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For a low price this Chest of Draw
ers is especially desirable. It is
built of solid oak, golden finish.
Size of base, 40x30 inches.
TERMS $1.00 WEEKLY
This very attractive Dresser is con
structed.-of solid oak, golden finish.
Has three Barge drawers. Size of
base 30x10 inches. French bevel
ed mirror measures 14x21 inches.
TERMS $1.00 WEEKLY
A most attractive Buffet and this price we offer it at
makes it a real bargain. The plate glass mirror
measures 41x7 inches top measures 40x20 inches.
Fumed Oak finish.
.TERMS $1.00 WEEKLY
Here is a real bar
gain. This Davenport
in fine grade imita
tion brown Spanish
leather. Frame is
made of heavy solid
oak, fumed finish.
Bed clothes can be
folded up inside of
TERMS $1 WEEK
Store for Farmers
This big housefurnishing store offers to the Fanner and Rancher abetter opportunity to buy good substantial
house furnishings than any other store of its kind in North Dakota. You can furnish your home complete
from cellar to roof at this store and at a less expense than elsewhere. We guarantee to save you money on
every purchase. Our motto is "The Same for Less".
Compare Our Prices
By comparison only can you appreciate the good values to be had at
this store this is why we like to have our patrons compare our prices.
Another thing is that our stocks are so large and well selected that in
variably just what you are looking for will be found at McCoy Fur. Co.
GO AS FAR AS
Guaranteed not to sag, tarnish or rust. Adapted to any home where at
tractive draping is desired. A rod for any style or length of curtain.
Kirsch Rods Can't Sag—Never Tarnish
Above illustration shows single rod size, satin brass finish
Extension 25 to 40 inches. Price
Extension 33 to 58 inches. Price
Kirsch Rods Can't.Sag—Never Tarnish
Above shows double rod style, satin brass finish
Extension 25 to 40 inches. Price 50c
Extension 33 to 58 inches. Price- 68c
Single Extensions for either rod 18c
Kirsch Rods Can't Sag—Never Tarnish
Extension 35 to 40 inches. Price SOc
Extension 33 to 58 inches. Price 77c
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All steel full nickel plated,
eight beating blades. Posi
tive and rapid action. Easi
ly cleaned and sanitary.
ft JJ ity
a a a S a
only we will
sell this genuine reed
McCoy Furniture Co,
225-227-229-231 Sopth Main Street
Minot, North Dakota
L!H '[Mil I
While they last we
will sell a very fine
grade of Biege Scrim
Curtains at an excep
tionally low price.
These are genuine
Kirch Curtains. Price
MANY MINOT FRIENDS
ATTEND WM. WEST FUNERAL
Fitting Ceremonies Held Oct. 6 at Old
Home, Barnesville, Minn., Where
Parents of Deceased Reside.
The funeral of Wm. West, well
known G. N. engineer, who died re
cently on a train at Fergus Falls,
Minn., while enroute to Minneapolis
flor medical treatment, was held at
Barnesville, Minn., the old home,
Sunday, Oct. 6. The remains were
taken from the home of the parents
of the deceased to the church which
could not accommodate the large
crowd of friends gathered to pay
their last tribute of love and respect
to this excellent citizen. The minis
ters of Barnesville all being ill, it was
necessary to secure the services of a
minister from Fergus Falls. The flor
al tributes were very profuse, the
Knights of Pythias lodge of Minot,
of which Mr. West was a member,
contributing a beautiful wreath.
Mr. West, in his youth, resided in
Barnesville. His parents are among
the most highly respected people of
Barnesville. His father is an old
time engineer and for year? was lo
comotive fireman in that city.
A large number of Minot friends
attended the funeral, among who.n
were: Mr. and Mrs. Pat Doyle, Engi
neer Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Comp
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Roy
Pierce, Fred Almy, Judge Wm. Mur
ray, Engineer Greenhalgh, and Engi
John K. Sveen Writes from New York
The Independent has received a
very interesting letter from John K.
Sveen, a Minot businessman for years,
who is now residing in New York
city. Mr. Sveen is one of the Nation
al trustees of the Sons of Norway and
is evidently doing some very effective
work for the Fourth Liberty Loan in
New York city. He says in part:
"Everything is in good shape,
good news from the front, in fact ve
still have some German propaganda
here that will make use of this rosy
outlook for peace against our 4th
Liberty Loan drive.
"Every fraternity, every society
and club is working and urging in thi3
loan-drive. We shall not deny that
there is a little nervousness in the
air over the outcome of this subscrip
tion-drive. Eighteen Hundred Mil
lions, which is the quota for New
York, is a tremendous amount of
"The Norwegians in Brooklyn and
New York have organized themselves
with an executive committee and are
working day and night. Every na
tionality has organized in a similar
manner and everybody is being ap
"I have this week been on the go
four nights on Staten Island and
in Brooklyn, speaking for various or
ganizations and societies. Saturday
I have a date for the Bronx, Sunday
afternoon and Monday night in Brook
lyn. Had the pleasure-the other night
to see $4,000.00 of small denomina
tions sold right after I was through
"My congratulations for your good
work in Minot—you certainly surpas-
VANTEP TO BUY--£ eeond han
clothing and shoes. Haskell's
and Store, N. Main St. Phone 15-J
17E ARE AGENTS for Wear-U-
Well Shoes. $1.98, $2.48, $2.98. Fac
tory price. Yju-tave fV 'lar
two. il&akell's Second iiami Ston
N. Main St. 1-31-t^
WANTED' Riding saddle, second
hand, must be cheap, for cash. Can
also use some team work harness
if price is right. Waverly Harness
Shop, Minot. 10-10-3t
FOR SALE—Farming outfit consist
ing of eleven horses and necessary
machinery. Would take a good
second hand car in trade. Box 191
Des Lacs, N. D. 10-10-2*
WANTED—To hear from owners of
improved and unimproved farm*
for sale. Give full description of
land, improvements and price want
ed in first letter. The Minot Under
writers Co., Minot, N. D. 10-10-tf
WANTED—Place to work for his
board by' a bright young 17-year-old
boy who has passed eighth grade
and wishes to attend high school
this year. Inquire at Independent
Break two or three
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tastes Le'aer and stays
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ary plug. That's why
Bed the East with your quick work
in spite of failures and haraahipa.
"With kindest regards, Y«w|,
"JOHN K. SVMSN."
Norwich Soldier Injured ia Taxaa.
Benton Hestekind, of Norwiek, w|»
is in the officers' training camp at
Camp McArthur, Texas, suffered aa
injury to his legs when he waa MB
over by a heavy army truck. He waa
laid up in the hospital 18 days, but is
Kenneth Foster Victim of the lala
Kenneth, the 10-year-old son «f
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Foster of thk
city, died Sunday night after a short
illness with the Spanish influenaa,
which resulted in pneumonia. Ken
neth was a fine, manly little lad ana
exceedingly popular with all wita
whom he came in contact.
Kenneth fell apd hurt his hip Wed
nesday of last week and the doctor
was called the following day. Ha
grew rapidly worse and it is believe#
that he became the victim of the in
fluenza. He passed away Sunday af
ternoon at 5:15 o'clock.
The funeral was held from the home
Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, Rer.
P. W. Erickson preaching words of
comfort. The remains were interred
in Rose Hill Cemetery.
Kenneth is survived by his parents,
and two brothers and four sisters,
who have the sympathy of all. The
father is a member of the well known
plumbing firm of Foster & Connolly.
L. W. Toftner Independent Candidate
L. W. Toftner, a well known south
prairie farmer, has placed an an
nouncement in this week's issue of
the Independent, informing our read
ers that he is a candidate for commis
sioner for the Fifth commissioners
district. His name will appear the
Mr. Toftner came to Ward county
about seventeen years ago and has
been farming here continuously ever
since. He has made a success ot
farming and is well spoken of by
those who Ti'vve over had any dealinj^i
County Will Meet Seed Bonding Ob
County Commissioner Lokensgara
informs "the Independent that the
money from the seed liens is coming
in quite satisfactorily, and he believes
that the county will collect enough
this year to pay the $50,000 due. be
sides the interest on the bonds, lne
county bonded for $250,000 to furnish
seed and feed for the .farmers and a
fifth of this amount with the interest
is to be paid back each year.
Has Farmed Continuously Since 1888.
Jos. Korgel. who has resided on hie
farm in Eureka township since 1888,
visited the Independent office the
other day and chanced to remark that
of all the early settlers in his tow*
ship, he is the only one left. Joe mi
seen some fat years and some lea*
ones, but takin gthem altogether, he
has done well, building up a splendid
For Rent,.For Sale, Lost, Found* Taker, Up.
WANTED—Experienced farmer wittei
10 head of horses ar.d machinery,
would like to rent three quarters or
a section of land with buildings on.
Aug. Paulson, Berthed, N. D.
FOR SALE—20-passenger school bus
mounted on Dodge Bros. Universal
truck. Fuller Motor Co. 10-3-t4eg
FOR SALE—About thirty tons of
outs and millet hay. Price $12,0t
per ton in stack, 4 miles southeast
of Minot.. For information address
Box 331 White Earth N. D.
FOR SALE—Two heifers, eominr
fresh. Apply L. Midwood, near
Granite Springs Waterworks, Minot.
MONEY TO LOAN on farm lands.
Geo. Edwards, Apt. 32, 1935 Fre
mont Ave., Minneapolis. tl-cg
FOR SALE—Eighty acres of as fine
land as lies in North Dakota, only
four miles from Minot. Has fine
well and new windmill. Owner i#
unable to work his entire farm and
intends to keep one eighty.for hie
own use, for truck gardening, hog®,
few cows and chickens. Price rea
sonable. Inquire at Independent of
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