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"'' .....ouaU Jun Sm, 1901
" French Brtmd News " J
1 Bstublltlitd May It, HOT
5 COnSOUJJAItD NOV.I.MII X
5 Means that voir ssb- i
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THE ONLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN MADISON COUNTY
MARSHALL, MADISON COUNTY, N. C. FRIDAY, MaIcH, 9th, 1923.
' ' ... General County
W. A. West, Fees " 15509
W E. Finley, Auditor 1003.53
Prof Henry, Treas.
V. E Fiuley, Auditor -Sheriff;
( ieneral Clpunty .
Bond Indebtedness ...............
Jury;. ,...-,. '. . ... . A
Sinking Fund. ;. .,
Washington,' D- 0., . March 3 -(United
Press) M'ie principal
legislative achievements of the
sixty-seventh .congress in its
four sessions were:
Fordney 'McOumber protective
Packer control law.
The Budget sy t- m
,, Peace treaty wlthGrpmany;
, llatifHUoiioJ-o four power
pacific troitj The..WavaV- limi
tattorrreaty. and other arms con
ference treaties. ,
" Three set4 of . appropriations
, bills totalling. billions of dollars.
Established cdmmitteo - f o r
debtte the United States which
resulted in arO agreement with
Great Bri! air.
1 Immigration restriction logisla
tion. , ' '
Several Agricultural bills.
. Grain exchange regulation..
. More drastic. prohibit: on laws.
Created a Commit tee toinves
tigate recent strikes in coal coun
try. Arnold tin .measures that fail
ed. either bv being defeated in
-congress', or through presidential .ul'!,or,, ' .
' - Inulii'o ".miwi limps
Justice Peace Fine
Bank ot French! Broad
. . . . . .
.... 550 77
... 156 33
. Vujiiiti'u Tlridge Conijiany
w a r JNati. mill Park Bunk
( ,. 300.000.00' 6 :
I . 85,000 00' '2,
I I t of 1 pur cent
The Citizens Bank
1 000 00
Bond Indebtedness Roads Jury 'School Sinking Fund Marshall H S.
i 300 00
1 22 25
. ; ooo.oo-
Tne Ship subsidy bill, fiHbust
ered to death in the sonatp. ' .
The Bursum Pension increase
President Harding's proposal
fot American adhesion to the per
manent court of justice
- -SenatoE-iiemdv's rccommenda-
581 1.58 lS,0ri3 57 250 1p0 23,443 99
in The Land Of Dreams
And Visions v
We have decided to change our theme for Sunday night, and
that for the best of reasons, as you wiil find out for yourselves if
you come, which we hope you will.
Things happen to us some times, you know, with lightning
like rapidity. Its all a part of the great Game of Life, and that
part of it aljothat helps to make itinteresting from first to lafct
from the Cradle to the Grave.
"IN THE LAND OF DREAMS AND VISIONS? which will ,
be the main part of the MENU that we will hand out, God Will
ing, at the Baptist Church on Sunday night, we will deal with the
vital and fundamental problems that confront us all. v We really
believe that you will find it to belialpful, N i
In connection With this evening service we will present one -half
of a most interesting Illustrated Travelogue entitled "ALL
ABOARD FOK LONDON, ENGLAND." We took this trip aome
years ago, and enjoyed it, very much. We will bring you, if you
care to go, on Sunday night, from Times Square, New York City,
through one of thatJittle"BURG'S"vfamous sky-scraper canyons
to the Hudson River, geton board the White Star Liner "CELTIC, "
go past the Statute of Liberty, Ellis Island, thrqugh the Narrows
cross the broad Atlantic to Liverpool, from which city we will
leave on a little English Railroad train, bound for the world's met
ropolis LONDON. We will pass through a number of famous
old English towns, among them being Thetford, - the birth-place
of Thomas Paine, the noted pamphleteer of the Revolution. This
part of our prograra'will not only be interesting, but instructive
also, and especially will it be so to those students who are studing
English History. ' . ' "
Have not been able to decide as yet just what to preach on
Sunday morning. With the help of Heaven, hewever, it will be
something worthwhile. Will do . our best to make it so, at any
rate, and will be glad to see you there.
' - - " . .. . E. R. EVANS. - -'
rr,..w.'ro! nnnnv ' i 169.39
tions for an economic con terence, j01M indebtedness.... ... ..... i. ....... . . 504,32
Child labor legislation.
jlioads ...;.. ................ .......... .... -.17,0011 63
IJury . 354.18
'S.-hool . . - ; ..14,824.32
'Marshall High School....:. ..... 986.97
Bull Creek Items.
. ' Sergeant Dfckerson, Recruiter,
from Fort . Bragg, N C, arrived lr '
in toiwn, this morning, solici ing; -The revivai by Rev.
enlistmenis for the aiafular army ;rerry Sprinkic 'and Rev. Mc-
for the Mexican Borde Panama Crarkcn at Laurel Branch has
fc, Carial, Fort M.cPhcrson, (Ja., Fort . t dosed . t Many additions
Berming, (la.. Fort Moultrie. S ma(je tQ the church
CSthinfant.yj.iat from (yr-
Fort. 15: Irrankas! Key miss ""u,v".
West, Flori.b, Fort Bragg. N. C. Sadie Tillery spent Saturda
Motor and hJrso artillery and night at Mr, W. C Silver
many ;ottier branches. Enlist- home. .
I ments are for, 3 years. See the . Mr.'Kcnneth Murray has just
' Recruiter today at, French Broad returned, from Virginia where
...Hotel, Room No. 6, or in vicinity he and. family have been visit
of the Post Ofiic'eN , ) iiif relatives He givc3 a tfloW-
ling "account of
"The Old Do-
EbbS Promoted TO j Mr. Grady Hunter "has re-
Anfotnf r'oo'rnnr tumcd f Jm Winston-Salcm.
ySlSlalll VdMlltvI has been absent , several
- . ' x i months, so of course his old
- - - ! friends gave him a very warm
Associated " With''. Wachovia ,weTcPrae- .
' n,tit on-l Triict f.nmmnv i -Miss Daisys Phillips
Several Years as Teller;
Thursday night at the home of
Miss Nell Roberts j v
Miss Bessie Metcalf spent the
Ty T? X?.Ut, rAw koo : nnn D3SI eeiW.- Ill VJUOViiic. iuw
with the Wachovia Bank -and Relatives. .. ;
Trust Company for several years . Messrs. W a de Green and
has been promoted o assistant . Tillery , Buckner; . visited Mr.
cashier of the Ashe ville branch,, jEulissas Sprinkle's home Sun
Mr. Ebb.i is active in the Ame- day evening. . . .
. rican Institute of Bvanksng and is j
recognized as one ct the ( most
progressive young men in Ashe-
ville . . ?. " . ;. . -. '
Ah active' Mason,, secretary of
the-Men's liible' Class of Central
Methodist i'hurch and affilated
with other crganizatioris.,' Mr.
Ebb has a number of friends
Thorcugh Bred Barred Ply
m6uth Rock Fggs, $1.0D.for 15.
$6.00 per .' hundred, - H hatch
who will learn 1 of his Demotion ' guaranteed. I have the W. D.
with pleasure, - ' j Hoi terman,, aristocrat strain. ,
He was formerly ona of . the Z-z-to--. ewcyiuu
t.w ' ' . 1 . : Marshall, N. C.
MONTH OF DECEMBER 1922
Disbursements Citizens Bank
JJtVill Roberts, salary M75.00
W. A West, salary ..... ..150.00
J. J. Bailey, salary . .................. J. .. . .... ..266,66
.J. A. Hendricks, salary.. ...... ... . .. .. .10,00
Dr. J. N, Moore,' salary .' .35.00
Fred Bowman', salary and expense.. .... ,. .... .. v. ..... .75 90
( C. N.o'rtonpaupen ....;;. .. ........... . .. 8.00
Ellissua Corn, pauper t ., v ;. . . , .5.00
J. D. Ingle, pauper ...... ,' . .'. 5.00
Miv. TiOiiis Clrk, pauper.. ....... .6.00
11 , Mrs, Emma Stanley, pauper.. -. ,.' 5.00
12 J . Will Roberts, expenso of ofidce i ...... . 31 66
Walker Evans & Company . ... ...'.5427
Madison Light & Power 'Company, Lights & water. ....... .24.20
The M iller Press, Election tickets .......... i , 338 00
M- Bakling; half fees' . ..'...'......... .'. .". .... .. . . .5 20
' m. Norton half fees . . . . . . . ..' . . . i . . -.' , 1 .50
IT. Bui?kner, half fees '. .... ... . ....4 75
John J. Phoenix. Welfare Society v .......... 120 00
R. Ileelurk, County Home 152 00
' 2F Ira Plennnons; half fees . , . . . , ;.,.... ...... ......... 2.15
v22, Hiram Jervis, half fees ... . . . ...... 2 90 1
U .E, Bailey, Jail.,.1... ..... 39 30
21, W. E Finley, Auditor,...'-.... i. 24.00
, Jron.W.JP. JERY1S.
Mars Hill. N. C.
March 2, 1923
Dear News-Recosd: I sin
cerely thank you for your kind
expression about me during the
last month. Whatever I have
done I hope has been in the in
terest of progress and will ulti
mately turn to the glory of God
As you state fifty two years is
a long time to stay in the school
room but when one loves the
work time passes on fleeting
wings and the sequel brings
many undying pleasures The
large number of boys and girls
who have been my students
and gone into-iisef ul Jives is a
heritage of which a man may
1 love the memories; it brings to
fm I Tn nhe Associations'
through which 1 have passed.
Of all those who entered-, the
field when I did none other to
my knowledge is 1 e f t All
along the line I loved them as I
loved no other class of men and
women., I have labored under
every county superintendent
the county ever had, here too,
my connections were pleasant
they were friends and helpers
to me in my work. Some of
ithem are gone to the great
beyond still I love their mem-.
ory, , Boards of Education, too,
have been my' friends and
standby s. When I go to Mar
shall now it is in that office I
want to rest. I am proud of
our Board and county superin
tendent and assure them I shall
not soon forget their kindness
to me. So you see my long
career as a teacher has been to.
me a field of pleasure. My
breakdown this year was my
I hope to
be proud. Then ?. I
profession, as I see it it gave me. first and if God wins
am opportunity to do a work succeed this failuro with a year
which I found in no other field, of success. God bless those
So I look back over my life I j who were my students this
conclude that nype I starting year and throughout the past,
out again I would choose the I Success to the News-Record. .
same profession, I love it, I W. P. JERVIS.
45 Edwards & Broughton, printing. . 18. 8
46 Lucinda Thomas, half fees. .... . . .......... . .. ..;..1.65
47 Naomia Thomas, half fees. .. ........ ...2.20
fees..;..;......... .:;..V.. ..29 45
25 Roy L. Gucker, Election ...
26 J;! Ballard, half fees.;,.
"27, R. L. Gudger. fees and half
- " .,. ,'. 1. T . .... .V . .... .
28 T, M. Rector, Auto hire .... :. . . ... 10 00
Sun Chandler, half fees . 2 2o
Mrs. Bernard Revis, pauper. i . ... 5 00
A. W. Wliitehurst, Bonding Officers .;. . . . . . ... . 205.00
P. V. Rector,-Jail..:;- 5 60
P. V.ReHor, Pauper Home.... 9.22
Alfred Lowrf, Jail repair. ... .11.00
35 Tilman G osnelk half fees . 2. 15
36 D. Crow, 2 days Jury Officer-. . .'. -....;'. . .... 4.00
37 OC lector Hardware Company.Bill for Jail. Home, etc.. 25. 05
38 Dr., Frank Roberta, Health Officer, ... ',, . ; .... X ...... 41.00
W. D. Rice, rebate on 1921 taxes . . . . ............. .. . . . . 6,23
J. W Myers, half fees; . . . ....... ,i. ; . 1. .. . . .. ..5.90
. . . i
. . .
J. C. Robinson, half fees ' , 2 20
A. li', Bucknery half fees ... . . .' .... . .....6.6!)
' George Pritchard, Solicitor. ; . . ... . . . , ... . . . .... . . . . ... ,27.00
R J. Slokley, Audit.-. . . ..... ... . , ...55.00
11 J. Stokely, AudiW .iT. ........... . ... 25,00
C. S. Moore, freight on coal. ... ........ i . . . 134.10
Total General County .$2328.81
Citisens Bank, Bonded Indsbtedness
Wachovia Bank & Trust Company, Bridge.
Citiaens Bank, interest, Court House.
Bank of French Broad, intere-t,7 roads
57' ContmentaF& Conunerce Bank, Bonded indebtedness..
, Road Fund .
Vouchers paid . ; : . . ...
Jonah Chandler, Comtnissioner
Baird McDevitt, Commissioner.
G. L. McKuincy, Commiss oner
W. E. Finley, Auditor.. . .... ,
Vouchers or tickets .
School Vouchers paid .......