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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

w. Ui (T CO O CL UJ LU CL 3 O UJ HAN have who peari^L that it tions to vide on V-' '.'?"** 'I# ,* o" *r *r* Vf V- .." University of* dfaeago economists who have figured that and liis wife cajn liv^ -^th frug^lU^(n $o00 a rear arc disfcuTced by tii^rccnrtV of ex-.ftidge William •frtHA^aWtk. of Valparaiso, Iud. has for several yoarsTived \Vitb^fo£-wlfe at a 11 t. 115 ox i) on ytyrvft9t^ il1" food ofjnot more- than $l~^^veek7Trri^*ol, for ihe^jyear. And in spitwof this both are now in the best, of Lhat tl^\v never felt better nor could or be that ih|y have St!rt»tt*l8B pwblermof resorting to happiness and health in ihe pli^nes't of plain living. Though nearly '.worJttt daily iy a gardemmenr.or about t^ie hous^* itself, is never HI. a_nd_ (•very day a^( pie Ji^u^^wurk ..about t.heir home. Though the diet on which this is ac­ complished will appeal" to many people barren of,J|P9$ytiling that makes i|ae a jrn. consist chiefly of cereal producU withim.^e for breakfast oatmeal tfttish and m...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

0 ,'iUn Sftwyl- -rel miK ic a 4 :'eling L11»• u- i•• •(1 ui»i111 ha 1 Am :r' 1 r«"ri it :iml his w-tin va frugality..on \k v\ -II i'. -e year an ilis! a nce.l i\ the record W'illi.ruu ''.Me1' Tnle'iVl a --(i. lihl. Thai aui Muj t. t1 a war s. i'a o*!d*-I tfkii:t ••11 a ii iM wi-e/li^t .11 :i U• l:•«i"lC .llil-n 1'. his. ih.'urse •'.• 'j.1- .Lhe lak'e -..•T n' 'a -'n i-tfs f ^L-.vr t""wtrtrtTrrr ure oi "a rs ',s. Ta'' no: 11 i: I ap 11: 1* !i|t ir'. im a s^lVi'^'i :r^- eolof tu'i Srf crtu 1 1 d. ii a I: I 1! a 'l! 1 i 1. A i' -1: 1 Oil Tl'io u)r-' of im table pr -ir-eu'vaf t4'.af tiie'r' niea's sha. i• itii oi" i-ri't a p! 11 1 !i• ml tgar: i'n»'| eaf'-gvnera!fy akl'.-i^: (.atm-'a! mush and milk ,• for din I." a mi i! da ', and for r-r cornmeai a :!d s-uirav. Tla-y "vary tiiis .i'tuui -Uijl:'j..-Ijj luun..wli.ii. o. li«.:i' s: !-u r- regeta^ir* n: of cen.! 'jl'!• nwo-thii'il^ 'oil- '!\il-ot *^fhs'"iie6it :n a, 1 1 URBANITY A PAYING QUALITY. Instance* in Which Courteous .^'V0 Have l'o...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

"*W=9 mm?m Wstels .*£ A •*Wj£ fiSi W' I'ci^n.l is rf sppcU^i book entitled "Summer1 ilarrii rymzrzr* '1 :^iA{^Mdf ^:iZct ft .*f 1 ffi r,f e.: l'ri THE GENIUS OF COUNT ITO. Modern Japan is Indebted to Him fTTf* Its Traasforiuatioii. The thvTT^rt'frr^onst^H-lfye liv­ ing today J^anO^i^ifc^GtilWKt Iw riiro dumi, theTTfatorot" mod( rn Japan.' IltT too. has been a dreamer all Iris^f^, and a transmitter of dreams into sttbsfanee, au alchemist of si^ci^ilX\jiipc+^i»jBonverted obsolete systcnStint• me ue.niiuiiiiii a jj,rem with a skill ana comprel Spenlss acTimeJyjWq he os mstocrai faces set :i in Sin* ha si!pflf\Ty 1 r. I I 7 Ttrc "t^rrrrrra .'a ecu cine Company, Columbus, ouiu: Wiodei^ilto&ituti^di,s. Kverybody knows, of course^ that modern Japan is the Avork of the lafifeag^^'ears. is. Today one of the best, it'^or^'tl^ best, quarantine services in the world, on(i of ''ie mj(jtf^anbfrg i5 system of schools that will almost com­ pare with our own, ataj^ saliyino niwU, adjusted to the...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

Vjf iS* ii ji. jJ :oi ene^a^ig »!!P the 33-9.V£ planation or Mtt ^was packa drinfc. 1 jJ Sf?e»lsg \*r% XX: iit Jeaveat us— .!%&• an^ MMP.mil Ai atarrh, •tt ^Tr- THE GENIUS OF COUNT ITO. Modern Japan is Indebted to Him flff1 Its Transformation. The tin1f'(^gr«*1WWtisl^iicAye ^SEd liv­ ing today re"Tui»Asiltrgo rfiro dumi, theTWato^^f modern Japan. HPT too, has been a dreamer all lii^dif^, and a transmitter of dreams into st!Distance, au alchemist of stajtewpaft \liipo-^9««onvertecl obsolete systep® intoTOode!^tii)Satuti#4ife. Everybody knows, of course, that niodern Japan is the work of the laHk3gffi£^Tears. Today one of the best, if best, cjiiarantine services in the world, one of n^tfKjariWrllylof ai system of schools that will almost coin pare with our own, atajrM ^qheine adjusted to the nef^^^'^tHii^^enfpi thousands of miles of railroad and many «i- thousands of miles of telegraph lines, the beginning of a greafcnavy, as well eQuiui](e*l.?6.t East^i-i^f^}|^ «ifiSfC^d°u415M£c ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

ij &L< MI .run a i»: a 11 i.7 O iJ _J _i if :n i-i ar:-1m-ra Ii -i*i'.-nt"•'i'\ .IT. Si'.. .:iat1.j a! f. ai^c^tun. i':" a: -ij »v? T!. it S& fff§i 'HMII Ij'~,' —iiTi TITIHII rr THE GENIUS OF COUNT ITO. ttbuafA Modern ]a[)nu is Iiulcttc3 to Hiiti Its Try iisi'or uuvt ion. Th.' hmT^cr.-,iTiTuX (.ais^'jn,t K-o Cu^jl liv T^\n^\-L^iiw lliro •ff^loroi' nnul.Tn .llnian. IfFT |l l: A i:: u,i, tIn-ffTab»roi i/io.ltTn .h'ipan. a. lias 11.mmi a .lmann-r ail Ih.sand a in^uii t.a- of ilrcaius into sTltwraln-o. an 11 ti_ JtK\.•*.« til VI'i ah liiaiii- of -toUc. 1 i-i lift sy si oiiSfe o! I !I !t lilt TTlotlo!' How.-, of roll I'm lai'an tin- \\. »rk of iho h'-^-S^f-r.^'oa rs. Toiia.y no of tin- best, if iV'il4'!ii'I^ iiost. )uarani inc s. r\^cos in tho world, onu of ho jintsjs liKiijj^r^ai'iLaf^nf ai y:-t. in i'1 n..' 1 that will alh'ios! coin l-.ii'f witii our own. .1^ tN.m|r,:^rhy!m- nn-i'l,)^. ad.iw-iod in tho li•*'• lf' I 'a a na!.- of miles of raiiroad_and niaiiy l!ions• ia11 of m...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

Mr WVI 1 GLASSWARE, «j*Etc., THE WE We Are Now Comfortably Settled OUR NEW STORE! yfi where we are prepared to show to the people of Virginia and vicinity the most elaborate stock of eiaooraie SLOCK 01 1 furniture and Stoves ever exhibited North of Duluth, and at the lowest possible prices We are this season making a leader of the old favorite—"The World's Best"— All Styles und Sizes for The Oentilne all bear this Trade-Mark. Bewart of Imitations. 1 gWoildsJs •v^rw Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase of any­ thing in the Furniture Line. No Trouble To Show Goods, OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARE THE FINEST. J. ITlcsbcrg VIRGINIA AND EVELETH. you will find the Proprietor still celebrating over the steadily increasing trade ever since the day he opened his store. A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF TINWARE, NOTIONS, PICTURES, CIGARS, **Etc., BIG SPECIAL SALE ALL NEXT WEEK ohnnni-l-»rarii-iriririryiririj.lcnnnW!-nnirIrT^TrIrTrTrTi-nraoT-nM^onnnnT"nr^ CARRY IN STO...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

•?i A ~LL AA/D 3 3 3 3 3 3 Soli Oak Bed Room Stes $22.50 Exttsion Tables__ Stoves 15.00 jyjC. PALMER, Attorney at Law. t. Office in Sullivan Block, Viiia, Minn 4 ARCHITECT. E. F. W gX3C»aOOQ(»»'9®O®OOOOOQOQOOOO®0®g)g)g),g)®g)®g)®®®g)g)®€)g)g)e)g)g)g)®g)g) 9 FOR THIRTY DAYS ARREN ARCHTECT. Fire Losses Estimated. Virginia, Minn. A. J. BLIX, Architect. OFFICE: Opposite Virginia Grocery Co., ox 456. VIRGINIA, MINN. P. W. HEALY, Plastering, Brick and Stone Work A Specialty. EVELETH. VIRGINIA. H. D. COWLES, CONTRACTOR FOR Lathing and Shingling. FIRST-CLASS WORK. SUPERIOR HOTEL. VIRGINIA. A. L. McGREGOR, Manufacturer of Carriages, Drays, Wagons and Sleighs. DULTUH, 526 West First Street. MINN. Jin Ad. in Che Enterprise I Brings Good Results. We Offer An Extraordinary Opportuaity to the People of the Range to save money at our grand "OF- FURNITURE are what tell the tale and we invite your con­ sideration of the following prices and ask you to call and inspect goods: $22.50 10. for 8.75 Exti...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

I a' 'vrr.-yor* VIRGINIA, MINN- W. E. HANNAFORD, 0.')f- I! hie! I hu- We I'll: in! ne.- When I'Voly :!!L: and Ti• . in ransmirting a there is tuHicient orvbodv to assist "V against the disease. Publisher. Vntil tin- shirtwaist excitement is al­ layed b^j^ie first fall frost, the market for mi spenders wid be spiritless. -'jti' -a-."-1•_' The Oregon didn't accomplish anything iu (Miina,''fcut she got there ill hei-1 tfhar act eristic manner, after trying tu climb o\er rocks'-in her haste. The reported KtUswiwei'}*•*• Clarinetle will nok^.dist men wh-o -hav iim' irold mi ni' i. to sa lihin' hile thev •ens 'lie Americans did not -loot, 'and tin6? 1 tlii before return with bigger bundles gced h'araeter than their allies who the clothiii^apd 4\l.l.i^kjm.ck' on the fifrld of-/battle.^ I-Vtison perfects his scheme ,for, cloetricity from burning coal, la succeeds vin The Americans wliQ.li. vye..lQ^CQme biick. from the Paris Exposition in the steer­ age, because of a lack of cabin room, can ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

'fs. THE VffleP JST^fSP ^^IRGINIA, MINN# W. E. HAHNAFORD, yp Until tlio shirtwaist excitement is al­ layed bjjsa^o first fall frost, the market for suspetitiers will be spiritless. iLja--L/ t. The Q^eiQn didn't accomplish anything in ChinaTpht she got there lirhfefc^ihi* acteristic manner, after trying to climb over rocks tin her haste. dPtWi. The reported »di#«*veu$^M«f [Marinette will lMafawdistufl^^fche lumber­ men wIwkAhvo fovmany years been iuak in.t? gold oAt of saw-To.us in that section. is it a is a Avarnfoig against: placing. top liupclj reliance in modern sanitary* conditions. The dis(^g,e is hard to combat whenever it gains a ifibthold. The girls .of a Sunday Scl^ooL pt ijood ly finifj they are hu^4S?*f5l&aged. ton. Ne'^P^Iersey, |\$hjo have'? lid saw wood for thp p®»iiwill prfrjpll ir dillicult .to "say mmiin'** whi The Americans did not -lobi,* ^n3 they* will thene&xre return ,with- bigger bundles of good character than their allies who went intone .clotJjk^gjjd...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

t- 1... .a hat A i' 1 a: 1'e.• will THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W, HANNAFORD, Publisher ii i. I!' 1 Tin' ill I: n:!, ,i \. rock i: 1 -hit! list c\ei! ement is ilio rst fail trust. will lu- .--i 11 -p. ndcrs .lor I A:: •e!ore I'oi \V -1 ol., v'll O in: !'a 't 1' oeolttTe lie ninrUei 'gen didn't accomplish anything but she got 1 here in her (••ha 11saiiIn afier trying to climb in hi",- lias I.-. disco of ill nuL tli -t urb. ..ihe no na many w'-ious a r- p- rioi a ot't a nia ii c. ii in wit): gn 1 'i iit plague l.io in in ce m! it ions. "v:'. .' placing •."•it.trv 11 i' 1 11'..• ^v.ri'uLi' in cities will eventually to he placed under close district sir -•''n, 'to pre\' nr such accidents as hi eau-od the death of two JSt. pelictuieu and .seVTTply shocke.i .: •liters. laji~ers will iucreasi as a c:! uv !«ell 1 U' a ii' or ri.^litin.c and power muiti- ,.1 tlie proceeds of i!ie ,i, reat tit for .toini SullivVin in ol tin' trustees, the contrib- ist virtually pu. a iMuii uuardia...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

1*f 0"J7. j.u jc. ,n 1 1 owner tind long a it is of than tem. "Th new:., it: i|e30j inaii vome .•T ,oe ,\v e.vt v.ku.. mh |v 5 Account of ii Visit fo One 'of litre" oiir1'1 "(.'flfiosity Shops of 31 il wiiukcc Vil) i'(iuj ItSie a\-iiyj'iMll*„ ..boayliiels 1 of the proud family of the_ Medici in Italy .to t&bO.sigii:tliiltliiuideW1ho-pen'iiilless to the pawu!u^ker.'s,.hun.dle- shop, is a far cry.! .,but timf is the history of the sign of the? .three gokiem balls* used the .w«ptd over to designate tlievplace where th*v pool* may plunge their ,^ouds and, cha^tc^ tur the iierewitjiaii to buy,breyiL «.»aTFrre*»- v'fiYriHtotx! .to,.'tis6." flic laij-" &i.isge' of -'English Ihn'ftldfy.-^'in ftribmon parlance, three goldeuluilI4,—formed a part-of the anuoriai beanu^s of thc 'MtAl •ici .fa^iiUy.. jlituiHH-'.' i)t'l0ugod ,H, mi]iiy ul the, I.jn^Uai-d nu dian$:s, and these.'li.-ndi'rs' of^1)10110^'.,juloptod,,the ,dve vii'e' aKja ^ijin "io .indiVato' their calling. To1 KondniV in very ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

V, j.t p it »1. ?.i .i 1 'w •4 rMttidcfeJ"'•ur^' a imWL ." 3 /a iV1'$ yfi1 0W iY4(f IiS1'tef chance tract i?h oo»I ,10 radC'Cie Interest Batefffct PaWfiJtSktfps Are Eathe?-iHigb ..COtiv .hilX'oT Account of °H' 'of t?fi*e' oiif •'Cfiiuosity Shops of Mil­ waukee. ,V! tM'' 1. /w'ij Ifxo\4j 100 afJ|\01'itf lj 1.Jlcajtfji1 of proud family of the Medicj in Italy tlkbOwgn^hiitl^iiidefe' "the^iknMfjess to 'the ^a vpker'&ihuinb.le' shop, is a far cryv jAiluijt is t&e history of the sign of th,©: ., tlu'« N golden) bulhfe used the twiortd owr to. designate t|$K place wlierej thft' poosv 'max.' i».li^Sti.",thwv „-£joatLs -and, chqjptp^ the A\ iiv re withal t,p ,k'uy\brea^ /-, 1 -. ^TRrefc'- 3j.H.^ onee mure tempt For -jjlJMW'h ,There the antiqna^iau- and ine bibliomaniac and the naturalist take -liiek—miiiMirn}—uauin— an ^WV1- Xli^re thp penvuJftsaiWunkr W«frd .pawiiW n,..to-satisfiyjiiis !what^vei',KW-«caA-4.Ai|yi lhai«tS Tend iAf^PW e«e IT! 'r:.c wa5 ,y?r fl'J'J. i". .to^ yS6 the lan...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

All 1 1 A a Interest Rates'at Pawn Slices Are Ervihe:.- Hidi, O A N S A E N E E N i:iut of a is it to O tic of ftic (VKJ "(.'!!riosi 1 Shop* of .V:il wai.'iitt'. Fn.n) itilii :int!o iiil iof tlu :«u11i family Oi' tlm Medici in Italy to urn' guided lie. .penniless to the paw nole-r's humble simp. is a far cry. til Ml ine history ol' the sit:n of tlu: used the .world o\\ plan' whore the poor .goods and (battels lor buy. broad. rr.umlt as. Jo ilso ngi'sh hei'?ihlrv. in 1 three .41 e.ei to o. situia ho may ph.d-e 11 i•:l the Ivrowit{i.:l "Tl?:t .«x tinge of ia hiii( v, part oi' ihe•iirimn i• i! hearings of Hie Mt*l ioi iauidy. to. whiyii lionst-v belonged many of ilit'. Lpiubard merchants, an.i these lenders of money adopted, the de­ vice as a sign in indicate their calling, To Lendou io ay early days wont some ol-these ihrttfy :»*!l of" Lombardy. an'l 1 fit.'BO iiitii:'. out ('ho" hroo shining' Italic bolurf ijlio tij'-st j.ojiiiuJlfcs in England. Thus fallen rom iis, .high estate hi h...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 September 1900

CHURCH NOTES. Rev. Anderson, of Two Harbors, exchanged pulpits last Sunday with Rev. Hanson of this city. The Young- Ladies' Society of the Swedish Lutheran church met at Rev. Hanson's residence on Wed­ nesday evening. The society meets next Wednesday evening with Mrs. Andrew Anderson. The refreshing summer shower of last Sunday afternoon and even­ ing had a tendency to keep a few home from the church services. The weather man seems to be try­ ing the faith of the church goer these days. Rev. L. I. Belden, rector of S Paul's Episcopal Church, went to Two Harbors on Wednesday after­ noon, where he will probably re­ main until after Sunday, that being his regular Sunday for service in that city. Rev. Hanson informs us that he will confirm a class of six children in Ely next Sunday. He also says that the Church which has been built there this summer under his direction will be a commodious structure. Mr. Anderson, a Theo­ logical student from Rock Island, 111., who has assisted him at ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 September 1900

ti» VOL. 8. & 1 4» 4|fc 4f& 4 4* MkdkMk oes Are you Building?* /F" SO we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, believing it will be advantageous to both. rlr •J* 4? 4? 4* FURNISHINGS, RAINTS. OILS, INWARE, AND HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. AW A. HAWKINSON if* n* •A* 4* 4* if* 4ft 4» 4» 4* Our Stock is Complete and we aim to save the customer time, and to give him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. «afc» CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. O. D. KINNEY, PEES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER BANK VIRGINIA, 4* A General Banking Business.^^^0 J^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex^ change. Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time Deposits Bank on Corner of Chestnut Street and Wyoming Avenue VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA- W. B. PRATT 4 CO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY. A most complete line of China, Croekery and Glassware. $ Courteous Treatment. Prices Right. W Club T$ Organized And From This Time On All Vi...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 September 1900

.aa-gsm /•'•.TSWOTWC ifppiiiwrtlipiji THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. Fitzsimmons will endeavor to Rive h'« business a higher tone by putting it op the basis of a muscle factory. Now that the American Society of Piofessors of Dancing has declared against rag-time music, society, like the bear in Goldsmith's comedy, will "dance to none but the genteelest of tunes." The sailing of the United States trans loit Lawton to bring back destitute min­ ors from Alaska is an advertisement for the exclusively boomed gold fields of the Klondike and Cape Nome that will mate­ rially reduce the receipts of the trans­ portation companies next season. Tn breaking the record for big grain cargoes by taking 170,000 bushels of wheat and 70,000 bushels of corn out of Manitowoc, for Buffalo, the steamer Gen. Orlando Poe showed that the big lake steamers are fast approaching the maximum limit of the new interlake channels. She draws 17 feet and 8 inches forward, and 17 f...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 September 1900

SEA MOSS HARVESTS. Little Used for Blanc ftflange Now, but Brewers Want it for Their Bear. Fifty years ago blane mange was not only a common article of diet, but also took the place of icecream at evening parties ami church sociables. In many cupboards there are today the quaint, flaring goblets which were made for blanc mango glasses and have outlived iheir usefulness. Irish moss was a mar­ ketable article in those days, but moss­ ing was not a big industry, and the prod­ uct of ihe rocks*was probably not a tenth of what it is today. Irish moss has boon put a new use within recent years, ami instead of being gat In-red for food it is now gathered fur arink. This informa­ tion tame l'rom a silent 111 ah who was raking over the drying moss on the beach. "Is ihis the kind of moss they make blane man.se of:" es." "Is it ready to be cooked when you get through with it?" es." "I mi'i it hard to get enough for the people of this country to eatV "No. We would starve to death on what is sol...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 September 1900

t- & iipipi^pi S 3. Illesbcrg We Are Now Comfortably Settled IG IME IS st" 11 GLASSWARE, «^Etc.t OUR NEW STORE! YF where we are prepared to show to the people of Virginia and vicinity the most elaborate stock of furniture and Stoves ever exhibited North of Duluth, and at the lowest possible prices We are this season making a leader of the old favorite—"The World's Best"— IT AU Styles and Sizes for Every Kind of Fnel The Ocnnine all bear this Trade-Mark. Beware of Imitations a gWorldsjs Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase of any­ thing in the Furniture Line. No Trouble To Show Goods, OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARE THE FINEST. VIRGINIA AND enjoying a splendid business and shows that the efforts of the proprietor are appreciated. Big Special Sals ALL NEXT WEEK A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF 1 TINWARE, NOTIONS, PICTURES, CIGARS, e^EtC., BIG SPECIAL SALE ALL NEXT WEEK saw4" WB CARRY 12* STOCK O TO BE WIDTHS. Tour dealer should have the Heffelfinger. If ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 September 1900

I *,••' Vo ••. i* portant fires y! knowledge one of 3?*-*:'. ??•& RESIDENT ITKINLEY'S •f acceptance la probably the Important unofficial document Im tills country In a quarter of a eantui/. The President 16 to 1, the in the of ations connected ing events. The the most have had In his letter vital lay and will ed doubt that the Democratic party by and its reiteration of the •f 1896 has made It necessary voters to reaffirm their years ago in favor of the standard, President picks up the gage of of imperialism. What states most happily in a near the end says: The American question is ^regarded as phenomenally it is more than a campaign is a contribution to history. dent deals candidly with people. He is not afraid what he has done or .why he deals In facts Is a fry ft 'St letter most is- takes the coun- 1*T into. hie confidence and throws a new Uffct npon the history of the past two fears. Irrespective of its caustic arraign­ ment of the critics of the administration and its forcef...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 September 1900

solute status of the native Inhabitants of the terri­ tories hereby ceded to the United States •hall be determined by the Congress." Eleven days thereafter, on Dec. 21, the fol­ lowing direction was siren to the command­ er of our forces in the Philippines: "The military commander of the United States is enjoined to make known to the in­ habitants of the Philippine Islands that, in succeeding to the sovereignty of Spain, In severing the former political relations of the Inhabitants and In establishing a new polit­ ical power, the authority of the United States is to be exerted for the securing of the persons and property of the people of the islands and for the confirmation of all their private rights and relations. It will be the duty of the commander of the forces of occupation to announce and proclaim in the most public manner that we come not as Invaders or conquerors, but as friends, to protect the natives In their homes, In their employments and in their personal and re­ ligio...

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