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KCIIO Bp.l>isq. Sobicription: $1.50 per Yew, m Advance. Entered at the Bay St. Louis postoffice as sec ond-class mail matter. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE; 3. Political Announcements. Vo announcement will be published In this column !. : —> rash or check accompanies order. tti .n from this rule. An noun eniont for county office. $lO, beat office So. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The Echo is authorized to announce B. P. HARRISON sn a candidate for re-election to the of fice of District Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. for representative : The Echo is authorized to announce EMILE J. GEX as a candidate for Representative from Hancock county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. FOR SHERIFF AND TAX COLLECTOR: The Echo is authorized to announce K. VAN WHITFIELD a candidate for the office of Sheriff and Tax Collector of Hancock county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic primaries. The Echo is authorized to announce ALBERT J. CARVER as a candidate for the office of Sheriff and Tax Collector of Hancock county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. for tax-assessor: The Echo is authorized to announce JOSEPH E. SAUCIER ns a candidate for the office of Tax-As sessor of Hancock county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. for treasurer: The Echo is authorized to announce F. C. BORDAGES, SR., as a candidate for Treasurer of Hancock county, subject lo the action of the Dem ocratic primaries. The Echo is authorized to announce LEON B. CAPDEPON as a candidate for the office of Treasurer of Hancock county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. The Echo is authorized to announce ALCIDE MORAN as a candidate for the office of Treasurer of Hancock county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION: The Echo is authorized to announce W. W. STOCKSTILL as a candidate for the office of Superin tendent of Education for Hancock coun ty, subject to the action of ~ emo ' f r< Tho a 5 authorized to announce JOHN CRAFT as a candidate for the office of Superin tendent of Education for Hancock coun ty, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primaries. . S - •■•-xexSXs | CITY ECHOES. I FREE tuition to all in Harris’ Busi ness College, Jackson, Miss. tf Mr. Erasmus Olivari, of West Pasca goula, visited his relatives here on Wed nesday. Rev. Father Prendergast visited his former parishioners at Gulfport dunng the week. Mrs. Carrie R. Crotser, of Buchanan, Michigan, is visiting her friend. Mrs. Lister, in Union street. Mrs, D. C Lcmley returned to New Orleans yesterday, after a week’s visit to her sister, Mrs. Rea. Mrs. Felix J. Ehrmann came out from Now Orleans this morning on a visit to her aunt, Miss Welch. Miss Bessie Ireland, of Mobile, Ala., is the charming young guest of her friend, .Mrs. W. W. Jonks. Mrs. A. F. Cameron left during the week for a visit of several days to Mrs. Ellen Cue at Kiln, this county. Miss Emma Yuman, of New Orleans, has been spending the week on a visit ty her relative, Mrs. L. Landreaux. The friends of Mr. W. A. McDonald, representative and successful business man, are congratulating him upon the happy occasion of anew arrival at his home—a fine boy. Mrs. Will J. Gibbens entertained in formally on Wednesday afternoon, be fore returning to New Orleans, after a short stay at the family summer home, “Cloverdale.” Probably the most talked-of charac ter on the stage is “Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde.” At Osoinach Opera House, Friday and Saturday night, February 8 and 9th. Scats now selling at the Bay’s Mercantile Co.’s store. John A. Green has purchased the lease of the Imperial Furniture Store to the Carver building, corner Front and Washington streets, and will occupy it with the Green General Merchandise Co.’s business. The Echo’s superb holiday or Christ mas edition is still circulating, and the advertisements are serving to spread publicity after the advertisers have long forgotten the service. About forty copies to different parties were sold at this office daring the week and mailed away. *Mr. Walter J. Gcx has moved his law offices to the new Merchants Bank Building, where his numerous clients, present and prospective, will find him present and his services at their dispo sal. Mr. Gex has fitted up handsome apartments, and it is gratifying to his friends and the townspeople generally to note his rapid rise and successful practice. PETER HELLWEGE. President. BUGEKE H.ROBroTOJHce Present. JOSEPH F. CAZEN'EUVE, Cashier. PETER TUDURT, Aulltmt Hancock County Bank, BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. NO ACCOUNT TOO SMALL POE US. S. M. Penney has gone to New Orleans where he has taken a permanet position. Edgar Prudeaux, assistant postmaster, has been ill at his home for several weeks and is enable to be at his post. Mrs. Ellen Cue has returned to her home at Kiln, after a visit of several days to Bay Bt. Louis friends. Mr. Ed. Robinson and family, of Morrill, Louisiana, have rented one of the Evans' cottages in Union street fo the year round. Mrs. H. Widmer was qalled to New Orleans during the early part of the week by the illness of her mother, who is now better, Mrs. A. F. Cameron left Tuesday af ternoon for Kiln, Miss., where she will spend several days on a visit to her friend, Mrs. Ellen Cue. Friends of Misses Lilia M. and Mattie Evans will be pleased to learn of the continued improvement of their health, and of the favorable prospects of their ultimate complete recovery. Have you yet purchased that Under wood typewriter for your office or store ? One of these splendid machines was de livered lo the mayor of Waveland by the local agent this week. Fred DcPaoli, who has been on the local intar-urbans, has taken the posi tion of freight conductor on the L. & N. and, with Mrs. De Paoli, will make his home at Mobile in the future. James Gilmore Fayard is here from New Orleans in the interest of his Bay St. Louis real estate. Mr. Fayard re cently purchased a home for his own occupancy in the big oity, in Carrollton avenue, for $8,500. City Treasurer Thomas J. Conway’s name is being frequently mentioned in connection with the office for county treasurer, but he has not decided as yet “whether 'fcis best to be or not to be.” You have probably heard of “Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde.” Well, you’ll have a chance to know all about the play next week — two nights—Friday and Satur day, February 8 and 9th, at Osoinach Opera House. Mr. Claud Monti went down to New Orleans this morning on a visit to his wife, who underwent a successful opera tion of & most delicate nature at the Hotel Dieu in New Orleans. A speedy recovery is hoped by the many friends of this estimable yountr couple. a series of Lenten sermons will be given at the Church of Our Lady of the Gulf this year by Rev. Father Pren dergast and Roy. Father Husser, the former on Sunday nights and the latter on Wednesday, Both are entertaining speakers and will draw largely to the church. Mr. and Mr*. Rea are entertaining Mr. H. M. Elliott and bride, who were ma.ried at New Orleans on Wednesday afternoon. Before he marriage Miss Winifred Wilson. Mr. Elliott, former ly engaged in business is a well-known young business man New Orleans, whare he is engaged in lumber exports. Work on Mayor Edwards’ new home in Washington street is progressing rapidly, and Contractor Gardebled is re ceiving much praise on the work. This is one of the handsomest homes of Bay St. Louis and will prove a distinct ac quisition to the (own. Mr. and Mrs. J. Priti will more Mon day into their recently-purchased dwell ing, “Avenue Cottage,” in Carroll ave nue, and Mr. Siting and family, the for mer occupants, will move to Wash ington street, in the cottage occupied by Mr. S. L. Cowand, who have gone to Biloxi. Miss Annie Widmer celebrated her fifteenth birthday anniversary at the home of hef parents, in Carroll avenue, on Sunday. Many friends of the family called dnrtag the afternoon and offered their and many tokens and matoitel remembrances of the eyent were pressed. Mr. R. Fulton O'Brien returned to New Orients Monday evening, after a two-day visit to his parents and Bay St. Louis friends. Our young friend is a valued attachee of the D. H. Holmes es tablishment, and the big firm, in con sideration of faithful service during the holiday rush, gave each of its employes a day’s vacation, hence his stay here Monday. Contractor Ferdinand Ramond is justly proud of his work in constructing the new Merchants Bank Building, which is receiving general praise. Included in his recent fine work previous to this contract are the residences of Mr. Geo. E. Pitcher, Jr., Mr. 6. R. Duval and Mr. W. J. Gcx. Ho has one or two large contract* in sight and hopes to capture them. Manager Osoinach reports thir mor ning that almost the entire seating ca pacity of the Opera House has been sold out for to-night, although a few choice seats can be had by immediate application. The attraction, “A Des perate Chanee,” by Walter S. Baldwin and company, will draw well and prom ises to prove one of the most interesting plays yet produced, John P. Gaspard, aged 74 years, fath er of our townsmen, Messrs. Albert and Sidney Gaspard, was the victim of a cowardly assault Tuesday evening at his tobacco store, 537 Decatur street. A stranger pren ten ding to make a pur chase in the back of the head with a crowbar and continued the fight until apparently dead. The Echo gladly learaa that Mr. Gaspard’s chances of recovery arc hopeful- The Merchants Bank moved on Thurs day into its palatial new home on Front street, two squares south of its former location, and its handsome quarters are the admiration of all visitors, although the interior is not quite finished. In addition to anew Mosler screw door safe, the bank has a fire-proof vault and also safety deposit boxes, which are offered the public at a low yearly ren tal. The success of the bank, with Mr. Geo. R. Rea as cashier, has been phe nomenal and speaks well for the pros perity and solidity of Bay St. Louis. It is indeed gratifying to note so splen did a success, and Bay St. Louis is justly proud of this financial institution, which shows such rapid strides of pros perity and so great a growth of material progress. You are invited to “step in” and visit the new bank:, whether a stock holder, depositor, friend, acquaintance, or stranger. You are welcome ! At the primary elections, to be held this summer, a county surveyor will be voted for, and there is no citizen whom we would rather see elected to the office than our sterling young citizen, Mr. E. S. Drake, a surveyor by profession and a gentleman who would ably and satis factorily fill the trust. Mr. Drake is well and favorably known over the entire county; his services have always been prompt and efficient, and his knowledge, as owner of the Hancock county abstract books, of every piece or tract of land in the county, so to speak, gives him an advantage that would be of invaluable benefit to the people desiring his serv ices. We do not know his intention or disposition in the matter, but we feel and do know tnat, should he consent to become a candidate, his success would be a foregone conclusion. We doubt if he would have opposition. The formal announcement of District Attorney B. P. Harrison as a candidate for district attorney appears in this issue of The Echo. Mr. Harrison is discharg ing the duties of his office with marked ability, and the thorough satisfaction he is giving warrants his re-election. He is wide-awake, active and aggres sive, thorodghly versed in law and zeal ously guards the best interest of the State with much success. Mr. Harri son’s candidacy merits the most earnest consideration of all voters, and his pres ent splendid services deserve such rec ompense that only another term could a ff nrA ’•'’-election would tend to the further amelioration OI i.l c p-ArnoffPJJ of our criminal courts. He will, in due time, visit Bay St. Louis and the peo ple of the county, and, when the occasion presents itself, address the public. After all, there is a good deal in talk- Let a man talk dull times, and it is in fectious; everybody talks dull times. Instead of rustling around to take care of what business there is, they all go sit down and mope over dull times. If a customer does happen to drop into one of these “dull times” stores, he actu ally gets frightened out of one-half as much as he expects to buy, because things look so blue. He catches the spirit of the store and resolves to hang on to all his money with a death grip, even if his business goes to pieces on account of running short of goods to fill up the empty shelves. The bug bear of hard times should be sat down upon. It is doing more to kill business than anything else. Tell a man he is sick, keep it up, and you will eventually hound him to death. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Letters in the Bay St. Louis Post Office for the week ending, Feb. 3, 1907, 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. Miss Serless Johnson, Mrs. Emely Johnson, Mrs. A. McKinney, Lilia Mc- Neal. Gentlemen’s List. Leon Green, J. J. Jeffers, King Ar tha, Frank Lawso, Henry Ryles, An drew P. Thomas, Moses Singleton, Cannon Watson, Newson Williams. Bay St. Louis, Miss. L. J. PIERNAS, P. M. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CjutSjfK For Sale SILVER LACE WY ANDOTTE EGGS. Best strain. Large, vigorous, well-marked egg producers. SI.OO per 13. Satisfaction guaranteed. P. J. SCHEIB, Bay St. Louis, Miss Send at your ordert for Carnations, pink and white; grown in Mississippi. Phone No. 6, J. B. ADAMS, Pass Christian, Mississippi. SALESMEN WANTED. To look after our interest in Hancock and ad jacent counties. Salary or commission. j\kddr6ss * CLOVER OIL AND PAINT Cos. Cleveland, O. Wanted—To buy a gentle family horse for carriage use. Address Mrs. A. U. Gragnon, “Lauraville,” Bay St. Louis, Miss. - LOST—A gold ring, with amethyst setting, on Toulme street, near Garde bled’s Drug Store. Finder will receive reward of §5.00 by returning same to Hanse Rocher, baker. THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER has no equal. Let me sell you one, either for cash or on time. C. G. MOREAU. When in need oi WOOD Ring ap Telephone No. 70 and your order will be properly attended to. No delay. Big measure Orders taken for Bricks,Lime, Cement, White and Yellow Sand, and Charcoal. CONRAD SICK. Bay SL Louis Bnck Yard L. K. GEX, Agt., General Merchandise. Fancy and Staple Groceries. Comei Hancock and Waahln^tcalSts.,ißaySt. Louts, Miss. CASTOniA. feantfe ThOMYw Haw Atways Boat* 9 YEARS AGO WE TOLD YOU - ■ •■■:—==• THAT THE , illi TYPEWRITER was the coming machine. Since then we have bepn forced to enlarge our fac tory four different times to meet the growing demand. TO DAY we can refer you to the largest and best business houses in the world who re commend it unreservedly as the most perfect writing machine made. Underwood Typewriter Cos. When in need of NOTE HEADS, BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, ENVELOPES, CARDS. ETC. Consult THE ECHO. THE CHARTER OF INCORPORATION OF THE BAYOU TALLA LUMBER COMPANY. 1. The corporate title of said company Is The Bavou Talla Lumber Company. 2. The names of the Incorporators are E. N. Haas, Post Office: Kiln, Miss.; T. N. Herlihy.Post Office. Kiln, Miss.; J. M. Givens, Post Office: Kiln, Miss. "■ T'be domicile Is at Bayou Talla, in Hancock county, state of 4. Amount of capital stock, Fifty Thousar-.n Dollars. 5. The par value of shares is One Hundred Dollars. 6. The period of existence (not to exceed fifty years) is Fifty Years. 7. The purpose for which it is created is: The manufacture of lumber and other wood products and to conduct a general merchandising business In connection with the same; to buy, own and hold lands and houses for rent and profit, and for the purposes of its organization said corporation is empowered and authorized to acquire, own, construct and operate saw mills, planing mills, dryers, and all machinery and apoliances neces sary in the operation of said business; and to own and use sailing vessels, steam vessels, bhrges. and other water crafts for the transportation of lumber and timber; and to purchase, own and hold such real estate or timbered lands as may be necessary to supply timber for the operation of said mills, or as a source of investment. The said corporation shall also have the right to hire out its vessels, and other boats, when not in use by them, to others, for profit. 'B. The rights and powers that may be exercis ed by this corporation are those conferred by the provisions of Chapter 24, Mississippi Code, 1906, E. N. HAAS, J. M. GIVENS T. H. HBULIHY, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. State of Mississippi, County of Hancock: This day personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority, E. N. Haas, T. H. Herll hy and J. M. Givens. Incorporators of the corpo ration known as the Bayou Talla Lumber Com pany, who acknowledged that they sign and ex ecuted the above and foregoing articles of incor poration as their act and deed, on this the 28th day of January, 1907. JNO. A. HAAS, Justice of the Peace. TRUSTEE’S SALE. By virtue of the provisions of a deed of trust made by W. T. Rubeli and Carrie Rubell, his wife, on the 2lst day of November, 1904. to secure the payment of a certain indebtedness of $250., with accrued interest to date of final settlement, payable to Merchants Bank, of Bay St. Louis, Miss., and by them assigned to J, N. Moore. Said deed of trust is recorded in Volume A S. pages 489 to 491. of the Records of Deeds of Hancock county, Mississippi, and to satisfy said claim. I, Geo. R. Rea, Trustee, during legal hours on Mon day, February 11th, A. D. 1907. will sell at the front door of the county courthouse, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the follow ing described property: The lands situated in Section 26, Township 8, Sooth of Range 14 west in Hancock county,State of Mississippi. Beginning at a post set on the west side of Bayou Galere, which post is 7 chains 56 links south of a post on the east side of said Bayou where the line between the Hopkins Bou quie Claims of land crosses said Bayou: running south six chains from first said mentioned post, J thence south 61 degrees west 10 chains 20 links to the section line between sections 26 and 27; thence north 13 chains; thence north 79 3-4 de grees (being the south line of Poolson tract) east to said Bayou, thence southerly along the mean derings of said bayou to place of beginning, con containing 10 acres more or less. Also a tract of land between the Burdin tract and Bayou Galere, commencing at the intersection of the line South 61 degrees west with the section line, from said point of Intersection due East to said Bayou, thence down the west bank of said bayou follow ing its meanderings to original point of beginn ing of Burdin tract. Being the same land pur chased by W. T. Rubell from W. T. Moon by deed dated November 19, 1904. Together with all and singular the improvements thereon or appurte nances thereto belonging, or In anywise apper taining. GE<>. R. REA, Trustee. Bay St. Louis, Miss., Jan. 26,1907. FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION. By virtue of a resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Waveland, Miss., of date December 10th, 1906, I will proceed to sell at Public Auction, at the Town Hall door, on St. Joseph street, Waveland, Miss., on Saturday. February 16th, 1907, at 12 o’clock m., the follow ing described property to the highest bidder for c&sti * That land situated In the County of Hancock, State of Mississippi, and within the corporate limits of the Town of Waveland. Mississippi, and more particularly described as follows, towlt: A certain lot of land, being a part of a sub division of land of Mrs, E. W. Ulman, deceased, and now in the Fourth Ward of said Town of Waveland, and measuring as follows: 127’ on Nicholson avenue, 397‘ 11“ on Davis avenue, 221* 2“ on the rear line and 391‘ on tne side line nearest the Railroad and is bounded on the north-east by Nicholson avenue, north-west by Davis avenue, south-west by lands owned b> L. H Fairchild, and on the south-east by land owned by estate of E. W. Ulman. and being the same property acquired by the Town of Wave land, under a writ of seizure and sale—all as per plat of said town made by E. S. Drake, surveyor, and filed In the office of the Clerk of the Cnan cery Court of Hancock County for record on July sth, 1905. A' deposit of ten per cent on the purchase price will be required of said purchaser on date of sale. The Town reserves the right to withdraw said sale and reject any and ail bids. Attest: JOHN J. BORDAGES, E. LAIZER, Marshal Town of Waveland Secretary y. t, Waveland, January 14th, 1907 , 3w. TRUSTEE’S SALE, By virtue of the provisions of a deed of trust made by the‘‘AUlanoe Lumber Company,” a cor poration duly organized under the laws of Penn sylvania. on the 3rd day of April A. D. 1903, to secure the payment of a certain Indebtedness in the sum of Fifty Thousand ($50,00)) Dollars, with the accrued interest up to date of final settlement to A. M. Turner, of Pittsburg. Pa., which is re corded in Volume of Deeds B-3, pages 107, 108. 109,110. 111, 112,113. 114, of Hancock county, Mis sissippi. during the legal hours, on MONDAY, the 4TH DAY OF FEBRUAKY, A. D. 1907, at the front door of the County Courthouse, at public outcry, to the best bidder for cash, 1 will sell to satisfy said indebtedness the following pi jees, parcels or tracts of lands and other property sit uated and described as follows, town: The Stephen Jarrell Claim, comprising of the east half of section nine (9), and the west half of section ten (10), in township six (8), south range (17) west, containing 638 and 24.10* (638.24) acres. The north-west quarter of the south-east quar ert of the north-east quarter of section twenty BARGAINS! BAROAINSI BARGAINS! IN - - - / Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Pants and Notions! AT THE BAY’S MERCANTILE COMPANY, EVERYTHING MUST GO, REGARDLESS OF COST ! ! JOHN OSOINACH. one (21), township five (5) south range seventeen (IT) west, containing eighty (80) acres. The northwest quarter of the southwest quar ter of section thirty, three (33) township Are (5) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing thirty-nine and 80-100 ;39.80) acres. The east half of the north-west quarter of sec tion thirty-three (33) and the east half of the southwest quarter of section twenty-eight (28). township five (5) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing one hundred and fifty-nine and CI-100 (159 61) acres. The northwest quarter of section twenty-one (21), township five (5) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing one hundred and sixty (180) acres. The northeast quarter of the southeast quarter and south-west quarter of the south-east quarter of the east half of the southwest quarter of sec tion thirty-three (33), township five (5) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing one hun --edand ftity-nlne and 22-100 (159.22) acres. Tne soitii-easi porter of the south-east quav er and the north west quarter of the south-east quarter of section thirty-three (33) township five (5) south of range seventeen (17) west, contain ing seventy-nine and 61-100 (79.61) acres. The north-east quarter of section thirty-three (33), the south-east quarter of section twenty eight (28) and the north half of lot number four (4) in section thirty-four (34) all In township five (5) south o 5 range seventeen (17) west, contain ing (360) acres. The lots numbers three (3) and six (6) of sec tion thirty-four (34). township five (5), south of range seventeen (17) west, containing one hun dred and sixty (160) acres. The west half of the north-west quarter and the north west quarter of the south-west quar ter and the south-east quarter of the southwest quarter of section twenty-seven (27) township five (5) south range 17 f 17) west, containing one hundred and fifty-six and 48-100 (156.48) acres. The east half of the north-east quarter of sec tion twenty-one (21) and the west half of the south-west quarter of section twentv-two (22) in township five (5) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing one hundred aud fifty-eight and 83-100)158.83) acres. The east half of the north-east qnarter and north-west quarter of the north-east quarter of section twenty-one (21) township live (5) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing one hundred and twenty and 12-100 (120-12) acres. The unexplred ninety-nine year lease of sec tion sixteen (16) township live (5) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing six hundred and forty (610) acres, also the timber rights granted by the Board of Supervisors. The unexpired ninety-nine year lease of sec tion sixteen (16) township six (6) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing six hundred and forty (640) acres, also the timber righta granted by the Board of Supervisors. The Bouth-west quarter of the north-east quar ter, the south-east quarter of the north west quarter and the north-west quarter of the south west quarter of section eight (8), township six (6) south of range seventeen (17) west, contain ing one hundred and twenty (120) acres. A tract of land designated as beginning at the north-east corner of the north-west quarter of the south-east quarter of section fifteen (15), township six (6), south of range seventeen (171 west; thence run west six (6) degrees on said half section line seven hundred feet (700) to a post; thence south six (6) degrees two hundred and ten (210) feet to a post; thence east sixteen (16) degrees south seven hundred and forty-eight (748) feet to a post: thence north six (6) degrees east four hundred and eighty (480) feet to the place of beginning, and being a part of the north west quarterof the south-east quarter of section fifteen (15), township six (6) south of range seventeen (17) west. A tract of land described as beginning at a post set three hundred and fifteen feet (315) west of the south-east corner of the south-west quarter of the north-east quarter of section fifteen (15), township six (6), south of range seventeen (17) west, thence run north four hundred and thirty four (434) feet to a post; thence west ten hun dred and five [loos] feet to a post; thence south four hundred and thirty-four (434) feet to a post; thence east, ten hundred and five (10o5) feet on the said half section line to the place of begin ning. and being a part of the sontn-west quarter of the north-east quarter of section fifteen (16), township six (6) south of range seventeen (17) west, containing about ten (10) acres. The east half of the south west quarter, the south-west quarter of the south-east quarter of section twenty (2fl), the south-west quarter of the south-west quarter of section twenty-one (21). the north west quarter or the north-west quarter of section twenty eight (28), and the north-east quarter of the north-easi quarter of section twenty-nine (291, all in township five (5), south of range seventeen (17) west, con taining about two nundred and forty (240) acres. The lots numbered two (2), four (4) and five (5) of section three (3), township six (6), south of range seventeen (17) west, containing two hundred and thirty nine and 21 100 (239.21) acres. The forty (40) acres of Stephen Jarrell claim situated in the south-west comer of section ten (10) township six (6) south of range seventeen (17) west, heretofore sold by James T. Mary and wife to T. T. Terrell as per deed dated Decem ber 30th, 1903, and reported In Book 7, page 13, is hereby reserved. A tract of land described as beginning at the south-east comer of the south-west quarter of the north east quarter of section fifteen (15), township six (6) range seventeen (17) west, running thence west along said quarter section line three hundred and fifteen (31a) feet; thence north four hundred and thirty-four (434) feet; thence east to said quarter section line, thence south 431 (434) feet along said quarter section line to the point of beginning at said quarter sec tion comer. Said tract containing three (3; acres more or less and situated in the south-west quarterof the north-east quarter of section fif teen (15) township six (6) range seventeen (17) west in Hancock county, State of Mississippi. Also one saw mill and planing mill, together with all the machinery and appliances thereto belonging, known as the Picayune Lumber Mill, also the locomotive and tramway, five (6) eight wheel wagons and forty oxen, also the dry kilns and a!l other machinery and property incidental or appurtenant tnereto. All of said property be ing located at Pjcayune, in the said oounly of Hancock and State of Mississippi. Also all the merchantable pine saw timber on the following described land: all of the south east quarter of section fifteen (15) township six (6) south of range seventeen (17) west, lying west of the N. O. & N. E. R. R., Right-of-way, except land conveyed to the rail road company, viz: Being the north east quarter of the south east quarterof section fifteen (ifi), the said town ship and range, and being that part which lies on the west side of the right-of-way of said railroad, being thirty (30) acres more or less, and further excepting six (6) acre* situated in the northern gart of the north-west quarter of said tract, and eretofore sold to the “Picayune Lumber Cos.” The said J. H. Stevens and his assigns are here by granted the right to enter upon the said lands at any time after the turpentine season of 1905, until the first day of January, 1907, with tolls, wagons, carts, laborers, and other appliances necessary or convenient for the removal of said timber. AH the above lyinq and being situated in county and State aforesaid. Also one sawmill, planing mill and dry kilns, together with all the machinery and appliances thereunto belonging, known as the Picayune Lumber A Manufacturing Company, also one lo comotive and the tramways, now built or located at Pioayune, in the said county and State, also all wagons, oxen, and all other property, incidental or appertaining to the present saw mill opera tion: C. G. KISKADDON, Trustee. Bay St. Louis, Miss., January 12 , 1907. 3 Well, I guess nit! Wo have seen men sm 'king; wo hare seen boys smoking; we have seen woman smoking; we have sseu)! imps smoking; ami wo have seen gas jets smoking. What is more disgusting or unhealthy than to see or to have any thing smoking? Then why not use ELECTRIC LIGHTo? RATES FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING: METER RATES: iHc per M. (I cent per hour per 10 c, p. lamp). FLAT RATE, Ito and lights, 90 cents mh. I 25 per cent discount on “ ** 4to 10 lights 75, cents each. ) bills over $10.0). BAYS!. 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