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Friday, September 7, 7973 COUNTY AGENT&apos;S NOTES The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Northeast quarter of Northwest quarter of Section 5. T2N-R5W. Wilkinson Ceunby, Mississippi Take notice that Rober F. Catchings d/b/a Robert, F. by John J. Dale, Jr. Catchings & Associates has LIMING PASTURES ]that make combining of these filed an application requesting With h.arvest time upon us.I early varieties almost tropes- authority to drill a well on the vendor.s will soon .be sible. In such cases. P.araquat unit. hereinabove described to ed with requests to lime may be used to kill and dry test the Barksdale Sand. At- the weeds. Par, squat should not tcnish Field Wilkinson County, cropland. By liming lmS- be applied until the beans are Mississippi, and the right to more trucks available to fully mature or yields may be Froduce the same with full WCCA NEWS The Wilkinson County Train- ing School Wildcats will play their first football game this Friflay, September 7. Principal Hicks wishes to announce that there will be a slight increase in the admission fees for adults and students. This is due to the rise Page 7 _ m CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED TO BUY: Water-dam- l FOR SALE: Gentle bay filly, aged House Trailers. Call collect I black mane and tail, 890 lbs., 504-665-6128, Denham Springs,3V2 years, good for any teenager, FOR SALE: 1956 Pontiac 4-door, La. One brown gelding, 770 lbs., with heater, radio, good tires. 8.24/4wp | good or children. One plow If interested, call 645-3941. Con-  .... | mule, ,works good. Bill Withers, treville. FOR SALE: 1965 Mustang ex-|888.4209. now. farmers can help row crops after harvest. applied now will pay off ears to come, Farmers lime now instead of put- it off. WEED DESICCANTS IN SOYBEANS Our earliest maturing soy- variety, Hill. +will be ready significantly reduced. Soybeans may be considered mature when about one-half the leaves have dopped and the other leaves are yellow. The amount to apply 8/31/w cellent mechanical condition, I 9/7/lw FOR SALE: Simmental X Angus air conditioned and new tires.L Call 888-5501 after 5:30 p.m. IFOR SALE: 1963 Dodge, $500 bull calves. Immediate de- 7/27/tf I cash. Good condition, good in expenses. Admission: livery. $400. Treppendahl Farms, phone 888-6892. S TR AY ED: S--or Cw.[ tires, one owner. Call 888-5661 8/24/tf harvest late this month, Dare and Hood close be- Paraquat is the only chemical early in October. Many labeled as a harvest aid for oil have grown up m weeds mill soybeans. allowable on production, the lo- etion of sa:id well being an exception to the Statewide Rules and Reguktions of this Boar& such proposed unit be- of Mississippi. of Wilkinson. the Absent or Unknown Adults $1.25, Students 75c. The Admin, istration is asking lall concerned persons to comply with the above prices. The President ,of the Wilkin- son County Training .School is /2 to 1 pint per acre with 1 ing in the Artonish Field Wil- P.T A. has asked us to an- quart non-ionic surfactant kinson Cunty, Mississippi, and nounce that the first P.T.A. added per 100 gallons of spray., such being an exception in that imeeting will be held Wednes- Use enough volume for good the said well will be located lday , September 12, at 8 p.m. in ! coverage and allow 10 to 14 days only 100 feet from one of the the Wilkinson County Training]HOUSE FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, for maximum effectiveness, exterior lines of said unit and School Library. All .parents and 2-bath brick veneer home in 100 feet from another of the'teachers ,alike are urged to be Centreville. $27,500. Hewes Real Summage, deceased, recognized, legally adjudicated ,as such and placed in .possession of said es- tate as contemplated and pro- vided by Sections 1270, 1271 and 1272 of the Mississippi Code Annotated 1942 and as Recom- piled ,and Amended, wherein each of the said absent or un- exterior lines of said unit, and such being a further exception in that the said well will be located only 488 feet, more or less, from a producing well. The legal description of the pro- posed drilling unit is shown above, and the location of the proposed well thereon is as fol- lows, to-wit: Robert F. Catchings & Assoc. Stricker No. A-3 well present and on time. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mr. Clarence McMorris wishes to ex- 'tend our heartfelt thanks to all who aided us In our moment of need. This includes those who brought food, flowers, do- nations and the use of their after 5 p.m. 888-6867. frosted muley. Freshly branded I r "JJ". Jerome Johnson. 19/7/lw FOR SALE: One 164 Trojan 8/31/2wp ' I SPOTS'before your eyes--on your front end loader with blade; i___.. "wried ,D -- -""------'Yl] new carpet? Remove them one C5 Tree Farmer skidder; ll lands o one 1968 F-800 twin screw truck. I the undersigned are hereby / with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sl:ampooer $1. Ben Franklin Contact Jack McDaniel, Centre- posted against all hunting, fish-'store. ville. Phone 645-4371 or 5588. ing or otherwise trespassing. All 7/13/tf previous permissions revoked. 9/7'1w All violators will be prosecuted. FARM LAND WANTED: Have Estate, John C. Hewe, phone 888-3941. 5/18/tf FOR SALE: House on Water Street. Two large bedrooms, bath, living room, dining room. kitchen. Mrs. Bessie Swaggart, phone 888-4203. 7/20/tf at Law. If Any, of Isaac known heirs at law of said Isaac Description of Location: 100 cars. Our special thanks to Rev. Anderson ?end Webb's Funeral Deceased, and Minnie Summage, deceased, and Minnie feet from the north line and Also Known as Minnie Williams, also known as Minnie 1.00 feet from the west line of Home. May God bestow his spe- If Deceased, Minnie Jones, if deceased, is a defend- the NE '/ of NW % of Section cial blessing upon each and ev- 5, T2N-R5W. Wilkinson County, cry one of you. Mr. and Mrs. Also Known as ant, and each of you are de- Mississippi. Charlie McMorris and Family Jones, Cage Summage, fendants. Davis. Joseph Davis, This 20th day of August, A.D., Applicant prays for general relief. Davis, Johnnie Davis, 1973. ANNOUNCEMENT Davis. Mary Catherine Alonzo H. Sturgeon The said matter will be heard Seiber. Laura Ann Chancery Clerk by this Board a 9:30 a.m. on the The members of the Evening Miles Fountain, 8/24/4w 19th day of September, 1973, hur Fountain. Eugene in the Second Floor Auditorium Sta,r Baptist @hunch cord,illy invite the public to attend our Mary M. Crump, Julia State of Mississippi. of the Woelfolk State Office Dedication Of our new church 3. C. Williams. Clarence Couflty of Wilkinson. Building, Jackson. Mississippi, on the first Sunday in October, Jr., Ida McFar}and, To the Absent or Unknown at ,which time and place you same being October 7. Dinner Mac PaFne. Jessie Mac Heirs at Law (If Any) of may appear and contest said will be served. -- Roy. E. D. Clifton R. Davis, John H. Willie "Turk" McNeely," mutter. The application of Rob- Annie Ferguson Wilson, Deceased: err F. Catchings d/b/a Robert Turner,Ward' PastOr;secretary.Sister Johnny Fe,rguson Butler, You are hereby summoned to F. Catchings & A,ssociates is now [ Ferguson, Lurleen appear before the Chancery on file in the office of the State er,guson Collins, Harrison Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- Oil & Gas Board in Jackson, I winter months, but contribute to a nutritious diet. Plant ear- Leona Ferguson sissippi, at the September 1973 Mississippi, and may be there examined, rots and parsley by early Pc- Jessie Ferguson. W. L. Rules, on the Second Monday of and Odessa Ferguson September, A. D., 1973, to plead, This the 5th day of Septem- tober, the others by November. .nt: ber, 1973. "And don't forget to plant answer or demur to the Peti- You are hereby summoned to tion of the Joint Administra- State Oil & Gas Board some onions and radishes to add ear before the Chancery trixes filed in Cause No. 6013 By Quincy R. Hedges zest to your late f, all salads," Secretary-Supervisor Gar, rett added. "Radishes re- of Wilkinson County, Mis- of the Chancery Court of WiN 9/7/lw quire less than a month to be on the first Monday of kinson County, Mississippi, seek- ready for the table, and fresh Vember, A. D., 1973, to show ling to have the. heirs at law [ omens add that little why the Final Account of ministrator filed tn CauseIf Wllie Turk McNeely, de- NOTICE TO ROAD green ceased, recognized, legally ad- EQUIPMENT AGENCIES . something extra." of the Chancery Court Judicated as such rand placed in Sealed bids will be received by I .on County, Missis- Ipossesion of said estate as con- the Board of Supervisors of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, in should not be allowed ltemplated and provided by Sec- approved, and to plead, tions 127{], 1271 and 1272 of the Beard Room of the Court- or demur to the petition the Mississippi Code Annotated house in Woodville, Mississippi, the Administrator filed there- 1942 and as Recompiled and up to noon on Tuesday, October eeking final settlement and Amended, wherein each of said 2, 1973, to purchase for cash I have the heirs at law of Isaac absent ,or unknown heirs at law from the Revenue Slmring Fund, [  Afi+l+qlNl for the use of the Fifth Super-| (if any) of said decedent is a visors SeparaLe Road Dlstrict,] defendant. Complete This 14th day of August, A. D., one (1) new Crawler Tractor| INSURANCE 1973. with 6 cylinder, turbocharged| Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk diesel engine developing at least/ . g"overa-e 8/17/4w 140 H.P. at the flywheel at 1900 R.P.M., individual adjustment In The State Oil And Gas Board free fuel injection pumps, with Protect|on PLUS Of' Mississippi direct electric starting system, Service] Docket No. 152-73-281 power shift transmission, hy- In Re: Application Of Robert draulic controls, straight bull- Y. Catchings d/b/a Robert F. dozer blade, hydraulic conbrolled Be Sure---.-- Catchlngs  Associates To Drill tilt cylinder, steel canopy cab, A Well On A Regular Unit At and power controlled .winch. ------lnure With A Location As An Exception To The Board reserves the right to The Spacing Rules For Oil reject any and all bids. Wells, Such Well To Be Drilled This 4th day of September, FOSTER In The Artonis.h Field, Wilkinson 1973. County, Mi.ssissippii Alonzo H. Sturgeon. Clerk Insurance Agency NOTICE OF ]E|FJI?J[NG 9/7/4w 888-4362, Woodville To The Owners And Persons Interested In The Following Still Time To " Described Land: Plant A Garden SPECIAL ON Mississippi State University-- Spring time is not the only time USED TRACTOR and EQUIPMENT to enjoy the fruits of a garden. There is still time to plant more than a dozen vegetables. Plant ,I-ALLIS CHALMERS Round Baler (like new) vegetables ,which do best dur- ing cool ,weather -- the ones which can withstand light frosts, 1-KNIEB Bale Loader says J. T. Garrett leader of Ex- tension Horticulture.  "Some gardens can still grow 1-JOHN DEERE Hay Conditioner crop of bush snap beans," Oarrett said. "If the normal first frost date is more than I-FARMALL M Butane Tractor 55 days away, you can still have beans fresh from the garden. 1-JOHN DEERE 14-T Baler Beans cannot withstand a frost, but sometimes the first cold- snap is n'ot severe enough to 1-SERVIS 12 ft. Rotary Mower do exensive dsmage and the chances are worth a try. Late beans are of good quality and 1-CALDwELL 12 ft. Rotary Mower are good for canning or freez- ing." Now is the time to plant beets, 1-MAYRATH Barn Bale Conveyer swiss chard. Chinese cabbage,  ,,,'w ''L electric motor) collards and head lettuce. Baby beets in the fall garden have excellent quality:. They thrive in the 'cooler fall temperature and provide another chance ,at preserving a good product. Seal Tractor Co These crops should be planted before October. People in north Mississippi should plant them by told-September. Other vegetables which can be planted now ,are carrots, leaf Woodville, Miss. lettuce, mustard, !parsley, tur- nips and kale, Tender fresh tasty FOR SALE: Due to ill health. the following Washe*teria Equipment is offered for sale: 36 washing machines .and 16 dryers, all in good working con- dition. If interested, telephone 645-2772, Centreville. 8/24/4w POSTED: Flatridge Plantationl and that part of Salisbury: Plantation leased by the under- signed are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. Also against hogs and dogs. 8/31/4mp Gerald E. Johnston 8...31/tf Mrs. R. M. Redhead POSTED: All lands owned by the John A. McClain, Sr., heirs are ,hereby .posted ,against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. 8/24/4wp POSTED: Rosemont Plantation is .hereby posted against all trespassing. Percival T. Beaeroft 8/10/tf clients wanting 1,000 to 1,500 acres of fine sandy loam land for beans, cotton, corn and veg- etables, other clients wanting all size tracts and all kinds of land. Let el' Charlie, the ro- t}red County Agent, represent you. Charles L. Barry & Asso- ciates. 8/31/2w POSTED: All lands owned by the Estate of J. M. McCraine POSTED: All lands owned by are hereby posted against all J. P. Morgan heirs in Wilkin- hunting, fishing or otherwise son County, either jointly or in tresIm'ssing. fee, are hereby posted against 9/7/tf all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. All previous per- missions revoked.' Robert F. Catchings, Leor. 8/24] lm POSTED: Holly Grove Planta- tion near Centreville, Miss., is hereby posted against all hunt- ing, fishing or otherwise tres- passing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Propst. Jr., Rt. 1, Centreville. 8/7/3w POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted .against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 9/7/5wp Mrs. Harper Perry WANTED TO BUY: lulpwooci both long and short wood -- Mixed Hardwoods and Oak- Pecan-Hickory. F r e e timber markln,g service. E. D, Massey, 241 Hom oehitto St., Ntclez, Miss. Clearing the ring of '73s. Pr,ce.f,ghter N Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. 'T, L:II,P {!t+vtll, Tn P.:O. Box 7 . 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