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Treat Coughs an
Often Follow N
Dr. Kind's N ew Discovery
Instantly Relieves and
Breaks Up the most
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> tem has become weakened and
finds itself unable to throw off the
Cold germs. Nature in some cases
will effect a cure; but generally,
without aid we get worse. How
much wiser to help nature nght
j 1 \A ??t
ana expei uicbc tuia x v>t
the feed biU and
mIIIF Red S
IbdfFlt's something the horses and
i^5gsss.^> mnpfiiP?starts the saliva r
8 ^ar s'JPe"or to au al* grain
l^pr y mu*es a treat, and at the sarr?
Our RED SHIRT (first grade) I
[V contains Corn, Oats. Ground Alfj
\lm and pure cane molasses, and anal
Protein 10^ ; lat 3^; Fibn
? PIEDMONT HORSE & MULE K3LASSES
^ 12c c ; tarhohydrates So'.c.
|SWAM?FQX HORSE & MULE MOLASSES FES!
I pcp-rmnrj HORSR & MULE FEED <?.??
g ,\ A JUlll LiVllVi?
*? O i????? i ???^^ *UVic;O.
Protein 12%; Fat 3%; Fibre 12%; Carbohj
11 grain and ground Alfalfa Meal.
| 4 RED SHIRT I
X First Grade: A balanced ration contain
$ keeps them in good condition. Increases th
Eat a reduced cost of feeding. Contains g
Ground Alfalfa, Pure Cane Molasses and
Fibre 12%; Carbohydrates 60%.
I PIEDMONT DAIRY FEED
- or, -,-, rrnr. rrm 4 ^mhination c
== KtU MilKl HUb tllv
We manufacture also RED SHIRT Scratcl
II "SEVEN EGGS A WEEK" HEN MASH ?
/*Sn^s Rice, Cottonseed Meal, Cow Peas, Mei
Protein 18%; Fat 4%; Fibre 12%; C
As shown on the bass in our ad. nearly
products, even to the bagrs and twin
fy j for Oats, Corn, Wheat, Alfalfa ]
We also carry a full j
" ft"" t^aa ?g i)inw
Isp/^"N f y yi on scientific princi
^tr \ / JS Vl greatest nourishn
JL Molony i
U?W?^T~T? I I?III I
ibiroc niri Snrp^ urnur sremefftes Wen \
The worst cases, no matter of how loujr statins
Rre cured by *he wonderful, old reliable Dr
Porter's Antiseptic Hr alin^ Oil. Jr. relieve*
Paiu and Tie als ?t tb~ ?as.,f ?> . 50c. Sj.ih |
S OH .YOU DID NOT 11
' TELL ME A BOUT THAT. I
HOW DID THrtT (
HAPPEN I | I
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COPrfft6T/^6 W)T/OK/)L CAXTOQ/
id Colds At Once
and Lting Ailments
this purpose there is no better
remedy than Dr. King's New_Dis
covery. It is composed of Fine
Tar mixed with laxatives and
healing balsams. It is antiseptic.
The instant Dr. King's New Discovery
comes in contact with the
germs, they die or leave. Your
cough lessens, the irritation is
eonth^r?. nnd vou begin to get
better at once. Don't take the risk
of serious sickness. Take Dr.
King's New Discovery. In use
over 45 years and guaranteed all
the time. All druggists*
T?rrrm? 'TPaCT^WWC.'l.lll trn '^w^nacgr?f
r??~r**'nwm \ 3 I. WJk' Vl
"builds up the %toek.
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T7Tn nr* jw-jNa
0 . SSiLu PH?D '' .-' ' ; '
I mules like?gives them an '
'uniting* and aids digestion. J
feed. Give ycur horses and \
time save money. .
lorse and Mule Molasses Feed #'
alia, made appetizing with salt ^
- - - *?? ^ *
yze s as to flows: ,
c 12(/c; Carbohydrates 57%
I FF^fi Second Grade ? Analyzes: Pi~~ VN, ;
itln ; Fat IVz^cX Fibre <
Pi (3rd Grade) This analyzes: Protein 9^'; S u
~ Fat 2<7c; Fibre 127c ; Carbohydrates 53??? u
Iixech Wemannfarture also a drymixod (no \ \
ses) Horse and Mule Feed, which analyzes:
rdrates 579c. This is composed of straight ^
^ A TRY FEED j
injr Molasses. Cattle are very fond of it?- >1
e flow and enriches the quality of the :ni!k ;a
round Corn, C. S. Meal, Wheat Middling, ;*
Salt. Analyzes: Protein ,159c; Fat 3fyl
Analyzes: Protein 12%: Fat 2\ Fibre \ J
rates 55 </c.
?f Digestive Tankage, Ground Corn. Rire ?3
fattening;. Keeps the hogs in good condition. jfyS
l Feed and RED SHIRT Baby Chick Feed. Ml
imposed of Ground, Corn, Ground
ats. Ground Wheat, Barley, Maize, '3
- -_j r m?I. Analysis:
it iueai auu uuo?vu ,
Carbohydrates 40%. \w~^~ ?
' all of our feed is made from Carolina
e. We are, therefore, in the market
Hay and any other kind of Hayitock
of GRAIN, HAY jj
>nHnHnM^BanHBMKK?r-r: u\.. ' /
Only One "BROMQ QUININE'*
to get the geruine, call for full name, LAXA
nvt; I..KOMO poININE. Look for signature o'
a. w*. OKOt'E. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stop.<
:c-._h '.Hi headache, and worits orl cold. 23c
X ALWAYS TflKF A WOMAN'S
3flRT MISS PfCRN,WHY ONLY
THE OTHER DAY r SAW A
MAN ABUSING HIS W'iFF, H
3REAT.8IG 8RUT? HE WAS
TOO. HE WOULD HAVE BEATEN
THE POOR LITTLE WOMAN
HOP I NOT INTERFERE!?
J! C_ (j
01D YOU RiNQ MY
n v -7 w " 1 r"
' ? Rheuir
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gj How is rheumatism rcc<~gr
H Kneiirnatjsm i:
Jc| Rheumatism i
H Rheumatism ii
J?( Rheumatism ii
0 Rheumatism i:
All have declared?
Sloan's Liniment applie(
U The blood begins 1
gg warmth is renewe<
** Dears?the Dain is ?
: S Sloe
)g[ KILLS PAIN (<
lj Rheumatism and allied p
2 ing qualities of this warmii
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Fortify Your System Bet ere
it is v'v ct5.ktncc by Ins
Dc:;'t wait until yc.: ar? actually si'
to take a laxative, you kno.v "an ounce
of prevention is worth a pound of
cure." If you will just take LIY-YERLAX
regularly, it will keep you conI
tinually in the best possible shape,
bright, energetic and happy. It is
made of harmless vegetable matter,
and by acting gently but effectively
; keeps the system cleared of poisons
i and ready to per' "m its best work.
| LIV-YER-LAX is sold under an abl
soiree ffuarantee to give satisfaction,
or money will be returned. For sale in
50c and $1 bottles at Gilder & Weeks,
P. E. Way and W. G. Mayes.
Monticello., Jan. 15.?The marriage
\Tiic Finn if p Rabb. second
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rabb,
! to Ben Epting of Columbia was solemnized
Uuesdav evening', December
2S, at 9 o'clock, at the residence of
her perents, Monticello. Relatives and
! rlcse friends witnessed the wedding.
1 ' The reception hall and rear hall wer*
| decorated in red and green over which
! candles shed a soft glow. The parlor
j | was radiant in its bridal dress of white
) | and gre^n.
! Before the ceremony Mrs. T. J. Mc"
IITHINK I' Wc'.LYOU SEE IT "
I HEAR I \A/flS LIKE THIS:
' HUH.' WHAT'S
WnHQM.SI i -T-, I I er ? TU CDP
vol Ct.I J SEEMS TO B?
I?~JC j A DOMESTIC ,
- 'M MM
_ j ?
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lized? Some have said? jg
s a dull pain. Jg
s a snarp pain, H
s sore muscles. g
s stiff joints.
s a shifting pain. $g
Rheumatism is Pain. * ;
to flow freely?the body's ^
i?the congestion disap- w
&& k o g
ains yield to the penetrat- *
lg liniment. cS
Meekin. aunt of the bride, rendered:
j sp] r.dld masica] program. To the j
: ri la! chcrus of the Loh-ngrin march !
i;-'4 !>ndrt a *; ri rrocm, unattended, de- : j
w. e-;t*:lrs and entered the cer-j j
. i y rocm. wh^r:1 before an impro- Ij
' -11::7- of v hite with a background i 1
. ; i
- i v. v '".!?]. n:< and green, tueyij
; ; ! : 'if'.Y trth. The Rev. J. M.; i
.--ele ?'f ii : brde, outdated. j?
i". :arn> of t ho bride was enhanced
>?y il' c- gown she wore?a handsome :
and modish violet broadcloiii suit with j
>-:U and other accessories to match.
A buffet supper in courses was served
oy a number cf young friends of the
! '. r i r\ a
| They left by automobile for Colum|
bia, where they will make their home.
Mrs. Epting as Miss Rabb was a
: bright, attractive and popular member;
1 of Monticello society set and will be
i greatly missed by a host of friends.!
! Mr. Epting. a member of an old and
| substantial family of Newberry, now j
| holds a position with Terven-Childs ;
j Electric company. j
Among thp om-of-town guests were .
I the Rev. J. A!. Fridy, Whitmire; Misses j
! anri fr"hinsnn Newberrv: !
1 Mrs. K. .T. Reynolds, Jacksonville, Fla.; j
Mrs. Spence and son, Dr. and Mrs. W.
P. McMeekin and children and Mrs.
Buford Jackson and children, Col urn-,
CHICHESTER S PSLLS
THIS l)IAMOXI> BEAM). r
/y"4>V Laiito! AhU your Dmsclst for A\
? i\ Chl-cbet-tersDIttmonil Urand/AN
in Rod an'i HoId metailic^ty^
>y ho*?, staled with blue Ribbon. \^' j
iw Tv.lic no other. liny of your ?
1/ - fX l>rncir^t. Askfr.rO.'JI.OHKs-TER 5 !
J C* J* I?AM?) VI* KZIAXD TILLS, for S5
\ "?* i<i yeaisfcfiownPsBest,Safest, AV.vaysReliaUt
^?' SW.DBV BRtffifiiSTS FVESY'-ViifW
ABOUT XflE Wf
(3 j /a %
~ well what 1 u
,( d'ya_want ?
\?J f~THfiT fSlSRI
T/ C0URA6E iNfl ;
' (ft'A ^ MfNUTETHflN t ,
5 IN A MONTH.
^ For ,
50 Shares SecurityLoar
16 Shares Mollohon ]
6 Shares Oakland Com
14 Shares Mollohon Con
It is better to have it a
need it and not have it.
Don't you want seme F
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CAROLINA PEOPLE TELL
OF STOMACH REMEDY
Sufferers Find Swift Relief by Use
of Remarkable Treatment.
Stomach sufferers in the Southeast
and. in fact, all over the country, haVf
found remarkable and efficient r3
suits from the use of Mayr's Wonderful
Many ?ave taken this remedy and
tell today of the benefits they received.
Its effects come quickly?the
first dose convinces. Here is what
two Carolina folks have written:
\Y. R. DAVENPORT, Parker, N. C.?
"eykr voor? t have suffered from a dis
ease which puzzled doctors. I heard
'01/ARE I ! NO WOMAN CAN 6
O BRAVE ASUSEDINMYPR
hfw! JOST WATCH ST
^ J I THIS family row
1RHI I IB? I IF YE OONTl
Tr/vry-'.'-r 'TO.T-3 'rL?C^u^a^.l<L3Si
i; nd Investment CompManufacturing
nd not need it than to
i ilium ii
| of your remedy and. one bottle gave
j me relief. Your full treatment has
I about cured me."
J. E. ERV/IN, Winston-Salem, N. C.
?"I am satisfied through personal use
of tha. powers of your remedy. You. .
| have saved my life."
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per-!
manent results for stomach, liver and:*
j intestinal ailments. "Eat as mudli and .
| whatever you like. No more distress.|
after eating, pressure of gas in the
j stomach and around the heart. Get one
i bottle of your druggist now and try it
| on an absolute guarantee?if not satis1
factory money will be returned. ,
I Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
SToar druggist will refund money if ?A.ZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching.
Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first application give--Ease and Rest- 51c*
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