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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 2 November 1900

~a:. JWwuug ftw—rwiinFn GERMAN TURF AS FUEL. Its Utility Now Beins Considered on Account of Dear Coal. At the present price of coal the use of turf as fuel in Germany commands spe­ cial attention. Hitherto all attempts to use turf as fuel and for the production of gas on a large scale have failed, for the reason that no means existed to dry it cheaply and quickly, nor could it be pressed into a small volume. Turf con­ tains about 75 per cent, of water, of which it loses very little in ordinary "drying." It is now proposed to reduce the turf to pulp and destroy the fiber, af­ ter which the mass is easily dried, get­ ting quite hard and furnishing an excel­ lent charcoal. There is no reason why this turf coal should not be used for elec­ tric stoves and in the manufacture of carbide of calcium. In distilling the turf coal, paraffin, am­ monias and a strong illuminating gas are found. In using it as a fuel for locomo­ tives a heat 'equal to that of 93.25 per cent, of the best coal has ...

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. — 2 November 1900

8 I 4 •b COAL HARPER WHISKY RECEIVED GOLD MEDAL. Special Dispatch. PARIS, Aug. 25.—American whis­ kies received the official approval of the exposition today, when Gold Medal was awarded to Bernheim Bros., Louisville, Ky., on their I. W. Harper whiskey. Sold in Virginia, Minn., by T. A. Clark. We Are Now Comfortably Settled ... !N OUR NEW STORE I 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"— All Styles and Sizes for Every Kind of Fuel. Mi 1. Iltebera The Oennine n.11 this Tniiie-Mark.bear Beware ot' imitations. §\VorWs8§ 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 EVELETH. *.. UIMsale Priccs..! to People Living Outside of City of D...

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. — 2 November 1900

\i/ \i Viz \fc \J \S ili vi/ \l/ \ii U/ ill vl \fc Vote Herman Krause, FIJJiE LINE OP The Only Mug Saloon in The City. INTERESTING Briefly Sketched I NEWS NOTES. Busy Readers. Vote. Vote«early. Tight. Vote 4or county division. Vote for home-rule, self-govern mtent an4i Iron county- iRev. L. I. Belden wiM resume the regular -services at the Episcopal chnarch next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. James moved into their pleasant new apartments in the Megfeerg block yesterday. Miss Nellie Mahoney is ill, her place in the Virginia schools being supplied fey Mrs. D. E. Cuppernull this week. A bright girl baby was Tborn to Mr., and Mrs. J. J. Booth* Tuesday morning,, and J. J. has laeen all saaailes since.' Tike Caftflaolic Ladies'Aid met with the Misses Sweeney Wednesday af­ ternoon, aad meet with Mrs. McNa mam at Auburn next week. *1 The first cdeer of the season was brought in yesterday noon by C..C. Christopher. -It was killed a sho-rt distance south of the city. Help furnish your new home b...

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. — 2 November 1900

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. Peary's failure to get in co:umunica-_ tion with the thawed portion of the world will make the next Arctic quest a search for Peary instead of for the pole. An immediate choice of pets is de­ manded by common sense in the case of the Michigan father whose little girl was almost eaten by a "pet" mountain iion. The seizure of partridges in packages marked butter «*nd fish will convince Chicago sportsmen that Wisconsin gam«' wardens are not frightened by ridiculous suits for damages. The hahit of depositing bundles of clothing on the banks of rivers and lakes. To suggest suicide, has grown so common that future rummage sales will have less difficulty in picking up stocks. Sir Thomas Lipton will be satisfied as to all of the particulars of next year's race for the America cup, but the New York Yacht Club will not permit its courtesy to satisfy him as to the reult of the race. A sensation-monger at Cheyenne starts a rumo...

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. — 2 November 1900

IN IIOSTON. No doubt that everyone "knows bean*"— In lioston. Wljy. college girls are In their teens— The b.-. hies there know how to spell. Their elders don't believe in—well, They just believe, the truth to tell- here cultured culture has its cult, And with each other may consult, They can anticipate result- No split infinitives abound- In Boston. In Boston. The Common is not common there­ in Boston. And all three-cornered spots are square— In Boston. In Boston. In Boston. Yet the objective may be found In Boston. They love to talk of this, or that, Until you wonder where they're at Strange theories beneath each hat— In Boston. Their ways are past all finding out— In Boston. And oven subways turn about— The only crooks are those of streets, No I'.ird of prev the stranger greets, And much is angular one meets— In Boston. In Boston. You've lieaid. perhaps, about the maid In Boston. Who finally became a shade— She came to Heaven's outer gate. And vet dec'ined M.ch happy fate. But sta...

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. — 2 November 1900

BRIEF PERSONAL POINTERS. m.'A, »v' Comings and doings of our Neighbors. Jud4*e Lekve, of Hibbing, is in the city today. Mayor Palmer went to Dulutli Tuesday \V. L,. Loulan was over from Hi vvabik today. \Y. T. Bailey spent the Sabbath in Dulutli. H. B. Hovland, of Biwabik, was in the city Tuesday. as. A. Loulan was in from Kve leth Tuesday eveninii-. Col. R. W. Mars, of Dulutli, was in the city Monday and Tuesday. G. \Y. Mulligan, the Kveleth cigar manufacturer, is in the city today. Richard Cullen, of Duluth, was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday. Capt. T. J. Jones attended to busi­ ness matters in Duluth Wednesday Miss Clara Fay and Mrs. A. B. Coates were in Duluth Wednesday. M. A. McNaughton, of Mountain Iron, was a Virginia visitor Wed­ nesday. John Chesser attended to business matters in Duluth the first of the week. Jno. B. Sutphin, of Duluth, looked after business matters in the city Tuesday. Theo. Hollister, of Duluth, attends to business matters on the ranofe this week, Ram...

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. — 9 November 1900

"TltfTT-it—h 4 VOL. 8. so IF [cicicicicic 000® 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* *L *L vVi. Deposits 1 rS? rfr rf? 4* 4? *t» utJiJiJutjrjjiJtjrjrjjrjjL j-ir Ibflre you Building?* we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, believing it will be advantageous to both. t)f »j? 4» A. HAWKINSON W. B. ib ih ib ifc $ i* I Hr rt» rjr 4? fjff fjff ft TINWARE, A/V0 HARDWARE EVERY DESCRIPTION. LICICICICIiXJLXJLJIJZJ 0000000000000000 4* 4* 4* 4* 4& 4* 4* 4* 4* ~W €€)®00 FURNISHINGS, RAINTS, OILS, GLA S, Oar 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. ... $ "T CHESTNUT STREET, VIRGINIA. *,* xV vtx »•.» *V xV xT* \V nV xV x*/ «,v xV *fy xf^ xf- O. D. KINNEY, PRES. hi. GRIGGS, CASHIER BANK 2IL VIRGINIA, ^^_.Does A General Banking Business. J^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign arid Domestic Ex­ change. Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time Bank on Corner of Chestnut Street and Wyomin...

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. — 9 November 1900

11:011 No a ca viiur HK'l irriiH' men! ting Cami uieta sti.ni An her k: 'ty cur uou id hoo a 1 a: S'.' of sc '"di iein MICHAELMAS HIRING FAIR. How the English Farmer ia Able to Secure His Help* Michaelmas hiring fair brought throngs of men and women, young and old, into the picturesque streets of High Wycombe, drawn from a radius that extended far beyond the limits of the (ounty of Buck­ inghamshire. They stood in groups for liie inspection of the farmers and their wives, awaiting the possibility of a change of situation and an agreeable va­ riation ot' wages. Shepherds and cow- wore tufts of hair stuck in their «\ips to distinguish them, while the head­ dress of ploughmen and team boys was embellished with knotted whipcord. The yi'ijuger candidates, taking advantage of the prevailing scarcity of labor, invari­ ably sought an increase of wage, which was. as a rale, readily given, especially in eases where faithful service had been rendered.— London Telegraph. Odd Features ol* French...

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. — 9 November 1900

A TRIAL BOTTLE FREE. Rheumatism, Sciatica and Neuralgia withstand every other medicine, but yield on the instant to "g DROPS-" To enable all sufferers to test this wonderful remedy, we will send a trial bottle cent stamps to pay for mailing. Large bottles of 300 doses 81.00, sent prepaid by mail or express. "5 DROPS" .rrT-. ^ve as ad a a a A a a Fever, Catarrh, Liver and idney Troubles, Sleeplessness, Ner­ vousness, Nervous and Neuralgic Headaches, Karache, Toothache, Heart Weakness, IjaGrippe, Malaria, Paralysis, Creeping Numbness, and along list of other ill®. Write us in haste and stop your suf­ fering. Agents wanted. SWANSOM RHEUMATIC CURE CO. I GO Lake Street, Chicairo, lit. Manila is Behind the Times. Manila is one of the most important ports in the Philippine islands, but. s: range to say, is one day behind all otli p!.u es of its size in the world. This -unons^fai.-r is accounted for in this way: Although the Philippine islands lie near the Asiatic coast, they were discovere...

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. — 9 November 1900

uaflsgBeiBHVBs jp^sr T*( s. fe •f* •M* T4 «v-.- ir tr V-. & agse«s *r f-. «e~. «•-=t 4r 4b fr"' «»-.A vj:' lM 1. ntobcra Bavba €o. Will ('Vt Spirit}! J'rices .U »/.• s:n A IUAK N i. i'AK'l:-, A I ne'" wis ". IJ ii-.. •«8fB" mum We Are Now Comfortably Settled 1 !N OUR NEW STORE!1 5|C where we are prepared to show to the peoiple of Virginia and vicinity the most elaborate stock of iO I 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"— I I Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase of any- fcgf thing in the Furniture Line. No Trouble To Show Goods. OUR I'RICKS ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARK THK FINEST. VIRGINIA AND People Living Oniric oi City ot Duluth WHO AR1-: i.\ WANT FURNITURE, CARPETS I of.411 Kinds. PORTIERES, LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES, Oil, LINOLEUMS, BABY CARRIAGES. Eto. WHY SEND TO CHICAGO v/hcn you ran do as well and better right here at 3)?m...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 9 November 1900

KJJ CO o. LL) LL) vs ?•.,}•:• W A W 1 v, v. O' 4. O -J QL O UJ people THIS We are & 3 9 thing in No LO J* *4^ r' C1-: ir.i'KU a in**r 1 1 let hi! v.-m We Are Now Comfortably Settled 1 !N OUR NEW STORE! be re we are prepared to show to the of Virginia elaborate stock of People Living Outside Will iU'i vSserial Vices *V: Jk tr' «r (S-* rij».. Bayba & Co. f.wl.l 'i •, firV?OV3 Paiv{% Aii'.r. Aiiienciin, whl' and vicinity the furniture and Stoves ever exhibited North of Duluth, and at the lowest, possible prices season making —"The favorite PtTlwi Kr«-r* a ^Vorldsfi Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase the Furniture Line Trouble To 1. ntotera OUR PRICKS ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARK THK FINEST. VIRGINIA mnwiemm *4° *$? *j(f sjf •ifa-f «sr*c AND most a leader of World 1 of any Show Goods. EVELETH. 1 Ubolcsale Frio of recti t.ieoaicr.u approval ol r.v«M5.» i*-.,? the l.-'.e e\"",'-'ic f.'.xLr,". u*hci '•1 itv: ir-'k? 5 to vh:A i?em liro l.wj'i (i t:ieir i-. ...

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. — 9 November 1900

4 T~7!T% »f* if *1? if if if i? if *$? 'd* *J? *f? if \if if if if if afe (ito («®f i\&f If- Ladies' Fancy Plush and tjf Velvet Stock Collars, ah'-^•IrSei OS ffl UJ Of lu '•j The Big Store, Regular price, 25c, FOR SATURDAY, only *|r Ladies' Kxtra Heavy Rib '1 bed Fleeced Vest & Pants, r- Regular .K)C quality, QQ/ W FOR SATURDAY, only wC Here Are A Few \ki $11 UK) K\tra Table, Sol •K- id Oak, polish &10 finish, for only $i: v.ih Oak Kxtra Table. polish lini-h, hlav. jj ii K' 1' 1 &Q ut, i* te, s«.i nisi 'CC ived a 1 ii to !uaU*h Tallies, "thai \vi 1 scl 1 at prices ou ilewr 'a t'o: e. j?. SHANEDLING 16c Royal Honey TOILET SOAP, Regular Price 10c, 3C SATURDAY, CHIS Probably you are not ready to buy gift handker ijh chiefs yet, bat you may be interested in this line for yodr own use. Therefore we are pleased io ahnounce that our entire holiday assortment is tjf in stock and on display It's the biggest and best hatidkerceief stock in this section without doubt. You'll ag...

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. — 9 November 1900

rl» *i 4? 4* J? rh 'Wi ^V-Vk« T"' vO ifi I Pi Thn Dlir Otnro I lie Dig UlOlUf Ladie*' Fancy Plush and Velvet Stock Collars, Regular price, 25c, FOR SATURDAY, only f|f Ladies' Extra Heavy Rib I bed fleeced Vest & Pants, Regular 50c quality, QQ* Here Are A Prices for Next Week $13.00 K\tra Table, Sol­ id Oak. polish finish, for only .f 10.00 Oak Kxtra Table, polish finish, L. 1ARK & SON, fSHANEDlLING FOR SATURDAY, only WV, RW TH I:-I" COM PA N Royal Honey TOILET SOAP, Regular Price 10c, SATURDAY, catalog house. •$* Probably vera are not ready to buy gift handker chiefs yet,*ba!t you may be interested in this line I for yodr own use. Therefore we are pleased io "mF ahnounce that our entire holiday assortment is in stock and on display It's the biggest and a best hatidkerceief stock in thia section without doubt. You'll agree with us when von look over the line Si or $S.OO Oak Kxtra Table, for only Haw jusl root-i vi fine lot of Editing Row? g&alrs to match Tabies, that will...

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. — 9 November 1900

dict THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. The report from California that prunes will be plentiful has been received with mournful silence in boarding-house cir­ cles. The mud on the padded pantaloons of the football player shows how old scores are wiped out in the earth-disturbing game. The new Shamrock will probably have skippers enough, but nobody believes the report that she is to be made of green cheese The pork "shorts*' will give Sir Thomas tlie cup if he will only ease up 011 market long enough for them to get un the other tack. The Australian suggestion that Queen Victoria's Title bo changed to Empress of the British Empire suggests the query, "Could she be Empress of anything C.sl- The Chattanooga mother who used the hatchet cure for the cigarette habit probably prevented one case of hereditary insanity that would have been charged airainst tobacco. The insanity plea made in the case of Ferrell, the murderer of Express Messen­ ger Lane, would...

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. — 9 November 1900

r-tTBaa AY lias AY inter. AV IS Scenes and Incidents of Everyday Life in the Paris of Amsrici. Mrs. George M. Pullman is in New York city for the present, having closed her seaside house at Elberon. Mrs. Pullman has an apartment at the Wal­ dorf-Astoria. Her stay there will prob­ ably be short. The New York Herald pronounces the report started recently that Washington society had ostracized Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson Pago is without founda­ tion. Washington society has absolutely no grievance against Mr. and Mrs. Page. It quite approves of them. The Herald says the casus belli is located elsewhere. One of the most popular and beautiful •women in Paris society, whose levees are attended by the most exclusive and dis­ tinguished residents and visitors to that capital, is the Countess de Gabriac, wife of a descendant of one of the Crusaders. The Countess is a granddaughter of Richard Connelly, of Tweed fame. Con­ nelly's granddaughters both married el i. The Countess' sister is Mrs. Ch...

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. — 9 November 1900

It moon St Kerr Co. Dispose of Their Pine Lands and Personal Holdings to the Northern Lumber Co. WILL REBUILD MILL HERE. By tlu* tonus of a warranty (loot! 'jilod witli resistor of St. Louis vouuty on Wednesday the .fvorr Lumber company of this city conveyed to tlit* Northern Lumber company of Cloijuct all tlieir tim •ber Interests in a lar*»o quantity of Panels situated in townships 58-17, 39-17 and 5*)-18, for a consideration of $105,000. The first named company also conveys a quantity of land in town­ ship 54-12 to R. M. Weyerhaeuser, of Cloquet, for a consideration of $25, •000, subject to mineral rights and right of way of the Duluth is understood to be the inten­ tion of the Northern company, who own from eighty to one hundred millions ot standing pine, north and tributary to Virginia, to put »n a couple of camps and bank a season's supply of logs on Silver Lake this winter, erecting a mill at his point during- the winter. The building of a logging railroad into •he limber sec...

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. — 16 November 1900

-rr-tnag «Tv. VOL. 8. BUY HIM jj| \b \tt to to to to to iit 4 ben levy, nor. VIRGINIA, MINN. '^f3f3I31'JrjrjOrcTcTcTcTcTcTcTcTcTcIcIcIcILlclClclc^EEEE^jI^LjLjL4I3EjK^^iRJ^^^ An Ulster And He Won't Have To Run To Keep Warm! We Have Particular Styles in ., ULSTERS FOR BOYS ,. Something Different From the Ordinary Kind. Brown and Grey Shetlands, Scotch Tweeds and Friezes. 1 $2.95 to $5.50. Extra Heavy Chiviots, Oxford I Mixtures and Friezes, $6.00 to $10.00. are for Boys from 5 to 18 Years. We needn't remind .you that they're WELL MADE, for you 3 know they wouldn't be here if they were not. Don't Go Elsewhere Looking For BOY'S ULSTERS bill come directly here—WE CAN PLEASE YOU! *1 HE ENTERPRISE 1 CLOTHING HOUSE, £0n)pie{e j[en's and Boy's Outfitters. 1 ALFRED BURKE, SALOON AND CONCERT HALL, Finest line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars in the City. O. D. KINNEY. PRES. K. URIUGS, CASHIER BANK IE VIRGINIA, oes A General Banking Business. change. Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time D...

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. — 16 November 1900

THE BATTLE-FIELDS. OLO SOLDIERS TALK OVER ARMY EXPERIENCES. The Blue and the Gray Review Inci­ dents of the .Late War* and in a Graphic and Interesting Manner Tell, of Camp, March and Battle. "There were a great many extraor­ dinary scenes at Stone River," said the Major, "but the one that stands out like a picture in memory has for its central figure a Confederate artillery­ man. Our regiment was charging a Confederate battery. We were not more than 100 yards from the guns, when all but one were whirled away. As we were climbing a stone fence, and getting ready for a rush, there came sweeping up from the Confederate rear a full team of artillery horses, the pos­ tilion having them under perfect con­ trol. "He swept in a circle to where the one gun- of the battery had been left, two or three men crejit out from the low breastworks near, iu two minutes the horses were hitched to the gun car­ riage, and the driver turned them to­ ward us, and came down upon us at a sweeping gallop. Th...

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. — 16 November 1900

44 44 —Jisper Wickham gathered over 100 boxes of apples from 97 Ben Davis trees he planted in 1895 at Hood River, Or. To Mothers of Largo Families. In this workaday world few women are so placed that physical exertion is not constantly demanded of them in their daily life. Mrs. Pinkham makes a special appeal' to mothers of large families whose work is never done, and many of whom suffer, and suffer for lack of intelligent aid. To women, young or old, rich or poor, Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass., extends her invitation of free adviee. Oh, women! do not let your lives be sacrificed when a word from Mrs. Pinkham, at the first approach of Mbs. Carrie Belleville. weakness, may fill your future years with healthy joy. When I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was not able to do my housework. I suf­ fered terribly at time of menstruation. Several doctors told me they could do nothing for me. Thanks to Mrs. Pink ham's advice and medicine I am now well, and can do the work f...

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. — 16 November 1900

Mr tf) cc it Q£ 0 Or ifc 1 & 4* oust-PRICKS Bayba $ Co. COAL HARPER WHISKY RECEIVED GOLD MEDAL.. Special Dispatch. PARIS, Aug. 25.—American whis­ kies received the official approval of the exposition today, when Gold Medal was awarded to Bernheim Bros., Louisville, Ky., on their I. W. Harper whiskey. Sold in Virginia, Minn., by T. A. Clark. 'We Are Now Comfortably Settled !N OUR NEW STORE! 5fC where we are prepared to show to the people of Virginia and vicinity the most elaborate stock of furoitsu? and Stows 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"— fltyl«s TV- *11 lwnr th!» tvrA A 9 1 SVorldsJS 1. mesbcm Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase of any­ thing in the Furniture Line. No Trouble To Show Goods. VIRGINIA ARK RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARK THK FINKST. A N Wholesale Prices .. to People Living Outside of City of Duluth WHO ARK IN WANT OF FURNITUDE, CARPETS, ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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