The Danielsville flonitor.
I LOCAL I
,j r ]\i Y. Freeman of Ila was in
tovn one tiny thi s wee ß*-
Air. and Mrs Ed McCay of Poca
vere shopping in Danielsville on
Mr and Mrs. R. Howard Gordon
motored t* Royston on Monday.
AVe welcome Rev. M. C. Allen
hack as pastor of the Methodist
church for the ensuing year.
We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs
Kelley of Canon as citizens of our
towl. They have rooms with Mrs.
Air. and Mrs. Malvin Edwards of
Winterville were guests of Mr. and
Mrs L. E . Greene on Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Allen visit
ed Rev. and Mrs. Tally of Comer
Quite a number attended the fifth
Sunday rally here on last Sunday.
The rally goes to Ila on next fifth
Mr. Berry Meadow of Royston
spent several days here with his sis
ter, Mrs. J. A. Greene.
Misses Lucy Meadow, Sarah Lou
Bullock. Blanche Mealor and Virginia
Moseley were in Athens Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hall visited
relatives near Elberton Thursday.
Mr. B. J. Meadow of Royston is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Jessie'.'Neal Strange spent
Thanksgivihg day with hcmefolks at
Mre. Edith White Marion and
little son, John White, were-guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. White for the
Col,. E. C. Stark of Cowmeree
**B a business visitor here Tuesday.
Mr, and Mrs . R. C. Darid spent
the week-end in Statham.
The Woman’s Club met Wednesr
day afternoon. Mesda'm£3 J. N..
Griffeth and N. C. Btjllock were
1 ostesses for the afternoon.
Mr. K. G. Mercier of 11a W&s a
visitor here one day this 'week.
**. C. H. Nelms, Cleo and
Nelms of Commerce visited
■ relatives here Thursday.
I hisses Grace Hix, Helen Mathews
Hand Joneal Nelms; Messers Tom Mc-
Hpaniel, Pete Hubbard and Heard
■ tevr-i! 0 f Commerce were guests of
| Mr aa d Mrs. H. B. Snellings Sun
B m °ng the college boys and girls
■ s Pcnt Thanksgiving with home-
B- were: Messers Hope Griffeth
Bf ,and Charity Baker of U. of Ga.,
fl' lv,os Ruby Griffeth and Julia Ba-
I er °i S. N. S. of Athens, Ga..
■ r Mrs ' J * N. Griffeth and Mrs. N.
H Bj : ,ock were visitors to Athens
, 4 k
* r and Mrs. Wilber Haralson of
Bj "pent Thur.-day with Mr.
■ 1 A. Haralson.
Fannie Daniel of Hart-
I Vl? -itor here Thursday
HR ar ‘ d Mrs. Eugene Huff visiited
relatives in Bethlahem the latter
part of the week.
Mi. and Mrs. Roy C. Murray and
children were guests of Mrs. Nell
Murray in Athens Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Moseley
spent a few days in Atlanta the first
of the week.
Mrs. Will D. Graham and Mart ha
spent the week-end in Atlanta with
AUIO ALCiDELMIi—Are often
caused not through carelessness or
the driver, hut because of defective
eyesight. Whether or not you drive
an automobile, you should play safe
by being 100 per cent efficient. You
cannot make the score unless your
eyes are etticient too. Consult our
expert optometrist rrorn the c-na.
A. Green Optica! Company, Atlanta
sor the proper glasses, He will be
here again on Friday,. December 12.
L. E. Greene & Cos., DanielsviHe, Ga
TRAVERSE JURORS, DEC. 8-13
M. P. Walls, Joseph L. Bond, W
E. Lord,, R. TANARUS, Bullock, H. DC
Bradshaw, Roy W. Freeman, J. T.
Burden, W. B. Stevens, M,. N.
Burden, G. B. Booth, J. M. Cleg
horne, T. J. Stevens. f ii
C. L. Davis, J. S. Whitworth,
F. q. Whelchel, G. F. Sorrells,
W. S. W. Hardman, T. M. Wood,
W. P. Reid, W. N. McGarity, R.
(J. Davison, D. H. Thompson, H.
C. Hardman, J, T. Adams
Grover G. Brown, S. W. Gordon,
W. P. Butler Sr 1 ., C. W. Duncan,
J. M. Scoggin, W. 0. Griffeth, J.
E. Benton, P. R. Bradford, F. n.
Stribling, J. E. Phillips, Alex Man
ley, S. B. Burroughs,
No;’4 .• : . .
J. V. Jenkins, Jessie W, Ander
son, Griff Meadow, V/ 3. Threlkeld,
R. K. Nash, W. P. Williams, W.
H. Strifckland, W. Bf. Nash, C. V
Ridgway, J. G. Burton, Walter G.
Booth, W. E. Wil&en.
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Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, DEC. 5 1024
"The Lighthouse Nan"
THE FACULTY OF
Madison County High^School
FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1924, 7:30 P. M., SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Cast of Characters:
Hon. John Enlow, Pres, of Seacoast Banking Cos. . . Mr, H. J. Shoup
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Ned Blake, His Private Secretary Albert Christy
Ichabod Buzzer, The Oi l Keeper of the Lighthouse . . Mr. Garnett Ware
Sir Arthur Choke, A British Aristocrat George L. Burden
Injun Jim, A Bad Man James Christy
Nan, A Little Roustabout v . . Virginia;' Moseley
Moll Buzzer, The Gentle Antelope . Miss Reba Thompson
Hon. Sarah Chumloy-Choke, Arthur’s Sister .... Miss Lucile Burroughs
Hortense EnlW, A City Belle Mrs. Eugene Huff
H. Davis, B'. Smith, R. GarrettE. Davis C. Dillard J. Christy
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ACT I. The exterior of a rough lighthouse on the Carolina Coast.
Nan begins her education.
ACT 11. Same scene. Ten days later. Nnn continues her education.
ACT 111. Library in John En low’s city home. Two years laler.
Nan completes her education.
Reading * Mary Williams
ADMISSION: 15 and 25 cents.
Proceeds to go to M’. C. H. S.
There will be a Box Supper at
Harris School Building, Dec. 6th,
1924. All the gitls are invited "to
bring boxes and all the boys a pock
et full of money.
The proceeds are going for the
improvement of school.
There will be a Box Supper at
Meadow School house Saturday night
Dec. Bth. Proceeds will go for sup
plioa for the school; your help will
... . . ( \. ,
be highly appreciated.
LADIES WORK. AT HUME, pleas
ant. eaay tewing on your machine.
Whole or part time Highest possi
ble prices paid. For full informa
tion addrss L. Jones, Box 2, Olnejr,
There were 11,814 bales of cotton
ginned in Madison county from the
crop of! 192 i prior to Nov. 14, 1924
as compared with 7,223 bales to
Nov. 14, 1923.
You are invited to attend services
at the Baptist church on Sunday
morning at 11:00 o’clock.
Golden Rule Sunday will be observ
ed, and the following program will
be rtndeced, sponsered by the mem
bers of! the Eastern Star Chapter of
Don’t fail to attend this service
for a special program has been ar
ranged and the offering will go to
the Near East Relief, a .cause .in
which we should all be interested.
Song: Onw'ard Christian Soldiers.
Prayer—Mr. W. S. Sanders
Anthem: My Soul Doth Magnify thd
Five minutes talk: Wbut the Eastern
Star Stands For —Mrs Leila Bond.
Five minutes talk: What is Golden
Rule Sunday—l>. A. Moseley.
Five minutes talk: What returned
overseas workers tell about their
experience in the Near East—Mr.
Five minutes tnlk: What the oversea*
directors: Messers Acheron, Yar
row and Fowlc hope for the future
of the work of Near East Relief—*
Mr. Roy David.
Concluding talk: Connection between
Masonic order and Eastern •Star—
Mr, 8. T. Moseley
Collection —Benefit Near East Re
Prayer—Mr. G. 0. Griffeth
STUMP BLASTING DEMON.
STRATfON A SUCCESS
tion conducted by Mr. W,. E.
The Stump Blasting Demonstra-
Bro-ach, Field Agent in Agricultural
Engineering wa3 a splendid succeaa.
The object Was to demonstrate the
use of PYROTOL, the new Explosive,
that is put out bv the Department
of Agriculture. Due to the late ar
rival of this new explosive, Sodatol
was used tfior the demonstration in
stead, both being very similar in
The stumps used for this demon
stration was on Mr. P. F. Antho
ny’s land near Mr. S. W. Pitt:*
store. If you have any doubts a
bout the power of this explosive go
over and see for yourself where
these stumps were blown up.
In the State there were to be only
eight of these demonstrations given,
and we feel that we are lucky in
getting one of these.
If you have stumps you want to
get Hd of I will be glad to take your
order for some of this Pyrotol. It
comes in 50 pound boxes, 6 oz. sticks
thus giving about 135 : ticks to each
50 pound box. For each pound there
is ffurnished one cap. No fuse i3
furnished. It costs $9.50 per 100
pounds delivered at Athens. The
State* College of Agriculture is get
ting up an order for a car and if
you want some of this let me place
your order now and get it early.
(Come to see me or write for more
ESPER E. HALL f
V? 3 County Agent