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PASCAttOULA, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 NUMBER 46.. nftnvU'nm t n lunnw GREAT COUNTER ATTACK Quantities of Quits Captured by Americans. Pari. July 18. More than 20 villages have been recaptured by the French and American troops in the offensive begun this morning, accord nr to i.ne war uiuce auiiuum.cmiv w night, which reports tlso the occupa tion of the plateau dominating Solssons on the southwest. At noon on Monday when the Ger mans were bringing forward reserve divisions in the neighborhood of the Moronviller range of hills, the French gunners got their exact range with telling effect. When the smoke clear wl twfaat haana nf (lend And WOUnded I men and horses were plainly visible on the slopes of the hills. Some of the assaulting divisions were so badly battered that they had to be withdrawn while the fight was still in nrneress. Although the Germans gathered about fifty of their best dlv lslons on the battle front not all have been engaged and they still possess sufficient strength to make another effort here or elsewhere. The French are on the western out' skirts of Chouv and Neullly-St. Front . l. ,n nulaon ujnnil thp sua iruiu nivi . w . v. .... v. ,. . average depth of the advance is about three miles. Bast of Rheims the allies have cap tured Prunay. The French have lost some ground, but are still within effective range of the German bridges across the river, though it is possible they may have lost direct observation. Further to the east the allies have regained ground in a good many sectors, es peclally in the sector west of Massiges YANKS TAKE 4,000 MEN. Prisoners, Gun and Materials Taken In Drive. London, July 18. French troops have gained the ravine at the river Crise running Into Solssons on a five mile front down to the east of Buzancy, which means a maximum ad vance at this point of five miles, ac cording to news received in London Vt to 1 o'clock this afternoon French troops had captured the heights over looking Fontenoy on the extreme left and had progressed to Mont De Paris, within a mile of the city of Solssons. An American division co-operating with the French troops In their counter attack have captured the town of Vlrry, about six miles south of Sois sons, and have advanced three miles beyond the town, the advices add. South of Vierzy on the heights north of the river Ourcq valley, the Germans hastily counter attacked and the sit uation at that point still Is obscure. W.S.S. CITY BEAUTIFUL. By Martin Turnbull.) Mordern homes are an ornament to boast about. Now that everything Is occupied but ice cream freezers, build a bungalow. Have you observed the smile on the face of the realestate man as he makes a new trade? Every man, woman and child of this community Is worth his or hef weight in gold. Anyhow that's the way to view it. Persons desiring to locate in Pasca goula are respectfully advised to "blow" in a house. Preferential war stocks Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps. Better for the public than Bethlehem, Mexican Petroleum and Baldwin. Keep on buying. Employees of the local companies pledge their loyalty and best work to the flag, May Old Glory wave over the seas forever. France von supremacy on the flag poles Sunday. It was a notable falling of the Bastile commemorating inde pendence for a great nation. Scat! the kaiser is about to take a tumble. A marvelous bug bear the profit scheming person. Raise and lower the flag according to Hoyle sunrise and sunset, It Is indlference to do otherwise tliait pf scribed by national rpgulatlons. French hearts beat with emotion Sunday last when the "Marseillaise" resounded throughout America. Vive la republique! By the way, Christopher Columbus shadow strutted through the port like a charge' d' affaires or generalissimo Sunday. "Hold fast all J give you" air fresh from the sea; labor remunerative and pleasant at the shipyards; independ ence supreme on land and sea. Who am I? Uncle Sam, defender of liberty. Let's have a big patriotic meeting to discus waste incineration. "If you aint got no jot,-' mUy then, do you not tell Uncle Sam's labor agent about your troubles. The police- BIO DAY FOR K. of C. Pascagoula Council No. 1605 Host of Coast Knights and Initiates Large Class. On last Sunday Paascagoula Council No. 1605, Knights of Columbus were hosts of a large number of visiting Knights from Mobile, Gulfport, Biloxi, Pass Christian and other coast cities, and from several southern states, who came to attend the initiation of fifty candidates in the Knights of Columbus order. They were accompained from Pass Christian by Rt. Rev. Bishop J, E. Gunn, who delivered a very beauti ful address to the large audience that attended mass at Our Lady of Victories church, where an excellent musical CHECKED DRIVE SHOW8 VALUE AMERICAN COOPERATION French Commissioner Says Failure of Offensive in Its Initial Drive is Characteristic of New Phase of War. Washington, July 17. The Initial failure of the new German offensive so carefully and formidably prepared, is characteristic of a new phase of the war, said M. Edouard De Billy, deputy French high commissioner to the United States, in discussing today the results of the first two days of fight ing east and wjjst nf Rheims. The success of the Franco-Ainerican co-operation, Mr. De Billy said already SELECTMEN LEAVE FOR CAMPS Thirty-Six Whites Sjnd Twenty-Six Negroes Called from Jackson County During Past Week. has been demonstrated and he added program was rendered during the serv-i that the Allies can wait for the future ices. A sumptuous luncheon was serv-1 witn the same confidence shown by ed by the Pascagoula Knights to the j the population of Paris under the long guests, and following that the -initja- - raBg), gHn bombardment, tory ceremonies took place at the K, of j "The result wf flu first two days' C. Hall under the direction of a degree fighting is, on half of &W fFH', de- team from Mobile. On the arrival of the coast train Sunday morning the visitors were met by the K. of C. Council No. 1605, the Scranton Fire Co. brass band, and a number of the Junior Red Cross Aux iliary, when a parade was formed which marched through ()) principal streets of the city, stopping en rouU I before the custom house, where the flag of France was raised in celebra tion of Bastile Pay, to play the "Mar seillaise," then proceeded to Our Lady of Victories church to intend mass. W.S.S. FROM CAMP JACKSON. To the Chronicle: If you will permit mc I will give j ritory cidedly In our favor," said Mr. De Billy. "Over the rest of the front, the enemy succeeded in gaining at most four miles at the price of heavy losses. "Everybody feels that the first phase of the German offensive is a failure, and this may mean within a few days the failure of the whole offensive. "for two months Germany has used all possible luvas in her power to re place her losses in men and to raise the offensive power of her army: "Reinforcements taken from the Ger man troops of occupation in Russia. "Use of Russian" to replace German workers. "Use of Austrian troops for second ary tasks at the rear or on Belgian ter you a short sketch of my army life since being called to the colors April 1st. Was ordered to report to Camp Pike April 2d. En route saw much pretty country and many pretty places. "Suppression of ill! the -itttlays grant ed to drafted men. "Drafting of part of the class 1920. "By these efforts we can appraise the results that Germany is seeking, Spent two months and a week at Camp I and the importance of an offensive that Pike, Ark., when orders came to trans-' cannot be indefinitely repeated; Ger fer about four hundred of us 14) ('amp i many's human supply is not inexhaust- Jackson, S. C. The trip to the latter ubio. place embraced about fifty hours ride "With an adversary fetf wb,ose on special train. We had plenty to : strength seems to have reached its eat. Also had a doctor along in case j utter limit, the French army of 1918, any of us got sick. We laid over in i in spite of the strain of former battles, Memphis, Tenn., for 45 minutes and j in spite of an extension of the French the ladies there treated each of the. front of nearly 100 kilometres has boys to an Ice cream cone. At Athens, j never been materially and. morally Ga., the Red Cross girls were looking stronger. for us for two hours before we got "American assistance, growing every there and met the train with plenty : day, has given us, if possible, still of ice tea. Each boy was asked to put j greater confidence In the final victory, out his cup and, believe me, we had On the Fourteenth of July, the Ameri can people expressed their brotherly love for France. On the fifteenth the soldiers of the United States fighting with the French have sealed this pact a good time. At another small town the girls came to the train with cake and buttermilk and we sure did feast. At ('amp Jackson we have a large number of men. 14 V, M, ('. A. build- , with their blood. ings and a library in each, also pic-! "The first days of the battle have ture shows. We have had a few sand i shown the success of the Franco-Anier-storms up here, which is something ican co-operation which was started we don't have in old Mississippi. We j last year by the secretary of war In have several head of horses and mules, 1 Washington and in the training camps artillery, etc., also aeroplanes and oh- of America. It has found its noblest servation baloons. The Red Cross expression on the battlefield where an nurses go by our barracks every even- j American division lost seven of the Ing. i ten French officers who fought with I won't take up too mwh space in it. Each of them gave happily his life your paper this time. We realize we tq fulfill the mission which they had are going across soon and ask the i been trusted by tie American govern- good wishes of our friends. Letters ' ment and staff Thirty-six young men Included in the last call from Jackson county left Tuesday afternoon for camp Shelby. This is the largest number so far call ed at one time from this county for military service. Following are the names and addresses of the selectmen : Raymond Garlotte, Ocean Springs; Clarence A. Forbes, Pascagoula; .lames Irving Martin, Gautier; Eugene Ernest Trahern, Pascagoula; David Medlll Entrekin, Ocean Springs; Vin cent Alphonse Torres, Moss Point; Duval Leonard Dunnavant, Pecan; John Stunt it, Moss Point; Early Mc Bride Carter, Moss Point; Anthony Sparenburg, Pascagoula ; Alexander Nadeau, Moss Point; Abner Walker Flurry, Vestry; Fred Savage, Pasca goula; Sauiuel ffUftH figstej, Wade; Freddie Davis, Ocean Springs John Wesley Golf, Wade; Patrick Corbett, Hurd; Fred H, Goff, Big Point; Joseph Summedlnger, Pascagoula; Lauchlln Mclnnis, Moss Point; Elmer Ladnler, Gautier; Jeston Cates, Vancleave; Joe Sparenburg, Paascagoula; Carl Carson, Ocean Springs; Byron W. Rouse, Vancleave; Lyman Randall Grlerson. Moss Point; Fitz Elmer Mc Eweu, Uceau cipciugs, Lyman N. Uytf, Big Point; Thurman Thomas Justice, Pascagoula; John R C. Shoemaker, Vancleave; Douglas Olena Davis, Van cleave; Willie Cates, Dead Lake; Jesse Janjes Hine. Moss Point; Jos. Benjamin puyis, fjcean springs: Clause Reese Culpepper. Moss Point; Robert Florentine, Vancleave. Op Thursday the following negroes. twenty.Bix in Dumber Ifcfl fi.r OMBP Funston, Kansas; Luther Hollaway, Moss Point; Judge White, Gautier; James Brnest Brazley, Pascagoula; Katie Jorden, Dantzler; Melvin Evans, Escatawpa ; Joseph Moffett, Escatawpa; Milton Jackson, Gautier; Edward Burney, Vancleave; Elbert (Bud) Evans. Pascagoula: Henry Bilbo, tlautier; Mlljalt Nelson, Moss Point; Louis Bang, Vancleave; Harry Bartee, Moss Point; Chas. Shavers, Moss Point; Mose Lyman, Moss Point; Joseph Henry, Pasca goula: Chas. Eugene Downing, Pas cagoula; Isiah Lewis, Ocean Springs; Stewart Smith, Ocean Springs; Law rence Martin, Gautier; George Mc Cray, Moss Point; Albert Thompson, Moss Point; Nathaniel Carter, Pas cagoula; Ellin Glldersleeve, Pasca goula; Mulgogyn Collard, Moss Point. W.S.S. 1 PRAISE FOR HENRY PIAGGIO. TRAIN WILL BE RUN ON COAST BY L. & N. Accommodation for Shipworkers Plan ned by Road. MOSS POINT 4. On Saturday afternoon the ladies will sell ice cream on the lawn of the Passo Hotel for the benefit of the Red Cross. Everyone is urged to patron ize this benefit. Twenty-five members of the B. Y. P. U. enjoyed a social meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bounds on Tuesday evening. Progressive rook, As soon as the necccssary equip ment is obtainable, it is understood, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad will put on a train between Biloxi and Pascagoula, Miss., to accommodate the shipyard workers at the latter place who reside in Biloxi. An engineer from the Emergency Fleet Corporation, it ' niusic and Ice cream served later in is learned, was recently sent to Pas- f (he evening made up the evening's cagoula to investigate the housing sit-; entertainment, uation and, on learning that qecanjo There will be no preaching service of lack of (iiTQmuiQdations at "The ' at the Presbyterian church Sunday, as Pass" a large number of workers re-1 Dr. Watt wll be away in Hattiesburg side at Biloxi. The engineer, it was j over Sunday. stated, so reported and the Emergen-1 Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Borden and Miss cy Fleet Corporation took up the mat- Bessie Byron Borden motored to Mo ter with the railroad administration, bile Tuesdav - -w, REAL ESTATE TRANFER8. Recorded in Chancery Clerk's Offllca for Week Ending July 12th. Mobile Register. 4Ufsss HOME BUILDINS ASSOCIATION EFFECTS ORGANIZATION. Mrs. O. O. Harris and Mrs. Effie Booth of Hammond, en route to Laurel, stopped off here for a few days' visit to Mrs. E. H. Smith. Mr. Alex Mclnnis of Chicora, and Mrs. John Mclnnis of Leaksville were recent guests of their mother, Mrs. A meeting of the stockholders of the Pascagoula Home j Building As sociation was held at the courthouse I nacne, Mclnnis. wTjunesuay nigni ana permanent org anization effected. A board of di rectors, consisting of seven members, was elected as follows: F. fl. Lwis. V. P. DeJean,. P, H, Jlodrlgue, E. J. Ford, T. G. Hibbler, V. Ros and C G. Scott. The directors have elected the following officers: K. J. Ford, pres ident; V. P. DeJean, vice-president; V. Ros, secertary, and P. H. Rodrigue, treasurer, The preset directors, aud tthc(jrs will serve until the first Mon day in October, which the stockholders fixed as the date of the annual election of officers. CopiniittetiB were appoint ed to draft by-laws fur the government of the association and another com mittee appointed to sell the remain ing portion of the $30,000 authorized capital stock. The secretary was di rected to collect on specified dates the I uu.u alleau). uu- and Tony T(m.ea o( New 0rleans were scribed, so that all stock will be fully retieilt gue8t8 of their motheri Mrg paid by the date of Hit, annum meet-1 Torres lug of Stockholders In October. j Mr8 j D Lowe waa a Tuesday vis. It Is expected that sufficient money j jtor t0 Mobile will be in hand within a few days to Mra m Danlels and M)s8 Ruth begin building several houses. nieXs o( Howison are viaitlng rel. The need of houses is a crying ne- atjVes here cessity in Pascagoula. Such houses j Mr Jim 'isher fl after a pay a handsome dividend on the in-1 8nort atay h-re ,lave moved t0 Enter. vestment and it is urged that every j prlae citizen who can afford 1 do so will , Mr8 Fannie CudabaCi who has been become a stockholder In the building ! v,8ing , 0cean Spring8 na8 return. association. Besides a patriotic con- j ed nome she accompamed by tribution to the upbuilding Of the city Mr8. R D. Cudabac and little son. Among the boys from Jackson Co. who left Tuesday for Camp Shelby were Lon Mclnnis, Vincent Torres and Pete Nadeau. Dan Mclnnis, who en listed from Clark county after a short visit to his mother here, left Saturday for Camp Shelby. Mrs. Frank Spann is visiting her mother in Camden, 8- C, Bgu Crew spent several days here with bis sister, Mrs. Hassell before re turning to Camp Wheeler. Lieutenant Will Sullivan has return ed to San Antonio, Texas, after a short visit to his sister, Mrs. Julian Stewart here. Mrs. D. O. Byers left Monday for her home in Norwood, La. She was ac compained as far as Handsboro by her sister, Miss Annie Watkins. Mrs. Joe Jacobs and little daughter from the home folks will certainly be appreciated when we get on the other side. Hoping for a safe return, JAMES B. MALLEY. 6th. Tr. Bn. F. A. R. D., Camp Jackson, S. C. W.S.S, THE BELA1R. Have we builded any better than we built the Number One Can she sail a wee knot faster, can she tote an extra ton? Are her lines a little finer, is she stronger any way; Will her fame be any brighter in the part she has to play? "With such troops, inspired by such a spirit of comradship and sacrifice we can wait for the future with the confidence shown under the bombard ment by the population of Paris." W.S.S. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Whereas it has pleased 'the All Wise Father to remove from the home of her liusband and family the wife of our worthy brother, A. E. Steiner; therefore be it Resolved by Pascagoula Lodge No. 45 I. O. O. F. that the sincere sympathy of each and every member is hereby extended to our bereaved brother and his little children in the great afflic tion that has been visited upon them Captaty Favre quite plainly told us ! That whjie mourning with them we they were watching us In France; That their lives depended on us, noth ing must be left to chance; realize the futility of human consola tion and reverently direct them to the Heavenly Father, who alone can com- That the battle lines were longer than fort the afflicted and distressed they were two years ago. Resolved, further. That a copy of And though distant from the trenches, ; these resolutions be spread upon the we were grappling with the foe. j minutes of the lodge, copies furnish- Everytimo a spike was driven, ip ed the local press for publication and some coffin went a nail, CP' sent to our beloved brother. And a stitch in shrqud was taken , with the bending of each sail. Twas the Kaiser's shroud and coffin we were striving to complete , And for him with Satan's angels we bespoke a good front seat. REV. JOHN CHIPMAN. REV. W. G. FORSYTH. UV. P. K. 8EIDLER. OMMBttta W.S.S. LAUNCH AT PUBLIC AUCTION. his country leans on him. Though he may not bleed in battle, he can highest Donors win. Let him pause not In his striving man can't help, besides nine times ' Save the boys who left the plow. out of ten he will charge you with ! Give us ships, and give us more ships, vagrancy. , and for their sakes Give Them Now! W.S.S. R. E. ROSENBERG Kit. nenor Mncent Ros and family have W.S.S. The local Red Cross Chapter has been donated the pleasure launch "Tibbs" which will be sold at public auction at Farnsworth's wharf, August 1st at 4 p. 111. This launch is 45 ft. long. It con tains Anderson medium duty 4 cylinder, 4 cycle 24 horse l'ainer engine in good order. Boat ran tie in- May each worker how'er humble know Spected at Poitevln Bros.' wharf. W.S.S. Pass Christian Passes Resolutions Paying Tribute to Builder. Gulfport, Miss., July 17. The cit izens of Pass Christian through their mayor and aldermen have passed reso lutions paying tribute to Henry Piaggio, president of the International Ship building Company. Mr. Piaggio was first attracted to Gulfport where he is building a $60, 000 residence on the beach; later he purchased an entire office building which formerly bad been the quarters of the Bank of Commerce and State Bank. He then located a $250,000 wood and steel shipbuilding plant at Pascagoula which, when in full oper ation, will be next lo the Hog Island project, the largest in the United States. At Pass Christian he established what is said to be the finest golf and yacht club on the coast and a nearby farm which consists of 1250 (teres of lain stocked with line cadle, and cultivation of laud there is being done on the intensive plan. W.8.8. FAINT RAY HOPE YOUNG ROOSE VELT IS STILL LIVING. New York, July IT. A ray of hope that Lieutenant Hoosevelt may not have fallen to bis death in a combat with a squadron of German airplanes was brought to Colonel Roosevelt and his wife tonight In I cable message sejit from Paris by Mrs. Theodore Iloosevellt. Jr., in which she said the report was "absolutely unconfirmed'' there. The formerpresident felt, how ever, that there only is a slight possi bility that bis youngest son may still live. W.S.S. the nvestment promises handsome dlv- Mends. -W.S.S - BAYOU CASOTTE FREE SHIPBUILDING SITE. July 19, 1918. Miss Norma Riley of Hopklnsville, Ky., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Mclnnis, Mr. J. Bounds transacted business in Mobile Tuesday. Mr. Ed. Wood spent Sunday in New Orleans. Mrs. W. P. Cowles was a recent vis- All the heroes of the conflict are not tenting at the front. Though a thousand miles from Fland ers, you may share the battle's brunt. Do the part that is assigned you, do it quickly, do it well That the Reign of Mars, be ended, for remember "War is Hell" La Mariposa Club was charmingly entertained Wednesday afternoon, when Misses Hattic Belle and Liila Merriweather were the gracious host esses. Several games of fan tan were noted Pascagoula, Miss., To the Chronicle: Bravo! 1 have just read the most j itor to Mobile. sensible reply of Hon. Milton H. Smith, . Mrs. J. M. Rolls and little daughter president of the L. & N. Ry., to the of Browning, Ala., are guests of her challenge of Hon. W. B. Thompson, sister. Mrs. John Hill, Jr. president of the New Orleans Dock Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Rogers spent sev Board, anent the ship canal project, ; eral days last week In New Orleans, and it pleases me beyond words to feel , Mrs. Marcia Blumer of Laurel is that he is strong enough to stand pat. - visiting relatives here. on his position against the digging of : Mrs. T. J. Stough and son, Bernard, an unnecessary arm or indenture of , after a pleasant visit to relatives here the mighty Mississippi river. returned to their home in Montgomery "Build ships" is a patriotic slogan Saturday, lor the people to lean on. This is not ' Mrs. Carl Eley and five children left the hour to entertain artificial water-, Thursday for a two weeks visit to rel ways, nor is it the opportune moment atives near Blue Mountain, for improvement of nature's streams j Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mclnnis and and inlets. Expenditure of time and ' children motored down from Hovey money should be directed toward ' and spent the day with Mrs. F. S. actual shipbuilding under present ad-! Herrin. mirable conditions, not wasted on j Ground has been broken and the speculation and exploitation. foundation is being laid for the new Pascagoula and Mobile are building ; Merchant & Marine Bank building ships on the banks and shores of bays which is being erected on the corner and rivers already provided by a wise 1 opposite the Burnham building. Creator and the consequence is that A fire which threatened the street these ports are flourishing com-! railway freight depot and surrounding muni ties. : buildings on Saturday afternoon de- Patriotism consists in serving our troyed two small tenement houses and giourious repunuc unseinsniy anu Dudleys meat market. The new without regard to present and future Treloar Theatre and Faulkner's gar emoluments. ' age both caught but were extinguished Bayou Casotte on Pascagoula bay by the volunteer fire company, who offers the best indenture on the north- did valiant work and deserve praise em shore of the Gulf of Mexic, free for their quick response and untiring of charge, for ship construction. efforts in getting the fire under con MARTIN TURNBULL. ,: trol before more serious damage was W.S.S. done. The Pascagoula Fire Co. res- Tue Right Reverend John B. Gunn. ponded to a hurry call for help, but Bishop of Natchez, addressing a large , arrived on the scene too late to be of congregation at Our Lady of Victories assistance. Just how the fire orig ( athollc church, Sunday, denounced inated has not been determined other the cowardly propaganda being spread than that it caught in the front room by German sympathizers that France of one of the small houses, was bled white. It is for such in- Complimenting Mrs. T. .1. Staugh of lauious lies, said the Bishop, that the Montgomery. Mrs. W. T. Buck enter followers of Prussian autocracy are tained a few friends at bridge Wednes- The fact is that France is day afternoon. There were two tables enjoyed by the guests, following which delicious ice cream and nabisco wafers were served. The four tables for the players were arranged In two grace fully decorated rooms, the color scheme being green and white, and stronger today than when she drove of players including besides the hon- the Hun across the Marne. oree. Madams Gantt. Horton Turner. W.S.S. A- C. Graham, Scriven. Bowers, Misses The L. & N. Ry. is adding an 80- Clara Herrin. Hazel Graham nd Wil- foot extension to the west end of its moth Daniels. Mrs. Turner was the freight house here Some months ago fortunte winner of the prize two lovely enjoying the pleasant afternoon with j the building was enlarged by the ad- handkerchiefs, and Mrs. Staugh was the club members were a number of 1 dition of 45 feet on the east end. The also presented with a box of handker- After spending a short furlough with guests. company's business here has increas- chiefs. Mrs. C. W. Jckson Joined the his parents. Mr. and Mrs, H. II. Everitt. ' W.S.S. j ed over 500 per cent in the last year. party later and enjoyed with them a at the beach, Lieut. H. B. Everitt. Jr.! Mr. G. E Belote left this week forj W.S.S. delicious salad course. left Sunday for Camp Beauregard, : Newton, Miss., where he goes to be- Services at the First Baptist church Miss Bessie Byron Borden proved a Robert F. Sbeppard and wife to Emanuel Bang, parcel of land is sw',4 of nw'i of 17-6-4, $1 and other valuable consideration. Mrs. J. M. Ctrlot to Eliza Hanna, house and 1 acre land In 19-7-5, $7E. Eliza Hanna and Burton Hanna to Jim Shannon, house and 1 acre in 19-7-8, 75. Rosaline B. Fitzhenry to Joseph S. Batson, neU of ne of 10-6-9,11. J. C. Delmas to E. Predom, lot 15 of J. C. Delmas sub-division of lot 10 and si of lot 9 of Sedolne Krebs tract per plat of record in surveyors record page 106, $500. Agnes V. Krebs to C. Nelson, si of lot 60 on Buena Vista St. in 13-8-6, $15. Chris Nelson to trustees Greenwood Cemetery Association, lot No;. 50 of Baptiste tract in 14-8-6, $250. J. C. Delmas to E. A. Powell, lots 12 and 13 of the A. M. Adams sub-division of lot 25 Sedolne Krebs tract in 2-8-6, $300. Great American Oil Co. to Miss E. Riley, 2 drill tracts containing 1,000 square feet each known as ej of swVi of nw4 of 33-7-5, $90. Great American Oil Co. to Miss Myrtle Dodge, 2 drill tracts containing 1,000 square feet eaacb, known as numbers 15 and 16 in block 22 of sub division of eV4 oi e'j, of sw',4 of nw4 of 33-7-5. $90. Q. S. Heidelberg and wife to P. N. Jones and wife, part of lot 32 Sedoine Krebs tract in 2-8-6, 711x300 ft., $650. . Fred Taylor, comr. to E. J. Ford, lots 38 and 39 of Delmas Bros, sub division of Sarrazin tract in city of Pascagoula 11-8-6, $1426. F. H. Lewis et al. to C. H. Bruce, lots 16 and 17, being a re-sub-division of lots 63, 65 and 67 of the V. Delmas tract both of said lots having a front age of 48 ft 9 inches on Jackson ave $1,000. Carl T. Case and wife to W. R. David, tract beginning at a point on Baay of Biloxi 264 ft. east of the Fas sell property, formely the Sinclair property in town of Ocean Springs 30-7-8, $2250. J. W. Griffin to A. D. Treloar et al., parcel of land on corner of Main st. and Mclnnis ave. in city of Moss Point, $1500. J. A. Rehage et al. to Charles Re hage. el of 34-7-8,$l. E. J. Ford to M. h. Pol, lots 38 and 39 of Delmas Bros, sub-division of Sarrazin tract, city of Pascagoula in 11-8-6, $2,000. W. R. Kell to Mrs. Hilja M. Peter son, part of lot 48 V. Delmas tract in city of Pascagoula 100 ft. on Jackson ave running back 225 ft. in 11-8-6, $1,000. Mrs. Mary Mantow to Anita Lillian Maxwell, parcel of land 50x200 ft. on Washington St., $250. Vincent Ros and wife to Dierks Blodgett Ship Bulidnig Co., parcel of land near (he east bank of Pascagoula river and south of the residence prop erty of the grantors, now owned by Dierks Blodgett Ship Building Co., $300. Deeds of Trust. Wash E. Frederic to Schubert Piano Co.. deed of trust for $450, secured by entire interest In any and all property sitiuated in Jackson county. H. C. Herring et al. to J. W. Griffin, deed of trust for $4,000, secured by certain lot on corner Main st. and Mc lnnis aave., in city of Moss Point. G. T. Rehage and wife to J. A. Re hage, deed of trust for $2,000, secured by nw',4 of neVi of se'i of 29-7-S with exception of strip 15 ft. on south side reserved for a road. W.S.S. On Monday, the 15th, at 11:40 a. m., Elicnne J., the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mansfield, died after a short illness in New Orleans, where he had been taken for medical treatment. Tho baby was one year and four months of age, and was a bright and beautiful child. The funeral occurred from the family residence on Wednesday after noon, at 4 o'clock, with Interment at the Catholic cemetery at the beach. Rev. Father B. O'Reilly officiating. A large number of friends and relatives attended the burial services, and the little grave was covered with many beautiful flowers. W.S.S. Immigration officials here examined ten alien seamen for the coastwise trade during the week. Under the laws and regulations affecting aliens no one will be permitted to ship on coastwise vessels unless registered, manifested, examined by a Public Health and Marine Hospital surgeon and the payment of $8 head tax. W.S.S. There is not a "for rent," for sale" or "to let" house and room sign in the port of Pascagoula. Great Caesar! why don't somebody get busy and build. Alexandria. La. -W.S.S. taken possession of their nelv pur chased hone on North etreet. On next Sunday at Lutheran church. LOST Memorandum book contain ing passport, identification card and Union card come manager of the Cumberland Tele-' on next Sunday will be as follows: charming hostess on Wednesday after phone & Telegraph Co. I Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.: Divine noon when she entertained at hearts . . W.S.S. I worship at 11:00 a. m.: B. Y. P. U. at complimenting her friend. Miss Norma Mr. L. E. Wheelorke has been trans-j 8:30 p. m. These services will be Riley. Partners were found by of candy, as was also the honoree. Later a delicious ice course was serv ed to Misses Faith and Dora Cirlot, Mamie Martin. Helma and Antoinette Avent. Adele Bounds, Verna Spann, Orpha Howell. Ella Higgles Anetla Finder pleise return to ferred to Huns Is'iud light otatio" ; conducted t- tne pastor, and 'he pub means of pretty score cards aud Miss Fascagoula.1 Berciro only In the forenoon at the Chronicle office and receive suitable The keeper of a llgU-houee is master, lit: is cordially Invito to attend. D. rise Hcrrujg proving herself the best' Rath Blumer Maud Coutson, Estel , j uaual tour . Rev. W. Wedjg, pastor, j reward. lot all he survey. W. Boadell, nastor. . dUoarder of hearts, w given a boxjWatUw and Tbtdma 8rntt.