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1:1 r id! I PERSONAL MOTION. !&t4&&44. Prices Reduced on Childrens' r Underwear to Close Out.jjg Odd niul i'd U iu white ruerino oiul doby rillttnl mdeinbirts uuJ drawers n'so niiKi't' vrujjicn, Bin .ill kzw, iliuti itf 1K a g'limAMt, but to cle-su them ou (bin wcik ( i lv .... a tVic 3 gum, u k )r Larger Jza ivulur juice 15 und 20, uow to done tliem out. . . .01 lv 10c, 3 tut ;," Largpbt n:zu cLiMrPus vesta :wd jvinia t regular riee 25c, now, to eluei- tbo 1 u st only 13c, 2 for JJSc Cl; l In lis j-i.' y 1 liiiion built, regit- -I r pre '21 niul 33.', no v lo chose out " tin- l .t, ivn-li iml.v 13u,, A!! k.io in'-.. h pay uuJi rMiirU ami iiut iii.lar iuu 50 itiul (iOi', tut to dote mi! the jut no a- oulv., 23c L ..'.i t iiiii ni K'lild ji.r'y ribbed iu gray renlur 7.'i giruii nl now only -13c. IT PAYS TU uUY AT CUT PRICE STORE '0 tUIUIR RACKET! s lii!r.)vsl,Riick"t we ever made WILL MAKr KJOOOS al llio lowest inoi's wo nrepublisning u matter of fact that, we have to nmko room for nriii I v TWO CARLOADS Or HOLIDAY GOODS which nre arriving daily an 1 to nnhud snuw of our bargains, wo will sell yon A reflector kitchen lamp, com- plete for 20c 7 lamp chimneys, all sizes,for25c 100 Japanese napkins for 15c 60 clothes pins for 5c 6 packs carpet t leks tor 5c 2 witter buckets for 25c 1 coffee pot for 10c Window shades for 10c tipiece 2 wooden spoons for 5c A 50o lamp for 25c 60 envelopes for 5c A glass dish for 5c L'SO but tor trays for 50c Sac syrup pitchrr for 10c A rolling pin for ltM 7 spools thread for 'j:c lii'tun bi.by cluu:".;? 05i? One-imlf gallon wuVr pitcher !;": 2 prs childs' tan M or kings for 5o A bottle of extract for Tic 1 lb Battle Axe tobacco for 35c 2 cards collar bullous 5c Childs' granite chambers 25c A skimmer "c A meat pounder for 10c A good broom for 15c I A tubular lantern for 40c I A beauty parlor lamp sold now 1 15 i A 5 00 parlor lump for 2 75 ! A grr.nite di;-h pan 25c 500 pa;ier hags for 20e i Fancy oil cloth 12ic a yard towel rollers 10c Largo siz graters 5c 1 set tumblers 10c 1 set cups and saucers 5)0c 1 50 We have the prettiest Bohemian vuses of any i-loro in Texas ;uid the most complete stock of any house in Beaumont Our aim is please everyone, and to scd you good goods lor the least money. Out Motto: "CHEAP FOU CASH." Give iu a. cull ..! I convince yourself that the Kyle BuiMiug,' Crocket Street. Will Load Others Way Follow. NO BIG WORDS, MISREPRESENTATIONS HIGH SOUNDING CLAIMS Are Needed to Sell HIGH STROUSE BROS. RT CLOTHING lu 3xamine Wo as thase dressod. weil All that is needed is to get you them they sell themselves. clothes and you will always be Sold by no one in Beaumont but THE REUASL QBE PRIGS hlQmi Real Estate Transfers. Hal W. Greer and wife to Will P. O.'lhaiu, pint of the David Brown league; 152 Sabine Land nud Improvement eommuv to Milr.on Hamiltou, lots I 31 and 32, 'block 4(3; 100. ! John F. Keith to Charles McKiu 1 1. .. inn o nnoic rin l"V, III l I'd HUH Wl I uu licuui. Jf . ii.ur.iu l'.'Sgue; 100 and otuer con- -idtruiioiiB U. C. V. Meeting. There will be an adjourned meeting of Albert bidney John .toii Caiiii', U Sunday af LeriUH.n a,i3 o'clockut JudgpRigs by's office for the purpose of oiccling oiiiccrs for the ensuing a ear. All members are urged to be present. 79 ( e I s v " y I T, . For Foot Ball Players. Lake Charles, La., Nov. 9. Miiii.-iiier Foot Dull Tciim, Ilcnumout: D.'ar Sir Learning through Mr. Taylor that Beaumont had or ganized a foot hall team this sea sin, .-m l if you w ish to meet the Luke Charles team I beg to say that wc will play you in our town on Thanksgiving' day, for ex penses. We will ha.-o a free game on that day, and can oiler no other inducement than already stated, ewill guarantee you your ex penses and phiy you on Thanks giving. l'lca-f give this your immediate utlenli' n mat v uvy get down J, ' XTT ' l" bii-i-i!,. Answer by 11th inst mmmmmmm&m mmmg jr T meet . lUill tJ illlH Ltl4li JJtvivu vuunva will cany off the laurels, I am voure very truly, A. S. GOSSETT, Mg'r L. C. Foot ball Team. Anyone interested in the above should see Charley Coleman be fore .uiindav night. y Undeniably the Best Buinei, Natwii'il UmiHtxt, E'Prt Arronutiun, fih:riliu1, j f ?,'"'' graphy, ,.iiihiAi, Elocution, Srnni.-h mid l-mjlili i:,,wi:if, Thoroughly and l'rwt nV ;l Tmujltt. All orthni leachor.. The m.t al.le Fatull .-vor pni.i..v...i '". ?" 'J V' bc oaihrm Bate.. A Prnman f National i.'i.ut.Mii.i.. , V'r , e , . .i.T.i.,r urvi.-. an.l all mndcrii ciinveiiiriuvs. Send f.M Kli-u.iiil IC C. H. CLARK, Pres. Alamo Insurance Building. San Antonio, Ten. ..iii-f ii' l.oii'ln ' u! Writi" t i- I Mii fwoa Thompson tut to GhI- 1? rektoii thin uioiuii'K' on h eliopping, trip ! Cptaiu F. A. Hyatt lift lhi!jjf moruiug for hia briwU enmp uu tli j hubiuo rivt-r. !?, Firat Lieut naut Ch. umilt O'Hrini 1? of codjdbut D. Tail d Tt-x m. lift 1 .at evening for Fort Cl.uk to howiiu!?. Ina company ouce more. M. Ii. MooJy caiuo in last vetting rrom hii llrauua uoiiuiy ncnooi io aneuJ Saturday nud Sunday with Inn family. h C. L. Naborn, maunder of Caraorou Si Co. a tie camp at llilloNtcr, cuuic down UU evening and Hpont lliu night la the city. Mra. T. F. v lk v of Vdlagf, oiimo in thin moruiiig fnau N rili Mm - lb'8tfl', lull., Wbf O ll.lH bl'l": HpiU'liug tbo hiiiiini r. Mtbrt Ktl'to Siller ii'llirU'll lb inoiiiiug from L'biily, winae bIk spent the past numlh visiliin; fru mi nd relatives. E W. Wiedt'inun, the boss cm pun ter on tbo new freight Oepot, li ft this tnoiniug for S an Antouio, where he has accepted a positiou outside of railroad work. Air. Wiedemann health has beeu bad for hoiuo time, and he thinks the climate ut San Antonio will bo a great benefit to him. am ill, tillLL o FUR III 1 I r I LL, In a house where closet room is lim- J i I 111 I .. ! lUn mnct lieu a waruruud i uucui mo niusk essential articles of Nl TURE t Postoff ice. A LONE STAR FURNITURE STORE. t And those who take particular care of their clothing should secure one of the handsome and well made Wardrobes f rorn the line we have in stock. Light . woods have been used 5 in thmr rnncti-nrtinn and there is a crreat variety of styles to J choose from. 5 B. DEUTSER, Next to IO tloz. Men's gray random double-breasteil Undershirt h and Drawers to match.wortli 1.5, now 90c a suit. Mr. Lundy In Business. Mr. Lundy has sold his iuterest iu the Beaumont Electric Supply Co. to S. H. Van Woruu-r. Mr. Lundy will remain iu tbo electric supply business, and will have 11 first class capitalist to take Mr. Van WormerV place m a few days. The Palace. Tbey came yesterday. What ? The inostboautiful birds, plumep, crests oud breasts ever shown here. Stop and see them. i finbixiQ a Bargain Like Finding Anything Else. it makes the finder happy and you that I have I think I can convince Watch for our big display of Holiday Goods. The Counter ilacket Store. K. B. Pierce, the well known aue reliable piano tuner, will lie ready It attend to all pianos or organs need ing any tuning or repairing in No vember. . The largest Toy House in the country Counter Kackt Store. Water Consumers. It is impossible to give the ci!. sufficient fire proBsuro While your service pipes are in a leaking condi tion, and wnere such pipes arc found water service will be prompt ly shut off, aud will also be discon t.im.ed where parties are foun.'i piiukling the sh eet- or irrigating vegetable gardens. BtAUMoxr Ick, LlOHT VXD Uefrigek a ting Company. (LTSCOIRES OF BARGAINS in lines of goods and Dress Patterns that no one else in p the city handles. At least before making a purchase of anv conseauencedome the favor and yourself the jus- J tice to call ana examine my immense stum. Mammoth General Merchandise Store. . rnipr. Iw ' f;V. r",0. I IICUIUIC O Ulg lllicui hii iiuo vi . . w . . . , j; LEW'S Confidential pones in high ar photography given by making spi nil appointments with Ustebee, tin I igb-Priced Photographer. Fresh fish and Union Market. oystirs at tin- If you are going to build let me show you sumplesof wall paper. Alfred Lastham. 1 We are Exclusive Agents for 1 (inifffl II 111 Pocket Knives, Scissors, and Shears, Chisels, Hatchets and Saws. Every one soldSvvith a guarantee. Wc new have on exhibi tion the most complete and cheapostlline of HEATING STOVES ever bi ought to t' is market. SIMMONS HARDWARE m COMPANY. I Y 'U vill n freci ito the goodness f f nir lral if Jon will only give it a tit .1. 8tab Uaeerv. The Talure. KM gloves, collnrs neck c-hams, tdur U ( '.il ir, kid curlers fancy !:'. k ir, bindings tiy, rt i . i i u-m t s. Ii teaberg goods ; i i in-'i'i vi iW ! ' I 'SS I - .T !; y. l : 1 ' r ' ' :- rented If not 9) m There Are Meads to bo luxuriously adorned, some on account of wear and fancy, some through necessity In sorau places tbo purchase requires considerable outlay. Common prudence suggests carefullness. Our Millinery stock is a treasure resrion to those whoso pennies count. The variety is unsurpassed the styles aro rich and their beauty cannot be duplicated for twice the money. The qualities are incomparable. MRS. J. NEIS, THE MILLINER HEADQUARTERS F()Ft?EYE(i LASSES For trcutmcnt Af tliA fllunnaiif fit R the E e Ear DOCTOR GOBER. Ollcc nt Jlcaumonv I'Uarmacy. I 'pleasured. 2. Is the wuy to describe my 11AKGAINS IN MILMNKUtf. ltemem- -ft ber I offei nothing but the latent creations amt the liuly who buys M her millinery of me would look fashionable In Wow 1 orK. S flDIIc. 3cannettc Stcitficlc. A.r v. wiess; GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. BEAUMONT' established ua TEXAS The above means everything that is lino and pood in can dies. Sold only by S. Ledeker. If you have a bouse to rent ee Junker. He Las several applicant. ()no lot Children' Jersey Itibbod Vent. MHtln faced, Milk rildKMied. xarl buttons, worth ."Oc, our price 30c. AH tdzes. 4f HIGHLY PLEASED would be the verdict of our old cnstonicrsif arialed tfifora de i vi!' r" t i), rnder for tuxes ,ua mn. ,:, fllir :i ii r t f.nr lnsnrarir ffr R- ... It would be yours alxo if yon come and l"t ns tit ?iu in one of 1 1 ..b . i,t for notion all ,.,.r Si m-rxd 1 LI i r t JVv-f ; I - itu CeiA? direct to the; l!l IjIj I jo-t bkt TQU ' -i.,f TiirV-v r-'l c-ili-(lr1tv i;i In- sol J jtr vard. t ...$10 SUITS... Yo'irs fr ti-ints. LOUIS MAYER, Tilt I l.I;M-!!LE Sty - jr4 ?2i J7 Wal-r I'ilter for Sale. Ir. .I'irdan aiitiouDca tLt 1 b taken the igi-wj fr tb otoprex wat'T filtr an 1 b li 1 tbta ot file at ib- Siron'iiii INrJwar com .n r. ri. - !u i tkl- all tb im i nti- nut of ib -r an! ar i, f ry o L'-nltb wi-n job Bi b'-till'-l t-r. .1.-1 r ' it-i. a ti' I t of la Ii' V i I V-h bi b V -.'I 'rtirjrd.fl ft rt: i'.PJ- Ba.mftnt. Room IS Starke Baildiag. HiraMnlt, Room Sot, Kiaa lialldlatf F. E. BEULAR I associated architects.' RUE&DUNBAR Best Butter. j. s. TLere's a de;jr f -,l!cuce iu b utter-making be yond which no one ea it g'. There's nothing oettcr than tbo best. The sweetest and richest milk and cream mrke the U-M butt r. We are willing V let our atore tie j'idt"-l Iy tin quality of our butter Tli re U avtually nne b tt'-r -bl in IWumont at any price. V- v ;;1 - 'I it r tund at 25c. GORDON, THE FAIR CROCER.