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funeral directors and tmbalmers 'Coffins and Caskets Store Phone 33 Residence Phone 436 Report on Tick Eradication. The following report was made to the Board of Supervisors on Sept. 7th, by Inspector J. A. Barger: To the Hon. Board op Supervi sors Yalobusha County: I beg leave to make the follow ing statement concerning the work of tick eradication in Yalobusha county during August, 1914: Number Herds inspected_ 527 “ Cattle inspected_ 3046 “ Herds dipped_ 434 “ Cattle dipped_ 4376 “ Herds quarantined_ 140 “ Cattle quarantined_ 420 “ Herds infested, not dis infected_ 12 “ Cattle infested, not dis infected_ 55 “ Herdsactually ticky du ring month___70 “ Cattle actually ticky du ring month_ 235 “ Herds free_ 751 “ Cattle free_ 6769 In addition to above inspection and dipping, inspectors were part ly employed in making medicine for vats and constructing vats. Four vats have been constructed during the past month. The above statement concerning ticky cattle does not include a portion of beat two. There are 50 dipping vats in this county. Respectfully submitted, J. A. Bakger. FOR RENT—5-Room cottage, corner of Market and Beauchamp streets, convenient to school. Apply to one 50 Miss Sara Person. Notice of Teacher’s Exami nations. Notice is hereby given that examinations of applicants for teacher’s license will be held as follows: For white applicants at Water Valley Sept. 4th and t>ih and at Coffeeville Sept. 18th and 19th. For negro applicants at Water Valley Sept. 11th and 12th and at Cotfeeville Sept. 25th and 26th. These examinstions begin promptly at 8 o’olockJa. m. on each dey. R, P. Hentz, Supt. of Education, Yalobusha Co., Miss. POSTED. All the lands of the undersigned are posted against everybody— hunters, lishers and especially the fire fiend. Anybody trespassing will be visited with the penalty of the law: L. A. RUSHING SAM 0. NATION. HARRY HALLIWELL REV. H. L. JOHNSON. R. S. MURRAY, REV. W. J. DERRICK EUGENE MIZE. R. D. ALLEN. A, J, LEE. J. B. ROGERS. D, R. WAGNER W. B. WAGNER W. M, TARVER. J. C. TATE. County Directory. W. T. Trusty, Sheriff K. Spearman Chancery Clerk Doss E. Parks, Circuit Clerk !!. L. Holley, Treasurer R. P. Hentz, Supt. Education J. G. Ely, Assessor BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Beat 1—H. P. Pate. Beat 2—Sam Moore Beat 3— W. B. Williamson Beat 4—J. B. Massey Beat 5—W. G. Vickry CITY DIRECTORY. G. W. Rayburn, Mayor R. S. Murray, Marshal. Gates R. Wood, Clerk J. W. Mauldin, Treasurer Everett Cock, Tax Collector M. E. Stewart, Street Commissioner. S. C. Bigham, Supt. City Schools. T. O. Barry, Supt. City Riant Dr. 'G. W. Sisler. City Health Officer ALDERMEN CITY AT-LARGE. J. W. Tarver, A. H. Langdon, G. W. Hadaway. ALDERMEN. Ward 1--C. E. Romberger Ward 2—W. C. Dooley. Ward 3—J. T. Addington. Ward 4—T. O. Gore EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. City-at large J. R. Tarver, E. L Stephens, A. B. Tucker. FOR THE WARDS. Ward 1—O. M. Davis. Ward 2—H. M. Baddley. Ward 3—W. A- Nolen. Ward 4—W. B. Page. CHURCH DIRECTORY. First Methodist—Rev. T. H. Dorsey Pastor. Services every Sunday morn, ing and evening. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 8 o’clock. Presbyterian—Rev. J. E. Hobson, pas tor. Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 8:00 o’clock. First Baptist—Rev A. A. Walker pastor. Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday even ing 8:00 o’clock. Episcopal—Rev. C. D. Brown, pastor Services every Second and Fouith Sun day in each month. Main Street Methodist—Rev. W. J, O’Bryant, pastor. Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8:00 o’clock. Presbyterian Church U. S. A.—Rov. W, P. Hail, Pastor. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m, Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8:00 o’clock. First Christian Church—Rev. B. H. Morris, pastor. Service every Sunday at 11a. m. and 8:00 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednes day evening at 8:00 o’clock Primitive Baptist—Elder W. L. Smith of Oxford, pastor. Services Secon Sunday at 11 o’clock, a. m., and Saturd day before, Catholic Church—Rev. , McNamara Rector. Mass two Sundays in the month at 10 :0Q. a'm.