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B(HATH K FRIESIAN C0W A BBC0RD BUTTEB PRODUCER. ■1 s m m of Leflore Mr J F. Cortner, one ntv's prominent citizens and plan county s pro , residing near ' lus received the following information regarding the above cow, the record tter prot | U cer of the world. Her me is Segis Fayne Johanna 114668, M ,. a pure bred Holstein-Friesian * n i W This remarkable cow produced 60.- ; «8 pounds of butter in seven conse- j utive days, and the official test was conducted by supervisors from the ' New York State Agricultural College, I Ithaca, N. Y. j Segis Fayne Johanna, by her won-1 derful achievement, is now the most j I jjUjgd 0 f cow in the world, and her ! sensational record makes a signal tri- ■ umph in the record march of the Hoi- ! stein-Friesian breed. | ters I tic was bred by A. A. Cortelyou, 1 of Somerville, N. J., and her present owner is Oliver Cabana, Jr., proprie- I tor of Pine Grove Farms, Elma Cen-1 ter, N. Y., at which noted establish- ! WANT LAW TO CURB TREASON TALK ON STREET. I New York, April 11—(By Union Associated Press)—A committee of prominent citizens appealed to Police Commissioner Woods today to start a movementto have a curb put on improper street speeches. A vigorous campaign has been started against seditious speaking and from now on | every policeman in the city will keep a close watch on street meetings and see that the laws are enforced. These ft T. f. STEELE, Pres. The Delta Insurance & Realty Agency 218 W. Market St Fire, Tornado, Accident Health, Life, Plate Glass, Employ ers Liability, Steam Boiler, Burglary and Automobile Insurance. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO WRITING OF COTTON COVERS. We represent twenty-four of the Leadng Fire Companies of the world. Would be glad to quote you rates on any and all classes of Insurance. SHELBY S. STEELE, Viee-Pre*. ft Mgr. il Phone 167 © m (g) I® m © © Prin ting! (©) ® © ® I ® We want your orders for Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statement Heads, Envelopes, Shipping Tags, Business Cards, Visit ing Cards, Contract Blanks, Legal Blanks, Notes and Gin Receipts, Time Tickets, Circulars, Hand Bills, Sign Cards, Etc. © ® ® © ® <D ® © © © © I © ® ® © © ® © First Class Workmanship High Class Material © © © © © I © THE © DAILY COMMONWEALTH ® GREENWOOD, MISS. Notity oJBce promptly when you tail to get your paper. e ïtMs ment four other world's record holders have been developed during the past 81X months. ' The new world's, record holder f res j, ene( j t j, e age 0 f g years, 2 months and 17 days. She is four fifths white, weighs about 1460 pounds, and is sired by King Fayne Segis 46767. Her dam is Vikina Johanna i 64386, a daughter of Johannna Rue ; 3d's Lad and Vikina Clothilde. j The test was made under perfect conditions .absolute quiet, systematic ' feeding and milking, and a roomy stall I constructed of clean white enameled j wal1 » Segis Fayne Johanna's seven-day j production of over 50 younds of butter ! surpasses that of Hester Aaltje Korn ■ dyke, the previous world's record hold ! er, by 3.91 pounds. In their present | warranted state of elation, enthusias I warranted state of elation, enthusias 1 tic Holstein-Friesian breeders over the dairy world at large now marvel I at the accomplishment of what was almost Impossible and ask, "Where ! will it end?" provide that speeches become illegal I when they incite to riot or when they tend to a breach of the peace. A speaker has the right to criticise the Government or existing institutions, but order must be preserve! The authorities have had much difficulty recently in preventing street orators from making defamatory remarks about President Wilson and members of Congress, Take The Daily Commonwealth. Helps Sick Women ■il Card id, the w onus's Hg tonic, helf-sd Mrs. Wil r■ Ham Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what |M she writes: "I had a WO general breaking-down of my health. I was in H A bed for weeks, unable to Hi get up. 1 had such a M weakness and dizziness, \M ... and the pates were ^ very severe. A friend w to i me I had tried every kfl ting else, why not i£j| Cardui ?... I did, and soon saw it was helping m me... After 12 bottles^ JJ I am strong and well." TAKE cm The Woman's Tonic Do you feel wesk, diz zy, worn-out? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the com plaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered—it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend yho has taken Cardui. She wilt tell you how It helped her. Try Cardui. Itl CHICAGO'S PENSION SYSTEM DISPLEASES POLICEMEN. Chicago, April 11—(By Union As. äociated Press)—Giving as their rea son the new amendment to the pen sion bill, expected to go into effect May 1, which will prevent men under the age of 50 years from resigning on pensions and in addition require at least twenty years' service, a number of policemen have signified their in tention of retiring from the force of this city Not only policemen on or dinary duty, but lieutenants and de tective sergeants are leaving the ser vice. $20,040.04 GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. STREET PAVING BONDS. I ! ' The City Council of the City of ! Greenwood, in the County of Leflore and State of Mississippi, met, pursu ant to adjournment on the 26th day of March, A. D., 1917, the same being an adjourned session of said council, I with the following member, present: I I ! ' ! [ G. L. Ray, Mayor, G. P. Elliott and I T. H. Baird, Councilmen. I There being a legal quorum pres ent, the following ordinance was pre sented by G. L. Ray, and, upon motion ! of G. P. Elliott, duly seconded by T. j H. Baird, was unanimously passed and adopted: AN ORDINANCE PRE - 1 SCRIBING THE FORM AND DE- 1 TAILS FOR THE ISSUANCE OF | OF THE TWENTY THOUSAND j DOLLARS ($20,000) STREET IM PROVEMENT BONDS OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD, LEFLORE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. WHEREAS, bv an ordinance duly adopted and passed cil of the City of Greenwood, in the County of Leflore, State of Mississippi, on the 7th day of November, A. D. 1916, ordering a special election to be held on the 8th day of December, 1916 ,for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of said city, who are legally qualified to vote at such election, the question of incurr ing an indebtedness to the amount of Twenty Thousand Dollars (20,000)' and issuing negotiable coupon bonds of the City of Greenwood, Mississippi, to become payable within twenty years after date, for the purpose of paving, curbing and guttering Wash ington Street from Howard Street, westwardly to Mary Street and that part of Market Street, eastwardly to Pelucia Bayou Bridge, and that part of Lamar Street from Market Street to Carrollton Avenue; and, WHEREAS, an election was duly and regularly called and held in said City of Greenwood, on the 8th day of De cember, A. D., 1916; and, WHEREAS, more than two-thirds D. of the qualified electors of said City, voting at said election, voted in favor of the Issuing of said bonds as afore said, by the City Coun at NOW, THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Greenwood, Leflore County Mississip pi, as follows: Section 1. That the Mayor and Clerk of the City of Greenwood, Le flore County, Mississippi, be ,and they are hereby, authorized and* instructed to have prepared, and to issue and execute for and on behalf of the said City of Greenwood, the negotiable coupon bonds of said city to the amount of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000), which bonds shall be desig nated STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS and shall be in denomination of Five Hundred Dollars ($600.00) each, numbered from one (1) to forty (40), both inclusive, and shall become due and payable Twenty years from their date. Said bonds shall bear in terest at the rate of five per centem (5 per cent.) per annum, payable semi-annually on the first days of June and December in each year, in lawful money of the United States of America, at the banking house of the First National Bank, in the City of Chicago, Illinois. Section 2. That the said bonds shall be signed by the Mayor and counter signed by the Clerk of said City of Greenwood, Mississippi, and shall bear the impress of the corporate seal of said, City, and that the annexed in terest coupons shall be executed by the lithographed facsimile signatures of said Mayor and Clerk, which litho graphed signatures are hereby adopt ed by the said City. Section 3. That said bonds and coilpons shall be in substantially the following forms, respectfully, to-wit: $600 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA State of Mississippi County of Leflore CITY OF GREENWOOD STREET IMPROVEMENT BOND NO. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That the City of Green wood, in the County of Leflore, State of Mississippi, acknowledges itself indebted, and, for value received, hereby promise* to pay to bearer the sum of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($600) on the First Day of December, A. D., 1936, together with interest thereon from the date hereof, until paid, at the rate of Five Per Centum (6 per cent.) per annum payable semi annually on the First Days of June and December in each year, as evi denced by and upon presentation and surrender of the annexed interest cou pons as they severally become due. Both principal of and interest on this bond are hereby made payable in law ful money of the United States America, at thp banking house of the First National Bank, in the City of Chicago, Illinois; and for the prompt payment of this bond, with interest ae aforesaid, at maturity, tha good faith, credit and revenuei of said City of Greenwood, Leflore County, Mississip pi, are hereby irrevocably pledged. This bond is one of a Series of like date, tenor and effect, jitonbered one (1) to forty, both inclusive, and aggregating the «um of Twenty Thou sand Dojjara ($26,000) issued for the purpose of paving and guttering cer tain street* in said City of Green wood, Mississippi, under and by virtue of Chapter 99 of the Cod* of Missitaip pi of 1906 and acts amendatory there-, of and supplemental thereto, including Chapter 142 of the Laws of 1910 and Chapter 147 of thé law* of 1914, and pursuant to an alaetion duly called »nd bald in all naptota sa rsquired from by law, on the 8th day of December, I A. D. 1916, at which more than two ! third* of the qualified elector* of laid ' city voted in favor of issuing said bonds, and pursuant to ordinances duly adopted by the City Council. AND IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED AND RECITED that pll acts, condi tions and things required by the Con stitution and laws of the State of of of ...... . . , , I to happen and be done and performed precedent to and in I the issuance of this bond, have hap ! pened and been properly done and per ' formed in regular and due form and ! time as required by law; that the to [ tal indebtedness of said City of Greenwood, Mississippi, including this bond, does not exceed any Constitu tional or statutory limitation; and that provision has been made for the levy and collection of a special annual tax, upon all taxable property with in said City, sufficient to pay the in interest hereon promptly when and as the same falls due, and to create and maintain a sinking fund for the discharge of the principal hereof at maturity. j - 1 1 | j By IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the City of Greenwood, in the County of Leflore, State of Mississippi, by its council, has caused this bond to be signed by its Mayor and cqunter signed by the Clerk of said City, and the impress of the corporate seal pf said City to be hereto affixed) and the annexed interest coupons to be executed by the lithographed facsim ile signatures of said Mayor and Clerk, this First Day of December, A. D., 1916. THE CITY OF GREENWOOD, MIS SISSIPPI, By to No D. 19 of Mayor. COUNTERSIGNED: Clerk of the City of Greenwood, Mis sissippi. (F<ftm of coupon) $12.50 (June On the First Day of (December, A. , the City of Greenwood, in the County of Leflore .State pf Mil sissippi, promises to pay tp bearer, at the banking house of the First Nat ional Bank, in the City of Chicago, Illinois, Twelve Dollars and Fifty cents ($12.50) in lawful money of the United States of America, being six months' interest due on that date on its Street Improvement Bond dated December 1, 1916, No.. Mayor, City of Greenwood, Mississippi Section 5. That to provide for the payment of principal and interest on bonds, when and as the same fall due, the Council of the City of Greenwood, Mississippi, shall levy for the year, 1917, and annually thereafter so long as any of ?aid bonds remain outstand ing and unpaid, a special tax upon all taxable property within said City, sufficient to pay the installments of interest and principal of said bonds which may fall due in the succeeding year; which special tax shall be lev ied and collected in the same manner as other taxes, and when collected shall be used for no other purpose than to retire the bonds herein auth orized to be issued. Section 6. That the sale of said bonds to Powell, Garard & Company at not less tha npar and accrued in terest be, and hereby is confirmed. Section 7. That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict here with be, and the same qye hereby, re pealed and cancelled; and that this or dinance shall become effective from and after its passage and approval. PASSED AND APPROVED this 26th day of March, A. D., 1917. G. L. RAY, Mayor. (SEAL.) ATTEST: S. H. Montgomery, Clerk. PLENTY FUEL FOR GOVERN MENT. Philadelphia, April 11—(By Union Associated Press)—The Government will not be embarrassed for want of fuel, according to reports which ex perts have gathered in this State to take to Washington. The comitig summer promises to be the most go-, tive in many 1 year* in the oil aqd ga% fields of Pennsylvania and surround ing states. Virtually every gas and oil company as well as individual pro ducers, will do more than ever before in the history of the industry. The refiners are not only rushed with or ders for by-products of crude oil, but have an abundance of orders for the heavy grades of oil which is known as fuel oil. QIMimr FIRST Try us and be CONVINCED The best of everything to EAT QUICK SERVICE At The AUGE CAFE 1> M—mil l MMI No watte by cowt .1. L. Acree,Dothan, Ala., says that he weald uss BschmU. the same price as old style hulls in BuckcvalSüîuïï —ier to handle, cleaner, and because cows do vTr *** they do old style hulls. He believes that at TTb L. t"? old style hull, are wasted by the cows sod to hSmjT* " Mr •t I COTTONS« CO HULLS UNTLCM when wet, mix so thoroughly %pd uniformly with the other farm that the cows can't nose them aside. Beine — « _■ thav kZ dean in the barn,. Being compact, concentrated, »*< , it is easy to measure them out accurately and mix them_■ with the other feed. And yet with all them advantages. Hulls sell for several dollars per ton less than old «tjde hulls/^^* T* Mm« the bast ranks and t* develop lb* aarilaft adar, wet Ma Idb thoroughly twelve homo hoforo feeding. It fc any Is da IMs b* >ritin|thom dawn alght and amnio, h,*e\ed InfcT * To this enmt b* dons, wot down si kost thirty miaut ot. H y H 15 food tbo bulls dry, ut only half is much by bulk is *f sld stylo hdb. 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