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POVERTY COMES IN AT THE DOOR, LOVE FLIES OUT OF THE WINDOW.” THE MOST SECURE WAY TO BEGAN A MARRIED LIFE IS TO GIVE HER A BANK BOOK FOR A WEDDING PRES ENT, AND ADD SOME TO IT EACH PAY DAY. COME INTO OUR BANK AND TALK IT OVER. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK. YOU WILL RECEIVE FOUR PER CENT INTEREST. fIERCHANTSBANKj BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI. Sea Coast Echo. <* MOREAU, Editor and Pmb’r. Journal of Bay Bt. Pools, Mln. OMdoi Journal of Hancock County MUo. CITY ECHOES. —Misses Mary E. Ansley and Mer cedes Spotorno spent a few* days in New Orleans last week. —Mr. Henry Osoinach left Sunday for Memphis, Tenn., where he has assumed a responsible position, as stated in these columns last week. —Mrs. Thomas Killeen, of New Orleans, is visiting her Bay St. Louis friends, the guest of Mrs. Ernest J. Leonhard on the beach front. —Mr. C. E. Arceneaux- progress ive proprietor of Arceneaux’s Cash Store, returned home Monday from a flying trip to his former home town, Morgan City, v La.. —Dr. I. A. Evans and father-in law, Mr. George Boyd, of Dresden, Tenn., were visitors to the Mississippi Bankers Convention at Gulfport Wednesday. —Mr. Rene J. Toca and bride re turned home Monday night from their bridal trip to Mobile and New Orleans, and are “at home” to their friends, in State street. —Mr, Arthur Scafide spent Sun dany in New Orleans, where he at tended the initiation of a large class of candidates by the order of Knights of Columbus. —Miss Sallie Cirlot, Hancock county’s efficient county demonstra tor, home economics department, has gone to her home in Moss Point, Miss., called by the illness of her little niece. —Miss Lucy Bordagers is 'pre paring to journey to El Paso, Texas, where she will spend quite a while visiting her brother, Mr. Edwaid Bordages. Mr. Bordages, Sr., in tends visting his son later. —Miss Elsie Mauffray has return ed home from a visit to her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gimble, at Jeanerette, La.. after a stay of several weeks, during which time the party motored to Hot Springs, Ark. ,and return. —Mrs. C. J. Tarut is spending a while at Bogalusa. La., visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tarut, where Mr. Tarut is prominently connected in the office of th erailroad at that place. Church Announcement. Rev. M. Snedecker, of Long Is land, N. Y., will conduct 11 o’clock services at Christ Church, Front street and Carroll avenue, tomorrow —Sunday. The public cordially in vited. Joseph 0. Mauffray =— TWO STORES Hardware: Dry Goods: Implements, A Clean Line of Utensils, carefully selected Cutlery, fabrics, conscrv- Tools, ativcly bought, Stoves, conscientiously . Ranges, priced for your Etc., Etc. delectation. JOSEPH 0. MAUFFRAY, FRONTS! BEET ‘ Proprietor of ‘THE STORE OF HONEST VALUES.”- PROGRAM FOR NEXT WEEK AT A. & G. THEATRE. MONDAY, MAY 31:— Lina Cavalieri in “A Woman of Impulse,” and Century comedy. TUESDAY, JUNE Ist: Gladys -Brockwell in “The Devil’s Riddle,” Mutt and Jeff and Fox News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2ND:— Tom Moore in “One of the Fin est,” and Charlie Chaplin. THURSDAY, JUNE 3RD:— Stroheim’s Wonder Play, “Blind Husbands,” Jewel De Lux Attrac tion, featuring Francella Billing ton and Eric Stroheim. FRIDAY, JUNE 4TH : Constance Talmadge in “His Tem peramental Wife,” and Fox News. f SATURDAY, JUNE STH : Vivian Martin in “The Third Kiss,” and Sunshine comedy. —Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Freret and little son have returned from New Orleans, where they spent quite a while, called by the illness of a relative. Mrs. Freret was accompan ied home by her sister, Mrs. L. Taylor, who will spend a while here. —The community will learn with satisfaction of the return home of Luger Mauffray, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. 6. Mauffray, who was recently the subject of an operation for appendicitis, at Hotel Dieu, New Orleans. The young man is still in bed at the family home in Main street but is on the high road to recovery, which we are glad to note. —Mr, and Mrs. George M. Mor ris. daughter and grand daughter, ar-e among the arrivals of the week for the summer, and are domiciled at their newly-purchased home on the beach, formerly the Bornio dwelling. Mr. Morris is well known in realty and financial circles in New Orleans, an executive officer of the Crescent City Building & Loan Association. —ln the advertising columns of this week’s Echo wiP be found the advertisement of A. G. Nichols, man ager of Service Garage, who has taken the agency for the Chandler and Cleveland “Six” two well known and excellent cars. Both are popu lar priced, the Chandler selling for $1,995.00 and the Cleveland for sl,- 485.00. Mr Nichols has the exclu sive agency for Hancock, Pearl Riv er, Harrison and Stone counties. Demonstration free. Telephone 6. THE CHANDLER SIX THE CLEVELAND SIX . $1995.00 $1485.00 “THE CHANDLER I CLEVELAND “SIX,” NEWEST ARRIVALS FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY The CHANDLER as one of the most popular medium priced cars on the market needs no praise from us. It’s reputation is nationally known. The CLEVELAND SIX is also made by the Chandler Motor Car Cos. This is a Light Six embodying the "same high standard of construction throughout its entire make. We have selected these cars to sell, after looking over a great many other well known makes, as the best popular priced car on the market. Remember these care are MANUFACTURED; NOT ASSEM BLED, and carry a ninety day free service guarantee. Ask fo r a demonstration, we will by pleased to call. Agents for Hancock, Pearl River, Harrison and Stone Counties, Mississippi. THE SERVICE QARAQE, A. G. NICHOLS, Manager, Bay St. Louis, Miss. —Miss Rita Breath and Miss Elsie Day left yesterday for Hattiesburg, where they will attend the summer normal school for teachers. —Mr. R. M. Tycer and daughter, —Miss Helene Heymann, of New Orleans, is here for the A. A. U. meet, and is the guest of Miss Vi vian Ducatel. Miss Flora, of Hammond, La., are visiting their relatives, Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Day. Mr. Tycer is the father of our well known S. S. C. athlete, Nat Tycer. —Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Heymann and family are here from New Or leans, attending the A. A. U. meet and visiting the many friends of their former home town. —Mrs. W. Cain gave birth to a lovely little daughter on May 22nd. The little one is doing fine- although Mrs. Cain is in a dangerous condi tion, and the best is hoped for. Dr. Cain was sent for from Washington. —Gov. Lee M. Russell on Wednes day afternoon appointed D. M. Wat kins, of Hattiesburg, to succeed Hon. W. M. Denny, Jr., chancellor, re signed. He will serve until a special election is held. He has not stated whether he will be a candidate or not in the special election, —Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Firsching entertained the Seniors and Juniors of Bay High School at a supper on last Thursday night. The table was beautifully decorated with the class colors, olive and gold. Those present were Misses Edris Erwin, Alma von Drozkowsky, Ethel Osoinach- Messrs. Grady Perkins, James Sylvester, Wal lace Chapman, Bert Jackson, Ran dolph Firsching, T. F. Spencer, Prof, and Mrs. C. R. Talbert. —The Seniors entertained the faculty and members of the High School at a party last Saturday night in the school auditorium. The hall was decorated with the class olive and gold. Games were played after which refreshments were serv ed. All present spent a very pleasant evening, thanks to the Seniors. —On Monday night Prof, and Mrs. C. R. Talbert entertained the faculty and the Seniors and Juniors at a picture show party, after which all assembled at the Power drug store where refreshments were served. The color scheme olive and gold was car ried out . Those present were: Misses Celine Fayard, Rita Breath, Della Hymel, May Colson, Eva Strother, Ogla von Drozkowsky, Mr. T. F. Spencer, Misses Edris Erwin, Alma von Drozkowsky, Ethel Osoinach, Messrs. Grady Perkins, James Syl vester, Wallace Chapman, Bert Jack son, Randolph Firsching, Miss Arlete and Master V. J. Talbert. —The many friends of Hon. A. V. Griffith, a leading attorney and mem ber of the seacost bar, residing at Gulfport, but formerly of Bay St. Louis, will learn with interest of his announced intention to enter the race to succeed Judge W. M. Denny, of the Chancery district, who tender ed his resigntion Monday to the gov ernor. Mr. Griffith is no stranger to the people of Hancock county and the balance of the Coast, and his candidacy will be hailed with much satisfaction. I -*■ | cffitncts I the uunnessju. cAt I WEAK LINKS IN A STRONG CHAIN ■ That’s just what imitation parts are when they be -9 come a part of your Ford car. They look strong ■ enough, but the metal isn’t there —the strong, dura -9 ble Vanadium steel that goes into the Ford chassis nj and every Ford part. Ford parts are specially cast jj I I and heat-treated, each according to its use. I| I 9 Ford metallurgists have been studying that prob- ffl I 9 lem for sixteen years, and know just how each unit ml i|i should be made to endure a minimum of wear and s|s tear. They know that best results can be obtained wj 9 only by the use of special formulas for different || I B parts. ||j I 9 We carry complete assortments of genuine Ford || I * Parts; and give careful, prompt, Ford service. Drive ml 9 in, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Come to the w| 9 authorized Ford dealers for service. Hi I i EDWARDS BROS., WASHINGTON ST. 11 9 Insist on Genuine Ford ml Mrs, R, W. Webb has returned from New Orleans, where she attend ed the May Day festival given by the Elks, with a party of friends. —-Mr. and Mrs, Pedro Boudin re receiving the congratulations of their (many friends on the occasion of a recent arrival at their home in Third street. The new comer is of the gentler sex—a pretty and beautiful child. —Chancery Court, with Judge Walter M. Denny presiding, was in session during the first part of the week.ln addition to the several cases of equity in hand and other interests involved, the number of devoices considered was unusually large. —Attending the luncheon at the great Southern Hotel of the Missi ssippi Bankers Converftion at Gulf port Tuesday and the other social features were Mesdames Leo M. Seal, I. A. Evans, Carl Marshall, C. G. Moreau, Misses Levia and Miriam Engman, Louise Armstrong, Lillian Clark and Artemise Ragan. —There will be an interesting game of baseball tomorrow (Sunday) at St. Stanislaus Stadium, beginning at 2:45 o’clock, between the famed Eberhardts, of New Orleans, and our S. S. C. team., An admission of only 25 cents will be charged, and as this will be one of the last games of the college season there ought to be a large crowd of the fans and others. —Dr. D. Bornio, that prince of gentlemen and his excellent family have arrived from New Orleans for the summer and are located at their home in Toulme street. Bay St. Louis has no better friend and more enthusiastic booster than Dr. Bornio, and he has proven his friendship for this place by the long number of years he has visited here and his in vestments im-real estate. —A very delightful time was spent at the home of Dr. Brossiner’s on Bayou Portage, Pass Christian, Guests from Bay St. Louis were Misses Lillith Ansley, M, E. Ansley, iM. Spotorno, A. Lagniel, Mrs. For ward. Other members of tbe party were from New Orleans. Lunch was served under under the trees, followed by motor boat riding, rowing, bathing and dancing. —Pupils of Central School pre sented a creditable closing entertain ment at Woodmep Hall Wednesday night in the presence of a large and appreciative audience. “Snow White,” an operetta in three acts was pres ented under the direction of Mrs. C. R. Talbert, Miss von Drozkowsky and Miss Strother, and the one-act farce, “Tking the Place of Father,” was also creditably rendered and under the direction of Prof. Thos. F. Spencer. The entertainment display ed considerable talent and gave evi dence of excellent training at the hands of the teachers in charge. —FOR SALE: One Essex auto mobile; new; cash or terms. Liberty bonds or Banderet Oil Company stock accepted. Address P. 0. Box 267, Bay St. Louis- Miss. —FOR SALE: Cornue and White King Pigeons. Apply George E. Pitcher, P. O. Box 222, Bay St. Louis, Miss. —There will be a regular monthly meeting of St. Joseph’s Auxiliary at | the basement of St. Joseph's convent on Tuesday afternoon. June Ist. It is especially desired and respectfully ; urged that as many members be pres- I ent as possibly can, as it is desired I to continue the splendid work already carried out by the organization. St, Joseph’s Auxiliary is composed of ladies and gentlemen who work for .the good cause of aiding St. Jos ! eph’s Academy in improving the premises, and it is due to the united | effort of the members that already much work has been accomplished. However, there is much yet to be car ried out and the Auxiliary will find a large field in which to exercise its efforts. It is desired there be a large attendance next Tuesday afternoon. —The Echo regrets to note the death of Mrs. P. M. Tomasich, widow of A. G. Tomasich, which occurred at the family home in this city Tues day morning .after a long illness. Mrs. Tomasich was a native of Bay St. Louis, aged 43 years, nee Pauline Surcouf. She is survived by four daughters and three sons, all of whom have the deepest sympathy of the community. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon and was largely attended; interment at St. Mary’s cemetery. The death of Mrs. Tomasich removes a most estimable woman and her departure is generally regret ted. —Mr. John R. Drackett, captain and proprietor of the ferry boat and ferry franchise, reached here yester day from Morgan City in the interest of the building of the ferry landings. He reports his boat in readiness for business. Its coming is only retard ed by the high water of the Mississip pi river, which does not allow the opening of the Plaquemine locks. The opinion is unanimous that we cannot get the ferry in active oper ation any too early. —Messrs. R. 0. Engman and Leo W Seal, Carl Marshall and Simon Eng man represented the Hancock County Bank at the State Bankers Con vention at Gulfport this week. The Merchants Bank was represented. Messrs. Geo. R. Rea, Geo. H. Ed wards, John K. Edwards, R. T. Perkins and C. G. Moreau. Messrs. Ronald Heymal and Dan B. Bourgeois of the Merchants attended the social functions of the evenings—atGulf- port and Biloxi. REGISTRATION NOTICE. tate of Mississippi,) Hancock County. ) Notice is hereby given that under he laws of the State of Mississippi, he undersigned Registrar of voters orHancock County will visit the sev ral voting precincts in said county or the purpose of registering vot rs at the following places and dates, o-wit — ANSLEY —At Postoffice, Monday, lav 31, 1920. PEARLINGTON At Postoffice, 'uesday, June 1, 1920. LOGTOWN—At H. Weston Rum or Company’s Store, Wednesday, une 2, 1920. GAINESVILLE At the School louse, Thursday, June 3, 1920, AARON ACADEMY—At School louse, Friday. June 4, 1920. FLAT TOP- —At School House, londay, June 14, 1920. CATAHOULA —At Jordan River ,umber Company’s Store, Tuesday, une 15, 1920. CAESAR —A+ Postoffice, Wednes ay, June 16, 1920. CRANE CREEK At Sellers chool House, Thursday, June 17, 920. STANDARD At Postoffice, Fri ay, June 18, 1920. FENTON—At Postoffice, Satur ay, June 19, 1920. KILN—At Jordan River Lumber Company’s Store, Monday, June 21, 920. BAY ST. LOUIS —At Court House 'uesday, June 22, 1920. WAVEAND —At School House, Wednesday, June 23, 1920. tore, Thursday,* June 24, 1920. LAKE SHORE At Ladner’s A y Vt'PnOQTIi’M Rometrsr £* AMELS have wonder- mildness and a flavor refreshing as new. Camels quality and Camels expert /!#|T blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. 04. Camels blend never tines your taste,. And, V *V^y^ - : Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste ySag nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! What Camels quality and expert blend can M mean to your satisfaction you should find m jM out at once! It will prove our say-so when K you compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price ! ~ joJmll Camml • n aoM mijnrhm m •d*atMc*Jly mM pacJttfa of 30 TANARUS// 9 cigmrvti*;or tan pscka&a (300dgtmUms) ie * gl**mn*p*pr-coY9n*l M ft f l// JM carton. Wt mtrongly neommmad tbim caitflo /or /A* JkuM Of ofio* JLe / P££ save money for our^customers paint jobs. That’s why we always recommend I 'XI* \ 7/^r 1 The Guaranteed Utu V VyLi Lead and Zinc Paint Fmwsr Gallons — We-srs Longer It contains no whiting, silica, china clay or other such stuff. It is made of the same pure ingredients that the old-time painter used: Pure White Lead, Pure White Zinc, Pure Linseed Oil, and nothing else. Dcvoc is mixed by machinery, 1000 gallons at a time. That makes it absolutely uniform in strength, color and covering capacity — always takes fewer gallons, too. Let us show you the real economy of paint ing Devoe paint. Will be glad to sens! you copy of the practical booklet —“Keep Appearances Up and Expenses Down.** Bay Mercantile Company BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. sC. si. Cc tJLontbczxsM i zSiyn*', II DRUGS, CHEMICALS, MEDICINES, FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY FINE STATIONERY, FISHING TACKLE, ETC. ♦♦♦♦ Physicians’ Prescriptions Carefully Compound. ♦♦♦♦ . % The Finest Line of Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and All Kinds of Smokers* Supplies in Bay St. Louis. civic fez TtyiuXsntasn#, o/ncL V *. *^aui£ud. SOLE AGENTS FOR VINOL. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. tack Is a Prize Winner In Birming ham Meet. William Stack, of Stanislaus Col ege, was a prize winnerat the great thletic meet held at Birmingham, la., last Saturday, under the aus ices of the Birmingham Athletic lub, wwhen he made the 100-yard ash in 10:5, which exceeded former ecords and won for him new laurels, e was generally congratulated on his uccess, and he will be a formidable ompetitor in the A. A. C. Meet to be eld in Bay St. Louis during the jtfov nnrf nf nrpspnt Mav. We Picked Up Seven Large Dead Rats First Morning Using Rat-Snap. So writes Mr. B. E, Carpenter, Woodbridge, N. J. “We lost 18 small chicks one night, killed by rats. Bought some KAT-SNAP and picked up 7 large dead rats next morning and in two weeks didn’t see a single rat. RAT-SNAP is good and sure. Three sizes, 25c 50c, SI.OO. Sold and guaranteed by L. A, de Montluzin’s Snn<! and Rav Mercantile Company.