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SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 Per Year to- PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920 NUMBER 8 Mi 1U I J r POINT HAPPENINGS ,,, From Our Sister City j h the Chronicle-Star IBM - Correspondent. fortnightly Club which has en ' eral seasons of literary and interests revived their meet- Thursuay. c''" -r L,1 made in previous jc.a m, . ... ,..nHnir wltih Mrs. , this nrex - lu ...... ..roll nl-tonH- m as nosiess ----- Z, r. C. Eley was In the chair P the pleasure of welcoming I ew members. General Fede , Magazine was the literary topic m meeting. Mzpah Class 01 me bowwuh. vtg delightfully entertained on ,evening at the Methodist par , Wjtu Miss Lois Ellis as hos- Rlcliaril Breetend and baby ar Wednesday from New Orleans u extended visit to her mother, B Ciriot and family. I Martha Parker and two child- motored through from Perkinston weeks end visit to her parents, ud Mrs. John ureen. jbt. Harrison of Gulfport la a of his uncle, Mr. H. 1). COU1B0J1 family. yy Griffin returned lust week Denver, where foe has spent the everal months wttn nis lainiiy. 1,6. Coulson returned last week Ipfcmville, Tenn., after an extend- lliy with relatives here. i Anita Houston, division see 0( the A. It. ('., was here In the it o( the Red Cross Chapter C. Burr and Mrs. H, MoOg ot Ut were recent guests of Mr. and t Edwin Lennep. Irs. J. ('. Howell and Miss Orpha nil were visitors to New Orleans Jsesdey. Ir. R. 11. Pitts returned Friday iroin (illness trip to St. Louis. lie was snpanied hy his bride. in. Alexander Nadeau spent lasl Itnrday In Mobile. Menus here of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Imrt regret their removal from )M Roint. Mr. Stewart has accepted position of manager of the Dantz r Lumber Co. commissary at Cedar ike, wher they will make their me. The drive for old clothe for the ties ite people of Armenia was most itlfylng in its results. Seventeen s, weighing 50 pounds each, were lected and shipped. The cloth sent liter the hags were shipped will be lined by Hie Red Cross and given III each case presents itself to the it of community. lev. and Mrs. N. R. Stone were ft-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. Breeland. Rev. Stone is eonva ilng from a recent severe attack of and pneumonia filled the Baptist Iplt Sunday. He contemplates ding a revival meeting here in the T future. Irs. D. C. Avent was a visitor to bile Saturday. 'he members of the Ladies Aid So T of the Methodist church were uantly entertained at a business i social meeting at the home of Mrs. W. Bowen on Tuesday afternoon, licious , refreshments were served the hosiers during the social hour, lias Ina Thompson was a visitor to Orleans Wednesday, fr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Wood are re ring congratulations over the ar il of another young son to brighten ir home. Tiere was present a representative uber of the members of the Civic We at the regular meeting Friday ier by Mrs. R. C. Eley who present Mrs. ('. M FuIHpv tb recently 1 thelesss, in ctetd DresidanS. Spvpral ntatters I ing association. kn j. a ...,.. inn-Q nf the i'liiteil States -Kwii.tin e were uiscusatui hkwi , " a the adopting of a town flower. Ibly the Zenia and a request that housekeepers plant them in the 1K, this adding to the beauty and rsctlveiu-ss of the yards. Mr. in has kindly consented to the use lie corner lot in Belvieu Ave for a I Park and the Red Cross in connec 1 with the league will begin at once ske it attractive. P and Mrs. Geo. Spender returiu'd ' to Mobile, after a two weeks' to Mr. and Mrs. C W. Jackson. "lesburg. where she will take a ICill IMMa . .v. v- 1 n 11 1 mm C. A. Graham was a visitor to Hi Wednesday. Mabalia Wabblington return.Ml "day to her home in Biloxi, after p to relatives here, p Annie Davis of Big Point is her brother, Mr. Albert Davis I fsmiiv. "f W. P. Dailey has returned from proved by the Council on "knives r- snd Mrs C. L. Turner. Mr. D ' "cLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar p and baby, Mr and Mrs. Vincent Torres, Miss Eva Daily and John Cir iot were among theose from here who attended the New Prospect Campmeet Ing near Vancleave Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Prouse and two children and Misses Annie and Minnie Roberts attended the New Prospect Campmeetlng Sunday. Mrs. Lillian Skinner left Saturday for Mobile, where Bhe has secured a position with Gayfer & Co. Mrs. Geo. Sherman and Mrs. Henry Pearson and young son returned Sat urday from a visit to relatives in Meridian. Miss Lottie Hyatt spent Saturday in Mobile, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Scott Denny. Mrs. B, K. Gantt, who has been visit ing relatives in Montgomery for the past two months, is expected home on Friday. Mrs. Allen Jones spent last week In Mobile with Mr. Jones, who is em ployed in the Gulf City. Mr. and Mrs. K. W, Burnham spent several days in New Orleans this week. Mrs. T. M. Williams, who has been with Mr. and Mrs. Burnham during the summer, left last Tuesday for an ex tended visit to Memphis and points in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilcox and three children were week-end visitors to Gulfport. B. D. Bpann transacted business in New Orleans Tuesday. Two canning factories 11 is reported will be established here early in Dec. The canning of fish and oysters, fruit and vegetables will be undertaken on a large scale. The Agricultural Department making an investigation of the truck ! farms of this section with a view of di recting soldiers southward. The mod el farm Of Victor & Son, near town, was visited Wednesday. Misses Estelle Wat kins and Edith Lloyd, and Messrs. Harry Ford and Snowden spent Sunday In Mobile. The fellow who thinks the world owes him a living is generally too lazy to collect it. ORDINANCE No. 35-1920. An ordinance providing for the as sessment of bunks. Whereas, the Legislature at the Ses sion of 1920 amended Section 4273 of the Code of 1906, providing for the as sessmenl of banks: and Whereas, it is the duty of municipal authorities to make assessments as provided by the ptate law: Therefore BIO IT ORDAINED by The City Council of the City of Pascagoula, Miss.: Section 1. That banks in the City of Pascagoula shall be taxed as fol lows: The President, Cashier, or other lag like duties, of each bank or haul-- tng association in this state, existing by the laws of ths state, shall delivei j acre trd(.t alu a (trip 15 ft. wide along ,,11, New Orleans and Texas to the assessor of taxes of the city, a the souul sj(e for roa,i purposes. Railroad Company, now the Yazoo and written statement on or before the L R lK. ,nfan, 41 'issis sip,.i Valley jggJ0J first day of May of each year, under Mary Bliss, enjoyed a pleas- e respective counties ' or parts of oath, ot Uu number and amount of ail alt visit t() her motnpl., Mrs. u. W. oountles from which they may be the shares of its capital stock paid in, pitTce at Mississippi City. I chosen. The term of Office of said com er if it be not a corporation or joint missioners shall be four years and stock company, then the amount of iU Qwnership, e .eleia manner capital, and of the sum of all undivi.i- circuation (te required by the hii section shall require the appoint ed prolits or surplus or accumulation Congress of Angus'. 24, 1912! tnent of a commissioner for the Louis- of any sort, constituting part of the as- Pascaqoula Chronicle-Star, j ville, New Orleans ami Texas Rail- - - " -k 7' IfTaulh pubMshed weekly at plagou,a, Mi, vlnJ cXpa real estate; and the value of such P . Missi.. ppv. q , g. TZ SUU of MississippLCounty of Jacksom or l-ided. ail of the shares of stock to the said Before me a notary public ... and readlnY Feb, 9, 1920. surplus fund or accumulation, or of the for the county and state aforesaid,! Passed by House Of RepresentaUve. . -, ,it ,i imreised shall personally came and appered (. O. se,ond reading, Feb. 10. 1920. amount ot Us C i.al , as, d sha P l)oell duly sworn i Passe,, by House Representatives orTrZ, .0 law, deposes and says; rowner thereof in the case the bankj that hf is the owner of he joint stock ! lie noi a wtl" ' company, and the taxes levied on such i 1... . IimssI linn nn the assessment muui 1 e i, - in.iir hut if tho shan's 01 ernoon. The meeting was called to of less value than par they sn; n , valued accoioiMKij. ease of such bank or bank- existing under the precisely similar amount shall N asse.-u r n,...n,i rtn. tin. ii;treli4)UU'rs :;' z assess. ,a (l,t,wl.il from the salt, hank, had it been creited under Un laws of the State of Mississippi: but each said bank and banking associa tion shall, nevertheless, be liable to pay any teaxes assessed as the agent - --'- ,,r its shan holders, and may mi, the s,me out of their individual profit account, or charge the same to their expense account, or to the ac- Htstt rvra ni ,,. m hmI of such shareholders us prop,,, .i iiu-n,.rsb in won w .... m r- - "-- Th.it this ordinance take ..tie, t and be in ton e as prov.ii,-,. ... 1,1 w. Anprove.1 Oct. 6th. 1920 F H. LEWIS Mayor 1 i t alverde. City Clerk, do . " t ' .h.t ,h.. forneoiiiL' is a ierHi criiitj "" " - - 1: ,.n. ttue correct copy i an t),t. bin.. Orleans after a three weeks visit 1920. by a unanimous vote of the coun-1 oil. Cth 1920 Witness my hand this Oct M L. VAI.VKKUb. City Clerk. REAL ESTATE IN JACKSON COUNTY Recorded in Chancery Clerk's Office For Week Ending Oct. 15, 1920. John H. Turner to G. F. Mansfield, option for 40 days on all that part of Nh of SEJ on N. side of L. & N. R, ft. in 28-7-5 containing 36 acres execpt 1 acre where his home now stands, $1,200. Great American Oil Co. to D. O. Hamby, 2 drill thacts. containing 1,000 sq. ft. each and known as Nos. 5 and 6 in block i! subdivision A. of 20 acres in NF4 of NEJ of 36-7-5, $1, etc. Great American Oil Co. to Marcus C. Adams, 1 drill tract, containing 1,000 sq. ft. and known as No. 20 in block 3 of its subdivision A. of 20 acres, in NEi of NEJ of 36-7-5, $1, etc. Michael Wells to Dudley Brooks, parcel of land 60 ft. 8 inches hy 200 ft., $60. II. F. Russell to E. S. Baltrope, SWJ of SWJ or SWJ of lot 5 in J.0-7-9 con taining about 35 acres, $175. J. C. Davidson to Mrs. Emma Ida Watts, lot 65x210 ft on Lake Ave., in City of Pascagoula Setdoine Krebs tract, $500. M. E. Jones and C, W. Jones to Win, H. Ford, 4 different tracts of land for merly owned hy W. ,1. Faulkner in 30-7-5 containing about 4 acres, $500. Dee Moak and wife to Oliver C. Mo.uk, NWJ of NBJ of 33-4-5 except two acres in N. W. corner, $1. The Lamoton Realty Co. to trustees ()f jyi t-1 li otl i t Episcopal Church South, of the Americns Circuit, lots 373-374-375-376-377-378-385-386-387-3SS, 389 and 390 In town of Hurley being a part of NWJ Of NW', of 33-4-5, $1. Lanipton Really Co. to Oscar C. Moak, Wl of SK.1 of NW", Of 28-4-5, $500. Great American Oil CI to Mrs. Florence W. Ferebee, 4 drill tracts, containing 1,00 sq. ft. each, and known as Nos. 4-5-6 and 7 in block No. 23 sub division of 20 ac res known as NJ of SEi of NE', of 36-7-6, $280. Prod L. Ltndinger to .1. B. Horn, lot and house at intersection of Griffin road and the line dividing the lands of McKay and Mclnnig, containing 7.94 acres, $05ii. Mrs. Louise R. Blodgett and L. Q. Illodgett to Mrs. Ada C. Rodrigue, that part of lots 6 and 7 of the Stephen j Becured by SWJ of NKJ of 11-7-9 less j , acre in s. E. corner of said forty) uinnKiww , a1"' "B " . . .. . . 1. ,,..i.F i 1,,,. on s, u . . -" lift JL! t lQtwl if .A rUflv na mipt uiiimt,"w,v' . r q , .iii,.,i in se.-tioll , - . 44... 1'ostai i.aws mm 1 printed on the reverse of tins lorm 10- 1- That the names and addresses - . zzr euuui. a.iu uun. - -w - Publisher C. O. Scott, Pascjgoula, Miss. Editor C. G. Scott. Pascagoula, Miss. Managing Editor C. 0. Scott. Pasca goula. Miss. Business Manager C t Sou, eas a:-oula. Miss That tlie owners are: .u,v names and addresses of individual owners, or. if a corporation, give its and Ihe names and :.ddresses of l ilSnHf owning or holding 1 per . -- . -- - , l-.ck. . . u. Him. ' f . . . - is . I '.,-,', 1 1 3 That the known lH,ndb..l,.er::. ,, and other securitiy Mi ers owninu 1 P r , ore . r iw..i i.w.r man's, or otli.T rc, unties an If Ibete ere none so slate . , .,, ,.UH,,tl:oll1l, Miss. " " .TT subs(,rjbM, MoTe me l . u. s,o' this 1st day of October. 1920. ! emu CHinSEY.Not Pub. . v .,. My commission expo" ' -- ROPOSEO AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. Office of Secretary of State, Jackson, Mies., Oct. 14, 1020. At the regular sess'on of the legis lature of the state of Mississippi, con vened In the city of Jackson on the 8th day Of January, 1020, and adjourn ed 01) the 3rd day of April, 1920, five concurrent resolutions were adopted submitting to Ihe qualified electors of the state lor ratification or rejection, at an election to be held on Tuesday, after the first Monday In November, 1920, being the 2nd of November, 1920, Amendment! to sections 170, 231, 241, 243 and 272 of the constitution of the State of Mississippi, which amendments are in words following to-wit: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION pro posing an amendment to section 170 of the state constitution, prescribing the jurisdiction of hoards of super visors over roads, ferries and bridges. Resolved by the Legislature of the State ot Mississippi. Two-thirds oi each House agreeing thereto, that the following amendment to the state con stitution be submitted to the qualified electors of the stale for ratification or rejection at an election to ba held on the first Tuesday after the first Mon day in November, 1920, viz: Amend section 170 of the state con stitution so as to read as follows: j Each county shall be divided into five districts. A resident free-holder of each district shall be selected in i lie manner prescribed by law, and the five so chosen shall constitute the board of supervisors of the county, a majority of whom may transact bush ness. 1 he hoard ot supervisors snan have only such jurisdiction over roads, ferries and bridges as may be pre scribed by the legislature, to be exer- clsed in accordance wun sucn regula tions as the legislature may prescribe; and perfo-m such ether duties as may be reuuired by law. The clerk of the chancery court shall be the clerk of the board of supervisors. PaSseu House first reading FebrU ary 3, 1920. Passed 1 louse . second reading Feb ruary 4, 1020. Passed House third readln Pebru March March March ary 1920. Passed Senate lsl reading, reading roadlng I 4, 1920. Passed I 6, 1920. Passed Senate 2nd Senate 3rd 6, 1920. A COXCCRItENT RESOLUTION, to amend section 231 of the constitu tion of the state of Mississippi so as to provide for the election or levee commissioners, and to lix their term of office. Resolved by the legislature ot the State of Mississippi, two-thirds of the House of Representatives and the Senate agreeing thereto: That ihe following amendment to the constitution of the state of Mis sissippi be submitted to the qualified electors at. an election to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Mon day in November, A.D., 1920, viz: Amend section 231 of the constitu tion of the state ot Mississippi so that It will read as follows: . ,,ommissinn. h " " t'tiie commissioner for the third reading. - U. Mar. 10, 1, reading, reading, reading rasseu uj .j;,. ui ,,., ,, lieu. j s,.nate third 1 Mar 1, I roNCURRBNrr RESOLI TION amend section 241 of the Btate con stituMon so as to extend like suf frage to male and female inhabi tants of the state 01 nmuimw Prov.de Equal Suffrage; Constitu- tiona Amendment. n i imhIimI bv the legislature ol the state Of Mississippi, two-thlrdl ot each II. use agreeing thereto, that the tOUowiai amendment to the state con-1 Utatlon be submitted to t; allfied electors of the state lor rami,.,, -reloctlon at an election to be held on T....-,v- :iflpr the Inst Moll- 55T ' :. ." v.. ...'.:, 11:n vii: ' ., A,en,I section 241 of th.- COMtlt Hon so that it will read as follow.: i-sv -la Af this state." SUSS or f"em: le. except and Indians no: taxed! wb, is a eftUat of the ,t,teJ ( m twen.y-one years old and P t,,, hu, r-.,no,i in iii' hmmui. and oneyear in tlie eiec.uu - er ' larv. theft, arson, ocianiu.s ,,.,,.- undr false pretenses, penary. Sirgwry, embezzlement, or bigamy and TZ " -,, ... ,, . . i....... t,a.n l(. ,liv reouiled ,11' v unci iu .w.,., which nil. i . - .... uf him or her. and wnic.i m or has had an opportunity of paying ac- cording to law. for .he two preceding .... ,nH hn st.all oroduce to tne d.sinci. or ... ... ...w.,....... - town ln hi I .nd who it en ne or ... ' v and who is duly registered a "- vided in this article and no ,.. never been convicted ot bribery, burs officers holding the election satisfac tory evidence that he Or she has paid said taxes, is declared to be a quali fied elector; but any minister of the gospel In charge of an organized church and members of his or her family actually residing wit it him or her shall be entitled to vote after six months residence in the election dis trict, it otherwise qualified. Passed first reading in House of Representatives, Jan. 27, 1920. Passed second reading In House of Representatives, Jan. 28, 1920. Passed third reading in House of Representatives, Jan. 29, 1920. Passed first reading in Senate Feb. 4, 1920. Passed second reading in Senate Feb. 5, 1920. Passed third reading in Senate Feb. 6, 1920. A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION to amend section 243 of the state con stitution so as to impose a uniform poll tax upon the male and female inhabitants of tile state of Missis sippi. To provide for uniform poll tax; con stitutional amendment. Be it resolved, by the legislature of the state of Mississippi, two-thirds of each House agreeing thereto, that the fnlinwlns amendment to the state con stitution be submitted to th.9 qualified elect irs of the state for ratification or rejection at an election to bo held on the first Tuesday alter ine nrsi Mon day in November. 1920, viz: Amend section 243 of the constitu tion so that it will read as follows: SECTION 243. A uniform poll tax of two dollars, to be used In aid of common schools and for no other pur j pose js hereby imposed on every in- habitant, of this state, male or female between the ages of twenty-one a.id sixtv years,. except persons who are de.lf am) dumb, or blind, or who an maimed by loss of hand or foot; said tax to be lien only upon taxable prop Tl,,. IwmrH tt kh niu-vlmirs tf nnY county may, for the purpose of nidi the common schools in that county, Increas e the poll tax In said county, iLeed r:,,v'l s lars on each poll. No criminal pro ceedlngs shall be allowed to enforce the collection of the poll tax. Passed 1st reading IS Hous of Rep resentatives, Jan. 27. 1920. Passed 2nd reading in House of Rep resentatlves Jan. 28, 1920. Passed 3rd reading in House of Rep resentatives Jan. 29, 1920. Passed 1st reading in Senate, Feb. 4, 1920. afassed 2nd reading in . Senate, Feb. sri 920. Passed 3rd reading in Senate Feb. 6, 1920. A CON'Ot'RRENT RKSOLUTION to amend section 272 of the state con stitution wllh reference to pensions of Confederate soldiers and sailors and widows of such soldiers and Bailors. SECTION 1. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State ot Mississippi, two-thirds of the members of each house concurring there'n, that section 272 of ihe state constitution be anf the same is hereby amend, d so as t. read as follows: SUCTION 272. The legislature sha! j nrovida b law for pensions to Cnnfed erate eoldlerl and sailors who r-al's! and honorably served in the l ite civi war ar.,1 who are row resident la fa! State. Pensions shall also le allowe, to the widows or such soidkrs jr s : ors now dead on conditions to re pri scribed by Irw. reaslofcs s'uli te 1 lowed to the wives of such soldi Mr, md s.: 11 rs :.ow living upon tiie deat. of the husbands on conditions to h prescribed bjr law, but pe so;.', f.aa d to such widows shall cense upc their subsequent inarilfgo, SECTION 2. That tiiis am -ulai to tb1 ronstitutlon be submitted to th; ,nal:fied ele-tors of the s'ate for rat llcatton or rejection at an election to be hetd i th first Tuesday sl;er th: .irst ....ay . ord.in: B "' t-. Navem' er, in ac ?e'Io i :73 of tiu state fasSfd IIOWS first re J 17. 1320. Pais .1 Bouse second reading IS, 1920. Passed House third reading 19. 1920. i'-... ,. I Senate first reading Hit Mar- 25. 19:'0. Vh .-: mI Senate .second reading Marc WISH j Passed Senate third reading MafW to 2'-. nr .; MhiMj a,i fi All'I 'I, s.tl,,. ,a be submitted as required by sect MS. J7t! el Ihe state constitution. Given under my hand and the Greai St (f tlie Male Dl i t lth da, 0 tober. WW. s, . retary of st uv ! . NON RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4101. Tlie state of Mississippi . .... b. ...1 l):,niel Brooks: to ion I-OIUIIO, ,'..'. .. ... 'ii.ne ii i,e- ' , , r the County forel'!' l'U , ' ,, Bttt. on the ol .lacks..!, m said Mat. , THIRD MONDAY OF M uu-shmv A n 1820 t(, tWU'W tM sit i" sam wheiein Herein court of Ml BWI et a 1 ,,,. defendants, ami ill II II V seek a partition of the I fully .. ,,,,,, lads as .s All that sr. - the m, . . .,..., , . ......... 11 i,,nu (,as sil. of Market irer. s, West corner of the 1-'" or b ,., ,,,.,. runn nig -ouin dj 1 .., , ,h, , inargiin f Market '..f , ..;,.., tsi strpet to a post; ii.eu" .u hundred 12201 feet to a post. thence (60 feet to a , running ii, ,i rh post is on ihe boundary. - . M. .hen,.e I line o. ,w,,u said Ed . , aiong the line ot the ward Dunn's lot two hundred (220) feet to a post In the edge of Market Street, the place of beginning. Said lot being the same purchased by Dudley Brooks from Maurice Gulchard and wife February 4th, 1867. All situated in City of Pascagoula, Jack son County, Mississippi. This 12th day of October, A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Chancery Clerk. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4108. The State of Mississippi. To Lucile Victor: You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Jackson in said State on the THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1920, to defend the suit in said court of A. H. Victor, wherein you are a defendant. This 19th day of October, A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4109. The State of Mississippi. To Ernest Turner: You are commanded to appear be- I fore the Chancery Court of the County I of Jackson in said State on the I THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1!)20, to defend the suit in said court of Alena Turner, wherein you are a defendant. This 19th day of October, A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk. NON RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4110. The State of Mississippi. To Alwine Lina Haupt: You are commaned to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of j Jackson in said State on the THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. ! 1!)20i t0 uefen( the suit In said court U m y0U are . a fendant. j This 19th day of October, A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4113. The State of Mississippi. To Loronzo Florence: You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Jucksou in said State on the THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. 1920, to defend the suit in said court of Eva Mae Florence, wherein you are a defendant. This 21st day of October A. D. 1920. 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4112. The State of Mississippi. To Alphonso Seyman: You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Jackson in said State on the THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER A. j D. 1920, to defend the suit in said court of Olivia Seyman, wherein you are a defendant. This 21st day of October A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4100. ; The State of Mississippi. To The Lyon Company and to The Union Trust Company, Chicago, Illinois: You are commanded to appear be fore the" Chancery Court of the County Of Jackson in said State ON THE THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER, A. 1). 1920 to defend the suit in said court of S. R. Ratlitt, wherein you aie defendants, and wherein Compl,'!nant seeks a confirmation of his title to NWJ of SWi of Section 2S Township 5 South, Rarge 7 West, rs is fulb set out In bill on file. This 28th day of September, A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Jackson, Miss., August 31, 1920. ..- knlMf trivet, 1 1, !, t Willi&m .M.uce ij- i'-n; &.- -- - Charles Prouse, whose postoffiV- --, dress is Ocean Springs, Miss., R. R. M. , A., did, on the 14th day of June, 1H tile in this office sworn statement ami , application No. 08462, to purchase the lot 4, section 32, township 6 south, range west, St. Stephens Meridian, and the timlier thereon, under tlie I ,.,.,.. , ,ha ,., nt ,nnp s 18-s r v i, n ..v. . I" ,,,i ictl amendatory, known as the I Timber and Stone Law." at such value i I isel as ''" "h nlien,ion anil mat. pursuau, j-uu. . lb, land and limber tbereon nave wmm appraised;. $448 23, the limber esti. mated l.r.n.0(M) board f-et at IJ.ou pel M. and the land 14S.-:t: that said ap- Plicant will oiler una. proo, ,., v , i port of his application ana . , . x statement on the lb!., uay o. u-.u- li. r, 1920, before Chancery Clerk of j '.lackson county, at Pascagoula. Miss j . ha ... HKurtv nrotest , I . before entry, or fcttfc a contest at any time before patent issues, by filing a corroborated affl- davit in this office, alleging facts which wouli defeat the entry. V. F. CUMMINS, Register. , - j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Publisher.) Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Jackson Mississippi, Aug. 23, 1920. Notice is hereby given that Quit man Calvin Cumbest, whose postofflce address Is Escatawpa, R. F. D. Mis sissippi, did, on the 28th day of June, 1920, file in this office sworn state ment and application, No. 08470, to purchase the lots 5 and 6, Section 18, Township 5 South, Range 6 West, St. Stephens Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts amenda tory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law, at such value as might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pursuant to such application, the land and tim ber thereon have been appraised, at $959.74, the timber estimated 400,000 board feet at $2.00 per M, and the land $159.74; that said applicant will offer final proof in support of his ap- pication and sworn statement on the 28th day of October, 1920, before the Chancery Clerk of Jackson County at Pascagoula, Mississippi. Any person Is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or inflate a contest at any time before patent is sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit In this office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry. W. F. CUMMINS, Register. RESOLUTION. Whereas certain further construc tion and equipment is required on the ' City Public Wharf to render the same available for public use, for which the public funds of the city are not sufficient and In the opinion of the Council such further construction and equipment is a public necessity, be it therefore, Resolved, That it is hereby declared by the city council of the City of Pas cagoula to be the Intent and purpose of said council at a regular meeting ho be held on the 2nd day of November, 1920, without the express sanction of the electors of the city, unless on or before the date last aforesaid 20 per cent of said qualified electors make and file a written protest against the same, to provide for and issue $15,000 of the bonds of the City of Pascagoula in accordance with the statute in such cases made and provided, said bonds to be known as the Wharf Construc tion and Equipment Bonds of the City of Pascagoula. Resolved further, that the City Clerk be and Is hereby directed to pub lish this resolution in the Pascagoula Chronicle-Star for three weeks pro ceeding the date fixed as aforesaid for authorizing issuance of said bonds. Approved this the 8th day of Oct. 1920. F. H. LEWIS, Mayor. I, M. L. Valverde, City Clerk of the City of Pascagoula, Miss., hereby cer tify that the foregoing resolution was duly adopted by said council on the 8th day of October, 1920. M. L. VALVERDE, City Clerk. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4096. The State of Mississippi. To Willie Williams: You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Jackson In said State at Rules ON THE SECOND MONDAY OF NO VEMBER, A. D. 1920, to defend the suit In said court of Mrs. Estella Bailey, wherein you are a defendant, and wherein Petitioner seeks a par tition of the Estate of J. R. Parker, dee'd, as set out in petition on file. This 29th day of September, A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4105. The State of Mississippi. To Dora King: You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Jackson in said State on the THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1920, to defend the suit in said court of 3. F. King wherein you are i. defendant. This 12th day of October, A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR. Clerk. NCN-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4106. The Slat1 ot Mississippi, To Mary uosarg: Yo are comraanded to appear be- forp th diancerv Court of t he County of Jackson in said State on the THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1920, to defend the suit in said court of John B. Bosarge. wherein you are a defendant. This 12th day of October, A. D. 1920. FRED TAYLOR. Clerk. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 4111. s,u- , Mississiooi. - To J. F. Cowart : You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County "5LJ" said State on the THIRD MONDAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. 1920. to defend the suit in said court of Mrs. Mamie Cowart. wherein you are a defendant This 21st day of October A. D. 110. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk.