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VARIETY OF RECIPES
?FAMILIAR VEGETABLES TO BE
SERVED IN NEW WAYS.
?Spinach and Mushroom Mold Culte
a Substantial Dish for Lunch or
Dinner - Cauliflower a La
By 1 IPA AMES WIT.LTS.
Eo?ed borecole or Kale.-i's? hali
a peck o? knie. Strip Hie leaves from
the stems, ehoosnrg only the crisp and
curly leaves. Wash throush two wa
ters and drairv Boil for 20 minutes
in salted water, then turn into a
colander and let cold water run over
it. Drain again and chop fine. Brown
a small onion in a tablespoonful of
Spinach and Mushroom Mold.-Boil
the spinach a few minutes, as direct
ed in preceding recipe. Drain,
squeeze, dry and chop fine, pressing
thron:'- A rnlai-.d^r with a potato
masher. Put a tablespoonful of but
ter and a few drops of lemon juice
in a saucepan and let the mixture
bubble for a few minutes: then turn
it into a dish to cool. When cold
mix with two beaton e?.s:s. Press into
a buttered border mold, or place a
small bowl or dish In an ordinary
mold to leave an empty sraoe in mid
dle. Bake about an hour in slow
oven. When done turn out on to a
heated dish and fill the empty space
in center with mushrooms cooked ten
der in butter and few tablespoonfuls of
cream and little flour chickening
added. Season to taste with salt
and pepper. Add a ilittle squeeze of
lemon juice If you like.
Spring Beans, alla Roma.-Choose
young, tender string beans, cut off
the ends and remove the strings, but
do not cut them, unless they are more
than three inches long. Wash well
In cold water, letting it nm over them
into the colander. Put them into a
baking dish with a kitchen spoonful
of good salad oil. a little minced onion,
parsley, salt and pepper. Cover and
place over the fire and cook slowly.
As the beans dry, add the strained
juice from ripe tomatoes, or a thin
tomato sa;i:e. Watch that they do<
net burn, as only enough tomato juice
should be added to keep them moist.
Cauliflower a la Pocono.-Select a
fine young head of cauliflower, re
move the outer leaves; cut in several
pieces and wash well in cold water.
Tie in a piece of thin cheesecloth, put
into a pot of boiling water and boil
quickly for 25 minutes or half an
hour, unutil it is quite tender. Re
move rarefullv wirhnnt hrt>?il:inc it
_. . iucg.tr may be used in
place ol' the lemon. Do not let the j
sauce boil after adding the egg.
Melba Salad.-Get uhe Italian peas
if possible: if not. use a large variety
of peas while young and tender. Have
a cupful of cubes of apple and half a
cupful of celery dice blanched in cold
water, acidulated with lemon juice.
Seed and cook half a cupful of fine,
large raisins. When about to serve,
drain and dry the apple and celery
and mix with the peas and rs.isins.
-Make a French dressing with good
oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper and
paprika. Beat up thick and light col
ored and pour over the salad with
garnish of lettuce leaves. Tarragon
vinegar goe* well with this salad,
used in plaen of lemon juice. For a
chanty, try grating a tart apple into
The dressing. This gives it more body
and a delicious ?avor.
Creen Corn Fritters.
Score the kernels lengthwise with
a sharp knife, len with a dull edge
press out enough pulp to make one
cupful. Add the beaten yolks of two I
eggs, one-eighth of a teaspoonful of j
pepper, a dash of cayenne, one-third .
of a teaspoonful of salt, one scant cup- ,
ful of pastry flour, mixed and sifted !
with one rounded teaspoonful of bak
lng powder and finally fold in thi> stiff- !
ly beaten whites. Drop from a spoon j
In deep not fat. fry until brown, and j
drain on brown paper before serving.
Cream on^-fpiart^r cupful butter and
one cupful s'!^ar. add one-half cupful '
milk, one and two-third cupfuls flour, !
into which sift two and one-half t<-a
spoonfuls baking powder; add the '
well-beaten whiws of two ec^s and '
one-quarter teaspoonful almond ex- !
tract. Bake uboat forty-five minutes, j
To Set Colors.
In washing anything blue, put a ,
handful of salt into the water; green,
a lump of alum; ?ray or brown, a
little ox gall: tan or linen goods, a
little hay water; reds and pinks, use
a little vinegar.
I always clean my gold chains in !
the following manner: Put the i
chains In a bottle of warm soapsuds
to which a little prepared chalk has
t)f?en added, shake until clean, then
rlnfce in clear, cold water.-Exchange
Tf layer cako tins are lacking In the
kitchen equipment, lard pail lids make 1
a gcod substitute. The inner flat cov- !
ers are also useful on which to bake i
bitonga, cookies or drop ca'&es.
Effective Sunday, Angusl 16,
luU, thc following changes in pas
senger train schedules .vere mad.':
Train No. 6; leave Augusta <):><<
i. m., (.4 rani te vi I le 7:13 a. rii.,Treii
ton 7:?."' a. m., Johnston 8:00 a. m.
Ward S:1U a. m., Ki dire Spring
3:20 a. m., I5ate?>bnrg 8:43 a. m.,
Leesville ti:-!s a. m.. Lexington
'.?::;I a. m., arrive Columbia 10.0U
Train No. 132, SOUTHEAST
ERN LIMITED, leave Augusta
3:00 }>. m. Arrive Columbia, Wash
ington and New York same as here
Train No. 20, leave Augusta l?:20
p. m., Warrenville 0:50 p. m.,
(rraniteville ?>:?4 p. m., Trenton
7:35 p. m. Johnston 7:50- p. ni.,
Ward 7:.->s; p. m., Ridge Spring
8:07 p. m., Batesburg 8:-J5 p. m.,
Leesville 8:30 p. m., Lexington 0:08
j?, m., arriving Columbia 0:35 p. m.
Augusta-Asheville Pullman Sleep
ing Car handled on this train.
KKTWKEN AIKEN AND El?GKFIET.I>.
Train No. 200, leave Ed geri eld
7:20 a. m., Park Hill 7:30 a. m..
arriving Trenton 7:4 0 a. m.
Train No. 207, leave Ed ge fi eld
0:40 p. m.. Park Hill 0:50 p. m.,
arrive Trenton 7:00 p. m.
Train No. 208, leave Trenton 8:51
a. m., Park Hill 0:01 a. m., arrive
Edirefield 0:10 a. m.
Train No. 206, leav?_ ' 'renton 7:40
p. m.. Park Hill 7:50 p. m., arrive
Fdgefield 8:00 p. m.
BETWEEN ItATESnCtW: AM? I* ER RV.
Train No. 148, leave Perry 4:40
p. m., Wagener 5.00 p. m., arrive
Batesburg 0:30 p. rn
Train No. 18, leave Augusta 0:20
a. m., Warrenville 6:4u a. m. Aiken
7:07 a. m., Williston 7:44 a. m.,
Blackville S:00 a. m. Denmaik 8:20
a. m. Bamberg 8:37 a. m., Branch
ville 0:10 a. m., Charleston 1:85 p.m.
Schedules between intermediate
stations adjusted correspondingly.
For additional information, res
ervations, etc., communication with:
Magruder Dent J. A. Townsend
District Pas. Agent Agent
Augusta, (4a. Edgefield, S. C.
,j v.? CAOIIMMCU aim glasses nttea
only when necessary. Optical
work of all kinds.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
I solicit orders for pine lumber.
Mill is in operation on my farm
near Cleora, and can cut any dimen
sions. Send in your bill and let us
saw inst what you nerd. Can ar
range to deliver lumber in Edge
ll eld if desired.
A. BARON HOLMES.
Cleora, S. C.
Sept. 2-1 flt.
iMrs. Walter Vincent,
of Pleasant Hill, N. C.,'
writes: "For three sum
mers, I suffered from
pains In my back and
sides, and weak sinking
spells. Three bottles of
Card ul, the woman's
tonic, relieved me entire
ly. I feel like another
The Woman's Tonic
For over 50 years,
Cardui has been helping
to relieve women's un
necessary pains and
building weak women up
to health and strength.
It wiri do the same for
you, if given a fair trial.
So, don't wait, but begin
taking Cardui today, for
its use cannot harm you,
and should surety do you
Edgefield Auto Garage
rs M <*1 ET-1 <i * - ?.. ? n C ?.*. *> v*? S
I -f l
g Auto Repairing a S|^ecitiHy. All W ork Guaran- |
jp teed. Pri?es Reasonable. Aut<> Supplies in Stock. i
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y Phone 7 J. Xext to Court House. I
GEO. \Y. ADAMS Propietor
YOU WORK HARD
FOR YOUR MONEY
[AKE YOUR MONEY
WORK FOR YOU
I If IK
Copjriehl 1909, bj C. E. Zimmerman Co.--.\o. 9
Put some money in the Bank of
Edgefield and you wi defeat pov
erty. Everybody has a horror of
poverty. There is only one way to
insure againstit, that is to culti
vate a habit of thrift which you
can easily clo by putting money in
this bank. _ Courteous and prompt
1 am prepared to fill orders
for the celebrated Fulghum j
Oats ihat were grown, threshed,
and recleaned right on my own !
farm. I know what they are i
and am not afraid to recommend 1
them. I have 400 bushels for'
sale but as orders are already
coming in do not wait too late '
to secure what you need
Price $1 50 per bushel cash.
W. E. Prescott,
Modoc, S. C.,R. F. D.
A Good Drug Store.
It tnkes more than a stock of
drags and good intentions to make'
a goori drug store. It requires an
intimate knowledge of weighing,
measuring and mixing, which comes
only after careful study and experi
ence. Your prescriptions will be
properly filled at our store. Wc
have every modern facility and-wc
Penn & Holstein.
r*or Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general strentflirninp tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria and !>u:lds up the system. A true tonic
9r? <,.r,- .Ypivil.-xr. For adults and children. aOc
A South Carolina farmer had a large number
of hogs which were ready to kill. The weather
was so warm that killing was out of the question.
He went to his telephone, called a dealer in
Columbia over Long Distance and sold his hogs
at a good price. He then called the local freight
office and arranged for shipment.
The telephone is now a necessity on the farm.
You can have one on your farm at small cost.
See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or
?end a postal for our free booklet.
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Notiee to' the Public:
All persons wanting pictures framed will please
leave same ut store or' Dorn & Minis.
Best work guaranteed, and prices right.
.Vii pictures will bc framed thc same dav lett ut
Bellefield, S. C.
April 1. 1914
J. C. LEE, President F. E. Gibson, Sec. and Treas.
FARMERS, MERCHANTS, BUILDERS,
If you are going to build, remodel or repair,
we invite your inquiries.
COMPLETE HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.
We manufacture and deal in doors, sash, blinds
stairs, interior trim, store .fronts and fixtures,
pews, pulpits, etc., rough and dressed lumber,
lath, pine **nd cypress shingles, flooring, ceiling
Distributing agents for Flip*" ote roofing
Estimates cheerfully and carefully mane.
Woodard Lumber Co.
Corner Roberts and Dugas Streets.
Our Motto: ?
_ S?tern is Right.
If you Have Any Blood or Skin Disease
Do Not Delay until It is too late but Order
THE HOT SPRINGS REMEDY
a Complete and Positive Remedy for
And all other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases
Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Blood
and kin Remedy eyer placed on the Market,
Full ourse Treatment-Three Bottles-$12.50
We Frepare a Remedy for Every Disease
Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strictly Private.
Hot Springs Medicine Co.,
Il 827 1-2 Central Avenue, Hot Springs., Arkansas. %
I _ M
WK will have a large shipment of 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.