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R GROCERIES gcLWs ki i.i gr., Ko K-nnr1crtf nu Arvt hi n fr Inrcfi contracts enable us to buv in i NU UIU aluLINi ULvO I. U1MIIWUUI - ci largo quantities at rock bottom prices. ttvS. tlliNl1 Daily received, we are justly celebrated for the quality (SHU IPlOOUCCt of our Cheese, Buttei and Ecs. Coffee ;r- ii K'ii. ill-tin IVal.'1'V-Up-rii M'm Iih. iifi-n Java. tJri'fii ('t;i I.' ' Ki.iiNl.-il iiimI . i-.uii'l I j.i. un-iiit '"' M Sulinsky'r. .I.i mi ISI. imI. C.ili Mr i linni-l Sugar: Standard N V grauiilatod V,...v C 'I:; i ili' t. ( 't.nlVi lion i 's "A." CtU iKKtf SlIMIV 1 '..Will II "I PN'.MI -. KI.I.S IN t.l.VSS. 1 l.'ill.'x w.l f'l. J. in Swi'i'l p'uklos Oiiimis pirklrd India Ki-li-ili Ji'iuz's'li'.v I'Iimw; Acme Hot VIMiliAlt. (Y,,,(. and Itlackwvll's Im.III.mI While in" iMi'i.iii i.M i i;i:ncii n;.s FillfttS I'l'l'll I Fins. N'u-. ilji iV Ci"' Fins Ni-..lliiV Ci" l''1il Moy.-ns Trial I -tit Mo.vcns Trial's Fxlra, in glass MftHiTi:i Ml Slli;Mi.ls. nianipignoiis extra 111 "la!,s .sf.M:.ii s. Lusk's California liirkiiiotf's Oyster I '.ay. Mi stai:i. Column's Iin irl- I ('(.II. urn's iloiiieslir mustard ll.n-sn KaUh Mustard Cel. 'i v M iita rd Kngli.di Sandwich Must ml Fivnch Prepared inuslard Salad dressing .1 KI. I.IKS AND I'liKSKIiVKS. Mince niral in bulk Mineo meat in 1Mb cans Anderson's .lams NuiiiM'ii'x .lam's M . vim's Jams Curtice Mns. .lam in glasses I u strninod ll.i",y. I 'niv comb I lnlH'.V Maple syrup. Canada ( 'l. i ri- in Ma ni hinn 'Ih i t n in brandy I Inilsi-hold nmmo'iia ( YaiilH'i'i'i' N'm. I Family Ma.-ki'ii-l . .11 in. I Ibrring in rri.it ami niKi:sK."f J Vi.rk full ileum cheese Vming American clioeso I inHii'i.'d Swiss choose Imported I.,imburgor tliocsn I 'im apple li'i'o I II. . .ited Kdttlll tllCCS ' Kim v Flg'm creamery I l AVOIUNG EX l ltACTS. Dr. Price's, ull flavors l!at iu's, nil flavors K. rl.es Urns', sprinkle lop pure Vanilla, liiMiion, Almond, Huna na, Straw li i ry fi-ni t coloring en (' J.ATK. d'rali'il coci.aiiiil I taker's bitter chocolate Maker's swcel chocolate Cerinaii sweet chocolate. I taker's coo a TEAM. Hem. Tea Young Hyson Tea ( iiilnnirTca Japan Tea I '.lack Ten Karlv l.reakjast Tea '(AI.IIUIJMA CANNED 1'IiriTS. W hile heath peaches Yellow crawford peaches White cherries I '.lack cherries Hartlett pears Nectarines ( inldell Apr'u'ots Fgg plums ! reeii gages Yellow Hamsons I '.lack berries Strawberries I. pi Ilea p li Kvi less and cor sliced Italiaiiia pi-eapple, grated. NITS. 'I'm ai.iina iilmomls, soft shell C'ulifornia ulim.nds Walnuts Hazel Nuts Itlltteril Uts I 'era us ( Wi mi nuts Hlanclied almonds MM ITS. Oranges Apples lellolis Hananas TAX HIES. Imported I'Veneh hull lions Domestic mixed Me.xiran pecan candy I Jock candy pit IK n;t ITS. ()ranro peel M'llioll Jieel I'alerma citron Malaga citron, 1 pound cartoons Cleaned currants Sultana seedless raisins liondon layer raisins fjoosu. muscatels Seeded, raisins, 1 pound pack ages Turkish layer lis J)ried apricots Dried nectarines Dried peaches I'runes Turkish dates spices Cream tartar (!i"ound mace (I round Cayenne pepper (.round white pepper (J round sifted pepper (Jround (linger Java Cinnamon Nutmegs Alls .ice Cloves Poppy seed Canary seed 1 til d seed I a rl sii "it III ....... I ear I lapioca I 'earl Parley Parina ( 'ni n Starch ( 'ox's ;rc Inline le.L'.irelt's Jelley Powder rouvEs. Manxanilla olives Italian queen Olives California Uahy olives Ijea iV: 1'errin's sauco Manchester sauco ( 'liili sauco Tohasco sam-e Halhiana and Cie Olive oil Pla'niol Olive Oil Lucca oil in haskets Underwood's lobsters Underwood's deviled liam .McMenim's deviled crabs Dunbar's shrimps Pillow J Jock salmon Dunbar's lunch oysters IJussian Caviar Imported (iillett's sardines Imported u la tomato Imported I'alstalf sardines Imported yacht club sardines Mustard sardines American Sardines CANXKl) MEATS. Vienna sausage Pork sausage Lunch tongue Chipped beef Corned beef IJoast beef . Potted ham Potted chicken Potted tongue Chili concarne And a thousand other articles of food impossible to enumerate. We keep everything comprising staple and fancy groceries. m m ni lFFNSWARE forms one of the largest assortments in the state. Our own importatU)nsfrorS England and foreign potteries make i-s up-to-date in shape and decora- tlOnS"0UR EN AMELWARE direct from the manufacturers is large and well selected ev- erythkTwynys afull linof ClasswaPefumpsltc. Call and see our stock and remember hat evening purchased at the lendjnj a recommendat.onft,r quahty. J. J. SOLINSKY, THE LEAPING CROOER. Bare I? Wove to ibolb on IMeat anb -BUY THEIR CLOTHING OF US. is 1 he merchant who clings to old meth ods, This is the time of year to push your business and we will guarantee that an ad in Entcrptrse will bo road by more people than if placed in the columns of any competi tor. We Carry the Best Line 7 .".- SPITS NOW 1 1. $10 SUITS NOW 7 SO SUITS NOW 11 oo THE BEST LINE OF GHOES IN OUR STORE. We always lead. Remember the place. JlE.S'S popillir SSOnJE, BEAUMONT, TEXAS. . 9 "' . ur JBoohe i RAMBLERS LEAD, I AS USUAL- " ... . I i i 1 1 1 v ii j 'V n i.r' l i ! ' "ii a i.d a re , ; !;! "i liV iip!i' who I .1 !! i' ' n 'ther 1 li.i 'i kk -l ul. r m u: ,'iin ;n itiii am I.) Ii. ii.ii ii ii iiu wffls :; ...073 Jfor Cnicm?... 1 L1TTM-: IA)CALS H- Tlw.k War.l U'hitO will reach at nrrcn Wednesday and ounue oiay nignu Thoi'kcli ' jwsht-d oir quietly thero lioing '.o frictlou rt?iHiteil at any of tlu ;olls and everything goiny td hIiow that a full vote would ho polled. Walter Co iklin has bought the Ihiiu II ml l..lllfi.P nnsiiwKH nf It .11 I. I ...... ....-- .... .1 W. Wilmm, und iHiHunnounceu nm Intention of iuitting tho whisky business. Don't fori t tho charity ball Friduv niirhv Tho tickeU only cost ifl und it will o tho niceht ball of the season. Hie ladies who are urn. iging for tho ball do servo the support of everybody, and wo Ihmm that it will be as much of a M uncial success as It will socially. WAN l'KD f ix cut IoikIh of Ann, Oak mid l'lno wood in 10 lueli nuil 4 foot liMictlm. QuoUi prices. Aililr8ii fc. A Lnuirtillii. 1'ort Arthur, Texas. 11-8-wp .lust opened a ca.se of 50c Men's Undershirts. Will go at 25 c. ate always open for comparisons of circulation. ii. I .i !'. V" I, ll I t .. 1 I . it . t j. . ' !..;. ,1 J.,i, . ..t .,.. 1.. t ; P. H. WIESS, The Wheel Man. Don't Fish on Sunday. Did you ever go fishing on Sun day and lose your bicycle? Well, that's what ono of Beaumont's most populiir wheelman did last Sunday. Ii; is isn't very often that he fishes on Sunday, but being of the nature that delights in the angling for the finny tribe he thought; that Sunday was an ideal day for such sport, and, rubbing up his "old Cleveland," to make it look nice, so when he passed any lady friends they would think he was out a short Sunday afternoon spin, then sup plying himself with the necessary fishing tackle, he started ou his way up the river, out by the lte- liance mill, up by the cemetery and into the piney woods until he arrived at Collier's fefry. It was the work of only a few minutes to get the fcrrvinan and have him take ('old Cleveland" and its own er across. . ' s tho place he was to go to had J ready been decided on, a short r n along a cow trail out through the woods brought him to a little lake out in the swamp that was just alive with trout and porch. So interesting was the time he was having that dark ness crept upon him long be fore he thought it was time to start for home. Casting away the old pole that was cut a short time before from some convenient canebrake, he wound up his lino and started for his wheel, whh-h he had left stand ing near a small tree by the cow trail. For a -bile it looked as if the earth hs.d opened and swal lowed tree, wheel and all; anyway the wheel wasn't found Sunday mirht. bonieone had to walk about six miles home, after leav ing orders with the ferryman to 'go over eai ly m the mornm and see if you can find my wheel, but mum is the word. The wheel was found, and can be seen most any morning at the express otnee. May Cause "War. Chicago Timo-ller.ilcl. The greatest obstacle in con structing a railroad in China lies in tho numberless funeral mounds with which the country is cov ered. The ancestral worship is iuc oniy rongion universally rc Spxted in China. There is no su ritice a Chinaman "will not make however economical he may be, t asMiro the ri'iH) of his ances tors. Mngi a r? consulted to ascer tain the bet locality for these mounds, and the wine man often cli.cs a sjwt of his own, and thm-by turn- on honest enny Jor mm ii. Owe devot'vl to a residence for the di'9.1 the land Ixn-nmpx Mr-trwI. i and U'iril'l" the vengPADce forany 1 i: .. ... . I. ti J ' 'iirri-fi Miinn. guv mol an- i i nt are a iihk h resicrlol now i. in tin ir f'-t .lay, and i.nie of ib 'in li t 1 . k tfi"ii'andof vear. T.i l.i v i,t a railroad without dn tiiibirg am .f tbni mould re-rt- a t' n i;. und t- d. .tr' v ll i. -ni o'il I ' to xe'no a icmiI 4.'...n., ii. 'i . far fifiu ciitain tbiil Ptiv in. 'r Would .1' trr p .! 1) ( i .- t pnn t ll? . i l n. '.!., i, 'f lb" lands, ! i h ?j . v ocj ije sat r ii t GEMS. FOR YOUR JUDGMENT" that Includes everything In my "-U . K. but nioro esiK-cially the elegant good- I aui ree. iving everyday. I know my stiK-k andinii proud of ' It and you will aduiiro it when you mv it. . R. M. MOTHNER, Popular Jeweler, Xi:W MM.I.AUII Itl lMUStt. .. . .. .. .. .. 1. . 1. .1. .1. .!,.. .t. il. ... .' v'l . i' It Pays to Investigate! and if you will call on us wo will show you why it pays to buy at & the 4'- BEAUMONTLUMBER COMPANY'S store. We have all the advan- J; tages claimed by other mer- .;l chants and some they nave not. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft AT ft nnri'T ocun m ur ft UUIl I 0LI1U iu nuuoiuh . . S for yourGROCERIES until you 'T l- tir rt-I.mn no rtrt nrHor IICIVC j,IVCII US Hll Wl . ft 'X nMIIIIIIIIIII I BEIIIIIBil ? Pn I HAV what yoti would call 19 RITUhE A HARVEST OF FU Fancies, but I still have some bargains in l'urniniiv that it will pa you to inspect. Those elegant MATTINGS which 1 sold so cheap are all gone, but I will have more and plenty of Now Furniture ii a short time. BEAUMONT, TEXAS. HONEST VALUES STITCHEDITOGETKEH WITH TRUTHFUL WORDS. i My Fall and Winter Goods! arc now in. Jlore $ stock, better goods, the most nrlislic designs -that the minds of the cloth makers of the world can con- ceive, the cream of tho market. CHflS. SERffFIfiO. i Beaumont's Leading Tailor. 5 HARVEY S-A-nsmHIPlS, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKER- I am prepared to do any and .'all stylos of 'Tin and Sheet Iron Work. Estimates furnished promptly on ;my kind of work.'"' GALVANIZED TANKS Pine Street, Near the i'oslcidirc. from 400 to 8000 gallons capaciy. A liberal share of your pat rone go sol lcitca. ILn ii salin Hf 81 FOR MEN AT t $1.25 ir- 3i good thing. We have it in Congress and Lace. All toes. .Keith brokers. K". V.. r,rr tLf vc-ll Inown and rtlikblt-jiano t unt-i. irill be Italy to ttecl ionllpi no or TptJ na I in dj totirg or rtr-auT-g in No- Mr. T,. Vanf'r has i cvel Ltr M-lt Isrlr if tie l.Wli l"lo f'jt l.?a riitjflrv L'llltm. OUT OF TUK CLOTH disil;ivi''l on our ta'ilt tiic mo-t f's tnliou cliv(-r can " .i-ily -.i l.-ct s.iino thins that -u t !;:::;! W'v have an CMUi-itc line -r. tt in- f ir lmMnrf suits al-o :ui 1. vinl :i :i' Hutu t of the very laVM 1. In. lor -. uin ilri-.-. A trial ill ' .r. in1 aii'l -avc you money. ALF J. FAS J 'IN, Wic lliiil.liic .i....it.- '"-!olli'o. Mrs. J. J-: !ir 1 iovi .I Lir Xloilis'.c l'iti l". i i'l :1 ( b!'-.-t llow Magnolia, on Fit- ily iiu ii-n, Have v. ii tr, 1 : F yt? If't- t. . -. 1 tl cv an- .1 ) tLiri fn-sij a'i J i '. :.. liii c brv, f. ' K;r ;r. I . t i'ii' 1 !! !':" . 1'1. - '. 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