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Railroad Time Table.
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani
W. A. Atwater, Station Agent.
Le*re South. Leave North.
Passenger, 3.30,p. m. Passenger, 1.25 p. m.
freight, 1S.4S p. m. Freight, 11.00 a. m.
Leave South. Leave North.
Passenger, 2.57 p. m. Passenger, 2.00 p. m.
"Freight, 12.00 m. Freight, 12,00 m,
Henry Lane, Station Agent.
Leave South, Leave North,
Passenger, 2.3Q p. m, Passenger, 2.30 p. m,
freight, 11.20 a, m, Freight, 1,00 p. m.
MfcMBKft Of CONJHS3
W. D. Washburn, Minneapolis
district Judge, O. P. Stearns, Dtiluth,
Andrew McCrea, Perham.
P. G. Cornstock, Muofhead.
Burnerd Sanlpson, Crookston.
Probate Judge, John W, Slee.
Register of Deeds, Thos. Cregg.
Auditor, O. Taylor.
IVeasUrer, J, B, Titus.
Khenff, W. T, Lackey.
Attorney, A. E. Flint.
Uchool Superititetldentj J. M. Brown*
Coroner, Wm. Carreae*
Burveyor, J, NcUoM
1st DistrictA. P. Mclntyre, Warren,
fid DistrictF. Keye, Argyta
DistrictA. Biamondj Stephen.
Religious services the school house eVery
Sunday at 10:30 a mM and at 7:30 p, mi
Temperance Society organization meet every
Friday evening at the school house:
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. Nelson,
rr & it EI
fteal Estate* Pays Tax&s.
JOHN W. SLEE,
JtfME OF pROBATjj}
Jurisdiction in HOMESTEAD and FINAL
Special attention to locating GOT*
grnment and R. R. Lands.
A. E. Johnson & Go.)
Counselor and Attorney ai Law
WM. BOX* Pfopridtcr.
Mtddqrl&rttri for MarshdH C'6Mly
draining! arid Paper Hanging,
Keje A: D: Verbniieiur
Boloomb & Kevtl.
Sebrge W. Holcomb:
iuSTibit dt THE PEACE
ftttiieiAJJ AND DRUGS
IJr J'. L'aFond
& kitel 8 Conner:
4'*-'?i ''JA'QJ. i i
Wheat 80 cents.
Seeding nearly completed.
J. C. Craig is busy plastering.
Oats are scarcepotatoes ditto.
Ask Dodge how the water felt.
Strawberries areripein Illinois.
Wall paper at the Pioneer Drug
J. C. Bennewitz was in town
A number of extra trains passed
Col. Allen received afresh supply
of dogs last week.
J. C. Bennewitz came up from
St. Paul Thursday.
"Opera" and "Forest Belle" cig^
ars at Feran & Dady's.
Re?. J. W. IGepper put ift a busy
Sunday in this village*
Choice apples, oranges and lem
ons at McCrea Brothers.
Tascott's enamel paint is kept for
for sale by McCrea Bros'.
Trees, grass, shrubbery of all
kinds lttok bright and green.
Mr. Royeni is building a ctWelling
house on the weslt side.
MrS. Casper $ands and child have
been visiting in Watfreil for a few
Ji B-Cook sold his fine stallidn
for $400 considerably less than it
Coii Whalen is doing good work
on the part of this section that runs
Wouldn.'t it be a good scheme to
have a little fourth of July celebra
tion this ydar.
W. Mitchell, of the Elk rtiver
Itfews passed north Friday, bound
for St. Vincent.
Mrs: Radcliffe and. Mrs* Williams
arehere visiting the Nelsons. They
arrived last week
Cant. Dixon, of Jno. A. Berky &
Co., St. Paul, gazed on &nd tarried
in Warren last week.
H. Bennewitz has purchased
lot 20, adjoining the Mclntyre prop
erty, of Frank Smith.
Screen doors and windows at
Rossmah's. Dead sure thing on
the hilarious mosquitoes.
Ei F. Mclntyre is about his busi
ness again. He was laid up for a
day or two with a fit of sickness.
Judge Slee is happyhe has his
books and all the paraphernalia of
his oflficeVahd his seeding is alniost
E. F. Mclntyre has had his meat
market moved one block further
north, and is liow situated opposite
McCrea Bros', store.
Eight families of new settlers
have stopped at this station this
week, and are all located within
four miles of Warren.
A special car containing the pres
ident, vice president and board ofj
directors of the St. P., M. & M.!
railway parsed north this morning
M. J. Tyner recently of the Grand
Forks division of the St. P. M. & M.
railway, but now of the St. Vin
cent division, was in town Friday.
I. W. Wood of the Pembina Farm
is bound to push things. His seed
ing is about completed and in some
places the grain is up and looking
The people hereabouts have prof
ited by the experience of last wint
er, and they have planted a few
acres of potatoes iu addition to
Mark Stevens is making arrange
ments for a big,dance at the hotel
to take place in a few days. Look
out for the notice in the next
County attorney Flint walks
around town smiling "all over".
Something, must please him huge
ly. It can't be that salary*grab
Job printing of allkinds can now
be done at this office, and we ex
pect to get all there is to be done.
We Will give good work, good sta
tionary and expect fair price for
Feran & Dady have anew ice box,
9^ feet high, and t|x4 feet on the
ground! The O. B. society have
rented the top story for a skating
rink, while it is suggested that the
county commissioners meet in one
of the other compartments: they
would be sure to keep cool if they
That incomparable story-book,
the bible, tells us that Esau was a
"hairy'' man, Granted) but if the
historian who chronicled the above
highly important iirfbf matron-
only seen the men of this vicinity,
he would have been paralyzed. The
fact is, we must have a barber, and
if we could only get as good a man
as Braley of Crookston to settle here
he would do well.
On one of the passenger trains
north last week was a little giri on
ly nine years old, traveling alone,
and enroute from Ottawa, Canada
to a point near Battleford, N. W.
T., to join her brother. She had
come unattended and without com
panions, and after reaching Winni
peg had fe stage journey of about
900 miles to make before her jour
ney would be finished.
Have you dropped in MdCfea
Bros' new store yet? It is one of
the nicest and most convenient in
this part of the country and is re
splendent With its coat of Tascott's
unequalled paint. J. C. and George
will hold forth in the new building,
and D. S. will execute War-dances
for the edification of customers in
the old corner store. Just go in,
anyway, and get George to explain
in his clear and lucid manner the
differance between burnt and raw
The shoemaker will be here sbon
we are to have a furniture store, an
Elevator, a public hall, another
blacksmith shop, a number bf good
substantial dwellings, and some
Work is to be do&e on the streets.
This is well, and we are glad to be
able to place it on record War
ren is on a big boom and her streets
are daily pictures of active business
life. There is one pressing want:
a resident physician, and that we
will probably have ere long. The
Crookston medical gentlemen are
prompt courteous and kind in re
plying to calls made from this sec
tion, and their charges are moder
ate, but the distance is great and
ten minutes gained will often save
a life or alleviate much suffering:
WARBEN, MARSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA, MAY 18, 1881. $2.00 ER YEAR,
I The serviceson Saturday audSun
fday were well attended, and consid
erable interest was manifested in
the church work. Rev. Klepper
and Flint are both earnest workers
.and are much admired hereabouts.
H. C. Putnam informs us that
(seeding commenced on the Pembina
IFarin in Minnesota on the 25th of
JApril. The Red River valley flood
fdid not reach their farm by some
miles, but the Suake River on which
:the Putnam farm is, overflowed its
jbanks a little. The Putnam Farm
|Co. has some 5,000 acres, of which
^,000 acres are under plow. The
jWoodward farm of 4,000 acres
yearly adjoins this farm on the
jwest, the St. P. &M. R. R. running
Ibe^tween. Both the village and
Railway station of Warren are on
fthe Putnam farm.Uau Claire Free
press. I If H. C? Putnam said anything
jat all like the above, he must have
fbeen a "little "off his base but
fwe don't think he did, but we do
[think the Free Press editor is badly
imixed up. The village site, (an
incorporated one) is not on any
farm, and its tke Pembina farm
that contains 5,000 acres, and there
is no such railroad as the St. P. &
M. running between anything in
these parts, but the St. Paul, Min
neapolis & Manitoba railway runs
through Warren and has lots of the
^finest lands in the World for sale,
not only close -by here, but all
along its different divisions.
Judge Slee is moving Mclntyrc's meat mar
Luther Fuitsfa painting the new store of
Murry the horse man is an-ay front town on
a short business trip.
How about"that crossing ovei4
traek? Is it"to be built? i
A Col Aileu seems to hats lost sonjething
Ground feed find oats by the pound, bushel,'
sack, ton or car load, at McCrea Bros\
Two deaths of children from fever have oc
curred during the past week. We were unable
to learn the etfact names.
Mark Stevens has built the sidewalk, and
the crossing is in tolerably good shape Now
if Judge Nelson will only do iiKewise all will
E. W. Rodman had a sharp fight with a
prairie Hre oft Sunday iast. It liadnSacli&d1
hay stack and consumed about half of it, be
foi it wi stopped.
Johnson & Alien have beeii renovating their
store, and have materially added to its general
appearance, by classifying and rearranging tHe
goods iii sepersite departments.
The village sehool opened on Monday with
a fair attendance. Miss Brown it the teacher,
and at this writing has got things into fine
working siiape. Qhite a number' offeliiidre'n
are to be enrooled yet.
The Minneapolis Tribune of last Sunday,
May 15 took our brealh JSWih\ Twetity four
pages, all fuli of HEWS, principally concerning
the vast milling interests of that giant young
cit}'. TTnlifee' the extra editions bt ofctoeV news
papers in th-'s1
State) il could all be read with-
There area few people left in Marshall
county who do not take the SUEAF, but we
know that the only thing that hinders them
is the idea that they will offend the editor by
offering him the paltry sum of two (ipllars
for o Valuable farHily journal. Correct we
are naturally sensitive about such matters,
but fetch in your money, and we will strive to
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U, 8..land office at Crookston, Minn., May
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Bazile Gervais against Denis Hugan for
abandoning his timber culture entry no 923,
dated Feb. lo, 187v), upon the seii" sec. 12, town
15*3} range 48, in Marshall county, Minn., with
a view to the cancellation1
of said entry the
said parties are herecv summon'e'd to' appear n't
this office on the 28th day of June, 1S81,' at 10
o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testi
mony concerning said alleged abandonment:
C. SiiM'LEiGir, Register:
*2o-29 O. C: SLETTE*, Receiver:
%kir 3 do ie* Ytaft
Titus & Whitney* Proprietors,
Keeps a full line of
AND MEDICINES, TOILET
FINE TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Pure wines and liquors for medicinal pur
poses, A full and extensive line of patent
medicines. Physicians' prescriptions careful
ly compounded at all hours.
TITUS & WHITNEY,
FRONT STREET, WARREN.
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