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can include all peoplesits influence encircles the globe.
The students are of every nationality, age and creed.
The lessons to be learned are deep and lasting in their
effectthey include character-building and common
sense. The "course" qualifies for prominence in any walk or
lifein any trade or profession.
Enroll todaystart a Savings Account in this Institu
State Bank ot Warren
O. H. TABALSBTH, Pre* H. L. MULGAARD, Vice Prea
O. A. NELSON, Cashier CARL O. KNUTSON, Aart Cashier.
Capital 125,000.00 Surplus $25,000.00
If you can't make up
your mind about your
choice of a car, ask your
self these four questions:
Who is back of it?
How is it built?
How does it perform?
How does it look?
Many thousands of
Briscoe cars have been sold
on the way these questions
were answered. And we're
perfectly willing to have
you decide on the same
F.-G. SMITH, Agent
Ford genius and quantity production make this
Robert Hanson, of Polk county, and
Rachel Ueland, of Marshall county,
were united in marriage on June 26th,
at the Scandinavian M. E. parsonage,
in this city, Rev. K. Winberg perform
ing the .ceremony. The young couple
was attended by Ed. Ueland, brother, of
the bride, and Hedvig Hanson, sister
of the Groom. A large circle of friends
P. C. Peterson, who recently sold out
his newspaper, the Frazee Weekly
Press, has been appointed field agent
for the State Board of Control, the
position recently held by H. E. Ives,
formerly of Thief River Falls. Mr.
Peterson's duties will keep him on the
road a large part of the time, bnt he
will continue to make Frazee their
home. Mr. Peterson is a former War
ren boy and his many friends here con
gratulate him upon his appointment
New Price $750.00 .0. b. factory
WantedGirl at Hotel Warren.
Photo developing ana printing, quick
G. D. Anderson and daughter, of Al
varado, were Warren visitors Monday.
Sidney Anderson, Oscar Peterson and
Harold Olson autoed to Maple Lake
H. M. Swanson returned Saturday
from Minneapolis, where he had been
on a busness visit.
Crookston Farm Crops Show sells
another choice boar for M. W. Munger
& Son to Baird Bros., of Crookston.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson, Agnes,
Ethel and Dorothy Johnson, and Eda
Swanson, autoed to Maple Lake Sun
Mrs. Albert Hanson and son Warren,
left Friday for their home at Browns
Valley, after "an extended visit at the
H. M. Swanson home.
Miss Anna' Lindholm, who has ar
rived home for a visit with her father
in this city, went to Kennedy last
Thursday to visit her brother.
P. Dalquist went to Hallock last Sat
urday to conduct the Sunday services
in the Red River congregation in the
absence of Rev. L. P. Lundgren.
Miss Luella Connolly, of Williston,
N. D., visited with her friend, Miss
Josephine Dixon, for about a week,
leaving for her home last Saturdayv
It pays to advertise. No question
about it, if it is founded on truth and
real merit Our best ad on the Fordson
i3 the tractor itself at work in the
fields.W. F. Powell & Co.
Frank Transtrom, of Wannaska,
Minn., Wm. F. Wentzel, of Crookston,
Minn., and H. J. Widenhoefer, of Fish
er, Minn., autoed out to M. W. Munger
& Sons and purchased Chester Whites.
The most valuable packages are put
up in the smallest bundles, the Fordson
tractor is a striking example of the
truth of the statement. See the Ford
son at the Fair.W. F. Powell & Go.
Mrs. P. Dalquist had to go to the
city hospital Saturday for medical
treatment. At last accounts she was
improving nicely notwithstanding her
age and will soon be able to return to
her home. $&
Mrs. J. P. Goranson, of this city, has
received a telegram from her son,
George Swanson, stating that he has
safely arrived at Camp Merritt, N. Y.,
from overseas seriJce in France. She
expects a visit from him soon.
Rev. S. W. Swenson and Aug. Lund
gren left on Monday evening for Fergus
Falls to investigate damage to church
property and the necessity for aid in
making repairs. They will also on
their trip inspect the.Old Peoples Home
at Alexandria, of which institution they
Albin Young arrived from Jackson,
Miss., on Sunday morning, being called
here by the serious illness of his
brother, Gunnar. Mrs. Young, who -has
been visiting in St. Paul came on to
Warren a day or two ahead of her hus
band. Mrs. Peterson, of Minneapolis, a
sister of Albin and -Gunnar Young, has
also arrived in the city. r,-.
MOTHERS! Why not protect the
children by using milk from a To
berclin tested herd? P. Frost Spudd
ing Farm Go.
Now to Sale
F. POWELL C^L CO.
Go to The BazaarThe Busy Store.
You will miss it if you fail to visit
the Bazaar store during fair days.
You will see the Chester Whites at
the Marshall County Fair, July 3, 4
Mrs. Elmer Johnson underwent an
operation for appendicitis at the city
Lars Hoff, who lives about ten miles
southeast of Warren, was a business
visitor in Warren Monday.
McBride Bros., of Lisbon, N. Dak.,
purchased a Chester White boar and 2
gilts of M. W. Munger & Son.
We can save you money on Manure
Spreaders. Come in and get one.
Warren Machine & Irons Works Co.
The fall term of the Mankato Com
mercial College, Mankato, Minn., opens
September 3rd. Send for our free
William E, Rowe, one of Crookston's
prominent attorneys, was married at
Moorhead on June 28th, to Miss Lillian
Anderson, also of Crookston.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Albertson, of'
Middle River, were "Warren visitors
Monday, having brought a little son to
the city hosptal for an operation.
Miss Minnie Eastby, who is a private
nurse in Minneapolis, spent several
days visiting with her friends in this
city, returning to her duties on Sunday
More silos are being put up this year
than ever before. Get the Rib-Stone
Stave Silo. We praise it now! You
will praise it when you have tried it.
Sold by Lundgren, Wittensten & Co.
C. S. Dahlquist and children, of
Drayton, N. D., autoed over last Satur
day for a visit at the P. Dalquist home.
All returned home the same day except
the young daughter, who remained for
a longer visit.
Hilmar Lindberg and Alex Bellberg,
of Drayton, N. D., and Henry Hanson,
of this city, autoed to Bemidji Friday
to look after some land close to Black
duck, which Mr. Lindberg owns. They
The picnic season is at hand and a
picnic, is not complete without a supply
of "Veribest" Ice Cream. We are pre
pared to take care of short orders.
Write or phone us your orders for any
quantityWarren Creamery Co., War
Mrs. R. E^Hooper entertained a num
ber of friends yesterday afternoon at a
parcel shower in honor of Miss Jose
phine Dixon, a bride of this month.
A. Melgaard arrived home Saturday
from Minneapols, where he had been -to
meet his brother, Hawkin Melgard, of
Moscow, Idaho, who had made a busi
ness trip east.
-L. J. Engstrom, from Newfolden, was
among the Warren visitors last week
attending the Swedish Misson church
meetings held here. Mr. Engstrom
states that it was just 26 years ago
when he first came to Warren and since
that time there has been a wonderful
change in the appearances of our little
city as well as in the surrounding
Gunnar Young was taken seriously
ill last Wednesday and since then has
been failing gradually, little hope being
now entertained for his ultimate re
covery. He' has been in poor health for.
a long time but in spite of hs infirmity
has kept to his work in the office with
a cheerfulness and: determination that
is truly remarkable. A year or so ago
he underwent* an operation for cancer
at Rochester, but although it did not
result in complete recovery, his life was
nevertheless prolonged thereby. -Mr.
Young's many friends hope that the
disease may take a turn for the better
and he be restored to health again.
But whatever happens, he Is resigned
to his fate, willing and glad to leave a
world full of troubles for the better life
M. J. BERGET
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