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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 September 1892

.V I fr a* lf\- 'U&'r 4 1 -k &<W Warren SheaP J.P. MATTSOX, Editor and Proprietor! ThursdayySeqtember i^th, 1892. THE republican county Heket is gaining friends every day. It is com posed of prood competent men in whom the |xople rnii place the ut most confidence. The business ot the county will safe in their lnmds Two yen I' nj tlie cry of the nlli noe in tliis count.\ was to let them in to examine the books. It was even hinted thnt the books were in a terrible shape, nnd it \n necessnn that another set of otlieers getMii to! Htraijihten them out. Hut that cr.\ ceased ns soofi as t(w* new men ot in, and if they have found anything wrong about the books they have certainly not: made it.known. I N campaigning in Moulhern Minne sota Knute Nelson is meeting many old friends of whom he had lost track. At one meeting he met with two .of these old friends. Fo one 0} them he had stacked wheat in hi.- younger* lays, and for the other hi had done a piece of breaking. These men had...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 September 1892

We are now prepaua to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, wbeicbytbe loan is paid back in small instalments. In this way tbe borrow er wilt fin bis mortgage lifted in a few yearsbardly realising bow it was done. Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prices. Beautiful autumn weather bright, warm days. Almost all threshing out of .shock i.s finished. Services in tin* Norwegian Luth eran churhnext Sunday at lO:*'Wa.m. William (Iut(trie, theyoungmnn who lo.st his ann, is now well enough to iw up and round. Congressman John Lind will spc.'ik in WiiiTt'ii mi 'olntubu Day, Oct. 2"lst. in the evening. Alfred Johnson, of Wnrrenton, says his wheat went I S bushels to Jhejicve ami grades No. 1 Northern. Mrs. John Hair and children of Trookston ttrvivwl yesterday tnorn ing Torn visit with Mr. and Mrs. ,T. H. llnggni'd\ Found: A pocket book contain ing a sum of money. Owner can have the sa me by calling at this of fice wd paying for this notice. Elev...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 September 1892

i7 K&t wmi JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN^ MINN. Ir requires $1,000,000 every twenty four hours to run Uncle Sam's govern ment. PERHAPS the most happily named man in England is Thankful Joy, a Hampshire cricketer. Av Oklahoma girl was married by a judge, divorced by the sam judge and married to the same judge, all in six mouths. IKON expands with heat, and thefied Eiffel tower in Paris is said to be eight inches higher in hot than it is in cold weather. MR. Goomtw, of London, bet that he could Miioke eighty-six cigars down to an inch in less than twelve hours. He did it with forty-two minutes to spare. THE tortoise is the longest lived of all .miinalb. Many have attained the H?e of "J50 years, while one is known to have reached the unparalleled age of 450 ears. Tm- railroad coach that carried Pres ident Lincoln's body from Washington to Illinois is now stationed at North Platte, Neb, and will be sent to the i\ 01 Id's fair. THKKK aie 140 distinct Christian de nom...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 September 1892

tan Jarrm^heajf. JOHN P. MAITSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. L~~ MINN. THE ANGRY BOY. He has taken his toys and gone home, And refuses to play any more The jac-k-in-the-box, and the little tin dog, And the cart that rolled over the floor He is pouting, and thinks hes aggrieved, Hut truly, what vexes hira most Is to feel 'tis himself who is wrong, In spite of his home-going boast. He has taken his toys and gone home, And refuses to play any more The old Noah's ark, with its windows cross barred. He has flung by the hiU-opened door He has taken the animals out, And pilcn them along on the shelf, And martyr-like, there on his ehair, He mopes and he sulks by himself. He lias taken his tovs and gone home, And refuses to play anv more His quaint wooden soldiers with swords in their hands. And the red uniforms that they wore, Ave irloonrily standing in line. And hushed is the rub-a-dub drum. While their juvenile captain near by Is valiantly chewing his thumb. He has taken his toys and ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 September 1892

I f. ^(((p JjF^W J' Warren 5heap. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Tbu u*uy,Seqtember 22nd, 1892* THE people's party leaders in tint county re making a great bluff and bluster nbout their strength, and rhmn thnt none of the candidates of other partiect will be "in it." They hnve everything ttxed solid, so they sny, and will elect their whole ticket no republican or democrat need applyunless it be democrat with a "fuse." If what these self-asserted leaders claim, is true, the people might as well dispense with the elec tion this year and let the "gahfi^ run the county two yvars more. But perhaps thn.t after all, the people will have, something to say about the matter in November next. ONE bad feature of this calamity talk is nlrendy noticeable. It is lending some men to the Very verge of socialism, while others are drift ing into the belief that if the govern ment were run according to the prin ciples of the people's platform, pros perity wouhl flow like the proverbial milk and ho...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 September 1892

1 w' 6HSS99 i'W We are HOW prepaica 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. JZST Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. C. \V. Brown wont to Moorhend on business Monday. Farmers vi*e putting in-- their best licks plowing' these fine days. Mrs. W. W. Wood left for Dn rnnd. Wis., on Monthly, to visit with her mother. Miss. Hertha Oherg arrived from Moorhead tin Monday to visit, with her sister, Mis. P. Mnttson. Mrs. E. Whitney, mother of I*]. V. .Yhitney, departed for Waba sha county on Monday to visit with relatives. Severn 1 threshing machines had to suspend woik for a few days be ta use farmers were in no hurry to thresh out of stack. Henry Davies, son of the late T. 11. Davies, arrived from Spokane. Wash., Inst week to settle up some business matters of his father's. When hauling...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 September 1892

mm*mm I WL I \}i & '4m mrren JOHN P. MATT3QN, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. I MINN. WHXTAM E. GLADSTO NE has been a member of parliament since lbS2. IT is stated that seven-eighth? of the bread used in London is made of Amer ican wheat. THE famous cholera jears in India were 1750, 17t8 1760, 1792, 1804, 1816, 1828, 1840, 1852, 1864, 1870 and 1888. THE prefix "O" before so many names of Irishmen is an abbreviation of the word og*ha, meaning grandchild. THE license law of Sweden forbids an.v person buj in drink without pur chasing something to eat at the same time. A "WELL-KNOWN artist declares that in ninety-nine cases out of one hundred the left side of the hum an face is more perfect in outline. UNC LE S AM IS 52,000.000 in pocket on the "money order" list. A great many people have failed to call for their cash, and have left no clew by which they can be traced. IF the sun gave forth sounds loud enough to reach the eaith, such sounds, instead of reaching us in the space of abo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 September 1892

"*JP" MM A MOTHER'S WAKINCJ. 41'. aighi the dews in silence wept, And through the pane the moon's pale beams Played on the floor in silver streams, While by my side my baby slept. So soft, so sweet, the midnight stole. It stilled the breezes on the lea, And hushed the murmur of the sea. And hushed the strife within my soul And silenced all the questions wild. That come between our faith and God, And bade me lie beneath the rod, Calmly as lay the sleeping child. Then slumber on my eyelids pressed. And dimmed the moonbeams silver clear. And husffed the sound I loved to hear Tae breathing of the babe at rest. Till o'er the sea in rosy light The flush of morning slowly crept-. And whispering breezes softly swept The silent shadows of the night. Then wmpt in dreamland far away, I saw the angels come and go. And flutter of their white wings sb Like ocean bird at dusk of day. They came and looked within my eyes, With their sweet eyes so pure and true. And sang low songs all strange and new...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 September 1892

-K1MC4 A y&r Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. 7fo, jt/j- "eqtember 2$tb, ##p2. Itno. CaoxKttira, trf lilie ftntarner, IkliK* Kfavtmr rftrfremerrt "of Sncts rfj^Mxfia^ l*oe. fisih'iR Meeting-v Ar gylft. Dwc. Ftah is n, self -crmVictcfd liar l*y Wa own words-, A'hA eNter.v ronenuui who tin* ft-ny common sense left i hfS pftte will reach the same *ohctoBon Among other things he stated that anarcluHt tterkman, who assaulted Friek, was hirei! to do the lm by the capital istic class, and furthermore that it could not he proved by" any physi cian that Frick was ever injured at all. A pretended assault was inntfe only (or the purpose of bringing the labor cause into disrepute, as Fish told it. Now this man llerkman has since hwn tried and convicted of this samttrit by a jury of twelve good citi zens of Pennsylvania, nhd he has been sentenced to serve 22 years in state's prison. A physician testified at the trial as to the nature of Prick's injuries. Now does it look reas...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 September 1892

*&&.* KIT1 &,{ *&: SKv' J^ mm&% ni-i 4 mm Warreh Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. TbtusJavSeqteinber fytb, ftya. 1 Hfto. GaoNKiiit^ ff Hie frontier, did not tifceaw fftnfeemcrftt yrf facts nogftmRag Doe. VMtVi Meeting at Ar gyle, Irocttaliiati, self conVict^d \STjlT T.f '^n^V ^re I"rfhf0 coM not be proved any phjai- TA^^^T''"'*^ iHb a jnry of twelvegood citi Jens of Pennsylvania, nhd he has injuries. Now does it look reasona ble, and will ntiy man with common sense believe that iterkman was hired to make a pretended aaaault for V^hich he%ut suffer 22 loh^ years imprisonment^VDoc. Fis stated also that it will be shown that the dynamite bombs thrown at the Haymarket riot in Chicago sev eral years ago were thrown at the instigation of McCormick and other employers of labor. In as much as Doc Fish makes such ridiculous and palpably untrue statements and re, iterates the same in his paper, the Great West, can we believe anything that comes from him? In the 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. — 6 October 1892

mm99 -fcp* We art ticnv prepaita negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan*, whereby the loan is pi id hack in small instalments, fn this way the borrow er will find his mortgage lifted in a few years-bar Jly realty tig how it was done. JC^ST Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSOM. Home and County News Whitney loads in low prims. Miss Ida Munson commenced teaching school in Wgu on Mondny last. Congn*ssnnm' ,lhi Lind will speak in Warren on Columbus Dn.v. Oct. 21st, in the ov ning. Rev. 1\ 1\ Stensans will preach un the Norwegian Luthorn ehnreh next Fuiulny morning nt 10:30. FOR SAJ E One span innlcs, foiir working oxen, nnd I'nrm inacliincry, 5 miles south west of Warren. J. TAYLOH. Judge S. Hull arrived home from his Yisit in Indiana on Satur day. He left, his father somewhat better hut far from well. James O'Brien, of Stephen, was adjudged insane Iry the judge of probate S. Hull, and sent, lo the asylum at, Fergus Falls on Friday last. A. Pi. Nelson has commenced to build a fine new re...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 October 1892

I i wren JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN THE alone gold. S3,163 every mines of New Zealand have produced 250,000,000 wortn of THE last censxis shows that while lawyers received $85,000,000 year in fees, 37,000 ministers got only ?6,000,000. IIKRE is anew definition of the word straw. An observing young woman Rays it is a hollow thing with a 'ten rent young man at one end of it and a fifteen-cent drink at the other. A NEW YORKER has made a clock from 34,000 pieces of wood, comprising o\ er CO O varieties. For sixteen years he has had sailors bringing him rare woods from every quarter of the globe. THE following is a copy of a bill ported on the wall of a country village: "A lecture on total abstinence will be delivered in the open air, and a collec tion will be taken at the door to de fray expenses" QUEEN VICTORIA'S Umdoostanee does not come to her without hard digging. She has a Hindoo secretary, a fact un known to her American admirers. His name is Munshi Iiafir...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 October 1892

9 I* 1 wrmt Sometimes, when tnrusheB sing, or sweet bolls chime Fur off and faint across the silent sea, Or south wind wafts the breath of sunny clime, Or ring-doves coo their love by babbling rills, Or the fair priestess of the dawn, star-eyed. Trails her white robe above the eastern hills Down a dim way where stately lilies blow I see the landthe Land of Long Ago. Then memory beckons, and with trembling feet 1 tread the ways where life was once so sweet: See this dear face, that sleeps where marbles shine, And thatbut oceans 'twlxt us roll their brine. "Dear ones, will you not come tom once more And smile and ldss me as in days of yore?'' 'Ah. foolish heart: when will you learn to know None e'er return from the dead Long Ago?" "Hut give me back my joy, the dreams of youth, Hope's rosy visions, or the lamp of Truth Poll back Time's record ftom the dial-plate And snatch a trephy from the grasp of Pate." Again I gazed with wildly streaming eyes On the dread angel that so much denies ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 October 1892

sr -1 i% I 14 i- ^^^iM^^Si -l i Warren Sheaf. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, October 6tb, j8p2* A Few Suggestions to Farmers That Ava WeIN Worth Attention. Brief Statement About How Grain Is Handled at the Xjarge M.\ikets. Wh=&- jgf*^' Farmers May Benefit Them selvesby Studying Our State Grain Laws. The grain an I warehouse laws now in force iu this slate Aver enacted March fc, 18S3, in response to an overwhelming demand from all parts of the state for legislative protection against injustices practiced fit the ter/nin&l points in the matter of gram grading. When the tate assumed control at the terminal points, it fount the Avork of inspection in a very chaotic condition, each board of trade boiug governed by its own standard, and these individual Standards thifting to suit the exigencies of the market. The inauguration of tho new system of state inspection and weighing was, therefore, received with congratu lations on all sides. The beaeficieut rosnlts expected f...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 October 1892

i h: ^?ffiffWJ Ji3 INTbfM 1 Warren SheaP. J.P. MATTSON, i Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, October 6th, 1892* A Pew Suggestions to Farmers That Are WelK Worth j" Attention. jf^^t&stf Brief Statement About How Grain Is Handled at fhe^ Ijarge Markets, H-AMU^ Fariners May Benefit ThenS selves by Studying Our State Grain Laws. ~V The grain an I warehouse laws now In force in this state were enacted March 6, 1883, in response to an overwhelming demand from nil parts of the state for legislative protection against injustices practiced p.t the terminal points in the matter of grain grading. When the state assumed control at the terminal points, it foun.l the work of inspection in a very chaotic condition, each board of trade being governed by its Own standard, and these individual standards shifting to suit the exigencies of the market. The inauguration of the new system of state inspection and weighing was, therefore, receivod with congratu lations on all sides. The benefioient rosnlt...

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

VOL. I-MO. 4. Publlhed nmutbly at 135 We-a Twenty-third stiet Jfew Y.rk. Subscription price 12 cents a yejr Address PROTECTION AND BEGIPROCITX 1 tt**i. Entered at the Xew York P. 0., Ifew Yorft, assecond-his ektss matter. CAMPAIGN 893 SD3VG. Ate Tramp, tramp, tramp, the toy* marchmg. We are all Republicans, Ad we're loyd t the core, Evt-rj inmi will vote for Harrison aud Roid. You cati hear our Slogan ring, Aeour Vnmimijin Son* we slug Every man will vote tor Harrison and Reld. Chorus. Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boy$ are marching Cheer up brother- we will coine, Ti will Qnd us aU iu lino When It coiiiey election time Every nmu will vote (or Harrison and Held. Protection Is theory 'i tint we raise (lie echoes by, Every nmu will vole tor Harrison and Re Id. Evt 8h'p and ov*ry mill Kuw the great MoXluley hill Every man will vote fur Harrison and Keld. Cho us: Honest money, safe and sound, Makes prosperity abound, Eteiy m.i will for Harrison and Held. No freo coinage Heresy By our vote uf...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 October 1892

K- I k-i* IV- THE TARIFF iWi A TAX. 6ome Fine Theories Knocked Out by ?Every-Dy Faoti. a A lit1-IIeadedl Fanaw Kxswsaa Ok* Per centage Trick Cl-lad*s Shallow PhilosophyNoTariff TUM DomeUi OoodaVary ItitUo on ImpoMod-Th Tariff Tax Fake Riddled a CUw Artist. ________ Deacon Weat sot much of a politician. II* beard In stleno* the animated argument, between hie neighbors at the Tillage etora and elsewhere and nerer put la a word. Tet very one knew that the cause of Proteotlen eeuld always count on bU Tt#. The faot 'fit xect &- ct& a ud J#t the Free fracter 'nysffo merchant af the matter was he had wrestled with tariff Ions years ago, and had reached the conolu ton. after diligent study of -the writings t i be enrly statesmen, the debates In Con grecs on the various tariff measures from 1789 down, nod our marvelous Industrial progress under high tariff, that Protection was deserving of tho support ot every true Ameri can. Ha hud therefor* gone on voting tor Protection, satisfied ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 October 1892

$% Vohr/iio XI I. We are noie frrp.itni to negotiate Real Fslate Loans on a neze pi an, leberervtbe loan is paiJ baet in sural! ins/aliaea/s. In Ibis wav the borrow er will j:nJ bis mortgage lilfeJ in a few yearsbar J/v /V7//{///J b,vw ii was ,io:ie. ^""iC Farm sf, sale* COOKfi Sr OLSON. Horns and County News Whitney lesuls in low prices. Menu! il'uI we.it her. njii] f.ill work is ji"jiiu on v,M])iiily. Mr. .To]in McK ty. a good repult lien Argvle is visii in wit Ii Mr. 11. -J. JJeiiaev,it.-i. Congressman ,lol.n l.iiiil will njieak in Wan-en mi Co!nnilns \n\x. *j!st, in Hie rvi iiin:r. FOHS.VI i:: (n S| IM mules, Foi v.'orkiajv o\eu atnl fan a tiKit-iiincrw mil'-s south west of Warren. A pleasant surprise uns given in hon or of Mrs. .|oha Liinllirrg on Thursday evening of ia.st, week, on her L'Liml, oirthiiay. Siie was presen ted with an elepuit silver set". A Larue liumlier of people were there, itml all had a good lime. I In looking over our iiles of the jpiiK.u- for T.s'.! we Mud...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 October 1892

i f^oluiilG *&> &:: We are now prepaita to negotiate V.Real Estate Loans on a new plat), Xvhereby the loan is paid back in small nstalments. In this way the borrow er will find his mortgage lifted in a fezv yearshardly realising boiv it was done. ,7n.^ t^TFarm* for salt, -&&> -*,r COOKE & OLSON. Horns and County News Whit 1103' lends hi low pi ires. lV:tutifnI weather, njid fall work '& isgoinj^on laimllv** ht&'ffy&S t\ Mr. John McKay, ricood repub lican of Ariryle is visiting with Mr. 11. J. liennexutz. Congressman ,]ohn Lind will in Warren on Columbus Day, Orfc. 21at, in the evuiing. FOR SAI E One span mules, foiir working oxen, and farm maehiner.v, ii mil's south west of Wamui. LOST: About Sept. 10.near And. Lodoen's bhu'ksmith shop, Warren, ?i parse containing two Ion-dollar bills and some silver coin. Finder wid please retain to Martin Peterson Vena or leave at SHHAF otiiee. A pleasant surprise was given in honor of Mrs. John Lindherg on Th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 October 1892

wra* JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. IN one hundred years $500 worth of oenniesnould only be worth $250, so jmcWy does copper money wear away. DREKKR, the Vienna brewer, is re potted to be worth 40,000,000 and to be increasing his fortune at the rate of r2, 000,000 a ear out of the profits of bis business. HB gulf stream flows at an average Kpeed of three miles an hour. At some places, notably in the straits of Bernini, "he current attains a velocity of fift}'- 'onr miles an hour. HE three longest rivers in the wot Id MC The Missouri, from its source to ..he mouth of the lower Mississippi, K"7 miles the Amazon, 8,044 miles, lud the Nile, 3,500 miles. MORK than eighteen thousand letters lie put in the post offices of the United states every dav that, thiough the mis hrection or miscarriage of some kind, jrmg up in the dead letter office. .T\MKS SCKOBY, tne agent for Genesee oimty, X. for the American Bible HK'ietv, has just completed a tour of he county and he fo...

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