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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 June 1891

--s- I W I 4 n4i' WARRE N SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY ta^ Thursday,June 11,1891. THE state of Pennsylvania is to erect monuments at Gettysburg to Meade, Reynolds and Hancock. I^HE venerable Bishop Crowther, one of the best known missionaries in Africa, was born a savage in Guinea. BROOKLYN has a girl forger aged eleven and a boy burglar aged eight, so it will be seen that the male sex is still clearly in the lead. THE duke of Rutland is credited with exercising the most influence over Queen Victoria of any individual since the death of the earl of Eeaconsfield. Miss ELIZABETH LA W, who was buried at Lebanon, Pa., a few days ago, was 60 years old and the last of nine maiden sisters, all of whom died at advanced ages. THESE seems to be no question about the aging effect of her many sorrows upon the Princess Clotilda, widow of the late Prince Napoleon. Though only 48 years old, her once blonde hair is white. 1)EATHS of octogenarians and tho...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 June 1891

i I tv J? I A MMH^^MiiMit TheNews of the Weelc. BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. IN the United States the visible sup ply of grain on the 1st was: Wheat, 17,493,733 bushels corn, 5,183,728 bush els oats, 4,243,566. HE president has appointed William D. Owens, of Indiana, to be superinten dent of immigration, with a salary of $4,000 per annum. THK six years' sentence of Bobert Siegel, son of Gen. Siegel, has been re duced by the president to two years and nine months. HE business failures in the United States during the seven days ended on the 30th numbered 224, against 254 the preceding week and 205 for the corres ponding week last year. HE exchanges at the leading clear ing-houses lu tha United States during the week ended on the 6th aggre gated $1,145,993,095, against $650,054,- 463 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week of 1890 the decrease amounted to 26.2. THE EAST. HE death of Dr. Benson J. Lossing, the historian, occurred at his home near Poughkeeps...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 June 1891

.A tWrsday, June 11,1891. THE Fargo Argus refers to Jim Hill's railroad as the Great Nothing. THE WARREN SHEAF publishes the city charter in order Mm* it* ready's might have something intellectual to peruse.The Oiaokston Times. W regret to learn that Crookston Sailed to make good its offer to the Red. River Valley Lutheran College Association. The whool will now go to Grand Fork*. ONE hundred and fifty miles of the Pulnth, Red Lake Fulls and North ern road will b built this summer. The road will ivnch here next.season. Red Lake Falls News. IT. L. MELGAAKD, of Argyle, has been appointed the member from this county on the Exeutive Corn mi ttnee of the Republican State League. A very good appointment. REV.T.F. ALLEN, former pastor of the M. E. church of this city, now lo cated at Minneapolis, has made him self prominent by his bold and out spoken attack upon the social evil in the latter city. THE city charter of Warren was published last week by the SHKAF. It occupied twenty-two full ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 June 1891

^w^- It'- A ta, Entered at the Post Office at Warren as Secoad 01899 Mall Matter. FLUSH Ir In easier to wrwitle with a snrplus than a de ficit. All who buy second baud bludera and mowers from Cooici Ouoxare quite likely to flml themselves 'flu8h" next fall. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Prices of wheat No. 1 Hard 1 Northern 2 Oats SHEAF terday. i 85 ct. 83 79 65 to 75 visiting -Mrs. I. J. McGillan is friends at Crookston. Samuel Cooke went south legal business yesterday. C.W. Brown is making a business trip to the southern part ofthestate. C. Rue, of Farley, remembered the T.llf l\nnnt .-k^*-**-..,*.-__ 2.1 -n* M^YA-^A^m'/s tt^'Li^tAi on with a pleasant call yes- Will sell my house and lot on the island for #500.00. Call on A. Grin deland. JOHN PETERSON. Mrs Chas. Wentzel was kicked by a colt to-day, she receiving an ugly gash in the upperpart of the forehead. A gang of laborers are putting In the new side walk between the cor ners of Mr. Taralseth and Mr, Benne witz. Franson, the shoe man,...

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 June 1891

If* i if, I *t i it- flh i WARREN SHEAF. J.P. MATTSO", Editor and Proprietor. OFFCIAL PAPKR 03 TIT 'S Thursday, Jnno 18.1801. SIXTY-FOIYB earVEquaWes" were felt in Japan during March. On March 31 nine shocks occurred. BROOKLYN has a girl forg-er aged eleven and a boy burglar aged eight, so it will be seen that the male sox is still clearly in the lead. A STREET-CAR cortditctor in Chicago tvas fined ten dollars for using profane language in the presence of passengers. The precedent is as good as the habit is bad. 1 AGGREGATING the national, state and county indebtedness, the per capita in this counti-y shows a decrease from 346.59 in 1880 to 8:20.40 in 1S0O, or more than one-half. TITE United States now has a larger trade with Costa Rica than any other nation. Th total value of last year's imports was 94,250,000, of which the (United States furnished 81,500,000. .11 i i i dmm THE experiment of assorting mail matter steamships as it is assorted railroads has proved a perfect success, ...

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 June 1891

8&.V FT 1 iff. )f WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSOV, Editor and Proprietor. OPF~CIAIi P.APEK O TE3 .Nf7 Thursday, June 18.181) Uf^^ SiXTY-FOtria earlEquakes were felt in Japan during March. On March 31 nine shocks occurred. BROOKLYN has girl forger aged eleven and a boy burglar aged eight, so it will be seen that the male sex is still clearly in the lead. A STREET-CAR conductor in Chicago was fined ten dollars for using profane language in the presence of passengers., The precedent is as good as the habit is lad. w...: AGGREGATING the national, state and county indebtedness, the per capita in .this country shows a decrease from $48.59 in 1880 to 20.46 in 1890, or more than one-half, HE United States now has a larger trade with Costa Eica than any other nation. The total value of last year's imports was $4,250,000, of which the (United States furnished Si.500,000. if" THE experiment of assorting mail matter on steamships as it is assorted on railroads has proved to be a perfect success...

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 June 1891

W" {9 i fr/w-^^i f' 'i ^i W Sews of tbe Weelr. TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. I has been decided by Assistant Sec retary Bmsey that, under the act of Otitic 3d, 1890, A soldier's widow, if de pendent, may !ra\ a* pension even though she has remarried since the death of her soldier husband. THE president has nominated the judges of the private land court as fol lows: Joseph R. Reed, of Iowa, to be Chief justices Wilbur Stone, of Colo- radoHenr & Sltiss, of Kansas Thomas C. Fuller, of ftotth Carolina, and William M. Murray, of Tennessee, to be associate justices. PRESIDENT HARRISON has appointed Leonard W. Colby, of Nebraska, assist ant attorney general of the United States. A HvLi.-krik from the census office shows that petroleum was" ^tod-iced" ifc eleven states in 1S89, namely: Penn sylvania, New York, Ohio, West Vir ginia, Colorado, California, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Kansas and Texas. The total production is shown to be 84,S20,80( barrels, valued at 826,554,052. F'...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 June 1891

1 tkmk v*\ MIMkl of the Week-. I "-MY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. ftemt *JJt$- FROM WASHINGTON. IT lias been decided by Assistant Sec afetary Btissey that, under the act of Jtitie 20) 1890, a soldier's widow, if de .pendent, may draw & pension even though she has remarried since the death ofher soldier husband^*%fe|trf TH E president has nominated the judges of the private land court as fol lows: Joseph R. Reed, of Iowa, to be Chief justice* Wilbur P. Stone, of Colo rado Honry C* Slttss, of Kansas Thomas C. Fuller, of North Carolina, and William M. Murray, of Tennessee, to be associate justices. PRESIDENT HABRISON has appointed Leonard W. Colby, of Nebraska, assist ant attorney general of the United States^ :ul A isvLkkTib frVrfo the eensus office showsl that pcttfoieuni was" iJfodrided' h eleven states in 1889, namely: Penn sylvania, New York, Ohio, West Vir ginia, Colorado, California, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Kansas and Texas. The total production is shown to be 84,S20,80C barrel...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 June 1891

'J IS ts1 WARREN SHEAF. J.T. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. 0 PPICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY Thursday, June 18,189 1. Now is THE time to kill weeds mosquitoes. and HON. WILLIAM MCKINLEY" was unan imously nominated for governor by the republicans of Ohio, yesterday, amid great enthusiasm. ESAU sold his birthright for a mess of pottage, but the the Prince of Wales seems to have staked the throne of England on a game of cards. BY THE death of Sir John McDon ald, Canada has lost her first states man. He was the Bismarck of Cana da. It is due to his genius and states manship that there is a united Cana da to-dav. WILLIAM H. VANDEKBILT used to say that he worked for his board and clothes, and that is all, after all, that the richest, man receives. The greatest wealth cannot overcome the certainties and uncertainties of mor tal existence, and vast accumula tions bring with them vast responsi bilities. The man who has a comfort able income, whether from' labor Or investmet: and who is reasonab...

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 June 1891

Knlm A 1 INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul FJre & Ma rine, Gorman American (New York,) ami Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN at tho Post, Office nfc Warren as Soeoml '-lass Mail Matter. FLUSH! It is ojisiVr uf uivstle with ,i surplus Mum a do th it. All wlio liny s.voinl hand hinder* antl mowers fi-oin C'OOKK & OLSON arc unite likely to Hud themselves "llnsli" next fall. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Prices of wheat: No. 1 Hani Northern 0 Oats to75 The crops look immense. MissLura Ross visited in Crooks ton last Sunday. Samuel Cooke Esq. attended the Ci. A. R. Encampment at Moorhead this week. Head tlite program, for the 4th of July [,i another col am'.//,. F. W. Woodward came up Tues day to inspect his immense fields of liiowino- grain. The gas in the Iluggard well is still burning-, and will he one of the attractions for (he Fourth. The Mission friends had a very su.cessiid picnic {,nd auction sale in Peter IYa!strom\s grove in Vega this week. E.R.Shaw, fro...

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 June 1891

f.Vt IM \f ^^"V^^^ V/1" mK* WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL. PAPER O THE COUNTi Thursday, .hint) 25,1891. IN tno text ot the ''Eneycioprecmi Britannica"' there arc ten thousand words wJicli have never been formally entered and defined in any dictionary. A LOVDON tradebmau recently re ceived ati order -for sixty-four pairs of shoes for the daughter of the Grand Duke Panl, of Russia, a child less than a year old. O the estimated wheel crop of 1S91 of 500,000.000 bushels Uncle Sam's folks will need at least G00.000,000 for home ttse and will have but 1-10,000,000 bush els fur export. Wn hear a great deal about smoke- less powder. There is a statue, canon ization, immortality and eternal Grati tude for the man who can invent a smokeless cigarette. AVnEN China finds and convicts a dis- honest official she chops hi-s head oil, and never gives him a second tii The Chinese believe that they can ghe this republic- pointers. KATSKU \\n.c.i\M pitch.^ the tunes in "...

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 June 1891

U$ mi- WARREN SHEAF. p. MATTSONTJ^^J Editor and Proprietor.ivV^ OFFICIAL. PAPEK OF THE COUNT* Thursday, Juno 25,1801. JJS tnc text of the 'JCncycippaxiui Britannica" tliero are ten thousand words which have never "been formally entered and defined in any dictionary. A LOND ON tradesman recently re ceived an order for sixty-four pairs of shoes for the daughter of the Grand Du ke Paul, of Kubbia, a child less than a year old. O the estimated wheat crop of 1S9I of 500,000,000 bushels Uncle Sam's folks will need at least S6Q,000,000 for ho me use and will have but 140,000,000 bush els for export. ,7'-" S. AVF, hear a great deal about smoke le ss powder. There is a statue, canon ization, immortality and eternal grati tude for the man who can invent a smokeless cigarette. "WHEN China finds and convicts a dis honest official she chops his head oil', and never gives him a second trial. The Chinese believe that th ey can give this republic pointers. KAISER "WILLIAM pitches the tunes in Fathe...

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 June 1891

%4" 'i I rv A PC Tlie News of the Week. BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. I has been decided by the treapxiry department that wedding presents from abroad must pay dnt$ virilesjs they were inanufaettued in the United States. TIIK treasurer's statement the 18th showed a cash balance of $44,415,000, of which .5:13,020,000 was on deposit with national banks and .520,'350,000 was in fractional silver, deducting which items the net cash balance was but .$1,235,- 000, which was the lowest figure yet reached. Tutpresiden and family left Wash ington for Cape. May on the 18th ThK business failures in the United states during the seven days ended" the 10th numbered 25 against 34 4 the preceding week and 100 for the corres ponding week last year. TIIK exchanges at the leading clear ing houses in tlu United States during the weekended on the 20th aggregated Sl,020,9ia.5S2, against $0:7,2(US() the previous week. A compared with the corresponding week of 1800 the decrease amounted to 11.2. ...

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 June 1891

SWISS? '."ih 4 MM WARREN SHEAR J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Thursday, June 25,1891. MINNEAPOLIS is putting forth stren uous efforts to secure the National Republican Convention. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER "CAESAR'S COLUMN", THE SHEAF has received through the courtesy of Senator L. G. Wood a copy of the Blue Book, the Legis lative Manual for 1891. It is a most valuable book for reference and the Senator has our most profound thanks. THIS YEAR Warren "is at peace with all the world and on good terms with the rest of mankind", as the immortal Adams used to express it, and she invites everybody to take part in the great celebration of Independence Day. THE SHEAF acknowledges acompli mentary pass from the management of the Minneapolis Industrial Expo sition which opens on August 26th and closes September 26th. Extra ordinary efforts have been made to make this years exposition surpass all previous ones in grandeur and magnificence. THE EDITOR of the staunc...

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 July 1891

'fn *9^ 9SS9C 'g-?#f *^^**##SE pf it i Oat: A. B. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Ii*pr*&>nt I lie St. Paul Fire tV: Ma rine, (Jorinnn Ainci'icnn (New York,) and (\mnncivial Union insurance companies. WAKUKN, MINX Eulwa :)i Post i):ri(^.-H, W.-irr.Mias Kooond -l:is.s.M iiUr atter. FLUSH! IM.M.M- in wi.-.tV with i snr|5: than ilc v!m Im.v sr-CMjul liun) liiiIti-. an iiii)w'Pr frxiii I'OUKU A- J in ii.ii flml (Hiniir.f-'.v, (|iiiu lMl'.i- V,"* m.- i]. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. WHEAT QUOTATIONS. 1 Il.il.l 1 XorttHM'n lii'.-it is l.pu''imin.iv to liend out. i to Villi's mill o'(M you!' pork s.-msa.ii'e. L.idii's Trimmed Hats at Win chester's. Fresh fish at Saturday. Pihlstrom's every Children's suits from ^l.riO up it U'hifneys. ion' forget toii'oto Taralseth's 1A- i 'ood bitrj^iiins. i'.oots. shoes, lints, eaps and gloves at Franson's. Elegit nt oat terns in Outiiip- Flan- nels at Winchester's Rubbersall styles and all sizes at Franson's shoe store. Men'.-, ladies', misses' ind ehildrens i...

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 July 1891

Sft IT A f A it rhvrrt* WNBA'S ^w^~ *Wi57t*^5il 1f i-ipftsipr hi wmttlp witH ptftffT(H"ffinTiPa if lii'if. All HIIII buy f.crml li imJ hiudorri and '""Mi1!? ilrSfafe.' A .B* NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, llopr^fcenrs tlie St. Taul Fire & Ma rine, (iprninn American (Now York,) nml Commercial Union insurance companies. ^WAUUKN, MINN KntpWd at I ho Post f)!Hi'rfl WarrH nfl Second OIass.\I:iiUInttcr. XCS't!^ 4 K^i -*uj.ij from Cookie ft Oiox uro qiiifo likely to LOCALS AND OTHERWIS E. WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 IT ml 1 Northern (hits Ladies 82 era. SO 76* 05 to 75 Wheat is Iif inuin to head out. (Jo to Vine's ami ^et your pork fwusngo. Trim mod lints at Win i Chester's. Fresh fish at. Saturday. Children's suits from $1..~ up atat "\Yliil n\vs. IMhlstrom'-s every Hdii't forget to go to Tnralsoth'M Ji^r good bargains. Boots, slioos, hats, caps and gloves at Frauson's. Elegant patterns in Outing Flan- '"'nels at Winchester's Buhnersall styles and all sizes at Frauson's shoe store. Men'*,, ladi...

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 July 1891

^L*mm A 1 1 1 1 5F ji' 1* 1 Ml? fi 4. J\ WARREN SHEAF. J.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor Oppiciiti PAPER O THI COUNTA Thursday, July 2,1891. GERMANY'S production of silver in 1890 was 770,000 pounds, about 9 per cent of the world's product. TWFNTY-SIX of the forty-four states, a considerable majority of all, have now ffiven women .some- form of suffrage. EAT.I IXGTON BOOTH and Mrs. Booth we about to start on a nine thousand mile trip to inspect the various branches of fcfce Salvation army HE casualty record lor the English football season just over shows twelve cases of death "directly attributable to injuries received in matches THE uews comes via German sources that Thomas A. Edison is writing a novel hich is to be dramatized for the stage. If anybody should bo able to electrify an audience it is Edison NATTI VMCL VFT, of Middletown, N Y., for forty years past a locomotive engineer and for thirty-five years in the service of the Erie railway, has never met with an accident on th...

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 July 1891

Tin-: cxeh: ing houses i- tlie week e:u f?'.i40. 0'20, previous v/ec correspondi-i amounted to Fi. nifil leather 1 $ Tl!K Mli-r, has handed of'tiuv. iillliv ing llulketey ac ts stand. A nr.'.-.A-.ii-. ConijKitiv at bv a rveh-.e.e KIMI-AI.:. dealers in for siiio.i Tin-: fain. l'Vrgus.-r.. for his dark. failing Till-: ,::i:: Yale i.::d. Conn.. eleven lesiv'i si eon as. Fi: r: dest'oved hoe.se of the Street Railw port, Mass.. nls A A.v was cap! ir.-..-ii IN M.iwer- destroyed Mars drill kir daughter tti The Sews of ie'Weeb.'wfKAuKo8ebuad BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. I has been decided by Assistant So .vtar.v Xettleton that a carpenter can- .0. THE EAST, not come from Canada, engage work, formfl sitting- on a curbstone by the po and upon his return with his tools en- i ter upon such work without violating the contract labor law. Exi'HitiMKNTs will be made by the agricultural department to produce rainfall by means of explosives. Sev eral larye ballons will be sent up and explo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 July 1891

m: 1 of WeeL: BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. $t FROM WASHINGTON. TT has been decidod by Assistant Sec* .vtary Nettleton that a carpenter can not come from Canada, enjjag'o work, and upon his return with his tools en ter upon such work without violating the contract labor law. ExpKMMr.NTs will be made by the agricultural department to produce rainfall by means of explosives. Sev eral lar^ bullous will be sent up and exploded with great violence among the clouds. i 'i DURING the twelve months ended May til. 1S01, the total value of the ex* ports of merchandise from the United States was ?S70,%4,894 The value of the imports during- the same time was 5S4(),877.0:V3. HK business failures in the United Stales during the seven days ended on the 26th numbered 2S4, against 253 the preceding week and 207 for the corre sponding week last year. IT was decided at a meeting of the cabinet to discontinue for the present the coinage of silver dollars owing to the great demand for small coins, prin cipally ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 July 1891

5 i WARREN SHEAF. J.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL. PAPER O TH E COUNTY Thursday, July 2,1891. A BRONZE statute at Henry Ward Beeeher wna recently unveilod in Brooklyn. THERE have been heavy rains in the southwestern states during- the week. Kansas City is threatened with a flood. HE STATE of Minnesota, may well be proud oF her State University. This .year the attendance has reached the 1000 mark and 13,- students have graduated from the departments. W E HAVE received a copj-'of the American Fork Independent, pub lished at American Fork, Utah, by Prihyl & Novotny. The typographical appearance shows the skilled hand of Martin TI. Novotny Who for many years was foreman in the office of the Marshall County Banner. Success to you Martin. EX-GOVEUXOU JoiLN S. PlkLKBl-RY in a recent interview at Duluth said: "In the state campaign a good, clean cut man must be nominated, some who is not seeking offiee." Thai is sound republican doctrine and should apply to every office fr...

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