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THE ECHO IS
The Official Journal
OF THE
CITY OF BAY ST. LOUIS
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BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS.
BAY SAINT LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY. AUGUST 17, 1912.
COUNH ORDERS TWO
DRAW RRtDRES BUILT
At Once —One Across Jor
dan River and the Other
Across Bayou Lacroix.
SPECIAL ELECTION
FOR J. P. IN 4 BEATS
Also to Determine Whether
Prosecuting Att’y Shall
Be Retained or Not.
Hancock county Board of Supervisors
adjourned Friday after a long and ar
duous session, fruitful of much and good
work.
Bridge Ordered Built Across Bayou Lacroix and
Jordan River.
Ordered by the Board that W, R.
Bell, road commissioner, be and he is
hereby directed to build a substantial
wooden bridge across Bayou Lacroix at
the public ferry across said bayou on
the Bay-Kiln road, said bridge to be at
least ten feet wide and the draw across
the channel of said bayou to be not less
than 35 feet long and be constructed
out of first-class material and be finish
ed in a good, workman-like manner. It
is further ordered that said commission
er be directed to build a like bridge a
cross Jordan river at the McLeod ferry,
on said road, the same to be at least 10
feet wide and the draw across the chan -
nel of said river to be not less than 35
feet long.
Special Election for Five Justices of the Peace
and Four Constables.
It appearing to the Board that there
exist vacancies in the offices of
1 justice of the peace and constable in
District No. 1, one justice of the peace
and constable in District No. 2, two jus
tices of the peace and constable in Dis
trict No. 3, one justice of the peace and
constable in District No. 4, of Hancock
county, it is ordered that the Election
Commissioners of said county be and
they are hereby directed to provide for
holding a special election in the various
election precincts of said districts on
Tuesday, the sth day of November A.
D. 1912, giving notice thereof, accord
ing to law, for the purpose of filling
vacancies in said offices as above set
out, said election to be held in all res
pects according to the law for holding
regular elections.
To Determine Whether the Office of Prosecuting
Attorney Shall Be Retained or Abolished.
Ordered by the Board that the Elec
tion Commissioners of Hancock county
be and they are hereby directed to give
public notice thereof, according to law,
and provide for the holding of an elec
tion in the various precincts of said
county, on Tuesday, the 6th day of
November, A. D. 1912, for the purpose
of determining whether the county
shall retain or discontinue the office of
county prosecuting attorney, as provid
ed in chapter 253 of the laws of 1912,
and said commissioners are directed to
have the necessary ballots printed and
provide for the holding of said election
in all respects in accordance with said
act.
Ten Bonds Purchased by Miss E. Jones.
The Board of Supervisors of Hancock
County having at a former meeting of
this board made and entered upon its
minutes an order authorizing the pres
ident of this board to sell and dispose
of at private sale at the best obtainable
price, and at no than par the $41,-
500.00 of the Hancock county road and
bridge bonds or so much thereof as in
his judgment will be necessary to meet
the expense of the public road work in
progress in said county, and the said
president having reported that he sold
to Miss E. Jones ten bonds, numbered
155 to 164, inclusive, for $5075.00, and
accrued interest to date ot $480.00, be
ing a total of $5,555.00. It is ordered
that the sale of said bonds, numbered
as aforesaid, and so sold by the p resi
dent of this board, the same is hereby
approved, ratified and confirmed and
said bonds for said price are hereby
sold to the party aforesaid, and the
clerk of this board be and he is hereby
directed to affix the official seal of this
board to each of said bonds and that
same be delivered to said purchaser
upon the payment of said sum.
Former Road Conuaimioner Allowed Part Salary
N. Tate Jones, former road commis
sioner, having presented a bill for $125.
same being salary for the month of
June, thereon Joseph L Favre made
motion to allow the said N Tate Jones
SIOO as compensation for that month,
said motion was duly seconded by N T
Mauffray—H S Weston and J E Smith
voting nay—when it became necessary
for the president to cast the deciding
vote, which he did, voting yea, where
upon the motion was carried and the
clerk ordered to issue warrant to the
said N Tate Jones for SIOO out of the
road and bridge fund.
E, Van Whitfield, tax-collector, pre
sented the list of insolvencies for the
year 1911, and the board having care
fully examined and scrutinized said list
and having acted thereon in a manner
directed by law, and the board now be
ing satisfied that the said tax-collector
is entitled to credit for the insolvency
of all assessments and persons as shown
by said list, it is ordered by the board
that the following amounts be allowed
to said tax-collector for account of said
insolvencies for the said year, 1911, to
wit: For account State tax,
general county tax, $97.25; special school
tax, $68.55; bond tax, $55.59; poll tax,
and that said amounts so stated be
respectively credited to said tax-collec
tor in his settlements with the auditor of
public accounts and the chancery clerk
and that a certified copy of this order
be transmitted to said auditor by Sept
ember Ist next.
Ordered by the board that the follow
ing amounts be allowed E Van whit
field, tax-collector of Hancock county,
on account of erroneous and double as
sessments of realty for the fiscal year
1911, as per list filed according to law
and examined and approved: For ac
count State tax sls 21; general county
tax $8 89; special school tax $6 92; bond
tax $5 07, and that said amounts so stat
ed be respectively credited to said col
lector in his settlements with the audi
tor of public accounts and chancery
clerk and that a certified copy of this
order be transmitted to said auditor by
September Ist next.
Ordered by the board that the follow
ing amounts be allowed to E Van Whit
field, tax-collector of Hancock county,
on account of erroneous and double as
sessments of personalty and polls for
the fiscal year 1911, as per list on file,
examined according to law, and approv
ed, to-wit: For account State tax $14.28;
general county tax $8.32; special school
tax $3.66; bond school tax $4.76, and
that said amounts as stated be respective
ly credited to said tax-collector in his
settlements with the auditor of public
accounts and chancery clerk and that a
certified copy of this order be transmit
ted to said auditor by September Ist.
E. Van Whitfield, tax-collector, pre
sented a sworn schedule of all realty and
personal property additionally assessed
him in the said county for the fiscal
year 1911, the aggregate taxes which are
as follows: For account State tax per
sonalty, $33 47; general county fund
personalty sl9 55; special school tax
personalty sl6 06; bond tax personalty
sll 16; poll tax SSO and the aforesaid
schedule being exanmnedLy the board,
it is ordered that saroarcvbunts so stated
in said lists, be respectively charged to
said tax-col 1 in his settlement with
the auditor or public accounts and chan
cery clerk and I hat a certified copy of
this order be transmitted to said auditor
within ten days from this day.
Allowances to members of the board:
Wiley Smith, 5 days, 47 miles, 47 35
H. S. Weston, 5 days, 42 miles, 22 10
J. E. Smith, 5 days, 70 miles, 23 50
Joseph L. Favre, 5 days, 20 00
N. T. Mauffray, 5 days, 26 miles, 21 30
E. Van Whitfield, sheriff, 10 00
A. A. Kergosien, elerk, 5 days, 15 0
Ordered by the Board that the fol
lowing changes in assessments be made
for the year 1912 on account of change
of ownership of realty and that the
same be certified to the tax-collector,
to-wit:
Lots 27 and 28, Bouslog’s plat, block
4, square 91, from Lena A. Combel to
Mrs. Connerly.
Lots 7 and 8, block 4, square 91, Bous
log’s plat, from Lena A, Combel to Mrs.
John Hennessey.
Lots 5 and 6, block 4, square 91, Bous
log’s plat, from Lena A. Combel to Robt.
Hennessey.
Lots 4 and 5, block 1, square 28, Bay
St. Louis aud Waveland Land Company
from Lena A. Combel to Georgiana
Smith.
Lots 8, 9,10 and 11, block 5, square
27, Bay St. Louis and Wayeland Land
Cos., ‘.from Lott Johnson to Lena A,
Combel,
Lots 26 and 27, block 1, square 29,
Bay St. Louis Land and Improvement
Company from Mattie Lewis to Lena
A. Combel.
West 50 feet from lots 19 to 24, inc.,
of block; 23, Clermont Harbor, from Gulf
Coast Development Cos. to Lucy Oom
bel; to be assessed at S3O.
Lot 6, square 9, town of Pearlington,
from C. K. Russ to Merchants Grocery
Company, assessed at SSO,
Lot 3, square 21, town of Pearlington,
from F. C. Bondages, Jr., to Angeline
C. Fountain.
Lots 14, 16,18 and 35, square D, lots
99 and 100, square N, lots 88, 89, 108 to
113, inclusive, square P, lota 118, 121,
125, square S, town of Gainesville, from
Dan Carver to F. C. Bondages, Sr.
Lots 15 and 34, square D, town of
Gainesville, from A. J. Carver to F. C.
Bondages, Sr.
Lots 126 and 127, sqare R, lot 96,
cemetery square, 1 lot 200x200 ft., south
of cemetery, in cemetery square, all in
town of Gainesville, from A. J. Carver
to F. C. Bondages, Sr.
Lot 48, block 86, Bay St. Louis Land
and Improvement Cos, from John K
Edwards to E E Saucier.
Lot 90 and east 158 feet of lot 91, 3rd
ward Town of Waveland, from Jos D
Bourgeois to Ellen D Hudson.
West 32 feet of lot 91 and east 60
feet of lot 52, from Rosa Bourgeois to
Joseph D Bourgeois, 3rd ward, Wave
land.
Lot 104, 3rd ward Waveland, from E
N Haas to Joseph D Bourgeois,
10 acres in the northwest comer of
the nwj£ of the of section 24,
township 7, south of range 15 west, as
sessed to Herlihy & Haas.
The northwestern 96 feet of subdivi
sion of lot 80, 2nd ward, town of Wave
land, from Daniel Bourgeois to Herlihy
& Haas.
Ne>£ of section 8, township 5, s.
range 14, assessed to Oscar D. Peter
son.
Se% of ne%, section 8, township 6,
south range 14, assessed to Jos. Dec
hamp.
of swj£, section 4, township 6,
south range 14, assessed to J.J.Dedeaux.
Sw>4' of ne%, section 2, township 6,
south range 14, assessed from Wilson
to Dr. F. Z. Goss.
West half of Ne of Ne Ai, of sec
tion 2, township 6, range 14 west, from
Lemuel Miller to Dr F Z Goss.
Se)4 of nw>4, section 2, township 6,
range 14, west, from Ingram Day Lb’r
Company to Dr. F Z Goss.
SwJJ of nw34, section 2, township 6,
range 14, from Ephraim Cuevas to Dr
F Z Goss.
Lot 29, block 1, Tippen’s Addition to
Waveland, assessed to Luvinia Clark.
Lots 9, 10, 11, block 1, Tippen’s sub
division of Lot 176, town of Wayeland,
assess to Louisa Featherstone.'
West Y 2 of sw)4, section 21, Township
8, south range, from Poitevent & Favre
Lumber Company to H Weston Lum
ber Company.
NM °f Tot 5, in section 33, township 8,
south range 14, from Sarah Kelly to
John E. Bushnell.
SeJ£ of nw 1 less half acre, section
26-7-14, from Elizabeth Cuevas to L E
Kergosien.
Lot 700, Ist Ward, Bay St. Louis,
from W J Gex to A A Kergosien.
Lot 48, 49, 50 of Ballentine subdivi
sion of lot 13,4 th Ward, Bay St. Louis,
from B. J. Lhdner to Rene Bermond.
Lots S3 and 56 of Ballentine’s sub
division of lot 13, 4th ward, Bay St,
Louis, from Fronie Ballentine to Aline
Bermond.
Lota 33, 35, 37, 39, block 11, Burns’
Addition to town of Gulfview from L.R.
Burns to Louisa Roberson,
25 acres lying in the southern part of
nw>£ of se section 22, township 6,
south range 16, from Rutilius Mitchell
et ux to Joseph C. Mitchell, assess for
$25.
Nw 34 of se34 of section 11, township
7, range 17 west, part of Thomas Smith
claim, from Dan Carver to James T
Thigpen.
Ne 34 of set 4 section 17, township 5,
range 14 west; sw34 °f ne 34 aQ d ne34 of
nw section 22, township 5, south of
range 14 west; nwt£ of nw34, sw3J of
nw34, n w34 of sw)4 and sw34 of aw 34
section 30, township 5, 14; sw34 of ne34
section 32-5-15; ne34 o£ nwj£, nw34 °f
nw34 and Be H °f nw34 section 35, town
ship 5, range 14; ne34 of nw34, nwl 4 of
nw34 an( T sel 4 °f ow>4 section 35, town
ship 5, range 14 west, ne34 o£ nw>4,
nw34 °f aw 34, 3W T4 of nw34 and of
se section 6, township 6, south range
14 west, se34 of se H section 24, town
ship 5, south range 15, se34 of ne>4 and
ne>4 °f soM section 25, township 5,
range 15 west, from Edward Hines
Lumber Cos. to H. Weston Lumber Cos.
Sw34 of se34 section 23, township 5,
range 14 west, from Edward Hines
Lumber Cos. to H Weston Lumber Cos.
Ne 34 of sw34 of section 11, township
7, range 16, from Jeff T Smith to Boyd
A Smith.
Part of lots 7 and 8, sth ward, and
part of lot 316, 3rd ward Bay St. Louis,
from Cyrille Ladner to Cecile Dubui
son lot 20, block 17, Clerment Harbor,
from Gulf Coast Develop. Cos. toWm.
and Elizabeth Trimble Jacobs.
Lots 59, 60, 61 and 62, 2nd ward Town
of Waveland, from Wm. Washington
to Henrietta LaFargue, assess, SIOO.
Lots 75, 76, 77 and 78, 2nd ward Town
of Waveland,, from Wm Washington to
George Tillman, asses, SIOO.
Lot 83, 2nd ward Town of Waveland,
from Wm Washington to Town of
Waveland, not taxable.
Part of se34 °f Be H section 32, town
ship 8, south of range 14, from E, J.
Gex to Jacob Jauch et ux, 5 acres.
Lots 2 and 4, block 1, Burn’s addi
tion to Gulfview, from L R Bum to W
C O’Ferrell.
Lots 8 and 9, square I, Town of Pearly
ington, from Catholic Church to S P
Russ.
Se 34 of sw34 section 22, township 6,
south range 14; ne>4 of nw34 °f section
27, township 6, south range 14, from W
W Carre Cos, Ltd, to Roman Lind.
4 acres in the south-west corner of
ne>4 of ne34, township 9, range 14, as
sessed to Victoria Green.
4 acres in the north-east comer of
ne>4 of ne34 18-9-14, assessed to Martha
Johnson.
Balance of the 32 acres in the ne>4 of
ne34 18-9-14, assess to Carlos Ladner.
Ne>4 of ne34 section 8, township 6,
south range 15, assess to Roger W Lee.
14 acres in the northwest comer of
the nw34 of se34 section 20, township 9,
south 14.
1-3 interest in w3£ of ne3£ of section
30, township 6, south range 15 west,
assess to Poitevent & Favre Lumber
Company.
Lots 121, 122, 123 and 8.65 feet of lot
IIS, Ist ward Bay St. Louis, from Belle
Trager to George W Charlton, assess
$250.
EK of se34 and ne l4 of se34 section
,13, township .Strange lowest, from
Catherine Hoffmann to R. J. Williams
Lumber Cos., e*4 of nw3£ section 4,
township 7, south range 16 west, from
Catherine Hoffmann to H. Weston Lbr.
Cos.
Lots 124 and 126 and 41.35 feet of lot
125, assess to Belle Trager, nef| of sej£
and nwj| of and ne>4 of sec
tion 10, township 7, range 16 west,
from Catherine Hoffmann to H, Wes
ton Lumber Cos.
E% of e}4 of se>4 and of
nw3£ of section 11, township 7, range
16, from E H Hoffmann, agent, to H
Weston Lumber Cos.
of ne>4, of and sw>£
of section 11, 7-16, from Catherine
Hoffmann to H Weston Lumber Cos.
of se.s£, ne3£ of nw3£, of
sw3i °f w>2 section 12-7-16,
from E H Hoffmann, agent, to H Wes
ton Lumber Cos.
WK of ne3£ of se3£ of
sw3£ and w>£ of w3ij section 12-7-16,
from E H Hoffmann, agent, to H
weston Lbr Cos..
Nw*4 °f section 12-7-16, from
E H Hoffmann to,' H Weston Lumber
Cos.
w3>£ of se34 and of nej>4 section
13-7-16. from E H Hoffmann, agent,
to H weston Lumber Cos.
N3£ of se34 an( f of of
sw3=4 °f section 14-7-16, from E H
Hoffmann to H weston Lumber Cos.
Lot 852, Ist ward City of Bay St.
Louis, from Catherine Hoffmann to A
R Cuevas.
Part of sw)4 in Melite Lesassier
claim in section 24, township 8, south
of range 14 west, and western part of
lot 48, rear of Ist ward Bay St. Louis,
from E H Hoffmann and Catherine
Hoffmann to Jerome Cuevas.
Lot 505, Ist ward Bay St. Louis,
from E H Hoffmann and Catherine
Hoffmann to Jerome Cuevas.
Lot 505, Ist ward Bay St. Louis, and
lot 83 in the rear of Ist ward Bay St.
Louis, from Mabel V. Cazeneuve to
Catherine Hoffmann.
CITY COUNCIL PRO
CEEDINGS FOR AUG.
f : mm
(Concluded from last week.)
Wednesday evening, August 7, 1912,
the Board reconvened. Present, R. W,
Toulme, mayor; George C. Firsching,
R. Biaize and R, W, Webb, aldermen;
R. J. Murtagh, marshal; R. F. O’Brien,
secretary. Absent, P. Lutzzi, aider
man. On motion of Alderman Webb,
seconded by Alderman Firsching the
following resolution was passed and
adopted:
Whereas, in the opinion of the Board
of Mayor and Aldermen, the bond of
the treasurer of the City of Bay St.
Louis is insufficient and inadequate be
cause said bond is in the penalty of
Five Thousand ($5000) Dollars and be
cause of an issuance of municipal
bonds of said city and the sale of said
bonds for the sum of $50,988.33, which
additional funds of the cicy of Bay St.
Louis are likely to come into said treas
urer’s hands; now, Therefore,
Be it resolved, That the treasurer of
the city of Bay St. Louis be and he is
hereby required to furnish and file, as
required by law, anew additional and
other official bond as such treasurer,
with sureties and conditioned as pro
vided by law, in the sum of Fifty-One
Thousand Dollars.
Approved in open Board upon this
the 7th day of August, A. D. 1912.
Attest: R. W. TOULME, Mayor.
R. F. O’BRIEN, Secretary.
On motion of Alderman Firsching,
seconded by Alderman Webo, the fol
lowing resolution was passed and
adopted:
Be it resolved that the salary of the
Treasurer of the City of Bay St. Louis
be and the same is hereby fixed at
Twenty-Five ($25.00) per month, pay
able monthly.
Be it further resolved that said salary
shall begin and the provisions of this
resolution take effect from and after
this date; the said salary, as fixed
herein, to continue and this resolution
to be in effect for the period of one year
only from this date.
Approved in open Board this the 7th
day of August, A. D. 1912.
Attest: R, W. TOULME,
R. F. O’BRIEN, Mayor.
Secretary.
The Board resumed the examination
of the assessment rolls, but same not
being concluded took a recess to Thurs
day, August Bth, 1912, at 4.30 o’clock,
P. M. Attest: R, F. O’Brien, secre
tary.
Thursday evening August Bth, 1912,
at 4.30, o’clock P. M„ the Board re
convened. Present, Hon. K. W. Toulme,
mayor; Geo. C. Firsching, R. Biaize
and R. W. Webb, aldermen; R. J,
Murtagh, marshal; R. F. O’Brien, sec
retary; absent, P. Lutzzi, alderman.
The Board resumed the examination
of the assessrrfent rolls, but same not
being concluded took a recess to Friday,
August 9th, 5.30 o’clock p. m. Attest:
R. F. O’Brien, secretary.
Friday evening, August 9th, 1912, at
5.30, o’clock p. m. the Board recon
vened. Present, Hon. R. W. Toulme,
mayor; Geo. C. Firsching, R. Biaize,
and R. W. Webb, aldermen; R. F.
O’Brien, secretary; absent P. Lutzzi,
alderman; and R. J. Murtagh, marshal.
The Board resumed the examination
of assessment rolls, but same not fac
ing concluded took a recess to Saturday
August, the 10th, at 5 o’clock p. m!
Attest: R. P. O’Brien, secretary.
Saturday evening, August 10th, 1912,
atso clock p, m., the Board reconvened.
Present, Hon. R. W. Toulme, mayor;
R. Biaize, R. W, Webb, aldermen, R.
J, Murtagh, marshal; R. F. O’Brien,
secretary; absent, Geo. U. Firsching
and P. Lutzzi, aldermen.-
The Board met and took a recess to
Monday evening, August 12th, at 5.30
o’clock p. m. Attest; R. F. O’Brien,
secretary.
Monday evening, August 12th, 1912,
at 5,30 o'clock, p. m., the Board
reconvened. Present, Hon, R. W.
THE ECHO’S
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POWER EQUIPPED
TWENTY-FIRST Year. No. 34
Toulme, mayor; Geo, C. Firsching, R.
Blaize and R W Webb, aldermen; R J
Murtagh, marshal; R F O’Brien, sec
retary; absent, Alderman P Lutzzi.
The Board resumed the examination
of the assessment rolls, but, same not
being concluded, took a recess to Tues
day evening, August 13th, at 5:30
o’clock pm. Attest: R F O’Brien, sec
retary.
Tuesday evening, August 13th, 1912,
at 5:30 o’clock pm, the Board recon
vened. Present, Hon R W Toulme,
mayor; Geo C Firsching, R Blaize and
R W Webb, aldermen; R J Murtagh,
marshal; R F O’Brien, secretary; ab
sent, P Lutzzi, alderman.
On motion of Alderman Firsching,
seconded by Alderman Webb, the fol
lowing resolution was passed and
adopted:
Resolved by the Board of Mayor and
Aldermen that the public street of the
city of Bay St. Louis, extending from
Second street to Dunbar avenue in the
first ward of said city, the land tra
versed by said street, having been do
nated by Mrs Reiss, shall be known as
and is hereby officially named Ruello
avenue.
The Board resumed the examination
of the assessment rolls, but same not
being concluded, took a recess to Wed
nesday, August 14, at 5:30 p m.
Attest: R F O’Brien, secretary.
I Wednesday evening, August 14, 1912,
at 5:30 o’clock p m., the Board recon
vened; present, Hon R W Toulme,
mayor; Geo C Firsching, R Blaize and
K W Webb, aldermen; R J Murtagh,
marshal; R F O’Brien, secretary; ab
sent, P Lutzzi, alderman.
The Board resumed the examination
and revising of the assessment rolls,
real and personal, and, same being con
cluded, it was ordered that the assess
ment of realty and personalty for the
year 1912, as returned by the assessor
and revised, equalized and corrected by
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of
the city of Bay St. Louis, be and the
same is hereby received, approved and
signed by the Mayor in open Board,
It was further ordered that the secre
tary make copies of same as required
by law.
There being no further business, the
Board adjoutned to meeting in course.
Attest; R. F. O’BRIEN,
Secretary.
Harrison is Expected.
, - -r 'i
Congressman Harrison is expected to
return to Gulfport within the next few
days. The work that he had done with
regard to rivers and harbors appropria
tions, of which committee he was a
member, has proved highly satisfactory
to Gulfport.
Mr. W. J. Bryan has contributed
SI,OOO to the Democratic National
campaign fund.
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