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i It Pays to Buy at 444444444444444444 , Hull! haa hut n i. iil.a, an.l ii never particular advertisement lelU you of kt .ipa In admire llut 'in'i y. tiurud t v.trl iill' la 11 V i i Ili unit U l value IU mark, to uiao iu ;; imprei..n. i' Ml il ty. '' n , J V. i h Suit i;U. lyle lttkl fniu; ,. . . never top to idmire iu grammar t all u.'W full MUrn. fljMUtly wade up, would t or it dignity. heapcUewhere al our price II.M . ! .n..,.i ti,,. T.l.lA I IMMtNONAI. MENTION. II IMHIHMIIIIIIMIMIHHlimHII"",,M"rr I I NATHAN'S. mtittti i MMMMH MMMM M t A Handsome Line of Vestee Suits, Elegantly trimmed, sizes 3 to 8, $3 suits at $2.25; $4 suits at $2.50; $4.50 suits at $2.50. MMMMMM I A complete assortment of boys' suits, siz .c 3 to 16, at $1.25, $1.50, $1.90, $2.50, $2.95 and $3.50. M MMMMMM MM IHMHMM MM M MM M MMMMMM MM MMIMMMM I It Pays to buy at NATHAN'S I t M M It 11 M I 11 M M ! M M M M M MM M M M MM M I M M M M M M ACTIONS SPEAK 4-fM-f Uaite por Our fdd It Uill Be 0 " MMENSE. KET STORI Crocket Street fiext to Keiths' Shoe Store. 5. .. .w .iirn-n pnirr 11 ? I t-'W 1 .. L ). i-.i'.iiuijrjii.. iiw,,.. E.n1. CURRY &Co. $ INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. 2SSET6; IHSURANCE. Buy and Sell Real Estate. Negotiate Loans. EDWARD. J. McCULLEN 1 Attorney at Law, PearlsteinJBuilding. Land Litigation a Specialty. Loan Negotiated. AUGUSTUS L NELSON. ARCHITECT. Residence and Draughting Room ! Rachford and Franklin. Telephone i6ai -5- Hs-e T" eTpr asked yourself wteta I .r or tot it would pay you to pat 1 ronlze 'be Beaumont Collect K B- reniil Tb GtB WelneTwortrt aland. Og "m -ortT. Subscribe For the DAILY ENTERPRISE.!" Vir OTre; s t Hall's Re- MINtM faVIHO, Arrive. l-ir So. II-tl IiUaw .. :! No. I0;04l Ml.. !:! I'm Ko. -Wnl :itm.. I:t' Ka. H- W4..... Cilia : a UIUK aP MT TtI4 KmkUMhl Vtt. IH-Ur : n. a'u. Iwj-Arrne. tuiiiu ra Ha. II -Leave !" " Jo. Ill -Arrive.. S:'W I' Arritt. j-vt N. l-TiK. r !tUll..l:Wiil No. -rrvJm K. C..II :9Ji m.ll i !" KO. S-Ue 10 iW IU No. J-Arrlvr i rir nnyniT AKU CITT. So. IUavc ;0)i io So. ArrU. I' " tN'o. -UTt " f.. -Arrtve ,n Dllf eicept Bumuy. fHuu.lijr only BOLT AXD UTUUTATIt. Ml.cU a.r I. uut m I y.vup Ul.iui. MS .a IMuaw Arrl lliumMi. II. Hm Ti'i " Ul.iM. FIRE ALARM B0XES.1 t CreoMM Workfc IBB 11 Opn. R.IUaca Lamtwr Co., boaidln Ii..umi. 14 C. w. liwrra Co. IS lor. Liiomt oa . II T Tram ad Lnibr Co.. lr. n..M y.i.M.y.1 Luml.r L'.i.. tur. OJ tild.r a...... a W. A. Kl.uU.r'. orurr 34 Park urM. J. N. rric'. i.wu.ntr. is Cnra.r Uulurd ti and biu l'a av. U Opp. V. Wl.u'offica. JJ I. K. HordafM- ria.o. 4 n.aanioai una n.i.. 41 T. T. A Lomb.rCo., dir ulinl at plaurr 41 L. 11. Cvrtla' Bi.ldeoc.. SI C'OBT.Ut. S5 K.llanc. Lumber Co.. planer. M i ram ana i.iur .u.. aw nmi. SS Hpanmunl Laaibar Co., planar. . k ..M. ..Ill 3D liraunuai I(wbi wu., hi.... ul Taaat Train and Lumber Co., planrr., 44 Tcaa.Trant and Lumb.rU, dry kilu. MHMMMIMMIMMMMM UN TUsTH Will bo sufticient toronvincn you that the Mo lily does tis work i u u manner I that defies competition. I I Send us an order and give I us a trial. KIRBY & SEALE, Laurel avenue. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 I Gunther's and Lowney's famous can dies. Fresh and and delicious at Led erer's. TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE! DAY Take Laxative Biomo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if 't falls to cure. 25c. E. W. Orove's sis- nature is on each box. Beaumont Collection Bureau tees entire satisfaction- uaran- DISSOLUTON NOTICE. The law firm of Lanier, Jackson nnd Hishtower is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. Unfinished business will he disposed of by the members. J. F. LANIER. HUGH JACKSON. U B. HIGHTOWER. September 19, 1899. If you want to buy good residence. city property, or cypress timber lnnds, with unquestionable title, chenp and on easy terms, call on or address Rooms 1, 2 and 3, Stengele building, Besnmont, Texas. 8 2l-tf FOR SALE. Gulf Bay Hotel at Rollover, the pop ular seaside resort on the Interstate railroad, between Galveston and Beaumont. A farm on Bolivar paoinsula with One beach, on Interstate railroad, 14R'4 acres wlh farm buildings. ,00 acres choice prairie at Fanctte, thirteen miles from Beaumont on In terstate railroad and graded wagon road. Irrigated rice land. Improved and un improved on canals or with independ ent water supply. In tract to suit. A fine ranal location with much land as wanted and with numerous owners ranting water. A splendid in- rentment. A fruit farm of 5000 bearing trr n Jsroii trees to Jefferson rrmn'r. Grating, tobacco and timber lands nantDont city property. W. A. WARD. Loaa axid invest mut agnt. Beaumont. Texaa. Off!" on rrmnd floor of low hulldtef Cspuiu K I Kelli JMr ii l U riiy tixla). l. il. tvuliui j i. I lie CUi aK rt.n blul Sin. .lay iu Caltexton. Itii.rtii Hui st- kwni Huu.lay I" Hull.-. mi. Jud, liit-sui)- iif IVwmt Umv III I lid riiy tialurtUy. Ilniup Kloue uiil i.iv l W'i tt Itlufl N.ierdy t'liu I'tdi-iiian U ! fium II hi. lull aliaktiitf linn.U with Ills friemU. Iliuk Uguu eul Iu Adeline, I. Ilii iiiiu iiing. lier lie lia ve.l x huery. AlUfeK HiillMlltl Weill In OlaUttH till moruiiig. where lie will spend a few lays on liUHluem. Ileury WllldllllB left Haturd e. t iling fur Hour Lake, where lie wll! tpend a ek or teu day. (ieo. V. Runnel I, will) lilt Sabine Tram company at IVwey, was iu ibe illy thl morning. Mi. Vallle Fletcher retunied 8au day evening from Crowley, ji whirv he baa been for some time vlsllln iIih MUmi Clark. I. T. Call, pieuideiit of the Uen. niont Nutlonal hnnk, spent Siimlay 'a Gulveston. I'realdeui Sum Park of the Iml iv trlul Lumber company apent 8unbr In Galveston. Mr. nnd Mis. M. L. Illxlcr went to Gulvi'Btoii Satunlny to visit MiHsII'.h Hull and Miss Clulre McClure. Col. A. F. Goodhue went to RjC over yesterdny to visit Mrs. Goodhue, who will return home Tuesday nljjt. Mr. and Mrs. Shep Van Wor.ucr and the children took a little occur sion to Galveston yesterday. J. F. Grant, timber Inspector for the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe, is In the city, transacting Borne business with Wm. Cameron & Co. G. M. Loomer left Sunday mora eg for the Osnge Indian reservation in Oklahoma, where he will visit ids brother. J. A. Lovejoy, with the Reliance Lumber company, went to Houston Saturday evening, where he spent Sunday with his parents. John A. McAyle of the McAyl; Hardware company of Crowley, Lv, came In Saturday evening to spend Sunday In the city with his family, who are still here. Hon. S. B. Cooper and daughtor, Miss Willie, left yesterday morning for Dallas, where they will visit the Dallas fair nnd attend the democratic carnival. W. V. Willson, assistant gencrul manager: F. E. Helbig, auditor, and G. R. Wansbrough, general freight agent of the Gulf, Beaumont and Kan sas City, went to Houston Saturday evening. Denzil I.angliam will remain a. Lebanon, Mo., at school, as the fac!:y of the college at once made arrange ments to rebuild, and the classes will be heard in the court house until .he building Is completed. Mrs. Bert Sutton Is at Vinton, La., where she stopped off to 'iwild beine detained at the quarantine camp on the Sabine river. On account of he train being late sho was compelled v stay over In New Orleans, thus making it Impossible for her to come Into l ho state direct. !fj-i Willis $ EMM' Splendid Rocking Chairs. MMMMM MMMMMM MM . t'liuirij which will tuuko lb" ln'aiitifyinfj ana bettering of tho home mi -ay unit tor. Chain suitable for bodroom parlor, library, porchor any place whero a Rood easy riN'kiii chair U liable to bo a comfort. Kvory chair U rpltnd'ully cotiiitrucuil of tlu finest ae-liH-led wooda and artistically downed. Solid onk cobbler (leather) xeat arm rockers at 11.50. Arm nuliiTH of Kolid oak with raue gent and high spindle, curved back, i?2.o). Hardwood lartfi, oay arm rocker with a nhapeJ wood Reat and hij;h llat spindle, curved buck, 1 350. Old Hickory arm rocker with splint seat, foj porch or ' lawn, 'J.ro The fumou llonloii rocker, with decorated panel back, larjre arms and the easiest rocker ever made, 2.2.'i. Titdics' rattan rocker fcl.i'S up. And this the most important rocker of all. An'ele gaut, handsomely inilished golden oak or mahoffaoy finish cobbler seat rocker: beautifully carved and of thttyery handsomest shape, at $1.00. Undoubtedly the finest rccker ever retailed for this price in tho state of Texas. We would be plad to have you come in and see the ockinpchnirK any time. B.DEUTSER." Lone Star "rurniture Store 2 Next to Simmons Hardware company. M M 1 1 M M M 1 1 1 1 M M M I WWil IIIIIHIIIIIHII f A You Get The First Of-all the Good things if you trade at my store, and you can restassured that if there were any Qbetter or-) more stylish goods to be had, they could be found in my mammoth stock. If you arevViot a cus tomer beginjtoday. LEON 4--M-M-Hr4--f -f -f -f f-K--M-fM--f M-1 II M II M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M M HI HALL'S RESTAURANT MOVED. Frank Hull will move his rcfctauiant to the Furey building, Main street and Southern Pacific railroad. Oysters to bo serv.;l on the half shell will be kept, on hand constantly The Kosey Korner Konfectloimry Store serves oysters "as you li-? them." MASTER IN CHANCERY'S NOTICE Mr. W. H. Pope, master In chancery of the Pee Gee railroad, will hold a session commencing Saturday, Oct. 7, in Beaumont and will dispose of all cases on his docket before the session rloscs. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING Having lately arrived from New Or leans, would solicit a share or the pa tronage of the ladles of Beaumont. Latest styles In up-to-date dressmaking MRS. TYNES. rjT,?, Orleans street, between Bowie nnd F.'inuln streets. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. J. W. Griffin and wife to Ford & Crawford, lots 7. s, 9. 10, 11 and 12 In the Van Wormer addition. $1500 and other VHlunble considerations. Chan. L. Clark to Mary Robert, lot bloi-k 11 Port Arthur, $130. Mary Roberts to P. VV. Caniford. lot 8 Mock 11. Port Arthur. 1200. Trustees of Port Arthur Townslt company to Chas. Clarke, lot ft bbwk II. Port Arthur, laO. flins. Gill to J. C. Miller, a tract of lend on of th1 David Brown league fTO. Beaumont Collection Burr an only 'harrn small rommlMons for c,l- ftiOTlS. if yo-i mant o'l'tion. arlr . ; .) ts to Bnrnofil CoiW-tlon Ba rin. . LEW'S Mammoth General Merchandise Store. V. WIBSS, GENERAL INSURANCE AG EN 17 BEAUMONT, ESTABLISHED 186S. TEXAS wmm I HCT YKSTKltDAY, rise and sun- sunset, two golden hours, eacn set with sixty diamond minutes. No reward is offered, for they are gone forever. Whnr'c; rh ucr onostttimQ and wastns vviiuv. o LI lis fuel with a ioor or medio cre ctHiking ajiparatus when you can get the Charter Oak Stoves & Majestic Ranges at such reasonable prices at SIMnONSK?. The great Stove and Range House. if ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Two hundred pounds of Bpaiiirl J'a'V-r-l Jurt reev4 st 1'nios Var- Yf-t f!v-rT h-r rariy r,f flh frh HPy. WAIT A FEW DAY5 Ia the request I have to make of m patron, aa I have a line of the latest and most elegant creation in 'pattern hats. As long, as I continue in the millineiy business! dojnot propose. .torelinqulah the leadershipjn that business. The people all know my reputation in thi line in the past, and I propose to keep in the lead Mile. JEANNETTE STENGELE, It is n-noned that Admiral I- m m - X. i v. i a pk-tor of tie vomii ia qo-l n we could bettr Judge the gre: dn:irri rso for e-l!li?tt onru;rf httt onu - rnt ' Ir'im rm onn-e o r Iriad r.f hat yna want nrf)-.rit MnsHT Cr' rnr. ..jlT'S WONDERFUL thr TO P.CVT rour-wm toua wtk the bargains that can be found in the CHICACO STORE in. Pawnbrokers' Cloth ing and Gents Furnishing Goods.