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THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1923
I'HE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Third Cluss Mail.
FOR A TAX FOR A BOND ISSUE Section 2(Xi.
I OR A PUBLIC HOSPITAL AND (a) "Mail matti
FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE
SAME IN HAYWOOD COUNTY.
Notice is heroliy jrivi'n that mm"
than six hundred ami seventeen!! (lil?)
: itlonts ami freeholders of Hnywoo.l
( nunty, mori' than one hundred ami
fifty (li0) (if whiini lesides outside of
the corporate limits of the Tow:; of
Waynesville, have duly filed be
the Hoard of Commissioners for
of the third eh'.ss
-hall include hooks, circulars, and oth
er matter wholly in eint (eee.:t
new-pap. : anil nlher periodicals en
tered :h seron.l c 1 ;i s niutier), 'dof
'lieet-., lori.c'.ed pr.xif she..;- m-1
niaiuit ; !n; ';;.' oiiipaiU '". :he
.am,, .,e . ieidi (inckulin farm
and factory orodurt-i, I all o:her
mai'alile mailer not mvlu i- J in the
"re first or second class, 0r in the fourth
'he class as defined in section 207."
I Fourth Class. ', except on parcels collected on
Section 207. rural f,et' le'ivel'y routes.
" (a) Mail matter of the fourth class In addition to the above fourth
st,ll wirht in pxeess of 8 ounces, and class rati s the sender may, by af-
lude books, circular,, and nxinjr -; cents in stamps
parcel marked "Special
include dooks, cmuim v ......... - ,
other m.V.ler wholly printed (except parcel marked Special Hamlin
newspapers and other periodicals en- which wiil assure ,aid parcel the
,s second class matter I. proof same expeditious nan.iiinc a- nr.-u
co. :e 'ti 1 proof -heels i! d '
ti'i'V a I'o'iipnnyinir s:i;n. ,
ndisi , ( ;n !i:d:iiT i;f a; ' '
product.), and all olhci
Value of $6 or under f cents.
Value over $5 and up to $25, 8 cents
Value over $2o ami up to $o0, 10
Value over S50 and up to S100, 25
in the lii
and S iei-ia! He
r the ihir.
hei i tofo: e,
e I a follow
surance. (': O. i
y arc k'iven to
1 and fourth
hut the rates'
: eh'.-- mar. not
a Me matter not included
in- second class, or in the
County of Haywood a petition therein iiji The rate of no-staire thereon as defined in section 20('i.
petitioning the Board of Commission- .shall be 1 V4 cents for each 2 ounce:; (b) The rate on fourth class ni.V.'u-
er for the County of Haywood to or fraction thereof, up to and inchul- is by tin pound aetoidinn to the zc.n ; i n ! r 20 pound-, 1 cents,
levy an annual tax not to exceed one- ng g ounces in weight, except that distance and is not changed, exec;" ' "' " 20 pounds 20 cents,
fifteenth of one per cent on the dollar the rate of postage on books, cata- that on each and every parcel of t- tees.
to be levied for a period of time .lot logics, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, fourth class matter in addition to theVue $10 or less 12 cents
exceeding thirty years, for the purpose scions and plants, not exceeding 8 regular postage, there shall be eharg- Value $10 to $50 15 cents
of providing funds for the purchase ounces in weight, shall be 1 cents for ed two cents as a service charge to he Value $59 to $100 25 cents
of a site and the erection thereon, of each two ounces or fraction thereof, prepaid by stamps affixed to the par
a public hospital and a hospital build- '
ing in the eastern section of the town ;
of Waynesvillc, in Haywood County,
And further notice is hereby given
that on this date the Board of Com
missioners for the County of Haywood
have ordered a special election to be I
called and1 held in the several voting
yrecincts of Haywood County on the
11th day of July, 1925. for the pur-
pose of voting one-ftfteenth of one j
cent on the dollar tax for a bond issue
for a public hospital and for the main-j
tenanca thereof, in the eastern sec- j
tion of the Town of Waynesville, uch j
bond issue not to exceed $100,000, and
said tax to be levied for a period of
time not to exceed thirty years. ,
And notice ;s further hereby given
that a new registration of the voters
of Haywood County has been ordered
by the Board of Commissioners for the
County of Haywood for the purpose of
said special election, as provided by
law, and to that end and for the pur
poses aforesaid the registration books
for the several voting precincts of
JIaywood County will be open from
and after the 13th day of June, 1925,'
as provided by law.
And notice is further hereby given
that the following persons have hen;
duly appointed as the officers of said
election; to wit:
For the South Ward in Waynesville
Township, it is hereby ordered that
Fred Mull and Geo. Plott appointed
judges and J. I.. Williams appointee'. .
registrar for Waynesville South Ward ,
Precinct and that John A. Smith and ;
J. R. Hyatt appointed judges and
Nannie Persons appointed registrar!
for Waynesville North Ward Precinct!
for said election; and C. T. Wells and!
John Allen appointed judges and A. G. j
Russell apointed registrar for Beaver
dam South Ward and W. H. Hender-1
son and Frank Mann appointed judges!
and E. P. Ball appointed registrar tor j
Beaverdam North Ward Precinct and j
that Garfield Jenkins and Will White j
appointed judges and I. H. Hopkins j
appointed registrar for Big Creek
precinct and that W. A. Palmer and J-,
A. Hannah appointed judges and J. 1.. !
Palmer appointed registrar for Cata-;
loochee precinct and that C. Z. No-1
land and Geo. A. Brown appointed j
judges and Chas. d. MeCracken ap-
pointed registrar for the said Fines
Creek precinct and that F. A. Justice j
and C. T. Ferguson appointed judges j
and D. R. MeCracken appointed reg- f
Lstrar for Crabtree precinct or town
ship and that A. E. Allison and Glenn j
A. Boyd appointed judges and R. W. :
Howell appointed registrar for Jona-j
than precinct or township, K. I4
Stephenson and T. N. Crawford ap-
pointed judges and T. J. Davis ap
pointed registrar for lion Duff pre
cinct and that A. G. Baldwin and Vin
son Jenkins appointed judges and R.
W. Teague appointed registrar for
White Oak precinct or township and
that J. R. Henry and D. P. Jaynes
appointed judges and P. F. Campbell
appointed registrar for Ivy Hill pre
cinct or township and J. B. Sentclle
and J. W. Kinsland appointed judges
and J. F. Long appointed registrar for
Pigeon township and B. F. Sellers and
R. L, Pless appointed judges and Lutn
er Pless appointed registrar for East
Fork precinct or township and J. E.
Justice and Nathan Rogers appointed
judges and C. W. Moody appointed
registrar for Cecil precinct or town
ship and W. W. Haynes and G. .
Rogers appointed judges and Vaughn
Byers appointed registrar for Clyde
township or precinct.
All by order of the Board in regular
This April 6, 1925.
W. F. SWIFT, Chairman.
C. F. Kirkpatrick, Clerk.
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'Innei Or;hr Fees.
..0.01 t . $2.50,. . fee oconl .
,s2..)l to $5.00, fee 7 cent -$5.01
to 5,10.00, fee 12 cents.
$10.01 to $20.00, feu 12 cents.
$20.01 to $40.00, fee 15 cents.
$40.01 to $ti0, fee 18 cents.
$f0.01 to $80.00, fee 20 cents.
$80.01 to $100.00. fee 22 cents.
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IN REGARD TO POSTAL RATES.
The local post office has given out
the following detailed information
concerning the new postal rates ef
fective April 15th:
Rates on Iftrst class mail remain un-
-hnno-eH 1 pent for each ounce or
fraction thereof except that the new
rate on post cards and private mai
arrU is 2 cents each. U. S.
Postal cards remain at 1 cent.
Second Class Mail.
This applies only to publishers of
newspapers and other periodicals and
will be furnished publishers direct.
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