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COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES GET READY FOR IIARVEST / Clean weeds out of fields to give crops a better chance to Produce and to make for easier ha, rye- ting. Get your combines in top con- i dition. Do not wait until harvest eason is here before getting Your ma::hinery m order. Get your turnrows ready. If You plan to disk the turnrows, do it p.::w so that the land will ave time to settle and firm up before harvest. Instead of disk- ing, you migtlt want to clip closely with .a rotary mower, use chemicals or scrape the area With a blade. WINTER GRAZING Right now is tile time to get busy to help insure good early vfinter grazing. Select the area that you are going to plant ,and begin fallowfng now. Continue the fallowing through August, disking several times during the Period. This will allow the soil to take up and store more mois- ture. It will also help remove Competing" grasses and weeds. Take soil samples to find out if lime is needed. Apply it dur- Ing the fallowing period be- tWeen diskings so that the lime Will become thoroughly mixed With the soil. by John J. Dale, Jr. II.qi.,,.I.I..mi.oI.I.I..iii..I.qiii., .I.IOIIIP.I.I.IOI,,.IOI. PASTURE WEED CONTROL Many summer weeds in pas- tures are too large now to be controlled effectively with her- bicides. Clipping followed by a herbicide when weeds are 8 1o 15 inches tall should provide better control. Grazing restrictions following The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;sslppi or one thousand five hundred (1,500), whichever is less, of the qualified electors of said Wil- kinson County shall file a writ;- ten l:rotest or petition against the issuance of .said note on or before the 28th, day of August, 1973, and i Be it further resolved by said Board of Supervisors of Wilkin- I son County, Mississippi, that for the payment of said note in an amount not to exceed Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) with interest not to exceed six herbicide application depend on per cent {6%) .per annum that the 2,4-D formulation u.sed, this, tle Board of Supetvisors of said Wilkinson County, does herein pledge that a special tax in the amount of two (21 mills shall be levied to pay the said amount with interest when due, and Be it further resolved that this resolution shall be pub- lished in The Woodville Repub- lican, a newspaper published and having a general circulation in said Wilkinson County, once ach week for three (3) sue- cessivc weeks and. that not less', than twenty-one (21) days or l more than sixty (60) days inter- vene between the first publi- cation of such notice on the 3rd. day of August, 1973, and the 28th. day ,of August, 1973, the date on which this Board pro- poses to issue such note. The above and foregoing res- olution was first reduced to writing, read and adopted by sections, and then as a whole These restrictions should be read carefully before applying. Tank mixes of 2,4-D plus di- camba (Banvel} are now per- mitted. Where the farmer is willing to assume all risk, he may wish to select this combi- nation rather than 2,4-D alone. Many of the hardy pasture weeds can be controlled with this mixture. GRASS WORMS Grass Worms are showing up in large numbers in pastures and temporary summer grazing crops in Wilkinson County. Check your fields closely and don't let these worms get out ,of control. They can be con- broiled by spraying or dusting with an approved insecticide. Call the county agent's office for recommenda:tions on your particular grazing crops. ]/ i Fund f said Wilkinson County and those voting for the resolu- tion were Supervisors Steve amounts to Forty Thousand One Reed, Louis Gaulden, Tom Ash- Hundred Fifty-six and 47/100 and not vot- ley. Those absent - Dollars ($40,156.47), and that ing on this resoluton were A. J. Twenty T h o u s a n d Dolla,rs Darden .and Leon Cavin., A RESOLUTION ($20,000.00} does not exceed this The amount, and Be it further resolved by he Boa,rd of Supervisors of Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, in said Regular Recess July 1973 Meet- ing assembled on this, the 26th. day of July, 1973, that the Board of Supervisors, will at its re- cess meeting on the 281h. day of August, !973, issue its ne- .gotiable note for ,an amount not to exceed Twenty Thousand Of the Board Of Supervisors Of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, To Borrow Money In Anticipation Of Taxes For The Purpose Of Defraying The Expenses Of Said County For The Year 1973 Be it resolved by tile Board of Superviso,rs of 'Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in its Reg- Ular Recess July 1973 Meeting aSSembled on this, the 26th. day of July, 1973, upon inquiry and Dollars ($20,000.00) at a rate of examination of estimated intetest not to exceed six per amount of taxes collected and I cent (6%) per annum and to to be collected under the lastlbe due and payable not later Preceding annual tax levy for than April 1, 1974, for the pur- the: year 1972, does find and poe ,of defraying expenses of adjudicate that twenty-five per'the General Fuhd of ald Wii- cent {25%) of the estimated kinson County as authorized by amount of taxes collected or to ', Section 2926-13, 1942 Mississippi be collected for the General. Code Recompiled, as ,amended Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY J IIII II TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville F SPECIAL ON USED TRACTOR and EQUIPMENT 1-Used 12 ft. Servis cutter (pull type) $425.00 1-Used 12 ft. Caldwell cutter (pull type) $425.00 1-Used Farmall M Tractor $400.00 1-Used Ford 6 ft. sickle mower $175.00 1-Used No. 14T John Deere baler $350.00 1-Used 6 ft. lift type disc $245.00 1-Used Ford 250 baler $350.00 Seal Tractor Co. I ("I Woodville, Miss. "1 unless twenty per cent {20%) 1985 Ford Grader Blade. Eaeh item should be bid on sepa- rately. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. This the 17th day of July, 1973. M. E. Ertling, Clerk 7,'27/3w NOTICE' FOR LEASE For Oil, Gas And Other Minerals 4 In And Under The Following De.,'cribed Sixteenth Section Lieu Lands Of Wilkinson County, Mississippi Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, up to noon =cn Tuesday, the 4th. day of September, 1973, the regular monthly September 1973 meeting date of said Board of Supervisors, for the amount only .of the bonus to be paid for the lease of oil, gas, mineral explo- ration and development, except sand, gravel, clay, ,gold, com- pounds of gold. ores bearing I gold, metals, compounds of metal, or metal bearing ores, and salt, of all or any part of the Sixteenth Section' lieu land situated and being in Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, de- scribed as follows, to-wit: All or any part of Section 27, Township 4 North, Range 1 East, Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, containing 685.77 acres, more or less, less .and except 4O acres, more or less, more particularly described as: From the well location which is 330 feet from the East line and 330 feet from the South line of the Southeast Quarter :and the Northwest Quarter (SEA and NWV4), Section 27, Township 4 North, Range 1 East, in Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, thence resolution having re- North 330 feet to the point of ceived the affirmative vote of   ........ oeg]nn]n,; mence ;as l,laD all the members :present, the feet; thence Southerly and President tddeld 216ht diOlu7 Iparallel to the West line'of 'said tion ad p , ' ' Y ISection 27, 962 feet; thence July, 1973. I West for 1,810 feet; thence Tom Ashley President INortherly and parallel to the 8/3/3w [West line of said Section 27 for 962.69 feet; thence East for 665 e . n,,,a r,  .... r,,i,rs feet more or less, to the point _ Wh, .-...... v. ,-v -  ' ........ n" of beginning m Sectmn 27, UI' VYI]KInSOn OU ty, . ' . T0wnhlp 4 North, Range I Mississippi, To Levy Not To Exceed Two (2) Mills On All East, of said Wilkinson County, Of The Taxable Property Of Said County To Supplement Tax Levy To Pay Operating Budgets Of Sheriff And Assessor-Tax Collector Be'it ,resolved hY!"the Board :of Supervisors of Wilkinron Mississippi, and containing 645.77 acres, more or less. The said Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County on and af- ter approval by the Superint nd- ,ent of'Educattonf sald"Wllkin- son County before ordering the County, Mississippi in its Reg- Clerk of this Board of Super- ular Recess July 1973 Meeting j visors to advertise and request !aid sealed bids, did at its regu- assembled on this the 26th. daY llar August 1973 monthly meeting of July, 1973, upon inquiry and examination, dotemined that 1 order the leasing of the above the fees to be collected by the; described land, and did prescribe offices of Sheriff and Assessor- the form of the oil, gas and Tax Collector will be insufficient to pay the operating budget of any one ,or more of said offices, and Be it further resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, that it intends to levy two (2) mills for the purpose of supplement- mineral lease, the royalty to be obtained by the lessor, annual rental to be paid by the lessees and the primary term of said lease, as required by Section 6600, 1942 Mississippi Code, Re- compiled, as amended; notwith- standing the provisions of Pa.ra- graph 7 of the lease, lessee shall restore the ,surface of any loca- tion, if a dry hole, to as near as practical to the condition it was priL.or to drilling of said .wll, and shall fertilize, mulch ing the budgets of the offices of Slmriff and Assessor-Tax Collector of said Wilkinson County as provided by Chapter 461 of the General Laws of 1973, unless ,within twenty-one and seed said location with a (21) days after the date of the grass seed of sufficient quantity first publication of this resolu- ,to insure adequate coverage of tion, a petition signed by at the site, .all of which is now of July, 1973. Heber Ladner Secretary of State (Seal} Articles Of Incorporation Of Sessions Farms, Inc. Least wenty per cent (20%) or one thousand five hundred (1,590), whichever is less, of the qualified electors of the County, shall be filed requesting an election on the levying of uch tax, and Be it fu,rther resolved by the Board of Sulaervisors of Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, ,that this resolution shall be pub- lished in The Woodville Repub- lican, a newspaper ,published and having a general circulatian in said Wilkinson County, once each week for three (3) consec- utive weeks. The above and foregoing res- olution was first reduced to writing, read and adopted by sections, and then as a whole and those voting for She reso- lution were Supervisors Seve Reed, Louis Gaulden, and Tom Ashley. Those absent and not voting ,on thi, resolution were A. J. Pardon and Leon Cavin. on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of said Wilkin- son County, .subject to inspec- tion of all interested parties. The sealed ,bids submi.tted will be .publicly opened in the Board Room of the said Board of Su- pervisors in the Courthouse in Woodville, Mississippi, at 2 o'- clock p.m. on said Tuesday, the 4th. day of September, 1973, .and award of said lese made to the highest and best bidder or bidders as provided by law. The Board of Supervisors of said County reserves the rig:lit' to reject any and all bids. This 6th day of August, 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk '8/10/4w State of Mississippi Office of Secretary of State Jackson CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION of Sessions Farms, Inc. The undersigned, as Secretmry under the Mississippi Business Corporation Act, adopt the fol- lowing Articles of Incorporation for such corporation: First: The name of the cor- poration is Sessions Farms, Inc. Second: The period of its du- ration is ninety-nine (99} years. Third: The specific purpose or purposes for which ,the corpora- tion is organized stated in gen- eral terms are: To engage in every phase of The resolution having re- ceived the affirmative vote of of State of the State of Missis- all the members present, the sippi, hereby certifies thai du- President declared the resolu- plicate originals of Articles of tion adopted, this 26th. day of Incorporation for the above July, 1973. Tom /shley, President 8/3/3w NOTICE OF BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Centreville, Mississippi, in the Town Hall, Centrevilie, Mississippi, up to 5 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, Sep- tember 4. 1973, for the sale, for cash, of one (11 1967 Chev, rolet 4 door sedan, one (1) 1960 Ford named corporation duly signed a:nd verified pursuant to ,the provisions of the Mississippi Business Corporation Act, have been received in this office and are found to conform to law. Accordingly the undersigned, as such Secretary of State, and by virtue of the authority vested in him by law, hereby isues this Certificate Of Incorporation, ,and attaches hereto a duplicate original of the Articles of In- co,rporation. Given under my hand and jp dump truck, and one (1) model Seal of Office, this ,the 0t, h day owned 'by each accepting stock- holder bears to the total num- ber of shares of said stock owned by all of the accepting stockholders. Page 7 Incorporators Dated July 26, 1973. Acknowledgement State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson In tile event of acceptance by! This day personally appeared We, tile undersigned natural the corporation or by one , lor before me, the undersigned au- persons of the age of twenty- more of the stockholders,' the I thority Bonnie C. Sessions, one years or mzre, acting :as Secretary (or Secretary-Trees-I James E. Wilkerson, Jr., and incorporators of a corporation urer, or President, as the ca 'se "i William Wayne McGraw, incor- may be) .shall immediately upon I )orators of the corporation the expiration of the applica- known as the Sessions Farms, ble accepting period, send no- Inc. who acknowledge .that they Lice of such acceptance by Reg- signed and executed the above istercd Mail to the sockholder and faregoing articles of tricot- offering to .sell. If no such :ac- potation as their act and deed ceptance is received by said on this tile 26th day of July corporate officer, he shall so 1973. notify, in writing and by Reg- Betty E. McGraw istered Mail, the stockholder Notary Public offering to sell said stock, and My Commission Expires July 14; the said stock may, ithin sixty 1974 days from the date of mailing (Notarial Seal} he business of agriculture, in- :of the last mentioned notice, 8/10/lw eluding without limitation the be sold to anyone desiring to production, raising, holding, I purchase it upon the same terms NOTICE TO BIDDERS owning, processing, storage, sale, or on terms more burdensome Notice is hereby given that and otherwise dealing in and to the purchaser, and at the the Board of Trustees of the with crops, livestock, timber, same or.a greater price, than the Field Memorial Community Hos- and other related property and price and terms at which it pital, Centreville, Mississippi, the buying, selling, leasing, own- was offered to tile corporation will receive bids ,on two (2) ing ,and holding of real estate and the other stockholders, thur-the-wall airconditioning and personal property of all i Any sale or conveyance or and heating Units. .. kinds ,and to do and perform transfer of stock of this corpo-I. ,Specifications .for tile units, all acts in furtherance of and Jration (other than by gift or lar ano marerlal may oe co- ) not tained from the office of the incidental said business and tolbequest or inheritance ! ..... engage in any other business, made in compliance with this] Ammmsramr' i  o l 1 nd wind Bids will be ,recmved in the whether or not incidental to p'oviai n shal be nul a ' I " ' " " ,  recorded onl office of the Administrator agriculture, permitted by tile and shall not be , . ' laws under which'the corpora-!.the books of the corporation, prmr to 1:00 p.m., Monday, Au- Lion is organized, ,and to per- Except that should only one lgust 20, 1973. ur The Board of Trustees re form all acts and exercise all stockholder be desirou .of p -! " - e seves the right to reject any powers ,allowed and set forth in chasing the stock so offer d, " .... " ...... Section 5309-04, Mississippi Code that he may purchase all of!and all bids. 1942 (Rec:omplled}. such stock so offered. Provided, 8/10/lw Fourth: The aggregate num- ber of shares which the corpo- ration shall ,have authority to issue is two hundred of the par value of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) each. The preferences, limitations further..that tile above .accept- ance in proportionate purchase ]nay be altered by agreement of the accepting stockholders. Fifth: Tile corporation will not commence business until consideration of the value of at and relative rights in respect of least $1,000 has been received for the shares of each class and the the issuance of shares. variations in the relative rights Sixth: Provisions granting to and preferences as between shareholders tile preemptive series of ,any preferred or spe- right to acquire 'additional or ciai class in each series are as ........  .... , , ...o follows: I tion are: None Prior to any share or shares . . " ! Seventh: The post office ad- of this corporatmn being sold, l dress of its initial registered assigned, conveyed, :transferred, I office is P O Box 983 Wood- ville, Mississippi 39669, and the name of its initial registered agent at such address is Bonnie C. Sessions. Eighth: The number of direc- tors constituting the initial board of directors of the corpo- ration, which .must be not less including ,any such .divestiture relating from a foreclosure or execution sale or oher sale pursuant to a pledge or mort- gage or other hypothecation, but excluding any donation or i transfer by bequest or inheri- I tahoe, thel 'party !ownlng such share or shares must advise he corporation through its Secre- tary (or Secretary-Treasurer, as the case may be, or through its President if the Secretary or Secretary-Treasu.rer is the own- er of the shares being sold} by .written notice addressed and sent by Registered Mail to corporate officer, which said 'written notice shall state the number of shares offered for sale, the price and terms upon which said .stock will be sold and the address to which a reply shall be made. The said corporate officer so notified shall immediately mail to .all Directors notice of the offer of sale and the corporation shall have,, ten (10) day, after the mailing to the Directors of said notice, within w.hich to accept same. If the corporation declines to accept the offer, or fails to ac- cept within said ten day period then .the said corporate officer shall immediately mail notice of the offer to each of t, he other stockholders at their respective last known addresses according - !to the records of the corpora- Lion. Such other stockholders I shall have ,a period of fifteen t (15) days, after ,the date ofl such mailing to the stock.h,old- I ors, within which to accept such i offer, such acceptances to be l by written notlce addressed and sent by Registered Mail to said officer. Any acceptance of such offer shall be accompanied by check, sight draft or United Sta.tes currency in such amount as under the terms of such offer is required to be paid upon the acceptance thereof. In the .event of the scoop.L- ance of such offer by more han one stockholder, 'the stock being offered for sale shall be dis- tributed among the acceptin. stockholders in the same pro- portion that the number of shares ,of this corporation then NOTICE OF BIDS The Mayor and Board of Al- dermen of the Town of Wood- ville, Mississippi, ,will receive bids up until seven .o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, the 4th day of Sep- tember, 1973, for the sale of old building owned by the town and formerly occupied as Johnson High School. The said building is lccated on town ,property situated on the south side of road leading from the Wood- ville and Bayou Sara Road at the old oil mill to Sligo Road at the cemetery. Bids 'will be received for the ale of the building only, and the successful bidder will be given ninety (90) days in which to raze the structure and re:dye all material, and debris rom he premises. The Board reserves the right to reject any ,and ,all bids. than three (3), is three and the J Frances Town's, end, Clerk names and addresses of the per- 8/10/4w ons who are to serve as di- l To check for safe tire tread rectors until the fitst annual/depth, place a Lincoln penny meeting of shareholders or until/between the grooves. If you can their successors are elected and the top of Lincoln s' head, shall qualify are: I Bonnie C. Sessions, P. O. Box the .tire is worn too .thin. 983, Woodville, Mississippi 39669] William Wayne McGraw, P. O.  Announcing a Future Box 788, Woodville, Mississippi 39669 James E. Wilkerson, Jr., P. O. B:cx 637, Woodville, Mississippi 39669 Ninth: The name and post office address of each incorpo- I rator is: ' i Bonnie C. Sessions, P. O. Box I 983, Woodville, Mississippi 39669 I William Wayre McGraw, P. O. Box 788, Woodv ille, Mississippi 39669 James E. Wilkerson, Jr., P. O. Box 637, Woodville, Mississippi 39669 No Street Address Available Bonnie C. Sessions William Wayne McGraw James E. Wilkerson, Jr. Secretary to the Firm MISS CASEY ELISE ADAMS Born Saturday, July 28, 1973 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. $. L. (Randy) Adams, III Gloster, Mississippi ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Olo'ter, Miss. LOANS ,rom $100 to $51000 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 Be a last round winner. ' " Price.fighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss.