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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 September 1900

We Keep The Bone Box 456. or the largest part of it and sell you the meat. And the quality is just as good as the quantity is large. We pick out our ...MEATS... with an eye to the superior tastes of our customers and what we offer can be relied on. Beef, Yeal, Lamb or Mutton is tender and juicy. Try some. MESABA .MEAT MARKET. C. PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan BJOCK, Virginia, Minn ARCHITECT. E. F. WARREN EVELETH. ARCHTECT. Losses Estimated. ire Virginia, Minn. A. J. DULTUH, 5^0 West First Street. Jilt BLIXJ Architect. OFFICE: Opposite Virginia Grocery Co. VIRGINIA, MINN. P. W. HEALY, Plastering, Brick and Stone Work A Specialty. INTERESTING CITY NEWS NOTES. Knee pants at Clothing House. VIRGINIA. A. L. McGREGOR, Manufacturer of Carriages, Drays, Wagons and Sleighs. I N N WHEELER & WILSON NO. 9 BEARING ALL SEWING MACHINE EASY RUNNING,QUIET RAPID AND DURABLE. It will pay you to see a WHEELER & WILSON before you buy. Write for Prices and Circulars* AGENTS WANTED IN...

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. — 21 September 1900

01" key., had ceive MARRIAGE AT ST. JOE. MICHIGAN'S GRETNA GREEN IS GROWING IN FAME. II and reds Go There from Chicago to Have the Nuptial Knot Tightly Tied -Business Plan of Conducting the Weddings. St. Joseph. Midi., good old St. .Too. is earning fame of which it is not loo proud. Marriage seems a. great ordeal to many people, but, like everything else. it's easy when you know how. ac­ cording to the Chicago Tribune. County Clerk John \Y. Needham. of Berrien County, Midi., has made1 it so. Before County Clerk Neeuhain opened his matrimonial department stoiv St. •loe. Midi., people that w:s!ied to get married had to look forward :o a gr» at many things. There had to be a church and a popular organist who could play "O. Promise Me" oil the lower bank to !»e I I?5*3S with the tremolo stop dear out i.iui hidden under the carpet. There a maid of honor in pink and s:\ bridemaids also in pink tulle, and small sisters of the bride to waiter flowers in the aisle, and white 1 ibbons to {ait...

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. — 21 September 1900

MS Charles Sumner's Idealism. Few persons at all conscious of their power for good, by political means have been less selfishly ambitious than Sum­ ner. Although egostieal, vain and over­ hearing. ho never sought power anil glory chiefly for his own advancement, but as a means to an unselfish end. To him public life was not a personal af­ fair. If there ever was a brutal, cow­ ardly act it was Brooks' assault. It. made Sumner an invalid for years and permanently injured his health: yet the A'ictiin bore the bully no grudge. What­ ever extremes Sumner advocated were not for the purpose of revenge or pun­ ishment, but strictly for "what he sup­ posed to be the welfare of the negro. Perhaps he was exhibiting his idealism quite as much as his statesmanship when he advocated the removal from battle Hags the names of victories won over felloAv citizens. Whatever we may 1hink of his judgment, there can be but one opinion as to the magnanimity of his character. He never saw a wrong that he ...

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. — 21 September 1900

COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. 1 Official Publication- Adjourned meeting. (/ouncil Chambers, Virginia, Minn., Aug. 16, 1900, Present— Aid. Donnellv, Shipley, Wasson Eaton, Mr. President—6. Absent—Aid. St. Cyr—1 The following bills were referred to the fi­ nance committee* I). & I. R. R., freight on sprinkler from Duluth 80 Oo Drs. Eby & Avery, special medical work 22 00 Enterprise, printing 27 65 J. Mesberg, bedding for jail 6 20 *Cha«. Amsten, work on jail 4 50 Champion Iron Co., cages for jail 151 85 An offer from Joun Hurley of $11.00 was made for the old wagon used under old street sprinkler and partly damaged by the Are of June 7tli, 1900. Moved and supported that the offer be ac­ cepted and property turned over to Mr. Hur­ ley on payment of above price. Carried. Report from the finance committee: Virginia, Minn., Aug, 16,1900. To the President and Common Council of the City of Virginia, Gentlemen: We, the undersigned committee on finance, would respectfully report that we...

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. — 28 September 1900

VOL. 8. so if 4f & & ik y** '4\ \*0 xV & saa 4 4t •Jp *Af it/ VI/ \fe VI/ *|fc ffc* Are you Building?* we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Billy believing it will be advantageous to both* rlr t|f rlr if? HOUSE FURNISHINGS, RAINTS, OILS, TINWARE, A N HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. A. HAWKINSON, t|f olclclclclclclclclciclclclclclciciciciciciclclclc] 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4» 4* 4» 4* 4* if* •A* «X» «C* 4» 4 4 Our Stock is Complete and we aim to save the customer time, and to give 3 him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER BANK IE VIRGINIA, General Banking Business. 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 & CO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY. A most complete line of China, Cr...

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. — 28 September 1900

mm ~"Se THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. The agility of Corbett and McCoy is now displayed chiefly In dodging accu­ sations and getting in denials. The ice man is reminded that the time is near at hand wher. he will have to turn over his scepter to the coal baron. Chicago thugs are favoring the police by committing robberies and murder in broad daylight, but the police don't seem to "catch on." fbe telephone girl at Fort Dodge, Io­ wa, who has fallen heir to a million will undoubtedly be compelled to say "hello" to a good many matrimonial calls. Th* announcement that an imperial de­ cree admits women to practice as piiy iciaus and druggists in Austria on the same terms with men shows how re­ luctant Austria has been to accept th "new woman." Westerners are not the only people who are careless with lires in the neighbor­ hood of forests. A dispatch from Plym­ outh, Mass., states that twenty-live (iiare miles have been burned over by a forest tire wh...

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. — 28 September 1900

jr»» 1 THE CURFEW. The hat of straw By fashion's law Has passed beyond its season Its sliabbiness As part of dress Provides sufficient reason. Way back in spring "f\yas just the thing, Oft winning admiration. For then 'twas white And neat and light, Aud loud was approbation. When spring had passed A yellow east Its rim and crown were showing, Hut oft 'twas rubbed And pressed and scrubbed. And through the streets kept going. The sun and rain Increased the stain To line of ancient butter, And oft a breeze Would that hat seize And roll it in the gutter. The once stiff crown Is battered down, The once stiff rim is flabby The band once gay Is in decay In short, the hat is shabby. No more in style. The old straw tile Must now be relegated To final rest. Where none can Jest At hat so antiquated. —Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. A DESERTED SAWMILL. .Fouiul by fcMirvci'ors on the Old Ju neau Trail. Tlu: steamer BoseoAvitz. the last to ar­ rive at Seattle, Wash., from the North, bring* details...

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. — 28 September 1900

5*1393I®*?®®!? 3. Tilt We Are Now Comfortably Settled OUR NEW STORE! Y$Z 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 os We are this season making a leader of the old favorite—"The World's Best"— All Style* and Sices for Kyerj Kind of Fnel. The Oenntne all bear thia Trade-Mark. Beware of Imitations. W AND ZT as ©VoiidsJS 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 €)f)€00 [vAJlOlvJsJllJls)UlJi£ W. D. BESLOW'S BIG DIME STORE is still enjoying a splendid business and shows that the efforts of the proprietor are apprecia te. Big Special Salt ALL NEXT WEEK A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF TINWARE, NOTIONS, PICTURES, GLASSWARE, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, «*Etc., «j*Etc., j»Etc. BIO SPECIAL SALE ALL NEXT WEEK Heffelflnger 3 HtnitHrt and Undertaki...

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. — 28 September 1900

va ject Milaca, Minn., Sept. 22.—State Audi­ tor Dunn fired the opening gun of the campaign at a largely attended Repub­ lican rally here last night, other speak­ ers being Hon. S. R. VanJSant, Repub­ lican candidate for governor, and his son, Grant. Mr. Dunn said: Since the day of its birth the destinies of the State of Minnesota have been controlled by the Republican party, with the exception of one or two briet but memorable periods, when certain departments of the state government fell into the hands of the Philistines. But for these temporary aberrations, the history of Minnesota has been one of steady progress and increasing pros­ perity and growth until she stands to­ day, the foremost of the grand galaxy of young Western states which in years to come will form the heart of the Re­ public.. So interwoven during the past forty years has been the history of our state and that of the Republican party in Minnesota, that the history of one is the history of the other. Their storie...

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. — 28 September 1900

\f 'o law was enacted the total sum of $132, 800.06 has been appropriated. Agricultural experiment stations have been established at Crookston and Grand Rapids. The state agricultural society receives liberal annual appro­ priations from the state, and $14,000 is distributed annually for the e-ncoui* agement of county fairs, where the products of the farm are exhibited and premiums given for the best specimens. Tlie Dairy Interests. It is a well known fact that Minne­ sota is to-day one of the leading dairy states in the union. The report of the dairy and food commissioner to the leg­ islature of 1899 gave the total number of creameries in the state on Oct. I, 1898, as 664. That number has, no doubt, been greatly increased since that time. These creameries are found in nearly every county, and Minnesota creamery butter has .taken first prizes in open competition with the world. Thes same report estimates that there were 100 cheese factories in the state, and that over 57,000 farmers...

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. — 28 September 1900

We K88p The Bone or the largest part of it and sell you the meat. And the quality is just as good as the quantity is large. We pick out our ...MEATS... with an eye to the superior tastes of our customers and what we offer can be relied on. Beef, Veal, Lamb or Mutton is tender and juicy. Try some. MESABA MEAT MARKET. jyk €. PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan Block, Virginia, Minn ARCHITECT. E. F. WARREN ARCHTECT. Fire Losses Estimated. Virginia, Minn. A. D. BLIX, Architect. 'OFFICE: Opposite Virginia Grocery Oo,, IBox 456. VIRGINIA, MINN. P, W. HEALY, Plastering, Brick and Stone Work A Specialty. CVIElfTM. VIAGINIA. A. L. McGREGORs Manufacturer of Carriages, Drays, Wagons and Sleighs. OULTUM* MINN. 586 West First Street. WHEELER & WILSON N3-9 BEARING ALL SEWING MACHINE I HI EASY RUNNING,QUIET RAPID AND DURABLE. It will pay you to see a WHEELER & WILSON before you buy. Write for Prices and Circulars* AGENTS WANTED IN ALL UNOCCUPIED TERRI­ TORY. Wheeler & Wilson Mf...

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. — 28 September 1900

SEEK IMPURE MEATS. GOVERNMENT INSPECTS CATTLE AT CHICAGO YARDS. ITi'evesi Hoj S| Sheep and Calvea Are Searched for Disease Rigid Poat an Ante-Mortem Examination of mm ICaeh Animal by Lynx-Iiyed Officials. Few people have m. mmiW ca en the least knowledge of the great work clone by the national government in inspecting killing of cattle, hogs and sheep at tiie Chicago stock yards. This inspec­ tion is being carried on in the stock yards of forty-eight other cities in the Suited States, but it is operated on a iar greater sale in Chicago Chan at any other point. Such a sharp watch for 1 [sensed and objectionable animals is maintained that it is practically an im­ possibility for unfit meat, designed for interstate or export shipment, to leave the inspected slaughter-houses at tin? yards. Every animal killed receives two or three inspections and when a diseased one is found the carcass is guarded as carefully as a box of jew­ elry until it is completely destroyed, as tar as edible purp...

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. — 28 September 1900

l~l——grr-iai 1 A oue about that a tun hal mad lead. Child was Feeding Snake. The strange sight of a child feeding a snake was witnessed a few daj?s ago at Millstone. Washington County. Solo­ mon Herbert stated that iris little grandson, Willie Rico, 2 years old, while playing in the yard-, shared his nursing bottle with a 'great, fat, shiny blaeksnake. The ehil'd \vas thought to have an abnormal appetite. lie usually took liisj bottle, after being tilled, into the yard, where it was supposed lie -eii joyed it himself. One day the b.ott.le was filled with coffee, well diluted with cream. The little boy went into the yard, and soon returned for more, call­ ing ro his grandfather to go out and see something. Mr. Herbert followed his grandson, who went to where the snake lay. The babe sucked awhile, and the -, the snake sucked. When the bain1 sucked loo long the snake showed signs restlessness. When the bottle was finished the reptile crawled down a hob4 near the cellar door. It is thou...

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. — 28 September 1900

****^c9c^ •ft Nays—none. •"^2*"BJj3«i Y' COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. (Continued from last week) By Alderman St Cyr: Virginia. Minn.. Aug. 80, 1900. Resolved—That a special election be held In the 4th Ward of the Oity of Virginia, on the 10th day of September, Moo. for the pur­ pose of electing one alderman to fill the un­ expired term of Alderman Peter Shipley, re­ signed. and that the Recorder be and is here­ by instructed to post notices for said elec­ tion according to law, said notices to be post ad at least 10 days before election. The place for holding said election in said ward to be as follows: The lower front room of the building known as the Ironwood House, Maple street. The following persons are hereby appointed to act as judges: A. E. Dunsmore, Theo. Oakmen and Victor Nelson, Passed on motion of Aid. Eaton by ttie following vote: Ayes—Aldermen Donnelly, Wasson, Eaton, St cyr, Mr. President—5. Passed UDOn motion of Alderman St. Cyr by the following vote: Ayes—Aldermen Don...

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. — 5 October 1900

I VOL. 8. so SS M* Are you Building?* we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, believing it will be advantageous to both* & & & & 4* A. HAWKINSON 4* 4* 4* 4* ti? FURNISHINGS. RAINTS. OILS, TINWARE, AND HARDWARE EVERY DESCRIPTION. ^(^^(^^(^^1^0000(^000000000000000000000000000000 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 41 Oar Stock is Complete and we aim to save the cnstomer time, and to give him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. $ CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. GRIGGS. CASHIER BANK 11 VIRGINIA, rjwrjrrrfwrrrgfrfrwffrr 'rrrrrrrgirrgirr—-gw oes A General Banking Business. J^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex­ change. Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time DepOSl tS Bank on Corner of Chestnut Street and Wyoming Avenue VIRGINIA. MINNESOTA. W. B. PRATT & GO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY. A most complete line of China, Croekery and Glassware. Courteous Treatment• Pric...

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. — 5 October 1900

lately, every THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. Tin* ttt.er wnr seems to have gone up in smoke, on the Portuguese frontier. Astronomical observatories are prepar­ ing to watch the flight of the price ol coal. A New .Jersey jury has decided that an automobile II. not a nuisance. But a cad who runs one may be. The floods in India may give Euro­ peans wet feet, but they wiii bring good Tups tor tlie starving Asiatics. Corbett's family matters are not a sub­ ject c.f international interest, but the re­ porters who send out dispatches si em to ill ink so. If President Loubet failed to give his wife notice that he was going to bring hose 22,000 friends home to dinner, lie is a mean old thing. Texas is a big state but with the -tonus rolling in upon her, as they People who have been critics of New York city because her people show no eagerness to put their hands into their pockets for the furtherance of an nument schemes, will please take no­ tice that New...

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. — 5 October 1900

PLUCK OF AJBUHG BOV. How Fred Donaldson Made His Trip in the Ea3t. BY PAINTING SIGNS. lie Started for Pa**is, l»ut Decided to Postpone that Trip f.r a While. A boy who will start out for an ex­ tended trip through the East, with the intention of eventually visiting the Paris exposition, and only a dollar in his pock­ et, is a pretty plucky chap, but that is what one .Milwaukee boy did last March, and lie made the Eastern trip ail right. though he did not go to Europe. lie is Fred Donaldson, a bright-faced south side high, school buy, and he teils A very interesting story of Ins travels and 01 how he paid his way through the country by painting signs. "I wanted to see something of the wrld." lie said, wlien seen ai his home, -i')7 American avenue, "and 1 did see quite a lot of it. too. I made my trip awheel, you know, and earned money enough as 1 went along to pay all my expenses. I never had painted a sign in my iife, but I knew I could do it aii right. Ever since I was a kid I had ...

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. — 5 October 1900

.1 GLASSWARE, Etc., We Are Now Comfortably Settled OUR NEW STORE! 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"— mm *y AU Stylea tnd SlfM for Every Kind of Fuel. 0 0 0 0 ft" The Ctenntns 11 bear thla Trade-Mark. Beware of Imitations. AND Ml m?4NG&Mj Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase of any­ thing in the Furniture Line. ]. Ittesberg No Trouble To Show Goods, OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARE THE FINEST. VIRGINIA AND 'g.y€6Sg)g)g)g)g0g)g)€ftg®g)®g)€)g)g)g)®g)g)g)g)g)0gge)g)g)g)0e)g)g)g)g)Q»0(ftft(*ftfl(»Q p. BE SLOWS BIG DIME STORE is still enjoying a splendid business and shows that the efforts of the proprietor are appreciate "/i?* Big Special Sale ALL NEXT WEEK A- A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF TINWARE, NOTIONS, PICTURES, CIGARS, **Etc., BI...

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. — 5 October 1900

!0®0®0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0! II 3 $ $ 1 9 3 H. J. GEORGE. '0000000000000000000 P. W. HEALY, Plastering, Brick and Stone Work A Specialty. EVELETH. VIRGINIA. A. L. McGREGOR, Manufacturer of Carriages, Drays, Wagons and Sleighs. DUL.TUH, MINN. 526 West First Street. WHEELER & WILSON BEARING Nft 9 ALL SEWING MACHINE EASY RUNNING,QUIET RAPID AND DURABLE. It will pay you to see a WHEELER & WILSON before you buy. Write for Prices and Circulars* AGENTS WANTED IN ALL UNOCCUPIED TERRI­ TORY. Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co*, 82 & 80 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, IIX. VIRGINIA JEWELRY CO., Agent, VIRGINIA, MINN. An JHL in Cbt Enterprise Brings 6ood Results. Stoves Co Burn! WE HAVE THEM, Whether It Is A Range or Heater You Wish. In connection with our complete line of GENERAL HARDWARE we always have on hand a full liae of Lime, Hair, Brick, Cement and Builder's Material. Virginia Hardware Co., VIRGINIA, MINN. '^oni^nra^niriririririririririririrTrTrTrTrTr^TrTrTrlrlrTrTrTr^^IrTrTrTrTr...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 October 1900

COAL FROM AMERICA. EUROPE COMES TO THIS COUN­ TRY FOR FUEL. The Inadequate Supply Abroad Pro­ motes Our Foreign Trade—Best Coul for Fighting Ships Now Comes from the United States. Mine operators from the United Siate.s and their agents are till over ilie Euroiiean continent in the interest of American coal aud almost every day essels loaded with the product of American mines are clearing for Euro­ pean ports, where they are to lay down bituminous coal at English juices, .feat Britain, with an estimated coal supply for only 200 years, has been ex­ porting 55,000,000 tons annually. The iBritish public lias been looking upon ihis with disfavor. An export tax upon (he product is anticipated, and in the •vent of it the Mediterranean ports must draw upon the United States for their fuel. Already the United States nas been supplying the best coal for use in naval vessels. in Europe coal deposits cover 27.000 square miles in Russia. 0.000 in Great iiiitain, .'{,000 in Germany. I.SOO in '/r...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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