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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 April 1902

injinia VoLUMK XI. A WeeHy Journal Devotedjo the Intetests of tancaster County in Particular; tht Kotthcrn Neclt and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA,.FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 19027 ^-, NmiBEB 2G. PURSE SEINES: ^lOR6 AND POUNDS. r<x\-?s ?SET5 The use of Lord's Netting is atead ily increaeiug in the Chesapeake Bl| tisheries. Write for prices and eareful estimates. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. WHY NOT TRY FRANK D, WATKINS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., BXJILIDING MATERIAL. SASII. FUAMES, HAND KA1L.S, UOOKS, MANTKLS, BAWKD and BLINI>8, 3IOILDING8, TURNED WORK.etc. ALL K1NDS at LOW PRICES. ODD WOttK made PrtOMrTLY. For Southern Agents Carter'sOi! Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RHODE 1SLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES, tiOODYEAR KLOVE COIPAXY'S UOODS. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 April 1902

fttt-VirgiBin (Citern. I > I >1? H UA T1C W ? ? KLY. TKRM8: $1.00 per year ?n advance. W. MelHINALD LEE, EOITOR. ADVBKTISING RATKS. 3m. jem. i lyr. 6ft cta. per incb each inscr'n.or 4.onl ?.?? 10.0.1 2 It.c'ioa, ?.?JU 3 ?* HM> U.u 4 " 10.(K< I". -. I I ?.'..?? ? " i( ? I IP.INl.Sri.Oll 40.110 H " i'.'.ii'.ai.im 4.V00 M " -V oolumn, 1 column (88 Inehea), 40.uui*Ju.Ui lUU.m. f3r"*2Sper?ent.additioriol forrpccial poeltlon. Notlcea in roading columns, 1;) centa per uonpareil llne. Obituariee. reliirious notu-c* 04 ??titt-rlaln menta.eicuratona.eto.. ou.- Iialf n-K'Ular iai.--. All commumcatlona or l>u?in?-?* letten ?hould be addreaaed to th*? Viuoi m * * 1 Irviuirton. Va., to receive proiupt attention Friday, April 4, 1*09. OUR NEW DISfSlCT. Uecidedly the warmest fight before the Legislature this sessiou was the one 8eeking to reapportion the Con grcs8ional Districta of the State. The tUibustera were overwhelmingly de feated, and no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 April 1902

RELIGIOUS APP01NTMENTS. MBTHODIST. Itav. C. K. jAMxa. l'aator. Irvington, Flrat and Third Sundava. 11 A. M.: Socond and Fourth Suuday maht*. Prayer Meetlnir W,-di,?t*day nijflo -. White Stoue, Firat aud Thir.t Sun.lav-..:; 1- M.; Second and Fourth Suitda> *. II A. M. Klect'a Ialanu, Second Sun.U. . :; I". M . Iliird Sunday tMght. 1'oplar Neca. Fourth Sunday. -I V. M. Uitv. R. E. rtKvri.KT. Faot'T. Wh-te Murnh. Flrat Suuday. 11 A. M.; Third Sun.lay, 3 P. M. Keholioth. Flrat Suuday. ?( I*. M.; Third Sun day. II A. M. Bluff Point. Kimt Sunday. 7:-?J P. M.; Fiith Sunday. II A. M.: Bdgoly. Bcoond Suuday. 11 A. M.; Fourth Sun <1 ?v. :; P, M. Ilethel. Scom.l sunday, :> P. M.; Fourth Sun d y, li \. V lipmi. Rav. F. W. Ci.aybkook. Pactor. Irvlngton. Second and Kourth Sundava, I P.M.; First and Third Sun.lajs IF. M (Preaching or Prayer moot injri. Wlcomlco. Flrat and Thir.l Sun.liij v, 11 A. M. Kllooaruoek. Second aud Fourth Suudaya. 11 A. M. Bluff Point Cnape...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 4 April 1902

Wasitihqton, March 80.--The Chrls tian vlew of death aa tho ontranoo to a fuller life is presentcd iu this Kafter discourse by Dr. Tuhnngo from tlie text 1 Cor. xv. 54, "Death is swallowed vi P in vlctory." About 1.870 Easter mornings have wakened the earth. Ia Franee for three centuries the almaaaci made the year begln at Easter until Cbarlos IX. made tbe year begln at Jan. 1. ln tbe Tower of Coudon there is a royal pay roll of Edward I. on whieh there is nn entry of 18 pence for 4>*o colored and pletored eggs, with whieh the people sported. In Ituss'a siavos were fed and alms were distr'butod on Faster. Ecelesiastlcal couucils met in Poutus, Iu Gaul, in Rome, in Achaia, to declde the partlcular day nnd after a coutro versy more aniuiated than graeious de-i ctded lt, and now through all Christen dom in some way the tirst Sunday aft? er tbe full moon whieh happons upon or next after March Jl is hlled with Easter rejoicing. The royal court of tho Snbbaths ls made up of ilf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 April 1902

trginm A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Imeresis cf lancaster Ccunty in Patiicular; tfrs hcrthcrn Heck and Rappahannack Valley in General, and the World at Large. Volums XI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902. NUMBEB 27. PURSE SEINES: ABJD POUNDS. I :ic ?;>-. uf Lord'a NattiBg 18 atead iiy Increcuting in the Cbeaapeake I'ajt fishcries. Write for pncea and carefol estin:.: H. & C. W. LORD, EOSTON, MASS. WHY NOT TRY FRANK D. WATK1MS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St.. BALTIMORE, MD., BUILDING MATERIAL. SAsii, tAMBS, HAM> ICAILS, l>OOKS, MANTi;i,S, !SAYVK1> an<l BLDrOS, Mon.iUNOS. TQBHKDWOllK.ete, ALL KINDS al LOW I'KHT.S. 01H) WOrlK made FrtOHPTLY. For Soatiiern Agcnts Carter's Oil Clothing H'OONSOCKET AND HOSTON BOOTS ASi> SUCf.s. KHODK ISLAND AND BAY STATE RMM AND SHOES, tiOODYLAIt HLOTB COMPANY'! >DS. MONTAGUE & BUWTING, Rubbcr Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 April 1902

?w ^irntma (tiimtu OEMOCKAT1C WEEKLY. TRRM8; $1.00 per year in advance. W. H? 1>0NALI> LEE. EDITOR. -1 '** ?-- _ ._?-? - ? ArDVfMaTl^NO RATKS. JaTUjttcn. i\r. 60 cta. p??r ineh each inscr'n, or 4.<?! iu<i) lOW - Inclics, ,.,,, ?,,? ,-,,, ? ? M.ts? 17."? i *.iaj sn.i?i :?>.(?j 8 n.(?> *'.?m 35.1m * I8.UU 9B.0U 40.(10 ?? .?'im 45.00 13 " X cohinin. -*>.'?? ;m.iu Bs.00 1 oriluinnCO fm '? 4<UI0,?0.0U 1U0.UU tVS5percent.addltlonal rorapeoialpoaitlon. Notloes ln readlng commns. 10 cents pcr nonparvll lnu-. Obltuarles, rellglous notioes oi ?-ntertaln monta.excursions.cio.. one haif rcguktrratcs. All comtnumcatlons or buslaaH lettcrs Should beaddressed to the Vi aoi >i vc'iti/.kn. (rvlnirton. Va., to reeelve pr< inpt atteutlon Friday, April 11. 1908. THE GOVERNORS YETO. Gdryernor Montaene as was expectcd has ylelded to the pVMMN <>f his poltti cal frlends and v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 April 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MKTHODI8T. Kav. C. K. Jambs, Paator. Irvtnstop. Flrat and Tblrd Sundaya. 11 A. M.; Second and Fourth 8und?> night*; _. Prayer M^'tla?r Wedncvlay rtljrht*. white 8tono. Plrst and Tblrd Sundaya.iP. M.; Seoond and Kourth 8utidayt. 11 A. M. r l**rt'e teiand. 8?M>ood 8uuday. 3 P. M.; Thlrd Sunday nl?bt. Poplar Mvck, Fourtu Sun.lay. a P. M. Hkv. K. r. iikkti.kt. Paator. White Marab. Flrat Sunday. 11 A. M.; Tblrd Hunday. 3 1*. H. Uvhobuth. Flrat ISuuday, 3 P. M.; Thlrd 8un >lav. 11 A. M. Bluff Point. Kirat Si:nday, 7:30 P. M.: Flfth Sunday. 11 A. M.; Bdg?ly^8e?yud Suu.lay. U A. M.; Fourth Sun Bethel, Socond'su'nday. 3 P. M.; Fourth 8un day, U A. M. BAPTIST. Bbv. F. W. Clatbrook. Paator. IrTlnirton, Secood and Kourth 8undaTa. 3:30 P. M.; Flrat and Thlrd Sundays. HP.M.; (Preachlug or Prayer meetirijr). Wlcomico, Flrat aud Thlrd buadays, 11 A. M. Kllmamook. Beoond aud Fourth 8undaya. 11 A. U. Bluff Point Cbapel. Fourth Sunday T:30 P. M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 11 April 1902

Washlngton. April O.-In the follow lng discourse. prepared l>y l>t. Talniage before his illuesj?. n vlvld glimpse of the splendors and glories v? hoavenly llfe is preseutcd; tcxt, Kevrlatioa vlii, % "There was ailenee In lu-uvcu ubout the space of balf au hour." The busiest plaee in the univerM is heaven. It is the ccntcr faMa which all good Intluenees statt; it is thflj fjOaU at which all good NMtta aritvo. 'J'lie Bible rcpresents it ai ictlva with wbeels and wings and OfClHsftrai ond proeessious mounti'd or charioted. Bttl my text dcscribcs a spaee when the wheels ecased to roll and the truiupets to sound and tbe voiees to cfaant. The riders on the whitc horses n llatti in their charges. The doxol tgica Wt re hushed aud proceaakNtt hnited. The hand of arrest was upon all the splen? dors. "Stop, heaven:" <-t ud ;in otnnipo tent volce, and it stoppedL For thirty mlnutea everything cclestlal Mood still. "There was alleuco in lu-avcn about the ?pace of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 April 1902

itimnm (tiilHtn A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of lancaster County in Patlicular; the Horthern Heck and Rappahannock Valley in GeneraL and the World at Large. VOLUME XI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, J R1DAY, APRIL 18, 1902. NUMBEB 28. PURSE SEINES: LORb AND POUNDS. ?SETS The use of Lord'a Netting is atcad ily increasing in the Chesapeake Bay iiehcries. Write for prices and careful estimates. =H. A C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. ^^^ FRANK D. WATKINS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., *? BTJILIDHSTG MATERIAL. 8ASH, FRAME8, II \M> RAILS, DOORS, MANTELS, s.WVll) and BL1NDS, MOVLD1NG8, TURNED WORK,etc. ALL KIM>S at LOW PRICES. ODD WOilK made PrtOMPTLY. Soathern Agents Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RHODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SUOES. U00DYEAR (iLOVK COMPANY'S GOODS. MONTAGUE & BUNTINQ, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Manteis, G rates. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 April 1902

?a* Virginia mfatn. OEMOCKATIC WEEKLT, TKKM8: $1.00 per year in advanoe. W. MrlHlNALI> LEE. ED1TOR. ADVEKTI81NG RATR8. am. ? Vta. per Inch each insor'n, or 4.00 - Slncbaa, ,;.,,. foO I&.U N.W 8m. I ly i. aooi io.ou; 14.00! 20.(11 i:..?. ajjaj 3U.00I :?'.<o 8 5 1S8.UU ? ? i4.uias.uii 35.ui ,8 *? lM?i MjQD 40.141 JO ? 1K.U> AI.U0 45.00 ? *? X column, ? jn.oo fcMH. 1 eolumn (28 incbea), 40.UU; 00.00 100.00 ?aw soperosnt.additlonal forspecialposition. Notlces ln readlng eolumna, IU eenta inr nonpurell lrne. Obttuarlea, rellgloub notlces ot entertaln B<?nts.cxcursions.etc..one-half regular rates. All eommun.cations or bustnoss letter* abould beaddreeaed to tlu> Vikuinla Citizkn. irvlnirton, Va., to receive prompt attention Friday, Aprll 18, li>02. THE JURY TR1AL. When we have deplored the un righteou8 state into which our jun system has fallen we have beeu met with the reply to suggest a better system. We are w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 April 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. METHODI8T. Rav. C. K. James, Paator. Irvington. Flrat and Tblrd Sundaya. 11 A. M.: Becood aod Pouith Sunday ntghl*: ...... * rayer Meetlna Wodueaday nlabts. Wblte Stone, Flrat and Third Sundaya.3 P. M. S-econd and Fourth Sundaya. II A. M. r leot'a Uland, Becoud Suuday, 3 P. M.; Third Sunday ntght. Poplar Nwk, Fourth Sunday. 3 P. M. Rav. K. k. Uentlkv. Paator. White Marah. Flrat Sunuay, 11 A. M.; Thlrd Sunday, 3 P. M. Kcboboth. Flrat Sunday, 3 P. M.: Thlrd Bun day, 11 A. M. Bluff Polnt, First Sun.lav, 7:30 P. M.: Flfth Sunday. II A. >!.; ?dsaly.Bocond Suuday, 11 A.M.; Fourth Sun? day, 8 P. M. Bethel, Socond Sunday, 3 P. M.; Fourth Sun? day, 11 A. M. KAPTIST. Rav. F. w. CL.ATBROOK. Paator. Irvington, Second an<! Fourtb Sundav*. 3:30 P. M.; Flrat and Thlrd Sundaya. 8 P. M.. (Preaching or Prayer meeting). wicomico, Flrat and Thlrd Sundaya. 11 A.M. Kllmarnock. Becoud and Fourtb Sundaya. 11 A. M. Bluff Polnt Chapel. Fourth Sunday 7:30 P.M. Rbv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 April 1902

Washington, April 1.".. -Iu tho follow Ing dlsconrse, paepajrai ly Dr. Tal? mage before his llinoss. th<- follv .md danger of postponlng tho ncvoptauoo af the gospel imitation aro eaqaoacd on the text. Luke xiv, 18. "And they all .v.-ith oue tonsont bogan to inake ex cuse." After tbe invitations to n levce nre seat out the reglwta COaM fca. One uiau npologizes for uonattondance on one ground, nr.oiher on another grouud. Tho most of tho rogrots aro foundod on prior engngeincuis. So in m.v text a great bnmiuct was sproad. tho b> vil.itions woro cireulatcd, atid now the regrets coiue in. Tho Otf ;;ives an agricuiturHi roason, tho atlaH* u stock dealers roason, tho other a doniostic rcuson. All poor reasons. Tho faot was, they did not want t*> |???. " \>xl they all with ouo couscnt began to mnke txotiso." So now God sprends n great hampiet. It la the gosiH-1 foast. and tho tahlo reaches aoross tbe heuiisph* res. aud tbe Invitations go out. an?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 April 1902

iirgitti* ttt^jcti VoLUMB XI. ^Weekly Joumal Pevoted to Ihe Interests of Lancaster Cciinty in Particular; the tonltn HecK and Rappaliannock Valley in General. and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIaTTriDAT, APRIL 25, 1902. NUMBER 21). PURSE SEINES: AND POUNDS. The use of Lord's Netting is etead ily increasing in the Chesapeake Bay fisheries. Write for prices and careful estimatcs. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, HASS. WHY HOT TRY FRANK D. WATKINS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., *?' BTJILJDIltfG MATERIAL. SASII, FRAMES, II \M> RAILS, DOORS, MANTKLS, 8AWED and BLINDS, NOULD1NU8. TVKNED WORK.etc. ALL KIM>S at LOW PRICES. 01>D WOilK made TKOMPTLY. Southern Agcntd Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND ROSTON R1I0RE ISLAM) AND HAT STATE BOOTS AND SUOES. BOOTS AND SHOES. GOODYEAR ULOYE COMPANI'S tiOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 April 1902

OKMtH KATU WIKhl \. WBMatec %1.00 pe* y**t ta frAv*?c*> 1> ' V ij^nWSelal}, ? -'" ""? All ??nsun.n?o< ahouid l*addTO*?e>l tot I liviuwion. V*., u> m-v> Friday, April B5, 19WL Therk should be every roaaou to hope and believe that under the now law the illegal traflic in liqttor in thia county will be stopprd and we may ceaae to be a hy-word and scorn among our neighbors. The law ia fnll and complete, and tl n no longer be any excnae for not bring ing offender8 to justice. The people are thoroughly aroused and eager to stamp out the nefarious traffic, and if the officials will do their part we may again become a law-abidfbg community. We do not desire to give any niore publioity to auch mat ter8 than a sen8e of duty aud justice to our8elvea and county demand. Therefore we hope that those who have been engaged in the illegalitiea will deaist without further trouble to them8elvea or to the county. We say we hope thia, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 April 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MKTHODIST. Kav. c. K. Jamcs, Paator. trvinjrton, Firat and Thtrd Sindava,11 A. M.; Peoond and Fourth Sunday mjjliU; 1'rayor Mwtlnir w,?due?day nltrhM. w tuto Stone. Firat and Thlrd Sundav?.3 P. M.; _, A Weooud and Fourth Sundaya. 11 A. M. r leot a laland. Second Sunday. 3 P. M.; Thtrd Sunday nlght. Foplar Neck, Fourth Sunday. 3 P. M. Hsv. H. K. BrNTirr. Paator. Whlte Marnb. Firat Suodar. 11 A. M.; Third ? _ Sunday. 3 P. W. Kehoboth. Firat Sunday, 3 P. M.; Thlrd Sun? day. 11 A. M. niuff Polnt, Firat Sunday, 7:30 P. M.: Firtta Sunday, 11 A. M.; Bd?ely. Second Sunday, II A. M.. I'ourth Sun d?y, a p. M. Uettic). Second t'unday. 3 P. M.; Fourth 8un ?I ? > . 11 A. M. HAPTIST. Hav. F. W. Cutbkoux. Pastor. Irvlnston. Seoond and Fourth Suudav*. 8-30 P. M.; Ftrat and Thlrd Sundaya !< P. M.: (Prtachlng or Prayer mt'cting). wlconHco, Klratand Third Sundays. 11 A. M. Kllmariux-k. Seoond aud Fourth Suuday*. II A. Bf. Bluff Polnt Cbapel. Fourth Sunday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 April 1902

PA M OF A GREAT PREACHE Remarkable Career of the Late Rev. Dr. T. De Witt Talmage?!!is Won derfal Influence For Good?How Three of His Churches Took on "Red Wings of Fire"?Interesting Anecdotes. tOopyright. 1902. by Loula Klopuch.] "?"?'?^ IIERE is but ono inun In j? America who can drnw and <^ hold nnd tlirill every ^il> *i bntU tho yer.r ro-nul uii au uicnce of thuu.vands and who prenches the gospel every week to "20.000,000, but one mau who tliiiiks iu pictures and paints with a lnr.se brush iu colors that burn and glow. and tbe natious gather around bis pictures and feel nn upllft and a boly tbrill." This was said by a celebrutcd orator tcu years ngoof Thomas Do Witt Tulni.'ijre. tbe farmcr's boy, whoso remarkable career has just ended. Yet there was uothing iu his bo.vhood home or early surroundings from which an augury could be drawn of tbe worldwide fnme heafterward attained. On a little farm in the New Jersey villagp of Bound Brook, the youngest son of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 May 1902

xtatnta CitMett VOLUME XI. A Weekly Journal Devoled to the lnterests of lancaster Ccinly in Farticular; tbe Ktiihern Necic and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large, IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902. NUBIBER 30. PURSE SEINES: wm AND POUNDS. NET5 ^ The use of Lord'a Netting is atead ily increasing in the (Jhesapeake Bay fi8heriea. Write for prices aud careful estimatea. H. &, C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. WHY NOT TRY FRANK D. WATKINS & C0? 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., BXJILIDIISTG MATERIAL. SAS1I. FRAMES, HAM) II \ 11 S, OOOR8, MANTELS, 8AWKI) and BUNU8. MOULB1NG8, TURXED WORK.etc. ALL KIM>S at LOW PRICES. ODB WORK made PWOMPTLY. For Soathern AgenW Carter's Oil Clothing ?TOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RflOOE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SKOES. BOOTS AND SUOES, GOODYEAR GLOYE COMPANY'S GOODS. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 May 1902

%>ht Wupnn (BiiiMu. OEMOCRAT1C WEEKLY. TERMS: $1.00 per year in advaooe. W. McDONALD l.l'.E. EDITOR. ADVERTISINQ RATF.8. 3m. iSm. Ivr. 60 et?. per inch each Irumr'n, or 4.0W o.< * Iuchua, ? 4 5 ? *? II.i? 8 ?? !-??? r.mi 44.1.00 10 " W " )i column, -"? ?<?' >?'?' K.W 1 ooluran (W luches'. ?U.W!'X>.0t> lOV.ix tyj85peroent.addltlonaI forapeeml poaition. Nottoea in readinjr columna, IU conts per uonpareil line. Obituartos, relijfioua aotaees ol entertaln aaeots.cxeuraiODa.etc..ouo-balf regular rates. All communications or hutdnrss lettcr> ahould be addrvsaed to the VikoimaOtixkn, liviuhton. Va., to roccivo urunipt astentloo Friday. May 12, 1002. Tbe nuptials last week iu New York in which Mr. Charles II. Hurkamp, of Fredencksburg, aud Miaa Marian Murchison, of New York and North Carolina, were the central Ggures, is the culmination of a pretty romance that is known only within the circle of friends of the two ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 May 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODIST. Rav. C. K. Jamks. l*a*tor. Irvlagton. First and Third Sunday*. 11 A. M.; Second mii.I Fourtb Sunday Dtgtite; -~-i. Pra>?r Mivtlnir Wedovauay nlxht*. Whlte Stone. First a:i<J ThlrO Sundays,* P. M. Heoond and Fourtb Sunday*. 1! A. M. r loot'a Ialand, Svcoud Suuday, 3 P. M.; Thirtl Sunday nljfht. Poplar Neck, Fourtb Sunday. 3 P. M. Hev. K. B. Bk.nti.kt, Parftor. Whit? Marab. Firat Sunday. 11 A. M.; Third SuinUy. 8 P. M. Kehoboth. Klrst Sunday. 3 P. M.; Third Sun? day, II A. M. Bluff Putnt, First Sunday, 7:30 p. M.- Firtb Sunday, II A. M.; Kd*-<?ly. Seeoad Suuday, 11 A. M.; Fourtti Sun day, 3 P. M. Itothcl. Seooud Sunday, 3 P. M.; Fourtb Sun dty, 11A.M. HAPTIST. Kav. IT. W. CbATIHOOK. Pa*tor. Irvlngrton. Second an<l FottrtO Sundavs, 3:80 P. M.; Flrst and Third Sundaya. * P. M.; (Proaehlna* or Pra>??r me< tiutrl. Wicomico. First and Third SunoHv9.ll A. M. Kilinarnoi-k. Stt-ond and Fourth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 May 1902

FILIAL TRI3UTE TO LATE DR. TALMAGE Mcmorial Sermon by Rev. Frank De Witt Talmage, D. D. GBEAT DIVIHE AS EIS POHSAW HIM tVhy the Famoua r?nluM Orator Wm SIlMWM I'ruia Otber Mlnlstera?A Hardnorklna. (krrrful. Corsccrat rd Uentua Mua Hia. Chleajro. April 20.?This BNSalSg Iu the Jeflferson I'urk fiashjlsillll church the Rev. Knmk I?o Witt Talmage, D. D., delivcrcd a Kcrinon. Ia which he pa'd a toachiag nnd tlircly trihute to his tatc dtatagaHhad Bather. The text 'vas I KlttgS xix, 20. "Let ?ue, ! pray ?hee, Uas my futhor." Affw:tion's most aacrtfl form or salu tntiou is n klss. We bow to an ac ouiintancc, we shake hanils with a friend, brt we press the lip a.ixaiust the lip of one whom we love. This state naat is asfadaVy tnai wfcaa nppiicd 10 Fllsha, tfct son of SShaphat, who was about to leave home 'iml ;-<> fonh ii'to *.ho great wide world. MfflSfta was sum nioned to "arry on the wofk of Elijab. Already ihe horses were batag harness ed to the cbariot of flre for...

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