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NEW IMPROVEMENTS FOR CITY
On yesterday the R. W. Webb ad ministration closed and signed con tra ts for the building of the entire City Sea Wall and SOLD THE BONDS. The contract for PAVING MAIN STREET was also awarded yesterday. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, HANCOCK COUNTY. The State of Mississippi, Hancock County. Be it remembered that a regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors was begun and and holden in and for said County and state, at the Court house thereof, in the City of Bay St. Louis, on the first Monday of February, 1922 f same being the 6thd ay of said month, and the time and place of holding said meeting. There being present to-wit: H. S. Weston, president; Jos. L. Favre, Jos. Moran, Calvin Shaw, W. E. Thigpen, members; E, Van Whitfield sheriff; A. A. Kergosien, clerk. Ordered by the Board that the report of the County Health Officer be received and ordered filed. Ordered by the Board that the Sheriff’s report of prisoners be re ceived and ordered filed. Ordered by the Board that the report of the County Agent be re ceived and ordered filed. Ordered by the Board that the followng amounts be allowed and paid out of the following fund: A. L. Stokoe, two tons coal, $22; W. L. Bourgeois, oil, 75c; W. L. Bourgeois, soap, 84c W. L. Bour geois, axle grease, 90c; Dr Wm. Cain vat inspector, $131.75; Sea Coast Echo, publishing notices, $36.45; Thomas Rishton, repairing vats, S2O; A. A. Kergosien, fertilizer (cash ad vanced) $1; Jos. O. Mauffray t mdse. $12.90; S. F. O’Neal, salary $200.00; Peerless Oyster Cos., ice, $3; Sam Ladner, salary, $33.35; Sam Breard, salary, SSO; A. A. Kergosien, salary, circuit clerk, $66.67; A. A. Kergos ien, salary, chancery clerk, $270.83; A. G. Favre, salary, $100; Dameron- Pierson Cos., chair cushions, $122.84; Beach Drug Store, mdse, $8.05; E. J. Pergosien, salary, $125.00; E. J. Gex, salary, $75; A. A. Kergosien, stamps, $7.40; F. C. Bordages, sal ary, $125; Jos. F. Cazeneuve, insur ance premiums, $420.25; J. H. Syl vester, filling vats, $44; Henry La- Fontai labor 3 days, $4.50; Arthur Haniel. leaning vats, $44; James- A . \ , mdse. $10.59; A. Buratini ov. i om ? on tax receipt, $3.65; L. \. doMcntluzin, mdse. $21.10; Bos ton pho Store, shoes:,>s6.so; Mrs. E. iV ; f , blanket, $6.50; E. Heitz mr.' ii airing roof of courthouse sls. i /an Whitfield, conveying prisoner; ,o Logtown, $4; Olus M. Bourgeoi wood, $3; Mrs. E. Van Whitfield, salary, $100; Jos. V. Bon temps, sa ry, $156.25; E. Van Whit field, sala -, $320; Jos. V. Bontemps victualing irisoners, s9l. Whereas, at the December meeting f the Boa and of Supervisors an order was passe< directing the Clerk of this Board fto advertise for bids for all funds elonging to the County, including uch funds collected by the Sheriff anl Tax Collector that did not belong to the funds for which other depositories have qualified, And, wh reas, at the January meeting is appeared that through an error in the advertisement for said bid that the said advertising was de fective, and the Clerk of this Board was ordered and directed to re-ad vertise for said bods for the Febru ary meeting, and Whereas, advertisement was then made as by law provides and notice sent to all banks provided by statute, and Whereas, the said clerk in pur suance of said advertisement did proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for the right to keep the deposit of all funds belong ing to the County, including the funds collected by the Sheriff and Tax Collector that did not belong to the funds for which other deposi tor]*' have qualified, and after sun dry bids the bid of the Hancock County Bank for two (2) per cent on dary balances, for said funds be ing the highest and best bid, and it appending that it was to the best in terest of the County to accept said bid, and the Clerk having reported to this Board in open his action in said sale, the Board having consider ed said bid of the Hancock County Bank, and finding that it was the best and highest bid, it is therefore ordered; that the said bid of the Hancock County Bank for two (2) per cent on daily balances for all funds belonging to the County and for the funds collected by the Sher iff and Tax Collector that did not belong to the funds for which other depositories have qualified, that said bid accepted be and is in effect from the present time up to the January, 1923 meting, or until such time as a successor to said depository shall be appointed, and upon the making of the bond in such amount and in the manner provided for by law. The said Hancock County Bank shall be and is hereby declared the County Depository. All members excepting H. S. Weston voted in favor of said motion, and the said H. S. Weston because of his connection with the Hancock County Bank, refused to take part in said matter. ..■■■ i. 11 ■ , It appearing that the Clerk of this Board as per instructions issued to him advertised for sale for three weeks in a public newspaper printed and issued with a general circulation in Hancock County the sale of a pub lic road between Wave land and Clearmont Harbor as per plans and specifications on file, and Whereas, the Clerk reported that the said road was sold by him to Albert Garcin, pursuant to said ad vertisement, for the sum of $2,900, and the Board considered such mat ter. It is ordered that said bid be ac cepted and contract alloted on his furnishing bond in amount of his bid. It appearing that Clerk of this Board as per instructions issued to him, advertised for sale for three weeks in a public newspaper printed and issued and with a general circu lation in Hancock County for a ferry boat landing as per plans and specifications and file, and Whereas, the Clerk reported that the said ferry boat landing bid was sold by him to W. W. Hammons, pursuant to said advertisement, for the sum of $4940.00 and Board con sidered said matter. It is ordered that said bid be ac cepted and contract alloted on his furnishing bond in amount of his bid. It appearing that Clerk of this Board as per instructions issued to him advertised for the sale for three weeks in a public newspaper printed and issued and with a general circu lation in Hancock County the sale of the keepership of the County Poor House at Gainesville, and Whereas, the Clerk reported that the said keepership was sold by him to John Schulthiea for the sum of $27.50 and the Board considered the matter. It is therefore ordered that said bid be accepted and contract alloted in his furnishing bond in the sum of SIOO.OO. Ordered by the Board that the Board adjourn until tomorrow morn ing at 9 a. m. H. S. WESTON, Pres. TUESDAY MORNING— Board met pursuant to adjourn ment, present as on yesterday with the exception of H. S. Weston, ex cused. It appearing that at the December meeting of the Board an order w T as passed providing for Jos. L. Favre, to sign a contract for County with J. A. deMontluzin, and whereas it appears that the said DeMontluzin suggested same changed in said con tract, and whereas, Jos. L. Favre, could not agree to said changes with out approval of the Board, and Whereas, the matter was fjilly considered by the Board. It is therefore ordered that Jos. L. Favre, for and on behalf of said County be and is directed to sign for and on behalf of Hancock County the following agrement: State of Mississippi, Hancock County. This agreement entered into by and between Hancock County, here inafter, for convenience sake, called party of the first part, and Rene de Montluzin, hereinofter, for conven ience sake, called party of the second part, witnesseth: Party of the second part in con sideration of the condition hereinaf ter mentioned, grants privileges unto Hancock County, the right to build a public wharf for a Ferry on the East side of Front street, opposite the street known as deMontluzin avenue, as per plat hereto attached and made a part of this contract. This grant it is understood shall be only during the life of this wharf for. a ferry or as long as used for a ferry by the county, and once the County abandons the said wharf the property reverts back to the grant ors herin of their heirs, assigns, with all the improvements thereon. The party of the second part here by grants unto the party of the first part all of the property on the east side of Front street, directly in front of said deMontluzin avenue, as per plat hereto attached and made a part of this contract to be used only for said wharf for said ferry. In consideration of the above par ty of the first part agrees to add to the said wharf to be built a three foot passage way for party of the second part, his guest or parties that party of the second part shall per mit to use said three-foot wharf, that is said addition or three-foot walk is to be built on the south side of the proposed wharf and is to run out fi distance of 200 feet from the present sea wall and is to be espara ted from the wharf to be used for a ferry I y a railing or separated in some way in fh*' discretion of the County aid it is understood that partrs vfch •? the said three-foot wh rf is to no* in any way interfere v. ith tin us-* of the said Ferry in any way. parly rf the second part be ing further given the right to put a bathhouse nexv to said three foot wharf addttg for his use and said wharf is net to interfere with the use of said vharf for ferry in any way * In case of loss or destruction of said wh rf bj party of the first part is hereby given the right to re build within a reasonable time, which for the purpose of this4(cantract is understood to be one yelfr, that is, one year in which to begin the re building of said wharf, under the same conditions and terms as here in Mentioned, and the rights to the land herein leased is not to revert to the grantors until the County aban dons the said place as a ferry land ing. Party of the first part is further given the right to use all of the said land directly in front of said de Montluzin avenue for ingress and egress to said wharf and is given the riparian right to said property. Witness our signatures this the 4th day of February, A. D., 1922. HANCOCK COUNTY. By Jos. L. Favre. RENE DeMONTLUZIN. ALFRED DeMONTLUZIN. State of Mississippi, Hancock County. Personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority in and for the aforesaid County and State, the above-named J. A. DeMontluzin and Rene DeMontluzin and Jos. L. Favre, president protein of the Board of Supervisors of Hancock County, who signed said instrument for and on behalf of said Hancock County and as the act and deed of said County, and all the parties severally acknowledged to me that they sign ed and delivered the said instrument on the day and year that it bears date. Given ,under my hand and Seal of office this the 4th day of February, A. 8., 1922. A. A. KERGOSIEN, (SEAL) Chancery Clerk. Ordered by the Board that the following amounts be allowed and paid out of the General County Fund as per bills on file, examined and approved, to-wit: J. A. Breath fees in case No. 5343, 5395, 5396, 5399, $17.75; The Sea Coast Echo, printing for superinten dent of education, $10; The Sea Coast Echo, printing for Assessor’s office, $5.15; The Sea Coast Echo, printing for Clerk, $56.80; The Sea Coast Echo, printing for Board of Supervisors, $118.50; The Tucker Printing Company, tally sheets,s3.29 A. L. Stokoe, lights, $19.28; Theo. Nicaise, refilling vats, s2l; Alphonse Cuevas, cow claim, sls; Lemuel Cuevas, cow claim, sls; Merchants Bank, insurance, $452.70; A. L. Stokoe, one ton coal, $11; Foote- Davis Cos., one record book, $75.00; Bay Mercantile Company, supplies, $14.90; L, A. DeMontluzin, pencils, etc., $1; A. A. Kergosien, fertilizer and drayage, $2; W. A. McDonald, excess No. 2, ’2l, $16.34; E. J. Gex, excess No. 32 f ’2l, $10.09; W. A Mc- Donald, excess No. 85, ’2O, $28.60; R. L. Genin, excess No. 11, ’2l, $14.96; John Schulthies, keeper of County Poor House, $33.75; F. Fuente, state vs. Frank Moran $2.50 A. Depreo, state vs. Frank Moran, $6.65. Ordered by the Board that the following amount be allowed and paid out of the Road and Bridge Fund as per bills on file, examined and approved, to-wit: A. J, Bilbo, 1-12 contract, $325; W. G. Thigpen, 1-12 contract, $341; W. A. Whitfield, 1-12 contract, Francis Shaw, 1-12 contract, $375; W. G. Thigpen, labor on bridges, $6; Gaston Lee labor 6 days, $9; Simon Ladner, pu|ling stumps on Anner road, $10,20; W. T. Holden, labor 6 1-2 days, sl3; Frank Cuevas, labor 4 1-2 days at Bayou Coco, $26.75; W. T. Holden, labor 10 1-2 days at $2.50 per day, Bayou Coco, $26.25; H. B. Nelson, labor, 4 days at $2.00 at Bayou Coco, $8; Manuel Haas, labor, 8 3-4 days at Bayou Coco, $17.50; Vernon Haas, labor 9 1-2 days at Bayou Coco, $18.50; Lewis Johnston, labor 5 3-4 days at Bayou Coco, $11.50; T. S. Cuevas, labor 6 3-4 days at Bayou Coco, $13.50; A. J. Lott, nails, $6.77; Theodore Ni caise, team hire, 5 days, S2O; A. J. team hire, 2 1-2 days, $12.50; Aristide Hode, labor on Orphan Creek bridge, $33; McLeod & Joyner, 1827 feet lumber, $54.81; A. J. McLeod bridge tender and oil, $35.40; August Taconi, 21 days la- BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1922. A CARD TO THE VOTERS OF WARD 1. Wm. H. Starr, candidate Tor Aider man from Ward 1, wishes to an nounce that while he is actively en gaged in his campaign for election to the office to which he aspires, that in the event he should fail to see everyone of the voters, it will be through no lack of concern. He sol icits the vote of every lady and gen tleman residing in the Ward. Mr. Starr is pre-eminently fitted to represent the people of his Ward for his private business pursuit .brings him skCM>st daily in every nook and corner and he is acquainted, not only with man, woman and child, but with' every condition and situation in the ward. Thus Mr. Starr says he is thoroughly equipped to represent the people. In addition to being and generally esteemed, Mr. Starr is connected with numerous organi zations of this city, and an officer in nearly every one. This attests to his ability and popularity. He is active, wide-awake, and al ways up and doing. He has frequent ly been termed a veritable “live wire.” He is not only dynamic in action but observant. Having serv ed on the Board of Mayor and Al dermen during a former term, his experience as a member of that Board will stand him in good stead. He asks the voters to give his can didacy their most serious and favor able consideration, and, if elected, says their confidence will not be misplaced. bor @>53.25, $68.25; Leo Chaione, labor 20 days at $2.2-5, $45; Asa La fontain 19 days labor at $2.25, $42.75; Claud Monti, accessories, $50.81; Mrs. Rutherford, bridge ten (Board Being in Session at the time of our forms closing for this week’s publication we are obliged to continue the minutes of their regular meeting to our next issue, which will appear completely. CHANCERY SUMMONS. (No . 2507.) The State of Mississippi. To ORANGE STATON: You are hereby commanded to ap pear before the Chancery Court of the County of Hancock, in satd state, on the FOURTH MONDAY OF MAY, 1922 to defend the suit in said Court of MALVINA STATON, wherein you are a defendant. This 30th day of January, 1922. (SEAL) A. A. KERGOSIEN, Clerk. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, of Hancock County, Mississippi, will on MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1922, offer for sale to the lowest bidder at public outcry the contract for fur nishing and installing two toilets in County Jail as per plans on file in the Clerk’s Office. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A. A. KERGOSIEN, Clerk, Bay St. Louis, Miss., Feb’y 11, 1922. Hancock founig Hank, I | BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI. " | Resources Over One Million Dollars. | t “No Account Too Small to Serve.” T I The prosperity of every section I X is built around its Banks. T y f| There is no enterprise to which X 111 financial transactions are not funda- T T mental and all financial transactions T T - come sooner or later to the Bank. j* X H The Resposibility of the Bank is *. X such that if it is not faithful in the ” t performance of its duty every enter- • X prise in the community would suffer •• X to some degree. • • i. > A ‘ mm * * Y f[ The watch word of a Bank should f be, and it of THE HANCOCK II COUNTY BANK, Service, Strength, £ and Integrity. £ ft e|e * We strive to show the character I|l I I of each Director, official and em- I ' | ployee, everything connected in any 4 ' * way with the institution, to reflect <• .. the meaning of these watch words. X II * U We shall be pleased to serve you. 11 9 • * • • 4 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS 11 II AND TIME DEPOSITS. II o <> •• Your business will be appreciated. * * •• * * ifanmrk Qlmmtx} IBank Tt 11 tfII It IM ItttlFi fl f TT ,A|> * * ‘ SALARY SYSTEM FOR COUNTY IS MOST PROFITABLE. This is Proven by Statistics Over State —Hancock County Figures Show Decided Gain. —Interesting Facts and Figures. An effort is made by the Legisla ture of Mississippi now in session to place all county officials back to the fee system, after two years trial of the salary system. The move brought forth the usual number of pros and cons, an much discussion resulting. However, it is interesting to note that the salary system has proven profitable in the majority of cases. In Hancock it has proven so. The gain is considerable. The following information on the subject will be read with interest over the county, giving as it does, an insight of the county’s financial bus ness and practically at a glance. The Echo is indebted for this information to Clerk A. A. Kergosien and his ef ficent and courteous deputies, Mes src. Alphonse Favre and E. J. Ker gosien : Tax collectors commis sion on all taxes, collected, assessed for the calendar year, 1920 $ 9,342.73 Commission on all taxes collected and uncollected for the calendar year 1921 5,919.11 Amount per diem for at tending courts and Board of Supervisors saved to the County: Sheriff 364.00 Chancery Clerk 526.4)0 Circuit Clerk 150.00 All fees collected and paid into the county treas ury for the calendar years 1920-1921, exclusive of commission of taxes: Sheriff 291.75 Chancery Clerk 3,324.71 Circuit Clerk 1,304.96 Fees earned and not col lected, including fee in pending litigations, 1920 1921: Sheriff 15.00 Chancery Clerk 145.78 Circuit Clerk 76.96 County auditor’s salary saved and fees for trans cribing rolls, 1920-21 2,030.24 Salary Clerk Board of Supervisors, 1920-21 400,00 Amount of oaved tbo county under sections 2177 2178, 2179, Mississippi Code, 1906, 1920-21 288.40 Amount assessor would have received as fees for making County assessment and enumeration, 1920-21 900.00 Amount assessor would have received from State for making assessment for 1920-1921 2,530.00 Total fees collected not asked above 1920-1921 527,609.64 Salaries paid for years 1920-1921: Sheriff & Tax-Collector.s6l2s.oo Deputies 3062.50 Chancery Clerk 5583.26 Deputies 3285.78 Circuit Clerk 1600.00 Assessors 4600.00 Total amount paid for two years $24,256.00 Gain $ 3,353.10 OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN-—FEB’Y- The State of Mississippi, County of Hancock, City of Bay St. Louis. 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, February 4, at 5 o’clock, p. m. There were present: Mayor R. W, Webb, Aldermen: W. C. Sick, R. S. Blaize, Leo Blaize, L. C. Carver; City Marshal Albert Jones, Secretary S. J. Ladner. The minutes of previous meeting was read and approved. The reports of various city officers mas read, in vestigated, found correct and ap proved. The financial reports uas spread upon the minutes, the others filed. Statement for January, 1922—The Merchants Bank t City Depository. City Fund— Balance last report $ 5,408.78 February 6th, received: Interest for October, Nov ember, December, 1921 13.58 F. H. Egloff, R. W. 1248 Insol Taxes 1.62 F. H. Egloff, R. W. 1253 —taxes 10,555,04 W H McDaniel, RW 1257 —meat inspector 21.10 R. W. Webb. R. W. 1258 —fines in Mayor’s Court 10.00 Geo. Scheib, R. W. 1259 —imp. stock 5.50 16.015.62 CREDITS— By warrants to Board 1,590.62 Balance 14,425.00 16.015.62 School Fund— Balance last report 1,633.94 January 21 —Interest Oc tober, November, De cember, 1921 2.80 February 2, received: F. H. Egloff, R. W. 1250 —insolvent tax .88 F. H. Egloff, R. W. 1254 —taxes 4,967.08 The Merchants Bank RW. 1260, State Dist. 1,135.17 7.739.87 C REDITff—) By warrants to Board 01 Balance 6,226.06 7.739.87 Municipal Improvement Fund — Balance last report re mains the same 116.97 CREDITS— By warrants to Board .00 Balance 116.97 Sinking Bond Fund — Balance last report 8,851.15 February 2, received: F. H. Egloff, R. W. 1256 —taxes 4,007.62 F. H. Egloff, R. W. 1252 —insolvent taxes .88 January 21 —Interest for October, November, De cember, 1921 “Sinking” 58.33 January 21 —Interest for October, November, De cember, 1921, “Munici pal” * 59 12,913.57 CREDITS — By warrants to Board .00 12,913.57 Street Fund— Balance last report 171.17 January 21 —Interest Oct. Nov., Dec., 1921 5.09 176-26 CREDITS— By warrants to Board 17.95 Balance 158.31 176.26 Schoo} Building Fund- Balance last report 174.37 January 21 —Interest for Oct., Nov., Dec., 1921 .54 February 22, received: F. H. EglofT, R. W. 1255 —taxes *.20,89 j F. H. Egloff* R- W. 1251 —insolvent taxes ~ : 795.86 CREDITS— By warrants to Board 120.62 Balance 675.24 795.86 Bond Fund— Balance last report 257.61 January 22 —Interest for Oct., Nov., Dec., 1921 1.29 February 2, received: F. H. Egloff, R. W. 1249 —insolvent taxes .06 258.96 CREDITS — By warrants to Board 49.75 Balance 209.21 EVERY VOTE FOR R. W. WEBB Next Saturday will mean the con tinuation of one of the BEST—eco nomical, progressive and construc tive administrations in the City’s his tory. He is running on his record. IT WILL STAND THE TEST. 258.06 Colored School Fund— Balance last report 153.75 February 2—lnterest for Oct., Nov,, Dec., 1921 .77 154.52 Recapi tu la t ion— City Fund $14,425.00 School Fund 6,226.06 Municipal Improvement 116.97 Sinking Bond Fund 12,912.98 Street Fund 158.31 School Building Fund 675.24 Bond Fund 209.21 Colored School Fund 154.52 Respectfully submitted to the Honorable Board of Mayor and Al dermen of the City of Bay St. Louis this, the 3rd day of February, 1922. THE MERCHANTS BANK, City Depository. GEO. R[ REA, Cashier. Moved by Alderman R. S. Blaize, seconded by Alderman Leo Blaize and carried that Katie Turner, now in jail having served 17 days, the balance of her sentence imposed by the Mayor is hereby pardoned and suspended. Moved by Alderman W. C. Sick, seconded by Alderman R. S. Blaize and carried: “That one light be placed on Boardman Avenue, be tween B and Front Streets. Moved by Alderman W. C. Sick, seconded by Alderman R. S. Blaize and carried : “That the loans due the Merchants Bank, borrowed for current expenses be paid as follows: School Fund, $4,066.67; School Building Fund, $254.17, dated Feb ruary Ist, 1922.” The following bills were allowed, approved and ordered paid out of the following funds: City Fund — R. W. Webb, mayor salary, $25; W. C. Sick, alderman salary, $5; R. S. Blaize, alderman salary, $5; Leo Blaize, alderman salary, $5; L. C. Carver, alderman salary, $5; Albert Jones, city marshal salary, $75; W. H. McDaniel, deputy marshal salary, S4O; S. secretary salary, £. -* J, 'oriiAigwon er salary, $100; J. E. Johnston team ster No. 1, salary, $65; Joe Capde pon, teamster No, 2, salary, $65.00; Claud Monti, fire engine salary, $5; R. L. Genin city attorney salary $25; Geo. F. Scheib, salary attending sig nal lights, $5; Bay Jewelry Store, upkeep city clock, $8; Bay Mercan tile, merchandise, $7.67; Alb. Monti, repairs, $1.15; Conrad Sick, lumber, $38.37; The Bay Sea Food Company 255 bbls. shells @loc, $25.50; The Cumberland Telephone and Tele graph Company, telephone for Str. Commissioner, $2; The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company, telephone for City Marshal, $2; An drew Carver, repairs, $7.60; Liberty Garage, merchandise for city truck, $46.72; Bay Ice Light and Bottling Works, 1-2 ton coal, $5.50; The Bay Light and Bottling Works, street lights, $390.55; Monti Bros., mdse, $1.35; Alcide Labat, 30 loads sheds, @sl, S3O; Domonick Choina, board ing prisoners, $11.60; John Quill, 10 bbls. shells @ 10c, $1; Frank Ferillo, 20 bbls shells @loc, $2; Geo. Ran dolph, 70 bbls shells @loc, $7.00; Walter Maurice, 70 bbls shells @loc $7; James Taconi, 50 bbls shells @ 10c, $5; Domonick Choina, 40 bbls. shells @ 10c, $4; John Basford, labor 22 days @2’.50, $55; Ed. Payodeaux, 18 days labor @52.50, $45; Jim Collier, 18 1-2 days labor @2.50, $46.25; John January, 1 day’s labor @52.50, $2.50; Andrew Payadeaux, 18 days labor @52.50; $45; Alfred Carver, 17 1-2 days labor @ $2.50, $43.75; Fred Choina, 5 days labor @ $2.50, $12.50; Ed. Prevau, 2 days labor @25.50, $5.00; Elmer Bour geois, 11 1-2 days labor @52.50, $28.75; Emile Carvan, labor 5 1-2 days @52.50; $13.75; Louis Netto, labor 1 day @52.50, $2.50; F. H. Eg bert?, stamps for office, $1; Octave Favre, special police 3 days @52.50, $? ■ The Sea Coast Echo, printing and stationery, $15.40; S. J. Ladner, stampr and certifying to transcript, :$2-O0; Peerless Oystef Cos.. 2580 bbls shells @loc, $258.00. School Fund— T. E. Kellar, prorata salary City Superintendent, $60.37; Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company, telephone for Central School, $2.00; W. L. Bourgeois, mdse, $2.00; Beach Drug Store, mdse, $10.15; The Bay Mercantile Company, mdse, $8.31; Mary Spence, janitress salary, Cen tral school, S3O; Kate Oliver, jani tress salary Webb school, $12.50; Seymore Moitan, janitor salary Tay lor school, $10; Louis Holmes, jani tor salary, colored school, $10; The (Continued to Page Four.) 31 ST YEAR—No. 6.