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"\TOTJ certainly want to
i save money, and you
would like to have better baking*.
fhfefttise Calumet. Ifs the
biggest thing you can do to im
prove,the quality of your bakings
and lower baking costs.
tMum et is made the larg
est, most eanitarvBakJngPowder
Factories to the World. No Bak
ing Powder is made under better
conditionsnone can be better to
It contains only such ingre
dients as have been officially en
dorsed by the U. S. Pure Food
Authorities. An absolute guaran
tee that it is pure.
QUALITY LOWERS THE COST
It received highest*Awards,
World's Pure Food Exposition, Chi
cago Paris Exposition, Paris,
Francepositive proof of its super
It is used by more house
wives, domestic scientists and chefs
than any other brand. That would
not be the case, if it were possible
to secure a higher quality leavener.
It is sold atamoderate price.
All you have to do is to compare
costs to determine how much you
can save by buying Calumet.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders comein
12 oz. insteadof 16 oz. cans. Be sure
you get a pound when you want it.
GATHERED FROM THE
If you sro away on a vlalt your
friends will be Interested In know
ing about It. Call 38The Slieaf
and give as the facts.
Go to The BazaarThe Busy Store.
Miss Helen Vavrina spent Sunday
visiting in Warren.
Miss Viola Pederson visited over Sun
day at her home in Angus.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid met at
the home of Mrs. A. B. Nelson Tuesday
If yon have a faim for sale, call on
J. T. Owens, at Hotel Warren. Home
offices at Clear Lake, Iowa.
Clarence Hjelle returned to Warren
the latter part of last week, after hav
ing visited in Thief River Falls.
Miss Elizabeth Youugdahl and Miss
Beda Skopg, both of whom are teach
ing near Stephen, spent the week end
at their homes in Warren.
Fourteen boys and girls of the
seventh and eighth grades enjoyed a
sleigh ride party last Saturday night.
After the ride they had lunch at
Holan's confectionary. Miss Piekard
chaproned the party.
A Checking Account
Many Ladies find it convenient to
pay all their household bills by check.
The check itself is the best receipt on
eg,rth, as the payee's endorsement on
the back of the check is positive proof
that the bill has been paid.
By this system you have a.complete
record of the amount expended for
clothing, odd, Iti&Uiies, etc.
We solicit your checking account
large or small.
3 cups pastry
flour, 3 level tea
Baking Powder, Y%
cup butter, \H. cups
Yolks of 3 eggs,
cup cold water.
Whites of 3 eggs. 1
teaspoon or an
extract. Then mix
in the regular way.
W. H. Schultz, of Fargo, was a visit
or in Warren on Monday.
Miss Rachel Hunt spent the week end
at her home in Grands Forks.
Wanted about April 1st, a cook, on
my farm.A Melgard, Warren, Minn.
Miss Esther Erickson, who is teach
ing at Angus, spent Sunday at her home
A number of Blue Label records,
formerly priced at $1.00, are now sold
at 85 cents.E. Ju. Tornell.
"A hen doesn't stop scratching be
cause the worms are scarce. Neither
do good business men stop advertising
when business is 'dull.'"
Paul Engelstad, of Thief River Falls,
secretary of the Pennington County
Fai'm Bureau, was in Warren on busi
ness connected with the farm bureau
Clarence Bakke left for Minneapolis
Saturday night where he met Dr.
Orville Meland, and returned to War
ren with him Tuesday. Dr. Meland
has been visiting in the cities and at
Rochester for the past ten days.
The Cards and Dancing Club met
with Miss Helen Mapps on Thursday.
March 3. Cards were the main feature
up to 11:30, when a dainty lunch was
served! After that the floor was clear
ed and dancing indulged in until the
wee, small hours of the morning,
The center of population as shown
by the 1020 census is located in the
southeast corner of Owen County,
Indiana. It has advanced 9.S miles
westward in the' last decade.
Sirs. Blanch Erickson spent the week
end visiting in Grand Forks. _. i
Miss Nettie Lunde expects to leave
th|S 6venin| for the Cities, where she
wttf spend a months time.
Miss Mildred Snyder delightfully
entertained eight girl friends at dinner
If you have a farm for said, call on
J. T. Owens, at Hotel Warren. Home
offices at Clear Lake, Iowa. %-J'::'".'7:
Miss Alice Peterson returned Monday
to resume her teaching duties at the
high school, after being ill for a week.
H. Gimderson, of Oslo, visited in
Warren Friday evening, returning to
Oslo the following morning. He was
entertained at the Dr. Theodor Bratrud
The girls' high school basket ball
team traveled to Minto last Saturday
and defeated the girls'...leam of that
place by a 20 to 3 score last Saturday
afternoon. Inez Johnson, Ethel John
son, Helen Lundgren, May Nelson and
Hilma Skoog composed the Warren
Fire started as the result of children
playing with matches and burned sev
eral curtains at the home of Carl
Wieland Friday and resulted in. the
calling out of the fire department.
Little damage was done with the ex
ception of the destruction of the cur
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 ft can be cleaned.Lund
gren Wittensten Co.
Fire was started Monday afternoon
in the Warren Auto Co. garage from
a spark from the ignition system of a
car that was being worked on. The
flames dropped into the pit and ignited
greasy rags there but was extinguished
by one of the workers with a fire ex
tinguisher. The fire department was
called but did not arrive until the fire
had been,put out.
The -hard time dance given at the
Masonic-K. P. hall last Friday evening
was a successful affair. A number of
those present were suitably dressed for
a hard time party. Mrs. J. P. Easton
and Mrs. C. L. Stevens acted as judges
and performed their duties very ami
ably, in giving out fines during the eve
ning, when different couples where
brought before them by the policeman.
Arthur Legault and E. C. Parsons acted
E. A. Johnson, manual training
teacher and coach of the high school
basket, ball team, spent the week end
at hisTiome in Alexandria. While there
he attended a semi-final basket ball
game in that district between Alexan
dria and Fergus Falls. According to
the coach, the Warren high school bas
ket ball team would have a good chance
on the floor with either of these teams,
as the article of ball tney put up down
there is no faster than that seen off
Healing the Sick
From the rich toils of Europe, Asia and Africa
are fathered the rare herbs that nuke
Bulgarian Blood Tea
Assists Nature to
GENTLY MOVE THE BOWELS
PURIFY THE BLOOD
SWEETEN THE STOMACH
START LIVER ACTION
FLUSH THE KIDNEYS
Take it Steaming Hot to kill colds,
ward off "Flu" or Pneumonia. Sold
A~strong boy to tend to furnace
and work after schools and Sat
urdays. "One who is not afraid
of a little hard work. Will pay
good wages. Apply at the,
Warren Sheaf Office
Send for free sample package
and New Illustrated Catalogue of
seeds, bulbs, shrubs, and plants
grown especially for Northern
Gardens and Farms.
You will want the best, so now
while you think about it, write to
rm i mm
OR. O. S. ^ATTA*, Office FfiitNl
tional rant ButiffingV WeJ^nY Mini
Special IkeSflon Jfcrln to d^eal^b of
Nose, Throat. Eyes and fitting of
DR. H. M. BLEGEN, Physician and
Surgeon. Oufce State Bank Build
CAR WALLGltEJN, Graduate Swedish
Medical Gymnast, and Masseur. The
Massage and Treatrifeht Institute,
G. N, fiqRKAgSE^, Real Estate and
Farm Loans. Office, State Bank
Building, Warren, Minn,
F. a BAKKE, D. D. 8., Skandinavtsk
Tandlaege. Office in the Taralsetb
Building, Warren, Minn.*
B. T. FRANK, M. D. C, graduate or
Chicago Teterinary College. Pool
grmdnate Kanana City Veterinary
College. Member Minnesota State
Veterinary Medical A*n. Warren
DR. EDWARD J. BRBN, Dentdat
First National Bank Bundling, War
W. B. XaNDO^tST, D. V. Veter
fcariff- Office, Styrlurid Bid*,
J. R. NAE8BTH. Lawyer. Office next
doof to City Hill, Waro. Mini.
4, N. BCKflTBbat, Attorney-at-iow
Office 2nd floor lint National Bank
Building, Warren. Mins.
OLSON* BAGR, Atfomeye-at-Eew
Office la Taralieth BW*. Warftm
The Emhteof Of Su
perior Optical Service,
look for, it where yon
hare your Byes exam
6 No. 4th St. Grand Forks, N. D.
Have you read the want ads?
are famous for
Big Hatches of Strong Healthy
Chicks That Live and GiM.
Read what the U. S. Department of Agriculture says about se-
lecting ah incubator:
"Cheap machines are less reliable, require more at-
tention, and wear out much quicker than good incubators.
As the values of the machines is small compared with the
value of the eggs used during the normal life of an incuba-
tor, it is poor economy to purchase a machine which is not
reliable/' Don't buy any incubator until you check up specifications very
carefully arid compare them with the Queen. Still better, look
over the Queen at some dealer's"store, and then compare Queen
Specifications with those of any other incubator on the market.
We leave it to your own eyes and judgment.
We welcome any such.investigation and comparison, for we
believe you will find morej?enuine value in the Queen, for the
amount of money you piay, than in any other reliable incubator on
To make our 55c sale most unusual and interesting as a
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Wlieu this* tube hr Inflamed yon haw
rumbling- sound or Imperfect hearing',
when ft fa iqtfrfiy Closed, Deafness la
result. Unlets'the Inflammation can be
duced and thl tube restored to Its
ttdltlon, hearing may be desti
.i Many cases of Deafness
causeV by Catarrh, which la an
DOLLARS for amy
be cured by
All DtuorotB Wc. Circulars free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Deafness that cannbt
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