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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 April 1891

IF?! m* es iiTtrmfMfca-i f: J& & E33nr!c!H*9 i J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, April 16, 1891. PRESIDENT Harrison is making a tour of the southern States. IT cotfEs with poor grace of Ger many to prohibit the importation of American pork, when saur-kraut, thanks to the McKinley bill, is ad mitted into tha United States free. SENATOR WOOD has scored a point on Senator March. He has passed tiie Warreti charter while the latter has had no end of trouble with the Minnenpoles charter and will not get it through, THE legislature has practically agreed upon a plan to redistrict the state into congressional districts, conforming to the act of congress by which Minnesota will have seven in stead of five congressmen. We are placed in the seventh district which comprises the following counties: Marshall, Kittson, Polk, Clay, Trav erse, Swift, Stevens, Douglas, Otter Tail, Becker, Norman, Wilkiu, Big Stone, Kandiyohi,Pope, and Grant. The pop...

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 April 1891

*4^ i cr i, 5 A. B. NELSON, gr? INSURANCE AGENT?/ Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma vine, (ierman American (New York,) ami Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN rnlorod fit tlie Vost Office at Warrpn as Second XJlass Mail Matter. 3 SHREWD MEN. Pnrti.u list of leading farmers who hare lioiinlit second hand ninrbines of COOKE 4 OLSON -A-ll -well pleased.. lli-\ .1 S. VUvitl. Ole O. Kuutaon, I\ Person. Kdgar. Tilstwiin. Fred IVteraou, H. 4 lirKtofferaon. \Y. Wood. Tver Krogstad. P. Ongborg. TodinH Ilnnson, Ualvor Ainundson, A. NeNon, T. W Klliotr, Nols P. Amundaon, II. II. Kiillot-k, I'harle.v Johnson, N J*. Nelson, INI. V, hituev. I.anglee 4 D.ihl, Ole K. Iverson, 1.. IJud, Sehlogel. Oir Pehrson, Holm Bros. Andre* iv'John UnoKson, O H. J.anglee. Ole K. N-Non, NU-k Sdiantzeu, Thorn Kolstnd, Alex. .s\t ias, .StumHess, N A. Freeborg. Ole John son, CI.KIS Johnson, Richard Mansfield, E, H. Nelson. T. Baardson, Ed. Smith, A. P. Tohanson, James Huggard, H. O. Foldeu, Ole 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. — 23 April 1891

KS- 85. ft. I Sumom. sr*" 1 Kih ik ft K,v X'"'' 'V0 WARREN SHHAF. J.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIA PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, April 24, 1891. MINNESOTA SOLONS. Condensed froceedtags of Botli launches of the*Miunesota Leg islatura What is Being Attempted in the Way Legislation by Our Law "taakeis. \i Tuesday April. 14h, SKNAm greater The9enate speii% the rortioio the day upon the bill relating to the manajreni'ent of the Stillwater "prison. An amendment was attached instructing the board of managers to purchase another setot binding twine machinery at once. 4Tie number of the managers was induced Irom five to three. The-perfected bill was passed and sent to the house.' The forestry bill was indefinitely post poned by the senate. This bill provided ior the distribution of printed matter giv ing directions for cultivating trees and fbf preserving natural forests, it carried with *t annual appropriations of about $5,000. The bill relating to district courts, which "passed...

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 April 1891

*W. &'A* ft** ,!v* fo !t *v Kf at 'J J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OppfciAi, PAP ER OP THE COUNTY. Thursday, Aprtl 24, 1891, N MINNESO TA SOLONS. Condensed Proceedings of Both ^Itonjiches of the"Minnesota Leg- .*TO~ Mature, 4f* -V^ftS WliatfeBeing Attempted in the W*jj f?" of Legislation hv Our Law Ynakefc ilisjdistrict.e Thursday,-April, 16. BEKATK. THe routine proceedings'of the mofning i-e*sion were not of a very exciting charae- /L't$c* Tho Globe Almanac resolution vraM brought up again and received Its third de .feat. The Ramsey county bill providing 'Or the appointment of a galiqht inspector w\ St. Paul was recalled to the senate. A petition signed by 9.000-'oftb leading 7 bti3ioess nVfth SUPetti ircH|ilin* a.amst theposqa(f*i)f theJnteteat 4iH 1LM. No. 1. was read andme.i. Several petitions stains' (he baking powder bill were ahjo recelveit Unsuccess.u! ellorts were made to advance several bilk anions them beltfg H. V. 370. Mr. Bjorge'snfixed 1 Say.y.fromethe ^tsa...

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 April 1891

4 P- fl 1 i i & if It' gJU^jn 4.'^# he News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. FROM WASHINGTON. SECRETARY BLAINE'S reply to the Italian government on the subject of the New Orleans massacre on March 14 was made public. Mr. Blaine says aliens can claim nothing from a govern ment which it does not afford to its own citizens, but says that, under cer tain conditions, congress may be asked to help the widows of the men killed. The secretary quotes Daniel Webster to sustain the position taken by the United States. HE wife of E. W. Halford, the presi dent's secretary, died in Washington, aged about 40 years. DURING March exports of breadstuffs were S12,3S2,130, against 318,778,389 the same month last year. Exports of beef, hopf and dairy products were 813,304,153, against $10,565,658 during the same month of 1890. A BUt.L.ETiN has been issued by the census office giving the population of cities in the country containing 8,000 inhabitants or more. The total urban populat...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 April 1891

tyl r &*/: *#7 Si "V K3 WARRE N SHHAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAP ER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, April 24, 1891. AfARSHALl-COUNTY get8 $800 bridge money from the legislature HE Duluth & Winnipeg land grant bill Was killed in the senate. MAY 1st is Arbor Day. Every good citizen ought to set out at least one tree on that day. HE bill reducing the salaries of county officers in Marshall county failed to become a law. BRO. BIERLY, of the East Grand Forks News, is in the habit of getting out illustrated editions that are corkers. BLAINE has handled the Italian question with such wisdom and statesmanship that even the Demo crats admire him. HE state tax levy this year will lae 2.2 mills, the highest levy in the history of the state. And yet this wns a reform legislature. THE Democratic members of the legislature put themselves on record as opposed to the Australian election law. It was very foolish of theui to do so. JUDGING from the reports made by the various...

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 April 1891

I 21 ft gw I1-'' 4r- m. A^ *W 5 NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma- rine, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN. MINN Ealoreil nt the Post Office at Warren aa Second mass Mail Matter. i" i SHREWD MEN. "Partial llHt of leading farmers who haTe bought second hnn machines of COOKS A OLSOH -A.11 -well pleased.. Hew .T. S. lavid. Ole O. nut son, Per Person. T. Edgar, C.V. lMlstrom, Fred Peterson. H. rhri Htofferson. W. E. Wood. Iver Krogstad. P. naKliorut, Tobias Tlnnfcon, Haivor Amundson, N. A. Nelson. T. AV. Elliott. Nols P. AmHiidSotf. 11. H. Kalloek.rharley Johnson, N. P. NeftOn, Kd. httnP.v. Langiee & Da hi, Ole K. Iverson, L. Knd, .1. Schlngel. Chr Pehrson, Holm Br$a Andre* & John Brickson, O. H. I angV$ Ole K. Nelson. Nick Schantzen, Thorn KolBtad, Alex. Sveniw. B. Staniness, N. A. Freeborg, Ole John Hon, Cliius Johnson, Richard MansBeld. E. H. Nelson. T. Iiaardson. Ed. Smith, A. P. Johanaon. James Hnggard....

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 April 1891

i1 K ftft hi" I miMiA&t WARREN SHrJAF. Argyle Stephen P. MATTSON, Uro^,. Editor And Proprietor. **r OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thrd^, April 30, -1801.****' Vhe Reading of Book*, t'i v.-* Tnw*M' j. A] ma -T. Augsburg Box?'!!** Bloomer *j^' lllg Excel Eagle Point KoldithL Parkp Slnnott Mh Aa, active-minded bay "6* iAr\ can .find oat a great deal aftdut the world w Uv ia tfe* habit of attention, fey fookiag round and he or she can $et nftctt inspiration from the example *pf good men. and women. But thta knowledge can be added to iadetinttelv by reading, aud people will read ff they have a genuine ttesire lb know tilings, and are not, fts we ay, "too laay to live." When I hear a bov say that he does not know what to read* I wonder if he has no curiosity, is there nothing that he Wants to know about? Most children ask questions. It often happens tfeat the persons they ask can not answer the questions. Now, it is tb purpose of books to do Jrtst this Uiing which the particular person...

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 April 1891

8B8SP*" 4? ii v"j'' W I* ir feV^ :i-'aMLMMtatai Tie New so Mee k. BY TELEGRAPH AN MAIL."! FROM WASHINGTON.!^ In the United States the visible sup ply of groin on the 20th was: Wheat, *J'M80,100 bushels corn, 2,338,837 bush* els: oats, 2,508,477 bushels. HB commander of the military divi sion of the Pacific, Gen. Gibbons, has been placed on the retired list. JAMBS EVELKTH, for more than sixty years a clerk in the office of chief of engineers in Washington, died at the age of 82. Z. T. SWKRJTFA*. of Indiana, United States consul general at Constanti nople, has tendered his resignation. FOR the twelve months ended March 31 the exports of merchandise we*e valued at $872,010,577 and the Imports at $835,631,420. Exports of gold were $30,809,687 and of silver $23,087,981. Thft excess of exports over imports of gold and silver was $18,873,887. The statement shows a balance of trade in favor of the United States of $22,750,000. HE immigration into the United States for the months ended March...

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 April 1891

4 WARRE N SHEAR J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietors^ "OFFICIAL, PAPER OF THE COUNTY. 4 Thursday, April 30, 1891. J. S. CLARKSON, UNCLE SAM'S SHEAF of Iowa, has been elected president of the .Republican League. GEN. VON MOLTKB^ perhaps the greatest military genius of our time, is dead. PRESIDENT HARRISON is ranking Somevery alWhsand patriotic speeches onhiatrip^'V^'^ "OLD HUTCH", N the great wheat operator on the Chicago Board of Trade, is reported to have failed. treasury holds out well in spite of the frequent raids Upon it. The amount of money in thetreasury on thofirstof this month was over $761,000,060. S THE TIN CAN seems destined to be come as famous in our country's his tory ns the log cabin. A tin canstand filled with sugar would be an appro priate Republican motto in 1892, THE SHEAF wants an active correspondent in every town the county. We will send the paper free to all correspondents and will ^also furnish necessary stationery. Cor respondences may be written in any la...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 May 1891

V* ,-WWlr I fA."Oijjtairim e.?SL tmidasxKmm A. B. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, BeprowMits the St. Paul Fire & Ma rino, German American (New York,) and Commercial tfoitifmnipd. WARREN, E'ilor( at tUf Pnat Otflcoat, Warren as Sooonil niass Mail Matter. SHREWD MEN. I'nrtinl list ol loading farmers who have buiiftlir sM-tiiitl hand machine* COOKK JC OLSON -A.11 -well pleased.. It 1 X. David. Olo O. Kmitson, IVr Person, IM^nr, .1. I'ilnh'oin, Frt'd Peterson, H.i rlinstofft'iwon. \V. Wood, Ivor KroKHtad. 1* Dasthorjc. ToUias Hanson, Halvor Anuindson. N. A. Nelson. T. W. Elliott, Nols P. Amumison. II. II. Kalloek. Tharle.v Johnson, N. P. Nelson. K.I. V. Whitney. I.anplee A lahl Oh K. Iverson. I.. Kiul, .1. Sohlesel. Chr Pehrson, Holm Bros. Andre.v & John Krhkson, O. II. I.niiKlee, Ole K. Nelson, Niek Sohaiitzen, Thorn Kolstad, Alex. Svenas. It. Stniiini'SH, N. A. Freeborn. Ole .lohn- *n Claus .loliiison, Itichard Mansiield. K. H. Nelson. T. Itaardson, Kd. Smith, A, P. .lohanson. James ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 May 1891

ST* n^^^^^S^^^^^^^^^J^^^^^X^ i^mHm t$**WQ&$ a WARREN SHEARS J. P. MATTSON,t#*4 Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THS COUNTY*. Thursday, May 7, 1801. HE leading statesmen of New South Wales have taken a determined stand j^in ftevor of the enfranchisement of women. IN the case of a man who killed him self recently, an English jury rendered a verdict that the deceased "committed suicide at the instigation of the devil." DONNA IsibbRA COVSINO in """imposed to be the richest the world. ooo. Chili Is woman in Her monthly income is $80,- She fs a stately widow of thirty five years and a famous horsewoman. 4 mineral has-been discovered to Which the name sanguinite has been given. It is bronze-red id fejblor by re flected light, and upon analysis is found to contain silver, arsenic and sulphur. IT is reported that the Panama canal van be completed for 600,000,000 francs. *TThis frank statement" will not be par ticularly relished by the Parisians who have already put so many million...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 May 1891

I. I*. it v. [fc I C-" sill The News of the Week. BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROfw* WASHINGTON. THK United States has been notified by the Chinese government of its un willingness to receive Hon. Henry W. Elair as minister to China. THK public debt statement issued on the 1st showed the total debt to be 1,548,678,451 cash in the treasury, $700,162,858 debt less cash in the treas ury, 848,5.15,593. Decrease during April, 81,5H,337. Decrease since June 30, 1800, $56,633,288. THE business failures in the United States during the seven days ended on the 1st numbered 255 against 205 the preceding week and 211 for the corre sponding week last year. IN this country Labor day was gen* erally observed by parades and other festivities. THROUGHOUT the country an increase in the volume of trade was reported, and merchants were more confident as to the future. DURING April 117,000 gold pieces"were coined, of the value of $1,920,000 4,438,- 000 silver pieces of the value of $2,893,- 000, and minor 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. — 7 May 1891

1 1 ^T* WARREN SHEAF. .If. T. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. ClFFICIAJL PAPfiH OP THE COUNTY. Thursday, May 7, 1891. WHO is the father of reciprocity? Therecanbe only one answer to that question, and it i James G. Blaine. :head THE SHBAF wants an active SHEAF correspondent in every town in thedamaged county. We will send the paper free to all correspondent* and will also furnish necessary stationery. Cor respondences raay be written in anyfarmingto language and we will guarantee their appparnnce in good English. The understands all languages spoken in Marshall county, including Gaelic. AN Indiana man has invented a self acting r0 "WE ENCLOSE milker. It is thus do8crfl)ed in the columns of an es teemed rural contemporary: An eccentric, three inches in diame ter, is attached to the cow's jaw. Ftoin this leads a wire connecting with Plastic nipples on the udder, each of which is fitted with a valve, making it an air pump when in mo tion. When the cow chews her food the eccentric revol...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 May 1891

1 1 SHEAF tfc* hi i ation 5 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 as Second Class Mail Matter. SHREWD MEN. Partial Hat of leading- farmers who har* bought second hand machines of COOKB & OLSON .A.11 -well pleased.. Rev. J. M. Davlti. Ole O. Knutson, Per Person. T. Ktlgar. C. J. l'llstrom. Fred Peterson. H. 4 chrlstofferson. W. E. Wood. Iver Krogstad. P. Da^bora, Tobias Hanson, Halvor Amnndson, N. A. Nelson. T. W. Elliott, Nols 1*. Amundson, 11. H. Kallock. Charley Johnson, N. P. Nelson, Kil. F. Whitney. Langlee & Dahl. Ole K. Iverson. C. L. Kud, J. 8ehlprel. Chr Pehrson, Holm Bros Andre*- & John Erickson. O. H. Langlee. Ole K. Nelson, Nick Schantien, Thorn Kolatad, Alex. Nveaas. II. Staraneaa, N. A. Freeborg. Ole John son. Claus Johnson. Richard Mansfleld, H. Nelson. T. Baardaon, Ed. Smith. A. P. Jooanson, Jumea Hnggard, H...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 May 1891

taaaaam WARREN SHKAF. J. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPEK O TBE COUNTY* Thursday, Mo^ 14, 1891. THE ARIZONA KICKER. Watr 'Editorial Machinery Sometimes Slips a Cog. We extract the following from the la*t issue of the Arizona Kicker, which. Game out on a half-sheet: EXPLANATOKY.We owe our ttoattt'fts an apology for the half-straet we were obliged to issue this week. Monday morning, as w^ entered the post-office after our mail, which, by the way, is five times as large as that of anv othtor establishment in Arizona Mir. \Vana maker's man Frida.y Who was appointed postmaster ajgwifrst the protests of nino kenths of vrtir people, came out in the iorridor and demanded a personal Apology for what the Kicker said about him last week. In our pioneer days, when we lived on roots and hadn't a sec ond shirt to our back, we used to get down and crawl whenever requested. We felt that we had to. We were a ten der-foot and lacked sand. A change came. We haven't been doing any creepin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 May 1891

J i V i\ ItJP Acirll engineer In Germany must study and practice nine years under gov* eminent supervision before he can make independent engagements. A vegetable flannel is made in (Ger many of fine leaves which are woven into undergarments and clothing of various kinds. One great advantage is no vermin will lodge in clothes made from the material. The art of making red glass for church windows, as practiced in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, was lost for a long time and was only re covered in 182ft. the modern product is still interior to the ancient. The mollusks that bore into the in sulation of submarine cables are pro nounced to be a species of teredo. The embryo is said to penetrate between the iron wires of the sheathing and lurk in the jute until strong enough to cut through the gutta-percha. Manufacturing statistics show that tho State of New York leads in the production of underwear, while Penn sylvania is far ahead In the making of stockings. Seamless stockings are...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 May 1891

$ k, IV A if* n, m$r'' IP f5 IP' mk i %S WARREN SHEAF. MArTTSON* Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPKR O TH E COUNTY. Thursday, May 14, 1801 THOMAS TOPP ER of Augsburg has been appointed Alliance lecturer and organizer for this judicial district. It tan good thing to stand in with Eva. COMPTROLLER ROCHE, of St. Paul, died suddenly in a street car on Mon day evening. He has for many years leon a prominent figure in St. Paul politics a man of sterling qualities, universally loved and respected. GOOD COUNTRY roads are a sure indication of the thrift* energy and enterprise of any community, The degree of civilization of n, country or nation is frequently measured by theconditfon of it's public roads and highways Alan in his savage state witt not build roads he prefers to make use of .the paths of the wild beasts of the forest, or such natural road id as may exist. The ridge known as the "Indian Trail" east of here has been put to such use per haps for centuries. Now it is not our intent...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 May 1891

W: 4L ft**- P-V ft' ft*, s*i K- Sfe'1 ft. I *& *Au* "sf- S ft- 47 THOMAS TOPPEK of Augsburg has been appointed Alliance lecturer and organizer for this judicial district It is a good thins to stand in with Eva. COMPTROLLER ROCHE, Goon of St. Paul, died suddenly in a street oar on Mon day evening." Helms for many years been a prominent figure in St. Paul politiesa mah.of sterling qualities, universally loved and respected. COUNTRY roads area sure indication of the thrifty energy and enterprise of any community, The degree of civilization of n. country or nation is frequently measured by' theconditmn of it's public roads and highways.' Man in his savage state witt not build roads he prefers to make use otthe paths of the wild beasts of the forest, or such natural road beds as may exist. The ridge known as the "Indian Trail" east of here has been put to such use per haps for centuries. Now it is not our intention to write an essay on roads, but simply to call the atten tion of the ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

{I I i SHREWD MEN. %i. Vnrtlal list of leading farmers who have )nngh second hand machines of COOKR & OLSON -A-ll -well pleased.. Ilov. S. Pavid. Ole O. Knatson, Per Person. T. Kilwir. J. Pilstrom, Fred Peterson, riinstofferson. \V. E. Wood, Tver Krogstnd P. Diifrliori TobiftH Hanson, Halvor Amnndaon. N* A. Nelson. T. W. Elliott, Ncls P. Amundson. H. II. Kivlloek. Thnrlev Johnson, N. P. Nelson, I'M. Whitiu'v, T.anplee & Hani, Ole K. Iversou, I,, liud. Schl.-prei, fh Pehrson, Holm Broa. Andre* & John Kricknon, O. H. I.anglee. Ole K. Nelson. Nick Sclmutxen, Thorn Koistad, Alex. SNCDIIH. stnmneNi, N A. Freeborg. Ole John ston. Claim Johnson, Richard Mansfield. E. H. Xclson. T. ltanrdsou. Ed. Smith. A. P. Johansou, .1 nines Hnggnrd, II. O. Folden, Ole O. Lee. Only a few machines left, COOKE cSs OLSODSr. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Priors of wheat: No. 1 Hurd 90 eta. 88 85 Oiits Go to 75 1 Northern Farming: lands are in great de- llUUIll. Ladies Trimmed Hats at Win chester's. A Roo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
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