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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1891

0 I [f i! i if i -'II I'/l* kk Warrgn_ Sheaf. ^PTMATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPEH OP THE CotTNTY. Thursday, October 1st, 1891. The Grain is Spoiling, Tin: HANXEH last week hits back at ns for taking it to task for pub lishing belittling reports as to the yield of wheat. According- to the 1* a er, it will increase the price of wheat to lie about the yield. The SIIKAF is of the opinion that it is best to tell the truth under all cir cumstances and the yield should be reported just as it is. The SHEAF liasstated^the yield just as it has been given "to it by the farmers them selves, and if they have exaggerated or depleted, it is not our fault. We do not believe that it will influence the price one way or the other one particle. One half of the wheat speculators are as anxious to see wheat go up as the other half is to see it go down. This county has produced the most enormous crop in its history it is quite a different thing if the hand that gave should also take away as ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1891

i i i if Warrgn_5heaf, J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, October 1st, 1891. The Grain is Spoiling. There's mnny a slip twixt the nip and tho lip", is mi old snying, the trutfnlness of which is beinft illustrated this year to the farmers in the northern portion of the Ued liiver Valley. The most favorable weather that could be desired, rain and sunshine alternating in their season, attended the crop from the time of seeding till in July when cool weather vsot in, and retarded the maturing of the crop fully two or three weeks. The biggest crop that wns ever grown in the valley wns in sight on the 1st of August. Then ".mo the frosts in the hitter part of Hint month and injured some of the late sown grain from 5 to 25 per cent. Some damage was done by the lodging of the grain, it being so heavy. But in spite of all that the crop taken as a whole was most ex cellent. The harvesting of this big I'rop involved a vast amount of labor, and as harve...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1891

Si f\ II i I V- Jli 'LitV" The Palmer Farm. This mngiiiHvii prowrtv of Mrtt JUT.'S atljoinliitf ihe city of WiirrTO^nDff offered for sale. About t5() aeres under cilKivivHon. thrpo hmulivit of whieh is siunmer followvd. Good louse ami luirn only 10 niiniitra walk from eRUter of clt.\\_Tlii farm will bo worth twice what wo now ask for it in a fen- years. Call or nddress Cooke Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. City Charters for s.-ile at this office Fresh fish at Pihlstrom's every Saturday. Don't forget to go to Taralseth's for good bargains. If yon are looking for bargains call at Winchesters. M. J. McCann is back from his big farm in Dakota. Have yon seen those cork sole shoes at Winchesters? Men'?,,ladies', misses' and childrens tine shoes at Fransoifs. Do you need a carpet? Winchest er lias just what you want. W ,1. Walker is at Crookaton in the employ of an elevator company. Hoods are now sold cheaper at Taralseth's brick store than ever b.'fore. Mis* Orplia Worthing com menced teachi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1891

I f- J* u% s*5*! fir 1 JOHN P. MATTaON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. MA NY telegiaph lines are being ex tended into the heart of Africa. UMBRFLI AS are now made of paper in France They ai*e made waterproof gelat'.ned bicromate of potassium. HF annual coffee crop of the world is estimated at over 11,000,000,000 pounds, "worth in first hands 135,000,000. ABOUT one hundred and fifty women have taken timber claims within tne last few months in the state of Wash ington GRN. WICHCOTE, aged ninety-seven years, the last English officer who fought at W aterloo, died recently He was born in 1794 TOBACCO smoking is growing rapidl** in England Dunng the List hfty years the consumption per head of population T* as nearly double A Li ONS anatomist has examined the skeletons of eighty-six monkeys chimpanzees gorillas and orang-outangs and has found diseases of the bone to be as frequent as in man, and of a strikingly simil lr chaiacter MviLT^Ntoiu\ with the news that the empress of Austna i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1891

I Si f v* ft, barren J/tra/. JOHN P. MA1T30N, Ud tor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. THE SINGLE MAN. tueets the 8mile of young and old, he wins the praise of all, is feasted at the banquet and distinguished at the ball, When town grows dull and sultry he may fly to green retreats, A welcome visitor in tum at twenty country seats, Ho need not seek sooiety, for, do whate'er he can, Invitations and attentions will pursue the Single Man. anxiously attempt his Fathers and broth'ors taste to suit, In every trout brook he may flsh, and every where may shoot, Political opponents to his principles concede. He quaffs the finest Burgundy, he rides the fleetest steed, And never yet were families, since first the world began, United bless'd and fond as those who court the Single Man. The prioo of bread, the price of funds on him inflict no ills. He fears no winter avalanche of tradesmen's lengthy bills, "Asademies" and "colleges" he passes calmly by, Nor casts on fancy dry goods stores a sad and a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1891

I i Warren JSheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, October 8th, 1891. A GREAT CALAMITY. The Continuous W#l Weather Moans a Lou More Than One Million Dollars to Marshall County. The wot weather seems bound to continue and will not allow farmers to go to work at threshing or stack mtr their grain. It is really the worst calamity that has befallen this section of the state. One million dollars will not cover the loss which the farmers in this county alone have sustained at this writing. About three-fourths of the entire crop is standing in shock at the mer cy of the elements and this grain is injured at least two or three grades, and a great deal will not bring half the money it would have under favorable conditions. The county 1ms produced at least three millions bushels of wheat this year, and our farmers have been to great expense in harvesting the same. But the loss of grain is not the only one. Scarcely any fall plowing has yet been done a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1891

SW?- I Wv. N iiv ^OIS SALE. The Palmer Farm. ThjjiMmiguWiHMit iroy.crt of NW iicmx tuUolnlng ih t-Hy of AV^rreiKj^owjiflit,^ fo f^ihjvaHoiKnnoo tmmli-otl of ^^Jnnso itn.1 barn only W )iutnit walk frowil ^'i^iJ'^L'i?* tivief wltst we now sk for it Cooke S- Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. City Charters for sale at this office Quito a storm is reported from Uosonu. Fresh fish at Fihlstroin's every Saturday. -"Don't forget to go to Taralseth's lor good bargains. If yon are looking for bargains oall at Winchesters. Have you seen those rorV sole shoes at AYinohosters? Mr. Fainvonther, of Euclid, was in towu yesterday. Ivor P.urlmii. of Chicago, arrived in the city on Monday. Men'b, ladies', misses'and childrens line shoes nt Franson's. yon need a carpet? Winchester has just what yon want. Mi's. II. Raimhold expects to loave ?or .Minneapolis to-day. Snow is reported to have fallen at Ilismnrek, X. IV, on Tuesday. Hanken i Argyle Imr en hel del IVuge til udlaan paa, opdyrkede Fnrmo. tood are n...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1891

I 7 Janm & JOHN P. MA1TS0N, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. CLEAR summer sunlight is said to penetrate the Mediterranean sea to a depth of 1,200 feet winter sunlight to only (0 feel* A win* goose killed in CaUfornia nad a grain of uheat in its crop which, when planted, produced a variety hith erto unknown. IT is said tKit onions will cure diph theria. Now if can find something to cure onions it may be worth while to cure diphtheria. Tut constitution of the United States has been published in New York in the Hebrew language, with explana tory notes in Hebrew. UB 'bic^ ele has become almost as popular" in Geimany as it is in the United Mates. 1 he German union of bicyclists has over 1,400 members. INUMOW IS now a gray-haired little old woman of Go ears She is a Kind fi lend of the poor, and at regular mteivalss gives them when she calls "eopyiight dmnera" from the proceeds of her books Miss ETIZXBFIH BiisAXD was mar ried lecentlv to Charles AV. YSetmorein Vor Ho i the attorney...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1891

I Hi v. *i Hs Ufrren henf. /OHN P. MAlTfc.CN, 13d tor and Proprietor. WARREN^ MINN. THE BEST MONTH. Which mctith do you like bostf I said Tho lilt fellow ocia.cliod his hoi* I And thought for qu.te a little while, Then answered With a winning smllot Flease, papa tell about them flr-t Else I might cho se the very worst." All riRhts" I laughed, "but when I asked I never thought I would be tasked." In January merry bells ring In the New Year's birth And spread tl joyful tidings to tho corners of the eaith. With hearts made light and faces bright with new resolves w call And wish a Happy Now Year" to our dearest friends and all. In February we aro blest by good Saint Val tme When Cupid winps his arrows with poetry di \ino To tender hearts, both young and old, and starts them bleeding, o. With love's complete enchantmentwhich the toughest of us know. March enters like lion and departeth like a lamb, It brings the wind's sad frolic, making shutters bang and slam, But near its end comes ge...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1891

if--' .1 i WappEn_ShEaP. J.PTMATTSON^ Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O TH E COUNTY. Thursday, October 15th, 1891 A RECENT storm has clone great damage to pine timber in northern Minnesota,. MRS. FRANK LESLIE has been mar ried to William Wilde, a brother of the noted Oscar. SEVERE storms luivo been raging on the Atlantic Ocean, and many reeked. vessels have been A MAGNIFICENT equestrian statute of General Grant was unveiled in Chicago, October 7th. ft is located in Lincoln Park, and is a fitting memorial to the great soldier's inemorv. HE MINWEAPOUSTKIBUNE persists in declaring that Blaine will not be a candidate for the presidency. It has not ypt succeeded in working up any great enthusiasm for Harrison, but it may if it keeps pegging away till next. Mav. HE LATEST market, about to be opened to the Western farmer by Blaine's reciprocity scheme is Ger many. In return for the free admit tance of her beet sugar to the United States, Germany will admit our pork, wheat and other 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. — 15 October 1891

Pembina County The settlement of the Red river val ley practically began in this county. In 1875 the wheat acreage was 400 acres, representing the entire valley. This year the wheat area of the six North Dakota counties was 1,676,678 acres, producing over 33,000,000 bushels. Pem bina county has an area of 829,446 acres, of which less than a third was in crops in 1891, wheat leading with 218,906 acres. The assessed valuation of the county is about $6,000,000. The crops of 1891 will have a value very close up to these figures. The county is well supplied with schools, there being ninety dis tricts. There are five newspapers, nine banks and thirty-four postoffices. The railwajr From Every Section of the Great State of North Dakota Comes the Glad Tidings of an Enormous Yield of the Famous and Renowned Golden Wheat' The Monotonous Song of Thousands of Harvesters Has Ceased and Been Superseded By the Hum of Countless Threshing Machines As They Pour Out to a Waiting and Expectant World the...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1891

Ramsey County Has an area of nearly 700,000 acres contains Devils lake, the largest body of water in North Dakota had 70,000 acres in wheat this year, and extracts given be low will show what the yield is. The county is on the main line of the Great Northern, with a branch running from Church's Ferry to the Turtle mountains. There is still government land to be taken in the surrounding country. A. D. Cleveland threshed 2,604 bush els from 100 acresmeasured.Sun. Crary Bros., near Crary, have one patch that averaged 35 bushels of wheat to the acre.Sun. Commissioner Graham, of Ramsey, threshed forty-five acres of wheat that went 48 bushels to the acre. J. B. Easton had 60 acres in wheat, which averaged 37 bushels to the acre. Sixteen acres averaged about 42 bushels. John Sterret's homestead yielded 47 bushels per acre. The rest of his land is averaging about 40 bushels an acre. Church's Ferry Sun. John Erie's farm turned out 29 bush els of wheat per acre. H. A. Noltiinier's wheat yield...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1891

Paragraphs from the Papers. Judge Francis, of Bismarck, says that North Dakota will eventually become the leading corn state in the Union, as it is now the leading wheat state. Erick Ramsted, near Minot, Ward county, threshed 70 bushels of oats to the acre and 34 of wheat. His wheat was just sown on old stubble and har rowed in. C. J. Atkins, of Cando, N. D., bought two hundred sheep last year. The wool and lambs this year cleared the original cost. Instances of this kind are report ed from many localities. The North Dakota world's fair com missioners have selected the site for the state building. It will be built with North Dakota timber and have thatched straw roof of native wheat straw. The Emmons County Record says that three Winchester ladies put up 100 tons of hay this summer, and, owing to the scarcity of laborers, ladies have done much outdoor work this summer. Come to the granary of the world, the garden of Americathe great Red river valleyand see the land that has yielded ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 October 1891

i 11 The results thus far in Wilkin county are wheat 20 bushels per acre and oats from 40 to 60 bushels of very fine qual ity.Gazette. Barley is turning out about 45 bushels to the acre, white oats run as high as 70 bushels per acre Moorhead (Clay Co.) News A field of 10 acres near Robbindale, Minn., cropped to wheat for 24 years, yielded an average of 27+, bushels this season The wheat on Henry Murphy's farm next to James Neal's yielded 31 bushels to the acre Such is life in Swift coun ty this year.Benson Monitor. The wheat average here so for has been 32 bushels of No. 1 hard per acre, and oats as high as 80 bushels per acre. St. Hilaire (Polk Co.) Spectator. The potato starch factory at Anoka is one ot the largest of the kind in the country, and from this year's crop will make more staren than ever before. From all reports the present crops will average as follows: "Wheat, 25 to 30 bushels per acre oats, 30 to 60 bush els per acre.Fosston (Polk Co.) Thirteen Towns. Ed Carey repor...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 October 1891

Sr a I P" if TAo Palmer Farm. T|i^^xiufi(viip^opi*rt.v of ^aniTt^juijoinim tli --^i r,, i niiuitoj^A_|k_frii ii center of LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Harvest shoes at Franson's. I haven limited sum of money to lend in sums from $500 to $800 on Urstciass farm security. None other need apply. JOHX E. OHTROM. A. B. JYJELSOM INSURANCE AGENT,: Represents the St. Paul Fife & Ma rine, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN Volume A'l. IE-OIK SA.LE. !_ o\vjr.jfcrvr for Mil!l!:_-AL 'Vcrea unil.T "jl*lilit^thrjy hnmlit'd of "2li1Ll1"*tf ...1"l,s: li^ followed. *_" barn only TO ill_he worth *it.r JTh!* f:lr *^w whjit \vt now nsk for it j"-?i?^!..ye i'I'll wjuldroas Cooke Olson. City Charters lior sale at this office. Don't forget to go to Taralseth's for good bargains. If you are- looking for tall at Winchesters. barrgnms Have you seen those cork ^hoe.s at Winchesters? sole Men's, ladies', misses' and childrens line show at Franson's. Do you need a car...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 October 1891

ggitrren gfteaf. JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. 7~" MINN 1 'i I: it*? A ft* Hi,-"- rf. I the. British parliament there are .".*7 member*, of the house of lords and 070 member-, of the house of commons. ONK HI MIKED years ago there were in the south 54,258 negroes to every 100,000 white people to-day there are but 41,476. HK largest farm in the world is said to be in Loaisiana. It is, 25x100 miles, nd embraces 1,000,000 acres. I cost 50,000 to fence it. TWICB as many erimes are committed in I'aris by persous between the ages of fifteen and twenty as by those be tween twenty and forty. TUP priiice of "N ales is a colonel in foity-two different regiments, and it becomes a curious question as to what be juld do if bib mamma should ol der them all out at once. '1 HK Bra/ilit government has or dered the purchase of 500,000 cuttings of grape\ines in the United States and lan-ope for use in starting experimental vineyards in that republic. THK most powerful telescopes now 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. — 22 October 1891

Z^- ~~\i -*II -%\ff "wayfc JOHN P. MAlTsOS, Kd tor and Proprietor. WARREN. M|NN THE MOTTO IN A WEDDING RING. A lover pa-ve the wedding ring Into the goldsmith's hand Uiuve ino,' he suid, a tender thought Within this j? Iden band The goldsmith gru,\ cd, With careful ai*' Till death us part Tho wedding bells rang jjladlv out, The husband said* "Oh, wife. Together we will share the grief, happiness of life. I give to thee My banc1, my heait, Till death uspait" Tw as she that lifted now his hnnd (O love, that this should be') 1 hen on it placed the golden band, Aid whimpered tenderly: Till death us join, Lo, thou art mine And I am thine! And wh'n death joins we never more Shall know an aching heart, The bridal of that b.tter lo\o Death has no rower to pa t. That troth will bo Foi thee and me Etercitj So up the hi'l and down the hill. Through fiftj changing vear* Tl y "bared each other happiness. They dried each other's xears. Alas' Alas '1 hat death's cold dart Such love can part' Jut o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 October 1891

kv yi. & m*i a*i\w* %St 1 7 ^,Fr| Warren Sheaf. P. MATTSON* Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, October 22nd, 1891. GREAT PREMIUM OFFER Ten Fine Oleographs, of Assorted Sizes, Given Free to Subscribers of the Sheaf. In order to double the subscription list of the SHEA ami also as an in ducement to old subscribers to pay p all arrearages, we have secured a quantity of tine pictures, real works of art, which we are now offering as a premium with the paper on the fol lowing conditions: All new sub scribers who pay a year's subscrip tion in advance 1.50), and all old sulwcribers who pay what thqy may owe on the paper up to ilate and .year in advance, will receive a set of these beautiful pictures as a present. This uuparalleld offer will hold good only till December 1st, 1891. These oleographs are real works of art, suitable to be framed, and will be an ornament to any home. They alone are worth more than a year's sub scription to the paper, and remember we...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 October 1891

1 Alp1' fe4U i -&. s^oie SALE. The Palmer Farm, **LWjjftj]otalng he ojjft'nrren^now offered for salf^__AboHt_4.-iO Hfiw ttndefr ctiKiratkm.itfcr^ hundred (ft Owad_hjMigPKnd bafr*tthly 10 JBJ^jfaw^ltJroin eenter~of twice Vhatvo wo Auk top it Cooke Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Harrest shoes at Franson's. City Carters for sale at this office. The M. E. ew voat of paint. is receiving a Churca Don't forget to go to Tarnlseth's fforgood bargains. If .Ton are looking for bargains call at Winchesters. Have you seen those cork sole shoes at Winchesters? Men's, laliov misses' and childrens fine shoes. rlt Franson's. Do'yr,,, need a carpet? Winchester hns vll8t what you want. Goods are now sold cheaper at Tarnlseth's brick store than ever before. Last Monday morning the depot platform was completely blocked as usual. J. N. Blawd is staying at home lit Wavren getting acquainted with his ytmng daughter. The Farmers & Merchants Bank of Argyle has a large amount of money to loan on improve...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 October 1891

it a i I i "p&K T(V! coo JOHN r. MAlTaPW, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. ~T~~ MINN o\ NORTHERN- has signed the bill making Labor daythe first Monday September of each year-a legal holi day in Georgia. THE largest salary of any diplomatist is that of Waddington, French min ister at London, which is WO,000 a vear The British minister to France has 550,000 a year THE latest Tascott story has one com mendable feature. It kills Tascott parly in the play According to the narrator, he was strangled,to death by his pais immediately after the murder of bnell 0E result of the recent disorders of Tiench pilgrims at the Pantheon at TRome is the issuing of an order by the 1 rench govei nment forbidding bishops lo leave their dioceses without leave of I he governme nt IN the museum of the dead letter of fice at Washington, there is a piece of parchment upon which is penned a copy of the Lord's Piayer written in fifty-four different lan guages. .TAMES DREDGE and Sir Henr Wood, nf the royal comm...

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