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I L' I (Christmas Club 0f alt? I Merchants Bank , | OF BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS., | Will Start January 3, 1916 THIS YEAR has proven so successful that we decided to continue per manently this branch of banking. We are introducing for 1916 three classes. I 2 cts a week will amount to $25.50 5 cts a week will amount to $63.75 50 cts a week straight will amount to $25.00 I CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN FULLY. Sea Coast JEcbo. Political Announcements. Announcements under this head—s2.so FOR ALDERMAN-WARD 1. Tne Echo is authorized to announce WM.C. SICK as a candidate for Aider man from ward 1, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. The Echo is authorized to announce TV A. McDonald as a candidate for Alderman, Ward 1, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary. Tulane at S. S. C. Gym tonight. Tax-paying time. Do it today. To do good is the Chirapractor’s re ligion. —adv. Mr. A. W. Bishop, of the Bay Candy Company, was a business visitor to New Orleans Thursday. Mrs. S. Allen Bordelon and sister, Miss Carmelite Spotorno, and little Miss Lillian Bordelon, have returned to their home at Marksvilie, La. It is not too late to join the Merchants Bank 11)16 Christmas Club. Do it today. It costs nothing to join. See advertise ment in another column. This ad will not appear again. Joe Escobal, engineer on the mail boat between this city and Kiln, while on duty yesterday was stricken with a spinal affliction and was carried to Dr. Horton of this city for attention. Dr. Jos. M. Suarez was a visitor to Logtown during the early part of the week to attend a quarterly meeting of the Hancock County Medical Associa tion, to which organization he was elected a member. Mr. George Sick, son of Mr. Conrad Sick, returned home this week from Detroit, Michigan, where he took a course in the electrical department of the Cadillac technical school. Mr. Bernard O’Connor, who, with Mrs. O’Connor and their children, are spending part of the winter with their relatives, Mr. J.F, Cazeneuve and fam ily, left last night on a flying business trip to his home at Indianapolis, Ind., intending to return the early part of next week. Don’t wait for someone to try chiro practic first; you may die waiting.—adv The professional card of Dr. Jos. M. Suarez, physician and surgeon, appears in this issue of The Echo. Dr. Suarez, recently resigned from the services of the Government, comes to Bay St. Louis highly recommended personally and professionally and is worthy of local confidence. Rev. H. C. Roberts, of Biloxi, will hold services in the Baptist church of this city tomorrow—Sunday —at 11 o’clock A. M. He has succeeded to the pastorate of the church and will be per manently located on the field by the Ist of February, occupying the cottage in Union street formerly occupied by the Rev. Weathersby, Rev. Gavan Duffy, S. D. C., of New York, and son of Rev. Dr. Duffy, rector of Christ Episcopal church, of this city, has been delivering a series of sermons on Faith during the week at the local church to large congregations. He is a splendid and earnest speaker and has created a profound impressiod. He will leave for the North tomorrow night on the late train. W. A. McDonald, prominent and well-.known business man of this city, is announced in this issue of The Echo as a candidate for Alderman from Ward 1. If elected, Mr. McDonald promises to give the city a business administra tion. His platform, he says, includes the utmost care of spending the city s money; that in spending it he will con sider it with that same care as if it were his own. He asks the voters to give his candidacy their earnestattention and their vote on the day of election. Close of the Mission at Christ Epis copal Church-The Rev. Gavan Duffy, Superior of the Society of Divine Com passion, York, closes his mission on Saturday night and Sunday (tomor row) goes to Washington, D. C., where he is special pr?aohet at the National Cathedral, Services tonight at 7:30 P. M- Services tomorrow— Sunday; 8 A. M., Holy Eucharist. HA. M., morn ing prayer and sermon. 7:30 P- M., mission service. The morning offerto ries go to church expenses. The even ing offertory goes to the Society of the piyine Compassion, With this issue, No. 1, Volume 25, The Echo enters upon its twenty-fifth year, and we point to the fact with more than ordinary interest. While The Echo has long been an established success and still continues so, thanks to the favor of its patrons and a generous public, w T e do not measure its success entirely on the basis of dollars and cents. This paper and its publisher have ever stood for the uplift and better side of the material things for Bay St. Louis and Hancook county and the sea coast generally and in what ever meas ure this success has been accomplished is, to say the least, more than gratify ing. Our policy has been first to give the news and always with a view of the constructive. It is better to build than to tear down, and for the fellow with a grouch we have never had time. In the course of nearly a quarter of a century Bay St. Louis has grown con siderably and we haye watched the city’s advancement with more than ordinary interest. We hope to continue to merit the good will confidence of the public in future as in the past. Mr. D. U. Harris, well-known civi engineer, formerly of Mississippi but now with headquarters at Mobile, has signed a contract with the Bay St. Louis Board of Bond Commissioners and gone to work for a complete survey of the entire beach front, the planning of a seawall and to give the estimated cost of same including the filling in behind. This accomplished the Commissioners will then in turn report to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen for further con sideration and to realize the funds necessary to pay for the improvement. The Bond Commissioners have secured the services of a competent man in Mr. Harris, who is a hard and conciencious worker and who can and will “deliver the goods” in the shortest time pos sible. At a meeting of citizens held at the parlors of £t. Stanislaus College Tues day night an organization to be known as S. S. C. Athletic Association was organized. The following-named Exe utive Committee was elected: E. J. Gex, H. L. Heymann, Rev. Bros. Isadore and Peter, Edwin Edwards, Harry Glover, Foster Commegere, John Craft, J. N. Wisner, J. H. Harrison, Leon B. Cap depon, Chas. G. Moreau. The election of officers followed, Chas. G. Moreau president and Bro. Peter secretary and treasurer. The meeting adjourned, to convene again Tuesday night when fur ther arrangements will be completed for the great cross-country run February 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Osoinach, of New Orleans, who have been spend ing the holidays with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John Osoinach and family, left for their home Wednesday, pre paratory to moving to Memphis, Tenn., where Mr. Osoinach’s headquarters will hereafter be located. He is con nected with the Southern Weighing and Inspection Bureau and his change of location carries with it a promotion with considerable more salary attached. The promotion is a recognition of faith ful and efficient services, and The Echo always takes a special pride in noting the advancement of its Bay boys. The Misses McGinn entertained at “five hundred” Tuesday night at the family home in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O’Connor of Indianapo lis. The affair was quite a handsome one. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. O’connor and Miss Gertrude Cazeneuye, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harri son, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gex, Mr. and George H Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Pow er, Mrs. Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. Mathe son,Mr. and Mrs. Muller, Misses Pearl Fahey, May Caruthers,Josie Boardman, Mr, Charles Breath and Mrs. Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Moreau,Dr.Evans,Messrs. John and Edwin Edwards, J P McGinn. The Merchants Bank publishes its financial statement, as called for by the State Auditor on December 31st, else where in this issue ot The Echo, and which proves to be one of the best yet published. The total amount of de posits is $304,555.57, while the total re sources are $373,719.58. The splendid statements from the Merchants Bank, as published from time to time when called upon by the State to do so, re flect the able management of the bank and the unremitting efforts of those who have made such showing possible. Mr. W. A. McDonald, honored by Governor-elect Bilbo with an appoint ment to the Governor’s Staff, will leave here tomorrow afternoon for Jackson to participate in the inauguration, which * will occur Tuesday, the 18tb. Mr. R. J. Williams, president of the R. J, Williams Lumber Cos., of this locali ty, has also been similarly honored and Will leave Picayune for Jackson Mon day, TO. IMPROVE BEACH ROADS. Biloxi Takes Steps to Obtain Survey and Right of Way. BILOXI, Miss., Jan. 13. — Ataspecial meeting of the city council held Tues day night a committee was appointed by Mayor E. Glennan to obtain a survey of the beach roadway in view of the fact that they might secure the right of way of the road from the property owners who will co-operate with the board of supervisors in the expenditure of Biloxi’s share of the $200,000 for which they authorized bonds to be issued for the building of good roads in this country, particularly along tin beach driveway. Statement Of The Financial Condition of THE MERCHANTS BANK LOCATED AT BAY ST. LOUIS, In the County of Hancock. State of Mississippi at the close of business Dec. 31,1015, made to the Board of Examiners. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $201,242.10 Overdrafts unsecured 3,351.30 Guaranty Fund with State Treasurer 500.U0 Banking house and lot, 9000.00 Other real estate owned 126.00 Furniture and fixtures 1000.00 Due from other banks. 53,022,33 Exchanges and checks for next day's clearings 1074.23 Cash items ♦ •• 618^03^ Paper currency, 12,232.00 Gold Coin, . 375.00 Silver coin, nickels and cents, 805.28 Cos. and City warrants.... 30,573.24 TOTAL $373,719 58 LIABILITIES. Capital paid in 30,00e.00 Surplus 35,00.03 Undivided profits, less 9Sm. \ interest, expenses at Dividends unpaid, 2,255.00 Individual deposits, including savings deposits, 205,135,14 Time certificates of deposits 99,420,43 Cashier checks outstanding 326,17 TOTAL $373,719,58 I, George R. Rea, cashier do solemnly swear that the above is a true statement of the finan cial condition of The Merchants Bank, located at Bay St, Louis in the County of Hancock State of Mississippi, at the close of business on the 31 day of Dec. 1915, to the best of my knowledge and belief. GEO. R. REA, Cashier Correct—Attest; L. M. GEX CHAS. G. MOREAU. State of Mississippi, Hancock County. Sworn to and subscribed before me by George R Rea, Cashier, this 14 day of Jan. 1916, (Seal) GEORGE MALLARD Notary Public. My commissi on expires July 19, 1919 NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS OF TRE PRO POSED CREATION OF A SEA WALL DISTRICT. State of Mississippi. ) Hancock County ) All property owners within the territory here inafter described, wtthln the Tewn of Waveland, Hancock. Mississippi, are hereby notified that a petition has been filed, properly signed, with the Board of Supervisors of Hancock county, praying that a sea wail district be created un der Chapter ‘275 of che laws of 1914, within the territory as described as follows: The lands to be included in said sea wall dis trict are to begin at the northeast line of lots 45 and 45, Second ward of the town of Waveland, said lots 44 and 45 being the lots subdivided and presently k„own as Waveland Terrace; thence along both sides of the beach or Front road as located prior to the destruction of said road on September 29th, 1915; including all property bordering on said Front road, on the beach side and west or railroad side, also including other lots hereinafter mentioned oft of the beach road —to and including lots 199, 163 inc. in the Third Ward of the Town of Waveland, and to include nil of the lands, roads, streets and alleys des cribed as follows: All of lots X to 8 inclusive, Block I, Waveland Terrace; allot lots i to Id inciusiye; Block-’, Waveland Terrace; all of lots l to 6 inclusive, Block 5, Waveland Terrace; all of lots 1 to 16 Inclusive, Block 6, Waveland Terrace; lots 46, 47, 53,54 and lots 62 to 71 Inclu sive, lets 64 to 91 inclusive, lots 97 to 108 Inclu sive, ail of the above lots being in the Second Ward, Town of Waveland. Lots 1 to 37 luclusive and lot 39; lots 41 to 50 Inclusive; lots 53 to 76 inclusive; lots 61 to 91 in clusive; lots 97 and 98; lots 111 to 114 inclusive; lots 116 to 125 inclusive, all of said lots last men tioned being in the Third Ward of the town of Waveland. Lots Ito 6 inclusive. Block I, An chorage; lots 1 to 6inclusive. Block 2, Anchor age; lots 1 to 4 inclusive, Block 12, Anchorage; lots Ito 4 inclusive. Block 11, Anchorage, the ists last mentioned being in the Subdivision known as Anchorage. In the Third Ward, of the Town of Waveland, and lots 13d to 133 inc of the Third Ward of the Town of Waveland. The District to be from tne north-east line of Waveland Terrace In and including the proper -3 of Mr. E. J. Bowers, the said district to in line the width or head of all st reels, roads or alleys crossing the Front or beach road, or where said roads streets or alleys fronts on th e waters edge of the Gulf of Mexico, and Including the front or beach road. THE FINAL HEARING tor the creation of said Sea Wall District within the territory above described, will be had be fore the Boaru of Supervisors of Hancock coun ty at the February meeting, 1916, meeting of of said board, at the county courthouse, in Bay St. Louis, at io o’clock, on Monday, February 7, UU6. That unless proper objections are filed by the property owners within the district above des cribed, os provided by iaw.uhe proposed sea wall district will be created to embrace the ter ritory as described above. Ail übjeotioos mast be filed with the clerk of tne Board of Super visors on or before the 7th day of February, A. D. 1916, and upon such objections a hearing will be had before the Board of Supervisors, as re quired by Jaw. a. A. KERGUSIE.n, Tseal ) Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Bay St. Louis, Miss., January 4, 1916. Gost—Between Saturday and Sunday, one female collie puppy, 7 month-old; black, with white ring around neck; tan legs. Liberal reward paid if re turned to S- D. Lott at Logtown or to THE H. WESTON LMBK. CO., Logtown, Mies, City Ordinance No. 55- New aeries. AN ORDINANCE Providing Tax For Dogs, and Regulations of Dogs Run ning at Large, and Appointment of a Pound Keeper to Enforce Same. Section 1. Be it ordained b£ the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Bay St. Louis, that no person snail be allowed to own or keep a dog within the City limits of said City without complying with the provisions herewith setforth:- Section 2. That all dogs which are not licensed as herein provided, shall be deemed stray dogs, and shall be disposed of as hereinafter provided. \ Section 3. That immediately after the passage of this ordinance, the Sec retary of the Board shall cause to be made metal dog .tags, stamped with some device deemed suitable by him and shall furnish them to all persons who apply for same at the sum of 25 cents each, who shall also pay to the Secretary the sum of 75 cents as license fee, and for issuing said dog tax license, the Secretary shall to the Board account for t&e monthly collec tions. Section 4. That any person allowing a dog to run at large at any time after the promulgation of th : s Ordinance, without such license or tag, shall be liable to a fine of not more than $5 00 to be recovered upon conviction in the Mayor’s Couit Sec ion 5. That whenever a dog is found running at large without being licensed as above, (he Marshal or Deputy Marshal or have Keeper as hereinafter providj?£-ffor shall endeavor to ascertain the and cause said owner to be arrested; but if unable with reasonable diligence to ascertain such owner, he shall proceed to kill said dog in the most humane manner possible under the circumstances and for such killing shall recover the sum of 50 cents for each deg so destroyed. Section 6. That any person who shall maliciously or wantonly remove or cause to be removed, directly or indirectly any license or tag from the dog of a person, or who shall counterfeit or mutilate such tags, made and delivered as herein provided for, shall be fined not less than $5.00 and not more than $20.00. Section 7. Whoever shall keep a yicious dog and shall permit the same to run at large unmuzzled in the streets squares or thoroughfares shall be fined in a sum not exceeding $5.00. Section 8. It shall be unlawful for the owner of any slut bitch of female dog in leaf to permit same on the streets or other public places in said City, during such pericd of leat and any such owner permitting such dog on the streets shall be liable to a fine .of not more than $50.00. Section ‘9. It shall be the duty of the Marshal or other police officer or pound keeper of said Town to take up such dogs found unlicensed on the streets or other public places in Bay St. Louis, and to immediately notify the owner if he or her can be found by reasonable deligence, that such dog has been taken up and that it can be obtained within - Jtwenty-four hours after receipt of said notice by paying the license fee as hereinabove provided, and the sum of 50 cents in addition thereto as expense for taking up auch dog, which said 5o cents shall be paid to°th,e Marshal or Pound keeper or Deputy Marshal of said Town. Section 10. If the said owner of such dog shall not call for same within twenty lour hours after such notice or if the owner cannot be found the said dog shall destroyed as hereinabove provided, , igMffS&Si t Jj our alter the capture thereoi. Section 1L for the purpose of enforcing this Ordinance, and the stoett law in additiosite j*be *lvfarshaf and fjgpuly Marshal, the Mayor, if he deems it necessary, mi"’ t appoint a duly qualified elector ia City of Bay St. Louis to enforce this Ordinance and the stock law. The said appoint ment to be for a term of 30 days and that said appointment to be confirmed by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, the person so appointed to be known as Pound Keeper, and the fee paid him for his services to be same as herein provided for in Sections 5 and 9 of this ordinance and receive same compensa tion on impounding cattle as allowed Marshal for impounding cattle and is to receive no other compensation. Section 12. That this Ordinance to go into effect from and after being published ia manner provided for by law. L. B. CAPDEPON, Mayor. Attest; P. Pem Davis, secretary. This 3rd day of January, 1916. Special Meeting Board of Miyor and Aldermen Statof Mississippi, 1 Hancock County > City ofßay St. Louis J Pursuant to special call, a special meeting of the Bd&rd of Mayor and Al dermen of the city of BaySt.Louis,Miss., was held at the City Hall thereof on ► Tuesday, the 28th day of December, A. D. 1915, at 7 o’clock P. M. There were present Hon. L. B. Capdepon, mayor; R. W. Taylor, E. W. Edwards and F,' S. Fabre, aldermen; F. Banderet, City Marshal, and F. H. Egioff, acting sec retary, Absent, R. S. Blaize, alder man. Notice of Special Meeting. To the the City of Bay S', Louis, Miss. Gentlemen: You are hereby notified to be present at a special meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Bay St. Louis, Mias., to be held at the City Hall thereof on Tues day, the 28th day of December, A. D. D. 1915, at 7 o’clock P. M., the object being to appoint a city secretary, the vacancy' caused by the death of R. F. O’Brien, and to ratify tbe appointment by the mayor of F. H. Egloff as acting secretary up to this meeting. Executed on Alderman Taylor Dec ember 28th, 3 P. M.; Alderman Blaize—- absent; executed on Alderman Edwards December 28th, 3:15 P. tf.; executed on Alderman Fabre, December 28, 4 P. M. F. BANDERET, City Marshal. Moved by Alderman Taylor, second ed by Alderman Fabre, that this Board ratify the appointment by the Mayor of F. H. Eglofl as acting secretary up to this meeting. Moved by Alderman Fabre, second ed by Alderman Taylor, that this Board appoint Mr. P. Pern, Davis to fill the unexpirea term of the city secretary, caused by thi death of Mr. R.F. O’Brien. Carried. * , There being np further business the Board edjouruedUo meeting in course F. 11. EGLOFF, Secretary. “For Rent” fid “For Sa’.J* -vigil* lor sale at this <fcce. ;. I Real Estate I toFsaTr BARGAINS f nl lAAvI7A With orner Store, Cottage I LUI IvUaliUj and Charming Bungalow. I CORNER MAIN AND TOULME STREETS, CENTER OF TOWN. I FURNITURE, CROCKERY, ETC., INCLUDING ELECTRIC LIGHT- I I ING EQUIPMENT AND SCREENS. 5 BEARING PECAN TREES. I APPLY TO I F.C.BORDAGES,Sr. GEX BLDG., MAIN STREET, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. [™Fall Dress Goods] B I | Latest Shades' and Fabrics. We are sole agents for W L Douglas Shoes for jji | Men, Godman Shoes for Boys. )!! p The PRINCE Combination-twenty tools in one, Diamond Edge Tools, | | Mound City Paints. We have a complete line of Hardwich Stoves,! Perfec- |jj p tion Oil Heaters, Rex Coal Heaters, Nursery Fenders, Coal Shovels, Coal | J | Hods, Fire Pokers, Stove Boards, Coal Tongs, Roofing, Fence Wire, Harness | | Bicycle Goods. | j J. 0. MAUFFRAY, CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Hie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. Notice is hereby given by the City Democratic Executive Committee that candidates wishing to have their names appear on the ticket, municipal prima ry February 26, 1916, will have until January 24, 1916, 6 o’clock p. ra., to file their names with the secretary. CH AS. G. MOREAU, Secretary. Bay St, Louis, Miss., .tan. 6,1916. FOR SALE —My place in Ballintine street must be sold. Inspect the pro perty and make me an offer. J. E. MiJanes, 1428 Joliet st.. New Orleans. ' D k7c7 l.horton7 Physician and Surgeon, Office: GEX BLDG., Mala t , Hoar* 19 to 11 A. M. aal 4tas P. M Telephone 82 Residence—Carroll avenue, Phone 82. At Power’s Drug Store, Phone 189. DR. J. M. SUAREZ. Physician and Surgeon, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Residence—Citizen St. Telephone —160 Hours From 6 to 8 of Evenings. DR. HAMPDEN S. LEWIS, Office Bolton Building, I BILOX I, Miss. 11l Howard Avenue,! Office Hours: 9 to 12 A. M. —3 to 6 P. M. Office ’phone 68. Residence ’phone 692 EMILE J. GEX, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OFFICE -GEX BLDG., Main Street BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. ' DR. J. A. EVANS, DENTIST, Office.—ln Hancock County Lank Building Hours from 8 A. M, to >:3O P. M. BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS ROBERT L. GENIN, ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Office—Genin Bldg.,’.Main Street, BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. Will T. McDonald. Carl Marshal MCDONALD & MARSHALL. ATTORNEY’S AND COUNSELLORS at law. Offices; —Hancock County Bank Bldg. BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. NOTiCE TO CREDITORS. ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE TO CREDI TORS OF SALVADOR S. BENIGNO. Letters of administration having been grant ed on October 2. 19;3, by the Chancery Court of Hancock county, Mississippi, to the undersign ed upon the estate of Salvador S. Benigno, of Hancock county, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate to present same to tne clerk of said court for probate and registration, according to law. wiUiln one year from this date., or they will be forever barred. KOSINE A. BENIGNO, Administratrix. This the- 6th day of October A. D. 191S, N OTIC TORS. Letters Af administration on the estate of R R. Perkins, deceased, were granted un dersigned by the Chancery Court or Tlancock county, State of Mississippi, on the 14th day of December, A. D. 115, andAtherefore, ngtio© is hereby given requiring all persons having elaims against said estate to tuve same probat ed and registered oy the clerk of said court within one year from this datdand failure to so crobateand register in one Tear will bar the claim. MRS. TEMPIE PERKINS, kdiplnistratrix. This 18th day of December. 1915. Gex & Waller, attorneys for estate. Dr. J- H. SPENCE, tieotit, lmaounce* his office hours, in the Gex Building, Main street, will be on Mondays an&Friday s/ from 10a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Hial patients and future patrons will goverh them eives accordingly. Tei. 13d. L Wake up busiW^ss! -The Bell Telephone is the Big Ben of Business. Ring up on the Bell. You may talk about dull times ’till you lose your breath but it won’t help matters, save your breath to talk into your Bell Telephone. Ring up old customers, then start on a fresh list of prospects, there is no quicker way none that saves more time or expense. If you haven’t a Bell Telephone, get one now. Call the Business office for rates. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ffSP% & TELEGRAPH COMPANY lAII INCORPORATED BOX 377, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. CONDENSED STATEMENT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF THE £ - | Hancock County Banks; Bay St. Louis, Miss., 3S INCLUDING ITS BRANCHES AT PASS CHRISTIAN, MISS., AND PEARLINGTON, MISS.S^ % On Nov. 10, 1916. RESOURCES. 5* Loans and discounts f 310286 40 •Js. Overdrafts 411.22 S Guaranty Fund 3000 00 Stocks, Bonds and Warrants,. 35734.17 jC -ja Banking Houses, furniture & fixtures 228*1.00 5S Other Real Estate, 2418 29 3! Internal Revenue Stamps 46.51 Demand Loans secured by stocks and JJL. =2 bonds listed on the New York or New Orleans stock exchanges, 36937.00 JJL. Cfsh and slgnt exchange, 86707.91 3* 123642.91 - i Total $ 534410.50 S S; sjj LIABILITIES. Capital paid la, S 30,000.00 2? Jt Surplus,.-... 30,000,00 3* Undivided profits 11,767.79—571,767.79 JJL. Deposits 46,2590.77 *“ CerLlfled Checks, 43.49 35 Dividends unpaid, 5.00 3! Total $ 534410.50 S? I, Joseph F. Cazsneuve, Vice President and cashier of the Hancock County Bank sof Bay St. Louis, Miss., do hereby that the foregoing is a true, full and exac JJp m statement of the xssest HblUtiai of said bank including its branches at Pass Christian 3* Miss., and PearUngtoa, Miss on the day and data named therein, as shown by the books of same. JO4. F. CAZS'IEUVE, Vice President and Cashier. *&• F. C. BORDAG'JSLSr., CORRECT—Attest: CAPL MARSHALL, Directors. ml. STATE OP MISSISSIPPI, HANCOCK COUNTY. Sworn to and subscribed before me by Joseph F. Cazeneuve, JVlce President and Tfcs Cashier, this the 2s day of Nov., A. D. 1915. M. E. Analey, f [SEAL] Notary Public, Beat No. 5.