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The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Osterloh died at a hospital at Warren
Wednesday of last week after an oper
ation had been performed. Their many
friends in this community extend
heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved
parents. The mother is still seriously
ill at the hospital.
Mrs. Martin Jensen, mother of Mrs.
Ed. Osterloh, is seriously ill at the
home of another daughter near Angus,
namely, Mrs. Wm. Anderson. Her re-
JWr is not expected.
Mr. Frank Sewill and Miss Myrtle
Danielson were married at the brides
home near Drayton, N. D., Wednesday
of Jast week. They will go to house
keeping on the farm owned by the
grooms father hear Angus.
The Ladies' Aid met at the home o
Mr and Mrs Walter Oberg Wednesday
of last week. The next meeting will
be held at Forrest Oberg's. This will
be the annual edection of officers and
all members that possibly can, are
urgetf to be present. Absence will not
disqualify any member for election to
office, so^be sure to. be there if you are
not in line for office.
Etlar Jensen, of Ruthton, Minn., a
nephew of Mr Pedersen, is assisting at
Messrs George Taus and Louis
Ferrero returned from Chicago Friday,
where they have been employed during
the winter months.
Tom Taus is overhauling tractors for
Jack Sullivan, getting ready for spring
Hans Olson, of Middle River, bought
the electric plant from the Peoples
Garage, and had it shipped to Middle
River. While here he wired the garage
and the W Oberg home.
The spring thaw has made consider
able ice the low places and the young
and some of the older folks are enjoy
ing the sport of skating these bright
Tom Hanson, the section foreman,
went to Ciookston on business Satur
C. Christensen tipped over with a
load of flax straw and injured his one
foot so that he has been obliged to use
C. J. Rowe left for points in Iowa
last week on business.
The Monarch Elevator has been
closed for the season and the manager,
Wm. Murphy, has left for his home at
The followmg^persons boarded" the
train for Warren Friday: Mr. and Mrs.
it: Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
'Humphreys. Ed. OsterJLoh, Mrs. Herman
Osterloh, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anderson.
Gertrude Osterloh was absent
from her duties at the store several
days last week, assisting her sick sis
1 North of Warren
WARRENTON UNIT HELD
MEETING LAST FRIDAY.
A large ciowd attended the meeting
of the Wan enton Farm Bureau Unit at
the Luna school house Friday evening
A \eij lnteie^t and instructive talk
was gn en In Houser, the county
agcrt on IU1KI"CU1O4 in cattle and abjp
the culling ot poultly They aie plan
ning on hawng Ihe cattle of the town
ship tested, also to hold a poultry cull
inj 0' i*-tration in the near future
Ordeis weie also taken for the various
kinds pt clover seeds The report on
certified seed potatoes and paris green
was postponed until the ne\t meeting
Refreshments ^eie served at the close
of the business session The Unit will
meet at the"~bahlquist school house
March 18th. and at the Luna school
house Apiil Slh The township being
divided in tvi divisions until the roads
are in bettei condition, when all will
get together at one place
Noble Nicholls has-,been on the sick
list the past week.
The W C. Myer family were recent
visitors at thp* Fr(ett Qealerking home
The A. D. VJgjjj^icklc family were en
trained at the McCartney hpine Sun
Also inK'c. Abnolutely prevent*
odors front enrcattti. One package
prove*! thlti. RAT-SNAP come* In
calcesno mixing with other food.
35c lze (1 cake) enough tor
Pantry, Kitchen or Jellnr
63a Ktae (2 cakes) for Chicken
House, coops or small buildings.
91.25 sice (Si cakes) enough for
all farm, and out-bnil dings, storage
-buildings^ or factory buildings.
Sold and Guaranteed by Peoples
Trading Co.. and Warren Pharmacy.
We have carload lots
of corn, brail, shorts
W^-. Myer had the misfortune to
lose a cow Monday morning^
Arthur Palmer and MildrtB Henning
are ill at their homes with scarlet fever
and are glad to report them as getting
afong as nicely as can be expected.
Hiss Elizabeth M.,Hanson, R. N.,
county nurse, WJBLS a vJ$itor at the Luna
school Monday montiagf
A company of friends were enter
tained at the hospit*lLMiOm of Mr.
and Mrs. John Rue Stfrnw evening in
honor of Mr. Rue's sixty-first birthday
'Mfs Mand of Strand
quist, were quietly married at the
grooms, home at Thief River Falls on
Feb. 17th, with Rev. Gjerde, of Halma,
officiating. Miss Alice Kinsela acted as
bridesmaid and Harry Storeby, brother
of fhe?bride, was best man. The bride
wona^pink roses and the rooms were de
corated with blue and pink roses. Only
immediate relatives were present at the
ceren$ny~and at the fine supper which
was served in honor of the newlyweds.
Mr. and Mrs. Havel left for Minne
apolis on the 27th of Feb., where they
will make their future home. The
groom, who is an ex-service man, and
saw service with 90th division for two
years, 4n France, will enter Dunwoody
Institute to take up vocational train
ing as linotype operator. Best of con
gratulations to the newlyweds.-
Ole Sjerdahl moved here from Green
bush, Minn, a week ago, and will en
ter into farming in company with Tor
ger Vangen the coming spring.
Miss Viola Carlson spent last Satur
day^ Thief River Falls
P. Kujava, of Florian, was in town
on Monday, making preparations for
their auction sale March 21st.
Mi's, A M. Haugan went to Thief Ri
ver Falls last Saturday to make a short
Miss Swanson, who has been visiting
at Her brother Herman Swanson's, de
parted for Minneapolis on Saturday.
OnjiMonday last Ned Dunham, the
Firm Loans made through
The Federal Land Bank
of St. Paul Minn.
AUG. A. JOHNSON
Warren National Bank
Will soon be here.
&/>e Warren Auctioneer
to Conduct your Sales.
For dates and terms, write,
phone or wire at my expense
or see your banker.
Tarm Bureau Clubs pool your orders and phone them
right in. A minimum of profit on large orders. Take it out
^iof car updn arrival. Wheat taken in exchange. -3,
Farmers Mill & Elevator
new irottermaker, began eting e*jtrf
tbing in the creamery reaojr tdypfcen^
tiie creamery for the coming season, In
a few days. We hope the farmers will
patronize it so it will be a real success
Mrs. Anna Erickson went to Thief
River Falls on Sunday evening*
Gerhart Thompson returned to his
home at Grafton, N. D., on Tuesday
The English Ladies' Aid will sell
lunch at tiie English chureh on Market
Day, Marco 12th. A good cup of coffee
will do you good when you get tired
of bidding on goods offered for sale by
^Si -r i "*a*-"^
In spite of .the fact tiiat the weather
*epe one-feelta,rather chilly. Miss
Bokke Is busy putting up her fine line,
of millinery stock at her Millinery and
Notion Store, Teady for the Easter hat
Miss Sylvia SJodin went to Warren
on Sunday night.
Miss Josie Huset arrived from Bar
rette, Minn., last week, to take up her
old place behind hte counter at the
The English Ladies' Aid will meet
at Mrs. B. Vik's on Sunday afternoon,
March 13th. Rev. Ordahl will be pres
ent to conduct services. All are wel
-Jilte values *fc'
1 frOLDAHL vsfl
Th olowing calle- a- Sloan's- Sun^
day.: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Otto, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Floberg and son Donald,
Ok* Westman and Adolph Dahlstrom.
Oscar and Grandma Olson spent Sun
day at Vixie's in Marsh Grove. The
Tatter will remain there for some time.
Miss Hannah Meline visited at her
parental home over Sunday, returning
to her school duties Monday morning.
Quite a few from this vicinity at
tended the social club held at Haugen's
Saturday evening. A good time was
Goo news for the man who
wants spring clothes of merit
at lower prices
Saturda Loss Leader
Lower Prices: The House of Kup
penheimer has co-operated with us in
the effort to establish the lowest pos
sible prices on quality clothes for
spring High Quality: Every garment in our
large stocks has met the most exact
ing quality tests. Fabrics of pure vir
gin wool, the most durable weaves
the patterns and the color effects are
new, different and appealing. The
tailoring will stand long, hard usage.
Correct Styles: The new models are
the handiwork of the foremost de
signers in the country exclusive
Kuppenheimer creations. Conserva
tive ideasnothing extreme styles
that reflect excellence, smartness and
good taste a variety to satisfy the
wishes of any man or young man.
100 lx Tin Dish Pans14 qt. trade size
will be put on sale at
3 p. HL Saturday Marc 12th
the special Lpss Leader price of -1 1
ONLY ONE TO A CUSTOMER NO PHONEORDERS ACCEPTED
NO PANS SOLD BEFORE 3:00 P. M. SATURDAY, MARCH 12.
NOTE: This paii is 16 5V 4 inches in size, and is made of good weight tin
with riveted handles.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Floberg and 80%
and niece Hazel Lull, spent Sunday eve-'t
ning at the latters home. ~J
A crow was seen in this vicinity Mon
day. That is a sure sign that spring %r
will soon be here.
Oscar Palm visited with his nephew
Adolph Dahlstrom, who is staying at ~f
Westman's, over Sunday, returning-to
Warren Tuesday morning. -fe*
Messrs. Wm. and Manne Meline anff\
sister Hannah, spent a pleasant Sun-. W*.
day evening at Swanberg's.
Wm. Hegstrom was a brief caller at'
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. S. Sloan Wednesday evening.