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The Official Journal OF THE CITY OF BAY ST. LOUIS Subscription: $1.60 per Annum. OF CONCERN TO EVERY OWNER OF LIVE STOCK IN HANCOCK COUNNY. REGULATIONS OF THE STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI GOVERNING THE CONTROL AND EXTERM INATION OF CONTAGIOUS, IN FECTIOUS AND COMMUNICA BLE DISEASES OF LIVE STOCK IN MISSISSIPPI, EFFECTIVE ON AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 15, 1915. Regulation 1. The annual regula tions and amendments thereof of tho United States Department of Agricul ture concerning interstate movement of cattle, horses, mules, hogs, sheep and goats, effective July Ist, 1914, are hereby adopted as a portion of the regulations of this Board during such time as such regulations are in force. Regulation 2. The fact has been determined by the State Live Stock Sanitary Board and notice is hereby given that a contagious and infecti ous disease known as splenetic, South ern or Texas fever exists among cat tle in the following named counties and parts of counties, which area is hereby declared quarantined, viz: Alcorn, Calhoun, Carroll, Choctaw, Covington, Franklin, George, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Itawamba, Jack son, Jefferson Davis, Kemper, Lamar, Lawrence, Lee, Lincoln, Marion, Montgomery, Neshoba, Pearl River, Perry, Pontotoc, Prentiss, Quitman, Simpson, Smith, Sunflower, Tallahat chie, Tippah, Tishomingo, Union, Wayne, Webster and Wilkinson. From these counties in the State of Mississippi cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move to points outside of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for immediate slaughter, or for other purpose, as provided by the regulations for dip ping, or certification. Regulation No. 2a. The following counties and parts of counties are hereby’ declared to be. en gaged in the work of tick eradication under the Rules and Regulations of this Board and are therefore part o I the territory governed by Regulations 5 and 6: Amite, Copiah, Forrest, Ok tibbeha, Pike, Walthall, Winston, Yalobusha, and. That portion of Jones County west of Leaf River: That portaen of Newton County not included within a line beginning at the intersection of the line between township 7 and 8 north with the Chunky Creek, thence southeasterly along said creek to the Alabama & Vicksburg railroad, thence westerly along said railroad to the line be tween ranges 11 and 12 east, thence south on said line to the Jasper Coun ty line, thence west and north on the southern and western boundary of Newton County to the line between townships 6 and 7 north, thence east on said line to the line between ranges 10 and 11 east, thence north on said line to line between townships 7 and 8 north, thence east on said line to the beginning, Tfat portion of Warren County not included in Palmyra Island. That portion of Yazoo County in cluded in the area south of the Yazoo River and west of the line between ranges 3 and 4 west. Regulation 3. The fact has been determined by The State Live Stock Sanitary Board and notice is hereby given that a contagious and infectious disease known as splenetic. Southern or Texas fever exists under control among cattle in the following named counties and parts of counties: Adams, Attala, Bolivar, Chicka saw, Claiborne, Clay, Clarke, Grenada, Hinds. Jasper, Jefferson, Lafayette, Lauderdale, Leake, Leflore, Lowndes, Madison Monroe, Noxubee, Rankin, Scott, and: That portion of Jones County north and east of Leaf River: That portion of Newton County within a line beginning at the inter section of the line between township 7 and 8 north with the Chunky Creek, thence southeasterly along said creek to the Alabama & Vicksburg railroad, thence westerly along said railroad to the line between ranges 11 and 12 east, thence south on said line to the Jasper County line, thence west and north on the southern and western boundary of New r ton County to the line between townships 6 and 7 north, thence east on said line between ranges 10 and 11 east, thence north on said line to the line between townships 7 and 8 north, thence east on said line to the beginning: That portion of Warren County in cluded in Palmyra Island. All of Yazoo County net included in the area south of the Yazoo River and west of the line between ranges 3 and 4 west: It is hereby ordered that no per son, company or corporation owning or having in charge any cattle in the area herein mentioned shall move or receive for shipment such cattle or any cattle from the area mentioned in this regulation to any point in quarantined or non-quarantined area of this or any other State except as hereinafter provided: Cattle should be free of ticks and a permit issued for the movement. It is further ordered that all rail roads or other transportation compa nies securely lock the gates of all stock yards, stock pens and loading chutes'in said area and that all boats refuse for transportation all cattle therein and not permit such cattle to be placed in such yards, pens or chutes, or. on such boats in any man ner unless written .permit is; first ob tained from a Live Stock Insp'rtto" commissioned by the State Live Stock Sanitary Board. Regulation 4. No cattle shall be moved or he permitted to move from the quarantined area of Mississippi as set forth in Regulation 2, of these regulations, or from the quarantined area of any other State into Adams, Amite, Attala, Benton, Bolivar, Chickasaw, Claiborne, Clarke, Clay, Coahoma, Copiah, DeSoto, Forest, Grenada, Hinds, Holmes, Issaquena, Jasper, Jefferson, Jones, Lafayette, Lauderdale, Leake, Leflore, Lowndes, ‘ Madison, Marshall, Monroe, Newton, | Noxubee, Oktibbeha, Panola, Pike, Rankin, Scott, Sharkey, Tate, Tunica, j Walthall, Warren, Washington, Win- Jston, Yalobusha, and Yazoo Counties, in Mississippi, except as hereinafter j provided. i Cattle of the quarantined area, or other cattle exposed to or infested with ticks, in counties in which the work of tick eradication is being con ducted which have been properly dip ped twice, five to twelve days apart— in an arsenical solution of standard strength, under the supervision of an inspector of the United States Bu reau of Animal Industry for inter state shipment, and by State Inspec tors on movement within the State, at all seasons of the year, which have been examined and certified to be free of infection by said inspector, may be shipped or moved to points outside of the quarantined area in the State of Mississippi at any time. Provided, that such cattle shall not be exposed to infection after the second dipping, and when shipped shall be handled m clean and disinfected cars. Provided, however, that cattle originating in, any area quarantined on account of Texas fever, and in which the work of tick eradication is not being con ducted, may be shipped for immedi ate slaughter to Natchez, Mississippi, and when shipped to this point the •following rules shall be observed: (a) Facilities must be maintained for handling and transferring cattle from the cars or landings to the stock pens or slaughter houses without passing them over the public high ways. (b) Cattle shall be shipped only by rail or boat, and the cars or boats in which said cattle are shipped shall bear placards on each side stating that said cars or boats contain south ern cattle, and the waybills and other papers regarding the shipment shall be so marked. (c) On arrival at destination, or when unloaded to be fed or watered, or for other purposes, such cattle shall be placed in pens plainly mark ed, “Quarantined Pens,” and used only for Southern cattle. There shall be a space not less than ten feet wide be tween such quarantine pens and ad joining areas used for cattle from the non-quarantined areas, which space shall not be occupied by cattle and shall have on each side a tight board fence not less thiui six feet high. (and) The card and boats used to transport such flattie, and also the chutes, alleyways and pens not re served for the extrusive use of such cattle shall be cleaned and disinfected in the following manner: As soon as possible after unloading and before they are again used to store or shelter animals or merchandise, remove all itter and manure. This litter and manure shall be burned or disinfected by mixing- it with lime or saturating* it with a 5 per cent solution of 100 per cent carbolic acid; wash the in terior surface of the cars and water ing and feeding troughs with water until clean: Saturate the entire in terior of the cars, including the in ner surface of the car doors, and the feeding troughs, chutes and floors of the pens with a mixture made with li pounds of lime and 4 pound of 100 per cent carbolic acid to each gallon of water, or with a solution made by dissolving four ounces of chloride of lime to each gallon of water. Regulation 5. Members of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board, or an in spector commissioned by said Board, shall issue official quarantine notices to all persons owning or having in charge cattle, horses, mules or asses infested with fever ticks, margaropus Annulatus (Boophilus Annulatus), in counties of this State in which the work of tick eradication is being con ducted. Such quarantined cattle, horses, mules, or asses shall not be moved from the field, pasture, lot, stable, or enclosure in which they are quarantined, except by special permis sion in written or printed form signed by a member of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board or an agent or in spector commissioned by said Board, after being treated in accordance with the regulations governing the move ment, disinfection, and handling of cattle, provided, however, that any in spector commissioned by the State Live Stock Sanitary Board shall be authorized to issue permits for the movement of such animals to the dip ping vats for the purpose of d.sinfee tion. Regulation 6. No person, company or corporation owning or having in charge any cattle in any quarantined area or region of the State in which the work of tick eradication is being conducted shall permit them to run at large ©r stray w any public road, or deliver for transportation, or receive for shipment such cattle, except when accompanied by a permit signed by a member of Tie State Live Stock Sani tary Board or an agent or inspector commissioned hy said Board, and a duplicate of every permit granted must be forwarded immediately to the Secretary of said Board. Regulation 7. No cattle from the quarantined area of other states or any cattle, horses, mules, or asses, infested with ticks, Margaropus An nulatus (Boophilus Annulatus), shall be transported, driven or allowed to drift from any other state into any county in the State of Mississippi, except in accordance with the pro visions outlined in Regulation 4 of the Regulations of this Board. Regulation 8. No horses, mules, or asses, infested with ticks, Margaropus Annulatus (Boophilus Annulatus), shall be moved from the quarantined area of this State into any county in this State which has been released from quarantine or in which the work of tick eradication is being con ducted. Regulation 9* No person owning or having in charge any cattle infested with or exposed to the infestation of ticks, Maragaropus Annulatus (Boo i ! i BAY SAINT LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1917. philus Annulatus), shall fail to dip all such cattle (after being notified to do so by a member of th© State Live Stock Sanitary Board or an in spector commissioned by said Board), in a standard arsenical solution con tained in a dipping vat, every two weeks at the time and place desig nated by said officer or inspector, as long as the ticks remain on the cattle or the premisfes or pasture remain in fested, or the premises remain quar antined; unless the owner or person in charge receives permission from a member of the,State Live Stock Sani tary Board or an inspector commis sioned by said Board to disinfect cat tle in another manner. When quar antined cattle and. premises are free of ticks an order, releasing them from quarantine, will be issued by a mem ber of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board or an agent or inspector spe cially commissioned by said Board for this purpose. Regulation 10. Hides from tick in fested animals shall not be moved on the public roads or delivered for ship ment until ten days after being re moved, or until they have been dipped in a five per cent solution of carbolic acid, in counties or areas released from quarantine or in which the work of tick eradication is being conducted. Regulation 11. No work oxen shall move or be allowed to move from the quarantined area of Mississippi into any county in the free area of Mis sissippi, or in which the work of tick eradication is being conducted, except as hereinafter provided; Such oxen shall be free of ticks and shall be dipped in standard arsenical solution under the supervision of a State Live Stock Inspector or an In spector of the Bureau of Animal In dustry, either at the point of origin, en route, at the. railroad unloading point, or in a dipping vat located on the inter-county line at the point of entry and approved by the State Live Stock Sanitary Board, and they shall not occupy the pastures or range at any time and shall only be allowed on the public roads during the time they are actually at work. A special cer tificate shall be issued by the Inspec tor supervising the dipping of such work oxen done under the provisions of this regulation, before movement to premises in the area mentioned herein can be made. Said certificate shall become void after 14 days from date of issue. Regulation 12. The establishment of stations in fgree areas, or in areas doing the actual work of tick eradica tion, where cattle from the quaran tined areas can be cleaned of ticks and shipped to free areas, is author ized. Said stations to be approved and lo cated by the State Live Stock Sani tary Board at important railroad centers and where convenient for the purpose intended, and shall be ad jacent to yailroad tracks or boat land ing so that cattle may be Unloaded direct into the pens without passing over the public highways or other free areas. Such stations shall be built and maintained without cost to the State Live Stock Sanitary Board, and cattle occupying the same shall be entirely at owners’ risk and ex pense. Such stations shall be provided with a regulation dipping vat, kept filled with standard arsenical solution; also with pens of required size, with two fences, not less than ten feet apart, strong enough to resist all stock, the neutral area between fences to be kept clear of all stock at all times. Cattle shall be transported to said stations from the quarantined area only in cars or boats bearing placards, “Southern Cattle.” Such cattle shall be considered and handled as quar antined until released by certificate from inspector in charge. On arrival of quarantined cattle at said stations they shall be dipped in arsenical solution of standard strength and held for not less than five days, or more than twelve, and dipped again, both dippings to be un der tVe supervision of a United States Bureau of Animal Industry Inspector or an Inspector commissioned and ap pointed for this purpose by the State Live Stock Sanitary Board. After the second dipping they shall be en titled to a certificate warranting their removal to free areas in accordance with regulations of the United States Bureau of Animal Industry, Depart ment of Agriculture. The only means of egress from such stations shall be by means of a gate located at the dip ping pen so that cattle after being rendei’ed non-infectious may be re turned without being exposed to re infection. Such gate shall be kept locked and the key retained in the possession of the inspector in charge. Location of dipping stations: Me ridian, Grenada, West Point, Stark ville. Natchez, Canton, and Columbus. Stations are also authorized to be es- I SPECIAL Excursion T O Mosteagle and Sewanee, Tenn. And Return From Bay St. Louis $16.85 Ticket Sold July, 6,7,13,21 and August 3,6, 9, 16, 17 Information See Ticket Agent. $200,000 SEA WAIL BOND PROPOSITION TO BECOME REALITY. Bay St. Louis Voters Show Their Approval For Im provements By 3 to 1 .■I ■ *** A SPLENDID VICTORY. The Vote—lBs For and 62 Against. Election Was Held In Conformity With Ruling of Supreme Court. —Will Make Bonds Valid. Saturday’s special municipal election to determine whether or not the city of Bay St. Louis could issue bonds in the amount of $200,000-000 for sea wall pur poses was carried by a vote of 8 to 1. This election was held in conformity with a recent decision of the Supreme ‘Court, which said in its ruling that the city had pursued the proper course in its actions towards the proposition, but the matter would, in order to be valid, have to be accepted by the people at the polls, and to carry a two-thirds vote would be necessary. Result of the election, 185 for and 62 against. The vote by wards is as fol lows : Ward I—For, 72; against, 33; total vote, 105- Ward 2—For, 32; against, 14; total, 46. Ward 3—For, 51; against, 8; total 59. Ward 4—For, 30; against, 7; total 37. In proportion to the figures herewith given it will be noted Ward 8 made the best showing (or the proposition, while Ward 1 gave the biggest adverse vote. Managers of the election: P. Pem. Dayis, chairman; W. H. McDaniel and Frank Taconi. Clerks, Luther Ansley, Jasper Davis and Ernest Meyer, THE FOURTH AT KILN. Jordan River Lumber Co* Is A Great Benefactor. The greatest social event among the Negroes in Hancock county was the celebration of the Fourth of July at Kiln. The Good Citizens’ League of that busy and prosperous community on the banks of Jordan river, an organiza tion backed by the Jordan River Lum ber Company, entertained upward of 1500 or 2000 people. The main features were the old-fashioned barbecue and speaking by two of the leading Negroes of the race, Rev. I. W. Crawford, 8.5., Prentiss, Miss.; Rev. C. K. Brown, D. D., Asheville, N. C. It was a great gathering and the weather propitious, and not one untow ard incident occurred throughout the day to reflect on the order of so large a number, but, on the contrary, proved that the colored citizenry of this sec tion were law-abiding and peace-loving people, who play when they played and work when they worked. At the close of the celebration the following resolutions were offered and unaimously adopted: Whereas, The Colored Good Citizens’ League, of Kiln, Miss., under authori ty of the Jordan River Lumber Com pany, gave a great celebration at Kiln on the Fourth day of July, 1917, for the enjoyment of the colored people of Hancock and adjacent counties; and Whereas, such large and ample pro visions were made for, both transporta tion and entertainment; be it Resolved, That we, the Colored Citi zens’ League of Hancock and adjacent counties, extend a vote of thanks to the Good Citizens* League for its excellent' management of this great celebration, and especially to the Jordan River Lum ber Company, under management of Messrs. F. W. and C, J. Pettibone, which made it possible for such an oc casion, And be it further resolved, That we pledge our moral support to the Good Citizens’ League, and our loyalty to the Jordan River Lumber Company. H. H. LOWE, G. W, BROWN, J. E. HOLMES, Committee. tablished at Cleveland, Florence, Greenville, Holly Springs, Jackson, Okolona, Vicksburg, and other points will be considered as applications are made by the Board of Supervisors a; future meetings of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board. Regulation 13. The maximum charge for disinfecting cattle at au thorized disinfecting stations shall be ten cents per head for 1-ss than car | load lots and five cents per head for I car load lots for each dipping, and I twenty-five cents per head per day for [feed, water and care. The owner to ! have the privilege of providing his I own feed and caring for his own eattle. Regulation 14. Cars which have been used in transporting cattle of .the quarantined aua of this qr any other state, shall not be moved into any county or drea of Mississippi which has been released from quaran tine or in which the work of tick eradication is being conducted until they have been cleaned and disin fected as provided ip paragraph (and) of regulation 4, of these regulations; provided, however, that this regula tion shall not be construed to apply to cars conveying at the tirfie any shipment of cattle to points men tioned in Regulation 3 for immediate slaughter, and Regulation 4 to be rendered non-infeCtious by dipping. Regulation 15. It is the order of this Board that all inspectors while on duty as inspectors and holding commissions from this Board, are pro hibited from engaging in the business oif buying and dealing in cattle. Regulation 16. It shall be the duty of every inspector commissioned by the State Live Stock Sanitary Board to report promptly every violation of the rules and regulations occurring in his district, giving full particulars in each case, to the Secretary of said Board. Regulation 17. No person, com pany or corporation owning or. having in charge any domestic animals as cattle, horses, mules, asses, hogs, sheep or goats affected with any con tagious or infectious disease shall permit them to stray or run at large on any common or range, or to be moved on the public roads, or deliv ered for shipment, or received for shipping except upon inspection and certification of the State Veterinarian or a veterinarian appointed for breed ing or feeding purposes. Regulation 18. All cattle brought into Mississippi for use in dairies and for breeding purposes shall be accom panied by a health certificate stating that such animals are free from any contagious or infectious disease and to determine the absence of tubercu losis all such cattle over 6 months old shall be tested with tuberculin before entering the State of Mississippi, such certificates to be issued and such tests to be made by a qualified veterina rian, certified to by the State Veter inarian of the State in which the ship ment originated, or by a veterinarian of the Bureau of Animal Industry, and only such tuberculin tests shall be recognized as are recommended by the United States Bureau of Animal Industry, and certificates of such tu berculin tests, shall accompany the general health certificate and shall be forwarded to the Si ate Veterinarian of this State by the owner of the cattle or agent of the transportation company. Catle imported into this State for any other purpv.ee shall be accompanied by an affidavit of the owner certifying that they are not to be used for breeding or dairy pur poses; such certificates to be forward ed to the State Veterinarian of this State by the owner or agent of the transportation company. The use of tuberculous cows in dairies is strictly nrohibited. Regulation 19. All hoises, mules, asses, sheep, hogs, and goats brought into the State of Mississippi, shall be accompanied by a health certificate stating that such animals are free from any contagious or infectious dis ease, such certificate to be issued by a qualified veterinarian Certified to by the State Veterinarian of the state from which the shipment originated, or by a veterinarian of the United S ates Bureau of Animal Industry. Said certificate shall be attached to and accompany the shipping bill to destination of said animals. The owner of such shipment or agent of the transportation company shall for ward said certificate to the State Veterinarian of the State immediately following the arrival of the live stock at its place of destination. The State Veterinarian shall furnish qualified veterinarians and transportation com panies with blank health certificates at actual cost. Regulation 20. All domestic ani mals as cattle, horses, mules, asses, hogs, sheep, and dogs affected with any contagious or infectious disease shall be disposed cf as directed by the State Veterinarian. Regulation 21. The carcasses of any domestic animals as cattle, hor ses, mules, asses, sheep, goats or hogs, affected with an infectious or contagious disease shall be either burned or buried at least two (2) feet under the surface of the earth and covered with live lime. Barns, stalls, lots, troughs, buckets, and all places and articles that may be infected with /germs of such contagious or infec tious diseases shall be thoroughly and completely disinfected or destroyed according to the direction of the State Veterinarian or other veterinarians appointed for that purpose at the owner’s expense. Regulation 22. The State Veterin arian shall be authorized to detail competent veterinarians when neces sary to assist him in the control of infectious and contagious diseases and such veterinarians shall be paid by the County Board of Supervisors in which county the work is done, or by the owners of the diseased ani mals, the charge for such services not to exceed $15.00 for the first day and $lO.OO for each subsequent day in addition to actual expenses incur red. Such veterinarians shall be under the direction of the State Veterina rian to whom they shall report in full, and they shall consult him before making any decision in which it is necessary to destroy stock in order to eradicate the disease in question. Regulation 23. It is the order of this Board that anti-hog-cholera se rum and virulent blood for serum simultanecus injections shall be either manufactured or bought by this Board and sold to the farmers at ac tual cost. It is also the order of this Board that all anti-hog-cholera serum or virus sold in this State shall be produced under licence from the United States Bureau of Animal In dustry. In districts where the services of competent men are not available to make the serum-simultaneous inocula tions, the State Veterinarian will en deavor to furnish men to do this work, who are to be paid by the owner of the animals or the Board of Super visors of that County. This will also apply in the case of other contagious or infectious diseases under similar a- 1 =m T* * CONDENSED STATEMENT SHOWING THE CONDITION OP THE Hancock County Bank Bay St. Louis, Miss., INCLUDING ITS BRANCHES AT PASS CHRISTIAIN AND PE ARLINGTON. MISS. On June 20, 1917. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $340116.01 Overdrafts 335.19 Guaranty Fund 3000.00 Stocks, Bonds and warrants 70783.19 Banking Houses, furniture and fixtures . . . 21842.50 Other real estate 6573.64 Suspense Account . 60.43 Demand Loans secured by stocks and bonds listed on New York and New Orleans Stock Exchanges . . $ 30186.75 Cash and sight exchange .... 152408.50 $182595.25 Total $625306.21 LIABILITIES Capital 30000.00 Surplus 30000.00 Undivided profits 13528.02 $73528.02 Deposits 551761.25 Certified Checks 11.94 Dividends unpaid 5.00 Total $625306.21 - — l,l 1 I, Joseph F. Cazeneuve,Vice President and cashier of the Hancock County Bank of Bay St. Louis, Miss., do hereby certify that the foroßolnK Is a true, full and exact statement of the assets and Utilities of said bank including its branches at Pass Christian Miss., and Pearllngton, Miss on the day and date named therein. JOS. F. CAZEXEUVE. Vice President and Cashier. H. B. SPENCE CORRECT—Attest: CARL MARSHALL. Directors. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, HANCOCK COUNTY. Sworn to and subscribed before me by Joseph F. Cazeneuvo, Vice President and Cashier, this the 27th day of June A. D. 1917. I SEAL] M. E. Ansley, Notary Public, Beat No. 5. m " . ■ "■■= fTTaI 1 THEATRE || igjjj jpl MONDAY: uftW Gail Kane in “The Scarlet Oath.” Brady-made. TUESDAY: R&J Pauline Frederick in *‘Bapho.” Paramount. H ■ m Ethel Clayton and Rockcliffe Fellowes in “The ©93 Web of Desire.” Brady-made. THURSDAY: ||| Thedore Roberts in “The Circus Man.” Paramount ftWJQ FRIDAY Francis Nelson and Arthur Ashley in “What ©93 Happened At 22.” Brady-made. ||| SATURDAY: Wallace Reid and Myrtle Stecdman in “The Prison m Without Walls.” Also A Comedy. Paramount. if circumstances. NOTE—The term, “catole,” used in these regulations, means calves, year lings, heifers, ocws, steers, oxens and bulls. RESOLUTION Whereas, experience resulting from five years’ active work in tick eradi cation in the State of Mississippi has clearly demonstrated the fact that, to do effective and economical work, the sympathy and co-operation of the peo ple is essential. This co-operation can best be had by a system of education. Education is quickly accomplished by demonstration; therefore, be it, Resolved, That the policy of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board for the State of Mississippi in the future be, to require at least six months’ preparatory work in the county be- I fore considering the placing in force of rules and regulations and begin ning ckan-up work. And that before placing in force thece Rules and Reg ulations, the State Live Stock Sani tary Board require of each county de i siring to take up the work, to hold an election and with sufficient time and publicity as to the purpose of said election, to allow every qualified elec tor to express himself by ballot as to his desires in the matter, and that a majority of those voting must cast their ballots for the work. Approved May 12, 1913. CERTIFICATION The foregoing is a true and correct copy of the rules and regulations of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board ; effective on and after September 15, 1915, as passed in regular session and appearing upon the minutes of said Board: Attest: H. E. BLAKESLEE, Chairman. .“Enoch BARNETT, Seueteiy. ■mommhhmmmwm * THE ECHO'S * Job Printing Department b Complata tad Up>to-Oata POWER EQUIPPED TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR. N0.28 (Professional Carbs DK. C. L. HORTON, Physician and Surgeon, Office: GEX BLDG., Main t , Hour* 10 to 11 A. M. and 4toS P. M Telephone 82 Residence—Carroll avenue, Phone 82. * GEX & WALLER, ATTORNEYS-AT-L AW, Will practice in all civil matters in all State Courts and in ail matters in the General Courts in Mississippi. DR. J. Q. FOUNTAIN, Physician and Surgeon, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Residence in Carroll avenue. Tele phone 142. Office in Hancock Cos. Bank Bldg. Hours, 10:30-12 M. 4-6 P. M. DR. J. A. EVANS, DENTIST,: Office;—ln Hancock County Dank Building. Hours froa 8 ▲. M. to 5:30 P. Jd. BAT ST. LOTTia. MISS ROBERT L. GENIN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Office—Genio Bldg., Main Street, BAY ST. LOUIS. MIBB.