The Danielsville Honitor.
f LOCAL 1
p r . ,T, S. Daniel was a recent
visitor- to Atlanta. ,
Mr. D. A. Moseley. Misses Lucy
Gholston and Virginia Moseley were
in Athens Tuesday afternoon.
Prof. Shoupe with his class of
boys who are taking Agriculture are
spending the week in Athens, attend
ee Farmers’ Week Conference at
the State College of Agriculture'.
Messers J. Y. and 0. E. Huff re
turned from Atlanta Tuesday, where
they visited Rev. R. J. Huff whe is
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Broom*
visited relatives in Mt. Airy, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. David spent
tie week-end in Statham.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelms and
children of Commerce spent a short
while here Tuesday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Nelms.
Miss Margaret Sorrell of Athens
spent tho week-end here with friends
Quite a number of out of town
people saw “Hearts and Diamonds”
at the School Auditorium Friday
night, presented by High School pu
The Danielsville H. S. basket
hall team played well in the game
on the Athens Court, Tuesday after
noon. Dan’Vsville vs Commerce, but
was defeated., the score being 29 to
35 in favor of Commerce.
Miss Mary Esco has been very
sick for the past week, but is much
improved at present.
Mrs. Sallie Kidd returned from
Athens the first of the week.
Mr. R. Ci. David made a business
trip to Athens Wednesday morning.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness shown
during the illness and death of our
beloved son and brother.
We also wish to thank the faithful
physician, Dr. W. D. Gholston, for
his faithful untiring efforts and ser
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Sanders
There were 13,746 bales of cot
ton ginned in Madison County, from
the crop of 1924 prior to January 16,
1925, as compared with 8,534 bales
ginned to January 16, 1924.
PLAY AT PROGRESS
The play “Home Acres” will be
presented at Progress School house
Rex t Saturday night, Janerv 31,
It is to be presented by local fcal
ent for the benefit of the Progress
school. Admission 15c and 25*.. Go
° l| t and help a good cause and spend
fal enjoyable evening.
"here will be a Box Supper at Du
\ '■ School House, Friday night,
1 *>ruary 6th. Everybody is invited.
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A great deal of sickness in our
community a-t this writing.
Mrs. Joe Whitehead has returned
home after visiting relatives in New
born, Ga. )
We are glad to report Mrs. C. L.
Patton recovering from her recent
illness. |_ g|fl j
Mr. and Mrs. R. ?f. Rowe were
m Athens-Friday afterneon.
Mrs. A. H. Eberhardt is very
sick at this writing; we hope to re
port her better soon.
Miss Elizabeth Stevens of Roys
ton spent the week-end with home
folks. . * !>, ;
Prof. Baantly of Bessie Tift Col
lege spent Sunday with friends here..
LOOK ! LISTEN!!
COMER MERCANTILE COMPANY
Saturday January 31st.
BEGINNING AT 11:00 O’CLOCK
1 Lot Horst Collars
I “ Collar Pads
1 “ Breast Chains
1 “ Traces
1 “ Haines
1 “ Single Trees
1 “ Hame Strings
1 “ Plow Lines
1 “ Double wagon lines
1 “ Single wagon lines
1 ‘ Plates
1 “ Cups and Saucers
1 “ Oil Cans
1 “ Churn Jars
1 “ Salad Oil
1 “ Wagon Paint
l “ Colic Cure
1 “ “Dan Patch”
1 “ Soup plates
Comer Mercantile Cos.
D. E. GRAHAM, Auctioneer.
Danielsville. Georgia, Friday, JAN, 30 1925
Miss Jewel Haralson of Alliens
visited her mother last Wednesday.
Mrs. Baty is very nick at this time
we wish for her a speedy recovery.
Mr. T. J. Stevenss had a very
serious accident Sunday afternoon.
At Dewey Rose another car ran Into
him damaging his oar very much.
We are glad tjo report no one seri
Rev. Carswell preached a splen
did sermon at the morning hour,
Sunday; Text: Matt. 6-17; Subjeot,
“Christ the fulfillment of the law.”
It was very timely; he made it ap
plicable to civil and church life. At
the evening hour his subject was,
“Heaven”; needless to say it was
fine. Broh Carswell is doing noble
work in our midst. Let us give him
our whole-hearted co-operation and
support. [ 1 1
1 Lot Hand Bags
1 “ Girls Dresses
1 “ Boys Rompers
1 “ Ladies Silk Hose
1 ‘‘ Mens Hats
1 “ Boys Hats
1 “ Silk Waists
1 “ Voile Waists
1 “ Ladies Blouses
I “ Ladies Wool Skirts
1 “ Mens Union Suits
I “ Boj s Union Suits
1 “ Wash Boards
1 Pea Thrasher
1 New Two-Horse Wagon
1 2nd hand 2-horse wagon
1 New one-horse wagon
1 Lot middle busterplows
One Platform Scales
TERMS - Cash
[ Tells Wheat Facts
Wg ■'S' Jl
A. J. McPhail, President, Cana
dian Co-op. Wheat Pooling Ass’n,
told American Co-op. Association
members at Washington last week
how the farmers in his provinces,
by co-operating, marketed, at top
•u ices, half the grain in Canada.
George Rusaell Sander*
George Russell Sanders was bhe
oldest son of H. T. and Miss Myrtle
Sanders, being at bhe time of his
death about 22 years old}. He was
horn Feb. lfifch, 1903, and died on
tha 20th day of January, 1925.
George Russell joined the Metho
dist Church at Danielsville at an ear
ly a#e and was always one of it 9
■•ost faithful and loyal members.
From his earliest childhood he was
a member of the Sunday School, and
continued so until a short time be
fore bis death. He loved the church
acud the Sunday School and his whole
life was both an example and an in
spiration to all. He was cut down
m early manhood because of a dead
ly heart leison, having battled with
this condition flor more than seven
years. But even in file faoe of such
a deadly attack of the above named
•audition he did nut on a good fight,
and was always cheerful aud patieut,
and was always looking on the bright
side, and wishing f*r the ht.
Living, he taught us the love ,*f
Go*l and right and honesty and jus
tice, and he had that kindliness, af
fection and devotion fo-i his home—
that is. his father and mother and
brother, which made all love him so
much. All these things made the
sweetness of his life. Within our
memory there was never a young
man reared in and around this towu
and county who had more friends.
If he had an enemy it is not known.
Many centuries ago a wise man
said, “By two wings r man is lifted
up from things earthly, namely, hy
simplicity and puritv.” We eannot
doubt that the splendid young man
tfiat George Russell was has gone to
share the reward that remains for
the pure in heart, who, ia all truth
aud fidelity was such a man. Well
might be said of him, that:
“This life was gentle and the elements
So mixed in him that nature might
And say to all the world, ‘This was
a man.’ ”
Tie ha-; left us a shining example
of his life well spent, while yet so
short, yet with many, many kind
words and deeds which shall always
“In peace it was his let to die,
In peace, O may his ashes lie;
And sweetest peace, while ages roll,
Attend his noble, manly soul.”
—His Sunday School Class
MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF
The Woman’s Missionary Society
held their usual monthly meeting,
Miss Clara Candler as president.
After scripture reading, opening
prayer was by Mrs. J. R. O'Kelley.
The Personal Service Chairman, Mrs
J. V. Jenkins, stater] that we were
in need of more literature for the
children of the community, who were
unable to attend Sunday School,
which the Union contributed for as
After some discussion of business,
was dismissed by President.
Season of Prayer
The Womans Missionary Society
of Union church observed the week
of prayer for foreign missions, Jan.
The ladies met at the home of Mrs.
J. V. Jmkins on Thursday ifter
noon, Jan. Bth, and had a very nice
program, which had been planned
by the president, Miss Clara Chand
After the program was over, we
spent a very social time with each
othfer, which every one present en
joyed. Mrs. Jenkins served us with
delicious liyht refreshments.