mXt, JULY 2. 1925
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
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iASTAJ. roii;A BOND ISSUE
fcW PUBLIC HOSPITAL AND
l"iB MAINTENANCE OK THE,
jM IS BATWOOD COUNTY, decree east 2a pole to a stake in
-mi' I - ' - the weiU-rn n i-pin ;-f ai I IH-;-t
,"otje U hereby given that more: Street; thence up and with said De.
Mn huadTl nd .eventeenn (617) Pot "' in, utnertilv .lirj-c-.TtT.T.
i ... , ,, ' turn. 70 feet to a stake in the north-
rplttohtl and freeholders of Haywood ,.aslern (.(n(.r f a tral ; l,ind
OOitlSi nwe than one hundred and'owm, Dy . . Havies, t h:- same be
Bfty (160) of whom resides outside of in; also in the weM"rn maririn of
kif corporate limit of the Town of! lot Street; thence with the north
JiBmHmmmm a.. i- aii w.- ern line of the said 1). I). l)avi - trait
ZJli.t. dU T fl,edbcf"re South i decrees west, 2.i :t 4 P'.H,
fcJEhf Board of Commissioners for the , s,kl. ,n thl. (,ner of .he M
TyOanly of Haywood a petition therein Shulhofer line; thence north 7! .le-
I tri for the County of Haywood .to
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V MI luwwnui 01 one per teni on ine cionai
jZ to be levied for a period of time jot
Xceedinir Uilrty year, for the nurnj
J W ij im t j. t .u i
iOf providing funds for the purchase
...1.1 : u ui . j u
in the eastern section of the lown!
Wayneiville, in Haywood County,
0.rthJ?!!in . i JONKS & JONES,
And farther notice Is hereby t,':venjjy Tk. Attorneys for Mortiratree
that on this date the Board of Com-' '. ' 1
era for the County of Haywood
have ordered a SDecial election to be
called' nd held in the several votinp
frecineig of Haywood County on the
tlth day of July, 1925, for the pu r
Tjoso iff voting one-fifteenth of one
Vent oil die dollar tax for a bond issue
for a public hospital and for the rbnhr
tenance thereof, in the eastern -tion
of the Town of Way'neaville, . ui n
bond isue not to exceed flOfl.OUO, :.ndti
Mid tax to be levied for a period of:i
tirha not. to exceed thirty years.
And notice ;s further hereby tixi ii
that a new registration of the voters
of Haywood County has beeh ordered
by he Board of Commis-sionrr for the
d)0t)nfy of Haywt.od for the purpose ,,f j
id special election, us provided by
law, and to that end and for the pm
JKes aforesaid the reftistration hooks
for the several voting precincts of
Haywood County wil be open from
triji after the (ith day of June, l'JL' j,
V provided by law.
And notice is further hereby ui v n
that the following persons have ben
duly appointed as the officers of aid
election; to wit:
For the South Ward in WaynesviUe
Townahip, it is hereby ordered1 that
Fred Mull and Geo. Plott appointed
judges and J. L. Williams appointed
registrar for WaynesviUe South Ward
Precinct and that John A. Smith and
J. R. Hyatt appointed judges and
Nannie Persons appointed registrar
t H7 : 1 1 X' V, ii' .. i I -rt,, ,
Sot said election; atM C. T. Wells and
V jlohn Allen appoinfed judges and A. G.
" jryltuaaej apointef registrar for Beaver
fAl 4 SonHxJWard and W. H. Hender
vl ' lFrank Mann appointocf juilges
jVfyv1'' P. Ball appointwl registrar lor
hrdam North Ward Precinct and
Garfield Jenkins and Will Wh"e
nted judges and I. 11. Hopk'n
inte! registrar for Hig C:e-k
rt and that W. A. Palmer and J.
nnah appointed judges and J. !..
;r appointed regi.stiav for Cat ,
;e precinct and Khat C. '.. So
und (!eo. A Brown appo n"ed
,es and Chas. rl. McCracken ,ip
Ited registrar for the said' I'io. s
ek precinct and that F. A. Ju-tice
T. Ferguson apjioii'.ted jud-c-R.
McCracken appointed reg
Crabtree precinct or town
. A. E. Allison and Glenn
''nted judges and K. W.
registrar for Joiia
or town-hip. IJ. l.t
d T. N. Crawfoid ap
s and T. J. Davis ap-
1 thai A. G. Bi." iwin and i: -cins
appointed Judge.- and K.
rue appointed , legist rar for
:k precinct 0i township and
t. Henry and P. IV Javnc
judge.i and T. F. ('am;b,-ll
registrar for Ivy 11:11 m -township
and J. B. Sentel !.
V. Kinslnd appointeil judge.
. U)nff appointed regitrai f(.r'
ownship and B. F. Si-lleis and
appointed judges and l.utn- County Commissioners were unable
appointed registrar for .: . legally isue and sell the bonds,
cinct or townsh.f and .1. E. -p, is in ai.,.ordance with numo
md Nathan Rogers appointed j ous ,(.(.ision of our Rupri,me Court,
and C. W. Moody appointed ; S(1 jt is imnortant fr everv one.
,ar for Cecil precinct or tw:i-Wh() Mi(.yv he hospital is a gool
and W. W. Haynes and G. I-..thirg. t exercise the nrivilege of
6rs appointed judges an.l Vaughn...- ril, ,:,. ,un( Q
rs appointed registrar for
piship or precinct.
All by order of the Boaid in regular
s April fi, 1926.
W. F. SWIFT, Chairman.
OF VALUABLE REAL ES
authority of a mortgage from
.Gilmar. and wife to tne l rus-
Waffle Forest Colletre. record-
iil Vw'.l "irw,J- A TV., at ,i.
iifeiflkjailfbrrJIaywooii County, the un-
(!& mmmt'M Attorneys for said
f t rtWttea.f default having been made
.tW,M)r1lntJ,of ,the tndebtilness
fMdMM'MU mortgage, will sell to
fhtf WH'!bfddr ct oublic auction
f of; eaiii on Monday the 3rd dav of
tKPo, 1 iSB, at 12,u4lork M., at the
. rt lie indoor of Hay wq j.1 County,
V N. C. that va'uablo lot
-nd ivith' Improvements ttu rcti
linjr 'thl tie land of D, D.
ti:u1arly described a follows:
BBGfNNIW; on three whi'.e oaks
in the eastern margin of a roadway
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; -"ntaininK one acre more or less and
''"' lh' P''i.ses upon which
the residence of the partu s ,f the
j, st r)a) t now r,.slie and bemi; a
pit of the property bought by K. I.
Ciimcr and wife from v 1.. H:ll:anl
; et a n., which deed is lulv record r
i in trie ottice ot tne kitisk i
of Deeds for Havwood ( ountv in
Hook Z. pat;,. liM.
h'r further particulars, apply to
' . w- KeiK'Uson, At tornt yit-I.aw,
j HONOKAHI.E CHAKLKS R. THOM-
AS KAVOH.S ( l N Ti HOS.
Kdiioi of The Carolina Mountaineer:
On July 11th, l'lia, will lie Held in
my opinion :t mo-t important election.
liy act h.- Legislature of North
:.rel;ti'L, coaini l in the IVblic
l.u.a! Law - of '.:',, pr :V, Chap-
'An Act to author
loijeis of Haywood
County to build and maintain a Ooun-
ty Hospital." the -aid conimissioner ,
have called an election upon the date
While I have iieen a citizen of
nth Carolina all r"rt life, and am
a iualitied voter of the State. I have
not been in Haywood County a .-ulli-cietit
length of tune, the four months'
ie-iilenee, the law recpinc s, to en
title me to c.te. However, I listed
my nropertj m said county iluring:
the month of May and am a tax
payer. I will have to pay my parti
hi leafier of any ta levied to build!
and maintain the ho.-pital should the
vote of the people be. favoi able. j
If I court! vote I would gladly vote
"For Hospital Bonds" a- I sincerely
believe the sale of the old site and
hospital building, and the building
and maintenance of a new andup-to-date
hospital, i- for the best interest
of all the people of Haywood County,
which is now mv home and permanent
Briefly, I believe a new hospital is
needed, and the movement for the
same is wise and humane; I lielieve
also it is to the finuncinl interest of 1
the people to build and maintain .t.
because the money for hospital bills j
would be ketit in Haywood County'
instead of going to Ashevillc, in Bun
combe County. j
Oftentimes, too. a hospital in our,
own county and community nutans !
I -uch ouii k action an icliefa.- to save1
human life or relieve suffering. 1
: air -life! mcd that help ti
; hospital can probably
f'o.e "The luke Fund,
'lite Cinifo.y Comrniss
! v uiii'er t lie eleel ion
maintain t lu
,alled a tax
'in exc of one fifteenth of one per ,
cent; and 1 am informed that a tax
I of not eci e-Mng live cent on thi
ot.e hundred dollars or fifty cents on
'no thousand dollar.- will be all that
:n i---aiy to nay th interest and
, i rt iite a linking fund to pay the
' r n ipal on the bonds. A man list-in-
ten thousand dollais worth of
iiiopcitv would, therefoie. nav not'
moie than five do'lars i ach year toi
iiuil I and maintain this hospital; a
man having only two thou-an I dol
,'.': wor.h of prop ity would pay
one dollar o'toh year.
I he he-pita! iarrod I am informed
'' can ago ! y a majority of the,
u,.,,f, casl .
but the State (on.stitu-l
(i,,,, ,--,,uiring a majority of the j
qualified or registered voters, the!
proval of n majority of the regi.-to-ed
voters shall be given to the
proposition at the ballot box.
CHARLES R. THOMAS.
July li!', l'Jso. J
The undersigned having this day
qualified as administrator of the es
tate of R. P. Gilmer, deceased, this is
to notify . all persons having claims
against tha. said, o&tate to . present
them to the undersigned administrator
for payment within one yea:- from thia
date or else this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate are hareby
notified to come in and settle at onW
This the 24th dsv of June. 1926V 7
(Sigaied) Wm. T. HANNAH.
Administrator of Estate of R. I.
July 30e . Glljner, deceased
New 4 room house, 1 acre, garage
$2,000.00, $A00 cash handles jt. 20
acres, new 4 room house, 4 springs
on place, water can be piped to house
by gravity. Near Lake Juna-
Put a loaf of WaynesviUe Bread on the scales and you
will find it weighs up full weight. That is because we
make it right. In addition it is full of nutritious food
Try First To ffuy At Home
F. M. LINDFORS, Prop.
Pure Milk For
No better nor more
nourishing and health
building food for chil
dren can be obtained
than Junaluska Dairy
Pure Milk, Whipped
I , A , , ir
F. R. WILLIAMS, Prop.
Telephone No. 2413 R. F. D. 2, WaynesviUe
When you buy Gas from us you are
certain that you will get accurate meas
ure. Our pumps are of the most accu
rate make and we doubly safeguard vou
by having them tested regularly. Further
more we guarantee the test of our Gas.
When you pay for High Test from us you
get High Test. Drive in and test our
"Give Us a Visit."
CAST END SERVICE STATION
C. N0RRIS, Prop. WaynesviUe, N.
Specials for Saturday and Monday
All silk crepe de chene 98c per yd. All colors.
All Silk Taffetas Reduced.
$1.75 Quality, Only $1.19
$2.00 Quality, Only $1.49
$2.75 Quality, Only $1.98
Let Us Show You New Numbers In Knickers, Skirts, Bathing
' Suits and Other Sport and Golf Apparel.
C E. Ray & Sons
Church Street WaynesviUe, N. C.
Phone No. 211
Cream, Fresh Butter
and eggs. Milk delivered
daily to your door in
bottles which have
been thoroughly ster
ilized before filling.
Order Your Coal Now!
The most radical family man readily
agrees that there is no more practial ec
onomy than filling up the family coal bin
during summer months.
Such foresight solves the biggest pro
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and cents; and removes all chances of the
human factors falling short-such as snow
ladened roads and tracks, strikes, etc.
Phone our office today and place your
order for the coming winter coal supply.
Milner & Company
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling
Phone 314 Depot Street
There is no charge for inspecting your
We recommend only needed repairs
There is a Rreal deal of satisfaction in driving a Car
that gives you the servke you require from it regardless
of the road conditions. Having your car inspected fre
quently by us will insure you this service.
Phone No 305-J
DR. r. M. LEFLAR
10 A. M. to 12 M.
2 P. M. to 5 P. M.
And By Appointment
The easy way to do when you want
some Meats for Lunch is to phone
149 and we wiljl send you an assort
ment of ready-to-serve meats that
will surely please you.
The City Market
J. B. DAVIS, Proprietor
Phone 149 Church St.
WaynesviUe, N. C.
.eVNM t othe.
and mora oar- luska. H. G. Stone. - -2te-
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