The Danieisville Honitor.
VOL XXV 111
Mrs. W. H. Bullock has returned
from an extended visit to relatives An
Miss Susie Colquitt spent the week
end in Comer.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon and
children are visiting relatives here.
Miss Louise Snelling went to Way
cross Sunday,-where she has accept
ed a position.
Mr. Hoyt Boggs of Jefferson was
8 visitor here Sunday..
Rev. John A. Simpson of Com
merce was here the latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huff will
spend the week-end in Bethlehem.
Master John White Marion, little
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. B. Nh
JVhite, has been very ill for the past
week, but w r e are glad to report him
improving nicely this week..
Mrs. J. H Boggs was a visitor to
Athens this week.
Mrs. IT.. L.. Echols. Mr. -T. E.
Bond and Mrs. Ellis Bond were vis
itors to Athens Wednesday.
G. P. WHITWORTH APPOINTED
DELEGATE TO COMMERCIAL
Mr. G P. Whitworth of this
county has been appointed an offi
cial delegate by Gov. Clifford Wal
ker to the Pan-American Commercial
Congress to be held in Atlanta, Oct.
Thousands of people from all over
the United States and Foreign Coun
tries will attend this event, which is
one of the outstanding gatherings of
its kind in the nation..
COLBERT TO BUILD
Colbert, Ga.—Judge Walter L-
Hodges of the Northern Judicial
Circuit at Danielsville Monday val
idated a $17,500 bond issue voted
by citizens of Colbert for the pur
pose of building a modern high
school. Funds raised by citizens
w ili be added to the bond money
making a total of $20,000 for thg
The Board of Education here is*
composed of Dr. G. L. Loden, chair
man; W. S. Lowe, secretary; Dr.
H. H. Hampton, Miles Collier, and
H. A Herring.. The school has open
ed lor the 1924-25 term with nearly
-00 registered. * j
T' e faculty of the school consists
of Prof. H. P. Davis, Miss Lurline
Barrett, Mrs. W. L.. Gaulding, Miss
B°uise McLeroy, Miss Annie Mae
Kidd, Miss Elizabeth George, and
Sli * Pearl Hardman. '
FROM JUDGE HODGES
10 the people of the Northern Judi
•• cial Circuit:
I wish to express to you my
heartiest thanks for my renomination.
ori September 10th as Judge of this
k r i appreciation of this honor T
! - rely promise you a continuation
• a fair, economical and proper en-
: °rcement of the laws so fur as
' : ;r > my power.
W. L. HODGES,
r *-'ell, Georiria,
September 30th, 1924.
COOLIDGE CLUB NOTICE
All supporters in Madison County
of Piesident Coolidge are requested
to meet at the Court House in Dan
ieisv ille, Ga. at 12 o’clock, noon,
on the first Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1924,
for the purpose of organizing a Cool
idge Club for Madison County, ap
point committees and transact other
important bt#iness. This will be a
very important meeting and every
supporter i.s urged to be present.
L. A.. Teasley,
BOYS SELECTED FOR
| competitive examination was held by
|E.. E. Hall, County Agent, to de
| termine what two club boys would
. represent Madison county at the
Southeastern Fair School in Atlanta,
| Oct. 61-11. The winners were Ha
lbert Anthony, S. T. Hardman..
These boys will leave for the fair
! Monday morning and return Satur
day afternoon. They will be given
special instruction by specialists from
the Agricultural College while at
the Fair School..
CARLTON BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. Kilpatrick Carswell
was recently unanimously re-elected
pastor of Carlton Baptist church for
Mr. Carswell is an able and ear
nest preacher, is active in ft.storing
the work of ail auxiliary bodies con
nected with the church, and is pleas
ant and tactful in personal contact.
He is esteemed and loved by all. He
recently took a course in theology
and a postgraduate literary course
at Mercer University. He is also
pastor of the Baptist churches at
Antioch in Elbert county, and at
Maxeys and Sandy Cross it! Ogle
thorpe county, and is a member of
the faculty of Carlton High School..
I have in my possession a large
black mare mule which came to my
tiair.e, September ,28. Owner may
call and get same.
M. P. WALL.
Route 3, Danielsville, G*.
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Danietsville, Georgia, Friday, Oct. 3,1924
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The above wonderful grouping of elephants, shot by former Presi
dent Roosevelt, his son, Kermit. and Cail Akely, has just been com
pleted by Dr. Akely and will be the central group in the African
room in the Roosevelt Memorial at New York.
Your Baby Can Be Wonder Baby Too, if
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Myraline Alien, 18 months old, of Covington, Ky., already knows
the alphabet and identified and plainly spoke each name when asked
by different spectators in a recent extensive test. Educators say
nine-tenths of all American babies could do the same if mothers
would start education as soon as babies begin to show interest.
Photo ia of Myraline and her mother.
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 bis
own wisdom and growing them
in independence, making cot
ton his clean surplus, and sel
ling it in his own time, and in
his chosen market, and not ai a
master’s bidding—getting his
pay in cash and not in a receipt
ed mortgage that discharges his
debt, but does not restore his
, freedom—then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
ILA W. M S. HAS
The W. ML S. of the 11a Baptist
church met Saturday, September
27th, at the home of Mrs. H. G .
Banister to observe the season of
prayer for state missions. Instead of
meeting each afternoon for the week,
it is our custom to combine the pro
gram.-, and have- an a 1 ! (hiy service.
The meeting opened by singing*
Sww.'t Hour of Frayed. Scripture
verses were read showing why wo
should pray and also that God hears
prayer. The 1 925 program was dis
eu'Kod. Miss Maude Gurley gave tfc®
message from Dr. Butts. Mrs. Moon
led in prayer for the success of the
75 million campaign and guidance
in the new program. Miss Cauthen’s
topic was Our Orphanage; Miss San-*
dors gave us information concerning
the hospital. Mrs. Vaughn offered
prayer for these two in.-dilution*.
After singing, “More Love to
Thee,” the president told of Geor
gia’s great resources, emphasizing
the fact that all these resources be
long to God. The morning session
closed vvitth the . song, “Faith of Our
Fathers,” and prayer by Mrs. Bird.
A delightful lunch was served at}
the noon hour, each member fur
nishing one dish.
The afternoon session opened by
singing, “I Gave My Life for Thee.”
The scripture verses gave the reason
for supporting missions. Mrs. Bur
roughs discussed whnt was included
in state missions. Mrs. Rice’s topic
was Pastoral Aid. The message from
Dr. Cree was read by Mrs. Banister.
Mrs Hall Westbrook gave Miss Fat-,
rick’s message. Mrs. Burroughs of
fered prayer for the state leaders.
Miss Cora White had for her subject
Evangelism and Enlistment. The
jo. S. and B. Y F. TJ. departments
! were discussed by Misses Lula Mao
Lord and Tellie Mae Rice. Reports*
were made by those attending the
Sarepta W. M U. The president
closed with prayer for all depart
ments of state mission work.
Sixteen ladies were present.
Mrs. J. O. M. Smith,
| . .Good look* and long wear. Sounds
. like a de<>:ripti<ui of a garment,
’ doesn't it? But your appearance
i even more dependent upon your
1 glasses than your apparel. Particular
people are pleased with the glasses
our optician from the Chas. A. Green
Optical Company, Atlanta, design*
tor all occaypns. sULtZIt,- -Ute
pend: on clear thinking and hard
work. So also does it depend
faultless eyesight. Thursday, Oct.9.
L. E. Greene & Cos., Danielsville, Ga.