Newspaper Page Text
VOL, 1. NO. 10,
VEUBKK Of COXQXXS8,,
W, B. Waehburn, Minneapolis
piatrict Judge, O P. 8tcarna, Duluth.
Andrew MeCrea, rerliam.
S. O Comatock, Moorhead.
Paraer*" Sampaon, Crookaton.
JUgieter of Deed*,
Attorney, J&c&ool 8npertntender.t,
Pays Taxes for Non-residents,
J. P. Nelson,
O I i JZ Y.
fleal Estate. Pays Taxes^
JOHN W. SLEE,
Abstract and Land Examiner.
AgamtTorR Lnn li) Pot*, MAR
BIUW, kXD KlTTaQX CqpsTiM.
Ppeeial attention t locating Gov
ernment and B. R. liands.
A. E. Johnson & Oo.,
P. A. DUFQUR,
Counselor and Attorney at Law
WM. BOX, Proprietar.
Jfmdquarht's for Marshall County
W J. Mclntyre.
*hnia. Allen A Co, Gilbert, Co,
Tarrtn A Dady
W Keitmaa, Johnaon, Allen & Co.
WAOON MAKER AMD JOBBER.
R. C. Snyder.
TTarren Honae, Mark Stephens, Manager.
O. McCan, Weher.
TIK AST) nARDWARE.
7 T). Kpre, A Verboneour.
Holeomo & Kcrei
Oyorge W Uolcomh
F. I). Keye.
JI STICK OF THE PEACE.
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGS.
Dr J. LsTond
John W. Slee.
J. B. Titus.
A E. Flint.
J. M. Brown,
J, P. Nalaon.
let DiatrlctA P, Mclntvra. Warren.
JM DiatrlctF D. Kje, Loulaa.
%i DlatrletA Diamond, Stephen.
lUUglone aarTicta the achool honae #Trj
fbaidar *t 10 30 a.
Temperanee Society organuation meetiTerj
JTUXJ eTenlng at the achool houqe,
Wheat 68 cents.
i&fr. Herbert Clark of Owatonna,
Mrrrn., ia in town "visiting friends:
Mrs. T. 11. Davis has been quite
ill and friends were much alarmed
atone time, she is much better now.
For to th lack of space, some
very interesting m*ttjr'was crowd
ed out but it will appear next week,
The next churcfy sociable will be
held at the Warnm House. Take
note, plenty of room for lota of fun.
Presiding J. B. Starkey,
The boys had a little game of
check(ers), George got, beat,- by a
twenty years. Next.
The train was 4ix
evening. The train men report no
snow on the track to-day, although
it is drifting considerably.
The 0. society will give notice
of there next meeting and will ex
tend a cordial invitation to all visit
ing brethern to join them.
Mr Ed. F. Whitnev, of Tama-
Mark Stephens, the genial mana
ger of the Warren House, has had
the well connected with the house,
dug about three feet deeper, and
now thpy have plenty of water.
,elder iii "oss
large congregation, on Friday even
preached the school house to a Ah'ioffl
understand h is getting along as
H. C. Mentzer was up the roadj
last week loqkmg after business
He says that Halloek is a flourish- were elected as follows:
ing town, with a big hotel, rather .1 M_ Brown, Supeiintendent
toney, No more cigars in his.
Vice-President Angus of the St.
P., M. & M. railroad passed through
here enroute for Winnipeg to con
gratulate his friends on the passage
of his great Canada Pacific Syndi
Just notice what Tom Morris,
THE Crookston jeweler has to say
in to-days S'IFKK. Tom under
stands his business, and anything
he does you maj depend on it leing
Mr. C. Ment/.er has something
to say to-day in an other column of
the SHK \r. He represents a fine
line of goods In next week's paper
he will come out a little more
Thoso wishing to sow flax seed
i the coming season, will lea\ their
order** with Johnson, Allen & Co
I as the orders must go out before
March 1st, to enable them to get
scad here in time for sowinjr.
The following telegram has just
1 been received.
I ST. PVLL, Feb. 2,18SI.
'J B. TITI^.
Di\ ision bill lias passed tl
House and gone to the Senate.
I J. P. NUISLX.
Rev. A. E. Flint has been for
the past week very sick, caused by
a bad cold settling upon his
lungs, he has been unable to loave
his bed, but we are glad to note
that he it now steadily impro'. mg.
Kirel, S Cnnnsr.
'WARREN, MARSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA FEBRUARYS, 1881.
that we will have A No.l cropR of
wheat next season.* That is the
Save ico for summ^i use. AH
that is necessary 11 to afford it
The ground in this vicinity i We hare'completed arrangement
frozen to the depth of about si* with the publishers of the MureK-
fcefc, which is a good indication SOTAcight-pag6
fllAr" wlin linrln'f i.lnvorl good facilities for drainage, proteC- Poiktt IKMIK eoiitaHWijr Mm moiie* Tlif
Idler WHO naan piajett TorI I owner .*n lu%ettu uuebviKllina:ttho farm
tion against rrans and sunshine,
and exclusion from the air as can
hour* late last, be aftected by em eloping the sides
and succeeded in going up by cling- i
The Sunday schtgl ifvas "wall at*
tended last Sunday. New officers
Prof. Brown has been for several
weeks past, training die pupils
under his charge in singing etc.,
and on Friday evening next, will
give a school exhibition, they will
If ins on
When yo-u visit Grand Forks,(j
put up at the Mansard House, (k
The performance will be inter
sperced with selections from various
authors, singing and instumental
music. Everybody turn out and
fill the school house full, a large
audience always encourages those
taking part as performers to do
HE SHPtr and the Pionc-r Prea for the
small aura of $2 7*.
capt. H. E. Moloney win ^Henrtj J. Bmwwitz, Prop
ou the best front room and sot'
you down to one of the square^t'
i meals, ou can get in this nort,h-'
top of the ice heap with'a cov-! U. S.
five feet or more thick of chaff
and fine straw. Perfect drainage is
however, necessary. [Fisher's Land
Mr. S. Jcrrett's house took fire,
from the pipe where it passes
through the roof, but for the
prompt action of
rac notoriety, is loafing around
town enjoying hinnelf. Kd. is a ^ho was there alone, it would ha
good bov and full of fun and music.
i i i i Com 1 tint hivinch'en
have a ladder wneroby to gam ac-
of the cornice *ith his
W. H. Gilbert, \sst. Supt.
.1. S. Bnggs, Secretary.
Geo. H. McCrea, Treasurer.
The time was changed to 12
o'clock, or immediately after morn- j^g
ing services. AH .ire in-ited to AppUaperbbi
come and help instruct the young
to walk in the paths of rectitude.
produce the following pieces- Siding
'x 'in in i Rail onl Kitio.,
Ha( 1 iinil}
ln Pintil onI lglit
To conclude" with the comical
whereb, we W paper
%i T ment, with a large amount of mis*
Monday evening. Business eon-
corning the county at large and ted to the varfod intt-icsts of the,
also at home were talk over. new northwest. It is a paper
worthy of the genera} support Mid
A former settler of this place by patronage of the people of tin* sec.
the name of tteo. L. Holly had the Hon. Send in names,
the login camp John
wolljw possible now.
& ^o. on the inst yV
containing-fur0ta?ncaSHEA th*|f paper and the
P of $2.5 per
year. I lie Minnesota Farmer is a
River A alley. forty-eigfct columns, published
tmonthly, and filled with choice
There was a very pleasant and reading matter, hain a Stock,
profitable mooting at the depot, of Agricultural, Dairy, Sheep and
a large number of our citirans on
ftm*^ Home depart-
cellaneous matter, specially devo.
Virra for ^Jc, !il i ^lm-t ditinee fic^n
own I or fi.rih*i pinm lira (all or writMo
F.rmerc desiring a iriinnpii Seder for IhM,
II in 1) i\e th ame of II, (iliwrt xt Warrer,
On th' road lcidmg south from Wantn, a
Q(M n. Frmkim, and dt\.ihin?proixrt\.
Crookaton, Minr Jan P, 1,1
Complaint hiring been entered at thia ofSce
SmcUir against Carl Em 1 Herman
abandoning hia timber culture entry
No 2W% dated March 1* lfcTS upon the e qr
eec lb, 17, 47, in xrshall county Mini
with a ie to the cancellation of said entry
the, aaid partlca are hereby summoned to ap
paar at thia office on the 11th day of Februarr
186t at 10 o'clock IT to respopd aud fur
niah teatimony concerning said all'gel aban
0 1 i 7Upd TIIO* Sncvi ni( Regiater
L. Sticking, Cfomb Mcttrew, Attoiaeyafor CovtexUltt
wo*ton Mini. lit. %,1-si
nave a laaaewneroo 10 gam ac i i,v \\^iiinm Ut\m\ Huesl gamt Petn (1t
cess to the ridge, but took a bucket *b*"onij?,5
May 21, l4-?'
of water by the handle in his mouth i."e, 4 Varh..nount% Minn, *iti a
i i i Me to the earn cll-tioii of mid entrt th aai
upon iUt aw d,wi 24,
inmonrd to pj eii at tin*
olln the 1 of ^"ebrwaj lNM it 10
o'clock a. in to respond and furnioh tenti
mon\ (.oncerning aid .tlWi^etl Abandonment
10-15 pd 'lno C. S UM i vton, Re^iste-
FIouiNtif proee*s flour $4 00
I Stan lard Oour S SO
XXXX 3 35
Oatmeal1 tt, per lb cornmeal Sicta per lb,
Feed MeatSalt Pork
Buttr Aggs Potatoea Corn per bu
Oata lUy Wheat 4. No 1
Stock boards per
TimberM per ur
ShinglepepeM Lulh per
This space will be
e. r. it s, I I.
Advertisement next week.
W. J. MclNTYRE.
IN THEIR SEASON.
T)*.., yr |"^vc-r OT,""^'iT 7r
Boots and Sh.033,
Kats and Caps,
1 40 to I
S5 to S-i 1
3 50 to 3 75
50 to 7fi
4S to 50
3 00 to 00
3 50 to 4 50
57 00 to 37 00
25 00 to 30 00
Railroad Tims Table.
S 25 to 8 WjFMaenger, 3 SO
i Fieight, 13 p.
On thQ East side of Ilailroad Trade, you will ahr^ja
find ns roady tq how you Q-oods, giya
you prices, aQd to sell you any
faing JQU want in
SASH, DOORS AND BUILDING PAPSR,
Croekcrj9 Glassware and Lamps, Paints, (His, &c.,
HAVE THE GENUINE SCREW B30T3 ANP SIICj:).
CALL AND EXAMINE TEEM.
Wt kara a Tin Shop in connection with our Store. Anything
the Tmww hue made and repairing done neatly and warj4iite4F
Don forgot the PI ice*
Corner 1st and Johnson Avsnue, Warren, Winn,
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani-'E.W. RoSSlIiail,
toba Railway, I
J. B. Titut, Station Agent,
Leare South Leare North
Paaaengei, 1 'V
FreSgrt, 11.00 a.
I^are Sonth. Iear Noitb
Faaeenger, 3 in. Paaaenger, S 00
Freight, 18 00 Freight, 12 00 m.
Henry Lane, Ktalion Agent
Leave South Leaye North
Pa^eeuger, 30 p* Pnasenger, 2 30
ireight, 1120 a Freight, 100 p. IH,
General Dcalei in
Stoves, Bar Iron,
Steel and Builders' Material.
Agent for the
CJ:L3BRATSD MONITOR PLOWS.
Everything in Tin. Iron or Brass,
Ornamental or Practical, usu
ally kept by the Trade.
$2.00 rEB YEAH,
Pry Goods and Notions,
Gloves and Mittons,
Buffalo Coats, &o., &o,
Celebrated Belolt its Papers,
Wood Eave Trough,
Half Kound, "V" Shaped, with
Yard uaar Railroad,