The Danielsville Honitor.
VOL XXV !ll
Julia Baker of S. N. S., Ath
ens Ga. was at homo for week-end.
Mi. and Mrs. W. D. Meadow, Miss
LuC y Meadow and Miss Lucy Ghol
-ton were shopping in Athens Sat
Mr. O. P. Nelms left Sunday for
Branchville, S. C. where he has ac
cepted a position with the Branch
Mr. J. C. Graham of Athens was
a visitor here Saturday.
The Junior Missionary Society of
t |, e Methodist church held their Mite
Bex opening with Mrs. W. C. Scott
Saturday afternoon. The Junior
contributing the most to their indi
vidual box was awarded a prize, the
fortunate one being Miss Emmyline
Sanders. Late in the afternoon a de
licious picnic lunch was served on
Be sure and attend the B. Y. P.
U. on Friday evenings at the Bap
tist church and the Epworth League
on Sunday evenings at seven-thirty
at the Methodist church.
Mr. J. 0. Scott is spending the
week in the mountains.
Mrs. B. T. Moseley is spending
the week in Atlanta.
Mrs. D. A. Moseley, Misses Vir
ginia Moseley and Nell Campbell were
visitors to Athens Saturday.
Sheriff Hall and Revenue Officer,
E. L. MeCannon captured an old
time still in the lower part of the
county, Saturday afternoon.
The young people who have left
Danieisville during the past two
weeks for school this fall are as
Messers Hope Griffeth, Charlie
Baker, and Calvin Langford to’ U.
of Georgia; Misses Grace Rogers,
Frances Scott, Julia Baker and Ru
by Griffeth to Athens State Norwal;
Mr. Leo Bond, Business College, At
lanta, Ga.; Miss Mazelle Williams,
Miss Sallie Fannie Daniel is teach
ing in Hartwell, Ga. Mr. Glenn
helms will teach at Bond Academy.
The Danieisville Woman's Club
held its regular monthly meeting,
Sept. 4, 1924, in the dub room, Mrs.
A- S. Dalton presiding. Much Ijusi
nt s of vital importance was brought
V P and discussed.
Prof. Shoup, the superintendent of
M. C. H. S. made a talk to the club
Members in w’.ich he stated that the
high school was crowded beyond its
capacity, and he had no place in
which to carry on his vocational
w° T k, and asked the club members
for the use of the club room in which
have his classes.
The club realized the importance
i this request and it was discussed
-m every point of view. It was t
1 decided best to offer to sell the
1 room to the hoard of education.
•remittee composed of Mesdames
s ' • Bullock, D. A. Moseley and J.
■ Griffeth was unpointed to bring
; Up before the board and to have
c i meeting of the club as soon as
I be arranged, so that something
■—ite could be decided.
After the business session a hap
'Ocial hour was enjoyed. A de
iC oug ice course was served by
amed Howard Gordon and D.
A Moseley, hostesses for the after
NOTES OF APPRECIATION
FROM THE CANDIDATES
It was a great pleasure to me to
■ see the people of Madison county du
ring my campaign for representative.
Now, since you have elected me it
would be a greater pleasure to see
and thank each individual for his or
her vote and support.
I did this campaigning thru iaying
by-time .It is now gathering and gin
ning time, so it is impossible to go
around and see you all again, so I’m
taking this means of expressing my
gratitude to you for the honor con
ferred on me.
As stated in my announcement I
shall endeavor to represent all of the
people to the very best of my ability.
J. O. M. Smith.
To the people of Madison county,
who saw fit to cast their ballot for
me in the recent primary, I feel pro
foundly grateful, and assare them of
my lasting gratitude, and to those
who saw tit to cast their ballot for
my opponent I held no ill will, and
I cheerfully bow to the view of the
people. This Sept. 16, 1924.
Linton S. Johnson,
September 13, L 924
TO THE PUBLIC:
I want to extend to my friends
who supported me in last Wednes
day’s election my sincere thanks.
Their loyalty will be remembered by
me as one of the friendliest acts of
my political career. 1 hope that good
health, happiness and prosperity will
be their heritage for all the years
which in the Providence of God may
be allotted unto them.
Against the voters who did not
see proper to honor me with their
support, whom I likewise wish well,
I hold no ill will or bitterness and
trust that my record in the 69th
Congress may merit their approval.
C. H. Brand'
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Danieteville. Georgia, Friday, Sept. 19,1924
September 13. 1024
To The Voters of Madison, County
I wish to thank my many friends
in Modi-on and the other Counties in
the Eighth Congressional District
for their interest and support in my
race. race. I bold no grievance ar.d
carry no hard feeling against those
whose support I did not receive, if
was anxious to go to Congress and
put forth my best efforts for the
people of the District, but it is a
part of Fife frequently not to get
what we want. I shall never forget
: the friends who stood by me so loy
ally and I am sorry to have disap
i pointed them.
I almost won and though I lost, it
makes me feel good to know that I
made no enemies and had so many
| friends who wanted me to win and
! that in the short time of several
weeks I had after the adjournment
of Legisuature on August 13th, J
fought hard and did my best.
Frank A. Holden.
J. N. B. THOMPSON
Georgia, Madison County.
Personally appeared before me
the undefSfgned, an officer author
ized by law to administer oaths, J.
N'. B. Thompson, who on oath, de
poses and says that the following are
the expenses incurred by him as a
candidate for State Senator in the
Primary Election on Sept. 10, 1924,
Assessment by Senatorial
Committee . . . $75.00
Announcement in Newspaper 112.50
Hotel Expenses % G4j.50
Stationery, cards, postage & 80 00
Caroline and 0 : 1 45.00
Car hire 28..50
The above expenses came out of
his private funds.
J. N. B. Thompson,
Swor—n to and subscribed before
rr.e, this the 18th day of September,
1924. ■ mv
D. E. Graham, N. P.
J. O. M. SMITH
Georgia, Madison County.
Personally appeared before me,
the undersigned, an officer author
ized by law to administer oaths, J.
O. M. Smith, who on oath, deposes
and says that the following are the
expenses incurred by him as a can
didate in Primary Election for Rep
resentative for l‘>24.
Assessment by County Execu
tive Committee if 10.00
Comer News 12.50
Approximately 200 gallons
of gasoline used in my own
car canvassing County,
at 23 cts. per gal 46. 00
J. O. M. SMITH,
Sworn to and subscribed to be
fore me, this the 17th day of Sep
C. V. RiDGWAY, N. P.,
State at Large.
TO validate BONDS
State of Georgia
Colbert School District
Petition Madison Superior Court,
Special September Term, 1924.
To validate and eonfcml $17,500
bonds to build and equip a public
school building for said building.
On the 29th day of September,
1924. at 11 o’clock A. M., Eastern
time the above cause being a petition
filed by the Solicitor General of the
Northern Circuit in the name and be
half of the State of Georgia against
Colbert School District to validate
$17,500.00 of bonds the proceeds of
which to be applied only to the build
ing and equipping of a public school
building in and for said School Dis
trict will he heard at the count house
in Danieisville, Madison County,
Georgia, in the Superior Court room,
and any citizen of the State of Geor
gia resident within said School Dis
trict, or ar.y other person wherever
resident who has a right to object,
may become a pa/ty tr these pro
cedimjs. This September 13th, 1924.
W. D. MEADOW Clerk
Superior Court, Madison County, Ga.
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY VV. GRADY
“When every farmer in the
South shall eat bfbad from his
own fields and meat from hi3
own pasture, and disturbed by
no creditor and enslaved by no
debt, shall sit amid his teeming
gardens and orchards and vine
yards and dairies and barn
yards, pitching his crops in his
own wisdom and growing them
in independence, making cot
ton his clean surplus, and sel-
Fng it in his own time, and in
his chosen market, and not at a
master’s bidding—getting his
pay in cash and not in a receipt
ed mortgage that discharges his
debt, but does ;.ot restore his
freedom—then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
MONTHLY MEETING ILA W. M. S.
The W. M. S. of the lia Baptist
church held its monthly meeting
Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A. Y. Fitzpatrick.
The meeting opened with the song
“Come, W*>men, Wide Proclaim,”
after which Mrs. Fitzpatrick road
the scripture lesson. After singing,
“Oh, Zion, Haste,” sentence prayers,
were ogered for the success of the
75 million campaign,
The subject for study was Our
State. An article from the corre
sponding secretary of the W. M. 11.
of each state in the S. B. C. was giv
en by members of the society. It
was very interesting to note the
progress being made in each state.
Mrs. G. A. Burroughs led in prayer
for the work in several states.
The society voted to give a shower
of preserves ami jelly for the Geor
gia Baptist hospital. It was also de
cided to send clothing for Russian
Relief. A committee was appointed
to arrange for sending food to a
blind woman in the commuri ity.
Standing committees for the year
were appointed. Miss Bonnie Kay
wifi be asked to speak at the next
meeting. After 1 attending to several
other items of business, the meeting
closed with the Mizpah benediction.
Sixteen Indies were present.
Mrs. Fitzpatrick served a deli
cious salad course.
Mrs J. O. M. Smith,
WMi l fcHfc.AU V AUCjIiN
Mr. Early Whitehead and Mrs.
Lizzie Vaughn were quietly married
Sunday afternoon at the home of
the groom’s parents, Mr. T. J. Nelms
officiating. a 'j: £U|
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Edward E. Spafford of New York
was elected National Commander
of the American Legion at the
Sixth Annual Convention held this
year at St. Paul, M*"n 11 w.-.j
bom in Ve’.-mont, but rm.v reside*
to New Yu. u.
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