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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1893

'yf**!%?RGQl $ &?%* wrmgfodf. JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. THE whole number of males in the United States is 82,067,880 and thediscussed whole number of females 30,554,S70. IT is said to cost $400,000 to take care f the convicts of this country in ex cess of what they earn for the states. R. HENRY TAYLOR, the man who in rented baby carriages, was picked up oy the Waltham (Mass.) police in a de ranged and starving condition. TWENTY-SEVEN state legislatures are now in session. It gives one an inkling ot the mass of statesmanship Uncle Sam requires to keep the wheels going round. SOMEBODY has invented a cradle which rocks itself and plays baby tunes it the same time. This will be a great lelp to poor, persecuted, overworked lathers. MRS. HANNAH CHARD, of Port Norris, S. Y., who can still thread a needle ind do good sewing, has enjoyed a merry holiday season, and hopes to elebrate her 100th birthday April 20 next DURING the past year there were 17,- 114 new 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. — 19 January 1893

i Bvehiclefrom $75.00. PRONOUNCED BALL NESTOY urunL EMOS yHJi E BH OURBEAUTIFUL IILUST^DFREE. CATALOGUE INDIANA RANGE CO. MANUFACTURERS O WROUGHT STEEL RANGES Guaranteed to the most eco nomical, most durable and most perfect Range the market. Suitable for hard or soft coal, wood. Send for catalogue OiAsLb-O OLDEST AN LARGEST MAKERS I N ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. I YOU WAM EASE, COUFOKT, RELIABILITY, SPELD, STYIJE, QUALITY, AN THE BEST O EVERYTHING, SEND TO US. COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD. CHICAGO, BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO. SEND FOR OA.TA.IXOTJH) ODY swings independent from the pear or axle, making it absolutely fi ee hor^o motion. Guaranteed to ride as easy as any four-wheeled Gear all steel and wrought iron. Seat can be raised or lowered with- out removing bolts, so as to adjust to heavy or light weight. Th best looker, the easiest nder, and the best selling vehicle in the world. Manufactured by Tn.e Buckeye Cart Co., Charleston, TV Va. Con"truction covered by Ten d!^inc patent claims...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1893

$r*t fe^- J Official Paporl Ma shall County. Thursday, January 19th, 1893* JoHxLixDlins boon nppointotl regent oM.lio Stnto University. IT to report-mi tliut Ira Mills \x\U bo iippninhnl 11 state railroad MiniifiSMionci b,y Gov. Nekon. Ciov. NKLBUX'B 4 megsnjre has tlto right rinir, mul we will try to publish, it in the SIIE.4F nt nnother time, ronsiriorablo space is devoted to the question of grndingnnd transporting wheat, will his recommendations on the subject merit cueful considora tion. THE two branches of the legislate ure balloted separately on Tuesday for U. S. senator, and Davis received 5!7 votes in the two houses. He failed to pet a majority in the upper house, but the total vote in both houses will give him enough, as 84- votes will elect. The joint ballot was cast yesterday, but the SHKAF has not learned the result at the time of go ing to press. Doubtless Davis is elected. The Alliance members vot ed for Owen. THE unostentatious way in which Governor Nelson takes hold ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1893

Report of Warren Loyal Temperance Legion. I met for the first time with the L. L. Classes on the28, of June 1892, with 30 names on roll and $8.40 treasury. Since that time we have added 29 names to our list, 19 in Senior and 29 in Junior class, making 58 in all. At this meeting we decided to sell ice cream and lemonade on the 4th of July, netting us $33.25. Ou July 13, we received the W. C. T. U. convention, by marching through the streets, carrying our banners and singing songs of wel come. We sent for six song-books costing 60 cts, 30 pledge-cards 20ctsand 90 red white and blue pledge-cards at 30 cts, to be signed by the members, one half of which will be sent to the World's Fair, the others to be keptut home. Mrs Bernard has kindly help ed us by sending for these, and has met with us three times Since June the Senior class have held nine meetings and two social**, both being at my home. I furnished refreshments for one, the other was given by the class. One work we have taken up ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1893

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Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 January 1893

p, 1' 9 We arenowprepaita to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new ptan, whereby t1x loan is paid back in smalt instalments, hi 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 loads in low prices. Theweather 1ms again turned intensely cold. F.W.Flanders went to Huliock on business yesterday. Attorney Bayroll of Argvle was in this city Tuesday. Try a sack of that Gem Graham Hour at South worth's. Commissioner Hill started to day on a visit to Becker Co. Minn. H. L. Melgoard, of Argyle, was passenger on the south bound train on Saturday. Mr. A. Southworth took Mrs. South worth to Grand Forks to-day for medical treatment. A. II. Gordon took his departure for St. Paul and other points on Monday to be gone a couple weeks. Herman Olund, the late demo rrntic candidate for sheriff, is lying seriously ill at the residence of' Ole Swnnson. M. IT. Novotnv, editor of Banner, ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 January 1893

ib ii "ont7rt\Twhi^r^ Hose or H fl",-I I- I )nt Collected during (lie year Received from D. Farrell 'BWJM*sk-f. $a& OF Auditor's OfficMarshall County, Minn., Wamn, Dec. Jl, 1892 1 T,m nnaw^BoAU or COUNTY Ccmnrnwim. or MARSHALL C'O. MlXX* nn,l other t,, i structures thereon Value r town and city lots including strue tures thereon Value of personal properly Totnlyalue of all taxable property or state purposes Cor county purposes Cor town purposes Cor school purposes Cor all oMier purposes Total amount of tax levied ITeineiiT MARSHALL CO., MINNESOTA, Froro Jan. 4.1892. and ending Dec. 31, 1892. lttoTOT,onon,, MuB,l,n th ursnriwmrEN'Ts: County revenue orders paid Paid interest on revenue orders County poor orders paid Paid interest on county bond County road and bridge orders paid Town and city orders paid School district orders paid Refunding orders paid Redemption orders paid State taxes paid state treasurer Interest and principal (collected on state lands) paid state treasurer Te...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 January 1893

Noves MS* ^l^^^l^^^ Wituesses ITirnm Smith State of Minnesota vs Nick Bartletfc Joaopli Shufletowski State of Minnesota vs Nick Bnrtlett Havre Wilson State of Minnesota vs Wessly Howl Nonstable Fees ,*llen Boyrc Stateof Minnesota vs Wessly Kinder John Bjorklimd Nick Bartlett Conveying- prisoner to county jnil Otto Stoltz Conveying Henvit Pngnne to county jjnil *'ieo Bel rose State of Minnesota vs Nick Bartlett E n.vily tnhn Bennett nnd John McCarthy Sheriff Fees John Kirel State of Minnesota vs Chas Elf red John Wentfcl Wessly Kinder John Bjorklnnd Win Kinder Geo Howe Tone King CORONERS COURT EXPENSES Coroners Fees: O E lU'leourt inquest on hody of John Paulson Napoleon Beaudry unknown portion Miclmel Seidek O E 1'eh'ourt in ease o? suicide of Lodine S Odegaard Coroners jury and witness, fees, etc. Martin Besaucon juror inquest on body of Frank Mitchell August Peterson Frank Mitchell Henry Swedlund __ _JJ)B 'Martin Peterson John Swedlund Fred Peterson OloM Olson llendrick Nelson Hag...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 January 1893

^'M Warren-SheaP/ J.P.MATTSON, jftditorand Proprietor. J^ficial^Paper of Marshall Counly, Thursday, January 26tb778gj. Comstock. Oak Park. l'ckvoll, Minn., .Tan. -3r.l,itttf T'ne deputy shorril'f was liero look ing lor a couple rogues who it. is said hove been thumping one by name Dolnn, in town oi' Big AYoods his clothes were part ]y torn off from him, besides getting a pounding. I is noid that it was those Blind Pigs that did business in this town. We hope those fellows will either fall in to the sheriffs hands, or else "got." Mr. Sonderal, agent, for Ihd Hiver ualen was here last week.AVe understood he was not very success ful getting in .subscribers.' ITe com plained somewhat and no wonder !To. many alliance down here.A moot ing, of the members oft he Lu.ther.aii church, was held at Simon Swansons the 2linst. The object of the meeting was TO agree on a site for thochurch. Tlie place chosen was on Swan son's farm. Norwegian Violinist, Lars li. Fykerud, rhe famous Nor wegian violi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 February 1893

Hi pr Volume NUT. 11 are tio'w prebaica to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid-hick in mail instalments. In this xezy the harrow er ie:ll tin,! his mortgage lifted in a few years-hardly reali^i/jo how it teas done. 5ST'Farms for sale. COOKE S- OLSON. Home and County News Whitney loads in low prices. Don't target the sociable Friday ni.irht. Come to the social at Rlee's [hall Fridny ni^ht. Try a sack of that Horn Crnham JJoarat Soutlnvorth's. Mr. A. Tfeadrlck, of Wnnger, lnme down Monday to visit with T. II. Mark ainlmmily. -First (iav!--- xx\\ woo SOcks going at l." cts per pair. All of my winter Stork atnst be sold regardless o? cost/ L. A.Slee. The Ladies'Aid Society of the Al. 10. clmn-h will give a sociable in Slee's hall, Friday evening. Fed. ,'tivl. Fverybody is invited. Married: At Warren, Minn., on the^.Hh oi .January, 1S{i3, by Rev. J*. M. .Sumuelson. Mr. Andrew 'A. Linderot and Minnie Johnson. ~Hev.FA.rrnesv.il] hold servi ces in the Norwegi...

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

j*^ I Tax collection County poor County bond County revenue County interest County road and bridge Public land fund .Private redemption Text books State interest juf school bonds Current school fund City, towns and villng-s School districts Financial Statement OF MARSF-jflLL CO., MINNESOTA, Fron) Jan. 4,1892, andJendiqgDec. 31, 1892. Auditor's Office, Marshall County, Minn., Warren, Dec. 31, 1892, To TUE HOXOKAIILE HOARD O COUXTV COMMISSIONERS O MARSHALL Co. MINN? npntlomen:- Irewith submit torjoiipjhonornblo bodv a state- ment of tliP'flnnneinl condition of Marshall ^county, Minnesota, at the lose of the 1 seal year ending]Dee. 31, 1802, [together-with itemized statement ot.nll receipts nnd disbursements of county, city school stnJ town. villn^nnd otherjunds during the flnyear^d?i^eCTe Respectfully, CiLAVIN, TRIAL BALANCE OF AUDITORS LEDGER, DEC. 31, 1892.! Charged toconnty treasurer Text book commission fund City, town and village funds School district funds County Auditor. $14388...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 February 1893

&* kp5*a* Noyes -J- '"-w^. ^rsjf^jssf'S' Witnosses Hiram Smith State of Minnesota vs Nick Bartlett Joseph Shufletowski State of Minnesota vs Nick Bartlett Havre Wileon State of Minnesota vs Wessly Hovol Constable Fees Allen Boyce Stateof Minnesota vs Wessly Kinder John Bjorklund Nick Bartlbtt Conveying prisoner to county jail Otto Stoltz Conveying Benvit Pagnac to county jail 'Geo Belrose State of Minnesota vs Nick Bartlett 33 Daily John Bennett and John McCarthy Sheriff Fees John Kivel State of Minnesota vs Chas Elfred John E Wentzel Wessly Kinder John Bjorklnnd Win Kinder Geo Howe Tone King -CORONERS CO CRT EXPENSES Coroners Fees: O E Belcourt inquest on body of John Paulson Napoleon Bosuulry unknown person Michael Seidek O E Belcourt in case of suicide of Lodine SOdeo-nnr Coroners jury and,fitness, fees, etc Martin Besaucon juror inquest on body of Frank Mitchell August Peterson Frank Mitchell Henry Swedlund John Paulson Martin Peterson John Swedlund Fred Peterson OleM Olson ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 February 1893

"""v... Noyos lists Hiram Smith State of Minnesota va Nick Bartletb "v Joseph Shufletowski Stato of Minnesota vs Nick Baftlett Havre Wilson State of Minnesota vs Wessly Hovel Constable Fees Allen -Boy? Stateof Minnesota vs Wessly Kinder John Bjorklund Nick Bartlbtt Conveying prisoner to county jail Otto Stoltz Conveying Benvit Pagnac to county jail CJeo Belrose State of Minnesota vs Nick Bartlett E Dady John Bennett and John McCarthy Sheriff Fees John Kivel State of Minnesota vs Chas Elfred John E Wentzel Wessly Kinder John Bjorklund Win Kinder Geo Howe Tone King -CORONERS CO CRT EXPENSES Coroners Fees: O E Beleourt inquest on body of John Paulson Napoleon Beaudry unknown person Michael Seidek O E Beleourt in ease of suicide of Lodine S Odegnnrd Coroners jury and^j^nesa, fees, etc. Martin Besaucon juror inquest on body of Frank Mitchell August Peterson Frank Mitchell Henry Swedlund John Paulson Martin Peterson JohnSwedlund Fred Peterson OleM Olson Bend rick Nelson Hngford witness, i...

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

4 p ""H Warren Sheaf. __J&lttorand rroprietor.. Official PaperyRflarshalKJounty. 'Thursday., February Jiid~j8^ Tim -Koviow of Puniows fills a "niquo plnco in Amwionn ppriortfcnl itornturo. Tlu January mmibor is lull of good tilings. Mi.rrir, i]nsior.))unoonihp mid l0 11" dhinol s,ifh to .lofont Push, innn Davis ior ro-olootion to th 1 N. Sr*n7to,thaiih it 7io.ni' doiujy so. cnr.io \Ti'v SOME ol' owr populis frionrts, for some m-ison or otho^. do not tnkons JcindJy to tl.o St. Paul (ilotm ihoy h* before oloetion. Thnt: paper is now boino- donomiPod I.y thorn in stronger tornis than Ponnellv over Mppliod to 1ho TMo-noor Pross. TUT: flood Ronds t'onvontion was effort in fho rio-ht. dirootion, and jsonio good will ovidontly result there from. Lot there be road reform as well as other reforms, A dramas bill will be introdneod into the lgis lntureand it is liferOy to pass This rime. Al.W'Y great men havboi'ii remov ed by death in the month oUnnuary nmong them being Putherlord 11. iJny...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 February 1893

I L-^ i i |fe fin J- lift, Editor and Proprietory Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, February 2mf~i8^j~ THE-Koview of Reviews fills a unique plnco in American periodical iternturc. Th Jnmmrjr number is lull of good things. .HLUFF, WnsTerSuiTeomhe mid boo dle did not suffice to defent Ciwh man K.Davis ior re-election to the 1T. S. Senate,thonjrh it mni v*rV near cloinjv so SO ME of our populist friends, foi kindly to the St. Paul (llobe as they did before election. That paper is now being denounced by them in stronger terms than Donnelly ever applied to the Pioneer Press. Tnr Good Roads Convention was effort in the right direction, and vsome good will evidently result there from. Let there be road reform as well as other reforms. A drainage lull will be introduced into the legis lature and if is likely to pass this time. MA ^Y great men 'have been remov ed by death in the month of January among them being ftntheHord ]i. Hayes, L. q. Lamar, sennter Kon na, Pen. Bntler. bisho...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1893

m I 1 Volume XIII. We are vow prepatea to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a ney plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this ivay the borrowCITY er will /bid bis mortgage lifted in a few years--hardl\ realising how it was do)ie. ~T Far ins for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prices. Ah! bitter oold it wasand is ami will bo for a while yet. The socinl in S.'ee's hall last Fri day evening was a pronounced suc cess. Two side boards of a new bed stead have been found and left ntthe SHEAF office where the owner can get them. Hew James Moody, of St. Tli laire, arrived Inst Tuesday to visit for a couple of days with Rev. O. S, Werner. Prot. if. C. Bailey, late Candi da to for county superintendent, of schools on the republican ticket, left for Idaho fast Monday. Mr*. Bailey expects to join him as soon as she has finished her term of school in Argyll-. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Dalqnist on Thursday Feb. 2nd ISO It being- ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1893

"i F* I ,JnU.T Tax collection County poor County hoiKl County revenue County interest County road and bridge Public land fund Private redemption Text books State interest on'school bonds Current school fund City, tonus aud villages School districts Collected durine the Distributed March June October B.-dunce Dec. 31.-^892 Credited to interest fund Credited to revenue fund. Balance Jan. 4,1892 Received during the year Financial Statement OF MARSHALL CO., MINNESOTA, Froro Jan..4,1892, andJendlogDec. 31, 1892. Auditor's OfficeJMarshall County, Minn., Warren, Dec. 31,' 1892, To^nEinOJCOUABLE BOARD OF CoiTNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MARSHALL Co. MINN: W Bnbmitt I f( nn 0,i ment tho.llnnnoiniroondition of ^Marshall county, Minnesota at the Respectfully, Total value of all taxable property For .state purposes For county purposes For town purposes For school purpose** For all other purposes Total amount of tax levied DISBURSEMENTS: County revenue, orders paid Paid interest on revenue orders County...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1893

McCarthy Noyea Olwu Jk Holm 4#*WI lb egg ta $i: &t) Fow*ll. repairing ot* for cost** liouxe a i P0*elt& Ijtraoa kurdware tor court fcouue 12 30 tt Wluuhester Hsndrles fur probata oQlce and lall S 2.1 10 Wlaolixi,t-er gunilrka tur tuaurt boa*e ujtft jeUt 10 Hart ntnaam Iran brace, lor wiiul.w hi i-lurks S Wkllmey auuArie* for te e* VOII'f b()UHP ]H ii'l tt Whit&nv feu ton ODM! H7 & Whitney nimdfifm for eonrt houiM o ffr*d Jobnaon 1 cord wood A Whitney muc!rls for evnrt basse ttud J-vll 45 1) A Whlt.iwy Biiiiiou fer \sd! 2d Holm paid tor ir penter vork tiuns 1M tJ-cu^r: oUlc^ncntb- WiiiT .t: 4 73 ffm-wa Utilityt rpati'i( hni 1 writing dek uud lttS whalr* f^r m rosin TO 88 Taralseth gallon* kerusosv 3 eo Whitney ssudries i*urt kevue Id 40 Witnessee Hiram Smith State of Minnesota vs Nick Brirtlett Joseph Shufletowskl State of Minnesota vs Nick Burtlett Havre Wilson State of Minnesota vs Wessly Ho vol Constable Fees Allen Boyce Stateof Minnesota vs Wessly Kinder John Bjor...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1893

KM & PV1 Warren^SheaP. J.l*. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. 1 Marshall County. _?i??l"? pe 1 HE \V.\sjnjri{.\ anti-option Mil wn? pnssod in tin? senate hy Inrppmn.. jority. It wns a groat vi^rorv For WnsJilnini, nnd shown him to'lion u-ttfOrcM-^s well MS n. slntosinan. Pm:sini:.vr Harris.^ has Wrc must newr overlook the fad that the starting point of Hie busi ness of the wtu-10-w wilh those win till the soil and dig in the niinw. In Nnr words the inifiai stop of all business is taken by the people who s.HMiro somo product from mother artii. The shaping, combining, uti lizing of those pro.ln.ts, is the work of thomorehanl and linos of trans portation. Anything whirl, aids in *ho initial slop, which holps tho pro- tnotion of raw muleml, isanadvan tage lo every branch of M-ndo in the world, lion-oil is that strong, 1,,-althy snowsloin, there may bo seen hotter orops of wheat and grass and a bolter snpplv of buubor. Then why should ni) Card of Thanks. Ill lie hlSS of rn Norman, 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. — 9 February 1893

4PPMH r** &r ^A fi^nw WarPEii' SheaP. Wh J.IVMATTSON, Editor and Proprietor 4?fficnfl **per o( Marshallcouniyr '^jStd^Fel^nygtb, i8g- tfilE WASIIJU-UN nnti-optionhill wfls' pnasodintlmsonnto by a largo ma jorit.v. It Avna a sn t. victorv for Wnshhimi, nnd shown him to hentaxes woj^was well na a statesman i FHRsrnKXTflMrvwoft fins appoint ed TTowv|W*fcson a Tennessee dem ocrat ii nrr-ofMulo jnstice of the Su jpivw Court, to fill the vacancy -aused hy the don Hi of justice Lam Jir. Tho nppr!ntinMit is gwiornllv oonsidorod to be an oxeolloni ono,niul it shows, that tho president is a man who can look Leyoml tho narrow onfiiu^oi partisanship wl/on oxer ming his appointive power, WK must never overlook Jhe Tart that the startino' no o|-{]w other words the initial stepn of'jall business is taken by the people who secure some product from mother o.'irth. The shaping combining-, uti Iismjy of those products, is tho work of tho merchant nd linos of trans portation. Anything which aids in...

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