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TO THINK? I ► Y :: WHY, OF COURSE, YOU HAVE. J that sure is a foolish question. I :: J . | .. But did you ever top to think how good nad pure our * •’ Bottled SODA WATERS and COCA-COLA’S are? | '• If y ou have any doubt, come and let u show you how f • * it is bottled. T • > T :: WE WILL DO IT WITH PLEASURE. t • • v • 4* I Bay Ice, Light & Bottling Works- J CITY ECHOES. - ,Bost the Spanish Trail. The Echo solicits social and lo cal itwia. The only provision is: Send ’em in early. Mr. and Mrs. Rene J. Toca and Master Freddie Toca spent the week end in New Orleans visiting relatives and friends. The Edward Hines Hospital at Kiln has been completed and is re ceiving patients, tl is one of the j largest and best of its kind. Dr. H. S. Lewis is a member of the physician surgeon staff in attendance. Miss Leonie Jansen, of New Or leans, guest of Mrs. E. J. Lacoste and Miss E. Lacoste, is the recipient of many social attentions and special courtesies while here. Mrs. (Dr.) W. E. Manor, of Pur vis, is here on a visit jointly to Mrs. (Dr.) J. A. Evans and Mrs. W. L. Bourgeois. Mrs. Manor, former Bay St. Louis resident, is warmly wel comed by many friends. —Misses Isabel and Marie Victor and Master Arthur Reau, of New Or leans, are interesting house guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Leon hard and Master A. T. Leonhard at the family home on the beach front. —The benefit dance for St. Mar garet’s Daughters’ Home at the Beach Drug Store Pavilion this Saturday evening ought to be well patronized with a large attendance. The cause is self-appealing. Admission 50 cents; ladies, 25 cents. The funds realized will be appropriated for the purchase of play grounds and yard equipment. —Mrs. (Dr.) Maxwell and the baby have come out from New Or leans on a visit to parents and grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jol\n D. Grace, and family, on the Waveland beach front, and will remain for the balance of the season. Before her marriage Mrs. Maxwell was Miss Vivian Grace, whose beautiful voice is now heard to advantage since her studies in New Y ork. —Over fifty orphans will be guests at the Blenk Memorial Home, con ducted by the order of St. Margaret's Daughters, at the O’Brien home, on the beach front, next week. Any at tention given the orphans and any donations to the home will be grate fully received. In all our pleasures and entertainments and in time of plenty it will be well to remember the orphans, and to give in His name. Mrs. Vallette is the matron in charge. * —Mr. Lloyd Guerra, who is with the Pacific Electric Railways Com pany, at Los Angeles, Cal., spent Sunday here visiting the scenes of his former home, en route to Atlanta, Ga. where he attended the wedding of his sister Gertrude, which event took place during the early part of the week. After a visit of a while he will return to California, where he is permanently residing. The success of this native born Bay St. Louis young man is noted with interest and the friends of the family will learn of this with much satisfaction. —L. S. Batson, of Birmingham, member of the Alabama Highway Commission, while in Bay St. Louis Wednesday was one of the most in terested spectators of the Bay St. Louis sea wall. He said he had heard of the Bay St, Louis sea wall, but had not for a moment conceived such a gigantic undertaking. He praised the city for such enterprise and dwelt on what it meant for the future. Turning to The Echo representative, he said: “If lam correct, this is the only structure of its kind on the en tire Mississippi Gulf Coast; the only town that will have its entire riparian front permanently protected. What a magnificent thing!” Mr. Batson is right. Bay St Louis is the only city on the Coast offering the people such permanent protection, from one end of the city to the other. FOR SALE TWO BROODERS AND ONE INCUBATOR REAL CHEAP. ALSO HENS. AT MULLER * RUPP STORE Third Street, Near St. Charles. g "" * HORTON ELECTRIC COMPANY ON FRONT STREET. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. G. S. HORTON, Proprietor. Electrical Wiring and Repairing. Electric Fixtures and Supplies. All Work Guaranteed to Paw Insurance Regulations. Telephone 341. P. O. Box 571. .ignaTi wrari rat ■ ri . =J PARTY RETURN FROM 9-MILE BAYOU WITH BIG CATCH. Mayor Webb Heads Party of Local Fishermen Who Hooked Big Fel loe —One of the Best Catches of Seasons. Leaving on board the steamer “Quest” during Wednesday night, a party of local anglers, headed by Mayor R, W. Webb, returned home Thursday night from a successful trip to 9-Mile and St. Joe Light. Seemingly there were any number of fish—big fellows of different varie ties. There were red fish and sheep head in abundance, to say nothing of other kind. With Mayor Webb there were City Attorney R. L. Genin, Messrs. Shoen, Gooch, Joe Judlin, Sidney W. Prague and Charles and Rene Toca. Five hundred pounds of fish is the record of the catch. APPEAL FOR THE ORPHANS. St. Margaret’s Daughters appeal to the generosity of those who have farms to help supply milk and farm products to the fifty or more little orphans who will be the guests of the Blenk Memorial Home (formerly the O’Brien home) next week. Miss Marjorie Swoop Hostess to Bridge Party. Miss Marjorie Swoop was hostess to one of the charming bridge parties of the season, when she entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Swoop, on the beach front, in compli ment to Misses Yvonne Elder, Lucille Wagner and Rita Camors. The guests were Mrs. Sidney Prague, Mrs. Terrell Perkins, Mrs. Dewey Sandal, Misses Carmen De Ben, Ethel Gex, Evelyn Grace, Lil lith Ansley, Olga Macheca, Alice Maloudous, Olga and Louise Lapeyre, Marguerite Wogan, Margaret Green, Yvonne Elder, Lucille Wagner, Rita Camors. ■Beautiful prizes were awarded the successful contestants in return for their skill at the intricacies of “auc tion,” and the entertainment proved not only one of much delight but the success of the gracious hostess, who is one of the popular members of the younger set in New Orleans winter society. —Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Perkins have come out from New Orleans for the balance of the summer, and are visiting at the home of their relatives, Mr, and Mrs, R. R. Perkins and fam ily. Mrs. Perkins and Miss Perkins will entertain their friends at the Club house in the immediate future. —Mr. Jack A. Robertson, promi nent young gentleman of Columbia, Miss., motored down to Bay St. Louis last Sunday on a flying visit to friends. Mr. Robertson was a student at Sc. Stanislaus last year, but The Echo learns with regret that he will matriculate at Oxford for the coming school year. A. & G. THEATRE PROGRAM. Attraction* Coming for Next Week. MONDAY, AUGUST 28: Elsie Ferguson in “Footlights.” Fox News and Movie Chats. ♦ ♦ * TUESDAY, AUG. 29: Wanda Hawley in “The Love Charm, and two-reel comedy. ♦ * ♦ WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30: Buck Jones in “Riding W T ith Death,” Fox News and comedy. ♦ ♦ ♦ THURSDAY, AUG. 31: Charles Ray in “The Midnight Bell,” and Prizma. * * * FRIDAY, SEPT. 1: “An Unwilling Hero” and two reel Larry Semen comedy. ♦ ♦ * SATURDAY, SEPT. 2; Anna Q. Wilson in “Three Live Ghosts,” and two-reel Sunshine com edy. SHERIFF WHITFIELD HAS 18 QUARTS OF STUFF. Deputy Sheriff Jos. V. Bontemps and City Marshal Albert Jones Made the Capture Yesterday Afternoon. Not because of the value of the stuff but for safekeeping 1 , Sheriff E. Van Whitfield has this morning in the big safe in his office 18 quarts of what is presumably “hootch,” and where it will remain until such time it will be called for as evidence fol lowing two arrests yesterday and two subsequent raids. Deputy Sheriff Joseph V. Bontemps and City Marshal Albert Jones, armed with a warrant for the arrest of C. F. Carpenter and also armed with search warrants for the premises of Carpenter and T. Colson, searched the dwelling premises of Carpenter yesterday, located on the Gainesville road back of Waveland, and found 18 quarts of liquor. Searching the business place of T. Colson, according to information from the sheriff’s office, one quart was found here. Charges were preferred. No ap paratus for making the stuff was found during the search. —Mrs. Walter J. Gex left yester day for Jacksonville, Fla., where she will remain a while visiting at the hame of her daughter, Mrs. Milton Philips. —Mrs. Winfield Partridge will be the charming hostess of a card party at the 8.-W. club house next Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 5. —Mrs. Sidney W. Prague, of Gulf, port, is spending a while visiting rela tives and Bay St. Louis friends, stop ping at the home of her grandmoth er, Mrs. M. V. Gex, and family on the beach front, —Miss Mary Perkins, who has been spending the summer with friends in southern Gerogia, has re turned home, after a delightful stay in the midst of the scenes of her former home. —Mrs. E. J. Leonhard was hostess to a party on board of the Leonhard power yacht yesterday afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Bryson, the at tractive house guest of Mrs. A. F. Fournier and Mrs. V. Dell, in Wave land. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge. Mrs. Bryson, who has been feted on every side since her visit, will leave in a day or two for her home in Tennessee. —Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Spiess, whose beautiful new home on the Waveland beach front is frequently the scene of entertainment, entertained Tues day night at bridge in compliment to Bay St. Louis friends. There were several tables and handsome awards were made to the successful players. —Mrs. W. J. Harrison entertained at the 8.-W. club house Thursday af ternoon at fourteen tables of bridge, in compliment to Mrs. Bryson, visit ing Mesdames Fournier and Dell in Waveland, and to Mrs. Robert Briggs, of Texas, who is visiting at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Minna Briggs. The affair was one of the larger and more successful social events of the season. —Mrs. M. V. Gex and Miss Gex en tertained handsomely Friday after noon at bridge in compliment to Mrs. Sidney W. Prague, of Gulfport, who is spending a while on a visit. Every detail of the beautiful affair was car ried out splendidly and the large number of guests delightfully enter tained. In addition to the trophies awarded the winners, a souvenir gift was presented to every guest. The affair was one of the more prominent of the several social events of the week. —Mrs. W. J. Harrison is entertain ing from New Orleans for the balance of the summer her parents, Judge and Mrs. Fernandez, who are no strangers here by reason of their former visits. —Mrs. John D. Grace, assisted by her accomplished daughters, was host Tuesday afternoon to one of the large bridge parties held in Waveland dur ing the late summer season. There were many guests from Waveland and Bay St. Louis, who enjoyed the hospitality of the handsome and in viting home. Charming in every ap pointment, the party was thoroughly enjoyable and one of the larger so cial successes. —Mrs. George H. Edwards enter tained informally at bridge at the Edwards home in Washington street Thursday evening to a number of close friends, the delights of the fas cinating game and the hospitality of the host thoroughly enjoyed. —Mrs. (Mayor) R. W. Webb left this morning for New Orleans, where she has joined a party of friends who will spend a while at Galveston, reg istered at the Hotel Galvez. —Mrs. C, Spotorno and daughter, Miss Julia, who have been summering at one of the fashionable resorts near Asheville, N. C., are expected home within the next few days. —Misses Wingerter and Halisy, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Giering at the beautiful bunga low at Cedar Point, and later visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sigerson, were honorees of a bridge party given a few evenings since at the Sigerson home in Main street. Miss Wingerter and Mr. J. O. Mauffray were the successful con testants, and handsome awards were given for their success. The ladies are spending two weeks with Mrs. Sigerson and a number of informal affairs are planned for their enter tainment. —The Spanish Trail will brng the auto road to New Orleans all the quicker* Help the project along. A—■ . llth Anniversary Sale OF THE Boston Shoe Store BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. SWEEPING REDUCTION OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES. In order to celebrate our llth Anniversary in the Shoe Business in Bay St. Louis, and to make room for our Fall Stock, every pair of Shoes going under the hammer and at below cost. Take advantage of our ridiculously low prices and secure Shoes for the whole family. The tremendous Bargains we are now offering in Shoes cannot be equalled anywhere. We posi tively cannot repeat these prices after this Sacrifice Sale is over. Buy your Shoes here now while you can get them. BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY. i MEN’S WALKOVER HIGH WORK SHOES. SHOES, $3.00 Value —Now $1.98 Of All Leather*. $3.50 Value—Now $2.25 $12.50 Value —Now SB.OO $4.00 Value—Now $2.75 $11.50 Value —Now $7.50 $4.50 Value—Now. _53.00 SIO.OO Value —Now $7.00 MEN’S DRESS LOW SHOES. $ 9.00 Value —Now $6.50 $6.00 Value —Now $4.45 $ 8.00 Value —Now $6.00 $5.50 Value—Now $3.98 $ 7.50 Value—Now $5.50 $4.5© Value—Now $3-00 MEN’S WALKOVER LOW Lot of Dress Shoes also._sl.9S S “® ES ’ WOMEN’S WALKOVER LOW Of All Leather*. $12.50 Value —Now SB.OO ’ 1 „ ~ , .. Of All Leather*. SIO.OO Value —Now $7.00 M nn 9 00 Value—Now $6.50 $9 00 Value—Now $7.00 $ 9.00 Va ue-ow *0 q Va , ue _ N<)W $ 6 .50 $ 8.00 Value —Now $6.00 _ n * „ M SB.CO Value—Now $6.00 $ 7.50 Value —Now $5.75 , „ 1 M $7.50 Value—Now $5.50 $ 7.00 Value —Now $5.50 MEN’S DRESS HIGH SHOES, WOMEN’S LOW SHOES, SPECIAL MAKE. ° f s P ecial Make s3.so Value—Now $2.75 $3 00 Value—Now $2.25 $5.00 Value —Now $3.50 $3.50 Value Now $2.75 $5.50 Value—Now $3.75 $4.00 Value—Now $3.00 $6.00 Value—Now $4.50 $4 50 Value—Now $3.50 $6.50 Value—Now $4.7 5 $7.00 Value—Now $5.00 One Special Lot of WOMEN’S One Lot of Dress Shoes — LOW SHOES, at 50c, Sizes 2^ Going at $2.98 to 3}£. RUBBER TENNIS SHOES, HIGH AND LOW, GO ING AT VERY LOW PRICES. TRY US FIRST. THE BIQ STORE, Sfi&g THIS SALE WILL LAST ONLY UNTIL SEPT. 15 —Secretary Hester, of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange, accom panied by his family, are occupying the de Montluzin home on the beach front, and have visits from time to time of their ex-Governor Jared Sanders, and wife. Mr. Hester has great faith in Bay St. Louis and is buying a home here. For years he summered at Pass Christian, but like others he sees an immediate future for Bay St. Louis, and its proximity to New Orleans is a consideration not to be lost sight of. As secretary of the Cotton Exchange he is known the world over. As cotton statistician he is a recognized authority. His mov ing to Bay St. Louis will prove an acquisition. He is purchasing the former home of Mr. A. L. Stokoe, on the beach front. NEW LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BORROW $30,000.00. State of Mississippi, County of Hancock. Whereas it is necessary to borrow money for Hancock County to meet the expenses of tlie current year, now therefore resolved it is the intention of the Board of Super visors of said County, on September llth. 1.5122, to borrow $20,000.00 for the Road and Bridge Fund In anticipation of taxes for the year 1022 to defray the expenses of said year and to issue the negotiable notes of said County, maturing not later than March Ist 15)22. and bearing not more than 6 per cent interest per annum. The Clerk of this Board will publish a certified copy of this order as required by law. so that the adult tax payers of said County may protest if they desire., state of Mississippi, County of Hancock. 1. A. A. Kergosien. Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the aforesaid County and state, hereby certify that the foregoing is i true and correct copy of a resolution idopted by said Board at its adjourned August, 1922. meeting, of record in Minute Book K, page 5)6. , . ... Given under my hand and seal of otnce, this the 22nd day of August. 15122. (Seal.) A. A. KERGOSIEN. Clerk, v true copy. . Phis 22nd day of August A D A. A. KERGOSIEN, Clerk. PETITION FOB PARDON. To His Excellency Lee M. Bussell Goy ernor. and the Honorable Board of Pardons of the tSate of Mississippi. We. the undersigned residents and citi zens of Hancock County, respectfully peti tion and request you to pardon one La ward Curry, a colored boy, about twenty years of age, who plead giiiity to 'V larceny at the March term of the Circa 1 Court of Hancock County and was - fenced to a two year term in the peni tentiary. He served some time in the county’ jail before the convening of the court in March. He was a good negro and on this occasion he with other boys broke into a store and stole nothing but smoking tobacc. It was a boyish affair and not of such a criminal nature to warrant such severe punishment. Respectfully WBBB , MaJ .„ r , P V. LACOSTE E. J LEONH \KD. E. .T. LACOSTE, And others. Bay St Louis. Miss.. Aug. 19. 1922. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that the under signed Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Hancock County. Mississippi, wi lon MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 4TH. 19*2. offer for sale to the lowest bidder at pub lic outcrv the contract for rebuilding Tex as Flat Road from the 13 to 16 mile post. nt ßM,w'° furuish bond lu double the ““S"bkl Vo eompiy with the plau. nd specifications on file In the £}® rk 8 £edect The Board ’•eserves the right to reject any and all hJ ds, A. A. KERGOSIEN. Clerk. August 12th, 1922. Do not buy your needs in Alum intm Ware until you see our Mirro nationally advertized Ware, to ar rive MERCAN tiIE CO. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. WANTED. • Responsible man or woman to solicit subscriptions for the Dearborn In dependent, a high-class weekly magazine. Liberal commission paid for each subscription. See Mr. Norman, at Edwards Bros. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. Pursuant to a decree of the Chancery Court of Hancock County, State of Missis sippi, rendered on the 15th day of July, A. D. 1922. Cause No. 2522 on the General Docket of said Court, George Carlon et als. vs. Henry Barabiuo et als., I, the under signed Commissioner, will offer for sale and sell for cash before the front door of the Court House of said County in the City of Bay St. Louis within lawful hours, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1922. the following described property: FIRST—Lots three hundred and sixty six. (.‘160), three hundred and sixty seven, tBG7) three hundred and sixty eight. (368) of the First Wafd of the City of Bay St. Louis, said County and State, as per map of said City made by Leland J. Henderson and tiled in the office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hancock County Mis sissippi. on January 6th, 1902, and as per amended map tiled in the said Clerk’s office, on June 2nd. 1913. SECOND: —Lot No. 54 in the rear of the First Ward of the City of Bay St Louis, as per map made of said City by Leland J. Henderson, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hancock County, said State, on January 6th, 1902, and as per amended map filed In the said Clerk's office on June 2nd, 1913. THIRD:—A certain parcel os strip of land situated in the County of Hancock, State of Mississippi and described as fol lows : Beginning at a point where the south line of the Melitte Lesgassier claim inter sects the western line of the Peter Derro gade claim ; thence north 28(4 degrees west 20.50 chains to the reputed northwest cor ner of said Derrogade Claim; thence north .0 degrees west 14.22 chains to the land formerly sold to Matbilde P. Saucier (now claimd by Jrom J. Cuevas); thence south 20 degrees west 7.45 chains to a stake in the ford of a branch; thence north 70 de grees west 10 chains; thence north 48 de greet west 7 chains; thence north SO 1 ,* de grees west 5.73 chains; thence south 27 chains; thence east 45.15 chains to place of beginning. Containing 81.6 acres and be ing a part of the Melitte Lessassler claim in Township 8 south of range 14 west. Being further described by a map or plot made by E. S. Drake, dated March 23rd, 1922. attached to the bill of complaint in this cause. Said above described land belongs to complainants and defendants in common. This the 4th day of August. A. D. 1922. A. A. KERGOSIEN. Special Commissioner. LEGAL, NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the contract for publishing the proceedings and legal notice, including the annual statement, all ordinances for the City of Bay St. Louis, for one year, from Saturday, the 2nd day of Louis, will be sold to the best advantage of the city. Bids to be submitted on condi tion of the minutes being published in the newspaper In the first publication after the meeting of the Board and on condi tion the entire minutes of the Board be published in one publication and on con dition that a failure to publish a paper on any date the paper is due wherein a city publication should appear, shall render the contract void. The bids shall contain a sworn statement showing a paid circu lation. Sealed bids are required to be filed with the Secretary of the City at the City Hall, on Second street, in Bay St. Louis, Miss., on or before Saturday, the 2nd day of September. A. D. 1922. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, this the sth day of August. 1922. S. J. LADNER. Secretary. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Hancock County, at the office of the Clerk of said Board. Bay St. Louis. Mississippi, until 11 o’clock a. m.. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 4TH. 1932. for publishing proceedings of said Board, and all legal notices emanating from said Board. The successful bidder shall be expected to copy the proceedings himself from the minutes of the Board of Super visors. and shall publish all of the pro ceedings in one issue of his paper, and said proceedings are to he published in the issue following the adjournment of the Board. The term of contract to be two years from ana including September, 1922. The successful bidder shall furnish bond in the sum of $200.00. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids, A. A. KERGOSIEN, Clerk. August 12th, 1922. •& J .. | Have you got One? | X |f you have a bank account and are REGULARLY adding to j T your balance, we congratulate you and say “keep it up " T T If you have no bank account, we urge you to' come in and open X one. The satisfied, confident feeling it will give you to know you £ T are getting ahead, will strengthen your determination to make your X balance grow. 4* Come in today. ' X V We will welcome you. I The Merchants Bank \ | AND TRUST COMPANY | fGEO. R. REA. CASHIER. * NOTICE or INTENTION TO ISSI K BONUS. Sellers Consolidated Line School. State of Mississippi, i Tte ,, o°S}“Se L..H iC.n-i^ S^U h Kto2l*S2Sh?t* i."L fr ♦io.OWMJ or so much thereof as might be necessarj for the purpose of building a school house in said district, Sellers id e School, was presented to the Board of . per visors and by the Board carefully ■ ing considered, after going over said pe tition carefully, the Board doth hud that said petition doth contain a majority of the qualified electors of said district, and there having been tiled with this Board the cei tificate of the Superintendents of Hancock and Harrison counties, together with the Trustees of the said Consolidated School District, lu the territory of said district, being partly In Hancock and partly tu Harrison counties, certifying to this Board as well as to the Board of Harrison coun ty, the proportionate amount of the bond issue to be borne by each county, based on the proportionate amount of property m each county, within said school district, which assessable property for Hancock countv is $162,-'OO. and for Harrison coun ty is $155,774. making the amount of bond to be borne by Hancock county _if fun amount of said bond is issued, s<>. 101.00, and in Harrison county, if full amount of said bond is issued, $4,899.00. The Board of Supervisors of Hancock countv now declare its intention to issue said bonds in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00 for the said school district, for building a school house in said district and for equipping same, the proportion ate amount of said issuance if said bonds are issued in full, being for Hancock coun ty $5,101.00. and for Harrison county In the amount of $4,899.00; the county of Han cock issuing its proportiouate’amount. Be it further resolved that an election be ordered held in said School District on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1922. to ascertain whether said bonds should be issued; said election to be held at the teachers' home, in said district, the school house in. said district having burned, and there being no sohoothonse in said district at present, and the trustees of said school having designated said teachers' home as the place f>r holding said election Be it further ordered that the county Fords oiv THE UN IV TO Buy Your Fordson NOW At this amazingly low price you can’t afford to wait another day for your Fordson Tractor. There is no tractor made that can approach the money value of the Fordson. Nor is there a Tractor made that can do more work for you. Remember, the very day your Fordson arrives, it is ready for any one of the 101 jobs it ran do— either as a tractor or a stationary power plant. The Fordson has proved to the 170,000 owners that it has not only cut the cost of field work 30% to 50$ but that it has made substantial savings on every job to which it is put Fordson figures are interesting-money-savers, labor-saving, drudgery-saving facts you ought to know. Come in, phone or write today. EDWARD BROTHERS, Authorized Ford Dealers, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. election commissioners be sent a copy of this order so that said election be held in the manner provided for by law. A true copy proceeding Board of Super visors proceed i ngs August, 1922. A. A. KEKGOSIEN. Clerk of Board. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. One artesian water well to flow not less one hundred and lifty gallons of water per minute and t > be not less than six him dred feet deep and said well to be four indies in diameter, Said well to be placed on property lies Ignated by the Board of Mayor and Alder men in the First Ward, between William Sick property and the ,lohn S. Adam prop erty, on property owned by Henry Hour geois. Tile successful bidder to furnish all material, including cut-off valves and pipe between valve and well. Also a separate bid to be given for the laying and connecting of the pipe on Dun bar avenue of 950 feet, on Julia street 1150 feet. Leonard avenue 1700 feet. B street '25 feet, Boardman avenue 500 feet. Carroll avenue 1000 feet; all pipe to be laid at least 24 inches deep and must be connected to the well or wells. The size of tin* pipe to be used as street mains, not to be les than two or more than six inches. All pipe and fittings to be sup plied by bidder giving the kind of pipe in the bids. The above said items or work and ma terial may be Did for jointly or contained in one bid, excepting as to the well.. That is the laying of the pipe and the supply ing of the pipe may be bid for separately or all in one bid. The Board of Mayor mid Aldermen will receive sealed bids up to and including Saturday. September 2nd, 1922. at 2:00 o'clock p. in., for the above work and nta terial. Bay St. Louis. Miss., Aug. 7 1922 SYLVAN J. LADNER, Secretary. CHANCERS SIMMON 5—2553. Tin: STATE OK Mississippi. To Vicky Taqnino and George .7. Taquino: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Han cock, in sold State, on the fourth Monday iff October, A. D. 1922, to defend the suit in said Court of S. C. Parkin, et als.. wherein you are a defendant. This sth dav of August. A. D. 1922. (SEAL) ‘ A. A. KERGOSIEN. Clerk.