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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 January 1904

Qtnm VOLUMB XIII. k Weetly Jonrnal Devoted to the Uietesis of tancast?CMnti>inJ?articalar; the Horthern Hect and Rappahannocl Yalley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, L9oL N"TTAff T*TTU 1 K MONUMENTS AND GEAVESTONES. We pay the frtigbt, and gunrantee safe delivery. Largest Stock in tbe Soutb. lllustrated Cata'ogue Free. Established 1848. THE COTJPER MAEBLE WOEKS, 159, 161 and 163 Bank St., NORFOLK, VA. KRK1) O. SMITH. tiEO. W. MclOV. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP m ENQINE BUILDERS. Marine Eailway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. . Eepairing a Specialty. MachinistK. Bollernmkern, Dlnck^niillis. Shi|? Carj.cuttTH, Caulk ?". .Toiuers and I'aliiters furulslicd at short notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. AZTRGUSTIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A. NASH <& SON, 21, 23 aad 25 Atlantic St.. NORFOLK, VA. NOW LISTENT THIS IS NO JOLLY. We are prepared to sell you WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, MOULDING, PAINTS, HARDWARE, GLASS, and BUILDI...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 January 1904

Cof^ifaittia Citigra. DKMOCIIATIC WEEKLY. BUB8CRIPT10N: $1 a year.ln advance W. MeDONALD LEE. ED1T0R. All coBUBunioatloru or buaineaa lettera should baaddreeaed to tbe VikoimiaCitizkn, Irvlnarton. Va., to reoeive pronapt attee.tlou Friday, .January 8, 11M?4. MORE OYSTER NON8ENSE. p #Our vanity ia somewhat puncture I ' 'by recent remarks of our Valley friend, the Staunton Spectator, be? cause we had flattered ourselves that tbe Vikoinia Citizkn waa pretty well digested weekly (not weakly) by our friend, and tbat our verboae articles on the oyster had ahed some light on tbia denae aubject in that land of oysterology darkness. We have really regretted haviug to devote ao much space of late to tbia subject, but to us it is one of existence, al most, while to our hill-country brethren it stood out for puncture ?as the boy piuning the fly, fun for the boy but death to the fly. lierecomes the Spectator with tbis old shot of generalities : THS 8TATB AOAIN I.OSBS RBVBNUB. The oyster questioo...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 January 1904

LOOAL, MENTION. Al) oomaBuntoaaiona ah?uld be addraaaod to tbe VtaotMiA viTizaa. lrvlnat?jn. Va. Capt. J. N. Wilder was home for Chrlatmaa. Dr. Newblll filled his Ice-houao this week with pretty iee. T. U. Hall speat Chrlstmas at hia old home in Middleaex. Teachera and pnplls are back and the Checapeako resumed Monday. Etnest Mltchell, In buaineaa in Pblla delphia, waa home for tbe holidays. Freah Pork and Beef wlll be found at Mee aick. Long A Oo.'a evary Saturdajr. The Citizen ls Indebted to Senatora Daniel and Martio for public documenta Capt. W. L. Messlck was ln Baliimore, Norfolk and Prederlckaburg this week. Mra J. F. Gonldmao, jr , is spending a month with ber parenta in Ftedericks burg. If aufncient groweri can be found a plckle works wlll be started here tbia sprlng. Irving Meaaick was among tboae home from achool for the holiriaya. All have roturned. GotoSmltb.theoldreliable Keglatered Drugaist, IrvinKton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ellj Ui Haydon spent Xmaa iu Baltlrm re wlih tbe ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 January 1904

TALMAGE SERMON II By Rsv. FRANK DC WITT TALMAGE. D.D.. OI*aa<er ol Jetferson Parfc frrahy taraaa Church. (I>km? Chlcsgo. Dec. 27.-1 n this serrnon. on the last Sabbatb of the dylng year, the preacber sounds a loud call for re pentance of past slns and a resolutlon with dlvine hcip to begin a new Ufe ln Christ with the comlng year. The text is Luke xill, 5, "Except ye repent ye shall all llkewlse perlah." Great accldeuts genernlly have tbelr two classes of heroes. Tbe oue clsss ls cocuposed of dylng beroes, the other of livlng heroes. When, a few weeka ago, a coal train eraabed lnto tbe Big Four apeclal which was carrying a thousand follege studeuts aud tbelr friends to lodlanapolla to ptay for the state foot ball ihanipionahip tbe young men who were uuhurt pulled and tugged at ttie daralled cara They lifted up tbe man gled bodies of the dylng. and tbey col lected the mutllated temalns of tbe dead. Young glrla wbo In ordinary lifs would have screamed at tbe aigbt of a tuouse or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 January 1904

ttmnm VOLtTME XIII. AWeekly Journal Deyoied 10 tMMBterwtert jincasterCounty in Particmar; the Worthern Hecfc and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World ai large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, PRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1904. NUMBBB 16. MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay the frtigbt, mnd guaraniee safe dvlivery. Largest Stock in the SoutL lllustratod Cata'ogue Frec. Katabliahed 1818. THE CQUPER MARBLE WORKS, 159, 161 and .63 Rank Si., NORFOLK, VA. KKKO O. SMITII. (i <?. W. M>COY. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP B ENGINE BUILDERS. Marine Raihray, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. Maohiuists, Boilermakerc, Ulacksmiths, sliip Carpcuters. Caulk era. .loiuers and Paluterg furuislied at sliort notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Mlantic St.. NORFOLK, VA. NOW LISTENT THIS IS NO JOLLY. We are prepareJ to sell you WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, MOULDING, PAINTS, HARDWARE, GLASS, and BUILDING MA...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 January 1904

Sfti ^itgima WxtizttL DBMLOCRATIC WEEKLY. BUB8CRIPTION: $1 a year.ia advance W. HcDONALI) LEK. ED1TOB. All communicatloua or buatnoaa lettera ?bould baaddreaaed to the VihoiniaCitizen. Irvlmrton, Va.. to reoelve prompt attontlon Frlday, Janaary lo, HMti. Undoubtkdly the greateat nieea our State laws have been in within a generation ia at preeent existing The marriage licenae conglomeration waa only a aarnple of a dozen or niore occisioned chiefly by legialati ve action on the new Conatitution. We doabt if any other State Buffera its legiala tive body to keep aeoret, aa it were, important laws nntil some kindly pnblisher runa acrosa them, one by one, and gives them to the pnblic, generally weeka after they were en acted. True, the Uichmoud papera publiah daily doinga of the Legisla ture, bnt thia is gratuitous, and in moat caaco the paaaage of a law is noted as being amendment to aection Bo-and-ao of the Code, without any, intimation aa to ite purpoee. Thia ahould not be aa The inten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 January 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All commuDlcatiOM ahould be addrcaaad to j the ViBotaiA Crrizxa. Irviujrton. Va. Eugene Oix waa in Baliimore laat week. _ Social Circle ne.xt Mouday night at the bome of Mra. T. J. llaydon. George R. Fincb, salesman, was ice boand In Irvington several daya. Fresta Pork and Boef will bo fouud at Mn elck. Long A Co.'a ererr Saturday. Ladiea of the Parsonage aociety held a meeting yeaterday (Thuraday). Mra. J. B. Smith, the inmatea of the Anaderny and othera eick are all out, or improving. Mr. aud Mrs. Mouroe lngram and daughter, Mlsa Oua, apcnt Friday and Saturday laat at the home of R. F. Neekins. Go to Smitb, the old reliable Reglatercd Drugglat, Irvington, Va. Make eveiybody pay you what they owe you; tben you pay the Citixkn what you owe It. "Short, quick paymcnt9 make long frienda." B L Willing Is adding a porca to his dwelllug and in other w?\s improviug hia home. George T. tjwataj also te cently built a pre'.iy pn rcb to biahouae. Don't forgct about our tine llne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 January 1904

TALMAGE SERMON ?t By Rev. FRANK DE VVITT TALMAGE. D.D.. >Faat?r ol Jcflerson Farh Praaby tertavn Charcb. Chicaso Los Augeles. Cal., Jan. 3.?In this sermon. preached ber"e today to an au dieuce rcpresenting many states of tbe Un<pn. Fastor Talmage aounds a vlgor ooa call for Increased gospel aethitlos ia roany flelds durlng the new year and especlally among tbosc that He neareat at band. The text Is Matt zt, 7, "Go ye also iuto tbe vineyard." A proviHH'tive theine! It ls especlally appropriate for the flrst sermon of a new year. This is not a time to aound n requlem over the dead. It is a time when the gospel colors should be ua ftirled defiantly to the breere and when an aggresslvs campaign abould be planncU for invndlng the strongholds of evil surrounded by Sutanic lntrench menta. "Forward, marcb!" should be the command all along tbe linea, not "Mark tiine!" not "Halt!" not "Fall back!" not detailment for scntinel duty. We should have for the gospel ranks a grand chargo and n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 22 January 1904

giitia (&HHm VOLUMB XIII. | Weekly Joutnal Detoted to the Interests^lancastBr County in ParticularMhe Worttiern Neck and Bappahannoct Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAT, JANUARY 22, 1904. NUMBEB 17. MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay the frtlght, and guarantee aafe delivery. Largest Stock in the Scuth. Ulustratcd Cata'ogue Free. Eatabliahed 1848. THE COUPER MARELE WORES, 159, 161 and 163 Bank St., NORFOLK, VA. rKKI) O. SM1TII. <5KO. W. MrfOY. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP m ENGINE BUILDERS. Mariae Railway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. MachloTsta, Boilcrmakera, ltliu'ksmillis, S'lip Cariicntcrs. Caulk. era, Joluers and Palutcrs ftirnl&heri at short notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. VIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A. IMASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Atlantic St.. NORFOLK, VA. NOW LISTENI THIS IS NO JOLLY. Wi are prepured to aell you WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, MOULDING, PAINTS, HARDWARE, GLASS, and BU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 22 January 1904

DasBIOCRATIC WESKLT. 8URSCRIPTION: $1 a year.ln advance W. MeDONALD LEE. EDITOR. All oommunicatlous or businees letters sbould b* addreseed to the ViruimiaCitisbm. Irvlnaton. Va, to reeeive prompt atteutlon Friday, January 22, 1904. THE RIVER TKADS. The Frederickaburg papera are annoue for better commuuicaUon with thia aection. So are we, and we will join with them in taking the proper step8. Here ia a aeosible view and auggeation on the aubject from one of the papera of tbat cit\: Approach Henry Williams.eaq., Preai deut of the Weetne line, pnwnt the scbenie to him iu abuBinee* way and forbusinetw purpoeee;get him intereated inthescheuie. Aak him to give ua the facilitiee to meet thewnuta of tue river peopleto come here quirkly nnd ronifortably. Make it to the intereat of the Weerus Steamboat Co. to give usthis rivef line of one or moreboata of light draught, comfortably and con veniently constructed for this trade. There ia nothing that we know of more importnnt to the buaineea me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 22 January 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All comnuotcatlona abould be addrraeoa to the Viikjimia Crrizss. Irviaatou. Va. E.D.Alvord,of8outhNor*a!k, Conn., la vleiting the editor of the Citizbs. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ashburn, of Tay lor'a Creek, bave beea reportel alck. Howard O. Kock, of Kihuarnock, apeut Saturday and Sunday with frlends here. Artbur Measick last week paseed ex aminatlou for pllot'a llcense lu Balti? more. Go to Smith, the old reliable Reglstered Druggtat, Irvington, Va. Skatlng.skating every where! and no body asks where the ice is, for it is alao everywhere. W. K. Lee, ltvirytnan, has moved to the old bome of Jaa, II. Willey, near this village. The suave and cordlul II. Millard Gresham, salesman, waa abaking hauds in our village Wedneaday. Hairy VYatera, who spent a season with hia parents iu Baltimore, haa returucd and taken up hia dutles at the hsh factory. Fresh Pork and Beef will bo found at Mea? sick, Long- S Co.*s everv Saturday. MIsaes Grace and Hubinctte Lee spent Saturday aud Sunday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 22 January 1904

TALMAGE SERMON m ' By Rev. FRAWK DE WITT TALMAGE. D.D.. A IHater of Jcfferson Parfc Preaby Barhaa Church. Chtcage Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 10.?In thia sermon the natiou's flagrant, besettlng ein. easy dlroree, aud the incongruous caaflict of atate laws on the anbject are unsparingly characterlced. The gjrearhsr indtcates the only way out of U?is lDtnorul tnogle which ia wreeklng the home and desecrstlag tbo marriage altar. The text ia Mark x, 0, "What therefore God hath jolned together 1st not man put aBuoder." As the clvii war was the mortal clash betwecn two confllcting Ideas, so to day we flnd conaicting ideas lu mortal oouibat over the roarrlags altar. Tbe one la the Chriat ldea. wbich declarea that marriage Ib not a eoufedsratlon that oan be brokea at will. but an in dlssohable union. Tb'.s ldea naserts tbat after marriage tbe twaiu ln every senss becojaes one. Tbe second idee declares ibat easy divorce is not a crlme, but often. for the social good, a nscesalty. It sajB that wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 January 1904

irginm (Biltem Weekly Journal Devoted to the lateresls of j.ancaster Counly in Particular; the Horthern Necfc and Rappahannocfc Yalley in General, and rhe Worid at Large. VOLUMB XIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1904. NUMBEB 18. MONUMSNTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay the frtight, aml guarantee Bafe deiivery. Largest Stock in the South. lllUBtratod Cata'oguc Free. BBtablisbcd 1848. THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS, 159, 161 and 163 Bank Si? KORFOLK, VA. FRKll ?>. Milill. <.K<>. *V. MeCOT. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP m ENQINE BUILDERS. Marine Railway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. Machinists, Boilerniakcrs, Black.Hiiiitlis, Ship Carpenters, Caulk <ts Joiuers aml Patntcrs t'uriiislietl at sliort notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. YIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Biinds, Hardware, Mantels, Q rates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Allanlic Sl., NORFOLK, VA. NOW LISTENT THIS IS NO JOLLY. We arc prepared to sell you WINDOWS, DOORS. BLINDS, BRACKETS, MOULDING, PAINTS, HARDWARE,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 January 1904

fcfc* $uj|iitu mHst?u DEMOCBATIC WEEKLT. 8UB8CRIPTION: $1 a year.la advance W. MeDONALD LEE. EDU OR. AJ)VEBTI8INO RATKS. 3m. |6ta. | lyr. 10 cti. p*r Inob each Inscr'n, or 4.00 linohes. H column. 1 oolumn OH tnohes). VfTS per o?nt. addltlonal for speclal poal tlon Notloe* in readlDg coiumns, 10 conts per aonpareli lioe. OMtMArtes, relitfoua notloes of ?ntertatn aeou. excuraions. e tc.. one- bai f rotru lar ra t??. AM "communtcatlons or buslnees lettert ihould be ad<lreased to ttae VikoimiaCitizxn. Irvintrton, Va.. to reoelve proznpt attentloa Frlday, January U?.?, 1904. Fuom the few extracts that we have aeen of the Stubba' Baylor iioe bill we aie inclined to think it a very good meaaure. Practically, it means the retention of the Baylor aurvey, and commanda the Board of Fiah ertes to have reaurveyed any portion of the Baylor Line that petitioners may think hai been treapaaaed upon. For a year or more Surveyor Rudegar, under direction of the Board, has been engaged in doiog thie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 January 1904

TERM8 OF I'Ol'BTS. Uth Circcit-Jcduk T. K. H. Wkkiht. H1CHXONDCO. Kirat Monday Sn January. March. May, July. St>pu>uibcr and Novem ber. NORTflUMHERLANl) CO. Second Monday in February, Aprll. Juoc, Augu-t. tKtober and December. I*ANCA8TRRt;o. Third Monday ln January. March, May. July. Septeinber and Novem ber. WESTMORBLAND CO.- Kourth Monday ln Fei.ruary. Aprll. Junc. Aujrust, October and December. ESSBX CO.?Third Monday in Februarv. Aprll, Junc, Autruat, October and December 13TH ClRCUlT -JrjIKJK G. TATLOR UABNtTT. MIDDLKSEX CO.-Fourth Wedneaday in January. March. May. July. Scptember aud November. RELItilOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTIIODIST. Rbv. J. M. AxDF.usoN, raator. Irvlneton, Firat and Third Sundavs, 11 A. M.. Second and Fourth Suudav nigbus Prayer Meetiojr Wedneaday nljrbta. Whlte Stone. Flrnt and Third Sundays.SP.M.; Secoud and Fourth Sundays, 11 A. M. Fleot'a Ialand, Second Suuday. S P. M.; Third Sunday rrtuht. Poplar Neck, Fourth Sunday, 3 P. M. R?v. K. B. Benti.kt. Pastor....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 January 1904

*w TALMAGE SERMON By Rer. FRANK DC WITT TALMAGC. D.D.. bWBbI of Jeffaraaa Fark Praaby BMJBSl Church. Chicago Loa Angeles, Cal.. Jan. 24.?In thia expoaltlon of an "unwritlon scrmon," now given to the world as a aacred filial duty, the preaeher shows the lm portance of actJon aa the crlterion of a true and practlcal Christiau iife. The text la Proverba vl, 13, "He winketh with his eyes. he speak'-tb with his feet. bc teacheih with his fiugers." This is the lust text and the last ser tnonlc eaption my father ever wrote. When 1 was suuituoned to Washiugton duriug hia mortal illnesa I found upon his study desk a pluin aheet of paper, placed there with thctse niueteen words upon it, Just as he always wrote down his theme nnd text before he etarted hia sertnon. That brief uieiuorandum proved to me that had he not been qalckly suuimoned away by the uies songer of dcuth the next Berrnon be purposed to have wrltten would have been upon "the language of action.** Tl>ere wero no indicationa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 February 1904

itmnm k Weefcly Journai Devoted to ihe Interests qf lancaster County in Particular; the Horthern Hecl and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large. VOLUME XIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1904. NUMBEB 19. MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. Wc pay the frtijiht, and guarantee eafe delivery. Largest Stock in the South. Illustrated Cata'ogue Free. Establishcd 1848. THE COUPEE MARBLE WORKS, 159, 161 and 163 Bank Si? MJRFOLk, VA. i? i;i i> Ok BBUTH. <;i:o. w. m.ioy. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP & ENGiNE BUILDERS. Marine Railway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. . Macliinists. Hoilermakers, llltu-ksmitli*, Sbip Carponters. Caulk ers, tToiuers aud Painters f'uriiisliod at short notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, -iTIRGrllsriA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, Grates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Atlantic St, NORFOLK, VA. NOW LISTENI THIS IS NO JOLLY. We are prepared to sell you WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, MOULDING, PAINTS, HARDWAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 February 1904

&a* 4'iraittia gitigra. OCMOCKATIC WEEKLY. 8UB8CBIPTION: $1 a year.ln advance W. HeDONALD LEE. KDITOK. AH ?oaaaaunicsUous or bualaaaa letters Sbould beatldreaaed to tbe ViwiikiaCitikk, Irnnaton. Va.. to reoelve prompt attention Frlday, February R, liMH. AMONG THE PBESS. The Baltimore Evtning Neics, which is a boon to travelers on the Weems line of steamers, and all thia aection of Tidewater, waa viaited with a damagiog fire laat week. Tbe preaa room was so damaged that an? other printing establiahment had to be reaorted to to bring out the newsy paper to sunply the daiiy ' wanta of many tbouaands of readers. The management of the Xews showed its characteristic spirit of enter prise, and but for the news items on the aubject we would never have known that anything had happened to our friend. In euspending publication the editor of the Cavaiier, Richmond, unburdens his aoul in this eulogy: "In retiring from the field. I do so ' strcnger in my original belief in the greatuess of tb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 February 1904

TEKMH OF COUBT8. 12th Cihctit -JiihiiT. R. H. Wkkmit. RICHMONDCO.-Fimt Monday in January. March. May, July. Septeiuber and n ber, WORTHCMBF.Hl.A\I> ( o SssaBBl MsSBBBf io F*-bruary. Aprll, Juue, Augu^t. October and l>ecember. L \ N< W8TBRCO. Third Monday in January. Mareti, May, July. Septeniber and Novem ber. WB8TMORKI.AND CO.- Fourth Monday in February. Aprll. Juue, AuRuat. October and Doeember. X CO.-Third Monday in Februarv. A pril, Junc, Auimat. I Kt ober aud Dect ml is I 13rn CiucriT jirn<;ic 8. Twi.ok G vb.-vbit. MIDDLKSKX CO. Fourth Wednesday In January. March, May. Ju<y, Scptember and Novewber. Kl 1 H.liM s APPOINTMENTS. METHOIMST. Rav. J. M. Andkiwor, Pastor. Irvlnsrton. Flrat and Third Sundays. 11 A. M.; Second aod Fourth Sunday ultcht*; Prayer Meetlna WedBesdag n<?rhts. Whlte Stone, Firat and Thinl Stindnys.3 P. M.; Second and Fourth Sundays. II A. M. Fleet's Island. Second Sunday. 3 P. M.; Third Sunday nlnht. Poplar Neck. Fourth Sunday. 3 P. M. Rrv. R....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 February 1904

TALMAGE SERMON ?t By Rev. THANK DC WITT TALMAGE. D.D.. Faatsr ?* Jalfar?a Farii iVeabjr tariaun Chvth, ChicMo TLo? Angeles, Cal., Jan. 31.?To tbe churches and religious communitles that bave been tom by dlsscnsion or weakened by discord and defection tbis Benuon conveys a powerful und iuspir Ing lesson, showlng bow even a small couipany of Christians, acting as a bar monloua unit. may win great splrltual victories. Tbe text is Judges vli, C. "And tbe number of them that lapped, putting their hand to tbeir inoutb, waa three hundred men." No sinecurlat is the army's recruiting offlcer. In moet cases, whetber in peaee or war, the probiem wliich must be soived by tlie war department ls not "How can we reject our volunteers?" but "How can we persuade or even compel men to enlist in the rankB?" During America'a great clvll war all kealthy tnen in tbe south between the ages of eighteen nnd slxty were forced to sboulder a musket if unwilling to go as volunteers. whlle ln the north, after tb...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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