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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1896

t*w }-xrw,. *"p H"V ^JScmreiic ^Shcaj JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Propr WARREN, MINN. nnnmMI AUGUST1896. i: Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. 2 23 4 30 Iff *J(*' iw^* Thur. 3 9 10 Frl. 4 11 sit i i: 5 6 7 12 4 \6 13 14 18 15 19 20 24 31 21 25 TT*TTirnr**+'Mr*+'fr+t TBX 22 i: 29 I 26 27 28 NEVITS. 'Compiled FroniLaikeD:Lspatches. DOMESTIC. he Denison (0.) deposit bank closed its doors with liabilities of $100,- '000 assets, $60,000. A train on the Vandalia road went through a bridge near Crawfordsville, Ind and Charles E. McKinzie, R. B. Fowler and John Heiber, all train em ployes, were killed. William C. Moi eland, *x-city attorney of Pittsburgh, Pa., convicted of the em bezzlement of city funds, was sentenced to pay a fine of $26,900 and undergo *hree \eais' imprisonment. The republican club of the University cf Chicago visited Canton, O., and pre sented Maj. McKinley with a life-size marble bust of himself. In. a prize fight at Salt Lake Ci*y be tween Thomas Carter and Robert Thompson the forme...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1896

1 High School Boys. The G. A. R, committee on arrange ments has provided a guiding star for the loO'OOO wayfarers who will end their journey at the thirtieth encamp^ ment of the Grand Army of the Repub lic. "Tris guilding star will be the High ool cadets. This organization will lanym respects to the Grand Army j* whabe Ntc tione SE 1 .V the Columbi a gard ent to the world's fair. Saring Monday and Tuesday of en .lament week, when the crowd is ^ing into the city, one of the cadets postedt atf every corner isn the aess distric the city Thi will je fouSrO cadets at each street inter to I10n, na inquirers may not be ?fed to search long to find the young 1 huh with the white caps. Outside of 4c businesnsl center theprincipal cadets will be in I at the points a nl .1-*where the crowd is likely to assem- 5: A cadet will be known at once by -|titrim militareyt cap of white duck sort words "Hig th lter Kme witlhd white silk cord and, go i reni* in Asides the cap an artistic badge of red, ~it...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1896

'if it W J. P. MATTSON Editor and Proprietor. PRICE. *1 50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Oldest, newsiest and most widely clr culated paper in Harshall County. Publishes all official proceed ings of the County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, August 6,1896. E. E LOMMEN, populist candidate for Congress, said in his speech here last week that after a while he would be in favor of demonetizing both gold and silver and use only legal tender paper money. Such talk shows lam entable ignorance of monetary science and with him the world's sad experi ence with fiat money in the past counts fornausrht. WHY is it that wages in all silver standard countries are lower than in those having a gold standard? There is moiv poverty, misery in justice and inequality there than anywhere else the world A silver standard don't seem tohavebrougnt any special blessings to those coun tries If not to them why should it to the people of the United States? NO HALF MEASURES FOR Among the many letters rece...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1896

GleaningsSTHome Field QUOTATIONS. 1 Hard 1 Northern 2 3 46 ots. 45 43 40 Whitney leads in low prices. License to wed has been issued to John H. Kennedy and Hellen Thurman. The roof of C. S. Hull's bam in Comstock was blown off in Sunday night's storm. Capt, H. W. Donaldson, of Kitt son county, shook hands with War ren friends on Monday evening. M. J. Berget has commenced the erection of a new photograph gallery adjoining his present building. Mrs. E. D. Beardsley, mother of Mrs. D. A. Whitney, and Berta Dun levy, her grandchild, arrived last Friday for a visit. A. G. Wick man is spending a few days at his home in this city. He has been traveling in Dakota as an agent for some time past. Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Bergin mourn the loss of their infant son, whose death occurred yesterday after noon. The funeral will be held Fri day afternoon at 2 o'clock. E. E. Lommen, the populist nominee for congress, addressed a small audience at the Court House hall on Thursday evening last. At the clos...

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

I 5 HELEN. Do you know since first I met you, Helen dear, I've been powerless to forget you Want you near? That I cannot live without you? There'B a certain charm about you. Causing me to never doubt you, Which is queer, Since so many girls have told me They'd be true, And as regularly sold me Not like you. Who've been faithful to me ever, Never sought our love to sever, But with every fond endeavor, Dearer grew. Many times and oft, I've held you On my knee, Yet I never have compelled you There to be Though I often used to kiss you, And when far away would miss you I am certain that in this you Will agree That you sanctioned such caresses As were those, $ Yet their naughtiness no less is, I suppose If Dame Rumor would but drop her Sly remarksbut I can stop her, You're my daughter so it's proper Now she knows. Good Housekeeping. A HEMAKKABLE STOEY. "Yes, I had some strange cases dur ing the twenty years that I was in prac tice, but they were not as numerous as those I meet with now, ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1896

i\ I l? I 6nggetlona Submitted by a Well-Known Canadian Engineer. Cotmtiy roads are commoDly di vided into two classes gravel and dirt, writes A. W. Campbell, C. E. high way commissioner for Ontario, in Tarmeis' Ad\ocate. The terms "good" and "bad" are frequently regarded as synonymous with these, and as our roads are usually constructed, this in terchange of words is to some extent not without reason. The way to con struct a good gravel road is to first build a good dirt road from the nat vial soil. A good dirt road to those who have driven through sloughs designated "bad"roads during the past spring, will seem an impossibility. And yet these bad roads are chosen in June by the teamster in preference to the "good" gra'tel roads. These latter are now a collection of parallel ruts, with locks firmly set, protruding or rolling loose under the wheels and the feet of the horses. The diseases being so perfectly know n, it is a poor recommendation for our incentive powers if we cannot pro...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1896

M* *$&", h' ^^Xt^^^ MINNESOTA State Normal Schools AT- WINONA, MAIK1T0, ST. CWUD, AN MOORHEAD. These schools are organized for tho training *t teachers for the public bcffijols of our mute. ORGANIZATION.Each school comprises two (pinirint*nt8rh Normal l'|artiitii aud Ihe Training Department and Model School. 'She Normal Department embraces: la) An elementary Course of two years, for teachers of ruril districts and elementary jrradfs. ID) An Advanced Course of five years for if ichers of advanced grades. i I A I'rofesh'onol Course of one yeir and two years tor nrnduates ol high schools, ttl) A Kindergarten Truming Course a Wi noiia, sit. Cloud and Mankato). ADMISSION.Graduates of hijrh schools aud collepes. and teachers holding comity uperin teadeuts' first and second rad certificates we admitted v.itiiout exttmiuurion. All others aie required to pass au entrance examination. EXPENSES.Tuition is free to all who pledge themselves to teach in Minnesota. Text books twre furnished at...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1896

'1 Sob, inn enc wei cam pom is busi mak sect ob' met tl E bi- b* Bt w1 th, 1 wr wc tos in pas e su. tbe exc be mt dj tt el i W i. ret vor ru re rai hai Thi flep the flie ha at on & ni. w' Ic re Ir Proceedings of the Board of Equaliz ation of Marshall County, Minn. Board met pursuant to law at the of fice ot the County Auditor in Warren, July 20th, 1896. The board was called to order by P. J. Holan. The following members were pres ent and took the oath prescribed by law: Anton Hill, N. C. Hood and M. Besancon. Absent W. E. Wood. On motion Anton Hill was elected chairman of the meeting. On motion the board resolved itself into a committee of the whole for con sideration of the returns of assessment of real and personal property as shown by the assessment books from the sev eral towns. The board continued in session and met on the 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th. 25th, 27th, 28th and 29th of July, and made tabulations and comparisons of the assessments of the different classes of prop...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1896

Wagons, carriages, etc. Melodeons MARSH GROVE. Horses one year old 13 Horses two years old 7 Horses three years old and over 2 Cattle two years old 4 Cows 4 Wagons and carriages 5 Sewing and knitting machines MIDDLE RIVER Horses one year old Horses two years old Horses three years old and over Cows Working oxen Wagons, carriages, etc. Sewing and knitting machines Melodeons and organs NEW FOLDEN. Wagons and carriages NELSON PARK. Horses two years old '7 OAK PARK. Cattle one year old 25 Cattle two years old 28 All other cattle three years old and over 16 Wagons, carriages, etc. 10 Watches and clocks 25 PARKER. Horses three years old and over 1 Wagons, carriages, etc. 1 SINNOTT. Cattle three years and over SPRUCE VALLEY.-. Horses three years old and over Cattle two years old TAMARAC. Horses two years old Cattle one year old Cattle two years old Wagons, carriages, etc. Watches, and clocks Melodeons and organs Piano Fortes 33 1 1 10 1 67 115 75 58 21 25 2 42 22 3 33 VEGA. Wagons and carr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

WE GUARANTEE GRADES. O B. G. GILL, PRESIDENT. L. LAMBERSON, CASHIER. RANK OF XA/ARREN WARREN, MINN. GILL & LAMBERSON, A General Banking Business Transacted. Insur ce, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Interest Paid on-Time Deposits. Depositors Secured by a Fire-Prool Vault, Bnrglar-Preot Safe and Tale Time Diogenes has at last found his honest man in the person of the manufacturer of "Happy Home" Clothing. His attention was first attracted by a suit of "Happy Home" clothes which his old friend Euripides wore for months and monthsa light-weight suit at that. It seemed as though they never would wear out so he hunted up Mr. Wachsmuth post-haste. His Jantern and tub will go to the junk man, and Diogenes himself may be seen in Chicago any day of the year, promenading Michigan Avenue in an up-to-date suit of "Happy Home" clothingthe only honest goods. G. C: WINCHESTER, "V^7"^-ISjESEiT ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmt* New Lu...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

\J W 8/ %r Sheaf JOBS P. MATTSON, Editor anc Propk THE NEWS. Compiled From Late Dispatohes. DOMESTIC. Hiram Weightman (colored) was lynched by a mob in Franklin, La,, for criminally assaulting and then murder ing Mrs. Bertha Gilbert, a young white woman, wife of a farmer. The wool clip in Montana this season is 8,100,000 pounds, the largest on record there. Prances Thurman, aged 34 years, pro fessionally known as "Mile. Zoe," was drowned at Curtis Bay, near Baltimore, while performing an aerial feat. Fifty persons were overcome by the heat in Chicago and one case proved fa tal, that of J. B. Lapham, a leather dealer, aged 73 years. William Murray died at Richmond, Va., from being overcome with the heat. He as, in 1879, the champion amateur oarsman of the United States. The entire business portion of Con cord. Tenn., was destroyed by fire. During a thunderstorm in Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Zykora, Fred Moyer and Le joy Carter were killed by lightning. Eddie Hurd, aged two years, had his nead...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

'AT if 4, 1 *$% [J 1 MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. G, 4. R. Rallfpay Ratesr Inquiries' are frequently received at Grand Army headquarters about rail road rates for the encampment from points in the northwest. This informa tion can be obtained from local rail road agents, but such inquiries are answered by General Secretary Pinney with the statement that, generally speaking, the rate will be one fare for the round trip. In some cases, the rate will be less than that but not much. The time limits on tickets, when sold, will be 15 days, but the time may be extended to Sept. 30 by depositing tickets with the joint agent in St. Paul before Sept. 15. The joint agent is a man who will represent all railroads centering in St. Paul that desire to participate in such an arrangement. His office will be a sort of railroad ticket clearing house. He will have a force of trained clerks and will be located at a central point, where the thousands who need his services may reach him easily. At present the ci...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

&S. ft 4K %e rfif 3Pitmtt Slieaf 1. P. MATTSOH, Editor anil Proprietor, PRICE, 1 50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Oldest, newsiest and most widely cir culated paper in narshall County. Publishes all official proceed ings of the County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, August 13,1896. Grain and Chaff. 'THE CRIME OF 1873." One hardly ever listens to a dis cussion of the money question by our populist and free silver friends "without their referring again and again to "the crime of 1873." Some how the delusion that the demoneti zation of silver by the American con gress was accomplished by stealth and was the result of a conspiracy of the "money power," has taken a fearful hold of them and will not let go It is claimed alsothatEarnestSeyd. an Englishman, came to this coun try loaded with money for corrupt ing the representatives of the people and induced them to pass the act which lett the silver dollar out of the list of coins, and though it has been shoMn that this, gentlema...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

tre I at til* PoatOfltceat Warrn Second OUssMailMatter. GleaningsSTHome Field WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern 2 3 Whitney leads in low prices. V. E. Valtinson left for St. Olaf, Otter Tail Co., to-day. A fine son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. Dixon on Sunday last. Mrs. J. S. Hilleboe and Miss Lena Taralseth returned home Mon day from Wisconsin. Mrs. J. Easton returned home on Tuesday from a visit in the south ern part of the state and Nebraska. C. E. Lundquist, now a prosper ous merchant at Hawley, Minn., has been spending a few days visiting relatives and friends in this county. H. Johnson, editor of the Tiden de at Crookston, and Capt. H. W. Donaldson, of Hallock, were present at the Eepublican convention yester day. "Silver and Gold, or both *ides of the shield" explains both sides of the money question. Don't fail to read it, Republican, Democrat or Populist. E. W. Copp, of Excel, G. J. Vi gen, of New Solum, and J. P. My lire, of Middle Kiver, were delegates to the Republi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

^U# itfiXr 1 Ms ilJWTJfc! A SEA DREAM. thought, to-day, by te?stliri%ray- seftf, Of ships of mine that long Since set sail Of some that never returned to the, And some that weathered the winder gale, 3 i strong and beautiful bark of Youth, That swept at dawn o'er the harbor bar, Her sails unfurled for the port of Truth, Her eneign kissed by the morning star The black, belligerent ship. Desire, That, from the throats of her battle-guns, Sent seaward volleys of crimson Are, And set her course for the bui ning suns Of Hope, my confident, naiad craft, 6' That nymph-like glistened from stern to bow, Whose fairy crew at the tempest laughed. And fi*ed for Fortunate'Isles herpiow But homeward, oft, with her flags adioop, J-iom poitless shore and from beach) ess bourn, Hath Hope, m\ gallant and graceful sloop. Come oack to me wth hei canvas torn. And, diiven hard on the shoals of Grief, My ship, Desiie and hci ciew went down. A nd tound a giave the sunken leef, Where soon 01 late the er-sang...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

4 i f\t sSfitSsssfJ VI.. AGRICULTURALHINTSL GRASSHOPPER TRAP. A Device That Saved Many Crops In the State of Minnesota. We told our readers last fall about the serious outbreak of grasshoppers in Minnesota, and the efforts made to de stroy them. Among other devices em ployed was the hopper-dozier, a picture of which is shown. A bulletin of the Minnesota Experiment station gives the following account of the making of A hopper-dozier: A sheet of ordinary sheet-iron, such as is used for making stovepipes, wa* turned up iy2 inch around the edges, and riveted at the corners. This made a shallow pan about 8 feet long, 2' feet broad and iy2 inch deep. To the bottom of this were riveted the six small strips which could be fastened to the three runners on which the pan rested. To the rear side of the pan was screwed light, wooden frame, as long as the pan and iy 2 foot high. Over this frame HOMEMADE 'HOPPER DOZIER. a piece of canvas was stretched, This frame served the important office of th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

9, & MINNESOTA ^w* ^f#l State Normal Schools AT- S ^s? W1S0HA, MAKKATO, S^C^M AN MOORHEAD. lbese schools are organized for the training af teachers fur the public schools of our slatt- ilGANIZATION Each school comprieeH two departmentsthe Normal Department and the Training Department and Model school. Xtoe Normal Department embraces (a) An elementary Course of two earefo teachers of rural districts and elemental** grades. (b) An Advanced Conrse of five yeais tor tMtlitr of advani ed grades It) A 1 rofessional Course of one yeir and two years toi graduates of high schools (d) A Kiiidergaroeii Training Course (at Wi nona, St Cloud and Mankato) ADMISSION Graduates of high schools and colleges and teachers holding county snperin tendents first and second grade certificates are admitted without examination. All others are required to pass an entrain examination EXPENSES 1 uition is free to all who pledge themselves to teach in Minnesota Text nooks are furnished ut a rental of $ i per...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

I Wmnn WARREN MINNESOTA SUPPLEMENT. PLAIN FACTS ON FINANCE SENATOR NELSON MARSHALS THcM IN CONVINCING MANNER. He Addresses a Mass Meeting at His Home Town *o Alexandria, Mak ing One of the iuost Complete He views of the Financial Question Ever delivered in Minnesota Errors of the Sllverites Pointed Out Means of Incontroverti ble Facts and Fignres Combined "With Logical Utterances That All May Understand. Alexandria, Minn., Special, Aug. 2.What Senator Nelson intended to be a quiet talk to the Young Men's Republican club here last evening was by the demands of the people developed into a big mass meeting, crowding the capacity of the opera house. The club on Wednesday invited Mr. Nelson to address it before going out to take active part in the campaign. He consented, pro vided the meeting should be just a quiet one of the club and Its friends. It was soon found that this could not be done and the club engaged the opera house. I was a splendid audience that greeted the senator, and th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1896

.^v u^ -Jb' Wk fcer ffieut wars with Ntfpoleon on a paper basis. We carried on our war of the great Rebellion on a similar basla. From 1802 till 1879 there was In this country no pri mary money that is, no gold or silver in circulation. The entire business of the country was conducted'on a paper basis, and "prices were maintained at a much higher level than when we had free coin age. Prom 1873 to 1S78 we not only had no silver In circulation, but silver was Actually Demonetized, and yet during that period prices were, on the whole, on a higher level than during the five years succeeding the enactment of the Sherman law in 1890, during which pe riod silver was not only remonetized, but was more extensively In circulation than ever before. The extraordinary and forced silver inflation of our currency under that law produced no substantial rise In prices, or Increase in the wages of labor, nor, except for a very brief period, did it even Increase the price of silver. W never had a grea...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

IJ J-c Volume XVI. GILL, PRFBIDFNT, flANK F O YOU.. J*uy WARREN, MINN. GILL & LAMBERSON, A General Banking Business Transacted. Insur ee, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. ^l^^e^kV- Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. .^l^-w^ Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. se ?a BECAUSE 1 ca BECAUSE benefit. asy WE GUARANTEE GRADES. MEEHAN LUMBER CO., \A/ARREN Depositors Secured by a Fire-Proot Vault,Burglar-Proof Safe and Tim Loc Why do we SeU BECAUSE The cash system is better for everybody. cheaper for cash than on credit. BANKERS. CTales Fo do business without the usual "bad debts" which no credit house fan do. Our customers get the BECAUSE The credit system is a delusion to those who buy in careless buying. that way. Credit is a luxury that is always dearly bought it costs many times more than it is worth. It is conducive to extravagance and to credit? Stop ifr! Pay cashrbe careful in your buying, deal with a reliable cash house, and get your money's w...

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