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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

I i .a,*' &Vr|iftv. i ^!^!-s^!" WARREN SHEAF. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, May 21, 1891. UEORGE FRANCIS TRAJN is due in New York July 4, returning- from his second trip around the world. ROBERT SHAW, of Brooklyn, N. Y., owns the old gun with which Israel Putnam shot the wolf. HON. HORAC-S CLINTON, successor to Senator Reng-an, resig-ned, will bo the first native Texan to sit in tho United States senate. NE XT fall a guutlemun fifty-three years of age will enter the class of '04 of Princeton college. During tho civil war he was a sophomore in that institu tion, bat left it to fight for his country. SOMETHING like 20000 oil wells have "been drilled in the United States since the discovery of petroleum, which at an average cost of $2,000, which is very low, gives a total expenditure of $400,"- 000,000. A MAX iu Arkansas has, after two years of litigation, been acquitted of the charge of killing his neighbor's pio-. It has cost the state $5,000, the accused ^.OOO an...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

#S %f M4dV *4 if?1 JrV ft' I ,-l 8k S T* MMAA 'tf WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, May 21, 1801. .,r GEORGEyFRAKGIS TRAJN is due in New fflt^ or ul 4 3 returning from his second v^' triji around the world. ^ya* X&IOBERT SHAW, of Brooklyn, N. Y., $|^$? owns the old gun with which Israel 'ftr J^ Putnam shot the wolf. N HON. HORACS CLINTON, successor to Senator Reagan, Tesigned, will be the j^ first native Texan to sit in the United j* A States senate. 4 "NEXT fall a gentleman fifty-three years of age will enter the class of '94ficiary 'Vl of Princeton college. During the civil war he was a sophomore in that institu 4 lion, bat left it to fight for his country SOMETHING like 200*000 oil wells have "been drilled in the United States since the discovery of petroleum, which at an average cost of 2,000, which is very low.'gives a total expenditure of $400,* 000,000. A MAN in Arkansas has, after two years of litigation, been acquitted of the charge of killin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

JBi, INDEX OF CHARTER of City of Warren. feY CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS. CHAPTER I. SKC. 1. Creation of corporation. SKC. 2. City boumlArlcn. Sue. 3. Platted additions, ho annexedi CHAPTER II. SEC. 1. Eteetiw officers. SEC. 2. Election district, offlccra. qualifica tions and term o( ofilee. SKC. -Annual elections. SKC. 4. First election, how held. Special elections, Election*, how conducted, tie elec tions, qualifications of voters, va onncy, how filled officers not to be l*teraite in cautracU, offlwrs' oaths and bonds. Failure to elect. SKC. SEC. e, SEC. CHAPTER III. THE DUTIES OF OFFICERS. SKC. 1. Power and duties of mayor, alder man to net in his absence. City recorder, power and salary of, deputy recorder. City attorney, power of city consta ble. Treasurer, powers, duties and bond of. SEC. 5. Assessor, salary, power and duties of, board ot_equs\lization, SKC. 0. Street commissioner, power, duties and salary of. City surveyor. City justices. Acting city justices. SEC. 11). Attendance ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

VTs-sfY" Js^ "^m^7^ix W,v j\. fei ,ao* constable under the laws of thh atate swdh bonds shall be filed the*fllce the city recorder for the use a 11 persons, CHAPTER V. THE CITY COUNCIL, ITS GENER- IC AL POWERS AND DUTIES. SECTION ON& ClWSOBKttL' QWMfttM, STYLE OF OK- fttNAKCfe. The mayor, recorder nnd aldermen whsSt constitute the City Council *Tne style of all ordinances shall bo -The City Council of the City of War ren do ordain." A majority of the councilmen shall constitute a quorum but a less num ber may meet at the time of any stated meeting and adjourn and all business transacted at such adjourn ed meeting shall have the same va lidity as if done at a stated meeting. SECTION TW O BEGULAR AND SPECIAL MEETINGS OF COUNCIL. The city council shall hold stated meetings which shall be held as pre scribed by the resolutions of the council, and the mayor may call special meetings of the council h) a notice to each of the members to be delivered personally, or left at their usual p...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

1 n'. Hw same manner. SECTION FOUR. APPEAL HOW TAKEN. Within ten (10) days after ver dict any land owner whose land lias been found necesaary to be takeu, may appeal from the award of damages to him, in such verdict to the district court, and the city ma}' likewise appeal from the award of damages to any owner by filing with such justice "a notice of appeal, specifying whether the ap peal is from the whole award to him or a part, and if a part, what part, and therewith a bond with two (2) sufficient sureties, to be ap proved by the justice, to pay all cost that may be awarded against such appellant on the appeal and paying the justice for the return thereof. Any party not so appealing whall be forever concluded by such verdict or appraisement. Upon an appeal-being taken, the justice shall transmit to the clerk of the district court, within ten (10) days, the no tice of the appeal and bond, and thereto annex a copy of all papers find proceedings before him, with his certificate there...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

Bame manner. 4 \i, siw*. u"' ,A1* SECTION FOUR. ,F_k3 APPEAL HOW TAKEN. ~j$F% Within ten (10) days after ver- ^!^Y/:: diet any land owner whose land j^,/&Xf$ has been found necessary to be tsffi? takeu, may appeal from the award $Pi~'"' of damages-to him, in such verdiot jji. to the district court,' and the city jt,U. *ma likewise appeal from the award of damages to any owner by filing with such justice^ notice of H^f'"'. appeal, specifying whether the! ap- |i,r peal is from the whole award to him or a part, and if a part, what part, and therewith a bond with two (2) sufficient sureties, to be ap-and proved by the justice, to pay allleys, cost that may be awarded against 1 such appellant on the appeal and paying the justice for the return thereof. Any party not so appealing shall be forever concluded by such verdict or appraisement. Upon an appeal-being taken, the justice shall i transmit to the clerk of the district court, within ten (10) days, the no ticeof the appeal and bond...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

*#"& y, 8&S A S 'ft*. s^*, "'%~f '4 +M'm 1 y^' & i*. viOOQS. & T.fUisAmm3gti% S aKyy,srH*j M*t ,.&' Sells goods for cash. %i, 4i* HardwarerSfove^antfTiiiiware Paints. Oils, Varnishes and Brushes, Pumps, Gas Pipes and Fittings^Xutlery and Sporting i ja&$>- COBNEB STOBE ipl Agent for HOUSEHOLD DOMESTIi Ifcnd WHEELER & WILSO N Sewing ma- chines. First class Tin Shop in connectioj with Store Powell WHITNEY BLOCK For-FireiTdr Ha Mone JjLLoa no Rea Estat of Chattli Security __ Fire a LWDBER6 LUNDGREN HEADQUARTERS FAR MACHINERY wj^f,- -Sj.9%^A if.^,-u s4. jr'*5'1 K/! mm TQraad0=and Aldermen Justices, Conslable i MarsKal A 'V^^Ml^ A Assent, and Hail ^l"\f J,^-! mm G. C. WINCHESTER, We sell the well-known McCormich Binders, Mowers and HayraJtes, the J. 1. Case, C, Aitltmdn^ Co, and Minnesota Chief Engines and Threshers.' Also Plows, Cultivators, Steel Scrapers, Wagons) Bug- gies, Carts, etc. etc. Second Hand Twine Binders and Mowers soldSforlihalf what they are...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

1 1 A "if- i WW llow Nvery llodr Can Help to Avert Staolt Pain anil Trouble. Evil is wrought by lack ot thought A*. wH as luck of hoart, which is another way of saying thai 'Ciirclpssnoss is selfishness, and may ro suit in as dire a mishap as if premedi tated and prompted by malice. Some one uses, leaves on the spot and forgets whore, the clothes-brush, shovel, mngs hammer, rake, pitchfork, shears and scores of other articles used in com mon by several persons. Who can meas-' tire the bother, waste of time* and per haps 'oss of temper this form of care lessness brings abr.ut? What caused that long, lacerated scratch on that woman's hand? Some irl or woman left a pin in the under clothing which she sent to the wash, and that ugly-looking scratch on the jaundress' hand was the result U30 a pin in clothing where a button or Hiring should bo indicates untidy hab its, but to leave the pin where it may do other persons damage indicates some thing worse. leave bottles of poison unlablod, o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

iS -J*. DON'T f^ i T*-." 8L' $. *r. &/" 1ft :li Haw Krery Uodr Can llalp to Avart Btaeli Pain aatf Troable. Evil is wrought by lack of thought As well as luck of hoart, which is another way of saying thai ^carelessness is selfishness, and may re sult in as dire a mishap as if premedi tated and protnptod by malice. iSo?ne one uses. Leaves OK the spot and forgets whore, the tothes~bru*h,shovel, lon^i, hammer, rake, pitchfork, shears and scores of other articles used in com* won by several persons. Who can meas** ure the bother, waste of time, and per-" haps Joss ot temper this form ol care* lessnoss brings about? TVhafc caused that long, lacerated scratch on that woman's hand? Some girl or woman left"a pitf in the under clothing which she sent to the wash, and that ugly-looking scratch on the Jaundress* hand was the result To uao a pin in clothing where a button or string should bo indicates untidy hab its, but to leave the pin where it may do other persons damage indicates some t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 May 1891

9" WARREN SHEAR J. P. MATTSDN, Editornd Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, May 21, 1801. THE Charleston has not tural the Itata. I BLAINE wants the Minnesota delegates to the National Republican Convention in 1892, Minnesota will hardly object. PRESIDENT HARRISON and party liave returned to Washington) hav ing traveled over 10,000 miles. The president made 140 speeches on the trip. THE Minneapolis Journal Is a wide nwake progressive newspaper and is ably nnd ctttefully edited. Each number aeems nn improvement on th preceding one. And One good thing nbout the Journal is that it reaches it's subscribers in Warren thesame morning that it is published in Minneapolis. Such enterprise is commendable. AT THE great convention of the Farmers' Alliance and other indust rial unions held in Cincinnatti this week, it was practically decided to place a national ticket in the field in 1892. Great enthusiasm has pre vailed in the convention which num bered over 1800 delegates. Our o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 May 1891

1!. REWD MEN, l' ir!i il 1 i-s* of lcaIin farmers who liavo Ill Sf.-oiid Itailtl ni:\ehillt's of CoilKR & Ol.sON -A.11 ^xrell pleased.. 1. S..l. Kimtson, IVr IVrson .1. I'iistrom".M Froil IVtwsons.t IIl..jfcr I. Ivo Krouat. "i Iif.i.-i4 lluisan, llalvor AniiiiulKoii. N -.)ii V. \V. Kliioli. NVls 1'. AiinindrJoii K.'i'liiivc. vliMi'it'y 0 \Y 1' .lohiw.m. .V. Wis,,,, iiilliry. l.an.u-W A lalil Olf K. Iv.-rson', -I. S.-nl.-u-.-l. ciir lYhrson. Holm l?n \.l"iiii r.nr sou, H. |,nn! 01.. K. ^-!nnr/t'!i Tliom Kolstiul, Alex. Sijniincss. N. A. I'lvoliors:. ok- Johil- 1:IIIH .liihiisoii, Civharil Miinsftolil ln, Oh o_. f4W. machines loft. 2 -JVrinuol l'ool 'UsiliCS S. :!i:!nlzen ^i.inir llii.s wink, -I'a rm -oii^-ht a O SCOST. AM) OTHERWISE of whon't II.-ml N... 1 1 Xiirtli(ii) 'nts SDots. ST N.~i to 75 i* at Crookston -t!- Mson Mini Mr. Fislibnnispent iiul.tv last in Crookston. The Hoard of Comity Commis- HOIK is nro in session litis week. Dr. IJohoi-tson, the Crookston was in theoify 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. — 28 May 1891

iV^ A, B. JYELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, TCepmsents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, (icrninn American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. .v^JSKassfca^ WARREN, i* Kulor at tho Post Office at Warron as Soooiul Class MaUMatter. SHREWD MEN. Vnrtinl list of leading farmers who linve IXMIK1I so(onrhan iimchlnoH of COOKK & OLSOX -Awll -well pleased.. .A"i,. ,xvl ii. Knntaon, Pe Person ,r-n i'H^rom* *'rc-l Petersonr ,51'"- UiiNfoff.j-soi Wood, lver Krowst.ul. inonrj?. Tobin Hanson, Hah or Aniundaon. N iWso, 'v.l.:uKleo Mill, Ol.e K. I\ iii. T. W.KHiorr Xel Anuinilson Kauork. vhnrlov Johnson, N l* N hItl II II Kallork vhnrlo Johnson N i Nelson, ersoti, Bros. ....Pjtlee Ol K. kelson. Ni Selinntzeii, Thoin Kolstad, Alex .sveiii stamness, N A. Fipphorfr. Ole .Tolin Kon, Ian* .lohiiHon, Rich.ml Mansfield. E II S,"1"SH. ,,U I'hr Pehi-son, Holm 'J"J .\nlnrt \.fohn KMokKnn, O. II. I,anpW 0 rolrten, Ole u. JLeo. Oi.ly a IVw' COOKE macliines left. as SO:LT LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. .Pr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 May 1891

?f$$$^ $' i! i'1i L# ,8s*' 1 Kt* 1 W, Slly^ WARREN SHEAF. J.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor.* OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, May 28, 1891. THE post office department at Wash ington is receiving favorable reports from the experimental delivery service established in small towns. HIRAM MAXIM, inventor of the Maxim irun, has spent $43OO in the construc tion of a ttyinjf machine, and claims that he is ou, the eve of complete suc cess. If, It is like other machines of its ki nd there will be no flies on it. A N exchange say s: "Th summer girl is here." Of course she is. Life would not be wor th living- witho ut her. I she were not here the summer re sorts would close, grass would grow in the pavements and rust would accumu late on the rails of the great lines soon to be loaded down with twstdvy dog house trunks. A YOVXG nian with a mathematical turn of mind has solved the following: Axtel \va sold for $105,000, he Weighed 1,050 pounds, the purchaser paying $100 per pound, mi re...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 May 1891

J' I' *V= 'isJi}ifflfei#itn .&drtS^!ri^'i its of the Week. BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. Tun president has issued a proclama tion opening' up to settlers 1,600,000 acres of land in the Fort lievbhold In dian i-^oney in North Dakota. i Tin: busine ss failures in ths United States during- the seven days ended on the JJd numbered 254, against 237 the proeedhi^- week and 222 for the corre spondin^f week last year. 'I MKHTHAMHKK exports during April were valu ed at $70.!:- 1,540, against 63,- 52:,: 15 in April, iS'JO. Imports during April were valued at $81,209,686, against $71,032,140 in April, 1800. IN April 85,001. immigrants arrived in' this country, against 54,312 in April, 1800. Of th is number Germany fur nished 2 2.755: Italy. 13,123 Ireland, 0,802: England an-l'Wales, 5,513 Aus tria-Hungary, s.iir.v, Sweden and Nor way, 15,502, and Russia, 4,272. A.CENSUS mritKAir statement shows the number of members of the Mormon church iu the I'nited States to be 144,- 852, of w...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 May 1891

*U~M WARREN SHKAF. I MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, May 28, 1891 HOPE ACADEMY. We had the pleasure last week to be present tit the first annual com mencement of the Hope Academy in Moorhead, Minn. This popular in stitution of learning has completed another prosperous school year Seven teachers have been employed during the year and the attendance ha* been as high as 140. Principal Challmnn has spared no effort to make the school a success, and in this he has been ably seconded by the other tenchers. Last week was an interesting one at Hope. On Sunday a graduates' sermon was preached by Rev. Prof. S. G. Swenson, followed by an address by the principal. The Star Lyce um gave an interesting entertain ment on Wednasday evening, when five members of the graduating class delivered their essays. Andrew N. Pnlmquist had written on Happiness: Jennie Wedin on Music as an Edu cator Miss Anna Anderson on La bor itself is Pleasure C. Fredrickson on Extreme Views are Easiest and Miss C...

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 June 1891

S* 5 rt & 1 tr E-Homl .vuiu. Post St.. St. OMI.nt V.irr,.,, u, s,,,, ''!-^s M:nlM ittor. SHREWD INrHal list of K-.LILH^ I'oii^hr s., ,i rmM S whl fillyil ltllU o(|K| 0L N A.11 -wen pleased.S.O Only a iVw midlines left. CCOJECIE cs O SON. LOCALS AM) OTHERWISE. lMt't'S of \ll('{|f N 1 Hani 7 ot 1 .Voi'llnni s.~) OtltH o~ to ?r 'ni.'hourdofcouiilycoininis.sion- ^swillin.Tt .luiit* 11th. -H"' State Audit.,r will lvl I 1 i:- i.'Jtli (o.M.)lM-ho(n,- ur Thompson,}, nVh ninner of 35IM- Woods, w.-is in town Saturday. -TJ,^ W. T. I*, will moot uith Jlis. IVrimrd Friday, r,.ltt :i.-:iO I in. Fn*]. fM, tronl, w|,- 0 --Mr. .F. ?,I. J{\ fM, am l'i-k'Hm.|-:v,(| by ,J. pihlstion] i e\t r\ Satun.iu tiu i Joi.n KixH .sp.Mit a r.-w davs.-.t ^'.'M SujMM-ior, Wi^ this uock, iv tii! iin lliisii.oriiino-. jm one of Ary\l.''s H-JM and in/Jtj.i,tij,] l.iiMn^'mni, ^a^ in town hist Frid IV. -W .If..r WaikfM-, il.p ehnnipiou I'MS-hall play.M- in I his part of tlu 'Hiiitry, i-jiini- up Saturday. '-onHne him...

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 June 1891

I 4i WARREN SI1KAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPEK OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, June 4,1891. jjjj,TWEXTY-ONE IlaTian immigrants who Arrived in New York on board the steamer Massalia were debarred from landing on thq ground that they were k-cvict. j NEWS comes from Sa Francisco that cargo of 100,000 pounds of opium has fost been smuggled in from China. A duty on the drug is $12 per pound the bpium ring makes 1,200,000 on the deal. WALTER HAYNES has lived upott Haynes hill, Brimfield, Mass., since he jvas eighteen months old. is 101 Sf ears how, has a wife of 03 ard a sister S3, and the horse he yet drives about jconfesses to 36 years. I THE Grand Duke Nicholas, of Russia, jprhodied recently, received at various jthTaes in his career no less than thir teen milliqn rubles as part of the pro foeds ofjjuilitary "jobs." This story is Ppenly. circulated in Russia. JL-'' V1'' 1 ft!-.. S3 4t* r-v* ".V.A M.L-U-^uas THERE is no danger of the Japs over sleeping themselves. Th ...

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 June 1891

I I & -4&$ alais iThe News of the Week. BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. 1 Dumxa the week ended May 23 the issue of standard silver dollars from the mints was 314,438. The issue dur ing- the corresponding1 period of last year was $308,004. IN the United States the visible sup ply of grain on the 25th was: Wheat 18,201,735 bushels corn, 4,404,585 bush els oats, 3,071,705 bushels. HK United States supreme court during* its term just closed disposed of 017 cases. This breaks the record. The largest number of ca *s ever disposed of by the court her./toJure in one ses sion is 470. IN a dispatch to the state department Minister Ryan reports that over one half of the Mexican imports now come from the United States. SECKHTAUY FOSTER holds that polyg- amisti under Ihe debarred class of immigrants heieafter should not be al lowed to enter the United States. Rr.i'HKSKNTATivES of the 1'ivsbyteri an, Protestant Episcopal, Baptist and Methodist Episcopal churches organ ized the Ame...

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 June 1891

t- is** \H( ft*? i- i & fe% i KLi H^ ||?f llCtV-* i. EII?' F^"' WARREN SHEAF. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPEH O THE COUNT*-. Thursday, June 4,1891. Proceedings- of the Board of County Commissioners at Their Meeting Held May 26th, 1891. ^Meeting called to order by chair man. Full board present. Tlie petition of T. M. Brown and others for the location of a county road through the Towns of Sinnott and Tamaroc was granted. A, L. Nutting, Anion Hill and Eli Dal quist were appointed a committee to view and locate the road. Said committee to meet at the Frisco Farm in the Town of Tamarac on the 10th day of June, 1891. at 10 o'clock A, XT. The petition of Ole Johnson and others for the formation of a new school district to be composed of territory described as follows, to-wit: Sections number 22, 23, 2-1, 25 26, 27, 34, 35, 36, town 156, range 43, and sections 19, 30, 31, town 156, range 42, is granted a hearing for June 11th, 1891. The petition of Ole 0 livgh and others for the f...

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 June 1891

3r I I 1 ft*-'' J** bargains S Thr Uriah L. Craig farm 6 W'/frtf KT^ ofArgyle. 'The It. ICivel far in two liuji's 8. W.ofArgyle. The H. Fori coax farm, juries north of Warren. The 'ieory farm S m. cast of Argyle. v\\ pony loam four ,iu Ave years old. well mntrlHul and well lirokowill .soil if taken this '.vtck. ''00A'.f OLSON, V'arren, Minn. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. ^..W:Prices of wheat: Ni 1 Hard vSj 1 Northern S5 0: ,k G5 to 75 Ki'v. J. A. [Trnos lias moved info the Hodman horiso. Hoots, shoos, hats, ens ami gloves at Frjinson'y. Mis. A. Vino visited at C'rook ston tlu fore part of the week. MenY. ladies', misses' and ehiidvens line shoes at Franson's. John E. Ustrom and wife drove over to Grand Forks tliis morning-. Elegant patterns in Outing- Flan- nels at Winchester's Lindbergh Lundgren are right side up this week. Observe their ad. Rubbers-all styles and all sizes at Franson's shoe store. Mrs. A. CJrindelaml was taken suddenly sick last week but is now improving. Ladies Trimmed J...

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