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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 June 1894

lO ft I b. ffe(T*^'w"*4 lj TO THOSE WHO FAIL. Courage, brave heart nor In thy purpose fal ter, 3 on, and win the fight at any cost. Though sick and wearv after heavy conflict, Rejoice to know the battle is not lost The field is still open to those brave spirits Who nobly struggle till the strife is done, Through sun and storm with courage all Un daunted, Working and waiting till the battle won. The fairest pearls are found in deepest waters, The brightest jewels in the darkest mine, And through the very blackest hour of mid night The star of hope doth ever brightly shine. Press on' press on' the path is steep and rugged, And storm-clouds almost hide hope light from view But you can pass where other feet have trod den A few more steps may bring you safely through The battle er a \Ictor crowned with honors My patient toil each difficulty past You then may see these days of bitter failure But spurred you on to greuter deeds at last Nellie Barlow, in Demorest a Magazine. ICopyright. 189...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 June 1894

ft Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSO N, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Markhall County. Thursday, June 14th, 1894, W E have no objection to the coal miners keeping up the strike as long as this torrid weather continues. Old Sol is furnishing us all the heat we can stand at present. JUDGING from the great victory in Oregon, republicans must be as thick there as flies im summer weather They carried everything at the recent election. THE populists talk of nominating Owen for governor, and then to have the democrats endorse him. Bj this plan they propose to knock out Knute, but it will not work. Thou sand of populists as well as demo crats will not be a party to thewith Bcheme, and in such case would sup port Gov. Nelson. COXDY'S army received lots of eggs while on the march. Eggs may save the country yet. The worst men in the world are those who go to Wash ington in Pullman cars. They do more mischief in a day than can be undone in a decade, and thej* do no work, either. What would we...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 June 1894

& mmmk LJft' 'Ztf**. Tgr *""-fl9S Volume JCIV. Home and County News Whitney leads in low orijes Seed Grain Notes for sale at the SHEAF oflice. Call at the SHEAF office for first class job work. Attend the Farmers' Institute in this city to-morrow and the next day. Miss Nettie Solum left Saturday to spend her vacation with relatives in Alexandria and in St. Paul. Warren has decided to celebrate 4th-of-Jnly this year with the best celebration ever held in the city. -M. P. GiHiM.pt, of Chicago, lived in the city Tuesday to look af ter his large farming interests in this vicinity. DIED: The infant SOIL, of Mr. and Mrs. U. 8. Chnpin died fast F,i- day morning of acute dysentery, aged ten months. 0 C. Baorgerud, K^ Slettea and wife, and the Misses Betsey and Car lie Baggerud, from Halstad, ore here visiting whith Mr. M. J. Bjrget. Let us learn nil we can about mixed farming, mortgage lifters and cures for havd times, at the Farmers' institute held iu this city Friday and Saturday this...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 June 1894

t& fa If! #4 \k JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN. HE first letter envelope dates back to May, 1696. It Is now in the British museum, London. IT is rumored that a gasoline and gas stove combine is to be organized to control the industries. Now all we need is some one to control the hired girl who operates them. AFTER the 1st of next September it will be a misdemeanor in New \ork to furnish information concerning per sons or corporations to newspaper rep resentatives which if published, would be libelous. MARK TWAIN is making good use of his two-thousand-year-old jumping frog story in his after-dinner speeches in England. The English like to have the gentle hand of time laid upon their wine and their jokes JOHN L. SULLIVAN, who but recently was the idol of the sporting world, has fallen so low that there are none so poor as to do him reverence. The other night a physician in Boston, who was insulted by the ex-champion, laid his cheek open by a blow with a beer bottle...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 June 1894

1 THE time it happened Prof. Grumble was nursing a colol. After the loss of his voice, which went into re- tirement dur ing" his engagement with the cold, he whispered with great vehemence several times that he would rather nurse twins than care for even a moderate every-day sort of cold, to say nothing- of a genuine Lake Michi gan cold. It must he considei'ed in this connection, however, that the pro fessor was out of temper, and that he had never had any experience with twins therefore we are not hound to accept his opinion in this respect with out question. The point to be borne in mind is the fact that he was nursing the cold, and that while he was in the act of doing it, Dr. Squibob came to call on him. It was not a professional call, made under the protection of the great seal of a medical college at so many dollars a visit, medicines extra, but a call in duced in part by friendship and in part by curiosity. It was made because the doctor felt in a measure responsible for 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. — 21 June 1894

I ^Wm^' ,*'*'t%.4v JM Warren'-fi hear.A J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, June 2tst, 1894* District Court Notes. The adjourned term of district court for Marshall county wns opened Monday by judge Ives. A large array of lawyers with their clients and witnesses were on hnmh After giving his instructions to the grand jury the jinl^e began the call of the calendar and thus fur the fol lowing cases have been disposed of: Seligmun & Konnet vs. Robert* & Roberts. Ilulvor Steenerson for plff., R. J. Montague for deft. This was an action brought to recover on a promissory note given by defend ants for some Montana horses. The jury returned a verdict in favor of plaintiff for 574.85. John Richmond vs. Geo, Murray. A. CJrindeland for plff., Rrown* Uay rell for deft. Action brought to re cover ou a promissory note given as a, bonus to secure a flour mill at Ar gyle. The judge instructed to lind for defendant. Frank Ferguson vs. C. W. Brown...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 June 1894

flu *&>. fM Volume XIV. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Full line of Fireworks at ttoyfc tftore. Early sown wheat is beginning to head ont. Seed Grain Notes for sale at the SHE AF office. Cull nt the SHEAF office for first* clasa job work. Swedish and Norwegian books nt the Hook Store. Fine rain last night, and it rains to-da.y. Appears to lie general. S. 0. Odejrarden, of Comstock, Save the SHEAF a pleasant call on Tuesday. 1 ltandgrtm Bros, are employing force of men nt their ynrd making brick Give ns pure water, also pare candy. The purest is only 15c. pound at the Hook Store. Miss Mary Sheratt, of Rockftml, 111., arrived Tuesday to visit, at the home of her cousin, Mr.t.. Lamber on. Lew. itittferty and wife returned liom Tuesday from Wisconsin where they have been on a visit for three Weeks. A fine specimen of Angel-winged Begonia in blossom is exhibited in the window of the Hank of Warren. The flowers are very pretty. Fire crackers, 5c. per pack. Ho man...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 June 1894

s% *j# IJSanrerc ^Shcaf JO HN P. MATT-SON. Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. "How SHA LL tnv true love know that I love her?" asks a current poet. Why, go and tell her like a little man MULCT KAJMSAN, the Into sultan of Morocco, left nearly 2,000 loving wives to mourn his untimely taking* off. EDMUND BUSSKLL, the eesthete, de clares that high' collars destroy grace ful conversation. S that is what is the matter with the dude, is it? TUB Tichborne claimant has bobbed up in the English courts. According to all the signs Charley Ross is abo ut due to be found again on this side of the water. "BULLETPRO OF coats are all right," says the Providence News, "but what's the use of having a war if nobody is going to get hurt?" And what is the use in having bulletproof coats if there is not going to be war? AMO NG other things Newark, N J., is a great place for corkscrews, one firm in the city alone making 160,000,- 000 last year, enough, if they were -plqjjed end to end to half encircle the glob...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 June 1894

ll'SIIDIIis-H HERE ain't patriot: IHaaBaK^^yfP much Kw'jila iK.i'i'., 1 modern days, Leastwise it doesn show itself with all its old- time blaze There's twice as many people now as when I was a lad, 'Nd not a half as many flags a-fioatin' as we had, 'Nd on the streets there 3 no parades one-tenth as fine as we, When we was boys, was wont to come down here to town to see. Why in them days July the third was hardly more than done Before the bojs was out o' bed So fire the signal-gun, 'Nd all the time that passed from that ontil the day was er You talk and couldn hear yourself, the boomin and the roar O' cannons stuffed with powder 'til you think the things would bust Was sieh it even coaxed the rain to come and lay the dust Upon the village green fhe boys would gather just at noon The village band would wrastta with some i putrlotlc tune f. Nd then the declaration by the men that made i'"', us free (\iv{justice of the peace would lead straight through from A to Z, And then some clever...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 June 1894

fe &' ft'- If It viw*"ifftpa^raj vj^^a- ^^^^"f^ry^C^^'"*??^ ^15*^% Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday..Tune 2Htli, 1894. Presideut Sadi-Carnofc) of France, was foully murdered by an Italian anarchist last Sunday in the city of Lyons, where he was an honored guest. The deadly in an assassin's Imnds has the whole Frecnh nation tense grief and another crime is charged up against the archists. dagger plunged into in- horfible an- D18TRI0T COURT. The following are the most impor tant cases that were considered b\ the Court since the making of last week's report: Win. Howe vs. HansOhristofferson. Brown & Bnyrell for plff., Brown & Carr for deft. Verdict in t.ivorof deft, for $103. Maria Cailson vs. Johannes Nelson. S.Cooke for plff., A. Grindeland for detf. Suit was brought for wages and money loaned. Verdict in favoi of plaintiff for $120. .T. A. Johnson &Co,, vs.OleO.Hol son. A. Grindeland for plff., Thos. F. Ste...

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 July 1894

*v )&1 ,*l*** 1 i 4 i ro^7^ jr/r. Home and County News Whitney leads in lov Drives. A light fdiower of rain fell last night. fc'm ke"Ou StnndiinP'long Hava na, filled. Seed Grain Notes for Male at the SHEAK office. Call at the SHEAF office for first class job work. Swedish mid Norwegian hooks at t'ie Book Store. Smoke "Key West lleaiity", the best 5 ct. cigar in the city. .1. G. Gillespie, manager of the Stephen farm, was in town Tuesday. .Inly Review of Reviews, Ladies' Homo Journal, Outing, Tuck, Judge and Truth at the Book Store. Uev. J. Olson, of Chicago, will hold divine services in the Norwe gian Lutheran church next Sunday at 10:30 A.M. Senator K. E. Lominen, of Crookston, was in theciiy last Sat urday nursing his new sprung con gressional boom. LMward O. Halsa was in from town of Holt on the Fourth and re ports that hay, arid all other crops look fine in his town. Postmaster Gordon has had $100 knocked off his salary, but as yet we have had no intimation of his going on ...

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 July 1894

y\ 0 A i 4 M6 &' ONE inhabitant in every 180 in this country owns a bicycle, and has lots of iun keeping the oth er 179 dodging for dear life. BANANA peel will clean tan shoes, we are told A piece of it judiciously placed wi ll also remove shoes from sidewalks THE hopeful colle ge graduate is ap preciating the time of year when he discovers that this is a very hard, cold and practical world. THE season has come when many people cannot resist the temptati on to go off sailing in boats, with nobody on board who knows how a boat should be sailed It is such groat fun WKBE R. the Hamburg blacksmith, who has invented a bullet-proof coat, is a struggling blacksmithjust as Dowe was a half-starved tailorbut he expects to make a large Hamburg take out of his invention. REPORT comes from Lower California that a newspaper correspondent travel ing in that region has been eaten by can nibals. It must be a mistake Newspa per correspondents are tough and lean and no cannibal with any regard for...

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 July 1894

f: jy b+n :&Xi I ve a mistress passing fair, Loves, me wellaje that 1*11 swearl For of till the jovs she knows None such rapture keen bestows, As an hours commune with mo, fc-pent In speechless ecstasy Her sweet lipstoo modest far To admit such folly are But her blue eyes, grown more bold* Make confessions manifold, As ito mine they smile Seeking homage to beguile. Do I flatter her'well, no, fcho is fair, I tell her so For I framed in such a wist To reflect the truthnot lies Yft to compliment a la^s Nauirul is to French plate glasq. E Train in Llfa. A LOST RING. "A diamond, Jack? A real diamond! Oh, how bright it is, like a spark of wiiito fire' Like a star, dropped down out of the sk}'' I never saw a diamond before, and to think that it is mine! pear Jack, I couldn't possibly love you anv more than I did before, but I do love you, oh, so much!" The little bit of love-making took jTlaco under the frost-bound apple trees of the Back Orchard, where Esther Elm ford was standing, wi...

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 July 1894

II K. I'lr i Jim IV"' 1 M J2^W**STTJ si "P*wvt^ ^vf^rf** WarrerffiheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall Couniy. Thursday, July ofcli, 1894. HE entire Northern Pacific rail road system is tied up by the strike GE.V. COXEY and Ex-Gov. St. John, ol Kansas, were speakers at Fourth of-July celebrations held at Minnea polis yesterday. TnE p*ivnt sympathetic railroad strike still continues and is getting more serious daily. The strong arm of the government has been called upon to restore order, and U. S. troops are being forwarded to the strike centers. THERE is one class of workers who never strike, no matter what hap pens, ami that is the farmers. In rain or shine, heat or cold, pros perity or adversity. whether wheat be 50 cts. or $1 per busael, the farmer continues to plow, sow and reap, that all other classes of laborers may have their support. The farmer feeds us all. All honor be to the farmer. HE tariff bill, after having Been debated for three long m...

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

i& $%'* K*'. *7e i MMt'i! n\ Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, July 5 tli, 1894. THE entire Northern Pacific rail oad system is tied up by the strike. T- GE.V. COXEY and Ex-Gov. St. John, o Kansas, were speakers at Fourth of-July celebrations held n't Minnea polis yesterday, -'v THE great sympathetic railroad strike still continues and is getting y, more serious daily. The strong arm of the government has been called upon to restore order, and U. S. troops are being forwarded to the strike centers. THERE is one class of workers who never strike, no matter what hap pens, and that is the farmers. In rain or shine, heat or cold, pros perity or adversity. whether wheat be 50 cts. orr $1 per busael, the farmer continues to plow, sow and reap, that all other classes of laborers may have their support. The farmer feeds us all. All honor be to the farmer. V. THE tariff bill, after having been debated for three long months and ...

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 July 1894

-A ^FZ A5"- Volume XIV. Home and County News Whitney lead** in lov Dii.ias. Seed lvi\h\ Notes for sale at the &UCA*' office. Call at the .SHUAI- office for first class job work^ Swedish jVnd Norwegian books at fie Hook Store. .Tnl.y Review of Reviews, Ladies' Homo Journal, Outing, Vwk, Jude ind Truth at /n Hook Store. G. i\ Winchester comes to the front with a new advertisement (his uvek.* Read whai he has to say. Call on John IVterson if you wish to have a isleru maths a ehim uey built,,or any kind tdViiiasonry 01 plasUuin-duw The crops are suffering this week from the extremely warm and dr\ wether. Sunday, Monday and Tues day w^ere very warm d.iys. Editor (I. (jj. Thompson, of the Pioneer kxiress,lVmbin.i N. I), was 41 passenger on Tuesday's (rain re turning- from St. I'anl. A. huge force of men are at work a-epniiing the old Palmer & Hunter deviiior, now owned by th St. An thony & Dakota Elevator Co. Rev. \V. T. McAltioner, now en gaged in ministerial work in Kamli yo...

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 July 1894

jf** WL 4 X. I^SS^ Volume XIY. Home and County News Whitney leads in lov mi.:aa. Seed Grain Notes for sale at the HuEAf office. Call at the SutiAFofflce for firat class job worMf* A v, Swedish ffid Kor\xei?\nrC'b6oki at t'ie book Store., r^ fv .?,'-.,^4 gj July Review of Reviews/ Ladies' |^Home Journal, Outing, Ppk Jmlgo 5. $2*HK1 Truth at lite Uuok Storey i-| (Jr. C% Winchester cornea to the jC'fi'onfc with a new advertisement this week.. Read wlitit lie has to say !$ Call on .Tohn Peterson it* you wish to have a inler matks a chim- ney huilt,.orai!.y kmtljoUwuiiUHiv or plastering *lMcTJ*I?3f3?' The crops are Buffering this week ^'Yroiutlio extremely warm and dry T. wether. Sunday, Monday and Tut-a- f^^day were very warm l,i\\s Kilitor G. Or. Thompson, of the Pioneer Express, Pemuiim, N. I), was ""{s\. passenger on Tuesday's (rain re turning from St. Paul. A large force of men are at work repairing the old Palmer & lIunU*r elevator, now owned ly th'St. An thouy & Dakota Ele...

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 July 1894

I tug?- Il IJScmrerc ^Sheaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and rtrop. WARREN~ MINN A N Indian girl, daughter of a Winne bago, of Nebraska, is one of the bright est studen ts in the graduating class at Smi th colle ge this term. ALICE SIONE BLACKWELL, the only daughter of the late woman suffrage advocate, Lucy Stone, has taken up her deceased mother's life work. TWENTV-8B.VEN states elect governors this fall, and the legislatures then ehosen will take part in the election of thirty-five United States senators. A G&OROIA couple have been remar ried, after being divorced twenty-eight years, at the home of a daughter who never saw her father till the day of he ceremony. I may encourage the perspiring reader to learn that air can be frozen so as to be handled, chough the cost, about $500 a gallon, will prevent any wild rush to place orders EDWARD D. WHITE, associate justice of the United Stat es supreme court, has not be en married as announced, but only had a tumble from his horse. Somebod...

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 July 1894

fif^r- U, ~*i*Bmm !i ROUND THE YEAR Oh beautiful world of green! When bluebirds caiol clear, And illKoutleap And new buds peep, And the soft sky seems more near "With billowy green and leaves what thent How soon we gieet the red again! Oh radlent world of led' When roses blush so rair, And winds blow sweet, And lambkins bleat And the bees hum heie and there. With trill of bobolinksAh, then, Before we know the gold agalnl Oh, beautiful world of gold I When waving grain is ripe, And apples beam, Through the hazy gleam, And quails on the fence-rails pipe With pattering nuts and winds why then How swiftly falls the white again! Oh wonderful world of white' When trees are hung with lace, And the rough winds chide, And suowflakes hide Each bleak, unsheltered place When birds and brooks are dumb, what then* Oh, round we go to green again' George Cooper, in N Independent 4 0 0 HEN Bert Hammond was about eight- een years old his mother died. But be fore her death she exacted from him a promi...

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 July 1894

iM^WtlTOWafei fcfc ,llow &: HWM*M Warren SheaP EP-MATTSONT" Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday,.Tuly 12th, 1804. THIS is what tho Minneapolis Times, a democratic paper sn.ys: Tito people of Minnesota have a great many blessings to he thankful for, anil one of the chiefe.st i.s that their governor is named Nelson ami ot Alrgeld. OUR citu\s ami largo towns are full of men for whom there is no work. Particularly at Uie present timei it the height, of folly for y one to give up a home in the country to eek a livelihood in tho city. It would indeed, he a happy solution of the labor problem if the hundred* of those who are eking out a precari ous existence in the cities eould be induced to realize tho advantages of having a homo of their own in the country, the produce of which would keep them in comfort and make them dependent only upon their own exertions and the kimhiess of a boun tiful Providence.Rt. Paul Dispatch. Of First Sod Turned. Wednesday was...

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