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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 December 1891

1 'A flsw SAID ono day a year ago, I wonder if I truly kept A list of days xvhen life burnt low, Of days I smiled, and days I wept If good or bad would highest mount, When I made up the year's account. I took a ledger, fair and tine. And now, I said, when days are glad, I' ll write with bright red ink the line, And write with black when they are bad, S that they'll stand before sight A clear apart as day and night. I will not heed the changing skies Nor if it shine, nor if it rain. But if there comes ome sweet surprise Of friendship, love or honest gaiD, "Why, then, it shall be understood That day is written down as good. And if to an) one 1 love A rssin meets them on the way, That will a double pleasure prove, S it shall be a happy day, And if some day I've cause to dreal Pass harmless by, I ll rite it red When hands and brain stand labor's test, And I can do the thing I would. Those days when I atn at tost, Shall all be traced as very good. And in "red letter, too, I' ll write, 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. — 24 December 1891

t\ i ft *1 Warren Sheaf. .T.T.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL. PAPER O TUB COUNTY. Thursday, December 24th, 1891. THE NEXT annual meeting of the State Alliance will be held nt Harmo .niti Hnll, Minneapolis, on January 5 th. 181)2. "ROGER Q. MILLS IS a big elephant on the hnnds of .Speaker Crisp. He has refuse*1 seeond plnee on the com mittee nt ways nnd means. SENATOR PLUMB, of Kansas, died suddenly on Sunday morning from apoplexy iiuse bOh,my overwork. last words were: hendt mv heodl" head!Hii my SIR ICmvix ARNOLD, the author of the Light of Asia, and the Light of the World, who is now traveling in this country, will give readings from hi* poems at Minneapolis IVe. 29r. WHITTIKU the sweet Quaker poet celebrated hi 85th birthday Deo. 17th. He stillpossessesgood health. May he live many more years to cheer the hearts of his countrymen by his henutiful verse. THE HALLOCK WEEKLY NEWS came out in brilliant colors last week, and in glowing terms it set forth the ad vantage.* of ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 December 1891

1 &- 1 *mfimjmmam r* i 1 rJ ?j"'."'"-5^-'nt^ ,pH"^ MONEY at present prices. COOKK & OLSON will sell you all or pnrt of the Pal mer farm at low prices- considering location and quality of the land. Home and County News Chas. Sand berg went to Crooks ton yesterday. Oranges, lemons, pears and gropes at Fred Brady's. Fred Craig is dangerously ill with typhoid fever. Charles E Lundquist made a flying holiday trip to Ada, Minn. F.W.Flanders, wife and children pent the Christmas holidays at Crookston. The County Commissioners will hold their annual meeting on Tues day, Jan. 5th. J. W. Harrw left for his old home in Canada on Tuesday to be gone a couple of months. W. F. Powell took" the south bound train on Tuesday for the twin cities and other points. Fred Brady has opened up fruit and confectionery store in Tar ahpth's o}d store building. A good resolution for the new year Li to subscribe for the SHF AF and pay a year in advance another good resolution is to advertise in the colum...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 December 1891

wmiMMMMRH4MH|NBM} "8" M MbUMior "HI? J**??^ fWj'^JWPWsJjUf--"* jg^ljpaiii^^ fr rra/ jf/**/. JOHN P. MAT.T3QN, Ed tor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. ALTHOUGH Horace Greeley died nine teen years apo letters to his address are *t\U received every now and then at the New York Tribune office. NATURALISTS have enumerated six hundred and seven different species of reptiles. Of this number four hundred and ninety are as harmless as rabbits. SENATOR SHERMAN, Senator Hoar md ex-Senator Evarts are all cousins, ind they trace their lineag-e back to Roger Sherman, the grim Puritan of Revolutionary times. MRS FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT has Founded an asylum for newsboys in London in memory of her dead son, the original Lord Fauntleroy. The place is aamed Lionel's home. THRI-E THOUSAND acres of wild land were recently fenced in to a height of sixteen feet in Missouri. A large num ber of deer were inclosed without their .now ledge, and it is proposed to keep them there the rest of their lives. KATE FIE...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 December 1891

'V i m i J^ i 5* MMHl Tot& Clerks and Treasitrefs. Nnmes and addresses of Town Cleiks and Village Recorders, also oi Town and Village Treasurers elected March 10 1891. (The flrgt name a/Wench village or town It th'tt of the Record* or ri'rk, the croud is the name of the Treasurer I11AOK". P.O. barren John Ostrom \nrren I Fnralseth A.*\le lrit Rith.irdHon Arable, II. I. MilK.iaid Stephen O (vunderaon Stephen. I \etter Alnnv E Cook Argjle hrut h]ii guard Aj,Hburg 1 Hoel Stgptaea. Frank 1 *t)per Roxv-rtie Nelsh Nko Warren I h/ts utzel Boomer E frink Argjle. c*ami 1 Carry W oods Lei11 Acton. N D. Htlvoi Harris Ria Woods, omstock .1 I.oeslie Warren. Veter Rrtti .Oder Bradford Breese. "V\ illi.im irhtnan fc.si.el \\m Htnawu Kxcel. Hi nrv Roepke 1 ijl Point A ttenquist Tsien VittsonCo 1 old thl mto S HOUR John Norogreen Holt O a. Uoldeu O Dorre Lincoln l'eter Floe Fi Carlson Engluud. Mi Oca Geo Barnes Warren nrren Wood Warsh cTrore .lohn RiiuiHsou Fodvang I'eder Bjikke Middle River Ceo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 December 1891

I ti J Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, December 31st, 1891% ST. PAUL will build a large audi torium in anticipation of obtaining the Democratic national convention. THE DEPOT at Haliock was burned to the ground on Monday night, caused by a lamp exploding in the ticket office. GOVERNNOR MKRKIAM has ap pointed D. A Whitney of Warren to receive conti ibutions for the Russians from this county. JAMES H. STALY, a business man of Fisher, dropped dead ill his place of business on Tuesday of last week, death resulting from heart trouble. SENATOR WASHBURN has secured from Secretary Tracy the use of the U. S. fiigate Constellation to carr^ food products to the starving Rus* shins. WE REJOICE to hear that one news paper man is in good luck. Joel Heatwole, the fighting editor of the Northfield News, has been ap pointed a regent of the State Uni versity by Governor Merriam. FREQUENT attempts are being made upon the lives of rich men these ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 January 1892

it WMJ EH ft: 5^ I MON! EY made buy- ing Red River Valley Farms at present prices, rooms & OLSON will sell you all or pnrt of the Pal mer farm at low prices considering location and quality of the land. Home and County News L. Loughridge started for Polo, 111., on Monday. Archie Headrick, of Wangcr, left for Portland, Or., on Tuesday. J. H. McArthur has been under the weather for the past few days. County Superintendent Wy&nt i attending the sessions of thecounty boaI'd. Miss Nellie Twombly of Morris, Minn., is here visiting* relatives and friends. H. J. Bennewitz, our popular harness maker, was at Stephen on Tuesday. Mr. Faltenson, D. A. Whltnev's popular clerk spent New Years' "at his home in Caledonia, N. D. Nels K. Nelson is assisting Post master Easton while the latter is en joying a little relaxation from official cares. The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet at Mrs A. R. Gordon's next Wednesday afternoon. Gust Anderson, of Viking, went to Minnneap...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 January 1892

li calaB*ea 1 barren gheaf. JOHN P. MA1TSON, Ed tor au Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. SENATOR SHERMAV, Senato Roa and ex-Senator Evarts are all cousins, nuri they trace their lineage back to Kog-er Sherman, the grim Puritan of Revolutionary times. MR* VNCES HODGSON BURNETT has founded an asylum for newsboys in London in memory of her dead son, the original Lord Fanntleroy. The place is named Lionel's, home. llminnsHVNORED pounds of gold are used every year for filling teeth in this country.. It is worth over half a million dollars and is lost as effectu ally as if it we re dropped into the ocean. TuRfcF THousiaD acres of wild land u ere recently fenced in to a height of SIN teen feet in Missouri. 'A large num ber of deer were inclosed without their know ledge, and it is proposed to keep them there the rest of their lives. THE result of the recent attempt to raise tea in North Carolina indicates that the soil and climate are favorable .to such industry, but that, owing to the eNpense of p...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 January 1892

-Jk i $* BgJ !f astiAS $$urenghtaf JOHN P. MATTaON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. THE FARMER'S SONG BIRD. You may talk about the tnusio of the thrush SiiiKing from a shady nook In Juno, ou may tell mo how in early morning's hush Rob ns tin oats their mtlodies attune, ou may even praise the chatter of the wren, Dut to me the sweetest warbling in the world Is the cut cut cut cutdawcut, Cut cut cut cutdawcut. Cut cut cut cut Cut out cut cut iwcut the oidinarj hen' 1 have naught agains the bobolink to say, Is or the blackbird' crazy quiverings, I c\n listen quite enchanted all tie day II the oriole abo\o sings. 'C.iinst the nightingale I've not a single word, Hut claim there is no singing in the world Like nit cut cut cutdawcut Cut cut cut cutdawcut Cut cut cut cut Cut cut cut cut dawcut Of our gallinaceous bird' Tis a pe-u and a promise all in one, lis an invitation to a feast is an honest boast of useful labor done, And it tells of capital increased Oh I praise no fancy bird wit...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 January 1892

1 1 i if,'. ,r J&: I 15 y% Warren fihgaf. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPEK O THE COUNTY. Thursday,.January 7th, 1892. A Unmerciful Law. nm.*- i i v, Om attent.on has been called to a law passed by the last legislature, the existence of wlnYh is not general ly known. It is as follows VIIAPTEU 404 (s. i\ xo. 537). An ar-t providing that each incor porated city. village or town in Mar shall founts' having within its limits persons resident therein, who are des titute or need assistance, shall pro vide for the same. I it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota SEOTIOX 1. Tlint such destitute persons or those needing assistance, resident within the limits of ,-tny citv. incorporated village or town in Mar shall county, slmll be tlie charge of the city, village or town in which they reside. SECTION J. This act shall take ef fect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved April 19th, ISO!. Time and space forbid us to make any extended criticism o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 January 1892

I &J&J- Volume XII. MON!Y bar. Owner ottice. 'E made buy- ing Red River Valley Farms at present prices. COOKE & OLSON will sell you all or part of tlie Pal mer farm at low prices considering location and quality of the land. Home and County News The weather has been extremely fold for a week or so. Found: A gent's watch chain will apply at SHEAF J. II. MeArthur has downed the grippe and is attending to business as usual. Otto S. Houg, of Foldal, re turned home yesterday from Fill more Co., Several correspondences and editorial matter must go over to next week. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bennewitz went to Winnipeg- yesterday to visit for a few da vs. Our readers will please notice change in G. C. Winchester's adver tisement this week. John Woodward returned from Michigan last week*. The climate there didn't suit him, Station agent Harris and fami ly expect to leave on an extended trip south in a few days. John P. Dalquist left on Mou day for Minneapolis to attendncom mercial scho...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 January 1892

W^Y m? ft* i ~f i Fffi^ UTn1iinHHi ^s^jsy^^pwfBP^wili Wnrrm JOHN P. MAlTeON, Editor aud Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. WiiiTTin: wrote his first published poem when he was seventeen years old. HE Chiuese exclusion law will soon expire by limitation, according to the terms of it-a enactment. IT is said that biig-ar made from coal is three hundred times sweeter than ordinary cane sugar, but it costs teu dollars a pound. HE total area of boff land in Ireland Is 2,830,000 acres of which 1,254,000 is mountain bog and the other is avail able for fuel. The average thickness of the peat is 12 feet THR population of China is now esti mated at 350,000,000, which is almost equal to the entire population of Eu rope. The Chinese national debt is one of the smallest, amounting to only $38,300,000 THVT war cloud in Europe has be come so dense and threatening that theie is no telling what might happen if an American rainmaker with a few bombb should go o\er there and begin experimenting TUKEK dozen eggs...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 January 1892

ti 'S T^tfr* ytfttm- ,,"~WfJ-*- ."vjtS* fxrren^lmf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ I MINN. THE BOARDERS AT DINNER. The funny boardor he bosun The racket, bcinj? ab.e Let each." he said, "fjet off a pun OD something on the table. "And I'll commence with one you will Acknowledge ia the boss, sir This morningas the house was still I woke cup plate and saucer." "Got up potato clock, sir," said The next in turn, undaunted, I know egtf girl who sugar head Because her hand I wanted." I'd do the sain\ laughed number three, If you wore mv ad jror A nas-tea cigarette, may be. You often sn^ke beef fore hor." It's mocha meerschaum pie, perhaps," Said number four, in folly, Whon knife fork kettle lot of chaps Who loved me I ham jolly." It's hard to pickle lover when i A person has stew many," Laughed number five"why oil the men Are spoonstwo for a peuny I'd be hash-shamed of such a view," The next one said. I'm guessing You mustard mire them, for you Take lots of thyme in dressing...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 January 1892

v-itw 1%' Warren SheaP J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, January 14th, 1892. THE SHEAF will publish the pro ceedings of the county board, fresh and oomplftte, during the year 1892, and our subscribers will lose noth ing by our wot being the official pa per. Being located nt the county seat we will be able to furnish our raiders far more county news than the official paper can possibly do. Oi'K sunscttiBGRs are being so well pleased with the premium pictures offered with the SHEAF, we have de cided to keep open our offer as long AS our present supply holds out. You can get the ten beautiful pictures free by paying up what you owe on the paper nnd a year in ad vance. You want the pictures and we need the money. HE PEOPLE of New Solum, Hell em 0 are very much dissatisfied with their present mail service and well they might. Though only 20 miles from Warren they can get no papers from the county seat before they are a week old. We understand there is 5i: ore or less dissat...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 January 1892

j' MON Home and County News Guy Jarrett has gone to Owa tonna to visit friends. Jas. Watson, of Deering fame, was in towu Wednesdny. 0. S. Da Id left last Monday for Chicago to attend a school. Old Mrs. Krouserin Comstockis reported to be dangerously ill. Mr. Hampshire, representing Ryan Drug Co., St Paul, was town Wednesday. Lewis Dnlquist left yesterday for Minneapolis to take a course at a Business College. station agent Harris and fami ly visited yesterday with agent GrifhVs at Argyle. G. C. Winchester returned yes terday from Pembina N. D. where lie has been visiting his brother. Mr. E. E. Graham and family returned from Grand Forks on Fri day and have again taken up their abode on the farm. Row P. T. Hilmen of the Norwe gian Synod will preach in the Swedish Lutheran church, next Sun day evening at 8 o'clock. County Auditor Glavin, Chas. Bradley and Charles Adolphson are among those who have suffered from contracted colds this week. 0. P. O.^eth of Big Wodos re turned Friday hi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 January 1892

it, *fT^ ^M! in If wren^heaf JOHN P. MATTSON. Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. CAKOM NK VON HKETHOVKX, the last "bearer of the composer's name, died a few days aj?o in Vienna. She was 84 years old. THE publishers of Gen. Grant's memoirs have thus far paid to Mrs. Graut the sum of S414,855, and there is more to come A GRF AT many people give advice about the use of the hoe and plow who neither hoe nor plow nor plane. The muscles of the tongue work easier than the muscles of the arms and legs. PBoiJAr.i the oldest postmaster in the land is Rosvt ell Heardsley, of North Lansing- N Ho was appointed in 1828, durinjr the administration of John Quincy Adams, and was then only a youth of l'J years. CArT. JOHN' DAVIS, of Deer Isle, Me., vras one of the crew of fifty-two who, serving- w.thcul pay, sailed in the United States steamer Jamestown forty-throe years ago to carry flour and grain to Ireland during the famine. OV ER one million five hundred thou sand union soldiers of the eivi) war...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 January 1892

ih WINTER WOOING. Guess I reckoned that I'd never Pop that question t' MUniuly. First I tried to was one summer, Settin' on her dad's ^iand. Then one August, too, I thought I'd,, A-*k her, in the clo\ er ler: -J Had A sot speech, bat &omaUo\v she Looked too cold to ta'?e tie h^a'lcr. Next tfme w7 th' idin' party Oat at Ci uw foul's, an Mir mdy fo.iid -h lide if I could And a 1 \tr s'ze toboggan handy. That jjst me tinglin' so I A Kt her if she'd go a joxgin* With mv arms around her s'idin' Rijht ,ilon.* on life's toboggan. Thf Mirand smiled her sl-y way, W iih the color all a bu Idin' Iu noi U*, an' a as how the Questi took her kin 1 sudien LIKC an lefi bur without breath t' Say a word but guessed'the flvttt' Down the nil with winter owtn' In ou fucf. wuz rather tryln'. But h whimpered If I'd steer her Jest as sti aight an jest as clever Do^vn life groove as that toboggan, She uld 1 Je with me forever. If 1 alwaja guard her, keepin' Hound my arms fer safe protection itciii fer t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 January 1892

_,ij*f-ataafa if 1 Msj Warren Sheaf. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, January 21st, 1892. Must Pay the Tax. Marshall county has been trying for many yon-re to wlloot certain taxes from the St. P. M. & M. Rail road company on lnuds not included in the original grant, hut no county nttornpy has ever made any move in the matter, A rase involving sim ilar points of law has lately been de cided against the company in favor of Todd county. The company fought the ease from the district court to the Supreme Court of the Tinted States, where a decision \vn rendered against the company. In the face of this decision the company is not likely to longer fight (hiscoun ty in the collection of luxes due. The following is from the Todd County Argus relative to this case: The land in question was purchased by Jas. J. Hill of the English com pany who afterwards turned theland over to the railroad company when they refused to pay the tax,claiming that all the lands were exempted from t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 January 1892

1 I Mi- "&-. IJ 1 i Llt\r. i^fi^ 1*B"^?*r '"Vi if*-Tti *wn J^MJUI^B MON Home and County News Ole Olson Sundnved in Grand Forks. Agent Harris and family have gone on their trip south. K. J. Bennewitz came down from Oookstou this morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Powell took the train yesterday for Oookston. The feed mill of Lundell & Skjel stsd seems to be doing a good busi ness. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs, John Lindner* on Friday afternoon last week. Miss Lu Ross returned yester day morning from a several days visit iu Oookston. Mrs. James Hedrick, of Wanger is visiting in the family of her daughter Mrs. T. H. Mack. John E. Ostrom left for St.' Paul on Monday. He may extend his trip to Chicago and further ere he returns. Sheriff Kivel left for Indianayes terday to try find a party accused of selling property which he did not own. A tine flowing well has been struck on the farm of P. Person of Oak Park, at a depth of 175 feet. The well was drilled by John Cheney. The weather for...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 January 1892

4 1 iimmglttaf. JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN] MINN. A WATCH beats 157,680,000 times in a jsar. In the sar length of time the wheels travel 3,558% miles. HE population of London is now 4,4'l,tk)l. That of Paris, which comes next in the list of large cities, is 2,844,- 350. THE famous Winchester elm in Bos ton, recently cut down, was full grown in 1C6J The last treaty with the In dians as signed under it and it was the last of New England's historic elms. IT is no wonder there are so few good people left A scientist has cal culated that si\ty-t\\odi every minute of the day and night the year round, and every one of them is virtuous, ac cording to the tombstone. BECAI SL a woman died from blood poisoning caused by vaccination with impure virus, a New York physician denounces vacciuation, and now no one will be surprised if somebody else should denounce the sun because sever al people have died from sunstroke. JlDGE ABKMIAM JkFrFUSON SEAT, the new governor of Oklahoma, ...

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