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of hedgehog forgiveness shot out like
quills. Men take on-? who has offended
and set him down before the blowpipe of
their indignation and scorch him and
burn his fault into him. and when they
have kneaded him sufficiently with their
.fists, then-they forgive him.
-Henry "Ward Beecher.
The German sour meat is not well
known among other nationalities, and
is so altogether good that it should be
German Sour Meat.-Add to a half
cup of vinegar a cupful of water, one
onion and a teaspoonful of whole all
spice, one tablespoonful of sugar and
salt to taste. Put a piece of meat for
.roasting in this, turning it often; let
stand three days, when lt is ready to
brown in fat and roast, using the
pickle to baste it when roasting.
Sour Batten.-Take a nice piece
from the round, lay in vinegar, with an
onion, salt, allspice and pepper, with
one bay leaf: let stand three to five
days, depending or the amount, of the
meat. Brown the meat in a deep fry
ing pan, pour in the vinegar and suf
ficient water to cover the meat; sim
, mer until the meat is tender. Strain
tlie gravy from the spices, and thicken
with flour before serving.
Mutton With Peas.-Cut mutton in
serving sized pieces, brown and put
!to cook in a small amount of water;
when nearly done add a can of peas
and season well. Serve with the peas
poun d over the mutton.
Brown Stew.-So few people know
how good a brown stew may be. Cut
the meat, which may be the tougher
portions of the round or a piece for
stewing. Cut up in small pieces and
brown in a little hot suet which has
been tried out. Add a small chopped
onion, and let it brown with the meat.
Dredge '.vith flour, which will give the
gravy thickening, and cook with boil
ing water, just kept at the simmering
point until the meat is tender. Serve
with boil- d potatoes. The seasoning
may be given before the flour ls added
to the meat.
H araburg Steak.-Season hamburg
steak with a chopped onion, allspice,
cloves, paprika and salt. When ready
to serve pour over a cup of well sea
soned tomato sauce.
One chicken will serve a small fam
ily for Bever;;l meals. Fry the bits
liked best, stow and have biscuits and
gravy with thc larger portions.
tice is far below the rank of other hu
man industries, and therefore of loner
more of a hiiidranc-r than a help.
BROTHS FOR THE SICK.
Broth is a liquid containing the
juices of soluble parts of meat and
bone which have been extracted by
long, slow cooking. When cold, it ii>
more or less solid, according to the
gelatinous nature of the Ingredients.
The chief object in making broth is
to obtain the largest possible amount
of nutriment from the meat, so we
cut it in small pieces and soak it in
cold waier, using the watti- as well
as the meat in the slow cooking which
follows. A tightly-covert <1 kettle
?which will retain tho steam is desir
able, otherwise much of thc llavor is
lost by evaporation.
Mutton Broth.-Hutton broth is the
accepted kind for the conv-ilescent.
Wipe a pieco of the neck weighing two
pounds, cut off all skin and lat and
cut the meat in small pieces. Put the
bones into the kettle with the meat,
add cold water and let them stand an
hour to extract the juices. Heat grad
ually to the boiling point, season with
6ait and pepper and simmer for two
hours, but do not allow to boil. Re
move fat and strain through a coarse
sieze. Serve hot. In re-heating, use
a. double boiler.
Three tablespoonfuls of rice or bar
ley may be added; soak the barley
over night, add to the broth and cook
until the grains are tender. If the
broth is made the day before and
cold, the fat may be easily removed.
Nutritious Beef Broth.-Cut three
pounds of solid meat from the shoul
der or shin in small pieces, put the
cracked bone into an earthen jar, cov
er with cold water and cook slowly
with the meat ten or twelve hours in
a slow oven. A fireless cooker is an
ideal place to preparo this ' broth.
Strain through a colander, add salt
and cool quickly. When ccld, remove
the fat. Serve cold as a jelly or heat
to 170 degrees; not higher, as boiliug
Injures its value.
Egg Broth.-Beat the white and yolk
X? an ejcg separately and add the yolk
gradually to a cup of hot beef broth,
stirring constantly. Add salt and fold
in the white of egg, reheat carefully
and serve hot.
WOULD WOT LEAVE THE RAILS
Apparently Fatally Damaged Locomo
tive Went on Its Way and Finally
Stopped of Own Accord.
That a locomotive running 50 miles
an hour can lose a main driving wheel,
break her side rods and a connecting
Near View of Brok
en Axle, Show?
i n g Flaw in
rod, strip off her
dash down grade
and around curves
for a quarter of a
mile, and finally
abandoned by her
crew, bring the
train to a stop In
a hazardous spot
without injuring a
passenger or de
railing a single
pair of wheels,
was demonstrated recently near Wa
terbury, Vt. This extraordinary acci
dent was tile result of a broken
axle which snapped off at the
journal box. Escaping steam and
broken rods, flailing the cab, forced
the engineer to jump after setting the
brakes; and the fireman followed.
The train comprised four cars and few
passengers knew an accident had oc
curred until the train stopped. Ap
parently the broken axle was due to a
flaw In the steel, and the illustration
shows the crystalline structure as a j
light spot.-Popular Mechanics.
ALL FOR ECONOMY OF TIME !
Thousands of Inventions Designed to
Assure Increased Speed on
Time ls the very essence of life,
and the saving of time is the very es
sence of Americanism. The patent
office, with its million patents, ls the
great irrefutable evidence of that
the great monument to the inventive
genius of men who have bent their
mental energies to the creation of de
vices that meant economy of time and
made American life the great, thrill
ing whirl it is today.
It would have been a long leap of
the imagination from the beginning of
American invention down to the pres
ent, and lt will be a long leap from
the present to the end of the chapter
-the future of more wonderful won
ders than we have today.
We who take interest in the prog
ress of railroading have perhaps nar
rowed our vision. Invention has given
no greater impulse to progress than in
our field. But to all men in all in
dustries the perspective must readjust
itself to their viewpoint, and their in
dustry strides foremost Ever, though,
to the great railroad army the fascina
tion of remarkable development lies
along the paths of steel that unite the
limits of the land.
THE YARD ENGINEER
Ain't no Kiri.? a ?vavln* a! the hoghead on
Bul there's lots o' stick coal dust In lils
Ain't no lovely landscape stretchln' far
Into thc sunset ?dow;
But H's hustle wlien the bend shack si?
Ain'! no Held o' wavin' srain.
"Gel them empties off the main!"
Ain't no pretty posies Moomin*.
.Shove flint hnx cir into clear!
Forty-three will sonn bu comln*.
fin yoe. better keep things hi.-mrnin'
If you w.:v< to vi.iy an' draw your
pay as twitching < ngincer!'
Nevcr-changin' Bccnery: seme old criss
cross bench o' tracks:
Sam- old section hands u-drlvin' carpet
Same old signals she-win" rt-d when yoi.)
want to see 'em white:
Pame old headlights looniln' big an'
"Romance ls d^d." T guess that's
"An honr's time on Number Two!"
But I haven't gone In mourning, an' the?
reason's very clear;
For In this existence dizzy
T nm kept too bloomin' busy
A-tryin' to stay an 'draw my pay a?
Engine Fatalities Reduced.
The result of federal Inspection of
locomotive boilers has reduced by 60
per cent, fatalities during the past
year over the year 1912, and over ten
per cent, in the number of injured, ac
cording to the annual report of Frank
McVanamy. chief inspector of locomo
tive hollers of the interstate commerce
Rivi hundred and ninety-two 'ocoino
live accidents occurred during the
year; .1,522 locomotives were ordered
repair< ;I because of defective parts,
and o\ r 3.000 engines with defective
wheelo likely to cause serious acci- i
dents. . -Te not permitted to be used
until ri : aired.
When train side-tracked at Plcker
lng the : i lier day one of the passen
ger? got off to stroll around and view
the seem i y. The train pulled out and
left him . rolling and viewing. When
lt arrived ; t HopkinB the conductor
found that one of his passengers was
missing, so lie obligingly waited until
the lost sheep had arrived on a hand
car, which he propelled himself. That
is what we call a real courteous con
ductor.-Kansas City Times.
Still tho wonder grows that a greater
number of farmer* <lo not raise
more horses and mules. Several
days ago Mr. YV. K. Winn sold a
home-raised coll to ais 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 oplv the farm.
Go. to see
Before insuringjelsewhere. We
represent the best old line com
Harling & Byrd
At the'Farmers Bank, Edgeiield |
125 acres land near Hibernia
hi Saluda county.
12U acres near M on etta, Sa
:;:?0 acres in Aiken county,
IOU acres near Ropers.
SOO aeres near Celestia or
Davis' mills in Greenwood
and Saluda counties.
50 acres near Edvgefield C.
250 acres near Treeton,S.C.
Several tract* near meeting
Street, and other tracts near
Monetta and BatesDurg. ?
A. H. TOMPKINS.
Edsefield, S. C.
Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph
enville, Texas, writes: ' For
nine (9) years, I suffered with
womanly trouble. 1 had ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back, etc. It seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardul,
the woman's tonic, and it
helped me right away. The
full treatment not only helped
me, but it cured me."
Tiie Woman's Tonic
Cardyi helps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts, unable to
do your household work, on |?
account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Cardui a
trial. It has helped thousands
of women,-why not you ?
Try Cardul. E-71
Notice is hereby given that on
Saturday the 23rd day of May,
Pros., I will make a final settle
ment on the estate of Mrs. Mary
A. Holley, in the office of the Pro
bate Court, in and for said County,
and then and there I will apply to
the Probate Court fora tina! order
discharging me from the office and
duties of Executor of her estate.
R. N. i?roadwater,
Cure for Stomach Disorders.
Disorder? of the stomach may be
avoided by the use of Chamberlain's
(ablets. Many very remarkable cures
have been effected by these tablets.
Sold by all dealers. .
" 200 LBS 1
AN ALL 'ROUND
WE HAVE SPENT YEARS IN STUDY, MIXING AND DEMONSTRATING
THE FORMULAE WHICH GO TO MAKE UP THE S. S. FERTILIZERS.
AS A RESULT WE OFFER IN S. S. BRANDS AN ALL 'ROUND
FERTILIZER. ALL FERTILIZERS LOOK ABOUT ALIKE IN THE SACK,
BUT THE DIFFERENCE COMES OUT IN THE FIELD TEST. THAT
IS WHERE S. S. BRANDS WIN OUT. WE SEE TO IT THE PLANT
FOOD IS THERE AND PROPERLY BALANCED TO INSURE RESULTS.
WE DO NOT USE NITRATE OF SODA
As a source of ammonia (nitrogen) for our cotton and corn fertil
izer. It leaches out with the first rain. It should only be used as
a top dresser and for truck. We employ
FISH, BLOOD AND OTHER ANIMAL AMMONIATES
As the chief source of ammonia for our S. S. brands, knowing thea? ammoniates
to be the best plant food. We also furnish cotton seed meal mixtures, when or
dered. If your dealer does not handlcS. S. goods write us, direct.
Free money-purse and fertilizer booklet sent upon request. All S. S.
fertilizers guaranteed to drill freely and to be in A-l mechanical con
dition. Order Early and Avoid Car Shortage.
SOUTHERN STATES PHOSPHATE
AND FERTILIZER COMPANY
AUGUSTA, GA. SAVANNAH, GA.
I am prepared to treat stock for all
diseases at reasonable prices. My head
office and hospital are at Johnton at
Jordan and Amaker's stable. Every
2nd Monday I will be found at H. C.
Watson's stables at Edgefield.
DR. J. M.
Jan. 7. 1014 -:^mos.
By the Constitution and Rules
of the Democratic Party, the Dem
ocratic Clubs of Edgetield County
are required to meet on the fourth
Saturday of April, being the ii5th
day of said month, for the purpose
of reorganizing, electing officers,
and electing delegates to the County
Convention to be held on the Fii>t
Monday in May. Each Club is
entitled to one delegate for every
twenty-five members, and one del
egate for a majority fraction there
of. All of the clubs Jare urged .o
meet, reorganize and elect dele
gates to the County Convention.
B. E. NICHOLSON,
To Cure a Cold in One Day
I Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
I Couch and Headache and works off the Cold,
i Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
! E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c
Light Saw, Lathe and Shin
gle Mills, Engines, Boilers,
Supplies and repairs, Porta
ble , Steam and Gasoline En
gines, Saw Teeth, Files, Belts
and Pipes. WOOD SAWS
Gins and Press Repairs.
AF/; CWT A. OA.
te '. .?
Aro the original xisK ierlilizGrs
Fertilizer ammoniated with Fish-Scrap is universally
admitted to be the plant food best suited to the cot
This is not a theory, but a fact proven by the experience of many.
The popularity of Royster's, the original and genuine fish-scrap
fertilizer has caused a host of brands to appear with fish in the
name: if you want to be sure of getting fish in the goods as well,
be sure to buy the brand that made fi^h-scrap famous; F. S. R.
If you are not already acquainted with the splendid results from
ROYSTER'S fish-scrap fertilizer, we simply ask that you test it
alongside any other brand and abide by the proven results.
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO CO.
Norfolk, Va. Baltimore, Md. Charlotte, N. C. Tarboro, N. C.
Spartanburg, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Macon, Ga. Columbus, Ga.,