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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 February 1904

$itti?t VOLUME XIII. Ufeekly jouma^DewteiI tojthejnteresisjrf lancaster CoMiyto Particular; the Worthern Necfc and Bappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at larga. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1904. NUMBEB 20. MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay the frtight, and guaraoteo aafe delivery. Largest Stock in the South. Uluatrated Cata'ogue Free. Eatablished 1848. THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS, 159, 161 and 163 BaDk St., NORFOLK, VA. FKKl? O. SOIITII. <iKO. W. Md'UV. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP &. ENGINE BUILDERS. llarine Railway, 1,500 Toas Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. Maclilnists, lioUcriiiakera, Blacksm << hs, sbip Carpeotert*. Caulk <ms. .Toiuert) and Patutcrs l'uriilshert at sliort notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, YIRGHNIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Atlantic St. NORFOLK, VA. HOW LISXE1STT THIS IS NO JOLLY. We are prepared to sell you WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, MOULDING, PAINTS, HARDWA...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 February 1904

*** #m,ima CitigrtiJ OKMOCRATIC WEEKLY. BUB8CRIPTION; $1 a year,In advaoce W. MeOONALD LEE, EDITOB. ail opmmumoatloua or bualneoa lottora wriB^ton, To^ to rocolre prompt attention Friday, February 12, 1904. BALTIMORE'8 CALAMITY. Outaide of the city of Ualtimore no more intereated people were found than along the Rappabanuock and Potomac. Although we may be aaid to belong to Baltimoie, just now ?11 acted as though Baltimore be loDged to ua. All work waa aua pended and people ic the Northern Neck flocked to the telephone officea to hear the "latest" tidinga, and deep grief waa aeen ou every couotenance. Not until the following telegram from Mr. Henry Williatus, nreaident of tbe Wtema Line, wa3 received along the Northern Neck telephone line Tueeday noon did oor people * breathe a aigh of relief. His mea ?age read: "Flreaubdoed. Bualness golog on aa ?aa*l. "Hbnht Williams." Hardly a businccs man in thia nection of Tidewater Virgiali will not feel some persoual loes, to say notbing of s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 February 1904

LOUAL. MENTION. All comtnuolvMtlor.il ahould be nit lrcaaod to the ViRuixiA v-iTizcji. IrvtnKton. V?. Miaa Allce Smither, of Kilmarnock, haa been vlalting Miaa Mary Lcc thts week. Mra. A. N. Trlble !eft Wedncsday for Harrieburg, P?., to apeud a month with frlenda. 8unday ia 8t. Valentine's day. Lucky if you dodge the comic papeis SatuVday and Monday Baptlat Soclal Circle will raect at the home of Mra. Maggie Wilder Monday nlght nezt. Freah Pork and Beef will be found at Mee ?Ick, Long 4 Co.*a every Saturday. The Citi/.bn returna thanka to S. M. Lyell & Co. for late Infcrmation ahout Baltimore's nre. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brewlngton had a bright little boy added to their family last week. Misa Lommie McKeuney, of lbcris, after aome weeka' aickncaa at home, re? turned Monday to the Chesapeake Acad emy. Mra. Jas. C. Roweand two children, of Frederickaburg, reached here Weducs day on a vlait to the lady's mother, Mra. Orenlha Mcsalck. Comic and Sciitimental Vulen tinea at Smlth's Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 12 February 1904

TALMAGE SERMON ? By Rarr. FRANK DE WITT TALMAGE. D.D.. rketer ef JafUraon fark Prasbv lii Cburch. CbicaLgo Lo? Angeles, Cal., Feb. 7.?At the time when tbe whole nation is honor lng the memory of Lincoln tbis annl veraary sermon aheds a new aud Inter estlng llght upon the character of tbe arateeman-presldent The text la Jamea v, 8. "Be ye alao patlent" "What waa the most powerful ad dress you ever heardV" I onee asked my fatber ln one of our conversations when journeylng around the world. "Well," be replied. "I have listened to nearly all the great American oratora of my time. I have been personally acquainted with most of theru and bnve spoken from the aumc platform wltb many of them. But witbout any doubt tbe greateet addreaa I ever heard?If lt la to be Judged by lts electric and overwbelming luntantaneous effect? waa that delivered by Ilenry W. Grady of Georgia ln 188G at the annual ban quet of the New England society. I bad just finiahed a apoech on 'The Com Ing Anierlcnn' when M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 February 1904

gttua CiJMett VOLUMB XIII. I WeeMy Journal Devoted to the laterests of lancaster County in Particular; the Northern Neck and Rappahannock Yalley in General. and the World at large IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904. NUMBEB 21 MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. Wt pay the frcigbt, and guarantee aafe delivery. Largest Stock in the South. lllustrated Cata'ogue Free. Establisbtd 1S4S. THE COUPER KARBLE WORKS, 159, 161 and 163 Bank St.. NORFOLK. VA, I'KIll t>. VM'III. UCO. \V. MrroY. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP & ENQINE BUILDERS. Marine RatiVay, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. Mncllii:i?t?. lioilcrniukers, Blacksmillis, Sblp CitrpcutprK. Cuulk crj?, Joiuert* aml l?aiiit<TM I'lirtilslied at short notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, Qrates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 antl 25 Atlantic St.. NORFOLK, VA. NOW LISTENT THIS IS NO JOLLY. We nre prep-.rod to sc!l you WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, MOUIiDINQ, PAINTS, HA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 February 1904

ai *trninia (Citiea. OKMOCRATIC WEEKLY. ?UBSORIPTION: $1 a year.ln advance W. MeDONALD LEE, EDITOH. **' ?osainunicatious or business letters saeuld be addressed to the Viroinia CiTir.su, Irviaaton. Va,, to reoelve protnpt attention Prlilay. February ltt, 1904. A LIQUOR DEMAND. Here are a few concessions the liquor people are aakingof the Legia lature: To reduce tbe State license tax. To lessen the peualty for Sunday vio lations. To pro ratc and retura license tsxes wbere a "wct" district goeB "dry." To give dealers uinety days in which to dtspose of goods after a local optiou electlon which results adveraely to those engaged in the liquor tratllc. Waviug aaide all their demauds ezcept the aecond, let us see what that means. The whiskey people ask our Legislature to reduce the penalty for selling liquor on Sunday and naakiug people drunk; they ask that for a crime against God, human sonta and the law of tbe land tbe penalty, $100 to $500, jailing and maybe license revoked be reduced!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 February 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All oommualeattoiui ahould be addrvaaod to tJiI \ llKilMA v.'!TIZt.N. Loyola Lalaad was Iu Baltlaaora thia week on buslucjb. Mrs. L II Hilee gave a Fllnch Party on Wedneaday evening of this week. Tuesday ulght was prohably our cold est, and tbe thermometer reglslered %* above 0. Police steamer Iiappabuunock, Capt. lludgiua, harbored here one nit^bt recently. Fresh Pork and Beef will be found at MsS> ?Ick, Long & Co.'s evei t Saturday. F. J. McDonough.salesmau.of Deuver, Colorado, ls bcre witb his family for a ahort while. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene George are at tbe home of tbe forimr's sister, Mrs Agnes Itlke, In this villago. We are ludebted to Hawks Maupin Co, Porisruoulb, and R. A. Banning, Baltimore, for pictures and ralcudara. Go to Smitb, tbe nlJ rcliaUu lteglsiurtd Druggist, Irvington, Va. Mias Lydia lleath bas Usucd carda for a Washing<->u'3 Birthuight Sotial ou February '^ad, 11KU, hour* s |q V2 p. m. Judge J. C. EweH, Capt. J. F. Bellows and others at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 19 February 1904

TALMAGE SERMOM By Rev. ntANK DF: wiTT TALMAGE. D.D., , Paator of Jafferaon Park Preaby tarisui Church. Chicavgo Los Angeles. Cal.. PslV ll-In deal fcag wltb those uiysteries of religion tbat are beyoud hutunu understnnding aad which many flnd a stuuiblluj{ block Ba bellef the preaeher In this sernion arajes their acceptance by faitb ns tbe flrat esseutlal step toward elucldatlon. The text ls I Tlruothy ill, 16, "Great ls tha ruystery of godliness." Iguorauce is u stunted seoffer. As a dwarf sbe will ridicule the helplng hand of knowledge, which she ls too short of staturc to rench. As an leon oclastlc waif of the street shc will hurl dertslve mlssiles at the t>ig square wiu dows of the touiple of wlsdoui, whose walls she is too puny to topple dowu. "Come," said an aristocratic but very Ignorant wouian of I.ondon to her guest? "coiue into the front room. 1 wuut to sbow you n poor, crazy, dtPfld ed and yet harrnless old man. He seems to have uu Intelllgent taee, bot there be slts !...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 February 1904

flinia ! VOLUME XIII. * Weekly Journal Devoied to the interesis ot Lancaster Ccunly in Particular; the Horthtrn Neck and Rappahannocfc Valley in Ceneral, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1904. NUMBEB 22. HONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES. We pay Ibe frtigbt, aml guarautee aafe delivciy. Largcst Stcck in the South. ' Ulustrated Cata'ogue Free. KitablUhud ' THE COUPER HARBLE WORKS, 159, 161 and 163 Bank Si., NORFOLK, VA. FKKI) O. RMITH. <;ko. \t. M.-COY. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP & ENGINE BUILDERS. Marine Railway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. >l:uliiiiists. DoilcrmakcrK, BlacksiniMis, Ship Carponters, i'nulk its, .Joincrs aml l*aintors 1 urnl!*lie<l at aliort notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Biinds, i Hardware, Mantels, G rates. ? $. i C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 allintic St- NORFOLK, VA. GET THE HABIT OF PURCHASING YOUR MATERIAL FROM US. The manner in wlildi \vc handlo our cuBtotncrs is mich tbat ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 February 1904

tnr ?ir?htia aKfiam DBMOCRATIC WEEKLT. ?UBSCRIPTION: $1 a year.ln advance W. MeDONALD LEE, ED1T0B, Alloonmuntcations or buslneaa letters ?fcould be addreaeed to the V'ihoinia Citizen. IrTlaaton, Va.. to reoelve prompt attention Frltlay, February 20, 1004. THE MEASLEY RICHMOND MAIL. The Citizbn's editor bas recently had occaaion to refute certain coui plainta to the Poatoffice Department to the effect that the Iittle ateamer '? Owen Dillard was not doing her duty aa a mail carrier and waa largely at fault for continuoua fail -are of tbe Ricbmond maila to get to tbe Northern Neck on time. The complaint waa lodged by Lancaa triana, lomeof whom were probably ruialed aa to the facta, concluding that tbe annoying irregularity lay at the door of Capt. 13ayton. Sinoe it ia in the line of our buai neaa, none in thia aection are better poated aa to mail schedulea, none more intereeted or more vitally affected tban we. At timea the busineaa of ranning a newapaper in the lower Northern Neck aat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 February 1904

LOUAL MENTION. All communtcations ahould be addretaed to the Viruinia Oitizkm. IrviUKtou. Va. II. O. Rock, of Kilmaruotk, apent Suu day and Mouday here. The Citizen keepa contracta for toma to cannera and growers always on band. Capt. A. J. Hamllton and W. 1). W ilder on Tuesday dld aome repairing to tbe local 'phoue llne. Mra. F. P. McGinuis and llttle son, Ford, of Ottoman, apeut a few days re cently here with her brother, T. J. Dix. Freah Fork and Ueef will be found at Mes alck, Long a Co.'a every Saturday. Wm. Oerbard,uf tbe llopkiua Tailor ing Co. (M Wittgenaleln al Co ) ia in tbis aection aolicillug ordera for bls pop ular houae, wbicb eacaped the lire. As an indicaliou of how much belter distant mail facililiea are than local a aubacriber in Nortb Caroiina writea the Citizen tbat sbe haa miaaed but two iaaues in ovet 3 yeara' time. Weconfoundedthe Kilmarnock troupe with tbe one playing "Dot, the Minet'a Duughter." Tbe drama waa golieu up and plajed by theyoung peopleof Fleet'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 26 February 1904

TALMAGE SERMON ?t By Rer. ntANK DE WITT TALMAGE. D.D.. i Pastor ol JfIfer?on Pmrk Pr*?by tariaui Camrcb. Cbkavgo Lo* Angeles. Cal., Feb. 21.?In this acrmon tlie prencher soiuuls the Lent en cnll to all clnsses -the social devo tee. the buaineaa man, tho bumble worker and the bomekeeper. tbe rich and the poor alike?as a Hummous to the nnuuai dutles of tbe season of spir Itnal preparation. Tbe text ia Jocl 1. 14, "Snnctify ye a fast; call a soletun asseuiblagc." Tbe Presbyterian church has enrolled among lts leaders many iutellectual theoioglans. Entltled to a prominent . place among them by his learulng, phil osophlc acumen and sanctitfcxi comuion seuse ia Dr. Francis L. Patton, former ly president of Prlneeton universlty and now president of Prlnceton Theo logical semiuary. Muuy of bla weighty utteranees have Itnpressed me, but noue more thnn one be made on tbe value and uaefulneasi of tbe Episcopalian church. Hia words ln substance were: "I be lleve the Episcopallun church ia one o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 4 March 1904

mrnu A Weekly Journal Devoted to ihe Interesls ot Lancaster County in Particular; the Worthern Neck and Happahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at Large. VOLUME XIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAROH 4, 1904. j -? NUMBEB 23. Mth!? O. SMITII. <.KO. %\. MeCOT. SMITH & JVICCOY, SHIP & ENGINE BUILDERS. Marine Eailway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. MacliinistH, Boilermakers. lllHC-ksmitlis. Sl.ip tY.rp?'i.ters, Caulk ers, tloiuers and Patnters lurnlslio<l at ^Iiort notiee. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, "STIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, ? ? J T . Hardware, Mantels. G rates. -< C. A. NASH <& SON. 21, 23 and 25 Mlantic St.. NORFOLK, VA. GET THE HABIT OF PURCHASINC YOUR MATERIAL FROM US. The manner in ?which we handle our customers ia auch tbat wheu we once make a sale the purchasir nevtr goea elsewbere. Thia aeaaon will be a buay one, bnt we ure fully equal 10 lt, antl are preparing to handle our trade wilh all posaible riis patch. It is? conip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 4 March 1904

?kf ^irnittia (Pinzra. OIMOCRATIO WEEKLY. ?UBSCRIPTION: $1 a year.in advance W. ?cUONALU ^.EE, EDITOR. aA,,.J00"?un,omt>ous or bualnos* letters aaould boaddroaaed to th? VikoiniaCitixbr. Irriaaten. Va^ to rooelvo prompt attentloo Frlday, March 4, UMM. LOOK1NQ BXtKWARD We wiah to call attentiou to theae worda in an editorial in our iaaue of Deoember 11th laat: "Somelimes all propheciea and algns fall, aad tben tbe prophet is without honor in all couotriea. It is not our deaire to poae aa a weather prophet. bot we wiah to call the attentiou of our peo? ple to the proapect of a aevere winter before them in erder that they may make abundant preparation. The recogn'zcd weatber prophets predict a hard winter-. the abundance of wild fruita and nuta alao point that way, but in our locallty we bave a atlll atronger indlcation. - Not foa yeara before have the aalt water been covered even to a amall extent witb ica ao early aa November. Laat month we bad considerable ice on our lalt inleta,...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 4 March 1904

LOCAL MKNTION. All communicationa ahould Tr allriaioS to the Viruimia Citizrn. IrtiiiKton. Va. Aid Soclety twnlght (Friday) nt home of J. C. Brewington. Moslca! on last Tuesday night at the Academy was highly enjoyed. ? W. McD. Lce, F. G. New bill and B. S. Ilaranionda go to Richmond this week Kreah Pork and Beel will be found at Mea elck. Long & Co.'a ovcry Saturduj. Police Stearuer Itarpabannock, Oapl W. E. Hudglm,'h?rbjied bere Monday night. _ Griff Garner bas returned from long cruising aa mate on an Eastera Sbore schooner. We return tbanks to the Antikanmia Cuemical Co , St. Louia, for beaullfui caiiu lar. Go to Smitb, the olJ reliable Kegislered Druggist, Irvington, Va. Information lsthat Lewis N. Blake, at cancer hoapllal in Richmond, ia improv tog. His aupposed cancer proved not to be a cancer. Sprio? is upon us. Boys aud young men loafiug and playing at marblea ia an lafallible aign tbai doea not wait for the budding of the treea E. T. George left to "go aboard" Capt. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 4 March 1904

TALMAGE SERMON at By Rev. rRANK DE WITT TALMAGE. D.D., - i r?alor of JrfTtraon Parlt Freaby tartavn Church, ChicaSo IiOB Angeles, Cal., Feb. 28.-In thia BBiuion tbe prvacber wakes a atrung appval against the evlla uf race and social prejudlce and in favor of candld and frlendly deallngs wltb each otber ln all the relatlona of life. Tbe text ls John iv, 4, "And he niust needs go through Samarla." No iuhii'b cducation Is complete un laaa he has traveled. There is a hlgher diploma than that of Yale, Ilarvard, Prinoeton, Oxford, Cambrldge, Heidel berg or the University of Tarls. The rougb diamond niust t>e cut aud pol lshed before lt can spnrkie and glit ter and flnsh. Tbe scholar's ragged metal edges ahould be smoothed off by personal contact with tbosc .peoples wbose hlBtories be bas been studyiug sjb a recluse and n* a delver lu tuusty toiuee. The word "Venice" has for the most of us a poetic signlficanee, but tbe name never bas its full charm for any but tbose wbo bave floated ln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 11 March 1904

xrgiitia iltem k Weekly journal Devoted to the Interests of Lancaster County in Particular; tte Horthern Heck and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and rhe WorM at Large. VOLUMB XIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MAROH 11, 1904. NUMBEB 24, KKK!? U. SMITII. ?iK(). \v. Mfi-ov. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP & ENGINE BUILDERS. Marine Railway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Kepairing a Specialty. MachlniHtM. Boilermakers, Blacksinttlis, Bfelp Carpenters, Caulk ers, ?Juluers aud Paiutors turnlsluMi ut .sliort notice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, YIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, Grates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Mlantic St? NORFOLK, VA. GET THE HABIT OF PURCHA8INC YOUR MATERIAL FROMI US. The manner in which we handlu our cusiomers is such that when we ODce make a sale the purctaaser never goea elsewhere This seaaoa will be a busy one, hnt we are fuUy equal to it, and are preparing to handle our trade wlth all poaaible dla* patch. It is compulaory on the purt of out employes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 11 March 1904

OEHOCRATIO WEEKLY. BUR8CRIPTION: $1 a year.ln adTaaca W. ReBONALB LEE. EBITOR. All ooaaatuaioattona or bualn?aa lettere aaeuld beaddreaaed to the VikuiniaCitizbr. lrrtaxtoa. Va., to raoetve pronapt attaution Frlday, March 11, 1?U4. wt ?? Herk comes the Norfolk papers Jcicking because they get their New York mail at night instead of at noon of each day! Juet thiuk of us, fn this enlightened corner, the cradle of statesmen which made the Old Dominion and the Union famous, where we never get New York, Baltimore or Wasbiugton papers under 24 hours, the Norfolk papers until they are 36 hours old, and oftentimea hoary wilh sixty honrs; the Richmond papers ne?er younger than 12 hours and oftener 36 or 60 honrs of age, and letters for us posted six uiiles away takiog a week's tour of exploration through Biiltimore or Richmond before re turuing to Lancaster and place of deatination! This is no joke, but downright truth. In explanation of the latter we will say that tbere are postoffices not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 11 March 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All eomnmotcatton* ahould be addreaaed to tba Viauinia Citizek. lrvtQKton. Va. Revrnuecnto-r Windoin.rapt. Mi-Cuire, harbored herv three day* the pnst >\ <???!;. Jno. (Jeorge. ol Frbnnna, spent Mon dnv night with his aiater, Mrs. Agne* Rilee. Miaaj Kate tieorgv, of Bertrand. ifj viaiting her amter. Mra. Sallie Jamea Tuewlnv. Miss Berau-e L. Kowe, who haa been in Wa*hmutoti thepast si\ inonths, returncd home W^liutnlav. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Dnmetvl sj>eiit Sunday with the lady's motSMT, Mrn. \V. L. Tidlt'y. at Dsookvats. Freah Pork and Beer will be fouud at Mca alck, Lon* a Co.'a everr Saturday. lifaV t'rozier IVttiugal left Tuesday for Raltimore to enter upon her spring work with Armstrong. Cntor I <?>. J. T. Uilee, Miaa (Jladyw Kilcv. Frank Q. Newbill. Melvin Milby and Capt. W la Mnrick were ba Baltisaora this week. Mr. and Mrs. .Jno. F. (iouldman, Jr., entertnined a mimber of frissais Wsda? day evening with a progreaaiva flim-h party. Mrx. W. H. MiUhell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 11 March 1904

TALMAGE SERMON By Rev. FRANK DC WITT TALMAGC. D.D.. Paalar of Jaffaraon Park Praaay tariaa Church. Chicajo Los Aogeles, Cal., March 6.?In this aermon the prencher dlscusses the psychologlcal phenomena of mlnd in fluenctng luind and slsows how the aoul may be elevated and encrgizad by divine influence. The text is Acts x, 11, "And he aaw heaven opeued and a certain vessel descendin^;." Theory ia often little more thnn the fiae art of guessing. It ia sometimea tbe way of concenling tbe fact tbat you do not kuow a thlng, by uslng Bclentific lauguage. It la tbe verbal means we have of dressing up specula tk>n to irrnkp it look plnusible. But there are certain causations imposslble to annlyze, and lenrued answers only make tbe phenomena the uiore inysteri ous. Wbat ia apecifie gravlty? "That la the phyaical law," jou auawer, "which Iaaac Newton diseovered. Sittlug one ? day nader an overarching tree branch ln hia orchard, he felt a puff of wind npon hia eheek. Tbe overhanKing branch s...

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