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PICKLE8 ADD lf8T TO MEAT pickle recipes recommem
hold specialists of the 1
NOW IS TIME TO MAKE THEM Department of Agricultu
.ilpickles are madeJ
Put the Aftermath of the Garden into salted cucumbers (the
Brine and Make Pickles Later or choice
Make Them at Once--Tested Re- keeping qualities). Et
cipes for Various Kinds. dill seed or herb and "dii
Pickles posses slittle food value but ne sed adbyle
they add~ zest variety to a meal. They to otebie
are the jazz element in the culinarySok10cumesi
world and as such are well worth the bie(bu 5one
time and money the housekeeper ex- qat fwtr ni
pendls in the making of them. Now is gv nai et .et
the time to lay up a supply for the tse ihltu ae
winte, and below re gveno ed bogh atpie a ckug s
" culd ader seed, and puyte
myself on tia n Stoeth i nly
A give ancount regularlyemait
taiedandadested will linuraer
yohat "little money"t which is
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First National Bank
W. C. DAVIS, J. A. WEINBI
J. T. STUKES. Cashier.
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led by house- and arrange in layers in a crock, put- use of a multitude of c(
Jnited States ting in a layer of cherry or grape different shapes and sizes
re. leaves first, then the cucumbers, then keting of fruits and veget
Irom fresh or a few cloves, the dill, a few small keting specitgists of the
former are pieces of red pepper, and then the Markets, United States De,
iave better leaves. Continue until the crock is Agriculture, say that th
nploy pickledl full. Cover with tho brine which was ment of a universal unit<
spice," comn- drained off and to which has beern add- ment is necessary.
pepp~er, cori- ed one-half cup of miustardi seed, one- Th -nto uhlies
ves, in addi- half cup of horseradish and one-half comeedi t ouhe mstrk
cup of salt. Cover with a light weight chemmendedushelthe stricke
a 30..degree and seal air-tight with paraffin -for cester, t his con2,ain
i salt to 6 winter use. e. Wt hscna
'e brine will Tomato Relish, no difficulty in dleterminii
rns red when Scald and skin 15 ripe tomatoes, tolevel ullI isot a it
(which may Pare, core, and cut into small pieces 6 cietl.z toprit the beu
ore). Drain sour apples. Peel 5 medium-sized on-.cetz to distiguis the utbl
ions. Chop all of these very fine, us- practicable for use in the
ing a food chopper if you have one- shipment of fruits -mdl
Pt into a large saucepan with- and in the opinion of the
2olvel tablespoons of salt.' specialists the establishme
3 reen peppers or 1 level teaspoonl unit of measurement for
of backpeppt'.for fruits and vegetable sold
1-3 teaspoon of cayenne peppIer. would constitute an impc
1-2 pimt of vinegar. toward formulating a consi:
rigto a boil and boil slowly 1 1-2 of standardization that co
hours. Remove the vessel from the plied to practically all typ4
stove, put the relish into scalded jars ages.
or bottles, and seal while hot. This ThueusHpcait
ith mldans, delicous wher etberved that all weight per bushel
Tomt meats p oytr, o-eeals ing to fruits and vegetablei
Tomao Casup.repealed for the reason th
Ulse ripe tonmatoes. Cut in half,________________
cook thoroughly, strain through colan
decr or seive. To 1 gallon of this
stramned pulp add 2 tablespoonfuls of
salt, 1 of pepper, 3 or sugar, 1 of pow- 111
dleredl mustard; 2 pods5 of redl pepper, O
sliced andl with seeds removed; and a
small muslin bag containing 1 table
sipoonful of whole allspice, 1 of bits of * L. L
cinnamon bark, I of pepper corns, and
1 of whole cloves. Boil rapidly for
ab~out two hours or until thick; then
add two cups of vinegar; bc' . e tl
necessary to thicken further,
ing out the spice hag. P~
scalded bottles and seal whil
new corks. One-half cupful- E erti
ped white onions nmay be co~ v rti
the tomato pulp if (dsired. is-arie
(Suggested by Experimernt sC f e
en, U~nited States Departmen'
ERG ~riculture)-O y UY
ent. FAVORS STAND)AIRD CONTA A' w . aO~
To eliminate the confusion a
no definite relation between dry meas
ure and weight. For exemple, a bas
ket that contaIns 50 pounds of small
apples may not hold more -than 45
pounds of large ones. Containers are
used interchangeably, and a box con
structed to hold 50 pounds of apples
becomes a 25-pound box when filled
with snap beans.
BEST KIND OF KITCHEN TABLE
IS ONE EASILY KEPT CLEAN
The worktable should be plain, sub
stantial, and of spch material that it
is easy to clean and keep in good con
dition. ,Most kitchen tables have a
shallow drawer for small utensils,
while others have drawers, draw
boards, and bins for storing supplies.
They are known as pastry tables.
Where .storage space is limited, the
bins will be found particularly useful.
Unfinished wooden tables require
much scrubbing, and under constant
use become stained and unsightly.
Varnishing, or painting and enamel
ing, the lower parts, and covering the
top with a nonabsorbent, easily clean
ed material saves much labor in the
end. Sheet zinc is often used on table
tops. It should be brought well over
the edges and fitted and tacked care
fully so that no water can get under
neath and so that no sharp edges are
exposed. Zinc has the advantage of
being proof against hot 0iensils, but
it is affected by both acids and alka
lies and is therefore rather hard to
keep in condition. It is not a suitable
material to come in contact with many
foods, household specialists of the
United States Department of Agricul
ture say. Oilcloth is also widely used
for covering tables, but linoleum, al
though more expensive, is far more
durable, especially when fastened to
the table with waterproof cement.
Porcelain and glas stable tops are
very attractive and easy to clean, but
are relatively expensive. and must be
used carefully. Separate enameled
ware tops in various sizes to fit over v
wooden tables are on the market. They I
are very convenient and not expensive.1t
Marble-topped tables have long been
considered especially good for pastry
making, but are now almost prohibi-d
tive in price, and a polished marble C
slab laid on an ordinary table answers'
the purpose fully as well.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA J
Count of Clarendon
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
0. J. C. Rose, Plaintiff,
King. Herod Robbinson, Defenda .t.
Pursuant to a Decree in the Court'
of Common Pleas in this case dated i
September 2nd, 1920, I will offer for
, ale at Public Auction before the Court
lHouse at Manning, S. C., on Salesday,
being Monday October 4, 1920 at the I
sual hours for Public sales the follow
All that lot or parcel of Ian
Clarendon County, State of South '
Carolina, Fulton Township, containing
sritainers of twenty-five acres more or less; bound- 'C
in the mar- ed North by Lot No. 12 on general plat I
ables,- mar- a
Bureau of .c
,artment of C
establish- T e nex" im
you buy calomel
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ni, or Win- fEOr
3r there is
g whether .d
uit of suffi- ti
yer readily ti
s that are Clt l
nt of this
rtant a The purified and refined
tentb pc calomel tablets that are
~s of pack- nausealess, safe and sure,
Medicinal virtues retain.
LIso believe edi and improved. Spld
laws relat- only in sealed packages,
should be Price 35c.
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in Stock. Let us figure T
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~tand Manning, S. C.. So
of my lands made by John Hayns
worth, Surveyor' East by Lot No.
and by Lot No. 8; South by Lot No.6
the latter being once bargained to
Clara Robbinson; and by Lot No. 5;
and on the West by the remaining
portions of Lots Nos. 7 and 9 the pro
perty hereby conveyed being the East
ern portion of Lots 7 and 9 on the said
plat; and more fully shown as Lot
"C" on another general plat of my
lands made by McLellan and Palmer,
dated August 1*th, 1918, marked
"Herod Robinson" thereon. A tracing
of the'said Lot ftom the said plat by
McLellan and Palmer is endorsed on
the deed this day executed by the said
D. J. C. Rose to the said King Herod
Robbinson, to secure the purchase
price of which this mortgage. is ex-.
Terms of sale, Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
E. R. Plowden,
Sheriff of Clarendon County.
REQUIRING ALL PROPERTY IN
THE TOWN OF MANNING TO
BE RETURNED FOR TAXATION.
Be it ordained -by the Mayor 'and
Aldermen of the Town of Manning,
in Council assembled ,and by author-.
ity of the same:
Section 1. Every person, firm or
iorporation required by law of the
State of South Carolina to list proper
'y for State and County taxes shall,
)n or before the first day of October
1920, arnd thereafter annually between
,he first day of April and the 15th.
lay of April of each year, make out
leliver to the Clerk of the Town
Jouncil, on blanks provided for that
urpose, a statement verified by oath,
>f all of the real, personal and mixed
)rqperty within the Town of Mann
ng, possessed by him, her, them or it
)r under their control on the first day
>f April of that year, either as owner
igent, parent, husbapd, guardian, exe-'
utor, administrator, trustee, receiver,
>flicer, partner, holder or otherwise on
he said first day of April, together
vith the value of said property, is
veil as a brief description of the real
state so returned.
Sec. 11. That upon failure to make
he return herein provided within the
ime herein specified, such proporty
iot returned shall be charged with a
ienalty of fifty per cent of the taxes
issessed against said property, which
ienalty shall be collected at the same
ime and in the same manner as other
Sec. 111. This Ordinance shall go
nto effect immediately, and all Or
linances or parts of Ordinances in
onflict herewith ,are hereby repealed.
Done and ratified in regular Council
esembled this the 6th day of Septem..
. GW. C. Davis, Mayor.
Clerk and Treas. of Town Council.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
141auma P. Strange, J. Splilman
Strange and S. Elizabeth James,
fartha Strange, Sudie Rowe, May A
Hite, Maria Mitchell, Ollie Ayer,
Blanche Jolly, Thomas J. Black and
Willie Pearl Strange, Defendants.
'0 THE DEFENDANTS:
Martha Strange, Maria Mitchell,
lie Ayer, Blanche Jolly, Thomas J.
lack and Willie Pearl Strange.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
nd required to answer the amended
)mplaint in this action, of which a
)py is herewith served upon you, and
serve a copy of your answer to the
did amended complaint ym the sub
:riber at his office in Manning, S. C.
'ithin twenty clays after the service2
iereof, exclusive of the day of such
n-rvice; and if you fail to answer the
mended complaint within the time
foresaid, the plaintiff in' this action
ill apply .to the Court for the relief
3manded in the amended complaint.
AND TAKE NOTICE that the
ummons and amlendled complaint i
ie above stated action were filed
ie office of the Clerk of Court 4
ommon Pleas for said county a~~
tate on August 17, 1920.
Dated August 18, A. D. 1920.
-4t Plaintiff's Attorney.
l'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
COURT.OF COMMON PLEAS 4
SUMMONiS FOR RELIEF
.(Complaint not Served)
itchell Levi and Ferdinand Levi, co
partners under the firm name and
style of Levi Bros. Plaintiffs,
ykim Cantey, Ben Cantey, Rose Boz
ier, Irene McBride, Agnes Watson,
D~orcas Martin, Willie Cantey, Es
telle Wells, Stella Cantey, Reva
Taylor, Sanuel Cantey, Daniel
Cantey, Ben Green, Julia J. Cantey,
and Rena Ellis, Defendants.
) THE DEFENDANT Rena Ellis
YOU are hereby summoned and re
ired to answer the complaint in this
tion, which is filed in the Ofmie of
e Clerk of the4 Court of Common
eas, for the said County, and to
fle 4 copy of your answer to the
id complaint on the subscriber at
office, in the city of Sumter, S. C.
thin twenty, days after the service
reof, exclusive of the day of such
rvice; andl if you fail to answer the
mnplaimt within the. time aforesaid,
Splaintiff in this action will apply
the Court for the relicfdmne
the complain. fleanrd
Dated February 16th 1920.
Wendell M.- Levi,
I THE DEFENDANT Rena Ellis:
I'AKE NOTICE that the complain't
this action together with the sum
mns, of which the for'egoing is a
>y was filed .in the office of the
ark of Court of Common Pleas for
3rendon County, in the State of
uth Carolina, on the 20th day of
Wendell M. Levi