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Cbc EDail Entcrpriec. jUH' 1 HlXUCi; Kdlio' u tttMta ....Tir Wk It) roult Per Month Tl Information published lat.1 night thai Heuiuout had sectned ttij Julia rl uilll au uo doubt uleasiug to every one Interested lu the growia I mid prosperity, of Beaumont and JeB rrou county. It will I a food thing, nut only fur t tltlieo of Bvautuoul, : hut l( will also beoetlt the rice farmers uf 'IV huh cud ljulHluoa. as It will luesii feu culai'gcd market. bscause of Hie manner by which Julia & Co. will conduct the business. With the ware Iijiihh facilities that Mr. Jabo will pro vide, the farmers will uot h compelled to sucrltke their rice, and It Ih a well known fai t that rough rlc kep la foud condition during all kludit uf writ thi r. while the cleaned rive doe not, uud with wurti Iioiihb certltlcutes, the rice uioducer can borrow mouey ua his lire for immediate needs, innklug hlui much more independent. The fuclll tlfM which Mr. Jahn will have for hand lliiK i lco. ud IiIh known ability to find a uiurket fur his product will enable him to puy the blithest murket price fur roiiKli rice, mo It Ih fair to presume lliul the establishment of hlH mill here will mean a gulu of muny thousands uf dullurs to the farmers. Am to the henellt Hitch an enterprise will he to Kesuiitont, It. Ih ho greut that we cun hardly appreclute It. The money paid ttH a boniiH will come buck to the peo plu of Heutimout. two fold, on account of thp biiildliiK aloue, to say nothing of the people who will be employed In the future. Hut thin Ih only a Hmiill guiu compared to the benefits to be derived from having iih large Interests as those of Jahu & Co. located In our city. When agltutlng the holding of a rice curnlval last full, The Dully Ku terprlHfl pointed out that Beaumont's location wan such that it might be come tho center of the rlco InduHtry of the United StateB. If our people would only work to that end. The location of this big mill will be a long step In that direction. I. Fletcher, treasurer of the- Tesas Tram and l.urubei company, for the purpose of tuaking an organiied effort to secure enterprUu that would add to the prosperity of our city. The committee waa constituted of II. !. Fletcher. W. B Davidson, presldeul of the Klrki Nijni Hull; I), Call, president nt the lleuiiinont ,Nu tlouul Hunk. and V. F. II. MrFuddiu. These gentlemen de tided to call their organisation the Chamber of-Commerce aud Mr. T. W. Shept-rd wua elated secretary and told to go to work. Alert to Heine ey ery opportunity, aud nothing thut CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE Mr NTS' WANTED. WANTED To buy second baud CiiHiave A. Juliu ft Co. had not se. third, nud the three, acting an a com cuied the privilege in HoilHton nee- ( inlllee. u III give u derision thut will ensary to establish their rice mill in lie llnul. Heverul manufacturer have thut city, u telegram was sent to Mr. HiKiiifted their wllliUKiicxs to filter In Jabu iu behulf of the Cliamber of to such an iiKreement, and It Ih ex Cumiueiee, asking him to come to iiei ie that the co-npurulloii will be lleaoiuuiit and Inspect the udvuntuges , uiiiiiiiluuus. of UiIh city for the location of a mill A UNIQUE IAIiOK AOHEEMENT. New York post A unique labor agreement Ih being effected in Indlanapolia between fur niture makers and their employe, the double pin pone of which la to fix more firmly the status of Hie labor uuloiis iu the shop aud to prevent a I liken. On condition of a formal recognition of the nullum by the employer, a rule will lie established that in case of dlf fereuce lu wageH, hours or any conill- lion ui eiupioyiueui, ana 110 seme- 1,1,1. ..., ,i ul..,iim ,,t ment cun be reached, the union is not wo H,ry ,.,,.h ,tiHltc x 125 plana to strike, but Mich aide la to nppnlnl n ' , K lfl utUiiH can be Been ut the representative, the two will chooNH U m,.ea of V. F. Treailwav or I -on and I Hi hliiKiiil. light rcscrwd lo lejert any furniture, ieauniuut Curiosity 8bup. 1-23 tf WANTED A wiiite girl. luipiire comer Oilcan and Fannin at. WANTED - A good tiillorciu; 110 otli er need apply. Ileaumoiit Steam Dye Work. Crocket at. 1 " I WANTED. WE OPENED THE DOOH. The Iudiun Head mill at Cordova, Alu., wuh coiiHtructed with the view of catering to the Chinese trade. It has been In operation for eighteen montliB and Ih doing well. Last week it nhipped twelve carloads of cotton cloth to Shanghai. The Dwight cot ton millH of Alabama City, Alu., for warded one Hhipmeut of ueveuteeu car load of cloth lust week, all of which goes to China. Let's eee Have we annexed any portion of Chi 11 a lately? We certainly roust have done so, for by the logic of the ex pansioniHts, the flag must go ilrut backed by bayonets and artillery. And these are southern mills, too, thut are enjoying this trade, and in Senator Morgan's state! The foregoing from the Houston Post will hardly have the desired el feet with thoughtful people. While we have not annexed any part of Chi nu, the United States was largely re sponsible for opening the wuy for Alabama mills to ship their goods to China, and i!. is due to cur expansive methods that the open door is main tallied iu China. o The locution of the big rice mill in Henuniont means that all kinds of property, will have more tlrmly fixed values, a fart which ought to make property owners feel glud thut they had a chance to give a few dollars to secure the mill. As long as such good investments cun be made there should be no kicking 011 the part of any one who has business or property Interests lu Heuuiiiont. I.et every citizen of Heaumont. who wauls to sen greater commercial aud iudiiNtrlal expansion, lend their aid aud assistHncn to promote the good work. The big rice mill la, only the beKiuiiiuK of what we may secure If we go about it in the light something like the rice mill cured. When we go after it way we are sure to succeed. manner. was HP' iu thut The wuy Joe Rally flirts with duty rouse the suspicion that he dou't kuow the genuine thing when be sees it. A few days ago his duties railed hiui to Washington, where important legixtation i in progress. Now we are told that be la bar home ninn keina with Nj)lli. The Chamber ot Commerce is to be rourratuluted. and enpectally St retail- Sheierd. w ho baft labored so ear neMlv and witb ko mucb tact to re. ure the lice mill. The reulti they have S.lt4iu-d fcbows the dilferem l-len woik and talk. In another -olums will h found the suiiouncenK Dt 8. W. TipkiB an a candidate for re-el1ii t the cflt if count Mr. Juhn came aud stuyed two days. looking over the different hIIch offer' ed. Ills visit was kept very ipiiet for obvious reasons, but he wus very much Impressed with the advantages of our city, aud Dually left' with the uuilerslamliiig that If u certain site could be secured he would locate Ills big mill in Ibis city. After Mr. Julius departure u meeting of the citizens was held iu conjunct ion with the Chamber of Commerce, and It was de cided to comply with Mr. .latins re quirements if possible. The commit tee appointed to ollcit funds were Messrs. John N. (Illhert. W. S. David son. D. T. Cull and Ouy W. Junker. Tlie work of securing the money need ed wus promptly begun uud finished In a short time, but the matter of se curing a site wus more difficult, but it wus finally arranged Hutisfuctorl ly. .It wit learned from Mr. JnhYi while here that he contemplated en gaging in the business on a larger scale than has ever been attempted and thut bis buildings alone would cost about HO, Olio, and that while the main offices would be in New York city, a branch ofllce would be main tallied iu this city, which would be very Important. Jahn & Co. are proli ably the largest rice buy-el's in the United States and it is said that they have capital enough to handle half of the rice raised iu the United States. They expect to ship large iiiuutiticH of rice to Porto Itico, uud will iiHe a tug and barges between this city and Subine Puhh. to ship their rice. They have already pur chased the crops of many of the rice farmers of Texas and Louisiana, thus showing that they proposed to handle a large amount of the product ut their own mill. The plans for the build lugs were prepared by an architect in this city and include the main mill building, of brick. riOx'ill five stories high; engine room, brick, 50x50; one warehouse lOOxl.Vi; another ware- bouse. HlOxliOU. The locution of the mill is perhaps one of the most ideal. In the United States. It bus deep wu ter and switches from three differ ent roads: extending from Main street opposite the offices of the Beau mont Lumber company to the river a width of 200 feet. Such li site Is very valuable, und could not be se cured In any other city in Texas. Cnnii INSTItl'CTION. After each meal Hiiiuk ) 11 Tunipuno la i Ikht. FOH HA I.E. At Stone's stable, Saturday. May ii car load of llrst cla.m Jersey milk lows, fresh iu milk. l.--t DUE TO A DISCUSSION. A, PiliNton. colored, was brought down yesterday evening from Kock' laud uud sent to the Santa Itosu lios pital ui Sun Antonio. In u discus slon over a certain place that Uinston and another colored man wanted to occupy at the dinner table Sunday I'liiHtoli was shot through the bow els. For your liarneHS go to Perlsteln. Hy securing a new subscriber to the Dally Enterprise you get 2.1 roupon1: and the new subscriber cum cut out as many more out of the paper, bj that by subscribing now yo 1 can add 50 votes to your favorite candidal? in the Chatauqiia contest. No other store is offering such bargains as are to he found at l-einberR's. OF TIOXAS lie 1 Man 1 ''AliEl'W. Track skirts tin- lieacli for -." miles A splendid view of the Oulf for this distance. Five mile ride across the Hay. Lnrge excellent passenger stouincr, capacity iVKI people, Visit tiulvu.stoii when taking u trip f nun til. s territory. Hales aud time the same, if not better via this route. Tickets on Sale to All Points 0. R. WNSBROUQH, City Office, (J. K.& P. f Pearl and Bonham Streets. Our motto: One price to all; honest Roods for the least money. The rianhattan. 75c buys our $1.00 Stanley shirt waists at Nathans BASK HALL SUNDAY. 1 .011 is Meyer, manager uf the Beau mont base ball club, announces that there will be a game of ball Sunday, at Myrick's Park, between Heaumont and Port Arthur. The name will be culled ut. :i o'clock. Vh 1 r- k 11 11 ; 1 1 1 1 tiKEAT EN1 ERUItlSE The iIomii; of the deal hete Ibe -l.aa.ber 'f Com men, is behalf H the tititMis ut BeausBost. and Gus lar A. Jabs A Co. hf bk tba lat--r sirtee to build asd ntainuia a big ri suill an4 wart-faou is tbts tity. (alls 10 niad th ir omta-e bih U-4 ia smut tug tbis mw t"t4 pru A birt time before ti tiotrt were tif-t-4. -onlnlt fora4 st 1b t4 Mr. H Who would think there whs insanity tiehiuil a diop of water ? Hut there is. It aw tuvorite torture iu the old dvs to fasten the victim where water should k1uIv drip on bu forehead. In a little while he waahol- i ing maniac. omen do not. as a rule. realize bow the xteadv , liainii which soiiictinif tflui them miixt at last rr-act on the mind. Somr'.ime, it is only ticttiilness, imtal'ilitv or im-visliursx. At other timt the condition ujsm Wvoud 11 11-reM.iiallrn-i to irutionalitv. With the lelirt ol the ImmIv, trolll div . ... ease. IT l icr.ct i av-rite I rr- nplion give 1mi a chrrrlui Pi' vS1 asd loiilcnlcl pint. V hcu the 4rain and hiii aie tii-l the uunl Mutt up like a t)ll..n trout which dead weight ban brrn cat out. .Molhrri who lit t r knew a hatrfiy nuonriii when the birth hum onlr'iMcd thrill and tminvrr wiMiH-n dnnnrl h oimithtoa (crel ot tiHtital lcjtriin a wrll a phtMcal nflcriii. bar fnind tn-itr.t t air tiv the u-w l ' I anitr I'lextii'tutn. " It oHitamo m alodhd. ncitbct tum cocamr tr ia.b-r imn d nartuti' I wiflt 'td wtlll trmalr rahlm aliulM rigNt im-nHtt Mill i brfMH mm'u lT CrTi rr. ntnt' ai ut It rtlm ti. I Uk-M holllnaiMl I Inl I'.lr iihWi !! " I u,a Tit fmKtwr MMftH mn4 lr! tn Hkr a vw e"" TTlf- Kw mw n'S") sviikiii w.! fcrmrta, Iw fK. k. km t-r in. 1 o b'T rT' frtwn nr lfWi-t:ia.Mi mm V..m l Si (."'a Mt-S' HrrT tsa o' . xvk iiw l'l ttnet-n ev-rrr I rmm t SwkH rnt fl mnmt mm f) ha A-mr AOS I a 1 rl tfr THERE IS A SATISFIED- glad I am going expression on the f:i ces of all who have discovered the tin excelled truln service and connections for California via The Denver Road Our passengers to California and back lake advantage of the Trinidad Gateway in connection with the A. T. and S. F. westward through New Mexico und Arioua, eastward throiiKh I'tah and Col i mlo. Union Station cohnectinns at Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver facililute rouml trip tickets via diverse routes. MnKiiiliceiitly illustrated literature will be sent to you without expense liy sendiiiK your name to V. A. Sterley, A. O. P. A., or A. A. Clisson, tl. A. I. !.. "The Denver K.md" at Port Worth. Texas. d. it. ki:i:i.kh V. P. & T. M. und all bids. Hlds will be opened Si l iii day May .1th V. R Treiiduway. room No. 1. lows liuildiiiK. Ktill ItKNT: - Kuiiiishcd or unf-ir-ulHhed rooms. l:".i;l l.iuircl inc. s. lwp Full H.ll K: - 4 llrst Clans Milch cows. llerfoid lliilli and I tieavnu i.ull at Stone's l.lvery Stable. 2711. VOR 8ALK. FOR SALK Spilt cypress posts. L. J. Kopse, ll'CS Llbtrty avfutio. J C. KOU KKNT New modern two story li'ck store. Kl 'pant Ktono arch front Liir.o plate kIusm show v.'iudowa on pi. veil Htreet; ci trally locitid. Apply to V. Wless. Lock Hox. 37S. fi tu rou SALB. One IHii.imi I 'oruish oi'Kan us nood us new. ut n liaiKuiu. Call and see It at .1. K. W'hito'H. IJIil Laurel ave. ."(-.'l-wp Kilt RUNT: One nicely fuinisbed room, apply comer of Orleans and Fun n in hi reels. i-'i'i-it FOR RUNT One nicely furnished room, south from. Apply corner .Main and College Sts. 5-1-wp ForSale or Rent 5 room house elec tric lights. Harden out. houses. Apply to 445 Orle-ans St., For Sale: At a bargain a three room cottage nt Hat ton Beach, address box No. 4ti4. LOST Thursday, April M, between the fool of Pearl street and Sabine ass avenue a broach containing eight opals atideight rubies. Finder return to this office and receive reward. LOST Key ring containing two seys: lias chalu attactieit: nnuer re turn to this ollice. 5-2-1 wp STRAYED. Fine Jernev cow six years old: head and neck mouse colored; body light; black tongue and switch; large hat; ami small teats. f.".no reward for re turn to S. B. Smith at. li. C. Wless' store. STRAYED Fine Jersey cow; has a very large bag; small teats; medium sized horns; mouse colored head and neck; lighter body. Return to S. I Smith at Reliance store. 5-1 C0)OtOt H i S -rnvsArfsnVTaVWaOav1v.-. 0KO00C0O00OCO J ll-sT! I "sT Ira tr t n i r-rv assi -sr m m -mmw - - $ lew Showipg ip Straw lats.- TheCclebrated Towpsepd, Grace Gl. Go Vlake BSBBWSBBBasW Famousfor their excellence in correct mater ial and popular on account of their correct shapes. We show the full line of these goods in all shapes for the young man, old man and professional man. Just drop in and see our line of new hats. Prices range from $1.50, $2.00, $2.60 and $3.60. The best tor the money. f4echts, Deaurnont- -STHCEH I 00O00004K)OOt000 O0OOs)OOCO0sO404OO X30O000K)0tOO04040 4- Cut Price H BDlUt m ' Ik.lm fmrtnr I'jetil frllt-U T iraduaiwi tbr iti tri" af TIIK IJKST l.'VK H All Points Northeast and Southeast. J HOI KS ItKTWKKS New Orleans and Cincinnati. MinKT MM-: New Orleans to New York. tiikk;h sij:i.pi:i:n New Orleans, New York, Cincinnati and St. Louis. Dining Car Service i:n i:iti: t. II iniili. P. .1. An il rH. p. A a I a. RETKI Mll-K-Mmt tb 1t Yf io ib-r- Marnolia Ia!"7 rtioae 14 ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself a candi date for District Judge of the First Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic convention should . . one no neia. wouia preier, nowever that no nomination be made. K. B. SHALE. STATE SENATOR. We are authorized to announce J. T. Oeaty as a candidate for the office of btate Senator for the 14th Senato rial District, subject to the action of the Democratic convention. FOR .H'sTICE OF THE PEACE. We are authorized to unnouce the name of Judge W. L. Rigsby as a can didate for justice of the peace of ire- Inct No. t. We are authorized to announce the name ol l.croy King us a canuiuaie for Tax Assessor of Jel'lerson county. Pure, fresh ml'k at the MAC.NOLIA DAIRY. Phone R. IX Kent. 149. Ladies' FELT SLIPPERS Kvtry Ituly knows Unit "J)olj,eV Felt Sliieis are the- bust. We Imve si few left from our holiday trade; will eli se litem out. A.I &. 00 Slipper t $1.65 All 1.50 Slippers at $.20 All 1.00 Shoes at 80c. Ilav.n't tiitl all sizes but may have yours. Uetter come ant! KEITH Bros. SHOERS of MANKIND 225 Crockett street. TELEPHoSBATTERIES -MOTORS? Phone A IIOTTlMi:. is impossible if your rooms are cooled by tin elect l ie fan. Al vants are met by this mysterious and potent force. A houeiinpro videe with the everyday rosulls of eh el ricn I science is scaieely li:t itable when com pared wilh one properly fitted up in this res pect. Hells, telephones, burglar alarms, and other useful applian ces speak their own necessity in every home. We lead in the. electric line. Electrical Engineers. lleauinont, Texas. At E. Deutser's. 2o Reduction. We have in stock 2, 000,000 cypress shin gles. Can furnish any grade desired, kiln dried, air dried or green. Phone 283. BEAUMONT LUMBER CO. 8 N, BLANCHETTE, Msiiufacturer of Dry Pressed Brick Order.-, M!ici1e1 from any part of tlie stall-. S.itisfai-tldii enara'nteed to nr ch.iM'is. IIICAUMONT, TkXAS. tfi On all wwww Men's Spring Suits. This Sale includes the cele bratfd Strouss Bros, clothing Now is your chance to buy a stylish made up suit of first class material ann workmanship at greatly reduced fio-nres Come early and get first choice. E. DEUTSBR'S, GUARANTEED INDIGESTION CURE The following well-known druggists are authorized hy the manufacturers of drove's Indigestion and Constipa tion Cure In refund the money In al' eases where it fails to cure Indigestion, liy iiepKla. Nervousness and Insomnia, ... -".niter now long standing. I'los in a new discovery, and Is the only dyspepsia remedy sold on a posltlvs guarantee, no cure, no pay. We could nut afford to give this strong guarnn lee if we hnd not proven by actual Irst that it will do all w claim for It. Cau he sent hy mail. Price, 25 cents. For Reliable One-Price Store. 2" This reduction is for cash only. O4O0OO4C00OOOOO The t1outon Bargain Store. V. H llorit. Prop. of .,' M'X.i. ll.' "' i" (A"l .'.!.' ' .t' ..I,.,- Iih. .. I If !' -.l ' ,),.,! .r.ll .. ...M .. ::.7-'i. .'' ;..).,.' ..,. ( I,fi'i,. . t it I. . '''Jt '"' hi .. M'ri.l. i ksion to mxilil 1iaU-i- lal MHI '!! m:v ohi.kws. I'miniiii' A-- lit 'II From MEMPHIS of NEW ORLEANS Ta lh Tii lil aslil 'f ll'e Si.tiO)-in rail . ti. Suti-.'l K'i:t II irumi i m. m Oil an Mat .'" ati'l "1. I c.i. i.. ri'intu until Vat al uii"- i,i I ln !- a- .-mint Tia.-i'r . . n ifci lufi iiifiti'lil i'Mi ll.ia i all im,l,ii't 1" ti-n tii I'r.H... M t'lir I'tiil.r iW ui'' ! al... au-iv aii't l a ' '" . a If l.uli. i at 1 1-: ' 11' ii. ii i. rl' i ' ' East Or Ike Northeast Tii rou Cars rc r-M, Louis ille & Nashville R.R. mmrrt rem wu.a.noa to T.H. S.rr5lV,1.?. A, DALLAS. TEXAS. I A MM afiASTlV Pmm. Arnrt. .UTCIIIt. TtV WHV NOT CELEBRATE? It occurs to The Daily Enterprise that it would he a good plan to have a lug, rousing Fourth of July celebra tion this year. Other cities do this annually, and we see no reason why Heaumont should not provide suttl cieiit attractions to bring a large crowd of visitors to the city on that day. Our Ji.oo Stanley shirt waists in lawns and percales now 75c at Nathans. NOTR'U. Call snd lender your nroxrty for taxes for the year IS111I. Office in the Viis IddK, Tevis St. S. V. PIPKIN. County Assessor. VM. P. Sl'TTON, City Assessor. The slickest and best line of negligee shirts at the Hanhattan. WHCItE ;iri.s i.e.Jr.n TRY. CAHI'EN- lifi-iilenl JeM of the Missouri t'nl vf-riitv Telia ot the Xe- ln luMry in Ilia School. ' When the voiina women have fin . ii-iii-i our iiine inr carpnier anop I uw ia 'f 1 he MitMMiuii t'niversity." said I imported I'riiileiit Jfe rtttrday. "they mill shop for women has been open for a year and the girls have shown that they can learn as much about the car penter business ns the boys. To keep them from cutting their hands we slurl the girls in wilh tools thut are safe, saws aud planes nnd the like. When they become trained a little bet ter to the use of the tools, they work at the lathe and with hammers and draw knives and all the other tools of the carpenter. At tirst they are taught to square and level blocks of wood, then they make Joints and simple pat terns. The shop is valuable because it gives good exercise. We have had several women caroeiitera in tha couise. and this summer when the normal Htudents come the capacity of the shops will le doubled." Kansas City Star. Oak lumber at Perlsteins. ATTEND THE MISSION. There is a growing interest in the mission which ia being conducted at St. Ixiuis Catholic church by Rer. Father Angelo. C. P. Tonight be will lecture on "The Secret of Confession" a Mihjett that is always Interesting to tbone outside of the church. A cordial welcome ia ettpml-! tn all 1 1 mill fwil.i" it.f'i-inxf'iiii "T ' 1 1 t j 1. j ru;k if 'J. f .M'rt:'. arid It) Ti li Li r-t I i ;i:uk u i. hi: i;ret ,,. i..,, )..n in ttt Sutiir- i-t ' I if i li. t 1 ( iniliw.n -ok ill he 1. 1 1, t irf 'i tn- ;t Jiriiicilint nu n ifi fv-auni'iii. !' mjntr f-nlfi 1n px fmla ita Im- qiiiim tn make tlii-il o a hair mid lali)- and 1 nilKnl J ' Sfm tif f h-tii mar ) ide to -m-; int tbi-ir fVill ia that ay. Imt most of tb- toiitie wim-ii tibo lake the car-fw-nrr .biif ifiiini is the t'niteraity , do it ia prnaratMni fir f-aibiog. ( Th-T ill f" i"'o b iHiimal a. hml and t:rb lioola and eive infitruilinn in r'xxt iftk. ' "1 fitnl that tb 'imi-a aro Jtil a ; atii tri'h "it tti mH The I your time to secure yonr china ware, nosers' Rac ket Store 1 lw.iri( out their entire line at r; per cent diwoiint It aiM In liiy Miirt -Mait tor than l Manle) 7."ic at a- The bet shoe made; the J. & M. 5 m a parr in all n e at the ."lanhattan. Rlfkrat'k l coat at PTMeins.