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Sea (Toast Echo.
The Echo has been requested to an nounce that Archdeacon Snieade will conduct services at Christ Episcopal church tomorrow evening at 8 o’clock. Transact your banking business Mon day. Tuesday will be the Fourth and local banks will be closed for the day. The postoffice will also be closed the greater part of the day. Dr. Joseph M. Suarez left Monday morning for New Orleans, after a resi dence in Bay St. Louis of about six months. He will remain in New Or leans indefinitely unless he should de cide to remain theie. Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet in regular session this afternoon. J. R. Grimshaw is slated for the ap pointment of school trustee, to succeed W. A. McDonald, who resigned to be come a member of the city council. The local firm of a Scafide & Cos. has been dissolved by mutual consent, as will be seen by reference to announce ment in advertising columns. Mr. Glo ver has withdrawn from the business, while Mr. Scafide will continue its af fairs in his own behalf. Horace Whitfield, son of Circuit Clerk E. Van Whitfield, broke his right arm Sunday afternoon at his home while cranking the family automobile. The broken member was at once set in place by the family physician and the boy is free from pain and doing nicely. Stockholders in the Merchants Bank were made happy this morning, July 1, uyon receipt of their mail containing the semi-annual dividend check. The bank’s earnings for the first half of the year, in the face of adverse conditions, has been up to its usual high-water mark. At a session of Harrison county Chancery court session, held at Gulf port this week, our young friend, Har ry J. Boyle, was formally admitted to the bar, and is now a full-fledged at torney. He is associated with Hon. R. L. Genin in the practice of his pro fession. County Assessor F. C. Bordages has a. notice in another column of this issue of the Echo calling the attention of the public to his filing of the assessment rolls (personal) for the fiscal year 1916 with Clerk Kergosien of the Board of Supervisors, where it will remain for thirty days for public inspection before final adoption by the Board. Mayor Capdepon, chairman of the committee in charge of the restoration of the local baseball grandstand to its condition prior to the September storm, reports the work about completed and the stand in readiness to comfortably take care of the crowds for July 4th. L. H. Heymann, resident representa tive for the Oakland, the “car with a conscience,” is assembling the material for the immediate construction of a large garage building in Second street, near Carroll avenue, preparatory to engaging in the public garage business. The building, says Mr. Heymann, will measure 40x60, and of substantial con struction. Stanley Beck, the well-known ton sorialist, has associated himself with J. E. Erwin in the Sea Coast Barber Shop and has assumed personal charge of the work, which will be good news to his many former patrons. Mr. Beck has moved his tailoring and pressing busi ness from the Pollatsek building to the rear of the barber shop and has a com petent tailor in charge. The Jordan River Lumber Company at Kiln is always doing the handsome thing. Manager Pettibone announces the entire plant will shut down for the day on Tuesday next, July Fonrth. This will give the men an opportunity to come to Bay St. Louis and join in the all-day celebration to be held under the auspices of the local W oodmen. The crack baseball nine of the Kiln will cross bats with the Logtown team on that day. It is expected this Fourth will witness the largest crowd of patriots ever assembled on the college campus for similar occasion. Who can beat this? There was eut from the Ruello farm, in Dunbar ave nue last Sunday a cantaloupe weighing 43 pounds, according to Tony Loiacano’s store scales. The smallest slice meas ured b}4 inches from tip to tip and the circumference of the entire melon meas ured 50 inches. Mr. Ruello took this Bay St. Louis product to New Orleans as an advertisement of the possibilities of Bay St. Louis soil., Mr. Ruello’s farm is one of the show places of this locality, and has proven most profita-- bhs, demonstrating what intelligent handling and bnsineaa-like methods will accomplish. A meeting of the members of Sea 'Wall Commission No. 2, of Wayeland, wiiJi be held at that place tonight to or der the official promulgation of bonds for sale and bids wanted for the con .struction of sea wall, according to plans and specifications. All legal require ments have been satisfied [and the time passed in which to file opposition, it appears now that nothing more remains txit the wall and the beach roadway to be budt. However, thirty day* more will have to elapse, the time for adver tisement sale of bonds and bids for con struction, befcee the preliminaries for actual work will ht launched. The Supreme Court of the State on Monday fancied down a decision in the well-knotf* JdcCloskey-Mazerat case, rendering a to the effect which affirmed the ded'Sio*. of the lower court, awarding damages to Jui*3 Mazerat in the sum of $3,000 for injuries njpejved, ae charged, duing a personal encounter on Wavdand beach front,three summers when the matter of a seawall was the subject of discussion. The suit was ior SIO,OOO damage*, but thej ury in the Hancock county circuit£Ourt rendered a verdict for $3,000. Mr. Ma*n?at was represented by Attorney E. L. Gemni Attorney W. Ge** of this cUy, SCHOONER CAPT. IS CAUGHT WITH GOODS IN HIS POSSESSION And Is Charged With Vio lating Liquor Law —Found Guilty and Fined One Hun dred Dollars and Costs — Four Casks of Wine to Be Destroyed; Other Stuff On Board Was Near-Beer, According to Labels. Captain Sylvan Malini, owner of the schooner “Annie Malini,” was arrested Monday and charged with having in his possession more liquor than allow ed by law. He was subsequently found guilty when he appeared before judge Ansley later in the day, who fined him “one hundred dollars and costs.” The arrest was made at 3:25 o’clock Monday morning by Deputy Sheriff Joseph V. Bontemps and Constable W. j. Randolph who were suspicious of the schooner and the movements of mem bers of her crew. They saw a moving skiff headed tow ard shore loaded with four casks of wine, which they later conveyed to the courthouse awaiting the order of the court that it be destroyed. In addition to the casks of wine, the vessel was found to contain between 150 and 180 casks of near-beer, accord ing to labels and to information given The Echo by Deputy Sheriff Bontemps. TALBERT TO HEAD SCHOOLS NEST TEAR Was Elected Last Night to Succeed J. M. Consley— Comes Highly Recommend ed—Will Move Here Aug.l. Prof. C. R. Talbert was elected prin cipal of the Bay High School and sup erintendent of the city schools, to suc ceed Prof. J. M. Consley, resigned, at a meeting of the Bay St. Louis Board of School Trustees, held last night. Prof. Talbert comes highly recom mended—testimonials from all parts of the State and from all sources, includ ing a set of resolutions passed by the board of trustees of Liberty, Miss., where he last taught for several terms. Judge R. E. Jackson, of the Sixth judi cial district says of Mr. Talbert: “A gentleman of good moral character, and is fully qualified in every respect to handle any of the high schools of the You will not make any mistake should you elect him.” Prof. Talbert has had eleven years experience. He will arrive here with his wife and two children about Aug. 1, from Jackson, where he is spending the summer, engaged in special work. The Board last night also elected Miss Susie Briggs a member of the Central school faculty. Every Monday and Friday are Sales Days at the SPE CIALTY STORE. See our center counters. Officers of the Bay Chapter ot the Eastern Star, No. 124,'seventeen in number, were publicly installed at the local Masonic Hall, in Main street, Thursday evening, the ceremony per formed by Mrs. State Deputy Gleason, of Biloxi, and Mrs. Deputy Grand Marshal Brandford, also of Biloxi. Mrs. A. L. Stokoe as worthy grand matron and Judge J. A. Breath as worthy grand patron headed the list of officers installed. Miss Cleo Osoinach was organist. After the installation refreshments were served and a most pleasant social hour was had, among the many present were representatives from Logtown, Kiln, Biloxi and Gulf port. The local chapter has a large and active membership. Mail for Soldier Boys. Mail for the soldier boys who have gone to the front should be plainly addressed in order to insure its prompt receipt by addresses. The name of the addressee should be fully and legibly written with pen and ink, give his rank, company, regiment or other organization to which he is attached. The postage should be fully prepaid, and name and address of sender written in upper left-hand cor ner on address side. Parcel Post matter sent should be substantially and tightly wrapped in either very strong paper or ciotb, and with strong twine tightly and securely tied. As this is a matter of importance to all concerned, other papers will please copy. Present address of ‘the Louisiana troops is *Camp Stafford, Alexandria, Louisiana.” The Mississippi troops are at.*/Camp Swep Taylor, Jackson, Miss saippi.” “ ■; 11 .. jjf , Mid - Summer Sales of Misses’ and Children’s Hats at the SPECIALTY STOKE —t>ee styles and prices. PcnfonoJ Item? Mr. and Mrs. George R. Rea and daughter Ethel returned home last even ing from a week’s visit to relatives at Wesson, Miss., making the trip to and fro in their automobile. Mr. Rea says the trip going was made unpleasant by the inclement weather, however, the condition of the roads showed a mark ed improvement and the return trip yes- terday was one of much pleasure. Miss Catherine Smart,an accomplish ed young lady from New Orleans, is the guest of her friend,’* Mrs. George J. Muller, and will remain for a few weeks. Miss Alya Bernos is also visiting Mrs. Muller, her sister. Mr. Henry Lichtenstein left Monday night fur New York en route to Maine, where he will spend his third season at the Mooney camp schools. Mr. Jules Mazerat and family have arrived from New Orleans and are at their summer villa for the season. Mr. Mazerat has been a summer resident of the Waveland beach front for oyer thir ty years. Miss Irma Perrin is the attractive guest of Miss Adele Rexach for an in definite stay. Miss May Colson has gone to Clinton, Miss,, where she is taking a special course in pedagogy for the summer at Mississippi College. Mrs. Otto Lehmann, children and companion, Miss Miller, are visiting friends at Moss Point, Miss^ Senator J. J. Drewe, from the Fifth Louisiana Senatorial District, has his family cozily domiciled in their newly acquired dwelling, Julia street, which, purchased from Mrs. V. Moore, has been remodeled and transformed into a “thing of beauty.” The Senator oc casionally gets away from the Babel at Baton Rouge and enjoys the soothing breezes of the Mississippi seacoast. Miss Edna Compagno, of New Or leans, is spending a while here visiting Mrs. E. W. Manar and Mrs. L. Eagan, guest of the later. a Miss Thelma Kellier of New Orleans and Miss “Tuggie” Stewart, of Gulf port, have returned to their respective homes after a delightful visit to Miss Rita Breath. The young ladies left Wednesday evening. Mrs. Williams, of Clarksdale, Miss., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Briggs and family. Mrs. Williams is one of the oldest and best known residents of the metropolis of the Delta. She is en joying her visit to the gulf const im mensely. Misses Esther McGinn and Josie Boardman intend leaving Monday night for Asheville and other points in the North Carolina mountains, and will be absent about two weeks. Mr. Chas. J. Pettibone, resident man ager at Kiln for the Jordan River Lum ber Company, was a business visitor to Bay St. Louif yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Lichtenstein were host and hostess to a most delightful informal dance at their residence on the beach front Saturday evening. Misses Carrie and Irwina Lorch leave tomorrow on a circle tour of the East and North, touching Washington, New York, Niagara Falls. They will be away about a month. Prof. V. A. Arendale came down from University, Miss., during the week on professional business. F. B. Gaulene, residing at Biloxi, and traveling representative for the Pathe Film Exchange at New Orleans, was in our city during the early part of the week interviewing local exhibitors with a view of placing some of his com pany’s Gold Rooster productions. Prof. C. R. Talbert, in charge of the high school at Liberty, Miss., is spend ing a brief vacation here, registered at the Pickwick Hotel, from Jackson. NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL OF H. C. GLO VER AS A MEMBER IFROM THE FIRM OF A. SCAFIDE & CO. Notice is hereby given to the public that H, C. Glover is no longer connected with the firm of A. Scaflde & Cos. H. C. gLOVEB, Bay St. Louis, Mlss., June 30. 1916. ASSESSMEMT ROLL OF HANCOCK COUNTY FILED. The personal assessment roll of Hancock county, Miss., for the fiscal year, 1916, has this day been filed by me in the office of the clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Said board will, on the Ist day of August, 4916, meet to consider and revise said roll. F. C. BORDAGES, Sr., Tax-Assessor of Hancock County, Miss. Bay St. Louis. Miss-, June 30, 1916. NOTICE. State of Mississippi, ( Hancock County. ) To Elmore Williams—You are commanded to appear on the Ist Monday in August, towjt: the 7th day of August, 1916, before the Chancery Court of Hancock county. Mississippi, and ans wer or plead to a petition filed by Harriet Wil liams, wherein you arg a defendant, citing you for contempt of court for violation of a decree rendered against you for alimony, attorney s fees and court costs. In the case of Harriet Williams vs. Elmore Williams, No. 1*47 of the Chancery court of this county and State. (Seal'' A. A. KERGOSIEN, 1 ' Chant a y Clerk. Bay St. Louis, Miss.. June 2, 1916: THE CHARTER OF INCOPORATION OF THE WENA LUMBER COMPANY- 1 Tfce corporation title of said compay is The Weaa Lumber Company, 2 The names of the incorporators are? W. J. Gex, postoffice Bay St. Louis, Miss ; C. L. Wal, ler, postofficelßay St. Louis, Miss.; M. Brandao postofflce Bay St. Louis. 3. The domicile is at Rexrille, Miss. 4. Amount of capital stock Ten Thousand par value of shares is One hundred dollars. . o 6. The period of existence is five years. 7. The purpose for which it is created: To manufacture lumber, to buy and sell lumber and piling, and own all property, and do all things necessaiy for the said purpose or incidental thereto. 8. The right and powers that may be exercis ed by this corporation are those conferred by the provisions of Chapter 2i, Mississlpp Code, 1906. v „ W. J. GEX, ' C. L. WALLER, M. BRANDAO, Incorporators. ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of Mississippi 1 County of Hancock j This day personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority W. J. Gex, C. L. Waller and M. Brandao, incorporators of the corpora, tlon known as the Wena Lumber Company who acknowleged that they signed and executed the above and foregoing articles of incorporation as their act and deed on this the 19th day of June. 1918. JOHN M JENKS (seal) Notary Pablic, Beat 5, FOR SALE wo Milch Cows in A1 condition worthy of investigation. J. K. Wianer, ’phone 177. SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. In the Chancery Coart of Hancock County, Mis sissippi. May Term A. D. 1916. A. J. McLeod at als i .a™ vs. F.W. Irey et als | No * Sale For Partition. Pursuant to a decree rendered In the above entitled cause by the Honorable Chancery Court of Hancock County, Mississippi, at the May Term A. D., 1916,1 will on Monday, the 3rd Day of Jaly, A. D. 1916 sell at the front door of the Courthouse of Han cock county, Mississippi, in the city of Bay St 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 of Section 32,T. B.S K. 16 W.; thence running west on' township line, 960 chains, more or less, to east ern line of land of Octavia Mitchell; thence north 16 1-2 degress west along east line of said Octa via Mitchell’s land 6.35 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 laud 6 chains, more 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 ]and ; thence westerly along northern line of said Gideon Holden’s land 4.47 chains, more or less t to northwest corner of said tract of land, thence north 28 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 corner of the land of Henry and Mary E.Carver: thence south easterly along western line of said corner tract 6 chains, more or less, to the southwest corner thereof; thence easterly along south line of said Carver tract 11.20 chains, more or less, to the south-east corner 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 meanderings 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 S\V 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 I 2 chains, more or less, to the NE comer of lot of land claimed by George Lee or the H. Weston Lumber Company; thence west 3-16 chains, more or less, to the north-west corner of said lot; thence south 3-16 chains, more or less, to the south-west 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 sand 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. 16 W in Hancock county, Mississippi. A. A. KERGOSIEN, Special Commissioner, Bay St. Louis, Miss., June lu, 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, 010, 611 and the East half of lot 012*ail 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 Ulman Ave.; thence North 70 degrees West 300 feet along the south line of Ulman avenue; thence 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, M THIRD. Lot 10, Block 4, Combel’s subdivision of Part of Lot 105, Second Ward, Town of Wave land, as per plat on file in 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 for cash before the front door of the Court House of said Hancock County, in the City of Bay St. Louis, within lawful hours on M-UNDAY, JULY 3rd, 1916, for the durxoie naming said indebtedness, costs expenses E. J.GEX, Trustee. June 10th, 1916. SPECIAL COMMISSIONER’S 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 Jn the above entitled cause bv the Hono.aJ. j Chancery 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 1 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, TANARUS, 6, S R. 15 West; also the SW 1-4 cf the SE 1-4 of Section 36, T. 6, s, R. l-> W; SW 1-4 of SE 1-4, Section 35, TANARUS, 6, S. R 15 W.; and NE 1-4 of SW l-l Section 36, T. 6,5. R. 15 W.; also those commencing at the corner of 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 and 8.10 links to the Southwest corner of lot No. 8 of the division of the J. B. D. Nicaise Land Claim; thence North 16 chains, links to a stake set for the place of beginning of the land hereby conveyed; thence from 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 stakd; thence West 5 chains and 89 links to the place ot beginning, containing 6.54 acres, and being a part of lot No. Bof 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. KERGOSIEN, Special Commissioner. Bay St. Lou is. Miss., Junejo. 1916. COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF LAND. By virtue of a decree rendered on the 2ith. day of May A. D. 1916, by the Chancery Court of Hancock County, Mississippi, in case No. 1741 of the general docket of said court, wherein L. Davis Et Al 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 front door of the court house of said county, la the City of Bay St. Louis, Miss., within legal hours, the land lying and being in the City et 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. Diettel, from thence on a course N. Tud. W . along the south line of Main Street lo® feet to a stake; from thence on a course south 20 degrees west -00 feet, more or less, to the line dividing this line from land formerly claimed by John \ Toulme, now Mrs. E. Davis; from thence on a course south 70 degrees east along said dividing line 100 feet to the southwest corner of lot ot land now claimed by Mrs. R, Deittel, from thence on a course uorth 20 degrees east 200 feet, more or less, to a stake set at the place of beginning. Bounded North by Main Street, east by land of Mary K. Deittel. south by iand formerly claimed by John V. Toulme, now claimed by Sylvia Toulme and others and Mary E. Davis, west by land of Joseph t\ Carcneuye, being a lot measur ingaOlepton sou tto side o£ Street. lying between tke lot of Louis Laurent 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, 1908- Witness my hand, this the 10th day of: June, \ D 1916 A. A. KEKGObIEN Special commissioner. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO SECTION 27 OF THE CHARTER Or IHE Oil Y Of BAY ST. LOUIS. Sec. 1. Amendment section 27 of the charter of Bav St, Louis as appear In the act 0.. lsßb. ‘ Be tftunher enacted that the style of the ordinance of said city shall ba. B r it further ordained by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Bay -St. Louis, and ail ordinances adopted by said Board of Mayor and Aidermen for the government of said city of which are re quired to be observed under penalty, stad take effect Five days from their passage unless i otherwise ordained by said board. &aid ordin ance, rules and regulations, adopted by said Board of Mayor and Aldermen and ad record, and proceedings of the mayor’s court shall be deemed ana heid public records, and may be proved by tJio seal of tiie city- baw Board o t Mayor and A demon may have a code of the oromances, rules and regulations printed and published, ana when so printed ana published hhaii be received as evidence in ail courts ot this State without further proof. ‘ tsec 2. That this amendment take effect from fpn after its appro V -1 and record thereof as by i ApprdWi in open board, this, the 3rd day of V ‘ lUlo ' C* B. CAPDBPON, SYLVAN 4. L-VDNER^ r j'v r •• ■ I OAKLAN D | W THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE Kj The First Full Size “Six” To Sell Less Than SIOOO.OO Jj STURDY AS THE OAK 11 W DELCO STARTING AND LIGHTING SYSTEM Tsj I GULF COAST AUTO SALES CO. I jjj > Phone 178 P. O. Box 36G Bay St. Louis, Miss. Edwards Brothers Edwin W. Edwards George H. Edwards auM: ssories Local agents for Ford and Studebaker Cars. We carry a full line of Parts, Accessories, Tires, I Gasoline, Oils and Greases. Salesroom Front and Washington Streets P. O, Box 117, Bay St. Louis, Miss. | I After I ;; Word to the I H | Business | j: Borrower I || in a business way—the | * I advertising way. An ad | | | 1 in this paper offers the | <► I paper, don’t you S !?1| I \ "think it is an In- T I maximur.i SjT/i-t: and tuO justice to the man who Is £ J ! minimum cost. It i < ► paying for it? He may bo * ffes , , . M ♦ looking for it at tats very X reaches the people of I | % moment. Makcitareg- | | the town and vicinity ft | I I /Oil Want to reach. J an investment that will 4 ! ft ♦ repay you well. * ► I Try It- I * □□□□□□; I I it Pays I | m I - ■■ —*—-—— , n • A Beautiful and Complete Display of |[js| I I “WEAR=EVER” Utensils fe 1 M M pi ft Ml for Sale at Ml >. tl I I J. 0. MAUFFRAY’S, | I iFm rt L’ tft ft BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. TELEPHONE 91 L7J Y m w M M. U tit See Show Window’s w :F GOOD PRINTINOCOSTSNO MORE THAN “THE OTHER KIND” CONSULT US. 1 1