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per Pound.
Telephone 8a.
Only on plc
for FEED.! ,
J. S. Oordon ft Co
VOL 3
BEAUMONT, TEXAS TUESDAY, FEW1UAKY 20 1000.
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WE MUST CLEAR OUT OUH WINTER HTOCK.
UNDERWEAR.
. Our pure
wool $1.50
quality now
SI. 25
A TRAIN TO KIMBERLY.
dpocltil to the Dolly Euterprlso.
Capetown, February 20. The first
train for Khuberly sluce It was Inves
ted by the Boer left hero hint night.
$1.25 garment,
wool fleeced,
85c and 90c
garments at
50c & 60c kind,
best for the money
95c
70c
45c
We carry
the best that
money can get
DLLLER-8 GUNS ARE BARKING.
Special to tho Dully Enterprise
Durban, February 20. Genoral But
ler's suns opened flro on the Boer
trenches at Culeuxo today. Thnlr cv
nciuitlon Is considered certain.
IN
We have MONEY to LOAN
On All Articles of Yalue.
Also Lave
Bargains in UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.
It Pays to buytheBest.
ROOS BROTHERS.
Reliable Clothiers and Furnishers.
;vw l'tsurl street.
brokers
y ii m iiinnrTTr
N, DLAIibnLl I Lj
Manufacturer oi
Dry Pressed Brick
Onlrri. KOliclled from any rart of tho
Hlale. Satisfaction irnaraiiiocil to lnr
ehaiterit. IIKAUMOXT, TbXAS.
Poultry Netting.
Full Rolls.
150 Feet
18 inches wide, $1.68.
24 inches wide, $2.25.
36 inches wide, $3.37,
j 48 inches wide, $4.50.
72 inches wide, $6.75.
Bl'LL FIGHTS AT MONTEREY",
MEXICO.
For the bull fights at Monterey,
Mexico, Sunday, February 25, tIcVjt
agents of tho Galveston, Harrlsbiirg
and San Antonio railway have been
been Instructed to sell tickets at the
phenomenally low rae of 8 for the
round trip, good going February 21,
22 and 23, and limited to return ten
days from date ofsale.
Just think, ?8 for over a thousand
miles of travel and an opportunity to
see the world's greatest bull fighter,
"FCENTES," direct from Spain, who
will act as chief matador.
For particulars and time of trains
call on the nearest ticket agent of the
Galveston, Hnrrlslmrff and San Anto
nio railway.
L. J. PARKS.
General Passenger and Ticket Agt.
S. F. B. MORSE, Pass. Trf. M'gr.
A SENSATIONAL SHOOTING
HOUSTON.
Special to tho Dally Enterprise,
Houston, Texns, Fobruary 20. A
sensational shooting affair took place
in a resort on Texns avenue last night
Joe Wilkinson, a railroad switch
man who resides In Galveston, shot
his wife, who ho found In a house of
ill fume. It is believed the woman
will recover, though sho.'ls seriously
injured. Tho man Is now In Jnll.
EASTERN GROWN
Seed
.1 A
oes
A DISPATCH FROM ROBERTS.
Special to the Dully Enterprise.
Ixmdon, February 20. The war of
fice has lsued a dlsputch from Roberts
the main Importance of which Is the
fact it is dated from Paardcburg,
Monday. Puardeburg is thirty miles
east of Jacobsdul. It announces that
the railroad is open to Kimberly and
that General Methnen will proceed
there forthwith ami largo supplies
will be forwarded.
"Dees-.
NOTICE.
All those taking part In the
trlct Skule" are reQiiested to
the Methodist church Monday eveninij
at 7:30 for rehearsal.
RUMORS ARE UNCONFIRMED.
Special to the Dally Enterprise.
London, February 20. Whatever
news it has received the war office
refuses to reveal. Unofficially it Is
reported that Kitchener has brought
General Cronjo to bay and has engag
ed him. It Is luf erred that the war
office is merely awaiting a dispatch
announcing the result of the battle.
meet at That story, however, though plausi
ble, may be premature. The hope,
however, prevails that General Cronje
has been cut off from Bloomfonteln.
Martin, Cruse & Co., drug store,
headquarters for the leading physi
cians. 2-1-tf
FOR RENT With Board, nice fur
uished room with stove. Inquire cor
ner Magnolia and Liberty,
Prettiest assortment
THE PALACE.
of Laces nt
ft aj-cl ware
Warehouse on K. C, P. and Q. Ry. and S. P. Ry. tracks. P. O. Box 483, BEAUMONT. TEXAS.
E. L. WILSON
Office and Salesroom :
Nos. 321 to 339 Pearl St.
l.onjt Dist. Phone No. 29.
nt APIMr CJVT The firm of Greenburg & Cohen The Uoust0tl
LLUjinU UU 1 having dissolved, all goods m the
CHICAGO STORE will be closed
out at raM to make room for a new stock. Call and Bee the bar
gains.
THE CHICAG0ST0RE.
HIIIII h ! 1 1 1 1 1 n n 1 m f t
MAY 31st
Will be the day that will decide who
huldit the Lucky Ticket that win the
$i.m horse nt Stone Uvery Stable. With
every i.o purchase from my ktore vu
are entitled to a chance.
BROWN'S
FEED
STORE.
THF PLACE N BUY YOUR FEED.
.; pi:hi. st.
imiom: v.r.
...BARGAIN STORli...
W. n HORITZ, Prop.
New and second hand Clothing,
bought. old and exchanged. TWENTY-FIVE
BRAND NEW SUITS OF
CLOTHING valued at $12.00, selling
out ut $.175. We have Babies' and
Children's Shoes, worth elsewhere COc
and 7.V. now going for 10c. Rubbers
at the same price. 627 Pearl St, op
posite the French Market.
If that bull fighter would eat groc
eries from the Beaumont Lumber
company he could skin that bull
quicker that h 1 could scorch a feather.
Pulley Belts,
THE PALACE.
the very latest, at
Ladles, come In and inspect our new
line of Neckwear, Swiss Ties and Tis
sue Chiffons and Ties of all kinds at
THE PALACE.
GOOD MILK COWS WANTED.
Fifty head of good milk cows want
ed. AddreKK I-rxk Hog 292, Iiinmut,
Texan.
If jonreje arc lefrtic
coiiult Dr. II. C.niaHgh.
Knloe lintel.
RAISE RICE!
I le for sale one of tbo lvt
KK-eFarm in Kat Tvxn. Fine
Vatr Faititieand (Jood Levees.
Address Wl W. MI1. P. o
Vt l4-uniont. Texas.
AVOKMPOIS AND STERLING-
bw-tnn b bought and t fm-
Who iS Pinto
and Nero?
MRS. McFADDIN ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. Perry McFaddln entertained
quite a number of her friends last
night In the new McFaddln building,
and like all tho social affairs over
which that charming lady presides,
it was an occasion of tho most de
lightful character. Fourteen dances
were provided, with Intervals for re
freshments, which wero served at
the French restaurant. Three cotil
lions were on the program; the first
was led by Mr. Ed. Davidson and Miss
Williamson, of Columbia, Tenn.
The second was led by Mr. Dan
Edwards and Miss Ada Stone, and the
third by Mr. Rube SImonton and Miss
Di McFaddln. Mrs. McFaddln, who
was thoughtful of the pleasure of all
her guests, provided card tables for
those who did not dance.
Undoubtedly you may bear '.oino
one sav, '-Who is Pinto mid
Nero?"' They arc
Two of ilir smallest
Eli'ifals in Captivity.
and will W Mn in our city
Saturday, February the 14th-
Afternoon and Evening with
Prof. Gentry's Famous
OOS ISO POKY SHOW.
They are trained and will lie
wen in each erformanoe. Ev
erything ith the Gentry Mtow
1hi seavm i new and if
watber re vails they ar T
taitily d ing of a d Lu-i-
ORGAN RECITAL.
The following is the program for
the organ recital given by St. Mark's
choir, assisted by Mr. Sidney Meyer's
orchestra, Friday evening, February
23, at 8:30 p. m., at the Episcopal
church:
Choir; Ancient of Days.
The Palms: with orchestra accom
paniment, assisted by Mrs. Edwards
and MIhs Lillian Hyatt Mr. Tom
Lamb.
The Man of Sorrows (Jiweph Ad
ams) Miss Gladys Brown.
Violin sol", sdM-t-d Miss Afllls
l:vy.
Violin solo, Iad us, Heavenly Fa
ther. Load us (H. P. Danks) Miss
Ruth Bucklln.
Duet, Misses Faunl and Kute
Lamb.
Pui-t Second:
Oh. Jpbus, Thou Art Sundina (Por
tr) Mrs. Blrker snd Mr. 8tphen.
Violin solo. EvenlnK Wave (Wsg
n,.riMr. Sidney Meyer.
Th- Holy City (Stephen Adnnii
Mrs. W. I. II. McFaddln.
I Cavsilna (Rorf)-OrcBettra,
I Hir l. Oh, Savlotir (Oonnod)
Miss Fannie Lamb.
Choir: Jerussl'-ui. the Oold-
i Mrs. F. A. Hyst, inpsnii'.
IB MF.ET-
W( (MAN'S READING 1
I NO.
Tb-r lll MM mtln
tti Wonit'i Rdlfi Onb tomorrow
WdDenday) aft'-rt'xjn. at oVtwk.
in Mrs. Woodtiad' rem, t Mra
FrLk K-itb"s. M"tii'-ri ar nntKl
j r4jii'-d to M prHit to wmH"
, ttj lir.p'ir'aiit hualo-m.
i
Early Rose
."Peerless,
Bliss "Triumph.
S. Lederer, The Grocer
A
n M Vniir Pnnninl Alinnlinn
IIC UUI1 IUUI OUGUUI illlCIWI
To tho most complete stock of-
wvvvw
AT-
s, Stationery, Office Supplies, etc.,
SZcflRS.
e.
11
Hiliiik.
lJhouo
Fully Equipped
For the Road
In everything you may need In
Harness and horse goods you
can be if you call at our store
and see our stock of Harness
Bridles, Halters, Saddles, Col
lars, Haines, Interfering Wa
terproof Blankets, Boots, Lap
. Kobe and all that our up-to
1;U assortment contains. Our Harness and Saddles are
the bestjmado andlour prices right. Also a full line of
jWagons, Buggies and Farm Machinery.
LAKE CHARLES
Carriage anflmplement Co.,
(LiniTIED).
en
Loves Offerings
of hartdhomo jewelry pleases the
dainty tnuidon or society Queeu
with tho same degree of enthusi
asm. Whether froni papa- lover,
friend or husband, our rich and
boautiftil jowels and jewelry, or nov
elties for jwrsonal adornment, is re
reived Willi joy when they com
from-
R.M. Hothner,
POPULAR'JEWELCR.
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5 We Are Responsible
Tor the present ruling low price5 on feed. .
Forney Lay would not Iks helling at 40 c'iit n?r bale
if it vat nut for our rarly investment. During the sizzling
hat of mid August w hen tho prir of bay wa low and tho
lem eratnre liih, even during the dullest foed month of
the year wc liavc tna le our rcration4 and rinlced buying
twenty live carloads (a train lol of Forney luy, that's why
it is Kellin? at 11 vn a me k!;iv. wo coold get a better
price for it Imt we dor. 't want to. our tjino i regalaled
on a different ystein,it is bated on a maxiruuin of profit.
Ak oar rnvtonut of ii yr tan mg Ikw well tby
ate .alified.
Only one plar for II!KI).
J. S. GORJDOI) & CO
J Telephone No. 82.
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