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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 January 1896

Warren fiheaP.. J.P.MATTSON,.. Editor and Proprietor. PRICK, ft .SO WAX YRAlt IN ADVANCE. Official Paper el Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, January 2,189G. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OpriccNezt dooreast of Bank. J. J. McGILLAW, M. D. Physician and Surgeon* Second door east of J. A.Noye'a Karnes* Shopupstairs^ Warren, Mine. S. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE, Contests, Final froofs and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten- tion.^ WARREN, Mii\N. Samuel Cooke, ATTORN EY A LAW Offlee one door east ot Holcomb's Grocery Store. Warre n, Minn. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. R. C. Snvder'e fjMdrl WARREN, MINN. Established 18S2. P. PETERSON, Merchant Tailor WARREN, MINN lllllllllllllllllltlll Tine S\ii tl :M:ad.e to Order oo.Sh.ort ^Totioe, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. 9HT Office one door west of SHEAF oftVe.jga Warren Minn/ Windsor Hotel WARREN, MINh. We are again in the Windsor. Wevrly Fitted, and. F-arnislied. We want the cominprcial trade and will...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 January 1896

^'f% Volume XVI. GleaningsSTHome Field Whitney loads in lour orieee. Hon. It. G. QUI left for Jus home la Chicago on Monday. Andrew Olson, of the well known firm of Olson & Holen, of Argyle, at tended to matters of business before the County Board on Tuesday this week. Iver Lodoen, the popular cleric in the store of Mr. Tamlseth, expects to leave this month on a visit to his ol home in Norway,. which he has not seen in ten years. Miss Eastman, of Merrill, Iowa, who has been here for several months attending to her sister, the late Mrs. K.C.Snyder, during her last sickness, departed for hor home last Monday. Templar lodges in Marshall and Polk counties, eight in number, will be held at Warren on January 17th. Kev. fi. H. ltattey will be present to address the gathering. Homer Dowlin, hit* of Minne aplis, has began the praetice of law in Warren. He has had an extensive experience in legal matters during the la*t three years, and intends to make Warren a permanent abiding place. Re...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 January 1896

iv$#f% JOHN P. ATTSON, Editor and Propk WARREN~ I MINN. VXJLJ.AJJ.AAAAJ.AJ.4M.jM^J^.4.4Ml,4. JANUARY1896. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wed. 1 2 19 26 Thur. Frl. rp Sat. 9 3 O 7 J4 21 28 1 5 22 29 1 6 23 30 20 27 18 2&- 24 3i *Y+*++T*+++W'1r+v+1r+-Hl*T** GREAT BRITAIN has now turned the 8,000 mark in its numb er of Christian Endeavor societies. \k**:-% NEARLY every army has now abUjxeUl corps. In Germany six men of "every regime nt are mounted on wheels to act as scouts. UEV. JOHN JASPER, of Richmond Va" still insists that it is the earth that stands still and that the sun revolves around it. OR Christmas, California had an ice palace in one end of the slate and a flower show in the other,. Wonder ul land is this of ours. IT is computed that there is 800,000,- 000 worth of gold and jewels at the bot tom of the sea on the route between England and India. JIM CASH-CASH, one of the richestan most influential of th civilized Uma tilla Indians of Oregon, brought suit in the I endleton court last we...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 January 1896

JOHN P. MATTSO N, Editor and Pro WARREN* MINN. JANUARY1896. Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. J9 Thur. 2 1 3 20 Frl. 21 28 Sat. 1 0 1 7 24 31 1 1 1 8 25 1 6 2 3 30 22 2 9 26 27 ^YTT+v+fVVlrTlrYYVf'r+rirTXT* GRE\T BRITAIN has now turned the 8,000 mark in its number of Christian Kudea\or societies. Is CARI e\ ery ai has now a bie$ cle coips In Geimany six men of e\ery leg-iment are mounted on wheels to act us scouts. IvF Jon\ JASPER, of Richmond Va btill insists that it is the eai th that stands still and that the sun re\olves aiou nd it. OR Chu&tnias, California had an ice palate non end the state and a llower show in the othej VVonderlul laud is this of ours. IT is computed that there is 800,000,- 000 oi th of gold and jew els at the bot tom of the sea on the route between rnyhmd and India. JIM CA?H-CA^H one ui the richest pud most intUieutial of the cmlizul Uma til'a Indians ot Oregon, biought suit in the I endleton comt lost week for'a divorce fiom his wife on thi* g-iound th at she paints ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 January 1896

ft 4^* ____ '4 UK* i i VICTOR AND VANQUISHED. Though the crowded streets returning. t the ending of the day, Hastened OIK* whom all saluted as he sped along his way: In his eye a sleara of triumph, In his he$rt a Joy sincere. And the voice of shouting thousands stfll ivsouhdlng In his ear. Passed, he 'neayth a stately archway toward the goal of his desire. Till he saw a woman's figure lolling idly by the fire. i "I have woit!" he cried, exultant: "I have saved a cause from wreck, Crushed the rival that I dreaded, set my foot upon his neck! Now at last the way is open, now at -ast men call m great, I am leader of the leaders, I am master In the state!" Languidly she turned to listen, and decor ous was her pretense. And her cold patrician features mirrored forth indifference: "Men are always scheming, striving for some petty end," said she Then, a little yawn suppressing: "What is all of this to me?" rh rough the shadows of the evening, *s they quenched the sunset glow, Came the other...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 January 1896

|f-^"/-t}^ Wa rkii eaP.! &<* and chaff J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. l'MOK, fl.50 I'KIt YKAlt IN AnV.VNcK. Official Paper el Marshall Ctunty. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, .Innunry 0, 1806. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Orncic:Nxt doaroMtorftank. J. J. MeGILLAJV, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.Noye'a Harness Shopup st aim. Warren, Minn, 8. 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. Offl.v one door enst HolonrnhV, Orooer.v Store. Warren? Minn. A. G*JNDiAND, ATTORlfEY-AT-UW. BARREN, MINN. P. PETERSON, *-MerchantTailor WARREN, MINN Nllllllllltlllllllllll PineGuitsMai t" Order oo. Sliort Notice, Wm. J. Brown, ^V+'Attorney-At-Law. *f Offli'e one door woxl of SHEA nfliee,_* Warre n, Minn. Windsor Hotel WARREN, A//MS. We are again in the Windsor. 2&owly Fitted, and ^"varnisiied.. We want the commercial trade and...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 January 1896

1 7?b^*m&. Volume XVI. Gleaningsr^Home Field Whitney loads in Ion* oriees. V. L. Murray, of Duluth, isspend iu a few days in town this week. All official proceedings of Mar shall county will be published in the SHEAF during 1896, same as usual. Rev. 10. F. Schollort, of Crooks ton, assisted in conducting services nt theSoandinavianMethodistchureh ut Warren last week. At a meeting of the Warren Fire department on Monduy evening, Dan Main was elected Chief W. A. Knapp Secretary and A. B. Nelson Treasury-, A mass convention of Good Templars will be held at Warren on Friday this wet to which all inter ested tn temperance work are cordi ally invited. Carl Sveuning the other d*y smashed the end of one of his thumbs -so -badly that it may have to be tak vii off. J. tt. Mack, of Wangei\is with him again assisting him in the shop. Mrs. H..1. Beard more returned home this morning from Durand, Wis., where she was summoned about Christmas time by a telegram an nouncing the illness of a brot...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 January 1896

Jora P. MATTSO N, Editor and Prop, WARREN, MINN. IN Pennsylvania there are now no "three days of grace" on notes and bills. Pennsylvania has "fallen from grace." THE Chinese papers assert that more than 50,000 people died in Peking last summer from the cholera* or an aver age of 800 per day for July and August. KAISER WILUELM evidently thinks his okliera are not swell enough. has ordered 500,000 pounds of dried apples from Tennessee for the German army. A BOOKKEKPEB named Simmons in Warsaw, Mo., is hired by a man named Green, and signs letters "Green, per Simmons." One would suppose that such a firm would be in a constan:t pucker. PREPARATIONS are making for ex tensive prospecting for oil in ten coun ties eastern Ren tuck} next spring. The indications of the extensions of valuable oil fields in that region are said be promising. MARRIA GE licenses were issued In Fhilacle'phia recently to Alexander Lopovska and Martzianna Choplevska, and to Frank Jankowska and Wanda Wadjinski. Surely...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 January 1896

IK I III FAMILY GRAVEYARD. They are sleeping In the silence, where tho winter winds me albhlns, And the whlp-joor-wiir weird crUInt ilngeth thiouKh the twilight hills. And their i lends' sweet ineevl of pialses 01 toe theli fallings crying. Fall unheeding on their slumbers, wak ing neither shocks nor thrills. They are sleeping In the silence, and above them twine the biambles. Not a voice that used to cheer them can b heard above them now And the alien's footstep presses, in the alien's caxeless lambits, C\ er many a vli gin bosom, over many a manly brow. Tl ey are sleeping in the silence, but not hopeless. I am thinking. Often blue ee seem a-peerlng thiough the cloudllds from on high. And I sometimes dream the breeses, that are ee rising, sinking, Bear the tidings still from Heaven that they'll waken by and by! Will T. Hale, in Memphis Commercial Appeal. A YANKEE MONTE CBISTO. BT ALBERT CI.AYPOOL WHITE. The strange and eventful career of Henry Metggs on the Pacific slope of South A...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 January 1896

a IN THE FAMILY GRAVEYARD. They are sleeping in the silence, where tho winter winds uie sifelunj,. And the \\hU-jooi-wi \\.ird ci Hint, ilnsith thiough tne iwilUlu hUls And thi li tends, sweet uieul of pialses 01 toes iheii failings lug, Fall unhetdtn? o.i their slumbeia, wak ing neither shocks nor thiills They ate sleeping in the silence, and above them twine the biambles Not a \oiee that u*ed to iheet them can be heard abo\e thtm now And the alien's footstep pi esses, in the aliens (aiders i ambit C\er maiii a lis in bosom, o\ei man) a ivmnl\ biow Tl ey are sleeping in the silence, but not hopeless, am thlrking, Often blue ee seem a-peeilng thiough the cloudllds from on high. And I sometimes dream the bteezes, that aie e\ei using, sinking, Hear the tidings Mill ftom Heaven that they'll waken by and by! Will T. Hale, In Memphis Commercial Appeal. A YANKEE MONTE CRISTO. BY ALBERT CXAYFOOL WHITE. The strange and eventful career of Homy Meiggs on the 1'aeitie hlo[ of bouth Ami tea 1 e...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 January 1896

:r WAW.SN SWEAT! J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Propriotor. ruin *1 .VI I'KK \P..\U IN AUVANCE. Oldest, newsiest and most widely circulated paper in riarshall county. Publishes nil official pcceedings of the county. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, .January 10, 1800.. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. I. PF1YS1CIAN nnd SURGEON. OFFICE :Npst(lnorft8tQ Rank. I. J. McGILLAW, M.D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.NO.YC'A Hnrnosa Shopup atnir Warren, Minr.. 0. s. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE, Contests, Final Proof6 and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MINN. Samuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offl.v on.. ,looj-**l of rioUomh-s Ororor.v Storp. Warren, Minn. A. Grindeland, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. WAItttEN, MTNN, Established lss-.. P. PETERSON, c- Merchant Tailor WARREN, MSMN Illlllllllllllllllllll l Fine 23-u.its ZMTad-e to Ordor o. Sliort 3STotioe, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. *f Ofllce one .loor west of SHEAF office..^ Warren, Minn. Windsor Hotel WARREN, MINh. Wc ar...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 January 1896

s^Hgsn M* J.T.MATTSON/ Editor ami Proprietor Wm. J. Brown, %V% WAftftEN SttEAff Grai and ChaAjfc Legal advertisements at legal rates, MUCK. #1^0" i'i:tt YKAK IN ADVANCE. Oldest, newsiest and most widely to succeed Calvin S. Jtricet circulated paper in ftarsliall county. Publishes all official ncccedlngs of the county. Thursday, .January 16, 189t U/nTTAU PFI YRirrAN and SURGEON. OFPa'E:Nxtdnnreft8to 0. S. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proof* and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MfNN. Samuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OtH.v on.. ,looi- **nl of HoK-onih-H Ororor.v Store. Warren, Minn. A. Grindeland, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. democrat. U. WM I 1 MM D, A L. mismanaged, and that the officer* have riot Wen slow in feathering their own nests. Too many snide concern* Rank. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.NojVs Harneaa Shop upstair*. Warren, Minn. I. J.McGILLAN, M. D, ofMinneopolis. At one time a large amount of Htoctc in the tUMbelatloa was held at W...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 January 1896

.T.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. ritiCK. $1 IM-:II YI:AU I ADVANTK. Oldest, newsiest and most widely circulated paper in riarsliatl county. Publishes all official pcceedings of the county. Legal aJvertisements at legal rates. Thursday, January III, ISOoV Siviunl door Past ot J. A.No.Wa ITnrnoss Shopupstnii'M, Warren, Minr. 0. S. HULL, JUDCtE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proof* and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WAKREX, MtNN. Samuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Oitl. A. i Ml'.'**! ,,f flnli-O'llll's O.ITKVr.vSton. Warren, Minn. urindeland, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. WARREN, fc W4UOi v# fi iJl I (vast fibf.) N 8ltjtFJ J^ Grain and Chaff. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. C.mismanaged, rnvsiriANnniisnufiRdN. Oppirr:N(xt tlouoi\Ht of Rank. T.J.MeGILLAW, JU. J).of Physician and Surgeon. WARREN, MTN*N\ Esial.lishcl lss-j, P. PETERSON, c- Merchant Tailor N Illllllllllllllllllll,, *MH- IFineSS-uitsMstd.e to Order o. siiort 3STotioe, Wm. J. Brown, +%*'Attorney-At-Law. ur OfiWoiip.l.Mvr wo.! 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. — 23 January 1896

iff-' Sft^SS- Volume XVI. CleaningsJ^HomeField Whitney lends in low orices. Ed. Frnnson went to .Minneapo lis Tuesday. -Service in the Norw. Lnth.chnreh next Sunday- 8:30 p. rn. Mr and Mrs Alfred Kergo return ed hint week from Montevideo, Minn. Pr* W. Plunders went to Min neapolis lust week to remain few days. J. P. Easton attended a meet ing of the Masonic grand lodgM at St. Paul last week. M. E. Gordon, brother of A. R. Gordon, returned to Browns Valley, Minn., yesterday. There is to be aFircmeu's dam* at the Opera house Friday evening, February H,1806. Iver Lotfoen left yesterday on a visit to his old home in Norway. His raau,v friends in Warren wishhiin 4)on voyage. Miss Lavina Itudborg arrived on Tuesday last and entered upon her work as assistant prineipal of the Hiijh School. Ole Forde, of the SHUAF, was in Crookston Tuesdtiy evening, to at tend a concert by Alexander Bull, a son of Ole Hull. An oat meal mill has just been started at Crookston. Let us all eat Crookston oatmea...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 January 1896

l&atven ^SKcaj JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN, MINN. JANUARY-J896. Sun. MOR. ii i 26 N Tua. Wad. 1 Thur. Frl. 6 Sat 1 5 2 9 3 7 4 8 12 13 20 27 10 17 24 31 14 21 28 15 22 29 J-6 23 30 18 Tin? te rm "Uitlander," which we read in South \frican dispatches, means "foreigner" or "outsider." THE meane st man in Wes Virginia lias just died. left $150,000 to the church and two cows and his house hold furniture to his wife. A GEORGIA preacher with lots of epino has done a unique thing He went to a holiday dance and turned It into prayer meeti ng in the midst of the festivities. DUHI NO this century the record fchpws there ha\e been printed and cir culated 250,000,000 Bibles. The trouble Boeins to have been that tht^ were not properly studied. GOL D, siher, copper, iron, tin, lead, mercury, sulphur, carbon, antimony, bismuth and ?lnc were the only min erals know at the time of th discov ery of America. AMERICAN* imports of champagne fell off more than 11,000 cases in 1S95, a grea...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 January 1896

ft*. a i y*v" -*4 POLLY'S COMING HOME. (Fell the neighbors, Llsh, an you drive to night .That Polly, my Polly, Is coming home. Shat'a why the place looks alive with light, That's why I'vi put on my silver comb (And my best black silk, and have set the tabu. With feonej cream, Aa4 -have gathered rosea and fernt and heather. And igade he^rpom like a fairy's dream. *nl chicken and yellow folly, my Polly! I've watched all day, Doing ny work In a happy mase Ive traveled down from that great hot town. And counted tfie milestones, glad to Base On the dear old birches all a-quiver, And the fields with the daisies gold and white, iAnd the tangle of green on the edge of the liver, I've laughed to see them with Polly's lht. Down the hollow and up the rise. The old stage coaclf has rumbled along, Climbing our hills that melt in the skies, Skirting our brooks so swift and strong. Polly, my Polly, home from college, Coming back to her Dad and me! l.ish, a. you drive, just tell the neighbors, They...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 January 1896

JJijS*te'',,s*M*a"V'""V!r~-? ^v*' WAK^N f*,CR_*,- 11. C. Snvder'* m&fi? J.P.MATTSON, Editor an.d Proprietor. yv.\H IX ADVANCR*. Oldest, newsiest and most widely circulated paper in /Marshall county. Publishes all official poceedlngs of the county. Legal advertisements at te$al rates. Thursday, January 24,189U. G.S.WATTAMB.A.M. P. YSTCIAN a ml SURG EON. OpnoR:Next(loopeanto(flftnk. i". J.MoGILLAJV, M. Physician and Surgeon. Second doorenstof J.A.Noye's Harm** Shopupstnlre. Warren, Minr.. JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contest*, Final Proofs and If. JS. Land Office bus* nietift given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MINN. Samuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office one door east of nolcouib's Grocery Stnre. Warren, Minn. A. firirideland, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WARREN, MTXN. Established 1SS2. P. PETERSON, c- Merchant-- Tailor WARREN, MINN HilllllllllllliliilMI ^in Sviits AdCad.e to Ord.er a. Sliort 2Ttice Wm. J. Brown, Altorney-At-Law. *"3" Office one door wpst of SHEAF omc\_gf Warren, Minn? Windsor Hotel WARREN...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 January 1896

Volume flfr GleaningsfCHome Field Whitney leads in lo oriees. Bert Mack returneil to W anger Tuesday. Mrs. W. Smith visited friends in Argyle on Monday. Rend the ad. of Prof. F.W.Whit- tier, the oculist optician, in another column. Prof. P. SV.Whittier, the eye spec ialist, ran be consulted free for any trouble with the eye. This week the pupils, in the High School are taking the State High School examination. John E. Ostrom and C. J. John son left Friday on a business trip to StPaul and other points. Mrs. T.Morck, ol Argyle, visited Mrs. 1). Farrell for a few days, re turning home on Monday. Jewelers all have the name of hav ing- no conscience when it comes to asking prices, but Farrcll is not that way, and if you doubt it go and see him. Prof. Whittier will be at Warren one week commencing Monday, Feb :i. Positively not later than Sun day, Feb. 9. E. J. Highworden was a passen ger on the train from Stephen Tues day evening. His destination was Kalispell, Montana. Mrs. C. A. Bradle...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 January 1896

r* .:T" L4 Volume XVI. Gleaningsf^Home Field Whitney leads in IOA' orices. Bert Mack returned to W anger Tuesday. Mrs. W. C. Smith visited friends in Argyle on Monday. Read the ad. of Prof. F.W.Whit- tier, the oculist optician, in another column. Prof. P. W.Whittier, the eye spec ialist can be consulted free for any trouble with the eye. This week the pupils in the High School are taking the State High School examination. John E. Ostrom and C. J. Johu Ron left Friday on a business trip to fifcPaul and other points. Mrs. T. Morck, of Argyle, visited Mrs. D. Farrell for a few days, re turning home on Monday. Jewelers all have the name of hav ing no conscience when it comes to asking prices, but FA mil is not that way, and if you doubt it go and see him. Prof. Whittier will be at Warren one week commencing Monday, Feb. 3. Positively not Inter than Sun day, Feb. 9. E. J. Highworden was a passen ger on the train from Stephen Tues day evening. His destination Kalispell, Montana. was Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 January 1896

JOHN P. UATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN^ ~t~ MINN. I is a sad fact that the new woman ig not taking a hilarious interest in leap ear. JUST one-halt the members of the present congress are college graduates. Ti me will tell whether they are better public sen ants than the other half. A GOOD football team, a rowi ng crew nnd a college je ll teem to be the lead ing things, says the Chicago Inter Octaa, of loo ma ny modern universi ties. TniTLY, we do not half appreciate the good things in this life. W hen a man is in the midst of a sound and dreamless sleep he has no idea of hat a good time he is having. DUIU NQ the year 1893 S3 railroads vere sold in foreclosure, aggregating 13,129 miles of lines and representing a total bonded debt and stock of $775,- 776,000, and receners were appointed for 31 roads. 1 Tna present year of grace, 1S90, en Joys the distinction of being the last leap enr of the 19th century. he year ll'OO, which ends the century, is not a leap year, and consequently Fe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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