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GATHERED FROM THE
Go to the BazaarThe Busy Stora,
For quick kodak finishing take your
films to the Raveling Studio.
~"ff you despise what the Germans do,
let your savings help fight them.
Buy your dresses, kimonas, corsets,
suits and coats from The Peoples
Mrs. B. Knudtson, of Maza, N. D., ar
rived Eriday for a visit with friends
and relatives here.
Mrs. McPheeterf, of Redwood Falls,
is here for an extended vMt at the J.
A. Lindsey home in'this city.
The Catholic Ladies Aid will meet
at the home of Mrs. James Wavra on
Thursday afternoon, July 11th. All
The annual meeting of the Stock
holders of The Farmers Mill & Elevator
Co. of Warren, Minn, will be held at
the Commercial Club rooms on"the 8fh
day of July, 1918 at 8 -00 p. m. for the
purpose of electing officers and trans
acting, any other business thafc^mav pro?
perly comer Before said meet^g.
'Farmers Mill & ^flev$j
G.^Bf N$d, JIgr.
Fo the Nation
It is of more vital importance than ever before that every
American citizen save all he possibly can during these
trying times. The President has emphasized this point
repeatedly and every good American citizen should
The greatest help towards systematic saving is the estab-
lishment of a savings account.
In this the officers of this bank will be pleased indeed to
help at any time you desire to consult them.
STAT E BAN
AUG. A. JOHNSON Cashier.
Blood poisoning is a thing much to be fear-
Have your kodak finishing done at
the Raveling Studio.
Chas. Loeslie, of Radium, attended to
business matters in the city Saturday.
Rev. C. G. Gronberg, of Strandquist.
was a business visitor in the city last
A card has been received from Dr.
Borreson stating that he has safely ar
rived in France.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eezar and family
from Middle River, autoed to the city
today to attend the fair.
Miss Eda Swanson returned from a
visit with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Foker,
at the Crookston School of Agriculture
MOTHERS! Why not protect the
children by using milk from a Tu
berclin tested herd?* P. Frost Spauld
ing Farm Go.
The Ladies' Aid of the Norwegian
Lutheran church will meet with Mrs.
Barthold Knutson on Wednesday after
noon, July 10th. All are welcome
C. A. Nelson, cashier of the State
Bank, left Monday evening for Jordan,
Minn., where he will remain about two
weeks taking treatments for rheuma
Charley Snyder returned this week
from Minneapolis, where he has been
attending the State University. Mr
Snyder this year completed the dental
~A"eard has been received from Har
old Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Swa^on, of this city, dated "some
France" on June ,8th, 1918,
ting merely the information
well*a the^me^of wrifc
Dress even your slight wound with our
Buy what you need in the drug line when
you need it from us, and you will get it
WARRE N PHARMAC
THE OID RELIABLE AEXALL STOBE
Ed. Quhigar^ Prop.
Mrs. R. Mathwig visited friends
at Stephen last Friday.
Mrs.'Join Nelson and son, of Viking,
are in th$$cit today consulting a doc
Dr. Melby and family of Thief River
Falls, visited-at the Grindeland home
Mr. and Sirs. Frank Samuelson, of
Adams, N. D., visited relatives in the
William Newmann returned this
morning from the cities, where he has
been visiting for a short time,
Miss Agnes Hilleboe has returned
from Grand Forks. She is spending
her vacation at her home in the city,
Mrs. Frank Truhn was called .to
Park Rapids Friday, by the serious ill
ness of her father. He died after her
The Ladies Aid society of the Nor
wegian Lutheran church of Alma will
hold an auction sale on Saturday after
noon, July 13th, at one o'cock at the
Gust Wiekman has traded his pool
hall and confectionary in Thief River
Falls for a farm east from "that city
and is now spending his time with his
family in Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. John* Johnson, of Nel
son Prfrk, were in the city the latter
part of last week. Mrs. Johnson was
here to receive medical treatment at
the Warren hospital.
Mrs. J. G. Ryan accompanied by her
two children arrived Monday from
Bemidji, for a visit with her brother,
G. W. Smith, and sister, Mrs. Oscar
Peterson, of this city.
The ladies of the Melo church, will
have their annual sale on July 10th,
at 1:30 p. m., at Ole Gjerde's. Lunch
and ice cream will be sold in connec
tion. Everybody invited.
Dr. and Mrs. Karl C. Wold, of'St
Paul, arrived last evening for a visit
at the Aug Lundgren home. They
made the trip by auto. Alice Lund
gren, who has been visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Wold, for some weeks, ac
companied them home.
Mrs. S. B. Lund, of this city, is
suffering with eye trouble and has the
sympathy of many friends in her
afflictions. Mr. Lund says that she
can hardly see at all today and that it
will be necessary to consult an oculist
in the hope of getting relief.
Edward and Frank Staska, who are
employed in a munition factory at
Stillwater, arrived at their home in
Angus on Monday4
of this week. The
boys have been to Warren to see their
many friends here. They expect to
leave for Stillwater the latter part of
Mrs. N. E. Bystrom and son, Gerald,
of Great Falls. Mont., arrived last Sat
urday, for an extended visit with rela
tives and friends in Warren and vi
cinity It is about a year now since
they moved away from Warren. Mrs.
Bystrom says her husband is kept very
busy as travelling" auditor for the lum
ber concern by which he is employed
and is enjoying his work.
William, T- ,Johnson and family
motored over from Enderlin, N. D,
Sunday for a visit with Mr. Johnson's
father, C. J. Johnson, and with rela
tives and friends here and elsewhere
in he county. '^Willie" as he wa* al
ways called wheri. he grew up in War-
^e% as )a boy, isistffl as, happy and
Jsheerfig as *ver. fee left for his. h$me
*n- MoHday," but the family remained
for a longer visit.
The Kilties' Band of Grand Forks
passed thru Warren in automojjiies
fhfr J&ijB^j0!ktJIW rf|j| tb^the Hal
mbtrow. They stepped out of their
cars at the Taralseth corner for a few
minutes and played a few pieces, one
of which was a selection on the bag
pipe. Clad in their checkered kiltie
uniforms the band will prove quite an
attraction at any fair.
John Harrison, a son of Mr. and
Mrs. August Johnson, pioneer settlers
of Vega, arrived last week for a visit
at his old home and with his old
friends. He is now residing at Ogema,
Wisconsin. As a young man when liv
ing here he took active interest in the
political and social affairs of his town
ship and the county and where he now
lives he also takes great interest in the
economic and moral betterment of the
community. Mr. Harrison had not
seen Warren for seven years and says
he sees a great growth both in the
city and the country.
The attention of our readers is called
to the announcement of the Florida
East Coast Railway Co. in this issue of
our paper. Most of us know that
Florida's climate^ is the most perfect,
and its soil the most fertile, but it
will be welcome news to the many
sufferers from rheumatism in the
Northwest to know that in Florida they
promptly get rid of their trouble. This
is because of the glorious, even climate
the year round and the many medicinal
springs. Getting a crop in Minnesota
and North Dakota is a good thing
but in Florida you get three to four
fine crops a year. Given perfect
climate and moderately good soil, and
production in Florida is only limited
by the wisdom and energy of the people
who do the cultivating. By the way,
sunstroke is unknown in Florida.
Nearly everything grown in the tem
perate zone grows to perfection in Flor
ida. It is the bee-keeper's paradise.
No such crops of vegetables and deli
cious fruits are raised elsewhere in the
United States. Florida's oranges,
lemons, and grapefruit are the best in
the country. Even as a stock-raising
state Florida will soon lead all others,
being blessed with the most important
factors in stock-raising, mild climate,
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Phoe^Irfveloplng and printing, quick
""^fiss%lla. Olson has returned from a
visit With, ^friends at International
A whole carload of Road Culverts,
air sizes, received by Lundgren, Witten-
A'marriage license has been issued
to Gus,t W. Anderson and Ella Esther
Dr. Ed. Bratrud and wife, of Fertile,
are visiting with Dr. T. Bratrud in this
Miss Hilray Swanson, of Hallock, is
visiting at the home of S. B. Lund in
Guy Hilleboe of Minneapolis is visit
ing at the home of his uncle J. S.
HfUetflte this week.
Miss Gravelle, the dressmaker, went
to Grand Forks via the Soo railroad
this morning to spend the Fourth.
Wm. Juring has purchased the C. I.
Svennnig residence property in this
city and will occupy same with his
We have the best shoe department in
town, with the biggest and best stock.
Expert shoe man in charge.The Peo
George Kezar arrived from Thief Ri
ver- Falls Sunday, to spend a number
of days visiting friends and relatives
in* this vicinity.
Iver Allen, of Churches Ferry, N. D.,
is' here visiting relatives and friends,
including his good old mother, Mrs.
Otto Allen, of Radium.
Miss Alida Hage, of Crookston, is
visiting at the home of her brother,
Rasmus Hage, for a few days. She has
also visited her sister, Mrs. John Allen,
Mrs/ H. Sandvick of Sandstone,
Minn, is spending the week at the
Prytz home. Mrs. Prytz returned to
her home Saturday from Duluth and
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Olson and family
and Mrs. A. Anderson and son Clifford,
visited relatives and friends at Adams,
N. D, last week. The trip was made
Mr. and Mrs. Leadore Capistran and
family and Miss Pen a Olsen, autoed
from Crookston Sunday to visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ceder
lund of Warrenton.
Julius J. Olson and family left in
their car Monday morning for thenr
summer home on Lake Miltona,
Douglas county, where they will spend
a month's vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morrison and
Walter, of Gamsboro, Sask., Mrs. Chas.
Olsofr, of Big River, Sask., and Mrs
Wm. Garden, of Landa, N. D, motored
to Warren in the Morrison car, and
will visit at the Iver'Winberg home in
Richard Olson, a son of Peter Olson,
of this city, returned home yesterday
from Fort Bayard, New Mexico, where
he served in the IT. S. cavalry. He
had the misfortune of being kicked by
a horse some time ago, receiving in
^ttries^ that incapacitate lum foj mili
tary 'serviee^and for tha,t reason has
^een given an libnorable' discharge.
News have reached this "city that
Clayton^Olson, of Argyle, a. brother of
Mrs. H. B. Taralseth, was wounded by
l^hTapne^in- France on June 8th. Paul
jJRyanr also of Argyle, has been gassed.
Both boys are at hospitals in Paris
and word has been received that they
are getting along nicely and will soon
be ready to go to the front again, more
determined than ever to give "Fritz"
his finishing touches.
Charles Swanson, of Vega, has
shown himself to be an expert marks
man, especially when allowed to use
the weapon that he has handled
for many years. Last Friday a large
lynx made its appearance about the
farm, terrifying the cattle and arous
ing the wrath of the good old farm dog.
Not having a gun, Mr. Swanson ap
proached the annimal with a pitchfork
and succeeded in finding a vital spot.
This is the first lynx that has been re
ported in this vicinity for a great many
ADDITIONAL WANT ADS
Too Late to Classify
FOUNDA sum of money on June
21st. If not claimed by July 10th
this money will be turned over to the
local Red Cross.R. C. Mathwig,
Chairman Committee on Arrangements.
LOSTOne side curtain for Stude
baker car. Leave at telephone central
and reqeive reward.
FOR SALESeveral work horses,
weight from 1200 to 1500 pounds, age
from 4 to 9 years.Charles Loeslie,
Radium. HORSES FOR SALEI have more
horses than I need, the very best that
I can find myself. Would like- to sell
4 to 6 at present. 19 to pick from.
See Gotfrid Erickson, at camp 3 miles
north of Warren.
M. J. BERGET
Success in Farming
Every farmer in the vifcinity of Warren realizes that to-
day more than ever, success depends upon practical, up-
to-date methods, not only in farming but in handling the
proceeds of the farm's output.
Depositing money in the bank and paying by check has
been proven to be the safest and most efficient way.
Every"consideration and courtesy is extended to our
friends, whether the account is large or small. Pay us
a visit at your earliest convenience. We shall be glad to
State Bank of Warren
Saturday, July 6 Service at the home
of Art Haldm at Vega at 2 o'clock,
when Student Johnson, of North
Park College, of Chicago will speak
Sunday, July 7 Morning service at
10 30 Sunday school at 11 45 Even
ing service at 8 Gust Johnson will
speak at these services
Thursday, July 11 Ladies' Aid meets
at the home of Jonas Peterson at 2
The Young Peoples' Societv also
meets at the same place at 8 p. m.
The receipts of both the afternoon
and evening will go to help the Mis
sion work among the soldiers.
Card of Thanks.
We do hereby extend our most sin
cere thanks to all neighbors and friends
who so kindly assisted ns during the
last sickness and at the funeral of our
dear husband and father, and also for
the beautiful flowers that were con-
tributedMrs. John F. Carlson and
Total Resources Over
one half million dollars.
O. H. TARALSETH, President H. L. MELGAARD, Vice Pres.
C. A. NELSON, Cashier. H. C. MATSON, Ass't Cashier.
O. H. Taralseth H. L. Melgaard
Andrew Grindeland R. B. Taralseth
C. A. Nelson
THE CHURCHES I
Sw. Ln. Church of Warren.
S. W. SWENSON, Pastor.
Services in Warren next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Services at Warren first and third
Sunday of each month. Services at
Oslo second and fourth Sunday of each
Scandinavian 91. EL Church.
K. WINBERG. Pastor.
Sunday, July 7 Morning service at
10*45 Evening- service at 8 o'clock.
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
All are welcome
Swedish Mission Church
C. W. OLSON. Pastor.
N. E. Lofquist and sons, Albin and
Hartvig, of Augsburg, were in town
yesterday attending to business before
the local board.
The ladies of the Eastern %tar gave
a pleasant reception to Mrs. R. C.
Mathwig at the home of A. N. Eck
strom on Monday evening, about 25 or
30 being present. Mrs. Mathwig was
presented with a beautiful silver fruit
spoon as a remembrance of the occa
[THE STRENGTH OFfl Bfl/IK
strength of a bank depends
primarily upon the ease and
speed with which it can make its
assets available in cash when needed.
Because of our membership in the
Federal Reserve System, we can at
any time instantly obtain cash by
rediscbunting with the Federal Re
serve Bank the commercial paper
which constitutes a large part of our
This in effect increases our available
reserve and insures our being able to
meet demands for cash at any time.
FIRST NATIONAL BANE
H. L. WOOD, President
R. E. THOMAS, Cashier
RED CROSS NOTES
By Mrs. P. P. Bernard
There is a lull in the sewing room.,
except for the swish swash of the^
calcimining and paint brushes, but the
knitting work is going on quite as us
ual. All the active knitters are supply
ing themselves with yarn to use during
Where, oh where, are those girls whov
were so anxious to begin knitting'
A few ladies and girls are helping
out on the afghan squares, but not as
many as I should like, not as many as
The Surgical Dressings classes will
not meet until Monday, July 8th Af
ter this short rest we hope our work
ers will be ready to work harder than
We now have registration cards for
this department Thirty-two houis'
work, registered, entitles a person to a
cross to be worn on the aprou. Seven
work will give the per
son an additional cross to be worn on
Our allotment of dressings for July
?nd August this county i as fol
2,000 Compresses: 200 paper-back
pads 200 Oakum pads. 100 split irri
Mr. A. N Eckstrom has donated
printed paper strips to be used for se
curing and labeling the packages of.
Beginning with July 8th. the surgi
cal dressings classes will meet in the
Grand Jury room.
Now on Sale
E. L. Tornell