The Danielsville noniter.
Ooi. Howard Gordon and Dr. Ban
ist.„. mac ie a business trip to Atlanta
Monday. • •
\[ r . R. T. Broome, Mr. and Mrs.
T V Huff. Mrs. E. E. Hall and Mr.
p o Griffeth were delegates to
the Sarepta Association in Elberton,
Mrs. L. G. Fambrough of Eibertoh
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. J.
Tyner this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackwell and
Mr and Mrs. Styles Blackwell have,
moved to Bishop to make their home.
We regret very much to have them
leave Danielsville but wish them ev
ery success in their new home.
Miss Eva Henley and Mrs. Paul
White attended the Singing Conven
tion here Saturday.
Miss Kathleen Snelling is visiting
Miss Carrie Sophia Tate in Elberton
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tyner announce !
the arrival of a little son on Sept. :
Mrs. T. J. Nelms spent several i
days in Athens with Mr. and Mrs. ]
R. H. Thompson Jast week.
Messers Richard McLeroy, Felton
Jenkins, Charlie Baker of U. of Ga,
spent the ween-end here.
Mrs. T. G. Hitchcock is spending
the week in Lithonia with her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. E. Whaley.
Mrs Banister and Mrs. Roy Rice
of Ila attended the .Singing Conven
tion here Saturday.
Mrs. Sallie Kidd is visiting in
. . !
Misses Lera and Rena Edna from j
S- X. S. Athens, Ga. were spend the
day guests of Mr and Mrs. H. L.
Mr. Roy Murray and daughter, i
Sarah Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin j
Hardman, and Mr. and Mrs. T.. G.
Hitchcock wre visitors to Lithonia '
Mr. and Mrs. Thurmond Sanders,
Messers George R. Sanders and Hen-
R' Sncdling were in Athens Monday
Go Madison County Singing Con i
mention held a two da3vs session at :
" ne baptist church here last Friday'!
ari< i Saturday.. Large crowds were i
present both days, especially on ;
Mr, John W. Brown, who has been i
president for thirty years, was again
to this place. Mr. L. F.
firmer, Vice-president; and Mr. G.
• A number of singers and visitors
o: otiier counties were here and
' ; " y seemed to enjoy the sing
-v < onvention will meet at Wes
’-■r.apel Methodist church next
CARD OF APPRECIATION
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Voter? of Madison County;
- r want to extend to my friends
: ported me on Se. t. 10th, my
■ thanks, and hold no ili will
1 '•ss against those who saw
r to honor me with their sup
id r. Smith, who was sue
e .'tend to you rry heart
' gi atulation.
J. R. P. Thompson
J R. P. THOMPSON
Georgia, Madison County.
Personally appeared before me
the undersigned, an officer author
ized to administer oaths, J. R. P..
Thompson who on oati and poses and
says that the following are the ex
penses incurred by him as a candi-
On Friday and Saturday nights Sept, 26th and
27th, The Royal Theatre will open under the Manage -
ment of H, T. Branon, who is going to offer to the
people of Comer and this section the very best pro
ductions tnat is possible to be obtained.
Mr, Branon states that he will make every effort
to get only pictures that will be clean and with a good
moral, such that the ladies and children may be free
to attend. On Friday night, he will show:
“Where The Berth Begins”
Together With A. Comedy
11. T. Branon - K. L. Burton
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Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, Sept. 20,1024
date for Representative in the Fri- y
mary Election, on Sept. 10, 1924.
Assessment by County
Executive Committee $10..00 ;
Comer News i 12.50,
Gasoline and oil 32.40 ;
Expense for driving car 8.50,
Repair on Car 3..00 !
Car hire 20.00
H!S BUSY SEASON
Hotel Expenses 6.00
Total * 92.40
J. R. P. THOMPSON
Sworn to and subscribed before
me, this the 24th day of Sept., 1924.
J. L. WILLIAMS,
Notary Public, State at Large, Col
bert, Ga. My Commission Expires,
Feb. 10, 1927.
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
“When every farmer in the
South shall eat bread from his
own fields and meat from his
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
ling it in his own time, and in
h's chosen market, and not at a
master’s bidding—getting his
pay a e h and not in a receipt
ed mortgage that'd -charges his
debt, but does not restore his
freedom —then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
The Madison County Singing Con
vention wh : ch held its annual ses
sion at the Baptist church, Daniels
vide, last Friday and Saturday, was
a decided success from many view 1
points. Prof. John W. Brown was
re-elected President; 1.. F. Cromer,
Vice-President; and G. L. Sailers,
Pro. Brown has served for some
thirty years to the very great pleas
ure and satisfaction of hi.s host of
friends and admirers. The Conven
tion was largely attended, with an
overflowing house on Saturday. Many
counties were represented. Prof. J.
L. More, Mrs J. B. Vaughn, Prof. A
II Purcell, and many other singers
came bringing with thorn a spirit
that spread like magic. Rev. W. M.
Sayo of Athens war. present, and led
the Convention in a most able prayer,
beseeching the Father for the man
ifestation of His Spirit, which was
The spirit of good fellowship pre
vailed throughout, and as the crowd
grew, broader grew the welcoming*
smile upon the faces of the Daniels
ville folks. Truly there was no
cause for alarm; Daniclsville had
never failed on an occasion like this,
and her manner of entertainment and
hospitality to her guests on this one
was grand, and will long bo remem
G. P. W.
COMER WELL REPRESENTED
AT SAREPTA ASSOCIATION
Quite a number from Comer Bap
tist church were in Elberton Tuesday
and Wednesday of this week attend
ing the Sarepta Association.
COMER BAPTIST VOTES
FULL TIME PASTORATE
At the regular conference at the
iiap b t chu ch Sunday morning, as
had been announced two weeks ago,
the subject < f calling a pastor for
fall tin come up for discussion,
and w;- .led on by ballot, the re
sait, of which was overwhelmingly
ii .ivor o." full time. The call v/ai
extended our present pa lor, Rev. A.
1 E. Logan who has been serving the
j church for two Sundays p<-r month.
ROYAL THEATRE OPENS
Under the management of Mr. H.
T. Branon a I Mr. It. C. Burton
' the Royal Theatre, which ha.; been
’ o*".<- 1 J for some month.; will l.e open
led. With these two hr tling mana-
Ig. , wo predict a successful opera