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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
The Board of Supervisors of Gre
nada County met in regular monthly
serion on October 4th. There were
present:
Kemp Mattingly, Dist. I
>T. H. James, President, Dist. 2.
Frank Anderson, President, Dist. 3.
I. G. Rounsaville, Dist. 4.
G. P. Cunningham, Dist. 5.
J. B. Keeton, Clerk of said Board.
D. W. Deck, Sheriff of said County.
WHEREUPON the following pro
ceedings were had:
I herewith submit my report on the
fees, commissions, etc., collected by
the Sheriff's office for the month.
Six turn keys, $6, two days' board
of Supervisors. $4. Sheriff's cost in
case No. 1910. $3.50, Sheriff's cost in
Alf Please, No.-$8, Sheriff's cost
in Odom Bros., $5, One summons,
Calhoun County. $2. commission on
automobiles, $4.34,
State tax, $28.87, commission on Log
Wagons, $8.25. Total $69.96.
D. W. Beck, Sheriff,
V. R. James, D. S.
Ordered that the report of A. H.
Anderson, local agent, he and the
same is hereby approved.
Ordered that the report of M. Mc
Kibben. County Superintendent of
Education of Grenada County, Mis
sissippi, for the month of September,
1920, be and the same is hereby ap
proved.
Ordered that the report of Miss Eva
Sanders, Homo Demonstration Agent,
be and the ^ame is hereby approved.
The following is a report of all the
fees and commisisons collected by the
office of the Circuit Clerk of Gre
nada County, Mississippi, during the
month of September, 1920.
4 acknowledgements, $1,4 notorial
seals, $2, 18 marriage license, $54,
court costs, $14.85. 1
Total $71.85.
I, W. B. Barnes, Circuit Cierk of!P°
the county and state aforesaid certi-J
fy that the above and foregoing is a ;
true and correct report of all the'stakes
commission on
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and 1 have never found any medicine that could take its
place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyvilie, Tenn. Mr. Sta
cy, who is a Rutherford County fanner, recommends Black
Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house
hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre
vent them from developing into serious troubles.
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declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a
cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our
family if it wasn't for Black-Draught. It has saved us many
dollars ... I don't see how any family can hardly go with
out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep
in the house, f recommend Black-Draught highly and am
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THE F. F. DALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD„
fees and commissions collected by me
during the month of September, 1920,
and that the same has been turned
into the County Treasury.
Witness my hand and official seal,
this the 4th day of October, 1920.
Whereas, the Board of Supervisors
of Grenada County, Mississippi, de
sires to have the $300,000 of bonds
which was authorized by this Board
t its June, 1920, meeting under Chap
ter 150, Laws of 1910,
amendatory thereof for constructing
hard surfaced roads in Districts 1, 2,
3 and 4 of said Gdenada County
properly and leg-ally validated as pro
vided by Chapter 28 of the Laws of
1917.
r ted read for acceptance,
"We found htat the contractor had
changed the road from the line of
the'stakes in same three different places
and Acts
It is therefore ordered by the
Board that the clerk of this Board
be and he is hereby directed and in
structed to transmit to the Hororable
J. B. Harris, State's bond attorney
of Mississippi, a certified copy of all
of the legal papers, proceedings, re
ports and orders of this Board per
taining to the issuance of said pro
posed bonds, including transcripts of
records and ordinances proof of pub
lication and tabulation of vote, with
the request that said State' Bond At
torney pass upon same and render an
opinion in writing as to the vidality of
said bonds, as provided by said Chap
ter 28, of Acts of 1917.
We, your committee on thc New
Graysport road beg to report work
done by H. H. Marter, for fill work.
Recommended
$39.90.
pay for same less
G. P. Cunningham,
I. G. Rousavillc.
REPORT on Graysport Road in
heat 1 of Grenada County.
Gentlemen: On September 9th,
1920, I, W. C. Hudson, as engineer
for Grenada County, went with two
members of your Honorable Board
over the new Graysport road in Beat
1> to look over the report on its con
dition after the contractor had
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one place being about 1-4 of a mile
long, and the other two were short
changes, the first change was made
East of Tom Ran's orchard, the 1-4
mile change was on the W. B. Hoffa |
place, and the other change was in a
curve just east of Gibbs creek; the
last mentioned was only slight but in
a curve just off of a. bridge that was
set bias to the road line causing the
change to look greater than it would
look had the bridge been set on the
line with the road."
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To get the amount of yardage put
up where these changes have been
made, the Bar pits would have to be
measured and to pret the yardage
where the contractor followed the
surveyed line, would only require
cheek lines to be run over the road
and to see if the fills were up grade
The changing of locations from the
stake lines caused the road to have a
ragged appearance and does not show
up well for inspection.
W r* VbS 'r!v, l |'g tUl '
W. C. Hudson, Civil Engineer,
We your committee on the Gore
Springs consolidated school find that
their petition shows a majority of the
legal voters.
re- 1
port that said petition is in proper
form and is signed by a majority of
the legal voters of Gore Springs Con-'
solidated School District, it is order-!
ed that said petition be and the same
's hereby gfiranted and lew of taxes
for said district ordered to be changed i
as therein petitioned for.
The Tie Plant Separate School Dis.
trict is out of funds with which to 1
pay teachers for the fall months, and
it will be quite a while before the
tax will be coming in.
recommend that you
Frank Anderson,
G. P. Cunningham.
It appearing from the above
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borrow from
Gore Spring Bond Sinking Fund the
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sum of $1,000.00 or ac much thereof i
as can be had from said fund for a
term ot .3% months for the purpose of
paying teachers for the fall months of
school as per Chapter 183 laws of
1914.
M. McKibben.
It appearing from the report of j
the County Superintendent of Educa- j
tion that there are no funds in this*
Treasury for the purposing of paying I
the teachers salaries of the Tie Plant *
Separate School District for the fall:
months of the sesion 1920-21 of the!
said Tie Plant Separate School Dis-'
trict of Grenada County and tha^ it
is necesary to borow the sum of $1
000 for the payment of sabries of the ;
teachers of the Tic Plant Separate
School District salaries for 3 1-4
months of the fall term of 1920
It further apearing that the Board !
is authorized to borrow said sum for
said purpose by Chapter 183 of the 1
Acts of j.914 oi Mississippi and it
turther appearing that the Gore |
Springs Bond Sinking Fund has said
amount and that this body has the >
light to loan said funds at a legal
rate of interest; it is therefore or
dered that the President and Clerk
of this Board execute a note to the
Gore Springs Bond Sinking Fund in
the sum of $1,000 with 8 per cent in
terest thereon from date, same to be
come due and payable January 20th,
1921.
FORM OF NOTE
$1,000.00
Grenada, Miss.,
October 5th, 1920.
KNOW AL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS :
That the Tie Plant Separate Schol
District is indebted to and for the:
value received, promises to pay the !
Gore Springs School Bond Sinking!
Fund or bearer, on January 20th A. ;
( I). 1921, thc sum of $1,000 with 8
- ; per cent interest thereon per annum
j from date hereof, in current funds of
, the United States of America, there is
£ hereby pledged the full faith, preper
" ty credit, resources and revenues of
^ said Separate School District.
^ This note is given for and repres
= ents the sum of $1,000.00 borrowed
^ ; bv the Board of Supervisors of said i
r > County, from the said Gore Spring
-■ S. bool Bond Sinking Fund under
='Chapter 183 of the Acts of 1914 of
= Mississippi, for the purpose of paving
E teachers' salaries, of the Tie Plant
~ Seperate School District for the fall
~ months of 1920. and it is hereby cer
tified ami recited that the borrowing
r of this money is necesarv for said
•z ourpose for the reason that there are
r no school funds in the Treasury for
E this purpose.
In testimony' whereof the County
of Grenada, Mississippi, by the Board
of Supervisors, has caused this note
to be executed signed by the Presi
dent and Clerk and with its seal af
fixed the date first above written.
Ordered this the 5th dav of Oct.
1920.
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THE COUNTY OF GRENADA,
President Board of Supervisors.
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
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STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
County of Grenada,
I, J. B. Keeton, Clerk of the Chan
cery Court and Clerk of the Board of
Supervisors in and for the County and
State aforesaid, do hereby certify that
the following is a true and correct re
port of all fees and commisions col
lected by me during the month of
September, 1920, and that I have col
lected all fees and commissions rea
sonably possible of collection during
the said month:
Filing, indexing and recording 14
Trust Deeds, $125.75, filing, indexing
and recording 21 Deeds, $28.75, filing,
indexing and recording 1 Trustee's
deed, $1.50, filing, indexing and re
cording 1 right away deed, $1.75,
filing, indexing and recording 1 bond,
.50, 1 certified copy of deed, $3, Court
1 costs in case No. 3589 and 3524,
$4.75, taking 25 acknowledgements,
$6.25; total $72.85.
Witnes my hand and seal of office
this the 6th day of October, 1920.
J. B. Keeton, Chancery Clerk.
Ordered that the Board that the
clerk issue warrant for five dollars
($5.00) to the Y. & M. V. Railroad
in payment of extension lease at Mon
day's Gap.
Ordered by the Board that K. Mat
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TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Under and by virtue of the power
1-4 and authority conferred upon me as
| trustee named in a certain deed of
a trust made and executed by D. W
the Hayden and Cora Hayden on the 12th
in day of February, 1916, to me as
was trustee for purpose of securing- to L
the T. Hayden the payment of a certain
indebtedness named in said deed of
the trust which is a matter of record
in the Record of Mortgages and I
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put "f*™ ta a " as f . m ? renadc !
bounty in the office of the ehancerv
be <^ rk of county in Book 61, pace
>27, default having been made in the
the P-S™*"* of the said indebtedness
™med above ' at 'he request of the|
Sllid L - T - Hayden the holder of said
^'Mildness, I, J. W. Hayden, trus
the Telfl" publT auedion'^r
a ^ thf highes? and best blSd/r in 'he
w „ 0 f Ho o" Grenada Counfv
Sss°ippL°tfrontof fc "oS
door of the Bank of Holcomb, within
legal hours on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1920,
the following property named a id
described in said deed of trust to-wi* :
South half of lot five (5) and fif
teen and one half feet off west side
of south half lot four, Block nine
re- 1 northward in the town of Holcomb:
also lot eight (8) in Block three in
of the town of Holcomb as shown by
town plat (Ritchie's; of Record to
gether with all appurtenances there
unto belonging. Title to said proper
ty believed to be good, but I sell as
i trustee only,
to 1
| Witness my signature, this October
J. W. HAYDEN, Trustee.
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TRESPASS NOTICE.
All parties are hereby warned!
i against huntivig or in any wise tres
a passing on GLENW1LD Plantation,,
south of Grenada, in Grenada Coun
ty, Mississippi. This means EVERY-!
BODY
W. A. CAMPBELL, Manager.
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Dated Octoberj,oc
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Jumes Brown ' C!ark MiHs, N. W.
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helps to prevent fires spreading from
building to building by means of sparks
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Where fires have started in other parts
of the building, Certain-teed Roofs tend
to smother them and thereby prevent
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This type of protection is appreciated by
all property owners and particularly by
those who are outside of the zone of
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But Certain-teed Roofing is more than an
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It costs less to buy, less to lay and less
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quarter. For "ale by'Secon/cias
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Granada Fair. October 26-29.
All lands we own in Grenada and
Tallahatchie counties' are posted
against hunting and fishing and tres
pasing of all kinds.
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V. A. BRIDGERS.
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