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; We have with us this week Mr.
0. F. Falor a New Printer. He
;is a jol) artist,, can deliver the goods,
let yoiirjo" work be of home print
; Mr. Jeter Wilson, and Kenneth
.Ramsey of It F. D. 1 motored
Ashevillo Thursday, '. ' ,
i Read R N. Ramsey's, add
this if sue. ,
rjx-onenir J. j, flailey. now
with the Southern Railway in
Ashevjlle, left Saturday for
Washington. D C. where he is
detailed for special duty during
the Shriners meeting there. More
than one hundred Railway Se
cret fiervipfl mpn hsva (wen Aa.
t0i:ij iit. . . ...
uiiicu w wasmngion ior inis
occasion. Mrs. Bailey, and dau-
Notice of Sale
Will ha oh U U At.J
. - - ' buid i.u iiih I null i l inn
l n tfhter Ne e lfr MnnrfW nn th- . " "
m . , ; . wo,oi ine omce and we congrn!
Nnrinaro Snu.ial nnr1 ..rill I . ... -
.. .. w. t,.:,. r T. T iU""e "urseives mat such a man
see the iUKL) add this week the 1"- uaily. wasnmgion. has been oh t fK , u .
wonucriui advantage) you . have to The Madison Hardware Com. i
ownacar. . ,.nii u j t7-i- r ' . a
fier relative!! in Washington D. C. them and get one before the ad-
Dr. J. C T.lson was in Mat.hftll vance Price e8 ftn.
' 1 I
W. E. Finleyhas resigned as Au- uy-virtue oi the powe r in us
ditor of the Countv and Mr .1 'n vested, by an order and decree
White, has been appointed to takp matle an(l entered m the Special
chared of the office We kr'o siim Proceeding Entitled "Flossie Wallin
that Mr. White with all his exper et al gainst Noah Shclton, Kittie
ience in the finances of tho countv r"c'ton Salts Individually," and
as Guardian Fay Shelton. and oth
cr heirs at iaw of Baxter Shclton de
ceased, in the Superior Court of
Madison County, North Carolina.
before the Clerk, wo will sell for
partition among the tenants in
common the following described
Madison Hardware Company,
has Lamon Wagons.
The following left Monday on
twelve'ior the Khiine Meeting in
A certain piece.
nnrnnl r lnf Inn. I aldi.tn 1..
I he Summer Srhnnl tf thai: 11. .. r .
' - In v I " ihk anu ucmg in xno. z townsnip,
We have a nice line of Furni- County has been in session for Madison Countv. N. C. on the
ture and Iron beds. See us and two.wf eks with a smaller at- waters of Sholton Laurel, and beinir
get our prices. Madison Hard- ndance than last year.1 The that portion of the' W R. Shlton
wareCompany. culty is the ssme as last year deceased estate . laid off and set
OF : ::
with Prnf nionUAnnk:n : l I .. . .
Dr. Sams and daughter Vivian m " C ,0 1 01 . Shdton. w'dow fts
Washington Messrs Will W e s ,, motored to Flag Pond. Tenn.. U Z'Z frowc m cstate ?l w-"
Steve Robert., Mr.nd Mrs J. j. via Shelton Laurel and Sam TLr
nr;i..: .jtii n.M . II r -.!. . . I v ouivui win litnl I acres, and Ior & lull nnrt mmnftto
oauey, ana iNeiiie uauey, anapos mwiouap on may sum, 10 ai- for sir wppWs THa ,ii.;,b,J., , . , , r
sibly others. tend Memorial services at thJffoi!' J:.f a"endaQCe dcscnpt.on reference is hereby made
w-V.i. . . Samscemeterv. and vUit with VI . . .. uut ,a 10 lDe Pccial Proceeding. Kecord,
miss Auaie xNeison ana ivir. Jonn 0 . . T " . P'auieu py iqe racttnat more of mnHp in HniH nat ., m
Nelson Jr , from ' Morcanlon and w oar..parenis' ine doctor 18 the teachers come from hnnlJuToZl:: I T. ..
Mrs r m. nr, fmm M.a. verV Ju"ant oer the new road wh tfraH-ti "I" .,l-,B " V""" !u,u
iviorBunum, weuncsuay. ..m . . I...": " iiuance on me Summer ses- Marshall, at 12 o'clock M.. rr-spll
Dr. Dinwiddie of Marshall Phar hv TTniroi rntv T !!?.n.. th,se schools to the highest bidder on the follow-
.macy spcn( Monday in Asheville. says they only like -about onel I!" S6?'" ". ternw- one third down, one
We only have the Mowing mile each ha vintf the intin,' l!".1" ",e 'acoiieges th.rd in 12 months and the remain-
Machines Ipft t th- nM nr,V If nnPn Th An:n, 4k; a "UIC au.u moe ine morals ot der in two years after date, the de
w v vuwaa i uw vuvuiuk u& uiia a uau i t-t a iir. . i i.
ferred payments draw interest from
daf.e with the option to the pur
chaser to pay all the purchase price
in cash with 2 discount on defer
red payments. .
Done this 15th day of May, 1923
C. B. Mashburn
and Geo. M. Pritchard,
Home Made Harness
" Marshall, N. C.
Beginning June 11, 1923
Don't miss ihi
you want real bargains.
you need a mower this year you means much to Madison Coun-Ln
ty, as it gives us almost direct
connection with Johnson City,
Bristol and other noted points.
Mr. John Nelson, from North
ern Idaho: passed through Mar
shall some days ago enroute
had better see us quick. Madi
son Hardware Company.
Miss Nell Hinkle came home
from Normal Wednesday, We dont
juBt exactly know her plans since
Miss Mary Gudgcr, Mrs.' Will Morganton He came to Mars
Iff 1 .it i ' i I L 11 i .
jviurrow, ami ouirrs aucnaca uieinan Monaay nignt to SDend a
funeral of Mm. J. R. Swann Wed-1 few days before returning to
nesday. I Idaho. Mr. Nelson left Marshall
j iUra n v vuua Nome twenty one years atfo. and
movel to Ashevill. was hacK on a vis.tin 1016 just rr , -lLZ
latter the hiffh water. I miaht vw.,. M1
Among those who motored to add, Mr. Nelson is still young m!. 0 have not Iisted
Washington D.C. to the Shriners and good looking, and a single KSL VT be n
Wednesday the listers nf th
- wuw 1 1 UOUIAI 1.1 b lit. 1V1 ai"
'U I t ii j i . ,. ., . .-.;
siiau ana nanaea in tneir lists.
There is an increase in the num-
ber of the ones listed.
year the number was 5537.
-16 to 5-29 23
year the amount turned in was'-' ".' "j m .
5506. However this does not!' OtCL MOtOf
men who have not listed. The
; Washington D.C. to the Shriners and good looking, and a single
meeting, from Marshall were . Mr. man, hoping to possibly bring Mlsoan88eaaii-ttHm
Clarence Henderson, Mr. IrveKing him back to Marshall m- nm 0134 a11 Uxes must be ltsted by
Mr. John Lisenbce. .
Dr. Sams and his wife expect
to leave Monday by Motor for
Charlotte to attend Grand Chap
trr)f the O. E. S Dr. Sams
Sams has the honor of being
Mr. Edd Gilbert, Of Newporl
lennessee was a Marshall visitor
Tuesday.- . v(
f We have a very large Stock of
Hardware and Furniture, and
invite you to give us a trial, i It
.pleases us to please you. Madi
son Hardware Company,
Prof Fred Sams and his family
are in Mars Hill for the present.
Profeaw Sams visited Marshal
, Dr. Moore took two patients
to Asheville Tuesday to French
Broad Hospital. The Patients
were Mrs. Wade Redmon and
Rev. Hale Changer's son of
Walntt. Both patients are - do
where near to make his home.
. See us for Lamon Wagons,
, Madison Hardware Company.
- ' Mr. Jeff Nelson, Assistant
Grand Lecturre, Masonic Lodge,
for State of North N. C; from
Morganton is in Marshall for a
' few days on business.
We are sure glad to see our old
friend Big Charley Ramsey out
"N stirring around again. The News
, Record force wishes a "speedy re
cover for him. 7 J
, We ar j sure glad to see' Rev.C.
. M. Carpenter, picking up and fook
, ; ing better. Day by Day in every
i . way this good sun-shine will make
him better and better, v
' ' Mr. A. N. Woody of Spring
. Creek waa enroute through Mar
,, shall to Asheville last . Friday
with a large load of wool.
V" Mr. Jasper Ebbs Jias been in
' Marshall for several days on
Marshall. - ; " ; ,;
BIG SALE OF ARMY Har-
nesr also home made harness
Marshall, N C. few days only
Beginning June 11th 1923. Don't
rics this sale if you want real
' M. E. SAVn.
the first of July and that those
coming into the Register of
Deeds must pay $1.00 for the
listing. This is mandatory and
the Register of Deeds is held
personally responsible for the
dollar fee. Tt must fw
Sheriff R. R. Ramsey, made two TheDroDertv in th (awmk nf
good captures on Wednesday. For Madison are to h ro.nQA00H
some time word lias gone out that and commissions have been!
wnisKay could .be gotten in the named for this Duroose. This is
l.h .. I T-ilM '
Bi?; Demand For One-ton
Trucks Double Ford Sale
Commissioners Spring Branch along the lines of Narrow C.il lT"?",
Boice Harwood Company at Hartwood. Trnn wa..Mv..,i4.-j. :
, , . - i' v v icuuy 'iiu make
contrancts for the manufacture of both Pulp and Acid 'bhtfe froni
these lands, and will be glad to submit
anyone who may be interested. We have camos and ci.r, J'
the job as well as stables for vour stock. If von araii Jj:-
mg contract please communicate wit h Th rhomniv..MA
Canton, N C. or our agent J. E. Slaughter Hirlfn. : tvw :.
.1 1 ft" Tllk.
quarutytnat any one wished. In to be done before the first-of
the morning the Sheriff and depu-IJuly.
ties started out and captured first
v i n i 1 1 -r .
ueier oneiion on Jaurei. tie bad mr : ; rii.-.: tj...
whiskey hiden m the yard He was dautfhter of rnntfrMm.n wh
1. I 1 A. . A I m a W .m
seui, uses 10 town ana placed in Mrs. Lamnev. and ffrandriantfht
Dctriot Mich., May Motoriza
tion of'delivery and hauling sys
terns in the cities and through agri
-1a 1 . 1 f v 1
cultural sections wncre improveu ica
highways have greatly facilitated j S J
transportation continues to increase I ? 3
ar. a rapia pace,
One-ton trucks will lead in popu-
ilarily by a wide margin.
This is strikingly shown in the
sales of Ford trucks, the demand
for which has more than doubled
the sales of a yea. ago.
During the first four months of
jail and the Sheriff and posse went er of Mrs. Jim Gudger is visit- h!8 year' the Fo otor ComPany
I v t TITS 1 1 1i JT r f inlmaKnH nf nafai I in f hn I nifol I fa
part of the upper li K 1S- "1U Mow; M'ss i"" ... v. ....v. ,t ,
on to anotner part of the upper i ,a a:u-1 uw.' miss;-"- . " " .
. i . .. ... liiamriev nas been Rnendintf tho-H alps a tnt ot ay.avs Truck?
0nrrJT!!:.?Te Washinlsi 682 more than Were sold 'during fi
R. N. JZAMSEF'S :: S
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BeginnincE Saturday-While 1
they last With each $SM U
CASH PURCHASE one n A ,' r S3
Ladies 85.00 shoes for 75 cents.1!
With each 810.00 CASH PUR
CHASE you receive - one
of Ladies 85.00 shoes FREfe 1 "
. . .... . . VMVMf .
and a large Quanity of whiskey. I ton D, C.
The operator Floyd Bice Was taken
and a large still of 120 gallon capa
city. Liquor was hidden all around
and n th quanity .that was mar-
vclous. The Sheriff poured out the La8t weelc thft out met with
liquor. ThavesseU nar were of Judge Uiy-on in the chair. The
the capacity of thousands of 'gal docket Was not reached except that
Ions. - The men were brought to .of Monday. The cases were weari
town and placed in jail. The still 80,1,6 ant' 'ong and the questions
is aboul-the largest that has beenlwn,,e not except in one case of
captured. For some time this still Ireat moment took time. Judge
has bppn snunininnMl ' and ' fha nf I Brvson after all the testimnnv wns
Beers have been waiting only to get Jm the Ceof Worley and Rector
prooi on ine men oeiore going and "IUUICU wuiprumise ana ine sur
taking.- It means that one DrolificlTey being made this week.
source of bootleg whiskey is cut off I The ease of most importance was
and the offenders will have to suf
fer for their CRIME.
Ivy Dam Items.
the Insurance case. The case had
been heard in pne of the former
months and was carried mto the
Supreme Court and ordered re
heard. The insurance was taken
out and altho the premium was
not paid at the ttne still it was
Mr. Willie Hunter. Misa Bessie I ready. 1 The one taking out the
Roberts, Mr. Hoye Fox. Miss! policy t!ixi and the widow asked
Edna Fisher and ': Misa Zennie that the comDanv naid the ammmi
Fisher, motored by r o u t e of I The reason of the Premium not tv.
Laurel Branch to Marshall Mon ling paid was that the agent delay-
Mr. Howard Hunter has been
working for W. H. Fisher on the
pole line but has resigned Mr
Alphonsb Watkins has his place.
Mr. Bunyan Fisher has boueht
for himself a Ford roadster.
' Miss Mary Fisher is visitine
Miss OHie Woody at W est
ea to aenver tne policy. ? The supreme-court
held . that the case
should be . heard and when the
cause was put to the jury they al
lowed the amount of the policy,,
$2000,00 and interest from date of
death, 'discounting the amount of
the premium. The ease ' was Fox
Administrator V8 Volunteer Insur
ance Cmjfany of Tennessee. The
widow 'was Mrs. EnglisH Court
r' !hrr''iyr"'f"i, ' '
the same pcrion last year.
The Ford Motor Company during
the week ending Tuesday, May 15,
setup a new production record by
turning out 39,303 Cars and Trucks J
for ddmestic use, it is announced 1 1
. - - . BOH
by 1 he rord .News, ibis exceeds
by 250 the previous high weekly
record of 3'J.053 established the
weak before. .
The highest day of the last week
was May 9th when a new daily pro
duction mark of 6,615 cars and
trucks was reached.,
At River Rouge the F. idson
Tractor plant's production for the
week was 2,940. :
The Lincoln division of the com
pany produced 165 cars during the
week ending Tuesday. .
Having qualified as administra-
tor of the estate of U. N. Ednev
deceased, late of Madison County,
H.' C. this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased t6 exhibit them to
the undersigned at Asheville N. C.
Route 4 Box 31 On or before June
6th 1924 or this notice will be plea
ded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will 'please - make immediate-
payment to the undersigned.
. ; This June 6th 1923.
' , E, J EbNEy, j :
Administrator of G K' EJiiey.
When you trade heie
you pay less for Dry
Goods, Clot hinShbes1
R. N. RAMSEY
Marshall, N. C.
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News Items From
Bull Creek ,
Sunday we had a very fine ser
mon from our pastor. 5 Ke v. J. M.
Pickens. Our new house was
filled with people, many coming
from adjoining communities At
was voted to re-seat the house
in the near future. This will
completed the building program
started over a year ago. c
We are glad to note that Misses
Fay and Ada SftW of BuU Creek
have returnd home for vacation
They have been attendinin
school at the Asheville Normal.
Messrs. GrantMcDaris, George
Edwards, Tillery Buckner, Al-
bun Buckner." Bon White and
Tom Kent"nd Rosses Ora Mer
rel, Clara Vleryt' Daisy Phillips,
f nd Treva Cllver hive '! '
students of Marshall High School
for the past yean They are now
out on vacation. 4 v
Mr. Roy Capps and Mr. Wood
son Kay, both of Bull Cwek
have decided to srjend thPiV ii-:
cation working in the
the World Purity Movement. We
are very glad that we have young1
men who will devote their
and talent to so .worthy a cause.'
We know' that. - tKoJ u ... '
support of eastors and laymen
the county over. ' '
In theahqpTi(a nt ri
leader, Mr. Henry Sprinkle, Sun
day, Mr. Claxton Corn led the
class. We are trvinff ti m.u'
our singing this ; year the f best
BlGr SALE CJ1 AH' !Y jl?r.
ness a!--)-1 1 j burners
MarohalCN.'.feFeW.-Ca'ys' r": !y
KeinnmgJunellth i:zi. I t
nirl t'i r,,- !f '-r- - - .