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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 May 1894

I life1 I 1 I Ik*-* JOHN MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ T^ MINN. KoeifiUTH defined the anarchists as en trying* to cure the toothache with dynamite. I N Massachusetts the losses by hare averaged $4,000,000 a year twenty years fire for A BASEBA LL umpire in Kentucky com mitted suicide because he could not give satisfaction. was a very ac commodating- fellow. ELVIRA AND ELMIBA FIFB, maiden twin sisters, are living at Peterboro, N. II, at the age of 83 years. They claim to be the oldest twins on earth. NEW YOB K, with an 'assessed valua tion of $8,500,000,000, is the richest state in the union. Pennsylvania is next, with a valuation of $6,000,000,000. INDIANAPOLIS has had a wedding which should certainly have been per formed on the floor of the board of trade. Mr. August Rye married Miss May Wheat the other day. HENRY CBATZER, of Idaho, through an advertisement, has become engag ed to Alice Ymgst, a 838-pound belle of Band Beach, Pa. The value of adver tising is constantly illustrat...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 May 1894

$ &*- LET IT BE. "Let it be coffee." the children sail When ma mmiv poured hot water and tea instead. And mamma smiled at that "let it Lc If they "played" it was coffee, so would she. Maybe its taste seemed better so. And they were contentso let it go. Why cannot wo grown-up children, too, "Let it be" rosemary instead of rue? What is the harm in a make-believe If it gives us ever so short a reprievo From the grinding cares of a prosy life Wearing away in a petty strife? Nobody's harmed if my wormwood draught With the light and grace of a a mil* is quaffed. Does it matter, too, if 1 eat my crust So that it soema not dry as dust? Not all may drink from the ohalioe sweet, Not all of life's white bread may eat 'Let it bo" winewho is to know Tt never has been where wine grapes grow. This draught wo drink with a sparkling eye As though it were golden chartreusewhy, What docs it matter? Let's make believe And lull our hearts with the sweet reprieve! Muttie H. Swann. in Detroit Free Pre...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 May 1894

s^^ &?% ?& rt warren-Shear. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, May 17th, 1894. HE SIIE4P acknowledges the re ceipt of a copy of Senator W. D. Washburn's exhaustive speech on the tai iff. THEthamber ot commerce of St. Paul is trying to devise some plan by which small and worthy borrowers may obtain loans at fair rates with out becoming the victims of henit less money lenders. MR. HAKDACKK Kansas)"It's just time us Populists ivas havin'a show. Them fellers at Washington is downright robbers Mrs. Hard acre"What's the matter now, Ki- lns?" Mr Haidncie (bubbling over) "Why, here it says postage stamps only cost the Government 1% cents a thousand, an' the very ehenpes' kind we km git is a cent apiece."Pitts burgh Dispatch. THE Uepuhluan State Convention will be held in St Paul on July 11th nndwill consist of over 1000 dele gates, the largest, state convention in the pnrt.y \s hisl or? SIK a large gatheiing wdl more tiuly lepresent 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. — 24 May 1894

IX" f\ i *fc N "T&- Volume JT/F. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Seed Grain Notes for sale at the SHEAF office. ('all nt the SHE.VF office for flrat flass job work. The board of county commis sioners will meet May 31st. Ole SWUIIHOD'H little infant girl has been seriously ill for aevernldays past. Judge C. S. Hull went out to his farm on Monday to Superintend the planting of his corn. Times are hard, money scarce and now again the impertinent mos quito presents his bill. TJie Commencement Exercises of the Warren City .SblioQte wiJLtake place on the 15th of Jttff *0*H!!8!c- A nine-pound baby yvV was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Nelson on Sunday afternoon, May 20th, 38? State Lecturer L. C. Lonjj? of the Alliance will be in Marshall Co, June Oth, to help organize elevator companies. Miss Lisa M. Saugatad, of Wis consin, held navies in the Golden store building last Sunday forenoon and evening. Street commissioner Topper is having constructed a plank gutter on part ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 May 1894

i 4 JOHN I I SO\, Editor and trop WARREN? MINN, AMONG the assignments announced is that of a dealer in rags. One would think that business was picking up. MRS. LEMON, of Colorado, is reported to have married thirteen husbands, bhe had probably been squeezed so often that she is not superstitious. THBBK are said to be twenty-three thousand species of fishes, of which about one-tenth inhabit fresh water, and it is the largest that always get* away. THERE are 68,000 post offices in the United States, and about 07,000 of them do not pay their running expenses. The profit of the New York city post office is $4,000,000 a year. Sisva the Fifty-third congress came into existence March 4, 1893, there have been six changes in the United States senate and sixteen in the house of representatives from death and other causes. Ii has come out in the course of cer tain legal proceedings in New York that a woman can keep a secret. As this particular woman was paid five thousand dollars, perhaps the ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 May 1894

JO HN MVI ISON, Editor and I'rop. WARREN, MINN. AMONG the assignments announced is that of a dealer in rags. One would think that business as picking up. MR S. LEMOX, of Colorado, is reported to have married thirteen husbands. She had probably been squeezed so ofteu that she is not superstitious. THE RK are said to be twenty-three thousand species of fishes, of which about one-tenth inhabit fresh water, and it is the largest that always gets away. TUKHK are 08,000 post offices in the United States, aud about 67,000 of them do not pay their running expenses. The profit of the New York city post office is $4,000,000 a year. biiNt'K the Fifty-third congress came into existence March 4, 1893, there have been six changes in the United States senate and sixteen in the house of representatives from death and other causes. i has come out in the course of cer tain legal proceedings in New York that a woman can keep a secret. A this particular woman was paid five thousand doliais, perhaps the...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 May 1894

M& '**vr i" I i mite Wit,, v%6- v-w^jt^^TW^ '&!$$%$ JK MEMORIAlf. 'HE blue-eyed month, the dryad of the year, May, palpable, half-visible, la here: She lives, encom- passed by h^r leafy screen. peep with laughing eyes, herself unseen. She lingers in the lanes or ferny wood Or where the moudows bloom in solitude, Or listens on the river's sedgy brink To the glad song or her own bobolink. Her swift foot pauses where the grasses wave Above some half-forgotten soldier's grave. She stoops above war desolated spots To seal forgiveness with forget-me-nots, And writes with mosses on the crumbling stone Heroic names recalled by her alone. O May, so prodigal In memories! Hast thou forgot the battles on \he seas? Hast thou forgot the seamen that went down Without a fear to blanch the cheek of brown? No violet or primrose ever rests Its fluted leaves upon these warrior-breasts, No friendly hand has decked their ocean grave Nor sorrow's tribute reached them through the wave. Perchance th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 May 1894

WBi VP Is &* T.I IT' Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, Mny 24th, 1894. A NON-PARTISAN bi-matallic league lias been organized in Moorhead, with Geo. N. Lampliere, editor of the News, as resident. HE Populist State Convention will be held in Minneapolis on Jul.? 10th, and some of the most noted men in the party will be there to speak, Gov. Lewelling, of Kansas, and Gov. Wnite, of Colorado, have agreed to be present. HE democrats were loud in de nouncing the McKinley Protection law ns a fraud and an outrage, bill offer months of shameful bickering* they are about to bring forth a measure that contains as much pro tection as the McKinley bill. THE RE is too much partisanship and too little patriotism in all par ties without exception. Who shall pluck the goose, is the main ques tion with many party leaders, and when one party can't, it is determin ed that the other shall not have much fun in doin it. IF the Wilson bill is r...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 May 1894

4,', h\ k-i Warren Sheaf. $M J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. "official Papar of Marshftll County. Thursday, Mny 24th, 1894. f^ A NON-PARTISAN bi-matallic league lias been organised in Moorhead, with Geo. N. Lamphere, editor of the News, as president, v- ?THE Populist State Convention will be held in Minneapolis on Jul 10th, and some of the most noted men in the party will be thero to speak, Gov. Lewelling, of Kansas, and Gov. Wnite, of Colorado, have agreed to be present. THE democrats were loud in de nouncing the MeKin'ey Protection law as a fraud and an outrage, but offer months of shameful bickering* they are about to bring forth a measure that contains as much pro tection as the McKinley bill. THERE is too much partisanship and too little patriotism in all par ties without exception. Who shall pluck the goose, is the main ques tion with many party leaders, and when one party can't, it is determin ed that the other shall not have much fun in doing it. on the other hand, the 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. — 31 May 1894

\*9 I $*yp^l/&*'&f$ s. Home and County News 'Whitney leads in lov prices. Seed Grain Notes for sale at the SHEAF office. Call at the SHKAP office for first riass job work. Andrew Melgnard rides anew licyoi which is a dandy. A frost Saturday night damaged garden stuffs in many localities. It. H. Newell, of Minneapolis, is in the city looking up business mat ters. N. Soderberg, an attorney from St. Paul, is in the city on legal busi ness. --John G. Hue, or Warrenton, gave the SHEAF a very ngreeable call ou Monday. Anton Mcttinuiss has removed bis a$o factory to the linatfanl b'wMing ne*t to tiie four house. Mr. Olson,, who lives iu town or Ve couple live fat hogs to Mr. J'iiihtrom, the butcher, on Tues dfijr, Mrs. A. Grindeland returned liomo Tuesday fromOookston where ehc 11.iH visited friends for several days. Mr. and Mrs.'Frank .lerrue and children arrived Inst Saturday and will take up their residence iu the city for the summer. Jtnv. 1*. M. Samuelson returned on Thursday ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 May 1894

I JOHN ATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN. A JAPANESE village has a tree that smokes. But does it chew and swear and stay"Out late at nights, too? "MRS" H. R. TEMPI,E is president and Miss Temple vice president of the First national bank of Lexington, Neb. A COUNCIL of pedagogues has decided that the cube root should be eliminated from rudimentary instruction in arith metic. Here's an opportunity for some dentil college. IT? is possible, by a recent Invention, ttf take five different photographic views of a person at one sitting. The apparently different attitudes are pro duced by the aid of mirrors BURGLA RS stole 15,000 artificial teeth from a New York store the other night. Asrthese are difficult to dispose of, it may be said that the knights of the night have bit off more than th ey can chew GERHARD GADE. the America consul at Christiania, Norway, who was ap pointed iu 18H9 by Gen Grant, is the oldest consul in the service, with the exception of Consul Spragu at Gi braltar. T...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 May 1894

"W^*^ ^f sO i 3*t VJ" MARGUERITE. Inert Uvea* one time not long ago, a bonny maiden fair, With laughing eyes and rosy lips, and wavy, golden hair. A lazy little maid was she, for all she was so sweet, Nor oook a meal, nor sweep a room, nor sew oould Marguerite. There lived a man, not long ago, who loved this winsome maid, And at her tiny little feet his great big heart was laid. A flutter shook her little heart, It fluttered on and on, i At last the little answer came, so soft, so sweet: "Yes, John The day was set, the gowns were made,-the tiny house was sweet, Whioh was to be the little nest of John and Marguerite But, John," said Marguerite one day, "f can not coak at all, I can't make bread, nor cook a chop, nor fry a codfish ball, Nor make a cup of coffee, dearoh, do we hav to eat? And can't we do without it, John?" said pret ty Marguerite Of course we can, my dear," said John, "If not, we'll buy a book That tells about 'sparerlbs' and things, ana tells you how to cook I don't k...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 May 1894

fti" feV sw, & I 4j|6 IK' ^!f J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, May 81st, 1894. HE Pennsylvania Republicans tvnnt the circulating medium increas ed to $40 per capita. Many in these days, besides the populists, feel the necessity of providing more money to do the business of the country. Sinqe the repeal of the Sherman law all accessions to the currency from the use of silver hns censed, and the only increase that is now possible comes from the coinage of gold, and the gold, we know, is gobbled up, as fast as it can be produced,and shipp ed to Europe to pay our gold obli gations which are held there. The sources of money supply being prac tically cut off, the great eastern hanks, which hold the bulk of thealready currency in existence, control the sit uation, and by refusing to let it cir culate freely and perform its mission as a medium of exchange and lubri cator of Ira ile, money becomes scarce and dear, and the wheels of commerce...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 June 1894

ti li*(\* 4 i -.tr* Volume XIV. Home and County News Whitney IPIKIH in lo*A' Diioas. John Woodwnrd is in the city. Seed Grain Notea for aale at the SHEAF office. Call at the SHEAF office for first clnssjohwork. Mr. Esliehnnfl, of Ada, was in tlierity TuesIy F. \V. Woodward came up from Eau Wnire, Wis., on Tuesday. D. RohertHon, Arjryle's popular ilraffgist, was in town yesterday. L. koughridge went south to work up immigration on Monday. Sheriff Sinclair was in Stephen Tueaduy assisting judge Hall to hold court Winnesheik Co., VfW Nc, HK&* Iowa, wWltt the city the fore part ai the weak, visiting with A.(Jiindi)\and. Come to the State Farmer's In stitute and (vara how to know a goademv when you see her and no (iardner Woolery has drilled a well for Car4 Wallin, in Vega, 12:j feet deep, nml flowing at the rate of 175 hbl. of water daily. Supfc. O. C. Greg^ with his corps of institute workers will he with us herein Warren June 22 and 23, to give valuable information to all who enu ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 June 1894

&?*'. 1 8^v 5 v' & i I S i-. &= 1 I Home and County News Whitney leads in lev orijas. John Woodward is in the city Seed Grain I^otes^or sale at the SHEAF office, i^^Wc Call at the SHEAF office for first class Job work. v"f *,fcifcufc .1 fc i Si fcia* if4* 1 '-'aSfi tx Mr. Eshelman, of Ada**wtis in Ceci ty Tuesdny. A P. IV.' Woodward 'mine up from Jblau 4/lniref Wis., on Tuesday. 1 RobertHon, Argyle'a popular tiiuirgist, was in town yesterday. *k L. kotfehihlge went south/to workup immigration on Mouifixy. Jl Sheriff Sinclair was in Stephtm Tuesday assisting JIUIRP Hall to hold courfr\ is i JSi' ^.r^'^1^ Wiiineshelk Co., Ibttjli waa* the ciry'tlie fore part, "sL thU iv^fc visiting with A.GnndiUind. Come the State Fanner's In- fc*arn how to know a 4?oadeotf whoii^ou see her and JJO eiuafcafcp. Vis', & -V Gardner Woolery has drilled well for Curt Wallin, in tyi, 123 feet deep, and flowing: at (he rate of 175 hbl. of water daily. Supt. O. C. Greg^ with his corps of insti...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 June 1894

Tu, 4 1i1 tas A WESTERN genius has invented a machine for making gas for illuminat ing purposes out of wood instead of coal The machinery is very simple, consisting merely of a retort and puri fying chamber, with a tank for holding the gas He claims that the machine can be used for domestic purposes, and that by attaching it to an ordinary cooking stove enough gas to last a day can be made by the fire necessary to do the cooking ROBERT WINTHROP, who recently started on his 80th year, has had a personal acquaintance with every president of the United States except Washington and Jefferson. He is the oldest living ex-speaker of the national house of I epresentatives, the oldest surviving Massachusetts senator, and it is seventy-three years since he was a schoolboy at Boston's celebrated Latin school. Few men of 60 are so well preserved and so vigorous mentally and physically as he. THE tough paper which comes from China and Japan is made from manilla fiber. The new or fiesh fiber is n...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 June 1894

f- (5 fl~l 9** 1 A slirht discerning hearts to bless. la peach cheeked wholesome loveliness, Is the country girl who long has tolled In tFiiiesome roundyet all uiupo'led. From mora till night with a heart so light. She answers the carols oT blithesome birds. As she toils content with a kitchen task Or with dimpled arms in the creamy curds. Perhaps she gathers the gentle kino MJfl odors of hawthorn hedi and defer, Perhaps she runs in a fairy race Under the rustic fence or over Not in the city will all men And The stalwart lasses of this good kinJ, The rosy cheek and the dancing curl, The stalwart form and the teeth of pearl, The strengthwith senseof the farmer's Klrl Her soul Is clean as her eyes are clear, She fills the bounds of her homespun sphere, Caring but little for hoarded wealth Her heart and cheeks have the hues of health Kich in the joys without alloys In (ouch with nature, the flowers and trees, Her mind content in the wholesome poise, Absorbed in blessings from nuchas th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 June 1894

I MM 1 7 WBMBMM "7 'wj'WW*' ysHRS^f s g# flfiw*- Warren She a J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Papar of Marshall County. Tlimsdau June 7th, 1894. Report of Immigration Board. In the fall of 1890 an Iminitiation Convention was lipid at Stephen for the purpose of takm .stops to secure an influx of settleis to the Red Rivei Valley and to the counties ot Mni shall, Ki'tson andPolMiipaitieulai Said education passed some high 8oundui lesc.Iutions and appointed tin Immigration Bo.ud, who ueie to make known to the mild our vast resomce%aiulendcti\o_i to turn the tide of imniigialioi. to out feitiJe lands. That being done the conven tion adjourned and that I the last heard of that immolation move ment But one man who took pait in that convention, Mi Lough ridge, ot Wairen, went to vvoik, quietly and unaided by an.y one, on the lines proposed at said com en tion, and by his own individual ef forts, and in spite ot nuineioiis ob stacles tin own in Ins way, he has Bucceeded in "thug...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 June 1894

i 1& ir fifc 1 1 i? 5r 1 1 4a i t' i Volume XIV. Home and County News IVhitney leads in low prices. Seed Grain Notes for sale at the "SHEAF office. Call at the SHEAF office for first class job work. Come, let us learn all we can about mixed farming at the Farm* ers'Institute. The Swedish Lutheran Sunday School will have a picnic in the grove June 23rd. Louis Wallin, who has attended the Adventist camp meeting at Min neapolis, returned home yesterday. The adjourned term of district oourtfor Marshall county will con vene in Wan en uext Monday, June 18th. SJudge Hull, Chis. Woolery, A. B. Nelson, Bert She and Win. Box went on a fishing trip to Tlijjjf Lake ou Monday. Judge Lakin is witlr us again. Fortunately for the judge another man captured the democratic nomi nation for congress in his district in Illinois. Mrs. Julia B. Nelson, of Bed Wing, Minn., will deliver a lecture under the auspices of the W. C. T.U., in the Presbyteriau church on Tues day evening, June 19th. John Johnso...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 June 1894

1.* WARREN, MINN, i MASKED robbers attacked a female photographer in an Indiana town and nearly killed her when they asked for her money and she replied in the neg ative. MONEY continues to accumulate in the Bank of England. This statement will enlighten many people who have been wondering for a longtime where it has all gone. THE woolen carpet which has cov ered the coiners' room in the San Francisco mint for several years was recently cremated. By refining the ashes the government recovered 279 ounces of gold, worth $5,500 IN Egypt the milkmen drive the cows past the doors of their customers and milk them in sight of the buyers of milk. In London certain dairymen are said to have adopted the same prac tice A MAN in Pennsylvania is to wed by proxy, his prospective bride being across the ocean. Why would not that be a good idea for American heir esses to practice on penniless lordlings? They could just as well ship the money to them. THERE is no worse ciiminal than the train-wrecker...

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