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Wedding Bells 1 I have suitable gifts for the Bride. Special Items in Tea Pots, Casseroles, Nut Bowls, Bread Trays, Sandwich HI Trays, Hand Painted China, Com- U =j potes, Center Pieces and many other j=j things of new design. Avail your- S self of this new and well-selected assortment. s t m Tbe Leading Jewder § CHAS. D. SMITH B Phone 27. Brookhaven, Miss. * EipEgaEjEBTOfeteEEB^re pi Local JSews Items ip Now, Men’s 0. D. Wool pants at Barges. New All-wool army overcoats at Barge’s. See me for Army Goods. — T. C. Barge. Men'st sport Coats Ideal for office use. — T. C. Barge. For Sale. — Klondyke strawberry plants. — Phone 153. I can use some good syrup In new cans. — T. C. Barge. Mrs. A. B. Furlow spent Monday with New Orleans friends. Mrs. Walter Guess and little Ju lia are visiting in Monticello. Dr. R. S. Wooley, of McCall, came here Thursday on business matters. Mrs. E. Cohn returned .from New York Wednesday after a seven weeks visit. Ladies — We have men’s Ties and Belts for him in Xmas boxes.—T. C. Barge. Mrs. Sam Nunnery, of Jackson, has been a guest of her sister, Mrs. Slough. Do not fail to see our sample lines of Ladies and Misses Coats and Hats. —T. C. Barge. For Rent. — Apartments and rooms for lodging. Apply 322 South Jackson St. Phone 539. Mr anH Mro S TTpmn nf TTotIa. hurst, have been guests of Mrs. Rosa Berger’s home. Miss Mamie Williams visited in Jackson Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Claude Llndsley. For Sale. — 1 pair gray mares, suitable for farm use or heavy haul ing.—A. E. Moreton, Jr. “Give a Photograph for Christ mas!” A. D. Sauer, Mem. P. A. of A. Phone 509, Perkins Apts. Mrs. Edna Margaret Boyd had her tonsils removed at the Hospital Thursday and is doing well. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Trimble have welcomed a fine baby girl into their home. The little miss arrived Wed nesday night. Mrs. T. H. Perkins, jr., has had visitors in her sisters, Mmes. C. S, Whittington, of Greenwood and W. D. Dale of Prentiss. Mr. Ivan McRee has been a visitor at the home of his parents ' from Mounds, La., where he is engaged in government service. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Henderson are guests of their daughter, Mrs. Cleon Proby at Grenada, during the Baptist State Convention there. For Sale. — Ford Coupe. Practi cally new. $100 worth extra equip ment. Will sell at sacrifice.—F. D. Thompson, phone 260 or 252. Dr. I. W. Cooper has accepted ser vice in Brookhaven for tomorrow. He will occupy the pulpit at 11 o’ clock at the Episcopal church. Miss Lillian Hamilton has resum ed her studies at Whitworth College having fully recovered from injuries received in the Natchez auto acci dent. Rev. John Beean has been a great BUft'erer due to an accident in which he broke the bone of a finger. All his friends are hoping he will soon be relieved of the inconvenience. Miss Willie Vivrette was the honor guest at the meeting of the Novelty of Mrs. Walter Turnbough. De lightful refreshments were served. For Sale. — One % Ton Ford Truck with body. Same in good . condition and equipped with new Fisk Tires. A bargain for some one. — See E. S. Bee, or call 556 or 108. Miss Susie V. Powell and Mrs. An na Bowen came up from Summit Thursday in the S. M. Covington car, accompanied by Mrs. Covington, and became guests of Mrs. Thad Mont gomery at the Butterfield home. —, . ■ . i. - i. .■ — ■■■■ . i I...I,, j 1 I A "Give me a home In which there are flowers aplenty”, J said \ Lincoln, “and I know that order and happiness a _ bbund therein”. A beauti ful line of mammoth bulbs. Plant now for Chrlstmks blossoms. Stella T. Harper, Florist at McGrath'S Mi-s. Alfred E. Moreton and child ren are expected to arrive tomorrow from Florida. The large Moreton family are returning -with the de termination never even to try again to live away from Brookhaven: They will be cordially welcomed among Brookhaven friends. Mmes. J. C. Hardy of Gulfport, and W. Q. Sharp, Jacksonvcame to Brookhaven Thursday after attend ance on the District Federation Meet ing at Summit and became guests of Mmes. C. B. and C. P. Perkins, ^who entertained these prominent wo men at lunch. In the afternoon both appeared on the Climbers* program. Received another sample line of Ladies’ and MisBes Hats at half price. —T. C. Barge. Mrs. W. Y< Guess went to Crystal Springs to hear Dr. Stough again. • Nice large rooms for ren|*—Mrs. D. P. Hickman, 221 N. Whitworth Ave., Phone 95. — Listen Boys—Why pay $1.50 for all silk Knit Ties when you can get them here for 75c.—T. C. Barge. Thos. H. Perkins, the Third, ar rived early this morning and is stop ping with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Per kins, jr. Picked up 69 ladies, misses and children’s Coats which will offer ed at less than wholesale cost. — T. C. Barge. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Day of Mc Comb, motored to Brookhaven Sun day and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Harris. For Rent. — 1 Bripk store 26x100 with back entrance. Located in cen ter of business section. Address Box 43, Hazlehurst, Miss. Brookhaven has regretted to note the illness of Jean Fogartie Hill, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Hill at Jackson. She has suffered pneumonia. Mr. W. M. Turnbough has been too active since he fractured his rib some two weeks ago and was com nnl rv A tmilni* Vtin ttkifioninn^a care again this week. The marriage of Mrs. Sallie Harris Shaver and Mr. George Richards, of New Orleans is announced. The hap py' couple are now at the home of the bride’s parents in this city. Percy Buie with 25,000 strawber ry plants set out and E. A. Nalty with two acres “sounds like’’ there is going to be something doing next spring at Brookhaven during the berry season. The radiant presence of Miss Co lie Covington, State Federation chair man of Endowment, added charm to the afternoon’s program the Climb ers presented at the D. Cohn home Thursday afternoon. , Mr. and Mrs. Naul have been en joying a visit from Mr. Naul’s moth er the past week. Mrs. Naul has been adding pleasure to her honored guest’s visit by entertaining con genial friends almost every day. Mr. W. A. Rogers, one of Lincoln's leading dairymen, has just sold eight cows to an Alabama party at a price ranging around $1,500.00. Mr. Ro gers is very proud of a bull yearling an acquisition to his herd, the ani mal having arrived from Tennessee this week. A beautiful flower radiates its own glory. It carries its message of cheer and hope alike ta the peasant in the hovel, and to the pro cess in her palace. A com plete display of every kind of bulb. Plant now for Christmas blossoms. Stella T. Harper, Florist at McGrath’s. Hattiesburg, Miss., Nov. 15.—Miss Doris Windham of Brookhaven, was wlnnAr nf thA flrat nrt7A tiwnrH nt the Strang Theatre last night, sing ing “Sweetheart” from Maytime, and a comic number, “Nobody Lied” in the Amateur Night program given by the theatre. Label "Old Ladies Home" on your packages intended for those 85 old women in Jackson who need your help. Jufit leave the packages at the freight depot, plainly marked, and they will be taken to Jackson Nov. 28th. At Jackson a committee will receive everything addressed "Old Ladles Home, Jackson, Miss.” Miss Lottie Smith, the pretty jyoung daughte of Mrs. Carroll Smith was married Tuesday evening to Mr. }Ted D. Day, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. IJ. Day. Dr. Holcomb of Wesson, per formed the ceremony at his home in Wesson. The young couple are re siding In Brookhaven with. the bride’s mother. I Miss Boykin will be doing the community and the students and in terested young people of our city a great service when the exhibit an nounced for Dec. 13th, 14th, 16th, and 16th at the Y Hut is put on. It will consist of several hundred re productions from master artists and visitors will be given opportunity to make a study of the pictures. ^ Mrs. T. C. Barge and Miss Hazel returned Wednesday from Natchez, where Miss Hazel was confined in the hospital fifteen days following the auto accident in which she was injured. For two weeks Miss Hazel was unable to speak a single word; but is now beginning to articulate again so that" friends and relatives area cheered beyond expression at her anticipated complete recovery, after ail their anxiety and apprehension Mrs. Vernon Smith Dies at Old Home -j After a long, useful and quiet life ! Mrs. Vernon Smith’s bright spirit ^ fled away from the old home she had known for half a century, Thursday 1 Nov. 16 th, 1922. * Since the first of July, Mrs. Smith 1 had been ill and was almost perfect- 1 ly helpless in her last days. She ‘ died in her room suddenly in he ‘ 'presence of- her God and of her af- ' flicted son, Nathan, who was con- ; stantly with his beloved mother. f Beside this son, there are left to mourn four other sons:- Joe B., of ( Ft. Worth; Daniel D„ of Houston, Tex.; Homer V.„ Chicora; Archie. 1 Brookhaven, and one daughter, Miss 1 Jolcie Smith, who has been connect ed with the State Normal College for 1 several years and retained her office > at her mother’s earnest insistence. 1 The husband and father of the fam ily died about twenty-two years ago. ! He was widely connected with the May and Smith families. Mrs. Smith was a charter member of the Union Hall Church and was the first president of the Woman’s Missionary Society. She was one of those earnest and steadfast women who are loyal to every trust, devoid of all pretense and display, and de voted to home and children and i friends. She was honest and sin cere. She loved the beautiful ob- 1 Jects of Nature—flowers and trees and the processes of development and fruitage with itB harvestlme. ' She loved “the soys”, strong, stal wart fellows whose tears yet fall : freely because of the places in the old home- that will know "Mother" no more. To them and the sorrow ing daughter and all who mourn sympathy goes out tenderly. The funeral took place at the fam ily home east of town at eleven this morning and burial was had at the Smith cemetery near by. "Smooth the locks of silver hair, On Mother’s brow with tenderest care; Gather the robe in final fold Around the form so still and cold; Lay on her bosom, pure as snow, The very fairest flowers that blow Then kiss her and leave her, your .1_J.1I .kt - uoiu w a uv»*o«v Her pain is over-—she sleeps to night”. A TIMELY SUGGESTION. This is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenishes her supply of Chamber lain’c Cough Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the win ter is over and results are much more prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at hand and given as soon as the first indication of a cold ap pears and before it has become set tled in the system. There is no dan ger in giving it to children as it con tain: no opium or other harmful drug. Beat Three Singing Convention. The Beat Three Singing Conven tion will meet with Pine Grove Sun day, Nov. 26th. Sunday morning at 10:30—Con gregational singing'Conducted by the President. 10:45—Devotional, conducted by Andy Kyzar. 10:55—Roll Call of Classes. 11:00—Regular class singing. Noon. . Afternoon. 1:30—Congregational singing, leader selected by the Pres ident. 1:45—Regular class singing, Spe cial sings, Quartets and Duets; Business Session; Announcements and Adjournment. —Committee. Farm for Sale. One mile from Bogue Chitto on gravel road, hill, bottom and timber land. Running water, 110 acres in all going at a bargain. Call or write C. E. HUMES, Norfleld, Miss. Sale of Land by Executor. By virtue of a decree ef the Chan cery'Court of Pike County, Missis sippi, made on the 23rd day of Oc tober A. D. 1922, the undersigned Executor of the Estate of H. M. Hodges, deceased, will on the 20th day of. November A. D. 1922 be tween the hours prescribed by law proceed to sell at the Court House door in Brookhaven, Mississippi, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash, all of the fol lowing described lands, towit: Net4 of sw% gnd the n% of se*4 of swi,4 of Section 26, Township 5, Range 8 East, in Lincoln County, Mississippi, containing 60 acres, more or less, with all improvements thereon. This the 23 rd day of October A. D. 1922. V. J. COGHLAN, Executor. W. P. Jackson, Attorney, McComb, Mississippi. The Leader prints Bill-Heads. imwwwwUjHniiinmitrm The Kind of Service We Believe In We’d rather have a customer tell us we’re short on battery knowledge than that we’ve failed in courtesy, thoroughness or keeping our promises. Skill is mighty necessary in this business—so is knowledge— but it isn’t on these alone that we build up our trade. It’s through these things plus cour teous, businesslike treatment. Never mind what make of bat tery yours is. We care for all according to the Willard Stand ards of Battery Service. BROOKHAVEN BATTERY COMPANY 131 S. Jackson Street Brookhaven, Miss. Reore 8 entind HEUCK’S RETREAT. --* Mr, Rupert Storm who lost hts arn by Are three weeks ago has had nother large, roomy barn'ejected by is neighbors and fllled, Jltr. Jim Villlams giving him several loads of lover hay. This speaks well for Mr. itorm, in what his neighbors think f hUn. He has also just completed nice new bungalow home that add3 ;.eatly to our neighborhood. Mrs. Ollie Netlierland is on the ick li3t. Mr. Herring, who has been in the lospital a few days is reported do ng nicely. Mrs. Victor A. Summers and two ittle daughters, Katherine and Thel na of Yazoo city, spent, Sunday light" in the home of her father ond nother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Summers, en rqute to her mother’s Hr8. Jennie Reeves, who is very ill it her home in Southwest Lincoln. The W. M. S. of Heuck’s Retreat neets with Mrs. Marcus Cagle Wed lesday afternoon. The ladies are loping to help eat the deliciousfeake von by Mrs. Cagle at Aylward’s. Mr. Charlie Conn, of South Lincoln vas a caller at Prof. • Netherlands Sunday afternoon. He came up to vis t with his son Claude, who Is a stu lent of Heuck’s Retreat this session. Jordon Thames, a students of Seuek’s visited home folks Satur lay and Sunday. Miss Agnes Smith, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Carlos Smith is plannln'g a risit to .her uncle, Mr. Monroe Smith vho now resides in Louisville, Ky. Mr. Pleas Summers, son of Mr. El gin Summers, is attending school at tleuck’8. We are listening to hear the glad news thht Miss Hazej Barge will loon be back in our music room. We are glad to see Mr. Oscar Smith iut again as he has been detained it home several days on account ol illness. We always miss Oscar’s tmiKnr fact at church. Knnrinv School and B. Y. P. U. —XXX. HOW NOT TO TAKE COLD. Some persons are subject to fre quent colds, while others seldom, il aver, have a cold. You will find thal the*latter take good care of them selves. They take a shower of cold sponge bath every day in a warm room, avoid over»heated rooms, sleet with a window open, avoid excesses aver eating, becoming over heatec and then chilled and getting the feet wet. Then, when they feel-the first Indication of a cold, they take Cham berlain’s Cough RemeSj^without de lay and It is soon over. Notice to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Lincoln county. Miss., at the office of the Chancery Clerk, Brookhaven, Miss, until 11:00 o’clock a. m., Monday December 4th, 1922, and at that tiine publicly opened for State Aid Bridges between Brookhaven and McComb. The principal Items of^work are approximately as follows: 138.6 Cu. Yds. Class "A” Concrete 25673.0 lbs. Reinforcing Steel. , 896.0 Lin. Ft. Untreated Foundation Piling. 201.0 Lin. Ft. Concrete Railing. 1000.0 Cu. Yds. Roadway Excavation Plans and specifications are on flic In the office of the State Highway Engineer at Jackson and In the office of the Chancery Clerk, in the Court House, Brookhaven, Miss. And additional information may be secured from the State Highway Engineer, Jackson, Miss. The right to reject any ox all bids is reserv sd. Cash or certified check for f 2 60.00 nade payable to Board of Super visors, Lincoln County, Miss., must accompany each bid as evidence ol ?ood faith and as a guarantee that If awarded contract, the bidder will ixecute the contract an(j give bond as required. H. C. DIETZER, State Highway Engineer. CHAMBERLAIN’S TABLETS HAVE DONE HER A WORLD OF GOOD. "Chamberlain’s Tablets have done ne a world of good,” writes Mrs. El la L. Button, Kirkville, tf. Y. “I have recommended them to a num aer of my friends and all who have used therfi praise them highly.” tVhen troubled with indigestion oi :onstipation give them a trial and realize for yourself what na excel lent medicine it is. Estray Notice. The following Betrays taken up by 5M. H. Moak, 214 miles south of Morfield: 1 Bay Mare, weight about 150 pounds, right hind foot white, 5 or 6 years old. Appraised at~$50. One Mouse colored Mule Colt a jout one year old appraised at $40. The owner may prove same before sale, pay the cost and expense and reclaim said property otherwise the same will be sold accqrding to law. Witness my hand this 10th day ol Miss Lottie Smith; Mr. E. L. New man and Miss Emma Ealvey; Mr. Slyde Bailey and Miss Delta Rich ardson. . ; Colored — None. ‘ \ ——-* - - — i™--: nil—j— * will make any man put his paper aside. They are full of the fine flavor of the golden, sun ripened wheat which alone is good enough i to mill into Dainty Flour. Such flour is worth more. | Order from L- A Valierb Dainty Flour A SacA of Satis/hction' SOUTHERN WHOLESALE CO. Wholesale Distributors Brookhaven, Mississippi Notice of Special Election In the Brook haven Separate. School District. Whereas, the Mayor and Board of Al dermen of the City of Brookhaven, Mis sissippi, acting for the Brookhaven Sep arate School District Lincoln'County, Mississippi, by an order duly entered on Its minutes at a regular meeting held on . November 7th, 1922, directed the election Commissioners of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi, to hold an e lection in the Brookhaven Separate 3chool District on the 4th day of De cember, 1922, at which election shall be submitted to the qualified electors of the Brookhaven Separate School Dis trict the question of, whether or not they will vote to authorize the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi acting for the Brookhaven Separate School District to Issue the Bonds of the Brookhaven Sep arate School District in the sum of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars (9150,000.00) or as much thereof as may be necessary for the purpose of raising money to be used for the following purposes, fowit: To erect, equip ana repair scnooi Buildings In the Brookhaven Separate School District: And whereas, it was directed by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen at said meeting, that notice of such election be published once a week for three weeks preceding said election, in the Seml VVekly Leader, a newspaper published in the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi and having a general circulation in said city, and said Separate School District and that the undersigned Election Com missioners give notice of said election that may be required by law: Now therefore, in pursuance of said order and direction of the said Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the said City of Brookhaven, Mississippi, notice is hereby given that an election will be held in the Brookhaven Separate School District in the City Hall of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi, within the hours prescribed by law, on Monday, December 4th, 1922, at which election will be submitted to the qualified elec tors of the Brookhaven Separate School District, Lincoln County, Mississippi, the question of whether or not they will vote to authorize the'Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the' City of Brookhaven, Mississippi, acting for the Brookhaven Separate School District a foresaid, to issue the bonds of the Brookhaven Separate School District in the sum of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00), or as much thereof as may be necessary for the purpose of raising money to be used for the following purposes, towlt: To erect, equip and repair school buildings in the Brookhaven Separate School District of Lincoln County, Mis sissippi. Witness our signatures this 11th day of November, A. D. 1922. J. H. SUMRALL, CLAUDE BOWEN, C. H. HAMILTON, Electidh Commissioners of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi. Notice to Creditors. All persons having claims against the estate of J. W. McGrath, de ceased, are hereby notified that let ters of administration issued to me upon his said estate on Nov. 9, 1922, and are hereby further notified that they are required to have their claims probated and registered by the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Lincoln County, Mississippi, within six months. A failure to probate and register any claim for six months will bar same. j. w. McGrath, jr„ Administrator. Brady, Dean & Hobbs, Solicitors. GOOD HEALTH. If you would enjoy good health, keep your bowels regular. No one can reasonably hope to feel well when constipated. When needed, take Chamberlain’s Tablets. They are mild and gentle. DBS. TROPP & GREEN CHIROPRACTORS Office Davis Bldg. Rooms 6 and 7. Phones: Office 614. Residence 616. Hours 9 to 12:30 — 2 to 6:30 SAVED SICK SPELLS Black-Draught Found Valuable by a Texas Farmer, Who Has _ Known Its Usefulness Over 30 Years. Naples, Texas.—“I have used Thed ford's Black-Draught lor years—I can safely say for more than 30 years,” de clares Mr. H. H. Cromer, a substantial, well-known fanner, residing out from here on Route 3. ”1 am 43 years old, and when a small boy I had indigestion and was puny and my folks gave me a liver regulator. Then Black-Draught was advertised and we heard of it MI began to taxe Black-Draught, and have used It, when needed, ever since. I use Black-Draught now in my home, and certainly recommend it for any liver trouble. "t have given it a thorough trial, and after thirty years can say Black-Draught is my stand-by. It has saved me many sick spells.” Mr. Cromer writes that he is ‘'never out of Black-Draught," and says several of his neighbors prefer it to any other liver medicine. “1 always recommend Black-Draught to my friends,” he adds. This valuable, old, powdered liver medicine is prepared from medicinal roots and herbs, and has none of the bad effects so often observed from the use of calomel, or other powerful mineral drugs. Be sure to get the genuine, Thedford’s, . ^ > NC-145 An Ordinance or Resolution Securing the Intention of the Mayor end Board of Aldermen of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi to Issue the . Serial Payment Negotiable Bonds oil The Brookhaven Separate School Dis trict to the Amount of flSO.OOO.OO or es Much Thereof es May Be Ne cessary for the Purpose of Erecting, Repairing and Equipping School Buildings In the Brookhaven Separ ate School District. Providing for An Election Thereon ond Details of the Xeene. Whereas, the City of Brookhaven, I Mississippi has by an ordinance of the ! Mayor and Board of Aldermen duly a- j dotted, published and spread on Its | minutes, declared Itself to be a Separate School District known as the Brookha ven Separate School District, and Whereas; The said Brookhaven Sep arate School District operating under Sections 7351, 7363 of Hemingway's An- | notated Mississippi Code of 1917, Chap ter 79 of the Laws of the State of Mississippi enacted by the Legislature in the year 1918 and 7363 of Heming way's Annotated Mlsslsslpl Code Sup plement of 1921, and. Whereas: It is manifest to the May or and Board of Aldermen of the City of Brookhaven. Mississippi, acting for the Brookhaven Separate School District, the said City of Brookhaven being' a municipality operating under Chapter 99 of the Mississippi Code of 1906 and all amendments thereto and under Chap ter 206 of the Laws of the State of Mississippi of 1920 as enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi In the year 1920, that it Is neecssary to issue the Serial Payment Negotiable Bonds of the Brookhaven Separate Scfcfcol District In tha sum of tlSO.OOO.OO oe. as much thereof as may be neoessary for the purpose of raising money- for th« following purposes To erect, repair and equip School Buildings in the'*Brookhaven Separate School District WhereaB, under the Laws of the State of Mississippi,''in such cases made v>d provided. It Is necessary that due no tice of the Intention of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen aforesaid to issue said Bonds for the purposes aforesaid be given. Therefore. Be it resolved that It Is the purpose and Intention of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi to issue the Se rial Payment Negotiable Bonds of the ’ Brookhaven Separate School District should a majority of. the qualified elec tors of said Brookhaven Separate School District participating In an elec tion to bd hqjd for the purpose A>f de termining whether said bonds should be issued, duly authorized such act. to the amount of 8150,000.00 or as much there of as may be necessary, for the purpose of raising money for the following pur poses: To erect, repair and equip School Building In the Brookhaven Separate School District That the Serial Payment Negotiable Bonds to be issued for the purposes aforesaid shall bear Interest at a rate of not exceeding six per centum per an num. payable semi-annually, In the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi, said Bonds shall be one hundred- and fifty-five in number, numbered consecutively from one upwards, and shall be in the fol lowing denominations:- Numbers one to fifteen inclusive 11000.00 each: Numbers 16 to 65, Inclusive, 61000.00 each; Num bers 66 to 156, inclusive, 51000.00 each except Bonds Numbers 83, 91, 99, 107, 115, 123, 131, 117, 155, Inclusive, 6600. 00 each; and shall be known as the Brookhaven Separate School District Bands and shall be made payable in the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi. They shall be dated December 6th, 1922, and shall become due and payable as follows, to-wit: Nb. 1 for 51000.00 on December 5, 1923 No. 2 for 51000.00 on December 6, 1923 No. 3 for 61000.00 on Decomber 5, 1923 No. 4 for 51000.00 on December 6, 1924 No. 6 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1924 No. 6 for <1000.00 on December 5, 1924 No. 7 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1925 No. 8 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1925 No. 9 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1925 No. 10 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1926 No. 11 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1926 No. 12 for 51000.00 on December 6, 1926 No. 13 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1927 No. 14 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1927 No. 15 for 61000.00 on December 5. 1927 No. 16 for 51000.00 on December 5, 1928 No. 17 *for 61000.00 on December 5. 1928 Np. 18 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1928 No. 19 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1928 No. 20 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1928 No. 21 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1928 No. 22 for 51000.00 on December 6, 1929 No. 23 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1929 No. 24 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1929 No. 25 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1929 No. 26 for 51000.00 on December 6, 1929 No. 27 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1929 No. 28 for 61000.00 on December 6. 1930 No. 29 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1930 No. 30 for 51000.00 on December 5, 1980 No. 31 for 51000.00 on December 5, 1930 No. 32 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1930 No. 33 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1930 No. 34 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1931 No. 85 for 51000.00 on December 6, 1931 No. 36 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1031 No. 37 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1931 No. 38 for 5)000.00 on December 5, 1931 No. 39 for 61009.00 on December 5. 1931 No. 40 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1932 No. 41 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1932 No. 42 for 51000.00 on December 6, 1932 No. 43 for 51000.00 on December 5. 1932 No. 44 for 61000.00 on December 5. 1932 No. 45 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1932 No. 46 for 61000.00 on December 6. 1933 No. 47 for 61000.00- on December 5, 1933 No. 48 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1933 No. 49 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1933 No.'60 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1933 No. 51 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1933 No. 52 for 61000.0Q on December 5. 1934 No. 63 for 51000.00 on December 5, 1934 No. 54 for 61000.00 on December 5,-1934 No. 55 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1934 No. 66 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1934 No. 67 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1934 No. 58 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1935 No. 59 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1935 No. 60 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1935 No. 61 for 51000.00 on December 5, 1936 No. 62 for 61000.00 on December 5, 1935 No. 63 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1935 No, 64 for 61000,00 on December 5, 1936 No. 66 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1936 No. 66 for 61000.00 on December 6, 1986 XT- am M_11 AAA AA_____r 1 AAA No. 68 for $1000,00 on December 5, 1936 No. 69 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1936 No. 70 for $1000.00 on December 9, 1937 No. 71 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1937 No. 72 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1937 No. 73 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1937 No. 74 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1937 No. 75 for $1000.09 on December 5, 1937 No. 76 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1938 No. 77 fot' $1000.00 on December 5, 1938 No. 78 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1938 No. 79 for $1000.0) on December 5, 1938 No. 80 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1938 No. 81 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1931 No. 82 for $1000.00 on Deoember 5, 1938 No. 83 for $ 500.00 on December 6, 1938 No. 84 for $1009.00 on December 6, 1939 No. 85 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1939 No. 86 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1939 No. 87 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1939 No. 88 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1939 No. 89 for $1000.00 on December 6. 1939 No. 90 for $1900.00 on December 5, 1939 No. 91 for $ 600.00 on December 6, 1936 No. 92 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1940 No. 93 for $1000.00 on December 6. 1940 No. 94 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1940, No. 98 for $1000.00 on December •. 1940 No. 96 for $1000.00 on December 6, 19W No. 97 for $1000.00 on December 8. 1944k No. 98 fdr $1000.00 on December I, 1940 ■ No. 99 for $ 500.00 on December 6, 1940 No. 100 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1?41 No. 10.! for $1000.00-on December 5, 194? No. 102 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1941 No. 103 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1941 No. 104 for $1000.00 on December 9, 1941 No. 105 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1941 No. 106 for $1000.00 on December 8, 1941 No. 107 for $ 500.00 on December 5, 1941 No. 108 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1942 No. 109 for $1000.00 on December 6. 1942 No. 110 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1942 No. Ill for $1000.00 on December 5. 1942 No. 112 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1942 No. 113 for $1090.00 on December 5, 1942 No. 114 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1942 Ntf. 115 for $ 600.00 on December 5, 1942 No. 116 for $1000.00 on DecemWB- 5. 1943 No. 117 for $1000.00 on beccmbcr 5. 1943 No. 118 for $1000 00 on December 5, 1943 No. 119 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1943 ! No. 120 for $1000.00 on December 5, 194* j No. 121 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1943«l No. 122 for $1000 00 on December 5. 19431 No. 123 for 3 50O 0O on December 5. 1943 No. 124 for $1000 00 on December 5, 1944 No. 125 for $1000 00 on December 6. 19^*! No. 126 for $t000.00 on December 5, 1944 No. 127 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1944 No. 128 for $1000 00 on December 5, 1944 No. 129 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1944 No. 130 for $1000.00 on December f 1944 No. 131 for * 500.00 on December 5, 1944 No. 132 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1946 No. 133 for $1000.00 on Decimber 5, 1946 No. 184 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1945 No. 135 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1945 No, 136 for 31060.00 on December 6, 1945 No. 137 for $1000,00 on Dm ember 5, INS ■ . .. in Good Hands |> / . ; No matter what worh you may want done on your car, you can rest assured that it will be properly done if it comes to us. Only the most capable men are employe^ by us, and carefulness is our motto. We treat every car we worK up on exactly as though it were our own. We will gladly quote you prices on storage with full service or part serv ice. Or we can give you service without storage if you prefer. 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PHONE 528-J CAR WASHING A SPECIALTY No. 138 Tor *1000.00 on December 6. 1945 No. 139 for $ 500.00 on December 6, 1945 No. 140 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1946 No. 141 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1946 No. 142 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1346 No. 143 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1946 No. 144 for $1000.00 on December 6. 1946 No. 145 fro $1000.00 on December 5, 1946 No. 146 for $1000.00 on December 5. 1946 No. 147 for $ 500.00 on December 5, 1946 No. 148 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1947 No. 149 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1947 No. 150 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1947 No. 151 for $1000.00 on December 6, 1947 No. 152 for $1000.00 on nscember 6. 1947 No. 153 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1947 No. 154 for $1000.00 on December 5, 1947 No. 165 for $ 500.00 on December 5, 1947 That said Bonds and Interest cou pons attached shall be substantially In the following form, to-wit: State of Mississippi. ' Lincoln County. Brookhaven Separate School District. Brookhaven Separate School District Bonds 1923. Know all men by these presents that the Brookhaven, Mississippi Separate School District, Lincoln County, State of' Mississippi, acknowledged that it does owe and for value received prom ises to pay to bearer in the City of , State of the principal sum of $_on the day of 19 with interest thereon a<. (he rate of per cent per annum payable semi-annually at State of on presentation and surrender of the at tached interest coupons as they sever- ( ally become due. For the prompt payment of this bond at maturity^md the interest thereon as Klt becomes due the full faith, credit and resources of the said Separate School District are irrevocably pledged. This Bond is one of a series of one but of different amounts and maturities aggregating one hundred' and fifty thousand dollars (f 150.009.00) Issued for the purpose of raising money to be used for the following purposes, towit: To erect, repair and equip school buildings in and for the Brookhaven Separate School District, Lincoln coun ty, Mississippi. The series of bonds is issued under the authority of the Constitution and Laws of the State of Mississippi, and pursuant to and in strict conformity with provisions of Chapter 99 of the Mississippi Code of 1906, and A mendments thereto and under Chapter . 147 of-the Laws of the State of. Mis- , sissippi 1914 as enacted by the Legis- | lature of the State of Mississippi in the year 1914 and under Chapter 209 of the Laws of the State of Mississippi 191$ as enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi in the year 1918 and under Chapter 206 of the Laws of the State of Mississipi 1920 as enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mis sissippi in the year 1920, and under an ordinance passed at a regularly held meeting of the Mayor and Board of Al dermen of the City of Brookhaven. Mis sissippi. This series of bonds is also issued in conformity with and in strict pursuance of Sections 7351 and 7363 of Hemingway’s Annotated Mississippi Code 1917 and Chapter 179 Laws of the State of Mississippi 1918 enacted by'the Legislature of the State of Mississippi in the year 1918 and Section 7363 of Hemingway’s Annotated Mississippi Code Supplement 1921. It Is hereby certified and recited that the Brookhaven Separate School District Lincoln County, Mississipi is a legal Separate School District and formed, or ganised and operating as such in con formity with the .Laws of the State of ^Mississippi. That the amount of bonda issued under the authority of this Act added to .he outstanding bonded or floating indebtedness of said Brookhaven Separate School District will not ex ceed fifteen per cent of the assessed value of the taxable property in said Brookhaven Separate School District as shown by the Assessment Rolls of said Separate School District for the current year. That due notice of the intention of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen to issue these bonds were published and given as required by law. That an e lection was duly and properly held in the Brookhdven Separate School Dis trict aforesaid for the purpose of de termining whether said Bonds should be . issued and in said election a majority of the qualified electors of the Brook haven Separate School District afore said participating in said election voted for the issuance of said bonds. That < "due notice of the election was properly , had aftd.jflven and that said election ‘ was in ail respects legal and proper. That the Mayor and. Board of Alder- ] men of the City of Brookhaven. Missis- j slpi duly provided for the Issuance of , said Honda At a IaaaIIv held meeting * of the Mayor and Board ot Aldermen j i of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi. 11 The said Mayor and Board of Aldermen J. of the City of Brookhaven. Mississippi, duly obligated the Brookhaven Separate School District Lincoln County. Missis- I sippi each year at a time provided by lavr to levy a special anual tax to be . used exclusively in paying the" interest on said bonds and providing a sinking < fund for theiT redemption at maturity. | It is further certified and recited that | -.11 acts, things and conditions required , tq be done precedent to and in the is-1 ' suance of this bond and series of bonds l have been legally and properly had, < done and performed in due form and , time required by the Constitution and Laws of Jthe State of Mississippi and < the amount of bonds issued, under this ] Ordinance or Act added to the out- , standing bonded or floating indebtedness of isaid Brookhaven Separate School ' District will not exceed more than flf- i teen per cent of the assessed value of the taxable property in said Brookha ven Separate Sehool. District as shown by the Assessment Rolls of the current year and does not exceed any constitu tional or statutory limitation thereon. In testimony whereof the said Brook- 1 haven Separate School District. Lincoln County, KiHtasiypi, puts, has caused 1 this bond to be signed by the Mayor of the City of Brookhaven and counter signed by the Clerk of the City of Brook tiaven, Mississippi and’ the seal of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi to be hereto affixed and has authorized the coupons attached hereto to be executed with the engraved fac simile signatures if the said Mayor and Clerk. This the day of 19 ___Mayor. • -----Clerk. Form of Coupon. No..... «_ On the day of 19 . The Brookhaven Separate School District, Lincoln County, State of Mis sissippi promises to pay to bearer f_ _in legal money of the United 3tates of America for interest due no Its School erection, repair and equip ment Bonds 19 __-_Mayor. _Clerk. This ordinance la hereby ordered to be published to serve as notice In ac cordance with Sections 3415, 3416. 3419 ind 3420 of the Code of Mississippi 1908 ind all amendments thereto and in ac cordance with Chapter 206 of tbe Laws if the State of Mississippi, 1920. as an tcted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi In the year 1920, of the pro cosed action of the Mayor and Board if Alderme l of the City of Brookhaven, Mississippi acting for the Brookhaven 3eparate School District, Lincoln coun y. State of Mississippi. It is further ordered by the said Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Brookhaven. Mississippi acting is aforesaid that J. H. Sumrall, Claude 3bwen and Chas. Hamilton the Election Commissioners of the City of Brookha •on \f icuiaeinni nrwi thnv nrp hupphv llrected to hold an election In the 3rookhaven Separate School District on jie 4th day of December 1922 at which dectlon shall be submitted to the quail led electors of the Brookhaven Separate School District, Lincoln County, State >f Mississippi of whether or not they will vote to authorise the Mayor and 3oard of Aldermen of the City of Brook laven, Mississipl, acting for the Brook laven Separate School District aforesaid ;o Issue the Bonds of the said Brookha ren Separate School District In the sum >f One Hundred and Fifty Thousand [$150,000.00) dollars or as much there >f as may be necessary for the purpose >f raismg money to be used for the fol owlng purposes, to-wit:- , To erect, repair and equip school mlldings in the Brookhaven Separate ( School District, Lincoln County, State >f Mississippi. It Is further ordered that notice of his election be published earh week for hree weekj preceding said election in he Semi-Weekly Leader, a newspaper mblished in the City of Brookhaven. dississippi and having a general circula ;ion therein. It is further ordered that ;he said Election Commissioners have >rinted a sufficient number of ballots :o be used In holding the election afore laid and that Hon. J. H. Sumrall be md he is hereby designated to have said jallots printed. It iq further ordered hat .the Form of the Ballot to be used n said election shall be as follows ,to vit: OFFICIAL BALLOT. It Is proposed by the Mayor and 3oard of Aldermen of the City of 3rookhaven, Mississippi acting for the 3rookhaven Separate School District, Lincoln County, State of Mississippi to ssue the Serial Payment Negotiable londs of the Brookhaven Separate ichool District, Lincoln County, State of rtisslssippl, to the amount of One Hun ired and Fifty Thousand ($150.0000) dollars or as much thereof as m«F be lecessary for the purpose of raising noney to be used for the following pur toses, to-wlt: To erect, repair and equip school mlldings In the Brookhaven Separate Ichool District Lincoln County, Bute if Mississippi. \>r the Bond Issue...-............-— Lgainst the Bond Issue—.........—— The above ordinance was first reduced o writing." read and considered in open ession of the Board, section by section md on Its final passage as a whole was idopted by the following Aye and Nay rotes* Ayes — Davis, Day, Hartman, Penn. Mflva _ Vnrm. Farrell absent and not voting. Notioe. An owner of cuttle in Lincoln bounty may apply to the Board of Supervisors in writing for authority o have his cattle tested for tubercu osis, and upoi such application be ng made in writing, the Board of Supervisors will provide a veterina ian to examine such cattle, and in he event said cattle are found to >e Infected with tuberculosis, they vlll be dealt with as provided by he Live Stock Sanitary-Board. In the event said cattle are killed, * . ® >y order of the veterinatian appoint 'd -by the Board to examine them md test them the Board will pay or graded animals not more than l«0.OO, and for registered animals 9