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Sea (Toast Echo.
Mr. and Mrs. R. McCloskey and fam ily arrived yesterday from New Orleans and are at their summer homejon the Waveland beach front for the season. Misses Louise and Adele Charbonnet are here from New Orleans for the sum mer and are occupying one of the Fortier cottages in Carroll avenue. W. A. McDonald drove his new Reo six in from Mobile today, and the car excites the admiration of all who see it. Judge Breath accompanied Mr. McDon ald on the trip. Mrs. Blanche Avery Ehrman,of New Orleans, is spending a while with her aunt, Miss Welch, who, we are sorry to sty, has been quite ill. Mr. Erhraan came out from the big city for the day Sunday, W. J. Gex received quite a handsome new car this week, the first of that type of the Overland—a Willys-Knight, to reach Bay St. Louis and Hancock coun ty. It is generally admired and the absolute silence of the motor is a feature greatly to be desired and one that can not be overestimated. Popular “Dick” Rush blew in from Biloxi a few days ago and has taken charge of the prescription department of the Power Drug Company’s store. Mr. Rush is no stranger here, on the contrary, he is widely and favorably known, and his return to Bay St. Louis is doubly welcomed, * Mr, George R. Rea, Mrs. Rea and their little daughter left today by auto mobile for Wesson, Miss., where they will spend a week visiting their rela tives Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rea and fami ly. Later Mrs. Rea and daughter will leave for the Carolina mountains to re main the balance of the summer. The Echo wishes to congratulate its good friend, Dr. J. H. Spence, on his success Tuesday in the race for mayor of Pass Christian, defeating the pres ent incumbent by a splendid majority. Dr. Spence is well acquainted in Bay St. Louis and has many friends who will heartily felicitate him on the oc casion of his success. Both commencements at St. Joseph’s and St. Stanislaus institutions this week attracted a large number of visi tors to Bay St. Louis. A gentleman from Louisiana said he never failed to take advantage of an opportunity to visit Bay St, Louis and the seacoast, and the local commencements were al ways a source of interest and satisfac tion to him. Twenty-five couples came out from New Orleans Sunday morning and most agreeably surprised Mr. Conrad Sick on the occasion of and in celebration of his fiftieth birthday. It was also the natal anniversary of his daughter, Miss Amelia, and the double event was duly celebrated. The party returned to New Orleans that evening, delighted with the day that memory in fond recollec tion will cling to, Messrs. Edwards Brothers, local re presentatives for the Ford and Stude baker cars, and whose advertisement ap pears elsewhere in The Echo, report an unusual activity in their business. It is with difficulty they can supply the demand for Fords. Mr. George Ed wards was in Gulfport Ttmrsday to re ceive a consignment of two carloads of autos. The firm’s garage is at the head of Washington street. Gulfport is to report on the seawall proposition July 1. The Gulfport Her ald says that in a conversation with Commissioner Corbett he stated that by July Ist the city of Gulfport would be able to report tbe kind and cost of seawall which the city wished to con struct within the city limits. He had understood that Pass Christian and Biloxi would be able to make a definite report at the same time. Cedar Grove Camp, W. O. W., will hold their 11th annual celebration at St. Stanislaus college park July 4th. A splendid all-day program has been arranged, starting at 9:30 o’clock with a bicycle race followed by foot races, sack races, etc., all with good prizes. There will aiso be a contest for skill for automobile drivers, for which the Co s Garage Company offers a sls automobile pump as first prize, and Claud Monti another valuable prize as second. Kiln and Logtown will play ball. Joseph F. Cazeneuve, well-known cit izen and cashier of the Hancock County Bank, met with quite a painful acci dent Thursday afternoon while at the residence of the late D. B. Seal. It appears Mr.. Cazeneuve missed his footing while at the top of the front door steps and was precipitated to the ground, sustaining a dislocated shoul der and an injury to his head. It is hoped he will soon be out and haye a rapid recovery from the injury and ill effects, Mrs, Gabriel Y. Blaize returned home Sunday evening from Gulfport and is warmly welcomed home again, after an absence of ten weeks spent at the King’s Daughters’ Hospital. Mrs. Blaize was seriously ill, undergoing a number of operations, and her recovery is a tribute to the success of surgical and medical skill and to the efficiency of the attention from those in attend ance during the long and trying period of her illness. Her recovery and re turn home will indeed be gladsome news to the many friends of the Blaize and Spotorto families. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. , i teiiiinentsiT on th 6 estate of George S&tSSfSSS. JSSSwSdfc?the clerk of said court within one ™?rfrom mis date. and a failure to so probate lad register for one year will the c^‘m * W >m ifia&uggt ST. JOSEPH’S HAS SUCCESSFUL CLOSING EXERGISES-TUESDAY Graduates Misses Edna Fer nandez, Adele Rexach and Gertrude Curet, Who De livered Excellent Essays — Characters From Shakes pear Portrayed, A large and cultured audience on Tuesday evening witnessed the annual commencement exercises of St. Joseph’s Academy, of this city. There were three graduates, Miss Edna Fernandes, of New Orleans; Miss Adele Rexach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rexach, and Miss Gertrude Curet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Curet, of Kiln, Miss., a class well vers ed and amply qualified to go forth in the world. The essays of the young ladies showed scholarly attainment, and received that attention and apprecia tion their excellence merited. The musical numbers were well ren dered and gave evidence of the thor oughness and ability of the manner in which this branch of study is taught. The Shakespearan pageant, portray ing the women characters of the im mortal bard’s works, formed a pleasing and interesting presentation. The lines were cleverly adapted and their delivery showed study in expression was a branch of work at the Academy that received much attention, in line with the other studies. PROGRAM PART I. Grand March Duet Misses Elsa Mauffray and Marguerite Dillmann. With the Tide Chonjs Seniors. Graduates’ March Prof. C. Hammersbach HONORS TO GRADUATES Salutatory “We Finish to Begin” Miss Edna Fernandez. Valse Brillante Duet Misses Louise Viallon and Bernardine Wilcox. “Finis Coronat Opus”.. Essay Miss Gertrude Curet. Night Blooming Cereus... Duet Misses Bertha Barreda and Omega Huguet. Valedictory \ “I’ll Find the Way, or Make One” Miss Adele Rexach. Address to the Graduates Rev. J. Milot School Days, Farewell! Graduates’ Farewell Song PART 11. Puck Duet Misses Rosalie Betz and Lucille Wilbert. SHAKESPEAREAN PAGEANT ..“THE SHADES OF SHAKES PEARE’S WOMEN” CAST OF CHARACTERS Prologue Miss Udell Carruth Ariel Miss Myrtle Mader Miranda Miss Ophelia Chauvet Portia Miss Elsa Mauffray Desdemona Miss Vivian Ducatel Juliet Miss Adele Rexach Cordelia Miss Omega Huguet Katharine, the Shrew Miss Elise Booth Ophelia Miss Rosalie Betz Lady Macbeth. .Miss Edna Fernandez Witches ... Misses lolanthe Mauf fray, Trina Morgan, Lucille Wilbert Awarding of Medals and Certificates. Graduates of 1916 Miss Adele Rexach, Miss Gertrude Curet, Miss Edna Fernandez Rev. Father Milot, of Clermont Har bor, delivered a pleasing and most hap py address. Rev. Father J. M. Prendergast de livered the diplomas and medals to the graduates and later awarded the prem iums to the members of the different classes. Fortune Chisolm, an attorney of Jackson, Miss., was in Bay St. Louis Wednesday, representing the State Department of Agriculture, in the in terest of the Mississippi Centennial Special which is scheduled to leave Jackson Thursday, August 24, for a two weeks’ trip. Arrangements have beln made for 200 to 250 passengers, said Mr. Chisholm to The Echo, and, continuing, he anticipated a large num ber of people from the seacoast would be with the party. This trip to New York and other points East will not on ly boost the Gulfport exposition but comprise a most interesting itinerary and combine pleasure as well. Jackson Cos. Prepares For Big Improvements PASCAGOULA, June 12—The road commissioners of districts three and four met Friday and selected a site for the bridge across West Pascagoula river. The bridge will be located 370 feet north of the L. &N. right-of-way j The road to be built across the marsh will be 32 feet at the base with a 20-foot crown. The road will be feet above mean low tide. A thirty loot canal will be dug on the north side of tne road, the dirt from the same making the fill for the roadway. A 40-foot ferry, 20 feet wide, propelled by gasoline engine, will be used on Pascagoula river. From the official proceedings of the Board of Supervisors of Jackson County it is learned that $50,000 worth of coun ty bonds have been ordered sold for building the bridge across West Pasca cagoula and $40,000 of Supervisors district three and four lor the purpose of building a road from the Alabama state line to the Harrison County line. TO MY PATRONS AND THE PUB LIC IN GENERAL. Notice is hereby given that I will be away from Bay St. Louis until July sth, when I will resume my practice. JNO. S. ADAMS, M. D. . £y St. Louie, Miss., June 13,1016. GOVERNOR BILBO’S "SUMMER CAPITAL” Rents Home of Mrs. Amy P. Dulion on East Beach for Months of July and August. BILOXI, June 21. —The home of Mrs, Amy P. Dulion at 439 West Beach was secured this morning as the “summer capital” for Governor Theo. G. Bilbo by Attorney Charles L. Rushing, the residence having been rented through the Roy Realty Cos. Governor Bilbo rented the residence for July and August, but it is under stood that he will also spend a part of September in this city, unless business transpires that requires his presence at the capital. The Dulion residence well-equipped and is modern in every respect. It has a number of fine shade trees in front and commands an excellent view of the gulf. The residence is located just west of the Church of the Redeemer. Governor Bilbo will bring his family to Biloxi for his summer recreation. He is not expected here until about July 25, this being the plan arranged some time ago. Death of Col. D. B. Seal Death at a late hour Monday removed one of the oldest and best known citizens of Bay fc>t. Louis and Hancock county in the person of Col, D, B. Seal, at his home in Union street. A member of the bar for over years,no man was more intimately connec edwith the history of the county than he, identified with all public interests and ever associated with the political and civic welfare of both city and county, his acquaintance was wide and his use fulness as broad. If not the oldest member of the sea coast bar, he was among that number at the time of his death, and he was known from one end of the coast to the other. Only a comparative short time before his death he was preceded to the grave by his wife, who was stricken an invalid a few years prior to her demise. It was her death that hasten his. He had never recovered from the shock and the advancing years made the burden of his sorrow all the more. No children survived the union, although a number of close relatives on both sides are left. The funeral occurred on Tuesday afternoon, and interment took place in the family tomb in Cedar Rest Cemetery in the presence of friends and ac quaintances. Col. Seal was 80 years of age on the J4th day of last February. THE CHARTER OF INCOPORATION OF THE WEN A LUMBER COMPANY -1 The corporation title of said compay is The Wena Lumber Company, 2. The names of the incorporators are: W. J. Gex, postoffice Bay St, Louis, Miss.; C, L. Wal£ ltr,posiofflce;Bay St. Louis, Miss.; M.Brandao postoffice Bay St. Louis. 3. The domicile is at Rexville, Miss. 4. Amount of capital stock Ten Thousand Dollars. 5. The par value of shares Is One hundred dollars. u. The period of existence is five years. 7. The purpose for which It is created: To manufacture lumber, to buy and sell lumber and piling, and own all property, and do all things necessary for the said purpose or incidental thereto. 8. The right and powers that may be exercis ed by this corporation are those conferred by the provisions of Chapter 24, Mississipp Code, 1906. W.J. GEX. C. L. WALLER, M. BRANDAO, Incorporators. ACKN OWLEDGM ENT State of Mississippi ) County of Hancock ) This day personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority W. J. Gex, C- L. Waller and M. Brands:), incorporators of the corpora, tion known as the Wena Lumber Company who acknowleged that they signed and executed the above and foregoing articles of incorporation as their act and deed on this the 19th day of June. 1916. JOHN M. JENKS (seal) Notary Public, Beat 5. Dr. J. H. SPENCE, Dentist, announces his office houra, in the Gex Building, Main street, will be on Mondays aud Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.ra. His patients and future patrons will govern them selves accordingly. Tel. 138. Jprofesstonal Carbs DK. C. L. HORTON, Physician and Surgeon, Office: GEX BLOG., Main 1., Honrs 10 to 11 A. M. and 4t05 P. M Telephone 82 Residence —Carroll avenue, Phone 82. At Power’s Drug Store, Phone 189. DR. J. M. SUAREZ. Physician and Surgeon, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Residence —Citizen St. Telephone —180 Office: Gex Bldg. Hours, 9-10 a. tn., and from 4 to 5:30 p. m. Tel-25-J. DR. J. Q. FOUNTAIN, Physician aud Surgeon, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Residence in Carroll avenue. Tele phone H?. Office in Hancock Cos. Bank Bldg, Hours, 10:30-12 M. 4-5 P. M. DR. J. A. EVANS, DENTIST, Office: —In Hancock County Bank Building. Hours from 8 A. M. to 3:30 P. U. BAT ST. LOUIS. MISS. GEX & WALLER, ATTORNEYS-AT-L AW, Will practice in all civil matters in all State Courts and in all matters in the General Courts in Mississippi. ROBERT L. GENIN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Office —Genin Bldg., Main Street, BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. ikILE J. GEX, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OFFICE -GEX BLDG., Main Street BAY BT. IQUIS, MISS. SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALS. In the Chancery Court of Hancock County, Mis sissippi. May Term A. D. 1916. A. J. McLeod et ate im 0 ijq rs. P.W. Ivey et als \ Sale For Partition. Pursuant to a decree rendered in the above entitled cause by the Honorable Chancery Court of Hancock County, Mississippi, at the May Term A. D., 1916,1 win on Monday, the 3rd Day of July, A. D. 1916 sell at the front door of the Courthouse of Han cock county, Mississippi, In the city of Bay St Louis, In said State, within legal hours, at pub lic auction to the highest Udder for cash, the following described real estate ordered sold to make partition between the parties Interested in said cause and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of Section 32, T. 8. S R. 16 W.; thence running west on township line, 9GO chains, more or less, to east ern line of land of Octarla Mitchell; thence north 16 1-2 degrees west along east line of said Octa via Mitchell’s land 6.35 chains, more or lees, to the north-east corner of said land; thence sooth 73 1-2 decrees west along northern line of said Octavla Mitchell’s land 6 chains, more or less, to eastern line of Gideon Holden’s land; thence northwesterly along said eastern line of said Gideon Holden’s land, 3.63 chains, more or less, to the north-east corner of said land- thence westerly along northern line of said Gideon Holden’s land 4.47 chains, more or less to north west comer of said tract of land, thence north 26 degrees 13 W. along eastern line of Maion Holden’s land, 6 chains, more or less, to the center of a bayou or branch known as Poplar Branch, thence following the meander ings of said branch northeasterly, 16 1-2 chains, more or less to the north-west comer of the land of Henry and Maiy E,Carver: thence south easterly along western line of said corner tract 6 chains, more or less, to the southwest corner thereof; thence easterly along south line of said Carver tract 11.20 chains, more or less, to the south-east comer of said tract; thence north westerly along the ea,tem line of said Carver tract to the center of Poplar Branch; thence northeasterly along the meander! nga of said branch to line between Sections 32 and 33; thence south on said section line to the NW corner of the SW 1-4 of SW 1-4 of Section 33; thence east to the north-east comer of said S W 1-4 of SW 1-4 of said section; thence south 8 1 2 chains, more or less, to the NE comer of lot of land claimed by George Lee or the Weston Lumber Company; thence west 3-16 chains, more or less, to the north-west comer of said lot: thence south 3-16 chains, more or less, to the south-west corner of said lot; thence west 5 chains, more or less, to the north-west corner of land of Ella Abrom; thence south to township line between 8 and 9; thence west to the place of beginning. Excepting from the above one piece owned by Martna Lynch and which des cription can be found in the Registry of Deeds cf Hancock county, and whatever interest said Sam Favre had in and to Sections 29, 33 and frac tional Section 32, T. 8, S. R. 16 W. -In.Hancock county, Mississippi. A. A. KERGOSIEN, Special Commissioner, Bay St. Louis, Miss., June 10.1916. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas Lena A. Combel executed a deed of trust conveying to E. J. Gex, as trustee, the following described property situated in the County of Hancock, State of Mississippi, to-wit: FIRST. Lots 591, 609, 610, Oil and the East half of lot 612ia1l in First Ward of the City of Bay St. Louis, as per official plat of said city made by Leland Henderson now on file In the office of the Chancery Clerk, Hancock County, Miss,, and being formerly known as Lots 22, 23 and 26 as p-r plat of partition of lands of the D. R. Carroll Estate, as per plat of said partition of record in Book R, pages 193-201 Inclusive, and that tract of land adjacent to the said lots, which is described as beginning at the Northeast corner of lot 22 of said plan or partition of the Carroll Estate; then running North 20 degrees East 120 feet, more or less, to the South line of Ulman Ave.; thence North 70 degrees West 300 feet along the south iine of Ulman avenue; thence south 20 degrees west 138 feet, more or less to the north line of lot 26 of said plat;thence 70 degrees east 300 feet to the place of beginning, and being the First Ward of the City of Bay St, Louis. SECOND. Lot 17 of subdivision of Lot 52 of Second Ward of the Town of Waveland, Miss. Said lot 17 in Block 52 as per plat of record recorded June 29th, 1910, in Book C-l, pages 284-5 Records of Deeds of Hancock County, Miss. THIRD. Lot 10, Block 4, Combel’s subdivision of Part of Lot 105, Second Ward, Town of Wave land, as per plat on file in office of Chancery Clerk, Hancock County, Miss., which deed of trust is given to secure a certain indebtedness owing to the Merchants Bank of Bay St. Louis, Miss., dated March 17th, 1915, and is recorded in Vol 10, pages 73 -75, of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Land, of said Hancock County: and, whereas default has been made in the payment of said indebtedness, and the said bank has requested the foreclosure of said Deed of Trust: Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Trustee, will sell said lands at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the front door of the Court House of said Hancock County, in the City of Bay St. Louis, within lawful hours on MONDAY, JULY 3rd, 1916. for the purpose paying said indebtedness, costs expenses and taxes. E. J. GEX, Trustee. June 10th, 1916. ~ SPECIAL COMMISSIONER’S SALE. In the Chancery Court of Hancock county, Mis sissippi, May Term A. D, 1916. F. W. Ivey et al ) vs. [ No. 1982. John Nlcalse and Sam Nlcaise.) Pursuant to a decree rendered In the above entitled cause bv the Hoiiu.aLi.e Chancery Court of Hancock County, Mississippi, at the May term, A. D.1916,1 will on Monday, the 3rd day of July, A. D. 1916, sell at the front door of the court house of Han cock County, Mississippi, in the City of Bay St. Louis, in said state, within legal hours, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the fol lowing described real estate ordered to be sold to make partition between the parties interested in said cause and which land I will sell in separately, to-wit: „ . „ „ „ First: S 1-2 of the NE 1-4; and the Nl2 of the SE 1-4, Section 35, T. 6, S R. 15 West; also the SW 1-4 of the SE 1-4 of Section 36, T. 6, S, R. W; SW 1-4 of SE 1-4, Section 35. T. 6, S. K 15 W.; and NE 1-4 of SW 1-4 Section 36, T. 6,5. R. 15 W.; also those commencing at the corner of sections T. 7, S. R. 14 W.; and running thence North 12 chains and 21 links to the South west corner of the J. B. D. Nicaise Land Claim; thence South 77 degrees East, 30 chains, 81 and 8.10 links to the Southwest corner of lot No. 8 of the division of the J. B. D. Nlcaise Land Claim; thence North 46 cnalns, 99 links to a stake set for the place of beginning of the land hereby conveyed; thence from said beginning point to a stake'North 11 chains and 27 links to a stake; thence East 5 chains and 80 links to a stake; thence South 11 chains and 27 links to a stake; thence West 5 chains and 8u links to the place of beginning, containing 6.54 acres, and being a part of lot No. Bof the division of the J. B. D. Nicaise Land Claim, in Section 29, TANARUS, 7, S. R. 14 West, in the County of Hancock, estate of Mississippi. A. A. KERGOSIEN, Special Commissioner. Bay St. Louis, Miss.. June 10. 1916. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. BV virtue of a decree rendered on the 24th. day of May A. D. 1910, by the Chancery Court of Hancock County, Mississippi, in case No. 1741 of the general docket of sain court, wherein E. Davis Et A1 who sue by their next friend, are complainants, and Pauline Davis, defendant, the undersigned special commissioner will on MONDAY THE 3rd. DAY OF JULY, 1916, the same being the first Monday of the month, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, before the front door of the court house of said county, in the City of Bay Su Louis, Miss , within legal hours, the land lying and being in the City of Bay St. Louis, County of Hancock, State of Mississippi, and which land is described as follows: A lot of land beginning at a stake set on the south line of Main street, at the northwest cor ner of the lot of land now claimed by Mrs. Mary R. Diettei, from thence on a course N. Tud. W. along the south line of Main Street 100 feet to a stake; from thence on a course south 29 degrees west 200 feet, more or less, to the line dividing this line from land formerly claimed by John V. Toulme, now Mrs. E. Davis; from thence on a course south 70 degrees east along said dividing line 100 feet to the southwest corner of lot of land now claimed by Mrs. R, Delttel, from thence on a course north 20 degrees east 20u feet, more or less, to a stake set at the place of beginning. Bounded North by Main Street, east by land of Mary R. Deittel. south by land formerly claimed by John V. Tonlme, now claimed by Sylvia 'loulme and others and Mary E. Davis, west by land of Joseph F. Cazcneuye, being a lot measur ing 50 feet on south side of Main Street, lying between the homestead lot of Louis Laurent and the lot of land herein described, being the same land acquired by Henry Davis from Joseph F. Cazeneuye on the 4th. day of June, 19tb. Witness my hand, this the 10th day of June. A. D. 1916. A. A. LERtjObIEN Special Commissioner. PROPOSED AMENDMENT JO SECTION 27 OF THE CHARTER OP THE CITY OF BAY ST. LOUIS. Sec. 1. Amendment section 27 of the charter of Bay St. Louis as appear in the act of 1886. page 436. section 27 so as to read as follows: Be it further enacted that the style of the ordinance of said city shall be. Be it further ordained by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, of the City of Bay St- Louis, and ail ordinances adopted by said Board of Mayor and Aldermen for the government of said city of which are re quired to be observed under penalty, shall take effect Five days from their passage unless otherwise ordained by said board, bald ordin ance, rules and regulations, adopted by paid Board of Mayor and AJdercpea and ai} record, and proceedings of the mayor's court shall be deemed and held public records, and may be proved by the seal of the city. Said Board or Mayor and A dermen may have a code of the cruiuances, rules and regulations printed and published, and when so printed and puoiished shall be received as evidence in ail courts of Hus btate without further proof. _ bee. 2. That this amendment take effect from anu alter its approval and record thereof as oy law required. Approved in open board, this, the 3rd day or June, A. I>. Wl6. Attest: L B. CAI DEPON, bYLYAN J. LADNER. Mayor. I OAKLA I THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE The First Full Size “Six” To Sell For Less Than SIOOO.OO S ‘t&PWWSs- . jp-rSr3r - ™ STURDY AS THE OAK TT DELCO STARTING AND LIGHTING SYSTEM TT I GULF COAST AUTO SALES CO.I M Phone 178 P. O. Box 36G Bay St. Louis, Miss. M .. t ■■ ii ii ■ i -I-1.1 ■ i ■ Edwards Brothers I Edwin W. Edwards George H. Edwards I AUTOMOBILES ACCESSORIES AND SUPPLIES Local agents for Ford and Studebaker Cars. We carry a full line of Parts, Accessories, Tires, Gasoline, Oils and Greases. Salesroom Front and Washington Streets I P. O, Box 117, Bay St. Louis, Miss. $2500 CASH OR TERMS j Lot 100x170 with corner store, | dwelling apartments upstairs; I single cottage, 7 rooms and | kitchen; bungalow, 3 rooms | I furnished, electric equipments, | I screened. MAIN Cor. TOULME. i | I F. C. Bordages, Sr. I I GEX BUILDING. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. || fi ~ ~ i(0j ; K* „ _ jWi U 1J - “ DDDZ‘I ““ “ M rlj A Beautiful aud Complete Display of LTJ I I “WEAR= EVER Utensils iljl | M GJ for Sale at W Kl I ® J. 0. MAUFFRAY’S, | I W t|j BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. TELEPHONE Hi M >. || See Show Windows .|j GOOD PRINTING COSTSNO MORE THAN “THE OTHER KIND” —CONSULT US.