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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1891

fill mi 4v i 3T & I t-~ fetf-- i u- **xn i' *'*& tftftVL 'u WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE COUNTY. Thursday, March 19, 1891. MINNESOTA SOLONS. tondensed Proceedings of Botli Branches of the Minnesota Leg-^ islature, What is Being Attempted in the Way of Legislation hy Oar Law makers. Tuesday March. IO. v SKKATB. The attendancel onf members in the yesterdsy unusually lighta, anWd during JiV." but little busineshouse 0wass Mt 0 was received,n Ltwt* and Pw S8?. 1 J?^?*1** tm !L!^ S 8 ated e,IUon 'L i. er I^EL? *T Se S county presented bctl "lttO Wr license, be a *w turned into the county, instead of the vil lae treasuriea. A letter from the family ol the late Qett. Sherman was read, thanking the Mihn$ota legislature for its resolutions St condolence and sympathy. Snnste bills were reported upon by the \mndttees, among which were the appro* priation bill lor ttie St. Cloud reformatory and the bill abolishing the state board of correctio...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1891

**&* i I & ?r** 3 S" sHl?* g ,t 8, 1 ESfi^-r ~jfl-- Li' i,*.V/*'', :-i|-?\t 4'i MiW^tP WIT AJSTD ju r* S*ji i &.*,. HUMOR. A Pharaoh layoutthe tuuiatuy Rarueses. Washington Star. ou need help to raise a laugh, but you can heave a sigh alone.Indiana polis Journal. 4 "Time's up, remarked the fellow who had just pawned his watch.? Yonkers Statesman. There is no rose without a thorn, but there are many thorns without roses. Indianapolis Journal. There are better things in this world than money, but it takes money to buy 11)em. Indianapolis Journal. W hate to see girls throw kisses. The average girl is such a thundering bad shot.Binghamton Leader. Johnson"And so Jims on has gone to his reward?" Bronson"Ye s. poor follow! I'm afraid he has."JS. Y. Herald. Toucher''What are the agricultural products of Ireland?" Tommy Potatoes and Irish bulls."Buffalo Express. The heroism that can wear old clothes until able to buy new is said to be the most lonely feeling on earth. Jituris Hor...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 March 1891

i*f fry WARREN SHKAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE COUNTY. Thursday, March 19, 1891. No NAME was more loudly cheered at the Republican club convention than that of James G. Blaine. If reciprocity works as successfully as it* friends hope, Blaine will be the Republican nominee tor president in 1H2 A FRIFND in Foldal writes as fol lows to the SHE\F "I am yet a member of the Alliance but think I shall not .stay there very long, I be gin to beliere that within the Alli ance will be fostered the worst 'Ting politics'' this country has e\er seen. The leaders in the Alliance are such as hare never been entrusted with an office from neither the Democratic or Republican parties, and they grasp I he situation to pump the Jnrmers for all thej are worth Every Alliance man must pay trib ute to the Alliance and it will often happen that farmers will pay out money for helping rascals into office." WRITFR in the Northwestern Fi nanciei offers tins very wholesome ndvh ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 March 1891

i -V* 1. 1 sV i K. 4 A SHREWD MEN. rartial lint of leading fanners who have bought second hand machines of COOKE A OLSON .A-ll well pleased, Rev. J. H. David. Ole O. Knnteon, Per Person. T. Edgar. J. Pllatrom, Fred Peterson, H. 4 Chritoffer8on, W. K. Wood, Tver Krogstad, P. rtagborar, Tobias Hanson, Halvor Amnndson. N. A. Nelson, T. W. Elliott, Nols P. Amundson. H. H. Kallock, Charley Johnson, N. P. Nelson, fcil. F. Whitnay, Langlee & Bnhl. Ole K. Iverson. O. L. Rud, J. Schl*gel, Chr Pearson, Holm Bros. Andrew John Erickson. O. H. Lanirlse. Ola K. Nelson. Nick Schnntten, Thorn KoTstad, Alex. Nveaas. B. Stnmness, N. A. Freeborg. Ole Jonn fon, Claos Johnson, Richard Mansfield. E. M. Nelson. T. Baardson. Ed. Smith, A. P. JohaasOn, James Haggard, H. 0. Folden, Ola O,Lea. Only a few machines left. OOOKZE Sz OLSON, LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Visiting cards printed at SHEAF office. C. A. Bradley was at Hallock Tuesday, Go to Vine's and get your pork sausage. Miss Alice Wallace returned from...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 March 1891

m?- is* 1, 1 Srv I L/ UC\ i WARREN SHEAF. MATTSON, Editor nml Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O tHE COUNTY. Thursday, Manli 26, 1801. MINNESOTA SOLONS. Condensed Proceedings of Both lirauches of the Minnesota L^j- Islature. What is Being Attempted in the Way of Legislation by Our Law makers Tuesday March. 17 lneiirst business that came before the Senate yesterday morning was a motion made by Gen. Sanborn^ to the effect that in accordance with anM adopted joinhouse ?,_'. 5 SnSL^K^J* resolu- ^.rn to the to tb & on Benjamin *utt*rworth and Moses Handv, le.ative Joan appropriation lor the puruose oi hav ing Minnesota represented nt the Chicago WorldN fair in 1893. The bouse, however was not quite ready to receive the senators mad several petitions against the extension I the Mmneaoolis saloon patrol limits ml the ]assar of the employ en' liability bill were received before the motion ol Uen Sanborn was put into effect. Mr Leavitt presented a resolution, just oetore the stnatp took its no...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 March 1891

I I V. "!*1 1 fivey r"tic*'rSy: 1 *&%". *y j^ 1 :\v CINCINNATI A PEANUT CENTER. One Million Buahols Are Handled Teacl* In That City. "How many peanuts will you handle this year? asked a Times-Star reporter of the largest peanut vender in'thji citv. "About 70.000 sacks," came the prompt response. "Each sack con tains live bushels and each bushel weighs twenty-two pounds, so you see this house will distribute, at least. 7, 700,000 pounds of these nuts. Cincin* nati is a great distributing point for peanuts. There is probably no city in the United States that excels it in this respect "Now continued the dealer, "if you will come with me I will sh ow you how these nuts are prepared for the market. W buy them direct from the farmers, who sell them as goober-nuts, pimlars. or ground-nuts. It is only away froni home that they are known as peanuts^ I have traveled quite a good deal in the* South, and the word 'peanuts* is one seldom heard." this time the top floor of a great building ha...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 March 1891

I $1 WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, March 26, 1891. Now since the loan companies have refused to make any more loans in ^Minnesota, it i time for Senator Stanford to push his bill for two per rent go\ eminent lonns ou fnrm lands. WHILE Blaine is engaged in estab lishing reciprocal trade iclntions north and south, the secretary of Agriculture, Rusk, is trying to open up the European markets for the American hog, and thus extend QUr trade ens and west. WITH the advent of spring new hope and courage comes to the peo ple of thiscounty. Everything now points to a most prosperous season. The abundant snow of late will give the soil the requisite amount of moist ure, and crops will surely get a good start. Let us hope and pray thatthe labor of the farmers will be blest by a bountiful harvest. Congressman Johnson 'of North Dakota in an interview the Grand Forks Herald saj s, "Washington is the most beautiful city in the United Sta...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 April 1891

-1- *V I the 7? A. B. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN Entered at the Post Office at Warren a* Second Class Mall Matter. SHREWD MEN. Partial list of leading farmers who have bought second hand machines of COOKK & OLBOM -AJJ. -well pleased.. Rev. J. 8. David. Ole O. Knutaon, Per Person. T. Edgar. C. J. Pllstrom, Fred Peterson, H.ftK ChrUtofferson. W. E. Wood, Iyer Krogstad nagborg, Tobias Hanson, HaWor Amundson, N. A. Nelson. T. W. Elliott. Nols P. Amundson. H.H. Kallock, Charley Ne.X. P. Nelson, WhWney.lAngleeJohnson., ft Dahl Ol Iverson C. L. Rnd. J. Scnlngel. Chr Pehrson. Holm Bros. Andre* & John Eiickson, O. H. Langlee. Ole K. Nelson. Nick Schantxen, Thorn KoJstad, Alex. Hreaufl. B. Starnnesa, N. A. Freeborg. Ole John- ..aoii, Clupa Juhneon, Richard Mansfield. E. H. Nelson. T. Baardson. Ed. Smith, A. P. Johanson. James Haggard, H. O. Folden, Ole O. Lee. O...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 April 1891

P. MATTSOX, Editor and Proprietor* OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Thursdny, April 2, 1801. MINNESOTA S0L0M Condensed Proceriiags of Both Brandies oi the Minnesota Leg islature. What is Being Attempted in the Way of Legislation by Onr Law makers. Tuesday March. 24. SEN VTK. A number of petitions were presented asking for the passage of the Currier rail road bill. Senator McMillan sent up a resolution authorizing the appointment of a commit tee of three senators to consider the ques tion capital removal. Senator John Day Smith p^e notice of debate, and a little later Senator Gladtr in troduced a bill, wh'ch, in great detail, pro vides lor the removal oi the capitol to Kandiyohi county The bill establishes the city oi Minnctaza as tneseat government of the state, and provides for the sale of lots in the city, the proceeds to go to a capitol building lund The bill also provides for a commission of three persons, who shall have charge ot the erection of a new capitol building These commiss...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 April 1891

r^j** **m i Little Llzette. A 8 littlo Llzette was out walking one day, Attired with great splendor In festal array, She met little Grotchen, in sober-hned gown, With a basket of eggs, trudging- off to the town. 'Good-morning! Good-morningI" erledlittle Llzette, "You haven't been over to visit me yer. Come over and live with me always pray do, For I have no sisters how many have you?'* "Noin," answered wee Qretohen. Llzette cried, "Ah, rael I have to pretend I have sisters, you see. But try as I will, I OHn't tike it seem true. And 1 hitve 110 brothei s. How many have you?" 'Nein," answered wee Qretohen. "Nine!" echoed Llzotte, "\Vh\, ,\ou are the luckiest alrl I hnve metl And have you a baby at homo, tell me now?" "Noin," iiivuvercd woo Grotchen, and made a droll bow. Then llngoted Llzette by the roadside that 'lay. To watch tho wee maiden go trudgln? away. "Nine brothers, nine sisters, nine babies to pett Oh, 1 wish I was Gretchen!" sighed little Liz'tte. Kutherlne 8. Alcorn, In S...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 April 1891

*A WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, April 2, 1891. THE house has recommended the passage of the Currier railroad bill. CAPT COMPTON, of Fergus Falls, has been appointed surveyor general of Minnesota. WE ABE told that the bill reducing the sulariea of county officials in this county is likely to pass. THE SHEAF thanks Judge Slee for a fine birds-eye view of Spokane FnJIs. By the way it is simply Spok ane now. The "Falls" drops off ac cording to vote of the people Leaflets giving desirable infor mation about '-Soil Cultivation," "Sugar Beets," "Flax Fiber," and "Poultry liaising," sent free by F. I. Whitney, G. P. & T. A., Great North ern Railway, St. Paul, Minn., or furnished by Agent G. Harris of this place. The New York Times recently print ed a series of entertaining letters, descriptive of a trip by Charles Hal lock over the Great Northern Railway through Minnesota and North Da kota to Montana. He is enthusias tic ove...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 April 1891

X-j-i^jr^ PT^-* F*. *i* 3 Hk"3 SHREWD MEN. rartial list of loading farmers who have bought second hand machines ot COOKK ft OtiON ^^11 -won pleased.. Kev. J. s. DaTid. Ole O. Knutaon, Per Person. T. Kdgar. C. J. PIlBtrom. Fred Peterson. H. A ChrUtoHfrson. W. E. Wood. Iyer Krogatad. P. nagborg, Tobias Hanaon, Halror Amnndson, N. A. Nelson. T. W.Elliott. Note P. Amundson. H. H. Kallock. Charley Johnson. N. P. Nelson. V.d. V. Whitney. Langle* A Dahl, Ole K. Iverson. V. l Rud, J. Schlngel. Chr Pehrson. Holm Bros. Andre* & John Erlckson, O. H. Langlee. 01* K. Nelson. Nick Schantzen, Thorn Kolstad. Alex. Sreaas. R. Sternness, N. A. Frseborg. Ole John son, Claus Johnson, Richard Manaflald, E. H. Nelson. T. Baardson. Ed. Smith, A. P. JohsnsoB. James Haggard, H. O. Folden, Ole O. Lee. Only a few machines letf. COOKE 5 OLSON, LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Ladies Trimmed Hats at Win chester's. Ed Edlund went to Fargo last week. Go to Vine's and get your pork sausage. Our public school opened again...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 April 1891

EMUW-* V^T. Hi ft. a** w* ^^aaai B* i a*. fel '~|l 6,p *f. t* J.' 3fi/ WARREN SHHAF. J. P. MJLTTSON, Editor a^d Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, April 9, 1891. MINNESOTA SOLOM Condensed Proceedings of Both branches of tlio Minnesota Leg islature. What is Being Attempted in tho Way if Legislation by Onr law makers* Tuesday March. 31, SKXATC. Senator Daugherty's bill prohibiting pri vate banks came back from the committee on banks and banking with a recommenda tion that it be indefinitely postponed The Ouluth senator objected to such treatment, however, and succeeded in getting the bill le'erred to the committee of the whole. Iu the afternoon the first matter of im portance to como before the seiMtW wa9 Senator Donnelly's mortgage taxation bdl, which was on its final passage 'lheiewas no debate whatever Senator Lea\ut attempted to get an amendment lie lore the senate, but Senator Brown ob jected and the roll was called on tho bill The result showed 22 votes in its l...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 April 1891

'""H* ir -4 MISSING LINKS. Hon. Potiphar Peagreen is one of the celebrities of the Georgia Legisla ture. A deceased Los Angeles paper sunk $150 000 during the four years it was published. Campanini, failing to reach high in a concert at New York, rushed from the stage in tears. A contractor's lien of $76,545 has been Hied against Talmage's new Biooklyn Tabernacle. A Honduras editor who was sen* tenced to be shot was released on pay ment of $15,000 in cash. A minister iu England made bj inventing au odd toy that by windiug it with a string. A fruit grower at Brocton, picked neat ly fifteen thousand of jjiapes fiom half an acre of laud 18lJ0. The "bachelor" girl is now the term applied to the young woman who leaves the paternal home and strikes out for herself. Maine men do some strange things. The owners of an unsuccessful "pants factor}" ate converting it into a maple si tup factotj. Mexican contractors are importing thousands of Chiuese laborers to work on railroads in course of co...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 April 1891

hs* 4 t it.'. 1 WARRE N SHEAF. 5. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, April 9, 1891. No ONE compfoins'of the McKinley bill whoa carrying home a dollar's worth o! sugar. Few will question the claim that the more a man knows about his business the more profitable he can make it. Competition is so close now in every thing that the best posted man is usually the successful one. Farming is a science, and every farmer should "not only have the best books relating to his business but he should take agricultural journals as well as his home papers. A recent number of the Century Magazine contained a grapic account of the perils attending the trip of the first wagon train across the plains to California. It took over six months, every day of which was one of danger or hunger. Now the jour ney can be made in four and a hal days via the Montana route of the Great Northern Railway, from St. Paul or Minneapolis, in perfect safety and comfort, and three good...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 April 1891

$m 1$*\ WARRE N SHEAF. TtmMmttrtwtH-. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, April w,1891. No ONE coMpt&Wof the McKinley bill whet carrying home a dollar'* worth o! sugar. 'Few will question theclaim that the more a man knows about his business the more profitable he can make it. Competition no dose now in every thing that the best posted man is UftoaUy the success!nl one. Farming is a science, and every farmer should not only have the best books relating to his business but he should take agricultural journals as well as hfsschool home papers. A recent number'of the Century Magazine containedagrapic account o! the perils attending the tripof the first wagon train across the plains to California. It took over six months, every day of which was one of danger or hunger. Mow the jour ney can be made in four and a hal &*,$?? days via the Montana route of the ss Great Northern Railway, from St. Paul or Minneapolis, in perfect safety and comfort,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 April 1891

fr. 5T'J A. B. JVELSOW, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN Entered at the Poet Office at Warren ae Second Olass Mail Matter. SHREWD MEN. Partial Hat of leading farmers who hare bought second hand machines or COOKE A OLSON .A.1 1 -well pleased.. Rev. J. S. David. Ole O. Knntson, P*r Person. T. Edgar. C. J. Pilstro.n, Fred Peterson. H. Christ offerson. W. E. Wood. Iver Krogetad. P. Dngboric. Tobias Hanaon, Halvor Amandaon, N. A. Nelson. T. W. Elliott. Nols Amundson. H. H. Kallock, Charley Johnson, N. P. Nelson, Ed. F. Whitney, Langlee & Dahl. Ole K. Iverson, C. L. Rud, J. Schlegei. Chr Pehrson. Holm Bros. Andre* & John Erickson, O. H. I.anglee. Ole K. Nelson, Nick Scimntzen, Thorn Kolstad, Alex. .Svoaa-s. B. Stamness, N. A. Freeborg. Ole John sop, Claus Johnson, Richard MansBeld, E. H. Person. T. Baardson, Ed. Smith, A. P. Johanson. James Huggard, H. O. Folden, Ole O. L...

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 April 1891

4 J A fS8^ V* ^^ffw-?*r^^" ^^wr^fcww^Tw^gjj WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNT Y. Thursday, April 10 1891. MINNESOTA SOliOM Condensed Proceedings of Both branches oi tho Minnesota Leg islature. What is Being Attempted in the Way oi Legislation by Our Law makers. Tuesday April. 7, RFN VTE, Senator John Day Smith's bill proYidma lor tho method of tilling\acanciesm bttard of count\ eommisMonen \\as lbst arpa ontlj through a mi-uiidelstandinj* ot its etlcct, and Mr SinUh soonalterto vva" I seemed its reconsideration The bill authorizing tho refunding of jnoneys pai 0 14, a te by a vot at tix sales on state and school debate on techmtihties which Senatoi DoniwlU ltd the opposition Die Curntr bill roni the hotise providing mr the assessment ind ta\ ttion ot telegraph and telcD'ione lines was passed without am objtctio i the close of the calendar Senator San Inrn IOJ the 'late prison investigation, pre sented upph inentarv report on tlitJ sub ]eu...

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 April 1891

*A^ r- I J. WARREN SHHAF. J.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICI AL PAPER O THE COUNT Y. Thursday, April 16 1891. MINNESOTA SOLONS. 3^ Condensed hoceedings of Both ftronches of tho Minnesota Leg islature, ri*t,**m What is Being Attempted in the Way of Legislation by Oar Law makers. Tuesday April. 7, 8ENATB. Senator John Day Smith's bill providing lor the method of tilling vacancies boards ot comity commissioners was lost appar ently through a misunderstanding ot its eflect, and Mr. Smith soon after secured its reconsideration. The bill authorizing the refunding of moneys paid at tax sales on state and school lands was passed by a vote of 30 to 14, a:ter debate on technicalities, in which Senator Donnelly led the opposition. The Currier bill irotn the house providing for the assessment and taxation of telegraph and telephone lines was passed without any objection. At the close of the calendar Senator San born, for the state prison investigation, pre sented a supplementary report...

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 April 1891

it if* f*' The lews of the WeeL BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. THE 100th anniversary celebration of the establishment of the American pat ent system was begun in Washington, a large number of inventors participa ting. 1 -v .Washington Charles E. Kincaid, the newspaper correspondent on trial for the shooting of ex-Representative Taulbee, of Kentucky, in February, 1S90, was acquitted. ASSISTANT SECHETABY SPAULDING has decided that a Chinese laundryman is a laborer, and that the proprietor of a laundry is also a laborer within the I of the late Gov. David Wallace, brother meaning of the Chinese exclusion act. UE business failures in the United States during the seven days ended on the 10th numbered 243 against 243 the preceding week and 209 for the corre sponding week last year. IN Washington a national association of inventors Was organized, with Dr. (latling as president. HETUBNS to the department of agri culture for April show that the condi tion of the growing wheat crop t...

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