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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 November 1890

it W f.oca'notlfp-invo cents aline insurf4n sortinu miistbehiiutltMlin byWednesdaynoon Entuti'duttbe Post oiiu-eat WarrenusSecond Class MailMattor. GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. Worn ^t.l'aul 7 In in in 7 11 lit .i in) ToHt-.Pnul. .V jn O'JO 7 0 r. in ui St Pnnl Minnpftpo'i* frooksi-au uinv.s St. Vmreiit 12 l.* ji in NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TiME SCHEDULE i.v. r.r 7 11 in '.i i .n in Ar 7.li."i IU Ci'iiakitnn. Ar. 40 ft Kortilo 8.2i* pep: .1 unction r. 3."i am St. Paul S 00 i in CHUUCHKS. MKTHODIST. ServloeseverySabbjitli.Morn n!i ier, K-c at io.no a. in. Sabbath School at olw inirniii sor\ too. 1'Lsi'nuiir servn'c S 00 p.m. PI:I\T :uiiri.is Mtotinir every Tliursc(a\ er'luiiK. S. 1V\DKK\I\ N, Pnstor. rsitYi'FiiivN. Si-rvlforteviM-ySnlibnth morn liuriu in :i. SinubtT xebool nc iloo inoruliiK Pr.iM-i- lnrt'tiim Tlini-silnv ONOIIID^ nt S .1. Mr VUTiii it, P.iator oVItx SwFmsn 1-rruEitAX, Services evrn Sim .lay.it 7\iO in. Wednesday S N. STUHE, Pastor. SIVKMISH MISSIO.Service eve rayy S...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 November 1890

[fa. r~" i- THE ELECTIONS Latest Returns from Tuesday's Battle of tha Ballots. Reports Showing How the Different State* of the Union Voted on State Officers and Mem bers of Congress. ILLINOIS. SPRINGFIRLI 111., Nov. ft.The full vote of Illinois, official, unofficial and estimated, indicates the election of Aroberg, Rep., for State Treasurer, by a plurality of about 10,000 over Wilson, Dem. Edwards. Rep., for Superinten dent of Publie Instruction, has a plu rality of 8,000 over Raab, Dem. Tbe following are the Congressmen elect from the State: First district, Aimer Taylor, Rep. Second, Lawrence P. McGann, Dem. Third, Allen E. Durborow, Dem. Fourth, Walter C. Newberry, Dem. Fifth, Albert J. Hopkins, Rep. Sixth, Robert F. Hitt, Rep. Sjventh, Thomas J. Henderson, Rep. Eighth, Charles A. Hl.l, Rp. Ninth, H. W. Snow, Dem. Tenth, Philip S. Post, Rep. Eleventh, Benjamin T. Cable, mr. Twelfth, Scott Wike, Dem. Thirteenth, William M. Springer, Dem. Four teenth, Owen Scott, Dem. Fifteonth, 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. — 13 November 1890

hc Wartm heal J. P. MATTSON, FUitor and Publisher. ^WAHF-EH, MAUMIALI- COUSTT, MINM. A PARABLE OF TH E GATES. "How shall man surely save his soul?" "Twas sunset by the Jordan- Gatos Of light were closing, and the whole Vast heaven hung darkened as the fates. **How shall man surely save his soul?*' ho said, As fell the kingly day, discrowned and dead. Then Christ said: Hear this Parable: Two men set forth to journey fast And reached a place ore darkness fell And closed the gates ere they had passed. Two worthy men, each free alike of sin, But one dtd seek most sure to enter in. And so when in their path did lay A cripple with a broken staff. This one did pass straight on his way, White one did stoop and give the halt His strength, and all his bread did nobly share Till they at sunset saw their city fair. Then he who would make sure ran fast To reach the golvlen sunset gate, Where captains and proud chariots passod, But lo! this proud man came too late! The gate was closed, and all ni...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 November 1890

s rt fW nf~* */tf^ip i. 5r WARREN SHKAR 4. P. MATTSON, Editor aml Proprietor. OPFKIIL PVPKR OP rttfcCouNT\. Thursday, \o\(Mnb.M 1:J,1800, Kuril li,il\oisoii is elected to (.OIVM.'SS IIDIII HII^ rlfetiict Vm stoi .k'lPit intgvetml \\y ninnv HI PHMMVI PI S iMeriln.v moni iiio $ns Ihc (tt.i ii^uifs lor the thieiM.-indid itos i o\oror as fol lows MIMII.IIII sT.^.lfi, Wilson, S J7.~) ()PII r7,.W This lea-\e% Voi 1 in ins jliiinl)i\ 1,020 The J) ll.lllieol till (Mlltlx .in stnto ti 't is MM, im!\ dot toil with tho excep tion nt \f Uuno who is dotontori h\ BUM in urn LinU tho onl\ lepuhh- ^.in i Diiqiossnwin olntori horn the Ml a I Tlo iolloumo is the vote in gi\on in i omit ioi oHioois not table I 1 11,1 TF \NT t.O\ FRNOR. Gxl on S T\ 1 It iii ft, E p,ii,i HIIU.II. Vn ii 1* Itiown, i sonl)oi, Lmdholm, HIS,1-' HIIMM\ 1 KSTATr Vetoi (Juno, \riolpli Hit in mn, Oh kion I OR si VTF rK\srnt lisopl Uoblotoi, Tmk MatliHoti, ulos Pootp ?v II Fvost, I OK vTTORNLA OENEEVL ^fo^'s n.ipp, Hobei I i\ lo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 November 1890

I II i I ii^nm i"+mm Entered at the Post Otlice at VVarreuasSecond (Mass Mail Matter. GREAT NORTHERN RY.TIME SCHEDULE. From St.Paul. 7 40 in NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TiME SCHEDULE. I.v. 5.50 Crookston Ar. 9.40 am 7.14 Fertile 8.22 a in tt.00 Winnipeg Junction 6.35 a in Ar. 7.05 a St. Paul S.00 CHURCHES. MRTROOIST. Servioesevery Sabbath.Moro ni? Service at 10:30 a. m. Sabbath School at close of morning service. Evening service 8:00p.m. Prayer and Class Meeting every Thursday erening. S.'/.. KAUFFMAN, Pastor. PRKSBTTEBIAN. Services every Sabbath morn lag at 10:30, Sunda.r school at dose of moriiiuK scrvieo. Prayor meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. J. MCARTHUII, Pastor SWEDISH LITTHKRAX, Services every Sun Jayat7:30p in. WednesdaySp.ro. N. J. STCKE. Pastor SWEDISH MISSION. Services every Sunday at 10:30 A. and at 7:30 P.M. Sunday school at 3:00 P.M. ttev. P. M. SAMMEI.SO N. Pastor. lODftE DIRECTORY WARREN LODGE.NO.150, A.F.& A.M. G-J&Third Regular Meetings the First and Wednes...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 November 1890

I? i""' is. *JL_ -v J* 1 PHI J. P. MATTSON, Fditor and Publisher. WARREN, MARSHALL COCHTY, MINH. THERE are said to be thirteen thousand different kinds of postago stamps in the world. IT is the latest theory that the elec tricity of thunder-storms is due to the friction of water drops on ice. FIVE HUXDK UD children under ten years of age wore taken into custody last year in London as drunk and in capable THE dynamo is replacing the battery to such an oxtent in tolography that its use will, it is thought, be universal in a few years. It is both cheaper and more efficient. A TUNNKI. to Prince Edward Island across Northumberland straits, a dis tance of six and one-half miles, is the next great engineering feat talked of in Canada. THE richest gold mine in the world is the Mount Morgan, in New South Wales. Gold occurs there in forma tions in which it has never hitherto been recognized. STANDA RD timo has been fully ac cepted in Asia by not less than forty million people, in Europe by al...

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 November 1890

5? I ij I'Jjtw*mt-m]f)Wmm|j -V'KBHS!H V ^^^."WfT^r^^^^^^P CALEB'S COURTSHIP, His Big Mistake and What Came of It, HADN'T no time fercourtin' when I was young an' spry, For what with workin' an' savin', I let the /years go by Then I was buyin' an' buildin'and farm work never gits done Till at last I count- ed my birth- days, and found I was flf ty-one. "High time," sez i, 'to be choosin' a suitable pardner fer life." So I jest set down an' considered where I'd bet ter look fer a wife. I wanted her young an' harnsomeof course an' stiddy an' neat, Smart at bakin' an' churnln\ quick with her hands an' feet, Butslow withhertongue (fer talkln' jest Wastes a woman's time), An' as savin' with every penny as ef 'twas a sil ver dime An' ef she was good at rnendin' an' acrubbin' an' cleanin' house, I made up my mind to take her, ef she was poor as a mouse. Waal, it cost some time an' trouble to diskivir a gal to my mind There was lots on 'em to choase from, but the best was hard to find. At la...

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 November 1890

i*i !T 'jJ-'JWi^ Sk&iis' J^-^^^^^^-ts^f,^^^^^ WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPEU OF THE COUNTY* Thursday, November 20,1890. THK Argylites promised to pay the PX pensea of the special election for -hjuige ol* muntj *"jit. It, remains to be seen, whether or not they will keep thia promise. THE Bunner ninkes a, great deal of noise nhout the Wnrren nrfstoeraey. when it well knows that the people Warren are plain hardworking people every one. It might with more reason tell about the "bum*" element, in its own village, for that is a reality. 1{irfiARi)soN last week got out an illustrated edition of the Manner. The eut representing the incoming and outgoing officials is a good one. lint it is glaringly defective in some the details. For instance where is Kichnrdsoir himself, the outgoing county attorney, and Bayrell who is coining to take his place? THE Manner is at liberty to con tinue its personal abuse of us as long as it chooses for aught we care. It...

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 November 1890

iISS? fe '"'^ff^S'"*' i ii /V 1 x~ A. B. NELSON, Clerk of District Court, ALL KINDS OV Land Office Business Transacted wlih Neatneaa Dispatch* SIX TEARS EXPfiRIEHCE. Office lo Court Hwse, MBTitODidT. SprviceseverySabbath.Mom luiSersn-e at td:.ua in. Sabbath Schoo! at close or morning service, h'vi'tuntf Service 8:uop. in. PKESBYTKIUAN. In? nt to -it), SuniiuT school H^rvioe Prajer meeting o'clock J. MCAUTHBR, Pastor S.vKDisii LirTiiEKAN, Scr\ ices even Sun i*aay at 7*80 in. Wednesday S p. in. N. STUB S, Tastor HW'RDI IH MISSION. Services even Sundnv nt 10:30 A. l. and at T:30 P.M. Snudaj school at J:00l\ M. Kev. P. M. 8A.MJini.sos, Pastor. I.ODBC DIKCCTOKT WAIIKKN LODGE.NTO.150, Xo. 1 Hard 80 1 Northern IT) 2 7 0 3 0 2 A.F.& A.M. Hegular Meetings the First and Third Wednesday Evening* of each Mouth,at Masonic Hall Corner 1st at. and Park Ave. VMtinRKrotners in good itaudlns.^onHall invited J. K. lirVTER. II. .1 A No lis Secret my. W C. T. U. Meet- th Qivt Kruiftj of every month ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 November 1890

i bo?' \X% f- ^="33T-^-Tr^v^rfSTBHfm^wj^-m^WW, J. P. MATTSON, Fditor and Publisher. WART.EN, MARSHALL COUSTT, MINII. TUK RK are 20S,749 railroad bridges in the United States, spanning 3,218 miles. TWKSTY MILLION acres of the land of the United States are held by foreign ers. O NE Colorado country has xOO artesian wells. New ones do not decrease the flow of the old ones. IT is said that excellent wool is being made out of the fiber of tue fir tree by means of electricity. FIVE HUXDI:KD children under ten years of age were taken into custody last year in London as drunk and inca pable. DURI XO the past seventy-three years the American Bible Society has dis tributed over 52,78(5,000 copies of the Scripture. IT is calculated that nine-tenths of the reading time of most men and that of a largo proportion of women is given to newspapers. TWEXTV-SEVEX THOUSAND men in N ew York City are supported by their wives, and all these men, doubtless, were counted in the census as heads of families. ...

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 November 1890

"^^fetf^Sf? 1 i I 1 W*J awi ,&'#* !'^ty' p^n Mp*P**WQ$pp*^^ I flmt ff heat J. P. MATTSON, Ftlitor and Publisher. WARREN, MABELS uu COVNTY, MINN. INGRATITUDE. A Sanskrit Fable. A holy hermit rescued once a mouse A savage bird had seized upon for prey, And kept the little rodent in his house, And fed it from his table day by day. Soon seeing how a cat the mouse distressed, And moved in pity for his pet thereat. "Hie saint, with power of miracles pos sessed. Transformed his protege Into a cat. "But now the mouse, or rather cat instead, Of every cur was quite as much afraid, Whereon the saint, to end the feline's dread, Wrought a new charm, and puss a dog was made. Again his charge is filled with deep alarm, The beasts of prey that roam the forest through Will surely some timo do it cruel harm, A further changethe dog a tiger grew. Now hear tho sequol, you, and heed it well This creature with an ingrate's heart within, O'erheard his guardian once another tell How he (the tiger) firs...

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 November 1890

1 m. H- i i 1 i a 1 I i 1 I ^WW& wwsrt r-R, pCs* WARREN SHliAP. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPKU O THE COUNTY. Thursday, November *7,1890 V. Stnto RitOWx is elected Secretary or bv a good vonml a g-oo vonm majority. It is rumored Mint P. J. MeGnire who was .Iffentcd for Stati* Auditor will bo jal assistant secretary. TIIK new lottery law is so stringent tint not even ?i church fair can be advertised in a newspaper. Well, jndo-ino- troni our experience it won't be much of a loss to the men. newspaper JAY (JoiLn is said to have madi a snug fortune jit the recent tumble i?i Ktorks. He now practicaHy con trol* nil the trans-continental rail way systems of the country. From Jay Gould and his grasping monop oly good Lord deliver us! Thanksgiving, originally confined the Now England states, has now i-onie to be regarded as a national holiday. President Lincoln was the first one to institute its national ob servance. And what can be more oppropiiate for us as a Chris...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 December 1890

-4P A tcalnotlce90rto6BtsaUn. Totnsurein eion must be handedIn by Wednesdaynoon XaUredttbe Post Office at WarrenaiMaoond Class Mall Matter. GREAT NORTHERN RY. 1IME SCHEDULE. From "Jt.Paul. 7 SIC 7 13 a a 66 12 15 H. L. WCH. Sec'v. I Toat.Pftwl. 6 50 am 0 30 7 00 610 130 St. Paul Minneapolis Crookitou WARDEN St. Vincent NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TIME SCHEDULE. r. 3.50 7.14 S.00 Ar. 7.05 a Crookston Ar. 0.40 a Vertlls islam. Innipss Junction 0.35 am 8t.Panl S.OOpm CHURCHES. MBTKODXST. SerrloessvarySabbaUt.MorB n Service at 10:30a. in. Sabbath Sboolat lose of morning service. SveninK service 8:00 p. in. Prayer ana Class Meeting every Thursday Tenlng. S. Z. KAVFFMIH. Paator. PRRMBTTKRIAX. Services every Sabbatb. mora las at 10:80, Sunday school at close of raoralOK ervlce. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 MCAUTHCB. Pastor SwBniSH LUTHERAN, Services ewrun day At 7:30 ra. Wednesday S p. m. N Htvm*. Paator. SWEDISH MISSION. .Services every Snndav at 10:30 A. and at 7:30 P.M. Sunday school a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 December 1890

A? IP h* Wanrit jrbr al J. P. MATTSO^Fililfc- and Publisher. W/.Hr.KH, MAJS^L I- CCU.NTT, MINN. 'TITRKE aro 20S,74 railroad bridges in the United States, spanning 3,218 miles. THE penitentiaries of Texashavecon tri? uted 6T1,000 to the State treasury the past year. O.JE Colorado country has ^00 artesian well* New ones do not decrease tho flow of tho old ones. A MAN died in the Maine State prison recently who had been about fifty years in prison during a life of seventy-six years. CI.AP.A GKKKXWALD, of Uernville, Pa., probably is tho youngest school teacher in the country. She is but thir teen years old, and has taught one term with success. A CI.EUK named Duboiso blow out his brains at ISIonto Carlo after "going broke," as the saying goes, at the gam ing tables. This made the ninety-sec ond suicide at Monte Carlo this season. Do TOU wish any of this in yours? An Atlantic racer of ten thousand tons, go ing at twenty knots an hour, would strike an obstruction with the energy of forty ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 December 1890

i-i'WlWuw" i^wfispg yj wj^ jr, ^-F1 WwiJIjJUJW|jff i -Q? 4 s||p FARM-HOUSE'NEATH TH E HILL. 01 the farm-house 'neath the hill, I can see it standing still, As I saw it ia my childhood's happy days. When every thin? was new and beautiful to view, From xsorntng till the sunset's opal blaze. can see the orohurd tryji, and I hear the hum of bees In the hollyhocks and to?s near the wall, And where the brooklet Sows, a barefoot urchin goes Again among the cat-o'-ninc-tails tall. Down to the pasture spring I walk, and lightly sing, As happy as in merry days gone by, When I wandered in the wood, half lost in sol itude, Or climbed the friendly mountain, looming high. How I love that farm-house wide, with its trees on either side, Where I played, and laughed and wandered when a twy! I can see the swallows fly down the chimney from the sky. And again I dream a dream of vanished joy. Wherever I may go I'll find no place. I know, That will my mind with sweeter fancies fill. Fond memory guard the...

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

I* I I" fr 1$ WARREN SHEAF. 3. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL, PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, December 4-, 1890. KITTSOX county talks of building a |2()f000 court house. V. C. KXAITKN litis sohl out the Fisher Bulletin to \V. It. Biorly pro prietor of tin Northwest News and East (Jrand Forks Courier. Col. Stnrrn experienced newspaper man will henceforth have charge of the editorial department. Mr. Knappen goes to Detroit Lako where he has started a new paper. A PIOXKKK L*niiss correspondent was recently sent to the home of Kittei Ilalvorson, congress ma n-olect from this district, for the purpose of having-an interview with him. Dur ing this interview Mr.Ilalvorson fur nished the following brief sketch of his life: 4'I came with my parents from Xor- vr ly to this country"' said he to the reporter, 'in 1848 when was two years ohl. lived with them in Wis consin until I was sixteen years old, and about the middle of 1802,1 join 1 the First Wisconsin regiment of volunteers, ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 December 1890

Local notices Wve cents a line To insurcln frtioii must be handed in by Wednesdaynoon Entered atthe Tost omce at WarrenasSecvnd (Mass Mall Matter. a? 7 40 in aw a GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. From St. Panl. St. Paul 7 15 a tt 56 12 15 St.Paul. l to a in 20 7 DO 5 10 i io Alliineapolls Crookston WARR EN St. Vinueut NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TIME SCHEDULE. Lv. 5.r.0 ra rrookRton Ar. 9.40 a in 7.14 Fertilo S.2L' a in .00 Winni|* Junctlou .3T a in Ar 7.05n in SI. Paul 8.00 in CI1UKC1IK8. MKTHODIST. Serviaesevery Sabbath.Morb us Service atd10.-30. m. Sabbath School at close of morning service. Kreulnt service 8:00 p. in. ereninj S"?* cver Ulas Thursday s. z. KAUFFAHN, Pastor. PBKSIIYTKBIAN. Service everv Sabbath mom In* at 10 30. Suudaj school at elow oiWorahE I rayer meeting Thnrsdny evening S McAKTHVR.Pnstor *Hrvlvo SwEDisn I.I'TIIEHAX, Services evrn Sun day at 7:30 in. Wednesday S p.m. N. J. HTPBB. Pastor. ISSIO N. Sen Ices everyySunday u\.S.^'KOI9R i:.?u "r at 7:3 0 P.M Sunda school ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 December 1890

r.TfjT^ ^s.^"',',- & ii r~ I '5* 1 ^^^e ^r* T?s*i^?^*j y^-"^* hc barren ffftcaf, J. P. MATTSON, Fdiior and Publisher. WARREN, MAKSIM ix COUNTY, MIXN. A KOKKST of giant redwood trees has been discovered in Washington. THE average length of life is greater in Norway than in any other country in Europe. IN the Puritan days a cord of oak wood was worth the same as a bushel of turnipsthirty-seven cents. IT is calculated that 1)1,823 persons die per day, S.730 per hour, 60 a minute, or one every time the clock tio.ks. THE Rio News says "the coffee crop of Hayti this year is unusually large and that the generally good news from coffee-producing countries this year promises to cause much lower prices for the next year or two." AMUKG the many cases of saving life from drowninsr which have recently been reported to the British Royal Hu mana Society for recognition there are thirteen in which the ages of the heroes ranged from eight years to sixteen. A N advertisement has been running in a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 December 1890

I! i bc Warren ffkaf. J. P. MATTSON, Fditor and Publisher WABr.KN, MAHUALI COUSTY, MINN. THE MAIDEN'S CHOICE. What is a girl like mo to do? The young beaux bother me: There's Roger's one. and Jack is two, Ana Jerry's number three! i' I'm sure I can not love them all, And have but one to choose i other girls will doubtless fall The two whom I refuse. Now, mother thinks that Roger's nice: He takes her fancy's eye, His clothes must cost a 'pretty price," He can't be "common fry." ut Mollie Brown has found him out He has no means nor trade, And loafs the corner shops about, His tailor bills unpaid. He is too "nice" to suit my taste, His hands too soft aud white It would not pay my love to waste On such a thriftless wight. Dear Jack! I liko his merry ways. But he Is going to sea. A nd chooses it because, ho says, A sailor's life's so free. loves me well, and yet demands That I for liim should wait A three-years' cruise to foreign lands Ere he takes me for mate. Three years to wait! Upon ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 December 1890

i I "jfe &: I' $fV' 4 WARREN SHHAF. T. P. MATTSON, Kditor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPRK or THE COUNTY. Thursday, December 11, 1890. THK SHEAF lion imw completed the Jiist ikwnninl of its e.xtoteiree and wit It this issiip it, ontors upon to elev enth voliimo. In nil vioiasttttdw it linsroinninoil t|u popular paper o! the i-onnty niwl it nlmll he our en-ley, donvornhvnystoinniiitain it in the Ion.J. Wo shall make such improve ments in the paper from time to time ns the circumstance* ml thesupport wo rocoivo will wnrrnnt) ntul W nre even now contemplating some chang es that will be welcomed by our many ivndoj*. Thanking all our patrons for past favors, we hope for their continued good will in the future* MA* farmors in this section of the state have lately none into the sheep raising industry. This, we think, is a move in the right direction and there is suroly money in it. This country is admirably adapted to sheep raising for they will thrive and multiply at a wonderful rate. T...

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