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friend* will be Interested In know
ing nbont 1. Call 38The Shenf
and give n* the facts.
See Warren Pharmacy ad
For the latest records call at E. L.
Tornell's new music room.
F. V. King spent the week end visit
ing with friends in Hallock.
Willie Gunderson, from near Alvar
ado, was a Warren visitor Friday.
Wanted about April 1st, a cook, on
my farm.A Melgard, Warren, Minn.
John Filipi, who lives west of Angus,
was a business visitor in Warren Mon
If you have a farm for sale, call on
J. T. Owens, at Hotel Warren. Home
offices at Clear Lake, Iowa.
A number of Blue Label records,
formerly priced at $1.00, are now sold
at 85 cents.B. L. Tornell.
On March 1st E. L. Tornell will put
on sale a limited supply of Columbia
Blue Label records at only 59 cents
Dr. Orville Meland left Friday night
for Minneapolis where he will attend
several medical clinics at that place.
He will also visit at Rochester before
returning to Warren. He expected to
be gone for a week or ten days.
Miss Loretto^ C. Newman, executive
secretary of the Ch^ld. Welfare board
and Red Cross of Marshall county, left
for Holt and Middle River Monday
night where she will be busy in the in
terests of her work for the rest of the
Will soon be bom.
15he Warren Auctioneer
to Conduct your Sales
For dates and terms, write,
pi'one or wire at my expense
or see your banker.
See Warren Pharmacy ad. 4
A Checking Account
Many Ladies find it convenient to
pay all their household bills by check.
The check itself is the best receipt on
earth, as the.payee's endorsement on
the back of the check is positive proof
that the bill has been paid.
By this system youfiavea complete
record of the amount expended for
clothing, fofcd, luxuries, etc.
We solicit your checking account
large or small.
F. Pihlstrom made a business visit
to Viking last Thursday evening.
Tom Anderson, from near Stephen,!
was a Wairen visitor Thursday.-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tornell, of Vik
ing, ^iifeted in Warren last Wednesday.
Mrs. R. E. Thomas entertained a
number of friends at cards on Tuesday
All roads will lead to t'he high school
gymnasium next Friday night. War
ren vs. Argyle at 7:30 sharp.
If you have a farm for sale, call on
J. T. Owens, at Hotel Warren. Home
offices at Clear Lake,. Iowa.
The Lincoln school, Dist. No. 88,
Mary Taus, teacher, will give a pro
gram and pie social on Friday, March
11th A good time is promised.
The Argyle and Warren high school
basket ball teams will clash Friday
night on the Warren floor in the last
conference game of the season here.
Clover seed should be tested before
it is purchased to determine thepropor
tion of weed seeds and percentage of
germination. Homegrown seed is to be
preferred as it is acclimated.
E. G. Schultz accompanied Cal Far
ley, Humboldt wrestler and A. E. F.
welterweight champion, to Thief River
Falls Monday night, where the wrest
ler met and defeated an opponent $rom
the southern part of the state in two
Fridolph, Dora and Adolph Larson
have returned from Canton, Mississippi,
and will remain here until next fall.
They have been engaged on their
father's farm in Mississippi during the
winter months and will work their farm
northwest of town this summer.
Now is the time to clean your seed
grain, and we have the following Grain
Cleaners: the Winner and Wonder
Mills, for both hand and power. These
machines are guaranteed to give you
satisfaction. Call in and look them
over or bring a sample of your grain
and see how it can be cleaned.Luud
gren Wittensten Co.
MOTHERS! Why not protect the
children by using milk from a Tu
berclin tested herd? P. Frost Spauld
lug Farm Co
f~Red River Valley
The Kenedy Commercial club was
thirty members stronger as he result of
an exceptionally successful smoker
given by that club recently.
A petition of bankruptcy was filed
Jan 31. by William Rutstein and son
of Pembina, bo have conducted gen
eral istore at that place during the past
three ears. The assets of the company
were given at $7,S0o 77 hile the lia
bilities were claimed to be $1J,938 78
The Roseau school boaid has taken
steps for the solution of the problem
of too little school room for the pupils
Plans aie being foimulated towards
submitting the question of raising the
necessary funds by bonding, to the
The village council of Middle River
has been negotiating with the Minne
sota Electric Distributing company for
the furnishing of electric current to
the tillage. A pioposition was laid be
foie the council but rejected
Geoige Millei, the joungei hi other
implicated in the "shooting affair in
which Alfred Fenton of Baudette was
kiled on Jan 25, was acquitted the
jury last week at Bemidji.
The first regular meeting of the St.
Hilaire Community club was held last
Friday evening. Officers were elected
at the meeting and an interesting pro
Go to The BazaarThe Busy Store.
E. A. Silverness, of Rosewood, was in
Warren on business last Thursday.
H. O. Borve was over from Thief Ri
ver Falls on business matters Saturday.
Don't fail to see the splendid line
of Pattern "hats now on display at the
Efriam and Tillie Carlson attended
the funeral of their amount, Mrs. Anna
Dahlstrom, at Alvarado Thursday.
Miss Myrtle Nelson arrived in War
ren from/Viking last week and will be
employed at the Dr. G. S. Wattam
Gifts for every occasion. Our new
stock of China, Glass and Silver Gifts
just arrived, 60c and up.Hooper's
Gift and Jewelry Shop.
The_ easiest things hi the world to
cultivate and grow abundantly are ex
tfavagant habits, and they are mighty
hard things to get rid of, too.
Miss Elizabeth Hanson and Miss
Lenora Anderson will be hostesses to
the Girls' Community club Thursday
night at a meeting Jh the court house.
G. F. Peterson returned Saturday
from South St, Paul, to which place
he had accompanied a shipment of
stock for the Warren Farmers Co-oper
ative Shipping association. Mr. Peter
son also visited with his daughter,
Ruth, who is attending school at St.
Mrs. R. E. Thomas and Mrs. A. A
Ecklund entertained at cards at the
.home of Mrs. Thomas. Whist was play
ed and Mrs. R. E. Hooper won first
prize while Mrs. J. P. Easton was
awarded the consolation prize. A de
lightful luncheon was served following
I LEGION NEWS
Scarlet Poppy Selected.
"On Flanders Fields the Poppies
GroAv," gays- the song but on next
Memorial Day every Legionaire will
wear a scarlet poppy over his heart in
memory of his pals who sleep far off
"beneath the crosses, row on row'V
That isf because the 11)20 Legion Na
tional Convention adopted the Shirley
or scarlet poppy as the Memorial Flow
er of The American legion..
Clyde E. Bingenheimer, a legionaire
of Timiner, N. D., writing to The Amer
ican Legion Weekly, says: "I am a
wounded veteran, unable to work, and
would like to exchange postage stamps
with other former soldiers. Stamp^col
lecting helps pass the time away."
What .say, buddies, let's snow Comrade
Bingenheimer under with some choice
stamps for his collection?
To Lend Money.
The Gilbert Grafton Post of Fargo,
has organized an association to
lend money to North Dakota boys who
need it while waiting for payment of
their state bonus of $2." per month
Because the bonus money is being
laised by a tax. it may take scleral
yoais befoie all bonus claims are set
The Olwoin, Iowa Legion Auxihaij
thought it held the lecoid for the
jouligest auxiluny meuibei when Miss
LOMUC Ladd was em oiled at the age of
llnee minutes, but its a doubtful ques
tion now. for the application and dues
of Miss Jane Gannon of ffie Columbia,
This Price Applies to 130
If you've never owned
a Columbia Blue Label
Record, here's your,
chance. On March 1st
we put on 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 AlJohnson, Van arid
Schenek, Harry Fox, Ted
Lewis' Jazz Band, etc.
The supply is limited. The'
time is limited. Call and get'
1/ those retired popular records
^you've heard so much about
E. L. Tornell,
Ohio, auxiliary were in two days before
the young lady was born. Let's hear
from some of our 165 Minnesota auxil
iary units. 4 j,
The vast growth and influence of The
American Legion can be best realized
by considering that whereas the G. A.
R. tho organized hi 1866, did not come
to be felt as a forceful national organ
ization until about 1890, the Ameri
can Legion, not yet two years old, 4s
already the greatest national force for
good in America, and has enrolled more
than two million members.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There Is
only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness,
and that Is by a constitutional remedy.
HALL'S* CATARRH MEDICINE acts
through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. Catarrhal Deafness Is
caused by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining- of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,, and
when It is entirely closed, Deafness is the
result. Unless the Inflammation can be re
duced and this tube restored to Us nor
mal condition, hearing may be destroyed
forever. Many cases of Deafness are
caused by Catarrh, which Is an inflamed
condition of the Mucous Surfaces.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any
ease of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by HALL'S CATARRH
All Druggists 15c. Circulars free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
D. Farrell, Jeweler
Largest and best selected^tock
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND
JEWELRY, CUT GLASS
to be found in Marshall County,
at prices that are right. A visit
to my store will convince you
thai the above is correct.
Edison Phonographs and Records
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
Fine watch repairing a specialty.
1 Registered Belgian Draft Mare, Daisy
i Belle, Strawberry roan. Sire, Big Ben
9415. Dam, Irvines Sort, 967. Weight
1400. Foaled April 21,1918.
1 Registered Belgian Draft Mare, Mae
Blossom. Sire Barabas 2838 (33882).
Dam, Finches Blossom 732. Weight
1400. Foaled May 7, 1918.
Both these animals were bred by S. H. Phelps,
Minto, N. Dak,
1 team mares, 9 and 10 years old, 3200 lbs,totothin
1 sorrel teamMare 4 -years, Gelding 5 years, 2800
-x lbs.Mare i foal.
1 bay mare, S years old, 1400 lbs., .in foal.
1 .gray mare, 9 years old, 1500 lbs.
1 bay team geldings, 2900 lbs., 5 and 6 years old.
1 bay team geldings, 2900-lbs., 5 and 6 years old.
1 black mare, coming 3 years old, 1300 lbs.
1 22 single disc Van Brunt drill,
with grass seed attachment.
1 26-ft. 5-section Boss, harrow.
2 8-ft Discs with truck.
1 harrow cart
2 7-ft. Deering binders, with trucks.
1 Deering corn'binder, new.
1 Litchfield -Manure Spreader.
1 6-ft. Deering Mower.
1 5-ft Deering Mower.
2 Oliver 14-in. Gang Plows, new,
1 10-ft. McCormick Hay Rake.
RELIEF CAMPAIGN CLOSES.
Marsha^' county's contribution to the
European'Child Relief fund totalled
$637.95 with the close of the campaign
yesterday, according to C. F. Pihlstrom,
chairman in charge of the work in
Marshall county. Most of the money
came through various comniunity, farm
clubs and church organizations, accord
ing to the chairman. There were also
many individual donatiqns.
Mr. Pihlstrom wishes to express his
appreciation for the generous way in
which Marshall county came forward
with contributions to this fund and is
of the opinion that had conditions been
Ed. Rosendahl, Warren, offers at
aun unus\ially fine bvinch of stock
Having rented my farm, I will sell at public auction, at my farm in northeast corner of the City
of Warren, on
Wednesday, March 9,1921
COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP
better flanancially, the county would
have contributed a much greater'
amount to the relief work.
The Shear can save you money on
magazine subscriptions. Let us quote
goes around incurring small debts here and there.
Doesn't know how 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 trying 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
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W_v TIUS DIAMOND BKAXA. A
These represent three characteristic types.
Do you find yourself among them?
We pay four per cent on savings account, com
The First National Bank
The Bank of BETTER Service
FARM MACHINERY AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS
2 Tower Cultivators.
1 Corn Planter with wire.
1 Chatham Fanning Mill.
1 Smut Machine.
2 Hand Corn Shelters.
1 Swill Cart.
1 Wagon with new triple box.
"1 Iron Truck.
1 Wood Truck.
1 14x8 Rack.
1 Top Buggy.
2 Sets Bob Sleighs.
TERMSSums of $10.00 and under, cash. Sums over $10.00, time will be given until Nov.
1st, 1921, on bankable paper drawing 10 per cent interest from date of sale until paid.
FREE N A NOON
TOBY SCHEIE, Auctioneer. WARREN NATIONAL BANK, Clerk.
TUB DIAMOND BBAHD.
Tefc ulktr. _,
ON BRAND PUAS,
A. team road geldings, 3 and 4 years old, 2000 lbs, well
1 bay horse, 5 years old, 1350 lbs.
1 bay horse coming 3 years old, 1200 lbs.
1 sorrel gelding, coming 2 years old.
1 bay mare, coming 2 years old.
3, colts, coming 1 year old.
FIVE REGISTERED SHORT
3 bulls, about 18 months old.
1 bull, 6 months old.
I bull, 3 months old.
Twelve Registered Duroc-Jersey
Sows and Gilts
12 Registered Duroc-Jersey bred sows and
gilti. Due to farrow first part of April.
Full Blood Barred Rock Chickens
10 full blood Barred Rock Cockerels.
5 dozen full blood Barred Rock Hens and
3 Sets Work Harnesses.
1 Set Buggy Harness,
1 New Single Harness.
1 Modern Acorn Range.
1 Round Oak Heater.
1 12-ft. Quarter Sawed Oak Exten
1 10-ft Table.
1 Golden Oak China Cupboard.
1 Power Wash Machine.
And other articles too' numerous to