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The Official Organ of Murphy ami
Cherokee Counts, \orth Carolina.
ITBEISHEH EVERY FRIDAY
C. VY. RAILEN
Mr^. C. W ? BaiU-v
B. W. SlI'K
Associate Kd. j
Yssociate Ed. (
Entered in the posloifice at Murphy.
Ninth Carolina. as second clas-s mail
matter under \d *?! March 3. lfl.9.
IN CHEROKEE COUNTY
One Yeal -SI. 50
Six Months *5
Four Months -??? ? .50
OUTSIDE CHEROKEE COUNTY
One Year S2.0C
Six Months ... 1.00
Four Months TO
Rev. Koht. Bell filled his regular
appointment at the Glade Baptist
church Sunday with a large crowd]
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carringer
announce the birth of a son, Charles
Mrs. Fred Blair v as tarried to the
Candler-Tidmarsh Hospital at Sylva
Saturday, where she will undergo
an opperation tor appendicitis.
We were glad to see Mr. \\. P.:
Beal and Kev. Carl Louderniilk at
The Glade for preaching services.!
Mrs. J. E. Keener and children. I
Lloyd and Kathryn Hill, returned
home Saturdav from a two week s
\isit w ith relatixes at Clyde and I
Messrs. Wayne Morris and Oscar
Griffin, of Jefferson, Ga.. spent the
w?fk-end with relatives etaoin eta
week-end with Mr. Haven Martin
M iss Kllen Farton, who has been
visiting Miss May Keener returned
to her home at Hazlewood, N. C.,
Saturday. Miss Keener and Miss
Lee Martin accompanied her home.
Kev. L. W . Hall attended confer
ence at Reid's Chapel Thursday and
Mr. John Owen of Asheville vis
ited his grandmother, Mrs. J. K. In
AT NEW BERN
NEW BERN. July 26.? New Born
firemen are making extensive plans
for the forty-first annual state1 fire
men's convention and tournament
here during the week of August 6
to he the best in the history of the
organization. Over 1500 firemen
are expected from the 12."> member
Prizes aggregating $1,500 will be
offered to the winners in the annual
truck and reel races to be held here
Thursday, Augu.-t 9. Prizes of
$1,000 in rash, a sold cup and tour
silver cups will l>e given iu the mo
tor boat races Vugust 10 and II. ,i
closing features of the convention.
Outboard motor races will be held
Friday and free-for-all boat races
will he staged Saturday on Trent
River at the Country Club. They
immU atttadoa U yoa art
i HwdMhy, Diiijr
Sold by R. S. Parker
111 Health the Greatest
Obstacle to Happiness
Columbia, S. C. ? "For several years
after 1 married 1 suffered from poor
health and weakness.
I wanted children
but was not strong
enough. My grand
me to take Dr. ,
Pierce's Favorite |
Prescription and it
soon built me up in
health and strength
ened the organs. I
am now the mother of
_ . three very healthy
children and my health is fine. When I i
feel the need of a tonic I always take the |
'Prescription.' I cannot say enough in
praise of this wonderful medicine for
weak and ailing women." ? Mrs. W. O.
Pruitt, 2024 Main St.
All dealers. Write Dr. Pierce, Presi
dent Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for
free medical advice.
Hill be held under the auspices of
the American Power Boat Associa
tion and promise to be outstanding
racing events of the south for the
year. Entries will come from a
wide territorv between Miami and
\ state lieauty queen, "Mis* North
Carolina.* will be chosen during
the ronvention from competitors se
lected by the different towns in the
state. A coronation ball will be
held Wednesday night, August 8.
The annual Firemen's ball will take
I place Thursday night at the Banner
\\ arehouse here. Two street dances
will also be gi\en during the week.
\ parade will be arranged for Wed
nesday afternoon, with floats enter
ed by many local business firms and
; civic organizations.
Lunch Wednesday at Grantham
I beach, with water sports there, a
I baseball game the same afternoon,
and fireworks that night over Neuse
| River will be additional entertain
'ment features of the convention.
Addresses during the business ses
sions Tuesday morning. Tuesday af
ternoon and W ednesday morning at
the courthouse will be made by
Sherwood Brockwell, North Caro
lina Fire Marshall: Dan C. Boney.
Insurance Commissioner; and E. C.
Shoen. of Atlanta. Supervisor of
the Atlanta Fire Underwriters Me
morial services for firemen who have
died during the year will be held
Tuesday evening by Rev. J. A. \ ache
at Christ Episcopal church.
Registration of delegates will be
iiin at 9:30 Monday morning, Au
Igyst <>. at the Gaston Hotel. Addres
ses of welcome at the opening ses
sion Tuesday morning will be made
by former Mayor Edward Clark for
the city : John H. Parker, president,
jfor the Chamber of Commerce, and
jl). L. Ward. Jr., for the local fire
men. The response will be bv Joe
|K?*sler of Salisbury. The invocation
will be asked by T. A. Green, of
j this city, first president of the State
Firemen's Association and for eleven
years its treasurer.
Present officers of the organiza
tion are as follows: \. L. Puckett
of Asheville, president: R. C. Whit
ley. of New B"m. vice-president:
John L. Miller of Concord, secre
tary: Charles S. Snihhen. of Wil
mington. Treasurer: and Charles C.
Harris of Rocky Mount. Statistician.
\t an eta -ton h.-ld in ihe Town of Mur
phy "ii the l?th day of July. 1S2S. nt which
? V-et.-..n throe ordinary : of the Town of
Murphy, towit. an or?hn:.n<i> authorizing the
issuance of t&nno.oo of bonds of the town
f- r sewer purposes. an ordinance nuihorixlnc
the issuance of J 10. AAA Art of bonds of the
t"\vn for the strwr improvement purpose*,
a ml an ordinance authorizing the Issuance of
$1A.AAA.0A of bonds ? f the town for wafer
extension purp??si's. were submitted to the
? lualified voters of the town. th?- numlter of
votes tast for ami against each ordinance
'.elnc as follows:
For ordinance authorizing $5000. OA of
: <m!s for sewer purposes. and a tax therefor.
For ordinance authorizing J1a.oaa.ao bonds
r'ur street improvement purposes. and a tax
? herefor. 199.
For ordinance *Mith-r r'.inc $10,000.00 b:.nda
? water extension purposes. and a lax
\_-ainst ??rdinnn>- ?uthorl*inu JaOAO.AA for
..vils for sewer ?. urp ses. upil a rax there
\tfain?t ordinan< ?? authorizing SI >hoi. an
i-on's i -r sir-.: improvement purposes. and
.1 tax therefor, ITS
; Against or?ltiv:n? ?> authcrizins ?1 A.crov.ao
I 1 Olios i r wat-f eU.-rpdon purpose*. and a
1t.i\ therefor. 177.
S i .1 ordinance* :;p>: each of them, provid
( :T' ????>? the l<onds are to he issued for nec
essary ext*ens,-y . and the affirmative vote of
the majority of the voters votinK .it said
election lieinc for "-.oh of sai! urdln;tn>vs:
I? is therefore. ?: la red that ea? h ?>f said
ordinances is operative.
\V. M. V.ILEAN.
c. n. ii!i.i?
J. A RICH ARDSON.
J. M. VAl'GHX.
K. ?\ MOOIiE.
R. It. FERGl"30N.
Members of Hoard.
Mr. J. M. Vaughn Introduced the following
ordinance, which was read at lenyth:
"AN UtDIXANCE AUTllROIZING THF.i
ISSUANCE OF NOT EXCEBDINO S3.ooo.ao
PONDS OF THE TOWN OF MURFHY.
NORTH CAROLINA. FOR SEWER PUR-|
P< ?SES. "
IIE .T ORDAINRO by the Mayor and
Hoard of Commissioners of the Town of Mur
phy. North Carolina, as follows:
Section 1. I*ursuant to The Municipal Fi
nance Act. as amended Ponds of The Town
of Murphy. North Carolina, are hereby au
thorized to be issued in an aggreeate amount
not exceeding S5.0A0.A0 for the purposes
Sf-'-lion The proceeds of said bonds
shall be applied solely to the extensions of
the present sewerage disposal system of the
Town of Murphy, including all necessary
connections ?nd to defray the expenses of
Section 3. A tax sufficient to pay the
principal and interest of said bonds shall be
annually levied and collected.
Section 4. A Statement of the debt of the
Town has been filed with the Clerk, and is
| op?-n for inspection.
S?ctJon 5. This ordinance shall take ef
fect thirty days after its first publication,
unless In the meantime a petition for its
submission to the voters is filed under the
Municipal Finance Act. as amended, in which
event it shall take effect when annroved by
the voters of the Town at an election. as
provided in said Act."
The foregoing ordinances were passed on
the Hth day of June. 19:."*. and were first
piillished on the 3rd day of August. lJSS.
Any action or proceedings questioning the
validity of said ordinance must be commenc
ed within thirty days af:or the'.r fl**s.t publi
Clerk Town cf Murphy.
?AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
ISSUANCE OF N4 'T EXCEEDING >1#
BONDS OF THE TOWN OF MURPHY
NOKTH CAROLINA FOll V vTER PUR
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and
Board of Commivoioner.* the Town of
Murphy. North Carolina ?? f.d<-\\>
Section No. 1. Pursuant t the Municipal
Finance Act. as* amen*!"! ' *" ?* ' tl>?* Town
f Murphy. North Car- : hereby au
thorize tcv be issues] in n igsresate princi
pal amount not ? v ee.i- ?t-- 1 ? for th?
purposes hereinafter de> 1
Section .. rhe pro... f said hond.
.-hall l> ? applied solely :? <."??? ?tru*: n or
. nstr u ting of Water I- * *. Tanks. Filter
: St titans. Pumps. Lands for
Watershed includ.mr n- - r> ?: ?? hint, lay
ing of pipe*, etc. and ma1- 1 d ? -me.! nece-?
".?ry for the completion extension of
modern water supply systrii! f- r the T' wn of
Murphy. North Car*?lir . ? nd to provige
equipment for same.
Section A tax s. ? nt to pay the
??r'ncipal and Interest ? - id bonds shall he
annually levied and colI??t?'.
S..-tion 4. A statem- the debt of the
T- vvr has been tiled w the Town Clerk,
j r " - open for publi< rw; ? ? ? n.
Section i. This or shall take ci
fe. t thirty day* after t ? first publication.
? unless in the meantinv petition for its
admission to the voters * filed under the
NTunicipal Finance Act. as am-mled, in which
| event it shall take e!f--: when approved l y
1 1 he voters of the Town .a ri election, as pro
vided in said Act."
The foregoing ordinances were passed on
the !4th day of June. l^.v and were first
:-:l'l!shed on the 3rd day of August. 11*-S.
Any action or proceedings ?iueatloning the
i\altd4ty of said ordlnan-- r:vt*t be Mmment
I'd within thirty days alter their first publi
Clerk. T?>wn of Murphy.
I Mr J. W McMillan, intr -iu ?| the follow
i ::;c ordinance, which was .?t length:
AN ORDINANCE. AUTHORIZING THE
ISSUANCE OF NOT EX CEEDINO H" "0
RoNDM OF THE ToWN < ?F MURPHY.
NORTH CAROLINA. F? dt STREET IM
PROVEMENT I'URPi ?SE>
RE IT ORDAINED l> the Mayor and
Board >f Commissioners of '( ? Totvn of Mur
phy. North Carolina, as !? '! ?s;
tion 1. Pursuant t. ? hr Munioipal Fl
nance Act. as amended P- nds of the Town
? f Murphy. North Carol na. are herei.y au
thorized to be issued in an aggregate prlncl
t I amount not exceeding J1".000.00 for the
purposes hereinafter des?ril-ed
Section 2. The prm-eedi- said bonds
shall lie applied solely to the constructing or
reconstructing within the Incorporate limits
of the Town of Murphy, of und and gravel
r. .ids. streets or highways, whether includ
ing or not including ? ontemporaneous con
structing of sidewalks. curbs, nutters or
drains, and whether including or not includ
ing grading for such surta< es.
Section 3. A tax sufficient to pay the
principal and interest of said bonds shall lie
annually levied and collected
Section 4. A statement i f the debt of the
Town has teen filed with the Town Clerk
and is open for public inst--ctlon.
Section 5 This ordinance shall take effect
thirty days after its first publication. unVss
in the meantime u petition for its submission
t.? the voters is file.i un<!? r the Municipal Fi
nance Act. as amended, in which event it
.shall take effect w'.en approved by the voters f
|.f The Town at an election, as provided in
; The foregoing ordinances were panned on
Jth.- nth day of June, and were first
: puMished <?n the 3rd. day ..! August. 192S.
I Any action or pr<- ceding* questioning the'
! validity of said ordinate- muat he com
!m.n?ed within thirty day* after their first
? pij: dicaton.
Clerk. Town ?>f Murphy.
I NOTICE oh' SALE tJS.oio.f? TOWN OF
Ml'KI'H V . N. i" SFWKII. W A TKIt AND
STREET IMPRt ? VE.UKNT BONPS.
I Sealed Miln will I? receive*! hy the Board
of Commissioners of the Town of Murphy N.
j?* :int il 1 . ...I.., k n? ? n. Augun 192$.
.at the Major's off ire in the Uhrarv It-n |?J
j !-i~ . Murphy. X. C.. for $-_'5.ftArt.nrt 1 -nds of
j sai?! Town for Street Improvement purposes.
; Sower purposes and Water Extensl. n pur
\ Th ? *a.M bonds will l?e coupon ltonds of the
| denomination of $1. ???"'.<"> eaeh: will lie dated
August 1. 192S and will mature as follows:
i $1. noo.no , n the first d?,y of August in
each year 19~o to 1934. Inclusive;
Principal and Interest will l?e payable at
the Hanover Xatlonal Rank of New York
City sn gold coin of the 1'nited States of the
kIiiihIhM weight and fineness
Bonds are Issued under authority of the
Municipal Finance Art ?'f North Carolina as
, Bonds will bear interest at the rate not to
exceed 6 per cent per annum and will
b# awarded to the highest and l?e*t bidder,
at nut less than par and accrued interest,
and the amount of premium and the
rate of interest will determine the award.
Bidders are invited to name ?he rate of in
terest which the bonds are tn l*?ar
T*e successful bidder : ? ??'o bonds
printed l>ear the expense of prlntnc and fur
nish the legal opinion, a copy of which bonds
| I'NITEI) STATES OF AMERHA
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
TOWN' OF MURPHY
. - B-nd
i The of in . .
: County. North Car.'llna, hereby acknowledges
1 Itself Indebted. and for value received hereby
I promise to pay bearer, or if this bond be
, registered to the registered owner hereof.
?be . . day of - - 192. . .
with interest thereon at the rate of .... per
centum ikt annum, payable semiannually
on the .. day of and.. of each
jear upon presentation and surrender of the
annexed coupons as they fall due Both
principal and interest of this Itond are payable
jin gold coin of the I'nlted States of the pres
lent standard of weight and fineness at the
I in the
I City of New York. For the prompt payment
hereof. l?oth principal and interest as the
same shall fall due, the full faith. credit
and resources of said .. .... cf
are hereby irrevocably pledged.
This l?on>l Is issued to the Municipal Fi
nance Act of North Carolina and by resolu
tion of the . . of said ......
and it is hereby certified that every require
ment of the constitution or laws of North
Carolina relating to the Issue hereof has l?een
duly complied with, and that this bond is
within every debt and other limit prescribed
by the said constitution or laws or by the
IN WITNESS WHERRop
ha" r?u*e,i this k
signed by it* Mayor and Clerk ,7* '? b
porate seal to be hereto afrixed ,u <*
terest coupon hereto alta. h^j *./* *** k.
w:th th* fascimlle alKnature ?r .w ?'?*?
Clerk, dated U* *7
OX REVERSE OF BONDS
NOTICE: No writing shall b? ma?l?
save by the Treasurer or^!
other bond renistrar as may be atn>..intbj! Z
the Kovernnjs body of the - of..
This bond may be registered as to pri^L
in the Bond Register of the of.
notation of such registry to t.? m.llJe
by the ???? Treasurer, or by2
other bond Register a.* may h?>reaft*r U ^7
pointed for thnt I-urpo? by ,h?.
body, and as may l?e provided hy \iv /J
may thereafter 1* transferred c.n wh' J*
inter by the rcBistered owner in person or w
attorney upon presentation t.> the *
Istrar accompanied by delivery of a *nft.
transfer, in a form approved by the jw
Regstrar and executed by the registered ^
er. Such transfer may be to ?>?ar*r.
which this bond shall anain be *ubj?et
successive registration and transfers u
above provided Notwithstanding the r?^
t ration of this bond, the coupon will rttva
payable to the bearer.
Date of Registry
(( Form of Coupon)
on the .... day of . . .. 1S
ths of North Cj rot ai|
will pay to bearer at the .
in the City of New York tHillai
in gold coins of the I'nited States, of
pre-eent standard of weight ami fine:*** t?
ini: six months interest then due m Hi . .
Fond dated .... . 19"$. and nonueti
Town of Murphy.
Bids must be on forms which will fc>.
nlsh<-d by the Town of Murphy and ma* t?
enclosed In an envelope marked "l'rop?ii
for Bonds. ** addressed to the underact
and must contain a cert I fed check upon u
incorporate'! bank or trust company fur IVH
payable to the order of the undersigns!, u
secure said Town against any loss rrahiot
'from the failure of the bidder to eornrfr
with the terms of his bid. No bids c:?te
par and Interest will be received. The njit
to reject any and all bids is reserved.
Treasurer Town of Murrfiy
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