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Chicken Pot Pie
By Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, Editor oj
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
Some folks think that only "colored
mammies" can cook chicken, but atrial
of this famous chicken pot pie disproves
that assertion. Every member of the
family will thoroughly enjoy it.
IC Chicken Pol Pie. Baked Damplintfi
One fowl cut in joints cup Jlour\
j£ teaspoonfulsalt\ black pcpper\ 2 cups
flour\ 3 level teaspoonfuls Baking
Powder teaspoonful salt cup
shortening milk or cream.
Cover the fowl with boiling water and
let simmer until tender, then remove to a
baking, dish. Mix the cup flour, salt
and black pepper with cold water to a
smooth paste and use to thicken the
broth. Remove the fat from the top of
the broth if necessary before adding the
thickening. Pour this gravy over the
fowl, until it is nearly covered, and re
serve the rest to serve apart. Sift to
gether the flour, baking powder and salt,
three times into this work the shorten
ing and use cream or milk to make a
dough, less stiff than for biscuits. Put
this by spoonfuls over the fowl in the
dish, which it should rest upon and
completely cover. Let bake about 35
When youngr, tender chickens are scarce, this
fresents a most satisfactory way of serving old
owls. Veal or lamb prepared in this manner is
more appetizing than when served as a stew.
Try this and the 89 other delicious recipes in
the Cook's Book, a copy of which may be
secured free by sending the colored certificate
^packed in the 25-cent can of Baking Pow
der to the Jaquks Mfg. Co., Chicago.
If your meals don't tempt you
•r what little you do eat seems
to fill you, or lies like a stone
in your stomach, or if you
have heartburn, that is a sign
••4 inerc will be no sour rising*, no
belching of undigested food mixed with
acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, full
aau or heavy feeling in the Stomach.
No Nausea, Headachc*, Dizzinew or In
testinal Griping. There will be no bad
btcath nor coated tongue. Constipation
and excess of bile arerelicvcd. Siomachou
purifies the blood and makes rich, red
Mood, giving you healthy color and red
•keeks. It is a mild ana safe invigortnlfor
delicate frrr.r.'cs, an rxc- 'frr.l ap?c!:ief
and strengthener for ail digestive organs.
a banalen preparation and c*u b« dim
am with g~ effect
If your driest does not sell it, sand
f*c for a stno'! bottle. Express paid fcj
ut. Dollar size contains four Imm aa
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Mr. Anton Sandquist transacted
business in Des iLacs Monday
Little Garland Baldook was a
pleasant visitor at the Stevick school
Mrs. M. F. Boucher and son John
were Des Lacs visitors Wednesday.
The Misses Ada anil Grace Wil
liams and Francis Bowman Fred
(Shaffer, Lloyd Cook and Richard
Williams spent Sunday at the home
of W. E. Stevick.
Mrs. Geo. Halligan and Miss
Tina visited at the home of Beit
Stevick Saturday evening
Mrs. M. F. Boucher and Mabev
Ouslok visited at John Pettit'.s' Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stevick and
Mayme Farris visited at Geo. liai
John Wolf was transacting busi
ness in Des Lacs, Saturday.
Rev. Driver of Des La™ held ser
I vices in the Stevick school house
Sunday. He preached an excellent
sermon which was enjoyed by all
Berl and W. E. Stevick were Des
Lacs visitors Saturday.
Carver Boujcher and John War
zeha left Monday for Plaza. They
will spend the week looking- over
the reservation, with a view of tak
ing a claim in the near future.
Evelyn Cassady visited at Bouch
Stanley Motzeha was Des Lacs
Marion Sandquist visited at Jake
Evelyn C4s.ss.dy visited home folks
Mrs. .Toe Rutten visited with Mrs.
W. Frederick Sunday.
Frank Sandquist and Ben Newby
visited at Anton Sandquists' (Sunday
Mrs. N. J. Demaree visited at 1.
N. Stevioks' Monday.
Joe Rutten the veterinary, made
his weekly visit to Plaza Monday.
Mrs. John Casady and Miss Ocla
visited at the Boucher home Monday
The community was saddened
Tuesday, July 9, when word was
received that Mr. Edward Ericktson
had died at the Minot hospital. Mr.
Eriekson has teen 111 about three
months and two weeiks prior to his
death was taken to the hospital.
Brights' disease was the direct cause
of his death and all that doctors and
loving care could do could not stay
the grim messenger.
By his kind, friendly manner and
Christian manhood he made many
friends and we feel that a brother
has been taken. Thru his intense
suffering he always had a smile and
a word of cheer for his loved ones
and assured them that God's will
was right and best-
Had Mr*. Ericksom Ttvjed imfcU
Sunday, July 14, he would nave been
forty years ol3. He leaves a wife
and six small children to mourn his
early death. The deepest sympathy
Is extended to his sorrowing family.
The beautiful flowers given by the
Sunday school, Aid, Farmers' club
and friends bespoke the sympathy
felt and the high respect In which
the deceased was held. Rev. Lund
preached the funeral aermon and
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"Sometime we will Understand" was
sung by Nels Underdahl and Mrs.
S. R. Herzog. He was laid to rest,
in Rose Hill Cemetery, "Nearer My
God to Thee" being sung by the
Rev. W. J. Large conducted &er
vices in the school house Sunday,
IMrs. L. £2. Marysin and children
of Minot are visiting at the home or
Mr. and Mrs. Moore.
H. J. Herzog is on the grand
Thorwald Mostad was a Drady vis-1
Lightning struck the house of John
Wiokey last week but fortunately no
damage was done.
Miss Jo and Hattie Underdahl re
turned from Valley City, where they
were attending summer school, on
account of the death of their fcrotHi
er in-law, Mr. Eriekson.
Mrs. Benson, a sister of Mr. Er
tokson. returned to her home in Min
The annual Sunday school ptcnl'
of the Lone Tree district will be
held on Martin Jacobson's ranch,
Saturday, July 20. Mr. and Mrs.
T. Larson and son returoeu from
LATTER DAY SAINTS
REUNION AT LOGAN
Sunday nlglit the Latter Day Saints
closled a weeks reunion or camp
meeting in the grove near Logan.
Though there were some rainy days
the meeting was a success. There
were over one hundred campers, ana
(he people of the vicinity turned out
well. The order of meetings was(
prayer meeting 9 A. M., preaching
10:45 A. QI., and 8:30 P. M.. each
evening was devoted to institute or
anxilliary work, which was conducted
manily by Mrs. Altha Dean of In
dependence, Mo. Sunday school field
worker. The speakers were Elders
J. E. Wildermuth of Fargo, Wm.
Sparling of Minot, Jaa. C. Page ol
Independence, Olo., J. S. Wageaen
of Ban try, N. D. Joshua Carlile, of
Underwood, la., J. W. Wight, of
Lamoni, la., and other men of the
state. A numlber were added to the
church by boptism, the ceremony be
ing performed in the Mouse river.
To a visitor in the camp the peo
ple looked intelligent and prosperous,
their meeting^ conducted about the
same as other churches. One of the
first things they will ask the strang
er among them is if he understands
that they ore not in ony way con
nected with the Mormons of Utah
They use the same Bible as other
Christians! do amdj the) Ministers
quote many passages from it in sup
port of the position they ta"ke. They
voted to held their next year's re
union in Fargo. A vote of thanks
was extended by the members of the
reunion to the press of Minot for
courteous treatment and favorable
notice, also to all that in any way
assisted to make the meetings a
LOGAN MAN INVENTS
C. W. Humphrey* ot Logan, oas
secured a patent on a harrow at
tachment to a binder and it is like
ly that he will make a good thing
out of it. It consists of eight sharp
knives made of hardened steel, fas
tened to a bar about 30 inches long,
which is hung from the frame of the
plow and forced into the ground liy
a spring. The knives are bent to the
left, dispensing with the side draft.
He is now negotioting with a firm t»
manufacture the attahment and ex
pets to get a royalty on the sale of
the new machine. Mr. Humphreys
has been using one of the attach
ments himself this season with sue
AROUND THE STATE
Ryder haa a minister named Circle
—who hews to a straight line.
The ladapend|Ntt Inadvertently
felled to mention the marriage of
F. L. Sanders and lira. Rachel Wor
rell, which ooeurred afe the bride's
home la lffnot, Rev. T. A. Oliea
officiating Hr. Bwdere la ooanty
commissioner from the "Gooeeneck
and la eondtoed on* of the abloat
men on the board. He owns a valu
able farm near Kenmare. Ml*. San
ders has resided la Ward oouaty far
the past eight yeare. Both have a
host of frlenda who extead heat
tvfany of the state papers are en-,
larging to handle the increase in,
/business brot about by the rosyj
crap conditions. Many of the editors
have "hung on by their eye brows"
during the past two years, but will
prosper more than ever from now.
The Dogden News will enlarge to
a six column paper beginning this
Many of the press boys will get
their papers out a trifle early this
week, so that they may attend the
press meeting at Minot.
Editor McDounough of Grano will
appear at the press convention with
a Mexican panama hat. Now if the
bother would have just retained that
beautiful bunch of "alfalfa," he might
have won the bttue ribbon In the
parade. As it is, "Kernel" Brewer,
Ed Richter or Ben Whitehead will
probably tie for the first honors in
the beauty contest.
The Plaza Pioneer thinks Minot
enjoyed a safe and a sane Fourth.
Not one of the Indians from JT?wn
near Plaza went on the war path
The Plaza Pioneer is preparing to
support the Republican ticket from
Taft down, perhaps^—or if not will
the editor kindly tell us where he
iMrs. Edw. Ray of Surrey is doc
toring with a local specialist for
tonsilitis, and may have her tonsils
Some of the editors have been
urging their subscribers to pay up
so they may attend the mid-summer
meeting at Minot. Advices from Bu
ford' say that "Old Rill" Mumby ha?
so no to ha a ii a
satisfactory price- and he'll surely
V.e on band.
A Lansford man. whose wife has
been away on a prolonged visit, lured
her home by installing a power wash
A Minot man has made a wager
with his better half. The good wom
an lilkes chicken and her "lord and
master" has hung. up a ten dollar
bill which he will give her if she
succeeds in eating one spring fry a
day for, thirty days. She'll not win.
The McLean county Independent
has a hunch that "Kernel" Brewer Is
trying to break into the matrimonial
Mrs. Muus Hvstad, who resided
south of Granville, died on the morn
ing of the Fourth after a short ill
ness from brain fever. She leaves
a husband and six children.
An alarm bell will be installed at
the Granville main street crossing.
A Sons of Norway local with ?,7
charter members was organized at
During a dance at Wm. Stewart's
at Granviillei someone stole Ave
geese from the poultry house and a
reward of $5 is offered for the de
tection of the culprit.
A couple of Granville sports WMed
130 gophers in a day with shot guns.
Summer school attendance large.
Chas. Penn raised 800 quarts! of
fine strawberries oh just an eighth
of an acre at his farm north of V!
va. The fruit is of good size and
fine flavor. Owing to the unusual
heavy rains the picking was inter
erred with and many of them rotted
on the vinee.
Miss Mary ESton, a former Minot
milliner, was struck in the eye by a
ball at a ball game on circus day.
Her glasses were broken, but fortu
nately, the ee was not badly injur
Bantry has new band stand. The
editor of the Advoc&te admits that he
helped build it and that It resembles
A drive over the country reveals
the fact that a large number of large
and substantial new hqtaaeaj and
barns are being constructed. Give us
a good crop or two and we'll see. the
prairie dotted with bieautiful new
Tom Lennon, a Buford druggist
will head one of the Crow theatrical
companies the eonndng season.
Ed Patterson of Rlamanck haa
caused the arrest of F. E. Packard
and L. B. Opdyfee, publisher* of the
Blamarck Times, for criminal lliet.
Patterson was a candidate for treae*
uijar of BuiJMgh OD^ty and the
Times said aome things rather «a
complimentaiy coaeeniing him, al
leging that he was a grafter.
The (Mohall school board aHl ad
vertise for tide to ibufld a 915,000
school building In Mohall. The dis
trict will hare to be hooded. Hazfcr
ft Gillespie, the Fargo architects
will draw the plana.
gU'H' I.) II.i) APHWJ .IWH'I JII
Dealers in Grain
Feed and Seed
Billy Bennett's show has been
picking up the loose change in the
northern part of the state,. The best
part of Billy's performance is hia
The strawberry crop in North Da
kota is now ripe. It is an exceadinjj
ly large crop this year, the berries
being as fine as any that the famous
Hood River country ever produced.
Gooseberries, currants and other
email fruits) yieldtedi remarkably
well. Many apiple trees are loaded.
North Dakotans can grow their own
fruits if they only try.
A. C. Hess, the WflOrose banker,
was married to Miss Vera Dietz
of Alexandria, Minn., at Kenmare-
John W. Hoff, a Ra farmer in the
prime of life, died from a complica
tion of diseases.
Pay's Grain Palace Festival will
be celebrated July 26 and 27. A bar
becue will be one of the features.
"Bill" Witter of Ray who has the
•contract to cultivate several miles
of treess along the G. N. right of
way, lost a coraple of good mules In
a smash up of the car in which he
A'as shipping them.
"Old Bill" Holbein of the Laasfor 1
Journal announces that during the
month of July the Journal will not
be up to its usual standard. "Bill"
has worked hard and faithfully and
deserves a rest. He is loading up
for the Minot convention.
Peter Dailey. alias ..Tames S'mith.
locked himself in the toilet room of
an east bound Soo train and killed
himself with a P.8 calibre revolver.
The remains were buried in the
potter's field at Bottineau. Dailey
killed a man at Hunter 23 years ago,
for whioh crime he served 3 ye&rs<
Tim Daisy of Eckman, who recently
served time for plgiging, Is a rela
Editor Hadkett devoted a page to
the Democratic convention at Bal
timore in his newsy Bottineau Cou
The Grano Tribune said Bryan
was defeated for president in 1600.
The old boy has been in the lime
light a good many years, but oot
quite so long ago.
The Hoosiers of the state have
organized and BenWhitehead of Bis
marck is president of the Indiana
organization. Ben is a blue-blooded
Hoosier and a princely looking gen
tleman who will preside in a digni
fied, not to say "right smart" man
Six hundred pounds of clothing
sent to Benedict parties by Charitable
parties in Fargo, fell into the bauds
of those who didn't need them at
all, but it is being worn Just the
A staKe driver for the Campbell
Bros, circus snatched a pocfet book
from Miss Lydia Leonhardy and es
caped from the tent. The pocketbook
was grabbed from beneath the seats.
The culprit was arrested and lodged
in the Williston jail to await trial.
Halvor L, Halvorsoi
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