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i The Woodville Republican, Woodvii;e, Mis.isslpp Page 7 " .................................................. A. D.. 1973. Ruby Caulfeild COUNTY AGENT&apos;S NOTES [ ,. c. 00.eak. Jr. by John J. Dale. Jr. I Executors ................................ ,, .,, !4/13 '4w PREPARE FOR LATE SOYBEAN PLANTING West;. Wilkinmn County, Missis- sippi, and estimated to contain 892.225 board feet of pine and 560.180 board feet hardwood sawtimbcr (Doyle Rule); anti. 867 cords hardwood pulpwood, M].sissippi delta. In hill areas NOTICE OF SALE more or less. Before bids are where baekwatcr was prasent. Whereas. the Unit.ed StatEs of submitted, full information con- ap:ly phosptlarus and potasll flmcrica, acting by anti through earning the material for sale, Forestry Notes Pine Bettle infestations in Wil- kiqson and eight othGr south- west Mississippi counties. by Tracy Smith, County Forester The control crews "are avail- Efforts are e.urrently under- able to fell and chemically way :: Wilkinson County to Treat infesteti trees in the areas cm:trol a pi::e tree killing where salvage cuttin;g is not beetle which foresters saY could practical. cause severe timber dalnage in Faced with the prospect of on sails testing low in eitt]er t:-e Farmers Home Admh]is.tra- plantin ,soybeans about three of these nutrients Bre.dcat tion Unilcd States Department Weeks later than usual because end di:k in a. soon as the soil of k.rh'ulture, is the owner of wet I'.elds in the hill sections, l::ccmcs dry "' ,' en..usn, land holder of the following real Wilkinson- Caunly f a r m e r s ae yovr r:)unty agent for estale deed of trust, securing .heu!d l?lan a-off prcpn.re extra more detailed information or an indebtcdnc-s therein men- Well for this crop. for help in applying this infer- I.!oned and eovermg certain real Soybeans can be planted over motion to a specific farming esta;e hereinafter described le- a Wide range of dates with.qut stuation, cate in Wilkiuson County, Mis- ign'.f!cant yielti reductions. Af- ter June 1. however, it is aflvis- UREA FOR NITROGEN i]s:ss:ppl' s:lid dted of trust be- ing duly rccurded in the office able to l:lant only medium to Under most conditions urea is of the Chancery Clerk in and late maturing varieties. Theseljust as satisfactory as a source far said County and State: Grantors: Jessie Coles and in,elude Dart;s, Lee ed. Pickett 71, ef nitrogen as any other ,'-,aurce.,wife ' Alberta C. Coles: Date Ex- SCmme and Bragg. I It has given goad results when ecuted: June 27. 1968: Trust Eoth the quantity and quality al:plied after June 1 on summer i Deed Book: 37; Page:. 356. of soybean seed are below nor- pastures. Summer applications,, Whereas. default has occurred real this ye.,r, dame seed may of granular urea on permanent in the payment of the indebt- have experienced additional de- pastures have been just as goad 'terioration during storage, as ammon:um nitrate, l edness secured by said deed of trust. and the Uuit, ed States of Whi!e waiting m plant, have seed on had retestefl for ger- Slight nitrogen losses in urea America, as Beneficiary, has in,at!vn to find any poor lots occur when it is ,applied in early authorized and instructed me ,and to ad.just planting rates to slcri.g t,o summe,r permanent as Suhstitut:.' Trustee. to fore- com2ens%e for germination loss. !ca',smres. Any urea gives .good close said deed of trust by ad- " results when applied just be/ore vertisemenL and sale at public Seed of less than 60 percent germin_.  ........ a good rain when irrigated after I auct!:cn in accordance with the anon noum oe planea . . ' o apphcahon or any tzme it is statutes made and provided nly as a last re.sort To help[ ....... !c,rotee  ...... I pu into me son. therefor. [ eea germmaung oemw LAND PREPARATION Therefore. notice is hereby I given that pursuant to the power of sale con,tained in said 80 percent, or when planting on fields with a history of stand! !croblems. use a recommended fungicide in a hopper box. Seedbed prep,oration and weed centrol go together. While there is a certain a'mount of risk associated with drying out the seedbed when ir, corgorating ,he,vb!cid.es. 'there .is also a risk associated with Planting in .heavily infeted johnsongrass fields without a herbicide. Ccnsier the minimum of Due to lateness of the season. some form of minimum tillage will likely be adv, antageous. What system you use will de- pend on the cond.itl, en of the land ,as to foulness, whether it is rutted and moisture cond,i- I deed of trust and m accordance I with the statutes made and pro- i v!ded therefor, the said deed of trus, t will be foreclosed and the property covered thereby and hereinafter described will tions. Other factors to conside,r be sold at public auction to the are machinery available and highest bidder for cash at the soil type. front door of the counw court- Any method of land prepara- house in the town of Woodville. tion should accomplish two Mississippi, in bhe aforesaid things: get rid of weeds and County at eleven o'clock a.m., edbed preparation when plant- form a bed suitable for plant- ing late. M,any fields may still.tag. Three good tools to use are require ,a couple of shallow disk- the pulver!bing disc, disc h',p- ln,gs to smooth ruts left from Ipers a:,.d pring tooth chisel harvesting last all. I plows. If planting is done with little or no tillage, a number of rec- ommended he,rbteides are avail- able for contact and preemer- grace use. Fertility should already be adequate for soybeans on mos,t A simple method of minimum tiBage where there a,re weeds to destroy would be to hip up, follow with the disc. rehip to form planting bed, apply pre- plant herbicide ,w.ith rolling cul- tivator, do-all, triple K and Soils in the flooded area of the plan. n NOTICE TO CREDITORS on the 7th day of May 1973. to satisfy the indebtedness now due under and secured by said deed of trust. The premises to be sold are described as: Beginning at the southeast corner of that certain 4,ract of land cnnveyed John G. Soder on January 5. 1937, by the Fed- eral Land Bank of New Orleans. by deed reco,rded in Book 3-1. page 422. said point being on the north ,margin of right-of- way of the Cenereville and Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- Men[rose Public Road: thence ,issippi, on the 10th day of North 59 03' East, along the Apifll, 1973. all ,persons having north margin of .the Centreville claims against said estate are and Montr, ose Public Road 312.0 hereby notified to have he feet to a stake, ,he true point same probated, registered and of beginning; thence North 39 allowed by the Clerk of the said 25' West 848.3 feet to a stake: 'Letters Testamentary upon Court within six (6) :months [,he Estate of Annie Caulfeild from the date of first publica- Winston, deceased, ,having been lion of this notice, or the same granted and issued to the un- will be forever barred. der,-:igned by the Chancery This the 10th day of April, i [_ I I II i Come Mow. & TOW SPRING FREE oquipmen.t with new Ford Lawn & Garden Tractor purchase now! Hre' a tl , c,r.m,'.er 1(1 UIy rlOw [u a new Frd LBw' a.d Garden l'r,,lct= ,,, 14,d,,r Mwer .,d. <top,erldir'=l ,,'m ,todeI, gel =' '  ':1WLZ} . T'urnl,: (',art or ,;Iras,l bi%:l iltlachlrte/lt FREE! Coz! it., ,aml w'll gvt, ,/c.,t de,tO,its ...... SAVINGS LIKE THESE! Model 100 tuwn & Garden. Tractor, base price $1275.00. Get a 42 ' mower worth $225.00 at no additional cost. THIS SPECIAL OFFER EXPIRES MAY 31, 1973; .Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. thence North 59 03' East 104.0 feet to .a stake: thence South 39 25' East 856.3 feet to a stake on the north maroin of the Centxeville and Men[rose Public Road: thence along the north margin of the Centreville and M, ontrose Public Road in a SouthwEsterly direction 105.7 feet to a stake, the true poin,t Of beginning, containing 2.01 acres, more or less, .and being a part of Section 15, Township 1 North, Range 1 East, and being Lot 4 of the Harvey Land Subdivi'ion as .hown by plat of L. W. Guy, Registered Engi- neer, dated October 30 1967, a copy of which is attached to the deed d.ccorded in'Book 5-W, Page 367, Conveyance Records. Wilkinson County, Mississippi. A.pril 10, 1973 Date John R. Bounds Substitute Trustee Duly authorized to act in the premise,s by instrument dated February 9 1973, and recorded in Book 49, Page 65. of the records cf the aforesaifl County and State. 4/13/4w --NOTICE TO CREI)ITORS Letters of Administration, C. T. A., having been granted on the 17th day ef April. 1973. by he Chancery Cou:rt of Wil- kin.son Ccunty, Mississippi, to the undersigned upon the Es- tate of Dick Rosso, Deceased. not'me, is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate to preent same to the Clerk of said Court for pro- bate and registration according to law, within six (6) months from this date, or the same will be forever brred: Samuel W. Rosso Administrator C. T. A of the Estate of Dick Rosso, Deceased. 4/20/4w INVITATION FOR BIDS Forest Products For Sale On County School Lands Sealed bids will be received by the Clerk. Wilkinson County Board of supervisors, Woodville, Mlssi'ssippi, up to and not later ,than 10 a.m., May 14, 1973, for the :right to cut and remove all trees marked or designa,ted for that purpose on Section 19, I Townhip 4 North, Range 2 conditions of sale and submis- the area if its advancing sion of bids ahould be obtained tack is not soon curbed. from the County Forester Mis- si rspp Forestry Commission. Wcodville. Mississippi. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. This 17th day of April. 1973 Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 4 2D/4w - NON-RESIDENT SUMMONS State of Missi,.-slppl County of Wilkinson To: William S. Davis. A The State of MississippL al- The MissLssippi Forestry Com- mission has employed special control crews t treat Southern Davis. wherein you are a De- fe/dant. This the 24th tidy of April, A. D., 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Chancery Clerk 4/27 4w non-resident of the State of,To Princella Brown: Mississippi, whose Post C ffice and Street AddrEss is: West Feliciana P,arish Jail St. Francisville. Louisiana 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. You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Wilkinson in said State, on the Third Monday of May, 1973. to defend the Suit No. 6005 in said Courl of James Hunter and Rosie Lee Arnett. wherein you are tie defendant. This 12tt] day of April. 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon. Clerk E007. in said Court of Mary Lee 4,20/3w EASTER EGG HUNT AT NEIGIIBORHOOD FACILITY I am urging local landowners to cooperate with the control effort by requesting assistance .of the crews in treating in- festation on thei,r property. As p.art of the local effort, the Mississippi Forestry Corn- 251 eggs was found, and tle On Friday, April 20, several members of the Friendship Club Extension Homemakers held an Easter egg hunt for children under 12 yea,rs of age. The event took place at the Neighborhcod Facility in Woodville from four until five o'clock. Present for the hunt were 72 eligible chillren, 35 overage children and seven committee members. A total of p,rty was enjoyed by all Mrs. Blrdia B. GrEgory, presi- dent; Mrs. Mary Freeman. sec- retary. CARD OF THANKS mission Is appealing to land- owner,s to cut and sell infested trees at salvage prices when such cutting is practical. Sal- vage cutting is the most ef- fective means of controlling tl:e advance of the destructive beetle. h:sistance in determining which trees should be cut and salva.ge marketing information is available to landowners through my office. Landowners may request as- sis[once in salvaging or chem- ically [rearming infested trees by calling either 888-46{]1 or 888- 4632. Southern Pine Beetle activity We wish to express ,cur sin- cere thanks to all of our friends and neighbors who were so kind to us following the death of ou,r brother, Ernest Slan. May God bless each of you. His Sisters and Brothers. the past six months in Lincoln, Amite. Franklin. Copiah, Hinds, Claiborne. Jefferson Adams and has been steadily growing for Wilkinson counties. March 31. 1973 ASSETS Cash and due from banks ........................................... $ 86,295,427 U.S. TreasuCy securities ........................................... 50,377,604 Obligations of State and political subdivisions .......................... 64,824,151 Other securities ................................................... 6,422.745 Federal Funds Sold ................. , ............................... 33.850.000 Loans ........................................................... 396,474 513 Bank Premises and equipment ....................................... 11:933.915 Accrued Income and other assets .................................... 7.920.595 TOTAL ASSETS .............................................. 8658,098,950 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock .......................................... $ 10,481,625 Surpl us .............................................. 32,518.375 $ 43,000,000 Undivided Profits .................................................. 1,649,192 Long term bills payable ............................................ 5.140,000 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................................. 49,789,192 RESERVE FOR POSSIBLE LOAN LOSSES ........................... 6,733,557 LIABILITIES Deposits: Demand ........................................ $284.624,230 Ti me and savi ngs .................................. 242,022,117 TOTAL DEPOSITS ........................................... 526,646,347 Federal Funds Purchased ........................................... 59 550,000 Accrued taxes and interest .......................................... 4.120.518 Unearned income and other liabilities ................................. !12.mfi59,336 TOTAL LIABILITIES.' ................................ " ......... 601,57,.2Q1 TOTAL CAPITAL. RESERVES ND L,ABILITIES . $658,098,950 CENTREVILLE ADVISORY BOARD Mrs. E. B. Robinson, Chairman Charles H. Campbell Jack Q. Causey Joe D. Gordon Donnie Nutt William H. Smith William R. Trask BRANCH BANKS CENTREVILLE, FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK/CLINTON, BANK OF CLINTON GREENVILLE, GREENVILLE BANK/McCOMB, MECHANICS BANK MONTICELLO, MONTICELLO BANK/NATCHEZ, CITY BANK & TRUST CO. NEWHEBRON, NEWHEBRON BANK FARM E RS EXC HANG E BAN K BRANCH OF DEPOSIT GUARANTY BANK GROW WITH US/CEN .LE ER F.D. ? ./:; r f i:/!