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Bran, per ton 24.00
Shorts, per ton 26.00
Ground feed, per ton 32.00
C. J. Turnlund was in from Radium
Potato Diggers, all sizes at Lund
.gren, Wittensten & Co.
Prof. C. E. Sjostrand conducted cha
pel evervices on Wednesday.
Rev. N. G. W. Knudtsen conducted
services at Stephen on Sunday last.
Dr. T. Bratrud left for Duluth yes
terday to attend a medical meeting.
License to wed has been issued to
Thomas Erwin and Barbara Plencen
Misses Gunda Lodoen and Lena Ny
land visited in Alvarado on Wednes
Geo. G. Johnson, of Thief River
Falls, is spending the day with War
Mrs. W. H. Dixon and Mrs. G. C.
Winchester returned home from Dic
kinson, N. D., on Tuesday.
Antonette Lunde of Crookston has
opened up her dress making parlors
in the Winchester building.
Mrs. E. P. Hunstad, who now lives
with her brother on route 3, was a
Warren visitor on Monday.
Thor Hillikson, of Fork, who has
been ill at the hospital here, was able
to return to his home on Monday.
Get one of those shoveling boards
to make potato handling easy. Only
$1.75 at Lundgren, Witten3ten & Co.
R. B. Taralseth, Wm. Forsberg and
Ed Quistgard attended the Oscar Hil
aen funeral at Grand Forks yester
The Luther League meets in the
parlors of the Swedish Lutheran
church on Friday evening of this
Axel Anderson, of Spruce" Valley,
passed thru Warren yesterday on his
way home from Gilby, N. D., where
he has been engaged in carpenter
J. S. Hilleboe, "who was injured in
a threshing machine as mentioned
last week, had recovered sufficiently
to be taken from the hospital to his
home on Tuesday.
Knut Lilegard, of Stephen, was
here last Friday to bring his little
girl home from the hospital, where
she had had set a broken arm, the in
jury having been sustained by fall-
Mrs. Harry Miner returned Monday
morning from Illinois, where she ac
companied the remains of her hus
band. After settling her business af
fairs here she will go back to Illinois
Oscar Wahlund returned Sunday
from Roseau county, where he had
spent a -week in the interest of his
candidacy for the legislature on the
democratic ticket. He reports his
prospects bright in said county, as
well as throughout
the district in
Miss Lena Nyland, who is employed
as a stenographer at Jackson, Minn.,
arrived last Friday to spend a slhort
vacation visiting her home and friends
in this city She has been away
from home about a year and a half.
The Stephen Leader gave Judge P.
H. Holm an elegant send off in last
week's paper and urged the voters to
make no mistake in electing a judge
of probate thus year, but give their
support to the old reliable one on
P. E. Flod of Radium, returned home
Tuesday from his summer's visit in
Sweden. He has had an enjoyable
trip and was not a little surprised to
see the great progress that has taken
place in that country during the past
decade or two.
Rev. C. O Christianson, former pas
tor of the Scandinavian M. E church
of this city, arrived Tuesday from at
tendance at the conference at Omaha,
Neb., and will visit Warren friends
before proceeding to his present
charge at Rugby, N
Grace Braggans gave a birthday
party to seven little girl friends on
Oct, 5th, when she was just seven
years old. It is needless to say that
the little guests enjoyejl themselves
immensely and wished (that Grace's
birthday would come oriener.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stinchfleld and
son and Maurine Frank, left Tuesday,
Mr. Stinchfleld for Minneapolis, where
he will attend to business and the
'others for Longmont, Colorado, where
they will visit with Mrs. Stinchfield's
parents *and other relatives.
Frank Johnson, who has been asso
ciated with Andrew Boardson in run
ning the West Side Meat Market, has
sold his interest in the business and
will remove with his family next
spring to Minneapolis, near which
city he has bought a arm.
S. O. Ostgaard, of town of New Sol
um, attended to business here yester
day He makes a specialty of raising
beans on his farm and says the crop
this year has been a good one. He
sold the entire product of his farm
while still growing to a merchant in
Thief River Falls at a very satisfac
Mrs. G. F. Petersen and Mrs. John
Westman will entertain the Ladies'
Aid of the Swedish Lutheran church
on Friday afternoon at three o'clock
this week, in the basement of the
church. The Luther League will be
entertained at the same place in the
evening. A largjb attendance isv de
sired at both gatherings.
F. O .Heulin, of Stephen, was a
Warren visitor last night He in
formed the Sheaf that he intended
coming out as an independent candi
date for the legislature this fall and
his visit here was for the purpose of
getting signers to his petition. Mr.
Heulin was a candidate for the same
position on the democratic ticket two
years ago, but was defeated by Rob
J. P. Lein returned last week from
his trip to Norwtay and Sweden. After
a short visit with his son in Holt, this
county, he came to Warren last Fri
day to visit with friends for a few
days. He reports having had a pleas
ant trip, although so many changes
had taken place in the old home town
that he found himself mostly among
strangers. Most of the old familiar
faces were gone.
3 $ I *Vj,
A bright and bonnie daughter arriv
ed at the home of President O. E. Ab
rahamson, of North Star College, yes
terday morning. Mother and daugh
ter are doing well and the professor
himself feels as elated as a boy who
has donned his first pantaloons. Con
gratulations to the happy parents and
their first born
Olof Olson, who has been employed
at the city electric light plant at dif
ferent times, left Monday evening for
Fergus Falls, from where he will
leave for Pennsylvania where he has
secured employment. Mr. Olson be
lieves in seeing the country. Last
ear he made a trip to Texas and this
spring he was at Winnipeg. Having
been both south, north and east he
will undoubtedly go west on his next
John E Ostrom, a former well
known Warren citizen, is a candidate
for county treasurer on the demo
cratic ticket Seattle, Wash. If
the people in Seattle knew Mr.
Ostrom as well as we in Warren do,
they would throw their political dif
ferences to the dogs, and elect Mr.
Ostrom county treasurer by a unani
mous vote. His experience in public
axairs acquired here as member of
the board of county commissioners,
and as mayor and alderman of this
city, and in other capacities of a pub
lic nature as well as his experience as
a merchant and a banker, fit admir
ably for the position he seeks.
Last week was the only whloe week
this fall that the farmers have been
able to thresh and attend to other
farm work, without being interrupted
by ram, and they utilized every mo
ment to the best advantage. But on
Saturday night a heavy rain came de
laying threshing until Tuesday, but
yesterday and today occasional driz
zling rains have hindered shock
threshing. Surely the fall work is
being done under difficulties this
year. Very little damage though, has
been done by the sprouting of the
grain, and no lowering of grade is an
ticipated on that account, unless the
unfavorable weather sould still be
greatly prolonged. Farmers are
speeding the plow all they possibly
can, realizing that but a short time
remains in which to do the work
Mrs. Fred Johnson had her 47th
birthday anniversary on Tuesday this
week and in honor of the event her
daughter Ida had arranged a very
pleasant surprise for her mother.
Miss Ida had invited a number of her
mother's lady friends to come and
spend the afternoon with them and
she had also unknown to her mother,
prepared a delicious luncheon, which,
when the guests were all assembled,
she proceeded to serve in the din
ing room which was tastily decorated
with autumn leaves and vines The
unique place cards had bouquets
made up of autumn leaves and a
sprig of cedar daintily tied to them
with a yellow silk ribbon Mrs. John
son received a number of small pres
ents from her friends as mementos of
the occasion together with their best
wishes. Misses Annie Odznan and
Ellen Pearson assisted Miss Ida in
serving. Former North Star College Professor
Rock Island, 111., Oct. 2, 1912.
Mr. J. P. Mattson,
My Dear Mr. Mattson: Am now
nicely settled down in Rock Island
busy at work pursuing my theological
Have met many of my former class
mates and fellow students which
makes things seem more agreeable
and very much like old times.
The theological Course is by no
means a "snap" but indeed most in
teresting, while the instructors are
some of the most able men in their
respective lines of this country.
The "tri cities" Rock Island, Daven
port and Moline, located in close prox
imity on the banks of the Mississippi
river are famous for their manufac
ture of farm implements. The T7. S.
arsenal located here is also a very in
'teresting feature. In its large shops
and factories are employed something
like 1700 men, and is considered the
largest of its kind in the world. But
the one thing in which this country is
not in it with Minnesota, is the cli
mate. The fogs and damp weather is,
to say the least, disagreeable to the
man from the blue-heavened North
Star state. For me there is nothing
like Minnesota, and the more I have
the privilege to see of our country
the stronger grows this conviction.
"Well, how are the good people of
Warren? I often think of them, and
almost regret that I cannot be with
them.r 4 Be sure and send me the
Sheaf, for which find enclosed $1.00.
Must have something to keep in
touch with the happenings of the fa
mous Red River Valley.
With much greetings to you and
family, I remain,
Very truly yours-
^T C. O. Bergudst
SW. LUTH CHURCH, ALVARADO
Dr. E. J. Colberg, Pastor.
Services Sunday at 10.30 a. m.
SWED. LUTH. CHURCH OF VEGA.
F. N. Anderson, Pastor.
Sunday school 10 a. m. Service at
1.30 p. m., Oct. 13.
SWEDISH LUTHERAN CHURCH
F. N. Anderson, Pastor.
Sunday school 10:30 a. m. Service
11 a. m., Oct. 13.
UNITED NORW. LUTH. CHURCH
N. G. W. Knudtsen, Pastor.
Services Sunday 13th October: At
Warren 10 30 a. m. and Melo 3:30 p.
m. All ae welcome.
GERMAN LUTH. ZIONS CHURCH.
Rev. Wm. Bramscher, Pastor
Service at Radium Sunday morning
at 11:30. Holy communion will also
be celebrated. All are cordially in
vited to attend.
Moses M. Maxwell, Pastor
Services at 10-30 in the morning
and at 7:30 in the evening. Prof
Squires of the University of North
Dakota, will preach at both services.
Sunday School after morning services.
All cordially invited.
MISSION CHURCH OF VIKING
Werner Drotts, Pastor.
Services will be held next Sunday
at John Carlson's place town of Corn
stock at 2 p. Next Monday Oct. 14
will Rev. Aug. Johnson of Burlington,
111., speak in the temperance hall of
Viking at 8 p. m. All are welcome.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
A. A. Myers, Pastor
The new pastor, the Rev. F. L. Er
lougher, who comes from the North
Indiana conference, will in all proba
bility be on hand to preach next Sun
day morning and evening. The Ladies'
Aid Society will be entertained at the
home of Mrs. C. F. Stevens on Tues
SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH
F. L. Larson, Pastor
A mission meeting will be held at
Warren, Oct 18-20, Friday and Satur
day at 7:30 p. m. Sunday at 10:30 a
m. 2 30 p. m. and 7.30 p. m. Rev.
John Olson, from Fertile, Minn, and
Rev. Aug. Johnson from Chicago, 111.,
will preach. 411 are welcome. There
will be no services on Sunday, Oct
13th, on account of the pastor's ill
SCANDINAVIAN M. E. CHURCH
Gustav Kvlsgaard, Pastor
The Ladies' Aid will meet next
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs I
Golden, October 16th. All are cordial
lv mviited The morning worship
next Sunday at 10 30 a m. The Sun
day School meets at 2 p. m. The eve
ning service of song and praise at
730 p. m. We are glad to see the new
faces, if you have not been in atten
dance let us see you there next Sun
I have opened new dress making
parlors upstairs in the Winchester
building on the East Side and would
be very much pleased to receive
your patronageAntonette Lunde
I have sold out my interest in the
West Side Meat Market All out
standing accounts due the firm of
Boardson & Johnson are to be paid to
Andrew Boardson, who will continue
the businessFrank Johnson.
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
All meat order for roasts and stews
must be in at the shop at 9 a. ri. and
all steak orders at 11 a. m. All orders
for Sunday meats must be in by 6:00
p. m. on Saturday.Hast and West
Side Meat Markets. 2t
LOSTA single-barrel shot gun.
Finder please notify H. Wolfgram, R.
1, Warren. ltpd
FOR SALE Three pure bred
Scotch Collie pups.Dr. E. T. Frank.
FOUNDA cross necklace. Owner
will call at Sheaf office.
WANTEDA carpenter and a brick
layer at the Sheaf office.
FOR SALEA piano. Apply to Mrs.
W. R, Haney.
FOR SALESeven sow May pigs.
Robert Kennedy, R. 1, Warren,
FOUNDA pocketbook containing
a sum of money. Loser will call on
Judge P. H. Holm.
%$k FOR RENT gfe.
Good comfortable rooms over Dix
on's Second Hand store, suitable for
small family. 2t
This is the time of the year when every
Business Man, Farmer, Thresher or others,
handling sums of money, should have a check
account with a Good Bank. It is the only safe
and convenient method of handling your
Our facilities for taking care of this class
of business are unexcelled and each account is
welcome, whether large or small.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. L. WOOD, Cashier
Who are You?
Did you ever notice with bow much respect is held the
young man with a bank account? He is in an entirely
different class from the young fellow who carries his
money in his pocket. The one is known as a conservative
young business man whose prospects for success are
quite evident. Th other is considered a spend-thrlft
who has yet the principles of industry to learn. Young
man, half your success is assured the moment you open
a bank account There will be the changing point in your
career. There's where you cease to be the "kid" and
enter the "young business man" class. Here you are no
longer Sam Smith's boy, but the younger Mr. Smith.
Come in and let us start you on the road to success.
L. M. OLSON. Cashier.
Copyncht 1W b7 C. E. Zimmerman Co.No. 48
fyjONEY in the Bankgrows
fast. Dollars pile up on top of the
other and the habit of saving, acquir-
ed so easily, is constantly stimulated
by the ever increasing effect of ii
State Bank of Warren
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