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TfllE YOUR IJEDICINE.
S " lmx ym' writes you out u proscription r.-U y-.; go to got it tilled you tntiy not l able t ) tell what tho proscription culls for. You'll nutur ftl.V P t u druggist that you believe in, for if you go to a careless placo llld 'I grains of st ryclinino in placo of a fow grains of quinine, you . won't "want your monoy back" Uo lust as mrtieulnr nlxiut vour DltY liUODS KTOKi:, (io (or coino) to a store that has a reputation for giv- a pxxl nioilicino. whether lio knows it or not. You can't got any poor li'.V !'xh1s or pintr any tiling horo, for wo don't kop tlmt kind. Wo soil COOI) goods, no matlor what you pay for Vin. ' Just ut the present time wo are selling-- Ladies $1.50 Kid Gloves for $1.25 g $1.25 Kid Gloves for 95 $1.00 Kid Gloves for 90 We close at 12 m. sharp Thursday, Thanksgiving. IT PAYS TO BUY AT 1 NATHAN'S CUT PRICE STORE, 1 BEujporJTj TEX 3 RACK ET! Tho biggest Racket wo ever niado WILL MAKK TIIK (JUODS at tho lowest prices wo are publishing. J t is a matter of fact that we liavo to make room for nearly TWO CARLOADS OF HOLIDAY GOODS which are arriving daily ami to unload some of our bargains, we will well you A reflector kitchen lamp, com plete for 20c 7 lamp chimneys, all sizes, for'iSc 100 Japancso napkins for lfc (iO clothes pins for 5c G packs carpet tacks tor fie 2 water buckets for 25o 1 coffee pot for 10c Window shades for 10c apiece 2 wooden spoons for 5c A 50c lamp for 25c 50 envelopes for 5e A glass dish for 5c 250 butter trays for 50c 25c syrup pitcher for 10c A rolling pin for l()c 7 spools thread for 25c ltattan baby chains 05c One half gallon wa'er pitcher 15c 2 prs chillis' tan stockings for 5c A bottle of extract for uc 1 lb Battle Axe tobacco for 35c 2 cards collar buttons 5c Childs' granite chambers 25c A skimmer 5c A meat pounder for 10c A good broom for 15c A tnlml.'ir l.mtorn for 40c A beauty parlor lamp sold 1 50 now i io A 5 00 parlor lamp for 2 75 A granite dish pan 25c 500 paper bags for 20c Fancy oil cloth 12.1c a yard Towel rollers 10c Largo siz3 graters 5c 1 set tumblers 10c 1 set cups and saucers 30c We have- tho prettiest Bohemian vases of any store in Texas and tho most complete stock of any houso in Beaumont. Our aim is please everyone, and to sell you good goods for tho least money. Out Motto: "CHEAP FOR CASH." (Jive us a call and convince yourself that tho Kyle Building, Crocket Street. Will Lead Others May Follow. NO BIG WORDS, MISREPRESENTATIONS HIGH SOUNDING CLAIMS Are Needed to Sell STROUSE BRO HIGH ART CLOTHING. All that is needed is to get you to examine them they sell themselves. Wear these clothes and you will always be well dressod. Sold by no one in Beaumont but E. DEUTSE THE RELIABLE ONE PRICE STORE llndpninhlv the Best Jlsie, Xatioual li-wkim,, Kr,,t .Vmm.lw.,, '; Tpprrriliw, 7Wr granhg, ',manHshil, Eh.nttinu. ,SwA hwjltsk J.nmih,, Tl,rn,ihlii and I'rm-tinilhj Tnuijlil. All northern lracl.cn.. Tho nl nt.U- Family cv.r 'XHbjblf"! the Southern Sate. A lVnman ..( Nat,....al rvpuljt ... M.. L it 1 ' r.melevai..rerviceandallm.Hn..i c.M.vrimuc.-H. S.-mJ f..r hi. u'.il c.u.ti...iK. ua. CC. H. CLARK, Pres. Alamo Insurance Building. San Antonio, Tex. THE GREAT MAJESTIC. g 1 -J ttiZSSi. o I k L A Charming Home, Sunday tho writer and wife had tho pleasure of visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kay, at their lovely home at Rollover. When Mr. Kay was appointed road master of the Gulf and Jnterstato ho began to look for somo place along the road for u homo and finally deci ded that Rollover was the most desirable on tho line. They have have just completed a commo dious and very comfortable home and are delighted with their loca tion. One of the luxuries they fully enjoy is an oyster bed in the bay back of their houso, and it has never been tho writer's pleasure to taste more delicious oysters than those raised by Mr. Kay. Ho feeds them regularly and they are far superior to any that can be purchased in tho markets-. The bay also affords plenty of fish and this timcof year ducks and quail are plenty and easy to kill near Rollover, making it pos sible for Mr. Ray to furnish a ta ble lit for a king. Mr. Ray will build a little wharf on tho bay near his houso and will buy a steam launch, which will add much to their pleasure during the summer season. Our experience Sunday quite convinced us that Rollover can be made as nice a resort in winter as it is in sum mer, and the chances nrc that there will bo a fine hotel there be fore tho beginning of the next summer season. THE GREAT MAJESTIC. Wc i:loml Vmi a Tonlial Imil.il ion VA tomitn,tW-.rlin2..ft1.ef.r.-.tM,rMicS).-.I M.II.-.M- Ir,n A Umuee t nmr ill V W" n l r 'U '"' H M i. tl.r. n"nUt: ' "" ' "r'- H.w.Vms. ,.1l,ow v...... trt. tie Ih.t. :f r-.,-r:r nl. v.;il ltl 5 4 t -i i,i-(f!iiVT T! Vl. : i ToTiave Hie Teresa. Santiago do Cuba, Nov. 20. This afternoon the tur Chapman of tho Merritt-Chapman Wreck ing company sailed for Cat Island with all available apparatus for raiMnir tho wrecked cruiser Ter esa. Orders were receivel yos torday uiornrng but were tlelayctl by the net essity for coaling. She will icKit to llobson. The olli cits of the Chapman Ik Upvc it i imin udent toatt'-mpt it) lloat the Teresa until the se.ison f autum nal storms has passed. The poi tin f the CTuis'r is on .lin' Tous ret fs without the sli!i1-st pn jtccti'in in cas. of ln-avy seas. Illi-y advi-c a delay in obeying irler-v Cafes and skirts A big line just retiivfd at tlio fJlolK. liny will Ik; ".l 1 at a sacrifice. & mm i o m cji. The l'alare. Nt-w mil lxautiful it pool ni io toniphL TalifJ f."ffU a f r'ii'ty mth o. Toj ,To) ,To , f or '5iri"l- ina arri ing laily at fli C'Min1-r Karkt-t Store, Crm ki lt SI reel. l'JMtSOXAli JIUNTION. W. F. Cillilmid nt iini'.l io ll. I'll hi Hi:h iiiiiiniii(;. J. lirouHsiird left lust evfi.ii f foi UcveiH. V. Vit'ti left IuhI cvt iiii'.' fur Ins laiH'h at Ilti'i hiir. Mr ti ixl Mm, Leon Yilnlm rum' in from I i U' Clmi'h'N I isl iiilil. It. Xvlt'kt'iiH tl A' tl.'i Ian. I, w.i in tho city Saturd iy. T. W. Shepherd, of the lii'iiiunoiil Stettin Ij'iuiidry, iwut the J'atis today. Ciptuiu (!. T. Cad.' cmiuo in from Svw Iberia last evening and went to his High Inland ranch this morning. Tom Warden, with (.'lurk&C'ourtH, tho stationery people Of (liilveston, is in tho city todny. (. R. Ogden of Noun, caine over last evening and sju-ni tho night in the city. R. A. MeReynoldsand Ji.hn Adams tho Sabine nierehants, eiune up froiu tlio Puss last evening. C. A, ICppiug. with tho Calcasieu Export company of Iil;o Cluulos, is in tho city. H. Hanson, tho contractor on the extension of tlio Kuy hoc, returned to Kirbyville this morning. E. 1 Clark, of Clark .t Co., t he dredge people, went to the i'ass this morning. Holt, the Singer sewing machine man, went to the Push this morning in tho interest of tlio Singer sewing machmea. Thomas II. Frcelaud, with the American Tobacco company, is sell ing the Sabino I'us s merchants some thing to smoke and chew today. Miss Emma Sterneuberg and Mrs. A. J. Sterneuberg of Olive, came down last evening and went to Houston. Mrs. C. Danielson of Houston, who has been, visiting her son, Her niau Danielson, returned home this morning. Mrs. Charles Jurdine, a sister of Mrs. A. M. McKuight, accompanied by her children, came in tuis morn ing from Lake Charles. John C. Ward, president of tho Beaumont Ice, Light and Refrigera ting company, went to Orange ilu-morning. Just opened a case of La dies' J'ercale Shirt Waists, dark colors, in paids, stripes and fancy blouse front, J50c. Jlarriage liicenses. The following marriage licenses have been issued siaco our last report: v Louis Gregory and Miss Alliu Morris. M. W. Lloytl and Mrs. Ella Nussbaum. Isaac Johnson and Paralee Reed. Wash Johnson and Mary Reed. J oiir linnsn rcnlcd? If not Junker will rent it, render for taxes and keep un your insurance for fi per cent. m Madame La Moss, of I'oston, the woild-renowned Medium, can be consultetl on all affairs of life. .She is reiiownul for her readings on past mill future events of life and iriven advice on business of nil nature and is a genuine spirit medium. She will bo at the It lcgraph I lotcl lor a short time. Fresh fish and oysttrs Union Maiket. at the It you are going to build let MO show you samples of wall paper. Ai-Hii.li Eastuam. SI I HV 'K 1IIK ll.'TUiE .,t l.tit r- ''. ' nut" .' fi-i,iti bii'I I'.'.r'l rr;'!t on. , H r. . r-l t'l '.fl'T ' t i i rt lt.- ' i ! ti M-ii I n't' 'h- ,),;.. ml:'" 'l : 1..' Ii(.-1'-'ll" . OUI -1. k Li MI.W "-H"l U H . '! ! ,1 i.'j.j.'Ii 1" t,i tn'.-I 1s-' l Upot) the PUblic TU CIIDMITIIRF hnvincr niihllr. the .' uselessness of buying poods of extraor- j dinary low price. There's nothing in &1 rortnln amnnntltils im Jt L 1 1 rj 1 1 ubiuvv a w i fc...w..-wB.w - - - - - j .:Ulninmnnnf'ir(lira At 1 UUoblUlu Iv 1 1 Ittl I Wl uvfcui w v GOOJ9 FUITURB, ! i i--1 H..1 . 4. ... nMv ntfomnt tn'ihnv. What we 4" offer can be purchased with a feeling of certainty that it will 8- stand the wear of use, even more than ordinary amount. But it is not lacking in beauty because it is strong. Good material g I- and good workmanship don't interfere with artistic design. B. DEUTSER, 4 Next to Postoffice. LONE STAR FURNITURE STORE. j aubc lowest possible price OUGHT TOSATISFY EVERYBODY. THERE IS A LIMIT TO CHEAPNESS and when you reach that limit you sacrifice quality to price. I won't sell you poor goods, but good goods as cheap as they can be sold. WW Mammoth General u Merchandise Store, 4 P. S. I handle a big Iineot all kinds ot unuutnito. There Are Heads 1 . 1 1 I to be luxuriously aoorneu, some on account of wear and fancy, some through necessity In some places the purchase requires considerable outlay. Common prudence suggests carol'ullness. Our Millinery stock is a treasure region to those whose pennies count. The variety is unsurpassed tin: styles are rich and their beauty cannot be duplicated for twice the money. The qualities are incomparable. MRS. J. NEIS, TIIK M I Mil N Kit. 1 1 K A 1 1 V 1' A KT K Its Ft 1 1 K V F.I i I ,A SS KS I'nr trr.'iliiii'iil I'"' E e Ear DOCTOR GOBER. Ofl'ice nt llfiiuMioiil i'liui ntat y. I he .-ilsive UH-ans ev-r thing that is lint? and gd in au-tli.-s. Sild only by t.S. I.r.nf.iM.a. If vni havr m lioiiuo tn r nt r.i J.iiik.Y. I hiis w vtial nppbfiuits. Viil r l iller fr Sale. Ir li.r liifi liliont.fn lb it If lifc takfii Hio n-ti,ty t.r tlf n,u,-rtt at. 1 lillt run I I. t p1""" ,,"IU "" .lf nt Hi" S n.tir-tn 1 1 hi lHif '! v I f,lt r tnVf nil tl.f im 1.1 iili. out .,r tl.f ulr ti l uf. -.iry 'i l.iallli tin).-. y"i 1,-1, l! I 1 r. luM rt ivd. a t.il''t'f hi 1 J " 1. .1 1. it Til ,l'i-ti()"i v. Iii.h i.I lr" .!! ilt i'MUl teirg-iilii. ili;w V'.ff- If V..II f lll.i-ti tb 1. -Hli.f I if V'.U tl 1 ft" ''d". Si fc I'.' I I. V-' ft' -1. v ;' Ul.! n kt tl'' 1'i.i'H Mt!. f';.k't trt. -f'"l 1 I. .mi t-vY. 'lrn;; ' v-.ij n r" - A .'ir l' 1 t "' '' ' '' tuhi. " r. I for tbc Beautiful I if'- will iniike you iin.t:liito my MII.I.INKKY. t have the niOHt ;i, (Icsinililc Hint can he protlueetl hy the Milliner's Art. Now 'Z thnt tliti Iloliilnys lire coming, ruiiiuiiiher ray ART (1001)8 tlio Jr HiitiHt mill chfiiiiest In the eily. flDIlc. 3canncttc Stcnoclc. v. wiess; GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. BEAUMONT' KSTAULISIIF.I) IMS. TEXAS vwvvwwwvwvwvwwvw.w r .urn..., Il.nm.,iil. K.m I1' Slatkr ll.ilitinir. Ho.to., Rikim SUI, Kima B.U4l.f j, F. E. BEULAR I Assor!ATED architects. ;l J RUE &DUNBAR ) FOR FIVE YEARS w- li.ivf lui n studying the CJUOCKUV Husiness of lV-.iijtiii.ht. We liave ltirmtl liow, when and where In buy. Those VHlu.iblt! lesstn h -nablc ns U buy lnir, m II quic ker ami barge less than any other vt.r Wf wtiuld lik- to pivo j-ou the tjenefit of our f i M-rif-. yu n dns by buying your f I rot fries of u. All ur ruttiti r are Tftly Katisfied and ib r- im ri-Mn b we can't phase yon U ti:y en: isi.TTia: at ktcts a iyjund. J. S. GORDON, the;fair crocer. 'LOUIS MAYER, fiiul nin. t p uiii. I.i -i l tit 1 yf: fix I'rtl.' hi 'I: I'.' I 1 1 '.. f It'll tilWBlI ItlQ 1 fD'1 - J ztf. ''-'-'- - m.