TH CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
ULT 2. 1J25.
The Carolina Monojaineer
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Entered at the post office, at
Waynesville, N. C, as Second
Class toa.il Matter, as provided
under the Act of March ;i, 1S79,
November 20, 19U.
PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY
m J.. 1- . 1
LATEST HAYWOOD FIGURES
PROPERTY VALUE. SCHOOL
The countv ' -"rty valueation for
1924 in Havwood -.' p'sed at $19,-'
TiiO.SSS ! Sells Dodge Brothers Motor VeeicleH
The School enrolment for U. ' . SionS- Accessories and
VJ24 in Haywood county wag 5269. - srvi-
The average daily attendance for
the .scholastic year of 1923-1924 in
The Haywood Garage is one of the
Haywood was 67 per cent of the eri- , ,.:. -rui. .r-..ti-i
mobrile concern is located in the com-
' '" modious
Three other coun-
t-es in the tate had the
showed a higher attendance. Hare
county had the highest 90 per cent.
Scotland countv had the lowest, t0
per cent. ,
The per cent of illiteracy in Ha
wood i. reported to be 11.3 per cent.
Buncombe lays claim to lowest per
quarters oo 1003
right on the corner of
and East streets.
The business is owned by Mr. O. R.
Martin who is also the manager.
i Having had seventeen years expe
dience he is exceptionally well pre
pared t (rive splendid sen-ice to the
,IIF (MHll'.AS PRESS A-iHOC', I lOv
XHURgrrAY, J4-2 1925
flOPriTVL FACJJUTUH IN
Inhabitants Per Hospital Bed in 1923
j in the following tables the states
fere rinked according to the number
of inhabitants per bed in all hospitals
taearn state, exclusive of federal
nospital. The table js bael on, Hos-
Tjitals and Disoesaries. 1923, issued
by the Federal Department of Com
merce. The number of persons pe
is derived by -Jv-idinit, the pppu-
tion of eae"h state' by tfie aggrgate
beds in all hospitals in that state
Colorado leads in'hospljjal facilities
ith one bed for every 193.8 inhabi
tants. North Carolina rank.s forty
first with one bed for every 610.3
U. S. average, one bed for every
336 inhabitants. North Carolina
peeds nearly twice her present hos
pital facilities to be on a par with the
average for all the states.
Sank State Persons
!. per Hos
' pital Bed
.1 Colorado 193.8
2 California 212.0
3 New York 215.1
4 Minnesota 211.3
o Mas.'.vhu.wtts 226.7
New Mexico 234.2
7 WasVngtnrr 250.9
uiing v :.2G4.2
lecticut 201). 2
itana '. 275.2
Jersey ' 282.7
'sUnd . , . . i, . . :I0.'L5
: . . 342.H
arc -;I3 2
Virginia . . . ., 4ol fi
, . 544 9
th Carolina 821.6
, :m: a . t-.l U. ' ' r-"""
rem oi numeracy, vst. r.uKciumui: ..;..- . i -i , i
.... i pairing of automobiles which is this
countv is reported to have the nigh- . . .
branch of light or heavy work. Mr
Martin carries besides, a splendid
est percentage of Illiteracy, 22.4 per
cent. Thee (Vgures are for 1924.
reports an increasing popularity in 1
closed cars and haa many sales re
corded for the past season.
He hag a force of experts, who do
not only auto work for the Dodge,
but are skilled mechanics for all
makes of automobiles.
Mr.. O. R. Martin, the rrfanager and
owner of the Haywood Garage, has
been in the above business for about
five years. He is a Mason, Methodist,
Democrat, Rotarian. Coodfellow and
a booster that Waynesville is proud
of. He is a native of Buncombe, a
young man witti a charming wife and
two tittle daughters. He is a hard
worker and booster for his city, and
as a live wire business man, haa no
superior. He's one of the leading
advocates of good roadi and as a val
ued citizen is known and respected by
the entire community.
REAL ES'ATE TRANSACTION'S.
of supplies, parts and acces-
During the past week a number of , Mr. Martin ha-s the WaynesvUle
Important .real .estate deals have been agency for the - splendid Dodge
made by H. G. Stone. Among them . Brothers motor vehicles,, which are
are: , Known we world over for their splen-
The J. D. Boone residence on Main 'did qualities and appearance. He
street to Frank W. McLean of P1m!
Beach, F!a., for $15,000.00; Dr. C. H.
Mclowells residence on Main street
to C. H. StaBBs of Fort Myers, Fla.
for $20,000.00; A lot belonging to Hil.
had B. Atkrins on Main street to H.
A. Ford of MulbeVry, Fla for $12,500.
Without a doubt the good rdads of
our tdwn' and county are as responsi
ble for the numerous purchases as
our excellent climate.
Mr. and Mrs.. John B. Best
of Crabtree announce
the marriage of their daughter
Mr Frederic T. Ball of Canton
On Wednesday, June Z4, 1925
WHAT ABOUT WAYNESVILLE?
You Can Double The Life Of Your
CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
E. T. DUCKETT. Prop., V Main Street
Prices Are Low Waynesville) N. C.
ASHEVILLE. N. C
Under new Management. Additional
Instructors, Modern Courses And
Prices witnin the reach of everyone.
POSITIONS GUARANTEED AND
Waynesv-ifle citizens are showing
heir city pride as well as their per
sonal pride in painting and cleaning,
up their premise. In addition to a1
great number of residences recently!
painted, several stores on Main street!
have been given new coats f wear. '
Among them are the Royal Ice Cream
arlor, store occupied by Saad and
iger, MUler Broa WaynesvillJ
Hardware. Alexannder's, McCrackcn . i
lothlng and others. pWered by the' Board that a. license tan. tsmr ehe prmlege o carrgtiupj L-iveiy stables:
Vacant lots, that vere heretofore on thebusines or doinjr the act natoed for thtc year ending May 31, El(il Hirintr five to ten. feoeaes ..
ruhhisih hean have been i & an the same is bereDy levied' s tollowsr i tunog wn w iweimjf ounoi
For any Information Related to Vaace Business College
SEE MISS MAMIE CLAYTON
Firt Natioaaal Bank Buildin' Wayaeaville. N. C
Write P. 01 Box 1395
PRIVILEGE TAXES LEVIED BY THE TOWN Of WAYNESVILLE, JUNE
leared and planted with flowers;
al estate ha.s an upward' trend;
ouses are. being built all over town;
nVi- tvo'i Waynesville is ALL
-VHH EfcLr PROPERTY S)LI.
The R. T. Ells property now occu
ied bv the Covington family, has
ieen sold to Mr. c. rl - SWds or
Miami. , -
Auction sales of real estate, where the total (mount ef sales does
nt exceed 28,000 per day $ 2QCU0t
Automobiles for hire upon each: person, ftrrn: or cocnorstroo, oper
ating an autamobile for hirw SstinK poll' or Bnaaatj taxation
in: the Town of Waypesville, Ucense tax awfollo-wst
Jfot ovr seven passengers . T." . . ... . '-.'I' . IrXOO
More tlian severs pasaeners
Person, firm or tarporation
not listing' a uil. or 'property for
taxation in tin Town of WajmriH and operatunj an aotomo-
LI BR AHY. HOURS CHANGED.
For the remainder of the summer
e Waynesville Library will be open
rom ten to twelve in tne mornings
nd from four to six in theafter
bilwtoi hire.' si Scense tax as foBawS:'
Cars of seven paaaangers or lessi... s---r v f- SKOu1
Cji-j of or than seven oassengacs 40 00
Automooile trucks fix bjre ; f. ..... 10-00
Automobile or automobile truck . nanafactureT'aKeotfinr cadi brand
Hiring twenty to thirty berses
Hiring thirty to forty horses
Each saddle horae kept Sot hie . . ,
Lumber yards, each ytardi w.liv'if;.?..:'..
Metalic cartridgea, each efcaler 6.25
Metaiie eartridgis, 22 cafflaar only . , ... 2.00
Machinery or agricultural implements 10.00
(Provided, this aiaxQ pot. apply to regular herd ware dealers.)
I Meny-g-rounda . . 50.00
Moving picture shows 37.50
Medicines patent, . in tin vrant, dealer ;'.-ir, ; . . . . . :. . .20.00
Newspaper contests for weekly or semi- or tri-weetly
Newspaper contesta far .daily .'. . .
ws stands , . ,
TWO SHALL BE BOR.V.
Born the wfcol"
Ocolists, .itinerant or deafer in spectacles or eye gtosaea 10.00
Ost-door advertising,. , 6.00
of c;w or.troiDa - . 10.90 Palmistry ....... 100.00
Automobe or automobile trucks amEesman-for-eaeH- tjrandl ef ear or ' Peddles, pcheddler on foot ,,,.....iv,'(;..vj 26.00
true - 10.00 Perfdlers,; each. With horse'f mule with or withoat vehicle or with
Auctioneer, each 20.0o! vehicle propelled by amy other power .. ; 76.00
EkWlrlTakV-o Ath atii) itoaw JJ1A. 9 AIj:J mmTa.
Barber sflops, foir ewrh chair 2M, ' 1J r . w.'v.u "f""' mymn-
Batteo' sarvice asof tire repair stations 10.00
Billiard r pool ttaUea bowling; aJfcyi or aJloji-of HHo-ltindL each tablj- j
or nfley J
Anv othur ganie ir play with or without nunc
Two shall I
And speak in different tinreues, and
,,.., , I Bottlinir works- -.... - 500ft Pf3tols dealer in
K.u h of the others beig. arrr. no heed; , J "stols. aeaier in
tions, flavoring extracts, spices and toilet articles, whether on
foot or with horse, mule, ox or without vehicle or with vehicle
propelled with any other power .. . .
And there o'er unknown smti, t un-.
known lands, ,
death; ' Knch
A -lit all un'.-onsciou liy shape weryi
Ar ! jr.l each wfiHi!iT.t:r ff-eu.
his on? end
That some ilav, ou. d;tr;cnreM, tttey
And read 1-fc'- ni-i n.r m f.VB -fi-
':rriag-for ftire each omailruBf, hack, wasjon, dtey or other vehicle
it s eyes.
Su in Mr Si :;u'lin
Pict.irs at Wavnewood Jalr 7th.
witS- two seaits or more .
xte hocav earriaire, tsav dray, tatpresav. oastvse or ottaer
veriiicle . .
'C'lr.ircttes or fjrara retail - - X...
to j llns ach . . : w
Each bitch ..
Kiectriciana eeeh firm doing- business j. eleribiB .
Express compmy, an annua tax of -
Fireors each dealer - j.
huckster , iO(K
AlCXQ SOLOIST TO SING IX
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHITCH.
offertory olo In pxace church
lUnday morning will be sung by
lira.'. Mosser of the Sunday Evening
MnaW.Club of Chicago, Illinois. The
tor Ml preach on "The Suffer-
1K 'f the World- today," and admin-
the Holy Communion. wncn
1 musi will be sung by the
Tha Bible Oass at 10 a. m. in the
1T Wlirisn Hooao. under the direcUon of
p. "m BxCbtt-rsm' Oh- K Thomas
; lriu study very Interesting; epocn
" ll historL "TJie Church's Conquest
S ( tAt ! . m. thora. will be-Choral
W Brensoiiaf. with an address by the
t Sector OaVtho ftrst martyr in church
I'Wiijf, -ii w w ..- m
m ) i TSurvW Anrdiallv invited to all
m- " , '
' mat ir?ioe.
Mrs. J. A. Olantz, who has been
visitinj; her daughter. Mrs. R. J.
Bryson fr some time, left Friday
to visit Iter daughter, Mrs,
Pen'and, of Clyde.
Fruit stand or
Fresh meats, firh and oysters, resident-
Fresh meats, fish and oysters, non resident 80.00
Frsft and orvtcr.s. each dbn&r .
1 Viither ri-ratcrs
ir.3U pfstols, bUnk cartrafges
10:09 Having- in their employ an average of not more than three per
sons for the previous year
5.9ft Having in their employ more than three, persons and not more
10.00 nan six persons
j Having in their employ more than six persons
Ptp corn popper or pop corn wagon i.. ;
Pressing clubs 'and dry cleaning plants
Rear! estate agents and rent collection agents
Restaurants or cafes:
Those having- chairs or stools for ten persons or less 5.00
Those having chairs or stools for more than twenty-elve 10.00
TsMMe having chair or stools for more than .twenty-flve and less
than fifty : 'J . , 20.00
Those having chairs or stools for more than fifty 30.00
On all other stands where prepared food is sold as a business 5.00
GaooJine filling stations: o.OO
Charlie" Gasoline agency, selling- oil or naptha
Horse and mule dealers if party Bits a poll ear property for taxation
t0w Shoe shine parlors:
Mr. A. H. Mehaffey returned last m the Town of Waynesvilla 255.00
week from a business trip to Wash- Horse and mule deaJWrs, if party does- not fist their poll or property for
ington City. . taxation 50.00
Misses Ruth Williams and Evelyn , Hotel or board in r- heose, American plan:
Maney of Waynesville spent the weekJ charging more then $1.00 ad lo than $2.00 per day each room
enj with Mrs. W. T. Lee, Jr. ' Charging more than J2.00 and tea than 3.00 on each room
Rev). Mr. Allen of Harelwood, charging $3.00 per day and not m excess of $4J60 on each roora .
Where the number of chairs or operators is two or less 5.00
V VJTneiilIhe jjumber of chairs or operators exceed two and does not
'exceed "six . , s jo.00
Sign minrter,. , n).oo
Skatnjlnk , 10.00
Where the machines does not require over one cent deposit 2.50
preached a fine sermon in the Bap
tist church here Sunday morning.
Mis. M, C. Green and children mo
toied to Clyde Friday.
Mr. R. J. Bryson and family attend
ed the Glantz family reunion, which
was held last Sunday at .the home of
Mrs. OH'e Gletitz Penland of Clyde.
Messrs. Henry Christy, Grady
Queen, Corbet Ensley and Grady
Crawford ar camping this week on
Trains NfiJs. 21 and 22 are now run
ning daily to and from Balsam and
Asheville. v 1 .. - r
; Mr. ijugi'n rfEjuley' ad fmily ef
Hazelwood have moved to' Balsam for
the summer. . (
, ,.?iUi flettit Bryson went JtWaj,
Charging $4.5 per day and not in excess of $6.0 en each roo
Chargng $6.00 per day and not in excess of $7-6, on each room ....
Charging $T.B0 per day or more, each room
Hotels or boarding houses, European plan:
Charging $1.50 per day or less on each room
Charging in excess of $1.60 and not in excess of $2.50 per day, on each
fhnrirtnv In excess of tS.50 and not in excess of 14.50 per day on each
9 nn TTiutm4abm. emhalmera and coffin dealers
room r -it-,.'
Charging In excess of $4.50 per day, each room 4.00 Wrestta or boxing matches for each exWbjUon
Tie omce, dining room, one -parlor, the kitchen and two other rooms
hall not be counted when calculating the number of room in ho
tels. Provided, that one-half of the foregoing taxes shall be col
lected from resort hotels and boarding houses which are kept open
for only six months or less In the year
Where the machine requires a deposit of more than one cent
.25 Soda fountains and carbonated drink venders
.50 On each retail stand at which bottled carbonated drinks are sold, the
1.00 same not being" a soda fountain ............ ,t. ,
2.50 Salesman Upon each itinerant salesman who shall expose for sale
3.00 either on the street or in a housie rented temporarily for that
4.00 purpose, goods, wares or merchandise, either fs a principal or
gent soecial tax of
.50 Swimming pool t '.
IZ0 Telegraph company, each '.,.......'..'... 1
Theatre and opera houses
Ice crenm ps-!or
Junk dea'er. testdent
Junk denter. non-resident
Jeweler prtilversmtth, itinerant
(Provided, that this tax shall apply whether, such exhibition ia given in
a licensed or unlicensed hall.)
It was ordered by the Board of Aldermen that all parties are notified
that special end privilege taxes must be paid to tie town tax. collector on
or oeiora-rfuiy-A, wo -u sne asine ne not para qd oemana, me amount may
1JO.00 lyaaApfi'ilrtfeit and sale of tW aitlclei wnich have been levied
25.0a upon-w-sndtJlar property of the owner which may be distrained and sold
60.00 to wfisrftftaxes. See Section 14 ChafcterltftTriWte Laws of 1885.
TC; BRBDMNO, Clerk.
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