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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 December 1894

ifi 1) I i. 1 L#!^"' Volume XV. Home and County News "Whitney laada in low orices. Slee pays the highest cah price for furs an.I jv4rite owla. John Kivel was over from Thief Biyer Falls on Tuesday. ~Tho8, Keefo has gone to Thief mm Pulls to spend the winter, Bwedisti anJ Norwegian books at SHEAF Hook and News stand, John B. Odtrom has the Stohl berg house for sale or rent. Inquire of him. Miss Florence Seeley han Rone to St. Puul to attend school for the winter. --Eiuty morning service will be held iu tbt Swedish Luth. church Christmas at 6 o'clock. --Chas. G. Howland, a friend of W. H. Dixon's, returned to his home a* Kocknrall, lown^the 4th* Views of alf^arts of tfc city~ resideuce and businea* portion, for Wfe by Berget, the photoirrapher. Mike Holm, who now hails from Boseau, is spending a few days in town shaking hawdswlth old friends. The Christinas magazines are brim full this year of interesting reading matter. On sale at SHEAF News stand. Christmas, Christmas, at Whit ney's...

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 December 1894

'.Jbr- Hom and Count News Whitney leads tit low Drlane. Slee pays the highest cash price 10/ furs an,! jOttte owls. John Kivel wasgover from Thief Blrer Falls 6n Tuesday.o of biro. &4il*$S< CnrwtlP ft -*8 at 6 o'clock. vs -Newsstand. t,*T Thief Sol ha rT*' KeliBf Rlrer Pulls to spend the winter* ttwedish ftwj Norwegian books at SHEAF tlook and News stand, --JohnE.Odtrom has the Stohl l^nonse for sale or rent. Inquire Miss Florence Setley has ROW to 8t.Pjulto attend school for the. winter, wa^ '^iCT^f^ Pming service will be ^hW in tbfe Swedish Luth. church na|home w. H. Dixon's, returned to his no Views cil a ^rts of tit* $yf residence and business portion, for &/*** the photographer. wh *tto,m, Lr mkBerge^ HoaeftU, is spending a few days in towu shaking hands with old friends, The Christmas magazines are |T,trim loll this year of interesting reading matter. On sale at SHEAF Christmas, Christmas, nt Whit ney's drugstore. Everything nice, Everything cheap, everything useful...

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 December 1894

a f'^&^^w^iim^mmmm^ nl i-J' $ JOHN P. MATISON, Editor and Prop. WARREN* I MINN. IT is estimated that since the Chris tian era began over 4,000,000,000 human beings have perished in war HK football rules should be so amended as to make it a finable dis courtesy to kick an opposition player under the chin. THE people of Great Britain consume less tobacco per head than those of any other civilued countryonly twenty three ounces to the inhabit THR BE is only one way to do a thing, and that is to do it honestly Theie is only one kind of man to be and that is an honorable man. All other kinds come to grief, and all other actions lead to misery. LITTLE COON, an intelligent colored hardware merchant in ]Sc\v Orleans, has made application toha\e his name legally changed. He is 0 feet high, weighs 220 pounds aud sa that his name makes people laugh the moment they Bee hi in ACCORDING to the best available sta tistics there were over four million in candescent lamps use in the United States...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 December 1894

*l^ IV I [I iU .1/ 'I ft s? tj)y WHEN SUMMER BREEZES BLEW. O soft and sweet the morning bright Braalfs o'er the hilltops blue, Adown tne mead the beams of light Glint on the drops of dew, The brook that babbles through the grove Sings soft its lullaby, O sweet is life and sweet Is love When summer breezes sigh The blue bird's note at early dawn The drooping silence breaks. The robin skims the dewy lawn, New day 1th song awakes And mists from out the valley move, The* wind-swept pine breathes lowl O sweet is li'e and sweet is love' When summer breezes blow Tl\e soft-eyed cow the clover crops, Nor counts the leaves before, While down tbo glide tne milk maid trip3 And counts them two, three four, Heigho," she sings the milk above, "One he comes, and two he t.irrics," O sweet is life unJ sweet is love' When reign the summer fairies. The farmer boy goes fresh afield, "Heeds not the apple Vossoms That In his path their fragrance yield, Or nature sweet taught lessons His wistful eyes towar...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 December 1894

F mMavJr.ft] If""' .1-'' 1 I WaPPEIl SheaP |^?^^^Schoo Reports J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor, Official Paper of MarthfcU County] __ Thursday, December 13th, 1894. in Coaunissioners' Proceedings, Proceedings of the Board of Coun ty Commissioner* at a special meet ing held in Warren, Dec. 4^ 1894. Meeting called to order by chair* tauui. Full board.present. Application of Ole JorgensoA for an appropriation of $75.00 to be used in damming up a washout made by Middle River on the N. E. of Sec. 22, Twp. 156, Rng. 47,rejected. Application of the Supervisors of town of Spruce Valley for an appro priation of 1200.00 for road and bridge purposes in said town, re jected. Official Bond of Aimer B. Nelson as clerk of Probate Court, accepted and put on file. Petition of E. E, Engen and others for the formation of a new school district in Excel and New Solum, granted a hearing at next meeting. The report of flu committee ap pointed to examine the proposed lo cation of a highway as petitioned...

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 December 1894

,4&rs Volume XV, Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Read o-ir handgo ne holiday supplement. John E. Odfcrom has the Stohl "berg house for sale or rent. Inquire of him. Views of all parts of the city, residence and business portion, for sale by Berget, the photographer. Huve you secured your seats yet for Prof Milne's concert, OH Friday evening, Dec. 28? Plan at Brady's. Don't forget the Grand Concert at Opera House, Friday evening, Dec. 28. It you want a seat secure it aonr. -r Andrew Norland and Peter Bjork lund have erected a saw mill on the, farm of Ho*or Gundersoil, fojwnof The Christmas magazines are torim full this year of interesting reading matter. On sale at SHEAF .News stand. Christmas, Christmas, at Whit ney's drugstore. Everything nice, everything cheap, everything useful Come and see. 23 Miss Margareth Peterson, who has been in Seattle, Wash., for about five years past, returned to visit her parents in this city on Sa turday last week. Painting in oil...

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 December 1894

fa* JOHN MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. BENJAMIN COIXIN S, of Blaine Me. now 86 years old, saw a railroad train for the first time a few days ago. is btill alive. JdtfN FLOY D, a colored carpenter of Augusta, Ga has named his four sons May Gould," "Vanderbilt," "Rocke feller" and "Phil Armour." rTjr5",flrst Japanese woman to study trtfe.'-'l'el vf an become a lawj er is said to be Sono, who belongs to an aristocratic family in Tokio. FOREI GN papers &ay that Prof. Ley den, the famous German physician who was called to attend the dying empeior"of Russia, received 50,000 for hfS fee ASINOTE ranch in Wyoming is six times as big as Rhode Island. It di mensions aie 75 by 100 miles, and it is fctoLkrec? with 2,000 horses, 15,000 cattle and 130,000 sheep. The owner is ex be nator Warren KANSAS supplies Queen Victoria with her winter apples, bhe gets her flour from Minneapolis, and her fresh meat, as everybody know s, comes from Chi cago. Queen Victoria's mince* pie is (substan...

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 December 1894

rt erywhere 4 tew MERRY Christ- mas to you alii'' Resounds like mu- sic on the air, Silent the snows of winter tall, Yet fadeless flowers are ev- Within our hearts they blossom gay And bhed their fragrance free and far "Tin always so on Christmas day. In memory of His golden start The race of man had waited long To see that lily in the sky To hear the perfect angel song, Of peace to earth and praise on high." Oppressive night of Eg\ptlay, Till with its glow love's star arose, In hope and cheer of Christmas day, The yearning centuries found reposeI 'Twas like the ohange the morning tnlngs, Awaking men to duty blight, "lwas like the song tho bluebird sings Of lovely spring and her delight, 'Twas like the coming of the May, Refreshing age, rejoicing youth So beautiful was Christmas day In its creative hope and truth I The Heaven and earth we know are ones God cares for earth as worlds above. Wherever stais in peace look on. There bhineth His abiding love. But nearer to our hearts there...

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 December 1894

Jr i I ih Mt KW& i a Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. ,-2* Official Paper of Marshall Counly. ^Thursday, December 20th, 1894. in mnin EDWA HD BELLAM Y, the author of "Looking Backward," is to toll in the next issue of The Ladies' Home Journal what he believes a "Christ mas in the Year 2000'' will be like. HE contest for the speakership in the next house promises to be an in teresting fight,, Capt. Van Sant, oi Winona, and Hon Gibbs, ex-uul road commissioner, being in the loud thus far. Give ir to Capt. Van Sant, he is worthy of the place. THE Minneapolis Tiibune for last Sunday was a tmly great newspa. per. It consisted of f,2 pages with a handsome illuminated cover and every page was filhtl with interesting reading matter. I was a credit to the publishes, the city and the state to get out such a paper. JUD GE Ives discharged the grand jury for Polk county at the recent term of court in Crookston, because it failed to bring in an indictment against the gambling ...

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 December 1894

v? wr "T i i ^-tC^it'^- iffl PV fcji** A &&* Volume XV. Home and County News "Whitney leads in lov Driees. Go to the concert to-morrow M. J. Beirut spent Christmas nt Grand Forks. Secure your seats for the concert at Brady's Fruit .Store. John K. Ostroin has the Stohl berg house for Sole or rent. Inquire ofhun.^^ fJs\ i V. A. Onse left for CooperHtown, D., on Thursday laRt week, to vis i.t a sifter for a few dnyH. i Don't forget Prof. Milne's con- jCevb on Friday evening this week. You will miss it if you do. Put this in your hat, that it i&^aied4MHKt>ta the night of Dec. 20th, 1894. Views of all parts of the city, residence and business portion, for enle by Berget, the photoffrnpher. Herman Liiulberg, of Normau county is spending the holidnys with his brother, John Lindherft of this city. P. J. Holan county auditor elect lias rented the Aronson house on the Island, and has moved his family there. P. B. Malberg, clerk o( court elect, has moved his fnmily into town. Th...

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 December 1894

Iff1 4-- 11 W I %$ &A t4"t TSari-ei* -Sheaf JOHN P. MATTSQN, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN .RECORDER SMYTH, of New York, prob ably sentenced more men to death than any other judge in the world and he was never reversed by the court of appeals in a capital case. THE histor.c Seward mansi on in Washington, D. for many years oc cupied by James G. Blaine, prior to his death, it is said will be torn down to make room for a skyscraper to be built by Chicago capitalists. TAKING the earth as the center of the universe and the polar star as the limit of our vision the visible universe embraces an aerial space with a diame ter of 450,000,000,003 miles and a cir cumference of 1,329,742,000,000 miles. MAINE has a woman who follows the profession of spanker Sh goes about and administer-, thrashing's for fifty cents apiece. The average irri tated mother would rather do her own spankingwith some it is the only en joyment there is in bringing up chil dren. THE new treaty between the Unit ed 'St...

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 December 1894

SB 4 ijB 3* NTRIED, unknown and fair, I I With deep mysterious eyes and I I starwreathed hair, ^sa,^ Untouched by any breath of sin or shame Undimmed by care the bnw's white flame, The New Year meets us, face to faoe, Laden with gifts of grace The wealthy hours, with unknown blessings fraught, Fair spacn for earnest toll and fruitful thought, For kindly word and generous deed. For binding up the hearts that bleed, For conquering self and sin, For waxing strong within Alas' all pale and cold, 'Mid drifting snows withered and shrunk and old We see the Old Year's sad accusing ghost, Laden with treasures we have lost 1 he wasted hours the deeds unwrought, The Idle word and thought, The wilting good wherein we weakly failed, Sharp tests of life, where strength or courage quailed, The gracious toil.we might have shared. The lost for whom we might have eared Sweet Heaven how can we brook The Old Year ghostly look? Ah, let us gaze no more On loss and failure that have gone before: The futur...

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 December 1894

fhffi* fr 1 \v 1 1i 1 it: fc-' HI I Sfe '.-Jar/t's. A VarrER SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, December 27th, 1894. NtB C. HOOD, who has been ap pointed county commissioner in the fourth commissioner district to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna tion of commissioner Holnn, is an intelligent and prosperous farmor o! town of Nelson Park. Ho will moke i good commissioner, and the people f the fourth district as well as of the entire county can congratulate themselves upon securing so good and able a man for the position. IT looks as though an outside man "would be chosen to fill Senator Washburn's shoes, although that gentleman has made a good record and but little can be. said against him except the fact of his location. The Twin Cities have hnd both senators, and the balance of the state naturally feel that St. Paul and Minneapolis have more than they are entitled to. The northern part of the statewith its populist ligislators...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 January 1895

iW^J #H, S VJSt"- #*t Volume"XY. Hom and Count New Write 1895. WWfeney leads in lo*v prices. Rev L. Frazer left for the Pacific coast on Monday. Mrs. M. Palmer, of Angus, visited in the city yesterday. John E. Ostrom has the Stolil tberg house for sole or rent. Inquire of him. Prof. "Williams, of Argvle, came down to attend the concert lost Friday. Oscar Dahl hopes the new year will bring him aaawelllots of business. Mrs. I. Dunlevy, of Salt Lake City, is visiting her sister, Mrs. U. A, Whitney. f*-Donald Robertson, County Su perintendent of Schools, was in town lost Friday. ,M Peter Rodseth, of Halstad, is pending the holidays with his broth er Ole Rodseth of this city. Principal A. D. Wyant, of Angus, is ftpending the holiday vacation with his family in this city. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Milligan, of Crookston, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wood on Satur last. The new year opend propitious for C. Klingborjr, the blacksmith. A son was born at his home on New Year's Day. C. G...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 January 1895

*M& I Bv Br Era* 1 'nf 'current ^SKcaf JOHN P. MATI-SOX, Editor and Prop. WARREN. M|NN HOB INGEBSOLL once said that he wouldn't believe there was a hell until Missouri we nt republican, and now the Iola (Mo.) Register demands that he redeem his pledges. DON'T eat two mince pies, a plum pudding, a duck, lobster salad and ice ex earn, and then attribute your sense of fullness to the presence of your xnother-in-law in the house. A GOOD many sinB have been laid at the door of the deadly cigarette, and now a Brooklyn dentist avers that it kills the nerves of the teeth. Throw away the cigarette, and if you must smoke buy a pipe. THE RE may be as much in hypnotism Rcientifically as there is in chloroform, but it is as difficult to hypnotize per fcons, male or female, against their will as it is to chloroform them against their will. Let foolish young females remtmbor that. Then let them be ware of hypnotism and all other forms of foolishness. THE city of 11art ford, Conn., claims to ha...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 January 1895

Is is H- JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ I I MINN. "BABY, TH E CONQUEROR." Beneath his yoke we all must bend He holds full sway. Upon his wants we all attend Prom day to day. From dewy morn till brooding night The lord of everything in sight, He rules us with a tyiant might And we obey. A rosy, laughing, angel face, And such big eyes A sunny, frank and fearless grace Around him lies. An ashy wisp of silken hair, A clean-cut Saxon, you declare Rebellious as the chainless air Beneuth the skies. The dimpled despot of the home, By day and night Ills pattering footsteps love to roam, And fiee from fright Perched on my shoulders for a cruise, Ke crows and gurgles like the muse, The flickering sunbeams he pursues In sheer delight A truant from a softer clime On hallowed quest. A hostage from the ranks sublime In candor dressed, A cherub from celestial strand, Who btrajed and tarried in our land, We are your servants to command, We love you best I -Jamos E. Kinsella, in Chicago 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. — 3 January 1895

'-& ftt j? I, i 1 IV sWappen'fih'eaP. J.P.MATTSO N, Edit or and Proprietor. OtBcul Paper of Marshall County. Ihursday, January 3rd, 1894. HE clans ore gathering at St. Paul. Senator Cronkhite was one of the first members to arrive ready to take a hand in the fray. .1. Q. knows that the early bird catches the persimtnons. SECRETARY Hoko Smith has de cided in favor of the Jones' lease at Thief River Falls. The Medians have, however, taken an appeal to the Su preme Court and will remain in pos session at least until a decision is made by that tribunal. A COLD SNAP visited the south last Saturday and created havoc among the orange groves of Florida. Mil lions of unpicked oranges were turn ed into solid globes of ice. Water froze in the pipes in the city of Jacksonville. All this happened while we in the Red River Valley were enjoying the finest kind of weather. Surely, people will sqod begin to' flock here to spend the winter. HE Lexow investigation commit tee has succeeded in layin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 January 1895

'''ri fef* XI r. fA (J, a KM i^i'^' Warrerf SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and P*opttetor. OUtirt Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, January 3rd, 1894. Yor 1 clans are gathering at TH 2&2Panl. Senator Cronkhite was one of the first members to arrive ready to take a hand in the fray. .1. Q. knows that the early bivd catches the persimmons. SECRETARY Hoke, Smith hns de cided in favor of the Jones' lease at Thief River Palls. The Medians have, however, taken an appeal to the Su preme Court and will remain in pos session at least until a decision is made by that tribunal. A COLD SNAP visited the south Inst Saturday and created havoc among the orange groves of Florida. Mil lions of unpicked oranges were tnrn d into solid globes of ice. ^-Water froie in the pipes in the city of Jacksonville. All this happened while we in the Red River Valley were enjoying the finest kind of weather. Surely, people will sqod begin to' fl,ock here to spend the winter. THE Lexow investigation commit tee lia...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 January 1895

if i &- 3 If! *&- k- it:1 3 -i.1 Home and County News Whitney leads in low orices. Frederick Stroblo, of Angus, was in the city yesterday. L. Lair.'uei.SOn made a trip to rooksr Thursday last week. Wyncoop W. Lemon, of Angus, is on a^isit to his old home at Mar tinsburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wood visit ed friends in Crookston for a few days returning on Monday last. Dr. Taylor, of Stephen, came down last night to visit with friends for a few day. Mr. It. A. Whitney and Miss Nottie Whitney, of Tamarac spent Sunday last with their brother E. Whitney, of this city. The Probate office has been removed to the Court House, where Judge Hull can he found occupying one of the new rooms in the rear. C. A. Ikadly and family have gone to Florida to spend the winter. By this time, probably, they are picking frozen oranges in the orange groves of that state. The Young People's Society of the Swedish Lufh. church will meet at the church next Tuesday evening, Jan. 15, n.t 8 o'clock. Busin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 January 1895

3 s? ra& tf 4 & fT-m JOHN P. MATISON, Editor and Prop. WARREN" I MINN THOUGH whale fishing has dwindled av* ay greatly in recent years, the de mand for whalebone is greatly in ex cess of the supply AUTOMATIC machiues have been de vised for use on a moving train which mechanically record the condition of every foot of the track. ALTHOUGH Switzerland is mostly up and down hill, it has 1,050 miles of railroad track, which cost over $100,- 000 per mile for construction. MINISTEK BAYABD has found it nec esary to reiterate that 999 out of every 1,000 "English estate" inheritances for Americans arc swindles. Funny that some persons ne'ver learn. No coiiLKGE yell is big enough for the students of Stanford university, and they have subscribed 8600 for a "noise-making machine" to use at athletic meets. It is a steam horn blower and would scare a saw-horse. MFSMEKISM deuves its name from Franz Anton Mesmer, who lived in Paris before the revolution and be came famous as a hypaotizer. Hy...

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