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The Sea Coast Echo.
CHAS. G. MOREAU, Publisher Official Journal of The Board of Supervisors, Hancock County, M.ss. Official Journal of Board of Mayor and Aldermen, Bay St. Louis, Miss. CITY ECHOES. St. Joeepn’s Auxiliary meeting Tuesday aiternoon ac Convent oase ment. , —A beautiful line of religious ar ticles just received at tne Bay Jew elry Store. , . . —Mrs. t red A. Wright and little baby are spending cwo weens visit ing parents at lazoo City, Miss. —Mrs. ti. L. Howell, ol Aioerquer. que, i\ew Mexico, is nere on a vislt 01 several weens to Mrs. VV. G. for sytn, and family, at the home in becond street. Mrs. Howell is Mrs. t orsytn's sister-in-law. —Mrs- John Osoinach has gone to Memphis, lenn., where she will spend two- weens visiting her sons, Messrs. Uua and Henry Osoinach, and to attend tne weudmg ot tne latter, which happy event occurs May otn. —Ulai: in Bay St. Louis, on April 23rd, one dog, full grown; blacn ana white; up of ear s bitten; answers to name of "Prince”; dog of no value but to owner; reward. Mrs. L. P. Otis, Ozone, Miss., telephone collect. aP r3 O —Mr, E. J. Giering, who moved here last year from biaugtiter, (Lef lore County,; Miss., and has made his home since, nag in the process of building, a six-room bungalow on land in the rear of hi s present dwel ling, w’hich, when complete, he in tends occupying. —-“The Tea Room,” regular cafe for ladies and gentlemen, will open on Monday with Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Horton in charge. The interior of the building, Front And State streets, has been renovated and made most attractive and no effort will be spared to make the place attractive and the service as satisfactory as possible to the patrons. —Mr. Terrell Perkins has contrac ted with A. B. Day for the immediate building of a bungalow dwelling on the lot north of the Perkins home, on Front street, and a plan of the most attractive type has been adop ted for the future home of the bri dal couple. The new home will oc cupy the site of the former Robin son "home, destroyed by fire. —Architect Ed. Sporl has in the drawing plans for a 300-foot pier, bath and rest rooms, with roof gar den, for J. N. Wisner, who will con struct same in front of his home on the beach front, and will be rushed to completion in time for the early summer. The construction will of first-class type and the structure is going to be an ornament to the already beautiful water front. —An immense crowd at the Vic tory Airdome last night showed its appreciation of the enterprise of the management of that popular resort in sparing no expense and putting on a four-reel Charlie Chaplin feature in addition to a two-reel story of something else. The Charlie Chap lin pictures are expensive, but Mana ger Arthur Scafide is determined to give the public big attractions not withstanding how expensive. —Mr. S. N. Vail, resident mana ger of the Western Newspaper Union, at Birmingham, (Ala.) was a business visitor to Bay St. Louis Wednesday' and was a visitor to the town as well. He was so charmed with the beauty of the place, loca tion, climate, etc., that he said be fore leaving w r e had made him dis satisfied for the balance of his life —or, at least, until he could return here. And there are others. —Horlock’s new Nicholson Avenue Theatre opens tonight, with a strik ing Vitagraph feature and a two reel comedy. The program for next week appears elsewhere in the col umns of The Echo. For the present there will be three showing nights a week. In the near future there will be a show’ every night. Every effort is being exerted to give the best for the money and a determination to make the place a popular resort for ladies, gentlemen and children. —Appropriate exercises on Thurs day and last night marked the clos ing of Kiln Consolidated school, Prof. S. P. Powell, superintendent. Hon. Carl Marshall, of this city, de livered the baccalaureate address last night, in the presence of a large audience. The term just ended has been one of the most successful in the history of the school, and it is well that the same corps of teachers that have made the success possible will have charge of the school next year. —FOR SALE: Cottage, on the beach; six large rooms in main house on ground floor, side hall and large attic, front and rear gallery building attached; large dining room; servant’s room; large side gallery. 45 x 7 feet wide; furnished with 5 electric drop lights in every room and hall; stable; wash shed; chicken house; two cisterns; several bearing pc an trees; lot 65 x 300. $5,000 cash or on time. Address Room 712- 713, Canal-Commercial Bank Build ing. New Orleans or telephone 235, Bay St. Louis, Miss. apr23 -—On the achievement of the suc cess Sunday in raising $30,000 for the debt and building fund of the church of Our Lady of the Gulf, a telegram appraising him of the fact w'a s sent Rev. J. M. Pendergast, at Vicksburg, Miss., Monday morning, since it w r as he who first planned and built the church in 1908. The following reply was received from the former pastor, addressed to Rev, Father J. A. Gmelch, the present pas. tor: “Heartiest congratulations to pastor and people upon their extra ordinary achievement of yesterday.” —The Echo regrets to learn that A. L. Stokoe and family will in fu ture reside at Gulfport, where last week he purchased the beautiful Thomas home on the beach front. Mr. Stokoe has considerabe business interests in Gulfport and by residing there he feels that he can better serve his business between the two, places- The Bay St. Louis business end will be in direct charge of Mr. E. E. Rohrer, fully competent by virtue of his ability and long years of local experience. Mr. and Mrs. Stokoe have been residents of Bay St. Louis for a number of years and have been actively indentified with every move calculated for the uplift and material building of Bay St. Louis and Hancock County. -—“lf it isn't a# Eastman it isn’t a Kodak.” —The Bay Jewelry Store. —The A. & G. Theatre is making a strong bid for patronage, and many a fine attraction has been booked for the immediate future and the summer season. The manage ment is putting in another machine in order that all pictures may be presented without interruption, elim inating the intermissions, thus not breaking the thread of the story will be welcome by the A. & G. pa trons and * the public generally and the enterprise of the management is to be commended. —Miss Irma Hale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hale, who has bee n an invalid for years at the home of her parents at Cedar point, accompanied by her sister,* Miss Mamie Hale, left during the week for Baltimore, Md., where she is at John Hopkins Hospital, undergoing a special treatment by specialists. It is stated that a cure for Miss Hale is possible, and the many friends of the family fondly hope for the young lady’s complete restoration to health. She has been ill as a result of a ner vous shock received some years since while traveling through Eu rope, on the receipt of a message an nouncing the drowning of her broth er which occurred at Gulfport. —-A movement is on foot to place a memorial window in the Church of Our Lady of the Gulf to the memory of Bro. Stephen, who recently died, and who was one of the oldest teach ers at St. Stanislaus. Jt was he who conducted th e “day school” for many years and many successful men of today owe their schooling and sub sequent success to the good work of this good man. The work of sol iciting funds from former pupils of Bro. .Stephen is in charge of Mrs. G. Y. Blaize, who is working indefati gable and whose efforts already are marked with a considerable degree of success. Many of the business people and others not pupils of the “back school,” as it is popularly known, have contributed. The win dow will be of stained glass and will correspond with the one already in the church. The tribute is not only a beautiful and one but fit ting and most deserved. NICHOLSON AVENUE THEATRE. Nicholson Avenue. PROGRAM. Tonight (Saturday) April 30th. “The Purple Cipher” featuring Earl Williams; a 5-reel Vitagraph Special and Jimmy Allbrey, in “The Decorator,” two-reel comedy. Tuesday Night, May 3rd. “Li Gung Lang,” featuring Sessue Hayakawa. Big Comedy “Why Be Jealous.” Thursday Night, May sth. Big Special featuring Edith Day, in “Children Not Wanted.” Comedy “Kiss Me, Caroline.” All performances begin at 7:30 o’clock p. m. Watch for big special program in next Saturday’s Echo. , CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE GULF. The generosity of the Catholics and other friends of Bay St. Louis and the efficiency and hard work of the Captains and their lieutenants put us OVER THE TOP in the $30,000,00 drive. It made Sunday, April 24th, a day ever to be remem bered in the history of the parish of Our Lady of the Gulf. It made sure the cancelling of the long standing debt and the completion of the Church, Thanks to all who by thinking BIG and giving BIG brought all this about. The first installment on the notes will be due one month after date of note. BE READY. The Captains and Lieutenants will collect this first installment in thetr respective dis tricts. , The first payment will permit the paying of the major part of the church debt. The books are still open for ad ditional pledges and contributions. Those who perhaps were overlooked, or who were not at home, or who did not understand well enough the na ture and purpose of the drive and for one of these reasons or all of them gave little or not at all, can still come in. It is an opportunity which none will want to miss. The names of all the contributors and of the amount pledged or given will be published in this paper after the payment of the first installment— after May 25th. We have performed a duty which wo owe to God and we performed it nobly. No wonder then that we look so pleased and feel so good. May the God you love because you love the beauty of His house? Your pastor, A. J. GMELCH. HIBERNIA SUNDAY. The Hibernia Bankers will be over Sunday with the best jazz band they can find in New’ Orleans. All the Bank teams bring good men and bring over a hundred visitors each trip. The scheduling of the Bankers ik the biggest thing the College has done towards advertising tfie Bay in a long time. These are visitors of the better class and all leave with best words for the fine treatment ac corded by the College and the Bay people. Come out Sunday and show the visitors that we # appreciate their being here. WORK TO BEGIN ON GULFPORT HOSPITAL SOON. Actual Construction on New King’s Daughters Hospital at Gulfport May Begin in Thirty Days. The building of the new King’s Daughter’s Hospital in Gulfport, which ha s been delayed for some time on account of the illness of one and an accident of another of the members, of the executive com nittee, which had it in charge,* will likely begin within the next thirty days. There is about $40,000 on hand at the present time in cash, and an additional sum realiz ed from the popular entertainment that is to be given on Vay sth. The plans for the building have been completed for ' sometime and work on the construction can be pushed along rapidly when the pre liminaries have been all arranged, which wijl be in the near future. JACQUES PISTACHE -INFORMS . COCO OF THE BIG DRIVE. Cher Ami Coco; Yo no me I tell yo last week dat we was goin have big drive fo dat Catlik churches, us, hein? Abien mon cher. I’m goin tell yo dat wen bees com fo make drive us peep wat live in la belle Baip St. Ix>uie sho is de mo gran chauffeur wat yo goin reed* bout, yas! Coco no boddy*s wat live in dis contry nebber see somteen like wat was make happen las Sondy, lemme tell yo bout all dat, hein? , Dat Bon Pere Gmelch heem bees wat shees calls one big pile mans an dey name dem Zeckateev Comittee, hein, an dat Zeckateev bunh dem dey name hole lot Capitaine, and dem Capitaine dem dey name som lil fella fo wat dey call le Lieuinana (fo do de work, hein, and sen in de yard firs if deys got bad dog) abien le Capitaine L’Etoile (das wat dey call Stars in ’Mericane, hein) hees look rown fo som good dog bait an hees by fall on me, so me I’m wat yo call Lieutnant, Coco, all I have fo do is shoot dem bull an make fren wid de dog and ax peep fo make de sobscribe —alrite den —we all go by Mass soon de mornin, hein an git early start, yas—yo no each one dem Capitaine L’Etoile hees git nuraers 12—We go in mos all de house an we shoot de hole bull famille till dem peep sine de pep fo pay moneys by dem house de dien, wen we go in wg have fo make fren wid de dog an wen we go out we have fo renew ’quaintance, hein. Abien, we work all de day an bout haf pass de seven clocks we all make de revicie roun by dem Caseys Hall—dat look like all de peep was meet dare, den dem Maccabee Brass Ban dey come fo make de seranade an help drive wid music—us fella wat bin make de drive we all stan on tabes and chare an shoot de bull by dem peeps fo mo moneys. Coco, dat wood make yo sho surprises if yo see dem peep how dey ak—doggon, Coco, dey git craze wid de excite an one fella start give mo as de nodder fellas, till we have mo den $30,000.00 colleck—me I was have one black bodes an I keep count wat dey give an rite on dare so dem nodder peep kin see. So namagan, Coco dat was gran site, yas! Me I coon see, yo no, mai I yo dey was got beaucoup Ange was fly bout in de Caseys Hall wile all dem good peep was give dey moneys fo make God house mo prutty, yas! I git one lettre by our Old fren Pere Jean wat stay up dare by Vick shees Burg an hees say hees make de congratulate us peep on dat drive — Bishop Gon heem hees say dat Pere Gmelch ot be arres fo hole up de peep—yo tink God goin let Pere Gmelch stay in jails wen hees work fo God, hein? Non, Coco, not on yo lifes! Coco, cher, dat days work her shees make mark fo all de contry fo shoot at, hein? An das not all cher, ami, me I onstan dat deys got bout ten tousan mo dollar wats goin come doggone! Coco, yo going see some swell chess peep wen Holy Joe an Arture an me go by Greenville nex mont, yas> —our chess goin; be mo swell den ponter pigeon, us, yas, wen we brag bout dem Catliks de Baie St. Louie —Yo no Coco, we not stuck on our sef us, mai we sho stuck on our town, yas! Coco, we all have our pictures taken in front dat churches, us, and yo goin see rat in de pep soon—yas yo goin see Jacques stan dare full pride wid shees peep; an Coco, deys got nodder fellas wats pride to, das our fren Keekeen—doggon dat Kee keen heem shees Capitaine, yas, an hees mo pride wid dat den yo no. We got some lady wat dey was make Capitaine, to, Coco, an I want tell yo dem lady her dey sho on de job, yas—yo no one ladys no how fo git de moneys mo better dem de mans, hein, yas! Dey tell me dat soon Eddie San Antoine strike oil hees goin sen one sobscribe fo shees ole church, ain dat so? Abien I’m wish you good luck by Eddie, me. Coco, befo I close ma lettre I want tell yo dat de moneys wat we git dat was make sobscribe by de peep de Baie St Louie an not by dem peep wat just come fo de sommer. Tell Gooloot dats not to late fo sobscribe non, we doan close de bank longs we ki n git de moneys. Yo mo bes Fren, JACQUES PISTACHE. DR. J. H. SPENCE, DENTIST. Office Gex Building, Main St. Hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Phone 138. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE. State of Mississippi, Hancock County, Whereas, Joseph Garaga and Muli cea Cameron Garaga executed a Deed of Trust dated 6th day of De cember, A. D. 1918, recorded in Fed eral Land Mortgage Book No. 1, on page 24, of the Records of Mortgag es and Deed of Trust on land in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Han cock County, Miss., conveying to Barrett Jones, Trustee, for the pur pose of securing an indebtedness owing by the said Joseph Garaga and M li ea Garaga to the Federal Land Bank, of New Orleans, La., the lands in Hancock County, Mississippi, des cribed as follows: Wl4 of NE l A, NE*4 of NW>/4 and NW H of SEVi, Section 2, Tp. 7 S. R. 14 West. And whereas, the said Bank, under the power given it in said Deed of Trust, has substituted the under signed, E. J. Gex, as Substituted Trustee, instead of said Barrett Jones, which substitution is dated March Ist, 1921, recorded in Book 15, Pages 188 and 189 of the Record ■of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on land; and default having been made in the payment of said indebtedness and said Bank having requested the us dersigned to foieelose the same for the purpose of paying said indeb tedness and costs. Now, therefore, notice is hereby iven that I will offer for sale and sell said land 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 St. Louis, within the lawful hours on Mt-nday, May 2nd, 1921 for the purpose of paying said in debtedness and costs. This the 19th day of March, 1921. E. J. GEX, Substituted Trustee. VICTORY AIRDOME PROGRAM OPPOSITE L. & N. DEPOT. Monday, May 2—Louise Huff, in -i What Women Want” and comedy. Tuesday, May 3—Tom Mix in “Heart of Texas Ryan” and a two reel comedy. Wednesday, May 4—Violet Hop son in “The Handicap”, a red-blood ed story of the turf in si* parts and comedy, Thursday, May s—Edith Roberts in “Firecat” and comedy. Friday, May 6—Vivian Martin in “Husbands and Wives” and a two reel comedy. Saturday, May 7—Gladys Walton in “Pink Tights” and comedy. COMING!! “Doraldina” the famous dancer in “The Woman Un tamed” CH ANCKK V SI M MC>NS. (No. 2458.) State of Mississippi. In the Chancery llaueock Comity. Term, A. t>. 151-21. . f To Jesse C. Wagner, if alive, if dead, to his heirs at law, and Mrs. Joseph W. TTnimins. if alive, if dead, to her heirs at law anj legatees, and Mrs. Laura Wagner Roberts, if alive, if dead, to her heirs at law and legatees, and Char iot S. Dexter, if alive, if dead, her un known heirs at law and legatees, and I’eter Callery, if alive, if dead, his un known heirs at law and legatees, and Alex Lesseps. Trustee, if alive, if dead, his heirs at law and legatees or his suc cessors in trust, and Gulf Coast Home stead & Bldg Ass’u and Stephen J. Pen ny and K. J Bowers, Trustee; All other persons having or claiming any right, title or interest in and to the following described land to-wlt: Lot No. 168 of the First Ward of the City of Bay St. Louis, Hancock County, Mississippi and Lot No. 31, in the rear of the First Ward of the City of Bay St. Louis, said County and State, said Lot No. 31 being the lot on the outside of the City Limits and adjoins to and is a continuation of Lot No. 16S 6n the inside of the City Limits. Said lot numbers are as shown on a map of said City of Bay St. Louis and adjoin ing territory, made by Leland J. Hen derson and filed in the office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hancock Coun ty, Mississippi, on January 6th. 1902. You are commanded to appear before the Chancerv Court <>f the County of Hancock, in said State, on the fourth Monday of May. A I).. 15)21, to defend the suit In said Court of J. A. de Montluzin. wherein you are a defendant. This 30th day of April, A. 1)., 1921. (SEAL) A. A. KERGOSIEN. apr 30 * lerk. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE. State of Mississippi, Hancock County. Whereas, Josephine Martin execu ted a Deed of Trust, September, 1920 which is recorded in Vol. 15, of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Land, pages 217 and 218, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Hancock County, Mississippi, con veying to Reuben Brown, Jr., trus tee, for the purpose of securing an indebtedness owing by the said Jose phine Martin to Turner Nicaise, of Kiln Miss., the lands in Hancock County, Miss., described as follows: Beginning at a post set 34 chains and 26 links south of the NW corner of Northwest quarter of Section 22, Tp. 7, South, Range 15 West; thence East 39 chains and 99 links to the quarter section line; thence South 5 chains and 74 links to the Southeast corner of the Northwest quarter; thence West 40 chains to Section line; thence north 5 chains and 74 links to place of beginning, contain ing 22 and 84-100 acres and being part of the South half of Northwest quarter, Section 22, Township 7, S. R. 15 West. And whereas, the said Turner Ni caise, under the power given him in the said Deed of Trust, has substitu ted the undersigned, E. J. Gex, as substituted trustee instead of Reu ben Brown, Jr., which substitution is dated April Ist, 1921, recorded in Book 15, page 23q of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Land, and default having been made in the payment of said indebtedness and said Nicaise having requested the undersigned to foreclose the same for the purpose of paying said indeb tedness and costs. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that I will sell said land at pub. lie outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the front door of the Court House of said county in the city of Bay Bt. Louis, within the law ful hours on Monday, May 2nd, 1921. for the purpose of paying said in debtedness and costs. This the Ist day of April, A. D., 1921. E. J. GEX, Substituted Trustee. CHANCERY COURT SUMMONS. The State of Mississippi, To Henrietta Antoine: You are commanded to appear be before the Chancery Court of the County of Hancock, in said State, on the 4th Monday in May, A. D., 1921, ■to defend the suit in said Court of Edgar J. Antoine, wherein you are a Defendant. This 15th day of April, A. D., 1921. A. A. KERGOSIEN, aprl6-4t. Clerk. CHANCERY COURT SUMMONS. The State of Mississippi. To Rietta Peters: You are commanded to appear bo before the Chancery Court of t’v County of Hancock, in said State, on the 4th Monday in May, A. D., 1921, to defend the suit in said Court of Joseph Peters, wherein you are a Defendant. This 15th day of April, A. D., 1921. A. A. KERGOSIEN, aprl6-4t. Clerk. NOTICE TO CHEMICAL DEALERS Notice is hereby given that the Clerk of the Board Of S pervisors, of Hancock County, Miss., will re ceive bids for 800 gallons of Kil-tik- D or some approved dip recognized by the United States Government. Monday, May 2nd, 1921. The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. This the 9th day of April, 1921, A. A. KERGOSIEN, apr9-4t. Clerk. CHANCERY COURT SUMMONS. (No. 2455.) The State of Mississippi. To Ethel W. Dean: Yo i are commanded to appear be. fore the Chancery Court of Hancock, in said State, on the 4th Monday of May, A. D., 1921, to defend the s\rt in said Court of Henry P, Dean, wherein you are a defendant. This 22nd day of April, A. D-, 1921. A. A. KERGOSIEN, apr23-4t Clerk. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. No£ic e is hereby given that the Clerk ot the Board of Supervisors of Hancock County, Miss., will sell at public outcry to the best bidder, at the front door of the Court House, on May 2nd, 1921, within legal hours a contract to build a bridge across Bayou Leterre, at Fenton, as per plans and specifications on file in th e Clerk's office. The Board reser ves the right to reject any and all bids. This the 9th day of April, 1921. A. A. KERGOSIEN, apr9-4t. Clerk. CHANCERY COURT SUMMONS. No. 2449. The State of Mississippi, To Cassie B. Luc: You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the Coun ty of Hancock, in said State, on the 4th Monday in May, 1921, to defend the suit, in said Court, of Hancock, wherein you are a Defen dant. This 9th day of April, A. D., 1921 A. A. KERGOSIEN, aprl6-4t. Clerk. NOTICE TO BOND HOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Suprvisors of Hancock County will retire $4,000 of Hancock County Road and Bridge Bond of 1911 issue and being bond numbered 155 to 162 both inclusive, Said bonds to be presented to the County De pository by May Ist, 1921, as in terest will cease after that date. This the 9th day of April, 1921. A. A. KERGOSIEN, apr9-4t. Clerk. PUBLIC SCHOOL CLOSES MAY 13. Ail teachers and pupils are taxed to their limit with drill work and mental strain of preparing pupils of all departments for commencement exercises and entertainment. The entertainment will be at the Woodmen Hall, on May 12th. The graduating exercises will be at the same place May 13th. The entertainment will be from all departments and some excellent numbers are being prepared. There will be good music—vocal and in strumental and other features to make you forget yourself for an hour and a half. If you cannot laugh do not come. We will hav e pupils to meet all who wish tickets for the entertain ment May 12th. There w r ill be a small fee charged to defray expenses but there will be no charge at the graduating exercises. The entertain ment tickets will be fifteen and twenty-five cents. Watch for May 12th. Both programs will appear in the local paper next week. —Just received a fresh line of Eastman Kodaks and new films at Bay Jewelry Store. —FOR SALE; One Singer drop sewing machine; good condition; sls Telephone 111. , —FOR SALE; One Red Star wick less oil stove; three burner; practic ally new; apply P. O. Box 11, Fen ton, Miss. HUbI 1 ?•'•■'■'■'■'■'■ i ~ '•'• Jr ' jin ! T >ou see that? j ~ i&£ TPixdSk. • ter V/tfcTnxrnj^i/ni^ j/flyutfe U#u>l (BualtUM ®* 11 THE MAN WHO HAS A NICE BALANCE TO HIS CREDIT IN OUR BANK CAN ALWAYS SMILE. ! HIS MONEY IS SAFE; HE KNOWS IT. RELIABLE MEN OF , „ KNOWN FINANCIAL STANDING AND BUSINESS ABILITY CONDUCT THE AFFAIRS OF OUR BANK. WE TAKE AN INTEREST IN OUR CUSTOMERS. WE ARE " ALWAYS GLAD TO ADVISE WITH OUR CUSTOMERS. WE , ~ KEEP ALL BUSINESS MATTERS CONFIDENTIAL. COME IN. WE INVITE YOUR BANKING BUSINESS, UUmljantH lank, j BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI. I Bay Electric Cos. ;; ' MASONIC BUILDING. •• V ELECTRIC WIRING AND SUPPLIES. * " < * • ELECTRIC IRONS AND FANS REPAIRED. " • * * " " t P. O. BOX 513 : BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. : ’PHONE 84. *• | FOR 1 lumber! % | ' see ;; I MeLBOD & JOYINBR, | OUR MOTTO — Best Lumber and Prompt Deliveries. ;; | WE MAKE LOCAL DELIVERIES. ;; | Bay St. Louis, Miss. TELEPHONE 37. !!