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3> Miss Willie Mae Wise, Home Eco:
The Monticello Home Demonstration
club will meet the second Friday,
June 9th, at 4 o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. Z. W. Bedenbaugh.
Folding: Ironing Board.
This ironing board is a step saver.
Being hinged to the wall, it is always
ready and in place. It may be hooked
up against the wall out of the
way when not in use. The leg is hinged
to the board and falls flat when
the board is lifted. With it down and
in use, the leg is not in the way and
skirts may be ironed without lifting
or changing. The directions for makare
Length? 57 in., rounded at free
Width?a. attached end, 15 in. b.
Free end, 10 1-2 in.
Leg?a. 58 1-2 in., to "be changed to
euit height of board, b. Attach to
board 11 in. from free end.
Hinges?To be attached by hinges
to the wall 33 in. from the floor. For
use by person above average height
board should be higher, which will
require a longer leg.
Wood?To be made of thoroughly
seasoned wood 11-2 in. in thickness.
Padding?Any heavy material such
as cotton flannel or a partially worn,
out blanket, a. Cut to shape of
board, allowing 2 in. cn each, side and
end. a. Bring extra 2 in. to underside
of board and tack firmly and
smoothly in place.
Ironing Sheet?Use bleached muslin
(homespun), a. Cut to shape of
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uua.ru, uuuvwiig t in. uu siucs emu cuu
and hem all around, b. Attach tapes
on opposite sides, about 10 in. apart.
Tie the sheet on with these tapes,
c. (Make two sheets.
The cover and sheet may be left of
when putting the board up by allowing
sufficient space when adjusting
'the button or screw hook and eye
which holds the board in place.
In making, preserves, the object is
to have the fruit permeated with
sirup. Care must be taken to do this
gradually so as to prevent the shrinking
and toughening which results
when fruit is placed at once in very
dense sirup. It is also important not
to pack the finished preserves in sirup
heavy enough to crystallize later.
Practically the same methods are
to be followed in preserving and making
jams Of all berries. Berries should
be gathered in shallow trays or has
kets and not in deep vessels wnicn
allow them to be bruised and crushed.
They should be uniform, ripe,
and sound. Select only large, firm
berries for preserving; those for jam
may contain the smaller and broken
ones. All 'berries should be carefully
sorted and lightly washed by placing
in a colander and pouring water
over them rather than putting them
into a pan of water.
To retain the best possible color
and flavor, sirup for preserved berries
should be made of a berry juice
obtained by crushing, heating and
straining the softer, broken berries.
Add 1 pint of sugar to each pint of
berry juice and allow to boil 10 minutes.
Weigh the choice perfect berries
after removing the caps or stems
and allow 1 pound of sugar extra
for each pound of whole berries.
Add the extra sugar to the sirup,
bring to a boil and skim. Remove
from the fire and cool sirup before
dropping the berries into it to prevent
shriveling and toughening the fruit.
I'lace over me me anu unug siuwij
to a boil and simmer until the berries
are heated through being very
careful not to overcook; the berries
should remain whole. Lift the ber.
ries from tfle sirup an? place carefully
into shallow pans. Pour sirup
over them and allow to staud over
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"berries before pouring the sirup over
them. Cap, process, and seal. The
preserves may be packed hot, after
removing from the fire, capped and
processed immediately. The sirup in
which berry preserves are packed
will often need to be boiled down after
In selecting berries for jam, the
ripe broken ones suggested above
will give fine color and flavor, but at
the same time there should always be
about one-half Hie quantity which are
sttghtiy trnderrfpe. -This is necessary
to give a jelly-like consistency to the
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product. Cooking in small quantities j
also helps to retain color and fla.or.
Weigh the berries and allow threefourths
pound of suger to each pound
of fruit. Rapid cooking with constant
care is essential.
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or paddle, moving it across the center
of the vessel first one way and
then the opposite and next around the
pan; gently moving the mixture from
the bottom of the pan, being careful
not to stir rapidly or beat. When
finished it will give the same test as
required from finished jelly; that is,
when a little is held a moment, cooled
in a spoon and allowed to drop
from the side of the spoon it will not
pour but will fall in a sheet or flake.
Pure Duroc Jersey pigs.
Grade pigs cheap.
One tdn Crimson Clover seed. Let
me know how many you want.
Bur clover seed.
Vetch and oats mixed.
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
x The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop College
and for the admission of new
students will be neld at the county
court house on Friday, July 7, at 9
a. m. Applicants must not be less
Liiaii oiailcu ? cai o ui n
. scholarships are vacant after July 7
? they will be awarded to those making
tion, provided they meet the condi;
tions governing the award. Applicants
for scholarships should write
to President Johnson before the examination
for scholarship examination
Scholarships are vrorth $100 ano
r free tuition. -The next session will
rvnp.n Senf-ember 2ft 1916 For further
j information and catalogue, address J
j Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
I DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing by
and between Charles J. Purcell and
Patrick E. 'Scott, under the firm name
j of Purcell and .Scott, has been dissolved
by mutual consent, and that
nil the assets of the said partnership
have been sold and transferred to The
| Purcell Company, a corporation un
der the laws of the State of South
Carolina, and that said corporation
has assumed all obligations and liabilities
of the said partnership.
Charles J. Purcell,
Patrick E. Scott,
The Purcell Company, by
Charles J. Purcell,
Joint Council Meeting.
The joint council ol the pastorate
of St. Paul, Bachman Chapel and St.
Phillips Lutheran churches will hold
a meeting at the Bachman Chapel
church on Friday afternoon, June 9,
at 3 o'clock. All the members are
urged to be present.
j. A. C. Kibler,
I) III JB W 1LIIJMIIJIMM I MIIilllJ-i
Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the
;Stomach and Intestines, !A:uto-Intoxication,
Yellow Jaundice, Appeirdicitis
and other fatal ailments result from
Stomaih Trouble. Thousands of Stomach
Sufferers owe their complete recovery
to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy.
Unlike any other for Stomach Ailments.
For sale by Gilder & Weeks
and druggists everywhere.
THE SOUTH'S MOST |
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COLUMBIA, S. C. !
Plies Cared in 6 to 14 Days
Sour druggist "will refund mone7 it PAZO
OINTMENT falls to cure'any case of Itching.
Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles iu 6 to 14 days ^
The first application gives Ease ead Kest- t JC.
HEiiyf A R Kil 0 ! ? I *
Mrs. Sheldon Spent $ 1900 for J
Treatment Without Bene- L
fit. Finally Made Well by \
Lydia E. Pinkham's V eg- i
etable Compound. (
Englewood, 111. ? " While going 1
through the Change of Life I suffered
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j|| !lagpji I vousness, flashes of c
\\lmmm III heat, and I suffered t
so much I did not c
|jlf know what I was "
doing at times. I
I spent $1900 on doc- e
T ^feif I tors anc* not one ^ I
f J me any good. One
\t ,^?S4lil] day a lady called at '
U?r ? house and said r
1 \ MlliP5 S^e been as sick j
*' * 11 ^i-P:- /.> / as I was at one time,
: and Lydia E. Pink- *
c : ?'ham's Vegetable c
Compound made her well,so I took it and t
now I am just as well as I ever was. I
cannot understand why women don't I
see how much pain and suffering they ]
would escape by taking vour medicine. ^
I cannot praise it enough for it saved
my life and kept me from the Insane '
Hospital."?Mrs. E. Sheldon, 5657 S. t
Halsted St., Englewood, 111.
Physicians undoubtedly did their best, *
battled with tms case steadily ana couia <
do no more,but often the most scientific
treatment is surpassed by the medicinal (
properties of the good old fashioned
roots and herbs contained in Lydia E. 1
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. <
If any complication exists it
pays to write the Lydia E. Pinkbam
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.,
for special free advice.
HUSBAND IN DESPAIR
SICK ALL HfcR LIFE
WIFE HAD CEASED EATING AND
HAS APPETITE NOW
Mrs. J. H. Johnson, of No. 7 Char
lotte street, Charleston, wile or j. rt.
Johnson, the well known engineer on
the Seaboard Air -Line Railroad, after
having received medical advice in
Virginia, North Carolna and Tennessee
at dfferent intervals since she
was fifteen years of age to the effect
that she was suffering from ulcerated
stomach and gall stone, gives
a vivid illustration of what Tanlac
is daily accomplishing for like sufferers.
/She had stomach trouble all her
life, was prone to fits of vomiting and
was absolutely lacking in appetite.
After taking only two doses of Tanlac,
she declares, she ate the first food
that she had eaten in sixteen weeks.,"I
suffered from stomach trouble
all my life,'' states Mrs. Johnson.
"When I was two years old I was
given up by my physicians to die, and
again when I was fifteen years old.
I have had, according to eminent
in Virginia Xorth
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Carolina and Tennessee, gall stone
and ulcerated stomach, and they' finally
said an obstruction in my stomach.
On consulting medical advice
in Charleston, I was informed that it
was impossible to state just what the
"'My most distressing symptom was
vomiting. For sixteen weeks before I
took Tanlac I had been unable to retain
anything on my stomach?not
even medicine or raw eggs. I was
told I would have died for lack of j
nourishment if I had not been so j
stout. 1 weighed 227 pounds before
I took sick, and I have really lived
on superfluous flesh for bodily nourishment.
My husband had given up
all hope. One evening recently I remarked
how badly and emaciated I
looked. Mr. Johnson burst out crying,
and said, 'Lucy, don't say that.
Just think! One month ago I thought
you would die. I had given up all
hope, and here you are nearly well.'
"It is true. I have taken a little
over three 'bottles of Tanlac. After
taking only two doses?now, don't
laugh; it is a fact?after I had taken
two doses I ate the first food I had
eaten in sixteen weeks. I consider
that wonderful indeed. I am now
eating nearly everything 1 want. I
have not vomited since I took my
second dose of Tanlac and I am feeling
much stronger. (
"I certainly do recommend Tanlac *
[or what it has done for me. I had *
iearly given up hope, and Tanlac has 1
ione what I didn't think any medi- ?
cine or physician could do. It is ?
simply wonderful. I can not say (
jnough good things about it." 5
Tanlac, the master medicine, is sold 1
exclusively by Gilder & Weeks, 6
dewberry; Prosperity Drug Co., Pros- *
>erity; Little Mountain Drug Co., Lit
:le Mountain; Dr. iW. O. Holloway. A
?happells; Whitmire Pharmacy, Whit- c
nire; D. J. Livingston, Silverstreet.
3rice $1 per bottle straight.?Adv.
THE HERALD AND NEWS ONE c
fEAR FOR ONLY $1.50. C
VOTlt'K OK i-:LK(TIO\ I.\ JOHK
M iiOtfL s?!Vriii('T NO.
Whorc-as. one-third of the resident |
..T:d 'a lik^ nroiiorrion of the i
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-esident freeholders of ilie age ofjl
\ve:Uy-o:ie years, in the Forkji
school district No. oo of the County j
>f Newberry, .State of South Carolina, j
lave filed a petition with the County I
Joard of Education of Newberry!
bounty, South Carolina, petitioning
md requesting that an election be
leld in said School District on the
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[uesuon 01 levying an auuiuunai <-a.\ i
)f two (2) mills to be collected on ali
lie taxable property within the said
Now, therefore, we tne undersigned,
composing the County Board of
Education for Newberry County,
State of South Carolina, do hereby
>rder the Board of Trustees of the
^ork School District No. 55, to
iol-d an election on the said question
)f levying an additional special tax of
wo (2) mills to be collected on the'
property located in the said School
District, which said election shall be
leld at the Fork school House in said
School District No. 55, on. Saturday,
:he 24th day of June, 1916, at which
said election the polls shall be opened
it 7- a. m. and closed at 4 p. m.
The members of the Board of Trustees
of said School District shall act
as managers of said election. Only i
such electors as reside in said School
District and return Teal or personal
property for taxation, and who exhibit
their tax receipts ai.d registration
certificates as required in general
elections, shall be allowed to
vote. Electors favoring the levy of j
such tax shall cast a ballot contain-!
ing the word "Yes"' written or printQfl
tViorortn PflfTi ftlpnt.Ar OTVlOSed
to such levy shall cast a ballot containing
the word "Xo"' written or
Given under our hands and seal
this the 5th day of June, 1916.
Chas. P. Barre,
0. B. Cannon.
Ben M. 'Selzter,
Members of Count? ^oard of Education.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE3IENT
I will make a final settlement as
guardian of the estate of William
Stuck and Lula Pearl Stuck, in the
probate court for Newbery county S.
C., on the 9th day of June, 1910, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon and will immediately
thereafter ask foi a final
discharge as guardian of said estate.
J. W. Stuck,
May 8. 1916. Guardian.
We will have our children's day
exercises in the Mollohon church on
the 2nd Sunday night in June at 7:3(\,
o'clock. We invite everybody to come.
We have a very pretty porgram. Come
and help us to get the banner lor our
J. M. Swindler,
TV. R. Bouknight,
r* r\ r\ rr
torus tome Utt
LIKE Banana Peel
Wondetrfnl, Simple "Geta-It" >'eyer
Fails to Remove Any Corn Easily.
"Wouldn't it jar you? Here I've
been going along for years, with, one
desnerate corn after another, trying
to get rid of them with salves that
Hesitate! Use Sure "Gets-It" for Thos?
Corns and Save Year Life and Your Toes!
iat off the toes, tapes that stick to
;he stocking, bandages ana piasters
hat make a package of the toes, tryng
blood-bringing razors and scissors.
Then I tried 'Gets-It' just once
md you ought to have seen that corn
;ome off?just like a banana peel." It's
;imple, wonderful. It's t'ne new way,
jainless, applied in two seconds, nev>r
hurts healthy flesh or irritates.
Nothing to press on tne corn. i\ever
aile. Quit the old ways for once anyvay
and try "Gets-It" tonight. For
:orns, calluses, warts and bunions.
"Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 25c a'
)ottIe, or sent direct by E. Lawrence j
'c Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Newberry j
.nd recommended as the worM's-best
orn remedy by Gilder & Weeks, W.
I Mayes anci P. E. (Way.
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HARLEY - DAVIDS01
A few second hand Moto
your old Motorcycle and ge
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ttarley-Davidson on install]
H. 0. ST01
I he flac
See my 10c <
Glass, Tinware, 1
many other usefu
Mayes Book ?
The House ol
THE FARMERS OIL MILL
Newberry, S. C., May 27, 1916.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Farmers Oil Mill company
will be held in the court house
at Newberry, >S. C., on Wednesday,
June 7th, 1916, at 11 o'clock, for the
election of directors for the ensuing j
year, and for the transaction of*other >
business. Please attend in person or
J. H. Wicker, ,
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
fo get the genuine, call for f*dl lirae, LAXA
CITE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature o.
E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stop*
cou&h an J headache, and worn t ort cold 2Lr
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of Rural Tel
We are anxious So se
other parties and connecte
condition as to lurmsn era
owners of rural lines are re
we want to co-operate wit]
All lines require a th
sionally if the best service
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recommend that every u
overhauled at least once a :
experienced telephone mac
cost of this work when div
of the line, makes the am
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small, and tnis cost win oe
If the owners of rural t
tion are experiencing troufa
will appreciate their talking
Manager or writing us fu
what we can toward helpii
UlU'JIi U1 JUU1 JLLUC.
SOUTHERN BELL TI
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Aiiir J. fiiiCQiuu u
BOX l<i3, C0I
rcycles cheap. Trade in
;t a new one. Buy a new
ments and pay while you
2>s ?, 4
e to Buy
:ounter of China,
: Variety Store
f 1000 Things
NEWBERRY ASTONISHED BY SIMPLE
Newberry people are astonished at
the INSTANT action o? simple buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed
in Adler-i-ka. ONE SPOONFUL removes
such surprising foul matter it
relieves almost ANY CASE constipation,
sour stomach or gas. Because
Adler-i-ka acts on BOftH lower and
upper bo.vel, a few doses often relieve
or prevent appendicitis. A short
treatment helps chronic stomach
trouble. Gilder & Weeks, Co.? dr.;*,- i
THE HERALD AND NEWS\ >>'H
YEAR FOR ONLY $1.50.
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fc Ownora ^ J -1
/ V/. T T J.AVA. VJ
ephone Lines I
i that all lines owned by
d with us are kept in such
cient service. Where the J
sponsible for their upkeep, m
U j-U fl
orough overeauling occa- M
is to'be obtained. We
ne connected with us be ?
rear, and that at least one
i assist in this work. The
ided among all the patrons
tount paid by each man I
more than offset by the
elephone lines in this see*
>le with their service, we
: the matter orer with our
Ily. We will gladly do S
lg you improve the con- - I
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