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GATHERED FROM THE
Buy it at the Rexall Storei
^"Waitress WantedHotel Warren.
Store open evenings until Christ
mas.B. L. Tornell.
Miss Hilma Nelson, of Alvtfrado,
spent Monday evening in the city.
Banker Peterson, of Donaldson,
spent several days here the past week
Miss Maurine* Frank,.,who, is teach
ing at Buluth, arrived Friday to spend
the holiday yacatfon-at*hje home here.
Hrnest Hanson, whou- is attending
Hamlhie' -University, .returned home
this morning to spend his holiday va
When her sweet tooth says candy,
her wisdom tooth says tfggetfs. Get
HER Xma box of candy at the War
(jgl4*t JP*. 1frt Tt^ **P*
January and December
now on sale
E. L. TORNELL'S
A. Grindeland. J,
hospital here for some time.
The Minnesota Department of the
The romantic story of a youth and a maid
drawn by chance into the dramatic" struggle,.
for American Independence/
Benefit American Legion Hospital Ass'n.
Friday and Saturday, December 22 & 23
at STRAND THEATRE i
UnderAuspices of Warren Legion PostNq. 27.
Orchestra Mnsic AdmissioD: 40c & 25c
?$Get your last^nin^^
t*m THB OL MUABUI maU^O^^^^m^\
Buy it at the Rexall Store t^^rJWaitres WantedHotel Warren.
Bakkes Xmas Mix is not the ordin-' November Records now on sale a
^-Wf jf^ iff J- i
New Xmas goods coining in daily.
Holm's Jewelry StoreP
See us if you want-a, Sonora Phon
ograph.Warren Furniture Co.
J. B. Sundberg and son Bert, of
Kennedy, spent Sunday in the city.
shown at the Shi
Live mlcken8.*%TOt and
wanted. Call or Ww^. for' prices.
Ir rd8 will be
Stock in the'Wi
Loan association is"
can be bought for *qml
Raymond Peterson and Ruben Carl
son,-who are attehdhlgf&ie State Uni
versity, arrived this n&ranng to spend
the Christmas vacatf&^$re.
Dr. O. N. Meland rl$urne4 last Wed
nesday from Detroit Mich., and Chi- 'Monday from Moorhead, where'she is
cfigo, 111., where he has'been attend
ing clinics for several weeks.
Albert Stone, traveling salesman h)
B. L. Tornell's.
December and January records now
on sale.B. L. TorneH.
Candied FruitBuntes Hard Can-
dlesFurn Nut BasketsPlace Cards.
Now is the time to frame your pic*
tores. A big line of new pattern
just in.B. L. Tornell.
Mrs. CrB. Stinchfleld entertained a
few friends at a 1 o'clock luncheon
last Thursday afternoon.
the Western states, Arrived Monday ing for Bloomington, HI., from which
from California and will spend \Christ- place, together with a friend, he Will
mas at the home of his brother, John
By ROBERT^ W. CHAMBERS
Mrs. Wm. Merdink, of Stephen, vis
ited at the home of Judge P. H. Holm
the week end of last week.
Berger Smftft, one-of Alvarado's
[for sale and hustling young business men, was a
monthly pay- jVislto
^t las Wednesday evening.m
_Mlss Hazel Bdwardh, who is teach
ing in the public schools at Duluth,
returned Monday to spend the Christ
mas vacation at her home here.
Miss Bstelle Orindeland arrived
teaching at Concordia College,-, to
spend Christmas vacation" at home.
J. R. Laurence left ^Saturday even-
tripe twinter. California,-i'~ I wher he wil spend th
Dr. G. Penny, of Tpef River Falls, Miss Ethel Allen*- of Minneapolis,
spent Monday here, uetunu/ig on the arrived last Saturday to spend Christ-
evening Soo train accompanied by his'mas at the home of her jsister,
wife who.,has been? confined to the Geo? E. Davis of this city.x
is a feacher in the Minneapolis
Dr. W. W. Holley left Friday after
noon for East Grand Forks where^ he
will spend several days visiting at the
home of his mother. Fromi East
Grand Forks Dr. Holley will go to
California where he will spend a
month's time before returning to his
The Great Northern trains have
been late the past week. Last Sat
urday the South bound flyer-did not
get here until two a. m. Sunday
morning. The flyer going north did
not arrive until almost 12 o'clock
Sunday noon. The morning local has
been coining after dinner nearly every
day for some time and returning
south several hours late.
A holiday appearance was given to
the business section of the city last,
Saturday when through the instru
mentality of tfie civic organizations
of the city a number of evergreens
were erected at the principal street
corners and ,in front of some of the.
stores, As far as 'outward -appear
ances go, the Christmas'spirit has in
vaded Warren in earnest this-year.
The Girls' Community Club enjoyed
a Christmas party at the home _of
Margaret Williams Friday evening.
The evening's ^entertainment was litf
charge of Sarah O'Meara, JDella Und
berg, Edna Norskog, 'Jhalaba''Bd-
wardh, Edna Jenson, Beptha Knutson
and Rachel Lindgren.' There' was a
Christmas tree, a Santa Claus and a
presejnt "for all -present. Brefresh
ments were served by the ^hostesses
Loretta Newman Opal G^?ersoE,
Olivls'-Ors'bn and Margaret WhTiamsX
Hjalmar Rood, a 'young man, was
adjudged insane in Judge Holm's
court on Monday this week and com
mitted to the state hospital at Fergus
4-JFaUsi^He~is an ex-service" man and
mM9 mental troubles ^dates from his
^fijervlee'lirthe army. A couple^anonths
ago he either wilfully or aeciqentally
shot himself in the head, tm\ bullet
entering his forehead at one sj&e, pas
sing underneath the skin to the* other
side, and '4n' its path it injured the
nerves that control the tpower 'of
speech. The unfortunate young W Js
to be pitied. 'He-was born in New
folden but in recent years has spent
some time in Montana, -where he is
said to have a homestead,
At Our Savior's Lutheran parson
age in Warren on Dec. 15, 1922, oc
curred the marriage of Carl'G. Foss
and piga Oseth Bren, Rev. A. T. Tol.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. D.
P. Oseth of" Oslo, one of the well
known pioneer farmers of the county.
She is an accomplished young woman
and is well known in Warren, where
she attended school at North Star
College some years ago. The groom is
assistant .cashier of the First National
Bank of Argyle and he also has many
friends in Warren' where he was em
ployed in a bank a number of years
ago. The newly wedded pair left on
a wedding trip to Fargo and other
points. Many friends" of both, bride
and groom extend to them^ hearty
congratulations,and best wishes for a
successful married life.
Card of Thanks
We wish to extend ^our heartfelt
thanks to all the people who so gen
erously have given gifts to our little
boy Erland who is at the State JBfos
pital at St. Paul, Minn. And espe
cially do we thank the Sunday school
of the S. L. church for the large offer
ing given. Many thanks kind friends.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. 0sberg.
j j _- m'q
\$& Warren Markets
Wheat,xlark northern" $ 1.08^
Wheat, northern spring ___v?1.0^
Amber durum .iL.:^ .86*.
Santa Claus Letters
Dear rSanta Clans i^C g*\. -i
How are you. getting,along? Please
send my little sister a kiddey car and
me skates. I am eight and my sister
is three years old.
^--From Arene Olson
vv and Norma Olson.
-fje" *$*. "z Bveleth, Minn.,
Dec 12, 1922,
This is my first Christmas and I
am so anxiously waiting to see what
you are going To fill my stocking
with, I would like to have a rocking
horse, blocks, teddy bear, and any
thing that you think will make a little
boy like me happy throughout the
'f^ r*-^X Roy Gilbertson.
-Dec. 1, 1922.
Deaf Santa Clans:
"Will you please bring me a train
with tracks ,and a wagon, a mirror
and comb, a doll dresser^ and some
clothes, for Bud Lee, a doll .carriage,
a ebon jigger, some book* and' horses
and that's all.-*-John.^'
Flour 08' lb. laW liWic/i!T4lO
^Batter,-per lb. -I X^jt&JB**
i "Eggs, per .dozen iCi*.^^._-T-^'.40
,,vlPotatoes,. ijer^hnihel^ftli-i.^:^ %20'c
%W$t fo¬her* daughter, wife or sister?
Us6 Checks to do your
GIVING CHECKS FOR CHRISTMAS
IS BECOMING MORE AND MORE
POPULAR EACH YEAR -AND
WELL IT MAY.
Those you wish to remember can, in
this way, buy for themselves articles
which they need, rather than get a lot
of things they dq not want and have
no use for.
And it saves you the time, trouble and worry of
selecting Gifts. If you have no account now, let us
show you how easy it is to open one.
State Bank'of Warren
Gift Must Be Bought!
Buy Them HereSdMe Fine Values.
'What more acceptable gift Shanla
Wfrite&old Wrist Watch
Mememberflhere Wonly a short time left in
iwhicft to malie'^oi^: gift purcfed^s*S
I brother. Of course,,wt hav& many other gifti
^--the above are only suggestions.tCome in
and seg our new wrist watchesrectangular
shapes are especially beautiful and reasonably priced,tt^m
With each El&n or Hampden watch
during Christmas, a handsome pocket
knife and chainOUT, Christmas
rll$l c^H nn^'d ^aKojf fe&lmYitl'S'hite
wsfi?goI cuff Knfes, or a fountain pen for dad