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April 6, 1973

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Friday, April 6, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page 7 Y r , l. COUNTY AGENT&apos;S NOTES by John J. Dale, Jr. SOYBEAN NOTES ling facilities, basements in the Treating soybean sed with  corner neare.% the direction fungicide,is no .,ubstitute NOTICE TO BUILDING CONTRACTORS May, 1973, to defend the Suit No. 5998 in said Cou,rt of Etta Lindsey Poole, wherein y:ou are the defendant. This 14th day of March. A. D.. 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk ,2elJressmn, such as a ditch oi treatment rather than a slurry. I . ' '" ' ' " The slurry technique results in rawne. a more thorough covering to l No ma,tter where you are, the seed. but also offers more]keep a battery-powered radio opportunity for additional me-lwit'h :0u to listen to weather chanieal injury to the seed. !information and .to hear when  the warning has been lifted Buylno t,he best =eed av.ail- I ' ' : able from a reputable seects- I TIMBER MANAGEMENT man and planting only after Stud,ies ,show that most of :-:cil temperatures are above 68 Mississippis woodlands could degrees F will do much to off-],triple production with better set many of the potential stand management. This 1.nclude: problems. Better s:toeking. We need a good stand of trees of the right four] from which the tornado ia ap- Sealed bids will be received by 3/23/3w <cund, vigorous seed. But this] l::oadhmg, and mter.::r corri- the Boa,rd of Supervis,rs 'of Wil- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Year tiaere  a limited sup,lyldors. , kinson County, Mississippi, in Wherea's, Letters Testamen- f this typ, seei. Funglcid..[ Some p:aces not to seek .shel- the Board Room of the Court-[tary on the Estate of Mrs. !rcatment is a means of refluc-iter include near windows, aufli- house in Woodville, Mississippi, [Undine F. Ferguson, Deceased m sc.?d rot and seedling: di-itoriums, gymnasiums, structures up to noon on Tuesday, the 17th. [were granted and issued to the sc:)ses thtt are more likely t[with large, poorly supported day of April, 1973, to ' remodel [unde, rsigned, Oscar K. Fcrguson, be pv:b!ems with seed of low] roofs, upper stories of office and repair the Wilkinson County [Jr., and Audrey J Ferguson, by vigor. [lsuild'.ngs, house trailers, and Commodity House by addition the Chancery Court of Wilkin'- T,'is year, fungicide treat- r.ear parked vehicles, of partitions, floors, and ceiling, son County. Mississippi, on tle merits are recom',nenfled if you i If you "tire driving in open'and repairs to windows, floor 30 day of March, 1973; are planting seed of less than country and s.ight a tornado, and existing walls as needed Naw Thor.ofnro rill noren: 80 percent germination, when I try to get away by driving a:t which may be further'particu- having a-cla'imor'cla;ms a'in'st' YOu are plantin early May 1-Irigh't angles to the path of the larized a follows, .to-wit: said E:state are hereby notified 15) and if the land has a his- storm. If .there is no time and 1..Room 21' x 57' fr office and required to have the same tory of .stand problems due to I there is no upright or under- partitions probated and registered by the seedling disea,ses in the past. ground shelter available, get A.. Under layment, on floor, Clerk of the Chancery Court of WI]n .q fn','ioida trofimon I OUt of the car and seek protec- mrtmle board 3/8' th.lck Wilkinson County, Mississippi, is ito-b-e used-'u.e'a'hpper'o'xl tin by lying in the nearest B. :Abesto, vinyle rue service within six (6} months after the gauge species; trees that are adapted to the particular site. Timber stand improvement, or cull tree removal. Some for- esters estimate tha.t as m:uch as 25 percen,t of the forest land is occupied by cull .and low value trees. Better harvesting praeticea Many of he pine plantations and young stands esbablished in the 1950's are now in need of thinning TORNADO SAFETY Tornado season is at hand. Here are some suggestions from the Nation,al Safety Council on ,how best to protect yourself frc.m injury during these severe storms. Some safe places for shelter from tornadoes include modern z, teel-reinforced office buildings, Storm sl]elters, ,tunnels, caves, root cellars, sub - basements, bank vaults, under groun'd pa,rk- m ii LOANS I'rom $100 to $5,000 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much r.s to V2 And Sometimes Even More Free COUNSELING SERVICE Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Finance, Inc. Depot Street Phone 888-2011 " i ii Come Mow & SPRING SPECIALS!:.. FREE equipment with new Ford Lawn & Garden Traor purc,hu,e hoWl ,* q,:...p  ,IYtJ* C,Ht tll ,jliih. b.kU'.J ltl:,:tnn,.,lt, FREF.,! C011t irl .................... ii IIII ..... SAVINGS LIKE THESE! Model 100 Lawn & Garden Tractor, base price $1295.O0. Get a 42" mower worth $225.00 at no additional cost. THIS SPECIAL OFi:ER-EXPIRES MAY 31, 1973. Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. C. Wall existing, prefinish plywood paneling D. Partition walls, same as exlting walls with pine studs on 16" centers E. Ceiling - lay in accoustic tile 2' x 4' F. Repair to existing door and hardw, are G. Painting - all 'base boaa'd new .mold doors, interi,or win- dows and new work on eve of roof 2". Repair roofing - remove on eves and replace d,amaged wood- work 3. Hall A. Under layment on floor 3/8" particle board with service gauge, vinyle abesto tile B. Repair existing walls a.nd place plywood paneling up to picture mold, approximately 9' 9", paint from pic.ture to ceiling and repair and paint existing ceiling 4. Conference Room A. Repair existing Koor, pl,ce under l, ayment particle board 3/8" with service gauge, vinyle abesto tile B. Walls - plywood paneling] approximately 9' 9" high, pain, t I from top of paneling to ceiling and ceiling a C. Repair windows ] 5. Take closet and place pr-] tition, set two (2) commodes nd I two (2) lavatories, connect to I existing sewerage A. Foor - under layment 3/" particle board with vinyle abesto tyle B. Walls - plywood paneling 6. Electrical A. Two (2) wall plugs in each office, door swi'tch and overhead light All partitions to have base, shoe molding and finish mold at ceiling. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. This 15th day of Mrch. 1973. ALonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 3/23 ,'4w NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Tes'tamentary upon the Estate of Harris D. Jones, Deceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery" Court of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, on the 14th day of March, 1973. all persons aving claims against said e.,.tate .are hereby notified .to have the same probated, reg- Istered and alowed by the Clerk of said Court within six (6) months from the date of *he first publication of this notice, cJr the same 'will be forever barred. Clara C. Jones Executrix 3/23/w -NoN-'SIDENT SUMMONS State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson To: Charlie Young, Jr., a finn-resident of the State of Mississippi, whose Post Office and Street Addre is: 11721 South Plorla Street, Chicago, Illlaois. You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, on the Third Monday of May, A. D.. 1973. to defend suit No. 5997, in said Court of Hattie Mac Jones Young, wherein you are the Defendant. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Ch'anery Clerk 3/23/4,w State of Mississippi. To. Herbert Arnet't Poole, Jr. You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Wilkinson in said State, on the third Monday of Doggie Fare DOG FOOD 16 oz. can 10c MR. PAUL'S Su \\; first publication of this Notice to Creditors. A failure to so probate and register said claim or claims within said time will forever ba,r the same. In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set ,our hands this the 30th day of March, 1973. Oscar K. Ferguson, Jr., and Audrey J. Ferguson Co-Executors of the Estate of Mrs. Undine F. Ferguson, Deceased Adams, Forman, Truly, Wa,rd, Smith & Bramlette Solicitors 4/6/3w Yellow Sweet CORN ear 10c ] MR. PAUL'S Supermarket Want Ads Get Quick Results! Krackles DOG FOOD 25 lb. bag $2.99 MR. PAUL'S Supermarket NOTICE to Patrons of Williams & Williams Funeral Home and Policy Holders of Standard Burial Association Contrary to recent Rumors, we are not going I I out of business. We are looking forward to our 40th anniversary in 1974.. signed Mrs. Hattie Hull: Woodville Branch Manager Clifford Robinson: Presiden  For growing reasons. Think of it as money " . "23 -i :2:l Carry a BariAmericard For your own special reasons. B FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK BRANCH OF DEPOSIT GUARANTY NATIONAL BANK GROW WII"H. US/CELLE MISS./MEMBER F.D I,C.,,