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The Neshoba Democrat. (Philadelphia, Miss.) 1881-current, May 15, 1913, Image 1

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IL. 31.
PIGS BOARD
f OF SUPERVISORS
I ur TORN 1913
■embers present except J.
from Beat 2 and pro-
K)business as follows;
Sport of Supt. Graham
Jpand filed.
of Dr. Rush Cos.,
• officer was reed and filed.
CLflittee consisting ot T
Xroeand J D Fulton was
Bled to inspect bridge peti
|for by Z M Dunn et al.
■ordered that a water foun
& purchased and placed in
Bb|e position of the court
■ Board as a body acted as a
Jittee to inspect the propos
leacross Pearl river.
Ipetition of W J Knight et
■public road commencing at
Ae near Busby’s place be or-
BUT -v
■ petition of N B Thompson
lot public road to run from
At7oo yds south of court
I via A Deweese mill to
leron a route to be selected
■B Thompson an inspected
■ Board, be ordered filed.
■ petition of J T Daws el al
langein road was inspected
Image reccommended.
■ ordered by the Board that
■uroe be authorized to swear
■answer to be filed in the
■of 11 A Huston vs Board
Ivisors in answer to injunc
■it restraining Board from
lug an election on Cos. Al
tered that Turner Hdw Cos.
■homed to fill coal house at
liland courthouse with first
■oal for winter use which
lescinded as coal had already
■previously ordered.
■ Parsons and wife were de
■ paupers by the board.
Adams and J W Nicholson
appointed a committee to
sta proposed road begin
-6 P H Clark’s place on
delphia and Hillsboro road
mining south to Mt. Carmel
b.
wt remembered that at the
lerm of this Board a reso
■ 'vas passed by a majority
P Board in reference to the
Wn of the office of county
,#y and it further appearing
|pid resolution might be un*
#od as an undue reflection
®present county attorney,
• the record shows that that
1® said resolution that might
.oiJPy reflection on him is
,#*nd it is not the intention
IB Board that any persons
•material matters should be
into this controversy, it
•refore ordered that that
jPfsaid resolution that might
0n J B Hillman be and is
m rescinded.
■following allowances were
causeway 19.(50
°>ey road word 309.00
causeway 12.70
®hdion same 19.05
■°Pe same 2.98
■ e Ihr 500
■lint causeway 7.35
■*.vars brdg 51.75
causeway 11 50
■holson Ibr 1.73
■Johnson road work 21.50
Plates same 2(5.25
P°UBton same 24.00
# reland causeway —5.00
P Hardy road work 17.50
iWehb same 14.00
|l ave ll same 31.71
lr ewi a road work 15.00
K 8 Bros same 119,25
Sansing Bros 26.50
W G Snow cost 21 00
J H Duett same 27.70
G W Saveli road work- 100 00
R C Sharp same 77.50
M O Cannon same 9.00
J W Tucker same™ 24 00
L Leopard 5ame......... 1000
A L Byars same 12.50
M D Nations sjame.. 8.75
A R Clark same 10.00
M D Nations lumber 4 # oo
McCann road work - 25.00
W S Stokes same 21.87
J R Pope same .25.85
L Duett same 19.25
R Nowell same 28.28
W T Kilpatrick lumber 5 55
B L Pickle same 6.00
C W Cannon road work 22.50
J N Joiner causeway 20.86
J N Joiner same 86 00
E W May same 3.35
J B Woodward guard 35.00
Willis Cox road work 22.47
R L Page same 5.00
J Q McMellin same 18.50
R T Grafton brdg 55.00
Bob Evans road work 23.12
R C Sharp same - 35 00
R C Sharp brdg 3.75
Nicholson & McCann road
work 40.26
R Mims same ]9.09
T J Gambhn same —31.65
R R Thompson same 12.00
C Blount some 27.00
B F Fling same 33.00
J C Culberson same —12,50
R. C Sharp causeway— 4.20
H Y Graham postage 3.50
G W Saveli road work... 24.00
W B Nowell ibr & nails 4.22
G C Ooughran road work 21.00
O A Smith causeway ...10.00
C A Smith road work 15.00
H G Hembree causeway .75
H G Hembree road w0rk—20.25
O M Hitt same .17.50
W F Cannon same 70.00
W F Cannon same 43.75
Oscar Parker cut tree 1.00
A G Burk Ibr . 4.00
W 1) Wilson causeway- 78
John Walters Ibr -5 53
Nelson Bros road work 63.00
R Rutledge same 13.00
J G Turner same 9.25
J T Pinter road work 100
J M Cooper same - 1 50
E L Walton Ibr 4.00
J W Milling road work 12.18
J H Flake same 18.66
O L Taylor Ibr - 240
'V B Madison costs ..33.50
W B Madison same 450
Dr. Land Inquest 10.00
Dr. Cole same lOOO
G D Olay same —.17.50
Democrat 43.50
W J Brantley 50
Phi la Elect Cos - 2.55
H B Turner acct - 7.30
W E Pilgrim road work 3.00
D O Brantley feeding pris
oners i 42.80
L Rainey storage -1 50
CG Gipson - 8.55
A J Mayo w’ater 16.00
Williams Bros Ibr & hauling 4.10
J W Milling Ibr 1.41
D B F Crews postage —75
W B Jolly road work -.63 85
G T Fulton brdg repair .3.00
J V Welsh acct 5.00
N L Parker Ibr & causeway 2.00
N L Parker causeway- 10.00
M H Luke same 15 75
Ben Fulton same 8 60
W D Fulton brdg 24.00
J D Parker Ibr 6.45
C T Barrett same 5.20
M H luke road work 36.96
Floyd Fulton same 24.15
Drs Yates acct 34,65
G M Hobby road work 22 35
J D Cremene brdg rpr 50
J L Posey Ibr 57
Democrat 2 - 5()
W J Brantley postage 2.74
W H Gipson road work 70.06
John Walters 'same 10.00
John Walters causeway 1-12
PHILADELPHIA, MISS., THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1913
J II Hester & G W Mars
Road Com 100.93
C W Parker keeping pau
V* rs 34.50
D B Smith road work 17.50
W J Brantley feeding priso
" er s ICO
W T Woodward road work 20.00
J S Pace same ._ 17.50
A J Patterson 5 qq
Ben Mott causeway 125
N M Williamson road work 79.75
A T Murphy causeway 4.40
A S Parsons pauper relief 35.70
I N Ingram Insp 6 D 18 00
F M Adams “ “ 18.00
T W Jayroe “ 5 “ 15.00
J W Nichoson Insp 8 D 24.00
The following allowances were
made at the request of road com
missioners.
REPORT
OF COUNTY TREASURER
COUNTY FUND
Balance last report $0 802 38
Interest 16 60
Since Rec’d 635 46
Warrants paid 2 706 07
Balance 4 747 3/
$ 7 463 44 $ 7 453 41
PENSION FUND
Balance last report ... $ 279 00
Interest
Since received
Warrants paid 4o SO
Balance 238 20
$ 279 OO f 279 H
1 6TH SECTION FUND.
Baliiice $ 21 64
Interest
Since Rec’d
Warrants Paid
Balance 21 64
$ 21 64 $ 21 64
SCHOOL
Balance last report...sl 841 30
Interest 10 10
Since received 38 80
Warrants paid 384 90
Balance 1 cOS 30
$ 1 890 20 $ 1 890 20
adV. school
Balance last report....sl 172 (it)
Interest •• 12 55
Since Rec’d 62 21
Warrants to cancel 321 15
Balance o<>B 45
$ 1 237 46 | 1 237 id
INST. FUND.
Balance last report ...$ 50 10 $
Interest
Since Bec’d 0” 00
Warrants cancel
Balance Bj. 10
$ 117 10 $ II" 10
AOV< ROAD FUND.
Balance last report.s 5 594 93 $
Interest 21 53
Since Rec’d 33 80
Warrants paid 2 50
Balance •• 6 647 73
$ 5 660 23 $ 6 650 23
BEAT 1
Balance last report .if 962 19 $
Interest 1 25
Since Rec’d 8 73
Warrants to cancel.. 1 50
Balance - 973 97
f 975 17 $ 975 17
BEAT 2
Balance last report .$1 136 Ol $
Interest 5 30
Since Rec’d H 64
Warrants Paid
Balance - 1 152 96
152 95 $1 152 95
BEAT 3
Balance last report.s 961 56 $
Interest 5 30
Since Rec’d 5 80
Warrants to cancel- 14 00
Balance 958 68
$ 972 68 $ 972 68
BEAT 4
Balance laatjreport $ 683 90 $
Interest •—3 72
Since received H 64
Warrants paid... 11 23
Balance "
>, 699 26 $ 699 26
BEAT 5
Balance last report $1 219 46 $
Interest 6 40
Since Rec’d 8 73
Warrants to cancel
Balance 1 204
$ 1 264 58 $ 1 264 58
J. c. Long,
County Treasurer
Patience, Tolerance and Triumph.
R E Horne 55
B L Howell ofliee furniture. ,5.00
K E Horne horse and wag0n..2.50
Spivey Rosslldw Cos poo
E Diet/on ollice supplies 17.70
Herbert King transfer 7.50
H Molpus ('o 2.80
JII Hester cash to labor 1.00
C W Mars same 1.50
1 ( 1' Myers Engneer 45.00
U E Horne labor 10.50
0 Hove same (5.25
R Mars same 5 (53
R C bambrick same f.OO
There being no further busi
ness the Board adjourned.
I. N. Ingram,
Pres.
TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
NlftY TEAM 1913
All members and officers pres
ent and proceeded to business as
follows;
Ordinance No. 73 relative to
keeping all dogs muzzled was re
pealed.
0. E. Wilson was elected as;
trustee of tbe public school to lill
vacancy caused by expiration if
term of R. 11. Molpus.
The following allowances were
made.
E I‘ Donald A Son £I.OO
L’bila Light Cos .122 (ill
.1 A Myers 51.00
Spivey-Soss lidw Cos 10.07
W W Dean 16.0(5
Ad Mayo 10.00
Brantley & Woodward 10.00
Pete Wilson 20.00
King & Stribling 10.00
J M Wad worth 15,00
J A Myers road inch .150,88
.1 A Myers salary 50.00
VV 11 Jenkins same 25.00
J 1) King same 3.00
T M Fulton same 3,00
M W Spivey same 3,00
John Rea same 3.06
T L Peebles 9.00
There being no further busi
ness the Board adjourned.
W. Li. Jenkins,
Mayor.
EMBWEIHr
LAZY LIVER
A LAZY LIVER NEEDS 'A DOSE OF DODSON'S
LIVER TONE CUARATEED ID TAKE .PLAGE
OF CALOMEL
When your doctor looks to see
if your tongue is coated, lie is
trying to find out if your liver is
working properly. A few years
ngo doctors had to prescribe
crlomel —there was nothing else
to give.
Recently in many sections of
the county Dodson’s Liver Tone
has practically takes the
place of calomel as a
liver remedy. Dodson's Liver
Tone is mild, pleasant tasting
and hanuless-which makes it a
line medicine for use when your
children become billions and
constipated. Hut the most re
markable feature of Dodson’s
Liver Tone is the fact that New
Drug Store who sells it, guaran
tees it absolutely. The druggist
will return your money without
argument if a bottle fails to give
entire satisfaction.
Price, 50 cents. We suggest
that you get a bottle today and
have it ready for the next mem
ber of your family whose liver
goes wrong.
(Advertisement)
FOR SALE —Barred Plymouth
Rock and Indian Runner Duck
Eggs at 50c per setting.
W. L. Houston at Hen
derson-Molpus Cos.
N*
ili Dansbv Has it I
l{/ = ,_—JL yl,
Vj/ (|/
j{j Everything In The Jewelry Line and/
d> and uptodate. Prices cheap. s{>
||j Birthday, Wedding and graduat=
jjj ing presents a specialty. Drop jg
v*/ in and view the nicest line oi jcw= and!
J{- elry ever seen here.
and/ and/
and/ and/
S W. M. DANSBY, $
ill Jeweler and Optician j{|
%
| i'...i.m.. i }u, 32 *
jThe Old Cabinet Maker Says:
Tliere was a time when wo used to put things in the collar
or the well to keep them cool, but nowadays we have min
iature ice houses, where we may store the eatables during
i the hot weather from day today. For one reason alone
!you can't afford to buy a poor one, for you pay the differ
ence in price in the ice you have to buy. When you get
one from us, right here at home, people you know,you are
I bound to get the right kind. First we donfc handle any
j other kind and even if we wanted to wo couldn't afford
to, for just figure how much it would hurt us if we sold
you au ice burner for a refrigerator. If you have one now
that is using too much ice, what yoh save in a single seas
j on the ice bill will buy you a good one.
Turner Hardware Go.,
PHILADELPHIA, MISS.
Here’s Your Oppor=
tunity
j To get yourself a Corset. We are discontinu
ing’ to handle the American Beauty Corset, and
r-p in order to close out the last few we have vve kr
I will sell the
11.50 values for $ 75
•f2.00 values for gfl
12.50 values for $1 25
f3.00 values for $1 50
Every one to go at half price. We are now put
ting in the fatuous Thompson ‘’(Hove Fitting'’
fpji Corsets which range from flto fo these Corsets rpr
are the best that can be had for the money and
one look will tell you that.
Kasdans Corner Store
On The Square,
PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI
— ■ \W
NO. 49.

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