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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 September 1893

rV, ft t' SSK.i*,*- fate Warren Shear J\ P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Olficial Paptrof Marshall County. Tbutsdqy, Seta, a&ft. tkt. GAS has been discovered while bor ing for nn artesian well near Ste phen. It ought, to be bottled up and placed on exhibition at the county fair. THIS Supreme Court" of the United States will be able to blow its own horn after this. The president has appointed a Mr. Hornblower to be associate justice. SENATOR Stewart has offered a resolution arraigning president Cleveland for violating the constitu tion in seeking to influence the legis lative department of the govern ment, WORKWOMEN representing the 12,- 000 sheet and plate rollewa appeared before the Committee on Ways and Means to protest against any reduc tion of the duties on those articles. Two-thirds of those they represent were now idle, and all would be if the duties were taken off. CAPT. A. C. RHINEHAnT, of Polk county, has been awarded the con tract for the drainage work to be done on...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 October 1893

0 "1-k i i2 Volume XIII. Home and County News Whitney leads in low pi-iocs. Mrs. W. Gilbert hns been taken sick with typhoid fever. M. Ryan of Argyle started for the World's Fair last Thursday. Miss Ida Munson has been en gaged to teach a term of school in Foldahl. Miss M. Humphrey took her departure Monday for Chicago to visit the Fair. The welcome rain came Satur day night and on Sunday rendering the soil in good condition for plow: ing. County Superintendent Nelson reports the arrival of a boy at his home in New Solum, on Monday, Sept. 25th. The Marshall County'Xeiuler last week published the premium list of the county fair to be held in,-Ste- phen, Oct. 12 and 13. Mrs. Hugh MeManus had the misfortune to break her left forearm, ii little above the wrist, OH Monday. She slipped and fell on the wet steps with above painful result. A social gathering of the Senior L. T. L. will be held at the homo of Mrs. Hull Friday evening, Oct. G. All members, or any who intend to join, are cordi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 October 1893

'I ^M L "W S $ f^j*h.* Joitv MAITSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN, I MINN. FROM Boston comes the news that an aged spinster named Mary Wales has departed this life, leaving 88,000 to her tat Otto. Thus more currency is locked np from circulation. THIS is the era of organization, piven the moonshiners of Georgia have an association for the protection of illicit distilling and the encouragement of the manufacture of lunar whisky.^ B\ the doctrine of averages we ought to have few disasters and easy times in the financial world for several years to come The calamity list by land and sea has kept pace with the disaster record in commerce, finance and in dustry, and both have been abnormally large during the year 1898. To niK average American woman it is rather startling to hear Brigham Young's thst v. ife described as a gentle oman, with face free from care, and kindly gray eyes. She is now seventy- t\\ years old, and is gracious and dig nified in her manner. This must prove that Mrs. Young ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 October 1893

nr i ^ETT^IAMOS HAVE TONE, rERFECT fSSJW i AliilAJLJUl AND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 0 YEARS* SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. IheGoraettPianoCo.,8^ BOSTON CHESTWEICHT FOR YOUR HOME. Send Stamp %t Illustrated Frtoo Lilt. TheSchumacherGymnasium Co. 5 WANTE LIVE AGENTS In every town in each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Forksthes goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the prices of solid sterling silver. The goods are sold by agents only and warrant them to stand the test o"A years or refund the money, guarantee will go with each dozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputation of making he best goods on the market. Samples sent on recieptofss cents, for which will for ward you our prices and di s count to agents. Agenta make from 10 to 35 dollars per day. .ADDRESS- TueDpson&HartCo. I Unioircille, Conn. I LIGHT. I 5TRONQ. CAVEATS...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 October 1893

1 f\ a IK Warren ShzaP J.P.MATTSON, i 1 Editor ^nd Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, Oct. $tb, 18934 A TUG of war between a steam lo comotive and an electric locomotive at the World's Fair grounds result ed in a victory for steam power, IN consideration of a contribution of $50,000 to the democratic cam paign fund last fall, Van Alen has been appointed by Cleveland to the Italian mission. THE Staples World for last week was a "boom" issue, filled with choice descriptive matter of its city and county-a credit to ite publish er, Bro. Draws. THE Mayor of Minneapolis has re voked the license of a saloon keeper who had sold liquor to two men who were drunk, thereby causing a mur der. Ft is violating the law to sell liquor to a person who is drunk, and a couple Warren saloon keepers ought to have their licenses revoked for defiantly disobeying the law in this respect. A Horrible dm. The most frightful accident that has ever happened in this section of the country oc...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 October 1893

Hiy 1 ti Home and County News Whitney loads in low prices. Miss Ida White, of Angus visited friends in town Tuesday. Abel llnrborg took his depart ure for the World's Fair on Satur day last. WANTED: A girl for general housework. Apply at the residence of W. B. Walter. Miss Lizzie Case and Miss Mog gie Lough ridge departed for Chicago on Monday to do the World's Fair together. A good advice, gratuitously given: Subscribe for the WARREN SHEAFonly $1.00 from now to Jan. 1, 1895. Walter Hudson, who has been teaching school in the eastern part of the county returned to the city this week. Service will bo held in the Nor wegian Lutheran church next Sun day at 11 o'clock, a. in., by Rev. N. A. Stnbkrer, of Piano, 111.. The Indies of the M. E. church will servo a game dinner, 6 o'clock. Friday evening, Oct. 13, at Sloe's ball. Dinner 2o cents. Grand Forks College begins the school year next Monday, and pres ident (irindelnnd is booked for an address on that occasion. NelsC. Hasted, one of o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 October 1893

i ft'l I S 4 JOHN- P. MAIISON, Editor and Prop. WARREN] MINN. SOMR mathematical crank has figured out that in Tyo.000 years hence our sum mer months ill be December, January and February. might have broken it more gently. THE Yfiinois' Central has posted a standing reward,of $S0O to every man who assists in killing or capturing a train robber. That sounds like busi ness and is vi orthy of imitation. A HOBOKKX woman's husband re marked testily thai he "wouldn't give two cents for her way of cooking," and she has made it the basis of a suit for divorce. Some women are entirely two cents-ative. TUKBE is one good argument in favor of the union of the states of Central and South America in one great republic. Instead of a constant succession of petty revolutions there wquld be a big one every now and then, followed by a pe riod of profound peace. 1 ISH you ould state i the most emphatic language," said the Brazilian minister to a Washington 1 eporter the other day, **that whatever may be...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 October 1893

viJk i T| HAVE PERFECT 1 "it r^" '^J-J^^I^'Y^'^ "^Jg TONE, ACTION. FRAME WORK, A ND FINISH A ND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 8 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. IheComttPianoCo.,^* BOSTON CHESTW 0 *3 -2 a. E 1 ADDRESS- Tn8Upsoii& HartCo. 3fivr 1 av^? UnioDYille, Conn. Largest circulation of any scientific paper in the world. Splendidly illustrated No intelligent man should be without it. Weekly. 83.00 a year (150 six months. Address MUNN tt CO- PUDU8HEB3,361 Broadway, New York City. Mention this paper. LlQHT. I! To Ye Who navi Little Faith E,CH FOR YOUR HOME. CO I 4 2 8 1111 "S B.nl SumpforIilaatrtttd Fnot LUX. The Schumashsr Gymnasium Go,/IW I WANTED I JLIVE AGENTS I IIIIJHMI..IIII1. .Ill IIIIM I In every town !n each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Forks these goods are not plated goods but solid, and v/ill hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the prices of solid Bterhng silver. The goods are sold by a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 October 1893

i* ft tj tfeKfc !-9 &Bh_i_ Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Tfmrsday,Oct. i2tb, 1893* THERE is a rush of people to the World's Fair. Monday was Chicago day when the attendance was 751,-the 026. A MOVEMENT is on foot to divide Polk county into four counties. Tho question is to be voted on at tlio nest general election. HE American yacht Vigilant de feated the English yacht* Valkyrie in the two first races. John Bull is al ways too slow for the vankee. Gov. MCKIKLEV is conducting mi enthusiastic campaign in Ohio and his re-election by a rousing majority is an assured fact. He is cheered to the echo by the laboring- men and000,000 farmers wherever fie speaks. THoron the price of wheat is alto gether too low, yet farmers aiv much better off than the majority .of those engaged in other lines of busi ness, at the present time, and infi nitely better off than the laboring men in the cities. CONGRESSMAN BOEN lias introduced a bill appro...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 October 1893

&.2? $,** W' v W" arn jfe J.P.MATT80N, Edttoraad Proprietor^ Offloial tanrif Marshall County. TfotrsdtyfQct* 12th, 11893. THEUE "V mi A MOVE^EH^pn foot .|p divide Polk county into four counties. The queHtiou iatofte/ voted on at 7fcli next general election. THE America*s 1$ GOT. McKiNLETiTcmidTictfii^ an 3 enthusiastic campaign in Ohio and his re-election by arousing majority is nn assured fact. He is cheered to the ech by the laboring men and farmersowherever he speaks. ^Tiiouan the price of wheat is alto gether too low, yet' farmers are much better off tlmn the majority .of those engaged in other lines of bnsi ness, at the present time, and iufi nitely better off than the laboring men in the cities. MMMfM* mmm CONGRESSMAN ROEN has introduced .K a bill appropriating $900,000 for the purpose of turning part of the water from the Red river into the Minnesota to prevent the overflow in the spring. We wonder if the people in the Minnesota river valley like an overflow better than w...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 October 1893

f' 4 ^1 i Volume XIII. Home and County News litney tead in low prices. See Powell & Larson's now nil. Monday and Tuesday were love ly days. A. G. Setter-holm was in the oi yesterday. Mrs. T. R. Craig- bus moved to Grand Forks. Oscar IMhl left for the World's Fair on IMesdaj. J%fi. lirinkerhoff of Stephen was in tlif, city Tuesday. Nelson Burnside has bought the Tiouse of A. N. Jensen. Senator March arrived from Minneapolis Tuesday. Henry 'Da-vies -left -far Spokane, WusJi., liftjt Saturday. A boy was born in the family of Louis Wallin on Sunday morning-. i Every SHEAF contains*. somo news you want to know, now., E. A. Erickson, one of town of Comstock's sturdy young men, hasing our thanks for cash on subscription. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coply of Mitch elville, Iowa, have been here visiting the family of 1). Bernard. Mrs. Coply is Mr. Bernards sister. AppollosSearlof Fondu l,ac"V\is., has been here visiting his uncle A. II. Searl and other relatives. He re turned home yesterday. The p...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 October 1893

j^ainv 4 **i it i I' faP''- J Pi?* llgamn Jf/iri/. JO HX P. MArt-soy, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ MINN. THE wind was so high at Toledo, 0. the other day that the wate rs of the Muumee river were blown out of their charnel and the river bed left com pletely dry. SOME one has discovered that the total number of capital letters in the whole Bible is 106,990, of small capitals, 6,897 and of low er case, 8,452,593 grand total of letters, including one M, 8,566,481. EMMA GOLDMA K, the arch-priestess of anarchy in Now York, will spend some time ithin doors and behind bars, for exhorting "m friends and workmen" to loot New York and slay all the rich pjople. Whoa, Emma! ASA P. MORS E, against whom a ver dict of f40,000 was given by a Bdston jury recently for breach of promise of marriage, is 73 years old. Mrs. Van llouten, the plaintiff, is described as a pretty widow, S3 years of age JO HN HOOKER, husband of Isabella Beecher Hooker (sister of the late Henry Ward Beecher), has just re signed th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 October 1893

4 *u\-'-*,*.?'-, 1 ft it 1 tf A A A 8*FSSfi?"0o HAVE TON E, ACTION, FRAME WORK A ND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEAR*. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PBiCES. lIeCorsettPiaaoCo7SSst" 330970X7 CHESTW '.fieaafilariir-fJ S.iuatratei Trijs List. Tha^tepactef Gymnasium Co,_WiS?* I WANTED LIVE AGENTS g,~- if i In evsry town In each state to sell cur Soiid Columbian Silv.er Table Knives and I-orlrs these goods are not A plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and-will cost only about one-quarter A the pricei of soiid sterling B.lver. l"he goods are sold by A agents only and we warrant A them to stand the test of A years or refund the money, at A gu irantee will go with each doien and backed up by an A I old reliable company which A *he reputation of making A est gooes on the market. _"essenton r.cieptof25 cents, for which we will for- A v/ard you our prices and dis- A count to agent3. Agents A malts from xo to 25 dollars per A day. A ADDRESS- mUp...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 October 1893

ttl ?^7mw$? Warren Sheaf. .1.1'a.n UATTSOW Proprietor 5 ,ito Offiffial Paper of Marshall County. Tbmsday,Oct. t9th, iSpi THE dem oeinticpnrrv demon (drilling to the nutistm (ion of nil concerned tlmt the.v do not know IIOA to inn tliK uovtM'ttmenl FRFC trudu would benefit foiuigii mnniihirtuun-s. mid a *inole gold st uidurd would benefit pMpeei.illj ioieioneapitnlmts rievehind is the iuend ot both. A ONE cent it mile mte to the Woild's Fnirw now foiw on all loniN It is a pit\ that (hat rate was not made fi oin the stni Main lia^e been prevented fiom seeing the F.nr b.V the short-sighled pohey of inih\n\ mnnngeis Tun attempt to foice a vote in the sennte on the lepeal lull b\ the eon tmnons session pl.m ended in mihuc. The silver men tired the otheis out ^V luitever tews one holds on whor, it iniwt bendnutttd that the silvei men are waging a bnlhant and de tei mined ii&ht Ave\ihane stares thit papei money is known to he a earner of infection and mis people tobe\er\ ran kill in ha...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 October 1893

If! 4 I |J ,7^ ff Home apd County News I if Whitney lends in low prices. S. W. Smith lms leased the T. H. Craig residence.. E. K. Grahnm got home from Chicago last Friday. Christ Rundtom has started a feed milJ. See his ad. John P. Dnhlqiiisfcloft for Win nipeg, Man., last week. C. M. Spnnnuth is boring- a, well on the Woodward farm. John Grtek,oF town of Wright, started for Chicago yesterday. Luther Furs started to see the "White Cily on Thursday last. Rev. C. 1). Brecount, the new Methodist minister, has arrived and will occupy the pulpit next Sunday. N. J. Larson, one of the suKstan2" tinl farmers in the northern part of. the county, has our tlmnksjm- cash sent. Hon. L.G.Wood, Tl. 11. Inw dahl and C. A. Tnllar attended the farmer's meeting in Crookston yes terday. Clmrles A. Johnson the eldest -BnnofC.J.JohnsonJeft Monday to at tend school at Hope Academy,Moor head, Minn. You can subscribe for any paper published in the world at the SHEAF office. Subscriptions received for all Sc...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 October 1893

a& hitney leads in low prices. ,1' S. W. Smith has leased tire T. R. Craig residence ^:"^J\* .wj i E. E. Graham pot lionio from Chicago last Friday. -Christ Rand torn1 hns^startetl a feed mill. See his, ad. jj John P. Dahlqnist left for,..Wiu- nipeg, Man., last week. 5 $ C. M. Spnnnnth is boring- a well on the Woodward farm, John Gmtek,of town of Wright, started for Chicago yesterday.- Luther Furs started to see the 'White Cily on Thnrsday last. ^.'-& ffiff Rev. C. 15. Brecount, the new Methodist minister, has arrived and i .will occupy the polpifc next Sunday. ^i*j.jj. J. Larson, one of tfi%M$8fy0K tial farmers in the northern part of, tlie county, has our thanks for cash sent. w. Hon. L. G. Wood, tl. B.'' Ima dahl and C. A. Tnllnr attended the farmer's meeting in Orookston yes terdnv. Charles A. Johnson thy eldest BonofC.J.Johnson.lefr Monday to at tend school at Hope Academy,Moor head, Minn. You can subscribe for any paper published in the world at the SHEAF office. Subsc...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 October 1893

Hfllitl 3J 1 Writ J7/w/, JOHJ* 1\ MATTSO X, Editor and Prop. BREN,. 7" MINN. IT has been estimate* "that GouldjOgplg live 782 yeabn cipal the prv rNBB?wlHvhoentered the In-, tStin Virginia as Tommy Wild Cat remains under rwarfliFat --n.m of Thomas W. Catt A LARGE box in Wj bearing.-the conspld of Maj. Andre," was opened by a curi ous visitor recently, and found to con tain a lot of lamp chimneys. V13DUIOATIOS," said jWr. .Djepew *at Cornell, "is the solution of the eleva tion of the individual." A freshman ,,loe not realize this sublime truth when the sophomores tie,him up by the thumbs. TBK value of a vote, only a woman's "vote, was rectify ijius?t^tedjn^ west ern town where women are allowed to vote at school elections. A ^wohian property holder of the town voted to pay certain ohmfctemda4o8toado Jet ting them run, and the proposition was carried by a majority of one. THK Woman's Journal objects to so much homage beinq^M|tfeA^bj[stopher Columbus at this time, when not a word is &a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 October 1893

I IJ 1 I il 1 *wsi PSK OH'* P. MATTSON, Editor "and Prop. RRELN,. MINN. been estimated that Geiprge Hve 782 yeaft bK the priti is fuyimreMWt*h1 pwnoufrstyle* rnftii IwTwhc^entered the In-, 6Ti Virginia as Tommy Wild Cat remains under the adigaifie^ name of Thomas W. Catt. ftv A LARGE box in \Ve,afiritrisfK'#f Abb bearing, the conspicAotis^fibe! tone's of Maj. Andre," was opened by a curi ous visitor recently, and found to con tain a lot of lamp chimneys. ^EDUCATION," said Mr. Depew -at Cornell, "is the solution of the eleva tion of the individual." A freshman floes not realize this sublime truth when the sophomores tie him up by the thumbs. TBK value of a vote, only a woman's vote, was recently illustrated in a west ern town v* here women are allowed to \ote at school elections. A woman property holder of the town voted to pay certain school bonds instead ot let ting them run, and the proposition was earned by a majoritv of one. THK Woman's. Journal objects to so much homage being j...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 October 1893

Y\ HAVE 1 PERFECT TONE, ACTION, FRAMEWORK, AND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. BieCornettPianoCo.,^?^ BOSTON CHEST \A/ E,CH FOR YOUR HOME. 8n4 Stamp 1 lu.trated Prloa Lilt. ThaSefeumachsrGymnasium Co. ffg WANTE LIV E AGENTS! In every tawn In each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and forks, these goods are not plated goods but solid, and will held their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the jv-ice? of solid sterling silver* 1 he goods are sold by agent3 only and we warrant then ta stand the teat of years or refund the money, a guarantee will go with each dozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has tne reputation of making the best goods on the market. Samples sent on recleptofss cents, for which we Will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents Agents ma-e from xo to 25 dollars per da/. ADDRESS- TneUpson & HartCo. Uniomrille, COM. LlQHT. CAVEATS, TRADE MAR...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 October 1893

atmu 3. Warren SheaP. JP.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Ii% Olfic.it Paper tf Marshall County. A MOVBMKNT has been seTorTfoot in Kittson cnnnty to divide the conn ty, making: nn oastern and western county. _^[^_-.. THE democrats are already casting about for a candidate for governor. They might as well save themselves the trouble, for the way the people frel now the democratic party will not stand a ghost of a show at the noxtelection. POLITICAL economists may differ as to whether or not gold has appre ciated, but there ought to be no dif ference of opinion as to a debt being at least twice as hard to pay with 48-cent wheat as with 96-cent wheat and when in addition to that the yield is 10 bushels, nnd not 20 bush els, then the debt becomes at least four or Ave times as difficult to pay. THE SHEAF was oneoFthe first pa pers in the valley to agitate a reduc tion in freight rates on wheat, and it is to be hoped that the meeting that was held in Crookston yesterday will bring forth pr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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