T: l6cal AND PERSONAL :: I
See Morrow & McLendon a
M. L. Church was In Asheville
Miss Sue BucUner was a visitor
here last week.
Paul V. Rector was "in Ashe
ville last week.
v Easter was not very good for
bonnets and hats.
Shelton sells same goods cheap
er than others do.
Miss Vaughty Murray was in
town last Monday.
Extra heavv overalls for men
75 cehts, at Bheltons.
Mils Missouri , Cole visited
Marshall last Thursday. .
R. H. Ward has been indis
posed this last few days.
Many of the scholars away are
home for Easteg holidays.
Miss Mckean ana Aim lunei
West were in town last week.
Miss Hughes of Leicester, is
visiting Miss Roberta Rogers.
Rob Reud of Hickory was vis
iting his mother over Sunday;
I want to sell you goods and
will save you money. F. Shel
ton. Those who have had the small
pox are out and seem as well as
Miss Rankin of Montreal, Can
ada, visited last week at Little
Quarterly communion washeld
last Sunday at the Presbyterian
Miss Nannie Ward was in Ashe
vale Monday fo the Nordics
With the warm days promised
ns, every one is getting busy on
Robert Roberts of Laurel Fork
returned from the farm school
Miss Nevada Ward spent Sun
day with Miss Vaughty Murray
on Route 5.
Jack Runnion has retired from
the hotel and is traveling for J.
J. Redmon. : .
f Messrs. T. N. . James and N.
B. Tweed were iin Asheville
Wednesday.' , '' : I'-
C. A. Henderson has bright
new hay foe sale- at, the Dry
See MoftKOW & McLendon
Troy Ramsey returned home
after seven months attendance
on our schools. -
' When will our base ball club
get busy? We ought to have
some games soon, .
Mrs. Clara Ramsey went to
Asheville last Friday expecting
to remain a week.
W. A. West went to Mt. Olive,
Miss., ivsfinursaay on a visit
to Rev. Zeno Wall.
Thera was a. hantisincr at Lau
rel Fork last Sunday. , Four per
, sons were baptised.
You can buy a," good . suit of
clothes at just a little more than
half price at Shelton's. -v
Fagao & Franklin havemoved
their restaurant to the new
building,at the' depot.
We -ought to have a large lib
rary here if we could only get
it. How will we do it. "
' Several houses have been im
proved jately with a coat of paint
and interior decorations.. -
o Misses Ida and Jessia- Tipton
, of Kalamazoo, were in Asheville
Monday to hear Nordica. -
J. R. Swann- came- home Fri
day to spend Easter, and took
tb- road again on Monday. ':
f: The Misses Wells who' are
spending the spring in-Marshall
passed Easter in Asheville.:
Wm. Worley jr., returned a
short time ago from near Raleigh
where he has been teaching. '
The merchants ire busy, with
their spring seed selling." Quite
a large amount has been sold.
Madison county has about 500.
000 acres and not 2,000- acres .in
orchards", why not plant more,.
See the prizes offered for the
school commencement, and then
ojne out and hear the contests.
Miss Ida Tipton spent a duy
lust week in Marshall.
Mrs. John Hood of Knoxville,
came Friday on a visit to her
daughter. Miss Mary Emma
Misses Lucy and Annie May
Rhinehart of Asheville, are visit
ing relatives on Route 5 this
Mrs. W, E. Finley went to
Asheville Tuesday to attend
Presbytery and Ladies Presby
terial. Mrs. W. H. and Miss Nannie
Runnion were in Asheville last
Wednesday attending the Pres
bytery. Quite a number of Marshall
people attended the Nordica con
cert at Asheville on last Monday
The hillsides are reverberating
with eloquence and the girls and
boys are getting ready for their
Presbytery of French Broad
met in Asheville this week.
Quite a nnmber of Marshall peo
Miss Lucy Wilkie, a student at
Borland Institute, Hot Springs,
spent Easter with Rev. and Mrs.
E. P. Stabler.
An article from Spring Creek
in memory of Mrs. Myrtle Gor
mon was left out this week for
lack of space.
John Jarrett and wife were in
Asheville last Friday. Mr. Jar
rett is having quite a lot of trou
ble with his eyes.
Strangers in our midst are
most welcome at every one of
the churches. Make one of the
churches your home,
Guy V. Roberts was in Ashe
ville last Thursday attending
the Greater Western North Caro
lina directors meeting.
The adepts of tennis have
started the court and you can
hear the twang of the racket and
love all is the watch-word.
Mrs. J. H. White entertained
her class in Sunday school last
Monday with on egg hunt. Quite
an enjoyable time was had.
Have you tried cleaning up
this spring? It is time to clean
up the- garbage so as to avoid an
epidemic later in the summer.
Miss Carol Runnion closed her
school near Raleigh week before
last and is home for the summer.
Look out for the announce
ment of teachers institute for
this summer. It will come soon.
Henry Shorlin who has gone
to Asheville several times for
operations on his cancer has re
turned no better for the treat
ment. School in Marshall closes next
Friday, April 19th. Then th
house will be closed and ' the
children will go their ways for a
College boys and girls will be
coming back to us soon and the
town will have the benefit of all
they have learned or unlearned
S. T. Payne who has been lo
cated at Probst; Tenn., for some
time was in town Monday and
had his paper ; changed ; to Bar
nard, N. C
The question for depate this
year will be resolved that North
Carolina should make a law pro
hibiting child- labor- under 14
years of age.-
Miss Elizabeth Penrose and
Mrs. Hood went to Asheville on
Wednesday remaining', until
Thursday attending the Presby
tery and seeing Biltmore.
Ted Finley 1 entertained last
Monday ' in honor of his ninth
bkthday.. Quite' a number of
little- folks enjoyed 'an Easter
hunt and played frotriS to 5. ;
Will' McNew, .whb-made so
many friend : here last summer
and who has been . l eaching at
Elmodel, Ga.,' this year; has acf
cepted a place In the' Stanley
McCormick school at; Burnsville
and will teach' there next year. ,
The summer 6chool': at Knox-
ville begins on June 21st.' This
is; an excellent place . for our
teachers to go for - a .. summer
course. ,: The best of. teachers
from all over the country are
there. We know of one school
which required all its teachers
to take a course' there and it
pays both teacher and school.
County Treasurer C. F. Run
nion desires to say that his an
ual report will be published in
The News-Record as soon as We
can finish the Commissioners re
port now being published.
. For Sale.
One 8 horse power gasoline
engine, together with It) inch
Queen of the South com mill,
Frence buhr. All complete for
grinding. See or write ine.
J. II. WHITE.
In the death of Gov. 'Aycock,
North Carolina lost its most
popular orator, one of the great
est educators ever reared in the
state and one who has been an
honor to the state. He died at
his post of duty, speaking at a
great educational rally.
Puts End to Bad Habit.
Things never look brig-lit toonewith
"the blues." Ten to one the trouble is
a sluggish liver, Ailing thesystom with
bilious poison, that Dr. King's New
Life Pills would expul. Try them. Let
the joy of bettor feelings end "the
blues." Best for stomach, liver and
kidneys. 25 cents at Red mon & Huberts
The annual addiess for the
Marshall school will be deliver
ed by E. P. Childs of Asheville.
The speaker is a good one and
everyone will bo repaid that
comes out. We hope there will
be a-large attendance and that
the commencement season will
House and lot, known as G.
W. Sams house, situated just
opposit Presbyterian church. If
yon fail to see me you will miss
the best trade of your life.
J. H. WHITE.
Cleared of the charges against
me, I am now ready to do all
kinds of repairing and work on
watches, jewelery, etc. Bring
me your work and it will receive
prompt attention, and I promise
you satisfaction JOHN LISEN
BEE. FOR SALE.
Berkshire-Poland China shoats.
Will weigh 75 pounds. Price
reasonable. ALLEN AMMONS,
Pump, N. C.
PRISES FOR CONTESTS, j
Through the generosity of two
of the young men of the town
medals for the contests at the
end of the school.term have been
' Dr. R. H. Triplett has offered
the medal for the girls recitation
contest and Dr. C. N. Sprinkle
offers the medal for the boys de
clamation contest. We wish to
congratulate these progressive
citizens for their interest in our
It Looks Llke-A Crime
to soperate a boy from a box of Buck
Ion's Arnicr Salve. His pimples, boils,
scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises
demand it, and its quick relief for
burns, scalds, or cuts is his right. Keep
it handy for boys, also, girls. Ileitis
every thing healabta and does it quick.
Unequaled for piles. Only 2o cents at
Redmon & Roberts Co. . "V
One 2 . horsev powor gasoline
engine, two 15 horse power gast
oline engines, one 20 horse pow
er steam engine? The gasoline
engines above referred to are as
good as uew. Have not been
used more than one year'..; Will
sell at a great . reduced price
write me or come and see them.
, J. II. WHITE.
ROOT & KERR TIME IS HERE
We -want large quantities of the
fallowing: Puccoon root, Mayapple
root, Angelica root,- Mark Haw
bark of root,. Sassafras baric of root,
bright rough off, Whit Sarsaparilla
root, Poke root sliced dry,. WiUow
bloom. or tags, Wild Cherry bark
thin young green skin,. Wild Cher
ry bark thick rough onV Elder
Flowers or bloom bright color, Star
Root, Star Grass, etc.,., all prime
dry. Write for complete price list
add get early start. . - .. .
P. W. Lowe & Son
'K Leading Root an t Herb Dealers
: ' ' ASHEVILLE, N. C.
R. G. Collins. Postmaster at Bnrai
gat, N. J., advises his friends "I find
your Foley' Honey and Tar Compound i
the best remedy for a cough lever!
tried; I iiad a, lugrippe cough that j
left me completely exhausted, but af-
ter taking half a bottle of Foley's Hon- j
ev and Tar Compound, the couching?
spells ceased.' I wish to sav It can't
bebeaw" I. E. Burnett, Mars llill,
N. C. - - .-
" Fott KlCOWTKK of Dkrds.
"Mare Hill, X. C, Mar. 20 1012
To the ttepuuik'an Voters of Madison
I lion-by announce myself a candi
date for tliwomceof Register of Deeds
of Madison County, subject however
to the Republican nominating or
Primary Convention. If nominated
and eUx'ind 1 will do my utmost to
give out Ire sat hilar t Ion to every Indi
vidual In Urn county. I have been a
Ufa long Hi-publlcan, having lnhtritod
It from my fat in r, J. li. Sprinkle,
who was tin old 1'ederal Soldier in the
Thanking you In udvauro for your
support In thlb context, I beg to re
main, Yours to Servo
Z. G. SPRINKLE.
Fort County Thijasitbeb
To tye voter of Madison county.
I take this opportunity to announce
my candidacy for the Republican nom
ination, 'subject to tlio convention or
primary, for the ollleo of County
I was appointed by the County Com
missioner us County Treasurer owing
to a vacancy caudcd by l lie death of
Van H. Davis. The Comity Commis
sioners and myself agreed that Mrs.
Davis and children should have, tiio
emmolument of the ollleo less the act
ual expenses, and I have placed to her
credit In the bank 830.00 each month
out of a total of $02.50, this being the
salar'y of the office. As to how well I
have run the ollice Is a question for
the people whom 1 havo served to say,
but I feel that I should merit some
consideration for serving two years
C. F. RUNNION.
Fob Uegistku of Dkkd.
To the Republicaa voters of Madison
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Register of Deeds.
Subject to the action of the Republi
can party. Very Respectfuly
A. T. CHANDLEV.
Foil Rkgister of Dkkd
I am a candidate again for the
office of Register of Deeds, sub
ject of course to the Republican
primary or nominating conven
tion. I want to thank my many
friends in the county for their
past favors in supporting me by
their loyal work and votes. I
assure one and all that I highly
appreciate what they have done
for me in the past, and I have
tried in an humble way to con
duct ray office in the very best
way I knew how, to accomodate
all parties, and I leave it to the
people and voters to say wheth
er I have suited them and am
willing to abide by the decision
of the county primary or con
vention. Should the voters of
my party think it best to nomi
nate and elect me again to fill
the Registers office another two
years, I will endeavor to fill the
office as best I know how as I
have done in the past. Again
I sincerely thank my many
friends for past favors and
courtesies. As I am not allowed
any salary for clerk hire it will
be impossible for me to get a
round over the county to see the
people as I will have to attend
to the duties of my office.
I remain, the obedient servant
of the people. '
; Fok County Commissioner.
To the Republican voters of Madison
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for the. nomination to the office of
County Commissioner for Madison
county, subject to the action-of : the
Marshall, N. C, R. 3, No. 3 Township.
y Fob Sheriff. . y
1 tako this oportunily to announce
to the Republican voters of , Madison
county that I am a candidate for ro
nomipation for the oflioe of Sheriff of
Madison county. I sincerely desire to
thank the people for the hearty sup
port they gave me in the last; election
and for the aid and assistance they
have given me in the discharge of vmy
offleiiil duties as sheriff up to the pres
eut lime, and if I am nominated, and
elected to the second term 1 will en
deavor to discharge the duties of the
office to the best interest of the people..
Not only thanking the Republicans of
old Madison for what they did-for.' ine
in last election but wish to thank them
In advance for what. I feel they will
do for me in the coming convention.
W. M. BUCKNER.
V V' ;"'v 1 " . -. y
Fine Seed Oats for sale. Also
Plymouth Iiock Cockerels.
Marshall, N. C. K. 2.
$100 Reward, $100.
TV rdrfl of tfiu laprr win b vlrwl to ham
Hat fthera la ml tflaM m dnftdtd OMaaat mat adenefl
haa bees abla to cure to all lla ittm an4 tbat al
CataTrfb Hall Catarrh Cure I tte only poalUre
aura do known to loo aMuloal fraternity. Oaurrk
bnlnf a eonatltutionat dlanaao, roqulree a oonlUtta.
ttonal treatment. Hall catarrh Core at taaaa In
ternal! r. actio atmctljr upon tho blood and muMtal
otirfaot oi too ytn, thwebT destroying th
lou-ultlon Of tho dlanta. and Klvtn tho pattnrt
atreocth by building urn tho coatlttM!on and aaalaa.
bit bmuto In doing I to work. Tha proprietor! bavi
an mueh faith hi Itl euratlvo power that ther oflaff
One Hundred tvillara tor any oaaa that M ialla a
aure. Send lor lut or testimonials.
Addraaa F. J. CHFN bY CO- Tbledo. O.
old by H Pruesrtsia, TBo. - .
lJw-Hu aiuui fills 1st caatlpaOstv ,
MADISON COUNTY'S EMPORIUM, it's largest retail establishment, announces to its many
friends and patrons the arrival of the largest and best assorted lines of SPRING GOODS
ever before displayed in Hot Springs. .
Just Three fVBore Weeks Until Easter
Three weeks are enough, but not a day to? soon to begin looking about for your SPRING
SUITS and FURNISHINGS. The easiest way to make your selections is to visit this store
and view the beautiful new things, and enjoy the satisfaction you are bound to feel in
their fresh chrm.
2009 pairs of men's, ladies' and children's PUMPS and OXFORDS, made by .such well
known manufacturers as W. L. Douglas, Thomas C. Plant and H. C. Godman. All the
latest styles & shapes, including SUEDES & WtflTE OXFORDS for both ladies & children.
Clothing and Notions
Big line of popular priced clothing for men and boys, manufactured
by Michaels-Sterns & Co.,' Rochester, N. Y. vVe can fit and please you
in all styles, colors and prices.
Shirts, Collars, Ties, Underwear, Notions, Dry Goods; all kinds of
DRESS GOODS from the cheapest prints to the very best SILKS.
We carry at all times a complete line of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, Hard
ware, Grain, Hay and Feed!
When in Hot Springs we trust you will honor us with a visit' and take a look
at what we have to offer.
THE HOT SPRIGS SUPPLY COMPANY
NOTICE OF SALE.
North Carollnr, Madison County,
In the Superior Court. Before tho
Glen Wild, Administrator of Thos.
Wild, deceased. Vs.
Marv Wild, widow of Thomas Wiid,
'deceased, Verie Wild, Fred Wild,
Max Wild, Dwifrht Wild and Ulen
Wild, individually', heira at law of
Thomas Wild, deceased.
Undor and by virtue or an order of
the Superior Court of Madison Coun
ty, made in the special proceeding en
titled as above, the same being num
ber 3;i0 www the special proceeding
docket of said court, tho tiudersigned
commissioner, will on the 15, day of
AdHI. 1912. at 11 oclock a. in., at the
court house door In Marshall, North
Carolina, offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash that certain tract ox
land lying and being in No. 1 town
ship, Madison County, North Caro
line bounded and more particularly
aescriDea as ioiiows, to-wit;
Beginning at a double Chestnut at
tnrir nf hrnnp.h nnri rnnn tin and with
main branch and lines of lot number
6, North 80 East 12 poles to a stake;
t hen Jiast 21 poles to a siaKe; men
xt.ivHi us T.9 Vast S tinlps to a stake:
then North 47 1-2 East 18 polps to a
stake at iorK oi orancn tnen jiin m n
East poles to J. E. Fox's corner,
then witli Ills line North West. 12
poles to a Locust then North 25 East
4 1-2 poles to a Locust then North 0
East 24 poles to a stake corner of lot
number 15 then with line of same
North 84 West 44 poles to a stake in
the branch then down and with tho
branch and lines of lot number 1"
South 14 West 24 poles to a-ltake then
Sotrtk-3. .West 48 poles to tho begin
ning contaihhmby calculation llrteen
acres more or less, v
This 11 day of Marcn, 1012.
Dr. J. T. R. Neal, Prop. Riverside
Drug Co., Greenville, S. C, writes re
cently, "I have-been a practicing phy
sician and druggist for over 35 years
and have sold and administered many
kidney medicines but nono 10 equal
Foley Kidney Pills. They are superior
to anv I ever used, and give the quick
est and most permanent relief." I E.
Burnett, Mars Hill, N. C. . .
By virtue of the power vested In me
by an order and doiree of the Superior
Court in a Special Proceeding before
the Clerk and entitled Sarah Cassa-la
and other heirs at law of Daniel Free
man, deceased, Vs. Malinda Leak and
husband Thad Leak, Ann Gregory and
husband Willis Gregory and other
heirs at law of, Daniel Freeman, de
ceased, I will on Monday the - 6th day
of May 1912, at 12 o'clock, rtl. at the
Court House door in tho town of Mar
shall, Madison county, N. C, sell to
the highest bidder for cash for parti
tion among the tenants in common the
following, described real estate to-wit:
Consisting of two tracts, both situat
ed in JVo. 7 township, the .first adjoin
ing the lands of James Hensley, J im
Wilson, Sarah Wright and others, con
taining about 31 acres more or less, and
second tract adjoining the lands of A.
J. Roberts, Bud Roberts and others,
containing about 10 acres more or less.
. Ths the 3rd day of April 1912.
J. H. WHITE.
' HA rtnt rlriicr fllnntf vit.h & kidnPV fill
ment that saps your strength ca'iises
terrible backaches, sleeplessness, ner
vousness, and loss of apetito. Take
Foley Kidney Pills. They quickly
cure all kidney and bladder ailments.
I. K. Burnett, Mars Hill, N. C .t
Is It Your Fault?
A great rnany people suffer from their teeth. Many of
them could find relief if they would let us put their teeth
in good condition. ! 1
I do my work so carefully as to reduce the pain to a
minimum I do it so intelligently as to insure perfect
. BURKS, d. D. s;
, ' i . . , .4 e'-'
IN MARSHALL 1st MONDAY OF EACH MONTH FOR ONE. WEEK
OYER REDMON & ROBERTS DRUG. STORE
at Art LIS
.... e. .- a f.-SI
NITfiOGfN . . '--iMm
' EOlIW TO AMMONIA J i
To the Voters of Madison coonty;
Don't forgetlho fact that un
less yourpoll tax ia paid on or
before May 1st.' you will be dis
franchised and' cannot vote In
the coming election
All Republicans are arjed to
pay their poll tax at once.
G. L. McKlNNEY;
Sec. Repub. Ex. Com.
: Now is the time to do 'your
spring painting. 'Try LUCAS
and be satisfied. MORROW &
CARVER WAGONS !
J.. I. NISSEN WAGONS
THORNMLL WAGONS ;
OLD HICKORY WAGONS j ;
COLE a WHITE j': ' '
Marshall, N. C. !
Money in Potatoes?
V 1 .t Look at tha nrka the ara
Vw , Ual Look at ths prica they ara i.
ies you bet! BOand sg what n
potatoes will bring in Jum and July,
Be the Early Bird and -.
Catch the Worm!
To grow them quickly, nice, clean, big. ones,
not scabby like stable manure makes them, use 4 sacks'
to the acre in planting row, of our High Orwtav
e-4-4 or S-.'.J Vegetable Special l-ertlllzer. . .
Keep them clean and well worked and you wui ge f
Many Barrels of Potatoe '
and a Barrel of Money. ' r;
We -will ship you on sack or mofo
Write for prices if your ossrehant won't supply ; '
yon. - Send for our booklet. ? .
AoHc.VlL.Lx. rAlrUINU JJ
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
frTSSai It wM per rom to ImM 2ff ,
. on bmviar cur gaodt. 5iv
' Dim J. Boyee, Fanyille, ' Va., is 6
glad he escaped onsumption and re
gained hi health, that he writes about
it toe the benefit of other. "I had a ,
cough whioh hung on for two year
when.I began; Using Foley ' Honey and ,
X&r Compound. ( kept On until the
cough finally left me and 1 gained la
weight from 113 to 195 pounds. In two
yars I have grown strong and healthy
all from tho use of Foley' ' Honey and.
Tar Compund. whioh ftured iae." I. E.
Burnett, Mars Hill, N. C.
Sheltonias a large lot of new
clothing which hq bought at h
bout 60 cents on the (lo!!ru-, :
you can buy any of t'jc: i t ' -saaae