THE McDUFFIE PROGRESS, THOMSON, GA.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1924.
CHAS. G. HOUSTON
Cotton Subject to Customers Inspection at
Bonded Warehouuses Liberal Advances
Small and Large. Made on Either Hold-
Accounts Solicited, ing or Selling Cotton
CAN SELL ALL GRADES OF COTTON ADVANTAGEOUSLY
Latest Belt Feeds Money Maker—All Kinds
Teeth, Files, Belting, Pipe, Injectors, Fit
tings, Engine and Boiler Repairs. Bring
with your auto and work done quick.
Plenty room to park car.
LOMBARD IRON WORKS
Champion Mowers and Rakes, Avery Im
plements and Plows, Rubber Roofing, Field
Fencing and Steel Post. Complete line Har
ness and Saddlery.
SMITH HARDWARE COMPANY
927 Broad St. Augusta, Ga.
MAKE MORE COTTON!
Farmers Joy Boll Weevil Poison
Arsenic in solution, not suspension; once mixed, always mixed; needs
no agitation. Applied by any method, mops, mopping machines and
sprays. STAR SPRAYER MFG. CO., Augusta, Ga.
Gibson Drug Co. agent for McDuflie County.
If you knew that your car could be made beautiful at a very small
ost, would you have it done? Of course you would. Paint beauti
fies and makes it attractive and lasts longer. This can be done by
McLENDON BROS., 627 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
NORFOLK OYSTERS, FISH, CRAB AND
SHRIMP NOW READY.
Poultry and wild game in season. A de
lightful place to lunch. For club luncheons
an dfor automobile parties. Wire or phone
us. Capacity 300 seats. Phone and rest
V. & L. CAFE
Jackson St. Augusta, Ga.
Again offer their services as Cotton Factors and Commission
Merchants to the people of McDuffie, as well as the adjoining
We are prepared to make liberal advances on all consignments,
either for prompt sale, or to be held subject to instructions of the
owners, where such consignments are kept properly margined, and
we require po further security than the actual cotton itself.
We invite correspondence as to terms for handling, etc., from
all those who desire to favor us with their patronage.
MT. AUBURN NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hinton made a
business trip to Thomson Saturday
Mr. Bob Brooks and sons, Messrs.
Horace and Gordon, were in town
Mr. Harvey Wilkerson made a visit
to Thomson Saturday.
Mr. Jim Waller Jones made a short
vist to Mr. John T. Smith’s one day
j Mr. and Mrs. O. D.Hinton and chil
dren made a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
I L. T. Mayes last Tuesday.
Mr. Rogers Allen and Mr. John T.
Smith made a business trip to Thom
son last Wednesday.
I Mr. David Hamilton and little An-
( nie Mae attended meeting at Sweet-
I water Sunday.
1 Miss Mollie Jones, Miss Bessie Kate
Hamilton and Mr. Charlie Jones went
to meeting Sunday at Sweetwater.
Mr. Herman Montgomery and Mr.
John T. Smith were out sporting
. Mr. David Hamilton and children
j spent Sunday with Mr
We are so glad that Gladys, the
lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.
T. Mayes, is getting along fine after
she underwent an operaton. Hope
she will soon be back home.
Mr. Charlie Jones, Miss Bessie
Kate Hamilton and Mr. Clifford
Jones, Miss Mollie Jones and Miss
Willie Mae Brooks were out riding
We wonder which one claimed to
go with B. K. IL, both were riding
with her. You tell ’em 13. K. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wilkerson
and Miss Mollie Jones were visitors
in Thomson Saturday afternoon.
Say, Mary, I guess the flivver came
Sunday without fail, did it not?
Mrs. L. T. Mayes, Mr. Maner and
Alva made a visit to Augusta to see
her daughter, Miss Gladys Mayes.
Mr. Harvey Wilkerson spent a
short while with Mr. Bob Brooks
Mr. Seab Jones spent Sunday with
his brother, Mr. Jim Jones.
Say, Melia, how do you like B. K.?
Mr. Roy Jones called on Miss Am-
mie Lou Montgomery Sunday after
Misses Nellie and Rosa Barksdale,
of Bastonville, made a visit to Miss
Willie Mae Brooks Sunday afternoon.
Mr, and Mrs. O. D. Hinton, Mr. and
Mrs. Simons and children spent the
day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. T.
Mr. J. W. Farr spent Sunday with
Mr. Clarence Smith.
Mr. Tom Johnson made a visit to
Thomson Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Mack Hobbs spent part of last
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Iforrace Brooks spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. Frank Farr.
Say, B. K. H., did that letter come?
I say I bet it did. You tell ’em.
Send shoes by mail. We repair
and return same day.
J. SAWILOWSKY SHOE RENURY
975 Broad St. Phone 3714, Augusta
ITU RES! Yes We Have ’Em, Miller
1 Auto Accessories, Gas and Oil—
MOTOR TIRE AND SUPPLY
1290 Broad St. Phone 42
Howell Brothers Auto
All Work Guaranteed.
Herman j g^. and Milledge-
It is time to use plows
and harrows for grain.
We have the Clark Cut
away, the Acme, and
Peg Tooth Harrows and
Syracuse and Avery
Plows. We want to
serve you. Thomson
TO THE COTTON PLANTER AND MERCHANT:
You expect the cotton factor to whom you consign
your cotton to store it in warehouses where it will be
properly protected from fire and the weather. OUR 1
WAREHOUSES ARE. THE MOST MODERN IN AU
GUSTA AND EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC *
SPRINKLERS which give the utmost protection against
fire. WE HAVE AMPLE SPACE TO STORE THOU
SANDS OF BALES FULLY PROTECTED FROM THE
WEATHER, so that all shipments made to us have the
very best care in every respect.
GOVERNMENT BONDED WAREHOUOSE RECEIPTS
FURNISHED IF DESIRED—LIBERAL AD
VANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS—
WE SOLICIT YOUR SHIPMENTS.
WIENGES & COMPANY
839 Reynolds St. Augusta, Ga.
If you want to see KEENLY
and COMFORTABLY have
your eyes examined by
C. Ii. POINTEL, 0. D.
316 Jackson St. Augusta, Ga.
If Your Phonograph
needs repairs or adjust
ing, write, phone or wire
McMANUS, The Ex
pert, 204 10th St., Phone
1488, Augusta, Ga,
$35.00 and up.
Mowers, $40.00 and up, Rakes, $15.00
and up; Plows, Harrows, Peanut
Pickers, Grain Drills, Hay Presses
and repairs for all kinds of farm
nachinery. Wirtz & Hcrnlen. Phone
l887. Augusta, Ga.
SOUTHERN WELDING CO.
853 Broad St. Augusta, G«
Broken parts of all kinds of mu
chinery welded. Electrical and acety
line welding done while you wait.
There is no e’ffect without a cause
Chiropractic adjustments remove tht
cause of disease and the effects dis
appear without medicine or opera
WM. H. HUGHES, D. C.
No. 7 Johnson Bldg., 2nd floor.
STOP AT THE
609 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Home comfort, large rooms, polite
attention. Plenty of stationery and
large writing room. Rates reason*
A. H. NICHOLS & SON
Marble and Granite Monument*.
634 Sixth St. Phone 719,
DR. FORREST E. NEWHALL
Veterinarian, Foot Specialist, and
Special Attention to Dogs.
Dentistry and Clipping*.
Counrty calls answered day and
836 Ellis St. Phone 2465.
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Mantels, Tiles,
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and Ite-
blockcd by Expert Hatters.
Parcel Post Orders Given Prompt
MEEKER’S HAT WORKS
212 Ninth St. Augusta, Ga.
T. G. BAILIE & CO.
WALL PAPER AND RUGS.
WINDOW SHADES, AWNINGS
AND PICTURE FRAMES
MADE TO ORDER.
420 Jackson St. Augusta, G..
PICTURES , PICTURE FRAMES
Quick, Polite and Artistic Work.
We make them from $2 per doz. up.
Over Howard’s Drug Store.
926 Broad St. Augusta, Ga.
For more eggs, use
Koo-Koo Egg Mash.
For more milk, use
Krameo & Badger Dai
B. S. FLEMING & CO.
1283 Broad St.
CHESTER E. STORY
23 Johnson Bldg.
Tanks, Towers, Plumb
ing and Heating Con
Phone 3401. 852 Ellis St.
Motors, Generators, Anything Elec
trical. Homes Wired.
Radio Sets sold and installed; Dem
EVE REPAIR CO.
Phone 1727. Augusta, Ga.
THOUSANDS OF ROSES AND
For Floral Offerings and Decora
tions, for Weddings.
For plants of all kinds wire, phone
CLOUD’S GREEN HOUSE
“The Bright Spot”
841 Broad St.
P. T. WHATLEY
1273 Broad St.
All latest styles of
Hair Bobbing, all
kinds of Facial and
Lamar Beauty Shop
MISS MABEL BYRD, Prop.
Hours 9:00 A. M. to 7 P. M.
1222 Lamar Bldg. Phone 3331.
STOP—SAVE MONEY !
Luckey will save you money by getting
oil and gas from him. Special ldw prices on
Tires and Tubes. Polite and auick service.
Money made, money savedJ. 1016 Milledge-
ville Road, Augusta, Ga.
ARRINGTON BROS. & Co.
Flour, Hog, Horse and Cattle Feed
Let The Progress Do Your Job
C. WALKER BEESON
W. M. BUTT
WALKER & WALKER
Warehouse licensed and bonded under
the United States Warehouse Act.
S. M. WHITNEY CO.
Established 1868. Augusta, Ga.
Throughout all the years since the Civil
War this company has offered to the farmers
jf the Augusta trade territory a medium
for the marketing of their cotton second to
Ample facilities aro available for either handling cotton for
immediate sale or for storage. Liberal advances made when desired.
Charges commensurate with the service offered and correspondence
invited for details.
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Platinum
and Gold Jewelry.
Why buy elsewhere when you cun get these goods from the OLD
RELIABLE Jeweler. We have Wedding Presents at all' prices.
Thousands of dollars worth of Jewelry, in latest designs, classy,
rich and beautiful. We sell only blue white perfect Diamonds.
Come to see us, you are cordially invited. We are glad to serve
you. We do watch repairing.
WM. SCHWEIGERT & CO.
800 Block Augusta, Ga.