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SOME SUMMER SALADS
ESPECIALLY DELICIOUS DISHES
FOR THE HOT DAYS.
Three Made With Eggs and Different
Varieties of Vegetables-Of Wa
ter-cress or Asparagus-Mix
ture ls Liked by Many.
Salads, delicious throughout the
ye- ..r, are especially valuable as a part
of the summer diet. Here are some
iii;cresting receipts for them:
llgg Salad.-A delicious egg salad
- ?ow that eggs are cheap again they
caa be used plentifully in luncheon
salads-is made tn this way: Boil the
eggs hard for 20 minutes and cool.
I. e move shells and separate whites
v ar I yolks. Cream the yolk with a
little melted butter and mix with
dished sardine. Form into balls
a'jont the size of egg yolks. Place
p. couple on each plate of crisp white
leuce leaves. Press the whites
th.* -ugh a ricer and sprinkle over the
yoiks. Serve with mayonnaise.
nother egg salad is made in this
v. y: Boil the eggs hard and devil
thom and serve two halves on a slice
of '.ornato on each plate, with a leaf
Ci' .. risp lettuce in which a big spoon
ful of mayonnaise is placed.
:.':ill another good egg salad is made
b- utting hard-boiled eggs in half and
n rr oving the yolks. Fill the whites
with diced beets and peas, mixed with
mr' onnaise. and put on lettuce leaves.
Sr ' ukle with the crumbled yolks and
a:i ! a spoonful of mayonnaise to each
. atercress Salad.-Wash the water
er- s thoroughly and then dip it in
c- -fj water to which lemon juice has
h a added. Shake well and serve
v, French dressing or mayonnaise.
. paragus Salad.-Asparagus salad
fe asonable. Boil asparagus stalks
c.- illly, drain and chill. Serve three
c ur on a lettuce leaf for each per
md dress with French dressing.
Cr '.se on each group of asparagus
s:? s place a spoonful ot mayonnaise
a- .sprinkle generously with red pep
V-'nach Salad.-Chop cold boiled
Bpi? ~-h thoroughly. Dress with
Pre h dressing and form into a small
mo; .id or a nest on each plate. If
nra' ? in nest form, add three or four
egi made from the mashed yolks of
hui boiled eggs and sprinkle the
ch . ^ed white over all. If in the
m .2, garnish with lengthwise
ei;;:: r.s of the hard-boiled eggs.
Cauliflower Salad.-Boil cauliflower
and Irain it thoroughly. Break it into
sect "ins and serve on lettuce with
mayonnaise. Garnish with diced to
^JS^SfL;Salads,-*-" "sorts of mired
vegetable salads are palatable at this
time of year. There are as many com
binations as the ingenuity of the cook
may devise. For instance, diced
cucumbers, diced sweet, red and green
peppers and diced celery, mixed with
Frc: v. h dressing, are good. Thea there
are diced tomatoes, peppers and
cur:.-bers. There are string beanB,
with Meed beets, and there are tomato
and : elery together. All can be served
wit}; nayonnaise, but French dressing
is ! -tier with such celebrated mix
Fish 3alls With Bacon.
Cr (k three or four slices of bacon
in a j ying pan, without letting either
thc a: or the bacon become discol
or-^ ! " ,- heat. Cut enough pared, raw
p.;i. s in quarters to fill a cup
twk\ ; add a teaspoonful of salt and
bi : . - water and cook till tender;
dr:'.' .nash and add one can or' fish
flak< two tablespoonfuls of cream
si'.'j if cit hand, or two tablespoonfuls
ol ? . r. one-fourth teaspoonful black
and a little hot milk; beat
thor lily, shape in cakes, dip these
ir. ? - : and fry in the bacon fat. Cold,
both ' otatoes, quickly reboiled, may
be u i ! in place of fresh cooked p?
tate ? ...
'."utual Gingerbread Pie.
Lin. a deep plate with rich pie
cr\i-\ Stir together half a cupful of
rr . e's, two tablespoonfuls of sugar,
twe . . ,:espoonfuls of lard and ene
t?.::. aful of ginger, then add a cup
ful . ; ?ling water with one teaspoon
ful ' : <la dissolved in it. Stir in one
an.1 . . -quarter cupfuls of flour and
bc. ;1 with eggbeater; then break
In; mixture one egg and beat thor
ough ;. Pour into crust and bake un
til ; I thpick thrust into the center
of ... ?.:omes out clean. When cold,
sp: ... top thickly with whipped cream,
sw; ttl . .d and flavored if desired.
Fvt \ piece of salt codfish to soak
over v. 'tt. In the morning pour off
the . . :., put on fresh cold water and
let co?. ? to a scald. Taste, and if still
salt, a ' at, as it wants to be tender
and ?ike fresh fish. Pick up, in
flake?, t t a hard-boiled egg in pieces,
m:>: vi: it crisp lettuce leaves, cover
with fl. mixture and pour salad dress
ing o- :. it.
Pare r.nd slice one pint of fresh
cucunibi rs, put in kettle with just wa
ter io : .ver thom. Cook till tender.
Pepper salt and piece of butter. Add
milk for as much as you want. Eat
with crackers like oyster stew.
Sweet Pepper Salad.
Take a lettuce heart, cut a green
swe. c ,-opper into straw-shaped
lengths, arrange on the lettuce, sprin
kle vi'L walnuts broken in small
piec-? and mask with mayonnaise
HAS WON DESERVED FAVOR
American Cooks More and More Com
ing to Recognize the Advantages
of the Casserole.
Why is this cooking en casserole, or
in earthenware, so popular in France?
Because in no other way is it possible
to obtain such delicious flavors.
There are three things to remember
in casserole cooking: First, the food
must be entirel> "epared before the
baking is begun, second, the oven
should be only moderately hot at first,
then reduced to slow heat; third, the
food should not be allowed to boil and
must ba given time enough for long
A meat casserole of any kind needs
at least an hour and a half to cook,
while many meats, fruit and desserts
require from three hours upward. In
the old French ovens covered crocks
containing beans, or apples, or fruits,
for the cooked compote so beloved by
them, were put in the oven at night
to cook slov.dy until the next morning.
This was a part of the frugality, the
putting to account every bit of meat,
which is still the habit of all French
For the best results, or I may say
the most striking results, get a cheap
cut of meat, which is not liable to be
tender, and see what a transformation
will be worked by the casserole cook
ing. Cut the meat in pieces suitable
for serving, and add some thickening
agent which will absorb the excess
moisture, leaving the food just moist
enough to be served attractively.
Rice is good with game, chicken,
lamb and veal; dried bread crumbs
with pork; macaroni and pearl barley
with beef. Sometimes with young
chicken or tender fish potatoes may
be used, but never when long cook
ing is required, for they cook to a
USEFUL SHELF FOR KITCHEN
Device Will Save Housewife Many
Steps in the Preparation of the
Family's Dainty Meals.
Only four boards, S inches wide and
42 inchas long, three boards, 8 inches
vide and 24 inches long, and about a
dozen screw hooks, are needed to
make this handy and useful shelf.
Just under the right of the shelf are
small spice boxes, and just below this
is placed a lid or pan rack. To the
left are screwed into the shelf board
one or two rows of screw hooks for
spoons, cups and all small utensils.
More screws may be placed in the
back of the shelf boards.
The hooks below are made of No. 9
wire bent in the shape of hooks, run
through a hole bored in the bottom
board and another hook bent this way
can be used for pans with handles,
skillets or other useful articles. I find
this shelf to be very useful and it will
save many steps.-Mrs. W. E. Max
well, in Farm Progress.
For Soiled Towels.
A bag to hang in the bathroom or
linen closet, for the reception of soiled
towels is made of huckaback. There
is an opening in one front cf the bag,
bound with white cotton braid,
through which the soiled towels are
thrust. The top of the bag pulls up
with tapes and the towels are taken
out through the top. The word "Tow
els" is embroidered under the open
ing. The whole bag is washable and
simple as any soiled linen or clothes
bag should be. This bag, made and
ready to emboider, costs 60 cents.
Chicken on Toast
Chop the pieces of cold chicken
meat into fine morsels. Make a thin
white sauce, using the liquor in which
the chicken was cooked, and stir the
morsels of meat into it. Now prepare
thick pieces to toast, put the meat
on it, pour over the gravy, and with
a ring of cooked rice about the edge,
serve at once, piping hot.
Bread and Cheese.
Slice bread one-half inch in thick
ness. Butter dish, lay on slice of
bread spread with butter, salt and
paprika, cover with a layer of cheese
cut thin. Repeat three times. Beat
two eggs, add one pint of milk and
pour over bread and bake half hour.
Calf's Liver Salad.
Take fried, broiled or baked calf's
liver. Cut into neat-sized strips; place
these on a bed of lettuce or chickory.
Mask wdth mayonnaise dressing, strew
over the top a few capers or a chopped
Bonnet Frames for Vases.
A discarded wire bonnet frame can
be bent to any desired shape and fitted
in the mouth of a Jardiniere or wide
vase, forming just the support that
certain long-stemmed flowers need to
keep in graceful positions.
Thin strips of cold bacon, mayon
naise dressing, wdth little chopped
pickle lt desired. Put between one
slice of white bread and one a1 Ice of
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
i . COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD,
Court Common Pleas.
Summons for Relief,
Mrs. F. E. Dibble-Plaintiff
against-R. J. Harley and L.
Reams Moore -Defendants.
To the defendants above named:
You Are Hereby Summoned and
required to answer the Complaint in
this action which is filed in the office
of Clerk of Court for Edgefield
County, South Carolina, and to
serve a copy ol your answer to tbe
said complaint on the subscribers at
their office at Greenwood, S. C.,
within twenty days after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of
such service; ami if you fail to an
swer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tiou will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
Featherstone & McGhtie,
Notice: To the Defendants above
named both of whom are non
Please take notice that the sum
mons and complaiut in the above
stated action, were filed in this of
fice of the Clerk of Court of Com
mon Pleas, for t he County uf Edge
field, State of South Carolina, on
the 17th dav of May, 1910.
FEATHERSTONE & McGIIEE.
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"I suffered terribly with liver
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The doctors said I had con
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and to my surprise, ? got better,
and am to-day 9i well as any
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See me before insuring else
where. I represent the Epuita
ble Fire Insurance Company of
Charleston and the Southern
Stock Fire Insurance Company
of Greensboro, N. C. I also rep
resent the Life Insurance Com
pany of Virginia.
J. T. Harling
At the Farmers Bank, Edgefield
A. H. Corley,
Appointments at Trenton
SHOULD SLOAN'S LINIMENT GO
Of course it .should! For after a
strenuous day uhen your muscles
have been exercised to the limit an
application of Sloan's Liniment will
take the >orc-iU'ss and stiffness away
?md get you in fine shape for the
morrow. You should also use it
for a sudden attack of toothache,
s; iff Deck, backache, stings, bites
and the innny accidents that are in
cidental to avocation. "We would
as soon leave our baggage as go on
a vacation or camp out without
Sloan's Liniment." Writes one
vacationist: "We use it for every
thing from cramps to toothache."
Put a bottle in your bag, be prepar
ed and have no regrets. 2
Notice of Enrollment
Opening Books For Voters In
The Democratic Primary
f Notice is hereby given, that the
following committees for enrollment
have been appointed to enroll the
voters of Edgeh'eld county in the
Democratic Primary for the year
1910, and said books of enrollment
will be opened at the places desig
nated for each club Tuesday, June
Bacon: J M Wright Secretary; G
M Smith, J H Boukuight; at Bouk
Cleveland: CC Jones,- Secretary,
J W Quarles, T L Talbert; at C C
Colliers: Dr J M Grafton, Secre
ary; D T Mathis E B Mathis; at
Edgefield Democratic Club No 1:
Walton Fuller, Secretary; A E Pad
gett, W E /Lott; at Jones' store.
Edgefield Democratic Club No 2:
J W Kemp, Secretary; T A High
tower, J D KemH; at the Edgefield
Lee: W L Coleman, Secretary;
W M Sawyer, John Wright; at G P
Calhoun: A M Clark, Secretary;
J A Lou, J W Hardy; at store of
Lott-Wal ker Company.
Long Branch: E L ?>cott, Secreta
ry; Luther Yo nee, L C Clark; at
Lewis Clark's store.
Meriwether: H F Cooper, Secre
tary; A A DeLaughter, J O Scott;
at A A De Lau gb. te r's store.
Meeting Street: J K Allen, Sec
retary; J R blocker, George Logue,
at J K Ailee's residence.
Moss: P W Cheatbam, Secretary:
T A Williams, WA Reel; at Reei's
Pleasant Lane: J T McDowell,
Secretary; S T Williams, F L Tim
merman, at F L Timmerman's
Red Hill: H E Quarlcs. Secreta
ry; H W Quarlcs, R M Johnson, at
H E Quad es' 6tore.
Roners: J E Dc bey Secretary;
B T Lanham, R A Timmerman; at
Tim merman's store.
Shaw: W W Wise, Secretary;
G F Long, J R Moss; at J R Moss'
Talbert: J D Hughey, Secretary;
A Gilchrist, E P Winn; at E P
The qualifications for member
ship in any club of the party and
for voting at a primary are a* fol
lows: The applicant for member
ship, or voter, shall be 21 years of
age, or shall become so before the
succeeding general ?election and be
a white Democrat. He shall be a
citizen of the United States and of
this State. No person shall belong to
any club or vote in any primary un
less he has resided in the State two
yjars and in the county six months
prior to the succeeding general elec
tion and in the club district 6U days
prior to the first primary following
his offer to enroll; provided that
public school teachers and ministers
of the gospel in charge of a regular
organized church shall be exempt
from the provisions of this section
as to residence, or otherwise quali
fied. Under the rules of a new en
rollment is required.
B. E. NICHOLSON,
. County Chirman.
May 29, 1916.
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