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July 28, 1923     The Woodville Republican
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THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN SUPPLEMENT, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1923. Hays, clerk. Fourth Day to adjourn- marne as on yesterday. read, approved president. .ded to equalize the roll. do now adjourn tomorrow morning. HUFF, President. Fifth Day. Pursuant to adjourn- same as on yesterday, i read, approved president. to equalize the r011. ; Board do now adjourn : tomorrow morning. HUFF, President. Sitth Day. pursuant to adjourn- Iernbers, except W. T. Minutes of yester- and signed by OF THE BOARD Twelfth Day. Board met pursuant to adjourn- Mi's i ment. Present same as on yesterday. sippi, Wilkinson :Minutes of yesterday read, approved land signed by the president. that a a regu- landB°ardassessmentPr°ceededroll.t° equalize the Board of Supervi- Ordered that Board do now adjourn aail state and county until 9 o'clock Monday morning. in the court house m D.W. HUFF, President. I on the first Thirteenth Day. I Second day of July, loW. V. Morris, N.S. Board met pursuant to adjourn-I B. A. Nettles and ment. Present same as on Saturday. L. C. Miller. Minutes of yesterday read, approved I d signed by the president. anBoard proceeded to equalize the land assessment roll. I Ordered that Board do now adjourn until 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. D. W. HUFF, President. I Fourt.'enth Day. Board met pursuant to adjourn- ment. Present same as on yesterday Minutes of yesterday read, approved and signed by the president. Board proceeded to equalize the land assessment roll. Ordered that Board do now adjourn until 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. D. W . HUFF, President. Fifteentth Day. Board met pursuant to adjourn. ment. Present same as on yesterday. Minutes of yesterday read, approyed and signed by the president. Board proceeded to equalize the land assessment roll. Ordered that Board do now adjourn until 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. D. W. HUFF, President. " S,.'xteen tt h Day. • Board met pursuant to adjourn- to equalize the Minutes of yesterday read, approved l roll. [and signed by the president, i d of as follows oa r :I B rd p oceeded to equalize the salary June, $150; 1 land assessment roll. I er 5th dist., $4.i6;I Ordered that Board do now adjourn I , concrete for vat, until 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. I Creosote Works,/ D.W. HUFF, President. dge 1st dist., $161.70;[ Seventeenth Day I dge 2nd dist, 161 70" "" • . . .. ", $, :, ,! Board met pursuant to adjourn- 1 lg ana laoor vrlage  d i0 - ...... I ment." Present ame as on Satur ay. • ; irelgn ana tabor[ Minutes of yesterday read, approved t., $88.30; Standard l and signed by the president. gas ls also., .t; I Rnort of Trustees of A H dist, $23 46, oil and .......... ,13 ^ ".. " . ]School examined and approved. P .U; Oll ano gas)  . .  ,  . t o ; oil and gas 5th dist..I vraer or the Boars or upervisors. road work t3rd State of Mississippi, Wilkinson Board do now adjourn Monday morning. HUFF, President. Day. Pursuant to adjourn. present. Min- read, ap-d and presiden%dlm , to  he roll. Board do now adjourn tomorrow morning. HUFF, President. lhth D.y. PUrsuant to adjourn- same as on yesterday. read, approved president. to equalize the roll. Board do now adjourn tomorrow morning. HUFF, President. Day. Pursuant to adjourn- Bame as on yesterday. .rday read, approved president. the clerk advertise the following roads C. N. McCraine, Crooked Creek. clerk advertise for bridge across Mud County, Supervisors' Court, July, 1923, Term.--The Board of Super- visors, having examined the rolls filed by E. E. Richardson, the Assessor of aid County, of assessments, as of the first day of February, 1923, of real and personal property in said County, and having made such changes and corrections in said rolls as were found necessary to fix the assessments of real and personal property to its owners and at its actual value, so as to establish an equality and uniformity of taxation among the tax-payers of said County, [ according to the value of their prop-[ erty, does hereby approve the said[ a.ssessment rolls as so fixed; and it l is further ordered that the following I notice be posted in the Court House and be published in The WoodvlJle Republican, a newspaper published at Woodville, Mississippi, and having a circulation in said County, togwit: To the Taxpayers of Wilkinson Coun. ty,, State ot Mississippi: You will please take notice that the assessments of real and personal property on the rolls for 1923 have been changed and corrected by this Beard so as to comply with the Laws of this State, and that said revised rolls are now open for examination, and that any objections to any as- sessments contained in said revised rolls must be made in writing and in 5th dist. filed with the Clerk of this Board on to equalize the or before the first Monday of August. I I roll. ]1923, at his office in the town of 1 do now adjourn, Woodville, said County, and tl4at any I n rvow morning, or all assessments to which no ob.[ HUFF,President. ection is then and there made, will I Day I be made final. " -" to adjourn-] This the 20th day of July, 1923. rome as on yesterday.! approved president. to equalize the assessment roll. do now adjourn morning. Day. PUrsuant to adjourn. ame as on yesterday read, approved president. to equalize the roll. do now adjourn morning. • tUFF, President. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Of Said County. By W. L. HAYS, Clerk of said Board I, W. L. Hays, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, State of. Mississippi, do hereby cer- tify that the foregoing is a true and correct transcript of an order or said Board of upervisors, passed on the 20th day of July, 1923, as the same appears on page 20 of Minute Book H, of said Board, now on file in the office of said Clerk in the town of Woodville; in said County. Witness my hand and official seal, this the 20th day of Jtdy. 1923. W. L. HAYS, ANNOUNCEMENT of Interestto MILLIONS of FAMILIES "'1 will build a oar for the multflude" Said Henry Ford in 1903Read how the fulfillment of that prophecy is now made possible through the Ford W00ekly .Purchase Plan For many years it has been Henry Ford's per- sonal ambition to make the Ford the universal car --to put it within the reach of the millions of people who have never been privileged to enjoy the ben fits of motor car ownership. During the past fifteen years over 7,500,000 Ford cars have been placed in the hands of retail customers--more than a millilon and a half of them within the past twelve months--and yet there are still millions of families who are hopefully looking fox, yard to the day when they can own a Ford. And now the way is open. Under the terms of this plan you can select your Ford Car, set aside a small amount each week and you will be surprised how soon you will own it. In the meantime your money will be safely depose, ted to your credit where it will draw interest. Think it over. Five dollars will start an account. The whole family can participate in it- father, mother, brothers and sisters each doing a little. Why not start today. Stop in and talk it over with your local Ford dealer. He will be glad to fully explain the details of the plan and help you ge started toward the ownership of a Ford car. / Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan. W00D¥1LL[ MOIO00 £0. THOS. A. ROLAND, JR., Manager. Authorized Ford Dealers. Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said County. Ordered that Board do now adjourn until 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. D. W. HUFF, President. Eighteenth Day. Board met pursuan to adjourn- ment. Present same as on yesterday. Minutes of yesterday read, approved and signed by the president. Bills were disposed of as follows: i John Haynes, road work 5th dist., $1; Mrs.',Phil Rothman, clerk of election, $1; H. L. Stutzman, same: $1; John, Wade and hands, road work 2rid di., $12.90; Fletcher Hawkins road work 2nd dist., $4; A. E. Parker road work 5th dist., $8; F. Smith road work 5th dist., $3; L. C. Miller lumber' 3rd dist., $60.82; Schloss Co., 1 wheel for grader 1st dist., $35.75; A. J. Leak, road work 5th dist., $37.50; R. Whitaker, lumber and vat work, $40; J. T. Morgan, 5 days election commissioner, $15; C C. Cassels, 5 days same, $15; L. B. Robinson, 4 days same, $12; Jno. L. Hays, clerk, 5 days same, $15. Ordered that B. A. Nettles and D. W. Huff be appointed to tnspect the bridge at Bluff Springs, when com- pleted. W. V. Morris, 18 days ........... $90.00 Nolan S. Cage, 18 days ........ 90.00 D. W. Huff, 18 days .............. 90.00 B. A. Nettles, 18 days .......... 90.00 W. T. Smith, 15 days ............ 75.00 W. L: Hays, clerk ................ 54.00 Ordered that the appointment by Jno. C. Day, superintendent of edu- cation, of Willie Douglas Argue and Margaret Collum to the Mississippi State College for Women, is hereby approved. Report of Election Commssioners approved and ordered filed. - Petition of Jno. B. Coon to change deed of trust on land rejected. Ordered that the Board do now ad- journ until the next regular meeting. D. W. HUFF, President. The annual meeting of the Board of Education of Wilkinson county will be held in the office of the county superintendent on Monday, July 30: 1923. Meeting to be called to order at 10 o'clock a. m. 7-21-1923-2w. JNO." C. DAY, Supt. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. To Overton Travis: You are eomnnded to aupear be-" fore the chancery court of the county Ordered that the clerk os hereb of Wilkinson, in said state, on the authorized and directed to issue a first Monday of September, A. D. warrant in the sum of $1,300 pay-I 1923, to defend the suit in said court able out of the first district road t of Rhoda Travis, wherein you are de- fund, for one tractor, on request of. fendant. W. V. Morri ' This 14th day of July, A. D. 1923. Ordered that members and clerk[7-14-1923-4w. W.L. HAYS, Clerk.