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lie highest medical authority
James Crichton Browne, LLD.?F.R.S.
gives the best reasons for eating more
?van article published in the
gith's Companion of Septctu
23rd, 19W, Dr. Browne, the
:at medical authority on
Jds, says, about brain and
Bscle building ?
'There is one hind of food
it seems to me of marked
lue as a food to tin: brain and
the whole body throughout
lild hood a ml adolescent <
Jouth), and that is oatmeal.
i'Oats are the most nutritions
all the cereals, brine; richer
fats, organic phosphorus and
He says oatmeal is gaining
found with the well-to-do o|
treat Britain, He speaks of ii
5 the mainstay of tin" Scottish
[borer's diet and ?uys it pro
dtices a big-boned, well-devel
oped, mentally energetic i tee,
His experiments prove that
good oatmeal such as Quaker
()at;> not otdy furnishes the best
food for the human being, but
eating it strengthens and en
larges the thyroid gland?this
gland is intimately connected
with the nourishing processes
of the body.
In conclusion he says?
Mt seems probable therefore
that the bulk and brawn in ess of
the Northerners (meaning the
Scotch) has been in some
measure due to the stimulation
of the thyroid gland by oatmeal
porridge in childhood.
The Scotch eat Quak ;r 1 > its
because it is the best ot all oat
AMONti THE EXCHANGES
Kdltor Chi'ImmiI'tN Modesty.
'Who is I In- greatest living South
f?linlnn?" asks Hie liUiirens Advor
er. Won't some of our friends
?ase answer thai c(itostion for ds?
The Negro and Kduciition.
"The negroes of South Carolina he
;ve in compulsory odueation ami they
re practicing it. lie fore a gnat many
pars tlu1 inosl intelligenl whites will
ish they had done likewise. The less
tell igen I whites will si ill he as tiny
re now, oblivious to tin- real slgnlll
fance or the situation. VorkvHIc Kn
Ldgelield's < orn Conti st.
The Advertiser's corn conlet t lias
>een more successful in this county
hau similar contests in other coun
ties. Only It farmers entered the con
test in Oconco county, while f>0-odd
enrolled their names in The Advortls
I or's corn contest, lit Ooohoo the maxi
mum yield per acre was ?-; bushels,
while the maximum yield in this coun
ty was considerably over hO bushels.
Lot us take courage ami do oven bet
tor iloxt year. While we can not now
hopf to compete with ooitutles like
Marlboro, where thej have been prae
liclug tli'- Intensive pluii lor a genera
tion, WO can and do excel IllOSt of the
Let Kdgelleld he known herenftor as
otic of the foremost coin producing
counties of the State.?Kdgeliold Ad
The Next Governor.
Tie C'olutnbhi Itocord very prop
erly rpbitkes the tlrecuville Pled
monl for ousting aspersions upon the
prohibition leaders of the past. Includ
ing such then as the late Col. .lames
A. Iloyt and Hon. C. ('. I'eathei stone,
than whom South Carolina has never
produced two nobler, truer, more loyal
or more self sncrlllcing sons. These
gentlemen championed purely from
conviction what was then mi unpopu
lar cause. However, the former, a
maud, .nood man. has joined the
"saints Immortal" and has received
the "Weil Done" from Hin? who dis
cerns the motives of men. and the
latter, another worthy son of the
Piedmont, will yet lit the m ar future
he abundantly rewarded by his coun
tyrmen for his faithfulness. Mark our
prediction, lion. ('. C. Peuthorstonc
will be South Carolina's next govern
or, Kdgollohi Ad vor tit i i
The Ander.-.on Mail says li i\\ -
papers are beginnhm to speculat ? a.
Ip tlit] race for governor n \\ year,
t >i? ? - r iiess it thai I Ion. C. C I 'Csitho -
l stone is going to bo oie< t, d governor,'' i
The I.aureus Advertiser published in
t'ol. Keatherstono's homo, town says
"Digiti you are. brother."
it did look a.- if the gentleman from
I.aureus had the giibcrmatorial plum
cinched, lb- has done tome election-1
coring all over the state lor votes. His
party is the domllintll OUO and its
strength is made certain for victory
hecattse it Is backed by the women
and the Churches, but the friends of
Col. Ponthorstoho should nol be Over
('oni.t'.cut; in 'tis prohibition party
there are a number of shrewd politi
cians and already they are casting a
hout lot what is in it lor (hem. It lists 1
I reilched us that there i..- a potent force |
in the prohibition rank., who do not
want Feathcralone to run for governor
I hey want to hold him back to put the
idoi ks to I'netc I3eu, ami for governor
they want lion. .1. FrnsCi' I..von.
Were we to Wager Wo would ha lik
on I.von hecoining the candidate of
the prohibitionists, and not Feather
stone, In- is to be side-tracked by the
self-appointed lenders, and if Foath
erstone will mu submit to being side
Hacked this element will defeat him
i if ihey can. T|te political control of
this siate |s in the bands of one man i
In Spartanhurg; If Feathorstoite falls
to secure his endorsement he may ns
well hang his hopes up for the present,
it \:- hol loved that the Spartanbury eh
dorsccent has been given to the at
torney general, with Smith taken out
of ti.e gubernatorial race with the
promise if he is good to be made at
We therefore suggest to our Ander
son and I.aureus friends no? to count
too -nie on Featherstone's ' tctiou,
for it yet depends.-?Manning Times.
That hark Brown Taste.
Says the Latircns Advertiser:" Think
of it: eating with the President of
the Cnlted States at the banquet table
in Charleston on one evening and then
in a Columbia restaurant the next
morning!" Our friend ahould thank
hi* happy stars that he could eut
anywhere "the next morning."?The
Itchotd! II?' Is Not.
"Who is tho greatest living South
Carolinian?" Inquires the Laurens Ad
vertiser. W hy. he's a "dead out .'' The
Itleli Men*? Gifts Vre Paar
hesldcs 'I is; "| wan! to go on record
as sayliig thai l regard Hieetrie Hitters
as one of i ie greatest gifts thai God
luts made to woman, wrhes Mrs. <>.
Ithlni'vault. of \v.-;..i Center. N, v..
"I ?-.?!? never forget what ii In ? done
for nie." This glorious inedich ?? gives
a woman buoyant spirits, vu.or of hotly
and jubilant health, it quickly Cures
Kervotisn ss. Sleeplessness. Melancho
ly, Headache. Hackncho. Kalutlnt! and
|)|x./.y Spells; soon hullds up the Weak*
ailing and sickly. Tr> them. 50c at
Laufens Drug Co. & Piiltuetto Drug
a follow always determines to
practice economy when he lias both. ,
ing left to save.
for Hit Hull Keel I n? \i*t ?r Kating.
I have used Chamberlain's Stomach 1
ami Liver Tablets tor some time, ami
can testify that they have dotie tue
more good than any tablets l have ev
er used. My trptibte was a heavy dull
feeling after eating -David Ti'eemun.
Kempt. Nova Scotia These tablets
strengthen the stomach and Improve
the digestion- They also regulate the j
I liver and bowels They are far su
; pot ior to pills but cost no uidre. Get i
a free sample at Laurons Driig Go's,
drug store and ? what a splendid
medicine it i.-.
W hen we iret rich we are uoing to
Hullt the booze < vii by ^supplying I
good, ri? h country buttermilk free
in every man in the community.
I.ookhiu One's Host.
It's a woman's delight to look her
best hut pimples, skin eruptions, sores
and bolls roh life of Joy. Listen: ttuck
leil's Arnica Salve cures tueiu: makes
the skin soft and velvety. It glorifies
the face. Cures Pimples. Soits lives.
fold Sores, ('racked Lips, Chapped
Hand.-. Try it. Infallible for Piles
25c at Laufens Dins Co. iv: Palmetto
l ?r?g Co.
W'e always like to accept an Invita
tion to dine from one of those good
women who take a pride in showing
a shelf full of fruit she canned her
Slum; l or 15 Years
by Indigestion's pangs?trying many
doctors ami $200.00 worth of medicine
I in vain. H. P. Ayscue, of Inglestde.
N. C. at last used Dr. King's New
Life Pills, and writes they wholly
I cured him. They cure Constipation.
Hilliousness, Sick Headache, Stomach.
I Liver Kidney and Hovvel troubles. 25c
at Lauren.-, Drug Co. & Palmetto Drug
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I The Saving Habit Pays
^ Dividends on Past Efforts.
^ "Get the habit" is a slang phrase, but it is ex.
celleitt advice when applied to tac habit of saving.
<iur advice t<> the yon:;.; man and young woman
who have a desire to get a start in the world is to
have a saving account a:i<! then to "get the habit*'
?|. ?? depositing regularly, a part of his or her
The dividends are not merely the in'
receive on your savings?the habit formed IS worth
dollars to you all the rest of your days.
Our Savings Department i^ at Y< >?.::? Service.
The Bank for Your Savings.
TRIBBLE CLOTHING CO
IF IT'S C'I^OTIIIXti, II ATS AX1J SHOES you want you can't do better than visit
the Tribble Clothing Company on the corner. We have the goods at prices that can't be beat, if it's
style, quality and price you want give us a look, you have the money, we have the goods, let's trade.
V6v the swell dressers the Kd
win Clapp or Regal Shoes* they
make your feet look good and
I'UKvin Clapp $?.5ontid $6 ,v>
Regal 3.50, 4.00 and 5?00
Shoes for Ladies
The Regal Shoe is the Shoe
that will tit any foot in '4 sizes,
ill patent, gun metal and kid.
3.50 and 4.00.
Ask to see that line of Ladies'
Shoes from 1.25 to 3.00. Patent
and kid in the new shapes, they
fit, look good and wear better.
Tn all the new styles from 25c
to 2.00. We can fit the whole
This Store is the
h o ni e of Hart
Schaffner & Marx
There's a good deal of satisfaction
in knowing that the clothes you
wear ar<.- of good quality, all-wool
ure in '.v.
and well tailored. Part of the nleas
iring clothes conies from
that they are of the ritrht
quality. Come in and see for your
self how well the arguments hold
together when Hart Schaffner ec
Marx Clothes is the question.
Suits 18.OO, 20.00, 22.50, 25.00
We have an np-to-date line of
B?/'s Suits in Grays, Browns,
Blacks, Blues and all the fancy
weaves. 1.25, 2.00, a.25, 2.75, 3.00,
3,50, 4,00, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00, 6.50 and
7.50, ages 3 years to 17 years.
We have Overcoats of all kinds
here for dress, business or stormy
wear. Automobile, only a few left,
20.00 coat 16.50, Cravenette in
Grays 10.00, Black 10.00 and 12.50, Dress Coats in
Grays 10.00, Tan 16.50, Storm Coats with higl
collars 5 00, 10.00 and 12.50. We can suit you in
any kind or color or price coat you may want.
Our line of Boy's and Young Men's Overcoats
is very strong. We can fit you at any price and in
any color, 3 50, 4.00, 5.00, 6.00 and 7.50, ages
years to 10 years,
John B. Stetson Hats
When you buy a Stetson Hat
you know what you are buying,
we have* them in stiff or suit, any
color or shape, Price i.so.
< Ittr line of odd Pants are up
to the times. We can fit any
body in the new weaves and
stripes. 1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50,
3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 5.00, 6.00 and
Just come in and look at those
Suits in Grays, Brown, Black,
Oreen, Bine and all the fancy
weaves at prices that speak for
themselves. 5.00, 6.50, 7.50,
8.00, 9.50, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00,
18.00 and upward. Let us show
you a .Suit before you buy.
We are going to look for
you for we are sure it will
be to your advantage to see
our goods before you buy,
for we are the people to
make your money last.
sc Tribble Clothing Company
One Price Cloth