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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 October 1890

mm **&- I $ A. B. NELSON, Clerk of District Court, ALL KINDS Ot Land Office Business Transact** wltU Neatness aatf Dispatch* SIX YEARS EXPERIEICB. Metis Court Htuse, WABBBS. warn Loeal noticesfivecents line. To insurcin tertion must be handed in by Wetlnesdajnoon Enteredutthe I'oatOtlice at WarrenasSecond Class Mail Matter. GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. From st.l'aul. 7 40 pin To St. Paul. 0 55 tt I S 20 7 00 510 l:iO St. Paul 8 16 Minneapolis Orookston WAKKKN St. Vincent 7 15 a in 8 55 121.1 Dl NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TIME SCHEDULE. Lv. S.50 in Orookston Ar. 9.40 a 7.14 Kortile 8.22 am U.00 Winnipeg Junction ts.35 a in Ar. 7.05ftm St. I'tuil 8.00 111 OHUIICHEIT MRTHODIS T. Servicesevery Sabbath. Morn nu .Service at 10:30 a. in. Sabbath School at close of iiiomiiiK service. Evening service 8:0bp.m. Prayer and Class Meeting every Thursday evening. S.'A.KAUFFMAN, Pastor. I'REsnYTEMAN. Services every Sabbath morn lug at 10:80, Sunday school at close of morning service. Prayer meet...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 October 1890

W* (BBSSHlWJ^'II^,- i, Wn\*ii... -rT"'"- fii' riiiii|yi^MiiiaaWpwMai i *rf 7 Jn ,S-WH ,3.-.,, J. J? MATTSON, Fditor and Publisher WARREN, MAIUIIAU. COUNTY, MINN. ClTA'tl.RS CoVKXBK TENNANT, a brother-in-law of Henry M. Stanley, said, in the course of a conversation at St. Louis Monday, that the explorer would not visit America until April next CLAHKNCK IJ. RAXDI.KT T, who, by the death of Mr. Thompson, becomes Sec retary of State of New Hampshire, is probably the youngest man who ever filled such olflco. He is but twenty-four years old. MIL UOTTSCHAUV, of Ne York, owns the only genuine and perfect holy shek el in the world. Th interesting relic is about three thousand four hundred years old and was used in King Solo mon's Temple. NoTAvrrasTANJHNO the statement that whales are becoming extinct, advices from Point Harrow, Alaska, say that neither natives or white men notice any diminution in the number that pass that place each spring. SixcK 1S5T England's small wars, viz.: China, the...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 October 1890

i 5f I I 1 i J*V"'i!SWJ 'Ws. E V3*$2.'v-\ it $ J. TWO BABY FEET. Only two baby feet, so pink and fair So small I bold them both within my hand, And bending low, I kiss them tenderly, With thoughts which none but mothers un derstand. I note each line of dainty baby jTaoe, Which those dear feet unconsciously possess, Dear dimpled feet! how long or short away You hive to journey who can tell or guess? Dear little feet,- that lio yet.all unstained By contact with a world, by sin dotlKd :v My mother-heart prays God most fervently That she will guida thaso restless feet, my child. And bending o'er thy poacef ul couch, I ask Unanswered questions of thy future days I long to know if thsse dear feet will tread (Upward or down, through rough or pleasant ways. I can not toll it is mAniine to know What God, in wisdoi^v for my child hath planned, And it is best, dear one, thai, it is so, For human reason might not understand. But He who guides the timid sparrow's flight When it has fluttered fro...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 October 1890

fcTC A i 1*7- ri WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL. PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, October 1C 1890. H. O. HANSON. H. O. Hanson, the Republican nom inot'Vor senator from the 52d senn torial district/,, comprising Mnmhnll nml Kittson counties, was born in Dane county, Wisconsin, Jan. 16th, 185:5. His parents resided in Dane county till he was four years of nr when they removed to ltaffnlo coun ty in the .same state. Mr. Hanson's parents were well to dofarmerpeople who believed thoroughly in the American idea of education and therefore gnve their son as good a traininp the excellent common schools of Wisconsin would permit. At twenty-two years of ape Mr.Han son removed to Grant Co., Minn., where he took up government land, upon which he resided several years. li will thus be seen that Mr. Hanson is well fitted by his education and ex perience In pioneer life to represent this new district in the Red River Valley, air. Hanson has travelled extensively in the no...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 October 1890

li- ft A. B. NELSON, Clerk of District Court, ALL KINDS O Land Office Business Transacted wltfc fYeaineM m** Dlspatck, SIX TEARS EXPERIENCE. Oflkt la Court House, WABRES. Local notices Ave cents aline. To Insuroin 9ftrtion must be handed in by Wednesdaynoon Entered at the Post Office at Warren asSecond Class Mail Matter. ,li,',iflHi- ^fcw.VI," GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. From St.Paul. 7 40 8 10 7 15 a 8 55 12 15 oi St. Paul Minneapolis Crookstoa WARREN St. Vincent NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TIME SCHEDULE. IiV. 5.50 7.14 J.OO Ar. 7.03 a ui Crookaton Ar. 9.40 a Fertile 8.22 a in Winnipeg Junction 6.35 a St. Paul 8.00 CHURCHES. METHODIST. ServiceseverySabbath.Morn ng Service at 10:30 a. in. Sabbath School at close of morning service, ({veiling servico 8.00p.m. Prayer and Class Meeting every Thursday evening. S.'/. KAUPFMAN, Pa9tor. PRESBYTERIAN. Services every Sabbath morn Int? at 10:30, Sunday school at close ot morning swviee. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. J. MCAKTHOB...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 October 1890

J*- A iJfrSS. "Unsr Weasaja JH4j#i.J!Jl ""J li* Wamtr fttaf. J. P. MATTSON, Fclilor and Publisher "WARrJEN, MARSHALL COUSTT, MINS. SIX TY voyages around Cape Horn is the remarkable record of Captain Holmes, of Jlystic, Conn. HENKY WAKRKN, newsbo on the New Haven & Derby railroad, was 52 years old the other day. For twenty-five years be has nevor missed a day when the trains ran. JAMKS JKPFIUKS, of Russel County, Ky., has nineteen children, including seven pairs of twins. also has ten brothers married, and the eleven fami lies have thirty-seven pairs of twins. IT is said that evidence has been dis covered in Cincinnati going to show that Elwood West, of Lexington, Ky., invented and put in operation a steam boat in 1707, six years prior to that of Fulton. THE production of seamless hose in the United States is estimated to be fully one hundred thousand pairs daily. That is equal to five pairs per annum for every man, woman, and child in the country. MOTHKR BENNE TT lives near Gree...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 October 1890

w*pim" V' &m !ried U** &jt 'i*W THE OLD MAN SINGS. 'There's a wobble In the jingle and a stumble In the meter, And the accent might be clearer and the volume be completer, And there might be much improvement in the stress and intonation, And a polish might be added to the crude pro nunciation But there's music, like the harper played before the ancient kiug3 When the old man takes the fiddle and goes feeling for the strings There is laughter choUed with tear-drops When the old man sings. And we form a ring about him, and we plaoo him in the middle, And he hugs up to his withered cheek the poor, old broken fiddle, And a smile comes on his features as he hears the strings' vibnVtitfft, And he sings the songs of long ago with falter ing intonation And phantoms from the distant past his broken music brings, And trooping from their dusty graves Come long-forgotten things, Whe he tunes the ancient fiddle and the old man Sings, TVe let the broken man play on upon the broken fiddle,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 October 1890

*\f S^^A, fib, mmm WARREN SHtAF, J. P. MAffSON, Editot* and Proprietor. OFlWtAL PArER OP THE COTJNTl. Thursday, (Motor 23,1890. TOUNTY POLITIC. few Tlio rounty wn campaign just MHMI wnAim pxciting OIKS ami ttb-Register soi bed I ho attention of our people to such an extent that some may'not linve Itwn nwuw inat a warmly con- tost^.* political campaign has been aoma on the state tor months. A new set of state and eminty officers are to be elected this fall, and thta* aad in some localities fortr paities have placed their NVkots in the field lor .ipprn\nl oVrejection. TheSiiEAP Ju o dsire whatever to dictate to the people of this county who tliov should and who they should not seSecond lect as their seivanH for the next two years in the different county of fices, but \\p will ask that the people of Marshall county consider well things before they cast their bal- lots at the coming election In this countj there are, as all know, three in Let* ui the field: Ihe Republican, the Democrati...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 October 1890

jjfi. ,V^ j, visr jCV s*""*! 1 3cs*fta r*r fe.'Hs A. B. NELSON, Clerk of District Court, AM, KINDS OF JbanA Office Business Transact** with reataM mm* Dtapaicfc, SII TEARS EZPBRIEMCB. OflkvlftCourt H4M, WABBB% mm Local notices five cent9 ft line. Instirtln section mu st be hand ed in by Wednesdaynoon Entered attho PostOlllceut Warr en asSecond (Mass Mail Matter. GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. iVom St. Panl. 7 40 in Lv. 5.50 ui Crookston Ar. 9.40 a in 7.\4 'rtlt s.aa am 9.00 Winnipeg Junction tt.So a Ar. 7.05 a in St. Paul 8.00 CHURCHES METHODIST. SerrlceseverySabbntn .Morn .Service at 10:30 a. m.Sabbat Sebntfl at close of morning service, ttveulntf servi ce 8:00 p. Pr.wer and Class Meeting every Thur^oy erening. S. KAUFFMA N, Pastor. I PaKditYTKatAN. Services overy Sabba th morn I lug at 10 :0 Snndoy school at close of morning norvico. Prayer meeting Thursday evening atS o'clock. MCARTHU R, Pastor. SwKinsn liiTTUERAN, Servic es even Sun" day .\t 7:30p in Wednesday p.m. N. STUBE, ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 October 1890

%4 i if J. P. MATTSON, Fdiior andPuMisher WARREN, iLmnj^u, C'OVMT, MINN. A N association of Philadelphia house wives will abolish kitchens in their homes and start a co-operative central cookinar-houso. WITH IN the last nine months 7,667 miles of railway have been consolidated with other companies and have ceased to represent the companies which had previously controlled them. THE Treasury Department can take no action providing for new designs in our gold and silver currency until noxt spring. Th necessary bill has become a law, but tho officials having this mat ter in charge can not now find time to consider new models and designs. A GERM AN of Boston, well-known at the South ond, recently took a trip to the fatherland. There bo died. While livin.q- he turned the scale at throe hun dred and fifty pounds. Hi body was cromatod and the remains, weighing six ounces, wero inclosed in an envelope and sent to his family in Boston by mail. TnK fourteenth annual report on the administratio...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 October 1890

4S ^jm*!* W m\e Whmnjfhnt. J. P. MATTSON, Fdilor nnd Publisher. W^EHKN, JlAKH.ALL COTJ.NTV, MINN.,, ON THE EVE OF SLEEP. What Is softer than two snowflakes meeting In a windless fall of snow? What Is lighter than a down-ball sinking On a still stream's polished flow? Smoother than the liquid circle spreading From the swallow's touch-and-go? Oh, softer, lighter, smoother, is the first ap proach of Sleep! (Yet guard us in that moment, lest thy boon we may not keepl) What is stiller than two blossoms kissing Charily with petal-tips? Sweeter than the dewdrop that their kissing Doth unsphoreand down it slips? What is dimmer than the night-moth groping For the lily's nectared lips? Oh, stiller, swocter, dimmer, is thefirstapgether proach of Sleep! Ye guard us in that moment, lest thy boon we may not keep!) What is subtler than the clues that tighten Round the dancing midge's wings? Shyer than the bird its nnst concealing As aloof it Hits and sings? Closer than the poppy-leaMined chamber W...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 October 1890

-mmiwmmjt nf4Wiiiaymii mr '^UjM" WARREN SHHAR J.P. MATTSOX, Editor and Proprietor. i OFFICIAL. PAPER O HKE 0otJNT\ Thursday, October 80,1890. HANS A.Larson has proved himself, to bo a most excellent official. Be suie that his name is cm the ticket ior the- office of Rosier of Deeds. THE votvis will make no mistake eixjtini Samuel Cooke county at torney on Tuesday **e*i He is a good lawyer, varehil, truthful and lehablea ^vntlcmnn in the tiue ii^se of the 01 1 WHOM do want to represent tlinat state of Minnesota in the 1 S striate, the grand, eloquent Mhol.jraml statesman Cushman 3^ i\^, oi tie darender of thieves and imndeuis, the rnminai lawyer Bill Emm* JT O Hanson is pledged to hiippoi Mr. Davis Bill Erw in is the Alliance inrndidate for IT. S senator. THE McKmley bill admits free of dnt^ goods and products of foreign countries which last year weie im poi ted 1 the alneo. $365,000,000 It wiped out the taiiff on sugar, hieh amounts to about $56,000,000 annually, and theiebj cheapen...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 October 1890

I'"'-:. J S -:A Letter Sent Out by theAo Second District Con gressman. Brief Statement of the Work in Which He Has Assisted. Reasons Given for His Vote on the McKinley Bill. People Will EnjoyGreater Prosperity Under the Law. Congressman John Lind iB sending out the following circular letter to the voters in the Second congressional district: NEW ULM, Minn.. Oct 25.Dear Sir: The time is drawing near for the election of a mem ber of congress for our district. Owing to the length of the session, I -will have but a few days for the campaign. I should have been glad to be able to see yon and all of my constituents personally, to reader an account of my steward ship, but duty and the interests of the district demanded that 1 should remain at my post until congrers aljourned 1 have done so. My op ponent* have inado a thorough canvass I can not. Hence I write to call your attention to some of the work that I have assisted in doing. The first and most important is the silver bill. No measure...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 October 1890

haOni eeded in utterly extinguishing it and quelohing it, and in the midst of it, in the ery midst of this struggle, we did what cerer perhaps could have been accomplished but for the war, wc made it an end to human slavery, we abolished it forever. (.Great ap Slause.] }nends, But, more than that, my friends, lero were othor great things accomplished during that war that few of us can think of now, because they were all of less moment than the abolition of slavery. But in the midst of that war we acquired what we had never had before, A SOUND FATXB CURBSNCT. The war gave us the greenback dollar, and you know we had nothing like it before the war. [Great applause, In addition to tha friends, the war gave us a sound, gootdmyfiscal policy under our tariff iw. We laid heavy tariff under the stress of our war necessities, but under that very tariff this country grew and prospered as it has never prosperer before or since, And after the war was over, and the problem of reconstruction 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. — 30 October 1890

REGISTER TODAY. Both Committees Ar a Doing Everything: to Help the Voter. The Arrangements Made for Today and Current Political Notes. The Republican state central committee has made the following auuouncoment of addresses: Oct. 88 G. Evaas Slayton E. Clapp Rochester C. K. Davis and W. B. Merriam St Peter G. GJsrfe-en Morton 1). W. Bruckhart M'uaca W. H.Eut.ti Watwslm J. M. Burhn*ani Sumner Ball L. Smith .Stephens O. C. Pctorxou Grove City (5. J. Abhott Morritwi Dr. Salinger Steele county h. F. Bar#o LeSuenr Center JohuLiud Sherburo J. E Ob*r Stark pobtolfice W. A. Funk Grand Meadow W.M. Pittman Murdock S. A. Anderson Edjrerton Charles A. Towns Red Wins D. Reese fcronienac O^car Lonecren Marshall county J. F. LinilbUm Kittson county Ira P. Shiesler Zumbro Falls J.M.Reese Olivia N. B. Ferjjnon Lyon county F.Q.luxonoU ViUard T. K. Byrnes okato F. B. Hart Cokato C. 11. HoWHid Santiago M.J Diwlmg lVnnmon ih.oretto Moouo SLierburn V.Mohn Polk Ct.nnty H. A. Castle Sat-tiago T. Trusseil La...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 October 1890

S E Will He Soon Occupy His Pala tial Residence in the Old Dominion? Copy of the Deed and a Full Descrip- tion of His Virginia Property. WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.[Special Corre Bpoudence.]While at Hanover, Va., about 18 miles from Richmond, a few days since, waiting for a northern bound train, with my BpeciaLartist, who had been traveling with roe for the purpose of photographing differ ent objects of interest, it occurred to me that I would visit the old Winston place, situate about a mile from the station, and obtain a few views of the same. During the War of the Rebellion the grounds around this locality were traversed by both armies, and at one time the lamented Gen. Logan had his headquarters in the spacious front yard of the Winston homestead. Coining within sight of the old grounds I was somewhat nonplussed to find that on the spot where I expected to find the com fortable farm house as it appeared in those troublesome days, stood a palatial structure whose proportions, finishings...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 November 1890

&!*.'' Xiopalnotico^nvcpentsaliiip To insurdn seition must he luuulrdIn by Wednesdaynoon Entereantthel'ostOmcOiitWarrenasSccond Class Mail Matter. GREAT NORTHERN RY. 1IME SCHEDULE. Trom M.runl -Id 7 15 fi ni To St.Paul. 0 in ('JO 7 00 r. io 1 St Paul Miniieapnhx Tpookstou WAR ItEN* St. Yiiu-ont 12 in HI NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TIME SCHEDULE. ]v n.r pill Oookston Ar. 9 40 a in 7 in Fertile .2 a tut i Winnipeg Jnni'tion tl 35 a Ar. 7.0.i a St. Caul 8 00 OHUKCHES. MKTIIODIST. ServlceseverySabbatli.Mom HiiSor\ic at 10:30 a. m. Sabbath School at olii of morning service. Kwiimir beruce s-oop. in. l'ia\tr aiul Class Mt*ellnK every Thursday ?TVIHII{.'. S KAIIKK\I\N, Pastor. PIIFIII\TURIIN Service"* every Salibnth morn lute nl lu JII, Similar school at done ot morning wvvicc Pra.wr iiiet-iing Thnmdny exeninp at 8 o'clock MC.VHTHLR. Pastor Swnnnn I.TTHEISAX, Services even Sun Jay at 7-1)0 in. Wednesday S p.m. X. J. STTHK, Pastor. H\VKIH Mis^io.v. Sen ices every Sunday nt lO:.*o A. W. unil at...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 November 1890

f S, iy fie/ W 5* K2 If St I k- J. P. MATTSON, Ftlitor and Publisher. WARRES, MARSHALL COUNTY, MINN. A JKWISII boy in Russia whp stole a peat was brutally punished. The word "thief" was branded on his forehead in three places. -M HosftA BIMWN, of Linn County, Ore., aged one hundred and two years, and a veteran of. 1812, has just been awarded a pension of forty dollars a month. "OLD SACUAMENTO," the cannon taken across the plains by General Fre mont in his first expedition, is an ob ject of interest at- the Kansas State capitol.. Miss EMMA S. THAPPEK made an in vestigation ?.nd found that out of fifty New York'hotels visited in eighteen of them female servants were required to sleep in rooms under the ground. I one hotol the ceiling of the sleeping room was four feet below the sidewalk. AVSKNTEXCE in Massachusetts in 1663, discovered in a search of old records: Robert Coles fined 10 for "abusing himself shamefully with drink," and en joined to stand with "A Drunkard" in groat letters...

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 November 1890

u-' _|i fe Warmi Stoat J. MATTSON^yiror'nnd Publisher WARREN, MAiigii.vn. COUNT Y, MINN. A LITTLE WOMAN. Pw'h'aps you never knew her. Sh Was only known to those who love her iSuai still revere her memory Pure as the stars that shine above her. God's strange providence bereft OI father, mother, sisters, brothers, And homeless, friendless, joyless left, She freely gave hor life for others. ill grief she bad, we could not tell W dared not ask, we never knew it Her heart was like a hidden well Deep, sealed, and only God saw through it. On errands sweet with mercy, swift She moved, her face of joy the token Her willing hands the weight would lift From many a heart despairing, broken. In weal and woe, in calm and storm, Smiling, she trod the path of duty Not beautiful in face or form, POT in her life was all the beauty! Did any weep, she wept with thorn Did any fall, she comfort gave thenU And when the whole world would condemn She stretched her *omutfs hand to save them. And many a sweet...

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 November 1890

I 1 10..' A WARREN SHiiAF. 1. P. ATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPKU OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, Novoinlo G, 1800. Hurrah for Meiiiam! Tht latest re|)ortK say lie elected THE ALLIAM CAME YERY MAI JIVING US A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR. THR REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET Ii PROBABLY SAFE WITH THE EXCEPTION OF McGUlRfi. A lfrtmlitic an Waterloo! Democratic Gains in Many States. Democrats will Control the next House of Representatives. Wood and Wagoner are elected to tnc legislature over Hanson and Peterson. Tiie Republican County ticket is doom el Holm isft6only man .who pulls through. Malberg and Halverson, Alliance candi dates, after helping in the others fail outside the breast-works. Warren Keeps the county-seat and 01e fills the offices. Ar T!u iullowmo- leginlnrive mid conn 1v t'u-Uot is olperrd "i-egislntive. Tor Senator.V.'nd Distiiit L. 0. WOOD. For RepresentativeMad District 1\ \Y. WAOONKK. Comity Ticket. 1'or Toinitv Auditor U. (JLAVIX. Vol- County Treasurer PETER II. HOLM. For li...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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