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S C Too'f & Co, B-R, 20 55 Ned .Jefferson, w'k on court house, 6 30 Spurgeon & ..ones, lumber, 28 97 Herald, pub order pretermitting court, 5 65 J M Tate, lost cost, 39 40 ,J L Ilaire, same, 26 40 John L Collins, right of way, 100 00 ACCOUNTS DISMISSED, T H Coopwood, lumber, 5 30 I T Blount, damage by burning house, IOC 00 L C Stevens, reclamation of taxes, 9 50 That the following account be allowed out of Schoona Road fund: A ./ McMahan exchange on bonds, 7 00 That the following account be allowed out of Agricultural High School fund: A .J McMahan exchange on bonds, 2 00 That the following account be allowed out of Water Valley Court House fund: A.J McMahan exchange on bonds, 15 00 ORDERS. That the bids of W A Morrison for the working of the part of the Water Valley and Coffeevillo road and the Velma road be approved. That the resignation of the Contract or. W. M. Raley, of roads in Beat 2. be accepted, and tire Clerk advertise for bids for the working of said roads. ! hat there be an appropriation made out of the General County fund in the sum of 81,000 00, to be used in assisting in the eradication of the Texas Cattle Fever Tick. Messrs. Pate anti Vickery voting against the appropriation. We call attention to the page Adverfis merit of B Leiand & Company, which appears in this issue of The Lemizer, telling the pe iple of their mammoth stock of Spring goods which they have just received, and are co latently receiving. Everybody knows the firm, and they also know' that they do all they can to p ease their customers by keeping up to date goods. Be sure to inspect their line before making your Spring purchases. Miss Pearl Nourse, of J mkson, Term., is in the city for a two weeks’ visit, the guest of Miss Carrie Tarver. Miss Ella Clyde Dunn, a charm ing 'oung ladv of Water Valley, has been a recent visitor at the home of her sister, Mrs. J A Rodgers, on Summit street. Miss Dunn is a very popular and ac complished musician We tape to see her in our city again soon -—Winona times. For Rent Thirty-five acres of Good land five miles east of Water Valley.1 Grjod house and garden, good spring and fine pasture. Apply to, C. L. Beery. EGGS From Throughbread Minorcas and Rhode Island Red Chickens. FRANK D. NEWELL, WTBtt V LLEY, MISS. Notice of Trustee’s Sale. By virtue of the trust deed dated1 the 26th day of February, 1912 and recorded in Bonk U, page 635, | of the land records in the Chancery Clerk’s office /it Water Valley, Mis ' sissippi, executed by.). A. Garland j in favor of the People’s Bank of W ater Valley, Miss., to secure an indebtedness of two notes, one for five hundred and fifty dollars and the other for one hundred and ninety-four and 15-LOO dol.'a s of even date, bearing ten per cent in terest per annum from date, de fault having been made in the payment of the notes therein] secured, and 1 having been re quested to foreclose said trust deed by the beneficiary, I will, on Mon day the 71h day of April, 1913, in front of the Chancery Clerk’s office at the side door of the Bank of Water Valley, in Water Valley, Mississippi, within legal hours, ex pose for sale at public outcry, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described land, to-wit: The north part of lot three hun dred and.twenty-eight, west of the Illinois Ceutrai railroad as per Mercer’s map of Water Valley, Mississippi, described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of said lot three hundred and twenty-eight, on the south side of Wagner street, run thence south afong the eastern boundary line of the lot now owned, or formerly owned, by Mrs. K. S Lelaud, one hundred and ten leet, from this point run thence east wardly ninety-two feet to a point I on the west line of lot three hun dred and thirty, which [joint is eighty-five i'eet south uf Wagner street, run thence north along the west boundary line of lot three hundred and thirty, eight—five feet to the south side of Wagner street, thence run west along the south line of Wagner street one hundred and seven feet to the point of be ginning, this being the same lot conveyed to W. W. Vann by John son Ater on May 10th, 1905, and conveyed by W. W Vann to J, A. Garland by deed recorded in the Onauoery Clerk's office at Water Valley, Mississippi, in Book R, page 527, of the records of deeds, h 11 in the city of Water Valley, Yalobusha Otunty, Mississippi The title, to the above described property is believed to be good, but I convey as trustee only. This, the 11th day of March, 1918 Jas. G, McGowen, Trustee. Mr. and Mrs. M P Gilbert, on Thursday of last week, were pre sauted with a fine buy baby. Coi - gratillation to the happy parents, and best wishes for the boy. Next Sunday Dr, W. A Me Comb, Educational Secretary of the Board of Missions of the Bap tist Denomination, will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church in our city. Ha comes in the interest of the Mississippi College in Clinton. Everybody invited. Miss „Carrie Tarver, who has been holding a position in Stock ton’s Valley Institute, a mountain Mission school in Helena, Tenn., returned home Tuesday to spend her vacation To Tyler’s for good pictures.