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THE EVEN HEAT
Temperature Alarm for Incubator*
and Brooder- Bell can be placed any
where. Xo more weak hicks from
over-heatms or chilled. Heat ran be
kept many make of incubator ju^t a
even as by a mother hen Will save
fuel, labor and eggs, scives better re-
sult"* hatching Apparatus guaran
tee or money refunded PRICE $3.75
Agents wanted. State make of your
Order todaydon't delay
THE ETA CO., NEWFOLDEN, MINX.
^liBERT^BONDS S O THAT GOVERNMENT OF
THE PEOPLE THE PEOPLE,
AND FOR THE PEOPLE SHALL
NOT PERISH FROM THE EARTH'
This Space Donated by
R. C. MATHWIG
The past week has been a very busy
one for the farmers. The ram of Sat
urday was quite a joy to see, as it
was very dry.
After having spent three weeks here
visiting relatives and friends Mr-.
Anton Paulson left for her home in*
Alberta Monday mornhig of this week
Alfred Wilier is aKo a Ford owner
Mr. and Mrs. John E Johnson have
now moved to stay with Mr Johnson's,
Louis Lofgren has written home that
he will arrive" back from the sunny
There was meeting at John John
son's last Sunday afternoon, and
the evening at Lofgren'^ place, held
by Miss Agneb Johnson.
The fall of temperature has given
the farmers a re^t.
The Farmers Co-Operative Store is
coming up in line shape.
Look this issue of the Sheaf over
carefully, note the large amount of
home news, then send us your sub
scritioh for a year. 52 issues for
only $1.50, not even thre cents a
"What doth it profit a man, if he gain the
whole world and lose his own soul?"
W may raise great crops and we may be
come enormously rich, but what will our farms
be worth if our armies are defeated and our
women and children are driven into captivity as
the women and children of the farmers of Bel
gium have been.
Horrible to contemplatebut a possibility.
We must work on thefarm tofeed our boys "over
there." But we must put every bit of the profit we
gain from the farm into Third Liberty Loan Bond*
that our government may buy our wheat.
This is not a sacrifice, as Uncle Sam returns every
bit of the money with interest.
Farm Loans made through
The Federal Land Bank
of St. Paul, Minn.
G. N. MORKASSEL
There will he a Red Cross Auction
at Radium on Saturday, April 20th.
All those wishing to contribute are
welcome to do so. as the more who are
willing to contribute will add just so
much more to the Red Cross fund,
which we are greatly in need of. Con
sequently we would like as many as
possible of the Radium Red Cross Aux
iliary to contribute anything in the line
of poultry, vegetables, wearing apparel,
machinery, etc. Kindly let Miss Loen
or Miss Sedlacek know just what you
are able to contribute, as it will make
it more convenient for the officer*.
Mrs. Ole Nelson and children accom
panied by Miss Esther Eskildsen. went
to Warren Tuesday to do some shop
Mrs. Chas Leslie was a Warren
visitor on Friday.
Mrs. Dave Ostlund and son Warren,
returned to their home at Oslo Wed
nesday, after spending a few days with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schant
There was a surprise party given at
the Radium hall for Mr. and Mrs.
Christ Eskildsen Thursday evening.
The ladies all went over to get Mrs.
Eskildsen. and that she certainly was
surprised there is no doubt. There
was a large attendance and the even
ing was passed in dancing, at midnight
a delicious luncheon was served. All
departed wishing Mrs. Eskildsen and
family the best of success in their fu
ture home at Strandquist. where they
own a farm, which they intend to live
on in the future. Mr. Eskildsen will
remain here, as yet. as he has not been
able to dispose of his blacksmith shop.
The departure of this family will be a
loss to this community. They have
been residents of this village for many
years past. That they will be missed
by many of their numerous friends is
certain. They were presented with a
neat sum of money to remember the
Radium folks by.
Mrs. Johnson, of Alvarado, arrived
Wednesday evennig to spend a few
days with Mrs. Christ Eskildsen. She
returned to Alvarado Saturday morn
ing. She was at one time a resident
of this village It did many of her
friends good to see her looking so well
Mrs. oie Nelson and children went
to Warren Saturday morning, where
she is having some dental work done.
Do not forget the Red Cross Auction
April 20th. Let's all try and so and
contribute what we can.
Mr. and Mrs Eskildsen and children
left Saturday evening for their future
home at Strandquist. Mr. Eskildsen
will, however, return in a few days.
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Huset and child
ren. Doris. Fern and Chester, returned
home Saturday, after spending a few
days with their parents and relatives
Miss Milly Tatro returned to War
ren Monday morning, after spending
Saturday and Sunday with her parents.
The Misses Mae and Violet Rutz and
Mrs. Mat Anderson and children, were
pleasant afternoon callers at the home
of Mis Wm Zblewski
The Radium school has organized a
Junior Red Cross. They boast -of a
100 per cent membership.
The Thrift Stamp drive held at the
schoolhouse turned out very successful
Thrift Stamps and War Savings Certi
ficates were sold to the amount of
Misses Ruth Wood and Florence An
derson, of the Warren Normal depart
ment, who have been practice reaching
here the past week, departed for their
respective homes on Friday evening.
Harold. Esther and Martin Eskild
sen left for their future home at
Strandquist on Saturday. We will all
miss them at school.
Dance at Radium hall Saturday ev
ening, April 1.1 Music by Warren
Elmer Pearson returned from a busi
ness trip to Montana last week.
A ribbon social will be held at the
Bloomwood school house Saturday ev
ening. April 13th, for the benefit of
the Y. M. C. A. Everybody welcome.
Ivan Larson returned from Wiscon
sin last week, where he has spent the
winter. He will assist his brother,
Lewis Larson, with the farm work this
Anna Lindberg assisted Mrs. Hutton
with tJie work last week.
Esther Pearson -visited with her
home folks Saturday and Sunday.
Ellen Ahlm has returned from
Crookston. where she attended the
Agricultural school the past winter
The Hans Larson family has moved
to Vega, where they will make their
Arvid Dahlin's auction ale held on
Tuesday was a success.
HERE AT HOME
Warren Citizens Gladly Testify and
Confidently Recommend Doan's
It is testimony like the following that
has placed Doan's Kidney Pills' so far
above competitors. When people right
here at home raise their voice in praise
there is no room left for doubt. Read
the public statement of a Warren citi
Theodore Shantzen, Harwood addi
tion, says: "I had been doing some
pretty heavy lifting while working on
the farm a few years ago and it start
ed kidney trouble. I had awful bad
pains through my back. The trouble
kept me awake, and mornings I would
get up feeling more tired than before I
went to bed. The kidney secretions
passed too freely. I had dizzy spells.
A merchant in town suggested I try
Doan's Kidney Pills and in about three
or four days after I began taking them,
I got relief. After finishing six boxes
of Doan's, I was as well as ever and I
haven't been bothered with my kidneys
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedyget
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that Mr.
Shantzen had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
'C-is&^kt* Xt^ -1
a dut to the Liberty Bell.
The principles of Liberty and
Justice which our fathers fought
for in 1776 have been attacked.
The German Kaiser himself
has written: "I am dreaming a
dream of a German World
Empireand my mailed fist shall
Already his horde of self-styled
Huns has spread over the lands
of five nations. And wherever
it has gone it has left desolation.
In those nations
Every Hand in the Land
in the land owes
NORTHERN PACKING COMPANY
ANNOUNCES SECOND ISSUE
OF CAPITAL STOCK.
In conformity with the orders of its stockholders, the
officers and directors of the Northern Packing Com-
pany announce that an increase of the capital stock
of the company from $500,000 to $1,000,000 is being
made and the 750 shares of common and 750 shares
of preferred or $150,000.00 worth of this new issues
will be placed upon the market at par.
I The Northern Packing Company has been successful
from the start. Itsfieldis so evident and the time is
so opportune for its organization and profitable oper-
ation that capital has willingly been subscribed as it
was placed upon the market.
Under conditions that existed when this company
was organized, the original capital would have been
ample, but war time demands for meat and the in-
creased cost of live stock make it desirable to in-
crease, to an extent, both the facilities and the capital
of the company, hence the increase in the capitaliza-
tion of the company and the opportunity for our
North Dakota and Northwestern Minnesota people
to share in this big industry. The fact that more
than seventy people reserved for purchase portions
of this new issue before it was available indicates the
esteem in which this Investment Stock is Held.
1 1 Building operations which were necessarily suspend-
ed during December, January and February, are
being resumed this month and our plant will be ready
for operation early this fall. In ample time for the
I The Treasury Department at Washington through
its Federal Reserve Bank Committee on Capital
Issues, has declared that the immediate completion
and operation of our plant is not incompatible with
the interest of the United States and the War.
Northern Packing Company
Grand Forks, North Dakota
A North Dakota Corporation, Financed by Farmers and Business Men, Maaufaoturi*
and Marketing Northwestern Products.
are hundreds of thousands of
men, women, and little children
who can no longer raise their
hands in defense oftheir country.
We say we live in a free land. But
our freedom today stands or falls frith
the success or failure of our boys who
are fighting for us.
That we may halt the Huns in their
mad war of conquest, our Government
needs Billions of Dollars in the Third
Liberty Loan. Every hand in the land
must give. Every dollar which is not
being used for necessities, must ring the
Liberty Bell. The man or woman who
does not buy his or her share of Third
Liberty Loan Bonds has no right to the
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