The Danielsville /Tonitor.
, j x> Thompson and Mis*
-m ,_ cnri were visitors to Ath-
Keba Thompson were
ns on Saturday.
Mr G. C. Daniel, County Dent,
onstrator of McDuffie County, was a
Vusiaess visitor here Tuesday.
Mrs. George Mix spent Tuesday
afternoon in Comer.
H, and mTT" *•
apenl a abort while in CarneaT.il
The Worker’s Council will mec
avith Rev. and Mrs. Aen Monde
oicht, Jan. 12th. Teachers and offi
cers of the Sunday School are espe-.
daily requested to be present, t
discuss plans for the new year.
Mr . w. 0. Hhff of Bowma
was here Tuesday.
Don’t forget aboot quarterly meet
ing Saturday, Jan. 10th, at Metho
dist church—Dinner on the ground.
Mr). C. B. Ayers of Comer was
in town Tuesday.
M. C. H. S. welcomes Miss Ma-,
rie Barrow as their Music teacher
for the remainder of this term- Miss
Ba*row sucreeds Mrs W D Gkolston.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sheppard
■of Commerce wee here ©n business
Mrs. J. B. Addison of Carnesvitle
spent the week-end with Mr. and'
Mrs. Rv T. Broome.
Mrs . R. 0. Hutcherson has return,
and to Atlanta, having spent several
days here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Thompson.
Miss Louise Broome left Wednes
day for her home at Lincolnton, hav
ing spent several months here With
Rev. and Mrs. M. C. AHen.
Mr. JV E. Bond was a visitor to
Athens on Wednesday afternoon.
The many friends of Mr. Geo.
Bussell Sanders are sorry to lear;
that he is not as well as usual.
Mr. Knox Griffeth of Atlanta
spent the week-end here.
Mrs. W. V. Long of Savannah is
visiting relatives here. 'j
Good two or three horse farm one
m ile of Ft Lamar, Ga. (Van Ow
en* Also good two-horse farm
tw ° m *les fsom Commerce, Ga,
See W. D. Sheppard, Commerce, Ga.
M . 1-9, 4t.
SHINGLES FOR SALE
Moore’* Bridge by J. E. Vaughn,
Comer, Ga., Rt. 4
N - 1-8, 4t, pd
Baptist Minister’s Conference
-Northeast Georgia meets at Ath
fcns ’ 11 A. M., Jan 12.
( " object for discussion is,
J rt ‘th. ’ The discussion to be led by
' Flury. All are urged to be
* JUST FROM PROGRESS *
Afet being absent a while, here
we come again,
Mr. J, T. Phillips and family of
Chattanooga, Tenn. spent Christmas
holidays with Mr. J. H. Shelton and
Master Raleigh Watson Allen of
Atlanta spent the past two weeks
with his grandparents here. His
grandfather, Mr. W. M. Glenn, re
turned home with him Saturday for;
a few days.
Miss Minnie Fae Scarbaro dined
Sunday with her sisber, Mrs. Har
COMER MERCANTILE CO.
A Big January
... ... v - •
Now Going* On
Our entire stock to go at prices you
cannot afford to miss. The liberal reduc
tion we are making in prices compels us
to make this a Cash Sale. If you find
what you want it will mean a big cash
saving for you. Come and see what we
COMER MERCANTILE CO.
H>anielsville, Georgia, Friday, JAN, 9 1925
Mr. Harvie Carter spent a whiile
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Scarboro. Mrs. Scarhoro who has
been sick for a long time is no bettr.
Mrs. Ekno McLeroy spent Sunday
night during Xmas with Mrs. John-
Mrs. Z. B. Smith, Mrs. W. M.
Glenn and son, Odelle, visited rela
tives near Hix Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle Bradley spent
Saturday night and Sunday with rel
atives near Gommerae.
Mr. Grover McLer*y spent Satur
day night with Mr. Harvie Ghena.
Mise Alma Scarbore spent oae
day last week with Ma*s. Hoyle Brad-
Miss Alma Scarboro spent Sunday
with MtJ. and Mrs. Johnnie McLeroy
Mr. W. P. Williams, wife and
two daughters, were in Athens Sat
- V -
Mr. J. D. McLeroy, who has bee*
sick with diphtheria, we are glad to
report, is doing nicely.
Mr. C. R'. McLeroy, wife and
Mrs. Elmo McLeroy spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mbs. J. J
Mr. W. P. William's had the
misfortune to eat his fiaoe Saturday
* POCATALIGO *
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School began here Monday, Jan.
sth, under the management of Mr.-
Dwight Tabor, as principal, and Miss
es Ruby Freeman and Lula Maude
Mr. S. M. McClellan and family
will soon make their home in Dan
ielsville; they will be missed very
much by all the friends around here.
Miss Dolie Eller had as her guest
Sunday afternoon, Miss keba Cul
Mrs. Lillie Looney and famity
spent Saturday and Saturday night
with Mrs. Richard Seagraves.
Mr. and Mp. J. M. Rogers and
little daughter left flor their home itt
Webster, Fla., December 30th, after
spending the Christinas holidays with
Miss Agnes Bray of Athens was
with relatives hero Sunday afternoon
Mrs. Kip Nash and children of
Danielsville and Miss Mozelle Lester
®f Royston spent Saturday, Jan. 3rd
with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Barrett.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tidwell
spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Wilder.
The pound supper given by Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Carson Friday night
was enjoyed by the young people.
Misees Inez and Evie Lee Barrett
were the guests of Missee Ruth and
Ctfa Laonev Thausday.
Mrss I erlin Barrett spent the week
end with friends and relatives in
Mr. L. S. Short, who was very
ill last week, is better this week.
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• FORT LAMAR
All seem glad to greet the new
year and hope that it may be an im
provement on the one just passed.
The young people have returned
to their schools and the older ones
to their work.
The friends of Mr. Harvey Henley
regret to hear of his illness and hope
that he may soon improve.
Mrs. Margaret Hutcherson is vis
iting relatives in South Georgia.
Mr. C. M. Deaa and family wer.
recent visitors near Carnesville.
Mr. C. L. Parker and family of
South Carolina spnt several days of
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McWhirter
of Elberton and Mr. Bruner of 9.
C. spent several days with Mr. M.
F. McWhirter and family during
Mr. Howard Higginbotham and
family of Commerce were recen
M.l}. and Mrs. Paul Tabor and
little son of Athens visited relativs
here last week. t
Mr. and Mrs. Stipe Parker and
little daughter of Atlanta were hol
iday visitors here.
Mr, C. D. Tabor who has been a.
Winter Haven, Fla. for several
months inspecting citrus fruits, has
returned home and has accepted the
school at Poca, following the resig
nation of the principal, Mrs. Roy
Freeman. * j -, 8 .
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