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Vlarko Bade, Shoemaker, Is now,
located in the J. G. Brown build
ing on Lacour street. Harness mend
ing promptly done.
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Dr. G. V. Richards,, dentist, of
Salt Lake has arrived in the city'
and . has opened an office in the
Cream of Chicken
Manhattan and Fruit
Lamb Fricasee, with Cmn Peas
Roast Chicken, with Fremch Dressing
Green Corn on Cob
ALL FOR CO CENTS
Geo. E. Bent, general manager of
the Day-Bristol company has re
turned from a trip to Salt Lake.
H. L. Parker, superintendent of
tho Prince Con., has returned froft
a business trip to Salt Lake.
E. Kahn has returned from Calif
ornia. He visited San Diego and oth
er places of Interest on the coast
while away. At San Diego he ran
across, George Page, a former Ploche
resident who is engaged in business
iore and irospering.
Henry Lee was up form Panaca on
Thursday and accompanied by M. L.
Lee. went to the Valley Viey dry
farm In Lake vallye.
Frank Wa'ker, county surveyor is
In Clover valley on professional bus
Clness this week.
ICE CREAM FOR SUNDAY
Cake and Bread, at MartelloV Lower
Main Street. Also fresh fruit, vege
tables and melons. Advt.
Lloyd Home Quarantined
Miss Miriam Lloyd was taken ill
last Suday with what has been pro
nounced diptherla. The Lloyd home
was pronounced diptherla. Miss Lloyd
is reported to be very much Improved
and no tew cases have yet developed.
Ml If at lilt
Al Clean Q'net Rooms
'rv At Moderate Rates i
!&l!r I M :fiiiH Prop. )
New Library of Law i
District Attorney W. E. Orr has In
stalled one of the best law libraries
to ho found anywhere in souther Ne
vada, at uis office in the county court
New Deputy Sheriff
On Thursday evening of this week,
a eon wus born to Sheriff and Mrs.
Dan J, Konnow. Mother and child io-
ing well. So is "Grandpa" Price.
Desd Filled For Record
A deid has been filed for record In
the office of the county recorder
in which Henry Lee conveys to D.
J. Konnow, the residence property on
Lacour street now occupied by the
latter and family.
Chas. Culverwell expects to go to
W. II. PUts, Maurice and Henry
Bowling went cut on a hunting trip
Ikey McAleer has returned from
Salt Lake and la now employed on
I be Prince Con. railroad.
i7 z"2 c:::ldzn
trj. xiucate on frail
rtidaber Scott's Emulsion
! i-hirw'a rnr?r crnwinsf-
food; it strengthens their bones,
rr.rl;r healthy blood and pro
rccirs tt&dy growth.
Scott Si Bowee, Bloom neul, if. J. 15-7
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T. C. PECK, J. H. MANDERFIEL,
General Passenger Agent Assistant General Passenger Agent
For cherry shortcake nutke a soft
dough by mixing together two cupfuU
of dour sifted with h hetiplng teHpoou
ful of bilking powder, a teiispoouful of
suit and half h cupful of shortening,
tvhlih niuy be half each of butter and
laid or bacon fat. Add two tibltkspoon
fuls of sugar and mix with a well
jeaten egg. Add euough milk to make
;lie dough of the right consistency,
(toll out in two layers and bake in the
janie pan with flecks of butter be
tween. When baked the two layers will sep
arate easily. The cherry filling 'should
be in readiness to spread between the
shortcake and on top. Large ripe
cherries are pitted nniLcrushed slightly
in a bowl with sugar. Taste the juice
to tell if It Is sweet enough. Prepare
the cherries some time ahead and you
will find. them much nicer. Serve with
or wfthout whipped cre'iui.
Combination of fruit flavors will
often bring about cooling and delicious
results. Peaches' and plums combiue
perfectly and frozen In u sugar sirup
yield a most delightful sweet Boil
one Quart of water with 47110 pound of
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uKir uiiLii uit) ioiui a ncii sirup.
thou strain and stand aside until cold.
Pare twelve fine ripe peaches and
chop flue with a silver knife. Scald
one pint of plums, remove the skins
anil the stones, mash the pulp and add
to the peaches. Crack the pits to re
more the kernels, blanch and pound.
Add the fruit and the mashed kernels
to the sirup. Let It stand for thirty
minutes and theu freeze.
Blaokberry Jam Cake.
Rub to a cream hnlf a cupful of but
ter and then gradually add one cupful
of sugar, the beaten yolks of three
eggs and the whites of two. reserving
the third white for frosting. Take half
a cupful of thin cream or milk, a level
teuspoouful each of cinnamon, allspice
and two scant cupfuls of flour, and
last of oil stir In one cupful of black
berry Jam or preserves. Bake in mod
erately hot oven for about three-quarters
of an hour. This makes a nice
pudding if eaten as soon as baked and
a currant jelly or lemon sauce la serv
ed with it
Gold and Silver Omelet
Have ready as many eggs ns there
are eople to be served. Separate rhe
yolks from the whites and !ent each
thoroughly, then add to each a dash of
salt nud pepper or paprika and a little
milk. Tour both egg mixtures s mul
tniieoitsly luto the pan. letting the
white omelet cover one-h:ilf of the bot
tom and the gold omelet the other half.
Cook them gently until firm through
out taking care that they do not burn.
Then fold the white or silver one over
on to the other and serve immediately.
Half a pint of cream, one table
ppoonful of grated lemon rind, four
eggs, half a ound of sugar, half a
gill of wine, one tablespoonfnl of lem
on juice nnd a pinch of salt Mix the
yolks of the eggs, lemon Juice, lemon
rind, sugar and salt. Stir over a slow
Are until thick. Cool. Add the whites
of eggs, well beaten, and the cream.
beaten until stiff. Add the wine, fill
the mixture into paper cases, pack in
a pall and pack the pail in ice and
salt for four hours.
Angeles Avalon San Diego
LONG Lin ITS
THREE GOOD TRAINS DAILY
I THE PRICE HOUSE
! The reliablo place to stoD whlk
fou are la Ploche. Meals served in
THE PRICE HOUSE
IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL Dis
trict Court of the State of Nevada,
in and fcr t!ie c.unty of Lincoln.
In the matter of the estate of
James Mauran Rhodes, Jr, deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, on the first day of May,
A. D., 1913, was duly appointed exe
cutrix of the lust will and testament
of James Mauran Rhodes, Jr., do-
ceased, said last will and testament
havlag on said day, been first duly
admitted to probate; and that on the
18th day of July. A. D., 1913, the
aid undersigned duly qualified In
said court as such executrix of said
last will and testament.
All creditors having iclaims against
aid deceased are required to file
the same with the proper vouchers
and statutory affidavits attached
with he clerk of said court within 3
months of the date of the first publi
cation of this notice.
Dited July 18th, A. D., 1913.
ELLA B. RHODES,
Executrix of the Last Will and Test
anient of James Mauran Rhodes,
Date of first pub. July 19; last Aug
Acme of Persistency.
Willis "They say hi3 persistency is
wonderful." Gillia "It is. Whenever
he starts to keep a score-card at a
ball game he continues it clear
through the game.
Burnt Almond lee Cream.
Blanch and chop half a pint ot
almonds. Cook four tahlepoonfuls of
sugar to the onrnmel: add the chopped
almonds. When cold ikhukI to a kw
der. Put one pint of milk Into n sauce
pan with half a pound of sugar nnd
the yolks of four eggs. Stir over a
slow fire until It coats the spoon:
then strain and cool. Add one pint of
whipped cream, a pinch of salt, one
tenspoonfiil of almond extract and the
pounded almonds. Freeze.
Pour half a tupful of boiling water
over four tnbledpoonfuls of grape Jelly
and stir until dissolved. Add the same
quantity of told water, one tablespoon
ful of sugar nnd n little lemon Juice.
Place i) lump of ice In a glass pitcher
and pour the liquid over. Any kind of
Jelly will answer if the grape is not at
hand. If currant Jelly Is used then
less lemon Juice will be required, cur
rants being rather tart
Cucnmber nnd green epper miuced
fine and seasoned with mayonnaise
make ns tasty a hot weather sandwich
ns it Is easy to find, if the sandwiches
are not to he used nt once the juice
should be squeezed from the vegetables
nfter they are minced, for otherwise
the bread will become water soaked.
For Afternoon Tea. j
To vary the afternoon Iced tea drop'
n sprig or two of fresh mint into the 1
tH)t with the dry tea and turn the boll-'
ing water over it. A bit of the crisp. !
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ncii uiiui in roivu Kinss ivuna reireao
Ing on a hot afternoon-
New Wrinkle For Potato 8alad.
Instead of onion, try mixing the po
tato salad with cucumbers cut in small
pieces. Onions may be .used, too, bat
unless the quantity U small the flavor
of the potato nnd cucumber bUpd will
To the heirs of J. W. Black, de
ceased: You and each ot you are hereby
notified that I have expanded, during
the year 1912, Two Hundred dollars
worth cf labor and Improvements up
on the following described Lode mln
lng claims, situated in the Bristol
mining district in the county of Lin
coin, and state ot Nevada, namely:
The Woodbutchcr lode mining claim
located by Frank Rynears.n, March
17. 1907, recorded in book "L" naee
157 and the Woodbutcher No. 1 . V"?
mining claim located by J. W. Black.
recorded in book "U". nasre 416. of
the Mining records of Lincoln county,
state of Nevada.
lu order to I.tld said claims, under
the provisions, of section 2324 of the
Revised Statutes of the United States
and the amendment thereto approved
January 22, 1880, concerning the
amount required to hold said mining
claims for the p?rlod ending Decern
ber 31, 1912, and if, within ninety
days after publication hereof, you fai
or refuse to contribute your nropor
tlon of tuch expenditures as co-owner
which amounts to one-fourth of the
amount expended on the Woodbutche
mining claim and one-half the amoun
expended on the Woodhut.ohr Nr 1
mining claim, together with the costs
of advertising, your interest in sal
claims will becomo toe property of
the subscriber, your co-owner, whr
has made the said required expend!
ture by term of said soction.
ELLEN C. DAIR
Ploohe, Nevada, May 28th, 1913
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION SER
ial No. 04205. Department of The
Interior, U. S. Land Office at Car
son City, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that Christ
ian August Koyen, of Alamo. Nevada,
who, on September 7, 1909, made
deesrt land application. No 04205. for
tthe N. E. S. W. of section 5.
township 7 south, range 61 east, Mt.
Diablo meridian, hag filed notice of
intention to make final proof, to
establish claim to the land above des
cribed, before the clerk of Lincoln
county, at Ploche, Nevada, on the 7th
day of August, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Robert Jamea Pate, Alamo, Nevada;
Robert Foremaster, Alamo, Nevada:
Isaac Hlgby, Alamo, Nevada; Henry
Sharp, Alamo, Nevada,
LOUIS J. COHN,
Date of 1st pub. July 5.
Last, Aug. 2, 1913. ,
f per cent loans on farms, orchard
lands, city, resident or business oroD-
ertr to buy, build. Improve, extend or
refund mortgages or other securities.
Terms reasonable. Special prlvilages.
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Colo., or Henry Building, Seattle.
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