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The Official Journal -OF TME— ‘ . CITY OF BAT ST. LOUIS, Subscription: $1.60 Per Annum. JANUARY PROCEEDINGS OF BAY ST. LOUIS BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN. A regular meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Bay St. Louis was held at the City Hall on Saturday, January 4, 1907. There were present: Hon. John K. Edwards, mayor; T. W. Adam, J. L. Favre, H. C. Engman and F. S. Fabre, Aldermen; A. J. Carver, marshal; Rich’d Meudes, secretary. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The officers’ reports were read, inves tigated and approved, the financial re port ordered spread on the minutes and the others hied. TREASURER’S REPORT. CITY FUND. 1907. Dec. 7—To bal. last rep.s 74 “ 17—By Jno.B.loor, taxes 1026.33 ** 30 —By Jno.B.loor, taxes 1281.69 1908. Jan. I—By A.J.Carver, licences 065.00 —By AJ.Carver, fines mayor’s ct. 3.00 1908. Jan. 4 —By w’ts to 8’rd.53059.54 —T. J. Conway... 82.64 — Balance $ 164.22 SCHOOL FUND. 1907. Dec. 7—To bal. last rep.s 3.64 " 17— J. B. loor, poll taxes 219.94 ** 30—J. B. loor, poll taxes 274.66 1908. Jan. I—J. B. loor, poll taxes 70.64 $ 568.88 Jan. 4—By w’ts to B’d..s 468.75 Thos. J. Con way, com 14.13 $ 482.88 Bal $ 86.00 SCHOOL BUILDING FUND. 1907. Dec. 7 —To bal. last rep.s 67.87 ** 17—By J. B. loor, taxes 73.32 •* 30—By J. B. loor, taxes 91.54 Jan. I—By J. B. loor, taxes 23.55 $ 256.28 1908. Jan. 4—By w’ts to B’d..s '76.40 “ T. J. Con way, com 4.71 $ 175.17 IMPROVEMENT FUND. 1907. Dec. 7—To balance last report.,s 193.80 1908. Jan. 4—By warrants to Board., 106.72 Balance $ 27.08 SCHOOL BONN FUND, 1907. Dec. 7 —To bal. last rep $ 37.17 1906. Jan. 4 —“ w’ts to B’d 37.17 f, * BOND FUND. 1907, \ _ Dec. 7—To’fcal. last rep.s 275.53 * 17_ ** J. B. loor, taxes 146.61 •• 30—To J. B. loor, taxes 183.09 1906. • Jan. 4—To J. B. .oor, taxes 47.10 $ 653.33 Jan. 4—T. J. Conway, commission 9.42 $ 643.91 Moved, seconded and carried, to ac cept the proposition submitted to the Hoard by Mrs. Ballintine to pay her the •sum of $65.50 for a strip of land us right •of way taken from lot No. , 4th ward, to widen out Ballintine street to follow *he new line with new fence erected by Mn. A. L. Stokoe. To the Honorable Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Bay St. Louis, Miss.—Gentlemen I Tou will please take notice that the State Revenue Agent has assessed the following-named persons or companies, ns per attached sheets, and that 1 have notified said persons or companies by registered mail to appear before the Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Sat urday, January 4, 1908. J. B. IOOR, Assessor and Tax-Collector of the City of Bay St. Louis. Additional assessment made by State Revenue Agent for the years to 1907A The Junius Hart Piano nouse, Ltd., of New Orleans, La., on account of pianos sold on which liens were held or notes taken in payment: 1886, 6 pianos at s3oo—slsoo, Levy Bills tax; 1887,5 pianos, 300,1500; 1888, 5 pianos, 300,1500; 1889, 5 pianos, 300, 1600; 1890,6 pianos, 300, 1600; 1891, B pianos, 300, 1500; 1892,10 pianos, 300, 9000; 1893,10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1894, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1896, 10 pianos, 300, 1600; 1896, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; fg97, JO pianos, 300, 3000; 1898,10 pia nos, 300,3000; 1809,10 pianos, 300,3000; >1900,10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1901,10 pia nos, 300,9000; 1902,10 pianos, 300,3000; 1909,10 pianos, 900,3000; 1904,10 pia nos, 300, 30C0; 1906, 10 pianos, 300, jqqJ; 1908, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1907, I °A^teonS°“ M ® nent made ** state ItevMUM Agotf* ,or y<* I**? to Cott on pianos ao£ 0 which liens wore hekl or notes taken for TsmtA Piano Jfc Organ Cos. Birming ham, Ala.: 1807, 6 pianos at >300: 91600, Levy mills tax; 1898, 6 pitaC** 300, 1590; 5 pianos, 300, 1500; 1900, 5 pianos, 300, 1500; 1900, 5 piano?, 300, 1500; 1901, 5 pianos, 300, 1500; 1902, 5 pianos, 300, 1500; 1903, 5 piano?, 300, 1500; 1904, 5 pianos, 300, 1500; 1905, 5 pianos, 300, 1500; 1906,5 pianos, 3uo, 1500; 1907, 5 pianos, 300, 1500. Additional assessments made by State Revenue Agent for the years 18S6 to 1907. Louis Grunewald Company, Ltd., of New Orleans, La., for pianos sold on which liens were held or notes taken in payment: 1886, 10 pianos, at $300: S3OOO, Levy mills tax; 1887, 10 pianos, S3OO, $3000; 1888, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1839, 10 pia nos, 300, 3000; 1890, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1891,10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1892, 10 piano?, 300, 3000; 1893, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1894, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1895, 10 pianos, 300, 3000 ; 4896, 10 pia nos, 300, 3000; 1897, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1898, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1899, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1900, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1901, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1902, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1903, 10 pia nos, 300, 3000; I9(W, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1905, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1906, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1907, 10 pianos, 300, 3000. Additional assessment made by State Revenue Agent for the years 1886 to 1907. Philip Werlein. of New Orleans, , on account of pianos sold, on which liens were held or notes taken in pay ment: 1886, 10 pianos, at $300: S3OOO, Levy mills tax; 1887, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1888, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1888, 10 pia nos, 300, 3000; 1889, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1890, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1891, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1892, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1893, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1894, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1895, 10 pia nos, 300, 3000; 1896, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1897, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1898, 10 pianos, 300, 3009; 1899, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1900, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1901, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1902, 10 pia nos, 300, 3000; 1903, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1904, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; UK)S, 40; pianos, 300, 3000; 1906, 10 pianos, 300, 3000; 1907, 10 pianos, S3OO, S3OOO. In the matter of the back tax assess ment filed by order of Wirt Adams, State revenue agent, against the piano companies, etc., it is ordered that the further consideration of the same be continued without prejudice to either party until the February meeting of this Board. The petition of Carroll avenue tax payers, praying for two electric lights between Second street and lower bridge, was read, and it appearing to the Board that the request was just, same was granted and the said lights ordered placed in the space mentioned, under the supervision of the chairman of the street committee. Mayor Edwards appointed Mr. A. L. Stokoe chief engineer and Mr. G. G. Gardebled fire chief, ratified by the Board. On motion, duly seconded and car ried, the new steam engine was ordered kept in Firemen’s Hall until further notice. A. J. Carver, marshal, tendered his resignation, owing to the fact that he qualified as sheriff; same was accepted. On motion, duly seconded and carried, Mr. F. H. EgJoff was elected marshal, to fill unsxpired term caused by resig nation of A. J. Carver. The following bills were allowed and ordered paid: John K. Edwards, mayor, salary S 2j 00 Rich. Mendes, Secretary, “ 30 00 Albert J. Carver, marshal, 40 00 CyriUe Ladner, street com., salary 8 00 T. W. Adam, alderman, salary 2 00 Jos. L. Favre, “ “ 200 F. S. Fabre, “ “ 2 00 Cyrllle Ladner, 22 an d and. t„ at $4.50 99 • 15 and. labor, $1.60 22 60 extra “ 16 00 Peerless Oyster Cos.. 832 bis. shells at 2c. 2o 80 Bay St Louis loe, Light a Bottl. Works.. coal 6 00 Bay St. Louis 1., L. & Bottl. Wks., light., no C 6 8. P. Driver, brick laying 30 Bay St. Louis 1., L. St BotU. Wks., labor, posts, hardware on Stokoe fence.... 32 95 P. H. Egloff, 14 days sp. police, $1.50 21 00 Albert Jones, 11 “ " “ sl-50 I8 60 George Heltzmann, 8 days sp. pol., $1.50. 12 00 Tom Adam, 10 1-2 days haul. sheUs, $2.25 . 23 62 Alcide Moran, 101-2 days, hauling shells. $2.25 23 62 Jim Hollis, janitor, and extra labor 5 50 Salmen Brick * Lumber Cos., lime and cement 10 50 Conrad Sick, hauling 15 75 “ lumber, lime and cement.. Cl 06 A. Besanoon. 31-2 es. and. t. at $2.25 7 87 Sea Coast Echo, pub, amendments 10 55 “ proceedings sec ond quarter, Jan., 'OB 25 00 W. W. Stockstill, 00. supt., pro rata sal.. 18 75 Mollle Hill jani tress, salary 1-2 mo., Dec. 750 A. F. Yennl, labor 10 00 Bay’s Mercantile Cos., mdse 11 60 J, E, Sander, kindling wood 65 No further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meeting in course. Attest: RICHARD MENDES. Secretary. Beat Sink* a* the Rain and Hail Storm Friday. A terrible rainstorm, accompanied by lightning and hail, raged at Pass Chris tian Friday afternoon. It was followed by a heavy wind storm which did some damage. The Lulu TANARUS, owned by Sam Taylor, sank, a number of small boats drifted away, and some damage was done to the wharves and bath houses. L. M. GEX, Aar , General Merohandta, Fancy and Staple Growrles. BAY SAINT LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1908. SEA COAST ECHOES. SCRANTON. Presentation of Silver Chert for Faithful Service*. A large concourse, of friends assem bled at the home of Hon. F. H. Lewis, the retiring chancery clerk, Tuesday night and presented him with a magnifi cent chest of silver, in token of his faith ful services duiing the past twenty years he has been in public office. The pre sentation speech was made by Hon. W. M. Denny and was responded to by Mr. Lewis in a very touching manner. Scranton CJd Fellows Install Gfficers-Elect. On Tuesday night Scranton Lodge No. 45, I. O. O. F., installed the follow ing officers: Arthur Allen, N. (J.; Jos eph Wright, V. G.; W. H. Champlin, secretary; J. L. Baskin, treasurer. After the installation speeches were made by J. W, Stewart, of Moss Point, and the new and retiring officers. J-. L. Baskin will represent the lodge at the next meeting of the grand lodge, which will meet in May at Meridian. Denny & Denny Appointed Attorney* for Year. The board of supervisors appointed Denny & Denny county attorneys for the ensuing year. H. C. Walker, of Pascagoula, was appointed deputy chan cery clerk. Miss Mercecie Delmas will also assist her father, I. P. Delmas, in the chancery clerk’s office. Supervisor* Adopt Interesting Game Ordinance*. The Board of Supervisors adjourned late Wednesday evening, but before ad journing they adopted some interesting ordinances. Ope of them imposes a fine of not more than SIOO and not more than thirty days’ imprisonment in the county jail upon any non-resident of the State who shall kill, capture or convey beyond the borders of the State any game, fish, turtle, terrapin, crabs or oysters, and also provides chat the game and appliances for capture shall be for feited. This order went into effect Jan. 8, 1908. They also called for proposals for $12,000 of twenty-five-year 5 per cent bonds, which may be paid five years after date. The money derived from the sale of these bonds is to be used in im proving the public roads of the county. The salary of the county superintendent was fixed by the board at SI2OO per an num. OCEAN SPRINGS. Female Robber Secured Much'Plunder. More sensational features were added to the arrest Tuesday night of Lillie Sutton, who was caught breaking in and entering the home of Fred. Abbey. Bond has been furnished for her release, and today Officer Taylor made a rigid search premises. There was plunder of every imaginable description, and pocketbooks, handbags and satchels by the dozen. People who had been robbed a year ago could identify their stolen property, and many identified their table linen, pocketbooks with their names thereon and other things. The officer took possession of a bag of pocketbooks and a bag containing $573 — S3O in nickels, S7O in quarters and the rest in currency. The money seemed peculiar: it was tied up in little separate bundles of paper, ranging from 30 cents up. This explains little thefts that have beeno ccurring from time to time for sev eral years back. She was immediately re-arrested and put in jail by Officer Taylor. Lillie Sutton is a white woman and will be tried before Mayor Weed for petty larceny and then tried by J ustice Illing for grand larceny. BILOXI. Harriton County Beak Elect* Same Officer*. At a meeting of stockholders of the Harrison County Bank Tuesday night the board of directors and all officers were re-elected for the ensuing year, as follows: Board of directors, D, J. Gay, C. B. Eilerbe, T. H. Gleason, L. N. Dantzlcr, J. D. Mulboliand, G. W. Grayson, E. D. Hines; D. J.Gay, presi pent; G. W. Grayson, vice-president; E. G. Bond, cashie r ; Peter Mulholland, teller. Biloxi Pam* A Pure Milk Ordinance At Lart. On its second presentation and after weeks of waiting and endeavor on the part af its friends, the Biloxi milk in spection ordinance Thursday night passed the city council by a unanimous vote. The ordinance is believed to be a thoroughly efficient one and to cover every point, including the tuberculin test. City Health Officer Dr. G. F. Carroll prepared the ordinance and for weeks has been working to arouse pub lic sentiment. Several weeks ago Dr. Carroll brought Dr. Petersen, health officer of Mobile, to Biloxi and a lecture delivered by him did much to arouse in-r terest aud create a public sentiment for milk inspection. Opposition that arose in the city council has been gradually overcome, the dairymen have seen the wisdom an£ necessity of the ordinance, and after the making of slight conces | sions to avoid working a hardship on them by the suddenness of the reform, have withdrawn their objections. GULFPORT. MailPonck Sides fnm Depot by Unknown Parties. Tuesday night about 10 o’clock, while the usual crowd was standing outside i the Union station at Gulfport waiting . for Louisville & Nashville train No. 38, I going north, the mail porter left his pouch, containing all the northbound mail, on a truck by ticket office window • while be went through the building to take up the outside mail matter. Re turning in a few moments, he discovered that the heavy pouch had been spirited away, the thieves having gotten through the crowd undetected in spite of the brilliant arc lights, which made the j siatiou and surroundings show as bright |as day. Although the alarm was given ! immediately and an exhaustive search instituted, the robbers and their booty seemed to have disappeared as complete ly as if swallowed up by the earth, and mo trace was found of either until next morning, when the missing pouch was discovered in an alley to the rear of Bullock's Hotel. There had been taken out of the bag all of the registered mail, which was unusually large, but the other letters appeared untouched. Suspicion points to three men who were hanging around the depot before the robbery, were not seen after, and Police Chief Duckworth and his men have had a merry chase after three well-dressed tramps answering their description, who successfully dodged the officers from one cover to another. Another Daily Newfpaper to Start in Gulfport. The newspaper plant of the Gulfport Daily Review, which died with its editor and proprietor, Hon. J. D. McKie, some two mouths ago, has been purchased by Louis tenner, a well-known and ca pable newspaper man, who will begin the publication of a daily, styled the Evening Journal, about Tuesday next. The paper will use the Hearse news serv ice and will be under the editorial man agement of Mr. Mosgrove, who filled that position for many months with in* 1 Gulfport Tribune before the consolida tion of that paper with the Record. —■ I PASS CHRISTIAN. Municipality Changes it* Title From Town to City. By official action of the Council Tues day night, and as provided by the procla mation of Governor Vardarnan, the mun icipality of Pass Christian passed from the title of a town to a city, and hence forth all its official records and acts will be entered as those of the City of Pass Christian. Since the census of 1900 this place has had sufficient population to come under the code chapter on munici palities in the class of a city, but not until recently was there at y step taken to come uad.r the raw. first offi- i cials of the city, as commissioned by Governor Vardaman, are: Williarfi A. Terrell, mayor; F. Andresen, alderman at-large; G.J. Cronovich, alderman first ward; F. Bielenberg, alderman second ward; A. S. McDonald, alderman third ward; A. P. Saucier, alderman fourth ward; George P. Brandt, city clerk; S. M. Thornton, marshal, tax-collector and street commissioner. Alderman A. P. Saucier was elected mayor pro tem and T. V. Countenay was commissioned treasurer. Here? fter the Council will bold but one regular meeting a month instead of two. LONG BEACH. Unlawful to Sell Newspapers Here on Sunday. It has been made unlawful by act of the city council to sell newspapers on the streets of Long Beach on the Sab bath day. PRUFCMIUXAL CABDK. Will T. McDonald. i Carl Marshall MCDONALD & MARSHALL, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Offices—Hancock County Bank Bldg. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. DR. J. A. EVANS, DENTIST, Office in Hancock County Bank Bldg. Hours from 8 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. LAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. E. W. MANAR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, office and RESIDENCE—Main Street. Near Postofficc. * WALTER J. GEX, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Offices —Merchants Bank Building. Bay Sfc. Louis, Miss. ~R. de MONTLUZIN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office—Front Street. Hours—ll to 2, 4 to 6. BAY ST. LOUIS. MISSISSIPPI. L. A. deMontiuzm, Chemist | Pharmacist, - DEALER IN Drugs, Chemicals and Patent Medicines. Perfo merv Toilet Articles Gandies, Spectacles, Fishing Tackle, Etp. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. SODA & MINERAL WATERS, FRONT neat Main Streets, BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY S. J. Hellbach. E. N. Hellbach. HELLBACH BROS., SldtC Wareland, Miss. : - Office and Yard, KOOfer<s 467 Josephine St., XVUUICI New oV leai|gj La< ‘ Estimates cheerfully furnished. HON. E. M. BARBER, OF BILOXI, Formally Announce: Hit Candidacy for Coogms in Opposition to Hon. E. J. Bowers. Hon, E. M. Barber of Harrison county, ex-Representative for that county, and one of the best known attorneys on the coast has formally announced his candidacy for Congress from the Sixth district, which is, so far, the first an nouncement for the scat, for which it is supposed Congressman Bower? will be a candidate for re -election. Mr. Barber announces that he will make the race on three general propositions—national prohibition, repeal of the Fifteenth and modification of the Fourteenth Amend ments to the Constitution of the United States, and absolute control by the rail roads, public service corporations and the big trusts and combines. He is confident of getting a good hearing cn these issues, which he deems paramount and to which he has given considerable study—Gulfport Daily Record-Tribune. cyx rjJ -J. J it?., x .r%, , f , Tub Kin-! You Hsw Alwir Batgr — it 11 HrnmmtwmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmMmm PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE. To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Alder men of the city of Bay Saint Louis, Hancock county, Mississippi. 1, Frank Xavier Qulntlnl, a male person over the aire of twenty-one years, and a resident of said city, do hereby apply to your honorable body to grant me a license In my nsm%. tosell and re tail in any quantity vinous, alcoholic, malt, in toxicating or spirituous liquors at rnv place of business located on Front between Washington and Chi7.cn streets, in said city, and known as the “EAGLE WiNG EXCHANGE,” upon my compliance with the laws in reference thereto, Respectfully, Frank Xavier Qcintini. To the Honorable Mayor and Board of Aldor m. n c£ the City of Kay Saint Louis, Hancock f ounts', Mississippi. Your petitioners whose signatures are here undersigned, respectfully show that each and everyone is a legal and qualilled voter of the-city of Bay St. Louis. Mississippi ana a resident of said city, and each of us do hereby recommend Frank Xavier Qulntini, a resident of said city, to tx-of good reputation aud a sober and suitable per to receive a license as applied for by him, as apoears in the foregoing, to sell and retail, in any quan;i:y, vinous, alcoholic, malt and intoxi cating liquors at nis place of business, in said city, as related in bis application, and his peti tioners wi i ever pray, F.ank Xavier Quintlnl, Cayle Jones, Edward Nilsson, Emanual Marti, Ferdinand Henry Eg loff, Andrew Carver, Henry Egloff, Claud Monti, .Sylvan Ladner, Gayar Desire Prudeaux, J:sepli Martin Fahey. Thomas Joseph Conway, John Taconi, John Ruchon, Alfred Besancon, Al phonse Garvin, Alcide Moran. Nicholas Ruger, Thomas Adam, Jr., Octave Fayard, Pierre Pru deaux, George Joseph Prudeaux, August Louis Wientrodt. Tony Loyacano, August Taconi, Charles Peter Taconi, Andrew Theodor Manieri, Willie Joseph Gallup. Willie Joseph Gallnp, Willie Dennis, Alexander Hamilton Webster. Walter August Benoit, Jno. Basford, Eddie Fa yard, Frederick Laurent, Joe Laurent, Robert Christian Engman, Leonai Paul Blaize, Joseph Vassich, Forest Bangard, John Bsngard, Sidney John Fairfield, Thomas Dedeaux, Louis Laurent, Frank Sylvestre Fabre, Frank Fabre, Daniel Butler Bondages, Arthur Fayard, Henry Seube, Felix Joseph Fayard, Anthony L zana. Joe Pra vata, Richard Mendes, Patrick James McGinn, Joseph Capdepon, John Clifford Metto, Conrad Sick, George G. Kimmel, Emile ,\darn, Rodney Luxich, Ursan Goardia, John Battier Carvln, Cyrus Cuevas, Charles A. Benjamin, William Pniiip Pfeifer, James Durant LeFebre. Edwin W'iis Edwards, George Hicks Edwards, John Archibald Green, Willie Sylvestre, Raphael Seube, Arthur Rebert Johnston, Berlin Joseph Ladner, Charles Anthony Frit ke, Uptime Rich ard, Charles George iVioreaau, Reger UeMont luzin. M. D.. Jean Antoine Martinez, James August Taconi, John Conner, Julian Joseph Ferre, Lubin Ray Burns. David William Bon temps, Frederic Bamjeret, Ldward Eugene Sau cier. Hypollte August Perre, Edward Eugene O’Brien. Alfred Vassal!!. Luclen Prudeaux, Joan BatUst Spotorno, Harry Hood Beyer, Walter Jacob Sporl, Edward Mathew' Beyer, Louis Tri con, Tony Caldaro, Victor Daniel Blaize, Albert Cecil Beyer. Joseph BouUra, Cnarles Hiilen, Gaston George Gabriei Gardobled. Si mey Nick les Gaspard, Antnony Erasmus Thierv. Wil liam Johnson, John Fayard, Daniel Siegier, Paul Dillmann, Albert Monti, Bertrand Bondage, Jo seph Seilier, Philip John Soheib. John Osoinach, John Joseph Maniexi, Anthony Gabriel I’oma sich, Nadin Howard Moody, Ildebraodi Bri ghentl, Henry Sosthene Piernas, Edward Fred eric Becker, Eddie Fayard. Adolpn Laoat, An thony Perre, Julius Arthur Letten, John Albert Gaspard, Frank Parillo Oscar Roman Carver, Charles Weaiey Madison, James William U atts, Henry Widmer, John Burns, Murray Bangard, George Leon Favre, P~ul Peter Combel, Occave Favre, Joan DiUmann, Simon Peter Driver. Ai oide Ladner, Frank Hymei, Frank Clermont Bor dages, Jr., Paul Surcouf, Pasquai Lulzzi, Joseph Lbidsay Norris, Emile Perre. Diiilei Butler Seal, Henry Tudury. Alfred v arver, Sr., Albert Joseph Eafver, William Soflwati. George Heitz mann, Nickolaa schwall, Earl Everett Rohrsr, John William Cohon, Eddie Keitzm&an, Ale a Carver, Johnny Louis Moutl, August Quintlnl, John BatUst Piernas, Lucien Ortarrl Piernas, Paul Lizana, Eeopold Bangard. Edward Charles Joseph Gardebled, Joseph Victor Bonteropa, dame*. Colder, Manrioo Albert Joansnm, Jeff.-r --son bniolker, James Heniy Breah, Ferdinand Joseph William Ramond, Frank Joseph Taoonl, Louis Joseph Piernas, Joseph Labat, w, J. Mor gan, Richard Bennett, Robert Sauer, Fred Ana ley, John C. Lulzzi, John Edward O’Malley. La den Myrtle Gex, flenry Butz, Albert Theodore Yennl, George Radolpn, David Sellers. Lazarus UJ.iW.rl, Joseph Jolly Waver, Samuel Gates, Gharl-’S Kochon, Gaston Telhiard, Robert Wil liam Webb, Cyril Ladner* Jackson Mama Wenck, Pater Capdepon, Josse August Cowand, Frank Clauae Be; mond, .Stanislaus Ladner. Otto Sanga, William Luclen Bourgeois, Robert Lau rence Genin, Hermogeae Edmon Nicalse, Henry DeSevre Gillum, Henry Zoeger Krohn, Foucher Dunbar, Joseph Philip Adam, Sidney Carver, Antonio DendmuU, Anthony Peterson, Guanas T. Cowand. Etihnna Taylor Ladner, Sylvester Ladner, Robert Joseph Murtagh, Armand Jo sepu Prudeaux, Gabriel Yves Blaize, Ernest Munchow, Robert Warner Toulme, Charles Albert Butler. City of B -y St. Louis. ) Srate of Missl-sippi. < This is to certify that the foregoing Is a true and correct copy of the original, a the seme re mains on hie ut my otilca. KiCIiAHD MENDES, City Secretary. Bay St. Louis, Miss., Doc. is, 1907. MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE CONVENES TUESDAY, JAN 6, ’OB. Take the DAIY NEWS during the sesssion, the afternoon paper of today. -:- -:- THE DAILY NEWS goes to press every afternoon in time to make all outgoing trains, SPECIAL SUSSCIPTION PRICE to the DAILY NEWS for the three months of the legislature. Daily and Sunday, fur entire legislative session, ONLY $1.25, Caslf must accompany all orders. Address DAILY NEWS, Jackson, Miss Gaston G. Gardebled, Contractor Builder Contracts* taken for small and large jobs. Estl mates made free, and plans and designs chee j fully furnished. A liberal share of aafcronaga ; solicited. Orders left at Garaeblai’s Drug Store 1 will receive pro apt attjottoa. R jiideuoe I State ooraar Tjokaa aireets. 8T .r TANARUSf ftT ifa nhn^ r oTi Kind You Have -- I Always Bough! Vegetable Preparalionfor As- |l ** ® i simulating theFoodandßegula- &g $ tmg the Stomachs andßowels of &i jQOQ.T , <s tllß ” n i- —•—— " S Promotes Digeslion.Cheeirul- g m |jyr ness and Rest. Contains neither § r Jk ,o 6 ; opmm3lorphine nor>lineral. 01 \*\Ss I Not Narcotic. s|j AV\lr* | /a*v*aroidJ*-SA/a7J'P:iXMER 5j * VT PtmtfJiin Seed” . Aix.Setutet * I .3RL v p\ > Rnekelle Seiit <• I ~SU dMCJI Anise Seed * | ,|jriS A ft > M f\ fi r BtCecrbawhSed** j ■% 1% S|l ** ■ }Kn?Se*el- 1 11 | | U | J |M> F® || Apcrfecl Remedy forConslipa- : M f\| ftr JvS non. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea M I iA^ Worms .Convulsions. Feveris- f \ s* f?* „ t § <** * | ness and Loss of Sleep. J \J* g* 0 j y¥ y I 1 FacSunile Signature of Is3 Thirty Years TWC CtNT.IOB CO*MT, NEW VOBH CITY. I Paint Facts I 5 Durability is the True Economy of Paint, jf —o 0 3 W m ▼ MAXES PAINT MORE DURABLE. § M KrJ / Y IS TOUOH AND ELASTIC. >a H WILL NOT CHALK; LEAD WILL. *£ 2~ M i m H IS not POISONOUS; BEAD IS. Sf* =“ SB m ft .IS MUCH WHITER THAN LEAD. aW v 1 COVERS ONE-THIRD MORE SUR- gp mJL 1 XSP' face than lead. 35 KUCHERS DURABLE PAIN IS OVER A % 3 FOURTH L AD BUT OV R 1-2 ZINC. j*3 3 ' ' ■—^ r .sa 3 I Heady mixed paint is half paint and half oil. || Eulchers Durable is nine-tenths paint not canned oil, 3! One gallon Hatchers makes 2 gallons mixed paint. :S I: |S Over 100 Dealers in Mississippi. United States Government specifications upon request. 3S A. A. EBERSOX & CO., Solo Manufacturers. H HI St. Louis, Baltimore, Toledo, New Orleans. Seattle. | Joseph 0. Mauffray.l | SOLE AGENT. I I BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. | IwMVWWMMMMMW mwwwiwwwwwwjS PROF. A. WEINBERG, OPTICIAN. Permanently located on Front Street, next door to Pasqual Lutzzi. • • • FYF*S WHEN the eyes ache, itch or smart, there is something needed besides a mb. You can’t remove eye defect 1 IbU with a mb of the finger, and you may cause increased FREE. local irritation. Neither can you relieve the strain by “hoping your eyes will become stronger,” weak eyes, when in need of glasses go from bad to worse. You rnav sometimes overcome, or in the parlance of optics, “accommo date” a defect by persistently taxing the muscles of the eyes, but you can not cure it by that method of treatment. The only way is to supply the de ficiency in the lens ox the eye, by the lens of the spectacle or eye glass, thereby making vision again normal. Have your eyes tested at once, it cost you nothing. PROPERLY FITTED CUSSES AND MURINE PROMOTE EYE COMFORT. ■ * New. Co-EducationaL SIOO,OOO Equipment, Lit 28 students last year Mississippi Hattiesburg, miss. First-Class Accomodation at Reasonable Rates. I AO*P Session open* September 10, 1907. V^V & * W. I. THAMES H. P. TODD, President. Vice President. THE ECHO JobPrintingJ)epa. \ Is Complete end lp-ro-i \ POWER EQUIPPEI Seventeenth Year. No. 1.