FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1924.
THE McDUFFIE PROGRESS, THOMSON. GA
Representing the Superior Tailoring
at my store with a full line of samj
you a suit made to order. No fit, n«
WHEN IN AUGUSTA
—STOP AT THE—
HOME MADE CANDIES—Pure and Fresh, made by expert candy
makers—all kinds. Pecan Rolls, Fudges, Peanut and Cocoanut
Brittle, and other varieties.
HOME MADE ICE CREAM—The best you ever ate—all flavors and
fruits in season.
LIGHT LUNCHES FOR THE OUT OF TOWN FOLKS—Chicken
Salad Sandwiches, Ham Sandswihce, Swiss Cheese Sandwiches, Pi-
miento Cheese Sandwiches.
Fancy Fruits of all kinds.
OYSTERS AND FISH
When in Augusta, Eat at R. & B. CAFE.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters, Fish, Crabs and Shrirpp. We give
QUALITY and QUANTITY.
948 Broad St., next to new .1. B. White & Co.
R. E. ELLIOTT & SONS
Corner Telfair and Twelfth Sts.
IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
(By REV. P. B. FITZWATKH, D.D., Dean
of the Evening School, Moody Bible In
stitute of Chicago.)
(U, Western Wwopaper Union.)
Lesson for September 28
OPENING PERIOD OF
GOLDEN TEXT—For God so loved
the world, that Hr save His only be-
ffutten Son, that whosoever believeth
In Him should not perish, but have
everlasting life.—John 8:16.
PRIMARY TOPIC—Things to Re
member About Jesus.
JUNIOR TOPIC—Early Events In Je
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR
TOPIC—Lessons of Jesus’ Childhood
and Early Ministry.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
TOPIC—The Opening period of Christ’s
Two methods of review are sug
I. Have the pupils go over the quar
ter’s lessons and bring In reports
which will picture .Tesus us to His
deity, pity, courage, devotion, etc. This
should be assigned the week before
and the reports should he written out
clearly and distinctly and restricted
to a certain number of minutes, ac
cording to the size of the class and
time allotted for the review.
II. The Summary Method. This con- j
slsts In a statement of the principal
facts and leading lessons. The follow
ing suggestions are offered:
Lesson 1. That which Mlcah the
prophet foretold some 700 years be
fore and Gabriel announced to Mary
and Joseph took place In Bethlehem
and was made known to the shep
herds. When the shepherds hud In
vestigated they went back praising
the Lord and telling the good tidings
to others. Those who hear the Gospel
must tell It to others.
Lesson 2. Though Jesus Christ was
the Son of God, therefore divine, and
had taken upon Himself the human
nature, which (he lloly Ghost had cre
ated, He developed as a normal human
Lesson 3. While Jesus was absolute
ly sinless, He submitted to baptism,
which is a sinner’s ordinance, because
He took the place of sinners. It was
an act of dedication of Himself to the
task of bringing in a righteousness
which was accomplished on the cross
Lesson 4. .Tesus was led Into the wil
derness by the Spirit to be tested by
the power and subtlety of the devil in
order to demonstrate the reality of
the union of the human and divine na
tures—In order that man might have
a real foundation upon which his faith
might rest In order to he saved. Christ
met and defeated Satan by the use of
Lesson 5. When John the Baptist
pointed out to his disciples the Lamb
of God, they left him and followed
.Tesus. When they came to know Him
as the Messiah, they brought others
to Him. The natural thing for one to
do who lias found Christ Is to bring
others to Him for salvation.
Lesson 6. Marriage was ordained by
God and the find wedding was sanc
tioned by His presence. Jesus Christ,
who was hourly about His Father’s
business, set. a mark of honor upon
the mainspring of life hy gracing this
marriage feast with Ills presence. The
Redeemer of man thus lifted the ordi
nance of marriage to its proper dignity
und beauty. The deftign was to show
the divine glory.
Lesson 7. When .Tesus, the Lord of
the temple, found It. defiled, He drove
out the money changers and the anl-
mnls. To use the Lord’s house ns a
place of merchandise Is to pollute It.
Because He was zealous for God He
could not rest while God’s house was
Lesson 8. Though Nlcodemus was n
man of high station, a ruler among
the Jews, even a religious teacher, he
needed to be regenerated before he
could see the Kingdom of God.
Lssson 9. Because Jesus’ supreme
business was to seek and to save the
lost He “must needs go through Sa
maria” to save the immoral woman
who came to Jacob’s well.
Lesson 10. Sickness of the nobleman’s
son brought him to Jesus. Because
the nobleman believed Jesus he had
the joy of seeing his son alive.
Lesson 11. Jesus’ habit was to go to
God's house to worship. While in the
synagogue He read and expounded the
Scriptures. It was not only Ilis cus
tom to attend God’s house, but to take
part in the worship.
Lesson 12. Though Jesus wus divine
He needed the solitude for the renew
al of His strength In communion with
School opened Monday, September
15th, with a larger attendance than
The 1’. T. A. met Friday afternoon.
The following officers were elected:
Mrs. E. E. Dudley, President; Mrs.
Dovie Bross, Vice President; Mrs. C.
B. Pearson, Secretary. We had a
large attendance of both men and
ladies. Each patron is urged to at
tend the next meeting which will be
held on Friday before the third Sun
day in October.
The patrons met and cleaned off
the yards and fixed the pump Mon
We have had several games of vol
ley ball. -
The boys hope to get the basket
ball court fixed in the near future.
Mr. Loyd Jones spent last week
end with Mr. Frank Fullbright, Jr.
Mrs. Dovie Bross, our principal, is
boarding with Mrs. John B. Duna
Miss Mary Fullbright spent Sun
day with Misses Lillian and Rosalie
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morris spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
theid daughter Mrs. L. C. Hammock.
Miss Love Morris spent the week
end with Misses Lillian and Rosalie
Miss Ida Pearson had as her din
ner guests Sunday Misses Love Mor
ris, Lillian and Rosalie Fullbright,
Ada Cason and Myrtice Pearson.
There will be a barbecue and ice
cream supper at the Callaway school
house, given for the benefit of the
school, Friday night, October 3rd.
Every one is cordially invited to come
and bring your friends.
Have received a new
shipment of Fall Cloaks
for misses and women.
Come to see them, at
LIST OF DEAD LETTERS
A Sentence Prayer
Father, we commit ourselves into
Thy hands, and ask that Thou wilt
do with us and for us as seemeth
best unto Thee.
God endows with talent, furnishes
the time, supplies the opportunity, and
enables one to Increase his posses
Advertised at the Postoffice at Thom
son, Ga., September 22, 1924.
1. Mrs. Rachel Anderson.
2. Mr. Claude Blanchard.
3. Mrs. Tom Boatwright.
4. Chelley Blount.
5. • Mr. Jack Brown.
6. Hattie Davis.
7. Mrs. Ella Dillard.
8. Mr. Arfire Conel.
9 John Grofin.
10. Anderson Hampton.
11. Gold Harris.
12. Mr. Joy Houder.
13. Homer Jones.
14. Mel F. Kendrick.
15. Mrs. Virginia Lee McDaniel.
16. Miss Mattie McNier.
17. John Bittes.
18. Mrs. Carrie T. Pitts.
19. Mr. C. H. Powell.
20. Mr. Ed L. Silas.
21. Mr. J. W. Smith.
22. Frank Thompson.
23. Watson’s Magazine.
24. Mr. Gordon Williams.
If the above letters are not called
for in two weeks they will be sent
to the dead letter office.
All Belongs to the Lord When calling for these letters al-
Silver und gold Is the Lord’s to give ways sayj “Advertised,” giving the
number and date advertised.
In accordance with the postal laws
a fee of one cent will be charged upon
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, for one
year, every customer buying goods at our
store will be given a profit sharing certifi
cate with each 25c worth of goods bought.
These certificates wifi be accepted by us at
face value toward the purchase of any arti
cle in our SPECIAL NOVELTY DEPART
Is there a baby in your house under one
year of age? Bring it to our store. It wifi
receive FREE a Gold Ring. The supply of
rings is limited. Call NOW. Tomorrow
may be too late.
MELTON DRUG GO.
Pure Drugs, Sodas, Cigars, Candy, Etc.
Prescriptionr a Specialty.
Come in and get acquainted with our pro
fit-sharing plan. Save your certificates—
they are worth money to you.
MORRIS E. BURKE
Representing Standard Old Line
Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Automobile
Fire and Theft, Liability, Collision and
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ARMY GOODS AND SPECIALTIES.
We carry a complete line of Army Goods
and Specialties, including the following:
U. S. Army Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, $1.00 value,
per garment , i?_ c
U. S. Army Officers Khaki Shirts, $2.00 value - 65c
U. S. Army Wool Straight Pants, $5.00 value $2.4;>
New U. S. Army O. D. Wool Shirts, $5.00 value $2.9o
U. S. Army Pure Wool Blankets |3.4.> up
All kinds of Riding and Hunting Breeches from 51
New U S. Army Riding Bridles, double bits and Rems
New U. S. Army McClelan Saddles, steel stirrups, Extra
A few more U. S. Army Heaters in two different sizes to go^ ^
We"solicit" your" mail orders, 20 per cent with order, balance C. O.
D. When in the city come and sec the most completely equipped
ARMY STORE in the SOUTH.
Army Goods & Specialty Store
2032 Broad Street. AUGUSTA, GA.
Belongs to the Lord
What the Lord hus saved belongs to i the delivery of
the Lord.—Evangelical Teacher.
J. D. BASTON, Postmaster.
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1301 Broad St.
Severe Pains in Side
| spell and sickness,”
writes Mrs. Emma
Patrick, o* Caney, Ky.,
“and it was an effort for
me to go about my home.
I had a very severe pain
in my left side that almost
took my breath at times.
I lost my appetite. I grew
thin, pale and lifeless. I
fell off till I only weighed
about 115 pounds.
“Cardui was recom
mended to me and by the
time I had taken one bot
tle I saw it was what I
needed. I ate more and
rested better. I kept tak
ing it and my skin and
flesh took on a more
healthy color. I felt
stronger and, as the nerv
ousness left me, the pain
in my side was less severe.
After taking nine bottles,
I eat anything, go any
where and feel fine. I
weigh 160 pounds and am
well. I feel that I owe it
all to having used Cardui.”
Pain, in certain parts of
the body, is a sure indica
tion of female compli
cations. The treatment
needed is not the use of
narcotic drugs, but—
The Woman’s Tonic