The Danielsville (Tonitor.
Mr Fred Bond of Royston was
here on business Thesday.
and Mrs. N. C. Bullodk were
i B Athens on Thursday of last week.
Miss Rea Lord of Ih was shopping
here on Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Benton and
Mr. Kirk of Colbert were visitors
here last Fi'iday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dalton were
in Athens on Tuesday.
The Wimcn’s Missionary Society
of the Baptist Church met with Mrs
j y. Huff Wednesday afternoon.
The Workers’ Council ef Metho
dist Church met with Col. and Mrs.
C. E. Adams on Monday night.
Mrs. A. C. Campbell and Mrs,
K. C. David were shopping in Ath
Danielsville vs Commerce wHI play
basket-ball on Commerce Court,
Friday night. Be sure to go to the
game and yell for M. 6. H. S.
Mr. W. P. Harrison, Miss Myrtice
Harrison and Mrs. Geo. Perkins cl.
Bethlehem Ga. were guest* of Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Huff Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffeth an
nounce the birth of a son on Feb. 5.
Mr. and Mrs. C. (3. Moore visited
the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Escoe on Snndaf.
The many friends of Miss Ada
Wilson will be delighted to know that
she will again have charge of L. B.
Greene & Co.’s Millinery Depart
ment for the Spring season. She
will arrive next Monday the 16th and'
will be delighted to show you thrh
her line, having on display all the
latest and newest thinys in sillinery.
Mr. and Mr, J. T. Murray were
la Athens on last Sunday.
Her. Horace Smith, presiding el
der of the Elberton District, preached
a most asle sermon at the Methodist
church on last Sunday evening.
Mrs. J. Y. Huff entertained the
ladies of the Baptist Missionary So
ciety on Wednesday afternoon. A
most interesting program was ren
dered, after which a social hour was*
enjoyed and delicious refreshments
Among those in Athens on last
Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. F<. H.
Gordon, Mrs. J. H. Boggs, Messers
L. E. Greene, W. D. Meadow and
W. M. Davis.
The countless friends of Mf. and
Mrs. W. D. Meadow congratulate
them upon the arrival ol a fine boy
on Feb. 6th, at St. Marys Hospital.
Miss Jessie Neal Strange, our effi
cient Home Demonstration Agent for
this county, will return here Satur
day, having spent the past six weeks
in Athens at the Agricultural College
taking a special course in her work.
She will he in her office Monday and
will be glad to have her friends call
on her when she can serve them in
Mr. E. L. McCa nnon who has f-or
several years served the county most
efficiently as County Police has re
cently been elected City Marshal atf
Comer and he is now there on the
A real estate deal was made here
last week when Col. R. Howard
Gordon purchased the home of Mr.
M 7 ’. M. Davis. We understand Mr.
Gordon will not move in before an
are glad to know that Mrs.
Deila Bond who has been ill for so
*°ng has sufficiently recovered to be
Mr. D. A. Moseley, who has suf
fered intensely with an abcess in his>
head, was in Athens last week to see’
Dr. Dekker f*r treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufe Sorrells motor
ed to Athens on last Saturday to see
Mrs. Sorrells sister, Miss Marion
Coil who has recently had a opera
tion for appendicitis at St. Marys
Mr,, Frank O’Kellsy has moved
his family to Carlton where he is
now serving- as City Marshal.
Rev. John A. Simplon will fill his
regular appointment hei’e on Sunday
morning and evening at the Presby
terian church. You are invited'.
Ben White Simpson is suzering
with a severe sprained ankle which
he sustaind an the basket-ball c®urt
Mrs. Gresham of Jackson, who
has been spending some time here
as the guest of Mrs. J. N. Griffieth,
returned te Athens on Sunday b®
visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roper.
The friends of Mr.<. D. A. Mose
ley will be glad to know sha is doing
nicely since her return home from
St. Marys Hospital.
Col. and Mrs. B. T. Moseley
were in Athens Wednesday.
Mrs. Luther Williams who has
been confined to her room with Flu
has sufficiently l'ecdverod to be out.
MADISON COUNTY EPWORTH
L AGUE UNION INSTITUTE
Liberty Methodist Church, Ft. La
mar, Ga., Sunday, Feb. 15 1925
10:00 Devotional —J. Gj. Tabor
10:15 The different units of Leegue
10:30 Origin and History of the
Epwofth League—Miss Lucile Hig
10:45 League Motto, ‘‘All for
Christ”—U. S. Woody.
11:001nspirational address —Rec. M.
1:00 A League in the small church
1:00 A League in the small chvrc-h
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
2:80 Address—Rev<. F. E. Crutch
3:00 Address—J. H. Baker, Dist
Special musfc to be -supplied.
ILA W. M. S. MEETS
The W. M. S. ef the Ila Baptist
church held its regular monthly
meeting Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Jack Gober.
The President being absent the
meeting was in charge of the Vice-
President, Mrs!. Hall Westbrook.
The meeting was opered with song:
Faith of Our Fathers; Prayer by
Miss Ethel Peavy and Scripture by
Miss Maude Gurley. An interesting
program was rendered with “Strug
gle for Religious Liberty in America”
as the subject.
Following the program a short
business session was held in which
reports were given by the chairman
of various committees showing some
of the work being dor ; by the Sor
ety. Plans were made for the Work
ers’ Conference that will be held with
this church on Feb. 17.
It was decided to meet at the home
of Mrs. H. G. Banister, Saturday,
March 7, to carry out the progran*
for the week of 1 prayer. After sing
ing “Sweet Hour of Prayer” we were
dismissed by the Mizpah Benediction.
Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, FEB, 13 1925
W. M. U. WORKERS CONFERENCE
The W. M. U. Workers Confer
ence of the Fifth District will meet
at the Ila Baptist church, on Tues
day, Feb. 17, 192 e at 2:30 o’clock.
All are urged t® be present.
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* NEESE LOCALS *
There will be a B®s Supper at
Neese school house Saturday night.
Everybody is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Crowe and
little daughter, Pauline of Athens
spent Sunday with Mr. Willis Crowe
Mr. Jewel Murray and Miss Hula
Mae Strickland spent a while Sunday
night with Mr. and Mrs. W illie Mur
Miss Nina Hardman spent Sunday
with Miss Vedie Martin.
Miss Gladys Sorrell spent Sunday
with Miss Mary McEiroy.
Miss Naomi Floyd md Miss Loue
sa Bullock spent Saturday with Miss
Miss Vedie and Mr , Vase© Martin
spent a while Thursd ty night with
Misses Rosa Nell and louesa Crowe.
Mr. Allen Strickland spent Tues
day with Mr. S. R. Strickland and
Miss Viola Brown spent Sunday
with Miss Rosa Nell Crowe.
The Death Angel visited the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Adams and
took away their little one. Our sym
pathy is with them all
Miss Eula Mae Strickland, Mr.
Jewel Murray, Misses Leuesa and
Susie Crwe and Mr. DeWibfee Sea
graves spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Bennett of Bond A
Miss Monteen and Mrs. Loyd Bul
lock spent Saturday afternoon with
Miss Vedie Martin.
Mff. Hushel Bullock and Mr. T.
L. Gr*we visited Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Bennett of Bond Academy
• * * • * •
* MOONS GROVE SOCIALS *
The canity drawing given by Mr.
and Mrs. D. H. Murray was en
joyed by those present.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Epps, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Griffeth dined with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glenn Sunday?.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ed Fortson
and children spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Forton of Blue
Mr. Birch Jones and mother spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Jones of Commerce.
The singing given by Mr. and
Mrs. Sanders was enjoyed by a
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cheatham
sr-ent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
F. N. McConnell.
Mi/, and Mrs. Frank Glenn spent
Friday wiith theiir daughter, Mrs.
Messers Harvie Jordan Glenn and
Goss Jones spent Saturday night with
Messers Monroe and Daniel Carithers
Miss Lucile Glenn called on Miss
es Mabel and Myrle Williams Satur
Miss Ruby Chandler spent Thurs
day with Miss Lucile Glenn.
Mrs. J. W. Mathews spent Sun
day with her granddaughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Claud Murry spent the week
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Marse.
Misses Mabel and Myrle Williams
had as their guests Sunday Misses
Lucile Glenn and Hazel Griffeth.
Mrs. F. N. McConnell spent
Wednesay afternoon with Mrs. Grisa
Hon. G. 0. Moser To Speak at Danielsville
HON. C. O. MOSER SPEAKS
A treat is promised the citizens ®f
Madison County in the address which
delivered at the Couiffheuse
at Danielsville, Tuesday, February
17, at 2P. M. by the Hon C. 0.
CURRENT TOPICS ON AGRICULTURE
Edited by E. E. HALL, County Agt.
PRUNING AND SPRAYING
s This is the time of year that all
fruit trees should be pruned and
sprayed If this has not already been
In pruning all cute larger than a
silver dollar should be painted with
raw linseed eil and white paint.
Smaller cuts need net Le painted.
Where blight is in the trees care
should be taken not te spread it du
ring pruning. One of the best ways
te avoid blight spreading is to prune
out all limbs and branches about six
inehea below the bMghted area, and
to wash these cuts with a solution oti
Corosive Sublimate 1 to 1000. Also
to wash pruning tools in this solution
before beginning on other trees.
Where trees have been blighted
and then pruned, it is advisable to
burn all of these blighted limbs.
When the pruning of the orchard is
complete the next needed thing in
most orchards is spraying for the
San Jose Scalej. There are several
;rprays that are used for this, but pos-
I sibly one of the best is Lime-Sulphur
Spray. IT the trees are badly in
fected with scale it will be secessary
to spray again in aboui: two or three
weeks with the same material. This
spray can be made or purchased from
most Drug stores or from the Agri
To make this spray take:
Sulphur, 8 lbs, Lime, fresh 4 lbs;
Water 5 gallons. Slhke the lime,
mix in the sulphur witn it, add water
Desirable Residence Lots, Daniels
The Trustees of the Madison CounJ
ty High School will offer for sale on
the first Tuesday in March, at the
Court House in Danieisville, at 11:00
o’clock A. M., to the highest bidder,
for oash : the Lott known as the Old
School House Lot, fti Danielsville, on
which is situated the old School
Building, said lot being on Athens,
St., and contains four acres, more or
less. • ....
Said sale subject to confirmation
by the Trustees of said School.
TRUSTEES M. C. H. S.
Mr. Moser will spidk here under
the auspices of the Georgia Cotton
Growers’ Co-operative Association;
but he will discuss n >t so much co
operative marketing as the “Farm
Program for 1925,” recently adopted
at a notable session of farmers, mer
chants, bankers and educators at
This program calls for diversifica
ti®n of crops to the extent of making
each farm seHJ-sustaining, for ade
quate: financing of the farmer at a
reasonable rate of interest and on
fair terms, and for co-operative mar
keting of products to give the farmer
a fair share of the consumer’s dollar.
Moser is secretary of the A
merican Cotton Grower's Exchange,
the parent body, of all the cotton co
operatives in the country. He was
reared on a farm in Texas, and serv
ed many years as County Agent.
In the work of organising aM states
co-operatives, he has become familiar
with farmers’ troubles and‘needs in
nil the Southern State and has seen
some of these troubles satisfactorily
worked out. What he has to say will'
be worth traveling mile3 t® hoar.
and bod for 1 hour; rome of water
will evaporate, this should be replat
ed so as to the 5 gallons as at
This will make enegn spray for 20
five-year old peach trees, dormant
spray or about 40 gallons.
It is much better ti get already
prepared in many casos.
Be sure and get a Spray Calendar,
you can get one from the Agricultu
ral College or from the County Agt.
• CALCIUM ARSENATE *
We will be able to get our Calcium
of Arsfcnate this year for 8c par
pound in ear lots, but it is advised
that we order within the next month
so we can get the benefit of this
price. I will bo glad to take orders
for calcium arsenate. It will b®
necessary to have a deposit of lc per
pound to get the car. Gome to seo
me or write about the matter.
Esper E. Hall, Cos. Ags.
If you need any Lime-Sulphur
Spray, call or see me at once.
Esper E. Hall, Cos. Agt.
The party that borrowed the largo
Pruning Shears from my office will
kindly retorn them at once.
Esper E. Hail Cos. Agt.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express c-k thanks and
grateful appreciate* to every on
who has ministered to os in so many
ways during the illness and death of
our wife and mother. Your deeds tf
kindness, beautiful flowers, and
words ©f kindness, so expressive of
your thoughts of us during tlie&e days
of sorrow. ;
£. W Fitts,
Elmer F itts,
John Fitts .
LOST, STRAYED or STOLEN ’
Shephard dog, black body, with yel
low lege. Return to Hattie JaaO
Strickland, DanieUville, Ga,
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