Newspaper Page Text
il /. ?r-H v/ Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns Re duced as Follows: fKJc Gowns, each for. 9Xc (iownH, each for I .Si 5 Gown a. each for 1.49 Gowns, each for 1 .H9 Gown, each for li.lifi Gowns, each for 2.49 Gowns, each for 40c 79c 1.00 1.20 1.36 1.80 2.00 Ladies' Muslin Underskirts Re duced as follows: 30c Skirt, each for 98c Skirt, each for.. 1.25 Skirt, each for Ask any Businesswoman who has once used Moore's Non-Leakable Fountain Pen 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 can drop it into my pocket-" "Leak?" "Never it can't. It's air-tight and ink-tight." "It's a convenient size—4% inches long when closed." "It's 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 Store WW WWWW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW/WW--' ~fWA A. REID and COMPANY GREAT MUSLIM UNDERWEAR SALE! This midsummer sale which means moch to the ladies of Virginia Includes our entire line of Muslin Underwear The high standard of otir garments are well known, and combined with our small profit system and a uniform cot of 20 Per Cent Off on every item is quite a money maker SATURDAY, JULY 17TH, Until SATURDAY, JULY Midsummer Sale of Linen and Cotton Dresses. 3 piece Suits, 2 piece Suite and Princess Dresaes, in white and colors the newest creations of the season at ONE-HALF PRICE Ladies' Muslin Drawers Reduced as follows: 29c Drawers for 50c Drawers for 79c Drawers for 85c Drawers for 1.25 Drawers for 40c 79c 1.00 3.49, 3.98 and 4.98, equally reduced. Ladies' Hats The last call of the season. You know their value. Our clean up price 98 CENTS EACH A. REID and COMPANY For the finest cigars in the city go to Lusk's Billiard Hall. FOR RENT.—Large room, suitable for gentleman. 201 Hemlock St. T* H. FLEMING, licensed embalm er and undertaker. Call phone 170K2 When you wanta smoke remember you can get the finest at Lusk's Bil liard Hall. Send vour clothes to Garber Bros., clothes cleaners, 214 Central Ave. Phone 40. T. E. OKERSTROM, builder, stone brick cement, wood, etc., etc., work. 123 Hickory St., Virginia. l-l-'09. For Coal and Wood call up Vir ginia Transfer & Dray Line. J. W. MURPHY,Prop. Phone 105-2 Pure ice cream, finest in the market, at the Star Bakery, Soder gren Block. Attentive waiters, good service. 6-25 tt. Don't forget the Saturday after noon matinee for ladies and child ren at the Orpheum. Show starts at 3 o'clock. Admission 5 and 10c. 13tf WANTED.—All newly married cou ples going to housekeeping to call and see our handsome line of Rich ardson's Superlative Carpets, Rugs, Curtains and Linoleums. Virginia Store Company. 98c Chemise for 24c .40c 64c 68c 1.00 Picture framing done neatly and promptly at H. S. Gillespie's, 421 Maple St. Mrs. Robert Garvey and daughter, of Ashland, spend several weeks with Mr. Garvey in this city. Miss Steuer returned to her home at Hibbing yesterday, after a visit of several days with friends in the city. Mrs. H. Burchell and children left on Monday for an extended visit with relatives and friends in Wau shara county, Wisconsin. F. B. Rossom went to Duluth Monday, taking his little son Hart ley to St. Mary's Hospital, where he underwent a successful operation. Rev. Father Hogan, formerly pas* tor of Our Lady of Lonrdes church in this city but now located at East Grand Forks, was a visitor to Proc tor on Monday. The ladies of Lincoln Camp, R. N. A., will give an ice cream social at the home of Mrs. Webber, 601 Hick ory street, on Tuesday afternoon next, nly 20, from 2 to 5 o'clock. A cordial invitation ia extended. 24 Ladies' Chemise Reduced as Fol lows: 79c 1.25 Chemise AA for l.UU 1.75 Chemise -a a(\ for 1.4U Equal reductions on higher grades. Ladies' Corset Covers Reduced as Follows: 35c Corset Cover, each 28c 50c Corset Cover, each 40C 79c Corset Cover, each 64c 98c Corset Cover, each for 1.25 Corset Cover, each for Miss Inga Johnson left Monday for a visit of several weeks with friends in Montana. Mrs. D. T. Collins and Mrs. Jessie Wright were the guests of Duluth friends over Sunday. MisBes Nellie and Julia Mahoney left Tuesday for a lake trip to De troit and Lake Erie ports. 7yc AA l.UU WANTED TO RENT.—A six or seven room house. A. Trotter, Virginia. FOR RENT.— A large front room furnished. Call at 201 Hemlock St Mr. and Mrs. B. Levin were Duluth visitors on Friday last. Dress-making. 206 Birch street MRS. E. SHOOK. Miss Louise Hicks was the guest of Duluth friends Monday and Tues day. Mayor Hawkinson attended to business matters in Duluth Friday and Saturday. For high grade work call Garber Bros., clothes cleaners. 214 Central Ave. 'Phone 40. Miss Harriet Davison, of the Em porium Millinery, returned Sunday from a trio to Duluth and the Twin Cities. Judge Carey was a Hibbing visit or Monday, doing the honore in the Hibbing-Ironwood ball game on that date. Erick Hanson, proprietor of the Hanson Buffet, left Monday for visit of several weeks with friends in New York City. A handsome new line of picture moulding just received at H. S. Gillespiie's, 421 Maple St. Framing neatly and promptly done. Mrs. Chas. Sarff and daughter, Miss Jeanette, have returned from an extended visit witb relatives and frienda at southern Minnesota point*. hm*m Exchange Bank VIRGINIA, Capital 50,000 A All Lines of Insurance and Bonds. Safety Deposit Boxes. 1 A 9 W.H.COLE, President G. A. WHITMAN, V. Pre* D. W. STEBBINS, Cashier. I S. M. PARKS, Asst. Cashier gonaty Depository ©©©©©©©©©©©©e William Rooney was a Duluth visitor Monday. E. J. O'Rourke and Jacob Stein were up from Duluth yesterday. An elegant line of fine cigars and tobaccos at Lusk's Billiard Hall. WANTED.—A good girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. W. A.Reeves. Mesaba Meat Market. The Busy Bee Little Girls Society will meet Saturdry alternon July 24, with Violet Burley. F. G. Harris, solicitor and report er on the Chisholto Tribune, was a Virginia visitor over Sunday. John Nelson left Monday for a trip to Hot Springs, Ark., in the hope of benefitting his health. A party of Canadian Northern of ficials were down on Saturday and Sunday, going through to Duluth. D. N. McKenzie, local agent of the Fitger Brewing Co., attended to business matters in Duluth the fore part of the week. J. Mesberg and H. O. Johnson left yesterday for a trip to Brainerd, for the purpose of looking after some promising Cuyuna range prospects. S. A. Parks, assistant cashier of the American Exchange Bank, left Saturday for a summer vacation visit with friends in the Twin Cities. Mr. and Mrs. James Lavick rejoice over the birth of a son at their home yesterday morning. And Jim is stepping high and handsome, you bet. Miss Zora Fiandt left Saturday for a trip to the Seattle exposition, intending to join a party of friends at Jamestown, N. D., with whom she will make the trip. Wm. Swendby returned Saturday from Jordon, Minn., where he ac companied John Dailey, who will take a course of treatment for rheumatism at the spring baths. Do you want to buy a house or lot? We buy and sell, see us. VIRGINIA LAND CO., Over First Nat'l Bank. O. •. Poirier, Sec'y. Mrs. M. McCarthy returned Thurs day from an extended visit at her old home at Des Moines, Iowa, where she had been called by the serious illness of her father, who is slightly improved. Thomas Grogan, who recently returned here from Hibbing, where he has been playing ball this season, was called to Milwaukee Sunday by news of the serious ill ness of his mother. Matt Derosia was a Duluth visitor the first of the week, meeting Mrs, Derosia and little daughter in the Zenith City Tuesday upon their re turn from a visit with relatives and friends at Browerville, Minn. Mrs. D. D. Spence, of Islay, On tario, Canada, who has been visit ing at the home of her brother, J. A. Kennedy, for several weeks past, left yesterday for home. Mrs. Ken nedy accompanied her as far as Du luth. Mrs. Richard Doran and sister, Mrs. McEachin, of Mahoning, left Tuesday for a lake trip and a visit with their parents at Baraga, Mich. They were accompanied by Miss Marion Sullivan, who visits relatives at that point. George D. McCarthy, who has act ed in the capacity of editor of the Virginian for several months past, left Saturday for Duluth, where he again accepts a position on the re portorial staff of the Evening Her ald.. Mr. McCarthy is a bright young man who will make his way felt in the world. ••MI II MI I ii ii Mesaba Avenue Meat Market. SIS MIUBA AVK. t. Strictly independent meat market, and nothing but the best fresh and salt meats handled. JOHN WIRKUS, Prop. iiiiimiiinnn»iiutf VIRGINIA LAND tiki MATTSON-T WANTED.—A trustworthy position by a competent, well educated man. Address this office, B. F. Joslyn. ROOMS TO RENT. Furnished rooms. Heat, light, bath. 508 Wil low St. 4-23tf E. DORSETT. A. E. Shipley, assistant cashier at the Firat National, left Sunday tora visit of several weeks with his par ents at North Yakima, Wash. Do you want to buy a house or lot? We buy and sell, see us. At the Minnesota Dry Goods Co. I— Clearance Sale I Remnants she can. Skirts sold as high as $12.90 ror!.bfso'd. $2.75 Ladi".'Ta"oredSui" Seven Room House on Cedar Street, Hardwood floors throughout 2 lots. Best location in city. PRICE, $2,800 STEIN AND O'ROURKI BLK. Co., Over First Nat'l Bank. O. A. Poirier, Sec'y. A. N. Thompson, local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., has moved into hia fine new building on Central avenue, where he is now setled. The new block is 20x65, solid brick. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Parmelee left yeaterday tor their home at Iron Mountain, Mich., after an extended visit in the city as guests of their daughters, Mrs. C. C. Butler and Mrs. F. C. Whiting. Alfred Burke, formerly of this city but now in business at Bemidji, waa in the city Friday last, calling on former friends. Mr. Burke says Virginia looks good to him from a business standpoint. "Dad" Dean, representing the Pey ton Paper Co., Duluth, called on the trade here the first of the week. "Dad" reports a flourishing business at all range pointa—but of courae does the best business in Virginia. I have juat received a big stock of nobby hat pins, direct from factory, which I am selling at 50c. and 75c, each. The former prices on these pins have been from $1.50 to $4XX). See them. P. SAVOLAINEN, Enterprise Block. A post card from O. E. Motlan, who with his family spends a fort night with relatives and friends at Franklin, Minn., would indicate that a pleasant time is being enjoyed. Franklin is on the banks of the beautiful Minnesota River, and Mr. Moilan writes that since his arrival a bus line haa been put on between the town and river for the purpose of hauling the fish catch of his party. He expects to return to Vir ginia the coming week. Virginia Finnish Hardware SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE Doors, Windors and Farming Implements. M. J. Lofbacka, Mngr. Milavetz Blk, Mesaba Ave. Hgjggj of Dress Goods of all description begins TO-DAY^ and wffl continue ALL WEEK. Here is a chance for the thrifty housewife: Over 2000 yards of Remnants of all kinds, Dress goods, new and? up-to-date goods only including silks. Some of these Remnants are large enough for a full dress. Every ft piece is marked to sell at less than cost. The lot is so ft varied that we can't quote prices. See the goods onij£ ft the Remnant table. The wise woman will buy all the On the second floor we have on the bargain counter all of this season's Odds and Ends of ready-to-wear^ garments of all description. 4 Jackets that are sold as high as 98.00 will be $9 sold for.... JUST HALF PRICE Jjj You will find everything on this bargain counter,^ Coats, Skirts, Waists and practically all other lines. Join the sale at reductions from 25 to 60 per cent.? Millinery at Half Price. Choose any Hat in our stock 5 pay just Half. Minnesota Dry Goods Co. People's One Price Store. II HURSTON AGENCY VMQINIA, MINN. WILD STRAWBERRIES, BLUEBER RIES.—Get off train at Lake Junction. Pick west, stopping at Sand Lake over night. Row, fish and swim, and return on local freight next noon, or drive team or automobile from Virginia. 7-lfltf Do you want to buy a house or lot? We buy and sell, see us. VIRGINIA LAND CO., Over First Nat'l Bank. O. A. Poirier. Sec'y. Everything fresh every day at the Star Bakery retail establishment in the Sodergren Block. Finest bakery gooda and an elegant aaaortment of confectionery as well as ice cream, the purest made. 6*25 tf. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Niles, of Du luth, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Thayer the first of the week. Mrs. Niles is a sister of Chief Thayer, and while living in Duluth for several years this is the first trip to the ranges. C. C. Butler is again a candidate for Director of the Independent School District of Virginis, Minn. Mr. Butler has served the District honestly and efficiently and every voter that haa an interest in the welfare of our achool ahould aee that he is re-elected. w. Patronize Home Industry Smoke the,Three Star or Wfr Cigar. Made in Virginia by Otto ML Schttlg. For sale by all dealers. Call for tt. tf. Herman Rintala left Monday for an extended viait to his former home in Finland, expecting to be gone throughout the autumn months. He says he may decide to remain on the other side, bnt we believe the advantagea of life on the range will appeal to him and bring him back. 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 beat values at the Min nesota Candy Kitchen. Take a box home with ybu. Minnesota Candy Kitchen, two doors west of the post office. 0. Grindereng ARCHITECT Milavets Block, Meaaba Ave. Plana and Specifications and Estimates Furnished. PHONE 140.