The Danielsville Honitor.
VOL XX v 111
Gui'Sie Landers was the guest
of Mrs. Hall in Athens last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Davison have
returned to Columbus, having visited
relatives in Danielsville and Comer
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Moseley at
tended the funeral of Frank Hard
man in Athena Tuesday.
Mrs. L. D. Floyd is very ill at a
hospital in Athens. Her friends here
are sorry to learn of her illness and
hope she will improve rapidly.
Ninety two relatives of Mrs. Lou
Greene enjoyed the birthday dinner
and Meadow; reunion at her home
here Sunday, Aug. 31, in honor of
Mrs. Greene's eightieth birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Theron White visited
Mrs. B. N. for the week-end
where Mr. White will teach this fall
Vacation ended Saturday for the
boys and girls of Danielsville. Indi
cations point to the largest enroll
ment tliis year in the history of Mad
ison County High School.
Mesdames J. H. Boggs, D. A.
Moseley and R. H, Gordon we’re shop
ping in Athens Monday.
Mr. Fred Bond of Royston was
here on business Wednesday.
The many friends of Mr. Monroe
Kidd of Hartwell were grieved to
1/earn of jhis death Jon Wednesday
morning. Sincerest sympathy is
•extennded to those left to .mourn Ids
4 MT ZION LOCALS *
By “ Clipper"
(Last Week’s Locals)
Large crowds are attending divine
sendees at M.t. Zion this week.
Miss Lillie Holcomb of Bishop and
Miss Acklie Miller of Meadow have
been guests of Mrs. Burroughs Hol
comb this week. j-*
Mr. Geo Loftis and son Howard
from near Colbert have been guests
of Mr. Jesse Patten during last week
a nd attending the meeting at Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Patten have been
spending the past week with relative^
Mr and Mrs. Homer Irvin have
to their home at Commerce
a pleasant visit to relatives in
Messers Hope Carithers and Fred
Landers made a business trip to
hens last Tuesday.
M s Cora Loftis from Pattersons
‘••rr.nrjnity has been visiting Miss
■"r-jF: I-Jelle Patten during the past
Mi l on Lord ar.d family are on a
week to Blue Hinge tr.oua
Mr- and Mrs. Hoys Carithers and
' and Mrs. Brant Lord visited
; r - an,! Mrs. Bill CUwTI of Com
r' rc ' e ‘ast week.
■ Brant Lord entertained at an
. supper Tuesday afternoon
r ' l;e i'ttle folks which was highly
- Led by all present.
Mr. and Mrs Jonah Carithers from
near Meadow were guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. Hope carithers.
Mr. and Mrs. Milt Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Williams of Dan
ielsville were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hope Carithers Sunday afternoon
and enjoyed some tine watermelons.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nelms spent
Sunday with relatives in. Royston.
Miss Fannie Lou Fatten visited
Miss Lillie Patten near Mt. Airy
part of last week.
Mrs. Dallis Carithers and children
are visiting relatives in Several dif
ferent towns in South Carolina this
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson and
daughter, Miss Nelie visited Mr. and
Mrs. Reese Porterfield last Thursday.
t Mrs. Jesse Patten entertained last
j Thursday afternoon from 4 to 7 in
honor of Miss Luna Berryman of
Royston. Delicious swact wafers
and cream was served. The affair
very much enjoyed by those present.
Mr. Luther Sheridan and family
from Mt. Airy community were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Es
Miss Annie Belle Patten was guest
of Miss Eva Escoe last Friday.
* PROGRESS •
The ice cream supper at this place
Saturday night was a great 3ucce3s
and was atended by a large crowd.
All reported a nice time,
Mr. W. M. Glenn and family, Mr.
G. T Allen and family. Mr. J. W.
Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Zin
Smith, Mr. C. A. Rranyan and family,
Mrs. Aran Wynn, Mr. arid Mrs. Rob
ert Wynn and baby Sara Q. attended
the birthday dinner givfen by Mr.
S. M. Swindle and wife Sunday. Mr.
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Swindle is 82 years old.
Mr. Jim Smith and family spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. Jim Grin
dle and family.
Mrs Josie Carithers spent Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. Janie Seagraves.
Mr. Dewitte Baxter was the week
end guest of Mr. Roy Seagraves.
Mr. Leonard Shelton and family
Mr. Larkin Marcus and family spent
Sunday with Mr. Seab Epps and
Mr. L. V. Scarboro, wife and,
daughter, Minnie Fae, spent Satur
day night with Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Scarboro of Mason Mill.
Mr. Alec Drake and family spent
Sunday with relatives below here.
Mr. Luke Seagraves family
visited relatives Sunday.
Misses Margie and Pauline Smith
of Diamond Hill and Miss Alma Scar
boro were Sunday guests of Misses
Emma and Annie Myrton Grindle.
Mr. S. B. Foster and family spent
Saturday night ami Sunday with Mr.
Rhinehart and family of Danielsville.
! by Th Federal Land Bank at 5 I*2
j per cent ii now available. A* it
take* tome 60 day* to elota p loan,
pleaae eeR me at once il you nead
money on your ‘land. This i* not
only the cheapett money available on
larm land*, but the farmer practi*
rally fixe* hi* own term* of payment,
I and can never be called upon to pay
the principal *um, except at the rate
of SI.OO per SIOO annually.
CLARENCE E. ADAMS
I—Two-Hor*e1 —Two-Hor*e Farm
R. S. COLLIER,
N, B*2B, 2t. Rt. 1, Comer, Ga.
GOD CALLED HIS OWN HOME
On June 2nd last, there came into
our midst and abode in our home Miss
Bernice Waggoner of Colbert, Ga.,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wag
goner. She set many fine examples
before us, quiet and peaceful. She
was about her Mater’s business, al
ways doing something for someone,
always obedient to her God and fel
lowman, never fretting or objecting,
always contented and ready to sacri
fice pleasure that might have been
hers that others might be pleased.
On July 21st she was taken with
an illness, for two days she toiled
under the pain, but was forced to
take her bed on the third day. She
was rushed to her homo with her
family. She grew worse until Aug.
11th at 11:30 P. M: God called His
consecrated child home unto Him.
She served Him as a Sunday School
teacher, Epworth, League worker
and often reminding us of His potyer
and His mercy. She wus 23 years of
age. She leaves her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Waggoner and five brothers:
Methvin, Paul, Hollis, Howard, Ken
neth and Key, and numerous friends
to mourn her death, one little sister
having gone before her.
—Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brooks
Dr. B. L. Dawson, U. S. Veterinary
Inspector, will come to DanieLsvllle,
Monday Sept. 7th, and will be in the
county for a short time to test our
cattle for tuberculosis. Thoßt want
ing their cattle tested, please call or
write me this week at Danielsville.
E. E. HALL, Cos. Agent.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wish to extend our sincere and
heartfelt thanks to all the friends
and neighbors who so kindly assisted
thru tht sickness and death and bu
rial of cur beloved mother, Mrs. La
vonia Burroughs; also for flowers.
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
“When svefy farmer in the
South shall eat bread from hist
own fields and meat from his
own paiAure, and disturbed by
no creditor and enslaved by no 1
debt, shall sit amid his teeming
gardens and orchards nnd vine
yards and dairies and barn- !
yards, pitching his crops in hia
own wisdom nnd growing them
| in independence, making cot
ton his clean surplus, and sel
ling it in his own time, and in
i his chosen market, and not at a
I master’s bidding—getting his !
pay in cash and not in a rcccipt
i ed mortgage that discharges his
debt, but does not restore his
i freedom—then shall be the 1
breaking of the fullnes* of our
DISTRICT RALLY AT ROGERS
The fifth district of the Sareptft
association held its rally with the
Regers Baptist church, Sunday, Aug
31. These rallies are conducted by
the four departments of the church,
the layman’s work, W. M. IT., B. Y.
P. U. and Sunday School. Eachh de
partment is given one hour on the
Mr. W. B. Aderhold led the open
ing devotional. In the absence of Dr.
J. S. Daniel, chairman of the layman*®
work and speaker of the hour, Mr*.
W. D. Meadow took charge. The
subject for discussion was: The Pos
sibilities and Outlook of the church.
Mr. G. L. Sailers and Mr. J. S. Dan
iel spoke on this subject.
Mrs. W. C. Groves chairman of
the W. M. U.. work, called for rep
resentatives from the dicereht or
ganizations. Miss Gladys Williams,
n volunteer for the foreign veld,
made a short talk. It was indeed a
great treat to have Miss Bonnie Ray,
returned missionary from China,
speak at the eleven o’clock hour.
She told in a very delightful way of
, her first impressions of China. She
I told of arriving at one station and
! finding no one to meet her, but in
i answer to prayer the difficulty was
soon remidred. She said that all thft
girls feet are bound in this province.
It is only when a girl becomes a
Christian that her feet are unbound.
She told of the terrible need of the
After the noon hour Mr. Charlie
Edwards Led the devotional. He made
a most interesting talk using a part
of the one hundred and thirty-ninth
psalm as the basis of his remarks.
Mrs. W. D. Graham was elected
secretary and treasurer to serve for
one year. The W. M. U. reporter
was elected reporter for all of the
Mr. Waterhouse spoke in a very
forceful way on, Why Have a Chris
tian Education. One of the most
striking reasons he named was that
; the Catholics give two hundred forty
; eight hours of Bible teaching per
: year while we give only about twelve
Mr. Waterhouse is a student of Mer
cer and is a very earnest speaker.
The .Senior B. Y. P. U. banner
v/as awarded to Rogers and the Jun
ior banner to Union.
Mr. Ralph Collier, chairman of th
Sunday School work had three speak
ers discuss the subject, Our Success
os and Failures. The speakers were
Mr. W. S. Lowe of Colbert, Mr. E.
J. O’Kelley of Pleasant Grove and
Jr. I). L. Graham of Comer.
The place for meeting of the next
rally will be announced later.
Mrs. J. 0. M. Smith,