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THE CROP SITUATION.4
The past three weeks havebeen .disastrous to
cropsv generally throughout th|rEast, South, South-'
west and Middle West. From |rhat appeared to be
a "bumper crop" now appear^to be ftearly a tof al
loss, owing to the excessive rains. Three weeks of
rainy weather, with oats standing dead ripe, has
caused this immense loss.
Marshall County seems to be ^the one favored
section. We hope we will have a dry harvest, but
right now, would it not be a good time for every
farmer to arrange to STACK twenty, forty or fifty
acres of his crop, which, in the event of wet
weather later on, would allow him to plow and
prepare for next year?
A word to the wise is sufficient.
LET US STACK A FEW ACRES
We are arranging for an unlimited amount of
money to loan this fall, both on real estate, first
and second mortgages, and for short time loans.
Pioneer Land & Loan Go,
Located in "Our Own Building."
FARMERS' STATE BANK
OF RADIUM
Transacts a General Banking
Business, writes Insurance,
Fire, Tornado and Hail, in
reliable companys
FARM LOAJSTB
W make a Specialty of Farm
Loans, reasonable rates, quick
service and no delay.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
YOURS O SERVE,
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FARMERS' STATE BANK
OF RADIUM
5 OO
BOOSTER COUPONS
AND
One Dinner Set Coupon
with each 25c purchase of
Rexall Remedies and Toilet Prep
arations, Violet Dulce, Harmony
or Bouquet Jeanice Perfumes and
Toilet Articles, Symphony Lawn
Stationery, Maximum or Mono
gram Rubber Goods, Croscut
Safety Razors, Klenzo Brushes.
SSS&LAIMRCA CIGAR S
All Other Days 3 for 25c
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2ftr,5
WARREN PHARMACY
THE OLD RELIABLE .REXALL STORE.
ED. QUISTGARD, PROP.
Day 'Phone 94 We Deliver Promptly Night 'Phone 196
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and Sat-
for25c
WEATHER FORECAST
Issued by the U. S. Weather
Bureau for the Upper Missis
sippi Valley and Plains States
Gleanings
GATHERED
HOME
4* 4*
For the Week Beginning
Wednesday, Aug. 11, 1915
Pair weather for four or
five clays, probably followed
by showers the last two or
three days of the week mod
erate temperature.
FROM
FIELD.
THE
MARKETS
Wheat 1.24
Flax 1.52
Barley 59
Oats 34
Rye 86
L. Wood and Carl Hanson left
for the twin cities on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Easton spent
Monday visiting friends at Argyle.
Mrs. W. Bergan, of Alvarado,
spent Tuesday in the city shopping.
Helen and Robert Mathwig are
visiting friends at Angus for a few
days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lundstrom, and Mrs.
A. J. Boggs autoed to Grand Forks,
Sunday.
Peter Dahlquist conducted services
at the Swedish Lutheran church in
Thief River Falls on Sunday.
Smoke the Ralph' Emerson local
cigar. A trial is all we ask. Made
by the Warren Cigar Company.
The Spaulding Elevator Co.'s new
elevator looms up high in the sky.
It is the sky scraper of Warren.
The moher and sister of Mrs.
Tomalonas arrived last Wednesday
from Spring Vally, 111., for a visit.
Extra Tonight (Thursday) Long
fellow's Evangeline, in 5 parts at
Dreamland. Adm. 10 and 15 cents.
Try a barrel of the fine gasoline
engine oil for your engine. Sold and
guaranteed by Lundgren Wittensten
& Co.
The Ralph Emerson Cigar. A
cigar that pleases. Sold for 10 Cents
straight. Made by the Warren Cigar
Company
William Wattam, of Grand Forks,
trame^ap ^n^&waday_aid spenkvJthe
day visiting with his father, Dr. G.
S. Wattam.
Mr. and Mrs. Lundstrom, Mr.' "and
Mrs. Malm and son Ray and Mr and
Mrs. Bengtson, made a trip to Eller
th, Sunday.
Difficulties are easily overcome af
ter you have taken a course in Man
kato Commercial College. Send for
particulars.
Andrew Stromlund from Strath
cona is visiting in Warren for a few
clays with his sister Mrs. J. W.
Lundstrom.
Peter Nordlund and daughters
Lavina and Ruth, of Alvarado,
passed thru yesterday on their way
home from Crookston by auto.
H. Stanchfield returned Monday
from a two weeks' vacation spent at
International Falls, Duluth and
Minneapolis.
Miss Mary Hoag, who has been
visiting her friend, Miss Edith
Mattson, returned Monday to her
home in Fargo.
The world is waiting for you
there are rich rewards for those who
are well equipped. North Star Col
lege, Warren, Minn.
When in the city for a day or week
don't forget the home comforts at the
Beaufort Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn.
Opposite the Post Office.
Father Grahagan and sister, of
DeKalb, 111, were here last week for
a visit at the home of James Mc
Keand and with other friends.
Extra Tonight (Thursday) Long
fellow's Evangeline, in 5 parts at
Dreamland. Adm. 10 and 15 cents.
H. C. Anderson, who has charge of
the Swedish Luthern church work at
Crookston, arrived Monday for a
short visit with friends in the city
Mr. and Mrs. G. Halvorson of
Plummer spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mathwig in
this city. They came over in their
car.
Try the Woodrow Wilson cigar.
The best nickle cigar on the market.
Sold at all cigar stands in the city.
Manufactured by the Warren Cigar
Company.
Charles Berkly and wife, of Ma
quoketa, Io, arrived last Saturday
to look over the country with the in
tention of buying a farm home in
this favored valley.
C. A. Nelson and family returned
last Saturday from a pleasant visit
at Mr. Nelson's old home at Clarence,
111., and with relatives and friends
in Chicago and Marinette, Wis.
Mrs. A. J. Slee and two children,
of Longmont, Col., visited at the
home of A. A. Harris and with other
friends on Thursday and Friday of
last week. She is a sister of former
Supts Wro Angus, of the Warren
school, where she also served as a
teacher Mrs. Slee has also visited
her old home at Garfield, Minn.
Lawrence Erickson, of Arkdale,
Wis., is visiting friends here for a
few days
Mrs. J. N. Blawd, who was taken
ill suddenly last Wednesday, is now
very much improved.
W. Powell went to Fargo Mon
day to attend to business affairs, re
turning yesterday.
The A. N. Eckstrom and W. O.
Braggans families autoed to Red
Lake Falls Sunday to spend the day.
Thomas Smedborn, of Arkdale,
Wis., a brother of Mrs. J. S. Hille
boe and Mrs. Hans Urtes, has ar
rived for a visit.
Extra Tonight. (Thursday) Long
fellow's Evangeline, in 5 parts at
Dreamland. Adm. 10 and 15 cents.
The farm machinery people have
been very busy for some time sup
plying their patrons with binder
twine and harvesting machinery.
Rev. L. M. Skunes and family of
Hillsboro, N. D. have been here on a
visit. Rev. Skunes filled the pulpit
in the United Norwegian Lutheran
church last Sunday
Miss Leona Campion, of Kelso,
Wash., is visiting at the-home of D.
Farrell. She has an uncle living
near Angus with whom she & mak
ing an extended visit.
Miss Miranda Sandin, of East
Grand Forks, is assisting at the C.
E. Sjostrand home during the illness
of Mrs. Sjostrand. At the time of
writing Mrs. Sjostrand is improving
nicely.
The Warren flouring mill has com
menced running regularly and its
steam whistle again proclaims the
hours at morning, noon and night, a
reminder that the flour milling in
dustry in Warren is still much alive.
Arvid Lindstrand, who has been
employed in a bank at Dixon, Mont
ana arrived home recently and has
accepted a position with the Warren
Machine and Iron Works os book
keeper.
Mrs, Holson and daughters Minnie
and Lilhe returned this week, after
hiring spent a week visiting friends
and relatives at Viking, Rosewood,
Newfolden, Middle River and Thief
River Falls.
When you enroll with us you will
be absolutely sure of getting the
right kind of training that will de
velop your ability to the highest
point North Star College, Warren,
Minn.
Misses Kathryn Nelson and Erma
Hoffman, the former from Minne
apolis, and the latter from Spokane,
Wash., returned Tuesday to their
resp&ctive homes after a short visit
at the, F. E. Colson home.
Evert! Anderson, son of Aug And
erson, the rural mail carrier on route
one, east of Argyle, died last night
in this city, where he was brought
shortly before for medical treatment
The young man was about 19 years
of age.
Mr. and Mrs Monrad Olson, of
Charlson, N. D., came over last
Thursday for a visit with relatives
and friends. Mr. Olson's father, J.
L. Olson, who had visited with them
in North Dakota, came back with
them to Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Grager, of
Maquoketa, Iowa, arrived last Satur
day to visit their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Hanson, and son Arnest, who live on
the former Fred Johnson farm a few
miles north of town.
Cools the stomach, washes out the
cl=, drives out itrpi,i uYo. help
the liver its Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea.' Take it once a week, dur
ing warm weather and see how happy
and contented you'll be. 35c Tea or
tablets.Warren Pharmacy.
GONE TO HIS REST.
Amund Olson Granberg, born
March 2, 1825. on a farm called
Holtet, Urskog, Norway, died
August 6, 1915. At the time of his
death he was 89 years 5 months and
4 days old.
Deceased, in his younger days was
a laborer and, when no more than 15
years of age, had to leave his par
ents to hustle for himself as his
brothers had to do. His education
was limited, as then there were not
many schools He was married to
Karen Olson in 1850 To this union
were born three children namely Ole,
Christian and Maren. They lived in
Urskog in a leased house, he working
on a farrti for very small wages.
When their sons grew up they left
for America, as some relatives sent
them passage money to cross the
Atlantic. Work was plentiful here
then, as now and they soon were able
to send for their parents and sister.
They arrived in Warren and went
out to the boys' homesteads. At
first they stayed with their son
Christian until his death in 1903,
when they moved to their other son
Ole's farm, where the wife of de
ceased lived for only a few days.
Since then deceased has enjoyed
good health, considering his advan
ced age until recently, when he be
in to grow weaker and was not
able to be around, only to dress him
self and to sit in a chair in his room.
He died peacefully laying in bed.
After having his dinner as usual he
went to sleep never to speak again.
J. A. B.
Capital $25,000.
Surplus $15000.
Pres., O. H. Taralseth.
V. Pres., H. L. Melgaard.
Cashier, C. A. Nelson.
5 per cent Interest on Time
Deposits.
MAKE
A BANK ACCOUNT
WITH US
THE
STEPPING STONE*
TO
Swedish Lutheran, Alvarado
The new pastor Rev. J. W. Lund
gren will preach his introductory
sermon in Elim church on Sunday,
Aug. 29, 1915 at 10:30 a. m., in
Bloomwood at 3 p. m. and in Alvar
ado at 8 p. m.
LUTHERAN SYNOD CHURCH
The meeting of the Ladies' aid of
the Lutheran Synod church, post
poned from last week, will be held
Thursday afternoon this week at
the home of Mrs. A. C. Knudson, 5
miles northwest of Warren. Every
body welcome.
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State Bank" of Warren
Warren Minn.
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The Churches.
UNITED NOR. LUTH. CHURCH
N. G. W. Knudtsen. Pastor.
Services in Melo Sunday afternoon
12 p. m. Ladies society meets at the
home of Mrs. C. Knutson Thursday
afternoon the 12th. of August. All
are welcome.
MISSION CHURCH OF VIKING.
Werner Drotts, Pastor.
The closing exercises with this
year's confirmation class will be held
next Sunday at 10. a. m. Services
will also be held at 7:30 p. m. All
are welcome.
No Workman
Will put in all his time i
working for you, nor will you
for anyone else
Your Spare Dollars
owever, -will work every
hour of every day of every year,
earning interest continually
An Account With Us
And Set Them To Work
The above strength gives us
MONEY TO LOAN
ALL THE TIMEnot occasionly
-but ALL THE TIME, on good
Personal Notes, improved or un
improved Farms and City Property.
Our rates are the cheapest,
Our terms the most liberal.
Carry your Check Account, De
posit your money and make your
loans with the Bank that is Strong
Enough to take care of your needs
at ALL TIMES.
THE
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
OF WARREN
H. L. WOOD. Cashier.
EvEN ONE DOLLAR
WILL 3E ACCEPTED
HERE, AS A FIRST
^*BEPOS IT
SWEDISH LUTHERAN CHURCW
F. N. Anderson. Pastor.
Sunday Aug. 15. Sunday school
10 a. m. Services 8 p. m.
VegaSunday school 10-30 a. nu
Services 11 a. m.
SCANDINAVIAN M. E. CHURCK
K. Winberg, Pastor.
No services next Sunday. Sunday
school, 2 p. m. The Ladies aid will
meet at the home of Mrs Ole Hol
sen on Wednesday, August 18th.
SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH
I Sunday Aug. 15. Morning ser
vices 10-30 a. m. Sunday school 11-45
a. m. Evening services 8*00 p. m.
Thursday-Prayer meeting. All are
welcome.
GERMAN EVANG. LUTHERAN
H. F. Brauer, Pastor.
German services Sunday, Ang. 15,
at 2:30 p. m. All are welcome. Ser
vices at Radium at 10:00 a. m.
LUTHER LEAGUE
Lawn social Fuday Aug. 13, 4 p.
m. At the church lawn
Refreshments, candy ice cream
and cake, coffee and cake. Music by
the Warren City Band. All are
welcome.
er Than Ever
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WARREN.
Capital
Surplus Resources
,E
$ 50,000.00
10,000.00
475,000.00
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