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QRUGQIST . . . szrjssm star. Drug Store. * r, I Tp-nflotl Toilet Soap, Prfumory, Spongoa, oto. Try Evana’Uver Regulator * * wOU Ui Uga a sure cure for all all disease# of the liver. sgrPreaorlptlona compounded day 01 night. Order# by mall prompt MoHioinAQ ly attended to. Turpentine, Palnta, Olla, Etc. Presents and all Kinds of Toys. THE SEA ( OAST ECHO. Entered at the Hay St. Lou la postonico aa sec ond-class mall matter. CUMBERLAND TBLGFHONB Office, 3-J. Residence, 3-3. CITY OP BAY B®. LOUIS, miss. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1903. CIAI. <. MOttAUi imi o k AND PftOPRIBTOR. buuctCi.jniu.. -Vi pCA Uilmlin, 111 illlvilllCO. (CHICAGO: UoprosonUul by Lord & Thomas. 45 Randolph street. NEW YORK Represented by Rowell dtCo./No 10 Hpruco street. , f r I’IIILADELFfIIA: Repiosented by N. W. Ayer & bun, Times Building. Futyahetl ejrtuybutunlay. Subscription, SEOO orThiinl, strictly In advance. No pay, no paper Louisville A Nashvillo R. K. Schedule. utKfrt onoet January 23rd, IWXI. south notnu—Arrive: No. Limited passenger, dally 0:48 p m No, 3—Fast Mall, dally; s;J.iajn No. s—Fast Express, 4:15 pm No. 7—Goast, Ltd- dally, ex. Sunday, ..7:lo aro No. W-*Nw York Fast Mall 0:12 a rn NORTH BOUND—: Arrive. No. 2—Fast mall, daily,— 0:18 pm No. V-LiinlUKl passenger, dai1y,....'.. 10:51 am No. 3—Limited Express, 8:39 a in No. (h-l'Hteti Ltd. dully ex Sunday,,.. 5:53 p m No. W—Now York l ast Mall 0:30 p in ,k min a. GREEN, Lotai Agent. (4 £>• . ii <• I CITY ECHOES. I I 2 ..... .j ® Shirtwaists mid Shirtwaist Huts, Mrs. E. B. Mitchell, Geol-gd Friend, the florist, is lying critically ill at his home out in Wash ington street witli no chance for recove ry. His rcniaruaole vitality is prolong ing his life, despite the fact that he is years of age. The annual Children’s Dav services of the Main Street Methodist church will bo hold to-morrow, Sunday, May 17th, at 7:30 o’clock p. in., consisting or songs and recitations by Uio children. The public is invited. The college was honored last week by several distinguished visitors. Among thorn were Brother Stanislaus of Metu chon, N. J.; Brother Felix, principal of St. Vincent’s Academy, Baton Rouge, La., and Brother Alfonso, president of St. Aloysios College, Vicksburg. Circuit Clerk Hoffmann received noti fication yesterday morning that May term of Hancock county court, to have been hold in this oily next Monday week was pretomiilled for lack of business. This is in lino of the suggestion made in these columns some tow weeks since. Witnesses and others concerned will take notice and govern themselves according ly- Friends and patrons and the public generally will take notice that The Echo plant and business office will bo moved Monday from its present location to its new building on the corner Front and State streets. There will bo little or no interruption in our business and patrons are informed their favors will be gladly received and the usual prompt and care ful attention given to same. L. N. C. Spotorno moved his well known Eagle Wing Exchange Thursday night to a now location situated two doors north. J. S. Ulaize, the popular and export mixologist, who has enough friends to elect him to the Presidency of the United Statess if only the votes of Bay St. Louis were necessary, is still be hind the bar and entertaining the "boys" with good stories and serving < onoo2- tions fit for Bacchus himself. In the proper column this week will be found the announcement of W. H. Weston, of Logtown, as a candidate for re election to the office of Supervisor from his beat, Mr. Weston is at pres ent president of the Board and his ser vices in the interest of his section and the county generally are so well guard ed and promoted that his constituents will not for once hesitate to return him as their representative. Mr. Weston is so well known, so largely identified with the active and material welfare of the county that little or nothing remains for The Echo to say, only that we earnestly commend his candidacy to the favorable consideration of the voters. The managers of the college senior tcj;b.'.!l c!ub have arranged several 1 games with the coast towns: Pass Chris- | tian, Biloxi, Scranton and possibly Mo- I bile. As Sunday games are forbidden ! here, the games must bo played on ■ Thursday, the regular college holiday, j The Faculty believes in encouraging the national game, insists on gentlemanly conduct in both players and spectators. The club has received a handsome pro- j sent from Father Walsh of New Orleans, consisting of four bats, three league balls, two gloves, one mitt, one mask i and ohe breast protector. Tho students are very thankful to the Reverend Fath er and hope very soon to see him in their midst when they will thank him personally. Brother Isidore, who for the last sev en years has been the honored president of St. Stanislaus College, and for the last twenty-one years a faithful worker for the college’s well being, has been highly honored by his superiors. They have appointed him chief of all the col leges of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart in the province of the United States and Provincial of the order in this country. The reverend brother re turned last week, after visiting the schools and colleges in the South. Hav ing promised a holiday to his young charges, advantage was taken of the ideal weather last Tuesday. What with baseball, crabbing, crawfishing, a de licious lunch on the college grove, wind ing up with an enjoyable concert in tho gymnasium, the day was spent most pleasurably. >■— l - ——— fttrsonaUl terns L— ,l. j Mrs. Josephine Smith left this morn ing for a visit to relatives in Now Or leans, Mrs. A. Letten is spending the week with relatives and friends in Now Or leans. Contractor O. O. Oardeblod was at Biloxi Wednesday, urging orders for woodwork and filing new ones. Photographer Butler spent Tuesday at English Lookout, La., whore he took views of the Dunbar oyster cannery. Hon. John Osoinaeh, merchant and prominent citizen, spent yesterday in Now Orleans in the Interest of business, Hon. P. J. McMahon and family have arrived from the summer and are domi ciled in one of the Conrad Sick cottages. Mrs. Gaston O. Oardeblod relumed Tuesday evening from New Orleans where she spent the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Osoinaeh and in teresting little daughter Cloo attended the theatrical performance of Pizarro in New Orleans Thursday evening. Mr. Harry Stuart Saucier is hero for the summer, making daily trips to and from his office in the Treasury Depart ment of Customs, New Orleans. Mrs. R. N. Blaizo is here from En glish Lookout, La., spending the week with her mother, Mrs. F. Olivari at her homo] on Front street. Mrs. Ulaisso has indeed many friends in this city and her visits are always a source of delight to them. Mrs, F. Baumgartner is delightfully entertaining from New Orleans Mrs. John Jung. The ladies have boon visi ting friends,enjoying carriage rides over the city's shell routes ,and forest roads and the week could not have been spent more pleasant. Mrs. Piccaluga is here from New Or leans on a few days’ visit to her daugh ter Mrs, Chas. O. Moreau on Carroll avenue, and is telling her Bay St. Louis friends good-bye leaving before for a summer’s trip to Europe, visiting in Italy France, and Switzerland. Mr. E.H. Roberts, cashier of the Han cock County Bank, is absent this week, attending the State bankers’ convention hold at Hattiesburg and incidentally at tending to personal business in Jones county. During his absence from the bank Assistant Cashier Tudury is car rying on the bank’s business with the office assistants. Congressman E. J. Bowers has been spending the week at Jackson, seeking the interests of the firm of Bowers, Chaffo & McDonald before the Supreme Court. Mr. Bowery is at Poplarville today where he has been invited to deli ver the annual address at the commen cement exorcises of the Poplarville High School. Rev. Father Serin the well known and highly esteemed pastor of the Catholic church at DeLislo spent Tuesday in this city and was a welcome caller at The Echo office. Ho informed us that great preparations are being carried on for an entertainment which will lie given at the Catholic SchoolJHall by the Lyons Club, Saturday, Juno Bth, for the benefit of the chuch at DelLislo. The price of ad mission will be only 15 cents and the entertainment will be of a most inter astingcharactor. Letter to Contractor (iardcbled. Dear Sir: The cost of labor in paint ing a house is three times the cost of the paint. You seem to save a little when you buy a lower-priced paint, but you certainly add to the cost of labor when you buy for spreading more gallons, You don’t even save on the paint. De Voe Lead and Zinc costs a little more than mixed paints, but it takes fewer gallons, and the cost is actually less. Wears longer too -longer than mixed paints, longer than lead and oil. You dm,’, a .-e a cent. Mr. C. Loch, a painter in Magnolia, Miss., writes: After years of experiments with mix ed paints, I find that your paint covers more surface to the gallon than any 1 have ever used. For density and wear ing qualities it cannot be excelled. Compared with load and oil; A house belonging to the late President of the i Croton River Bank, at Brewsters, New York, (cost $31,000) was painted with lead and oil in ’B4 at a cost of S4OO. In 1887 —three years later—it was repaint ed with Devoe at a cost of $350. In ’97 the house was still all right. Results: lead and oil—cost SIOO, wear three years; Devoe—cost sllsO, wear ten years. Yours truly, F. W. DEVOE Sc CO., 9 New York. P. S.—Thos. L. Evans sells our paint. CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE. By order of the Hon, James H. Ne ville, Judge of the Second Judicial Cir cuit Court District of the State of Mis sissippi, notice is hereby given that the May Term, 1903, of the Circuit Court of Hancock county, will be pretermitted. E. H. HOFFMANN, Clerk Circuit Court Hancock Cos. Bay St, Louie, Miss., May 16, 1902. NOTICE, Bay St. Louis, Miss., May 9, 1903. The partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, M. P. Bouslog having acquired the interest of Leland J. Henderson ard the business will be conducted at the present office by M. P. Bouslog. LELAND J. HENDERSON, M. P. BOUBLOU, Have you subscribed yet to the Fire men’s Opera House building fund? B WARE. STANDS for Blue Ware, sold exclu sively by The Bay’s Mercantile Hard ware Store. Wo have Just received a large and well assorted lino of above goods. We quote you a few goods just receiv ed: Springs, Cots, and Mattresses, Fine lino of Hammocks, Trunks, Baby Car riages, Go-Carts, Rattan Rockers and Baby Chairs. In the Grocery lino wo quote Melrose Pate, Danish Pate do Foie, Mortcdalla Sausage in cans, White Cherries and Poaches, Sardines in Tomatoes, Gabriel Trait Pine French Peas. We are selling out our stock of Dry Goods below cost. It will pay you to call and examine our assortment of Fancy Shirtwaist goods from 10 cents to 75 cents per yard. We are still loaders in Shoes: ROYAL BLUE AND REX. READY-TO-PUT ON pants that fit just as well as those the tailors make! You’ll got no other sort from us. Makers of poor trousers can’t have our trade. If we bought from thorn we’d merely be losing your trade. A pair of “right sorts” can cost as little as $2.60. Respectfully, The BAY'S MERCANTILE CO. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the school trustees of the city of Bay St. Louis will on May 30, 1903, elect teachers for the forttieorainir scholastic year. C. C. HART, Chairman. Bay St. Louis, Miss., May 12, 1903. PROCEEDINGS BOARD OF -MAYOR AND ALDERMEN. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, 1 Hancock County, I City of Bay Bt. Louis. I A regular meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City ot Bay St. Louis was hold at the City Hall on Saturday, the 2nd day of May, A. D. 1003, at 2 o’clock p. m. There were present Hon. E. E. O’Brien, mayor; L. H. von] Gohren, T. L. Evans, and R. F. O’Brien,aldermen; Albert J, Carver, marshal; Richard Mondes, secretary. Absent: Alderman Pasqual Lutzzi. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The reports of the officers were read, examined and found correct, and ap proved and the treasurer’s report order ed spread on the minutes, the others filed. Treasurer’s Report—City Fund, April 4—To balance last report T?n 40 " 4ByA. J. Carver, licenses 38 20 “ 4—By A. J. Carver, line* m. oourt 2so Total. .“7..... 812 10 May 2—By war. to 80ard,...... 460 00 “ 2—Com. toT..J. Conway,.. 101 too 01 Balance,....* ;ig2 06 School Fund. April 4—To balance last report, * 721 00 “ 10—J.|F. Cazenouve, poll tax 582 Total. 727 78 May 2—Warrants to Board, 502 00 “ 2—Treasurer’s commission, 14 Balance, 135 94 School Building Fund. April 4 —To bal Inal report, 305 ,18 " 2—By warrants to Board 230 Bal 301 os Judgment Fund. April 4—To balance last report B 5 12 The report of the Street Commissioner shown an expense account amounting to $19.60 for 13 days labor at $1.20 and $54 for 24 days cartage at $2.25. The reports of the various other offi cers were filed. Application of J. Heitimann for the position of sanitary officer was read and received, % Moved, seconded and carried that two sanitary officers, who shall do special police duty in and at the same time, be appointed. 11 is Honor Mayor O’Brien appointed Jacob Heitzmann and F. H. Fgloff sani tary inspectors and special police from Monday, May 4th, 1903, to Tuesday, May 19, 1903, at the rate of $35.00 per month. Same was ratified by the Board. The ordinance regulating public traffic was submitted to Ordinance Committee, who will submit same to city attorney for his opinion, and report next meeting. Resignation of Mr. C.C. Hart as meat inspector was received and approved,and the appointment of Mr. F. Banderet by the Mayor in vacation was ratified by the Board. The following bills were allowed and ordered paid; E. E. O’Brien, Mayor, salary, S 25 00 Rio* Monde*, Secretary 20 sr, A. J. Carver, Marshal 25 00 lampold Hangard H 00 I* H. VonGohren, Alderman, 2 00 Thoa. 1,. Evans,.. “ 200 K. F. O’Brien.... “ 2 00 Gulf Coast Ice and Mtg. Cos., light contract 140 00 Nick Htratakaa, city hall rent, 7 IK) I. Hansard, 24 daya cartage at 22.20 54 00 Wirt Carver, cleaning council chamber,.. 200 A. J. Carver, tel. and electric light Inspo., 16 00 L. Hansard, 13 daya labor at tlaU 10 50 Thu Hub. merchandise, I 74 Hea coast Echo, printing 7 50 Mrs. A. J. Laniulle, school Janltress 12 00 R. Mendes. seal fur meat Inspector 1 05 L. Haagnrd, paid difference 35 I-cm Kavre, 4:10 feetlumber,attl.'l.oo 5 no Geo. Weinberg, sexton, March and April. 10 00 F. 11. Egloff, special police. Mch. 10. lUO3, ISo W. W. Stockstill, salary, March and April ’22 30 There being no runner business the Board adjourned to meeting in course. Attest: RICHARD MENDES, Secretary. You Know What You Taking When you take Grove’s TastelcssChill Tonic because the formula is plainly printed on eveiy bottle, showing that it Is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless formless form. No cure, no pay. 60c. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ i AN OLD FAVORITE ii i ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ — ttttttttttMMMt> : i: OLD GRIMES Albert Gorton Greena * <; -v < ► i: ii; 1 !? T * n J * b m prrt -0 M L ,nd <ed In Cleveland, 0.. Jan. 3. IMS. He ' ’ HZ tou’Zth. J' Ut , * ■ <holar n ‘ural choice, and took . > ’ ’ nr Iva to oh rnrv of n •ntellMtua* development of his native state. Tho ' ; sTow'vo ,m?I V o f r>n. a *’ now In Brown unlvemlty. contained 20,000 volume. "Old Grime" ie the beat known of hla poems. .. o <> < " ’ LD arlm * l dead, that good And never wore a pair of boots ;\i JWe Thal, see him Kor ,hlrty yearß ° r moro ’ i ' < > , , But good Old Grimes Is now at rest. ' < > n * u * ed t 0 r long black Nor fears misfortune’s frown; , , , He wore a double-breasted vest— 1 ’ J; AM buttoned down before. The stripes ran up and down. I I 1 • haar f, wa " °P en ®" the day. He modest merit sought to find, < > t > • f ellngs all were true; And pay It Its desert; < • , , His hair was some Inclined to gray— He hnd no malice In his mind, < > He wore It In a queue. No ruffles on his shirt. J I ' J Whene’er he heard the voice of pain, His neighbors ho did not abuse— < • < , Hie breast with pity burned; Was sociable and gay; ' > < > Tho large round head upon his cane He wore largo buckles on his shoes, ] | 1 ’ From Ivory was turned. And changed them every day. , , < . ■ ■ Kind words ho ever had for all: His knowledge, hid from public gase, <’ -■ Ho knew no base design; Ho did not bring to view <' i: H 2..Tjr.^t N r.z k „ e ypeC. e dr n - raee,ln,fany '’ ; | i : U X n %Z n ZZ h n ?" manklna ’ - 0 u?' y a R f~ o s n c fl h V a^s hreW i j : d0) < t ilia pantaloona were blue. < \ I TTnL , .. , ~ . Thus undisturbed by nnxious cares < < > Bn harmed, the sin which earth pol- His peaceful moments ran, < < > utta . And everybody said be was < . > Ho Pn"cd securely o’er- A fine old gentleman. A UNITED STATES WApLI MA FREEI This handsome county map, ISx.'M inches is mounted on rollers, ready to hang on the wall. It is printed in colors, is thoroughly up to date and is particularly interesting and valuable, as it shows in colors the differert divisions of territory in America acquired since the Revolution. The original thirteen States, Louisiana purchase, the Texas 'annexa tion, the Gadsden purchase, the cession of Mexico and tho Northwest acquisitions by discovery and settlement. It will bo sent to any address on receipt of 15 cents in postage to pay for packing and trans portation. L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A., 601 Pino St., St Louis, Mo, When In Need of Fire or Stove WOOD Ring up TelepJnn iN>. 7 ;n l vour order will b properly attended 10. No delay. Hlg measure. Orders taken for DrlckH, Lime, Cement, White and Yellow Hand, and Charcoal. CONRAD SICK, Dav St. Louis Dnok Yard WALTER J. GEX^ ATTORNEY- AT-LAW, Grace—Hancock County Bank Building. Hay St. Louis, Miss. E. J. UOWERH, W. T. M'DONALD, D. B. H.CHAFPE Bav Bt. loOiilh, Miss. New Orleans, La Bowers Chaffe & McDonald, AT-LAW, Graces^!lancock County Bank Building, Hay St. Louis, Miss., and Booms E. and F. Mor fis Building, New Orleans, I*a. Practice Jn the State and Federal Courts of Mississippi and Louisiana. R. J. TURNER, Physician 2to 3 p.m. and Surgeon, Ofllce Front, near Hoad Union StreelH. . . . BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. Notice for Publication. 'Wf w mi (Department of the Interior. I Land Office at Jackson, Miss.. Jan. 2H. 10U3, i Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his Intention to mak* final proof In support of hla olalm, and that said proof will bo made before the Circuit Cjerk, Hancock county, at Bay St. Louis, Miss., on March 14, I9OJ, Randolph Cameron. H. E. Nol :U693 for the NW I IHWI-4 Section 3 and N 12 8E I 4 and SE 1-4 BE l-l Section 4. T. 7 S., It. 14 West of St. Stephen’s Meridian He names the following witnesses to prove hla continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John R. Peterson, Emile Koenenn, Joseph Garrlga. Caalmero Garrlga, all of Fenton, Miss. FRED. W. COLLINS. Register. DR. W. B l ROHMER, BAT ST. LOUIS, MISS, Residence— Gilmore Payard’s House, Keller avenue. Office—Main street. Hancock Dainty Bank Building. Hours, 10 to 11 a. m., sto p. m Cumberland Telephone No. 81. * DU PRE’S Livery Stable and Lumber Yard, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Building flaterial, SHINGLES, BRICK. LIME, CEMENT and Cypress.Lumb r. Orders promptly attended to RING UP TELEPHONE NUMBER 4. OABTOniA. Bears the si The Kind You Have Always Bought “ !, r *fiit that it mef a ?rfar convinces, Gulf Coast Market, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Etc. SAUSAGES. PISH, POULTRY, VEGETABLES. V Delivered to customers’ residence every evening. Orders solicited everv evening. Nothing bo* best kept, and prices always roasonabl' v Front bead of Apothecary atreeU. Comradeship 1 (I bft” a value not t-o bo measured by dollars and cents, R Promote and sustain good fellowship by placing an M IndianapolisCombinationl Table ( IlUard^PoolfO In your home. Nine styles, %. Stand- ■ • ftrd Sizes. Equal in every particular (ex- ■ iji m , —~i T. V;- 1 -* *? 1 '■} * *1 oept size) to the most costly made. The I rtwFljMli 'fts2ac>juuuu^grcost Is trifling, ho amount of wholesome H Fy "t-BQ JEK pleasnrn It affords. Immense. We have the | I.Ai ttjXjf wStff dining or library table exactly right In sfzeand flo- ■ I • W*m ih for your room; top removed—lt’* o Billiard H .W , > pV' mffa (orJfc|() Table equal to the best. Write for our ■ - f ~ iwn nemmttraled catalogue. |'| Combination Billiard Mfg. Cos. (To Cure a Cold in One Day 1 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine r%J/ on every I Sevan mpbopomfal3 This sjgpatare, * oat ‘35c I L. A. de Montluzin, Chemist | Pharmacist • DEALER IM —— Drugs, Chemicals and Patent Medicines, Porfa mery Toilet Articles, Candles, Spectacles, Fishing Tackle, Etc. CIGARS AND TOBACCO, SODA & MINERAL WATERS, FRONT near Main Streets, BAY BT. LOUIS, MISS PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY- No 15776 % SOAP A THAT WSZ crows sf Amolc Toilet and Berber Soap Amole Shaving Cream and Shampoo This lino of high-grade soaps and pretv aratlons command ready sates, and are In large demand in all sections of Uiccountry. Made from a combination of pnro oils, and the Mexican Amole Plant, long cele brated for Its aseptic and peculiarly cleans ing properties. These soaps embody features which particularly adapt them to delicate and sensitive skins. If your dealer does not keep Amole soap In stock, send us within the next 30 days 25 cents and we will mall you an assorted box of high grade soap (3 cakes.) Mexican Amole Soap Cos. PEORIA, ILL. ii what ho want's right away by calling him to the ‘phone!” is an expres sion often heard in business circles. Wbat do yon suppose is thought of you when it is found that you can’t lie reached by a modern meth od. A few dollars a year would place a Telephone at your disposal and the service offered by the Cumberland Telephone nnd Telegraph Cos., is unsurpassed. Call Central for particulars, Gaston 0. Gardebled, HAY HT. LOUIS, MISS Contractor Builder, Contracts taken for small and large Jobs. Esti mates made free, and plans and designs- cheer fully furnished. A liberal share of patronage j solicited. Orders left at Gardobled’s Drug Store will retire prompt attention. Residence on arroll avenue FOR FIREMEN’S OPERA HOUSE BUILDING FUND. The Echo acknowledges the receipt of the following subscriptions to the fund for anew Fireman’s Hall: SEA COAST ECHO, - 25 00 Eugene Dupre, - - - 20 00 Eugene H. Roberts, - - - 15 00 O. W. Dunbar’s Sons, - - 25 00 Chas. A. Breath, - - - 10 00 St. Stanislaus College, - - 25 00 L. N. C. Spotomo, - - - 10 00 Joseph F. Cazeneuve, - - 10 00 E. H. Hoffmann, - - - 500 P. C. Bordage, Br., - - 500 John B. loor, - - - - 500 Richard Mendes, - - - 500 L. A. do Montluzin, - - 500 B. R. Engman, - fiOO Cash, 5 00 L. M. Gex, - - - - 500 O. Sange, - - - - 500 James V. Dunbar, - - - 600 Thos. L. Evans, - - - 500 Charles A. Butler, - - 500 George Muller, - - 5 00 R. P. O’Brien, ... 5 00 Dr. R. J. Turner, - - 600 E. S. Drake, - 5 00 Gulf Coast 100 & Mfg. Cos., - 500 E. J. Bowers, . 10 00 E. E. O’Brien, - - - 500 E. C. Oardeblod, - - - 500 L. B. Capdepon, - - - 500 Clifton Hotel, - - - 5 00 J. A. Breath, - - - - 500 Wm. Ruhr, - 500 Chas. Sanger, - - - 5. 00 P. Baumgartner, - - - 600 Park Mineral Spring Cos., - 5 00 J. M. B. Spence, - 500 U. J. Virgin, - - - - 500 Theodore Gmnowald, - - 5 (X) Henry Widmor, - - - 500 Loland J. Henderson, - - 600 Gaston O. Gardebled, - - 500 Very Rev. Father Blanc, - 5 00 St. Joseph’s Academy, - 5 00 W. B. OiUlcan, ... 5 (X) A. H. Powell, - - - - 500 E. L. Pinac, 5 00 E. J. Domarcst, - - - 15 00 W. J. Demurest, - - - 10 00 Fung King, - - - 6 00 Mrs. K. Edwards & Sons, - 15 (X) James Ren, - - - 5 (X) Mrs. U. N, Hamilton, - - 6 (X) Mrs. L. U. Planchet, - 5 (XI Pickwick Hotel, - - - 500 Frank J. Ladner, - - 500 Mrs. Widow Louise Piccaluga, 6 00 Joseph E. Saucier, - - 2 50 Peter Tudury, - - - 1 00 11. M. Graham, - - - 2 00 W, \V Stockstill, - - - 1 (X) H. R. Piccaluga - - - I 00 Thos. J. Conway, - - - 1 (X) W. J. Gallup, 1 00 L. J. Piernas, - - - - 2 50 Total, .... $ 422 (X) Cash in Building Fund, - 550 00 Grand total, ... 972 (K) Hickory jfH, Chairs * (x-rlally suited (or Golf or Country Clubs Verandas and Lawns The weather doe* not affect the com fort and eaao obtained by Nature'* spring* In 11 no old nwtlc furniture; hand made of white hickory sapling* with hark left on ; smooth, pretty and durable. This Chair $2.25; or two for $4.00 Same chair on rockera, goe, extra. Freight paid east of the Rockiet. Doalora have them : If not, send 8 cents, coat of postage, for our artistic Illus trated Catalogue, showing 110 patterns appropriate for homes or clubs. Pretty Settee for $6.00 The Old Hickory Chair Company, All sickness Is caused by disease germs. T* g arms are In the air we breathe, In the water we drink, in the food wo eat, and our bodies are full of them. Any disorder of the blood, stomach or bowels, or any bruise or cut on the body w ill put these germs to work and sickness and pain follow. To restore health these germs must be killed. King’s Royal Oenneteur is A GERM KILLER •raken Internally It goes Into the blood and through all the porta In the body, abeolutely kill- Ing the germs of disease. There Is no other medicine like It, and hence thousand* of Ita cures Km almost like miracle*. It hue thousands of indorsements like the following: KILLS CJHRMS OF MALARIA Cvpiiess, Amt., July 28,1901. Malaria cannot exist where King's Royal Oer. meteur Is used. w. A. Waite*. CURBS KIDNEY TROUBLE AND INDICATION* _ , „ L*u*. Oa„ Apr. 4,1901. King* Royal Oermeteur has done me more food than any medicine I over took In my life for Idnev trouble and Indigestion. I feel like anew man since taking four bottles. C. J. Wahe. Qcrmeteur 1* sold everywhere. One Bottle, st; 6 Bottle*, SB, or sent direct from the Laboratory. Addreu, GEORGIA MEDICINE CO., barnesvillr. Notice for Publication. , . . Djptrtmeat of the Interior. I Lanl Oli) at Jajk.ji, MM*.. Jn. 2s, mti , N itloiH hirehy givm that tie fol lowing nam ed settlor his flltd notice of bis inten tkm to make tlnalpro>f In support of his olalm and that said proof will hi mala botoro the Circuit Clerk, llaaooolt county, at Hay St. Lou I*. Miss., on Mr3b U, IW3, y.i; Jam R. Paterson. H. E. No. •hlTji tor the SS l-l ME l-l aud NG 1-4881-4 Sotlfm’l, T. 7 3., IL It Woat of Bt. Stephen’s Meridian. Ho namm tit ■ f illowlng witness es to prove his pontlnuiai raddmoo upon and cultivation of lanl, vU: Ktnlolpi Ct f nor>t. Emile Koenenn, Jps jphUtrrUt, Chl u ro Cirrir a. allot Fenton Mlu. FEED. W. COLLINS, Register. Cemetery W ork of Every Description Sohll n ger Pavement and Building Trimmings. C. ZIMMERMAN, Marble, Stone and Granite. 731 Washington Ave., Near Baronne NEW ORLEANS, - - LA 'Bml AMc & Pacific Tea Ci NEW ORLEANS BRANCH. COR. UNION AND FRONT STS I Butter, Sugar, Teas, Spices, Coffees, (gree.., roasted and ,rrou,i<n „ ornamental presents given absolutely free to every purchaser and &P. Baking Powder, or one pound of “Thea Nootir.” KE, COLUr 0 ®" °U. *ajSr-Telephone your wants. Goods delivered to residence. ; STRICTLY PRIVATE^ We solicit your banking business; and with the as ((s surance on our part tlut q it will be kept STRICTLY PRIVATE. HANCOCK COUNTY ■ ■ . BANK . . BAY ST. LOUIS, Mi„ Oardebled’s Drug Store , Comer Main and Toulmo Streets, PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES Toilet and Fancy Articles, Stationary, Fine Cigars, Etc. Telephone No. B- Prescrlption Carefully Compounded. THEY RIDE SOFT AND EASY A luxurious vahlolo Is within thj reaoh of U. Many p;oplo arn rldlny In old eirritm. snrrrt'ja. phanuma, biuotlwa anil road wagons and fanov that nnWvon™ arn . jpc iiw Pri u are way down now. Give us a calls wo treat yon rlsht. Our harnnsa lr the ht for Hu* mvis? also. Jiwkhi soiniiny. ciihimm i.iu 8818815 Pardldo Street, NEW OKI.FANS I,A. Aifonoy Tonnosaea, Piedmont and Chattanooga Parra Wauona; W. 8- Frailer Il ulCtftt Wo carry a full lino of carrla£o mixers hardware and material. THE SEA COAST ECHO Job Office. A Progressive Printing House For Progressive People! The Printing House for ychra that hiw done your Printing, is now bettor equipped than over and solicit* a continuance of past favors Commercial printing. < We print anything and everything from a visiting card to a main moth poster. “The Echo for Job printing.” Consult us every time. The Echo Job Printing Office, Front Street. Hay St. Louis, Miss. specialties in Pony Vehicles I Out iripht it art ii The Host Perfect 011 ****■ Made of th* l**t (I mißjglß trimmed ami finished for .tyUL Ertry Job OaarantMd. Imn'l gT toay nta you send for my cuUloßne * and rl* of full line of I‘onj J t .V l\y J. D. HARPER. Manuf'r '"~“\ I $3.00 and $3 5° I Shoe. No better . Shoe made for the price and as good as many at high- Ihe many that have worn the Douglas Shoes - -■ £-. ' • need no commendation of lli their merits for comfort ]/ and durability. If you do Jm- \.l not know the DOUGLAS A l\ 1 SHOE all I ask is to try a i pair. That is all. 1 WLDOUGLASI 111 I have them m!M£mSM M&via inseveralstyles 'mmmmhJlm In Calf, Box Calf. Vici, Pat- W.L.ooUGLAsmakesmore*3~am3-shoes ent Kangaroo —J is complete.