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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 February 1894

re- I list of Delinquent Taxes upon Heal Estate within the county of Marshall, atute of Minnesota,'for the year A. 1). 1892, remaining de linquen nnd unpai on first I- ?,Moiul.yt name is tie January,d1894,the and the penalties accrued thereon. STATB.OF.MINNKSOTA. DISTRICT COURT, VttSHALL -fi^*ODNTY I ri 8 ..which tl UiSSnS'ftV in '!I'1*' Htli Judicial District.! ?"b State ot Minnesota all persons, rom Pfc h wh or elnlm "ft "P *eofJiOMlHonH W or intereso ihave claim & A any ot the several piece*io'rXK-lJ?? i "CX\ Jf- V1* ot taxes nnd, mf, tyforf*-- flL innt ""l.v Owner and ileseriptlon of property A O Norton nw ,|r w sec nil two i ran ge 4S K),i W ^ohtinon lot :t bl 1 Fannie A. llrowu hf lot 4 hi 2 i. LoiiKhridge i, hf lot 4 bl lot.fthi _- Kilvln Erickson lot! bl 2 \V l'eterHon Jot bl ia Ellia A Oooke hit 1 bl A Vl#^' JI.T AlftCnnim hf lot 4 bl:{f John N Hbnvd lot r. Mrs \V Ith Kdujirdo, A A J'"lotp I a rbl of lot 1 hi 9 A eliuiilrt- hf A Hf ,t a i)ft ReeHe lotftbl lMbl8 Shfiotr....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 February 1894

Rtnpelta lif se sec 27* 80a Arth ur lliopelle aw qr se qi JP$sec 27 40a Louiri Itiopeile e qr HW qr seis 2 7 40a ?M$ is^"qi'Bec20 200a 3 Loiiia Soimlift' lif n* qr W hf 80 qrHw tf4 100a Arthur Hiopelle u\v qr nw see 514 40M. 13 Itiopeile 8 lif sw qr see 514 80a LOIJIH Lourflino neqr mv sec 514 40a Uiopelle n\v or nw qr sec515 40a Til a bin sw nw qr mv sw 8 5 80a. EA(JLE POINT. Owner and description of property: JONHpli French hf n qr 1 & 2 8H 2 101.512a John 1* Johnson mv 8oc5140a Ilonrv J(1 it &M "If. A 100a, Ain.son Toonib nf soc 1 5 a20a 3'Ycdriekson &. Wolf hf sw qr soc 15 80a Ilinih McDonald so 100,1 ''nil hundlihid in soc 15 [On Anderson, Johnson son no qr s 40a .JNeHtm, Johnson & Sodorfl.ifc H* qr so qr soc l(i 40.i. David Harrows hf so qr soc 17 8O.1 Monson lot 1 soc 17 42a E I) Moron lots 3 4 & see 17 130.25a. D.ivhl R.irrowH ne (p-swqr nw i\v e qr sec 21 80a David Harrows mv qr soc 2 1 100a David Harrows hf no se qr no sec 2 1 120a. Amort 0 hf se sw qr ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 February 1894

,t Swtitir if. 'J#3And **fjm .kl.ii. Rinnull^ aw Jll Se Riopelle sw qr eA qr* IJf vjgm: Bee 37 40u 26 MSbufaf BiopeJIe ne qr HW qr set* 2 7 40.* 5 2 6 82,0,8 Erikniiul mv qr ne qr WM *w 2 200a $', 2 4 4 3 1& hf Be qr WH 8 4 160 22 74 r#$*rthur ttiopelle u\v w |!$C Pfi34 40u. i 4 153 $ Itiopelle hf sn* qr see 34? jLbuiH Lonrdino ne qr uw qr i. eec34 40 3 5 3 it Kinpelle nw qr nw qr gee 3 5 tajWJ a bin aw qr tiw qr nw qr bi$ sw qr sec 3 5 80* EAGLE POINT. Towii8hip15S. UitiigenO Owner and description Tux of property: \t ^SllosHph French Id m qr 1 & 2 sec 2 161.32,1 ^'ohn Johnson nw q- & sec 3 40a |.Joh Anderao ,%r see8 40- "Anders sector Illoinqiiisb sw-' qr nw *"v qrsec3 40 Antlers Borjy lot 3 sec 3- 40. .-s 52t ^ra iiolinson P qr qr fi" hf' X?4 1' Jt 3 4 400 85a, ^Jf.Person sw qr ne qr Hnqi-nW qr lot* 2 & 3 sec 4 160.- 52a E Hummpi'tuick Id sw qr HW qr nw qr lot 4 sw: 4 160.17a Cohcy a Id qr lif HW qr sec 4 160a Chris Lnrson sw qr se qr lots 8 & 9 sec 5 87a Hamme...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 February 1894

vy I Erikstud nw 3 tt ^tt&Soiirditf lif fNf* hf se qr HW 34169a )htir jttol-dltLluCJljLBS EJMO 34 40a IPS i tot^M B, Uiopello 8 Uf nee ww**1 80a JP, sec 3 4 40a fill Riopelle nw qr nw qr see 3 5 ^fX^Oa1 Joseph French hf ne qr foT 1 & 2 sec 2161.32* h? Sec 8 40a V&tY*" John Anderso R&.'*C8 4O.. mm o- ^r liriwtian Anderson lots 1 & 2 sec 6 66.75a Uphous B (\v nw qr and lot 2 Bee 8 64a ilMjr Htftirringron lots 3 & 4 sec 8 70.50a flfc#f!M Sevurd svv qr nw qr sec 8 40a f5jj E & tiiisfc Johnson se qr i^neqr see 0 40a %|7' :,,j i a JB Johnson ne qr nw qrsec f* 9 40a 1 .^.nd Danielson iie qr ri Xu all AW 4 vrNel4on, E Wrna hf se Qr lie Q* SP Qr se 441* ue qr sec 160a O Al Brinkerhoff ne Qr sec 2 2 40a ft JOIILHOII w' Tod' CMtrihfseo25320a ,J r A IJiU.Sqr A KU*tY o#il flM ,v&c.5*^^#5 2%U qr '^3!- ,51 I* Labin gw qr nw qr nw qr qr sec 8 5 80a 5 EAUkE POINT. Townahip 138 llniige 5 0 |fir it ud deseiiptiou 5^'1* 1 5 0 7 715 1 5 19 2 9 4 7 26 8 71 2 9 E johnsou li...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 February 1894

sPsL 4 '8ft- Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday. Feb. 22nh, 1804, THE SHEAF acknowledges the re ceipt of a beautiful prospectus of The Minneapolis school of Fine Arts. I is so long after the repeal of the Sherman law that times ought to be growing better now, but they don't. W E regret very much our inability to break bread with the brethren of the state press at the meeting in Minneapolis hist week. THEY say that ex-president Harri son is after bigger game than the presidency now. I is the rich wid ow of Senator Stanford, said to be worth $20,000,000. THIS is from, the Chaska Herald, a democratic paper: "Gov. Knute Nelson will be a candidate for reno election, and will meet with little or no opposition. His election is also assured," HE New York Observer says:ed "Gather up all the money that the working classes have spent for rum during tne last thirty years, and I will build for every man a house, and lay out for him garde...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 March 1894

Volume XIV. Home and County News John II. Wollmupl, of Exct'l, UIMSIM Uio city Mondi Miss T(Ma Howe returned home Inst Friday from an extended strt%v in Minneapolis. Hev. P. M. S.imuelson left for MJuiwiipuKri on Thursday lust week, relurnino-Tuesday this week. Mrs. Peter Lmidherg left for St. Pdul on Tuesday for the purpose of obtaining medical treatment at JuospitaJ. Vou can subscribe for any paper published i i tlie world at the SHEAF ^office. Subscript ions received for all J3eundJ avia papers. H. K. Mussey hna donned the ^W'PWJters nproii ami i^ now engaged "in framing r.he lumber for his house in Kno&' addition.Thief itiv-r Fails Press. According to the new time table winch has .wi into foivc, the north Iwitiiul train will leave Warren at 10 oYlockii.m. and the south bound train nt 0 o'clock. Fied Lenhnrt arrived from Min neapolis last Friday willi a car load of stock, and he will ajaia go at fjirmiii" in this county, in town ol 'ninstoL*k where he owns a valuable farm. Wo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 March 1894

ft H i JOHN MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. THE name of the man who lights the statue of liberty in Washington night ly ia Mr. America. AK exchange says that "Corbett could knock out a Georgia mule." Not, however, unless he stood in front of that far-famed quadruped. AUSTRIA, is more lenient to murder ers than any other country. Of 816 convicted murderers in the decade end ing 1879, but twenty-three were put to ath. ARTIFOIAI, India rubber from cotton seed oil is one of the latest industrial products, and claimed to possess com Kiercial adaptations of peculiar practi cal value. AION the Kondeh people, who live on Lake Nyassa in Africa, the favorite form of suicide is to enter the water and allow one's self to be devoured by a crocodile. WHBN the mother-in-law of the mi kado of Japan took the grip the other day 422 physicians were called in to at tend her. But the mikado's efforts were of no avail. She survived. ET dogs across the Atlantic are now dyed to harmonize with the p...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 March 1894

ft I 1 AN AUBUfiN MIRACLE. An Act of Heroism Is Followed by Dire Reaultn. Edward Donnelly Saves a 1MB Almost at the Cost of Ills OwnAfter Tears of. Suffering He Is Restored to Health His Story as Told to a Report er of the Auburn Bulletin. LAuburn, N Bulletin.1 It Is on record that upon a chilly April day, a few years ago, an eight-year-old boy fell into the East river at the foot of East Eighth street, Ne York, and when all ef forts to rescue him had failed, Edward Don nelly, at risk of his own life, plunged Into the water and, when himself nearly ex hausted, saved the boy from drowning. It was a humane and self-sacrificing deed, and received deserved commendation in all the newspapers. There is a sequel to this accident, how ever, which thus far has not been published. It is to the effect that Donnelly was para lyzed as a result of the cold plunge and came near dying. Auburn people have known the family since his wife was Amanda Grant man and his sister Mrs. 8 D. Corry, of 21 Mora...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 March 1894

S' t"'i' fit a, I 1 Hi t- 3*EV ."I'M Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OfHsial Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, March 1t, 18JH. PRENDEUOAST, the alnyer of Mayor Harrison will be hanged on the 23 of March. I there were fewer policy men and more Ivonest nien this woi Id would be very much better. A ORAFTON N. T). blind piggercom mitted suicide when judge Tenipleton opened the term of district court in the town. IN the death of ex-Congressman H. B. Strait, Minnesota lost one of her old time and faithful public men. He died while travelling in IVfexico. TUADE continues dlpressed, and no improvement is yet in sight. And the Democratic congress continues to wrangle and have high old time regardless the state of the wotiutry. ,1UIG GrosscMp, of Chicago, has rendered.a decision- which practical ly kills the interstate commerce law. He -holds that railroad officials can not be compelled to aiw'wef questions that would criminale themselves, when appearing as witnesses in the...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 March 1894

y I si. The County Board holds a. session Hi is week. A Good Templars Lodge was organized in Warren on Thnrsd'iy evening lust week by Rev. R. H. Bat tp,y of Crookston. D. A. Whitney returned borne from Chicago on Friday last week. While away he made large purchases of goods for bis store. HARKIEDC By C. S. Hull, judge of .probate, on March 6lh, 1894, Miss Minnie Johnson to Mr. John Swan son, both of this county. Alfred Johnson and wife, of War ren ton, departed on Monday for Moose. Lake, Carlton Co., Minn., to ****i8***ektMpres and irlnnds*former Mr "weeks, Bert P. Bivens has W appoint ed poswnnst**r at Arg.yle to succeed Donald Robertson, We always thought Buyrell had asinch on that plum, but it seems not. The rg social that Was to have ljoen !iel at tlie residence of K, J. Taralseth to-morrow evening has been postponed on account of the concert, until Frulny evening next fveek. Mrs. J. A. Noyes bad the misfor tune to break her leg above the an* klo nn Saturday last week. She slipp...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 March 1894

'T&CLXXQTI ^SHeoThe JO HN P. MATTSO N, Editor end Prop. WARREN~ MINN. THK earth's lowe st body of water is the Caspian sea, which has been sink i ng for centuries. MONET is said to owe its name to Moneta, a title of Juno, in who se tem ple Roman money was first coined. THB'United BtateaiujprefQ||c^urt does not lack for color. jThere is a Gray, 4 Brown and a White on fts bench. An^ the men Jrhp ^IfO* 0 feel blue. c^ufirmation PEARLS that in 1884 *coo.ld have be0n bought for $1,000 are now worth three times that amount With such an in crease of values how is a poor man to get along in the world? MO NA CAIB D, the noted English re former, declares that modern marriage reduces women to a condition of slavery. I is astonishing how eager the average woman is to rush into slavery. WHALEBONE IS now made of animal hair, reduced to a pulp and subjected to great hydraulic pressure. I is said to be equal in every respect to the genuine article. The invention has come to stay. msr Miss SUSAN...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 March 1894

I 4 .Jf N,s v*% "Where spiders stretch thoir silv'ry webs to compas* 'bout their prey, Where mice hold unton revelry all night till rosy day. (Where trees and clouds ever near, where) i people seldom tall, There dwells a very funny world, beneath the chimneys tall. There tiger*, bears and elephants abidetoraye In peace The lion flings his tawny length beside the lamb's white fleece, And woolly dogs there are that never bark or bite at all, lAnd blue-eyed China pussy oats, beneath the chimneys tall. A chestnut cob with winding horn still at the saddle bow, Who's won the brush in many a chase, no more the field may know, Two legs are off, his tail Is gone, his nose chipped by a fall He's pastured in the meadow lots, beneath the chimneys talL And horrid war has left its mark in this se cluded place, A score of soldiers headless Hea captain in gold lace, The deadly blaok-mouthed cannon piece that sent the fatal ball Is falling sadly to decay, beneath the chimneys tall. Fatr waxen dames ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 March 1894

4U f? ii &i 9- I f\ Wa'ppefifiheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editoi and Proprietor. OIBsial Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, March 8th, 1894. Crook9ton. EDITOR SOKAF: Arriving at Crookston on the fiveil ing of the 8th, ult., I ut once pro ceeded to find iryself a dwelling place, which I soon was able to find. On the morning of the 9th, I com menced investigating the different institution*) of learning in the City, and found that the Crookston Nor mal College and Business Institute, offered very good accommodations. I think the school ought to be pat ronized as it gives every one just what he wants. The school has alra ready reached an enrollment of near ly two hundred students. We areton, four of us Warren boys stopping at the some placeHolm, Young, Case, and myself. \Ve are all enjoying good health, in spite of all the ty phoid sickness. By the way you must send rne the SHEAF, as I Intend to stop here quite a while, and do not feel at home with out it. With my best regards to my ac quai...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 March 1894

iif-ss*^ 1 sV J.l\MATfSON Editor and Prqpffetor. OfHoia! Payer ol Marshall County. Thursday, March 8th, 1894. Crookston. ^i"V EDITOR SHEAF: Arriving at Crookston on theeven ing of the 8th, ult., I atones pro ceeded to find iryself a dwelling place, which I soon was able to find. On the morning of the 9th, I com menced investigating the different Institutions of learning in the City, und found that the Crookston Nor mal College and Business Institute, offered very good accommodations. I think the school ought to be pat ronized as it gives every one just what he wants. The school has al ready reached nn enrollment of near ly two hundred students. We are four of us Warren boys stopping at the same placeHolm, Yonrig, Case, and myself. We are all enjoying good health, in spite of "all the ty phoid sickness. By the way you must send me the SHEAF, ns I Intend to stop here quite a while, and do not feel at home with out it. With my best regards to my ac quaintances, I remain yours truly, CH...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 March 1894

fr\?t *S. -t** 651 n* *_ --*..M../., a Volume MY. Home and County News Charles Henchman returned last Saturdny from the pineries MeKinley, the great champion of protection, will speak at Minnea polis on March 28th. Frank Topper, of town of Augs burg, son of Thomas Topper, is vis iting in the eit.y this week. Charley Thomas was among the arrivals in the city last week he has spent the winter in Wisconsin. C. Klingborg has made sever al important improvements on his blacksmith shop. He is a rustler. Never before have we seen Snake river open up in the spring as early ns it did this j'ear. I commenced flowing March 8th. You can subscribe for any paper published in the world at WIS'SHEAF office, Subscriptions received for all Scandinavian papers. The Children fo the Lord's Sup per will read in the Swedish Lutheran church next Sunday. Services will commence at 10 o'clock A. M. Presiding Elder Sharpe conduct ed quarterly conference in the M. E. church on Monday afternoon this week, and in...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 March 1894

1 Ul MMMMMMB 1*^ BuLi.Ets poisoned with infectious dis ease germs is the latest fiendish device In the art of war. ROSA BOKHEU R, the famous artist, is given special permission to wear mas ouline attire. Sh affects the dress of French workingmen. THK cost of the world's wars since he Crimean war has been $1S,'205,000,- 000, or enough to give a 910 gold piece to every man, woman and child on the globe. PATTI gives it out cold that she is 51. and celebrates her birthday, theatrical manager will believe confession like this is piracy high C's. Every that a on the SANDWICH ES made by machinery are said to be coming into vogue. They can never be as durable, however, as the lunoh counter sandwich as at pres ent constructed. THB governorship of a state is usually esteemed a stepping stone to he United States senate, and with good reason, for there are now thirteen ex-governors who are now senators. JUDGE GBOBSC UP rendered an official decision in Chicago that it is not libel ous to call a ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 March 1894

'ilk- I 4 HAND. When spring was young and life was new. Love was our only friend andgu'de, Bweet were the bowers be led us through. And sweet our going side by side Then summer came, a golden flood, And still we followed hand in hand Love was the musio In our blood, And love the glory of the land. Rich autumn fell and winter drove The fruity rlneness from the air, But wrapped in warm, soft robes of lore, What recked we If the world was bare? Bo round agatn we come to spring, Strong for another year's emprises The birds are wblst to hear us sing, The sun Is dazzled by our eyes. For, hand In hand, where'er we go, Earth under foot and Heaven above. Love Is the only life we know, And every treath we breathe Is love Maurice Thompson, in N Independent THE MAGPIE'S NEST. How John Found His Sweetheart Had Been True. There stood in Berkshire, Englan d, far out upon a quiet country road, alit ftie inn, which the wooden sign swing* Ing at the door declared to be known as "The Magpie's Nest" It...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 March 1894

A Warren fiheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, March 15th, 1894. JAMES PRIBCOLL, a farmer living three miles from Grand Forks on the Minnesota side died on Thursday last week from the effect of a dose of ^carbolic acid taken by mistake. l'-{ THE SE is quite a rush to the gold fields on Rainy Lake Kiver from this part of the country, by way of Ro seau. Most of those who go'there will be doomed to disappointment. However, the gold fever will tend to make known and to open up for set tlement that vast tract of land in the northern part of the state, much sooner than was expected. HE announcement is made that president Hill, of the Great Northern, has made financial arrangements that will enable him to complete his road from Duluth to Fosston. The building of this road will give the Great Northern a direct lino from Dulnth to the Red River Valley, and in fact to the Pacific coast, and in connection with the company's steamers on the Gre...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 March 1894

f^^^i^^^#I^PitM 9E 4'. ri-'- W:' or. $8$ at WA W Warren fiheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Offlcwl Paptr of Marshall County. Thursday, March 15th, 1894. JAMES DRISCOLL, a farmer living three miles from Grand Forks on the Minnesota side died on Thursday lost week from the effect of a dose of carbolic acid taken by mistake. 11 THERE is quite a rush to the gold fields on Rainy Lake Kiver from this part of the country, by way of Ro seau. Most of those who go'there will be doomed to disappointment. However, the gold fever will tend to make known and to open up for set tlement that vast tract of land in the northern part of the state, much sooner th an was expected HE announcement is made that I president Hill, of the Great Northern, i^has made financial arrangements that will enable him to complete his road from Duluth to Fosston The building of this road will give the Great Northern a direct line from Duluth to the Red River Valley, and In fact to the Pacific coast, and in conn...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 March 1894

it 1 A\ 1 L*n rC- f' tf*S- stX IVr Home and County News Now it looks more like winter again. C. A. Bradley arrived Saturday With a carload of horses from Illinois. See hia announcement. Wanted, to know what has be .me of the Warren Silver Cornet Band. Alfred Johnson and wife mtui ned yesterday from Carlton Co., Where they have been on a visit. Charley Wittensteiu. manageroT the Irish farm, returned home Mou day from St. Paul, looking hale and Jiearty as ever. You can subscribe for any paper published in the world.at the SHE AF office. Subscriptions received for all ^Scandinavian papers. On Friday evenuMfc. Mur^k- 30 {The Pok Sisters \vifl*iHve an entei tuinment ae the Opera House, undei the auspices of the. Ladies Aid Socie of the Pre3byteriun Church. Would it not be a good scheme I r some of our young men and wo tent attend the Crookston Nor 1 ml School & Business College this ftpring ami study Book-keeping, Ste Logrnpny or prepare for teaching? J. J. Sutton, of Angrstu, Wis., ...

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