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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 June 1892

M: i N.. 1 it" P. Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, June 2nd, 1892. THE Cl.ty Comity Alliance has de clared in favor of the reflection of Jud^o Mills. IGNATIUS PONXKI. LY will speak a Stephen Wednesday .Juno 29th a 12:3 0, sharp. THE jii-eatest politieal ^allienag in the world will be held in Minnea polis next week. AN alliance institute is "announced i he held at Argyle Thursday and Friday, An* 25th and 2(th Tuts is to he a great, heater ex citing: political year. I)ut the longer sensible jieo|l live, the more they realizeiiow foolish it, is to beeoai..' wrought up with passion and excite ment. keep coo! this, ye ar will be to show good sense good sense leads to rigid action and to comfort of mind and hotly. Keep cool, keep cool.AHvrt Lea-Standard. A COUUKSI'ONDKXT in the ({real West by the name 01 1'. M. Hingdak calls senator Lomuien of Crookston Mr. Anti-Fish-Donnelly-forfeiturc Hunt-monopoly county-division of fice-seeking ant i-every thing Lonunen. 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. — 2 June 1892

'v, -I'V. 7 a- I*-'- *SK r3 kH IN IT mmma TSaJf p?"*,.,*!l''4: Warren Sheaf. 3 P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, June 2nd, i8p2. HE Clay County Alliance has tie clared in favor of the re-election of Jud^e Mills, IGNATIUS DONNELLY will speak at Stephen Wednesday June 29th at 12:30, sharp. HE greatest political gathering in the world will be held in Minnea polis next Meek. AN alliance instil ate is "announced to be held at Arjryle Thursday and Friday, Au&\ 25th and 2bth. THIS is to be a reat, heater ex citing political year, but the longer sensible people live, the more they realize (flow foolisli it is to become wrought up with passion and excite ment. To keep cool this year will be to show good sense good sense leads to right action and to comfort, of mind and body. Keep cool, keep coolAlhert Lea Standard. A COUKKSI'ONDEXT in the Great "West by the name of I*. M. .Uingdal. calls senator Lorn men of Crookston Mr. Anti-Fish-Donnelly-forfeiture Hunt-monopoly eounty-divis...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 June 1892

ii si AH We are noiv prepaua to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, fherebvtheloqn is paid back in small instalments, hi this Say the borrowCITY er will find his mortgage lifted in a ft*U' yearshardly realising how it was done. E^gT Farms for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. Home and County News Concert to-morrow night. Mrs. B. Hen mini went visiting at Arfxyle Monday. AttV. K. V, VeUei enine down from Hnllock yesterday. Fancy Patent Flour $2.2."K F. FERtiiHox, Mg'r Miss Lettie Keennn is teaching nt the Burnside school honse. Otto Edwnrdh and family now live in the (T. llolden house. W.N. Powell left Saturday to take in thti National convention. Ed Slee went south Monday combining business with pleasure. Beat Potent Flour only 2.25. F. FERGUSON, Mg"r Fred Johnson and wife are visi ting in the southern part of the state. P. Nilsson, merchant tailor of Stephen, was in the city on business the latter part of last week. Ex-editor Smith of the Lender is in Minneapolis this week bound to ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 June 1892

3 ,1 a If* ^i wM We are nowprepatc^i to negotiate feat Estate Loans on a new plan, fferebythe loan is paid back in small instalments, in this way the Jwrrow er will find bis mortgage* lifted in a few yearshardly realising bow it was done. 5T Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Concert to-morrow nig-lit. Mrs. B. Hernnim went visiting nt Argryle Monday. Attv. &. Yettei5 from Hallock yesterday. Fancy Patent Flour $2.25. F. FEROUSON, Mg'r Miss Lettie Keennn is teaching nt the Burnside school house. Otto Edwnrdh nnd family now live in the G. C. 1-Iolden house- A. E. Anderson and family of town of Wright left on a, visiting tour to Isanti county on Monday. John Walberg was in from Oak Park the other day and reported more grnin sown in his town this year than last James Haggard, both Sr. and Jr.,left for Minneapolis on Saturday. They will visit relatives in Illinois before coming back. Some of the stagnant water standing in the railroad ditches has been off, but sti...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 June 1892

p\M mrrm JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. IN 1887 there were 417 competitors entered in the Harvard athletie sports. I lbSH the number had increased to 727. TT has been abeei tained the cost per family of food in the United States is S24J.65 a 3'ear, against $3.23.22 in Eu rope. THE people of Paris have consumed within the year 21,391 horses, 299 donkeys and 40 mules, the meat weigh* mgr, according to returns, 4,615 tons. R. EDIM )N IS confident of his ability to establish a telephone connection with IMereuiy and Mars, and says he can find out wheth er the inhabitants of those planets are civilized or savage. OFOUGE W. ESIES. who died in Salem, Mass. at the age of 87, was said to be the first man who ever played a snare drum by note. He officiated as drum major at the funeral of Piesident Wil liam Hemv Harrison in 1641 THE will of ex-President James K. Polk, which bequeathed his estate to his widow, and after her death to that member of the family who should be ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 June 1892

f?rs 1 it* WWI JOHN MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. "AVERAGE" PEOPLE. Tho renins soirs far to the fountain Tint feeds the snow cap the sky. Hut though our wings, break in the flying, And though our souls faint in the trying, Our flight cannot follow so high. And the carle a oops not from the mountain To answer the ground buds low cry. The world has a gay guerdon ready To vil the fleet foot in the race, Put on the dull highway of duty, Aloof from the pomp and the beauty, The stir and the chance of the chase, Are toilers, with step true and steady, Pursuing their wearisome pace. iNe prowess and noisy insistence M.n capture the garrulous throng, Hut the 'average" father and brother, Tht home seeking sister and mother, dro wn gentle and patient and strong, S'lall learn in the fast-nearing distance V\ herein life awards have been wrong. Then here's to the average people," The makers of home and its rest, /o tin the world turns for a blessing when life its hard burdens is pre...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 June 1892

*"N, I I 1 "Warren Sheaf. #1. L\ MATTM.\ Riii*x and Proprietor. "tbundtiy, June gtb, 1892. Ti n: eliloi-MI 1 i\fd Mimu\ij*rlis on Tiit'sil.i^ nmnimji Th^ X!rn1 Northern tr.nns WVMV ii ottded. in fact nil train-. oimti into Minneap- olis tor ,-i wn- 01 moie, h.i\ IMTII t.n\ed their utmost ijmiit\ MlUli, iipolis lins done ht'l-eU proud in pro\nlin MI aluiiHMiiih the coiutoit nnd liappm^v, ol M l.wt a thionji MMllIM ii Net st.lte in the nation. The tit h.id put on its hohd.n at hie, ,iml ,i jtioliision oi Hags nnd hunt inu \Neie MMMI on ON hand It Mviiis .i, 11 e\ev\ thino li id ltnd conspiml to shun oil the it\ to tlwMi'i^ ovst advantage huue Voluiwof \\,it. 1 tills the ih.uinel ol tho Mississippi whit tlouslwondand M'lb-stw ol\ lid the S( i XeN el before II.IN we si en the Si VnthoiiN hills look t.ind \lter meeting nininihet olliieinls wended out \NUt the Minnesota head(]ti.u tt 1 in the l.nniliei lXihan^e. and (hue tound politniiiis n\ eater 01 less einim dt-,-uss the all absoib- in...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

Volume* U*?. i int lim: wiii Visi! i 1.: lil Oty, wmriwrTiirirniTun *r IHMWI UMIII I IMIIW WH* !__ M'nomum, If''.' iua' t'iVpiUnl fO fit'gOtfaf:' Rc.il fcljtc L\v o: i new plan. ic'V/v''!' /y /'j,-/ S///J// ../.?.'".v ,'/:j borrow- :r !i:1e.1 in a ..'.'.7/..'.- :i-.ih:r" hoi: a 'l |:V,Y et\ i I hi 1 Ul'U.- !|.!!D It b.-ml !'oii' st(in. V,-,. Kii|ii-p( COOKH S- OLSON. i.n Ti !-iy. S.-.. ^\UYiS W *l\v,Minn.. !Ji.Lend- 'i'ursilny. !:!i!v :!!i'I' W- yoslcnLi v. I, u- uvn! Si'tll til.-. Wrfj i1!'' i 11.: i _, \V. V. *-ii:iv'-:i v'-ii ,-!iii' IKT sSst i ii.-J 1. Taral- ill Mini! l.i-llli.-V Hil-/,iin:lro:i !i he wit! isii w.-.i,,.-.. v.-! i'S i i i cli:'.-i!.l\ niil I"- uniMWin (-.inic in li.'iiiiio-r, ,-|i! we l\ !:H!((-.(iiiii'. ill i:: r,\\ lih.\-. I \T 11 (1 i- r:i !v U'IIM l i.l ri1 1li'-v ('I'll :-iHUIII!M!i-!' 1T- I 11,' s.-Hiii' next f. \V. M-K{iyt A1-2?. I.' was i!!i( il i'ii(!:t 01 \!'..:.l. i. Ili'V i!|.l \\H'. i.]|l:.MU' )V t! i .ini| iv lK A svnii_ ron, i J,.. ri:ivf:iliuih /...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

r'&$* M&. Vj*1' v' fifC^R tf"ohmi ATI. IV.'iit'f now prspjfcu to iie-gorii)/* *jg RcM h:t.ite LoJtns on a uno pl.m, inst.ifmenfs. In this fhe farrow $ i ertv.'.'lJinJ nnrigZee H.ieJ in a 'few yewsb.irM\' rcjJitf tg bo& ii .IMS dOih\ L. Lambcrson and C. Win 'oliesfer iviurned IVOJH Hie i-mivt-ii tion Mnhil.iy. -1"- Hon [J. (J. Hi,!. pre" 'i.t of haul: of Waricii. arrived .go on Monday. Tli. fire laddies' uniform Wednesday:!X in nuiubei must, say theynre handsome. IIIOV.MI into Wiin- itnnlv l- IllO.ltO i'. F. ifenry, an ex^-ienr^r pharmacist: oi F.u-iUnnlt. Mmn., 1I:IM l)ct-n cng-afi'eil Wv MJ^ vlonhni at the Central Inuy,- store. .Foirn L.jorfclundlrijuivd Ids kruv C|iirfsenojw!y with a, drau-shave last Saturday while raUtin-' up a IViKT. lor Henry Hwanson. Alln*i-t- Viiit, i)w popularhntclier o! rookston, was in town Mom i.s wotkiujr in the interest of HI'a I market at ookstqu "M*.F. Wel.er, the clerk at (heat Northern depot, left on day for (Jarduer, N. V)., where aef-e...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

xr: Ii: 'S5?5f,??w^a hrren^henf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREK MINN. A BIBLE recently issued from the Ox ford university press is only '6% inches in length, 2\i inches wide and of a a inch in thickness. SOUTHE RN CALIFORNIA produces 180,- 000,000 orang-cs a yearnot enough to l?ive three oranges to each inhabitant of the United States. THE RE are at present in CKmi&only 1,022 citizens of the Ufiited.States, near ly half of whpra re|wpine. Kearly one-half, or 506, afe'itnisfidbarfes. HENRY GEORGE believes that writer's paralysis, or cramp, comes from the use of steel pens. "Who ever heard of it in the days of the quill pen?" he asks. LADY HENRY SOMERSET will allow herself to talk about America and the Americans, but she distinctly declares that she will not write a book upon the subject. JVLEB SIMON, one of the clearest headed statesmen in Europe, thus views the situation over there: "Peace, bar ring accidents. Bu accidents happen 60 easily." A YOUNG Mexican woman c...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

j* y*%*W~ "i|^ ROOFING. Metallic Weather Boarding, Complete Ceilings, Corrugated Sheeting, S Roofing Paints, sail Iron Roofing, Eavo Troughs, Gutters and Spouting, &> AHforms of Sheet Metal for Building COMPLETE AND READY \TO APPLY WHEN SHIPPED./ WE WANT AN I thistownan energetic workman to t.tlio ordei and APPL1T our materials in this vicinity Correspondence solicitedwrit for pric es nml terms. SCOTT & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. ESTABLISHED 1872. FtJlTZ AUTOMATIC CITS any pole or shaft, no nnts or bolts, holds any anti-ratt lor and changes front pole to shafts in a minuto. Saves time and annoyance, allows shaft or pole to be removed instantly to economise room. Easily and quickly applied, guaran teed to give satisfaction. Mailed receipt of price with anti rattlers and cross tie complete. I ordering give width of shaft eye. The Fultz Thill Coupling Co., Winona, Columbiana Co., Ghlo, 1868 COUPLING $1.25 A PAIR. SIMPLE, PRACTICAL, And the BEST. ABSOLUTELY SAFE. Have rou written...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

i **mm iL &V Warren Sheaf. J.I. MATTSON, Kdito? .-tu l'rti|ri.!ior. Thursday, June i6tb 1892. THE SUMMER OUTING. Trip on (he Great Lakes in Oae of th* tJig Freight Steamers. The vacation season will soon be up on the Chicago multitude. When to spend it everybody thinks he knows? but how and where to spend it is an other matter. It causes a yTeat deal of hesitation. But to those who have '.vied it nothing seems finer than a trip the great lakes. It is strange that Dhieaffo, with the long chain of lakes it its very door, should be so poorly supplied with means of transportation. It may be said that there is no traiiS* portation at all. No lake city of any consequence is so tnadequately furnished with lake transit facilities for pasuoajjer.5. The lack of accommodations has occasioned a lack Df interest in travel of such kind. East bound tourists travel by train. A few Chicagoaus who have "the influence" have in the past resorted to a novel method of taking a trip on the lakes. Not ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

fesS^ Warren SheaP. TO J. P. MATTSON, ||7Zw-*/ii June 16th, 1892. THE SUMM ER OUTING. a Trip on the Great Luke* In Oae of tlia ig Freight Steamers. CHAPERONED DAOHELORS. Bow Young Men Who Are Taken to Leap Year Parties Behave. Some of the leap year parties-seem to have been carried on or off with excep tional spirit, says the New York Times. It has been laughable, for instance, the way in whieh the men have insisted upon being chaperoned, and young women have called in carriages to ac company gay bachelors, who were care fully protected by their mothers, to the scene of festivities. One inveterate joker gave perhaps a hint to the belles of the sort of chaperons that would be most acceptable when he came into the parlor to receive his fair escort, fol lowed by an elderly aunt who is deaf as a post and is besides almost blind. This same man was wrapped in a white opera cloak cut with an absurd resemblance to a dress suit ulster he carried a bou quet of flowers and wore a band of rib b...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

wi lit KM ri i :t $ I THE SHEAF. WARREN, MINNESOTA. SUPPLEMENT. THE OPENING DAY. Eoutine Report of the First Day's Proceedings of the Bis* Convention. MINNEAPOLIS, June 7.At 12:37 p. m. Hon. John S. Clarkson, chairman of the Republican national executive committee, dropped the gavel and declared the conven tion in order for business. The convention was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. "William Brush, chancellor of the university of South Dakota. The convention rose and Dr. Brush addressed the throne of grace as follows: O, thou that ruleth the universe and dost preside over the destinies of nations and men, we invoke thy presence as we now approach thee in prayer. Thou art the source ot all our blessings. Thou art ititiuite and we are finite, aud in view of the disparity between thee and ourselves, we are emboldened to approach the Throne of Grace aud ask for the blessings that we need. O, God. regard us graciously as we now present ourselves as worshipers prepara tory to the open...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

NOT READY TO BKPOKT. the Comuiittee on Credentials Granted Farther Time. Chairman Fassettsaid that the next thing in order is the report of the committee on credentials from the chairman, Gen "Williaru Coggswell of Massachusetts: Gen. CoggswellMr. Chairman, I am instruct ed by the "committee on credentials to ask for further time in which to report, and that it may be given leave to Bit continually until it com plets its labors. Senator Spooner (Wis.)I rise for the pur pose ot asking the chairman of the committee on credentials, has it made such progress as to enable him to inform the convention when we may reasonably expect a report? Gen. CoggswellMr. Chairman, the answer is simply an individual opinion, and it is that if the committee is attended with reasonable suc cess it cannot hope to report Defore to-morrow. The ChairmanIn the absence of a motion all debate or remarks occur with unanimous con sent. Senator SpoonerI desire the privilege of in terrogating the gentleman further....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

mRtr /'It, LIVELY DISCUSSIONS. Addresses In Favor of BotU Majority and Minority Reports. Mr. CoggswellI move you, Mr. Chairman, that the report of the committee be adopted as a whole. Chauncey I. Fil'eyol MissouriI am delegated, Mr. Chairman, by the delegates, on Lehalf of the Republican organization and the Republican party of the State of Alabama to ask this con vention to substitute for the majority report the report of the minority, and to s-e.it the dele gate" therein recommended. I do not propose to enter into the controversies of the Alabama Republicans. I do propos-. however, on the pait of the majority of the Republican party the State of Alabama to protest against the disoruanUation of the state and con gressional committees in the State of Alabama. Mr. Chairman, the state convention was duly called on the 3 9th day ot Match by the state committee, to ro vene in the city of Montgomery on tie Xb 'i day of April. The omissionunintentional however staled to be, by the chairma...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 June 1892

"Was reached the Hon. W Eustis rose and in response to calls ot "Plat'orm, plat- form," took his way to the rostrum, ironi which he seconded the nomination of Blaine, as follows: Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Conven- tionTwo centuries ago when Father Hennepin Hrt stood upon the spot where we meet he found a beaver impaled upon a tree. It was an Indian sacrifice to the spirit that dwells in the Falls of St. Anthony. Imitating the untutored mind in the presence of nature's mighty force may we sacrifice every selfish feeliug and unpat riotic motive to that majestic power that dwells in the people. With them all sovereignty lies. We are their servants, clothed for a few brief hours with trust and responsibilities. They have commissioned us to name a leader (or the Republican party, and if we do so in touch with their thoughts, their feelings and heir life, they will make him the next president of the United Stales. What inspirations to patriotic action fill this hour. Four hundred y...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 June 1892

r-- I'* i I i t't- bSJ We are noic pnpJiea to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, hereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this :e iy the homno cr will find his mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly rejJj\ing bow it ?\,\i$ done. Hr$**Fjrws for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. and County News JudiieNelson went to Crookston on Mondnv. are booming. Sunday. Crops A fine shower A.T. Suffel, o. llallqck, was in town Tuesday'. Dr. Dunlnp, of Crookston, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. "W. F. Powel returned home yesterday morning. Mrs. C. J. Johnson and Willie vent to Ada Monday. Olio Edwnrdh sells first-class farm machinery. See his ad. F. W. Woodward returned to Fan Claire., Wis.,, on Saturday. Fred 3. Peterson, of Vega, made a trip to Kittson Co. last week. Senator Wood attended the peo ple's party convention at Moorhead. Mrs. Mickelson of Stephen was 1 he guest of Mrs A. N. Jensen for a few days. W. A. Case attended the Fire- men-.' tournament at Rochester, Minn., last week. Peter ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 June 1892

i^'Z:','.:',y^^%frwiIlfind /H,v*("i'-' -^v**l A' $$$$#* ,,iv"" '1 i& i saw* 1 1 'y Mk i- r- i, *4V ?7 1 .5? tfp' a & I 1 H\ bis mortgage lip \lP-is done. '^$^ forms for Vf COOKsale. E & OZ.SOM fiome and County News JudgeNelson wont to Crookston on CtMdndnv. A fine shower Sttndny-.- are booming. Vv, Minn. last week. Crops A. P. Knffel, ofJlajtlock, .was in town Tuesdav. v&^V \-v Ir Hnnlnp, of Crookston, was in town Tuesday. -V & Mrs. W. P. Poivel returned home jestcsday morning. *fh*- r^' Mrs. C. J. Johnson and Willie wont to Ailn Monduy^r^jg^ 'Otto Edwnrdh sells first-class inrm machinery. See his ad. V'^ F. \V. Woodward returned to "knii Claire., Wis., on Saturday. Fred 8. Peh-rson, of Vega, made a trip to Kittson Co. hist week. Senator Wood attended the peo ple's party convention at Moorhead. Mrs. Miekelson of Stephen was thegnest, of Mrs A. N. Jensen for a few days. =-\Y. A. Case nttended the Fire mens*, tournament at .Rochester, Peter Olson, of Alma?'"was 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. — 23 June 1892

A ""VVW "vafw* JOHN P. MA1TSON, Ed.tor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. PROF. SWI FT thinks that hib new comet was eight million ears fretting here. A AIKRCHAVT wa fined $25 at Frank fort, Gerinanv, for using1 a liible quota- tion to head an advertisement A Quito, the only city in the world on the line of the equator, the sain riheh and bets at (5 o'clock tue eir round. TAI Gon eames in his purse a ten cent piece which he declaims ab at one time all that stood between him and a dead-broke condition TT is estimated that 3,500,000 theater ticketb are lbsued in the country e\ery week at 50 cents each. Th total bum expended every year for this foi of amusement would amount to $5)1,000,- 000. THE Salvation Army believes in the use of printers' ink. I publishes si\t one weekly newspapers and five monthly magazines, with a total an nual circulation of forty-five million copies. MR S. RFII D, lady manager of the world's fair for ISIaiyland, has estab lished a syst em of classes in American his...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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