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Proceedings of The Supervis
or Board Monday Dec Ist, 1913. The president of the Board of Supervisors being absent, the members of the board who are present proceeded pro tem to preside in the absence of the president when and where C, S. Pondren was duly elected as such president pro tem, and the board proceeded to dispatch with the following business to-wii: Th report of A. E. Greene, suprntnd of education was read and approved and ordered filed. A E Greene, bupt sal, 94 40 Walker, Evans *fe Cogswell, Dockt cir clrk 27 08 Allen Charleston, bldng brd£ beat 5 14 00 Herris Maxwell, work shrff office 2 00 Alien Charleston, Bldng brdg .... II 25 E O Mcllwain, Sal and 250 00 E O Mcllwain, Pstg office 6 00 E B Jordan, Bedng P, H 11 75 Cal Edwards, Bldng brdg beat 5 .. 10 o<> J D Nance, hay mules 15 00 J D Nance, teams rds ......... 66 00 J E McCreight, fdng cnvts 9 00 J D Nance, sal cnvts 82 05 HEW Nance, team rds 25 90 S H Cross, corn mules, 11 00 Will Yeates, trrdng cnvts 20 00 W E Johnson, corn mules 16 00 J D Deanes, drag rd, beat 2 12 50 Cooke & Sheffield, Feed mills 11 60 W T Mcßride, Ibr road G 40 O R Thompson, work rd 55 55 Murray Maxwell, Sr. rd wrk No 2 600 Geo, D Barnard & Cos, Indxs shrff 2 79 R M Baynhara, Ibr rd beat 3 5 18 RM Baynham, Ibr rd beat 3 7 98 Jaek Cotton, rd wrk beat 3 .... 227 25 J D Deanes, rd drags beat 3 25 00 Jack Mullfnsm rd wrk beat 3 146 16 Dr. D H Fondren, rued atntn cnvt 5 00 H C Stiles & Cos, horse teed.... 23 23 EB Jordan, fdng pauprs 79 60 E M Times, legal ntcs 6 48 EM prntg shrff 4 25 M A Saunders, sal co attny 100 00 Foote & Davis co, strnry shff 68 08 EB Lanier, plmbng C. H 193 17 Zeno Yeates, nails beat 1 5 50 Sec Bank, aiuut pd ont rd beat 1 154 18 J A Thomas & Son, suppls cnvts 34 4o W F Thompson, insptng rd... 21 00 F H Love & J M Ford, rd wrk beat 3 95 00 C A Dille, bldng brdg beat 5 12 00 Pat Jackson, rd wrk 560 38 Zeno Yeates, articls |C. H 2 16 R L Gillespie *fe Bro, Ibr rds beat 5 1 60 The board hereby approves the contract made by the road com missioners of dist No 1 made with Mose Seales for feedng and working the county mules on the roads. Said Mose Seales to fur nish his own labor and furnish two hands and pay for the black smithing to be done, and furnish feed necessary for mules, and feed himself and hands, and to furnish all extra labor when necessary at the rates of SI.OO per day for such extra labor ex cept as above mentioned. Above to include the feeding and cart mg for eight of the county mules and he the said Mose Seales to receive the sum of $lB7 50 per month for all the above specified. The board hereby approves the contract made bv the road com missioners of dist number 4 made with Pat Jackson for the follow ing:- The said Pat Jackson to furnish all of the expenses of teams, blacksmithing and his own personal service for the sum of $175.00 per month. For all day labor required and ordered by the road commissioners the sum of $1.25 per day. Said contract ending April 1, 1913. The board hereby orders the sheriff to have tne walls of the southeast witness room in the court house calumized, and the necessary painting on the inside to put same in a neat and sani tary condition. On motion board adjourns till tomorrow 9a. m. C. S. Fondren, Pres, Pro Tem. Tuesday, Dec 2, 1913. Dr. J. w. Kckford, examng luntc.. 5 00 •• " “ examng 400 Guy Richey, road wrk Dlat No 2.. 8 00 L II Nickels,convyng prla II 00 Dr. J. W, Crumpton, exiting luntc 10 00 R M Baynham, lumber rds beat 2 34 90 (Jlly Stkvlle, water & Igts 21 80 W C Gunn, pencil ahefl I 40 li G Doxaey & Cos, Ibrshrffs office 1 32 Sturkvllle News, prntng prcdngs 31 25 D A Kornegay & J T Davis, cost in case 333 Tlkng War Lbr Cos, Ibr beat 22 74 A W Reynolds, hay muls 7 20 D AClardy, shop work 1 30 Stkvlle Mer Cos, shoes cnyts 4 00 Sara Ward, rep scraper beat 5 1 50 Dr. Sam Scales, exmng luntc 5 00 11 L Gillespie & Bro, lbr rd beats 57 16 J D Deanes, rep & shrpng drags beat 1 10 10 Creinoline Ml'gCo, dust down 5 q 0 CurabTel Cos, phone C H 3 75 John Huggins, road tax rfnd...... 3 Oo Caldwell & Lampkln, broom duster 2 05 Blumenfeld & Fried, overalls cnvts 24 00 A A Wofford, road wrk beat 3.... 5 00 Foote fe Davis Cos, Statrny cir clrk 39 25 J S Richey, Road wrk beat 2 6 00 NV w Ricbey. kpng clock 2 50 Mose Simmons, prtr C, H 15 00 EC Mcllwain, ex offco 75 00 Ben Bolton, Tax refnd 2 00 B F Sanders & Son, shovls road .. 250 “ “ " “ “ nails 490 N O RooffingCo, culvrts 29 36 Fitch DustdownC t, dustdown C 11 8 40 T A B Lemmons, amnt due rds.. 79 50 Per Diem and insptng paid boad 48.40 L It Nickels, shrfi, per diem. 400 E O Mcllwain, clerk 6 00 J H McMinn. road work 31 50 C S Fondren, insptng 3 00 J J Gill, Bal acct 3 58 Be it ordered by the board that the order leasing 16th section land to R. M. .Langford be and the same is hereby recinded the same not having been made ac cording to the orders of this board and the county superin tendent. of education is hereby directed to proceed to lease said land according to law. This day bids being submitted upon advertisements duly made for the furnishing for all feed si uffs and groceries needed by the county convict camp for a period of three months ending March Ist, 1914, and the bids being opened said contracts was by the board awarded to H. C. Stiles & Cos., said bid being for the sum of 7 pea cent above cost price of any article furnished. It is further ordered that the party in charge of said convicts shall notify the sheriff of any and all supplies needed and that the sheriff shall purchase same from the said H. C. Stiles & Cos. and the bill be paid monthly by this board. The board proceeds to let at the front dor of the court house for building the following bridg es after the same was duly advertised according to law when and where W. H. Price bid the sum of $1,75 per running foot for building one bridge ocross Cushman Creek on Reed road which is rejected by the board. Also C, A. Dille bid for build ing one wooden bridge on Little Pike in beat 5 the sum of $1 25 per running foot which was ac cepted by the board, Same to be built according to plans and spcifications on file in clerks office. Bids received on steel bridges rejected, Tne boftd of F. L. Wier drain age commissioner of Oktibbeha county haying been presented to the board duly executed as re quired by law, it is hereby order ed by the board that the said bond be and the same is hereby approved and ordered filed by the board. It is ordred by the board that notice as follows be given by the clerk to all banks in the county and tnat publication for one week shall be made in the East Mississippi Times, to-wit. State of Mississippi, ) Oktibbeha County [ The board of supervisors here by give notice that all banks in the county that under the pro visions of Chapter 187, laws of 1910, all county funds shall be offered under its terms for the establishment of a couniyjdeposi tory at such rate of interest and with such security as shall be approved by the board. Sealed bids will be received and con sidered at 2 p, M, on the Ist Monday in January 1914, at the regular meeting of the board. It is also desired that all bidders shall state in their bid what amount of warrants will be car ried as overdrafts when neces. ary and at what rate of interest lo the county. Done in open court this the 2nd day of Decem ber, 1913. Be it ordered by the board that the clerk shall advertise lor Ihe following lumber, sealed bids, to be used by the county as hereinafter stated, for a period of three mouths from Jan Ist, 1914 All lumber needed and requir ed by the commissioners or supervisors in supervisors dis trict No,s one, three and four, and two. Said lumber to be heart and sap white oak, post oak and pine, all sizes and lengths needed for bridges and repairs. To be delivered as follows:-Bcat 2 at Osborn. Beat 1 at Btarkville Beat 3at Cross Roads 2£ miles south of Maben: at R. M. Cot ton’s on Starkville and Bankston road, and at Norris’ store and Bell School House. Beat four to be delivered at Bradley, Sturgis and Craig Springs, The cierk is instructed to advertise the following roads to be let on the first monday in Jan! 1914 Artesia Road commencing at Macon road, commencing at Dist 1. and ending at Robinson road. Bridge on Lick Creek on West Point road, It is found by the board that in case of allowances made at this meeting for the examination of lunatics, that there is no one liable for said accounts can be make and no estate of said luna tics out of which these acts can be collected. This matter coming on to be heard upon due advertisement being made and R. L. Gillespie having submitted the best Did, which said bid is $1 50 per hun dred for 5000 feet delivered at D. W. Outlaw’s it is ordered by the board that the said bid be and the same is hereby accepted On motion the board adlourns to the Ist Monday in Jan 1914. C. S. Fondren, President Pro Tem. Stomach Troubles Disappear. Stomach, liver and kidney troubles, weak nerves, lame back and female ills disappear when Electric Bitters are used. Thousands of women would not be with out a bottle in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew, Okla. writes: “Electric Ritters raised me from a bed of sickness and suffering and has done me a world of good. I wish every suffer ing woman could use this excellent remedy and find out, as I did, just how good it is.” As it has helped thousands of others, it surely will do the same for you. Every Bottle guaranteed, 50c, and $l.OO at all druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Cos. Philadelphia and St. Louis The Sixth. Cotton Ginning Report—l2,o39,loo bales ginned prior to December 1. Mississippi ginned 955, 588. Several states are behind last year’s record while Mississippi shows an ap preciative gain, Constipation Poisons Ton. If you are constipated, your entire system Is poisoned by the waste matter kept in the body—serious results often follow. Use Dr. King’s new life pills and you will soon get rid of consump tion headache and other troubles. 25c. at Druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Cos Philadelphia or St. Louis, HIDDEN DANGERS Nature Gives Timely Warnings That No Starkville Citizen Can Afford to Ignore. DANGER SIGNAL No. 1 comes from the kidney secretions They will warn you when the kidneys are weak. Well kidneys excrete a clear, amber fluid. Weak kidneys send w out a tnin, pale and foamy, or a thick, red. ill smelling urine, full of sedi ment and irregular passage. Danger SIGNAL No. 2 comes from the back. Back pains, dull and heavy, or sharp and acute suggest weak kidneys and warn you of the danger of dropsy, gravel and Bright’s disease. In that case Doan’s Kidney Pills have been endorsed by thousands Here is a statement of a nearby resident, T. G, Randle, policeman, 32 Calhune St., West Point, Miss., says: “After using various remedies for kidney trouble of ten years, standing without relief, I took Doan’s Kidney Pills. One box completely cured me, Since then I have not had the slightest attack of lumbago or pain In my loins. I cheer fully endorse Doan’s Kidney Pills in re turn for what they haye done for me.” For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan’s —and take no other. If” results m p£l and better business. Everything in bet- '0 I® ter condition and better order. We are H mi iS prepared for prompt and efficient gin- pB ® ning. 11 BRING IN YOUR COTTON AND BE CONVINCED. J p:d air || YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE RIGHTLY APPRECIATED. || I W. W. HALL, | - ~ ■ Mississim^y I When Your Blood is Right | Your Whole System is Right. I IF YOU HAVE ANY BLOOD DISEASE DO I NOT DELAY UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE I BUT ORDER TODAY. 1 THE GREENWAY REMEDY Formula by a Noted Hot Springs Physician who has had years of experience in the treatment of all kinds of BLOOD DISEASES. I A TREATMENT FOR I Erythema, Erysipelas; Roseola, Rubeola, Scarlatina, Urticaria, Malaria, Eczema, Herpes, I Scabies, Syphilis, Varicella, § Pemphigus, Pupia, Variola, i Vaccinia, Ecthyma, Impetigo, I” Acne, Mentagra Porrigo, Lichen, Prurigo, Vitiligo, Lepra, Psoriasis, Pityriasis, Ichthyosis, Elephantiasis, Molluscae, Framboesia, Fuscedo Cutis, Ephelides, Naevi, Aldinismus, Rheumatism, And all other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases Full Course Treatment of Six Bottles, $25.00. Single Bottles, $5-00. Send Express or Postal Money Order- Address, Hot Springs Medicine Company, 803 1-2 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark. I TRUSTEE SALE. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI } OKTIBBEHA COUNTY f WHEREAS H. M. Carpenter and bis wife, Mrs. O. L. Carpenter, on the 23rd day of January, A. D., 1907, executed to Wirt Carpenter as Trustee for the bene fit of Mrs. A. E- Perkins, a certain Trust Deed embracing and conveying the following tract of land In said County and State, to-wlt; A certain lot In the City of Stark-- ville. State of Mississippi, beginning at the North west corner of the old Dr. E. t D. Yeates residence lot and running thence North along Jackson Street One hundred and thirty-nine (139) ft., thence East Two hundred and fifty (250) ft.; thence South One hundred and. thirty-nine (139) ft.; thence West Twoi hundred and fifty (250) ft. to the point of beginning; And being a residence lot then and there occupied by said grantors, arid tiie same being executed to secure cer tain notes therein described due and payable to the said Mrs, A. E. Perkins; and the said Trust Deed being duly recorded in Deed Book 105. page 120, of the Land Records of said County; And WHEREAS the said grantors therein have failed to pay the indebted ness thereby secured, and the said Trustee haying been requested by the beneficiary in said Trust Deed to fore close the said Trust Deed and to execute the trust thereby created; NOW, THEREFORE, f, the under signed Trustee in said Trust Deed, will offer for sale and sell at public auction for cash to the highest and best bidder, at the front door of the Court House in Starkville, Oktibbeha County, State of Mississippi, within legal hours, the aforesaid tract of land on the 29th day of December, A. D., 1913. WITNESS my signature this the 2nd day of December, 1913. WIRT CARPENTER, TRUSTEE.