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Bran, per ton 20.00
Shorts, per ton 22.00
Ground feed, per ton 32.00
WitttfrPa.i anil Pinr IWiutmuii,^*^
J. P. Lein earns in from H4t yester
day and left this morning for Argyle
te rim friends.
:-iSamples of Ladies Skirts and Suits,
Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Suits
at H. & H.'s RadSum.
Cooking under modem methods and con
veniences is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested.
"These biscuits are delicious this cake is
excellent/' says the father. I made them/*
says the daughter, and both father and
daughter beam with pleasure.
Royal Baking Powder has made home
baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
the best cooking today the world over is
done with its aid.
at 25 per eeat BMcoua&M
k Ai fiairtiiv Thll Hiver Fails,
b 3 QBsofr'was out~trhis farnrim
Prank E. Dahlgren, the Alvarado
banker, was here Tuesday.
Lars Sundin, of Alvarado, was a
Warren visitor over Sunday.
R. McMahon, of Stephen, was a
business visitor here Monday.
13. Tragardh, of Minneapolis, spent
"Tuesday with Oscar Wahltmd.
Walter Miller, of Angus, spent Sun
day Here witlL ffis^tfokherShd sisters,
A. G. Bylin, of Norton. N. D., visited
at the home of I*, BE Ofeeayeafterctey.
Alvln E. Mittnen wmi in 11 from Be^i
mMfi Sunday tor yfstf the' folks at
16 lbs. Cane Granulated Sugar at?
Standard No. 1 Coffee per lb.
Amber Coffee, per lb.
Turban Coffee, per tt.
East Side |i4-
18 lbs. Beet Granulated Sugar at
Bakerized Barrington Hall Coffee, per lb.
Coffee will be served Thanksgivnig
Day to friends and customers whto call
at H. & H.'s Radium.
O. F. Wilson went to Argyile this
morning to look after the Robertson
Lumber Go.'s interests there.
C. O. Bystrom came over from
Grand Porks Saturday for a visit at
home and with Warren friends.
Caps, Sweaters, Wool Shirts, Under
wear, Union Suits, Warm Footiwiear,
Leggins, etc., at H. & H.'s Radium.
Miss Florence Keasar returned Stait
urday from an extended visit with rel
atives and friendB in North Dakota.
Mr. Forde, of Minneapolis, is visit
ing at the home, of his sister, Mrs. A.
Grlndelaadi fiee:tfc~Sp days tfcte week.
Thg'W4iweMyMam8iPor will 'begin its
rehearsaf eax^v in December. A con
cert may^ be given later in the -winter.
Mrs. S. J. Swanson, of St. Hilaire,
visited last Friday with Mrs. G. H.
Palmer at the Green Mountain Stock
Mrs. McGlimch returned to Miflot,
N. D., this morning after a visit at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. O. H. Tar
A G. Ostrom and family have mov
ed in from the farm and/taken nos
$esstou.f tfieir home in'town for tht
F. C. Bakke and McDon-
yesterdayGeorge morning from
a ten days' hunt in the
country to the east of us.
Rrestdteg^BTder J. Sanaker, of Min
neapolis is.visiting the Scandinavian
M. B. church here this week. This
morning he and' Rev. Kvisgaard went
to Alvarado to ccell^m friends.
We publish complete election re
turns for Mairshall county this week.
Cut out and preserve for future refer
ence, if you are interested in politics.
This is only a few
Fresh Bgge aiways on head. Distributors of Old Faithful Fancy
Groceries and Canned Goods |T^ ^i* v ^4*1'..:**%
District Court will convene next
Monday. The grand jury is summoned
to appear on Monday and the petit
jury on Tuesday. 'JK-~"~'-\*
iOld time revival meetings, conduct
ed by Evangelist Rev. Lyman Brough,
will be held at the Scandinavian M. E.
church every evening next week at
7:3Q p. m. y^f-
County Auditor A. H. Fasel, of Pen
nington county, was here Tuesday
conferring with County Auditor Lund
gren about matters pertaining to Judi
cial Ditch No. 14.
John Henry Dommen, of Stephen,
and Bertha M. Rasmussen were uni
ted in marriage last Thursday at the
Swedish. Lutheran parsonage, the Rev.
F. N. Anderson officiating.
H. I. Golden is erecting a small
building filling the space between the
Svennnig building and the jewelry
store. For the present it will be used
by Emil Toroell as a furniture ware
A feed grinding outfit is a paying
investment for the farmer. We nave
all the sizes and makes that you need
from $125.00 and up to $200.00. Call in
and see us about terms.Lundgren,
Wittensten & Co.
Erick Torgrimson and Hans Tor
grimson, of Grand Meadow, Minn., ar
rived last Friday for a brief visit with
their sister Mrs. O. C. Bratrud and
their nephews, the Drs. Bratrud, and
Great Western and Litchfield Man
ure Spreaders at reduced prices, one
year without interest. Call in and get
your machine now from Lundgren,
Wittensten & Co.
C. E. Stenquist has bought Ole Pet
erson's jewelry stock at Stephen and
will continue the business. He is an
experienced man at the trade and will
be a valuable acquisition to Stephen
To prove that they actually got a
deer, Clarence Shultz and Oscar Wah
lund were hosts Tuesday evening,
when they served a venison roast to a
score of young men. The boys re
port a very good time.
C. S. DaMquist, postmaster of Bau
dette, visited at the home of hie par-,
ents here last Friday on his way home
from Fergus Falls, where he had been
as a witness for the government in a
postal depredation case.
Rev. Gronberg and wife, of England
are rejoicing over the arrival of a ba
by girl, who came last Sabbath to
make her permanent Home with them.
Mother and daughter are getting along*
The Indies of the Swedish Luther
an-church kindly ask everybody to, re-'
member their annual "lut-ftsk" sup
per at the opera house on Tuesday
evening, Nov. 26. Supper ready at
E-00 o'clock. Adults 35 cents chil
dren's cents. ,f
George B. Aiton, Inspector of State
High Scnools, visited the -Warren
He^atated to the
Sheaf that the high school is very
much crowded in its present quarters
and suggested that room for the agri
cultural department be obtained else
The -fine- "weather- with 'which we
have been blest, during the past few
weeks, has ^given the farmers a chance
to get much of their fall work dome.
Farmers are now plowing today It is
not often that such work can be done
as late as this.
E. O. Natwick, C. S. Hull, George
Cheney and Frank Wood are expected
home today from two weeks' hunting
trip in the vicinity of Benwood, Ro
seau county. Mr. Natwick has writ
ten home tfhat he shot one deer last
Saturday the only big game that had
been secured by 'the party up to the
time of writing.
"Tales from the Minnesota Forest
Fires," is a well illustrated little
.book describing the awful catastro
phy at, Baudette and surrounding
country. The author is Esther E
Larson, a rural school teacher, and
she gives her'-persbnal experience in
telling the story. Price $1.00 at the
SbSaf Book Store.
Tne Stockholders,of tftie 'Warden
Buflding & Loan Association will hold
their annual meeting on Deo. 2nd,
1912,* at 8 o'clock- P. M. at the Secrel
tary's: office, for the purpose,lot elect
ing three Directors and for the trans?
action of other1
properly come before said,meeting.
"Dated at Warren, Minn:, this 15th
day of Nov.", 1W1.* f^ff^'\
2t "T", 'Albin ^roung, Sec'V.
MT that can run on a rtngle traal
ad mslwtaia its equilibrium thvoagb
tbe centrifugal force of a heavy re
TOtrlng wheel has been completed bj
Professor W. B. Brooke of the ool
lege of engineering of the Untrentti
of Minnesota. A small electric motoi
*s- used In starting the wheel spin
nlng and this will not run down foi
several minutes. Professor Brook*
will stretch a wire across the Mis
sisslppi river and run the oar on It
SWEDISH LUTHERAN CHURCH
lh P. N. Anderson, Pastor.
Sunday school 10 a .m. Service 7:30
p. m., Nov. 24.
SWED. LUTH. CHURCH OF VEGA.
i$% F. N. Anderson, Pastor.
Sunday school 10:30 a. m. Service
11 a, m., Nov. 24
GERMAN LUTH. ZION8 CHURCH.
^Rev. Witt. Bramscher, Pastor.
Service at Radium Sunday, Nov.
24 at 10:30. All are cordially invited
NORVY. LUTH. CHURCH
N W. Knudteen, Pastor
Services Sunday Nov., 24th. At Melo
11 a. m. and Warren 7:30 p. m. All
LUTHERAN SYNOD CHURCH
.rv... P. F. Kjorlaug, Pastor
English service at Radium Sunday,
Nov. 24, 2:30 p. m. and at Warren in
the evening at 7:45. All are welcome.
SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH
F. L. Larson, Pastor
Sunday, Nov. 24: Morning ser
vices 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 12.
Evening services 7:30 p. m. The presi
dent of the Swedish Ev. Covenant of
America, Rev. E. G. Hjerpe, from Chi
cago, 111., will preach both morning
and evennig. All welcome.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
.^yu .Frank L. Erlougher, Pastor.
Communion Sunday. A short ser
mon. Subject: "The Ground of Privi
lege" followed by the administration
of the Lord's Supper, 10:30. Sunday
school 11:45. Senior Epwarth League
0:45. Preaching, subject: "A Great
Reason for Loving God" 7:30. A cor
dial welcome awaits you. Come.
i Moses M. Maxwell, Pasto
Services at 10:30 a. m. and at 7:30
p. m. Rev. R. S. Sidebotham, Pastor
Evangelist of Adams Presbytery, will
preach morning and evening. Sunday
school after morning services. All cor
union Thanksgiving services at the
Presbyterian church Thursday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. Rev. Erlougher of
the Methodist church, will preach the
sermon. All invited.
SCANDINAVIAN M. E. CHURCH
iQustav Kvlagaard, Pastor
there will be held a service at the
church Friday evening this week at
TiiO p. m. The first quarterly confer
ence will be held at the close of this
service. Sunday morning service at
10:30 a m. Sunday school at 2 p.
Evening service at 7:30 p. m. District
Supt Rev. Jas. Sanaker wiH preach at
the services Sunday, and Friday even
ings. "Old time" revival meetings will
at' 7:30^p. m. next week conducted by
Evangelist Revf Lyman Brough. All
are cordially invited to attend all our
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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 The other is considered a epend-thrift.
who has yet the principles of industry to learn. Young
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Coprrirht 1909, br f. 7.-. fTn- -v. 24
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Why don't you start to save now so you will fee ready
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^^^^^Warren Minnesota ?^"V"\.'""
President. O. H. Taralsetta.
Cashier. C. A. Nelson.
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Vice-President. H. 1+ Melsaard.
Ass't Cashier. A. T.Idstug.