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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 December 1897

vl' '•p'-:: MILD WINTER, SURE. Born«U' Nut* Are Iav, Nats Art Scarce, and Weeds Are Short. "We'll have a mild winter, unless ray signs fail me," says Henry Kife of Gham bersburg. Pa., recently, the oldest farmer iu La Kilkenny township, who has all his life been noted us a weather prophet mntoig the folks along the N'orth moun­ tains, "and I jiuess this from the hor­ nets, the nuts and the weeds. I notice that the hornets have built their nests low. Tiu\v would be high up out of renoh. \yeve we goinj: to have a hard winter. 1 ean't explain this, but my fa­ ther and grandfather always gauged by }IVs* hen nuts of all kinds are scarce. Their are hardly any chestnuts, shell barks or' acorns. If a hard winter was "•coming the Ueod Mau would have pro­ vided for the animals that muse starve this yi-ar if the snow lies deep. A big erop of nuts is always followed by a hard winter. n::l this also works the tlnr way. Then I notice that the weeds have grown up short, and their seeds liar.g near...

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. — 31 December 1897

•m & •'•ri ffx ffi ft /f\ n?\ I 1 ii ow that ti)e. Virginia, Minn. fi\ •SV HOLIDAY RUSH Is over, we find that we have on hand a num­ ber of odd pairs in odd sizes and odd widths of Seasonable Footwear, and we propose to inaugurate on MONDAY I Morning one of the liveliest clearing sales of Footwear ever known in the state and expect that one week from the opening of this sale that we shall have all of these goods on the feet of well satisfied people of this town. We have placed prices on the goods that we are satisfied will be attractive to you. The sale begins at 8:30 o'clock Monday morning. Do not miss it. \W. & *4r Vv TTe are Headquarters for Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. GUARANTEED. WE A MARTIN BEST & WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED VIRGIMA, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and GENT'S FURNISHINGS. W. B. Pratt & Co Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. I Troy Steam Laundry, I J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. |J^atronize Home Industry by leaving Your Laundry In T...

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. — 31 December 1897

—f A THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRQINIAt MINN. £. HANNAFORD, PiUldMr. —Geu. James P. Wade, who presided at the court-martial held at Fort Sheri­ dan, has been in the United States cav­ alry sineehe was 18 years old. He Is a sou of the famous Senator Ben Wade of Ohio. —Mrs. Carew, sentenced in Japan to life imprisonment for the poisoning of her husband, was in jail iu Hongkong until November 18, when she was taken aboard a steamer and is now being con­ veyed to Holloway jail, London. —Dr. John Fiske contradicts the story that he is to succeed Justin Wiusor as librarian of the Harvard University li­ brary, with the assurance that "it is about as true as would be the report that 1 was going to jump over the moon." —Dr. Gunsaulus, who is still at »be Alma (Mich.) sanitarium, is said to be in extremely poor health. Dr. Hol'isfer, who lately visited him, says that another operation upon his disabled leg will soon be necessary, and that the brilliaut pas­ tor's recovery will be a matter of s...

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. — 31 December 1897

II :T V- *& m, tpsM M?1^ •6^ *^''r S^ I V~~"' |i:. irif l"»fS Met 0 :-V: iW^j& *, "V T^MI' &-%??' & S: v„ it of at early Inc«me«,S? The total annual iueoijifr of the ite^rlftl family of Russia eifanat to less thau three and a half milfoil pounds stediujjt Probably the nearest npprowhtn this revenue is te be |o«W# ill T:he eombiued incomes of the \mthe*is Rockefeller, the oil kmjrs of America, which amount to two ami a wiif million pounds.. The Aus­ trian imperial family possesses an estl snuttHl annual income *f £l,50X0(Xk the tjennan family one of £1,000,000, and the Ihuinn house of Savoy a revenue of ±000,000 a year.—Durham Observer, Thpro Is a Cliuss of Peopl© Who are mjtiml by the use of eo&e&. ttewutly there has been placeft in all the grocery stores fl. HtHV preparation called GRAIN-O, made of pure grains, that takes the place of coffee. The most delicate stOiiuu'li receives it without dis­ tress, aiul but few can tell it from cof­ fee. It does not cost...

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. — 31 December 1897

ft I'!!* STARCH TOBSAT '"vunioT REQUIRES NO COOKING. HAKES COLLARS AND GUFFS STIFF AND MEE AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW. SEPAREDFORIAUN0RYPURPQSE5 ONLY CME FOUND OF THIS STARCH WILL GO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH. j^^JftlTACTURED ONLYfiV '^I.SHUBINGER BRQS'C? §^KEOKUK.IOWA.: NEWHaveh.CONN. YAM I CQPVRISHTBN MI illiliillittillliiilliiUllilliiilliilffl mniwuuiiiiimmmiuwiwiiimiiiwm THE MESABA MEAT CO., Have the Rest Market ana carry the Largest Stock of MEATS FRESH ELASTIC STARCH has been before the people of the United States for twenty-three rye::rs, and is without a doubt the greatest staach invention of the Nineteenth Century. Last year its siles reached the unprecedented number pf twenty million packages. It i» prepar­ ed upou scientific principles by men who have had years of practical experience in fancy laundryiug. It makes ironlns easy, restores old summer dresses to their natural whiteness, and imparts to 1 inen a beautiful and lasting finish It is 6he only s...

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. — 7 January 1898

I VOL. 5. vw www iwiwmvwciicvi Blankets, I Whips, Robes, Etc., Etc. WE rn*o Deposits. Mining I Supplies. PRESGOTT&M ARS CO Stoves and Heavy 1:1 arc Saddlery. heavy and Light ilai ^ebB, Collars, Hj Sweat Pads, |g Strap Work, Tinware, ^fCOAL.# IMtCfSfttitfttttCtMfiKf K* Mt Weareffeadouarters for W. CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and GENT S FURNISHINGS. PRESCOTT & MARS CO., CHESTNUT ST.. VIRGINIA, MINN. B. Pratt & Co., Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. ""HP" "'A'*' A*' V* 5.*^4" A -e'V-C^y «K .w ,. -v..» .v.^. .4 -r-.V.- «.v..-r .-.-V -v-Jfr «. a S3 %, fz ft pel 1 ns Irlllll If, 6^1 «*. ». SSQTtf. Prc^" Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. ^^atronize h|ome Industry •^•/v'H4+ §25 I ft! I Sj Si? 2 S & by leaving1 Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. FIBST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. 1"H 'M"I' 'I' 1 'i' 4- 1 'I' 1 'I1 III .In The City $ Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. I Want the address of everyone that BUYS MUSIC Our Service prompt. Our terms the best. Write for th...

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. — 7 January 1898

VOL 5. I -1 d: ff". r- w- W W W fftv WWW tif.V<p></p>Mining licav Light Rai^ebfe, Collars, Sweat Pads, |g Strap Work, |p Blankets, Whips, & Robes, Etc- Etc. »(f ttc Hi tn 1 Supplies. PRESfiOTUMARS CO. Stoves and O c*.? r*\ -1 t§ *. fx & Tinware, 7 AL. Ji O-' V-*' V.' v' pfj a vp. v. jl I O Gi l,L Ll 10 A ..V ^COAL.# We are Headquarters for GROCERIES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and GENT'S FURNISHINGS. W. 8. Pratt & Co I FiBST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. WE h- Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. 7-7**: "a,*" k"-/\ a 126 JACKSON STKSKT *. .v «. JJ 3 3 6 %a? V3 til £3T:. Strictly First-class Work at City Prices, "V-"^Tv if -ij THE vS PRESCOTT & MARS CO., CHESTNUT ST.* VIRGINIA, MINN. r'.-. 5 S S t? a fewinmij ?j Ppcv H^atronize h|ome Industry by leaving' Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. Chestnut Street, O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. GRIGGS. CASHIER, BANK St VIRGINIA, mmmmmm mrnmwrtrr Tinas ji General Banking Business.. J^BCBIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and D...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 January 1898

mi: THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W« Ei HANNAFORDi NblithWi Curious Condensations. —More boys die in iufaucy than girls. —A gull can fly at the rate of 100 miles an hour. —The colder the climate the greater the sise ot the human brain. City has a cable road of which the driving power is an electric motor. —The three prime essentials in the nursery are fresh air, good food and pure water. ""lY combined forces of Protestantism in L'tah number 5101 members, many of whom were formerly members of the Mormon church. —The profits are s.aid to be larger, for the amount of capital employed, iu poul uy-kt-opintr than in any other branch of IiveRtook-brooding. a 1 0 a a nu*h .Ki.OOO instruments are made evorv ear, 10,000 elephant tusks being re­ quired for the ivory. —T hirteen crimes were punishable by death when the Queen ascended the throne. Today there are. practically, out two—treason and murder. —English railway rates per ton mile tor freight averaged in ,1890 2% cents, nHe the...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 January 1898

I The Caretaker. Caretaker is a won! adopted Into mod­ ern use and means one wUo takes care of, and 1B very generally applied to those employed to take care of things com­ mitted to their keeping. The way some People Imvq-.at taking care of them­ selves is very suggestive of the need of caretaker. The human body to such Is a mansion filled with precious things uncared for, whore thieves may break in and rust doth corrupt. Pains and aches are thieves, and the body left un­ cared for to their spoliage will he rob­ bed of ali Its comforts and despoiled of Its pence of mind and happiness. It is a happy thought to look upon St. Jacobs Oil as a caretaker, to employ it as a watchman against such intruders. There is hardly an ache, from a tooth­ ache to a toeaehe. that it can't take care of and effect a euro, and pains the most violent are conquered by its use. Its office as a caretaker is io prevent the spread of aches ami pains iuto chrouic stage. Keep a bottle of it in the handi­ est pln...

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. — 7 January 1898

V" The Caretaker. Caretaker is a word adopted Into mod «rn use nod menus one who takes care of, aud is very generally applied to those employed to take care of things com­ mitted to their keeping. The way some people hay$Hot taking care of them­ selves is very suggestive of the ueed of caretaker. The human body to such Is a mansion filled with precious things uncared for, where thieves may break In and rust doth corrupt. Pains and aches are thieves, aud the body left un­ cared for to their spoilage will be rob liwl of nil its comforts and despoiled of Its pence of mind and happiness. It is a happy thought to look upon St. Jacobs Oil as a caretaker, to employ it as a watchman ngaiust such intruders. There is hnnlly an ache, from a tooth­ ache to a loeache, that it can't take care of and effect a euro, and pains the most violent are conquered by its use. Its office as a caretakcv is to prevent the spread of aches ami pains iuto a chronic stage. Keep a bottle of it in the handi­ est pl...

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. — 7 January 1898

otcd Ail work given prompt atten­ tion and at reasonable rates Walnut St., VIRGINIA, MINN Bniatb, Missabe & Northern Ry. Daily Except Sunday. 1 86 am Lv Duluth Ar 3 30 pm 8 30 ant Ar Proctor Lv 3 00 pm ftOTam Ar Iron Junction Lv ISpm 1616am Ar Wolf Ely Tower Jet i*wer. Mesaba Allen irelcth Virginia McKiniey Biwablk Allen Jet Allen Jet Tow Harbors 111 huh N VENTI0J REQUIRES NO COOKIES. MIES 6QIUIIS INB GUFFS STIFF AND NICE AS VSEI FIRST BOUGHT IEV. ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL 60 AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH. IIP HI tAAHjr«snJRco ONLVQy. EI.C.HUBINGER BROS'C? KEOKUK.ID#A.c NEWHAVEK.com, .COPVWWIHTKPL. KL.V9TIC STARCH hu been before tbe pcoplo of the United States for twenty-three years, and la without a doubt the greatest stanch invention of the Nineteenth Century. Last year iU sales reached th® unprecedented number of twenty million packages. It is prepar­ ed upon scientific principles by men who hare had years of practical experience in fancy lauadrying. It...

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. — 14 January 1898

VOL. 5. Heavy and Light Harness, Collars, Sweat Pads, Strap Work, |p Blankets, I Whips, Robes, Etc., Etc. to to 5K -3 Strictly Mining Supplies. PRESCOTT SMARS CO. Stoves and Tinware, Heavy Hardware, Saddlery. y~SZ A. 1 iff- IFe First-class Work at City Prices. I •fr i. Fibst-Class Work Guaranteed. WE A change. Deposits. PRESCOTT & MARS CO., CHESTNUT ST.. VIRGINIA, NN. -i-C-* St vvG--!•? c-1 s-S arc Head Quarters for CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and GENT'S FURNISHINGS. B. Pratt & Co., Chestnut Street, Minn. lrgmia, Troy Steam Laundry, J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. •& Hi I W. J^atronize Home Industry by leaving Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. O. D. KINNEY. PRES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER. BANK 9t VIRGINIA, foes J] General Banking Business.. EGBtVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex In The City Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. Want the address of everyone that BUYS MUSIC Our Service prompt. Our terms the best. Write for them and catalogue. Teachers a specialty. Add...

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. — 14 January 1898

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. HARNAFORD, PaMltlMr. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. —Wisconsin boasts a buffalo farm, —'Thw are no chiropodists in Japan. —-Oshkosh's city physician is a woman. I' retting is a poteut cause of wrinkles. —There are 2D9 newspapers in North Carolina. —Prussian-blue paint is made froxu the ashes of the burut hoofs of horses. —When Virginia was iirst settled auc­ tions of wives were held at Jamestown. —A St. Louis womau has ornamc-uted the ears of her pet eat with costly dia­ mond eardrops. —The engineering strike in England will go down in history as the greatest labor struggle in the world. —Wise woodchoppers in Maine forests wear cowbells in order that hunters may not mistake them for deer. —London has a special society for the supervision of advertising iu public places where it. disfigures scenery. —The Hiudoos were the first t. use playing cards, though they were used in China as early as 1120 A. D. —More than half the infantry recruits of the British ...

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. — 14 January 1898

ft5 I i* A *«*dy Feed Cooker, to call our readers' atten- uoa to the Farmer's Handy Feed Cook •Jo Sri I8 8ol* the low price of 912.50 for 50-gallon capacity. c: 'pire^c- By feeding poultry and stock with cooked food during the winter months, at least one-third of the food is saved also having stock iu a lioalthy condi­ tion. preventing hog cholera among your hogs, and insuring the hens layiug freely during the winter months when *{?f?s are always wanted at high prices. This Cooker will pay for itself in one week's time and is without doubt the best and cheapest on the market—just what its name implies, a Farmer's Handy Feed Cooker. Upon application "to the Empire Manufacturing Co., 614 street, Quincy. 111., a catalogue, giv­ ing a full description, may be obtained. They are made in all sizes. Duck Eggs in an Albumen Factory. Near Chiiigkianjr, China, is a great al tvumeu factory, for the utilization of the "duck esgs which are produced iu that re­ gion iu enormous quantities. Hocks ...

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. — 14 January 1898

IVJC I'iJ W~ *!.'/ tuitt/f* (Kit* STARCH TiRlAT INVCNn0~ REQUIRES NO COOKING. •AXES COLLARS AND GUFFS STIFF AND NICE US WNU FIRST BOUGHT NEV. IsOL. Jtv fl I PR EPARED FOR IA UN 0 RY PURPOSES .ONLYj^ ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL GO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF DF ANY GTHEfi STARCH. ^UFACTUREa ONLV.gv- ^.CHUBINSER BROS C? eokukJOWA* is»* W« W Walnut St., VIRGINIA, MINN. Dnlatti, Uitmmxnmi ,:apvn',eHTSo ..-.tfc Missabe & Northern Ry. Daily Except Sunday. 7 55 am Lv Duluth Ar 3 50 pm 8 30 am Ar Proctor Lv 3 00 pm 10 07 am Ar Iron Junction Lv 1 23 pm 1# 15 am Ar Wolf Lv 115 pm 10 30 am Ar Virginia Lv 100 pm 1024 am Ar Eveleth Lv 10 41am 1104 am Ar Sparta Lv 103 pm 1130 am Ar Blwabik Lv 12 40 pm 1036 am Ar Mountain IronLv 12 40 pm 10 50 am Ar Hlbbing Lv 12 40 pm 9 40 am Lv Virginia Ar 165 pm 835 am Lv Hlbbing Ar 3 30 pm For rates and information call on 9. A. LOVE. Agent Duluth & Iron Range Railway. PASSENGER TIME TABLE. In effect May 31,1897 Leave. Duluth 315 pm Two Harbors ..i ...

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. — 21 January 1898

-V VOL TF? ing E St WE Supplies. PRESCOTU MARS CO. Stoves and Tinware, Heavy Hardware, Saaalery. and 4-' Light Harness, Collars, Sweat Pads, Strap Work, Blankets, Whips, Robes, Etc., Etc. COAL. He adoit(triers for GROCERIES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and GENT'S FURNISHINGS. U1$ ie Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. Want J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. FIRST-CLASS WOBK I GUARANTEED. 126 JACKSOH STHE3T, I. KINNEY, PRES. change, deposits TV PRESCOTT & MARS CO., CHESTNUT ST., VIRGINIA, NN. Chestnci Street, Vit-giuia, Minn. $ wt I^atronizc Home Industry by leaving Your Laundry In The City LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. the address of everyone that .„.....BUYS MUSIC Our Service prompt. Our terms the best. Write for them and catalogue. Teachers a specialty. Addres, C. d. DOCKSTADER, MUSIC DEALER, BANK It VIRGINIA, ... ... mm-mrrm MMHImmmmmm 7w« General Banking Business. J^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, issues Foreign and Domestic Ex Sea Steamship -f.VJ- f. A Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. AN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 January 1898

VIRGINIA, MINN. W. HANNAFORD, PuhUalMr, FOREIGN MOTES OF INTEREST. —Germany is competing with Franco in the wme trade. —Backwoodsmen of China still use the bow aud arrow- as a weapon. —Forty years.ago the first missionary was oaten on the Fiji islands. —The French cruiser Jean ri'Arc is es­ timated to have cost $4,000,000. —The women in an Afghanistan harem are many, though kept as prisoners. —South American monkeys play foot­ ball aud croquet in their native wilda. —Hydraulic pressure is used in com­ pressing Hour for the use of the British army. —Amsterdam is the nearest European capital to-*London, being only 190 miles distil -The papyrus of Egypt was written by ,i magician about the end' of the first century, A. D. —Marseilles has a 107-year-old woman who still earns her living by keeping a newspaper kiosk. —It is intimated that Argentiua will export 40,000,000 bushels of wheat from I lie preseut crop. —'Traffic on the railroad between Tien­ tsin and Pekin has increased so much ...

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. — 21 January 1898

i. BAB DIGESTION, BAB HEART. Poor digestion often causes irregularity of the heart's action. This irregularity may be mistaken for real, organic heart disease. The symptoms are much th® same. There is a vast difference between the two organic heart disease is often iu curnble apparent heart disease is curable if good digestion be restored. A case in point is quoted from The New Km, of G'reonslutrg, Ind. Mrs. Ellen Col sora, Newpoint, ind., a woman forty-three years old, hud suffered for four years, with distressing stomach trouble. .The gases generated by the indigestion press­ ed on the heart, and caused an irregular­ ity of its action. She had much pain in her stomach and heart, and was subject to frequent and severe choking spells, which were most severe at night. Doc­ tors were tried iu vain the patient be­ came worse, despondent, and feared im­ pend iug death. I V\\hH A Case of Heart Failure. She was much frightened, but noticed that at intervals in which her stomach did not an...

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 January 1898

I' & HODEb atw-u.* jjjjgggc '/V- iWWV A-A-D/J£PB ••••••*75cp Models Daily Except Sunday. 7 65 am Lv Duluth Ar 3 30 pm 830am Ar Proctor Lv 3 00 pm 10 0T am Ar Ifon Junction Lv 123 pm it »TO Ar Wolf Lv 115 pm 10 3Op|B Ar Virginia Lv 100 pm 1994 am Ar Eveleth Lv 10 41am 1104 am Ar Sparta Lv 103 pm J130am Ar Biwabik Lv 12 40 pm 163iam Ar Mountain IronLv 1240 pm 10 SO am Ar Hibbing Lv 13 40 pm 9 40 am LT Virginia Ar 155 pm 895 am Lv HlbblDg frt.? ft f? .^"^iV .«*%•-* -V^ ^eat invent-^ REQUIRES NO COOKING. KAXES COLLARS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE &S WHEH FIRST BOOSHT NEW. CHE POUND 0? THIS STARCH Will GO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH. ^.•^IFACTL'TU O c.\'vy r,v ^.C-HUBl^SSr! BUSS'S? RESOaJraS/- Nffltexom & THE WHITE IS KINO: Z~T. awk&b *l25g A. L. AH fork glvou prompt atten­ tion aad at reasouabb1 rates. Walnut .vt.. I I I A N Duintii, Missafee & Norton Ry. Ar 2 30 pm For rates and information call on S. A. LOVE. Agent Dilntb Iron Range Railway. FASSEN...

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 January 1898

i'- 10 lb Package Coffee, 10 lb Arbuekles XXXX Co 10 lb Jersey Coffee 16 lb Granulated Sugar, 15 ib Cube Sugar. 100 lb Granulated Sugar, 100 ft Flour, 100 lb Rye Flour, 0 lb Pure Lard, 20 !b Pure Lard, 10 ft Pure Lard, 5 lb Pure Lard, S tb Rolled Oats. 8 lb Navy Beans, 8 lb Peas, 4 ft Raisins, 10 lb Dried Poaches, 10 lb Dried Apricots, 5 lb Tapioca, lb Sago, lb Farina, 4 lb Good Rice. I Orange. Lomou or Cit :V:J Pool. TALBOYS •f $ $ 4* FIRST-CLASS WOKK $ GUARANTEED. YOU CAN BUY GROCERIES! At the Following Prices from Talboys & Campbell. SI 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 6 00 2 75 1 75 3 00 1 35 70 35 25 25 25 25 1 00 1 00 25 25 £5 25 Hatn and Bacon, per lb. Picnic Ham, per lb. Cream Cbeese, per lb. Swiss Cheese, per lb. Dry Salt Porlr, per lb. Gold Dust or Kirkolene, pkg 5 pkgs. Corn Starch, 5 Sacks Salt, 4 Bottles Bluing, 9 Bars Viking Soap, 8 Bars Cabinet Soap, Potatoes, per Bushel, Green Gages. Egg Plums, can 15 Pears, Grapes, per can, 15 Apricots 15, two cans for 25 California Prune...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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