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:/SZPTEMBER 8, 19200. i Lewis, Editor and Propri.tor i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : annum, in advance ............ $2.00 Z;I; ; ilii!i  i iili Entered at the postoffice at Woodville, Nits., as second-class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For District Attorney R. E. BENNETT For State Senator D. C. BRAMLETTE For Representative : W. F. TUCKER LEX K. FARRAR , For Sheriff H. A. WOOD &apos; For Chancery Cleri W. L. HAYS J For Circuit Clerk " JOHN L. HAYS For Superlntendent of Education JOSEPH N. MILLER For As,asssor E. E. RICHARDSON For Supervisor, 2nd Distrlct NOLAN S. CAGE i For SulrVtoor, Fifth District T, G. BROWN 0 J COTTON CROP[ Ordered that the clerk draw per IS NOW FORECAST [diem as follows: W. L. Hays, 1 day I $8. .....  ............ ] Ordered that the Board do now ,WE511"LL'TU, Aug. ,dl.ty I ,. , ..... U. P.)- Condition of the cotton l aoourn unto me nex regular mee- r. " t lh . crop on August 2o was 4.1 percent ..... . of normal as compared qth 67.2  D.W. HUFF, Premdent. percent on July 25 and 63.5 percent. the average cn AuF.ust 25 for the part 10 years, the a:Ticulture de- partmcnt reported today. This forcast a yield per acre of about 134.8 pounds and a total pro- duction of about 10,783,000 bales. Last year': production was 9,761,617 bale. Commenting on the report, the agriculture department said the drouth in OMahoma and Texs, se- i vere rains in th$ southeast and the l ravages of the boll weevil and leaf worm rind caused the marked decline] in prospects. [ The,condition on August 25, in percenthge of normal and the for-I cast of vroduction, in thousands of I bales by-principal state are: [ Virginia, 93 and 50; North Care-I lina, 71 and 885; South Carolina, 57 t and 708; Georgia, 42 and 827; Flor-l ida, 30 and 17; Alabama, 52 and 828; Mississippi, 48 and 858; Louis- iana, 53 and 361; Texas, 55 and 3,722; Arkansas, 57 and 948; Ten- nessee, 64 and 415; Missouri, 67 and 193; OMahoma, 46 and 791: Call. fornia, 88 and 43; Arizona, 90 and 83; New Mexico. 88 and 59. Immediately after the publication of the government crop report show- ing a condition of 54.1 and an indi- outed yield of I0,788,00 bales, the New York cotton market advanced 40 to 100 points, March going to 25 AdglCULTtAL HIGH SCHOOL] cents on general buying and cover. OPENS SESSION. [ in. [ . o - Hundred and Twenty Scholars i ,PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD Enrolled---A Most Succudu J OF SUPERVISORS. Term Predicted. On Monday morning at 9 o'clock session of 1923-'24 of the Wil- kinson County Agricultural High chool was held in the auditorium, where a large ncmber of patrons and iends had gathered. Mr. J. L. Denson, who is serving his first term as principal, called the gathering to '@rder and a Bible lesson was read by Rev. H. G. Hawkins, of the Meth- odist church, and prayer was offered by Rev. D. E. Holt, of the Episcopal . churcl Mr. D. C. Bramlette was then introduced and delivered the addeu of welcome, during the course ef which he spoke in highest term o f the prospects of the school for the :future, and reviewed the glorious past of this county in a manner such as only one who is fully conversant with its history could do. He men- ioned the great men of national :fame who had claimed Wilkinson county as their homes and referred to many bits of history of which our county has a right to feel proud. He . closed by a very complimentary ref- erence to lr. Denson and his faculty and wished and predicted a great future for the school. Mr. Denson then outlined the plans upon which he expected to conduct the school, and' among other thing..said: "We want your chil- dren to come to this school and do the right, thing and we will help them; but if they come here and do the wrong thing, they cannot stay." He said that he hoped that the school would live up to the past his- tory of the county and asked the co. operation of the people of the en- tire county. The pupils were then assigned to their classes and the school work taken up. The faculty for this year follows: L. Denson, principal, Mathemat- and Latin; R. E. Cox, Agricul- glare; C. S. Miller, Agriculture and Science; W. H. Wood, History, Civ- ics and Athletics; Miss Jessye Le- flops, English and Latin; Miss Vera Shaw, Home Economics; Miss Lil- Ban Peters, Music; Miss Orlean Thompson, Girls' Athletics; Mrs. A. E. Morgan, Matron. In the Wood- rills Graded School Mrs. H. B. Me. C-she,, Mrs. Laura Gildart and Miss Camille Dreyfus are, we are glad to xeport, retained for another session. and Miss Orlean Thompsma has been zdded for the seventh and eighth gradeg. The school opened with perhaps the largest enrollment in its history. There are now one hundred and twenty scholars in the high school and 51 boarders in the dormitories, and others steadily coming The pu- pils in the Woodville Graded SchooT have not as yet been tabulated, but the nmnber will give a total of over hree hundred in all. New life has been injected into this institution and everything has begun with what may be termed a running start. In addition to the thorough school work nd discipline, athletic departments ]ave been added and are being stressed. We predict for Mr. Denson, who is ene of the mte's leading educator fmeuclt sucee in our school as we el and know that he has the co- eperation of his faculty and of the Ople of the county. greatest eatrastrophe n the of the modern world occm: on last Saturday when followed by a fire, wave and typhoon, caused the Tokio and rokohama two lurer, st cities of that conn. :as well as outlying property. dead will never be knowr estimated betwee L00 persons, and the of wounded and homeless well up into the millions. i necessarily intense. o give these pople our pr.vers, we must no aid that is need- fn,d. are going for. 'ard to tricken sections and doubtle no tmam or county in this ation wnl fat! +, Yes ...... . . . --: porto tO nlS ere To -pin WiIMso= - - . ".. u county na rosrondod nv, its first contribu. tion havin ben sent et on Monday. WhHo fho o,. r ec]ttve:i committee wn onav "a in r wnrk of tabular. Sn the -otnr of +be recent Primarx, J, Cohom. connt , ama a nrominot r]p-'o,' o f. +h , +ok eVe] of tho bMLt boxes F'ed them ;,, b ec ..... yard.Thi tin was, ; ; id. Dromted l,, +he demand r , re,mint of the aceo-nt the , rf the The State of Mississippi, Wilkinson County. Be it remembered that at an adjourned meeting of the Board of Supervisors of said county, met pursuant to adjournment, August ,10th, 1923, began and held in the court house in the town of Wood- ville, on August 30th, 1923. Pres- ent, D. W. Huff, president; W. V. Morris, N. S. Cage, B. A. Nettles, W. T. Smith, members; L. C. Miller sheriff; and W. L. Hays, clerk. In comlSliance with the require- ments of section 8, of Chapter 323 of the Laws of 1912, we, the under- sined, constituting the Board f Supervisors of Wilkinson county, Miss., do hereby certify: That we have this day carefully compared the recapitulations appearing on sP.id roll .as of the first day of February, 1923, that said recapitulation con- tain true, correct and complete sate. ments of the final totals of said 'rolls. a3 finally fixed and revised by said i Eoard a it AugusL, 1923, meeting;I that said .ecapitualations are in all, things true, correct and complete.' Be it remembered that at a regu- lar meeting of the Board oi Superw- ! sr in ano ,+r said state and county begun and hhl in the com hvuse m I t, he ov,'t O1" ''oodvllte, on" the first Monday, the third (lay of September,' 1923. Precp.t W. V. Morris, N. S. :Cage, D. W. tiuff, B. A. Nettles and I W. T. Smith, members; L. C. Miller. 'sberiff, and W. L. Hays, clerk. This ta: W. T. Kai,- le:. treasure:, presented his report for the month of August, I:23, which wa, examined, approved r.::d ordered recorded, howing the fob lowing an3ounts on hand: Geneat County Fund $I,137.02; A. 11. School $6,68_.09; State School $77.- 19; A. H. School Bonds $725.06; Road Bonds $3,950.10 ; Poll Ta:. $192.96; Pension $149.48' Bridge Bond $706.08; let dist. road $4,574,05;, 2nd dist. 7S.68; 3rd dis. $3,026.59; 4lt dist. $29.65; 5th dist $1,420.68. This day John C. Day, superintend. ent of education, presented his re- port for the month of Sept., 19'_'3, which was read, approved and order- ed filed. Report of J. R. Hamilton, county demonstration agent, read and or-+ dered filed. Repm of Dr. W. I. Marsalis, coun. ty health+office, for the month of! September, 1923, read and ordered filed Ordered that the clerk i directed to issue to McKeithen Construction Co., a warrant for the sum of $14,- 127.95, payable out of the Prentiss Highway Fund, being balance due them for constructing Buffalo bridge on Upper Natchez road. Ordered that the offer of the Com- mercial Bank to loan Wilkinson county $6,000 with interest at 6 per cent per annum payable on Feb- ruary 15th, 1924, is accepted and the president of this Board and clerk are directed to execute loan warrant} therefor. Hen. Board of Supervisors: en-I tlemen: We, your committee 'ap- | pointed to appraise land of D. A. t Brsnnan and T. tl. NetS.trills, have l performed that duty and appraizo said land at $1200.'-W. V. Morri, N. Y. Cage. Application of D. A. Brannan and T. H. Netterville for loan out ef 16th section school fund for $t]00 granted and a warrant i. ordered issued to hem ouc of T ..... R .w. fund. upon the cancellation of all encumbrances if any, o: said brad off,,'red as secu- rity, and upon-their filing note and deed of trust on said land, Petition of John C. Day, superin. tendent of education, to have the following transfer made on account and are hereby transmitted in good of error, granted: $I00 from Insti- faith to comply with the require-[tute fund o School fund; $50 from ments of said section. Witness purl T4, Rlw, fufid, to School fund; $721 signature this the 30th day of I from T4. Rle, fund, to T4, Rlw.] August, 1923. W.V. Morris, mem-tfund ; $30 from T1, Rlw, fund, tel ber first dist.; N. S. Cage, member IT2 , R2w, fund [ second dist.; D. W. Huff, memberl Petition of trustees of T4, Rlwl third dist.; B. A. Nettles, member fund, to appropriate the sum of $50 I fourth dist.; W. T. Smith t member to sunplement the salary of teacher] fifth dist. ef ,ffoltoman school granted and "HE UNIVE'RSA CAB ANNOUNCEMENT of Interest to MILLIONS of FAMILIES "'! will build a cae for the multflude" Said Itenry Ford in 1903--Read how the fulfillment of that prophecy is now made possible through the Ford g,00Yoakly Purc0000as00 00Yan 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= fit of motor car ownership. 'During the past fifteen years over 7,500,000 Ford ears have been placed in the hands of retail customers more than a miltilon and a half of them within the psat twelve months---and yet there are still millions of families who ale hopefully looking forward 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 asid a small amount each wk and you will be surprised how soon you will own it. In the meantime your money will be safely deposited to your credit where it will draw interest. Think it over. Five dollars will cart an aecount. The whole family can paicipate in it father, mother, brothers-and siste: 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 get started toward the ownership el a Ford car. Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan. WOOg1LL 0. THOS. A. ROLAND, JR., Manager. Authorized Ford Dealers. warrant ordered issued as the law for bids io purchase one light Russell : grader for third district. linutes of yesterday read, approved and siged by the president. Whereas at the August meeting directL Ordered that the clerk advertis< Ordered that the Board do now ad. journ until 9 o'clock tomorrow morn- rag. D. W. HUFF. President. - ml Day. Beard met pursuant to adjourn- nnt. Present same as on yesterday. 00an? buy one #as today i"( wut anothe00, lomorrouuhm, N SOILINE Buy at the pump with the Crown sign: 01L COHPAN00 i 4 qn ITED of this Board a contract was awarded to Wm. Havard to rebuild the bridge acro Mud Creek in 5th dist., and he having failed to give bond to do ."aid work, it is hereby ordered that When You Need IF YOU ARE THE AVERAGIg MAN OR WOMAN, YOU HAVE TWO COURSES OPEN WHEN YOU ,NEED MONEY QUICKLY. ONE 15 TO BORROW iT--IF YOU CANal THE OTHER IS TO DRAW i1' FROM YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT, WHERE IT HAS BEEN AWAIT- ING THE EMERGENCY. EVEIq WELL-TO-DO PEOPLE TAKE NO CHANCES ON BORROWING -'-" THEY ALL HAVE THEIR SAV'o INGS ACCOUNTS. BE WISE AND FOLLOW THEIR EXAMPLE. OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT ! HERE TODAY. WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTER[:ST. Commercial Member American Banker's WOODVILLE, - - Woodville, Mississippi ,"hid contract be awarded to C. C ;:=::-::-:::-=<-___::::_ Johnson at and for the sum of $124 he, being the next lowest bidder, upon MARTE of his bid. Resolved by this Board that all objections to assessment on timber in todd eounty, raised and made by THE REXALL DRUG she Board at its Augt/st meeting, 1923, be and are rejected, and such a'sessments on such timber be and the same is made final. Hon. Board of upervivsera, Gen. flamen: We, your committee ap- YOU ALWAYS GET THE BEST OF polnted to inspect bridge over Ven. tress creek, have performed that EVERYTHING, AT IHE RIGHT duty and found said bridge built ac. PRICES, AND WHEN YOU WANT eord.nff to slecifleations.D. W. ttuff, W. T. Smith. IT, WHEN YOU BUY FROM THE (Completed next week.) REXALL DRUG STORE. WE ARE * * * * . e- HERE TO SATISFY OUR CUSTOM" * LATEST AND BEST ERS ALWAYS, AND WE DO IT- " An incmsin, Lifolon8 Monthly Income if Totally and Perma- * uently Dhmbled b Accident or * Disea Before A. of 60. * The Mutual Life Imurmcn =-'0"-*" f,[ARTE $I00 a month during first five * years, $150 during next five years, $200 thereafter for life. * No further premium depoMt * THE REXALL DRUG STOR * And then $I0,000 at your death * to your beneficiary, or $20,00@ * ** if death at any age, is accidental, : "-: - : - : : : : - .............. 4 payable in a single sum, or as * income for a term of years or for * * life. Total disab/iity lasting 3 *, * months regarded, during further * continuance, as permanent. * m * Life Insurance Policy given * S , " upon request. * j ttra' * : : ABE COHEN, Alrent fmr Mutual Life lnammce Co. of N.Y. I can make a five : : [prices on what yoU * . J want to buy. I have boiler; one 16 h. p. engine; one 24-,.00ch Freoch mi,00 a, I what you want. reasonable nrices. Apply to W. L i FERGUSON, Phone 73, Woodvflle, Mis00 [ Dry Good, Grocerle00 [Feed Stuffs, Etc. " To the Honorable Lee M. Russell, Governor, and State Paradoninff oard of the State of Mississippi: We, the undersigned resident cit- ,.oo. o, w,00:o .0..,,. R.A.J SE sippi, would respectfully petition ;our IIonorable Body to consider and your honorable body to onsider and grant unto Willie Feltus a pardon. Petitioners would show that the said Willie Feltus is a colored man about 34 years old, and has a family, and was at the October, 1921, term of the Circuit Court of Wilkinson county, indicted, tried and convicted of the crime of murder, and sent to the State Penitentiary for life. Petitioners would chow that the killing occurred at night at a negro dance, or frolic, where there was quite a crowd of negroes and prac- tically all of them drunk, where there was some eye witnesses to the dlling-' it cmcd a the 1 and i has since developed that all parties! until the present were too drunk to give an also has a account of the killing, and too at the no means of time the fatal shot was fired, the de- labor, ceased was advancing on the said! owing to Feltus with a pistol in a shooting po- iing the n sition, t was shown upo the hear- lieve that ing in this case by good white tsti- sufficiently mony that this negro Feltus has turned loOSe never been in any trouble in his life .useful until this time, was from a good P L. family of negroes, and had 9tuart been AUGUST METZGER SHOES, HATS. ETC. .General Line Dry Goods DELMONTE AND LIBBY CANNED FRUIT CANNED VEGETABLES AND MEATS MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, ALMEDA PURE GROUD COFFEE in 3-pound tins. AND A Fancy and Staple A FULL LINE OF