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We understand the seri-
•aaaess of your doctor's or
ders—and fill his prescrip-
ti«u in precise measure to
these orders bring your
doctor's prescriptions to us
•ad be on the safe side that
tliey are made up exactly
right in every detail from
pare, reliable drugs kept
fresh and potent. We solicit
Woman With The Hoosier
Hoosier not only saves women hours of time and
miles of steps, but kesps the kitchen orderly at all times.
All and utensils have their proper place in the
Hoosier. When a woman has finished preparing the meal,
it's the work of a very few moments to put
The Hoosier saves walking to and fro, bending, stooping
and standing long hours. And remember that this cabinet
answers not only some of a woman's needs, but all. And all
can afford it, due to our popular payment plan—only a small
deposit on delivery—balance in convenient amounts each
Gome in and select your model while our allotment lasts.
When these are gone you will have to join the waiting list.
Have You Seen the
"Built In" Bungalow?
J. H. WEINREBE
If you only knew to
bacco you'dgeta pouch
of Real Gravely today.
Then you'd have a sat
isfying chew, a good
tasting chew. It lasts so
much longer that any
Absorbant Cotton, 1 oz. 10c
A(bsorbant Cotton, 2 oz. 20c
Absorbant Cotton, 4 oz.*35c
Absorbant Cotton, 8 oz. 45c
Absorbant Cotton, 16 oz.
Cresolis Co. Antiseptic, 4
Nasal Sprays—75c to $2.00
man can chew this class
of tobacco without extra
It goes further—that's
why you can get the good
taste of this class of tobac
co without extra cost.
10* apouch-swt/ worth
Trench Caves in on Children
Whale the children were playing
"trench" in the sand near the Catholic
at Westby, the sand caved in
burying little Leonard
A E O A O O A N I E A
Dow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dow.
Fortunately the screams of the chil
dren attracted the attention of Mrs.
Frank Golka, who rushed to
cue. No trace of the child was seen
Hot Water Bottle, 1 yr. guaran
Combination Hot Water Bottle and
Syringe, 1 year guarantee—$2.25
Hot Water Bottle, 2 year guar
Fountain Syrnige, 2 year guar
Other Bottles and Syringes to $3.50
'Ice Caps 75c to $1.25
Infant Syringes 25c, 50c, and 75c
Rubber Gloves 50c to $1.00
Rubber Sponges -25c to $1.50
Bath Sprays $1.00 to $3.50
All our Rubber Goods are guar
anteed to be Fresh and Perfect in
but she started digging and soon got
bold of his clothing and pulled mm
out. He was blue from suffocation,
but quickly revived in the fresh air.
Former Sawyer Lad Makes Nine Trips
Across the Ocean
Harold Green, son of Editor and
Mrs. D. R. Green, formerly of Saw
yer, N. D., recently visited his par
ents, now residents of Kalamazoo,
Mich. He is a member of a six-inch
gun crew and in the past summer
months, has made nine trips across the
ocean convoying troop ships. On
one of his trips, the gun crew of
which he is a member, sank a Ger
man submarine with a depth bomb.
Mr. Green's captain, composed the
following lines, shortly after the sink
ing of tiie sub:
"A quick alarm at breakof day,
A feather wake a mile away,
A fbining the eye of foe
The tell-tale a "auto" below.
A tripe-aimed cun, a sudden ila&
A screaming shell, a sudden splash
Others follow fist until
The wake is gone and all is still.
Aboard the transport perfect calm,
No frenzied rush in wild alarm
Troopers trust with confidence
Navy gunners quick defense,
Marking carefully each shot
Fast destroyers to the spot,
Depth-bomb-thunder settling boil,
Wreckage and a patch of oil.
—Lieut. C. G. Halphine,
THE DAIRY COW
Man's Foster Mother
Builder of Life,
I nourish the rich—the poor—•
Kings and Gamins, all,
I succor the famished,
Strengthen the victims of war,
With my yield.
Worshipped for centuries,
Beloved of nations,
There is no substitute for me
In palace, or in hovel,
All babies need me,
All parents bless me,
All mankind has me,
I am the substance of Life,
Of Energy and Growth
"I am the Foster-Mother of Man—
I Am The Dairy Cow.
J-jiiwrence B. Mattheisen, former
Fargo real estate dealer, deserter,
auto thief, con man and jail breaker,
was sentenced to serve five years in
the state penitentiary at Bismarck
by Judge C. M. Cooley in district
court at Grand Forks Wednesday. He
will be taken to Bismarck today or
i'riday. Mattheisen pleaded guilty
to charges of automobile stealing,
fraud in the sale of a candy store and
jail breaking. He still' faces the
charge of desertion when the military
authorities want him.
George Texel of Ross is Dead.
George Texel of Ross ,who was in
the first vocational training camp
at the Agricultural college at Fargo,
died at Camp Funston of pneumonia.
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Texel, residing near Ross.
Max Kemper Now an Aviator.
Max Kemper, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. W. Kempei', has completed his
radio course at Harvard university,
and is now in the aviation service at
Pensacola, Fla. Mr. Kemper has
made splendid strides in his radio
The Spanish influenza has reached
this place with 25 cases at this writ
ing. The most serious one is Louis
Aderson, the implement dealer. G.
Repp, the depot agent and fairnlv. are
all ill with the epidemic. Thydepot
has been closed for the past week.
Frank Void, manager of the Farm
ers' elevartor, is also ill and the eleva
tor has been closed.
P. J'. Kringden lost a valuable
horse, caused by eating too much
wheat from a bin.
George Peterson has moved his
stock and machinery to the Ole Ben
son farm, formerly occupied by C. N.
If you want STYLE and
raal class In shots, plus
comfort and long wearing
quality buy our
These are rare to please yoa
because they ire fofldf shoes,
pble oi the newest lasts froas
selected cuts of high graie
We have just received another ship
ment of Gray Kid Shoes high cat,
both Military and Pickford heels, at
Gulso as a stock ranch.
Mrs. Henry Leiffert will depart for
Bainsville, Mont., to make her home
with her daughter for the winter. J.
L. Thompson will winter her horses
George Bemis purchased all of the
black and white cattle from E. N.
Berg. Mr. Bemis has a fine range
with plenty of feed.
Our school has been closed on ac
count of the. prevailing epidemic.
P. J. Lee has received a car load of
lignite coal afnd is busy, hauling it out
to the farm. Mr. Lee had a splendid
crop, his flax made 10 bushels and his
Mr. Eli Spencer, a veteran of the
Civil war and at the age of 77, is jani
tor of the new school house.
Ole Anderson, brother of Louis, the
implement dealer, is at the office in
the interest of the cash end of the
Dr. G. R. Ringo of Minot made a
professional call here Sunday even
Disinfect with Kreso Dis
infectant. You can buy
this in small or large quan
tities from 25c to $2.75.
We have a supply of Sul
phur Candles, Formaldehyde
Torches and Formaldehyde.
Rexall Cold Tablets 25c
Bromo Quinine 30c
Weeks Break Up a Cold_25c
Rexall Grippe Tablets 25c
Rexall Cherry Bark Cough
Rexall Baby Cough 25c
We are now showing Serpentine Crepe Kimonas at $4.00, $4.50 and $6.00
OLEOMARGARINE and TORCO, two of the best butter substitutes
on the market.
HONEY, fresh from Wisconsin, white clover, none better.
LIBERTY SYRUP, delicious on your cakes, fully equal to the best
quality maple syrup, at $1.35 per gallon can
We still have a few PEARS for canning.
APPLES, several varieties and at prices that are right.
SWEET POTATOES. PREPARED LUDEFISK.
FRESH CREAM DAILY
ECONOMY DEPARTMENT STORE
EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR
PHONES 272 and 273
Minot, N. Dak.
WHY you should increase your insurance.
Not because owners are carrying less protection on their property
than formerly but most everybody is under-insured because values
have tremendously increased.
Better have us reduce your risk by additional insurance in strong,
reliable old line Companies.
LANDS CITY PROPERTY LOANS
THE MINOT UNDERWRITERS' CO.
New Khr Block PHONE IS2
Be prepared with good
Antiseptic and prevent con
tagion when sickness pre
vails or an accident
Let us supply yon wMfe a
Cresol Compound can be
found in every physician's
outfit and you should havs a
bottle at home. Get it of
us for 25c.
Leland Drug Store
LiM IM F. P. Tljfllf, Mp. Mint, 1.1.
THE SHOES THAT SATISFY