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Page 6 Classified Ads t WE BUY pine and hardwood 'i pulpwood. Southern Timber, Inc., Phone 888-4431, Woodville. : 4/1/73 { EXPERT REPAIRS on Watches Eye Glasses, Jewelry, Clocks, Fountain Pens, and Electric  Razors. Every jol) guaranteed. See ore' excellent selection of i  Watch Bracelets and Watch Bands. WOOD'S Woodville, Mississippi : WANTED TO BUY: P,ulpwood bo,h long and sllort wood Mixed Hardwoods and O00k- " Pecan-Hickm'Y. Free timber '  marlln,g service. E. D. Massey, POSTED: All lands owned or leased by the undersigned, in- cluding Oakwood Ranch, Egan Place, John T. Jett Place, and the Netterville Place are hereby strictly posted against all hunt- ing, fishi,ng or otherwise tres- tossing, including fox hunting. ,3/30/73 Charles Whetstone Th-e W00dville Re-00ubli-00, W600dville, Mis00i00slpp-1 Friday, March 16, 1973 POSTED: Rosmnont Plantation is hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. 12/1/3m FOR S/LE: TOMATO PLANTS. Better Boy hybrid, outbears ordinary varieties under adverse conditions. Try them this year. NEW! Summer Series Hybrids. Pick fruit early summer, mid- summer, and late summer, yet plant all ,at same time. We also have ordinary varieties of To- mato Plants, and all kinds of ,OSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- mg or otherwise trespassing. August Mzrtens and Susie M, Martens E,LP WANTED: Men, Women or Couples, have you been told you are too old }o work? We don't think so. Start a new career. We have openings for people who want to work just a few hours a day or .full time in Louisiana and the Gulf Coast. Good pay and benefits. Send a brief resume to Gerald Craaren, 241 Homochitto St., Ntchez, Miss. POSTED: All lands owned by the "-adersigned are hereby poster. Jainst all hunting, fish- ing or ot,herwise trespassing. Mary Johnston 6/2073 ELhel J. Walsh POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby ing). All previous posted against all hunting, lisle- revoked. lng or Lherwise t,respassing. All iorzner permisic ns revoked. Charles Campbell, Mrs. H. J. Campbell, J. N. Miller and Louis C. Miller. Jr. 10/17/73 bedding pla,nts, ferns, and hang- 3057 Government St., Baton ing baskets. If your local florist IRouge. cannot supply you, come to ou,r I 3/16/2w Greenhouses for plants. Withers Greenhouses, Highway 24 East. FOR SALE: Fresh game hen 3/16/3w eggs, 20% below market. 3 dozen per day available. Phone FOR SALE: 1972 Ford Gran- 888-4260. Torino, 2-door, 302 cu. in. V-8, 3/16/3w power steering, power d,isc brakes, air conditioned, new FOR SALE: All top quality ....................... tires, excellent condi4Aon. $2,300. Garden Seed and Fertilizer. POSTED: All lands owned by Phone 888-4282 o,r contact Robert Planters Hardware, phone 888- -the undersigned are hereby L. Skipper, Woodville Police 2521. poted against all hunting, fish- Dent 3/16/4w ing or otherwise respassing. Stray clogs will be killed. 13/16/3w FOR SALE: Six Angus bulls. 12/1/73 Mrs. O. K. Ferguson /FLEA MARKET: March 23, 24 Production tested, long bodied, POSTED: Shamrock Ranch sl and 25 at Gayden Store,! 6 years old. Henry Darden, hmcby posted against all' Gurley, La. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Phone 645-5773, Centreville. hunting, fishing or otherwise At least eight dealers. Refresh- 3/16/2wp t, respassing (including fox hunt- merits available. permissions 3/16/lw BOCKING General Merchand{se, POSTED: All lands owned by the undesigne.d are hereby poed agains.t all hunting, fish- ng or otherwise trespassing. 7/1/73 Mrs. R. A. J. Sessions TESTED ,and approved by mil- l lions of homemakers. Blue: Lus.re ,crpet cleaner is tops. Ben Franklin Store. 3/16/lw WNT,ED: Land to lease for hunting rights only, in swamp area of Wilkinson County. Con- tact Millard Milton, 345 Pine St., Denham Springs, La., phone 504-6,65-8086. 3/9/4wp FOR SALE: New Holland model 66 PTO baler, Ford model 140 mower, John Deere model 350 rake, all in excellent condition. Phone af.ter 5 p.m., 634-2473, Jackson, La., or 344-6{)89, Ba{on Rouge. No collect calls. HOUSE FOR SABLE: Carter Sub- INCOME TAX Assistance. The division. 3bedroom, 2-bath, undersigned will assis in prep- large den a,nd kitchen. Spacious I aration of Federal and State lot. Call 888-2721 for appoin't-lineome tax forms at hdme fer ment. 15 p.m. weekdays and all day Saturdays. Dorsey Trevlllion, FOR SALE' Rebuilt Volkswagent Ph. 888-3251. motors. All models, u,p to 1972. Phone 639-4421 on weekencs; 504-357-8155 on weekdays. 3/2/5wp LUZIER COSMETICS: To buy or sell, call 888-320,2 or 886-6675. 2/2/8w POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hun.ting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 3/9/ly Cleo C. Cassels 2/2/8w 3/9/3w POSTF23: Longview Plantation SEMI-DRIVERS NEEDED: Brok- ts he,re,by posted agwinst all er for Pre-Employment Train- hunlng, fishing or otherwise ing. Immediate openings on trespassing. Violators wi'll be Semi-Tractor Trailers. No ex- I prosecuted. perience necessary. Average ha-'ll/10/6mp Mrs. Carolyn H. Cage tional earnings are exceptionally .... high. For application call Area'' ]Code 601-693-6694, or write Mid- South Services. P. O. Box 19327, BULBS BULBS REDUCE safe and fast with Indianapols, Indiana 46219. GoBese Tablets and E-Vap 2/23/4w "water pills." Martens Drug Adams County Co-Op BULBS lawn and garden POSTED. All land owned by 9/22/73 Charles L. (}raves I the undersigned are hereby l posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise threspassmg. James M. McCraine POSTED: All lands owned by he undersigned are hereby st,ricl,ly posted. No hunting, fish- ing or trespassing without wrt- I, en l)ermlt from owner. 12/15/73 Jack Stockett Gxocery, Notary Public, Book- keeping, Tax Service, cosmetics, .shoes, clothing, feeds, seam- stress. We invite your business. Cheapest prices in town---never undersold. Even though cri,ppled since August 4. 1972, I will give you the same serwce as always, although I am unable 1;o give de- livery service at pre.ent. Good service .and good work our spe- cialty, and trying to please you is our aim. Rring me your tax the under.signed are hereby ................................. posted agains all hunting, fish- POSTED: All lands owned by papers, accounting, notary, and ing or otherwise trespassing. All the undersigned are hereby bookkeeping work. Located in previous permissmns revoked. -- posted agains all hunting, fish- side alley acgoss Main St.. Cen- i! , E. P, (Brltt) Lobrano. ing er otherwise trespassing, treville, from Crown Serviee 1/1/7 ' 12/1/ly Mrs. J. M. Lessley Station bus stop. Mabel D. Boek- ing, Bocking General Merehan- POSTED: All lands owned by POSTED: All lands owned Dy dise. Grocery, Notary Public, ,the undersigned are hereby the undersigned are hereby P. O. tox 9456, Centreville, Mtss., posted against all 1)respasslng 0osted againsl, all rmnting, fish- Phone 1-601-645-5198. and hunting dogs. Violators will ng or oherwise trespassing. 3/9/lw be proseeuled to the fullest ex- 11/11/73 Mrs. Hayden Pbares teng of the law. Trespassers do POSTED: Judydahl Farm. Is so at theist own risk. hereby strictly posted agaln,t 9/29/6mp Delos Floyd all hunting, fishing and other- wise trespassing.' All previous :..', POSTF_zD: All lands owaaed or permissions revoked. leased by the undersigned are Carl M. Treppendahl, Jr. hereby posted against all hun- 12/2 73 !' .,' ing, fishing or otherwise tres- ,i) , I .... pazing.  POSTED: All lands owned by : ,' j ? , , !:?.'.. 2/21/73 Fred Netberwlle the uder,signed in Seet, ion,s :.'  .... 8, 9, 19 and 21, T3N, R4W, Wil- I, :' . , . , ' : ,TED'. Elml Plan'taton zn kinson Coun.ty, here- Miss., are ,''' "' ...... Wilkinson Cott., ", "" ' ' Msslasppt, by posted against all hunting, is hereby poste2 against all fishin,g or otherwise respassing. htmting, fishing or otherwise Violators will be prosecuted. trrespassing. All previous perm,s- Dr. Kenneth O. Williams, B. R. ions revoked. Williams. Jr., R. L. Burrow, Jr., Major Chezter W. Henderson William A. Neeley. ,:,;" 2/9/73 10/20/6m POSTED: AIL iads owned b POSTED: All lands owned by tim undersig::ed are hereby the undersigned are hereby $45 posted againsl, hunting, fishing, posted against all hunting, fish- grazing and otberwme trespass- mg or atherwise trespassing. lng. 9/22/6mo. Sidney E. Chambers Holly Hill Plantation @/24/73 Ruby M. Crook, et al POSTED: All lands owned and leased by the undersigned are POSTED: All lands owned by hereby posted against all hunt- the undersigned are hereb: rag, fishing or otherwise tres- $40 .' posted agains all hunting, fish- ". lng or otherwise trespassing. All previous permissions are hereby revoked. 4/.14/73 Mrs. S. B. Curry POSTED: AI} lands owned ,by the undersigned are hereby #rletly posted against all tres- Violators will be prose- cured to She f, ullest exten,t of t ],aw, Trespassers do so at the*ir own risk. Mrs. Lotta Ventress Rryan James A. Ventress 72 All lands owned by the undersigned in Wilkinson unty, Miss., are hereby posted against all iorms of trespassing. 'Dogs or hogs will be destroyed. Mrs. Annis Dooley, Claude Doo- ley, and Clarence Do01ey.. g/i0/73 . POSTED: All lands owned by the Estate of D. H. Brnnan and .Mrs. S. P. Brannan, including passing. All stray dogs and hogs will be killed. Henry and Staf- ford Fo,rd. 10/13/Smp POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise Lyesspassing. 5/7/73 Sample Whitehead POSTED: All lands owned by the unde,rsigned are hereby posted against all forms of tres- passing and against hogs t all times. J. D. McCraine 3/30/73 D.L. McCvaine POSTED: Pleasant Valley Plan- tation and the Richard Peets Tract are posted aainst 11 respassing. Hun,tin.g and fish- ing by invitation only. ].1/3/73 Kathleen O'Fallon POSTED: Woodlan,d, S t o c k Frm and Jolmson Place are hereby posted again,st all forms of trespss4n*g. All hogs and dogs our Ford's Creek, Whltestown places, ,/pOSted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. " @/26/73 P'OSTED: All land-s--owned bY t9 undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- trig or otherwise trespassing. All revious permissions revoked. 8/8/73 Mrs. T. O. Sessions Still and will be killed. 'are hereby 11/3/6m Prentiss Ferguson POSTED: Bowling Green Plan- tation is hereby posted against all hunting. All previous permis- sions revoked. POSTED: All lands owned by the Tansy Island Hunting Club, as well a all lands leased or controlled by the Club, are hereby strictly posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise POSTED: 2xtl lands owned by tresoassinu. the undersigned are hereby ................................................. ppsted against hutki,g, fishlrg, HEART FUND Memorlal Dona- dogs, and hogs, and otherwise tions will be acknowledged )assing. Mrs. Thelma Coghlan, Mrs. Bessie Woods, Billy 10/3/73 Woods, Glenn Wesberry POSTED: Artonisla and other lands lying West of Buffalo p. .... River, East and South of Mls- SlssIppl .River, and North by bke Mary are hereby strictly posted. All former permits re- yoked. Please no one ask per- mtsslon until further notified. ,III.8 R. M, Strleker Es, promptly as directed. Write or call Mrs. John S. Lewis, Memo- rial Fund Chairr'.:m, Woodville. ASYLUM LODGE 1;3 F&AM Regular Meeting First Tuesday Each Month WM. H. WILKINSON CHAPTER R.A.M. Regular Meeting Second Tuesday Each Month Store. 3/9/2wp REDUCE excess fluids with Fluidex $1.69. Lose weight with Dex-A-Diet capsules $1.98 at Martens Drugs. 3/9/3wp POSTED All lands owned or controlled ,by H. E. Smith or Robert Harold Smith are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or .otherwise trespassing. 12/8/6m POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. All previous permissions are hereby revoked. Mrs. Robert Redhead 3/2/4w The RIGHT look is the BRIGHT look. Let's put a MIRROR in that OLD FRAME. CUMBO'S FRAME SHOP, Woodville, Miss. 3/2/4w POSTED: All lands owned or leased by Treppendahl larms, Inc. re hereby posted again:st all trespassing. All previous permissions revoked. 2/23/ly POSTED: The Lessley Tract o the Morg,an Estate, beter known as the Clark Place, lo- cated in Wilkinson C,oun.ty and leased by the undersigned s hereby posted aainst all hunt- ing, fis,hing or otherwise tres- passing. Trespassers Will be prosecuted. ll/3/6mp C. Earl Cage center has just received a large shipment of all types of planting bulbs. We feature all the supplies needed for a complete lawn and garden center. Our lawn and garden expert is ready to help you in all your garden needs. Visit our Lawn and Garden Center today! ADAMS COUNTY CO-OP Day 442-7488 - Phone - Night 442-8430 1 Wilson Road Natchez, Miss. TO SERVE YOU BETTER $30 "" $20!, 3"an Feb Mar Al00r May Yun J'ul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec A typical Total Eleclrle service bill could have variations such as shown by the solid line. Payments on the Level Pay Plan (based On the same usage) wmfld be similar to the dotted line. ( *The preceding i a smpled e.Tlanaffon of MP&L's rhler schedule RB-4, ,hich has been authorized by &dy constituted regtdatory attthority attd stales, "'The customer's monthly use will be billed at the applicable rate ?tnd his account debited hz the asual manner. The atnount so detetwdned will be adjasled so that the net atnount payable fi)r service bt the carrent month shall equal, to the nearest whole dolhw, the average atnount billed to the cttstonter tinder the applicable, rate for tweh,e months ending with the current month, plus or minas one-twelfth of the accltmulated dffer- ctzce betweet! previoas monthly attwltttt.v debited and lh prior atatettwttl.v of tteg amout r' pa)'able jbr /nuttthl.v ervk' ttndr thin' plan." MP&L's "Loyal Pay Plan" helps you budget... andhelps your peace of mind, too. People who live h Mississippi linG# fl,e weather can vary a great dealhot ia summer, cold in winter. And when the weather fluctuates, so do certain monthly bills. The utility bill, for instance. It can go up irt the summer hea you need lots of air conditioning; up too in the winter during the heating season. But in between, when you're sing only the normal household appliances, your electric bill may be considerably lower. Variation like flint can put a strain on your budget and on your peace of mind, loo. But many Mississippi Power &. Light customers, whose service bills are more than $120 a },ear, avoid the uncertainty of "peaks and wflleys" in their billing by taking advantage of MP&L's Level Pay Plan. What is Level Pay? Simply put, the amount you pay each month is approximately 1/12 of the anaount payable for service used in the 12 month period ending with the current month. Becanse usage of dectricity wrics from month to month, Level Pay cannot be based simply on a calendar year; instead it is art average amount derived from the 12 months preceding tile month for which you are billed.* Does it sound complicated? It isn't really. And if you're interested in the advantages the Level Pay Plan can mean for your budget arrangements, call your local office of MP&L. We will be glad to explain how Level Pay is another featur of MP&L that helps the.Company to serve you better. 00ISSiSSiPPl POWER & LIGHT 0 Dars ttdpit# Build Missis@pi MIDDLE SOUTH UTILITIES ,YSTF..M