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JOHN P. MATTSON,
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READ THE LIBERTY LQAN ADS.
The business men of Warren have
come to the assistance of the govern
ment by generously advertising at
their own expense the Third Liberty
Loan, the drive of which will com
mence on April 15th- These ads are
well written by soniej of the best ad
vertising experts in the country and
are also typographically attractive,
thus presenting to the mind and the eye
of the reader the whole case of the
Liberty Bonds. Xo tine who reads
these ads can help being stirred to
greater depths of patriotism and
spurred on to make" greater sacrifices
for the nation, financial and otherwise,
in this great crisis. Again we urge
all to read the ads carefully and also
to note the names of the business men
who have kindly donated the space to
the iro\ eminent to the end that the
loan may be a succe^sr
Warren will be called on raise
$80,000 of the Third1'
Can we do it? Yes, we can, 'go over
the top" if everj'body takes hold.
Never in the history of the Red Ri
ver Valley has seeding operations been
conducted wilder more favorable con
ditions than this year. Last fall the
plowing was done earlier and better
than ever before and as this spring
came much earlier and is also drier
than usual, the seed is being put in the
ground earlier and in better shape
then ever before. ^lost of the wheat
in the vicinity of Warren has already
"been seeded and some of it is already
peeping up above ground. The light
snowfall last week ha*s furnished the
moisture that was needed to start the
crops growing. With continued favor
able weather there is no reason why
Marshall county should not harvest a
bumper crop this year. The prospects
certainly are fine at the present time.
Now when jhe Third Liberty Loan
drive i^ on. and the armies in Europe
are making their big drives, the Red
River Valley farmer is making his big
drive in the fields and his efforts will
be as potent for winning the war as
any of the other drives.
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The New Bond Campaign.
The United States is about to enter
on its third campaign for the sale of
Liberty Bonds. The solicitors will get
a glad hand in most homes. There are
comparatively few people who could
not take at least a ''baby bond''.
It should be possible to pay for these
bonds out of the daily savings of the
people. Those that have not yet form
ed the habit of saving should begin
now, and take a bond on the instalment
payment plan. By saving a dollar or
more weekly, they can have interest
coming in regularly every six months,
and at the end of the term they will
get the principal back.
The man who could take a bond
small or big and won't shows up in
a poor light. He is getting all the
blessings of free government. It is all
a free gift from the sacrifices of the
patriot forefathers of old. Yet he de
clines to make any return for that gift.
He won't lift a finger to help pass on
these blessings to his children. Com
pared with the sacrifices of those who
go or send boys to the front, taking a
bond is too insignificant a trifle to be
worth a moment'sN
IN HER LATEST ARTGRAFT PIGTURE
A Poor Little RichGirl"
From the play by Elenor Gates
Directed by Maurice Tourneur
appears in her most human characterization
STRAND THEATRE, APRIL 16
Two Shows: Begining at 7:45 & 9:00 o'clock
Admission for Adults 25c for Ghildren 15c
Warren is asked to observe "Be Kind
to Animals Weeks" during the six days
beginning next Monday and, with other
cities joining in the humane movement,
has many good-hearted people who
will gladly respond and do more than
usual for the welfare of dumb animals.
It will be a week for telling teamsters
not always considerate of their horses
and farmers inclined to neglect their
stock of profits and other gains possible
from correcting their mistakes and
drhdtf kind works to lessen suffering
The movement here and elsewhere
in Minnesota is fostered by the State
Humane Society, with which "Be Kind
to Animalsand to Children," is an
everyday slogan. Welcome W. Brad
ley, its executive secretary, is direct
ing the move to secure co-operation
from all people all next wreek
obtaining kind treatment for all ani
mal life. He- asks reports sent- to the
local humane authorities or direct to
his office, 801 Northwestern Bldg., Min
neapolis, or any known cases of abuses
of animals and pledges prompt action,
because the work of the organization
is to prevent cruelty and suffering
among animals as well as among child-
"Be Kind to Animals Week" will
endnwith special exercises in churches
on' Sunday, April 21, when local pas
tors are requested to preach appro
priate sermons on "Humane and Red
Star Sunday". Red Star fund contri
butions may be sejnt^o the state soeiety
to be *oVw^|-$ia TO%iattd|3al headquar
No One Ca Afford to Miss Seeing i
ROSCO E "Fatty" ARBUCKL E in
Friday and Saturday
MEN WHO HAVE
CHARGE OF DRIVE.
Continued from page one.
Middle River District.
Village of Middle RiverChairman
R. D. Carr. Ceo. Philipson. Henry
Young, John C. Xordlum. Knute Xei
son. A. Kvennes. E. P. Modin.
Town of Spruce ValleyChairman
E. Evans. Albin Anderson. Ole Ol
son. L. P. Brandstrom, Arthur Nicka
Town of CedarChairman Andrew
Olson. Otto Krantz. Alex Wing. Anton
Wartenberg. George Breese.
Town of WhitefordChairman H.
M. Scovall. John Oberg, Otto Johnson,
B. E. Curtis. J. H. Lippert.
Town of HuntlyChairman S. O.
Hoff, John Johnson. James Geary. A.
B. Isaacson. John Nelson.
Town of ComoChairman Joseph
Rankin, B. O. Sathre, Chas. Hanson,
C. H. Omlid, Egbert Johnson
Town of Thief LakeChairman
Bernhard Anderson, C. J. Berg, John
Henning. John Pearson, J. Lunacek.
Village of NewfoldenChairman E.
Bergsman, H. E. Myhre, (X M. Knud
sen, John H. Johnson. Arvid Carlson,
Township of NewfoldenChairman
Charles Johnson. Otto Thompson, Mar
tin Tunheim, Ole G. Olson, Olof B.
Town of Marsh GroveChairman O.
L. Brekkestran. August C. Gast. Her
man Engelsrud, Tom Kolstad. John M.
Town of New MaineChairman L.
P. Slattum, Knute K. Knutson, Kunte
Haugen, Chas. Taylor, Robert Gibson.
Gilbert Gilbertson, John Lee.
James E. Paulson, Chairman.
Town of LincolnChairman Louis
Anderson, Lars C. Nelson, I. L. Strand
berg, J. J. Oistad. Geo. Rasmussen..
Town' of Nelson ParkChairman
Gundvold Thorkildson, John Johnson.
Nels Nelson. M. O. Germandson. Fred
Town of East ParkChairman Otl#
Brekke, Andrew Olson, M. J. Sund
berg. Rasmi Lund, Erik Thorson.
Town of West ValleyChairman'
August Rokke, A. S. Rokke, Sam R,
Haugaard. Ole Stennes. Andrew Ram
Town of WrightChairman Eliast
Backstrom, John Gratzek, Jonas Holm-'
strom, Pet. Lubaiski, T. Wielebski.
Village of ArgyleChairman N. S.
Hegnes, H. L. Melgaard, A. W. Head"
rick, A. E. Pfiffner, O. Hendricksen,
Town of Middle RiverChairman
W. VM. Erickson, Hans Benson Chas.'
Wallin, John Hebert, John Rapacy.1'
Town of BloomerChairman August
Pagnac, H. S. Beckwith, Friedolf
Dahlin, Chas. Strandberg, J. J. Car
Town Of AlmaChairman H. C.
Grim, John S. Bjorgard, Eric Welin,
Oscar Nelson. Frank Nowacki.
Town of FoldahlChairman Peter
Anderson, 'Hans Bjornrud, Jacob P.
Johnson. John O. Haugen, John J.
Village of StephenChairman H. I.
Yetter. Thomas Olson. Wm. Merdink,
Albert Berg. F. C. Woods. A. J. Love
strom. Berge. C. M. Mickelson,
C. R. Gillespie.
Town of Eagle PointChairman
Peter Johnson. Gust Johnson. Peter
Oerson, Jacob Paulson. Ludvig Han
Town of DonnellyChairman John
C. Thompson, Emil Freiheit, J: J. Pag
nac, Andrew Olson, S. C. Stone.
Town of SinnottChairman John W.
Swanson, John Whalen, S. P. Jensen,
August Lundin, Ed. Henderson.
Town of AugsburgChairman S. D.
Lincoln, H. Hoper. Fred Pearson, I. P.
Schonover, O. O. Carlson.
North half Town of WangerChair
man J. J. Sinclair, Frank Kuzina,
South half Town of Wanger Chair
man D. A. Mack, Joe Urbaniak, John
Town of TamaracChairman F. A.
Green, Matt M. Hanson, James Gilles
pie, Alex Brossoit, Peter E. Stich.
Town of ParkerChairman Thomas
McGlynn, G. Heggen, August T. Peter
son, Chas. A. Peterson, Alfred Labine.
Town of ForkChairman M. J. Nel
son,. Harry Tnibado, I. A. Flaten,
Christopher G. Flaten, Thor Hellek
Notice to Stock Shippers.
The Warren Farmers Co-Operative
Shipping Association will ship hogs
and cattle Tuesday, April 23rd. Notify
the manager what you have by Satur
day, April 20th.
Phone 245-K. Manage
Photo developing and printing, high
grade workWarren Pharmacy.
It sure is his funniest ever
And the Metro-Wonderplay "Mr. 44"
Adm. 10c, 20c
Every Wednesday and Thursday "CAMP DODGE FEATURES'
When we were in Bemidji this week
we had the pleasure to meet our old
friend Hans B. Imsdahl, of Pitt, Minn.,
who was attending a session of the
Board of County Commissioners of
Beltrami county, of which body he is
a member. Mr. Imsdahl is a former
pioneer resident of Marshall county
and most of the old settlers ot the
county will lemeinber him well. He
was known among us as a very suc
cessful politician and his popularity
among the voters was so great that he
was elected term after term to the im
portant office of register of deeds. The
people of Beltrami county, to which
county he moved a number of jears
ago. have also learned to appreciate
his honesty and ability as, a public
official, as at the last election he was
elected a member of the county board
of that large county. He has also re
cently without his knowledge or solici
tation been endorsed by the Nonparti
san League as a candidate for repre
sentative in the legislature and if he
consents to run for that office the peo
ple of Beltrami county can do no better
than to elect him by a unanimous
vote, regardless of politics, as Mr. Ims
dahl is a level headed man and can
always be depended upon to be true to
the people and to give everybody a
Buy a Liberty Loan Bond.
Chas Franks has returned
home from Indiana, where he
purchased a carload of
These cattle are among the
best of blood lines of white face
cattle. While they are not in
show shape, they are ready for
Have six young bulls for sale,
also can spare a few females.
CHAS. FRANKS, Prop.
E. E. KNIGHT, Herdsman
almost starving. They haven't
any daddies any more. Some of
them haven't hands any more.
These little girls have been sac
rificed to that philosophy expressed
by Professor Lesson of the Uni
versity of Berlin in Das Kultur
ideal und Der Kreig: "The state
can realize itself only through de
struction of other states which
logically can only be brought
about by violence/9
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Th Bell Boy
Eddie Foster, Warren's star twirler
in the Northern League last year, is
this season trying out with the St.
Paul club. Eddie pitched his first
practise game last Saturday against
Nashville and succeeded in holding
the Nashville team to a tie, 6 to 6.
Eddie had everything his own way
until the ninth frame when he broke
under the strain. But leave it to him
"Good-bye, dad. I'll fight to the last ounce of strength that's in me.**
"Good-bye, Jim. I'll back you to the last dollar I have in the world. I am flar-
ing every day to buy more Liberty Loan Bonds."
"Well, old man, now is the time to buy."
This Space Donated by
She has a big daddy to protect her. It is hard even
for you to realize that today in Europe there are thou-
sands of little girls homeless and
-This Space Donated by-
W. F. Powell & Oo.
E. L. TORNELL
Isn't Her Life Worth a
V^OUR little girl hardly realizes what this war means.
to make good with the St. Paul crew.
Magazine or newspaper subscriptions,
new or renewal, given prompt atten
tion. Let me have your order.A, E.
The first principle of money-making
is money saving. Buy War Savings
Stamps of your Postman or Banker.
Today in Europe American sol
diers are staking their lives against
this doctrine and are shedding their
blood to make the world a decent
place in which to live.
Your government is calling on you to
day to help equip these soldiers who are
fighting for your little girl.
Every penny you invest in the Third
Liberty Loan will be paid back to you
How you respond to this call will show
how you protect your children.