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TMe BEAUMONT INTERHIHe. rWIDAV. OCTOBER u. im.
THE REASON MADE PLAIN.
Akard Man'e Otnclag Accounl4
for by Atcidtnt.
Capl. flK-ncer-t'Ujr. ho U to marry
Uui l"aul.uu Astur, U well luoaa la
Ilia Amt-rlcaa enloiiy of Ijinduh,
"CUy," taid youuf Aeit-ricsn. 1
an auiiiblns rtp, (Joint about from
ilart to lare. lie f -U-ks up a myriad
tt CMtd and taking riMxlt-. Tiieie ha
Mores a ay, and during lull la con
terkailoua la relate theia with viva
city. -lie dmrrltird th other day a danee
at Ma ilaeo In surrey, lid ald two
girls were tbere n re Jnaluua of
una another. The flrt Klrl danced
with a tall and akward f.llow, and
arranl aha aat down beMde her
rival. Cly. ho stood near hy, then
krurd hr any:
""I hart teea dancing wlih Mr.
'Vef snld the otliir C'rl.
"'Mr. Pinlto, fch went on. ltn a
rnmiilnrc-nt lanich. "pay" beautiful cow
lillinrnts. Ha anld that, till he met
we. Iila life bad been a denert
" 'Ah nald the aeeond Klrl. 'that la
why bo Uancoa like a cornel, en?"
Offered Vandarbltt Money.
Mr. Alfred Vauderbllt drove tho
coah Venture to the raeea at the
iuic Islnnd trarlia nearly every duy
duririK tho seiiwin. and on the way
clown atopjied at a roadhouae at Proa
pert Park Circle for refreshments and
a rhntiKe of horse.
Ono day, while the Vanderhllt parly
won Rented nt a table In the main din
ing room, an Individual ant down at
an ndolnltiK table and called for
chutnpnKiio. NotlcltiK his nelRhbora.
of whoHu Identity ho won not aware,
partakliiK of a more inndeat huvernKO.
he Invited them to Join him. The lie
vltatlon was not noticed and ho got
utiKry. Flashing a roll of bills, be
"You're cheap Hkntos! Maybo you'd
like to hnvu u llltlo of this! There's
Ili-furo ho could any nny moro two
Jiorrlllod wultei'8' himiled him out, and
he ncurly collapsed when ono of them
"Say, you're a piker! Don't you
know who thut was? Why, thut wun
The Tan That Won't Come Off.
CniirtlelKh liHked with mingled a
tonUhinent and apprehension at Miss
IlaiMjuet, us hIio hurried from tho ten
nlH court nnd bathed her sunburned
fnco In h barrel mil outside the club
house to catch rail water. The at
tention Courtlelgh hid been pay in?
the fair maiden warranted the us
numptlon that ho was Interetited In
having her complexion maintained Id
a iwod Htoto of preaervatlon.
"Don't you worry," said Miss Tat
tie. "NothliiK nets a tan llko cold
water. If a girl bathes her sunburn
In leed water a few t'mes fiho will
acquire a tan thut will endure through
tho winter, In Bplto of all tho cold
ream nnd Bldn emollients on earth
It pimply won't come tiff. Gertie will
huvo a tan like a Sandy Hooh pile
beforo she gets hack to the city. A
tjirl who wants to stay out In the snu
nnd Btlll ;o back to town without taa
Imthes her face In water as hot as aha
can stand It."
It was In a well-regulated family of
mosquitoes that hnd recently moved
hither from New Jersey.
Tho wife sold to the husband:
"For pity's sake, Splker, go and see
what that child Is crying about!"
Dutifully the husband arose from h.'s
bed nnd went into the children's room.
When bo returned his wife snld:
"Well, what was tho matter witb
"Nolhln" much," responded her
Bood nntured hushand, "except, thr.t ho
cnid ho hadn't hBd a good feed of
crmlo oil since he left New Jersey,
nnd ho was Just starving for It. I
gave him a doso and ho went to sleep
contented. By the way. we must lay
In a nsvf supply to-morrow. Wo'ra
ell gettin' a llttlo run down for thd
luck of It We'd better move to For
est park." Haltlmore American.
In the early summer a friend hired
1 house on Staten Island with all its
liclotmlngs, Indoors and out, the lat
ter Including a horse, a cow, pigs an
poultry. While there wore about lo
hens, there were but two rootttrrs, nnc
In this flock the eight year-old daugh
ter lireume deeply Interested. "Papa,"
she hold one day, "what aro those Ivri
big eliirkons with red combs on the)',
foreheads?" "Thosa, my child, are
roofters," the wan Informed. "Well,
what are roosters?" "They aro tlie
fathers." "Oh! And what are all the
others?" "Why, they are the moth
ers" After a moment' reflection
IMith Innocently remarked: "My
pruciom. papa, what an awhil lot of
fr.tlnrs must lave died to leave no
Siany mothers all alone."--New York
Inspects American R
It. 1'iariK-k. an Kryptian railr,4
ruan fr"tn Af!it. i v t -1 I n t,- tV
tountry. lie in lironitive miprrln
tendnt of 1he Kcyp'ian rate railaar
and iiR come here at the rvjut of
the grovi-mm'-nt to lO'pect the Areetl
Hi rail". l'b a rivm tn tntr.1iie
Ir.a "tn f 'he nmdTn America a
tPtthodn of trn'n'lm It, to tl
Practice What He Pre?.
Tbe archl'Miop 4 Wt-tn lr.' r?
vrne a total l.ra'eT. tJVe "r
tlial Mr:r,ii.r b" baa reorTir- 1
tav Bia .'e fji-,F ll tWk 1 j !rtn--Dr"s.
ard a te tv-l t'r- li '
trrtai'tm to th'e l,o ffd I'. I I e
ieriO'd '"i r"e n "
Ae Milk Grot Old.
la an tttpetiiueat mi Iba ralathm of
mperatura to the kepln p-xjje. tj
if milk, at the Cootie ticut Uiorr
.tatkm. iba baeleria la milk rauUi-
ylied nvt-fold la twenty four houi
hen the temperature waa &d degre
K anil 7.'.o fuld lu the aaiu llu
bi-n lha leaiieralur aa 7 degree
Milk keLi at as curdled la eigbttea
hour, at 7') In forty elc'it huur. ai.4
t Ct In US hour. Bo (ar aa lha keea
.".K property of milk U concerned, low
temperature ronatdered ft aoia
tiuportauc than rlcaUlne.
In nillb ktiiil at as the uecl fle-
.el..i,li' nirKt ra.ililltr I the utideatr-
tela ore kuowu a lluclllua la M( aeia-
At a lonumrature of 70 tbil apecluf
devpVipa relatively !ea rapidly In tho
majority of casea than Haclllua lactla
acidl. which latur la very desirable
In both ctearn and cheese ripening'
The bacteria In milk kept at SO In
crease Howly. and later consist of
very few lactic organlsiua, but or mi
cellaneous types. Inrludlng many
forma that render tho milk unwhole
some. TIioko hacterla continue to rrow
ioiv dnv after day. but the m'lk
keeps sweet because tho laetle organ-
luma do not dovelop abundantly.
rtueh milk In tho courso of t!m
Seeomes fnr moro unwholosomo than
.,,nr milk hlncn It In filled with organ
Isms that tend to produce putrtfnc
Although the temperature of BO de
grees Is to bo empnauenny roccm-
mended to tho dairyman ior tno pur
poso of keeping his milk sweet and In
proper condition for market, ho must
especially ho on his guard against tho
feeling that milk which la several
days old la proper for market, even
though It la Btlll Bwcet and has uot
Quito tho reverse Is the cane. Old
nUh Is never wholesome, even though
It lins been kept at a temperature of
50 degrees and Btlll remains swcot and
This very considerably modifies
tome of our previous Ideas concerning
milk, for It has been generally be
lieved that, so long as tho milk re
mains sweet, It Is In good condition
for uso. Quite tho contrary In this
.miho, If It has been kept at a tempera
ture of SO degrees or In this vicinity.
It Is not unlikely that It Is thi
fact that leads to some or the cases of
lee cream poisoning BO eanimon iu
Tho cream Is kept nt a low tempera
ture for several days until a consid
erable quantity hns accumulated or a
demand has come for Ice cream, and,
when made Into Ice cream, it Is filled
Tilth hacterla In great numbers and
of a suspicious character. Prof. IL W.
When Salt Appears in Butter.
In the Rtimmor time It i qulto com
aon to see butter with ealt standing
on It. Agricultural napers frequently
receive letters asking why tho salt
comes out on the butter. Tne explana
tion Is simple Wd fce gutter can bo
easily kept In a normal condition. The
ealt comes out of the butter simply
bccnuise tho butter Is kept In a dry
atmosphere. This cnuics the mois
ture in the butter to move toward
the surface of the butter and evapor.
ate Into the air. As it wns salt water
In the butter it Is salt water when it
gets to the BUiface of the butter
lint in evaporating it cannot take tua
anlt with It, but has to leave it. At
first tho amount of salt deposited Is
so smnll that tho residue of salt i?
not noticed. Later, however, tho ac
cumulations become so largo thnt they
are apparent to tho eye. If the but
ter wore weighed before the evapota
tion nnd afterward It would he found
that tho loss of weight bad been con
siderable. Keeping the butter In a
moist pinco will prevent tho accumu
lation of salt. If the place where tho
butler Is stored Is opened several
times a day it will be advisable to
keep a crock of water in It, that the
evaporation may regulate itself. Eut
where butter Is stored In a cool place
t!:at Is not often opened there will bo
llttlo trouble from this cause. Tho
lower tho temperature tho less the
evaporation. Places where the tem
perature Is high and ventilation good
dry out the butter quickly nnd leave It
covered with salt.
New Zealand and Dairy Exports.
Tho general public does not, per
haps, realize how large a place New
Zealand is filling In the production ol
tuiMcr and cheese for consumption In
England. New Zealand is as ct but
thinly populated country, and th
innual receipts of several million do
!nrs for butter and rho"e wdd In tht
Knplih market ! a considerable item.
The tra-le ha larrcly t-ecn bt;!:t up
luring the lt ten jesr. It new
amounts to ab'iut seven million V
Inrs for butter and a million ft
rtu-oM. l"or the year rnilirg Virrh
l!.-i. New Zealand period f.iitter tc
Hie value .'f I'-J.III winrd and rhecM
,i the value of lO.atl po'irol
pound a ejital to f I e In 0'ir mnrey
Ht 9n the rpTt 'f bitter frcn
New Zeiand were worth f.3J"r.
wnd aj.d f fl.e,a ?': pnt
T.e et i loj m.-t t l.a hf n vr;
.lead?. -b"!l 'be b-a:tl.j : M
M..ti tl r.;e ard the r:-';.l !fc
rr.-a"' In th. ' j. .piii, . t, ..f N.
7.lar 1 lit t' utr ! ir llnnli
! 4 tbe p'ir, 'f ' -e r!'-
f '72? 'i-r. e. J of h TP 14"
Half Cent Per Posltlvoly One
Word, If Paid Cent a. Word If
In Advance, Charged.
Ha Ad. Ul far leu lUm
fartkar atlc will
lM.kUeH-r and Keiu-ral office piaa.
Addres V. K. Ibia office.
o u :ti
VANTKI An i-M-rleiic-. enice.-jr
l b rk waitla pojdtioli. can keep himkH
Will work rhrau to alarL Addn-s It.
euro Enterprise. I07 p
VAXTKI-riuln Hewlnir lu lake
home, or will sew out by ibe duy.
I'rices reiisonulde. Apply lo Mr, flay.
Kin, Navarre Motel. 1 13-31 p
VV I l-l
$-,.r,ii -r day ai J-iuilug Oil Field.
Apply V. W. Woodswortb. Mnhnffey
Motel Jennliik'. M H lwo
vi'ivTl'l) A hI r lei I v Kober and
llrl class coat maker. Sieudy work
ii... ..i.nr nnillil lo tllil rlullt 1111111. Call
or address I'lill Kimon. U-esvlllo. Iju-
i . .
VA'ANTKI A strictly soocr nnunrsi
class piinlH innker; steady wink Iho
eur round t tho right man. fall
or iidrcss. Mill billion, lesvllle, La.
10 1:1 :ilo
4 . -
WANTICD AI pants maker and ull
round busbelmaii by C. A. Alexaii
dr. Wi 1'eurl street, Jb'iiumont.
WANTICD To borrow $:!0d on good
real estate security; will pay good
nt 'icst and all ir.eessv..' ei.-enses.
Achlress I'. O. Uox No. 2, cltv.
1 1 1 '
WANTICD lriO-lmrrel lank car and
two Hiniiarrel tanks. Iteply nt onco
No '.111!) 'uro Ueuumont ICnterpnse.
WANTICD Reliable while woman
to do work for junnll family. 243
llonhum street, one block from ixtst
WANTKn To sell oil Installment.
plan a $1,200 six room, double gallery
house for $1,000. Dr. Balrd, Now
'I'liono 120 or 675. a
WANTICD Hy Sabino Trnm Cj ,
Ileweyville, Texns, men to slack, load
nnd handlo lumber. Married men j;.'e
lerred. Apply In penson to W. C.
Grnv, Deweyville, Texas. 10-7- fc
WANTED A position by young
lady stenographer, first-class in every
resoect. is well educated and bos
some knowledge of accounting. Ad
dress, L. K. 2218, Falls Uity, rcxas.
WANTrcn For TI. B. Armv: Able
hrwtinii nnmnrrled men between ages
9i nn,i sr.- rlilzenfl of United States.
of good character ar.d temperate
habits, who can speoK, reaa aua wriie
EnKlish. For information epply to
Recruiting Ofllcer, Postoffloe Bulld
Inpr, Beaumont, Tex. 7-3 e.o.d. tf
FOR RENT Furnished room fo(
one or two gentlemen. South room.
Close in. o." Pine street. 10-l l-l!:'.lp
FOR SALE Residence and two lots,
liable nnd busuy house, on Magnolia
Avenue. $1,000 if sold nt once. Ad
dress 1C Johnston, 1085 Pine.
FOR SAMC 1,0(10 feet A I 3-Inch
i,iin.r fur sum: two first -class steam
heads $100 ench, on Spindle Top. W.
). Wilson, 118, Wanehetto Apt. wiif?.
FOIt SALIC Ikes Palace, at Neder-
land, Texas. The chance of your life.
II" you are Irom Missouri, come ami i
will show yon. Fifteen hundred uoi-
h.rs renilicd. IUe II. Freeman.
10-1 4 wp
FOR SALIC Oil well casing. We
pull ciisiiiKS with hydraulic jaUs.
( 'out rnct for well pulling. Call on .1.
W. Ilrown, Sour Mike. Old phone t7.
.o ut Hat son.
FOR SALIC 8 room Douse, lot and
improveinents, on College nnd ltibb
See V. lllanehette. 10 Snip.
FOR KICXT S room bouse. $ er
niontli; (' small house. at $1 and $'
per inonlh. Apply 11 27 Chnndos
I ' ' !
Mill Iil'NT Nieelv furnished front
rom for cent Ionian or couple, rbise
in :Ti Colli-Ki street lietwecn reari
nnd M.tin nn-et. 1" 10 "tp
FOR KKXT Two front rooms:
nnitln rn Mi"-'ire. for oflieo or apart
n.. ti . at itie . tr"io-it:iii. ill Tevis
nr-t invest ii:aie at once, fine Im.i
l i; KKXT rnriniishi-d : 2
. ,l i ll'.T ll.,rn-on Ave.
in is :
! l'l KN'SlinD 1;MS ire-ntrlr
f- et :...! r--.m--. w:'h r i'To-'H
.:' . j-j ? :t n" to . I -'f-
j 1"iU KKNT-Two nict'r furnisbel
i --I--IJ ro. !. dr--r. 1-1. C"ni
.--. w ,r. fr'mt ra:L rr. 111 " pe
t., . eer 1a-r-' tinf irnif liej
T v ... fr m J'efl ti f ". '.1 ft rnnm:
',. T .. .m ,f.f-"e. '0. Ir. Pr r I.
7 ... v. Vlr. rr T'f t "phne
tic Ait erdartd la raa tlU
caarfd III! erdertd ait.
MIST A bundle rontaininB a pair
of (win and a black vest. Sunday
loorilllltf on IVarl or College Mrvct.
Iinder pleaso -r-tuin w '
terprim ottico and r-celio reward.
U 12 I St dti
FOUND Oue black lioro 15 hand
hiKh. no brand, color mark m left
hhoubb r. Scar on iii?ht arm. with
t.hl under ear, mucin d front fore lop,
rhKl In '"ml. Can bo f"iml at my
farm at Ainellar II. A. Mmkford. Ta
. n up Sunday evening the 2d.
FISH AND OYSTERS.
Served or Bold In bulk. Always on
hand. Alwaya freah. Pete I'eppn.
3G8 Colleco street. 9 2 Mm
DM. W'M. C BAIRD. rnyalclaQ and
Surgeon, chronic and prlvnto diseases.
Whatever may bo your ailment, you
can get vnluuhlo advlco and treatment.
All unfortunates have kind advice;
offlco V. nhinchctto Uld'g.. new 'phono
120, laboratory 'phouo 675. 9 23.
Sour Lake "bprtng Hotel," rebc'.ll
and refurnished. Rates, $2.00 and
$2.60 per day. Meals 60 cents. Speo.
lal weekly nnd monthly rate. Hotel
bus meet trains, far 21 cents.
NOTICE Mr. Helen McCarey will
open her achool of Stenography, Mon
day, September 6th, 1904. Day and
night classes in dictation $5.00 per
month.. Positions guaranteed.. Fur
ther Information call at Room 11 New
Blanchette Bldg., Pearl St., Beau
mont, Texas. New Phone 6. 1mo
mivrcna ANn CONTRACTORS.
For Iron fences, brick, counters, floor
railings, fire escapes, wintiow guarua,
levator enclosures, cabs, grille and
wire work for nil purposes. Write the
Texas Anchor Fence Co. Fort Worth,
1.ATTP.11MAM . MINCY will buy
old abandoned oil wells on Spindle
Top or surrounding' country, or pull
pipe from snme on per centage. Call
or phono 357 or 159, or address P. O.
Box 1075. 9 22 mp.
For sale. Very profitable general
merchandise business in flourishing
town in Texas rice belt. Uox 104,
Ileuumont, Texas. 10-12-2vp.
NATHAN SELLS IT FOR LESS.
Bicyclist Bumps a Dee.
Sporting items from Caribou: A
boy In- the name of Pelkey, while
riding down from Van Buren on n
bicycle Tuesday, took a "header" from
a very unusual cause. While com
ing down a hill he ran into a deer,
smashing the wheel and throwing him
several feet. Tho deer escaped with
out injury so far as known, nt least
It made its way into the woods, but
the V(oy and wheel weren't so lucky.
Public Labor Exchanges.
France is going to try the experi
ment of suppressing paying employ
ment ageneles and to conduct a public
labor exchange in connection with the
local municipal government, a register
setting forth tho offers and demand
for work and situations to be main
tained at the mayor's office in each
community of le-s tlmn 10,000 Inhabi
tants, and larger rommunt's are to
conduct free municipal agencies.
Factories for Mexico.
Mexico Is bidding for Industries
and she is getting them on a large
scale. Croat factories are being
erected In every part of the republic
and their products are being pro
tected by the laws of the country.
Hundreds of thousands of people who
were once Idle have learned to work
In the mills and fact u ie which have
NATHAN SELLS IT FOR LESS.
Physique Outranks Intellect.
An Knglish naval cadet who took
eleven first prize on his training ship
and in the first examination gained
J7. !er cent of t! po'Me marks,
ha lieen rejected on medical exam
ination for the navy, owing to .1 rraall
defect in one little to".
Ireland to Vake Sugar.
The climate and toil of Ireland hav
Inc leen declared suitable for sucar
in , 3 i acre near Cork are to be
llant'-d i'h lhcM tuber, and it la
; ;e t 'hat ere lone the t'nitcd
K'nr-.i .m will be alio to grww all its
Te Ladiea of St. Louis CatHclic
CHitrch !'! civ a 1-araar at I'ri.f.
-)..-.ti an t.-ri UacL-.-ry
s-..re loi.'-iine on CMrtt t reel. Oct.
r; to "V I t betn-fil f t'" w
, - -th 1 :!'! '.:-'!?! 1 m''cnie vrr
NATHAN SELLS IT FCP LEeS.
"W. IvI. Crook:
Raama 1 17, Blanehttta CtUta Blda,
AttocUttd R. C Harria, I. W. Lawhoa
ATTORNEV AT tAW.
17 Glletrrt Building, Beaumont
Corraspendenta In Nt York.
St Lou!, Chicago, Etc
FOR SALE CHEAP
i pair large Mare Mules,
i pr. medium slzeilules
Atply at once to
French MarKet Grocery Co.
DRS. ALLEN & COX,
Rooms 1, 3 and 4, Wiesa Annex.
Over Sollnskcy'g Grocery Store
New 'Phono 260. Old 'Phone
and Builder .
Prof. Cheeiman'i Vrf
Opens Sat. Oct. 1st V
for girls and men.
Oct. 3 forAdolts. f
MR. WM. A. KIRKPATHICK
Teacher of Voice, Piano, Organ,
466 Magnolia Ave.
Prospectus Nailed on Application
Dr. A. C. Stafford, Dentist
Is prepared to do all kinds of dental
work. Prices reasonable. Examina
tion free. Gas glvon In extracting
when requested. Rooms 14 and 15,
over French Market. New phone 805
C. T. Helslg. T. V. Smslker.
HEISIG & SMELKER.
AND SURETY BONDS.
Phones 51 Beaumont. Tex.
Saratoga Batson Transfer
AND LIVErv. STABLE. .
PHILIP H. GARRIGAN, Propr.
Heavy hauling and general transfet
and livery business. Phone No. 6;
J. B. BRECHIN,
Architect and Supervisor.
Rooms 1, 3, 5.. V. Blanchette Bld'g.
Old Phone 151.
Maps and Blueprinting.
in Old Beaumont Iron Works Stand,
corner Bowie and Orleans.
BOTH 'PHONES 63
RY. Low Rate Int.
How are Your Eyes
You owe It to your self to And out
at once. See our eye specialist.
THE BECK JEWELRY CO.
Hebert & Hebert,
Dealera in Live Stock.
Look out for negro and mule, for boo.
raised meat and pork. Give as a call
662 Mala street. Botb l'bones 220.
KEBERT A HEBERT.
i V. WTESS & SON
Fire, River and Marine. Accld'Mt J
and Tornado Insurance. Estab-
lintad 1865. ?
Fhon t. Beaumont, Teaaa.
Cemer SiKth St. and Broadway.
A vwrurr7 school f5r VT" at 9
rw. fp"-ial a'tn? "n ta 'Tuiptt
!!:rins rrpr"'"','''on 'rr e''-- A?
:ia:ion l'a!vri'r cf in
fva hrsr,ri: r1 Varfcip to t tt
tiTT rT;l- Prr!l c'3H-r. Atf
' lot, In tin ir 'ivi !il.
Arthur B. PH.! .p. B. A, Vlr.
. 1 IS u
Set Complete, ready for use,
on Calder, Orleans, Pearl
Austin, Magnolia, Liberty,
North, Hebert, Forsythe Col
lege, ParK, Pine and Main Sts.
BEAUMONT GAS CO.
J. S. GORDON CO.
GRAIN ft FEEp
PHONES No. 32
W. C. TYRRELL, Pres. and Xfgr A. M. M'l'ADUIN, ViCX-Pres.
B. C. TAYLOR, Secy. B. R. NORVELIj, Treasurer.
W. C. TYRRBLL1, Jr., Asst. Secy, and Treasurer.
. Heywood Oil Co.
PRODUCERS and SHIPPERS OF CRUDE OIL
OF BEAUMONT AND SOUR LAKE, TEXA.
Complete Equipment and all Facilities for quick deliveries,
OFFICE: Kyle Opera House Bld'g.
$ nfemnr( Anv of
V wmw ' - f I
"KeooooooK)cooeoo coeoeoe-ooocoeoooeoeo j
B. R. Norvell, Prasfdent.
Chaa. H. Stroeck, Cashier.
American National Bank,
Capital StocK, SiOO,OOO.OQ.
Exchange Drawn on all Principal Cities of the World.
We have the only Separate Steel Safety Deposit Doxes In the City...
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Belongs To The
nTrTiT IJI lraiiysnrifJ""' ""ui
One Gallon Water
Three Gallons Water
Five Gallons Water
Ten Gallons Water
One Barrel Water
Special TicKct Discounts:
15 One Gallon Tie Kets
6 Three Gallon Tic'ict
5 Fire Gallon Tickets
? Ten Gallon TicHets
5 One Barrel TitKets
10 One Barrel Ticfcttt
20 One Barrel Ticfcet
Coll for Tickets,
the Reriumont Bar.Ks.
Geo. C. O'Brien, Vice-President,
W. B. LIgon, Assistant Cashlen
W. C. Tyrrell, 2nd V. P.
"'" twigwwi mmiiagjrjinr
On Credit. Cash,
p. .Tiivi .) . V- If l" M
,,,, : J.U- V. t iar - It: