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December 1, 1923

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THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN SUPPLEMENT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1923. BRINGS PROSPERITY. I I view of the fact that Claiborne I is gradually getting into the l business, it is interesting tol what dairying has meant to sections where it has been car- on for several years. Recently G. Hastings, cashier of the Port Bank, wrote to the Bank o at Lexington, Miss., ask about the dairy business in county. In his reply, the of the Bank of Lexington i county is full of small farm- who are out of debt, who have in the above way (referring with grade Jersey cows) the past five years, who now all of their expenses out of weekly creamery check They plant from five to ten acres to mule in cotton. If they happen any, it belongsto them and to a merchant. Our cotton crolc his year is nothing short of a, ir." f Had our land owners heeded the of G. H. Alford, our first agent, fifteen years ago they! have been infinitely better off they are now. We remembet i instead of taking this advice J resented it, and there are many! in the county who still feel bit, i ter toward Mr. Afford, who, by the way, is now regarded as an agricul- tural authority. Cotton as a surplus crop is all. right, but the man who contemplates! putting his all in a cotton crop in boll I weevil teritory had better give hi i place away before the proposed crop is started.--Port Gibson Reveille. O THE COW AND THE HEN. You can hardly find a farmer who will not say he can make feed enough for 12 milk cows. And it is hard to find a creamery man who will not contend that 12 good cows well fed will produce $100 per month. And it is imposible to find a cotton farm. er who is making $100 per month Then why is it we find so many cot. ton farmers and so few cream pro- ducers? Our columns are open fox the answer. One of the great\\;6roubles with ! southern people is the# pay too little attention to small things. It is the small things that make big things--- epecially when you discuss finances Perhaps there are few people who realize that the egg sales in America overshadow the wheat sales in dollars and cents, but statistics say so. The American hen added more than a billion dollars to the nation's wealth this year.--Winston County Journal THE OLD WILSON. The radio address of Woodrow Wil- son Saturday night, followed by his brief speech from the porch of his Washington home on Sunday proved conclusively that not seeking sympa- thy-he desires only understanding. Woodrow Wilson says that our at- titude in the world's affairs since the armistice has been ignoble, and there is no other word to adequately de- scribe it. "I have seen fools resist Provi- dence before," he declared, "and I have seen their destruction, as wil] come upon these again--utter de- neither one nor the other--just drift, ing with the tide, regardless of the way it flows. The doer and the ob. jector furnish the amusement. The drifter gets the benefit.--Exchange. NOTICE OF BIDS. Bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson county, . Miss.; 'up to 11 o'clock on the first Monday, the third day of December, 1923, for the purchase of one sec- tional steam boiler for the court house, to operate on not over 15 pounds of steam; with shaker grate or rocker grates; to burn soft coal; to furnish radiation for not less than 1950 square feet of radiator surface; boiler to have steam gauge, safety and water column. Bidder to st ....... furnish alll necessary fire tools. The rucuon ana contempt, fnat we Board reserves the right to reject shah prevait is as sure as Goa reigns.-" I any and all bid W.L. HAYS, That sounds like the old Wilson--[ 11-10-1923-4w. Clerk. the Wilson of war days, endowed by I BIDS TO God with wisdom, courage and a de- I Bids will be received by the Board termination to do his duty at all of Supervisors of Wilkinson county, hazards.---Jackson Daily News. Miss., up to 11 o'clock on Monday, "O Every town has a few people in it who are willing to do things. There are also a few who object to pro- gressive measure In the same town you will find a large number of peo. ple who are "betwixt and between," December 3rd, 1923, to build a bridge at Fort Adams on the west side of the Fort Adams dipping vat. according to specifications on file in the chancery clerk's office. The Board reserves the right to reject and and all bids. W.L. HAYS, 11-10-1923-4w. Clerk. F.O.B.Toledo By special arrangement! Your opportunity to make a personal inspection and have a complete demonstration of each remarkable feature of the wonderful new Overland Champion--Americds most versatile car." Sweeping public interest and demand lead us to hold a Champion 00emonsh'ation 700.eek Nov. 2 2 to Nov. 2 0 Jn00,lus ire Plan now to come in! Learn all about this first real all-purpose closed car! 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