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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 April 1900

Stomach Troubles in Spring Are THAT BILIOUS FEELING, bad taste in the mouth, dull headache, sleep­ lessness, poor appetite. No matter how careful you are about eating, everything you take into your stomach turns sour, causes distress, pains and unpleasant gases. "Don't you understand what these symptoms—sipnals of distress—mean? They are tho cries of the stomach for help! It is being overworked. It needs the peculiar tonic qualities and diges­ tive strength to be found only in HOOD'S Sarsaparilla The best stomach ami blooil remedies known to the medical profession are •combined in the medicine, and thousands •of grateful letters telling its cures prove it to be the greatest medicine for all stomach troubles ever yet discovered. Sorry He Didn't Go. "You should have gone with me to hear the 'Persian Garden,' dear." chirped Mrs. Bird, when she found her husband still at home the night of that concert, and he looked as if he had smoked too many strong cigars in her absence. "Ilumph! I'v...

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. — 27 April 1900

it it it \t it it it it St St & \t Barber I J. F. MICHAN, ift MERCHANT TAILOR S iH 5 SUITS MADE TO ORDER. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED, $ LATEST STYLES. to W. B. PRATT 4 CO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY. A most complete line of jjjj China, Crockery and Glassware. ^t Courteous Treatment it O. D. KINNEY, PRES. M* C. PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan Block, Virginia, Minn (3cm H. H. LIEN, Prop. First class Js in every JJ respect. 2 Best workman ship euar anteed. Sbop l-H-f-f Ironwood House, ANDY OLSON, Proprietors. •fr 4* First Class Board by ay or Week._^ Flue Bar In Connection. BLATZ BEER. 4 4 1 Best Liquors & Giioice Gigars Call and See Us. We Use You Right. Cor. Maple Street and R.R. Ave., "Virgmiy. '•5* VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. JJJ SMOKERS: .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 byj JAEDECKEBROS. ISHPEMING, MICHIGAN....

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. — 4 May 1900

VOL. 8. xi* y/ y*/ •5K xj/ '•X "?& x»« -••X -4 ^•X vV 5^ \V "VJv a We also mflriufiiciuix' tl Huc-st line of Candies, Ice Creams, Ices, Etc., at V'A' vrh This Is tt)8 Season rA roll. I of the Lukes :tnd retail. Write or Wire L's for any­ thing in our line. & & -£)&• •»v yk & vV -»»x n'/ /f* ft ,'V. ,"? vfr XV xV .V »V xV XV V/ XV xV »V •,» ^fx V}\ /,x /fx yjx Af*. Vfv VJx SjS Vjx A WHEN YOU BEGIN to think of ,it:ng ^bc tTatloreb /Hban Has an appearance his ready-made your home and beautify- ing the interior by new papering. |j£ Before making selections of goods for this work we ask your inspec- of our stock of Paints and Wall Paper, The Largest and Finest ou the Range. We carry the famous Minn­ esota Linseed Oil Co. Paints, the best in the world, and our etock of Wall Paper is complete in Style and Price, from 10 to 50 cents per WE CAN SUIT YOU IN QUALITY AND DEALER IN General Hardware, Paints, Oils, Etc. V!~Gli\!iA, MINN. PRICE. -t« 1* ,fc XV vfc vV 'tx "V* vj? ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 May 1900

'*, -i' I? «*'-V IIS^" $&>: 1^" "'r^T grf* ii-v. THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. CURN V*WVW' —Only ,f.),()(M),(H!() of British war bonds writ- secured by Americans. —Tin- German empire registers more than 1000 weddings a day. -Malta has a population of 170,000 Italians, against only 2000 Knglish. —Tin* Iron Mountain railroad pays $1200,000 a year in taxes in Arkansas. —The freightage of wood from Sydney to London is about (is per 100 superficial feet. —There are 344 eities and towns in New York state which have a public water supply. -Twenty-four men have each served twenty years and upward in the United States Stnate. —An Edinburgh professor says it is the •'morning drain" which is the curse of the country. —Ten thousand cabmen of Naples are on strike to prevent the introduction of auto-tabs in that city. —The United States sent $4,! 10,12!) I worth of silver direct to China during the fiscal year to February '2S. -I...

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. — 4 May 1900

,i ^spw^ r- A Mote's Tears "I Would Cry Every Time I Washed My Baby." "When he wns 3 months old, first fes­ ters and then large boils broke out on ni a y's k. The spread bnek until it be a ni a mass of rawt// flesh. When I a a dered him I would ery, re­ alizing what pain he was in. His pitiful wailing was heartrending. I had about given up hope of saving him when I was urged to give him Hood's Sarsaparilla, nil other treatment having failed. I washed the sores with Hood's Medicated Soap, applied Hood's Olive Ointment and gave him Hood's Snrsaparilla. The child seemed to get better every day, and very soon the change was quite noticeable. The discharge grew less, inflammation went down, the skin took on a healthy color, and the raw flesh began to scale over and a thin skin formed as the scales dropped off. Less than two bottles of llood's Sar saparilla, aided by Hood's Medicated Soap and Hood's Olive Ointment, accom­ plished this wonderful cure. I cannot praise these medicines half e...

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. — 4 May 1900

ftyt 2. 4 \i/ change. Deposits Virjiii: Gonova ,s K' •i* A •i Female Regulator The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. pases Irregularities. Obstructions «.nd Sup­ pressions. {2 a package yr 3 for -}5. Refuse substitutes. Sent anywhere prepaid on re­ ceipt of price and guaranteed by THE KIDD DRUG COMPANY. Retail by H. A. Soder«ren, SMOKERS: GROCERIES. I FANCY. I A most complete line of China, Croekery and Glassware. $ Courteous Treatment. Vrices Right \h .» 0 0 0 0 O. D. KINNEY, TRES. VIRGINIA, C. PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan Block, Minn is, j. v~, H. H. LIEN, --3 5 3-j Prop, Doctor Kivi.-h Tre:i niont for :i nil l'.iiv:e. fr th- posi­ tive cure Ni »i: I lit A. til.-t-t. I'll nut i: rul u:s-li r-r.'s. lii.'l.iuvn a ion. I-viiatiims anti I'loeruti- i! of the it ui'oiis ir.i iiil'fMnts. An inti-iTiii 1 r. lilt ily with injection combined, warranted to i-utv worst i-a-cs in one -el:. ?o per icUairc or for *5. Sent anywhere 011 reee: .t of ri.'r. Refuse chenp substitutes THE ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 May 1900

1P VOL. »,v xV xtv _xV '•X 'i* V* v» •iti- "f* sty /tt •ti 'A *3 2 9 & v=^ a "w 2 1 tX *-£. '4* /•X yy fJT tf 9 a -o wit* i::.- of Candies, Ice Cream: Ices, Etc., tir"1 II' :«.'l uf t}i• si* /fK 4*. sl\ ,•/ v, A VJTTJx xi*. ix WHEN YOU BEGIN to tliink of $$ repainting your liome and beautify- in? the interior by new papering. Before making selections of goods work mspec your tock of our sand IN SUIT UUALITY AND DEAJLEIi GeneraJ Hardware, Paints, Oils, Et Florist and oral r-t :11 11 r.-tj. and Write or Wire L's for any 1 thing in our line. ^4*. -*•*. %V Sf? Sf\ -f* -^fV "VJy 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. itoii ~w^ JOHN O'CONNOR Carries the Finest Line of a loHFS His Sample Boom is Neat and First Class in Every Respect And He Invites Your Patronage Bottle Trade a Specialty. Free Lunch Day and Night & & •$f$" Finest L...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 May 1900

fc! THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS?"] —There are seventeen Irish regiments at the front. —New Zealand's education is entirely secular and free. Krcm li Canadians almost entirely use home-grown tobacco. —Of tho :i7»M) Chinese in New Zealand only 2i are females. —The life of an Australian native rare­ ly exceeds ."• years. —Glasgow has about 80,000 of popu­ lation more than Liverpool. —Germany has thirty-six fewer bicycle factories than it had last year. —On a nursery at Brisbane "Water (here are nearly 100,001) exotic trees. In 1SOO there were 200 horses in Australia: in l!00 there are 2,000,000. —British locomotive firms have work on hand for twelve to eighteen mouths. Philadelphia has two doctors, a den­ tist and two druggists all named Slaugh­ ter. --More deaths are due in England to alcoholism than to diphtheria or typhoid lever. —There is an asparagus farm of "JOti aires near Charleston. It is a big moneymaker. It is sai...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 May 1900

That Tired Feeling Just as surely Indicates that the v. blood is lacking in vitality and the elements of health as does the T- most obstinate humor that the vital fluid is full of Impurities. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures that tired feeling by enriching and vi­ talizing the blood, creating a good appetite and invigorating every organ of the body. Hood's Sarsaparilla "I had that tired feeling all the time. Was as tired in the morning "when I rose as I was when 1 went to bed. I Took four bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and it made me feel like a new man. I could work hard and not feel tired." A. F. Charter, Creston, Iowa. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all drug­ gists. Get Hood's and only Hood's. A Useless Drink. Frederick Villiers, in his letter about Mapersfontein, relates this incident: Af­ ter the battle he came on some of the wounded enemy. "The Scandinavian in command had a bayonet thrust through his stomach and was dying. He signed to me that he was thirsty. I lifted him up and gave...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 May 1900

\l U) \4 life \i/ i#/ *1/ \& & •J2 C. PALMER, Barber! g, Cor. Right. 4* :i!0-t Vir.'iniy. Ladies Worry *Vo More. r\»- I Fine's r«--m Pans. is po. I S iv I I to to Genuine French ru the most stub Fpi-najp RocnnlptAr) burn eases of ii A O THE KIDD DRUG COMPANY. Retail by 11. A. Sod'Turen, Eltjin, 111. Viit,'inii, City Drugstore, Hibbinir, Dowlinp's T)ru^ store, Kveletb, \Virth & Hoyce, Duluth. 5-1-1001 SMOKERS: For a real good, reliable smoke try that celebrated HAVANA PLANTATION CIGAR, Manufactured from the Choicest Ilavaiia Tobacco grown. A strictly Union-Made Cigar. Manufactured by' JAEDECKEBROS. 1SHPEMING, MICHIGAN, For sale in first-class Hote ls, Drusr Stores estaurants atid Saloons. C:U1 for them. Old Made Young. iffn nmi Frciicli treatment tlmt is V11 liidliid P"-*'1tA^ v7^riintf',e?to ,riu'e IMPOi LNUY resulting lrotn indescretions or debility, gives vitality and vif?or to old and middle atceU. restoring the desires, ambitions^and aspirations of youth and health, ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 May 1900

xV x** '•X its. I I "?N xt» yt vS 'Jx it* xf* iii 'a ik 'K & -sJt •«t/ v» X.J* XV v? »v ~^v?" V" 'A •—^SXSSS WE C. x»* "SkX x»« xt« '•X x, iti /»X i'i Candies, ii Ices, Write or Wire Is 1 th:nw* in cur xfx v.V I la/" -il/ vtx »rc •x'y xV /P Ajy y^y^y^t'*•*- COAL or 4 ik'i \h I \4 (IV Vj* "*Jv -f». »,» *+•*. »'J» *i xjx ^jx ^jx ^x x,». *$*• Vj^ .•{*. IF 51 WHEN YOU BEGIN to think rj tv t* fr: 2*. V»J- F3 A Si »^2 »X 3 repainting your home and beautify- in?: the interior by new papering. Bf "fore making selections of goods for this work we ask your in spec- of our stock of Paints and Wall Paper Tin* Largest and Finest on the Kan We carry the famous Minn- e?ota Linseed Oil Co. Paints, rot best in the world, and our stock of Wall Paper is complete in Style an Price, fro in 10 to T0 per I. £J 1.^ and F"~5-R- MX!" V/. \J A Lil JL 2. •4 ^3E5V ^~r'3n tar«3 3 ^r. ^SSsi »L is *J an arrpearance "Ms ready-made brotlier ca: attain. You'll note it in £1 all the Fashionaijie Men who have their...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 May 1900

& pi A at- THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. —Many circus performers are horn to the circus many of them never have known another life. —The mortality in Home has been re­ duce il within a few years from 2," per 1000 to 1~ per 1000. —France consumes !)2.",000,000 galions of wine annually, equal to 24.25 gallons Icr capita of population. —Bordeaux liuys about -10,000,000 bar­ rel staves per year, all but 2,000,000 of which come from Austria. —Ancient Nineveh had its pottery, and. indeed, the museums teem with the pottery of all primitive peoples. —The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine has organized a second expedi­ tion to West Africa for the study of mil­ iaria. —Of the coal exported in one year from New South Wales to thirty different countries, inly seventy-two tons went to England. —Onialia Neb., is the third steer-killing place in the United States. Chicago anil Kansas City are greater killers than Omaha. —The board ...

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 May 1900

THE SUDD OF THE NILE. A Floating Mass Which Blockade* Channels and Impedes Navigation. In recent telegrams from Cairo there have been plentiful allusions to the "sudd." What the "sudd" is exactly it is probable that even that well-informed person, "the man in the street," does not know for certain. He has been heard to describe it in a non-committal way as "a kind of undergrowth." However, Maj. Peake and others of the Sirdar's officers are by this time well acquainted with its nature, since they have been occupied for months in clearing away this nuisance to navigation. The sudd appears to consist chiefly of floating masses of papyrus, grass and a soft-wooded tree called ambatch, and it has blocked the channels of the White Nilp from time immemorial. It was partly cut through in 1874, but in 1808 had collected again in vast quantities. A remedy was proposed in Mr. Willcock's report of last year, which was to plant willows and poplars so as to assist the formation of definite banks t...

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 May 1900

ii/ \& \& \l/ u* & $ ib \*j \& \& \l O. D. KINNEY, PRES. B. PRATT A N The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. Office in Sullivan Block, Virginia, Minn (Bern JSarbev GROCERIES. FANCY. A most complete line of China, Croekery and Glassware. Courteous Treatm ent. -35 fy ,ae ^ss OF oes change. Deposits M. C. PALMER. Attorney at Law. Bast Liquors & Gtioice Gicjurs- Ladies Worry Xo Jslore. Dr. Le Due's Genuine French euro t:,e most stub Fonuilp Rpm atnr born -i..ss of Irrc\£nilar t.i'S. Obstructions oi pres.iio^s. a pn/ki'Zf or for 5. substiiuw-s. r-e: anywhere prepaid SMOKERS: Manufactured from the Choicest Havana Tobacco sro-'-'n. A strictly Union-Made Cigar. Manufactured by' JAEDECKEBROS. ishpeminG Si /Wr ECEIVES DEPOSITS, issues Foreign and Domestic Ex 4. 1 Ii. LIEN, TV-2 v. Prop. 49 a First .-]•, in every 1VS1MVI Ilisl If fe9 ship L'i:nr- 0 %dS :'"teed. BaziIS. Virginia. Doctor Yourself- Gonova Fr.-neh Tie:'itniont for 111(1 Ft 111:1 !e. fir |v tier (MM'O Of GONORR...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 May 1900

5f/" 'W iki \k* \b & iti W ii/ iti \b ib Hit ib ib ito *3. D#*- imi 'k?** 5? BANK Deposits Office in Sullivan Block-, "Virginia, Minn (5cm •v *5* H. H. LIEN Prop ^Barber 1s 1 op. 0 A jj? First clsps in every respect, in Best Jg work ma n ship srnar anteed. Doctor Yourself (Innnvfl French Treatment for VI17UU Va jviale and Female, for the posi­ tive cure of GONORRHOEA, Gleet. Unnatu­ ral discharges. Inflammation. Irritations ar.d Ulcerations of the mucous membranes. An internal tnedy with injection combintc5, warranted to cure worst cases in one Ironwood House, Cor. Maple Street and R.R. Aye., Virginiy. 4* Ladies Worry No More. Hr I HUA'C From Paris. Is posi MJl I-.C l/UC tively warranted to Genuine French curc the most stub- Female Regulator pages. Irregularities, Obstructions ond Sup­ pressions. S3 a package or 3 for 85. Refuse substitutes. Sent anywhere prepaid on re­ ceipt of price and guaranteed by THE KIDD DRUG COMPANY, Retail by H. A. Sodergrren, {. Big in, III. Virginia, ...

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 June 1900

*S 1-llJIJ—I XV '•X xV xj^ y- XV ^1? ^•x 'V A X*/ .. -i XV xV VIRGINIA, «v _xV a" »v V/ ^4 'i- the Koad of tin Lakos r,\ E! .it wholestilr and retail. Write or Wire Us for any- ja thing in our line. COAL ~w^ ito & \1/ U/ I WHEN YOU BEGIN to think of repainting your home and beautify­ ing tlie interior by new papering. Before making selections of goods for this work we ask your inspec- of our stock of Paints and Wall Paper, The Largest and Finest on the Range. We carry the famous Minn­ esota Linseed Oil Co. Paints, the best in the world, and our stock of Wall Paper is complete in Style and Price, from 10 to 50 cents per WE CAN SUIT YOU IN QUALITY AND PRICE. .v*. DEALER IN General Hardware, Paints, Oil's, Etc. xv «V XV vy 7$*y+Kyi?xjTyjwj? rj?jx *. W. W. We also manufacture thy fliu'st lino of Candies, ice Creams, ce" Etc Funeral Designs of Every Description and Wedding" Boqueis a Specialty. Store in St. Has an appearance "His ready-made brother cannot attain. You'll note it in al...

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 June 1900

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. BRIEF NOUS OF the W 1 '1^ iain all hi life- •.H NOTABLES. —(Jeorge McLtan Harper. who nas been elected Holmes Professor of Belles Lett res in Prim eton, began writing as a reporter. O (Jiein's enormous fortune is invested witlrn a bundled feet of New York's city hall. I. it.- Fmistnii writes tlmt war seems to he agntiiiix witli him. since in spite t' ci nstant vit !uit exercise he steadily gain ug flesh. —"Whenever I have a controversy with a man in the !louse, it seems to tie my affections to him," .said Congressman Talln rt recently. 1'anlino Lucca, tile opera singer. wa ii in's'y hurt at Vienna recently ly a tall in the street, caused hy stepping" on a piece of nranc" peel. -('••I. lalg(tty. whose name is asso iati with the defense of Wepener, was born in lSt and saw active service in Smith Africa in ISiKi. —•I. F. Ilhodcs. the historian, was once a i-lorl in Senator Ilanna's firm in Cleve­ land. ami it was at Mr...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 June 1900

I:: A STRANGE THEORY. Evidences of Ancient Roman Sailors On the American Continent. A farmer named Van Ryu, in St. Croix county,, Wisconsin, says that he re­ cently unearthed a coin which lay be­ neath a ledge of rock 20 feet in thickness on Sand creek. It is of bronze, about the size of a silver dollar. One s:de bears ail image and superscription. The other side is much worn, so that little remains but the letters "S. P. Q. R." The theory is broached that the early French missionaries ami explorers would nave been unlikely to briujj with them «ld Roman coins, and that the discovery indicates that Roman snilors of the time when the coins were in circulation as money found their wav to this conti­ nent. wandered far inland and perished. There have been stories of similar finds in Indiana and other places in the Unit­ ed States.—New \ork Tribune. Very Fastidious. The Princess of Wales is said to be the most fastidious of. all royalties as re gnnls nor dross. Whatever is made for her t...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 June 1900

if 1 imit im "T r" FRUITS *1/ \b iti \to ib to iti hi 3r \4f 0. D. KINNEY, PRES. BANK change. Deposits C. PALMER, BEEF THAT MEETS WITH THE APPROVAL of competent Judges is the kind we offer to our customers. The flesh of no animal that has pass^ ed its third year is admitted within the store. The primest cuts of Beef come from the young steer, Juciness, tenderness and tastiness are combined. There's littie bone or waste The meat is well "marbled" fat and lean being in layers of right proportion. MESABA .MEAT MARKET. .M EAT MARK ET. 1 (5cm 7» First class 7? in every respect. StPliflto Frame Co. invites your attention to tlieir elegant line of Tinware and Glassware. All latest novelties in LIGHT HOUSE FURNISHINGS. AND VEGETABLES DAILY. CIGARS, PIPES AND TOBACCOS, finest stock on the range. Crayon Coupon Given FREE with Each 25 cent Purchase. BESLOW & MARCHETTf, Props., Next to Opera House Block. W. B. PRATT & The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES.! FANCY. A most complet...

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 June 1900

f& i' rf- T4' I li FRUITS ib ib ib xb ik O. D. KINNEY, PRES. Receives Jf C. PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan Block, Virginia, Minn BEEF THAT MEETS WITH THE APPROVAL of competent Judges is the kind we offer to our customers. The flesh of no animal that has pass ed its third' year is admitted within the store. The primest cuts of Beef come from the young steer, Juciness, tenderness and tastiness are combined. There's littie bone or waste- The meat is well "marbled" fat and lean being in layers of right proportion. MESABA .MEAT MARKET. I (Sent 'Call QLPhoio Frame Co. invites your attention to their elegant line of Tinware and H. H. LIEN, jjj First class Win every respect. 2 Best 'J workman sbip suar anteed. barber Sb6p •—vtessa. ANDY OLSON, Proprietors. First Class Board by «^JDay or Week._^£. Flae Bar In Connection. RI«bt Cor. Maple Strajfc and R. Ave Vlrginiy. Glassware. All latest novelties in LIGHT HOUSE FURNISHINGS, AND VEGETABLES DAILY. CIGARS, PIPES AND TOBACCOS, ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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