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1 gljc $a$ ra 0 ottla CJjrot itle PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, NOV. 9, 1918 NUMBER 10. ME XXII LD TO 00 TO FOCH Minister Informs 'Berlin Ion for Terms Next in Order. Nov. 5. Marshal Foch of armistice (or Germ .its application for them in military command in ent at Berlin is so in- note which Secretary id to Minister Sulzer of night, announcing that e declared their willing- peace on the principles President Wilson. The the cables. In twenty- ihould be in the hands of in forty-eight hours the may knnw whether an immedi t of the war is at hand. icfttfcm of details of the armis rmafltlll is withheld. They may mad known until the Germans locapted or rejected them, as ' 490le followed by the allies th Bulgaria, Turkey and the details are in doubt, estions that acceptance surrender. t has been authorized ic conditions under which out of the war have closely, and in answer tor further information tonight the statement of menceau, cabled from Associated Press, told the said M. Clemenceau, resident Wilson himself to us for the security of he maintenance of our and the disarmament of Bofar as that is necessary resumption of hostilities. Lansing's note gives the what has been going in us conference at Paris lonel House and the allied t quotes a "memorandum ns" by the allied govern- e president's correspond- e German authorities, dis- pproval of the president's m, with reservations of; action in the -peace" con- fche moot question of free seas and a specific state y "restoration" is meant y must make compensa- damage done to civilian d their property "by land from the air." specification, in which llson concurs, means tier t for towns and cities de countryside derasted, for by submarines and raiders. rman payment of damages lies and dependents of lied or carried off in viol e rules of war. eh of the real work of a erence has been done in he Spokesman of Germany ted the president's terms; must accept the allied Mis if they want to stop the Km the allied and American aBie guarantee that final Hnitions will be dictated prpretation of principle by Hp without undue argument quished is provided in the rms. the matter of an armistice Koch's hands and at the informing the Germans sident Wilson, the assiciat- have strictly observed the armenities while main Hp purpose to make the arm Hfcrely military measure and Hpild afford no posibility of a Standing of the fact that it to a defeated army. there has been a belef that n high command has been anxious to avoid admis- e complete defeat of the ms, hoping instead to make when the inevitable collpse the army was still in being and able to fight on in- JT, and that it ceased the strug at the demand of its enemies nt, but solely because of do so from the civil gov ow at least nominally in REPUBLICANS CAPTURE HOUSE Senate in Doubt, But Alto Probably Republican. ey reasdh the American and crs determined ttiat to con- German people themselves ;ed and feared military ma- been crushed, the military ust be forced to capitulate Id of battle. W.S.S. tUTES USED IN BREAD TO BE CUT. ton, Nov. 6. Plans to di- January 1 the percentage of used in wheat bread in tries and the United States discussed by the interallied cil in London. The reduc- cided upon, a statement is- the food administration to- will be a direct result of Man armistice. ange in the war situation. does not alter the total of nds upon the United States," ood administration. "In fact ease our load and therefore be increased demands for Washington, Nov. 6. Congressional election returns still were incomplete at 9:4E o'clock tonight, but it was apparent that the Republicans had taken control of the house of repre sentattves by a majority of at least eleven probably more. The senate was very close with tlu outcome depending on final return: In Michigan, where Henry Ford was running a close contest with Truman H. Newberry, and In Idaho and in New Mexico. On the returns available 25 Re publicans had been elected to seats In the house now held by Democrats and seven Democrats had been elected to seats now held by Republicans. In the senate one Democrat had been elected to a seat now held by a Republican and six Republicans had been elected to seats now held by Democrats. On the returns at hand the house figures were Republimans, 236; Demo crats, 195; Socialists, 1; doubtful 1 a majority is 218. In the senate the reutrns showed Republicans 48; Democrats 46; with 2 doubtful. W.S.S. CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS WERE DEFEATED. Jackson, Miss., Nov. 6. B. P. Har rison, representative from the Sixth district, was elected yesterday to suc ceed Senator Vardaman in the United States Senate. In addition eight con gressmen were elected from this state, all democrat., and all elected without opposition. The only change in present Missis sippi congressional delegation will be in the Sixth district wlhere Judge Paul Johnson takes the seat vacated by Representative Harrison. Circuit judges and chancellors were elected for each of the judicial dis tricts of the state, all without opposition. The proposed amendment fixing the age for governor at 21 years, has been OV?rwneins!P.s:y Sweated, while the tax amendment, from returns tha have been received early this morning show that it is also defeated, but the vote is close. Jackson County Vote. Only about 25 per cent of the normal vote was polled in Jackson county. Harrison received 357 for senator and his Socialist opponents Rose .6. . John-, son for Congressman received 346 and Maxwell 12. Neville for circuit judge, Denny chancery judge and Broome county attorney had no opposition. Vote on Constitutional Amendments was as follows: Section 112 For 163, against lOfi. Section 117 For 110, against 166. The special election in Beat 1 to fill the vacancy in the oflicc of super visor resulted In Johnson defeating Wllkerson by 76 to 25. ighty-one votes were polled at Pas- cagoula, all Democratic. W.S.S. WOULD DOUBLE TEACHERS' PAY FOR ONE MONTH. HUNS HAVE 72 HOURS IN WHICH TO ANSWER Washington, Nov. 8. The German armistice delegation entered confer ence with Marshal Foch at 9 o'clock this morning (French time), the State Department announced officially today. (9 a. m. French time Is 3 a. m. Cen tral time, Pascagoula.) Announcement was made also that UNITED WAR WORK FUND CAMPAIGN. A determined effort will he made next week to put Jackson county "over the top" in the raising of the county's quota of $16,000 for the United War Work Fund. A meeting of the county executive 'committee at the courthouse Monday fixed the quotas for the sev eral districts of the county as follows: RESTRICTIONS LIFTED TODAY. f it is found that the German dele-1 Beat 1 Edwin Booth, chairman, $160. lates must refer the armistice terms to j Beat 2 E. L. Fuller, chairman, $7,200. 'erlin, they will be given 72 hours 1 Beat 3 Arthur Allen, chairman, $6,- from the time that decision is reached in which to answer. W.S.S. 400. Beat 4 E. S. Davis, chairman, $1,760. Beat 5 J. E. Lockard, chair man, $480. C. H. Wood of Moss Point is county chairman and J. J. Mcintosh, Moss Point, county treasurer. The Pascagoula executive committee met Wednesday night at the eourt- The city was divided into dis- BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. All officers and members present. Report of sheriff for month of Oe tober received and approved. Report of county commissioner of i house agriculture for month of October re- tricts and the following committees ceived and approved. appointed for the drive: Dierks Report of county agent home econ- : Blodgett Shipbuilding Co. J. A. omics for month of October received Blodgett. International Shipbuilding and approved. i Co. B. B. Dawson and W. G. Jackson. Report of county health officer for ' Gulf Fish Co. and Pascagoula Towing month of October received and approv- , Co. Capt. H. H. Colle. Martin's Mills ed. j E. B. Martin. Pascagoua St. Ry. & Report of county prosecuting at- P. Co. Louis J. Fohr Ladies' Com torney for month of October received j mittee Mesdames Fred Dierks, O. E. and approved. Collins, S. P. Walker, R. A. Bowers, Report of Pascagoula ferryman for Miss Grace Denny. Creole Town- month of October received and aD-; Father M. J. O'Neil. South of I proved Report of bridge commissioner for N. Ry. and East of Canty St. to Laddo St. Rev. W. G. Forsyth, Ilev. Wm. month of October received and approv-j Wedlg, W. M. Denny, Jr., 11. Rosen ed. 1 bldm, P. H. Rodrigue. South of L. & Report of county treasurer for . N, Ry. to Laddo St. and West of Canty quarter ending September 30, 1918, ap-1 St. Father B. O'Reilly, C. H. Del mas, proved. I N. W. Alley. North of L. & N. and Supervisors District No. 5 authoriz- j West of Magnolia St. H. U. Canty, ed to borrow $1,000 to cover current i Henry Walker, E. A. Colle, L. E. Cox. expenses November and December, j North of L. & N. and East of Magnolia 1918. St. Rev. D. W. Bosdell, Jesse Hig- Exemption of Dantzler Shipbuilding J ginbotham, W. A. Daggett, George & Dry Docks Company from taxes for I Huggins. South Pascagoula to Laddo period of five years filed and recorded. St. L. F. Kramer, Frank Cummings, Billie Tanner minor, resident of Pas- i W. W. Woodman. Boys' Division cagoula committed to Mississippi Children's Home Society. Prof. S. P. Walker, Girls' Division Mrs. Alice Hull. Special innnlttee- ReDort suDt. of education for month A. P. Bugge, E B. Ma -! : Athens of October received and paproved. Voyadjis. Fraternal Organizations Report of supt. of education in re Arthur Alio-.!, fnlored 1 amittoe expense 1917-1918 school term im provement school houso-H, etc.. ex amined and placed of file. Bids for repairing roads in super visors District No. u denied, it ap pearing that available funds were in sufficient to meet payments. Resignation of Jas. A. Ramsay, road Hayward Brooks, Petal ' n Treasurer Vincent Ros. I "'- 1 ,.,,..v. ouisjil' cl. Pasca goula is und'-r direction ol Mr. CJ. S. Heidelberg. In order to further perfect plans to raise the city's quota Chairman Allen requests that every member of the Influenza Situation So Improved That Ban Has Been Removed on Public Gatherings, Etc. By action of the city council at its Sewers and Street Paving Bonds of 1918. No. $1,000.00 Know All Men by These Presents; That the City of Pascagoula, County of Jackson, State of Mississippi, ack nowledges itself to owe and for value received promises to pay to bearer the principal sum of $1,000.00 on the 1st day of December, 19 , with new cases of influenza were reported ' City of Pascagoula, Mississippi, certify for Pascagoula. M3s Point reported j that the statement hereto attached is a 51 new cases for the week and the true and correct statement of the entire county o only 133. Pascagoula j whole number of votes for and against had no new cases reported Thursday said issue, as follows: for the first time since the inception of j Total Yeas 145, Total Nos 3; the 145 the epidemic. No deaths from in-: votes cast for the proposition being fluenza have been reported since j more than the 2-3 qualified electors Oct. 29. -W.S.S.- PRICES STILL GO UP DESPITE PEACE TALK. commissioner District No. 5, received j various committees and the public and accepted. j gnerally attend the meeting at the W. H. Westfall appointed road com- j courthouse Wednesday evening at missioner Dist. No. 5 to fill vacancy: 7:15 w hen Hon. Leroy Percy, State caused by resignation of Jas . A-Jchalrman, will deliver an address on RamsayT" the urgent necessity of the work. W. A. Hooks directed to ascertain i W.S.S. north limits city of Pascagoula, and DEATH OF MRS. KINNE. repair all bridges outside city limits 1 Mrs. Georgia Parker Kinne, one of In District. No. 3. 1 the oldest and most highly respected Convict foreman directed to c:irc ladies of Pascagoula, died at the home for live stock belonging to convict of her daughter, Mrs. V. H. Ladnier, camp until further orders. at the beach Tuesday morning at Supt. Bond Thinks that Safest Way to Make Up For Lost Time. In a letter addressed to superinten dents and principals of schools State Superintendent W. IP, Bond, following the advice of the attorney general suggests that it is better to increase salaries for teachers while at work than to pay them on a lost time bas- sis on account of the recent closing lue to the influenza. Superintendent Bond says: "The Attorney General has given it as his opinion that it will not be afe to pay teachers directly for tiin lost, and suggests that the lost salarv be made up by an incret.-' In salary during the next month taught or dur- ing the remaining mot As yon know there is no stall bearing dl- recetly on this proposition, consequent ly it would have to be taken to the Supreme Court for a final decision. Since it is almost as convenient to j louhle the salaries of all teachers for I the next month taught and thus avoid any question at all as to the lo- Report of Dr. C. Cross, director of 18:80, aged 80 years. She became ill rural sanitation, received and placed , Saturday and her condition became of vie. : such that, a surgical operation was Contract for 10,000 bills, oyster 1 necssarv. The oner.it ion was oerform- shells to be delivered at Gurlie Land- ed about noon Monday, but she never fng on river road, district No. 2, let rallied and passed peacefully away as M. M. Flechas 20c per bbl, slated above. Proposed road of Mrs. L. P. Brown I The funeral took place at Greenwood et al. Dist. No. 4, accepted and order- cemetery Tuesday afternoojj at 4 p. in., ed maintained as county road. the services being eoiniucted by Rev. County treasurer directed to tore- John Chipman of the Episcopal church, close loans, where interest is past Beautiful floral offerincs were lovingly We, the undersigned Commissioners of the election held this the 22d day of October, A. D, 1918, in and for the City of Pascagoula, Miss., for the pur pose of obtaining an expression from the qualified electors of said City, whether or not the Mayor and Board meeting Tuesday evening the ban j of Aledrmen of said City, County and against public gatherings was lifted i State, should issue bonds of the saiod on all public gatherings, etc., effective , City to the amount of $11F,000.00 or Saturday, Nov. 9. Churches were per- as much thereof as may be j interest theron from date hereof until mitted to hold services beginning necessary to provide funds for the con-1 paid, at the rate of six per centum per Wednesday, Nov. 7. struction of Sanitary and Storm Sew-1 annum payable semi-annually on the For the week ending Nov. 8 only 35 ers and Street Paving in and for said ; 1st day of December and May in each year, as evidenced by and on the presentation and surrender of the at tached interest coupons, as they sev erally become due. Both principal and interest of this bond are hereby made payable in lawful money of the United States of America at the Contienental and Commercial National Bank of Chicago, 111. And for the prompt payment of this bond at maturity, and the Interest hereon as it falls due the full faith, credit and resources of said City are hereby irrevocably pledged. This bond is one of a series of 115 bonds of like date and tenor, amount ing in the aggregate to $115,000.00 Issued for the purpose of raising funds for the construction of Sanitary and Storm Sewers and Street Paving in and for the City of Pascagoula, in pursuance of and in strict conformity with the provision of Chapter 99 of the Mississippi Code of 1906 and under the authority of an affirmative vote of more than 2-3 of the qualified electors of the said City, voting at a special election called for this purpose, and of ordinances duly passed at legally held meetings of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of said City. And it is hereby certified and recited that the said City of Pascagoula 1b a legal municipal corporation existing under the laws of the State of Missis sippi, that the present total indebted ness of said City, including this bond, does not exceed ten per centum of the assessed valuation of the taxable property and that all acts, conditions and things required by the laws and constitution of the State of Mississippi to be done, precedent to and in the issuing of this bond have been proper ly done, happened and been performed in regular and due form and time as requird by law and that the Mayor and Board of Aldermen will each year, at the time provided by law, levy a special annual tax to be used ex--ivply in paying the interest on this '-erest coupons shall sev- Reserve Board Reports Business Active Throughout Country. Washington, Nov. 6. Despite peace prospects, "prices generally through out the United States are showing a tendency toward a further upward movement," according to the 'federal reserve board's monthly review today of business conditions as reported by agents in each federal reserve district. Increases are particularly noticeable in commodity lines not affected by the government's price-fixing program. Many manufacturers and other pro ducers are reported following a con servative course by keeping only small stocks on hand in preparation for new business conditions after the war. Rising prices and credit inflation, the board says, must be opposed by strictly personal economy. The board's explanation shows that bank loans for purposes other than short time commercial transactions ore becoming steadily greater in volume and In proportion to reserves, causing inflation and resultant in creases in prices. thi General business activity throughout "'ry la reported by practically : ember, A. D. 191 of the City, to-wit: 132 Signed: W. W. WALKER, S. H. FREDERIC, C. S. MERIWETHER, Commissioners. Now, therefore, be It ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Pascagoula, Jackson county, Mississippi, Sec. 1. That said report of said Election Commissioners, be- and the same is hereby accepted, ratified and approved. And be it further ordained: Sec. 2. That the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the said City of Pasca goula. Jackson County, Misssissippt, this day issue and cause to be issued municipal bonds to the extent of $11?, 000.00 or as much thereof as may lie ecessary for the purpose of providing funds for the construction of Sanitary and Storm Sewers and Street Paving in said City of Pascagoula, Jackson County, Mississippi, and be it further ordained, Sec. 3. That the Mayor, the Clerk or any member of the Board be, and is specially authorized to do any and every act necessary and requisite to the tssuance of said bonds in that of fixing or completing the said Issue In its details. Voted upon in sections and adopted as a whole this the 5th day of Nov Aldermen Lewis, al! reserve agents. The marked reduction in re put of clothing materials, shoes attu other articles of personal use Indicate, the board said, that civilians in a few months may have great difficulties in getting these goods. Banking conditions are reported Brondum I Watts, Nelson, Bocht and nt out- voting yes. V P. DeJEAN, Mayor BBCHT, Clerk, and uoaru oi a mermen "dinahoe F. I. Thc Mayor having caused the following to be reduced to writing, .same we road and considered section by se "about as satisfactory as could be ex-1 lion and adopted as follows: pected under the circumstances." , An ordinance Authorizing the issuance Building operations nre practically of ,1 15,000.06 Sanitary and Storm stationary. -W.S.S. due. beside that of f.8.8.- strewn over her grav her husband. Mrs. Kinne was born at Grovelaml, III., Sept. 20, 1888, her father being George L. Parker. Coming to Pasca goula a quarter of ;, century ago with her husband, the late W. L. Kinne, she soon endeared herself I" a large circle CITY COUNCIL. The city council at its meeting Tues day night took (he ban off public meet ings, permitting religious services on and alter Wednesday, Nov. 6 and all other kinds of meetings and the reopen ing of theatres, soda fountains. pool ,r friends by her genii, manners and rooms, etc., on and after Saturday, splendid mental attainments. The '"'ov- !l- brilliancy of her mind remained un- Ordinances were adopted providing impaired to the day of her death. She for the lamaace of the $115,000 of as a true Daughter of the Revolu tewerage and paving bonds authorized ,jon, DT grandfather hearing a proml ( '" recenl election. nent part in the war for American in- 1 for dependence. She was a relative Sewers and Street Paving Bonds, of the City cf Pascsooula, Miss:ssippi. Mr. John V . P. Blumer of Moss Point Whereas, at a special election duly was assaulted at his store in that city ; caned ana ilcid on the 22nd day of lt.te Thursday afternoon by one of his j October, A. D. 1918, in the City of tenants, the difficulty arising over a pMCagOUla, Mississippi, more than question or rent. His assailant used ; two-thirds of the qualified electors of a knife and Mr. Blumer was seriously ! sui(! clty voting In favor of issuing but not necessarily dangerously cut. gajd $115,000.00 Sanitary and Storm His friends tbroughout the county hope sewers and Street Paving Bonds no serious results will follow and that therefore: he will speedily recover. W.S.S. Pascagoula nas Ckuu mis oond to be signed by its Mayor and counter signed by its Clerk and the seal of said City hereto affixed, this the 1st day of December, A. D. 1918. Mayvr. Counter-signed : -Clerk. ! Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Pascagoula, County of Jackson, State Of Mississsippi : Sect. 1. That for the purpose of con structing Sanitary and Storm Sewers , and Street Paving In and for said City, '" the negotiable coupon bonds of sail City shail he issued to the amount Of $115,000.00 or as much thereof as may be necessary, in denominations An Ordinance Ordering Issuance of;'"' H.000.00 each and shall lie 115 in Bond for The rnnistcuction of ; number, liuiii tiered I coin one 10 11! Sanitary and Storm Sewers and l'ol,! Inclusive Street P-ivinn ' known as "Sanitary and Storm Sewer After spending a furlough of a week here wfthm his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. 0. Watts, Mr. Lawrence Watts re turned this week to the University at Auburn. Ala., where he is a member of the U. S. Training Unit. ORDINANCE No.- -1918. ''o. Coupon. $30.00 On the 1st day of , 19 , the City of Pascagoula, County of Jackson, State of Mississippi, promises to pay to bearer, $30.00, in lawful money of the United States of Amer ica at the Continental & Commercial National Bank of Chicago, 111., for the interst due that day on its "Sanitary and Storm Sewers and Stret Paving Bonds of 1918." No. Mayor. Counter-signed: -Clerk. Sec. SO irom one to "t 1 lithographed aml prjnu.,i j tw Said Bonds shall bolmore colors and lie signed by land Stret Paving Bonds of 1918 ami Whereas on the 24th day of Septem ber. A. I). 191S, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Pascagoula. Miss., annotated Commissioners of otor-Mnn i hnM snwi niantion tn sai.t year, December 1st, 1919 to 1921, both Shall be dated December 1st, 1918, and puyal le semi-annually as follows: Ponds numbered from 1 to 3 both inclusive shall mature, bonds each City of Pascagoula, Jackson County, inclusive, bonds numbered from four of Mississippi, for the purpose of determ- ' 10 "mn inclusive, snan maiurc Mil wen ital isseaa- iaui uevere of Revolutionary fame. I Inlng whether or not said bonds should j two uonus eacn year uecemmi im. ed valuation ompared A.t the bittle of Lexington one of the j be issued to the said amount of $115,- from 1922 to 1924 both Inclusive with ?i.485.ooo la m The city first shots fired In the Revolution pass-! 000.00, or as much thereof as may be bonds numbered from 10 to 18, both in- tax rat.- was fixed al Ml Is, divided through the re.sidei.ee of her uncle, necessary, and tor the purpose afore- elusive, shall mature three bonds each She was also a Mid, and whereas, said election com- year irom ive to mi, ouihm um R hert Ingersoll I mlsstoners called an electeion to beared from 18 o M shall mature r, held on the 22nd day of October. A ,,(3 n ',:ir lrom l to bonds numbered lrom L'H to .tl shall ,-ality of the proposition, this seems pllrposes u lit trie s uesi uiing 10 no. as follows: Uercnnl fond f! mills; general improvement fund 5J mills school fund 41 mills; bond redemption fund t mills; school bonds Sinking fund i mill. The general improvement fund tax of 5i mills is to take care of the $15,000 borrowed last summer for "I think the teachers on their part A resolution was adopted irranting seven grandchildren, the Internitional Shipbuilding Com- Kramer of this city Otpt John Parker kins'.voma.i if Kn aad bad man Mi n ting reminis -.d,.-. M . , t i ,,iv . I -ms hn 1 D 191S, for the purpose of determin She is sure . son...;.-..,: whether or not bonds should be matur? six each yeat in year 1930. KtaUM RCe Of 11 ns "uba- two I by the said City of Pascagoula, onds numbered from .15 to 66 shall daughter. Mrs. An.,- Ladnier and Jackson County Mississippi, to the mature eight each year from 1931 to Mrs. Inez. Hollister oi this city; and Bald amonnl rf $HSOO0.OO, or as much W. bonds numbered from 6. to 5 Mrs L U. thereof sseary, and for I "Mil maiure in me year iiwe. nonaa . th o,;:. ., if. . and numbwed ftosn 76 to 95 shall msture V w w biiiiuivu - r r should volunteer to make up the time j PXPmption fron, taxation on its of Mr. Reno and lU.r iiollister boys. Win , I Mayol B rd of ten each year from LM to 1937 both flltllAM .. 4 ..-.In .... ,, l,,,l; I n. I..' cue. uu oaimuo.a, u. II J". "I ! ,, ,,i- a,l hnines fnr ten Vfinrs. teaching a period longer each day. 1(.,.inninK Fpl) j m8 If the matter of lost time and salary; w!? That the said bonds shsll be o or the Mayor of said City and Countersigned by the Clerk of said City, and tin coupons attached to said bonds shall be executed with the original or en graved fae-simile signature of the said officials, and the said officials are here by ordered and authorized to so ex ecute the said bonds and coupons fo: and in behalf of the City. After liein; executed as herein provided for, tin said bonds shall be delivered to thi purchaser thereof, on payment of th'. purchase price thereof, and the pre ceeds of said sale shall be paid a directed by the Mayer and Board o Aldermen and shall be used for m other purpose than the one for whic'. the said bonds are issued. See. 4. That there shall be levie. and collected each year a Rpeoial ta: sufficient rate ami amount with whici tn pay the interest on the said bond and also to retire them as they serial ly and severally become due, whici. three of whom country. are serving their I Aldermen rl u Cltj ol Paacs tula, inclusive, and bonds numbered from saj(I Ux eVy and this ordinance pre has been settled already in a manner satisfactory to all parties you need not of course pay any attention to this letter. "I trust that you will give only one lay for Christmas this time in view -W.S.S LOUISIANA DEFEATS WOMAN SUFFRAGE. New Orleans. .Nov. S. The consti tutional amendment which would Jackson County. kfiflslpl caw ' " " inclusive suau maiurt notice of proposal to Issttl ...id Lend, Oe ember 1st. 1938. and December 1st to the said amount of 11,900.00, or as " " ho the niiturity da:. ; remain outstanding and unpaid. much thereof as may be necessai ;. t.,i 'i all 11 mi maiming in earn- Sec. 5. That all ordinances or part: vldlng for same, shall be irrepealabb o long as any of the said bends shal of the fact that we have lost so much time m ilefpate.l at vesterdav's election. Furthermore, these are war . , :,,.,,, ,n,mv times, and holidays are strictly out of WW - is non commits! on his future polit ical pirns, but it is rumored that be grant suffrage to women in Louisiana wjn i. a candidate for floater repre order. Very likely our soldier hoys wdli not haven even Christmas day off The second line of defense should be just as patriotic as they." W.S.S. Master James Morris, the 16 year lo nlake the race. old son of Mr and Mrs. . J. Morris, who has been quite ill of pneumonia, is reported to have passed the crisis in the disease and with no unforseen complications his recovery is confi- Rem tor K. M. Johnson of Kord was minelinK with his friends in thh city Monday of this week. The Senator the purpose aforesaid, to be publish' d ' !' for three consecutive weeks in the Said bond hs r interest al the Pascagoula Chronicle, a newspaper rate of pet ee tim pel amuun, I published in the said City of Basra- payable scm a toe .at day sentative lor Jackson and Harrison coula. County and state, and ot December and . S May or counties, al least he Is being strongly Whereas, said election commission-' each year, as evide.. t. interest ur-ed by his friends in both counties ers caused notice ot said election to coupons atiacneu to sani oomu . ami -W.ts.s - RED CROSS. The Home Service Committee will j dently expected receive and pack the Christmas lioxes I W.S.S. for our hoys overseas from Nov. 13 j Mrs. W. H. Morris left Thursday to 20 inclusive, from noon to 3 p m . fr her home al Jsuhstl, Mssk, Mrc at the Chapter House on Courtlrjuse she exper's to remain for the Christ 8jMrp. ina hojjdayi. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Belote and three little sons arrived Saturday from their homo at Newton. Miss., to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cox. After a fen days stay, Mr. Belote returned to Newton, but Mrs. Belote and the chil dren will remain fo. : longer visit. W.S.S Rad the Chronicle ii-ao year. be published for three consecutive both principal and interest of said weeks in a newspaper, the Pascagoula bonds shall be payable in lawful monc-v-Chronicle. published in the said City, of the United States of America, at County and State, and the Continental and Commercial Whereas, said election was held and National Bank of Chicago. III. the commissioners submft to the Hon. ! Sec. 2. That the said Bonds and Mayor and Board of Aldermen the Coupons attached shall he substantial following report, to-wit: j ly in the following form, resepctively Report of Election Commissioners, to-wit: State of Ml isslppi. United States of America, State of Mis- County of Jackson. f sissippi. County of Jackson, City of Cuy o Pascagoula. Pascagoula, Sanitary and Storm of ordinances heretofore passed In conflict with the provisions of thir ordinance or any portion therof, shall lie and are hereby repealed. Sec. 6. That there being an urgent public necessity for the construction of a Sanitary and Storm Sewer System and the paving of certain streets in the said City of Pascagoula. therefore, this ordinance shall be in force from ami after its passage, approval and publication, as required by law. Adopted as a whole this 5th day of November, A. D. 1918. Aldermen Lewis. Becht, Watts, Nel son and Brondum voting yes. and there being no negative votes. V. P. DeJEAN. Mayor. F. D. BECHT, Clerk.