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OFFICIAL JOIRXaju 2IAXCOCK CO. Official Journal City me Bay St. Loui*. CBAS. G, MOK..AC. Suitor and Fuh’r. CITY ECHOES County Fair Oct. 10th and 11th. These will precede the county fair and will be means of getting up community exhibits. Wedding belle are going to ring in Main street. Can you guess who He is? Mrs E. E. I ucas and children spent Tuesday in New Orleans, tak ing advantage of the school holiday. County Agent H. O. French an nounces elsewhere in this issue ot The Echo five community fairs, to be held at places and dates, as stated. Mrs. Jos. P. McGinn and the baby returned home Sunday night from a stay of a few days spent with rel atives in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. James Lefabvre and daughters. Miss Ruth and Jeanette,, left for New Orleans Monday, after spending the heated term uu their summer home on the beach front. Mrs. John Bernos left Thursday morning for Alexandria, La., where she will spend the next several weeks visiting at the home of her daugntcr, Mrs. Troy Ball. Mayor R. W. Webb and nephiew Mr. Rena Toca spent Wednesday in New Orleans, where application by the later was registered in one of t .e col leges of that city for military en trance. Miss Carmelite Spotorno has gone to Lafayette, La., where she has en tered the State Normal College and is taking a course in higher educat ion. Miss Spotono has the best wishes of many friends for success in the realisation of her ambitions. Mrs. R. Benigno found a lavalliere on the doorstep of her place of bus iness a few days since, and any one who can prove the same as their prop erty and paying for this advertise ment can have their lost property restored. Mr. Frank J. Tarut came in Sun day night from Bogalusa, La., to spend Sunday with relatives at tue home of his grandmother, Mrs. A. Beuchel in Carroll avenue. Mrs. Tarut is visiting relatives m Beau mont, Tex. Mrs. P. J. McGinn is preparing to leave shortly for a trip to San An tonia, Texas, where she will visit her daughters, Mrs. (Capt.) Robt. A. Taylor and Miss Lucy McGinn. Mrs. McGinn intends to be absent about several weeks. Mrs L. M. Power and daughter and mother, Mrs. Abrahams, who have been spending the summer at Bay View, Michigan, are spending a while at Kirkwood, Mo., anil ex pect to be home about the end ot the present month. Mrs. Chas. W. Patton, and son Mr. Walter D. Patton and the Misses Alice and Gertrude Patton, on their way home from Paraguay to Los Angeles California, reached here dur ing the week and will spend the fall and early winter here. They are visit ing relatives in Carroll avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Osmond Green and the baby arrived from Panama lues clay morning and are spending a while at the home of Mr. Green’s parents Mr. and Mrs. John A. Green, on the beach front. They will remain in the States for an ind;unite period and arc warmly welcomed by their many friends. Hoad Commissioner Alphonse G. Favrc had the misfortune Wednesday of losing a pocketbook containing his registration card and $135.50 in cash, while at work and riding in his car in the Dillville district of the county. He will pay liberal re ward for the return of the lost prop erty. Mr. A. S. Weston, Hancock county director in the work of raising founds for the Y. M. C. A. and allied in terests, is in receipt of a telegram from Jackson stating that the btate meeting announced for the loth, inst., was changed to the 2oth, and 26th and the telegram stated that as much publicity as possible be giv en the change of dates. Miss Mary Colson, of the R. W. Webb School, has been appointed Countv Directress of school for Han cocok by State Director of Schools A. B. Cambell, in charge of the Mis sissippi W. S. S. campaign. The ap pointment is a splendid one. A merit ed compliment to the ability of Miss Colson and of much value to the cause. The Echo would respectfully call attention and urge active consider ation in the matter of the api e.il sent out by the Red Cross namely, for cast-off clothing for the Belgium people. The weex of September *3- 30 has been set aside for the work of collecting clothing, and the Ray St Louis Chapter has a committee that will be actively engaged m the work. Your interest in tne cause will count for so much Won’t you mane a special effort? Miss Lacost, instructress in voice culture, gave a very successful recital at her home Thursday night in the presence of a number of invited guests, who, needless to say, enjoyed the music, and marveled at the suc cess of her pupils. On this occasion Miss Lacost featured the voices of Misses Rexach and Moreau in solos who proved the unusual success ol their accomplished teacher, who, too rendered several numbers. Mr. and Mrs E. J. Lacost assisted Miss La cost in entertaining the guests and at the conclusion of the program re freshments were served in the dining room. The following-named Bay St. Louis .pang men listed for the govern ment Training Schools foUows Tulane —Ronald Hymel. A. & O. ' Col w e Terrell Perkins, Sidney Toca, Ahvyn Ansley, George Horton Jos. Scahde, Alphonse Fahey, Josepn Pan la Randolph Firsching. Loyola Uni- Wrsity—Leo Fahey, Marion Green, ' rthur Scafide, Gaston Gardebled, Harold Tudury, Alphofew femond, Ernest Arms, Clarence Bla.se, A1 phonse G. Favre, By the Si of these wll have heenat the vMHprtivc posts snd y have the very best wishes of the cpm rn||jjg for their BAY RED CROSS HAS URGENT CALL FOR CAST-OFF CLOTHING Every Home In Bay St. Louis Is ed Upon by the American Red Cross to Heed the Appeal jf len Million Destitute Men, Women and Children of Belgium and Northern France to Send Them Warm Cloth ing for the Winter. THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 23-30 HAS BEEN SET ASIDE OVER THE COUNTRY W f hen Every Red Cross Chapter is Making an Aopeal for Contribu tions of Clothing—The Allotment of the Gulf Division —Louisiana, Mississippi and Louisiana Is 150 Tons, or Enough, It Is Calculated, To Clothe- 2500 Persons, Homeless, Starving, Shivering in War-Swept Countries Abroad. Here is the appeal Red C ross ap peals to every home: Back of the German wall that has hemmed in Belgium ana a part of Northern France, ten million human beings look to us for clothing as well as food. We, who are well cloth ed. can hardly appreciate in what dire need these people are for lack or nec cessities. Stocks of clothing and raw materials are long since exhausted. There are no imports other than those the Commission for Relief in Belgium has been permitted to make and these never have been sufficient. The world is now short of both cloth ing and raw material, so the Commis sion can no longer purchase what is needed. BUT 5i OU CAN GIV E. Every household in the land has some spare clothing, worn or out grown, of little use here, but desper ately needed by the destitute there This extract from a well-to-do lady of Brasses shows the conditions ex actly : “Perhaps you will laugh when you hear that I wear a cloak made from my husband’s garde civique overcoat, a waist made from his football shirt, and a skirt made of a dyed bed sheet. Mother had a suit made of the tablecloth, J. and M. have cloaks made of woolen blankets, and S. dress made of burlap. But all this is only amusing in compa rison with'the wretchedness of the population. After all, we re main calm and confident of vic tory. Recent Brussls advertisement says: “I will give up to 125 francs ($25) for new and worn bedsheets.” There is an immediate need for every sort of garments, blankets, sheets and shoes. The wonderful results of the clothing campaign of last March as | sisted in helping to meet the demands but we realize that there are ten mil j lions inhabitants in the occupied re ! gions, most of whom must look to the ; outside world for protection against I the rigors of winter, it is seen that we I cannot send too much. As long as the war lasts, Belgium and occupied France must depend chiefly on Am | erica for aid. to insure the steady supply of garments which are so much needed, we appeal again to the generosity of the American public to give and aid liberally. OLA A. FAYARD VICTIM OF FATAL ACCIDENT. Was Found Unconscious and Pin'.ied Under His Motor Truck on Road side Near City Tuesday Evening Ola A. Fayard, well-known resident and business man of this city was found by passerbys Tuesday evening in an unconscious condition and pin ned under the motor truck used in his business and which he was using at the time. He was brought to his home in State street, where he died that night at about S;3O o’clock. It appears Mr. Fayard, who was the proprietor of a meat market on the beach front, was returning from Kiln where he had gone in the in terest of purchasing hides, and seem ingly must have lost control of the ve hicle when it was ditched and he was thrown out and under the machine. Mr. Favard was a native of Bay . St. Louis* aged 30 years. He was] married to Miss Rita Johnson, ox \ this efty, and in addition to his widow is survived by four children. The funeral took place Wednesda\ even ing from the late residence and was largely attended. The family has the deepest sympa thy in the untimely loss of husband and father. Mr. Fayard was a splen did young man. Wideawake and alert*; a good business man and his death is generally deplored. Committee For Jewish Relief Day in Bay St. Louis Monday. MISS MIRIAM ENG MAN, Chair man. MRS. L. H. HEYMANN, captain. The following-named will act as lieutenants; MRS. A. F. FOURNIER. MRS. R. de MONTLUZIN, MRS. R. W. WEBB, MRS. C. G. MOREAU, MRS. W. J. HARRISON, MRS. GEO. C. FIRSCHING, MRS. THURSTON, MRS. C. A. SPORL, MRS. CECIL REA, MRS. GEO. J. MULLER. MRS. C. BENJAMIN, MRS. W. L. BOURGEOIS, MRS. A. P. SMITH, MRS. JAS. A. EVANS. MRS. E. J. LEONHARD, MRS. L. EAGAN, MISS EISA SPORL, MISS HILDA SPORL, MISS LAUL V SPORL, MISS CARRIE LORCri, MISS IRWINA LORC L MISS IRWINA LORCi. MISS LO.UISE MOREAU, MISS LILLITH ANSLEY. MISS MERCEDES SPOTORNO, MISS MARGERY SWOOP, MISS JUDITH SPOTORNO. . ■ ■ ■ - 1 " ” % Dr. and Mrs, A. P. Smith and in teresting little daughters have re turned from a very delightful trip in the family car to Sumner, Miss., where they visited relatives. Poa’t forget the drive fcloadey* MAYOR WEBB’S PROCLAMATION. J?. Setting Monday, Sept. 23rd, as Jew ish Relief Day in Bay St. Louis. ♦ In conformity with the Proclamat ion issued by Governor Theo. G.Bilbo, dated Sept. 7th, 1918, setting: aside Monday, September 23rd. 1918, as Jewish Relief Day, I hereby issue this my Proclamation setting aside the same day, Monday Sept. 23, 1918, as Jewish Relief Day, and ask that our people contribute as liberally as their means will permit to the cause of the Jewish people who are suffer ing the pangs of starvation, misery, and many are on the border of death, in Russia, Poland, Galicia and Lithuania. The suffering of these people are untold, will never be fully known; they have been literally crushed under the deceit and tyranny of the oppressor and they must and can only look to the civilized world and to a humane people tor relief from their condition. The cause is self-appealing and I know our people, who have never been known to iet a cry of the distressed go unheeded, will come to the recue. R. W. WEBB, Mayor. Attest: S. J. Ladner, Secretary. BAY BOY SCOUIS GIVEN SUPPER IN BOY SCOUI ARMORY On Thursday Night by the Scouts’ Executive Committee In Pre paration of Bond Drive SCOUTS TO„ PLAY BIG PART. Chairman G. R. Rea Delivered Ad dress In Which He Outlined Scouts’ Work in Drive. The Bay St. Louis Boy Scouts were royally entertained Thursday night at the Boy Ccouts’ Armory, corner Second and Union streets, when and where they were entertain ed at a spaghetti supper by the Ex ecutive Committee of the Boy Scouts, composed of Messrs. R. W. Webb, George C. Fh'sching and Jos. O Mauf fray. There were thirty-two people seat ed at the supper table, all doing ample justice to the spaghetti as only Mr. Webb knows bow to serve it in the most palatable form and for which he was unanimously given a vote of thanks. Mr. Geo. R. Rea, county chairpian Libertv Loan Committee, was present and delivered an address, dwelling on the work outlined bv the Government for the Scouts in the forthcoming Fourth Liberty Loan. Mr. Rea s re marks were of much interest and plainly set forth the work in which the Scouts will play s G prominent a part. * Preceding the supper the Scouts gave an exhibition drill, in charge of Assistant Scout Master Harold Mc- Cord, whose work in the interest of the boys has been of much telling value. , There were twenty-six full fledged Scouts at the affair, one and all en joying the delicious spaghettis, en joying more than one helpings, and outside of Scout Roger Manar, it is hard to say who eat the most! The Echo representative appreci ates the invitation to have been pres ent and regrets exceedingly his in ability to have attended. MONDAY JEWISH RELIEF DAY. Letter From State President of Re lief Committee to Mayor R. W. Webb. Governor Theo. G. Bilbo has set aside Monday, September 23rd as Jewish Relief Day for the State o. Mississippi, and Mayor R. W, Webb, of Bay St. Louis, has also issued a proclamation setting the same dav for the same purpose, to be observed in Bay St. Louis and every reader of this and of the following lines is urg ed to contribute to the cause, in which work Miss Mariam Engman has been appointed chairman. The following communication by J. Hirsh, president of the Jewish Relief Committee of Mississippi, addressed to Mayor Webb contains much in formation and will carry weight with all right-thinking and right-feeling people. The letter follows; Dear Sir: Three million of our fellow-Jews in the war zone of Europe, on the verge of starvation, are crying for aid. Their fate has aroused the sym pathy of the world, and their appeal is to the hearts of all men. Rec ognizing this fact, Governor Bilbo has issued a proclamation setting aside September 23rd as Jewish Re lief Day, when a State-wide campaign will be* launched, to continue three days. . It is our earnest desire to reach all the people of Mississippi who are willing to respond to this request for urgent relief, and let each have a chance to contribute his or her full share to this most wo*hy cause. The American Jewish Relief Commit tee has this work in charge through out our land, and has the authorizat ion of our National Government and the heartv endorsement of Prsidnt Wilson. It* is fathrd by men of nat ion Avide reputation, such as Jacob Schiff, ex- Ambassador Henry Morgen-' thau, Nathan Straus. This organizat ion has apportioned $100,000.00 to be raised by our State, and we are anxious to go well “over the top.” Won't you help your community to raise its quota? May I not count on you to Launch a live campaign for this good cause, issuing your pro clamation through the press, and se curing the co-operation of your min isters and your prominent citizens? The need is pressing, the time is short. Let me. therefore, urge your prompt acceptance. Your immediate reply to this effect will be gfeatly ap-* nreciated. Faithfully yours, J. HIRSL. "ras. Jewish Relief Committee of Mississippi. Bocukn Not Necessary. When a company of American sol diers took a section oX erumy trench in Hie recent fighting in th> Chateau Thierry region, they found The Best is always the Cheapest. Buy the Best Tires for your Automobile. You make no mistake when you buy DIAMOND TIRES We are sole agents for the Celebrated Diamond Tires, and when you buy a Tire from us we the benefit of our services and advice along with your purchase. We take care of you. Schneider’s Garage, Opposite Echo Bldg., Bay St. Louis, Miss. HANCOCK COUNTY FAIR! 2—D AYS ON L Y—2 TO BE HELD AT BAY SI. LOUIS, MISS. OCT. 10 AND 11,18. EDUCATIONAL GENERAL EXHIBITS OF SCHOOL WORK LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL SHOW. COME, AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS. IT WILL BE TWO DAYS WELL SPENT. JOHN CRAFT, Secretary Hancock County Fair Ass’n. CARD OF THANKS. We -wish to express our sincere thanks ami gratitude to our friends and acquaint ances. one" au-J all, who so willingly and aldy cany* to our assistance in the time -of our’trouble ami great sorrow which visited our home during the week. We will ever remain grateful for such kindnesses and to the many for their sympathy. We also wish r. thank Rev Father Brown for Ins kind words ami comforting expressions of hope and sympathy. KespectfuUy. THE FAMILY OF OLA A, FAYARD. Bay St. Louis, Miss., Sept. 20, 191n. TRUSTEE’S LAND SALE. Whereas Jefferson D. Burnett executed a deed o-P trust to Joseph F. Cazeneuve. as trustee, on the following described pro perty situated in the First Ward of the Uity of Bay St. Louis. Hancock county, State of Mississippi, to-wif,:— Having a front, on the water’s edge of the Bav of Saint Louis of 233 feet, more or less and extending back thence between parallel lines 233 feet., more or less, apart running on a course North 70 degrees west a distance of 2000 feet, more or less to the street in said city known as Dunbar avenue. Said land is bounded north by lands assessed to Gabriel U. Hale; south bj lands assessed to Mrs. R. HeiderhotT, et al. Said land is further described as being lots 26 and 27 of the First Ward of said City of Bav St. Louis, ns they appear and are numbered upon the official plat of saul citv and ward, made by the surveyor. Le ian'd J. Henderson, and filed in the olhcc of the Chancery Clerk of said county, on January 6. 11)02. (less certain lots having hct'ii released by said Merchants Bank.) to secure the payments of indebtedness therein described owing by said Jeffer son D. Burnett to Gabriel Y. Blame, which Indebtedness was assigned to the Mer chants Bank, of Bay St. Louis. Miss., on February 29, 1016, which said deed of trust is recorded in Vol. 8, pages 21-23 of the Record of Mortgages and Deeds of Crust on Land, of said county and State, and Whereas default has been made in the payment of said indebtedness and the said bank has required foreclosure of said deed of trust. . Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that i, the undersigned trustee, will sell the said land at public outcry to the high est bidder for cash, before the front door of the Court House, of said Hancock coun ty. in the city of Bay St. Louis, within law ful hours on Monday, October 7, 1918. for the purpose of paying said indebted ness. taxes and expenses. JOS". F. CAZENLLvL, Sept. 14, 1918. Professional Cards DR. C. L. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE: GEX BLDG., Main Street HOURS: 10 to 11 A. M. and 4 to 5 P. M. TELEPHONE 82 Residence —Carroll Avenue. Res. Phone 82. drTj. A. EVANS, DENTIST HOURS; From 8 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. OFFICE; Hancock County Bank Bldg. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. EMILE J. GEX, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW OFFICE: GEX BLDG. Main Street BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. ROBERT L. GENIN, OFFICE: GENIN BLDG., Main Street BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT. LAW GEX & WALLER ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Will practice in al civil matter* in all State Courts and in all matter* in the General Court* of Missis ippi. pairs of fine binoculars, according to a story published in the Paris ed ition of the New York Herald, which quoted a Y. M. C. A. man who had been serving the soldiers during the action as saying the Boches threw away their glasses because the Icanks were so close to them all the time they had do difficulty in seeing them. J “They couldn’t 13m and look over their shoulders through a pair of field glasses at the same time 4 ” said ; the Bed Triangle mag* Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fayard are re ceiving the congratulations of their many friends both here and in New Orleans on the occasion of the birth of a son at their home in Main street a few days ago. FOR SALE. TWO HORSES. IX FINE CONDITION, apply to Walter A. Gleason, or, telephone to HI. ~A “NICE. SOUND Y( )UNG ll< USE *F( > R sale; a good saddler and driver; a good work horse. Also a two.year old heifer fresh in about six months. Apply to Mrs. Riehard Evans. Bay St. Louis, Miss. ONE CONVERTIBLE TWO OR FOUR seat surrey; in splendid condition. Can be used for private family use. or as a de livery vehicle. A splendid chance. Apply to telephone 171, Bay St. Louis, Miss. DODGE CAR AND SKIFF FOR SALE. Telephone 219, Mrs. H. S. Pond, Bay St. Louis, Miss. SINGLE COTTAGE. 6 ROOMS. HALL; bath; modern improvements. One-third cash, balance easy payments. P. O. Box— -482, Bay St. Louis, Miss. DUROC PIGS, EXTRA FINE; SUB ject to registration; S weeks old. Males, $15.00; gilts, $17.50. J. W. Moody, Kiln, Mississippi. KING 8-CYLINDER 5 PASSENGER Car; first-class condition; cheap for cash. P. O. Box —482, Bay St. Louis, Miss. WANTED TO BUY. TO BUY HOGS OF ALL KINDS. AP ply to W. A. McDonald. , FOUR FOOT WOOD —OAK, ASH AND Pine l>y the car load. P. O. Box —272, Bay St. Louis, Miss. A LIMITED AMOUNT OF HOUSE hoId furnishings, including medium-sized range. Must be in good order and reason able. Will pay cash. Address "House keeper,” eare The Echo. lost. ONE POCKET BOOK CONTAINING MY Military Registration Card and cash amounting to $135.50. Was lost in the coun ty, between Dillville and Bay Sf. Louis. Liberal reward will be paid for return to A1 phouse G. Favre, Bay St. Louis. Miss. ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 25T11. ONE thoroughbred Berkshire Sow; black, with white face; turned up nose. Good reward given if returned to Tims. Richton, P. O. Box—-23, Bay St. Louis, Miss. NOTICE SALE OF BONDS. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, of the City of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, will receive bids on $4,000.00 of Bonds of the City of Bay St. Louis,, Mississippi, which has been duly authorized and issued. Bids will be re ceived up to and until 3:30 o’clock P. M., October 5, 1918; bids to be made under seal and addressed to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. No conditional bids will be received. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. R, W. WEBB. Mayor. Sylvan J. Lad per, Secretary. Bay St. Louis, Miss., Sept. 7, 1918. NOTICE. No person owning or having in charge any cattle in Hancock County, Mississippi, shall move or allow to be moved sftid cat tle into Louisiana except as hereinafter provided: All cattle must be free from Ticks— Margaropus Annulatus) and a permit is allowed for their movement. Provided futher that: All cattle returning from Louisiana into Hancock comity, Mississippi, must be ac companied by a permit issued by the Federal inspector. Any person, company or corporation violating any of the provisions of this notice shall be subject to trial in Feder al Court, “and. on conviction, shalj be punished by a fine not less than one hund red dollars nor more than one thousand dollars of by imprisonment not more than one year, or, by both such line and im prisonment.” C. L. LASH. U, S. Vet. Inspector. SEPTEMBER 1. 1918. NOTICE OF TEACHERS’ FALL EXAM INATIONS. Notice is hereby given that examinations i will be conducted at the Court House, in the City of Bay St. Louis, Miss., for ap- I plicants to teach in the Public Schools of j Hancock County, on the folowing dates, | to-wit: WHITE APPLICANTS, j Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Sept ember 5, 0 and 7, 1918. COLORED APPLICANTS. Thursday. Friday ami Saturday, Sept ember 12, 13 and 14. 1918. WHITE APPLICANTS. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Sept ember 19, 20 and 21, 1918. COLORED APPLICANTS. ’ Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Sept ember 26, 27 aud 28, 1918. JOHN CRAFT. County Superintendent of Ed. Bay St. Lotus. Mies., Aug. 1, 1918, YOU Can Shop all the New Year Round to Your Advantage t V - AT THE - Dry Goods Store AND— Hardware Store, Of J. 0. MAUFFRAY, “The Stores of honest Values.” You will find a Complete Stock of New Goods, reasonably priced from which to select and to buy *je J. O. Mauffray, - Bay St. Louis, Miss. <rw&&i A. Sc G. atl THEATRE 1 Monday, September 23rd Elsie Ferguson in “THE DANGER MARK” Artcraft—Admission, 6 and 11 Cents. Tuesday, September 24th Theda Bara in “THE CLEMENCEAU CASE” Fox—Admission, 6 and 11 Cents, (Wednesday, September 25th Harold Lockwood in “BROADWAY BILL” Metro—Admission, 6 and 11 Cents. Thursday, September 26th Douglas Fairbanks in “BOUND IN MOROCCO” Artcraft—Admission, 11 and 17 Cents. I Friday, September 27th Peggy Hyland in “OTHER MEN’S DAUGHTERS” Fox—Admission, 6 and 11 Cents. Saturday, September 28th Vivian Martin in “VIVIETTE” Paramount —Admission, 6 and 11 Cents. I The Whole Development of Modern Industry and g Commerce Rests on the PRINTING PRESS—Let I The Echodielp develop your business with GOOD PRINTING. I 1 1 sC. c Cc | DRUGS, CHEMICALS, MEDICINES, I FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY^ FINE STATIONERY, FISHING TACKLE, ETC. I ♦♦♦♦ Physicians* Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. ♦♦♦♦ E The Finest Line of Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and All Kinds of Smokers’ \ Supplies in Bay St. Louis. cineL S'vjix&t V \ SOLE AGENTS FOR VINOL. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. TO THE PUBLIC OF BAY ST. LOUIS AND HANCOCK COUNTY. Bay St. Louis, Miss., Sept. 2. 191S. The Fuel Administration have issued a warning regarding “joy riding’ in auto mobiles and other indiscriminate using of gasoline on Sundays. They request that this practice be discontinued immediately in order to give this gasoline to our army for use in Europe. The supply Is exceed ingly short at‘this time and unless the people comply with this request inime. diately, a very drastic order will be forth coming within the next ten days. Please give the most publicity possible so that we may do our share in saving gaso line for war purposes. Very trly. K. W. WEBB. Fuel Administrator for Hancock County. # . - Y. M. C. A. Men Under Fire. Four more Y. M. C. A. workers have distinguished themselves and won glory in the Chateau Thierry region fighting. They are B. V. John son, Detroit, Mich., Francis Smith, West Medford, Mass., Theodore La thorp, Marisdon, Wis., and Frank L. Johnson, Newark, 0, There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was sup posed to be incurable. Doctors proscribe ! local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional con ditions and therefore requires constitu tional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Medi cine. manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surface.- of the System. One Hundred Dollars re ward Is offered for any case that Hall* Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c Hall’s Family Pills for constlrattorv w.s.s. w.s.s. w.s.s. w.s.s. w.s.s. w.s.s. w.s.s. Buy them from thu local banks and po* (office and tv res. Buy today*