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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 February 1902

atnm VOLUMB XI. A-!^^^J0U,'!^LJ^!^e!L!^!!L^er^tSL^f Lancaster Ct""lt>in Partici!l8f: '^ Mk>r. Wec& and Rappahannock Yalley in Ganeral, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIEGINIA, FKIDAY, FEBKUARY 28, 1902. NtJMBER 21 PURSE SEINES: lORE m AND POUNDS. NET5 The use of Lotd'l Ncttiug is atead ily iucrt-asing in the Chesapeake liay Bthorifi Write for prices and carcful estimates. H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. mj^LM FRANK D. WATKIKS & GO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., ??' BXTILJDING MATERIAL. SAS1I, PBAMSS, IIAND R \l l s. DOORS, MANTEL8, SAYYED and RLINOS, MOULDINtiS, TUKNEDWOBK.etc. ALL KINDS at LOW PRICES. ODD WOtlK made PROMFTLY. Southern Agcnts Carter's Oil Clothing ^ OONSOCKET AND EOSTON RUODE 1SLAM) AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES. tiOODYEAR ULOVE COMPANY'S tiOODS. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing-, 17 Comirtercial Placo, - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, | Mant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 February 1902

&b* Virginia miztu. OEfHOCKATIC WEEKLY. r?RMS: $1.00 per year in advanca. W. MeDONALD LEE, ED1T0R. ADVERT1SINO RATE8. 8m. i ?m. i lyr. 80 eta. per inoh oach Inaer'n, or 4.0W 6.00: laoo inonoa, a.ui 10.00 ivoo 8.ou I4.w; suv 10.10 17.00! swx uteo Baoa hloo S.OOl 36.00 aaoo' tn.ni 0 45.00 W 555.00 40.00,00.00 100.01. 14.00 18.00 ? ?.oo X eolumu. 1 oolumn (30 InohetO. tVzdperoent.addlUoual for apccial poaition. Notloea in readlng columns, IV centa pcr nonpereil line. Obituaries, rellgious noticos of entertain uent8.oxcursions.etv;., one- half regular ratoa All eommunicstions or bualnoea letters should be addrvased to t ho V1 k.jinulCitickn. irvinjrton, V?u, to reeel^re prompt attention. Frlday, February 28, lOOii. We lbark through Capt. G. P. Sqturea (who dropped in last week to, say "howd'y' ? to the Legialators at Richmond) that among the recom mendations to that body by the Board of Fiaherie8 is one to reduce the licenae on pounds to $:*. We bope the measure will pass th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 February 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHOOI8T. Ksv. c. K. Jamxs, Pastor. trvlntrtoa. Firet and Third Sunday ?, 11 A. M.; Bocond and Kourth Suuday otgbt*; Prayvr Meetlojr Wedneaday nlxht... Whito Stone, First aud Third Sunday., ;< P. M.: Second and Fourth Sui>da>*. 11 A. M. Floefs tiianrl. Bwond Bunday, 3 P. M ; Third Sunday nlg-ht. Poplar N.-ck. Fourth Bunday. 3 P. M. Rkv. k. K. Cx.Tri.ar. Pastor. Whttw Mmrsb. Flrat Sunday. 11 A. M.; Third Buuday, 8 P. M. Uohoboth. Klrst Suuday, 3 P. M.; Third Bun? day, 11 A. M. Uluff Polnt, First Sunday, 7:30 P. M.: Fifth Sunday.lt A. M.; Bdg-ely. Svwud Suuday, il A. M.; Fourth Sun vin v j F V Uethol. Boeond'sunday, 3 P. M.; Fourth Bun diy, 11 A. M. UAPTIBT. Rst. F. W. Clatbhook. Pastor. Irvlnjrton. Seoond and Fourth Sunday*. *:80 P.M.;Fut?t and Third Sundays. SP. H. (Preachlng or Praycr uaeeting). Wtcomloo, First and ThlrdSundayn.HA.il. Kl'oaarnook, Becond and Fourth Sunday*. 11 A. at. Bluff Polnt Chapel. Fourth Sunday 7:30 P....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 February 1902

, mwM sr** BSHffl1 Washinuton. p-afc -j- Tl::< .liseourae of I>r. TaluuiKo is fw!l of Ukftffcl-ftatf -bta for those trbQ ? | ?traggla and sIiowh that -ara bave niauy eHostlal syuipathi/.eis; te\ts, IIebrew8 xli, l, "Seelng a*a alee are ouoiiaaaatj ttbout witb to gnart n dOQd of #wit ttesses;" I C'orinthians r.\. ;?_'. "I btivo fought witb baaata al rBnhemn** Crossinx tbe a\lpi l\v tbe Mont (Ynls l?ass or tbroujdi tbe Mont Ceuis tun nei, you aro in a few t down nt VorouH. Ittily. tr.id iu u few iniuntcs i exauiinins ona of tbe prauilest mins of tbe vetid. tbe Amtihithcttter. Tbe wbole baiadlns s\veei>s nronnd you ln a cirele. Ymi Btand ln tbe Avbere tbe conihat waa otacjt fought or tbe race run, and on ull sides tbe seata tise. tU-r al'ove tier. until you count fortj elevations. or gallt - I sbnll Me ht to onll them. in which ?at the senntors, tbe kin^s tind tbe ~e.o<x> ex eited spoetators. At tho s'ules of tbe Hrenn and Oftder t...

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

Mminia (Eittem. VOLUMB XI. A Weelily Journal Deated lo the Intetests of tancastefCounty in Particalar: the Konhern Kecfc and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902. NUMBEB 22. SSS*s>L-? PURSE SEINES: ^LORB AND POUNDS. *.ET5 The use of Lord's Netting is etead ily iucreaaiDg in the Cheaapeake Bay fisheries. Write for prices and careful estimatas. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MkSS. mmM FRANK D. WATKINS & C0? 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., Wm BTJILJDINGr MATERIAL 8ASI1, FRAME8, IIAND KAIL.S. DOORS. MANTEL8, 8AWE1) and BLINDS, MOULD1NGB, TURNED WORK.etc ALL KINDS at LOW PRICES. ODD WOR? rnade PROMPTLY. Soethora Ageats Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON BHODE ISLAND AND BAI STATE BOOTS AND SHOES, BOOTS ANB SHOES. tiOODYEAR ULOVE COMPANY'8 GOODS. ? MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, ...

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

3for ^irijiiria ?ifora. DEMOCKATli: WEEKLY. r&RMS: $1.00 per year ln advance. W. XeDONALD LEE, ED1TOR. ADVERTISING RATR8. am. 8.00 12.00 6m. e.00 10.00 laOD I7.0Q ? ?? iifVajn nn aaoo lyr. 10.00 18.01 I4.09J 80.00 BaJI 30.00 35.(1) 40.00 SOota. per loch each lnacr'n, or 4.00 Sluehcs, b0u 3 * 4 6 - ? ~ 'us?\at.w J " is.ooaj.ao . 11 " eaooaoLOo 48.00 is " X column. avoolso.uc &:.im 1 oolumn (80 Incbew), 40.U0.00.00 WO.u lW~25percent.addltional for spceial posltion. Notloea ln readtne columna, 10 centa per nonpareil line. Obltuaiies, reltgious notle<-s <>t tntertain au'nta.exouralona. etc..oue-balf retrular ratcs. All oommunteatioiia or buainesa lettera ahould be addreesed to the VirqiniaCitizkn, Irvlojrton. Vau, to reeelve prompt atteutlou. Frlday, March 7, liM>2. KILMARNOCK'S CHAKTER. Elaewhere ia reproduced iu full the text of the petition asking the Legislature to graut a charter of in corporation to the town of Ki...

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

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMEISTS. * MBTHODI8T. Kcv. c. K. JaaBS, Paator. trvlocton, Plrat and Thlrd Sumlsi*. 11 A. M . Bcooud and Fourth 8tn?1av night*; Prayer Mwtln* Wrdncmlay nU-htv Whlte Stone. Flrat. aud TMr.l Suudaya.3 P. M.; aeoond and Fourth s.u.?lay?. 11 A. M. Floefa Irland, Secood Sunday. 8 P. M.; Thlrd ? Sunday night. Poplar Neck. Fourth Sunday, 3 P. M. ttar. tt. E. naxTi.ET. Paator. Whlte Marsh. rirat Suuday. 11 A. M.; Thlrd Suuday, 1H.M. Rehoboth, Flrat Sunday. S P. M.; Thlrd 8un day. 11 A. M. Bluff Point, Fir?t Sunday. 7:30 P. M.: Fiftb Sunday. 11 A. M.; Bdgely. BBeood Suodry, 13 A. M.. Fourth Sun? day. 3 P. M. Uethel. Becotid Sunday. 3 P. M.; Fourth Sun? day, 11 A. M. BAPTIST. Rbt. f. W. CuTBRooK. Paator. Irvlngton. Seeond and Fourth 8undav?. :?:?? P. M.; Flrat and Thlrd Sundays. 8P. M.; (Preaohlng or Prayer mevunr). Wicontoo, Flrat and Thl rd Ku odays. 11 A. M. Rilmarnook. Socond and Fourth Sunday*, 11 A. M. Bluff Poiut Chapel. Fourth Sunday 7:80 P.M. Rcv. U. 1". IlKAUiir. Paa...

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

Washikotov, March 9.?From tbe let ter to tbe Hebre>V5 l>r. Tuiuiage a text and illustrates how all onVudera niay be t?IhTllfMtf J. toxt. Uobrews vlll, 12, "Tbeir alua aud tl-eir hmiultiea .will 1 remeuibor no ruore." Tbe national Uower of t !??.? BgyptlaM ia tbe beliotrope, of the AaturlfUH 1? tbe water lily, of tho llinduos is the niarlgold, of tbe Chinese is the chrys antheruum. We have no national Uow? er, but tbere ia hardly anj thnver nmre suggestive to many of us than tho for getnienot We all like to be renieni bered, and ono of our misfortunes ls that tbere are so ninny things wo ean not remember. Mnemontaa ?r ihe art of assistiug memory, is an lmportatit art. It was Crst suggested by Simon ides of Ceos 500 years before Chrlst. lVrsona who had but little power to re call events or put fuets and nainos and date8 in proper processlonshavethrougb this art had their meuiory re-cnforced to an almost incrodiMe oxtent. A pood memory ia au invaluable possession....

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

irgittia VOLUME XI. k Weeltly Journal Cewted to ihe Interests of Lancaster County in Particular; the fc.thef Heck anri Rappaiiaanosk Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1902. NUMBEB 23. PURSE SEINES: LORt) AND POUNDS. 3H The U3e of Lord'8 Netting is stead ily iticreasing ia the C'hesapeake liuy lisheries. Writc for pricee and careful estimates. H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. WHY NOT TRY FRANK D. WATKIKS & C0? 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., BXJILOI2ST& MATERIAL. SASil. rilAMKS, I1AXI) KA1L8, I>OORS. MANTELS. sWVI I> and BLINDS, MOULD1NG8, TURKED VORK.etc. ALL KINDS at LOW PRICES. ODD W04K niade FitOMPTLY. For Southern Age WOONSOCKET AM> BOSTON BOOTS AND SIIOES. ",8 Carter's Oil Clothing RUODE ISLAM> AND BAT STATE BOOTS AND SHOES, UOODYEAR OLOVE COMPANY'S (-OODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clotbing-, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK...

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

9ht ?if{jiai3 Citi^ju DtSJHOCKATIC WL'EKLT. TERMS: $1.00 pcr yeax in advancc. W. XeDONALD LEE, ED1TGR. ADVERT1SING RATES. 3u?. iem. lyi W ?*"v,>cr lnch ???b Inaor'n, or 4.00| a.Ot) i 8 "^ * ? ? I. 5 :: j ? ??? 8 M iKW'SfcOO 40.00 lo " bjoo aaoo 45.00 18 " K oolumn, 88,00 88.U0 &MH? 1 ooluma (M incbea), 40.00.eo.00 100.01: IV'S5percent.addltlonal forapccial poaition. Notioe* in readlng columna, 10 centa ncr nonparell line. Obltuariee, relitrioua nutleea ot entertain m?ota.cxourslon8,otc..ono-half rcirulttr rutca. All communicatlons or buslnras k-tters ahould beaddreasod t? the VuusiNiACiTtzcx, lrvin?fton. Va?. to rajeire prompt atteutiou. Frlday, Marclt 14, l!)(?.'. TBE KILMARNOCK CIIAKTER. Our publication last week of the propoaed charter io full for Kilmar uock haa elicited much surprise and comment. There were few people previously cognizant of its features, particularly those provisiona beariug on taxes and liquor. The opposition within Kilmarnock's bounds ...

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

REUGlOUb APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODI8T. R?v. C. K. Jamkc, Pastor. Irrtnjtoo, Flrat and Third Bundaya, 11 A. M.; 8eoeod and Fourth 8uuday nighia; Hrajrer Meetloa Wedn?.*day nlebt*. White Stone. Ftrat and TblrU ?uudaya.8 F. M . Heoond aud Fourth Suudaya, 11 A. M. Kioefa laland. Becond Bunday,Jp, M.; Tbl rd Sunday night. Poplar Neck, Fourth Sunday. 3 P. M. Kkv. H. k. Hkntikt. Paator. Whlto Xarah. Flrat Bunday, 11 A. M ; Third Bunday, 8 !'. M. Keboboth. Flrat Buuday, S P. M.; Thlrd Bun day. 11 A. M. Bluff Potot, Firnt Sundav, 7:30 P. M.; Flfth Bunday. 11 A. M.; Bdgely. Becond Bunday, 11 A. M.; Fourth Bun day, S P. M. Uetbel. Becond Sunday, 3 P. M.; Fourth Sun d*y.ll A. M. BAPTIBT. R?v. F. W. Cutbrook. Paator. IrvlngtoD. Becond and Fourth Sunday*. 3:80 P. M.; Flrat and Thir<t Bundaya. 8 P. M.; (Preaching or Prayer mr*etira). Wicomlco. Firet and Tblrd Bundaya. 11 A. M. KUmarnook, Becond and Fourth Bundaya, 11 A. M. BluS Polut ChapeK Fourth Sunday 7:30 P.M. Ukt. U. V. URADi.ir. Paator...

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

Washikotov, March 9.?From tbe let ter to tbe Hebre>V5 l>r. Tuiuiage a text and illustrates how all onVudera niay be t?IhTllfMtf J. toxt. Uobrews vlll, 12, "Tbeir alua aud tl-eir hmiultiea .will 1 remeuibor no ruore." Tbe national Uower of t !??.? BgyptlaM ia tbe beliotrope, of the AaturlfUH 1? tbe water lily, of tho llinduos is the niarlgold, of tbe Chinese is the chrys antheruum. We have no national Uow? er, but tbere ia hardly anj thnver nmre suggestive to many of us than tho for getnienot We all like to be renieni bered, and ono of our misfortunes ls that tbere are so ninny things wo ean not remember. Mnemontaa ?r ihe art of assistiug memory, is an lmportatit art. It was Crst suggested by Simon ides of Ceos 500 years before Chrlst. lVrsona who had but little power to re call events or put fuets and nainos and date8 in proper processlonshavethrougb this art had their meuiory re-cnforced to an almost incrodiMe oxtent. A pood memory ia au invaluable possession....

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

IHrgittia *. VOLUMB XI. Weelly Jocrnal DevoiB, to the laterests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Northern Neck anfBtppaliannocl; Vallijf in 6 IRVINQTON, VIRGINIA, PRIDATalrlAl^F^ier 1902. NUMBEB 24. PURSE SEINES: AND POUND8. The nse of Lord'e Netting ia stead ily iucreasing in the Cheaapeake Bay fisheries. Write for pricea and careful eatimatea. H. &, G. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. ^^-^ FRANK D, WATKIHS & CO., 409 B. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., Mr BTJILIDHSTG MATERIAL. 8AHII, FRAME8, HAMD RAILS. BOOR8, MANTEL8, 8AWEO aad BLIND8, MOULDIXOS, TUKKED WORK,etc. ALL KINErS at LOW PRICES. ODD WOttK made PJIOHPTLY. Seathera Agaata Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKKT AND BOSTON BOOTS ANB SHOES. RHODE ISLAND ANB BAT STATE BOOTS AND SBOES. ttOODYEAR QLOTE COMPANY'S GOODS. MONTAQUE & BUIMTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOUC, VA Sash, Doors, Biinds, Hardware, Mantels, Grates. C. A. NASH & SON, *t, 23 and 25 Atlantic St...

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

?hr ^irsmia (Biimtu OBMOCRATIC WEKKLT. TBRMS: $1.00 per year in advance. W. MeVONALD LEE, ED1TOR. ADVBRTISING RATE8. 3m. 16m. Bj ota. per Inoh each Inier'n. or 4.00' glnchea, 4 **f ~ 5 5 *? 8 " 10 " 18 " X oolutnn. 1 oolumn C* Inuhea), 4O.u^jO.U0, BBuB> H*""ttperoent.addltional forapecial poaitlon. NoXleaa ln readlng oolumne, lo ceuts per nonparell line. Obltoariea, reltgloua noticoa uf entertatn menui,excurelona,utc..oue-ba!t rt<Ku?ar ratea. AM communications or t'u?iio-*s letters shouid be addreascd to th?-Yw?;imaCiti/.k\. Irvlngton, Va.. to receivv prouipt atteiitiun. Friday, Murch 91, ltfOli. A GENERAL GAME LAW. Anent the bills introdueed in the Legislature relative to protociing g*me in Lancaster and Uiehniond counties, the Buggeation has lately been made that the fottr represeota tive8 iu the Legisluture from the Northern Neck put their head8 to gether and formnlate a conmion game law to cover the five counties of the Northern Neck. It is not a bad suggee...

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

RELIGIOUb APPOINTMENTS. MKTHODIST. Bav. C. K. JAMX8, Paator. Irvlngton. Flrat and Thlrd Suii.iavs. 11 V M Socond and Fourth BuTraay tiight*: l'raycr M?Hiinn W. ,h.. White Stouo. Flrat an.I Th l ? t*?H"ond and Fouctli Su> ?< n -,11 A. M. Fltwt's laland. Hecoud Sunday, I P. M ; Tbird Buaaajr night. l'oplar Neck, Fourth Sunday, 8 P. M. Itav. lt. E. Br.!*Ti.KY. Paator. White klarah. Flrat Sunday. 11 A. M.; Thlrd Suiulav. 1 P. M. Kehobotti, Kirnt rHinday, 3 P. M.; Thlrd Sun _. day, 1! A. V BiBiT Point, Kirat Sunday, T;30 P. >!.; FITth Sunday. 11 A. M.. Bdgvly. BeeoiK) Suuday, n .\. ||.: Fourth Sun il >y. 3 P. M. Uathcl. Soo>rid Suii'!ay. 3 P. M.; Fjuxth Sun d 3,11 A. M. BAPTI8T. R?V. F. W. (uybkook. I'?oii.;. Irvintrton. Second and Knurth Sumlav*, ?": '?' P. M.; Flrat and Third Sundays. * V. M .: (Preachlngor Pravtw moetinf). Wlcomlco. Flrat aud Third SuimIhj i, 11 A. M. Ktlmarnock. Second and Fourth Sunday*, 11 A. M. Bluff Point Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 21 March 1902

WASHijfGTON, Mareh KJ.?In this dls rouree Dr. TnlmnKe aajiataUa the Idea liat tbe Christlan relicion !a ns good fortbla world ns the next niul will help us to do anythlng that oupbt to be done at all; I Tluiotby iv. 8, "Godli? ness la profitnble unto all things, bav <"g promise of the life tbat now Is and vt that wblch Is to eome.** There ia a gloomy and passlve way of waitina for eveuts to coaaa upon ua, and there Is a berolc way of jxoing out to meet them. strou^ In God and fenr Ing notbiuc- Wlu-n the bo-Iy of Catiline waa found on the battlebeld. it was found far In advanec of all bis troops mid among tbe eneroy, and the best way Is not for us to Ile down and let ine eveuts of life truuiple over ua, but fea co fortb Iu a Cbristian spirit deter luiucd to conquer. You are expectlng prosperlty, nml I nm determlned, ao far aa I bave anytbing to do with it, that yon sball not be disappoluted. and. tberefore. I proiwse. as God may help me, to project upon your attention a ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 March 1902

irgittia n* VOLUME XI. _ ' Wwfc|y Jo^Mljevoted^Uie^ Particular; rte i. crtfew Neck aml Rappahannock Yalley in Gsneral, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FtUDAT, MABOH 28, 1902. XTrmr'n-nm O f PURSE SEINES: AND POUNDS. The use of Lord's Netting is stead ily increasiDR in the Oheaapeake Bay fiaheries. Write for prices and carefal estiuiates. :H. & C. W. LORD, 80ST0N. IKASS. msUB- FRANK D. WATKIKS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., BXJILIDINO MATERIAL SASIt, PRAME8, HAND KAIL.S, I>OORS, MAXTEL8, JSAWKI> ancl *, TB^,NI>S? 3IOLM>IX<;s. TURJJED WOKK.ett. ALL XINDS at LOW PRICES. ODD YfOitK niado PrtOMPTLY. Southern Ajents Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RHODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND S1I0ES. BOOTS AND SHOES. KOODYEAR ULOYE COMPANY'S tiOODS. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 March 1902

?hf &i?ruua (SiiiMtu. OKMOCRAT1C WEKKLY. I KRM8; $1.00 per year in advance. W. McUONALD LEE, EBITOR. ADVERTI81NG RATES. 3m. iftm. | lyr. 60 ota. per lnch each tnsor'n, or ?.wl 8.00 io.no ."**? ?.UI M.m 16.00 ; .. WJ0 14.00 so.oo 10.00 17.i? ? i-'.oo 3o.om aaoo ? II n S9.0M MdQO 8 " 10 - 13 " X column, 2r>.m> .?;.<? 1 column (38 inchctf), 40.00,00.00 100.01. tVtSperoent.additional forepecial poaltion. Notlcea in reading oolumna, 10 cents per nonparell llne. Obituaiiea, rellgioua notlces ol entortain m?*nta.excuraloP8,etc..oue-Ualf rvtcular rmtea. All comtnumcattona or buslnea* lettera ahould beaddreaaed to the Vpmmmac'itizen, trvinjrton. V?., to roceive prompt attei,ru.n. ?_ Frlday, March U8f liH>2. GOOD ROADS CONVENTION. That waa a great gathering of rep reaentative men in Richmond last week, brought thitber by an eame8t and to-be-effective intere8t for tbe betterment of our roads. Thereia such an awakening aloug this liue aa w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 March 1902

LOCAX, MENTION. *". I*. Wtfaer, KUltor Local Corntpondenca. All oomrauotcattons ahould be addreased to tbe ViKuisiA Citiikn. Irvlnirton. Va. Mrs. 8. P. Simmons left yesterday for Ballimore. Mra. Kittie Nobletl is vlsiting fricnda at Kilmarnock. Capt. W. L. Meaaick is in Baltimore on husineas this week. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Mercer left Tues day for Baltimore. for Loaa of Appetlte Groro's TaatoloaaCblll Touic. Take our advlce and dou't rehearae dtamas on the public highways. The Ladies' Parsonaire Society meets next Thursday at the parsonage here. Mrs. E. D. Valcntine, who has been aomewhat itidisposed, isconvalcscing. E. F. Thompson leaves to-day for Baltimore to purchase milllnery stock. I'v Teat ll?i> rroTco Ueat. Orove's Taatelas CblU Touic. W. McD. Lee waa in Richmond last week attending the Qood Roads Cenven tion. Mrs. Peter George and daughter, Mar garet, left Tuesday for a short visit to Baltimore. Misa Eva Buaaells returned Wednes day from a two months* visit to her s...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 28 March 1902

Washihoto*. March 23. ? From a procesa familiar to the favmer I>r. Tnl taage draws lcssons of con^olation and encourageruent for people in sorrow and adverslty. Xbatexl \xviil. 27. 28: "For the fitelu s are u t thrash? ed with a thrnsbir>g iustruuicnt. nel tber ls a cart wheol tunted nhout upon the cummln. but the fitches are baataa out with a 8taff aud the ciuMinin with a rod, Bread eorn ls bruised because he will not ever bo tttraabing it." Mlsfortuncs of vnrious klnds come upon various people. ntid in all times the great need of ninety-ninc peoole out of a hundrcd is solace. Look, then. to thia neglected allegory of my text. There are three kinda of aecd men tloned?fitches. cumruiu ntnl cora 01 the last we all know. But it m;y ba well to state that the fitches and tbe cummln were snuill sceds. li'.c*1 the car away or the chickpoa. When these grains or herbs were to ba tbnshcd. they were tbrown on tiie lloor, and the worktnen would come nround wilh staff or r...

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