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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, August 01, 1915, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3',
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War Surgeon Dressed to Prevent Infection.
This is a British physician in the
Acid ready for work. The Brltih
have learned as did the Germans
long ago that extreme care must bc
taken to prevent infection of wounds.
So careful are the surgeons that tho
rubber gloves are used only once.
Thc nurses do not touch them in
handing -theni to the surgeons, but
usc a pair of tongs, sterilized.
The mortality of wounded men In
the Franco-Prussian war was about
75 per cent. In this OD thc side ot
the Allies it has not been one-tenth
Recipes for Various Dainties
Written tot The- Intelligencer by Miss J. C. (.'arlington.
In Charge off ornato ead ( anning Club Work
fa Anderson County.
For those wishing a sauce not too
sweet, the following recipe is excell
ent : Scald and ipeel 24 ripe tomatoes,
chop these up with two Ted peppers,
two large green peppers and two
large onions. -Put into an enamel
saucepan and add four cups of vine
gar, qne and half cup of brown sugar,
two tablespoonfuls each of sauce,
allspice, clives, cinamon, ground gin
ger and ground nutmeg. Bring to a
boil, stirring frequently to prevent
scorching, and boll until it begins to
thicken. This should take one hour.
Put the sauce in hot Jars aird seal.
Chop one peclc of green tomatoes
and eight large onions, add one cup of
salt, mix well and let stand 'over
night. In the morning-drain thor
oughly and add two quarts of water
nnd one quart of vinegar. Boll twen
tw minutes and drain through a
sieve. Put the vegetables in an ena
mel kettle and add two quarts of vine
gar, one pound of sugar, one half
pound of white mustard seed, two
level tablespoonfuls of ground black
pepper, ground cinamon, one level
tablespoonful ground ginger, all spice
cloves and one-half taspoonful
ground cayenne pepper. Boll all to
gether for 15 minutes, stirring often
to;prevent scorching. Put in Jars and
seal while hot.
Select nice red beets and boll until
ten'Jer, skin and cut length wise into
strips. Piafe those in a glass Jar and
to' two quarts of vinegar add four
pounds of -brown sugar, and one half
The finest -assortment of La
ValUeres^ever shown in Anderson
on sale Monday; August 2nd-at
teaspoonful powdered alumn. Let
this boil. After skinning, add ono
teaspoonful of cloves, allspice mus
tard, all ung rou nd and tied in a bag.
Boil again adkilng a little cayenne and
salt. Pour over the beets: Next day
drain off t'he syrup, bring to a boll,
pour over the beets again, and seal.
One half envelope Knox gelatin,
one pint of grape Juice, one pint of
water,, two lemons, one orange ana
one cup* of BUgar. Soak gelatin in
cup of cold water Ave minutes. Boil
sugar and water to a syrup and add
gelatin. When partly cooled add the
juice of tho lemon and orange and
grape juice. Freeze. This is excel
lent to servo with meat course.
One envelope of Knox gelatin, one
half cup of cold water, one half cup
of mild vinegar, one pint of bolling
water, on0 teaspoonful of salt, one
cut of finely shredded cabbage, juice
of one lemon and one half cup of
sugar, two cups of celery cut in to
small pieces, two large red peppers
cut finely. Soak the gelatin in cold
water five minutes. Add vinegar,
lomon Juice, bolling water, sugar and
salt. Strain and whet) beginning to
set, add remaining ingredients. Turn
pto a mold and chill. Serve on let
tuce leaves with mayonnaise or serve
in caaos mado of red or green pep
pers, or the mixture may be shaped
in molds lined with pimentos. This
ls delicious served with cold sliced
chicken, or veal.
HEAVY HIS FELL
HEBE LAST MIGHT
Thought to Be General Over
Courtly-1 .fgtiHifaig Rather
Each one absolutely guaranteed.
Positively only one rn a customer.
Walter 5. Reese
See Our Show Window* <
Last night about 10 o'clock rain be
gan falling in tho city and for over an
hour fell heavily to the satisfaction of
the people generally.
Clouds bogan gath-ring late yes
terday afternoon and'-before long the
entire sky waa shadowed. From their
appearance lt ls very probable that
the rain was general over the county.
Conductors on the last Interurban car
last night. stated that tho rain was
heavy .between here and Belton.
The lightning was rather severn
last night and several telephones
were put out of connoctl??. At var
ious times tho lights in tho city went
off causing much Inconvenience.
Otherwise no damage bad been re
The rain came sifter a drought of
about 4 weeks abd was badly needed.
Visitors in the city yesterday stated
that tho crops were beginning to
narch up for/Che want ot water.
1N1LKLST IN SOUVENIR
SPOONS IS GROWING
Is Being Taken Advantage of By
Many People Over County
65 Cents Sufficient.
Yesterday the souvenor spoons for
Florida, North and South Carolina
came in by express, and now we are
prepared to supply the spoons for the
following states: North and South
Carolina, Georgia, Delaware, Florida
Notwithstanding the extreme heat
tho interest in these Oneida-Commu
nity souvenir spoons, which we are
selling at thc ridiculous price of fif
teen cents each is still maintained.
Almost every day, somo one drops in
and buys one or more spoons, saying
they arc tarting a sot of these ouve
Thc subscription offer which the
Intelligencer lias lately pul on, in
which they offer a set of six of these
beautiful Souvenir spoons free with
a threo montis subscription, provided
th0 subscriber pays ?5 cents down and
agrees to pay the balance of ono dol
lar and twenty cents ut the rate of
ten cent? a week until the entire ?dol
lar and eighty (ive cents is paid; how
ever the spoons' are delivered to res
ponsible citizens of Anderson on the
payment of the first sixty five cents.
This is an extremely attractive and
liberal offer, and lt has been taken
advantage of by quite a good many
new subscribers already. This offer
is only good for new subscribers.
J. C. Brown to overhauler in spin
ning for the Granby plant, Columbia.
E. D. Adams, promoted to overseer
of carding at the Springstein Mills,
John Thompson, from Honea Path,
to overseer of spinning in the Issa
quecna Mill at Central.
Walton Tweed has accepted a po
sition with the Pacolet Manufac
turing company, Trough.
J. W. Thomas of the Spartan Mills,
Spartanburg, has accepted the posi
tion of overseer of carding at the
Norris Cotton Mills, Cateechee.
W. W. Foster has resigned as
overseer of drawing-in at the Greer
Mill to become designer at thc Dray
ton Cotton Mills.
T. J. Digby, Jr., of Newberry has
entered upon his duties as overseer
of weaving at Social Circle, Ga.
J. Lt. Phillips of Laurens, has ac
cepted a position in No. 2 weave
room of the Dan Uiver Mills, Danville,
John Hollman has resigned a?
loom fixer at the Saxon Mills. Spar
tanburg, and moved to Fairmont.
A. L. /(Janey has resigned as de
signer at the Drayton Mills to be
come general . assistant in weave
room at the Wylie Mills. Chester.
J. L. Marchant, a recent textile
graduate of Clemson College, has ac
cepted the position of overseer of
dqqp7ing-in at the Greer Mfg. Co.
Evansville, Ind.-"I never use lov
powders, I simply win them. Men
are easy, to get." So says Mrs. Polly
Anne Weed Strodes, seventy years
old, who is seeking a divorce from
her thirteenth husband. Harrison
Strodes, 82 years old. Mrs. Strodes
Bay? as soon a she gets her divorce
she will wed her fourteenth husband.
President of Electric
Company on to Chicago
ra. D. JL?*?jrr.
President H. B. Thayer of the
Wesern HM oct ri o Company, ' hundreds
it whose employees and their families
ont ttieir lives In the Eastlsnd wreck
it Chicago, was at his home ir New
Canara, Conn., when ho heard ot the
iccideut. He took a train for Chi
?go at once. The Eastland was one
>t the. five steamers tbst were to
rarry /thu employees *OB their annual
excursion on Lake Michigan.
A SET OF SIX
Oneida - Community Souvenir Spoons
PAY SIXTY-FIVE CENTS
And Get Spoons
To the first 287 responsible and reputable citizens of Anderson who sub
scribe for the Daily Intelligencer for THREE MONTHS, pay 65 cents, and
agree to pay ten cents each week for twelve weeks we will deliver this hand
some set of Six Souvenir Spoons FREE.
This offer is LIMITED to TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY SEVEN New Sub
scribers. First come-first served. When quota is finished no more
Spoons on this proposition^
Owing to our inability to collect from weekly subscribers by mail we
would have to have the money in advance from all out of town p?trons.
Anderson, S. C.