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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 January 1898

5 V- TS.t m, I i-. VIRGINIA, MINN, W. E. HANNAFORD, *1 PvblislMr. FOREIGN NOTES OF INTEREST. —Japanese children are taught to write with both hands. —In Ptolemy's time anyone who killed a eat was put to death. —There is a eloek in Brussels that is kept going by the wiad. —Prussian-blue paint 'is made from the ashes of burnt hoofs of horses. —It is estimated that one English per­ son in every twenty-four has red hair. —The ballet is said to have been in­ vented by the Duehess of Maine, in Paris. —Weber's "Freyschntz" has just been performed for the 600th time at the Ber­ lin Royal opera. Panhyperprotosebastohyjiertatos" as a title for the German Kaiser feebly ex­ presses one Englishman's rage. —The Earl of Devon, at 8fi years of age. still preaches and attends to all his duties as prebendary eanon of Exeter cathedral. —Berlin's servant girls are losing the steady habits of the German Dienst maedehen their average time of service in one place is only nine months and a a half. —Vatiean...

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 January 1898

QUARTZ IN THE KLONDIKE. ScvsmI Rich Finds R*porttd to Btvt Been M*4# by Praapoctor*. A quarts location was wade in the Klondike region by Joe Dillon, mining export niul prospector, on the 10th of Oc­ tober lust, uud he claims to have found' very rich rock. On the 2d of October tjur other locations were recorded on the saute lode and five others on another locution less than a mile away and run­ ning exactly parallel. The rock crops «*it on the face of hills bordering the Klondike river, at the mouth of All Gold reok. :uhI the second ledge a mile fur­ ther south. Both are said to extend throng.! to and make their appearance on too Auu-h Hold creek. Both are taken V.u, sa."u' 1, l'«i'ties. The veins are 1IH) feet ni w:dth. Considerable prospect nig has been done on them. A charge of dynamite was put into one ten days ngo suul piwes of the rock torn up were hskh.VO:! and it is reported to have car­ t-its! from $00 to $1SOO per ton. The lo •-Hiors will form a company «t once with tlie p...

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. — 28 January 1898

^yw I s&mttfcffis r©^AT ,f9ViI EVEN VIRGINIA, MINN. Dulnth, Missabe & Nort&cra Ry. Daily Except Sunday. 7 56 am Lv Duiuth Ar 3 S3 pm 8 30 am Ar Proctor Lv 380 pm H) 07 am Ar Iron unction Lv.. .. 123 pm 10 15 am Ar Wolf 1NVav« REaUlRESNOCOOKINS. IKS COLLARS AA3 CDffS STIFF AND NICE AS WS£ii FIRST BCilSilT NEW. •BTfc ii mil mi HI Lv Tin !••&mm-mm- ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL 60 AS FAR AS A POUND AMD A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH. ^jrACTURED Of.LV 5y, ^.G.HUB1NSER BP-QS'C? llSk i40KUK.iSM.c NEWl&^.C3!0lj(flA 'i eapv.^iiiH'fEa -Mfrarws ELASTIC STARCH has been before the people of the United States for tweuly-thrco ye *rs. ami is without doubt the greatest stanch invention of the Nineteenth Century. Last year it* s.i'es rear'.ie.l the unprecedented number of twenty million packages. It i» prepar­ ed upon ntitii* principles by men who have had years of practical experience In fancy laundry !ii£. it :i nkes irenin.: easy. restores old sommer dresses to their natural whit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 February 1898

r$- I. A.-' & A. HAWKlNSON. VIRGINIA, MINN. Heavy AND Office and Mills, Virginia. Minn.- MUSIC FURNISHED FOR I Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. WE Shelf HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE. COLE'S FAMOUS AIR-TIGHT HEATERS I A. HAWKlNSON. Moon & Kerr Lumber Co. Manufacturers of and Dealers In -LATH AND SHINGLES. Special Attention to Local Trade. GEM ORCHESTRA. BALLS AND ENTERTAINMENTS. j-K-W PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. H. H. LIEN, MANAGER. VIRGINIA, MINN. Troy Steam Laundry, J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. I FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. IWBL WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED BEST ORGANIZATION OF ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. j£^atronize Homei Industry by leaving Your Laundry In The City LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. MARTIN NELSON, Shoemaker. Shop in Burke Building, VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA 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. Addres, C. J. DOCKSTADER, MUSIC DEALER, I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 February 1898

J- -V THE YIRGKIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. V. E. HANNAFORD. hMAir. El Oro gold mine in Mexico ia paying .a net profit o( $400,000 pef montli. —The Da isy" group in Mercnr, Utah, has been bonded by Eastern iuen for the sum of,$50,000. „~Parfe».City, Utah, reports that the. Mwr King has declared a December dividend of $37,500. .« —Rich placer diggings have been 'dis­ covered in the low black hills one and one-half miles from Hedges, Arisona. —It is reported that a sale of the famous Piue Nut mining property in Ne-"' vada for $350,000 has been negotiated.*' —The Pennsylvania group of eight claims at Sunny Side, near Ward, Col., has been sold to a Boston syndicate for* $50,000. —A dispatch from San Antonio, Tex., announces the discovery of a vein of gold ore on Indiau creek which runs $1200 to the ton. —Taking copper at an average value of 11 cents, the total value of copper alone taken from Butte, Monti, since 1882 is $200,000,000. —A. H. Huston of Saratoga, Wyo,, panned gold from ro...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 February 1898

:.\ w. I?. y^^r & 4 Powigu Bug Pesta in iCggUnd, Iteporte of English agriculturists show thai wot only are the native insects, which are the enemies of all farmers, holding their own, but that their efforts h^ve been outdone by iiuKM^p of foreign importation.' Inore ks tor Example, maggot that cornea from North Africa, which, under favorable circumstances, develops into the Angumoie moth, and is making efforts to become a naturalized member of the Eng l'sh Fauna. But the worst domestic pest is said to come from (Jermany. Hitherto the English cockroach has enjoyed a well reserved rcimtatiou for its philo-progeui jive qualities, and for its success in thriv­ ing upon viands, which unappreeiative housewives have laid own as poison. But then- is some fear now that this inter­ esting creature will soon become scarce. l»eins eaten out of house and home by a (iprtnau rival, which, though inferior iu bulk and less attractive in appearance, has «a unrivaled power of living on next to not...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 February 1898

~V~ tin F.T.ArtC A*A* Racer All work Riven prompt atten­ tion and at reasonable rates. Walnut St., VtRGlKIA, MINN. COAL! Duluth & Iron Range Railway. PASSENGER TIM?: TABLE. In effect May 31,1H97 Leave. Duluth 3 15 ptn Two Harbors 4 20 pm \llen .lot Allen Jet 6 05 pm Biwabik 6 40 ptn Mr.Kinloy 7 01pm Virginia T15 pm JSveJfcth Allen Jet 6 0"pm Mesaba 15 p-n Tower Jet 0 55 pm Tower 1 00 pm plv KVRTV STARCH aSS^SSnST REAUIRESHO COOKING. BAKES SOUMS MH) CUFFS STIFF AKD MICE US WHtH FI8ST 1BDDHT KW. «, OIK POUND OF TMS CXMMU Will 60 AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH. ^jjujrACTUBCo ON!_vav JUC.HUBINGER BRQS'C? STAliCU has been before the people of the United States for tweuty-threo .fcrs. unit is without a doubt the. greatest staJeh Invontfiwa of the Nineteenth Century. Last your it. %i!.s re:ich«J the unprecedented nitna'ierof twenty million packages. It 1* prepar «1 upott scientific principles by men who have had years of practical experience in fancy launrtrylng. It m...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 February 1898

VOL. 6. MUSIC FURNISHED FOR M- 4» Strictly A. HAWKINSON, First-class Work City Prices. BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED VIRGINIA, WE .r W I 1 P- SS- VIRGINIA, MINN. Heavy AND AND TiNWARL Spccial Attention to Local Trade. Office aud Mills, Virginia, Minn. GEM ORCHESTRA. BALLS AND ENTERTAINMENTS. K-W-' PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. H. H. LIEN. MANAGER, in I N A I N N J. J. BOOTH, PBOPasaTOR. LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. FIRST-CLASS WORK I GUARANTEED. MARTIN NELSON, THE Shelf 'S FAMOUS AIR-TIGHT HEATERS I «3 A. HAWKINSON. 41 I I MAfltf HI AH Moon & Kerr Lumber Co. Manufacturers of and Dealers In LUMBER, a Hi ik LATH AND SHINGLES. BEST ORGANIZATION OF ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. I^qtronize h|ome Industry by leaving Your Laundry ......In The City Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. O. d. DOOKSTADER, MUSIC DEALER, JACKSON ftTWEET. Repairing neatly and promptly done at reasonable prices. Shoemaker. Shop in Burke Building, Want the address of everyone that BUYS MUSIC........ Our Service prompt. Our te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 February 1898

-V life. THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD. km.w CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Paper floors are tuinouuced. —A wine is made from loaves. —Paper is utudc iu thirty-four states. —A family moving is a fountain of troubles. —Some butterflies have as many as 'H 000 distinct eyes. —There are 9.000,000 acres of original forests in West Virginia. —Rats avoid a house wherein a guinea pig permitted to roam at will. —In the Fourteenth century suits of armor often weighed 175 pounds aud over. —It is a striking peculiarity of bliud fishes that they do not change their col­ ors at aH. —The ancients took the owl for a sym­ bol of wisdom, because he always mi'uds his own business. —There is a man in Hagerstown, Md., who eats strychnine, arsenic aud lella doiia with impunity. —When the sparrowhawk is swooping down on its prey it cleaves space at the speed of 150 miles an hour. —The gold watch of Edward Allan Poe is now in the possession of R. \V. Al­ bright of Fort Madison. Ia. —Ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 February 1898

M. Church Accomodations in Egypt. Tho chutvh iKTommodntions for the Euglij.li-sieakiwi people- who visit Egypt lias not Sopt pact wait tlip annually in cronsinir number who tlocU thorp every winter. A visitor there says that as a eoiisequcm-e a service is held every Sun­ day morning in one of the large drawing rooms of the Uhejsiveh palace. This very gorgeous palaee was built by Ismail I'neha. nuil *used tor the reception and entertainment of his royal guests at the opening of the Suez eanal. It was the millions spent 11 these festivities that helped ruin Kji.vpt, and were the real .cause of Ismail Pacha's downfall. Now the paiai-e is used as a hotel, aitd in ihe reception rooms Ismail's furniture and carpets are still kept, although tlu-ir gar­ ish i-uluis are nut mm-h in harmony with present day notions. In one of these rooms the women for some reason men JIIV not often seen iaoiv—assemble. and, sitting on the yellow and gold-emhroid ered chairs bearing the I. P. of the for­ mer r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 February 1898

MB! |AAR STARCH teSsrwBSSr REQUIRES NOGOOKING. IUKS COLLARS AND CUfFS STIFF AND USE US WHEN FIRST BOUGHT IEW. REDTOR ONE FOUND OF THIS STARCH WILL GO AS FAR AS A FOUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH. -^jTACTUREa ONLY ay, 3.C.HUBIN6ER BRtlS'C? KEORUKJOWA^ NEWHAVEN.CMIL -C OPVRIGHTBP. •iaMffiSiwiS ELASTIC STARCH has lecn before the people of the United States for twenty-thn years, and is without a doubt tlu greatest stuJch inventlou of the Nineteenth Century. Last year in sales reached the unprecedented number of twenty million packages. It i* prepar­ ed upon scientific principles by men who have had years of practical experience in fancy *H»ndrying. It makes Ironing easy, restores old summer dresses to their natural whiteness, ami imparts to linen a beautiful and lusting finish It is Ghe only starch manufactured that Is perfectly harmless, contuhiinsr neither arsenic, alum or any other substance injurious to Unt il and can be usud even for a baby powder. THE WHITE IS KINO, W-MEfl THE...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 February 1898

VOL. 6. |i iij & & I $ & $•: P$ W vAJ N\ JnF see tee tee sees ee eee tii *•*%. .Vl $ *$ & SK ?K &* r& Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. VIRGINIA, WE "V A 4' a JA.Cv.ioN A. HAWKlNSON, VIRGINIA, MINN. Heavy 3 fr«o fcr^sg .1 S FAMOUS AIR-TIGHT 1 HEATERS 11 ^^32-2^-3 233-^53-535333353-5-3333 53:333333233-2333^ 1*1 I wv-ifis- £-5 s- s- s-j t-.5" i*s-a- s?eee eee fit ec- Moon & Kerr Lumber Manufacturers of and Bonlers-in LUMBER, Oftice and Mills, Virginia. Minn. r^. MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ENTERTAINMENTS. H. H. LIEN, MANAGER, T- 3:33 3:33 333 333 333 333333333^* AND Shelf HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE. LATH AND SHINGLES. Special Attention to Local Trade. GEM ORCHESTRA. BALLS AND J. -J. BOOTH, Proprietor. I FIRST-CLASS WOBK I GUARANTEED. BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED w, TT R-^ a && '*& S S3 Co.. BEST ORGANIZATION OF ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. I earn Laundry, patronize f-joms Industry by leaving Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 February 1898

THE YIRGIKIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W» Ei HANNAFORD, PvblitlMr* WESTERN MINING NOTES. —The Fern Gold Mining and Milling company, near Nelson. B. C„ has declared a dividend of $10,000. —The King Solomon mine, near Johan­ nesburg Pa., at a depth of 315 feet, is producing free milling ore showing S1000 to the ton. —The Yellow Jacket at Arastraville. aI.. has a ledge of gold ore that goes as high as $200 per tou, while the average is over $50 per ton. —A number of companies are beiug organized to engage in coal mining near Saginaw. Estimates of the total amount of land leased run from 25,000 to 40,000 acres. —Adams Springs, Lake county, Cal., is excited over a gold discovery made in a well on the ranch of Martin Stearns. The ore is said to assay $5,072 in gold and $90 in silver to the ton. —John Lewis of Portland has made a clean-up ou his Leland placer mine, near Ashlaud, Or., which has been highly sat­ isfactory to the young capitalist. The ground averages $10,000 to the acre. —In...

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 February 1898

I pssn.- •, PS&S Never Content. Some people are never content with anything. They will not find exactly what they want even in heaven, if they know some one is there ahead of them. For instance, some are great sufferers from neuralgia. Friends have told them what is best and certain to cure them. Not content with what is said, they suffer ou. Pain ravage and de­ vastates the system, and leaves It a barren waste. St. Jacobs Oil has curei thousands. Just try it. Two Famous Women Pirates. 8peuking of this remarkable adventur­ ess roc-alls two others, the famous Mary liead and Anno Bonny, who wore suc­ cessful pi rat os when piracy tlonrishtnl along tho 8|auish main. The first naiuod was an English jjirl who had worn bov'a clothing from childhood to hide a fam­ ily secret. For awhile she served on an Knglish warship and then sailed for Cuba on a merchant vessel, which was cap­ tured by pirates. She joined tho gang, and thus met Anno Bonny. The latter was also disguised as a man, and...

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. — 18 February 1898

*5Cai»?9/ i! Jj i\ 1 I .-.V W' w' A REUUiREE HO COOKiNS. BAKES tOLUBS AND tiODEb A"»6.-®fe5.« A A ACER. fiUfFS STIFF Walnut St., VIRGINIA, MINN. and i»g. you will return tins Coupon with lot six montto for trial, PASSEXOEU TIM:-: TABLE. In effect "ii:i.y i, IK'.I',' Leave. V.i'i i:Ci .. .'! 15 pm Tv.'i l!:w'!Oi-, in \:n .let A 1 it -T.-t .. I', )." piii Vi pni M'-Kin!. 7 II I pin Yirniriiu .. 7 p:n Lveli th Jet 0 0" p::i Mv»ab .. t.r pm Town* Jet .. 6 .V pm T. r.vrr Ely SOfTii Fly .. 7 3ft am Tower Jet .. 10 alri Towi-r .. Hiiia ru A I inti l! volet .. 7 :i :n Virginia .. Hi5 am .Mt-Kinli-y .. ii am Tliwabik la am Aden J'-t .VJlen Ji-t .. 0 S" a ni "fjiw.llitrboi-s .. in .V, am ]Uluth .12 CO SHB a ana rasr bbuehi sew. HiCE CriE FOUND OF THiS STARCH V/iLL GO AC TAR AS A POUND AMD A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH. ,.,^7^-TiJSCCJ 3NLyGv. I .C:gUBUI8SK BROS C» S S a !ffl£N.COMJg] l'.oA.-i'ii' S TAKs'll Ikis live:i before tin-peopb-of tlio 1'nited States for .veril y-lhrte yeurs, ihiiI without...

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. — 25 February 1898

jj? I A. HAWKlNSON, I VIRGINIA, MINN. 4 AND Orfieo and Mills. Virginia. Minn.- MUSIC E0RN1SHED FOR 4» A Strictly 4* Shelf HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE. COLE'S FAMOUS SIR-TIGHT HEATERS I A. HAWKlNSON. frf&P-trir. irXri-- &tr 5-" ?r C-' C- fr Cr- «.•£•• & €i &' tfc ar~& £5r fc & fr Moon & Kerr Lumber Co.. LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES. Special Attention to Local Trade. GEM ORCHESTRA. BALLS AND First-class Work at City Prices. m-W-' ENTERTAINMENTS. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. H. H. LIEN, Manager. Troy Steam Laundry, FIRST-CLASS WOBK GUARANTEED. BEST MARTIN NELSON, WORKMAN SHP GUARANTEED' VIRGINIA, WE p© BEST ORGANIZATION Of ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. O O O I E O Virginia, minn. iJ^atronize Hom® Industry by leaving Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. Shop in Burke Building, Want the address of everyone that ........BUYS MUSIC Our Service prompt. Our terms the best. Write for them and catalogue. Teachers a specialty. Addres, -i- 4 In The City C. J. DOOKSTADER. $ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 February 1898

111. ll -'Kim, THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, PuMltiwr. 9 .WESTERN MINING NOTES discovery of coal has been made near Sterling, Col., where coal now sells at from $5 to $8 per ton. \. —It is reported that the King Solomon lftiue at Johannesburg. Cal.. is' turning out $1000 ore at a depth of 315 feet. —It is now claimed that the gold output .of the Cripple Creek distriet for. 180S will not fall far short of $20,000,000. —Ureat strikes of gold are being made iu the Chuekawalla district, which is SO miles northeast of Saltou and 150 miles from Los Angeles, Cal. —Exports have examined the Rand dis­ trict in California, and say that a greater quantity of low-grade ore exists there than has been found in Cripple Creek. —Jesse Knight, an extensive operator in the Tintie district. Utah, is reported to have purchased the proiortics of the Northern Spy Mining company for $35,- —A valuable strike has been made in the Atlas iniuc in Sidney basin. Sneffeis district, near...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 February 1898

r. J'' ~S?K *Y t-v The i\nmb3r Thirteen, Next to sailors actors are probably the most superstitious of mortals. The*Now \ork IVlogrftln tells this ktfory of what happened to one of them who was not superstitious—or who said lie was not: "lieorge C. Boniface, Jr., is one of the few comedians who are not superstitious. He does not like the number lo, however. Boniface lives at Pleasure bay, and since the trolley cars rnn between that point and Asbury Park he spends a great deal of time on them. A few days ago, while standing on the platform of the car, he noticed the number 13 painted ou it. 'Good Lord, number IB'.' exclaimed the comedian, and hastily reaching into his vest pocket he pulled out a rabbit's foot and rubbed it vigorously on the lapel of his coat. The conductor smiled and said:' 'You're a trifle superstitious, aren't you?* 'Oh, not very.' replied Boniface. '1 thought you'd hke to know,' continued the conductor, carelessly, 'that you're the thirteenth fare I've had this tr...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 February 1898

I :V^-- S t: 'I s« -S» 'I $ I ki fit iu l:tU(i:ii- :I: ir.:. nnd :n p.i:-'« fs porfuci-y linen and ii :v u» WA AW ¥AMGH ^eATINVEW^ REaUIRESNOCOOKINS. HAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE iS WHFH FlfcRT RRilCHT SFtf CHE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL GO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF BFANY OTHER STARCH. j^Ul-ACTJPiEn CNLy *3.6.HUBiN5ER BRQS'C? ^ikKEOKUSUSWA^ N EWHAVEH.COirJI. All work jriven prompt atitn ttou and at a (onable rates. sWalnut St., VIRGINIA, MINN. I 2?iLnlaliS0 YICK'S pfnr/i" Ytek a Hon let CO.") pm Mesaba A 15 pm Tower Jet B5.*ipm Tower... 00pm Elv ..... Mlon Evelcth.... 7 45am Virgin!*} s(.5am McKinlt-y 8 2-iani Itiwabik 8 40 am Allen Jet AJlen Jcr P20«im 'iVwIJiiiboj ii Of- 11jmtso •'L-.-m ^r.^w^.^^Hsssssek-aflgssa^eeB^Mj^^jKEazzTsssameaEaBia !wii i^iuiUiy:.tj'^i uiii4. !Jitiii^ ii i} '5iiiHi!i !!iL jilODEb A'«B.-%5.9? A-A- PACPP *750° MoDELrE^'n CnA!riLE£5 *125.22 STAU»'H 1ms v. l.i?!'or the people of the United States for twenty-three doubt prv:in st stu.ich invention o...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 March 1898

VOL. 6. I OOLE'S A QEM MUSIC FURNISHED FOR BALLS AND First-class Work at City Prices. •5* A. HAWKINSON, VIRGINIA, MINN. Heavy AND ftlff-TIGMT Moon Shelf HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE. l! A. HAWKINSON. FAMOUS I HEATERS I & Kerr Lumber Co.. Manufacturers oI and Dojtiers la LUMBER, *. LATH AND SHINGLES. Spccial Attention to Local Trade* Office and Mills. Virginia.. Minn.- ENTERTAINMENTS, I FIRST-CLASS WOHK I GUARANTEED. Shop VIRGINIA, WE ORCHESTRA. I $ BEST ORGANIZATION OF ITS XIND IN THE NORTHWEST. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. I H. H. LIEN, MANAGER. VIRGWIA, MINN. CJ 1 Troy Steam Laundry Strictly J. J» BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. 9 |^atronize hjome Industry by leaving Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. MARTIN NELSON, BEST y/OBKHANSHIP GUARANTEE^ in Burke Building, Want the address of everyone that BUYS MUSIC Our Service prompt. Our terms the best. Write for them and catalogue. Teachers a specialty. Addres, In The. City C. J. DOCKSTADER, MUSIC DEALER, 0 9 129 JACKJOH STKE3T, MANKATO, MINN, ...

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