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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 September 1894

*l Warren SheaP. .T.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. ONicial Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, September 13th, 1894. Editorial Correspondence, It-ninth, Minn., Sept. 8, '94, We left Warren on the 5th inst.,for St. Paul to join the annual excursion of the State Editorial Association to Buffalo, N. Y., via Dulnth and the Great Lakes. The evening of the 6th we were present nfc the superfine ban quet given to the editors by the citi zens of St. Paul at Hotel Ryan. That it was a swell affair goes with out saying'. There were so many courses served that we lost track of them, neither could we count the ar my of colored gentlemen who waited at the tables. We were in the same predicament as the farmer who at tempted to count his pigs. He counted ten of them, but one little one ran so fast that he hadn't time to count them. There must have been 50 at least. If ever there were a lot of stuffed editors anywhere, it was at the Ryan that night. We al most busted. After beingstuffed full in th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 September 1894

^'S^-' vMr L# i i 3S Volume XIV. Home and County News WWtwtfcy leads in lov Drives. Call at. the SHEAF office for firsts? lass job work. "~f Notice what A. H. Southworth says to tlio farmers in another col umn. Congressman MeCleary is book* d to apeak at Win-on, Oct. 20th at 2 P. M. Henry Swanson, tlie furniture man, is in Minnenpolis attending convention of undertakers, suit] bik ing lessors in embalming. On neconnt. of leaving the city, I wish to rent my residence ami sell my furniture, and. household goods. rurtirtHtrtwe&tefl witt'proase'eail. 1W P. Si. SA.YIUEI-.SON.' Chester Stee returned to the city on Tuesday, and has gone to work in his father'*- ntore. He lias spent the past couple year.-" in Minneapo lis. Attention is called to the ndver-% tisemenf of the Great Northern Hail way which appears in another col umn, specifying its very attractive list of publications. Kmite Nelson is expected to ad dress the people of Warren on the evening of Oct. 8th. Next day he is vxpev...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 September 1894

Jt lit 1' JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. BOLAT A, the product of a tree in Sumatra, threatens to beco me a rival of India rubber and gutta-percha. 4wJapan newspapers ha ve to keep "a prison editor," who languishes in jail to ato ne for the crimes of bad ^JilfY. -ELECT WOODBURY and Lieut (jof -Elect Mansur, of "Vermont, have 6|tch anerapty sleevethe right sleeve. Each man lefc his arm in Virginia some thirty years ago i PROS'. W. A. EDDY estimates that bodi es suspended one thousand feet In the air exert at the earth's surface a pull equal to fifteen times their own Weight Campaigni ng outfits should include a balloon forth use of candi dates. PKESIDBNT HILL, of the Grea North ern railway, offered five thousand acres iu Minnesota to be divided among the homeless victims of the forest fires. The Jatid is to be cut up into twent y* acre lots and cash contributions used tosettl the people upon it* CHIEF WADLIN, of the Massachusetts bure au of statistics and labor, has 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. — 20 September 1894

&* THE PENNY-POST. O peaceful knight of modem birth! With wMght of mail And coit of gray, How little can you know the worth Of all the matter you oonvey The printed paper, early sent, With hasty glance we throw away, And yet Its columns represent The toil of many, every day. The countless adve rtisements, too, That In our refuse basket lay. Were written with an end in view And costWell, let the printers say. The hasty scrawl upon a card, Which tidings brings from far away, Is dearer than the choicest bard To waiters anxious from delay. Those billetsdoux may volumes mean When not a word of love they say. For safe between the lines, I ween, No tender message goes astray The budding poet sends his rhymes For classio journals to display. You bring them backas many times Returned with thanks," is all they say. Now comes an invitation neat To wedding, social or soiree, Perchance a bill we pledged to meet But not a chance for checks to pay. Anon a letter draped in black Brings news of ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 September 1894

M| at z\ Warren Sheaf. Wm J.P.MATTBON, .igt^' Editor and Proprietor. Of/isul Paper of Marshall County. Thurailajr. September 20th, 1894. THE EDITORIAL^EXOUR- SIQN. On the Steamer "Northwest" We boarded themngnificentsteam- "Northwest)" of the Northern Steamship Company at Duluth, on Saturday, Sept. Kth, at about 11 A. M. After having our berth assigned to us, we, and the other members of our party, strolled about the vessel inspecting its different parts So as 'to become familiar with our new home, i il were, where we were to live, move and have our being for a week. We will not endeavor at this point of our narrative to give a full de scription of this floating palace, but suffice it to say, that it. is by far the finest vessel on the Great Lakes, and the only exclusively passengersteam- *M\ Its length 38G feet, and iti. built niid equipped in accordance with the most modern ideas of ship construction. The furnishings an most elegant and costly, and beaut and harmony are seen in al...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 September 1894

'.f I -kft- 'W N?, *ri. Volume XIV. Home and County News vWhflney leads in low Drieee. Call at the SHEAF office fop flrst chijob work. Mrs. W. N. Box nnd children ar rived last week from South Bond, Wash. Bob and Eva McGinley, the re filled entertainers, nt the Opera House to-night. Mr. E. Easton, of Owatonnn, Minn., is visitim* his son, Mr. J. P, Easton, of this city. Mr, and Mrs. Mnthias Swan son, of Big Woods, are visiting tfceiv Son, Henry M. Sivnuson, this week. A good soaking rain eame on Saturday last week. It was much needed, and will facilitate fall plow toff. -Timorort)| .fudge Hull, and aauw**, Rttey stormont, of Prince ton, Ind., arrived on Thursday lost types,,to make a visit. Theodore Moulton and family nave moved from Fergus Fulls to West Superior, and orders thcSoBAF sent to the latter place. Edward Dalquist, son of Eli Dalquist, left yesterday evening for Minneapolis to attend the Minnea polis School of Fine Arts. J. A. Xordgren, a former resi dent of Foldahl, is bu...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 September 1894

i,J M*' St k fc 1! JO HN P. MATTSO N, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ I I MINN. THE people of the United States are fond of bananas. They ate 1,285,000,000 of them last year. ALMOST one-sixteenth of the popula ttdn of the District of Columbia Is made up of widows. QUE EN VICTORIA suffers a great deal from rheumatism in her knees. Un kueesy lies the head, etc. *v" IT is estimated since the Christian era began over 4,000,000,000 human be ings have perished in war. TnK amount of money invested in electrical industries in this country is something- over $1,000,000,000. MH. LOUIS GATHMAMJ, a "western abtronomer," claims to have-seen grass on the moon. Let him look again and maybe he will see the sign: "Keep Off," and so on. PAITI will spend the winter in Eu rope, and it is uncertain what she will do next year She ought to settle down to the quiet enjoyment of her large surplus of American dollars. THE corn crop of the United States is estimated this year at 1,200,000,000 bushels. I has averuged...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 September 1894

1 1 4** 4 J- i *"V" I&HL ri*u*ei9?&MV W **J? i ^l'* #p* TKVV -3 .M "A.8 VA PLAY GENTLY. Play gently on heartstrings, they will not sustain Rude pressure and force without exquisite i. jpain i !The shock which you give them on, onward will roll. And with its deep agony torture the soul. Play gently on heartstrings, if rude be your touch, Fhey will autre* and groan, you have strained thern too miidh, It will grate, like harsh discords, on sensitive ears, tl will wring from your eyes, too, the bitterest ,,-teare. Play gently on heartstrings, they are stretched OBI lyre More precious than gold, that been tried In the fire r' vAnd the muslo drawn from themthe music of love .WiU be sweet as the harmonies warbled above. Play gently on heartstrings, the touch which you give 'O'er these chords sends vibrations which ever shall live, Touched harshly, they'll bring to thy spirit un rest, Touched gently, they'll blend with the song of the Blest. Play gently on heartstrings, 'twill bring...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 September 1894

~"K Ki i r*K &* !&- i. &- Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Bdito and Proprietor. Olflcial Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, September 27tb 18&4. THE EDITORIAL EXCUR- SION. On the Steamer "North Week" {continued from last week.] Disembarking from the vessel I set my foot for the first time on the soil of the Empire state. After partak* ing of a substantial breakfast at the Mansion House, we were given a very enjoyable carriage drive about the city by courtesy of the Buffalo Press Club. For the conveyance of our party it required fifty carriages and a like number of gentlemanly driv ers, and all these were furnished by one stable, the largest and most complete of the kind in America. On the route we traversed miles and miles of broad, clean, asphalted streets lined on eitherhidewith hand some residences and spacious well kept lawns. The driver pointed out many objects of interest that were passed by. One was the dwelling of Millard Fillmore, once president of the United St...

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

'J Whitney leads in loiv avium. Call at the SHE AF office for first olass job work. Notice our new bargains in this issue of tho SHEAF. L. A. SLEE. Ole Forde, Warren's favorite violinist, will play at the Young People's Concert. Judge Grindeland left for Kitt son county on Monday to hold polit ical meetings during the week. Prof. Beach* the successful vio lin Instructor of the N. W., has kind ly consented to render a few selec tions at the Young People's Concert. Ole Sand, the Democratic candi date for county treasurer, was around town Tuesday interviewing his friends. He is a farmer and pio neer settler in town of Vega. A fine programme is being pre pared by the young people of the Presbyterian Society. Uhder the di rection of Mrs. Tullar and Mrs. Pow ell, which will be given at the Opera House, Oct. 16. H. Kavanagh, the genial genth man, postmaster, and uncompromi sing democrat, of Excel, is spending a few weeks in this vicinity thresh ing. The SUEAF acknowledges a pleasant visit ...

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

f/ K^| ^jX^a _^J^ 1 E ^^f^^kflj h-. vfeF Home and County News Whitney leads in low orices. Call at the SHEAF man N, IfSf' *~lnffa $gSJ$5*o i office for first classjob work. Notice our new bargains in this issue of tho SHEAF. L. A. SLTO?$ Ole Porde, Warren's favorite violinist, will play at the Young People's Concert.' Judge Grindeland left for Kitt son county on Monday to hold polit ical meetings during the week. Prof. Beach* the successful vio lin Instructor of the N. \V., has kind ly consented to render a few seleo tions at the Young People's Conceit. oie Sand, the Democratic candi date for ooimty. treasurer, Was around to*ii Tuesday interviewing his trieMte. He is a farmer and pio*. neer aettler in town of Vega. A flue programme is being pre pared by the young people of the Presbyterian Society. Uhder tho di rection of Mrs. Tullar and Mrs. Pow ell, which will be gi^eju^at the Opera House, Oct. 16. rlTv H. Kavanagh, the gonial gentle-, Patmuster, and uncompromi democrat, ofs Excel...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 October 1894

ft 1 1 .1 I ?laced If,, I* 33* 'Ifficmrerc ^Shcaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ MINN. MRS. NRLLIE GBANT-SABTORIS has returned to Washington, with the in tention of making it her future home. SOLDIERS of the British and French armies lose on an average 18 days every year from illness those of Ger many, 15 of Austria, 18 of Italy, 16 of the United States, 21. WHEN the vessels now in process of construction are completed, the new navy of the United States will consist of forty-five vessels, ranging in size from 11,800 tons down to 120 tons dis placement. A SKitious shortage in the clove crop is announced. The man who is in the habit of going out between the acts to buy a clove may have to content him self with a coffee bean or a bit of lemon peel. JERUSALEM is going to have a por tion of her ancient glory restored by the reconstruction of the ancient water conduits dating from the time of King Solomon. The Turkish government has appropriated the sum of $2,000,000 for the wo...

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

4 i n. B. 1 .i -4F ,'t:w ST* I iff*, "3Sarr ^SKcaf JOHN P. MATTSO.V, Editor and Prop. WARREN] MINN. MR S. NHXME GKANT-SARTOR IB has returned to Washington, with the in tention of making it her future home. SOT.DIKIIS of the British and French armies lose on an average 18 days every year from illness those of Ger many, 15 of Austria, IS of Italy, 15 of the United States, 21. AVur.x the vessels now in process of construction are completed, the new navy of the United States will consist of forty-five vessels, rangi ng in size from 11,:?00 tons down to 120 tons dis placement. A SKUiOi'fct shortage in the clove crop is announce!. The man who is in the habit of going out between the acts to buy a clove may have to content him self with a coffee bean or a hit of lemon peel. .IKUUSAI.K.U is going to have a por tion of her ancient glorj' restored by the reconstruction of the ancient water conduits dating from the time of King Solomon. Th Turkish government has appropriated the sum of $2,000,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 October 1894

fi JU~ fcS' I If- I. if i 1 1 &r#i 'I MAJESTY. Her majesty comes when the sun goes down And clambers up to her throne my knee fier royal robe is a small white gown, And this is her majesty's stern decree ''Let me know when the Sandman passes by, For we're going to speak to him, you and L" There was once a monarch of old," I say, "Who sat where the beach and the breakers met. 'Boll back!' he said to the waves one day, For the royal feet must not be wetl* But the waves rolled on For things there be," tell her, "that mind not majesty. "And silent and shy Is the Sandman old, And never, I'm sure since the world began, Has anyone seen the sands of gold, Or spoken a word to the kind old man, But perhaps, when the twilight's gold turns gray. You may see the old Sandman pass this way. "For your majesty's eyes are young and bright, Though mine with the dust of time are dim And possibly queens have a clearer sight Than subjects who sway to a sovereign's whim But I'll watch for him, Sweethe...

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

1 i & a- M: a & i $ te si".' A, $ Ira* iSii'"-ing Warren .SheaF. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, October 4th, 1894. FRANK M. EDDY is making a vigor ous campaign, and he will undoubt edly be elected in November. Where evev he speaks the people gather in great numbers to hear him discuss the political questions of the day. The great seventh district has been unrepresented long enough and it is about time to elect a congressman who possesses some ability and who will do something for the people. W. A. CASE, who is in the field as an independent candidate for Clerk of Court says he is meeting with much encouragement in his canvass, and if promises count for anything in a political contest, he has reason to beleive that he will be elected his own successor in November next Mr. Case has mode a very efficient Clerk of Court, and if re-elected he will endeavor to serve the people well in the future as in the past. As a public officer ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 October 1894

WHJ I if %4 ."i 1 fc m*y Sir"* it 'V 1 Sml i *w^p ?LS2* ^1M-* ,$ltj. ^OtV i Home and County Hews Whitney leads in low oruiea. Call ot the SHEAF office for first class Job work. It. S. Ohapin attended the coun ty fair Inst week. TI. Oillabaugh and family have moved iufco town. Notice onr new bargains in this issue of the SHEAF. L. A. SLEH. Edward Frnnson and wiiu Look in the county fair at Stephen on Fri day. Sheriff Sinclair, wife and daugh ter, wero at Stephen attending the fair on Friday. Ole Forde, Warren's favorite violinist, will play at the Young People's Concert. Hon. W. Kelso, of Kittson county, came down Monday evening returning next day, hub bis mission was business not politics. .Judge C. S. Hull and wife, and his mother, and Mr. Stormont, were visitors at the county fair at Ste phen ovi Friday last week. Tickets to the Young People's Concert are sale at Whitney's Drugstore. General admission, 25 cts. Reserved seats 35 cts. Prof. IJeach, the successful vio lin Instructor ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 October 1894

1* 1 i LI ii W sseemmm 1$avveix ^Sheaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ MINN. ALABAMA 'S supply of red cedar is ex hausted This state was once the chief source of supply of the United {states. Is HE silk worm to lose his time honored job? I looks that way, for they are now making- a very fine grade of silk out of wood pulp A JUD GE in Minnesota says that hugging a girl is disorderly conduct if you are caught at it Take to the woods, boys and girls, and you will be safe I N Warsaw they are so determined to stamp out cholera that they burn down a house infected by the disease ..without the formality of removing the patients THE National Toothpick association claims to have an output of fifty-two car'loads of toothpicks annually. But this does not excuse the toothpick's frequent and conspicuous input. HOR SE runaways are unknown in Rus sia N one drives in that country without having a thin cord with a runni ng noose around the neck of the team Th horse stops as soon as it feel...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 October 1894

i r', &. LITTLE HOME NEST. I have crossed the tide Of the ocean wide, I have traversed lands afar, And the place I love best Is the little home nest, Where my heart and the dear ones are. I have seen the grace Of nature's face In lake and field and grove Yet the spot most fair With its beauty rare Is the little home nest I low. The radiant gleam Of vale and stream I have viewed from the mountain's erest, But there's never a place On the wide earth's face As sweet as the little home nest. I have gazed on the walls Of stately halls, The grandest ever seen, Yet the brightest and best Is the little home nest. Where love is my reigning queen. Ada S Sherwood, in Arthur's Magazine. IN WANT OF A NAME. A Embarrassing Situation for Mr. and Mrs. Jack. "Well, that's done!" and Mrs. Jack patted the crisp pillow-shams and (fazed complacently around the pretty rooma guest-room that had never yet held a guest fresh, new and dainty. The breeze stirred the frilled curtains, the late afternoon sun...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 October 1894

1' ft. Warren SheaP MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. i I. i Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, October 11th, 1894 KEPUBLICANEN- THUSIASM, HSS&k GOV. KNUtfE NELSON AND D. REESE SPEAK A WARREN A large, intelligent and very much interested audience assembled in the Warren Opera House on Monday evening to hear Gov. Knute Nelson discuss the living political issues of the day. It was an old time Repub lican rally, and if anyone has doubt ed the existeuce in Wan en of genuine Republican enthusiasm, he had but to look over the larsre lmll filled to overflowing with eager and atten live listeners to bo convinced of hu error. Many who came late wert unable to get in. Ma\ or \V. F. Pow ell presided at the meeting. Occupy ing seats on the platform beside Gov Nelson, were D. 1 Reese, the Repub lican candidate lor clerk of the su preme court, Col. Thomas F. Ste vens, Judge Gi-indeland, Mr. J. W Scott, of Kittson, Co. candidate foi the legislature, Mr. Peter Dalquist. and Mr. W. F. Wa...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 October 1894

'^'u+i+Jk ""i 6 .'ST- K t. fch?^ fi&*' **&.- f"' t- J- rem x/r. Home and County News Whitney loads in low Drives. Come to the races next Saturday afternoon. Call at the SHEAF office for first class job work. Notice onr new bargains in this issue of the SHEAF. L. A. SLEK. John Keennn and family have movod into the Kossmnn house. P. S. George has accepted a po sition as salesman with (J. C. Win chestur. John Keenna has been appoint ed city marshnl to succeed 1 honing Topper. Rev. H. Ostgnlen and family have moved into theSwedwh Luther an pnrsonngp. Remember the supper and auc tion snlu at the .Johnson building to morrow night. Rev. C. II. Recount's new ad dress will ho .*170 Jefferson St., Min neapolis, Minn. Alfred Swandby is again at work behind the counter in the store of 1). A. Whitney. Hon. P. M. Eddy will address the people of Warren and vicinity on Out. 20th at 1 o'clock P. M. T- Political rallies come thick and fast these days. The more the r rier. We want to hear them...

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