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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 3 September 1909

xrmttia Weeily Journal Devoted to ihe Interests of lancastei County in Particular; the NoHhtrn Wecfc and Rappahannock Valley in General, aod the World at large. VOLUME XVIII. IRVTNGTON, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1909. NUMBEB 49. CHAS. M. STRUVEN ,& CO., STEAMSHIP, FAO+ORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOl>:SAL? QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Srokers and Connriisslan Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICa STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. KaatablfelMal ln l8a_L C. Sa SCHERMERHORN <ft SON, Jtccclvera, S'uppera, Dealers t.KVIN. HAY, PREDS, LlH*fC*tf) ME\L, COTTOX SKKD MB.\L BK8T STON K LtMfS IN HAKKKLS. Alao DiMriluttnri of THK I'UKINA POULTItY rKKOs, 127 anJ 129 Cheapside, <?**** **5 **~t.i rutikIORE, MD. VIKietHI v LWVS U?**|i?M v.n w i ? h. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WINDOW AND DOJR FRANIES. HARD WARE. PORCH'AND STAIN WORK, PAINTS, OILvS AND GLASS. CLARK SASH & DOOR CORPORATION, FRANK T. CLARK, Pres. nnd Manager, C...

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

DKMOX'HATIC WKKKLY. LKnteredat Ir\ niatoii P.O.aaSd claaa matter.] V v. CITIZEN I'l BI.ISIUNU CO. fUBLIMHEKH. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All cotnmunicHtions or tuismc-s letter* shoulil t>e ad.l reased tothe Vimuima I'ri i/.KN, Irviiig-t.iii, Va.. to reoeive proni|it nttcntum. DEMOCRATIC JICKET. For Governor: WILLIAM H. MANN. For Lieutenant-Governor: .1. TAYLOR ELLYSON. For Attorney-Gcncral: SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS. Secretary of Commonwealth: I). Q. EGGLESTON. Treasurer: A. w. harman, jr. For Commissioner of Agriculture: GEO. W. KOINER. For Supt. Public Instruction: JOS. D. EGGLESTON. For House of Delegates: fl?ncn.-.trr and Richmond.1 R. CARTER WELLFORD. iNorthumborland and Wwtmoraland.] T. AUGUSTUS JETT. Friday, August 27, ltttM). FARMS TOO LARGE. Iheeditorial in the Richmond Times-Dispateh on the depopula tiou ol \ irginiaaod thestaraing ?tatemenl that the Btatehai lost since liioo no mrn than 387,000 of iiHpopulation, sets that paper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 3 September 1909

LOCAL, MENTION. A11 < ommunio*. ion? should Ih? aJ<l . t le Vihoini A ClTirtK. lrvtni.ton.Ya. Misa Har.na Dix is visiting relatives at White Stone. Miss Edith Messick is visiting in Bal? timore thia week. Lucy Robinson, of Lancaster, is visit? ing her cousin, Annie James. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at the home of Mrs. W. J. Newbill. Clyde Claxke, of Lively. is this week plastering E. W. Meekins' new house. Among the recent sick, now improv ed are: Miss Ruby Smith, Mrs. Sallie Willing, _ Miss Carrie B. Reynolds, of Bertraikl, is spending this week with Miss Sadie Sanders. _ Rev. C. L. Jackson, of Philadelphia, spent Monday and Tuesday with Capt. S. P. Simmons. _ Archie Beane. of the Courthouse, was viaiting Wallace Smith and William Haynie the past week. Misses Grace and Rubenette Lee are spending a few days this week wilh Miss Mae Branch, at Smithiield, Va. Miss Mary Mitchell left Saturday night for Durham, N. C, where she will attend school again this sessio...

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

Heart to Heart Talks By EDWIN A. NYE. A WARNING TO MOTHERS. The slaying of Elsle Sigel, city mis? sionary ln New York, by a Chlnaman has lilletl the newspaper* wlth its horrid detalls during the last month. The ruoral generally drawu from the dopL.ral.lo tragedy was that young jcirls should not be permitted to come in personal contact wlth indlvidual Cmememe in the effort to "Christian izt'"' the foreigners. Whleh |s true. Tlie luduence of the average orlental over the average girl ls strouger than her lntluence over him. POOT Elsie Sigel! The mother did not understand lnto what noril she put her flesh and blood when she allowed her daughter to go lnto the tslums day and night and un atteuded. The slricority of the mother's bellef In Klsie's mission is small coinfort now that she npprcelates her negleet of the Clrl However? The warnlng comes to all mothers. There are perils to lnnocent glrls other than "the yellow peril." It ls not from foreigners alone that ?aogkten eeei te he prot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 10 September 1909

iroittin Weekly Jcurnal Devoted to the Intetests of Lancastet County in Patticulat; the Northern Neck and flappahannock Valley in General, and the World at laree VOLUME XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1909. NUMBEB 50. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHIIMISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FRBDBRICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. E->tnbll8ut:<i to 18(12. C. S. SCHERMERHORN <fc SON, Rccelvera, Sbippura, Dealers, OKAIN. HAY, FEED8, LINSF.F.O MF,\I, COTTOV SER1> MEAL. BEST 8TONF, L1MMB IN HARKKLS. Also Diutrlbutora of THK PUK1NA POULTRY PKKDH, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <????? *?* **~*?> BALTIMORE, MD. VIRGINI V l.\WS 0.'t!Sj PLI KH Wirii. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WINDOW AND DOJR FRA.MES, HA.BDWARE. PORCH AND STAIN WORK, PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. CLARK SASH & DOOR CORPORATION, PR AN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 10 September 1909

9k* Virginia 6iti2*?. 1)KM(XKATIC WKKKI.Y. IKntertxlat Irvin*toti P.O.aaftl claaamatter.] Va. CITIZEN PUBLlSHINtf CO. ?I'fiiMlKKo. Subscription: $1.00 s year. in advsnce. W. R. ROWE. Office Manager. All cummunications or business lettvrs ahmilt" bvMUUrvaseU to the Vikoinia Citizkn, Irviuatou. Va..to njceive prompt atteotlon. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor: W1LLIAM H. MANN. For LieutenantGovernor: J. TAYLOR ELLYSON. For AttorneyGeneral: SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS. Sccretary of Commonwealth: i>. q. eggleston! Treasurer: A. W. HARMAN, JR. For Commissioner of Agriculture: geo. w. koiner. For Supt. Public instruction: JOS. D. EGGLESTON. For House of Delegates: I I-incaster and Uiohm.m.l. 1 R. CARTER WELLFORD. LNurthumbcrland and Westmoroland.l T. AUGUSTUS JETT. Frlriny, Septemher lO, l?Ott GREAT DOING& Within the last \\?>ek ereat do lags went on in, aboveand on land and water. September 1st Dr. Oook nnnonneed that he had dis c >vetvd the North Pole ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 10 September 1909

LOCAL MENTION. All ootomonloattuDo abuuld beadilr^aaod to me Via iimia Jitizbn. Irviutrtun.va. E. W. Long was in Baltimore this week. _ Mrs. Frank King is spending this week in Norfolk. F. G. Newbill is in Essex this week on professional duties. Mrs. C. L. Rogers, of Millenbeck, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ellen Jett. Miss Fannie blakemore, of Ottoman, is guest of Miss Eloise Towill this week. H. O. and L. T. Rock spent Sunday and Monday in Norfolk. Harry Stoneham, of Molusk, is clerk ing for J. W. Pitman. near here. Hon. J. Boyd Sears, of Mathews, was here Wednesday on legal business. Mrs. R. S. Mitchell has been laid up aeyeral days with a sprained ankle. Edwin James aud William Haynie an* spending a few days in Ashland this week. _ Mrs. E. W. Meekins and Miss LsSjB Meekins are visiting in lower Laneas ter this week. _ Sarah Uyke has returned to her home' here after spending several months in Essex county. _ C. B. Riggin has been housed and un able to walk for some i ittu* from S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 10 September 1909

Kea.rUoIIea.rt Talks. By EDW1N A. NYB. WHAT IS YOUR. LIFE WORTH? Young inan. what are you worth? If you sbould dle. bow much would the world lose by your death? Of easjBM If you sbould dle the com niunity would deplore the death of 'a BSSSBfcjftSg young man." "the hope of his friends," etc. I do not meau this sort of loss. How much ls your life worth ln esskl Experts have flgured lt all out. Ar cordlug to statlstlca. the life of a labor Ing mau who earns an average wage of 9LB0 j>er day at the age of thlrty? that ls, when n laborer ls most valu able? la worth the sum of $3,217.03. That ls to say. when n Inhorlug man dles at the itjre of thlrty years aoelety loses $3.217 0.?. of Its eeonomtc capltal. Tbe proaVsaaossI man or the apeclal 1st. however. is most SSSCSl nt the aue of forty jSSfS. When a man who ls equlpped to aervu the world in those llnea dlen at the a?*e of forty the loss to aodety la grenter. Aeeordlng to the eatlmate. there ls an economlc losa of $13,207.48....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 17 September 1909

*t?ttt*?t Weekiy Journal Devoted to the literests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Ncr:hern Neck and Rappatiaanock Valley io General, and the World at Large. Volumb XVIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1909. NUMBEB 51. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLSSALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. Brokers and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDBR1CK STRKET., BALTIMORE, HD. C. S. 8CHERMERHORN &, SON, Kw.clvers, BMppwa, Hcalers, UKAIN, HAY, FREDS, LINSKKI) Ml'M, COTTON MKKI> MEIL BE8T HTOM', L.IMU IN li AH KKI.H. A1b<) DUlrlbutora of THK PUItlNA I'OULTKY KKEDg, 127 and 129 Cheapside, <*???? *-" ****** 8IITIH0RE, MD. MK'JIM V l,\WH (VDirUKI) \\| II. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WINDOW AND DOJR FRAMES, HARDWARE, PORCH AND STAIN WORK, PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. CLARK SASH & DOOR CORPORATION, PR ANK T. CLARK, Pres. and Manager, Cor. l-Murno .Miicl R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 17 September 1909

?b* Virginia (Sitiarn. DKMIKKATIC WhV.KbY. lEuUn.lat Irvlnicton P.O.aaSd claas matter.] TA. t IM/rN PLBLIHHINtt CO. niiiiMiniv SuBscRirnoN: $1.00 a year, in advance, W. R. KOWE. Officb Managkjl .v.AU> ,?oni?n?inleationa or buainesa lettera ahould i.e HddifMHil tothe Vihoinia (iti/kn. ir\ lutftoii. > a.. to recelve prompt atteutiou. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor. WII.LIAM H. MANN. For Lieutenant-Governor: J. TAYLOR ELLYSON. For Attorney-General: SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS. Secretary of Commonwcalth: D. Q. EGGLESTON. Trcasurcr: A. W. HARMAN, JR. For Commissioner of A^riculture: GBO. W. KOINER. For Supt. Public Instruction: .IOS. I). EGGLESTON. For Housc of Delegates: fLancaster and Kichmoml. 1 R. CARTER WELLFORD. [Northumtx-rland and We?trnorvland.l ? T. AUGUSTUS JETT. Frldny. Srptember 17, IWOl). BEPTElffBER Ancl ihis is Septeaibftr, the s.v.tith nionth oi* the Uomans. the niiith with ns. they fixintf, With ;i good show of reason, the y.ar as brtrinning with Spring. l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 17 September 1909

LOUAL MENTION. AUoosnosunlcslionasUou'id beaddreased to 110 v lSvJiNia. Jrrraaa. Irvmirton.Va. Social Circle Monday ni^ht at the home of Mrs. A. J. Harailton. Mrs. John R. Davis left Monday for a tbree weeks' visit in Washington. Harry Burke, of Fredericksburg, is visiting his brotber, Lewis Burke. Chas. McGuire, of Northumberland, is guest at the parsonage this week. Mias Tottie Dameron, of Weema, was guest of Miss Nell Ford the past week. Miss Huzel LaWrence. of Portsmouth, is the guest of Miss Sadie Ashburn this week. _ Miss Agues James is on a week's visit to her aunt, Miss Kate George. at Bertrand. . Vv\ W. Broadus recently bought from James Haydon the John Dyke home and moved to it._ Purnell Saunders and Ilenry Mills, of Millenbeck, apent Sunday at the home of O. W. Sanders. Miss Myrtle V. Brewington left last Saturday for Portsmouth U> visit Miss Bertha I'-hristian. Miss Hazel Shackelford, of Ports? mouth, is spending this wt-ek with Miss Ruth Willing. MissEfTie Ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 17 September 1909

HearttoHeart Talks, By EDW1N A. NYB. BANISH THE HOUSKFLY. Do you reinember the patbetlc poeir. "Ihe Splder and the Fiy" contalned 1n the old school renders? You will, tben, reinember bow youi cblldisb syiupathiea were aroused lu behalf of the |?oor llttle fly that came by cordlal invltutiou tnto tbe parloi of tbe splder and was kllled. That |x>ein was wrltten In a dn> when tbe tly wiis populnrly regarded as an nnnoying but harraless Insect. It was not then generally knowu that the common houserly ia the nlthlest of all vertnlu. By comparlson the splder Is n bene factor. He ents flies. The fly Is bOCBj In fllth. nnd his whnle hlstory and lmblt nre of tbe slumn. Bc fore be was a fly he was a mnggof. He batchos wliere fllthajperms hlde. He is n dlrty llttle beast. The only tollet bc nnikes Is tbnt by rubblng bls Iors over bis body, scraplng off gerins of typbold nnd other dlsenses. so thnt whntever iiny parf of hhn touches thnt spot Is infected. One may have the v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 September 1909

%t$mm VOLUME XVIII. Weally Journal Detotad to tha Inteiests cf Lancaster County in Patticulai; the hontiem Kecli and Rappahannock lalley in General, and tha World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1909. NtJMBEB 52. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND ' SHIP CHANDLERS. Braksrs and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FREDERICK STREET., BALTIMORE, MD. E<*tHt!lUhc.t ln 1802. C. S. SCHERMERHORN &. SON, Kccelvere, BklppaffS, Dealera, UtiAlN. I1A.Y, PKIIDS, ilKHfettO MR\L, HOTTON HKKlv Mi;VI,. BK8T STONK M M K IN HAHKKI.N. Also Diatrlbulors of THK PUltlNA POUliTUY KKKII8, 127 and 129 Cheapside, i??* ***** *??*? PUTI^SORE, MD. \ 1 tt'il N I V b\WS iViMIM.I^b **. | II. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WINDOW AND DOJR FRAMES, HA.HDWARE, PORCH AND STAIN WORK, PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. CLARK SASH & DOOR CORPORATION, FRANK T. CLARK, Pres. and Manag^r, Cor. s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 September 1909

SJhr ^irainia ftiiixra.' IWriaWM.ll ATU * M KKK 1. V. IKnu-rvdat Irvinaton P.O.aaSd claaamatter.] YA. C1TIZEN PUBLlSHINtf CO. IIUIMIIIO. Si hsokiption: $1.00a year, in advance. W. R. ROWE. Office Managkr. All lornmunlcationa or ouaineaa lvttera aliould tK>ad.lrt*.H8vd totho VihoiniaCiti/.k.n, Irvinaton, \ a.. to receive prompt attentlon. Frlilay, Septcmber 1?4. MMitt DEATB <)r QOV. JOHN8GN John A. Jofanatnt, Govetnor of. Minneeota, is dead. This eoan trv has n<> sui'h BurpliM of great ' menastobe able to spare one o? the laeasure ofGovernorJohn-l Bot., and his death is a difttinct loes not only to tho Demoeraticj party bul to thecountry ae well. A.I the age oi t welve yean John son left school, becomiag (he real! head of the family. taking a placeina pnatiag ofDee, carry ing hjaj uaurniags to his roother and spending his nights instudy. It:ij?i<llv hecameinto public no tice, ;iik1 when, in 1904, he heaid th.u there was teik of n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 September 1909

LOCAL MENTION. AUootamuDloatlonaahould b**ddrvaaed to t w * lKMNta Jitizew. Irvinvton.Va. E. F. Thompson is in Baltimore this week. H. B. Boughton is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. McD. Lee. Mrs. J. W. Haydon left Monday for Baltimore and New York. Capt. W. L. Messick was in Norfolk the past week on bustness. F. W. Gunby was in Norfolk, Cris field and Baltimore this week. Among the recent sick, now improved, are: Lilliun Tull, Capt. Geo. T. Lokey. Dr. J. B. Hodgkin spent from Sat urday until Monday with friends in Ur banna. Miss Mary Lokey returned Tuesday from a three weeks' visit to friends at Sharps. _ Capt. Lee Simmons has given several launch rides on Mail boat "Mary', dur? ing the past week. Chas. Callis was home several davs the past week while poa.ee boat was umlergoing repairs here. Mn. Lewis llurke and little daughter spent from Saturday until Monday with relatives in losjyajt Laneaster. Capt. Willard D. Newbill, U. S. A. of New York. arrived Wednesday to spend a 31) day fur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 September 1909

D I Explorer's Own Account of His Wonderfu! and Suc ccssful Dash to tbe Pole. A Story That ls as Fas cinating as if Taken From the "Arabian Nights." j? Copyrijht. 1900. by the New York Tlmai Company. BATTLF. 11AKBOH. Ijibrador (via Maivoni wireless. Cape Itaj, N. F.?. Sept. 9. ? The ataamaaac Koosevelt. bfAriadj the liorth polar t'X]M>tlltloa of tho Peary An- I ilc eluh. parted .ompany with the Krik Utld SteaiUed ollt of Baatll Ford hlte lll the afternoon of Au*. is. 1998, settiiig the usumi catMfaa larCepe Sabine. We hitl 011 board '*? Kskimo uieu, 17 wom? en aud hi chtldrea, j-_?<{ Aaca HIUj j,,(UJH lolty <Hl?l W.lltUs. We eiieoutitered tlie lee I short dis taiu-e Hoiu tlie iixtutli of itic hurbor. but it was ii.n i iost'ly paehed aai was UeKotiated l.y I lu- ItooaajTSlI wilhout serioiis tlitllt tilty. As we m nred Capt' Babtaa tBc weather eleaied sinnowimt,' and are paased irluoe bf Three Voort tslaud aud Cape Sahine. easily nuiklns: : ?&g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 October 1909

iT0tnx<t /?itf ? X. ? ^ Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of Laneaster County in Particular; the KoriLhui. Rfcck and Rappahar^iocti Valley in General, and the World at Large. VOLUME XIX IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1909. NUMBEB !. CHAS. M. STRUVEN & CO., STEAMSHIP, FACTORY AMO MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES. WHOL^SALE QROCERS AND SHIP CHAr4DLERS. 8rckets and Commission Merchants For MENHADEN FISH SCRAP AND FISH OIL. 114 S. FUEDBSMCK STRKET.. BALTIMORE, MD. B?| tbltslu-il lu \*K2. C. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON, HocelviTB, Bhippw, Dealera. C1UAIN. IIAY, FKKOb, LINSFKI) Mr]\l, OOTTON HKKH KB4L. BKST BTONK 1.UIK IN IIAUKKl.ri. Alao Diatrltkuteta ef fHR PUK1NA Pdll.TltY VfMeDR, 127 and 129 Cheapside, (*??* ***** &i?w BUTIUORE. MD. Vllt<?IM \ fa4..f/A H'tMPl.1 ?*!? V| II. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, WINOOW AND DOJR FRAMES, fliHDWARE, PORCL? AND STAIN WORK, PAINTS, OIJL.S AND GLASS. CLARK SASH & DOOR CORPORATION, FRANK T. ...

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

JLht Virginia tDituta. 1)KM(KHATI(" WKWKI.Y. I Kntorrdat Irviiia-ton I'.O.aaSd claaa matter.] VA. CITIZEN l'l IM1MIIM, CO. PUBLISHKBH. Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advanee W. R. ROWE. Okfice Manager. All communicationa or tmaineas lcttt-m ahould bc aridivaiM-d to the ViaotKt* t'lri/iKN. Irviitaton. Va..to rtx-eive protnpt utteiit 1011. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor: WII.LIAM H. MANN. For Lieutenant-Governor: J. TAYLOR ELLYSON. For Attorney-Gcneral: SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS. Secretary of Commonwcalth: P. g. EGGLESTON. Treasurcr: A. W. HARMAN, JR. For Commissioner of Agricuiture: GEO. W. KOINER. For Supt. Public Instruction: JOS. D. EGGLESTON. For House of Delegates: [laneaster and Richmond. 1 R. CARTER WELLFORD. [Northumberland and Weatmoreland.] T. AUGUSTUS JETT. Friday, Otit.bcr 1, lOott REMINI8CENT? IUKTHDAVS. Tho wise man or whiuhii in de cliniiuj; years will refuse to reuii nisee very niucli. The hnppiest friend ara ever knew made it a poliev never To go baek over a yeartn anj ivt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 October 1909

ijPCAL MEHSTT1QN. All oomnuDlcai*onssuouM braddraaaod to tas VtaoiaiA yJiTizzx. lrvicurtun.Va. - J8* BaTThe datc on the lubel of your paper shows the time to which your subacrip tion is paid, and is a receipt for an am mount paid. See that it is correct. Miss Alice Croxton is indisposed. F. G. Newbill is in Essex on businesa this week. _ Mrs. E. W. Meekins is in Baltimore this week. _ J. A. George was in Baltinjere last week on businesa. Aid Society tonight (Friday) at home of Mrs. E. W. Long. Postmaster Willing was in Baltimore on businesa this week. Sam'l W. Smith was in Baltimore and Washington this week. Capt. W. L. Messick and B. L. Sirn mons were in Norfolk this week. Wade Croxton left Monday to raaump his studies at Richmond coilege. Harry Broadus and Robt. Gallagher. of Warsaw, are visiting W. W. Broadus. Mrs. Irving Messick left Monday for Fredericksburg to visit Mrs. A. P. Rowe. _ Mrs. Emeline Rolls nnd sister visited their brother near Kilmarnock last week. _ Griff Garner...

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

HearttoHe&rt T&lks. ? By EDWIN A. NYB. JOHN CALVIN. Geoeva. tbe clty or bls activltles. ha* been celebrating tbe four bundredtb annlversary of tbe btrtb of Jobu Cal vln. "Wby, Jobn Calviu burned Servetus at tbe stake," says aome one. "Wby should unybody make a fuss over bla uienit ?ry 7" Wblcb indictmeut ls good. Nevertbeless tbe hard beaded tbeo loKiau of tbe reformatlon waa a con siderable force for rlghteousness ln bls day. He bnd a great braln and a will like burdeued steel. He made |>eople bebave tbemselves. even if be had to roast tbem. Many of tbem ntnnled roasting. BigotedV Intolerant | Ycs. be was la>tb. but he llved ln the aue <>f bigotry nnd intoleranee. aa well ns siiix-rstitioii und wide Ignorance. He lived a numbor of years before our futhers burned- the wltches In Massachusetts. Calviu llterally crusbed tbe people of Gencvn luto a decency to wblcb Ihcf bnd been unaccustomed. He went too far ln bls cru...

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