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29, 1923 Lewis, Editor and Propriator 2ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : ]Per armum, in advance ........... $2.00 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Per District Attorney R. E. BENNETT For Sta Senator D. C. BRAMLETT For Representative W, F. TUCKER ALEX K. FARRAR . For Shor|ll  H. A WOOD *&apos; For Cl.meery Clerk W. L HAYS Fen C;u;t Clark JOHN L. HAYS * Fer SUlmtntendant of Education JOSEPH N. MILLER For Assessor E. E. RICHARDSON For Supervisor, 2rid District NOLAN  CAGE Fifth District T. G. BROWN Please Watch Wilkinson County /levelop into one of tbereat dairy. O.e dofiar one mill n marks in Germany, which, be. fore the*wa, were worth about $250,000. All the same there ar( pc?pie in this country who stiF 'bng marks---just to be are  million. worlds series will begin ay, OCtober 10th, at the Stadium in New York, the home of the American League, three. e champions, and it appears that the two New York teams will again compete for national honors has at last decided to  ttneiditionally her weaponless morn! fight against the oceupa. the economic ronghold, the u}tr, and an immediate resumption f Work has been ordered in all fiel& 41etivity, That country might aa well awake to a realization the fact that she was defeated in tllegreat war and mutt meet the de. Zands incident thereto. o. Governor Bilbo, recently te for governor, has as a possible candi- Senator Pat Harri. given notice that he of becoming a can. dtdate for Pat's lace. The are too well satPsed with Pat Harrison's servlcesto think of giving his place to another. Hon. T.U.  Fears representative Congre from the. Fourth_ District of  Missis- sippi, died  of apoplexy in Washing- ton on Wednesday, and his remains will-be brought to his former home in Winona or interment. Mr. Sis- i son was recognized as one of the I ablest zepresentatives in Congress I from this state and enjoyed national i prominence. He was married ont July 21st last to his second wife, and," on his return to Washington was ttlt recipient of many social courtesies and distinctions, among them being the presentation of a silver service. His death is a distinct loss to the state. The farmers of Lincoln county, in Interest ............................ their effort to counteract the effect FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISS. Showing Receipts and Disbursements of the Various Funds from Sop. tomber !, 1922, to Sep- tember 1, 1923. General County Fund---- Sept. 1,'22, cash on hand..$ 2,258.43 Sept. 18, 1922--Revenue Agent ............................ 210.25 Tax Collehtor .................. 40,598.65 Assessor's commission .... 500.00 Interest ............................ 352.96 Money borrowed .............. 14,000.00 Fees from Circuit Clerk .. 37.70 Excess sales of land ........ 345.00 Collected by Dip Insp ..... 12.00 Fines collected ................ 380.50 Total receipts .......... $58,695.49 Total disbursements ........ $57,558.47 Sept` 1,'23, cash on hand..$ 1,137.02 State School Fund--. Sept. 1,'2, cash on hand..$ 3,507.54 Tax colld'cted .................... 9,640.50 Commercial Bank interest 95.76 State distribution ............ 20,735.97 Sale of house .................... 15.00 Loan from Gem Co. fund.. 2,000.00 Loan from Seh. Imp. fund 1,000.00 Loan from Com'l Bank .. 7,000.00 Total ........................ $43,994.77 Disbursements .................. $43.917.68 Sept, 1,'23, cash on hand.. 77.09 Po!! Ta,: Fund--- Sept. 1/22, cash on hand..$ 153.99 Tax 'collected .................... 3,973.70 Commercial Bank, interest 13.49 Total ........................ $ 4,141.18 Disbursements .................. $ 3,944.22 Sept, 1,'23, cash on hand..$ 196.96 Agricultural High School Sept. 1/22, cash on hand..$ 6,162.42 Tax collected .................... 5,181.82 Commercial Bank interest 89.58 Stock and produce sold .... 104.28 Town of Woodvilh rent .. 1,350.00 State distribution ............ 4,000.00 State vocational Edu ....... 1,164.00 From Gen'l Co. fund, money borrowed 1,000.O0 From A H. S. Bond"fund money borrowed .......... 1,500.00 Total ........................ $20,552.10 Total disbursements ........ $13,919.61 Sept. 1,'23, cash on hand..$ 6,632,49 Agricultural High School Bond Fund ept, 1/22, cash on hand..$ 1,8076 Tax collected ...... : ............. 1,295.44 48.86 oum?Total 'disementn ...... 6,798.18 Sept. 1/23, ca on hand.. Fourth Districtc Road Fund--. Sept. 1,'22, cash on hand..$ 825.64' Commercial Bank interest 16.93 Tax collected .................... 535,00 Justice of Peace 48.00 Trans'd from Ven"RciFdl 2,828.95 "rr-n..'d from Co.Highway 79.91 Total ...................... $ 4,388.43 Disbursements .................. 4,094.78 Sept, 1,'23, cash on hand.. Fifth District Road Fund-- Sept. 1,'22, cash on hand..$ 2,911.92 Commercial Bank interest 74.48 Tax collected .................... 1,405.00 Justice of Peace ................ 55.00 Tran'd from Gem Rd.Fd. 6,799.00 Tranz'd from Co.Highway 188.49 Total ........................ $11,433./ Disbursements .................. 10,013.86 Sept. 1,'23, cash on hand. $ 1,420.01 Budget for Year 1924. Genera! County Fund--. $65,000.00, by tax levy and loan warrants, if necessary. Agricultural High School Fund-- $16,000.00, by tax levy and loan warrants, if necessary. Bridge Bond Fund $1,00006, by tax levy and loan warrants, if necessary. Road Bond Fund $20,000.00, by tax levy and loan warrants, if necessary. Roads and Bridges Fund $45,000.00, by tax levy and loan warrants, if necessary. Court House Fund $3,000.00, by tax levy and lea] warrants, if necessary. School Fund--. $40,000.00, by tax levy, state ap propriation, and loan warrants, if necessary. Agricultural High School Bond Fund $1,500.00, by tax levy and loan warrants, if necessary. State of Mississippi, Wilkinson County. The undersigned, Clerk vf the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson county, Mississippi, hereby certifies that the above and foregoing, is a true and correct statement of re- ' ceipts and disbursements of county funds for the fiscal year, beginning Aug. 31st, 1922, and ending Aug. 31st, 1923, and also the budget of expenses adopted by the Board of Supe-isors of said county for the fiscal year ending Aug, 31st, 1924. *W. L. HAYS, Clerk. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of tlie Town of Woodville, Mississip- pi, Beginning October 1, 1922, to September , 1923. General Fund. Rece;pts-- Bal. on hanOct. 1, 1922..91,619.21 Cattle fines 31.00 Fines collected and paid in 25.00 l'ivilege license ................ 127.05 Interest Commercial Bank.. 15.00 Miscellaneous- ,...,= ..... :. ...... 67.90 Four mill-tax levy . .... : .... 1,749.25 Ad Valorum Road collected by sheriff ........................ 1,194.06 An entirely new ly design lends dstinction in appearance,adds measurably to lndividumi comh: end provide gater convenience in the r.ew Ford Coupe. Streamline b<ly, wlndshie.',fi ",,9o, and nickeh.! fittings make this new Coupe highly atracrh,e. Deeply cushioned seat s. improved in terior arra.gv- ment, and cowl vntiiator provideincreasj o Vide doors that open farwrd, revolving tyne window lifters, enlarged rear oompartment and a recess shelf for parcds, back of the sat make let greater convenience. See the ,,, Fe,'d Co. and oher body # your Neurone Ford Dealer' lo,oo W0@D|H[ 0000010g CO. THOS. A. ROLAND, JR., Mnagor. Authorized Ford Dealers. Disbursements Transferred to Time De- posit ................................ $1,790.00 Total disbursements....$1,790.00 Bal. on hand Oct. 1, 1923.. 8.15 Cmetery Fund. Receipts Bal. on hand Oct. I, 1922_][; 289.13 Received from sale of lots.. 14.25 Tax levy ............................ 109.38 Interest Commercial Bank.. 3.94 Total receipts ............ $ 4-.7-0 Disbursements Labor .................................. $ 84.50 Total disbursements....$ 84.50 BaL on hand Oct. 1, 1923..$ 332.20 Van Eaton Park Fund. Reoeipts Bal. on hand Oct. 1, 1922._$ 697.88 Interest Commercial Bank.. 5.25 Total receipts ............ $ 703.13 of the short cotton crop this season will enter more extensively intc dairying and poultry rats. diversification movement county and is being tak. enthusiastically. Our must follow the lead Lincoln countyites. So, iet' "le New Orleans Daily States is for the statement that colonial days is still among Virginia statutes which impose  pounds of tobacco on man absents himself from month without a 9nada Sentinel. please wake the that state up? This is the 19231 " Thee appears to be a determina. among the peopte of Milssippi. regard to politleal afltH," to accord to Governor Whitfleld support in making his ad- s great success towards upbuflding of our state. If he succeed it will certainly be on him, but we have no this line. of 4klahoma, in getting by his action in troops to prevent the a& the state legislature in His action is the r fifht which he is making Klux K/an in hfs efforts bring himself before the country onal fiRre, and tthereb presidential nomination, eenting his ate in the tte.  I I a County Journal. ded thirty-one yeas I owned and edited by I C Hight, ceIebrafed with its last iue the state is more than The ournal, is just naturally men in Missis. improving his that he will of well. the ". John C. Fowler, Frank V clerk, for held by a ttic county at the in Natchez on ] of Fowler and Total ........................ $ 2,725.06 Loans by Water and Light Disburnements fund ...................... 500.00 Disbursements .................. $ 2,000.00 Street Tax ........ i None 72 06 .......................... . 374" l Bal. onhd"5"cC'i/'i'ff', 70S.13 Sept. 1/23, cash on hand..$ -" " Total receipts ............ $5,703.121 Bond and Interest. Cour: Hens- Fund--. "'O " ! Dlshursements " [ Rece/pts Sept. 1,'2, cash on hand..$ .,=. Marshal's Salary , ha[Bat on hand Oct. 1 1922_$ 682 43 Tax collected ................. ,o'..,o.uo . ,, ................ v ,-,,,,., .... .. . ' ,," Int,:rest 3 ol Street Commmsioner's sal- Ta.. lev ............................ 1,9t.88 ............................... 1 ar .....  Transferred from Wvter o ................................. DOU. U . " ---, Treasurer' salary n nt and Lgb.t fund by war- Total ........................ $ 4 033.22, - ..... * ................... ,)'n,, ! Mayor and Clerk's salary 125 00 - rant No. 1412 .............. 104.19 Disbu,,ements ............... $ ......... Members of the i3oard-of " t Interest Commercial Bank.. 5.50 I Aldei"men, salary .......... 72.50 " - Sept. 1,'23, cash on hand. $ 1,o08 22 " t Jeff Freeman, salary 360 00[ Total receipts ............ $2,770.00 Brldg(: Bond Fund-- . ,l Tom Lindsay, salary ............ ......... .q'35.001" 'isburements- . Sept. 1/22, cash on hand .$ I',.173.63 Extra labor .. 159 75 By takivg up counon-, $1,990 00 Tax collected ................ 147.':9 Winding Clock .................. . 60.00 Transferred to Time De- Commercial Bank'ineret 33.541 Printing .............................. 155.93 posit ................................ 850.00 -1 Election commirsioners .... 15.00 Total ................... $ 2,t54.96tStreet lights ...................... 780.00 Total disbursements. S2,770.00 Disbursements ................. $ 1,202.08. Stable rent ........................ 48.00 Sundries as per warrants.. 1,638.91 Sept. 1,'23, cash on han'] .$ 952.S ! Repayment loan to Water Road Bond Fund-- [ & Light Plant .............. 500.00 Sept 1,'22, cash on hand..$ 4,527.35! Tax collected ........... 15.529461 Total disbur"ments..._$5,240.09 Commercial Bank intereut 1545! Bal. on hand Oct. 1, 1923..$ 463.03 Transfer to Bridge Bon 1.. ? 15, 5t 1 W,ter and Light Fund. RecelpU--. Total .................... 20,547.81 Bal. on hand Oct. 1, 1922..$1,123.32 Total disbursemeacs ........ $16,597.71 Tolls .................................... 8,219.13 I Interest Commercial Bank.. 10.50 Sept. 1/23, cash on hand..$ 3,950A0 Sale of old machinery and General Road Fund--- brick .............................. 493.65 Sept. 1,'22, cash on hand..$ 857.07 Repayment loan by Con- Tax collected .......... : ......... 27,205.42 oral Fund ...................... 50e.00 Trans'd rom Co.Highway 2,275.31 Trans'd from 4th dist ..... 1,000.00 Total receipts .......... 910,346.60', "Prans'd from 2nd dist ..... 2,000.0 Dishursemente Bal. on hand Oct. 1, 1923-.$0,000.00 Budget for Year 1923 and 1924 General Fund--. t $6,000.00, from taxes, fines, priv- ileges, street tax and loan war- rant'. Water and Light Fund $9,000.00, from taxes, tolls and loan warrants. School Fund $6,000.00, from taxes, polls, state distribution, outside tuition and loan warrants. Cemetery Fund--. $200.00, from taxes and sale of lot-. Eond and Interest Fund-- $3,000.00, from axes and loan I Commercial Bank interest 841.02 Salaries .............................. 92,580.001 warrant-. - . -- Extra labor ........................ 123.79 Sinking Fund To.tal recmpts .......... $33,421.82 Telephone ... 47 60 Total dsbursements ........ $32,385 82 Pqnt;n, ....................... ,,',, $6,000.00, from taxes, tolls and .... F- "-"';'":'% .............................. oo.vv loan warrants. , . net. m.. ............................. 773.76 Sept. I, 23, cash on hand..$ 1,036.00 Lubncatmg oil .................. 432 02 Clerk of thePi::rdSoTfOCAKIETTe First District Road Fund-,- [ Insurance ............................ 9376 .... mermen. Sept. 1,'22, cash on hand.. $ 3,281.42 Bo:nd No. 45 and interest.. 520.00 NON RESIDENT NOTICE. Commercial Bank interest 122.23 = o General Fund ..... : 500.00 To Allston & Fitts, Dr 0 P .. . Gen. Co. _ .... I Sun__ . ...... :.: .... _ 104.19 claiming any interest in the land z,oan) 1,0o0 00 e, as "per warrants 1,344 56 r ......................... t ..... he einafter described, defendants:  You are hereby commanded to ap- [ Total dsburse ,,_v_.TOtt_l .L.;:._.::...;. ..... _$12,725.67 Bal on hand " ;ments=..$8,91268 pear before the chancery court of mcrnen ,ona. uo.gas) lo.oo vc. ,, :-o..l,4.Z, Wilkinson county at a term of . -- School Fund. , [said court to be held on the first _ Total receipts ..... $12,742.17 Receipts-- I Monda,, of a, ga t ,,o . Torsi disbursements ........ 8,168.15 Bal. on hand Oct. 1, 1922..$1,430.98  swer or demur" the' bil{  of corn- State distribution .............. 1,709.36 plaint filed in said court by James Sept 1,'23, cash on hands 4,574.02 Poll tax ............................. 256,85 P. Cavin, praying for confirmation Second District Road Fund-- I Tax Levy, 7% mills .......... 3,223.06 of his title to the land described as Sept. 1,'22, cash on hand..$ 1,791.881 Interest Commerelal BanIL. 16.40 North west quarter of north west Commercial Bank interest 48,43 quarter, section 18, township 3, L. C. Miller, tax col ......... 1,590.00! Total receipts ........... -$6,636.65 north, range 1, east, and to which Justice of Peace . ........... 60.00 D;shursement-- [they are defendants. Trans'd from Gen. Rd. Fd. 5,058.75i Teachers' salaries ...... 3 8 o n, Given under my hand this 21st ...... --" ...... day of September. 1923. Trans'd from Co.Highway 140.22 Superintendent's salary .... 193.51i W. L. HAYS, Clerk. Sale of two mules ........... 140.00iFue , janltors, heat and I LOWRY & McLAIN, Solleitors for rent ................................ 1,364.0 Complainant" 9-29-I923-4w Total receipts .......... $ 8.829.28 Water ............................... 35.06 without merit Total disbursements ........ 8,350.59 Supplies .............................. 8.90 was given to thg.petltion Sept 1 '23 c - Insurance ...................... "8 75 COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Morgan. The contest i Adarae , , ash on hand..9 478.69} ...... - " By virtue of the decree of the out of the manner in Third D/strict Road Fund--- 1 Total disbursements....$5,390.72 Chancery Court of Wilkinson eoun- chared that absent Sept. 1,'22, cash on hand 1 57  BaL on hand Oct. 1, 192..$1,245.93 Y, blississippi, rendered at the Sop- cast, We are glad Tax eolIected ......... -.v 155. i S;,I,;,. ,.,. [emoer term, 1'923. in the case num- this conest tin our[ Jummelial" Ba "b-,, -.beren:'-'"-'': 4Z,Z'" ..... IKecetpts -- ...... k" ...... [ Beers d ann styled No. 15.15, Ex parts was settled without I sties of Peace 2 S. Graves et al, I will on Satur- results, and, as the Trans'd - ............. 1 5.00 Bal. n hand Oct. 1, 1922 S 41 42 da Octo ' __ - f'rom Gen. Rd.Fd. 6.30 85 "l',v r -- ,, . Y, . be r 20th, 1923, m lawful unanimous, ",Tans'd  Co H 'hwa "1 .... -- ....... * ............................ ,,.,,u.z, neut,, m the court house yard, at matter is t . ig y 74.90 Interest Commereial Bank.. 7.50 WooddHe, Misaissi ---" .... , .. m reeeipt; ..... $ 9,82481 Total rceei-  ann sell tO t.ll hfhe! b;d,ler Cot' P ............ cash the in Wilkinson county, Mississippi: 20 acres in the South West corner of Seton 49, T. 1, R. 1, E, the said 20 acres fronting two acres on the public road, and running back ten acres, and being the same 20 acres reserved by Ben Graves in the deed of conveyance by him to H. N. Pet- tigrew as is shown by deed of record in said county in Deed Book XX pge 2. The parties and the purehaa. er will take notice that the to approve the report and to confirm the sale of the said .nd will be made nd heard before Hen. R. W. Cutrer Chancellor, in vacation at Magnolia Mississippi, on Saturday, October 27th, 1923. This September 22, 1923. W. L. HAYS, Commiioner. 9-29-1923-4w. TRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of the authority vested in me a. Trustee in that certain deed in trust executed by S. E. Wal- ker on the 15th day of March, 1917. o secure Wilkinson County, Missis. sippi, for the use of the Sixteenth Seco, School Funds, in the pay- mcnt of the note mentioned and de- scribed in said deed iu trust and be- ing for the sum of $300 with eight per cent interest per annum, the said deed in trust being of record in said Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in Mortga-e 12ook No. 3, at page 25, de- fault having been made in the pay- ment of the said note, and beinz .thereto requested, I will, es such Trustee, on Monday. October 22. 1923, a the Court. House in Wood- rifle, Missi.ipi, in lawful hours offer for sle and sell to the highest bidder fer cash the lands conveyed in said deed in trust and therein de- scribed s folloxwL to-wit: In Wil. kinson County, Sta.e of Mississippi described as: All West half (W) Sction 6, Township 2, Rnge 1 West, lying South of the public road except 10 ecre on which th Resi- dence of the Late ffuek Ws|ker is situated, and exeevt the SE% of SW of enid Section, containing 14,5 sere.% more or less. Al all my q-dividod interest in the BEt4 of SW . Section 6, Towahi 2, RanL, e 1 We, being an tdivided 14 in- teresa. At meh sle T will cnnvey o_ly ,,ch title as i ve,'gd in me a Trusteo. v'heh i h-lo, d ta he eod DAVrD CARTER, Trustee 9-29-1923-4w. Besides the best fancy IWoed, we have dellcioua lunches alwaF s oll hand.Plitt's Bakery. DELTA LAND FOR RENT.Ha about 3,000 acres rich delta at Fairview, Concordia parish, /.at. Will make rent very attractive to ood farmers with their own teams Land is good, dry. loam land; good houses and livin conditions. Goo" pastures for stock. Write Box 446. Merigold, Mis 9-8-4w *  a * . .  a e LATEST AND BEST a ------. An Increasing. Lifoleal r Montkly * Income if Totally and Pormn-* : .ntly Disabled by Accldent or : Disea&e Before Ago of 60. e The Mut.al Life lusuraa * Company of New York . $100 a month during first five years, $150 during next five years, $200 thereafter for life. No further premium deposit& a a And "then $10,000 at your death * to your beneficiary, or $20,000  if death at any age, is accidental, * : payable in a single sum, or all : income for a term of years or for s life. Total disability lasting 3 *. months regarded, during further continuance, as permanent. Full prtitmlars of this Perfect Life Insurance Policy given upon request. ABE COHEN, Agent for Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N.Y. WoodviHe, M. :! * * a O- a When You Need --IF YOU ARE THE AVERAGI MAN OR WOMAN YOU HAVE TWO COURSES OPEN WHEN YOU NEED MONEY QUICKLY. ONE I$ TO BORROW ITIF YOU CAN; THE OTHER IS TO DRAW IT FROM YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT, WHERE IT HAS BEEN AWAIT- ING THE EMERGENCY. EVEN WELL-TO-DO PEOPLE TAKE NO CHANES ON BORROWING THEY ALL HAVE THEIR SAV- INGS ACCOUNTS. BE WISE FOLLOW THEIR EXAMPLE. OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT ; HERE TODAY. WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST, (0mmercial Member American Banker's WOODVILLE, . . . A FULL LINE OF Fancy and Staple DELMONTE AND LIBBY-CANNED FRUITS CANNF.D VEGETABLES AND MEATS MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, ALMEDA PURE GROUD COFPEE in 3-pound tia. AND A General Line Dry Goods SHOES, HATS, ETC. AUGUST METZGER Woodville, Mississippi /4ARTEN THE REXALL DRUG STORE YOU ALWAY S GET THE BEST OF EVERYTHING, AT THE RIGHT PRICES, AND WHEN YOU WANT IT, WHEN YOU BUY FROM THE REXALL DRUG STORE. WE ARK HERE TO SATISFY OUR CUSTOI ERS ALWAYS, AND WE DO IT, 0000ARTE THE REXALL DRUG STORE R. k. J. SESSION00 ! Have Ju*t Received a N " ment of LADIES' HATS, %Vhlch it Would Pay You te Look Over Before BuFing. Also Have a Large nmnbe of LATEST STYIS IN SHOS. R. A. J. BIDS FOR GRADER. I BIDS FOg Bids will be received by the Board I Bids will be of Supervisors of Wilklnon county, lot Supervisors of Miss., up te 11 o'cl6tk a. m., on thelMis&, up to 11 first Monday, the first day of 'Oeto*[flrst Monday, bet, 1928, for the purchase of one her, 1923, to light Russell Grader for the thl! Buffalo creek, district, The Board reserves the the.fifth right to reject any and all bids. P. J, Smith. W. Cilerk. to