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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 August 1892

.j^d~~ ^*|^^p* 1 I i~ i ate*** IfeCh ,^',*^fii!FSi!!&%im OLDEST ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. rr YOU WANT EASE, COUIFOBT, RELIABILITY, srEro, STYLE, QUALITY, AND THE BEST OF EVERYTHING, SEND TO US. spe- W This is a cial offer, sell them at! this price to in troduce them, regular price is $75. OO. WE ARE WHOLESALE MANUFAC HEM0S MANUFACTURERS OP WROUGHT STEEL RANCE3 Guaranteed to be the most eco nomical, most durable and .most perfect Range on the market. Suitable for hard or soft coal, or wood. Send for catalogue to-'* INDIANA RANGE 00. J1VANSVILLE, TNP. ^l BICYCLES AND MAKE RS THE WORLD. PRODUCT 108,000 BICYOLES COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD, CHICAGO, BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO. SEND FOR CATAtOOUB. iiGY H\ CINCINNATI"^.wMiiiiiK.V)T- |ODY swings independent ^rom the rea or axle, making it absolutely free from horse motion. Guaranteed to ride as easy as any four-wheeled 'vehicle. Gear all steel and wrought iron. Seatcan be raised or lowered with- out removing holts, so as to adjust to heavy...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 August 1892

-yvwwr^i I1 J. f'Srfi* W a rrzn SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Tbursday,August i8tb, 1892. HE Northwestern Agriculturalist is a high-toned, reliable nnd valuable paper, indispensable to every farmer lor the profitable management of all departments of farm work. THE Press.published by Mussey & Ware, Thief River Palls, Minn.,comes out in a new dress, enlarged and very much improved in appearance. We re jylnd to notice these evidences of prosperity in oiir esteemed eo-temn orary. JUPOB L. S. BAYRBLL has shied his caster into the political arena nnd informs the SHEAF that he will re main in the field ns a. candidate for the office of Judge of Probate, until election dayall reports to the con trary notwithstanding. HE average rate of duties under the McKinley tariff is but 20.65 per cent, the lowest since 18(50. The average rate under the first Tariff, signed by George Washington, was 22.24 per cent. The McKinley tar iff has reduced the revenue by' more than 130,000.000 pe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 August 1892

ffjyfvlf R..JV ft. at *&? tk I, JV & W^?W fe/Ai Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, ^Editor and Proprietor. \7bursdayAugust i8tb, 1892. THE Northwestern Agriculturalist is a hijrh-toned, reliable and valuable paper, indispensable to every farmer tor the profitable management of all oeparttwetits of farm work.. UB Press,Jpublished by Mussey & Ware, Thief River Palls, Minn.,comes out in anew dress, enlarged and verv mufih improved in appearance^ We are jrlnd to notice these evidences of prosperity in our esteemed co-temn orary. JUDGE L. S. BAYRELL has shied his caster into the political arena ami informs the SHEAF that he will re main in the field as a candidate for the office of Judge of Probate, until election dayall reports to the con trary notwithstanding. THE average rate of duties under the McKinlry tariff is but 20.65 pni cent, the lowest since 1860. The average rate under the first Tariff, signed by George Washington, was 22.24 per cent. The McKinley tar iff has reduced the...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 August 1892

iwMinrtir-irymi We are now prepatta 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--hardly realising bow it was done. EST Farms for sale. COOKE fir OLSON. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prices. Mr. A. L. Palmer, of Independ ence, Iowa, arrived .Saturday. Don't forget to notice change in TaralKetha ad this vsvk. Attorney Wilkinson of Crooks ton wa.s in the city Saturday. The Hessian fly is reported to have damaged the grain in some lo calities. E. J. Highworden has sold out his burlier shop to 15. Hatpin of Crookston. Win. X. Rox returuod from the Pacific coast yesterday looking hale and hearty as ever. Mrs. John E. Ostrom and John Liudherg left Tuesday for a visit in Carver county, Minn* Edward O. llalsa came in from Holt. on Saturday to find work in the harvest fields. He reports ei-ops fairly good in Holt and especially what was early sown. Lightning...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 August 1892

'tW*- J^**1 r*ci. MR. 3M S1 /arm* si JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ I MINN. ALASKA sealskins. 000,000. has yielded n3,000,000 in Russia sold it to us for $15,- TUE first oil well was discovered in Wayne county, Ky in 1828, thirty years before the dibcoverw i oil in Pennsylvania. t IT is claimed that Chinese is the easiest language for telephoning, be cause of its monosj llabie quality. If you don't believe it, try it THE United btates has more than 500,000 hearing banana plants, '300,000 bearing lemon trees, 4,000,000 orange trees, and 21,000.000 pineapple trees. A.^ FO VR different peaks in the moun tains of Idaho ai from nineteen to twenty-three feet loner by actual measurement than they were fifteen 5 ears ago. VICTORIA'S maids of honor, who are paid fifteen hundred dollars a year for their services, earn their salaiies. They are obliged to appear befoie the queen in a new gown eveiy clay, and to be in leadiness to attend her majesty at any and every hour of the ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 August 1892

*8 X 1/ -Ti i %A EN JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. LITTLE HOMER'S SLATE. After dear old grandma died. Hunting through an oaken chost In tV.c attic, wo espied What repaid our childish quest 'Tvas a homely little slate, Seemingly of ancient date. On its quaint and battered face Was the picture of a cart Pruwn with all that awkward graco Which betokens childish art Hut whit meant this legend, pray: "Homer drew this yesterday?" Mother recollected then What the years wero fain to hide She was but a baby when Little Homer lived and died Forty years, so mother said, Little Homer had been dead. This one secret through those years Grandma kept from all apart, Hallowed by her lonclv tears And the breaking of her heart While each year that sped away Seemed to her but yesterday. So the homely little slate Grandma's baby's fingers pressed, To a memory consecrate, Lieth in the oaken chft, Wht re, unwilling we should know, Grandma put it, years ago. Chicago News. RS. SNIVELY ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 August 1892

T$g I iMiiinnin mil 4 Tl Warren SheaP. J.t.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, August 25/6, /$0. P. W. WAGONER of Kittson count? was re-nominated for representative in the legfalnture by the People's Prty legislative convention at Ste phen on FHdny last week. WHITELAW REID, the republican candidate for vice president, is a farmer's son, and his aged mother, now past 85 yearn, still lives on the old homeatend in Greene To Ohio. THE amount of money in circula tion per capita on August 1st *nt $24.41 an amount greater than at any other time since the government was organized. The per capita cir culation in I860 during the period of the greatest inflation was onlj $20..".7. Persons who howl about the contraction of the currency and that there is a lack of money to do the business of the country do notof know hat they are talkingabout. AN alliance man was heard to saj theothei riii} that he would notsup port Knute Nelson for governor Being askeil \hy he said, because kelson support...

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

J" 1, We are now prepatca to negotiate Real Est at* Loans on a new plan, thereby the Joan is paid back in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will find his mortgage lifted in a few years- Uupily realising how it was done/' t'-fC Farms for sale. COOKE Sr OLSON. Home and County News Wliitnoy lends in low prices. uhserve change in AY. F. Pow- "]J'. n.i this Week. Much r.Miit \ll Satiirdv, after noon in night and on Sunday. Si'nator March has our thanks for a nice mess of garden vegetables. The heavy rain Saturday ninl nnd Sunday stopped threshing fo the rest of the week. Remember the republicnn rntifi ration uuvting at Warren next Tui^ipy evening, Sept. Oth. Serviee will held in the Nor wegian Lutheran eluireh next Sun day, Xo\)t. -Uh. at 10:.'1() a. m. Rev. (V S. Werner will hold servi ces in Warren next Sunday forenoon nt 10:.'U), and at a P. M. in Vega. Mrs. Mhrdin and Miss Lizzie IVrnstroni of Stephen visited over .Sunday with county treasurer Holm. Mrs. I,, (ate Wood is i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 September 1892

i & JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. Srccr, the faster, is insane, and now in an asylum near Paris. His delusion has talfen^tiw form of ,a belief thatJie ii Cjesar and Xapoleon in on e. AM\xth New Voi committed sui cide because his baby \A as a p-irl. fie had set his heart 'tfjSbcrKj did a foolish tiling. That.di^i^t%rTqay live to be the president Jo^^lW United btates. AIR. BOXMIR ib not content to allow Xtint'3- Hankb to have the vi orld's lecord for speed without another trial of bunol. lie expects to have Snnol make a trial at breaking the record during the fall. 1 Miss LOTTIE YOVXG, of North Han over, Mass., tests her claim to fume pon the fact that she drove twenty three nails iu three minutes, and at the hnish had two hands safe and sound to her credit. KMPTROR WILLIAM -.till maintains his tciinitiation to come 6 our world's liiir. That's rirht, let him and all the other kind's comefnnd see how well the people of America have been able to jret alonjr i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 September 1892

N i5r |f/*/ JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN] I I MINN. A TWENTY-MILS BASIL Thrilling Adventure O a Whaol in Mexico. [Original.] L'RING the sum- mer of 1ST- I AN as employed as a civil en gineer by a cor- poration of on to icy capi- talists in super- intending the survey of a tract of land ad jacent to Vt hat is now known as the Red Rock legion in west- ern Mexico-. Tbe ultimate object of the smvey was the construction of a railroad with the termini respectively at El Altar, on the Rio de la Asuncion, and at the city of Ilermosillo, on the Rio Sonora, 01 the present Sonora line (the idea was subsequently abandoned as unpiactieable). lefeience to the map it will be observed that these places are some one hundred and thirty miles apait, and I was thus obliged to employ a larjre corps of assistants and devote my personal attention continu ally to the ork order that the snr vey might be finished upon the date btipulated in the contract. I had established camps or work sta 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. — 1 September 1892

I" l .Mi nlBTntMim I r% K-, fe'" Warrgn SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and ProprietQr. Thursday, Seqttmber 7 st, 1892* IT to anid that the notorious Ed. Love of KittHon county is figuring to rapture the democratic nomina tion for representative in the legis lature. If wo possessed nny influence1 with the democrats we should say, give it to Love, for when the en m pnign would he over he would hnve gathered sufficient moterinl for a great political comedy, entitled, Love's Labor Lost. HE St Unultilobe is pursuing the nnw disreputable political tactics that it always has. Formerly it had many kind word* to say about Knnte Nelson while at the same time it. did ita le to bring John Lind in disrepute, but now since Nelson has liecome the republican candidate for governor he it* the embodiment of all that is bad. .Now Mr. Nelson is tool of monopoly, railroad attorney, plutocrnt and conspirator in general against the welfare of the peoplo. But everybody knows that the Globe lies. CV*.WRESSMAN To...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 September 1892

ril We are now prepatta 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 his mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising how it was done. 3E* Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News "Whitney leads in low prices. Ed Franson went to St. Paul on Monday to purchase goods. For a good clean shave ov haiv cut go to Chnpin, the barber. Charles Sundberg, the good look ing clerk at the store of Mr. Win chester left Monday to take in the sights in the twin cities. The Scandinavian M. E. So ciety will hold an auction sale and serve coffee and cuke at Slee's hall on the evening of Sept. 17th. All are invited. We call attention to the notice from the board of health relative to cleaning up as a precautionary meas ure ngainst cholera. We may have the dread disease among us sooner than we are aware. Mrs. H. C. Sturgis and son Lew of Oelvein, Iowa, arrived Saturday morning for a few weeks yisit at...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 September 1892

I r' *&* jmer4P& WJimgrK jmr.^vs JJ'^srf ?J* S* -v ^fcEGMWrj^^Sffi- 'S^SlC"*' forren ^heaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. I MINN. Qt EKN YiCToniA seems to appreciate editois. Sh has made barons of two more of the fraternity. Jonx GRMNihAF uirriER was a shoemake^n his youth, and one, as re sults, show, ho was too smart to fcn low the advice of an antiquated udage. TJihsrM. SA GK wears the same old whte hat which did duty when the Now York troops marched along1 Uroadway on their leturja from the ar. Pit TAWMJ has returned to parlia ment somewhat dea,f because of a sod thrown at lnrri during1 his election fight in County Gal way, but with his mouth in fiist-elass working1 order. CKc VR W 11 nn is coming to America in the fall We take occasion at this tune to remind Mr W llde that in this counti a man's real gi-eatness is never measuted by the length of his hair. Tnr hoise Ethan Allen, that trotted a mile in 2 15 with a running mate twenty-Lve or thirty j'ears a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 September 1892

I Jl 6*1: :i#:* JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. CLOVER. Just at tho south side of our house, beside the cistern, The clover grew JU nowhere else itKrcvt% Folding its triple leaver together ctoso at cveil ing, Turning its silver lining to U\o dew. There drowsy bees c.unr, humming and weW ladon "Went to ifto hive with nmher-covrted thighs It wns so sroen so shelteied *Vii so peaceful, I oft revnli the spot, 'w .vth distant slues. And tfierr wviMMren" plajcil with neighbor in? ooiii panions tllo-w time gocb bydead now or scaUered ide, -Ml then so glad and guileless. Tho*v that love them Sa now of some: *"Tv ere better they had died." Yet surely, though that childish band is broken, And innocence is gone and youth is over, Each heart has, like the bees, hived some sweet tonsure, And mem'ry wakes still at tho breath Ot clover. C. N. Gregory, in N. Y. Independent. SILIUMH'S STRIKE. How Mr, Arrowshootor Was Con quered at Last. [Original.] BUAttANONA- rAt ARROW- SHOOTER...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 September 1892

l"' Warren SheaP. J.P. MATTSON, Editor and .proprietor.-'' 1 Thursday, Seqtember 8th, 1892. WHEN a free trade democrat Tells you that tire ITwmesteud strike, or any other strike is chargeable the McKinloy biH, ask him for the onus- that led 1,411 strikes, involv- ing 499,480 persons during the sec- ond year of Cleveland's administra- tion, whi le im the second year of Har- rison's fiituinistratiom there tveve oly 798 strikes, involving 201,(582 person/?. I is just as reasonable kar#e the 1,411 strikes of 1880 prospective tariff reduction as charge the 798 strikes of 1890 the McKinJey bill.St Vter Tribune. HENHY FEIO of Kandiyohi county was nominated a a candidate for congress by the republican congress- ional convention a Moorhend Sept. 1st. The convention made a wise choice in selecting Mr. Feie for he is a strong- man both morally and 4ntel- lectuaHy. Although a youngman only about 3 0 years old, served as a representative in the last legis- lature of wliHi he Was a. most useful 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. — 8 September 1892

i! VOL. I-NO. 3. r- Published monthly at 135 West Twenty-third treet. New York. Subscription price 13 cents a year. Address PBOTEOTION AND RECIPROCITY. Entered at the New York P. 0., New York, second tUstmat'er. MALCONTENTS A STORY FOB AMERICANS. COPYRIGHTED BY COSA 8. HOOD. CHAPTER VI. BBAMBIiB BULB. Idle furnaces, dismantled factories, silent mines, unemployed workmen and general dis tress are the sure harbingers of Democratic Tlctory.How. WILLIAM MCKINLEY. At last the exciting electoral canvass was oyer. Its result was seen ii\ the victory of the Polk and Dallas party and James E Poik was inaugurated with due ceremony, March 4th, 1845 Manufacturers sighed and submitted, while labor was jubilant i he teds of dissension BO unscrupulously sown, hud resulted in a bountiful bat vest of worK logmen's vo es and blazing bonllr and shouts of triumph testi fied to their joy at the result of Democratic Ticiory. A year passed by nnd for n. while all went on as usual in and without the Fletch...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 September 1892

SONG WITH PttLlTICB IN IT* Tunc from "The Mikado." (Sing Willow, Tit Willow.) The champion Mujwumper sat down by It* gate linglag. "Wool, oh 1 free wool, oh 1 free wool, oh 1 He chanted it early and chanted It late, Freo wool, ob 1 troe wool, oh free wool, oh I Cp the hill In the White House It happened Jut then that-Ohio's stanch Governor talked with our Ben. "Ahl McKinley." said Ben, "there's that Mills BUI again. With its wool, oh! tree wooly oh I free wool, oh I" Said William to Benjamin, "Hardly 'twould seora That even a mule! out a mule, oh I like that one should ever of victory dream And our freemen to rule, oh I to rule, oh Of the Welsh and thetr plans no tidings of late, And this Janus free traderself styled -man of fate,* May his humble pteeat from a little tin plate. With bis precious John Bull, oh 1 John Bull, oh 1" The summer Is passing and autumn comet on Boon the polls will of voters bo full, oh 1 Proin ocean to ocean that November morn-^, No cry will be heard of "Fre...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 September 1892

IY 4 8?U'- I. Volume XII. We are now prepaica 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 his mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising how it was done. Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Whitnoy loads in low prices. The weather turned cooler on Monday. Sheriff Ivivel Mini wife return ad Monthly from a visit to the state Hair. Dr. I. J. MeCliilan made a trip to Stephen on Tuesday between trains. Congressman John T/ind will ad dress the people of Marshall eoimty nt Warren, onColutnbusdny, Oct.21. A. M. Heed, of .Minneapolis, Minn., arrived last week to enjoy few days hunt with his frieiul Sena tor March. Judge C. S. Hull left for Princeton, Intl.. on Tuesday from whene^.he had recei veil the sad tidings that, his father is dangerously ill. There are several parties in town who would like togive the tramp bar ber recently employed in the barber shop a good sound thrashin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 September 1892

111 1 i tirren^hedf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ I MINN. NKW YOKK has had five epidemics of cholera, in 18S2, 18o4, 1854, 1865 and 186 --_ THK average ministerial salary in the United StatgS. is #T00. Dr. Morgan Iix of Trinity, gets '.25,000 and Dr. Talmage $12,000. ACCORDING to the Medical Record yawning is by no means a useless act. for it often cures catarrh and other af fections of the throat. A PHii.APKi.rHi publisher has issued a little book containing 731 variations of the mosquito's bill joke to sell at the New Jersey summer resorts. BKBCIN, Norway, boasts of a church "built entirely of paper and perfectly waterproof. It can seat nearly one thousand peisons in comfort. THREE men in France competed to see who could drink the most water. One swallowed twelve quarts, the isecond nine and the third sevenand all died from the effects. THERE is, perhaps, no more curious place on the Pacific seaboard than lquique, which was bombarded by the Chilian fleet last .yea...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 September 1892

OLDEST ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. I I YOU WANT EASE, COMFORT, RELIABILITY, SPEED, STYLE, QUALITY, AND THE BEST O EVERYTHING, SEND TO US. This is a spe cial offer. W sell them a this price to in troduce them, regular pri S75.QO. W E ARE WHOLESALE MANUFAC f. DOE S HE HITCH HIM" THE GREAT MFGDESPECIALLYFOR PRONOUNCED A ufuai PPIH^MOST SKSS BICYCLES AND LARGEST MAKERS THE COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD. CHICAGO, BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO. SEND FOR CATALOOUS. iBuGGY C\liCtN N AH fe AI.LI:K V- 0H10. |ODY swings independent from the pear or axle, making it absolutely fiee fiom horse motion. Ginnnteecl to rule as easy as any four-wheeled 'ulutle (Jeai allsteel and wioneht non. Seatcan be raised or lowered 'with- out 1 cunning bolts, so as to adjust to heavy or hjrht weight. Th best looker, the eisiest udei, and tho best selling vehicle in the woild. Manufactured by The Bnckeye Cart Co. Charlesto n, W Va. Construction covered by Ten distinct ruiteut claims. Wnte toniamifuctuiers for pi icei and ter...

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