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I he Danieisviile Monitor.
Mrs. Alice Little and Mrs. Clyde
Harkins of Zania, Miss, visited i' el '
stives here last week.
_Mr. and Mrs.. Sam Lunsford of
Atlanta and Mr. Wyatt Gholston
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. |
;. T. Gholston recently.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. O’Kelley and
children of Rutherfordton, N. C.
a ,. e visiting Mr. and Mrs. St. C. O -
Kelley. J J
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Murray and !
children spent the week-end in Ath- \
cns, guests of Mrs. Nell Murray.
Mr. R. T. Baker of the Presbyte
rian Seminary, Columbia, S. C. is
v ith relatives here this week-.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. David spent
last week with Mr. and Mrs. James
P. Arnold in Statham, Ga.
The many friends of Rev. M. C.
Alien are glad to learn that he was
jible to leave the hospital on lasi?
Friday and is improving nicely.
Misses Nell Campbell, Kathleen
Snelling, and Frances Scott are the
guests of Miss Carrie S. Tate in El
k-rton for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs]. Cliff Graham and
John Frank returned to Athens Tues
day, having spent several clays here
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Addison of
Marietta, Ga., Mrs. .t. C. Addison
and Mrs. Anna Addison of Carnes
ville, Ga. were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. K. T. Broome Sunday.
Miss Nadine Power df Elberton is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Murray.
Col. and Mrs. Berry T. Moseley
were visitors to Athens Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. . E. Whaley and
Miss Roberta Hitchcock of Lithonia
spent last week with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Gp Hitchcock.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Daviso* of
Columbus, Ga. were guests cf Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Greene last week.
Miss M. E. White of Columbia,
S. q. was at home during the hol
Mrs. R. R. Griffeth and children
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Davenport at Madison, Ga.
Col R. H. Gordon has been con
fined to his room for several days
suffering from a severe attack of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huff were
visitors to Bethlehem the latter part
of the week;.
Mr. Leo Bond returned to Atlan
ta Wednesday, having spent the hol
idays with home folks.
Miss Ada -T. Wilson left last week
for her home in Pinehurst, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Echols and
Miss Mo7e!le Williams left Wednes
day to resume their studies at Young
Harris College, Young Harris, Ga.
Mr. Charlie Landers of Texas is
Visiting relatives here.
Hr. and Mrs. E. M. Bond of Au
gusta are the eruests of Mr. and
Mrs. J v . E. Bond.
Mrs. Hoyt Matthews of Atlanta,
Ga. is visiting her mother, Mrs. J.
The friends of Mrs. Leila Bond
will regret to know that she has been
ill for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Burroughs of
Atlanta visited relatives here on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. E. E, Hall were
recent visitors to Calhoun Falls, S.
C. and Elberton, Ga.
Dr. IT. H. Hampton of Colbert
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
J. T. Hampton.
The Christmas dinner at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham op
last Sunday was quite a success in
every detail. The children and
grandchildren and other relatives
and friends came together and en
joyed a happy gathering and made
the day one of pleasure. At the
noon hour the long table was laden
with many good things t@ eat-chick
en, pies, custard, cake, pi .kies, sau*
sage, backbone, s-pareribs and the
like,. The table was beautiful, and
appetizing to every one.
All enjoyed themselves in conver
sation throughout the afternoon and
; at a late hour all left for their homes
Swishing Air. and Mrs. Graham many
more sweh happy days.
MR. W. A. HARALSON DIES
The many relatives and friends of
W. A. Haralson were grieved t
K!im -cr£ Hie uot-rt rrhi.l! TJl'LUll Stl
St. Mary’s hospital, Friday morning
at eight o’clock, Dec. 27th, alter
several days illness.
Mr. Haralson was a life long mem
ber of Friendship Baptist church,
and lived close to his duty as a
church member. He was forty-three
years old at the time of his death.
He leaves a wife, three children and
a number of relatives and friends to
!mourn Ms death.
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Danielsviiie, Georgia, Friday, . AN, 2 1925
A NEW FIELD FOR THE STOVE-LEAGUERS
TO HOLD FARMERS' WEEK
JAN. 26 TO 31 AT COLLEGE
The week of January 26 to 31 has
been set aside as the annual Far
mers' Week at the State College of
Agriculture, according" to an an
nouncement just made by the au
thorities of the institution. A com
prehensive program is being ar
ranged, and an effort will be made
to cover the important problems to ;
he faced by Georgia farmers in 1925
With a number of nationally
known asrgricultunil aut'purities
scheduled to address the meeting,
it is cxneeted that there will he an
even greater attendance at the con
ference than last year when more
than a thousand were present. All
county and home demonstration a-,
gents will he in attendance and the
annual extension conference wi 1
be held in conjunction with the
The backbone of the week wu.ll
be the study of all phases of agri
culture and home economics—the
presentation in class and lecture oij
the latest and best information on
these subjects by men and women
who have made them their life
Not only will visitors secure ideas
as to how to accomplish their work
bv better and more efficient meth
ods but they will be insured both
by the contacts with others who
have similar problems and by t! e
addresses by men and Women of
Every facility of the college will
be at the service of those who come
to Farmers’ Week, say officials and
besides the instructional work
there will be plenty of entertain
T ,, T - -crrrTTTTTt.'e- program will be an
nounced within the next few days.
There were 13,604 bales of cotton
ginned in Madison County from the
cix>p of 1924 prior to December 13.
1924, as compared with 8,361 bales
ginned to December 13, 1923.
BULLOCK COUNTY BOY JS
CORN CLUB CHAMPION
To Paul Motes, club hoy of Bul
lock county, goes the hon. r of the
champion corn raiser among the
club numbers for the year 1924.
On one acre he produced 110.4
bushels, at a cost of $38.30, op
27.2 cents per bushel. Tie' crop
was produced under the direction ol
County Agent, W. D. Hubs, who
attests to the record yield.
The plan of preparation and cul
tivation followed by the boy shows
that the land, which was a light
loam and somewhat low, was turned
about eight inches deep and then
subsoiled. It was planted on Apt hi
23, using a we'll known pred.hc va
Ten tv/)o-horse loads _ of stable
manure and four hundred pounds
of home mixed fertilizer analyzes;
10-2-3 were used under the corn.
A perfect stand was secured and
I four cultivations were given the
crop. At the lost cultivation on
June 26 an application of two
hundred pounds of nitrate of soda
was made .*
A drouth in August injure.’ the
crop to some extent the bV>y says,
but not sio much as adjoining fields.
The items of expense in the re
port made by the boy shows that
00 was paid for the rent o f land,
$2.95 for preparation c? seed bed
and planting, $.75 for seed. 1 >.OO
for manure, $10.50 for Fertdizo",
$2.00 for cultivation, and $2.10 for
amt of gathering the crop. Valu
ing the corn at SI.OO per i.shcl
the net profit was $102.10 on the
MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
opens fo rbe Spring term on January
sth, with every prospect for a very
successful term. Incidental fees
have been fixed by the Board of
Trustees at $2.00 per child for the
Grammar grades and $.OO for the
High School grades, payable on entry
J. A. Griffeth, Chairman
EDITCfRIAL FROM THE THOM
At the request of the Grand Jury
the Timer-Enterprise is today pub
lishing in full the report of the /
Health OSheer of Thomas County,
made to that body at its session this
week. This report was cons*tiered so
fine that it was the desire of the gen
tlemen composing the Grand Jury
that it be sent broadcast throughout
the county so that all the people
might understand definitely what had
This report is remarkable in many
ways-. It sh®ws not only efficient bn
extensive work. It creates the im
pression that the work is growing,
that the people are learning that it
is for their express benefit and that
they are taking more general advan
tage ef it.
Ten thousand five hundred eighty
five persons have been giver, the ty
phoid treatment in ten months time.
This means over thirty-one thousand
inoculations all done by ‘he health
department and all at no cast what
ever to the people of the county. Du
ring the time that typhoid was grow
ing in ti e State this county shows
loss of it and the death rate smaller.
Only one death from diphtheria if
the period i another remarkable :n
cidenfi This is due to the care i*.
watching cu es and likewise furnish
ing anti-toxin to children free o,
charge, and the preventive treatment
as tliey desire it.
Sm dlpox got a start and this was
summarily checked and a neighbor
ing county suffering with a good ma
ny cases of the diseases got assist
ance from Thomas County in fight
ing it. Not a case came over the
j l.fwi ,J •. fx if*, the wrirh - -1" tiio otlici r.
j Two hundred and ninety-three
j children have been inestimably ben
} edited by having defects removed.
; These were removed by physicians m
j Thomasville and elsewhere, who gave
their services free of charge, because
the parents of those children were
unable to pav for the work. Imagine
if you the direct benefit to t>e deriv
ed from this one thing alone, the
condition of those children will ma
terially improve as the years go by
because they have been relieved of
a condition that would decrease in
stead of increasing their resistance
powers to ordinary diseases and to
natural growth. This alone is worth
all that Thomas county spends on
this work. ' Til*
A birthday dinner
At the home of Mr. J. T. Burden
at Comer on last Sunday a delicious
birthday dinner was enjoyed by the
family of Mr. J. A. Burden, who
was celebrating his eightieth birth
day. On account of the severe
weather several of the families could
no* he repre ented, but four of his
children werr- the e; present
being Mrs. J. D. Phelps of Dewy
Rose, - T . T. Burden of Comer, Mrs.
•R. J. O’Kelley of Hull, and Miss
Francis Burden of Atlanta. Others
present bring Mr. I/. L. Moss and
family of Winterville, Mr. Dozier
j Phelps ana family of Dewy Rose,
! and E. J. O’Kclley of Hull.
i Athens Business College
Bookkeeping-, shorthand and
Save 50 per ce'U of expenses
bv attending this school. The
(Graduates of the Atnens Busi
ness College always get the
best position. Every graduate
employed Write for informa
Box Athens, Ga.