Tlie NeWS- ReCOrd. wKECIPKOCITY - Mr. AlunWrites.
Pubiitfmd tvary Thar day by th
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J. H. WHITE, President Ic Mantfer
J. R. SWANN .. .. ..Vice-President
W. E, HNLEY, - - EDITOR.
, mix months
paid contribution. Dear Editor; Some time since
Many of the ablest leaders' of I've took much stock in politics.
the ttepubljcaii party have favor- but in reading the newspapers
ed reciprw a! ade relations with I become some interested in the
our neighboring South American Roosevelt-Taft squabble for the
countries, and with Canada on nomination for the presidency at
the north.' Roosevelt did, but the ensuing convention 'at Chica
don't tet Mr. Taft's lieutenant de- go.
"THE BAND WAGON."
Do You want to know
where you (an get
Kntwtd nj ufnJ-ttm matt maMtr Jun Ulh
1901, ml tht Pottafficiul ManHall. N. C, wtdtr
0M Act aj fngrmu oj March J, Jv.
FRIDAY, APRIL 12th, 1912
ceive you into believing that be
favored the Democratic free
trade, brand advocated by Mr.
Taft, and put through by his de
mocratic friends in. congress.
For some years I was forced to
the conclusion that Roosevelt
was a great man, and believing
him to be one of the best politi
cians in the entire country, and
The world is the same all
through In physical, moral,
spiritual. Some people are selfish
some unsocial, some sacrificing.
But what has this to do with fre products, such as would de
Mr. Roosevelt, like other leaders being endorsed by such men as
before him, only favored remov- Judge Pritchard, Col. Lusk and
ing the tariff from those things the Hon. Richmond Pearson
wlfich would not affect, or come caused all our people to concede
in competition with American Mr. Roosevelt's nomination.
industries. No one could object In addition to above endorse
to that. Neither Mr. Roosevelt, ment, Marshall and Mars Hill or
nor any other Republican leader, ganized strong Roosevelt Clubs
except Mr. Taft. ever favored consisting of 10 or 13 members
each, and in addition to all the
ohickens? Well the thought s''oy our farmers. Mr. Koose- endorsements and the clubs, such
Vassed through our mind the velt has always been a friend of men as Jack Kunnion, Fatterson
other day when we saw some- tne fanner and even advocated Reece, Lycus Sprinkle, Wilt
bodies chickens scratchine ud a commission for making farm Edge and various others came
the newly planted seed in an- ''e easier and more attractive, out squarely for Mr. Roosevelt,
other bodies flower bed that un Monday last, in Illinois, he
there was Borne thing wrong, said in a speech that he was op
posed to Taft s Canadian Reci
procity policy. No, you can't
either some one was wrong, in
raising chickens and turning
them loose, or else some other
body was wrong in having a
flower bed where chickens could
get at th;m whoever was in the
' wrong, no good resulted because
the owner tf the flower bed
we'll he or she did not swear but
..they felt it. Another jaunt down
the street and somebodies' chick
ens were in a neighbors garden
after this I had no doubts until
after Louisiana, New York and
Ohio kicked our man out of the
ring. Now Mr. Editor this is
charge Roosevelt up with being too much for our people to take,
a free trader. He is a protection
ist. Ho is a loyal Republican.
Geo. M. Piutchard.
The Danger After Qrlp
Ilea often in a run-down system. Weak
ness, nsrvousnoM, lack of apetite, en
evgy and ambition, with disordered
liver and Kidneys often follow an at
tack of this wretched disease. The
eating newly sprouted tops, and greatest need then is Electric Bitters,
the result was more swear words rne Jf'wious tonic, blood puriiier nd
or something similiar. Some
body who raised chickens should
have looked after them instead
of turning them loose to wreak
havoc with flower beds- and veg
etaoie gardens, xou may pass
to another kingdom, spiritual
and moral, and the; e are many
persons who turn loose that
which is not right to wreak hav
regulator of stomach, liver and kid
neys, thousands have proved that
they wonderfully strengthen the nerves
build up the system and restore to
health and good spirits after an attack
of Grip. If suffering, try them. Only
50 cents. Sold and perfect satisfaction
guaranteed by Redmon & Roberta Co.
it shows that they have no re
gard for the feeling of our peo
ple that's stood so loyally for
what they believe to be right,
and I ain frank to say, if some
thing is not done to appease the
feeling of our people and restore
unto them the right to dictate,
at least in part, as to who shall
be the man. I assure you Mr.
Editor that the day is coming
that Madison will learn New
York, Indiana and other North
ern states how it is to ignore
such men as above mentioned.
THOS. J. MURRAY.
A Taft enthusiast in the last
loon 0 TK 1hXst.iBB-Y?AAMA A-
vises Madison county to get a- Manflara Sanitary JUannfactanng
board the 'Band Wagon. What CO S PlflmblnjJ UOOflS.
Band Wagon? The only North American Radiator Co s Ideal
Carolina Band Wagon we know ; . Healing Plants.
of is being driven by Roosevelt. m and MsQ
state which has expressed a
choice, so far, has been over
whelmingly for Rdosevelt.
Sampson, Catawba, Pasquotank,
Davidson, Stokes, Gaston, Mitch
ell, Avery and Guilford have all
instructed for him. The last
named county has the city of LT V? RIQI"T Co
Terra Cotta, Sewer Pipe, Stove
Hoe, Chimney lining, and
harm Drain lile..
Black and Galvanized pipe and fit
tings and all kinds of numbers' rua
terlal. Try us.
Greensboro for its county seat,
and is one Of the most thickly
populated in North Carolina. It
is the home of Taft's strongest
supporter, M r . Moorehead.
Where IS Taft's band wagon?
It has never been seen or heard
to rattle In North Carolina, the
state especially singled out and
insulted by Mr. Taft. North
Carolina is now showing , her
metal and, to the satisfaction of
all, resenting the President's in
sults. Geo. M. Piutchard.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Lt us ao that numbing Job for you.
We have Sanitary Plumbers who do It
rlifht. If you do not want our Plumb
er send In your order for that bill of
material, we cau uu your order and
J. R. Rich & Co.
Almost A Miracle.
One of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man, according to W.
Flolsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., was ef
fected years ago In his brother. "He
had such a dreadful cough," he writes
that all our family thought he was
going into consumption, but he began
to use Dr. King's New Discovery, and
was completely cured by ten bottles.
Now he is sound and well and weighs
218 pounds. For many years our fami
ly has used thUt wonderful remedy ' for
Coughs. and colds with excellent re
sult." It's quick, safe, reliable and
guaranteed. Prico 50 cents and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at Redmon A Roberts
Making of hlgh-grado eyeglasses
and spectacles and grinding prescrip
tion tenses our nobby. Adjusting
them accurately to the eyes is as im
portant as making them. We are ex
perts at both.
Is examining eyes, fitting lenses for
all eye defects. It you wish your
glasses Utted by a connoisseur, come
to the optical house of
' CHARLES H..H0NESS
Manufacturing and Refracting
5lPatton Are. Opposite Tostofflce.
Ashevllle, K. C.
Geo. M. Pritchard
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
oc with reputations, character,
lives. Have people a right to 'he- Mississippi have
do this Dhvsicallv. morallv. sd. great floods that have
The great floods on the Ohio.
Missouri and other tributaries of
North Carolina, Madison County
In the Superior Court. May term 1912,
William Xorton Vs. Malissa Norton.
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
alwve has been commenced in the Sir
ituallv. We surmise the best through the levees and have
way to do is, if you want to raise wrought untoldfldamage to lands Penor adison county ror the
1 , . .. . hnH, H,n MM . I. t b ..I . , , . " - V. LU DI1IU
them in your own yard. If you from time to time these great
have something that will do oth- devastations occur and the gov
ern wromr keen ft to Yourself eminent is forced to give aid , in
and don't let it do harm to others.
Keep your chickens at home.
MADISON COUNTY BOARD
order to stop the waters. Often
times we become penny purse
and pound foolish in our endeav
or to save the money of the na
tion ana wuen tne time comes
we pay out more money to save
the damage after the damage is
We should have a local officer done, locking the barn after the
for the pushing of our county, horse is stolen,
We have no place where We can We hear of hundreds of thous-
get any information and there is ands of dollars of damage done
no Board that will take charge when thousands would have Sav-
of the town improvement among- ed all this. It behooves our le-
court dissolving the bonds of matri
mony now existing between the plain
tiff and the defendant; and the said
defendant will further take notice that
she is required to appear at the. term
of the Superior Court of said county to
be held on the 11th Monday after the
1st Monday in March, 1912, at the
court house of said county in Marshall,
N. C, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action or the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the re'
lief demanded in said complaint.
W. H. HENDERSON,
n. pd. Clerk Superior Coart.
at the people outside. We sub
scribed $600.00 to the Greater
Western North Carolina fund
and .we want to get our share of
of it. Why not organize a Board
of Trade and see if we cannot do
something. ; We had one organ
ized but when the hotel project
fall through with, it ceased to
t exist except in name. Hon. Guy
. V. Roberts last week attended
the Board meeting ab Asheville
i and came back thoroughly im
bued with the idea that we ought
to do something, but who is to
' doit, who has the authority? If
we had a Board of Trade -we
could authoritatively answer the
many communications thatcome.
The editor was secretary of the
old Board and many letters have
.''come asking about our town and
the opportunities here for work
- and places to have manufactures,
about the possibilitesof the place.
Leva get busy. '
. Roosevelt gets Illinois' 56 dele
gates by ,8 to 1 vote. The
congressional district of W B.
McKlnley, Taft's manager, goes
for Roosevelt 2 to 1; also McKin-
ley'a own ward overwhelmingly
for Rooj-evelt. ' Maine's 12 In
structed for Roosevelt.; New
York convention refused to in
struct for Taft. This all in two
daya, with more to follow. Who
Baid Band Wagon?
Mrs, J. L. Starnes, Hickory, Jv. C.,
hss in the past suffsred severely with
throat and lung trouble, and says, 'I
used Foley's Honey and Tar Tar Com
I nmd for this and it gave me immedl
f ? S-i'Sif u'tion and relief. It gives me
I ' asure to recommpnrl this prepara
t i f r sore throat, ' -xrw xoss, or
. y SiVUn ff tVe t'-r-- tor Iur,TS. I
. . f ri t" " r it." I.
gislators to think over these
matters a little once in a while.
In time of peace prepare for war.
"THE WINNING SIDE'
We have on our desk a letter
from J. J. Rice, who is agent for
the L. and N. Railroad at Brace,
Tenn. He asks that the News-
Record continue to come. He
says, "it makes interesting read
ing for a 'native' off from home,
and judging by the number of
questions it causes me to be ask-
paid contribution. ed about Marshall and Western
"Now is the time to get on the North Carolina, it makes itself
winning side," remarks a Taft popular with strangers as .well,
admirer in. The News-Record, almost forcing them: to believe
No one- can tell which', is the that that section is asortof fairv
winning side till after the Chica- hind and I am almost come to
go convention is held. Besides that conclusion myself." We are
if seriously extended, such an thankful to our friend for hi4
invitation is an insult to every words and we promise that the
republican in the county, not paper shall go on to him Now
even surpassed by those Mr. if a little boosting like that can
Taft fathered. Could a man hon- do such work for Marshall what
estly and decently bury his self would not & bureau whose ob
respect and convictions merely ject is to advertize not do
to be on the winning side? The
" . , . . . ; ' ' W. T. Gilley, a prominent dealer, in
people Of his adopted county, Pennington Gap, Va. wa. so bothered
1 hey are not characterless, band- with kidney and bladder trouble that
wagon-riding, winning side" he could not attend to business. He
jumpers, as he assumes them to "I hd severe pains in my back
be. They are honest folks, and a to gb Pt to
. . ... -www moeeu umea eacn nignt. , saw -rolev
resen insulting, proposals. We Ki(lney Pul, JLa bought
.ucaia iu. uic iwo Dotuss. ana soon leu sreat relief.
tban merely to be cn the win- and was entirely cured. No1 . longer
ning side." Such, a standard of owturbed at night, but sleep till morn-
ethics does not annpal tv: wall. 1D- . X. iiurnett, Mars Hill, N. C.
intentioned men. .
Geo. M. Pritchard. :
Call for Convention.
In compliance with the Demo
cratic plan of organization and
in conformity to the State De
mocratic Executive Committee,
I at chairman of the Madison
County Executive Committee, do
hereby call a county convention
for all Madion County Democrats
to meet in the Court House at
Marshall on May 25th, 1972, for
the purpose of selecting delegates
to the State, Congressional, ju
dicial and Senatorial Conventions
and to transact such other busi
ness as may come before it. The
Democrats of the various town
ships of the county are requested
to assemble at their respective
voting places on Saturday, May
18th 1912, in township conven
tion and elect a chairman and
appoint delegates to the county
Practice in United States
Courts and in State Courts.
- MARSHALL, It. C.
DOH'T GET EXCITED
If vou sse a Derson p-oinw down the Ktreet in a hio-
, o o - - - "--
hurry. They arc probably rushing to the bank to
deposit ,-, .: .'!;. ': ;'"
So many of late have lost their last cent by
buying grain, provisions and stocks on a margin,
or by loaning to "friends" without security, that
those who have a few dollars left arc in a hurry to
get it in a safe bank that has never lost a dollar of
its depositors' money. '
FOLLOW THE CROWDS AND
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
pay liberal interest consistent with safety;
THE BANK OF FRENCH BROAD.
The - bank - of - Good - Service
If Morrow &
MISS ROBERTA ROGERS
Public Stenogr pher
BARK OF FRENCH BROAD BUILDING
Hoars : ' 8 to 2.
Worth Carolina Madison County..
Tho. defendant above named will take
convention. The township chair- notloe that an "ction entitled as above
men thua Plnfl will mnktitnta nas been comraencea in tl.e Superior
., . court of Madison county for divorce
na vounty democratic axecu- and alimony Mid defend.nt
uve committee lor tne ensuing and the said defendant will further
two years, and will meet in Mar- take notice that he is required to ap-
shall on same day as Count? Pear at tne next trm of the Suptrior
Pn(mn nA o cou" f Madison county to be held on
ra3 lu wora house of said county in Marshall. N.C.
every .Democrat that they may land answer or demur to the complaint
Builders' & Plumbers' Supplies M
FERTILIZER - FERTILIZER
attend and take a part.
T. N. JAMES.
Chairman Co. Dem. Ex. Com.
Young.men, do you know that
Judge Massie who was killed a
lew days ago in Virginia carried
in said action, or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the court for the relief demand'
ed in said compluint.
This 26th day of March 1912.
- W. H. HENDERSON.
Clerk Superior Court.
: Having' qualified as administrator of
the estate of M. K. Hipp,, deceased,
late of Madison County, North Caro-
Marshall Vs.-Whu, School.
iKEET SPRINKLINQ. . MarshaU'a first game ot base
With a . very , little sun our ball is to be pulled off on next
streets become dusty. H o w Wednesday, April 17. The Winn
would it do to - nse our. street School will be well represented,
sprinkler some this ..summer and about students ' accompany-
besides allaying the dust, cool ing the.- visiting team , to the
them off a little. Some one sng- grounds., Why cannot our peo
gested this to the editor and. he pie support the Marshall team
passes it along. May the. seed this way. . Come out, we -will
take root and give ' us dustless, promise you a good game. We
cool streets during the b o t are practicing and getting ready
months. , V to meet our opixnents on onr
diamond ..and will be in good
Good heavy Domestic 8 cts t trim. Co. .e out and bring your
laJr frienl. -
T . n - 1 M At n a.-va I
an insurance roncy xor io.wu Hna, this is to notify all psrsos having
on his life... Just -a few days be-lcittim!l .irainst the estate of said de-
rore ne was killed he had taken oeased u, exhibit them to the undar-
out a policy for $4,000. Don't Lied at his home on the waters of
this iacf prove to ail young men Spring Croek, m- 8 Township, Madi
that they should take out a life Un nUnt.v. t w nm. n.
insurance w proviae lor wejr o., on or before the 29th day pt March
family should anythinghappn 1913 or this notice wiU be pleaded in
l1 " wv JQ8ure bar of their recovery. All persons in-
your me. 1 represens- me oesi debted to said estate will nlease - make
Company in the United States.
, - . JAMES SMART.
Four hundred acres rijfht on pike,
one-half of it in fine timber; will more
than pay for the farm; all lays level
with fine improvements. Price J13,-
000. , . fc
One hundred and thirty-acres, eigh
ty sores In grass, four-room, house,
(rood, new barn, in sight of mill,
church, and schools. Price 92,600.4
Fifty sores, half in meadow land
This the 25th day of March 1912. .
- - . Jf. H. P1UCK,
Administrator of M. E. Hipps dee'd,
, i NOTICE.
North Carolina--Madison County
In the Superior. Court.
; Vonie King, Plaintiff. -.
VS. ... ,
, Jeff KlngrDefendant '
Thev defendant -above named will
take-notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
good orchard, in sight of church and Superior Court of Madison: County to
obtain absolute divorce from, the
bonds of matrimony heretofore enter
ed into between the plaintiff and. de
fendant; and the said defendants will
further take notice that he is required
to appear at; the. term of Superior
Court of said .County to. be held, on
the llth Monday after the first - Man-
dayc In March,, towlt; On the-20th
day of May 1912,: at the court- house
of said county in Marshall, . N. C, and
answer or demur to the compluint in
said action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded
In said complaint.
This 13th day of March 1912.
, . , W. II. HENDERSON,
Uerk Superior Court.
school, store and mill and good doctors.
jtnee fi.auu. ; ,
60 aores of land with good orchard,
1 1-2 acres in fine strawberries, plenty
of timber, good four room house, in
two miles of Conoord. Price $1500. -
: 60 acres in 1 mile of Kingston Dike.
good heuse and rod barn, good mola-
wsoti. trice SUU0.V v
Any ' kind of a f irm that a man
would want; any kind of a house and
lot in Conoord or Knoxvllle that a man
would want. Call and see me, or
write me. ' , f ,; ,
1 am prepared to keep all customers
free 01 charge, and mje conveyance.
Old phone 37.
. GEOBGS CTMMIN'C
v ' Concord, Toan
I am now prepared to make the following
prices on following named Fertilizer for Cash
AMAZON HIOH GRADE, 8-33 : $2.65 Per Bag
ANCHOR BRAND, TOBACCO, &l4-2-2 2.50 "
ANCHOR BRAND, CORN, 8-2-2, - 2.25 "
MAMMOTH CORN OROWER, 10-2, 1.75 "
16 PHOSPHATE ACID; - - 1.60 "
14 " " ; - - - 1.50 "
The above prices are strictly cash and- are the best
prices I ever had. There is going to be a big demand
for Fertilizer this season, especially the above named
brands.' I will have NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER
about April 1st. I SELL HAV, COTTON SEED MEAL
AND HULLS. v
R. H. WARD
. iririririi ir
. 9 MimtMtMIM
Placing Your Money in a Bank
keeps it in circulation while yoa are not using it
When yoa deposit your money in THIS BANK
it can be used for your indirect if not direct pro- 1
fit the upbuilding of our town and vicinity, the
community in which YOU are partidarly, inter- ,
Oar constantly increasing list of depositors fur
nishes competent evidence, the very best of evi
dence, that the relations existing, between this -i
bank and its customers are mutually satisfactory
. We shall be pleased to add YOUR name to this -;
growing list. ' , 1
MARSHALL - - HOT SPRINGS
0 Designated U. S. Depository ,
Eggs For Setting
Improve your stock by Buylng,Eggs from
Pure Bred BUFF LEGHORNS
PRICE, 75c. Per 15
Also INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS
v.. , ' "THE LEGHORN OF THE DUCK FAMILY"
: V PRICE; $19 Per . v
M.-1 DAVIS -T MENDON & DAYiy STC"E
Two large mules and new Car
ver wagon for sale, , come tiad
see them. Will jtell cheap. ' Bee
G. It. Merrell at Silver's store
R. P. D. S, Marshall, N. C.
F. Shelton is still continninc-
bis cut prices on everything ex
cept goods that have been closed
One 15 II. P. Dlakeslee hori
zontal) gasoline enjrine, complete
with all fixtures. Have put In.
motor and have no use for en
pine. Will sell chran. Engine
can be seen at- J,larVll Pump
Station. J. C. :IIAI : "CY,
"' "i ' Ilajor'