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(There's a screen at every -window, air
your entrance I defy.
??ere are microbes in your footsteps an
a crust upon your head.
ftVbich. If not microscopic, would fill ou
hearts with dread.
"If you enter. I have poison all prepare
for you to eui.
?And paper spread to tangle your perm
laden wings and feet.
H -will poison, trap or smash you If yo;
do not leavp my door:
{For our modem sanitation will endur
your calls no more."
-Adalima F. Dyer.
SUGGESTIVE HELPS.
A trained nurse prevented all dis
'agreeable after effects of chloroforn
i?fter an operation by the use of vine
jpr, Cause the patient to inhale tin
fames of vinegar from a saturate)
tcloth. She said she had never knowi
itt to fail.
To clean a silk or net waist, put i
'Into a two quart fruit jar nearly fllle<
with gasoline. Let it stand over night
.and In the morning, shake it back ant
: forth. If quite soiled it may nee?
?'rinsing in fresh gasoline.
; When staying over night In i
.strange hotel, look for and locate th?
' way to the fire escape before golni
into your room. Place a book or ebal
:oa the floor under the electric ligh
.fixture, so that it will be easy to fin?
tile globe.
Those of us who have groped fo
several minutes for a light flxtur
:know how annoying it can be.
For a bruised finger nail, dip it h
.cold water and hold it upright for at
tour and your nail will not turn black
Open the faucet at the bottom o
the hot water tank and let the wate
run off. "?his will remove the accumu
lation of rust in the pipes of the stove
Dress shields covered with silk lik<
the lining of the coat are not notice?
and double the wear of the lining bc
sides giving it toe protection ot' th<
shield.
Slice tho oranges on a potato chi]
slice fer orap.::e marmalade, and the:
will be as thin as the famous import
ed marmalade.
One careful housekeeper keeps he
plate racks always clean by washinj
one with each regular dish washing.
When carrying three or four hooks
slip the cover of one insi?o tho other
which will keep them from bli peius.
gl'^ / ^_-M
Wj j".??, n*E us couragf an ; gaiety am
tho quiet n?iid. ."?utre ut l<
our ?tends, soften U-J to o :r enemies
Bless us. ii it m iy be in all . ;ir innoccn
endeavors.
crr.;x. j. . Ut wnSIo.
Spanish cookery is i\w'< : i:r.;?ie. tin
jnost importaut ingredient used is tin
fiery pepper.
Spanish Omelet.-Thc sauce mus
be prepared first, to serve with this
dish, which is a meal in itself. Fr]
a good sized onion until golden brown
add a cpmrt cu" tomatoes, four or fiv(
red peppers, two tablespoonfuls ol
butter and u pinch ot salt, and set ih<
mixture on tho back part of the stov<
to simmer. To prepare the omelet
pour a cup of warm milk over a eui
of bread crumbs, add two tablespoon
inls of butter and six well beaten eggs
the yolks and whites beaten separate
!3y. Pour the sauce around the onie
let when it has been placed on th?
hot platter.
Mexican Scrambled Eggs.-Roast ?
dozen fresh green peppers, peel, re
move the skin and seeds, and chop
then boil in a very little waler unti
tender; season well with butter. Bea
six eggs, add seasoning and the pep
pers, and cook for a moment in ho
butter.
Mexican Stew.-Put a pound c
'round steak through the meat chopper
mold Into small balls. Into a hot fry
lng pan put a minced onion, a cup o:
tomatoes, two or three peppers and a
?quart of water. When it boils add thc
?meat balls and simmer for half ar
.'hour, then add two or three diced po
?tatoes; season with salt and peppei
. and serve with toasted bread.
Chili Con Carne.-Prepare a dozer
fresh chillies by putting them on tc
cook in cold water, bring to the boiling
point, and when tender plunge in cole
.water; remove the skin, seeds and
.white veins. Cut In pieces a pound ol
.beef, brown in a little lard, season
.add an onion and a clove of garlic, adc"
fa tablespoonful of flour. Simmer in a
?little water with the peppers.
Those Dear Girls Again.
, Miss Homeleigh-Perhaps you won*'
(believe it, hui a strange man tried tc
(kiss me once.
tMiss Coning-Really? Well, he'e
ve beer a strange man if he triec
kiss ycu twice.
If you could take out an in
surance policy that would
guarantee your horse or
mule against colic for fifty
cents you would hurry to do
so, would'nt you?
Dr. Boyd's Sure Pop
Colic Remedy
is colic insurance in drop form.
60 drops instantly relieves sever
est case. Price 50c and $1 a bottle.
No drenching. Results guaran
' Leed or money refunded by
For Sale by
G. T. Ouzts,
Kirksey, S. C.
Make the Old Suit
Look New
We are better prepared
than ever to do first-class
work in clearing and press
ing of al' kinda. Make your
old panes or suit new by let
ing us clean and press them.
Ladies skirts and suits al
so cleaned and pressed. Sat
isfaction guaranteed.
Edgefield Pressing
Club
WALLACE HARRIS PROP.
Heart Disease Almost
Fatal to Young Girl
"My daughter, when Thirteen year?
old. was rlri'-ken with heart trouble
Sho was so bad we had to place her
bcd mar a window
so she could gnt
her breath. One
doctor said, 'Poor
child. she is likely
to fall de;id any
tiri"." A 'friend
t.?t<I nv? Dr. Miles'
Heart Remedy had
cured her fatht r,
:-.<> i tri<sd it. and
sh" h???an to
i Lanon has ?.": i)?. Allies Heart :.r"\
i edy ii shard by thousands of
' others who know its value from
j f-p.?ricncc. Many heart disorders
! yield to treabnent, if thc treatment
j is right. Ff you .-rc bothered with
? short breath, fainting shells, s-w?l?
i :ng cf feet or ankles, pains about
11 i .-r Heart a;v! sho:?:J.r rlat?cs. r>al
1,1 .-.'.::> , '
you shouH ?. <.
; the '"Cpcnsnce of >>'..?.:? wlii?? y.O*.!
,. may. n
Or. Mn?s' Heart Rerrwscfy :s zeil nnd
'! guaranteed hy ali ??ca?ste.
1 iV.ILE3 MUSICAL CO., C.:hc:::, Ind
?j Vetemary Surgeon
1 am prepared to treat stock for all
diseases at reasonable prices. iMy head
office and hospital are at Johnton at
.Ionian and Arnaker's stable. Every
"ind Monday I will be found at H. C.
Watson's stables at Edgefield.
, DR. J. M. LOVE.
'.Ian. 7. 1914-3mos.
??jaHBfiaaiaa?aaKLzii
"After four in our family had died
of consumption I was taken with
a f rightf ul cough and lung trouble,
I but my life was saved and i gained
8? pounds through using
H
.DISCOVER
J W. It. Pat terrell, Wellington, Tex, k
i PRICE 50c and $1.C0 4T All. DSUC5553T3. \'
ntBfWS'Uvwiy^- ?iJ'l't?-.? - r --"T '*
Bi drag's lew S?SC?VOT
KILL? THE COUGH. C?RES THE LUNGS
(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium)
Prompt Powerful Permanent
Its beneficia' ef- Stubborn car.es Good results are
fects arc usually yield to P. P. P. lasting-? cure;;
felt very quickly when other met! i- you to stay cured
cinco aro useless
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Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses thc entire
system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.
A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.
Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain; ends Malaria;
is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.
F. V. LIPPMAN CO. D?*fc SAVANNAH, GA.
A
Postal
Brings
This
Book
It is free-it tells how you can have
local and long distance telephone ser
vice in your home at very small cost.
Send for it today. Write nearest Bell Tele
phone Manager, or
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
SO?TMES? BELL' TELEPHONE
??O TELEGRAPH COMPANY
?r icc -.vi 24,800 squa.e ? tetan ci it-is M.?;.:..*. _
ir-' fee?s Ironi ce lar to reef Cur ned: mu;d bc ?et:; to bj appre
ciated. C;:r expenses are a: L'ast S'ifO.i'C a monfn ic.-." since discos
tizuing our stow :-.x Broad strr-t, ?r.? as goods are uelsadcd
from (arr 'o warehsufe, wi-ave in a soiition lo name very cluse
prices, li you really wsa; ?ae worth cf yocr tiorey see oe write us
ARRINGTON BROS. ? CO.
i ?
Augusts, Ga.
TWML SHINGLES
Are Stormproof*
They interlock and overlap in such a way that the hardest driv
ing rain or sifting snow cannot possibly get under them.
Besides this-they last indefinitely, and never need repairs.
Another point-They're very reasonable in first cost. You can
learn all about them from
Stewart & Kernaghan
Edgefield, South Carolina.
Pictures Framed
Notice to the Publie:
All persons wanting pictures framed will please
leave same at store of Dorn k Mi ms.
Best work guaranteed, and prices right.
All pictures will bc framed the same day left at
Beauregard Timmons,
Edgefield, S. C.
April 1, 1!)14
A K i :
I WHEN IN AUGUSTA M
i
I The J. Willie Levy Co.,
YOUR HEADQUA RTERS
SPRING SUITS AND FURNISHING
FOR MEN ANO B(ns NOW READY
OUR WOMENS' READY TO WEAR
SUITS, DRESSES, WAISTS ETC. THE [MOST UP
TO-DATE IN THE SOUTH.
GET YOUR PACKAGES TOG ETH Elf HERE.
WAITING-ROOMS FOR THE LADIES.
?-?
Baldwin Hi?h Grade Guano
FOR SALE BY
W W. Adams & Company
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Fertilizers! Fertilizers!
I am prepared to fill orders for
all kinds of fertilizers. Can give
you any formula. Can also sell
YOU Kainit, Acid 'and Soda for mix
ing at home. Our guanos have
been used by the Edgefield farmers j
wi o "?": " T xi i x r. ?> i r
EdgeLIX South Carolina
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I J. C. LEE. President F. E. Gibson, Sec. and.Trew, m
i| A ii L? si H b ? ir? SJ ri u ?1A ?M 1 DUI JJ I!< k\ , ?
!; if you are going to |l uild, remodel ur repair,
we invite y< ur inquiries.
COMPLETE HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.
We m.in ti facture and deal in doors, sash, blinds
stairs, interior trim, store Ironts and fixtures,
pews, pulpits, eic., rough and dressed lumber,
lath, pine and cypress' shingles, flooring, ceiling
and siding.
Distributing aven?s for Flintkote roofing
Estimates cheerfully and carefully mane.
Woodard Lumber Co.
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Corner Roberts and Dugas Streets.
Our Motto- Qua,ity
Service
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Large Shipment
of Furniture
WK will have a large shipment ot' Furniture to arrive
this week, and in the lot are some beautiful Dressers,
Sideboards"and Buffets. Full supply of Chairs. Mat
treses'and Springs in stock.
See our line Porch Chairs.
Jones & Son.

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