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TO THE MERCHANT; If you haven’t Red Meat Tobacco in stock, write the factory; we will sell you direct.
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Call early and get first pick. I CITY ECHOES. I |- ==— 1 FREE tuition to all in Harris’ Busi ness College, Jackson, Miss. ti Mr. B. F. Markey was a business vis itor to Now Orleans yesterday. Merchant L. M. Gex was a business sojourner to New Orleans yesterday. Mr. Prather McDonald has returned home from his second year at the Uni versity of Mississippi. Messrs. Walter J. Gex and John K. Edwards took a business trip by water to Kiln on Thursday. Merchant L. N. C. Spotorno has been ill all week, but from last reports is bet ter and expects to be soon up and out again. Donald Marshall is home from the University of Virginia, and Carl Mar shall is home on a furlough from West Point. The Twentieth Century Soda Foun tain at Gardebled’s Drug Store is sani tary and free from ail possible injury to the health. Mrs. U. TJragnon and daughter, Mrs. E. E. Lucas and two lovely children, ire x’egistered at the Tulane Hotel, for the summer season. Mr. Edwin W. Adis, of New Orleans, is here on a visit to his relatives, Mr. md Mrs. A. R. Hart, intending to re main for the summer. Mrs, T. J. Combel, of Biloxi, attended the commencement exercises of the Bay St. Louis High School, and is visiting her mother, Mrs. Word. Mr. Gus Osoinach has returned home from the University of Mississippi* at Oxford, where he has had a successful and brilliant year’s study. The 20th Century Sanitary Soda Fountain will be used exclusively at the Lewis and Clarke Exposition, and is also used at Gardebled’s Drug Store. Mrs. H. Diamond and family have arrived from New Orleans for the sum mer season, and are comfortably domi ciled at the Evans cottage in Union street. Mr. W. J. Hellbaeh, of the firm of Hellbach Bros., slaters, was a business visitor from Waveland to Bay St. Louis Monday, and was a welcome caller on The Echo. The Echo gladly notes the recovery of Mr. Gabriel Blaize from a serious ill ness of long duration. He is up and w r e hope to soon see him out again, mingling with his numerous friends. Mr. Salvador A. Matranga reached home Sunday morning from Oxford, where he has been attending the Univer sity of Mississippi, passing all examina tion with high per centage. The new schooner, ‘‘Althea arda man,” belonging to the Mississippi Oys ter Commission, is anchored off the 8.- W. Y. C. pier, and the other evening took out a party of ladies and gentle men. An excursion by water to Gulfport and return is announced by the local \\ . O. W., Cedar Grove Camp, No. 505, on July 4th, to attend the regatta. The trip will be made on large barges, towed by the steamboat “Lady Jane”, and the fare for the trip will be SI.OO. The Echo acknowledges the receipt of the courtesy of an invitation from the graduating class of St. Joseph’s Acade my to attend their commencement exer cises, Monday evening at eight o’clock, June twenty-six. The graduates are Misses Belle* Markey, Lelia Evans, Mary Shannon, Irene Cazeneuve. Hancock county will soon be connect ed with Harrison county by means of a public bridge. The local county board this week accepted the proposition of Harnson county’s board to build a bridge over Wolf river, at Saucier, con necting the road leading to Lacey, the expense amounting to about $300.00, to be pro rated and borne by both counties. Wolf river is not navigable at this local ity and the bridge will be stationary. Before its adoption, the members of the Board of Supervisors of Hancock county discussed at length whether the propo sition should be accepted or rejected, a yote being taken a tie resulted, where upon the chair, H. S. Weston, voted aye with Members Louis S* Bourgeois ad J* L : Stockstill* The following-named gentlemen have been gi\ en charge of the entertainment, benefit Altar Society, to take place on the afternoon of the 15th, inst., from 5 to 7 o’clock: Jos. O. Mauffray, C. A. Butler, T. L. Evans, Chas. G. Moreau, Emile J. Gex, B. F. Markey, Prof. Jno. A. Hemmersbach, Brother Lambert, R. L. Genin, George W. Rea, R. Fulton O’Brien. Dr. Jas. A. Evans, Richard Mendes, P. J. McGinn, divided into the following-named committees: For the Egg Game—Messrs. Markey and Men des. Sack Race Messrs. Genin and Moreau. Egg Race—Brother Lambert and Dr. Evans. Donkey Party—Messrs. Butler and Gex. Hope Jumping Con test—Messrs. T. L. Evans and Mauffray. Greasy Pole—Messrs. O’Brien and Rea. Mr. McGinn will be treasurer of the gate receipts. Admission to the grounds, 10 cents; no charge to participate in games. Prizes will be given to the successful contestant of every game. At the regular meeting of the school trustees of the City of Bay St. Louis, held last Saturday, the teachers for next season were selected, one additional teacher added to the number, to meet the steadily increasing patronage of what is today one of the finest schools of its kind in the State. The same fac ulty which has so efficiently served was re-elected, namely, Prof. T. L. Trawick, Miss M. L. Bowers, Miss Mabel Caze neuve, Miss Johnnie Hart. The new member to the faculty is Miss Carrie Sue Foose, of Tchula, Homes county, Miss. The trustees of the Bay St. Louis Graded High School are C. C. Hart, president; W. F. Delcuze, secretary; W. J. Chapman, M. L. Ansley, Philip Hickey, Sr. A sailing party complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Drake was given Satur day evening by a number of young la dies and gentlemen on board the superb pleasure schooner “Queen of the Fleet,” and it proved to be one of the most en joyable affairs of the kind yet given. Those present, in addition to Mr, and Mrs. Drake, were Misses Olive Bouslog, Nell Tyler, Maggie Graham, Minnie Mitchell, Jessie, Mabel, Clemmie, Ger trude and Irene Cazeneuve, Messrs. Smith, E. J. Gex, Robt. Genin, Edgar and Wilbur Driver, Dr. H. Weston, Dr. A. J. Evans. The Cumberland Telephone Company has installed anew switchboard at the local exchange, of modern make. Tae exchange, under the management of R. L. Genin, is making rapid strides and is enjoying a larger patronage than eyer. A force of workman is here at present hanging cables along Front street, each cable containining two hundred single wires or one hundred double wires. The Board of Supervisors in regular session this week appointed Edward Oliver to succeed Edward Hill, overseer of Road 48, from Bay St. Louis corpo ration line to the Old Shipyard, with J. W. Vairin, James Benoit and all other hands residing along the road and liable to road duty. The appointment of Edward Oliver was made in lieu of Edward Hill, who has reached the age limit. Hon. Louis S. Bourgeois, member Board of Supervisor from Beat 5, was a welcome caller on The Echo last day. He is a strong advocator of good roads and of as many new roads as the business and general welfare of the county demands from time to time, and already Mr. Bourgeois has been instru mental in the opening of several roads in this vicinity of the county. On the charge of “unlawful entry and detainer” in the matter of lands, Mrs. Henrietta Buddig vs. Adolph Kergozein before Justices of the Peace J. A. Haas, J. J. Herlihy and J. A. Seal, at Kiln on Saturday last the trial resulted in a ver dict in fayor of the complainant. This case involves considerable interest and attracted more than ordinary attention. On the evening of Thursday, the 15th, inst,, an entertainment will be given on the Catholic church (rear of Our Lady of the Gulf) grounds, for the benefit of the Altar Society. The programme will be double; from 5 to 7 for children, and from 8 o’clock on for adults, when pro gressive euchre will be the form of at traction. Mr. and Mrs Walter B. Dupre and little Walter 8., Jr., came out from New Orleans Wednesday for the day, guests of their relatives, Mrs. H, Diamond and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dupre intend re turning shortly, when they will remain for the balance of the heated term, to the pleasure of their many Bay St Louis friends. Miss Julia Fabre was taken to the N. O. Sanitarium at New Orleans this week, to undergo a minor operation, to regain her normal health, which fails to return since her recent illness of ty phoid fever. Her friends hope to soon see her home and well again. Regular terra of Circuit court con venes next Monday morning at 9 o’clock. The civil docket is exceedingly light,but the criminal docket heavy which will probably run the term over the usual duration of one week. The marriage of Miss May Rohmer, of Bay St. Louis, to Mr. Hebert Beard, of Pearl River, La., is announced to take place this afternoon, 5 o’clock, at the residence of the bride-elect’s father, Dr. W. B. Rohmer. All kinds of syrups made from choice fruit, vichy and all kinds of newest sum mer drinks at Gardebled’s 20th Century Fountain. Miss Katie Trawick, of Newton coun ty, is visiting at the home oi her brother, Frol. X. L. Trawick, Special Police Officer Banderet ar rested a freight conductor of the L. & N. this week on the charge of keeping a street crossing closed longer than five minutes, which is too frequently the case. The Mayor very unwisely turned the prisoner loose. The blockading of street crossings by long freight trains, impeding traffic, is serious, and Officer Banderet is fully aware of this, and even should the city turn his prisone rs loose, he proposes making arrests on eyery and all occasions. OASTOSLIA. Bgari the The Kind You ~ave W* “legal advertisements. ELECTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a special election will be held at the City Hall on Tuesday, the 27th day of June, 1905, during "legal hours, for the election of an Alderman for the Second Ward of the City of Bay St. Louis, to fill the un expired term caused by the resignation of Alderman Evans. By order of the Board. Attest * HICH’D MENDES, E. E. O’BRIEN, Sec’y. Mayor. NOTICE OF BOND ISSUE. Noifce is hereby given that the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Bay St. Louis, in Hancock County, in the Stare of Mississippi, desire and pro posed at their regular meeting on Sat urday, the Ist day of July, A. D. 1905, to issue the bonds of the said City, in the sum of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, in denominations of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, paya ble ten years after their date, with in terest at the rate of five per cent per an num, with the option of the said City to pay same, or such parts thereof as said City may elect, after five years from their date, for the purpose of raising money for the erection and furnishing, for the City of Bay St. Louis, on the lot belonging to the said municipality, of a City Hall and Jail therewith, according to plans now on file with the City Sec retary and subject to public inspection. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen re spectfully invite and request all citizens awd tax payers of Bay St. Louis to call and inspect these plans. Attest * RICH’D MENDES, E. E. O’BRIEN, Sec’y. Mayor. STATEMENT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF THE rierchants Bank, of Bay St. Louis. Mississippi, On May 29, 1905. Published by direction of Chapter 14, Annotated Code. 1892. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts on personal en dorsements , real estate or collateral securities, S 82,332 57 Overdrafts secured 4,650 43 Overdrafts unsecured. 1,445 59 Furniture and fixtures, 1.256 84 Expenses 1,798 76 Taxes 410 00 Sight exchange, 6.833 23 Cash on hand 6,330 69 Total, $105,058 11 LIABILITIES. Capital paid in, 20.000 00 Surplus 1,200 00 Undivided profits 3.858 24 Individual deposits, subject to check.. 56,262 99 Time certificates of deposit 10,650 00 Bills payable 13.000 00 Cashier’s Check .86 88 Total $105,058 II Of the above amount of Loans and Discounts To officers of the bank $ 130 00 To directors of the bank 1,009 £5 To stockholders of the bank 8,05.08 I. Geo. R. Rea. cashier of the Merchants Bank, of Bay St. I/mis, Miss., do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full and exact statement of the assets and liabilities of said bank on the day and date named therein, as shown by the books of same. Geo. R. Rea, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me, a justice of the peace, in and for the county of Hancock, Mississippi, this, the sth day of June, 1905. J. A. Breath. J. P. Examined and found correct. T. M. Henry. Auditor. This 6th day of June, 1005. FOR SALE A splendid working horse; in perfect condition. Address The Sea Coast Echo. LOT FOR SALE:—IOOxSO feet, on State, near the beach. Apply to The Sea Coast Echo, Bay St. Louis, Miss. WALTER J. GEX ATTORNEY- AT-LAW, Offices—Echo Building. Bay St. Louis, Miss. L.&N7 Louisville & Nashville R. R. Double Daily Train Service Through to— Chicago, New York, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Louisville, Baltimore, St. louis, Washington, Birmingham, Atlanta, Jacksonville. Elegant Lighted Dining Cars (Service ‘‘a la carte”.) Elegant Reclining Chair Cars (Seats free.) Large Airy Drawing Room Sleeper? "and Ladies’ Day Coaches. Trains leave Canal Street Sta tion, New Orleans, at 9:25 a. in. and 8:15 p. m. Citv Ticket Office, 201 St. Charles Street, New Orleans. Chas. Marshall, Superinten dent New Orleans and Mobile Di vision. A. E. Ladner, City Ticket Agt. E. C. Runte, Citv Pass. Agt. J. K. Ridgely, Div. Pass. Agt, C. B. Compton, Traffic Mgr. C. L. Stone, Gen. Pass. Agt. Louisville, Ky. personal Stems IWMPHaww I ■ mm,oi Dr. James A. Evans returned Monday morning from a brief business visit to NewOrleans. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Buddecke are here from New Orleans at their summer home for the season. Miss Tyler leaves Monday for Clinton, 1 Miss., to attend the State Normal school, \ to be absent from four to six weeks. Mr. Chas. J. Garic, prominent young New Orleanian, is here on a month’s va cation, guest of Mr. G. Bayhi. Mr. E. H. Mehrtens, accompanied by Miss Henrietta LaPrime, from New Or leans, visited his mother and sister on Sunday last. Miss Olive Bouslog came over from Gulfport Thursday afternoon to attend the commencement exercises at the Bay St. Louis High School. Miss Marie Gramion, associate edi tress of that blight and progressive journal, the Marksville (La.) Review, is the accomplished guest of the Misses Spotorno. Mr, L. H. Fairchild and family, after spending the winter at their St. Charles avenue home, New Orleans, have re turned for the summer, gladly welcomed by their Bay St. Louis and Waveland friends. “ADVERTISED LETTERS.” Letters in the Bay St. Louis Post Office for the week ending June 4, 1905, will be sent to the Dead Letter Office, if not called for in 15 days. To obtain any of these letters applicant must say “Advertised”, giving date of list. LADIES’ LIST. Mrs. C. Arabi, Mrs. Josephine H i sam, Mrs. E. R. Jorden, Mrs. N. Mc- Millan, Mrs. Annie Shade. gentlemen’s list. Duilio Marconi, J. T. Milner, E. M. Williams, Bay St. Louis, Miss., L. J. PIERNAS, P. VI. EMILE J. GEX,' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Office—“ Echo” Building, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. 110C for Lighting,—l Viclo Heatin - and ffipi i Cooking I —- - —■ ■ -■ - - .. 11 i,I THE I _jj ! ! lAurora Generator I HE VER_ FAILS. _ i jjF \| j S For Prices and Estimates for : ® '£ Sr COMPLETE INSTALLATION 3 £ OF PLANT, address, —*****_■% |B. F. Harkey, Bay St. Louis, Hiss. | A TAINT •••OF MALARIA A BLOOD At SPRINGTIME means "V A SALLOW SKIN, A MINCING APPETITE, A TIRED FEELING, Lasting all SUMMER. By Special ar rangements with The JOHNSON’S CHILL & FEVER TOHiO 00., SAVANNAH CA., A forfeit of $5.00 will be made if a course of John son’s Tonic will not eradicate every trace and taint of MALAKIA. PRICE 50*CENTS. The Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route REACHES ALL THE Commercial Centers and Mountain lies or t s West of the Mississippi Eiver, SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS OF THE VERY LATEST DESIGN ARE ARE OPERATED BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, MO., and MEMPHIS, TENN. Springs, Ark., aa Reduced rates on sale the year round. For full information address, H. D. WILSON, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 10 South Main Street, MEMPHIS, TENN, TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND PIMPLES IN 10 DAYS. USE Satinola j The Complexion Beautifier. __ %% ' Ha ' - v ' - V'. 4 T ■ SATINOLAis anew discovery, guar anteed, and money refunded ir ii fails to remove Freckles, Pimples, Liver Spots, Blackheads, Tans, Discolorations and Disfiguring Eruptions. Ordinary cases in 10days, the worst in 20 days. After i these defects are removed the skin will | be soft, clear, healthy and beautiful, j Price 50 cents at drug stores or by mail. | Thousands of ladies testify to the merits j of Satinola. Miss Alace Lirotte writes: —Thibo- deaux, La., Oct. 15, ’O4. “For four years my face was completely covered with freckles and pimples. All reme | dies failed, until I used two packages of 1 Satinola, which completely removed the freckles and pimples. My complexion is now perfect, and hope every lady hav ing freckles or pimples will try Sati nola.” Price 50c and SI.OO, by leading druggists, or mail. NATIONAL TOILET Cos., Paris, Tenn. Sold in Bay St. Louis by GARDE- I BLED’S DRUG STORE, and all lead ing druggists; Or- xl. A- Elvniis, DENTIST Crown, Bridge and Plate Work a spoc cialty. Office in Te’ephone Exchange Building. Hours from BA. M. toS:JO P. M. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. E, J. Bowers. Jas. H. .Neville. V. A. Griffith BOWERS, NEVILLE & GRIFFITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-L AW, Offices at Gulfport, Bay St. Louis, Miss, Practice in the State and Federal courts of Mississippi and Louisiana. -^fpSTORIA rS Jjr Infants and Children. f ASTORIA 11 The Kind You Have ANegctable PreparalionforAs- |j| m slmllating tttcFood andßegala- 1 # , ! UngtheStoiDachsanclßowelsof |] £O3XB tII6 g \ I g- Promotes Digeslion.CheerfuE 'M M Mr ness and Rest.Conlains neither i A All Opium,Morphine nor Mineral 1 UX /I\|M I TsOT’NAKCOTIC. ,1 ftM jjr Jiccif? tfMdjjf &wcn'PircMß t Pumpkm Seed' . X M " Mx. Senna * I |||| § PochelU Scllt I m I jiui.se Seed e 1 JV B |l j I t J+ppenruHt - . / M 11 I 11 9 111 JBt Carb'jnabrSeda * | I ll 111 ~ fiZnnSeeJ - I ijW 11 Mjm ■ Choihed Sugar I < B v WMteryreen FlmtSK / ]P W. 110 ft A perfect Remedy forConslipa- 9 I \| UOO r Fion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Jfl I 14/^ Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- jj I Wf P II If ft P | ness and Loss of Sleep. yy 1 IU I UV U I Fac Semite Signature oF m _ . I. 1 1 Thirty Tears EXACT copy or wrapper. Uff U | Uil, ■ ' ■>l, THE CCNTAUN COMPANY. NEW YOU* CITY, THE HOT WEATHER IS ON. I Don’t forget we are making I™ Best Soda I POP Vju the road, made from Pure Distilled water, and the finest flavors and extracts. j Bay St. Louis Bottling Works. .^nwwwwwww wwwwwwwwwwyywwyyyw'^ PETER HELLWEGE, President. EUGENE H. ROBERTS, Vice Presiden. SS & JOSEPH P. CAZENEUVE, Cashier. PETER TUDURY, Assistant Cashier. mC^ | Hancock County Bank, | 1 BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. % y _ JL I SO ACCOUNT TOO SMALL FOR ITS 5; g DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM $1 UPWARD j; | jg | YOUR ACCOUNT IS SOL.IOITE.D- ■£ Z BOARD OF DIRECTORS. S* !@ B. M. WALMSLEY PETER HELLWEGE. CHAS. MARSHALL pi. B.'WESTON m(Z Ss ELMER NORTHROP JOS. F CAZENEUVE, F. B. DUNBAR 3 WE. P. CARROLL J, V. DUNBAR. W. B. GILLICAN J. Q. FOUNTAIN iw E. H. HOFFMANN E. H. ROBERT. FUGS. L. EVANS, pRUGGIST ... Bay St. Louis, Miss. SlUf DrUg StOFC. Fresh Drug’s Toilet Soap, Perfumery, Sponges, etc. Try Evans’ Liver „ n r -j Regulator. A sure cure for all diseases of the liver. cIaIU. 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, BaHMaCSHMHRBaaBBBBnHHEaaHMgaH Liverpool and London and Globe Insur- i Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance ance Company, Company, Southern Insurance Company of New Hartford Fire Insurance Company. (~irloftns J * .■Etna Insurance Company of Hartford, I Q ueen Insurance Company of America, New York Underwriters Agency, National Insurance Company of Hart- Home Insurance Company of New York, ford, Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool, Mississippi Fire Association of Sena- Phcznix Insurance Company of Brook - tobia, •v- York, . Continental Insurance Company of New Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society York of England, . Western Assurance Company of Toron- Mississippi Home Insurance Company, nto, Canada, * ofVicksburg. UNITED STATES FIDELITY AND GUARANTY COMPANY. r. 3'Prompt and careful attention given to all business intrusted to us. Office—\t HaneocL- County Bank. K Gaston G. Gardebled. Contractor Builder Contracts taken for small and large jobs. Esti mates made free,and plans and designs chevr ullv A liberal share of patronage olicited. Orders left at Gardebled’s Drug Store will receive prompt attention. Residence on Main, near corner Toulme streets. L. M. GEX, Agt., General Merchandise, Fancy and Staple Groceries. Comer Hancock and Washiogtea 3ts.,BaySt Louis Mias, When in need ol WOOD Ring up Telephone No. 70 and your order will be properly attended to. No delay. Big rneasu re. Orders taken for Bricks,Lime, Cement, White and Yellow Sand, and Charcoal CONRAD SICK. Bay St. Louis Brick Yard. R. J. TURNER, ” riid Physician 2tc3 p. m. and Surgeon, Office Front, near Mead Union Streets. . . , 'BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS*