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Pailv argument of R. F. \\ illiam
TO THE PUBLIC
ft on -Members Allowed To Play at
2>c Round or 50c Per Day ?
Caddies To lie Registered
\l a moeling of ihe directors of
tlie Conahecta Country Clu!> last
week. action was passed upon clos
in*r tlie vnlf links of tlie club to the
public a- to free playing. However,
those who wish to play can do so 1>\
paying a green fee of 25c each time
around 50c pe# day*
I lie following communication'
wa* H*nt to the members of the cluli
by Dr. l-.dw. K. Adams, acting secre
tarv. lololwing the director's meet-i
De:ir fellow Member:
Tlii- is to nform you that the Di
!i of the Conaheeta Country
Club, at a special called meeting on
the evening ..f August 10, 1928, af
ter due deliberation and considera
tion ol the facts presented to them,
took lis." following action.
On and after August 13, 19% I
our rules, as set forth in our by-laws
and constitution, go into effect, in
r' to non-members paying a
greens fee. There will be on tlie
grounds one who knows each mem*
her in rood standing. Soon admis
sion cards will be issuesd to t he
menihpr?. Al! non-members will
pay twentv-five cents greens fee
" >r ne time around, or fifty cents
a ?fov. Anv member can take a
guest with him. but for that guest
the grcotm foe must be paid.
Jn addition, with respect to the
caadies. They are to be registered.
Caddies caddying for members will
tnm in all balls found to the care
taker. or will give them to the mem
10r ^,rv are caddving for. and will
only one dime for th* ball.
done to discourage dishon
r-t\. which is becoming prevalent
among them. Members are a^lced
report all caddies breaking these
and thev will l>e ruled off ?be
eo?r^ Members are asked also
not irive caddies more than one
top for ball found, and o not pav
7r; an twenty-five cents for cad
dv f or.
Please give what assistance you
can in seeing that these rules are
scoring on the 'ocal course
?0 !jp and down. wi*h
" '^om'er. the champion of the
rC'lr j* lowonni hi<* record.
ne qav thi? week Mr. Hoover made
I, in 45 strokes, or threo
^ than his former record.
^ nf> of thece strokes is said to have
I n ?n a 1?** ball, or it would have
?^n m .44.
J oimtr Harris Has Course
r ano*her bit of evidence that
wrr has come to this section of
tnountains to stay, the college
. '"'v and citizen*; of Young Har
?r " 'n - ^ave built a course and
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'oim if ?Tis,#.t'ie po^ has
1em i\ J1 field for his deep and
titer over there.
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Ml'KPHY. NOHTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY. AlV.l ST 17. 1
Con si..-*! I'l l! 1KAR
A. & P. STORE
Popular Chain Grocery Opened This
If eel: In AV/c Adams Building ?
The latest acquisition for Mur
phy is one of the popular , A. k P.
| Stores, of tin* chain organization of
I the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea
Company, which was opened in the
new \<lams building this week.
Mr. F. G. W alker. assistant super
intendent of the Western district of
;!he two Carolinas. spent the greater
j part <?f the week here helping Mr. T.
S. F.nsley. of Clvde. with the open
ing. and in setting started off. Mr.
F.nsley will he manager of the Mur
oh\ store, and will move his family
In connection with tli'e opening
of the new store. Mr. Fnsley stated
that it was their purpose to give the
people of Murph\ and vieinitv the
highest standard of A. \ P. quality,
service and prices, for as the motto
of the great organization states it i
the place "where economy rules."
The public is cordial I v invited to
eall and inspect the new Murph\
store. Mr. F.nsley stated. See their
advertisement on another page of
The Murnhv Raker\ and Cafe, of
which Mr. L. M. Cearley is proprie
tor. expects to get moved into its
new headquarters in the Adams
building the first or middle of next
week. Mr. Cearlev stated Thursday.
The formal opening of the building
is expected to take place next Satur
Pendley and Hyatt
Attend Firemen's Meet
Messrs. Sid Pendley. chief of llie
Murphy Fire Department, and R. II.
Hyatt. Jr.. meml>er of Murphy's fire
fighting squad, attended the state,
convention of firemen at New Bern I
the latter part of last week, where j
they had one of the biggest times of |
their lives, according to the tales!
they have been telling since their re
And judging by the newspaper
account they have not been exagger
ating it one iota. The paper is a
special firemen's edition of the New'
While there they witness the set- 1
ting on fire of a large excavation
filled with gasoline, and after it had
reached such a blaze that one would
almost scorch within fifty yards, a
new kind of chemical was used to
smother it out, they said in less than
five minutes. All kinds of fire and
fire fighting apparatus were used in
demonstrations, and Mr. Pendley
and Mr. Hyatt came back to Murphy
with a better knowledge of fire fight
ing and the methods used by mod
ern fire fighters.
While away they visited Beaufort,
at the other end of No. 10, and Wil
mington and Wrightsville Beach on
the most southern part of North Car
olina's coast, besides many towns
and cities enroute.
Dr. Holt To Go To
Hayesville Next Week
Dr. E. L. Holt, one of Murphy's
popular and enterprising dentists,
announces that he will open an of
fice in Hayesville next Tuesday,
August 21st. and will be away from
the Murphv office on each and
every Tuesday thereafter.
Dr. Holt is opening an office in
Hayesville one day each week for
the benefit and convenience of his
manv Clav County patrons, he stat
ed. in order to save them the long
trip to Murphy in order to have their
dental work done.
TO PREACH IN REVIVAL
Rev. !\. C. Campbell, pastor of the First Baptist (Church, of Hick
or\. who will do the preach ins in the revival services at the Murphy
Baptist Church, beginning Mondav night, August 20.
CAMPBELL TO DO LIONS CLUB
PREACHING AT MELON FEAST
BAPTIST REVIVAL SATURDAY P. M.
Service Begins Monti nv \is;ht and
Lasts For Tn o IT eel's
Rev. R. C. Campbell will do the
preaching at the series of rex ival
services at the Baptist church, begin
ning Monday night. August 20th.
according to announcement this
week by the pastor. Rev. T. I.. Sas
Services will he held twice dailv.
morning and evening, at hours to
he announced from the pulpit Sim
day. Cottage prayer meetings are
heing held in the homes of members
in different sections of the town this
week to pray for the success of the
meeting and to create an atmosphere j
Air. Campbell i> said to be a man
of pleasing personality, and a good
speaker of unusual ability. The pub-',
lie is cordially invited to come to
the services. Mr. Sass?r said, and if
you hear the first series of the ser
mons, in all probability you will
not want to miss a single service, hej
The Cherokee County Fair Asso
ciation met last week and named
Wednesday. Thursday. Friday and.
Saturday, October 1. 5, 6, and 7. as
the dates of the county fair this;
This date comes a week earlier (
than the fair has been held hereto- 1
fore, and officers are of the opinion
that the weather will be more favor
able during these days and the pco-'
pie of the county have expressed
themselves in large numbers for.
setting the dates a week ahead.
The catalogues will be ready for|
distribution in a week or so, of f i- 1
cials announced, and ihe financial i
condition of the fair is in better
shape this year than it has ever been
thev also stated.
Officers stated that some criti
cism had been directed at the coun
ty officials and town officials of |
Murphy relative to the fair costing]
the county and town more, than a
thousand dollars a year.
It was pointed out that this is an
error, and there is enough money in
the treasury of the fair association]
to pay the premium list off this
year. Officers also stated that the
fair has not cost the county or town
I li?? annual watermelon cutting
<>f tlie I. ions 1 . 1 11 1 > will lie staged in
\allc\ River Park Saturda) after
noon at 2 o'clock, according to a
vole of tin* club at its meeting Tue>
da\ night. The melons will be do
nated li\ tln? \\ . M. Tain Grocers
(Company, as has been their custom;
?or the past several years, and the!
Lions will have charge of the occa
\ll the people of Murphy, in
eluding children and grown-ups,
have learned to look for this occa
sion each year with great enthusiasm
and hundreds are expected to be
there to help devour the juicy mel
Among the important matters com
ing before the Lions Club Tuesda>
nielit was the joint meeting! to be
held the first of next month with the;
Bryson City and Ashe vi lie Clubs at i
Bryson. and the local club instruct- 1
ed its entertainment committee to
prepare a fifteen minutes entertain- j
ment to be featured at this meeting.
This joint meeting will feature la
dies night and a great time is ex
pected to be had by those attending.
An effort is being made to have the
local c lub attend in a body, with j
their wives. J
The girl Scouts of Murphy are
planning to go on a camping trip
Monday. August 20th. up on Brass
town about 11 miles from Murphy. I
While they are away they will have
a party some night which will be!
called Mothers Party. The follow- 1
ing are expected to go: Mrs. Catli
leen Warren. Mrs. Paul Sneed, Miss
Pauline Martin. Mildred Akin. Mary
Weaver. Ruby Fish, Fannie Dc
weese. Virginia Benton. Grace Bar
nctt, Grace Parker. Marv Ketherine
Hensley, Mary King Mallonee. Bon
nie and Alice Kirby. lima Dyer,
Tommie Coppenger, Wilda Mathis.
Bertie Lee Crowe. Margaret and
Mary Witherspoon, Linnie and Mar
cella Hampton, Margaret Johnson,
Mary Joe Davis, Wood fin Posey,
Lula Fain, Francis Pen d ley, Marion
Swaim. Lois Sneed. Ruth Sneed.
Grace Wills Bell. Edna Patton.
anything other than the purchase
price of the grounds and the perma
nent improvements placed on them,
which has been borne jointly by the
two municipal governments, but as
far as the actual expense of holding
and conducting the county fair nei
ther have paid one cent toward its
Brin ? Minutes ni the County Hoard
of Commissioners. Meeting
/1u gust Sixth
I In* Board of Count) Commis
sioners met in regula r si'ssion on
f?th. 192o. with all members
being present, and transacted the
In arrordanee wilh Chapter < ? 1 of
tin* 1927 public laws of North Car
olina. at a regular meeting of the
Board of Countx Commissioners
held on tin* 6th day ? ?f August. 192P>.
It is hereby ordered the Clerk to
said Board advertise for a loan run
ning for a period of six months, for
tin- purpose of financing the public
-elioi?U of the Countv. said loan to
be paid out of the 19215 taxes.
Ordered by the Board that all cat
ll?* being brought across llie State
line except for immediate slaughter
be accompanied with a tuherculine
test chart and health certificate is
sued I ?\ a qualified veterinarian
CI77-S10 publie laws 1927. V iola
tion o( the same being a misdemea
nor and subject to indictment.
Ordered by tin- Board that Alger
Hanibx be and i- herebv released
from p<>|| tax and road duty until
rex < >k:*d.
Ordered by the Board that Robert
Beiiong be and is hereby released
of poll ta\ and road dutx until re
Ordered bx tin- Board that I 'ear
lie Stewart be and is hereby released
from road duty until revoked.
Ordered bx the Board thai Robert
Graves be and is hereby released
from road dutx until revoked.
BKKORF. BO \BI) OI* COl YH
CO! MV COMMISSION! KS
NORTH C \ROLI NX. i
CIIKROKKI COl NTY. ?
NOTICK OF \PPE\I.
IN UK: CAROLIN \ TKNNESSEE
TO THE BOARD OK COl NTV
COl NTY. NORTH CAROLINA
^ ou are hereby notified that the
Carolina Tennessee Power Company
excepts to the order, conclusion and
determination of said Board made
on the 26th day of July. 1928 at the
Court House hi Muipliv. N. C.. con
cerning the valuation of said Com
pany's property taxes, located in
said Conntv. and appeals therefrom
to the State Board of Assessment as
provided by law. a statement in
writing of the grounds of said ap
peal is hereto attached and tiled
herewith. This August 1st. 1928.
CAROLINA TEMNKSEE POWER
By Julius C. Martin. Attorney.
Statement of Grounds of Appeal
Carolina Tennessee Power Com
pany has appealed from I he order
and decision of the Board of Com
missioners of Cherokee County
made July 26. 1928. Concerning
the valuation for taxes of the prop
erty of said County upon the follow
First. Said Board had no power
or jurisdiction to re- value and re
assess said lands and property in
ihe year T928. because the same
were duly valued. assessed, and
equalized for the purpose of taxa
tion in July, 1927. by the County
Board of Equalization and Review,
as provided by law. and the valua
tion of such property has not been
affected by any extraordinary cir
cumstance. or in any other way.
since the same was valued, assessed
and equalized in 1927 as provided
Second. The said Board by its
order and determination of July
26th 1928 failed to find and set
forth any extraordinary circum
stance affecting the value of said
propertv occuring since the same
was valued, assessed and equalized
in July 1928. as required by law.
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