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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 March 1892

V, fyrrm^htafi JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ MINN. flte rJjIIE village of Gamble town i\as like Brer Rabbit that it liiy low But ne\ertheless it boasted the pi oiid possession of a hotel, seven churches a wholesale store and a small hteara tire engine of brilliant appear ance and untried ability. Stay, there was also a hijrh school, the (jumbletown Free academy as it n us called, at which the youth of both so\es applied their ruby lips to the Pierian spring1 with edifying results. Ihe school prospered with a large and unctuous prosperity, and the number its scholars, increased and multipled nntil it became necessary to engage an additional professor He came fiom no matter whereit was over the hills ani far away. And he looked it lie was. a wonderfully handsome man, and his name was Bartholomew Spunk He was a chemist by profes sion, and he had become so fond of communing with nature in her secret mooils that it was well-nigh impossi ble to induce him to communicate w...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 March 1892

**&$&- ~~2& -.s-'S^ie"" Warren fiheaF J.P.MATTSON, Editor an Prdptfetfor, Thursday-, Ator }n), 1892. A 4rruAii FEATURE of the Farm ers Allinnee organization ami Farm 'era Alliance papers is that they ap parently take no interest in farm matters. In the reports of Alliance meetings nn exchange of ideas as to the best methods of cultivating the soil, the most profitable crops to raise or the breeds of stock, are never mentioned. Instead of giving their attention to regulating the affairs of the farm the majority of Alliance men seem to be busying themselves with regulating the affairs of the government, and the business and financial institutions of the country. To a man up a. tree it looks as if they wore tired of farming and had all joined the hungry horde of office seekers ".[Crooks ton Times. West Valley. W 9 VAI.I.EY. Minn., rb. itfr.l, M92, Nellie and Annie Hokke came home the fore part of this month. o All the big boys are going to school now, they seem to like it i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 March 1892

i I. i. are now prewired to negotiate Real Estate loans on a new plan thereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In tbi, way the borrow er wilt find bis mortgage'lifted in a Jew years-haidly realising how it was done. Farms for sale COOKE OLSON. Home and County News WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Html 1 Northern Kev. L. eonureo-ntions week. way is an & & 71 eta. TO 19 Reject i Rarley to 40 -J. C. Melntyro returned to ivn last week. Wni- Oscar IF. Olson, of Crookston spent several days in town last, week. -T. L. Robertson eante up front on Thursday last to visit Wander friends. Stol!or is visiting in Polk county this Miss Mho Twomblv lias entered upon- her duties as cashier in the store of Mr. Winchester. Miss Emma Hwanson of Winni peg preached in the Swedish Mission 1 I hureh last Thursday evening. She ts a Chinese missionary. Mr. X. 1\ Lundjrren, one of Hal-are Jock rustling vomi o- merchants, passed throiTo-h Warren last Satur day homeward bound from a trip to N est Supe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 March 1892

i^i^ is, I lr. .1- iuiif|iWlYui-^ JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. AT the elosc of 1891 the net indebted ness of the world ^as $26,017,096,000. IK. as Dr. Kceley says, drunkenness is a disease, is it to be regarded as con tagious*? Men who drink catch it when they get home, anyhow. THE last lang-nagc into which the New Testament has been translated is the Motu language of New Guinea, the latest tribe to become English subjects. IT is disheartening to learn there are several million barrels of oatmeal in this country that must be eaten as soon as possible in order to meet existing emeigeneies ()E-IHIR of the meat sold in Paris is the flesh of horses and mules. When the American hog gets fairly acquaint ed with the French capital he will re fcim present arrangements. Ti\ST year 838 persons died in Russia tw een the ages of 100 and 10o, 130 be tween 115 and 120, while three were re ported to the authorities as having died after living to be 150 years or more of age...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 March 1892

r^. 1 JOHN P. MA1TS0N, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. IN OLD COLONY TIMES. A quaint old book, whose faded yellow pages Turned over in he garret's somber gloom, Send forth *rx odor caught from distant ages, A strangely sweet, mysterious perfume, Seeming to breathe of other dijs than ours The perfume of their flowers. Upon theflvleaf in an old handwriting, AVhleh many after-years have not effaced, These simple words, two lovers' hearts uniting, At this late day may still be clearly traced' "Prudence, from John"and then a date below In the dim long ago. I turn the leases, upon whose margin lingers The touch of one who turned these leaves of old. The dainty, loving touch of those white fingers Which in vein death these many years been cold. And to this day, from these dim yellow lines, Her smile's reflection shines' The quaint, old fashioned text, as I discover, Is dry at bestill-suited to engage A maiden thought, the book is one no lover Would set his lore to read in any age! Hapl...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 March 1892

re ^'^Wtjj k4' Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, March loth, 1892, Tbe City TickBt, Below we give a list of the candi dates to be vot ed for at the. ole'ction to be held next Tuesday. Ah"X" must lw put opposite the name of each candidate voted for in the spaces indicated on the ballots. Let voters rememb er that three aldermen are to be fleeted. Mayor John K. 0.srrm. MayorW F. l*o\wll. Aldfrmfn -Ony A. Anlm). Aldormiiu Aujr. Lnnrigron. AlitomanW. N 1'owHI. K^orrtetA. to. Nelson. Recorder- Aln'1 CailiorR. Constal.le -Ungvnelttkdy. Instructions to Yoters. The judges of election will Turn tali each person entitled to vote with one ballot of each kind that is to be vote d. Th voter will then retire, alone, to one of the stalls or rooms provided for that purpose, and make across (x mark on the line, of the name of each candidate for whom he wishes to vote, inspaee left for that purpose. will then fold the ballot in such away MS to conceal the face of it, but so ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 March 1892

$ 1 a"**,. We are now prepared to negotiate Real Estate Loam on a new plan, thereby the loan is paid back in small instalments, In this way the horrais er will find Ms mortgage- lifted in a few yearshardly realising bow it was done. &&T Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. ^m^^E!?* J5"ff!??5!5 Home and County News WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 N or thern 2 It ejected liarlev 3O-to40 The weather is rather eo ol. FOUND: A watch charm consis ting of a Finnish coin. Inq tfire :nt SHEAF office. Comity Superintendent Wyamt was a .pleasant caller at the-SHBJIF office on Saturday. The Misses Emelia and ?finirig "VVeiitzel, of Fisher, are visiting relar tives and friends in the city. V. Nilsson, the popular Staphea tailor, took orders for suits amount* inp to #250 at Warren last week. D. A.Whitney talks to the public* in his usual fascinating manner* through his new advertisement this! week. fl gallery. Mrs. T. R. Craig and MrsvLati mer went to Hamilton, N. D., on .Monday to be presen...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 March 1892

r\ n** *-qr funenghmf JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. THE timidity of the new silver coins is a subject of general remark. They seem to be afraid to go into society. A CONVICT in Nebraska whose term of service has just expired has received notice from the court that "a new trial" will be granted him. For, tying a hangman's knot an ex pert charges #2.50 This piece of noo&e, says the Chicago Tribune, may be of interest to those who contemplate be ing hanged. THEUE area few old toll bridges in Maine which still perpetuate a curious law. They have signs proclaiming that all persons save "paupers, Indians and clergymen'' must pay toll on crossing. THE world's fair bureau of music has issued its first invitation to choral so cieties to take part in the great festival of song that will preface the opening of the great exhibition. That kind of music in the air will be invigorating. A MAN at Prescott, A. T., had the asthma for six years, during which time he was neve...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 March 1892

i i fv gjm*ia SO IT IS TRUE* Here's a friend who says that sorrow Comes to-day or comes to-morrow. Here's along face who is moaningI Tell him death is far away! Let dull age go weep and pray, Heed not grief, the ghost there, groaning. Who would cloud the jocund day! Ah, they say that anguish found them, Men cut down ith battle round them (Hear the boys there, giyly singing') In some region far away' What care wo who laugh to-day* Bring no tears, whUe'er you're bringing: Honor to the jocund day! What's that sound that cools our laughtcxt What's that form that follows after? Funeral musio sadly sounded One more man is turned to clay. Let dull age go weep and pray! ouiji by death was ne'er confounded. Long shall shiue our jocund daj Oh, mv dear one, to my weeping Marble silence sternly keeping, Lung there in breathless blindness P^ath is never far away Lven outh e.\n ecp and praj Lir* thu laud ha\o lost thoir kindness Tea 1 tliej are, this bittir da\ -Lose Law thorn Lathrop, Scribner M...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 March 1892

i I I I I *sk i Warren SheaP P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor Thursday, Martb 15// /o2. The City Election. The city election was held on Tues day and resulted in the election of the whole citteens' ticket. Enough of spice was added to the contest to make it interesting and bring out nearly a full vote. The offices of mayor nnd recorder were hotly con tested. John E. Ostrom'wns elected mayor by a handsome majority. Abel Gnrborg made a spirited run Jor.the recordership and came within an ace of capturing the persimmons. A. B. Nelson was elected recorder by a 'majority of two votes. The total number of votes cast was 210. The Australian system works well, and considering that this was the first practical test of the system in this city there were less errors made in marking ballots than might have been expected. The number of votes cast for earn candidate was as fol lows: F.OK A YOU. John V.. OMIIMIII Wilhiir Vow, II roi: AinEKMRN Ouy A. Ailltol All/J. I.llOtlgrPI) W. X. I'owrtl ...179...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 March 1892

,1 I A" 'A tifiv '3Rli /*Vtf/vtwc prepared to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a neic plan, thereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this -way the Ijorrow er will find his mortgage lifted in a few years-bardly realising hoiv it icas done, tirST Farms for sale. C(X)KF &- OLSON. Home and County News Linn Loughridgo got buck Mon day .morning. Roii: q. Miu.s has boon elected Vnited States senator from Texas. A Hrst class sewing machine for Male for $-?.* Inquire at tho SHE VF oflieo. ("hurley HUP and family- are vis iting friends in (Yookston ami Fish er this wok. Farmers who have to buv seed oats ought to oxamino tho samples now at tho Sue I oftioo. Jolfti S. Hilleboo, of Arkdnle, Wis., is tho now hook keeper and cashier in tho storo of K. J. Taral- KOth. Itev. S. Fdden will preach on Palm Sunday at Yoga in the fore noon ami at Warren in tho evening. The concert by the Lut toman Sextette in the M. F. Church April 2nd, will ho first class in every res pect. Let everybody...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 March 1892

i i Mnrrm ifcp* JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. ENGLI SH authors have taken up the matter of erecting a monument to James Russell Lowell, and have ap pointed A committee to raise a private fund for that purpose. UPER the federal supreme ourt de cision the mailing of lottery literature is a continuous offense, subjecting 1 the Fender to trial at the initial and ter minal points This is what is killing' off the lottery business in Louisiana. I'UED DOVGLASS has been commis sioned by the president of the Hayti i epublic to act as first commissioner of the world's fair exhibit. will have ohsngu of the expenditure of the $125,- 000 contributed by that government for the fair. It C. BROW N, who went to Colorado in 1859 without a dollar, has now* near ly completed at Denver the finest hotel west of the Mississippi, which will cost him 31,500,000 A quarter section of land, which he entered thirty years ago for 5200, is to-day worth 5,000,000 THIEVES break in where oidin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 March 1892

**R P*JK i 4 '"W^-^-^f^pWW^^^^ i i -Ms MEBRSI 5 *fcJ: A Promising Situation. [New York Daily Investigator 1 Good Judges say that one of the next lo calities to achiove distinction by jumping fiom a substantial town to a thriving me tropolis in a few yeais will bo the city of Superior, T\ i-soonsin, and this, too, without the effort and stiuggle through which In terior towns have pulsed \Vhile effecting thesamo losult UutiU je.ir or two ago the average man did not stop to think that Superior as a non poh of tho water and rail ternuiu at one ei\d of the lakes is in the same position as Buffalo at tu other end. Fipuies aio uninteresting un'ess given briefly, but comparison** aie nlw ays impor tant Thislittie Snpt'iioi, credited by its last census with only 2-},00J peop'e, hamlled moro coal last jeai thin did Chicago of gt.un,it supped nineteen million bushels of flour, sixteen hundied thousand bai 1 els of wool, four million pontics of merchan dise, tQthe \alue of thutcen million dol l...

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 March 1892

\9W 1 1: Btfier'' **S S Warren SheaP J. P. MATTSON* Editor and Proprietor. Tbursdayt March 24th, 1892. PIIOF. J. T. Mi OI,EAY, IT IS AIWAKENT of Mnnka to, Is beinif urged ns a candidate for oonarrosH in tito awonri, Mr. Lind's, district. ...AiHDPATrti TO Th Argus from St. Paul, received this morning, t?roujrth the welcome news that the Great Northern KaHronii company will next week pa,y thii taxes on thetown, lands In this emmfc.v which have been in controversy the past NIX or eight jears. It is estimated that the a-The mount will reach ten thousand dol lain, and the payment of these taxes will put several of the towns in good financial condition that have been kpt hack these many years 'by theRloomer refusal of the company to pay its taxes. It is a matter ftv rejoicing for our people, as it is a great vic tory. It means more than appears on thesiirfnee, as it is a precedent. We Mieve that this is the only coun ty to push the matter to settle inent, and now the other counties that 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. — 31 March 1892

,1 i i 1 pi w6^ We ate now prepared to negotiate AV.tf Estate Loam, on a new plan, a \rebv the Joan is paid back in small instalments. In this way the borrow ei i, JI find bis mortgage lifted Home and County News E\er\ tram bungs new arrivals to the L)t\ E Mondi\ IH'ss ^mith, of Bowille, died moining after short ill- Edward Hanson wasfined|5.0 0 Justice Enston on Tuesday for uig drunk ami disorderly. 'ni-t it Stntt and family of thezie town oi Mush Grove departed for Nnt tie W a-di on Monday Hoi Intj re has come bock to N nun lie has been going to s hool in On ltonnn dining the win i Hon Smith, of Minne apolis is expected to address the men lit publican Club some even ing next Meek -n nt\ schools aie enjoying a 11 1 mo this week Thesp?ingter btn),m\t Mondav and will con tin in 2} months The Pembina- harpist has been eng-med to sandwich in music at the Intt'iinn Sextette concert next Sitnd i\ night Mr W inchester started for Mini npohs Tuesday to attend a b'ow out ot the Executive Co...

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 March 1892

*f ^"*'V V- A. B.NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Edward Hanson was fined $5.00 by Justice Easton on Tuesday for being drnnk ami disorderly. Albert Lundgren, who has spent the winter in Sweden, came back last Monday and reports having had a very enjoyable trip. He brought a sister with him from the old country. They came to Crookston last Satur day morning, but not knowing how punctual the Great Northern now is in running trains on schedule timeon the St. Vincent branch, they got left and had to stay over till Monday morning. Represents the St. Vaul Fire & Ma German American (New York,) rine and Commercial companies. WAItREN, Volume We are now prepared to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will find bis mortgage lifted in a few years-bardly realising bow it w.i$ done. HZzC Farms for sale. COOKE 6- OLSON. Home and County News Every train brings new arrivals to the city. Smith, of Boxville, died morning ...

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 March 1892

i i mrren JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. A BE LL seven hundred and eighty eight years old from Carlhagena, Co lombia, will be among the curiosities at the world's fair. PRO F. S^\ IFT assures us that the latest new star can be seen through an opera glass. StiU a great many people prefer a front row in the orchestra. HIDDEFO RP (Me.) papers give inter esting accounts of a cat that drinks cof fee at breakfast, and of a child six year*, old who writes poetry. Th cat is worth bringing up. SEVATOR MORRILL, of Vermont has the bes record in the United States senate for regular attendance. Until his present illness he was not absent without leave a week altogether, in rain or shine, during thirty years' jnemberslnp Mis KATE FIELD is at a loss to un derstand why men that sell ribbons and tapes should be held in higher es teem than those who serve in public restaurants. One reason, Miss Field, is that the latter take tips, while the former do not MRS. MARY STATTLEY, of ...

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 March 1892

M & 1 "THE LINNET SINGS." note and word My sense is stirred, For never clearer song was heard Than that the linnet sings. Lying near it, Full I hear it, From the brier where it swings: "He kist herkist herkist her Sweetmy sweet- Sweet sister."' If grief or glee Impels this free Outpouring of its soul to ma, My voice will not betray. I silent lie The brier by, And hear it sing and say: "He kist herkist herkist her Sweetmy sweet Sweet sister." Think as you will, Or well or ill, Of what it sings in swinging still Upon the brier there It may be glad, It may be sad, But, oh! the sweetest air "He kist herkist herkist her Sweetmy sweet- Sweet sister." To me or you It says not who This right or wrongful act did do I wonder if it could. I only hear Its notes so clear Co ringing through the wood* "lie kist herkist herkist her Sweetmy sweet- Sweet sister." Henry V. Stanton, in Century. BEING A SAILOK, How a Runaway Lad Fared tho Ocean. ILL had just re ceived a sound whipping. I twas by mea...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 March 1892

il 5&* KJSt v&> it Warren fiheaf. .l.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, March j/s/ 1892. LAND IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY is cheaper now than it will be a year hence. THINGS DON'T turn up in this world until Homebody turns thorn up.J. A. Garfield. THE PREVAILING SENTIMENT among Minnesota democrats favors rover Cleveland for president. THE THIEFRIVEH FALLS PRE SS any* that attorney Ira C. Richardson will open up an office in that village. HILL, O NEW YORK, seems to be a Tery small hill in the Democratic presidential potato patch just at present,. A LITT LE HOUSE well filled, a little field well tilled, and a little wife well willed, are great riches.Benjamin Franklin. THE BENEFITS of protection go first and last to the men who earn their bread in the sweat of their faces. James G. Htaine. FARME RS ARE BEGINNING to prose cute their spring work with their usnal vi^or, and there is lots of that kind of work to do this year. A GREAT MANY REPUBLICANS in this county would l...

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 April 1892

11 1 i r w./. Volimke NTT. J/V ow prepared to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plai thereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this ivay the borrow, er will find his mortgage lifted in a fe-w years-hardly realising how it "was'done. ^C Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News P..IT. Reinerfcson and wife ex pect to leave tor Norway in a few weeks. Miss M. ,T. Humphrey com meuced teaching school in Boxville tins week. The W. C. T. [T. will meet at the home of Mrs. Hull on Thursday afternoon of this week at 3 o'clock. A. S. Burrows representing the Colonial' and S. Mortgage Co., spent Friday and Saturday"in the city. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lodoen on Tuesday, and Andrew pounds the red hot iron harder than ever. The dwelling house and farm on Otto Edwardlfs farm east of town are on opposite sides of the river and during high water one must go around by town abowt 5 miles to get from one to the other. Hon. C. L. Smith of Minneapo lis will addr...

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