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BROOKSVILLE
v I, I,
The watch-niprht Bervice at the
Baptist church was a very solemn
time. 1914 was ushered out
with nraver and Rone, and 1915
was welcomed with songs of
rjraise. -The rincrine of the bel
of the different churches, and the
blowing of the whistles about
town assisted in the reception,
Christmas passed very quietly,
The young people enjoyed a few
parties and the older ones took
their pleasure in dining with re
atives and friends.
Mrs. Colony has had as Christ
mas visitors her mother, Mrs
Moreland, and her sister, Mrs,
Young, from Iowa.
Miss Lanier spent the winter
vacation with friends m Colum
bus.
Our numerous teachers, Mrs,
McMichael, Misses Anita Mc
Michael, Mary Love Madison
Fannie St. John. .Nannie and
Ruth Roger, Carrie Lanier,
Judith Lee Colmes and Mr,
Charles St. John have returned
to their different fields of labor,
Mrs. Ed Murphey and Miss
Bessie Boggess, of Macon, visit
ed Mrs. B. M. Boggess recently
Miss Sue Hamm, of Meridian
was with relatives in town last
week.
Mr. Bruce Kirksey, after
spending the holidays at his home
in Greenville, Tenn., is back at
his post in the hotel.
All the college boys and girls
have gone back to their various
schools.
Mrs. Alex Manees is at home
from a visit to friends in Bir
mingham.
Mrs. Jack Holman, of Macon.
spent part of last week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Tate.
Messrs. Reader and McCrip-
pen and their wives are now oc
cupying Mrs. Wootten's home 01
Oliver street. These young mei
have work near here.
Mr. Robert Holmes has return
ed from a visit to his wife at ,
western health resort, ih
brought their little son, Bobbie,
back with him to the great jo
of his little friends.
Mrs. Perry spent a day in Col
umbus recently.
Mr. John Bell is in Meridian.
Mrs. Sasser has returned fron,
a visit to her home people in
Brookhaven.
Mrs, Sam Tate is visiting her
father in Columbus.
Mrs. A. G. Wilkins has return
ed to Meridian.
Rev. J. J. Baird went up to
Columbus Wednesday to be pres
ent at the district Stewart meet
ing. He took the place of Mr. J.
L. S. Peterson, who was ill.
Mrs. Bessie Price Williams, of
Macon, made a short stay with
Mrs. Thomas Priee this week.
STRAYED OR STOLEN From Mr. Ames'
Jlace three miles west of Macon, three-quarter
ersey cow, with small red dots, right horn brok
en. Will pay reward for any information.
CONELIUS McMORRIS.
MELLELOTIS SEED FOR SALE-300 bushels
of Mellelotis Seed for sale at lr cents per bushels.
P. T, WHITE,
Route 2, Macon, Misa,
NOTICE -Several choice Rhode Island Red
cockerels; excellont breeders. Satisfaction guar
anteed; $3.00 each; eggs in season.
G. D. RICHARDSON.
Deerbrook, Miss.
STRAYED A stocky built bay horse In good
condition, about 6 years old. Strayed from my
place in Macon Tuesday evening; was last seen in
firooksville. Any information leading to recoveiy
will be rewarded. DR. J. S. STANLEY.
This May Interest
You!
Phone No. 167 Book
store, and we will send
boy for your Laundry.
Laundry leaves every
Thursday and returns
Saturday morning at
10 o'clock. We can al
so deliver Laundry on
Saturday.
The BOOKSTORE
Sugar Cane Syrup
I shall have Louisiana Su
gar Cane Syrup for sale by
Nov. 10th. You can't find any
that is better than this. It is
cloan, pure and free from any
acid preservations.
Sold only bu the crate of 6
one-gallon cans.
Price per crate f.o.b, Macon
$3.30.
Send in orders for your
year's SV'PpIy.
Ji W, HADDQN,
jtaltMt of Fbaacla! Caaaitlsa el -
- '
Bank of Macon.
located at MACON, iathe Couaty ef Noxeeee,
Slate of Mississippi, al the dost af ausinu
DECEMBER 31st, 1914, made lo las Boar af
Bank Eiasaiaara,
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts 111,047 SI
Overdrafts, secured, $2,196.81
unsecured, 8 0S 3,106 66
Bonds, eeenritlea, etc., owncd,In-
eludtne; premium on same 6.0O0 OO
Banking House and lot fl,B9 4.
Other real estate owned 6.941 11
Furniture and fixtures 1,046 61
Due from other banks 19,109 12
H xenanges ana coccus lor next
dav's clearings 669 69
Other cash items 8.845 06
Paper currency 8,967 OO
Fractional paper currencT,mck-
rls and centa 143 66
Gold Coin 10 OO
Silver coin 8.261 44
County warranta 9'2?9 86
Total (179,216 28
LlAbll.lilBS
Capital Paid In... $ 67 900 OO
surplus luna o.uuu oo
Undivided fronts, icbs amount
mid for Interest, expenses and
axes 1.SR3 3S
Individual deposits 1 90.21)0 12
Time certificates of deposit s ;21,HK6 91
Cashier's checks outstanding 1,758 88
Total $179,216 26
I. J. K.- BOliGBSS, Cashier do solemnlv
swear that the nbove l a true stntement of
the financial condition or Bank of Mncon In
cntcd at Macon, in the County of Noxubee,
State of MississiDDi. at the close ot business
on the 31st day of December, 1914. to the
best ot my knowienge ana nenet.
j, r. Buubuss, casnicr
CORRBCT Attest:
W. W. SHANNON.
WALTER B. PATTY. Directors.
State of Mississinpi. County of Noxubee:
sworn to ana sunscrineo Deiore me br T.
R. Bokkcss, cashier of Bonk of Macon, this
7th day of lannarv, 1916.
P. B. COLLI BR, Notary Public.
My commission expires December 22, 1917,
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
State of Mississippi, Noxubee County,
, By virtue 01 me pruviaiuns ui cram aeea OX
trust executed by u. u. Ifevey, Elizabeth L. Co
vey. F. E. Houser and Emma Houser on the 26th
day of August, 1912, toH. H. Brooks, Jr., as truste
to secure to G. G. Wade a certain indebtedness
therein mentioned, slid trust deed being recorded
in Deed Book No. 108. pane 424 in Chancerv
Clerk's office in saidcounty, 1 the undersigned as
trustee, will on
Monday, tne 15th day of Ftbrnary, 1915
within legal hours in front of the door of the
court house in the City of Macon- Miss., proceed te
sell at auction to the highest bidder for cash the
followinir described property, lying and being- in
the county of Noxubee, State of Mississippi, to
wit: Three -hundred and fifty acres, more or less, off
the south side of section 14 and 15. in township
4 north, range 19 east, and bounded as follows:
On the east by the Mississiupl and Alabama state
line, on the south by the south lines or sections 14
and 15. on the west by the west line of Sec 15. and
on the north bv a straight line running parallel to
the south lines of said sections, being the south
line of the land of Annie r,. Ol ver. also the west
half of the northwest Quarter of section 22. also
T4 acres off the east side of the east half of the
northeast quarter of section 21, also the south
west quarter of the northeast quarter of section
19. alt the above described land being in township
14 north, range In ea-t and the following lands in
Pickens county. Alabama.: The southwest quar
ter of the sonthwni nuiirtrr and 30 acrep off of the
south end of the aouthenst auarterof the south
Weil, quarier of flection eight, and that fractional
Mock west of section s. which fractional block
con sins ten and seventeen one hundredths (10 17-
lui, acres, all PPintr in lownnnip 1, rsnne o well.
th entire tract being about 61)5 acres.
The nronertv mentioned in said trust deed will
be 'old to satisfy said indebtedness and thecoat of
the proceeding.
T.ns January titn. iuis.
H. rl. bkuuks. jk Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
The state of Mississippi, Noxubee County.
By virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of
trust executed by Charles E LIndley andfhis wife
Mrs. Nannie Lindley on the 13th day of Novem
ber, 1912 to I. L. Dorroh as trustee, to secure to
Marcus M. Levy a certain Indebtedness therein
mentioned, said trust deed beinK recorded in Deed
Hook No. 110, paire 210 in chancery clerk's office
n said county. I, the undcrstjrned as trustee, will
n Saturdiy. the 16th day of January, 1916, with
in leiral hours in front ol the door of the court
house in the city of Macon. Miss., proceed to sell
at auction to the highest bidder for cash. The
north half (N. V:) of no'th west quarter (N W
) Sec 13. T 14, K 16. containing m acres.
The nroDertv mentioned in said trust deed will
be sold to satisfy said indebtedness and the cost of
this proceeding. I. L. DORROH.
This December 22, 1914. Trustee.
POSTED My lands are posted: no hunters of
any kind allowed, so keep off, don't tret In trou
ble, m. L,. HUBIEll.
TRESSPASS NOTICE-Mrs, M. A. Johnson's
place, the whole of the Bryeon'e place is posted
and all parties are warned not to tresspass, Hird
hunters are especially warned.
MKS. M. A. JUBNSUN,
WOOD FOR SALE-Cord, $2; stove, 4. Also
C. Leghorn cockrell at ,1, SAM HELM,
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TRUSTEE'S SALE
State of Mississippi, Noxubee Center.
By virtue of the provisions of acertalk1 deed of
trust executed by Dr. T. B. Paulette ofl the 8th
day of April, 1910. to George Richardson! as trus
tee, to secure to Mrs. N. B. Wilkinson a certain
Indebtedness therein mentioned, said trust deed
being recorded In trust deed book No. 8 pegs fit
viiancarv i-iera tmiee m BaiO BOUniV, Wnicn
said trust deed and Indebtedness therebj I secured
was on the 9th day of June. 1911. trsna JI 'red and
assigned to J. W, Paulette. which sai transfer
was duly entered on the margin of ihetrrecord of
said trust deed. And whereas the
,a a 4
Ueorm
Richardson, trustee, did en th litdssT
iffusL
IBIS, realm
Let by
le said
endorsing i
alii resignation on the baek-'t
tl-UBt deMI. Whirl. Nulmntlnn 1.
lh ...lo.l 1. ....I.."
led on
the marirln of the record of said trust r-A
in the
cnancery clerk s office In the county of
xubee.
Mississippi. And whereas on the ftth
1"
If Ds
kustee
comber, 1914, the undersigned substltvnl
was duly appointed at substituted trif 1
In the
manner and form as pmulPMl in theSl
trust
deed, which said appointment of subaf
tee Is truly recorded In the office of tl
Qtrus-
Ineery
clerk of Noxubee county. Mississippi. e
R 110,
trus
,f the
x, me unoersignea as SUDSUAIJ
toe, having been requested by the hoel
not mentioned ht said trust deed wllicl
SoraraVy, rat 6th day of Fsraari I
-.I.LI- I , . , ... ... . "fl
court house. In tha city of Macon. M1!
wiviiiii lonu noun in front nr rn war l.j
Alder for
vao,i ma tuiiuwing aescrioea iana tying aw i oeina
situated in the county of Noxubee and state of
Mississippi, bwltt
All that portion of Sec. 11, Ti W. 1L H lvlng
south of the Macon and Cooksvllle road si id east
of the Show road running north and south), being
a,, ma mm, tying east oi tne snow road, running
byRidgeway church from Sec. line north of chuurch
to J. L. Wilkinson line south of church In the
N. W. ofSec. 11, T. 13. R. 18 east, contalnlna-
nwui ou acres more or less.
. E. W of N W. V.. Sec. 12. T. IS. R. 18. and the N,
V4. E. V4. S.E. H, Sec. 9, T. IS, B, 18, containing
Aw acres more or less.
40 acres off tha M. end nf th M V. V. Am. 11
T. 18, K. 18 E., same being part of the land allott-
eo co me oy tne commissioners v'nT the probste court
All west of Jordan's pmnlf ! tha fi. W.
Sec. 8, T. 13. R. 18; and lots 8, 4 and 5, Sec. 16, T,
18, R. 18: and 80 acres oft the N. end of the north
half of theft. W. U nt fl T is n IB It A
Sec. 80, T. 13, R. 19. '
tzu acres more or less, described as the E. Vu N.
E. V. See. 2. T. 18. R 1R. Snrf iO mrrom nff th M.
end af the S. E. Vt. Sec. 2. T. 18. R. 18,
The N. W. Vt and the B. U of thl S. W. W and
the S WW of the 8. E. Vt, Sec 4, and the E. W of
the N. W. Vt and 60 acres off the N. end of the W.
Hi or the 8. E. Vi. See. 9. all in T. 18, R. 19 east.
ti. Vt ot s. w. Vt. See. 19, T. 18, R. 19.
8. W. Vi. Sec. 2 and all east of the creek less 10
acres off the N. end. 8ec. 8, S. three quarters of
the N. E. quarter lessons acre In the 8. W. cor
ner Bee. II, T. 18, R. 18. Lot 6 In Sec. 25. the 8.
one half of the S. V.M tha R. half of tha N. W.
quarter and the W. half N. E. quarter. Sec. 17, T.
to, n. iv. Known as the B. c. Adams lfiO sere tract
Lot 8. See. 17. T 18. H 18 E hettee knnwn snd
oescrioea at the Helm place lying east of theNox
ubee river.
The N . E. Quarter and W. half H. E nnartep
Sec. 24. T. 13, N.. R. 18 east, N. W. quarter Sec.
18, T. 13. R. 1U aud 20 acres in the N. W. corner of
the S. W. quarter See. 18, T. 18, R. 19 and better
Known as tne Old Hill wanton flace.'
S. E. Quarter N. W. ousrUr and tha V half of
the N. E. quarter of S. W. quarter, See. 10, T. 18,
R. 18.
Lots 8 and 4 in block one. snuare II of tha town
of Cooksville, Miss,, according to tha map and
plan inereoi.
6 acres in the N. E. corner of tha N. W. Quarter
N. W. quarter Sec. la T. 18. R. 18 east It being
tne im-emion 'o convey tne a acres or Isnd con
veyed to J. E. Rnbbins by M. E. and J. T. Scott. 9
S. half of the S. W. quarter and tha 8. half of
the N. E. quarter of S. W. quarter Sec 10, T. 13,
R. 18 east.
W. half of the N.W. quarter See. . T. 18, R.
19 E. better known as the Adams Candy Place.
Lots 1, 8, 9, 10 and 15 Sec. 30, T. 18, R. 19.
S. E. quarter S. E. quarter See. 2, T. 13, R. 18
E., also the S. half N. E. quarter of 8. E. quarter
Sec. 2. T. 13, R. 18 east.
29 19-100 acres off Ithe west tide of the S. E.
quarter N. W, quarter Sec. 6, T. 18, R. 19.
Lots 8 and 4 Sec. 26, T. 18, R. 18 east.
Lot 111 Sec. 29, T. 13, R. 19 and the E. half of N.
E. quarter Sec. 17, T. 13, R. 19.
S K off the S W Vt less the west half of the S W of
the S W qr: Sec 8,the N E of N W qr. Sec 10. That,
portion of the E half of the NW quarter ec 11, all
in T 13, R 18, lying north of the Macon and Cooks
ville road, better known as the T. B. Paulette res
idence. Lots 1. 2. 8. 4 and 5 in block 4, square B; frac
tional lot 4. lot t of block 4 of mu.r. R, WMt hir
of block 4; all of block 2 and 8 in square B: lot 1. 2,
6, 6 and 7 all in block C.
The N E quarter less 10 acres, SE quarter ond
and W half of 8 W quarter Sec. 8. T 18 and R 19;
four acres in the S W corner of Sec. 9. T 18 and R
19:the N three quarter of the E half of the N E qr
section 17. 61 acres off the south end of the west
half of the S W Quarter of See IK. Hwa.
ter less five acres Sec 19; lots 4, 6, 11 and the N
hall ol lot 6 Sec 30. all in T 13, R 19.
The above described land being now owned by
us and intending to convey all lands In said coun
ty that we may own.
The property mentioned In said trust deed will
be sold to satisfy said indebtedness nnri th
of this proceeding. '
. CHARLES STRONG,
This Jan. 6th. 1915. Substituted Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
State of Mississippi, Noxubee County.
By virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of
trust executed by T. B. Paulette on the 81st day
of January, 1910 to George Richardson as trustee,
to secure to Mrs. H. M, Eichelberger a certain In
debtedness therein mentioned, said trust deed be
ing recorded in trust deed book No. 98. nacre ma in
chancery clerk's office in said county, which said
trust deed and indebtedness therein secured was
on the 8th day of June, 1911, transferred and as
signed to J. W. Paulette, which said transfer was
duly entered on the margin of the record of said
trust deed. And whereas the said George Rich
ardson, trustee, did on the 30th day of July, 1913,
resign as said trustee and decline to act by en
dorsing said resignation on the back of said trust
deed, which resignation is truly copied on
the margin of the record of said trust deed in the
chancery clerk's office of Noxubee county, Missis
sippi. And whereas on the 6th day of December,
1914, the undersigned substituted trustee wasduly
appointed as substituted trustee in tne manner
and form as required in the said trust deed, which
said appointment of substituted trustee is truly
recorded in the office of the chancery clerk of
Noxubee county, Mississippi, in book 116, page
047. I, the undersigned as substituted trustee,
having been requested by the bolder of the note
mentioned in said trust deed, will on
Saturday, (At 6th day of Ftbnary, 19 IS,
within legal hours in front of the west door of the
court house in the city of Macon, Mississippi,
proceed to sell at auction to the highest bidder for
cash the following decribed land lying and being
situated in the county of Noxubee and state of
Mississippi, to-wit;
E half N W quarter and the W half of the
N E quarter Sec 17, T 18, R 19. known as the B. C.
Adams 160 acre tract.
Lot 8, Sec 17, T 18, R 18 east, better known and
described as the Helm place, lying east of the
Noxubee river.
N E quarter and W half of the S E quarter
Sec 24, T 18 N. R 18 E, thi N W qmter of Sec 18,
T 13, R 19, and 20 acres In the nori l,west corner of
the southwest quarter of Sec 18. T i;t. R 19. and
better known as the "Old Bill Wanton Place."
S E quarter N W quarter and the N hall of the
N E quarter S W quarter. Sec 10. T 18, R 18. Lots
8 and 4 in block one, square "B" of the town of
Cooksville, Miss, according to the map and plan
thereof; 6 acres in the N E corner of the N W
quarter N W quarter. Sec 10, T 18, R 18. It being
the intention to convey the 6 acres of land convey
ed to J. E. Robbins by M. E. and J, T. Scott.
The S half of the S W quarter and the S half of
the N E quarter S W quarter. Sec 10, T 13, R 18 E,
The W half of the N W quarter Sec 6, T 18. R 19
E, better known as the Adams Gandy place.
Lots 1, 8. 9, 10 and 15, Sec 30, T 13, R 19.
8 E quarter 8 E quarter Sec 2, T 18," R 18 E; also
the S half of N E Qr of the SE Qr Sec 2, T 13.R 18
E. 29 19-100 off the west side of the S E quarter
of N W quarter Sec 6, T 18, R 19, Lots 8 and 4,
Sec 2B.T 13. R 18 E. Lot 10, Sec 29. T 18. R 19. and
me cnair Ol tne H K quarter Sec 17, T 18, R 19.
All that portion of Sec 11, T 13. E 18, lying south
of the Macon and Cooksville road and east of the
Show road running north and south, being all the
moe lying east oi me enow road, running by
Ridgeway church from Sec line north of church
to J. L. Wilkerson line south of church in the N
W quarter of Sec 11, T 13. R 18 E, containing
about 50 acres more or less.
The E half of NW quarter Sec 12. T 18, R 18,
and the N half of E half of the S E quarter Sec
9, T 18, R 18. containing 106H aurs more or less.
40 acres off the north end of the N E quarter.
Sec 11, T IS, R 18 E, same being part of the land
allotted to me by the commissioners of the probate
court.
All west of Jordan's creek, leas the 3 W quar
ter Sec 3, T 13, R 18; and lots 8, 4 snd o. Section 16,
T 13, R 18, and 80 seres off the north end of the
north half of the S W quarter of Sec 8, T 13. R 18,
Lot 8 Sec 80, T 18, R 19. ,
120 acres more or less described as the E half N
E quarter Sec 2, T 13, R 18. And 40 acres off the
north ond of the S E quarter of Sec 2, T 18, R 18.
TheN W quarter and the E half 4 W quarter
agd the SW quarter SE quarter Set 4, and the
E half N W nimrtnr ar.A AO .U
ot tha W half S E quarter Sen 9; slljin T 18. B 19
E half 8 W Quarter See ID T 19 nia Th B W
quarter Sec 9 and all east of the crefk less 10 acres
off north end, Sec 8; the 8 three quarters of the
N E quarter less one acre In 8 W earner Roe 11, T
ID, R M. Lot i In gee US, 8 halt oft ho 8 W guar.
tff m tl) ff?f half of a w of r yy g ,
thl M 1 quarter the H W qosrter See 10. That
portion of the B half of tha N W cuarter Sat 11,
all In T 18. R 18 lying north of tha Macon and
Cooksvllle road, batter known at the T. B. Pau
lette residence.
Lota 1, 2. , 4 and I In block 4, square B; frac
tional lot 4, lot of block 4 of square B; W half ot
flock 4; all of block 2 and ( In square B; lot L . 6.
and 7. all In block C. .
The N E quarter lees 10 acres. S B quarter
and W half of 8 W quarter Sec 8, T.18, R 19; four
seres In the S W corner of See 9. 18 and 19; the N
three quarters of the E half of the N E quarter
gee 17. 61 acres off the south end of the west
If of the It W auarter of See 18. Tha N W
quarter leu five acres Sea 19. Lots 4, , Hand the
n nan or ax o Dee du. ail in l la, n jv.
The above described land being now owned by
ut and Intending; to convey all lands In laid coun
ty that we may own.
The property mentioned In said trust deed will
be told to satisfy said Indebtedness and the cost of
this proceeding. CHARLES STRONG.
Thlt Jan. th 1915. . Subitltuted Trustee.
TRUSTEE'! (ALE.
STATE Of MISSISSIPPI,
NOXUIIEE COUNTY".
Ry virtue of the provisions of a certain deed
of trust, executed by Dr. Thomas H. Psulette
and Mrs. M. L. Psulrtta, on tha 1 5th dsy of
February, 1909. to Waller Price, ti Trustee,
to secure to Millsint College, Inc., of Jackson,
.Mississippi, a certain iniieiiterjncss therein
mentioned, said trust deed being recorded in
Trust Decrl Hool Mo. 84, (use 464, In thr
(?hsnrrrV Clerk's noire In tslil 1'nuiltv. which
ssid trust deed and indebtedncii therein secured
was on the 14th day of rcbruary, 1914, trans
fcrrcd snd sssignru to the Plsnters Bank of
Clarksdale, Mississippi, which said transfer was
duly entered on the margin of the record of
said trust deed. And, whereas, the said Walter
Price, Trustee, died on the 22d day of Septem
ber, 1914. And, whereas, on the 23rd day of
November,. 1914, the undersigned Substituted
Trustee was duly appointed as Substituted Trus
tee in the manner and form as required in the
said trust deed, which ssid appointment of
Substituted Trustee is truly recorded in the
office of the Chancery (Jerk of Noxubee
County, Mississippi, in Book 115, page 555 et
seq., I, the undersigned, as Substituted Trustee,
having been requested by the holder of the
notes mentioned in said trust deed, will, on
Monday, the 18th day of Jsnusry, 1915, with
in lersl hours, In front of the west door of the
court house in the City of Macon, Mississippi,
proceed to sell at auction to the highest
Dinner lor cash, tne following described land
lying ana being situated in the County
Noxubee and State of Mississinnl. tn.wit
The east half of the northwest fliiarler P.U
. vt ) aiiu inc wesr nan oi ine nortneast quar
ter (WS4 NEU) of Section Seventeen fS. 17V
Township Thirteen (T. 13), Range Nineteen
t ivi. Known as tne a. c, Adams one hund
red and sixty acre (160 a.) tract, reference be
ing mane to tieca nook Z83, -age 271.
Lot eight (L. 8) Section Seventeen (S. 171
Township Thirteen (T. 13), Range Eighteen
East (R. 18 E.), better known and described as
the Helm place, lying east of the Noxubee
river, reterence being made to Deed Book 77,
page 59.
The northeast auarter INF.W1 mnA th
half of the southeast quarter (WK SE) of
ijctuon iwcmy-rour is. ZD, township Thir
teen (T. 13), Range Eighteen East (R. 18 K.V
reference being made to Deed Book 67, page
C 1 .1 Tl , - -.
mhu pws , page aj.
The northwest quarter (NW'4) of Section
r.ignieen i. lo), Township Thirteen (T. 13)
"'"e .-iineteen IK. lyj, and twenty acres
tu a.; in the northwest corner of the south
wM 5uart. (SW!4 ) of Section Eighteen (S.
-, luwnsnip i mrteen tl. Mj, Kange Nine
teen (R. 19), and better known as the did Ril
Walton place, reference being; made to Deed
.-una oj, page is.
The southeast quarter of the northwest auar-
ter (SEJ NWJi) and the north half of the
northeast quarter of the southwest quarter
ii-.ra ncyt awy4) ot Section Ten (S. 10)
lownship Thirteen (T. 13), Range Eighteen
(K. 18), reference being made to Deed Book
, --Ms three and four In Block One, Square
according to the map and plan thereof, refer
' ul mc lown ni i nnv.vi , Miuminrj
ence being made to Deed IWk 97 r.A 1AQ
SIX acres (6 a.) in the nnrth..., .1
'he northwest quarter of the northwest quarter
w . " y" ' ' "action ten (S. 10), Town
snip i mrteen it. 13), Range Eighteen (R. 18)
l'.ast. It being the intention to convey the six
acres of land conveyed to I. E. Robbins by
i rV" j u '. sco"' -Reference being made
w ,-c-;-4 iiuus OO, page 103.
,-;,"".? ? ' 01 ,he "outhwest quarter
v.-a o,. y4, ana rne soutn nalt ol the north'
east qusrter of the southwest quarter (S!!
NEtf SW!4) of Section Ten (S 10). Tow
'"P Thirteen (T. 13). . Range Eighteen East
, , ..' -Keierence being made to Deed
Book 73, page 476.
vTj"! west half of the northwest quarter (WJ-S
. 7: petiion rnx a. oi. township Thi
teen i i u), Kange Nineteen East (R, 19 E.)
better known as the Adams Gandy place.
?jh UHH mauc 10 uecq nook 77, page
Lots one, eight, nine, ten snd fifteen. Sec
,.,?.n Thirty (S. 30), Township Thirteen (T
U), Kange Nineteen (R. 19). Kcferencc being
made to Deed Book 83, pace 300.
. T(lSr?".a5' ll"r'r of the southeast quar-(-l1;
SfcJ-j) of Section Two (S. 2). Town-
..MH w. u, Kange biuhtcen East
(R.
io r.,, aiSO ine SOUth ha f Of the nnr.h.
easr quarter of the southeast auarter fSU
N f.'t SUM) of Section Tw IS. 2), Township
1 ll 1 rtiaaai-i I I til 11 r?;s.. a-. . S
IS E.). Reference beinar made to Deed RnnW
. ...,.-. ,i. mi, ixci litre ritrnipcn f.aat tw
55,
tRC j.
iTw,5,n,'!!;nint n(l nineteen-hundredths acre!
(29 19-100 a.) off the west side of the south
vw ''r" ?' ".e northwest cuarter (SEM
: " f"2n r,v ( Township Thir
teen ji. i3j, Kange Nineteen (R. 19). Refer
ence being msdc to Deed Book 12, page 395.
Lots three and six, Section Twenty-five (S
-'.V, lownship Thirteen (T. 13). Range Eight
""l8; I E.). Reference being made
,v u" bj, page oi.
Lot ten. Section Twenty-nine (S. 29), Town
snip i mrteen ( r. 13), Range Nineteen (R. 19)
V-, !5r. 7. . 1 ,nc northeast quarter
(I'.'S NV.'A) of Section Seventeen (S 17)
JSV"!'Ji'p 'tm T. 13), Ranee Nineteen
IV- Kefercnce being made to Deed Book
t., ihkc inn.
All tnat portion of Section Eleven (S. 11)
p"V',oTp, Thirteen (T. 13), Range Eighteen
'n ouin oi me Macon and Cooks
..,,.,.,,,, easr oi me nnaw road, running
north and south, and being all land east of
Show road running by Ridgeway church from
ncmon nne nortn ot church to I. L. Wilkin
son line south of church, in the northwest
nmrar inirtji ol section Eleven (S. 11)
lownship Thirteen (T. 13), Range Eighteen
hast (R. 18 E.), containing about fifty (50)
J?101;' or Reference being made to
I'tnl I'UUR O, Page 631.
...T.he East half of the northwest quarter (E!4
W(4) of Section Twelve (S. 12). Township
. w. y, ivange r.ignteen IK, IB) and
the north half of the east half of the southeast
ouarrer . n m -- stJ4) of Section Nine (S
9), Township Thirteen (T. 13). R.n.. Pii,,.
een (R. 18), containing one hundred and sixty
and one-half acres (160K a.), more or less.
Reference beinc made to Deed Book 83. page
300.
Forty acres (40 a.) off the north end of the
northeast ouarter of Section Eleven, Township
4- , . o v'nKe ig'uecn cast ur-J, s. II.
! ',. '? E-' ,he "me b'in Part of the
land allotted to me bv the commissioners of
the Probate Court. Reference being made to
ouo t, page juj.
All west of Jordan's Creek, less the south
west quarter of Section Three, Township Thir
teen, Range Eighteen (SWW. S. 3. T. 13. R
18), and lots three and four, Section Sixteen.
Township Thirteen. Range Eighteen (S. 16 T.
13, R. 18), and thirty acres (30 a.) off the
norm ena oi the north half of the southwest
miarier oi section I hrer. Township Thirteen
Kane hihleen (N'A SWW. ... r T n p
18), Reference beinar made tn Deed 97
Lot three. Section Thirty, Township Thir
tcctl. Range Nineteen (fi 10 T 11 u lot
Reference being made to Deed Book 83, page
One hundred and twenty acres (120 a.), more
or less, described as the east half of the
northeast quarier of Section Two, Township
Thirteen, Range Eighteen (E y, NE'4, S. 2.
1.1 J, R. 18), and forty acres off the north
end of the southeast quarter of Section Two
Township Thirteen, Range Eighteen (S. 2, T
13, R. 18). Reference being made to Deed
Book 52, page 333.
The northwest quarter and the east half of
the southwest quarter and the southwest quar
'.V.... ,he uthenst quarter of Section Four,
(NVy, and EH SW and SWV SEtf. S. 4)
fS-ly "..fA hlf of the northwest qusrter
(F.J4 NWJ4), and sixty acres off the north
end of the west half of the southeast quarter
of Section Nine, all in Township Thirteen,
Range Nineteen East. Reference being made
to Deed Book 55, page 60.
The east half of the southwest quarter of
Section Nineteen, Townshio Thirteen, Range
Nineteen, (EJ4 SWS4 8. 19, T. 13, R. 19)
Reference being made to Deed Book 63, page
The southwest ouarter of Section 3, Town
ship Thirteen, Range Hightern (HW'i, 8 i
T. 1.1. R, IH), and all last of thi orotic. Ui
ten lares off th. na'lh nd of flr.tlait fhrM
Towiifhip Tnirlrtn, nonu Riifm (Pi . 'f.
J. T.( JACKS OK
Expert Horseshoer
Mr. John Staggs' Blacksmith Shop,
Southwest Corner of Courthouse
The following recommendation will speak
for itself
To Whom It May Concern: .
It gives us pleasure to recommend Mr. J. T. Jackson
as an expert horseshoer. He has done all our work for two
years and we know that he understand his business. He
puts the shoes on so they never get loose and so the horse
never corks himself. He treats successfully the diseases of
the feet. He is an expert when it comes to shoeing both
driving and draft horses. We have never known a horse to
be lamed from his shoeing.
Respectfully,
Edward M. Livingston,
G. B. Linch, Marshal.
W. D. Miller, wagon
J. H. Watsby,
Tomlinson & Reed,
C. G. Nicols,
W. M. Dixon,
M. C. Smith,
Ghas. L. Bennett.
Louisville, Miii.
The
and
The telephone goes hand in hand with good
roads.
The telephone overcomes many of the obsta
cles of bad roads and makes it possible for the
farmer and other rural residents to transact busi
ness in the city and with neighbors when the
roads are impassable.
Progressive farmers are insisting upon good
roads and telephones. These two agencies of
modern civilization are doing more than all others
toward eliminating the isolation of country life.
You can have a telephone in your home at very
small cost. Send a postal for our free booklet
giving complete information.
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
Cumberland Telephone
and Telegraph Company
INCORPORATED.
181 80UTH PRYOR 8TREET, ATLANTA, GA.
13, R. 18). Reference being made to Deed
Book 77, page 288.
The south three-fourths nf the nnrthea.t
quarter (S Nli!4), less one acre in the south
west corner, hection hlcven, Township Thir
teen, Range Eighteen East (S. II, T. 13, R.
o ,.). . Reference belli? made to Deed Rnnk
83, page 170.
Lot five. Section Twentv-five. Town.hm
Thirteen, Range Eighteen (L. f, S. 25, T. 13,
R. 18). Reference being made to Deed Book
83, page 141.
The south half of the nonthwefit onarter IC.!
SW'4), less the west half of the southwest
quarter of the southwest quarter of Section
lliree, W SWA SW. S. 3) and the
northeast quarter of the northwest quarter ol
Section Ten, Township Thirteen, Range Eight
een East (NEtf NWS4, S. 10, T. 13, R. 18
!-.). Reference being made to Deed Book 73,
page 575.
Tha
hat portion of the east half of the north
west auarter of Section Eleven. Tnwnshin
Thirteen, Range Eighteen East (EH NWX,
S. 11, T. 13, R. 18 E.). lying north of the
Macon and Cooksville road, heller known at
the place on which Thomas B. Paulette now
lives, fifty acres, more or less. Reference be
ing made to Deed Book 20, page 301.
Lots one. two. three, fmir anrl Ave in Kln-k
four. Sauare "H." fractional lot four of lot six.
of Block Four of Square "B," west half of
Block rour, and all of Blocks Two and Three
Square "B, and lots one, two, five and six of
Block Seven, and all of Block Eight in Square
Jtelerence Delne made to Deed Hook 77.
page 278.
I he northeast Quarter, less ten seres in the
nortneast corner tnereot, in a triangular form.
twenty chains on the north side and ten chains
the east side, and less also "The Mrs.
Julia Straight four-acre tract," in form of a
square, lying immediately south of said ten-
acre tract, and bounded on the east by the
secnon line, a. b, l. lj w., K. 1 tl.
Southeast quarter and west half of the south
west quarter, Section Eight, Township Thirteen
iNorin. Kanae nineteen e.ast : tntir arret, ir
the southwest comer of Section Nine, Town
ship 13 North, Range 19 East. The north
tnree-iourths NX of east half of the north
east quarter, Section Seventeen, Township
Thirteen North, Rane Nineteen East. Sixty
one acres off the south end of the west half of
he Southwest ouarter. Section Eighteen. Tnwn.
llin Thirteen North. Ranire Nineteen East.
The northwest quarter, less five acres in the
southwest corner thereot. Section 19. lown
ship 13 North, Range 19 East; lots 4, 6, 11;
he north hall of lot five. Section Thirtv (.till
Townshio Thirteen North, Range 1. East.
The above described lands being all the land
now owned by me in said County of Noxubee
n ine i.. HibUlcr I'.state Lands." and ot
he "Mrs. M. A. Kibbler Estate Lands" (ex
cept the lands in said County in Township
fifteen. North, Range Nineteen East), and
ContainlnD- eiffht hundred, four anH three.
fourths acres, more or less. Reference being
made to Deed Book 83, page 189.
A so all realty owned hv K A rlenlnn In
Cooksville, Noxubee County, Mississippi, de
scribed as his (F. A. Denton's) store and
welling house, and lots on which they are sit
uated in the Town of Cooksville. Mississippi.
Reference beins- made tn the deed nf T. R
Sparkman, executor of the last will of F. A.
Denton, guardtan of lames Denton Snarkman
et al. See Book 83, page 186.
Twentv-slx and two-thirds acres off the south
end of the west half of the southwest quarter.
Section Nineteen, Township Thirteen, Range
Nineteen; five acres in the Boulhwest quarter
of the northwest nttflrtar. (ertinn Thirteon
Township Thirteen. Range Ninetutli, Refer-
nre bring made to Deed Hook 03. n.o, Oi .
Book 96, pnfe 302. containing lour thutisand.
three bundled and fifty scios t,J$0 a,) l
land, mora or
vm half ol oii,!ij misrlrT, wm Tw?ni
-AT-
Att'y-, Walter Splva, M. D.
G. Watson.
team,
Louisville L. & P. Co.
N. L. Tomlinson,
G. E. Linch,
W. P. Hammond.
P. G. Smyth,
W. A. Shoolar, Jr. -
Telephone
Good Roads
ty four, Township Thirteen, Rane Eighteen.
The property mentioned in said trust deed
will be sold to satisfy said indebtedness and
the Cost of this proceeding. ,
CHARLES STRONG,
, . . Substituted Trustee.
This December 17. 1914.
TRESPASS NOTICE The lands of H. F. Mar
tin and Raymond Trimble, the Haynes place ar
posted and all hunters are warned not to trespaa
HUNTERS FORBIDDEN All ' hunters and
other trespassers are warned to keep off my land
six miles west of Macon. W. A. TAYLOR.
TRESPASS NOTICE- All my land In district
S and 6 are posted and all hunting and other trea
pasaing Is forbidden. P. C. NORWOOD,
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
The State of Mississippi, Noxubee Counts'.
' Exparte Petition 1 In Chancery Court
No. 8772 of of
Frank Gully, etal. ) Noxubee County.
By virtue of a decree of the chancery court of
said county, rendered in the above styled caused
on the 18th day of November. A. D., 1014, at the
October term. A. D., 1914 of said court, (adjourn
ed to Nov. 9th, 1914) I, the undersigned, duly ap
pointed special commissioner of said court, will on
Monday, the 4th day of January, A. D 1915, bet
ween the hours of eleven o. clock A. M., and four
o'clock P. M., sell at the front and west door of tha
court house in Macon. Miss., in said Noxubee
county, to the highest bidder on terms, to-wit:Ona
.j cam ana ine oaiance to De paid on April 1st,
1915. lien to be reserved on the property for said
deferred payment, the following described real
estate, situated in the county of Noxubee, in tha
state of Mississippi, to-wit:
That certain house and lot slfated in block 28
m the city of Macon, described as commencing at
the N. E. corner of said block 26, running south 63
feet, thence east 100 feet, more or less, totheorch.
ard lot by M. J. Dunn's, thence north 58 feet to
Boone street, thence along the south side of said
street to the point of beginning.
Also that other certain house and lot In said
block 2 described aa beginning at the point 68
feet south of the N. E. comer of aald block 26,
running thence south 80 feet, thence west 100 feet
more or less, to the orchard lot of salj M. J.Dunn
thence north 80 feet, thence east 100 feet, more or
less, to the point of beginning.
Dated, this the 4th day of December. A. D.,1914, '
JNO. A, TYSON,
Special Commissioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
THE ESTATE
1 In the Chancery
l Court of Noxubee
No. 8878 of
Lyman S, Shaver, ( County,
Deceased. ' pi.
Jniasisaip-
Letters testamentary on said aatarj. having twu,
on the 7th day of December, 1914, granted to tha
undersigned by John A. Tyson, chancery clerk of
aald county of Noxubee.
All persons having claims against said estate are
required to have same probated and registered by
said clerk within one year from this date.
A failure for one year to probata nj .it
any claim will bar the same.
i n is Ytn day of Dec., 1914.
MRS. P, J. SHAVE1
Executrix of said es
TRESSPASS NOTICE-AH mv l.nj. .
Macon on both north and south side of
riosted and violators will be prosecuted to
Imit, Conn and Opossum hunters are
warned. Parties are also warned ni
any HOLLY from any of my lands.
J. F.
LONOSTRKET PLACE POSTED-A r
and hunters especially, are warned not,
Pn m thl lrnrt plaea una nv
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