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•: WEEK'S II 1 RMPniatß^f Sep ad in another column of 3000 gal lons home-made syrup for sale. 57.50 Genuine Panama Hats. The Bay Mercantile Company. Circuit court for Hancock county -will convene on Monday next, Judge Ballen ger presiding. , Mrs R. W. Webb spent part of the week visiting relatives and friends in New Orleans. Exclusive agency at the Bay Mercan tile Company—Julia Marlowe Shoes for ladies, and Beacon Shoe* for men. Mrs. R. N. Blaize and son, Master Reginald Blaize, of Pass Christian, spent Tuesday with relatives in this city. Rev. Bro. Stanislaus, of the local col lege, was a business visitor to Dunbar, La., Tuesday, at which place he spent the day. Mrs. L. Landreaux has returned from New Orleans, where she spent five days delightfully visiting relatives and friends. During the Lenten season the Bay Pictorium will show on Monday, Thurs day and Saturday nights, unless other wise advertised, Hammocks, Refrigerators and lee Cream Freezers just received. Before purchasing get our prices. The Bay Mercantile Company. Mrs. John Rexach entertained the Embroidery Club at her hospitable home Monday afternoon,assisted by her daughter Miss Adele. Hans Rocher and Miss Vicky Luc were quietly married in New Orleans on Monday, February 13, 1914, in the pres ence of relatives and friends. Mr. E. H. Hoffmann, who has been quite ill the past two weeks or more, is reported decidedly better and able to be up ana about in his room. Mr. Otto Fayard has been a frequent visitor to New Orleans, where his wife has been ill since her visit to the Carni val, but is reported much better. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Bourgeois returned to their home at Waveland on Tuesday evening from New Orleans, where they spent the Carnival season. Complaints have been made to The Echo of a number of stray cattle found roaming on the beach front. This condition is without reason and we bops will soon be remedied. t Miss Ida Plunkett, assistant State li brarian, has returned to her home at Jackson, after a few days’ visit to ner sister, Mrs. E. J. Gex, and their mother who is visiting here. Mr. R, R. Perkins, president of the Imperial Naval Stores Cos. and presi dent of the Merchants Bank, left on Tuesday night for Washington, D. C., to attend a business conference. Contractor Mead and his force of men have completed the concrete pil ing to be used in constructing the sea wall footing, and the work of sinking the some hit) piling will shortly begin. Our specialty—Ladies’ $2.50 and $3.50 Julia Marlowe Low Cuts. Bay Mer cantile Company, Mrs. R, L. Breath returned home from New Orleans Wednesday evening, to which place she was called by the illness of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ernest J, Leonhard, who is now doing well. Miss Welch returned home yesterday afternoon from New Orleans, where she was at the sick bedside of her neice,Mrs. Blanche Avery Ehrman, w'hose condi tion shows a marked improvement. At its annual meeting,held this week, the Peoples Building & Loan Associa tion, a dividend of 8 per cent was de clared and members of the former board of directors were re-elected as well as the same officers. The association shows a continuous growth from year to year. Johnson Floor Finishes, exclusive agency. The Bay Mercantile Company. St. Stanislaus college basketball team trimmed the Manual Training School team of New Orleans, in this city, last Sunday in a fast uphill game, score 11- 7. Members of the New Orleans team were guests of the college for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lorch, of New Or leans, were visitors to their summer home on Sunday, anticipating an early return to remain for the summer sea son,—pleasant news for their Bay St. Louis friends. Attention is called to the advertise ment of J. E. Briggs, jeweler and op tometrist, Bay St, Louis, which appears in anoiher column of this week’s Echo. This 25-per-cent-off-sale is bona fide and will last for 30 daj s. There will be a regular meeting of Pere Leduc Council, K. C., tomorrow— Sunday—W. OW. Hall at 2:30 o’clock. The regular hour of meeting is changed from night time to the afternoon on account lenten church services at night, Mr. Alcide Ladner spent Sunday in New Orleans, where his little son Rus sell is convalescing from a serious sur gical operation. The little fellow stood the ordeal remarkably well and his cheer fulness and friendliness has made him a favorite with the different attendants by his bedside. Mrs. A, Beuchel left for New Orleans Tuesday morning, in which city she will spend a while visiting relatives. Her daughter. Miss Cuneo, who is spending the winter with friends in St. Louis, is expected home about the 15th, to the pleasure of her home friends. T. M. Favre, of Gulfport, builder of the seawall recently completed in this city, passed through here Tuesday en route to Mandeville, La., where he is building a number of barges for the new Poitevent sawmill. Mr. Favre, the owner of a shipyard at Gulfport, was the successful bidder in a competition where some thirty contractors partici pated to build two dredgeboats for the United States Government, for use at Norfolk, Va. The figures of bis bid amounted to nearly $30,000. He was the only bidder from the South, pitted : against big concerns of the North and i East and is to be congratulated upon his success. Upon information received, Marshal Albert Jones this week preferred a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses against Peter G. Fayar, a well-young man, resident of Wave land, who is charged with forging the name of E. V. Bourgeois, a resident of Waveland, to a check of $2.00 He was released on bond of SIOO-00. Since the foregoing was set in type, Fayard was tried in the Mayor’s Court,found guilty and fined $5 and costs. He threw him self on the mercy of the court and his aged and sick mother interceded in his behalf. Mr. G. E. Templet returned home Tuesday night from Lutcher, La., to which place he had been called by a message announcing the death of his brother-in-law, Albert L. Aucoin, well known resident of Lutcher, a native of Louisiana, aged 54 years. He is sur vived by his widow and eight children. Mr. Aucoin had spent the Carnival sea son with part of his family in New Or leans and was apparently in good health, until Friday night, at 11 o’clock when he expired suddenly from a stroke of apoplexy. Travelers to New Orleans Tuesday morning on the Coast trains saw the sign of mourning, a long piece of black crepe, tacked to the door of one of the bumble-looking camp houses, at Rigo lets. Mrs. B. F. Saul, aged 35 years, was found dead at her husband’s fishing camp late Monday afternoon. Heart disease caused her death. For years the couple were located at Rigoletsand Mrs. Saul was known by hundreds of fishermen and hunter^. Mr. S. Lissa Engman, assistant cash ier of the Hancock County Bank, at Pass Christian, is a regular visitor home eve ry Saturday evening and Sunday. At Pass Christian he has succeeded Mr. Robert Locg, who has moved to New Orleans to become chief book-keeper for the American Door, Blind and Sash Factory. Young Engman is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Engman, a gradu aie of St. Stanislaus College, and a most estimable and deserving young gentleman. There is additional joy at beautiful “Elmwood” home, where Mr, and Mrs. Donald Marshall reside. A little daugh ter was born to this estimable couple on Friday morning of last week. Col. Charles Marshall, superintendent of the L. & N. Railroad Company,thus becomes a grandfather. Congratulations and good wishes are in order and The Echo joins with the wide circle of friends in heartiest felicitations. Just received a line of $20.00 Suits— your choice for sls cash. We guaran tee them. The Bay Mercantile Cos. Mr. Charles Dorhaner and Miss Es ther Bierhorsd, well-known vocalists of New Orleans, were guests Sunday of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Rex ach, at “Kenwood” home. Mr. Dor haner and Miss Bierhorsd sang at ser vices during the day at Christ Episco pal church. Miss Thelma Bierhorsd, contralto, will sing tomorrow, at the place. Mr. Eddie Bordages has returned from his stay at San Antonio, Texas, and is\ Visiting his father, Hon. F. C. Bord ages, Sr., his health considerably improved. His brothers, Messrs. Dan and Frank, have also returned home from San Antonio. The patient is im proving appreciably, thanks to Bay St. Louis equable climate. China Closets, Bed Lounges, Rattan Rockers, Brass and Iron Beds, Felt and Moss Mattresses, Children’s Beds, in fact, a full line of FURNITURE at the Bay Mercantile Company’s Store. Preparations are under way for the dedication of the Fourth Ward School Building, which event will occur in the near future. County Supt. Jno. Craft and Miss Edwards, principal, have the immediate arrangements in charge, with City Supt. Ives co-operating, all work ing under the auspices of the City Board of School Trustees. Due notice will be given and the public invited. A handsome new five-passenger Buiek automobile reached here yesterday for Octave Fayard & Son, liverymen, who will put the ear into comfmission in their business. The machine excites the admiration of all who see it and should prove a good business puller for its pro gressive owners. Mr. C. V. Goffinet, a splendid young gentleman of Tell City, Ind,, is spend ing a few days in our city, after enjoy ing the New Orleans Carnival. He will be met by his lather next week. Miss Sidonia Taconi, daughter of James Taconi, was taken to New Or leans Wednesday morning lor an oper ation lor appendicitus, accompanied by Mrs. Archie J. Letten, who will remain witb tbe patient until well. ECHOES OE BOARD. OF SUPERVISORS’ MARCH PROCEEDINGS A tegular monthly meeting of the : Board of Supervisors was held at the 1 Courthouse Monday. There were pres i ent Wiley Smith, president; H 3 Wes son, NT Mauffray, Joseph L. Favre, 1 members; F Van Whitfield, sheriff, and | A -V Vergoden, clerk. The reports of the county superinten dent of education, county health officer and the sheriff were read in open board, approved and ordered filed. Ordered that $64 be paid Supt. John Craft out of school fund as pro rata sal ary for the month of February. Ordered by the board that the plans and specifications presented by John Henry for steel lining the county jail adopted, ordered filed and clerk direct ed to advertise .n official .ournai for bids for said work. J E Smith, absent member, fined $lO. to be excused if valid reason be given. A B Nellums, keeper of county poor house at Gainesville, presented bond; same not being presented in proper shape it was rejected. He was granted until nest meeting to iile another bona. The apportionment of the poll rax to the different school funds by the coun ty clerk fcrthe months oi July, Au gust, September and insolvent poll .tax es collected was read in open board, ap proved and ordered file, and the follow ing amounts issued to the different school district out of the school fund, as follows; City of Bay St. Louis, $80.35; town of, Waveland, $11.90. Same for October, November and December, Bay St. Louis, $179; ? town, of Waveland, $20.40. Ordered that \V. W. Sfcockslill be a : - lowed for services rendered in the cause of Hancock county vs M E Ansley, and payable out of the general county fund the sum of SIO.OO. Dr. J. C. Ballard, of Natchez, located in this city the past year or more, has moved to Biloxi, where, with his excell ent T : .y, he will reside in future. Dr. j I Bail?.:’ j made many friends.while here I and ■. * y away is generally re gretted, Our loss is Bile L grr.n, ’ *%X 3’ ftH .ik 11 5^gVlt a D ;Vi !■ &§ s 3 & b : %■- fj ijiiin 3 iferw li Solo singing at Christ Episcopal; Church during the Sundays in Lent— j Services in the morning at tl o'cloek i and in the afternoon at 3:3) o’clock. Miss Thelma Bierhorrd comes highly retoraended as a vocalist, possessing a well trained, rich contralto voice of large compass. Her sister, Miss Esther J Bierhorscl, who possesses a “svreet so prano,” is expected to sing at the morn ing service. Miss Thelma will sing the contralto solo, ‘‘There is a Green Field Far Away.” The endeavor is to make the 3:30 o’clock service a popular one. Mr. Qharies Dorhaner sang the “Holy j City” last Sunday with much power and ; his cxcellen baas voice was very effect ive in the beautiful rendition of the Holy City. He will sing again on Sun day March 15th, at 3:30 o’clock p, m. Questions of doubt and difficulty can be asked at any service. Come, and hear the beautiful solo singing. BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST. There will be services next Sunday— tomorrow evening at 7:30 o’clock. Theme: Too Second Coming of Christ, Special music. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Everyone is cordially invited to wor ship with us. Come, may God bless you and yours! Yours in Christ, CARL M. O’NEAL, Pastor. The Ladies’ Aid Society of the Baptist Church. The Ladies’ Aid Society of the bap tist church met Tuesday afternoon in regular meeting, Mrs. W. U. Sylvester presiding. After a scripture reading by the president and prayer, the society ! went into regular business session. Tne chicken pie dinner to be given for the benefit of the church was agreed upon for next Tuesday, March 10th.: The following-named officers were elected for the ensuing term: Presi dent, Mrs. A. C. McClung; secretary,; Mrs. W. W. Stockstill; treasurer, Mrs..; Geo, A. Cuevas. Committee will be ap pointed by the president and announc- i ed later. A special meeting is called for next Monday at 3 o’clock, preparatory to the Tuesday diaae r . We shall appreciate any kindnesses rendered by our friends. CARL M. O’NEAL, Pastor. C ASTORIA , For Infants and Children in Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of Cardinal Gibbons reached New Or leans thi? week on bis annual visit to his brother, John T. Gibbons. Lt, Governor Bilbo announced yes terday that he would attack Governor Brewer’s bill of costs for SIO,OOO for penitentiary detectives. -t ' j George W. Vanderbilt, who created j the famous Biltn >re estate, near Ashe- j ville, died yester by, aged 52 years. m SEA COAST ECHO, BAT ST. LOUTS, MMSISSim CASHIER REA’S HiFATHEH OEM AGED Ot YEARS. Frank M. Bembert, Pionoei* Merc Ik 1 it of Wesson, Miss.. ; Died M tuF;- Morning at Home ot His Daughter— lied Vrated Bay St. Louis, truest of Grandson, and Was Known Here. Cashier George Rerabert Rea, of the Merchants Bank, was called to Wesson, Miss., Monday by a message announc ing the death of his maternal grandfath er. Frank M. Rembeit, which occurred at the ; o ne of Mrs. J. S. Rea, daugh ter of the deceased, Mrs. J. S. Rea. Prank M. Rambert was born in Wilk- I insoa county In 1823, and had lived in i Copiah county most of his life. Kewas in Copiah county most of his life, and was in business in Hazelhurst for many ; years. He is survived by two daughters,*!:"'. | J. S. Rea, of Wesson, and Mrs. J. r i. Covington, of Summit, and . five sons, Andrew Kembert, of Houston, Texas; Frank T. Rembert and John i\ Rem- bert, of Longview, Texas; Dr. I. B. Rembert, of Moss Point, and Dr. Geo. ; W. Rembert, of New Orleans. Fun< ral services were held Tuesday morning ot Wesson, at the residence of iris daughter, and were conducted by Rev. J. H. Foreman of the .Methodist church, assisted by Rev. J. M. Wil liams, cf the Presoyterian church. A itS ugb passed his 90th milestone of S. *• * , M;. Rembert, until recently, en joyed .ceileat health, and until his death his mind was remarkably active. He visited Bay St. Louis a few seasons since on a visit to his grandson and while here formed quite a circle of ac quaintances, all of whom will regret to learn of the news of his demise. Big assortment of Spring Suits, Pants and Hats just received. The Bay mercantile Company. i .. .- - - -■ — 1 '-1 lU Your Printing rzq run If it i? worth doing, at all. it's worth do ing well. ( □ I First class work at all times is I our motto. * □ | Let us figure with you on your next job. r ~ --— *■ ■- 3*wT 0.000 FEET^O Iron Fencei CHEAPER than Wood achs®! The Stewart iron Works Cos. CINCINNATI. OHIO The Largest Manufacturers of Iron Fence In the World, have purchased enough raw material to make 3,000,000 Feet of Iron Fence! end have allotted 10,000 Feet for this territory, \ : ieh we are authorized to ceil at a pnee revs r before heard of. . Now h The Time to “FIX UP!” Take advantage of this opportunity end put up a neat Iron. Fence in front of your home. IRON FENCE FOR ALL PURPOSES! RfuMenee*. Schools*, drarchw, Ceme* terlea. Grave Lot Enclosures, Etc. lllTOver 200 DESIGNS to Select from. For BEST PRICE call ca or address A. A. KERGOSIEN, Agent. Pw * u J rrW / / B to One |j Man. P . But an adfcrtiseinent in this paper /talks to the whole community. Idea ? 1 STATEMENF OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF IHT3 PF/fFiFs mmm m loan ass ! n, Domiciled in tbe City of Bay St. Leou, of the county of Hancock, of the State of Mississippi, at the close of business, on tne 31st day of December, 1913, ren dered in compliance with the require ments of Chapter 167, laws of I^l2, assetsF” Loans and mortgages, $31124.30 Loansoo shares of the Assoeiati 0r... 1245-00 Tct'. force 32309.30 Rod F‘ - tc. acne. r-.ind.-ure and fixtures 84 00 Tnlerest due and unpaid 457 25 Taxes, insurance, etc,, advanced (ledger accounts) 13.21 Oasn on deposit with Merchants Bank, $341.49 Cash on hand, 23.47 Total 304.96 Total assets, 33288.72 LIABILITIES, Dues, $23927.00 Profits on account of: (Jan. and Feb. 1913, interest $404.58 in cluded) 4795.44 Interest,(§4o4 58 excluded,s4s7.- 25 int due inc.) §2403.95 Fines, None. All other sources, with drawals, 112.54 Gorss profits, 2516.49 Less expenses, taxes insurance* 550.54 Net profits, 1965.95 Loan- dun and incomplete,none ■i .s payable, 2400 00 Surplus to contingent fund,and to conserve dividends 189 48 Suspense account 10 25 Total liabilities $33288.72 expenses, January and February, 19bend of last fiscal year, and is not included in above expenses. Series j fa3jST2I g2§• £ J KBD 1 No. I*o j_? U? 2| 1 .. I S* : vl - I; : <?§ L 5 2 . 680 680 M 33 j 800 000 Q 1 0 I 300 300 K 107 5 5 321 00 7805 399 05 T 39 9 4 213 001 5105 204 65 U 102 77 9 4755 00j 156206 631706 v ' ? 22 15 4939 20 140942 6348 62 W 73 40 28 1767 00 39176 2158 76 N 63 81 33 3050 40 58675 363715 Y 02j 7ii 35 2479 80 32958:2809 38 Z 40 103 36 2477 40 24740 2724 80 A.A 26 107 53 1673 40 98911177231 28 18 135 46 1425 60 4046 1466 06 29 8 173] 67 809 40 | 809 44 * 911 3,'U $25957.60 §4795.44 §30688.99 Book value of each series, same as “Total value of each series.” Withdrawal value of each series,— Installments and 10 per cent, of profits for each year that he has been a stock holder. Estimated net profit. $196595. Dividend not to be declared until February 28, 4914, end of fiscal year. £ tat'mant Showing the Receipts and Disbursements, made by said Bulld hm and Loan Association, during the year, beginning with the first day of January, 1913. RECEIPTS. Gash on hand, January 1, 1913, 2212 05 Dues 6631 80 Interest, 2351 28 Pines None Loans repaid: 3345 21 By matured shares.. C h nvi -c, taxes and insurance.. 137 75 Bills payable, 4000 00 Total receipts, 18678 09 DISBURSEMENTS. I ■ .ns (Paid Borrowers:) On nortgages 9222 62 On shares of the Assm 695 00 Furniture and fixtures, 00 0917 62 'expenses: : - 240 00 docks, stationery, etc.,... 24 98 L'. • < - :r\ cond, 115 00 insurance, None Kent, 3,; 00 Interest on borrowed 210 11 - , , 626 09 A 1 x ■ -van af stock, 1643 40 L; if me.ct 1 f Series Sand TANARUS., ($117.23 mt, to mature inc. in xpsnses) 4441 25 : . s payable repaid 1600 00 Taxes and insurance advanced 84 77 Total disbursements, 18313 13 Cash on hand, ;jg4 y(j $ 18678 09 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, i Hancock County. J Personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority, J. A, Breath, who, after being duly sworn deposes j and states on oath the following : I- That he is the secretary of the Building and Loan Association, for which the foregoing statements are made; 2. That he has carefully compared the said statements with the records of I sa jd Building and Lban Association and 3. The said statements are in all things true, correct and complete. J. A. Breath, Sworn to and subscribed before me. this the 29th day of January, 1914. A. A. KERGOSIEN, STATISTICAL MATTERS. Pian, installment; when organized, December 18, 1889; incorporated Janu ary 18, 189(; number of borrowers, 71; number of shares held by them, 331; Non-borrowing members,7o; number of shares held by them, 580; par value of shares, matured, SIOO 00; monthly dues per share, 60 cents; monthly of install ments necessary to mature a share, 116 to 120: number of foreclosures during the aboye calendar year, none; presi dent’s name, Richard Meades; treasu rer’s name, George R. Rea. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. i Administrator’s Notice to Creditors of J. B. D ' Nicaise, Deceased. Letters of administration having been granted pn the 16th day of October A. D. 1913, by the C hancery Court of Hancock county, Mississippi, to the undersigned upon the estate of J. B. D. Nscaise, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the said estate to present the same to the clerk of said court for probate and registration,according to law, with in one year from this dateor they will be forever barred. EDDIE PAVRE, Administrator inis the 7th day of November, 1913 CHANCERY SUMMONS. Tha State of Mississippi. To Frank Keith;— Yon are commanded t> appear before the Chancery Court of the county of Hancock, In sajd State, on the third Monday of May, A. D. 19U, to defend the suit in said court of Mrs. Anna Keith, wherein you are a defendant. This lath day of December, 1913. A. A. KBRGQ9ISN. Qterk* The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over SO years, has borne the signature of , /> —and has been made under his per-* sonal supervision since its infancy* '~*tas*y2 t 4‘Cocc/U'tei Allow no one to deceive you in this* All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good*' are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment* Wh: CASTORIA Gastoria is a harmlr ■. i-’ibstituto for Castor Oil, Pare goric, .Drops and Berthing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither O, .m, .or phi no nor other Narcotic substance. Its age i;-> its guarantee* It destroys Worms and allays Eeverishuev*. H cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It rr .v i Tec; hing Troubles, cures Constipation and Plata•*. - It . Imitates the Food, regulates the Stomach mu! In . r ‘ : h althy and natural sleep. The i V .... . Ine - IrtUer’s Friend, CEf- TOR IA ALWAYS :,:X3 The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 7T MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, HATS, SHOEs, ETC. HARDWARE STOCK IS COMPLETE. —■ i " -- - -ii 1 1, i Trade With Jos. 0. Mauffray, Bay St. Louis, Miss. Notice to Contractors Sealed bids are Invited as follows: First: For protecting the support rods of the sea wall of Bay St. Louis by nv.-ans of casting of asphalt and gu.ny sack, as per specifications on file, and. Second: For providing and placing dead men and connecting same with said ,va 1. wi-h galva nized guy wires, as per sp .oifi rations on tlie. Third: To extend the drains at the head of Main Street: at North side of Mauffray prop-Ttv, occupied by J. E. Briggs, and at head of Union Street out side of the Sea Wall, per plans ana specifications. Sealed bids for said work will be received up to 7:30 P. M. Marcti 2oth, 191 i. and should be address to Joseph F. Caz nea e. chairman ed- Bids wtil be opened by the Bond Commit “ion publicly at its meeting, to be held in thfj City Hall of Bav St. Louis at 8 o’clock P. M. on March 20th, 1914. The Bond Commission reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The successful bidder or bidders will be required to enter into contract, and give bond forme faithful perfor mance of his contract JOSEPH F. CAZEVEUVE. Chairman Bond Comm®sion. Bay St. Louis, February 13, 1914. Notice to Contractors Sealed bids for filling, by suction dredge, be hind thf sea wall along the front la the City of Bay St. Louis,Mississippi, are Invited. Tne'wall is approximately 2 #4 feet, md 7.3, r > cubic yards more or less, will be required to make a filling The earth will have to be taken about I.* feet from the wall and under such rules as have been prescribed by the War Department. Plans and specifications are ou file with R. F. O’Brien, clerk of the Bond Commission, and may be in spected, or copies may be obtained on depositing 82 .'jo, which will be returned on return of plans and specifications In good order. Sealed bids for said work will be received up to 7:30 p. m. March 20,1914, and should be ad dressed to Joseph F. Cazeneuve. chairman. Bids will be opened by the Bond Commission public ly at its meeting, to be held in the City Hail of Bay t>t. Louis,at 8 o’clock p. m, on Mar h 2')' 1914. Tne Bond Commission reserves th** right to reject any and ail bids. The successful bid der will be required to enter into contract and give bond for the faithful'performance of his contract JOSEPH F. CAZDN'EUVE. Chairman Bond Commission. Bay St. Louis, Miss.. I y This' I i Is for Sale 1 jjj ill Why not use *•% II fill ■ it to advertise !r 11 |j| * your wares a | I Notice to Painters. The Board of the City of Bav St. Louis, Mis?., will raeeivo sealed bids for the painting, two coats, on the exterior of tne city col. school according to specifications to tie had from the an Bids must be filed with the secretary no later than Monday, February 2.*}, 1914. JOHN OSOINACH, Secretary. Bay St. Louis, Miss.. Feb. 7. 1914. CHARTER OF INCORPORATION OF— KILN DRUG CO. “ Ud C ° mPmy 1S KUn 2. The names of the Incorporators are:.J W Moody, post office, Kiln, Miss ; W. w, Allred - Klfo,°Mis^ J K,ln * Miaß * ; Eddie Favre * Postofflce,’ 3. The domicile is at Kiln, Miss. hS-JSjKS! 0 ' stock * Twenty-four Dollars? 6 par Va,Ue 0f Bhareß is one Hundred V earsU h s e i?lfty o Ye o a f r 6Xi3tenCe (DOt t 0 exceed 501 i. The purpose for which it is created: To a Keneral dru business. To se 1 dru 8- s - soda water, stationery and ad things connected with the drug business. To own land necessary to operate its business . xae rights and powers that may be erer eisi by this corporation are tho-o conferred by tne provisions of Chapter 24. Mississippi Code V IDOj - J. W. MOObY’. W. W. ALLRED, EDDIE FAVRE ACKNOWLEDGMENT ‘ State of Mississippi, County of Hanoook: Tris day personally appearel before me, the undersigned autaorftv, J. W. Moodv W w Allred and Eddie Favre, incorporators of the incorporation known as tne Kiln Drag Cos. who thac ! hey ai^ed and executed! tne aoove and foregoing articles of Incorpora tion as their act an J deed on this the 29ch day of January. 1914. W. E GARRErr; Justice of the Peace. Beat 4„ AN ORDINANCE amendiug an ordinance 40, new series, entitled an ordinance prohibit ing the running at large of cattle wirmin tho said described territory of the city of Louis, and providing for the Impounding of eat tie so running at large, aed otherwise femriM; iqg the running at large of cattle within the'said described territory of said city, a saia Be it ordained by the Board of Mayor and Al dermen of the city of Bay St, Louis that mW ordinance No. 4u, new series, be and it is amend ed so as to provide that the fee for taking such animals unlawfully at large la said shall be SI.SU; Si .oo of which sh2l be the fee 2' the marshal of said city ter said service to be into 55TS& ttHlw rtlier 2 rdalned toat this ordiwnoe as to other fees and charges upon the owners of 40101413 anu other provisions shall remain the same as therein provided. Be it further ordained that this ordinance he In force and take effect from and. after its publi cation, as required by law. 1 DU Jamiary A**lXiiuf? U ® 3rd * o£ Xtt= B, F, ***.