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Editor and Prop.
Pabllataed Every Wednesday.
1B the Poet Office at Warren
aa Secend Clan Mall Matter.
1 paper of Marshall County.
The change from a Democratic to a
Republican administration took place
at Washington on March 4th. Peace
fully, quietly and with true democratic
simplicity, yet impressively, the reins
government were transferred from
Wilson to Harding. And now the coun
try looks hopefully and with confidence
to the new administration for the di
rection of governmental affairs.
Warren G. Harding becomes presi
dent as the result of the largest vote
given by the people of this country.
Only two other presidents, George
Washington and James Monroe, have
deceived their commissions with such
overwhelming popular indorsement.
The country expects much from
President Harding, much more, indeed,
than it would be possible for any hu
man being, however wise and capable,
to give in the form of public service.
No other'president, perhaps, except
Lincoln, has ever assumed the powers
4 government when the country was.
in, a worse shape, and when greater
problems, both domestic and interna
tional, were pressing for solution.
The re-adjustments made necessary by
the world war and the problems con
nected therewith are still unsettled and
unsolved. It will be the business of the
new administration to bring order out
Of chaos. But we believe that Presi
dent Harding will he_equal to the task.
Ever since he received the nomination
for the great office, he has grown in
public estimation. The people like the
tact, moderation, good* common sense
and above all the humility which he
has displayed in his public utterances
He took the oath of oflice on this pas*
sage from the book of Mieah: "What
dofh the Lord require of thee but to
do justly and to love mercy and to
walk humbly with thy God." The
character of the man, we believe, is
shown by sentiment,expressed in this
passage of scripture. Harding is!hot
likely to develop into an autocrat but
will work in harmony, with 'Congress.
and his Cabinet'% further the best in
terests of,he. country., He has pledged
himself*to serve arid[has invited the
coo-peration of the hundred millions of
the people in unselfish service to, the
republic. With the"blessings, -of .Al-
mighty God upon the, people and their
government, let us hope that a new era
of peace, prosperity and achievement
is about to dawn.
The cabinet chosen by President
Harding is composed of strong and able
men. Not the ablest man that might
have been found has been chosen in
every instance but they are all men of
high standing and well fitted for the
duties which they are called to per
form. The people put their trust in
President Harding and his Cabinet and
iiope that by their efforts and the co
operation of all the citizens of the re
public, confidence and normalcy will re
turn and an era of good feeling and
hrotherly love be. ushered in.
Swedish suasion Charck.
C. W. OL.SOJJ. Pastor.
Thursday. March 10Prayer meet
ing at 7^30 p. in.
Sunday. March 13Morning services
at 10.30 a, in,. Buirtlay school and Eng
lish bible class at' 11:4r. Hong service
-pif- -'i'---. ~J-j
I Sennilhiavian Methodist Church.
P. O. J1AUGUAND. Pastor.
Mid-week services Wednesday even
ing at 8 o'clock.
Saturday evening at 7:00, quarterly
conference business meeting.
itev. Paul Haugen, District Superin
tendent of Red River Valley district,
*"wM"''cdnduct! communion service Sun
day forenoon at 10:45 and preach in
the: evening at 7.30.
^Wednesday, March 16th, at 2:30 p.
m.i the Ladies' Aid will serve good
things to eat in the church parlors.
A cordial invitation to all.
SwfrtUh liHtheran Ohnrch.
-f" a VT. SWENSON. Pastor.
$*he Foreign Mission Society meets
Friday at S p. m.
Sunday, March 13Sunday School
and Bible class at 10 a. m. Services
Se^yiees at Vega at 11 a. m.
P. LYONS. Pastor.
fSeryices at Warren on the first and
third? Sundays at Oslo second and
fflUJSth Sundays. Time 10:30.
t)p0ni Savior's Lnt&eran Cnnrch.
JHAv:j*A. T. TOLLEVS. Pastor.
'Services Sunday evening at the usual
hour, -7:45. Special music.
sLenten services Thursday evening
this week at 7:45 in the Norse lan
The Ladies Aid will be entertained
Thursday afternoon this week by the
Mfcsdames Hans Bakke, Fred Bakke
and Ifc M. Prytz. This being the an
nual business meeting of the aid the
ladies are kindly asked to bring their
-Services with Holy- Communion in
tne^Norse language in Melo at 2:30 p.
si. First M. E. Church
V. P. MITCHELJ-. Pastor.
^Morning worship at 10:30. Sermon,
si_$!e_t. "Introducing our Friends to
.Sunday School at 11:45.
Junior League at 4 p. m.
Bpworth League at 6:45.
Evening worship at 7:30. Sermon in
evening: "The Sin of Doing Nothing."
Ei Passion week services March 20th to
_S7t_if every evening except Saturday,
at 7:80. ^^r
We wish to thank our neighbors and
friends for their kindness and assist
ance during our sale and moving. Al
so for the beautiful gifts presented to
ns.Aug. Peterson and Family.
card of Thanks.
We wish to thank all our friends and
neighbors, who so generously surprised
us tit our home, for the many beautiful
gifts.Mr. and Mrs. Edward^ Nelson.
Card ofe Thanks/
\$"e wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their sympathy, help and
kindness, accorded us during our recent
bereavement at the death and funeral
m' our infant daughter, Dorris Mae,
ahdive i|iso wish to thank the Ladies'
|$# &* Angus for the beautiful flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. EdrOsterloh and Son.
Card of Thanks.
I hereby express my sincere thanks
It the neighbors and friends who .so
pleasantly surprised me Wednesday on
my 65th birthday, also for the sum of
tftjjriey given us.Mr. and Mrs. John
I Warren Markets
grain wa4s Th Warren market on
rather steady during the past seven
days with slight fluctuations in prices
ranging from one -to three cents.
Wheat dropped from $1.42 to $1.40.
Durum advanced from $1.34 to $1.37.
Hax and oats each advanced a cent.
The produce marketremained un
chtiged with the exception that pota
toes fell from $1.50 per 100 pounds to
^.-P^toes, per 100 lbs. 100
Charter No. 11286.
Columnparty Ethe a birthday
last Sunday afternoon, being her eighth
birthday. The following little girls
were the guests: Gladys Styrlund,
Emiline Benson, Evanline Tornell, Mil
dred Nelson, Vivian Knutson, Elsie and
Anhle Larson, Clarice Sorenson. Mul
_rted Samuelson, Ethel Thompson.
THE WARREN NATIONAL BANK
Warren in the State of Minnesota, at the'close of business oh February
BOl*-gar- .rrL:.. ^921.
:__oaus and discounts, including-rediscounts ,__,_r-.:-$4lQ 4o2:g
Notes and bills rediscounted?.:with FederaJ Reserve Bank __ 44,lo4.3^
Overdrafts, unsecured ___.___-.__._--
U.' $. Government securities owned
Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. l)ouds par value) __$ 25,000,00
Pledged as collateral for State or other deposits or bills
payable '___ ?'JS
Owned and unpledged 000.00
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned 846.00
Total II. S. Government securities
Securities, other than IT. S. bonds (not including stocks), owned and
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) __
Value of banking Tiouse, owned and unincumbered
Furniture and fixtures _______
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank '_____
Cash iu vault and net amounts due from national banks
Net amounts due from' banks, bankers, and trust companies in the
United States _________
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank ___
Checks on banks located outside of city or town-of reporting bank
and other cash items
Redemption tund with TL S. Treasurer and due from TJ. S. Treasurer
Interest earned but not collectedapproximateon Notes and Bills
Receivable not past due 7,000.00
TOTAL _____ -*_- $528,040.62
Capital stock paid in ______________ '-_--$ 50,000.00
Surplus fund ___ ___________ _ 10,000.00
Undivided profits __ -U-.- 16,308.66
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid _-_ 5,64f.08
Circulating 'notes outstanding '-_H--_ _________.___
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding ________ __-___-
Individual deposits subject to chec_U
d* ii'it^j 'l**^
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for-money
North Star College rl
Our boys suffered a .defeat at the
hands of the Alvarado basket tossers
last Saturday afternoon. The boys are
coming Friday when the Alvarado
boys ai'e^ coming here for a ^return
The literary' society^ hieetiiig held
last Monday evening was not as well
attended as'was hoped for. The* pro-"
gram for the evening was well rendered
and 1he lunch at the close 1 of the
meeting was greatly enjoyed.
It is to be regretted that Miss Iver?
son, who has made weekly vlsitsihere
for some time giving lessons Jn voice,
has decided to discontinue hfcr Ivork
for the present owing to the fact that
so few pupils have enrolled. .Miss
Iverson has recently accepted a posi
tion with the McPhail School of Music,
Minneapolis, as one of the voice teach
ers for next year. If Miss Iverson can
measure up to the qualification dev
manded at _the McPhail school, we can
readily see that we have lost much in
not supporting her work. During the
years that have passed. it has,-, always
been our policy to give to the people of
Warren and vicinity an opportunity to
pursue work under, good" teachers. Our
good people will agree that such has
been the case.
Rev. S. W. Swenson left for Jgtffl
water, on Tuesday evening to be pres
ent at the annual meeting of the Min
nesota conference of the Swedish
Lutheran church. He expects to return
on Friday morning.
Several new records have!been pur
chased for our Victor machine. Do
nations will be cheerfully acecpted ar
John A. Lundqmst, of Fargo, N. D.,
spent a week visiting relatives and
friends at his former home in town of
Wanger, this county, and also at the
home of his brother, Mr. C. E: Lund-
qUist, in Warren. He left for his home
on Tuesday evening accompanied by
C. E. Lundquist, who will spend a few
days at his brother's home and
take in the sights of the growingr
Report of the Condition of
Certificates of deposit (other than for money" borrowed)_____~
Other time deposits ____---v_-_^--------------r.-
U. S. Government Securities borroVe without furnishing collateral
security for same _ _-
Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank (including all
^obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank _______
Liabilities other than those_ibov stated -y
Liabilities for rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank $ 44,154.36
State of Minnesota, County of Marshallss.
I, Aug. A. Johnson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
ffifeuabove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
AUG. A. JOHNSON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of March,-1921.
J. R. NABSETH,
Notary Public, Marshall County, Minn.
My commission expires March 19, 1021.
Aug..Lundgren, F. Wittensten
"BUYA BARREL OF FLOUR"
This is the slogan adopted bythe Convention
of the Farmers National Grain Dealers Associa
tion. The purpose is to increase the price of wheat
by increasing the demand for flour. Help the cause
along. Buy your barrel NOW.
Pillsbury's or Robin Hood,
handle pure wheat bran and oil meal.
I r^The Weather
Reserve Dist. No.
16,331.21 13,284.69 i
Ask for Diamond gig,
Remember, we also
Last Thursday and yesterday were
the only two days during the past week
that the mercury fell below the zero
mark, ir-^DeSterday it fell to eight below
and on last Thursday to six below.. The
temperatures as compiled "by C. R.
Snyder for" the U. S^ Department of
Agriculture Weather Bureau during the
past seven days is as follows:
March. 5 "_
20 28 25
NOTICE TO PARENTS..
The Board of Education hereby or
ders that all High School students
either show a certificate of vaccination
or a statement from a physician of
previous successful vaccination: Fail
ure to comply withi this order will pre
vent the student from attending school
for a period determined by the Board
The Board further recommends that
all of the pupils in the grades be vac
BOARD OF EDUCATION,
By. Aug. A. Johnson, Sec.
For His Ninth Year in North Dakota
DOES NOT USE SURGERY
Will be at
Monday and Tuesday, March 14 and 15.
Office Hours 9 a. hi. to 4 p. m.
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Charge for Exainination
Dr. Melleiithin is a regular graduate
in medicine and surgery and islicehsed
by the state of North Dakota. He
visits professionally the more import
ant towns and cities and offers to. all
who call on this trip consultation and
examination free, except the expense
of treatment when desired.
According* to his method of treat
ment he does not operate for chronic
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit many wonder
ful results in diseases of the stomach,
liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart,
kidney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
ulcers and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for any
length of time and do not get any bet
ter, do not fail to call, as improper
measures rather than disease are very
often the cause of your long standing
Remember above da.te, that examin
ation on this trip will be free and that
his treatment is different. "i
Address: 336 Boston Block, Minne
apolis, Minn. _.
If you have not
tadiu Warren March Alvarado Oskt Viking *gg ^^Ji^*^-#4?^^
We are conducting a
"special sale on manure
spreaders, small engines
and cream separators, this,
month. 1771 T"
Spauldm BmtarJGKf ICunagfen,Wittensten &Cdi
Mr. and Mrs. James Clausen were
surprised last Saturday evening, Feb.
26th, at their home in Oslo by a large
number of friends. Mr. and Mrs/ Roy
Gowan, a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Bayne, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bayne,
Pete McGilbry, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Shane, Olga Westberg and Christ
Husted were among those present, and
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Hart, Mrs. Mc
Claren, Lawrence Johnson and T.
Bushaw, all of Oslo. It was the 25th
wedding anniversary of Mr., and- Mrs.
Clausen. The chief entertainment of
the evening was danqing and-playing
cards. A delicious lunch was served at
midnight. All had a very enjoyable
evening and Mr. and Mrs., Clausen re
ceived many silver gifts.
FOR SALESix Polled Short Horn
Bulls and eight Poland China gilts.
Must be sold by March 20th. Prices
to suit hard tunes.Wm. C. Miller,
SEED OATS FOR SALE300 bushels
Silver Mine Oats at 55 cents per bushel.
Hans Christopherson, 3 miles east of
M. J. BERGET
H|We Jiave-4t number 6J
cribs to sell Saturday at
Take-a walk out into your fields and you will realize that
spring is nearly here. Are you Keady? Are your drills ready, to
put on theiand? Perhaps you will need a new drill this spring.
We are sure that we have the one you vill want. Come in and look
MOTHERS! Why not protect the
children by using milk from a Tn
berclin tested herd? P. Frost Spauld
ing Farm Co.U^0&^:<^'sr
D. Farrell, Jeweler
Largest and best selected stock
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
that the above is correct
Edison Phonographs and Records
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
Fine watch repairing kspeelalty.
This Simmons Steel
Bed, with Sagless cable
spring, and heavy mat^
Warren Furniture Go.
T-wenty and twenty-two
Double Disc Drills, Ken
tucky and Monitor, for trac
tor or horses. Boss har
rows, Lever harrows, Kovar
harrows and Disc harrows.