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OUR MOTTO: "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT.
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J. L. Gillespie, Editor and Pdijun
VOL. XVI.— NO. 48.
GREENWOOD, LiFLORE COUNTY. MISSISSIPPI. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
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THIRD
AN ORDINANCE
Declaring the Paving of that part of
Walthall Street from the South line of
Carrollton Avenue to the South line of
Johnson Street, thence along Johnson
Street from where the East line of
Walthall Street crosses Johnson Street
on the South side of the Southern Rail
way in Mississippi, Eastwardly along
Johnson Street to where Johnson Street
intersect* Carrollton Avenue, or to the
Y. & M. V. Depot, also that part of
George Street between the South line
of Carrollton Avanue and tba North
line of Johnson Street
Section 2. It is deemed necessary
the said Mayor and Board of A Alt
., . . » * -4 j —
that Uiat part of the following Streets
in said City hereinafter set out, shall
De paved, curbed, guttered and Storni
sewered. That part of Walthall Street
from the South line of Carrollton
Avenue to the South line of Johnson
Street, thence atong Johnson Street
from where the East line of Walthall
Street crosses Johnson Street on the
South side of the Southern Railway
Mississippi, Eastwanily along Johnson
Street to where Joimson Street inter
sects Carrollton Avenue, or to the
Y. & M V. Depot, also that part
^®rge Street between the South line
of Carrollton Avenue and the North
line of Johnson Street.
beet ion 3. I hat said paving, curb
ing, guttering and storm sewering
deemed a special improvement on said
parts of said Streets which is necessary
and which requires an unusual OUtlky
and costs in excess of the general
Pf r T m u nt fun(i in f h8 Jw*? sm en
of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen
the general improvement fund should
not be used for the purpose of making
such s|>ecial improvements.
Section 4. That said paving be done
with Creosoted Wood Block, and said
curbing and guttering of concrete and
storm sewers of vitrified tiling; all said
work to be done according to plans and
specifications now on file in the Clerk's
office, reference to which is hereby
made.
Sections. That said Street paving,
curbing, guttering and storm sewering
will be, by the Mayor and Board of
Aldermen, ordered to be done and two
thirds (2-3) of the cost of aame will be
required to be borne by the owners or
owner of property abutting on said
Streets at all points where said Streets
are to be paved and curbed, guttered
and storm sewered, the owners or
owner on one side qf each of the
Streets paying one third (1-3) of said
cost, and the owner or owners on the
opposite side of each of the Streets
paying one-third (1-3) of said costs; un
less within ten days after the com
pletion of the publication of this ordi
nance or resolution as required by law,
there is a protest against said improve
ments filed with the Mayor and Board
of Aldermen by a majority Of the
property owners residing on or other
owned by
those parts
y
II
guttering and storm sewering
by the Mayor and Board of
Aldermen, ordered to be done and two
thirds (2-3) of the cost of same will be
required to be borne by the owners or
owner of property abutting on said
street at ail points where said street is
to be paved and curbed, guttered and
storm sewered, the owners or owner on
one side of the street paying one-third
(1-3) of said cost, and the owners or
owner on the opposite side of the street
paying one-third (1-3) of said costs; un
less within ten days after the compte
tion of the publication of the publica
tion of this ordinance or resolution as
required by law, there is a probist
against said improvements flledjwith the
Mayor and Board of Aldermen by a
majority of the property owners resid
ing on or otherwise occupying property
owned by them and included within
that part of above named street as
above set out; or unless at the regular
December meeting the said Mayor and
Board of Aldermen shall allow such ob
jections to said improvement* or any
part thereof as may be presented,
hoard and considered at said meeting
occupying property
and included within
wise
them
of above named Streets as above set
out; or unless at the regular December
1912, meeting the said Mayor and Board
of Aldermen shall allow such objections
to said improvements or any part there
of as may be presented, heard and con
sidered at said meeting and it is hereb
stated that at said meeting there wi
be so heard and considered the objec
tions presented by each and every
property
such property owner or owners are
actually occupying their property ad
joining said Streets or whether or not
such property qwrn-r or owners are
residents or non-residents.
Section 6, That jf the owners or
any owner of any of the property front
ing or abutting on any portion nf the
above described Streets fails to pave,
curb, gutter and storm sewer proper
ly that part as above set out of said
Street lying in front of their or his or
her property within thirty days after
the order lias been passed by the Mayor
and Board of Aldermen, for those
special improvements andin accordance
with plans and specifications as adopted
by said Mayor and Board of Aldermen,
then the said Mayor and Board of
Aldermen shall cause said special im
provements to be made as prescribed
by law and the cost of the work shall
be assessed against the owners as pre
scribed by law and this ordinance.
Section 7. For cause shown, this
ordinance shall take effect from and
after its passage.
Approved November 5th, 1912.
B. L. Young, Mayor Protem.
Attest: R. H. Hicks, Clerk.
owner interested, whether
AN ORDINANCE
Declaring the paving of that part of
Washington Street between Main and
Howard Streets necessary and looking
to a special assessment therefor.
Section L Be it ordained by the
Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the
City of Greenwood, State of Mississippi,
that:
Section 2. It is deemed necessary
by said Mayor and Board of Aldermen
that that part of Washington Street
between Main and Howard Streets be
paved, curbed, guttered and storm
sewered.
Section 3, That said paving, curb
ing, guttering and storm sewering is
deemed a special improvement on said
parts of said Street which is necessary
and which requires an unusual outlay
and costs in excess r.f the general im
provement fund and in the judgment of
the Mayor and Board of Aldermen the
I improvement
used for the purpose of making such
special improvements.
Section 4. That said paving be done
with creosoted wood blocks, arid said
curbing and guttering of concrete, and
storm sewering of vitrified tiling; all
said work tobe done according to plans
and specifications now on file in the
clerk's office, reference to which is
hereby made.
Section 5. That said street paving,
curbing,
will be.
fund should not
en era
and it is hereby stated that at sai
meeting there will be so heard and
considered st said meeting the ob
jections presented by each and every
i property owner interested, whether
I such property owner or owners are
j resident« or non-reaidenta.
by an
Seef i>n 6. That if the owners
« o<'i' <>f any of the front
. n K ' HhuttioK on any portion of the
above descriti d stre« t fails to pave,
curb, gutter and storm sewer properly
1 that part as above set out of said
street lying in front of their, or his or
her property within thirty days after
the order has been passed by trie Mayor
I and Board of Aldermen for thèse
I ipreial improvements and in accordance
with plans and specifications as adopted
in ; by said Mayor and Hoard of Aldermen,
i then the said Mayor ami Board
Aldermen shall cause said special im
prov omen ta to be made as prescribed
of by law. and the cost of the work shall
be assessed against the owner as pre
scribed by law and this ordinance.
Section 7. For cause shown, this
ordinance shall take effect from and
is after its passage.
Approved November 13th. 1912.
(J. R. Rai, Mayor.
ATTRaT: R. H. HlCKS, Clark,
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t AN ORniNANPE
UKUlNANCh
Levying a special assessment under
Sections 341) and (412 of the Code of
1906 as amended by Chapter 201), Sen-1
ate Bill No. GO of the Laws of Hie State
of Mississippi, of H>!2, against certain)
property on Fulton Street from Front
Street to Market Street, and on Mar
ket street from Fulton Street to
Main Street, on Main Street
from Front Street to Washington
Street, and the owners thereof to pay the
costs of paving, curbing and guttering
fh«t portion of Fulton street from
Front Street to Market Street, and on
Market Street from Fulton street to
Main Street, on Main Street from Front
Street to Washington Street, and to
prov ide for the discharge of the
meats made an ordinance entitled, "An
ordinance levying a special assessment
against certain property owners in the
city of Greenwood, Mississippi,
Whereas, by ordinance, or resolution,
duly ordained, the paving described, of
Fulton Street from Front Street to
Market street, and on Market Street
from Fulton Street to Main Street,
Main Street from Fulton Street to
Washington Street wus heretofore do
dared necessary, and the same was
published 11» required by law, and;
Whereas, there was no protest against
such improvements by the resident
property owners, or by the non-resi
dent property owners on the part of
spid street to be improved, and,
Whereas, said improvement by ordi
nance, duly ordained, was ordered to be
made by the Board, and the owners
the part of said street to be improved
failed to make said improvement with
in twenty days after the said ordinance
became operative, and:
Whereas, after Baid twenty days for
making said improvement by
ers had expired, upon the order of this
board, the street commissioner duly
gave due notice to the owners of each
piece of property to be assessed of the
necessity thereof, and said owners still
within the time allowed by law to make
said improvement did not make the
same, or any ;*art thereof, and:
Whereas, said street commissioner
then under the order of this board,
caused said improvement to be made,
and duly kept an account of the costs
thereof, and:
Whereas, said street commissioner
duly reported the cost of said improve
ment to this board at its next regular
meeting after the same was construct
ed, for assessment, and;
Whereas, the city engineer has duly
approved the report of said street
commissioner, and;
Whereas, this hoard under section
3412 of the Code of 191)6 as amended by
Chapter 260, Senate Bill No. 60 of the
Laws of Mississippi, 1912, is required
to apportion said of the whole or said
improvement among such abutting lots
or parcels of ground, and to assess the
same therefor by a special tax to pay
the same. Now, therefore, proceeding
to make said apportionment anil
assessment;
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Board of Aldermen of the -city of
Greenwood, Mississippi:
Section 1. That the cost of the im
provement of paving Fulton street from
Front street to Market street, and on
Market street from Fulton street to
Main street, on Main street from Front
street to Washington street lie and the
same is hereby apportioned among the
following described lots or parcels of
ground abutting thereon, in the follow
ing sums, and that a special assessment
and a special tax is hereby made and
imposed upon the following described
property and the owners thereof to pay
the cost of said improvement and alien
to secure the payment thereof is here
by declared against the said property
as follows:
County of Leflore. 294.0 feet front
ing on the west side of Fulton street in
block 12 of the Howard Part and run
ning back between parallel lines 300
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter $1138.87.
B. L. Young. 62.2 feet, fronting on
the East Bide of Fulton street, in hit 7,
block 3, Howard Part and running back
between parallel! lines 50 feet more or
less. Pavement, grading, curb and gut
ter $240.94.
Mrs. L.Spurrier. North 1-2 lots, block
3, Howard Part, fronting 34.3 feet on
east side of Fulton street and running
back between parallel lines 50 feet
more or less. Pavement, grading, curb
and gutter $132.87.
O. L. Kimbrough. .South 1-2 lot 8,
block 3, Howard Part, fronting.34.3 feet
on the east side of Fulton street and
running back between parallel lines 60
feet more or le»n. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter $132.87.
Mrs. Kate Payne. Lot 10, block 3,
Howard Part, fronting 90.7 feet on the
eut side of Fulton street and running
hack between parallel linesSO feet more
or less. Pavement, grading, curb and
gutter $351.34.
A. L. Davidson. Lot 9, block 3, How
ard Part, fronting 37.5 feet on the cast
side of Fulton street and running back
between parallel lines 50 feet more or
less. Pavement, grading, curb and
gutter $145.26.
City of Greenwood. Alley in block 3,
Howard Part, fronting 10 feet on the
east side of Fulton street. Pavement,
grading, curb and gutter $38.74.
Mrs. Kate Payne. Lot 10, block 3,
Howard Part, fronting 47.7 feet on the
North side of Market street and
nssess
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on
the own
run
ning back between parallel lines 91 feet :
more or less. Pavement, grading, curb j
and gutter $166.33.
W. S. Barry. West 1-2 lot 11, block |
3, Howard Part, fronting 25 feet on the
north side of Market street and run-1
ning back between parallel lines 91 feet
mort or less. Pavement, grading, curb |
nr ard gutter $S7.'1
Henderson & lij
lot Id, block8, H
feet on the North side of Ma.
and running back between nan
137 feet more or les !
or ing, curb and gull
Bank of Commerce Cast part < f iot
13, block M, Howard Part fronting W
' feet on the north side of Market stn -t
and running back between parallel lin *s
137 feet more or less. Pavement, gra 1
mg, curb aud gutter $10-1.t>l.
of! C. Stein. Lots It and K>. Ido'k 3
Howard Part fronting 99.5 feet
j north side of Market street and run!
ning back between parallel linesThfeet
more or less. Pavement, grading
and gutter $34(1.95.
F. R. Austin. West 1-2 lot 7 block
4, Howard Part fronting 2b feet on Hu*
south side of Market street and run
»ing back between parallel lines (19 i,» t
more
and gutter $90. 6(ï.
Mrs. Willie Austin Rest I » lot
i,| '" K *. Iiownr.1 Part. fr.inti.iMr M. I f P ,-t
on the south side]
miming hack between parallel lines l'!7
I feet or less, Pavement gradinir and
I curb and gutter $l8H.t>|
F. R. Austin. "East f-2 of lot 6 and
lots 6 and 4, block I Howard Part
fronting 126.2 feet on the south side of
I Market street and running back be
! tween parallel lints 137 feet more or
j less. Pavement, grading curb and
gutter 440.06.
I J. L. Gillespie. West part of lot .1
block 4, Howard Part fronting 20 1
feet on the south side of Market'streét
and running back between parallel lines
137 feet more or less. Pavement grad
Ing, curb and gutter 70.00.
C. Dantone. 73.6 feet east part of
lot 3 and lot 1. block 4, tfownrd
1!.
'em. 111
$311.02
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:urb
foment, gradin#, curb
f Market street and
Part,
on tlio south side of Market street, run
ning back between parallel linns 114
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter 256.64.
A. F. Gardner. Lot* 6 and 7, block
6, Howard Part, fronting 104 feet on
the south side of Market street ami
running back between parallel lines 69
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter 382.99.
D. W. & R. L. Miller.
Lot 6, block
5, Howard Part, fronting 48.1 feet
the south side of Market street and run
ning back between parallel lines 137
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter 177.13.
W. W. McNeil. West 1-2 of lot 4,
and west 1-2 of lot 3, block 5, Howard
- Part, fronting 50.2 feet on the south
side of Market street and running back
between parallel lines 137 feet
less. Pavement, grading, curb and
gutter 184.87.
S. It. Young. Plast 1-2 of lot 4, block
5, Howard Part, fronting 25 feet
the south side of Market street and
running back between parallel lines 137
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter 92.07,
Judge A. McC. Kimbrough. East 1-2
of lot 3 and west 1-2 of lot 1, block 5,
Howard Part, fronting 50 feet on the
south side of Market street and run
ning back between parallel lines 137
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter 184.13.
A. Davidson. East 1-2 of lot 1, block
5, Howard Part, fronting 25 feet on the
south side of Market street and run
ning back between parallel lines 68 feet
more or less. Pavement, grading, curb
and gutter 92.07.
D. C. Peteet à Bro. Lots 10 and 11,
block 2, Howard Part, fronting 100.2
feet on the north side of Market street
and running back between parullel lines
25 feet more or less. Pavement, grad
ing, curb arid gutty 369.00.
A. Kantrovitz. Lot 12, block 2,
Howard Part, fronting 50.1 feet on the
north side of Market Street and run
ning back between parallel lines 137
feet more < r less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter 184.50.
J. Kantrovitz. Lot 13, block 2, How
ard Part, fronting 50.1 feet on the
north side of Market street, and run
ning back between parullel lines 137
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter 184.50.
Mrs. A. H. McDonald. Lot 16, block
2, Howard Part, fronting 60.3 feet on
tne north side of Mnkret street and
running hack between parallel lines 113
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and gutter 185.23.
M. McMahon.
more or
d
W) lot 14, block 2, How
ard Part, fronting 25 feet on the north
side of Market street and running back
between parallel lines 137 feet more or
less. Pavement, grading, curb and
gutter 92.07.
Dahmer Bros. East 1-2 of lot 14,
block 2, Howard Part, fronting 25 feet
the north side of Market street and
running hack between parallel lines 137
feet more or less. Pavement, grading,
curb and glitter 92.07.
Sam Stein. Lots 7 and 8, block 5,
fronting 137.5 feet on the East side of
Main street and running back between
parallel lines 50 feet more or less.
Pavement, grading, curb and gutter
$506.13.
Mrs. E. Attlesey. Lot 9, block 6,
Howard Part, fronting 70.5 feet on the
East side of Main street and running
back between parallel lines 50 feet
more or less. Pavement, grading, curb
and gutter $259.00.
Joe Stein. Nort part of lot 10, block
5, Howard Part, fronting 22 feet on
the east side of Main street and run
ning back between parallel lines 60 feet
more or less. Pavement, grading, curb
and gutter $80.82.
B G Humphreys,Jr. South part of lot
10, block 6, Howard Part, fronting 45
feet on the East side of Main street
and running back between parallel lines
60 feet more or less. Pavement, grad
ing, curb and gutter $165.32.
B. P. 0. Elks No. 854.
Lots 15 and
16, block 4, Howard Part, fronting 137
feet on the West side of Main street
and running back between parallel lines
160 feet more or less. Pavement, grad
ing, curb and gutter $503.29.
A. McC. Kimbrough. South part of
lot 2, block 4, Howard Part, fronting 45
feet on the West side of Main street
and running back between parallel lines
60 feet more or less. Pavement, grad
ing, curb and gutter $165.32.
A. Davidson. North part of lot 2,
block 4, Howard Part, fronting 93 feet
on West side of Main street and run
ning back between parallel lines 26 feet
more or less. Pavement, grading, curb
and gutter $341.65.
Section 2. That the Clerk is hereby
authorized and directed to enter these
assessments against the above property
and the owners thereof in the paving
assessment book,
Section. 3. That for cause this or
(finance shall takeeffect and be in force
from and after its passage,
Approved November 8, 1912.
G. L. RAY, Mayor,
Attest: K. H. HICKS, Clerk.

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