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P. X. EUbley, m P. Office Hours: V a. M. to 12 M. I P. M. to4 P. M. 7 P. M. to 8 P. M. TELEPHONE No. 47 Wibaux, . . Montana Dr. 0. R. Niece, H> c n t i s t Permanently located on Second Floor, Bartley Block. All work Guaranteed. Uaacb, •Worth Dakota a. McDonald "The Dauber" Painting. Paoerhantring and Decorating That's my Hobby, Give me a trial WIBAUX, MONTANA Dr. W. H. Jackson .. Dentist .. Office: Over First Nat'l Bank Bld'g after September 10. WIBAUX - - - - MONTANA For Good Results Advertise in the The Wibaux Pioneer ■Will 1 , Eminent Actor and a Genius in his Grasp of Human Nature and Delineation of Character "I have never seen the Northern Pacific Dining Cars Equalled for Cuisine or Service. The 'Big Baked Potatoes' are all that are claimed for them." Another patron of our regular service said: "Some man inscribed a sermon on a dime. But he couldn't write all the good things I know of Northern Pacific Dining Service on the deck of the battleship Pennsylvania.'* fllThose "Great Big Baked Potatoes'* are being served daily on our sixty dining and cafe cars. We use pure bottled spring water for both cookin g and table serv ice. Products from our poultry and dairy farm and meats prepared in our own butcher shops, also. i When traveling use the Northern Pacific ' < and get this distinctive service. I B. D. McMasters, ] AGENT WIBAUX, MONT. A . AT. r CLELA ND, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, j ST. PA UL, MINN .' Northern Pacific Ry E a tM i m 16. Caines, flu. g>. Office hours from 9. to 12 a. m. 2 to 5:30 d. m. office 'phone 8 UUibaux, ■ ■ Iflontana LOUIE FONG First Class Restaurant and Short Order Chop House Regular Meals and Short Order Lunches at any hour of the day. Wibaux, - - Montana Edward F. Fisher, lawyer Practice in Dakota and Montana courts, also before U. S. Land Office. Complete Land Office records always on hand. Wibaux. - - Montana. (Lhc UUibaux pioneer Makers of Nifty Job Printing Bring in that job and let us show you how well we can make it look. UUibaux, * -Montana. Short Order Land First Publication (>.27-13. .Notice Foe Publication Coal Land Act (>-22.10. Serial No. 017226 Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at, Miles City, Montana, June, 25, 1913. Notice is hereby given that Clar ence B. Ash, of Wibaux Montana who on February ].\ 1913, made Homestead Entry No. 017226, for lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8E£ NWi Section 14. Township 16N, j Range 58E„ M.P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to estab lish claim to the laud above de scribed, before U. S. Commis sioner, W. E. Williamson, at Wi baux, Montana, on the (ith day of August, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: John Woods Sr., Lewis J. Web ber, John Woods Mr., and Ed. Beamer all of Wibaux, Montana. A. KIRCHER, Register. First Publication 6-27-13 Coal Land—Election tiled. Serial No. 014498 Notice for Publication Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana June 21, 1913. Notice is hereby given that Wal ter Johansen, of Wibaux Montana, who, on May, 2, 1912, made Homestead Entry, No. 014498, for Eh SWi, Ei NWJ, SEi Section 28, Township 17 N, Range 60 E, M. P. Meridian,, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three War Proof, to estab lish claim to the laud above des cribed, before U. S. commissioner, W. E. Williamson, at Wibaux, Mbntana, on the 30th day of July, ! 1913. | Claimant names as witnesses: John Morgan, Nick Morgan. Huy Springer and Jim Hammond all of Wibaux, Montana. A. Kircher Register. First Publication 5 -. 10-13 Notice For Publication. Non coal Serial No. 017335 Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Of fice at Mile.-. City. Montana. May SO, 1913. Notice is hereby Riven that August babel, of Glendive, Montana, who on February at ]!>i:t, made Homestead Application Serial No, 017855, ! for SE)f, SK'; NKV KM SWJf. and Lot 4,' Section 18. Township IS N. Range 57 E. m. P. | meridian, has filed notice of intention to make j Final Three Year proof, to establish claim to j the land above described, before U. S. Corn mis- | sioner H. A. Sample, at Glendive. Montana, on the 7th day of July. 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Peter Cherry, John Kelly, Fred Young and Joe Deblar. all of Glendive. Montana. A, Kircher, Register NON-COAL SERIAL No, 014945 Notice for Publicslionsalsolated Tract Public La.nd Sale Department of the Interior l ? . S L. 1,.1 Office at Miles City,j Mont., May 20, 1913. Notice is hereby given that, as directed by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under provisions of act, of Congress appproved June 27, 1906 (34 Stats., 517), pursuant to the application of Jacob T. Hitshew, Serial No. 014945, we will offer at public sale to the highest bidder, but at not less than $2.50 per acre, at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 14th day of (uly, 1913. at this office, the fol lowing tract of land: SKi SE^ Sec. 24, Township 12 N., R. .'>7 E., M. P. Meridian. Any persons claiming adverse ly the above described land are advised to file their claims, or ob jections, on or before the time designated for sale. A. KIRCHER, Register First Publication 5-9-13. Notice for Publication Election filed Serial No. (I486*. Department of the interior. U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, May 7, 1913. Notice is hereby given that Fred L. Oberg, of Wibaux. Montana, who on June 10, 19(H), made Homestead Application Serial No, 04804 for Lots I, i. EM NW'„ NE'4 Section 18. Town ship )ti N. Range GO E, M. P. Veridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed. before W, E. Williamson. U. S. Com missioner, at Wibaux. Montana, on the l4th day of June, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Fred A. Bulman, John Ransom, Emil J, Morten son, George Oas all of Wibaux. Montana. A. KXBCHEB. Bafiatu. ed *No *No *No *No * f B Practical Baking Lessons FRITTERS AND DOUGHNUTS I am pleased to submit to you choice recipes for doughnuts and fritters. These few recipes I have selected from my large collection with a view of giving you the most practical, as well as the very best. If these meet with your favor, I am greatly pleased. j ! | German Doughnuts 4 cup3 flour H teaspoonful salt 1 cup milk l cup sugar 4 level teaspoonfuls K C Baking Powder Yu teaspoonful of mace or nutmeg 2 eggs or 1 egg and 2 additional yolks Sift together, three timeB, flour. K ■alt and spice. Beat the eggs very light, using the rotary egg beater, then gradually beat in the sugar, making a very light creamy mixture of the egg and sugar; beat in the milk and stir into the flour. Make soft dough, roll into a sheet, cut into rounds, pinch a hole in the center with the finger and fry in deep fat. Fat for frying should not be hot enough to brown the doughnut until it has risen. When the doughnut dropped into the fat it sinks to the bottom. As soon as it comes up it should be turned and turned a number of times while cooking. This recipe is excellent as they do not take the fat in frying and will stay moist for iays. Potato Doughnuts Will remain moist for days 3 )-$ cups flour )4 teaspoonful salt 2 eggs Yi tcaspoonful mace 1 cup sugar 1 cup cold mashed potato 4 level teaspoonfuls K C Baking Powder V\ cup milk, or more, if needed Sift three times, the flour, salt, spice and baking powder. Beat eggs with rotary beater, then still using rotary beater, grad uafly add sugar, their work InThe"mas'hed potato with a spoon and alternately add Doughnut fiOUr " lStUre * fry a3 German = Apple Fritters 1 cup sifted pastry flour Ye teaspoonful salt 1 egg, beaten light cup milk 1 level teaspoonful K C Baking Powder 1 level teaspoonful powdered sugar 2 apples, pared and cut in email pieces Sift together, three times, the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt. Add the milk to the beaten egg and stir in the dry ingredients. Then stir in the bits of apple. Drop batter into hot fat by spoonfuls and let fry until deli cately brown, and apple is tender. Drain on Boft paper. Serve with powdered sugar or •ame way. _ Jelly Sauce J 4 cup sugar Yt glass jelly 1 tablespoonful flour _ 1<4 cups cold water 1 tablespoonful lemon juice Mix all together and cook until smooth. Pineapple Fritters 1 cup flour 14 teaspoonful salt 1 e 86 >4 cup milk Yi cup chopped or grated pine apple 1 level teaspoonful K C Baking Powder 1 teaspoonful powdered sugar Mix as apple fritters and fry in deep fat ■erve with Pineapple Sauce. Copyright ISIS Jaques Ufa. Co. So many requests are being made Request C ° mp,ete series of lesson, i ? ou h J ve missed any of the lessons, ▼enient form for future use, or if you have fui, drop us a postal and a bound set will KC BAKING POWDER MFCS,, ARTHUR G. PARSONS. WIBAUX. MONTANA Cattle branded as shown in cut. Range o n Smith, and Cotton wood creeks. Horses brand ed on left thigh |3P* WOODBURN BROS. Trotters, No. Dak. Cattle brand ed as shown in cut, Range on Boise and spring creeks Horses branded on left side, thus. _ EAST BOUND *No 2 (N. C'st Lmtd) f 12:39 p. m. *No 4 (Twin City Ex.) |3:19 a. m. No 6 (Eastern Exp.) 7.10 p. m. No 8 (T, C. Express) 6.56 a. m. Local Ft. (Male Pass.) 8.20 a. m. WEST BOUND *No 1 (N. Coast Lmtd)f3.19 a. m. No 3 (N. Pacific Ex.) 4.58 p. m. *No 5 ( Western F.xp.) f2.39 a. m. No 7 (P, Coast Exp.) 9.04 p. m. * Don't Stop for Passengers, f Carry U. S. Mail Cars. B- D-McMASTERS: Local Agent salt yolks K C, light, gradually light beat Make a rounds, finger should doughnut is bottom. turned cooking. take for potato and rotary grad Pineapple Sauce Vu cup sugar I teaspoonful flour 1 tablespoonful lemon juice Look until smooth with pineapple liquid and water, using enough water added to pineapple liquid to make 1)4 cups. Cheese and Rice Fritters 1 cup boiled rice; grains distinct 2 tablespoonfuls milk or melted butter H cup grated cheese 1 egg, beaten light 1 level teaspoonful K C Baking Powder Yt, teaspoonful salt " * eve l tablespoonfuls pastry flour, blit together, three times, the flour, baking powder and salt. To the egg, the rice, butter or milk, cheese and lastly the flour mixture. Drop by spoonfuls butter melted in the blazer of a chafing dish (or frying pan). Let cook until delicate brown color, then turn to cook other side. Serve with While Sauce 2 tablespoonfuls rounded of butter 1 tablespoonful rounded of flour 1 Vi cups milk r> t . at i d Pepper to taste. Hub butter and flour together, add milk and cook until smooth. Helpful Hints ^ ^ be hofc enou gh add | ° ,)otore tIlG doughnuts and fritters German | iH ", und ( ' xpan<1 - Often soggy fritters | and tough doughnuts are made by having the fat too hot. salt baking the batter deli on or K C Baking Powder is especially adap ted for doughnuts as one cannot fry all at once, and with K C the food can be mixed and stand for hours before cooking. This is an advantage over the old fash ioned one-action baking powders, cream of tartar and soda or sour milk and soda. I urge every housekeeper to try a can S|«l K c The ea*, with j which it can be used is very gratifying. jOnc can mix any amount of batter and cook 5t needed. For instance a large water amount of biscuits can be mixed and cut salt fat out ready for the oven and baked as wanted through several hours. This due to the double action of K C, which also makes it impossible for cakes to fall. Purchase a can of I\ C and be convinced for yourself just what it will do. Follow the directions carefully and success is sure to follow. NOTICE made for lessons that have been mU.u.l lesson, durably bound and will send it See lessons, or would like to have them in have a friend to whom they mif?ht h«in, will be promptly mailed FREE ^ 16th and Canal Sta., Chicago. Ill I as in [ Find publication ('>-27-13 Coal Land—Act 6-22-U). Serial, 017198 Notice For Publication Department of the Interior U. 8. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, June, 25, 1913. Notice is hereby given that John Maier, of Wibaux, Montana, who, on February 16, 1913, made Homestead Entry, No, 017198, for Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, W4 SEJ. \V£ NE-i, Section 12, Township 15N, Range 58, E, M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof to es tablish claim to the land above described, before w. E. william don, U. 8. Commissioner, at Wibaux, Montana, on the 11 day of August 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: August Maier, Nick Maier, Jacob Haefner, and George A. Leather _ mon of Wibaux, Montana. A. KIRCHER, Register Madam, Read McCall's The Fashion Authority * McCALL'S ia a large, artutic, hand lomely illustrated lOO-page monthly Magazine that ia adding to the happi neat and efficiency of 1,100,000 women each month. Each issue is brimful of fashions, fancy work, interesting short stories, and scores of labor-saving anil money-saving ideas lor women. There are more than 60 of •he newo.sl designs of the celebrated ■McCall PATTERNS ill each issue. •McCALL PATTERN'S are famous for Mvle. lit. simplicity uud economy. Ouiy HI and 15 cents each. 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