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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 December 1890

*m 1 1 1 1 1! i :1 I I I focal notices Ave cents aline. To insnreini ertlon must be handed in by Wednesdaynoon Eateredatthe Post Ofllceat WarrenasSecond Class Mail Matter. gBM,.". W"- GREAT NORTHERN RY.TIME SCHEDULE. From St.l'aul. 7 40 in 8 10 7 15 a SOS 12 15 at. Paul evening. 8. KADPKMAN, l'antor. m!r *ntn. *To rT eM Lfv.?l I*" eK fwy'Sabbnth morn at close of 'mornloK Snndft .t 8tho nwi oVLi*k raye *M Thursday evening?8 J- MoAaTHun, l'astor SWEDISH TarritKRAN, Services every Sun day at 7:30 p. in. Wednesday 8 p. in. NServices J. STURK",l ftrSX^nIA9,i.Ml^ION- l'astor every l*ov. P. SAMMKT.SO N. Pastor. lODKEDIIlECTOKY. WARREN LODGE.NO.150, A.F. & A.M. Regular Meetings the Firs I and inml Wednesday Kveninesofeach Month, at Masonic Hall. Corner 5t M. and Park AA. VisUlnpllrolhors in aoodstandina'.nnrdinll invited. T. R. HUNTER. \V. M. .1. A. NOYES Socretniy. W.C. T. l\ Mts rhe tlrst Fritlny of rvery month hom. of the different membors.K Don't forget the dance on Christ anas nigh...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 December 1890

fr I If" $? yf f. J. P. MATTSON, Fditor andTpublisher. WARREN, MARSHALL COUNTY, MINN. RAILRO AD statistics show that no ono car on a train is safer than another. SUMEUODY has coined the word "mo- toneer," to designate the person who manages the motor on an electric car. NKARLY fourteen thousand horses are annually consumed as food in Paris. In Vienna and Berlin the annual consump tion is about six thousand horses each. THK largest room in the world under one roof and unbroken by pillars is at St.-Petersburg. It is six hundred and twenty feet long by one hundred and twenty in breadth. THK wife of Count Waldersee is an American, and she is tho only person at the German courts who declines invita tions to dances on Sundays and who is permitted to do so without offense. THE floating island in Sadawga lake at Whittingbam, Vt., contains over one hundred acres, and it actually floats on top of the water. It is not attached to the mainland on any part of the lake. '"LITTLE PUIL" SUEKIUAX, w...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 December 1890

1 3S9W Uli* Warren ffhraf, J. P. MATTSON. Fditor and Publisher WAIU'EN, MAR HAM. COUATV, MINK. A CHINESE LEGEND. In Chen si provinco fair a town Once flourished in a strange renown, For there the women held sxich sway And men so meeisly yielded way That o'er the land the placo was known, A realm well dubbed '-The Women's Own." 'Twere all too sad to count the ills That sprang from wifely whims and wills Enough to say, through wills and whims Ea ch man was like the our that skims Dread earth with tail 'twixt hinder limbs. But ten there were with souls not yot Completely in subjection set. Thesa valiant, slant-eyed Decemvirs One daybetween themselves-cried: "Sirs, We've stood this bondage long enough. Let's show the world what goodly stuff A queue-tweaked pate and beaten spitit May, spite of every thing, inherit. We'll form a MaloProtectivc-Band, From end to end of Flowery Land* And strong in union boldly claim All honors due a husband's name." Full soon, their purpose high to seal And...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 December 1890

Ilk |T is* A WARREN SHKAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL. PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, December 18, 1890. STEPHEN proposes to change her school or^anistafcion from a common io nn independent district. "BY referring to tlieeonntv commis sioners' proceedings published in the SHEAF hist week, tax payers will find out who pa.vs the expense of the spe cial election. THE animal meeting of the State Farmers' Alliance will lie held Dec. U)th. Donnelly is making a hard tight for the presidency. Well, why not. give him a chance? He is a bigThief potato in the alliance and naturally belongs at the top. THE Republican party deserves credit for having so effectually check ed the rea gambling institution, the Lonsiaua State Lottery. It is a vio lation of the law to mail letters to the concern and persons doing so, are liable to prosecution. THERE was a time when a general in thearmy was supposed to befound at the front, leading the soldiers in battle, but it is different now. G...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 December 1890

i I i i 1 I tocnl notices lire cents a lino Toinsnrein ertion mmt he handed in by Wednesdaynoon Entered at the Tost Offlceat WarrenaaSeeond Has* Mail Matter. GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. From St. Paul. 7 40 nt 8 11) 7 1^ a 8 5f. 12 15 j. nt St. Paul W'AKUCN St. Ituvnt Lv. 2.u 7 14 .W) A r. 7.0.% a PBK8HYTK lUBTftt 10M "Pvleo Pr w'rlurfa 7 IK) 5 10 to NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TIME SCHEDULE. rrooVstnn .\r. 0 10 Krtil .VJ2ni liii)i|i Junction -st- ''"Hi S.00 CnUKCHKsT MKTHODIST. ServteesererySabbath.Morn n Service at 10:30 a. m. Sabbath iSchool at close of morning service. Kvenlntc service 8:0Gr." in. veEinu ,,IM,CIsW *"C 'wry Thursday evening. \UFIJU.\ N. i The day** are got Mini longer. They are aho getting colder. Go Vine'K and get your pork en usage. The rhri*tma* trade has been very good. Buckwheat ttour and pure Maple synip at Winchesters Owen got left forClovcrnor, but the Ow Fanning Mill never gets left l'owell sells them. -Married, in the parlors of Hotel Sven, Dec. 22, ISIH)...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 December 1890

I n\] Vt., tlafc 5*! & fcc_f foal J. P. MATTSSON, Fditor and Publisher TVAnr.EN, MARHALL COUITT, MINK. MAN is the universal animal. It is estimated, that there is 1,350.000,000 of him on the globe. The sheep rank next with 500,000,000 GENERAL Boom, it is reported, should hi9 scheme for the betterment of the wretchedly poor of Great Britain be successful, will endeavor to repeat its 6peration in this country. PHYSICIANS deprecute the wearing- of waterproof coats as a substitute for or dinary top clothing- They say the body should' be dressed as warmly under tno wa.ter-proof as it would ordinarily be without it. IN Switzerland, it is said, they will pay higher wages to a milkmaid who can hing to the cows than to one who can not. This is done on the principle that bad treatment of a cow injuriously -ntTPoets its milk. TK fact that the Indians do not ap ptvojate the blessings, of civili?ation and probrtbiy never will it, seen in the fact that a sqmiw has committed suicide be cause h...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 December 1890

it ft7 &&? i & &',. 1 $H 7 t-r i afe/i.:"'. iC^'^i '/-yy #&- !**$* n','*s jfy 3 THE OLD AND TH E NEW. ORN kindles in the East at last December's storm- winds trumpet loud A or the sky go scu in fast The great gray argosies i cloud. Lite stirs along the somber street That slept ere- while as still as death The few that fare on hurrying feet Are mantled with their frosty breath. The slow chimes tell the gliding hours, And Night again the scene enfolds While still from Heaven-tapering towers Time's never-failing message rolls. Twelve!midnight dark of death and birth I The old year and the griers thereof Have passed, and smiles upon the earth A glad new year of peace and love. Clinton Scollard, in College and School. SEASONABLE RHYMES. The O Year and the Nw. The o)J year lingers fora little space, As loth to leave this active stage of life, E'en as a man would feel to part from wife And child forever, mourning their absent place. What wondrous deeds have left undying...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 December 1890

M 8Bfcft tunmuiM-. sold at auc nnnouncen found on WARREN SHKAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor nnd Proprietor. OrrATi PAPFTI W vwtr, COUNTS. Thursday, Dcwmlw 25, 180 Vm holulav nnm)*? of the Crook ston Times is *uperb ond reflect* jiieot u^UMtpon Editor McKenste, uhn IJPT does nn.vtliinjr by halves. i r\\ simple taws well understood .uiduaidh vnfoictMl, are letter than olnmiiHHH statutes that no one nn derstau'a, sn\e the Judges of Hie NuprMnoCoiiit. i luueieeened ol I 1 of the I), hoif Fiee Presn, published at lttioi Mum, b\ Knappen, JonieiK editm of the Fisher Unite tm The lust issue IN bright and ev\s\ .ui,i or^os piniiiiso of much uselnlnes^ it n\n\ surprise some th.it its pobtiisis not *trnight Re punhenu. Tar \UH\ KIWM \.lle\ College Vsso nrion will hold iN minimi meeting in Uoolv^ton on .J.'in iitli when the lo ihoii of rhe sthool will be tpt-tlpd Se\enlities in the A.II1\\ ,,re mak ing Miroioi-setioits (oboe met hut in stitution nt learning notably Hrnnd Foiks t,nt lookston will hard...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 December 1890

I- rtSPT* E were coming from the school-house On a starlit win- ter's eve, Where our friends had been debat- ing With some feel- ing, I believe, On a subject not important, And which needs nomention here, When we suddenly remembered 'Twas the eve of the new year. The voz that I have mentioned Was Miss Polly Dean and I, And a more be- witching creat- ure I am sure you'll never spy With black eyes that fairly sparkle, And a rosy little mouth, And a face that shines with beauty Like a sunbeam from the south. And her manners are so charming And her talk so full of thought That if you but pause to listen All the world is soon forgot. Thus we neared her father's mansion, And were in the best of cheer. When she asked: "Won't it be jolly Here to watch for the new year?" How delightful, quick I answered As 'twas somewhat after ten, 'Twould require but little waiting For the new year to begin. And with such a charming maiden It would surely be a treat. On the sofa 'neath the mantel We then so...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 December 1890

K" '.^JiB^ ora ^T ^5E 'wO^^^Sl^^^^^j^^^i^ .V IT NICHOLAS was resting From his Christ mas work a last, SfThe gifts had all been given, The holidays were past, [And dozing in his arm-chair, With his oat up on his knees, The good Saint smoked his honest pipe. And took his honest ease But something roused him quickly, He started from his seat, A soldier bold, a maiden fair, Were kneeling at his feet. St. Nicholas," the maiden cried, Behold my fearful plight! These wounds have been inflicted Since that dreadful, dreadful night When you left me in the stocking Of a being I dare not name" She paused, the soldier raised his voice And said: "I blush with shame To stand before your saintship In the dress you now behold, But the way I have been treated Makes my very blood run cold I've been nursed and kissed and coddled. I've been rocked and sung to sleep, Oh I were I rot a soldier still, I'd almost like to weep." AND DOZING IN HIS ARM CHAIR Ah," mused the good St. Nicholas, I think I understa...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 December 1890

-~a s~-i SY, jHE round bright sun in the west hung low: It was old fash ioned Christinas weath er. I remember the fields were white with snow As we stood by the stile together. "In the woods the berries grew thick and red Yet I lingered and called it 'Folly" When you said with a smile: "Let us cross the stile And gather some Christmas holly." But over the fields by the frozen brook We went where the boughs were sprinkled With snow and deep in a sheltered nook The waterfall faintly tinkled. A brave little robin sang out in the cold: It was only young lovers' folly, But we listened so long to the redbreast's song That we almost forgot the holly. Then the light died out of the golden day, And the moon showed her silvery bow, And we never knew if our homeward way Lay through rose-leaves or drifted snow. One bright star shone in the pale clear sky And my mother said it was folly To listen so long to a robin's song But we brought home the Christmas holly. You stir not now from our ingle n...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 December 1890

^n^tWRrririfi^rn*"-" -ag?*** -*j. MANY CHRISTMASES. The Pine Tree Telia the Story of Its Life. I grew in a wild, tangled forest on the edge of a bluff o'erlooking the sea. At first, I watched the little spring flowers unfold their leaves and blossoms, then the glad summer came and the woods grew green and dark after that they changed to red and gold, then all this faded and my home looked dull and cold, just as yours do, little ones, when the fire goes out. I did not like this gloom, for I was such a baby tree tire sea and the wind would moan and wail together, and all the great trees in the forest looked so sad. But at last\ the beautiful snow came then I liked winter best of all, for I thought the snow flakes were the pretty dead flow ers turned to angels, coming down from Heaven tocomfort rae then, too, atnight the stars were so bright, and. if one looks at the stars long they are apt to think of strange things so it was with me. I was wondering why some of the trees in the fores...

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 January 1891

1 r,ocalnoticesflvecents aline. To Insnreln ertion must be hnndedin by Wednesdaj noon Entered at the Tost Office at WarranJisSecond Class MallMutter. GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. Kto'm St. Paul. 7 40 lit \ti 7 IS S 55 l'J 15 I Hi at. raul Minneapolis CrcK&stetf WAHREN St. Vincent NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TIWE SCHEDULE. i.v. r.:,o ii Crookston Ar. 9.40 am ..Up in Fertile 8.23 am a.OO Winnipeg Junction .85 a in *r- i St.. I*uul s.0 0 CHURCHES. MKTHODI9 T. Servlcesevery Sabbath .Mom n* service at 10:30 a. m. sabbath School at Ol(ise of morning service. Bveniiig service 8:06 p. in. Prayer ami Class Meeting dtefy Thnrsdav evening. S.'/.. KAUFTM.VX. Paator.* 1'HE.snvTKRiAN. Services lnt? at 10::0 Sunday school trviee. Prayer meeting o'l'loi-k. SWEDI SH LITTIIEHAN, Services ev.r Sun Jayat 0 m. Wednesday Sp.m. N. .T. STCKK, Pnstor. SU'KOISH MISSION, services every Sunday at 10:30 A. M. and at 7:30P.M. Sunday school at 3:00 P.M. He v. P. M. SAMMKLSOX.Pastor. l/ODGEDlltECrOKY. WAKKEN LOD...

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 January 1891

$ r: l 5 Ji J. MATTSON, Tditor and Publisher WARREN, MARSHALL COONTT, MINN. KEEP your troubles to yourself when you tell them you are taking up the time of the man who is waiting to tell his. THK slave jxpulatio of the country was 2,009.043 in 1S30, 3.487,355 in 18.4,0,..^instructing 8,204.313 in 1850 and 3.953,760 'in lSOt).' Mis&ouri had 25,091 slaves in 1830, 58,- 240 in 1S40, 87,422 in 1850 and 114,931 in lbbO. THE saltest piece of water ori earth is the Lake of Uruinia in Persia, situated more than four thousand feet above the sea level It is much salter than the Head Sea. the water being fpvmd on an alysis to contain nearly twenty-two per ceut of salt REV CH VRLFS F. HOFFMAN and his brothery Rev. Dr. E. A Hoffman, dean of the Genet al Theological bemi nary, both of New York, are said to be the richest ckn-gvmen in the United States The wealth of each of them is about $1-4.000,000 JOHN W YOLXG, son of the late Brigham Y-onng, has purchased three million acres oi land in ort...

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 January 1891

She ^awtt ffheaf. J. P. MA'ITSON, Fditor and Publisher TY.AIIT.FN, MAHSHALL COUNT-^MINN. THE SISTERS. [Detroit readers will readily understand the Implication ol this poem To those outside it is proper to say that the sequel refers to the case D M.itildu Ore^ch. ten years of age, who had her entiie scalp torn from her head bv her hair (King caught by a revolving shaft Her sister Knma two cir older, voluntarily submitted to have a piece of skin, eight bv. five and one half niches, cut from her side to graft upon her ister head, but to keep the skin alive until It should adhere it was left attached by a nar row btrip to Emma's body, and the two were bound together, remaining thus for four days.] In Pa :an Rome iif read the legend right), In earl dawn or Messianic light, Tw sisters dw elt Tvv in born, they grew, S like to like, tuat nctt to scarce knew One from the other In air, in form, in voice, In color, stature, eye nor hair, was choice So dwelt theso sisters, niatclied in ev'ry gr...

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 January 1891

WARREN SHEAF. J.P. MATTSON Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL VAPER O TITE COUNTY. Thursday, Jnminry 1, 1801. W E spent couple IIMVH it* the twin rities this week. Tt mi occasional Visitor the rapid growth of these cities is vor-v apparent. Changes are constantly going on, old land marks removed and magnificent eight, ten or twelve story buildings taking their phn-es. ImposingnH thesehuge j)ile.s of masonry appear viewed from the outsil\th splendorntttl wohVen ieiK-eof the interior Hmllenges our admiration, Vutished marble and granite ami glass and costly wood work compose the interior make up. No trouble to ascend or descend lone: (lights of stairs, for most high build ings are furnished with etevarors that take passengers up and down without the slightest exertions on their part. Time, distance, height jind even darkness itself seem annihi late,! in a. modern city. The electric lights almost make night look ns day. The strxvt cars drawn by horses uml mules will soon no longer lie see...

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 January 1891

Entered at the Post Offle* at Warren AS San 1a Mall Matter. MM None who always has the VBRV MEST to ell. Moral, clean your grain for irket with one of Powell's Mills. J. H. Griffin, the genial and ac-held compliihed agent of the Great North ern at Argyle came up on yesterday evening's train to yiew the county seat and have a chat with the n#w officers. The Pastor of the Presbyterian church will preach the first of a series of sermons on the Parable of the Prodigal son, next sabbath January 11th at 10:80 a. m. Subject of ser mon, "Sin and its consequences." Mr. W. F. Powell has taken a short respite from active business earee, and left on Friday last for a month's visit with his wife's folks near^ Owatonna, Minn., and to his old home in Wisconsin. Mrs. Powell left for Owatonna about three weeks ago. The population in the town of Viking is reported to beincreasing at a very satisfactory rate, without the aid of the Immigration Bureau. In fact similar reports come from every town in th...

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 January 1891

^^WW^fWRFW?' *s&a I & jM. flic a^arrcn ffftrat J. ATI SOX i nor and Publisher TVA1VUEN, WARM ALL COUNTS, MINN. A RFCEXI fad is to have your portrait cut in an onyx cameo. The work is very slow, difficult and laborious, but the image vi hen done is permanent and will last for centuries. MRS. RICHVRD A. PROCTOR proposes to perpi tiuite the memory of her famous husband by building a $25,000 observa toiy on Mission Heights, San Diego, Cal She meant, to raibe the money by lecturing. Tn increase of about one million pec pie thirteen years in Spain is at ti ibuted in a great measure to the suc cess that has attended the changes in the hygienic condition of the cities and large tow ns. IT is said that no gi aduate of Vassar College has. ever been divorced from her husband Such is the statement of a man who mairied one of them, and who declares that the young ladies who have been educated at the college are the best cooks In the oriel. TnrKE is a piojeet to construct a ship canal acr...

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 January 1891

"H^WT"!*? "4 UJ j^gttj^s^V fi^ 1 |u: V^-1 1 ll ^^-^i!^ flic KVama ffhcat J. MA11SON, l\!uoi ind Publisher WAItri l7, SIAR-I'A! CCUM"I, MINK. COURT YOUR WIFE. Oh middle aged man Uean ord \v ith you, A-* 'vou sit in ou flieo tbis morn, Hiv tUe wony cf life with its folly and strife, Pierced your heart like a festering thorn? Docs the touch of our gold feel too clammy and cold, A~e jou weary of flatter}'s scorn* Alas for the days when the passions of youth Burn low in the desolate heart! "When tlit laughter and tears of our innocent ears N e\ er more from the mpathios start, And the hideous, mien of indu'gence is seen 'Ntath the flattenngmantle of art! Perhaps you tried friendship, and only have found Deception and elnshnes rife, Perhaps jou ha\o poured to the needy your hoird. To be pncKxd liy ingratitude knife, A na i erh ips \o have been through, the whl round MU Did you e\tr tty courting your wife? No* Then take aduce and I think you will tind "Tis a pleasure us charming as new Fol...

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 January 1891

'^ilX^^iK"f WARREN SHEAF. J. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPKR O THE COUNTY. Thiirndny, Jmnwry 8, 1891. Miss Eva Mcltoimld defeated Doc. Fish for the position of state lecturer tor tlw AUinnce. CoxnnF.ss ought pass tflB frei wilver oings i\\u\ then stop tiukerii^ with tlu tiiiimrin-l problem. A BILL has already been introduced into the state senate to reduce the rate of interest to percent with 8 per cent as the highest rate under eoniraet. THK retirement of John E. Otitrom Jfrom the county board a km* to the whole county. His business ex perience made him a most useful member. THK legislature met on Monday and the Senate \\os speedily organ ized by the Alliancedemocratic combination. There hns been a dead lock over the organization of the house, each party voting for its own candidate, but the probabilities arc that the Alliance candidate for speaker will be successful. Tor Onhith. HeTi~Lake Falls & Northern Railway engineers met with a severe accident a few days a...

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