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--How to Prepare O.9490
Ing ofd Lentills.
Yright, 19, by the Donatbr, N. Y-.)
Lemon Sauce.a-(ic Whe ed for
boed fowls: Pep and beed a large
lenmon and cut -in small slices. Chop
fowl's liver, which has been boiled,
very hne; ad it to the leion, with
half aPint of melted butter. Serve In
a sauceboat. (2) When used for-Ash:
Put a quarter of a pound oC butter in
A Saucepan; add .the juice of a large
lemon, with pepper 8nd salt o taste.
-As It heats, beat it constantly so that
It may become thick and hot without
boiing. When cooked .suMijentiy, Me
move and add the beaten yolks of two
-ggs. (8) A sweet lemon sauce for
puddings: Boil a pint ot water and
a coffee-cupful of granulated sugar to
gether for five minutes; then add
three heaping teaspoonulM of corn
stardh that halve previously been
mixed with cold water. ' inally, add
both the grated rind and th' juice of
a large lemon and a tabidspoonful of
butter. Cook until the butter has
melted; then serve.
Lemon Butter Sauce.-Put two table
spoonfuls of powdered sugar and half
that quantity of corn-starch in a sauce
pan; grate the rind of one lemon over
-the top; then add half a pint of boil
ing water, the juice of the lemon and
a piece of butter about the size of a
hickory nut. When these ingredliints
have blended thoroughly, add, little by
little, the beaten yolk of two eggs,
being careful to stir the mixture con
stantly during the minute or two that
It must remain over the fire. Other
wise the eggs will be certain to curdle.
Lentil Sauce.-Soak the lentils in
cold water about six hours. Drain
them and put them in a saucepan with
some bones of ham, or a quarter of a
pound of salt pork; oever with water,
and season with bayleaf, thyme, pars
ley, a chopped carrot and tw'o onjons
in which some cloves have previously
- been thrust. When cooted sufficiently
remove the pork and discard the herbs
and onions, but mash the carrot
through a colander wfth the liquid. If
too thick, add the necessary quantity
of good broth to thin; season with
pepper, salt and butter, and, when the
butter has melted, serve.
Cold Potatoes SOdfoped.
Cut cold boiled or baked potatoes
Into dice until you have a large cup
ful. Have ready an equally large cup
ful of rich drawn butter, into which
you have beaten the yolks of two eggs
and a heaping tablespoonful of fnely
Put a layer of potato dice in the bot
tom of a buttered dish-; pepper and
salt to taste. some think it is Im
proved by a few drops of onion juice.
Cover with the sauce and go on in
'this order until the materials are used
.up.- Sprinkle One cracker crumbs and
grate chesse on top; stick bits of but
teo' In this crust, -salt ~ and pepper.
- Bake, covered, for half an bour, then
- Yellow Tomato Presrves,
. Allow a pound of sugar to each
pound of toniatbes and a half cap of
water to each pound of fruit. Cover
the tomatoes witfa boiling water, then
inkim. Make a syrup .of the sugar,
apd .when boiling skini and add the
tomatoes. Have ready a sliced lemn
- in thMt h'as been 'cooked in boiling
- - wat~r and. j littl4 sliced ginger. Add
to the tomnatoes'.''k until the to
mstoes are clear,' reinove; rack in
- --jars, cook the syrtp untR iedk, pour
over and seal.
- ak.Stuffed Petatoes.
- - Bake six''good sed potatoes, nd
- when dond rembve' from the oven,
cut a slie from the top of each and
carefully remove the inside. Mash
- this thoroughly and add two table.
-.spoonfuls of butter, three tablespoon
tp)s ,of .hot milk, and salt and pepper
to taste. Last, add the '*ites of two
eggs well beaten. With this mixture
reiHl the skins, place in a hot oven,
and bake for five minutes.
Takea mayonnaise or Airmly whipped
-sweet cream, thicken with powdered
or ,chopped nut meats-wants, pe
cans, almonds, filberts or tbrasil nuts
are nice-or a mixture of several
varieties is good. The addition of
raisins to the mixture Is an improve
zueht in flavor. Made with tea bis
cuit or finger rolls they are very nice
'.and. require no butter.
Mutton Feet a la Creole.
Clean the feet well, but leave them
whole. They can be bought already
boiled. Fry in hot lard, omlons and a
spoonful of flour. When browned add
tomatoes and a can of sweet peppefa.
When done put in the feet and add
mushrooms, the seasoning bouquet,
Ad salt and pepper to taste.
T1 ffect QR
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The queen of Norway's favorite
poet is "Owen Meredith," the late
James J. Hill is said to never lock
h14 offiee desk, and allows none of his
immediate employes to lock theirs.
Senator Redfield Proctor, ofl Ver
mont, is one of the largest holders in
municipal real estate in the country.
The German kaise'r has founded,
out of his private trepsury, a manufac
tory of majolica ware on his estate
Mme. Patti is said to prefer to sing
to a small circle of friends at her own
home rather than to a large public
Col. William Temple is one of the
four survivors of the 15 who gained
their Victoria crosses in New Zealand.
in the war of 1864.
Victor Emmanuel's collection of the
coins of his own country amounts to
more than 50,000 specimens, with a
catalogue of nearly 35,000 slips.
The knighthood of Lieut. Col. Fred
erick Louis Nathan establishes a re
markable record, for this is the third
brother of one Jewish household who
has earned knighthood in the public
service of England.
Col. Hugh L. Scott, superintendent
of West Point, has been most success
ful in capturing savage chiefs, both in
this country and in the Philippines.
He owes part-of his piowess to his re
markable understanding of the sign
language as used by-the North Ameri
THEY SAY THAT
A woman's first impression is based
upon a standard she cannot explain.
Few men believe they get all i4
this world to which they are entitled.
Most men are vain in some direc
tion and they think no one knows it.
Many women have a way about
them that is exasperating to the aver
The woman who feels sure of her
ability usually makes' the least dis
play of ft.
Man's wishes mainly center upon
having money enough to keep him
When a man makes an effort to be
wholly unconventional he becomes
A woman nags away quietly until
she manages to bring othere to' her
way of thinking. --
Men are most liberal in the matter
et giving advice they would find diffi
cdit .of Carryjng out.
Wceem o false hair and put on
rouge under\ the impression the de
ceit will not be noticed..
SITS OF INFORMATION.
The 1.ead i cheap pencils is some
times made of coke. -~
The tree frogs of South America
sing as musica"' as birds.
Sheep in time of famine eat the
wool from one another's backs.
Gamecocks sometimes take to catcfh
ing mice, which they devour greedily.
February, 1660, had no full moon.
Thbis phenomenon will not occur again
for 2,600,000 years.
The Scandinavian bride gives the
bridegroom a shirt that he wears only
at tlk wedding and in his co0in.
Mohammedan meals biegin with salt
and end with vinegar. The salt de
fends the believer from 70, diseases;
the vinegar assures him 'increased
Fox hunting is the most expensive
of all sports, the - naitenance of a
fine pack of hounds, with horse,,
huntsmen -and whippers-in, costing
$7,000 a .week.
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FOR THE- DESSER1
FINISHING TO1UdMEG TO END T144
Garman Apple CAe Can Always Pe
counted On-Dlrections for Serv
Ing ,Junket-Making Pies
German apple -cakV makes a good,
dessert now. Without any sprinkling
of currants It-is quite- as attractve.
Serve best.for cianamon bun. Use
either cream or hard sauce with It, or
none at all. Cream cheese accords
junket may not -be turned out in
shape. It must'-be set In cups In which
it Is to be served, or else helped from.
one large dish with a spoon. It Is
nice plain, or with cream. If desired
more elaborate,'then makeit In indi
vidual cups of pretty glass or china,'
and at the last place a little mound of
whipped cream upon each, surmount
ed by a cherry or piece of jelly of a
Junket with ginger bread makes a
good home dessert. Those who like
nutmeg-and it Is recommended for
some Invalids-use frieshly grated nut
meg on it.
Sour cream may be used for pies
-Just sour cream, not thick clabber,
is meant. The clove used for spicing
It Makes it unlike cheesecake pie.
For a cupful of the emr cream allow
the beaten yolks of four eggs, a cupful
of sugar and on -Cupful of chopped
seeded raisins and a half teaspoonful!
of ground cloves. Cook this like a
custard over water until thickened.
Have a freshly lower shell of crust
bake t h receive it.b ad make a mer
ingue from the whites of four eggs
and a little sugar. Brown In the oven
very lightly as usual. Instead of try.
ing to see how smooth the meringue
can be made,leave it tossed into hill
ocks, or drawn around in swirling
lines, more or less parallel with the
crust edge. This crust'should be in
dented and rather high, to support
the rilling and Meringue.
Pumpkin Fruit Basket.
Cut a good sized Pumpkin in the
form of a basket, with a handle. Re
move the contents and line with white
issue paper. Fill with yellow fruits
--oranges, apples, bananas and
fuery lverhtly aside.al Tead ofg try
nof ehow arorbo the meinu
uced by math ae it) tosse th hll.
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lies more oruess paale withmpkhe
crustsed. BTyhape cusat hole in-1
detoer and rateta higrom sup-r
thenfillingrdsu m erune. . it
Cuthagoo kized pumpkina the toh,
Dfote ofour bost withhne. otRe
moveena the tettodm.n Pwach whie
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cpeof aing nether walterf nr egg,'
faor'ing to tuate. oilun t sear
and wot untls iTur i o butno
as frodinasr fude . it av th
the tray with, $040
4ry It thorougsly. O a i
s~d .with' it rub die b
Then inse in warm water
polish with a wash-leather. iq.sAIg
treatment is right for brass bowlsn
other ornaments which are no s
popular with .artistic folk.
Chop. two large onions Into U,1e
pjeces and soak one-half cup b
rumbs in one-half cup milk. Mi*
two and beat well, 'then stir In t
Volk of an egg, beaten very light, and
the whites of two eggs beaten to a
stift troth. Put this mixture into .a
Ieep 41sh, grate cheese over the top,
And bake for twenty minutes.
Uses for Rod.
In mixing a cake a pinch of SOda
when baking powder 1s used, Im
proves the texture of cake. A pinch
of soda added before the upper crust
's2placed on berry pies wiU p14111t
hem from running over.
FOR ALMOND COFFEE BREAD.
Ingredients Should Always Be Pue.
pared Over Night.
To one quarrt sifted wheat flour add
a tablespoonful salt and sift again.
Heat a cup and a half of milk or
part milk and part water to the boil
ing point; add a tablespoonful butter
and take at once from the fire. Cool
to lukewarm, dissolving the butter
meantime by stirring, then add to the
flou.r mixture. Dissolve half a com
pressed yeast cake in a little water,
add; beat all very hard and place
where it will keep warm and rise
over night. In the morning blend a
beaten egg with the dough and roll
the mixture into pieces the size of a
finger and the length of the width of
buttered biscuit tin. Place the rolls
close- together, so as to make almost
like a sheet. Let thi dough rise to
almost double its original thickness,
then spread the top thickly with but
ter; sprinkle with granulated sugar,
and on the sugar put a thick layer of
blanched and chopped almonds. Bake
in a moderate oven about half an
hour. A few raisins and currants
or chopned nuts may be added to the
bread dougi'i-w the egg is put in,
if desired. When this bread is baked
and eaten warm the sheet readily
breaks. apart, which is better than
having to cut it.
TO CLEAN SEWING MACHINES.
Care Bestowed on instrument Will
Be Amply Repaid.
Sewing is not half as hard as some
people find It it the sewing machine
Is kept In good running order. When
the sewing machine works hard and
heavily take the needle and shuttle
out and give every joint and bearing
a generous bath of gasoline. Of course
there should not be a lighted lamp
or Sre of aumy kind in the room. Turn
the wheels briskly for a few moments
to enaile the gasoline to penetrate
every part and to loosen and wash
away the old oil and grimae. Then cleani
it all away. When all the grime a&
oil has been removed, oil with-'proper
lubriestag oil, running the machine
for two' or three -minutes before. -Is.
serting the needle. 1Now, with a piece
of chamois skin, wipe :away. all 'ude4
Muotis oil. It is .a pleasure sto ys~
amachine treatedi Inthsh
The State of South Carolina,
In pursuatee tof a decretal oalder made
in the following named esse anudon fie
in the Clerk's 'cfMde, I will sell to the
highest bidder -during the legal hours
formsal. at 4pickens, Qourt House,; S C..
on sale dayIn Sebtember, theitoliowing
described' tehl.esta$vppn ermxs herein
Letcher Qantt, et a!, Defendants.
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
in the State and Connt aforesaid' in
Liberty Townshir, containing fift (00)
acres more or less, kdjoining lad of
W. C. O'Dell on the -no i, J. rk
Crane ori the east, M. A. ~gs on the
south, and J~)hn- -Bughese. on the west,
being the land conveyed to Letcber
Gant by R. Lenhardt on the 80th day
of August, 1902. -
Tprins: Cash on day of sale; terms
must be complied with in one hour
after sale-or the prenises will be resold
on same day at the risk of the forner
purchaser. P'urchaser to pay for all
papers and recor-ding same.
Clerk of dourt.
Go.od farm, one mile of 'Clemnson Col.
lege, 8. C., 46 acre s, good one-horse crop
plenty of timber, splendid landgo
pasture, 5- room house, out-bui'ldlngs,
good well of water
IApply to W. W, T. Ialley, Calhoun, .C
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burn out, r
those who ka W
Write him. at Greii
he will see- youu
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Liberty, S. C
Has a mighty niceline of go0104d.s
for your mspection. Theqpal
ity and prices of the goods-'a're.
such as . to move them'wh
our customers see them.
just to see whetheryoit
byor not. we make' fewr
ofers that are inducement.
$2.50 grade Men's -Fineat
for $2.00 a pair.
$1.50 grade.Men's Fin &
for $1.25 a pair.
J- Mens-Hats at Cos
Belly oQaod $2 hat f or $L'
25 per on Shoes
$1 Unon~ae 11l for we
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