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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 June 1901

•%l'. A« ft? *r h' |/S 0 CH SHOLM BUY A LOT IN THE NEW TOWN. Lots On Sale AT OFFICE OF John Costin, Jr., VIRGINIA, BANK. BUY A LOT IN THE NEW TOWN. Lots On Sale I AT OFFICE OF John Costin, Mtti BRIEF1 PERSONAL POINTERS. Comings and tiolngs of our Neighbors. E. Z. Griggs returned Saturday evening from an extended visit to his old home at To wanda, Pa. Dur­ ing his absence Mr. Griggs suffered a severe attack of pneumonia, but we are pleased to note his return to the city in usual health. J. W. Crockett, of Biwabik, attend­ ed to business matters in the city Tuesdajr. Mrs. E. C. Sigel and children re­ turned Tuesday from a visit with Duluth friends. M. L. Fay was a business visitor to Duluth Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sweeney were Duluth visitors the first of the week. John Helmer came up from Du­ luth Wednesday morning, going out to his exploring camps on sec-, tion 1, 58-18, where he has two drills at work. Mrs. B. Levin returned Monday from a visit with relatives and friends at To...

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 June 1901

ff'\f 4* 4* Mr 5/ \l \l/ \l/ ili i£ ii/ \l5 \to \i/ \fc ii it ib \4# ib \k lft iHf its ik vfc itt itt ifc ik ili THE VOL. 9. •i* •4* YOUR ON VIRGINIA *1*4**1**1* *1* 4* 4* 4* 4'* 4* *1* »f* 4* *T* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 'VuVu "-ei FOR THE GRANDEST 4th of July CELEBRATION EVER HELD NORTH OF DULUTH. •g,i,gl,g,tf,tf,g-f,f-f-f,if,g- Virginia Hardware Co. jj! SCREEN DOORS, SCRENN SASH $ and BUILDERS MATERIAL. Crescent Bicycles, THE BEST. Bicycles, Bicycle Repairs .. And Supplies,. Stoves, Hardware ifc and Uiigina lardware Company, VIRGINIA. MINN. •'Vi. Jjf 4$vfeStVj'ifzV: 5 **4* *"PH jb»« ligh 4 ii- 7* TV III Furnishings. 4% W ft- *1^ Ii The hall was appropriately decor­ ated in the class colors of nile green and cream and a profusion of flow­ ers, and the large auditorium was well filled with friends of the young man and the many people who are interested in our schools and school successes. The first number on the program was "Annie Laurie," by the School, which was rendered in a manner which ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 June 1901

the rtiong The Dunkards originated in Ger­ many, out of which country they were driven by persecution early in the eighteenth century. They came to Pennsylvania on the invitation of Wil­ liam Penn, and in that State they throve and grew numerous. Until re­ cently Pennsylvania has been the head center of the Dunkards, but so many of them have emigrated to the farm lands of the far West that the center has now shifted. It was from one of the Pennsylvania communities that sprang an even more curious and interesting development— that of the monastic Town of Ephreta, Pa., once a manufacturing and com­ mercial metropolis, now a mere vil­ lage. Nearly 200 years ago Conrad Beissel, of Dunkard parentage, was baptized into the German Baptist Church. He was a man of great study and pious zeal, and he became convinced that the seventh, instead of the first, day of the week should be observed as the Sabbath day. He wrote tracts iu sup­ port of this view jind urged it so strongly that, to avoid t...

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 June 1901

Hi SPINNING WHEEL. PICNIC DAYS. Picnic season Now is here Most eventful Of the yenr. Rural pleasures, Farming sights, Now appeal to Cityites. There is hustling Day before. Making pies and Cakes galore: Packing baskets To the brim. Getting all things Put in trim. In the morning Sun comes out. rutting fears of Rain to rout. There is rushing To and fro. Then oft' to the Woods all go. Girls go strolling, Jet a fright— I'.riiidie cow puts All to flight. Later on all Scream and quake— Jrst a little Gaiter snake. Gallant chappies I-usn ihe swing To which buxom Maidens cling Work ahead till Out of breath And they're nearly Tired to death. Time for dinner Kinds it spread. With a bright sky Overhead: Soon a rain eomes Pouring down All are soaked from Feet to crown. Clothes are ruined, irul the same All declare that It's a shame Ask them later And they'll say That they had a Splendid day. Pittsburg Chronic'.e-Telegraph. "They're busy—I'll call you." That is the exasperating sentence usually ii...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 June 1901

kf Lj. ^5* Isf iT 13. 1 Hi Hi \b ib ib ih tfr Ur Hi Hi Hi Hh lN' & 1 §*. B. E. it- fc- (t, *. We Are Now Comfortably ,t ... Settled ,* IN II NEW STORE! where we are prepared to show to the people of Virginia and vicinity the most elaborate stock of furniture 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"— All Stylet and Sices for Every Kind of Fuel The G«imtae all bear tbto Trade-Mark. Bewar* ImitatioDa. 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. Vhmm VIRGIN A AND EVELETH. W..B PRATT & CO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY. -••j- A most complete line of China, Croekery and Glassware. 25 Tarniturt and Undertaking, Courteous Treatment• Prices Right• 9S ff\ Stock, Bonds, Grain and ^Provisions. PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL LEADING MARKE...

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 June 1901

t**$\ r- i*« ARE ijft THE "I •v »)r »f? 4 4* •jja *W •Hi* ^is* A. ClK COM.! BICYCLES if fU .TClClClLK 4» 4» 4ft 4ft «$• 4* 4ft 4ft 4* 4« 4ft 4 4* 4ft 4ft 4^ If Better Bicycles than Crawfords were made we would be selling them. Paints,« Oils«and Building «IDateial$! Our Stock is Complete and we aim to save tlie customer time, and to give him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGIN/A, MRS. J. J. BOOTH, PROP. FAMILY WASHINGS A SPECIALTY. PRICES Ml&HT. I SALOON AND CONCERT HALL, Finest line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars in the City. Satisfaction Always Given to our customer in the turning out of all classes of Laundry Work. We take a great deal of pride in our Shirt, Collar and Cuff Department. troy Steam Caundry, For good clean work the 1 public has recommended 4 INTERESTING CITY NEWS NOTES. & rTTTT EATON'S D8AY LINE LIGHT MO Muvr DRATISK}. FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAULED. —. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO West Walnut street. Virgi...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 June 1901

84 fe'K II $•$ W'l I THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. The mechanical brain tester invented by an Iowa professor is not a slot ma­ chine, although the latter have through temptation tested the capacity of many a head. Young Alfonso's first bull fight proba­ bly convinced him that beef can slaughtered to slow music at a bigger profit than can be made by less spectacu­ lar butchers. Forester lodges which put their candi­ dates through the ceremony which is re­ sponsible for the precarious condition of a Philadelphia man. should be compelled to establish hospitals for initiate?. The Wisconsin's natural draft record of 1H.3 knots an hour during a trial of two days is one that cannot be beaten easily by any other battleship in the i'nited States navy. She is as powerful iis a bulldog, and as slippery as an eel. Sir Thomas Lipton's efforts to get into the Royal Yacht Club in no way involves the Shamrock's opportunity to race for the America cup. as the ya...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 June 1901

SONG. It was a golfer and his lass, With a ball and a bag, and a little caddie lad, and a "Here, caddie-laddie, ho!" That o'er the green golf links did pass In May time, the on'iy pretty playtime, When birds do sing, ney dlng-a-dlug-dlug True golfers love the spring. Upon a bunker's side a bit. With a ball and a bag, and a little caddie^ lad and e. "Now. caddie-laddie, go!" These pretty foozling folk did sit In May time, the only pretty playtime. When birds do sing, hey dlng-a-dlng-dlng True golfers love the spring. This matter they did there propound. With a ball and a bag, and a little caddle lnd, and a "Pray, caddie-laddie, go!" How that life is but a round In May time, the only pretty playtime. When birds do sing, liey dlug-a-dlng-ding True golfers love the spring. And therefore make a match today. With a ball and a bag, and a- little caddie lad, nrnl a "Your bob, caddie? Oh, just so!" For Love's the royal, ancient way In May time, the only pretty playtime. When birds do slug, h...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 June 1901

I run BUY A LOT IN THE NEW TOWN. Lots On Sale AT OFFICE OF John Gostin, Jr., VIRGINIA, OFFICE VER BANK. BUY A LOT IN THE NEW TOWN. Lots On Sale AT OFFICE OF John Gostin, Jr., VIRGINIA. OFFICE OVER BANK. CHISHOLIi t, J, iiSsftw-W -TijZsuited** IIIilifcilfclMttlt BRIEF PERSONAL POINTERS. Comings and firings of our Neighbors, S. Sax and sister were in from Ev eleth last evening1. 'v Capt. E. C. Mills, of Stevenson, was in the city Sunday. City Assessor Dunsmore went to Duluth today, taking the 1901 assess­ ment roll to th^ county auditor. W. C. Yawkey and son, W. H. Yawkey, of Detroit, owners of the fee of the Commodore and Besse mer properties, were in the city Friday and Saturday. Gust Johnson returned Saturday from St. Paul, where he had been as a delegate to the, Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. During his absence Mr. John­ son visited the fine new Oddfellows' Home at Northfield. Mr. and Mrs. F. Lerch,of Biwabik, were Virginia visitors Sunday. E. J. O'Rourke, of the Virginia Cash Grocery, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 July 1901

'I *«. 1 •. 4* Paints, •fr I tlx rv, CRAWFORD BICYCLES otARE «s*THE«£ BEST ^MADE T|r & A. HAWKINSON, 4? 4* »,» ft*** «,,* ft**'*******?!**,***?!*******,* 4? 4* If Better Bicycles than Crawfords 5 were made we would be selling them. 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. CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. MRS. J. J. BOOTH, PROP. FAMILY WASHINGS A SPECIALTY. PRICES RIGHT. Satisfaction Always ffiwn to our customer in the turning out of all classes of Laundry Work. We take a great deal of pride in our Shirt, Collar and Cuff Department. For ^ood clean work the public has recommended troy steam Laundry, EATON'S DRAY LINE LIGHT AND HBAVY DBA¥IN«. FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAULED.- —. ORDKB8 PROMPTLY ATTIXDKD TO West Walnut street, Virginia. The Weather Man Had For Virginians and 10:00 a. m. U•UU .AA 0 rvi 12:00 m., 2:15 p. m. 2:45 p. m. w- 3*00 1*1 Weather For Th* Fourth. Program of The Day a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 July 1901

fi (i AN BSHlfPY WOMAN. SAD LIFE OF DOWAGER EMPRESS OF GERMANY# Eldest Danzhter of Qneen Victoria and Wife of Frederick III.» Her Death Will Be Little Mourned by Her Ger­ man Subjects. Daughter of a Queen and mother of an Emperor, brilliant beyond the meas­ ure of most brilliant women, and now unhappy to the last degree, the Em­ press Dowager of Germany lies near death iu the gloomy castle at Crons berg-on-tlie-Maln. Half deserted by her imperial son, bereft of her mother, and having the contumely of a foreign nation which never understood her, this daughter of the throne of Eng­ land lies awaiting the end. Only her iron will has stood off the destroyer for so long. The world has wondered why she should care to live. It has been said even that she herself will have 110 regrets when at last she lays down her burdens. Her position is simply that of one who sees the inevitable, but who stands waiting for Fate to turn the last card. Alone in the cheerless rooms of the great gloomy castl...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 July 1901

I SPINNING WHEEL. IN THE PALACE OP THE CZAR. The Czar was lounging on the throne, The doctor paced the hailski, When through the palace vnine a faint And feeble isort-.of.squallskl. The doctor hurried to the Czar, And cried: "I wish you joyski, You are once more a papavitch, But—it is not a boyskl." The Czar laid down his sceptervitch, And said: "It makes me eickskl To think that it is not for me To play with little Nickski. Tis bad enough to walk the floor When teethovitch annoyski, But it would not affect me so If it had been a boyski." The Czar walked to the palace gate, Unheeding bomb or mineski, And nailed thereon a very big And boldly lettered signski. The subjects cried the Russian for The French "Vive le Roiski." Then read tlie signski, which announced This: WANTED HERE— ONE BOYSKI. .7. —St. Louis Post-Dispatch. SEE THE rOET. This the man With the sickly Smile, who Writes br.d Verse at So Much A Mile. Kis rhymes Don't rhyme. And his Feet don't Meter, hut That den't matter So...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 July 1901

IN I ib \li iff u* iti & ili Mi St^ Are^Now Comfortably Settled HEW Old) where we are prepared to show to the people of Virginia and vicinity the most elaborate stoek of ever exhibited North Of lowest-possible prfces. .... 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. 3. me$bei&. VIRGIN A AND EVELETH. W. .B PRATT &C0 B. E. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY. A most complete line of STORE! Duluth, and at the We are this season making a leader of the old favorite—"The World's Best"— The (MNtat all tear Trade-Hark. Bnr of All StylM sal Bias tot •rtrj Kind of FML China, Croekery and Glassware. & Courteous Treatment- Prices Right- Bonds, Grain Provisions. 3* PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL UzAblrfGt MARKETS. We Handle Copper and Ir6n Stocks. TELEPHONE US FOR QUOTATIONS. Office Over Finch's Place, Rooney Block, VIRGINIA, MINN. T. R. PA TT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 July 1901

J)R. J. V. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Specialties: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. office over Talboys & Campbell's, EVELETH, MINN. C. PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan Block, Virginia, Minn Virginia Hive No. 62, L. O. HAVANA ALFRED BURKE. SALOON AND CONCERT HALL, Finest line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars in the City. T. M. Meets First and Third Mondays of Each Month, at Hawkinson's Hall, 7:30 o'clock. Visitors Always Welcome, WINIFRED DHOHAN, R. K, A. L. McGREGOR. Manufacturer of Carriages, Drays, Wagons and Sleighs. DULUTH, MINN. 26 West First Street. P. W. HEALY, Plastering, Brick and Stone Work A Specialty. EVELETH. VIRGINIA SMOKERS! if your choice of Smoke is a Rich, Mild and Pleasant Cigar try that CELEBRATED AND ORIGINAL JAEKECKE BROS.' Cigar Jlas stood the test for fifteen years and is pronounced by judges as fine as ever. IS STRICTLY A UNION MADE CIQAR. Beware of Imitations. Virginia-Eveleth LINE. TWO TRIPS DAILY. rfMC SOHmOULMt Leave Virginia 8:00 a. in. &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 July 1901

& -V- THE YIRG1HIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. According to the Czar's estimate four of a kind won't beat one—if the one is a king. mmmmmmmm^_ It seems tliat in racing for challenge cnps, yachts can be too long on the wa­ ter-line as well as too long in getting over the course. If Joaquin Miller's oil land venture •urns out as he hopes it will, the world may expect a poem that will immortal­ ize Ihc oil gusher. The convicts in the Indiana state prison are preparing to publish a daily newspa­ per—which suggests wonder as to hew they can get it ont. Sour Lake, Tex., has an oil gusher and now all that it needs to make it the haven of speculators is the "greens" to complete the boom salad. When James ,T. Ccrbett appears at Berlin at the invitation of the Kaiser it will not be the first time that boxing has brought him before a court. Nobody has yet hinted that any of the cup yachts might carry a supply of con­ densed wind in their hollow spars. The Dunrave...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 July 1901

F- Sccnes and Incidents of Everyday Life in the Paris of America. J* IN MULBERRY STREET. The meinncholy organ-man I* playing in the crowded street You curse! Yet pause before you ban The melancholy organ-man. His wail is sweet as Pipes O'Pan To little, shuttling, dancing feet. Tlit* melancholy organ-man is playing in the crowded street. —New York Evening Sun. The Casino next year will be under the •management of Samuel S. and Lee Shubert. the present lessees of the Her­ ald Square theater. They will succeed Henry B. Sire on May 1 next and their lease is for ten years. The present poli­ cy of the house will be continued. Lawrence Godkin. formerly the editor of the Evening Post, sailed for Europe last week with his wife, a physician and a trained nursr. He is very much brok en-in health and will probably reside per­ manently in England, where he intends to rent or purchase a country seat. The ferryboat Northfield, which was sunk a short time ago, was pulled from the niud in the East r...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 July 1901

if I' BUY A LOT IN THE NEW TOWN. Lots On Sale AT OFFICE OF John Gostin, Jr., VIRGINIA. OFFICE VER BANK. BUY A LOT IN THE NEW TOWN. Lots On Sale AT OFFICE OF John Costin, Jr., VIRGINIA, OFFICE OVER BANK. CMSHOLM tiollfs Neighbors. POINTERS Irv Logan was a Duluth visitor Friday. 4 Alderman St. Cyr went to Duluth today. Frank Loulan was over from Buhl Wednesday. Mrs'. S. Rubloff went to Duluth Wednesday. Fred Lerch was over from Biwab ik Wednesday. Mise Mabel Griggs spent Suudaj' with Duluth friends. P. E. McCormack, of Washington Life fame, is in the city. W. T. Bailey came up from Du luth Tuesday morning. Capt. J. H. Pearce, of Duluth, in the city this morning/ Robert Little was over from Mt. Iron Saturday evening. Miss Dora Lancore, of Cloquet visits with friends in the city. T. E. Dockery, of Fond du Lac Wis., spent Sunday in the city. Supt. Fairbairn, of the Columbia, spends the week friends at Ishpem ing. John .Chesser attended to business matters in Duluth the first of the week....

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. — 19 July 1901

VOL. 9. •*•.« v» ik ^5» Mi «?i«» .ffi. CRAWFORD BICYCLES ^AREo»THE^ BEST«^MADE rjb 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4* 4? 4? 4? 4* 4? A. HAWKINSON, itL ±tL ±tz. ±!A. A A A A at* J!» V, t* V, COAL! rib 4? 4* 4? 4* 4? 4? 4* 4? 4? 4? 4? *ft ifi i|i •I* *$fc If Better Bicycles than Crawfords S were made we would be selling them. Paints,«Oils«and Building* materials! Our Stock is Complete and we aim to save the customer time, and to give Hf him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. I CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. viy5:* *w Wlrma&f*' t'V. -"V* *J» »•». 7j* VJf rfjSf /, V{ Vj VjS VJ* V$? Satisfaction Always Given to our customer in the turning out of all classes of Laundry Work. We take a great deal of pride in our Shirt, Collar and Cuff Department. troy Steam Laundry, MRS. J. J. BOOTH, PROP. FAMILY WASHINGS A SPECIALTY. 4» 4 For ^ood clean work the public has recommended 4 4* PRICES RIGHT. $ $ $ 4 3 4 $ 4 EATON'S DRAY LINE LIGHT AND HKAVY DBAYIKG. FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAUL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 19 July 1901

•V-fi** "A- I shall never find again *. llllplll THE LOST GARDEN. "Somewhere in the distant southland Blooms a garden—lost to me— Warm with poppies burning fragrant, Drowsy fires I may not see. "Subtle shadows flit and beckon Down dim pathways bound with yew, Where a white wraith wanders lonely 'Twixt the darkness and the dew. "In the ruined walls that echoed Once to happy-hearted moods, Now the stealthy, lightfoot lizards Unmolested rear their broods. "And beneath the oleanders, No clear voice sings, as of old But the fleet caressing sunbeams Whisper secrets to their mold, "Though I follow as the southwind Fares his way through wood and plain, Though I question hill and valley, "My lost garden—where lie buried Joys that swift the glad hours sped Only one could bid me enter Only Love—and Love is dead!" —Ainslee's. THE LITTLE WIDOW HX the sunshiny room of Mrs. Endi cott there was a buzz of conversa tion and the sound of snipping of scissors, and it was evident that Ihe Embroidery cir...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 19 July 1901

*4. I SPINNING WHEEL. HOW TAT BROKE THE NEWS. Tim Casey anil bis friend, Pat Kline, Were blasting rock one day. When a blast went off and blew poor T*m Clear to the inllky way. When Tim came down ho came so fast He left his soul behind. An arm and leg was all of him That they could ever find. The fcriuan said to Tat: "Go home And see Tim's poor old wife, And gently break the news to her That Tim has lost his life" So Pat went sadly to Tim's home. And when he saw Tim's wife He cried: "Did Mr. Casey have Insurance on his life?" "You bet ycr life he has!" said she, "Hurrah for that!" yells Pat: "We can't collect your husband, but We'll help you collect that!" Mapley Weak In St. Paul Dispatch. Among the members of the court of ap­ peals when that body was first elected by the people at a spring election in 1870 •was .Judge Martin Grover, a quaint and curious old mail, whose eccentricities at ratted attention wherever he was knuvii. but whose robust mind, judicial fairness and intellectu...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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