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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 July 1909

irgiitin CitMeti Weeklf Joutna! Deveted to the laterests of Lancaster County in Particular; ihe Roiihem Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large. VOLUME XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 19051. NUMBEB 44. CHAS. M. STRtlVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS'SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers. and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDBRICK STREET., BALTIMORE, ND Eatabitshed la 1862. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Recelvera, Shppcr*, Heslera, OKAIN. MAY, FKKDH, LINSKBII MBAI, COTTtlN SKKP MBvL. BEST STONE M M 12 IN IIAHKCI.M Alsn Dlitrlbutora of THE PURINA PJCLTKV KKKIt*J. 127 and 129 Cheapside, ????? ***** *??** UUWMl, MD. viKuivu ia vws OOal t't.iKu u i i ii. R. A. *???? ??? D A aM aaVl I saVI af> SaUlogaa aad b a ra ra i n uf .rlc, Llit 12 E. LOMBARO ST., ** o.u.? ??? BUTIMORE, MD., rVnoleaale tfanufacturer of Carriages, Road Cart3. Wagons and Daytons O irriage- and . Wacron-Maker^' ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 July 1909

DII.MIK K.VTK \\ i:. 1^1.V IKnt. rvlai lr\in-t,.ii Pu.ti-.-il aiaM umll.r. ?A. C1TIZEN I'l 1:1 isniN,. r0. VI IU |N||| Kt, Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance w. r. rowe. Ovnca Manacer. aii commuuioaUoDj ,>r buataaa* letien alioillt! IMOINta PlTI/JCW, Ir>/Uastoa.i mton. Frltlay, ,luv .'5 ?. 11><H> Ho\V Long. GOOD PKOPLE! \V<> tloill.t ll()1 tha* HIJlllV Of ourreaders?butnomi reso than th?> editor ol thia pajer?rejoice tli;it t his is the last isaveol weekly papera before the prin ai \. \. t\ rinirsilav. while weni eat p iaAugOal 5th, the t?ay when the iaaue will be decided n th(> <;un pajgn lorStfate ofHceia. Tii * Vik ? ;im\ (iti/kn has, editorially, made do blatanl piedictioni <>;? rlaims in thi* . and denlt in no mnd-sliiiging; We believe Mann will benominated forGov ernor and Curlett renominated to the Houae. We believe Lan r and Northumberland will go for Mann, aud probably Weet moreland, too, Kichraond hasa Miiiill vote, aa gtoaned from e...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 July 1909

LOCAL MENTION. All oomrauulcatlon* should 1k> ad<1rea)aed to taw ViauiMiA v/'iTixtux. Irviaatoa.Va. E. W. Long is in Baltimore on buai? ness. _ Mrs. A. P. Messick is visiting friends in Baltimore. _ F. G. Ncvbill Tipent this week in Essex county on business. Mark Winner, of Baltimore, is on a two-weeks' visit to friends here. Capt. Geo. P. Squires was here yes terday, much improved in health. U. S. Weather forecast: Continued warm and dry Thursday night and Fri? day. _ Henry M. Tyler, jr., of Ashland, serving on the Maury during his week's vacation. _ Among the recent sick now improved are: Mrs. W. C. Thompson, Mrs. J. R. Callis, Mrs. M. B. Hopkins. Misses Grace Long, of Ocran, and Louise Sadler, of Mathews, are guests of the Misses Brewington. Turn out to Anti-Saloon League meeting next Tuesday. 3 p. m., at White Stone Baptist ehurch. Capt Jas. N. Wilder returned Suniia.t from the seaside where he has been all the summer transplanting oysters. Rev. E. F. Garner, after helping...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 30 July 1909

IiearttoHeart Talks. By EDW1N A. NYB. THE IDEAL HUSBAND. Wlion all thla aad earth needa la Just the art of being; kind. A Chlcngo ministcr has made ao ef fort throuKh Inqulries addressed to I tlie young women of hls congregation to dlscover the sort of husband these I glrls deslre. The repllea nre slgniflcant. Whut ls tlie chief quallty of the man. do you supoose. these young wo nien lnsist upon tn their ldeal hus? band? Oaod !?>oks? Not one. Indeed, some of these sen Blble clrls aetually object to a hand s..:11?- liusliuiul as one too apt to have ??nffinltles." Weaith? Scnroely one of them names a money reqtilrement. Some expressly stnted n preference for a poor young mnn that they niluht have the pleasure of help Inp him up In the world. Oceupntion? Neither oe? ?upatlon nor posltion In so? ciety cnts any flgure \n tne seleotlon of n deslrnble husband. Any bonest em ployment would suffice. Whnt. then. think you did these 100 naodetn irirls. raaaftng from cighteen to twenty-tive ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 August 1909

iraxnin VOLUME XVIII. WeelOif Joui^lJlMO^ed^helrm of lawcasfer County in Particular; the Konltrn Heci aad Rappalannoc* Vatfey in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST (5, 1905J. Numbeb 45. SEMI__.NNU1L CLEARING SALE FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS AT "Wrini-be S-tozxe a_a_cl ZE_Z?l_c___.aa,_cxi.oc___i "V"i__?ei__Li_=L . , , Commenc;"g AUCUST 5, 1909, with sensational vaiues in all lines of seasonable merchlndise The populanty of our eeim-nniiual clearing- sale is well known to vou without our tellimc vou much about it Tho &?? ?? * i Z meiul,?lllu,5e next season is enough to eonvinee you that e^ iten" in oui-stts iTgreSyredu^d ?" * ^ t0 *"? ^^ ?VCr *? the A FEW OF OUR PRICES BELOW WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA WHAT WE ARE noiisir Men s best 25c shirts and drawers, all sizes, at 1 7c each. Good toilet soap at lc a cake. nnr,H,n,?ai?k? . ., UWIIXyi. Men s best 50c underwear will go at 35c each. Best table oll cloth. all colors. at 12 1 -2c a yard. BesTUncastranrUtiSS^ P...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 August 1909

EU* ^injhua ?itteauj I)KM(KMATI(" WKftKLY. [Etit?redat Irving-ton P.O.aaSd clase matter.] TA. CITIZEN Pl'KI.-ISIIINU CO. PUBLISHKKa. - > Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance, W. K. ROWE. Office Manager. All lommuulcations or Dusineaa letter* ahoiiUl l>e addreaseU to the Vikoima Citizen, lrviii_t.>n. Va.. to receive prompt atient 1011. Friday, Au.tiMt <t. IHimi. LABOR ()N THE FARM. Secret a ry i >i* A^ricul t o re NN' ilaoo. who haabeeo making anex te*nded trip throagfa the Weet, studynijr the conditions in the farmin<r. districts, eomesto the eonclusion that tbe real cause of tlie lujr.ii cost ol* ttviUE now prevailing is dne to scareily ol" labor uml not to the remoter eaaaaaof Hnancial dejuession or lack of cultivable lamls. He says that the fanuer cannot eet labor now at any firiee. Tbe drift ol tbe Aa-erican ?oy is to the cities. either because most of our boys are unable or onwilling to do farm labor. Of becaiiseiiuiiiy of those who are larmiaff do it at a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 August 1909

LOCAL MENTION. All oo?raunlcationt ahould be itddreaaod to tj? ViHumuv'iTUEM, trviutrtou.V*. Misa Hannah Dix returned from Fredericksburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Tennant hav< returned from the north. Chas. R. Callis spent Wednesday and Thursday at his home here. Judge Jno. C. Ewell was here today attending bank directors meeting. Mrs. J. T. Rilee and daughter. Miss Gladys, spent Saturday in Norfolk. C. O. Brooks, of Baltimore, is here this week with his wife and children. Miss Lydia Heath is on a visit to h?r friend, Mrs. W. J. Barker, at Lively. Miss Kate James, of Petersburg, Va., is visiting Miss Grace Pond at the parsonage. Rilee Heath fell from a boat a few days ago and badly cut his hand with oyster shells. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willing, of Bal? timore, are visiting relatives and friends here this week. Misses Ruth Messick and Nellie Ford are visiting Mrs. Jas. C. Rowe nt Fredericksburg. Mrs. P. H. Sadler and daughter, Miss Irene, of Baltimore, arrived today to visit rel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 August 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A.. NYE. GRADUATED AT FORTY-SEVEN. A few years ago Dr. Osler was made to say that tbe avcrage tuau sbould be retlred at forty-flve and cbloro fornied at sixty years of age. An Iowa tuau refutea the Osler theory. About four yeara ago George C. WteIte of Nevada, la., developed an ?PI?*tite for polities aud was elected n liiember of tti? legislature, where he rapidly forged to the frout. 11c whs chairman of the couimlttee on ways and means of the lower house and was rvgarded as one of tbe moat foreeful members of the general as sembly. Whlle a memher of the legislature Mr. White whs also a student ln the law clusscs of Druke unlversJty. at Dea Alolnes. aud last spring be graduated. Bot this is not all. He ls golug to Yale for two yeara, where. wlth hls Drake credentials, be cau at the explratlon of that time complete a postgraduate course. Then Mr. White will go back to hls bome town of Nevada aud open a law ofnee. Now, mind you? This man is forty-seven y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 August 1909

gitvitt Weelly Joarnal Deaotei lo the lateiests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Northern Neck and Rappahanaock Valley io General. aad the World at Large. Volume XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1909. NUMBEB 46. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokeis and Commission Merchaots For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDER1CK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. letabttaaed in 18U2. C. S. SCHERMERHORN A SON, Recelvers, Shippera, Dealera, CJltAIN, HAY, FEED8, LINSFEO MEAL, COTTON 8EE1> MRAL. BEST STONE LIME IN BABKELH. Alao Diatrlbutora of THE PURINA POULTRY FKEUH, 127 and 129 Cheapside, ??** *?-? str,Pt.) BALTIMORE, MD VIKUINIV LAWS CHtM P_JM|9 M 1 ? II. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WINDOW AND DOJR PRAMES, HA.RDWARE, PORCH AND STAIN WORK, PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. CLARK SASH & DOOR CORPORATION, FRANK T. CLARK, Pres. and Manager, Cor. Plume nnd Randolpll Sts., NORFOLK, = - VIRGINIA. THE HAWKS-MA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 August 1909

IMHilflM MilHJ TflliY IKntonnlat Irvfoaton P.O.aatd claaa matter.] > v. CITIZEN Pl BLISHINM CO. PUHi.iauKKa. S'jbscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE, Office Manager. All i oiuimmk-ation* or bualneaa letter* aliould Ix? addrvaaed to the Vikoinia Cmtai. Irvington, Va.. to reoeive prompt attentlon. Friday, August 13. lfMitl. QBEEN CORN IN I1ARYLAND. The greem oom editor ol the Baltimore Sun. wrilino from Hke .sixth story of tbe Sun bottding, and looJung out over tbe fields ol Anne Arundel, writes of Mnry land as the only plaoe where crreen cora "gro*etopei-fectkr_." All tbie bivnuse the noor fellow. pent np in mustv waDeofa Mary luml newepaper ofltee, never Rete a chance to trnvel. Had he l>een abroad be would never have made the mietake of nuttinj; Maryland corn above tlie Vir? ginia roae'n ear, whose succulent and jaicy excefleoce so far atope that Of any other State of the Lnion that oocetasted tbe fcrav eller is diseontented until he re? turns to tlie land whote c...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 August 1909

LOCAL MENTION. AU oo?tntiotcat'onn ahould h? addreaaod to tia ViHoiMiA Citixkm. Lrvmtcton.v*. F. A. Gunby spent Monday in Norfolk on buaineaa. Mis8 Ruth Willing is visiting friends in Portsmouth thia week. William Wise returned home from his work this week quite sick. Social Circle Monday night next at the home of Mrs. W. G. Dunton. Mra. M. J. Parron, of Essex county, is the gueat of Mrs. W. J. Newbill. Commisaioner Lee is looking after the Jamea river 8urvey this week. Myrton Towell, of Baltimore, is visit? ing his aunt, Mra. S. P. Simmons. Mias Pauline C. Long is on a week's viait to Mias Julia Palroer, at Saluda. Howard L. Creighton, of Burgesa Store, was here Wednesday and Thurs? day. _ After Saturday night (14th) the akating rink will be closed until Ueto ber lat. _ Clinton Bew is spending this week at hia parental home in King and Queen county. ?I. T. Rilee and family and Mrs. Judith A. Bonner spent Sunday with relatives at Urbanna. Sam Smith. of Washington, is at the home of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 August 1909

Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYB. BE A BOOSTER. Do not be a "knocker." lu tbe slege of Ladysmlth during tbe Koer war a clviltan waa tried by court uiartial aud ltuprlsoned because he dlscouraged tbe soldiers wbo were defeudlng tbe city. Tbe inun would go along tbe plcket line and aay dlsbeartening tblngs to tbe men on duty. He told tbem tbe city waa doonied. He acouted tbe sug gcstlou of relief. Tbe court uiartial did rtgbt to put blm lu priaon. At aucb a time no one abould be al lowed to wcaUen tbe bearts of men. It is a plty every community cannot put lt. prlson the tnau and woman who go about wlth gloomy facea and fore bodlnga of failure ever upon their llps. The knocker is n prophef < {^vll. He sees only tbe dark slde of every cloud. TeniiKTiimcntally he cannot for bear to throw cold water on gener ous enfhushism nnd to dumpen ardor. Ile throws over till things. iike a wet blanket, bis dovbta and questionlngs. The kiirn kor is a pesslmist. Inatend of trying to 11ft some ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 August 1909

irginto Weekly Journal Detoted to the Interests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Horthern Neck and Rappahannocl Valley in General, aad the World at Large. VOLUMB XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909. NUMBEB 47. 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. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. E?t*bltau?.l In 1S02. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, Recclvem, Hliipper*, Dealern, OUrVMlf. MAY, FKKD8, t,IN*HP.K*D MEAI, COTTON ?KKI? MRVL BKST HTON tt I.I*r1_ IN IIANKKLS. Also Dintrtbutors of THK riltlNA POUI-TUV PKF.OK. 127 and 129 Cheapside, t** **?* ***** BALTIMORE. MD. VIHUIMV li\WH (VillPUKII Wli'll. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WINDOW AND DOJ>R FRAIVtES, HAKDWARE, PORCH AND STAIN WORK, PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. CLARK SASH & DOOR CORPORATION, FRANK T. CLARK, Pres. and Manager, Cor. Plvime nnd Rnncio.pt* JSts., NORFOLK, . - VIRGIN...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 August 1909

lltf Virginia (SUiwu. i?i:m(hhatic wkkki.y. I KntiTt-Oat Irvinjrton P.O. aa 2d claaa matter.] ?A. CITIZEN PUBLlftHlM* CO. II III IMiHin. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance, W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All cuminunlcations or bualneas lettera bIkhiM Ih? Hililrciwd to tho Vihoima Citizen, IrviUaTton. Va.. to reoeive prompt atteutiou. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor: WILLIAM H. MANN. For Lieutenant-Governor: J. TAYLOR ELLYSON. For Attorney-General: SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS. For Commissioner of Agricuiture* GEO. W. KOINER. For Supt. Public Instruction: JOS. D. EGGLESTON. For Kouse of Delegates: I Lancaater and Ri< limond. 1 R. CARTER WELLFORD. 1 Northumberland and Wwtmoi?-land.! T. AUGUSTUS JETT. Frliltty. * aigtlKt 30. 1DOD. AnovK weftive the list of Dem ocratie nomuiees to be voted for on November Meond, The Crn _en feele gratifted that it shouhl have picked all l?ut ono of theae wiimt'i-s in the late priiuarv. It will. as usual. support the iiomi neei with all its power and within de...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 August 1909

LOCAL MENTION. AllooinmunlcationBahould Ih> addrt-aaed to ?Sk> ViRuiKii viTiXEN. Irvuiarton.Va. J. T. Rilee waa in Baltimore the pnst week. _ Mrs. Frank King is visiting relatives in North Carolina. F. G. Newbill attended Esaex court Monday and Tuesday. J. R. Sadler, of Weems, was visiting relatives here Sunday. Herman R. Smith, of Hampton, is visiting home folks here. Mrs. Joe James is visiting relatives at Ottoman and Molusk this week. James Riggin, of Baltimore, is visit? ing his father, Capt. C. B. Riggin. O. H. Sherman of steamer Lancaster ia spending a while here with his wife. Miss B. Blanche Jones, of Urbanna, ia spending a week with Mrs. W. McD. Lee. _ Miss Flossie Thomas left Monday to visit relatives in Washington and other cities. _ Among the sick. slightly improved. are E. T. George"s little daughter Margaret. _ Welford Garner, of steamer Potomac, is spending a few days at his jwtrental home here. Mrs. T. J. Dix is spending this week at Ottoman and Molusk, visitin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 August 1909

FIRST PUMK CARDS They Seem to Have Sprung From the Naibis of the Saracens. INVENTION OF A VENETIAK. The Evidence Appeart to Prova That Games With Cards Originated To* ward tha End of tht Fourtaanth Can* tury?The Card* of Charloa VI. The earllest direct mentloa of play ing cards dlscovered so far la ln tbo "History of the City of Vlterbo," says tlie New York Telegraph. The autbor quotes Covelluxzo. wbo wrote about tbe eud of tbe flfteentb century. "ln the year of 1379 waa brought lnto Vlterbo tbe game of cards, wblch come* from tbe couutry of the Sara cens and la wltb tbetu called ualb." It Is worthy of rernark that Covel luxzo did not write at tbat date he menlloned. but n centnry later. ln 14S0, and It ls qulte possible tbat he may have been mistaken ln attrlbut U'.fz tbe cards to Snraeenie orlgin or may have simply been quoting a popu lar trndition. The Saracena were fa mlllar wltb nuibis. the prodecessor of cards. but tb'>y did uot lnvent tbe gnme of cards, of which naibis wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 August 1909

mftm Weekly Jonrnal Detoted 10 the loterests of Lancasier County in Particulat; the Notthttn Nech anti Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large. Volume XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, AUGUST 27, 190i). NUMBEB 48. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AiMD MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHAIMDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MEIMHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALT1M0RE, MD. K-tahllshjd tn 1SU3. C. S. SCHERMERHORN &, SONf Receivere, Sbippert, Dealera. OIIAIN. HAY, FKED8, LINSKKD MKAI,, COTTON ?KK1> MRAIi. I1KST STONK 1,1 M K 1N ItAttltRI.M. Also Distrlbutora of THK PUK1NA POULTKY FI'KlkH. 127 and 129 Cheapside, <?<"?? *** ****.) RllTlidORE, MD. vi?i;im v L4.WN (-<?m im.i ?!? ?l i ?ii. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WINDOW AND DOJR FRAMES, HARDWARE, PORCHAND STAIN WORK, PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. CLARK SASH & DOQR CORPORATION, FRANK T. CLARK, Pres. and Manager, Cor. Plume and R?nciolpti e>ts....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 August 1909

ttf Virginia ftffigf a. im:m(khatic wf.kki.y. IKiitrrtnlat Irvimtton P.O.asSd clasamatttr.] Ta. citizen pi hi.ishinw CO. I'MMIMIHtv Subscription: $1.00a year, in advance, W U. ROWE. Oppicb Manaob*. All coinmunicntiona or buaineas letter. Bheulil be HtUlressed to the V u<<;t m a Citizcn, IrviiiKUni. Va.. to receive prompt attrntlon. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor: WILLIAM H. MANN. For Lieutenant-Govemor: J. TAYLOR ELLYSON. For Attorney-General: samuel w. williams. Secretary of Commomvealth: D. Q. BGOLBSTON. Trcasurcr: a. w. hakman, jr. For Commissioncr of Agriculture: GBO. W. KOINER. For Supt. Public Instruction: JOS. I). EGGLESTON. For Housc of Delegates: U-ancaster and Kichmond.] R. CARTER WELLFORD. LNortlmmU-rlancI and Wextmoreland. 1 T. augustus jett. a-:-. PrlaUaj. >ugusf i>7, lf?os?. POR OUR DRUMMER& We have it fromeeveral friends (and aredaim manyauch) among the traveting fraternity that some drnmmera arho aie oar political. ifnot peisonal.ennni.s. charge that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 August 1909

UJCAL MKNTION. All coamiiiitoAtinnniihoultl be sM*?S|JSl to tie Vikhima Jitizcn. !rvnik*tun.V?. *The date on the label of your paper shows the time to which your subscrip tion is paid, and is a receipt for an am mount paid. See that it is correct. Archie Kirkmyer is in Norfolk thia week. _ F. G. Newbill is in Richmond on business. Miss Pauline C. Long left yesterday for a month in Ohio. T. W. Croxton was in Norfolk thia week visiting friends. Farnham Academy, 17th annual ses aion begina September 20. See ad. Miss Olive Brooks, of Portsmouth, Va., was visiting Miss Pauline Long this week. _ Fred Kirkmyer of Baltimore spent a few days the paat week at his parental home here. Mrs, W. K. Lee. who has been visit? ing Mrs. Chas. Palmer, of Fleeton. has returned home. Mrs. W. IL Davidson and son, of Cambridge, Md., are at the home of Capt. W. L. Messick. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jett and three children, after a short stay here, have left for King George. Miss Agnes .lames was guest of Miss Funn...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 August 1909

HearttoHcart Talks. By EDW1N A. NYB. A L1V1NG SA1NT. A living aalnt la as niueh a better aaiut than a dead salut as life la bet? ter than death. Sttal Sopuie Wright of Xew Orieana ia a liviug satnt?"SL Sopbie" they call her. You SFOSBSB who thlnk your lot la liard. who feel that you have uo ehauce ti? do thlngs that are worth whlle - l.isten to the slory of St. Sopbie. Miss Wiigbt was born with a spe cles of hip disease that has uiade her a crlpple for life. Every step she takea ia torture, aud altbough she la a young womua lu years her sufferlnga have turnt'd her hair suow white. Her parents were poor and barely were uhle t<> support her through higb sehool. A life cripple. poor, without friends, how etuld she earu a llving suluthood? She bSSJSS tSSCMSSJ school. That was twenty-llve years ago when sueh a ihing as a uight school was unknown lu New Orleans. One night a yuting ruaii. a atranded clrcus ncrobat, caiue to her aud aald he eould get a good Job if only he eould r?-:a?...

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