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*V your, grocer for Cal
umet BakingPowder and be
Sure thatyou get itthe In
dianheadontheorangelabel. Iphen forget about bake
day failures. For you will
never have any. Calumet
always produces the sweet
estandmostpalatablefoods. And novo retnernberJyovL
alwaysuselessthan of most
other brands because it pos
sesses greater leavening strength.
If yon go avr7 on visit your
friends will be Interested In know
ing about It. Call S8Tle Sheaf
and gflre us the facts.
Look for your name in the Strand ad.
P. Wasson, who farms near
Argyle, was a business visitor here
All Blue Label records, formerly
priced at $1.00, are now sold at &5
cents.E. L. Toruell.
Miss Anna Olson left last Thursday
for Crookston on account of the illness
of her sister, Mrs. Martin Kuutson.
Ed. Rosendahl "will hold a big auc
tion sale on Wednesday, March 9th.
Watch for further announcements next
Miss Ottine Rokke, postmistress at
Strandquist, was among the out of town
visitors at the school held here by the
League of Women Voters.
Viola Pederson, Omelia Teske, Oliver
Ostlund, Lawrence Swandby and Ray
mond Pederson accompanied the high
school basket ball team to Thief River
Falls last Friday night to witness the
contest between the Thief River Falls
team and the local boys.
There is no waste. If a
GATHERED FROM THE
cups of flourhalf a cup Of
milk that's all you use.
You never have to re-bake.
Contains only such ingre
dients as havebeen officially
approved by U. S. Food AuthoritieL
4s the product of the largest, nidi*
modern and sanitary Baking Pow
der Factories In existence.
Pound can of Calumet contains fell
16 oz. Some baking powderscome in
12 oz. instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure
you get a pound when you want it
The Event of the Season
4 cups sifted
flour, 4 leveltea-
salt 2 eggs, 2
cups of sweet
Go to The BazaarThe Busy Store.
Chas. Chaplin at the Strand Friday
A. -E. Carlson, of Radium, was in
Warren on Monday attending to busi
Miss Elizabeth Hanson spent Tues
day at Stephen in the interests of her
work as county nurse.
A large assortment of chocolate
creams and hard candies has just been
received at Holan's Confectionary.
Miss Irene Baugh spent Sunday in
Thief River Falls visiting with friends,
returning to Warren Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Taralseth return
ed to Warren Friday morning from
Minneapolis, where they attended the
Ole Olson, from near Newfolden, Jeft
Friday on his return to his home after
a several days' visit with friends in
Warren and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Taralseth return
ed last Thursday morning from Minne
apolis, where they had spent some time
visiting and attending the auto show in
The Mothers' club will meet ue::t Fri
day afternoon, Feb. 25th, at three
o'clock in the library room at the high
school, according to an announcement
of the secretary.
Miss Gwendolyn Bueche entertained
the Epworth League of the M. E. church
at its monthly meeting at her home
Tuesday night. A dainty lunch was
served at the conclusion of the meet
Pequot Pillow Tubing, 42-inch,
-stock again, at K. J. Taralseth Co.'s
F. A. Severin left last Thursday to
relieve the cashier of the depot at
Miss Edith Erickson entertained a
number of friends at her home Tues
day Tuesday evening.
Miss Margaret Patterson and Miss
Lillian Black-spent Saturday visiting
with friends in Alvarado.
Ed. Rosendahl will holdja big auc
tion sale on Wednesday, March 9th.
Watch for further announcements next
Mrs. Charles L. Olson entertained
twelve of her women friends last Fri
day afternoon. A dainty luncheon was"
served at five o'clock.
N. O. Stadum and G. M- Samuelson
attended-the O. R. T. meeting held in
Crookston Tuesday night returning io
Warren on Wednesday morning.
J. N. Smith of Carver, Minn., was a
visitor in Warren on Monday and spent
some time visiting with L. A. Bueche,
whose former home was at Carver.
Leonard Houske, of Ualstad, one of
the state dairy and food inspectors of
this district, spent Thursday and "Fri
day of last week on business, in War
Miss Dagny Erickson, who teaches at
Crookston, and her sister, Esther, who
teaches at Angus, spent Sunday at the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
K. E. Hagen, of j&rygla, was a visit
or in Warren on Monday. He is.. a
former resident of Warren and has for
the past six years been engaged in
business at Grygla.
Friday night the Warren eighth
grade will play theArgyle eighth grade
basket ball team at Argyle. All of the
local eighth grade children are plan
ning on attending the game.
The high school sophomores and
juniors held a tobboganing party after
the lyceum number on Monday night
The tobboganing was followed by lunch
and dancing at Holan's confectionery,
Miss Loretto C. Newman, executive
secretary of the Marshall County Child
Welfare board, left Monday evening for
Walker, Minn., where she took a child
for treatment at the sanitorium at that
C. E. Sjostrand returned Wednesday4
inorning from Thief River Falls, where
he had gone on Monday night to attend
the annual mpeting of the Red River
district of the Swedish Lutheran church
on Tuesday. He represented the North
Star college at the meeting and sub
nutted a report of the work of the in
.7. T. Owens, of Minneapolis^_repre
senting the Fidelity Land Co. of Clear
Lake, Iowa, will be at Hotel Warren
for a short time for the purpose of
listing farm lands for selling season of
1921. Mr. Owens has had some fifteen
years experience in handling land in
the Red River Valley and the past Jive
years has worked almost entirely in
Marshall county. If you wish to. sell
give him a call.
Potato Seed Plots
Are To Be Urged
As a means of stimulating interest
in growing potatoes of highest quality
and greatest freeddm from disease, R,
C. Rose, plant extensionist at Univer
sity Farm, has outlined a plaii to coun
ty agents by which potato growers will
be urged to maintain seed plots.
One official plot to be selected for a
community. Mr. Rose will be on hand
at planting time to assist the agent in
demonstrations in seed selection and
treatment. He will also visit the plots
at blossoming time, and when the crop
is ready to harvest he will make a
third visit to check over' results which
will be discussed at the winter meet
"The seed plot," says Mr. Rose,
"gives the grower opportunity to con
centrate on a small area, thus enabling
him to produce a stock that is healthier
and more vigorous than he could ob
tain with the same effort on a larger
field. At present there is strong indi
cation that all growers wha apply for
certification will be required to main
tain a seed plot as part of their de
As it is. necessary to limit the num
ber of counties that can be assisted, in
this work, county agents should lose no
time in getting in communication with
Mr. Rose. -_
Friday and Saturday
in] For the., latest records call at E. L.
I Tornell's new music room.
See the last episode of "The Lost
City" and Wallace Reid, at the Strand
Andrew Anderson has taken over the
hauling of the mail from an trains to~
and from the post office.
Mrs. N. O. Stadum, who has been
ill for over a week, has been rapidly
improving during the past few days.
On March 1st E. L. Tornell will put
on sale a limited supply of Columbia
Blue Label records at only 59 cents
Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand returned Satur
day night from a short visit with her
sisters, Mrs. N. A. S. Miller and Miss.
Esther Asplund, at Adams, N. D.
Miss Lucille McCarthy entertained
the Queen Esther society at her home
on Monday night of last week. Games
were played and lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dishingtou left
Saturday night for St. Paul, where Mr.
Dishington expected to attend the State
Highway Engineer's convention being
Hans Lindberg was a delegate from
the local Swedish Lutheran church to
the annual meeting of the Red River
district of the church at Thief River
Falls on Tuesday.
Arthur Bergo, of Montevideo, Minn.,
has spent the past week visiting at the
home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Swandby. He expected to
leave for his home on Thursday.
Gustaf Holmgren and Oliver Thorson
returned to Warren last Saturday after
having attended the six-weeks dairy
course given at the University of Min
nesoa Agricultural school at St. Paul.
A number of the school children in
the lower grades have been vaccinated
during the early part of the week for
smallpox. Those who have not been
vaccinated are being kept out of school.
Rev. S. W. Swenson went to Thief
River Falls Monday night, where he
preached the opening sermon at the an
nual district meeting of the Red River
district of the Swedish Lutheran
church held there Tuesday.
Mrs. Lola Cassidy and Mrs. J. P.
Easton entertained about eighteen
ladies at progressive whist last Satur
day afternoosn- at the, home of Mrs.
S Eneha wo the
first prize and Mrs. L. Lamberson was
awarded yie consolation prize. An ex
cellent lunch was served after the card
playing. What Mrs. Brenninger, of New York,
Says About Rat Poison.
"Tried preparations that kill rats,
but RAT-SNAP is the only one that
prevents disagreeable odors after kill
ing. Also like RAT-SNAP because it
comes in handy cakes, no' mixing with
other food. You don't have to dirty
your hands, it's the best for household
use." Try RAT-SNAP. Three sizes,
35c. 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed
by Warren Pharmacy and Peoples Trad
KILL THAT COLD
take a hot cupful of
BULGARIAN BLOOD TEA
Increase the blood circulation, fluih flw
kidneys, stimulate the liver, ward off flu*
grippe and pneumonia. Sold by drugglfta
and grocers everywhere.
This Price Applies to 130
If you've never owned
a Columbia Blue Label
Record, here's your
chance. On March 1st
we put oh sale 130 stand
ard Columbia Records
all made within the last
If you haven't heard them,
you've heard about them from
your friendspopular records
made by Al Johnson* Van and
Schenek, Harry Fx, TeU
Lewis' Jazz Band, etc.
goes around incurring small debts here and theref
Doesn't know hdw he will meet them only knows
they mount up alarmingly fast.
doesn't owe anybody anything yet, but he's running
on a dangerously narrow margin, and wearing him
self out feying to keep up with the game,
saves a little each week from his earnings and puts
it in the bank. He'sfindinga lot that's worthwhile
These represent three characteristic types.
Do you find yourself among them?
We pay four per cent on savings accountTcom
The First National Bank
The Bank of BETTER Service
DEVICE DESIGNED TO CLEAN
SMALL GRAINS AT THRESHING.
A new device known as an aspirator
has been designed by specialists of the
Bureau of Markets, United States De
partment of Agriculture, for cleaning
wheat and other small grains by remov
ing smut, dust, and dockage at the time
of threshing. This device is attached
to the grain delivery spout, and tests
indicate that it removes approximately
one-thirtl of what ordinarily is classed
as dockage. The use of this device will
enable farmers to keep for feed a part
of the seeds and other foreign material
ordinarily hauled to the elevator and
lost to the producer it also improves
the quality of grain by removing from
it a large part of the smut dust and
objectionable foreign material. A re
cleaner, for attachment to the deck of
threshing machines, also designed, gives
promise of being efficient, it is said.
Don't Forget the Auction
Friday, Feb. 25th
Five and a half miles northeast
AUG PETERSON Owner
First National Bank, Clerk. Toby Scheie, Auctioneer
A Checking Account
Many Ladies find it convenient to
pay all their household bills by check.
The check itself is the best receipt on
as l&e pyee'$ endorsement on
the back of the check is positive proof
thatthe bill has been paid.
Mr. J. A. White Says "If You Have An
Automobile, Keep Rat-Snap."
"If I knew about RAT-SNAP list
winter, would have saved $120. My
car was in the garage for a few weeks
during bad weather when I went to
take it out, found that fats had eaten
great holes in two hew tires. Got them
later with RAT-SNAP." Three sizes,
35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
Warren Pharmacy and Peoples Trading
CHICHESTER S PILLS
By this system you have a complete
clothing, food, luxuries, etc.
We solicit your checking account
large or small.
box Mated ith Blue pSEu
DUMOlfD BRAND PILLslforCS
sou mr ORUCGISTSEVERYWHERE