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R$T. O. B. Or4ahl will conduct Eng
lish services at Art flygare's residence
on Sunday, Sept. 14th, at 11 a. ms^All
are cordially invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Larson, of
$yisington, Minn., visited, wit'li the Hau-
J^^gard's last week.*5?,,'
I and Mrs.Eiffort, of Froelick, la.,
ter a couple of weeks in this
own,,departed for their home in Iowa
Mrs. Ben Johnson is ^siting with
dfty with her folks
Misasl fcouise Netteland, of Thief Ri-
Jhere some time ago.
U* Misses Anderson, of Stephen, and
Rodin, of Buffalo, arrived on Monday
to commence school duties.
Roy Anderson is filling Mr. Timman
son's place at the elevator. H?
'fj At one of the parsonages'in Thief
^/River Falls, a week ago Sunday, Willie
F. Hanson and Miss Annie Nilson, of
"sthis place, were united in marriage.
j* Here is congratulations to the newly
and^ister, Mrs Soroogy
|g from Viking, visited here last Monday.
Mrs. Augusta Person, from Seattle,
N/f.Wash., is visiting at her parental home
?U at O. Sjodin's/'W^iy ^"'*V'-'*
W Mrs. Gray, from Slbux City la., cam
"j pip a ago to visit her folks and
wee k' with
"VJ J. J. Oistad and family and Mrs. Al
fi', bert Fredrickson left on Tuesday on an
auto trip to Fergus Falls and Morris,
^to visit relatives.
*fL Miss May Dokken, of ^Thief River
Falls, made a visit to our town Sunday.
A surprise party was given to Mr. and
',jf.MM Wm. Baker on their twenty-fifth
marriage anniversary on Sunday night,
by the members of the English Luther-
"^a church. They were presented with
a handsome silver casserol, and a sum
of money by their many friends. Re
^fresbments were served and a
pleasant evennig was spent.
Emil Stodola, Mandy Storeby and
May Dokken autoed to Thief River
%$ Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Johnson and Mrs.
J. Spodin autoed to various places in
*3*\ North Dakota last week to visit with
Vf^ Some of the leading business men of
purchased the moving
^picture outfit from Kulseth and Han
son, of Viking, and they served the
public for the first time here last Sat-
2J- ^urday evening. They will continue to
^show every Saturday evening hereafter.
v|T Ottine Rokke joinod with home folks
$ in Wesrte Valley on an auto tripGerodi-t
/'jT?lasthSunday. *\1Krr "'a
l^l mussuddenls of thi place, whocaughhisn met deathe
by being i th
*fyfc threshing rig at J. O. Sjoquist's place a
,i.a'few days ago, and who in spite of all
efforts made to save his life at the
'Warren hospital, passed to his reward
in a few hours, were taken to Minne
apolis for burial, by John A. Gerodimus,
a cousin of the deceased. The loss of
Ted. is a hard one for his comrades as
-he has been a faithful helper and com
panion to them on their farm in East
He is mourned by his parents'
,and sisters who reside in Greece, and by
a brother in Superior, besides a large
"^number of cousins.--
5s. D. Torrens returned home last Sun
Oi :^day Dakota.
and Mrs. Herbert^Ha^tso and
Jjv\-^some of John Hendrickson family
to Halma Sunday to with
Xj* J^Mr. and Mrs. Haugen.
M}T: to Walhalla, N. D.,
111JA'^ after their farm interests there.
igfk Fall is drawing near, the ladles are
r^ already beginning to worry about their
winter hatsbut Miss Rokke will be
'^able to supply them in a few days.
&? COMPARATIVE FIGURES
OF PLOWING COST.
C,arefulfigurestaken by the extension
department, University of Minnesota,
as to the cost per acre for plowing with
different sized tractors have been tab
ulated as follows:
The cost with a two-bottom plow run
ning 600 hours per year was 94 cents
per hour or $1.58 per acre for plowing.
%The cost with a three-bottom plow
running 500 hours per year was $1.24
per hour or $1.55 per acre for plow
The cost with a four-bottom plow
running 500 hours per year was $1.52
per hour or $1.52 per acre for plowing.
If ittttoultsyou want
you should use this
paper. It circulates in
the majority of hornet
in die community and
baa always been coo-
I Fri ew Days
Gains 15 Poauds
foritendthewnolefaBi- ByreadsIt fromcovet to
They will ited
ad if you piece
Was So Rundown He
Couldn't Walk Without Hdpv
Tanlae Builds Him Up.
"I commenced taking- Tanlac just
fifteen days ago, and have gained exact
ly fifteen pounds so far, which gives me
an actual gain of one pound a day,"Tanlac
said Peter Thompson, who for the pt^st
six years has been connected with the
Kansas City park board, and lives at
409 Chestnut street, Kansas City, Mo.,
a few days ago. 'C^ X'f ^*j
?Wben I beganK
"faking Tanlac,'* he
continued, "I was so weak and run
down that I couldn't want a step unless
I had somebody to lean on, but I canPonthan.
get out and cover a good many blocks
now, and am getting ready to go back
to work. Some time ago I had a bad
spell of typhoid pneumonia, and it came
very near finishing me up. I pulled
through, however, but I had never been
able to regain any. strength, and my ap
petite was so poor that I couldn't eat
enough to keep me alive hardly. My
head ached all the time, and I would
often have, dizzy spells. I also suffered
nervousness and never got a good
night's sleep. My stomach was inhad
mighty bad condition, too, and every
thing I ate disagreed with me and I
would have the worst sort of attacks of
indigestion. I was certainly in bad
shape, and I had began to think that I
would never find a medicine that would
get me started up hiU again.
I had been reading the different
statements about Tanlac, and one dayably
I saw a lady^ whom I knew very well,
had been greatly helped'by taking this
Tanlac, so I made up my mind right
then and there to give it a trial myself.
commenced to get better right away,
Two farmers' Ffi
Th^ TITAN afid
The IilTTLB MOLINE
and It is just simply remarkable the
way,v I .have gained in weight and
strength. Why, I m go, Anywhere I
want to, now, and I can just feel my
self getting stronger every -day. My
appetite has come back, and 1 eat three
hearty meals every day and what I eat
agrees with me all right I never have
Indigestion or any kind of, stomach
trouble any more, and my nerves are so
steady that I sleep like a log every
night The headaches have left me,'
too, and so have those dizzy spells, and
in fact I Just feel fine all, the time.
has just simply fixed me/up all
right and that is why I talk so -much
about it, and am always recommending
it to other people."
Tanlac is sold in Grygla by A. W.
Clay, in Alvarado by Arthur W. Neu
jahr, in Middle River by Middle River
Dru Co., in Argyle by Robertson's
Pharmacy, and" in Oslo by Mario W.
BUGGLES SHOWS UP
WWH POTATO BUG PARASITE.
Entomologists of the Minnesota Col
lege of Agriculture see no chance right
away of a potato bugless world. Wil
liam Gildart, a farmer of Crow Wing
county, believed he had discovered, ac
cording to the dally press, nature's own
control of the potato pest"* The parasite
was found in Gildart's patch where it
drilled into the fat body of a potato
bug and sucked the life forces. Several
of the destroyers were collected and ex
hibited by the farmer. Word was
passed along that the potato bug was
doomed, This opinion is not shared in
by A. G. Ruggles, state entomologist,
who says that the alleged destroyer is
fairly common sucking insect, prob
a stipkbug, which never occurs in
sufficient number to control, and he
doubts whether it could be reared in
large numbers under artificial condi
tions to be a factor in the extermination
of the potato vine destroyer/
Lundgren,.Wittensten & Co.
OMSi~MXN~OSefaATSsl~tiOTH TWACTOirXND !MPt4IMBNT
Moline Universal is easily handled/1
The I-tifiu I~felr fy
4 With two 14-inch bottoms, underH The secret ofjhe speed and power)*
average plowing conditions, ,uie new(T
of t|ie Moline Universal lies in its
Moline universal Tractor* Model D-1 perfected overheadVvalve engine and
plows 9 acres in 10 hours,"as muchuv twe-wheel construction. The engine^
as ordinary 3-plow machine/ The su-^' idevefops 18 horsepower at the
perior efficiency of the Moline-Unr^ ,*and 9at the drawbar, every ounce ofifrf
versal is due to its higher speed, 3}&l which is available for pull. There
miles an'hour, two bottoms at 3}^ are no dead wheels to drag aldngj#
miles giving the same number of ^iat only carry weight and steer.
plow-miles as three bottoms at *j$g
'in extremely softfl
-i t. ^-xiBTOund,plowing the Moline Universa Wlr
Plowrag at 2X mles an hour giyee^, equipped with a differential lock tM$
ideal results, the ground being pulr^enables the two drive wheels tb baf
veraed more thoroughly than at locked together, doubling their puttV
slower speeds, with less air spacerVfaapower
Tough tod that cannot be turned,a&fi^irLl- irt\,, mi u^i a.wi
all jg mile, an hour is plowed- JfrJSE%2** ?%%$
-FerfeS' work is assured with M^ ^U?S^1S7 **'*rS
Moline Universal through the advati-S
tageous position of the operator, who ./^"C light weight o,f^ the Moliner
sits on the implement where he mustv Umvo-sal,^ 3380 and its highJ
sit in order to do good work. ,TheSl iM**?**pounds,
Says It Isn't Rust
Finds Lice on Wheat
^Grand Forks, N. D., Sept 2.Agri-
cultural experts of the United States
department of agriculture may "have to
revise some of their theories about the
cause" of rusj in wheat, or" decide that
there is no rust here this year. It has
been stated for several yetfrs that the
extinction pt the barberry: bush would
end rust zX'Xl
"There probably isn't a barberry bush
living in the whole of North Dakota,"
turns short, and hacks as readily ai, plowing. With it one man can pjpati
it goes forward. && actes a cultivate 20 acres a
Wast of time i^ the field is dfanfc& day, harves4ay, 2 5 acre^ a day, or do
aated and^the tractor kept at produce' W work with equal speed, ft
tive work a maximum numberoi^to theHdeal tractor io^my-i^M
hours a day through a complete elec-M Pracricauy ehminating horses ^v
tmstartuigand lightingsystem. "3%of5and solving the farm help problem.t
Moline Umveml is the only tractor-^ QtU ancjet Ustehaw yomi thhfM*l
:t^i It Cultivates
said Dr. F. J. Duggan today. "I believe
examination of the Red River Valley
wheat which appears to be suffering
from rust will prove td anyone that this
is not rust, 'Instead*the wheat is suf
fering from the attacks of small vege
table lice.v^^ y: 5r
"I went Wt to the farm of E. J.
O'Reilly north of the city and put some
of his wheat under a magnifying glass.
It appeared to be covered with snaM
lice. If this had been rust the magni
fying glass wculd have^shown nothing
of this kind.
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