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chief ruler, and the child that is born into
them is sure of all that highest thought
?fan secure for him In body, soul and spir
it. But for the unnumbered thousunds
where love ls not and wisdom has nu ver
?ntered! what shall we do with them?
-Ellen Richards.
HOT WEATHER DRINKS.
During the hot weather there ls
.great demand for cooling drinks, and
we prefer those made at home with
materials which are unquestionable,
rather than many which are served in
bottles or at the fountains. In the fol
lowing, there surely will be found one
which will suit the palate of all:
Ginger Water.-This is th old-fash
ioned drink which used to be carried
to the fields to refresh the tillers of
the soil who have made our country
what it ls today. This drink is Just
as popular today among the descend
. ants of the early fathers of our coun
try, and is so easily prepared that lt
ishould be more frequently used. Take
a tablespoonful of ground ginger, add
three of sugar and a pint of ice cold
water: stir well and serve. In the
olden times they sweetened this with
molasses.
Rhubarb Drink.-This is a very re
freshing as well as wholesome drink
for children. Boil seven or eight
stalks of pie plant in a quart of water
for ten minutes; strain into a pitcher
in which has been placed the thin rind
of a lemon. Add four tablespoonfuls of
sugar and let stand for a few hours
before serving.
Orangeade.-Make a sirup by boil
ing half a pound of lump sugar with
a cup of water. Pare four oranges
very thinly, put the rinds in a pitch
er and pour on the boiling hot sirup.
Let stand until cold, then add the
juice of the oranges and six lemons.
Add a quart of ice cold water, and
: serve.
Boston Cream.-This is a drink
which will keep, and will be ready to
use in an emergency: Take two
pounds ot* lump sugar and five pints
. of water: boil together fifteen min
utes. When cool add half an ounce of
lemon extmct, two ounces of powdered
tartaric acid and the whites of three
eggs well beaten. When quite cold,
bottle. When required for use, pour
a few tablespoonfuls of the mixture
in a glass, fill with three parts water,
stir up well and add a quarter of a
teaspoonful of soda. Stir briskly and
?serve at once.
cheap pleasures. Ha\> mercy on each in
his deficiency, let him not bo casi down,
support the stumbling on the way, and
give at last rest to the weary.
-St'.-V'.'.MSOU.
DESSERTS WORTH TRYING.
There are few people who are will
ing to forego the pleasure of a des
sert, ar.l usually feel if none is pro
vided that they have bee.! defrauded.
Orange Charlotte.-Soak one and a
half tablespoonfuls of gelatine ia a
third of a cup of water. To a third of
a cup of boiling water add a cupful of
sugar, three tablespoonful.-; of lemon
juice and a cup or* orange juice and
pulp. Chill in a pan of ice water;
when quite thick beat until frothy and
add the well beaten whites of three
eggs beaten stiff and the whip from
two cupfuls of cream. Line a mold
with sec'ions of orange. Turn in the
mixture and chill.
College Pudding.-Mix a half cupful
of butter with one and a half cups of
sugar, add four eggs well beaten, one
half cup of strained apple sauce, a
fourth of a teaspoonful of salt and tho
juice of lemon. Line a pudding dish
with plain pastry, fill with the mix
ture and bske in a moderate oven.
Serve with or without cream.
Blueberry Dumpling.-Sift together
two cupfuls of flour, four teaspoonfuls
of baking powder and a teaspoonful of
salt. Add a tablespoonful of butter,
and when well rubbed in add three
fourths of a cupful of milk. Put two
.cupfuls of sugar over four cupfuls of
blueberries with a tablespoonful of
vinegar, put into a buttered baking
dish. Cover with the flour mixture
and bake forty-five minutes. Serve
from the dish in which it was baked.
Put a layer of ground pecans or
walnuts over the custard pie; the
nuts will form a crust over the top,
and when baked will be truly deli
cious.
Feach ice cream is delicious. Press
the peaches through a sieve after peel
ing, then add to any ice cream mixture
flavored with almond.
Other Pet.
"Jock never snarls nor growl? at
me, and sticks close by me w h euerer
1 go out"
"What a nice dog fe** must bo."
"Dog! Sir, ho is my husband 1"
GREAT PARADES
? THE REUNION
i
Maids and Sponsors To Open
Series On Morning Of
the First Day
i
' Sons of Veterans and Military Organi
zations Second Day, While the
Veterans Parade Last Day.
Jacksonville, Fla.-With the neai
approach of May (J, interest tn the
I 24th annual reunion of the Fnited
Confederate Veterans' Association and
Sons of Confederate Veterans, centers
around the three parades, one each
day of the reunion. It has been den
nitely decided that the first parade
will bo that of the maids and sponsors
and it will be given on the afternoon
of May 6.
This parade will be confined to au
tomobiles and carriages aad all spon
sors and maids of honor will be ad
mitted to lt. The Jacksonville Re
union Association has decided that
if possible, the parade of maids and
sponsors will be the finest spectacle
of the kind ever seen in the southern
states. The route will be several miles
long and passes through the principal
residence and business sections of the
city.
The parade of the second day, Maj
7, will be of the Sons of Confederate
Veterans and local military organiza
tions. It is the present plan for the
Sons to march on foot, and the parade
will take in the business section., ol
the city.
On the morning of May 8, the lasl
day of the reunion, the annual parade
of the Confederate Veterans will be
held. Jacksonville labors under a dis
advantage in staging this parade that
no other reunion city has ever en
countered, that of securing horses
There are very few available horses
in Jacksonville, and as a result it has
been decided to make the parade a
combination between horses, automo
biles and foot-marching. The local
association believes that it will be
possible for the commanders and theil
staff officers to te provided witt
mounts, but it is going to be a diffi
cult matter to secure a sufficient num
ber even for that. However, a united
effort is being made to secure all the
mounts possible in Jacksonville and
nearby towns in Florida and Soutt
Georgia.
Arrangements for these parades are
being worked out rapidly by specia
committees. Maj. S. C. Harrison is
chairman of the committee that will
have chargo of the Sons of Veterans
parade. He is being assisted by the
local camp of Sons of Veterans, ol
which Judge John L. Dodge is com
mander. Adjt.-<!en. N*. H. Forrest, ol
the National rfons of Veterans, is here
givinn much of his attention to these
arrangements.
Dr. W. M. Stinton is c-hairman ol
;hf committee on entertainment ol
maids and sponsors, and has been
working on plans for some time witt
a corps of assistants. He will organ
ize the entire program of the maids
and sponsors entertainment feature;
and promises to give the visiting la
di^s tim best possible reception ic
Jacksonville.
Gen. John L. Inglis, commander ol
th-? Florida division, I". (\ V., is, un
der the rules of the United Confeder
ate Veterans' Associations, chief mar
shal of the veterans parade, with Cen
W. II. Sebring. chief aide. Cen. Inglis
wants a parade in whieh the older vet
erans will occupy automobiles and car
riages, wijh commanders and as manj
of their staffs as possible on horse
bark. The veterans' parade is being
worked out along these lines.
The social functions of the reunion
will be about the same as have pre
vailed at other reunion cities. Three
balls will be given during the week,
one for maids and sponsors, one foi
the Sons of Veterans and the other
for the veterans themselves. Ge?.
Bennett H. Young appointed as his
chief sponsor Miss Corrinne Hampton,
of Columbia, S. C. His maids of hon
or are Misses Minnie Brock, of Chat
tano-ga; Eloise Washburn, of Mont
Kom<try. Ala., and Miss f?ladys Ker
nan, of New Orleans. These ladies
repre. "t the south in the social func
tions of the reunion.
A dancing pavilion will be erected
close t > the business sections of the
city, a::<! it will be' large enough to
accommodate the reunion balls, in
additioi; to the balls there will be a
number of events on the program for
the em i tainment of official ladies.
Chief among these is a trip to the sea
shore, an I an excursion or two on the
St. Johns river. Some two hundred
young III- :i have volunteered their
services as escorts for the visiting la
dies, and e. "rything points to a most
enjoyable week for all who may par
ticipate in the social functions aad
the annual parades.
?
Home-Raised Colt.
Still the wonder grows that a greater
number of farmers do not. raise
more horses and mules. Several
days ago Mr. \V. E. Winn sohl a
home-raised eok to his brother, Mr.
J. E. Winn, for $200. Those who
saw the fine young mare say she
was a great bargain at that price.
The Winn brothers can afford to
keep brood mares, because they al
ways grow an abundance of corn at
home to si Dplv thc farm.
FIRE
INSURANCE
Go to see
Harting
&
Byrd
Before insuringjelsewhere. We
? represent the best old line com
panies'
Harling & Byrd
At the Farmers Bank, Edgefield
Real Estate
-FOR SALK
125 acres land rear Hibernia
in Saluda county.
120 acres near Monetta, Sa
luda county.
:i?.0 acres in Aiken county,
near Eureka.
lui? acres near Ropers.
300 "cres near (Celestia or
Davis' mills in Greenwood
and Saluda counties.
50 acres near Edgefield C.
ll.
250 aeres near Teen, ton, S. fc.
Several tracts near meeting
Street, and other mets near
.Monetta and Ba tesbury. ?
- Apply to
A. S. TOMPKINS,
Edgefield, S. C.
Miss Myrtle Cothrum,
of RusseKville, Ala., says:
"For nearly a year, I suf
fered with terrible back
ache, pains in my limbs,
and my head ached nearly
all the time. Our family
doctor treated me, but
only gave me temporary
relief. I was certainly in
bad health. My school
teacher advised me to
TAKE
I took two bottles, in all,
and was cured. I shall
always praise Cardui to
sick and suffering wo
men." If you suffer from
pains peculiar to weak
women, such as head
ache, backache, or other
symptoms of womanly
trouble, or if you merely
need a tonic for that tired,
nervous, worn-out feel
ing, try Cardui. E-&
Southern Railway Schedule
hange.
Effective Sunday, March 1st,
1014, Schedule of train No. 8, Au
gusta to Columbia, will be as fol
. ows:
Lv Augusta 7:10 am
Ev Warrenville 7:+0 a m
Lv Grantville 7:44 a m
Lv Trenton 8:15 a m
Lv Edgefield 7:50 a m
Lv Johnston 8:20 a m
Lv Ward 8:41 a. m
Lv Batesburg 0:15 a m
Lv Leesville 0:20 a m
Lv Lexington 10:00 a ra
Ar Columbia 10:-'?0 a m.
Corresponding changes al interme
liate stations. For additional in
formation, communicate with,
Magruder Dent,
District Fassengenr Agent,
722 Broad Street,
Augusta, Ga.
THE PLANT FROM START
SOURCES OF AMMONIA (NF]
TIME TO TIME, SO THAT YOI
WE DO NC
In our fertilizers for cotton and c
and should only be used as a top
FISH, BLOOD Al
Mainly, as sources of ammonia, k
meal mixtures. If your dealer c
purse and fertilizer booklet on r<
mechanical condition.
Order 1
SOUTHERN STATES
AUGUSTA, GA.
Veternarv Surgeon
I am preparer! Lo treat stock for all
diseases at reasonable prices. My head j
affice and hospital are at Johnton at
Jordan and Amaker's stable. Everv I
2nd Monday I will be found at H. C.
Watson's stables at Edgefield.
DR. J. M. LOVE.
Jan. 7. 1914-3mos.
ES.
WE POINT
TO OUR S. S. BRANDS OF F
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5 SUCCESS FOR THE THOUSA
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TO FINISH WE COMBINE I
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JR CROP IS NEITHER OVERFI
>T USE NITRA1
.orn. It is not the proper ammor
dresser and for truck. We use
ND OTHER ANIMA
nowing them to be the best plant
an not supply you with S. S. got
jquest. We guarantee all our go<
Varty and Avoid Car ?
PHOSPHATE AND FE
NOTICE.
By the Constitution and Rules
of the Democratic Party, the Dem
ocratic Clubs of Edgefield County
are required to meet on the fourth
Saturday of April, being the 25th
day of said' month, for the purpose
of reorganizing, electing officers,
and electing delegates to the County
Convention to be held on the Fir>t
Monday in Maw Each Club is
entitled to one delegate for every
twenty-live members, and one del
egate for a majority fraction there
of. All of the clubs ?are urged ;o
meet, reorganize and elect dec
gates to the Countv Convention.
Ii. E. NICHOLSON,
County Chairmar.
April 4-3L
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE rtROMO Quinine. It stops the
Coogh and Headache and works off the Col l.
Druggists refund money if-it fails to cure.
E. AV. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c
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r's is ike sterne
ison.
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N OUR MIXTURES SEVERAL
CASE THIS ELEMENT, FROML
?D NOR STARVED.
:E OF SODA
liate. It is too quickly exhausted
,L AMMONIATES
food. We also furnish cotton seed
Dds write us, direct. Free money
Dds to drill freely and to be in A-l
Shortage
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SAVANNAH, GA.
Light Saw, Lathe and Shin
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AUGUSTA, GA.
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