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FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
Baked Orange Pudding.
One cup of sugar, a large tablespoon
ful of butter, two eggs and one and a
half cups of milk, two- cups of flour
and two. teaspoonfuls of baking pow
der; flavor with the grated rind of two
large oranges. Bake until a golden
brown In a brisk oven. Serve with the
following sauce: Four large tablespoon
fuls of sugar, two of butter and one of
flour. Cream these three Ingredients
together until perfectly smooth. Beat
the white of one egg to a froth and
add lt. Pour over the mixture half a
cup of boiling water, stirring the mix
ture until it is creamy and allowing
no lumps to form. Have prepared two
J arge oranges from which all the peel
..iud skin have been removed and chop
them in small pieces. Remove the
sauce from the fire and add these
oranges. Serve the pudding hot
-, Hand Lotion.
One-half pint of rainwater, two
ounces of cologne, two ounces of al
cohol, two ounces of glycerin, two
. .uncos of rosewater, one-eighth of
rin ounce of gum tragacanth. Dissolve
the gum tragacanth In the water, add
the other ingredients, bottle, shake
well; ready for use; elegant for the
hands in cold, weather or where you
have to use hard water.
* Peel, slice and cook until tender in
just enough water to covers let drip
and place lu a warm saucepan; mash
with three yolks and a little flour; roll
out ou a board sprinkled wlffe^flour
and divide into oblong cakes xnree
fourths by one-half by three Inches;
fry on both sides in butter to a golden
brown and serve as garnish for roasts.
To Banish Rats and Mice.
It is-claimed that rats or mice can
l?e compelled to vacate premises by
usia- a mixture of chloride of lime and
water at the places frequented by these
.-".ninials. Some of the mixture ought
to be poured into the holes. Rats have
a great aversion to the odor of chloride
of lime and betake themselves at once
as far as possible from it
_ Rinse Starch.
? A method of starching infants' fine
dresses and all dainty fabrics: First
- starch as usual, then open up the gar
~^ment well and dip down once Into
clear water. When dry slightly damp
en in warm water and roll up for a few
minutes. Garments starched in this
way Iron beautifully and are' ??: the
proper stiffness. . "
? An Adjustable Mirror.
In every household some member
finds fault with the position of the
mirror intended for general use. For
some the mirror is too high, for others
too low. Tjtafortunately all cannot be
pleased unless an adjustable mirror
similar tb the one shown in the accom
panying Illustration Is used. There is
a rack for to'wels, etc., a comb tray and
UXBBO& MOVES VP OB BOWN.
a mirror which can be're?bUlyj??Just
ed to any ^desired height -" Attached^H
the wallii the support wWci^ilWK the j
cross, arm", the, latter- carrying the mir
.aor/'etc. T^p-^ss arm slides on ai
- --t?<>^gi%j|ig|^sCi i tl iJ^^liiel& fpositton by
M * jra^itetvpi?lon. This ratchet pinion-;
-:" "is^^^ioeked against rotation, but only "
to an. extent sufficient to prevent aecl
*deiitar falling of the Tack from its ad
justed position! Thu? the'mirror can
be quickly rajtfej^er lo we redto iii e po
sition most suitable to themser.
* A French Steak. .
Place a thick sirloin steak in baking 1
. pan in which,*?- few bits of suet have
been browned. Sal? pepper it and
. add a few tiny bits of lemon and suet.
Cover with a thin layer of sliced on
ions and on this pour tomato catch
up. Bake about half an hour. The
onions should be brown, but the steak
tare. Experience will govern this.
Handy Stain Remover.
Spots can bc- removed from almost
any .delicate material by rubbing for
Ave minutes with a piece of soft flan
nel. The wool absorbs whatever has
made the spot and does not leave a
ring, as do cleansing fluids.
' A good mucilage can be made from
potato peelings. Put as many peelings
as dt.ilred in a kettle, cover with wa
ter^ bott an hour, strain, then add half
a teaspoonful of ajum. This will keep
indefinitely. * ??
Te Freshen Stale'Nute.
When nuts h?ve-become too .dry to !
be good remove the ahells, let stand
overnight in equal parts of 'water and
milk, then dry in the ov^n. They will
taste perfectly fresh.
Cure For Chilblain?.
Chop raw onions fine, make a poul?
tice and place nert to the feet or parts
affected at night.
See our line of men's sfiirts that
we sell for 50c worth Toe.
Dont make a milsake. If yon
want the b?sWSnachine buy a Singer
or Wheeler & Wilson. Sold for
cash or on. c.isy ternis.
THE GREATEST OF STATE FAIRS
EVERYONE WILL BE IN
COLUMBIA NOV. 1 TO 6
Big Events Planned-All Sorte o?
The forty-Brat finnan! state fair, to IK
?jeld In Columbia November 1 to 6. promises
lo he the liest In the history of the South
Ca roi I un Agricultural find Mechanical So
elety. Not only aro the premiums offered
urger than ever licfoVe. hut the officers ol
he organization have arranged a program
.bat will bring bnndreds of visitors from
near h.v states.
On Saturday, November ti. the feature oi
ibo closing day will bo the Visit of Presi
dent Tatt. He will make a? address at the
Fair Grounds to several thousand people am'
Afterward will be taken through the city and
shown the principal points of Interest.
The premium Hst issued some time ago
shows I bat a uuiuher of valuable prista are
offered for' the l?est display of farm prod
u?:ts. This was one of the features last
rear In which there was livoiy competition,
and farmers throughout the state are writ
ing Secretary Love for information as to
the conditions for entrance.
Another feature lust year was the bench
.show. There were so many entries In this
df*pn riment tluVt the society has decided
to increase the prizes and classes to be ad
mitted and n special spne(. has been set
aside for the dogs.
The rnclug. of course, will be np to the
high standard. Slitce the society has joined
the Vlrglnlu-Carolinns-Georgla racing cir
cuit, the horses sent South, are some of
the speediest in the country,: and au exam
ination ?f some of the records now being
made PU the Virginia tracks will show thai
i-ojaTsport is promised those who care for
.lie-events. President -Moldey will see that
'be racing is kept absolutely cleau.
A special committee ls at work on the
ed nen Munni department. It is planned to
have Tuesday sot aside for the, schools ansi
.olb.'ges. and with a view Jo encouraging
pride lu school and college work considera
ble space will be given' for the exhibits.
Silver and bronte medals nra nwanleWtiS
pHae?. ..l^f?rn.deiifs|giid pupils m usa ger"
their nrlmlsslorf carrig from "bbc office^ of
the respective institution* o?Vwee ic. rief*r>
the fair. . . * i'' U"i
Military day at thc fair a.bV pfianf^^fo
be largely' attended, jtft?fa ?k^\?ij&ot
fered. and thin l^es^nV'iM?i^afler ;?
conference with a nunflrer of offioers <A the
Hourn- Carolina rfUnr^ssjKjftiilon, active
.werk ls being done anioivg'tlte vnrlous.mem
bers'in order to insure * large .-itfen 'nnce.
Further announcement eoncerfilrig the condi
tions will !>o made luW.
Aside from the fair proper there will he
hundreds of nttractlons, including a largs
midwny, nnd tie, yhaln street of the city
will be lined with show?, under the control
of the officers, of " thu society. And
donH .frfrgot the Cal^R-denison football
same on ^Enra4lnyt'r?>f course al!, thc rail
roads wil?'sell specially reduced tickets for
nil visitors to the stnte fair. Thc attend
ance promises to be tba largest on reco ?'
Notice to Creditors.
VII_- i- -
Living Lights, of the Sea.
One o.f the marine curiosities fished
from the bottom of the Indian ocean
by a dredging vessel chartered by the
Calcutta So?ety ?f Natural History
j^as a^iammoth sea crab, which con
rtmuaiiy emitted a bright white light,
a^n|lar tp thati^seen in the spasmodic
"?tasbep of phosphorescent luminosity
klndled'W the common fireflies. The
oddity ^ras captured in daytime and
"placed tn a large tank, nothing pecul
iar except its immense size being no
ticeable In the. broad glare of the
?pical sun. At night, however, when
all waa in pitchy darkness, the crab
serprlsed the naturalists by lighting ;
up the tani so that all the other sea
creatures, great and small, occupying
the same tank could be plainly seen.
When the luminous crustacean was
prodded .'With a pole he emitted flashes
of light, which enabled the ex peri- J
menters to read small print, even j
though otherwise they were In total
He Waa Guilty.
The great Irish agitator, Danfei
O'Connell, was at one time defending
a man accused of murder at Clonmel.
The circumstantial evidence was so
strong against the prisoner that the
jury had already determined upon
their verdict of guilty, when the man
supposed to have been murdered was
brought Into court, alive and unknOt
The Jury were desired to return their I
verdict at once, and they did so, but lt |
was one of guilty.
"What!" exclaim ed the astonished
Jadge. "What does ?his mean? If
the man bas not been murdered how
can the prisoner be guilty?"
"Please, your honor," said the fore
man, "he's guilty. He stole my bay
mare three years ago."-Omaha World
The bitterness toward Innovation ls
just the same in an army as out of lt,
but- perhaps1 with more rea?On. A i^ew
thing cannot possibly be accented un
til ft bas proved itself better1-tfcaa that
which lt dhip1ae?ev The first cannons
wer? possibly rejected," and"? the Chris
tian Inventor took them to the Turk,
who osed them at the siege of Con
st?jt?tlnople. The first firearms were
bitterly opposed because they destroy
ed the soldierly bearing of the troops.
The British navy strenuously objected
& the - first large guns .because one
change wodild?cost aa much as one of
Nelson's broadsides. Ericsson's Mon
itor met with more opposition In
Washington than lt. did In Hampton
Roads. At the outbreak of the civil
war it is said thittf c?u~ress ordered
the adoption' of the "new weapon, over
?the objection of the chief of ordnance.
*j?bo kept n .specimen of the old one In
l^hJs office lo ?how visitors how good lt
'was.-Army und Navy Life.
O? SCC7K CA?OI^NA,
Court of Commori'Pleas.
Milton Parker, Adrrir. of Est?t
bf Horace Parker, dec'tf, et. al.,
Fred L. Parkei, et. al.,
Pursuant to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at public
wutcry to the highest bidder before
tba court house, town of Edgefield
and state of South Carolina, on
sajesday in November 1909, the same
being the 1st day of said month, be
tween the legal honrs of sale, the
following described realty to wit
Tract No. 1.
The home tract of land, contain
ing one hundred and fifteen and
three-quarter (lI5l) aires, more or
less, and bounded on xhe north by
lands of Milton Parker and* tract
No. 2 hereof, on the uouth by the
Blocker'road, on the east by the
Cambridge road, and on the west by
the lands of D. B. Hollingsworth.
Tract No; 3.
That tract of land containing
eighty-three and a hair? (83?) acres,
more or less, and bo?nded on the
north by tract No. 3, hereof, on the
south by the borne ttract, on the
east by the Cambridge road and on
the west by the lands or' D. B. Hoi
Tract No. 3. '
That tract of land containing
eighty and one half (80?) acres
more or less, and bounded on the
north by^ract No. 4, hereof, on the
south by tract No. 2, hereof, on the
east by the Cambridge road, and on
t??if west bv lands of D. 15. Hollings
3?' " Tract No. 4..
P^TjjjjTtraet of land, containing one
rhn#rJi'ed and eight and three quarter
6refef)acK8,more'or less, and bound
ed on the ?north by "the, Cheatham
place, on the the south by tract No.
?3, on the east by the,Cambridge
road, and on the west by lands of
D. Bv Hollingsworth. .
All that tract of land containing
si i ty ("30) acres but by the plat of a
recent survey Contains 85 3-26JtcreS
more or less, and known as the Podr?
House place, bounded on-the north*}
and east by the Poor Hduse proper^
ty On the" south bylands of the Poor
House and on the east by' lands of
.M. P. Wells and north by lands of
John S yann.
Terms of sale:- One Jjftjf oas!),
and the balanc? on cr?dit of one
year, with interest from the day of
sale. Purchaser to give bond and a
mortgage of the premises sold, to se
cure the payment of the credit por
tion, mortgage' to include ten pet
cent, for attorney's fees, if foreolos"
*A - -ll -i. ~*-?..
VU l LU JU klOVW AIAV?
I take this means of notifying
..ray friends and'.the pnbHc that I
keep a large supply of. fresh Cotton
Ifen Seed Meal and Hulls constantly
on hand and cajairflll their orders at
reasonable "prices. "Warehouse ni
site of old depot. Your patronage
solicited. \ \
A. M. TunmeriRar* Nfc
James A. Dobey,
DENI AL SURGE?N,
Johnston. S. C.
Office over News-Monitor Office.
Farm For Sale.
Desirable farm four miles from
town of Edgefield, known as the
Jaiaes Harrison place, containing
LatO awres.. Bounded by lands of Mrs.
Bite D. Butler. Will sell for %8
pei* , acre. Apply to Mrs. W. D.
Jennings, Crawford Ave;, Augusta,
D. T. CRICE,
|?. Edgefield, S. C.
Cleaning and Pressing
I respctfnlly notify the Edge
field public that I have moved my
dying, cleaning and pressing room
to the ground floor of the Corner
Store's annex, and solicit a contin
uance of your patronage. We guar-j
antee satisfaction on every piece of j
work we send out.
THE PLANTER'S LOAN
and SAVINGS BANK
PAYS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS,
L. C. H?YNE,
ICHAS. Cx HOWARD,
RESOURCES OVER $1,000,000
THE STORE WHERE
MEN WHO KNOW
Your clothes are an impor
tant factor in your affairs.
They present you to the
world as a Man of taste or as
a>. trifler with your appear
Our Clothes are styled
right, made right and fit right.
They are made to our Older
in the World's largest and
best Tailor.Shops by the best
No exclusive tailor could
make better clothes.
The best dressers know this
and sb we're right in s aying
Men Who Know, Come Here for
Suits $15, $20 to $30
Overcoats $15, $18 to $25.
If, you've never bought
Clothes here, Sir, come to see
what you have been missing.
You'll like our Serviee as
well ns you'll like Our Clo.hes.
MnPPT? APV'C "The Home of
lYICvltliArL 1 5 Good Clnrhfic"
742 Broad St.,
When yon 1my an implement yon want the
best, ^specially wTien yon eau ?et the best on
t^^m?rket at a very reasonable price.
We want to edi your especial attention to
Deere's Umtersal Disk Harrows,
They are not onl^i strong, being made of tba best material)
but they anc Adjustable and Reversible. Call and jet us ex
plain to EFou the advantages that the Dee^re Harrows have
over archer disk harrows on the market, "Can furnish any
The Deere Stalk Cutter
ts an implement that is being appreciated and valued more
highly by farmers with each succeeding year. One great,
advantage that this cutter offers, is the elimination of the
jolting and jarring to both driver and team. Heavy springs
are so attached ard adjusted as to completely break the
force of the constant jolting of the blades. Thc Deere Stalk
Cutters have steel frames and can stand ?he roughest use.
We want to keep in close touch with the farmers^ ana) will
always take great pleasure in explaining every detail ol the
implements we sell
It should be the chief aim of the progressive farmer is to
equip his tarm with implements and machinery that vr\\\ min
imize labor and at the same time clo the work in the best po
sible manner. We stand ready to co operate willi them in
accomplishing this purpose.
Call to see us when you come to Edgeficlcl.
STEWART & KERNAGHAN.
PARKER BUILDING, - EDGEFIELD, S. C.
My fall stock has all arrived and I nm better prepaaed
ever before to serve the public.
Parents, see my see my School Shoes and St'
Dress Goods-everything that is needed to get
children ready for school.
My Clothing,Shoe,Hat,Dry Goods and Notion Dept
are all chock full ot new things at reasonable pricesj
Call and see for yourself.
J. W. P1?AK..
We have this sum (100,U00.00) to lend on Edgefield County' ]?ai
Property must be improved and occupied by owner.Iiave loaned throi
out Georgia and South Carolina for 16 years. Write atinfice if you
JAMES FRANK & SON, .... AUGUSTA, GA.
600 acres, 200 acres open, well watered, 3 tenant houses. 9 miles Plum "Br|
A bargain at .$2,600.00. For particulars address the owners;
JAMES FRANK & SON,
WE now represent the Char
lotte Steam Laundry formerly re
presented by May & Tompkins,
and we solicit the patronage of
the public generally and we will
guarantee satisfaction. Get your
laundry in by Tuesday afternoon.
Jones & Son
Our new Fall Styles
are just in from the*p
f?ctorv. All nf_?he new
for men just in.
Dorn & Mims
The Rural Mail Comes Once a Day
THE TELEPHONE keeps you in touch with
neighbors, friends and the city eve rv minute
ot every day. Progressive farmers?through
out the South are installing telephones in their
hoiries and connecting with the Bell System. The
cost is low; the service is satisfactory.
Write today to the nearest Bell Telephone
Manager for pamphlet, or address
Farmers' L&ie Department
SOUTHERN BEU TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO.
42 SOUTH PRYOR STREET. ATLANTA, GA.
P. P. P.
Males Marvelous Cares ii Blood Poison, Rheumatism iii Semi
P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds up the weak and debilitated, glv
strength to weakened nerves, expels disease, giyjng the patient health an
happiness, where sickness, gloomy feelings and lassitude first prevailed.
In blood poison, mercurial poison, malaria. Hvspepsia, and in all bl
and skin diseases, like blotches, pimples, old .chronic ulcers, tetter, scai
head, we say without fear of contradiction that P. P? P? is the best bUr
purifier in the world.
Ladies whose systems are poisoned anet whose blood is In an impure co
dition due to menstrual irregularities, aro peculiarly benefitted by the WOO
derf ul tonic and blood cleansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Po7
Root and Potassium.
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, CA* V