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Wi iM -t-- fJ4Ui YEAR maco:j, nmssirn, Friday, January 24. 1913. NUMBER 14 Board of Supervisors. JANUARY TUX. Board met in regular session; all mem bers and oncers present After pro tarnation by the sheriff the following proceedings were had: . Committee appointed to Inspect bridge across Dancing Rabbit creek re ported that same had been boilt accord ing to plans and speciflcationa, and war : rant for sum of $124 was ordered to be issued to R. T. McDavid to pay for aarne. ALLOWANCE R !C Patty, making special road as sessment $ 65 00 A. m. Lhnsmore. work on din- . . pingrat.. 1760 jonn A. Tyson, postage, etc. . 8 32 same, for stamped envelopes. . 50 0) L. F. Holberg. locks. . , , - 3 60 uement f r't'g Co., books, etc. 15 26 Walker. Evans ft Coggswell, Index and cover 26 75 Dement Fr't'g Co., for same. . tt. i. martin, overotd w, y. Stewart, same 21 25 1 27 8 85 C P Russell ft Co., nails 2 17 8 Ift J J Clark, miaceUany... 170 W A Taylor, lumber 7 95 A Q Cunningham, nails 1 49 . Nunn ft Co., lumber and nails 18 87 f Thomas, lumber 7 06 W M Hunter, lumber. ....... 14 70 B A Boyken, repairing bridge 24 32 Jones Drug Co., medicines... 75 John Staggs, hooks for single .trees . 1 20 D A Williams, convict guard.. 87 50 Same, for December 88 75 W a Mauldin, salary for No vember and December.... 120 00 John Holmes, board 6 00 Macon Wood ft Mch Shop. re pairs 2 75 Lunningham Bros., convict sup- . Plies 106 16 A Klaus ft Co., same 122 86 Peterson Bros., convict supplies 2 86 A. Klaus ft Co., convict supplies 173 17 Leon Dent convict supplies. . . 84 45 J Henry Herman, convict sup plies 12 43 Patty Bros., shoes for convict 4 00 J W Paulette, rot at for oonv'ts 2 10 Dr C R Bush, county phsician 80 00 Rent for armory 50 00 Geo Taylor, re eDairing Dr Stanley, health officer, post bridge.. 8 50 440 20 61 10 00 16 00 65 00 25 00 -60 80 600 15 00 see L M Adams, lumber B W Rosaer, removing drift., . W T Cotton, bridge work Remington typewriter. L F Cole, salary J W Haddon, salary D F Allgood, -salary U Ot'vttu, print'g and pub'g S W Adams, repairing bridge J E Robbins, keeping ferry.., Good Roads. Diet. 3. R T M:David 60 00 M ft F Bank, freight 1051 10 Healey Con. Co 1444 Memphis Gravel Co 220 00 Wheeleock fcng. Co 87 03 inland Con. Co 759 27 lhe following accounts, petitions, etc.. were continued: j k JacKson, annual report; uiy Haw. & rur. u, account or $0, is L Uarnenter, cause waying; M ft F Bank, account of ( 26 63 for express; Chicago Tribune. account of $32 40 for advertising The following accounts were rejected Hubbard Supply Co , $14 59 for school supplies; Geo L Crymes $10 for build ing a id repairing bridge, I w Haaaon, agricultural commis sioner, was allowed postage in sum of b, to be paid monthly. SECOND DAY Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present The tick inspectors were limited to ten days per month for inspecting, said time to be used inspecting ticky nerds of their respective districts. A copy of saia oraer to oe manea to a u Moore, Jr., J J Cotton and E L Stevens. contract lor building bridge over Pailey creek was awarded to S W Heard for $137 29. Bridge across Shuqualak and Mashu- laville road was awarded to W C Strait for $48 50, W M Hunter was awarded contract to repair bridge over Hashuqua creek on Mashulaville ft Shuqualak road. 8 W Heard was awarded contract to build bridge over Loose Hunt creek for sum of $95 25. Bridge over Cedar creek on Macon ft Memphis road was awarded to Cham pion Bridge Co.. of Wilmington.-Ohio, for sum of $439 00 Bridge across Joe's creek wss awarded to Jno V Hunter for $100. E O Kirby was awarded contract to keep County Home for sum of $6 60 per montn lor eacn inmate. Clerk was ordered to advertise to build bridge across Wahalak creek on Shuqualak ft Wahalak read. ALLOWANCES , Noxubee Co. Hdw. Co., sup- - plies $ 44 70 Tonv Barnes, keep'g ditch open 6 00 C M Scales, attending court, self and deputy, one day. . . 6 00 E E Dantzler, for same 4 00 John Divine, janitor 2 50 J L Ford, attention to clock. . . 15 00 R C Patty, assessor, postage. . 11 62 Sheriff, postage, etc 4 85 Horseshoe Gro. Co., for conv'ts 1 50 E O Kirby, county home 78 83 Macon Men Co.. comforts J L Ormsby. stat allowance C L Cole, same... J T Kemp, same. . W A White, same F O'Bvrne. same 8 60 12 10 13 40 15 95 10 45 875 R T Wells, constable 11 85 J T Conn, same. T 1 H O jamisun, muio. .... nttla Tick Inspectors. . J H Williams, cement nans E E Dantiler.sheriff. feeding nnaonera. City of Mecqn, lights ft water Officers of Court, State vs. Jno 11 00 4 15 192 00 11 06 76 70 86 55 i iiiiiitnit 1 EfcW emiuii. jihu'A' Same. vs. Brown Beasley 5 90 Same, for Geo Deupree 3 90 Same, for Fred Crawford 3 85 Geo G Williams, damage to land 25 00 The sum of 830 was refunded to J Ormsby, Justice of the Peace, for fines erroneously paid into treasury. Formal contract was entered into with W E Mauldin as convict overseer for year 1913. at S75 ner month. The following reports wore received and filed: E O Kirby, W E Mauldin and J A Tyson, Com. from Clip Bar Mfg. Co., as to braces for cement work. The petitions of Berry Walker and Hayes Hayes fnr release from dog tax was rejected. S D Chamberlin, on petition, was re leases rrom poll tax. Duplicate warrant wat issued to W A Nuckols, original having been lost Albert Carr was released from taxes erroneously assessed. Clerk was ordered to issue warrant to Locust Grove School -) law is complied with. Petition having been presented to the members of the Board to sign for the raising of the Quarantine against ettl in the eastern part of the county, said petition to be presented to the nroner ..1.1. I TV W WS . luooriura oyur w w Worcester. imam Blair was released from noil tax. E E Dantzler was released from road tax erroneously collected from Cv Har. rii J L Hibbler was released from dog tax erroneously assessed. THIRD DAY Chas. Strong, on snnlicatlon. wan given sufficient security for sime. Petition of Mrs Msry Holt for reduc tion of assessment waa allowed. Jno Tyson, clerk, made renort of Good Road warrant in payment of in terest of district 8 bonds. Same was approved. cierk also made report as to lail bonds. Petition of D W Dent for reduction of Good Road assessment was granted. retition oi tt u ratty for release of awessment for Good Roads on C S Field's land was granted, said lands haying been assessed as in Dist. 2. wnen it should have been in Dist 4. . uamp White was released from Doll tax. The following netitions wen mcoIvmI and filed; Jonathan Bourne, communi cation as to working road; C M Scales, report ss to jurors serving bat year; W H Rowan, M. D., comtnunicatioa as to jail; J K Jackson, report for Decem ber. . , Dr R L Holladav waa r iuar) fmm dog tax. Officers of Court ino. on ICon t i Blair.:...:..:::;. ... ' - tii m Same, inq.on John Williams.'A 14 00 GusMcLeod, lumber .... 6 82 v k Weaver, sta. allowance. . 5 00 J B Jarvis. sta. allowance 4 15 W W tt Jackson, road overseer. was allowed to order 2500 feet of lum ber to repair bridges. The following were refected! Jnah Spann, reduction of assessment: Officers of Court, $12 50 for Inquest of Blanche aicray. Keiectea for reason that in quest should have been held in Kemper county. Alex Bankhead and Bill Williams, on petition, were released from poll tax. The act of clerk was ratified in mat ter of paying account of $32 to N L Cotton for work on Vaughn school house. FOURTH DAY C M Scales made report as to jurors to serve during year 1913. The following accounts, netitions. etc., were continued: L F Cole, ac count for commissions; W S Mullins, et al, petition for ODening road: D C Ferris, account for advertising bonds: Jno A. Tyson, account of 847 50 for Cef. and transcript; K T McLeod. et al, petition for new road; E L Carpen ter, communication and warrant re- turned; .1 B Jarvis, J. P., for substitu tion for personal bond. On petition of Qualified Voters of Dist. 4, it was ordained that sakfsuner- visors' district shacome under the pro visions of Chapter757 of the Acts of tne legislature pertaining to Good Koads otherwise than byond issue, 1 he order awarding tha contract to build bridge across Pailey creek to W Heard was rescinded and clerk or. dered not to advertise. Same order was given as to bridges over Loose Hunter creek and Joe's creek. The committee annotated to examine the books of. the county auditor re ported that same had been faithfully ana correctly Kept. A warrant to the amount of $600 was ordered issued to pay for services as auditor. ALLOWANCES J R Jackscn, salary and ..P08 :-.-.-----. I uauion iron works, culverts W E Stennis, for right of way A T Dent ialary Grant Rogers, right of way. . J B Elkin, same G W Cunningham, .same. . . . Jesse Augustus, same Wood Cockrell, affidavit vnd boggy hire.. Wheelock Fng. Co.. from Dis trict 2 300 00 lhe following account, petitions. etc, were reiected: M ft F Bank, pe tition for Good Roads assessment; trus tees of Barnes' school, petition for pay ment of appropriation; same for Mashu laville school (colored); in matter of uounty t arm. deeds submitted for land: Mauldin ft Williams, account for board while in Macao; protest of C Colburn, as to certain lands he has contracted to buy; WW Goodwin, petition for re lease from poll tax; Benson Bankhead, petition for correction of assessment W T Stowers was allowed to with draw petition for loan. ( Reduction for assessment on automo biles was granted T L Brown. Money borrowed from Good Roads fund for General conntv fund waa or dered repaid. . The salary of the County Prosecuting Attorctj rii tod itfip ptr mp. NEW YEAR'S RESOLU TIONS. This is the season for resolu tions. A community, whether it be large or small, young or old, can advantageously build a set of New Year's resolu tions around the Ten Com mandments of good citizen ship written by the housing committee of the Chicago Wo man's aid. 1. Thou shalt honor thy city and keep its laws. 2. Remember thy cleaning day and keep it wholly. 3. Thou shalt love and cher ish thy children and provide for them decent homes and playgrounds. 4. Thou shalt not keep thy windows closed day nor night. 5. Thou shalt keep in order thy alley, thy backyard, thy hall and stairway. 6. Thou shalt not kill thy children's bodies with poison ous air, nor their souls witn bad companions. 7. Thou shalt not let the wicked fly live. 8. Thou shalt not steal thy children's right to happiness from them. 9. Thou shalt bear witness against thy neighbor's rubbish heap. , - ; 10. Thou shalt covet all the air and sunlight thou canst obtain. 5 3 we deli' ver tiour WW purchases oa-flhe p J fecellbstlK UUl 63 88 1885 04 50 00 20 84 65 00 30 00 30 00 8 00 6 75 Clerk wss ordered to advertise for erection of steel bridge over Horn Hanter ereek. Also for bridges over creex in Boyxtn neid and Harlan onan on W E Skinner's) link of wad. ' A T Dent wss employed as attorney zor ooara at azou per annum. t ' Formal contract waa entered with E 0 Kirby as keeper of County Home. L F Cole, county treasurer, made re port which showed the following bal ancea on hand Januarv 6th: General fund $ 1783 00 Agricultural High School. ... 5 00, Court House fund 823 68 Court House repair 728 87 Hancock Co. School fund. . . . 1009 24 Jail fund 56 25 Pension fund 8 65 School fund 8 20 School House Imp. fund 2067 04 Road Dist 3 27,243 05 " " 6 47 30 4,1 " 2 : 5 71 Warrant for $150 paid out of General fund for Cedar Bluff school was ordered refunded. Merchants ft Formers Bank made re port as to interest due by them. Petition having been filed complying with Chapter 144, laws of 1910, asking for appropriation for Corn Club the fol lowing premiums were offered: For best three acres of corn. . $ 100 00 Second bet three acres 50 00 Third best 25 00 The County Depository was abolished and funds ordered turned over to L F Cole, county treasurer. lhe following accounts, petitions. etc., were continued: George D Rus sell, et al, report and petition as to Hflnpniilr PAltntv afnn1 funl T Q Mao la petition as to purchase of Deale school house; petition of A M Tynns, et al, against purchase of County Farm was received and ordered filed. Overseers for roads in Noxubee coun ty were appointed. Report of J R Jacksen, superinten dent of education, was received, ap proved and filed, as amended. Board made allowances for per diem and mileage to its members ana officers. The clerk was . ordered to order two tents for the convicts. To the Taxpayers of City of sad District Three. Macoa I will begin to assess taxes in the City of Macon end District 8 on Febra ary 1st It will take more time than usual to make the assessment on ac count of having to assess both personal and real estate this year. I kindly ask that you be ready to give in your as sessment when I call on you and not ask me to call on you the second time. By complying with this request it will be a great convenience to me as the time in which to make the assessment is limited. R. C. Pattt. Jr.. Assessor Noxubee County. Phone Jones Drug Co., for seeds. Fresh line of fancy cakes just IB' A. KLAUS & H I I invite you to visit .their store at I II II y0Ur carcst opportunity, to in- ' j I II pcct and try on the stylish new J I IB Nstkt, CMtractws. Sealed bids are invited on Tuesday, Feb'y 4, 1918, at 2:00 oclock, p. m , for the erection of a bridge on Snuaualak and Wahalak road south of corporation line of Shuqualak, according to plans and specifications now on file in chan cery clerk's office, successful bidder to give bond in penalty of bid. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of Board Supervisors, this January 9th, 1913. JNO. A. TYSON, Clerk. By W. O. Barnes, Jr. D. C. NOTICE. AH land owners and other citizens of District 8 have been notified of the re quirements of the law in reference to the report of births and deaths to the local registrar. No burial or removal permits will be issued unless a properly filled out death certificate is presented. If this is not done and a corpse is dis posed of or a birth not reported within ten days the parties guilty will be prosecuted. The state law prescribed this method of procedure and it must be complied with. J. M. Stanley, Local Reg. Vital Statistics Dist No. 3. , Surveying Done oa Short Notice, I am now prepared to do all kinds of surveying and civil engineering on ahort notice. The making of maps of farms, towns or town property a specialty, also leveling for tile drains, etc , done promptly. S. M. THOMAS. Fertilizer. I will be located at the depot, where I will have for sale all kinds of fertiliz ers in any quantity, from one sack to a car lot. Will make special prices in car lots-credit or cash. Oscar Lever. ceived. J. E. re- Dorboh. 7 ' For Sale or Rent The residence now occunied bv Mrs. N. A. Hunter is for sale or rent Can give possession Feb. 1st f H. HUNTER. Onion letfl awf garden eedt Corn, Oats. Meal, Bran. Chops and Shorts We have just closed trade with our grain people for 75,000 bushels of grain to be delivered from January to August. We feel that we have bought right and all we ask is opportunity to prove to you that we can save you money on your grain purchases. Our facili ties for handling this commodity as well as many others is unequaled, as our warehouses are located on our own private spur track. J. H. WILLIAMS. Misunderstood. to There waa a little lawyer man Who gently smiled as he began Her dear dead husband's will scan. And thinking of the coming fee He said to her quite tendertlv, "You have a nice fat 'legacy " Next morning as he lay in bed With plasters on bis broken head He wondered what in h he said. Anonymous. Think This Over. Whenlunexnectedlfriends drop in don't impose on your wife by extra work get ting dinner nse Jack Holman's cafe, lour friends will like our cookins and your wife win not be worried. , 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case of Chill & Fever; and if taken then as a tonio the Fever wui not retro nriwSfc. Seed Potatoes! Irish Cobbler, 2nd Crop Tennessee Triumph, Burbank, Early Ohio. Early Rose. ONION SETS AND GARDEN SEEDS. CHAS. HARDIN. 25 Buiheli of oici fresh Sod Shell Scaly Barki . Call 14 i.'