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+ P for ate ultendeat of lucatiou. F. B. WOODLKY PLANK8 FROM PLATFORM. to get for the children of MississiPpi aa good and i as are sold anywhere in the United StateL a square deal now. ;E.-.MlssisslpDl lind Tennessee have (he same Speller Tnnessee Adoption, August, 1919. :+ ; ' Mistpp Jkdopto. ;uric, 19. ', t -, prices: MFarlans's Geography: Tennes Miaslsslp 1/ . .............. .... ......... ...... , 84 1.16 ,. .................................. 1.33 1,80 8pellet: ..................... 18 .72 states have the I laders a Misslsstpls. Note ,, i " GHiLD'8 WORLD READER8 ....... Primer (Adopted Aug. 1919) .Z4 .$8 .......-..+.....,,. .............. 4Z Jan 1921). .46 May 1923). .42 June 1920). the Primer am[ May, 1922 cover for 60 cost the Mis- The Second (32) nore Mississippi dition, cents. Just one cent the Mississippi edition has 16 and the If 32 pages cost pages to costT Commission Graves Writing BOOKS er edition and edition: en ooks, a much offered to (hem re-adopted the and Powers Elemen- an old antiquated of one hundred per cent (129%). is that the people 20 to the people and some other Neither Mr. e0sdJutors can explain facts. for these hig- commission consists appointed by the THE STATE SU- OF EDUCATION. the elomen- use in the pub- By virtue SuIrintn- is the most in- of this commission+ Of this fact Su- elected chair- kept +by this on file in the of State, voted unani- high- and gee- Bond voted he did not to get of from 4a 1st Reader Snd Reader Srd Reader .27 " 31 ,34 8 $7 .31 ,34 .46 .5| .58 .48 .54 60 .46 .52 %8 68 .64 .14 Bond says: "I am saUsfied wt(h the hooks adopted." ete.--Nw O leans Times Picayune. Nov. . 19. Surely, this commission is respon- sible for its acts, then how fs Bond, the chairman, the leader, the most influential member to escape re- sponstblllty ? (The reports that |, F. B. Wood. ley, had any connecUon in any way whatsoever with the 1920 Russell- Bond Text Book Adoption are abso- lutely and unqualifiedly false.) Bond has been superintendent foe practically two full terms He was appointed by Governor Bilbo in Sop- tember, 1916. He is now asking your endorsement for a third term. When does the present text book contract expire? June, 1925. Is there+ no hope of some present relisf? YES. " 2 One of my first Official acts as State Superintendent "of Education, will be to file suit against the book companies violating Section 4603, Code 1906 as amended 1920, and compel them to give Mississippi a square -deal, if there is any compell- ing power in the courts. My opponent has disregarded this law, and ignored the facts. Why has he protected the interests of these publishers instead of the school children ? 9. I promise to save th9 people of Mississippi two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000), or + more. now going to the book trust. HOW? First, by eliminating a large num- ber of the eupplemental books now used in the schools This can be done without injuring the schools violating the laws. Second, by compelling the book companies to obey the law. 4 I was reared cn a farm, went to school in th9 country, taught school in the country for years, and +v+ , r:-ootmd sympathy for coun- try boys and girls I pledge my best efforts to get for these, as for all the children of Mississippi, tbe very best educational opportnnlLes. Bond professes great love for coun- try boys and girls and et he Is a party to a transaction that takes the shoes trom their feet, the clothes from their bdies and the broad from their mouths that they may have money to buy high-priced school books. 5. I shall gladly give to women o Mississippi the recognition to which they are so Justly entitled, and which they have nOt had nP to this good hour, General ; the other fellow? Is he not the Boy Scout orgsli- a me reflection of ourselv? And the work you re don't you think, therefore, that it Perhaps is i even  to be fair with him? I which would be For a long time I have noticed the a military regime. In people who have taken advantage of others, orof their city, or f their boys the country, todering results at long You re range, all these year mighty few have really got away with it. + Whenever you ;he smallest are ..... .+ 1 + i LOST--At the Woodville depot, one ing or being upon the above describ- of Northwest Quarter Section 11, ceased, unknown heirs of Lucy Leak, . . suit case marked, F.A.W. Five dol. ed 44 acres with full right from time Township 3, North, Range 1, West deceased, unknown heirs of Absalum lars reward will be paid for its return i to time to go upon the same with with the right to enter upon said land Langford, deceased, Mrs Samantha to this office or to JEFF HAWKINS. I logging machinery, men, teams and' for the purpose of removing said tim- Cavana, unknown heirs of Mrs. Sa- NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE. t I, W. F. Tucker, under the pro. visions of and by virtue of author. ity conferred upon me in a deed of! trust made by Samuel F. Langen- l walter to Bak of Centreville, on the I first day of February, 1918, to secure a certain indebtedness to aid Bank, and which said deed of trust is re- corded in Book No. 3, page 484, in the Chancery Clerk's office of Wil. kson county, Miissippi, and whicb trust has been broken, and at the re- quest of J. B. Salmond, Bank Exam- iner andLiquidator of said Bank, and tion 23, Township 4, North, Range said land for the period of 20 years i for the purpose of paying said indebt- 1, West; All West ttalf of Section 6. from July 15, 1916, for the purpose I edness, Iwfll, on Monday, the 6th day I Townshln 2 North, Range 1 West, of removing said timber; All the , Jr- , , " l of August, 1923, offer for sale and I that lies North and West of the uu- merchantable pine hmber standing. . t ." will sell, between the hours of 11 a. m.I per Woodwlle and Natchez Road, ex- gromg and being on the East Half and 4p. m. o'clock, at public auction t cepting therefrom the East Five! of South Half of Southwest Quarter i for cash to the highest and best bid-l.Chain s of said land, said Five! of Sotheast Quarter Section 34, l der, at the West door of the Court I Chains to be laid off by a line run- Township 3, North, Range 1, West. l House, Woodville, Misissipli, aidlnin'g parallel to the East line of saidi with the right of ingress and egress I County and State, the following de-I West Half Section 6, also excepting for the purpose of removing said tim- scriled land: one acre deeded to Wilkinson County ber for the criod of 20 years from t All of lots Six (6), Seven (7) and for colored school on Aumst 31, July 17, 1916: All the timber on Eight (8) of Parker Meadows, a sub- I 1906 deed to which ]s recorded m the Northeast Quarter of the South- division of lands in said County, asl Book TT -age 460 the said school east Quartet' Section 2, Township 31 said lots are designated on the re-}acre being  described as being 300 'orth, Range 2, West with 25 years I corded plat of Parker Meadows, in lyards South of the Six Mile vest of to remove said timber, and the right 1 the office of the Chancery Clerk of i 1:he said Natchez road and is-known o build railroads, logroad, to oper-I Wilkinson County, Mississippi. Said as the one acre deeded to Wilkinson ate locomotive, men and teams, for t land is bounded on the North b County for a colored school and is 25 years for the purpose of remo:--I lands of G. W. Haag, and public road bounded by said upper Natchez road ing said timber over said land; Tel said North line being the corporatior Northeast Quarter Section 26, Town- all persons baying or claiming any line of Centreville; on the East by ship 3, North, Range 1, West; Lot 5. legal or equitable ntereit in the Centreville and Clinton road, on Section 16, Township 4, North, Range foregoing described land; To al! an- South by Reily lands, on West by Reily lands and Y. & M. V. Railroad, said tract contains in all 226.55 acres. The title of the above land is be- lieved to be perfect, but I shall eon- t'ey only such title as is vested in me as such trustee. W. F. TUCKER, Trustee. CLAY B. TUCKER, Attorney. 7-14-1923-4w. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution to me directed and issued by Jno. L. Hays, circuit clerk of Wilkinson county, Mississippi, upon a judgment duly nrolled in his said office in favor of J. A. Susong against George Hall for $141.19, with interest and costs, I will on Monday, August 6th, 1923, in lawful hours, at the west door of the court house ht Woodvilte, in said county and state, offer to the highest bidder for cash, and sell, ,2e follow- ing described lands situated in the said county and levied on by me un- der the said execution: All right, title and interest of the defendant, George lIall, in and to 200 acres, more or less, in the North East corner of Section 39, and Lot 3, Section 40, containing 80 acres, more +or less. all in T. 2, R. 3, W., and being the same lands mentioned and described in deed of conveyance from Mary E. Hal! in Deed Boo!.'. XX. page 83, records of said county. This July 5th, 1923. L. C. MILLER, Sheriff. 7-7-1923-5w. STATE OF MISSISSIPPL To all persons having or claiming any interest in the following described land in Wilkinson County, State of Mississippi: South Half of. North Half of North- west Quarter Section 8, Township 2, North, Range 1, East; Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter and Northeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter and Southwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter of Section 19 and the North Half of Northwest Quar. ter of Section 22, all in Township 2, North, Range 1, East: Southeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter and he North Half of Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter, Section 19, Township 3, North, Range 1, East, and the Southwest Quarter of North. west Quarter, Section 28," Township 3, North, Range 1, West; South Half of Southeast Quarter, Se4:tion 31, Township 3, North, Range 1, East; Southeast Quarter of Northwest uarter Sectioi 1, Township 3, North, Range 1, West; Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter Sec- tion 3, Township 3, North, Range I. West; Southeast Quarter of North- east Quarter Section 4, Township 3, North, Range 1, West; Lots 9, I0, I1, 13, 14, 15, and 16 Section 16, and all of Section 17 lying Southeast of McNeely Creek, all in Township 3, North, Range 1, West, except such interest of Clyde Scott MeCearley in the land described as beginning at the SE corner of Section 17, Town- ship 3, North, Range 1, West, thence North on Section line 8 degrees E 1329 feet to small creek; Thence N. 34 degrees W. 300 feet; Thence N. 55 degrees 1550 feet to where areal| creek flows into Bayou Buffalo; Thence following the said stream South, 13 degrees W. 1450 feet; Thence continuing on said stream S. 22 degrees E. 1800 feet; Thence East 1050 feet to place of beginning, con. taining 105 acres, more or less, in Section 17 aforesaid; Said Foster Creek Lumber and Manufacturing Company owning of said described 105 , all trees growing, stand- ing or being upon the above described 105 acres with full right from time to time to go uppn the same with logging machinery, men, teams and equipment to cut and remove such trees, and to locate, construct, main. tain and operate )n or across the same such railroads or logging roads as the said Company may find nee- essary or convenient; And also all minerals, oil, and gas, of said 105 acres with full power to take all usual, neceary, proper or conven- ient means for exploiting, working marketing the same; And also except the interest of Doug McCearley in the land described as beginning at a point on the Wood- viIle and Rosetta road, in Section 17, Township 3, North, Range 1, West, said point being 1100 feet East of where road crosses McNeely's Creek. where stands three sweet gum and one elm in cluster; Thence S. I0 de- ,tees E. 300 feet to North bank of Bayou Buffalo; Thence following the said stream S. 42 degrees. E. 1200 feet to where small stream flows into Buffalo; Thence N. 50 degrees E. 1400 feet, marked corner; Thence N. 24 degrees W. 600 feet; Thence N. 71 degrees W. 800 feet to Wood- vilh and Rosetta road; Thence fol. lowing said road S. 61 degrees W. 1060 feet to place of beginning, con- 44 or less, in equipment to cut and remove such i her, or any other imber convenient nmntha Cavana, deceased, Caroline trees, and to locate, construct, main- to handle over said land, with rail-iLangford, unknown heirs of Care- rain and operate on or across the' roads, machinery, men, teams, in a line Langford, deceased, Robert same such railroads or logging roads manner best suited for handling said Langford, unknown heirs of Robert as the said Cmpany may find nec-i timber or any oher at any time from Langford, deceased, John McNeety. esary or convenient; And also all: October 9, 1919, and for 10 years Howard M. McNeely, Caleb S. Mc- minerals, oil, gas, or said 44 acres': thereafter; All merchantable timber l Neely, unknown heirs of Alexande with full power to take all usual, !-standing, growing and being on the! Montgomery Swayze, deceased, un necessary, proper or convenienti Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quar-i known heirs of A. M. Swayze, de- I means of exploring, working and l ter Section 8, Township 3, North i ceased, unknown heirs of Absolum marketing same; Range i, West, containing 30 acresi Langford, deceased, unknown heir Southeast Quarter of Northwest being all said Northeast Quarter of I of William McCrory, deceased, an- Quarter Section 33, Township 3, Southeast Quarter except 10 acresl known heirs of Mary Susanna Ogden. North, Range 1, East NVrthweeJL off the North end, with the right of i deceased, unknown heirs of Ann H. Quarter of Northeast Quarter Sec-i ingress and egress over and across ', N. Vose, deceased, unknown heirs of Gee. P. Ogden, deceased, unknown known parties in interest; To Mrs. Valley Henley Robinson, R. Lee Henley, Quitman Henley, un- known heirs of Samuel Flournoy, de- ceased, unknown heirs of J. A. Smith, deceased, unknown heirs of J. R. Smith, deceased, Mrs. Edmonia Rob- erts, Eugene H. Roberts, unknown heirs of Margaret McGraw, deceased. William Thomas, unknown heirs of William Them&% deceased, Jed L. Washburn, unknown heirs of Jed L. Washburn, deceased, unknown hein of N. Leopold & Company, deceased. unknown heirs of Nathan Lepold, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Douglas Embree, deceased, unknown heirs of Felix Grundy McGraw, deceased, un- known heirs of Alfred Morris, de- ceased, Chas. A. Wettlin. unknown heirs of Claricy Jane McKinney, de ceased, William McDowell, unknown heirs of William McDowell, deceased. Mrs. Zelia Gaulden Colon, C. Lewi Gaulden, J. K. Wadley, Trustee; all persons having r claiming any in- teres in the following described land sold for taxes on the 5th day of March, A. D. 1894, viz: S of SE% Section 31; Township 3, Range 1. East, Wilkinson County, Mississippi; Buekner G. McBroom, unknown heir of Buckner G. McBroom, deceased unknown heirs of David A. Enlow deceased, unknown heirs of A. J. Wisner, deceased, unknown heirs of Hiram Enlow, deceased, unknown heirs of John Enlow, deceased, un- known heirs of James McNeely, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Mary B. wayze, deceased, unknown heirs of Polly Swayze, deceased, unknown heirs of Mary Swayze, deceased, un- known heirs of Henry W. Swayze. deceased, unknown he-s of Ado White, deceased, unknown heirs of John Godfried Kaiser, deceased, un- known heirs of Jake Mitchell, de- ceased, Flash Lew,:s & Company, un- known heirs of H. Herschberg, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Mrs. H. Hirshberger, deceased, Mrs. Fannie Aaron White, unknown heirs of I. W. Kaiser, deceased, unknown heirs of Mrs. J. G. Kaiser, deceased; all persons having or claiming any inter- est in the following, described land. sold for taxes on the 23rd day of April, A. D. 1906, viz.: SE% of NW% Section 33, Township 3, North Range 1, East, Wilkinson County, Mississippi; unknown heirs of Davis Henry Sanders, deceased, unknown heirs of Margaret Lessley, deceased. unknown heirs of Eugene J. Swan, deceased, Ellis T. Hart, H. Van Eaton Hart, David G. Stern, Mrs. I. T. Ha, Fred Hart, Mrs. Emily Hart R9thschild, Mrs. Marie Hart Gunst. S. G. Stern, Mrs. Minna Stern Bloom. unknown heirs of A. J. Stern, de- ceased; all persons having or claim- ing any interest in the following de- scribed land, sold for taxes on the 23rd day of April, A. D. 1906, viz.: NW of NE% Section 23, Township 4, North, Range 1, West, Wilkinson County, Mississippi; unknown heir of James Phipps, deceased, unknown heirs of Jesse Phipps, deceased, un- known heirs of John King, deceased unknown heirs of Emily E. King. de. ceased, unknown heirs of Win. A. King, deceased, unknown he[rs of Elizabeth E. King, deceased, un- known heirs of Elizabeth E. Leath- erman, deceased, unknown heirs of William Walker. deceased, unknown heirs of Susan Walker, deceased, un- known heirs of N. W. W. Brown, de- ceased, David Gottlieb Wettlin, un- known hbir of Francis Morris, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Joe Wal- ker, deceased, unknown heirs of Will- iam Shropshir deceased, unknown heirs of E. A. Robinson, deceased, un- known heirs of T. M. Wetherill,-de. ceased, unknown heirs of J. R. Leak deceased, W. L. Covel, unknown heir of W. L. Covet, deceased, Jane L Covel, unknown heirs of Jane L. Cove, deceased, Mrs. G, M. Mc- Intyre, unknown heirs of Mrs. G. M McIntyre, deceased, Mrs. W. H. Fel- tus, unknown heirs of Mrs. W. lI. Feltus, deceased, unknown heirs of Walter Shropshire, deceased, un- known heirs of L. W. Arnold. +de- ceased, unknown heir.; of T. ,E, Shropshire, deceased, unknown heirs of Alexander King Farrar, deceased jg4known heirs of Mariah Merwin, =eceased, tIal E. Farrar, Ben F. Far- rar, unknown heirs of Charles B. Calvit, deceased, unknown heirs of Elizabeth Calvit, deceased, unknown heirs of Margaret S. Lessley, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Alfred C. Brackebush, deceased, unknown heirs of James G. Lessley, deceased, an- known heirs of D. H. mnders, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Davis Hen- ry Sanders, deceased; all persons having or chiming any interest in the following described land, sold for taxes on the 7th day of Mareh, A D. 1892, viz.: N of NW% and SW  of NW , Section 23, Tms 4', North, Range 1, West, WHkinson County, State of Mississippi; un- known heirs f Margaret E. Mc- Curley. deceased, unknown heir of :rry, deceased, unknown heirs 1, West, North Half of Northwest Quarter and Southwest Quarter of Northwest QuarterSection 23, Town- shin 4. North, Range 1, West; West Half of East Half of Southwest Quar- ter Section 30, Township 4, North, ,Range 1, West; Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter Section 36 Town. hip 4, North, Range 1, West; South- west Quarter of Southeast Quarter Section 2, Township 3, North, Range '2, West; Northwest Quarter of North- west Quarter Section 3"8, Township 3, North, Range 2, West; All that per. lion of the Northeast Quarterof Northwest Quarter Section 40, Town- ship 3, North, Range 2, West, lying East of Fords Creek Public Road. and North of a line running 17 Chains South of ]'rth line and parallel thereto; also Northeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter less a strip 5 chains wide off the North end there- of, Section 40. Township 3, North. Range 2, West; also North Half of Southwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter and that part of Northwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter lying South of a line running 5 Chains South of the North line thereof and parallel thereto, and East of Public Road Section 40, Township 3, North. Range 2, West; Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter Section 50, Township 3, North, Range 2, West; Lots 10 and 11 Section 16, Township 4, North, Range 2, West, except the white oak timber thereon; Lots 5 and 6 Section 34 Township 4, North. Range 2, West "except the open lands described as beginning at a water oak on the south bank of Piney Creek where the same crosses the North line of Section 35, thence N 40 degrees 30 minutes W. on SecU.on line 16.75 Chains; thence N. 69 de- grees E. 3.35 Chains; thence N. 24 degrees E. 2.37 Chains; thence East 3Q.50 hains; thence with meander- ings of said creek 26 degrees 15 min- utes W. 8.50 Chains; thence S. 64 degrees 45 minutes W. 5.50 Chains to piace of beginning, containing 38 acre, s;" North IIalf of Northeast Quarter Section 46, Township 4, North, Range 2, West; North Two Thirds of Southeast Quarter ol Northeast Quarter Section 46, Town. ship 4, North, Range 2, West; Th East Half of Section 48, Township 4, North, Range 2, West; The Eas Hal o Section 26, Township ,5. North, Range 2, West; The South 45 acre of Section 55, Township 4. North, Range 2, West, cut off by a Dne running across said section parallel to the South line thereof, ex. cept the White Oak timber thereon: Lots Number 1, 2, 3, and 7 Section 3, Township 4, North, Range 2, West; and the Northeast Quarter and the Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter Section 17, Township 4, North, Range 2, West; Also, all the merchantable timber standing, growing and being on the Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter Section 8, Township 3, North. Range 1, West, which lies North of the Public road and the land of J. G. Winner, and containing 25 acres more or leas, and being all of tlte said Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter, except that part owned by J. G. Wisner, which is described as follows to-wit: "Beginning at the common quarte" Section 8, Township 3, North, Range 1, West, thence S. on Quarter line 5 chains to a point (said point being the. SW Corner of that tract of land deeded to J. G. wisher by Jno. K. Sessions I etal. deed of record in Book VV page 360) thence N. 80 degrees W. 21 chains to a point;-thence S. 74 degrees W. 3.73 ehain to point; thence S. 55 degrees W. 21 chains to point in County road, whence a pine tree 18 inches in diameter bears N 40 de- grees E. 50 links; thence Northerly and easterly along said County road 52 chains to its intersection with North Quarter line of Section 8; thence S. 7 Chains to the Common Quarter Corner or place of beginning. containing 40 acres, tggether with the right of ingress and egress over and across said lahd for the purpose of removing said timber for a period of 20 years from July 8, 1916; All the timber on ths land "Commencing at a point on the East boundary of the Southwest Quarter of Section +- Township 3, North, Range 1, West 10.00 chains south of the Northeast Corner thereof; thence South with the East line of said Southwest Quar- ter of Section 8, Township 3, North. Range 1, West, 30.00 Chains to the Southeast Corner of said Southwest Quarter of Section 8; thence West -on the South line of said Southwest Quarter of Section 8, 5.00 chains; thence N. 50 degrees W. 14.00 chains; thence North 10.00 chains; thence in a northeasterly direeticm 18.00 chains to the place of begin- ning, containing 2 acres, with the right to enter avon said land cut and remove the said timber within 20 ear from June 28, 1918, also the {right of ingress and egress over said land for the purpose of+ heirs of Alzeneth M. T. Hoggatt, de- ceased, unknown heirs bf James Tiler, deceased; all persons having or claiming any interest in the fol- lowing described land sold for taxes on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1876, viz.: Lots 10 and 1, Section 16, Township 4, Range 2, West, Wilkin- son County, State of Mississippi; un- known heirs of William Simpson, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Elizabeth Earl, deceased; all persons having or claiming any interest in the follow- ing described land sold for taxes on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1876, viz.: Lots 5 and 6 Section 34, Town- ship 4, Range 2, West, Wilkinson County, State of MissisSppi; un- krmwn heirs of Daniel Bunch, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Dennis Bunch, deceased, unknown heirs of Theodore Joseph Elsberry, deceased, unknown heirs of William Ellsberry. deceazed, unknown heirs of Amanda Ellsberry, deceased, unknown heirs of Martha Northam, deceased, un- known heirs of Sarah McNeil, de- ceased; all persons having or claim- ing any interest in the following de- scribed land sold for taxes on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1876, viz,: SE % of NE  Section 46, Township 4, Range 2, West, Wilkinson Coun- ty, State of Mississippi; unknown heirs of John tusk, deceased, un- known heirs of Eli Lnsk, deceased unknown heirs of Jacob Lusk, de. ceased, unknown heirs of Elias Lusk. deceased, unknown heirs of Peter Rabb, deceased, unknown heirs of Nicholas Rabb, deceased, unknown heirs of Mary Watkins, deceased, unknown heirs of Peter Rabb (Jr), deceased, unknown heirs of Sicily Roach, deceased, unknown heirs of Margret Chadwell, deceased, un- known heirs of Lidia Rabb, deceased. unknown heirs of Mary Madgelene THer, deceased, unknown heirs of Jchn Roach, deceased, unknown heirs of Elizabeth Rabb, deceased, un- known heirs of Isaac Perry, deceased. unknown helm of Alexander R. Far- rar, deceased, unknown hers o William Holliday, deceased, unknown heirs of Mr Mary A. Floyd, de. ceased, unknown heirs of Mrs. Tabi- tha Tiltery, deceased, unknown heirs of A. T. Montgomery, deceased, uno known heirs of Robert Cochran, de- ceased, mknown heirs of John G. Greeves, deceased, unknown heirs of James G. Lassley, deceased, unknown heirs of A. C. Fowler, deceased, un- known heirs of Alfred Swayze Fow- ler, deceased, unknown heirs of Will. Jam J.Keller, deceased, unknown heirs of Kinson Aswell, deceased, unknown heir of Kinchen Asavell, deceased, unknown heirs of Jane Perry, de- ceased, unknown heirs of Silas Per- ry, deceased, unknown heirs of A. K. Farrar, deceased, unknown heirs of Kenson AsweU, deceased; all persons having or claiming any inter. eat in the following described land, sold for taxes on the 5th day of June. A. D. 1876, viz.: N of Lot 7, Sec. tion 3, Township 4, Range 2, West, 42.20 acres, Wilkinson County, State of Mississippi (being the same as all said Lot 7 as shown on Bradford Plat) ; unknown heirs of Mary Mag- delin Tiler, deceased; all persons having or claiming any interest in the following described land, sold for taxes on the 6th day of March, A. D.1888, viz.: NE Section 17, Town- ship 4, Range 2, West, Wilkinson County, SLate of Mississippi; un- known heirs of James Thomas Long- ford, deceased; all persons having cr claiming any interest in the fol. lowing described land, sold for taxes on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1876, viz.: NE% of SE 'ection 17, Township 4, Range 2, West, Wilkin- son County. State of Mississippi, un- known heirs of John Devlin Lesslie, deceased, unknown heirs of Mr Be- linda B. Baker, deceased, unknown eirs of Mrs. Julia Lessley Brown, de. ceased, unknown heirs of Alice I Lessley, deceased, unknown heirs of Austin Lanehart, deceased, unknown eirs of Mrs. Belinda B. Lessley, deceased, unknown heirs of Irs. Belinda B. Lanehart, deceased, unknown heirs Of John ceased, unknown heirs of son, deceased, F, T. don T Jamison, .Fielding T, unknown heirs of W. C, deceased, unknown heirs Fairbank, deceased, J. Gehee; all persons having ing any interest in the de.cribed land, sold for 6th day of April, A. D. NE% of NW Section ship 3, Range 1, West, County, State of persons having or terest in the following sold for taxes on the March, A. D. 1888 viz.: NE% Section 11, 1, West, Wilkinson County, Mississippi; F. J. Jamison, heirs of Hansfurd Lanebart, unknown heirs of Mary deceased, unknown heirs Lanehart, deceased, of Samantha Langford, known heirs of Samantha deceased, Ruth Longmire,, L. B. Harris, Morris son Lumber Company; parties, known and defendants in a suit Of Lumber and Manuf ily, a quiet its title to described and to remove from : You are commanded to fore the Chancery Court ty of Wkinson, in aid State, fit Monday of SeptembeX 1923, to defend the suit in of Foster Creek Lumber aeturing Company, a wherein you are This 28th day of June, A.  [Seal.] " W. L. 6-3Q-1923-4w. . STATE OF M] To all persons having any nterest in the land in Conuty, State of Mississippi,  ed, as: Section 25, West 167.50 acres ship 3, North, Range 2, To all persons having or any legal or equitable land described; To all persons er any interest in the scribed land, sold for 3rd day of March, A. D. All Claim Section 25, Range 2. West, Wilkinson Mississippi; To all unknown parties To unknown heirs of deceased, unknown heirs Connor, deceased, unknoWn Mary Savage, deceased, heirs of William Morant, unknown heirs of Moses ceased, unknown heirs.of net, deceased, unknown ue] P. Conner, deceased, heirs of Mary A. Leek, known heirs of Frank ceased, unknown heirs of I deceased, unknown heirs Harris, deceased, Mr M=cLeod, a non-resident bf Mississippi, whose Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Harris, a non-resident of Mississippi, whose Baton Rouge, Louisiana; persons known and fendants in a suit of Mrs. B. King, to confi,'m and title to the land scribed and to remove from: You are commanded to fore the Chancery Court ty of Wilkinson,in said Sta te, first Monday of 1923, to defend the suit of Mrs. Emily J. B. Kiag, you are defendants. "This 28th day of June. '(Seal.] W.L. 6-30-1923-4w. PUBLIC, TAKE We have opened at Miss., a first-class TION. and will have ICE all the Summer We are ready to serve the 6-23-3w. V. D'A4 REWARD FOR I will pay $1.00 per return to my pastures on or Fair',-iew plantations ville of any cattle owned marked SB and two slits %hat have strayed, essary permit has been their removal.. 6-9-4w. J.K. FARM from owner of farm or for sale, for fall delivery. Box 176, Olney, Ill. Low Summer Exonrsio00g : via Illinois Central to CHICA00O and the Resort8 of M;ch|jtn, Ontario, York, New England, Wscon|n, M;nm Colorado, California, Ye/lowstone park TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. Retur Limit October 31, IJB]RAL STOP-OVERS AllOWeD Tell us wr* you m IPmg ad w. fully urr for tickets, reservatiou I detuils. Cou]t any agorot of time Illinois Central Sys Or write W. H. BRILL, P= em, New Orbu, La,