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There Is good for us who will brook
For those who hope there ls gladness
Let us keep the path with a sturdy
And sing a song as we climb the hilL
A good way to use bits of left-over
ish is to add them to a white sauce
and serve on toast or
put the fish finely
chopped into a sou De.
Take three-fourths of a
cupful of bread crumbs,
half a cupful of cocoa
nut, two eggs, half a
cupful of sultana raisins,
half a cupful of sugar, a
cupful of milk, a quarter
of a teaspoonful of salt, to one tear
spoonful of lemon juice and two cup
fuls of JJ wee tened whipped cream.
; Soak the crumbs in the milk for ten
, ; minutes, ?tdd the cocoanut, sugar, salt,
; lemon joice and raisins; heat well
add the yolks slightly beaten, and the
whites beaten stiffly. Turn imo a
well buttered mold and steam for an
hour. Turn out and decorate with
whipped cream after the pudding is
Spanlah Rice.-Take a cupful of
boiled rice, four . tablespoonfuls of
. grated cheese, four tablespoonfuls of
! tomato palp, one tablespoonful of
; grated onion, two of butter, one snail
%. 'teaspoonful of made mustard, the same
of curry powder, chutney, salt, pepper
and browned crumbs. Melt the but
ter in a saucepan,'put in the orion
and curry, chutney, salt and pepper.
; Cook for a few minutes, add the rice,
! cheese, tomato pulp and mix well
j Season carefully and turn into a bak
ing dish. Sprinkle with brown biead
? and butter.
Apple and Kumquat Salad.-Wash
| the kumquats and wipe with a clean
cloth. Cut the fruit in quarters
I through pulp and skin, discarding the
seeds. Cut an equal quantity of tart
apples into thin narrow strips; pour
over the apples two or three table
spoonfuls of lemon juice in which a
quarter of a teaspoonful of salt has
been added; put three tablespoonfuls
of oil over the kumquats, toss lightly,
add the apple and serve on heart
leaves of lettuce.
French dressing may be prepared
" ; and left in the ice box in a mason jar,
then when wanted a vigorous shaking
or beating with an egg beater will
'blend it for use.
When the weather suits you or not.
When your coffee isn't hot,
When your neighbor doesn't do right.
Or your relatives all fight,
Sure it's hard, but then you might
MORE OLD FAVORITES.
Serve dried salted herring some eve
ning for supper. Serve with hot
German potato sal
ad and the meal
will be complete.
Take any boiled
white fish, chop
fine; add the same
quantity of celery,
finely cut, moisten
with three tablespoonfuls of melted
butter, one of olive oil and a teaspoon
ful of mustard, a few dashes of red
pepper, five tablespoonfuls of cream
and enough vinegar to make the dress
ing of the right consistency. Garnish
with thin strips of sour pickle.
Steak With Banana.-Broil a steak
in a hot frying pan, cut in halves four
bananas, and lay In the pan, sprinkle
with hot butter, melted and serve ar
ranged around the steak.
Oatmeal Etouchees.-Turn any left
over oatmeal in small cups and when
cold, unmold and scoop out the cen
ters, leaving a wall thick enough to
hold the shape, fill this with any fresh
fruit, mixed with powdered sugar, heap
over whipped cream, sweetened and
flavored. If one has no whipping
cream, a thin custard may be served.
Be sure that lt is well chilled.
Special Seasonings.-It so often
happens as we read some recipe that
sounds so good we find it calls for a
little curry, chutney, mushroom sauce,
tabasco or some other seasoning which
does not find its place on bur shelves.
The buying of all uhese things at once
might be too large an expense for the
modest housewife, but once a month
add to your bill a bottle of one of
these desirables and before long yo*
will have a stock which will be a con
stant delight. As you need but a drop
or two of many of these seasonings
they will last for years so that the ex
pense is slight when spread over the
time of their use. A five cent package
of bay leaves will last you a lifetime
and you will then Have plenty to leave
to your grandchildren.
Common Human Falling.
"Every man," said Uncle Eben, ' 5
"thinks he's right mos' of de time.
An' de res' of de time he thinks his *
mistakes is puffeckly excusable." . j I
Fertilizers ! F<
The Edgefield Mercantile
Announces to the Public that it is now ready with t
Fertilizers with Potash as an I
Royster's, Armour's, Swift's and
other Reliable Mar
Call on Mr. R. C. Padgett or Mr, A. E. Padgett. (
To Have A
Copyright 3.909, bj C. & gi-Icu Co.-No. 44
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not one ?n a hundred has a bank
ccount and not one home in a hundred who has a
ank account is unhappy. It seems almost foolish to
ut it off any longer, when it is such a simple, easy
latter to start a bank account.
BANK OF EDGEFIELD
OFFICERS : J. C. Sheppard, President; B. E. Nicholson, vice-President;
. J. Mims, Cashier; J. H. Allen, Assistant Oashier.
DIRECTORS : J. C. Sheppard, Geo. W. Adams, Thos. H. Rainsford, John
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A telephone on the Farm affords the Farmer's family freedom
from isolation as well as protection in the absence of the men.
Mr. S. S. Lee, of Blanch, N. C., writes: "Some time ago one
of our friends' husband was compelled to be off until ten o'clock at
night. During that time no one was in the house but his wife.
She talked to us all up and down the line, and each family was
readv to go to her at a minute's notice. She said she was so glad
she had a phone, as she would not feel at all lonely."
Write for our free booklet and see how little it costs to have a
telephone on your Farm. Address
Farmers Line Department
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
? TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Contii rr y or C2., Atlanta, Ga.
We have accepted the agency for the
Ford Automobiles for Edgefield County,
and will have constantly on hand a stock
of Touring Cars and Run-Abouts. Shall
be pleased to show them to those who
contemplate buying a car. The Ford
cars defy Edgefield's winter roads.
They are an All-the-Year-Round Car
We will also carry a full assortment of
all parts of the Ford cars, and can fill or
ders at our Garag; without your having
to wait to get extra par. s by express.
Make your auto wants known to us, and
we will satisfy them cn short notice and
at reasonable prices.
Auto and Repair Shop
Edgefield, South Carolina
ARRINGTON BROS. & CO.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in
Corn, Oats, Hay and all
Kinds of Feeds
Corner Cumming and Fenwick Streets
On Georgia R. R. Tracks
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