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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 December 1892

iffc&S BS92L HE stars shoneout with quivering light, As shepherds, on thatholynight, Their vigils lone were keeping. :Whenlo! from out the studded sky [There burst upon the wondering eye A visin that did earth outvie, From Heaven's portals sweeping. The shepherds all were sore amazed, As tremblingly they upward gazed At form angelic flying. But hark! they hear the angel sing: "Good tidines of great joy I bring, For unto you is born a King, He's in a manger lying." Melodious rang the seraph's voice: "Fear not, but evermore rejoice, And cease fore'er your sighing, For unto you is born this day, In David's city, blest for aye, The Saviour, Christ, the living Way, Exult, with angels vying And now a host, a heavenly throng, Sweeps all the air and earth along, Triumphant chorus raising. "To God be glory," now the cry, "And praise to Him who reigns on high," "Good will to men," rings from the sky From choir celestial praising. A star more bright than all the rest Shoue out, that holies...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 December 1892

^HUfffiffiWA^ BS92 Th" i BI* tu MmfT |NE fleeting year! Ah, me! Sow swift! fThe heavy clouds of memory lift And gleaming through their leaden haze The changes of past 'i, hours and days Peer out, like pictures, rich In tint, Somber, or bright with sunny glint Brief visions of past joys and woes They call me at the old year's close Call me once more to turn and dwell On days gone by. The sad farewell Comes slowly from my aching heart And silently the tear drops start. A picture here of merry times When life rang out its golden chimes, When friends and welcome, home and power, Filled with delight each passing hour. Succeeding this in swift array T&e dawn of sorrow's tearful day Breaks through the sullen shade, and lo! A vision of distress and woe: ttv home forsaken, friends untrue, treasures swept from longing view, Parted the hearts that loved so well, While anguish tolls each solemn knell. Joy and distress, delight and pain, Come surging o'er my heart again Bi\ck through the mom...

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 December 1892

I mam mm ISg^f? Volume XIII. We are now prepcuca to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid hack in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will find his mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising bow it was done. ESST Farms for sale.- '0 COOKE &- OLSON. Home and County News "Whitney lends in low prices. It was extremely cold on Christ mas tiny. SHEAF office. Dr. Brown, the dentist is spend ing the holidays in Minneapolis. -The \V. C. T. 17. will meet with Mrs. \V. Gilbert on Thursday, Jnn.5, at 3 M. Mrs. Oscar Holcomb nnddnugh tt-r nre visiting friends in Crookston this week. Nels J. Johnson came np fronv Crookston to spend thelioliinys with his parents. Our old friend Mr. Hnnkinson, of Oak Park.gave the SHEAF friemi ly call last week. -M^rs .1. P. Easton left for Owatonna. Minn on Thursday last week, to make a holiJay visit. A. Lindrot, the blacksmith, left Monday for a visit in Becker county, where ho used to live. Mr. S. P. Robertson who ...

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 December 1892

*p Volume XIII 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. zIZST Farms for sale. COOKE &> OLS&hl. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. It ivns extremely cold on Christ mas dnj*. .C,. SHEAF office. s$fc r? Dr. Urown, the dentist is spend ing the holidays in Minneapolis. J- -The \V. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. W. Gilbert on Thursday, Jan.5, at a I M. Mrs. Oscar Holcomb and daugh ter nw visiting friends in Crookston this week. Nels J. Johnson came up from Crookston to spend theholi'jnyswith his parents. Our old friend Mr. Haakinson, of OnkPark.gave the SHEAF a friend ly call last week. -Mrs J. P. Easton left for Owatonna Minn on Thursday last week, to make a holiJay visit. A. Lindrot, the blacksmith, left Monday for a visit in Becker county, where lie used to live. Mr. S. P. Robertson...

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 December 1892

sw- W^^^^f^TS-^P^Sgj,^ JOHN P. MATTSOW. Editor and Proprletea WARREN. MINN. IN the coldest part of Siberia the Jeet fronnd is frozen to the depth of 620 Morns than seven hundred lives of Columbus have been written in various languages. THKRB have been eleven extra ses sions of congress since the time of Washington. THE profit from the sale of the works of Charles Dickens still amounts to about 540,000 a year. ACCORDING to recent statistics there are in the German empire not less than 629,987 people named Muller. THE Columbian issue of postage stamps, including every denomina tion from a one-cent to a five-dollar stamp, will be ready for use in Jan uary. ADJ. GEN. PORTER, of New York, has filed a report which demonstrates that the expense incurred by the National Guard during the recent Buffalo strike was $192,000. IDA LEWIS, the heroine of Lime Rock lighthouse in Narragansett bay, still holds her position and lives her solitary 'life on that storm-tossed bit of rock. She has saved a...

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 December 1892

nm\ ^mmttfivmifufuiuimtuniut ROOFING. Metallic Weather Boarding, Complete Ceilings, Corrugated Sheeting, Roofing Paints, Iron Roofing, Eava Troughs, Gutters and Spouting, if Allforms of Sheet Metal fo- Building COMPLETE AND READY VfO APPLY WHEN SHIPPED./ WE WANT AN AGENT In tiiistownan energetic workman to take orders and APPLY our material* In this vicinity Correspondence solicited write for prices and terms. SCOTT & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. ESTABLISHED 1872. FULTZ AUTOMATIC THILL COUPLING $1.25 A PAIR. SIMPLE, PRACTICAL, And the BEST. ABSOLUTELY SAFE. CITS 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 he removed Instantly to economise room. Easily and qui okly applied, guaran teed to give satisfaction. Mailed on 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., Ohio. nT. yoa...

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 December 1892

I 1 r*- Vi.* Z% Warren Sheaf, J.l\ M'ATTJSON, Kdifo? and Proprietor* Thursday,December 2Qtb, i8g2. Died At Foldnhl,Minn., on Christmas day Dec. 251 h, 1802, Carl Anderson,ngeii 7ye irs. Deceased leaves a widow and 7 ehildren tojnouin his loss. Todd CouiXyAro-us: Quite number have ,-i.sked what became of the as sault and b.-utcry caseagainst Knute .'Nelson whieh was instituted by Tobias Sauby. The county attor ney and Sauby appeared on the day set tor the heaving nad had the case dismissed. The ense was simply an eleettorit-erin^ scheme. Scotsmen, Ho! "We anticipate holding the Jlnniver sary of the immortal Scottish bard here in Step'uen on tin? 2rth EDITOR SIIKAK: of Jan- uary, as it was on that night, the blast, o' Jauuar win' blew hansel ben on Robin. We cordially invite.nll of every nationality and clime to come and hear the Scottish bard sung in true Scottish style. MARK [ED.At the parlors of the Svca Hotel, at Warren. Minn., on Wednesday, Dec, 2Slh, 1802, Miss Emma Elian Anders...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 December 1892

fc KdJU and Proprietor Tbursiiay^December 2gtb, 1892. Die At Foldald,Mimu, on Christmas day I)ee. 25 tli, ta02, CartAnderson, aea 67 years. Deceased leaves tv widow and 7 children to mown his loss. 1 1 iii" Todd CountyArgus: Quite a number haw naked what became of the as sault and batterycaseagainstKnute Kelson which Has instituted by. Tobias O. Sanity. The county attor ney and San by appeared on the day set for the heaving and had the case dismissed. The case was simplv an electioneering scheme, SS&g Scotsmen, Ho! "\V anticipate holding the anniver sary of the immortal Scottish bard here in Stephen on the 25th of Jan uary, as it was on that night-'the blast o' Jamiar win' blew hansel ben on Kobin.lgWe cordially invitejftU of every nationality and clime to come and hear the Scottish bard sung in true Scottish style. x-^AftRIED.At Svea Hotel, at Warren* Minn., Q Wednesday, Dec. 28th, 1892, Miss Emma Elino Anderson, toMr.John August liloomquist, both of this city. Rev. O. S. Werne...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1893

-r- in Volume XIII. We are now pi epatat to negotiate Real 1-state 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 realiting bow it cas done. ^*r Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Whitney loads in low prices. (My OUT job work done at the Tlio now county officers filed their official oaths on Monday. John E. Ostrom mndea business trip to the twin cities returning home Tuesday. W. P. Tripp and wife spent Christmas with friends in Otter Tail Co., returning home on Tuesday. Rev. Ferguson will prencli in the Preshyterinn Cliurch next Sunday -Mi the usual hour. Rev. S. Werner has moved in to the new Swedish Lutheran parson age where he nniv he found after this. -First class ail wool socks going at IT. per pi All of inv stork must he sold regardless of cost L. A.SLEE. Onr old friend Hans Peterson, of &t'\v Solum, was in town Tuesday, and remembered the SIIF.VF wit...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1893

'M Wf-Z Wll Ifo foe now prepiitca 10 negotiate Real Fstate Loans on a new plan, 1 whereby the loan is pat balk in small instalments. In tbis way the borrow lA *rUfi*JtisarMy few y** ptoc ^V*A\"!"'""''':-. ft" f^ give her a call. r-yl, '&'< ^J|.nHrning r* #%& fef mortgage lifted in a reading bow it "fA was done. S^HTFarmsfor sale. COOKE &- OLSON. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices.: Get yonr job work done at the The new county officers filed their official oatha on Monday. John E. Ostrom maden business trip to the twin cities returning home ^IJ(|'^u ty. es pv *yii&**$ Tripp nnd wife spent ife ^ristra ar a friendsniTuesday.TailrOtteno 'withhome refcun, 0 1 Uov. Ferguson will preach in the .:_Presbyterian Church next Sunday At the usual hour. ^\-r-^s$!Wmmm Rev. 0 S. Werner hns moved in- t^,:n^ *he new Swedish Lutheran parson f^nKo where he jrn^vo ble found aftergthist. ~JWst'* cla8s al Pp"h f^P 5 ot pair. All of winter W regardlesyof cost musf |lfl L. 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. — 5 January 1893

rrassato. w- ^7 v-^ 'ftfWff MARY M. AXIKRSON who was a few fears ago granted a separation from nusband, Louis C. Anderson, of Seat tle, has sued him for 525,000 damages !n the ground of breach of promise. ?he avers that he courted her again a rear ago. recaptured her heart, and promised to remarry her, but has since married some one else. A rather unique case. ACCORDING i Aristophanes the qual ifications of a demagogue are a vile roice, .low birth and ill breeding. Then all a man has to do is to "mangle and mash everything, and flavor and ipiee to suit the people's taste." In hese days the most successful dema gogue must have a soft voice, good birth and gentle breeding. must Middle sn not m&ngle, and substitute mush for mash. A for the flavoring ihe recipe sti'I stands. THE severity of British justice was well illustrated at Northampt on re cently, where a trial for murder was in progress. Th jury having been per mitted to partake of a lunch in their room, one of their number p...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1893

p- i AM I YOU WANT EASE, COMFORT, RELIABILITY, SrEED, STYLE, QUALITY, AX THE BEST O E EVERYTHING, SEND TO TJ3. This is a spe cial offer. W sell them a this price to in troduce them, regular price is S75.QO. WE ARE WHOLESALE HEMoS rr YvO to OLDEST AND LARGEST MAKERS I N ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD. CHICAGO. BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO. SEDND FOR OATALOQUB. 'IptePfK' BSVTI |ODT swings independent ro the pear or axle, making it absolutely free from horse motion. Guaranteed to ride as ea sy as any four-wheeled vehicle. Gear all steel and wroujrht iron. Seat can be raised or lowered with- out removing bolts, so as to adjust to heavy or lijrht weight. Th best looker, the easiest ruler, and the best selling vehicle in the world. Manufactured by Tlie Buckeye Cart Co., Charleston, TV. Va. Construction covered by Ten distinct patent claims. Write to manufacturers for prices and terms, Buckeye Cart Co. Charleston W.Va. THE BEST HIDING THE BEST LOOKING 1 FOR THE STRONGEST B...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1893

T. MATTKOX, tfdifcor and Proprietor,*^ TtmtsJn?, January 5th, 1893. Tnu fdnte legislature is now in ses sion and M10 republicans organize both the sena te and the house. Thy. nllinnee held the balance of power in the'.senate, hut three alliance .sen Inors, Mutt. Dedon and onr own 15. Wood, joined the republicans nhiih ^avc therepublienuK the COD tml ol'this legislative body. As result oi' this deal Senator Wood so ured the appointment of Thomas Topper for the position of nssistmn wrgeant-nt-nrnis, with a good sal ary attached. After fighting the. re publican* ail h. possibility conh. (ioraron iderntiou) th republican, in return give him a soft snap. Mr. Topper knows how to take hold THE cheek to emigration to t. country dist.rie8 wlii li kept hum lauds tit a standstill for several yen rs, reacted on (he rrit and checkei their growth, and it is probable tha it, will b one or two yea is befor I hey will revive am' "cow as theydn ill the K(Vs. Th drift of popuhitio. toward cities is al...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1893

We are now prepaiea 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 fin his mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realiiing bow it was done, 3T Farms for sale, COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Quite stormy yesterday. Whitney lends in low prices. (Jet your job work done at the SilSAF office. "Air. P.Eii3.tp h-fl for St. Paul on Tuesda y. Mrs. Easton has returned from her visit to Owutouna. .Mrs. A Nutting, wife of thecom inissiouer visited friends in town last week. Bro. Xovohiy, of the Banner, got out a. very creditable local paper last week. -First, class all wool socks going at a ota per pair. All of my winter stock mu st be sold regurdlessofeosl.* CJ L. A. Sloe. Tii'j long commission.?*' pro ceedings this week crowds out other matter, but then, of itself, it is as in teresting as a story. Chnlies Westerberg.proprietor of the Scandinavian House at, Crooks ton, visited wit It Mr. and Mrs. Aur Lun...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1893

J,V" 'i _* ^*f* $/\yjphlVe are now preppiea to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small t'li? Jmtaiingnts- "'':^h!er f 7: I" Ibis way the borrow will find his mortgage lifted in a ~|J^ few yearshardly xeali^ing how if fl^fi.V', was done. ^SL W Farms for saler COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Quite sfcorm5* yesterday, Whitney leads in low priees. a Get your job work done at the SasAFpttiee. &*& _._ .fcjr. l.j^af$onJef_ foj*St. Paul Mrs. Euston has returned from her visit to Owatoium/^jjR. .Mrs. A Nutting, wife of thecom missiouor visited friend* in tovvn last. week. Bro. NovotnyVfof -The Jong commissioned' pro ceedinga this week crowds out other matter, but then, of itself, it is as in teresting as a story. Charles Westerber^.proprietor of the Scandinavian House at Crooks tou, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Aur Lundgren the fore part of the week. ,~The famous Kiukapoo Indians will come to Warren Feb. Kith ami remain two .veeks. Will ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1893

i i. fei N I hrvm ^heaf. JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor an* Proprietor. WARREN~ I I MINN. THE sit* of the city of Boston was gold in 1885 by John Blackstone for J150. _________ CODFISH ave becoming1 scarce, but the codfish aristocracy is flourishing1 its fashion. after A EUROPKAN clockmaker has invent ed a clock that will run for ten years without winding. HE death penalty has just been re sumed in Switzerland. For twenty-five fears it has been abolished. EK-CONGRESSMF N WlLLIAMH. KlTCHIN and Eobeit Vance, of North Car olina, will both be membe rs of the next general as^embly of that tate. CKEDITOHS must not approach their debtors by postal cards. A New York tailor half been held in hea vy bail for sendinjr a dunning postal card through the mails. T1RS iNcr.KAbE biiMNER, of Starke, Fla raises her own tea. She gathers three ci ops a year and the bushes fur nish her tea which in China would ost a princelv pi ice ABNER McK'NLEr, a brother of the jjovemor, is said to have invented a typewntmge...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1893

vr- -M 12 Nt YOU WANT EASE, COMFORT, RELIABILITY, SPEED, STYLE, QUALITY, AND THE BEST O KVERYTHING, SEND O US. This i a spe cial offer. W sell them a this price in troduce them, regular price i 75.00. WE ARE WHOLESALE MANUFAC DOS S HE cvMP PRONOUNCED BYAL itfiM BICYCLES OLDEST AND LARGEST MAKERS IN THE WORLD. ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD. CHICAGO, BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO. SB5ND FOR OATALOQUE. THE BEST RIDING THE BEST LOOKING THE STRONGEST BUILT Ever before offered __. 10 HITC HIM TO PERfrECL FRI HEMOS INDIANARANGE CO. MANUFACTURERS OP WROUGHT STEEL RANGES Guaranteed the most eco nomical, most durable and most perfect Range the market. Suitable for hard soft coal, wood. Send for catalogue wjsf r- INDIANA RANGE CO. WANSVILUE. IND. PRODUCT 108,000 BICYCLES W E GUARANTEE OUR MACHINES SUPERIOR O ALL OTHERS WARRANT EVERY ONV TOwB PERFECT. liiSrCOMPANY ^-S?i^?iK$HtB&it 1 )P.-AuiVMiK"Hi't:t v,. |ODY swings independent ^rom the pear or axle, making it absolutely 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. — 12 January 1893

r* 1 I Warpgn flheaF. I MATTSON, Tjtiitorand Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, January tatb, i8pj. Titfl foolish democrat shonteth Vnd biowolh his horn, but his newly m'qmred elephant tronbieth him mightily. The republican gfittcth liis tooth nnd efldeavoreth to trip the boast, that, he na.y vl'tml) over the enrenss to offiee ottr-e more. The Hopulisfc ,romolh nnd deutandethhis rights the lordly rooster 41s he fttniiuYth on the ramparts and or'ow t)y The prohibitionist standelh nfnronV on neeounl: oi' the stench, nn.l surveyrth field ho must con quer.Jfkthmond Enterprise. SENATOR "mm PASS. Thomas Topper Ivies t vide on WenntoiL. G, Wood's railroad is., \,\\i Is enught at it-. The pass taken up by the conductor. Interesting story for Alliance men reproduced from the St. Paul Globe of Jan. 9th." Who has boon traveling on ta\\- road pass belong-in*? to Senator L. (I. Wood, of Marshall county? That, sonar rme besides tlio" venera ble senator has been trvinjr to do...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1893

fek 'V,f'5 *T. P. MATTSON, fP Editor and Proprietor. OHicial Paper ot Marshall County. 'Thursday January t2th, 1893, .JJP** Polish ilemocrnt shouteth *i'J*Jji WowotiilifelM.ru, but his newly TOfoiml elephant trouhletli him mightily. The, republican grltteth his troth alid ^do&voreth to "trip the beast, that bo may ftmb over tlie en rciifls to offiee onfe more. The lopnls griniietli and demnndethhis rhrhts of the lordly rooster wis heFull rMBqidcthontlieranipartBancl crtuv- ?fcK^|u prohibitionist etandoth ntar off," on nr-ouunt of the stench, and Riirvp.vetU tho field he must .eon- *luw**7AHuuinond ^"it?1 Enterprise $r$$i SENATOR WOOD'S PASS/ Thomas topper tries tg rido on mg^ Senator L..G. Wood's railroad fc$S$?9n P' "butteenuRht at it. The tfV^ipi'f, "puns taken uspo by thew conductor. ti V^yj^iiMMi reproduced from ,the St. A ,V 1 Paul Oloho ol Jan. 9fch.~4. l,.v tho 4' i 'vy,V' f*\ Who ho nvelinso?& A$2?**" MRIS1IH.11 comity i*'. '*ond nnwobelonging to Senator L. i 1%' Wo ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1893

I*-"" N We an* now prepaid to negotiate Real Estate Loam 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 yearshardly realising bow it was done. &ST'Farms for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Cold weather ami nn occasional snow storm the order of the day. Al.-iyor Farrel, oi' Arable, was in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Raffeity, re turned the other du from their Wisconsin visit. Rev. 0 S. Werner went to Moor head on Tuesduy to attend a mines teriul gathering. W. W Swift looked up aomo matter* pertaining to an old estate in tV.e probate office last Saturday. Eev.Froxer of Hallock, will preach fei t3 Pjmbyterinu church at the wsual hour next Sunday forenoon. The office of County Supt. Ole G. ^elaoniri with the Judg of Probate inuaediutily adjoining the StfBAF of* Jflee. -First, class all wool socks going at 1 5 ct per pair. All of my whiter stock mu...

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