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THE SEA ( OAST ECHO.
ECHO BriLDISO.
CHAS. G . MOREAU. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Long Distance ’Phone: No. 3. -
Subscription: $1.50 peryear,iaadvance.
Entered at tie Bay St. Louis pofcionice as sec
ond-cliss irin.il matter.
HCfioon ice BLDQ.
FOR RENT Desirable, up-to-date
offices in the beautiful Echo Building;
centrally located; water and complete
toilet equipment on second floor, * ent
moderate. Suitable for dental offices
or for any professional or business man
wishing office room. Address
CHAS. G. MOREAU,
Echo Bldg., Bay St. Louis, Miss, j
Lou IS VI ILLE R. R.
TIME TABLE NO. 84.
In effect June 3rd 190*5, at 3:05 a. m.
SOUTH BOUND.
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POLITIC U. ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY
The Sea Coast Echo is authorized to
announce
JOS. H. MIZE
as a candidate for District Attorney
for the Second Judicial District of
Mississippi.
The Sea Coast Echo is authorized to
announce
W. D. BULLARD
a candidate for District Attorney for
the Second Judicial District of Missis
sippi.
The Sea Coast Echo is authorized to
announce
B. P. HARRISON
as a candidate for District Attorney
for the Second Judicial District of
Mississippi.
FOR CONGRESS:
We are authorized to announce
HON. E. J. BOWERS,
of Hancock county, as a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for Congress
from the Sixth District of Mississippi,
FREE tuition to all in Harris’ Busi
ness College, Jackson, Miss. tf
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I CITY ECHOES. |
I
Don’t fail to vote on next Tuesday,
and cast your ballot for B. P, Harrison.
Mrs. August Marion Benedic returned
Tuesday evening from a two weeks’
visit to relatives in New Orleans.
Mrs. Henry Widmer is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. Cook, from New Or
leans, while Mr. Cook is attending to
business in Mobile.
Friends of the Watts and Ansley
families will learn with concern of the
serious illness of Mrs. M. Luther Ans
ley, nee Miss Watts.
A wireless telegram from Hot Springs
informs The Echo of the safe arrival of
its esteemed friend, Dr. R. de Montlu
zin, during the forepart of the w r eek.
Hon. Richard Mendes, member of the
Mississippi Board of Oyster Commis
sioners, attended a regular monthly
meeting of that body at Gulfport Mon
day.
Mrs. A. Gragnon and accomplished
daughters, Misses Melanie and Amelie
Gragnon, and Mrs. Lucas and children !
are spending the early summer at one |
of the Gragnon villas.
One of the new ice wagons belonging ,
he Bay St. Louis Ice, Light and Bot- |
Ting Works was partially demolished
Monday morning, near the depot, by a
witch engine while backing.
Mr. Joseph M. Cousins, of New Or
leans, spent Sunday here, registered
it the Clifton Hotel, on a visit to his
brother, Mr. Will Cousins, who is
•pending several weeks recuperating.
Friends of the Gardcbled family will
gladly learn of the recovery of Mme. C.
Gardebled from quite a spell of cold
and fever, going out Wednesday for the
first time, after a siege of several days.
John T. McDonald, of Pass Christian,
spent a few hours here Wednesday
afternoon, consulting with Contractor
Ramond conccrnimr the construction of
the Merchants Bank’s new building, on
which he will do the brick work.
Mr. Albert Gray, after a stay of sev
eral weeks on a visit to his parents,
Capt. and Mrs. C. C. Gray, left Monday
morniftg for New Orleans, cn route to
Memphis, Tenn., where he will resume
his work as operator with the Postal
Company.
C. C. Cuevas, a well-known resident
of the Kiln vicinity, spent Wednesday
in Bay St. Louis transacting business.
He was a visitor to the courthouse,
where he applied for and received a
State license to operate a merry-go
round, which he is operating at present
at Wolf town.
Mr. Jos. O. Mauffray, prominent and
prosperous merchant, left on Wednes
day for Hot Springs, Ark., in quest of
relief from and cure of sciatic rheuma
tism, and the fond hope is indulged in
by his numerous friends that he will re
turn a newly-made man, free from all
aches and pains.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Sick entertained
most pleasantly on Sunday last Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Daily, and Messrs. John
and Joseph Bagert, of New Orleans.
Mr. Sidney Garic, well-known young
business man of New Orleans, is spend
ing a fortnight’s vacation in this city,
guest of his brother, Mr. W m. M. Garic.
Under the care of Dr. R. J. Turner f
Miss* Olivia First, whose right arm was
broken by a fall while recently skating,
is improving as well as can be expected
and anticipates the use of the injured
member within a comparatively short
time.
A. H. Treen, of the circulation de
partment of Tne New Orleans States,
left Wednesday night for Pass Chris
tian, after a stay of four days, assisting
Charles Genin, the local delivery man
of that publication, in further building
up the already large circulation.
The Dupre villa, recently purchased
by Mr. Chas. H. Torch, of the Peerless
Oyster Company, is undergoing exten
sive repairs and enhanced considerably
by beautifying the grounds. Mr. W.
W. Mines, of the company, who will
occupy the dwelling, is superintending
the work on the dwelling and grounds.
Mr. Gus. E. Templet was a recent
welcome visitor to Bay St. Louis from
Plattenville, La. He intends, business
permitting, to return shortly, accom
panied by Mrs. Templet, to spend part
of the summer here, and hopes to ship
his auto from home to speed over the
Bay’s fine driveways.
The yacht Sweetheart, bound for New
Orleans, is in port from Chandeleur
Islands, after a pleasant voyage. Fine
catches of sheepshoad, redfish and trout
were made. Commodore L. H. Fair
child is in charge, with the following
guests; J. H. Maury, J. B. Hobson
and C. P. Ellis.
Mrs. A. J. Berthelot and childreu
from Hoen Solmns. La., is visiting her
aunt, Miss Welch, in Union street.
Mrs. Berthelot is here to witness the
first communion ceremonies at the
Church of Our Lady of the Gulf tomor
row morning, of which class her little
daughter Ethel, a pupil of St. Joseph’s
Academy, is a member,
Mrs. A. O. Whitney, of New York,
spent Wednesday on a visit to her re
latives, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. deMontlu
zin and family. Mrs. Whitney wascall
ed South by the critical illness of her
father, Mr. C. K. de Lappe, at New Or
leans, who arrived in Bay St. Louis this
morning, accompanied by Mrs. deLappe,
his condition having improved.
Mrs. J. M. Laca.ssagne, nee Camille
Castcix, and a native of New Orleans,
died in this city Tuesday morning, af
ter a long and lingering illness, and had
come to Bay St. Louis some few weeks
ago in hopes the change of climate
would prove beneficial. The funeral took
place the same afternoon from the late
residence on Front near State streets,
when the remains were +0 New
Orleans for intermen:. 5
was 4G years of age.
The fourteen-year old son of Jos.
Cleggett, colored, was drowned from
the L. & N. R. R. bridge Wednesday
afternoon, while fishing. The remains
were recovered Thursday morning, and
a coroner’s jury gave a certificate of
death in accordance with the above
facts. The boy was to haye received his
first communion tomorrow morning with
the annual class at the Church of Our
Lady of the Gulf.
Married —ln New Orleans on Tuesday,
Juno 5, 190*1, at 7; JO p. m., at the church
of the Immaculate Conception, by the
Rev. Marcellas Janin, Mine. Clothilde
Bourgeois and Charles A. Platz. Mr.
Platz is well-known in Bay St. Louis,
engaged here in the hotel business eve
ry season and has many friends who
wish the couple well. Mrs. Platz is a
charming and beautiful young woman,
possessed of a grand voice and other so
cial accomplishments.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Garic are
among the recent arrivals from New
Orleans for the summer and are occu
pying tneir villa on the beach front.
Pedestrians and others passing by gaze
in admiration on the beauty of the green
and eyen lawn, the profusion and bril
liancy of the flowers that edge the car
riage driveway and the numerous palms
that give much promise of future adorn
ment when the huge fan-shaped leaves
will have assumed full and graceful
proportions.
Messrs. Rene de Montluzin and Max
Polatsek a few nights ago opened their
poolroom in the Polatsek building, on
| Front,near Main streets, and the patron-
J age accorded by the public has been of
Ia most encouraging and flattering na
i ture. The interior of the building has
been thoroughly renovated and fitted up
in a most complete and splendid rnan
i ner, and the enterprising and progres
sive voung gentlemen are meeting with
i deserved success. Mr. Polatsek is in
active charge of the establishment. The
Parlor Pool Room will furnish amuse
ment and entertainment to strangers,
visitors and others at the north end of
town.
| Augustin Rochon, a well-known col
ored carriage driver, died at his home at
an early hour Thursday morning, after
a long and painful illness. Augustin
had been a resident of Bay St. Louis
for over forty years, during which time i
he was a well-known figure in the pur
suit of public carriage driver, and thou
sands are the visitors who have ridden
in his old, but clean and well-kept ve
hicle, and his presence at his accus
tomed post will be missed by many a
visitor this summer. A native of Loui
siana, he was in his 70th year, and the
father of a large family, his wife pre
ceding him to the grave about a week
ago. The funeral was held under the
auspices of the Promote Benevolent As- j
sociation, of which the deceased was,
one of the oldest members. His son,
Martin Rochon, accompanied by the de
puty sheriff, viewed the remains atiln
residence Thursday afternoon. /
M)riE THINCS THE PRESS OVER
THE DISTRICT SAYS OF HARRI
SON AS A CANDIDATE.
Wayne County Record:
Mr. Harrison comes with the highest
endorsements from the people of his ,
home connty, and we feel confident that j
our people will do well to stand with j
Greene county in his support. Greene
and Wayne are the only inland counties
as the district now stands, and it is but
fair that they should have an office now j
and then. Of course, this is not, within
itself, a sufficient reason for supporting
him, but other things being equal, it
certainly becomes our duty to stand by
one of our own men. We think that j
after all are weighed Mr. Harrison will
be found equal to, if not surpassing, the
others in fitness.
Pass Christian Beacon :
Mr. Harrison has received the hearty
endorsement of his county in this cam
paign and is making an active canvass
through the district. He comes highly
recommended as a lawyer and a citizen,
and, if elected, would no doubt make an
excellent officer.
Gulf Coast Progress ;
Hon. B. Harrison, of Greene, is an
nounced in this issue as a candidate for
district attorney of this, the second cir
cuit court district. He is doubtless the
youngest of the several candidates in
the field, but that fact should not oper
ate against him, for he is in every way
qualified to discharge the duties of the
responsible position to which he aspires.
During the few years he has been prac
ticing in the courts he has been uni
formly successful. He is a good
“mixer” and creates a favorable im
pression on all who meet him.
Waynesboro News-Beacon :
As was stated in a former issue, Mr.
Harrison is this paper’s choice for the
position—first, because he is from an
adjoining county, Greene, which has
always kept faith with Wayne; and,
second, for the reason that we don’t
think that another man could be found
who would more ably and satisfactorily
fill the position with credit to himself
and satisfaction to all the people.
Biloxi Herald :
Mr. Harrison has received the hearty
endorsement of his home county in this
campaign, and is making an active can
vass through the district. He comes
highly recommended as a lawyer and a
citizen, and, if elected, would make, no
doubt, an excellent officer.
Lucedale Plaindealer :
Candidate Harrison was in Lucedale
this week, strengthening his fences near
the gaps and adding a number of new
panels to the already long string en
closing the Harrison Campaign pasture.
City Treasurer Thos. J. Conway has
■rn given a thirty-day leave of absence
and left on Wednesday morning for
Hot Springs, Ark., at which famous
health resort he will spend several weeks
for rest and recuperation and to eradi
cate from his system a mild type of
blood poison. Mr. Conway has numer
ous friends, who wish him well, a good
i time and safe return- Mr. R. Mendes
j will represent the treasurer during his
i absence, and both local banks will cash
j all warrants.
Accompanied by Deputy Sheriff A.
J. Carver, Martin Rochon, convicted of
attempt [to criminally assault and of
burglary, was taken to Gulfport today
on the 12:30 o’clock train and turned
over to Traveling Agent Dodds of the
State Penitentiary, who will leave for
Jackson this afternoon over the G. & S.
I. road. Rochon has thirty years to
serve.
Special election for district attorney
next Tuesday throughout the county.
L. B. Capdepon left this morning on a
trip over the county, distributing the
ballot boxes at the various voting pre
cincts. The Bay St. Louis box will be
located at the courthouse, with H. M.
Graham, Albert C. Beyer and Optime
Richards as managers; R. Ruisech bai
liff. The Echo would like to see a good
vote polled.
Dr. Weston has permanently located
in Bay St. Louis, with offices in the
Echo Bldg. His professional card ap
pears in an another column.
Mrs, J. M. Luquet, of New Orleans,
is visiting Mrs. Geo. Muller and family.
SERVICES?
At the Methodist Church Sunday,
May 10th.
Sermon by O. G. Halliburton to chil
dren, 11 a. m.
8 p. m.: “The Children’s Day” pro
gram.
Solo, by Miss Jane Brunson.
Everybody welcome.
"FOR CUT, BURN, SPRAIN OR ~
BRUISE,
Royaline Oil
IS THE THING TO USE !
Mr. M. M. Garig, Denham Springs,
La., says: “During the last ten years we
have used Royaline Oil extensively, for
almost every purpose, internally and
externally, on man and beast. It has
never failed us, and I do not hesitate to
pronounce it the greatest of all the pain
medicines and antiseptics known to me,
and I have tried nearly everything on
the market.”
Mr. T. D. Blount, Colyell, La., says:
“Man never used a better preparation
for colic, cramps, sore eyes, sore throat,
and especially burns, than Royaline
Oil. It is as good for stock as for hu
man beings, and cannot be surpassed
for either.”
Prominent Bay St. Louisians at Hot
Springs, Ark.
The Hot Springs (Ark.) News of yes
terday morning contains the following
of two distinguished citizens of Bay St.
Louis, noting their arrival at that place,
viz:
“Among the latest arrivals at the
Springs are two distinguished young
gentlemen from the waves-kissed shores
of the State of Mississippi, where the
gentle sea zephyrs fan the rose all the
year round, a locality known as Bay
St. Louis, one of the beauty spots of
the Southern Eden. The gentlemen
are Honorable Thos. J. Conway, custo
dian of the city exchequer, and Mr.
Jos. O. Mauffray, the Siegal Cooper of
Bay bt. Louis, two prominent and influ
entialcitizens. Mr.Conway, or “Tom”,
as the boys fondly call him down in the
mullet district, has just emerged from
one of the warmest political contests yet
known in the history of Tammany and
comes for a much needed rest. During
the strenuous period of a six-months
campaign he smoked in 180 days 18. X)
cigars and gave away more than he
could keep account of, made 312 stump
speeches, which means two a day, ex
cepting Sundays, effectually nailed 1100
campaign lies, and successfully passed
through the ordeal of concealing how
ho stood on the cow question, and how
he voted for mayor; rode in every pub
lic hack in town, and in hand-shaking—
broke Bryan’s record. During the tem
pestuous period he cannot recall with
certainty or accuracy how many schoo
ners sailed over the bar. This man cer
tainly needs a rest, and the News wel-
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comes him and his friend to Hot Springs
and hopes when he will be “biled out”
the evil effects of so strenuous a cam
paign will have been radically eradi
cated from his system. He is one of
the best-liked and most popular men in
his town, and his place of business,
1 almost within a stone’s throw from
Tammany Hall, is one of the popular
rendevouz for all the politicians and
other good people. When queried if he
would seek political preferment again,
Mr. Conway replied that he was a
standing candidate.”
BAY ST. LOUIS HIGH SCHOOL.
Closing Exercises to b3 Held on Next
Thursday Evening, After a Bril
liant and Successful Session.
After a brilliant and most successful
season, the 1905-06 season of the Bay
St. Louis High School will come to an
end Thursday next, when on that even
ing, at 7:30 o’clock, closing exercises at
the school house will be held. The
public is invited; no admission fee
charged.
Prof. Trawick can well feel proud o?
the splendid results accomplished the
past season, and it is well his services
have been retained for next session.
The attendance this year was the largest
in the history of the school.
The following program will be pre
sented Thursday evening:
1. Overture, (Rosetta McGinn
(Lustspiel) I Pansy Nash
2. Dolly Show, Miss Benton’s Grade
3. Chrysanthemum Drill
Miss Cazeneuve’s Girls
4. Concert Recitation
Miss R. McGinn’s Grade
t-, A (Florence Saucier
5. Red White Leah Guerra
and Flue j Ann McGinn
6. The Famine, from “Hiawatha”
Miss Hart’s Grade
7. Mother Goose—two acts
Miss Cazeneuve’s Grade
8. Recitation Miss Helen Bouslog
9. Recitation, “Kentucky Watermil
lion” Miss May Warren
10. May Pole Dance
Miss K. Posey’s Grade
11. Character Song—Nellie Gray
By Boys
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Drake attended at
Long Beach Wednesday evening the
marriage of their relative, Miss Julia
Harris to Mr. Wilbur Hunnicut, of At
lanta, Ga.
ADVERTISED LETTERS.”
Letters in the Bay St. Louis Post
Office for the week ending June 3, 1908,
will be sent to the Dead Letter Office, if
not called for in 15 days. To ob:ain
any of these letters, applicant must say
“advertised”, giving date of list.
LADIES LIST.
Mrs. Cally Ambrose, Mrs. Mary Hines,
Mrs. Jennie Whitman, Mrs. Viola
Wibbs.
GENTLEMEN’S LIST.
J. O. Holland, August Rajison, Nick
Spaleto.
Bay St. Louis, Miss.
L. J. PIERNAS, P. M.
To Beautify Your Complexion
IN TKN DAYS, U3H
MAD IN OLA
JL W TKE UNEQUALED BEAUTIFIER.
(Formerly advertised aud sold as Satinola.)
NADINOLA is guaranteed and money
refunded if it fails to remove freckles,
pimples, tan, saifowncss, liver-spots, collar
discolorations, black-heads disfiguring erup
tions, in twenty days. Leaves the
skin clear, soft, healthy, and restores the
beauty of youth. Endorsed by thousands.
Price 50 cents and SI.OO at all leading
drug stores, or by mail. * Prepared by
National Toilet Cos., Paris, Term,
Clothing!
MEN *S -H
boV’s hwwi M
CLOTHING,
\W SFIvFY
ALL STYLES, ALL PRICES, WL
JUST RECEIVED sd’ct? S BOYSStfIT j
.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
A LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES
TO BE FOUND IN NEXT WEEK’S
ECHO MAGAZINE SECTION.
Our magazine section for next week
will contain the first installment of
“The White Company,” by Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle.
Conan Doyle studied two years and
read over a hundred historical volumes
to get his material for “The White
Company” and the book really succeeds
in transporting the reader right back
into the olden days of the Black P rinee
and the noblest of England’s Edwards —
the days of chivalry and knightly ven
ture, when English princes, knights
and lusty men-at-arms and sturdy long
bowmen swarmed across the “narrow
sea” into France and Spain.
Our magazine section will print this
absorbing story, beginning next week.
“The White Company” is the sequel
to “Sir Nigle”, the story for which Sir
Conan Doyle received $25,000.
Other articles will be the following:
“Red Rum”—a thrilling temperance
story.
“The Professor and the Lion” —how
nerve won the day.
Agricultural Department Notes.—The
Government wants to develop an animal
plague- Would infect rats, wolves and
other varmints.
Egg farms of California. Business
methods in farming.
“Jewfishing on the Pacific Coast” — j
358 pound caught with a rod
and reel by a woraun.
“Uncle Joe Cannon at 70” great
celebration in Washington when the
Speaker became “70 years young”.
“Beet Sugar Growing”—Government
reports show healthy increase in new
industry.
DESK FOR SALE.
I offer for sale one
Roll Top Desk, 5 feet
wide, 54 indies high,
with 20 pigeon holes,
drawers, etc., new and
handsome, worth S4O.
Will sell very cheap.
W. A. McDonald,
Feed Store,
Bay St. Louis, Miss.
CARL SCHILLER,
EXPERT WATCHMAKER AM) JEWELER,
(Thirty years experience.)
FINE WATCHES, CLICKS
AND JEWELRY REPAIR
ING A SPECIALTY; ALSO
MUSICAL AND OPTICAL
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED.
All work guaranteed for one year. Every
thing done at once. Prices very reasona
abie. Orders by mail promptly at
tended to.
ECHO BUILDING, (Second Floor;
BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS.
BAY ST. LOUIS
i •
Sheet iVletal W orks
J. L. NORRIS. Prop.
ROOFING,GUTTERING, PIPING* ETC.
i All kinds of Metal Work promptly attended to
and satisfaction guaranteed.
I take as much pleasure in submitting an e.-ti
! mate as I do in'soliciting your orders.
’Phone 80-3.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the srj?'
Signature of VtUZrfvK tvUCC&tfd
riiOS. L. EVANS,
fIRL.GGIST . . .
Bay St. Louis, Miss. gt <XY DflSg* StOTC.
Fresh Drugs . Trs iivor
„„ j Regulator. A sure cure for all diseases of the liver,
ctllvl Prescriptions compounded day or night. Orders by in til
Medicines prom P t b T attended to. Turpentine, Paints,‘Oils, Etc.
A FULL LINS OF FINE AND PANG Y GDGD3.
JOSEPH F. CAZENEUVE
™s orange:
I 111 i /
BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI,
gitffgv^am
Liverpool and London and Globe Insur- Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance
anee Company, Company,
Southern Insurance Company of New Hartford Fire Insurance C mi;.any,
Oilcans, Queen Insurance Company oi Am ric i,
Now York Underwriters Agency, National Insurance Company ot itait-
Home Insurance Company of New York, ford,
Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool, Mississippi Fire Association of Scna-
PhCEnix Insurance Company of Brook- totoia,
iyn, New \ork. Continental Insurance Company of Ne.v
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society York.
of England, ....
Western Assurance Company of Toron- Mississippi Horn ' Insurance L rnipany
nto, Canada, " °i icksburg.
UNITED STATES FIDELITY AND GUARANTY COMPANY.
fir-Prompt and careful attention given tj all lousiness intrusted to us. U.ll • 3—At* Hia ■ vjs
County Bank.
LJAD I ESI
i | ; Jj_
NO NEED OF YOUR
WORRYING
ABOUT GETTING A
PATTERN.
1 Now Keep the STOCK on Hand.
PRICES: soc, 15c and 2 DC.
■ ■nan r~rr~ wur ■~ m 1 v^t— T . T ,
1 0. MAUFFRAY.
DR. E. T. RILEY, M. D., D. 0.,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
Will lp in Buy St. Louis, Mondays. Wednesday- and Fridays.
Office: Over Hancock County Dank. Consultation and examina
t ion free at olHee.
M need o. Gas{on fi J
WOOD Contractor and Builder
Ring up Telephone Vo. TO and your order will be Contracts taken for smail.and largo jobs. Estt
properly attended to. No delay. Big measure, mates made tr-\ and plans and designs cheer-
Orders taken for Brieks Lime, Cement, White * u }b furnished. A liberal stare of patronu m
... „ Q , solicited. Olliers left at Gardebled’s Drug Store
and YeUow Sami, and Charcoal will receive prompt attention. Resldeaoe OQ
CONRAD SICK, Bay St, Louis Brick Yard •'lain, near corner Toulme streets, *
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