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Official Paper of City and County subscription; $2.00 Per Year VOLUME LXXVI 't""H"t'4iM"t"l' I MEMORIES OF OLD PASCAGOULA By rxci.K MAHTIN. Street Railway & Power Company, in eluding poles, wires, street light fix lures, transformers, brackets, meters, one constant current transformer and two switch hoard panels, the three hist named articles being situated at the power house now occupied by the Pascagoula Ice Company, hut not in cluding the three large transformers, . vessels Arrive and Depart A-" I!!" J'r- Tho Star " A",lsl . .,' r ' """J .1""""" tins news note: -The Schr. Antnin- rhu ninn uuuiu i onncci . ii.ii os, sum ,, i , Inst named articles being excepted ' bearing the broad pennant of from this conveyance, Commodore Erlckson, sailed on Thurs (c) All and singular the trolley poles I day, on a cruise to the Chandeleurs and guy wires now Btandlng In the oor porate limits of the City ol Pascagoula and formerly used In connection with the Pascagoula Street Railway - Power mates. Company. til) The franchise granted by the City of Scranton to L. S. Anderson and inter assigned by him or his assigns to the Pascagoula Street Railway .t Power Company. (e) The franchise granted by the Town of South Pascagoula to L. S. Anderson and bv him or hi assicn s, cudnrnari I n I lie Pa Mumta araa, u-.ii. efllcioiit clerk Mr. ( PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920 NUMBER 17 LOCAL SHIPPING PICKING UP During Week Exports Becoming More Active. The American four-masted schooner James E. Newsoni, 029 net tons, capt. Hammer, arrived in port Monday from Mobile. The large freighter is con signed to the L. N. Dantzler Lumber , Co. and commenced loading lumber cai'RO for Porto Ric0, This la "lp lKV inning of a revival of lumber ship ments to our island possession with as gay and festive a crowd as any one could desire to have for ship- An abundance of stores war MOSS POINT HAPPENINGS Newsy Items From Our Sister City Gleaned by the Chronicle-Star Correspondent. Mr. H. V. Wall leaves Friday for laid in and from the quantity of lee Jackson to spend Xmas with his wife shipped we imagine they were deterni-i aml daughter. ined to keep cool. Gentle reader, you Miss Lols Ellis left Tuesday for cannot imagine what a sacrifice w3 WoodvlUe, where she will spend the OFFICIALS OF L. & N. HEAR SUGGESTIONS Needs for Better Service to Coast Discussed at Conference. Gulf Times-Picayune, Dec. 22. Easter schedules, electric lighted and screened coaches, more track space in the passenger station at New Orleans and a double track were some of the principal suggestions Tuesday for the improvement of the Louisville and Nashivlle Railroad coast service at the conference of officials of the company and local interest at the Hoard Trade. Several letters were read by H. S. Herring, secretary of the Board of made in resigning the trip to gel out - mas holidays with friends. tins paper tor you. I Gatut will join Mrs. G.mtt Trade, giving specific instances of the The Star on Augustlf,, 1S74: "Our Who lias been in Montgomery for the lack, of proper service by the railroad ,,.,!, 1-1 m iciu 1H.1K .nr. i . ii. Aiirv roiunied iui me uuuuu.v i com nan v. These ivnrn Mlinud hi. The British scnoonei rrauuB iui- way & pOWei-Company, said franchise from his trip to the Old North State, j statements from Louis Ochs, repre- gons, l apt. mosuer, nrai i... w.r TOnyuig we rigni w operaie a street on Wednesday evening. He reports "" annie tieiie Stewart, who is.senting the Travelers' Protective As barien, Cuba, Tuesday witn iuuhw .",, c,i,h.v iisu, u.uc, oh Carolna jul,ilant over her abund- .caching in Columbia this session is at ... r, j r k works system in the City ol Scranton . ,. . ... cargo trom me -. - I and the town of South Paacaaoula ant Harvest and a most promising crop I uuine ,r alius. Co. The demand for lumber is prom ising for the new year. The home schooner Delta, ('apt. C u Bruce, cleared Monday for Yen: phiz Mexico, with lumber cargo. The ' renewal of lumber shipments to Mex ico from this port is encouraging. The American schooner C. W. Mills, All of the above described property ' of persimmons and huckleberries, and Miss Mable Smith arrived Friday seller he, himself, looks like he had fully en- evening from Logtown for a two joyed the above luxuries." weeks' stay with home folks. The Star of September 26tb, 1874, Lawrence Torres of Gulfport spent has this item: "Mr. Payne, our pop- j tlie torepart of the week with rel- Ular and energetic station agent aiul .Stives, worthy deputy post master, but who j Mr- a,1(l MfS- Allen Elder and little "runs the machine," has flitted up daughter Dorothy will spend Xmas boxes and lock-boxes at the post office j with Mrs- Elder's father, Rev. Barr. having been purchased by from Geo. P. Money, Special Coin rnisisoner appointed In the cause of Columbia Finance & Turst Company Vs. Pascagoula Street Railway & Power Company. (2) As a part of the consideration. the City agrees to pay and dischargl fives it a truly "citified" appear-J "ear Jackson. 11... '1 n,. I'nunli- i n n n i , i i , 1 Capt. J. C. Ryan, will sail for Havana j taxps (lue aml' owinR tll(, above de. after the Christmas holidays. This scribed property for the fiscal year regular liner is loaded with lumber ,1920. ance and proves a great convenience. Mr- J- E- Pendola and Ilurbel Pen from the L. N. Dantzler Lumber Co. K" of "a 1920, thaf the Seller We tru8t that Mr- 1'iyne wi" receive ! 'lola of Florida are guests of relatives The extensive repair work on the -.ponded approximately the sum of remuneration for the expense which j ,lere- tug Lee Kimball, Jr., is rapidly nenring ! $4000.00 in lowering the watermains he has incurred, and that every body Mr- all(1 Mrs- C, L. Turner, Mrs. K. completion at the Gulf Ship Com- 'of said water works system so as to wn consider it a duty to take a lxx, I w- Burnham and Mrs. T. E. Spencer i dTof OT9i7thTS,USd Which CaD """" WflNi -st." , motored to Mobile for the day Monday the lowering of said mains ami paid 1 h' ' or me same date has a, " u. uverstreet ana therefor. As to all expenditures by the local reading as follows: "When we Httle daughter will spend the week City for lowering the water-mains said three weeks ago that Jackson j eml ' Gulfport with relatives, after the 3rd day of April 1920, the t had military company we Mrs. J. VV. Stewart is expecting Mr. City as a part of the consideration ot ; ' ,. . ,' ' Lr! m,0 Tiio Z rv..i.. tlila cnnvotrnnco na-reeq to assume 're uui owom uiai one nan uoau I pany's yard. mdld job ol remodeling the thi Hiitish schooner Hilda M. i iii- ' : 1 1 1 1" Ship Company's yard s oi iit.sioned much favorable i because of the efficient class Tin d'k Stark hen' comiii o( wo which the improvements were made. not including the expenditures made tain, above Moss Point, river. We , have been d the expeditions manner In pay and discharge all such costs, but organized with Burton Goode as cap-M'ake home for Xmas. by the Seller prior to said dale. 14) The purchase price logether This vessel is loading at Gulfport for the Wlnward Islands. The American schooner Hope Sher wood, .122 net tons, Capt. C, Bolilt, ar- shall be paid in cash, within thirty in ,., rr,i,; v, i-i.,,..,,,,, I days after the approval of this con 11VCU 111 ,lll l l lll-r,licij lli,lii i iti.uiiii, . . . . , . Cuba. This vessel is consigned to C. H. Alley Ship Chandlery Co.. and will oad lumber cargo from the L. N. Dantzler Lumber Co. The many friends of Capt. Adolph Joderstrom, Jr., will be pleased to earn that he has been promoted by he Texas Oil Co., and became master across the Mrs- . W. Jackson and Mrs. W. B promised a ! Herring were recent vistora to Mobile sociation; S. Locke Breaux tor the Board of Trade, and Walter Gleason, reperesnting coast patrons. John Bose, superintendent of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, said vestibuled, electric lighted, cane-seat coaches were authorized for the coast service to be ready for the summer of 1918. The war intervened, he said, and prevnted all such work. The plans he said, have not been dropped. Mr. Bose said that ten modern coaches will be available for four of the coast trains next summer. These coaches will also be supplied with electric fans. Mr. Bose went into the question of the delays in the movement of trains and showed trains generally were COMMISSIONER'S SALE Emily Brooks et al vs. John Brooks et al No. 4104. In the Chancery Court of Jackson County, State of Mississippi. By virtue of the authority vested in me by a decree of the chancery court of Jackson county, Mississippi, render ed in the above styled cause on the 24th day of November, 1920, at the November, 1920 term of said court, I will sell at public outcry to the high est bidder for cash at the front door of the court house, in the city of Pas- i nftmtlllfl TUicsicoinn,' Mnn.la.r of I Z " 7 - "'"' "" ru nay ot January, 11121. within legal hours, the following described real es tate situate in the city of Pascagoula, in Jackson county, Mississippi, towit: All that lot or parcel of land situated on the east side of Market street be ginning at the southwest corner of the lot of land now or formerly belonging to Edward Dunn; thence running south sixty lovj leet along tne cast side or REAL ESTATE IN JACKSON COUNTY Recorded in Chancery Clerk's Office for the Week Enldng December 17th, W. R. Clark to G. L. Dunnavant set of sej of 36-6-5, $400. A. C. Edawrds and wife to Emmet N. Parker et al., contract for deed to undivided one half interest in sei ot ne1, of se1, of 26-6-8, $2750. George C. Robinson to W. W. Ludow, lot B in tract 13, 132x330 ft. also east 60 ft. of tract 60 all in block 3 of suburban acres sub-division aggregat ing about 1 1-5 acres, $100. Miss Pelicie Delmas et al. to J. W. Greene, lot 50x192 ft. in lot 1, tier 1, margin of Market street to a post; Tsiuare 3 of Gurlle tract, city of Moss thence running east two hundred (200) feet to a post; thence running north sixty (60) feet to a post, which latter post is on the boundary line of the said Edward Dunn lot; thence west along the line of said Edward Dunn's lot two hundred (200) feet to a post set in the edge of Market street, the place of beginning. Said lot of land being the same land purchased by Dudley Brooks from Maurice Guichard and Florence Guichard, his wife, on 4th day of February, 1867, as per deed of rec ord in Land Deed Record book 4, pages 288-9 of the record of Deeds of Jack son count-. MiSRissinni. now nn filp operated on time. Delays in leaving i th ., of th ... . . sometimes are due to connections, he said, as trains are held thirty minutes for this purpose. Trains that were taken off in November, he said were losing money and the company did eery court of said Jackson county. Also that certain tract, lot or parcel of land described as beginning at a post marking the northwest comer of a lot of land lately belonging to Mich with six per cent Interest thereon ".. "l ""' company n.r puiui-; from now until the date of payment cation." The Star the summer of 1874 re-. niiinlc tin. mdWiltant, nf Doaa tMtiia 2K r ''.." I that "A. T. Stewart is as well known MB of Tylertown are guests of Mr fcnllsri hv the Cilv hrovlrteri that the as any merchant ill the United Slates. , and mrs. r,. u. uveistreet. time of payment may be extended by yet be finds it necessary to spend $50. mutual agreement of the parties !()00 annu8My lB advertising his busi (5) It is understoood that on the , , , 3rd dav of April. 1920. a contract for '': sa's " Py8 t0 do iL Such the purchase ot the above described is the verdict of the most successful properly was entered Into between business men of the country." these parties, and later extended by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Graham of Piave are Xmas guests of Mrs. Graham's mother, Mrs, R. W. Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. McCullam and young if the ocean tug Pan-American, ply-: in 4,ffe,t amJ ' snhstance the ng between New Orleans and Tarn- same as that heretofore made, shall ilco, Mexico. I supersede said former contract ami The motor yacht Aenone, owned and 1 constitute the present agreement be- . , , 1 tween the parties, lavigated by Mr. J. Hutchinson, ar-, ,,, wheraof. we have here- Ived in this harbor Monday en route !ullll) sot om. hands on the day am 0 Miami, Florida. One year ago the year Hrst above written. (Til OF I'AiSCAUUl'l.A, By F. IT. LEWIS, Mayor J. HIGOINBOTHAM, CHAiTGCD WITH MURDER. Mrs. G. A. Henry was a visitor to Mobile Saturday. Miss Mary Forette will spend Xmas in New Orleans with her sister, Mrs. Annie Swan. Mrs. A. C. Graham was a visitor to Mobile ThursiMSr. - Jesse Harper, who is attending Tulane University in New Orleans spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. not feel justified in their operation I ae, Wes. from tnence running under those conditions. eas(. s,xty (60) fee(. Md efM (g) ! inches; thence south two hundred Mr . and Mrs. John A. Green enter-, l(,00) feet. tnence wegt s,xty (60) eet talncd at dinner Sunday in honor of I and ejght (g) ,ncheg. thence north their sister, Mrs. W. D. Eiland, and , two hundred ,200) feet to the place of nromer, oy.vesier Kteos, wno leave beginning; as per deed thereof from the first of the year for their future , Michae, Wel,g tQ Dudley Brook8 dated home at ElPaso, Texas. Mr. Eiland j December 4th, 1864, which is of record is already in El Paso. , book 4g pageg 559.C0 of the record . I r.-7. T of deeds of said Jackson county, Mis- Mr nnn Mrs W A Pnllnck ATrs C siosippi, aim wuica latter aoove men tionede and described land is a part Frank Nlcholls, colored, who was captured a few days ago at Tunica. .Miss., and lodged in jail here, charged i M- r- Hobdy. 1 with the murder of Frank Lasatta, j Mrs, Willie iny and little uaugnt- given a nrelimlnary hearing before " the fore part of the week Moore, Mis Olive Pollock, and Mast ers Charles and William Moore ar rived from their home in New Orleans, where they are spending the winter, to spend several weeks at their home on the beach. ittle craft left Detroit and steamed er way through the Great Lakes and own the Mississippi to New Orleans. Ir. Hutchinson is a marine mechanic tld is accompanied by his young sons, filliam, James and Richard. He bad te misfortune of losing his wife just M. L. VALVERDB, Councllmen B. J. FORD, Seller. Whereas, it is deemed nei c..-ary to meet the requirements of the law In 1. ,1,.., 11... .,,,.1.1,,, nP coi.l sucn cuaea 111,11 luo uuumg "1 u , ,,,,..,.. .,1 ,, coniract of purchase ot said water and "'" ' 't Judge Chidsey Tuesday tporning and committed to jail without benefit of bail to await the acttoi of the grand jury. l.asaM 1, an employe of the Inter- here with Capt. and Mrs. W. B. Daily. Mr. and Mrs. J'epper of Louisiana and Miss Sallie Cirlot of Bay St. Louis are guests of Mrs. M. Cirlot and family. Mrs. It. C. Eley was among the national Shipbuilding Co., was found "'cent Xmas shoppers in Mobile. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Lewis and .little son arrived Wednesday from their home at Mobile to spend Christ mas and the holidays here with Mayor and Mrs. F. H. Lewis. of the Eugenia Baptiste tract, stuated in Section 14, Township 8 south, range' 6 west, Jackson county, Mississippi, and within the corporate limts of the city of Pascagoula. Witness my hand this 4th day of December, 1920. FRED TAYLOR, Special Commissioner. Miss Eddieth Morris, teacher of music in the Indianola High School, wounded on Jackson, Mr. OradM Carter of Mobile will , 6MM home to spend the Christmas , NOTICE OF LETTING CONTRACT FOR DEPOSITORY 1921. Sealed proposals will be received from the banks of Jackson Comity, and year Ibis month and look the onen ii.-ht nlntil ha annrnvnH hv e mulorltv avenue about S:i0 o clock en the Mf fe with hla hom to divert bis mind 'of the Qualified (doctors of I he City of Sel l. 2, 1918. He was shot ill the Carter, ht spend Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. nil Inlnlfl counties nn the FlltST ,.. holidays with her parents, Mr. and MONDAY, THE 3rd DAY OF JAN i Mrs. .1, v. Morns. om the grief and sorrow. The number of motor boats register- e voting in an election held for thai pur- ! pose, therefore be it Resolved, that lor the purpose of 1 at the customhouse to date is 704. , "securing the approval ol' a majority The fishing smacks lola and Xray ol the electors of the City the contract ,!, i i- ,.i i.i i.i.j. ! negotiated by he Council will E. J. w,lll 111 1IWI11 , II, I Illllltll I l.lillllin , r in n aioresnm i uu i an i,,,.i, ti, ii,o hi, in. i ,.i,..irsii Our in,.! Horn. Harrison ot uuitpori is a abdomen. The bullet was removed Kuesi oi mr. ana Mrs. n. it. i ouison by a local physician and the wounded man sent to an infirmary at Mobile. Point, $100. Carl Itangnor Eklund and wife to Mrs. Eliza Clark, lots 10 to 27 inclus ive of block No. 2 Flannagan and Mall ery addition 1st addition to Laine in 2S-7-5, $500. Jonathan Ramsay to Eeverett Mc Kay 8.1 acres in 24-7-9, $600. George W. Tagert and wife to Razese Carter, lot 60x200 ft. in lot No. 7 of the Eugenia Baptiste tract in 13-8-6, $1. Richard Spicer tnd wife to Griffin Webb, 10 acres in nwj of nei of 23- 7-8, $500. Mrsr. Mary Juan and J. A. Broadus to J. P. Broadus, lot 3 containing 84.12 acres and lot 2 containing 83 acres in 36-6-7 known as the Ferry Point place $1 and other valuable consideration. T. J. Miller to T. L. Miller 2.58 acrea in se V of nwi of 23-7-5 and 10 acres in nwj of nwj of 23-7-5, $1. U. S. Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation to John Benaquls lot 96x651 ft. in city of Pascagoula in J. W. Mead tract and being the prop erty formely belionging to Dierks- Blodgett Shipbuilding Co., $810. U. S. Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation to T. G. Hlbbler, several tracts or parcels of land sit uated on or near the ast bank of Pas cagoula river in the city ofPascagoula 2-8-6,$950. Forfeited Tax Land Patent from state ot Mississippi to Jos. Taylor for nwi of ne and swj of ne and ne of nw sec. 2, 8, 12 Harrison county and ne of se of 31-6-5 Jackson county at $1.50 per acre. Forfeited Tax Land Patent from state of Mississippi to Mrs. S. L. Hen erickson, for ej of ne of 23-4-6 and nj of nwj of 13-6-5 at $1.50 per acre. Forfeited Tax Land Patent from state of Mississippi to A. C. Inglis for ej of se of 12-5-5 and ej of ne of 36-4-5 at $1.50 per acre. Forfeited Tax Land Patetit from state of Mississippi to J. C. Inglis for se of se of 28-5-7 also wj of ne and Miss Hazel Chidsey will arrive to- onday 12,009 pounds ol' choice gulf ill. "The development and extension of e harbor" Pascagoula's 1921 slog- deetioll be hold at the several voting places in said City within legal hours lor regular 'cl elections on Monday THE 2iih DAY he II. I). Coul- I'asso motored to son and Mrs. Ella Mobile Saturday. Lewis Daily is at home from Mobile lor Ihe Xmas holidays. Mrs. Mary Leeman, who is teaching where bo died shortly after. His state i in -nt to the sheriff was that he was Mobile Saturday. Inr alnhir tho milmojl traoll ivln n MIS. II. WllUeim, Ml ...p, ...... ............ H, ll met a negro who ordered hnu lo OF JANUARY, 1021, and P. !.. I. in throw up his hands, lie turned an ran dinger, F .I. Johnson and W. W. Walk- .m(, Qegr( sot Um 'election commi'sisoners for holding and Suspicion was directed lo Nicholls mi ........ hnnrtiintinir such election ami F. 1.. some time alter Hie crime, lie left ' 7 , , vrll' f Lindinger is designated lor having the PaBCMOuta several months ago and in Mobile and Miss Grace Leeman are . m .... vi..c... .'tickets lurnislied and printed lor use ( )v recenti, located Nicholls at home for Xmas. n, who are attending M. S. C. W. at ta the conduct of such election. . . wcomnlice I Mrs. T. A. Williams has as her guest tomb, came home the first of the Resolved further, tha a. the said "if - oelng l Id as an aitomplue. Mm Uoil)!iou (lf MobiU, eek to spend the Christmas holidays. I eleoUon the balloU to be used and - dh. w-n r- k.i o i i i ii "i w r- a D ll III' f() Mdhill1. urr,utr,a r n Enou, ,u '-""-j --,1m motored to Mobile Thursday of Tim Maonnlc bodes ol Pascairoula a,ul ftlrs- " '"'win sptm have elected officers tor the ensuing 1 Monday in Mobile. year as follows: is in thp Boy- , j ,,,, a m ... n ' eminent service at St. Stephens. Ala.. I I. vaugnao, u. m.: . v.. ueyuoiun, j - W W. W. liobinson. J. W.: J. bohw i i VARY, 1921, for the privilege of keep ing all the county funds, or any part , se of nw of 7-6-4 at $1.50 per acre. tiioreof mm nmvMaH liw Chantor 194 nf Forfeited Tax Land Patent from Mrs. Carrie Coulson is a guest of 'B"1 wim. '" Acts 1912 of Mississippi and amend- state of Mississippi to K. U. inglis lor meuts thereto, and the rales and reg-jni of sw and sw', of sw of 11-5-5 and illations adopted by the Board of j nw of nw of 13-5-6 at $1.50 per acre. Supervisors of said county. Forfeited Tax Laud Patent from All such proposals shall be filed with State of Mississippi to W. J. Inglis. the clerk of the Board of Supervisors ! for d of ne of 23 and ne of nw of Mrs. Frank Coffin in Mobile this week. attending college, to spend the holi- Mrs. II. 0. Borden was a visitor to , ays nere witn tier parenis, juoge ami Mrs. C. E. Chidsey. RESOLUTION. voted thereon be in the form, iand figures as follows, to-wit: Shall the City Council be authoriz 1 ed to consumate a contract with Whereas, the Council has negotiated j K- Ford for the purchase ol the contract with E. J. Ford for the pur- Water and Electric Light Works and ! of and tram the said E. J. Ford by I appliances as per form ot contract on e City of the water mains, wires and ; 01e with the City lers. her equipment now forming in part For authorizing the contract light Against Huuiuriauifi uiv iaiuh.i.. S. w.uer works and an electric light . "M""" : ... '' ..,, ... .,... m oted home for the holidays. Keso vei turinei' inai sim i-oin- 1 1 1-:', i n oouia in. treaMiiei. i' n,i"- !int now being used in the fnrnish- ? of water and lights to the inhabit- missioners publish a notice oi sucu ts of the City, which contract a election tor three weeks m the las file with the Cto Clerk subject to I cagOUla-Chronicle-Star and that such Me inspection, and which la in ' notice be in the toHowing form: rds and figures as follows to-wit : NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. This contract entered into on this1 To vote on the question ol the ap. I 22nd day of December, A. I). 1920. Froval of a contract with E. .1. Ford and between the City of Pascagoula, for the purchase ot the water and municipal corporation, hereinafter 'iKit plant fixtures and appliances lied the City, and E. .1. Ford, of as Pr contract on file with the ( ity iscagoula. Missssippi. hereinafter Clerk. lied the Seller, Witnessetlr Notice is hereby given that m Ml O.LL . . .... ., , lli,ic,i i,, mill iii iii i orilanee with a ..iiiijei i ui uie approval oi inis - --- - . , , ntract hv o ,.,i.i... r .i i: resolution of the City ( ouncil of said ' ,,,,iji,l,l ill ill," 'i , , , , r l. ;d liar I mm-. .i,,., . ., Citv adopted on the 22nd day ol IX Young, soecrtary; Louis Tricon, tiler. II L HoWSe Chapter No. 108 R. A. M. H. '. Perry, II. P.; Ceo. P. Wood. K.; Dr. J. N. Rape, S.; J. W. Watts, treasurer; John F. P. lilunier. secer tary; O. W. ONeil. C, of II.; J. A. Tabor. P. S.; J. J. Mcintosh, It. A. ('.; U F. Kramer, sentinel. Pascagoula Chapter (1. E. S- Mrs. I Mrs. John Verbeck and Mrs. S. T. Elder of East Moss Point spent Mon day in Mobile shopping. Mi. Tom Grierson spent Monday in Mobile. The out of town teachers, who will Mr. Charles ISogdahn, who recently suffered a slight stroke of paralysis. - M Qr beto,.0 12 0.c,ock m. January or(1 24-5-5 also sw of sw of 6-6-5 at $1.50 has recovered sutncieniiy to resume . WJJ fuy (,u, sccurity ; par acre. the operation of his taxi service. propoted No m wiu ,,e conSiidered Forfeited Tax Land Patent from " " : for less than two per cent per annum staet of Mississippi to R. M. Inglis for Capt. A. L. Miller spent several ()n thp jmgm (laily balance on depos;t e' of nw and nw of soj of 36-4-5 at hours m Pascagoula witn nis taniiiy , jn any bank Any bank ,iuaifyillg as Tuesday, returning that evening t1 su(ll couty depository will be rpquir his ship on the Florida coast. I p(, tQ p,uce on ueposit as sccurity wtth : the county treasurer any of the follow ing securities in and amount ten per cent greater than the maximum sum to be placed on deposit in such bank nt any one time to-wit Mississippi Registered State Bonds Yazoo and Mississippi Delta Levfle District Bonds, Mississippi Levee Dis trict Levee Bonds, County Bonds, Major and Mrs. L. E. Cox and chll- I last week. Chancellor V. A Griffith spent Sat- $1.50 per acre. Forfeited Tax Land Patent from state of Mississippi to L. B. Saucier for nw of nw of 23-6-5 at $1.50 per acre. Miss Marie Ford, who is attending school in New Orleans, is at home for the Christmas holidays. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. C. O. Grlzzard vs. R. L. Scott and Lena . i -itel States Bonds or surety Bonds ; versity at Auburn Scott. I of any Surety Company authorized to Mr. Forrest Johnson is home for the holidays from the Alabama Uni- No. 4027. do business in the State of Mississippi. In chancery Court of Jackson County, j but no bonds will be accjpted as tie- State of Mississippi. curity if worth less than par iu the I Hv virtue of the authority vested in market. leave Thursday for their resepective ! m0 ny a decree of the Chancery Court j All bidders will be required to de homes for the Xmas holidays, are Miss 1 0f Jackson county. Mississippi, render- posit $750.00 or its equivalent with Music Willingham. Enid; Miss Lula Laj jn the above styled cause on the; bid, same to be forfeited unless bid is 1920. at the ! faithfullv carried out. and the board j Miss Anias Walker spent Sunday at Biloxi with Mr. and Mrs. V. J. A. Tucci. Miss Ivon Johnson Is home from the Normal College, Hattiesburg for the Yuletide. ,. A- ai T,.-,v, v.miifr r.asi. seuaiuuia, :iii.a nun- hi mii i j,-,in uay ui wiwwwi - ' '" " 1 ' .. , mm. . ti. I . . 1J ( I , .!, .;hl l vniot onv in t -.11 i son. liurani; ana miss i.oau t-3.-..-u. xovoinoer, trnwum m nam wni tw w w Mrs. Ada Reynolds, a. Geo. K. ltrigcs. secretary; Mrs. Fannie Hattiesburg j I will sell at public outcry to the high- j bids. treasurer; Miss UWa D Robinson, c.; Mrs. Jennie Parquet te, action to be held in the Citv of Pas- ccmner. mzu. uireiiMig we wuiuiub oi xicllwain goula on a date to be fixed by SU(h election to vote on the said prop nnfr ne .i. mi- .. , nuition anil anooiiitini: the under - " "i i,i um i iiv. ii in nere - . . - , , ,. i V l d now agreed that the Citv does signed commissioners lor holding SUCH reby aeree tn amrra... nf .a f,., election, an electon will be held at ibe I Seller, and the Seller does hereby svi'ral voting places in said City on ree to sell and deliver until Monday the 24th day of January. 19.1. J City, at and for the sum of $.1ft,- within legal hours. 898, and the keeping of the other This the 22nd day of December, fws of this eontrart, all the title and lM' erest of the Seller in and to he fol- fing described propery situated in . ! City of Pascagoula. Jackson unty. state of Mississippi, to-wit: ! Election Commlsiaonera, W All and singular the water-! Resolved further that the said elec 'rits system in the City of Pasca- tion commissioner make prompt re ul. formerly belonging to the Pas- port and retains of such election and TOUla Street Railway & Power Com- their full proceedings in the premises ay. including the sjand-pipe and lots to the City Council, when su. b etei which it is situated, pump house tion shall have been held. " machinery therin. all mains, ex-1 Approved this the 22nd day of De islons, fixtures, services, meters, cember. 1920. "jorants. pipes, and two Worthing-! r, II. LEWIS. Mayor. ,,, Son of Man.- Sunday nre pumps and connections going 1. M. L. Valverde. City Clerk of Ihe Hinds irewith. said pumps being situated Citv of Pascagoula. hereby certtfj at I lei by Horace Hinds, the power house now occupied by that the foregoing resolution was Supi Come and make your contn- ! Pascagcul-i Ice Company. duly adopted by the City Council ol bataM 10 the success of these serv "I All and aincrnlur tha olonlric Ihi.t'ilvnf Pmmtm HMtlfl mi Hie IttlH il.iv . JP" 11 . J - ,, ,-.c. CONTRACT NOTICE. Bernard Qriner, charged with as sault anil robbery, was given a plelim inary hearing in Judge Chidsey's court Tiiesdav and bound ovi r In the grand iui v under $1UU0 hoasl The com-1 tract for the furnishing of all supplies rlainant w is Marie Rabby of East to county convict camp as irJ a t Morrison will leave Thurs- . .. l.irtrtar for cash at the front door: Bv order of the Board. Dec. .. 1920. day tor Indianapolis to spend Xmas (H the court house in the city of Pasca-1 Wm. F. MARTIN, President. wilh her son. who is attending college KOUia, Mississippi, on Monday, the 3rd FRED TA i LOR. t lerk. in that city. day of January. 1H21. within legal, h.,nr the followinc described real es NOTICE TO CHAUFFEURS AND tate In Jackson county, Mississippi to-wit: H of the SWi of section 23, town- Notice is hereby given that s con BANKRUPT NOTICE. In the District Court of the United States for the Southern Division of the Southern District of Mississippi. In the Matter of J. T. Stephens, Bank rupt, No. 477, in Bankruptcy. To the creditors of J. T. Stephens Thursday of hist week. are colored. DRIVERS OF PUBLIC VEHICLES Reckless driving of automobiles and 'of Pascagoula, Miss., in the county trucks by boys and irresponsible and of Jackson and district aforsaid. a i,i c r,,,ih ranee 5 west and the unskilled persons. requires that nankiupi trucks, ' 16th day of December, 1920 the said . I a . , .i ; , , , i ,,, , . 1 ii kanlrnint will to n easement of 20 feet in width conveying passengers or freight, for ueuior a uu.y .u, . . u. stau nr mm nf section 22. town- Ordinance 11-191S. requiring all driv- Notice is hereby gien tnai on tmmj MlOWIl UJ1 -'4 " 1.,.. rwcrrine on 1 schedules on file for months of Jan- ship 5 south, range we.. fr. u " - lot section 23, township soum. range uo so, compels me emon-vint-ni ui . est. for liiphway purposes, same t ordinance, and all such drivers are , reieree in mr u.) h"- a Z tn I : n . eor. at nncD ant. ,in ( 3V OI 17ettUJ Uri , AiT.V, Oi w.ww . J. UI Ii' I IHH IlirU 1U lUl UIC OOIUV a...a, j - - - MONDAY. THE 3rd DAY OF JAN- I AltY. 1920. i 5 All bids are required to be sealed oeing me ... . , - - - ' ,,h ' nVWk . m. at which time said cred- R. L. Scott ny . n uousiog, jaiiure iu no o urmir imcuuvi . - hook 41. at such parties will be dealt with accord-, nors may aueuu, eouii..c rupt and transact sucn omer raim F H. LEWIS. Mayor. I as may properly come before said METHODIST CHURCH. q,,i, .v, i for Sun i iv nioriiitiK Dec Mtk' character in Its i o.unl. iness ' ' and filed wit the clerk on or before zard and Snndav evening at 7:30. 'The Great system in the City of Pascagoula. of December. 1920. J. II. MOORE, Pastor. II nvinck m nf said dale Bond will , president, ami .""i" required of contractor and the board page 219 of the Jackson county deed ing to law reserves the right to reject any and all records. i , 1, .1 ., ,- if : bids filed. witness my nauu iu j By onler of the Board. Dec. 7. 1920 December. 1920 Wm. F. MARTIN. President. VRET) TA LOR. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk. sP-ial Commissioner j meeting. Miss Aimee Davis of New Orleans I This the 17th day of December, IMi. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin j JOHN L. HEISS, Shepard during the holidays. Referee in Bankruptcy. erly belonging to" the Pascagoula M. L. VALVERDE. City Clerk.