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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1896

pfsi\y'f'V-'z*- /^v^^/r,\ 1% & -&. f^^'-^^T^""-^!^ .Stevens Bros., stationery for clerk of court Stevens Bros., publishing commission-^ era' proceedings -PederJ Holan, cash paid for express and postuge and for cleaning office floor Anton Hill, nine days and mileage meeting board of equalization W. E. Wood, three days and mileage meeting board of equalization Martin Besancon. nine days and mile age meeting board of equalization N. C. Rood, nine days and mileage meeting board of equalization Halfdan Hanson, two days commis sioners' meeting and mileage Anton Hill, two days commissioners' meeting and mileage and one day signing county orders "\V. E. Wood, two days commissioners' meeting and mileage Martin Besancon, two days commis sioners' meeting and mileage N. C. Rood, two days commissioners' meeting and mileage On motion adjourned. Attest: ANTON HILL, P. J. IIOLAN. Cbairmt Clerk. 7.35 57.10 6.00 30.00 9.29 32.20 83.40 12.80 12.00 6.20 11.20 12.40 Theories of euro may he discu...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1896

j^-jsr* -^-^r^r ^^r^^^T' p' B. G. GTLL, PRESIDENT. -^-^'f~s A. 3 fi. ANK F ^^ARREN WARREN. MINN. GILL & LAMBBRSON, 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. Dspositors Sscnred &y a Fire-Prooi Yaalt, Bnrglar-Prool Safe and Yal Time Loci Why do we Sel*Fo BECAUSE The cash system is better for everybody. seI 1 ea BECAUSE W BECAUSE Tli careless buying. O YOU.. Bu OPPOSITE ROBERTSOVS- LUMBER YARD. cheaper for cash than on credit. BECAUSE We can do business without the usual "bad debts" benefit. 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. I is conducive to extravagance anT~to credit? Stop it! Pay cash, be careful in your buying, deal with a reliable cash house, and ge...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1896

'1 ti 12 18 25 19 26 r. &- Ei- i&Heaj avven JOHN A C&OS, Editor and Prop. 'WARREN* MINN. 5 SS9SS3 OCTOBER1896. Sun. Hon. Tue. Wed. Thur. Frl. 13 20 Sat. 8 9 10 17 24 31 14 21 28 15 22 29 23 30 27 ***+++*+++*1r^+*++++f 3 i THE NEWS. Compiled From Late Dispatches^ DOMFSTIC. Hulburt Brothers & Co., sporting goods and bicyc le dealers in New York, failed for $292,000. Whitney, the senior member of the banking firm of Whitney & Son known as the Bank of Atlantic at At lantic, la. made a personal assignment with assets of $520,000 liabilities, $160,- 000. The severest gale ever known in Syracuse, IN. Y., did thousands of dol lars' worth of damage to property. A hurricane in Pennsylvania caused the loss of six lives at Tottsville, two at Beading and two at Shamokin, and the property loss is estimated at over $1,- 000.000. A storm at Alexandria, Va., killed four persons, three chinches were de stroyed and nearly eveiy business block was more or less damaged and hun dreds ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1896

**4fm MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. Killed. A terrible accident occurred Satur day night, about 7:30, near the ruins of elevator A, in Minneapolis. At the hour mentioned Michael Irving, John Irving and Frank Dunsmore were at work on aside track of the Minneapo lis & St.' Louis railroad. The electric lights had not yet been turned on, and in consequence it was quite dark. An M. & St. L. L. switch engine was work ing around the yards, as is usual at that time of night, and had occasion to rundown the track upon which the three men were working. There be ing several tracks in the vicinity it is almost impossible for one to tell in th dark upon which track an engine or train might be, no matter how plainly it might be heard. A cry from one of the injui ed men, as the engine passed the spot, reached the ears of the fire man and engineer, and in an instant the switch engine was stopped and the two men 1 an back to the place whence the cry had came. There a terrible sight met their gaze. M...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1896

"lj^^T*"'tiT*""S^*l,*1" Yt v.-. ^__.. tr ie f, 5, fi$K# J. P. MATTSQN, Editor and Proprietor. PIUCE, $1.50 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, October 8,1896. Grain and Chaff. A LL indications point to the tri umphant election of William McKiu ley by a larger majority than was ever accorded to any president. THE only safe way to get out of debt, and to get on a sale footing of prosperity is to.elect McKinley and invoke the aid of a Protective Tariff. Findlay, Ohio, "Jeffersonian." HE true policy' of the American farmer is plain it is to aid in the res toration of a Protective policy that will throw thousands of wheat acres into cultivation of beets for sugar that will increase the number of ?rti sans, traders, railway employees, and others who will consume Ameri can farm products in America.Chi cago, 111., Inter-Ocean. WITHIN the ...

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

i V1W 1 I) #-l R"teredatthe Pout Office at Warren a Second OlassMailMatter. WHEAT QUOTATIONS. 1 Hard 1 Northern 2 54ets. 53 51 48 Whitne.v leads in low prices. W. Hammond, of Fisher, was in the city last Fi iday. G. N. Morkassel drove over to Grand Forks yesterday afternoon. Rooms above Morkassel's Fruit Store for lent. Inquire of A. Gnndeldud. L. Lamberson and family drove over to Grand Forks yesterday to take in the strent fair. L. Loughridge got back from the east this morning bringing with him two cai loads of horses. Rev. E. Spicer, lately of Litchfield, has been assigned to theactive pastorate of the M. E. church of this city. A delegation from Roseau coun ty to the State Experiment iarm re turned Monday much pleased with their visit. License towed has been issued to John A. Larson and Marthena E. Furaas, both of Stephen, and to Al bert Brabant and. Mary Gonyo, of Argyle. A blaze in A. Johnson's store building called out the fire depart ment on Sunday afternoon, but the fiie w...

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

HT igJlM^H AN AUTUMN SONG. When lovo was yoang and life was gay, Then, sweetheart, I was ydurs alway. The years have sped and youth is dead, -And yet my hearc seems young" to-day And, darling, I am yours for'aye. "When summer days were fair and fine I kissed your lips beneath the shrine Of burnished skies, and in your ey^s Drank deep of love as of .'ipe wine And still to-day that joy is mine. I held your dimpled handT know I wondered why it trembled so I pledged a vow, and then, as now, I heard your answer, sweet and low: "I've lo\ ed you, dear, since long ago." Ah, sweeter are tho?e words to me Than all the songs of minstrelsy: And the refrain brings buck again Departed years in memory. All vocal to that melody! Soon winter will assail the year The snow is in our locks, I-fear. The blooms have gone from cheek and lawn, -As in the autumn shades v.e hear Those summer songs of old, my dear. But wha care we if winter rime Soon will incrust the robes of time Tf snowfakes fall and cold 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. — 8 October 1896

I sn ^T3 7" ft-*'- i I'* I- cT fel I tit** ,+v*tf**-^|^ AGRICULTURALHINTS. DRAINPIPE JOINTS. Valuable Hints xplaiued by Equally Val uable Illustrations. The joints of two drainpipes may be made either on the same \e\el or with one abme the other. The level joint has the advantage that PO loss of fall ensues while the disadvantage is that toads can more readily get in. Jo'n ing on difi'eient levels is more easily done, and is more secure against the entrance of toads but it causes loss of fall. Joining at equal heights mus* not be done bj cutting the larger pipe in the wde rnd sticking the erid of the smaller one in the openiug, as th's reduces the cross-section of the collect- JOINING TWO DRAIN PIPES BY OVERLAPPING or, lessens its capacity, and induces stoppage. Where it is inconvenient or too expensive to get proper T-pieces, the joint can be made by roofing til*^ or their equivalent, or pieces of drain pipe, and cement. The end of the feed er must be brought up to a jomt be tween ...

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

.f^^^J^Kf^^iW^'W^ 'Jk-Z A i-v* te'X LFirst publication October 8.1830.] Notice. S. LAND OFFICE, Crookston Minn Sept. 25.1896. Complaint having been entered nt this office By Aanneu E. Abusland against Onimuud.feuseu rostved for nbundoning his Homestead Entry 3o. 14701. (luted Feb. 13, 1MU, upon the ^outh wt quarter ot se lion \i. towush 138. N., Thknge 4ti \V., in Mai shall county, Minnesota, 'wth a view to the rniK-ellation of said entry the aaia parties aie hereby Mimmoned to appear at *&*o.ince on the 24th day of November. 1S9 I. at a 'rioek A. M.. to respond andturnif.li testimony (nuemiiug said alleged abandonment Test JMiony will be taken oeVore the Judge of Probite rfMarshal county, Minn., at Warren, M.mi., 'itogiuing November 17, IV.tti. at 10 a. m. T. A. DCNLAVA, Itegister. FARMERS, LOOK HERE In order to give Farmers a chance to get cheap Feed, we will for a short time sell bran and shorts at the fol lowing low prices: Bran $6.ooperton. Shorts $7.00 We will pay the high...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1896

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Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1896

M\^ JStotaf. WARREN MINNESOTA Thursday, Oct. &, 1S9G. SUPPLEMENT. A FITTING TRIBUTE. THE ST. PAUL GLOBE'S GRACEFUL COMPLIMENT TO GOV. CLOUGH. The Paper Which, as the Organ of Democracy, Opposed Governor dough's Election, Pays That Gen tleman a High and Unusual Com- plimentA Deserving Tribute to a Man Who Has Won His Way By His Own Personal Exertions and Sterling Merit. Under te caption of "A Self-Made Man in a Hih Place," the St. Paul Globe of May 12, 1S95, paid a high and unusual tribute to a man who has been elected to a position which he held at the time the article was pub lished, in spite ot the most stringent opposition ot tne paper publishing the article. It Mas the occasion of the new management ot the paper assum ing control, and in that issue it was at tempted to show, as much as possible \vithm the compass of one issue of the paper, the chaiactcr of the state, her resources and her government, and much that Mould bo of interest to the people outside of the state. The ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1896

fism^p A^^^m^f^fs^m SUPPLEMENT TO TIJE Warren Sheaf. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1896. Whenever Danger Threatened the Country They Have Rallied to Its Support. HARD TIMES AND THE CAUSE. Employment of Labor in Mechanical Industries and Not Debased Money is Needed. Whenever danger threatened our insti tution the farmer has always rallied to the suppoit of his country. There is good reason in this, in the fact that he ow us the broad acres of our territory and as so identified with our institutions that piotect hiin in this ownership that his in terest is necessarily of a character to make him the safe conservator of our srovernment's perpetuity, prosperity and honor. have to bear. There is a method by which this may be accomplished, a reme dy that it not only practical but per manent and far reaching in its effects. There is a well established'principle in political economy often referred to by writers that "the greatest creator of wealth is the greatest possible division of labor." Previous...

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

??**93Q$ the to pici.ctT i^fel^.k, if jtfflf Fjra Mr K.S I I1 SILVER COUNTRY Condition of the Laborer and Business in a Land Where 1 Free Coinage Exists. WHAT THE MEXICANS SAY. A Representative of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat Tells What He Saw. Since the fioc-sihei people began to point to Mexico as au ideal countij WIHH the tiee coinage ot had mnli \crjone happ-*, on a vastly greates scal the United States goes to a silver stand aid and Great Butaiu and the European nations continue the gold standard. I know what this thing ot two standards means between Mexico and the States. and I don't want to see it in our trade with Great Butain and Europe." A Doll.ti 's Worth of Labor. A dollar v\oith 50 cents commands the same labor Mexico now that a dollar woith a dollai did ten or twenty years ago. Right theie is the cornerstone on which prospenty in this silver country is building That is what makes it now profitable to oi mines with ores worth $7 and $8, Mexican money, a ton. That condit...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1896

BECAUSE 3tf 4. j^- BXHKOFW^^ WARREN, MINN, GILL & LAMBEB.SON, A General Banking Business Transacted. Insur ce, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. __1^^^^ Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. ,^f^-^ Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Depositors Secured by a Fire-Prool Vault, Bnrglar-Prooi Safe and Yale Time Why do we S^ Fo BECAUSE The cash system is better for everybody. se ca BECAUSE ca benefit. careless buying. OPPOSITE ROBERTSOTTS- LUMBER YARD. cheaper for cash than on credit. worth. I is conducive to extravagance and to O YOU.. Buy on 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 tell you the right prices to pay for good honest merchandisewe don't handle the trashy kind,you will find it interesting. "W.A.IEBSeiEILT. 3D Yours for Economy, G. C. WINCHESTER, %SSS.N^"V.Vi!&^,& ^i# Practical Tinsmith Hardware ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1896

*K mm W 4-, ft' JOHN P. MATTSOJ*, Editor and Prop WARREN, MINN. THE NEWS. Compiled From Late Dispatches. DOMESTIC. Postmaster-General Wilson issued an order prohibiting such notices as "Please send out" or "Please post up" being written on the wrappers of third class mail matter. Such notices will i subject the matter to first-clnss rates. The words "Pers- .uil" or "To be called for" are deemed part of the address and are permissible. The First national bank of Meant Pleasant, Mich., closed its doors with liabilities of $(57,000. A fire in the office of the Free Press in Detroit did damage to the extent of $00,000, and the Uabbin typo foundry and the Cliff & Higgms book bindery suffered a loss ot $30,000. The forest fires that threatened Nes toria, Humboldt and other towns in the northern peninsula of Michigau have been quenched by ram. The ore bouse of the May Jleile mine at ictor. Col., was robbed of 05 sacks of ore valued at $05,000. The official journal of the Knights of Lab...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1896

I ,Jw" 3 ^1 1 Sfes&.f** A BLUE RIME PMFAD1SE: What May Seen and Heard in Quiet Hepsidam. A Spot Where Every Prospect Pleases and Not Even Man Is VileNa ture's Core for Disordered Digestion. i [Special Washington Letter.] In the Blue Ridge mountains, where all sorts of mineral springs abound, there 1B a summer resort which Fred Mussey called the mountain of Hepbi dani. Jnst about a generation ago there was a celebrated elocutionist who de livered a humorous mock sermon about the mountains of Hepsidam, and that is the genesis of the name of this moun tain resort. It is also called Comfort lie treat, but by neither name can you dis cern it on the map. It is not far from Harper's Ferry and Is about 2,000 feet above the level of the sea. Hepsidam is different fiom the city in one important particular, and that is that up in the mountains the hens lay fresh eggs. Then, again, judg ing from the cream standing upon the pans and jars, it is safe to say that the cows give fresh milk up in...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1896

It J/ ft 4% it* 4. P. MATTSON, Eftitor and Proprietor. ftia, gone, too. TfiK YEAR ADVANCE. Oldest, newsiest and most widely cir culated paper In marshal! County. Publishes all official proceed ings of the County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, October 15,1896. Grain and Chaff. IF free and unlimited coinage will raise the price of silver to $1.29 an ounce then it is plain that the silver miners will profit. If it does not raise the price to $1 29 an ounce, then gold Mill go to a premium and the fellows who have the gold will make a profit. In either case will the rich be benefited, but in neither case will the farmer, who has neither silver nor gold, reeeh any benefit. THE populist party is now really a thing of the past. It has been swal lowed up by the democrats, that is, as many of the party as willlet them selves be swallow edbut all do not. Populists by the thousands and hun dreds of thousands are coming back to the Republican fold and will vote Jor Win, McKinley...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1896

sfe II if If Kntered&tthe PotftOtficeat Warrenatuud Class Mai lMatter. GteaniRgsST.Home Field WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern? 2 3 56 cts. 55 53 50 Beautiful fall weather. Whitney leads ID low prices. Beware of setting prarie fire*. C. S. Halsa went to Mcintosh last Friday. Dan Mascall left for his home in Illinois hist Saturday. Erick Olson, of Foldahl, gave the SHEAF a pleasant call to-day. Kuute Baardson left for Minne apolis last week to attend school. Bessie Gordon and Lilly Fran son visited friends in Stephen on Saturday. A. D. Ralston has moved his barber shop into cozy quarters Berget's new building. Remember the Harvest Home Concert at the Presbyterian church, Friday evening Oct. 16. Miss Johannah McLeod, visited her brother, who is principal of the Stephen schools, on Saturday. Mr Gunderson, of Cooperstown, N. and his wife, a sister of Mrs Hilleboe, has been here on a visit. Senator Peffer, of Kansas, will address a democratic rally at the Opera House on Mondav...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1896

iU A STOBY OF LO. HIS is a story of Lo, the poor In dian, and is also n exemplification of the wickedness and emptiness of greed. It was not Alto gether Hill's fault, perhaps. In mik ing the mud pVs which were meant for mankind the Creator in the begin ning used nn especial kind of gumby clay for Indian traders, and hen the generic batch was baked it wns found that the palms of the hands were still moist, and whatever came in contact therewith stuck fast. Hill, therefore, being an Indian trader, was not a man of undemonstrative integrity or acute conscience. Empowered so to do by "watpomminy," which is the govern ment of the United States, he followed out the ancient custom of this kind, and bought the goods of the Indians for one-tenth their value and paid for them in material from his store at ten times its cost. It was the regular thing. There was no singularity or adventure about it. His life wa&siinpJy a monot onous rut of robbery. i "'M One day Hollow Horn"" Antelope came ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1896

I 8*- AGRICtJLTORALftWtS. DOLL ARGUMENT. st*4ei Exeellent Objectlesao on the Profit of Good Boada. Conditions such as recently existed in a small town in New Jersey, 12 miles from Philadelphia, form a fitting ob ject-lesson of the profit of good roads. In consequence of the bad roads the wagon makers thereabout constructed four-horse vehicles to carry 55 bushel baskets as a maximum load, which was regarded as heavy hauling. Eeal es tate had gone a-begging for years there was no possible market for it. It had been impossible to settle up estates because no purchaser could be found for the land. But a few years ago the people of the community woke up. The town issued $40,000 worth of bonds and applied the proceeds to bet ter roadways. As a result New Jersey vt agon makers of the vicinity of Phila delphia are making two-horse vehicles THE MUD IN THE ROAD IS THE HEAVIEST LOAD to carry, not 55 bushel baskets, but loads made up from 90 to 125 bushel baskets, and still the loads are not re...

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