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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 December 1894

Wisconsin Patents. Patents for the following Wisconsin inventions are reported this week by Er win, Wheeler & Wheeler, 58 aud 59 Loan nud Trust building, Milwaukee, Wis. These attorneys will furnish tLo "In­ ventors' Handbook" free on request. Robert Brand and \V. Dlelmiaun, Oshkosli. refrigerator. John F. Paweett, West Superior, split pulley. Frederick N. Gardner, Belolt, shaft-hanger. l»avid Hovrle. Kaukauna. railway frog. Charles K. Klrtiaiul, St. Faucis, souudtng apparatus. t'lirlstlan F. Lalb. New London, railway. John t\ Sharp, Delavan, stump-extractor. Ole o. stork-, Milwaukee, harvester ele­ vator. Trade Mark: Prentice & vert sou. Janes vllli\ certain designated medicines, toilet ttnil manicure articles. Trade Mark: George SchwelckHatt, Jr.. auwatosa. carboutltKl bfevehiges, jjliigt-r «le aud welss beer. To "Suffer and Be Strong11— In other words, to eihiblt fortitude when enduring bodily pa hi Is, of course, ^ralste woqthy, but sufferer^ from rheumatism would undoub...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 December 1894

GO TO THE- FAIR: STORE FOR GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries and Provisions. Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, -A Complete Line of- Hardware. Tinware, Croekery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats. Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us. M. H, MARTIN, PROP. W. B. PRATT & CO. ^DBAIjEH.8 1TVS-. General Merchandise! We have again got down to business with a complete stock of Canned Goods, Provisions and CLOTHING. At the old stand, corner Chestnut St. and Wyoming Ave., VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. VIRCIHIi! The Metropolis of the Mesaba Range, SURROUNDED by Fifteen Developed Mines and any quantity of Good Timber. WILL* BE LARGER than all towns combined on the Mesaba Range and the Center of Business. HAS TWO RAILROADS and Excellent Communication with Other Portions of the Range and Business World. HAS A COMPLETE SYSTEM of Water Works. City supplied with Pure Spring Water. Electric Lights Beautifully Situated, and a Healthy Community in Every Respect. POPULAT...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1894

V. I JSjgjggj VOL 2. Has pronounced And I im Before Placing Your Winters' Right Prices! Correct Weights! Prompt Delivery! •£", .,'f. Orders for COA I COAL AND WOOD IEATERS, New Designs. Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn. COAL. THE MODEL CLOTHING STORE, Schipley's New Block, Virginia. EVERY YEAR Hundreds of People resolve that 'NEXT YEAR" they will buy -HOLIDAY PRESENTS" before the great rush is on. And Every Year Many of Them—DON*Tf Early Purchasers SANTA CLAlJS our stock of Holiday economical them as the most sensible l»u_ga »ood $2.50 WITH THE UNDERSTANDING That you can back is the way we are selling Ompoge Collar I Novelties and children's wear the best he has seen on tne Range, Not only in Style, Quality and Make, but at prices much lower than he ever expected^© find tbem during these serviceable Kne® Pant Suit that is woll at worth W.00 and Cheap W.60. —A suit that will please the Bojr that wears It _a 8uit and the for that will prove satisfactory in every way. We are showing severa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1894

Ss- VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, PublW^. the bonef thftt partis a frcqm»ut cause of caiuvr. oinan work in India hits "made great progress. There are now 711 wom­ en missionaries in the country. —Siberian pedants Clean/ stretch and dry the skht of the fiirhot for leather bags and as a substitute for glass window panes. In an Arkansas boom town a $2200 lot brought $200 the other day. Arkansas never suffered much* from the boom fever. I here wen* two total eelipses of the sun tn the year 1712 and two in 1880 I his rare phenomenon will not happen again until the year 20.YT. *, 'V lecture of Millet, for which M. hauchard recently gave over $200,000. was originally tnided by its painter for a ease of wine worth $10. —A Chautauqua circle, the lirst ever nrmeu anu»nir thoso of th? Hobivw faith has been orgaiffzed by the New York "So uiety tor Loli^ions —A smelting mill with maehinerv tilling twenty-two ears. was moved from boom town to boom 'town through the South1 a...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1894

V:-.. mm I 5' •I mi •I,- "C Where Hid, Antiientfj 0et Din| ill i^uae nuU^a^Ured bf |U!^ \lu8toffc ppogfloj when llteiiails, arms, or ornaments are ^subjected tt.a»*lf8is day, sliotir VarmtiouS in the quantity of tin. Souifetiines jt majr be 18 pot" cettti or upward, or iii a proportion lees thatt 5 per wnt. of the whole. Iri working up copper and tin, arid ftisiug them do As to Set the resxiltantj which' to brob«e. there is more waste of tin by oxidation titan of copper,. Tin? early makers of bronae in making over ttieir cAatitHTS Were the$ al­ ways losing tiM. Then there must have been sotirewi from whieh tii( was dented in a continuous manner, or the bronze industry would have eome to a stand­ still. But where it came from we call only surmise^ There is more Catarrh ill this section the country than all other diseases put to­ gether, ami nutil the kutt few years was sup posetl to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local dis­ ease. and prescribed local rem...

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. — 21 December 1894

GO TO THE Graeerieti and Provisions. Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, A Complete Line of Hardware. Tinware, Croekery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats. Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us. M. H, MARTIN, PROP. W. B. PRATT -& OO. General Merchandise! We have again got down to business with a complete stock of Canned Goods, Provisions and CLOTHING. Fine Residence Lots For Sale, At the old stand, corner Chestnut St and Wyoming Ave., VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. p. W. SCOTT & CO., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Good Business and Improved Business Residence Lots for and Residence Prop Sale on Easy Terms, jerty For Sale Cheap. HOUSES AND STORES TO RENT. tQlOtQ 21 oi THE BELL STORE, M. Cal $5 Down and $5 Monthly Payments, GRAND DISCOUNT SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES, AT The Bell shoe and Clothing Store, On Saturday and Monday, Dec. A For the Holiday trade I will sell my entire stock of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers at 25 par cent. marked in plain figures, and ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1894

tT.-' INSURAJV& and REAL ESTATE Lots for Sale on Easy Monthly Payments. Lots Bought and Sold on Commission. 1 Virginia. Minn A. D. BROWN, -AND- Buildar. •ESTIMATES -R':':" FURNISHED SHOP WORK A SPECIALTY. VIRGINIA. MINN [. C. MBSKER, f»POip,RIETOR. Makes All Trains. Passengers to and from all parts of theclty. Leave orders at Livery Barn. Virginia. Minn. Morris & Morrison, .telPBricklayers and Stone Masons ^Ffl flustering* Brick Laying, Stone' Work, Etc. Estimates Furnished on Application. Virginia, Minn. O. r' j.T? feGCAL NEWS AND NOTES. Paul Verban, a resident of the rustic burg of Tower, went down to the county capital on Friday last, and at night "put up" at the St. James. Coming from Tower, Paul had doubtless been used to electric lights-^-which he had been in the htfbit of blowing out upon retiring—and he com mittedthat doinmoh error of the Rustic, seeking to join the illus­ trious Paul of Biblical times by turning on the gas and going to sleep while waitrog for the li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1894

H. J. Eaton & Co., LIGHT AND HEAVY Sale and Feed Stable, Near West end of Wn lnut St.' All orde Promptly .tided To. Freight and iggage Hauled W.Baggott&Co. HOUSE AND MACHINERY MOVERS. A complete Outfit for all work of this kind, and promt and satisfactory Attention given to all Orders. wmms 1*. O. Box 189, or orders left tit the Drake & Stratton Boarding. House. Virginia, W. Minn. J. B. ORR, Manager. Fish, 6ame and Poultry in Season. -j..*. 'iv -y i" Camp Traded Specialty. Oar Pi ices are Right and you will always get the best of it. Meat cut in proper style. Our goods are the best. Give us a call. Supplement to The Virginia Enterprise VOL 2. Virginia, Minnesota, December 21, i894. 4fr: iU)CAL H0TES AH1) COMMENT. At las: the railroads are tak­ ing what may prove to be ef­ fectual measures to prevent train robberies. According to the Chicago Tribune a bullet pfoof car is being constructed in that City, from which 'guards in ay fire from positions of com patative safety up...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1894

VOL. 2 TO OUR- as to Quality. COAL. SEE Prescott And Mars Co Before Placing Your Winters' Orders for COAL! /. Right Prices! Correct Weights! Prompt Delivery! GOAL AND WOOD 1 HEATERS, New Designs, Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn. COAL. THE MODEL CLOTHING STORE, Schipley's New Block, Virginia. Friends and Patrons: VIRGINIA AND VICINITY. We desire to thanK the many friends and patrons of the MODEL CLOTHING STORE for their moat generous patronage during this Holiday Sea­ son to say the confidence you placed in us is ap­ preciated puts it milder. We trust it may continue through the coming year. With best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year, we remain Yours Very Truly, The Model Clothing Store. THREE STRAIGHT LINES ARE Always on the dead level as regards business methods. The Cause of Our Remarkable Success. Money positively refunded if Goods are nob as repre­ sented. A Fine Line of Neckwear. Holiday Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs. Our Stock of Hosiery is complete. The newest novelty i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1894

ME VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Stool thimbles are safest. —Ijrnnt. when Ik\ preferred work on the farm to helping his futher. —The papier uiiicho process was first used in Krimoo in IS4S for hooks*, —In 1S30, out of S02 papers published in this country, fifty were daily. —The Loudon Booksellers' association, a monopoly, was formed in 1S20. —.lames Bncliauan was a studious, la­ borious boy, not bright but intelligent. —Sophocles increased thr •nniber of actors to throe and more about B. C. 4~0. —Oregon farmers food damaged wheat to hogs and realize 5 cents per pound for pork. -In l"v4S the "Brotherhood of the Trin­ ity" secured a license for a theater in Paris. Forty thousand copies of Ben Hur have been sold in Uonnany. Au illustrat­ ed edition is now called for. A ten-line ad. in all the newspapers in the I'nited States would, accordiug to Printers' Ink, cost $12,150. —The t'aluiuot and Hecla copper mines in upper Michigan ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1894

v. Vt t,- Breakers Ahead I'rudence, foresight, that might have -vt'fl uiany a good ship that has gone to among the breakers. Is a quality •conspicuous by its absence" among many lasses of invalids, and among none more notably than pet-sous troubled with Inactiv­ ity or the kidneys and bladder. When these organs fall off in duty grievous trouble Is to be apprehended. Bright's disease, dia­ betes. catarrh and stone In the bladder, are among the diseases which a disregard of early symptoms confirm and render fatal. "iat slgually effectual diuretic, Hostetter's •tmach Bitters, will—aud let no one so ubied forget this—remedy the symp ius of approaching renal disease and neck its further progress. Equally ef­ ficacious is the Bitters for constipation, liver complaint, malarial and rheumatic trouble ami debility. —Foreign papers say that Sig. Crispi, Italy's premier, and his wife, born Donna l.iuu Barbognllo, were remarried by a priest in Naples a few weeks ago. The nuii-i-iaire years ago ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1894

GO TO THE= FOR PLATS =FOK 01 Fine Residence Lots For Sale, IRONWOOD HOUSE. GOOD TABLE AND BEOS. RATES: $jl.00 Per Day. $4.50 Per. Week. Table Board. $4.00 Per Week Good Bar in Connection. ANDERSON STORE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries and Provisions. Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Famishing Goods, -A Complete Line of- Hardware. Tinware, Croekery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats.- Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us. M. H, MARTIN, PROP. VIRGINIA! The Metropolis of the Mesaba Range, SURROUNDED by Fifteen Developed Mines and any quantity of Good Timber. WILL' BE LARGER than all towns combined on the Mesaba Range and the Center of Business. HAS TWO RAILROADS and Excellent Communication with Other Portions of the Range and Business World. HAS A COMPLETE SYSTEM of Water Works. City supplied with Pure Spring Water. Electric Lights Beautifully Situated, and a Healthy Community in Every ResDect. POPULATION SOOO. .ntormation call upon or address Virginia. Improvem...

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. — 11 January 1895

VOL. 2. Prescott uaaMtei COAL. SEE Ami Mars Co. Before Placing Your Winters' Orders for COAL! Prices! Correct Weights! Prompt Delivery! GOAL AND WOOD HEATERS, New Designs. Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn. I V-M COAL. •••••••••••a Creates many anew business, j—| Enlarges many an old business, I Revives many a dull business, Rescues many a lost business. ADVEBTISIHB•atN.sustainedHibbing, Saves many a failing business, Cj 1 Preserves many a large business, Secures success in any business. r~] ENTERPRISE HAS THE LARCEST CIRCULATION AND IS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM -ON THE MESABA RANGE. •••••••••••POD •I ripened and is now bei~g har­ vested. Supt. Hoarding, of the Adams, has returned from his Holiday visit at Iron wood. A grand race, op in to bot'i ranges, for a silver cup, is billed for tho Virginia Ice Rink tomor­ row evening. A race between boys of fifteen years or under, is also on lap rat the same time. The ice is the very linest and it is expected there will be several contestants f...

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. — 11 January 1895

'v--:• 'T VIRCIN1A, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —The Knglish language is siiokcn by 115.01MMHH) people. —Mrs. Langtry now plays on Sunday nights like ordinary second-rate actors. —There are sqid to have been live sui­ cides in five years in Trinity Hall, Cam­ bridge. —The Onchidiuiu, a species of shelless snail ^slug), has innumerable eyes on its back. —America, has 218,871 VL miles of rail­ road, or :U.OOO more than all other coun­ tries combined. —Cinnamon, as a cure for cancer in its early stages, is advocated by a writer in the Laucet. —It is said the big crops of Texas will keep the roads of that state out of the receivers' hands. —Europe has 144,o."»i miles of railroad. Asia has miles, Africa 7212Va and Australia 12.U8T. —The two fields of Waterloo ami Lin­ den are each covered with a crop of crim­ son poppies every year. In England the tax on farming lands exceeds lo per eent. of the value of crops in Egypt it is 14 ier cent. —The name -Munich is ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 January 1895

A costly Fn*. •w« |u«wt iM#u «u iuh uim? IU« AUMIW the principal buyers. The silver fox Lme ox me most precious 'deniiehs of thti lodson Bay territory, and as much as 120 has been paid for a single fine skin, suver fo*, however, is really not and has' with his* ly-priiod A few Whlte haird wrote1 -!1 ck ones—iudeeq, th$ ins are entirely black. Hie principal .use. of these skins is. fof the collars of the cloaks of iv —Chambers' Journal. tasatiui ladled. to Oar Qrekt Qrmtidfirther's Tithe, big bulky pills vvere in general uses, like th6 ''blunderbuss" of that decide they were big and clxtm^ sv, but Ineffec­ tive. In this cent­ ury of enlight­ enment, we liave Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets, which cure all liver, stomach ana bowel derange­ ments in the most effective way. Assist Nature a little now and then, with a gentle, cleansing laxative, thereby removing of­ fending matter from the stomach and bowels, toning up and invigorating the liver and quickening its tardy action, and you th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 January 1895

GO TO THE O Fine Reside 133 Lot' For Sale, Manufacturers of and Dealers In, A. D. BROWN, Contractor -AND-- J. F. MXCBM STORE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries and Provisions. Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, A Comolete Line of- Hardware. Tinware, Croekery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats. Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us. M. H, MARTIN, PROP. P. W. SCOTT & CO-, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Good Business and Improved Business Residence Lots for (and Residence Prop Sale on Easy Terms, erty For Sale Cheap. HOUSES AND STORES TO RENT. $5 Down and $5 Monthly Payments H. Moon Lumbar Company LUMBER, Lath, Shingles, Pieee Stuff, Etc. Office at Mill, Virginia, Minn. THE DULUTH MUSIC CO., 331 West Superior 8t,DTJLUTff, JMIJVJV.t °P- n&ndle the following PIAN9S AND OBGAXS: Steinway, Kn~^e, I vers & Pond, Mehlin, Everett, Gabler & Bro. Smith & Barnes, Hall & Sons, and other makes, The Celebrated DYER BROS/S ORGANS, also Wilcox fc...

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. — 18 January 1895

VOL. 2. S ft a 0 0 a a ti 0 (D 0 A I COAL. SEE Prescott A And Mars Co. Before Placing Your Winters' Orders for O A Right Prices! Correct Prompt Delivery! COAL AND WOOD HEATERS, New Designs. Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn. COAL. ADVERTISING Creates many a new business, Enlarges many an old business, Revives many a dull business, Rescues many- a lost business. Saves many a failing business, Preserves many a large business, Secures success in any business. 1 "5+ ENTERPRISE HAS THX LARGEST CIRCULATION AND IS $MJE ft*' BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ON THE MSBABA RANGE. MfeMM 0 ft 0 0 AMONG THE MINES, Tod, Stambaugh ft Od. bav« brought suit against Fltsgerald Bros. ASlsk to recover $15,049, which the plaintiffs declare rep­ resents the depreciation of cer­ tain locomotives and other min­ ing machinery leased to the de­ fendants while under contract to delvaope the Biwabik mine. W. H. H. Stowell, assignee of the Minnesota Blast Furnace company, states to the court he has 126,202 in cash, $2,000 wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 January 1895

flHE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Toledo, O., has a "Peeping —Turf is used quite extensively for fuel in Ireland. —Tlio winter days in Sweden are only six hours long. .. --Intlhv in its Bo trees hits)' the 6ltest trees in the world. —In a pair of shoes made in Eng­ land wwt 20 cents. t. —London's population increases at the rate of 1U5.U00 a year. —Enormous numbers of robins congre­ gate nightly in a marsh near St. Louis. —The alb, so often mentioned as a priestly garment, was long gown fasti, cued with a belt. —Mrs. Stearns of Boston, who is USS years old, cast her vote for school com­ mittee last week. —"fche leathern apron worn by the blacksmith Is mentioned by Pliny as in use In his time. —(ially-gascoynes, commonly corrupted to gallygaskins, were a comliiuatiou breeches and hose. —Swift_ said: "No bread is so bitter as that of a dependent." He spoke from personal experience. -—Someone has tigurd out that 50,000, hairpin...

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. — 18 January 1895

-^gr'v. •. S -^gg ~*r- 1 PHYSICAL STRENGTH, cheerful spirits and the ability to fully enjoy life, come onlyf with a healthy body aiKl mind. The young man who suffer^ from uerv-' tleJbilU\% ,jiup«iredinem« pry, low spirits, irrita­ ble temper, and the thousand and one de­ rangements of ntind afid Ixxly that result from, un­ natural, pernici­ ous habits usual­ ly contracted in youth, through ignorance, is --thereby incapac­ itated to thor­ oughly enjoy life. He feels tired, spiritless, katul drowsy his Isleep is disturbed "and does not re­ fresh liim as it should the will power is weakened, morbid fears haunt him and may result in confirmed hypochondria, or melan­ cholia and. finally, in soiling of the 1rain, epilepsy, ("fits"), paralysis, locomotor ataxia and even in dread insanity. To reach, re-claim and restore such unfortunates to health and happiness, is the aim of the publishers of a book oF 156 prices, written in plain but chaste language, on the nature, symptoms and curability...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 January 1895

w. tjo to —fyfcAwi Residence Lots for Sale on Easy Terms. HOUSES AND STORES TO RENT. Fine Residence Lots For Sale, Manufacturers of and Dealers In A. n. brown, Contractor -A.KD- LUMBER. Builder. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. SHOP WORK VIRGINIA. MINN J. P. MICHAN STORE FOR GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries and Provisions. Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, ——A Complete Line of-— Hardware. Tinware, Croekery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats. Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us. N. H, MARTIN, PROP. p. W. SCOTT & CO., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Good Business and Improved Business and Residence Prop­ erty For Sale Cheap $5 Down and $5 Monthly Payments. D. H. Moon Lumbar Company Lath, Shingles, Pieee Stuff, Ete. Office at Mill, Virginia, Minn. THE DULUTH MUSIC eft, aaWeg»SuperiorSt,DJJLUTH.t MINN.1 Budl* the following PIAN9S AND OB«ANS: Steinway, Kn-^e, Iveru & Pond, Mehlin, Everett, Gabler & Bro. Smith & Barnes, Hall & Sons, and other ma...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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