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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 January 1895

itfV JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN^ MINN, WHAT PUZZLES THE BABY. I don't see why my folks should think oughtn to play with a bottle of Ink! For It is so black, and it is so wet And so nice on my face and my fingers to get! And it gurgles and trickles so merrily down On mamma's new carpet, and on my white gown 0 there's nothing so pretty to play with, I think, As a nice little, black little bottle of ink. 1 don see why they think I care For a doll with no eyes nbr a wisp of hairl This old rag doll any blows will stand. From a kick of my foot to a slap of my hand But I tell you what, I just adore To bang Miss Ada upon the floor, To punch her eyes out to pull her curls, To swing her around till her poor head whirls! Bah I they must be bright to think I care For an old rag doll with no eyes nor hairt don't see how they think I know How a dog should bark, and a cook should crow, How to mew ltke a cat, how to moo like a cow, How to dance a jig, how to make a bow How papa sneezes...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 January 1895

ISC" 1 ii i** i II L, Wapr^n Sheaf. ^.P.JkTATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County, Thursday, January loth, 13&&. Commissioners* Proceedings Proceedings of the ISonrd of Cortn ty Commissioners at a special meet in# held in Warren Jan. 4,1895. Meeting called to order by chnir man members present, Anton Hill, D. B. Bakke, A. L. Nutting and Nels Kood. Absent, E. Dahlquwt. Bond of Peter O. Dnblgreen for County Treasurer, justifying in the sum of $80,000, approved. Bond of Hans B. Imsdahl for Register of Deeds, justifying in the sum of $5,000, approved. Bond of Peter Kirsch for County Surveyor, justifying in the sum of $500, approved. Bond of P. B. Malberg for Clerk of District Court, justifying in the sum of $1,000. Approved. Bond of C. S. Hull for Judge of Probate, justifying in the sum of $1,000. Approved. Bond of John Sinclair for Sheriff, justifying in the sum of J|^5,000 Approved. Bond of Peder J. Holan for County Auditor, justifying in the sum of $...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 January 1895

i I tf Vf I I 1 as* wTt W '4%j & r% i-K Volume XV. Home and County News Whitney learls in low Drices. L. Mickelson, one of Stephen's prominont business men, was in town Tuesday. ltev. A. Tornell wns down to Ste pphen yesterday contincting a funer al service. Watch out for the drama tlmt to be played by home talent in th near future. The genuine Swedish Almanac, printed in Sweden, only 10 ct*, at 8HEAF Book Store. License to marry was issued Jan. 12, to Honore Blais and Mary Mal vinaSavfti'd, both of this county. Chas. Roger, J. K. Wood, WnN te? Walker and Ray Wood left for the Red Lake knnberregions yester day. Mr. and Mrs. Braf.ofCrookston, an uncle and aunt of Aug* Lund gren, are giving him a visit this week. Lem Rnfferty, Oscar Holcomb And Wurren E. Wood left for the: Red Lake reservation, on Friday Inst week. Remember the illustrated lec tures on China and Japan at the Opera House to-night and to-mor row night. Come and learn something about China and Japan from one who has ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 January 1895

I &> 8 "5 1 1* JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN* MINN. NEW YEAR'S day is a legal holiday Jn all the states but Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. THE longest distance a letter can be carried within the limits of the United States is from Key West, Fla., to Ou nalaska, 6,271 miles. DOWN in Maine they have started in to protect the fish. Three fishermen captured at Winnegance with 365 bass have to pay a modest fine of $1,825. THE hygienic congress at Budapest brought out the fact that there are four times as many men who stammer as there are women who are so af flicted. LIEUT. NICHOLAS SAVIN died at Sara tov, in Russia, at the age, it is assert ed, of 125. He must have been consid erably above 100, for he entered the French army in 1798, ninety-six years *go. "THE Princess Paulina," now in New York, is probably the smallest dwarf living. She is 10 inches tall and weighs only nine pounds. She was born in Holland,is 19 years old and speaks four languages fluen...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 January 1895

&'f ^"W^ 1 T^ir r*fEv8^5^j iff fi- Ui sj-^ii "S.*f **""7rSJSp THE MESSAGE. Gov. Nelson Presents Facts and Figures to the Legislature. A Resume of State Affairs for the Tast Two YearsSpecial Attention to Fine Lands and Keel Klver Drainage. Before a joint session of the legisla ture, Gov. Nelson read his message. I is in substance as follows: Gentlemen of the Senate and House of RepresentativesConformably to law and custom, I communicate to you by this message the following information and suggestions relative to the affairs and con dition of the state. During the past year our state has had Its share in the industrial depression and stagnation prevailing throughout the na tion. A fairly good harvest has, however, to a large extent, measureably relieved the situation. In those parts of the state not devoted exclusively to wheat farming pros perity prevails, credit is ample and money far from scarce, and even in the wheat farming belt there Is no actual destitution or distress. Gra...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 January 1895

WF* h: Nt J.U i W. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, January 17th, 189t Commissioners* Proceedings Proceedings of the IJonrd of Coun ty Commissioners of Marshall ooun* ty Minn., at their regular annual meeting held nt the County Auditor's office in Warren, Minn., on Tuesday Jan. 8th, 1895. Meeting: called to order by the Auditor. Members all present. On motion it was resolved that the chairman be elected by ballot. The election by ballot was proceeded with, resulting in the election of Anton Hill. The board, duly organized, now proceeded to select names for the list of Grand and Petit jurors The following is the list agreed upon from which the grand and petit jurors will be drawn for the May and November terms of court for the ensuing year: OIUND JURORS. Thomas Elliot Warren Smith John Huggard Alfred Thomas E. Dady Edward Slee John L. Olson Lewis Westman Christ Johnson Nels Johnson Sam Davis E. E. Graham Peter Root Gast Huber William Tri...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 January 1895

& V: ft. Volume XV. Home and County News ^Vliibney leads in low orijes. U&g mjol till s-ilu hos K. TAKALSETH. Mr. and Mrs. W. Powell spent I'-nday last in Crookston. Hay ami wood taken on sub scription nt SHEAF oflice. License to wed was issued to Ole Bjorgum and Anna Givinp on Tues day. The genuine Swedish Almanac, printed in Sweden, only 10 cts. at WIIEAF Book Store. Frank Ferguson is at work in the pineries east of Red Lake. Ho is a head sawyer in McNuir's lumber camp. Principal Walters has reettrrd the questions for the Shite High School examination which will be held next week.' The Journal Mmannc and En cyclopedia of TJsefl Information, a very hnu'-.y book for reference, on sale at SHEAF News Stand for 25 cte Lorn. Rnfferty left for St. Cloud on Tuesday evening- to file on a timber claim in one oF the new towns in the reservation now open for settlement. Bonx: To Mr. and Mrs. W. J. "Wood, on Monday, Jan. 21, a bi bouncing boy. Mother and son are doing well, nnd W. was ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 January 1895

m-. cr**** 1 SS '~s? i Volume Home and County News AVhitney leads iu low Drives. fCfjff RJg rojol tiU.salu hos. J. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Powell spent *tlundny last in Crookston. Hay and wood taken on sub scription at SHEAF office. s-," License to wed was issued to Ole Bjorgum and Anna Giving on Tues day. The genuine Swedish Almanac, prints! in Sweden, only 10 cts. at SHEAF Book Store. ,j. v- i j, Frank Ferguson is at work in the pineries oast of lied Lake. He is a head sawyer in McNuir's lumber camp.. held next weekj,^ .'"^-w ,^-The Journal Almanac and En cyclopedia of Useful Information, a very hn*\y book for reference, on eale at, SHEAF News Stand for 25 cts. Lem. Rnfferty left for St. Cloud l^ on Tuesday evening to file on a timber claim in one of the new towns in the reservation now open for settlement. Bonx: To Mr. and Mrs. W. J. "Wood, on Monday, Jan. 21 a bijr bouncing boy. Mother and son are doing well, and W. J. was able be ^around the following day to set up the cigars. On Fr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 January 1895

1 1. Sri. jo** 7 ^3Savrcn -Sheaf J** JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN~ MINN SUPEBINTEN DENT JENKINS, of the New York Society lor the Preve ltion oi Cru elty to Children, has. completed twenty years of (service with this society as its executive officer. A FBENCH watchmaker in Geneva has substituted for the sounding mechan ism in clocks and watches a phono graphic system which speaks the hour of the day or night. NEWFOUNDLAND seems to be inclined to regard with favor annexation to the United States. They all want to be gathered under the eagle's wings. It's a mighty comfortable place. EASTERN people seem to believe in anti-toxine for the cure of diphtheria. New York has appropriated $30,000, Pittsburgh 518,500 and Newark 35,000 for the manufacture of the remedy. FRANCE is not ashamed of her emi grants, it seems, for she has conceded to the United States officials at her ports the right to examine the sanitary conditions of all intending emigrants. THE American Philological ass...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 January 1895

0 i.! JOHN P. AIATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN, MINN SUPERINTENDENT JENKINS, of the New York Society for the Preve ltion i Cru elty to Lhiluren, hat, completed twenty years of service with this society as its executive officer. A FREN CH watchmaker in Geneva has substituted for the sounding' mechan ism in clocks and watches a phono graphic syst em which speaks the hour of the day or night. NEWFOUNDLA ND see ms to be inclined to regard with favor annexation to the Unit ed States. They all want to be gathered under the eagle's wings. It's a mighty comfortable place. EASTE RN people seem to believe in anti-toxine forth cure of diphtheria. New York has appropriated $30,000, Pittsburgh $18,500 and Newark $5,000 for the manufacture of the remedy. FRANCE is not ashamed of her emi grants, it seems, for she has conceded to the United States officials at her ports the rig ht to examine the sanitary conditions of all intending emigrants. THE American Philological associa tion has voted that th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 January 1895

?i & i 11 t"V= TICK-TOCK LULLABY. There's a little tired shoe and a little mussed frook, Tiok-tocU tick-took, tick-took, And there on the floor lies a little limp sock, Tiok-took, tiok-tock, tick-tock, They are glad, I am sure, after going all day, To rest from the labor and pleasure of play, Tiok-tock, tick-took, tick-tock. How quietly sleep comesconnt the clockI Tick-tock, tiok-tock, tick-tock, Comes in at the door with never a knock, Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock. With no one to greet him, welcomest guestt He enters and giveth his dear ones rest, Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock. Perhaps he is near us while we rock, Tiok-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock, And soon will disclose his. wonderful stook, Tick-tock, tick-tock, tiok-tock. In exchange for thy store of weariness, His bng of dreams he will leave, I guess, Tick-took, tick-tock, tiok-tock -William S. Lord. "^^uM, While discussing the problem an orderly appeared and reported: "Private Rogers would like to speak to the commandin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 January 1895

8* **Kmmmm*mi I i. Sheaf. ^P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall Counly. Thursday, January 24th, 1895. HE trial of Harry Hnyward for the murder of Miss Ging 1ms begun in Minneapolis, and promises to be one of the biggest criminal suits on record. W. W. Erwin is engaged on the defense. HE Northern Steamship Com pany's new steamer, North Land, a sister ship to the North West, was recently launched at Cleveland,Ohio. These two magnificent vessels owe their construction to the genius of Jim Hill, and will form an import ant link in the transcontinental traffic system of the Great Northern R. R. They will make regular trips between Duluth and Buffalo season. next A GREAT strike among street rail way operatives is in progress in Brooklyn. Human blood has been shed, and the military has been called to tno scene to preserve order. These constantly recurring strikes are a public nuisance, and should be dealt with in a more effective man ner. A board of arbitration ough...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 January 1895

I f-rzf KB*. W4, '&&'% i| t. JJP.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, January 24th, 1895. THE trial of Harry Hnyward for the murder of Miss Ging has begun in Minneapolis, and promises to be one of the biggest criminal suits on record. W. W. Erwin is engaged on the defense. *,W |)lf^' TrfE Northern Steamship Com- O* pany's new steamer, North Land, a sister Hhip to the North West, was recently launched at Cleveland,Ohio. These two magnificent vessels owe their construction to the genius of Jim Hill, and will form an import ant link in the transcontinental traffic system of the Great Northern R. R. They will make regular trips between Duluth and Buffalo next season. 3hj$-y -*'&&*<( P+ A. GEEAT strike among street rail way operatives is in progress in Brooklyn. Human blood has been shed, and the military has been called to tne scene to preserve order. These constantly recurring strikes are a public nuisance/and should be dealt w...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 January 1895

*1 i :3s all -V 1 Home and County News Whitney leads in low price*. The Deacon will soon appear in Warren.." iWivtch for the Deaconhe need* ft tch in/*. K*g mjr.l till suln bos, K ,T. T-\bA.LSETTI. Hay .and wood taken on sub scription afe SHEAF office. -Mr. McrheQ, mnnn^i. Miss Annfe'TorTTeU ln T.ockhnrt farm, r in the city Mon dny. WepiaMi^this week the notice of exi|wpatson of redemption from tax rfale "Look it over. *The northbound train leaves at nine o'clock in the morning and the southbound at six o'clock in theevj in rnqsic* VTp&winteifeftKt wiH please cnH$'t tfie residence of Rev. A* Tornell. 7 Sf The family of Charles Handnr are greatly afflicted, both the/firo, band and wife being coined' to bed by sickness. Andrew ^Ort'mlemn.l hns ~en appointed ^Vnber of normal-school board by tfov. flel8oa, John C* p|nc ombt 0f Oookston. Andrew Eiken, of Crookston, lias been uppointed surveyor gen eral for the seventh district by Gov. Nelson, in plm-e of Albert KaiseiN ofFosston. K. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 January 1895

^"^gfsfs*f All 1 f** %j^wiw* -^f^f^t^f^w JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. MATRIMONY is the name of a post office in North Carolina. STAMMERING is practically unknown among uncivilized people. THE new governor of South Carolina is only 31, the attorney general 25 and the adjutant general 24. Ay authority says that Americans are eating less pastry and more fruit. In other words, the banana, belt is overlapping the pie bel^. ^mm PEOK, EIXEN HATES says t&attl new woman is not going to have a new dress. We think she will, however, as long as she can get around'to the dry goods stores. ,r THE czar of Russia has liberated or reduced the punishment of 20,00g pris oners since he was proclaimed, and his mercy will probably be extended as much more in the near future.. NoBopy ever ti ies to whisper in the presence of Queen Victoria. It would not only be in bad taste, but useless The old lady's ears are supematurally sharp and she could almost hear a per son winking in the ne...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 January 1895

i t: JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Propk WARREN^ MINN. THE HELPLESS MAN. Go round the world, from poto to pole, And toll me If you can What fato so hard cs hers, alasI Who weds a helpless man Be cannot find a single thing That he may want to use, He cannot button up his gloves He cannot laco his shoes If there is mud upon his coat. Or dust upon his hat. He stinds in helpless misery, And mutters Look at that'" And wife will hurry off to bring The brush, whose place he knows, And work with all her energy To renovate his clothes His necktie he can ne'er adjust, And as for using p'ns, You'd think to see his awkwardness, His hands were surely fins, And if upon the floor he drops A button or a stud. They're lost to him as if they were lwo fathoms deep in mud If there is lack of anything, And wine is not by. He 11 go without, nor make a move To add to the supply. And in a great emergency, When other backs are piled With Luidcns he will sit around As helpless as a child He cannot do an errand...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 January 1895

}Xi- 3? Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Bditorand Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, January 31st, 1895. Fou some reason or another Debs Is not taking an active pnrt in thedescribed, Di ooklyn street rar strike. He had wough o! the strike business last summer. Gov. NELSON'S appointment of A. Grindeland, of this city, as a member of the state normal board, is an ex cellent one. Judge Grindeland is a gentleman and a scholar and will prove a valuable member of the board. THE tedious work of securinga jury ID the Hayward murder dial has been going on for a number of days. No one, who has read the papers, beard about the case or expressed an opinion one way or the other is eligi Me to serve. Our jury system has degraded to such an extent that only a confirmed idiot is now qunlifted to erve as a juror. WHEAT prices the past week haye been in a demoralized condition and the prosppcts for any speedy im provement are very discouraging. The future for the wheat raising farmer...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 February 1895

J a if* l~ tL 1 f^- Volume XV. Home and County News Whitney leads in Ion- oriees, Sheriff Siiiolnir was at Steph on Tuesday. Valentines at SHEAP Book and Stationery store. County Treasurer Dahlgren col lected taxes at Stephen on Tuesday. Extra Journals containing ac count of the Haywnrd trial on sale at SHE AP news stand. Jas. Scott, one of Argyle's pro minent business men, left on Mon day for old Scotia's shore, on a visit. Miss Annie Tornell Rives lessons in music. Those interested will please call ut the residence of Rev A Tornell. The concert by the Hutchinson family, "Tribe of AsnV at the Op era House on Tuesday evening was a rich musical treat., very much eh* joyed by those present. E. T. Frank returned home on Saturday, having finished teaching the winter term of school at Nortli ote. He will go back to continue the work when the spring term opens. We desire to settle all outstand ing obligations immediately, ami shall be obliged to all our subscrib ers if they will remit to ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 February 1895

MhMlMk DELINQUENT TAX LIST. A List of Delinquent Taxes up on Real Estate within the County of Marshall, State of Minnesota, for the Year A.D 1893, remaining delinquent and unpaid on the first Monday in January* 1895, and the penalties ac crued thereon, STAT* or MiNfRSOTA, DISTRICT Cil*RT, oovitTTor Mmsnja.L. uh JmlKtal Nttrirt, TheStata ol Minnesota, to all PNOH, eo pantos or corporations, who hat*, or im **y eatate. right, title or iat*rst lu. claim to,w Men upon any of the several pliw** or r*WtlA ot land In the Hat heroto attach**! d*rtbod. lh lint of tax** and tmnAUkw on real protv* trt lor tuo county ot Marshal], rvmatalair d** llnquent on the Monday tn Jannwy .X O, IMS, haaibwn flUxl in th* offic* ot to* Ck*k ot District Court ot th* county ot Mr*h*ll, ot which that hereto attached i a tru* copv. Therefore, You and each ot yoo ar* h*r*iw reqnlred to file tn the ofllv* ot tu Ctrk ot thv District Court ot Marshall county, oa ot o*hr the twentieth fjtoth) day of March, IS95, your...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 February 1895

IBH i !H 8 *w tlI!,*It 1 1 i i.*sttih to iy 1 \fc 1 do hf aw 2Un .J S G^.odricl) hf sw qr se sec 23 20a ^kJ.n Wnllnct! hi' nw qr lit sw qr sec 24 160a S Johnson sw qr see 25160a A \V Wallace nw qr sec 25 160a S Goodrich all less right of wav see 27 625.- 73a A Brosoit nw qr sec28 160a. Cyrns Greek se qr sec 28 160a Xi Lpgault ne qr sec29 160a 2^ Perault se qr sec 29 160a J3 Labine hf sw qr lots 3 and 4 see 30 163 67n Joseph liassinet se qr sec 30 160a Sonnliff lots 3 and 4 of sw qr sec 31 80.88a Chiller hf sw qr sec 31 80a Sourdifl hf se qr sec 31 80a and E Ohmer hf sec 33 320a McLaughlin heirs nw qr less right of way sec 34 151.56a Geo Joae hf nw qr sw qr ne qr sec 35 120a ame hf MW qr hf se qr sec 35 160a 46 38 *ume hf ne qr lots 1 and 2 se 6 159 69a Christoffei tn hf s\v qr lots 6 and 7see 6165.20a ^Tohti Younir sw qr sec 8 160a 35 81 Keye se qr sec 10 160a 39 73 J.uline and others all of sec 11 640a rV Liindin no i sec 12 160a Root Gordon u\v qr sec 12 160a Chriatofferson n\v qr...

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