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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 March 1904

xtMnm = ^i011!"31 Pei'otelto_t'LB lnt8fists of Lancastef Coi"lty'" Parl'c"larLthe Horlhern Weclt and Bappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at large. VOLUMB XIII. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904. NUMBEB 25. i r.KD o. smi i ii ?.KO. \V. M. IOV. SMITH & LVfCCOY, SHIP & ENGINE BUILDERS. Marine Railway, 1,500 Tcns Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. Machinists, noilermukcrs, IJhu-kMit ith?. (arpent? rs, Catilk ers, ,loim?rs aml l?t*lntors tarnlaJaed at short notlctit 205-221 WATER AVEttUE. NORFOLK, VIROINIJL. Sash, Doorsf Blinds. Hardware, Mantels, Q rates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Atlantis St., NORFOLK, VA. GET THE HAB.T OF PURCHASINC YOUR MATERIAL FROM US. The miiiner in which vVB haadle OBf eaatoaaSTI \s such that wfini ara oaca aaaka ? sale iUc purchaaer asvtr | ..here This aeasou will bc a busy oaa, bat BS are fully iqual to It, aml nru Biaparlai lo liBiulle our Irade with uli posaihlc <Ua patcaa. It is? eoaipul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 March 1904

wW ttffttui (?itiztu. OINOCKATIC WKF.KLY. 8UBSCRIPTION: $1 a year, in advance W. EeDONALD LEE. EDITOR. ? 11 coaanauntcatloua or buaineaa lettera ahauld be addreaaed to the Vikoima Citizbn, Irrlaaton. Va., to reoelve prompt atteutloo FYlday, March 18, 1904. "Thk aelection of (Jol. Johu S. Har wood, of Kichmond, as chief of staff, vfde Col. Geo. C. Cabell, resigned, ia an admirable aelection by Uovernor Montagne. No man 111 the St ate is betfter qualified for or has more ex perience in staff" positions than Col. Harwood. The highest efliciency of the staff is assured by the appoint mmit. of this chieftain. Col. Ilar wood is widely known in this section where he has large family conntc tioot, and his ability and sterling worth are equally as well recoguized. It was passing strange, as well ae gratifying, that we saw no Virginia parxr take a lling at Senator Martin for votiug for the naval appropria tion. No?yes?no, we are wrong; we did see a column or so of condemua tiou in one weekly....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 March 1904

LOUAL MENTION. All comtBuoluaMoua should be addreaeea to the Vikuimia CtnzKN. Irvluxtcn. Va. Melvin Mdby ia vialting hia parental home in King and Ujueen. Bocaal Circle will mtet Monday night at home of Mra. Geo. T. Lokey. Epworth League Soclal tonight (Frl day) at home of J. C. Brewlngton. Pollce steamer Uappahannock.Caplaln lludglna, harborcd here Tueaday night. Mra. J. 11. Baugher, of Baltimore, Ia vlaiting her aister, Mra. L. M. Irrlng, at thia place. Kreah Pork and Beef will be found at Mea eick, Long a Co.'s everv Saturday. The Citizbm's edilor ia just back from a bueiuesa irip to Kichmoud of uearly two weeka. Frank Setile, of Notlhumberland, waa the gueat Saturday and Sunday of Dr. and Mra. J B. Smith. A. II. Leonard left for Cape Charles Tueaday night to accept poaiiioa with J. B. Jonea Packing Co. Mias Liah WiHing was the gueat of Miaa Grace Cottingham at her home at Ottoman Saturday and Sunday. The Citizen keepa contracta for toma to canuers and growera always on hand. Cap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 18 March 1904

TALMAGE SERMON m 8y> Rev. FftANK DC WITT TALMAGE. D.D.. ****** af Jeffcrson P?rV Prcaby ??ria-o Church. Cbicaao Loa Angeles. Cal.. Marcb 13.?Tbla aermon ia a good natured rebuke to tbe prevalent lack of decorutu aaaasjg the worahlpera ln our American ctiurcbee aad a piea for the observauce of ? eertaln raaaonable etiquette. equal at leaat to tbat which we observe ln our worklly relations. The text ia 1 Tlm ?thy ill, 15, "That thou maycst know how thou ougbte8t to behuve tbyself la tbe house of God." Are you a parent? ITuve you ever dresaed up your little chiidren and eent them forth alone to visit when they were about ten or twelve yeara of age? Then you have knowp tbe anzieties of a mother or fatber as to tbeir aocial bebavlor. Before they 'go you aay: "Now, son, be carefui about your manners. When you enter Mrs. So-and-so's home take off your hat and place it upon the ball rnek. Be care? fui and don't bandle tbe vasea in tbe parlor. and don't squinu on your cbair. When ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 March 1904

xtQinvct (Biltem VOLUMB XIII. * Weefcly Joatnal Devoled lo ihe Interests of Lancaster Counly in Particular; the Worthern Heck and Rappahannocfc Valley i, General. and the World it taree. _ IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIBAY, MAROlF 25, 1904. ' NUMBEB 26. KKKt) o. SMITII. UKO. W. Mt-CUY SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP & ENQINE BUILDERS. Marine Railway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairiag a Specialty. MaohiniHtM, Boilermakers. BlackanilthM, Sbip Carpenter*, Cauik ers, Joluers and Painters furnlahed at sliort uotice. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. YIRGINIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, Q rates. C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 ?rt 25 Atlantic St.. WORFOLK, VA. QET THE HABIT OF PURCHA8INC YOUR MATERIAL FROM US. Tbe mmner io whlch we >andl? onr coatomcra te awck tbat wbeu we ooce makc a aale tbe purcbaaer never goea eluewhere Tbia muob will be a buay one. bot we are fully equal to It, and are preparing to bandle oar trade wltb all poaatble dla patcb. It lt compultory on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 March 1904

*ai 4it()iuirt Cih2?u DEMOCRATIC WKKKLY. BUBSURIPTION: $1 a year, in adYance W. McDONALD LEE. EDITOR. All oonmuntcattous or tmataesa lettera ahould be addresaed to the Vikuinia Citix?n, Irrlnxton. Va., to reoelvo prompt attetitlon Frlday, March 2f>, liiiil. 18 SENATOR MARTIN A DEMO CRAT? Itis Ytry unfortunate.aubjects aud diacuaaions ahould so lag iu thia State that "our two Detnocratic dailies in Kichmond, the easence of aimon-pure, UDadulterated Bourbon Democracy, aod party mentors, can llnd nothing ao interesting as somersaulting each utber at intervala in "roundiug up" Senator Martin. For of course tbe Senator is no Democrat; ia, aitnply, like a Kentucky by-stander, a sub ject for stray bullets when the garae ia laggicg. Qaite peculiar that Vir giniaris sliould countenance and con tinue to beap the highest honora upon one who is persona non grata to the only ring-streaked, atriped and blue-spotted of the Democratic fold?the leaders of the Hock, and like Jacob's, fairl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 March 1904

LOUAL MENTION. All oommuntcationa ahould be addreeeed to tbe ViRumiA Unttaaa, Irvtiurton. Va. Capt. W L. Meaaick waa ia Norfolk Saturday. . Prank Thompsan and Uarry Ely were in Baltimore thia week. Recilal atCheeapeake Academy Thurs day nlgbt of next week. Preaidlng-elder Wbltley took ateamer for Waraaw Wedneaday morning. Vresh I'ork and Beef wUl l>o found at Mea? aick. Lons * Co.'a everv Saturday. Miss Llllan Robt-rla, of Weal Point, ia tbe guret for ten daya of Miaa Clara Wilder. _ Mra. Uarry llopkiua ia visiting her parenta, Mr. and Mra. P. 11 Sadler, In Baltimore. _ Mr and Mra. F. J. McDonough apent a few daya tbe past week with relativea ia Wlcomico. _ Tbe CITI7.B5 keepa contracta for toma to canners and growera always on band Mra. A. N. Trible, who ia in Harris burg, Pa, haa been sick with grip, but la now out. _ Miasea Pearl Adama and Lucy Lee, of White btone, were visiting Mias Pauliue Long Saturday. _ Jo. E. Aodereon left Wedneaday H attend Epworth League t'onvii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 25 March 1904

Talmage Sermon FranK. T>e XOitt Tat mage. Z>.2>. Los Angeles, Cal.. Mnrcli -0. ? ln theae tlmea of worldwldo ntilitnry nc tlvlty and when soldicrly ?|iialitios are everywhere discusscd this sennou on the ideal Christian soldler is pevuliarly approprinte. The preacber choost bls text II Timothy il. \\, ' Knduro hard ness as a grood aoldier of Jesus Chrlst." What is arafl "War is IkH." anca bluntly said William T. Slnrman. War is a rlver of blood tlowing into a river of blood. War meaiis sicknoss aud death. widowhood and orphanhood. mangled bodies, dovastatod BavvnaJ tields and paupcrism. War is a niortal grapple when nation aays to nation, "My quarrel with you eannot bo BatV tlod but by fighting, and now wa arlB aee which of us two aaa tbe aanrar to crush the other." and theti they put tbelr nrmies ln tbe tield coiumissioucd to kill one another. War is n grave trcnch dug with bayoneta. It is tlie henvens doluging countless tenrs. It la man vrtth ellaa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 April 1904

Ittrjrfitia -*t iltetix VoLTJME XIII. A Weefcly Jomnal Dctoied to ihe Inteiesis of lancastet Countpn Particlar; the Noithetn Neck and Raopahannocl. Valley in General, and the Wotld at jam _ IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1904. XTlTUcnnr* O'T KRKD O. S.HITII. tiKO. W. MH'OY SMITH <& MCCOY, SHIP & ENGINE BUILDERS. Mariae RaLVay, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairiag a Specialty. HaclllnlMt.. Boilerniukers, Blackamiths, Sblp Carpenters, Caulk era, Jolu.ra aud Palnters furnl.hed at short notlce. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. "STIRGrlNIA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels. ' Grates. . C. A. NASH & SON, 21, 23 and 25 Atlantic St.. NORFOLK. VA. GET THE HABIT OF PURCHASINC YOUR MATERIAL FROM US. The manner in wblch we handle our cuatomera la ancb tbat wheu we once make a sale the purcbater never goea elaewbere lltia aeaaoB will be a buay one, bnt we are fully eoual to lt and are prepwrinK to handle our trade with all poaaible dla Piitch. It la com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 April 1904

Attr ?firj|ittia Citt^ea. DEMOCRATIC WKKKI.V. 8UBSCRIPTION: $1 a yaar.ln sdvance W. McDONALD LEE. EDITOR. All oommunicatioua or business lettera ahould beaddreaaod to th?- Vihuinia Citikkn, Irvlnjcton. Vaw. to reoe-lre prompt attentiou Friday. April 1, l ?.n? i. SOME 8IDE TALK TO FAHMEK3. We are at a loss to underatauJ why it is our people of the Northern Neck?well advauced, aud progrea aive, in many linea?are ao 3low in "taking hold" of cropa other thau corn, wheat and graaa, that are made much more remuneratiye iu othei parta lesa highly favored. Juat now we have in mind the profitablegrow ibg of pickles. We can recall when thiaaection scouted the ideaof grow ing pea8, tomatoea and other trucks ToUay truckiug is next to water pro ducta in the acale of big returos to thia section. Lesa than twenty yeart ago it waa well nigh impossible to get a farmer to venture ia raiaing trucks. Less than tifteen years ago we were 8ending but a small quota of truck to Baltimore's market. Today we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 April 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All oommunlcationa should bc bjbJruased to the Viruinia <Jitizsn. Irviutrtou. Va. Irvington offera a good market for a Qah aeller. Loyola Lelaod waa Iu Baltimore thia week ou buaiaesa. Mra. A. J. Hamllton left Tueaday for a week'a atay ln Baltimore. Look out for the fool today. The wooda are full of bia ilk. Freah Pork and Beef will bt> found at Mea? aick. Long & Co.'a every Saturday. Monthly recital at Cbeaapeake Acad emy laat night (fhuraday) Miaaea Sadie and Ava Willing are viaiting relativea in Baltimore. Capt. 1. M. Buaaella, of Wicomico, waa Jiere Friday m route to Norfolk. Ladiea' Aid Society toaight (Friday) at home of Mra. J. Edwin Buaaella. The Citizen keepa contracta for toma to canners and growera always on hand. 1'olice ateamcr Rappahannock, Capt. Hudgine, harbored bere laat night. Watch the Eaater bonneta and auita Sunday?unleaa old Boreaa keepa them houaed. Miaa Eva Dennla, of Baltimore, arrlved thia week to vlsit her a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 1 April 1904

Talma^e Sermon Tiy "Ritf. rranK. T>9 Witf Ta I rn ag e. 2>.2>. Loa Angele*. Cnl., March ^7.?Like a fresb call from the woods, vocal with the songsters of early spring, tJ'is ser? mon urges all to cheerful BBfTies nnd to set the keynote of thelr llves to high aod noble thcrnea. The text is Solo mon's Rong 11, 12, "Tlie time of the Binglng of the blrds ls come." "Do you know whnt makes tbe snow banks disnppear in tbe springtlmoV" BBked a man of poetic teniperament. "Why, yes," I answered. 'lt is due to tbe beat of the sun being so much stronger now than lt is in January. It la due to the fact that. by eJaas con tact, llaltie and Maaaachuaatbi and New York and Michlgnn are being warined at the sun'e tireside, eveu ns one slde of a fjfteca of bread is toasted by being expoaed to the kitehen stove's beat whlia the other side of that plece of bread retnnius unscorchod." "Oh, no,** answered my poetlc friend. "The anow disappeurs not ou nccount of the auu's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 April 1904

%t$ini& VOLUMB XIII. nre^Jwr^ Particular; the Honhern Heca and Happahannoct Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1904 NUMBEB 28. KRK1> O. SMITH. UKO. W. McCOY. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP & ENGINE BUILDERS. Mariae Railway, 1,500 Tons Capaeity. Repairing a Specialty. MacliiaiHtH. Boilermakera, Blacksmtt lis. Sbip Carpenters, Caulk ers, ,?otuers and Palnters furnlslied at abort notfce. 205-221 WATER AVENUE. YIRGINIA. Sash, Doorsf Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, G rates. C. A. NASH <& SON, 21, 23 M 25 Mlantic St.. NORFOLK. VA. QET THE HABIT OF PURCHA8INC YOUR MATERIAL PROM Tbe manoer io wblcb we bandle our cuatomera !? tnch tbat Th ? kuod will be a buay one. bnt we are fu!ly equii to !t . k? /?r,ePkr5nK \? h?ndl? our tr.de wltb ?H po..lWe dfa-' patch. it !? compulaory on tbe part of our enployea to treai 5K*g'Vg>'W iD th,e m??ner1 in "???<* tbey ahould be treated t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 April 1904

OBMOCRATIC WEEKLY. BUBSCRIPTION: $1 a year, in adrance W. McBONALB lee. EBITOR. All eommunicatlcua or buslncaa Irltorn ahould be addressod to the Viuui.nia Citijekn, Irrinjrton. Va~. to reoeive prompt attetttloo Frlday, April H, 11M>4. Larpe <pinntitie* of plaatcrhaaj linving fallen from the oeilingn of the IimIIh and eourt-room ?>f our now c ourtiiouse. thr Superviw>rn at a receut meeting decided to bave the plaetering removed and the upper and lower veel ihulo and the ?<>urt room eealed over bend. Mr. Billy Muse haH contrmted to do the work and ha* the plaaterinp all down prepnratory tu eomraem-inp the work. This planterinj; haa been fallinp ninee a very short tiiii? after conipletion of the work aml bas been pronounced by all. who are eOaaV pacaat to judjre, a moat niaaaiiafaaluij and tniavrable failure. Thi* work w;is done under oontnut by B. V. Smith. or WaHhinjrton, 1>.< , nhout t h ree yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 April 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All comouDlcatiom ahould beaddresaod to the Viruihia Oitixkk. Irvington. Va. The public achool hire cloaed Wed nesdaj. Will Williog ia apendiog aome time on the Easteru Sbore. Mark Winuer, of Baltimore, la htre for a week with relatirea. W. R. Maaon caught a rock fish laat week that weighed lGpounda. B. S. Hammonds left thia weck to paint the Ottoman Baptiat church. Arthur McQinnia, of Ottoman, waa viaitiug Lloyd Barnett the paat week. Capt. Chan Williug plowed up a per fect white tliutairow bead in his garden. Among the aick thia week we nota Mra. Alice Lokey and Mra. Kate Jamai. Freah Pork and Beef will be found at Me? ?lek, Long & Co.'s evorT 8aturday. Church meeting at tbe Irvington Bap? tiat church at an tarly hour to-night (Friday). Joseph W. Ball, of Ilopeside, waa bere Tuesday nlght to attend Odd Fellowa' meeting. Robert Ueorge ia haviug a gasoline boat fitted up. John Brewingtou is doiog tbe work. Capt. S. P. Slmmoua' foot was right badly maahed S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 8 April 1904

Talmage Sermon "By Tt?tf. FranK. X>* XUitt Tal mage. 2>.2>. Loa Angeles, Cal.. April 3.?In this aernion tbe Easter story reeeives new and benutiful settiug. which np peals equally to tbe aJBipH aml the learned. The text is I.uke xxiv. 31. "And thelr eyee were openod, ntul they knew him, and he TBnialafKl out of their sight." Famillar truths become iuipresslve when presented ln au unfamlUai way. It is tberefore necessary for the preacher to nud a new setting for the gospel cauiera. "Whencver l wisli aome lesson to be clearly rcinetnbered. I would wing it," once said Thotuns tJutbrle, the great Edlnburgh pulplteer. "By gratlfying tho legitlmnte play of the iniagiuation salicut Lruth flnds lts way more readily to tbe heart and makes a deeper impresslon on the ineuiory. The sti^gestive illufctration, like a ilont. keeps it froui sinkiug; like n nail, fastens it in the tnind; like the feathers of nn arrow. makes it atrike, and, like the bark, makes it sti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 April 1904

trgptititt ittem VOLUME XIII. k Weekly Journal Devoted lo ihe Interests nl Lancaster County in Particular; the Worthern jksj and Rappahannocfc Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON. VIROINTA PRTDAY AT1MT. It IQAi I Kr I. O. SM I I II liKO. U. aicCDY. SMITH & MCCOY, SHIP <fc ENGINE BUILDERS. Mariae Railway, 1,500 Tons Capacity. Repairing a Specialty. Macliinists. Boilermakers, Blncksmitbs, Staip Carpenters, Caulk ors, .loiners aud Painters furulslieri at ahort notice. | romiiinnirations on this put week wero receited too late IV lssue.l Northumberlanc FLEKTON. Mrs. A. S. Eakridge gave t siouary supper at her home re< With the help of some of her bors the Bupper proved to be q success. There waa an abund* 205-221 WATER AVENUE. NORFOLK, YIRGINI Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardwa ManteU G rates. aat C. A. NASH & SON. 21, 23 aad 25 Atlantic St.. NORFOLK, ' GET THE HABIT OF PURCHA8INC YOUR MATERIAL FROM The manner in which we handlu ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 April 1904

Afc* Virginia (titiztn. DEMOCRATIC WEEKLT. ?UBrtCFIPTION: $1 ayear.in sdvanc* W. McDONALD LEE; ED1T0B. ADVKRTISING RATK8. 8m. iftm. |lyr. 80 ota. per Inch each luaer'n, or 4.0o| 6.00; -i Inchea. ?.ou 10.00 H.OO 14.00 ** 1H.UI 17.00 " 12.00 ?JU.00 " u.tnna.oo *? lH.0Oa6.00 . io ?? ss.oo .w.oo! 4.r>.oi 18 " X column, a>.00! 38.00. fc.'.U 1 oolumn CM Inches), 40.W tfn.oo! 100.01 fcVtt per oent.addltlonal for Bpeeial positlei Notkea ln readlng oolumns, 10 oenta pei oonparell line. Obltuariee, rellgious notioes of entertaln meota. excursioos. etc.. one- hal T rettu lar ratea Alt oommunications or business lettert ahould be addreesed to the Vikoinia Citi/.kn Irvlnxton. Va., to recelve prompt attentiot Friday, April 15, l?.?oi. i- ? - - CU38ING HIM OU r. We fail tosee the proprietyiu fail? ing over each other by our brethren of the press in hastening to show tbat Willie Hearst cannot aubaidize them. We got the common offer of free plate matter from the Hearst League, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 April 1904

LOCAL, MENTIO* All ooeaaauQloationa ahould be addreoaed tae ViauiMia ?Jitizbh. lrvlnaton. Va. J. F. McDonoogb, wife and child i viaiting in Baltimore. Soclal Clrcle at the home of Mrs. A. Hamllton on Monday nlght next. Mra. Mary Mitchell left Monday foi viait to her son, WIIl:e Mitchell, at We land. Bocial meeting of tba Epworth Leag at the home of Miaa Ruby 8mlth on nc Tuesday nigbt. Fresh Pork and Boef will b? fouad at M Biok, Long * Co.'a every Saturday. Fred Connellee, lineman of the N< tbern Neck telephune, was here recenl repalrlng the line. Ed. Brewlngtou, Beroard Wllllng, I L. M. Irviag, F. G. Newbill and Fr Qunby Were in Baltimore this week. Misa Addle Garner and Mrs. Emi Davis left this week to visit friends Norfolk and Newport Newa. Mr. aod Mra. W. L. Talley, of t Courtbouae, were here dundsy viaiti their daughter, Mra. Henry Damerel. The Citizkn keepa conlracta for tom to canneraand growera always on han Mra. Jcnnie Dunton and Mra. Marl; Longworth, of White St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia Citizen — 15 April 1904

Talmage Sermon By "Rrf. FranK. "De XVitl Los Anjieles, Cal., April 1<>. In serruon the preacher shows tlui sk-knoss, as well as iu heulth. Qoi quires our co-operation nud the ercise of <6ur falth, and that tho .li blessing follows this uuion of I and works. The text in Genesls 3?, "And tbe tlocks brou?ht forth tle, riugstrukcd, speckled uu<l bbjbsb Labnu. though a mnn of wealth lnfluence amoug the Hebrews of day, was yet, like many rlcli nu< our time, tueau and unpriiu-ipled w a bargaln was involved. Iu his pa-ct with Jacob the weak point bis cbaracter were strikiugly reve He bad two daughters. "Leah tender eyed, but llacbel was very l tlful;" ln other words, the aMot s was homely nnd unattnutive. was a malden lndy whom no one ? to niarry; her eyes were inftniuet watery, or "east;" her dlsposition cvldently as much askew as her < Jacob was deeply in love with youuger sisler, but nfter he had st aeven loag years for he...

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