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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 March 1896

*r FA Some flay, dear heart, it may be far or near, Perhaps at bnght'mng morn or dark'ning night. Some calling voice will faintly catch my ear And rouse within a strangely dread de light. And friends will ask, perchance, with quiv ering lips, As they may hear, at times, a stifled moan, And I shall long for touch of finger tips, Some loving hand to warmly clasp my own. Perhaps in my distress you'll not be near, The snows may lie above you, cold and white The A oice I love so much I may not hear, Unless in spirit whispers through the night. Death never comes for naught, and I shall die- Pome day it will be soit comes to all And will jou, list'mng, hear my faintest cr j, Returning answer to my feeblest call? Another's hand may gently stroke my hair, And close my eyes and watch while life endures But, Oh' mv soul shall wander c\ erywhere, With ceaseless, longing ciy search of ouis! Then if the first vou go the way alone. Will jou not waiting, hst'nmgever be' And whpn you hear the old, f...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 March 1896

FARM AND GARDEN. KEEPING ROADS GOOD, by Seventeen Rules Recommended English Association. The Koad Improvement association, of London, England, recently issued a circular containing 17 rules for the guid ance of roadniasters in keeping mac adam and telford roads in proper re pair, as follows: 1. Never allow a hollow, a rut or a puddle to remain on a road, but fill it up at once with chips from the stone heap. 2. Always use chips for patching and for all repairs during the summer sea son. 3. Never put fresh stones on the road if, by cross-picking and a thorough use of the rake, the surface can be made smooth, and kept at the proper strength and section. 4. Remember that the rake is the most useful tool in your collection, and it should be kept at hand the whole year round. 5. Do not spread large patches of stone over the whole width of the road, but coat the middle or horse track first, and when this has worn in coat each or' the sides in turn. 6. In moderately dry weather and on hard...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 March 1896

A N IMMORTA MIND TRIBUTE OF JOHN CLARK RIDPATH I TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 'He Was the Greatest Think er of the Age. i His Intellectual Forces Were Always Marshaled In Precise OrderHis Re ply to Horace Greeley. '[Copyright, 1806, by American Press Associa- tion.] ILLIAM H. HERNDON, the partner and biog- rapher of Lin coln, visiting me one night a short time before his death, and sit ting in the chair from which these words are dictat ed, said: "Lincoln read less and thought more than any other man in America. There is not one great book that he ever read thoroughly. When a boy, he read the Bible, and when of age he read Shakespeare, and he often quoted from both, but he never read either book through. I repeat that he was the poor est reader and the greatest thinker, within his sphere, in America, if not in (the world." The sayer of this was already tremu lous with the premonitions of the final catastrophe, but his head was clear, and I could but remember that he had been for a long time ...

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

Warren Sheaf Supplement SELECTED ANCESTOR* It 8 all the rage slSsi To now eugags Sir' In luaiiy odd researches *"^EB- what told In records old Jn safety \aults and churches. We aim to know Jf lout, ago Pur 'orbeais honors carried, And if the} came In time to fume And hum tht maids they married. Wo search to sco If we ma bo .from longs or knaves descended, An 1 Kara forsooth The eimplotruth That both in us are blended We find It 3 true There blood that a biuo That in our veins is (lowing And then we and Somo other kind 0 BT which we do no crowing It 8 cry sad But through this fad It seoms that wo are fated To learn of knaves Who re in their graves, To v, hom we are related Tw ould bo more fun For ev rj one Jf blood could be selected And forbears bad Wo may have had Could caUnlj be rejected Chicago Post. BETTY'S CAREER. Seventeen times had Botty watohnd the apple blossoms drift and the applos come, ripen and full For almost as many years she had felt he Ivory keys of the piano her esp...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 March 1896

Cunt (Continued from Page 2.) HLC\.riTur VTION oi couf vpkN&Et, officers salarlos fOLS ommtssionors pei diem and mrhnei IMstiht Couit e\puises lustice Couit expenses OK Court txpunsos I robute luurtL\pt.iis. InmaUs ol the Minnesota school tor deaf light fuel rtpaiis,etc iks and statloneiv Puntliu and advertising Komi and bridge K( turn or I irths and deaths ivln I allots 1 sta and express Inil xpenaes li bmntv Inti iet on rev enue ordt is 1 untv bonds 1 es refunded Sihool books 1 rtxicnsis L1111 isslfled 1 \penses I II ilan iimtv Viulltor lit i sCkik hiie 1 hl,ien omitv lieasuier 1 Itit in Count\ Suj eiintoiident Win I Hi wn tountv \ttornev Hull Judi ot Piubate Vlcx leait I lin W 1 ilen Fitdf i has 11 uit i mud hnson iris Hins Ihhoi Harris A\ i impbell 1 ui ONon I hikox hi is I hnson Ole 1 ud Mfr 1 Thomas loll Cailson 1- I (iiilseth TiQ Uemillird Otto us ins Engen Tohn Endeu lames Laur i rg lulson hn V/noit I Iufedln 11 lSas misson hn (TI it/el it icl Ictcr on is \nd rs I nits i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

7"J GILL, PRI SIDP 2 OUR LIST OF: $ 6 I iS WARBEN, MINN. GILL & LAMBERSON, A General Banking Business Transacted. Insur ce, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. ^fr*- Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Depositors Sscnred by a Fire-Proo! Yaalt, Burglar-Prooi Sate and Yale Time Lock N account of stormv weather, and election in towns, many of our customers and others could not take advantage of the Bargains ottered in our Special Sale. We will give another DAYS' SPECIAL SALE WITH SAME BARGAINS ON Friday, Saturday, Monday GROCERIES can't be beat in thing in the Store on these days Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot and Shoes, Ladies9 AND NEW PRICES... WE GUARANTEE GRADES. and Gents9 ing, Hats, Caps and Mittens. DON'T FORGET THE DATE Friday-Saturday-Monday, ri2*i3=i4=i6. C. WINCHESTER. ^mmmmmmwmmwmtrtmmTtris New Lumber Yard... We have opened up a yard in Warren where you will find a full line, at prices that will ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

^_^^___J^___^__^_______. JO HN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ I I MINN. ^y 1 ^il THE NEWS. Compiled From Late Dispatches. CONGRESSIONAL. i The Proceedings of the First Session. The senate gave most of the time on the 3d to the agricultural appropriation bill and passed that measure, carrying 53,262,- 000, without material amendment. An other bill passed changes the limitations of fourth-class mail matter so as to free the postal service from bulky articles here tofore sent free by the government depart- ments.,..The house spent the entire ses sion in debating the amendment to tno legislative appropriation bill to abolish the fee system in the cases of United States district attorneys and marshal: The salaries fixed by the amendment,which was adopted, range from $2,000 to $5,000. In the senate on the 4th Senator Sherman reported tack the Cuban resolutions and moved that the house amendment to tha senate reso'utions be nonconcurred in and that a conference committee be appointed...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

rt 4- JOHN P. MATTSQN, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. THE NEWS. Compiled From Late Dispatches. CONGRESSIONAL, The Proceedings of the first Session. The senate gave most of the time on the 2d to the agricultural appropriation bill and passed that measure, carrying $3,262,- 000, without material amendment. An other bill passed changes the limitations of fourth-class mail matter so as to free the postal service from bulky articles here tofore sent free by the government depart- ments.,..The house spent the entire ses sion in debating the amendment to tno legislative appropriation bill to abolish the fee system in the cases of United States district attorneys and marshals The salaries fixed by the amendment,which was adopted, range from $2,000 to $5,000. In the senate on the 4th Senator Sherman reported tack the Cuban resolutions and moved that the house amendment to ths senate reso'utions be nonconcurred in and that a conference committee be appointed. The motion was adopted. A bill wa...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. The Cycle Show. The Northwestern Cycle Show to he held at the exposition building, Minne apolis, the week of April is attract ing a great- deal at attention. The show is to be conducted on an elaborate scale and is to be what its name im plies and not entirely a Minneapolis affair. Excursion rates are to be se cured on all railroads and the intention is to make the show include specialties of ail bicycle manufacturers through out the United States. This will be the first time that an exhibition of the horseless carriage has been given in this country inside from the great motocycle race given under the auspices of the Times-Herald, Chi cago. The people of this state will be given an opportunity not only of seeing a number of these new horseless car riages but will have the pleasure of taking their first ride in them. I connection with the cycle show is also to be given a six days race between the seven fastest lady riders in America and there will be numerous p...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

'?& ^^^f#^^p^fefp^ J, P. MATTSOlf, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE, $1.56 TER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Oldest, newsiest and most widely cir culated paper in Harshall County. Publishes all official proceed ings of the County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, March 12,1896. Grain and Chaff. & IT is said that the friends of Hugh Thompson will enter him in the con gressional race against Congressman Eddy, and they figure that he will make a good run, as he is an out and out free silver man, and very popular in many parts of the dis trict. If the southern part of the district secures theCongressman,then the northern part will make a strong effort to get the delegates to St. Louis.Crookston Tribune. Every article in our store goes at a vut price on Frida v, Saturday and Monday, special sale days. WINCHESTER. NOTICE. A railroad meeting in the interest of the Farmers' railroad will be held it Warren on Friday, March 13th, 1896, at 2 o'clock sharp. D. W. Hines and others represent...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

If"'*-* ft i i mm Enteredat the I'OBtOtflctat Warren as !*ecoud (Hass viail\Ittler Gleanings^Home Field WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern 2 49-ts 48 46 43 Whitney leads in low prices. Quite a cold snap. Read Winchester's announce ment of special sales. Do not fnil to call at Tarnlseth's i( I bargains in all departments. Subie Easton is teaching in the primary room in the absence of Miss iNaylor. Taralseth makes several import ant announcements this week. Read what he has to say. The Friday evening: social club vull hold its last party Fiid.ty eve n.ng, March 20th, 1896. Oliver D. Frazee, of Minneapolis, is employed as stenographer and book-keeper in the office of L. Lough ridge. Frank Topper, of Augsburg, was in town last Saturday. He made the sale of the Topper residence to Frank Jerrue. The snow which fell last week made good sleighing, and farmers are making good use of it hauling "wheat, wood, etc., to town. Henry Hooper, of Sinnott, was in the city yesterday. He gained su...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

is* t0 &f ffV, THE GIRL FOR A WIFE. You may talk of the girls who are brilliant and gay, And dress in a showy, eye-capturing way. And are with accomplishments, knowledge and art "Coosiderered piogressive and awfully mart TTou may be to these girls a most humble gallant, -And, awed by their beauty, beseech them to grant Theii hand in a waltz or their company fine A opera parties to help you to shine. Vou may flirt with these dainty society queens. And hover around them in festival scenes But when you ai seeking a helpmate for hfe You widely prefer some one else for your wife. The little home-body, so modest and shv, Who hasn't the beauty that captures the eje, And isn"t with "new woman" notions too smart She's the one you select for the wife of your heart. The patient, plain-faced, little, home-lov ing maid, S gentle oice, and who isn't afraid O ashamed to help mother, dow nstairs or above She's the one for a VMfe and lifetime of love. The sweet little motherly maid, -who be stow...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

KAFFIR CORN REPORTS. I I Claimed to the Best Possible Crop for Arid Lands. Sexerai years of cultivation of Kaffir corn in Kansas have demonstrated that 4 is one of the inost remunerative crops that can be grown under con ditions existing in that state. That the farmers realize this fact is proven by the remarkable acreage shown by the reports of the secretary of the state board of agriculture for 1805. I ISM the total Kaffir corn acreag-r? was -)G,- 911 in 1S94, 05,237 and in 1895, 184,198. The state agricultural college at Manhattan has benexperimentin with Kaffir corn sin ce 1S89. Two vr rieties of *oe were used which from its color are respectively denominated white and red Kaffir corn. They are alike in their habits of growth. Both, attain a height of five or six feet, or more on very rich soil. They both have short, stiff stalks, thickly cov ered with foliage, which somewhat re sembles leaves of sorghum, and both produce a long, slender, uprrght head denselj- covered with small...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 March 1896

fe gether and the baby lips are taught fo utter their first prayer to God, and the second link is iorged in the chain that binds the boy to Heaven. A few years later, when conscious ness of life, and of being and of lone liness in a world of life cause the boy fo question concerning these things and their origin, and mother directs his mind to God and His revelation, and the third link is forged in the chain binding the bo}r to his God. The years go by. In the little reel school house under the hill along with the rest of the boys and girls, the boy is at school, and this carries us back to the days of our own childhood when we went to school years and years ago. We see the old school house again and the grass growing green on the hillside the swing and the stream on which we used to slide in winter and which we used to play in sum mer the old wooden desks that we cut with our penknives the teacher and his bundle of rods in the corner the books that we never used to study the games ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1896

64 7 -V B. G. GILL, PRESIDENT. L. LAMBERSON. CASHIER. ANK F ARREN WARREN, MINN. GILL & LAMBERSON, A General Banking Business Transacted. Insur ce, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. 4(&~ Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. -4^ Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Depositors Secured by a Fire-Proof Vault, Burglar-Proof Safe and Yale Tims Lock 's-quite sh, y^know1 MANY WEARERS OF CLOTHING Have supposed that "Lunnon" was the place to buy, because of the quality and price of the goods, but "His LUDSHIP" SALISBURY is looking his best this morn- ing in a Double Breasted Frock Suit of "Happy Home" guaranteed garments. Quality and price are all right,- and the fit well, that's decidedly better, (don't you think?) than that of any "Lunnon cut" suit. G. C. WINCHESTER, "Vs7--A-IS^E^T WE GUARANTEE GRADES. *smmmmmmmmmttrmmmm mt New Lumber Yard... AND NEW PRICES... We have opened up a yard in Warren where yon will find a full line, at prices that will make...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1896

THE NEWS. Compiled From Late DispatotieBt CONGRESSIONAL. The Proceedings of the first Session. In the United States senate on the 10th the action of the Spanish minister in cor recting or qualifying through the public press statements made in the senate on the subject of war in Cuba, and particulirly on the subject of Gen. Weyler's purpose and chaiacter, was taken exception to by Senator Lodge (Mass) as a violation of diplomatic usage, but no definite action was taken in the matter. A bill was favor ably reported for the establishment of a national university at Washington....In the house the time was occupied in discuss ing the post office appropriation bill. In the United States senate on the 11th the time was occupied In discussing the Cuban belligerency resolutions. Senator Hoar spoke at length against their adop tion, and Senator Allen (Neb) offered a joint resolution authorizing and request ing the president to make a thorough and rigid investigation Into the present state of ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1896

7' Paid 3fo Taxes. Not lone ago State Treasurer Koer ner learned that the Green Bay and Winona road, which has a few miles of track at Winona, had never. paid any taxes and upon investigation discovered that the company was in arrears to the amount of over $400 or an annual tax of 45 or thereabout for the past nine years. He communicated with the of ficials of the road and was assured' that the amount would be forwarded. Looking farther he found that the Du luth. South Shore and Atlantic Com pany was similarly remiss and should have paid an annual tax of 350 for the past nine years, the present indebted ness thus being 450. This company has also assured Mr. Koerner that the amount will be paid, Why it is that these companies have so long enjoyed immunity from taxation does not ap pear but it is supposed that their prop erty in this state was so small as not to attract the attention of the railroad commission. Wards of the State. Following is the official statement of the population ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1896

"V a\ .If ,y$ #ft Us* 'A' J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE, $1:50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Oldest, newsiest and most widely cir culated paper in riarshall County. Publishes all official proceed ings of the County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, March 19,1896. Grain and Chaff. WISCONSIN Ivinley. is falling in line for Mc- EX-PRESIDENT HARRISON is soon to "Wed a Mrs. Dimmick. They are not likely to go to housekeeping White House. in the HE senatorial election in Kentucky is being carried on in good old Ken tucky style. Even the state militia has been called into requisition to prevent the colonels from shooting one another. THERE is not likely to be any oppo sition to the re-nomination of con gressman Eddy at the convention to be held at Crookston next week. He has proved himself alert to the best interests of the people of the district and deserves to be returned. A DOCTOR experimenting a view of Tddnev of one in Fertile is with dogs, with transferring the doo'...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1896

l^tered at the PostOfflceat Warren as second OlaasiVIaiLVlAtter. GleaningsSrHome Field WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern mi 3 48 cts. 47 45 42 Whitney leads in low prices. Don't miss Winchester's shirt sale Saturday evening. A. Giindelnnd went to Drayton yesterday to attend a meeting of the Farmers' K. H. Judge L. R.Lakin arrived in the city on Mondaya .sure sign that spring is at hand. C.J. Johnson left on Tuesday for a visit at Moorhead, St. Paul and Seandia, Minn. Rev. Alfred Bergin, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mattson and daughter, left for Moohead on Tuesday eve ning. It is being demonstrated right along that Warren is the cheapest place to buy goods in, in the whole eouhty. Bert Krlapp.at bank of Warren, has for sale very cheap, 12 ewes, some having lambs, the others will &ooii have. See him. Mrs. S. Chapin, of Euclid. livered au address at the temperance rally at Hie Opera houise on Thurs day evening last week. Services at M. E. church next Su-iday. Subject 10:30 a m., "...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1896

f* j^g^iM^ A DKO? OF BLOOD. Christmas passed, and as New Year's came on a feeling of uneasiness and diead entered the Drake household. Emma had an additional source of anx iety. Sam Spain, although only 24, was. fa-et officer of the Gov. Clinton, and a fcplendid specimen of the American isailor, and before this voyage he and Jimma had exchanged vows. And so poor Emma fretted, and made her mother anxious. New Year's day, 1796, was cold, blus tering and sleety, and after attendance at early mass at St. Joseph's both wom sat down to breakfast. "For the Lord's sake, Emma, don't tell me anything about your dreams. You make me nervous. Your father and the brig are all right, and when the Quickstep comes in we'll hear from THE GIBIi'S VOICE KOSE TO A SCREAM. Spanishtown. She sails from there to- day." "But, mother, there is something in dreams, and I never had such dread ful ones before, and you knowgood 3od what is that?" and the girl's voice arose to a scream. "Oh, mother I on jour hand,...

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