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THE SEA COAST ECHO.
ECHO BVILDMO. CRAB. O . MOREAU. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Long Distance 'Phone: No. 3. Subscription: $1.50 per year.in advance. Enurod at the Bay St. Louis postofflce as sec ond-class mail matter. Louisville k Hashtillc R- R- Schedule. In Effect June 9, 1904. north bound. No. 2—Fast mall, dally fn 4 ?™ m' No. 4—Limited passenger, dally 10.40 a. m. No. 6— Limited Exoress 8;;*) a. m No. A— Coast Train •*** P- No. 10—Coast Train.... c -f P- No. 12—Sunday Excursion. *• No. 14— Wednesday Excursion •?_ a - No. 90— New York Fast Mall, 8 - 5 ‘ P- m " SOUTH BOUND. No. I— Limited passenger, dally P- m. No. 3-Fast Mall, daily 5-3* a. m. No. S-Fast Express £ No. 11— Coast Train Ex. Monday 8. J> a. m. No. I*— Sunday Excursion,. m’ No. 15—Wednesday Excursion o-TRo m' No 7—Limited 9 ~ 38 p ~ m ’ JOAN A. GREEN. Local Agent. REAP THISI Screen Doors ...at the... Coast Furniture ...a n and... UPPLY CO. Incorporated. Wagons, Sewing Machines, | Window Shades, Mattings, g Baby Carriages, “swell,” Rattan Chairs, Magnificent Line, Solid Oak Suites, with Glass Door "Wardrobes, Rugs, Carpets, Bobinet Bars, Bicycles. WE GUARANTEE to sell you Furni ture as cheap as you could buy It in New Orleans. The Coast Furniture and Supply Cos. nc, I Bay St. Louis, Miss. £ @ I CITY I - - - - - - (8) ®®<SS<S><5XaXS sxsx?)®^^ Rev. Father Voyer spent yesterday in New Orleans. Regular meeting of the Commercial Club next Thursday night. $1,000.00 worth of Pants just received at the Bay’s Mercantile Go. Read the Coast Furniture Company’s advertisement and saye money, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Roberts, of New Orleans, spent Sunday and Monday in Bay St. Louis, guests of the Pickwick. Mr. and Mrs. Theophile J. Combel are here from Biloxi, visiting the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Word, and family. Mrs. Widow Fred Mauberret and Mrs. Widow Paul Mauberret, of New Orleans, were guests of Mrs. C. G. Moreau last Sunday. Spring is here, so are the spring styles in Millinery atO. Sange’s. Mrs. R. N- Blaize and little daughter, of Pass Christian, spent Sunday visiting their relatives, Mrs. F, OUyariand Miss Mathildc Olivari. Rev. Father van Waesberghe visited friends last Sunday at Pass Christian, where he was former pastor and deserv edly popular as he is today. Mrs. J. M. Tyler has returned from a visit to Hattiesburg, where she was call ed about two weeks ago by the illness of her brother, who is now on the road to recovery. Mrs. Lucy Landreaux has taken up her residence in Bay St. Louis, since the demise of Mr. Landreaux, and is domiciled with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, L. M. Gex. Messrs. Cliff Brown and J. O. Brous sard, recent graduates at St. Stanislaus college, and at present attending Tulane law class at New Orleans, visited Bay St. Louis friends last Sunday, guests of Mr. L. N. C. spotorno and family. Mrs. Abbie Hamilton Doyle met with a hearty welcome here Tuesday while spending the day on a visit to her differ ent friends. Mrs. Doyle is residing with her parents at Kansas City, Mo., and came down to New Orleans for the Car nival on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Clau dius Fayard. Rev. Father R. J. Sorin, pastor of the church of Our Lady of Good Hope, re cently destroyed by fire, was in this city during the week, warmly welcomed by his friends. The insurance adjustor having been unable to visit the scene of the disaster, the policy for SISOO has not been paid, and the parishioners of the the village across the bay are without a house of worship. Contractor Gaidebled has in his pos session Ja plan of a one-story 8-room frame dwelling for J. R. Behren, of New Orleans, upon which he has been invit" ed to furnish an estimate for its con struction. The structure will occupy the lot lately purchased by Mr. Behren from Mrs. J. B. Fahey, located on the corner of Front street and Carroll avenue. The Behren family will make Bay St. Louis their permanent home. Sheriff Saucier is in receipt of a letter from the superintendent of the insane asylum at Meridian, in which he is in formed of the recovery of a patient, Mrs, Walter Pons, and requested that her husband be notified and that she be sent for. Mrs. Pons was accompanied by Sheriff Saucier to the retreat about a year ago, leaving husband and a num ber of small children, who will now' gladly welcome ner to the bosom of their motherless home. She is a daughter of Cyrille Bourgeois, When you buy* Millinery from Sange’s you save money. 53.50, 54.00 and S.LOO Men’s Shoes, In Black and Tan, at tile Bay’s Mercantile Company’s, in fi\edifferent makes. Read the Coast Furniture and Supply Company’s advertisement and get post ed where to get ney,’ goods at lowest prices The Bay’s Mercantile Company is agent for the celebrated CHARTER OAK STOVES; w'e cany a large as sortment to select from. Moreau & Gex sold another of their beautiful Carroll avenue lots this morn ing, the purchaser, Mrs. F. Mauberret, of New Orleans, who intends building a dwelling house as early as possible. Cyrille Bourgeois, well knowrn in and around Bay St. Louis, is seriously ill at his home, and the end is momentarily expected. The patient has paralysis of the throat and has been in a helpless condition for the past month or more. A. Tranchini, w'ho last year purchased the Sadler home, signed a $1,200 con tract this morning with G. G. Gardeblcd for the building of an addition and the thorough remodeling of the property, an improvement that will be of considera ble size and of value to the place. Prof. T. L. Trawick is haying his Front street dwelling renovated and the roof remodeled. Large dormer windows with fancy colored panes will form the front, and this, when completed, with other improvements, will make what was formerly the old Schiller place, one of the handsomest properties about the city. Merchant W. L. Bourgeois was taken sick day before yesterday with violent fever, the character of which the family physician had not announced up to this writing. Mr. Bourgeois is too active and too busy a man to be sick, and for his family and friends’ gratification we hope to soon see him up and out again. A requiem mass was celebrated at the church of Our Lady of the Gulf this morning for the repose of the soul of Mr. L. Spotorno, who died one year ago this day. An eiamplary citizen, identified w'ith every' interest calculated to up build Bay St. Louis, a friend to every worthy cause, the demise of this true citizen and splendid man has truly left a void. Our estimable friend, Major Louis j Trager, of Fort Adams, Miss., spent the | forepart of Monday in this city quite agreeably in the midst of the people of a tewn that is fond to his heart, as he expresses it. The Major was en route to New York city, where he annually | visits his family. Haying been very sick, it his hoped the trip will restore his erstwhile robust health. Rev. Father Slevin, the eloquent, the learned, the emphatic delivered another of his sermons at the church of Our La dy of the Gulf last evening, dwelling upon tne divinity of Christ, the true Catholic church as instituted by Christ and which has outliv’-i tvo tl; u.un years of history, and upon the hypo crites who have dissected the Bible to suit their own inclinations and conven iences and formed foreign creeds. Hc r said these were the hypocrites who as sumed long faces on Sundays, carried out the Puritanical laws to such ex tremes as to make them wish the Holy | Sabbath would never come. He is an intelligent and earnest exhorter; enter taining, deep and withal a word painter. : Such colors never glotved more vividly in their portrayal on canyas than his on the imagination. The statement of the Merchants Bank, which appears in this wedk’s supplement of The Echo, makes a splendid showing j for this young and popular institution. 1 The total is near the $100,000.00 mark, and we venture to say next time Auditor Henry calls upon Cashier Rea this even | figure mark will not only be reached but j exceeded, since a marked increased has ! been shown in every statement emanat- j ingfrom the bank back to about eighteen j months when the total of its first account 1 to the State was a little over $20,000.00. | The statement published today shows a double gain within the last twelfth - month period, and shows present loans and discounts $80,443.48; total deposits, $54,533.06. The Merchants Bank last ■ year earned a net 15 per cent, dividend. With no first year’s expense, and with a doubly-increased business, what will | the harvest be this year for these Bay St. Louis capitalists? When a community loses a good citi zen some other place profits by the change. In this instance the gain is to the credit of Hancock county, as shown in the following, from the Poplarville Free Press, the subject a promising and rising young citizen: “Poplarville loses a good citizen in the removal of Dr. D. B. Stevenson to Picayune, and his many | friends here regretted to see him leave, j During his short residence here he had I built up quite a nice practice, notwith ■ standing the fact that there are four otner physicians here, and many friends and acquaintances whose best wishes ae ! company him to his new field of labor. The change is made for purely a busi ! ness motive, and the fact that he is go ■ ing into his old nome county, speaks j volumes for the character and ability of the man. He has the very best wishes of the Free Press for the success he so richly deserves.” Book-Keeping,Business, S|F°r a PHONOGRAPHY, COPYRIGHTED Address WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., For circular of his famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Awarded .ifedal at World's Exposition. Refers to thousands of graduates in positions. Coat Ot Fall BnninoM Coarse, including Tui tion, Books and Board in family, about ?yo. Shorthand, Type-Writing, and Telegraphy, Special I ies, ■SUThe Kentucky University Diploma, under seal, awarded graduates. Literary Course free, if desired, vacation. Knternow. Graduates successful. Ja order to hare j /oar letter* reach us. address oniix WILBUR R. SMITH, Lexington, Ktf The Chance of a Life Timel The Occasion Will Never Present Itself Again! Strike While the Iron is Hot. For the first time in history is offered to the public for sale the high and dry and centrally located Carroll strip on Beautiful Carroll Avenue, near Front street, cut up into EE Building Lots, at reasonable figures and on terms to suit the purchaser, A good in= vestment to the home=seeker. Separately from the lots we offer for sale “Bay View Villa” either for cash or on terms. It will pay you to investigate at once. Address MOREAU & GEX, “Echo” Building, Bay St. Louis, Miss- >aar■■■iiii j ’Tirni'ui—| fmr pure! I JiyStWATER I 1 \ NECESSARY TO \A |f! sag HEALTH | I S||lf ABSOLUTELY(’ \C APAC,TY I GERM UW^TT.^—J 20 CAL. ■ I PROOF PAY ! AND AU DIS EAS E 5 CAUSED ' 1 BY DRINKING IMPURE V/ATER. I SOLD ON A GUARANTEE. !| ii iiiiiwHtP | i | S The materials used in manufacturing I 3 this Baking Powder are guaranteed pure y g and wholesome. Satisfaction guaranteed 9 ■ or your money back by your dealer. V| iTAKENOSUBSTITUTE I i insist on having —wr c. .t-.ttic.-v’wnflMtfMMnc r ■i.iwrar -.mm it am . I Wines are nsinre-s best remedies and so pleasant. | But be sure they are Pure, for safety always buy Hi! WINES I IM Fsr Medicinal 15-| and Family use. 1 / A Our 240 acre vineyard - produces every’ year sev eral hundred tons of the I ' choicest grapes that ever •! grew, and every grape |r t* goes Into Severne Wines. %: -S Champagne, Brandy, Port, Sherry, Claret, J ‘ ir’>sss} Whiskey, Unfermented Grape Juice, WSSA &c„&c. If your dealer don’t have them write us direct. I SEVERNE WINE GO., I Nimrod, N. Y. For style—the Star, No Name, and | John B. Stetson Hats, at the Bay’s Mer -1 cantile Company’s store. y . It will pay you to inspect the Spring and Summer. Millinery at O. Sange’s. o’ii.B Ml* C3 YTL. 3L Ms. . Bears tho Hate AiWSjfT Daiaja r fog of the | |j| between Johnson’s Tonic and the horde of commer- l3 cial remedies on the market, and_ that vasthorde of Pm USE JOHNSON’S TONIC |||na in a bad case of Grip and you wil! live! jtSi | Use inert, or commercial products, and ipg| -oniC q^Ckly and IH JOHNSON S CHIU.'a FEVER TONIC CO. Ejll At all druggists. >- -.vannah, Ga. Take no substitutes, —m—m————a ——M—r i 11 i M hb iiihmi g /D^'aitiC o . \ I Joseph 0. Mauffray, -- ,--- - - - IN Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, j Is sole agent in Bay St. Louis for the celebrated Ferguson McKinney SHIRTS H| Front Street, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. .1.. I■m T I ■■ ■■■' ■■ —■■■■l ■■■ ■ Tfi IT ~ '""" JTS * n: ■*- 1 r ■' l >r -' ■■ •'• *'** r ■■■■■iso !■ ir mmtm Buy from the Coast Furniture & Supply Cos. * i The Kind Ton Have Always Bought* and which has been, in use for over 30 years* has borne the signature of ~ -and has been made under his por iJrL sonal supervision since its Infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good M are bub Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health f Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What Is CASTORIA ii Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil* Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium* Morphine nor other Nareetto substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm* and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children’s Panacea —The Mother’s Friend. % GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Tie Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. i THE CENTAUR COMPANY, YY MURRAY STREET, MEW YORK .ITT. sfc! PETER HELLWEjE, President. EUGENE H. ROBERTS, Vloe’Preslden. Z JOSEPH F. CA4SNBJYE, Cashier. PETER TUDJRY, Assistant Cashier. | Hancock County Bank, i BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. % 3 NO ACCOUNT TOO SMALL FOR US 5* S DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM *1 UPWARD S YOUR ACCOUNT IS SOLIGITRD. gE 3S board of DIRECTORS. 5 55 n. M. WALMSLEY PETER HELLWRGE. CHAS. MARSHALL. H. S.*W’ -arov 2" Sal ELMER NORTHROP JOS. F CAZENEUVE. F. B. DUNBAR S’* 55 E. F. CARROLL J. V. DUNBAR, W. B. GILLICAN J. Q. V .ynNTMN S* ;p E. H. HOFFMANN E. H. ROBERT. ' JU yjl PH OS. L. EVANS, "■" □ RUGGIST . 7. ’ou„m.. Star Drug’ Store. <3Sll Drug’S Toilet Soap, Perfumery, Sponge, etc. Try Evans’ Liver j Regulator. A sure cure for all diseases of ths liver. cillCl Prescriptions compounded day or night. Orders by mail Medicines P rom P tl y attended to. Turpentine, Paints, Oils, Etc. A FULL LINE OF FINE AND FANCY GOODS. JOSEPH F. CAZENEUVE INSURANCE, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI, * Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company, Southern Insurance Company of New Orleans, ACtna Insurance Company of Hartford, New York Underwriters Agency, Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool, PhrEnix Insurance Company of Brooklyn, Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society of England, Western A.ssurance Company of Toronto, Canada, Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Queen Insurance Company of America, National Insurance Company of Hartford, Mississippi Fire Association of Senatobia, Continental Insurance Company of New York. Mississippi Home Insurance Cos. of Vicksburg. UNITED STATES FIDELITY AND GUARANTY COMPANY. JWfi-Prompt and careful attention given to all business Intrusted to us. Office—At Hancock County Bank. War on Weeds THISTLE-INE is sure death to Canada Thistles ySUr" and all other noxious vegetat 5 on# * e It can no longer be considered an eTperiro' tvi.i It U *bl MB? u an . rt does destroy weeds and thistles of all V in %„ hnwn by the StlfT hundreds of letters we have received from f armers park cemetery *f and highway commissioners railroad off** Us and others’ who hare |T given it a thorough test. It is easier a;** ■ Reaper to spray the grass V r -rv, and weeds in walks.driveways and stra** gutters,with THISTLE-INB * than to cut or dig them out. S fl Ifyon have a lawn or back yart*. in which von take pride, yon ll a f .-i end in destroying Dandelion, ta Burdock, Wild Lettuce, or other r sightly weeds. \A JA You run no risk of failure in O' dering, for when used according \i to directions, we guarantee th<c results to be entirely satisfactory. T Send fo r Circular. THE LINDGREN CHEMICAL CO., No. 10 S. tor.ia Street, Grand Rapids, Mich. The Mutual Life Insurance Cos. of New Yorkf. AMERICAN,!. RICHEST OF ALL. j Established February i, ISLS. RESOURCES: January i. loft*.,4itO.-H3.37i; SURPLUS, 171,457,8 H. RETURNS TO POLICYHOLDERS IN 02 YEARS; H5,7V!.4'd. m. m. Jayne, solicitor.. Bay St. Louis, Miss, l • Women insure on the terms as men. Write for rates and illustration, using the coupon attached. MR. M. ’4 . JAYNE. Solicitor;- Bay St. Louis, Miss. Dear Sir: You may illustrate as follows: ORDLVARY INSURANCE. ' 3> * Life Policy, pay for m ., 11 ; ...*• > Endowment Policy, pay for years. FIFTY PER CENT. GOLD BOND INSURANCE. ..Life Policy, pay for 3 Endowment Policy, payfor years. Name Address Date. ■ 1003. *