The Bastrop Advertiser (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. 71, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 24, 1924 Page: 4 of 8
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THE BASTROP ADVERTISER SECOND OLDEST PATER IN THE STATE
I Lumber f
j Repair Your Property |
The comfort of your family will be
5= ma'erially enhanced if repairs are made
== in time. §|
1 Buy Your Material From Us J
We have everything required to make
=S a new house or building or to repair an
|H old one ^
| DO IT NOW-ENJOY IT LATER |
1 J. L. Wilbarger & Co. 1
Four shoats were taken up
on the Fred Keil estate Monday
Twt, were Black and White spot
ted and others are black and
sandy colored. Marked right ear
with round hole. Owner can
have same by paying for this
add and for damage and feed.
See the new Spring shoes at
"1 have had trouble with
an Inactive liver," wrote Mr*.
S. Nichols, of 4412 Spencer
St., Houston, Texas. "When
I would net constipated, I would
feel a light, dizzy feeling in my
head. To get up in the morning
with a lightness in the head and
a trembly feeling is often a sign
that the stomach is out of order.
For this I took Thtdford's
Blac^-Draught, and without a
doubt can say 1 have never
found its equal in any liver
medicine. It not only cleans
the liver, but leaves you in such
a good condition. I have used
It a long time, when food does
not seem to set well, or the
stomach is a little sour."
NOT only you—hut all those
around you are annoyed by
the constant hacking of a persist-
ent cough. I)r. king's New Dis-
covery breaks coughs quickly by
stiinulut ing t lie mucous membranes
to throw off the clogging -■<ro-
tioris. Has a pleasant taste. At all
Dr. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
I If it isn't |
| it isn't |
Liver Medicine. n
WftOVlD UNIFORM DOUUMnONAL
(By RKV. V H HTZWATSR, D.D..
l) u of the 10\ ii.u« School, Moody
Bible Institute of t'hliaico.)
i k l SI N«. ep.. |>er t'man )
LEbSON FOR JANUARY 27
ISRAEL SAVED AT THE RED SEA
I.IS.-. I.N | KXT—Kkod 14 21-31.
<i«i|.t>KN TKXT Tlie Iaii'J In m>
strength mut atitl he le ttecome
my .i 1 x mi I.>n I.xoj 1 ft:X
ISTKHMKIHATK am> senior top-
IC— turarl S.t\ eil t the Hed Sea.
YOl'NU l KOM.K ANU AI'tt.T TOP-
IC—G<id'« Hiildaiue Vrutn Kgypt to
The t• it*;« firoUc from the ntiung
tiund of iAlnilgbt.v, the tenth turn
of ili «•; (■«• <>f i >mn!poten<e, brought
rii.na"li U iiiue uiid lutilie niui willing
to let Israel go The Israelites went
>ut in their whj to the promised land
with high hand. Through the land
of the Philistine* the tourney would
have heen comparatively short, but
f!od i onmiunded tliein to turn from
that «), lest, goln; through the land
of the Philistine*. they would be dl
rouiaged at the sight of war and de-
sire to turn back to Kgypt The wa>
of tlie wilderness was a l<>ng route
but I had many valuable Iwvona for
tl • in. It> thla they eacuped the experi-
ence of WBf. but learned ihe crooked
tie--, niui perversenes* of their own
Tin I.old went before them in a pi I
lar o' < loin! by diij and 11 pillar of fire
by night. Me not only thus Indicated
unto them the right path, hut walked
with th« in in it. At the I.old's diroc
tlon ibej turned from their first course
tul Here made to fw e something dlf
flcult. The Ked sea was before them
:jt:i' ot*'iialt'.s on either side. The
mi n ki n Kg>|itluns hail recovered from
their sorrow and now saw the Israel
lies In n situation from which thej
i'ouIU not extricate th<>iii-e!\ >. Thej
Interpreted this to menu that Muses
wo* unable to lead theui out of their
ditti'iilty Therefore, they went in pur
suit, hoping yet to prevent them from
going out of the country.
I. The Miraculour. Escape of the Is-
raeUtes (I'xod. 1-1:21, U.').
They were in a straitened condi-
tion, but had no reason to fear, fur the
Lord hud led them there. There seem*
to have been n twofold object In lead-
ing them Into this particular place: to
Stiengthen the faith of the people snd
to lay n snare for th« overthrow of the
Egyptians. The people, u* usual, dis-
played tiieir unbelief, even censuring
Starter and Demountable Rims ZHS.00 Extra
• V \
Why You Should Order
Your Ford Car Now
Actuiil rrUitl dilltrriM
In December. fii.iWu/i-
uijf u tim high fvmrd
tor u lnttr buying.
Considering that, as spring ap-
proaches, retail buying will become
more active, then- w. ill be .1 greater
demand for l ord C.irs this* spring
than evei before.
Therefce. the only way you can
l>e sure of obtaining delivery this
coming spring or summer is
to place your order immediately.
If yrtti do not wish f' pay <•'*'*
ytjw * ar \oij can arrange for a %matl
payment ittmtt and t'ujy ttrrtta on
the b.tiaftee <*r vnu <.in hu\ on
the turd Weekly Purchase Flan.
See the Nearest Authorized
where she has
January 1924 |
r*he first of a new year is a great time
■ to make new resolutions, pay debts, pay
V -s replied to their murmuring*' by
|for puiet while. She will spend = ,axes and 8tart the new year wit], a new
. ..g: Tear ye not, stand still, and her vacation days at home until = sheet.
How is your name on your merchants'
; books? Is the sheet thumb worn and is
: there an old balance due '
Mr. Virj?al 9 peck has returned
horrid fn>m hi« trip to Kockport
a visit to his Aunt, Mrs Mandy
"I Got the Job!"
"TV. 'n be Manager of my
Ik pai mient.starting Monday.
The boss said he had been
watching all the men. When
he found I had l>een studying
at home with the Interna-
Schools he knew I had the
right stuff in me. Now we
can move over to that new
house and you can have a
maid and take things easy.
i tell you, Nell, taking that
course with the I. C. S. was
the best thing I ever did."
This is just one instance of
the way I. C. S. training is
Winning promotion for thou-
sands of men and bringing
happiness to homes all over
Bie world. In offices, shops,
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
Box Scranton, Peni a.
t<il me how I ran
rhieh I have mark'd an V :
f' Mn'hanlral En*ln« r
1 Steam Knifineer
stores, mines, mills and on
railroads, 1. C. S. trained men
are stepping up to big jobs,
over the heads of older men
whose only qualification is
(let busy right now and
put yourself in line for pro-
motion. You can do it in
spare time in your own home
through the I. C. S., just as
thousands of other men have
done, just as more than
180,000 m«*n are doing to-day.
This is all we ask: Without
cost, without obligating your-
self in any way, put it up to
us to prove how we can help
you. Just mark and mail
see the salvation of the Lord." Stand-
ing Miil hi su'-h u trial i* faith taking
hold on '<od's promise*. Uoil *aid to
Mowe*: "Wherefore rrlest thou unto
tneV Spenk unlo the i blldreri of lirael,
that they go forward." Having had
hu delimit promise, to have prayed |where he visited his friends
longer would have het-n unbelief. The
lifting up of the rod simply served m ^r, Andrew Mai tin has re-
sonieihlng tangible upon wldrh their |
faith oould net. They were to go for jturned to Santa Anna. After
ward a step at a time, without raiding
any question u* to the outcome, for
from the same source from wlileh came Ingram. •
the command c-Hiue the power to obey. |
The presence of the I.ord was adapted i r, E. E. ItariU'tt has return
to their need* a* they went forward. I
The form of the IMvlne presence and . ed front Austin where lie has
help I* determined by 111# people's
need* The cloud then passed to the
rear and held the enemy v' bay. The Ada Uarlett.
presence of Ood had a double effect:
darkness and confusion to the enemy
and light and guidance to Ills people. .
As they went forward the very thing church last Sunda) on account
which seemed their dec! met ion became j of the weather 'being so bad
a wall of protection on either side. i
Eoyptisns1 But here's homing there will
been visiting his sister Mrs.
There wasn't very manyat
be more next church day.
Miss Eula Smith has return-
II. The Overthrow of the
(Kxod. 14 ).
Having seen the Israelites go across
di .i shod. ['Iiaruob and hit people mild-
ly pursued them. They insanely
thought thai they, in their unbelief ;ed home from Lockhart Sau--
could follow In the wake of Hod's I.. , , . ,
children ri.e l ord looked forth from,,tanum where she was operated
ihe cloud a mi wrought confusion 0n. Miss Davis of Austin will
among the Kgyptlans. He not only |
looked ufion them, but took off their jCOntillUC teaching
chariot wheels, causing I hem to realize
thut tiod viis lighting a#:iinM them
He then directed Mo«es to stretch
forth Id* ro<l and bring destruction
until she is able to start again
Mr. Roy Holder has been
visiting Hickory pretty regular
Think he is trying to find him
a girl Hut dont know if he will
Upon the Kgyptlans.
III. The Song of Triumph. (Kxod
1B:1 -lil i.
Standing on the other shore of the
Red sea. they oouM fittingly sing the, , . , ,
song of triumph because of the ml- succeed or not. we think they
raculoim deliverance and ov i whelming a]| t„ wild for him. They
defeat. They attributed all to Hod. I
All self was inft out. in a glad coming'will have to be tamed a little
ilfj a slmllai but larger congregation
will sing the same soug with an addl
tlon namely, of the l.amb (Her. l.'i:3)
Olanta In the W y.
Ir Is when we are In the way of duty
that vve find giants. It was when Is
rat i was going forward that the giants
appeared. When thev turne<l back
into the wllderneu they found none.—
J.ets Get Right
it you cannot wipe out the old balance
nirtke him a paynient however small and
that will make him feel almost as good as
if you had paid in full, for it shows that
you have made some effort to pay and as-
sures him that your intention is to pay.
January is a Pay Up Time
Retail Mtrdanls Credit Ass'n.
Without cost or obligation on my iiart, plea '•
qualify for the poni*i«.r, or in'he subject befon w hich
< ivil Knflnafr
111 if Prtnt ft'-ftdinr
f * ontrirtor •n'S Build'r
( i < ' k kre'plfiff
rvcyitif nd UaippvAfl U^1'" vraphrr atxd T)pis! ! H*«Jio
f " A lvr twtng
fj 1 i*•;! Sf • v w e
KMilway Mj«ii ' lerk
■ MHMft e>MMM*eH««H«ee e n n« «««.e«e* e « ee .
Joy la fttrength.
l.ove finds delight where duty only
found dlstreee, end ns thr soul Is al-
ways fed by noble pleasure, the Joy of
'he I ord becomes our slrengih I. If.
"There's the Rub.'*
.Men will wrangle for relit' < n, write
for It, ll^ht for it, die for It. any thing
but li*e foi It.--Cotton,
When love and eklli work together,
more for hint
Miss Irma Ferguson who is
attending the Normal at San
Marcos spent the week end with
hre parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mr. Floyd Smith gave a sing-
ing last Sunday night. There
wasn't a very large crowd there
on account of the weather being
Your Doctor takes
Your dci of citwav* ut*« atrrilr ■•««. lUriU
colt or. ar.d ntril* ba&Jaffi.
1 ir utn i vriiMripaof old linen or Kanithercbicfi.
II* I*krt imi rlttml of Infrconn.
For 29 ytvrr prw plinlciuu and err a l niffrom
have uwcj Dwiri <w Hlack product* Krcanw (hr
naror H. .* i A. Blwl it to ihrm a guarmnMc of
Weacl'.Uwurtfs Black drcaalnBahccauacwvknow
(*rm Ul< Uf kri n raadr ImiMxalhlc b* doablr
•l«rlli:.i i,i. Ix>uw cacti packss* b marked
"atcnlr ° ■ ,il fiwjrutfd (o be ilrrllt when foil
break itf m- I.
Alwavak^ • it, towhomr, rudvforroivrfrncT.
Bauer ft. IH.ii k mKmIm pla.rrr,sterile ahaorbenl
cotton, • • > i> aad atarile bantlagri. the
Ct'M i< in.nli lie prrparrdlor the little aciiJenn
•ml U' iiiiilluii-ni lint aid until ihe doclvt
cornel, f t iJ. imrful a* your doctor.
C. EfNid & Son
DR. A. B. CARTER
Office in Birch I !dg.
Attorneys at Law
Office over First National Bank
PAGE & I'OWEIX
Attorneys at Law
Office Citizens State Bank Hldt
[3. W. Webb hmma StullkeD Web*
WEBB & WEBB
Oflice over Jonea Drug Store
Call 50 for Cleanitg. Pies.,ing
and dying.—Hodges & Green.
LESLIE D. WILUAMS
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