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J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor.
nteredatthe PastOffiueat Warren as Second
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
WE were glad to learn upon our
return from the Editorial Excursion
that the Farmers' Institute at War
ren was a complete success. Supt.
Hoverstad, whom we met at Crooks
ton, expressed himself as well pleased*
with the large attendance and great
interest shown in the meeting by the
farmers as well as by the citizens of
Warren. It is very proper that the
dwellers in the town and the country
work hand in hand in a matter of
this kind, as anything that will edu
cate, elevate and help the farmers
will also be beneficial to the towns
people. Many new ideas and sugges
tions were scattered about like seeds
which will in time spring up and bear
fruit in improved methods of farming.
Agriculture is getting to be more and
more of a science, and in recent years
there has been a great deal inquiry
and investigation to learn how farm
ing may be made more productive.
The matter of mixed farming has re
ceived a great deal of attention, and
now when we see the price of wheat
fall in propoition to the rainfall,
happy indeed is the faimer who has
other farm products than wheat to
dispos3 of during the year. And even
though the wheat crop bhould wither
in youth or he struck at maturity by
the relentless hail-stone, the farmer
who has learned to diversify can turn
to his pig stile, his sheep pen and
stock yard for solace and gain. The
American farmer is the most impor
tant factor in our civilization to-day.
He more than any other class sways
the destinies of the republic. He lives
close to nature's heart, from which
he draws inspiration for a true and
noble life. To the tiller of the soil
this country owes much of its great
ness and its wealth. The United
States can produce enough foodstuff
to supply the world, and statesmen
say that the nation that feeds the
world lules the world. Farmers' In
stitutes are held in order that the
greatness, prosperity and happiness
of this nation may be still further
Pithy, Pointed, and Pertinent.
The last Filipino general has sur
rendered himself and his forces, and
the only rebellion against Old Glory
now is that is the meeting room of
the Boston "'aunties."
We don't suppose that Senator El
kins meant to tread on any particu
lar toes when he said that the next re
publican candidate for President
would not be a Senator. So many
Senators are considered possible can
didates that his remarks cannot be
consideied personal.
That we buy as well as sell outside
the United States is shown by the
fact that we paid in 1900 for import
ed agricultural products the tidy sum
of 420,000,000
Sehator Depew has no reason to
feel chdgiined. He did the country a
service by giving President McKinley
a quickly griped opportunity to
lay the thud temi ghost for good
and all
The republic an party doesn't need
to reply to attacks upon the policy of
MeKinley'fe administiation they are
fully answered by the condition of ev
ery branch ot industry and commerce
inthecountry. Our prosperity isn't in
the next State it is everywhere, and
everybody knows it is due to carry
ing out the republican ideas.
Maj. Gen. John C. Bates, who has
recentlyreturned from thePhilippines,
said of the condition of the array:
"Our troops are in excellent condi
tion. We had no more sickness than
one would naturally expect from a
tropical climate, and 1 think no more
than we would have if our troops
were stationed in the Gulf States
As soon as quiet is thoroughly re
stored all over the Philippines the
Census Bureau will take a complete
census of the islands, which will be
the first ever taken, as under the
Spanish rule the population was al
ways estimated.
If every battleship constructed con
tinues to increase the speed record, as
they have done for some time, we
shall eventually have something very
swift in that line.
Dowie, the humbug now posing in
Chicago as Elijah, is preaching an
early end of the world, but he still
insists upon taking up a collection at
every meeting,
Mr. F. E. Nelson and Miss Augusta
Johnson Harried flonday Evening.
The wedding bells have rang again
in our city and two more of our young
people have joined their lives in th,e
happy bonds of wedlock, and will
travel the journey of life together.
Last Monday evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johnson oc
curred the wedding of their daughter
Augusta to Frans E. Nelson. Both
of the young people are well known in
Warren and vicinity, and each has a
large list of personal friends among
both old and young. Mr. Nelson is
our popular merchant tailor. The
wedding ceremony was celebrated in
the handsome parlor of the Johnson
residence, and promptly at six o'clock
in the evening the bridal party filed
into the room. The groom was ac
companied by Garfield Johnson,
brother of the bride, and Miss Malin
da Johnson was in attendance upon
the bride. Mr. C. J. Johnson, the
bride's father, led the bride to the
altar, and Rev. A. Mattson tied the
hymeneal knot. The room was tastily
decorated with flowers and evergreens,
and a large number of friends crowded
the room to witness the beautiful wed
ding ceremony of the Swedish Luth
eran church. At the close of the cere
mony and after the numerous con
gratulations had been tendered the
happy couple, those assembled were
ushered to a bowery that had been
erected on the spacious lawn, where
the wedding supper had been spread'.
The happy couple were the recipients
of a large number of useful and orna
mental presents, in appreciation of
the esteem in which they are held.
Mr. Nelson has erected a fine resi
dence on Bridge street, and as soon
as the finishing touches are put upon
it they will occupy it. The SHEAF ex
tends congratulations and wish for
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson a long and pros
perous journey through life, and may
the great Roadmaker clear their
paths from the ruts and stumps, and
leave for them a smooth passage.
monthly magazine edited especially
to interest the women folks on the
farm. There are numerous papers to
interest and instruct the farmer but
the wife and daughter have been over
looked by papers of the same class.
Here is a high grade monthly printed
on fine paper, illustrated with the
best half tone pictures, articles writ
ten by famous authors, all on subjects
that will specially interest every farm
er's wife and daughter and the entire
family generally, for the low price of
50 cents per year, but this price will
soon be advanced. To have it intro
duced as quick as possible if you will
mention this paper it will be sent to
new subscribers for 10 cents for six
months or 15 cents for one year.
Sample copies, 5 cents. One or two
cents postage stamps accepted same
as cash. Address, THE FARMER'S
WIFE, Winona, Minn.
The~new firm in the machine shop,
Swansou & Johnson, invites thresh
ers to call on them for prices, etc.,
for reflueing and other repairing on
engines. We guarantee the work.
We will always keep a full assort
ment of flues and steam fittings on
Question Answered.
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest salp of any medicine* in the
civilized world. Your mothers' and
grandmothers' never thought of us
ing anything else for Indigestion or
Biliousness. Doctors svere scarce,
and they seldom heard of Appendi
citis, Nervous Prostration or Heart
failure, etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out the system apd stop
fermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimu
late the nervous and organic action
of the system, and that is all they
took when feeling dull and bad with
headache and other aches. You on
ly need a few doses of Green's August
Flower, in liquid form, to make you
satisfied there^is nothing serious the
matter with you. Get Green's Prize
Almanac at the local drug stores.
Mr. W. J. Baxter, of North Brook,
N. C, says he suffered with piles for
fifteen years. He tried many reme
dies with no results until he used De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve and that
quickly cured him. Johnson Drug Co.
A Terrible Explosion
"Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
here frightfully,"writes N. E. Palmer,
of Kirkman, la. "The best doctors
couldn't heal the running sore that
followed, but Bucklen's Arnica Salye
entirely cured her." Infallible for
Cuts, Corns. Sores, Boils, Bruises,
Skin Diseases and Piles. 25c at
E. F. Whitney's. iT^^l%^A
In the
First Degree
That is the sentence
given to about a hun
dred suits of Clothing
in Q. C. Winchester's
Store this morning.
Among them are suits
of all sizes and if you
come early you will
certainly get a fit.
Not every size of all
kinds, but all sizes of
different kinds.
Men's and Boys' Suits at
Half Price.
Fine all wool Suits in black with
small white stripe, well finished in
every way, regular $15, now #7.58
Fine brown and mohair mixed,
with good Italian lining, cut in the
latest style, regular $14, now $7.
Fine brown and red mixed suits
that are the proper weight for sum
mer, regular $15, now $7.50.
Fine all wool suits in gray and
black mixed, with white stripe, reg
ular $10, now $5.
Fine all wool suits, brown and
white mixed, regular $8, now $4.
Fine blazk suits, silk mixed, reg
ular $14, now $7.
Fine all wool cut-aways made of
the best grey pin check cloth, reg
ular $15, now $7.50.
Fine all wool blue serges that are
the most stylish thing for summer,
regular $18, now I9.
Fine grey and black suits that
are right up-to-date, regular $12.50,
now $6.25.
In fact every one of these hun
dred suits will be sold at half price
and the sooner you come the better
chance you have of getting youi
I am also making a reduo
tion in Pants from ten to
fifty per dent.
I am still selling the best Cream
Separator in the world, the famous
Improved United States.
to Make
Acorn soda, our own brand, one pound
package special while they last 5c
Evaporated Peaches.
Fine California Yellow Peaches. Special
sale while they last, per pound 8c-
California Prunes.
1900 crop. No better value ever offered.
Special while they last, per pound 5c
We Prosper
Evaporated Apples.
Extra choice fruit, just the thing for
pies, 3 pounds for 25c
If you like a good, strong, healthy bev
erage, try a pound of this coffee per
pound 15c 7 pounds for $1.00
Tea Dust.
This is the best tea dust ever offered for
the money per pound 30c
Laundry Soap.
An unusual bargain 35 bars for $1.00
New Shoes.
Have you seen the latest? We've got it.
They sell like hot cakes. TheOxblood $4.00
Wash Wringers..
Be good to your wife and get one of our
wringers. From $1.65 to $3 25
dies- I The Peoples
Trading Co.,
Regardless of the extremely rainy weather
we have been very busy during the month of
June. We certainly appreciate the liberal
patronage that we are receiving, and only de-
sire to further please our numerous customers
in treatment, selection of goods and prices.
Our aim is to give the best and most for your
money. If you should chance to be a stranger
kindly call and let us get acquainted it may
result in our mutual good. Below we make a
few quotations taken at random from our im-
mense stock.
each year by using daily the
Kneeland Omega Cream Separator.
The only Simple Machine on the market that does its work
easily and thoroughly, costing less than any other, and less
for repairs, strong, durable and thoroughly efficient
to see and examine it and for our free book, "Good Butter and How
It," of our agent,
We have exclusive sale of H. J. Heinz Co. Key Stone brand of Pickles and
condiments of all kinds. H. J. Heinz took the Gold Medal at the Paris
Exposition for his goods and you know what that means, when in com=
petition with European firms who have practically held the trade both in
the old countries and America for years. Buy Heinz Key Stone brand.
It is certainly the best.
Just what you want to rest in when you
are tired $1.00 to $2.00
10e tin dippers, special sale while they
last $ .05
45e long handle lorks 25
Garden rakes 25
Water boilers, copper bottom 25
Dish pans, tin 25
Thermometer 25
Hammers 25
Alarm clocks, just the thing to wake you
up in the morning* 90
14-quart milk pail with strainer 40
Garden sprinkler 50
Churns 4.50
Lanterns 60c to $1.00
Here is a nice cool summer corset for the
modest price of 35c
Scotch lawn, per yard 4c
White lawn, all grades from 10c to 40c
White Organdy, pretty goods 15c
Dotted Swiss, in delicate colorings and
white 25c
Black lawn, handsome striped effects 12c
Then there is a full line of cool, thin
shirt waists at all prices.
Misses' and Children's hats 25 per
cent discouut from former prices.
Fire Works.
Buy your fireworks from us. We have a
full assortment of everything in this line that
will make the heart of the boy bound with joy.
Fire crackers, all sizes.
Flags, all sizes.
Roman candles.
Snake nests.
Cap*., pistols, fans, etc.

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