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Friday, July 6. 1973 "l&apos;he Woodville Republican, Woodville, M;sslss;pp; .... day fOr:n00 e I f Eu00.,d00llAu0000u00t from f00,r00'hel0073't::eReVenUeuse00 purchase Iof Sllar-tl00e From ..................................................................... "rh -,,e Files Of b. John J. Dale, Jr. [FiI'L Supervisor's SEparate Roafl District one ,1, Crawler The Republican ........................................................................ tractor with 6 cylinder. 4 cycle. PASTURES [uation. If only a small percent- f33 Eubic il:eh. 4 3/4 bore 6 incll 6IIaclv al'd ! turn backward, Getting clover growing m yourlage of your acreage has yet been stroke die.sol eugme developing permanent grass pastures is one l.ulanted, there is no better al- 105 H.P. at flywiecl, at 1750 Oh Time, in thy flight .... " ef the bst things to improve.ternative than to plant beans R.P.M. individual adjostment ....................................................................... the quality of you," grazing, as long as prices continue in free fuel injection pulnps, witil 25 YEARS AGO Idirect elEctl"iz starting system A good ('lover like Regal in tlle $5 to $li range. i and using No. 2 fuel oil as pre- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Calvert and fescue, bermudagrass, dallis or There is less chance of rook- scribed by the factory, with family of Vidalia. La., spent balli:grass will improve quality ing a norlnal crop when planI- power shift transnussion, with the past weekend at the llome inErea.e production and supply ing in July, but yields of 20 ltvdraulic control unit with cf Mrs. R. B. Row. nitrogen. While clove," requires bushels per aEre or more are a pH of 6.0 or above and a good posible. ,'W'l'ly of t?ho.phate an pot- ash. teet them from weeds insects.internationa I TD 15. Serial No. and root damage resulting from 15027a2. that has ceasgd 'to be deep cultivation, used 0y tile First Supervisor's Weeds in summer pastures Separate Road District. bids for should be controlled by clipping which will be received at the or spraying. The good grazing same tilne and place as bids for The decision as to how late plant, s will then benefit from the purchase of tl]e new Crawler soybeans can be planted should all the moisture and fertilizer tractor are reEeived and pay- be based on the individual siL- l the soil can supply, merit shall be made therefor at such time. The Board reserves completed this slreel will be one of the best in town. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Watson. accompanied by Miss MattiL' Leak and by Pat Leak left this week in their car for Oklaholna City where they will make their home in the future. Itis mother. Mrs. Kate Leak. will join tham there at a later date. Use 400 to 6C0 pounds of a 0-20-20 or its equivalent per acre each year to help maintain tile rass-clover mixture. Good graz- ing management keeps grass down and favors clover growth. JULY SOYBEANS State of Mississippi. To Dorothy Moore Green. You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Wilkinson in ,said State. on the first Monday of November. 1973: to defend the Suit No. 8015 in .said Court of Willard Lee Green. wherein you are the defendant. This 26th day of June, A. D.. 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon. Clerk 6/29/3w NOTICE TO MOTOR VEHICLE AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received by tle Board of SupErvisor.s of Wilkinvon County, Mississippi, in the Board Room of the Court- house in Woodville. Mississippi, up to noon on Tuesday, the 7th. day of &ugust, 1973. to purchase for cash for the use of the Second Supervisor's Separate Road District, one (1) new 1973 custom wide body /2 ton pickup, -- Many complimentary thanks 3131. have been made in reference t:, 7 6/2w the excellent work done by the ............................................ contractor. Mr. B. H. Bass. on I;CR SALE: 1970 Mobile Home, cur sidewalks. Con('rete has 12 x 65. 2-bedr()cm. 2-bal,h, been laid on tlle walks on M:tiu c'.':-p,t. ('entra] air and beat. .%raight bulldozer blade, and Mrs. L. B. Watt and young street from Depot street to Mr. Furnished except far b('d. Sin:ill I-ydraul:.e controlled tilt cylin- daughter. Betsy, of Baton D. C. Bramlette's resi(l,nc(,. ('qmly, a:sm],., mort?:age. Call Pi'OTECT TIlE CROPS der and with steel canopy cab. Rouge, have been spending this Weather permitting, work () ;225-7275 a[t(,r 5:33 p.ln. There is to bE accepted ,sealed week her with her mother, Mrs. concreting will be ru<]ed to 6/2!) 2w Now that row crops are begin- bi0.s for Ihe sale to tile higtest Charles MeGehee. and family, completion. FOR SAI,F: Two 14-ft. ski and ning to fruit, we nee:l to pyo- bidder for cash one (1) used Miss Sue Stockett returned home this week from Cleveland. 75 YEARS AGO pleasure lyl)l' basts, 40 h.p. lno/ors. ] Mercury. one Johnson. son, Leith, spent two days in Baton Rouge the first of the week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cain. They were accompanied equipped with at least a 392 the right to reject any and all home 'by little Elizabeth Morris. V-8 engine Cruise-O-Marie 3- bids on the purchase of the new speed transmission, right side Crawler tractor and on the sale who had been visiting her uncle and aunt for the past ten days. mount tire carrier. AM radio, of the used tractor. power steering, 5 G78 x 15-4 ply This 6th. day cf July. 1973. tires, with heavy duty bumper. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk There is to be accepted sealed 7/6 3w bids for the sale to the highest bidder for cash one '1) used 19a4 SOS Offers Assistance Dodge / ton truck Serial No 1373465. that has ceased to be To Owners Of Flood sed by tile Second Supervisor's Separate Road District, bids for Damaged Lands Page 7 .... ' )  1 ItOUSE FOR SALE: Cortex Sub- (,i,ASSIb ll,! ADS ............................................. d,ision. 3-beuroom, 2-bath, I.:CFTY pilo, fre from soil isllarg el den and kilehen. Spacious t.lw Eurpel, Elc3ned with Blue I lot. Call 888-2721 for appoint- Lustre. R,nt eh'EtriE shampooer I ment. $1. Ben Franklin Store. I---SPINETr-coNso-L-E P-IAN-O 7/6 lw Wanted responsible party to FO! SALE: Fall Tomato Plants. take over spinet piano. Can be Withers GreenhousEs. Ph. 888- seen locally. Write Credit Man- ager. P. O. Box 278. Shelbyville, Indiana 46176. 6/22 4w --.. FOR SALE: Ballia Grass, Ferti- lized Hay. Will sell at reason- Ohio, where she attended the Circuit Clerk Johnson ,s viM- loat, s. 1.railel'S and motors corn- national meeting of her music ting the different precinel.s for l)h'le for the price of the motors. sorority as a delegate from Bel- the of registering Faust Equipment Sales Box 321. haven College. .persons who are qualified. Woodville, Miss Ph. 888-4280. Mrs. Gordon L. Morris and The frame for the new gin  29/4w house is up and unles. some-. ....................... Mr. and Mrs. p. M. Stockett returned home Tuesday after spending several days in her native town of NeWton visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Scott and t;wo c h i 1 d r e n of Baltimore, Md., are expected here next week for a visit to his mother. Mrs. M P. Scott, and family. which will be received at the ] Mr. and Mrs. Orover 2"hames same time and place as bids for The Wilkinson County Soil of Shreveport, and the latter's the purchase of the new pickup Conservation District program friend, Mrs. Frank, and son of ,are received and payment shall can provide technical assistance Shreveport, .arrived here Thurs- be made therefor at such time. to cooperators and land owners[day of last week for a visit of The Board reserves the right to wlmse land was damaged in several days at the home of Mr. reject any and all bids on the recent flooding, according Lo and Mrs. J. R. Hamilton. Board Chairman Marshall Trep- purchase of the new pickup and the sale of the u.sed truck. This 6th. day ef July, 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon. Clerk 7/6 3w NOTICE TO ROAD EQUIPMENT AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supermsors of Wilkin,son County, Mississippi, in the Board Room of the Court- house in Woodville, Mississipp,, up to noon on Tuesday, the 7th. LIVESTOCK SERVICE Phone 888-6682 Livestock hauled to any auction barn or other destination of your choice at reasonable rates. Indiv:dual order buying service. Quantities of stacker cattle bid on in pasture. Other livestock services available on request. Contact O. K. FERGUSON Woodviffe, Miss. --. I I THE big comfort, THE big convenience, THE BIG 105 HP FORD 8000 TRACTOR Test drive it yourself and check these and many other important features: 105 PTO hp diesel Big power with excellent economy. 14,800 lb. working weight. Optns to suit every need. Seal Tractor Co. able priEe. Pllon:, 639-4598. fi '22/4w COME JOIN TItE FUN at Lucy's Ceramics. Hardwood. La Open every day except: Wednesdays and Sundays. 5/18, tf FOR SALE: John Deere 14T hay baler, in good condition. Con- tact Robert Hartness. Jr.. 888- 4561. 6,29/t.l' Woodville, Miss. I llI thing unforeseen happens, ev- FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, brick HOUSE FOR SALE: 3-bedroom. erything will be in shape ready veneer tome, in Centreville. 2-bath brick veneer heine in to gin the first bale offered a Alan Kniglfton phone 645-5820 Centreville. $27.500. Hewes Real or (145-224.1. Estate. John C. Hewes. phone the new glnnery. 6/2!) 4w 888-3941. Lieut. Gov. J. H. Jones has ............. returned home from his trip HELP WANTED: Dragline op- 5/18'tf to Oxford. He reports having craters on Northwest, P & HI POSTED: All lands owned by had a most delightful timc, an Bantam machines on drain-[ the Tansy Island Hunting renewing old friendships and a;,,, wo'k. For information call I01ub, as well as all lands leased recalling bygone school day,s. A{'t: Cod( 5,94, 665-2563 8 a.m. or toni;rolled by tile Club. are The Vagrant Law goes i,ll.() lo . l).n. Monday tllru Friday. hereby strictly posted against effect today and will be strictly 6 29/2w dl hunl, il,g, fishing or otherwise -- I r'resDasslDff enforced. Loafers and idlers FOR SALE: 3-bedroom brick will now have a hard tim(, and home with central air and HEART FUND Memorial Dona- F pendnhl 50 YEARS AGO Types of a,ssistanee available Miss Lillian Tucke'r is visiting were determined by the board:at the home of Mr. and Mrs. of cmnmissioners of the districtic. W. McKeithen in Jackson. at a meeting held in the Soill Messrs. Harry P. Jones. Robert Conservation Service office in Lewi,s and Sidney Lewis left Wcodville recently. I Tuesday morning on a fishing The technicians assigned by trip of a few days. SCS 1,o assist landowners in the Mr. Dudley Carter of Wil- district can help plan needed kinson was a business visitor grading and shaping of gullied to Wooflville on Saturday after- and severely eroded areas and noon for a few hours. the re-c.stablishlnent of dam- Work ,on' the postoffice aged vegetative cover, the chair- building is progressing nicely man states. The clearing of drainage channels and open ditches ,nay also bE planned With land- owners to restore the effective- ness of these structures. As- sistance is available also to re- pair or rebuild dam,s or pond levees damaged or broken by and it will not be many days before this building will be an ornament to our town. Marshal Thomas is making an 'extra effort to get the block on Main Street between East and Depot streets in fine shape. He is filling in the low places and grading down the high the rainstorms of r e c e n t ones, and when this work is months. I Landowners have been ad- recede from bottomland pas- vised by the local ASCS office I lures and damage to grass of available emergency as- stands can be determined SCS sistance funds for most of technicians may assist land these remedial practices needed owners in planning measures under certain conditions, needed .to attain full pro- Where approved as eligible for lduction as soon as possible. funding, field planning .and I Sand or silt deposits may supervision of the engineering] need spreading, "wash-out" type practices will be provided areas may require filling, and by SOS technicians assigned o]grass or clover seeding might the Conservation district. I be required in some areas. "Tills same service is avail- "Oontaet your local Soil Con- able to district cooperators] servatlon Field office for Ln- w h e t h e r eligible for east- ! formation on help which may sharing payments or not." Mr, be available through your 8oil Treppendahl reminds, t Conservation District program," After flood waters completely the announcement stated. TIMBER SALE James M Vardaman & Co Inc forest " i ! s ..... , managemen spec a - ists, solicits bids on 204,400 board feet pine sawtimber and 33,900 l'oard feet hardwood sawtimb,er, Doyle scale, on approximately 190 acres in Section 3, Township 2 North, Range 2 West, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. Sealed bds on a lump-sum basis mus be received by James M. Vardaman & Co.. Inc., P. O. Box 902, Jackson, Miss., not later than 10:0 am l 19 July 1973. Write for prospectus or contact Joe A. Kuse, P. O. Box 423, Brookha,:en, Miss. 39601, or call 833-883. James M. Vardaman & Co., Inc.. Standard Life Building, Jackson, Mississippi. Telephone number (601) 354-3123. Branch ffices at Hattiesburg, Laurel, Erookhaven, Meridian, Bogalusa, Alexandria and Ruston. we are glad to say will receive heat. 2-bath. double carport,[ tions will be acknowledged their just dues built-in stove and dishwaster. I promptly as directed Write or West End has an addition to Lol 139' by 325'. Phone 645-5509, I ,ail Mrs. John S. Lewis, Memo- its society in the shape oi" a Centreville. rial Fund Chairr,,m, Woodvitle. young lady at the home of Mr. 6 29/2w and Mrs. Fred A, Hart. Tile young person in question ar- POSTED: All lands owned by rived on Tuesday evening. We the undersigned are hereby congratulate the happy parents posted against all hunting, fish- and hope the'ir infanl may ing or otherwise trespassing. grow up a source of much pride Mrs. Mac Bradley. and happiness to them. .5/11 6m Your dollar  com' back , -= to YOU... when you ,hop a! = _ly honle. LOANS I-rom$100to $5000 / Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As % to V and Sometimes Even More. --Free COUNSELING SERVICE- Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Finance, Inc. Depot Street Phone 888-2011 I I I ..... [] ringof'73s. Price-fighter H 8, R FORD, inc., Woodville, Miss. It's the Town's Biggest Market Place- Read and Use Want Ads for Quick Resuhsi The Woodville Republican