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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 June 1909

ttgmm VOMJME XVIII. W?eily JoBfial Oevoicd to the Uterests of lancasiet Cciinty in^articular; the Nontiern Heck and Rappahannoct ?alley in General, aml the World at large. IRV1NGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, JUNE 25, 1909. NUMBEB 39. CHAS. M. STR VEN & 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, 1D. K-lftbllBbcl tu 186$. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Hefclvcro, rihippert, De&lert*. OKAIN. HAY, PKED8, LlNHBKl? MKAJ, t'OTTOJf ?KE1> MK*L. IJKST STONE L.IMK IN BABRELH. Altto DistrOmtor* nf THE t'l'KINA POUI TltY USElv. 127 and 129 Cheapside, <N???- ?*?? ***** rhtI^QRE, MD. VlltUIMA I.WVS UUMPUCU xvi rn. R. A. S?nd for BANNINC, Stsr 12 E. LO!HI3?80 ST..???'? u,u.? ?.. BIITIMORE, MD., W?ii>lcs?l? Minufactarer of Carriages, Road Carte, Wagona and DaytoDs. . . ' De?lor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 June 1909

%ht Virginia mtmnJ IH:.M(KHAT1C WKKKI.Y. [Bnteradatlrvlpyton P. O aa 8d claaa n?att*r.] TA. CfTIZEN PUBLIAHINQ CO.' PVBLISHRata. Scbsckiption: $1.00 a year, in advance. ADVBRT18INO RATRH~ 8 ui.|?n.|]yr. ?C\mC? ,aoown?*"''?.orVou!7u3; iali :t " ? a.uu; 10.00 ii.ua ? A a.?w| u.oo, so.to 6 ?? IO.O0l7.0o! 2T..00 0 .. IS.UIVSU.U ;*!.(?> U.0U.ft>.0b 3&.00 i0 ?? IS.00 2W.U0 4O.U0 12 '? k ^ ,i.,?. SK.00,j?j.0lt, 4i.0U looluatn ??,u,nD' ?.Oo,aa.iw w.oo jooiuBin, au-uolauooUouio KWapperceni addlttonal for.peclal poaiti.m ????& itXT**" ??,Un"?- ? ?* P? m?nt.. exouralona. ato.. one-half.WuliV ?iA"i ,t.ominunt?ationB or buainem lettara ?hoiild beaddreaaed tnthe Vi?o ?ut'm/M W. R. RQWE, Office Manager. Friday, June 25, 10OO. PROGNOSTICATING DRUMMERS. Kome jrentleimwi a{ our|mtel ;l u\\ days a^owrrediscusNiiio-how [ar rrorrj the politfcal mark our traveting Balasmen often ?-vt predicating as they d<> their opuuons upon the with or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 June 1909

LOCAL MflNTlON. All ootBmuDloatutotanould be addreaaed to be ViRGisia JiTiaSH. Irvlnrton.Va. Capt. W. L. Messick was in Norfolk on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mitchell were in Norfolk Sunday and Monday. Miss Caroline V. Gunby is spending this week with friends in Baltimore. Clay and Walter Messick and Willie Lee were home from Reedville to apend Sunday. _ Clifford Kirkmyer has joined the travelling fraternity. making his first trip through here this week. Miss Ruth Willing left Tuesday for an extended visit to her brother, Howard Willing, in Baltimore. Misses Ethel Marsh, of Reedville, and Mary Coates. of Sharps. are guests of Misses Mary and Ida Lokey. Don't fail to see "The Carnival of Nations" either on Saturday night, July 3rd, or Monday night, 5th. Miss Fannie Hull Uobertson, of Nutts ville, and Rev. E. H. Rawlings were guests at the parsonage last week. Miss Grace G. Pinckard spent Mon? day night here, cn routo home from Memphis and a week's visit in Norfolk. Misses...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 June 1909

HearttoHe&rt Talks. By EDW1N A. NYE lOaayitaht, 1*M by Anterlcan Pieaa Aaao clatlon.] MEN AND MARRIAGE. Mantaga puts a man up agalnat the reaiity of Hfe. And mukes or m.irs blm. If be tnkes up tbe burden of famHy llfe and earrles lt "llke u uian" lt puts fcew power Into his llfe. Kvcr aas uu orieutal wouiuu carry a great Jar of water uu ber bead? What power and potse and graee lu b?>r movements! Tbe burden doea lt. lt makes ber flgure atrulght and ber nio tlons suppltv And so of the fatnlly load. Bs who tnkes up the support of a famlly flnda that tr* dntng of It keepa him stralchr nnd Wc j?o!sed. Mnrrlage has made a sby man selr reltnnt. a selnsb man generous. an In dolont man ambltlous. a self centereo inim self saoritlclug. Mnrrlage is the aetd teat. It puts responelbillty on a raan's shoulders, and responslblllty, rbjbtly asauraed, develops character. Hvre Is a man wbo, unuiar?j>, i% content to llve ln comparatire comfort wlthout much exertlon. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 July 1909

it$mm Voi.ume XVIII Waetly Joaraal Deiotad to the laterests of tancastet Couniy in Particular, the Horlhern Necfc aad Rappahannoct Valley ia General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1909. ~ NUMBEB 40. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLE8ALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commissioo Merchants For MEIMHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. E-tubllHbed in 1808. C. S. SCHERMERHORN 6l SON, Hucelvem, Htiipper , I>e*Wr8, iiKAlN, IIAY, FKBDS, LIMMVKU MKAI, ('OI'ION HKK1) MK AL. IJKST STOM-: LlMU IN KAMtKLN. Al?o Distrlbatura of THK PUKINV POUITKV *? KI?M. 127 aad 129 Cheapside, <???* r**n *****. KALlltfflflr, IWD. \ iKuiNi v i, \w* ooJiPLlilif .. ri ii. BANNINC, tZS? 12 E. IOH3A80 ST.. ?-? *?~* **?. BAITMORE, MD., Wr>,)ltti?lr Mau'if&ctarer nf Carriages, Road Carte, W*^oas and Daytooa. ? ? ' Dvaler in . . Carriage- and. Wagon-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 July 1909

WU ^irgiaia &itig*a. ?KMOCHATIC WEKKI.Y. IBnteredat Irvtntrton P. O. as Sd claas matter.] V*. CITIZEN PCBLIHHINO CO. '?MMIMIHC. S- ksc RiPTioN: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All i oimnuiiictttioiis or bu?iiiess It-tter* ahouid oc addrvstted to tbe Vihoima ?"ii i..kn li-v irnrton, Vh..u> reveivv prompt attoutton. r rlday, July *J. 15M.<> LANCASTEK'S SUPERINTEN DENCY. In another Qolumn we publish the aceounl of the Lancaatar hght, from the Kiehmond Tinus Dispatch and Washington Her ald, written by a known friendof Dr. Lewis, and l>earing big head lines snch as "Lee's Man Defeat ed." ete. We hnmnnnpoiogiaito make. tuul the hght lwivrs no aoreaeaa with us. Handicapped by having three of the Board (at t he hrst, four of the six) agninst us. the College professoi-s and Attorney-General AndeiSOn, also District-exaniiner Kussell and Senator Walker, we made a goojd Hght aadhave no recriminations to cast up. We ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 July 1909

LOCAL, MENTION. All ooaitaualvailon* aliuuld be aaMW?i *0 be ViHoiMia JiTi*ew. Irviiurtuu.V*. P. H. Sadler is in Baltimore. E. W. Long was in Baltimore this week. _ Thoa. Croxton had a fitie colt to die last week. . F. H. Wilshin is in Norfolk erecting some buildings. W. H. Barrack waa badiy bitten on the hand by a dog last week. Miss Hanna Dix is attending the Sum mer Normal in Fredericksburg. Miss Majorie George returned Friday from Fleeton, where she has been visiting several weeks. Miss Annie I. Long reached home Saturday from Blackstone, Va., where she has been since fall. Miss Bessie Callia, milliner, returned home Monday night from the season'a work in North Carolina. Among the recent sick, now irnproved are: George Oliver, jr., Geo. B. Ten nant, Geo. W. Sanders. Don't fail to see "The Camival of Nations" either on Saturday night, July 3rd. or Monday night, 5th. Mrs. Irving F. Jones and fatnily left this week for King George county to spend the summerwith relatives. Hon. R. C...

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

HearttoHeart Talks. By EI1WIN A. NYB. K'opyiiKhl. i'JOa. by Amarlcan Pieaa Aseo clatlon.J MOTHERS DAY. Mother ia queen of the May. In laailf phu es. especlally ln the uest. Uotker** daj. which la coinlng tt> be a natiotial t? eul, waa observed for the nrwt time. In some of the clties eburvbes were glv?'u over te the eelebratiou of the day. Heverentlal trlbutes ln the way of sermona. addressca and exerelses were given to the mothera of Ameriea. The einhlematlc tlower of the day is the white earnatlou. Which la slgnlttVant? Because the carnatlon waa flrat eul tlvated :is a flower 2.000 years ago. the very perkxl when the emancipatlon of wotnan was I ^iin. It Is iittii!'. * one day ahould be glven ln honor Oa Amerlcnn motber hood. What a graelous hlstory! From the little mother of Columbus. who ln splrvd the voyages of the flrst Amer? iea n, down through tbe daya of the pllgrltn mothera and the mothera of tbe Ilevolution to the days of our own niothers, courage und purity an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 July 1909

xrgtm* VOLUMB XVIII Wssfcly Joaraal Oevotel to the laterests of laacaster County in rarticular; the Northera Hecfc anil Rappahannocl Vailer in General, and the World a! larce IBVINGTON. VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1909. NUMBEB 41. CiiAS. M. STRUVEN & C0? STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHIIMISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MEIMHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORB, MD. Eatabllsbed ln 1863. C. S. SCHERMERHORN <&. SON, Kocelvere, ttaipper*, Dealera, OliAIN. IIAY, FBEDH, LINSKKI) MKAJ , HOTTON 8KKI) MKAIa. UKHT 8TONB LIMU IN BABBKLM. Alao Diatrlbutora of THK l?UKINA POUI.TKV VHCBftft, 127 and 129 Cheapside. <N**r ***** **?*. i BUllHQRE, MD. VlttOINIA I.WVSCtMlfUKI) VITH. R. A. Sead for BANNINC, JTSkT 12 E. LQM8AR0 ST.. c?. u.t..? at.. BALTIMORE, MD., Wholnaalc Vtanufactarer of Carriages, Road Carte, Waj?oaa and Daytons. . i ' Dsalar in . . Carriage- and. Wagon-Mak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 July 1909

I>K.M<K*I?ATIC w l-:i-.KI \ . IKntettHlat Irvioartoa P.O.aaSd claaamatter.] V \. Cin/KN I'l HI.IMIIS? 1U. rtiHLiauKKa. S'jbscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. alWKHTISINO RATK8. 3 Ui.|?vu. lyr. ' '?? r?. i>t-r nicheaoh tnawr'n.or a.ool 8.00! kM.0 i llichtva, ?.O0 10.00 1V0O i .. a.e? 14.00; auo io.oo lT.ool ar?.u> ? 12.00 SO.OO 30.00 14.00 3*.00 Jf.Atj .5 ia.00 auwl 40.00 ?? sa-oofaaoo14B.W l? ?* * column. ?.00 38.00 W.??j I ooluxni.. 40.00;d0.00 W0.00 ia*" u". per aaaM additional forapeclal poaitiuu Notio?a tu ruadiUK coiumna, 10 oenta per oonparell Hm. Obltuaiiea, relifloua notioea of entcrtain ti?nt?. exc-uralooa. etc.. oue-balf remilar raten. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All communicationa or buaineaa letters ahoulii bv ad(ln?s8*Ml tu the Vihoima Citizkn, ' rviiia; tou. Va.. to reveive prompt attention. Frlday, July ?, lf)OI> Tin: Washingrfcon Post dtecuasjUB Virginia roads, a Babyect just now at iront on bcoouqI ol the pree...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 July 1909

Kf.Llt.UK S Al'POlNTMKM'S. MBTHODIST. Ksv. K. r. Gakmk. Paator. rvlnatoo. Firat aud Thlrd Sundaya. 11 A. M.. HecouU and Fourth Suudava. 8 P. M. White Stone. F!rst and Thlrd Suuday a.? P. M.. Seoood aod Fourth Sundaya, 11 A. M. Aabury iFi.-?u?' l?i*n<i), Second Suuday, 3 P. M; Thlrd sanrtny.gp, M. Poplar N- oa, rour- h Sundav. 3 P. M Wiii'j-, Firat Suuday. a P. M. Kcv. W. L. Ware. PAarun. White Maisb. Second Sund*< ,:1P. M i Fourth Sunday. 11 A. M. Kdaely. Sacon 1 Sunday, II A. M.; Fourth Sun <1<A3- S p M Kehobotb.Vi.at Sunday. II A. M.: Tblrd Sun? day. H P. M. Bluff Polnt. Ftiai *un ay. S P. M.: Thlrd Sun? day. II A. M. Kll.iiarnock Fmi Suti.la*. ".un f M ; Thlrd Sunday, IHm P. M MI'a, Foui U. Sun.Uv. 7HX> P. M. BAPT18T. R?v. F. S/, Olatbrook. Paator. rvinaton. sciM.n'l and Fourth sumiays, 3:'?0 P. M.; rtral Suri.lay. 8 P. M. ?aricomiou, Firat and Thir.l Sundayc, 11A.M. Kiluiai-not-a. Second aud Fourrti Sundaya. 11 A. at. Bluff ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 July 1909

HearttoHeart Talks. By EDWIN A.1SYE ICopyrlaht. 1WH, by American I'rcaa Asao clatton.] WIND UP TBE CLOCIL Get plenly of sleep. He who uets less tban ebj?ht hours of aleep ln twenty-four gets leas tban ls aaareaaaif fur henlth uud loug llfe. Napejteoa tried to aroare otherwibe. Ile attlrmed that slx bours ln twenty four were sumdeut. More than that. he put Iu the slx bours at any time he got a chanee. Nnpoleon died nt flfty-two. Moreover. good hlstorlans say he lost the battle of Waterloo because of loss of aleep. Od the other hand. Vlctor Huvro Ilved to be etghty-thrve. He allowed uothiiiK to get Iu the way of his elght hours of sleep. And lu bls advanced years be invnrtably took a nap In the mlddle of the day. liulznc. another great Frenchman. aystematically robbed hluiaelf of aleep ln order to write hia novela. He re garded every hour 8tolen from sleep aa ao much galned. Balzac died at flfty-one, a year younger than Nnpoleon, a physloal wreck. Qeoraa Washlncrton belleved in plenty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 July 1909

iroinia (ExixZtn. Until Jm??I Dawtei lo tha lataiests ol lancasier County m Particalar; the Hortnera Heci and Rappahaaaoci ?alley ia General, ssj tlie Worla1 at large. Volumb XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, JULY 16, 1909. NUMBEB 42. CHAS. M. STRDVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLE8ALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. IU S. FRB0BR1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. Kftabllahtiil lu \\u&. C. S. SCHERMERHORN * 80N, ?aeefwasB, Bulppei , Dealera, OKVIN. HAY, PtMMa, LINHEKll MF\i, CJOTTCiir eEKD ME.AL.. BK8T STONTK LIMK la HAUKKLH. Aleo Dig'rlbutora of TtsaB IM'KINV POU1/PRY '-"RRDH. 127 and 129 Cheapside, **?* ***** ???? > hALflMURE, MD. VltMIMI %. LAWH <!(M|,M,lKl? ?/] I'M. R. A. Send for banning, srsr 12 E. L0S8AR0 ST..''""'*"- ??.. 8UT1I0RE, MD.. <<Viioti*aal<-Hauufactarfrof Carriages, Road Carts, Wagoaa and Daytons &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 July 1909

i)km<x:hatic wkkkly. [KutertHlat Irvinatou p.o. aeSd claaa matter.] TA. CITIZEN PUBLIftHINC. CO. PUBLISHRRa Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All cotnmunicatiorjs or busineaa lettera ahould t>e mldresaed tothu Viroinia Citizkn, lrviiurton, Va.. to receivo prompt attention. Friday, July lO, !??? LANCASTER'S SUPERINTENDENT. We had about forgotten the school thrht here, but in the last iasae 01 the Urbanna Sentinel (iiiendh to Dr. l>e\vis) we see this eilitorinl: "We learn with considerable aurprise from the Virginia Citizen, which con fesses to its oppoaition to the appoint ment of Dr. F. W. Lewis aa diviaion superintendcnt of schools for Lancaater and Northumberland. that the condition upon which he finally received the ap pointment was that he should retire from politics; and just what it means we are ata lossto understand. If it means that Dr. Lewis is not to be influenced in hia administration of the office by loca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 July 1909

LOOAL MENTION. All eommuntoationa ahould be addru?d to | t 10 ViauiNUviTiiw. Irviaarton.Va. Carlisle Shackelford, of Ottoman. ia, visiting hia cousin, Loyola Leland. Social Circle meeta next Monday night at the home of Mrs. Lewia Burke. Mra. W. T. Jonea viaited her aiater, Mra. Jno. Wm. Chowning, at Bertrand last week. _ Mias Alice Croxton apent from Friday until Sunday with Miaa Suaie Claybrook at Kilmarnock. _ W. McDonald Lee isattending month ly meeting of the Commiaaion of Fish? eries at Hampton. Meaara. John C. Brewington, J. T. Rilee and J. W. Tull were at Weat Point, Va , Tueaday. Capt. Josephua F. Buaaella. accom panied by a friend, was here thia week greeting old home people. Mra. J. W. Pitman, Mias Sadie Aah burn and Edwin Jamea were in Norfolk for a few days this week. Mr. J. H. Baugher and family, of Baltimore, arrived Saturday to spend a month at the Irvington Beach. Sharps and Irvington base-bali cluba ?will cross bats on the latter's diamond Saturday afternoon, July 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 16 July 1909

Heari tolieart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. ICNapgrKaat aBf. b>- American Freaa Aaao I >atlon ] LAUGH EARLY AND OFTEN. Mlrth ls (jod? medicine. Everybody ouylit to bathe ln It.-O. \V. Holtnaa. Mlrth a medicine? lYitainly. and a good one?better tban hiilf tbe prepuratlous of materla BWdtea. It ls one of uature's real toni.'s. n balin for life's bruiaes, a waive for sorrow8, a llnlment for men? tal paat, a pauaeea for wounded hearta. Dr. Sundersnn says: Mlrth. cheerfuluesH, Is a better stlm ulaut for the tisauea of the body than drugs, whk-h react. Laughter ls an actual llfe glving luflueo.ce. Another physlelan has said. "Fun ls a food and neeessary to wholeness as bread." Therefore?laugh early and often. M<>st of us take llfe altogetber too aerlously. We do not laugb enough. or If we do laugh it ls a stlngy sort of mlrth thnt does not do much good. We laugh so seldoni we lose the dls position, the power, to laugh. Laughter is n hablt. It may be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 July 1909

tx^tnm Weekly Journal Devoted to the lulerests ot lancasier County in Particular; the Northttn HecK and fiappahannocli Valley in General, and the World at large. Volumb XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1909. NUMBEB 43. 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. (14 S. FREDERICK STREET., * BALTIMORE, MD Eetabliahed ln 1869. C. S. SCHERMERHORN &. SON, Recelvera, 8h p\n n?, betlers, OKAIN. IIAY, ratlMa, LINSKKU MKAI, (M)TT(IN UUtfl MKAL HKST STONE 1,1 .11 K IN UAHKRL8 Also Diitrlhutora of THK PUttlNA POUI.TKY Ptittl**, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <*??*. *~? ?,.,, euiimORE, MO. VIKUINIY IAWS CUNPIIKU VI I f II. R. A. Sand for banninc, rr 12 E. LOMBARO ST.. ??? ?????? ??.. BALTIMORE, MD., Wholcsalt Manufactarer of Carriages, Road Carts, Wagons and DaytoDS. Cirriag?. an.1 . Wagron-Makwr**' ~>'ipplie3 FRA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 July 1909

l)KM(KRATIC MEKKI.Y. IKnteredat Irvlncton P.O.aaSd claas matter.] VA. CIT1ZEN I'l HI.MIIIMi CO. rVBLIBREBB. ?-, , ? , \ Subscription: $1.00 a year. in advance, W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All tommuuicatione or businew lottera alimild l>o iiddresiied to the Vikoinia Citizkn, Irvinjttou, Va..U? BBBBivej prumpt attvntioo. Friday, Julv 33, 1909. THE LEAGUE VERSUS TUCKHK. The Anti-Saloon Leagae, through its IMvsident Atkins, has senttocandidates certain queries as to their position. This is fol lowing their policy ofsomeyears. Judge Mahh answercd promptiy iind from the shouluer. Mr. Tuckei delayed quitea while, and When he did nnswcr dotkred some of the issues and launched into nbuse of the Laaguet. In reply to this. oftieials of the lA'a<rue roasted him. From thepubliehed eorrespon denro temperance peoplecan have no aftiliation with Candidate Tucker. We knew all along that his so-ealled local option views were from PoiicT and not from the heart, fjefusinji- to vote...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 July 1909

LOCAL MENTION. All ootamuntoattons should beaddrosaad to t >? ViKGiMA -JiYiaaM. 1 rvlurtoa.Va. Thos. Croxton was in Essex Sunday aad Monday. _ Mrs. B. L. Willing is visit ing her aister in Newport News. Misses Annie I. Long and Grace Lee spent Wednesdayin Norfolk. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Tenant left Mon? day for a short stay in the North. Warner Ball. of Monaskon, was here Wednesday and Thursday on business. Willard Pritchard, of Baltimore, is a guest at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Etla Thomas. _ Mrs. Presley Carter and daughter, M iss Nellie, of Baltimore are guests of Mrs. Geo. D. Callis. _ Judge T. R. B. Wright was here Tuesday night on his way home from Lancaster court. R. F. Garner has been incapacitated for business from large and painful boils onhis arm. Miss Flossie Thompson, of White Stone, is visiting at the home of her uncle. E. F. Thompson. Mrs. V. F. McVcigh and daughter, Adelin, of Baltimore, are visiting at the home Dr. G. H. Oliver. Mrs. Annie McDorman and Misse...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 23 July 1909

Heart to f leart Talks. By EDWIN A. N\_5. DANGER.S OF IDLENESS. T__Ukk_ time ls her*?, und with lt comcs the d.-iuger to the boys and girls of sustnined idleness, for lt ls as true now ns when It was written long ago that Satnn stltl some mlachlef flnds Kor Idle handa to do. FariMits. whether rlch or poor or me dluni, oiigbt to provlde some special employmont for their children durlne vnontlon And. for that matu*r. ea<-b day ought t<> have Its tttsk just as soon as the chlld nrrlves nt the age <?f nccnuntahHlty. For Instaiu-c?? The bOf should t>e held acoountable porsonally for some choro, or If he has ? dog _e should lip made to under? stand that be must provlde regularly for tbe anlnial. The girl should know that if hef '"at ls to be fod she must attend to It, or If she has a doll she must care for it. Little thlngs those. But hlghly imjKirtnnt. Ilabits fonn <haracter. and chnrnc ter detormlnes dostlny. Responslhlll...

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