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Knterpfiatthe Post Ottiieat Warren a* Second
Mass VI ail Matter
No 1 Hard
Isaac F. Hall, of Fir, was in
6. F. Carleton went to Crooks
ton Monday evening.
C. A. Tullar made a business
trip to Northcote Tuesday.
E. M. Stanton, of Argyle, trans
acted business at the hub on Satur
Mrs. J. M. Palmer, of Angus,
was visiting friends in Warren Fri
Chas. Burseth is spending the
week in the northern part of the
The river is frozen now and the
young folks are having lots of sport
Dr. E. T. Frank made a profes
sional trip to Argyle Wednesday
Miss Fanny Rutherford visited
friends at Stephen Friday and Sat
urday last week.
Miss Clara Yoe, of Donaldson,
was visiting friends in thecity Thurs
day and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Main, of Ste
phen, spent Thanksgiving day with
friends in the city.
Se Downie's Big Company in
"My Uncle from Manila." Prices 50c
and 35c. Children 25c.
A twelve year old son of Peter
Rutz was thrown from a horse last
week and fractured a leg.
Mrs. J. L. Morrow, of Glen wood,
Minn., arrived yesterday morning
for a visit with Mrs. C. S Hull.
County superintendent Bennett
is in town to-day looking up school
district matters at the court house.
Miss Rosa Holm, after a three
weeks'visit with fiiendsin Warren,
returned to her home in Roseau on
Friday morning, her brother, John
Holm, accompanying her as far as
Prof. W. B. Walters, formerly
principal of the Warren school, spent
Sunday and Monday in the city re
newing old acquaintances He is
now the traveling representative of
the publishing house of Ginn & Co.,
with Minnesota and North and South
Dakota as his fielda good position
with a large salary attached. His
home is at Minneapolis.
Miss Edna Tennison leceiyed
word la&t week from her home at
Monticello, Minn., that her father
was seriously ill. She left for home
on Friday evening and will remain
there until there is a change in her
father's condition. Miss Ivadelle
Brill, a teacher from Stephen, has
been secured to teach Miss TVnni
son's room in the Wairen school
during her absence.
DIED: Mrs Brace, mother of
Mrs L. Lakin, died last Thursday
night at the advanced age of about
80 years. The immediate cause of
death was paralysis of the bowels.
Mrs. Brace was born in Vermont
When the Lakins moved to Warren
in 1896, she accompanied them, and
has since made her home with her
daughter Her funeral occurred from
the house on Saturday afternoon
She lived to a ripe old age Peace
to her memory!
The editor of this paper had the
pleasure to be present at the meeting
and to take part in the program of
the Northwestern Educational Asso
ciation at Crookston on Friday last
week. There was a goodly gather
ing of teachers, and an interesting
program was rendered. Co. Supt.
Bennett, of Marshall county, read a
paper on "What the Common Schools
Need Most," that provoked much
discussion. He was opposed to the
new law for the licensing of teachers
and to raising the standard for ad
mission to, the Normal ^Schools by
eliminating the and classes. The
paper was discussed by Prof. Angus,
of this city. Other interesting sub
jects were: Individual Psychology,
by Prof. E. Huey, of the Moor
head Normal The Teaching of Ani
mal Biology, by Prof. A. W. Uhl, of
Hallock, and Supplementary Read
ing, by Supt. R. W Hitchcock,
Crookston. Our topic was: The
Employment of Teachers from the
School Board's Point of View Supt.
S. A. Challman, of Detroit, is the
president of the association
^UMkMtM Xfria* A
Ole Myhre, of Argyle, is in town
Mrs. T. Morck went to Argyle
Bernlmrd Swanson leaves for
the Twin cities to-day.
Geoige Bradley came up from
Ciookston Thursday morning.
H. Halvorson was a passen
ger to Crookston Saturday night.
W. Brown has been confined
to his house by sickness for a few days.
C. Moore and J. L. Benson, of
Hallock, were city visitors Thursday
Misses Blank and Whetstone, of
Argyle, were visiting friends here
G. H. Wall, manager of the St.
Hilaire Lumber Co., spent a few days
in the city this week.
W. E. Wood and Wm. Tripp
drove over to Thief River Falls and
St. Hilaire last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sinclair, of
Stephen, were visiting friends in the
city latter part, of last week.
C. A. Nelson and Fred tundberg
attended a K. P. gathering at Crook
ston on last Thursday evening.
Miss Ella B. Sherman, of Min
neapolis, has accepted a position as
stenographer in the office of A. Grin
Regular meeting of the R. N. A.
Wednesday evening, Dec. 13 Elec
tion oi officers. A full attendance is
Miss Minnie Hill, who has been
teaching a term of school in town of
Brislet, left for her home in Crook
ston Saturday eve.
MARHIED- At Warren, by Rev.
A. Mattson, on Dec 2, 1899, Miss
Mary Nygren, of town of Alma, to
P. A. Larson, of this city.
Mrs. L. Lamber8on received
word of the serious illness of her
daughter Flora, in Minneapolis, and
left for that place Wednesday night.
Licenses to wed have been issued
to Carl Carlson and Hada Anderson,
Gaylord Kivel and Augusta Bern
hardt, Peter A Dyrud and Marie C.
An audience almost too laijre
tor the house attended the entertain
ment given by the Ladies' Aid Socie
ot the Presbyterian church at the
Opera house last Thursday evening
The work of the ladi&s as well as the
entertainment itself were highly ap
While driving from Argyle to
Grand Forks on Sunday last, a
horse driven by Parsons, of
Grand Forks, fell on the icy road
and broke the pole of his buggy. He
had to walk four miles to Warren
and have the buggy repaired Mr.
P. was formerly editor of the Badger
The Warren camp of Modern
Woodmen elected the following offi
cers for the ensuing year, at the meet
ing held on Tuesday evening: Vener
able Counsel, D. Farrell Worthy Ad
visor, Chas. Wittensten, Excellent
Banker, Andrew Melgaard, Clerk, W.
N Powell Escort, T. Morck, Physi
cian, Dr. G. S. Wattam Watchman,
L. N. Furs Manager, I. N. Lodoen.
The elocutionary and musical
entertainment given by Josephine
Bonaparte Rice and Ida May Paul
son at the Opera house last evening
was of a high order and deserved a
much larger audience than was pres
ent. The ladies will appear again at
the Opera bouse to-morrou (Friday)
evening, when all those who failed to
be present the first time will have an
oppoitunity to hear them, and those
who were present will undoubtedly
go and hear them again.
County treasurer Olson went out
to visit his farm in Big Woods on
Friday last. He and Mr. Tell, a
farmer down there, went over onto
the Dakota side to transact some
business, but when they were to re
turn on Sunday morning they found
that the cold snap, then prevailing,
had frozen the river so the ferry
could not move, and the ice was not
strong enough to carry a person.
They had to return home by railway
via Grand Forks and Crookston.
A disgusting case is reported
from town of Nelson Park. A man
named Nels Olson, charged with as
sault on the person of a Mrs. Inge
borg Hanson, had his preliminary
hearing before justice Barker, at Ar
gyle, on Dec. 1, and was bound over
to await the action of the grand ju
ry. The assault was committed on
the road from Stephen to Nelson
Park on Nov. 16. Sheriff Green
brought the prisoner to the Crooks
ton jail for safe keeping. Two other
young fellows .are said to be impli
cated in the crime.
iJisHf VS&< iS'ifcfssUs M-&fS^hMTh, fld^
Neither will we growl, snarl nor complain ifyou give
some one else a share of your patronage. We don't
want it all. We will give you a. gentje pointer, howev
er, and that is this:that if you*are awake to your own
interests, you will buy your DRUGS, MEDICINES
TOILET ARTICLES, STATIONERY AND CONFEC-
Publisher WARREN SHEAF:
Enclosed find $
to the WARREN SHEAF-
F. E. Nelson, the tailor, returned
this morning from a trip to the twin
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Swedish Luth.church meet with Mrs.
Aug Lundgren this afternoon.
Chas. R. Amundson, the popular
school teacher from the western part
of the county, is in the city to-day.
Dr. G. A. Penney and wife left
Tuesday evening for a month's visit
with friends and relatives at Carroll
Farmers can now receive 35 lbs.
of flour in exchange for a bushel of
wheat from the Warren Manufac
Misses Fawcett, Solum and Eas
ton, of the Warren school, attended
the teachers' convention at Crooks
ton last Friday.
C.J. Klingborg is booming things
about his blacksmith shop these days.
He has put in a six-horse power gas
oline engine that will turnish power
for a trip hammer that he has just
placed in the shop, an emery wheel
and other machinery. He has also
built an addition to the shop, in
which the hoise-shoeing branch of
the business will be conducted. Mr
Klingborg is enterprising and pios
If you love your minister, buy your
Christmas presents at Holm's Jewel
ry store He will register your name
and the amount of your purchases,
in favor of whatever church you wish
The one credited with the largest
amount will receive a handsome $25
"My Uncle from Manilla."
Downie's Big Dramatic and Spe
cialty Co., numbering 35 people, will
appear at the Warren Opera House,
December 16, in the latest comedy
success, "My Uncle from Manila."
They carry a magnificent band and
otchestra and present a continuous
performance, introducing 12 first
class specialties between the acts.
There is no long waits, no long over
tures. They travel in their own spe
cial cats, costing $20,000, the cars
being required to transport the com
pany and outfit. A matinee will be
given in the afternoon on the day of
Call and see the Perkins Self-bast
ing Steel Roaster at
The Bank of
POOD SHELTER, GOOD CEL
lar, Good Artesian Water, is
what you get when you buy a lot in
Wentzel & Grindeland's addition.
Mr. J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., saved
his child's life by One Minute Cough
Cure. Doctors had given her up to
die with croup. It's an infallible cure
for coughs, colds, grippe, pneumonia,
bronchitis and throat and lung trou
bles. Relieves at once. Ware's drug
Q. A. PENNEY, Dentist. Office
over Ware's Drug store.
The Fergus Falls Bob Sleighs are
pronounced by the farmers to be the
best. A car load of them at
LINDBERG & LUNDOREN'5.
Lisk's Anti-Rusting Tinware at
Q. What do you know about Dr.
Parker's Remedies? A. Everybody
who have used them say they're all
right. Ware's drug store.
DR. WESTEEN, of St. Luke's Hos
pital, Grand Forks, has just returned
from his European trip. Kg"* Special
ist in diseases of women.
Ifyou want the best tinware on
earth go to POWELL'S HARDWARE.
Ware's Drug Store.
The weather has changed to a cold
er temperature, and we can not ex
pect anything else, as it is the last
month in the year, and we have had
a very nice fall, too.
The Ladies' Sewing Society had
their annual auction sale on Thanks
giving Day, at Mr. N. Dragseth's
place. The sale went on well, the
weather was very nice, a good many
people attended it, and a good din
ner was served and coffee and cake
after the sale was over.
The school will commence in the
school-house on Monday next. Up
to this time it has been held at Mr
Hagen's place. Mr. Mack is teacher.
Otto Hjelle is teaching a term of
school at Mr. N. O. Strandquist's
place in the northern part of the town.
The farmers are now busy in haul
ing wheat to town. A bad thing is
that the prices are falling many are
storing their wheat, waiting for bet
ter prices. A.
I have purchased a new ironer and
full equipment of laundry machinery,
and am now prepared to do first
class work. Bring your laundry
work to me, and I will try to give
you hatisfaction. A. TANEM.
DoWitt's Little Early Ricers purify
the blood, clean the liver, invigoiate
the ostein. Famous little pills toi
t'onstipation and liver tumbles
Ware's drug store.
For first-class dental work call on
G. A. PENNEY, Dentist.
City Lots and Farms For Sale.
Askelson's farm in Viking at $800.
60acres cultivate!. House, stable
and bdrn. A. GRINDELAND.
iEsculapius will cure that awful
pain called Hpadm he. 25 cents at
Ware's Drug Store.
can make a few first-class
farmt loans of from $1,000.00 and up a
a low rate of interest. S. COOKE.
We are no hardware store, but we
sell boys' shoes that wear like iron.
Only $1.25. At WINCHESTER'S.
Dr Parker's Herbs and other valu
able pioparations for sale at WaieV
sells Railroad Lands at lowest
RENT:A cood half section
near Warren, mostlv under culti
BANK OF WARREN.
Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Mich.,
says, "I suffered a long time from
dyspepsia lost flesh and became very
weak. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure com
pletely cured me." It digests what
yon eat and cures all forms of stom
ach trouble. It never fails to give
immediate relief in the worst cases.
Ware's drug store.
Save fuel and save money by buy
ing your storm sash and storm doors
at THE ROBERTSON LUMBER CO.
It takes but a minute to overcome
tickling in the throat and to stop a
cough by the use of One Minute
Cough Cure. This remedy quickly
cures all forms of throat and lung
troubles. Harmless and pleasant to
take. It prevents consumption. A
famous specific for grippe and its af
ter effects. Ware's drug store.
I have a few second handed wagons
for sale cheap. M. L. LARSON.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A FINE SILVER-PLATED
COFFEE SET, WORTH
W of the celebrated James W. Tufts' manufac
ture, will be given away by me to the pastor
4|\k in Warren whose congregation or friends buy
/fy the most goods at my Jewelry store from De-
JL cember 1st until 11 p. m., Dec. 23, 1899.
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During the next
1 3 BAYS I
fc My Entire Stock of
^Hardware, Stoves and Tinwareg
I BARGAIN PRICES. 1
Now is the Time to Buy.
Warren Brick Yard,
AUG. LUNDGREN, Prop..
LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL
Pioneer Yard. Immense Stock.
Bring on your bills and be convinced that
we meet all competition in GRADES and
J. P. EASTON,
I have a fine line of silver-ware and silver nov=
elties, suitable for Holiday presents. My stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHAINS, RINGS and JEWELRY
of all kinds is the largest and most complete in the
ii city. I handle reliable goods.
$ Remember me when buying Christmas Presents.
I P. H. HOLM.
For Your Pastor!
W. N. POWELL.
Sheaf RealEstate Agency
Choice Red River Valley Lands and Improved
Farms in Marshall, Kittson and Polk counties
bought and sold. Farms for rent or sold on prop
payment plan. Houses and Residence Lots in
Warren for sale.
LIST YOUR LANDS WITH THIS AGENCY*.
Will be Offered at J35