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p They are GOOD! 10* Bay this Cigarette andSave Money NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in Supervisors District Number Three of Yalobu sha County, Mississippi, on the 28th day of July 1922 at which election there will be submitted to the quali fied electors of said supervisors district the propun! to issue the ■bonds of said district in an amount not to exceed fifteen per cent of the assessed valuation of the said dis trict for the purpose of construcinR one or more highways for the <ton venicncc of the traveling public alhd for the construction of bridges and to provide right of way therefor under the provisions of Chapter C77 of the Laws of Mississippi of the year of 1920 and amendments theicto. All qualified elector of said dis trict a-e hereby urged to participate in said election. Witness our signatures this the 5th day of July, 1922. J. F. PROVINE, E. M. BADDLEY W. L. PHILIPS. Election Commissioners. -oOo NOTICE TO PRINTERS It is tfrdcred by the board that the Clerk of this B anl advertise for bids for printing of blank form, blank books, stationary, and sup plies for the County for the period of two yeals. The bids shall be seal ed bids and each class of printing shall be awarded separately. Samples of the paper proposed to be furnished shall accompany each bid and bids shall conform to the specification heretofoi e adopted by this Board. Bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors, at Water For 50 of Our Tobacco Tags, or Pictures on 10c Bags of KENTUCKY COLONEL, We Will Send Postpaid Complete Six-Piece Set of White Enamel Tinware All Full Size — for Family Service tmiiAD HUNDREDS OF OTHER PREMIUMS — For Men, Women, Children — Write today for complete catalog — good until June 30,1923 Smith & Scott Tobacco Co., inc., Paducah, Ky. 225 Sq. Feet 350 5q Feet h What is m gallon ©2 gssiiif astyway? Over hou) many square feet should it go? 225*250-300 350 (two coats)—depending entirely cn how good it is. So you oce, tus farther it goes, the less paint and labor it taker... rod the cheaper the job. Remember this when you print. Also remember that each gallon of Paint covert 35 j aguars fee*, the high capr.ri - for a'l paints. It is quality, through and through, perfected after the most severe tests in this cli-r.ate. And gives you long-" am! move even ‘..•car. There ere 8 • C t To1 paints rrt h vcrnish.es, oncjjai as good as !■' HAMNER. Furniture and Hardware I Valley, Mississippi, on the first Monday of August 1922 at elever o’clock A. M. and contract will b( adwarded to the lowest and bos' bidder. The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. Ordered this the 6th day of Ja y 1922. Geo. T. Lyon, President of Board of Supervisor, of Yalobusha Count; L>. E. Parks. Clerk of Board. By II. B. Johnson, D. C. -oOo NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS It is hereby ordeied by the Boaro that advertisement be made by the Clerk of this Board for bids for th following material and labor to be used in repairing the County Court House at Water Valley, Mississippi to-wit: Painting and Calimining th Auditorium walls, Halls, up stair? and down stairs, C-.ancery Clerkr office, Sheriff cff.ee, Circuit Clerk? office, Superintendent office and foi painting Radiators and Pipes in each of said rooms, doors and win dows; Also for making repairs to plaster and walls whore necessary Bidr, shall be for all labor an material necessary to do said work Bids shall be sealed bids and wil. be received by th; Board of Super visors of Yalobusha County, at Water )Valley, Mis-ic-sippi on th first Monday of Augult at 11 o'clock A. M. 1922, each, hid shall be accom. panled by a ceriified cheek, payabl to the Preshlent of this Board, ii th sum of $100.01 as an assurance of the successfu' bidder I entering into contract and executing bond Contract will be let to the lowest bidder, but the Beard reserves tlir.< right to reject any 1 and all bids Ordered this the 6th day of July 1922. Geo. T. Lyon President of Board of Supervisors D. 'E. Parks, Clerk. By H. B. Johnson, D. C. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION STATE OF MISSISSIPPI To Frank Metcalf whose post office address is Bristow, State of Oklahoma. You ere Commanded to Appea before the Chancery Court of Second District cf the County of Yalobusha in said. State, on the Fourth Monday 23rd day of October 1922, to defend the suit in said Court of Mrs. Coralie B. Metcalf Vs. Frank Metcalf No. 2204, aj^jon for divorce and wheraip yo, def*- . *-1 ffl1* Thia 3rd, day of June 1922 D E. PARKS, Clerk. R. F. KIMMONS, Solicitor -oOg NOTICE Notice is hereby given thatt the partnership of Lee Brothers hereto fore existing and operating a hard ware business in the store house on West side of Main Street in the. city of Water Valley, Miss, is hereby dissolved by mutual agreement, and the business will be conducted under; the nSnte of Lee’s Hardware Store in the future byy Leslie D. iLee, who! has bought the entire interst in the! business, including all books, notes' and accounts ami has assumed all indebtedness of the partnership. Witness our signatures, this the 5th day of July 1922. L. S. LEE, LESLIE D. LEE. -oOo NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that Ml election will be :ie.d m trie territory hereinafter described on the 29th day of July 1922, nt the home of Robert L. Ward, a convenient place in said territory, at which election there shall be submitted to the qua!- | ified elecors residing within the territory hereinafter described, the question of whether or not the said territory hereinafter decribci' | shall be added to ffnd become a part i of the O’Tuckolofa Consolidated School District of Yalobusha Coun ty, Mississippi and the lands and property within the boundaries the proposed addition shall be tax ed for its proportionate shale of the total bonded debt of the said ex isting O’Tuckolofo Consolidated School District and be taxed for its, proportionate share of the expen ! of maitnaining the said consolidat- j ed school and the transportation of pupils. The territory to be added Is de scribed fpllows: The southwest quarter and west half of the south- j east quarter and the northeast quarter of section 25, the south east quarter, southwest quarter slid the east half of the northeast quarter of section 34, all of section 35, and" the west half of section 36 in township 10, range 4 west ] the wesit half of section 2, the north half of section 3 and that part u'j ne ncauneasc quarter 01 wseuon • | •vhich ljes outside the corp a- i 'irrits of the City of Water Vn’’e> j Mississippi; in township 11; r: me | ' ’ est; all of said lands lying and j .g situated in Yalobusha county Mississippi. All qualified electors ’mi' ithin the territory above deserdmd ro hereby urged to pariicipat • ir J'■ elcctim. Witness our Isignntures till Ah day of July 1122. J. F. PROVINE, E. M. BADDI.EY, W. L. PHILLIPS, Election Commissioners. * ' --0O0 NOTICE OF LETTING TRANPOUOTATION CONTRACTS IN CONSOLI DATED SCHOOLS Notice is hereby given that I will meet with the trustees of the con solidated schools of the county, al t!*b respective scht/olhouses, on the lates given below, for the purpose f receiving bids for the transpor tation of pupils to and from school recording to rules ami regulations plains and specifications, now out file in the oifke of the county sup orintendent at Water Valley, Missis ppi; and for furnishing wood fo‘ he schools. Bids will be open and ■ontracts will be awarded the lowesl nd 'most respoiCible. fjiddei's,' the dght to reject any and a'l bids be ing reserved. The dates for receiving bids arr as follows: Sylva Rena, Aug. 4, 1:30 p. m. Jeff Davis. Aug., 7, 1:30 p. m. O’Tuckoloofa, Aug., S, 1:30 p. m. Camp Ground; Aug. 9, 1:30 p. m. . Seobey, Aug., 10, 1:30 p. m. C. A. Ljk'wsht, Co. Supt., --oOo NOTICE TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES Trustees of the public schools of ihe county will take notice that the Associations of the county will b< held at the places specified herein an the 20th, of this month. All Lrustees and schodl friends are re vested to attend one or both meet ings. Place of meetings: Coffeeville courthouse at 10, a» m. Sylva Rena Consolidated School it ;2:08 pc m; n;r,r,er 'vill he served on the ground and an interesting program will be rendered in in the forenoon. Hon. W. N. Taylor of Jackson will address both meetings. T. H. Dawkins, Pres. 1st District r r—tet ..re man fres. 2nd District C. A. Lawshe, Co. Supt. -0O0 NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in Supervisor? District Number One of Yalobush County, Mississippi, on the 28th day of July A. D. 1922, at whicl election there will be submitted tc the qualified electoi s of said sup ervisors district the proposal to is sue the bonds of the said district in an amount not to exeecd fifteen per cent of the assessed valuation of the said district for the purpose of constructing one or more improv. ed highways for the convenience o' the traveling public and for the con struction of bridges, and to provide right of way therefor under the provisions of Chapter 277 of the Laws of Mississippi of the year o' 1920, and amendments thereto. All qualified electors 0f said dis trict are urged to participate in said election. Witnes our signature this the 5th day of July 1922. J. F. PROVINE, E. M. BADDLEY, W. L. PHILLIPS, Election Commissioners. -oOo NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that ar election will bo held in Supervisors District Number Two of Yalobusha County, Mississippi on the 28 th da? of July 1922 at which election there will fco submitted to the qualified electors of the said supervisor? District the proposal to issue the bonds of the aid district in an a mount not to exceed fifteen per cent of the assessed valuation of th said district for the purpose of contructing one or more improved highways for the convevnience of the travelling public and for the construction of bridges and to pro. vide right of way therefor, under the provisions of Chapter 277 of the laws of Mississippi of the year of 1920 and amendmens thereto. All qualified electors of the said district are urged to participate in said election. Witness our signatures this the 5th day of July 1922. J. F. PROVINE, E. M. BADDLEY, W. L. 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FISHING SIGN POOST ON FARMS Senatobia, July 11.—Dis tilling in Tate courtly has assumed the proportion of a nuisance. Lee Smith, planter, of the western part of the county, has : posted his lands The sign reads thus: “No hunting fishing or distilling allowed on this land.” it is isaid that the post sign has no fair kept off trespassers of that nature. Smith says that hunting, fishing and distilling are companion ■sin..- when • is eon-!** to disqualifying :»t■ i .r.n for work, and he doesn't wf.n‘ . ny on his farm. And it would that distilling has become a pusti t icking rank along with fish ing, hi nting and other sports. -0O0——— ORDER OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS State of Mississippi Yalobusha County The Board of Supervisors, having examined the roll filed by W. C. Kuykendall, the Assessor of said County, of assessments, as of the first day of i February 1922, of perk tonal propart^r in said County, and having made such charge's and cwr teotiurm la s^id roll as were found necessary to fix the assessments of personal property to dts Owners and at its actual value, so as to est tablish an equality and uniformity of taxation among the tax-payers of said County, according to the val ue of their property, does herlV approve the said assessment roll as so fixed; and it is further ordered that the following notice be post, in the Court House and be publish ed in Progress-Itomizer and Coffee ville Coourier, a newspaper publish ed at Water Valley and Coffeeville Mississippi, and having a circula tion in said County to-wit: • • • • • TO THE TAX SAYERS OF YALOBUSHA COUNTY, STATE OF MISSISSIPPI You will lake notice that the assessments of personal property on tho roll for 1922 have been uuuigod and corrected by the Beard -o as to comply with the laws of this State, and that said i*evisod •oil is now open for examination and that any objections to said assessments contained in said re vised roll must bo made in writing *nd filed with tho Clerk of thia Board on or before the first Monday of August 1922, at his office in the City of Water Valle#’ second dis trict, also office in Coffeeville 1st, district, said County, and that any or all assessments to which no ob jection is then and thero made will bo made final. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF SAID COUNTY. BY D. E. PARKS, CLERK OP THE BOARD. j X, D. E. Parks Clerk of |the 1 Board of Supervisors of Yalobusha I County State of Mississippi, do i hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct transcript of an : order of said Board of Supervisors passed on the 6th day of July 1922 as tho same appear on page 21 of Minute Book “K” of said Boardi now on filo in the office of said Clerk in the City of Water Valley in said County. Witness my hand and official seal . this tho 6th day of July 1922; j D. E. Parks Clerk of the Borad of Supervisors of said County. By H. B. Johnson, D. C.