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MEMVBR OF CON9EISS.
TV. $ciftbjirij, Minneapolis
JJitric Judge, O. P. Stearns, Duhith.
Andrew McCrea, Ferham.
ft. G. Corastocjv, Moorhead.
Barnerd SampBon, Crookston.
John W. Slee.
J. B. Titus.
W. T. Lackey,
A, E. Flint.
J, M, Brown.
J, P. Nelson,
Jtogiater of Deeds,
Auditor, Treasurer, Sheriff,
Attorney, School Superintendent,
1st DistrictA. P. Mt-Intyrc, Warren.
Ad DiitrictF. D. Keye, Louisa.
3d DistrictA. Diamond, Stephen,
Religloxts services in the school home every
Sunday at 10.30 a. en.
Temperance Society organisation meet every
Friday evening, at the school house.
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. We!son,
.A. OR^ !K
/tea/ Estate. Pays Taxes.
JOHN W. SLEE,
Abstract and Land Examiner.
Agent For R. K. LASD In POLK, MAR
SHALL. AS I) KlTTSOX COUXTIES.
Special attention to locating Gov
ernment and R. R. Lands.
A. E. Johnson & Co.,
JO. I 9Uf KJ JU W XVj
Counselor and Attorney at Law
^YM. BOX, Proprietor
Headquarters for Marshall County
W. J: Mclntyif.
tfohusott, Allta A'Co M: P. Gilbert A t"d.
Farrn A Daily.'
X: IT": ftosiriiau, Johnson Afleri Co.*
II C. Mentier
WAiOK MAKER AND JOBBER:
R. C: Snyder
Warren House, Mark Stephens, Maiiager.
T: K: Davis:
M. Q: McCan C*. Weber
TIN AND, HARDWARE:
T: i Kv A VertfcMtcttlr:
II-Hi mil it.j'Vf'J.
George W: Holcoihb:
3U8TICI TttE PEACE:
PHYSICIAN AND DR&8S.
Dr. J-. LaFond.
ft. Kivel, 8. Conner.
Wheat 68 cents.
Mentzqr, the farni machinery
man, takes the cake, as a nurse.
A small reduction in the rate of
through freights tools effect on Mon
The pay car passed down on Sun
day, and now the railroad boys
look happy once more.
Lieut. Chubb, of Co. E,, Fort
Pembina, took twenty recruits to
that garrison on Monday.
There will be preaching every
evening this week, except Satur
day, at the school house, by Rev.
A. E. Flint.
To the next ten subscribers, we
will give them a choice chromo.
Come in and subscribe and take
The social take's place at the resi
dence of George H. McCrea's next
Tuesday evening. A good time ia
anticipated by all.
H. Thompson, one of the owners
of the Red Lake Flouring Mills, at
Fisher's Landing, stopped over
from one train to another. They
have the boss flour, just bear it in
Judge Barnes and District At
torney Ball of Fargo, passed through
towii, on Monday, on their way to
Pembina, where a term of the Ter
ritorial district court commenced
Round trip tickets are now sold
between this station and St. Paul
and Minneapolis, at a somewhat
reduced rat? if you wish to go to
either of those points for a little
excursion now is your time.
W. J. Mcjntyre, our meat mar
ket man, is building an ice house
size 14x14, eight feet high, in the
rear of his shop and residence. T.
R. Davis is doing tlie carpenter^
work, and it will be well done.
I). A. Maglone, the Fargo Re
publican man, called on us Mon
davi 11$ Says the Republican will
establish It tlaily in the spring.
The Republican is.one of the best
newspapers ill the Red River Val
Now is your tiine tb get our
reading matteih Take yo^ir home
paper, and you bltghi sko" Mt'e iiii
other, and we wbuld te^Siiihiend'
the Pioneer Press as tne b!hei
VOL. 1, NO. 8. WARREN, MARSHAL COUNTY MINNESOTA, JANUARY I9f 188l
J. C. McCrea returned on Mon
day from his trip to the old home
and St. Paul. J. reports every in..^ldress'
thing as looking lovely.
A full account Of the Standing
committees of the Legislature, and
other interesting matter will be
found in our inside pages of to-days
There will be a musical conven
tion held at Glyndon, on January
25, 26, 27 and 28th. And a num
ber of the music loving people of
the valley, will be in attendance.
is one of the best papers' pum'sheil
west of Chicago. See elsewhere
the .price of the twd.
Ethan Allen Esq., the jolly resi
dent member of the firm of John
son, Alleii & Cb., arrived home on
Monday, trtJm a lr!p of business
and pleasure?j tb his bid stamping
ground, around Eau Clair, Wis.
He says he is glad to get Mck
again, and is just as fat jificl hearty
Us lie ever WUSJ
Business for the past Week has!
been rather dull, but our merchants m of.7.V
are not complaining. Ifhe good
time is coming soon^o keep your'
courage up, spring is nearly here,
with it will come the emigrant,
and business will boom.
John Seheowellor, left for his former home,
"Wabasha^ Minn., for the winter. It rumor
ed that he will not return in the spring single,
but will take a life nartner wh k'-awav.
We have just received some gummed paper
and all those wishing for labels or anything in
that or any line of printing give us a call, we
can do you as good work-'and as cheap as you
can get it done anywhere in this northwest..
gramme,vras a play entitle."Maud's Revenge,
or \ieldmgto Temptation,1'
This week Mr. Mansel came into
the office and showed us the above s&jnj?1**-.prr
clipped from the Leader, dnd siij's
that on that day did not find snow
enough to loose anything, and also
that he has not seen a snow storm
since he came up to this county.
Those living in the southern part
of the State, think when they have
a little Snow there that we, up on
the upper edge, must be completely
buried, which is not the case. Come
up to Marshall Co., if you waut to
escape the blockades and snow
storms and where they raise 40
bushels to the acre.
We have completed arrangement
with the publishers of the MINNE*
SOTA FARMER.Whereby we can fur
nish that paper and the SHEAF at
the extraordinary price of $2.50 per
year.. The Minnesota Farmer is a
large eight-pagS. paper, containing
forty .eight columns, published
monthly, and filled with choice
reading matter, having & Stocky
Agricultural, Dairy* Sheep and
Wool, Poultry and Home depart
ment, with a large amount of mis
cellaneous matter., specially devo
ted to the varied interests of the
new northwest. It is a paper
worthy of the general, Support and
patronage of the peb}le$ this sec
tion. Send iii tbiir names.
^itic i Finilj i't'oot*
U. S. LAND (3FFICE.
Crookston, Minn'., Jilh: 5," 1S81.
Notice is hereby givcri.. that the following
named settler has tilled notice of his intention
to make final proof in stipport b'rilis cUim', and
that/aid proof will be ihade before the .Regis
ter, or.Receiver.at Crookston Minn.', on th,e -llth
day of February 1881 viz: ARCHV BROWN:
D". S: No. 3881, fortheswtf neV an(Jhw.i
e- of sec 24J,p 157, R: 48. He narh* the
following'witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, ahd cultivation of said land, viz:
E Whitney,. & Whitnev. Brown, a&U
John Kivel all of Tamarac P. O. Marshall Co.
7-11 Tnos. C. 8liAPLEiGTi, Register.
"F AN1 OPl'lb^,
Crook8tijh, Minn., ifah.' 17,1881
Notice i hereby given that followiiig'hamed
settler has filed notice of his intention tpmakc
final proof in support of his claim, and tthjt aaid
proof will be made before tha RegMer and Re
ceiver U. S: Land Office at Crookston Minn
on the 2 ^d day of Februarv 1881 viz: BA-
ZELLE (iEKVAJS, Pre. S. No 3rdf,9 tin-1
*e of fc 0, 156, 48 He names the. fol
lowing wi^sse^.to prove his 'continuous reai
dence up(5tl sthd cultivation of said land v!/.:
Elyrar Sevegarv, Edniond Forget, X. Legauji, i
Louis Sarden, all of Middle River, P. O.1
shall Co. Minn.
^-1 -1 Me L" Tnos. CI SHAi'iicidii. Register
IJBIIIUJWMUIIMIIIII WIMII. IJB_.
A temperance meeting was held .at the''^.
school house, on Friday evening last, it being TJ. S LAND OFFICE,
open lodge, a large number attended, we arriv- "fit Crookstoni,r Minn. Jam 8,1881.]
ed rather late, and only had the pleasure of "Complaint having been entered at' this office
hearing the last half of the entertainment, I
an essay was read by Mr. George McCrea, he N
and the Pioneer Press for the
JVo!ice to Taxpayers.
Notice is hereby given that my*-
stflf or deputy will be at the store
of F." T). Keye,. Middle River, on
Jjiuuary 26, 1881,. and "at section
house, Tamafac on January 27,
1881, with Tax Lists. .Those wish
ing to settle their taxes can do so
at the time and places''herein speci
I- Go. Treasurer.
did great credit to his subject, as he does every 18,*Tv 157, 47, in Marshall county Minn
thing he undertakes. The next on the .pro- i
gius Car Emi Hermann
*bandoiujig his timber culture entry
i.,i the .said parties are herehv' summoned to aD-
Th wil be
Mr. James Stewart,
Essay Dialogue, Mr
In the hist piece thfc parties named are the t*.vo
Charley Mansel removed from
Goodhue county, to Crookston, last spring.
On the morning of December 28th, luJ went
out-hunting, expecting to return the. same
evening. His brother at Frontenac has been
informed that Charley has been missing ever
since, ami is supposed to have perished in the
storm which oecilrTed on that dayt[Lake City
Which was very 1881aattt 1 o'clock a. in., to respond and fur-
By the Society.
of said eutry
o80 dated March l.VlRMnipoti
able rendered, in the whole, but it was thought Wish testimony concerning said alleged aban
by many to have been ratlier abrup.ly ende.l.
If there had been another act, showing the
contrast- between tlie two homes, it would have
been very appropriate. After the pl.iy there
was a letter read which was not upon thc even
ings programme, nor was it understood by a
large number of those present, we thought it
rather out of order* Theefollowing next meetingl will
be held in two -week*
*r T- ^i- i Bhtter ,25 to S5
Mr. E. W Rossman, E j
(ko. McCrea and Miss I^ard..... 12i
Beans....,:,..:,. 2 50to2 75
Potatoes Corn'per bu.
llordnoe, i \x2X WheiiVA No.
JEgg.'Cosl.... Common per .21 00
Sheathingper M. .18 GQ*
Stock boards-per .45 00'
Dimension per 20 00
Sqiiare Timber per -23 00
Flooring per M.:- .37 00 to 37 00
....25 00 to 50 00
(joniiient. if-Jlpd TIIOS C. Sn.\iM.ion, Register.
Cromb & McGrew, Attorneys for Covtestant.
Warren, Jan. 10,1851,
Flonr=-NrW process flour $4 00
Standard tlotir .'8 50
SMC 4 ..,.3 26
Ojrtnieal* eta.- per lb.- cornmeal 2jcts: per lb.
Feed 1 40 to 1 50
Mea.tSalt Pork 11
.........:...:....=50 to 75
.3 OOtoS 00
Boots and Shoes,
00 to 4 00
uLhper M. 4 00
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Warren, Mafshall Co., Minn.
NOTARY PUBLIC, COUKTT SURVETOF.
insurance and Ileal Ewtatte.
DEE0EP LAMPS FOR SALE.
PRAIitli: AND Wdt)D LANDS.
Choice Lands Selected ithd
Henry J, Benftewitfi Prop
Don't forget Hie Place:
On the East side of Kailfoad Track, you will alw^ya
find us ready to show you Goods, give
you prices, and to sell you any
thing you want in
St, Paul, Minneapolis & Mani-
i J. B. TituH) 6'Ution Agent.
Leave 8outh.. I^ave North.
Taistiiiger, 3.30 p. m. Passenger, 1.25 p. va.
Freight, 13.45 p. m. 1 rei^ht, 11.00 a.
SASH, DOOfiS AHD BUILDING PAPER.
Ready Mixed Paint.
Hats and Cap's,
Dry .Goods and Notions,
WE HAVE THE GENUINE SCREW BOOTS AND SHOES.
CALL AMD EXAMfNE THEM.
We have a. Thi Shop in connoction with our Store. Anything hi
the Tinware line made and repairing done neatly and Warrantedi
Corner 1st and Johnson Avenue, Vitftm, Minn,
Leave Idifthi Leave NortV*
Fasltnger, 2.57 p. m. Passenger, 2.00 p. m
Freight, 12.00 m. Freight, 12.00 ra.
Henry Lane,-Stat ion Agent.
Leave South. Leave North.
P-aisenger, 2.-80 p. m. Paxsenger, 3.30 p. m.
Freight, 11.20 a. m. Freight, 1.00 p. m.
Stoves, Bar Iron*
Stiel and Builders' Material.
Agent for ths
CELEBHATID Mojitos PLOWS
Everything in Tin, Iron or Brass,
dr'hilihental or Pif^ttical, usu
ally kept hy the Trade.
Gloves and Mittens},
Buffalo Coatg, fec. &a
CeJebraiotJ Beloii Mitis Papers,
Wood EaVd Trough,
Yard nbar Railroad,