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TI,,00 Wondville Reaubllcan, Woodville, M+ss;ss;pp; " Page 7 +COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES \\;. by $ohn $. Dale, Sr. LEGUMES IN PASTURES .think of three, to four cords of 13 t pulpwood pet" 1,0O0 board feet of _ etting a g, cod stand of cloversawlog s (Doyle Rule) It' pulp- and other legumes in your grass wood brings $6 "a cord stump- PaStures can save your some age, that amounts to $18 to $24 rneY' pet" 1,000 board feet. For saw- Resides the extra, higher logs, stumpage would be three qUallty grazing you get, you will or four times as much. However, also be supplying nitrogen for many trees that can be sold as YOUr grasses and the clovers, pulpwood cannot be sold as saw- White clover, Regal or La. S-l, logs. as tlle ability to supply up to ALso consider this: By the C9 POunds of actual nitrogen+Doyle Rule a ,tree 12 inches in !.er acre. Crimson or arrowleaf diameter lms twice the board- clover will supply around 90 foot volume as a 10-inch tree. l0Unds of nitrogen, and wil The tree under good manage- Winter peas or vetch will pro- merit can grow from 10 inches Yitle around 80 pounds. !in diameter to 12 inches in four With the shortage and price lie six years. You can double money in this your volume and t nitrogen fertilizer, it would 1 e Worth your money to get the add, itional time, .and that's a gUmes g:rowing in your pas- pretty good return on your in- Ures if fsr no other reason vestment. than supplying the nitrogen. FARM-CITY WEEK t FOllow these recommenda- ions: Either graze your pastures !10Sely or clip closely Apply needed lime, phosphate and pot- h. Disk lightly. Top-seed the gUraes, then harrow and culti- ,aek. Be sure to inoculate .the egume seed. TIMBER MARKETING In growing timber for a profit. YoU must fawor ,those trees that %n be sold. Trees that are in le!s demand mus be removed, :01d if pc.ssible, to make room r the better trees. To distinguish between pulp- e d, sawlogs, poles and veneer quires a good deal of effort lld technical information. But ':can mean as much as 300 to lull Per cent more money. &n example: We generally National Farm-City Week, which ends Thanksgiving Day, is designed to promote rural- urban understanding and to show .the interdependence of each upon the other. The theme of the week this I year is "Working for a Bette.r Environment." Kiwanis Inter- national is the coordinating agency for Farm-City Week. LIME In 1972 more than one half of all soybean fields .tested for pH showed a need for lime Liming of low pH soybean land has resulted in yield increases ranging from six to 10 bushels per acre of beans. And. one application of lime lasts from three to five years That's quite a return on investment! Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville In The Chancery Court Of I Wilkinson County, Mississippi In the Matter of the Estate of Arthur Dock Baker, Deceased- ADMINISTllATRIX'S 'NOTICE TO CitEDITORS Letters of Admi0istration hav- ing been granted on tl:e 30th day of October, 1973, by the Chancery Csurt of Wilkinson; County, Mississippi, to the un- dersigned on the Estate of I A,rthur Dock Baker, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against t,l:e said estate to present the same to the Clerk of said Court for Probate and Registration according to law, within six (61 :months from the date rof the North 1 degree 1 minut6 West 102.6 feet to a stake; thence No,rth 85 degrees 27 minutes East 37.3 feet to a stake; thence South 5 degrees 10 minutes East 107.8 feet to a stake; thence North 87 degrees 43 minutes West 44.9 feet to a stake, the true point of beginning and be- ing Lot No. 2 of .the R. C. Kaigler Subdivision as surveyed and latted by L. W. Guy and J. E. Clerk on September 26, 1966, and recorded in Book 5-R, Page 508, Conveyance Records, and being Said bus may be inspected at the Wilkinson County School Bus Shop, Woodville, Mississippi from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., on Monday .through Friday, No- vember 19, 1973 through Novem- ber 30, 1973. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bernard WaStes Executive Secretary 11/16/3w NOTICE OF BIDS The Wilkinson County Board a portion of the No,rthwestlcf Education will receive sealed Quarter of Section 28, T, ownshipibids in the office of the County 2 North, Range 2 West. I Superintendent of Education un- T ........... es l til 3'00 o'clock p.m. Monday, ne aove aescrmea rem - ' of footing a partition among the I + owners in accordance with said l!::Iba:;d 6rucCh2rde: m Psll dec,roe and title is believed to[ c . _ ' ........ nl-.vhave windows in the rear fold De gOOCI DUB I Will convey v y ' . such title as is vested in .melver type passenger and driver as said Special Commissioner, :eats, heavy, duty battery, be first publication of this notice, oz" they will be forever barred. This .the 30th day of October, 1973. Mrs. Hilma K. Horne Mrs. Hilton K. Home Administratrix of the Estate of Arthur Dock Baker Solicitor: Gone Horne P. O. Box 9626 Centreville, Mississippi 39631 11/2/3w and Wednesday, December 12, 1973, at 10 a.m. ,o'clock in the office ,of the Chancellor in the Adams County Courthouse at Natchez, Mississippi, is desig- nated and fixed as the time and place for the hearing of .the application to confirm .the re- port of the said sale. This, the 9th. day .of Novem- ber, A. D., 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Special Commissioner SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S 111/9 '4w NOTICE OF SALE OF t "-NO-TICE TO CREDITORS LAND FOR PARTITION [ Letters Testamentary upon Estellc Prater Ross. Complainant the Es,tate of Pauline Hender- vs. No. 6031 son, Deceased having been James Ross Defendant By virtue of the provisions of a decree of the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, rendered by said Cou, rt on the 7th. day of November. A. D., 1973. the undersigned, as Spe- cial Commissi,oner of said Court in the above numbered and styled cause, will on Monday, the 3rd. day of December, A. D., 1973. at the West Door of the Courthouse in Woodville, Mis- sissippi, within legal hours, about noon, expose for sale and sell to the highest bidder" for cash certain real estate situated in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a steel pipe se at the Northeast corner of lot conveyed to W. L. McFarland. et ux. by J. T. McFarland. et ux, on December 8. 1961, and of record in Book 5-A. Page 341. Conveyance Records, Wilkinson County, Mississippi t h e n c e North 86 degrees 58 minutes East 30 feet to a stake; ,thence South 10 degrees 50 minutes East 77.7 feet to a stake: .thence South 4 degrees 28 minutes East 97.9 feet o a stake; thence South 87 degrees 43 minutes East 36.3 feet to a stake, the true point of beginning: thence granted .and issued to the un- I dersigned by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, on the 30th day of October, 1973, ]all persons having el'aims against said estate are .hereby notified to have .the same probated, reg- istered and allowed by the Clerk of said Cotrt within six (6) months from the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be forever barred. .This the 30th day of October, A.D., 1973. Chester W. Henderson 11/9/4w Legal Notice NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF CONTRACT "Notice is hereby given that the contract between he State Highway CommisSion  of ,the State of Mi:sSisst,liY't+ackson. Mississippi, on the one part, and T. L. James & Company, Inc., Ruston. Louisiana on the other part, dated the 31st day of Au- gust 1972 for the construction of a proect designated as State Pr.eject Number 79-0009-01-019- 10 being a section of U. S. High- ways Nos. 61 & 65 between Mississippi-Louisiana State Line ,equipped with two camper .type mirrors with size 7& '' x 10V2" head, heater with fan and de- froster, standard transmission, and be equipped ,with five wheels with 4 PR .tires The Board reserves the right to ,reject any or all bids. Bernard WaStes Executive Secretary 11/16/3w AN ORDINANCE Prohibiting The Parking Of Vehicles On That Portion Of U. S. Highway 61 Within The Town Of Woodville, Mississippi, From the Inter-section Of Mississippi IIighway No. 24 Northerly To Sweeney Lane. Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of .the Town of Woodville in council convened: Section 1: That it shall be unlawful at any time to per- mit any vehicle to park and/or stand in any of the following places within the Town of Woodville except when neces- sary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a policeman or ot, her law officer in charge of traffic control: That part of U. S. Highway No. 61 lying within the corpo- r, ate limits of the Town of Woodyille, Mississippi, described as folows: Commencing on the East Margin of U. S. Highway No. 61 at a point ,where said U. S. Highway No. 61 intersects with :Mississippi Highway No. 24; thence Northerly along the East Margin of said U. 8. High, way No. 61 to a point where said U. S. Highway No. 61 in- terec.ts with the South Margin [of Sweeney Lane. Section 2: That the Chief of J Police or any other person au- thorized by .the Mayor and Board of Aldermen shall cause signs to be posted in scribed in Section 1 hereinabove and Woodville .in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, has been the areas de- fully and completely performed and final settlemen thereunder where ,parking is prohibited in- has been made dicating such prohibition. This-notice is given under Section 3: That any person, Section 9016, Mississippi Code of firm or corporation violating 1942, in pursuance of ,the au- .this Ordinance shall be subject //z-   .... ,,,,',e thority conferred up,on .me by to .punishment by a fine of not I* ":=.'%: order of the State Highway more ,.than Fifty Dollars ($50.00). I Commission in Minute Book 24, lEach time this Ordinance is Page 1460. I volated shall constitute a sop- State High,way Commission l arate offense. of Mississippi I Section 4: That this Ordinance .-, . '2 - - " /' , By: John R. Tabb I shall go into full force and ef- '' Secretary feet thirty days (30) f,ron and "' :"''-- _. ll/16/lw . after ,the first publication here-  . Legal Notice of.  Ordained This The 6th Day .. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Of November, A. D., 1973. .-  OF FINAL SETTLEMENT G. J, G,0nda, Mayor " {--''-- ' - OF CONTRACT "- ':"': "':':''' '=/  Attest: Five and nolO00 dollars ndred'TwenW ..... ' ............ $325.?0 , Notiee is hereby given that Frances Townsend, Clerk Pick P "t'hree ,. .............. ..-. \\; the contract between the State ll/16/lw \\; ,,//a"74/ ) .- I Highway Commission of ,the your ', State of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi, on the one part, and T. J. James & Co., Inc., Ruston, i Product Louisiana on he other part, I dated the 3rd day of May 1972 for the construction of prelects and Pick your Payoff! designated as State Projects Numbers 79-0014-01-'024-10 & '/9- I 009-01-009-i0 being a section Mars Hill News Mr, and Mrs. Don Stevens and son of Baton Rouge visited Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Ashley and Harold and Mary during the weekend Mr. Aaron Ashley .of Gloster route spent the day with ,hem Saturday. Mr. Harold Ashley of Gray- on, Ala., left Saturday to go back to work after spending two weeks at home with his parents xnd sister. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ken- non Ashley and Mary. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ford of Woodville, Mr. C. W. Cavin of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. Ruth Nettles and girls, Miss Sue Nettles .and Mrs. Eliz- abeth Whittington of Gloster. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Craft and boys, Grog and Chris, of Pasca- goula spent .the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mottle White- head, in Natchez. Mr. Jesse Lee Arnold is adding: two rooms to his trailer borne. Mr. Willie Hazlip has been help- ing him. Mrs. Robert Hunter and S.taey and her mother, Mrs. Sallie Cavin, spent the weekend at West Point visiting Mr. Hunter, who is working there. We send our sympathy to Mrs. Emma Bryant in the death of her grandson, Jeffrey Myers of Houston. Texas, on November 9 at the age of 26. He died *of a he,art attack. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holden of Baton Rouge spent the weekend here with her sister. Mrs. Emma Bryant. Christmas Mailing Deadlines Told By Postal Service Urging all customers to mall as early as possible for Christ- mas, the U. S. Postal Service .h..as announced a series of rec- ommended mailing deadlines fox the convenience of mailers: Nov. 17: Parcel Air Life (PAL) mail to armed forces in South and Central America. Africa Nov. 20: Space Available Mail (SAM) to armed forces in Can- ada. Greenland, Labrador, New- foundland, The Azores Nov, 27: PAL to armed forces in EUrope, Western Pacific Nov. 30: PAL mail o armed forces in Canada, Greenland, Labrador. Newfoundland, The Azores; All surface parcels to Alaska and Hawaii Dec. 1: Airmail greetings and parcels to La,rmed forces in South and Central America and West- ern Pacific; international sur- face parcels to Canada and Mexico WCTS NEWS Wilkinson County Training School concluded their Home- coming .activities last week. The Principal and his faculty would like to thank all concerned per- sons for helping to make our Homecoming a success. We have been told that this Homecoming, especially the Pa- rade, was one of the best, and if this is true ,the whole com- munity deserves credit. The WCTS Wildcats lost their Homecoming game to the strong Liberty Bobcats. After a hard battle they lost to the Bobcats 6-0. Wilkinson County Training School will be out to celebrate the Thanksgiving, holidays on Thursday and Friday, Novem- ber 22 and 23. The WCTS Basketball team will play its first home game on Sa.turday night, November 17, against the Fayette Tigers. The Junior Varsity game will begin at 6 o'clock and two Varsity games will follow. Admission: Students, 75c; Adults, $1.25. Wordy Hicks, Jr., Principal CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere gratitude ,to Dr. C. E. Catchings for the service he rendered and to all ,of our many friends and relatives who were so kind to us at the death of our loved one, Annie Cage" A special thanks to all who brought and sent food, florals, cards, offer- ings, visits and prayers. Your many words and deeds of con- cern have meant a .great deal to us and we will ever be grate- ful to each of you. May God's blessings be upon you. Mrs. Alice Williams and famllly A cash bonus direct from the factory.., even on machines for future deliveryV or... interest paid to May 1, 1974! Start your Hessmn one-man system now-when you can pick the exact machine you want-and save money by buying early. Hesston Windrowers I HESSTON StakHandeSy stems Hesston Forage Harvesters The sooner you buy.,, the more you save! Come in now. choose your Cash Bonus or Interest Waiver on machines in our inventory. If we don't have your choice in stock, but have it on a confirmed wholesale order, you can still get a cash bonus by buying now for future delivery. Today is the day to come in to get all the details and look at the Cash Bonus schedules-the sooner you buy-the more you save? r x,tre March 1 1 74 Cash Bonus and nterest Wa ver programs e + : 9 HE.005"I00N d f)n I knowled tr who esa e orde "Future delivery orders are ba.e  . , . t , " and machine availability. / CORPORATION )| Stakhand tb a ct,tered tr,tdemark ol I Icsston Cl>q)or.txvti JAr Firm Equlpmenl Division HOSltOn, Karlsa167002 Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. of Mississippi Highway Nos. 24 & 33 between Centreville and Gloster in Amite & Wilkinson Counties. Miasissippi, has ,been fully and completely performed -and final settlement .thereunder has been made. This notice is given under Section 9016, Mississippi Code of 1942. in pursuance of the au- thority conferred UlOn me by order of the State Highway Commission in Minute Book 24, Page 1460. State Higlway Commission of Mississi,ppl By: John R. Tabb Secretary ll/16/lw NOTICE OF SALE The Wilkinson County Board of Education will receive sealed bids in the office of the County Superintendent of Educa.tion ,un- til 3:00 oVlock p.m., Monday, December 3, 1973, .for the sale of School Bus No. 66, v.hlch has a 54 passenger Su,perior body mounted on a 1966 Che,rolet chassis. Dec. 7: Internatiional surface greeting cards to Canada and Mexico Dec. 8: Airmail greetings and parcels to armed forces in Can- ada; International .air parcels to Africa, Near East, Far East Dec. 10: Surface parcels with- in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) Dec. 11: Airmail greetings and parcels o armed forces in Eu- rope; international air parcels Europe, South and Cenral America. Dec. 15: Surface greeting cards within the U.S., including Alaska and Hayall Dec. 16: r.ternational air greetings .to Eu,rope, Cen,tral and South America Dec. 19: International air greetings to Canada and Mexico Dec. 20: Air greetings and parcels to Alaska .and I-Iawaii Dec. 21: Airmail 9creels and letters within the U.S. (except Alaska and Hawaii). nu -WANTED- Q ality ASH, Cherry .ar00 ['i! or Lace Bark HI :KC Highest Prices Paid Contact O. AMES COMPANY Handle Quality ASH, Cherry Bark OAK, and Tight or Lace Bark HICKORY. Phone 888-6431 Woodville, Miss. %ioliday 0000;xpress .,. .................................... ................... +=:: u Think how much your phone means to you... how little your telephone costs per day. Use it;. IT'S A BARGAIN. South Central Bell Mississippi People KpingYou InTouch