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To-day's Market Prices.
Wheat, No. 1, Northern
Oats, Barley Flax, Bran, per ton,
Shorts, per ton,
Ground feed, per ton,
23.00 24.00 30.00
Large iron safe for sale by M. L.
Louis M. Olson was a Stephen
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ralston were
in the city Tuesday.
C. G. Peterson made a business
trip to Stephen Monday.
John P. Myhre attended to busi
ness matters at Stephen Monday.
A. Tisdale. the Warren laundry
man,attended to business at Stephen
W. P. Oaks, editor of the Oslo
Tribune, was in the city Saturday
Peter Lonner. of Butte. Mont., ar
rived Wednesday morning for a
short visit in the city.
Mrs. O. H. Bang and daugters,
Elida and Clara, of Oslo, are spend
ing a few days in the city this week.
Oscar Edlund. left Monday evening
for a trip up the Winnipeg Soo line
in the interests of the Valley Spring
Mrs. Andrew Grindeland and
daughter. Syneva, went to Thief
River Falls Tuesday evening to visit
for a few days.
The High school base ball team is
practicing every evening and from
present aspects a fast team will be
put in the field this year
W. H. Dixon, the Warren auction
eer, went to SteDhen Monday to at
tend the big auction sale at tnat
place and also to see how Gol. Green
James A. Evans, of Oslo, was in
the city last Friday taking out
citizenship papers. Theodore Nar
vason and Louis Larson, also-of Oslo,
accompanied him as witnesses.
Aaron Anderson, president of the
Grygla Co-operative Creamery Associ
ation, was in the city last Friday.
He says the creamery has been a big
success and a great help to the farm
GILL 3 LANBERSON
Under their firm name will continue the
business of the BANK OF WARREN.
The business will continue as in the past:
TKe Same Business
The Same Owners
The Same Officers
YOUR BUSINESS IS SAFE IN OUR HANDS
Every day is market day at the
Golden Hole store.
Day's steamless lid tea kittles now
for sale by M. L. Larson.
Peter Turnlund, of Radium, was a
Warren caller last Friday.
Nick Schantzen, of Radium, at
tended to business here last Friday.
Dr. O. F. Mellby. of Thief River
Falls, was in the city yesterday.
WANTED.Good cook and kitchen
girl. Jarrett House. it.
N,G. Backstrom, of Alvarado, was
a visitor in the city Monday evening.
P. Nordlund and daughter, of Al
varado, were Warren visitors last
P. O. Larson, of town of Bloomer,
attended to business in the city last
Everything in spring goods now on
sale and prices will please you at the
Remember the bargains in suits,
shoes, hats, caps, etc., at M. L.
John Johnson and son, Hjalmar, of
Foldahl, attended the auction sale at
Send your lace curtains to the
Warren Steam laundry. They will
be nicely done up.
Former county commissioner,
Adolph S. Rokke, attended to busi
ness here last Saturday.
Postal cards of the Warr en hospita
in German colored work at the Sheaf
office. 2 for*5 cents.
We absolutely lead the procession
on paints. So if you want to brush
up for spring come to the Golden
A. O. Bjurseth, deputy sheriff,
returned Mondav from a trip to the
eastern part of the county, on official
Keep your valuable papers in a
safe place by renting a safety de
poist box in the vault of the First
15c coffee still Felling for 12Jc at
the Golden Rule Store. Also 25c
coffee for 20c. If you try it you will
be convinced of its value.
N. S. Heernes and W. S. Robertson,
two of Argyle's musically inclined
business men, were in the city last
Friday evening assisting at the band
Hr. T. Bratrud and attorney
Julius J. Olson went to the Twin
Cities on Thursday evening last week
to spend a dajT
or two on business
Ole J. Westman. who has been
spending the winter on his claim
near Pitt. Minn., returned to War
ren Thursday of last week. He ex
pects to SDend part of the summer
Dr. Spofford is at the^Kush
ford Hotel, Thief ^River
Falls, the 9th Windsor Hotel, War
ren, the 10th: Park Place Hotel,
Argyle, the 11th, of every month.
Fitting glasses is his specialty.
Lars Olson and John Vick.
brothers-in-law of A. Hogberg. of
town of Foldahl. have arrived from
Clearfield Co., Penn.. to make their
homes in our county. The former
in accompanied by his family.
Andrew Johnson, of Malung, Ros
eau county, is here putting in the
crop on his farm in northwestern
part of Warrenton. He wants to sell
the place so as not to be compelled
to move back and forth working
his two farms.
E. O. Erickson, an enterprising
and progressive young farmer from
Grygla in the eastern part of the
county, was in the city on business
last Friday. He is very enthusiastic
in regard to Co-peration among farm
ers for the betterment of their con
dition, a very good idea, when acted
upon with intelligence and conserva
tism. By acting together farmers
can accomplish great things, both
for themselves individually and for
the community in which they live.
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Fence posts for sale by M. L.
O. B. Hall, postmaster at StoiiC
was in town Tuesday.
Fred Monroe was in from Radium
L. J. Linder, of Haliock, called on
John. W. Thomas and L. A.
Bueche went to Crookston on Mon
The Golden Rule Store is full of
snaps. All you have to do is to pick
Miss Synneva Grindeland, who is
teaching at Little Falls, is home
for the spring vacation this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wittensten
entertained a Darty of friends at
their home on Wednesday evening.
FOR SALE:Seed barley at my
farm, four miles southwest of town.
M. J. McCann.
Mrs. K. J. Taralseth and Mrs. O.
H. Taralseth left Monday for Fertile
to visit Mrs. Ed. Mossilin, the
Have your woolen blankets and
woolen goods of all kinds washed at
the Warren Steam Laundry before
being put away for the season.
SuDt. Keeuan returned this morn
ing from a visit to the Moorhead
Normal, where he had been looking
up teachers for next year.
Clara Lindberg. the young girl
from Alvarado. who was shot acci
dentally in the back, died this week
at the hospital.
Mrs. A. Bergstrom. of Foldahl, re
turned on the Soo last night from a
visit with a daughter at Drayton.
C. E. Stinchfield has shown his
faith in clover by purchasing $80
worth of clover seed to be seeded on
the farm he recently purchased south
from the city.
John Whalen and P. J. Sinnott,
two of town of Sinnott's prominent
citizens, were here Tuesday, attend
ing to business before the county
board, and calling on old friends.
Ralph Taralseth took a party of
friends out for a ride in his bran
new automobile this afternoon.
He wisely brought along a physician
in case of accident, we presume.
John M. Hunstad] and his sister.
Miss Marie Hunstad, are back from
Baudette, Minn, where thev have
located on valuable homesteads about
eight miles west from the town.
I will trade farms in Swift or
Jackson Counties, Minnesota, for a
good hardware or merchandise busi
ness. Land at actual cash value.
Address Box 18. Danvers. Minn.
Capt. C. H. Stinchbeld, father of
Mr. C. E. Stinchlield and Miss
Hannah Stinchlield. arrived Monday
from Hot Sprinks, S. D., for a visit.
He is a Minnesota veteran from the
civil war. his former home being at
Litchfield in this state.
Emil Larson, of New Maine, was
here Tuesday proving up on a
valuable quarter section of land be
fore Judge Holm. His neighbors. A.
G. Peterson and Peter Julin were his
witnesses. All of these men former
ly resided here or in this vicinity,
hence were busy calling on friends
Sever Thorson. of Spruce Valley.
an old pioneer of the county, who in
the early days used to visit Warren
auite frequently, attended to busi
ness he^e last Friday. Said he
would be back later in the soring
with a load of evergreens to sell to
those who wish to beautify their
We have heard many citizens com
mend C. W. Abrahamson, of War
renton, for his excellent work with
the split log drag on a piece of road,
by his farm. An early application of
the drag has made a very smooth
road that it is a pleasure to drive.
Let others follow Mr. Abrahamson's
The places of honor in the graduat
ing class of the Warren high school
are always given to pupils getting
the highest average markings in
scholarship during the course. This
year these honors are given to
Arthur Welin, who becomes the
salutatorian, and Ula Pealstrom,
who becomes the valedictorian.
Both are pupils from the country*
Supt. H. E. White, of the public
schools at Little Falls. Minn., and
his wife, are visiting friends in the
city this week. Mr. White was
superintendent of the Warren
schools for a number of years prior
to the regime of Supt. Angus. He
has worked himself up in his, profes
sion and is recognized as one of the
leading school men of the state.
A. F. Skaren, who has been in
the tailoring business in this city
during the past live years is remov
ing to Crookston this week, where
he will be associated with F. E.
Kelson, a former partner, in run
ning a large tailoring establishment.
Both gentlemen are skilled in their
line of work, in fact their reputa
tion as artistic tailors, is known all
over the Northwest, and their re
moval from our city is to be regret
CHURCH OF VIKING.
^Werner Drotts. Pastor.
Services will be held on Good Fri
day in Viking at 2 p. m., and on
Easter Sunday, at 10:30 a. m., and
1:30 p. m. Everybody welcome!
E. Hanson. Pastor.
Easter services will be held next
Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock, in the
English language. All are welcome!
C. J. Nolstad, Pastor.
Services will be held in Alvarado
church Good Friday, at 3 o'clock,
and in Warren church, at S o'clock,
in the evening.
Services in Warren church next
Sunday morning, at 10:30 o'clock.
A. A. Myers. Pastor.
Special Easter services will be held
next Sunday. The morning sermon
will be upon "The Resurrection of
Jesus Christ is not a cunningly devised
Fable, but a well authenticated
Fact." In the evening a concert and
Sunday school program will be
rendered at 8 o'clock.
All are cordially invited!
E. O. Chelgren, Pastor.
Next Sunday. Easter day. confir
mation services will be held in the
Warren church, beginning at 10:30
Commuion services in the after
noon, at 3 o'clock.
Services will be held in the Vega
church to-morrow, Good Friday, at
10:30 a. m.
Ernest Clem, of Argvle, was in
Miss Hildur Swenson, of Excel, is
visiting at the home of P. B. Mai
Miss Ava Sonstrud. of Sherbrook,
N. D., arrived Monday for a visit
at her home,
A. C. Swandby has purchased the
A. D. Ralston's fine residence pro
perty in the western part of
Lars Bjorsness. Ole Engstrom, Ole
G. Olson and Clario Johnson were
among the New Foldenites, who ap
peared before the county board
Tuesday on school matters.
FOR SALE.About 300 bu. seed
barley, (cleaned), at 75 cts. per
bushel. E. Bystrom, Sec. 9, town
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ralston, ot
New Solum, visited friends in the
city Tuesday. Mr. Ralston now
looks as strong as a bear and his face
is much more tanned than when he
was in the barber business.
I have opened a shop
in the old Klingborg
place on the east side
and invite all who need
work in this line to call.
Horse-shoeing, plow re
pairing, and all kinds of
wood work given special
WE WAN YOUR ACCOUNTandspUcit your patronage.
Farmer or Business Man
Laborer or Capitalist
Lawyer or Doctor
Preacher or Teacher
There is no safer investment than a Certificate of Deposit with
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WARREN
Having the largest combined CAPITAL and SUR
PLUS of any Bank in Marshall County, backed up
by careful yet progressive management, money de
posited with us is as safe as a Government Bond.
Our certificates of deposit are issued to run from
six to twelve months, but are always payable on
demand, if so desired by the holder. They draw
interest at 4 and 5 per cent per annum, according
to the time they run.
FOR IMMEDIATE USE a CHECK ACCOUNT
is handier, as you can draw your funds at will and
in such amounts as desired. We have just received
a supply of the finest Pocket Check Books ever
seen in our city. Come in and see them. They
are for the use of both old and new customers.
We want your business, now and all the time.
We will give you Value Received.
In this Bank you find System, Security and Politeness.
SYSTEM enables us to make money for our stockholders.
SECURITY makes EVERY DEPOSITOR SECURE banking here. E times
are prosperous or the reverse, ydu will always be sure that
"THERE IS SAFETY BANKIN HERE."
Yours for Business,
The First National
H. L. WOOD. Cashier.
\7"lNTREN rasat ut blandt vara fjallar.
Drifvans blommor smalte bort och dog
Vi le med Er i varens ljusa qvallar,
Och onska lycka till med harf och plog.
Har du nagra slantar? dern kan vi bevara,
Skulle de dig fattas, titta in till oss,
Kanske kan vi lana dig. Saker- m* du vara,
PA denna platsen spelas dig aldrig nagot puts.
Forsiikrade genom ett Elektriskt Alarm system, jem
te annan vanlig bankforsakring, erbjuda vi eder till
billig afgift vara s. k. "Safety deposit boxes,'' for be
varandet af vardefulla handlingar. Vi betala riinta pa
halft eller helars insattningar, och vilja med noje hand
hafva edra insattnings och utdragnings konto, medelst
det s. k. "check" systemet. Vi skrifva brandforsak
ringar i de basta forsakringsanstaltar, samt gora alia
forrattningar som forekomma i en saker och konserv
SWEDISH-AMERICAN STATE BANK
L. M. OLSON, Cashier. Warren, Minn.
POLITENESS enables you to get courteous treatment at all times about
your account OT about investments or othe^r advice.
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Al NELSON, Cashier J: ji