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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 August 1895

'Jv fp-KR ^S ?i 1 "e- if r^ It k" ..r v~. v- aometaiug ina rainy day, oofort like, Thou*h" most folks call It dreary, $fi Zin* ot 6n9 9 TUtN Umewlie I'm weary. $ *M*toasi an hearcit fall. &.-" & "ootnlnd musi tappin Against the roof and winder panes, Wke gentle spirits rappin". My mind turns back to boyhood days I think of old time aoln's, And all the castles that I built, That nowart. mostly ruins. 3 t- sr An wft If,-jtr ft A day to heave-to the old boat. v, And mend the sails that's wearln', H of tak-vyour bearing A rainyo day's a time to stop But when a reg'lar storm blows up. The wind a-howlln' fiercely And all the trees stripped by the gale, Not a leaf left on 'em, skeercely. The rain comes down In cataracts The old house fairly rattles The rafter* groan, the shutters bang, Like the noise of forty battles. You think of ships and gales and wreoks. And satlors In the rlggln', Of men's hoarse criws and women's tears, And death, and graves a-diggln'. On. then you thank your...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 August 1895

^5|^V- rs' 'WOHpMt'U if! 4 I if- i&- I ft- rWarrei]f*fiheaP. J.P.MATTSON, ?,\!$ Edit rand Proprietor. RICE. $1.60 E YEA N ADVANC|5 Olflcul Paper of Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, August 8th, 1805. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SDKGEON. OrwPtNeitdoorcastofBsnk, J. McGlLLAJV, M. JD. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east o! J. A.Noye's Harness Shopa stairs. Warren, Mine, C. 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and XI. S. Land Office bus inessgiven prompt atten tion, WARREN.* MINN. $amuel Cooke" ATTORNEY AT LAW. files oua doar east of Holcomb's Grocery Store. Warren, Minn. A. CfMNDElANB, ATTOHKEY-AT-LAW. WAUREN.MINN. Established 1883. P. PETERSON, Merchant Tailor* WARREN, MINN. Fine Suits Lade to Order txSliort Notice, Wm. J. Brown, ^^^Attorney-At-Laiv. MT Office one door west of SHEAF office,.*^* Warren, Minn, Windsor Hotel WARREN, A/WA. We are a^ain in tb Windsor. JETe-wJy Fitted and FvurnisHed. We want the commercial trade ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 August 1895

V* it**. pmmmm0mm *e**W 1 nwanw *i jWaPMfihMlSl Bdltorand Proprietor? MttCE. $1.5* PER TBAJ Ofleialaa l*ga ADVANC E. ef Martliall County. advertisements at legal rata. Thursday, August 8th, 1805. 0.8. WATTAM B, A, D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. |if. McGILLAJT, M. D* Physician and Surgeon. Secoad door east of J. A.Noys'aJUraesa^ ShopptIr4' $&, tf Warren, if inn a S. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE Contestsy JVa2 Proofs and U.S. Land Office busthe iness given prompt atten tion, ,/.?&, WARREN.* S oe oae door east of Hokomb'a Grocery Store. Warren. Minn. A QftfJIKtAlll), ITTORHEY-IT-MW. WAUREN.MINN. Established 1882. '$$ P. PETERSON, *-MerchantTailor- WARREN, mmui -HIIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIr I^noS-uiltsa^acle to _rd.ex assort Notice, Wm. J. Brown, *m. m.. :..'i*-dff Attornefftt-L&W. *T Office oua door west of SHEAF oce.j Warre n, JL Minn, Windsor Hotel WARREN, MINh. We are a#aio in the Windsor* We want the commercial trade and will do our utmost to merit it. Our accommodations will be as good ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 August 1895

I If:" 0#a" Whitney leads in lov Drives Aug. Walleutin left for St. Pant on Aaonday evening. Mr. John Nixon* on the Lakin farm is reported being seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Melgaard, of Argyle, visited in the city last Fri day. J. P. Lun din and daughter, of Stephen, visited in Warren Friday last week, Mr. J. G. Gillespie, manager of the Stephen farm, was in the city on Friday last week. Mrs. Knapp from Minneapolis, has come to visit JUT sisier Mrs. -George, who is ill. At an auction sate/of Ivories'"on Saturday afternoon, two animals brought $11 and $15 respectively. Services will be held nest Sun dav evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Swedish Luth church by J. A. Swan son. Miss Mary Anderson, of Crooks ton, has been visiting friends in the city for a couple of weeks, returning home yesterday. A flat car loaded with wagons and army equipments from Fort Pembina was attached to Tuesday's train for shipment to Montana. Mrs. 0. M. Holmgren, of the un organized town east of West Valle...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 August 1895

5i- #l "3 I ft at ten & WARREN. 1 WW4' Wife ^SKaa JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop: NN A BIOYOTJE rider says: "I've heard a good deal about the bicycle displacing the horse and wagon, but I tried it and failed." IT is said that in Japan "earth quakes are so frequent th only a!iHil0JDLP*d ia_the isthatstope to shav ing until the shock is over." MRS. A. S. PALMAR, who died at Cleveland recently, was her youth instructor of James A. Garfield. It was aha who taught the future presi.- BMY. MOSES D. HOGE, of Richmond, "Va., has been pastor of the Second Presbyterian church in that city for fifty years. His congregation includes grandchildren of former members of his flock. TfiBS* Imnlbure^u is getting reports which, indicate that the production of gold this year, throughout the world, will reachtfJW.OQOfOQd,which will be an wjrijLGas f abeut $9,000,dt) 0 ove tkfc prtS&fcetion of 18S$. THE dryest pUvae in the world is that pai'b ot Egypt between Uie two lower faUs of the Nile. Rain...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 August 1895

fp^v. 1 y\ *s ^MAgfC'-'fai &&.,,*: trtVt..frit- /-.ff f. :'Jf2Sa1:'irctt ^SKcaf ."Y-:'5V Joky P. MATTsoy, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN. JTtX TOO OLD. ^j|: Her eyets were shot with Heaven'* own blue, de tn a I saw how true hel That little maid to me could be I* only now her heart were free. $' But when I sought to find some traoe Of dawning love ln that fair face, It turned from me In 1oy and glee, $ Her oonfldant 1 oould not be, And then I tried with bribas to buy A heart that jeered and mocked my ory For love that is not bought with gold. Ahl Me! perohanoe I'm growing old. ._ jjj As sadly this convtctlon came, Ruined from her In very shame. wondered how I believe W hQ was not laughingdared her sleeve For as the mirror quiok. I passed. I saw thetruth. and knew at last How old a fool I'd grown to be For I was Bfty, she was three. I* H. Watson, ln Chioago Times-Herald. THE LATIN SCHOLARSHIP. BY CHARLES G, D. ROBERTS. E sunshine of id May stream ed al luringly into the great s...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 August 1895

4 f. i Warren Sheap. J.P.MATTSON,y 5 Editor and Proprietor. MtlCE, tl.50 PRR KA I N ADVANCE. OMUI Paper of Marshall County. y? gj advertisements at legal rat*** Thursday, August, 8th, 1895. J*. S. WATTAM B, A, D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, if J*/./. McGILLAJY, M. D. I Physician and Surgeon. 4, Second door east ol .1. A.Noye's Harness Shopupstair*. Warren, Mini: 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and V. S. Land Office bus* iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MINN. gamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fflce one door east o! Holcomb'a Grocery Store. Warren, Minn. ATTORM0 AT LAW. WARREN, MINN. Established 1882. P. PETERSON, IH- Merchant Tailor WARREN, MINN. 3E^neS-iiite:M:ad.e to OrdLer a. Sliort 3^Totioe. Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. *T" Office one door west of SHEAF offlce.j Warren, Minn. Windsor Hotel WARREN, Mm. We are again in the Windsor. iTewJy lotted. arrui Frxrnifijliedl. We want the commercial trade and will do our utmost to merit it. Our accommodations will be as go...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 August 1895

5 A If MMMMi a A?/f "V ^Volume XV. & i&< iiiL l A 'i Home and County News Whitney leads in low orijes. *-F W. Woodward finished cutting Wheat on Monday. Mrs. Frank Seign went to Ada last Saturday to visit relatives and friends. JSft\+.' S. E. Perkins, of Kewanee, III., is here on a visit with his sister, Mrs. D. Bernard. Presiding elder A. Knntson will preach in the M. E. church on Friday evening, 8 o'clock, this week. S. A. March, Jr., reports har vesting finished on the March farm with the exception of a small piece of flax. &' Mrs. L. C. Ketcham find d ligh ter Florence returned home on Thurs day last week from Illinois, where they have been on a visit. Geo. Purvis, of the Grent North, ern Land Department, is gathering samples of Red River valley products for display at the 8tote Fair. Lewis Westmari last week re ceived the sad news of the death of his mother and he left on Saturday forDurand, Wis., to attend her fu neral. Mr. High warden, the barber, who several y...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 August 1895

I **i8 "5t "I *:"2Saxxen ^kv I _ *?T"i ^meaf JOHN P. MATTBOW, Editor and Prop. WARREN. |NN IT would seem that the startling thing about the nsw woman is her tendency to use a horse-whip instead of the old-time umbrella ACCORDING to Gen. Coppmger's tele prams the Bannock Indians seemed to have pulled Jackson's Hole in after them Indian wars nowadays are mostly fictions. HE smallest city in the world is the miniature place known as Steward city, Alaska, its three inhabitants be inff respectively mayor, chairman of the board of alderman, and president of the common council. QUEEN VICTORIA'S household is a large one, consisting of just under a thousand persons, for the maintenance of whom the nation bets apart the sum of $2,500,000 every year. Most of the offices are sinecures or fixtures for life. HE lowest temperature ever re corded on the earth was taken at Werchojansk, in the interior of Siberia, January 15, lfc85 It was 00 degrees and a fraction below zei o. There the earth is froz...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 August 1895

*V I *i** MBB^I I I ^Till grievlxuf friends, when I am cold, Beside my narrow bedside stand, And softly toucb the withered hand. And speak the name I bore of old, When I am cold? Will loving feet when I am dead. At fond affection btdding come. And follow to Its silent home My lifeless form with gentle tread, When I am dead? Will tender hinds when I am gone, Caress the form so silent now. And sdttly touch the marble brow. And deok with flowers the simple stone, When I am gone? When life is over and I am dead, Will loving eyes their brightness dim With tender tears at thought of him Who lies so still upon his bed When I am dead? *W1U kindly lips, when life has flown, Recall the dear and olden days. And cover all my faults with praise, And tell the good I did alone, When life has flown' O friends of mine, while I am here Imprint your kiss upon my brow, I need your true affection now, O, let me feel your presence near, While I am here. Let loving tet while shines the day, Keep faithful ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 August 1895

Wt s. ty -*fer?'' Warreit SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor., PRICE, 1.50 TRR YEAK \-e IN ADVANCE. Official Paper of Marshall County. advrti8emets Ugal at legal rates. Thursday, AugiiHfc 22, 1895. S. WATTAM^XiVUD PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OrrioK:NextdooraantofBank. I. J. Me GILL A JV, M. J). Physician and Surgeon. Second door east or J, A.Noye's Harness Shopup stairs. Warren, WARREN. Mim: S. HUJLL JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and IT. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten-s tion. MfN N Samuel Cooke ATTORNEY AT LAW. oa do 3 ea,fc of ,U, nV 9 WARREN, Oro.^ry Store. Warren, Minn. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Established 1882. WARREN, MINN. P. PETEBSON, MerchantTailor mHHt IPIiie Siait Made to Order oaSHort 3STotiae, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. XT Office one door west of SHRAF office..** Warren, Minn. Windsor Hotel IVARREN, MINK. We are again in the Windsor. JSTe-wjy fitted. and F-arnisneca.. We want the commercial trade and will do our utmost to merit it. Our accommodation...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 August 1895

.V I j*L 'm-A Home and County News ^i^hitneyleadsin Ion- Dri-iaa. kf' J.W.Carr, of Watseka, III., here looking after farming interests, W r- Clerk of court Malberg is spend- -j ing the week on his farm in Excel. *l* --Andrew Jonaon, of Evansvifte, Minn., is threshing on theEdwnrdh's farm. Fotmn: A pair of spectacles, which may be had by inquiring at SHEAS' ffice. Frank L. Murray, ofDulnth, ar rived Monday to spend a few days in the city. County treasurer Dahlgren was -f at Argyle last Friday ^T .and measures. LN sealingi weights A. H. Southworth reports an av- erage yield bushels of wheat pet acre rin his farm* '4-. E. E. Dunwoody, of the BarnunH Grain Co,, ftfcnneapolis and Dulnth, was in the city Tuesday. A..Grindeland left for St. Paul last Friday to attend a meeting of the State Normal Board. Miss Bessie Cameron, of St. Thomas, N. I)., arrived last Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. John Sinclair E. E. Graham received a sad message on Monday informing him of the death of his mothe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 August 1895

sf 1 "U I I Wi -ascmrerc 0N /4&Heaj JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN. HE highest waterfall In the world, BO far as known, is the Ribbon fall of the Yosemlte, which has a sheer de scent of 3,300 feet 0t4JiaJttag.tu^*Ux.^P.ivn\\ju 9 ex- istence is said to be that ofthe king oT Portugal. The jewels which ornament it are valued at $8,000,000, A SURVIVING brother of Lord Tenny son is abottVtb bring out anoth ume of|J|ef^ar KH with A Jrel fc3^*lr. "Poems otTwo Brothers."* SINCK the United States government was organized less than 9d0C p#bple have served as United States sirihtofs, while more than 800 had previously been J*|^Sfs of jrfrt aentatlves. A BOSTON editor took a Malne^oruf, abandoned, and determined to show that the ajkuidonnient was a pieee of folly. Ainong^fcther crops he ba^ cut this year was 100 tons of hay from this piece of land, It takes an editor ib point tEe way*every-tirrie.~ IN thjj )i#ctr0 $ie absolutely stu pendous number of pictuies which represeuJ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 August 1895

^T^ Vf A 'A- v1 H .V.,7i- a 8tePmother PiL*?01^0' true onrt sweet, Tol ueaa in t) nurrow path, my wandering feet, And though I miss the milder joys of life, ieaon me to gird my heart for noble strife. While I was still a wayward, fretful ohlld, HOW didst thou lure me to thy bosom mild With what quaint quibs and with what joound ways rhou didstmask beguile iny ^}dJn those far off days, before th solemn face i Ana hiding years beneath a youthful grace. Now drop thy mask I know thee as thou art, Brave and severe, teaching the harder part, With worn and knotted hands, and weary eyes, Yet thou alone canst teaoh where Heaven lies. Katharine Pyle, in N. Y. Independent. A HOLIDAY TKAGEDY. All my life I have beenwell, not exactly a woman hater, but a firm be liever in the idea that man is the lord of creation, and that woman is not an absolute necessity. For many years it was my proud boast that I was able to dispenserfvith feminine aid and yet live a very enjoyable life, as, with clockwork ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 August 1895

THE ?J!L^ stSTEPMOTHER.s 0t Pmo"icr true and cot. )T Toi ueaa in t) nuirow path, my wandering feet, And though I miss the milder joys of life, loach me to glul my heart foi noble strife. While I was still a wuyward fretful child. How didst thou lure me to thy bosom mild With what quaint qulbs and with what jocund wuya Thou didst beguileef meethythose in far off days, solemn face. bor A^ilf a mas Ana hiding years beneath a youthful grace. Now drop thy mask. I know thee as thou art, Urave and severe, teaching tha harder part, With worn and knotted hands anJ weary P\ es, Yot thou alone canst teash where Hei\e lies. Katharino P/le, in N Independent. A HOLIDAY TEAGEDY. All my life I ha ve beenwell, not exuetly a woman hater, but a firm be liever in the idea that man is the lord of creation, and that woman is not an absolute necessity. Fo many years it uas my proud boast that I was able to dispense with feminine aid and yet live a very enjoyable life, as, with clockwork regularity, I went...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 August 1895

Vi Cij %J- 'I 4 hi .A I i /J ^Warren *$*. ff^' 1*5 irv* I- a?* 1 ,W,^^V.-J i "SIIPAP fcJ J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PJMCE, TEAR ADVANCE. Ol&eial Paper af Marshall County. advertisements at legal wtte. Thursday, August 29, 1895. G, S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. QyiCKiNextdooraaatotBank. J. Me GILL AJ\T, M* D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.Noye's 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. Samuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fl:j 3a3 j.v *ait of lc- nVa a.-owySfcore. Warren, Minn. A, CfrlNDEtANI), ATTORKE AT LAW. WARREN, MINN. established 1882. P. PETERSON, Merchant Tailor BARREN, MINN. :Pixxe Suits Made to Order CL SHert iTotioe, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. M&- Office one door west of SHEAF offlce._f Warren, Minn. Windsor Hotel WARREN, MINK. We are again in the Windsor. 3Tew337 fitted, stud. F-ULmisiied.. We want the comme...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 September 1895

Home and County News Whitney leads in Ion- Drives. J. H. McArthur arrived in city on Monday. the Read what W. T. Powell says about plows and plowing in his ad this week. W. M. Fmh, from nenr Des Moines, Iowa, is here visiting his brother, Alvin Fish, of Foldal. Frank A. Mattson commenced teaching a term of school inDist.No. 6, town of Warrenton, this week. P. Blomsness and family arrived from Duluth on Tuesday to once more take up their residence in War ren. Louis M. Olson, of Big Woods, was in the city Inst Satnrduy, and reported a big yifld of wheat along Red River. \V. N. Box lost 18 acres of oats by ftre on \londay, the flames being fanned by the strong wind preceding the shower. \y' R^fl'l the notice warning against letting out prairie fires. Too much care can not be exercised in that re spect this year. Mrs. M. P. Gilbert, of Chicago, arrived last Saturday to look after her husband, while the latter is look ing after the big crop. All pupils entitled to attend in the High Scho...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 September 1895

JL i U i *f (9 I &*0" *fcf ISHaxveut J&heaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN, I **INN. ^M-trr-r-t-f-^i-T-t-I11 T*********v SEPTEMBER1895. *+*Hr*Hrt*++VrW++++^+-r-r pftSoiffapVof'tthe HE new pKb*to&rap^'of "heavens, which is being- prepared by London, Berlin and Parisian astronomers, shows 68,000,000 stars. IT IS a fact thaTWrmarriecl subject in Austria can procure a passport to go beyond the frontier unless he can produce a written consent from his wife. Ijl i i i 0 Ax Bremen, the largest sailing1 ship afloat has jusA-been completed. J?he is called the Potosi, is a five-master, 3i feet long, 50 broad,with a draught of 25 feet, and s| ca|ryincapacity of 6,150 tons. I in -in HI in. %^-A it IT is estimated that the American people have already invested, this*, year 825,000,000 in bicycles, $J,000,000 ar nica and 81,000,000 in sticking plaster. It has been a little hard on the hoxbes and the savings banks. IT has been positively demonstrated that tobacco is one of th...

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

"V. tf *T ^y' **^~~~T*"!'~Wt^''r'! A THBIPPEtfNY TOKEN. THOMAS WHARTON. not preserve weak-mindfld E custom of splitting six- pences or other small coins be- TKEBK BEFORE BTB8 LAY THE OB- JECT I WAS SEEKING. lected the matter, until one day, on passing a jeweler's shop, the half threepence popped into my head. 'I will have it riveted at once!" I said to myself. I entered the shop well satis fied with my diligence. My excite ment and pallor when I discovered my loss created a sensation among the salesmen and customers. The impres sion gained that I had been robbed of diamonds at least, and I did not dare to correct it I scratched myself then and there before them all to the verge of impropriety, and subsequently sub jected my office and my bedroom to a scrutiny which would have made the .Russian police turn pale with envy but might as well have been^looking for the ten lost tribes. Do what I might I could not find that fatal fif teen mills' worth of white metal, and I do not expect th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 September 1895

S 1. "'1** fell! WarrercJSheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor? IPMCE, fl/M PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Mcial Paper of Marshal Cfjuntyl Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, September 5,1895. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OFFie*:NextdooreaetofBank. J. J. Mo GILL AN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J.A.Noye's Harness Shopup stairs. Warren, Mine CTSTHULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion, WARREN. MINN. gamuel Cooke, ATTOKNEY AT LAW. ffl OJ Jr*a*fc of H.ilonVa Orjcary Store. Warren, Minn. A, GftWUEiAND, ATTORNEY- AT -LAW. WARREN, MINN. Established isss. PETERSON, *-MerchantTailor wARREN, MINN IHHIIItllllllllllflll I^irLe 3-o.its ZMIa,ca.e to Ord.er a. Sliort 3^Totio, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. Office one door west of SHRAF oBlee..*^ Warren, Minn. Windsor Hotel WARREN, MINK. We are a ain in the Windsor. Newly fitted, and ^PrLrnisixed.. We want the commercial trade and will do our ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
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