The Danielsville Honitor.
Miss Cieo England of Athens
spent the week-end hese with friends.
Mn|. €. G. Moore and childrtn
visited Mrs. Moore’s parent-? the
first of the week. !
Mr. W. h*. Eskew with several
club boys, Mr. R. 1- Broome and ,
Cos!. C E. Adams were among those '
from Madison County in Athens
Wednesday to meet the members, o$
the Georgia legislature and senate*
Miss Georgia Dalton of Winston-
Salem, N. C. will be the house guest
of Mrs. A. Si. Dalton next week.
Miss Julia Baker is visiting her
brother, Richard, in Rutherfordton,
N. C. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Careon and
sister, Ruth, of Athens spenr a short
while with their brother, Cecil, Sun
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Nelms and
son, John W. < S. C. are
visiting their parents.
Those from Danielsville enjoying
two weeks outing at James Spring are
Mr. J. E,. Bond and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis M. Bond, Mias Orie
Hall, and Mr*. Charlie Benton of
Col. C. G. Moore made a business
trip to Athens Tuesday.
Little Ouida Collier of Colbert will
be the guest of Little Miss Mary
Dalton next week.
Miss Sarah Nash of Washington,
Ga. was the attractive guesf of Miss
Sara Lou Bullock for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrtsv R. T. Broome and
Miss Mozelle Williams viiited Mr.
Broome’s father near Mit. Airy, Ga.
MLjj Ora Kellum of Athens spent
several days here with relatives the
latttr part of week*.
Misses Frances Siott and Kathleen
Snellings were shopping in Atheu-
Little Miss Elisabeth Power of El
berton is spending the week with
Little Sarah Rhth Mhrray,
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Mrs. Leila Bond has returned
from Dahlonega, Ga.
Mi. John Edd Randall is visiting
relatives near Carnesville, Ga.
Sunday afternoon at two o’ilock
at the Methodist parsonage occurred
the marriage of Miss Seymour and
Mr. Kidd, both of Bowman, Rev.' Al
Superior Court, July Term, 1924
Section No. I
J F, AJlen, M. D. Hix, A. H
Steadman, J. N B. Thompson, M
•). Dav; S W. J, Nat Lord, J. Frank
Tiller, W. B. Porterfield, J. D.
p atten, J. H. Bird, H . M . Compton,
M H ■ Hampton,
Section No. 2
F. Carithers, J. C. Dove, F.
'o-. na, C. G. Deadwlyer, G. M.
Compter,, G. J. Allen, R. C. Davi
:'on > C. M. Dean, D. B. Epps, C.
0 Draper j. Worley Hardman, W.
Section No. 3
•1 ■ P.owe, 'D. E Carithers,
p - I orris, w T . C. Sorrells, L.
' ‘ "an, M. L Adams, Leonard
■ L. A. Mattox, W. G.
■J. D. Compton, T. N.
San,i ;.-. j. m. Gaulding.
Section No. 4
J Frank Moon, .J. F. Gunnells,
L Dillard, T. W. Adams, A. L
Wi;ii ams, DL. Huff, J. B, Eber
*‘ardt, H. C. Kirk, Crof Graham,
J D. Graham, A, P. Stevens, C.
* CEDAR GROVE *
Rev. E. R, Go.-is filled hig regular
appointment here Sunday afternoou.
Mr. and Mns. Luther Ingram of
Athens were the guests of Mr), and
Mrs B . M Strickland Saturday night
Miss Lora Philip was the guezt of
Miss Ruby Strickland Sunday after
Mr. and Mns. W C. Jordan were
guesta of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Strickland Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. B Mi. Strickland
were guests of Mr. and Mnsj. Ervin
Collins a while Wednesday night.
We are sosey to report Mrs. Mary
Sorrell on the sick list at present.
Mri. and Mrs. John Scrrell were
guests of Mrs. Mollie Carrington
Mr. Sam Patten of Oak Grove
and Mr. Duncan of Comer were vis
iting Mr. Loge Coile Sunday after
Mr. Oza Evans and Mr. Collie
Sorrell were guests of Mr. R. M.
Strickland Wednesday afternoon.
Mr, and Mm. H. L. Strickland
of Jones Chapel were guests of Mr.
and Mns. B. M, Strickland Sunday.
Mr3 Bert .Bond waa the guest of
Mrs. Isham Parham Saturday and
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Collins were
gue.sfes of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Col
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* JIUST FROM SHKLO *
The singing given by Miss
Etta Dudley was enjoyed by a
Mr and Mrs Fat Crow attend
$d Sunday School at Friendship
Miss Aunie Mae Baxter spent
Sunday with Miss Etta Dudley.
Miss Ruth Crow spent Sun
day with Miss Loneaa Crowe.
Mr and Mrs Coy Crowe spent
Monday night with Mr and
Mrs Pat Crowe.
Mrs S' T Beaten bough and
daughter spent Mojnday after
noon with Mrs Horace Beaten
Mr Claud Dean, Misses Pau
line Bruce and Minnie Fowler
ispent a wnile Sunday afternoon
| with Mr and Mrs E ddie Beaten
Mr and Mrs Clarence Rennet
;spent Sunday with Mr ./...•*
I Crowe and family,
| Mr Julian Rich and Miss Hen
| ryetter Guest were happily mar
ried Saturday night, we wish
itherr: a long and happs iiie-
Mr and Mrs Marion Timb
arh spending a while with
ing- s while with homeolks.
Mr and Mrs Earnest uignee
has returned from Florida to
spend a while:
Our Sunday School will have
a picnic at James Spring Satur
day we hope the little >nea a
ANNUAL HOMECOMING AT
The annual home coming at- Fort
will be held on Saturday, July 26th
1924. Let all tht friends bring well
filled baskets. We hope to have a
good time. '***
Ordered fcy the rommittte.
Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, ’uly 25,1924
The public generally, the citizens
of Madison County, .and tspecially
those residing in and around Dan
ielsville, are requeued to mtet at
the Cemttery at Danielsville, bring
with them rakes, hoes and axes, to
assist in cleaning off the cemetery
and putting the same in better shape..
The date stt is next Thursday, July
24, 1924. Those who have loved
ones, friends buried in this cemetery
should make it their special duty
to be on hand and assist in this work.
If you cannot help in person, send
SI.OO to hire a hand in your stead.
Address The Committee, Danielsville,
* COLBERT *
MISSES SIMS ENTERTAIN
Misees Veta and Vivian Sims de
lightfully entertaintd the younger
set at a p;rty, Saturday evening, Ju
ly 12, 1924.
Many delightful games were en
joyed during the evenini, and at a
late hour aeliaious refreshments were
Those present were: Misaes Mar
ry Gbolstcn, of Athena, Ellishee Lat
ty, Ouida and Mamie Sorrow. Ruby
Dunsan, Annis Hardrr.an, and Veta
and Vivian Sims.
Messers Quillian Benton, Yates
Rosa, Edwin Hart, Arnold Collier,
Holden and Cecil Hardman, and
Whelchel Bronks of Commerce.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams
have returned from South Georgia
where they visited the rel
Miss Mary Gholston of Athena was
the guest of her grandmother, Mra.
J). W. Hardman for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Collier and
children have returned from a de
lightful trip to Stt Simons Island.
Miss Ruth Dunian of Colbert
spent the past week in Athens.
Misa Labassare Barnett has return
ed from a visit to relatives in North
and South Carolina.
Mr. Whelchel Brooks of rommctve
spent the- week-end in Colbert.
Miss Bonnie Porterfield , is spend
ing some time in aolbert.
Miss Estelle Waggoner has return
ed from Jefferson.
Mr. Otto Porterfield of Bogart
was ir. Colbert for the week-end.
Miss Ruth Hitchcock returned Sun
day from a visit to her sister, Mrs.
Mrs G. L. Loden has returned
from Carnesville where she visited
her mother. '
Fiddlin’ John Carson will give a
fiddler’s concert at the school build
j ing at Colbert, Saturday night, July
! 26, under the auspices of the Wo
'Hub; Admission 25c & 35c.
PETITION FOR TOTAL DIVORCE
IN MADISON SUPERIOR COURT
JULY T..RM 1924
To the defendant, Joe Jackson
The plaintiff, Elenor .Jackson,
having filed her petition for divorce
against Joe Jackson in this Court,, j
returnable to this term of Court, and
it being made to appear that Joe
Jackson is not a rt. 'dent of said Conn i
t.y. and a! that he does rot reside
in aid State, it is ordered, consid
tred end adjudged by the court that
fervice be perfected on the defend
ant by publication of this order
i t wice a month for two months before
1 the next term of this court, in the
public gazette of said County in
I which the advertisements,
! and sales are ordinarily published.
This the 9th day of July 1924
And it is so ordered. ,
W. L. HODGES,
Judge of the Superior Court
* MOONS GROVE *
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The farmers are very proud to
see the nice rain that we have need
ed a long time and are busy sowing
Mr. and Mr. Johnie McElroy
of Progress spent Monday night with
the former’s parentis, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie McElroy and family.
Mi?, and Mrs. Howard Veal of
Athens are visiting the later’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winfrey.
Mr. and Mrs. Alltn of Athens is
viniting Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr..
Jerry Faulkner and famly.
Fishing setms to be taking the
lead around here and they all do en
joy going whether there is any fish
caught or not.
Mrs. W. M. Davis and little
children, Mrs. ty. C. Murray and
children, Mrs. T. G. Hitchcock of
Danielsville and Miss Nadine Power
of Elberton spent Tuesday afternoon
with Mrsf. Elmo McElroy.
Mra. J. S. Daniel waa in this
community electioneering ,recently;
she is running for Legislature; we
wish for her much success in the
M*l. Tate Bullock and daughter,
Mayme, have our deepest sympathy
in the death of their dear wife and
Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Strickland
spent Tuesday shopping in Athens.
Mfi. Knor Bullock is moving his
saw mill from the Colbert place af
ter having sawed there several monts
Mr. Garnetto Ware of Danielsville
was in our vicinity Friday writing
Mr. Richard McElroy made a
business trip to Comer Wednesday.
Misses Claudyne and Kathleen
Shaw from Diamond Hill spent SaL
m-day with their sister, Mra|. Elmo
Let’s not forg*eit Sunday School
at this place every Sunday afternoon
at 2:30 .
Mieses Tenna Mae and Minnie
Lou Murray from Diamond Hill spent
Saturday with their cousin, Mias
Willie Lois Murray.
Mrs. F. W, Findley spent the
past week-end with her daughter, Mrg
Mr. Edd Bryant and little chil
dren sfc>ent the with hia
sister, Mrs. Charlie Strickland.
Mr. and Mrs. Warford Jordan
and daughter, Willi, from Crawford
ville, have been visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Will White and
children from Colbert spent Sunday
with h : s fa*her, Mr. .fake White.
Miss Rosie Roberts, Messers Har
vie Jordan Glenn a r, d Buford Smith
made Mils Estell Jrvan a pleasant
call Sunday afternoon
Mr. Clint Haynr and family spent
Sunday with Mr. Carl Branyan and
fnroily of Progreso.
Mr, D Jones and family attended
tic b. ti 1 r dinner of his brother,
Vi- y, ;i! . ■ Sunday.
oh . . , Mi- C. R. McElroy and
children rr- ' ‘ Sunday afternoou with
Mr. Dan Murray and family.
Mn. and Mr®. ( loud Murray and
daughter, Annie, spent the week-end
with Mr. Ben Sorrow and family of
Mr. Will Allen ard family -pent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. D. H.
Murray and family.
DISTRICT MEETING AT MEADOW
At Meadow, next Sunday after
noon, July 20th a distrist meeting of
distriht no. 6 of the Hebron associa
tion will be held. An inttrestiug
program will be put on d/veussing Sun
day School work, W. M U work and
Yeung ptoples worn in the chhrch.
Progrom begins at 3:OQ o’clock
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
“When every farmer in the
South shall eat broad from his '
own fields and meat from his
twn pai/.ure, and disturbed by '
no creditor and enslaved by no ’
debt, shall sit amid his tocming 1
gardens and orchards and vino- '
yards end dairies and barn- ’
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 timp, and in ’
his chosen market, and no* at a ’
master’s bidding—getting his '
pay in cash and not in a receipt
ed mortgage that discharges his
debt, but does not restore hia
freedom—then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
* MT. ZION LOCALS •
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We are still having plenty of
rain and fighting boll weevils
is tha order of the day.
Mrs Leek Mann and children
of Danielsville was the guest
of Mrs Jesse Patten Wednes
Mr and Mrs Will Irvin and
children made a tain to Winder
Mr and Mrs Hope Carjthers
and children spent Sunday with
Mr Jonah Carithers and family
near Cedar Grove,
Messers George and Jeff Hol
comb of Bishop Ga, has return
ed home after several days
visit to relative in this vicinity.
Mr and Mrs Joe Patten and
Miss Lou Morton Pattern visi
ted relatives near Colbert, the
Colbert the past week-end.
Mrs Hope Carithere and Miss
Francis visited Mr and Mrs
Claud Meadow of Comer last
Mrs Hassie Burton and chil
dren hare returned to Athena
after a pleasant visit to Mrs
We are glad to learn that Mr
Geo Nelms is improving after
having had a severe sick spell.
Mr O T Patten and family
from Cedar Grove community
was soend the day guest of
Mr and Mrs Jasse Patten Sun
Mr and Mrs and Fred Land
ers spent Sunday with Mr and
Mrs Vasco Landers.
Mr and Mrs Fred Harkin of
Atlant has bt< n visiting the
family of Mr Jim Seabolt.
We rep ret to note the illness
Mr Jim Patten. Pr. Ciuv
V/heiebe! ' f Comer is the phy.
ish her a speedy
Mr tn/l ii a Jonah Carithers
visited Mr and Mrs lien
T tes day,
Quite a number of young a**d
old folks enjoyed an ice cream
supper at the hospitable home
cl .Mr and Mrs Brant Lord near
Meadow Saturday night,
Qui,e a number from Meadow
went over to Bethel Sunday to
sing by special inyitation.