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VOL. 1. NO. U.
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PUBLIC OFFICIALS,
HEM BBS OP COX6KSM.
W. Waakburn, Minneapolis
DUTRICT COCHT
pktriet J*djr?, 0. F. Staarni, Dulitth.
STATE SIXATOX.
^mdrew McCrta, Ferham.
JUPBMKXTATIYK3,
&. Q. Comatock, Maorhead.
Barnard 8npon, Crookiton.
COCJJTT orricxxs.
Probata Judra, John W. Sleo.
JUjiatar f Detdi, Thoi. Crrgg.
Auditor, 0 TtTlor.
TrMrr, J. B. Titua.
H&ariff, W. T. Lackey.
AttriT, A. E. Flint,
gekoei Sprfntiidcrt, J, M. BIOWD.
Crnr, Wm. Cairese,
fhmrejor, J, P. ihon
oouwrr ooMuisnoxfexi.
1ft DistrictA. F, Mclntyre, Warrh.
DiitrietT. D, ktyt, Louisa.
DialrietA. Diamond, Stephen.
Religions XQU.
Religious aenrites in the school bouse *Try
tasdar at 10. SO a.
Tenaperaaoe Society olgarilzatlon naeeteyery
Jfri^j tTtmog at the school houae,
BUSINESS CARDS.
^VA.ItItli3^.
O. TAYLOR.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. Nelson,
ITTORNEi't
Real fataie* Pays Taxes.
JOHN W. SLEE,
Abstract and Land Examiner.
Agent Tor R. LAXD IA FotK, MAR-
SHALL AXD KITTSON COVXTIE*
Bpecial attention to locating Gov
ernment and It. K. Lands.
A. E. Johnson & Co.J
Agents for
RAILROAD LAND.
P. A. DlfFOUR,
Counselor and Attorney at Law
CR00KST0N, MINN.
Crookstorl House,
\TM. BOX, Proprietor.
Crookaton, Minrib^ota.
Headquarters for Marshall County
People.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY*.
WAItRJEN.
VKAT MARKE T.
Mclntyrt
J4JERNJHA2I
"ofciisoc, Alltn &Co, F. Cilbtrt, A X?ol
Mftrea S10I.
?ALOON.
Tanta & Daly
LUM BRF
E W Kmreuu Joanaoa, Alleu & Co
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS.
IT C. Mentzer
WAOOH MAKIR AND JOBBER.
R. Snjdtr.
HOTELS.
S'arien Houst, Mu SUphcni, Maing*r.
CARrEKTER.
1 DuTU
SLACKSMITHS
M. McCan, C. L. Webaf.
TIX AND HARDWARE.
MCr* Bioa.
MIRCHANTH
&y, A Vcibaaadur. T.J.
HARDWARE.
John Augmtintt
LAND AOIXTi.
Kcltmo A KTt'i.
ATTORNEY
yj^orgt W Holcouik
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERT'.
T. K#ye.
HOTEL
Carl Mntttl.
JUSTICE OF THE TXACR
O. Barker.
PHYSICIAN A^D DRUQS.
Dr. J- L*y0u-i.
SALOONS
Kivel, S Cnnnr.
STEPHEN.
MERCHANT.
John Hauna.
HOTBL
Local Brevities.
Wheat 68 cents.
The County Commissioners held
a session yesterday.
#Judge
Mr. A. Diamond, the county com
missioner from the 3d District, was
in town Tuesday, attending the
commissioners meeting.
Next Monday is St Valentine's
daj". Boys have you got your girl
a love-missivel
is it with you
Af i
has delayed our mails, wc have only,
past week. 1 he blockade this year
ha. all happened the neighoor-
they were a number of teams? in
town yesterday, and most of the
roads are now broken out.
settlers 111 the Red River Valley
Mack settled on the Turtle b'lver,
mg wit,h hi.m he moved1 t,o1his pres
out claim, which is about a mile
east cf Tamarac P. 0 this county.
NOIA is the iimc to gi\ contract (f,
who cKo dce graining and
carpenter shop Give him a call
I 1 1
_^__: hi
I The sociable at the Warren House' (,,an
was an elegant affair, having plen-
cnt had a good time. The first
1
&
1 1 mi
ffi
Young ladies how
The school exhibibition was pos
poned last Faiday evening, on the
account of the storm, but the it
will take place to-night.
_ raise a suoscriptio towanisti
A-.
The dance and oyster supper ai' 1 __^
Frank Searls was not very largely
Rev. Mr. Jrving Presbyterian i erecting one immediately. It one i I
i ii 4. iu i A- I A/I ii A
a
two mails from the south tor the i pa-in-jj
n
HOwing. Bllt to be Sure you do not when the giand TrtUtr (rohM)pron*i!HOdtii
get left out in regard to seed, you
had order
the time
here for seed.
TaVjartc Mack, one of the oldest
iken ind M' 1 trn 11-
an
i si
IO^OIU'"^'i ai^X)
for painting, it vou intend to have i^n*^dih to.^t .tn.
any done this season, ^nd as we
ha\e a good 5iouse and sign painter seotohp-.nu iu 1 Um o'sili
tei, Mi.Dacb i' -po kd paper.
hanging. Mr. L. Fur-., is th gen
tleman We liave reierem too, and i tthetil,!e Ch.. Mr. Smithe.iimdetr,but',*-.m^ then ik-cp^t
he can b* iound at P. C. Snyder's
WABEEN, MAKSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA, FEBRUARY 1-881.
J. W Slee, took a short! over the hill, th ba k-'ed Stswaraddress, being introiuocd, deliver-
journey to Crockston on Monday. I
The temperance society have pos-. accident had it not been for a large since its organization, with bat two
poned their meeting, to a week from I il
0
Friday, or Feb, lhth. track, which prevented it from1
Missionary, Jield services at the uemominution does not feel able to YV-I m
T,, i ,i,i Wmtnev oi lamarac, wasa bcauti-
school house on Monday evening, erect a church, join with the otiicjr i
a large number attended, notwith- and build a union church. By all
standing the bad going. means let us have a church before
another year goes
by.-
ftl
attended, owing to the stormy Warren is to have a first-cla^ organist Miss S. has but fewe,}us.!s.
weather, quite a number intended ^ile-stable. Mr. F. Murry, of Owa-, Next came the
going, but these who did go enjoy- tonna Minn., was here for a few ITI4.
ed themselves. days last week, and made arrange- entitled, 'The Drunkard's Home/
'ments to have a stable built and Scene 1-i Drunkard home, mother.
The storm for the past few days
for otcupanc
A. P. Mclntyre E.sqf, was dt^n'President J. B. Titus, Vice-Presi-
t the county seat of Polk Co., last dent. J. S. Briggs, Secretary Mrs.
week. He said the freight train W. H. Gilheit, Treasurer: James
on which ho came home on, a Stewart, Janitor. The officers eltct-
backing through the yard, at t'rpok- ed, being installed, then came the
.ton, to enable them to get a start' exercises of ijic evening. Mr.
switch,eicaboosegwas
Mai cl
el'tt^.l
tll
near the oM cressing, about twelve' tmd to thh -paeiom hail to cnio\ t
years ago, but the water not agree-, i
,r "P
w,,l
th ^z^
ii
tableausk arrangeditfodeservte tha special ty heldToaicwMice at the School Hous Satur-
ued to enjoy fchemsehes till after minutes and reports of last meeting
midnight, ihe-ra were some seven-J
havin been left tin- beginning by show
open. It might have been a serious in the progress of the society
timber on the hide of the members, while now somefif-
10t]
iQ vAn
fir
mi i i ti- wiin acar-ioua or soon or txir iuq
farm i
Ti.r_a ri
loo in
purch
hood of JergusJIaU.. at fair figure.. W welcome Mr.
an I t'
uliwiPiien on ^wih occiK-Jiora
rau,,r
(rd(kl a ii.ll Helpe,no0m. O and tooV Tis ^ent,
boinjj di^posu' of, tin pfcrtj ri
lit
bos
()thn bum
3 mopeil, 1 1
tuix him a^ ipnue of ih bin m^t, 1^
T.,n atu iu 1 h\ tin comp.itis 1 I the wim
wt pati u*\ nt t'
i!"lliiicLet.un lMitni'i- intj.n Hrct
WJ* I'IC noid 1 tiu
1 Vi\ I Pinn rtjiued with a MOIIJJS i wrl
(iendei
M,
1
O
o,.B1HUI.l
a
nrrnccicimmx) (of
itP
1
i
wi*h itoi t,m Uijectidn
I' froin 11 pi /u 1, Mike .,lo ir, .i pun
ironi of llolcr Lmmii, th host
iMld"11,nd-v
-^-uoredu-,uenthi.1n.}7(1lf8ecmalto iy
rowd
the
t,unk
the--
ty member carolled,ith-.s he then spekj
rolling down quite a steep ombj.nk- of the great work which lay before
ment, shock all up some, no one them, and then discussed the intcm-
burt. perance cause, with zeal, showing
With glowing illustrations the jevil
There is some talk ot a church
being erected in our village, the
coming spring. Let it be don**.
It would be better if we could get
two. Rev. Mr. Irving, Presbyter
ian missionary, who is stationed at
Moorhead, has been
over
head has been he:c looking i
5 portraying the sad end of a
the field, and he thinks that
patedA life was w^l executed,, u.
this is good a point for a church, i
T-, brougnt fortn general applause.
Let our good people.make a,n eflor Q:^ xi
.l
l0
finp wUlv*no
i -r iarm noiw ^ts an a an one wisiixii aaughter sad
ca
ge agood
The snow has drifted some iVL.^to our midst, and think he has trdus,f strikehs littlnek childn,d falling'j.,io
places to the depth of several feet,, decided to locate in one of the best, her to the floor, repents of the deed
and had stopped lafmers for a day points in the northwest.
Fanncra{.TCSOiVCB to reform, go back to sa-
or two from cemmgto town, but
other* on the look cut for i
fine lot of stock, March 10th.
Johnson, Allen & Co., will have *oi'n comi at the n.- .f i)*nu\
some flax seed en hand in time for
Con \\hil took tlie ch.111, mnued th1
Tlmt tt. M fcoriely.
'I he MCI tv knoTii JW the 0 B'v, met 111
'1
?'ra
00u
a i
lX
effects of the down gra^e into the
black vallej of intemperance, clos
ing with urging nil to sign the
pledge.
Iieading by E. W Itcssman of
piece entitled 'MeLean'& Vengence'
difsi-
and
bmgmg a piece entitle the 'Pro-
A- c' i !x
Briggsbyi-.idJ
i. i Ti- dica^s Jtetum,.' Mrs.
an
4
wish that the tin would
speech, ii. Amc ^t.y, ezpressed her thanks for the atten
iiuaforui^mmner, and is} tioii and support, that had been
1
iiaSFw
ty Of room with which to exercise sirne \o^l by al! n Three LUik row.
I themselVes every One that was pres-!
BhowhHtfu-e"atoi.ltomi..bii.ij KI1,i
wu
afte
1 A* ITM x A Bro for hi^tnifonn lMiilrics^, t'i dfrpirl-
.,o id ihur resputiM abod, Jon
tableau was beautiful and those!
who too part in great rtacting.
credit, then came several other Meeting of the tesft^eranco soeie-
occasion, among those was one rep- day evening, Jan. 29th, was a grand
1 resenting the meeting of the society success, in number and entertain*
of 0 B's., at the residence of Mr. ment, there was hardly standing
i A. SellaJhiana, a few weeks since, room to be had in the building.
Mr. and Mrs. ChanSon done great The exercises were opened by Pres.
credit to themselves, (as they alwavs 1 Mrs. Nelson, on calling to order the a 7
do) their lunch of which every- mseting, Mr. &nyder led in a fervent ?&} hn\^hthe aa-n of w. H, (tiiier at w^rret%
't one partook heartily. Ail contin-1 and very appropriate prayer, the
fl
were read an'd .^proved. Next,
ty persons present, and t-ke receipts came the election of officers for the
were $-10,40. ensuing -t^rm. ?o H. Mc^rna. *,iv-i
8
^otoik Iloraiediedev, .ilioden Hani 1 1 faitV,UK
Tlb
whent
Minnesota
Brown.**y
assisted Mr
i,
tui thing, and called forth great *p-
plause, ajid all agree that Warren
is noS
greatt musicalatalent
assisted by her brother
e3r
renderedevoid someof swee music an
Ml
abl
Slighter.,"I
Ch&mQn) ftnd tw
Southworth on
dving bed, laother' an'\
lp
I i i anJ
loneh, when the
teamlmotojtrt & for folher, to a bar-1
rox
oull
ihis dra
lib
0CC
gavel
ihaige. Minute of lut mu tins were ippro\
prim .pal-, \iv TT^S then
*toi iinrrie.1 in lvmi$ .,11 1 a .At,
li SNo
am
urs,aMr.
Briggs asj
bar-keeper draws revolver hre
-AVA crov, disperse. Geo. McCrea,
taking p: rt oi drunkard waj well
carried out, save a httio lack oi
(proper) expression.
Scene :M: Saloon, father at card
table, liquor passed, stand Lis hand
Tableau. Little Bonnie dead, fa
ther, mother and lister kneels, dur-1
ing thii tableau Mrs. Stephens s&ng|
tho rs ly to Miss Edith 'Father I
Desr Fathei' which vrv.s veiy linely'
rendered in a sweet and ea^y pun- 1
nor. Mr^. S., has a fmel5" cultiva-!
ted voice, after the song the cur-!
w?u drawn upon one of the
most ofTeciou scene of life, and
should have a 1 mating impression on
those who witnessed it.
During the evening Mrs. J. P.
Nelson was busy adding new name*
to the list, and succeeded in enroll
in quite a number,*Mrs. N. the
Boots and Slioo^,
comen
WOUia COmO
lmr
the CUS8,c and expressed the
xn
ua
righ to vote owould the temperanceethehav
question, and that liquor would be
bar.idhed from the land. The meet
ing then closed fey all singing 'Haii
to the Chief.' Programme for next
meeting will bs published next
week. !MininKrt
Local Notices.
ra-pi foi aal*, 01 \v a lnr diRtanee fiorn
town For further p.irtiei.1 ira tall or wrlttto
this ofllie-.
tus
A,
TH7S:HKV?andK Fioueer Frttt foi the
8311H Iu
0f jo 7-
rc-^8Frr
THE SHEAF,
*fcl
On tho East cids of RcilroaJ Track, you will dv 73
find xis raady to &ho\y yon Goods,
you pricos, and to coll yo^i any
thing yon v/ant in
SASH, DOOR S AN BUILDIN PAPZR.
Croc&crj.-GIassiwarennd kojs, PaiRis, ti!s. &c,
Ri-ad) 3 'i:J Paint.
I-lats and Caps,
Dry Gocds and ITotions,
Si.Qe per Tt*ar
aish*
j!cn3i\ Dealer in
Hardware,
Tinware
Aem for the
CELXBJtJLTZD M02TIT02 PLOWS.
Ornamental or Practical, usu-
ally kept by the Trade.
Priets Keauced.
^"'r^^XPT^jr,
Steel md Builders* Material, i Fine Watch Repairing Care*
fully Done &tvi Guaranteed,
^2.00 rER YEAE.
:ivo
Gloves and Mittens,
Buffalo Coats, &c., &o.
W E HAVE THE GENUINE SCREW HOOTS AND SHOES.
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
We hvre a Tin Shop in connection with our Store. Anything in
the Ttnwpre line made and repairing done neatly and warranted.
Don't f\'! the Pluce:
MOCHEA
8l*CR
3 roK
SHOTH3HS,
Corner 1st and Johnson Avenue, Warren, Minn.
1 1,"{1 ICO 'A!\u-
OCC'IJUl'd
If. /i*..
MACHINERY
Ad'orti'oineiit.
The r^nion-, J?o I ford Man inrnt tm
oi'r esjMcud Stock.
g*n*iit\ in Vutihe-
Everything in Tin, Iron or Brass, riteHLUI'U,ail thuan.\ other a IT\site
Alarrj-e and well selected stock of
Clocks from $2 up to fancy prices.
Meiha'iu il In-
rs The (\!iu'iatio* of
FiH'} are (h a|er. better hoi more IKCM
fractii il \\tf ni.iki'r ii\-ti n-"as to
all m^'. .il -ol I K reprfent i' And all urk
u'idrt..K"ii KS m*it h^. a )^e dom.
1
i WatihP" or good* foi ir ta.i ^L lai"1
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