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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 March 1895

w% I i 1! 1,1 te-. ft ut i 3"" SS^? "Warren SheaP. J.P.MATfcSOft, Editor Aftti Proprietor. Wlicim Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, March 7th, 1895. i. wr(M-feJ$*&w& aMMAtftti c^S Commissioners' Proceedings Proceedings of the Board of Coun ty Commissioners at their meeting held at the County Auditor'soHice oS2ZL-J o, Warren, Minn., on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1895. Meeting called to order by Auditor. Members present, W. E. Wood, Gus. Anderson, Martin Besancon, N. C.Wm Rood. Absent, Anton Hill. On motion W. E. Wood was ap pointed chairman pro tern. A petition of Louis liiopell and others for formation of a new School District was granted a hearing at next meeting. The Bond of Albert Pouliot fo Deputy Coroner, approved H L. Melgaard, application for JohnF- M&ttson, officer* bill for *5fi 7rt niinr0H correction of assessment. o*d abate- ^^",2*1- S S ment of taxes, granted a hearing next meeting. N. K. Nelson, application for cor rection of assessment and abatement of taxes, not ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 March 1895

^^^s lr a h\ I *nt iK&" I 1,* ite" ill'** Whitney leads in low orices. C. W. Brown has reated CHIbert form. -K- 1 SK Home and County News the Mrs. A. R. Gordon is prostrated hy sickness. J. A. Noyes got homo from the Bed Lake reservation on Sunday. I will sell one share in the stul Hon "Soflff." S CooK E L. Lumberson took the Great Northern for Grand Forks on Mon* day. We have a long list o! city lots. See our "ad." HANK OF WARREN. Revival services are being held in the M. E. church every evening this week. M. P. Gilbert, of Chicago, ar rived in the city Jast Saturday and returned on Monday, For only a short time now will we continue to sell lots at #5.00 each. BANK OF WARREN. Miss Annie Tornell gives lessons in music. Those Interested will please call at the residence of Rev A Tornell. The citizens of Warren will vote "tipon the question of licensing the *aloons at the city election on Tues day next week. County Superintendent Robert son conducted a teacher's examina tion at Wa...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 March 1895

4' i% Y'f^ 1 il hv lev JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Frop WARREN. MINN IT is estimated that two hundred tons of ostrich feathers have been ex ported from Cape Colony during the past thirty years, valued at 850,000,000. ONE MiLiiiow men are among the four million signers of the White Ribbon petition to congress to abolish the liquor traffic. The petition is about six miles long. IT is not surprising that people seek ing divorce courts never go to South Carolina. Under no circumstances nor for any cause whatever are divorces granted in that state. A WKSTEKN paper the other day spoke of a bride as "a member of eight secret societies, several clubs and one or two missionary bands." Has it come to these as qualifications of brides? To THE pyramids by trolley may soon be a possible trip. The Egyptian gov ernment has just granted a concession for an electrio railroad in Cairo, and the pyramids are only eight miles away. THE Woman's congress, at its nation al session in Washington, denounced ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 March 1895

i^^f!7& kVlV" l^Wi 1 5* te ^T^f^^ijf^^^ ^"^^*r#i^^^fi'^pi^f|,^*^ WINTER BIRDS. ffom my window, ne While winds so keenly blow, How merrily they twitter, And revel In the snow' In brown and ruffled feathers They dot the white around, And not one moping comrade Among the lot I've found. "Cheep! Cheep!" their tiny voice* Seem thankfully to say. "A blessing to tho Giver We sing upon our way Though skies are dull and stormy, To sigh would never do, For He who sends the winter Will send the summer too." Have I a heart so thankful For all that He bestows The sweet as well as bitter, The snowflake and the rose? Or do I sigh, impatient And thankless, at the gloom That makes all brighter, sweeter, The springtime's boundless bloomr Ah, may I be as cheerful As yonder winter birds, Through ills and petty crosses, With no repining words! 4 So, teaching me this lesson. Away, away they go, And leave their tiny footprints. In stars, upon the snow! George Cooper, In S 8 Times. STOLEN EVIDENCE. iO ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 March 1895

u*- Warre SheaP S.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor* TRICE, l.BO IRlt YEAR IN ADVANCE. Official Paper of marshal! Counfy. legal advertisements at legal rates* Thursday, March 14th, 1895. G.S.WATTAMB.&WM.SC. PHTSICUN and SURGEON. Orricx.-NextdoorsaetofBank. I. J.McGILLAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door oast ot J. .fl.Noy*' Harness Shopap stair*. Warren, Minn. C. 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proof* and U. S. Land Office bus* iness given prompt atten tion* WABREN. MINN. gamuel Cooke,. ATTORN EY A LAW. Office one door east of Post Office. Warren, Minn. P. PETERSON, MerchantTailor WABREN, MINN. Illllllllllllllllllllll IFIne Stilts :MIad.e t Ord.or o. Sliort 2^"otioe. Wm. J. Bpown, Attorney-At-Law. Office one door west of SHEAF office,.^ Warren, Minn. Th Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical */lrt Magazine. (The only Art Periodical awarded a Medal at the World's Fair.) Invaluable to all who wish to make their living by art or to make their homes beautiful. OK ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 March 1895

,'W JH If if I if pp m if I V-' If-. rv ft s\ 4?'- i) Home and County News WWfeneyleads in lew orices. C. J. Klingborg is builcjitt^ him *elf a residence. A fine daughter won born to Mr. and Mrs. John 0 Larson on Sunday morning last. L. C. Franklin, of Grafton,N.D visited friends in this city on Satur day and Sunday. A. S. McGinniss returned Mon day from Grand Forks where he hus been visiting for a couple of weeks. Miss Annie Tornell gives lessons in music. Those interested will please call at the residence of Rev. A. Tornell. Rev. J. M. Brown delivered an able and eloquent addresson temper* ance at the opera house on Saturday -evening. The ladies of the Scandinavian "Methodist society will hold an auc tion sale and w-rve coffee and cake at Slee's hall next Saturday evening. All are cordially invited. Selling lots? Well I should sny 80. I have sold, twenty-nine lots to good men this forenoon. FRED FLANDERS, RANK OFWARHKN. C. E. Lnndquist, who now is a prosperous merchant at Hawley, ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 March 1895

Be '4 i 1&# JOHN P. MATTSQN, Editor and Prop. WARREN. MINN. A LONDON firm which has manufac tured eight of the eleven cables linking the United States to England makes 65 miles of cable each twenty-four hours. A KANSAS Crrr theater manager has 'beaten all the high hat legislation by politely requesting the ladies to remove their hats. All the ladies complied with the request. FAYEOTK Co., Ky., has improved roads and these draw so much custom to its towns that adjoining counties will be compelled to improve their roads to save their trade. PHONOGRAPHIC clocks, which verbal ly announce the hours of the day, are made in Germany. You can get a clock that will speak in any of the modern languages. WILLIAM WALDORF ASTOR has dropped 82,000,000 in his London newspaper ven tures and is now ready to become an American citizen again. There is no school like that of experience. HE Bteamer Elbe sank in one hun dred and twenty-six feet of water, but if it is true that $1,000,000 in gold went ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 March 1895

i* $ id -^v^s THE HUMMING TOP. ffhe top It hummotta a sweot. Rweet son?, To my dear little boy at play Merrily stngeth all day long, As It Bpinneth and spinnelh a,way. And my dear little boy He laugheth with joy When he heareth the tuneful tuna Of that busy thing That loveth lo sing The song that is all Its own. Hold fast the string and wind it tight. That the song be loud and oleir Now hurl the top with all your might Upon the banquette here. And straight from the string The joyous thing Boundeth and spinneth along And it whirrs and it chirrs And it burrs and it purra Ever its pretty song Will ever my dear little boy grow old, As some have grown before* Will ever his heart feel faint and cold. When, he heareth the songs of yore? Will ever this toy Of my dear little boy, When the years have worn away, Sing sad and low Of the long ago, As it singeth to me to-dayf Eugene Field, in Home. POLAR BEARS THAT GREW. The Nearer the Hunters Got the Bigger They Seemed. At Last They Reached the ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 March 1895

-.1 v] 4 a i'**3G- ^S.% mi S.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PHICE, 1,00 E it YEAlt IN ADVANCE* WWonla8 of Marshall CounlyT legal advertisements at legal raits* Thursday, March 21st, 1895. G. S. WATTAM B, A, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON* OpricK :Next dooreast of Bank. I.J.McGILLAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.Noye'a Harness Shopupstairs. Warren, Mine. C. S. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MINN. gamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY'AT LAW. Office one door east of Poat Office. Warren, Minn. P. PETERSON, c- Merchant Tailor* WARREN, MINN. OFixi Sin.it ZM:ad.e t Order o. Sliort 2STotloe, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. MSf Office one door west of SHEAF office, Warren, Minn. Th Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical */lrt Magazine. (The only Art Periodical awarded a Medal at the World's Fair.) In valuable to all who wish to make their living by art or to make their homes beautiful. rOK IOC. we wil...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 March 1895

?& IJ"*- 4- Home and County News Whttae.y leads in low oricea. C. R. Sawyer, of Crookston*, wns in the city yeaterdny. Rev. J. S. David, of Joliet, I|JM arrived on FridayInut week. Jolm Sheets, lately of Ontario, as visiting hw cousin, Wm. Tripp. Tho Rtiong winds? have dried the fields, which are now in good condi tion for seeding. G. C. Winchester Una something important to tell the public in his new advertisement this week. _. It looks as if the month of March Is determined to^bfow itself nt of existence. The Misses Longlirldgvr & Kiug Kitoft are displaying a lar^s new Jtte of fine millinery in their store. Miss Annie Tornell gi?er lesson* fin music. Those interested will please call at tin? residence of Rev A Tornell. Mr. P. F. Spaulding, of Pough keep*ie, N. Y., has arrived to look after seeding operations on his bohomes.' nanza farm. Wm, Hunter has bought a lot on Fourth street and has commeno ed the erection of a handsome resi dence thereon. Conductor Casper Sands i sp...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 March 1895

i JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN, MINN. N EW YORK has a society organized to see that the constitution of the United States is posted in public places where all citizens may read it. HE Maine bona of the Revolution have just admitted to "membership in their order the descendant of a Pas amaquoddy Indian chief \vtid fOught for America in the days of 1776* i1 1 he 1 5 ttest settled whether the. bicycle Jblooiherjj are an infringement on man's trousers. IT is said that comparatively few Chinamen at home know that a war is in progress. Phey are concealed in villages thousands of miles' from the coast and the news of the outside world never gets to them. PROF YOUNG finds by investigation that the sun's light is about 300,000 times as great as the moon's If, there fore, the sky was covered with full moons they would give but one-eighth as much light as the sun. HE -Chinese empire is divided into eighteen grand provinces, represent ing an average area of 248,000 square miles.' The...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 March 1895

1a*trei* W Btaaa^a^i^iBiaMi ~&hectf JOHN P. ATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN WINTER DAYS. Spring has Ha tender, smiling hope. Its hints of radiant bloom. And summer casts a horoscope In sweet, star-haunted gloom But neither spring nor summer fills My heart with old ecstatic thrills. Keen winter with Us turquoise skies, Its frosty, sparkling airs. Its bold, harmonious voice that cries Health to the world's despairs, Its robust will, its hardy sense Of life and joyous recompense This is the lever of the soul, This the wild ardent will That fashions man to such a whole As faith might have him still, That guides the blood-stream of his Ufa Along the shadowy trails of strife. Winter of ice, and sleet, and snow. Of gray, unfiowering earth. Yet singing through the winds that blow Their large tempestuous mirth. For me it has a heart of fire Unquenohed and deathless as desire. Q. E. Montgomery, In Harper's Weekly. A CAPTIOUS CRITIC. An Author's Strange Adventure with a Maniac. 1 am ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 March 1895

y?/ W J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PU1CE. *1.50 PER YEAR iN ADVANCE. Official Paper of Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, March 28th, 1895. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. l\ PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OrricEiNextdooreaatofBank. I.J.McGJLLAW, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second doorcast of J. A. Noyo'a Harnmi Shopupstairs. Warren. Minn. 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WABREN. MINN. Samuel Cooke ATTORNEY AT LATV. Office one door east of Post Office. Warren, Minn. P. PETERSON, Merchant Tailor WARREN, M| 60 E I NN Illlllllllllllllllllll l Fine S-o.it :Mietd.e to OrdLer o. Sliort 2STotioe, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. Office one door west of SHEAF office,.C* Warr en Minn The Ar Amateur. Best and Largest Practical *Art Magazine. (The only Art Periodical awarded a Medal at the World's Fair.) Invaluable to all who wish to make their living by art or to make their homes beautiful. FOK IOC. We ...

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 April 1895

J*' 4* Home and County News Whitney leads in low Drices. S. Cooke went to Crookston Monday. Louis Wallin, now of Roman* was in the city yesterday. District court for Mnrsliallcoun will convene on May 20th. Dr. A. A. Westeen, of Grand Forks, was in the city yesterday. Jas. Scott, of Argyle, returned home on Tuesday from a trip to Scotland. John Whalen, of Stephen, trans acted business at, the court house yesterday. The first seeding that has been sported to us was on the Lakin farm on March ^7Mi. Gnnlick Olson, of Stearns coun ty, visited wifVljfc^flaiiy'o^^: Swanson on Tuesday Mr, and Mrs. MonroelPaliner, of Angus, attended the meeting of thetion. Prtsbytery yesterday... Most fnrmere in this vicinity com mence seeding this week. The soil is dry and in good condition. The city schools have a vaca tion this week. Next Monday the spring term will commence. County treasurer Dahlgren has purchased the house of Lars Ander son near the Mission church. Yes the SHEAF is a great adver tising ...

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 April 1895

W Hi. ^v i fcr- JOHN P. MATTSOW, Editor and Prop WARREN, MINN. THR blue laws of Connecticut hare passed in limbo, but their passing has not caused a whirlwind of Sunday kiss* ing among the Nutmeg husbands. OSCAB WftDK says that cake is now seldom seen in really smart houses. But it does not follow that doing with out cake entities people to be called smart. THR czar of Russia has established a fund of 8350,000 to relieve journalists and authors in distress, and to provide for their widows and orphans when they die. A CHICAGO woman doctor suggests that men should wear skirts. She will find a field of useful endeavor in at tempting to persuade the women to keep on wearing them. Miss BOHX is the name of a Philadel phia heiress who is to marry an Amer ican printer, instead of a foreign count. Benjamin Franklin was a printer in the city of Philadelphia. LONDON is the largest city on the earth with a population of 4,231,431, Paris stands next with 2,447,057, New York third with 1,800,789....

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 April 1895

rtf It/ 4 fl ft t*. :1 I ft Jp ($ J?/.*- 9 *W fe,^ if llPr-* Hr I JF^ 4 i E $4 W'- &, s"? lit JOHN P. MATI-SON, Editor and Prop. WARREN. Her mouthvperhapsbut 1 MINN MY SWEETHEART. Her height? Terhapn you'd deem her tall To be exact, jubt five feet seven Her arching feet are not too small. Her gleaming eyes are bits of Heaven. Slim are her hands, yet not too wee I could not fancy useless fingers Her hands are all that hinds should be, And own a touch whose memory lingers. The hue that lights her oval cheeks Recalls the pink that tints a cherry. Upen her chin a dimple speaks A disposition blithe and merry. Her laughter ripples like a brook Its sound a heart of stone would soften Though sweetness shines in every look, Her laugh is never loud nor often. Though golden locks have won renown With bards, I never heed their raving: The girl I love hath looks of brown, Not tightly curled gentlym waving. you'd ter it large Is firmly molded, full and curving, Her quiet lips are Cupid a char...

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 April 1895

i (4- 4* i PT* JHWB$ ^irf fe 1 Warren. Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PKlCn, 160 PJKH YEAR IN ADVANCE. Official Paper of Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thins lay, April 4th, 1895. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. E. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OFFICII: NextdooroastofBank. I.J.MoGILLAN, M. JD. Physician and Surgeon. Second door vast of J. A.Noye's Harness Shop-upstairs. Warren, Minn. C. 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office bus* iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MINN. gamuel Cooke,. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office one door east of Post Office. Warren? Minn. A, GftlflUSLAM), ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. WARRE N, MINN. Fstabllshed 1SU P. PETEBSON, CH- MerchantTailor WARREN, MINN. Fine Suits !bsL3. to Order o. Sliort liTotioe, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. Office oe floor west of SHEAF office.,* Warren, Minn. Th Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical *Art Magazine. (The only Art Periodical awarded a Medal at the World Tair.) Invaluable to all who ...

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 April 1895

IV 'tit li* J?I Volume XV. Home and County News Whitney leads in low oriees. A. G. Setterholm, of Middle Riv er, wu9 in town yesterday. John E. Ostrom, returned Tues day from a flying trip to St Paul. Olof L. Brekkestrand, postmas ter at West Valley, was in town Tuesday. Ex-county Sopt. Nelson was in town yesterday delivering subscrip tion books. of Mrs. Dr. Stone and son, gyle, returned last Saturday trip to the Pacific coast. E TVhitnev turned home **d Ar- an re *wi their trip on Tue* *x*y tins week A the' ",6*H*kvr arail southern ch'M was born in of Clms. Johnson, of Far ey, on Frid ay rooming Just week. Mrs. L. Lamberson and daugh ter Flora, and Mrs. G. S Wattam visited friends in Crookston on Fr day last week. Gardner Woolery has dulled an artesian well for Mr. Scliantzen, of Comstock, and secured a good flow Of water nt a depth of 150 feet, MARTMED. On April 6th, 1893, nt Warren, Minn., by justice J. P. Easton, Mr. John Stone to Miss Ovi nia Johnson, both of this county Rev 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. — 11 April 1895

mm Rdr ftl i I' 1 1 vl $ sJ: W i v H&avven -Sheaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and i*rop WARREN, MINN. TBKBR is in Brookline, Mass., a club of elderly women which is called the Elderblotv. That is pretty as well as honest. .1" take it the article, 5RB THE Connecticut legislature has made It a misdemeanor, punishable by im dock a ^fgw^^ THERE* are friendsh^ jbTi? uvOultf him for iirfriend than a nusband." This is trulyjjjl gem of^&irffff^ffe^s^ltad umquenfas. fir.B?. As TK^pr.KR. wi-iter, editor, hotel keeper mtd dealer in real estate J.jjiq. late Marfi&'M. Ballou, of Boston, vas| a remarlble man. In his later ye*a%s* (he was 5T5J" his liking for travel be came a pfSHaion, and he was in Egypt when he*n1ed. Mr. Ballou was the uLleuiea^Bui of a lamous latner, Rev. Hose a BMftou having been one of the most nojld'. divine%:.in.^N^w, England, half a eeWturv^Sgo. ~~J'"- HE Nw-York Central railroad has decided ^Rf_ operate its line between Buffalo flj&d Niagara Ealln .with elec t...

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 April 1895

i 4 i. JOHN JMATTSON, Editor and i'ro WARRE N* MINN. THKRK is In Brookline, Mass., a club of elderly women which is called the Elderblotv. That is pretty as well as honest. "BAB" has \yrit\en'. an article on "(ifrirn{e^ the article. dock a bl^'iT^ni^^r vrr/ ''How Usefuljj^^j^.^i'e^ J*\'e wTTTfionol library shows in his annual take it ?oT THE Connecticut legislature has made it a misdemeanor, punishable by im N LESft-tWn-:.3*O,OO0 watches wre* pawned in Paris last* year. Parisians went without tickers because they couldn't live on tick. '1-.: A STATISTICIAN* has figured it out that If the whqlejjfcwatry were.'-' as densely populated 7 as Rhoifte- lslaftd we would have a population of 9*5. TOt), 300. A TKLKGR AM from New York to Aus tralia has to go purly 20,000 miles, 15,- 000 of whiefc""are by submarine cabl e, and it is handled by fifteen operators. THEBR. are ten lailLioii sermons preached in the United States every year. If every sermon- saved only one sinner, all would be saved ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
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