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THE SEA COAST ECHO.
JCALENDAR Of COMING EVENTS. Tuesday Night—December 19- Feature screen production at A. & *G. Theatre. “A Fool There Was,” with Estelle Taylor. , & m Tuesday Night—December 19, Basketball game at S. S. CL Gym. Annual meet of S. S. C. and Baylor University. At 8 o’clock. Adn is sion, 50 cents. ® Wednesday Afternoon — December 20 Christmas tree entertainment for punils of College School, conducted by Bro. Louis. Public invited. At 2 :30 o’clock sharp. Sunday Night—December 24. Solemn Christmas high mass at Church of Our Lady of the Gulf, Special program. 6r *7 S Thursday Afternoon —December 21. Community Christmas tree enter tainment at Central School, and under auspices Parent-Teachers As sociation. free. & *3 & Sunday Evening—December 24. Christmas tree and supper to'chil dren of Christ Episcopal Church par ish, by Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wisner, at Wisner home. 5 o’clock P. M. & W S Saturday Night—December 30. Christmas ball at the Bay-Wave land Club, at club house. Members free. Ladies, 50 cents; gentlemen guests (out-of-town), SI.OO, plus war tax. CITY ECHOES. —Basket ball Tuesday night, S. S. C, vs. Baylor University. —Beautiful line of Sterling Silver ware and Cutlery. Bay Jewelry. Store. —This Christmas your photograph —the only gift that you can make. And now is the time for an appoint ment. The BAY STUDIO, Front street. —Attorney Carl Marshall has been spending the week at Birmingham, Ala., and Tupelo, Miss., in the inter est of professional business. —Give her a beautiful Kodak for Christmas. Bay Jewelry Store. —Mr. L. Franz returned home Thursday night from a business trip to New Orleans and a brief visit to lelatives. —Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Genin re turned home Wednesday evening from New Orleans, where they spent the day in pre-holiday pasttimes. —Congoleum Rugs, all sizes, by the yard, 6 ft. and 9 ft. wide. THE BAY MERCANTILE CO. —Mr. S. L. Toquct, professional timber estimator and one of the best known in this section, left during the week on a business trip to Birming ham, Ala., and Little Rock, Ark. —Misses Evelyn Reddict and Lu cille Bunch were the attractive guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wye in their home on Waveland Beach front for Thanksgiving holidays. •—Graphonolas and pianos on easy terms. Complete your home with music. Bay Jewelry Store. —Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Waller are preparing for a trip to Silver Creek, Miss., where they will spend the Christmas holidays with the former’s relatives and at his old home. —Boys’ and Men’s Suits. The Bay Mercantile Cos. —Attention is called to the adver tisement of G. Maurigi, dealer in fruit, vegetables, poultry, turkeys, etc. He has put in an unusual large and varied stock for the holidays and invites the public to call around. —-You can get the gifts that last.. A beautiful line of jewelry. Bay Jewelry Store. —Buy your Red Star Detroit Vapor Stove now; there is going to be an advance soon. We have just closed a contract for $1,000.00, to be deliv ered before Ist of March. However, we cannot hold them at this month’s prices when advance comes. THE BAY MERCANTILE .CO. —Mr. and Mrs. JC. S. Spies* and son and daughter came out from New Orleans last evening to spend the week-end with Bay St. Louis friends at their summer home on Hie Wave land beach front. —Dr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Evans and the baby will leave within the next few days for Dresden, Tenn., where they will spend the holidays with Mrs. Evans’ parents. —Capt. Abner Howze, of the Pea*'i ington-Chef ferry line, was a busi ness visitor to Bay St?. Louis during the early part of the week. He re ports business active, many tourists are now traveling and find the service advantageous. —For Christmas Gifts, the worth while kind, go to The Bay Mercantile Cos. ' . , , • —No one will want to miss the big basket ball game next Tuesday night at the College Auditorium, when S. S. C. varsity team will play Baylor Uni versity, of Waco, TexaSf^The game between the two teams is an annuab event. —Refrigerator*. Refrigerators, Re frigerators, just received, $20.00 to $45.00. THE BAY MERCANTILE CO. —There will be a benefit card par ty at the Bay-Waveland Yacht Club on Tuesdav, December 26th, at 2 o’clock, for the Episcopal chuixh parish house building fund. Coffee and sandwiches will be sold. —After spending three weeks at their delightful seaside home on the Waveland front, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. J. Ritayik left Monday morning for their home in New Orleans, to spend the holidays and expecting to return for another visit during the latter part of January. „ —We sell on easy terms. Bay Jewelry Store. —Mr. and Mrr. H. S. Saucier have moved their domicile from Main street to the dwelling in Union street, better knowm as the Dr. R. J. Turner home, where they are at home to their friends. Mr. Saucier recently sold his home in Main street, intend ing latfcr to build something more suitable. —Pearl Handle Pocket Knives, 75c to $3.00. The Bay Mercantile Cos, —There was quite a delegation from Bay St. Louis to Pass Christian last Sunday on the occasion of the K. C. initiation. It was a large class. The address by Bishop Gunn was a notabTfe event of the day. Tfie candi dates from Bay St. Louis and who were received into the order were Rev. Jas. P. Joseph Philip Adam and Anthony Chetta. I COME IN NOW AND JOIN OUR NEW I cuiMi i 8 D HAVE' MONEY NEXT CHRISTMAS | :56 - - ’ft v. _ wV H • MONEY EARNERS: ' 1 SC /fvKlO) §\ V”l r ■ Sure, you afe going to need money next Christ- \ (f\ |Am % 1 SIU mas—but will you have it? >. % 56 di tr —J You wnen you come in and JOIN OUR ft 156 (( ClVj\ r iyl CHRIa'IMAS Ci-Üb, which gives you a SYSTEM- df ' (( 3?)) ft I A TIC FLAN for depositing money regularly. ft || ——* 1 "FROM I HLIR 'fcAKNINGS, men and women Will YOU ill Vflll St3Yt yOU I are * n a position to ueposit $2, $3, $5, $lO, S2O, g| | . vg |H * J 1 I or more, to.cn weeit without inconvenience to li x ■ v , T *s themselves. n jar"*^** I*** 1 *** - *L#* Jt ll S; M• v* I To'hAVE MONEY tbr NEXT CHRISTMAS, or || /iimifil'rag’l C 1 Ml Cfe 1 *1 ■ an y other purpose, join our Christmas Club. JOIN |1 i I I ri, fin I AY ' BUSINESSMEN In TfO 1 -H3 Business men are urged to encourage their em- , I 55 W 3 ployees to join our Christmas Club and to explain them that it is a weekly method for banking A \ 5^ 56 / o' mone y* Thrifty employees are the most valuable S& to their business. 56 x JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB TODAY. 56 You can start with Ic, 2c, sc, 10c and increase your deposit the same amount each week, or you can start with 25c, 50c, SI.OO, $2.00, $5.00, SIO.OO, $20.00, or ■j&i more and put in the same amount each week. 0 r.; V-V 1 What the different clubs amount to in 50 weeks | OrA sst f 5^ ___ 'ft fig ———~— 25c CLUB PAYS $12.50 1 cent CLUB PAYS sl2 - 75 DECREASING CLUBS 50<: CLUB PAYS $25 I 2 Cent CLUB PAYS $25.50 slo ° CLUB PAYS ss ° I ft . $2.00 CLUB PAYS SIOO ft You Begin with the largest deposit and £ _ nHR pays I $ Cent CLUB PAYS $63 7 DECREASE your deposits each week. I I 5 * 4)10.00 CLUB PAYS SSOO I 110 Ce nt CLUB PAVS $127.50 A VERY POPULAR PLAN, $20.00 CLUB PAYS s[,ooo | | . i 0 -.V , „ ‘ ' W V | COHE IN AND QET A PASS BOOK AND JOIN THE CLUB - | 1 . EVERYBODY WELCOME , I v V ' V I 'ft I Merchants Bank & Turst Company I | Bav Saint Louis, Mississippi | —E. E. Lucas, well known local real estate agent, has leased an office in the Gex Bldg., Main street, where he will make his headquarters in fu ture. " He has been quite successful and the year 1923 gives promising in dications.of more success. A realty specialist of the Lucas type is an asset in the community, and it is welcome news to learn of his intention to con tinue in the profession, —Suit Cases, $1:25 to $7.50. Th e> Bay Mercantile Cos. --Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Muller came ; out from New Orleans a few since with a view of purchasing a summer home, and investigated a number of real estate propositions, and were favorably impressed. Dr, fcduiier owns a oeautiful home in Au dubon Park, a frequent visitor to California, but is so impressed with the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast he intends the purchasing of a country home in Bay St. Louis. An j elegant gentleman, with his charming j and accomplished wife, they will be welcome acquisitions to Bay St. Louis. —Ladies’ and Men’s Fine Hosiery, SI.OO to $2.50 per pair. The Bay Mercantile Co* * | —Success crowned the efforts of the ladies having charge of the en-; tertainment given Thursday night at College Hall, by the pupils of St. Joseph’s Academy, benefit debt fund of that institution. The program gave evidence of much talent and the different numbers were entertaining from beginning to end. The sum of $225 was realized. The ladies in charge are certainly to be congratu lated on their success. —Beaoon Dress Shoes and Stetson Hats at less than New Orleans prices. The Bay Mercantile Cos. —C. W. Robinson, well known traveling representative and staff writer of the New Orleans Times- Picayune, spent Thursday in Bay St. Louis, guest of the publisher of The Echo. Mr. Robinson-is vitally inter ested in the project of sie auto road way from New Orleans to the Gulf Coast, He the people bf Biloxi and Ocean Springs will build the-auto bridge -over oack bay entrance, and wiji be aided by the government to the extent of 50 per cent of the total cost. * % * —G. Maurigi, whose place of bus iness is in Main street, w'est of the courthouse, has issued a wall pocket calendar that is of unusual beauty, and stamps him as a business man of enterprise and whose faith is pinned to the ultimate results of advertis ing. The calendar is very artistic, and although the supply is very lim ited, an early call will guarantee the success of your quest. Mr. Maurigi is to be congratulated on his selection of so beautiful a calendar and on his enterprise. He has made quite a suc cess in his business and for the com ing year intends to expand his gen eral merchandise stock. for the whole family, high tops and low, in straps and Oxfords, just received, the guaranteed kind. The Bay Mercantile Cos, —The Echo has received from the dwelling place of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter L. Gleason, on the beach front, sample of lemons of the ponderosa i type, one of the specimen measuring 19 inches in circumference and weighing several pounds. Mr. Glea son has had quite a success, and not only in this but in many other varie ties of fruit, vegetables and garden plants, demonstrating the results to be had from the Gulf Coast soil and climate, rivaling that in many in stances of the Pacific Coast. —Friends and the public in gen eral are invited to the Christmas en tertainment to be given at Bro. Louis’ college school (opposite Engman’s store) on next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. There will be a brief program and the distribution of toys for the smaller children and gifts for the older ones, including the giving of Christmas goodies, will follow. You are Invited to be present and help make the children, happy. No fees. —Ever on the alert for the enter tainment of its ipembers* the House Committee of the Bay-Waveland Club already is arranging for a “stag bridge party,” to be given immedi ately after the holidays, and from ex pressions of those in charge the af fair is going to be quite enjoyable. It is the intention of the manage tnent of the club to make its exist ence of pleasure and interest to the members and the community in gen eral, and how well it has already suc ceeded in doing this goes without saying. r-~ HEADQUARTERS j PLAYER ROLLS, SHEET MUSIC, PHONOGHAPII RECORDS, . PICTURE FRAMES, KODAKS AND FILMS. THE BAY STUDIO P. O. BOX 392. FRONT ST. BAY ST. LtfUIS, MISS. \ -.-. w rr "NEW CITRUS DISEASE FOUND. The recent discovery in South Mis sissippi of scaly bark, a disease of citrus trees, has just been repoi*ted by the State Plant Board, A. & M. College. This disease occurs in Cali- I fornia and Florida, where it is regard ed as a serious trouble, but has never ❖ -f | BUY CHRISTMAS FOODSTUFFS FROM |l G. MAURIGI,) t Main Street, Next to Courthouse. t j T U R K E Y S, ! | POULTRY, EGGS, FRUIT, VEGETABLES, ETC. ::j :: Full Supply of ::j v CELERY, CRANBERRIES, OLIVES AND OTHER || | ESSENTIALS FOR THE HOLIDAY TABLE. 11 J - h Will Pay You To Trade Here. . . * j -j t G. MAURIGI - - --- - BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. $ % f , ***l**^***’**l*^*^ 9 . r.' \ before been found in Mississippi. On round oranges it has caused considerable injury, but does little or no damage to satcuma, grapefruit and kumquats. For this reason, it is not likely to affect the citrus industry in Mississippi very much, as the kinds named are practically the only citrus fruits grown in quantities in the State. ' The Infection in Mississippi has been fokind only in fe limited area thus far, and the PLmt Board is tak ing the necessary precautions to pre vent its spread to other sections of the citrus-growing district, EDWARDS BROS. FORD BATTERIES Are Better For Ford Cars. BRING YOUR BATTERY TROUBLES TO US. WOMAN MACCABEES ELECT OFFICERS. Bay St. Louis Review No. 10 of the Woman’s Benevolent Association of the Maccabees, elected the following officers for the year 1923: Cpm., Kate Conners; Past Com., Catherine Blaize; L. C., L. Engman; Sgt.,' C. ißothe; Chap., F. Landry; Sgt., C. Bothe; Chap., F. Landry; L. A., M. Selzeneau; R. K., M. Eng mati; Col., Lt Hobbs; Sen., I. Favre; Picket, C. Higgins. The newly-elected officer's were en tertained at a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Landry. —Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Parttridge and children will shortly leave for a visit to Memphis, Tenn., where they will spend the holidays with friends. The trip will be made by motor, using the family sedan, covering a distance of over 300 mile#. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lacoste and family will also enjoy a motor trip for the holidays. They will spend the. New Year holidays with friends at Hattiesburg, Miss. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. In the Matter of the Validation of $58,000.00 of Water Works Bonds for the City of Bay St. Louis, Miss. To the Taxpayers of the City of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi: NOTICE. You are hereby notified that the matter of the validation of $58,- 000.00 of Water Works Bonds for the City of Bay St. Louis will come on for hearing before the Chancellor at Bay St. Louis, Miss., at the County Court_House, on the 28th day of De cember, 1922, at 10 o’clock A. M., on or before which time objections, if any, must be filed. A. A. KERGDSIEN, Chancery Clerk. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Us£ For Over 30 Years CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE To THE PUBLIC. ~ I wish to announce through this medium that I will be away from my dental offices in the Hancock County Bank Bldg, from Wednesday, Decem ber 20th, to Wednesday, January 3, 1923. Patrons and the public in gen eral will please take notice and gov ern themselves accordingly. DR. JAMES A. EVANS. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I am trying to raise funds to send a stranded actress and her boy to Los Angeles, Cal., where she is assured a home and picture work. It is a des perate and deserving case. Will you lend a helping hand? It will be great ly appreciated. MRS. BERNARD SHIELDS, Waveland. REMOVAL NOTICE, E. E. Lucas has removed his real estate office to the Gex Building, on Main street. Office hours, Bto 10 a. m. He takes this occasion to extend the new sea.son’s greetings to his friends nad patrons, with assurances that J 1923 will be devoted to Bay St. Louis’ growth and development. forsale: Ford truck, open body; 5-passenger car, just overhauled and painted; young mule, two horses, one wag on, harness, one tractor, one milk cow, ten springers, one cypress skiff, one 3-br.rner oil cook stove. For Rent —One 80-acre farm and one 10-acre farm. Address W. H. Wolbrecht, Bay St. Louis, Miss. FOR SALE. ' Jersey cow. Cheap. Telephone 279.’ J. G. Scafidi. FOUND, One bird dog. J. G. Scafidi. Tele-' phone 279. DR. J. H. SPENCE^ Dentist, Gex Bldg. Phone 138. Hours 10 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. Mondays, Wednesday* and Fridays. AH Work Guaranteed.