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The above illustration
shows. the "Monarch"
Range equipped with the
pouch feed on the left side
and reservoir on the op
posite side. This style has
the cabinet base, however,
you prefer, you can have
it with the leg base—with
or without pouch feed or
25 DIFFERENT STYLES
TO SELECT FROM
Northern Produce Co.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7th.
1—No girl over twelve years old may
2—Only one nomination blank to be
placed to the credit of each con
3—Every voting coupon must be cer
tified by one of our sales force.
BUILT LIKE A LOCOMOTIVE
It is riveted together with rivets,
all driven cold by hand. All
pieces are made to fit perfectly.
Rivet holes are punched by dies
with heavy hydraulic presses,
making all rivet holes true, so
that the strain is equal and will
not be affected by expansion or
contraction. It really makes the
body of this stove all one piece.
The "Monarch" Range requires
no stove blacking. The entire top
is first polished to high finish
and then treated by an exclus
ive Micro Process. This process
prevents rusting and gives the
top of the stove a uniform blue
black color, which is an exclus
ive feature found on "Monarch"
McCoy Furniture Co.
227-231 So. Main St.
MINOT, N. DAK.
TODAY'S "PRICE FOR
License No. G10109
.,w- ..u .s 3-
County Chairman of United War
Work Appoints Committees in the
Various Districts for Campaign
Which Starts Nov. 1.
John J. Coyle, chairman of the
United War Work campaign for Ward
county, which begins Nov. 11, an
nounces the following county commit
tees in charge of their various dis
Diat. 1—Minot, M. F. Mulroy.
Dist. 2—Harrison, B. B. Mouck, F.
Linhu, Jr., Ed Kelley.
Dit. 3—Evergreen, E. C. Halliday,
F. G. Kilbourne, J. R. Steele
Dist. 4—Nedrose, P. Halbeck, C. H.
Walhowe, Vac Barta.
Dist. 7—Burlington, Einar Madsen,
E. B. Wallace, Miss J. B. Foster.
Dist. 10—Logan, Wm. Hecker, Danl.
Mahoney, Theo. E. Elarth
Dist. 1(5—Sawyer, E. D. Skinner,
Mrs. J. F. Tofflemier,' D. B. Welty.
Dist. 19—Eureka, Adam Esser,
Chas Scribner, O. K. Spires.
Dist. 21—Mayland, J. A. Aarseth,
E, O. Rostad, O. Scarsbo.
Dist. 24—Carbondale, J.C.McVeety,
Clara Mclntire, Elsie Skeel.
Dist. 26—St. Marys, J. E. Hooke,
Wm. Bock, C. J. Brennan.
Dist. 28—Kenmare, J. E. Showers,
Mrs. G. V. Clark, Mrs. D. Clark.
Dist. 30—P. C. Nelson, W. A. John
son, 0. T. Hanson, C. E. Christiansen,
Dist. 33—Elmdale, A. E. Newman,
W. J. Eyans, Wm. Kirchner.
Dist. 34—Baden, Carl T. Larson.
Dist. 35—Sauk Prairie, E. A. Don
nelly, C. Lorb, b. Gorman.
Dist. 36— McKinley, S. G. Tittle, C.
C. Jones, E. S. Weed.
Dist. 38—Des Lacs, D. E. Berry,
Mrs. J. W. Frisbie.
Dist. 41 Surrey, W. L. Schuttle
worth, F. M, Brey, D. T. Dierdorff.
Dist. 154-81, W. L. Hougham, J. J.
Brand, D. F. Yoder.
Dist. 46—Spencer, Albert Stark,
Wm. Westlake, Elmer Buck.
Dist. 53, Carl Berke, J. Lakoduck,
F. H. Volbrecht.
Dist. 54—Berthold, J. W. Calnan,
Mrs. F. J. Hillis, Chas. Stevenson.
Dist. 58—Tatman, G. L. Bonnell, R.
C. Blume, C. T. Matson.
Dist. (54—Willis, H. Putney, S.
M. Reed, G. G. Reilley.
Dist. 67—Waterford, H. J. Yuly,
Bert Powell, J. F. Bailey.
Dist. 70—Freedom, P. I. Thingstad
F. J. Trumble, C. M. Christiansen.
Dist 73—Ree, J. Olson, Julius Hop
pe, Herman Schwede.
Dist. 79—R. L. Corbett, Mrs. I. N.
Johnson, Mike Kazema.
Dist. 80—Carpio, Iver Canton, Mrs.
O. Herem, J. J. Skaug.
Dist. 85-—Ryder, Just Malnaa, Hans
Miller, Miss Campbell.
Dist. 90—Greenbush, R. R. Bullis,
J. H. Lynch, F. D. Burkee.
Dist. 94—Hiddenwood, P. R. John
ingsmeier, H. Janes.
Dist. 95—Cameron, C. L. Odegard,
Mrs. S. E. Dahl, J. Donohue.
Dist. 102—Taming, D. W. King,
Hans Nybakken, 0. M. Peterson.
Dist. 105—Mandan, W. L. Fisher,
A1 Limbaugh, John Hennessey.
Dist. 106—Vang, H. H. Hussey, P.
Underdahl, The*. P. Mork.
Dist. 109—Passport, Mrs. E. F.
Birdsell, Wm. Wixer, Ole O. Rood.
Dist. Ill—Lund, J. F. Spalla, J. A.
Lundeen, John Shea.
Dist. 120—Anna, C. J. Tish, .J.
Larson, H. W. Nelson.
Dist. 122—Greeley, Mrs. F. W.
Bishop, J. A. Johnson, Wm. Winkel
Dist. 123—Spring Lake, W. W.|
Haner, O. N. Cleven, Carl Johnson.
Dist. 12—Afton, A. S. Johnson,
J. Lee, Irv. Gurnsey.
Dist. 128—Burt, Thos. R. Drady,
Larsen, H. J. Herzog
Dist. 129—Rolling Green, W.
10 Beautiful Dolls to be Given Away
Absolutely Free at the Rexall Store
These Dolls Retail from 50c to $8.00
We are going to give them away to the ten little girls receiving the largest number
of votes between Thanksgiving Day and 6 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, December
24th. The awards will be made Chri&mas morning, lO o'clock.
For each penny spent with our ^tore during that time, each customer is going to be
allowed a vote. Ask all your friends to save the voting coupons for you or else put
them in the Ballot Box in our &ore.
4—No contestant shall solicit votes or
patronage while in the store.
5—No coupons may be deposited in
the Ballot Box before Thanksgiv
ing Day, or»after 6 o'clock P.M.
Cmd« in my time after November 11th and aee the beautiful dolls and a«k any
questions you with about the contest, because we are glad to have you do so.
Remember you get a vote with every cent you spend in our store
LELAND DRUG STORE
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
Dist. 156—Carpio, Paul Paulson, E.
A. Kjontvedt, Mrs. O. Herem.
McKAlG WANTS $50,000
Brings Damage Suit Against Gooding
in Idaho Campaign.
enson. state, for $50,000 on a charge of libel 1 ^.Martin
Dist. 144—Maryland, E. P. Camp-! growing out of the use by Gooding of thp^v ntinn
bell, C. A. Weed, A. C. Larsen. a story which appeared in the %1
Dist. 149—Hilton, C. C. Hill, Knute marck Tribune at the time of the con
Spoklie, John Bober. viction of Kate Richards OUare in ™w
Dist. 150—Linton, Henry Hansen,, United States district court here. +u..
6—No coupons will be given except
at actual time, of sale. Do not ask
for them at any other time.
7—Any coupon showing traces of any
change in denomination will be
destroyed without being counted.
v? u'vir »v( ,i
R. E. BARRON, President
H. E. BYORUM, Cashier
R. E. BARRON
ARCHIE D. McCANNEL
H. E. BYORUM
E. A. Brown, M. Holvick.
Dist. 153—Orlien, J. A. Salsness,
Harvey Hoff, E. V. Nelson.
Dist. 154—W. Edwards, J. Mcls
aacs, C. M. Barton.
Dist. 155—Foxholm, F. W. Lam
bert, J. O'Leary, A. A. Larson.
Are You a Failure?
JAMES J. HILL
the great Empire builder of the
Northwest, has said that
The man who cannot save
money is beaten at the start"
and cannot hope to be a success
A Bank Account has a compelling effect upon everyone.
It gives confidence and inspiration.
JAMES JOHNSON, Chairman
Second National Bank
of Minot, North Dakota
The Two-Million-Dollar Bank
Bismarck, N. D., Oct. 31. Ray Mc- gets up each morning at 5:30 and is
Kaig, one-time North Dakota minis-1 soon, ready for the 15 mile hike which
D.! ter, later Morton county stockman, jjg must take every day. He will go
Williams, Lou Rubelke, Ben Johnson. and head of the North Dakota Grange,| thru process for two months
Dist. 130—Tolgen, Mrs. J. R. Os- and for the last ten months state, wn 0 js certain to be in the best
born, J. H. Gains, Chas. R. Dickenson, manager for the Nonpartisan league' phySica] condition.
Dist. 131—Rice Lake, O. O. Ness,in Idaho, is suing F. R. Gooding, for- !_
.J. Young, Olof Anderson mer federal fuel administrator for Vernon lamh^nn in Aviation
Dist. 138— Ryder City, E. M. Lo- Idaho and now Republici-.n candidate Vernon CoWn .2 wl
men, Margaret Campbell, B. A. Dick-, for United States senator from th .t
Sugar Station Clears $391.94.
The Minot Sugar Station which has
been running six weeks, has made a
splendid record. J!rs. Fred Dale and
Mrs. Walter Mitchell, who are in
charge of the station, have donated
their services for the Red Cross, and
after paying the necessary expenses,
the station has cleared $391.94, which
will be turned over to the Red Cross.
Capt. McCannel Walks 15 Miles a Day
Word has been received from Capt.
Archie D. McCannel, who is now in
training at Fort Riley. The Captain
Martfn Jacobson left We'difes
explots has won the title of "Dare
Devil Jacobson." Another brother,
Alton, is in the officers' training
camp at Waco, Tex. Vernon is anx
ious for the war to last a little longer,
so he can £e in on the finish.
I "Daddy" Wilson Anxious to See Son
Ward Wilson, who is fighting in
France with the engineers, writes Mi
not friends that he is having an in
teresting time. Ward is anxious to
get back to see the new boy, bom since
his departure for France.
Union National's Service Flag Ha«
The Union National Bank has a7 ser
vice flag of which any institution
might well be proud. It contains the
names of eight men formerly con
inected with the bank, including the
president of the institution, Major E.
S. Person, who is with the field ar
tillery at Fort Sill, Okla. The oth
ers whose names appear on the flag
are Lieut. A. E. Whitney, who is in
France, Bert Balerud, H. C. Halley,
.J. Brown, Alton Jacobson, and Art
Rolfness, who are either in France or
preparing to go there soon.
Holbein Will Attend National
Secretary Holbein of the Associa
tion of Commerce will attend the an
nual convention of the secretaries of
the national commercial organizations
at Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 18-20. Re
construction work after the war will
be taken up mainly at this meeting.
Lieut. Bob Mitten Prisoner in
The Independent received a dispatch
from the Saskatoon, Sask. Star, stat
ing that information had just been re
ceived that Lieut. Robert C. Mitten,
of the Royal Flying Squadron, who
had been missing since Sept. 26, is a
prisoner in a German military prison.
Lieut. Mitten was formerly a resident
of Minot, where he was night clerk
at the Leland hotel.
F. W. ROACH, Vice President
W. E. TOOLEY, Assistant Cashier
M. NELLIE McKENNA
F. W. ROACH
A. A. ROBINSON
Rainy Season Begins.
North Dakota's rainy season opened
about six o'clock Tuesday morning
when an unusually heavy shower fell.
The rain was accompanied by some
sharp lightning, quite unusual for
this time of the year. A rain just
at this time of the year. A rain just
snow, for the ground has been in a
very dry condition. Those who sowed
winter rye are wondering just what
effect the fall's drought will have on
G. J. Coughlin, C. A. Sherman
General Manager .Attorney
National Land & Adjust
Real Estate & Collections
First International Bank
Second National B&nk
I Fast Sue Accounts of Merchant* I
and Professional Ken I
No. 18 1st International Bank Bldg.
PHONE 259 MINOT. N. D.
You know' how many es
capes you have in running
down people stopping in front
of your car, "joy walking", etc.
—why not protect yourself
against damage suits by carry
and Life Insurance
This insurance is really a
necessity—one accident will
cause more worry and expense
than the premium on ten such
The cost is really reason
able—see us about it.
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