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WantedGirl at Hotel Warren.
Get your flags and bunting at the
Aron Danielson, of Roseau, Minn., is
visiting tit- the home of Rev. Olson in
Jessie Porteous, Nannie Head, George
Head and Peter Rymer autoed to Maple
Lake last Sunday.
The choir of the Our Savior's church
participated in a concert given Sun
day evening at Crookston.
The Vega Young Peoples' Society will
meet next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
A large audience is desired.
Henry Schermer and family, of
Crookston, were Sunday visitors at the
Gust Lindstrand home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carveau and Ed.
Carveau, of Pembina, N. D., visited
with Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Smith last
The electrical storm accompanying
the heavy rain which fell today did
considerable damage to the rural tele
phone lines, also the electric light lines
about the city.
Miss Elizabeth Rankin, assistant
superintendent of schools, returned
Monday from a visit at her home near
Middle River. Her niece, little Ruth
Olson, of Golden Valley, accompanied
her for a visit here.
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Blegen and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Erickson and
Miss Julia Larson, of Oslo, and Miss
Natla Anderson, left Sunday by auto
for Lake Minnetonka for a weeks' out
Shoes at Less
Do you know that I am selling shoes for men and boys
at less than present wholesale prices Many of the shoes
in my stock are priced below actual wholesale cost at this
time. COME IN AND GET FITTED FOR THE FOURTH OF
JULY AND THE FAIR.
In my stock of Groceries you will fimHiothing but the
very best and purest foods. A full line of Newell's Extra
Brand of Groceries and canned good. Fresh and season-
able fruits and vegetables. Let us help fill the picnic
East Side Grocery Phone No. 3
O. Enge, county commissioner, was a
Warren visitor Monday.
Gena Melve returned to Warren Sat
urday, after a visit with her parents at
Mrs. Frank Smith and Mrs. H. G.
Raveling and children autoed to Thief
River Falls Sunday.
Mrs. A. N. Anderson, of Adams, N.
D., underwent an operation at the city
hospital on Monday. She is recovering
Miss Anna Abrahamson, who has
been visiting friends the past week at
Glenwood, Minn., autoed home return
To many people are careless about dressing even slight
wounds. Use our antiseptics and dressings and you'll be
sure to have no fatal blood poisoning.
When we furnish your medicines and drug store things
you know that you get the best.
We give you what you ASK for.
THE OLD RELIABLE REXALL STORE
Ed. Qnistgard, Prop.
Miss Frida Anderson, who has been
visiting at the P. J. Holan home here
for a few weeks, left Saturday evening
for her home at International Falls.
R. C. Mathwig went to Crookston on
the local yesterday to attend the sum
mer meeting of the Red River Valley
Development Association held there
yesterday and today.
Mrs. H. Ang3t and daughter left Fri
day evening for their home at Chis
holm, after a visit of several weeks at
the home of Mf. Angst's parents, Mr.
R. A. 'FnompsSn, Strandquist, A. C.
Carlson, Stephen W. Dahlstrom, Oslo
and I. Saugen, Newfolden, were among
the Minnesota boys reported to have
landed at New York on June 27th.
Licensee fo wed have been issued dur
ing the pa|it week by Clerk of Court A.
Swandby to the following: James O.
Kroke to Clara M. Thibodo, Charles J.
Lindquist to Ida W. Larson, James
Murphy to Francis Wick.
More than twenty-five farmers have
bought the Rib Cement Stave Silos
around Warren, and we can take a few
more orders for this year.
order in now.Lundgren, Wittensten
& Co. _.
WantedGirl at Hotel Warren.
Miss Agnes Hilleboe spent the week
end with the home folks.
Dr. Theodor 3ratrud left last even
ing for Detroit to attend to business.
P. J. Holan left last ^Saturday even
ing for International Falls to visit
A discount of ten per cenT~on all
crockery during Fair Days at the
Hilmer Hendrickson, of Britton, S.
D., arrived this morning for a visit
over the Fourth.
P. O. Sletten, of Wahpeton, N. D.,
visited with his daughter, Mrs. H. M.
Blegen, last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Cheney visited
relatives in Fergus Falls last week,
making the trip by auto.
Mrs. Albin Stromberg left Friday
evennig for Crookston, to visit her hus
band who is employed there.
Mrs. Ruth Peterson and daughter of
International Falls, are visiting at the
L. A. Bueche home in this city.
Boys and girls are having a, great
deal of sport this afternoon wading
and swimming in the flooded "ditcfies.
The nation may have gone dry but
sufficient moisture fell in this yicinity
on July 1st and 2nd to satisfy most
Mr and Mrs Naeseth and
daughter, Lois, left Monday e/ening for
a visit at Mrs Naeseth's former home
at Kenyon, Minn.
Mrs Prytz returned home Sat
urday from a visit at Dulnth and Sand
stone, Minn Mrs Sandvick, of Sand
stone, accompanied her back here for a
Mrs. Jorgan Anderson and daughteis,
Emma and Lorame, left Sunday eveiK
ing, after having spent several weeks*
visiting at the borne of B. Knudtson
Peter Rasmussen, of Stephen, came
down from Stephen this afternoon. Mr.
Rasmusseo is the janitor in the public
school at Stephen and has served in
that capacity for about ten years.
The articles of incorporation of the
Marshall County Farm Bureau asso
ciation were filed with the Register of
Deeds on June COth The association
was incorporated in order to meet the
requirements of the Division of Agri
An automobile partv. that came up
from Crookston, visited at the Judge
Grincleland home on Sunday The
partv was composed of G. A. Aubol and
the Misses Hilmen, of Crookston Rev.
A Onammen, of Morris Minn and
Mrs. Kaliieim, of Detroit, M*nn.
Manv residences and business houses
in the city had considerable water in
their basements as a result of the
water backing up in the sewers. The
drainasre svstem proved inadequate to
carrv off the unusual!? larsre flow of-^S^Alte he enjoyed his work he is
water from the down-nour of rain.
Prof and Mrs E. Siostrand ar
rived home last ITr'dnv from, attend
ance at the- meeting of the Augustana
Svnod at Lindsborg, Kan On their
wav home they visited friends in
Wahoo Lincoln and Omaha, in the
sjajte of Nebraska They report a very
The Warren Farmers Stock Shipping
Association shipped a mixed carload of
cattle and hogs to the South St. Paul
market last week. The hogs brought
$2020 per cwt, cattle $8 to $9.50, and
a veal $16 50 per cwt. The total re
ceipts from the car amounted to about
$2,100 Louis Sinn went down with
A Hogberg, one of town of Foldahl's
well known pioneer farmers, has moved
to Warren with his family thi3 week.
Some time ago he purchased the Algot
Rosen house in tn'e western pait of
town Mr Hogberg will now live the
life of a retired farmer in this city,
after more than thirty years of harxL
work on the farm We welcome this
excellent family to our city
Rev. S. W. Swenson and Aug. Lund
gren returned home this morning from
a visit at Fergus Falls and Alexandria.
They report that the Swedish Lutheran
church in Fergus Falls was damaged
to the extent of $6000 t,o $7000 bjr the
recent tornado. Congregations in the
Red River Valley Conference will be
asked to aid the Fergus Falls congrega
tion in repairing the damage. The dam
age to the Northwestern College* is
Mr and Mrs Gilbert and
daughter, Florence, Mrs. A Berg and
son, Cecil, of Minneapolis, and Mr and
Mrs. Rasmus Hage, returned Monday
from a 1200 mile auto tour through the
lake region to the twin cities and Lake
City, Minn., the former home of the
Gilbert's. They made the trip in two
cars, slept in tents brought along, and
whenever they came to a beautiful lake
where the fish did bite or to a town
that looked inviting, they would stop as
long as their hearts desired. The out
ing is reported as very enjoyable by all
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS.
On account of being unable to se
cure help, I find that it will be neces
sary to close the City Bakery from
12:30 to 1:30 each day until further
notice. The bakery^will be closed at
7 o'clock each evening.
Hemstitching done by-Mrs. J.
vorson. Phone 347. Box 63
Miss Sarah Anderson, of A'dams, N.
D is a guest at the J. Goranson
home this" week.
Fred Diedrich, of Warren, purchased
a choice pair of Chester White gilts of
M. W. Munger & Son.
Mrs. J. H. Baugh and children left
Thursday evening for Osakis to spend
a few weeks at the lake there.
Miss Alma Ducharme returned this
morning from a several days' visit at
the home of her parents in Crookston.
Chas. Anderson, of Luna, returned
thi3 morning from South St. Paul,
where he had been with a carload of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hooper returned
Saturday from Crookston, where they
visited a few days at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Ayers.
Aug. A. Johnson and C. A. Nelson
have been appointed as a committee of
the Warren Commercial Club to solicit
funds for the Fergus Falls cyclone suf
Two public examiners spent several
days in the city last week making ex
aminations in the offices of the County
Treasurer and County Auditor. As us
ual they found everything in ship
From a copy of the Sycamore, 111.
Tribune that has been sent U3, we learn
that Mrs. Mary E. Harmon, the wife of
Mr H. E Harmon, died at Sycamore
on June 11th Mr Harmon, it will be
remembered, made an extended visit
in Warren last Christmas and many
friends here extend heartfelt sympathy
to him in his bereavement.
Dr Bakke and his cousin,
Adolph Bakke, returned last Thursday
from an outing In Itasca county4 They
feasted on wild strawberries and blue
berries of which the woods are full,
also on fish, and report a very enjoy
able trip, which was made by auto.
On the way they visited the Itasca
We have sold quite a number of Ford
one ton trucks the past year, to farmers
in different parts of our territory, and
without exception they all tell us that
they are well pleased and consider the
truck one of the best things on the
farm. We also find that all through
the state there is growing a large farm
trade on the Ford truck. We have a
good supply of trucks in stock now.
Call on us for a demonstration right
on your farm at any time.W. F.
Powell & Co.
Chester Gunnarson, of Hallock, was
a visitor in the city Monday e\(ening
with his brother, Arthur. Chester has
just returned from France where he
had seen about ten months service with
ihe Dental corps in Base No. 2. He
states that he has received some very
valuable experience while in the army
glad^to be able once more to enter civ
ilian life. Mr. Gunnarson states that
he expects to resume hi3 work in Dr.
vP. C. Batfke's dental office in the near
rf Commencing Saturday, July 5th, and
continuing thru the months of July and
August, the undersigned banks will
close at 12H o'clock noon on Saturdays.
WARREN NATIONAL BANK,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
STATE BANK OF WARREN.
To All Land Owners of the Town of
You are herewith notified and re
quested to cut all grass and weeds along
all sections lines within said town and
to have said work done on or before
July 20, 1919.
By older of
Chan man of Town Boaul
1 THE CHURCHES
Swedish Mission Church.
C. W OLSON. Pastor.
I Thursday, July 3Prayer meeting at
8 p. m.
Sunday, July 6Morning service at
10:30. Sunday school at 11:45. Even
ing service at 8
All are cordially invited to attend
Oar SnvlorN Lutheran Church.
A. T. TOL.LBVS. Pastor.
Services Sunday at 11 a m.
Services in McCrea at 3 in the
V. P. MITCHELL, Pastor.
M. B. Church.
Morning worship at 10:30. Sermon,
"The ^Investment of a Life." Sunday
school ,at 11:45. Epworth league at
7.15 p. m. Evening worship at 8
o'clock. Sermon, "The Actual Needs of
Scandinavian M. B. Church.
K. WINBBRG, Pastor.
Sunday, July (5Morning services at
10:45. Evennig services at 8 o'clock.
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
All are welcome.
Swedlab Lutheran Church.
S. W. SWENSON. Pastor.
Services in Vega next Sunday at 11
a. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Services in Warren at 8 p. m. Sun
day school at 10 a. m.
Confirmation class will meet Satur
day at 9:30 a. m.
Thru the columns of this paper we
wish to thank all who so kindly assist
ed us with' help and for all good food
so many unstintingly brought to the
Jubtleum held June 27th*and 28th.
Mrs. John Anderson,
Miss Emma Bergstrom,"
1 Mrs. Peter Olson,
William Leslie, of Radium,
Warren attending to business
Peter Holan, of Oslo, was a Warren
visitor Monday, taking the examination
for an engineer's license.
Ruth Wood, Freda Ekblad, Hilda
Hilleboe, Marshal Kays and Bert Wood
autoed to Crookston Thursday.
Dr. G. S. Wattam received a tele
gram yesterday stating that his son,
Kenneth, has arrived safely in this
country from overseas service in
Joe Baugh was struck by lightning, the
top of it was taken off and a heap of
bricks scattered on the lawn. Luckily
no further damage was done to the
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 U3 your orders for any
quantity.Warren Creamery Co, War
Grafonolas and Records
will be on exhibition "at the
Marshall County Fair in the
Don't fail to see and hear
thiswonderful musical instru
ment and the latest records.
ADDITIONAL WANT ADS
Too Late to Classify
FOUNDAutonr* crank. Owner
may have same by paying for this ad
and calling for it at the Sheaf office.
WANTEDThird girl for house work
on Spaulding farm. Good wages. Ap
ply to Mrs. G. F. Peterson.
FOR SALE,Atown swinging haystacker in
.good shape for sale cheap.Torgerson
of Bros. Sec. 9 of McCrea 4
A description of your salable live
stock in the "Sheaf Want Ads" is prac
tically sure to find ready buyers for it.
Satisfied users have proven to their
satisfaction that inquiries coming from
"Sheaf Want Ads" more often result
in sales because the "Sheaf Want Ads"
are read by people with real buying
power. Bring your ad to the Sheaf
office or phone no. 88.
E. L. Tornell
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