The Danielsville ITonitor.
I! LOCAL I
Mrs. J. D. Thompson, Misses Re
ba Thompson and Marie Barrow were
visitors in Athens Saturday.
Miss Kathleen Snelling of near
Comer spent the week end with home
Mr. Aycock of the State Highway
Department was here on business
Mr Hall of Calhoun Falls, S. C.
spent several days here this week
v-ith his son, Mr. E. E. Hall.
' Mr. and Mr*. A. S. Dalton were
in Athens on Wednesday.
Sheriff W. H. Hall made a busi
ness trip to Tampa, Fla., the first of
Miss Moore of Elberton, Ga., is
tbJ guest of her sister, Mrs. E. E.
Hall, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. David were
visitors to Athens on Saturday.
A kinsman of Buffalo Bill, known
as “Three Fingered Cody,” spent the
night here Monday night, on his 10,-
000 mile trip, from Van Couver,
Wash, to Washington, D. C. While
here he parked his wagon in W. D.
Meadow’s yard, slept and cooked
there in wagon, as that is part of
bargain. He had only 530 miles more
to make before taking the SIO,OOO
purse to be awarded him for his trip.
Mr. Gip Burroughs of Ila was a
visitor here Tuesday}.
Mr. and Mrs. Hone Mealor of Ft.
Lamar, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gra
ham of Rogers were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Collie Graham Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bond and chil
dren of Royston spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bond.
A number of friends annd rela
tives attended the funeral services of
Mrs. S. W. Fitts at Janes Chapel
I am glad to state that after being
Out of my work Ifor eight weeks en
account o t an operation underwent
in St. Mary’s Hospial on the 9th of
December, that I am again to resume
my work. i
We wish to express our apprecia
tion to the friends who have been so
kind in remembering us during our)
trouble, also to commend the faith
ful and efficient service of the Doc
tors and nurses while at the Hospital.
I will preach at Danielsville, 11:00
o’clock, Feb. Bth, in the morning;
there will be a church conference im
mediately before the preaching ser
vice . ....
We have plenty of people within
easy reach of our churches to fill
them so let’s come out and show the
preacher that we appreciate him and
he will preach betted. Listen, church
member! Have you stopped to con
sider what you owe to the church?
Tou might like to have a better
pjeacher; well, the best way to have
one is to cooperate with the one you
have and make him better.
M. C. ALLEN
Desirable Residence Lots, Daniels
The Trustees of the Madison Coun-1
iy High School will offier for sale on
the first Tuesday in March, at the
f curt House in Danielsville, at 11:00
0 oiock A. M., to the highest bidder,
W cash • the Lott known as the Old
School House Let, in Danielsville, on
is situated the old School
Building, said lot being on Athens,
St., and contains four acres, more or
sale subject to confirmation
T.< the Trustees of said School.
TRUSTEES M. C. H. S.
At the first meeting of the Madison
Caunty Tournament committee,
Monday, Feb. 2nd, at Mq. R. C.
David’s office, it was decided that the
basketball tourney should fee held at
Danidsville, Feb. 20th and 21st, if
the weather permits. In case of bad
weather the tournament will be held
the following Friday and Saturday.
Any school in the county desiring
tc enter a team may do s on the
following conditions and regulations:
The players participating must be
bona-fide students of the school they
represent, i. e.,they must have at
tended school regularly for not less
than six weeks during the scholastic
year 1924-1925 and previous to the
time of the tournament and they
must not have attended any school
other than the one they represent
during the scholastic year 1924-25.
They must be doing passing work
in at least three major subjects;
All teams must he entered before
noon of February 13. i. e., a list of
the eligible players from each school,
signed by the principal or superin
tendent must be in possession of O.
G. Lancaster, Sec’y, Comer, Ga. be
fore that date.
Drawing or nairing will take place
at Supt. David’s office Feb. 14th.
Each team to participate should
have a representative there Feb. 14.
A suitable trophy will be awarded
the winning team. Also a trophy
will be awarded to the most useful
player to his team. This does not
necessarily mean a player on the
All communication relative to the
tournament should be addressed to
0. G. Lancaster, Comer, Ga. Every
school is invited and urged to send a
team to the tournament.
The meeting of the Baptist Minis
ters’ Conference of Northeast Geor
gia, which meets at Athens, will meet
at 11 A. M., Feb. 8. The subject
for discussion is “Justification.” The
discussion to he opened by Rev.
Wade H. Park.
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Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, FEB, 6 1925
I WILL BE AT THE FOLLOW ING PLACES FOR THE PURPOSE
OF RECIEVING TAX FOR THE YEAR 1925. PLEASE MEET ME
AND GIVE IN YOUR TAX.
COLBERT February 16 10 to 12
HULL February 16 1 to 3
CARLTON February 17 10 to 12
NEWTOWN February 17 1 to 2
PAOLI February 17 3 to 4
BRIDGES STORE February 18 9 to 1#
NEESE February 18 11 to 1
SAWDUST February 18 1 to 2
O’KELLEYS STORE February 18 3 to 4
PITTMAN COURT HOUSE *. February 19 10 to 12
ROGERS STORE February 19 12 to 1
ILA February 19 2tt 4
POCA February 20 10 to 12
FT. LAMAR February 20 ’ 1 to 2
TYNERS STORE February 20 2to 3
FITTS STORE February 20 3 to 4
COMER February 21 * 10 to 2
MILL COURT GROUND February 23 10 to 12
BONDS GIN February 23 12 to 1
P. C. SCARBORO STORE February 23 2 to 3
HARRISON COURT GROUND February 24 10 to 12
C. W. SCARBORO STORE February 24 1 to 2
J. E. VAUGHN’S STORE February 24 3 to 4
JEPTHA February 25 10 to 12
MAN PATTONS MILL February 25 1 to 2
CLODFELTERS STORE February 25 3 to 4
DANIELSVILLE MARCH COURT
A. M. Hix, R,T,R,M.
MADISON COUNTY EPWORTH
L AGUE UNION INSTITUTE
Liberty Methodist Church, Ft.
mar, Ga., Sunday, Feb. 'ls 1925
10:§0 Devotional —J. C,. Tabor
10:15 The different units of League
10:30 Origin and History of the
Epworth League—Miss Lucile Hig
10:45 League Motto, “All for
Ch^st”— U. S. Woody.
11:001nspirational a.ddress —Rec. My
1:00 A League in the small church
1:00 A League in the small church
1:15 What the League has contrib
uted to the Church and what it
should contribute —A Colbert
1:30 What thorough organization'
means to a League—A Gordon'
1:45 Business Session
2:30 Address—Rev}. F. E. Crutch
3:00 Address—J . H. Baker, Dist
Special music to be supplied.
That our sweethearts must be
•looked at is a mandate mighty
true, but, when she has gal
oshes on —wal, I dunno . . .
do you? I seldom look at an
kles, bein’ prudent—more or
less—but When we’re forced to
see ’em, then we ain’t to blame,
I hate to see a tailored gal
set out upon a trip, when
there’s every indication that her
snaps has lost their grip,—
though galoshes might be
graceful—even carry an ap
peal, If they didn’t sag down,
ornery-like, and loaf around
the heel. I don’t enjoy my
privelege of actin’ like a spy,
when I need to elevate my chin,
and let folks ketch my eye.
And still, there’s urgent rea
sons which command a feller's
view—like the innocent attrac
tion to a comely ladies’ shoe.
I couldn’t think of nothin’ that
improves the searchin' mind,
like glancin’ at the beauties of
a noble woman-kind; and while
there’s laws of comfort that we
hardly dare forget, I never
liked galoshes, and —I wouldn’t
NOTICE OF MEETING OF CREDI
In the District Court cf the United
States for the Nortnern District
of Ga. Eastern Division.
AS A COURT IN BANKRUPTCY
IN RE: ....
Jno. M. Sorrow, Bankrupt,
Colbert, Ga., R. P. D.
To the Creditors of said Bankrupt:
You are hereby notified that there
will foe a meeting of creditors of the
above named bankrupt on Feb l . 12,
1925, at 613 and 614 Southern Mu
tual Building, Athens, Ga. at 10:00
o’clock A. M., for the purpose (of
Examining bankrupt, allowing claims
selecting a trustee and other legal
HOWELL COBB, Referee
Athens, Ga., Feb. 3rd 1925. ; j