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ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
Plea For the Old Way of Roasting
as Against Baking.
It is to be feared that many ex
llent modes of cooking which pre
iled in the past are now abandon
I simply to save trouble. The mod
n cook, or the person who calls
arself such, although she may be
>sitively instructed to roast meat
the good old fashioned way in a
reen in front of the fire, common
ignores her instructions at every
>ssible op:)c tunity and puts the
int in the oven. The introduction
I the "kitchener" or the closed
inge and of the gas cooker proba
ly accounts for the preference
fhich is given to baking, while it
oes away with the necessity of bast
ig and other little but important
ilinary attentions which roasting
ivolves. There can be little doubt
at by this exchange of method not
few persons are dietetic sufferers.
The preference for meat openly
>asted before the fire is not a mere
antiment, for the flavor of meat so
>oked is infinitely superior, and the
issue is.generally more tender than
,hen it -is baked. Now, the flavor
ad tenderness of meat have much
> do with its digestibility and con
quently with its real value as a
stcwpaZ as a baung diahe oZ
eavy glazed earthenware are more
mbrous than the convenient agate,
ut where long, slow cooking is de
red they are very necessary. The
Lumfble earthen stewpan with close
over forms a substitute' for the
'rench casserole, and meat cooked
roperly in it reaches a fullness of
Lavor and nutritive value never ap
roached by the same piece when
ooked rapidly in a thin metal sauce
an. An elderly hen slowly cooked
a the earthen vessel with appro
riate seasoning is a vast improve
ent over any other mode of' cook
g, and cereals long boiled in a
imilar vessel reach a wholesome
oalatbility that is missing in many
f our three minute breakfast foods.
German Potato Salad.
Sour potatoes are a favorite dish
f potato salad with the Germans.
'o make it, boil four good sized po
toes and when cold skin and cut
a cubes. Place in a bowl with salt
d pepper to taste. Mix in another
owl four tablespoonfuls of sweet
idervinegar, half a pint of sweet
il one good sized onion and pars
sy chopped fine. Mix well and pour
ver the potatoes. Then place the
apty bowl over the other and shake
Land down till well mixed. Gar
with lemon slices and pickled
~ee s. ._ _
Cuts Better Than a Knife.
A fine strong wire is the best
ing we know to cut bars of soap,
Lnd the same improvised tool will
ut a whole cheese in half very nice
, far better than a knife. The
rire should be long enough to go
round the cheese and have each end
a handles. The wire is looped
round the cheese and firmly pulled,
he two ends together; the cheese
il be cut in half very cleanly.
When Using Sour Milk.
When sour milk is to be used in
ooking, a few vigorous whisks with
he egg beater in the bowl or pitcher
till mix the curd and whey so thor
iughly that it can be pou.red as eas
y s cream and will obviate the un
leasatness of finding the cakes or
muffins interspersed with particles
f curd. Soda used with sour milk
hould not be put into the milk, but
ie sifted into the flour like baking
For "Squeaky" Shoes.
A remedy for creaking shoe soles
s to allow the soles to stand over
ight in. a pan containing, a small
~uantity of olive oil, so that they
till become saturated with it. This
till ~protect them from dampness,
nd if the soles are carefully wiped
f they will not grease carpets or
ugs. This treatment is especially
stended for walking shoes.
Carpets and Oillcoths.
bever use soda in water with
rhich oilcloth or linoleum is wash
. It attacks the paint and in
ares it. Equal parts of cottonseed
i and vinegar, rubbed on with a
Lannel rag, seem to brighten lino
um. Carpets are brightened by
riping with a cloth wrung out of
tarm water and ammonia.
A Hot Sand Bag.
A hot sand bag is a desirable sub
titute for a hot water bag or a
apstone, whether to relieve pain
e to warm cold feet. Clean, fine
and is thoroughly dried, then used
> fill a flannel bag, which is then
overed with firm cotton or linen.
'ie bag is heated on the top of the
ove or in the oven.
A "Utility" Article.
A stepladder th~at collapses into
neat table or stsidforaplant i
hown as oneset the very newest
hings in,"utihty" articles.
The best physie: Chamberlain's
omach and Liver Tablets. Easy to
plaatin effect. For sale by
.W. Earle, Piekens, and Dr. R.
Assembly of the Presbyterian
urcht in the United States.
mt of the General Assem
Presbyterian church in-th<.
o behbeid at Los Angeles,
ay 21st to June 2d, 1903,
rn Railway will sell tickets
reduced rates to Los An
San Francisco, Ca]. Tick.
od May 2d and 11th to
inclusive, with final return
it E15th. Stop overs will be
>woloradt> and all points
ali tion as to rates, sched-.
cheerfully furnished on ap.
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"Pe-ru-na is an Exce
Remedy--I am a4
! RON. DAN. A. GROSTENOR, 01
Hon. Dan. A. Grosvenor, Deputy Aud
written from Washington, D. C., says:
" AHow me to express mygrat
fronm one bottle of Peruna One w
and I am now as well as ever. B
pring tonics it Is an excellent cat
In a recent letter he says:
e el conslder Peruna realy more m
you last I receive numerous lettej
country asing me if my certificat
yes."---Dan. A. Grosvenor.
A County Commissione's Letter.
Hon. John Williams, County Commis
sioner. of 517 West Second street,Duluth,
Minn., says the folloWing^ifn. regard to.
" As a remedy for catarrh I can cheer
fully recommend Peruns. I know what
it is to suffer from that terrible disease
and I feel that itis my duty to speak a
good word for the tonil that brought me
immediate relief. Peruna cured me of a
bad case of catarrh and 1 know it wil
cure any other sufferer from that dis
j HY4 US]
22nd, 103,th SOUTHR
RAL AYA wil sel . roud-ri
tC eapo apts to NewOr
Oleans, La. drtr, a aeo
On ccnt r ihe iotneeraed
Tickes' Ruieon, toae ayld t
eaeNew OrleansL.Ma wiho t alda
tond 1903 2the 193.OTHEN
praILWAY wil sell roicketrima
ceserom anlxtents o hew iiO
Jone cent p90r byl deistne ticeed
wst inluet fpeinal nate New
eaewOrleans wrierthon Ma19th
or e n May 24th, 3.Ornal
pentrofae of fiftytcetsma
eean xtieson and th osuit ex
une 15,rvic, bydeilyu ticket
with te madeioasr Agenatean
Olans therierd tatendingth
Reuiof a feeofty easntsad.om
fThe St'eripiw' onurasersul
macommodation4~~s wind moe af
codeandt h sevie vice in yev,-ryt
rsetwill bae alo aure Vetrn
adesire Frlinforatiun the
preuion da msto pesantheduls ecm
fortble herull Unurpsed onuap
piatin ccymoatnsyil Agen of-h
ptti dr a Chedles, et.,
W. . LHETe
lent Spring Catarrh',
Well as Ever."
THE FAXOUS OHIO FAMILL
Itor for the War Deprtment in a letter
ude to yout for the beneut derived
wek has brOught wonderful Changes
mides being one of the very best
DAN. A. RSVEAOR.
fertorious than I did when I wrot9
s from acqudAlnices alH Over the
Pis genuine. I Invariafy nswer,
Hon. H. W.OgdnCongr...man"
L~ouisn, in a letter written at Wash
ington, D. C., says the fonloWing of re
runs, the iiational catarh remedr.
your Perans as a Rae taal and SH
around good medicin to those w*0
ame in need of Ar - Irrh mend. ft
has be=efcmeded to me bar peop
Who have used J, as a reamedy
etecrel the' care =M
2rrb.e ba Who aegood
Landfo thFW r aile.tIlalte
Idno o les th onet died h
corores eimitsn of the vern ofeick
onr TwCree. Fi grvaaon
farming aland.uinown, Pewrte'
C reek, asqWta aGrelloer thed
crss genead of soal.ay of Wt
ac. B.grmal ler,
.H. oRn. . . MADn,oTYg. MULDD
LORGsAN.5 AlerDItN atMAULDI -
PntnDC., NS he fC.wngo e
Pr"Ie n all ~th outs Promptaetio
ouneana as roo ane t Sixal
oulnd wod ithte thse. Term
hasy beicApl to -bypol
wo have dt. Youhyae i emDiv
Maclarefiv and Ae C
tarh.Fo t .s a
catarh TElc ET IN
I wlY Apl toJ.B.Nf ir Poh
Jole hn An.haf mil of the
corpoate lmits f thetraori.
Ishill apply orB ewbhty acresobin
crossee on h'a Dofn shal. hEssyth
yces B.A Sa Hotlderen
W. E. Griith, Concan, Texas, writes:
4I 1 suffered with chronic catarrh for
iany years. I took Peruna and it com
letely cured me. I think Peruna is the
est medicine in the world ior catarrh.
fy genera~lheslth is much improved by
ts use, as I am much stronger than I
zve been for years."-W. E. Gr!rith.
A Congressman's Letter.
Congressman H. Bowen, Ruskin, Taso
el county, T, writes:
4I can cheerfully recommend your
luabie reimedy. PerUna, to anY On*
vbo is suffering with catar*, and who
s in need of a permanent and defctive
Mr. Fred. D. Scott, Larue, Ohio, Right
yuard of HiramFoot Ball Team, writes:
"As a specific for lung trouble I place
Peruna at the bead. I have used it my
elf for colds and catarrh of the bowels
md it is a splendid remedy. It restores
ritality, increases bodily strength and
,akes a sick person well in a short time
[ give Peruna my hearty indorsement."
F'red. D. Scott.
Gen. Ira C. Abbott,906 M street,. W.,
Wasbington, D. C., writes:
- "I am fully convinced that your rem
Ndy is an excellent tonic. Many of my
Iriends have used it with the most ben"
-flical results for coughs, colds and ca
tarrhal trouble-Ira C, Abbott.
Mrs. Elmer Fleming, orator of Reser
oir Council N o. 168, Northwestern Le
gion of Honor, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
mrites from 2585 Polk street, NI.:
"I have beed
troubled all my
ife with catarrh
n my head. I
Wok -Perana for
ow think I am
mred. I believe
that for catarrh .
[n all its forms Mrs. Elmer Fleming
Peruna Is the M eap ,Mi
medicine of the
ge. I, cures when, all other remedies
fail. I can heartily recommend Peruna
as a catarrh remedy."-Mrs. Elmer
Treat CStarrh in Spring.
The spring is the time to treat catarrh.
Cold, wet winter weather often retards
a cure of ctarr-h. If a course of Peruna
is taken during the early spring months
the cure will be prompt and permanent.
There can be no failures If Peruna is
taken intelligently during the favorable
weather of spring.
As a systemt catarrh remedy Pernna
eradicates catarrh from the system
wherever it may be located. It cures
catarrh of the stomach or bowels with
the same certaintyascatarrhof the head.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
fll statement of youY case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman,. President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,O.
.Non Resident Summons.
STATE OP SOUTH CABOLINA
County of 'Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
E OMMONS FOB BELIEF.
Complaint not Served.
M, F. Hester, Plaintiff,
T. Clingman Powell, Catherine .
Powell, Mary A. Alexander, Jo
sep~h Powell. William Powell,
Leathie Aiken, Conley Aiken\
Mariha Aiken,Ephrism iPowell,)
Calvin P'owell, Pick Allis-r
Powell, Omie Powell and Li
TO THE DEFENDANTS, abovi
YOCI ABE HERERY SUMMONEI
and required to answer the complaint ii
thisaction,whioh is fIled in the offiae o
Clerk of Court of Pickens county and t<
serve a copy of your answer to said com
plaint on thethe subscribers at their offiei
at Pickens; C. H., S. C. within twenty
days after the service hereof, excluiv<
of the day of sneb service; and if .yoi
fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plamntiff ini this r~otioz
ill apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the complaint.
Dated Apr. 1, A. D. 1903.
.......)A. J. BOGOS,
SEAL '. C. C. P.
Morgan, Mauldin & Mlauldin.
- Plaintiff's Attorneys
To Omie Powell and Martha Aiker
minors over the agie of fourteen ~ (14:
years defendants: Take noticeshat unlei
you procure for yourselves the appoint
ment of a guardian ad litem to represem
yo in this action within twenty (20:
days after service of this summons upce
you, the plaintiff will applg to the couad
to have such guardian ad iem appoint
Morgan,.Mauldin & Kauldic,
April,.] A, 1903.
.To Joseph Powell and Williamz Pow
eli, absent defenant-- Take notce
that the complaint andjb summons 'o!
which the foregoing is aup were filed
in the officee of the Clerk of Cort, Pick
ens county on the 1 day of April 1 A. D.
Morgan, Kauldin & Mauldin,
Apr. 1, A. D. 18.
an't want it. Then
it out with Ayer's
'yand the DeweITroubles of Chfdrene
rela. Hiesand ThrushJ.,eoves
ete ad eomes the Effets of the
Here I Am Again.
I am at the Carey old office build
g now ardwarsll!theChickens,
ggsf Raw Hides. In fact all
nf of Produce. Will pay top
Bes in cash or rde, Caand sie
5. I-wilftbuyY.dfi Produce.
YoDrs as ever,
a9f. J..D. Moore.
Te Nothers is Town.
hildren who aredelieates tevefish and eon
Clad toe yo
The best is the eapest. It is economy to buy the best.
We like to sell tl- best because the best always gives satisfaction.
This aghes to all' classes of goods
Stoes, Axes, Saws, Table and Pocket
Cutlery, Hammers, Hand Saws & Hoes.
as well as to
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Teans, Sheetings, Checks,
[.- .Drills, Oil Cloths,
and hundredsof other useful aiticles which we always bave in
REMEMBER! Good goods cost but little more than
shoddy goods. Call in, look through our stock in its various
lines and give us your valued business. Our stock is now com.
plete in every way.
W. T. McFALL
DID YOU ENUIRE
Yes, we are going to continue the business founded
W. H. PICKENS.
We are pleased to state that our stock is larger and
complete than ever before. If you need a Cook Stove
Range, we have Brand New Patterns for-you to choose
The Box Oven is the latest style of stove. Come and see i
In the past we have sold PAINT and OIL to a numn
very particular folk. The result was satisfactory, both to'
and the buyer. We want YOUR patronage in this I
LARGEST STOCK, RIGHT PRICES, make a good
nation; we have both.
Best of Sheet Metal work executed on sort
are offering splendid bargains in China, Agate,
Goods. Awaiting your inspection of our stock,
W. H. PICKENS'
e We hiave bought the largest 9and m ~ complete stock
chandise this Fall that we have ever -ied, with the
in New Goodsand Low rice.. e invite a comparison
in SoutI(Zarolina in? yles,. Quality, Quantity and Pric
lead the~ procession this Fall and will not be undersold
wilyie easy for you to buy at Riebey's when you stop
fetty goods and get the prices, and-it certainly will p
saved is a didlar made. o0 yopr Iradmng at Richey's 'ani
We can show you exep nal values im Dress Goods sin
all Grades and Prices. .- Beautiful \Vaist Flannels in Pla'
-elegentQ ne of Dresses and Triminigs--apecial values..
We make a specialty or our Shoe Department. We
grades for Ladies. Men and Children. The best makes
f actories in America. Boy your Shoes from us and y
We guarantee satisfaction.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT 001
Good Calicoes. Good Outings, God Red FItan
White Homespun, best Canton Flannel,-best Checked
No matter what prices are quoted you we will sell y
H. A. RIC
WirTHE CHEAPESTI STORE IN FIC'
NEXT THIRTY BAYS~
For Cat Prices to suit the Dull Beason on
GLASS \ CROCKERY-WA
TIN-WARE, JEWELRY, E
- Cann~ed Goods, Pickles, Oat Meal, ?ra'
Cakes, Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Tea,. Co
-.Molasses. * The Best Cheese on E
Used and reco-nmended by all the Stock and Poultry raiser.
Exchange for G
MRS. K. L CURETON & C0
in each town to take orders for our new High
New 1803 Mode
"DL ge," Complete ~
ss ssck,3 Guaranteed High Grade $
"Neude R Boad Racer $1
no better bicac any
othe moe you aan* at
usu prce.Choice of any standard tires and
equipment on all our bicycle. Stronigest guara
We SHIP ON APPROVAL. C. 0.1). to an
toihout a cent dejeCand allow go DAYS F
TRIAL before pucase isb
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