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THE ONLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN MADISON COUNTY
MARSHALL, MADISON COUNTY, N. C. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 1923.
List -of Winners In County
School Contests And Prizes
Spelling Contest Floy
of Mars Hill Sohool. Prize,
in cold civen by The Bank
French Broad and $2.60 in gold
given by The Gitizens Bank
Primary Story Telling Gontest
Master Harry Jones of the Ho:
; Springs School. Prize, $5 in gold
iriven bv the Bank of French
Composition Contest Miss
Johnie Rogers fcf Mars HillSchoo
Prize $5 in cold iriven by the
Bank of French Broad.
. .Recitation Contest Miss June
Tweed of the Marshall School
Prize $5 in cold jriven. by the
Bank of French Broad, :
Declamation Contest M i 8 i
N. B. McDevitt, Jr., of Marshal
School. Prize $5 in gold given
by the 'Bank of French Broad.
Best Relief Map of the United
States Seventh Grade boys of
Mara Hill School. Prize, box of
candy given by the N. . B. Mc
Best Clay Melding. Miss
Janie Anderson of Mars Hill
School. Prize, box o f pandy
given by Shelton Tweed Co.
V Best Needle Wok. Miss Rach
el Dockery of the Walnut High
School. Prize, leather case con
taining scissors , given by the
Marshall Pharmacy. ?. v j! 5
"L,.r Tt, .jWrkThird Grade
Boys of Marfil Hflfi3cno6l. Prize
knife given by-'O.' C. Rector,
Best Booklet of School Work.
Cecil Shelton of the Marshall
School. Prize, purse given by
E. R. Tweed. s
; Best Drawing. Miss Hamlin
of California Creek School. Prize,
box of candy given by Plemmons
Grocery. " . '" ' '"
Bar Chinning by High School
Boys, i Guy White of Marshall
High School. Prize, silk sox giv
en by P. V. Rector. , . " ' .
Bar Chinning by High School
GirkvMiss Martha C, Ramsey
of Walnut High School. Prize,
hand bag given by P. V. Rector.
B a r Chinniug by. Grammar
Girls. Miss Hamlin of California
Creek. Prize, box' of handker
chiefs by Moore, Davis, Stuart
v 100 yard dash, by High School
Boys. Ashley Roberts of Walnut
High School. Prize, tie given
by G L. McKinney.
100 yard, dash,: by Grammar
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Bo.vs. 'Young of California
Creek School. Prize given by
E li. Tweed
ysrd dash, High School
Miss Rice of Walnut
Creek School, Prize, box of hand
kerchiefs given by G. jU McKin
ney. 4V':T s; ;i:;V
Running Broad Jump, ; High
Schoolboys. Green of Marshall
Hih School.- rrize Tie given by
E. R Tweed.
. Runninsr Broad Jump, Gram
Young of California J
Creek School. Prize, Fountain
- . :r
Pen given by Marshall Pharmacy
Basket Ball Distance Throw.
Miss Selwin McDevitt, of "Klar-
nhall Hiorh School. Prize. $1
given by Redmon "Grocery Com
Basket Ball Distance Throw,
Grammar Girls. Hiss Runhlon,
Marshall CnurcSes Help
Oxford, N. C , Decl 7th, '23
Rev. Joseph N. Andre,
Marshall, N. C.
Dear Brother Andre:
' In the name of the
three hundred and" seventy-six
children here I wish to express
sincere appreciation and thanks
shall, of $8 30. At this time of
giving we are reminded6f the
love and interest of our friends
in the work that is being done
here.. May God richly bless
you as you continue to work
together in the care , of His
As you know we have chil
dren from all over the state and
of every denomination. The
Baptist out number the rest,
there are about 150 "of them.
The Methodist come next in
number. We allow our children
to attend the church to which
they belong or to which their
parents belonged, going in a
body every Sunday morning to
the Oxford churches.
Our children make their
Thanksgiving donation to the
Mission Field in China. Ytu ,
might be interested to kno "
that they earn their money
gathering leaves and nuts. ?- The
girls too share in this wont.
The boys earn some hunting
and in the summer they all
pickedberries. taiheamouiit of
Grateful y and cordially yours,.
R. L. BROWN, .
Notice of Summons And War
rant of Attachment ,
In Superior Court
Cox Hat . Company and Roy L.
The defendant above named will
take notice that a summons in the
above entitled action was issued against
said defendant on the1 17th day of
ovember. 1923. by the Qerk of
Superior Court of Madison County,
'hick summons is returnable before
said QerkTon the 26th day of Decern
ber!923. The defendant will also take notice
that a warrant of attachment was is
sued by said court on the 17th day
November, 1923, for
th nm o
I $254.75 against the property of said
Ttm . . ii
defendant which warrant is returnaoie
before the said Clerk of the Superior
Court at the time and dace above
named lor the retuin ol the summons
when and where the defendant is re
quired to appear and answer or demur
the complaint or the relief dernand-
will ie granted.
This November the 19th, 1923.
22 to 215 23 d. W. A. West;
t v. C. S. C.
of Walnut Cr.eek School. Prizfl,
Btrinsr of beads, riven bv. E. R.
Tweed. ' ' -
i tJaseDau Liisiance Anrow, iiign
Lj Ted McKinney, of
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Marsnaii mgn acnooi. rnze, f i
given by Kedmon Grocery Com-
Baseball Disiance Throw Gram
mar Boys. Roberta of Marshall
School. Prize, knife riven by
Madison Hardware Company.
for the Thanksgiving offering i oner 45 per cent reduction On
from the Presbyterian, Baptist's . . ' . .
andMethodist churches in Mar-1 .regular cash, selling price. -.Vk
100-DRESSES And pOAf S400
One-Fourth OfM; - 1
)To move entire lot
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This is the- opportunity to cet that Dress or
Coat you have been wanting.
from $2.50 to $;0.0llwith
Best Wishes For A
Happy New Year.
G. L; McKINNY
Honor Roll for Little Pine
First Grade: Jack Ball,
oivde Meadows. Jerry Marshall
Redmohr Hl'zel Gofrth, Troy
Brown. Richmond Meadows,
Lester Banks, Letha Payne;
Second Grade: 011ievBrad-
burn, Lora Rector, Ida Lee Red-
. , TtT' 1 j T
mon, Geneva wnson, oames
Third Grade : W o o,d r o w
Payne. Monroe Payne, Cathe
rine Roberts, Mabel Rector.
Fourth Grade : Paul Roberts,
Grace Goforth ' f-
Fifth Grade : Gladys Mead
ows, Delia Meaqows, Bertie
Goforth. - ' '
Sixth 'Grade: Woodrow
Roberts, Nettie Brown, Ellena
The University Honored
-The University of North Car
olina has been signally honored
in being elected rvice president
of the Aseociation of Arrierican
universities. ' '
The election was at a business
meeting of the association just
held at the University, of Vir
ginia in Charlottesville, .the
officers beinu institutional. Har
vard university was chosen
president and the University of
OllCIllKaU HCUCUUjT k W 1 live
years, -: ;
Dr. Edwin Greenlaw, deai of
the graduate school, represented
the university at the meerting.
More than fifty presidents and
deans of leadirig iiniveissities
were present The univ ersity
was elected to membership in
the association last year ' ,
Dr. Greenlaw, who ita re
turned with the news; of the
election,; said today that he
hftard many commendatory
things said about the University
of North Carolina , at ' the met it
ing The delegates consider its
growth phenomenal', he said.
University News-Letter. "
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V HtuMusM.wtYs ans SLUjq
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by January 1st, I have
each item from
Merry Christmas And
? . I notice;
-"State of North Carolina
' County of jMadisoa '
fa thc BupeVior Cowl
The defendant above named will
lake notice that an action emitied
ns above has- been commenced in
the Superior Court of Madison
county and that said suit or aotion
m for divorce absolute frora the
bonds of matrimony and the said
defendant will further take notice
that he is required "to appear before
he Clerk of the Superior Court of
said county, on the 28th dy of
December, 1023, at the courthouse
of said county in. Marshal), N. C,
and answer or demur to th com
plaint in said action, or the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said complaint.
W. A. WEST
i. Clerk of the Superior Court
Thir 27flr:day of . November, 1923
11-20 to 12-22-23 p ,
The undersigned having qualified
as executors of the last will and
testament of James W. Merrell,
deceaaed, this,is Jo notify all per
I sons who are , indebted to the
estate of said Jaines W. Merrell to
come forward and jpiake settlement
with the undersigned executors, or
dim nrocecs of law will ba taken tt
pnfnrea the collection of such in
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delfttedniBi; ana an porsons bbviuh
cliis against taa estate of the
said deceased, James W. Merrill,
will file evidences of such indebted
nesii with the undersigned within
thatime rQuiredby law or the
.t.fufa e( limitations will be
nladed acaiast aush claims.
This Ith day . of November, 1923
R M. WHITT,
' ' . Executors.
11-8 to 12 15-24 pd
FOR SALE 40 aore farm on
State Hiabwav 4 miles of ' Hot
SDrinn. at a bargain, write,'
. W. J. HARRIS. Barnard, N. C.
11 29 to 12 22 23 p.
The paopla" , are moving along
nicely marketing tobacco and
miking preparation for farming
Our busy merchants are get
ting thlre nice supply of Xmas
We are pleased with our new
store of W. E. Hensley who is
turning out good sales, yet the
Id reliable firm of Coats Bros
is still handing out the same
We are begining to start our
next years work in church and
Sunday school, re-elected our
old reliable pastor, Mr. Jessie
Corn, who was with us Satur
day and Sunday and preached
two inspiring sermons, also the
Sunday school elected Mr
Vaughan Fisher, superintendent
We are praying and hoping for
a fin ye irs work for 1924.
Notice of S&le For Mechanics Lien
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will on the 14th dav
of January 1924 at the Court House
door, in the tovn of Marshall, sell
to the highest bidder for cash the
following described property to-wit:
One Ford Sedan Model 1021
Motor No. M. 4981108, said sale
will be made to satisfy mechanics
repair and material bill for supplies
furnished and work and labor done
to the amount of $90.10 together
i .1 ' ' . a ' - a FTM
witn cost oi aaveruamgeic. , idi
signed garage on July 30 1923, by
one C. S McManus, Jr."
This December 4th 1923.
Henderson Motor Company
12-14 23 to l-5-24-d.
For Sale 12 aero farm 1 mile
west of Mars Hill, N. C, on
Dixie Highway, fifteen or
twenty minutes walk from Mars
Hill College. Two room log
house., boxed kitchen, log barn,
nice smooth land, four or five
acres in nice young timber. Fine
spring close to house, Fine lit
tle truck or chicken farm. Good
large garden, apples and berries,
Part cash, balance easy terms. -
' Mars Hill. N.C.
iWe wish to announce the arrival
of bur new and up-to date line of
jewelry. You can make your sef-
lection for Christmas gifts. , We
also have a new supply of watches
and clucks that are guaranteed to
run and perform satisfactory. Any
piece of jewelry we sell must give
you the satisfactien you should ex
pect Or it will be exchanged. Our
company instruct us to make this
announcement to the public. Most
of the people of Madison are fa-
miliar with our repair work. We
will d jyour repairing on any kind I
of light machinery, guns," grapho-
.. . i 1 V . mamUm I
phones. sewing machines, anything
Call when in need of our Berrice.
JOHN LISENBEE A SON
At Same Old Stand
The' Ladies Aid Society of
Walnut Methodist church , will
have a Bazaar, Saturday, .De
cember 15th, afternoon and
evening, at the chapel of the
high school ,
Notice of Execution S&Ie
Madison County i
In the Superior Court
Hall Epps Clothing Cotripany
. - VS. .
W. T. t Tennie Henderson. ?.
By virtue of executions directed
to the undersigned from the Supe
lior Court of MadiFon Countv ui
the above entitled action, and al8.
the case of Powers fllothina?
Company vs. W. T. A Tennie Hen
derson, Daniel Briscoe Company,
vs. w. 1. & Tennie Hendersoa,
Haynes Henson Shoe Company vs.
. T. & Tennie Henderson, Stand-
d Oil Company, against W. T. A -
Tennie Henderson, A King Kaylory
o m p a.n y , agamst w. T.
an execution in a second casa
Powers Clothins - Comnan
against W. T. A . Tennie Hender
, all ot said execntions being is.
against tne deienaanl lenme
Henderson alone: And by virtue of
thfr power in me vested by a judg
ment and decree in the case of Hall
Epps Clothing Company and other
ludgment creditors against W, T.
& Tennie Henderson. Recorded in
udment Docket N at paee 99 of
the records of the ' Superior Courts
of said county I will on Monday r
the 7th day of January 1024. at 12
olclock M., at the dourt houaa door '
of said county sell to the .highest'
bidder for cash to satisfy said exe
cutions, all the right; title and in- 1
teiest which the said Tennie Hen
derson has in the following describ- '
ed real estate, or had on the 2 1st ,
, , , . ... a-
tuated in No. 12 township, Madison
County. N.C. and on Big Pin
First Trsct: n o w n as the.;
Caldwell, Cove Tract, , adjoining,
the lands of Hub Moss, Henry f
Worley, now Evan Worley, Jamet
Portner, E. L- and Reuben Cald
well, containing 144 Acres more or
less being the same land purchased
t orn theJames Caldwell, heirs.
Second Tract; Known as the'
W. T, Henderson Home place con
taining 100 acres more or less, and
adjoining the lands of E. L. Fort
ner, Claude Wild, Ceorge Wild Til--
ieiy Wild and Minzy Davis. Said'
second tract includes as a part of
it the tract purchased by Tennie
Henderson from G. W. and Stock
ley Roberts and their wives, and)
known as the G. W. Roberts Mil)
traet, also the W. M. A. Roberts
tract, which was later known as the
Wild Mill Tract, and also knqwn
as the R. G. Wild and wire E. J.
Wild land and a tract known as
the J. H. Fortner tract, and a tract v
known as the J. H. Davis tract
All of the said lands are describ
ed in a deed dated the 17th day of
September 1013, and. recorded ia
the Deed Book 28 Page 188 et-scqi ,.
December 5th 1923. ' .
; , R. R. RAMSEY, Sheriff.
of Madiscn County.
Marshall Chapter No. 35 Order
of the Eastern Star will give a
Tacky Party at the Masonic Hall
Thurshay night, December 27th,
1923, for the benefit of the Masonie ,
allU JJCWlClU OKl iiumt
bod cordiaUy invited to come. Ad-
mission. Adults and cniiaren over
12 years of age 25 cents. Under
12 years of age 10 cents.
There will be a Box Supper
at Center school house, Sat
urday night December . 15th,
also good nusic Everybody