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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

I WARREN, MINN. AUGUST1896. Sun. Mon. Tue. 10 *W* *-s^**3 Wed. Thur, Fri. 11 18 Sat. 6 8 12 \9 16 23 13 20 1L 24 31 14 21 25 15 22 29 26 30 *T i 27 28 ^^TTTTTTVTTT^TTVV^fi. THE NEWS. Compiled From Late Dispatches. DOMESTIC. Lena Eivitt, aged 16, and Cora Goan ette, aged ten, were drowned while bathing in Pmedale pond near Athol, Mabs. A ten-year-old boy named Mills killed the two little children of Fiank Powers at Hollywood, N. C, because they would not stop crying. By a flood in the Tiptown river in the vicinity of Bourbon, lnd., houses, barns and crops were destroyed and 25 per sons losi, their lhes. E. S. Sanborn & Co., of Lynn, Mass., manufacturers of ladies' shoes, failed ior $100,000. Josiah E. Kelley, for 27 ears assistant cashier ot the First national bank at South Bend, lnd.. killed himself because of a shortage of $24,000 in his accounts. The Manhansett hotel at Shelter Island, one of the largest and most fashionable of the summer hotels on the Long Island coast, was b...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

1-i TOLD OF AN HONOK. Bryan and Sewall Formally Noti fied of Their Nomination. ka Enormous Crov ^Att^BndsAnf Ova tion to the C^adidatei^Sxtracts from Mr. Bryan's Address Accepting the Nomination. New York, Aug-.~ 13.At Madison Square garden, Wednesday night, Hon. William J. Bryan, of Nebraska, and Hon. Arthur Sewall, of Maine, were formally notified of their nomination as candi dates for president and vice president of the United States, respectively, by the democratic national" convention at its recent session in Chicago. The doors were opened at seven o'clock and the great crowd which blockaded the streets made a desperate rush to gain entrance. During the tur moil several women fainted. At last by a vigorous use of clubs the police were able to secure a semblance of or der. From floor to roof the garden was soon crowded with human beings. The heat was intense.. When. Mrs* Bryan entered, a few minutes before ner husband came, a scene of enthnsi- WILLIAM J. BRYAN. asm followed whic...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

$ 4. 4* fHarmt S1K( J. P. MATTSOH, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE. $150 PER YEAH IN ADVANCE. "Oldest, newsiest and most widely cir culated paper in ilarshall County. Publishes all official proceed ings of the County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, August 20,1896. MRS. BRYAN I DON'T FRANK 8. z& lost her engagement ring at Pittsburg, and, horrible to think, it was a gold ring, too. THE county ticket placed in the field by the Republicans is made up of good, strong and capable men. POOR Tom Watson was not pres ent at the Bryan blow-out in Madi son Square Garden. Sewall was. PRESIDENT HINES of the Farmers' R. has had his hands full for some time discussing religion with the Hornerites, anew sect that is raising Cam in that part of North Dakota where he lives. WE publish this week in supple ment form the address of Senator Oushman K. Davis. It is a masterly presentation of the money question and every voter who wants to vote right this fall should give it a care ful rea...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

"S i 1/ toredsttb* PoatOflceat Warr*n Second OlassSCailMatter. Gleanings^r.Home Field WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern 2 Whitney leads in low prices. Rev. Alfred Bergin returned yesterday from a visit in St. Paul Harvesting: has commenced in this vicinity. The crop is very light. A tower is being built on the Norwegian Lutheran church in this city. L. B. Lindquist went to Crooks ton on Monday evening returning on "Wednesday. Rev. C. G. Jacobson will preach in the Scandinavian M. E. church this evening. The petrified man is now in the haads of a receiver. His troubles know no end. Dr. F. L. Norin, of Ada, Minn., will be at the Svea Hotel, Warren, on Aug. 25 and 26. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Slee and Mr and Mrs. F. W. Flanders are spend ing a few weeks at Red Lake. The Warren schools will open on Monday, Sept. 7, and not on Aug. 31, as announced in a former issue. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Holm and Mr and Mrs. Ed. Franson spent Sunday with friends at Stephen. Prof. H. E. White and wife re turn...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

LIFE AND drATHr**** Two shadowy forms together stand At portal of the opening year Each stretching out a beckoning hand, i. As on the threshold we appear, am One leadeth forth \*{th res^less^eet^ Into a conflict earnest, graye, And Alls our hearts with hope to meet A victory like soldiers brave. The other with a trembling touch, $ Draw to a dreamless, lowly bed, Where those, who, burdened over-much, Find rest for weary heart and head. But in her other hand she Holds Concealed from sight, a golden key Which Heaven's pearly gate*unfolds Into a blest eternity* 8 Each strives t6 keep'us fn her gra&p, To lure us onward* in her sphere, The Lord of life, and death, doth clasp And guide their .handswe need not fear. Margaret May, in, N, Observer. BICYCLE NO. 11,152. BY HENRY E. HAYDOCK. fATHER, may I come in? said a fresh, young voice. "Certainly, my son," answered a man wiip had been but a moment be fore bending- over his writing. He glarutjed to ward tb^door as it op,eiied. and seemed...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

ISPV 1 ^^^fW^0''^ Vf? LIFE AND DEATH. Two shadowy forms together stand At portal of the opening year Each stretching out a beckoning hand. As on the threshold we appear. One leadeth forth with restless "feet Into a conflict earnest, grave, And fills our hearts with hope to meet A victory like soldiers brave. The other with a trembling touch Diaus to a dreamless, lowly bed, Where those, who, burdened over-much, Find lest for weary heart and head. But in her other hand she holds Concealed from sight, a golden key Which Heaven's pearly gate-unfolds" Into ablest eternity. Each strives to keep Us In her grasp, To hue us onward In her spljere, The Lord of life, and death, doth clasp And s?uide their ,handswe need not fear Margaret May, in N, Observer. BICYCLE NO. 11,152. BY HENKY IS. HAYDUCK. pATHUR, may I come in?" said a fresh, young1 voice. "Certainly, my son," answered a man wiip hac1 been but a moment be fore bending over his writing. He glanced to ward the, door as it opened, and se...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

I! I1 i I -K Republicans of Ohio Hold a Blc Bally Sherman Speaks. Columbus, O., Aug-. 17.The opening meeting of the republican state and na tional campaign Was- called to order Saturday afternoon at. 1:30 o'clock by Gov. Bushnell. Gov. Bushnell made a short speech of welcome and then intro duced Senator Sherman. %^,M^St then we nt on to review the coinage history of the United States. said that in 1853 the silver dollar had disappeared, from t!ie current coins of the United States and was practically and purposely demonetized. Senator Sherman, in his speech, claims, in the first place that the fluctuation of the relative value of gold and silver is constantly changing, and that this fluctua tion cannot be prevented by law. says that both gold and silver are necessary as money, silver to supply the daily wants of life and gold to measure the larger transactions of businessr ^especially in ex changes with foreign nations. Then in explanation of the act of '73 Senator Sherman said that...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

THE CAMPAIGN OPENED. Republicans of Ohio Hold a Biff Rally Sherman Speaks. Columbus, 0., Aug-. 17.The opening meeting of the republican state and na tional campaign was called to order Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock by Gov. Bufehnell. Gov. Rushnell made a short speech of welcome and then intro duced Senator Sherman. He then went on to review the coinage history of the United States He said that in 1853 the silver dollar had disappeared from the cm rent coins of the United States and was practically and purposely demonetised. Senator Sherman, in his speech, claims in the first place that the fluctuation of the relative Aalue of gold and silver is constantly changing, and that this fluctua tion cannot be prevented by law. He says that both gold and silver are necessary as money, silver to supply the daily A\a^ts of hfe and gold to measure the laiger transactions of business, especially in ex changes With foreign nations. Then in explanation of the act of '73 Senator Sherman said t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

*s !&- Hf. MINNESO TA tafe Normal Schools AT WHOM, MANKATO, ST. C^UD, AN MOORHEAD. ^irose schools are ororuulzed for tlip triiining oatltucberg for the public schools of our state. 3HH3AN1ZATI0N.Each school comprises two Apartmentsthe Normal Department and Urn Training Departmeut and Model School. '3Bte Normal Department embraces: *i An elementary Course of two years for iraehtsrs of rural districts und elementary vjrndesv i) An Advanced Course of five years for Seaoh^p.s of advanced grades. t A HrofesHional Course of one year and tmo yeaiw for graduates of high schools. Sd) A. Kiiidereurreii Training Course (at Wl imtua,, St. Cloud and Mankato). iWMISSlON.Graduates of high schools and MilleRes. and teachers holding county superin tendent*' first and second grade certificates are admitted without examination. All other* re required to pass an entrance examination. iBSPENSES.Tuition is free to all who pledge themselves to teach in Miunesota. Text books sre furnished at a rental o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

I 1 :^-^^ftl^ Mm^n ^fteaf WARREN MINNESOTA Wednesday, Aug:". 19. 1SDO. SUPPLEMEHT: AN ADDRESS SENATOR C. K. DAYIS TO THE CITIZENS OF ST. PAUIi. AUGUST 4. 1806. St. Paul,, Aug. 4:Senator Cushnian K. Davis this evening opened the campaign tor the Republican part In Ramsey county by the delivery of a masterly address, princpially confined to a discussion of ques tions of finance. He was greeted at Mar ket hall by a large audience, and wa-* listened to with the closest attention, and at numerous pauses his speech was en thusiastically applauded. Senator Davis spoke as follows: Senator Davis said: Mr. President and Follow Citizens: This great assemblages convened under conditions of temperature so unpropitious, admonishes me that you have met here to deliberate upon matters of serious and most pressing im port. I am here, standing face to face with you, to speak in a, perefectly plain way, without any attempt at rhetorical exaggera tion, I hope without any error of fact, and I trust with...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1896

^S^^S&je-^^ f|~ &' 1 't-fT rki Since the Latin Union, frem 1873 to 1876, abandoned free coinage, there has existed In European nations, and In the United States, the only practical bimetallism. Let me repeat thisI feel that I cannot bear it into your minds too often or too urgently ^thafc these nations, Including ours, are the only nations on the face of the earth that have any bimetallism whatever. And why? Because they went to the danger line, as we went, and then stopped. (Ap- plause.) The universal teaching of history tlemonstrated that there was a dead line, beyond which silver could not be pressed without the Immediate annihilation of its companion, gold, as a useful,working money medium. And when any man gets up and dreams and soliloquises, aud philosophizes before me, and tells me he knows it won't bo so if we try where others failed, I tell ihim that an ounce of fact is worth a ton of theory, and that something bodily is worth a million of disembodied ghosts. (Appla...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1896

BECAUSE -A. 3SJ B. 6 GILL., PRESIDENT. L. LAMBERSON, CASHIEH. WARREN, MINN. GILL & LAMBERSON, A General Banking Business Transacted. Insur ce, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. ^l^ig&f^ Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. ,^Kfc_ Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Depositors Secured by a Fire-Proot Yault, Burglar-Proof Safe and Yale Time Loc \S/hy do we S^H BECAUSE The cash system is better for everybody. se ca BECAUSE The cre that careless buying. O YOU.. Buy I OPPOSITE ROBERTSOVS- LUMBER YAKD. cheaper for cash than on credit. BECAUSE We can do business without the usual "bad debts*" benefit. way dearly bought worth. It which no credit house can do. Our customers get the dit sj'stem is a delusion to those who buy in is Credit is a luxury that is always it costs many times more than it is conducive to extravagance and to credit? Stop it! Pay cash, be careful in your buying, deal with a reliable cash house, and get your money's worth. Try it...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1896

I*** 1 I $5 /if* JOHN P. MATRON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ I MINN. THE NEWS. Compiled From Late Dispatches. DOMESTIC. Eugene Burt, who murdered his v* ife and two children at Austin, Tex., about six months ago, was arrested in Chi cago. Advices received in Philadelphia ay that en men of the crew of 21 of the British bark Flora Stafford, which was burned at sea several weeks ago, per ished. A panther killed two children named Allen near Mansfield. Mo. Heavy rains in southern Iowa and througho ut Missouri a nd Arkansas did damage to fruit, cott on and other grow ing crops. The mansion of Frederick Faulkner at Belvidere, Mass., was burned to the ground with all its contents, entailing a loss of $125,000. the overturning of an engine on the C. & S. railroad at Canton, O., Engineer Joseph Kirk and Fireman John Hardesty were killed. The Archer & Pancoast company of New York was placed in the hands of a receiver. Their liabilities are over $800,000. Two inch es of snow fell on the s...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1896

i' MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. Will Be on a Large Scale. State exhibits from Washington, Or egon, Idaho, Montana, North and South Dakota as well as Minnesota will be shown at the state fair this year, which will be held midway between St. Paul and Minneapolis Aug. 31 to Sept. 5, the same week as the national encamp* ments of the G. A. R. and the Knights of Pythias. Railroads give a rate of a cent a mile good for 30 days, so that an enormous crowd is expected at the fair. The state fair for this year has ac cordingly been organized on a scale of an exposition of resources of the entire Northwest. A great' program of races has been provided and there will be games of la crosse between Winnebago and Chippewa Indians, balloon ascen sions and parachute leaps, and a host of other diversions. One thousand dol lars in prizes is offered for the Deere Webber bicycle day, Monday, Aug. 31, the opening day of the fair, when all bicyclists coming to the grounds on their wheels are to be admitted at hal...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1896

i Oldest, newsiest and most widely cir culated paper in ilarshall County. Publishes all official proceed ings of the County. v~u~ Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, August 27,1896. !)(2)S)( Grain and Chaff. O:O:O:OX:OX5:O:O:O:O:O:O:O:OIOIOIOTO:OIO:O:OIO: THE Crookston Times says that Bro. Deacon of the St. Vincent New Era is experimenting in horticulture, trying to graft his raspberry bushes onto the common prairie milk weed, so as to get raspberries and cream off the same stalk. IN 1894 potatoes sold for 40 and 50 cetits a bushel, in 1895 they were a drug on the market at 8 or 10 cents a bushel, while this year the price will probably be high again. Does anyone believe that the gold standard had anything to do with making potatoes high one year and low another? IF the farmers really want to pros per why don't they get a law passed providing that the government shall purchase all the wheat and corn they raise at the uniform price of $1 a bushel. They ought to have as goo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1896

i ii- if ''& Bt*rdatthPotOfflc*t WarmatBacoBd mass MaiIMatter. Gleanings^Home Field WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern 2 8 46 eta. 45 43 40 Whitney leads in low pric8. A. Grindeland went to St. Paul Monday. Mrs. J. B. Main went to Crooks ton Monday. Ole Thompson, of Fork, was in town yesterday. Miss M. Kingston left for the Twin cities on Monday. C. A. Bradley shipped a carload of cattle from here yesterday. Miss ftinda Anderson visited friends in Crookston and vicinity last week. Andrew Melgaard and family have moved into their cozy new home on Division street. L. S. Bayrell, of Argyle, the populist candidate for countyattorney, was in town Monday. Miss Cora Peterson, of Hallock, arrived last Saturday to visit for a few days with Miss Olga Jensen. H. R. Lyon, of Mandan, N. was in town yesterday looking af ter his property interest here. C. W. Hayes, of Nelson Park, was sent to the Soldiers* Home at Minnehaha Falls on Tuesday. A. Southworth and Guy Carleton started for Minn...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1896

*yC nM- A PICTURE. Mornln' glories roun' the place Seem to climb to kiss her face Purple blossoms fallin' sweet Banks o' violet at hei feet Purtiest pictur' that could be "Trouble is, it ain't fer me! Hoses seem to understand, There's a red one kissed her handl An* the violetsain't they blest? "There's a bunch pinned on her breast! Purtiest pictur' you could see: Trouble is, it ain't fer me! Lilies leaniu' to'ids her there "Wild winds kiss an' toss hei hair, "W oo her in each garden spot Kiss her if she likes or not' Nothin' half so sweet could be: Trouble is, she ain't fer me! Purtiest pictur'! An' I know "Why that pictur's smilin' sol Some one moves the rose aside, An' two aims that pictur' hide! (Lots o' purtier ones to see. Always said it warn't fer me') -Prank Stanton, in Chicago Times Herald. A TELEPATHIC TIP. A telegram for ou, sir. I v\ as the morning of the Derby day, and I bad just looked into the office Ijefoie starting- for Epsom. I was at the time on the staff of the Sp...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1896

i AGRICULTURALHINTS. MARKET. Bow to Rear the tittle Creatures Hatcben or Pens. Rabbits confined and reared in hutches or pens inside of buildings should be fed chiefly dry oats. After six to eight weeks old, feed whole, dry oats, but under that age the oats should be crushed. All kinds of roots should be fed sparingly at first until ac customed to them. Fed too much at first flatulency will result. Wheat may be fed to advantage. Cabbage and other green wet stuff should be avoided as causing pot belly and disease. A little sulphur should be put in the ground 12. -"iiiiiau nmn a. 4. JBX wr J3S7 REARING RABBITS FOR MARKET. feed once a week to prevent scurvy and keep in health. Rabbits can be bred in any kind of an Inclosure that is clean and well venti lated. Where hutches are built one above another they are not handy and difficult to keep clean. The plan of a rabbit house shown below may be one, two or more stories high and may be built as small or as large as desired. In plan a, the...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1896

-ivr^v MINNESOTA State Normal Schools AT- WIHOM, MANKATO, ST. C^UD, AND MOORHEAD. Ihese schools are organized for the training of teachers for the public schools ot our scute RGANIZVTIONEach school comprises two deunrtuientsthe Normal Department and the Training Department and Model School. The Normal Department embraces. (t) An elementary Course of two \eaisfor Teachers of rural districts and elementary grades. (o) An Advanced Course of fivo yeais for tf tellers of advanced guides HrofeHsional Course of one ye ir and tv tars for KI aduares of high schools (d) A h.inderairen Framing Course (at Wi nona, 1st. Cloud and Mankato) ADMISSIONGradn ites of high schools and colleges and teacheis holding county supeiiu tendents flist and sttond rude certitlcitts aie admitted without examination. All otheis are required to pass an tntrame e\aniinatioa E\rEVSnSTuition is free to all who pledge themsclvi to t*aih in Minnesota Tt books are furuishod at a ii.ut.il of $1 per ear Pio vision is in id...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 September 1896

*s Volume XVI. GILL, PRKSIDKNT. .A. WARREN, MINX. GlLL & LAMBERSON, A General Banking Business Transacted. Insur ce, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. -^fetew~~" Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. W^y dowe Se^ BECAUSE O YOU.. Buy on credit? Stop it &, buyin OPPOSITE ROBERTSON'S" LTJMBER YARD. Depositors Secured by a Fire-Proot Vault, Burglar-Proof Safe and Yale Time Locfcspilled BECAUSE The cash system is better for everybody. se ca BECAUSE ca benefit. cheaper for cash than on credit. worth. I is conducive to extravagance and to careless baying. v.-^.,,... ilpiw^lpfp^#ff^ even L. LAMBI5RS0N, CASHIER. ARREN BANKERS. C^ do business without the usual "bad debts" which no credit house ^an do. Our customers get the BECAUSE The credit system is a delusion to those who buy in that way. Credit is a luxury that is always dearly bought it costs many times more tnan it is Pay cash, be careful in your deal with a re...

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