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Cleaners and Dyers of Wearing Apparel and H se
hold Furnishings of AlF Descriptions.
WE DYE AND CLEAN Rvfr CLOTHES
Parcel Post and Express Shipments Given
FOOTER'S DYE WORKS, Cumberland,Md.
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WHICH? A season's toil wasted on a soil deficient in plant
food, or a lttle money invested in Planter's Fertilizer-and
votir Truck, Cotton or Grain crop more than doubled? Make
your choice now.
Progressive Southern farmers long ago realized the necessity of supplying exhaust
cd soils with Phosphoric Acid., Ammonia and Potash, which every crop necda.
DOUB.ES YOUR YgaE.D
because it contains available Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia and Potash in the
Better place your order for Planter's right now and avoid delayed delivery.
Ask any agent in your town for information, free advice, or prices, or write
us direct. Every hag is stamped with our Giant Lizard Trade-Mark. Look
for it-it's for your protection.
Planters Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
- C -- and pesna o
4 you is
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- A goody that is
worthy' of your
because of Its
Three asting quality'.
suit all tastes.
Be SURE to get
* HOME DEMONSTRATION *
* By Miss Daisy E. Harris. *
Just at this seacson of the year when
eggs are so plentiful, I thought per
haps a few recipes for use of eggs
might -be helpful.
Eg'gs should be cooked at a low tein
perature if the greatest enjoyment and
value of food are to be obtained from
eating them. Cooking eggs at a low
temperature will keel) them from be
coming tough, -which state renders
them less digestible.
Sofit cooked eggs; Heat to boiling
point sufficient water to cover eggs,
remove from fire and piqce eggs in
water. Cover and allow to stand 6 to 8
minutes keeping water at same tem
perature. Tet stand for 30 minutes if
hard cooked eggs are desired.
Poached eggs; Allowing 1-2 table
spoon, of salt. to a quart of water,
have shallow pan 2-3 ful-i of boiling
water. Break each egg separately
and slip into water, cover and remove
from 'fire. Cook until whites are
firm and baste yolks to form a film ov
er them. Take up carefully with
Tomato sauce-Poached eggs may be
served with thefollowing tomato sauce.
2 cups of canned tomatoes, 1 stice of
onions, 1-4 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon
of -pepper, 2 tablespoons butter, 2
Cook tomatoes and onions twenty
minutes, and strain, melt butter, let
it brown, add dry ingredients, and
strained tamatoes. Pour over poached
4 eggs, 1-2 cup milk, 1-2 cup bread
crumbs, 3-4 teaspoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon
pepper, 1 tablespoon butter.
Soak bread crumbs in milk, add beat
en yolks and seasoning, and pour in
beaten whites. Heat and butter ome
let pan, pour in omelet and cook slow
ly on top of range. When well "puf
fed" and delicately brown underneath,
place on rack to finish cooking top.
If firm 'to touch when pressed, fold
an( turn on hot platter.
6 hard cooked eggs, 2 tblsp. but
ter, 1-2 teaspoon salt, I cup milk, land
1-2 tablespoons flour, 1-2cup grated
cheese, I cup sweet pepper.
Melt butt.er, add dry ingredients and
Nir Imitil smooth. Add heated milk
slowly, stirring constantly, and allow
to come to )oilillg 'point. Cut the eggs
into (IarHiters and place about 1-4 of
amount in baking dish. Cover this
layer with he sauce and sprinkle- over
it a layer of the cheese, then a few
pieces of peppel'. Repeat until all Is
used. S'lplinkle bread crumbs on top
(lot with butt er and birown in hot oven.
I linllt of milk. 3 eggs. 1-9 teaspoon
11ittmeg, 1--1 ,Cip sugarl, 1-8 teaispool
I lent milk, mix eggs in bowl with su
gar and salt. Add hot milk slowly.
stiring. Strain in custard cups and
bake iII mioderat ove n I'Il 111111 1u n 11ti u i Itar
C'ooked Salatd Dlressinig.
I-i ta'blespoon mustard(, I--I table
spoon1 salt, 2 tabl'espoons flour, I tabl'
spoon1 sugar 3-.i ('ups sweet milk, 1 -X
t eason 1)01(ayenneI I ilepper, 2 eggs, 2
t ablon '011 ut11tel', 1-2 ('up1 vi negar1.
Rub toge'Ilber drly ind(red(ienlts, add
beaten egg yo11ks, ime(lted butter, coldl
ii milk anld hot v'ine galr in or'dei'r ned
stIirinhg Unti11lo'erfectly 1smooth0 , 'ook
slowl'y until1 thu iEed, stirIng (Oi
"THIOUGHI-T I I-tAD
A PAVING, BRICK
IN MY STOMACH
Ileelari l''l I Spatan Sbur11g, S. 4" .111an,
'"I oIt'll feltt likE I hall aI paving
brick in1 111y stomach"'I', say3s this well
kniownv manll who hats r'eslided atI 181
I 'ark Avenou II, Shpartanburg1i', S. '. fot
thie paLst lourteenl years', .\lr'. I'. A. lIar
"'\ly' stomachl wenlt oni'aI 8 itriko I
think, for' nothinig I ate0 seemed1'( to di
gest, buit just lalid thei'e. I was badI~ly
const11i)ated;( my liveri wats iliactive;
got sI) ner'lv('4us I cou1ldn't slecep, and
dizzy.3 sp~ells would hit mec, and I'd hiavc
to sit down'I r'igh t where I Was. IDret''
starited 1my3 bowels mov11'ing'at once', a ld
all liy troub1les1 seemed''to fadeR away,
and1( no(w I am als we})as I ever' was ill
my13 life. I eat snything I crave, and it
Iln fact I'm1 wel gain."'
Tlo t hose wvli su1ffer' fromt stolmachi
dlisoider's and1 thirI attendtant Itroubs
Ies----const Iplation, s'luiggish liveir, etc.,
you are warnied to prlofit *lby the expel"
i('ni(' of out's. D)on't. let these troui
bles sail youmr 'omnfor't, health anid vi
tatlit.y away. They twear the vietiml
dlown~ untIl lhe gr'ows weaker every day,
laying him 'open to the dilsease or' I
seirious nature'. i'0very onme sho0uh11
kno1w ablouit Dreco, thle gr-eat herbafll re
mle'dy, which haLs 1n0 11eer as5 a stoma~cl
remedy(13, and1( re(l ief for conisi Piationl.
(() today to y'our nearest dr'ug
st(r''---they all sell Dr)meco and~ slar'i
by3 The)1 lilurens Dr)lug Stole'.
Colds Cause Orip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. 'I heto Is only one "Biromo Qulico."
P, W. GROVR'S sialden on boa, 3in.
* * * * * * * * ** * * * * * * * *
Jones, Miarch 29.-We recently met
our venerable friend, Capt. J. B. Hum
1ert, of Princeton, who is 'in excellent
AI'. Henry Freeman, of Canada, is
visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Freeman,
Ar. Drayton Boggs, of North Caro
lina, recently visited relatives and
Mi'. Jas. Gray 'has a fine crop of oats.
We recently met the following
friends: Oscar Henderson, of Vir
ginia; Frank .McGee and Ir. Kennedy,
of Due 'West, Townes Mabry of Cokes
bury, Mlasona Higgins of Hodges,
Frank Mledlock of Laurens, Jas. Mar
tin of Owings, W. Y. Baldwin and Alt
McNinch of Ekom, Win. Thomas of An
derson, Robert 'W4lliamson of Donalds
Frank and Walter Jones were re
cently in Greenwood.
The road from %Ware Shoals via
.lones, RItleys and Cokenbury, to
(reenwood Is in good condition.
The Sunday school books for the
next quarter'are ready for distribution.
.%r. George Jones has a one-horse
farm to rent or work on shares.
Mr. J1ohn Wesley Gambrell has pur
chnsed a fine Cadillac car.
Mrs. G. L. Graham irwas shopping
in Greenwood recently.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Farris and Mr.
Norwood Graham and son, Richard,
were the recent puestq of Dr. Townes
Jones and family.
The friends of Mr. W. P. Williamson,
of Donails, will be glad to hear that
he has renovered from a recent spell
We enjoyed the article in the South
ern Christian Advocate, by Dr. Charles
Poster Smil It of the University of Wis
consin, en the life of 'his lamented
father, Rev. Ins F. Smith.
Two Drops of "lets-It" Wi0l Do It,
'Ever hand-carve your toe with a
knife trying to get rid of a corn? Ev
er use scissors and snip off 'part of
the corn too close to the quick? Ever
pack up your toe with "contraptions"
antd plasters as though you were pack
ing a glass vase for parcel post 1Ev
goets-It" Put Vour Feet in Clover
-It Ends Corns Qvickly.
or use greasy ointment$ that rih of
onl your sto('kiigs? 1r er use stick:
tape that gets jerked off iwhel You pull
yourl stocinlg off)7, find o' foollsll
whein 2 or' 31 driops 'of ''oets-.Le on an:
'orn~ or' callus gives \p."iick, pain
less, iieaicefl , deadlsig~ , funeral ! Wh:
pultteri and snuiffer? "Gets-i t" stOp)
cornP pains, it lets'you work, silie an
'danlce, even~ with ('orns. It's the coim
mon-sense way, the only simple, eas;
way-peels ('ornslfl 1 ike ai banai
ipeol. 1 'sed by nil-l1ions.- i niever fallm
''Get s-It'', thei gitaraniteed, money
back~l 'orni-r'eimover,' the on11y suri
way, ('osts lbut a tri'fle at any dri
store(.. 'T'd by3 E'. I1 awrence & Co
as th ii'world's best. corn'i remedyl3 b.
l~urceka Drjug Co., 4 ianurens Drug ('o
antd -Powe Driug Co.
pub1)lications of tbe Extenisioni Seri'''
are1. tiimly3 just nowV ini 'onnhectionl witi
thle increa'use~d mand i ncrea~using int erues
in all kinds( (of live stock in South Cai
oilina anmd the red uct ion of the cot tol
aereage-. Th'iese are l'~xtIenslon 1111lle
tin 32, '"Foraige (crops in South ('are
lina,'' and Ikxteinsioni lullet in 33, "Pea
mianlent andiI ,Tiemuporai'y P'astui'es."
Thle first of these contains instriui(
t ions wich'l shouiidlidep to solve th
stock feeeding prIoblemis of theo imi
and to suggest the wise use of somec
lhe landl left from r'edulction of cotto
acreage. Duie c'onsideration is give
in this bulletin to the double valuec
the various legumes as forage cirop
in furnishing excellent feedling value
and in enriching the soil.
The second publication deals wit
the necessity~of good pasturies, soil ri
(quiements, preparation, hoiw to plan
and instructions how to securie bem
r'esults in making pastures with thi
sever'al p~astlure grasses.
11oth bulletins ai'e by WV. Ri. Elliot
formerly a distr'ict agent of the Exter
sion Sei'vice, who is an authority o
such matters. They are free, as lonl
asu they las't, to all wvho ask for thiem.
LAL~ lNS lIlIIU CO.'I
FOR U AND CODS
Isa Ivy ray, Fafrview, I Ever
"I -have talkenu Peua Sn ~aw
mon'efor oughs a et14k
ever saW I and that it alwa Miss Grays letter breathe
alre a en a bhrtu Up hope to the aing. It in an in
the ynte an spiratson to the sick and InArm.
3old Uverywhee irqAi or rablet Perm '
lNo matter where ou
buy it,Luzianne co ee
is alw s the same high
standrd of excellence.
fEvey. pound is solcL
in arf air-tight tin can.
t Luzianne retains its
full rich flavor. od -"Aiat
grocer p1Tr*8rC jyvo91r
rloney you paid for it. 1
__. _ The Reily-Taylor Company
You Profit. By
Our size enables us to:
Furnish cash markets for all live
Operate at minimum costs;
Stay in business on a profit of only
2 cents on the dollar of sales;
Get the surplus live-stock products
from the West to the ipillions
of consumers in the East.
There is No Menace in Size:
As long as we are in keen compe
tition with other packers;
, IAs long as there are hundreds of
firms in the business;
II! 1As long as we handle only about
12 per cent of the meat supply
22 per cent of the meat that is
inspected by the Unfted States.
As long,/as our bigness is used to
your/fadvant'mge-as it is now
L ~andas it iest be in the future
I if ~e pi'e-fo do a profitable busi
~ n TJhe permanence of a
v6ness depends on the good
1* c*~1 of those it serves. No large
'Ii business can prosper that is not
KIrecognized as giving in exchange
for its earnings an equivalent
measure of helpful service.
- Swift & Company, U.S.A.