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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 January 1902

irgittia VOLUMB XI. I Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of lancaster County in Particular; the Honhero Necfc and Bappahannock Valley in Gsneral, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902. NUMBEB 16. SPST5N PURSE SEINES lORd !NFT? AND POUNDS. 511 7 * The use of Lord's Netting is stead ily iocreasing in the Uhesapeake ? Bay fisheries. Write for prices and careful estimates. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MISS. mjSL!^ FRANK D. WATKINS &C0., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., F" BIJILIDIJtfG MATERIAL. SASH, FRAMES, HAND RA1XR, DOORS, MANTELS, 8AWED and BLIND8, MOULDING8, TURNED WORK,etc. ALL K1XDS at LOW PRICES. ODD WORK made PiiOMPTLY. a..,,..,. An-u carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RHODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES. UOODYEAR ULOVE COMPANT'S GOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil ClothiDg, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, |P?[1 i Hardware> Doors, jgjjj|p| M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 January 1902

$hc ^itrjima Citi^etu DKMOt'RATIC WFF.RLY. TERMS: $1.00 per year in advanca. W. IcUONiLD LEE. EDITOR. ADVEBTISING RATES. 8m. |6m. | lyr. 60 ct*. p*'r >ncb each Iiim r'n.or 4.001 fluOQ MlM 2 ];u-liv?. .. m |.i B !-,,, 3 4 " 6 ? * " I8.U 13 " X column. l column (8a lael 40.w,au.u? hxvju IWsSpor cent.additlonal forapecial posftfcMa. Noticea lc reading columns, IU centa per nonpareil line. Obltuariea, reilgious notioea of i>ntprtaln mtenta.cac-uraion.M,, ir.,ou,>-h!iIf n.-Kular ratoa. All commumcations or Hisinom ?hould beaddreasod to tlu> Vik.mm1 Citukbx, IrviuRton. Vaw, to rvceivo proiuj Friday, January 114, 1U012. THAT FISH BILL. When fish or oyster hgiblutiou is np it is to the Tidewater people like sbaking the gory-hiud eloth in the face of the boviue male, and the up country ntemWr jnmps into the fracas because he has nothing to lose and much togain (so he thiuks) in the eyes of his constituency. We have seen these statesmen tbrough year...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 January 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMEMTS. MBTHODI8T. Kav. C. R. jAaas, Pastor. Irvlngton. Plrat and Third Sunday*. 11 A. M.; Second aad Fourth Sunday nlghts; Prayar MeeUog Wedneaday nlarhte. White Stone. Plrat and Third Sunday*. 3 F. N.; Seoond and Pourth Sundays. 11 A. M. Fleet's Isiand. Beoond Sunday, 8 P. M.; Third Sunday night. Poplar Neck, Pourth Sunday. 8 P. M. Rbv. R. K. Bknti.cy. Pastor. White Mareh. Flrst Sunday, 11 A. M.; Third Sunday, 8 P. M. Hehuboth, Flrst Sunday, 8 P. M.; Third Sua day, 11 A. M. Bluff Polnt. Firat Sunday, 7:30 P. M.; Flfth Sunday, 11 A. M.; Bdaely, Secou.i Sunday, u A. M.; Fuurth Sun? day, 8 P. M. Bethel. Seoond Sunday, 3 P. M.; Fuurth Sun? day. 11 A. M. BAPTIST. Rarv. r. W. Clatbroor, Paator. Irvlngton, Seoond and Pourth Sunday*. 3:80 P. M.; Flret and Third Sundays. 8 P. M.; (Preeohing or Prayer meeting). wicomlco, Flrst and ThlrdSundays.il A.M. Kllmarnock, Second and Fourth Sundays, 11 A.M. Bluff Polnt Cbapel. Fourth Sunday 7:30 P.M. Bav. U. V. Uradlkt, Paator. White ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 24 January 1902

I Washiwqtox, Jan. 19.?ln tbla dls course Dr. Tulmape makes pruetienl use of an occurrenee in tbe orlent which haa aeldoui nttraeted particular attentlon; text. II Kings vl, 6, "Tbe Iron did swiru." A theologicnl seminary in tbe valley of palms, near the river Joruin, had become so ixipular in the time of Ellaha, tbe prophct, tbat more aecom modatlons were aaaded for tbe stu? dents. Tbe elassroorus nnd the d'>r mitories must be cnlargc-d or an en tlrely new building constructed. Whnt ?will they ?V>i wm they aaai up to Jerusnlem nud solicit contributlons for this nndertnking? Will th<\\ send out agents to raisc the monoy for a new tbeological semiuary? lluving ra'sed the money. will they send for cedars of I.obanon and marble from tho quar ries where Ahab irot the stone for the pillara and walla of his palaral No; tbe students pcayuaa to bulld it them? selves. They an re rofsed boys, who had been brought up iu the country nud who had never been wcuken...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 31 January 1902

tt^inm ttvftcn I Weefcly Joiimal Devcled lo ihe Imeiesls of lancasier County in Particnlar;_llte Kcnfccni Wec8t and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large. _IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, ?BIDAT, JANUABY 31, 1902. VnMni?D 1 7 VOLUMB XI. lORb PURSE SEINES: AND POUNDS. NET5 Tbe uee of Lord'a Netting is stead ily increasing in the (Jhesapeake I3ay fisheries. Write for prices and careful estioaates. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON. MASS. WHY NOT TRY r?r FRANK D. WATKIKS & C0? 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD? BXJILDI3STO MATERIAL. 8A8II, FKAMES, HAND KAII.s, ?OORS, MANTEL8, SAYVKD and BLIXD8, MOULD1NGS, TURNED WORK.etC. ALL KINDS at LOW PRICES. ODD WORK made PROMPTLY Soathera Ageats Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RHODE ISLAND AND BAY 8TATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES, UOODYEAR ?LOYE COMPANY'S (JOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA ZZ^ Sash, Doors, Blinds, J Hardware, 1 Mantels, Q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 31 January 1902

fthf-Yugima <?\tmiL OBMOCRATIC WEERLY. TERMS: $1.00 per year in advance. W. MeDONALD LEE, ElHTOR. ADVERTIS1NO RATK3. 3m. :*fls. ; lyr. l> cta. p*?r lnch each inscr'n. or 4.0"' ?.a> . iichea, B.uo io.??' USI * *.ooii.?i go.oo ? y n ?!.?! ;?.ui I) " 4-,.t?. ? " * cohitri'i. 1 volmmi Citf inoh< ' I'.O.OD tVzSpercent.addUkMMl rorapccia! position. Notlce* in roadlmr oolumn?, 10 ccnts per uonparoil llne. Obltuarioe. reliaMoua noficc?? of rntertain n?*nta. cxcuraienc. otc.ouc -balf ri-gular ratcs All coihraumcatians or l>u?tat** leit.-i Ihould bf addrose>cd to tho ViK??rNi \ Citizen, IrvloKton. Va.?to reoeivo prompt uacniioii. Frlday, Jauuary 31, U?Oi:. ^v^^^B^B^Baaaa^K^aB^BaBa^a^B^B^Baaaa^^a^a^a^a^Baaaaaaaaaa^a^aa^^B^aa^Bw VERILY, TUESE TH1NOS ARE SO Tbe newspapcrs get tired and sick of bciog tmportuned to keep tiiin^s out The reporters get discouraged, aud the newsp per readers,hearing of s< incUiinu which ougbt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 31 January 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODI8T. Kav. C. K. Jambk, Paaior. trrlngron, Flrat and Thlrd Sundaya. 11 A. M., Seeood and Fourth Surdav rtlghta; - ? ' J'rajrer Mcttnir Wodncoday riijrht*. White Stone. FtrtJt and Thlrd Sunday 9,-l p. M.; Seoond and Fomth Sundaya. !t A.M. Heot** la'.and. Beooad Sunday. 3 F, M.; Thlrd Sunday nlg-ht. Poplar Noek, Fourth Sunday. 8 P. M. Rar. K. K. BrKTi.xr. Paator. Whlto Mamh. Firat Sunday, 11 A. M.; Thlrd Sunday. 8 P. M. Rfhoboih. Klrst Sunday, 8 P. M.; Thlrd Sun? day. 11 A. M* BlulT Polot. Firal Sunday. 7:30 P. M.- Flfth Sunday. 11 A. M.. Bdjrt'ly. Seoond Sunday, 11 A. M.; Fourth Sun? day, s P. M. Hethvi. Second Sunday. 8 P. M.; Fourth Sun? day, 11 A. N. BAPTIST. R?y. P. W. Cuybrook, Paator. Irrlng-ton. Seoond and Fourth Sundara. 3:30 P. M.; Flrat and Thlrd Sundaya. 8 P. M.; (Preachlng or Prayer nn'ttloir). Wicomtco. Flrat and Tblrd Sundaya, 11 A. at. Kilmarnock. Seoond and Fourth Sundaya, 11 A. M. Bluff Polnt Chapel. Fourth Sunday 7:30 P.lt* Rev. u. V. Uk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 31 January 1902

WAsniNGTON. J;iu. 2?.'?.-rrom an nn fusual staudpoint Dr. Talnm.uo in this 'dibcoursje loek* at 1 nud trials whieb belont to tbe .: ffereut dcocdcs ot human life; tcxt. I'salms xc, 10, "The day a ??(" our yeaxa are tiueescore years acd to-t." ' The aeventleih milestone of life is ]here pluuted ns nt tbe cud of tbe Jour ney. A few go l>e\ond it. Multitudes never rencb lt. Tbe oldnal petaoa of inodern times expirvd at 1?K? yoara. A jGreek of tbe nauie of Siravirido livod to 132 years. Au Kn?tTshmnn of the r.ame of Thoinns Parr livod 188 years. before the time of Moscs peopbl lived p50 yeara, and if you (0 f;:r faWHllb jbuek they lived 800 years. \Yc!l. tbat Kvas necessa ry, beeaaaa tlie story of jthe world umst eOOM down by trndl tion, and lt aeeded loaf UXa sufoly to transmit tbe uows of tlM pust. If the jgenernUons bad been BBOki livcd. the story would so oftea bate ebaacedj lips 'thnt lt inlgbt have BOt all nstray. But iiftor Moses began to write it down i?nd parchment t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 7 February 1902

jmttft VOLUME XI. * Weefcly Journal Devcted lo ihetoterests ol Lancasier Ccunty in Particular; the ftmUn igt ano Happahaiinaeli Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRG1NIA, FRi >AY, FEBKUARY 7, 1902. NUMBEII 18. LQR6 PURSE SEINES: AND POUNDS. The usc of Lord's Netting is stead ily iucreasiug in the Chesapeake Bay fiaheries. Write for pricee and careful estiinates. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. WHY NOT M FRANK D. WATKiNS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., *? BTJILDING MATERIAL. SASI1, FItAMES, HAND RAILS, DOORS. MANTELS, 8AWED and BLINDS, MOUJLIMNGS, TURNEO WOKK.etc. ALL KINDS at LOW PR1CE8. ODD WOM made PilOMPTLY. Southern Apeats Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON BHODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES. tiOODYEAR ttLOYE COMPANY'S (100DS. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, i. Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 7 February 1902

$hr Ximm Obm OOIIMJKAT1C WEEKLY. TFRMS: $1.00 per year In advance. W. KcliONALD LEE, EDITOB. AOVERTISINO RATF.S. ?ui. ;ftna. lyr. &Ji-ta. per inchenchlnsor'n, or 4.00 -l.oa iou> - lu?'hM?. Bu, is.(io'?"i?.nn. axoo :r>.(m 14.00 M.VO .? * ? IS.iXl-J.-..UI ?.>.<*) ej.??.ao.OJ 45.00 11 X column, 2.vu) :Srt ui &S.0U 1 oolumn u'O incliec), ?O.00.00.UU lOU.Ut, ?^^JWperoent.aUuUional forapecfal position. Kotioea in readlng columna, 10 cents per nonpaiell line. 'Hdtuiries, rellgtoua not!?" <>t cnteatata meuta.excursiotis.eto..o:i - iw.if regular ratea. All communteations or bu?lneas lctter? ouW K addreased t.> the \ imstM v Ci Irvlnxton. Va?, to rooeivo prouipt att. Frlday, Fobruary 7, 1IM>2. THEIH RDENED OFFICE UOLDEIi.S Agreeing with ua tbat it wa8 a miatake to aend to the Constitutioual (Jonvention any oian who already held another office, and alluding to the po8ition of Congres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 7 February 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTH0DI8T. Hav. c. K. Jambs. Paator. trvington. Plrat and Third Sunday*, 11 A. M.: Svcond ?do Kourtb Sunday ntght*; Praywr Moetioa; Wednenday nijrhta. Whlt* Htoo*. Plrat and Thir.l Sunday9,3 P. M.; 8?cond and Pourth Sunday a. 11 A.M. floefa Ialand. Seeood Suudav, 3 F. M ; Third Sunday n!?ht. I'optar Neok, Pourth Sunday. 3 P. M. Hsv. it. K. Bbnti.bt. Paator. Whlte Mamh. rirat Sunday. 11 A. II.; Third Sundar, 11*. M. Keboboth. rirat Sunday, 3 P. M.; Third 8uu day. 11 A. M. Bluff Polot, Firat Sunday, 7:30 P. M.: Fifth Sunday. 11 A. M.; Kdjrtdy. Neooud Sunday. 11 A. M.; Fourth Sun? day. I H. M. Hethel. &.wdU Sunday, 8 P. M.; Kourtb Sun d<y, 11 A. M. BAPTIST. Rbv. P. W. Clatdhook. Paator. Irvlngton. Seoond and Pourth Sundara, 3:?0 P. M.; Plrat and Third Sundaya. 8 P. M.: _ (Prcachloa or Prayer meetlna*). Wioomloo. Plrat and Third Sundara. 11 A. M. Kilaaroook, Second and Pourth'Sunday a, 11 A. M. Bluff Point Chapel. Pourth Sunday 7:30 P.M. Rt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 7 February 1902

WABnraoTON, Feb. 2. ? ia tbis dls ceurse Dr. Talniago culls atteution to causes of thuuksgivlng that are seldom rccognized nud sliows how to cultivate a cheerful spirit; text. l*aihaai xxxiil, 2, "Sing unto hitn with a psnltery and an iustrtiment of ten strngs." A muslcian as well aa paal nnd con rjueror and king was l>avid. the author of my text Ilo flrst catipoaad tbe sa cred rhytbm and then played it upon a harp, striking ntid plueking the strings with hia flngcrs aud thaatba. The harp 1b the oldest of niusieal instru mcuta. Jubal invented it. nnd at was; the scveuth dcscendant from Adaui. Its muslc was suggosted by the twnng of the bowstring. Hoaaet refers to the harp in tbo "Iliad." U ls the most oon secrated of nll instruments. The flute ls more cieliow. tbe bugle more mnr tlal, the cornet more iueisivc. tbe trum pet more resniinut, the organ more mighty, but tbe harp bas a tendorncss nnd swrrtness belonging to no other inKtruraent that I krvnv of. It enters Irjto t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 February 1902

xtQxnvx ?UMm VoLUME XI. JUJirtly Journal Dewled 10 ihejnterests of lancastej Cwtty In Panicular; tlie Wirthffii Necit acd Rappahanmck Valley in General, and ihe World at large. IRVINOTON, VIRGINIA, FK1DAY, FEBUUAKY 14, 1902. NlJMBEB 19. PURSE SEINES: AND POUNDS. k !NFT5 The use of Lord'g Netting is stead Hy increas'iDft ia the Chesapeake Bay fisheries. Write for prices and careful estimates. H. &. C. W. LORD, 80STON, MASS. mmM FRANK D. WATKINS & 00., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., '" BUILDING MATERIAL. 8ASII. FRAMKS, II VM> RAILS, I>OORS, MANTEL8, SAWED and BLINDS, MOVLDING8, TURKED WOBK.etc ALL K1NDS at LOW l'KICKS. ODD WOUI inadp PAOMPTLY. Southern Afeats Carter-8 Oil Clothing *tOONSOCKET AND BOSTON BHODE ISLAND AND BAT STATE BOOTS AND 8H0ES. BOOTS AND SHOES, UOODYEAR HLOVE COMPANY'8 GOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds. r fzJ^ [i Hardware, ^^;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 February 1902

ikf ?tfgi|dg (EiUztvu OKMUDKATir WKEKLY. TBRMS: $1.00 p*r year in advance W. MeDONALD LEE. ED1T0R. ADVERT1SING RATES. Jm. |?ea. |lyr. 60 cta. per Inoh each Inser'n, or 4.01)! ?jn io~00 I. Inctiea, ?.<?> . * ?<<> not) sAaa * KU??il7.??i ?.* 5 is.u'iaatoi saoo U.(?t 22.0U' SS.00 8 *? 18.1W 3840 ?<>.'?> 10 .. au.t ?5.00 18 " X column. ?' >(?) ffcj.ut 1 column (28 laSBSaA 40 00,00.00 100.00 I W~i5per cent.additional for spccial poeltion. Notioea ln readlng columns, 10 cents per nonparell line. Obituariea, relljilou* notloen oi entertaln monta.excursions.etcouc-hall rcgular ratea. All commumcaHons or buslnesa !ottt?r?< ahould t>e nddressed to tho Vikoima C'iti/.es. Irvlngton. Vau, to reeeivo prvmpt attentlon. Frlday, Fcbruary 14, 1902. TIIE fJONVENTION AN l> C RITICISM Sonie papers that were opp;?8td to the Constitutioual Conveution uiove ment are quite hila...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 February 1902

REUGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODI8T. Krv c. K. Jambb, Paator. trvinjton, Flrat and Thlrd SuiMlaya. 11 A. M.; Seoond and Fourth Sunday oIr-qu ?.? I'reyer MeetlnR Wednenday niR-feta. Wblte Stone, Flrat and Thlrd Sunday 9.8 P. M.; Seoond and Fourth Sioiday*. II A. M Floet'a ialand. Seoond Sunday. 3 P, M.; Thlrd - Sunday nlfht. Poplar Neok, Fourtb Sunday. 8 P. M. R??. It. K. Bkrti.bt. Paator. Whlte Marsb. Flrat Sunday. 11 A. M.; Thlrd Sunday. IF. N. Rehobotb. Flrat Sunday. 8 P. M.; Thlrd Sun? day, 11 A. M. Bluff Potot, Firet Sunday, 7:30 P. M.- Firth Sunday, 11 A. M.; KdRely. Seoond Suuday, 11 A. M.; Fourth Sun? day, 8 P. M. Ilethel. Seoond Sunday. 8 P. M.; Fourtb Sud d y, U A. M. BAPTIST. Rbt. F. W. o.atrkoor. Paator. Irvluatnn. Seoond and Four?h Sundavc. 3:80 P. M.; Flrat and Thlrd Sundaya. 8 P. M.; (Preachlng or Prayer miriiiir). Wlcomioo. Klrat and Thl rd Sundaya, 11 A.M. Kiimarnock. Seoond and Fourtb Sunday*. 11 A. M. Bluff Polnt Chapel. Fourtb Sunday 7:30 P. M. Rar. G. V. nRitDi.tr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 14 February 1902

Wascmnotox. F.I.. ?.. I;) ,|,|? subject ? - ? of fladuaxjaj ?: <>r life tnat unewaat irisb Xiv. 7. "At hV i!i all tanguages Is tbe ? . ? i pv:. It ls' B l !, briyiit nnd im prvaafv*. i KtHiafe not of amcfl nigbt8 as coxj? Jt-..n \. .in ::o Kta'r pouiiug light 1 -;l.< red wave tosskig I ? * ;ith niurky, hur 1'iit sueh :is yon often ? wlira the poap aud timgijlucence cf_fccavrn Uiru out on nlght pnrade, r.nd i: *e< ? > as tbough tbe soug whlcb tbe inorn .., stars bcguu so loug ago were cbiuiin;: yet nuiong tbe constella tious aud tbe tons of Uod were shout ln? for Joy. Sucb nights tho sallor blesses from the foreenstlc. .and the trapperon raat pralrte, aad tbe belated travi-ior by tbe toadsUle, nnd tbe aol dier from tbe tciu. earthly aottB gnzlug ui>on beavenly and shepherds gunrding their flocJu atu-ld. while nngel hands nbove tbeui set tbe silver bella a-riug ing. "CJlory to God In tbe highest and ou eirtb peace: good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 February 1902

Qtnm VoLUME XI. I VreeklyJourna| Devo^to the Ipteresls of lancasler County in Partioular; the hothcin Neclt and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, PRJDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1902. NUMBER 20. PURSE SEINES: lORd AND POUNDS. The use of Lord's Netting is stead ily iucreasiug iu the Chesapeake Bay lislieries. Write for prices and careful estiuiates. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTOH. MISS. WHY HOT TRY FRANK D. WATKiNS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., BXJILIDI3MG MATERIAL. SASH, FKAME8, HAND KAIl.S. l>OOR8, MANTELS, SAWED and BLINDS, MOULDING8, TURNED WORK.etc. ALL KINDS at LOW PRICES. ODD WOitK made PjtOHPTLY. For Southern Agenta Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND DOSTON RUODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES, HOODYEAR WLOVE COMPANI'S GOODS. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing-, 17 Oommercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, Grates. C. A. NA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 February 1902

Shr Virnimn tfitivcn. ?)LHOCRATH WEEKiY. rERMS: $1.00 p?r year in advance. W. VeltONALlI LEE. EDITOR. ADVEHTIS1NO RATKS. *;ro. lyr. &> cte. pe?" inih each Inser'u, or *.<*) ?.<?? ]0..ji> I luchea, .,i uu r.."?' a ? 11 >?i ^i i?! 4 5 ? M 14 . ? " ' v ? ? ? ? - 4K..?> 1? " X colure.n. ? &2.?' 1 ooluinnCSS Ineue.-o. *?.UU ui.00 WO.Ot t<m?peroent.*ddltional for*jnvini poMtiqn. Nottcos in readina eoluuius, 10 cents per n "ipareil liu?. Oh.tuarlee. rellirloua notio ? iO-Oiiu m?iats,ejccurslon>".ete..? i< -BeUl leiMilarraics. All eomraunicatious or buslness shnuld headdroased tu the Vti uuhaCribbb, Irviuxton. Va., to iee- lv? pnu.pt uitcittion. Frlday, Fcbruary 91, li?012. OH, YK BLXT7TH81 The war tax waa ab disbed by Con^resa thia wee?f. The commitUe recomniended ita diacoutinuaiiee und the Kepublicans had pjaanai to have about two days for gulKiy pyrotecb. nica, thiu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 February 1902

RELIGiOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODIST. U?v. C. K. Jamu. Paator. irvington, Flrat and Tnlrd Sundaya. tl A. M.; Second and Fourth Sunday night*. Prayor Meetioa Wedneaday nljrbta. White .Stone. rirst and Thlrd Sundaya.,8 P. M.; Seoond and Fourth Sundaya. 11 A. M. Floet'a Ialand, Seoond Suuday,3 F. M.;Third Sunday night. Poplar K?,l, Fourth Sunday.| P. M. ? Rav. K. K. Bknti.bt. Paator. White Marah. Flrat Sunday. 11 A. M.; Thlrd Sunday, 9 P. M. Kehoboth. Flrat Sunday, 3 P. M.; Third Sun? day, 11 A. M. Bluff Point, Kirat Sunday, 7:30 P. M.: Flftb Sunday. 11 A. M.; Edgely. Seoond Sunday. 11 A.M.; Fourth Sun? day, 8 P. M. Itethel. Seoond Sunday. 8 P. M.; Fourth 8un d v. 11 A. M. MAPTIST. Rav. F. W. Claitskook. Paator. Irvington. Socoud and Fourth Sundara, S-M P.M.; Flrat and Thlrd Sundaya 8P. Ji.; (Preachlng or Prayer uioetina*). Wlcomlco. Flrst and ThlrdSundaya.il A.M. Kllmarnock, Seoond and Fourth Sunday*. 11 A. If. Bluff Potnt Chapel. Fourth Sunday 7J0 P. M. Rav. G. V. UUADL.BT, Paator. Whit...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 February 1902

Washixoton, Feb. 10.-In this dlsv coorse Dr. Talmnge advlses us to do our best 4n tho spheres where we are plnced and n>t wait to s? rvc CJod in reaoundlng positimi: tcxt, I Corinthl nna x, 31. "Whether. thoreforo, ye eat or drink or whntsoever ye do, do all to the glory of QedV When the apaatii la tbis text aets forth tbe 14a* that so CQBBBMMl an ac? tion ns tbe taktag of food aud drink is to be eonductod to tbe glory of God, he proelnlius tbe ImportBBffB of religion ln tbe crdlnary afrairs of our life. In all nges of the world tbere bas been a tendoney to eet upart certain days, places aud ocfBBBina for vurship. nnd to tbiuk tbose were the cklef rcabus in which nstgtofl was to aet. Now, holy days aud boly BtBCia have their lmportiiuce. Tboy give opportuuity for speciai parformance of Christlaa duty uud for regalilig of tbe religious eppe tite, but they cannot take tbe place of continuous exeivise of falth and pray er. In otber words, u man cannot be ko much of a Christi...

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