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Mo. W. 0. Huff and children. S.
■\Y and Pearl of Atlanta spent ti e
week-end here with relatives.
Mr. Fred Bond of Royston was a
business visitor here Monday.
Mr. Carl Meadow of Ellaville
spent several days here the latter
part of last week.
Mr. and Mrf. Cecil Blackwell
and Mrs. Maud Blackwell of Bishop
were visitors here the first of week;.
A number of relatives and friends
attended the funeral of Mrs. Caro
line Burroughs at Friendship Friday
morning. Mrs Burroughs has many
friends here who were sorry to learn
of he death. Sincerest sympathy is
extended the grieved one*.
Mr. 0. D. Scarborough and Kath
leen. Mi', and Mrs. Claud Parham
have moved into the residence for
merly occupied by Mr. J. R. Echols
Mu. Dan Porterfield and sister of
Comer visited Mrs. 0. I*. Nelms
Mrs. W. 0 Huff of Bowman spent
Saturday and Sunday here w.th Mrs.
J. Y. Huff.
Mr. Pat Graham representative of
Westbrook Motor Cos., of Ila, was
here on business Tuesday.
Rev. Tally of Colbert was a visitor
The many friends of Mr. I. F.
White of Ellaville, formerly a resi
dent of Danielsville were very glad
to have him with them for a day or
two this week.
Danielsville will be well represent
ed at the Southeastern Fair in Atlan
ta. Several from here left Thursday
to spend the remainder of the week.
Mr. Henry Long of Comer spent
Wednesday afternoon here on busi
ness. . v
Mr. Bob Huff of Atlanta is visit
ing his brother, Mr. J. Y Huff.
Dr. H. H. Hampton, Rev. Tolbert
of Colbert spent a short while herQ
Miss Orie Hall spent the week-end
in Comer, guest of her sister, Mrs,
Miss Ora Kellum returned to Ath
ens Wednesday, having spent the
pa-t week with Mrs. Frank Graham .
Mrs V7.J>. Gholston has not beer.
s '’e to attend school for several
y ■ .he has been missed very much
in her work there and her . many
ids hope she will soon be we’l
■ ] ames .7. li. Eorrg'. 8. T. Mos
y, D. A.. Moseley, TT S. San
• M. O. Allen, C. E. Adams,
D P. Sorrells and RexO M. C. Allen
'ed the district missionary
h oeting in Comer Tuesday.
danielsville woman’s club
Foe Danielsville Woman’s Club
FT: its monthly meeting, Thursday t
Dct. 2, 1924, in the music room of
Wo High School Building.
'he committee to report on the
of our Club Room stated that
? 200 had been raised by private
-cription. as the Board of Educa
tion had no funds with which to pur
chase it, and a check for $l5O was
turned over to the Treasurer, the
other to be paid later.
After all business was transacted
the following program was rendered:
Biography of Henry Roots Jackson—
Mrs. J. T. Murray
Sketch of Abraham J. Ryan—
Mr*. K. H. Gordon
Life and works of Sidney Lanier—
Mrs. I). A. Moseley
Mrs. J,. H. Boggs and Mrs. B. T
(Moseley were hostesses for the ar
ternoonn and served delicious sand
wiches and Russian Tea. Hallo
we’en suggestions were carried out
in the decorations and favors.
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The singing given by Misses Wrea
tha and Pauline Crowe was enjoyed
by a large crowd..
Mr. Paul Fortson, Mr. Clifford
Beatenbough, Mies Clara Beaten -
bough and Miss Etta Dudley attend
ed preaching at Friendship church
Sunday and Sunday night.
Miss Minnie Will Fowler spent
Sunday with Miss Wreatha Crowe
near Bond Academy..
We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs
Joe Mj. Tyner and family back in our
community to live.
Mr., and Mrs. Eddie Beatenbough
and little daughter. Rachel, have
gone to Atlanta to make their future
home; we wish them great success*.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Crowe and
little daughter, Pauline, and Mr. T.
B. Burroughs of Athens spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Mr.
r. F._ Crowe and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruce and
family spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr., and Mrd. Lonnie Tyner.
Mr. Willis Tyner and two laugh
ters, Misses Bessie and Ruth, and
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Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, Oct. 10.1924
Mr. Lonnie Tyner motored to Athens
Miss Susie Mae. Adams spent Sun
day with Miss Oria Dudley..
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Williams
and family of Atlanta spent Monday
with Mfi. and Mrs.. G. H. Tyner
and Mrs. J. C~ Tyner
Many from here attended the Mad
ison County Singing Choir at Pleas
ant Grove Sunday afternoon.
Miss Clara Beatenbough spent
Saturday night with Mrs. Joe M.
Tyner and family.
Mh. and Mrs. Luther Seamore
and Mrs.. J. L.. Fortson and family
Little Ellian Bennett and her two
little brohers,, Hew and Doil, spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs
Clarence Fortson and little daughter,
* FORT LAMAR *
Picking cotton and pulling fodder
is the order of the day since the fine
weather set in .
Ms\ Marvin Hutcherson of Com
merce spent the week-tnd with home
Mr Clarence Higginbotham who
has been right sick, is now improving
Mr. B If, ‘ arker and sevr
children visited l i ’daughters at the
S. N. S.. Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Henry Black and sons of
Commerce were recent visitors here .
Md. J. C. Tabor was in Daniels
Mrs. G. L>. Pittman and family
spent Sunday with relatives in Frank
GETTING OUT HIS HEAVIES
The Fourth Quarterly Conference
I will be held bene at Liberty church
next Saturday the 11th. No service
, on Sunday.
The W. M Societies from the
different churches on the Dani dsville
. charge will meet Miss Bert Winter
here next Saturday aftrnoon.
i Mr. Hall, the Gounly Demonstra
tor, was in this community last week'.
Mr. Robert Langford and family
| visited Mr J; and Mrs. M F MeWbirter
PARODICAL SOMN ABULINGS
Just about three years ago
T bought a lot, and bought it low,
The man that sold it. told me so,
And he’s the one that ought to know.
Fifteen Thousand was the price,
He didn’t have to ask me twice;
T paid it half in one big slice,
And felt as rich as Franklin Rice.
And for the rest. T gave my note,
■ And as mv name I glib'y wrote,
! f had no thought—no more’n goat,
How big the load I had to tote.
Now Pm working like a slave,
| Trying hard enough to save
To pay the blasted note T gave,
Before T lay me in my grave.
J The lots so steep 'twont held a fence,
The tufts upon it are immense,
| The jimson-weed so tall and dense,
It wouldn’t bring rne fifty cents.
And now I sit in .silent gloom
j Thinking of my awful doom,
I want to lie down *n my tomb
Before we have another boom.
Genuine Anpler Seed Oats in
new five bsishel sacks, price $1.25
ner bushel f o. b. Athens, Ga.
W I ABNEY
N & M 10-10, It
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
“When every farmer in the
South ■ ’.all cat bread from his
own fields and meat from his
own pustule, and disturhe* ' by
no ci ■ liter and enslaved by no
debt. £ h all sit amid his teeming
gardens and orchards and vine
yard ami dailies and barn
yards, pitiimig his crops in his
own wi.-'Jmn and growing them
in independence, making cot
ton hi clean surplus, and se!-
bng it in Ids own time, and in
hip 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 not restore his
freedom then shall be the
breakii of the fullness of our
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Mr. Lullin' Goolsby of Elberton
visited his mother, Sunday).
Miss Elizabeth Stevens, who is
i teaching music in Rnyston High
11 Lgh School, was at home for the
I week-end .
Miss Freida Martin of faculty of
Jefferson High School ghddened her
| many friends by visiting her parents,
for the week-end .
Mr. Harry Carswell, whois attend
liny: Gipson Mercer, had the misfort
une last Friday to break his foot in
|a game of foot hall.
Mrs. Otis Paul of Comer spent
last week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. ir. Glenn .
Mi '.s Fairy Power of Athens visited
relatives here this week end
The Chicken Mull and Oy ter SteW
given by the Matron’s Class Saturday
was quite a success.
There was more cotton in town
hist Wednesday than we have seen
in one day since 192 Q.
Ask Mr. J S. Eberhardt about
the advisability of calling on your
girl without a date.
Mr. F L. Martin had a very sin
gular experience let Friday night..
After listening over his rad'o till
9:30, he retired for the night .and
I pretty soon the horn of his Lincoln
jin his garage began to blow. He
| switched on his lights to investigate
and it stopped ; not finding anything
wrong he extinguished the light and
it began blowing immediately This
was repeated the fourth time without
his ascertaining the cause. Maybe
it was someone in Mars trying to
get him on the radio and he dain’t
answer, so they blew his auto horn;..
Mr and Mr - .. A. TV, Mathews ac
cemranied M, . Addle Stcv< n to
Gaine ville Tu.mday to visit the lat
ter’s son, Mr. Frank Stevens.
MEADOW SCHOOL OPENS
Trie fall term of Meadow school
will begin Monday, Oct. 13, under
the management of Mrs. V. 0. Sor
rell, Miaseg Lol-t Branyan and Kath
yryn Brown. We hope to make
this a very successful school year
and urge the patrons to gee the chil
dren in the first day. Patrons are
especially invited to come with the
children the first day.