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Ask any Business Woman who
has once used
why she prefers it above all
others and in all probability
she'll give you a dozen reasons
—it has so many merits.
"Why," she'll begn. "I cau
drop it into my pocket
"Never it can't. It's air
"It's a convenient size-4^
inches long: when closed."
"lt'« clean—to hand'e—never
soils the fingers. But I could
not begin to recite all its
virtues. There's no pen that
can compare with it in any
respect." See for yourself
We have all the various styles
From $2.50 to $45.00
Sodergren's Drag I
The Virginia Transfer
ii# and Oray Line,
Heavy & Light
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Suits and Coats
choice of any suit or
coat In the house at
jjj COAL and WOOD
OFFICE: Enterprise Block
S J. W. MURPHY
What is Your Best Cash
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it Sec. 21, and the N^ of the &
2 NW& and the SWU of the
7 NWJ4 of Sec. 28 in Township
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5 paincipal meridan in Min
Vi nesota, containing 160 acres J?
located 18 miles south from
Virginia, Minn, and 2 miles
7, south of Kelsey on the Duluth, &
A* Missabe &. Northern Railway, tt
and designated by homestead
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tion 10323 of the register of the &
5 land office at Duluth, Minn.
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For Lot 7 in Block 32 on &
$ Central A venue, Virginia Min
$? nesota, and registered by the
number 1101 in the Book 52 of
Deeds on page 631? Address
jj EARNEST SPONGBERG,
Great 1-2 Price Sale
For the finest cigars in the city go
to Lusk's Billiard Hall.
HOUSE FOH KENT.—Inquire 412
Walnut St. L. C. VAN FLEET, tf.
John Nelson was a business visit
or to Duluth the first of the week.
When you want a smoke remember
you can get the finest at Lusk's Bil
For high grade work call Garber
BroB., clothes cleaners, 214 Central
Ave. 'Phone 40.
J. W. Lusk returned Thursday
evening troin a Christinas visit with
relatives and friends in Chicago and
at South Bend, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Matheson return
ed Sundtty evening from a Holiday
visit with relatives and friends at
Port Huron, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. John Costin, Jr., re
turned Tuesday from Minneapolis,
where they had been spending the
Holidays with friends.
Don't fail to see the Passion Play,
3200 feet of canvas, beautiful colored
pictures, at the Bijou Thursday, Fri
day,Saturday and Sunday evenings.
A twelve pound daughter made a
New Years call at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Williams on Monday.
And Lee says she may stop until
nother New Years, anyway.
Mr. and Mrs. O Harold Griggs re
turned Wednesday evening from
Beaver Dain, Wis., where they had
spent the Holidays as guests at the
home of Mrs. Griggs' parents.
Leslie Reid, who attends dental
college at Iowa City, Ja., returned
to his school duties Monday after
spending the Holiday vacation with
his parents and friends iu this city*
Ernie Metcalfe, foreman of the
Rveleth News, was a Sunday guest
at the home of his grand parents in
this city, and took occasion to drop
in at the Enterprise sanctum for a
John Landrigan, of Virginia, took
Christmas dinner with his BOD here
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Jones. He departed Sunday eve
ning for Superior, accompanied by
hie son, to visit relatives there.—Two
Harbors Iron News.
Once you try, you'll always buy
fine home candies a box for wifey,
or is it for the children or a sweet
heart? No matter who it is for or
what quality you wish to buy you
can get the best values at the Min
nesota Candy Kitchen. Take a box
home with you. Minnesota Candy
Kitchen, two doors west of the post
YOUNG SING, Prop.
Formerly New England Hotel
Fine Furnished Rooms in Con
Open Day and Night
First-Class Service in Every
Commencing Jan. 11th.
Hi!! St Ackerman
Nonsense and Second Siuht
DRESSMAKING, 419 Walnut street.
h. G. Hush was a btisiness visitor
to Duluth Tuesday.
An elegant line of fine cigars and
tobaccos at Lusk's Billiard Hall.
J. H. FLEMING, licensed embalm
erand undertaker. Call phone 244L1
Furnished rooms (two) for rent.
203 North Wyoming Ave. 2w.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Holmer were
Duluth and Twin City visitors the
first of the week.
Miss Bertha Smith spent New
Year's day as the guest of Miss Eva
Bailey at Kelley Lak*.
S. A. Reid held the lucky number,
554, that won the $5.00 gold coin at
the Bijo'i Wednesday night.
J. E. OKEKSTROM, builder, stone,
brick cement, wood, etc., etc., work.
123 Hickory St., Virginia. l-l-'09.
Miss Edna O'Leary, of Chicago,
spends the week in the city as the'
guest of her brother, J. M. O'Leary.
Miss Louise Hicks returned Tues
day from Duluth, where she had
been spending the Holidays with
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Soc
iety will meet with Mis. Edward N
Simons on Wednesday afternoon
next, January 13th.
Superintendent Heudricks, of the
Consumers Ore Company, attended
to business matters in Duluth on
Monday and Tuesday.
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Soc
iety will conduct a baked food sale
at the McMillan Grocery Store on
Saturday, January lttth.
Mrs. E. D. Parmelee, of Iron
Mountain, Mich., who had been
spending the Holiday season with
relatives and friends in the city, re
turned home on Saturday.
Richard Wesley, formerly of this
city but for some time past employ
ed at Eveleth, died of Bright's dis
ease on Tuesday. The remains were
shipped to his former home at
Rhinelander, Wis., for interment.
Many Virginia friends regret to
learn of his demise.
The Charter Commission will
meet at the city hall this evening,
and take up the work of remodeling
the laws to suit the community, it
is likely the commission will in
future hold two or three meetings
weekly until the charter is ready to
be placed before the voters for their
approval or disapproval.
A All Lines of Insurance a
and Bonds. Safety
VV. H. COLE, President
G. A. WHITMAN V. Pres
D. W. STEBBINS, Cashier.
0 S. M. PARKS, AaBt. Cashier
9 County Depository
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dorway were
Duluth visitors the last ot the week.
William Rooney attended to busi
ness matters at the county seat on
Mrs. C. T. Fairbairn, of Duluth, is
the guest of Virginia friends dur
ing the week.
H. E. Litman took in Duluth and
the Twin Cities during the week,
returning last evening.
$5.00gold coin given away at the
Bijou every Wednesday night at
the conclusion of the first show.
Piano player and cornet or clari
onet player wanted. 221 Chestnut
street. WN. MONAHAX.
For Coal and Wood call up Vir
ginia Transfer & Dray Line.
J. W. MURPHY, Prop. Phone 105-2
Mrs. Joseph G. Watt returned yes
terday from Minneapolis, where she
had been spending the Holidays
The Passion Play, the birth, lift*
and crucifixion of Christ, at the
Bijou Thursday, Friday, Saturday
The M. E. Ladies' Aid will meet
on Wednesday afternoon next, Jan
uary 13th, at the home of Mrs. Capt.
Gill, east Chestnut street.
Mrs. B. Vinson, of Two Harbors,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Nels
J. Coffman, being called here by the
serious illness of Mr.Coffman.
John Conners left Wednesday for
Rhinelander, Wis., to which point
he accompanied the body of Rich
ard Wesley, of Eveleth, whose death
occurred on the previous day.
ist in diagnosing
defects of the eyes and fitting glasses
will make his next professional
visit to Virginia the 20th and 21st.
Office at Hotel Fay. Artificial eyes
J. P. Chalmers was a Duluth vis
itor yesterday, making arrange
ments to take the local agency of
the Peerless Laundry, for which
Irving Logan has been Virginia
representative in the past. He re
turned home on the Winnipeg Flyer.
Ross Crane, the noted cartoonist,
will be the next attraction of the
Lyceum course at the Roosevelt
Auditorium, on Monday evening
next, January 11th. Mr. Crane is
recognized as the peer of any in his
line, and none should miss this
number of the course.
Louis C. Jackson has been a Du
1 nth visitor during the week, attend
ing to business matters in conneq
tion with his mining business in
68-18 It is understood the company
with which Mr. Jackson is allied
has been made an offer of several
thousand dollars of a bonus for an
option on a 35 cent royalty basis.
Dan LeBeau, who runs shovel at
the Hill mine at Marble, in the
Snowball Lake district, was in the
city Saturday and dropped in tor a
pleasant chat with the old man of
the Finterprise. Mr. LeBeau says
the Hill, when developed, will be
the biggest mine on the entire
range, and that the new town of
Marble is destined to be a hummer,
being surrounded by enormous ore
bodies. The work of the steel cor
poration in the Marble district is
under the supervision of John C.
Green way, of Coleraine.
H. Berglund, of Cloquet, is in the
city today in the interest of the
Keweenaw Western Developmeut
Association, of which he is vice
president. This company owns 160
acres of highly mineralized lands
in Pine county on which three well
defined copper veins have been
proven, and on which work is pro
greasing at the present time. The
company is capitalized at $1,000,000,
and Mr. Berglund has arranged
with Martin Nelson to act as local
representative. Samples taken from
the property by Mr. Berglund with
in a week are now on exhibition at
the office of F. B. Rossom, in the
el a if
would seek a paying investment it
will be to your interest to look into
the opportunity at thiatime before
the raise in stock vales.
A Small Purchase
of our candy alwavs results in a
bigger one next time. Nobody
who tastes our candy is ever
satisfied with a little box the
Even a Little of Our Candy
is better than none at all. Indeed
it is much better than a whole
lot of the common kind. So come
in for any quantity you like. If
you cannot buy much buy as
much as you can. You*H enjoy
Virginia Candy Kitchen
CANELAKE BROS.. PftOPS.
Send your clothes to Garber Bros.,
clothes cleaners, 214 Central Ave.
Victor Soderstrom attended to
business matters at the county seat
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Nichols, of
Buhl, were guests at the home of
SupU and Mrs. C. E. Hendricks over
W. J. Schultze went to Duluth
Thursday,spending New Years with
his family, who visit at the home of
Capt. and Mrs. Fay.
Eric Hanson has leased the Rin
nert building formerly occupied by
J. P. Chalmers, and has opened a
new saloon therein.
William Monahan. a teacher of
violin, lias accepted a position in
the city and will shortly organize
an orchestra here. Mr. Monahan is
a fine player and teacher, and ad
vertises in this issue of the Enter
prise for a cornet or clarionet play
L. M. Osborn, who had been spend
ing the Holidays at his Mankato
home, returned to the city Tuesday.
Mr. Osborn is an enthusiast on the
subject of municipal beatification,
and during his absence sent many
post-card scenes to his friends of
the beautiful street views of his
Do you want the finest when buy
ing your winter suit or overcoat?
If so you will not forget N. A. Hol
mer, the merchant tailor, whose
sto of suitings and overcoat pat
terns is replete with the finest the
market affords. His prices are al
ways right, he keeps in touch with
the latest styles, and his work al
ways gives satisfaction.
We knew there was something
pleasing G. I. Williams Sunday noon
as he came across the street to greet
us, and could scarce blame him for
carrying the smile that refused to
come off when he informed us that
a boy had filed an appearance at
his home early that morning. And
following the time-honored tradi
tion we smoked to the long life and
good health of the youngster.
C. V. Younger, for some time past
head clerk at B. Levin's, left on Sun
day for Janesville, Wis., where he
will obtain a line of samples from
the Lewis Knitting Co., for whom
he will go on the road, his territory
including Minnesota, the Dakotas
and Iowa. Charley made many
friends in Virginia during his stay
here, and he will always be welcom
ed back when his travels bring him
It is told that one of our promin
ent young mining men perfects ar
rangements to engage in the show
business, and that he has already
purchased a pair of Jacobeon's
famous danting girls as the first
instalment of his equipment. Added
to this attraction will bean exempli
fication of how to draw blood from
a turnip and other features of won
drous amazement which cannot
avoid being drawing cards. It is
stated the show will be put on in
Duluth early the present month.
A. E. Bickford
all oar made
And did you fall off the water
St. Paul's Guild will meet on Wed
nesday afternoon next with: Mrs. W.
H. Eaton, Walnut, ntreet.
Frank Litman, of The Bell Cloth
ing Store, left Sunday for. a busi
ness trip to the Twin Cities, where
he purchases additional stock for
the winter and spring trade.
Frank Siebert, one of the pros
perous agriculturalists who believe
in the eventual worth of this north
section as a farm community, was
in from his place north of Mount
Iron Saturday. Mr. Siebert has a
fine piece of land and is doing nice
ly in the hayseed line. In addition
to his holdings in this section Mr.
Siebert has also invested in Texas
realty, and will have a fine fruit
orchard in the south in another
year or two, planting the land to
figs and oranges.
Scandinavian Mission Church.
Next Sunday the Sunday SchooF
meets at 9:45 a. m. Rev. P. B. Wel
lander will preach at 11:00 o'clock in
the morning and 7:30 in the evening.
Next week special services will be
held every evening except on Mon
day. At these meetings Rev. P.
Lindh of Winnipeg, Canada, and
Mr. Fred Wallbom o£ Minneapolis
will preach. On Saturday evening
this week refreshments will be
served in the church after a short
meeting which commences at 8
o'clock. All are invited to come and
spend a pleasant evening.
Norwegian M. E. Church.
Services Sunday next as follows:
Preaching at 10:30 a. m., Sunday
School at 12:00 noon, Preaching at
7:30 o'clock p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday eve
ning at 8:00 o'clock, instead of
A hearty welcome to all.
M. L. OLSON, Pastor.
M. E. Church.
Morning services at 10:30. Subject,
"How Disposition Conquer* En
Evening services at 7:30. Subject,
"Songs in the Night."
The public is cordially invited to
Watch for the big
at the Minnesota Dry Goods Co.
F. G. CLARK, Pastor.
Alumni Defeated, 24 to 9.
The Basket Ball game between
the High School basket ball te am
and the Alumni, at the John&on
School gymnasium on New Yeaj's
afternoon resulted in a t»core of 24= to
9 in favor of the High School teaj
United Norwegian Lutheran Church.
Services Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and
7:43 p. m. The confirmation cl we
meet everv Saturday at 2:00 p. m. at
the parsonage. The Ladies' /lid
Society will meet January 13th -w itfa
Mrs. B. Iverson.
Divine worship, with serin on by
the pastor, at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday School at noon. C. E
at 6:45. Midweek worship and Bi ble
Study, Thursday evening at ',f:30
Si. PfcuTs Church
Next Sunday at St. Paul'* Chu rch
there will be- divine service at 7:30
p.m. Evening prayer wilK be ssaid
and the aectoe will preach- All v**
Garments will be on^
and Some for LESS.
We will give you great bargains in our Dress Goods De
partment. We will have hundreds of Remnants, some of
which there is enough for a Waist, a Skirt or a Suit, and
for Children's Dresses.
We have very liberal reductions on Waists and Children's
jj* Clothing and on a good many other lines. Come to our
store if you want to save money.
Minnesota Dry Goods Co,
PEOPLE'S ONE PRICE STORE.
It was the first watch
made in America—brought out in
1842. It proved itself the finest
practical pocket watch.
It is today the only truly fine
the first thin-model American
watch guaranteed to keep time—
kind of time.
The HOWARD is the only watch told at an
mbiolutely fixed price—from S35.00 to $150.00—
printed price ticket attached at the factory.
When you buy
you get tome-
are distributor* for this distinctive watch.
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Our choice (Cigars, and so
wilB you after tiying the first
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fawn the choicest Havana
toih&ccos, and are of surpass
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