The Danielsville Honitor.
VOL XXv lll
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Miss Ruby Rogers of Watkinsvillc,
Qn„ i s visiting friends and relatives
here this week.
Mr and Mrs. R. C. David spent
the week-end in Statham. Mrs. Da
vid remained for the week.
Miss Ruby Davis, Mrs. Wimberly,
and Mr. W. I'\. Wimberly of Atlan
ta were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Campbell..
Mrs. Davenport of Madison, Ga.
is spending this week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. R. C.. Griffeth.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T.. Broome
spent Sunday in Garnesville,
The Revival 1 meeting of the Metli
•odist church begins Friday night,
August 15th, You are cordially in
vited to attend.. Rev. J. R. Turner
from Commerce wall assist in the
The charmingly planned picnic at
which Mise Ruby GrifFeth entertained
Saturday afternoon in honor of her
guests, Misses Ellen Griffeth of Co
mer, Lula Parker and Ruth Tabor
of Fort Lamar, wag thoroughly en
joyed by a congenial group of beys
and girls who were invited for the
delightful occasion. The party met
fit the Boggs-Moreley Spring, where
late in the afternoon a delicious pic
nic lunch was served,
Mr. and Mrs. W.. R. Eskew move
to Bowersville this week, where Mr.
Eskcw has accepted * position as
Superintendent of the school,. Their
many friends regret very much to
•see thorn go. Mr.. Eskew has been
very successful as County Agent in
Madison County for several months.
They carry .with them every good
wish for success in their new work.
Mr. and Mrs. EJ. E:: Hall cf Ath
ena moved into the Presbyterian
ffitnse Thursday. Mr. Hall succeeds
Mr.. Eskew as County Agent of Mad
Miss Ellen Griffeth of Comer,
Misses Lula Parker and Kutli Tabor
Lamar were guests of
Mi s Ruby Griffeth for the week-end.
Misses Nellie Joe Campbell and
vathleen Snelling spent tlie week-end
With Mr - and Mrs. Doe Chandler,
Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Gordon and
'-‘•ugnter, Christine, spent several,
n “ r days in Atlanta recently..
' and Mrs. It. H. Thompson
v nGar Jeff crson spent Sunday with
and Mrfj. J. D. Thompson.
• R. Griffeth, and children,
* Vlrs ' Davenport are at James
bpnn g this week.
i Worl ey and family of El
ij . ' the day with Mr., and
T- J Nelms Sunday.
' ,! 'ge Daniel of Thompson,
his parents. Dr. and
■ S. Daniel.
W r ‘ ‘ yrt!ce Garrison of Bethb
’ * is visiting her sister, Mr*..
tu£reri e Huff.
lv 'in Hardman are with
- , ter > Mrs. W. E.. Whaley,
' ,; thr " ia this week.
Mrs. W r> „ , . ...
!<(.] , ■ Eskow is vi'.cting
A ‘ '•* Cornelia.
R . H. Graham are
’ ' e w eck in the mountain?.
* MT ZION LOCALS *
By “ Clipper”
Crops reem to be suffering for rain
Little Miss Janie Garithers from
below Meadow has been visiting Miss
Rachel Lord part of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Landers has
a fine bov who will be called Vascoe
J- V .
Mrs. Sam Patton and children
from Colbert have been visiting her
sister, Mrs.. Vascoe Landers part of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Patten and
Mr. and Mr|. Jesse Patten and two
daughters and five little sons spent
last week at Toccoa and Tallulah
Falls and report a perfectly delight
Miss Nellie Landers was the guest
of Mias FYances Garithers Saturday
night and Sunday..
Miss Esitelle Patrick from Jackson
County has been the charming guest
of Miss Edna Irvin the past week-end
Misses Leona and Nellie Sorrow
and brother, Jesse, have returned to
their home near Colbert after a
p&ease.nt visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Wc regret to chronicle that Mrs.
K. Bates has been on the sick list
for some time..
Mrs. Gordie Adams of
S. C. is visiting her parents, Mr.
and FraakEpps at present.
Miss Maybel Escoe was visiting
the family of 'Mr. John Martin in
Danielsvillc part of last week-
Messers Jim and brother
from near Commerce were guetes of
Mr. Howard Irvin Sunday ta3t.
Mr. Horace O'Kelley, who is in
U. S). training camp near Atlanta is
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visiting home folks in this community
South Georgia have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Hope Garithers in this com
munity part of the mist week..
Messers Earnest and Marvin Mann
of Daniel ville were guests of M|.
J. B. Patten Friday night last .
Some of the young folks of Mt.
Zion vicinity attended a very enjoy
able ice cream festival at Mr. and
Mrs. Griff Meadow Saturday night.
M.j. and Mrs.. BiU Bates expect to
make their home in Athens after
Sent. Ist. We regret to lose them
from our vicinity.
The protiacted services at Mt.
Zion will commence next Saturday
night, August 18$h, and continue
one or possibly two weeks. Rev.. 0.
N. Todd and wife of Tallapoosa will
be in the meeting by the middle of
the first week and will have charge
of the services. Mr. and Mrs. AJ,
L.. Jackson of Talapoosa will also be
in the meeting to assist in the sing
ing. Rev. Olaudie Goodrum, the
pastor, will be hete during the entire
time, if not providentially hindered.,
* OAKLAND SOCIALS *
We are glad to state that Mr. Jim
T. Chandlofr has returned from the
hospital where ha had an operation.
Several from around here attended
the District Training School at Dan
ielsville last week.
Miss Dc-aie Mae Martin of Daniels
ville was visiting relatives of this
place Wednesday night.
Mr.. Sanford Kymp and Misses
Ruby Nelms and Mamip Edwards
were visiting friends ahd relatives
of this section Friday.
Mr. Andrew Akins of Athena was
visiting relatives in this place last
Mr. W. H . Akins of Athens was
a spend the night guest of relative
here Wednesday night.
The farmers of this section were
glad to see the rain their crops
were beginning to suffer from the
hot dry weather.
Many from around here attended
the baptizing at Erastus Friday night
Miss Clemons Fleeman spent the
night Wednesday in Danielsville.
Mr and Mrs. Early Tolbert, mo
tored to Danielsville Thursday night
to hear Mr. Newton speak
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Allen vis
ited in Athens Saturday
Little Miss Mary Hellen of Athens
spent the week-end with the Tattle
Misses Sara Sue and Lena Baugh
Mr. Cohen Chandler of Florida is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. Walter Brown of Florida has
joined his wife in a visit to her par
ents, Mr. and Mns. Doc. Chandler.
Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Martin mo
tored to Athens Tuesday.
Mr. Lord Thurmond purchased a
new Dolge recently.
Mr. Seab and Miss Wreatha
Cheatham attended preaching at
Moon,j Grove Wednesday night.
The friends of Mr. Bud Strickland
regret to learn of his accident in
which he had the misfortune of get
ting three of his toes cut oc.
Mr., and Mrs. Aaron Brown and
famliy attended a reunion near Blue
See Ticket Agent
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
“When every farmer in tho
South shall eat broad from his
own fields and meat from hi*
own pasture, arid disturbed by
no creditor and enslaved by no
debt, shell sit, amid hig teeming ’
gardens and orchards and vine
yards and dairies and barn- '
yards, pitching his crops in hi* 1
own wisdom and growing them
in independence, making cot
ton his clean surplus, and sel
ling it in his own time, and in
lii3 chosen market, and no* at A
master’s bidding—getting hi*
pay in cash and trot in a receipt
ed mortgage that discharge* hi*
debt, but. does not restore hi*
freedom—then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS
On account of so many inquiries
as to the newly adopted school booka
whieh go into effect this fall, we ana
publishing a complete list of these
books, Also you will find the retail
price of same.
It would he well for each parent
to clip this list for future reference.
NOTICE TRUSTEES AND
| At the last meeting of the Madiaon
i County Board of Education, the fol
lowing dates were passed upon aa
the school term for the year 1924-
e 928. The Compulsory School Term
begins Oct. 27th, the fall term to
cloae Dec.. 19th, 1924. The Spring
Term to begin January 6th, 1926
and to cloae Aft-il 24th, 1925. The
i Board will continue to help run a
j longer term as heretofore. If there
are any trustees looking for a teach
; er, please ilefc us know and we will
try to help locate one.
The School ,record of last year
| shows that ovfer 800 boys and girl*
NEVER ENTERED school during
the year. Let us see that all the boyg
and girls are in school, and that they
! go, when enrolled.. Wc ■frant thia to
be a year known as, “Every boy and
; girl in school'’ See your neighbor
; and get him to send his children to
Alliens Business College
Bookkeeping, flcitHrd and
Save 50 per cent of exposes
bv attending this fcl tol. The
Graduates of the Atnens Busi
ness College always get the
best position. Every graduate
employed Write for informa
Box Athens, Ga.
The Boy W Right
Teacher —Spell “shirt.”
Little Boy—“ Sh-s-h-a-h ” j
Teacher —Yea, yea—the next let
ter ; v. What have I on each
side of me nose?
i t* II I can’t hardly seo
from boro, but I think nt’s powder.
Just Like That
Jev-vler- When did your watch
Customer—When it hit the floor.
Only a pin can gist away with a
double course —of being pointed one
wry and headed another.
Professor—A fool can ask quesv*
tions that a wi?.e man cannot answer.
Xtudxrnt—Now I know why I fail
ed in the examination.