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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 June 1893

& zrren JOHN P. ATTSON, Editor and PfOptMrn WARREN. MINN. A NEBRASKA man has 100 acres sown to mustard. The farm might be known ib the "Bi Mustard Plaster." O the twenty-one clerks who lost their lives in the disaster at Ford's thea ter in Washington eleven were veterans of the union army. A N agent in attempting to sell a new style of garter to an editor was in formed th at his task was useless, as an editor could not be expected to buy anything th at would interfere with his circulation. TN the Midw ay Plaisance at the world's fair it is not uncommon to see Dahomey man sitting in front of a hut engaged in needle-work, while his wife or other female memb er of the family sits by smoking a cigar. EKC EN catalogues show that ento mologists have found 868 species of spiders in the upper Cayuga lake basin, 870 in the District of Columbia and 840 in New England. Dr. George Marx as compiled a list of 293 species which have been found in the polar regions of the globe. PROBA BI the mo...

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 June 1893

'r' $jcriuiio& TONE, ACTION, FRAJV.E WORK, AND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 8 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. CHESTW 6n& Bump ful lllus'rited Price List. TheSofaMiashsrGymnasium Go, llg WANTED LIVE AGENTS In every town in each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Forks these goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the prices of solid sterling Silver. The goods are sold by agents only and we warrant them to stand the te&t of years or refund the money, a guarantee will go with each cozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputation of making the best goods on the rn-vrket. Samples sent on recieptof25 cents, for which we will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents make from to to 25 dollars per day. ADDRESS- m Upson & Hart Co. MonYille, Conn iniomriiie lonn For information and free Handbook write to bWXN &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 June 1893

I tU &t Warren SheaP MATTSON, Edit or and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, Jittie 29th, 1893. Worlds Fair Letter, Being well located our next busi ness was to see the F.iir, which we did in the nfternoon. We thought it wise the first day not to enter any buildings, and view the beauti ful and magnificent buildings from the outside. As one takes a stroll towards the Administration build ing, a scene is presented to the eye that can never be forgotten. One can not help but imagine himself transposed to fairy land as one beautiful view niter another bursts upon the eye. Structure after struct ure, while, gran J, imposing, beauti ful in architecture, with an endless array of statuary and sparkling fountains meet our gaze. I is worth a trip to Chicago merely to see the buildings. During the afternoon we registered at the Minnesota building. The most most conspicuous tiling about said building is Fjeldes statue of Hiawatha which is placed at the entrance. It sh...

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 July 1893

V, 1 I w% MBi ^MMt Volume XIII. Home and County News "Whitney loads in low prices. Growing- weather. 11. L. Molg-anrd, of Argyle, was in the city on Saturday. Lem. Bttfferty and wife returned from the Fair on July 4th. L. Lniriberson and family re turned from the Fair on July 4th. Mrs. II. J. Ilennewitz and ehil dren left for Zumbrota, Minn., on Monday. Axel Ekblom, the genial clerk in "Winchester's store, spent the Fourth at Stephen. Services in the M. E. church next Sunday at usual hour, conducted by Rev. J. S. David. ltev. O. S. "Werner will conduct services in the Swedish Lutheran church next Sunday at 10 a. n. Don't forget the races next Sat urday, July 8th. They will be good. You can not afford to miss them. J. P. Lein, Acton, Walsh coun ty, N. I): Here is *1.HO, for which 1 "want another year's subscription of of the SHEAF. Thanks. Charley Hjurseth, who has been attending a. busbies college at Minne apolis for the past six mouths, re turned to Warren July 4th. MARRIED: At War...

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 July 1893

1 ii r-tt I* if' zrren JOHN P. MATTSOIf, Editor wad Propr* WARREN^ MINN. I N the matter of reaching1 the high degrees it is a close race between the thermometer and the college student. A RATTLnsxAKE will not cross a hair ope. Experienced campers, when they fear that rattlesnakes are around, en circle their camp with a hair lariat or two and feel secure. Is the early days of Virginia a law as made punishi ng with death the man ho killed a hog. sheep or goat. This was done to provide for the in crease of these animals. THE loss of the British war ship Vic toria gives a hint of the way men will be sent to the bottom of the sea by wholesale in time of battle when the great steel monsters use their rams. PRO F. BKI .L asserts that the flying machine bound to come in the next ten years. There are enough high-fly ers in the country to furnish an im mense traffic for this method of transit. A BLA CK turtle weighing2,000 pounds has been captured near Cape Lookout. The story would have been ...

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 July 1893

r^ ^fisynns HAVE TONE, ACTION. FRAME WORK, AND FINISH PERFECT AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 5 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. IheCornettPianoCo.,^^ BOSTON CHESTW^IGHT FOR YOUR HOME. gtad Stmp fcl Illustrated Prtea List, His Schymacbsr Gymnasium Co. WANTED LIVE AGENTS In every town in each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Porksthes goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the prices of solid sterling silver. The goods are sold by agents only and warrant them to stand the test of years or refund the money, a guarantee will go with each dozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputation of making the best good* on the market. Samples sent on recieptofas cents, for which will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents make from xo to 25 dollars per day. ADDRESS- TneUpson& HartCo. UnionYille, Conn, For Information and free Handbo...

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 July 1893

aifoinri i 1 1 1 rren fr.iiiijfa'.W* E Editor and Proprietor. OtRcial Papers Marshall County. Thursday, July 6th, tfy}. Www's fair Letter. Columbian Exposition July 1,1803 \Ve have spent a week at the Fair now, and although we have used our eyes diligently from early morn till late at night, we have not swm half of this great Exposi tfon. A first we got very tired strolling about from one object of interest to another, but after getting used to it we do not inind it so much. Distances in the White City are very deceptive, and a person covers more ground in his rambles than is opparent. The weather has been cool and comfort able, however, during all the time we have been here, and we have not suf fered from heat at all, which we thought would be the greatest diffi culty on leaving home. On th& con trary, it has at times been a little too cool. Coming from an agricultural com munity we naturally felt much inter ested in the Agricultural exhibit,and consequently resolved to visit 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. — 13 July 1893

2*| Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. We call attention to I H. Holm's advertisement this week. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the lmmt' of Mrs. W. W. Wood, Thurs day at 4 o'clock. A state Farmers Institute was held at A.iy!o, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week. The board ol county commis sioners met in regular session Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday. Services will be held in the M. E. church next Sunday morning by Rev. J. S. David. young- people's meeting- in the evening-. Tic editor of this paper and his wife returned from their visit to the World's Fair on Saturday last, very much pleased with what they liad seen. On Sunday, July 16th, Itev. E. Norelius, J). I)., the chairman of theyear. Minnesota Conference of the Swedish Lutheran church, will he in Vega and conduct the dedication of the Luth. church. Walter Winchester, son of Mr. O. Winchester, returned Tuesday from Oherlin College, where he is a student, and will sp( ml his vacation at home in this city. Sat...

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 July 1893

.n II hJ i eceived. 1 ^rJ^i/i m\\\iw fnrren^heaf. JOHN P. 1IATT3QN, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ MINN. A CHESTNT/T tree two thousand years old flourishes at the foot of Mount Et na. A few bushels of its first crop are still in the market. HE calamity wave cannot be con-,Washington. eidered at an end until full returns of the ravages of the deadly watermelon and the destroying1 ice cream have been IN Norway they have a cicatrization qualification for suffrage. Persons who cannot show a well-marked vaccination bear are not allowed to vote. THK total number of Chinese in the United vStates in 1880 was 105,465. The total number in 1890 v* as only 107,475, a gain in ten years of but 2,010. A SLIT in the English chancery court begun one hundred and fifty-two rears ago was concluded the other day. The government duties and legal fees covered nearly the entire stim fought for. KINO Bl I.I-, head of the Lapland vil lage at the world's fair, is said to be 11I years old, and his son, 90 years...

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 July 1893

I.. HAVE PERFECT A ND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED S YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. TheCornettPianoCo., $ a. =5 T3 CO O O Is**!. S ADDRESS- TieUpson& HartCo. Unlonville, Conn. TRADE MARKS, DESIGN PATENT8, COPYRIGHTS, etc Torinformation and free Handbook writeto MUWN & CO., 361 BUOADWAT, NBW TORS Oldest bureau for securing- patents In America. Every patent taken out by us is brought before the public by a notice given free of charge in the fcicuttfie Amelias Largest circulation of any scientific paperin the world. Splendidly Illustrated No intelligent man should be without It. IVeeklv $ 3 OO a year $1 SO six months. Address MufcN A CO, PUBLISHEKS, 361 Broadway, Mew York City. Mention this paper. 3* -4 ToY Who. Little TONE, ACTION. FRAMEWORK, A ND FINISH ia BOSTON CHESTW ^ORGANS, $32 Wanted for 10 years. LlQHT. STRONQ. hi? and upwards. Will Save You. CHT E| FOR YOUR HOME. 2 CO 3 sill UJ ja to 5 8 B* S 5 Bend Bump for Illustrated Frise Mat. TheSchumacherGymnasiumGo. 1 WANT...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 July 1893

If I* Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, July itfh, 1893. WORLD'S FAIR. Believing that the readers of the SHEAF are very much interested in the World's Fair, and realizing that many will be denied the privilege of going there, I will endeavor, briefly, to describe a few things which I saw during my visit and which were in teresting to me. Let us then this week take a peep into the United States Government building, a beau tiful structure 420 feet long by 350 feet in width, its main floor and gal leries covering a total of 191,000 square feet of floor space. In this building the Government of the Unit ed States has extensive and instruc tive exhibits from the various de partments, notably the Departments of Agriculture, Interior, War, Treas ury, Post Office, and th* U. S. Fish Commission, also the Smithsonian Institution and National Museum In the Department of Agriculture, the Bureau of Animal Industry ex hibits models etc....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 July 1893

rW ifC. i 1 i i Volume XIII. Home and County News Whitney loads iu low prices. All who intend to fit themselves for teachers should read the adver tisement of the ytute Normal Schools this week. The ladies of the M. E. church will serve Lawn Tea at the homo of Mrs. W. W. Wood, on July 28th, 1893 at 6:30 p. m. Supper 25 cts. All are invited. We had a heavy shower of rain Thursday night last week, more rain Friday night, and light showers Sa turday. Sunday was slightly cloudy and cooler. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday clear and warm, but not sultry. Mr. T. H, tlraig, .whose health has been failing* for some time, is now Jying in a precarious condition at his home in this city. Ho is a pio neer settler, an esteemed citizen, and for a number of years was register of deeds of this countj\ We call attention to the adver tisement of IMIlsbury Academy in this issue. This well known and suc cessful school is located at Owaton na Minn., and offers to yoking ladies and gentlemen splendid opport...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 July 1893

i ft it, I mrren JOHN P. MATTSOK, Bdltor and Proprieee*. WARREN. MINN. THE prison population of India is only 38 per 100,000 population, or less than half the ratio of Great Britain. N WOND ER the Chinese who are here piefer to remain here. Eleven thou sand of those who remained at home have been drowned this summer. THE hot weather this season appears to have produced anew word, "sizzard." It isn't a beautiful word, but then, for that matter, neither is blizzard, of which it seenib to be a poor relation. THIS is the time of year when the cy clone fiend tells how that "terrible tw ister back in '78" blew the bunghole of a cask rijrht through a two-inch plank and left it sticking1 wall. oug ht to have-an assistant. in a brick OID William and Mary college at "Williamsburg, a -where many of the distinguished statesmen of the revolu tion \%ere educated, has just celebrated the tuo hundredth anniversary of its charter. A FRFNCHM AN has invented a novel form of burglar alarm which explode...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 July 1893

1 HAVE %H?f TONE, ACTION. FRAME WORK, AND FINISH PERFECT AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. TheCoraettPianoCo.,4^?^"- BOSTON CHEST W EICH FOR YOUR HOME. 0ta4 BumpforIUnitrsted Frls. Lilt. TheSchumacherGymnasiumCo,N WANTE LIVE AGENTSf _____ In every town In each state to soil our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and A Foiks these goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the prices of solid sterling silver. The goods are sold by agents only and we warrant them to stand the test of years or the money, a guaranterefunld wil go with each ozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputation of making the best goods on the market. Samples sent on recieptofas cents, for which we will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents make from xo to 95 dollars per day. ADDRESS- TueUpson&HartCo. MoMille, Conn. Tor Information and free Ha...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 July 1893

I 5? Z&M'r Efc* ^^m?A4Wl WarrerfSheaP. J\ P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of MarslMllCounty. Thursday, July 2otb, 1893. WORLD'S FAIR. This week we will make a tour of the largest building in the woridjand the largest under roof ver elected, namely the Manufacturers mid Lib eral Arts Building*. If the other buildings on the grounds may be likened to islands then this building mny be said to be the main land. Its dimensions are 1687 b,y 787 feet, covers a ground area of 80& acres, and has 44 acres of floor space. On account of its unequaled sie it is one of the architectural wonders of the world. The building could seat 300,000 people giving each six square feet of space. There has b*en used in the construction of the build ing 17 million feet lurcher, 12million pounds of steel in trusses of central hall, ami .2 million pounds of iron in roof of nave, 11 acres ol skylights and 40 car loads of glass in the roof, nd the total cost has been $1,700,- 000. The bui...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 July 1893

r=SX^* Home and County News Wliifcney loads in low prices. Mrs.. E. Dmly and children re turned home yesterday. C. G. Eriekson, of Middle River, nn old Mnu frieiul, gnve the SHEAF a pleasai.it call yesterday. Charley Burseth is employed in the law and collection office of S. Cooke, and tends to the office durine the hitter's absence. Mayor Hans Christopherson of Stephen passed through Warren Thursday last week, returning from the World's Fair. John Bradley left Tuesday on a trip to Duluth, where he will visit his sister Mrs. Ernie Childs, and to the Columbian Exposition, Chicago. Mrs. Royem returned Saturday morniny Worn Minneapolis where she has made a long visit with her broth er, Row Eistenson, and other friends. A double team belonging to Charley Porter had a lively runaway one day last week on First street. Two of the horses were slightly bruised on (he hind legs. Miss Nettie Solum, for many years a toaeher in the public schools of Alexandria, Minn., has been en gaged to teach ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 July 1893

'KMV1 wnMdM |i tS ?IL N3UUVM JOIIPI, 'KOSUYH *d NHOf THK financial uneasiness has gone north. Icebergs ha ve been making a run on the banks of Newfoundland. A SHOWER of one million toads is re ported from Grand Falls, Me. Those A ankees are always exact, even at the risk of spoiling a good story. BRUSSE LS and Antwerp are both to have international exhibitions in 18P5, and expect to be connected by electric trains running 110 miles an hour. These cities are '25 miles apart. SMOMXOJ- compartmen ts for ladies have been provided on Russian trains, and hereafter men who object to to bacco smoke will be able to travel in comfort through the czar's dominions. IT is said that a Columbian guard un dertook to close up the nurserv in the ChildrenS building at the world's fair on the ground that the people couldn't hear the band playing Vogner's "Der Meisterboilerfactorie W OMPN average no higher than men in a general lound-upof all the virtues, but, as the New York Recorder says* they're so s...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 July 1893

HAVE PERFECT TONE, ACTION. FRAME WORK, A ND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. lMoraettPianoCo.^1' BOSTON CHESTWEICHT FOR YOUR HOME. ttnd Stamp for Illustrated Price Lift. TheSchumacherGymnasiu Co, S? TRADE MARK8, DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etoJ Wor Information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO, 861 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Every patent taken out by us is brought before the public by a notice given free of charge in the Scientific J^nwtaw Largest circulation of any scientific paper In the world. Splendidly illustrated No intelligent, man should be without it. Weekly, $3.00 a JTJBLXSHXBSx ear $1.50 si months. Address MUNN & CO* 361 Broadway, New York City. Mention this paper. CSi arranted for 10 years. LIGHT. QRV:EFUL. STRONG. a TpYe Who Have. Little Faith 1 I WANTE I I LIV E AGENTS! In every town In each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Forks these goods are not ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 July 1893

"H., Warren ShEaf. J.P.MAOTSQN^ Editor an-d Proprietor. Official of Marshall County. tlmtsday, July 27th, 1893. Proceedings of the Board of Equaliza tion of Marshall County, Minnesota. Proceedings of the board of Equal ization of Marshall County. The Board met, pursuant to law nt the office of the County Auditor, in Warren, Marshall Co., Minn., on Monday, July 17, 1893. Meeting called to order by the County Auditor. Members all* pres ent and each took the oath of office. On motion A. L. Nutting was chosen to preside at the meeting. On motion it was resolved that the value of real and personal property lis returned by the assessors be changed as follows and that the re sulting values together with the val ues in the assessors books, which are not changed be adopted as the es tablished value of real and personal property, to be submitted to the Stnte board of equalization, to-wit: (In the following, "r" means raised and "1" lowered). TOWN OF ALMA. Ter cent. Horses 3 years old and over...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 August 1893

I Home and County News Whitney Te'aflsin low prices. Airs. IT. J. Honnewitz and ehil tlreu returned home ^yesterday. Miss Ida Manion elosed her school in the Ahrnhamson district, Yegn, last Friday. A sample of bnrley was left at our office Tuesday ripe enough to be harvested this week. Knute Mylire, one of Marshall county's sturdy pioneer farmers, at tended court this week. Lewis Larson, of the firm of Powell & Larson, left Tuesday on a visit to the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. John Nichols, of MeCrea, rejoice over the birth of a bouncing boy, No. 4, on Sunday morning last. Read the advice of the McCor mick Harvesting Machine Co., to farmers, in the ad of Lindberg & Lundgren in this issue. Andrew Melgaard assistant cashier of the State Bank, left for the Columbian Exposition yester day. Don't get lost on Midway, A. M. The continued warm weather is maturing the grain rapidly and theing cutting of barley will commence next week, and some of the early sown wheat may also be ready...

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