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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1896

!&ajtor Sf jf& P*ss, *X)nly a blade of grass! In a world of getting and giving, *fc*jl ttatil am, alas! *%llit$sha com no ffisrtt'than a blade of/grassjj Ohl wKatMs the use of liv&gr^ But with the sun and the ralAt "^i 9Pft. sweet shower, afid thasJtto Oreen things are growl^amata, The opulent use and beauty Of the wonderful waving mass! And all of it comes to pass Through each little blade of grass Just doing its daily dutyf^1 BIT, r' Mary Bradley, in S. S. Times. TT l!J*0 MISFIT CLOTHES. Noruanwhohasneverappeared before an army courts-martial or examining board can T&avean adequaie?c|ncep1adji| of the worriment that recently agi- tated Col. Wade, a member of the in quisitive body that went digging into the cases of several army^ officers^ *t]^#ith*kn^h. Chicago*some time sinceJf'Col.^vyade started from San Antomo*with spurs clanking aypdr swords-tfairly glistening under the magic effects of powdered brickdust. Also he had blue cJathes with* gold curlicues and Resig...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1896

mmmms&zm mkf Hi'- p-* W AGRICUCTURALHINTS. GEORGIA NEEDS THEM. Construction of Good Roads Advocated by Gov. Atkinson. Gov. Atkinson, of Georgia, at a recent meeting of the Good Roads club of At lanta, stated that he had had little or no experience as a wheelman and was not personally fond of the wheel. "But the movement which the bicycle riders have Started," he said, "deserves the hearty cooperation of every citizen of the coun try and of the state. If there- is ,oae thing that this state needs it is good roads, and the wheelmen should have all the praise and honor of being the first to inaugurate the movement. "Good roads show progress in civiliza tion wherever they are found. I want to see better roads built. I want them wider and sounder want them wide enough so that there will be a place on each side for the bicycle riders of the State. If the farmers can be shown how GOV. ATKINSON, OP GEORGIA. much benefit the good roads will be to them they will at once eater into itie mo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1896

fr 1 m- 2^ ft-' (Continued from first page.) "The "supply" does not depend so much uppon the quantity on hand as upon the willingness of the owners of it to part with it. When money is hoarded because capitalists are afraid to lend it, the more they have on hand the harder it is to get, and the higher the rate of interest is. The chief element in making money cheap is confidence that values will not be disturbed and that when it is loaned, it will herepaid with certainty and without depreciation. Mr. Bry an and his followers rant about the oppressive influence of the gold standard and subservience to Eng land. Do they not know that under the influence of the gold standard the rate of interest, which is the price of money, has steadily declined during the past quarter of a century, and that money is cheaper in Eng land to-day than anywhere else on earth? They assert that the "demo netization of silver" hasenhanced the value of money, but the assertion is not true. The price of money ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

Volume XVI. BECAUSE -A- i *w ft B. G. GILL. PBKSIDEWT. L. LAMBERSON, CABHIEB. 'v^i#te8sJ,iltiy1wg:'i 3SI Tj OPPOSITE ROBEBTSOV'S- XtfMBER YAKD. ANK0F \^/ARREN WARREN, MINN. GILL & LAMBERSON, A General Binking Business Transacted. Insur ee, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. ^H^^t^kW Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. Taxes Paid for Nan-Residents. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Depositors Secured by a Fire-Prool Yanlt,Bnrglar-Preof Safe and Tale Time Lock Why dowe Sell For Qash? BECAUSE The cash system is better for everybody. ca W benefit. BECAUSE Tu sell cheaper for cash than on credit. BECAUSE We can do business without the usual "bad debts" which no credit house can do. Our customers get 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 than it is worth. It is conducive buying, deal with a reliable cash house, and get your money's worth. Try it we know that you will be satisfied. Co...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

%F*$jp$nw[Czg0** *"ff?* USawcrc The Sh IK 4*^ -flf JOHN P. MATTsotf, Editor an^ WARRE N~ I iAAlNl THE NEWS! Compiled From Late Dispatches. DOMESTIC. During he last eight months the ex ports of merchandise from the United States amount ed to $567,259,457, again st $489,360,551 during he same period in 1895. The imports amounted to $471,- 222,434, again st $535,737,819 in the first eight months of 1895. The Midland state bank at Omaha, Neb., closed its doors with liabilities of over $100,000. Ben S. Morris, one of the two negres who murdered S. C. Buckman, a prom inent cattle dealer of Watonga, O. T\, was lynch ed by a mob. W. Humphrey & Co., he largest retail clothing firm in St. Louis, failed for $125,000. I a fight in Ozark county. Mo., be tween lumber thieves and officers four of he thieves were killed and one dep uty marshal fatally wounded. Fiank Ward and Scott Jackson, miners at Oronega, Mo., fell 150 feet do wn a shaft and were killed. The Army of West Virginia met at Gall...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

,f r^ go? MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. tVorK Never in the Sustain the Management. A meeting bf G* A. R. men was held in Rawlins post hall at Minneapolis, to take action in regard to an article which recently appeared in one of the city papers which quite severely scored the management of the soldiers' home at Minnehaha for taking nearly all of the inmates to the parade in St. Paul last Wednesday, and leaving several of the oldest verterans to show the insti tution to the numerous visitors. Reso lutions were drawn up stating that the soldiers w^lio were left behind were too feeble to care to attend the parade, although carriages would have been provided for their conveyance, and that, moreover, there were very few visitors at the home that day. The resolution also express the utmost con fidence in the management of that in stitution. No State Ticket. At a meeting of the state central committee of the national democrats it was decided to abandon the idea of naming a state ticket. While there...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

4 r 5 'i i i!' i! I I MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. tarjre ^Vcrfc. "Never in the history of American sh pbuildhjg has such ork been seen as in the construction of the Bessemer Steamship company's fleet of lake. freight ships, all of which hail from Duluth About the close of the first week December last the company was formed, and its Cleyeland agents made contracts with large shipyards, all then fairly full of work, for the building of twelve great ships, each to be larger than anything on the lakes with the exception of the one steamer afloat and the two under contract for the Zenith Transportation company of Duhith. Today sees the seventh of the^e ships at w^ck, while one more will be ready the last of the month and the lemaiui.ig four in October. In ad dition, feu- -,hips have been purchased and the fleet, as it will be before the close of the coming month, less than 10 months alter the decision to build was made, will have a capacity for carry ing in one load the enormous quantity of 65...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

3rt: fix ^V fife fc- If* \f -aw if* :&* & atmt$foea 4. P. MATTSOil, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE. $150 PER YEAR 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, September 24,1896. Grain and Chaff. He's true to God who's true to man Whenever wrong is done To the humblest and the weakest, 'Neath the all beholding sun, That wrong is also done to us, And they are slaves most ba^e, Whose love of right is for themselves And not for all their race. LOWELL. THE people of this country have had enough of the hard times. They don't propose to stand them any longer. They are determined to have prosperity and good times once more. To accomplish this they will bury the silver agitators and free-traders be neath an avalanche of votes in No vember next. They are the cause of the present distress and depression. "Gold has not made long crops or short crops, hig...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

"7 [3 *a* ^l*i^!!&^'M.4&b&K/j^feis,%*&.JJ Whitney leads in low prices. Service in the Norwegian Luth. church next Sunday evening at 7:30. Nels Bystrora and Garfield John son biked it to Crookston last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Mack and Mrs. E. Webster, of Wanger, visited with friends here on Tuesday. Kev. Tornell, C. J. Pihlstrom, M. L. Larson and wife, and Mr. Luadquist, of Vega, went to Winni last Friday to attend a religious gathering, returning on Monday. FOB SALE: All the buildings and sheds of the old Meehan lumber yard, also one safe. THE ROBERTSON LUMBER CO., J. P. EASTON, Manager. Rev. C. A. Bjork, from Chicago, president of the Swedish Mission Covenant, will preach in the Swedish Mission church on Friday evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. E. A. Skogsberg, from Minneapolis, will preach hereon Sunday. Prof. J. S. Carlson, of Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn., will speak upon the political issues of the day, in the Swedish language, at the opera house in 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. — 24 September 1896

1* 'mummSo0We TOVA2W 3r* *9* J.U ihF THE OTHEE'S OTHER MAN W. XARBELL. It was yesterday, after an lour years I hacDhfi labt oirfy wished each other good luqk oil "wh^t fys ^oiuiug In my case it was a. medi- Srhencemensincewe s$en him parted dayJ'and, had **lres^ mral, a fewyears*so [ur,natt.he law school in Cambridge. Those years Jiad now passed. 1 as about to become a lull-fledged M. D., and Phillazy, good-natured, joking Phil Wheelejvthe man who led his class (in smoking rank tobac^oiXgrJNa^ about to call hiu^eli a law \TBr.\n4. lawyerI 'laughed every time I thought oi it forwhile Phil was the best ellowr in the world When it came to brewing a delectable punch or to doing the faseinatipn talk act to a *h SufptBjjr^ maiden alt hei jfirstfbweU dinner, }*et"lreUiad no moie 6ne making of e\ en a medioci banist er in him than has many anothei good iellow, who thinks hnnselt cut out by destiny for the bar. i"V #N| fh% Ho\\e\er, Pihu had al^gu^sjbegn ope oi 111j best eluuns, and, of cour...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

g^'v,- THE OTHERS OTHER MAN ARTHUR W. TARBELL. It was yesterday, after an intei'yal of lour years. I hacl jiot seen him since we parted labt on Commencement day, and had wished each other good luck on what Wf (jomiug, In my case Jt was a medi- c^coui'-se at one oi the German univer sities in his, a few years'sojourn at the law school in Cambridge. Those years had now passed. 1 was about to become a lull-fledged M. D., and Phillazy, good-natured, joking I'hil'Wheeler, the man who led his class (in smoking rank tobacco)v\a,s about to tall himself a lavv\er. A lawyer1 laughed every time I thought oi' it for v\ hiJe Phil was the best fellow in the world when it came to brewing a delectable punch or to doing the fascination talk act to a &h\ country maiden at her first swell dinner, yet he had no more the making of e\ en a mediocre barrister iu him than has many another good fellow, who thinks himself cut out Lj destiny for the bar. "Sf' $. Howe\er, l%il bad always been one my best e...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

fit -t i|f5 I a A6MctJLtUKALklNTS. BARN ARCHITECTURE. How to Increase the Capacity of,an Olld Structure at Small Expense. The barns on many farms heretofore devoted to "mixed farming" have but limited accommodations for cows. When starting to work up a dairy, as many farmers are now doing, more barn room becomes a necessity. It is the pur pose of this article to show how the or dinary barn may have its capacity great ly increased for dairy purposesand that, too, at a very small expense^,, With the addition of a silo, which the dairyman "must of necessity have, it is not necessary to increase the storage VIEW OP THE BARN AS IMPROVED. capacity of the barn, but simply the cow quarters. The silo is put in the mid dle of the long haj-bay that usually runs the length of one side of the barn, while the addition is made at right angles to the feeding-floor, the original cattle quarters and the side of the bain, in the form of an "ell." The new ar rangement is shown very cleai"ly in the diag...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1896

& 4 ^& TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will bo received at the Clerk's office of Dist. No. 27, town of Big Woods, Marshall county, until Sept. 29,1896, ut 7 o'clock P. M., for the building: of a new school house according to plans and speci fications on file in said clerk's office. Successful bidder must furnish satis factory bonds. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. EUIK 0. FJELD, Clerk, Big Woods, 3t. Minn. TO FARMERS. Any farmer wishing to improve his stock of hogs can purchase fine full blood Poland-China pigs or hogs at a low price at my farm three miles south of Warren. C. A. BRADLEY. Th*oi ies of cure may be discussed at length by physicians, but the suffer ers want quick relief One Minute Cough Cure will give it to them. A safe cure foi children. It is "'the only harmless remedy that pro duces immediate lesults." Chapin's Drugstoie. FOR RENT:The rooms above Morkassel's fiuit and confectionery stoie. For intormatiou apply to G. Morkassel. HOUSE FOR RE...

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

i I Whyd 2SI 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 Nonresidents. Interest Paid on Deposits. Depositors Secured by a Firs-Proof Vault, Burgiar-Prool Saf and Yale Time Loci 1 Sel BECAUSE The cash system is better for everybody. sel BECAUSE 1 ca careless buying. O YOU.. Bu 3D OPPOSITE ROBERTSOVS- LUUBER TAKD. cheaper for cash than on credit. BECAUSE ^'eean do business without the usual "bad debts" benefit. BECAUSE Tu which no credit house can do. Our customers get 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 worth. It is conducire to extravagance and to BANKERS. CTime credit? Stop it Pay cash, be careful in your buying, deal with a reliable cash house, and get your money's worth. Try it we know that you will be satisfied. Come in and we 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. — 1 October 1896

N JOHN MATI'SON, Kditor and Prop WARREN] MINN. THE NEWS, Compiled From Late Dispatches, DOMESTIC. The Pawnee bank at Pawnee, 111., dosed its doors with liabilities of $51,- 000: assets. $75,000 Charles Pfeifer killed his wife and child at Brightwood, Ind., while insane, and then hanged himself. The sovereign lodge, Independent Or der of Odd Fellows, in session at Dallas, Tex., elect ed Fred Carlton, of Austin, Tex., grand sire. Delegates from 18 states were in at tendance when the twenty-seventh an nual national convention of insurance commissioners began in Philadelphia* Gen. Brooks, in command of the Col orado national guard, declared martial law in Leadville because of information that at an opportune moment the strik ing miners intended to wipe out the n tire national guard and burn the town. Frank Johnson, aged 48, a broker, and one of the oldest and most popular members of the Chicago board of trade, committed suicide by shooting himself. E & C. Brown, proprietors of the M...

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

1 ^f^^^^^^^^r^W MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. A Snake Bite. Carl Strom, the 4-year old child of Mr. and Mrs Charles Strom, residing at St Paul, died Sunday of what is thought4 to have been a snake bite. Mrs. Strom with her three children have been spending1 the summer in the country near Hastings. Friday, Carl came to his mother and complained oi a pain his left foot. He said that a frog had bitten him. The mother thought it was only a slight matter, but on Saturday morning the boy's foot had become so swollen that a doctor was called He questioned the lad and came to the conclusion that it was a snake which had bitten the boy. There were two little red marks on the foot Avhich looked much like a snake bite. The doctor could do nothing with the case, however, and after a day of in tense suffering little Carl died. A Stabbing Affray. At Glyndou Mike Rider, a clerk in a merchandise store, became mixed up in a quarrel with some hobos, in which he received a stab in the back with a pocket knife...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1896

$ ft'*" N.^, /f*S^i J. P. MATTSOK, Editor and Proprietor. W PKICE, $1.50 PER 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, October 1,1896. Grain and Chaff. CAN the government, by passing a law to that effect, make one bushel of wheat equal in value to one dollar in gold? Every well informed person will answer that question in the neg ative and say the price of wheat, the same as everything else, must be reg ulated by supply and demand in an open market. Now suppose this ques tion be asked: Can the government, by passing a law to that effect, make 37% grains of silver equal in value to one dollar in gold? The free silver coinage advocates will answer in cho rus- "Yes, of course it can." Yet the principle involved in both ques tions is exactly the same, and if the government can do the latter it can certainly do the former. IN the reign of the war...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1896

i i Whitney leads in low prices. L. Loughridge left on a business trip to Michigan on Tuesday. Mrs. Axelson returned home last week from Fruithurst, Alabama. C. A. .Bradley returned home on Monday morning from St. Paul. Mr. 0 P. Oseth, of Big Woods, gave the SHEAF a pleasant call yes terday. Rev. Billing left for Anoka Tues day evening to attend the M. E. conference. Wm. A. Searl, of Dodges Cor ners, "Wis., arrived yesterday morn ing for a visit with relatives and friends here. Gust Hartman, from Excel, is in the city to-day. He reports crops poor in his town, five or six bushels of wheat to the acre. Peter Brown returned home Mon day from southern Minnesota and reports McKinley sentiment strong and constantly gaining. Charles Wentzel is building a new home on the south eighty of his land, which he will occupy now after having platted his north eighty into city lots. The Lyon's House, one of the oldest frame buildings in the city, is now being put upon a brick founda tion and thorou...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1896

IV JfS ,4*' 'I'LL DO WHAT I CAN." I'll do what I "Who takes for his motto ''an," Shall better the woi Id as he goes down life's hill The willing young heart makes the cap able man. And who does what he can, oft can do what he will There strength in the impulse to help things along, And fences undi earned of will come to the aid Of one who, though weak, yet believes he is stiong, And offers himself to the task, un afraid *T11 do what I can" Is a challenge to, fate, Ana fate must succumb when it's put to the test. A heart that is willing to labor and wait In Its tussel with life ever comes out the best I puts the blue imps of depression to route, And makes many difficult problems seem plain, I mounts over obstacles, dissipates doubt, And unravels kinks In life's curious chain "I'll do what I can'" keeps the progress machine In good woiking order as centuries roll, And civilization would perish, I ween, Were not those words written on many a soul They fell the great forests, they furro...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1896

ft r,* ft-?*' &n$ AGRICULTURALHINTS. ^SMOOTH HIGHWAYS Hasten What Wheelmen Are Doing to Their Construction. Joseph Bi&hop sums up his article in the Forum on the "Social and Economic Influence of the Bicycle" iu these words: Putting all other social and economic effects aside, its influence as a missiona ry for scientific road build ing is alone sufficient to entitle it to the lasting gratitude of the American peo- ple." The commendation of this good office of the wheel rests on a sound basis. I is not too much to say that be fore the bicycle came into general use the majority of the country roads were not always adequate even for heavy wagons, and, as a rule, were unsuited to light driving, except at a certain season of the year. I the vicinity of large cities great stretches of highway like the Lancaster pike, near Philadelphia, were sometimes macadamized, but branch roads into the country, or roads beyond a certain radius of miles from the metropolis, were left almost in ...

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