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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 October 1891

*S II. w^ J&jy ^^^^&a& 1 ^^pi T* On a bough in a tree. Katydids, one, two, thref, Singing shrill, persistently, Katy, Katy, Katy did, Katy. Katy, Katy did, She did, she did, didn shef The heavens dark overhoid. Starry lights beauty shed Underneath this canopy Sing Katydids one two, thrc*. Katy, Katy, Katv did Katy Katy, Katj did. bhe did, she did, didn't shot Kat Katv. Katydid, Katy didn t, didn wed, Katy wouldn't be misled By saucy roamers overhead. Katy didn't, didn't wed. Katy did, she did. she did. To say she didn't we forbid, bhe did, she did, O Katy d. The beauteous moon rose in the east, O er ebon Night a bright robed priest ut all the night the song ne'er ceased. Of Katyaid, of Katydid O Katy did she did, she did. No, Ka'y didn t, didn wed. But'nevcr Katy made so bold To answer all the stories told Iom twilight dim to night grown old And merged in morning's rising gold. Ka'y, Katy, Katy did, Katf Katy, Katy did, She did she did, didn't she* Amanda Booth, in Good ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 October 1891

,1 1 1\ ^rf^/*:' /I-T^^JUJ WflTTEn_ShEaF. .T.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O TH E COUNTY. Thursday, October 20th7lS91 Two YOUNG Americans who linking a tour of the world on then bicycles, pinnted the shirs and sti-ipt* on top Mount Ararat, Noah's old camping ground, on the last Fourth of July. THEKK in more money for Donnelly writing books and delivering leetunv than in law suit.-. He discovered the cipher in Shakespeare, and he may now try to discover why there were no more ciphers in the verdict of the! Minneapolis jury. HK MANAOKIW of ihe Minnesota State Fair syth.H the income thi. venr will pay expenses and leave a large surplus. Yes, an.1 (he surplus has come from selling gambling pri vileges at the fair. As the (air is run, it is a disgrace to the state. TMR KKVIKW, of Kast (.irand Forks. in etmumenHing the industries of the town.siiys it has 1 ehttivh,! laundry, 1 general store, saloons, 'moiik f.vs and band of the W. T. That's enough. No decent person wou...

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

4P *m 1 I Hi -I i Volume XL The Palmer Farm. **!!!l]!ag__ont pronwtv of *i ^_T! offered for jjgjg^^bqwMSi) aorea under cultivation, threp hundred of which is summer fallowed. flood h.twae and burn only 10 tiiinntes walk from renter of vit.v. Thin farm will be worth Twice what, we now ask for it iHtx few years. Tail or address Cooke $ Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Mrs. W.-A Case trent down to Stephen on Tuesday. James ttnfferty departed for Wis consin last Monday. A little child of County Commis sioner Nutting, died last Monday night. L. Loughridge returned jester day from Illinois with a car load of horses. -Rev. L. M. Stolberg has Hinsed the Stewart house, back of Ir Wnttnm's. Call at our office and look at the beautiful pictures which we offer as a present to our subscribers. Services will be held in the Nor wegian Lutheran Church next Sun day at 11 :,J0 o'clock, A. M. J- A. ITnxEs, the SHEAF uiiiiiM. Mrs. M. E. Todd, arrived in the city last Saturday. Her many War friends wereslnd...

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

i r i .1 i r**i*- JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor And Proprietor. WARREN! MINN. A FIRM in New York is manufactur ing self-winding clocks. HE company that made an attempt 'to present "Abraham Lincoln" on the stage has been disbanded, the play proving an utter failure. BY a recent manifesto of the pope it is announced that all followers of the Catholic faith who are guilty of duel ing shall be excommunicated. HE only negro in the next congress will be H. P. Cheatham, of North Carolina, now entering his second term He is about 34 years old and is a college graduate. Qur.EN VICTORIA has now forty grandchildren, but she is particularly careful not to have them all visiting her at one time. She knows when she has had enough of family felicity. IT is only when a man runs out in his shirt sleeves to split kindling wood on an early morning and sees the empty coal bin that he realizes that the backbone of summer has become unglued. CHARLES STEWART PABXEM /S grand father committed suicide, and so did ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 November 1891

I I I) I HINTS TOR THE HOSTESS. pomettalnc Entertaining and Novol In the Way of a Phantom Party. The successful hostess has in readi liness a mental programme for the en tertainment of her giiests. That is, she will have the evening's amusement planned before the arrival of her com pany. If it be a "g-erman" or "card" party no planning of the nature will be necessary But there are many who approve neither of dancing nor of cards and when pastimes of this character are not to be something else must be provided One who frequently entertains is ever eager for something new and original A "phantom" party may be old, but renovate it with a "web of fate" and it is both original and unique A detailed description of the phantom costume would be superfluous. All it calls for is a large sheet, pillow -case and mask. By arranging the pillow-case over tho face the mask may be dispensed with for the sake of comfort. Costumed in this spectral drapery the hostess receives her guests. No words are ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 November 1891

1'^$$ I 'r^i'^jt^gu^tl^ ^^fan^Ngm^Tfr-,, IT,1:,1 -JU^'"1'! l.n.B..".iHi i'i T. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIA PAPER O TH E COUNTY Thursday, November rth, 1891. W E EXTEND our sympathy to Edi tor Cronkhite and wife in their recent great, sorrow oernssioned by the death of their young child, a bright nnd promising hoy. ANDREW H. T^RK E, the present governor of North Dakota, wns once a homeless New York street boy. He sold papers, blacked hoots and bunked in empty dry goods boxes at night. ANOTHER $100,000 libel suit is to take place soon, but this time in Pennsylvania. Senator Quay has sued the chairman oft he Democratic State Central Committee for libel and conspiracy to libel. ELECTIONS were held in twelve states last Tuesday, the greatest in terest centering on Ohio, New York, Massachusetts nnd Iowa, We tried to get the latest news from the differ ent hattb? fields, but failed. THE YOENCJ emperor of Germany is taking an active lead in suppressing th social evil nnd nthor v...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 November 1891

'M IFOIR SALE. The Palmar Farm, This magnificent property of StiQamm adjoining the etty ^L^'j^^ "ow offered lor About 450 acres under filllivfttion, throe hundred of which is Btimnier fallowed. Good hanac and barn only 10 minutes walk from center of city. This farm wi De fforth twice what we now nak for it in a few years. Call or address Cooke Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Norman Jensen is able to fie and around again. Mrs. A. Vine and son went Crookston on Monday. up to Mrs. T. Mack and her little girls oame in from Wanger on Tuesday. Attorney Cooke sojourned in the twin cities the fore bart of the week. CE.Misner, the talkative Crook ston barber, was in town last Thurs dnv W D. Tomli nn state boiler in spector for the 5th district, was in town the first of the week. Call at our office and look at the beautiful pictures which we offer as a present to our subscribers. Fred Flanders and family went to Crookston on Friday last week and returned on Monday morning. Janres Nelson, of Viki...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 November 1891

ix ?-P 1 &k"~ 0 Wi j|/ivi/. JOHN P. MATTSON Editdi fatfrj Proprieto- WARREN, MINN. NOTWITHSTANDING the general im pression that "money talks," did you ever notice how quiet is in a bank? BISHOP GAINES, of the African Meth odist church in Georgia, was once a slave and owned by the brother of .IT is the country's misfortune that so many young men:-have stopped raising corn on the old farm and crowded into cities to raise umbrellas. 1 A WELL-KNO.\VX London millionaire, ^hKjaad his fortune selling furniture hnd[ -*?ho is now something of a pluji^eir qn the tuff, is called the "Duke oi Bedsteads." A DIRECTORY of the city of Portland, ?le.,fo the year J858hs been brought to light, and in it appears this line: "Maine, J. O., editor Advertiser, boards V. S. hotel." THE censui^wsturiis show that Utah has a population of 267,905, a gain in ten years of 63,943. Salt Lake City has *8,84 and Qgden 14,889, both having more than doubled their population in ih last decade. A I^^January, 1888, t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 November 1891

'1 1 i W JOTwJfa/, JOHN P. ATTdON Editor fan'd Proprietor WARREN. 1 MINN NOTWITHSTANDING the peneral im pression that "money talks," did jou ever notice how quiet it is in a bank? Itisnor GAINES, of the Afriean Meth odist church in Georgia, was once a slave and owned by the brother of Bob Toombs. IT is the country's misfortune that so many .young1 men have stopped raising corn on the old farm and crowded into cities to raise umbrellas. A WEM.-KNO\V.V London millionaire, who,made his fxwtune selling furniture arid who is now something: of a plunger on the turf, is called the "Duke of Bedsteads.*' A DIRECTORY of the city of Portland, JWe., for the year 1838 has been brought to light, and in it appears this line: "Blaine, .1. U.. editor Advertiser, boards U. "S. hotel." THK census "ireturds show that Utah has a population of 207,905, a gain in ton years of 6 i,9-W. Salt Lake City has 4a,S4"5 and Ogden 14,889, both having more than doubled their population in the last decade. IN January...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 November 1891

5j ^S^eet .mdrcy is noMllty'a tni* badge. -Tha baby can't walk muchhitniplC,^ igg^l but he likes to see otlwr p^otollitvalk^-|t^i Texas Sittings. cathedral bell. Reputation is the brass tintinnabulum of the loucEjnoiutha auctioneer.Dallas-News. |&y iToihe to tliihk of it, there is a great deal of push required in this business," murmured the manufacturer ifirbaby coaches. Baltimore American\.w.-x Girls who allow sparking in their homes should use smokeless powder so that the engagement may not bjeT dis covered.Baltimore American. It is so easy in the spring, when ap r^le-trees ars- in blossom, for? a man to promise "his friends aH the apples they want in the fall, -rAtchison Globe, We laugh at the cute sayings of children, but the telling remarks of a young brother are not always admired by the grown-up sister.Cape Cod Item. A colored philosopher is reported to hare arid: "Life, my breddren, am mos'ly made up of prayin' for rain and then wishin' it would cl'ar off."Pres- byter a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 November 1891

f./a J' I*V. iH 'M sssWIT *N WISDOMS- badge. mercy is nobility's tm Sweet The baby can't walk much himsel f, -^^.-sr., but he likes to see other D0Ople ivalki~iCMfc^tt$frjboal[lb Texas Sifting*. #3* Circumstances at* beyond tne5tv trol of manibut bis conduct I in hii own power.Disraeli. A poOd many self-made men e&i- Wenftiy pot tired? befor4 the job finished.Indianapolis Journal: Knowledge is the hill which few may hope to climbouty~1sthe patfr that all may tread.Lewis.Morris. -r I The debtor is the fellow who isn 't at all anxious to have his creditors hur* on his account. RQcheste^%L They talk of a standard ^Ucli" foi pianos. (The next door neig-hbor has no voice in the matter.)Columbus-. Post Fear and distrust, once sown the h^eart of love, spring up from "the seed into a forest that excludes the .stars. Lord Lytton. 'y Abridged editions are a pood dcal, like abridged trousers. They are short er, but the style and grace are ail gona^ out of them.' Puck. Character is like 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. — 12 November 1891

vi'-S'tv^KSb.iW IVy***., W ^^f^^^^V^^J^^^? T.P m~%... "-fJb Editor and Pro&rietor. OFFICIA PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, November 12th, 1891. OVER 11,000,000 bushels of wheat "were received in Duluth during Octo ber. HE FARMEKS in Ohio were not afraid of the McKinley bill Inst week. Perhaps that bill is not such a terror after all. T. J. MCGITIUE, lias returned from West Superior to Crookston and has now position in the U. S. Land Of fice. He will make a xery competent and obliging official. A srnscRiBKR wants to know if the Republican party is to bin me for the wet and unfavorable threshing weath er this fall. We respectfully submit the question to the editor of the Banner. A TOTAL eclipse of the moon is to occur next Sunday evening at or near sunset and will be visible over the entire country. The moon will enter the penumbra at about 4 p. M. and leave at about 9 p. M. FREQUENT attempts are made to smuggle Chinamen into the United States across the northern boun dary from Cana...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 November 1891

It 5. '.ft I r'. II k. 1- 1 It I: 1 1 1 ^'^^W^^J'^R^^g^^g ^OIS SALE The Patatfarm. This magrntfloont nro tv SOOwciVH ndjoining rhi. .ifv of Wnrron. now offered tor gale. About 4 .0 acres under cultivation, three hundred of which la summer fallowed. Qood lnuae and bom only 10 nilnutea walk from ceiiter of city. Thia farm will be worth twice what wo now auk for It in a few years. Call or art Arena Cooke Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Snowing as we go to press. Highest cash price paid for furs and white owls at Slees. Almost everything new under the sua can be found at Slee's. Oh! papa 1 Buy me one of those new rocking horses at Slee's. The price of those new dress goods at Whitney's will astonish you. Mama! Wont you buy me one of those cute little pianos. Mr. Slee has them for sale. Thursday, Nov. 26th lias been appointed by Governor Merriam as Thanksgiving day. Call at our office and look at the beautiful pictures which we offer as a present to our subscribers. M. J. MeCann left for Ar...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 November 1891

,1! ii eg*1 Lwwt JO HN P. MA11WON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. ROBERT BBOWNINQ'S admirers place a wreath of flowers over his grave in "Westminster abbey every day. EUGENE WINCHET, of Dayton 0. le ts all working 1 girls ride for half price on his street railway, which 1 uns through the suburbs of the city. ALMO ST a third of humanityor, to put it in round numbers, 400,000,000 peoplespeak the Chinese language. English is spoken by about 100,000,000 people. ___________^^__ MB. LABOUCHERE, who w^as a mem ber of the parliamentary committee that inquired into Queen Victoria's savings, asserts that her majesty's fortune is surprisingly small. THE coldest spot on the earth is at "Werkhojansk, in Siberia, where the thermometer has registered eighty-one degrees below zero The soil there is iro7en to a depth of four hundred feet. MR S. MARY WASHIXGTOX FINCH, a granddaughter of Gen. Washington, has the nearest thing to the historic lit tle hatcheta silver one made from a spoon once own...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 November 1891

'W I fcC. lr *f* 5yl it I A VISIT*TO THE TRAPPISTS. th Monica Pray All night. Eat Rice One* a Day and Dig- their Own Gruvcs. The morning was fine as set out to visit the monastery .o a Grande Trappe, which lies nestled in the wood land between Mortagne and Soligny. .Visitors are n#t numerous a one might expect during- the holiday season the Grand Chartreuse appears to monpolize the tourists' curiosity. This may be owing the renowned cordial fabricated there. I is true the Trap pist also distill a liquor, but it is not so far-famed. Besides, too, the jovial monk whom everybody likes is not be found thereth Trappist is grave and austere. "It must be hard to live, but sweet die there," remarks companion, "for they leave behind them nothing to regret in this world." was about to develop his proposition when reached the worm-eaten door of the monastery, which bears some resemblance a old farm house of the middle ages, Rising above the an cient building is the spire of a new I church, whi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 November 1891

1i I -"ii 'ah i ,i' ,4~- iffiV 4 ft^: 1 Kf' %&* JW Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O TH E COUNTY. Thursday, November 10th, 1891. GREAT PREMIUM OFFER Ten Fine Olographs, of Assorted Sizes, Given Free to Subscribers of the Sheaf. in order to double thpsubhcription lit of the SHEVP and !o as an in ducement to old sublet ibers to pa.A up all arrearages, we have secured a quantity of fine pictme*, real works of art, which we are now ottering a^ premium with the paper on the fol lowing conditions- All new sub scribers whopa\ peal's si.bserip tion in advance ($1 f0) and all old subscribers who pa, what they inn owe on the paper up to date and a year in advance, will receive a set of these beautiful pit tines as a present. Thisuupuralleldoffei will hold good onlj till December 1st, 1S01. Tl est oleographs nie real woiks 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, 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. — 26 November 1891

d.^B. JYEZSOW, ^^fiO^ANC Ef AGENT, ^Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, German American (New York,) rffand Commercial Union *ARREN, THIS is a pic ture of the man who catches on to the Palmer farm now for sale by Cooke & Olson, as he will appear on T'ks- Kiving day 1900 LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Wheat has been coming in lively .during the past few days. The county commissioners will moot on "Wednesday, Dec. 2nd. Mayor Lamberson left for Chica go Inst week and is expected home to-day. Christmas time is drawing nigh. Now is the time to advertise goods for the holiday trade. W. Powell returned last Tues day from a flying visit to his old home at River Falls, "Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Philo Stone, of Argyle, left Tuesday for an extended visit at Wabasha, this state. If you hold any orders against Marshall county read the county treasurer's notice in this issue. Services in the Norwegian .Luth eran Church next Sunday at 10:80, Sunday school at 9:30. J. A. URXES, Pastor. C. W. Culbertson ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 November 1891

i -4 ffif iJ JOHN P. MA1T&ON, Kd toi afid Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. i te bPECTACLES were invented in the year 1320, but were not in general use until nearly two hundred years later. TIIK present season has been dis astrous upon the seas. I is estimated that in September and Oetober ninety lives and .20,009,000 were lost \y ship wi eeks. DR BROW SEQU\I ?D has apparently abandoned his famous "elixir of life" and now thinks he has a cure for coughs, and sneezing. instance of the modern regard for things suggestive of the "olden vines" is the increased use of candle light at fashionable dinner parties. Tiir irost welcome feature of the world's industrial pi ogress is that much which a past generation permitted to go to waste is now made of practical itNe _______^^___ 1'ForiFin Japan aie called by the f.im ly name first, the individual or what we call Christian name next, and then the honorificthus '"Smith Peter Mr." _____ Tut toyalities from Moody and San- key'^ famous "Gospel Hymns...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 November 1891

i *n Hi fA A 1 i i Kit Although ITJR ruse x\ as Not S Bad A I Mis:lit Have Hcen. The other day a bUthesomo young man made a wild rush up the *Wur at the Brooklyn end of the bridge to taieH a train which wasn't there. Anion-.? those who noted that he looked pale and nervous after the effovt was a man with a sympathising- faeo, and ha walked up to him and said: 'Young 1 man. you ought to know tetter thau to rush up stairs like that. IIa\e you got palpitation of the heart?" Nno, sir." "You look as -whi te as a sheet and are trembling- all over. Any of your family ever die of apoplexy 0 "I'm all riffht." replied the young man as edged a ay. 'I dunno about that Shouldn't won der if 5011 hadn't come mighty nigh bursting a blood-vessel or something. Let feel of you pulse "I tell you I'm all right!" protested tap young man. 'You may be, but what makes you look pale and scared? Something is wrong somewhere." The young man beckoned him aside and held a brief whispered conrfcrsa- \$ tion witho...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 November 1891

yp i i & Ht i. Warren fiheaF. T. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL, PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, November 26th, 1891. J. S. CLAHKSON, of Iowa, has been elected president of the Republican National Committee. THE DEMOCRATS have the majority in the house of representatives, and a spirited contest is going on for the speakership. Mills, of tariff fame, seems to have the inside track. THAT ONLY an intelligent people is capable of successful self government is illustrated by recent happenings in Brazil. That country according to latest reports is in a state of insur rection 11 took the people of France along time to learn how to govern themselves, and the South American republics are passing through the same experience. THE NEXT president of the United .States will be nominated at Minnea polis. That city has been chosen as the place for holding the Republican National Convention, and June 7th is the day when it is to be held. Min neapolis'push and enterprise secured the p...

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