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WFMttFn OK COXORISt.
lHSr^ICT coi JIT.
Diitrlct JudRe, O. I\ Stearns, Dulutb.
STATE SEN ATOK.
Andrew McCrex, Perlnm,
G. Comstook, Moorhead.
JJameid Sampson, Ciookston.
COt NTT Ofl'ICEKS.
Probate Judge, John W. Sice.
UcjjiMer of Deed*, Tho*. Crrgj*
Auditor, O. T.nlor.
Treasurer, J, C. MiCrcn.
Sheriff, NV.T. Lackey.
Attornrv, i A. E. Flint.
^rhooJ Superintende' t, J. M. Brown.
oioner Wm. Cai rest.
Mim\or, J. V. Nilisou.
COI MTT OOMV1A3IOJIBRS.
UtDmtrSVtA. P. Molntjir, Warren.
rilDifitrutF. D. K(j, Louisa.
5i DistrictA. Ditinond, Stephen.
Religion* amice* in the sellout honac every
Sunday at 10.dU a. m.
Temperancf Sonet} organization meet every
FnJay cTenmij .it the school house.
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. Nelson,
JL. "V O 1 1 3 'V
/tea/ Estate. Pays Taxes.
JOHN W. SLEE,
Abstract and Land Examiner.
Agent For LAVi In Poi K, MAH-
iHVLl. AM) KttTWS Col KTIK.
Special attention to locating Gov
ernment and R. It. Lands.
A. E. Jo!mson!$ Co.r
P. A. DUFOUB.
Headquarters far Marshall
WM. BOX, Proprietor,' packed away for summer, and we
WA1* I IO'
L. J, Mclntyrt.
Joiniaou, Allen Afo, M. P. CiUbtrtj & Co
Fainn A Dad\.
E. W. Kossman, Johnou, Alb ife Co.
AGRK ULTU1UL TOOLS.
WAGON MAKKR \N1 JOBBLR.
R. C. Snjdtr.
Wan en House, Maik bttphens, Manager.
T. R. VAU.
M. G. Mi Cm, C. L. Weber.
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T. D. KMO, A. 1). erbontotm
II VRDW \m\
Hoho'no iV Ke\ J.
titoigc W. HoUomb.
AGRIl I LTl VC H.NERV.
i 1). Kiji.
JCsIICE OF THE 1I.ACF.
O. Barkc r.
PHYSK N AND DRl GS.
Dr. J. LaFoiKl.
Kivl s. Ctinmr.
W. H. Gilbert and family, re
turned on today's train.
The \y_arfeii Jlouse received two
ear loads of dry wood, from up the
The Commission Ox proepcuings
will be found publisned in an other
H. J. Bennewitz, and several
others are now in Cropjcgton, land
Ethan Allen Esq., of the firm of
Johnson, Allen Co., is expected
The Treasurer of this county has
paid into the State Treasury, f4,-
022.22 during the past year.
H. C. Menlzer and 0. Taj lor,
were down the lino, to Middle Ri
ver. Mr. M. on machinery busi
Read what the County Treasurer
in to-days paper, about when he
will visit some of the districts north
of here to collect taxes.
Mr. Ferrcn, of the firm, of Fer
ren & Dady, was on a short busi
ness trip Crookston. lie says
thingn look rather dead down that
Sellagini, the man who drives
the long wared horses, is doing a
fine business in tho wood line, and
if you want acme good oak wood
he can supply it.
A social hop took place at the
Our landlord has had his supply
understand others are going to do
IIOW likewise. A ou will want it next amount foirt TexState
July and August, so lay in a supply
while it is plenty, and when
you are about it, remember the
printer and pack a cake for him.
R. j. v^ncisciier, cx,,^aget|
i The weather being fine no incon- i
vcmence was .clt going and return-
mullet-head soi'ved up in a pan and!
gets a divorce as the consequence,
A\\ had a good time,
New \ork, at Winnipeg, goes to
where he ha just inherited a for
tune of about 60,000. Mr. C. L.
Smith, one of the messengers on
this route, will occupy the Winni
peg office during Mr. Vanltensellers
absence. Mr. Smith is an old ex
perienced express agent of Indian
apolis Ind. Mr. Louis Andersen,
the mes&cnger between Crookston
and Grand Forks will have Mr.
J. C. McCrea, and his brother H. $. Cooke county printingna
Donald left last Saturday, for the' John Hughes assessing*k0b
south. J. C., goes to at. Paul for' ^^'jJ^J*
a few dujhon business, Donald to
aid and hope for an early return.
We noticed the shenft of Ivittson
passing through on las Mondayy
with a prisoner by the name of
Dram the Pioneer
Sherifl J. A. antrum of i incnit a^s
that the nun l)r i-n, imikd hy him, is su-,
northern Mihncnota He etol aioupleofcat
tic and traded them ol' to ?omc Mmnonito
across shi line for a joke of *Utr The &U< rs
were *eued i tho colleitor of (i^toiun for un
pud duties, and h*nce the di8(o^e^^ of Drain'*
t!ue\er^. lit is alo tuiapcitod of \irious
otlur theftn, anl se\ei. 1 hundred pounds of
me it oic louud on hi3 pn mi^ts after h- hid
dipaittd. Count] Coimnfeiionurs Procowling
Ctl^ sa roiu
Treasurer full books.
Auditor is authoriz-'
Band of J. P. Nelson, Count}
A list of juror's?
i. A. Stllagim ten cords wood
nig. lhe house was large giving) countljb line bridgee
plenty of room for the rompings oi! C. H. Wcoley filling end of
the children. In fact both old and
young joined in the old and invig
orating sport of blind-msn's buff,
and other sports. There was also
music and singing interspered with
the other amusements. While in
the laughable gAiuc of consequences i
J. S., goes out sleigh riding with a^W^ne jud f eK-
broom and gets married: Ed. takes' tion and carrying returns
a goose out for a buggy ride and' to county seat
looses a horse, and George has a I
his home ai Perham, he will return fee**
in the spring, and come we presume FrankM. Smith moving safe
to stay. Sorry to loose ou, 1 on-
Subscx^lie for the SHKAF.
WAKREN, Jan. 4, '81.
Full board present.
Resolved, THat A. P. Mctntyre,
serve as Chairman of the Board of
of Commissioners for the ensuing
-W'.-The following- petitions were
Mentze n W Carlton be ap
residence of Mr. Tripp, on Monday pointejdt to view and locate said road, i Appksperbbi.
evening, only a few were out, to
Counselor and Attorney at LOW hovt a notice, but those that wore Township of Big Woods, to the fit*
there had a good time. i rail road, near the village of Argyle Wheat A No. l.
I F. D. Keye, Peter .laitis and John womi dnM
The ice harvest has commenced
from per bu.
appointed to view and lo- i"u Ok.**
The County Treasurer is author-
selected to serve
as grand and petit juror?*.
The County Treasurer is instruc
ted to post notice, and visit dis
tricts to collect taxe*.
Bond of J. B. Titus County
Statement of Register of Deeds
of amount of fees recei\ ed for the
year 1880, $33.45.
The sociable held at the residence Thi following bills* were allowed:
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wood, last I Mo-hler & Bahman safe $180 00 i
evening -was quite largely attended.' M- Bauchmnn work on Co.
Treasurer"of Polk Lath pa
^tf fota fining Cnd
county line bridge, and 12.50 80ut
county line bridge
E. W. Rossman lumber and
McCrea Bros, stove drum
and materials for county,
R. C. Snj'der door fra&eand
fixtures and papering Co.
Ne 1^ 36
?nway banking Co.
i i- i
ir.J. Inpp clerk of election
till about midnight, "whe bade E- R.Ros canvassing votes 2 70
their kind host ahd hostess good Frank Lull clrk of oreejion 2
i weeks from last night, rfi tlw fcsi
deuce of Jeo# Mc Ve* 0. Barker cam Rising ot^s 4
&v^-& ^f S&UUi.
WARREN, MABSHALI^ ggOTTY, MINNESOTA, JANtfAllY 12, 138$. $2.00 rER YEAR.
A. Diamond carrying elec
tion returns and two d.n\
as Co. commissioner
D. Ive\e. two days as
The Hutchinson Family were
here as advertised, and gave one of
their first class entertainments.
The people turned out and gave
them a very good house. The fam
ily are scattered but there are still I Meeting adjourned to Fe\ 8,1881
enough together to give an enter- A. P. MCINTYRL,
tainment far above the average of Chairman Co. Commissioners
traveling troupes. Come again 0. TA^LOK, Clerk.
'Tribe of Asa."'
A. P. Mclnfyre two days as
J. w. Slee express
Notice to Taxpd}rs.
bft ftt iho
1881, and at section
Tamarac, on January 27
pectcd of -various roguirich in Manitoba and LQgfJbo settle their taxes can Ao
^To all horn it maj concern. Ilcrt.i*"!
ne will sell for as only. All paities indebt
ed to us Kill please call and pty np
granted: To locate a County road Mct-sn Pork
through Township 155, Range 19 Shoulder*
|and 50, A. P. Mctntyre, II. C.,
Stock, boards per
Stjua Timber per
1 VI. WiT*n, in
Flour-^-Nor proi-rs* Hour
XHX O^iucal4 tt p?r lb lornincal 2ict(. .r lb
27 00 to :!7 00
.25 00 to 80 00
Minneapolis & ManiW-Sot25
Railroad Time Table.
J. B. Titus, M.ttiou Agent.
leave South* Lcuc Startk
I'awnpei, 3 30 m* Paenper 1.85 ni.
.'reight, 13.45 p. in. Freigftt, 11 00 ii. m.
Le i\e South. Lea\? Noith
Pastnpr 8.57 p. Pvsaonptr, 8*00 p. in
Freight, 18.00 m, Frughtr 18 00 in.
Henrj Lme, Station Agent.
Lenc South. Lea\c North
Pas*engei, 8 30 p.m Pis*rnger 2.30 p.m
Freight, 11.20 a. ra. Freight, 1.00 p, m.
A. AV A. I Jti
HenJryJ. Bennewitzf Prop
|ie time and places herein apeci-
J. B. Trrrs,
Boots and Shoes,
1 40 to THJ
25 to sr, 2o
2 50 to 2 76
S00 to 4 00
50 to 75 Pb
AT to 50
3 l)u to 5 0(i bS
....3 50 to 4 50
The Oldest Inhabitant that Works
oil Iron in Marshall County.
WILL MAKE on REPAIR
Hofs Shoeing a Specialty,
E. M. WaSsh
Stoves, Bar iron,
On the East sido of Railroad Track, yon \yill arm ya
find us ready to show you Goads,
yon prices, and to sell yon any*
thing yon want*in
SASH, DOORS AND BUILDING PAPER.
Steel and Builders' Material,
Agent for the
CEI/BRA*EDI MONITOE PLOW*.*
Everything in Tin, Iron or Brun
Crorkcrr, Glassware and I/iaips, Paints, Cils, &..
Ecadj Mixed Paint.
Iliys and Caps,
Dry Goods and Notions,
Gloves and Mittons,
Biiffjlo Coats, &c-, &d.
WE HAVE THE GENUINE SCREW BOOTS AND SHOES.
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
We have a Tin Shop in connection with our Store. Anj thing in
the Tinware line made and repairing done neatly and warranted.
Don't forget the Place:
Corner 1st and Johnson Avonua, Warren, Minn.
Glitters and Sleighs.
Repairs Agricultural Implements
Cfelebrated Deloit Mil's Papers,
Wood Eav Trough,
Half Bound, '"V" Shaped, with
Tar 4 near Railroad,
Or'n^mental or Practical, u$f- I
ally kept by the Tradei i Warren, Minnesota*
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