see. ls to KiiiLr ln our city. lu the earller days 1 could hear her slng wlthout paylng a cent. It costs me $2.50 now. I won't pay it.44 Forsoothl necause a few years ago Anna Ollve Fremstad worked in hls kltch...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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