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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 December 1902

ttmiim A Weekly Journal Devoted^ojhehiteresisot lancastetCounly in Patticular; the KorthetnHecfc andRappahannockValley in General. and the Worldat large. VoiAJME XTI. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1902. NlJMBEB 10. 1.(11 l> M i'VIV GOLD MEDAL PURSE SEINES ? and m LONUON. l.-.fl. POUND NETS l'AHIS. IWO. Are the Best?and Oheapest. Everybody knows that?or ougbt to. AMERICAN NET AND TWINE CO., J01 Fr<"" s'- ?"?V0RK MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES We pay thc frtight, and guarantoe safe deiivery. Largest Stock in the Soiith. Illiistratcd Cata'ogue Free. Establiahed 1848. THE COUFER MARBLE WORKS, 159, 161 and 163 Bank Si., 30RF0LK, TA. Southern Agesta Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON BOOTS AND SUOES. RHODE ISLANP AM> BAT 8TATE BOOTS AND SBOES. UOODTEAB ULOVE COMPANT'S UOOD3. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A. NASH &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 December 1902

$h* ^itgima Citwrn. OKMOCRATIC WKKKLY. TEKM8: $1.00 per yeax in adrancc W. MeDONALD LEE. I.'IUTOK. ADVEUTIS1NG UATK8. 3m. |8m. I lyr. ?0 cta. per loch each iunor'n. or 4.(10 tt.no nu? 2 Inchea. lo.to !:?.>? 3 " H.?m, u.oo 80.00 4 " HMW IT.OOi ?.'? 6 " 12.00 30.00 ;*?.(?? e ** 14.00'sa.oo aa.w 8 " 18.00,38.00 40.U> 10 " 22.00 :*I.<IU 4.VW 18 " X columa, avut :?.oo V-'.oo 1 oolumn (26 inchott). 40,00,80.00,100.00 |7~2oper cent.addltlonal forspccial pooltion. Notioe* ln readlng columns, 10 centa per nonparetl Une. Obltuarles, relifrtoua notlcos of entortain monta.oxcureious. etc.. one-half roKular ratt-p. All communicatioiu> or buaineas lettere ?hould be addreased to the Vivcinia Citizkn, IrvtnKton. Va., to recelve prompt attetition Friday. Deceniber 5, liio'j. THE LEGISLATURE'S FOOT-BALL. "Virginia possesaes vast sources of wealth in her oyster beds. That her in tcrests in them have not been protected aud guarded asthey should be, by wise an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 December 1902

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MKTHODI8T. Kiv. J. M. A.NDBH80M, Paator. Irrlnaton. Fltat and Thlrd Sundaya. Q A. M.. S?vond amt Kourth Sunday Dialit.* 1'rajrvr Mi?t-tlna Wi-dnoaday nixhu. White Stone. Firat and Third Sundaya.SP M.; Heoond attd Fourth Sundaya. 11 A. M. rleet'a laland, Secoud Sunday.3 P.M.-Third Sunday ntght. l'oplar Nevk. Fourth Sunday, 3 P. M. Kev. K. K. Bknti.by, Paator. White Mnn.li. rirat Suuday. 11 A. M.; Third Sunday. 3 P. M. Kehoboth, Kirat Suuday. 3 P. N.: Thlrd Sun? day, 11 A. M. Bluff Polnt. Kirat Sunday, Ts*g P. M.: Fifih Sunday. 11 A. M.; Edgely. Secoud Suudny, II A.M.: Kourth Sun day, 3 H. M. Bethel, Second rhtiKaaj. 3 P. M.: Kourth Sun? day. 11 A. M. UAPTIST. Ebt. t. W. Clatikook. Paator. Irvington. Si>con<l hti<1 Kourth Sundaya, 3:30 wm P. M.: Klrat Sun<lay. 8 P. M. Wleomieo. hiret aud Third Suudays, 11 A. M. Kilmarnock, Secoud and Fourth Sundays. 11 A. M. ' llluff Polnt Chapel, Thlrd Sunday. 3;30 P. M Brenfs Hall (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 5 December 1902

TALMAGE SERMON at By Rev. rRANK DE WITT TALMAGC.D.D.. Paator ot Jeffvraon }*ai k Prt-aby tenao Ciiurvh, Cuk^o Cbieago, Nov. :?>. -ln todu;,':; sertuou Itcv. F. l>e WHi Tnlma^t titt.-s worda of (Muawl to parents and ehltdreal from the text Proverbs xxx. 17. 'The eye that mcvkcth tit his futhcr aad ? eth to obey his mothcr the ravcna of the valley Sflaatj aafoSj it out uud the youDg aasjaas *haii tat it." Horriblo is the ?SjltHttQIalc word plc ture. The giblnt, the stcnchful eorpse, the skelvtou protruding through tbe torn aud mortifyiiu: tlesh. the fenthcred gtoimandizers baa^aaattSaf uihjii the car rion, the elnnyim:, rusty etfcS!ms holdiug aloft the iwajufjllig saass theso are the thetne of my text- It is n wnrnlng to all boys am! glr!s. na well us to all BjraWB men and wonicn, that tllhil con tempt ia never Justitiuhlc in God's sight No inatfcer what our parents may do or suy. we niust ulways respect and honor tlu'tn, beeaajss they are our fatber und motlier....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 December 1902

wtmnm VOLTJME XII. ^ Weefcly Journal^Devntgil to the lateresls of Lancasiet County in Particular; the Woitheta Week and RappaNaonock Yalley in General, and the Wotld at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1902. NUMBEB 11 UOL.D MK1>\I <;<>!.!> MKI>AL?. QOLD MEDAL PURSE SEINES ? AND ?i LOHDON- '"?? POUND NETS pari ,?c Are the Best?and Oheapest. Everybody knowa that?or ought to. AMERICAN NET AND TWINE CO., 291 ?*?? s,-< KBW V8RK MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay the frtight, and gnarantee aafe delivery. Largest Stock in the SoutL Illuatrated Cata'ogne Free. Eatabliahed 1848. THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS, 159, 161 and 163 Bank St., NORFOLK, VA. Soathera Ageats Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON BBODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES. HOODYEAB ULOVE COMPANY S GOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTINQ, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Door...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 December 1902

^hr -Virqinin (Tiii^n. DEMCHJRATIC WEEKLY. TERMS: $1.00 per year in advancc. W. McDONALD LEE, ED1TOK. ADVERT1SINQ RATES. 3m. |8m. i> r. M) cta. per Ineh eaeta Inser'n, or 4.u> n.m, , .. , 2 Iuches, b.to ;. in {-,.,?! a k.-ki 14.00 8u,ou lo.*a> 1..00 as.ni * )Z.uU9>.0P :auai 14.00 ?.oo ;t">.u. J ItUirsa.U) 4<U?J ?.U>,80.0U 4.r..00 18 ** X column, ?.ou :?.u 1 oolumn (M Inchi'K), 4U.UU,?).U0 100.U' ?av~S5 per cent. additlonal forapecial poaltton. Nottcea ln readlng ootumna, 10 conta per nonparetl line. Obltuartea, reltgtoua notlcee of entertaln aienta. ezcurslono. etc.. one-hal f rrvMi lar ratea. All communicattoua or hualneaa lettera ehould beaddreased to the Yikoin IA Cithev. Irvington. Va?. to reoelve prompt atteutlon Friday, JDecember 12, HM>12. lw a long letter to the Richmond Dispatch Lieutenant Baylor, the pro jector of the Baylor survey, advises leasing 100,000 acres of the naturai rocks. Hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 December 1902

RELIGiOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODIST. K?v. J. M. Ahdiwor, Pastor. Irvington. First and Thlrd Sundays. 11 A V Beccud and Fourth Sunday niiilit*" Prayor Mwtloir Wodnesday niahu. White Stono, First and Thlrd Sunday>i.3 p M ? _. ^^T^ood and Fourth Sundays, 11 A M " Heet ? Istaud, Secoud Sunday. 3 P. M. Tbi'rd Sunday night. 1 oplar Neck, Fourth Sunday, 3 P. M. Rav. K. K. Bx.xti.ct. Pastor. White Marsh. First Sunday, 11AM- Third Sunday. 3 l\ M. " lnlra Behoboth. First Sunday. 3 P. M.; Thlrd Sun Bluff Point, First Sunday, 7:30 p. M.- Flfth Sunday. 11 A. M.; Bdgely. Seoond Sunday, 11 A.M.: Fourth Sun? day. 3 P. M. Betbel, Seoond Sunday, 3 P. M.; Fourth Sun BAPTIST. Bav. F. W. Cua tbkiiok, Pastor. Irvington. Svoond hih] Kourth Sundays, 3:30 __, P. M.: First Sunday. X P. M. wicomico. First tml Third Sundays, 11 A. M. KUmarnock, Second aod Fourth Sunday*) Bluff Point Chapel. Thinl Sunday. 330 P M iireot'g Mall tKllmarnocki. 8<eond. Fourth aod Ftfth Sundays. 7:30 P. M Weems. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 12 December 1902

TALMAGE SERMON at By Rev. ntANK Dt WITT TALMAGE. D.D.. P%ator of Jetferson Fark Preeby terlan Church, CUnago Chleago, Daa 7. ? Assuran* ?-s an<l buggcstiona that will help t.> efJMBfa roany mourrrug souls ai ?? glvnai by Rev. Frauk I)e Witt Tulmagc iu tbls discourse oo the text Isnlah xl. 11. "II*1 shall gather the lauii?s nrtth his arm nnd carry tbein In liis boaom and t-tiall gcntly lead those that are with young." What doea the "empty eradle" of this mornlng/a tbcme wenu? Does it mcao thaf the babies wbo onec plnyed lu our nuraeries have grown up inti? big boya nud girls, who rush nwuy every tuorn ing from tbe breakfast table to be iu tiuio to answcr tbe eall of the aehool bell? Does It mean that our children have become young men nnd women nnd left the old bomcatettd to go fortb iuto the great battie of Ufe? Oh. no. Thia morning I am golug to preach up? on the little white eradle which has been emptied ln ?W0a* to till up the lit lle white casket J *m going...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 December 1902

ttmnm VOLUME XII. I Weekly Journal Oevcted to the Interests of lancaster Connty in Particular; the Ftorthern Neck and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRYINGTON, VIHGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBEE 49, 1902. NUMBEB 12. .. ?' I ? ? l) \! QOLD MEDAL PURSE SEINES ? AND mi uhom*. m POUND NETS Are tho Best?and Oheapest. Everybody knows that?or ought to. AMERICAN NET AND TWINE CO., *?* "??? ??? ?" '???*? MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay the frcight, and guarantct bafe delWery. Largest Stcck in the Scmth. Illuetrated Cata'ogue Frcc. Kstablisbed 1848. THE COUFER MARBLE WORES, 159, 161 and 163 Bank St., NORFOLK, VA. Soutnera Agentg Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON U110DE ISLAND AND BAT STATE BOOTS AND SHOE3. BOOTS AND SHOES. tfOODYEAR ULOYE COMPANY'S KUODS. MONTAGUE & BUIMTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A. NASH & SON, '1, 23 and 25 Mlantic St., NORF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 December 1902

OKMOCBATIC WKEKLT. TBRMS: $1.00 per year in adraaca. W. MclMiN \ LD LEE, EDITOB. Frlday, December lO, 1JH)'J. FOR OUR ROADS. Now that the winter 18 upon ua and our road 8 are getting into that impaaaable condition that affticta ua about one-half of our year the ques tion of better roada is becoming a mooted snbject. In thia article we have no comment to make on any particular road or roads, for there has been eome road work done in Lancaater, though in our judgment rather too late in the soaaoo. We wi8h to speak on tbe road eubject in general terma and offer 8ome augges tiona tbat may be for tbe futurv good of onr county. It ia a well establiahed truth that road beds ahould not be turned up after the middle of Augu8t, and any work done after tbat date should be only. in the nature of auch patch iog aa the exigenciea of the caae may demand. In our aection every effort ahould be strained between the firat of June and the middle of Auguat to put onr roada in thorough repair, and if don...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 December 1902

LOCAL MENTION. Alloommunloat'ons ahould bv addreascd to the Vikuimia vJixiaain. lrvUiKtva. Va. A Meny Christmas and flappy New Year to all. E. W. Long is out after a few days' cruclal indispositton. Epworth Leaguc Social tonight (Fri day) at Allss Lydia Heath's. Dr. W. J. Newbill and Capt. W. L Mcs6ick were in Baltimore this week. W. McD. Lee is ia Norfolk, Freder icksburg and Baltimore for a few days. Thousanda of people havo been cured of rhpumatlara by takinn Khrumaoide. Have you tried it I l'ueitlvHy doe* not Injure, but tHjnoUU theurgans of digeetioa. At druggists. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Barker, of Lively. were guests Sunday at the home of Capt. J. R. Callls. _ Ladies' Parsonage Ald Sociely of White Btone Circuit will meet at the parsonage here Thursday, January 8th. Misa Lillie K. Sanders left Wednesday for Warsaw to spend the Christmas holidays with relatives and friends. The physical conditiona of Jno. L. BussellB aud R. S. Mltchell are improv ing, while that of R. M. Ashburn Is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 19 December 1902

TALMAGE SERMON 81 ?y Rev. TOANK DE WITT TALMAG?!. D.D.. Paator of Jrff?iaou Park Pieapy tertao Church, OlUca^o Chicago, l?oc. 14.?A plea for a morc gencrous and klmlly brsatal i t of cm ployces and friends is in.fl- t.y Itev. F. Do Wltt Tiihungu lu th's svrmon on the tert Troverbs ffJt, 1 i. "It !s naught It la naught. amtta the l.uy.r bui be la gone hia wuy then he boastcth." Do you see tlint Jeruanlcm gontleman wendlng bis way in aml out among the crowded booths aml storesY !?<? ;. QSJ aee blm stop and prctend to l><> cxamlu ing 8ouc article as though ho were niaking up hia xnind vvhether or not to buy? He is, ln truth, a8s$Vtag feO hear a conversatiou which is t:iking place between an old Ilebrew luerehnnt nnd a young uinn who bas Just arrlvcd. per hrtpa from the far east. with ca uv.-N ladcn with a large nssortniont ?jf c.v penslve shawls. "Well." 5?.*;ys tho y"oung man to the old morchant. "how much will you give? I have pnt every een...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 January 1903

xvatnvx ?itMem A Weekly Joumal Devoted to the Inierests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Korthern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the WorW at Large. Volume XII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1903. NtJMBEK 14. UUL.U Mi.i.r ?.?)! i. HKDA18, GOLD MEDAL PURSE SEINES ? AND?-^ar L..NDON. ,??. POUND NETS Are the Best?and Oheapest. Everybody knows that?or ought to. AMERICAN NET AND TWINE CO., ?" Fr"???? RBW "?"? MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay the frtight, and guarantce safe dellrery. Largest Stock in the South, Illustrated Cata'ogue Free. Sstablished 1848. THE COUPER MARBLE WORES, 159, 161 and 163 Bauk St., NORFOLK, VA. Soethera Ageats Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RHODE ISLAXR AND BAT STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES. OOODYEAlt ULOVK COMPANY'S GOODS. MONTAQUE & BUIMTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Biinds, Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A. NASH & SON, 'I, 23 and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 January 1903

. u iu ditkrit. OEMOCRAT1C WEEKLY. rKRMS: $1.00 per year in aivaace. W. MoDONALD LEE, EDITOR. ADVEUTIS1NQ RATR8. 8m. j?m. lyr. SOcta. per inch cach in*or'n,or l.ou! a.00! I'XHL. i Iucbi>6, 3 ? il.OU s?.oa 4 " ? I7.W .'??'? 5 . I v 6 ** M.o e.oo :&.oo s - lalrt 10 ** ' kUO 4.VIO 13 " H ooluran. SV.OU ?."W 6S.0O 1 oolumn (SS Incbea), *o.u> 0U.0V UW.m, tJr*8Speroent.addltional for apccial poeltloiu Nottces ln readlng columns, 10 cents per nonparel] line. OMtuarlea, religioua nottcvs ot ent*?rtaln ?caU.ezcun>loaa.etc..one-balf rcirular SSfeSSa All oommuntcatloiis or buMncss lettstS should Itcaddreaaed to tbe Viuoim a i'itizkn. Irvlntrton. Va., to recelve prompt attention Friday. Junuary 12, 1?.M>3. Ouk Richmond contemporariea, and, in fact, almoat tlie whole State prees, are to be congratulated upon the 6fty-thousand-dollar appropria tion to the St. Louis Exposition as a result of their earnest appeala to the Legislatore. There can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 January 1903

LOUAL MENTION. All oonnnuolaatloua ahould bt> addrvsaea to the ViaoiaiA Citixxk. Irvluatou. Va. Uappy New Year to all. Miaa Maude Scbools apent Christmaa at Sharps. _ .limmy Sandera ls apending aome time ln Waraaw. Aid Bociety to-night at home of Mra. O. R. Hopkins. Miaa Maude Leland ia viaitaug rela tlvea in South Carollna. Miaa Roaa FIsher, of Baltimore, is vlaiting at Le?. Bryant's. Capt. Jas. Buaaella and A. H. Leonard were home for Christmaa. Capt. C. J. Robertaand Edwin Koberts left Wedneaday for Weat Point. W. U. Howard, of Hampton, haa been spendiug the week with friends here. Clinton Bew is apending tbe week at hls parental home in King and Queen. Calvin Earle Brewington left laat week to enter a business college In Baltimore. George Benson "got his turkey" ln the aboot Chriat mas day at Or rls Jame'a store. lf you wlanto setthe? Ktght" stuff at the ?'Rlgtat" prlot go to the "Kignt" house. C. W. Jod. ?' ttock isalwaysup to-date. Ityon cant go to Fredericksburg, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 2 January 1903

TALMAGE SERMON 8J By Rev. FRArfK DC W1TT TALMAGE.D.D.. Pastor ef J^T-re-iu ^ur. :' oeby terian Oaunh, (Jhicft^u Chicape. !?? Ib*.- !? the fttHaaraai dlscourae. npprop: life f, tha *mr Suu day of thv year. r.. r r . wnt Tal mage abowa in h<?w asanj ebaradatia tics the Blblienl comparison of iife to the BBBBttaH Bl the no\.l!st? venius la justlfled. Tbe text ls lVaiia xe. 0. "We spend.our years aa a t;i!e th:rt ls told." IIow the years BIB ilying away: llen ry Cakj ajaea st.*^ apaa the tap of the Alleghany moiintaius in an attitudo of Matenlng. When some one Hhked him to what be was ttataabag, tha great Ken tucky statcsmnn in his deep, powerfuL, resonant. oratorieal voiee answercd. "I am listeuing to tha mighty tnr.np of the coming gen.erations!" Today we inny noa have nn imaginative ear keon enough to hear the thumlerous eeboes of the moving f?x>t whieh shall walk this enrth two centuries or a thouaand yeara henee, but we can now heur tbe pattering feet of the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 January 1903

mnm (Eiltem. VOLUMB XII. I Weekly Journal DevoteJ to the Interests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Korthem Neck and Bappahannock Yalley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1903. NUMBEB 15. <?<U,1> MJKPAI. gui.I) >in?.\i ?-. GOLD MEDAL PURSE SEINES v AND?-^r" POUND NETS ,.?,,.,,., Are the Best? and Oheapest. Everybody knows that?or ought to. AMERICAN NET AND TWINE CO., *? Fr?" s?-< ?* ?"?? LONDON, 1883. MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pty tho frUgbt, and gaarantec aafe delivery. Largest Stock in the South. ! lllustrated Cata'ogue Free. EBtablished 1848. THE COUPER MARBLE W0RK3, 159, 161 and 163 Bank Si? NORFOLK, VA. *"""'Atnu Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND UOSTON RHODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES. UOODYEAR ULOVE COMPANY'S OOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTINQ, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Oommercial Place. - - NORFOLK, VA Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 January 1903

ihr^irainia Citizro. OEMOCRATIC WEEKLY. TERMS: 91.00 por year ln advance. c W. MeDONALD LEE. EBITOR. ADVKRTISINO RATK8. 3ra. j6m. j lyr. ?OcU. per lncheaeh ineer'n, or 4.?i 8.00 l. <? l! lm.-b.ee, t..'" !".??> r>.<? a " in ao.oo 4 5 ? 6 - ;t. ? a " iaaaiaa.QB 40.00 10 ** ?LW'-'UU ?-..,?> 18 " X oolunin. ?.?>38.00 fci.ui 1 column (98 inchee), 40.00 ?o.oo lOU.OO tV25peroent.additIonal fcrapccialpceitton. Notloea ln readlug oolumna, 10 centa per nonpareil ltne. Obltuartea. reliaioua noticea of entertaln aenta, ezcuraiona. etc.. one-half reau lar rau-a. All oommunicatlona or buaineaa Ictterx ahould boaddrcxxed to tht? VikoiniaCitizkn. irvintrton. Va.. to receivo prompt atteutlon Friday, January 9, 1003. PA83 the bill preventing the aale of toy pi8tol8, and a companion one againat cigarette selling, and more of our youth will reach manhood'a eatate, and, maybe, a ripeold age. Wk wonder if Governor Monta goe will have the n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 January 1903

RELIGIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHOOI8T. Usr. J. M. Ani>chsoh, Paator. trvlnjrton. nrat and Thlrd Sunday*. 11 A. M. Seoood aod Fourth Suuday nigbta; Prayer Mo?>tinK Wodnowlay lilahta. Whlto Ston?\ Ftr*t aud Thlrd Suii.ltita.ap M ? Hocond and Fourth Suudaya, 11 A. M." fleet a NInikI, Becond Sunday. 3 P. M.; Thlrd Sunday nlKht. Poplar Novk, Fourth Sutiday, 3 P. M. R?v. R. B. Bairrr.rv. Paator. White Marwh. Flrat Suodav, U a. M.- Thlrd Suuday. 3 1'. M. " Rehoboth. rirat Suoday. 3 1*. M.; Thlrd 8uo day, 11 A. M. Bluff Polnt, Fin?t Stirtday, 7:30 P. M. Fllth Sunday. 11 A. M.; ?itabr. Scoood Sunday, 11 A. M.; Fourth Sun daty, 3 P. M. Bethel. 8ocond Sunday, 3 P. M.: Fourth Sun diy, 11 A. M. BAPTIST. Rlv. r. W. t'LATBKOoi. Hastor. Irvlngton. Second and Fourth Sundaya, 3:30 w< I'. M.; Firat Suiiday. 8 P. M. Wlceinico. rirnt himI Tlnru Sundaye, 11A.M. KUioartiock. Secoud and Fourth Sundavi II A. M. * ' Bluff Polnt CbapH. Thlrd Sunday. 3UJ0 P M Brvot> Mall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 9 January 1903

TALMAGE SERMCN By Rer. FRANK DE WITT TALMAGE.D.D.. Paator of J<?ffrrsoii Park Presajr tsriau Cuuivh, Cuicago Chlcago. Jnn. 4.- In the aa nlng dis couree of tbe new yeur l'ast-.?r Tul mage appcnls to the ktgkaff nature of bla auditorn and Fhmvs t::?u liow they raay niake the year oue repletc with triumpbant spiritual achieveincnt. 11 is text Is Froverba ix. 11, "Tb'.- yeara of thy life shall be in^?rr;;s^.>^J.?, Happy new yeur! I bring to you tbe gospel salututiou. I brin| it to you with a suiile upon the lip, w.ih Joy weihng up ln the aaart i bring it to you because 1 hope it is to be the bost and tbe most niotuentous year of all your life. I am golng to be a gospel propbet this inornlug. I am not only ^oiiig to tell you that this new year is to be the beat year of your life, but it is nlso go? lng to be a precursor of uiuny other useful years. I am golng to say to you. as Solomon said of old, that on account of thia comlng year conseerated to God your eartbly ...

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