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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 November 1899

ID. SATURDAY, NOV. Strictly First-class Work at Deposi ts THIS WILL BE BARGAIN DAY -AT— Shanedling's MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING HOUSE. PRICES REDUCED for this day on all Ladies', Men and Children's Wear, the greatest in­ ducements ever offered the citi- aens of the Mesaea. Do Not Forget The Date. Saturday, NOV. 25th. T1 I I inr We are Headquarters for GROCERIES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES GENT'S and FURNISHINGS. W. B. PRATT & CO., Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn Moon & Kerr Lumber Co. Manufacturers of and Dealers 'a LUMBER, *. LATH AND SHINGLES. Special Attention to Local Trade Office and Mills Virginia, Minn.- 4 •i 4* Troy Steam Laundry, J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. City Prices. 25. ^^OTRONIZE HOME Industry by leaving Your Laundry In The City LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER BANK I? VIRGINIA, *oes A General Banking Business.. Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. j^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex­ ...

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. — 1 December 1899

VOL. 7. =5 3 33 & VIS W iPSS Range Agents for Peninsular GUNS, AMMUNITION and SPORTING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION, an Has an appearance his ready-made "brother cannot attain. You'll note it in all the Fashionable Men who have their Tailoring done by First Doer East of Virginia Cash Grocery, Virginia, Minn. xV vV vfy »V xV »V \V 1* xV JOHN O'CONNOR Carries the Finest Line of flronwood ii I House, fl 1 ANDY OLSON, Proprietors. 3) Flr5t Class Board by I -4^. Day or Week.^ Hie Bar in Connection. I BLATZ I BEER. 5 Best Liquors & OIIOIGQ Gigars Call and 5ce UA. We Use You 1 Right. Cor. Maple Street and R.R. Ave., Vlrginly. 1 A. Oar Line of GENERAL HARDWARE is always complete at right Prices. Iboimer, Xn th« City. Bis Sample Room Is Neat and First Class In Every Bespect, And He Invites Your Patronage. Bottle. Trade a Specialty. Free Lunch Day and NfgM. Virginia, Minn. mm Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, Storm Sash, Building Material, Etc., Etc. Exclusive Agents for A Stove3 and R...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 December 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. NANNAFORD, Publisher. TEA-TABLE SALAD. Now is a good time to fetch us that load of wood. Half a cord gets the Jimp one year.—Spring Place t,Ga.j iinplecute. "What were his last words?" "He didn't have any." "So his wife was with him to the end?" —Town Topics. Tommy—"Pa, is the baby crying be­ muse he hasn't any teeth?" Father— "No. my son he's crying because he's going to have some."—Puck. Maude—"They say there is no longer any man in the moon." Edith—"H'tn! They have made a summer resort of it, I suppose."—Boston Transcript. Hoy—"Pa. what is a hero?" "A hero is a man who tries to read a newspaper in the same room with a boy about your size." replied the papa.—Tit-Bits. ".Iohn. I'm goiug to sell these rolling pins and flatirons in one lot. How shall I label them for the auctioneer?" "War material, my love."—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Teacher—"How dare you laugh at me, you young rascals?" Chorus of Pupils— "But we're not laughing at you. sir...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 December 1899

pli Does your head ache? Pain back of your eyes? Bad taste in your mouth? it's your liver! Ayers PiUs are liver pills. They cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. 3 25c. All druggists. Want your ruouatach® or be»rd a bMUUtttl brown or rich black Then u»o BUCKINGHAM'S DYE TO^T», OF P. R. P. MALL* V. ACTS CO._NW.UA. N. H. GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS SYSTEM LEANSES THE R.W-, OVERCOMES 1^20 1 N.TUAL^'ST,PAT,0N UAL PERMANENTLY RO6E|,ETAALEFFECTSingspaper BU7 THE GtNV/INE MAN'F 6y (ABfvRNIA FFC SYRVP(S «,"N TO a SAU BY AU tRU6&STi CBU SOt PUt SOTtlL Don't Worry. Mrs. I.augtry was once asked by a New York "society woman" how she pre­ served her beauty. "What do you do uot to have a wrinkle?" "I don't worry, my dear," was her only answer. The idea and suggestion were not new. The "society woman,"' who is well known in New York, and at present in the^ ultra-fashionable set, took the hint. She has tried for several years not to worry, with good effect...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 December 1899

& & j, I A FORCED SALF! Strictly •9 4* 4» First-class Work at City Prices. A Clear Case of Must. 2 We are stuck, and we have the moral courage to admit it! The plain, unadulterated truth and the only reason is TOO- MUCH MKRCHANDISE AND TOO LITTLE WINTER _— We all too wisely anticipated the wholesale advance in merchandise encouraged by our continued success and confident, yes, san­ guine of the future, we laid in a etoreful of cold weather wearables, and the cold weath­ er didn't come. We have waited long enough—we have wait ed and hoped for Jack Frost's arrival until it is dangerous to wait any longer but now like liberal and broad-minded merchants should do, we are going to take our medicine, ite. and in no half-hearted way. |p The price priming-pruning knife has done its work well, so that now you can buy your winter clothing—your winter fur nishing goods—hats, shoes, etc., at prices that $$ 2 *ess enterprising merchants will ask for them three months from now (when you d...

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. — 1 December 1899

Vol. 7 yiVIAN PRINCE. City Justice. Notary Public. Collections a Specialty Insurance and Real Estate. Johnson Building, Chestnut street. Virginia, Minn. C. PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan Block. 'Virginia, MinD PLantaT SMOKERS: a For a real good, reliable smoke try that celebrated HAVANA PLANTATION CIGAR, Manufactured from the Choicest Havana Tobacco grown. A strictly Union-Made Gigar. Manufactured by JAEDECKEBROS. 1SHPEMING, MICHIGAN. For sale in first-class Hotels, Drus? Stores Restaurants and Saloons. Call for them. $em H. H. LIEN, Pr°P jj? First class in every respect. Barber! Sbop Best workmaa- 2? ship euar an teed. '•Sfc nk., •Ivsliila. SUPPLEMENT TO THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE. Virginia, St. Louis Co., Friday, December 1, 1899. SCHOOL^NOTES. EDlTOR-Etljel O. Northey. •$j ASSISTANT EDITOR—JenQie Myers STAFF—Rhetoric Class. f? We noticed in the last issue of school notes the name of Kath­ leen McLaughlin was uninten tionally omitted from the list of the 3rd Grade pupils...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 December 1899

VOL 7. ammmmmm «5 ^kV $8 -V^\ Ransre Agents O Peninsular Our Line of Stoves and Ranges. GUNS, AMMUNITION and SPORTING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION, cjx xjx .«•, Has an appearance his ready-i "brother cannot attain. You'll note it in all the Fashionable Men who have their Tailoring: done Iholmer, First Doer East of Virginia Cash Grocery. Virginia, Minn. VJX /,X XJ\ /RT YFI. »«. /4* FI wram&^m We are Headquarters for aiid COAL GROCERIES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and GENT'S FURNISHINGS. W. 6. PRATT & 1 Win ili ib ito & ik Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. JOHN O'CONNOR $ Carries be Finest Lhie of s» Lii^uor ^l§ars GENERAL HARDWARE is always complete at right Prices. a- jfog ILbe^atloreb Tn the City. His 8amplo Room is Neat and First Class in Ever Respect. And He Invites Your Patronage. Bottle Trade a Specialty. Fres Lunch Day and Virginia, Minn. Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, Storm Sash, Building. Material, Etc., Etc. Exclusive Agents for Cole's Air Tight Heaters, the most...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 December 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. w. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. j: —In Westminster Abbey 1173 poisons have been buried. —'There are 242 German Baptist churches in the United States. —In Vienna organ grinders are allowed to play only between midday aud sun­ set. —The daily medieal inspection of school children has been adopted iu Phil­ adelphia. —A vanilla bean kept in the sugar box imparts a delicious flavor to sugar. The French do this. —It is said to be almost impossible to sink a modern battleship constructed ou the best models. —The New Epiphany chapel (Episco­ pal). in New York has adopted the "nev­ er close" policy. —The income from the Monte Carlo gaming tables for the past year reaches over $110,000,000. —A Sicilian advocate charged with fraud was recently sentenced to 180 years' imprisonment. In a Texas vase, Jndge Dillard de­ cides that a mortgage on an implanted crop is wholly illegal and void. —A natural soap mine and a paint mine are two of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 December 1899

4m lOw Pill§ Dizzy? Then your liver isn't acting well. You suffer from bilious­ ness, constipation. Ayer's PiUs act directly on the liver. For 60 years the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure. 25c. All druggists. brow^ jir^rlc'h be»*4'» 'be*utiful lOustae v. «iVN bfofcK? Then ua BUCKINGHAM'S _«a_£I»-.qr DyuGota-rs. gw R. P. Hai.t. Co. Hilars A tieorsift Literary Blowout. Tho closing exercises of the Literary club were highly successful. Perfect or­ der was preserved without the attendance of the town marshal, whose children were laid tip with measles, from which we sin­ cerely hope they will recover soou. There was high tumbling by a stranded cir­ cus performer, a wrestling match in which uobody was hurt, after which a delightful hot supper was served, con­ sisting of move than we have space to mention. It was said that the sheriff overate himself anil had tits, but the re­ port is false, for we were personally pres­ ent until daylight, and we positively as­ sert that all went me...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 December 1899

£££& IS Dizzy? Then your liver Isn't acting well. You suffer from bilious­ ness, constipation. Ayer's Pills act directly on the liver. For 60 years I* Pill. Sma druggists. the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure. 25c. IV All 0n'- ("_0l,ucai»T»- «. p. Haul a CO. NtWU*. N. H. A Georgia Literary Blowout. The closing exercises of tho Literary olnl \vor»- highly successful. Perfect or­ der was preserved without the nttendnnco of the town marshal, whose children were laid up with measles, from which we sin­ cerely hope they will recover soon. There was hi tumbling by a stranded cir­ cus performer, a wrestling match in which nobody was hurt, after which a delightful hot supper was served, con­ sisting of move than we have space to mention. It was said that the sheriff overate himself and had tits, but the re­ port is false, for we were personally pres­ ent until daylight, and we positively as­ sert that all went merry as a marriage bell.—Whit sett Courier. Combination Book Case for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 December 1899

I A I FIRST-CLASS a A FORGED SALE! A Clear Case of Must, We are stuck, and we have the moral courage to admit it! J. F. MICHAN, 1 S MERCHANT Hit TAILOR I SHITS MADE TO ORDER. I PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. $ I LATEST STYLES. I $ & VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. $ The plain, unadulterated truth and tho only reason is TOO MUCH MERCHANDISE AND TOO LITTLE WINTER We all too wisely anticipated the wholesale advance in merchandise encouraged by our continued success and confident, yes, san­ guine of the future, we laid in a storeful of cold weather wearables, and the cold weath­ er didn't come. We have waited long enough—we have wait­ ed and hoped for Jack Frost's arrival until it is dangerous to wait any longer but now like liberal and broad-minded merchants should do, we are going to take our medkine, axul ill no half hoartod iray. The price-pruning knife has done its work well, so that now you can buy your winter clothing—your winter fur­ nishing goods—hats, shoes, etc., at prices that less enterp...

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. — 15 December 1899

VOL 7. Range Agents for Peninsular NS, AMMUNITION •i: Js! i'SHIP y'OUR HIDF.5 FURS PTLTS.VV00L.G1N5ENG AND SENECA ROOTS I TO THE 0L0 RELIABLE,. NORTHWESTERN HIDE & FUR CO. MINNEAPOLIS a: )K O. D. KINNEY, I'RES. change. Dfc resits Stoves and Ranges. and SPORTING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION, Our Lino of GENERAL HARDWARE is always complete at right Pricfes. NOURISH THE MIND AS FOOD N O I S E S E O WE HAVE THEM in Endless Variety serintion. $1,000 WORTH .. and of Every de- of tlie Latest Literary Prod actions now on oar shelves for the to which -we invite the attention of of the pnbiic. In all Binding?, from 60c to $3.00. 1st. K. Parrand, MA HINM I Zhc Ztailoreb 5 /Dan Has an appearance his ready-made "brother cannot attain. You'll note it in all the Fashionable Men who have their Tailoring done by I Ibolmer. First Doer East of Virginia Cash Grocery. Virginia, Minn. tin GIVE MORE VALUABLE? INFORMATION ON HIDES./ FURS AND W00L,THAN li ANY HOUSE IN THE WORLCL ^NORTHWESTERN A HIDE S FUR...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 15 December 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. illlOV —Women are not permitted to be pho­ tographed in China. —A Juliet physician says that carpet beating spreads disease. —A Landmarks club is one of southern California's organizations. —Opal minium is one of the latest Aus­ tralian mineral industries. —In all Spain there are only 3230 chil­ dren iu the Sunday schools. —Toronto has. according to the asses­ sor's returns, li2,007 of a population. —A movement is on foot to establish the beet root sttgar industry in Canada, -The word Bible means simply book, but it is now confined to the Hook of Books. More than half of the phosphate in the world is now supplied by the United States. —Anions professional women hospital nurses, it is said, head the list of marry­ ing women. —The jostortioe building in Virginia, San Diego county, Cal., is made of an old piano box. —Women employed on Japanese tea farms work twelve hours and are paid 15 cents a day...

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. — 15 December 1899

Sick headache. Food doesn't di­ gest well, appetite poor, bowels con­ stipated, tongue coated. It's your liver! Ayer's Pills are liver pills, easy and safe. They cure dyspep­ sia, biliousness. 25c. All Druggists. AVant your moustache ox beard a beautiful brown or rich black Thou use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE Ml 60 CTS. of DaucaiSTs, OR S. P. HALL A I O CO.*. NMHUA,N. ters N«»w, B. H. Capt. Griuley's Monument. The memory of Capt. Charles E. Grid lo.v, who aievl shortly aftt'r the battle of Manila, in winch he commanded the Olymjiia. will bo fittingly preserved by the city of Eric, Pa., in which his ashes lie. On an ominouce along the shore of Lake Eric, whore it eau be seen fof inilos by land aud water, a beautiful nionmncnt is to be erected and sur ruundod by drives. The desigu for the niuuuinont hsis boon approved by the liiidioy family, and the committee in charge of the work. The design shows a shaft which will rise seventy feet from .the ground. It will be constructed of granite and is t...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 15 December 1899

iti Holiday PRESENTS ..FOR MEN.. -a -Mi Men's Silfi S-tspemi *rs, Silk .\rckicmtr Si and J.trtrn Ha it dktvehlefs, •54s. Ox/'tril Mufjlere, Silfi Cmbrcllas, Sit!( l.innl lores, Col.or ami Cuff Itoxs 'K •Vot'Wiii'j ill 1M. O a in a OUR ANNUAL CHRISTMAS AND A VJI-IMI5S I IVIA! Sleeca l.inks. Scarf fins anti Monarch fa net/ an trie. Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. Wll.L COMMENCE Saturday, Dee. 16. More Extensive Than Ever are Displaysl The Noblest Season of All! Our Gift bearing days— the days for making hearts lighter and lovo dearer and friendship stronger. Wehavebaen working hard for the success of our Holiday Sale, come and see how well we have antici­ pated your ideas of JUST WHAT TO GIVE! I FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. COAL ils tff i» ito ito MARTIN BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Sale! Greater Than Ever are the Holiday Stocks! BIGGER THAN EVER ARE CROWDS! at Holiday Sale Prices. A Beautiful Display of Fancy Toilet Boxes, Looking Glasses, Picture Frames, Silk Lined Gloves, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 15 December 1899

fri |-fl# •. ai U* l.s l.s l.s *Vr?®f2£ 3g-jf%3Si!: ill li t-IJ Wr i* W iu Free F: 'M WRCINIA^ More Extensive Than Ever are Olspl^slis PRESENTS ..FOR MEN.. Jlcn'* Silk Suspend­ ers, St!/t AKkmar Sl:k and Linen Ha itdkpr^h it/*, 0»/Vrd Mujjltr*, Sllft UmbreUat, Stth I.inexi Gloves, Coliar and V«ff Uttxs Aowttiw in tffeeee Scarf Pin* «Hi Stint, Monarch \»Moy SAfrte. HHP Moon & Kerf Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. *. ». V^ *%\,r* v' iMjUifcP ft OUR ANNUAL. CHRISTMAS vAND Will OONHEIKS^ Saturdays Dec-'16. Greater Than Ever are the Holiday Stooks! TheNoblest Season of All! Our Gift bearing days— -the days for making hearts lighter and love dearer and friendship stronger. We have been working hard for the success of our Holiday Sale. come"aDd see how well ws.have antici­ pated your ideas of JUST WHAT TO GIVE! at Holiday Sail Prices. A Beautiful Display of Fancy Toilet Boxes, Looking Glasses, Picture Frames^ Silk Lined Gloves, Neckwear, Fine Shoes, at Special Reduced Prices. ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 15 December 1899

Vol. 7. FATTENING UP STOCK all over the country now for the holiday trade. We will have Jhe pick of the best Beef, Veal, "Mut­ ton, Lamb, Pork aod Poultry here in time to fill your orders. The Meat we sell all the year round is equal to any specially fed for festive occasions. It is cut from young corn fed animals and is tender, juicy and tooth** some. MESABA .MEAT MARKET. & SCHOOL NOTES. & FRANK DONNELLY, JULIA MAHONEY, f' Editor. Asst. Ed, "There pealed the bells more loud and'deep: God is not dead, nor does he sleep! The wrong cloth fail, the right prevail, "With peace onTSartli, good wilt to men." Alas! Poor Carthage! Walter Smith has been re-! hearsing some new songs with US, The Botany class are taking up the study of cryptogamous,1 SUPPLEMENT TO 1 ii \h Virginia, St. Louis Go., Friday, December 15, 1899. or flowerless plants. On Monday the Caesar class completed the first book of Caes­ ar and for the past week have been reviewing. ''And that ussislant editor skipped w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 15 December 1899

HIGH SCHOOL AOTJE5--Concluded. Morning exercises this week —Christmas stories by Eugene Field. They are particularly interesting, The class in Literature are studying the "Merchant of Ven­ ice." School closes today for the Holiday recess. Examinations id General His tory. arithmetic, and Latin Grammar were written Friday morning. Closing exercises were given in all the grades today. Quite a discussion took place in the Caesar class Wednesday morning as to the necessity of studying Latin and the history of the nations that lived before Christ. We were convinced that THE man of today must be well up in both these subjects. The Drawing class have made some pretty ink sketches. Come and hear the editor of tl.e Virginian school notes sing his solo tonight. He sings very sweetly. Grace Owens is conrined to the house on account of sicffn^ss. A few of the little girls were standing near the lower school telling each other what they would like Santa Claus to bring. One little curley headed g...

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. — 22 December 1899

VOL. 7. & & \b & & & & ik $ ito it ifc Our tit ft \Ht ib iki U$ i* \b Hi & 5 I Grand Holiday Sale. MERIT AND VARIETY are so conspicuously great in our Suit and Overcoat I Department that none can fail to be suited. Overcoats and Ulsters, Unparalleled Values, at prices ranging from $5 to $15. HOblDJIY Fancy NAVAL ORANGES, MALAGA, CATAWBA AND CONCORD GRAPES, FRESH LETTUCE, RADISHES, ONIONS, CELERY, TOMATOES, Etc. VIRGINIA CASH GROCERY Are Headquarters for EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT. I i! I Me tbank our (Matrons S for oast favors and assure them thi for past favors and assure them that in future as In past will save money by buying of us. VIRGIN C^SH AOAMUI BOY'S excellent qualities at prices that will astonish you. J. ROMAN mm What would make a more acceptable present to a man than some handsome article of NECKWEAR, FINE LINEN, HOSE, MUFFLERS or OXFORDS, or any other of the tasty and useful articles Overcoats and Ulsters XT COST! I i! ALSO CARRY THE LARGEST AND...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 22 December 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —You can buy tea in China for IVi cents per iouiul. —Australia has on tho avcargo one hos pital for 12,21*9 persons. No fewer than 112 families of inju­ rious inserts vox farmers. —There are nearly 3,320,000 a civs of swamp laud in South Carolina. —Dublin university is to establish a di­ ploma for teaching agriculture. —The meat of a sheep killed by a dog fatally poisoned a Kalamazoo girl. Baltimore claims the largest negro population of any city in the world. —The chafing dish is an accessory to the nursery in preparing special foods for children. —Chinese scholars claim that iron swords were in use in their country -1000 years ago. -The republic of Venezuela contains r»lHUr!) square miles. It is larger than any eountry in Europe except Russia. —The hygienic reports of Paris for the year IS!8 record 1500 persons bitten by dogs supposed to be mad eight of those persons died. -Theater omnibuses...

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