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Begin The Winter Right by, Protecting Your Home.
If it is a new home paint it in CARTER PAINT, If it is an old home repaint it In Carter Paint, any desired color. CARTER PAINT is a carefully pre pared mixture of lead and zinc ground in pure linseed oil, which never disappoints as to color or durability. It lasts better than lead alone, as a mix ture of lead and zinc lasts better than the pure pigment and prevents chalking. This mixture of lead and zinc was used by the Government In palatini the Battleship -Louisiana. The satisfactory results of this crucial test secured for the Manufacturers the contract for painting all the buildings In the Panama Canal Zone. It can be truthfully said the use of CARTER PAINT stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific. On account of its brilliancy of effect,! beauty of tint and durability with economy of cost we urge the use of CARTER CONCENTRATED PAINT, Color cards and estimates cheerfully furnished' MAYO DRUG COMPANY Successor to MAYO WEAVER, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND SEEDSMEN, MAIN AND MARKET STREETS, ' COLUMBUS. MISSISSIPPI. Board of Supervisors. DECF.MHER TEK3I The board met in regular ses sion ; all members and officers present. The following accounts were allowed: Wood Cockrell. J. P., sta. allow'e 19 95 P W Eoykin, same 16 50 V W Hoykin, same 8 60 L W Cotton, same 21 50 K T Mi Leod. same 12 90 I T Smith 38 15 Wood Cockrell , 12 30 S M Bowen 32 00 W H Hunter, building bridge.... 50 00 Brooksville Hdw Co., nails 3 00 J F McHenry, keeping ferry 13 95 D F Allgood prosecuting att'y... 100 00 W E Mauldin, convict overseer ... 65 00 E B Hamilton, notioe to overseers 2 85 Election officers and expenses 11? 00 I T Smith, handling lumber 2 10 Light and Water plant, lights 9 30 II H Brooks, jr., and Gus McLeod overbid 42 91 Chancery clerk, postage 4 55 Circuit clerk, same 100 H C Spangler, plumbing 4 00 J A McCuen, bridge and trestle ... 30 00 Brooksville Hdw, Co., supplies .. 20 22 Macon Stave Co., lumber 4 65 Owl Furniture Co., lumber 11 70 Cade & McCuen,- lumber 82 00 Brooksville Mer. Co., implements 10 52 Cunningham Bros., nails andlum'r 19 62 Hubbard Supply Co.. tools 5 00 Hnbbard Bros., supplies 61 65 Macon Mer. Co., supplies 1 75 E V Davis, convict account 37 05 C. & M. McCiean, tencs, etc ....106 19 Noxubee County Review.printing stationey for W. W. McLeod, county treasurer 1 00 J R Jackson, salary and postage 93 85 Sheriff, jail acct and ofliee 8 35 Same, feeding prisoners 48 40 Same, for court house 17 00 L F Holberg, supplies, etc 10 90 C P Russell & Co., nails 64 Brook Thompson, convict pauper 37 50 J A McCuen, burying pauper. . . . 5 00 John Staggs.sharpening tools ... 1 00 R A Featherston, poor honse 110 50 Dan Harris, cleaning ciatern 8 00 Wood Cockrell, sta. allowance . . 2 40 Noxubee Co. hdw Co., supplies .. 56 76 C P Peters, lumber 1 50 W C Strait, bvilding bridge .... 57 24 Beacon, stationery and printing. . 40 75 Geo. Clearman, lumber, etc IS 82 W L and A M Thomas, bridge . . 50 00 J W Roger:., bridge 50 00 The following were continued: I W. C. Thomas, petition for new road T 0 Gates, petition to buy school hse. I L Dorroh, petition to buy abstract books. Circuit clerk withdrew account for certified copy of inquest withdrawn The following were approved and or dered filed: Report of Superintendent of Ed. Report of auditor and treasurer as to payment of Swanu loan." Report of clerk of board as to loan of 500 to E. II. Johnson. Report of superintendent of poor house. Superintende it of convicts. Report of clerk as to cancella tion of out-of-date warrants. Pierce Triplett was released from taxes erroneously assessed. Account of J. A. McCuen for bridge and lumber rejected. v A Johnson, released from double assessment. Robin Harrison, tax refunded, S. C. Dismukcs and Jim Brewer were released from poll tax- ' L. II. Stowers was allowed $175 for building bridge. Communication from Dr. Mur- phey received and filed. Treasurer's monthly report ap proved and filed. Petition of Jno A Tyson for loan approved The account of Foote, Davies & uo. was continued. L II Stowers was allowed $ 50 for building bridge. E. N. Stewart was allowed $90 for bridge. Report of County Health officer received and filed. x eiiuon oi j a Fleetwood was continued. The following accounts were al- T H Otis, J. P., statutory allow'e 20 90 j w iiaiiey, constable, same 20 60 J B Cotton, J. P., state costs 7 80 P W Boykin, same 9 65 Sheriff, same 1 00 Arctic Ice and Coal Co., coal 72 00 1 j Guy and L H Stower, bridge . and lumber 100 00 Willis Brewer, work on bridge . . 1 50 W A Walker, cattle tick Inaoect 51 00 H P Thomas, lumber and bridge 22 20 V A Thomas, nails 1 00 Dan Johnson and Chapman Kirk were released from poll tax. The following were continued: Noxubee Lumber Co., account. Petition of G M Robertson. Petition of Macon Gin Co. B. C. Stewart, account. J. D. Evans, constable, costs, !j5.25, rejected. Ben Windham, convict, petition for release granted. Report on bridge on Memphis and Macon road four miles east of Macon approved. I L Dorroh, security for loan re, duced. R N Stuart, building bridge across liorse Hunter creek, f 135, Petition of R M Dugan et al., for change of road was granted. Clerk was ordered to issue war. rant for interest on jail bond. Assessment against Ben Miller was reduced. Per diem and millage were al lowed members of the board. Clerk was ordered to advertise letti ng of contracts. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S 5ALE.- State of Mississippi. Naxubee County W. F. Scales, et al.. I Cause No 3308 vs. I In Cnanccry Mar; Louise Scales. j Whereas on the first dav of November. 1910 at tne reiruiar October Term, loin or the Chancery Court of Noxubee County, Mississ ippi, 1 waidnir appointed Special Commii. sionerin tne auove stated came, and author ized and directed to sell at public utcrT.lanrts hereinafter described, to the highest bidder ior casn, in tront 01 tne court bouse d.or, la the City of Mnc.n. Noxubee County, Hiss. I. therefore, in pursuance of iaid decree. win on Monday, the 2nd day of January. 1911, oner tor sale and sell within legal hours, to the highest and best bidder for cash, the fol lowing described nrotwrtr tvino- nnrf tw.l.,.r eituaicu in flumun county. Miss., towlt: Bontn nan of tne south half of Sec. 22. T. 15, R. 17. Which said above described land will be sold separate! v. I will then nftr fi.r saie ana sen the northeast quarter and east half of northwest quarter of Sec. 27, T. 15, R. 17. less 7.35 acres lvinsr south ol rhr Ma con and Memphis road, a more minute des cription of which is shown of record, in the uinvc ui mc i-uuiiccry cierx oi Noxubee connty Miss., in Deed Book 61, page 636, And the north half of south half of See; 22, and the eat half of the southeast quarter. Sec. 21, all in T. 15. R 17. I will nnV-r tnr ..11 said last described lands in sub-divlsi.ns of nut exceraing iuu acres and then at a whole thl tliirhHt nrln. C 1 J A f I will then offer for sale and sell lots 1. 2, 8. 4. 5, 6,7,8.0, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 of ore a. i. jd, k, iy. i win otter tor sale and sell suid lots in tracts of not exceeding 1BO r : , . a wnoie, tne nignrst and best bid therefor shall s-nvem. I fcnii th.. offer for sale and sell the northwest quarter J r . u' (Hcr 01 aec. 14, 1, ltt, K. 16, to the highest and best bidder. 1 Will make tO !the nurphniur r,r nn.l,...H at said sale proper deeds of conveyances to a-ui UPU" cunnrmation oi said sale. ui uic on uay ui ueccmoer. lyiu. BRIE C. SCALES, Commissioner. ..0 t M ea I M ea I I am prepared to grind any quan- lty of corn at any time. Also MEAL FOR SALE I My mill is located one mile north I of Court-House. Satisfacton guar- f anteed. E M. HARRIS 1 en You Want A ton of good COAL A load of BRICK (common or fire) Barrel of best Lime, Cement or Fireclay 1,000 or 100,000 Shingles (any style) A load of rough LUMBER A load of dressed FLOORING A load of dressed CEILING We have the gods and also the price and if. you desire anything in our line, and want it quick, phone 159, and our dray will be there. Give us a call. Phone 159. Respectfully, J. H. WILLIAMS. Implements that you need. n K it If Call and see therrji X