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7:30 & 9:00
Oranges, 25c a doz.East Side Gro
Mrs. J. H. Berg left for Minneapolis
on Monday night.
Halvor Gunderson, of OSIQ, was a
business visitor in the city Saturday.
Mrs. W. H. Gordon left for Thief Hi
rer Falls Monday night, where she will
Fresh cream, is being received daily
at Holan's Confectionary for those de
airing i%. ,-^^hy^hifts.
For 55 cents each, you may purehasj&
a large number of useful article!, on
Saturday, at the Peoples Trading Co.
hardware department %KL-I
Order your spring suit early,
is soon here". We, take order4
FRIDAY AND: SATURDAY
HARR CARE in:
and a, 2-Reel Century Comedy
"UNCLE TOM'S CABOOSE"
GATHERED FROM THE
If yo so away oa a visit your
fvfeao'a wlfl b tatere*ted ta know
las aaoat It. Call S8The Sheaf
aad aire urn tar facts.'
ladies' suits as' well as men's suits.
Gunnar Swedberg, the tailor.
Safety of your funds and business interests at our hands is our
most obvious duty to you. But we go further than that. We are so
vitallylnterested in your business welfare as it affects our own com-
munity that we will go out of pur, way at any time, to help make safe^
any interest you may haver anywhere." .^,'^.r^^^J^.^:^J^J^..--['
"Not a Million Dollar Loss
But a Loss."
On All Box Candy
Every Piece Guaranteed,
Fresh or Money
ARRE N PHARMAC
THB OU SELIAPLS BEXAIX 0TOBB -W3,S^-%
Robin Hood and Pillsbury Flour.
East Side. Grocery.
See The Gumps, "Andy and Min", at
the. Strind jonight.
":,:^Specfiii 55 cent sale Saturday at the
Peoples Trading Co. hardware dept.
Try a pound of our famous Royal
Society Coffee, only 40c.East Side
The Peoples Trading company will
hold a.55 cent sale in their hardware
department. See their window.
Arnold LaRoche left Monday for Red
Lake FallSi where he expects to enter
the jewelers business in the near fu-
Prices on grain .cleaners are the same
as last year. Sizes we carry are from
30 inches to 48 inches wide.Lundgren
Wittensteh & Co.
Will receive a carload of good corn
in a few days. Place your order now
if- you want some. Will ajlso have a
carload of bran and shorts.Farmers
Mill audkElevator Co. Phone 46.
The ladies of the Eastern Star will
entertain the _, Masons,.^ Knights of
and jfcheir wi^fes arid daugh
ters] at'eards at the K:#. and-Masonic
'lodgse roorn^. Friday night. '_ $
Word wab receive^.J^tjjg^rlesR.
..XlL -w$'i(ie spend
ing a. few n}oii$is^t "his home in Good
land. "1ft expects to return to Warren'
in the near future.
yVhm: we can ^^0^^.^:}[^-^^\!^^^H^^^^:^
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
JOSEPH M. SCHENCK Presents
Is your name in the Strand ad this
Look for your name in the Strand
ad this week.
Peter Erickson, of Viking, was- a
Warren visitor today.
Norma Talmadge in "The Branded
Woman", Monday and Tuesday.
G. L. Leisner, of Thief River Falls,
was a business visitor here Monday.
Harry Carey and a Century comedy
at the Strand Friday and Saturday.
August Johnson expects to leave on
a short business trip to St. Paul today.
See the window of 55c articles at the
Peoples Trading Co. hardware, depart
NORMA TALMADGE. in
The BRANDED WOMAN99
Can a Girl Outlive the Shame of
Her Mother's Patt?
The following persons will be admitted to the special show (The Branded Woman) Tuesday, March 15th:
JWrs. J. P. Joranson Mr. M. L. Warner Mrs. J. 0. Herrick Mr. W. F. Tullar Mrs. Conrad Hanson
Coming: The Big Fox SpecialXHECKERS."
Alfred Iverson, of Alvarado, attend
ed to business matters in Warren
Mrs. W. O. Braggans plans on leav
ing for Minneapolis tomorrow night
for a short visit
Rev. S. W. Swe'nson left Tuesday for
Stillwater, Minn. He expects to re
turn home on Friday morning.
If you have a farm for sale, call on
J. T. Owens, at Hotel Warren. .Home
offiees'at Clear Lake,-Iowa.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tatro
of Radium, a fine 12, pound daughter,
on Saturday, March" 5thy 1920.
On March 1st E. L, Tornell will put
ou sale ii limited number of Columbia
Blue Label records .at onl.. 5,9 cents
S. :Mork, of Viking, was a Warren
visitor Monday making arrangements
for an auction sale which he will hold I
prominent" farmers in town of V-Test
Valley, drove^ to-Warren^Monday to at
tend to business matters. They report
that .sleighing was rather dry in ioine
A marriage license was issued' to
Pete 'Lindquist and Miss Myrtle Hail
son last Friday at th county court
house and the couple were married at
Marsh Grove .on Sunday by the Rev.
Verner Nelson-says, or thinks, if is
the finest young lady in the land that
arrived at their home Tuesday, March
1st.Grygla Eagle. Mr. Nelsons-is a
former Warren boy and is cashier of
the State Bank of Grygla.
As the result of a too joyous Sabbath
six men appeared before Justice of the
Peace W. O. Braggans on Tuesday
morning and paid fines ranging from
$8 to $48 and one man took a 30-day
jail sentencer- The men were taken be
fore the local justice charged with
John P. Mattson returned home on
Tuesday from the annual meeting of
the Minnesota Editorial Association at
St. Paul. After the meeting he visited
at his old home in Watertown, Minn.,
and with his daughter, Mrs. E. N.
Schoen and tier family, at Ortonville,
and also with relatives at Moorhead.^
The .home of Mr and Mrsi E. O.
I Northeast of Warren
Natwick, former_ resident of Warren, I eobvered-sufficiently resume he
now living at Edinburg, Texas, was the
scene of one of the most pleasant
parties of the season of the Friendship
club of that place, Feb. 24th. More
than three hundred people were, in at
tendance arid a delightful meal was
served. The object of the.club is that
members be given an opportunity to
come to know each other better. Mr.
and Mrs. Natwick are enjoying the best
of health and write that the weather
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fulton and fam
ily called at the Wm. Miller home Sun
day afternoon. ~_
Alfred Swanberg called on Carl
Mr. and Mrs. Metheney and son Al
bert called-on Mr. Carlso/n last, Satur
day. *-*i~. ^l'*1-"
I Public School Notes
Agnes Nelson and Hilma Nelson, Re
Opinions of Juniors.
There is altogether too much dis
honesty in the High Schools at present
A teacher may leave the pupils on their,
honor, while she goes out of-the room
for a few moments.
The minute she is out of the room
some of the pupils open their books,
and copy the answers. Some bring
notes to class, and slip them under
This is not fair to the majority of
the class that do not cheat. Often, it
is not brought to light that some are
cheating. Then the ones who are dis
honest get more credit than those that
are honest. Those that cheat are de
ceiving the teachers, and their'char
acters is lowered in the. estimation of
their fellow pupils.
\yhy did the allies give Germany
only one black eye,and one broken leg?
They can still see and hop. Why didn't
the allies finish the job in the first
place? Now since Germany is. trying
to run the. allies again, they nave to
break, thV other leg, and blacken, the
other eye, so they wil act upon the re*
ouirements of the allies. May this be
ffce last struggle with those trouble
some Germans and may the Hohen
zollerns be put down forever.
The following were among the an1
swers received in an English III quiz
Milton Minor poems:
the latter part of this month. One of the pleasures of Il'Pensiuso
Mrs. O. H. Taralseth was operated
on for appendicitis Tuesday morning at
(he Warren hospital. According to
latest reports she was doing nicely.
S. S. Trickey, of Alvarado, was in the
city Tuesday evening. Mr. Trickey was
enroute to Minneapolis, where he will
spend a few days on business.
Public Sale on It. A. Marshall's farm,
5 miles north of Argyie. 6 Holstein
cows i two-year registered Shorthorn
ball horses, and machinery. Sale will
be held Thursday, March 17th.
Will receive a carload of good corn
in a few days. Place your order now
if you want some. Will also: have a
carload of bran and shorts.-Farmers
Mill and Elevator CO Phone 46.
L. E. Luttrell. assistant county super
intendent of -schools/spent-Several'day's
last week ..aud Monday of this week
visitiSg senoois in the eastern part of
the county near Grygla. He returned
to Warren Tuesday morning. %?r-
Carl Larson and O.^B. Hanson,
was to go to the movies.
Earl of Bridgevvater was said to-be
inaugurated president by his children.
L'Allegro and IlPensuoso both pas:
The question was asked where the
'digression in the poem occured.
^Milton loaves the clergy in a place
to wander off into the forest and again
jte..gains bis point, and wanders off in
returning of the Sea Nymph.
"Lysidas" written in the commemora
tion of his friend Edward, King in the
"Comus" has power to change peo
ple, into other kinds of animals or into
atones or trees.
"Comus" written in honor of Lord, a
Earl,rgiven to him by his three children
as a memorandum.
"The basket ball game against the
Argyie Kfgh school was a great success.
The score resulting in'27 to 15 in favor
of our boys. Everyone of the boys dis
played their best ability throughout the
A resolution was passed by the board
of health, and school board Monday
evening, requiring all high school stu
dents to be vaccinated or remain out. of
school for a certain number of days:
Grace Braggans and Chester McAr
thur representing the WSrren high
school, won second honors in the girls
and bays declamatory cot/test held at
Mcintosh. This gives them the honor
of^competing in the final contest at Min
The girls basket ball team has re-_
eently-challenged the other town of
this district for a championship game.
'As* yet. no answer lias been received to
The Senior class play has been re
ceived. The parts have been assigned
and the students have already began
practice, under the supervision of Mrs.
Miss Alice Peterson has returned and
again resumed her duties, after a weeks
absence on account of illness.
The girls basket ball team, accoin
panled by^ Miss L. Smith, played the
Minto five on the Minto floor-Saturday
afternoon. The game resulted in 20 to
3. in our favor.
Washington School Notes.
Miss Celia Meline returned after two
ituting for Miss
petersonu oft Dist. No. 9. We are
to kno that Mistso Peterson hasr
The Nowak children spent Sunday af
ternoon-with the Qualley children.
Emily Carlson spent Monday evening
with. Miss Mary Taos.,
Monday forenoon the teachers train
ing department attended the Farmers
Institute at the court house and listen
ed to a talk by Miss Newman, on the
topic^ "The Child". Messrs. Brown and
Bauer, who were scheduled to speak,
having forgotten Warren and gone on
Will be at
FRTOAY, MARCH 11th.
Wednesday afternoon the students
and Miss O'Mera expect to visit: the
Spaulding farm, to see the full blooded
On Monday, April 4th, a beginners
class will be started in the Washington
building, under the care of the student
teachers. Miss O'Mera will be glad to
hear from parents who have children,
who are, or will be, six not later than
next October. 1
The following pupils of the seventh
grade has had perfect attendance and
made a high record in .the anti-whisper
ing campaign during the month of
February: Allen Grange, Xoretta
Brown, Luella McArthur, Dorothy .Mac
Lachlan, Elda Peterson, Gladys 4jppg
lund, Selma Juveland and
NOW ON SALE
fcSE TORNELL'S 4
%&0h^Kt^T\s \S~ i
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
KING VlbO Presents
"The FAMILY HONOR"
"The Gumps" (And and Min
The sixth grade report the following
for good behavior arid industry^ i,?*-
thrine Farrellr Evelyn Truhn, Edgar
Olson, Gertrude Halvdrson and Wen
dell Erickson. i
All outstanding Marshall County
Warrants on Federal! Aid Project ]jfO.
81, numbers 10062, 10964, 10905 109Q6,
10967, 10968, 10970, 10971, 10972,11297,
11298, 11299, and 11300 will be pAid
upon presentation at the County o^Mi
tor's office ttt Wftrren, Marshall Coun
Mdter lata och 3je Torsdagen i
hvarje m&nad. Medlemmar, h'edra
oss med eder norvoro.
A. M. OLSON, Sekr.
Telephone No. 387
Old Potato Warehouse Bldg.
Continuing Throughout the Month of March
Showing a magnificient collection of Millinery, unusually
interesting-, covering a range of shapes, materials and colors,,
to meet the demand of the ultifi-fashion^tiile, as wejl as pop-
ular tastes^ \Our hats are styled to the minute, yet moder-
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's finding a lot that's worthwhile
These represent three characteristic types.
Do you find yourself among them?
We pay four per cent on savings account/com-
i i i t- -4 ^v-
Tie First National Bank
:Jhe Bank*"of BETTE Service