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fr? i A stimulant occasionally. The digestive organs, the liver, the kidneys and bowels lose their effectiveness at times and need help. At such times a strengthening, cleansing and regulating medicine is of priceless value because serious diseases spring from neglected disorders in these organs. * Ijjl r :> A ft / W I I sA PRICKLY ASH BITTERS ? Lfc BLOOD Is the Great Spring Tonlc, Blood, Liver and Bowel Purifier "Peace hath her victories no less than war," and there are none greater or more beneficial to the human family than the victories of medical science over disease. Prickly A*h Bitters by its annual Spring campaign against impurities in the blood, liver and bowels, performs highly praised, by all who have tested its powerful efficacy. A short course with this great purifier cleanses the blood, puts the vital organs in good condition, invig orates the body, promotes good appetite, restful sleep and cheerful spirits. The marvelous success of this remedy in correcting the system is due to its four-fold cleansing and regulating effect. It is in the firél place a kidney remedy of superior merit. Second, it is an effective liver tonic. Third, it strengthens the digestive process in the stomach. Lastly, it purifies the blood and regulates hé bowels. By removing impurities in the blood, liver and bowels and strengthening the digestion, the whole internal body is improved, because there is greater activity in all the organs that assist in maintaining health and strength. As a result of this there is at once a brigthening up in body and brain, renewed energy, snap, vim and activity. great work which has been praised, a PERMANENTLY CURES A CONSTIPATED HABIT Try it This Spring As a household remedy to relieve indigestion, sour Stomach, bad breath, belching, flatulence, irregu ar bowel movements, bloating after eating, and for keeping the system in order, it is needed in every family. Sold Everywhere. Price $1.00 Per Bottle If You Own An Expensive Watch Treat it with Considera tion. If iU'Jhould run too fast or too slow, let us search out the cause for you. , Every day that you neg lect it, shortens the life of your watch. Keep your watch clean, and it's as natural for it to go as it is for your heart to beat. When you let the dirt and dust creep in, then you shorten its life each day. Hand it in to our Repair Department and when you get it back it is practically a clean, new watch. This is printed for the benefit of you and your watch. TP. A. LINDHOLM. Jeweler. NEW BARBER SHOP We have just opened new shop under Rayner'9 Hall, where you can get your Hair cut to order, a smooth Shave and clean towels, everything sept in sanitarv order by skillful workmen of many years' experience. We soli cit the patronage of our many friends and public. We have also the agency for the Empire Laundry of Birmingham. Ala., which will give you quick and prompt attention. A. \\ freeman &Bro. For Bale—Four full blood Jersey oows with young calves. G. A. WILSON. April Supervisors Meeting. At the regular meeting of the board of supervisors held Monday, ADril 1st, 1907, there were present : H. E. Buck, president; T. G. Stephenson, H. Bar ger, G. S. Rogers, and W. L. Smith, members ; W. W. Wilburn, sheriff, and Parham Williams, clerk. S. M. McCrary is allowed 1100 re ward for arresting Ben Tidwell, who killed Ab Ellis, and delivering him to the proper officers. H. C. Baughn, superintendent of county poorhouse, submitted his report for March, as follows : Inmates, 2 males and 2 females, at the following expense: Pahlen Bros., supplies, $22; Fincher & Winstead, beef, $5 W. Smith & Sons Co., lumber, $1.06. Edgberg Pleas, hauling same, 50c; Hardware Lumber Co , wire for fence $3.36 ; Henry Hodges, posts, 90c ; Same, plowing garden and planting, $1; Same, burying two inmates, $4.50; same, five cords of wood, $5 ; same, cutting fire length, 2.50; Matilda Hodges, matron, $10; H. C. Baughn, supt., $6; same, putting up fence, $3.25. Report was received, examined, approved and filed with the clerk. The petition of L. Linde and others on file for establishing a toll ferry at Roseneath. connecting the public roads on the east and west banks at the mouth of Tchula lake, where it emp ties into the Yazoo river, said ferry being necessary for the public travel, it is ordered that said petition is granted and the said Linde is author ized to operate and maintain a toll fer ry across said Tchula Lake and Yazoo river at said points, and is authorized to charge such tolls as have been here tofore fixed by the board of supervis ors of Holmes county for the opera tion of a public ferry at said point, upon the execution of a bond as re quired by section 4456 of the code of 1906 in the penalty of $500, and aftei having complied with all requirements for the establishment, operation and maintenance of the public toll ferry as provided by law, for the term of five years. Ordered that W. W. Perry, county contractor, be notified that S. M. Cox, surety on his bond, has filed a petition to be relieved as suretj' thereon, and that said contractor be given notice by the clerk of this board to be and ap pear at the next term of this hoard and show cause, if any he can, why said petition should not be granted and a new bond be required of him. W. H. Smith, county superintendent of education, presented his report for the month of March and the same was received, examined, approved and filed with the clerk, and his salary of $150 allowed, payable out of the school fund. The petition of E. E. Wilkes and others, ror a new road to begin at the comer of Mrs. Bettie Harringto and Jack Pollard's places on the Frank lin and Durant road, funning north through Lee Pollard's, Caldwell and berry's places, intersecting the prings road on said Jeff Wherry's place ; said right of way being donated by the property owners, was this day received and ordered filed and to lay over 30 days and that G. S. Rogers a nd H. Barger are appointed commis .40; T. n's Jaff sioners to examine said route for a new road. The petition of W. 8. Thomas, Char lie Jones and others, asking for a road to begin on the Yazoo road about a half mile south of Charlie Jones' house, and run east about one mile through land owned by Charlie Jones and intersecting the Pickens road at the old McBee place, was this day re ceived and filed with the clerk, and to lay over 80 days. The order passed at the March term of this board, allowing P. M. Shack $15 per thousand for twelve thousand feet of lumber for bridges in Beat 4, is re scinded, and is allowed pay for nine thousand, five hundred feet at $15 per thousand, amounting to $142.50 and to be paid out of the bridge fund. J. C. Pickens, county treasurer, is authorized to loan D. C. Booth $350 80 acres of land, out of township funds available, when the title of said land shall have been passed upon and found to be good by the attorney for this board with the distinct understanding and agreement that said Booth shall take out $500 insurance upon the dwell ing now standing on saia 80 acres of land for the benefit of said township fund, as its interests shall appear. R. H. Cobhins having paia taxes double assessment on valuation set posite his name, the clerk of this board is requested to certify to the auditor of public accounts the fact of such double assessment, with a certified copy of this order, and request him to refund the state's part of the taxes, and upon its allowance by voucher the county's part of the taxes will he al lowed him at a subsequent meeting of this board. The bid submitted by B. W. Strowd, to build a bridge across Indian creek, near T. R. King's place for $1.14 1-2 per lineal foot, is accepted, upon his entering into a bond of $393.88, to be approved and filed with the clerk, who is authorized to pay for same out of bridge fund when received by H. Bar ger. new -ill on OP The bid submitted by J. W. Eakin, for grading the hill at the Christmas place for $180, as j)er plans and speci fications on file with the clerk, is ac cepted, upon his entering into a bond of $360 for its faithful completion in sixty days. The bid submitted by W. Limuel Smith, for building a breakwater at the Christmas hill, as per plans and specifications on file with the clerk, for $3.25 per lineal foot upon his enter ing into an approved bond of $325 for its completion within thirty days, is accepted. The clerk will pay for same when received by \V L. Smith. The bid submitted by J. S. Swin ney, to build a 40-foot bridge across a ditch at the Wofford place for $40, is accepted on his entering into an ap proved bond of $80 for the completion of said contract within thirty days; said bond to be approved and filed with the clerk of this board, who is author ized to pay for the bridge when re ceived by T. G. Stephenson. The bid of S. Busshart, to build a bridge across Torry creek, aft Owens, according to plans and specifications on file with the clerk, for $2.57 1-2 per lineal foot, is accepted, on his entei ing into an approved .bond of $390 for a the completion of said contract with in sixty davs ; said bond to be filed with the clerk of this board, who is au thorized to pay for said bridge when received by T. G. Stephenson. Accounts are allowed as follows : K. H. Baker, support J. Donahoe.. J. MeUarrity, lor his support. H. B. Keith, same. C. A. Brown, same.. J. Edwards, add. support for same 8. P. Logan, for his support. Mrs. Fannie McMorrough, same ... Mrs. Catherine Watson, same Mrs. Susan Harnett, sams Mrs. Nancy Brown, support Hannah Gilmore, for her support.... W. F. Langford, support afflicted son Mrs. Lizzie Fonvllle, for her support. H. V. Schlauder, turning bridge for boats- 20 00 J. P. Minyard, convey'g Ben Tillman to jail 2 80 Marshall & Bruce, sta. oh. oik. Geo. D. Barnard, trust deed record Tom Carthan. tax on 2 mules, refd B. C. Karr, same on lot. M. J. Mcltermot, same lots in Goodman ... 2 00 J. B. Smith, same lots in West. .. W. W. Wilburn, sh'ff, feeding prisoners. Dr*. Shepherd & McBee, vis, poorhouse Dr. R. E. Howard, amputatingpaup's leg.. 30 00 V. C. Ashley, haul'g lime, etc., for poorh'se 2 oo B. G. Olive, brick, cement, lime and sand.. 3 oo Mary G. Owen et al., right of way road.... 80 00 Tom Ballard, work poorhouse cistern Henrich & Lofstrom. 2coffins for paupers- 10 00 J. Z. Morris, team for Jurors, poorhouse B. 8. Beall, sup. for county offleers. Henry Hodges, hauling water and sand W. A. Harthcock, ex-offlcio ser. constable 3 00 Swinney Bros. Fur. Co., chair eh. elrk.... 8 oo Same. 2 mattre^ges for jail. 6 00 Trustees T. 18, r. 2 w., sup. sal. teacher— 10 00 Same T. 17, r. 1 e., supplies for school Same, supplement to teacher. W. Z. Smith, lumber for small bridge. E. V. Scott, hauling lumber for bridge T. H. K. Brown, rep's on two small b'dges 1 80 Same, lumber for bridges Martin & Wlgley, rep'g and haui'g b'dges- 40 00 J. E. Harthcook-haullnglumber..— « 50 W. J. Edwards, rep'g Thornton causeway- 8 00 W. L. Edwards, rep'g two small bridges-.. 5 oo ,1. S. AbleB. same. .1. A. Hearn, same, one .1, D, Truitt, same . $10 00 . 10 00 8 00 5 00 3 00 V 80 3 00 . 5 00 ot sun. 5 00 • 5 00 S 00 7 00 1 10 14 oo ■Ml •2 10 9 33 27 20 9 00 I (SI 2 00 18 M 1 50 86 12 10 00 « 00 6 IX» . 12 20 10 00 5 00 10 00 Lee Brooks, filling two caves near roads .. '28 oo Goff Sproies, same, one. D. H. Hobbs, lumber for culverts. Providence Store, lumber for culverts.... T. -I. Edwards, same for bridge. T. F. Durham, plae'g rall'g Silver Lake b'g 10 OO .1 no. I. Redmond, Jr., road tax refunded .. 3 (X) J. S. Swinney, rep'g bad place in road — '2 00 4 00 5 00 5 00 i oo 7 80 • 5 32 H. C. Herring, repairs on bridges B. W. Strowd, building bridge... W Z. Smith, lum. bridge. Hoskins place... 37 50 8. W. Alford, bufld'g bridge, Markin'- r'd-- 25 no F. H. Rogers, build, break» ., Long creek-. 25 50 J. S. Swinney, lumber for road . J. H, t'nger, lumber for bridges. Pickens Brick & Lumber Co., lumber W. F. Farr. same, and nails .. J W. McNeer. lumber. Sheehy St Co., nails. Estate of J T. Odom, lumber. T. D. Purcell, lumber. 3. L. Porter, rep'g bridge. Drennan place.. 10 00 20 00 W. Z. Smith, lumber. Howard causeway-.. 40 00 H. H. Harding, lumber-... .132 35 (when received by G. S. Rogers.) G. W. Pierce, building bridge. 6 00 JO 20 24 90 IS 07 14 66 3 00 - I 16 17 Same, building bridge on Cypres* 25 00 Board adjourned until tomorrow, 10 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, April 2, 1907. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present as on yesterday. J. C. Pickens, county treasurer, pre sented his report for March, showing balances in funds as follows : Count}', $15.981.52; bridge, $869.29; school, $11,889.23; advalorem, $5,695.36, com mutation—beat 1,$80.57; beat2, $16.75; beat 3, $849.24; beat 4, $220.42; beat 5 $128.19; townships—14, r. 2 $215.65; 15, r. 1 w., $283.82; 15, r. 2 w., $464.05; 17, r. le., $92.89. Other funds as heretofore reported. Report was received, examined and approved and filed with the clerk. The act of J. C. Pickens, county treasurer, in renting the Cartwright w., place for 1907, for $25, is approve!!!" and it is ordered that j. C. Pickens, county treasurer, is allowed $1.10 for taxes paid on said Cartwright place and a warrant be issued to him for same. J. C. Pickens, county treasurer, is authorized to loan A. IÄ and Wm. God frey $1,000 on 180 acres of land when the title to said land shall have been passed upon by the attorney for this board ; said loan to be made out of any township fund available. Accounts are allowed as follows : W. M. Meek, eut'g r't •! way and b'dg b'g.SI5 00 28 00 24 83 Geo. Ellison, building bridge. M. C. Gill, lutn. (Or bridge. I). N. Foose, supplies for drawbridge Sip Jackson. road tax refunded. 3 00 ' 3 00 13 '20 Howard Van, same. Sip Jackson, poll tax refunded. Beall Hdw. Co., supplies courthouse W. W. Hooper, guttering poorhouse. etc..16 35 Hoover Commercial Co., nails. J. A. Sharp, rep'g courthouse dome. The Advertiser and Durant News, station ery and supplies county offleers..21 70 Same, pub. proceedings amt legal notices- 25 (X) Lex. Comp. & Oil Mill Co..lights eh, and J'l- 7 95 W. W. Wilburn, sh'fT. stamps for office — 4 00 Same, vist'g convict c'p and 2 da. on b'd.. 3 00 T. G. Stephenson, 2 du. and mil. m. b. s— 3 20 Same. » days ex'g roads, etc. H. Barger, 3 days same. Same. 2 da. and mi. m. b. s. G. 8. Rogers, same ... Same. 10 days ex'g roads, etc.. W. L. Smith, 9 days same. Same, 2 da. and mil. m. b. s. H. E. Buck, same. Same. 8 days ex'g roads, etc. Parham Williams, elk., 2 da. on board Henry Hawkins, janitor, sal. March.. Dr. J. R. Watson, making nils road Albino. «5 00 Jett Grandi »on. taking lutn. out Hophumpa J. G. Hubert, grading hlienoah hill. H J. Brown, rep'g b'ge. D. H. Noel place.. 1 00 Board adjourned to the first Monday in May, 1907. 2 00 29 80 '«I 2 .50 .... 27 00 .... 24 00 .... 9 20 9 99 .. .. 30 00 . 27 00 . 9 60 9 00 "t it' e it* 15 I«) IX» 245 SO H. E. BUCK, President. PAINTING AND PifPERHdNOINCi If you need a first class job of painting or paperhanging call B. n. SEITZLER Row lino Green. Mis* e B . P « £ w : I : « H i 0 * o co SOULE BUSINESS COLLEGE. sorts COLLEGE i« the Leading and Highest Grade Bnslneas, Shorthand English Training School In the Sontb. It Is recognized everywhere a* a Wide Awake, Practical, Reliable, Progressive. Popular and Successful School It make« no delusive promises to secure »indents. 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