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A large crowd of Vikingites attended
the parcel social held at Miss D. Breese'
school house north of Vikingr, Satur
day evening. A good time was report
Mrs. A. Tornell entertained *a few
relatives in honor of her birthday an
niversary Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Roth and two children, from
Thief River Falls, visited at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Lindquist Saturday.
Annie Anderson returned home Sat
urday, after having been employed as
cook at the Spaulding farm near War
ren, during the summer.
C. E. Stinchfleld, of Warren, was a
business caller in Viking Friday of last
Dr. Lindquist was a professional call
er in Rosewood Wednesday evening of
Lillie and Signe Lindquist returned
home last Tuesday morning, from .the
cities, where they have visited for
about three weeks with friends and
relatives. They assure us of having
spent a delightful visit.
Mrs. A. Peterson and baby were
pleasant Wednesday afternoon visitors
at B. Styrlund's.
Martin Sjostrand left for his parent
al home in Sweden Wednesday of last
week, after several years stay in Amer
A. J. Axelson attended the Sunday
school in Comstocjc Sunday.
Services were held in the Swedish
Mission church Sunday forenoon.
Mesdames A. Axelson and C. Lindell
were entertained at A. Tornell's Fri
Miss E. Kellberg, one of the local
school teachers, spent Sunday at her
home in Thief River Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Paulson and baby, from
Bemidji, are visiting at the latters
parental home, John Olson's, of this
Myrtle Anderson left for Winnipeg,
Canada, Tuesday morning to be em
ployed at that place.
A series of meetings will be held in
the Swedish Mission church commenc
ing Wednesday. Nov. 19th. Reverends
Olson, from Crookston, Andreen, and
several others will officiate at these
meetings. Everybody is cordially in
vited to attend.
Saturday we had real mild thawing
weather, but Sunday the north wind
was again at his job niaking it colder
than ever, and the snow flakes coming
down in great style. We are inclined
to believe Indian summer past us by
this year, and that King winter is here
for a long stay.
ANNUAL* SHORT COURSES.
Something like 25 state organizations
interested in agriculture and home wel
fare will hold annual or special meet
ings at University Farm on or immedi
ately after Dec. 29, the regular opening
time for Farmers' nd Home-Makers'
Week, Minnesota's greatest annual
short course. Two thousand persons
are expected to attend the short courses
and various meetings. Conferences of
county farm bureaus and county agents
will be held, also various meetings for
women. The Minnesota Livestock
For His Seventh Year in North
DOES NOT USE SURGERY
Will be at
Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 26 & 27
Office Hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Charge for Examination
Df. Mellenthin is a regular graduate
in medicine and surgery and is licensed
toy the state of North Dakota. He
visits professionally the more import
ant towns and cities and offers to all
who call on this trip consultation and
examination free, except the expense
.of treatment when desired.
According to his method of treat
ment he does not operate for chronic
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stom
ach, tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit many wonderful
results in diseases of the stomach, liver,
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
ney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh, weak
lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg ulcers
and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for any length
of time and do net get any better, do
aiot fail to call, as improper measures
irather than disease are very often the
cause of your long standing trouble.
Remember above date, that examin
ation on this trip will be free and that
Ihis treatment is different.
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Breeders' Association and the associa
tion of breeders of Holsteins, Guern
seys, Jerseys, Aberdeen Angus, Ayr
shires, Herefords and possibly Bed
Polls and Shorthorns, also of breeders
of horses, sheep and swine will hold
their annual meetings. Organizations
of creamery managers, poultry raisers,
potato growers, fruit growers, bee keep
ers and vegetable growers also will hold
conferences. Evening mass meetings
will be addressed by men and women
of national fame. Bulletins giving the
full program will be distributed over
the state soon.
At Thief River Falls occurred last
Saturday the marriage of Miss Ebba
Wahlbeck, of St. Hilaire. to Rudolph
Sagmoen, of this place, Miss Isabel Sag
moen acting as bridesmaid and Henry
Sagmoen as best man. The newlyweds
are both well known young people of
this neighborhood, Mr. Sagmoen having
been brought into manhood in this com
munity and Miss Wahlbeck has for the
last two years been engaged as tutor
at the Busy Bee school north of this
place, a position which she still re
tains. Her lovely disposition and re
markable talents have secured for her
the unanimous admiration and respect
of all who have learned to know her
during these two years, and who de
light to learn of her intention to make
her future home here. Mr. Sagmoen
has for some time past been engaged
in farming near Anita, and the happy
couple wijl go to housekeeping there
in the immediate future. The entire
neighborhood's cordial congratulations
Miss Esther Thoreson left on Satur
day evening for Thief Riyer^, Palls,
where she expects to be employed in
Oscar Bergland returned on Satur-
day morning to visit with his parents
for some time.
Axel Bloom left last Tuesday for
Hazel, where he will assist with the
home work St the John Sjoberg farm
for some time, Mr. Sjoberg being con
fined to the Warren hospital,' where he
has underwent an operation.
Carl Bloom intends to commence bal
ing hay and flax straw for shipping
purposes in the near future.
Miss Hannah Helquist left on Tues
day evening for a couple days' shop
ping and visiting tour to Thief River
Nels Axelson, who has been employed
as a farm hand near Angus this sum
mer, came home last Wednesday and
will spend some time with his parents
Miss Viola Axelson returned to Thief
River Falls last Saturday to resume
her work at the Dr. Boreen home, after
spending a few days with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Holm, of Twin
Valley, arrived here last Saturday for
a few days' visit with their son, A. S.
Holm, cashier at the Farmers State
Thom Holten returned on Friday
from Murray county, where he has
spent the last two weeks visiting with
Emil Anderson, Joel Shoberg and
Axel Axelson attended the Market Day
sales at Warren last Friday.
Rudolph, Henry and Isabel Sagmoen
and Ebba Wahlbecg left last Friday
evening for Thief River Falls and St.
Hilaire, where they visited over Sun
John Rafteseth left on Saturday
morning for Warren to attend to busi
ness during the day.
Miss Lyda Batten, teacher at Central
school. Thief River Falls, arrived here
on Friday morning to spend a couple
days with her folks.
O. J. Dahl returned on Tuesday morn
ing from the cities, where he had been
with a carload of stock for the local
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Petterson, who
have purchased a farm three miles
south of town, moved up this week and
will make their home here in the fu
Miss Tena Westby who has been
employed at Thief River Falls for some
time, returned home on Monday.
If a man had to do
the washing just once,
his wife would have
Electric Washing and
the next, Monday.
Arrange for a Free Demonstration.
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HE SYMBOL of BETTER
1 BATTERY SERVICE
It's a mighty good sign to believe in. It means
to you successful, continuous operation of your,
storage battery, regardless of its make.
Our business is to keep your battery in trim
and keep your car on the road. We've got the
battery business "cinched" in this town because
the majority of car-owners know they can get
immediate service." We stay two jumps
ahead of your needs.
DROP IN TOMORROW
A IS-MONTHS' ADJUSTMENT
GUARANTEE GOES WITH
EVERY MACHINE-PASTED PLATE
W. F. POWELL & CO.
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the Source of never-ending Entertainment
The NEW EDISON
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To the musician it is more than reproducer of tunes. It is
the ReCreator of Music.
To the interior decorator and lover offinearts its exquisite
Period designs make it a phonograph apart.
In the home, its true musicits ReCreation of all that is
1 beautiful and real in music is of utmost cultural benefit Its
lighter music for lighter moods is a source of never-ending
entertainment. We shall take pleasure in demonstrating the New Edison
Miss Laura Kron, teachei\ left on
Saturday evening for an over Sunday
stay with friends at Thief River Falls.
Chester Dols and Henry Sagmoen,
students at Thief River Falls, arrived
here on Wednesday morning: to spend
a few days with parents.
The funeral rites of M. O. Saugren
took place last Wednesday at the Rin
dal cemetery north of town, Rev. Jerde
of Newfolden officiated. A large num
ber of people from Steiner attended.
Mrs. Tilda Sjolsvold accompanied by
her oldest son returned on Tuesday
evening from Warren and spent Wed-
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E. J. Johnson was at Viking between
trains last Saturday on business.
Benhard Ranum and Olof Opseth re
turned on Saturday from a brief busi
ness call at Thief River Falls.
The Swedish Young Peoples' Society
will have their next meeting at the
Congregational church in town on
Thursday evening, Nov. 20. All are
welcome, lunch will be served.
Misses Ida and Emma Sorenson re
turned on Wednesday -evening from
North Dakota, where they have been
employed in a cook car.
From November 15th to 22nd is
Pillsbury's Week in Minnesota. During
this week your Grocer will have a large
new stock of Pillsbury's Family of Foods.
All members of Pillsbury's
Family of Foods are products of the enor-
mous mills which grind your Pillsbury's
Best Flour, and are prepared under direct
supervision of the great modern Pillsbury
Put Pillsbury's Family of Foods
in your home, make it truly a Pillsbury
Week and a pleasant Home Week.
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Miss Mable Lappegaard left last
Thursday for Thief River Falls, where
she will visit a week with her sister.
Mrs. H. Carlson.
A carload of flour and feed was ship
ped in at the local elevator last Satur
day. The car was filled with rye and
returned the same day.
A parcel social will be given at
Willowdale school next Saturday eve
ning, Nov. 15th.
Mrs. 6. Larson, of Thief River Fall*
was in town last Tuesday to attend the
Ladies' Aid meeting and read with the
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