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Mmat to Minot Readen.
ai*itki Minot dltizens have
seen in these columns enthusiastic
I praise of Doan's Kidney Pills by Mi
sot residents. Would these prominent
people recommend a remedy that had
•ot proves reliable? Would they
oonfirm their statements after years
had elapsed if personal experience
had not shown the remedy to be wor
*y of endorsement? The following
10% war tax placed on phono
graphs on November 1st, 1918.
Place your orders now for
(A Phonograph With a Soul)
On request we will place one of
these beautiful instruments in
your home without cost to you,
to show you its merits and how it
surpasses all makes of talking ma=
chines. The Neu) Edison plays all
makes of Records and is the only
instrument that proddces sounds
Write or Phone
Minot Drug Co.
30 So. Main Phone 97
it. B. BARRON, PMiident.
H. EL BYORUM. Caahtor
R. S. BARRON
ARCHIB O. MeCANNIL
H. K. BYORUM
tt BE LOYAL
statement should carry conviction to
the mind of every Minot reader.
J. M. Horst, retired farmer, 815
Washington St., Minot, says: "For
along time my kidneys acted irregu
larly. I had severe, cutting pains
across my kidneys and & dull pain
through my hips, loins and limbs.
Doan's Kidney Pills in a short time
completely cured the attack."
OVER TWO TEARS LATER Mr.
Horst said: "Sometimes, my kidneys
are weak and the kidney secretions
to your Country, to your State. Be loyal
your neighbors, to your friends, to your
home, yes, and be loyal to your home mer
chant and to your home bank! Vour com
munity welfare is'your welfare. Keep ydur
money at home, where You Know It Is safe.
JAMBS JOHNSON, Chairman
Second National Bank
of Minot, North Dakota
The Two-Million-Dollar Bank
F. W. ROACH, VIM Praaldant
W. B. TOOLBY, Aaalataat Cuhlar
F. W. ROACH
A. A. ROBINSON
are retarded. Doan's Kidney Pills al
ways help me whenever I suffer in
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Horst had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
HAVE YOU A L1TTLT GROCERY
IN YOUlt HOME? NAVY OF
FICER HAD THAT, AND MORE.
Dr. Francis S. Nash, medical direc
tor, U. S. N., and his wife were re
cently arrested in New York city,
charged with food hoarding. The doc
tor and his wife were admitted to
$3,000 bail each. They evidently be
lieve in living well, for in their base
ment they had $1,924.46 worth of
eats, enough to stock a good sized
grocery store. The list of hoarded
2,200 pounds of granulated sugar.
595 pounds of powdered sugar
16 pounds of powdered sugar.
637 pounds of lump sugar.
122 pounds of ham.
185 pounds of strip bacon.
387 tins of sliced bacon.
67 tins of roast beef.
58 tins of corner beef.
50 tins of dried beef.
10 tins of corn beef hash.
65 tins of ox tongue.
442 pounds of substitute lard.
30 tins of cooking lard.
29 pounds of cottonseed oil,
48 quarts of olive oil.
38 cans of sardines.
48 cans of flake fish.
1 can of tuna fish.
12 cans of devilled sardines.
6 glasses of codfish.
77 cans of salmon.
2 cans of syrup.
35 cans of molasses.
5 cans of German sausage.
2 cans of lima beans.
25 pounds of lima beans.
3 jars of applebutter.
6 jars of maraschino cherries.
5 pounds of black beans.
8 jars of mincemeat.
43 cans of string beans.
106 cans of baked beans.
552 cans of soup.
27 cans of baking powder.
112 cans of French peas.
95 cans of sifted peas.
40 cans of mushrooms.
86 cans asparagus, 2 1-2 lbs. ea.
9 cans of asparagus tips.
2 bottles of cordials.
1 case of champaigne.
1 case of Italian wines.
6 quarts of whiskey.
48 quarts of California brandy.
84 quarts of sherry.
1 can of instant coffee.
12 bottles of anchovies.
13 cans of caviar.
138 pounds of coffee.
39 cans of cleanser.
6 cans of California peaches.
148 cans of milk. I
100 cans of corn.
57 cans of Spanish peppers.
56 packages of gelatines.
953 pounds of rice.
82 glasses of jelly.
29Ms pounds of tea.
12 jars of assorted jams.
5 cans of cove oysters.
Never have Furs
been mere popu
lar! This line
consists of Hudson
Seal, Musk rat,
Naturia Coats in
plain also trim
Coats, Stoles and
all kinds of:furs.
2 packages of macaroni.
68 bags of salt.
Sweets Proud of Their Nephews.
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sweet are proud
of the record made by three of their
nephews, all of whom have won com
missions. Harold A. Northrup, who
had charge of the recruiting stations
at Minot and at Mitchell, S. D., later
entering the officers' training camp at
Camp Grant, was transferred to Camp
Hancock, Ga., where he has just re
ceived "his commission. Marvin
Northrup has received his commis
in the aviation servide and Lyle
Johnson, who is in the tank ser
at Camp Colt, Gettysburg, has
Death of Mrs. May ,• E. Hyland.
Mrs. May E. Hyland, aged 55 years,
passed away Tuesday morning at 1
o'clock at St. Joseph's hospital, fol*
lowing an illness from pneumonia.
Realizing her condition shortly be
fore her death, she made her will dis
posing of a valuable farm in Afton
township and four valuable lots
This Special Lot of Furs
is Valued at
Do not Miss this Grand Opportunity to
See and Buy Your Winter Furs
at Reasonable Prices
150 pounds of loose salt.
25 pounds of powdered cocoa.
22 pounds of chocolate.
3% gallons of maple syrup.
86 cans of tomatoes.
8 packages of spaghetti.
12 cans of talcum powder.
36 cakes of shaving soap.
1 can of chile con carne.
1 can olives.
3 boxes of soap.
2 cases of soap.
6 dozen assorted can goods.
4 bottles pickles.
12 bottles of honey.
3 cans of potted ham.
6 cans of boned chicken.
1 box of olive soap.
30 pounds of gum drops.
20 pounds of chocolate candy.
186 cakes of assorted soap.
30.pounds of assorted candy.
1 case of assorted goods.
1 case of soft drinks and pickles.
7 pints of grapejuice.
8 bottles of ale.
38 cans of California pears.
3 cans prunes, 7 1-2 lbs. each.
47 cans of beets.
2 cans of cocoa.
32 cans of apricots.
30 cans of deviled ham.
34 dozen orange marmalade.
38 cans of pineapples.
16 boxes of toilet soap.
90 cans of spinach.
12 cans of cherries.
975 lbs. of flour.
the western part of the city.
She has resided in Hinot for a good
many 'years. Her husband was a
former G. N. conductor, making his
headquarters in this city. The de
ceased was a member of the Eastern
Star of this city and a highly respect
McCoy in Chicago.
Paul V." McCoy is spending the
week in Chicago, buying stock for the
McCoy Department store and some of
his other Minot enterprises. He ex
pects to return the last of the week.
Special Showing of Furs
On Saturday, Oct. 9th, we will have with
us Mr. W. E. Quittner of New York City, with a large
assortment of furs of the latest styles.
McCOY DEPARTMENT STORE
Where You Come First Minot, North Dakota
Preserve the Wheat
Everybody knows that the government has spe
cified to all bakers just the amount of white flour
they can use in their products. That is the least
we can do to bring victory to the good old U. S. A.
But the trick lies in mixing the other substitute
ingredients in their proper mianner and proper
We know just how to do that in order to make
the most flavory and tasty bread. It took lots of
thought, time and experiment to accomplish it
but the result was well worth the efforts and you'll
agree with us once you've tried a loaf of our Bread.
Other pastay and bakery goods of the same high
O N E 3 0
G. J. C0UGHLIN, Gen. Mgr. C. A. SHERMAN, Attorney
National Land and Adjustment Co.
Real Estate and Collections
REFERENCES: No. 18 FIRST INTERNATIONAL
FIRST INTERNATIONAL BANK BANK BUILDING
SECOND NATIONAL BANK PHONE 259
MINOT, N. D.
Past due accounts of merchants and
professional men solicited
Good Furs are the
kind we sell, the
only sort that are
permitted to enter
our stocks in the
You'll find that
"cheap" furs are
not cheap! They
may look good
when you buy
them, but a short
period of service
shows them up for what they are