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Mr. Chas. H. Robinson, president of the Imperial Naval Stores Company, returned home Tuesday from a business nip to New Yo:k city. Mr. I. M. Lichtenstein and family reached here from New Orleans today and will spend the summer at their place of residence, head of Nicholson avenue. Dr. J. S. Adam left during the early part of the week for Memphis, Tenn., Joined by his brother who resides in the Delta. The Doctor will be absent about a fortnight. The Chas. W. Hopkins summer villa at W was sold this week for a cash considers ion of $3,300 to a Pro testant orphan igeef New Orleans, to be used, no doubt as a summer home. Mr. Win. Garic and family arrived this week for a stay of several weeks at their summer home on the beach front before leaving for California, where they intend spending the balance of the season. The Echo has been requested to an nounce that there will be a “rummage sale” given by the ladies of the Epis copal church, on Friday and Saturday of next week, June 23rd and 24th, at the Mauffray building, formerly Bourgeois’ store, Front street. Contributions of rummage are solicited. Mrs. E. E. Lucas and little son, the latter who has been sriously ill the past several weeks at Hotel Dieu, re turned home Monday afternoon pro nounced well and on the high road to recovery. The many friends of the Lu cas-Gragnon family will feel gratified to learn of the little patient’s return home and of his permanent recovery. The many Bay St, Louis and Hancock county admirers of the Hon. “Pat” Harrison will feel gratified to learn that he will have no opposition in his race for Congress this summer, according to indications and from utterances of the press in the district. But why opposi tion? Has not Congressman Harrison made good? The one question answers ibe other, j The recent benefit game of baseball to defray the expense of anew roof for the storm-ridden grand stand at the local baseball park, netted $56.15 and this amount is to be supplemented with a cash contribution of $5 from the La dies’ Woodmen Circle. This realizes the necessary amount, $60.00. Mayor Capdepon, aschairmanof the committee in charge, has already given the con tract for the work. Tomorrow will witness the last game of baseball by the local collegians, and there should be a big crowd to give the boys a rousing send-off. There will be two games. The first, to be called at 1:45, between Stanislaus and the Ama teur Leagurs of New Orleans; second game between the crack team of the Kiln and Pass Christian, and with this aggregation of ball twirlersand twisters batters and catchers there should be “some” ball playing tomorrow, believe me! You .should be their with your “best.” In another column of The Echo will be found the advertisement of the Trio Air Dome, located near the L. & N. depot, publishing the excellent program for every night jiext week. It will be noted Theda Bara will appear on Tues day and Friday nights. “The Battle Cry of Peace,” the most talked-about production, will be shown at the Trio on July 10-11-12th. Admission in some cities to see this picture has been $2.00; in Bay st. Louis the prices will be 25 and 35 cents—within the reach of all. Attorneys K. L. Genin and W. J. Gcx, representing the Mazerat interest, and Carl Marshall, representing the Mc- Closkey interest, in the matter of Ma zerat vs, McClcskey for damages claim ed for alleged assault and battery, were in Jackson the first half of the week arguing the case before the Supreme Court, and from which tribunal a de cision is expected to be handed down next Monday week. It will be remem bered suit was first brought for damages in the sum of SIOO,OOO and the jury fail ed to agree. The second trial was of a suit for SIO,OOO, the jury rendering a verdict in favor of Mazerat in the sum of $3,000. It is from this verdict Mc- Cloakey is appealing, hence the case be fore the Supreme court. The funeral of Mrs. Adele Nicaise look place Saturday afternoon from the late residence in Main street and was largely attended, interment at St. Mary’s Cemetery. Mrs. Nicaise’a death was sudden, taken ill at a late hour Friday night, after she had retired, her demise followed. The deceased was a native of Hancock County, aged 82 years, and was, a widow of Eugene Nicaise. She is survived by six chil dren, Mrs. Joseph E. Saucier, Mrs. W. Saucier, Mrs. R. S. Biaize, Eugene Nicaise and Misses Alice and Zenaide, ■who have the deep sympathy of a wide circle of friends. She was well-known and a most estimable lady, and the news of her death will carry much sorrow. Deputy Sheriffs Bontemps andScheib of this beat, at Peariingtcn Saturday night arrested Henry Brown* with three pints of beer and one pint of whiskey, and charged him with having in his possession more liquor than the law al lowed. He was tried in Judge Gutier rez’s court Monday and the jury of mix ed races found him not guilty. On the aame night, at Logtown, Sheriff Yairin nod Special Deputy Will Jones arrested J. J. Frierson, jr., on charges of carry ing concealed weapon and with having in his possession more liquor than al lowed by law, and on charges similar to the latter arrested Monroe Wheat and Duffy Grant. Judge Freeman Jones convened his court that night, and, af ter due trial found each guilty and fined them “one hundred dollars and costs.” Duffy Grant took an appeal to the cir cuit court. The samp night, at Weaton ia Deputy Sheriff Boatepops and his as sistant arrested nine negroes on the charge of gambling, three of whjch (number Justice Jones found guilty, and discharged .the others. BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN PRO CEEDK-JUNE. (Continued from Page 1.) enacted a law, being House Bill No. 922, Chapter 287 of the laws of 1916, authorizing the city of Bay St. Louis to issue bonds in the sum of $200,000 at a rate of interest not to exceed 6 per cent, per annum, or so much thereof as might be necessary for the building of a sea wall, to protect the banks from overflows, from storms and tide water in the etty of Bay St. Louis; and the Board of Mayor and Aldermen being of the opinion that it is advisable to issue the bonds of the city in the sum of $200,000; now, therefore, Be it resolved that the municipal bond of the said city of Bay St. Louis, Miss., be and they are ordered issued for the purpose of building a sea wall to protect the banks from caving and overflow, from storms and tide water,in the city of Bay St. Louis in the sum of $200,000, the said bonds shall bear date July 1,1916, be in the sum of SSOO each, be numbered to 1 to 400, inclusive, and shall bear inte r est at 5 per cent, per an num, and shall mature as follows: “Bonds 1 to 23, inclusive, shall be ceme due and become payable one year after date. “Bonds 24 to 54 inclusive shall beccme due and become payable two years af after date. “Bonds 55 to 87 inclusive shall become due and become payable three years after date. “Bonds 88 to 120 inclusive shall be come due and become payable four years date. “Bonds 121 to 154 inclusive shall be come due and become payable 5 years after date. “Bonds 155 to 189 inclusive shall be come due and become payable six years after date. “Bonds 190 to 225 inclusive shall be come due and become payable seven years after date. “Bonds 226 to 262 inclusive shall be come due and become payable eight years after date. “Bonds 263 to 288 inclusive shall be come due and become payable nine years after date. “Bonds 289 to 203 inclusive shall be come due and become payable ten years after date. “Bonds 303 to 400 inclusive shall be come due and become payable sixteen years after date, “But 'the city reserves the right to anticipate the date of maturity and call in by serial number any part of said bonds at any time after ten years from their date by entering an order on its minutes to that effect; sueh orders shall be published in a newspaper published in the city of Bay St. Louis for three weeks, and said publication shall be no tice to all bond holders of the order calling in the bonds, and the interest on the bonds shall cease at the time desig nated in the order, on proof of publica tion being filed with the secretary of said city. “The interest on said bonds shall be payable annually, and said bonds shall be payable at the city depository of the city of Bay St. Louis. Each of said bonds shall specify upon its face the purpose for which it was issued, and the total amount authorized to be issued, and shall be made payable to the purchaser of said bonds by name, followed by the words ’or bearer.’ “Said bonds shall be lithographed with suitable devices to prevent coun terfeiting; shall be registered as issued, be signed by the mayor and counter signed by the secretary of said city, who shall impress the municipal seal upon each bond as issued, “To each said bonds shall be attach- ed interest coupons, which shall have lithographed the signatures of the may or and secretary of said city, and each lithographed signatureshallbe in all res pects as binding upon the city of Bay St. Louis as the original signature of said mayor and secretary of said city would in all respectc. “Said bonds should belithographedjso as to conform to the requirements of the law and the charter of the city of Bay St. Louis. “Approved in open board this, the 7th day of June A. D, 1916. [*‘L, B. CAPDEPON, Mayor. “Attest; Sylvan J. Ladner, Sec’y,” The following bills were allowed, approved and ordered paid out of the following funds: CITY FUND. L B Capdepon, mayor, salary, $25 W A McDonald, alderman,salary, $5 E W Edwards, aldergian, salary, $5 Louis Schwall, alderman, salary, $5 Albert Jones, marshal, salary, $65.00 Henry Colson, deputy marshal, S4O Hy Egloff, janitor for city hall, $lO S. J, Ladner, sec’y, salary, $46.33 Merchants Bank, money advanced for adding machine, $122.50 Geo. D. Barnard, stationery for aity hall $14.25 Sylvan J. Ladner, ice and stamps for city hall, $1.75 W. L. Bourgeois, merchandise for April and May, $10,55 Peerless Oyster Company, 664 bbls at 12c and 120 bbls shells at sc, SBO.BB Conrad Sick,’lumber for May, $11.25 Claud Monti, merchandise, $3.40 Jos. O. Mauffray, merchandise, $11.75 Bay Merc. Cos., hardware,.s2s.7o L.A. deMontluzin, merchandise, $2.70 The Sea Coast Echo, stationery and publishing notice, $21.65 J A. Scafide & Cos., feed, $43.34 Peter Alexis, bearding prisoners,sß.oo Pay St. Louis Ice, Light & Bottling TRIO AIRDOME, (Opposite L. & N. Depot.) PROGRAM For the coming week—Features of the Highest Class. MONDAY —Wm. Famum m “The Plunderer.” TUESDAY—Theda Bara in “The Galley Slave.” WEDNESDAY- Dorothy Donnelly, (Ameri ca’s Favorite Foung Trage dienne,) in “The Tnief.” THURSDAY— -9 Francis Bushman and Bev erly Bayne in “Pennington’s Choice.” FRIDAY— Theda Bara in “Carmen.” SATURDAY— Dorothy Donnelly in “Madame X.” fpgTOnly star actors appear in the above features. Works, street lights, $263.25 Co-Operative Garage Company, gas oline for fire engine, $2.50 A. Pouyadoux, 2%, days labor, $32.25 A. Sentinell, 12>£ days labor, 18.75 P. Luttzi, 16 days labor, 24.00 jno. Basford, 16 % days labor, 24,75 Jos. Randolph, days labor, 18.75 Jos. Meyers, 1% days labor, 11.25 Aug Peucheu, B>£ days labor, $12.75 Louis Netto, 5 3-4 days labor, $8.60 Jim Taconi, 4days, 6,75 Jos. Capdepon, 38 days labor, 42.00 jaa. Taconi, 16>£ days labor, Peter Ramond, 9 days labor, 13.50’ L. B. Capdepon, mayor’s fees case of Aaron Overatteet, 1.47 Chas. Peters, witness fee, 1.00 Albert Jones, marshal’s fees, 3.62 L. B. Capdepon, mayor’s fees in jas. Clark case, 2.20 Albert Jones, marshal, 3.25; Freddie Benjamin, witness, 1.00; Albert Heitz man, witness, 1.00; L. B. Gapdepon, Henry White, witness, 1.00; Robert Williams, witness, 1.00; Robert Wil liams, witness, 1.00; Albert Delcuze, witness, 1.00; Eddie Surcouf, witness, 1.00; Albert Jones,marshal’s fees, 3.50; Eddie Surcouf, special police, two days, 4.00 Lady Philo, washing blankets for jail, 1.50 P. j. McGinn, shoeing city stock,2.lo M. T. Bangard, cement and fence posts, 9.75 I. T. W. Mitchell, destroying 8 days at 50 each, 4.00 STREET FUND. L, Bangard, st. com., sal., 75.00 Aug. Taconi, teamster, 45.00 A. A. Kergosien, recording deed of John Dart and J. W. Watts, 3.75 SCHOOL FUND. John Craft, salary, county supc. of education, 30.45 Ada Morris, school janitress, 20.00 Kate Oliver, school janitress, 10.00 Mrs. V. s, Moore, school janitress,s.oo Bay Mercantile Company, brooms for Taylor school, 50c Power Drug Company, toilet supplies for Central school, 2.00 Hancock & Stephens, certificates for school, 6.00 school Building Fund. Thomas Dedeaux, 30 fence posts lor R. W. Taylor school, 6.00 Bay st. Louis Ice, Light & Bottling Wks., wire for colored school, 9.94 There being no further business the board adjourned to meeting in course. sylvan j. ladner, secretary. Dr. J. H. SPENCE, Dentist, announces his office hours, in the Gex Building, Main street, will be on Mondays aud Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. His patients and future patrons will govern them selves accordingly. Tel. 138. [professional Cavbs DR. C. L. HORTON, Physician and Surgeon, Office: GEX BLDG., Main t., Hours 10 to 11 A. M. anil 4t05 P. M Telephone 82 Residence —Carroll avenue, Phone 82. At Power’s Drug Store, Phone 189. ~DR J. mTsUAREzT” Physician and Surgeon, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Residence—Citizen St. Telephone—4Bo Office: Gex Bldg. Hours, 9-10 a. m., and from 4 to 5:30 p. m, Tel-25-J. DR. J. Q. FOUNTAIN, Physician and Surgeon, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Residence in Carroll avenue. Tele phone 142. Office in Hancock Cos. Bank Bldg. Hours, 10:30-12 M. 4-SP. M. ~DR. J. A. EVANsT~ DENTIST, Office; —In Hancock County Bank Building. Hour* from 8 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. GEX & WALLER, ATTORNEYS-AT-L AW. Will practice in all civil matters in all State Courts and in all matters in the General Courts in Mississippi. ROBERT L. GENIN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, —Genin Bldg., Main Street, BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. EMILE J. GEX. ATTORNEY-AT-L A W, OFFICE -GEX BLDG., Main S tie BAY ST, LOUIS, MISS. SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS SALE. In the Chancery Court of Hancock Coanty, Mis sissippi. May Term A. D. 1916. A. J. McLeod et aisf v n tuk vs. F.W. Ivey et als \ wo - ,ar ”- Sale For Partition. Pursnanttoa decree rendered in the above entitled cause by the Hbnorable Chancery Court of Hancock Coanty, Mississippi, at the May Term A. D., 1916,1 will on Monday, the 3rd Day of July, A. D. 1916 sell at the front door of the Courthouse of Han cock county, Mississippi, in the city of Bay bt Louis, In said State, within legal hours, at pub lic auction'to the highest bidder for cash, the following described real estate ordered sold to make partition between the parties interested in said cause and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner ofSectlou 32, T. 8. S R. 16 W.; thence running west on township line, 900 chains, more or less, to east ern line of land of Octavia Mitchell; thence north 16 1-2 degrees west along east line of said Octa via Mitchell’s land 6.33 chains, more or less, to the north-east corner of said land; thence south 73 1-2 degrees west along northern line of said Octavia Mitchell’s land 6 chains, mere or less, to eastern line of Gideon Holden’s land; thence northwesterly along said eastern line of said Gideon Holden’s land, 3.63 chains, more or less, to the north-east corner of said land; thence westerly along northern line of said Gideon Holden’s land 4.47 chains, more or less to northwest corner of said tract of land, thence north 26 degrees 15 W. along eastern line of Malon Holden’s Land, 6 chains, more or less, to the center of a bayou or branch known as Poplar Branch, thence following the meander lags of said branch northeasterly, 16 1-2 chains, more or less, to the north-west comer of the land of Henry and Mary E.Carver: thence south easterly along western line of said corner tract G chains, more or less, to the southwest corner thereof; thence easterly along south line of said Carver tract 1120 chains, more or less, to the south-east comer of said tract; thence north westerly along the ea.tern line of said Carver tract to the center of Poplar Branch; thence northeasterly along the meanderiogs of said branch to line between Sections 32 and 33;thence south on said section line to the NW corner of the SW 1-4 of SW 1-4 of Section 33; thence east to the north-east corner of said SW 1-4 of SW 1-4 of said section; thence south 8 1 2 chains, more or less, to the HE corner of lot of land claimed by George Lee or the H. Weston Lumber Company; thence west 3-1 G chains, more or less, to the north-west corner of said lot: thence south 3-16 chains, more or less, to the" south-vest corner of said lot; thence west 5 chains, more or less, to the north-west corner of land of Ella Abrom: thence.south to township line between 8 and 9; thence west to the place of beginning. Excepting from the above one piece owned by Martna Lynch and which des cription can be found in the Registry of Deeds cf Hancock county, and whatever interest said Sam Favre had in and to Sections 29.33 and frac tional Section 32, T. 8, S. R. 10 W. In Hancock county, Mississippi. A. A- KERGOSIEN, Special Commissioner, Bay St. Louis, Miss., June 10,1916. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas Lena A. Combel executed a deed of trust conveying to E. J. Gex, as trustee, the following described property situated in the County of Hancock, State of Mississippi, to-wit: FIRST. Lots 591, 609, 610, 6H and the East half of lot 612ia1l in First Ward of the City of Bay St. Louis, as per official plat of said city made by Leland Henderson now on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk, Hancock County, Miss,, and being formerly known as Lots 22, 23 and 26 as p~r plat of partition of lands of the D. R. Carroll Estate, as per plat of said partition of record in Book R, pages 193-201 inclusive, and that tract of land adjacent to the said lots, which is described as beginning at the Northeast corner of lot 22 of said plan or partition of the Carroll Estate; then running North 20 degrees East 126 feet, more or less, to the South line of Uiman Ave.; thence North 70 degrees West 30<) feet along the south line of Uiman avenue; tnence south 20 degrees west 138 feet, more or less to the north line of lot 26 of said plat;thence 70 degrees east 300 feet to the place of beginning, and being the First Ward of the City of Bay St, Louis. SECOND. Lot 17 of subdivision of Lot 52 of Second Ward of the Town of Waveland, Miss. Said lot 17 in Block 52 as per plat of record recorded June 29th, 1910, in Book C-l, pages 284-5 Records of Deeds of Hancock County, Miss. THIRD. Lot 10, Block 4, Combel’s subdivision of Part of Lot 105, Second Ward, Town of Wave land, as per plat on file la office of Chancery Clerk, Hancock County, Miss., which deed of trust is given to secure a certain indebtedness owing to the Merchants Bank of Bay St. Louis, Miss., dated March 17tb. 1915, and is recorded in Vol 10, pages 73 -75, of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Land, of said Hancock County: and, whereas default has been made in the payment of said indebtedness, and the said bank has requested the foreclosure of said Deed of Trust; Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Trustee, will sell said lands at public outcry to the highest bidder foi cash before the front door of the Court House of said Hancock County, in the City of Bay bt, Louis, within lawful hours on Monday, JULY 3rd, 116. for the purpose paying said indebtedness, costs expenses and taxes. E. J.GEX, Trustee. June 10th, 1916 SPECIAL SALE. In the Chancery Court of Hancock county, Mis sissippi, May Term A. D. 1916. F. W. Ivey et al > vs. > No. 1982. John Nicaise and Sam Nicaise.) Pursuant to a decree rendered In the above entitled cause by the Honurao.o Court of Hancock County, Mississippi, at the May term, A. D. 1916,1 will on Monday, the 3rd day of July, A, D. 1916, sell at the front door of the court house of Han cock County, Mississippi, in the City of Bay St. Louis, in said state, within legal hours, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the fol lowing described real estate ordered to be sold to make partition between the parties Interested in said cause and which land l will sell in separately, to-wit: First: S 1-2 of the NE 1-4; and the N 1-2 of the SE 1-4, Section 35, T. 6, S R. 15 West; also the SW 1-4 of the SE 1-4 of Section 36, T. 6, S, K. 15 W; SW 1-4 of SE 1-4, Section T. 6, S. R 15 W.; and NE 1-4 of SW i-4 Section 36, T. 6,5. R. 15 W.; also those commencing at the corner of on | ni i sections T. 7, S. R. 14 W.; and running thence North 12 chains and 21 links to the South west corner of the J. B. D. Nicaise Land Claim; thence South 77 degrees East, 30 chains, 81 ami 8.10 links to the Southwest corner of lot No. S of the division of the J. B. D. Nicaise Land Claim; thence North 46 chains, 99 links to a stake set for the place of beginning of the land hereby conveyed; thence fmm said beginning point to a stake North 11 chains and 27 links to a stake; thence East 5 chains and 80 links to a stake; thence South 11 chains and 27 links to a stake; thence West 5 chains and 8u links to the plaoe of beginning, containing d.54 a-res, and being a part of lot No. 8 of the division of the J. B. D. Nicaise Land Claim, in Section 29, T. 7, S. R. 14 West, in the County of Hancock. State of Mississippi. A. A. KhRGOSIEN, Special Commissioner. Bay St. Louis, Miss., June 10,1916. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. By virtue of a decree rendered on tho 24th. day of May A. D. 19K by the Chancery Court of Hancock County, Mississippi, in case No. i7H of the general docket of said court, wherein E. Davis Et A1 who sue by their next friend, are complainants, and Pauline Davis, defendant, the undersigned special commissioner will on MONDAY THE 3rd. DAY OF JULY. 1916, the same being the first Monday of the month, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, before the frontdoor of „he court house of said county, in the City of Bay St. Louis, Miss., within legal hours, the land lying and being in the City of Bay St. Louis, County of Hancock, State of Mississippi, and which land is described as follows: A lot of land beginning at a stake set on the south line of Main street, at the northwest cor ner of the lot of land now claimed by Mrs. Mary R. Diettei, from thence on a course N. 70d. W. along the south line of Main Street 100 feet to a stakes from thence on a coarse south 20 degrees west 200 feet, more or less, to the line dividing this line from land formerly claimed by John V, Toulme, now Mrs. E. Davis; from thence on a course south TO degrees east along said dividing line 100 feet to the southwest corner of lot of land now claimed by Mrs. R. Deittel, from thence on a course north no degrees east 200 feet, more or less, to a stake set at the place of beginning. Founded North by Main Street, east by land of Mary R. Deittel. south by land formerly claimed by John V. Touime, now claimed by Sylvia Toulme and others and Mary E. Davis, west by land of Joseph P. Cazcneuye, being a lot measur ing 50 feet on south side of Main Street, lying between the homestead lot of Louis Laurent ar and the lot of land herein described, being the same land acquired by Henry Davis from Joseph F. Cazeneuve on the 4th. day of June, 1906. Witness my hand, this the 10th day of June, A. D. 1916. A. A. KERGOSIEN Special Commissioner. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO SECTION 27 OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OP BAY ST. LOUIS. Sec. 1. Amendment section 27 of the charter of Bay St. Lquie as appear la the act of 1685, page'43B, section 27 so as to read as follows: Be it further enacted that the style of the ordinance of said city shall be. Beit further ordained by the Board of Mayor and Alder£l3o, Of the City of Bay St. Lou is, and $1 ordinances §4opted by said Board of Mayor and Aldermen for the government ol said city of wnich are re quired to be observed under penalty, take effect Five days from their passage unless otherwise ordained by said board, bald ordiq-a ance, rules and regulations, adopted ijy said Board of Mayor and Aldermen and ai| record, sad proceedings of the mayor's potrrr shall be deemed and held pubfid records, and may be proved by the seal of the city. Said Board of Mayor and A dermen may have a code of the crumnnee-i, rules and regulations printed and published, and when so pi uj-,ed amt PUb> sftaJt be received as eyideiiao in all PQttVtS of State without fur Cher propf, Sec. 2. That this amendment take effect from ana atttr its approval and record ihereot as t>y law quuvd. Appsoved ia open board this, the 3rd day of June, A. D. lul6. Attest: L. B. CATDEPON. oYLVANJ. LADNER. . Mayor, vm. . ■ O A K L A nW\ HI THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE M The First Full Size “Six” To Sell For Less Than SIOOO.OO I STURDY AS THE OAK Tj7 DEL.CO STARTING AND LIGHTING SYSTEM kjj IGULF COAST AUTO SALES CO. I Phone 178 P. O. Box 366 Bay St. Louis, Miss, Edwards Brothers Edwin W. Edwards George H. Edwards - I AUTOMOBILES ACCESSORIES AN D SUPPL I ES I —T- i - : il—i m BW 1 ■■■■>■ll——Mil ———l—J—J. I . I Local agents for Ford and Studebaker Cars. u We carry a full line of Parts, Accessories, Tires, Gasoline, Oils and Greases. I Salesroom Front and Washington Streets I O, Box 117. Bay St. Louis, Miss. mask J II $2500 CASH OR TERMS | Lot 100x170 with corner store, | I dwelling apartments upstairs; | I single cottage, 7 rooms and | I kitchen; bungalow, 3 rooms I I furnished, electric equipments, | I screened. MAIN Cor. TOULME. | I F. C. Bordages, Sr. j | GEX BUILDING. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. || ——————— lll ———-n-i-m u— w—wpwbiih 1 w—w>*wp-v^—ffvrr.<MriW3—r—n———■———— mmmmmmmm w— mt * I |4cc ?•: I Pqi A Beautiful and Complete Display of M I I “WEAR=EVER” Utensils .Ki |^| |j| p| f°r Sale atj* g j^| I I J. 0. MAUFFRAY’S, | I M H BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. , TELEPHONE 91 || ii} m See Show Windows 13 M| || t | | | | GOOD PRINTING COSTSNO MORE TH AN “THE OTHER KIND” CONSULT Ilk 4 ♦!. i