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TH 1" RS I A Y , JI NK 4. 192.
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
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i la- . if -1 .. i: i ill I,- fiatuif.l !.y i.n
ft i! uinitif the Hoard if Commission,
ii. fur the County of Haywool to
It'- 1 v an ai.nuii: tax not to I'xntNl nnc.
liftfinth of one i cnt on t lit- dollar j
to i.i- leviivl for a pfiioil of time .10'. .
fxi-frdinf- thirty cai.-, for the purpiM.'
of firo alir.'.' fund- for the purchase1
of a -i'.c and the flection theifon of
a puiilic lio-pital and a hospital build--iivr
in the ea-tern 'o-l mil of the uiivn
'a ni-Hvi Ilf t in Haywood County.;
rth ('arolina. i
nd further not iff I- licit. v .en
M. I . an. an. I
l. (;..ein..i A V. thai on thi.- date the- Hoard of Coin
ko not.- addrfi.s of in i.-s.on--r1- for the t irnitv of Haywood
ai I.'. Koi.fit N Sun.-, or haw ouleied a -p.ria! election to i.e
ir-t Haima rla."s in ceiled nnd hel l in the -evera'. vot rijr
t.-a. hf for ncaily i'finat- of Haywood County on the
I 1 Ih day of July. for the pur-
thc- po-f of vut.nj; on. Iifteenth of ore
A a i
,v of tl
t -five yt-arv.
i M.od.vai 1 II
al M. w ill pic a, h a pc . ;al c:
I" t he c oiiM-nt ion at 'n. ( ity
loriuin. at l?:ali I ri.lay aft. i noc.-i,
1-th The- Ham-Ramsey paitv
h.. -1 - i .f f i if roN m i - '-e t ion
will wo a erne an oppinun ty 'n
t hf in aia in. and t i - c in If d
t he au'Mo! ii i. w :!l i..- ..i ke I to
: ' v
l. n. .l-.-fphu- Iianif!--,
la ;. of t ho I ' S. N.n
I In I pa i . I 'I a k ' I ..f t in
ft : r.r- Sunday af tivnoo
. I'.jlV w ;! :
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former S, ,-.
villi hf the
moon. June 11th,
I 'an e'. is or.e of
ii.. i,.,.!i. and
i thf Sta ' and
e h 1. 1 1 ' h .
i ei, t on t he dollar tax for a l.nd issue
f..r a pallia- ii...-pital and for i'rn- mail:
tenariee thereof, in the caMern
tion of the Town of Waynesville. . urn
l.ond i--ue not to exceed $100,(1(1(1, ;.nd
ai.l tax to he levied fo; a period of
t mi- not to exceed thirty yeais
And notice s tin tin ! ln'rehy e-ivcn
that a new i f eri-t rat mn of the voters
of Hay wood County ha- iieen ordered
ny the Hoard of 'oinm:-.-ioi.fi s foi the'
Count;, nf Hayuo.id f..r the puipo-f ol
-aid -pfr.al f If. tion, a- pii.vidf.l hy
law, and to that fnd and fur the purpose-
afoi'f-aid thf l f i - 1 1 a I 1 1 1 n hjhus
for the .-c f ral v ot ny pr. r i: ct - of
1 1 a;. oi .d ( i.iii.t v w ;
.1 llllf ,
! W. I
III lit' 1
n I'l.ui -..I'
made in.-- -
chin nf Haleij n. a
a teatute of the eon-
v. in . .n, and the addiesses will I, in.
t. rspf rsed with si vera sp--ial -e-'.ctions.
''h. male .uartet of Hen
dersom die will furni.-h several mini
Ihts, and the family if lr. J. K.
II a: .mi'.' ii'r I i a i :
Nam a- I'f on- app.. !i:. l irrs"!,n'
fo, aj n.-v I - North Ward Tie, ii, t
for -aid civ and C T. Wells and
.lolin Allen appointed judi;--- and A. (i.
Ku.--fll ap.. lilted rei.'1-t rai for IleaW'
dam South Ward and W. II. Hender
son and l-'rank Mann appointed judges
and K. I'. I!a!l appointed rei'i-trar tor
Heaverdam North Ward I'recinrt and
that Cartiel.l Ji nkins and Will White
ajipointed jude- and I. 11. Hoikin.s
apimintied recristrar for Hijr Creek
J loni, uistor ot the Home Mora am ,,, , a-inrt ami that W, A. Palmer and J.
t.uuh, of Winston-Salem, will fu.n- A. Hinnah appointnl judiev and J. !..
j-h an interfstiri part of the con- I'almei appointed reKtrar for Cata
v.nb.m pixijrram. Ilr. I'fohl will looehee rei-irct and that C. Z. No
t reach the convention sermon on Sun- land and Ceo. A l'.iown appointed
day nijrht, which will be tollowed hy judgeii and Chas. if. McCracken ap
the consociation service, and the on. pointed registrar for the said Fines
vintion -ill clo.se on Sunday ni'n ( reek jirecinct and that K. A. Justice
Thin convlirtion marks the Jath and C. T. Ferguson appointed judges
jinniveisary of the ortraniKition of and Ih R. McCracken appointed rep
Simm.s llaraca clas.s, of the Taln-i node istrar for Crabtree precinct or town
Haptist chuix-h, anl will partake of .ship and that A. K. Allison and Glenn
the nature of a "Silver Jubilei " celc-'A. Hoyd appointed judpen and R. W.
I i at am of the ltaraca-I'lulathea move- Howell appointed registrar for Jona
ment in North Curolina. The liaia a than precinct or township. R.
and I'hdathea classic of lialenrh. 'o- Stephenson and T. N. Crawford ap.
K'-Aer with other orpany.ed ItilJe pointtni judges and T. J. Davis ap-
1 .a-ses ,,f thv city are working topeth- pointed registrar for Iron Duff pre-
ir Ui make this a note-worthv occa. 'inct anil that A. (I, Haldwin and Vin-
-am in the Sunday school history nf """ -I'-nkin alKiinted judges and R
tie State W. Teajrue appointed lepiMrar for
JOHN 1 1. IiKRRY, Chairman White Oak mecinct or township and
Knterta-nment Conimlf.e... ,,,aI ' l- Henry and D. V. Jaynes
appon.tfd judees and IV I'. Canihell
appointed icf.s:rar for Ivy Hill 11
. net or town-hip and .1. 1!. Sentelle
and J. W. k n.-land appointed judges
and J. 1' l.onrr apioin!fd icfastrar for
ri-eoii town-hip and H. F. Sellers and
K. I. 1' 1 s app.iinte I judrre- and l.utn
1 I'le-- appointed reiriMrar for F.-s'
I ilk 1'iecr.ct or town-hip and J. K.
.1. ist.ee and Nathan Roper- appointed I
in iff s and C W. Moody appointed
:ee..-tiai for Ce il pieeinct or town-J
ship an I W. W. Ilaym - and ('. 1-. I
Roper.- appointed judpes and Vauphtii
Hycts appointed registrar for Clyde J
township or irecim't. j
All by onlei-of tin- Hoaid in 1 collar
This A il 0. I'.c.V..
W. F. SWIFT. Chairman.
C. F. Kirkpatrick, Clerk.
From Which Kentucky Man Suf
fered Two or Three Times a
Month, Relieved by
...:x ti r.cc iiurf,
Nevius. .. lol .1 .
n:i r, about t .1
ot tile Valllf ..f
I'ra-icl - Ii',. .
Id.: I .'. ;
r- ' .
two . : . ;
1 v., .I I :-. I ;
l.Lve (il. . in. - ..
Ky. Mr. J. P.
a I dealer and far
: rs ago learned
'.'ii'dfoi d's I'lack-
( 0! ft
Lev . r iiavi
til it save
; ai in. til
11. 1 didt. t i-t 1 til
r taking thf pills
a. t a cuuplt.i or
I would bt- very
Md mc of Itlr.cU
1 I'cpan its 111.C I
lout d iso miiih relief
ne. 1 would not ba
without It for anvthhiK.
"It Ktenird to cleanse 11 y whole
tj-tem and make rue feel llk new.
1 would take a few doses set rid
cf the bile and have my usual clear
bead, feel full of 'pep' and could
Co twice the work."
One cent a dose. NC-161
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
FOR A TAX FOR A BOND ISSCE
FOR A PUBLIC HOSPITAL AND
FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE
SAME IN HAYWOOD COUNTY
Notice is hereby given that more
than six hundred and aeventeenn (617)
residents and freeholders of Haywood
County, more than one hundred and
fifty (ISO) of whom resides outside of
the corporate limit of the Towr, of
Waynesville, have duly filed before
the Board of Commissioners for the
1 WHY HANDCUFF UTILITIES?
I "The 17 financially larpest public
I utility proups, includinp investment
companies and allii-d interests," says
I Samuel Insull, "represvnt 4H.7 per
vent of the total capitalization and
4H.4 per cent of the country's total
"The situation of these 17 utility
proups is almost paralleled by that
of the 17 larpest railway systems,
which topether represent about one
half of the total railway capitalization
and half of the pross railway income.
"One may wonder why there are
proposals that investment of 'holdinp
companies in the electric industry
should be handcuffed at a time when
consolidation of railroads into still
larper operating groups is being urged
"If the public utility industry is to
be shackled, then we must wait a
while for 'superpower' and rural elec
trification is just around the corner."
ALL ENGRAVING WORK GUAR
ANTEED. Engraving, Weddinfc (Announce
ments and Invitationa, Birth An
nouncements, Calling Cards, Business
Cards, Personal Stationery, engraved
or embossed, lithographed, etc.. at the
County of Haywood a petition thereinjCarolina Mountaineer office.
Beginning June first, the Library
I is being kept open from. 4 to 6 p. m.
! -Since the eonsirnment of ne"w
' tsooks, much interst has been shov.r
. by the readers of Waynesville. Thi
, i ii dilation for the quarter just ended.
March, April end May, was lfi02 v !-
times and this at time when the
school children were not reading as
Wont vou boost our Library so that
it may be possible to buy a lot of
books every month b-.fore they have
a chance to pet .stale ?
Put a loaf of Waynesville Hrtad on the scales and vou
will find it weighs up full we";ht. That is because
make it right. In addition U is full of nutritious food
Try First To t$uv At Home
l . M. UMM OKS, Prop.
.Main Street Phone No. 2 1
Dining Room Chairs
see Mr. Dunham at
HOTEL BON AIR
Waynesville, N. C.
Will be held next
THURSDAY, MAY AND
SATURDAY, JUNEU 12,13
WAIT FOR IT
Opp. Postoffice Phones 53 and 54
Pure Milk For The Children
No better nor more
nourishing and health
building food for chil
dren can be obtained
than Junaluska Dairy
Pure Milk. Whipped
(.'ream. Fresh Kutter
and eggs. Milk delivered
daily to your door in
bottles which have
been thoroughly ster
ilized before rilling.
F. R. WILLIAMS, Prop.
Telephone No. 2413 R. F. D. 2, Waynesville
ATTRACTIONS AT THE
June 8tK to 13
Buck J once in
GOLD AND THE GIRL
All. N zimiaa in
Retinal DrAny in
Blanche Sweet in
THE SPORTING VENUS
Evelyn Brent in
ReeJ Ho we s on
Opp. Postoffice Phone 300
E. K. McGE
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Insurance that Insures
Waynesville, N. C,
NEW DRESSES IN NEW
- at -$3.98
THE FASHION SHOP FOR LADIES'