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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 July 1894

vv $' fc & A A ft jo ^x. WxYtWK&&3&9& ^if^^ss^ssms^^m^i^s^, Warrfen Sheaf. J.P.MATTSDN, Editor and Proprietor. O'flgfal Paper of Marshall County. Thursday. July 12fch, 1894. JVT-THIS is what the Minneapolis ^Vl, Times, a democratic paper sa.ys: J^&Tlie people of Minnesota have a $K jrrent many blessings to ho thankful ik? for, and one of the ohiff rat is that their governor is named Nelson and ^i not Altguld. Omi cities and large towns are fiift **r^ mon for whom tlioro is no work. rrticulai]y at the present time in it the height of folly for to -Rive up a home in the country to eek a livelihood in tho city. It would indeed, be a hnppy solution of the labor problem if the hundred* of those who nie eking out a precari ous existence in the cities -could be induced to realize the advantages of having a home 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 tho kindness of a boun...

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 July 1894

a, I I* Ai h- "*W: Home and County Hews Whitney leads in low Driees. This weather is a scorcher. Seoil Grain Notes for sale at the SHEAF office. Call tit the SHEAF office lor Bret class job work. Otto Konjr, of Folduhl, was in town yesterday. Swedish and Norwegian books wt fie Hook Store. The county board is in session this week as a Board of Equaliza tion. Minneapolis Journal orTt-ihmip, including Sunday Times, 10 cents per week at the Hook store. July Review of Reviews, Ladies' Horn*} Journal, Outing, Puck, Judge and Truth at the Book Store. L- Lninberson and J. P. Mutt son nttemtai the llepublicnn state convention at St. Paul as delegate*--. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hilleboe are Lnppy over the birth of bonny daughter, the great event occurring on Tuesday last week. Gov. Knnre Nelson will address the people of Marshall county upon the political questions of the day, ut Ai-gyle, July 28th, at 1 :.*J0 P. M. It tried hard to rain yesterday, but it couldn't. LATER: It could. Fine rain yeste...

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 July 1894

1 1 J' 9T IP- 'S lU-^ si4* 'A I '*2Sa*ren ^Shcaf JOHN MATTSOX, Editor and r*rop. WARREN~ MINN. QUEKV VICTORIA rules 11,476,057 square miles of the earth's territory and 878,785,857 of its population. IT is said that the orthodox church of Russia is rich enough to pay the 91,000,- 000,000 national debt of Russia and yet not impoverish itself. "WOMEN in Life Insurance" is the title of an article going the rounds of the papers. She ought to be a success, for she talks fairly well. THE table upon which President Lin coln signed the Emancipation procla mation is now the property of United States Treasurer Morgan. BY an English invention camel's hair, cotton plant and chemicals are being substituted for leather in ma chinery betting with considerable suc cess. IT is computed that all the houses in London and New York could be built of the lava thrown out by Vesuvius since the first recorded eruption in A. D. 79. A CATERPILLAR in the course of a month will devour 0,000 times its own weight...

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 July 1894

I N fif THE REPUBLICANS. They Name Their Choice for Of floial Places. Th Convention a Large One, and Nelson .Renominated, and After a Close Fight, Bob Dunn Secures the Auditor- ship. For GovernorKnute Nelson. For Lieutenant GovernorD. M. dough. For Secretary of StateAlbert Berg. For State AuditorRobert C. Dunn. For State TreasurerA. T. Koerner. For Attorney GeneralHenry W. Childs. For Clerk Supreme CourtDarius Reese. For Chief Justice Supreme Court Chas. M. Start. For Associate Justice Supreme Court L \V Collins. The Republicans of Minnesota, the 11th, zield the largest state convention at St Paul, ever recorded in the history of the state W hen Tarns Bixby called the convention to order theie were 1,017 delegates present. Upon motion of C. Evans, lion. A. Barto, of Sauk Center, was selected as temporary chairman Henry Feig, of Kandiyohi county,was selected as temporaly secretary and H. Wascott as assistant Upon motion of e\-Gov. Merriam the chair was authorized to appoint four comm...

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 July 1894

"..fiABf?" ?f rj, Isfr h: *& Warren fThTa J.P.MATTSON, ,v/ Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall Counly. Thursday. July 19th, 1894. NEITHER the A. It. U., the A. P. A nor any other class organization can be preniitted to rule this coun try. IT is said that Polk county hod candidates for nearly every office on the Populist state ticket. No dearth of great men in that county, surely. KNUTE NKLSON was renominated for governor unanimously by accla mation by the Republican state con vention. The nominees for the other offices are good strong men. PRENDEROAST, the murderer of Carter Harrison, was hanged last Friday. Thus after long mid numer ous delays the wretch finally received his deserved fate. And the' world is better without such men in it. THE great strike is not yet fully settled und disturbances are occur ring daily in different, parts of the Union. A report says that Debs,. Howard, Keliher, anil Rogers have been arrested and placed in jail. IN behalf of the repre...

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 July 1894

class job work. rv Si A. St?' &: iv'-i' H. I. Ciolden & Co. soil coffins mid all kinds of undertaking goods Then* will IH* preaching in the M. E. clnuvli next Sunday forenoon by B'v. S. David. A bonny brilit-oyed daughter Arrived at the hcaie of W. N\ Powell Sunday. All its wolk Mrs. George Hunter, of Owaton tta.Minn., fa visiting her daughter, Sirs, W\ }i. Powell, of this city. Fred. Anderson li,a moved the Warren Laundry into the hotel *mildii]fc..SenU .ov^iipiud. by Mi\ McMamhs. j, Miss Lena Taralseth and Miss Amanda Langeland returned dome Tuesday from vijk, with friends ufc Crooksto a. ~*^$%Jr H, S. Hillelme, the Prohibition candidate for governor, is a brother of S. Hilleboe, the book-keeper for Mr. Taralseth... Mrs. L. C. Kctehanrs mother, who'has been IWBWJJJ a visit, return ed to her homo'ut Miuooka, 111., on Tuesday eveuingv Mw. StrnLton, and two daugh ters, of Minooka, ill., arrived yester day morning to visit at the home oi iier Bister, Mrs. L. (J. Keteham. Mrs. ...

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 July 1894

it JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and r*rop. WARREN~ I MINN. SINCE Denmark established dairy schools and made a seience of butter making* 100,000,000 pounds of butter hajy ,bffft,n ejoportfed from the country annually. STREET bands are not permitted in Germany unless they accompany pro cessions. In Vienna the organ grind ers are allowed to play only between mUdftiay^and sunset. Wit* FREDERICK DUPPEN, of Cincin nati, has just learned that seventeen years ago, Frederick Miller, make a remark derogatory of her character, and has entered a suit for Slander. IN Massachusetts they have a new hangman's device, by which the victim springs his own trap and thus commits suicide. The first man to experiment with it is named John Cronin, of Bos ton Miss DHANBAI FARDONJER BANAJEE, aged It! years, of Bombay, is the first woman to go from India to Paris for art study. She has succeeded in hav ing one at her pictures hung in' the Paris salon MRS,, MARY GREENE, who celebrated her i02 birthday a few days ag...

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 July 1894

I\ & God country for the souls that are at re9t' Bright noons a-drowslng er Its slumbrous ieas Even fair herald In a boundless west, The day-dawn flush, the night calm mys teries Bat ah' when spirit-winds blow chill, when care Broods on our fortunes with a surly frown. When loss negation, scorn are ours to bear, Give me the town' Yonder the lark sings o'er the light-kissed plain Early, at even thiough some quiet vale, First lovo owns, half with pleasure, half with pain The passion music of the nightingale Put here mens voices, through exchange and mart, Men footsteps ringing blithely up and down, Warm human strength, close beating heart to i heart, In the wide town! Ye who wouldfinda balm In solitude, And peace where foot of man doth rarely tread Oblivion home is with the multitude. Surely with i,s who labor for our bread Nay, not for bread alone a purer strife, A deeper nobler strugl for renown, Wealth honor, fame all that is best in life, Thrills through the town! Joy should b...

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 July 1894

3 I I &:. 8&: Warren fiheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor* Official Paper !ttaHfi&YICounty. Thursday, July 20th, 1894. A. tinixDKLAND, of Wmren, has been appointed a memlwr at large on the Republican Stute Cen tral Committee. The appointment is an excellent one, nnd worthily be Htowed. Ife will prove a useful mem ber tin the committee. t"..'. 'j Mil. UKNNKTT MALBKHG, of Excel township, received the Peoples party nomination for clerk of court- of Mar shall county. Mr. Malherg ia a con acientious, able and deserving man and his name upon the Peoples par ticket will add great strength in eastern Marshall county.Thief Riv er Falls Press. W. A. CASK announces himself in this issued the SHE AF as an inde pendent"candidate for re-election to the ofliee of Clerk of District Court, a position which he has fdled with credit to himself, and satisfactorily to the people, during the past four years, lie has made a, goo d, faith ful, obliging, and efficient Clerk o. Court, and m...

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

it 51/' I' r! 'AT I Home and County News' ou..naiuer Whitney loads in low orices. Call at the SHEAF office for first -lass job work. J. P. J^nndin, of Stephen, was in town yesterday. 1). Robertson, of Argute, was in the city Tuesday. On account of hay being scarce this year farmers will do well to take good care of their straw. Minneapolis Journal orTribune, ini'luding Sunday Times, 10 cents' per week at the Hook Store. Harvesting is now in full Sheriff Sinclair brought Joseph IVrault, of Aruyle, to the asylum at Fergus Kails for treatment, the same being ordered by the Judge of Pro butt. F. S. George went to Crookston last night to meet his wife and child ren, who were coming trom Minne apolis to reside with him at Warren in Hie future. John E. Ostrom and Aug. Lund- 3*ren with their families have left Sweden and are now on their way back to this country. They are ex pected in Warren before long. There are no bile men around now. Many farmers have been unable to procure the necessar...

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

ftV JO HN P. MATTSO X, Editor and Prop. WARREN. MINN. ANY man's writing denotes charac ter when found at the foot of a check, if it is good. GE N. Boom claims that the Salvation Army converts to Christianity 200,000 people every year. THK new constitution of New York, now being prepared by the convention at Albany, will provide for courts of arbitration forth settlement of labor disputes. irf^JlovaX mowing machine is being b$ilfc ton use on the &rie canal. I is to run over the bottom of the canal bed and cut the long grass which grows there. THE first president in the history of the world was the Prophet Daniel, who wa,s. appointed the chief of three presi dents of the people in his kingdom by King Darius. TUB indications are that the next generation of men will not boast to their Vives of how good their mothers' cooking used to taste. They are being brought up on cooking done by the hired girl. XHBBE are the names of the little daughter of Archduke Stephen of Aus tria: Maria Im...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 August 1894

rfm. A' 1' II '^f v f%, -flr "-\ir^"'^-''V w^PT AFTER THE RAIN. 3 rain was over and every leaf Was flushed with IOSJ light, The daisies laughed from theli childish grief And their ee we-e teary-brlght And the meadow spider with golden crown Ran up by his silver stair Shaking the trembling raindrops down That hung and twinkled theie. Their ebony flfes the crickets tried, And e\er the shiillcr blew, His furry bonnet the wild bee dried, Scraping its dust and Oew And the drops slid do .vn 1 om the green grass stem Into the moss cups fine, The watei glowed on the strawberry gem, Brewing the fairies wine The hair-bird trilled in the pearl-strung bush. And the loadside steamed with balm, In the dripping forest the hermit thrush Lifted his silveiy psalm Over the mountain like amber mist The sun on the woodlands laj, He pledged to the glittering leaves he kissed, To-morrow a golden day Irene Putnam, in Good Housekeeping MILLIE'S UREEN PEAS. The Part Ifaey Played In the Scheme of Human Events...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 August 1894

if n-,.*?f-" iiifflif Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, Angnnt 2, 1894. A BIO fire in Minneapolis Monday destroyed properly to (lie value of $400,000. THE most gentle and docile' horse in the world will kick over the traces sometimes when he finds he is illy treated. As SOON as the Democrats and Prohibitionists have held their con ventions then the chin music will commence. JOHN P. LUNOIN, of Stephen, is candidate for state senator. He is an able, IcveMieaded man and would make a first-class senator. WARREN got left, as she usually does, at the republican convention. If we had not got the Judge of Pro bate we would have been "skunked" entirely. THE Republican congi-essiottitl con vention for the seventh district will be held at Fergus falls on Aug. 14. If a good clean strong man is nomi nated he will get elected, for this is a Republican year. IVNUTK NELSON'S speech at Argvle was devoted mainly to answering the arguments o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 August 1894

i %r ih V' Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper o! Marshall County. Thursday, AngiiRt 2, 1894. Jl^ A ma fire in Minneapolis Monday destroyed property to tlie value of #400,000. MT* THE most gentle mid docile horse in the world will kick over tlie traces p|i sometimes when he finds he is illy fr.! treated. 1 5. "V tShr-' 6^V 1 I msm As SOON ns the Democrats and Prohibitionists have held their con ventions then the chin iqugip will commence. 1-#^t"'|l|~ i JOHN'P. LUNDHT, of Stephen, is a candidate for state senator. He is an able, level-headed man and would make a first-class senator. WARREN got left, as she usually does, at the republican convention. If we had HOC got the Judge of Pro bate we would have been "skunked" entirely. THE Republican congressional con vention for the seventh district will be held at Fergus Falls on Aug. 14. If a good clean, strong man is nomi nated he will get elected, for this is a Republican year. wKM^^&tA KNUTE NELSON'S spe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 August 1894

sB*-? fc. Home and County News Dr.y ami warm 'atlier. Whitney leads in low prices. Call at the SHEAF office for first* class job work.. Editor NovoLi-y. of the lianner, uv UH a rrnttfntjtl fall on Monday. P- toftlqiiist wturiied-jester/ frout a trip to Moof- day mnmuii head. ^Harvest hands are plentiful tins year. Almost every train tiriiigs "a fresh supply. IMS. Moasoy. of Thief River Falls, attended to business matters .at Warren an TuesJny. ^-7l'he family of P. S. tieorge has amtved, and occupy living rooms back #th Book Store.- .*^T- (Jeoryy iMass\v who now res'des with his family at Durand Wte.r\vas among-1he arrivals last Friday. C'has. Witferistein, "manage? ol the Irish fa nn, s.-.ij^'s he will finish cu fciu- wheat first part of next week. Ed Sice says that at least nine tenths of the young prairie chickens have perished on account of the drought. According: to the latest advises from Unf war in the Orient, the Japs iiave a strong pull on the pig tails ot the Chinese. Walte...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 August 1894

9?' fe^ kt!-i 0" if I J.' i 5 1% JOHN P.fe^,T T80N, Editor ^nd Prop. WARREN, MINN. HE area of the United States, in sluding Alaska,, is^ 8,501,404 square miles, witAAj, population* f 62,'982,244 inhabitants A MYSTERIOUS shower recently fell at Cambridge, Mass., of frog's with very prominent eyes. Scientists say they had been seeing stars. HE recfiJJtygiStt .of th.e cruiser Chi cago to England has' called anew the attention of our cousins there to the American navy, and they are saying some eulogistic things of it. No RECEPTACiIh has ever been made strong enough to resist the bursting power of. freezing water. Twenty pound steel shells have been burst asunder as if.made of pottery. *4Mli i M' IIKNMY CLA\'S only daughter died and was buried at Lebanon, O., in 1825. Her remains have just been removed to Lexington, Ky., and they now rest in the Clay vault beside those of the great Kentuckian. Wv5 WiifcN ijt-coMfevto& costly toys thja latest presejn^ t'67%1$r6t king of Spain may be b...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 August 1894

if* -if- f. u^. i I "S I- c $ 6 SCHOOLBOY LOVE. If you love me"said the trembling lips Bent close to the cheek like arose fresh blown, And the ardent gaze of the youthful swain Sought the downcast orbs close beside his own If you love me"strove the falt'ring tongue So vainly to tell what the heart held dear, And the flush rose high on the boyish brow O'er the ripe red lips so inviting near. If you love me"then the pleading tones Oained strength as the youth more cour ageous grew, And the small brown hands nestling in his own Lay impassive there, as he nearer drew As I love you"ah, the maglo tale That's been always new since the world was young. And repeated o'er and o'er again The wide world around and in every tongu*. No knife can out"that was easy, quite, 'Twas the op'ning words that were hard to say And a gallant air rested on the boy As he closed his plea in a reckless way "Our love in two!" It was out at last. And a stolen kiss promptly sealed the vow. Ah, sweet was the tale in...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 August 1894

.*&>*' I Warren SheaP J.P.lftATTSON, Editor and Proprietor.- OMcial Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, Alight W&l. Commissioners' Proceedings. Proceedings of the Board of Coun ty Commissioners at their special meeting held in Warren* An*. 6, 1894, Meeting called to order by chair man, full hoard present. Petition of Hans H. Dvbdalil, legal voter, to have his lands set off from school Dist,. No. 61, to Disk. No 68, granted, and it was ordered thai the following described property IM set oft" from Dist. No. 01 and become a part of Dist. No. 08, to-vrit: Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Sec. 18, Tivp. .150, ttiiiigu 43, and N. K. S. E. of See. 13, Twp. 156, Rug. 44. Affidavit of service of school no tices made by D. B. Bnkke accepted and put on file. Application of the supervisors ol the town of West Valley for an ap propriation of 100 to* be used foi road and bridge purposes allowed. Application of the supervisors oi the town of Parker for an appropri ution of #200, to be used for ditch...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 August 1894

1* i 1 "W i. I M.S1 .N c- sc* ('I IS1" Home and County News Whitney leads in low orices I trained a little yesterday af ternoon. Call at the SHEAF office for first class job work. We had a fine shower of rain'+CITY Monday afternoon. M. V. Gilbert, of Chicago, nrriv ed yesterday ^lorning. Cms. Snger was down from Kittson county on Monday. Arthur Franklin is over from Grafton shaking hands with, old Warren friends. A fine son was born to Mr. mid Mrs. D. A. Whitney, on Tuesday evening, this week. 35-.G.-S. AHoir, of St. Cloud, is back again and will run the threshing en-" j^ine for Mr. Dixon this year, also. Miss Maf' Frank, of Warren*, Minn., is ^g-iiest of hereo'iiSh)' Miss Maude Hrthvnrds.Tracy TtppubJican. Charles Adolphson and wife ar rived from Minneapolis last Satur day, to visit relatives and friends in this county. ClmrlesjCi.Howlmid, from Hock well, Iowa, inhere visiting' friends nnd enjoying the bracing climate of the Red Hiver Valley. A. E. Walker, of Buffalo, Minn., is her...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 August 1894

&- rti- M* ^tWAi 1 "2 3 cmr A i fpfjft ville) attempted to carrying supplies qw **yw,, -^^Egqai ^ShcaJ JO HN P. MATTSO N, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN. THE first paintin g, so -far as known, as done in Egypt, B. C. 2100, by com mand of King Osywaudyas, to com emorate his exploits. A FLORI DA turtle's burrow was ex plored and among its inhabitants were found thirteen species of insects, ten of them new to science. ffi $ A., rfOheaf et'^iQK'le l|der fe the Mtrfl*to?bl. Vel4 of Dub lin, Ireland, who weighs pounds. He is also an expert lawn tennis player. Miss DOL LY PEN rnfaA r$, Hjho died in the village of Mousenale, on Mounts Hay, in 1788. aged 10'J, was the last per son pr^pjqpgky tp( Cornish language. As E grows older the emperor of Qermany shows signs of coming down fioui his high horse and living less in thQjggl&uds. is now studying Dlog BUNFO RD SAMUE L, assistant librarian *bf a Philadelphia library, can recall instantly the title and location on the Shelves of any boo...

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