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The Instrument of All Music-
,The Vocalion is a wonderful instrument, a
beautiful influence in the life of an individual^or
aiiome. It will send the voice of the dance'
through happy hours, have ready always a song
of cheer, of courage, sympathy, and inspiring,
sweetness. The Vocalion reproduces music
every kind of musicwith a tonal beauty never
before heard from a phonograph.
Then, too, there is the fascinating enjoyment
of. varying each record-of shading each-"'tone-of
finding self-expression in music. This is the ac
complishment of the famous tone control, the
Prices from $75
You are cordially invited to daily recitals at
Warren Furniture Co.
The John Johnson
in town of Foldahl, which was
to have been held Nov. 10th,
has been postponed until
Saturday, Nov. 22nd
In case of stormy weather the
sale will be held Monday,^
Why Don't You Build a NewHome
Instead of Buying an Old One?
faduldn't you rather have a brand new one built ex-
actly ^as you want it than to buy a long used house that
DOESN'T measure up to your ideal home at all.
Of-course, you would but you probably think you can
buy an old house cheaper than you can build new.
But you don't know thatyou just guess it.
Don't make any, deal for a purchase until you-call here
and find out the.cost of building.
Let us show you planscostsall the detailsand
INVITED TO DO THE ABOVEi
St Hilaire Retail Lumber Company
A. I. BYSTROM, Local Manager WARREN, MINN.
Swedtofe Lfttenu Chwek.
& W. SWENSON. Pastor.
The Confirmation class meets Satur
day, 10 a. m. at North Star College.
Sunday school and Bible class next
Sunday at lO a. m. Services at 7:30 p.
The Ladies' Aid meets at the'parson
age in Warren Friday afternoon, Nov.
14. All are welcome.
Services next Sunday at 11 a.'m. The
Confirmation class meets after the ser
Nineteen persons were admitted into
the congregation at the evening service
in the Warren church last Sunday.
Swedlnh- Mlnalou Cfcnrcfc.
C. W. OLSON. Paston
Services on Sunday at 10:30 Sunday
school at 11:45.
Oar ^t^JT^kcraa Chuck.
A. T. TOLLBVS. Pastor.
Services Sunday evennig at 7:45.
Pastor's theme: "Our Troubles Imag
inary and Real." Special music.
Preaching services in the Norse lan
guage at 10:15 Sunday morning. Sun
day school at 11:30 to 12:30. The work
on the Christmas program has already
begun. Mrs. A. T. Tollevs is in charge.
Communion services in the Norse
language in Melo next Sunday begin
ing at 2 p. m.
The Ladies' Aid will meet at the
church parlors Thursday afternoon,
Nov. 20. Mrs. Morkassel and Mrs. Hil
leboe will entertain.
Scandinavian M. B. Church.
K. WINBERG, Pastor.
Sunday, Nov. 16Evening services at
7:30. Sunday school at 2 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Thursday eve
All are welcome.
P. LYONS. Pastor.
Services at Warren first and third
Sunday's, of each month.. Services at
Oslo second and fourth Sunday's of
each month. Mass at 10:30 in each
M. EL Church.
V. P. MITCHELL. Pastor.
Sunday, Nov. 16Morning Worship at
10:30. Sermon: Faiths and Works.
Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Epworth
League at 6:45 p. m. Evening worship
at 7:30. Sermon The Call o( ati Indus
trial Leader. This is the third in the
series How God Calls Men,
Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the par
sonage, will be prayer, meeting and
quarter conference. Dr. Craig will be
in charge. Every official is urged to be
present as plans for the year will be
Church Meeting at Middle River.
The Thief River Falls Circuit of the
Lutheran Free church will hold a three
days meeting in Middle River church
commencing Friday, Nov. i4th, at 11- a'
m. Subject: the 4th commandments
On Sunday, Nov. 16th, at the after
noon session there will be a home com
ing festival for the returned soldiers.
A cordial invitation is extended to
On Wednesday, October 29th, at high
foon, Frank L. Shrewsbury and Edith
I. Rankin wei'e united in marriage at
the home of the bride's father, Joseph
M. Rankin, of Como. Rev. Drysdale
officiated and only the immediate rela
tives were present. After a dainty
wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs.
Shrewsbury boarded the train for
Strathcona for a short honeymoon^* O
their return they will make their, home
for the present in Como, where the
bride has grown to womanhood and Mr.
Shrewsbury owns a farm.Middle .Ri-
Albert Jacobson and Miss Gertrude
Bagaas were married at the Swedish
Lutheran church at Warren on Oct.
25th, Rev. S. W. Swenson tieing the
nuptial knot. The groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Udeland and the
bride a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tollef
Bagaas, of East of Stephen, following
the ceremony the young couple left for
a short visit to the Northwest School
of Agriculture at Oooksta from
which institution they both graduated
a few years ago. They are now nicely
settled on the groom's farm east of
Stephen. Both are splendid young peo
ple, well deserving the congratulations
and well wishes which their many
friends will join the Messenger in ex
tending to theril.Stephen Messenger.
PROF. KIRKWOOD, OF THE
STATE UNIVERSITY, IS
IN THE CITY TODAY.
Prof W. P. Kirkwood, of the Divi
sion of Publications, University of Min
nesota, is a visitor in the city today.
He has been a newspaper man himself
and his work in the State University
is of such a nature that it frequently
brings him in contact with the editorial
fraternity of the state. It is the aim
of the University to extend its enlight
ening influence to the masseSi1
ly to the farmers of the state, and the
country press is the medium thru which
this can be done most effectively. The
Sheaf acknowledges a pleasant call
from Prof. Kirkwood.
Coal Strike Near Settlement.
It appears from the daily papers to
day that the big coal strike will soon
be settled, to the great relief of the
country. The officials of the United
Mine Workers have rescinded their
order for the strike in compliance with
the injunction proceedings instituted
by the government. Whether the min
ers themselves will return to work, ret
mains to be seen, but-it is very proba
bale that they will do so. The Secre
tary of Labor, W. B. Wilson, has in
vited the officials of the miners and the
operators a conference for the pur
pose of arriving at an agreement in
regard to wages. The government
ought to be able to force a settlement
of some kind that shall be just to all
concerned, if the two contending parties
are unable to come to an agreement.-%m
Marriage licenses have been issued
daring the past week by Clerk of Court
Alfred C: Swandby to the following:
Stanley Dulski and Wanda Rogalla,
Oliver Malsiad and Leina Agnes Ridell,
Stanley J. Drellack and Anna M. Vary,
tyels J. Nelson and Christina,E. Strom
the national joy smoke
The society met with Mrs
son, Tuesday, Nov. 11th. The
OLLING your own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just
as joy'us a sideline as you ever carried around in
your grip! For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality,
flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your
life as every "P. A. home-made" will present you!
Prince Albert puts new smokenotions under" your bonnet! It's so
delightful rolled into a cigaretteand, so easy to roll! And, you just take
to it like y]bu been doing it since away back! You see, P. A. is crimp cut
and a' cinch to handle! It stays putand you don't lose a Jot when you
start to hug the paper around the tobacco
You'll like Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a home-
rolled cigarette, too! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented
process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men to smoke
pipes where one was smoked before, i Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the
way. And, me-o-my, what a wad of smokesport will ripple your way
eyery time you fill up!
features of the evening were the paper
by Mr. Sjostrand and the presence of
several gentlemen. A very interesting
program was given. The devotionals
were conducted by the Rev. Swenson,
singing by the company. A recitation,
"Mother, A Promise," which was well
spoken, by Dorothy Robinson. Mr.
Sjostrand's paper was on the subject
of "A Saloonless Nation and A Stain
less Flag." It was a stirring appeal to
all to carry on the good work so well
begun. We obtained one new member
and two honorary members. We would
be very much pleased if more men
would join us. The dues of the hon
orary members" are devoted to our local
work. Our hostess served a delicious
lunch, and all had a very delightful
We wish to thank Mr. Johnson, man-
uel training teacher for making the pa
per racks which we have put in Hotel
Warren, Soo depot and the Warren
Rollis, Minn., Oct 28,1919.
Dear Mrs. Nelson:
The boxes were received last Satur
day and a good many of the articles are
already in service. There isn't a thing
but what will be put into practical use
soon. People are delighted with every
thing and the underclothing especially,
and I thank you sincerely for the things
in behalf of those whom they are bene
Myrtle E. Groshon.
The nicest courtesy you can show
your guests is to have their visits
mentioned In our local columns.'' The
nfcest courtesy you can show your
friends is to-let them know through
these columns when you go away, so
you won't inconvenience them by look
ing for you.v
EVERY ONE A GOO ONE
These are Arctics you can Depend
Arctics with the Red Ball
Well-made, easy-fitting, long
wearing arid comfortable.
The "Ball-Brand" special Vacuum process
by which the rubber is* forced into the fabric
ogives the additional endurance for which "Ball
prand" rubber footwear is famous:
Every mm needs a pair of good arctics.
Buy them at
Airaiting yoar say-so, you'tt
find toppy red ba4s, tidy red
Una, handsome pound and
half pound tin humidors
andthat classy, practical
pound crystal glass humidor
with sponge moistene'r top
that keeps Prince Albert in
such perfect condition 1
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
Winston-Salem, N. C.
U. S. BUTTON MUST
COME OFF COATS.
Law Says Either Red Chevron Most Be
Worn or Buttons Changed.
Button,' button, who's got the army
buttons on his army overcoat?
If he has not a red chevron on the
left sleeve he must change the buttons.
That's regulations except for men in
Minneapolis recruiting officers are
urging all former service men who are
wearing their army overcoats to com
ply with this requirement^ A penalty
for violations of^this military law is
provided and the government might de
mand its enforcement one of these days,
Nels Hogstad, a patient from Mar
shall county committed to the state hos
pital at Fergus Falls Aug. 13,1915, died
there on Nov. 10 of pulmonary tuber