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! who works cheerfully and merrily,
r rests cheerfully and merrily and does
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SANDWICHES AND SALADS FOR
A most attractive cabbage salad ls
made as follows: Mix together finely
jMuagamf ^HmuM shredded cabbage
jPSL??jB ?and green peppers
Mm s? and olives. Chop
I the olives and re
|H?URH(?| I move the seeds
' ' IwPmm\ and tou?h white
^^/^^^I^H portion from the
^C^^^tJT peppers. Moisten
with a rich mayon
naise dressing and fill lemon oops
-with the mixture. Place each on a
small plate, covered with a doily.
A most delicious salad and one easy
to prepare ls crisp fresh lettuce
dressed with a French dressing to
which has been added a teaspoonful
of tomato catchup, a tablespoonful of
chopped green pepper, a teaspoonful
of minced parsley and a tablespoonful
of chopped onion. Shake or heat well
with a Dover eggbeater, and serve
very cold. The dressing is best passed
as the oil and vinegar wilts the lettuce
Mock Crab Sandwiches.-Take a
quarter of a cupful of grated cheese,
a pinch of mustard and pepper, a quar
ter of a teaspoonful of Bait, a teaspoon
ful of anchovy paste, a tablespoonful
of chopped olives, a teaspoonful of
lemon juice and two tablespoonfuls of
creamed butter. Spread on buttered
bread after blending well.
Fig Paste for Sandwiches, - Cat
three-quarters of a po and of figs into
small pieces, add the name amount of
brown sugar, a quarter of a pound of
seeded raisins, a cupful of water and
the juice of half a lerne n. Stew on the
back of the stove until very soft, re
move and add a tablespoonful of va
nilla. Put all through the meat grind
er and to clean the grinder finish with
three or four crackers which may be i
added to the paste. This will keep if
packed in jars indefinitely and is deli
cious as a sandwich filling for any
kind of bread or crackers. Used with
two kinds of bread, the slices pressed
together and then cut like cake makes
a most attractive sandwich.
Cocoanut Sandwiches.-Take a cup
ful of freshly grated cocoanut, a half
cupful of chopped almonds, a tea
spoonful of lemon juice, two teaspoon
fuls of powdered sugar and three ta
blespoonfuls of thick cream. Spread
this on wafers or buttered bread.
There ts never a thing remembered so
As the word with kindness fraught;
And never a sky with ni bright a glow
As you make with a loving thought.
A REVIEW OF SOME HOMELY
We of :en forget the old and satisfy
ing dishes of which we used to be
so fond in the multi
plicity of newer dishes
appearing every day. It
is well to look over the
recipes that have been
marked by much using
and see if we cannot sur
prise our families with
an old favorite.
Apple Dowdy.-Line a
baking dish with slices
of brown bread, buttered; fill the
spaces with apples which have been
pared, cored and chopped; mix a tea
spoonful of cinnamon with a half cup
ful of brown sugar, .sprinkled over the
apples; add a half cupful of water,
lay on another layer of bread but
tered side up. Bake slowly for one
hour and serve with clear sauce. Use
a cupful of cider thickened with two
tablespoonfuls each of flour and but
ter, eooked together.
Prune Souffle.-Remove the stones
from half a pound of stewed prunes;
press the primes through a sieve; add
to them the yolks of three eggs, slight
ly beaten, and four tablespoonfuls of
powdered sugar. Fold in the well
beaten whites of six eggs; turn into
a baking dish; dust the top with pow
dered sugar, bake in a quick oven for
15 minutes or until the egg is set
Send immediately to the table and
serve with cream and sugar.
Fruit Gelatin.-Stone and chop a
quarter of a pound of dates; mix with
the same amount of figs; a sliced
banana, the pulp of an orange and a
few shredded almonds; cover a box of
gelatin with a half pint of cold wa
ter and let soak for half an hour.
Add to lt a cupful of sugar and a quart
of boiling water; stir until dissolved;
add juice of two lemons and one or
ange and two teaspoonfuls of caramel.
Strain into a mold over the fruit and
set away to harden. Serve with
whipped cream garnished with candied
? Favorite Dessert (Mrs. Rorer's).
Mix orange pulp, white grapes, cut in
halves with seeds removed, candied
?cherries, chopped and grated pineapple
with powdered sugar. Fill sherbet
cups with two tablespoonfuls of this;
add a tablesponful of lemon ice and
four tablespoonfuls of whipped cream.
Serve at once.
TO COOK ASPARAGUS
MANY WAYS IN WHICH VEGE
TABLE MAY BE SERVED.
Because of Ita Health-Giving Qualities
lt Should Be on the Table ne
Often a? lt Can Be
Much has been written and said
about the health-giving qualities of
asparagus. Taking all these qualities
for granted, here are some interesting
ways of cooking this vegetable so that
it may be served many times without
palling on the most enacting and fas
Baked With Cheese.-Drain boiled
asparagus and arrange the stalks
neatly on a buttered baking dish.
Fry. a chopped onion in. butter and
pour! this over the asparagus. Sprinkle
over it bread crumbs and grated
cheese and bake brown. The aspara
gus can bo cut into one-inch lengths
for this dish.
Pried Asparagus.-Boil the aspara
gus, drain it, dip each stalk in I eat
en egg crumbs and fry in deep fat
Serve with cream sauce.
Creamed.-Cut a bunch or two of
asparagus into one-inch lengths and
boil until tender. Drain and put into
rich, white sauce, rather thick, for
the asparagus contains water that
thins it; heat thoroughly, season with
salt and paprika and serve very hot
In Rolls.-Remove the center from
stale, rather long, pointed rolls and
fry the rolls golden brown in deep
fat Drain on brown paper and keep
hot Cut a bunch of asparagus, in
the meantime, into one-inch lengths
and boil until tender. Drain and put
in a double boiler with a cupful of
milk. Add the yolks of five eggs and
stir until thick and smooth. Set .son
with salt and a little grated nutmeg
and pour into the hot rolls. White
sauce may be used instead of the egg
sauce if desired.
Baked Asparagus.-Cut asparagus
into inch lengths and boil. Drain and
put a layer in a buttered baking c" ish.
Season with salt and pepper, dot with
bits of butter, sprinkle with crumbs
and finely-minced boiled egg. Add more
asparagus and repeat in the order
mentioned until the dish is filled.
Eave crumbs on top and bake brown.
Served Cold.-Boil until tender
stalks of asparagus and drain them.
Chill them and serve them with may
onnaise, with hollandaise or with tar
tar sauce. It can also be served
with a sauce of oil and vinegar,
sprinkle with chopped cucumber
Bolled.-Boiled asparagus can be
served with melted butter, pepper and
salt, either on toast or without it;
with drawn butter or white sauce, with
a little hot cream poured over it or
with melted butter and lemon Juice.
No odor of cooking should greet the
guest in a private home, or even an
apartment -which claims to be of the
A simple and agreeable deodorizer
may be made of a handful of cloves,
allowed to scorch with bits of orunge
peel OL a tin plate in the oven. This
mixture imparts a fragrance not un
like that of carnations, and, scattered
about the rooms, it will completely
destroy the odor of cooking vegetables
o?* roasting meats In the country the
wise housewife may gather sweet
elovei and the sprigs, if dried out, will
impart a fresh and delicious fragrance
to the house linens all next winter.
Lavender, that standby of old-time
housekeepers, may be purchased in lit
tle bags at trifling cost and makeB a
delightful fragrance for the linen
New Idea for Doughnuts.
When frying doughnuts have a dish
of boiling water beside the hot fat
As you remove the doughnuts from
the frying kettle dip hastily into the
boiling water. This removes all
grease and renders them more health
ful than they would otherwise be.
There is another point not to be
despised when lard ls as expensive
as it is at present After the water
cools the grease may be skimmed
from the top and used again. One
will be surprised to see the amount
of fat that will rise.
One cupful of orange juice, one cup?
ful of granulated sugar, one ten-cent
bottle of maraschino cherries, one
pint of whipped cream. Dissolve su
gar in orange Juice; chop cherries
fine, whip cream stiff. Mix ingredi
ents, add one tablespoonful of gelatin
dissolved in cold water. Put in mold
and pack in ice and salt from tiree
to four hours.
Economical Sponge Cake.
Two eggs, one cupful sugar, one
half cupful hot water, one cupful flour,
Itt teaspoonfuls baking powder and a
pinch of salt Beat the yolks with
half the sugar, then add hot water,
then the remaining sugar and flour,
sifted with baking powder and salt
Lastly fold the stiffly beaten whites in.
Bake 20 minutes in medium oven.
Flavor to taste.
Fried Fish for Breakfast
Among the seasonable fish which
fry most satisfactorily for breakfast
are perch, butter fish, porgies, floun
ders, river bass and both weakfish
and whitefish and smelts.
Any one of these, fried and se -ved
with potatoes in some form, prefer
ably creamed or baked, make a most
delicious Lenten breakfast menu.
DUE TO AN
Many of the troubles of life such
as headache, indigestion, constipa
tion and lack of energy are due to
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these troubles disappear. It has
none of the dangers or disagreeable
effects of calomel.
Get a 60o or $1 bottle of this
splendid remedy from your drug
gist today. Every bottle bears the
likeness of L. E. Grigsby, who
guarantees it through'.
Land for Sale
Life is too short to go on
renting land, when you can
buy a small farm for almost
the rent money.
I have land in small lots
around Johnston, and near
Batesburg, Meeting Street,
Celestia, Rocky Creek or
Fruit Hill, Ropers and near
Edgefield, and lots and
stores in the town of Edge
Edgefield, S. C.
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Notice of Final Settle
ment and Final Dis
State of South Carolina,
; County of Edgefield.
Whereas, Mrs. Annie E. Rives
has made application unto this Court
for final discharge as administra
trix in re the estate of James U.
Rives deceased, on this the 10th
day of May, 1915.
The&e, Are Therefore, to cite any
and all kindred creditors, or parties
interested, that said administratrix
will make a full and final settlement
of said estate in my office on 10th
day of June, 1915. And will ask
at said time and place for final dis
charge, as said administratrix of
said estate, and you are hereby re
quired to show cause before rae in
my office at Edgefield, South Caro
lina, at said time why said order of
discharge should not be granted.
W. T. KINNAIRD,
Probate Judge E. C.
May 10. 1915.
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Make the Old Suits
We are better prepared
than ever to do first-class
work in cleaning and press
ing of all kinds. Make your
old pants or suit new by let
ing ns clean and press them.
Ladies skirts and suits al
so cleaned and pressed. Sat
Edgefield Pressing Club
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