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w'iu Bcnv nic of
i colors, 50c, 75c,
Dress hats trimmed in the latest
style, $1.90, $2.95, $3.50, $3.90
and $4.50,all newand stylish effects
It Pays to Buy at
CUT PRIDE STORE
flbnces Bre no btect
Competition IHas no IMue
We have the biggest selection of
goods in Jefferson county and at .
pii?ES 50 (HME you
Clothes Pins o
10 bars good laundry soap L"c
2 water buckets for L'.'c
2 school tablets for "c
All kinds of buggy whips cheap.
12 sheets Ily paper iJdc
1 daybook ue
1 do, load pencils, "c
i0 envelopes ")C
1 bottle extract ."c
1 pound carpet tacks m;
0 papers tacks 5c
I I chikls' broom 10c
j 1 chikls' swing 45c
! 1 set cui is and saucers 30c
viariu ciocKS i jc
All size chiinney,s 5c
"Window shades 12Ac
Flour pots l(tc
Police lanterns 50c
(lents neckwear of all kinds cheap
Dinner sets of all kinds, Toilet
sets, Tea sets, Granite ware,
baskets of all kinds CHEAP.
COUNTER BUCKET STORE,
Next to Postoffice.
HONEST VALUES STITCHED TOGETHER
WITH TRUTHFUL WORDS.
.My Fall and Winter Goods arc now in. More
stock, better goods, the most artistic designs that
the minds of the cloth makers of the world can con
ceive, the cream of the market.
Beaumont's Leading Tailor.
TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKER,
I am prepared to do any mid all styles of Tin and Sheet Iron
Work. Kslimates furnished promptly on auy kind of work.
Pino Street, Near-the I'oslollice.
from 100 to 8000 gallons capaciy. A liberal share of your pat
ri v .? w,
that any other store keeps
and if we haven't got what
you want we will order it for
Just now we want to call
your attention to our new
line of DISHES.
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Mux Loavy returned from (Salve
ton lust night.
George J. White wt'iit tJ Subitie
I'uhh this morning.
Policeman Hacklcy went t Sabine
J'auB tliiH morning.
Captain CJ. Flanagan went to l'orl
arlhur tint morning.
City Collector Will Si.ttuN re.
turned from (lalveHlon lust uigln.
Mayor Wheat htm returned from
G. It. Furgosoii of Nona, wuh iu
tlio city this uioruing.
Captaiu W. II. Johnson of Uoli-
var was iu the city lust night.
Lovau IlatUBbire of llamshire
spent last night in the city.
Dr. Seustruuk returned lust eve
niug from Orange.
Mrs. A. B. Weaver retuniod thin
morning from Houston.
Charles Parks of Brenham, is iu
the city today.
Ed Kirschuer came in last eveuing
from Orange and went up the Kay
See this morning.
W. W. Wilson assistant manager
of the Kay See, returned this morn
ing from a business trip to Houston.
Captain F. A. Hyatt went to his
brush camp on the Sabine this morn
County Surveyor Daucetto re
turned this morning from San Au-tonio.
Georre IIuc''iu8 of the Sabine Ex
port company, was iu the city this
morning on his way to Sabine Pass.
It. P. and Charles Clark came up
from Galveston last eveniug aud
went to the Pass this morning.
S. B. Hamilton tbe shirt man from
Houston, went to Orange this morn
Miss Beuhin Stone went to Hous
ton last evening, -where she will spend
about a mouth with relatives.
Mayor Mclieynolds of Sabine Pass,
came up last eveniug and spent the
night in the city.
C. L. Nabers manager of Cameron
& Co.'s tie camp at Hillistcr, came
dame down last eveniug from the
P. Leviuo of Galvestou, who has
been here helpiug pack up the
Leader stock, returned homo this
Mrs. Muttie Shoemaker, stenog
rapher for Votaw, Chester & Martin,
leaves tonight for Houston to visit
the home folks for a few days.
Miss Beth Hall, who has been
visiting her sistor, Mrs. J. N. Mo
dule, for some time, left yesterday
evening for Baton ltouge via the
Johnnie Keagau was sbaking
bauds with his mauy friends this
morning. His term of service vith
tbe Rough Riders left him a little
bit tanned but iu the best of hcaltb.
J. H. (Dad) Waul, after an ab
sence of a mouth on a visit to his
old home iu the blue grass regions of
Kentucky, has returned to the city
looking iu the best of health.
A. Zwirn, who has been managing
tbe Leader, has accepted a position
with J. J. Nathan & Co Mr. Zwirn
is a very popular salesman, and Na
than is to be congratulated.
C. L. Nash returned last night
from Marfa, where he has been some
time for his health. He returns
much improved iu health and is loud
in his praises of that country for
those who are afflicted with lung
CfqRE A SPECIALTY f
T,r: lOFDOURS.) - t
. ...We keptl'alsharp1 eye'out'.for Sthe
most desirable of this season'sl offerings fj
I and it only needs your presencetoj demonstrate what a
line it is. KaS.
Made of Solid Oak in the best manner lin stylish -designs,
5b . . rr i it U! 1 !X. . U. . .4.. NT W
2 only the lapse of time can effect their durability or beauty.
A . . .. . . M . ''l 1 1 . 1 l . .
other house in tne trade is ottering sucn aeciaea Dargains.
R. DEI JTSER. Npos.'oW.
LONE STAR FURNITURE STORE.
I Shrewd Buyers
Do Qot t)eed much urg
ing wben they come to
The immense stock of the BEST and NEWEST
in all kinds of goods attracts the careful buyer. Not
only is this a line of
I, IB I WIN
as well. NEW CUSTOMERS ALWAYS WELCOME
I Mammoth General!
1 Er if N ii i OtUA l
i &.Bu ii i w muruiimiuibu oiuru.
If you wish to know unythini,'
tiboutthe business colleen in whi-li
our scholarsliip contest winner
will enter, full nt the ollice of the
Daily Kntkupijisk and jrolonc of
their hiiudsonu: cutaloj,'uus which
will tfive you till the intorinution
Have you tried the Uniou Market
yet? If not, go aud Bee how nicely
they are arranged to keep every
thing fresh aud clean.
OUR SCARFS SAIL
In broozy v-atb-r lik' Ibis
vLen you -an -wair ftsand
and v'sts iif-; mon-and yu
f-' like dr.-sins nji ntty.
You can improve your hks
bv wf-arin? ne f ur Li--t
fiyh; PUFF'S. T t,iy 'ha.
-n f tbo lau-t and rn'-1
Nice frewh voirctables at (heUuion
Market, Crockett btreet, second
door from CuhwcH's drug store.
K. B. Pierce, the music dealer
will open up a new sljck as soon us
hia new building is completed.
Absolutely pure honey in quart
aud half rallon jars, at S. Ledg
er's. FEED, FEED.
Hay, corn, oats, bran, cot
ton setMl infill and all kinds
of feed stnlfw at S. Eedercr's
l'ee (Jee Kedmted Kales.
On Bale daily thirty Jay tickets to
Omaha und return.
On October 8 to Nashville ruJ re
turn at oim aud a third faro.
Ou October 10 and 11 C'hatla
uortga, Tenn., and return at one fare,
limited to return to October 21.
On aule daily ticket to Hot
Springs uud return at Sl'.MiO linii
ted to ninety days from date of hale
Tickets to h11 points north and
c:ixt vU IV"' lee. the hhol t line to
St. lmii, K insiit, t'ity, Memphis.
Omaha and Chieagu, r for points
Ixyond t'Me gdtew.-iyn.
For rutee, lime tlJ.-M, in is He.
'as' cull lit ci'v li' kH iillice iu
b'titli Ilroh' i-ho.-
4. I ' Mom,
( 'oiiiiik r-i.il A' nt.
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Tli' alm'.-p in".-iriH -v-r - tl.inir
that i-, tin' uu' 'sl in c;iii
di S.l I td- by
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YOU CAN WISH FOR.
Tn Millinci-v will I in fiiiind in Illo. Jealiuetto
Stouele's stock of Millinery this fall. Sho i
now in the East buying goods and will 1)0 ac
companied to Ueauinont by it Now York Jtrim
nier. , Ladies, don't buy your Millincryguiilil
yotijsee my stock. fc . .
Mile. Jeannette.' Stenele.2
filccvbcMt. Sotwa bo C
The success of rooking dcjH-nds, t a great
extent, umhi the purity of ingredients used. All
housewives ure not gcuxl judges of quality. For
quality you inu.stdeK:nd ujkhi the word of your
groeor sotnotiines you can, oftentimes you can
noL You cn always depend ujmiti tbe tiOIilXiN
QUALITY. This is attests by the fiwrt that w
bold our customi-rs and aro constunlly adding
ii. won.-s. Ftjii YouK3(;iyx;i-:iiip;s ;o to
J. S. GORDON,
THE FAIR GROCER.
Pimm 9H, (ia KaiKmc
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