The Danielsviile ilonitor.
| LOCAL, 1
Mrs. Dyar and children visited
her brother, Mr. A. C. Campbell,
here last Saturday.
Mr. J. T. Brock of San Antonio,
Texas, spent the week-end here with
his aunt, Mrs. C. ... Snelling.
Dr. and Mas. W. U. Gholston,
Prof, and Mrs Garnett Ware were
week-end visitors to Mountain City.
Mi). Joe Long of Atlanta spent
the 4th here with his motheT, Mrs.
A. H. Long
Mr. and Mrs?. R. T. Broome and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Echols attended the Vandiver reun
ion near Carmesville.
Miss Lucy Gholston returned
Thursday from a visit to friends in
Lincolnton and Elbertot^.
Mr. Daniel of Atlanta spent the
first of the week with hi si daughter
Mrs. B. T. Moseley.
Miss Louise Christy returned
Thursday from St. Mary’s Hospital
where she underwent an operation
Mr. Fred Bond of Royston was a
visitor here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L\ E. Greene were
visitors in Athens Wedneday after
noon . ' 1
Mr.Glenn Nelms w r ho has been
working near Jefferson is at home
for a few dayaf.
Mr. and Mrs Ellis M. Bond are
visiting the formers parentis, M!r.
and Mrs. J>. E. Bond.
Mr. Knox Griffeth of Atlanta was
a visitor here the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs). Walter Addison
of Blackwells, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
Bartow' Addison of Greenwood, Sj.
C. spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. R. T|. Broome.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Eskew spent
the week-end in Orrnelia and Toccoa
Mr. J. C. Graham of Athens was
a visitor here Wednesday.
Miss Ezzelle Harrison of Com
merce spent Saturday here with her
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vf. A. Har
MR. WILL SORRELLS DIES
Our entire community was sad
••■ned when on Saturday afternoou
new- came that Mr. Will Sorrells
• ; ‘i passed away at his home near
Oar, ekvillee For several weeks his
°n 1 i;:on was such as to alarm his
and loved ones, vet all honed
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‘ J :ht improve, and death came
■ ock to all who knew and loved
Sorrells had lived in Comer
veral years ago, and the
•'-It sympathy and love of hie
friends is ehtended to his fam
■ -• and loved ones during this dark
funeral was held at the Dan
e Presbyterian church last
afternoon and interment was
notice to teachers
1 fyamination for teachers will
; , ld at Danielsville School Build
‘ Danielsville, Ga., Aug. Ist and
- beginning at 9 o’clock, A). M.
R. C. DAVID, Supt.
Fiddlin John Carson
And His Virginia Reefers
Will Give A Field Idfs Concert
Tuesday Night July 15,1924
Beginning: at 8!30 O’clock
This is an opportunity for you to see and hear this world famed fiddler sing and play his
old time favorites such as ‘The Little Log Cabin in the Lane," ‘'Billy in The Low Ground",
Sugar in The Gourd, The Old Hen Cackled and The Roosters Going to Crow, You’ll Never
Miss your Mother till She’s Gone, Turkey in the Straw, etc.
Fiddlin John Carson is the most sought after Fiddler before the American public today.
He pleases his audiences and such sustained popularity must be deserved. It’s a real treat of
pure unalloyed up country harmony, Rollickingly played as only Fiddlin John and his Virginia
Reelers are capable of playing.
Besides Fiddlin John, he will have with him Earl Johnson, fiddling fool from Macon. Ga.
also Red Henderson from Dadeville Ala. and also his daughter who plays any kind of instru
Just come out and forget all of your troubles and wor
ries. AH field I ers are invited to come out with their
instuments and take part with us if they so desire.
SUING ALL THE FAMILY AND ENJOY THE EVENING WITH US.
FOS THE BENEFIT OF WOMANS CLUB
ADMISSION: 25 AND 35 CENTS
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DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
“When every farmer in the
South shall eat bread from his
cun fields and meat from his
cun pr tu’e, and disturbed by
no creditor and enslaved by no 1
debt, shall sit amid his teeming
gardens and orchards and vine
yard* end dairies and bum
yards, pitching his crops in his
own wisdom and growing them
in independence, making cot
ton his clean surplus, and sel
ling it in his own time, and In
bis chosen market, and net at a
master’s bidding—getting his
pay in cash and not in a receipt
ed mortgage that discharges his
debt, but doe? not restore hi*
freedom —then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 1
At a meeting of the Democratic
Erecutive Committee for Madiaon
County held Saturday July sth,
! the closing date for candidates’ cn
! try for the September Primary w3
fired on August Ist. All candidates
must pay nssesments by that dnto
to get their names on the ticket.
J. S. Daniel, Chairman,
J. T. Murray, Secretary,
God in his infinite wisdom has
seen fit to call from this world to
that Celestial City above Mr. W.
R. Collins on June 21, 1924, having
been in poor healtj* for some time,
Jjut co’nfined to his bed only a few
Mr. Collins lived to reach a very
old age, being 72 years old, June G.
He was a member of Vineyard Creek
Baptist church and was loyal to h : s
church and his fellow man, ever road
y to lend a helping hand to those
in need .
It grieves us much to give our
dear ones up, yet we must humbly
bow to the will of the Father, foP
we know that He (loath ail things
well. May God sustain the bereaved
wife and children, and may they as
their ties over yonder become strong
er, become less attached to earth
and moTe to heaven.
His body was laid to rest in the
family cemetery on June 2.2, 1924 .
Rev. Flemming conducted funeral
service. He leaves beside his wife,
six children and a number of rela
tives and friends to mourn his death.
Weep not dear ones but strive to
meet him again at Jesus’ feet.
.. —A friend
WOMAN’S CLU3 MEETING
The Daniel-ville Woman'3 Club
held its regular monthly meeting,
July 3rd, 1924, in the Club room,
with the president, Mrs. A. S. Dal
!i,isd:e of much importance wai
di' jo:-ed of and many new plans were
The way and moans committee di
vided the cob into fiv. different
groups v/ith a chairman and co-chair
man fo < ;h group. Each group is
r : far at least one way of
r Vi g ,r the clul/. Tin ■ i>
.. ticnt over tiie u aal
way money for the club,
a> it give; c member a share in
the v.f/tk and *_v ates interest. We
feci that cur bank account will ie
ui'/.e considerably more by this new
The club was happy to add three
old members back to the club roll
Mrs. Eugene Huff, Mil. W. I).
M' '"low and Mrs. Walter E.-kew.
Mr*. Rufus Sorrells and Mrs. J.
S. luaniel wen* hostesses of the af
ternoon and served a most delicious
salad course, carrying out the patri
otic idea in their bornl decorations of
red, white and blue.