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L?t us realize that thoughts are
forces, that like creates like, and at
tracts like and to determine one's
thinking therefore is to determine- his
Ufe.-Ralph Waldo Trine.
"When the oyster season closes clams,
crabs and shrimps have their season.
In many parts of
our country these
may be obtained
fresh from the wa
ter, hut the conned
variety is not to be
Pl a i n boiled
crab eaten right
from the shell
with a bowl of melted, butler .lo dip
them info, must once be eaten to prove
it is one of the choicest of dishes.
Crab Salad.-The crab meat ls care
fully removed from the shell after be
ing cooked in boiling salted water,
mixed witli salad dressing and served
on lettuce or a bed of water cress.
Deviled Crsb.-To the moat from
a d ?zen crabs add a tablespoonful of
bread crumbs, one tablespoonful of
melted butter, one hard cooked egg,
chopped tine, a dash of pepper, two
tablespoonfuls of . salad dressing and
onion or catchup to suit the taste. Put
this mixture into the cleaned shells,
isprinkln with buttered crumbs and
bake until the crumbs are brown.
Clam Chowder.-Fry four slices of
salt pork, cut in line dice, until brown ;
then add two tablespoonfuls of flour, j
:and one large onion chopped fine.
Kvhen the onion is li^ht yellow add a
cupful or two of diced raw potato
and a pint of ooilins: water and when
they are nearly tender drop in a quart
of clams that have been chopped or
ground, season with salt and pepper,
add a pint of hot milk and serve pip- j
ing hot with crackers.
Crab Stew.-Melt a tablespoonful of j
butter, add two of flour and cook until
well blended. Add a beaten egg with I
a pint of milk, a pinch of soda and 1
the meat of half a dozen crabs, salt, |
pepper and celery salt to taste. Serve
with hot hominy. Shrimps carefully :
cleaned are served with celery on a
bed of lettuce with salad dressing. j
Crab Croquettes.-Prepare the crabs
as for deviled crab, removing the!
brown part. Mold in the form of ero-1
quc-ites, add a little baking powder
to the bread crumbs used for dipping, |
.using a yolk of egg and as much cold
w-ater as egg. Dip the croquettes in
Ithe crumbs, then egg and crumbs
?again and fry as usual in deep fat.
Preparations should now be made
for fall hatching. Many poultry
raisers find that fall is a good time
to hatch chickens. The incubators
may be started in September after
the nights have grown cooler and
by the time the hatch has come eff
the weather is such that little dif
ficulty should be had in raising the
chickens. Cold weather should
very seldom come iu the southwest
till the ycung chickens are old
enough to have sufficient feathers
for ample protection.
The same may be said of hatch
ing with hens where farmers have
but a very few eggs for fall batch
ing. Hens will need care and the
poultry yard had best be cleaned
and arranged several weeks be
fore any young chickens are ex
It is not always easy to have fer
tile eggs for fall hatching because
many, wishing to reduce expense of
feeding cockerals, dispose of them
early in summer or late in the spring.
Furthermore, hen ssome
times fail to lay at the early
fall season when hatching eggs are
needed unless special attention is
carefully given some time previous.
Etence it will be seen that prepara
tions should be made now for fall
Chickens hatched in early fall
should bring fancy prices as broil
ers or fryers near the holiday sea
son. There is generally a great de
mand for fryers or broilers at that
season and those who have them
usually are fortunate.
Pullets hatched early in the fall
?should lay the following spring.
This ?3 a time when layers will be
needed. Furthermore, after win
ter begins insects and disease arei
not likely to give trouble like in
mid-summer when spring-hatched
chicks are susceptible.-Farm and
Free of Charge.
Any adult suffering from cough,
cold or bronchitis, is invited to call
at the drug store of Collett &
Mitchell and get absolutely free, a
sample bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup, a soothing and bealing reme
dy for all lung troubles, which has
a successful record of fifty years.
Gives the patient a good night's
rest free from coughing, with free
expectora ion in the morning.
Regular sizes, 25 and 75 cents.
For sale in all civilized countries.
We are in the midst of summer,
and everybody needs clothing suited
to the weather. We have an un
broken stock in every department.
Come in and let us show you.
We can supply ready-to-wear gar
ments for men or women or we can
sell you the material to make up in
the home at very reasonable prices.
. Also let us show you our slippers
and oxfords for men, women and
children. Styles, leather, quality
and price are all right. Come in
and let us prove what we say.
Daiteli Bros. Bargain Store
Next Door to Farmers Bank
? BARRETT & COMPANY ?
i (INCORPORATED) H
S Augusta.Georgia |
Some of the Good Things About Martin's
Liver Medicine That Can't be Said About
Drugs Containing Nauseating Calomel
W. L. Roberts, 590 Duncan Ave.,
Macon, Ga., was recently induced to
try the guaranteed Martin's Liver
Medicine-"the medicine that has no
calomel in it, but does the work just
the same." After using one bottle
Mr. Roberts wrote to the Georgia
Medicine Company as follows: ~)
"I have used my first bottle of Martin's
Liver Medicine and have given it to my
children. I am absolutely overjoyed with
its action. Thc pleasant taste makes it easy
to rive children and it acts so pleasantly,
mildly and beneficially on them that they
ncTer associate it with medicine. I take it
myself without having to suspend household
duties as is the case when I use other medi
cines. My household equipment is not now
complete without Martin's Liver Medicine."
It is really foolish for anybody, to
take calomel-a sickening, nauseating,
poisonous mineral that used to be
prescribed by physicians in days when
the medical fraternity didn't know
In thfi9e days of progress and en
lightenment, modern physicians pre
scribe a vegetable laxative intsead of
a mineral one. Such medicine as Mar- j
tin's Liver Medicine, for instance, will
fulfill all the requirements of a laxa-1
tive or purgative, acting effectively on
the liver and mildly on the bowels
witout the pain or discomfort which
accompanies use of calomel. (
Martin's Liver Medicine is one of I
the few absolutely guaranteed pre
parations. If it does not give entire I
satisfaction, the empty bottle may be
returned to the druggist and the 50c |
will be cheerfully refunded.
Martin's Liver Medicine is not only
pleasant in its action, but pleasant to
take. It is one of Nature's remedies,
restores the liver to normal action,
thereby guarding the health.
> You ought to have a bottle of Mar
tin's Liver Medicine in your medicine
chest all the time. A dose or two of
it when you feel headachy or billioua
will stave off a spell of sickness.
For Sale by COLLETT & MITCHELL, Edgefield, S. C.
We call the attention of the boys
and men to our light-weight, warm
weather garments-just what you
need during these sweltering July
Light-weight underwear, light
weight suits, light-weight extra
trousers, light-weight coats.
Also see our stylish oxfords.
Everything to help you keep
DORN & MIMS
State of South Carolina t Court of
County of Edgefield. i Common
IV. M. Rowland, Plaintiff; vs. Lucy
Philpot, Def emin nt
NV?liee to Creditors to file and
All persons having claims against
the Estate of Charil" Philpot, Jr.,
wil! pleas*! take notice thal they are
required hy Order of Court in above
cause to fi!?'and prove same before
me on or before the 1st day of
October next, (191 '/), or their claims
will be forever barred thereafter as
provided in said Decree, as to any
and all funds now in my hands as
Master in re the above stated cause.
J. H. Camelon,
Master for Edgefield County.
Dated July 13, l'-lT
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who suffer, lt should
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Mrs. N. E. Varner, of
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Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in
Corn, Oats, Hay and all
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Corner Cumming and Fenwick Streets
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Distributing agents for Flintkote roofing
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