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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 August 1894

i a I ti i 1 123cmr ^SKeaJ JOHN MATTSOV, Editor and Prop. WARREN7 MINN. THE first painting-, so far as known, was done in Egypt, B. C. 2100, by com mand of King- Osywaudyas, to com memorate his exploits.^ A FLORIDA turtle's burrow was ex plored and among1 its inhabitants were found thirteen species of insects, ten of them new to science. "JT ffjrfK heaviest bicycle rider in the avid, is said to be Dr. Meldon, of Dub lin, Ireland, who weighs 378 pounds. He is also an expert lawn tennis player. Miss DOMA PKMHKAIH, who died in the village of Mousehale, on Mounts Hay, in 1788. aged 10'i, vvas the last per son who spoke the Cornish language. As HI- grows older the emperor of Germany shows sigu of coining down fioui his high horse and living less in the^louds He is now (studying- ge- ology. BUNPOKD hAML th, assistant librarian of a Philadelphia library, can recall instantly the title and location on the shelves of any book mentioned, among 110,000 volumes JOHN TJI.KK, Jit son of a former ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 August 1894

fc^f |fir THE 8ECRET OF SUCCESS. Not fancy, merelv, or the rush Of feeling guides the pen or brush, As tint by tint, and line by line The verses grow, the color* shine We find with these the crowning art, Whose maglo can alone Impart To genius all its highest gains The faoulty of taking pains, i Lo, for the joy of years to be, Destined for immortality, We hail the statue's marble grace. The loveliness of form and face. Nor dream what hours the sculptor wrought With tireless hand and anklous thought, Till from (jho stone, with stroke on stroke. The unvelied beauty stlrrod and woke! The rapt musician, whose sweet strain Bids vanquished sorrow smile again, Threw his whole soul, the while he wrote, Into each heaven-aspiring note, Pausing a thousand times before His judgmont passed the perfect score For holding meaner work in scorn, He tolled for ages yet unborn' They learn the secret of suotess, Who seek-?onten with nothing less Perfection, with no aim beside, And missing this, dissatis...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 August 1894

is 1J& IT 1 W~ I $ 4=- Sfc' Si** 'pi^pF^j^^r*' -svsr" Warren Me a J.P.MATTSON,, Editor and Proprietor, Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday. August 16,1894. A SAD ACCIDENT BLOTS OUT THE LIFE O A HAPPY CHILD. Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Beard more, who reside in the town of Sandsville, Polk Co., mourn the loss of their only child, a bright and promising boy, who lost his life in a very sad manner on Monday afternoon, this week. The little fellow had been playing about and for a moment had escap ed his mother's watchful eyes. When she began to look around for him he was nowhere to be seen, and at once she called her husband, who was at work in the field near by. Mr. Beard more went directly to examine the well, from which the cover had been lifted, and from it he drew the lifeless form of his darling boy. In trying to raise the lid he had probably lost his balance and fallen into the vva ter. The name of the young son wasWheat...,. Walter Albert, and he wastwoyears, two months and fo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 August 1894

*I 1 If '4^S S^$S" Walte monfc,l ^fe an vx H-'i EC.. S "s. Mi if. Tt t" fcfci* df*- ,'.U J'VJ1 1" r r. fa&ft MMMMM w? Wa ten MeaT J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, August 1G, 1894, A SAD ACCIDENT BLOTS OUT THE LIFE OF A HAPPY CHILD. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Beardmore, who reside in the town of Sandsville, Polk Co., mourn the loss oi their only child, a bright and promising boy, who lost his life in a very sad manner on Monthly afternoon, this week. The little fellow had been playing about and for a moment had escap ed his mother's watchful eyes. When ehe began to look around for him he was nowhere to be seen, and at once she called her husband, who was at work in the field near by. Mr. Beard more went directly to examine the well, from which the cover had been lifted, and from it he drew the lifeless form of his darling boy. In trying raisethe lid he had probably lost ^$ his balance and fallen into the wn & ter. **&'' fM top* Ther...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 August 1894

f^^^r^ft'f} 1 tf U. i s$* Volume X1Y. Home and County News Whitney leads in low orides, Onll tiL the SHEAF office for flrst -ias job work. The politieal ]o is beginuing to hoi I and will continue to do so till the idea of November. N. .7. W. Nelson will preach in the Swedish Luth. church at Warren, on Sunday, the LMHh inst., tit 8 p. in, Hev. S. 0 Swenson, of Crook ston. preached and conducted com munion service in Vega on Sunday lost. Prof. W. IJ. Walters wont to Stephen Monday to attend the Teachers' Training School iit session there. Thorc promise^ to he big crop of independent tsandidates in this .year's political harvest. The moip the merrier. Threshing was finished on tie Gilbert, far** ttn Tuesdayabont the time harvesting usually has begun in former years. E. ..T.Russell and Donald Stew art, two of Stephen's democratic Avar horses, were in the city Monday ^inferring with our Mae. L. V. rb-audstrom, of Sprnee Valley, started out with his thresh iug rig from Warren on Tuesday t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 August 1894

sr^ 0*1 ?K1 JOHN P. MATTSO N, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ ^MINN. THE statement is made that during the last 100 years France has lost 8,- 000.000 soldiers in war. THE Bank of Japan has a capital of 20,000,000 yen s. The value of the yen is about the same as a silver dollar. A GIRL only 17 years old. who was arrested at Brookl yn recent ly on the charge of vagrancy, could converse fluently in six languages. EXPLORE RS declare that no flowering plant has ever been found within the Antarctic circle. I the Arctic circle 7oii different kinds are known. SKILLFUL LY executed counterfeit $1,- 000 bills are said to be in circulation. That's a pityso many people are lug ging around 91,000 bills just now. HISTORICAL pilgrimages have been Instituted In the east by school classes WAo travel, mainly on foot, over the battlefields of the revolution, in their desire to form a better American pat riotism THE capitol at Washington has cost more than 930,000,000. I covers three and a-half acres, the do m...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 August 1894

*Sp*i \lj I T! A,1. 1 E *f HE SECRET OF TH E EPOOK. The yreat soa called me, and I came From the far hillside, bleak and brown And many grateful blessings meet The twinkle of my silver feet As I pass singing, singing, down. jg, The happy birds my waters drink. The mosses grow so velvet green If I but touch them at my brink. Tho pastured cattle stand andthink, And life is still a shifting scene. I spend my wealth for others' good. And thus, in turn, their best I tuke The wind delights with every mood, Sun, storm or quiet o'er me brood. And each a newer charm doth make. My errand will not let me stay In any spot, though fair it be Pvon while you watch I slip away, By day and night, by night and day, To add my ripple to the sea, Which even needs a brook like me. Charlotte M. Packard, in S. S. Times. 1 HE McNair girls had com- pany, Cadence and Ruth Wheeler, two 1 e-e wi'lint white maids New England locks. Cadence was so named by a fond mother, who detect ed music in the first-born bab}...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 August 1894

VT' i't] 1 i 4 i #J 0 i 1 s^t I NT i*$" 1,1 WarrerT Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper o! Marshall County. Thursday, August 23,1894. A Plea for Home Trade. Minneapolis, Aug, HI, ISM. To THE EDITOR: As secretary of the Northwestern Home Trade Association, it is my duty to be informed of the condi tions which mny influence Northwest ern business interests nnd to give special thought to those conditions bearing directly upon the matter of home patronage. This association was not organized in the interest of liny city or locality, nor is tlte pur pose of the work in the interest of any particular class of business men, but to promote a general sentiment on the part of the northwestern peo ple to trade at home and buy north western products from northwestern merchants when thepri-ccoand goods are equal to those brought from abroad. There probably, no great- 's1!'menace to northwestern retailers than the practice of thousands of farmers and other consumers in send i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 August 1894

f* (1^ is rojiww .r/r. Hom and Count New Whitney leads in loiv orL'as. Coll nt. the SHEAF office for first class job work. Let everybody look out for fires in this dry weather. Hon. Geo. It. Robmts, of Ste phen, was in the city yesterday. A fine daughter was bom to Mr. and Mis. Win. Dixon on Monday thin week. The wheat that is not already jMireshed is, or ou/rlife to b\ in stack by tltis time. Our merchants are laying in large stocks of goods in anticipation of a lively fall trade, Wild ]IIUHM are very plentiful t'MJH year, and both young-uud old liave lots of fun picking them. Twius were born to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wood, of the rembinu farm, last week, one of them be ing still born. E. I. Hoyem is the wheat buyei in the Minnesota & Dakota Elevator To.'s elevator, where Air. Fretz bought hist year. Mrs. C. Winchester's mother arrived last Saturday from Uiver Falls, Wis., to stay with her son. iihe is an old lady and an invalid. The delegates from this county to the Democratic sta...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 August 1894

ir A LL JOHN P. ATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. The value of public school property in the United States is estimated at 9400,000,000. A NEW YORK syndicate has been formed for the purpose of buying an island off the coast of Maine, stocking it with black foxes and engaging in the fur trade. IN 1803, 3,841 ships passed through the Suez canal, yielding $68,000,000 in dues. The canal is only 88 miles long, but it reduced the distance from. Eng- land--to-India, by sea, nearly 4,000 miles. WHAT is generally believed to be the first iron bridge ever built is still in use. It spans a small stream on the Worcepjer ,& Shrewsbury railroad in Englahtf, and was( erected in 1778. It is ninety-six feetiong, THOMAS J. JACKSON, who died recent ly, and who was believed to be the richest man in Webster county, Ky., arranged his business matters so that persouB indebted to him will have un til five years after his death to make settlement THE London Missionary society in its hundredth year ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 August 1894

'%iT B1 7 7 It as THY WILL BE DONfc. When faith is arched with sunny blue, And life is but the caroling Of memories of pleasant hue And thoughts that can no sadness bring, How eas\ then it is to say On bended knee day unto day: Thy will be done But when the morning's rosy light We see not through out te ir-dimmed eyes, And Peace has winged herself from sight, And bird-songs are but mockeries. How hard a thing it is to say, On bended knee day unto day. "Thy will be done rnrice blessed they, or high or low, Or rich ot poor, in youth or age. Who calmly walk through weal or woe And con life lessons page by page, And with an honest heart can say, And with a child-like trust can pray Thy will be done Katherine H. Terry in Good Housekeeping. A WONDEEFUL BIDE. One of the Adventures of John Gilpin, Junior. N doubt you have all read "th di verting- history" of John Gilpin's Ride a holiday jau nt of a hundred years ago The sad Mr. Cowper's gay ac count of this expedition races from London down...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 August 1894

Ik 'A *"i fe "11 S-T" i ft M.4^ j ^T WarrenrfiheaP. JTP.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall Ceunty. Thursday, August flO, 5894. THE Minnesota State FaiTwiffbe lield midway between St. Paul and Minneapolis Sept. 1 0 to 15. AH rail roads in the state have agreed to make one fare for the round trip during I he week oi the fair. II. P. HALL, the veteran newspa per mnn of Minnesota, lately man aging editor of the St. Paul* Globe, will begin the publication of a new morning paper in St. Paul. Its name will be the "Morning Call", and it will begin calling on September 1st. That Mr. Hall will make it a bright, interesting and influential paper from the start goes without saying. May the "Call" prosper and ever be a "loud voice tailing in the wilder- ness." THE annual excursion of the editors of the fetate will be a ti ip from Duluth to Buffalo, N Y., and return, by the Great Noi thern Steamship Com. parry's elegants tea meY "Northwest" A side excursion to Niagara Full...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 September 1894

.&>.. Home and County News Whitney loada in lotv prices. 04iII nfcfclieSHEAF office for first rlatwjob work. Let everybody look out for flres in this dry weutli *r. Mnyor Powell nnd wife returned home on Saturday last week. Airs. 1). Bernard visited friends tit Euclid for few days last week, returning home on Saturday. F. L. Murray, of the Murray Woodard Lumber Co., was among t!ie arrivals on Tuesday morning's train. jg\ The 1 jies of the M. E. clmrch will serve itrlfaenm and cik on Sat urday, Sept 8th, at the CntriJ Drugstore buHdirig. Miss Hannah Smith, daughter of John G. Smith, of Vega, left Mom 1 ly for No.thfield, Minn to attend school at Ctirletoii College. Judge Lakin returned from St. Paul on Monday morning, where he had been to bid on the drainage work to tie done on Snake river. Wheat 42 cents, flax $1.02, were the quotations on the bulletin board in Hank of Warren on Tuesday. Which is the better paying crop? Wm. Box has been employed as a collector for the McCormi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 September 1894

w- mv 43, hf r* Ml*. Hom and Count New Whitney leads in low orices. Gall ntfclieSHI:AT office for first* rlnss job work. Lot everybody look out for flres in this dry weath H\ Mayor Powell and wife returned home on Saturday Inst week. Mrs. I). Bernard visited friends tit Euclid for a few days last week, returning home on Hat unlay. F. L. Murray, of the Murray Woodard Lumber Co., was among t'ie arrivals on Tuesday morning's train. The lades of the M. E. church will serve ice cream and ike on Sat urday, Sept* 8th, at the C.*ntrt*l Drugstore building. Miss Hannah Smith, daughter of John G. Smith, of Vega, left Mon* il iv for No.-t.liffoM, Miim to attend school at Carletoa College. Judge Lnkin returned from St. Paul on Monday morning, where he had been to bid on the drainage work to de done on Snake river. Wheat 42 cents, flax $1 02, were the quotations on the bulletin board in Hank of Warren on Tuesday. Which is the better paving crop? Win. Box has been employed as a collector for the M...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 September 1894

ufi. u. *jl e& JO HN P. MATTSO N, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ I MINN. PABAOUAT is governed under a con stitution which is strikingly similar to that of the United States. PHILADELPH IA has an organized charity which supplies to the poor at actual cost ice, sterilized milk and pre pared infants' food. IK you want to see the highest light houso on the American coast go to Cape Henry, Va. The structure is i65 feet in height, bui lt wholly of iron. CALIFORN IA has one of the most re markab le timber belts in the world, embraci ng 4 125 square miles and con taining 132,000,000.000 feet of lumber. THBC edible dogs in Ch ma are known by their bluish tongues. They never bark and are very taciturn. P'our and a half millions are slaughter ed an nually to titillate the palates of the celestials. A N ambitio us engineer in Pittsbur gh wants to lay a pipe line from that city to the nearest point on the Atlantic coast for the puipose of supplyi ng the people of western Pennsylvania with ea wat e...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 September 1894

Pi TfiM ft/* V". /?1 i.' tK. V ft* PUMPKINS IN THECORN* *^PC i|-*& When the purplmp ha/c of autumn KulJs upon the di.st.mt hills And old mother rth sits smillnpf Till my hcirt with rapture thrills Lllce a jfirl who groets her lovor, When lovo's sweetest thoughts are born, I behold with eyes of gladness Golden pumpkins In the corn. I behold the landscape glimmer 'Neath the mellow autumn skies. In a dream of fleeting beauty All the world around me lies. I can feel my pulses tingle, While I laugh each ill to scorn, When I aee those yellow pumpkins As they ripen in the corn. Whon I see them in my fanoy I am back again a boy, To the time when life before me Was an endless round of joy. And among the pleasant memories Of the days that have gone by, I still think of jack o' lanterns And dear mother's pumpkin pie. I can taste them while my fancy Turns again to husking bees, When the girls are all a-flutter And the boys for kisses tease While the pumpkins nudge each other In a kind of so...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 September 1894

8*^ Mi M? ft- I if t*- if 5 l* vm^/mE&ttmii Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Of/icial Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, September 6th, 1894. CONGRESS has adjourned and the eonntry can now heave a sigh of r^ lief. THE SHEAF acknowledges the re ceiptor a complimentary ticket to the first annual fair of tiie Polk and Norman County Pair Association to be held at Fertile, Sept. 26 to 28th. As WILL be seen in the report ol the democratic convention, the dem ocrats nominated It. Glavin for au ditor. Though the democrats are in a hopeless minority in this county and ordinarily cannot hope to elect any one, yet with such a candidate as Glavin, "there's hope for Israel yet." Mr. Glavin i* accredited with being the best auditor the county *ver had and laying all politics on the shelf it, the man who ought to be elected to the office.Argyle Banner. THE democratic cwmty convention could have mode no better choice "than when it placed the name of It Glavin on their ticket as...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 September 1894

I' PI:- 1 I i if*' I .*r la i ft. i Er rv*.. 'W $v IT FoZw/we XIV. Home and County News Whffcnejr leada in lov oriees. J. H. McArthur arrived in town recently. fall at the SHEAF office for first olass job work. A. Grindpland departed for St. Paul Inst night. H. M. Swanson has gone to Min neapolis. to learn the undertaking business. J. E. Ostrom is improving right along, and we hope to see him on deck nguin as usual. Miss Ella Johnson departed from Warren last evening, for the south era part of the state. Mrsv Win. Keenan, of Buffing ton, is reported yery low with eon sumptionmuTtiot expected to live. -itev. T. Eggen, of Grand Forks, will hold services in the Norwegian Lutheran church in Warren on Sun day forenoon, 4.P. Malison left for St. Paul Wednesday evening last, week to join the editorial excursion hound for Buffalo, N. Y., via Duluth and the Great Lakes. The weather continues dry but *ooler several hunting parties have tfone out from the city, aid as a con sequence chickens a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 September 1894

lam M M| "'V s. JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ MINN. MSXICAN authorities place anarchists and cholera on exactly the same foot ing, and treat them alike. EVERY man has an agreeable side to "him, but it is sometimes necessary to go entirely around rira to get to it. AND now the roarof Niagara has been photographed and may be heard in any part of America for a small fee. A DISTINGUISH ED French specialist is now claiming that a hypodermic in jection of nitrate of strychnine will cine alcoholism. A PAP KB down in Texas advertises for "a first-class driving horse for a lady that must be young and gentle and easy to manage." APFIE-GBEEN shirts, a Cond on fash ion authority avers] are to be the cor rect thi ng for men the coming season. many a chappie they will be sin gularly appropriate. A N association of cyclone Burvivors is being formed in a weste rn town. Only those who have passed safely through a genuine cyclo ne or have lived a year with a stormy wife are eligible to me...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 September 1894

s*4 I I ft aMMMlV \r& mi *t-J.i8* 4 T A LITTLE SUNBEAIVI. Upstairs and downstair*, Pat her little feet, Climbing Chiming, All the happy day, Hugging dolly close and sweet, Teaching her to dunce and play, Up and down the stair**' Upstairs, and downstali a, Laughing if she falls, Flashing Dashing, Like an April rain Paying flails to mamma house Bows and smiles and bows again. Up and down the stairs' Up stairs and down stairs, Gayly chattering. Beaming, Gleaming, Moves the golden head, Sunbeams always scattering Wherever she may tread Up or down the stairs' Lulu Curran, in Good Housekeeeing. J?OAD QENIUS ^Qun WATERS ESLEY STER- RITT was a thrifty soul and enterpris- ing- I early youth he was a crossroads gen i s. The country house wive s, when their children had a new hat or a new knife or the like, used to ay at school time* "Go 'long1, now, and don't let Wesl ey Sterritt trade you out o' that. Don't swap with him at all N casual observer wou ld even sus pect him of shrewdnessa fa...

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