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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 19 May 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFQRD, Publish*. NOTES OF INTEREST. —Paris contains 10,000 individuals who live l»y lieggiug. —Clerks in Vieuun stores are agitating for a Sunday holiday. Hawaii has 4880 Mormons, of whom 4o(»N a iv natives of the islands. —The first cotton mill in Kansas is now being built in Independence. —Lambeth palace cau show specimens of almost every style of architecture which has prevailed siuce 1100. —A literary statistician declares that for the year 185)8 eight uovels a day were published, Suudays and holidays not ex­ cluded. —The average ^number of horses killed in Spanish bull tights every year exceeds ,000, while from 1000 to 1200 bulls are sacrificed. —There are throughout the United Kingdom uearly 130,000 women engaged in teaching, almost three times the nnui ler of men. —Miss Lettie Simmons of Friendship. Me., raised last season a turnip which she coaxed up to the enormous weight of 1-V." pounds. —It takes about a billion and a half...

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. — 19 May 1899

44 The Rrudent Man Setteth His House in Order/* Your human tenement should be gtoen even more careful attention than the house you live in. Set it in order bp thoroughly purifying your blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. •KryftoelM-" My little girl is now fai and haalwy on account of Hood's Sarsapa­ rilla curing her of erysipelas and eczema." Ku. H. O. WHKATUSY, Port Chester, N. Y. Hod*! PIUi oar« iWer UU the non-lrrltatlng an* O.V cathartic to take with Mood's Sarsapartllal *r 1* Acr*#—WW furnish a good living and com­ fortable home for a family In the Upper AVUlan ette Valley. Krult. poultry, p? r.len. Mild winters, cool eutnmers, neait tful. write for Information to AV. F. Dl'NLAP, Ktat,e ic, Oregon. N cry 0 us: People^ Nervous~pe6ple not only *¥^^1 iufer themselves but c&u&e more or less misery to everyone &roun<) them. They are fretful, e&sily worried and therefore a worry to others. WheiTeverything annoys you when your pulse beats ex* cessively-. when you a...

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. — 19 May 1899

T7n-t d:ito la detail. M-HM-H-1 I I I»| I I I We make it a point to get home raised Beef, Lamb and Pork and that is the reason our meats are so tender, juicy and toothsome. Our Poultry is fresh killed and dry picked. The chickens we sell will taste delicious. THE MESABA MEAT MARKET, VIRGINIA. MINN. Or* Km THREE LEADERS! VIKINGS. $&>, $50. COLUMBIAS. $25, 35, 50. VIMS, $25.00 to $35.(0] ^Discount for cash. The Viking and Columbia are the1 top notch. No better chain wheels can be made, and* never will be. The Vim wheels are grand value for^ the price. NTEW WHEELS FOR RENT i§ii§|N£$. Orictnaion or Th«OttsloffQe BasliieMi C, PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan BloeK, Virginia, Minn WILD BEEF. lias not got the rich flavor of the' 'farm grown cattle. And It is not so tender. 25 oents per hour, 3 hours 50 cents, $1 per day. [D. & I. R. City Office. -^C. S. REEVES. rWTVvTTTTTTTTi JAS. SULLIVAN. ®, VIRGINIA, •*jt( xji YOU EM OSE RR WIIDWSR. Paper Hanger and Sign Writer.« A...

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. — 26 May 1899

VOL. 7. 0 0 i! W Hin We era & a & jj rr v? 3 r^.1 v. AMMi XITIOX and SPORTING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION, life gvw-'h mtmmmrnmmMmMmMmmMurn v*__- aszsasssEEZEsm ,v XV .v x»x --v »v /A V/ iii. "'J* & ifci Satifacfiou Guaranteed. -St*. A 4 All work given prompt atten­ tion and fit BICYCLES! We invite Attention 16 ()f every description, complete assortment. f|nr i~ 1r Vj t-i. To our elegant line of '99 wheels. We handle the A AX, PiilLHAM, CAV ALTER,1 ©$• A A Complete ,1 CJ Line of General Hardware. tjo&xd Rites Roasona':!?. Special Att^niicn to TT race. MERCHANT'S HOTEL TrlOS. DUNS V.ORE, PROP. Evcrythinrr First-c!ass. Warm Rooms and Best of Acsommodations. Give Me a Call. HOLMER Fashionable Tailor, Invites vour inspection of his elegant line of •. SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS. MARTIN NELSON, BEST WORKMANSHIP 3UARAMTEEI Shop VIRGINIA, asonablu rates. WulnutSt..^ VIRGINIA* MXNN/I. Tried and True. Best equip­ ments of any $35 wheel sold. for Peninsular Stoves and Ranges. 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. — 26 May 1899

s"iv S. THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, PtiWhlw. NOTES OF INTEREST. —The Greenland whale has a heart a yard ill diameter. —The MexWan army comprises 3507 officers ami 24,538 privates. —On the doeket of the criminal court of Atluuta are the names of 27 uncaught murderers. —Canada sells us farm products valued at $5,32t»000, but buys of us other goods worth $78,000,000. —The capital of Herzegovnia has a man uamed Gjugja, who is 100 years old ami boasts of 130 descendants. —A large deposit of tin is reported to have been discovered in Honduras, with­ in easy access to a good wagon road. —Christian Science has over 30,000 ad­ herents in the state of New York, and about thirty-tive churches and congrega­ tions. —The Bank of Russia still reports a cash balance "held abroad" of $10,200, tX0. against $9,050,000 thus reported a year ago. —Nearly all the taxes levied in the United States are imposed upon produc­ tion and consumption, rather than upon accumulation. —Fo...

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. — 26 May 1899

*alHng Heaves Give warning ol Winkr So the falling of the hair tells of the approach of age and declining power. No matter how barren the tree nor how leafless it may seem, you confidently expect leaves again. And why? Because there Is life at the roots. So you need not worry about the falling of your hair, the threatened departure of youth and beauty. And why? Because if there is a spark of life remaining in the roots of the hair AVER'S HAIR VIGOR will arouse it into healthy activ­ ity. The hair ceases to come out: it begins to grow: and the glory of your youth is restored to you. we have a book on the Hair and its Diseases. It is free. Thm Beat Adrfcm Frmo. If you do not obtain all the benefits yon expected from the use of the Visor, write the doctor about H. Probably there Is some uifBcultv with your gen­ eral system which "may be easily removed. Address. DR. J. C. AYER. Lowell. Mass. A Natural Black is Produced by for the Whiskers. Buckingham's Dye SO cts. of druggists or R. P.H...

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. — 26 May 1899

XJ IJ AS. ^VjjjlNGS, $35, $50, QOLUMB5AS. $25, 35, 50. 5fHEn«a^r- a® »»x ik 9 VIRGINIA, ¥€saj &f&M »n&t« jys.a*'"' c:i:oin hjtecv4- ry uviiill. r»Sr.u~,-,—r=rv.): I«. Sfv: S .• •*-Zr*41V? rfcta C, PALMER, WILD BEEF. has not got the rich flavor of the''farm grown cattle. And it is not so tender. We make it a point to get home raised Beef, Lamb and Pork and that is the reason our meats are so tender, juicy and toothsome. Our Poultry is fresh killed and dry picked. The chickens we sell will taste delicious. THE MESABA MEAT MARKET, VIRGINIA, MINN. Quiet: Supp^f1: 1ST RAT VIMS, Iiseount for cash. The Viking and Columbia are the top notch- No better chain wheels can be made, and never will be. The Vim wheels are grand value for the price. •NEW WHEELS FOR gg 25 cents per hour, 8 hours 50 cents, $1 per day. [D. & I. R. City Office. -K^_C. SULLIVAN, Paper Hanger and Sign Writer. Artistic Work at Lowest Prices. £fe£Sa Art -va cr.o "r-f litl .T •u Attorney at Law. OFRCO in Sull...

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. — 2 June 1899

I & ai :i =3 u^ii« ii!ililllhUiUUiUUi-UIH'li y-1 Wo O OVOl'V U^rVi'ij ^.vtl f'Oilii Orfc)iit VMM! is*. ru vi'J on top not-jh. never will the price. ... *•, *V \V A* Th -u -ry S OH WHEELS I 25 cents per hour, 1. R, City Office. Invites your inspection of his elegant line of Satifactiou Guaranteed. COAL "^s MARTIN NELSON, BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED To onr elegant line of '99 wheels. We handle the A AX PELHAM, WALTER, iSejto Sunfliias Repair Shop A A lent. Comploto in p, liiiU IGGN nAK 1 ti£ iAS- S3 Tried and True. Best equip­ ments of any §35 wheel sold. r*r V, 1 a ?»j •nftTt ?'71nT'fT:H?fin*if if TtTlffi o.u The Viking and Columbia are tlie^ ter oh a tn \vhed-.4 can be made, and are grand value for im X^EINS A •»v .v it* ii", __=«ssoS!E2k. 3 hours 50 cents, •I per day. -M S HOLMER.™ In connection. Best work at very lowest prices. al Hardware. Iinsular Stoves and Ranges. EVES.' iti2%iHA-ti^ iii jj? •«. '»x I I O I iVL S Fashionable Tailor, SPRING AND SUMMER rfl -SUITINGS. Burke B...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 2 June 1899

.** -l£. &:, Si ft •H- f-f THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publlshwr. NOTES OF INTEREST. -A Chicago woman makes Iut living by washing cats. —The Silurian railway carried 175,000 passengers in 18SR5, 413,000 in 1807 and mO.OOO in 1S08. —Of the thirty-eight Saltans who have vmWhI at Constantinople since 1453 all but four dkxl a violent death. —The Bank of Russia reported de­ crease of $15.1HK,000 in its gold reserves during the last week of April. —Some naturalists believe that hares never driivk, but get enough liquid for their needs in the dew on the grass they cat. —The wise man turns up his sleeves and goes to work while the fool sits around aud waits for work to come to bim. —Mexican school children are allowed to smoke during lesson time, provided they have i\ttained a certain standard of excellency. —Farmers iu Scotland are unanimous that such a backward season as the pres­ ent has not been experienced for at least twenty years. In France, if a pers...

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. — 2 June 1899

.). '•hi TS Tales of Notables. Felix MoscUcles' "Fragraeuts of au Au­ tobiography," abounds iu good stories of his fatuous contemporaries. The fol­ lowing are selected at random from a single page: "lvossini was going along the boule­ vards with a friend, when they met Mey­ erbeer. 'And how's your health. aiy dear Maestro?' asks Meyerbeer, "Shaky, cher u&itre, very shaky.' They pass ou. 'l-?o\v could you tell such stories?* asks the friend. 'You were uever better.' 'All. well.' auswerd Iiossini. 'to be sure— btit why shouldn't I put it iu that way? It sixes him so much pleasure.' "Creuiieux, the ugliest man in France, a sort of missing link, questioned Dumas at dinner as to his descent. 'Was your fclher a mulatto?" 'Yes,' answered Du nuis, 'my father was a mulatto, my grandfather a negro, and my great-grand­ father a monkey my family began where yours ends.' Quick at repartee as Du­ mas was, he did not always have the last word, as on an occasion when he re­ ceived a letter from...

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. — 2 June 1899

O Up-to- OPENING OF THE STAR Glothi'g House Saturday, June 3, With a Complete Line of Men's and Boy's —CLOTHING, Fine Gent's Furnish­ ings and Shoes, At prices to satisfy the Economic Purchaser. NATHANSON BROS., PROPRIETORS. M+,V }v Vj? *|V Sr icetD?'' U-0 nv llC2S0i WILD BEEF. lias not got the rich flavor of the''farm grown cattle. And it is not so tender. We make it a point to get homy raised Beef, Lamb and Pork and that is the reason our meats are so tender, juicy and toothsome. Our Poultry is fresh killed and dry picked. The chickens •we sell will taste delicious. THE MESABA MEAT MARKET, VIRGINIA, MINN. Our famous Ij 1J IB IABIKL Bit AMD. It's th'i bi*t in the worl-t. Prion will sur- ?rom rise vou. We deliver tililcago, Omaha or St. Fwl, as de»ir?cl. Write for pr)o«« al micples. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., GHICAOO Vy IJ AS. SULLIVAN, Vfv Sjx Vjv +X JV Paper Hanger and Sign Writer. Artistic Work at Lowest-Prices. VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. If ,»*' **. *', XV, ,xV XV nV *ty xV \»y .%v •«...

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. — 9 June 1899

VOL. ==3 ffl I —1 -S.-1 rr,-i Hi :£vl E^t s3 —"3 1**3 «r» 3} •& IS E :-^j ?rii A 1 in v:r.GisiA, 5 *1* -^1 A* "SfT *4* A AX O S JLV a 1 AMMUNITION and ^PORTING GOOD* of EVIT.Y DESCRIPTION, A. L: $50. QOLUMBiAS, ^2j- W** "*V 'V HV "N** "*V '•V 'Yi? XV ,V -v xV a* s» At/ yjC COAL BERT THE BICYCLES! Discount for cash. The Viking and Columbia are the S top notch. No better chain wheels can be made, and S er will be. The Vim wheels are grand value for' the price. $ NEW WHEELS' FOR 25 cents per hour, 8 hours 50 cents, 81 per day (D. & I. R. City OITiGe. S. REE:WEES.1 vv vvvvv-^—i'v^— *«. HOLMER To our elegant line of '99 wheels. We handle the Ra n-e A orent for Peninsular Stoves and Ranges. S«i 5 S-vS 11 WAGON MAKER A: THREE LEADERS ViKiNQS, 3:-' "y I S 3 Fashionable Tailor, Invites your inspection of his elegant line of SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS. ^1 1 Satifactiou Guarantee!]. Burke BId g, Virginia, Tried and True. Best equip­ ments of any 835 wheel sold. FELHAM, rrjss ALTER fCHs...

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. — 9 June 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. -The wheelbarrow coolies of China have joitmel in the general movement for trades unions and have formed a guilel of their own. -In a down-town barber shop in Phila­ delphia is the sign in the shape of a tomb­ stone beuring the inscription: "Whis­ kers dyed here." Admiral Makarof of the Russian navy, has inve'iitenl a species of ie-e-plew eajmble of breaking through iee from 12 to even inches thiek. —A ehaiu bridge over the Merriiuae river at Auiesbury, Mass.. is said to be the oldest suspension bridge in the Tint­ ed States. It was built in 179U. A liO-year-old widow of Tidenhum, in Gloucestershire. England, has been seut to jail for two mouths for milking other people's cows on the town eonuuon. -The remedial effects of laughter are really wonderful. Cases have been known where a hearty laugh has banished disease and preserved life by a sudden effort of nature. —The largest order for carpets...

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. — 9 June 1899

SPIDERS FURNISH SILK. Mad* to Give Up Their Delicate Web to Machine. M. Caohot, an eminent Freueh eheoiist, has captured tho prize of fltXK) stei-Hnj offered by the Manwfaeturora' Union of England for the invention of any perfect profess for utilising the web of the com­ mon spider. Textile America describes a visit of in­ spection paid M. Cachot's work roiau by party of manufacturers. They were n.shcied into a damp, dimly-lighted moat, inhabited by hundreds ot' large Mailajias car spiders clinging to the side walls and npon the rafters. The only food required hy these curious creatures is a diet of in sevtM, house Hies and small living things of all sorts. They rateii the victim, and. while trying to imprison their prey, tsend out their most valuable webbing. It is very strong and permits of being turned »H readily. In the eenter of the room stands a frame tilled with bobbins, worked by a dynamo. The spider is allowed one or two turns around the Hy, ami then the web, issuing around...

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. — 9 June 1899

"5J* Ji* V. VIRGINIA, "*h V/ STAR LOTHINB HOUSE! Virginia, MiQQcsota. Men and Boys' New Raady-to-Wear Clothing, Comprising-all the best Clothing S^iown in this city at sueli low prices that Successful Competition Is Impossible Otir Men's Furnishings Arc up to date. Also a complete line of Men's Fine Shoes. It will be to your interest to examine ours iirst before making your purchases else­ where. NATHANSON BROS., PROPRIETORS. I ¥00 gr*. r® ^£f*y 5®*. S(j2v:iac».nt» Tllft &!i»ia£llC 15 iV^(i *. 4 /J to WII/D BEEF. has not ggrt the rich flavor of the1'farm grown cattle. And it is not HO tender. We make it a point to get home raised Beef, Lamb and Pork and that is the reason our meats are so tender, juicy and toothsome. Our Poultry is fresh killed and dry picked. The chickens we sell will taste delicious. THE MESABA MEAT MARKET, VIRGINIA, INN. Our farcoua BKitJJS Rl&££^f?8) BBAH9. EsIRHU^LSd lt,' 1,1 tl10 WIIVWIuElU world. Pricfs «^1 r,ur- TRBgprSBp rriso yon. We ileiiver »»nfc...

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. — 16 June 1899

VOL. 7. 0! 0 0 0 PI 1 licyle Sundries f' Of every description, complete assortment. All work given prompt atten­ tion and at r: asoaabiu rates. V'ulnut VIRGINIA. MINN.' & COAL BICYCLES wi imh»- We Carry a Complete Line of Wall Paper GUNS, AMMUNITION and SPORTING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION, THREE LEADERS [vikings, $&. $5Q. COLUMBIAS, $25, 35, 50. VIMS, $25-00 Discount for easli. The Viking and Columbia are the top notch. No better chain wheels can be made, and never will be. The Vim wheals are grand value for" the price. N£Y7 WHEELS FOR RENT^^aL 25 cents per hour, 3 hours 50 cents, $1 per day.i D. & I. R. City Office. S. REEEVS HOLMER THE To our elegant line of '99 wheels. We handle the AJAX, PELHAM, 'C General Hardware Range Agent for Peninsular Stoves and Ranges. Tried and True. Best equip­ ments of any $35 wheel sold. BLAGKSMITR, HORSESHOER, WAGON MAKER AND Fashionable Tailor, •$f£ Invites your inspection of his elegant line of SfRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS. Satifactiou G...

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. — 16 June 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publish*. HUMOROUS ITEMS. Squiff—"The cycle is superseding the horse everywhere." Biff—"Yes I found piece of pneumatic tire in uiy sausage this morning.—Tit-Bits, Dick—"Do you enjoy Kipling?*' Ma­ bel—"Oh, I adore him. I have heard so much about his 'Jungle Book' and his 'Bar-Room Ballads.' "—W. of M. Wrin­ kle. "Bobbler's welding was the culmina­ tion of romance. He met his wife on a train." "He did? Why doesn't he sue the company?"—Indianapolis Jour­ nal. Customer (at a restaurant)—"This steak is much smaller than the oue I had yesterday." Waiter—'"Yessir come off a smaller hox, sir."—Tit-Bits. Brown—"You can always tell a young man who is just out of college." Jones—"That's just where you are wroug. You can't tell hiui anything."— Ohio State Journal. lit Boston—"How much are these strings beans?" "Seventy-five cents a quart." "Isn't that rather altitudinous?" "Yes, madam: but these are very high strung beans."—Yale Record. ...

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. — 16 June 1899

6: Uneqnaietl fop Its Parpoae. As a covering for walls and ceilings, there Is nothing equal to Alabastine, the celebrated product of the Alabas­ tine Company of Grand Rapids, Mich. It is eminently healthful and econom Ical. Being porous, it permits ventila­ tion, in which it is superior to wall pa­ pers, which, besides, are often tainted with poison. This makes Alabastine unequal for use in sleeping rooms. Too much thought cannot be given to the condition of the apartments in which we sleep, and they should be freed as much as possible from the germs of disease and death. By coating the walls and ceilings of these rooms with the pure Alabastine, this danger is ob­ viated. There is nothing more pure aud cleanly than this wall coating, the base of which is a natural rock product that sets on the wall and hardens with age. Alabastine does not rub or scale off and requires no scraping before re* tlnting. There is absolutely no com­ parison between the beautiful and dur­ able Alabastine ...

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. — 16 June 1899

STAR LOTHING HOUSE! Virginia, MiQQesota. Men and Boys'New Ready-to-Wear Clothing, Office and Mills Virginia, Minn.- ¥ey OM Originator* of The Catalogue Bails ess. WILD BEEF. has not got the rich flavor of the"farm grown cattle. And it is not so tender. We make it a point to get home raised Beef, Lamb and Pork and that is the reason our meats are so tender, juicy and toothsome. Our Poultry is fresh killed and dry picked. The chickens we sell will taste delicious. THE MESABA MEAT'MARKET, VIRGINIA. MINN. Comprising all the best Clothing Shown in this city at such low prices that Successful Competition Is Impossible Our Men's Furnishings Are up to date. Also a complete line of Men's Fine Shoes. It will be to your interest to examine ours first before making your purchases else­ where. NATHANSON BROS PROPRIETORS. SULLIVAN, Paper Hanger and Sign Writer. Artistic Work at Lowest Prices. VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. Moon & Kerr Lumber Co. Manufacturers of and Dealers in LUMBER, Onr famous B1VI 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. — 23 June 1899

VOL 7. 5 licyls Sundries Of every description, eomplcte assortment. Wall Paper GUNS, AMMUNITION and SPORTING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION, mfiih' a iii ii !. \Ya' v:rgik!a. THREE LEAD VIKiNGS3 $S5. $50. CQLUMBIAS, [D. & I. R. City Office. & COAL BICYCLES! We Mk Attention To onr elegant line of 'i)9 wheels. We handle the A AX, PELHAM, CAVALIER, A We Carry a Complete Line of General Hardware Ilange Agent for Peninsular Stoves and Ranges. BLAGKSMITR, HORSESHOF.R, A N MiNNV I S kDiscount for cash. The Viking and Columbia are the* top notch. No better chain wheels can be made, andt never will be. The Vim wheels are grand value for the price. •NEW WHEELS FOR RENT 25 cents per hour, 3 hours 50 cents, $1 per day. HOLMER jTfiE Tried and True. Best equip­ ments of any $35 wheel sold. A O N A E S 5 0 Fashionable Tailof, & Invites your inspection of his elegant line of SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS. S?SI Satifaction Guaranteed. MARTIN NELSON, BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED $ S. REEEVS I i",...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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