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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1892

OLDEST AND ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. IP" JTOU WAM EASE, COMFORT, REIJABIUTY, SPF.1.D, STYLE, QUALITY, A\D TUB BEST OF EVERYTHING, SEND TO US Bvehiclefiom DOES HE Cv S BICYCLES COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD. CHICAGO, BOSTON, J^TVWTRffg. ^uiiin SAN FRANCISCO. SEND FOR OATALOQU B5 ffGW( MAI5i:%YuaKii,v This is a spe cial offer. W sell them at this price to in troduce them, regular pn~c is $75.00. WE ARE WHOLESALE MANUFAC ODY swings inrlcponrlent inr the icir or TKIP, miking it absolutely fiee horse motion. On inn teed to ride TS easy ns any four-wheeled Goai all steel ind wron htnon. S ntnn be mised or low ereil with- out rcnioMti" holts so ns to ndju- to henvv 01 li^ht weijrht. The hest looker, tlie easiest ndei, nnd tlie best selhnir vchule the woild. Manufactured Ly The Buckeye Tart Co., CJinrleston, XV. Va. Construction cnvpre hyTVn dWfrct patent claims. Nv nte to mauutJcturei:. tor puceband terms, UuckeyeCart Co. Cliaileston,W.Vs O O THE BEST niDiNG THE BEST LOOKING OR THE STRONGES...

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 December 1892

win. it, I i it., ?%j f}^- I Ir 9f, $V- gfuj +i 1 Warren SheaF MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. ^nursdajf, December ist, 1892. DOLT.AU DONNELLY has been a can didate for office a crreat many times but never before received so mm\\ A soft thing. A son of (he ErnornlJ Isle obtained employment, as a a vote in his owji county. I was 78 2 less than that of two years affo, and 295 behind that of Knute Nelson. Hastings Gazette. A LADY, Miss KnowJes, was elected attorney gener al in Montana on the populist ticket, and another ladv Mrs. Eisenfurth, was elected state superintendent of schools in North Dakota by the same prirt*. An now comes Mrs Lease and'claims that she has a ^ood chance to be elected IT. S. senator from Kansas. E HOEX, on the face~of the re turns, has received a small plurality over Feig for congressman. W un derstands that Feig will conte st the election on account of errors and ir regularities and demands a recount. If Mr. Feig hn something substan tial on which to cause hi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1892

&& & A J mWSM mM?^ ^''t'-.fJ^-h^ Warreir Sheaf. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, December ist, 1892. LADY many tim es a rea DOLL A0Ur DONNELLY has been a can offlc 03lwty.*'-It at hi!before I &V*fe? bu mSm 7teAn was 782- never reQMyed SO small a 295 behind that of Knute Nelson.- Knowles, was elected Mis IJattorney general in Montana on the populist ticket, and another lady Mr s. Eisenfurth, was elected state superintendent of schools in North Dakota by the same part*. An now comes Mrs Lease and" claims that she has a ood chance be elected U. S. senator from Kansas. E BOEN, on the face of the re turns, has received a small plurality over Feig for congressman. W un V derstands that Feig will contest the election on account of errorsnd -ir- regularities and demands a recount. If Mr. Feig has something substan tial on which to cause his contest, it is all right-, but wed not believe in going into it on any trumped charge. '"."& ~--g^^ ji THE republican party...

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 December 1892

We are now prepan-a 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 tew yearshardly realising how it was done. 'Farms for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. Homa and County News Whitney lends in low prices. D. A. Whitney mode, trip (-Jrniul Forks this week. to 11 .1. llighworden lins been very low with lung fever,but is improving. Please bring uS \n some wood on subseription. We need it badly. Fred Tripp and family have moved from Spokane to Wenatehee, Wash. Mrs. John Barnhnrt and daugh ter, of Crookston, visited with rela tives and friends in Warren last week. M. F. says in East Grand Forks ISews: "Ay sknl tank ay yost skep out en koontrai an look fer yob to keep voolf from nine don!" Rev. O. S. Werner will hold ser vices in the Swedish Lutheranehuroh at Warren next Sunday at 11:^0 a. m. and in Vega at 2:30 p. m. We are having delightful winter weather these days. Sleighing is good...

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 December 1892

$ I i sS i (1 d* 1 mrren ?OHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN] MINN. THE electoral college of every state In the union meets Januarv 9. PURIXG the coming year France will spend $1,900,000 for arms and ammuni tion for the cavalry alone. TIIB Hamburg senate budget for the joining year shows a deficit of not far from #1,000,000. Cholera did it. A TYPEWRITING machine which will print on the leaves of a blank book of my thickness is the latest invention. THE priests tell the people in Persia that the cholera plague is the rusult of alcoholic stimulants, and the temper ance cause is prospering there wonder fully. WILLIAM DICKEY was sent to the Maine legislature in 1S42, and they are tending him there yet. He was re elected at the recent election, and is aow 81 years old. THE new Century dictionary contains hvo words that are worth remember ing. They are transubstantiationalist and palatopharineolai'yugeal. Now flon't forget them. THE postmaster general of Norway has ordered that ...

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 December 1892

nlf^gp OLDEST ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. I TfOU WANT EASE, COMFORT, RELIABILITY, SPEfcD, STYLE, QUALITY, ANT THE BEST O EVERYTHING, SEND O US. SiKcmWi OD uru.1P ^Dj m^ HEM0S INDIANA RANGE CO. OF BICYCLES AND LARGEST MAKERS THE COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD. CHICAGO, BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO. SBND I^OR OATAlOOUB. savings independent from the pear or axle, making it absolutely fieo fiom horse motion. Guaranteed to ride as easy as any four-wheeled 'vehicle Gear all steel and wrought ii on. Seat can bo raised or lowered with- out remoMnsr bolts, so as to adjust to heavy or light weight. The best looker, the easiest rulei, and the best selling vehicle in the world. Manufactured by Xlie Buckeye Cart Co., Charleston, W Ta. Construction covered by Ten distinct patent claims. W rita to manufacturers for pi ices and terms, Buckeye Cart Co. Charleston,W.Va O O THE BEST RIDING THE BEST LOOKING I FOR THE STRONGEST BUILT Ever before offered. This is a spe cial offer. W sell them at th is price to In 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. — 8 December 1892

*^i*^$f Rr i Warren'SheaP. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor ^_Jbvrsdayt Dxember 8th, i8g2. CONGRESS (convened on Monday and President Ilnrrison delivered his last annual messno-e. It is an able and carefully prepared document, and it j-ives a thorough review of of the stale of the country. DEATH is no respecter of persons. Even -lay (JoiiM had to obey death's summons, and all his millions could not prolong his life a single minute. The judgment book on high will now unfold to Mr. Gould how he got and used his gold. DONNELLY did not even carry the seventh congressional district. Nel son's vote in the district is 13,757 to Donnelly's 12,059. Donnelly wasn't popular at all except in a few counties in this corner of the state where they don't know him so well. He did not get one sixth of the "tothe tal vote in the state. HE state legislature convenes in a few weeks. It is to be hoped that the next session will not be such a flat failure as the last one. The most important business in t...

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

ft L* Volume XIII. We are now prepatea 10 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. JE^T Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News "Whitney leads in low prices. (Jet your job work done at the MIE.VF"offlee. .lohn A. Johnson left for the twin cities on Monday. Born: To "Prof, nml Mrs. AV. "Walter, on Tuesday,I)eo. 13th, 1892, a son. Mr. MIKI Mrs. Lein. Rnfferty oti Monday for Fan Claire, Wis., where they will spend the winter. The SHEAF acknowledges pleasuit call from Mr. M. IT. Novot y of the Marshall Countv Banner. The RHEAF wants wood on subscription. Bi in us some popple poltM, or anything that will burn. It will be as R'onil as gold to us. M. J. Uerget has rented C. Carl quiat's photograph gallery in Stephen, and expects to liave an ar tist at work there by the 1st, oi' June. Miss Tena Howe will be found in the...

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 December 1892

i i &>:' JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ I MINN. THE first world's fair souvenir half lollar brought $10,000. This shows that first impressions are the best. MANKIND is a rather healthy animal. Ten days per annum is the average imount of sickness in human life. OPTIMISM and pessimism are states f mind dependent upon whether you put on your own double windows or aire a man to do it. SOME one who has "numbered the aairs of the head," says that on the aead of the average man there are ibout 120,000 hairs. MR. SAM LANCASTER, of Knoxville, Tenn., bet that he could drink six beer Classes of whisky in rapid succession. Mr. Lancaster won his bet, but dropped lead before he could collect it. "WHEN an aerolite falls to the earth md imbeds itself in the land it be :omes the property of the owner of the ioil and not the property of the finder. This is the dictum of a recent legal de sision. By her sixth marriage a Connecticut woman becomes the step-mother of forty-seven c...

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 December 1892

^T^" 1 ,i A "t~ ii -ipi' I YOU WANT EASE, COMFORT, UEOAtJIIXCY, SrEED, STTLE, QUALITY, AX THE J3EST O EVEKXTHIXG, SEXO TO US. This is a spe cial offer. We sell them at this price to in troduce them, regular pri'je is 875.00. WE ARE WHOLESALE \*i3' fFBSCYCLES OLDEST AND LARGEST MAKERS IN TH ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. ^T^rBJutwiuuiUJKMiiMMiuiwii'jiMajLu^'flujijaBi COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD. CHICAGO, BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO. SEMMD FOR CATALOGUE. OD swings independent from the ren or nxle, making it absolutely frco from horse motion. Guaranteed to ride as easy as any four-wheeled vehicle. Gear all steel and wrought iron. Seat can be raised or lowered with- out removing bolts, so as to adj'.ist to heavy or lirrht weight. The best looker, the easiest rider, and the best selling vehicle in the world. Manufactured by Tlie Buckeye Cart Co., Charleston, W Va. Construction covered by Ten distinct patent claims. Write to nianufacturers for prices and terms, Buckeye Cart Co. Charleston,W.Vs* THE...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 December 1892

Warden SheaP J.P.1.IATTS0N, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday .December 15th, 1892. HE new U. S. Cruiser is to be named Minneapolis. NORTH DAKOTA elects one Harri son and two Weaver electors. OXE thing is as certain as certain can be, that no one can get rich by raisiner 50 cent wheat. HE papers announce th at the price of whisky has gone up. But it will go down just the same. JOHN Lixn'will probably be ap pointed a State Railroad Commis sioner by Gov. Nelson. AFTER January 1st the fee for reg istered mail packages will be 8 cents instead of 10 cts. as heretofore. HE Scotsmen in the county talk of having a grand celebration of the next anniversary of the great and immortal Robert Burns. The idea is a good one. HE vote for governor in this state stands as follows Nelson 109, 205 Lawler 94,684: Donnelly 39,- 784 Dean 12,167. Nelson's plural ity is 14,521. SEXATOTI WASHBURN is making a hard fight for the Anti-option bill, but the chances are that the combin ed forces of the democracy and...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 December 1892

Mi'p' *-v i%t "Warren fiheaP. J.P.blATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, December i$tb, 1892. TUE new U. S. Cruiser is to be named Minneapolis. \i^i.i\C^ NORTH DAKOTA elects one Harri son and two Weaver electors. ONE thine is as certain as certain can be, that no one can get rich by raising: 50 cent wheat. THE papers announce that the price of whisky has gone up. But it will go down just the same. JOHN LIND will probably be ap pointed a State Railroad Commis sioner by Gov. Nelson. AFTER January 1st the fee for reg istered mail packages will be 8 cents instead of 10 ctB. as heretofore. THE Scotsmen in the county talk of having a grand celebration of the next anniversary of the great and immortal Robert Burns. The idea is a good one. THE vote for governor in this state stands as follows Nelson 109, 205 Lawler 94,684 Donnelly 39,- 784 Dean 12,167. Nelson's plural ity is 14,521. SENATOR WASHBURN is making a hard flght for the Anti-option bill, but the chances are that the combin ed ...

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 December 1892

I ,iK si 1st' te We are now predated to negotiaU Real Estate Loans on a new plan, thereby the Joan is paid back in small instalments. In this -way the borrow er will find bis mortgage Ijfied in a few yearshardly realising bow it was dons. Js*T Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prices. Get your job work done at the SHEAF office. Tho eounty board, meets tl.e first Monday hi January*. How do you like our Christmns. supplement? Isn't it just splendid. Tho W. C. T. T. will meet will Mrs. AY. Gilbert on Thursday, Jan.5, at 3 r. M. MissXora Knntson, daughter of Ole K'tutson of Oak Park, is visit im.' friends in rown. Service will beheld in the Nor wegiau LuHiern church on New Year'r nt ION'IO A.M. Oh Saturday eveniiur there will be a Christians tree festival in tin Presbyterian church, Eriek Olson, of Foldal. kindh remembered the SHEAK with wnodoi subscription last week. Mrs. (Just. Iluber, of Com^tock. retunuMllast week frorn a visit with relativ...

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 December 1892

j*. We art nowprepatea to negotiah Real- Estate Loans on a new plan whereby the Joan is paid back in smal instalments, in this way the borrow er mil find bis mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising how ii mis done. t&T Farms for sale* COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prices." Get your job work dune at the SHEAF office. *$, fit well. 3 *W& nw comity~ toattiptneets Ht a first Monday Januarys I 'v How do yon like our maui .^supplement? Isn't it just splendid/ The W. T. 17. will meet with Mrs. W. Gilbert on Thursday, Jnn.5, at 3 P.M. MissNorn Knutson, daughter of Ole Knufcson of Onk Park, is visiting friends in town, Service will be held in the Nor wegiati Luthern clinrch on New YearV ha 10:30 A. M. Oh Saturday evening there will be a Christinas tree festival in tin Presbyterian church, Erick Olson, of Folded, kindh remembered the SHEAF with woodoi subscription last week. Mrs. Gust. Hnber, of Comet'ocfc, returned, last week from visit with rela...

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 December 1892

1 fn 1 ^^M 8 '^^^M^giiipgM hrren Hhexf. JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor' and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. NINETEEN New York babies were named after Columbus during the week following the dedication. UNCLE SAM is pretty safe. Only about twenty letters go astiayoutot every 1,000,000 sent through the post office. THE riolin upon which the wedding march was played at George Washing ton's marriage has come into the pos session of the Sunbury (Pa.) Musical society. PROF. WIGGINS says that there can be no collision between a comet and the earth, that planets and comets are elec trically positive and therefore repel each other. THREE, hundred and twenty-eight thousand divorces have been granted by the courts of thiscouutry during the past tv\ enty years, ninety per cent, of them to women GEN. F. J. LIPPITT, of Washington, is the only survivor of the few who, standing at the grave, witnessed the interment of Lafayette. He was then a youth and resided in Paris. HE statue of liberty in New York harbor no...

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 December 1892

I Metallic Weather Boarding, Complete Ceilings. Corrugaied Sheeting, Roofing Paints. Iron Roofing, Eave Troughs, Gutters and Spouting, tf6AH forms of Sheet Metal for Building COMPLETE AND READY VTO A^LYWHEN SHIPPED WE WANT AM- In talstownan energetic workman to take orders ami APPLY our materials in this vicinity. Correspondence solicited write for prices and terms. SCOTT & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. ESTABLISHED 1872. FULTZ ifiSATiC $1.25 A PAIR. SIMPLE, PRACTICAL, And the BEST. ABSOLUTELY SAFE. FITS any pole or shaft, no nuts or bolts, holds any anti-rattler and changes from pole to shafts in a minute. Saves time and annoyance, allows shaft o pole to be removed instantly to economise room. Easily and quiokly applied, guaran teed to giro satisfaction. Mailed on receipt of price frith anti rattiers and cross tie complete. Jfra. ordering give width of shaft eye. The Fuitz Thiil Coupling Co., Winona, Columbiana Co., Ohio, rA DRYHOP YEAST T IP YOU WAKT EASE, COMFORT, RELIABILITY, SPEED,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 December 1892

*i" f.T UATT80X, KdiU i ..ml Proprietor ^Jtorsdaj', December aaxj, 1892. JAMKH (J. ^-M\iriH~lyinK ^rS5t ill in \\*W,s:ton V., xpeHed to li\e. iUu] fiave iH n( Vtu: SHK.uMvishe nil its patrons smMnendsa merry 4'hri8tiiirt8 and hnjip)-i\ew Yonr. Cmcvno is nothing, if not ttnter priwii?. She is mV ttftwhig the HOUVMiiorfcnlf dollar* coined hy act of nmmw fur sale t J. dollar a pi*. The first one struck off soM actually for $10,00 0. .v tle way, theSflEAKhns few r.O-cent pieces winch it would like TO dispose of 01, 1 he saine. terms. THE several steamships companies have advised their agents to discon tinue the sale of st^n-jigo p^p.^l tickets from nil Knropenn points. Steera-epn-.,! tickets from Brit ish. Irish. Scandinavian and Finnish points, however, may he issued to parents, hi-others or sisters, if WP M bersof thehonseh.jld.oC cUixcns or residents of the Cnlted States. Ter ons who desire to visit the laired Stnta* wit hunt, intending to remnin hero may also come in st*erne. lint t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 December 1892

Ji.'.'*,-,. ftfv r-y,,.. t.P.MATTSON Kiditc.j ..ml Proprietor. JAMisT5 li^visR i Iying s^rSk ill in Waslm.n-ton 1). V., 'xpeeted to livo. mM Js llt VHK SHK.,F wfche* all its patrons *n. friends a nierry Christmas and a lmppv ^ew Year IHICAOO is nothing, if not enter prising. She how uttering tlie souvenierhaU dollars coined by act of congress for sale at a. dollar a pioco. The ttrst one utrnck off sold etnnlly for $10,000. By the way the SHEAF has n. few 30-cent pieces which it would l,Ko to dispose of on the same, terms. Tui: Pinning tQg!lAMU-P will, in all prolwhilic^, s,sked Xb!ml. riS? TfiTwSS WARRKN SlIKAK: THE several stetunship^ companies hnye advised their agents to discon tinue the sale of steerage prepaid tickets from rfTt European points. Steerage prepaid tickets from' Urit ish, Irish. Scandinavian and Finnish points, however, may be issued to parents, hi-others or sisters, if mem bers of the household^ of rit.xons or residents of the United States. Per sons who desire to...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 December 1892

^ifecggh* VC* *&*er* Cloil ChHsttoiff^ Jlftj* "OMETH now the sacred morn To our spirits tired and worn, Bringing with the chant and chime Memones of that after time When to sinful man was given Pledge of peace and love from heaven, And herald strain and angel throng Echoed forth the rapturous song Welcomed the holy ray Of the first glad Christmas day Joyful let us greet it now. With light hearts and cheerful brow, Bright warm hearths and mirthful bands, Kindly eyes and clasping hands. Greetings frank and words of cheer, To the friends and kindred near. Meekly, humbly liy aside Angry tone and look of pride, Memory of wrong or oe Treacherous friend or cruel foe All that chills the heart below. And round cheerful board and hearth, 'Midst words of joy and songs of mirth, Let each grateful spirit be Fraught with holy chanty Nor envy, caie, nor malice find Resting-place mheart or mind. But kindly tone and open hand, And the deed of mercy planned, To our suffering neighbors prove Our C...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 December 1892

'if, ii" iii JU'i. n*i ii inm.fr CANNOT see why Santa Claus, When I am fast asleep, My stocking only fills with things So common and so cheap! He ne'er brings me expensive toys He never brings a sleigh, A rifle or velocipede Or soldiers blue and gray. He leaves no trains of cars at all, And I }ust think it's mean, He fills my stocking to the brim With apples red and green. Now, there is Mr. McAdoo He's rich, all people know, And Santa Claus brings lovely things Each Christmas eve for Joe. He brings him hobby horses, skates, And boats that go by steam, And hollow, spotted pasteboard cows All full of chocolate cream. And then upon his Christmas tree He hangs red candy dogs, Gold cornucopias, rubber cats, And wmd-up jumping frogs. And I know other rich men's sons With whom it's ]ust the same The high-priced presents left for them Are more than I can name. Another poor man's son like me Is little Jimmie Pott, And fifty cents would pay for all The Christmas that he got Now if our fathers...

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