The Danielsvilfe Honitor.
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. s Q r .ene, Rev. and Mrs. Logan
; civ/ iren were guests of Mr. and
j !rf Y. Huff Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackwell of
Bid op spent the week-end here.
Mis: > Ruby Jenkins and Reba
Thompson were shopping in Athens
MPses Ida and Georgia Burden
spent the week-end with their broth
er. Mr. W. S. Burden,.
Col. F- C. Stark and Mr. G. H
Yelnn ? Commerce were here on
jjr. and Mr?. R. T. Broome and
children -pent Friday night in Carnes
•viile with relatives.
Rev. Logan filled his Regular ap
pointment at the Baptist church Sun
day and we regret very much that he
tended his resignation from this
church to become effective January
Miss Felton Jenkins and Horace
Daniel of U. of Ga. were with home
folks for the week-end. fT
Mr. Ben White Simpson spent
Sunday with his father, Rev. J. A.
Simpson in Commerce.
MADISON CO. SINGIN CHOIR
The ki.dison County Singing Choir
v. i! meet with Colbert Baptist church
the first Sunday afternoon in Novem
ber at 2:30.
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HULL DOTS *
* * * * * 4c * *££
Mrs. Major has been very sick but
is better now.
busy gathering their crops this fine
Alost of the cotton is out but the
Crop is short. -
Air. and Mrs Dan Dotson announce
the arrival of anew boy, Oct. 18.
T'ie Hull school is progressing
nicely; the children seem to be do
ing good work..
Aliss Edna Cheatham spent this
"eek-end with home folks.
Master Roger Cheatham spent ti c
A, ’t-k end with his cousin, Miss Edna,
Mr. Acie Rice had the misfortune
‘ J ■ Sf his shop by fire a few days
< "' 1 ' hs not known how it caugght.
Ah... Glenn is visiting her folks '•>
r uth Carolina.
Ail.. Emma Cheatham and Mrm
A'unev Williams are visiting rela
i - es in Athens.
d EATH OF MRS. MINNIE PATTEN
A ie-. Minnie -Batten, wife of Mr
'■ - Patten,died at her home on
!asl Thursday night, Oct. 24. 1924,
fj( T poison, and was buried on
- lt ’- u.’temocn in the Kamnton
" e ‘ r .v. Che was a daughter of
■ H. T. Hampton and leaver her
V '‘ ' - >ard. four children, three
and six brothers and a host
Natives "r and friends to mourn
:& th. She was thirtv-two years
Good rum '•abducted the funeral
TA. E. Gr : T th in charge.
Saturday November 15th.
COME! Bring something to the SCHOOL CLUB FAIR, Saturday,
November 15th. Good prizes for Schools, Club Members, and EVERY
One or mere of these and take
a chance at winning a PRIZE.
(Bring above except the Poultry to the Court House Friday, Nov. 14th)
The Schools are working hard and will have some real good Exhib
its here at the Fair. The Cotton, Corn, Peanut, Pig, Poultry, end Calf
Club members will have splendid exhibits of their work here at the
Besides the things memtioned above there will be several Exhibits
that are Historic, as: Canned Fruit over 20 years old; a Violin more
than 100 years old; and many other things of interest.
The Premium list will appear in next week’s issues of the papers
so be on the lookout. The PRIZES ere good, why not WIN One*.
Help us make this Fair a success by bringing something to exhibit,
by telling others about the Fair, and by coming and see for yourself
what the Schools, and Club members are doing in your home County.
Thanking you for the favor. I remain,,
ESPER E. HALL, County Agent.
Pedigreed Seed, Appier and rut
N 10-24, 2t. Rt. 1, Comer, Ga.
Ore S9O Mi*k Cow for $35.00.
Gives 1 7-8 G."lions cf weighed milk
per day and 1 lb of butter.
O. B. Tally. Comer, Ga.
(Also one Trailer)
i . . FOR SALE
Appier Seed Oats for sale at
SI.OO pe bushel.
H. C. PAUL, Comer, Ga.
N, 10-30, It, pd.
SHALL WE HAVE FOUR MORE YEARS OF THIS ? *
t \ m* Piis^
Danielsviile, Georgia, hriday, Oct. 31,1024
10 Ears of Corn, any variety
1 Stalk of Cotton, any variety
1 Gallon of Peanuts, any variety
Trio of Poultry (1 cockorei and 2
Bring anything that you have that
would be of interest to others.
There were 0,978 bales of cotton
ginned in Madison County, from ttn
crop of 1924 prior to October
192-1, as compared with 4,672 f ?R
-ginned to Oct. 18, 1923. '
We take crcat pleasure in looking
atfer the eyesight ot the children,
for we know that to start them right
means much throupbcii* th>ir lives.
If you have the slightest suspicion
that your children’s eyes need at
tention, brine them in and hve an
examination made bv o;:r V'c’l known
optometrist from the Cha*. A.Green
Optical Company, Atlanta, who vr|!
be glad to toll you whether or not
glasses ere needed. He will be here
again on Tuesdav, November I!th.
L. E. GREENE & COMPANY,
• JUST FROM ILA *
Miss 1 .andis Glenn from Athens is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Roy Lice.
Mr. Joel Vaughn from Atlanta is
visiting home folks this week.
Misses Eula and Mary Hutcherson
were visiting Mrs. G. W. Westbrook
Mr. and Mrs. Will Williford and
two children of Mississippi were vis
iting Mrs. G. W. Westbrook Thurs
Miss Eunice Freeman spent the
week-end at home.
Mr.. J. Q. M. Smith, in company
with his sister, Miss Annie, made a
business trip to Athens Saturday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B TUmsey
on Friday morning a bouncing baby
Miss Lucile Burroughs spent the
week-end at home.
Mrs H. G. Bannister and Mrs. S
W Crawford were in Athens Wednes
Mr. TJ. Burroughs Jr. of I in
colnton, Ga. with his family, is vis
iting in 11a this week.
By Joseph Wesrr y ua-s-ther
A little brown, a little gold,
The forests ami fields unfold;
Reminder! that the year is old,
The. earth will soon grow sober.
But now a sense of keen delight
Is in the air from morn l<> night;
The crisp sweet air on vale and
And this we call October.
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
"When ; vor> farmer in the
South shall eat broad 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 1 is 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 net ai a
muster’s bidding-—getting his
pay in cash and not in a receipt
ed mortgage that discharges bis
debt, hftt doe? rot restore hia
freedom —then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
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Mr. Dan Witcher of the Glade was
in Carlton Thursday.
Because of inclement weather*
there were not many at preaching
Mr. Gordon Thornton of the Glade
attended services at the Baptist
Messers Harry Stevens and J. S.
Mrs. F. L. Martin to Atlanta Satur
day to attend the Georgia Alabama
Miss Laurie hong was in Athens
Mr. Edward Paul of Lexington
was vi-dting his friends and relatives
in Carlton Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Whitehead
had is their week-end guests, the
latU.; brother, Mr. Adams, and
wife of Newborn, Ga.
31 1 E. E Walker of Philomath
Veiled his daughter, Mrs. .1. 1). Wynn
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Alt x Sa.ve and son attended
the funeral of the former’s sister,
Mrs. J. G Cat fledge.
MISS MARY WOODS GOES
TO HF.R REWARD
While visiting the home of Mr. W.
IS. Threlki'ld, Miss Mary Woods of
Ib.oli was strickencd with a stroke of
i Paralysis Wednesday night. From the
beginning the attending physician
held out no hope, and Saturday morn
ir>g at seven o’clock she was released
of b.-r suffering bv death. After fu
neral services at the church her re
mains vvgri' inhered in the cemetery
at Paoli. Truly a good woman ha l *
gone to rest.
DEATH OF MRS. JOHN
Although in feeble health for ma
ny years, the death of Mrs. .John
Cartlidge was quite a shock to her
relative*, anil manv friends..
She w.r taken seriously ill last
Friday morning and gradually grew
Weal er until the end came..
M u. (artlidgu has had much uor
row. Several years ago her only
/*>n. Hovt, was drown at Watson
Mill J’lant. Last February sh lost
he <V comnanion, Mr. J. (}. f’art
''' " ■ h' l bore her sorrow and phy -
IcrJ offerings with Christian forti
’udi' Although deprived of her eye
u ht for everal years, she is now
al *•.. not only to enjoy the tornpan
-1 P *f her loved ones who pre
r> t ’ the grave, but can now
’ f ( ni. After funeral service:-*
.snnday evening her remains were in
u '' f’noli cemetery. The loved
>■“ left behind hav our heart-felt
v oh r. tiny the God of all com
' inifort them in their hour of
' w ml bereavement.