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The Danielsville flonitor.
V OL XXX
I LOCAL I
Mrs. Lee Carrington is spending
•sometime here with her granddaugh
ter, Mrs. J. H. Boggs. Mrs. Car
rington. in former years, made her
home at this place and her many
friends are always glad to see her.
Mesdames Roy David and Asa
Campbell and Miss Nell Campbell
v.ere in Athens on Tuesday .
Mr. Will King Meadow of Athens
was here on business Tuesday.
Miss Carrie Sue Anthony is expect
ed home next Monday from G. S.
C. W. Milledgeville, where she re
ceived her A. B. Degree a few
Misses Lucy Meadow, Louise
Christy, Kathleen Scarboro and Mrs.
Claud Parham were in Athens Tues
Misses Rtba Thompson and Ruby
Jenkins spent Wednesday in Athens
Little Ruth Rogers of Watkins
ville, who has been spending some
time here with friends, returned
Mr. and Mr3. Guy Strickland left
Wednesday to make their home in
Dr. W. D. Gholston and Miss Lu
cy were in Athens Wednesday.
Mr. R. B. Bullock is now driv
ing anew Ford which he purchased
a few days ago.
Mr. J. R. Bullock of Athens was
visiting his mother, Mrs. N. H. Bul
Mr. E. E. Hall and wife spent
last Sunday with his parents at Bow
Mr. ahd Mrs Garnett Ware spent
last Sunday with their uncle Mr. G.
Felton Jenkins of U. of Ga. was
with the home folks last week-end.
Mr and Mrs. Sherman Hahcoek
Athens were with Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Griffeth last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Puryear and
daughters, Misses Lueile ahd Martha,
with Mrs. Dawson Tribble of near
Athens were visiting their niece,
Mr?.. L. E. Greene, Sunday after
Mr. B. J. Meadow of Royston
was here the first of weak.
Mrs. Lizzie Landers and Mrs.
E. J. Meadow were spend-the-day
quests of Mr. and Mrs. John David
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bond with
Mr. a:. ! Mrs. Fred Bond of 1 Eoyston
f ptnt several days in Augusta this
veek attendihg the graduating ex
ercises of the Augusta Medical Col
lf'ge, where their son Ellis received
Miss Loujse Christy is spending
,eVi ra l days in Athens with her
aunt, Mrs. Addie Griffeth.
Mrs. W. D M.eadow and Miss
T A NARUS; c y "’ere guests of Mrs. Neal
D-rnett on Wednesday.
Mr. H. J. Schoupe, with Edward
*ni Horace Davis, motored to At
“nta last week-end.
Mr* Hamilton Long has gone to
to work during his vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Graham spent
last Sunday here with relatives and
were accompanied home by Miss
Fay Gholston, who will spend sever
al days with them.
On last Monday Mr. B. N. White
celebrated his 70th birthday and had
as his guests, Mr. and Mrs. Sequad
W T estbrook and Bonnie, and Mr.
J . C. Tabor of Fort Lamar.
Mr. James Christy left last week
for Atlanta where he will be for a
few days and then he goes to Nortu
Carolina where he will engage in
work during the summer months.
James is one of our brightest ;
most popular young men, and we
wish for him a successful future.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boggs had
as their guests on last Sunday, Mes
dames Lee Carrington, Bill Hartman
and Bedgood and daughters, and
Miss Mattie Carrington of Athens.
Mr. and Mrs Pat. Thompson of
Colbert were with Mr. and Mrs. W
D. Meadow on Monday.
Miss Flora Griffeth is spending
this week in Athens with her sister
Mrs. Sherman Hancock.
Little Bumice Blackwell of Bish
op isvisiting Marceliene Williams.
Mr. E. M. Williams, who has
ontract for concrete bridges and
culverts on state highway No. 8 from
here to Royston is now here and on
the job—gettihg out rock and crush
ing, and will begin construction at
once. Let the good work go on.
DEATH OF VEAL ALEWINE
Mr. Veal Alewine who has been
suffering from higk blood
for last two years died suddenly
Saturday morning about seven o’-
clock, while out in the yard working
on a set of buggy shafts. He was
interred at Moons Grove cemetery
Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock,
Rev. M. C. Allen officiating.
He was a hard working man, a
peaceable, sober, upright citizen,
and is survived by his widow and
several children and a number of
brothers and sisters, as well as a
host of frVnrls who deeply sympa
thize with them in their great loss.
BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE
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Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, ,'nne 5, 1925
By the Comer Violin Pupils of Austin J. Wight
Teacher of Violin Playing of Athens. Ga.
High School Auditorium, Comer, Ga.
Friday Evening June 12th at 8:30 O'Clock
Accompanist, Mrs. Wight
Quartet Lullaby Lachmund
Mary Carolyn Carmichael
Quartet National Airs Harris
Spring Song Mendelsohn
Melodrame Duet Guiraud-Musin
Francis Jackson and Son
Quartet Air and Variations Danela
Dawn of Love Two Violins and Piano Bendix
Ralph Jackson and Mr. Wight
Prelude to the Opera Lohengrin ........ * Wagner
Harrison Birchmoro Finlay McLeroy
Francis Jackaon Ralph Jackson
Quartat and Piano ... .Priests March From Athalia Mendlesohn
Mary C. Carmichael Rockepper Burckhalter
Martha Carmichael Albinus Sims
Mabel Henslee Ralph Jackson
Elinor Thompeon Harrison Birchmore
Finlay McLeroy Francis Jackson
The Public is Cordially Invited
No Admission Charge
By A. B. CHAPIN
COL. ROBT. SEYMORE HERE
We were pleased to have with ua
this week. Col. Robt. Seymore, now
of Miami, Fla., but who lived in this
countyAintl! young manhood. He is
a son of the late John W T . Seymore
who was a large farmer and lived at
Bob left here 38 years ago, soon
after leaving college, and this is'
his first visit to Danielsville since he
He first located at Kesemee, Fla.,
where he was admitted to the bar<
and in a few years there after mov
ed to. Miami, where he has been
He said that in coming over from
Athens, nothing looked familiar, and
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ly place he could recognize. He
told us how Florida is growing and
how fnany had made fortunes there.
Miami growing from a population of
1500 to a large city of great wealth,
there being 000 multimillionaires
now living there. i
But few people are here now that
lived here when Bob was a boy and
a frequent visitor to our city. Uncle
Charley O’Kelley, B. N. White,
Judge B. T. Moseley, G. O. Griffeth
L. E. Greene, Mrs. Mattox, and
Mrs. L. A. Greene are all that he
He says that all his family are liv
ing except his father, mother and
one sister, Mrs. Lex Galloway, and
that they are all in good financial cic
His health is not good and he is
now traveling, trying to recuperate
before his fall work comes on. He
is a bachelor, having joined the no
ble order of the benedicts. . We were
glad indeed to have him stop over
for a short while.
RED MOSELEY’S MUSINGS
Beans scarce again. They are a
bout 75 to 85 per cent water—Let
it rain, let it rain, let it rain.
Rush Burton is a convention get
ter—They had the R. F. D. Carri
ers last Saturday. Messers W. D.
Graham, J. E. Bond, H. T. Sandera
and IT. I-. Echols, our efficient
carriers, with Postmaster R. T.
Broome and a few others went over.
They knew before going the affair
would he enjoyable hut they are
busy now trying to think up e nough
words to express their g.ntitude.
Grain about all harvested—better
than some thougut it would be.
This is notice to the Public in gen
eral, that a bill will be intrpd ced
at the coming legislature, Seasons
1925, which w 11 authorize the May
or and Council of the City of
Ila, Georgia, Madison County, to
call an election at such t mes ss
they may desire to submit to the*
qualified voters of said city the
question of exempting from taxation
certain properties, and new indus
tries, as is mentioned in Public Acts,
Extra-Ordinary Session, 1923, and
Article Seven, Section Two, Para
graph Two A, of the Constitution of
the State of Georg a, to provide who
shall vote in said election, how the
ballots shall be prepared and count
ed, the results declared, and to
somply with all requirements of the
Constitution of this State as occurs
in the article, section and paragraph
referred to, and for other purposes.
This May 26, 1925.
D. R. FREEMAN,
Mayor of the City of Ha
Georgia, Madison County.