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Largest and best selected stock
WARE, CUT GLAM
2 AND MUSICAL IN-
STRUMENTS to be found In Marshall County,, at
prices that are right A rlslt to MJ
store will convince 70a that abort It
line watch repairing a specialty.
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On southwest quarter, Section 26, Brislet Township, 1 mile
east and 3 miles north of Angus, 4 miles east
and 5 miles south of Warren, on
2 lumber wagons" with grain
1 500-gallon water tank.
3 wagons with racks.
1 Deering binder, 8-ft.
1 Massey-Harris binder.
1 5-section drag.
1 Keystone disc.
1 Monitor 20-disc drill.
2 sets bob sleigbsl"' "*f
1 McCormick mower:
Tuesday, Mar 23
Sale Starts Immediately after noon.
62 Head of Livestock
1 black mare, 7 yrs. old, wt. 1350
1 black mare, 7 yrs. old, wt. 1350.
1 sorrel mare, 5 yrs. old, wt. 1250.
1 gray mare, 6 yrs. old, wt. 1450.
1 black mare, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1450
1 black mare, 12 yrs. old, wt. 1300
1 bay mare, 12 yrs. old, wt. 1300
1 gray gelding, 9 yrs. old, wt.
1 bay mare, 8 yrs. old, wt. 1150
Farm Machinery and Other Articles
TOBY SCHEIE, Auctioneer. OWNER.
Aug. A. Johnson, Clerk.
i Bargains in Real Estate?
Good homes in Warren. Good farms fri
Marshall and Polk counties. Lands in Rio
Grande Valley, Texas, Notonias Valley, Cali-
4ornia and East Coast Florida. Live, accident
andfireinsurance. May we serve you? _,
t. H" OLSON
feWE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR^
^Ji'UYE POULTRY AT ALL TIMES.
WE BUY DRESSED VEAL
Miss Minnie Erickson, who has been
employed during the winter' months at
Warren, returned to her home last
week. Minnie, while there, went
through a severe siege of the "flu", but
she is feeling fine now.
Dr. and Mrs. Ed. Bratrud, of War
ren, were pleasantly entertained at I.
M. Myrbo's Thursday evening.
A fine large baby boy arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs-J. S. Benson last
Tuesday. ,^f ffl If*
Miss Manda Halvorson arrived home
from Thief River Falls Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr. Albert Knutaon and
children, from Churches Feyry, N. P.,
are visltlng'at Mrs. Knutson's parental
home, M. Forsberg's, at present.
John Halvorson's entertained a num
ber of friends Saturday evening in
honor of their son, Halfred, of Montana,
who is visiting at home at present.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lindqulst left for
Minneapolis Wednesday evening of last
week to make their future home there.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindquist moved here
from Gaylord, Mfim., and were amongst
the first Viking settlers. They have
lived here for the last fifteen years,
and leave a large circle of relatives .and
friends who greatly regret their leav
ing this community. -V-',-,*s-"'\"
Sophie Swanson boarded, the train
for Warren Monday morning for a few
days' visit at that place.
John Larson's are now located in
their new home'. **-"V /"_
P. O. Peterson's had an auction sale
of their property Wednesday, March
10th, and are now living in town.
Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. Nina
Anderson and Carl Bloom, of Rose
wood, were married at the former's sis
ters' home, S. Nordgaard's, of this place.
The wedding took place at 3 o'clock and
the ceremony was performed by Rev.home,
I black gelding, 9 yrs. old, wt.
II cows, from 3 to 6 yrs. old.
1 Hereford bull, 2y2 yrs. old, reg
7 yearlings. I-
10.Hereford calves. *x
18 yearling ewes, due to lamb
1 McCormick rake.
1 Massey-Harris cream separator
1 Moline planter.
1 manure spreader,
1 John Deere triple plow.
5 sets harness.
1 International feed grinder.
1 Osborn corn binder.
Free Lunch at NoonUsual Terms
}^MhW E BUYJBTD ESi^gfe^
Levine Bros. Company
Drotts, of Viklng.-V.Tli* bride waa at
tired in a gown of white crepe de chene.
The bridesmaid, Miss Anna Bldotn, sis*
ter of the groom, wore a dress of white
voile. Axel Bloom, brother of- the
groom, 'w'ninsestuian. At 5 o'clock a
delicious supper was served by Mrs.Alvarado
Nordgaard. Only immediate relatives
were present at the wedding. The
happy bridal couple left for a wedding
trip to Duluth, They will make their
home on the groom's farm in Rose
Mesdames I. Myrbo and A* Styrlund
called on Mrs. Alb. Peterson Saturday
A. J. Axelson, manager of the Fairm
ers Co-Operative Store of Viking, has
resigned his position and will leave for
Canada the first-part of April where
he intends to go in partnership in a
large grocery store. Albert Tornell,
formerly clerk of tho Farmers Store,
will succeed Mr. Axelson as manager
and Mrs. Greenly has been chosen clerk
for* the time being.
Alfred Larson was in Warren Fri
day to haye some dental work done.
The F. Anderson girls visited at Dr.
LindquiSt's Saturday evening.
T. Befts and family, from Tintah,
Minn., are now located in their new
home. We extend a hearty welcome to
these people and wish them success and
hope, they will be well pleased with
Marie Ordahl, of Warren, visited
with Hilda Hanson Friday evening
Ruth Anderson was a Warren caller
Mrs. Ohas. Anderson and daughter,
Violet, from Warren, came out to
Myrtle Krohn, from Thief River
Falls, visited at her home over Sunday
Peter Lindquist was a Thief River
Falls caller Sunday.
Mrs. S. Hanson returned home Mon
day from her visit to her daughter's
T. Wasley, of Numedihfr *,-r^
Rev. and. Mrs. Drotts, Rev/sande
aud Christ Rud were Sunday afternoon
callers at C. Lindeirs.
It seems like spring is here at last,
and no one in Viking regrets that King
Winter has left us. The snow has been
disappearing very rapidly, these last
.days. Several crows, meadow larks
and other birds have already arrived.
Rev. Sande, of Numedahl, assisted
Rev. Drotts with the services Sunday
forenoon and evening.
The school- children are busy prepar
ing for the state examinations to be
held March 18 and 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Forslund, from
Numedahl, are moving to town this
week. Mr. Forslund has been appoint
ed agent for the Standard Oil Com
pany here and will begin business as
soon as weather conditions allow.
Norwegrlnn Iiuth. Church of Vlktntr
S. J. BREKKE, Pastor.
.Sion churchServices Sunday morn
ing at 10:30.
Bethlehem churchServices in the
afternoon at 3:00.
You are cordially in-vited and wel
come to these meetings.
MlIon Charch off Vlklnv.
WERNER DROITS, pastor.
Services will be held next Sunday'at
2 p. in. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at
1 p. in.
Prayer meeting Tuesday at 8 p. m.
All are welcome.
DR. G. S. WATTAM, Office First Na
tional Bank Building, Warren, Minn
Special attention given to diseases of
Nose, Throat, Eyes and fitting of
'RS. BLEGBN & BORRBSON,
Physicians and Surgeons. Office
State Bank Building, Warren, Minn:
CARL WALLGRBN, Graduate Swedish
Medical Gymnast and Masseur. City
Hospital. Warren, Minn.
V. O. BAKKB, D. D. S., Skandlnarlslr
Tandlaege. Office in the Taralsetb
Building, Warren, Minn.
OR. EDWARD J. BREN, Dentist
.First National Bank Building. War
B. T. FRANK, M. D. C, graduate of
Chicago Veterinary College. Post
graduate Kansas City Veterinary
College. Member Minnesota State
Veterinary Medical Assn. Warren.
W. E. LINDQUIST, D. V. M., Veter
inarian. Office, Styrlund Bldg.,
Specialists la BTamlnlng
Byes and Fitting Qlasees. Office 8
N., 4th St, Grand Forks, N. D.,-
WB HAVE NO AGBNTS. Ti
1 R. NAESBTB, Lawyer. Office next
door to City Hall, Warren, Minn.
4. N. BCK8TROM, Attorney-at Lew
Office 2nd floor First National Bank
Building. Warren. Minn.
LSO & HAGE, Attorneys-at-Law.
Office in Taralseth Block. Warren,
Look this issue of the Sheaf orer
carefully, note the' large amomt of
home news, then send as your fab
scrition for a year., 52 issues for
GatttThal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local aiplteation as they eajmot reach
the diseased portion of the ear.'. Thare Is
only one way .to cur* Catarrhal Deafness
and that la by a constitutional remedy.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts
through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. Catarrhal Deafness Is
caused by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous unlng of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube Is Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when It Is entirely closed, Deafness the
result. Unless the Inflammation can b*re
duced and this tube restored to Its nor
mal condition, hearing may be destroyed
forever. Many -cases of Deafness are
caused by Catarrh, which Is atf Inflamed
condltlon^of the MucouiSUrtacee.^
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for SAT
ease of Catarrhal Deafnees that cannot
ICINE. HALL'S ^CATARRH
All Druggists Wc. Circulars free.
North of Warren A
^M i mm
GeorgeKvallei was a guest at the
Nlcholl's Brothers home Sunday
Fred Diedrich transacted business at
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and lit
tle daughter, Grace, were over Sunday
guests at the horn of Mrs. Anderson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Yuergens,
Charlie and Iver Anderson were call
ers Sunday evening at the Geo. Palmer
Miss Clara Hellar was a week end
guest at the home Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Ernest McCartney and sister, Ila,
were entertained at the Nicholls home
Mrs. Charlie Anderson and daughter,
Violet, went to-Viking Friday evening
to visit her parents and attend their
sale which was held Monday.
W. C. Myer assisted John Rue with
his spring butchering Thursday.
Jorgen Anderson is baling flax straw
for Andrew Hansen.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Vansiekle enter
tained a few of their friends at cards
Miss Minnie Yuergens was an over
"night guest ai the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Palmer Sunday.
Beautiful spring weather made its
appearance last week and the snow is
The school northwest of Luna is
closed on account of the illnessv
teacher, Miss Anna Johnson, who is
confined to her home with a sore throat.
Japs Buy 300 Airplanes.,.
Paris.Japan hns placed orders in
France for. 300 nirplanes, it was
Awake to Spirit of Easter.
It is the tragedy of many a life that
It weeps at an empty tomb. It thinks
that there all its hopes are burled, all
its possibilities of joy, all its future.
How empty and joyless is the- life that
has not met the risen Christ! On the
first'Easter evening two disciples were
walking down to Emaus. Their hearts
were sad, their lives were hopeless be
cause they had lost their Lord, and
they had no faith in certain rumors of
1 resurrection which had come to their
nrs. Jesus joined them on the way, but
ir ovc* wore hoiden so they knew
t: Mv the Spirit open our
+v .,n,^_|.y, nu Knstpr day to the
The Warren Auctioneer
Successor to W. H. Dixon
pf^For res.aM^^ sr^icf
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Phone No. 230
ft the tubs and proceed as before.
1 Deering binder, 7-ft. cut.
1 Deering binder, 6-ft. cut.
1 Deering mower.
1 McCormick rake.
1 Monitor double disc drill.
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ffan thoroaRUr wet and the nut bane. fcK^^im^w^aMalStLteSf^"
^-.^'Sldm Off the Floating Stuff&^_
and deetroy by grinding it and feeding it to enkkena after it is dry. Do net feed ft
whole,because many weed seedsbeingindigestible, will find theirwayback to thefielde.
ttorarictonhoethtrtob. This wffl act at a i^rj
When diamedtdum the
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luTslw_beenteeatlmthtootatioa. Leavecovered fere
Bight. Dotf mttosssdfreeie^afcilBdsmp.
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treat thewheat mat
,e aotcle yearsssilmaspouts.
A substantial gala is i
probably to the net that
not and 1 fey the
Breakfast is sure to be ready! Breakfast is sure to be
husband and more happinessforthewholehousehold.
Trythiscool,comfortable wayof cookingwhileyoueat
Electricity for Convenience
One of the biggest home improvements made by
electricity is in the convenience it adds. A house can
be easily and economically wired for multiple out
lets, permitting the use of one, two as many
appliances as you likeat any place, or any time.
We can do additional wiringor complete new
installations without fuss, muss or bother
Let Us Estimate
WATER, LIGHT AND POWER DEPT.
On the Northeast quarter of Section 34, Township of Wan
ger, nine miles northeast of Argyle, on*
Mondevyv March 22
Commencing at 10 o'clock a, m.
In case of stormy weather sale will be held next day.
The following Live Stock, Farm Machinery, Household
Goods and Other Articles will be sold:
1 grey mare, 14 years old, wt.
1 black mare, 7-years old, wt.
1 black hdrse, S' years tld wt.
1 grey horse,6 years old, wt.
2 milch cows, fresh now.
2 milch cows, fresh this spring.
2 heifers, 2 years old.
3 yearling calves.
2 spring calves.
1 bull, 2 years old.
TOBY SCHEIE, Auctioneer.
Farmers & Merchants Bank of Argyle, Clerk.
Whea Disease ^s^l?^
v. _.. P* prevented the other two can.
Damage from rust can be partially avoided bji selecting a good quality of Marquis
seed an order to anearly maturity.the We cand alioy cuearly out thseedingyin Barberr fashee whichget harborthe mat eporea in winter^ So
and acab are easily preventable. Blow out with a fanning mill aa many of the amut fcrfU
poeaihle and eow only the plumpeatgralna. '-J'
mosttuoeeatfalmethod totreatleadWhaat for em*
withfortycaUoosofwater, ^w^ *vivv^
fete mix ooe
1 John Deere gang plow.
1 16-inch breaker.
2 smoothing harrows.
1 Kovar harrow. ^w
1 disk harrow.
1 5-h. p. gasoline engine.
1 8-inch feed mill.
1 scales, 1000 lbs.
1 DeLaval cream separator.
1 cement block machine.
1 wagon with box.
2 sets bob sleighs
7 sets work harness.
2 fanning mills.
1 wild oats separator.
Some household goods, and a lot
of other articles too numerous
FREE LUNCH AT NOONUSUAL TERMS
JOHN A. LUNDQUIST^wier