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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 May 1901

& COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDIN6S. V1*xrXli rfV' Official Publication Tirst regular meeting. Council Chambers, Virginia. Minn.. April 9.1901. Meeting called to order by Mayor A. N. Thompson, who stated that the first business before thr council was the election of a pres­ ident of the council. Mov®d and supported that W. F.Donnelly be elected as president of the council. •Carried. The president takes his seat* and announces that the next business before the council is the -election of a vice-president. Moved and supported that H. J. Eaton be elected as vice-president of the council. Roll call: Aldermen Burchell. Walberg, St. Cyr, Wes­ son, Eaton, Blomberg. George, Mr. Presi dent—8. Absent none. The council committees were appointed by Jtbe mayor for the ensuing year, as follows: Ways and means—Aldermen George, Eaton »nd Blomberg. finance—Aldermen Eaton, George and Wasson. Streets, alleys and sidewalks—Aldermen Blomberg, Wasson and St. Cyr. Fire and fire department—Aldermen Don­ nelly...

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. — 17 May 1901

•$* 2* T7 BUY s» nOMTT SbS ffiit $ SALE AT IRonatalattr Oil go., THE ENTERPRISE CLOTHING HOUSE Every Evening at 7:30. Special Sale Saturday at 2 p. m. for Ladies. .£ Are Cordially Invited to Attend A This Sale. THE ENTERPRISE CLOTHING HOUSE, SCOTT BLOCK, VIRGINIA, MINN. OIL jIjTXI-Jl^IolclcIcX^cTcILTlIcIcIcIcrcIcIcI^lJlJlJl^I.j:Jr^T3^ If You Want To Make Money. Tliose who bought the following Oil Stocks made money: OTT TTTTT **lue (irarfs Oil Shares went onto 1TJ._I_J v/X J.X XJ the market at oc, now selling at loc OTT ^TTATJTTft* Kern River oil went onto the mar vFXJj OXlxvxVXJkj. ket at $.1.50, now selling at $22.50 San JoiKjuain Oil Co., 50e, now selling at $12.7.") New York Oil Co., now selling at $202: Home Oil Co., sold at $10 per share and afterwards sold above $4,7."i) and paid 120 per cent on tin- par value of the stock. Central Oil Co., riOc, now $1.50 Ful lerton Consolidated, 25c, now 50c Continental, 50c, now 90c Reed Crede Oil 10c, now 75c Columbia 50c, now $1.38 Westla...

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. — 17 May 1901

I. BUFFALO'S BIG SHOW PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION A QORQEOUS DISPLAY. Plenty of Contrast and Color, Unlike the Chicago Fair—A Correspondent Says It's Well Worth Crossing the Continent to See. Buffalo correspondence: The Pan-American exposition in many respects ought to be the most successful international exposition ever held in America. The Centennial at Philadel­ phia and the Columbian World's Fair at Chicago are the only exhibitions that can fairly be compared with the Pan-Ameri­ can at Buffalo. Each of those was held in a slough of bad times. The nation was sick at heart. Most of the people were too poor for entertainments. Buffalo gets the benefit of the most marvelous rush of prosperity the country has ever known. She has the advantage, too, of eight years of scientific progress over Chicago, ETHNOLOGY BUII.DINO. and of twenty-five years over Philadel­ phia—a quarter of a century as full of miracles as half a dozen centuries in slower times. And then she has Niagara Falls—a thing ...

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. — 17 May 1901

1 rZ K-, 1 •«r% 11 "TX^r m'V ," 4 A Famou* Old llonae. The house pf Walter Bak.-r Co., whose manufacture* of coco* nnd tloeolate have become famli'ar in the mouth household words, was established one hundred and twenty-one years ago (1780) on the Neponset River In the old town of Dorchester, sub­ urb of Boston. From the little wooden ml!!, "by the rude bridge that arched the flood," where the enterprise was first started,, ihers lux* grown up tha largest industrial estab­ lishment of the kind In the world. It might l»e said that, white other manufacturers come and go, Walter DuLer & Co. go on forever. What is the secret of their great success? It is a very simple one. They have won and held the"' confidence of the great and con­ stantly increasing body of consumers by al­ ways maintaining the highest standard ic the quality of their cocoa and chocolate preparations, and selling them at the lowest price for which unadulterated articles o' good quality can be put upon the market, ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1901

il) it/ i* 0/ \i vi/ ii it) \i tif u# tf I We Are Now Comfortably Settled ... jg IN SUR NEW STORE! ~~^T 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 *£gj£ lowest possible prices We are this season making a leader of the old favorite—"The World's Best"— AH Style* ttft SUM for The Genntae til bear thl* Imitations 'S S1'S••&'SLViyj'a*•a *7v W Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase of any­ thing in the Furniture Line. No Trouble To Show Goods.. OUR PRICKS ARK RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARK THE FINEST. 3. m*$lW8... VIRGINA AMD furniture and Undtrtakinft, EVELETH. g-g-g g'g'g,S'gl,g,g-g-g-g-g-g-g-g-g-g-^"?^ -r^ ^-/r W. B. PRATT & CO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES FANCY. •M" A most complete line of jjj China, Crockery and Glassware. it? Courteous Treatment Vrices Right• 9\ Stock, Bonds, Grain S Provisions* S PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL LEADING...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1901

[yyy ii&&00000000®1 & & 4* *v vV '/IS* *p v\& '/if s& 4* CRAWFORD BICYCLES t^ARE ^THE^ BEST MADE*^ *1* rib rfr «i? TjrjrjrjTLicitiLicic: ^4 i^k 4$fc 4$t 4$fc 4* i|* 4$fc 4!fr lit- A. HAWKINSON, ©//(fr •J* If Better Bicycles than Crawfords were made we would be selling them, jg Paints 011$ and Building «mateial$!« Our Stock is Complete and we aim to save the customer time, and to give him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. •JUOLkLtt&IUUfcfc3 ^saa^b CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. xV xV xVt Vx \j* xV xV xV \+0 xV \V vjx xV ^iv ^jx ^x%f ^Jx ^xxjx *5* *1* «•£••£•'***•^•••1**1" *4* •£*•$* •$• ••I** •$* *J* *Z* *J* •$• •$• •§*•$••$• MRS. J. J. BOOTH, PROP. COIL! FAMILY WASHINGS A SPECIALTY. PRICES RIGHT. Satisfaction Always Given to our custoiner in the 4. turning out of all classes of Laundry Work. We take a great deal of pride in our Shirt, Collar and Cuff Department. For good clean work the public has recommended troy Steam La...

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. — 17 May 1901

V^t^i^-ay,^ THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. £. HANNAFORD, Publisher. The fool who rocks the boat or the skiff because quiet rowing and paddling about isn't dangerous enough to give zest to sport on the water, is furnishing the usual items at the opening of the boating season.. While Count Boni de Castellane is tak­ ing the month's complete rest ordered by his physicians, he will not be spending his wife's money that is, as much as lie would spend if he were at liberty to cavort in his usual circles. American railroads have constructed some wonderful tunnels, and made heavy "tills" to bring tracks to levels but the 145 and 130-foot "fills" on the Union Pa­ cific railroad near Sherman, Wyoming, probably represent the biggest jobs of grading ever done on railroad lines. The Ann Arbor plague case and the re­ ported attack by cancer of a California medical specialist who has been investi­ gating the disease, afford proof that it isn't safe for scientists to attack mi­ crobes i...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1901

I ¥1 •w-% a T~* -,1 1 ^f(Vi hSfyfapJ, T^5H^ 'V ^n 1 1 -1" HAIR WORN DK-COL-I-TAY. As the years keep piling on us, .vet we claim that we are yonne And the term "old man" Indignantly re­ sent! We are active in our motions and are frisky with the tongue, And a lot of time before the glass is spent. We may think the tricks of toilet make us look like youngish men, Preparations to prevent us turutng gray. But the cat jumps from the burlap and th? truth's apparent when We begin to wear our hair de-col-l-tay! We may win admiring glances and per­ chance a friendly smile From the fair ones whose attention we would court They may fall to note our ages as they contemplate our style, And may think us young enough for flirt­ ing sport, But they have no sweet enticements in their store for aged men When the signs of age they cannot hide away, And they turn us down instanter with their arctic glances wiien We begin to wear our hair de-col-i-tayl There Is not the least attraction In a nude and ghas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1901

!. M. il A palm'EIC tf Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan Block, Virginia, Minn Virginia Hive No. 62, L. O. T. M. Meets First iinci TiiiI'd Mondays of Each Month, at ilawUinsiHi'ei HaH, 7: )0o' look. Visitors Always Welcome. MAVME RINNKRT, R. K, A. L. McGREGORj Manufacturer of Carriages, Drays, Wagons and Sleighl DULUTH, West First Street. A Specialty. SVELETH. VIRGINIA Chas. L. Pettis & Co. CASH Produce S Buyers* Dressed Poultry, Game, Furs, Butter and Eggs. 204 DUANE STREET, NEW YORK. Write for Our Present Pay­ ing Prices. MESABA ART TAILORS who are located on Walnut Street are prepared to give you A Fine Suit of Clothes at their usual Low Prices. Kvery Suit of Clothes made by this I firm is guaranteed to fit perfectly and Workmanship is Unexcelled JSoxth of Duluth- Clothes Cleaned and Pressed on Short Notice. Shop in Calderwood Block, Upstairs. E. MEHTONEN, MANAGER. WHEELER & WILSON NQ. 9 ALL EARING SEWING MACHINE EASY RUNNING,QUIET RAPID AND DURABLE. It llll pi) JOI to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 May 1901

I ii'SV .6 VOL. 9. I Are •4* •& Mr \b \Jbf \l# \b $ S ili Hi ifc iH 4 iH iSt iH iHf in iit i* Hi AUCTION AT I ENTERPRISE THE CLOTHING HOUSE Every Evening at 7:30. Special Sale j* Saturday at 2 p. m. for Ladies. Cordially Invited to Attend This Sale. THE ENTERPRISE CLOTHING HOUSE, SCOTT BLOCK, VIRGINIA, MINN. NATHANSON VIRGINIA 'S LEADING CLOTHIERS. THERE IS STYLE I CLOTHES THAT WE SELL TO THE 111« vnil will tinf fin/1 in on\- 4/x,«p^ that you will not lint! in any other store in town. We are just as particular that the garments that we offer to our customers shall be Cut in The Latest Fashion and shall be Perfectly Correct in Every Detail, Therefore, it is with an assurance born of our deep knowledge of the facts, that we can recommend the Clothing made by MICHAELS. STERN of Rochester, to the most critical. MEN'S FASHIONABLE SUITS in every variety of fabric, at S 110.00, $12.00, $15.00 and $18.00« Hatbanson that insures a positive saving to you of from $2.50 to $5.00. IT Our Boy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 May 1901

1 gj^» ft CROWNED KING IN AMERICA Offshoot of the Mormons* Who Ruled the Kingdom ©f Beaver Island. Few people are aware that at one time on the soil of democratic America there reigned a king, but such is the case. James Jesse Strang, a disappointed claimant as successor of Joseph Smith of Mormon fame, settled a colony of Mor­ mons on Big Beaver island, in Lake Michigan, in 1848. and was crowned King July 8, 1850. Strang was ready for the turn things took, and discovered, by a vision, three brazen plates covered on both sides with symbolic figures and cabalistic signs which he translated as a commission from the Lord. The plates arc- known as the "Voree Plates." These plates were dug out of the ground under the roots of an oak tree a foot in diameter by four of his faith fui ones whom he took as witnesses to dig them up. They were found not far from the bridge across White river, near the east line of Walworth county. Wis. Tliero they were taken out September 13, 1845, and were enca...

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. — 24 May 1901

*t m. pW'1} aMCj* ,*» £**??$%i SPINNING WHEEL. A FILIPINO DIALECT POEM. Me mucha bueno bombre, si, Talk poco Eng'.eesh way, Me sabe 'Mericano, si, Me sabe all him say. Meuabe cuss, me sabe booze, Me sabe jag all right, Me sabe dat an say bim Jag, Be vera out of sight. Him soldar genorita lik, Me nuio inuchu good, Me spjk to ber, sbe kissa bim, An say me-bloek of wood. Me love1 bim girl, no Ilk soldar, Me spik him dat one day, Den him go loco mad. an dam Him vera mucha say. Him sonka me in nose an spik: "You git a pronto gait, Upon yourself or by the guns, I'll crack yer blasted slate!" Me mucha buenn liombre, si, Talk poco Engleesh way, Me sabe soldar him get mad Me vamoose right away. —Denver Times. A. Hiiborn of Liverpool, England, in speaking to a New York Trbuue Report­ er at the Waldorf-Astoria of the "Child" country said: "In former times there used to be a certain Duke of Richmond, then lord lieutenant of Ireland, who be­ longed to the hail-fellow-well-met species. With his b...

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. — 24 May 1901

J*'?- #1 ili ib IB ib ib ib ib ib ib iS ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib I mk B. E. .*«M We Are Now Comfortably ... Settled ... OUR DEW 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 priees. .... We are this season making a leader of the old favorite—"The World's Best"— AH Stylet «&d Bifct for ETerr Kind of Fuel Th«! ronmne nil mat tote Trade-Murk. Bewv* Imitations HdiP 93? Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase pf any­ thing in the Furniture I4ne, No Trouble To Show Goods* OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS .ARE THE FINEST. 1. lltetaB... VIRGIN A AMO EVELETH. W. B. PRATT & CO The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. furniture Md Undertaking, GROGERIESi! FANCY. A most complete line of China, Croekery and Glassware. Jg Courteous Treatment Prices Right- Stock, Bonds, Grain and Provisions. PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL LEADING MAftkETS. IVe...

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. — 24 May 1901

•4 0*«i •ST BICYCLES .* ARE.* THE.* BEST MAD&* 4? t|T i* aIA 4 4* 4 4* If Better Bicycles than Crawfords 8 were made we would be selling them, Paints Oils and DuiMing«I1)ateiil$!« Our Stock is Complete and we aim to save the customer time, and to give 0 him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. HAWKINSON, CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. MRS. J. J. BOOTH, PROP. COM.! FAMILY WASHINGS A SPECIALTY. PRICES R0GHT. ALFRED BURKE, SALOON AND CONCERT HALL, Finest iine of Wines, Liquors and Cigars in the City. Satisfaction Jflways given to our customer in the turning out of all classes of Laundry Work. We take a great deal of pride in oar Shirt, Collar and Cuff Department. For good clean work the public has recommended troy Steam Laundry, EATON'S DRAY LINE Light and Heavy DRAYIXft. FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAULED. —. OKDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO West. Walnut street, Virginia. COME IN! ALWAYS WELCOME! EAST GHESTNBT STREET, ^IRSINI^^ RISSK, INTERBSTIN6 CITY NEWS NOTES....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 May 1901

I *r,:M '1 THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE "VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. It was only a flurry, after all but it •will inspire caution. The plai. c* burning the veldt to sub due tlie Boers wili end in smoke. The plow trust is no indication that the trust business is running into the ground. Mrs. Nation's case isn't the first time that insanity has been mistaken for en­ thusiasm. The three Kansas girls who tried to im­ itate Mrs. Nation found that the saloon­ keepers have their "second wind." Thillips, the corn king, is planning a hot summer for the speculators without even consulting the weather bureau. If the Russian grand duke comes to America he will fall into so much hospi­ tality that he will forget that his name is Mike. The Shamrock lost her gaff and gaff topsail in a squall, but is said to have sailed so fast that she didn't lose her reputation. The Zuyder Zee reclamation scheme suggests the remark that when Holland makes up her mind to grow, the sea must take a back s...

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. — 24 May 1901

K. WHEN YOU'RE "IT." When a lady Rather sadly, Or It may be Rather gladly/ Tells you that with her you've failed to Make a hit: When she sptlngs the "Don't miud. do you?" Or the "Be a Sister to you," Then the proper diagnosis Is: "You're IT." When the bunko Steerer prances Oft with all of Your, finances: v\ uen the street car gong rings and You have lit: When the auto- Mobile slams you Into hitching posts And jams you— 1 lien the proper diagnosis Is: "You're IT." There will always Be a witness When you take the Rank of lt-iiess. And the title nearly always Is a lit But when you're in Grip's hot clutches, And it gives the Final touches. Then the proper diagnosis Is: -It's IT." —Grand Ranids Herald. Scenes and Incidents of Everyday Life in the Paris of America. James I\ Hackett has completely re­ covered from his illness and has returned to town to make preparations for his starring tour in Victor Ma pes' play, "Don Caesar's Return," at Wallac-k's in September. Iludolph Aronson, the w...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 May 1901

i: I ph 4a*'' $ 'rsjrif BRIEF PERSONAL POINTERS. Dr. J. F. Avery left. Monday for Aitkin, at which point he will per­ manently locate in the near future. M. Mark of the Iron Range Fur­ niture Co., was a business visitor to Duluth Tuesday and Wednesday. T. E. Dockery, of Fond du Lac, Wis., circulated among his Virginia friends Sunday and Monday. Louis Goldman, a prominent bus­ iness man of Buhl, was in the city yesterday morning. P. E. McCorinack was in the city the fore part of the week. Misses Annie and Abbie Sheehy, of Eveleth, spend the week with Vir­ ginia friends, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. King. Mrs. F. G. Benjamin, of Butternut, Wis., is in the cit% a guest of her sister, Mrs. J. O. Shadbolt, with whom she will spend the summer. Rev. H. W. Harbaugh, of Colton, Cal., is in Duluth this week, respon­ sive to a subpoena as a witness in the fire damage case. Fred W. Hudson left Tuesday for Portland, Oregon, in which state he intends taking up a homestead in the near fut...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 May 1901

I rf •& •i* 4* *5 VI/ \to \ii \i/ iJ Or Or itf tt a iH \ki it Ui ik i* iif ik iff itt AUCTION SALE AT THE ENTERPRISE CLOTHING HOUSE Every Evening at 7:30. Special Sale Saturday at 2 p. m. for Ladies. Are Cordially Invited to Attend This Sale. THE ENTERPRISE CLOTHING HOUSE, SCOTT BLOCK, VIRGINIA, MINN. NATHANSON VIRGINIA 'S LEADING CLOIHIERS. I THERE IS STYLE Hit \i & lb TO THE J* VOL. 9. VIRGINIA, ST. LOUIS COUNTY. MINI CLOTHES THAT WE SELL that you will not find in any other store in town. We are just as particular that the garments that we offer to our customers shall be Cut in The Latest Fashion and shall be Perfectly Correct in Every Detail, Therefore, it is with an assurance born of our deep knowledge of the facts, that we can recommend the Clothing made by MICHAELS, STERN CO., of Rochester, to the most critical. MEN'S FASHIONABLE SUITS in every variety of fabric, at .00, $12.00, $15.00 and $18.00 that insures a positive saving to you of from $2.50 to $3.00. Our Boys' C...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 May 1901

•W Svtorit'' a «H"iV-i£ teji fiv'4 ifv i., -v **.} *^\*H *t THE VIRGINIA' MRPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. C. HANNAFORD, Publisher. Ilia announcement that the young King of Spain has taken to the saddle ruaj ". of especial interest to the Carl ists. The Modern Woodman lodge in Iowa that frightened an initiate into an alarm­ ing stupor must be the owner of a goat that can double discount the bock beer animal. A Chicago bank has taken the precau­ tion to require photographs of its em­ ployes, and this may suggest the intro­ duction of the Bertillon system in the management of financial institutions. The discovery that naphthalene is a cure lor mosquito bites will be of great importance in the yellow fever country if it is found that the naphthalene neu­ tralizes every poison that goes with the bite- The socond Shamrock defeated the Shamrock of 1899 yesterday by a mar­ gin so narrow that the British yachts­ men cannot feel highly elated although it is evident that both of the Shamrocks ore f...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 May 1901

.. St "V^1 fjT' NONSENSE RHYME8, There was a young maid of Passaic. Who. w)th coughs was each night kept awa-lc? •f. Till the doctor, for fee, Prescribed a~tioche. .• And she now snores in measure troeliaic- A poet whose first name w«|s Peter.* On the edge of Fame often did teeter: 4 But he sadly, lacked might. And hi? verse was so liuht It was measured by common gns-ine'er. A wise man exploring the Nile, Said, ''The Sphinx Is, no doubt, all the style. But yonder there be Other ruins. I see. And I'll peei'-amid those for a while. Said a youth, as the sleighbells did iingie, 'AH the blood in my veins is a-tingle When I think that for me You m.v fair bridle be." But she said, "I remain, dear surcingle!" —Blanche Elizabeth Wade in the Century. Scenes and Incidents of Everyday Life in the Paris o! America. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payue Whitney have concluded- to remain abroad this summer, and their villa at Newport will not be opened until their return late in the fall. Town Topics credits M...

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