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Allie Moe, of Caledonia, N. D., a
young brother of Mrs. O. G. Valtin
son, is visiting here.
W.A.Benzie's two brothers, from
Thief River Falls, spent a few days
visiting him this week.
Call in and get ode of the farmers'
institute books. We have a number
left to give out to farmers.
John N. Blawd is making some
extensive improvements on his place
of business on First street.
GIRL WANTED Good girl for
general housework. Highest wages
paid. Mrs W. W. Johnson.
Methodist church, Sunday, June
30th. Morning service at 10:30.
Evening subject: "Manliness Tested
All day on the 4th of July the
Epworth League will serve ice cream
and lunch at the old court house.
Don't forget us.
Warren has a very creditable ar
ray of gardens this year. The rains
for the past two weeks have brought
the garden truck forward in elegant
Geo. Cline took Monday evening's
train for Cherokee, Iowa, to look up
a number of farmers who are con
templating settling in the Red River
The street commissioner had a
crew of men -at work on Main street
Tuesday and succeeded in making
quite an improvement in that thor
F. 0. Moon, of Lake Benton,
Minn bought a half section of Red
River land this week and intends to
go into mixed farming on an exten
A.I.Skurdal, of Keene, and Albm
Hanson and G. F. Tatro. of Warren,
were three of the enterprising farmers
who made a call on the SHEAF while
attending the farmers' institute Sat
urday, and of course they now receive
If you did not get one of those
books at the farmers' institute don't
forget to call at this office and get
one. We have still a number left. If
you haA a neighbor that does* not
take the SHE\F tell him the books
are here for distribution.
Advertisements have been in
feerted in several papers in the south
ern part of the state asking for bids
foi the erection of the First National
Bank building in this city. The
building, if built from the plans now
open for inspection, will be a credit
to the city.
Harvey Brooks, advance agent
of the Cosgrove Concert Company,
was town Tuesday and made ar
rangements for that company to ap
pear at the Opera house on Saturday
evening. The Co&groves are well
known entertainers and always give
Dixon & Erickson have completed
their arrangements for the handling
of the "various kinds of machinery
this year and number among their
specialties the best of everything
from a threshing machine to a hay
lake. They are both old hands at
the using of what they sell and should
be competent to judge as to what i &
W. C. Miller, one of the progres
sive farmers who recently came to
this district from Iowa, was in town
Monday and called in and ordered
the SHEAF for a year that he may
keep abreast of the times. Mr. Miller
brought with him a head of thor
oughbred shorthorn cattle and a
-drove of thoroughbred Poland China
hogs. He intends to devote his at
tention to the raising of this class of
stock, believing that our district is
adapted to the industry. Our farm
ers will watch Mr. Miller's progress
closely and we join them in wishing
L. J. Linder spent Sunday in
Crookston, returning Monday mor
Fivehundred dollars will be given
away at the sports here on the
Miss Laura Hewitt returned
Monday evening from a visit with
friends up the line.
Warren and Hallock will play a
star game of ball here on the Fourth.
Come in and see it.
Mrs. Guy Carlton left Saturday
evening for a six weeks' visit with
her parents in Illinois.
County Attorney arr was down
this week attending the meeting of
the county commissioners.
Have your crop insured against
Hail by an old reliable company re
presented by FLANDERS & WOOD.
Henry Funk, who looks after
Max Eriesson's business in this neck
of the woods, was in town Tuesday.
J. E. Morrisey, the Crookston
iron man, transacted- business with
some of our business men last Satur
The best lot of norse races ever
seen in this district will be run here
on the Fourth. Come in and see
L. Lamberson took a run to the
southern part of the state the latter
part of last week, returning Monday
W. W. Johnson has rented the
house lately occupied by F. A. Green,
and will move into it as soon as some
repairs are made.
Wm. Freeman, who officiates as
chief meat carver in Ketcham's meat
market, spent Sunday with the home
folks in Crookston
Senator Grindeland returned
Tuesday morning from Twin Valley,
where he had spent a few days trans
acting legal business.
J. L. E. Peck, of Iowa, has been
in town forthe past few days looking
up the prospects for investing in
Marshall county land.
F. A. Green has moved his family
to his tarm near Stephen, and is no
longer a citizen of Warren. We will
all miss genial Fiank and his pleas
If you don't see that parade on
the Fourth yon will miss the si^ht of
your lite. Street fairs will not be in
it. The committee has secured some
fine attractions and the parade will
be both pretty and humorous.
Hon. C. McCarthy, of Little
Falls, is one of the finest orators in
the northern part of the state. Come
to Warren on the Fourth of July and
hear him talk oai America and herclose
growth and prosperity during the
last 110 years.
Jas. O'Connell is another who
has joined thelist of temporary grass
widowers. Mrs O'Connell left Satur
day evening for a visit with her par
ents in the southern part of the state.
She will also visit friends in Chicago
before returning home.
A. C. Swandby returned home
Monday morning from St. Paul,
where he had been attending the
meeting of the grand lodge of the
Oddfellows. Mrs. Swandby, who ac
companied him, went on to southern
Wisconsin, where she will spend a few
weeks visiting friends and relatives.
Thos. Johnstone, who now trav
els around the country showing up
the good points of the Milwaukee
harvester, spent a few days in town
last week helping M. L. Larson get
his machines in shape for the season.
He lefts Saturday evening for the
Mrs J. P. East on returned Tues
day morning from St. Paul, where
she attended the meeting of the Re
bekah Grand Lodge as a delegate
from the local lodge. After attend
ing to her official duties she spent a
few days visiting with friends in the
We pay the highest market price
for wool. The Peoples Trading Co.
WANTED Several farmers have in the past
week spoken to us of grasshoppers
appearing in this vicinity. There is
no danger, to be apprehended from
the specimen of hopper that is here,
as they are of the harmless native
The First National Bank tsafe ar
rived Monday and was installed in
Flanders & Wood's office, which is to
be the temporary quarters of the
bank till the building is completed.
The bank will open up for business
next Monday morning.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
chuich will serve dinner in W. F.
Powell's warehouse on the 4th of
July. Dinner will be ready at the
of the morning exercises at the
park. Strawberries, ice cream and
cake ill be served in the evening.
Ingval, a little son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lais Sather, of this city, while
playing with some other boys Tues
day, had the misfortune of being
struck with some mud in the hand of
one of the other boys, it entering one
of his eyes, causing such a pain as to
make medical assistance necessary.
The Ladies of the Swedish Luth
ern church will serve dinner, icecream
and cake and lemonade on Fourth of
July at their adjoining the old Bishop
Johnson building on Johnson avenue.
The proceeds will go toward finishing
the new church, hence the ladies will
be pleased to receive a liberal patron
The Cosgroves musical organiza
tion is billed for the Opera house
Saturday night. They are the best
company that come up this way and
should be well patronized. Mr. Mul
ligan, the Irish comedian and Miss
Mack in a comedy sketch is a side
splitting farce from beginning to
end. Mr. Harris, the silver toned
singer, is also with this attraction.
Mr. McLaskey and Mr. Cosgrove,
the musical wonders, are something
grand. Admission 15c, 25c and 35c.
Seats on sale at Benzie's.
W E WANT YOUR BUSINESS, O A SHARE OF ITAT ANY RATE.
'e bu and sell Farms, and want to secure Twenty Ciood Farms in I You had better let us write you some Fire Insurance before the
this section at once. Come in and list vours.
Fourth of July. We handle only reliable companies,
MONEY TO LQA/ at 5i per cent on good Farm Lands. Can you Beat it?
Good girl for general
housework. Apply to Dr. Penney.
The oldest Hail insurance Co. Now
doing business is represented by
FLANDERS & WOOD.
John P. Mattson returned Tues
day from his trip to the Pan-Amer
ican exposition at Buffalo.
The county commissioners held
their regular monthly meeting in this
city the first days of the week.
---Israel Peterson, of Viking, return
ed Tuesday from a visit with his bro-'
ther Bev, Peterson of Wisconsin.
Now is the chance to buy! Fancy
Irish Mackerel only 12c per pound
at K. J. TARALSETH'S.
The Improved United States Sepa
rator has only three pieces to clean
where you will have from 20 to 45 in
Mr. R. Reed of New Maine was a
Warren visitor this week, and reports
everything booming in this section of
Remember that you can get a
good dinner cheap and also help a
good cause by patronizing the stand
of the "Swedish Luthern ladies on the
Fourth of July.
Nels P. Nystrom, of East Park
was in Warren today and remember
ed the Sheaf with the pleasant call.
What his part of the county needed,
he says, is more ditches.
Service in the Norwegian Luth
eran church next Sunday morning
at 10:30 a. m. At Melo church 3:30
p. m. At Snake river Norw. Luth.
church 3 o'clock p. m.
You can't afford to be without an
Improved United States Cream Sepa
rator, as it saves you pound of
butter over and above the regular
amount you get by skimming from
the pan in every 100 pounds of milk.
NewBrick Building Opposite Sheaf Office
The Improved United States Sepa
rator took the premium at the
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Larson and
baby went to Hallock this morning
to visit friends.
D. Farrell and W. S. Day went to
Crookston last evening to take part
in the shooting tournament.
Lewis E. Wattam is now at
Bowesmont, N. D., engaged in the
real estate business and doing well.
Come in and see the new Improved
United Stares Separator at
G. C. WINCHESTER'S.
It is proposed to charge 25 cents
admission to the ball game Monday
in order to meet necessary expenses.
Mrs. Louis Westman is visiting
friends in the southern part of the
state and Mrs. John Westman is
visiting her old home in Wisconsin.
Attorney W. J. Brown returned
this morning from Crookston where
he attended to legal business mat
ters, and found lots of work awaiting
him at home.
Manager Brown, of the ball team
has arranged a game with Crookston
for next Monday. This will be one of
the best games of the season as both
teams are in excellent condition.
Ye editor returned home Tuesday
from the editorial excursion, but lim
ited space this week prevents giving
an account ot the glories and wonders
of the great Pan-American Exposi
Crookston's ball team had it off
week this week. They played at Hal
lock Tuesday and got it in the neck
by a score of 3 to 5. On Wednesday
theyed Fargo and came out second
best to the tune of 8 to 4.
The Ladies of the Swedish Luth
ern church of Warren is to serve din
ner, ice cream, coffee, and cake on the
Fourth of July and they most cord
ially invite everybody to their tent
or stand on the west sidethe proceeds
to be used for finishing their new
"Our little girl was unconscious
from strangulation during a sudden
and terrible attack of croup. I quick
ly secured a bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure, giving her three doses.
The croup was mastered and our
little darling speedily recovered." So
writes A. Spafford, Chester, Mich.
Johnson Drug Co.
John Riener, of Excel, was
brought to Warren today by -Her
man Berndt and Frank Rydberg,
of the same town, tor examination
as to bis sanity in the Probate
court. He was committed to the
asylum for the third time, and will
be taken there by Mr. Berndt and
Sheriff For&berg this evening.
We have an abundance of lain,
and with the present warm weather,
all kinds of crops are growing fast.
The hay crop will be immense. Ear
ly sown wheat is heading out. Late
sown grain is doing well. If nothing
happens to the growing gram, the
Red River Valley will raise a big crop
The Hail is up on us again. Insure
your crop with FLANDERS & WOOD.
500 acres of grass land on sections
9,10,15, Township 154. Range 49.
Inquires of APGAR & CLINE,
Lectures on the mission of China
will be given by missionary Daniel
Nelson from China as follows: At
Big Woods Norwegian Lutheran
church Sunday, July 7,10:30 a. m.
At Granville church, same day, 3:30
p. m. At Snake river Norw. Luth.
church Monday, July 8,10:30 a. m.
At Warren Norwegian Lutheran
church, July 8, 8 o'clock p. m., and
at Melo (near Noble P. 0.) July 9,'
10:30. REV. N. F. KILE.
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extra large shaft and long journals, all the PULLEIS \EARLY
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large cylinder is DOUBLE that of any other make, and
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Shoe, with extra large seives and capacious elevator,enables
it to handle, save and clean all its grain to perfection.
The enormous capacity, steady motion and perfect separa
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wholesale work of the Northwest.
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