Smith & Luce, Two More Early Shipbuilders (of hundreds!)

Con­tributed by Else Mar­tin

Just TWO more of the hun­dreds of ship­builders.…
May 1877 Adver­tise­ments, Star of Pascagoula News­pa­per

R. D. SMITH,
SHIPBUILDER AND SPARMAKER,
East Pascagoula, Miss.
FIRST YARD ABOVE R.R. BRIDGE
Ves­sel hauled out and repaired prompt­ly, and on rea­son­able terms. All mate­r­i­al fur­nished at cheap rates. Par­tic­u­lar atten­tion paid to work out­side.
Orders left at Post Office Exchange or P. O. box 54, SCRANTON.
May 18, 1877, Adver­tise­ment, Star of Pascagoula News­pa­per

CLINTON L. LUCE.
Ship­smith and Gen­er­al Job­ber
SCRANTON, MISS.
Will do all kinds of repair­ing in iron,
cop­per and tin. Sat­is­fac­tion guar­an­teed.
Stop in Pol’s ship yard,
sec­ond yard above rail­road bridge.