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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 October 1895

ft I've VOL. f\k Prescott Chestnut Street, VIRGINIA. r' s. The Prescott & Mars COMPANY, 7T AGENTS FOR. RADIANT HOME Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and ©helf Hardware Ui We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity with From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in and get our prices before buyiog Elsewhere. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES Calls answered Day and Night. VIRGINIA, MINN. jf RICHARDSON $ COMPANYS C0BK-S0LE Turned Shoe, TIE BEST LADIES' SHOE III TOE MARKET. Inspect Them and Be Convinced Per Year in Advance: MINN. H. SKUD & BRO. SOLE AGENTS _FOR NEWS FROM THE IRON MINES. IXTKHJS8TINQ NOTES RELATlfe TO OPJR PRINCIPAL INDUSTRY. Meaaba and other Iron Range*. At the Franklin there is but little change a lively appear­ ance is presented at all times, and what is more cheering than this is the fact that the propsrty will be worked to its fullest ex­ tent during the enti...

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. — 4 October 1895

& 1'- **f s» *%uJT THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Louis V. was The Idle, on account of his laziness. —-Iloriuisdus of Persia was The Nose­ less, from a natural defect. —Harold I. of England was The Have foot, from his tieetuess in running. —Double flowers are generally the re­ sult of cultivation and always au abnor­ mal growth. —The rose among the Romans was the emblem of secreey, hence the phrase, sub rosa. —In all mountainous countries tlowers are found growing ui to the line of per­ petual suow. —The coral flowers, so-called, are ani mals. A coral reef resembles a innl of anemones. —Some nlants. as the peach tree, send forth their tlowers before the leaves have started. —Victor Emanuel of Italy was desig nated The Gallant not only on account of his iiolitcness. but because of Ins im­ petuosity in battle. —Ethelred II. of Euglaiul was The I*nready, from the fact that he was al­ ways behind with his military prepara­...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 October 1895

!v i: I" #•./ NM Jil SOME COSTLY SLIPPEBS. Footwo«r on Dainty Feet- Adorned with Dlamoadi Worth ,MO,OtO. "It would surprise most people," said, a west end bootmaker, "to know of the husro sums which some of the aristoc­ racy spend on shoes, and especially on slippers. Only the other day a countess, whose name is familiar to everyone, had a pair of slipuers made which were decorated in a picture pattern, like a pair of worked slippers, with precious stones, these being largely rabies, emer­ alds and diamonds. The result was ex­ ceedingly beautiful, but the cost was over £4500. "There is one accomplished workman iu London whoso sole occupation Is that of mounting fancy slippers with jewels. The present Dowager Countess of some years ago had made—her husband was then alive apd gave the order—a pair of slippers, which she was to appear as Cinderella at a fancy dress hall, given by the Duke of Manchester. The slippers were one mass of diamonds, the value of the stones being considera­ bl...

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. — 4 October 1895

E W E O S ^4NGtSf M. C. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.— Finest Sample Room in the City.... Chestnut Street. Virginia Bus and Baggage SETH SELLERS, PPOPrM^OR. Makes All Trains. Passengers to and from all parte of the city. Leavo orders at LivervBarn. Viririnia. Minn. First M. E. Church, Corner Cleveland Ave. and Spruce St. Sunday Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30. Sabbath School, 12 o'clock. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Evening, at 7:30. Young Men's Meeting, Sunday at 4 Junior League, Wednesday 4 pm Class Meeting, Sunday 9:30, O E O. J. GARY. Pastor. Beatly & Sibbald, yiOWJttJMH. CONTRACTORS AKD a BUILDERS. Estimates Furnished on All Kinds of Buildings. Plans and Specifications Furnished at Moderate Prices. Two Doors East of Opera House, Chestnut Street., Virginia, Minn. H. J. Eaton & Co., LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYItf® I Sale and Feed Stable, Near West end of Walnut 8t. 2 I I O N kJ ii I N S E The tfVbftev you paid last year for fuel that was wasted Woutdgoi gboa way toward buying Jewel S...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 October 1895

VOL. 3. Chestnut Street, yLi-. COMPANY,. J, AGENTS FOR RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of a a a VATMVMnr####mirMV##rMV4f« ©helf Hardware Prescolt& Mars Company, H. S. IlOBlJVtSOJV ,f COMPANY'S COBK-SOLE Turned Shoe, THE BEST LADIES' SHOE E THE MARKET. Inspect Them and Be Convinced.— Moon & Kerr Lumber Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in 5 A VIRGINIA, MINN. SHOD H. LUMBER, lath and Shingles. Special Attention to vocal Trade, Office and Mills, Virginia, Minn- To The Ladies of Virginia and Vicinity Mrs. H. Strehlau sr & BftO., SOLE AGENTS J"OR. 9 —has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery stock north of St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in her hands will be trimmed in the neatest manner. Satisfaction ©uaranteed. Give her a call. Mrs, H. itvehlau. -•i* •—•v.yr.'" -••-••vy.yt- NEWS FROM THE IRON DINES. INTERESTING NOTES RELATIVE TO 9 OUR PRINCIPAL INDUSTRY. Mesaba atid Other Iron Ranges. The Oliver closed its ...

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. — 18 October 1895

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —In the Argentine Republic golf is taking a strong hold. Perfumes were introduced into Eng­ land in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. —Sheffield. England, expects to holil a great musical festival in the near future. —A locomotive consumes on an aver­ age forty-five gallons of water for everv mile it runs. —Oscar Willie's play, "Salome," is to be produced at the Theater Liber, Paris, this winter. —In Switzerland a society has long been formed for the preservation of wild flowers. "The Portrait of Oorieu Gray" has reached a seventh edition in Paris, ami is still selling fast. —A proposal is on foot in London for the construction of an overhead railway from Waterloo station to the city. It is reported that preparations are being made in Abyssinia for a war against the Italians on the lied sea after the rainy season. I not disfigure the hands with caustic to remove warts, but touch them with strong s...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 October 1895

$ vJf Built oh the solid foundtttiott of pi.trJ, healthy blood is reai and tastihg. As Ion? aS yoli bnvb frieh red blbod yoti will have iut sickness. Wheli yob it lib ybbi* bltiod tt» bSCOitie thin, tlh'pipteii robbed tf the little fed cmpuscieS Wiiitjh Iiidictiid its QUalityi yo\t will becbiiie tited, wdrh but, ibStt your appetite ahd strength aild dist?iisd will soon have ybil iii its grasp I'urifjr, vitaiizte and enrich ybur blbod, and keep it ihire by taking '-fin* Qjib True Biood Purifier .piroitiinerit ly in the public eye $1. All druggists Hood'*? Pill«fur6 h»lUuil constlpa 11UUU & rlllS fion Price 25c per box. KNOWLEDGE Brines eemfori apd improvement and tena^ to beBbijal feiijoymeni. frhen Hgntly tisea. The ibfiny, who ii¥b bet­ ter thaii others aiid life riibfe, with less expehditine, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Svrup of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 October 1895

CP— W. A. Crawford, JEWEL IUWBHWKWBB1 pre T1 /V tiR hai VIRGINIA. O. D. KINNEY, PRES. WATCH! THIS StWCfc JIEXT *VEEK. occupied by THE FAIR STORE. in an announcement to the public regarding their Elegant New Line of DRESS GOODS of the Lattest Patterns which v/ill be opened very shortly. The Fidelity Mutual Life Association. of Fiiiladelphia, Pa., L. G. Fouse. Pres Is a purely mutual, flexible premium, expense limited company working under the "FOUST SYSTEM" of life insurance, affording absolute security at the least possible cost, and without the possibility of failure. fy Not an old line company nor :ni assessment company, in the usual sense of the term tW It embraces the strong points ot both whilst eliminating their weakness ^vo-ds the f- iusrerous legal reserve technical liability and thus not only si^.-es 20 per cent of the premiums, but also makes larger provisions for death losses tlmn any old line company. No unnecessary accumulations 110 uncertain premiums. The leaiilni flex...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 October 1895

VOL. 3. Chestnut Street, 1. A Prescott & Mars COMPANY, ~~~K AGKNTS FOR. RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and Prescott & Mars -y ©lielf Hardware Do YOU VIRGINIA, MINN. Wear Clothes? YES!! Then Go to the Stoi-^ of Where you can get more and better goods for less money than at any other place on the range. Their Stock of CLOTHING, HATS. CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,, Is Always Complete. TTTmrTtmMmmTfiumumTmTiuiummmi Moon & Kerr Lumber Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in LUMBER, Lath and Shingle*. Special Attention to J^ooal Trade. Office and Mills, Virginia. Minn- To The Ladies of Virginia and Vicinity r. Mrs. H. Strehlau —has the best— Fall and Winter Millinem stock north of St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placet in her hands will be trimmed in the neatest manner. Sstisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a call. teVlrsir^C^htor^ChMtriutSt., JffS, H. Ntl'elllaU. «tv4 NEWS FROM THE IRON MINES. iXTJBHESTItre NOTES RE...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 October 1895

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Published CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —A^rrmrrti railroad compaitf^TRflr or­ dered clocks to bo placed ou the outside of every locomotive. —A Scotchman's brain has an average weight of 50 ounces and an English­ man's half an ounce loss. —From the Thirteenth to the Seven­ teenth century a blue eoat in England was the sign of ii sevvput. two iiiain objects 'f In I Still there v,en» iu\Lynfloii tv$ly 500 miles of undergrouSul \vires, \vhei^as there. at« now lo,000 miles. —Sea birds outnumber the land birds, because their food neyer? foils, not be­ cause they -wolific^ The^4r|»l-5* believed to be the most numerous biriiftin the world. —Alphonso VIII. of Leon uud Custjle was The (iood. from hfcvgtJeat po^$&uul piety. The same tide Hvm* horue,l^j§ sev­ eral other kings, among them J&hn n., King of Frame lieue. Kiug of Naples, and William II., of the Sicilies. —Solomon was called by the Hebrews of his time The White Iviug from the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 October 1895

0r °k£ I »s •••%, :v It Will Pay To make some 'provision* for your physi­ cal health at this season, because a cold or cough, an attaetT tf pneumonia or ty­ phoid fever now may. mate Jou an in­ valid ali winter. Fir§t of all be sure that your blood is pure, for KealtV depends upon pure blood. A few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla will be a paying investment now. It will give you pure, rich blood and invigorate your whole system. w'' Sarsapartlla Is the One True Blood Purifier. Hood's Pill Saw tasteless, mild, cftfec* tiVc. All druggists, 25& BETTER YHAK A POLICEMAN* Vbung Sobietjr Wdman ot Lehigh Valley Stops a Shtttitiiig Affray. Bessie Thbraas. a weli-known society Woman of Lehigh valley, and sister of David H. Thomas, superintendent of the Thomas Iron company at liokendauqua, figured as heroiue in stoppiug a shoot­ ing affray. Two men. Frank Gallagher and John Davis, got into a tight over a lawsuit, when the latter drew a.revolver aud tired three shots at Gallagher. Just then ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 October 1895

& 4 W. A. Crawford, E W E 7 VIRGINIA. I— Ironwood House. COOT) TABLE AN© BEDS RATES: $1.00 Per Day, $4.50 Per. Week. Table Board. $4.00 Per Week Good Bar in Connection. ANDERSON & BTJRK, Proprietor. ARRIVED I $2.QOO- WORTH OF FANCY AND J'LAIJV Dress Goods! Trimmings to Match. A COMPLETE LINE OP lee Wool Shawls, Faseinators Children's Hoods, Ladies' & Children's Mitts. Thi Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Pniladelphia, Pa., L• G. Fouse. Pres-, Is a purely mutual, flexible premium, expense limited company, -working under the "FOUST SYSTEM" of life insurance, affording absolute security at the least possible cost, and without the possibility of failure. tSf Not an old lino company nor an assessment company. In the usual sense of the term.J3P~ It embraces the stronjr points of lioth whilst eliminating their weakness. It avoids the daiurerous legal reserve technical liability and thus not only saves :i0 per cent ftf the premiums, but also makes larger provisions for death...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 November 1895

VOL. 3. Presoot! To The In Virginia Ca»b Store. Ohwtnot St.f Prescott & Mars COMPANY, ~~K AG KNTS FOTi RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. .1 Full and Complcie Slock of Heavy and— Shelf Hardware A ^Ir^styut Street, Mars Company, VIRGINIA, mm,- Bo You Wear Clothes? YES!! rJr*'r,'rd Then Go to tlie Store: of H.SKUD&BR0. Whore you can got more and better goods for loss money than at any other placo on the range. Their Stock of CLOTHING, HATS. CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,, Manufacturers of and Dealers in LUMBER, Lath and Shingles, Special Attention to *ocal Trade* Office and Mills, Virginia. Minn. of Virginia and Vicinity r. Mrs. H. Strehlau Is Always Complete. HliMMliliUUHMil' Moon I Kerr Lumber Co., —has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery stock ttorth of St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in her hands will be trimmed in the beatest manner Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a calL W *r-~ 3f*» H. Slrehlail. NEWS FROM THE IRON MINES. INTERESTING N...

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. — 1 November 1895

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MiNN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS^ —Iu ludia there is au idea that a lion cannot be induced to attack a prince or any sciou of a royal house. —In* Wales it is believed that if any one kills a wren he will fall dowu and break a bone before the end of the year. —A new kind of bicycle has been iu vented. The pedals are practically pump haudles and force water to a watenvheel attached to the rear wheel of the ma­ chine. —Cashmere shawls are much cheaper than some years back, but there are many worn by ladies of rank and fashion that have cost £500 or £1000. T-FOX spoke without apparent fore­ thought, and once said he never wasted an hour in preparing to speak before such a body as the Knglish House of Com­ mons. —Osborne house, Isle of Wight, is the private property of Queen Victoria Windsor castle, Buckingham palace, etc., belong to the nation and cannot be dis­ posed of by the sovereign. —Knights of the Garter wear the em­ blem o...

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. — 1 November 1895

Fall Medicine Is fully «s important and as boneficial as Spring Medicine, for at this season there is great dangwr to ^health in the varying temperature, eold storms, ma­ larial jjerms, prevalence of fevers and other diseases. All these may be avoided if the blood is kept pure, the digestion good, and bodily health vigorous with Hood's Sarsa par ilia The One True Blood Purifier. Hood's Pit 11 cnre ,lver il,s iuuu a I 111!* acs billous- hca ,lacheSi 25p_ A Paying Case. That famous steer ease of Penley vs. Besse is now being tried for the third time at the Supreme court in Auburn, and it is estimated that each of the liti gants has expended already a matter of alnmt !?100 in eentestiug over the re­ mains of a bullock worth, at his best, S120. Both are wealthy men, however, and they are iu it for the principle of the thing. Ou Tuesday, during recess, a brother attorney came and, speaking to the two opposing counsel who were sitting in the attorney's room, said, "Look out in there. \our...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 November 1895

W tab "We Miis^ Have THE FAIR STORE Than Ever before. Give us a chance. )I. H. Martin, Prop. Tin Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Philadelphia, Pa., G. Fouse, Pres-, Is a purely mutual, flexible premium, expense limited company, working under the "FOUSE SYSTEM" of life insurance, affording absolute security at the least possible cost, and without the possibility of failure. Virginia Furniture Company, We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity with ALL K1IM of llllfllli From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in and get our prices before buying Elsewhere. fictiJre frames made to order. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES Calls answered Day and Night. _JF5 VIRGINIA. MINN. R. H. W ALLACE & CO Ironwood House. GOOD TABLE AND BEDS.— RATES: $1.00 Pep Day. $4.50 Per. Week, Table Board'. $4.00 Per Week Good Bar in Connection. Anderson & Bukk, Proprietor, Fine Tailorincr. 'mmmm® MONEY! Oil account of our Heavy Loss at Biwabik. therefore, y...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 November 1895

®lf itF- I Jt E t. VOL. 3. Prescott & Mars COMPANY, A agtcnts fou RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full a it Complete Stock of Heavy and^aA ©helf Hardware I Chestnut Street, De Of Their Stock To The Moon & Kerr Lumber Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in •J ,vt» ts ./' +??V,? -'-,'V. VIRGINIA, I N N tUUUilTTTTTTT iiUtit^TTWTTTjjj M.U jjTHTIfWtUy iUTfTffT^l You Wear Clothes?! YES!! I pir'!*1/* ."'rtf** P*/-i-'yr'i* pS/*'?*r* Then Go to the Store of H.SKUD&BRO.I Where, you can get more and g? better goods for less money than, at any other place on the range. or CLOTHING, LUMBER, Lath and Shingles. SpeGial Attention to \opal /TradLe. Office and Mills, Virginia, Minn• of Virginia and Vicinity: Mrs. H. Strehlau —-has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery slock north of St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in her hands will be trimmed in thfe neatest manner. Sstisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a call. tn VtrBinKO|^|^Fc.Output St., Hi Stl'Cll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 November 1895

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, ... Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —An Euglish Natioual Training School tor Nurses was opened in Loudon in 1871. —I'de, a French cook. eels should be thrown alive into the lire, then skiuued. —Before the time of Perciles, B. C. 420. professional cooks were common iu Greece. —Woking prison was closeil October 1, and Aylesbury prison is set apart fo» female convicts. —As a spectacle, "Cheer. Boys, Cheer," is described as the finest piece yet seen on any London stage. —In London there are 1(55 hospitals, ili«i»ensaries and convalescent homes for the benefit-of'the sick aud jioor. —A rich deposit of gold and silver is reported to have Ikhmi discovered recent­ ly on a farm in Chatham, N. II. —The six largest commercial shipping IHrts iu the world would probably be— London. Liven»ool, Hull, Marseilles. New York aud San Francisco, couuting trade values. —The big bald eagle that was re­ lease! in front of the reviewing stand during...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 November 1895

*$• i: •-&V .V '-:.'' I-r $ fc •r -is'' ^fe¥'.: & 'V- Nerves and Blood Are inseparably connected. The former depend simply, solely, solidly upon the latter. If it is pure they are properly fed and there is no "nervousness. If it is impure they are fed on refuse and the horrors of nervous prostration result. Feed the nerves on pure blood. Make pure blood and keep it pure by takiug Hood's Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. Hnrkri'e Dilic the Mter-dinner pill and 1IUUU mmily ORtharUc. 25c. Well Paid Artists. Is it knowu generally that works of art were well paid for in ancient times? A German review furnished recently some particulars about that question. Polyjrnote of Thasos. who lived about 450 B. O.. refused, it is true, any pay­ ment for his works aud declared that he was sufficientl.v rewarded with the title of Citizen of Athens, which had leen conferred on him. But Such disinterest­ edness was seldom imitated. Thirty years later the painter Zeuxis of ller acleurn w...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 November 1895

7- 9~ We Must HaVe W•£»•» On abcdunt of our Heavy Loss at Biwabik. DULUTH, MONEY! Therefore, you can get more Gtibds fbr a little money at THE FAIR STORE Than EVer before. Give us a chance. HI. H. MaHhs, Prop. The Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Philadelphia, Pa., G. Fouse. Pres, ts fc purely mutual, flexible premium, expense limited company working under the "FOUSE SYSTEM" of life insurance, affording absolute security at the least possible cost, and without the possibility of failure. prNnt an old line company nor an assessment company, la the usual sense of the term.®*" It embraces the strong points of both whilst eliminating their weakness. It avoids the duuretuus legal reserve technical liability and thus not only saves 30 per cent of the premiums, but also makes larger provisions for death losses than any old line company. No unnecessary accumulations no uncertain premiums. The leading flexible premium insurance company In the world, safely and economically managed, with ...

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