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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1891

mm wrtf^r-.sf rts%a8Fgsim Warren SheaP. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE COUNTY. Thursday, Augustfith,1891. TOBAC CO merchants handle a larger amount of ready money than a ny othei class of business men. A WOM AN at Sabinsville, Pa., counted the stitches as she knitted a quilt There were nearly 900,000. HANNIBAL HAMLIN'S grandfather had seventeen sons, the eldest of whom were named respectively Eurong, Asia. Afri a and Amerfcai"! \f*# THE Italian governme nt has taken steps to restrict emigration by refusing to allow minors to leavejthe country exce pt under certain conditions. TB HINCKLE|~O# Amcrieus, Ga., has a piece of chinaware 791 years old. The date, 1100, is plainly stumped on the bottom, and its only flaw is a broken handle. I LIGHTNI NG played a queer freak in a New Hampshire town. I took off the tail feathers of each of twenty hens sitting- on a roost, and affected a rooster so that he has not been abJe to crow since. PROF. A. E. FOOTS, of Philad...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1891

i .1 rieain -h BY TELEGRAPH A ND MAIL. FR OM WASHINGTON!,! MATTHEW S. QUAY at ail Washing-ton of the, _. We of the republics nltionV^^immi^ tela resigned as chairman of the na* t|bnal oommitteeTand'&$ W. Dudley re aped aVk*ur^. ClaAaW^ lojwra, wa# tehotou-atf ^dhairman until' the meeting of the committee In No* vember. A TBKATT of ret^toeity beiweaa tit* United States and Wan Domingo has been signed. IT was estimated by the:ceiieua4eia reau that 2,250,000 families in the United States occupy and own "iaeuaaberlStt* farms and homes. OVEB 114,000 entries for puttie \aM0 were made in the United States durtltff the year ended June 30 last HE business failures In the Unit!*" States during the seven days ended o_n/ the Slst ul numbered 247, against *S&# the preceding week and 189 for-the cor responding weqklastfyear, IT was said that J. Baall, a real* estate expert, testified before the Rock Creek Park commissioners at Wash ington that ex-President Cleveland bought hs "Red Top" pr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1891

Si ffV. Jfc Warren Sheaf. J7P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, August 6th, 1891. Agricultural Statistics for Marshall^. From the Agricultural Statement made out hy the county auditor frointheassessor's returns we obtain the following interesting statistics: The total cultivated acreage in 1800 was 116,243 acres. Of this area, 88,- 819 acres was seeded into wheat, 11,438 acres into oats, 13,043 acres into barley. We raised last year 1,- 1)56,425 bushels of wheat, an average of nearly 12 bushels to the acre, which is not a bad average for a backward year. We produced 25G,- f69 bushels of oats, 145,950 bushels of barley and 30,894 bushels of pota toes. The Town of Tamarac leads in the production of wheat, and the following towns come next in order of rank: Middle River, Warrenton, Vega, Augsburg, 1 Woods, Oak Park, BloomerrParker lioxville. The following, acreage is reported for this year: Wheat 94,052 acres, oats 13,388 acres, barley 8,937 acres ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1891

r\ itf TOOBR Oi.sox have the followins parcels of lftiiii for *ale on ea lerina Quarter. N. K. S.W. s. 1:. N. I-:. N. K. s: K. S. K. -V W. N. W. N.K. .Township. 157 inn 157 I5t: 157 157 15 i 15(8 155 155 155 S X. E. Von SALE: Range. 4! 20 IS. -!S. 47. IS ",Vs -V, 10* A tine well brokem ul well lnntrh fil pou.v team five years old. Price with new set of harness $100. CoOKR & Oi.sOX. 4* LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. ^Eresh fish at -Pihlstrotn*8 every Saturday. Don't forget to go to Taralseth's for li'ood bargains. We are selling hats for 00 cents that are worth 1.2"). WINCHESTER. Men's, ladies', misses' ami childrens tine shoes at Franson's. Oscar Olson, of Crookston, was in tlie city lasc Saturday. Genuine buckskin gloves almost given away at Winchester's. Mr. Oscar Bror, of Minneapolis, arrived here last Thursday. Boys attention Just call in and see my new stock of harvest gloves. F. FHANSON. Money on hand for real estate or chattle loans at BANK OF WARREN. Mrs. \V. B. Wood, of Grand Fo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1891

C^ i'1 ?t vti* TJ Er 4 Warren fiheaP. i.P. MATTSON, I Mi toi and Prorjriefcol\ OP'('! VL, r.vpKu O TIIE COUNTY, Thursday, A uust 13th, 1891. A FUR buyer ot l,e\viston says that on an average five hundred bears are killed yearly in Maine. A WATERVII,I,E (Me.) pardener cm ploys a new way to raise squashes. He wets the youngr plants down three times a week with skim milk. A N EW YOKK company has been or ganized whose business will be lending umbrellas. A short reign irt such a case, will contribute the most suc cess. MtS3 ANNA WILLIAMS, the girl whose classic profile is reproduced on the silver dollar, is still a Philadelhia teacher, as she was when her features attracted the attention of the mint en graver. 1 HE proportion of insane to sane per- sons in the United States is one in every aiW in Scotland it is one in every 574 in the agricultural districts of England it is one in 8*20 in London the proportion is one in 400. A MAN in San Francisco hue a peculiar mania for opening- andt}\...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1891

1 1 i v, trie I ,yT \)h -I T., J. fcv Sw^ 'jt R'.:''* JPRS The Nmv 61 Wed BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON, Tnrc anneal convention of the Cath olic Total Abstinence union of Amer ica convened in Washington on the 5th. Tnrc business failures in the United Stntes during the seven days ended on tbe 7th numbered 231, against 247 the preceding' week and 208 for the cor responding-week Jast year. tiKOHKTAnY OK TUI2 UXITET) STATES THKASUHY FOSTER was advised that an attempt was to bo made during the present month to rob the treasury by an organized band of men. TIIK commissioner of pensions isstied l"jfi.48i5 original certificates last year, vhic was more than twice as many as *vev ever issued in one year before. There were still a.'O.-tSB claims on fib. AT the age of 10(1 years John Pnckett (colored) died in Washington. A r.ui.i.r/rix from the census office shows the tote.I rrainber of to-.nmuni- cants of the Catholic church in tlie United States to be 0,250,045. The thurch owns pro...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1891

&*? i wr.,i S 5.* ft* V-v- 4! 2V* 1 S. 1 STi J3" it". 3?~ ir' t\ C"' fV:. &: t\\ He* /Ave Pre Warren Sheaf. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE COUNTY. Thursday, August 13th. 1891. On THE 27th of July 2,333 emi grants arrived at New York. THE 25th annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic at Detroit, Mich., was opened August, 4th. There were 40,000 veterans in the procession. THAT DESPERATE THE YOUUNQ ON FRIDAY county seat fight in Kittson county is now decided. St. Vincent is in the "soup". Hal lock is rejoicing over the gallant victory, which she has made. Men's Christian Asso ciations of the country now own property worth 112,250,000. One thousand and eighty-three persons are engaged as paid officials, and there are 225,000 members. last a disastrous work was done by the wind at Conway N. D. A cyclone struck the town and swept away fifty houses, and threw a freight train from the track It is believed that no lives were lost. OLIVER DALRYM...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

mi tr, Lw r- H\ J* '^n In S-' 4 COOKK- Or SON havo Iho followinvT|dnvls oft.tin) fm salo on eiw\ ttM-ins )niirtcr Siv. 'Innmlilp. i' ire r. Halite. -ID. N I' 21 ^.W. n. 2t ,.-,7 K. ir,i N I*. r.v N. P.. L-,7 tr.fi N W 1 J.-.I! v. li r.r N. P. li i.Vi s. p. is i.-..-- N K. lx l.V Kou S\I.P: tiuo \w!l Iiriki imil w nmti'li iil poii\ twin li\f .vfju-b old Pri with m\\ sol- inn- $ll) COOKK Ol.aox $ LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Beautiful weather as we-go to press. Fresh fish at Pihlstrom's every ^Saturday. Harvest is now progressing quite rapidly. Oon't forget to go to Taralseth's for good bargains. -Monday morning. of rain fell on Quite a shower We aiv selling hats for 00 eents Unit are worth ^1/25. WINCHESTER. Ii Louiihi iridge came down from liis r.-moli last Saturday. MenV, ladies', misses.' and children* rfine shoes at Branson's. ienuin buckskin gloves almost given an ay at AVinehester's. Ioys attention! Just call in and -see my new stock of harvest gloves. F. FRANSON. ^Ioney on hand for r...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

ft" I i 5 -1 FT 1 r J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, August 20th, 1891. I is said that Mr. Blaine has made $450,000 out of the sale of his book, "Twenty Years in Congress." 1 GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIX havinjf been around the world two or three times, ought to sit dowu now and give the world a chance to return the compli ment THE first American built steel clip per ship, the Tillie E. Starbuck, has just completed a voyage between New York and Liverpool. Time from Liv erpool twenty-five days. ACCORDIXO to official reports from Behring sea, the Alaska commercial company, composed of Americans, hav ing reached its legal allotment of seals this year, has suspended operations un til the sea shall be reopened. IT is now quite the fad, don't you know, to search up your family his tory. There are mauy ways to do it, but the easiest and surest is to have yourself mentioned for the presidency and let nature take its course. TIFF, light-weight champion amon...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

1 *4_ *'.v fJ\ Is fc KT'". rvVrr -'I. m^-m^^^^^^^m Warren SheaP. i^T. MATTSOJjf, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY Thursday, August 20th, 1891. I i said that Mr. Blaine lias made 9450,000 out of the sale of his book, Twenty Years in Congress." GKOBOE FRANCIS TRAIST havlntf been around the world two or three times, ought to sit down now and give the world a chance to return the-compli ment. :&. fJlgTHE first American built steel clip per ship, the Tillie E. Starbuck, has just completed a voyage between New York and Liverpool. Time from Liv erpool twenty-five days. ACCORDING to official reports from Behring sea, the Alaska commercial company, composed of Americans, hav ing reached its legal allotment of seals this year, has suspended operations un til the sea shall be reopened. 4'^ I is now quite the fad, don't you know, to search up your family his tory. There are many ways to do it, but the easiest and surest is to have yourself mentioned for the presidency and ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

JVV- (Ti k^' v* i/r L, 1. if ti' Cr KCWS o! toewees. BY THLEGKA.PII AND MAIL. FROM VVASHiNGTON. ^TTK vsiluc o(' tiK* exports of lirrad- .-itnil's from [he limto.i States for the month of .Inly is -tI(,:".?'.,^Ul A OISPATI 'U i^ lvco'tvod by iln state lopartm:'ri fvmi \\in\l 8 i,}ishnry ox pressing- the sorrow and ivgret of Queen Victoria at. th death of Mv. .limits Kussell Lowell. Arnxt PosT.w.wn:i GK \'IM AI, Wurr- riviV. lias divid ed that, postal enrds 1be vit'-jfos of whieh have. been cut, andt.lv.? 'shape of 1!u* cnr.l ma --vi:ilk oli *,no-e*(i for iidvorl isinir purpose-* oannot be sent. throiv. the nuii's. Tux business tVilinvs in the United Stales xhivie.! the seven days ended on *'hi" Hfii niii:!hered against. "2'M tho pr.vedmy we,-!: niul 1S. for the cor- 'ri'spotidine" week las year TUK e\e!iaiv. 'es at the. hr.ulinj^ elenr inr housi's in i lie. 1 'n the week etuh-it N, $ed Stute^ duriiu l.'.th a--- -rate. !,iti)j.'U"..:. otupared with th tS'.i ill* deereas a-" !)i--i pre...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

T-i it ThcteoJtlieWeeL- SY TEUEOYUPn AND MAIL. i FROM WASHINGTON. Trtr. viiUie of the ryports of Wontl stuft's from the United States, for the month of July was SlG,: rJ,r01. A nwATOii was revive.Salisbure nopartm. E ft aya'mst THK death of Ceorge Jones, editor "and pi-oprietor of the New York Times, occurred at. Poland Springs Ale., on thc- J-'Lh. aged 80 years. Cn UF.KS V. Wor.F. who bad just been elected executive oftlcev of the world's fair eomtuission from Pennsylvania, dropped dead on his way to his liome in llarrisbnrg, Pa. 1 a collision between an express train on the Philadelphia & Heading railroad with a freight at Egg Harbor.- K. J., Tiine persons were injured. Arioslien N. Y.. ?lis Anna Diekin fum lectnretl on "Joan of Are.'' and showed no signs of insanity. YVurt.K en route from New* York to Europe Rev. Dr. Nargan Kheshadon, the first liigh caste Hrahmiu ever con verted to the Christian faith, died at sea, VI.AMKS destroyed the [.machinery in the mine of the JJmv i'...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

1 Mk -m A* \i M& \1* & 1: News of the Weel- FROM WASHINGTON. ^TTR value of (it exports of lirentl stuft's from tlie linitci Slates for tlie inonUt of July was ^i ..',7!.*. A msrvnn was reeHvod l\ the state tlopiirtm:'nt from Imni Salisbury ox invssinjr the sorrow and regret of Queen Victoria fti the dentil of Mr. .lames Russell I-OWell. ArTINW I'OSTMA^TKI*. iillNKUAT, YVmT- I'li'M'i has deeided that, postal euvds the vii-jf^s of whieh have been ent and the Xhupo of llii* eml materially chatisrod for advert isinjr purposes cannot sent through the mails. TIIK business failures in the Tnited Suites i!nnrth seven days ended on the 1-Vtli niiiiiU.-rod 'J-'.v, aiyaiust '2:J 3-Jio preeeduiir week rind !$' for tho O.ir wspoudiiu'' week last. year. TIIK exehamre^ a*, the le^dins: clear ing houses in ihe I'nited Slat's dnrin" the wn'k cm 1 .Xl-KV.'T'.UUii. a: previous week, correspond amounted to lll'l'oir s:iys be worth -i.iU the .'"idle:! S heeii dnrin i ]ressio Tin:death i '-lie gr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

JSSHC jfefe *BJBJBllSSS^BmS^BJBBMasSMBsBlBJlJlJlJlJai^ The lews of the Wed TELEGRAPH AND MAIL,. stf,BY 'f"^ FROM WASHINGTON. THR vtilno of the wporte of "broad stuft's from the United States for the month of July was $H,:7..21 A DISPAT CH was received by Ihe state ?tepuvtm nt from Tiu* Salisbury ex pressing- the sorrow and regret of Queen Victoria at the death cf Mr. ,l ira?s Uiissell Lowell. ArTiiso rosTM'vs'TEi: OratfnATAVmr "FiKi.h has deciderl that postal cards the vrfvjcs of which have been out and the "Shape of the card for advertising purposes through the mails. 1 maleruillv chanffed^ THK business failures in the Ignited Sfcvte*tlnn the seven davs ended on Hie preceding week and 1U7 for the Cor Tespondinj week last year. mg1 previous %veek. As enmnared with the corresponding week of lSl't) the decrease amounted to tti. l. REPOKT says that farm products wil be worth $1,00 J.OW more thiA year in the United -Stats than they have been during the Veeent years of de pression. THE E...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

r^* I flF $7, ren Sheaf. J. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY Thursday, August 20th, 1891. SWITZERLAND is the oldest repub lie in the world. August the 1st she celebrated her uOOth nnniversarv as a republic. Ox FRIDAY last, a hailstorm de stroyed 10,000 acres of wheat, ready for the sickle, in Brown and Day counties, South Dakota. KALI. AND FlTZSIOMMOXS llllYO to iioht in California for creed $0,000. Minnesota found no plai for such a dotestibte sport as prize %hthi. It was a noble act of (JOY. MerrhMn to refuse, to let the fight take place in our state, and an action which the rest of the states will soon imitate. It shows his ability to de tect fine shades of wright or wronsr. TU'Rixn Tin-: fiscal year, ending .Tune :,oth, 4",iH applications for patents of various kinds were re reived at the patent office, ami out of these 2.",:'0 patents were gran ted. 1,741 trade marks, and 289 labels were ivgisl-red. The receipts from all .sources amounted to #1..O0L\7...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1891

JV' fe fe I I S3 y is* en SheaP. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPEK O THE COUNTY. Thursday, August 20th, 1801. SWITZERLAND is the oldest repub lic in the world. August the 1st she celebrated her nOOth ns a republic. anniversary ON FRIDAY hist, a hailstorm de stroyed 10,000 acres of wheat, ready for the sickle, in Brown and Day counties, South Dakota. AND FJTZSIOMMONS have to fio-ht in California for HALT, JlCTeed $0,000. Minnesota found no plaoe for such a detearible sport as prize fighting. It was a noble act of Gov. Merriam to refuse, to let the fight take place in our state, and an action which the rest of the states will soon imitate. It shows his ability to de tect fine shades of wright or wrong-. THRING THK fiscal year, ending June :*,0th, 4.".0t applications for, patents of various kinds were re ceived at the patent office, and out of these 2.V0 patents were gran ted. 1,74-1 trade marks, and i8 labels were registred. The receipts from all sources amounted to 1.50:...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1891

-V K^M-^^^'^y 18 18 FoHS.lI.^ MA~. B. NELSON, i Vohunej^XI. i i i' COO4 0I.S ON hare tHe.tOUowliiK parcels' o/J-and IwMle on ea sy feriiis'.- Sec. 24 2ti 20 Towtkahtpw IS? 1531 157 15 157 157 Ifirt lofi 15 iri 155 1C5 J*. 15. "S.W. S. K. N. K. N. K. S. E. S. K. N. W H. tt\ N.K. S. K. J*. K. |Rnnge, 4i\ "IN 48. 18 38 36 10 6 47. 47. 47. 47 47. 47. 47. A flne well broke and well match ponj- *n (Ire yenre old. Price with ae* 4 k-4^:V V-V* LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Fresh fish at Pihlstrpnra^ every .'.Saturday. Don't forget to got Taralseth's for pood bargains. --Prof. Bishop, oculist optician, is at the Lyon House. We are selling hats for 9 0 cents th at are worth 1.25. WmCHES.TER. Walter Winchester is visiting Ws uncle at Pembina, N, 1 Alen'h, ladies', misses' and childrens fine shoes at Franson's. Mr. and Mrs. A. Vine returned from Crookston this morning. Genuine buckskin gloves almost given away at Winchester's. Mrs. H. Raimheld, of Minneapo lis, is visiting friends in this city. Money 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. — 27 August 1891

J* II- 1 ft'' -r fet: i-Al./ T.P^ MATTKON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL. PAPEK O THE COUNTY. Thursday, August 20th, 1891. wilts. LAVIXA FtLi.MOKK, a relative of President Fillmore, has just cele brated her one hundred and" fourth birthday. She resides in Clarence, N. Y. Ix southern Arizona there grows a plant from which rope and twine that "will almost .never wear out can be made. It is the mescal plant. But very little of this rope has been made thus far. A" \.'7iti:bi:obtt*i statistician calcu lates that in the year 2000 there will be 1.700,000.000 people Who speak Eng lish, aodjthat the other European lan tfuajres^Tviil bo spoken by only r00,000, 000 people. VELOCIPEDES having- been introduced In the rpg-ular service of the Russian army, as reported, an official name of Slavonic origin has been devised for them. The new name is samoskaty, "self roller." TJIK little king1 DR. 'VERG A RA, of Villacienzo, prov ince of Burgos, Spain, has published to the world the'details, of a st...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1891

I f\ 1 WM jr. ?..&& BY TELEGHAPH AND fctAiU FROM WASHINGTON. HE business failures in the United States clurinjf tho seven days ended on the 21st numbered 216, against 227 the preceding- week and 192 for the cor responding' week last year. Ix nearly all brauches of trade busi ness was reported to be improving e\\ over the country. THK exchanges at th$ Steading clear ing houses in the United States during the week ended on the trtd" aggregated $l,o:*S.27:1,774 agaiust $940,279,940 the previous week. As comnared with the corresponding week of 1890 the decrease amounted to 10.G. THE EASTv TlEruBT.TCA?fs of Pennsylvania in con vention at Harrlsburg adopted a plat ifnrin which indorses President Har ir.isonv* administration, the McKinley Thill, favors liberal pensions to soldiers, aippvoves the ballot-reform law, recog- ni:-.es the wights of labor,, and eulogizoa the course taken by Air. Blaine as sec retary of state. David M. Gregg, of Iterks county, was" nominated fbv state audi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1891

||f s* It BS pi i fa Warren Sheaf. S. P. MATTSON, Editor aad Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, August 27th, 1891. WEVTHER PROPHETS predict a cold, oldfashioned Minnesota winter. Bno. BIERLY, ol East Grand Forks News, though a democrat, has been giving Cleveland pretty hnid licks tor a longtime. THE GIANDON NEWS, last week, contained a very witty write- up ol the proceedings of Justice Court at Giyndon, when several tramps were up for hearing. Good, 13ro. 0 SOMEONE has conducted experi ments with electricity on growing plants and with marvelous results Rapidity and luxuriance in growth are secured. We will soon perhaps grow wheat by electricity and bring it to maturity in less than a month so as to avoid all possibility of being frost bitten! Hurrah for electricity! ei Solum. *s? AHgnst 19. 1891 EDITOR SHEAF The harvest com menced on Monday this week The quality of wheat is \ery good, but the storm on Fnday, August 7th injured the crop badly. All farmers seem to be h...

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