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One Year Ago
brought a spontaneous
expression of relief and
joy over the end of the
world war, the like of
which had never been
Our banking service,
complete in all its bran
ches, brings personal,
spontaneous, and sin
cere expressions of sat
isfaction from our many
Have you availed your
self of this BETTER
The Bank of BETTER Service.
"Take it from Me
says flie Good Judge
Weyman-Bruton Cor 1107 Broadwa-
Wise tobacco chewers long
since got over the big-chew
idea. A little chew of this
real quality tobacco gives
them better satisfaction
and they find their chew
ing costs even less.
With this class of tobacco,
you don't need a fresh
chew so often and you find
you're saving part of your
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put up in two styles
RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
Money is the
that turns the wheels of
Commerce of the Universe.
Have you a share of this
Open an account with us
and add to it persistently,
and you will soon be in line
to turn a few of the com
merce %hebls to your own
GATHERED FROM THC
Go to The BazaarThe Busy Store.
We want live chickens, ducks, geese
and turkeys.L. A. Bueche.
H. Hoberg, of Holt, was in the city
Saturday on business matters.
You can always depend on spending
a delightful evening at the Strand.
Fred Cronkite, of Big Woods, was a
business visitor in this city Saturday.
Marshal Kays left Saturday night for
a visit in various parts of Iowa and
Mrs. R. E. Hooper and son spent Sat
urday and Sunday visiting friends at
L. P. Brandstrom, of Spruce Valley,
attended to business at the court house
Nick Schantzen, from near Radium,
attended to business matters in the
Anderson's 5 piece orchestra and a
singer will furnish music for the Amer
ican Legion dance Friday.
Paul Durand and young man Parr,
of town of Fork, attended to business
at the county seat last Thursday.
Mrs. J. M. Boyd, after visiting all
summer.in Indiana and Michigan, has
returned to Warren and vicinity.
Have a carload of corn coming.
Come in and get your orders.Warren
Farmers Elevator Co., Arvid Boman,
Mrs. O. Walstedt and daughter,
Esther, of Kennedy, came here Satur
day for a week's visit at the Hans Lind
Messrs. Alfred Elseth, Carl Hjelle
and Elyseus Rokke, of West Valley,
were business visitors in this city Fri
day and Saturday.
E. B. Rowley delivered a high grade
player-piano made to order direct from
factory, last Saturday, to Mr. Frank
Rutz, at Radium, Minn.
E. L. Tornell invites you to call at
his store and enjoy the latest Columbia
records. A special music room has been
arranged for your convenience.
The Ladies' Aid of Our Savior's
church will meet at the church parlors
Thursday afternoon. Nov. 20th. Mrs.
Morkassel and Mrs. Hilleboe will enter
We are prepared to take care of your
storage battery for the winter. Warm
room, recharging, expert care. Charge
for winter, five dollars.W. F. Powell
Petitions are now being circulated in
Pembina county, N. D.. asking for theher
construction of a steel bridge across
the Red river between Pembina and
Dr. L. Staar, the optometrist, who is
coming to Warren Monday, Nov. 17. is
up-to-the-minute in all the latest dis
coveries of science concerning the eyes
and their car. Complicated cases are
especially invited to see him.
Frank Allison has sold the S. W.
quarter of Sec. S. in Augsburg, to
Hubert Kraus, one of that township's
largest land owners. He expects to
leave soon with his family for Los
Angeles. Cal., where he has relatives
with whom he has decided to associate
"Bears" or "bulls" are frequently
spoken of in connection with Wall street
but sheep .will be the center of attrac
tion in the banking room of a financial
institution at Thief River Falls this
week. The boys' and girls' sheep club
of Pennington county will exhibit their
lambs in the lobby of the Citizens State
Bank of that city.
The Tullar Farm has several head of
surplus work horses for sale. These
horses are able to do a good days work.
They will be sold at a very low price.
This is a chance to obtain a team for
next seasons work at your own price.
Call at the farm and see the horses.
These horses must be disposed of this
fall. Ydur note will be good.C. A.
Local housewives will be interested
in 'Pillsbury's Week in 'Minnesota", at
the local grocery stores. This novel and
interesting display of the new Pancake
Flour, Wheat Cereal, Health Bran, as
well as the world renowned Pillsbury's
Best Flour is worth every woman's at
tention. They call the "Pillsbury's
Family of Foods"at your grdcers Nov.
15 to 22.
John Hagfelt, who recently sold his
farm in Alma, has purchased a resi
dence property in Warren and has mov
ed there with his family to live a re
tired life. Mr. Hagfeldt farmed in
Alma for thirty years and through hard
work and good management has now a
competency that enables him to enjoy a
life of ease in his older years.Argyle
A farewell reception was given last
evening by Mr. and Mrs. Yerner Nelson
in their rooms over the State Bank
office to Forest Ranger P. O. Anderson,
as he leaves today for his home at
Hallock, from there he expects to go to
Minneapolis in a few days where he
will take unto himself a wife and later
go to Blackduck to live and fill the posi
tion of Forest Ranger in that section.
A half dozen of his most intimate
friends were present at the gathering:
An elegant time is reported. Mr. An-"
derson has been a hard and faithful
worker and has made many friends
.will all Join in wishing
him prosperity and happiness in his
i new life and worlL-rGrygla Eagle.
The mattinee at the Strand Saturday
was well attended.
Victor Nelson, of Big Woods, attend
ed to business matters here Friday.
Anita Stewart in her latest picture,
"Mind the Paint Girl", is coming soon.
Ole Wiseth, of Anstad, attended to
business matters at the county seat on
The New Vocation records will please
you. Hear them at the Warren Furni
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Kezar, of Oslo,
were Sunday visitors with relatives in
There will be a dance at the Opera
House Friday under the auspices of
the American Legion.
Miss Agnes Klopp went to Thief Ri
ver Falls on Thursday to visit her
mother who is there.
Gas Engines, any size you want.
Prices right and satisfaction guaran
teed.W. F. Powell & Co.
E. L. Tornell has built a special music
room to be used for demonstrating Col
umbia phonographs and records.
Bert Wood returned last week from
a three weeks' visit in Chicago, Kanka
kee, Herscher and Manteno, Illinois.
Frank Truhn and family liave moved
into" rooms on the second floor of the
building occupied by Bengtsons cafe.
A potato flour plant is now in opera
tion at Bemidji, opening a market for
small and otherwise unmarketable po"
Emil Anderson, Axel Axelson and
Joel Shoberg, of Rosewood, attended
the Dixon Combination Sale here last
Christmas is coming! Do your shop
ping early. The Sheaf has a fine line
of engraved Greeting Cards. Call and
MOTHERS! Why not protect the
children by using milk from a Tu
berclin tested herd? P. Frost Spauld
ing Farm Co.
Miss Lillian Swenson underwent an
operation at the City Hospital last
week and is reported as improving nice
ly after the operation.
We believe the Howell Roller feed
mill is the best feed grinder. We have
any size you need for the power you
have.W. F. Powell & Co.
Miss Irene Kelly, teacher at Roon
Siding, and Miss Ruth Wood, teacher
at 2i7 Farley, drove to Angus to a
teachers' meeting Saturday.
Amongst those from Newfolden who
attended Dixon's combination sale here
Fridayand Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Eckman, Edward Tunheim,
August and John Bring.
Miss Karen Dyrud, of Newfolden. ar
rived in this city Saturday mornnig, to
seek employment here. In the mean
while she iM visiting at the home of
uncle. Hans C. Hanson.
Nils Malm and family have moved to
town from the farm and are occupying
the residence of Fred Tiedt recently
vacated by the J. W. Hess family.
Rev. and Mrs. Carl Wahlin and
daughter, Lydia. accompanied by their
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. August H.
Erickson and daughter, Anna, who re
cently arrived from Sweden, boarded
the Soo Friday evening for Alvarado,
to spend the day at Rev. Wahlin's farm
Are You Protected?
Are your buildings and contents protected against the demon fire?
Can you afford to risk the loss of either building or contents when for
an insignificant yearly premium you can purchase absolute protection in
any one of the several reliable insurance companies which local repre-
sentatives we are?
The risk isn't worth it, and you know it If you carry insurance
now, better increase it to cover present valuations. If you don't take
some out at once.
The government surcharge of 10 per cent ha3 been eliminated,
which reduces the premium on all policies, effective Sept. 1st.
L. M. Olson
Insurance, Farm Lands and City Property.
Berget Block. Office Phone 185 Residence Phone 25.
A Range with a One-piece Fire Pot
Come in and see this new kitchen range at my store.
This is an economical fuel saving range. It has many fea-
tures that places it in the lead.
If you want a heating plant, investigate the Caloric be-
fore you buy. This hot air heating plant will keep every
room in your home comfortable at all times.
I have for sale six or seven second-hand heating stoves
and also one range. All in good condition.
J. R. THOMAS
W Pay CAS for Poultry
Levine Bros, wish to call attention to the
following changes in market prices:
For Hens 4 lbs. and over, 12 cents.
For Hens under 4 lbs., 9 cents.
For Spring chickens, 12 cents.
Eggs per dozen, 50 cents.
W E BUY HIDES
HXevine Bros. Company
New LocationOld Brewery Building South of G. N. Depot
Telephone No. 387.
Very shortly anew Paige plant will be in operation
and our production schedule will be doubled. For
the first time, then, we shall be in position to keep
step with the demand for our cars.
The American public has dictated this expansion.
Their wholehearted endorsement of the Paigethe
product and the policy of its makersis the cause
of this extraordinary growth. It is the result of their
acceptance of the Paige as a "preferred investment.**