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MOUT L. HIXI.EK Edit. lit cent... it ccuU... i'r Wk Ter Month Tbu tUblne Ne lit Ju.'t iattuod I in nedlUbln apeclu' edit ion, devo ted 14 the lulereaU of jfcffeiaon couu- i ty In Kcnurul. Tilt: NKW ORLEANS CARNIVAL unlnvH, b uH to .hre my lunch .UiVENTTRES OK" BILL HAWKINS, with n and ould have ptrM itb (Copyright. 1900. by Harlequin, of bin ragged Utile ubirt lo rover my North Carolina.) bark. W went lb aorl of pain to ll had been twenty yeara alma Uill f ether honi nature make for each llawklna bad Waited tha Ana old city ' ol her, you know. Jut aa eh doe tba of New Orleaua. Hill owua cotton wooda fur tha dtier or tha pebble of faun iu driving dUiame of Meridian, tba creek for the craw of tun wild tur I propuae faithfully tu aet down tba .key," aaid Hill llawkina, reauuiing hi manner of ibla laat vialL aj lalated by . narrative, after a miff at hia Dii and j Hill biotaelf, In prm.e epic of aa lua- a pauaa which 4raed tu divide iu I u y little "book"' aa Ulll'a unlquo nar J cbapteia with aort of Intultlva fit i net. I'l.- .... 1.111111.1 kti.rv In Ikil laMUtt i. nreaenled lo r-HUirea; , " r I V..ii Uullu uln'ivi nil 11 nilal.lv fit. Her maw but I our readera wilb tbe roiupjiwou of tba wuy and Crvut roue. LKT 13 Bfi NEIOHCOKLV. . Tbe Dully Euterprlw atmRMta that It would be a neighborly act and a plrtuaul otctulon (or tb bubta men of Beauwout to tall on lb" bualueaa uieu of Nuiogdothea on tba comple tion of tbe Texux aud New Orlran railway to tbut poiut. Tbe people around NuroKdocbeu wJll Dud Beau uout a great market for uiauy of their product, and the i:omiulinlon mer ibuiita of tliui city will be uHtonltihi'd at tbe vant uiuount of poultry, egg" and fruit lleuuinonl cntitum. On the other baud, lieuuinont him a few tiling tbut the people of Nacogdoihea will waut to buy, und ur uii pxthungn of products build up Hade, Mich a vIh it would no doubt bu pwdtictlva of much good. Of couihh there would be a good many men hunt g who would never expect to Hell a dollar's worth of goodH to the people of our ulttter city on lb north, but they would no doubt be plcaiicd to enjoy the plentuireH of the occunIoii. peert and knowing flrl. alwaya bn down ou me. uevtr B.1I." :t.ld ill from tbe eud of lb alreper. u tbal guy John Brown waa Ulklbg in a ion of broad, offhand i'i.ANS A HOMK FOR ALL JKWS. Chicago Record. London Dr. Theodore Herzl. orlgl nalor of the scheme lo cutabllHh atute in PaleHtlne, In now In Lou dou perfecting the detallH of lis great movement. Dr. Herstl la a tall, tro?d man, with a heavy hluck beard, black balr, llnely cut features nnd lnn.inoiiH brown eye, lie Ih full of his suDjcct which be (liHciiKMeK lucidly, earuimtly aud eloquently. Me 1 apparently in apired with u real and vivid expeeU lion of Beclns the Jew Inn race, in the unt diHtant future, redeemed from homeleHHeniis and persecution aud firm ly planted on aoll of Uh own. Concerning the character und pur poHe, of the movement, Dr. Herssl Bald The Jews are without a government without national independence, with out a home. Their political. nodal mill economic condition iu nia ny countries, including Russia, Rou mania and Austria, Is the most un fortunate. They cannot escape from these degrading discriminations, be cause they have no place to go. Kven the United States would not welcome an extraordinary Influx of poor .lows from Kustern Europe, Africa and the east. Tbe social conditions Of the great cities of the earth already are aggravated by the presence of large numbers of Jewish people, among whom standards of living are low The supreme demand to which situation gives rise is for a place to which these people may go to live in peace. "The scheme I propose colonizing them in the Holy land is not wholly egotistic. I will admit that primarily It is for the benefit of the uuhappy members of a persecuted race. Hut secondarily It will confer n blessing on the human fumlly, without distinc tion of creed, color or country. The governments of the world would get rid of the dangerous pusslon of null Semitism, Und that would help them Internally. The large centers of popu lation would II mi themselves freed from a considerable proportion of the evils of the sweating system." "These would bo of tbe nature of negative boons, but what of tbe posi tive benediction a Jew ish stato In Pal atine would confer on the world? "At present Palestine Is a dead roun l ry. completely barren in the modern idea. The Jews would breathe Into It tbe breath of life. They would teach Hie ignorant und backward Turk, they would build harlKjrs and railways, ami would rapidly construct the mate rial elements of a splendid civiliza tion. Palestine now is cloned to lh world and nobody can get the bind without war. The Jews would neutra lize the land and open It on eipial terms lo all races of men. They would immensely shorten the distance Im iween Kuropo and Asia by building a railway from Ibe bay of Acre to ibe Persian gulf Over this all people (tiuld pas. Nobody would br Jealous or feaiful of Ibe Jews, a weak iiplc. without a government, deMrous only of winning happlnesa and prosperity for theniele and of promoting ibe genet al prom-cK ol mauklnd. "Ibe holy plai would renin in ibe common proiett) of the world We should exlraleiiitoiialii thtu and tieat tbcm a aaered pla- Enierir William told me an we atnod Mgetuet near Ibe galea of JeroiuiWn. Pala tine In the (Wintry of lb" fuluie I ttiibk lie Me an a piTIbH " would have gotten 8ul If It hadn't been earnest way to a traveler about wbut fur a New Orleana carnival twenty ' be called practical met bods of develop yeata ago. Whew! a purty long time, 'log tba grand old South, tba most won Isn't it? Sal's uiiw was powerful derfnl rouutry In the world, and a sour ou uie. She aaid aba bad never whole lot of gu.ib like that. 'Oh. Hill, known any good of w since tba night ( coin here a uioweut,' said 81. 'Say, ber old man caught ue and a crowd old fellow, you and I have been alwuys of buya stealing bla watermelon. SI ' like brothers and it baa come my way perklus waa In tba purty and tba old to become immensely rich, and I know man took SI and me aside and saying a man doesn't get rich at cot 'on plant- that, being us we wua tba biggest, he'd log. Now, see here, old boy, I waut give us a little tunning Just as a les-' you to have the time of your life in sou to the little boys. And be strung old New Orleans-the time of yout life tbe little boys lu a row like soldiers, und he took SI for the first example, and give him an ull fired larruping with the eud of a rope; and then be look me but. as hu lifted tbe rope, Sal. who hud been looking on with tbe tears u-spurkllng In ber eyes in tbe moonlight, btepped out and aaid, lion't you whip him. sir, right square at her dnd. Aud be askeu. 'Why. please?' 'Ilvciiuse he Is my sweetheart said Sul. and the old man sort o laughed to himself and let me go. pat ting bis duughter on the head and say ing. "You're a good on!" "Well, sir, the old 'om.n got that mud that she raised sand with the old man. but he was one of these sort of critters that an 'ouian could storm at Just. like the ralu pattering on a liew shingled roof. It didn't have Hny ef fect on him. Similarly, the old 'oman used to raise sand whenever she saw Sal und me together, and for a while I thought 1 never would get Sal if I hud first to get the good ear of the old 'oman. I'ntil one day. twenty years ngo. the old man said to mo 'Dill Haw kins," says he, 'I'm a going to New Orleans Cor the Mardl Oras, and I am going to take Sal. It's a Hue place for lovera, Is old New Orleans In carnival times, when there Is a maw-in-luw prospective In the way of happiness.' Aud the old Jedge rode on with that curious sort of expression he had. tin ishing what he had to say and saying nothing more. I thought about this over and over again and I told Sal about it and she sorter laughed but said nothing aud could offer me no consolation, so, says I to myself. 'I'm hlowed If 1 don't go to the carnival too!' So when next I meets the jedge I says, "Where are you going to stop, Jedge?" aud he says, "Most anywhere, Hill that's one o' the beauties of a New Orleans carnival." But Sal got word lo me, and when maw-in-law saw me in New Orleans, she says, 'I.aw, Hill Hawkins, can't we never get out of your sight?' And I told her I thought I could worry along without the sight of her, but it was different about Sal, und she got furious and said that on account of Sal's fondness for me she was going to put her Immedi ately In a convent. Whether the old lady meant It made no difference. It scared me so I could hear my heart beat until I hud gotten the license, and al anil I appeared before the Jedge and I said, 'Jedge, If you will come with us I would like to have you give .iway this daughter of yours to me be fore the whole world," and the Jedge smiled and looked at me sorter curl oils and look his hat without saying me word until It was his turn to say it In the old St. James cathedral, (ice! but talk about a niardi gias. but that was oue! You know Si Perkins drifted to t'hl cago ami came to be a great pork stick r with numcy to throw at the birds. mil, JuM u little before last carnival, he blew into .Mcridliiu with u friend or bis called John Hi own. a railroad fel ler. Just at the time I was iu town, and they told nic they were goiug to mar dl gra. I lowed there hadn't been any since the one twenty years ago. worth while speaking iiliout. and they said the) KUewsed I was mistaken, and so told I hem the story of how Sal and I ere mairied dm Inn that niardi gias. slid the) said t had better come aud the mairii gran of thi year and take Sal. Hut 1 taid I didn't think Sal would come. She wanted to go to vis it he r maw. And Ibeu Si and John Imoihei aim Miid. Well you'll find that there is an gieitt a difference iu the in a Ml ia (if todat.' and Ibe guv la'iKliiil .iiii li lt moiililn t tell me what the uieaot Can toil under stand I dun 'I Well. I iMhi'iucd lo K-i Sl titer to bit m and she said was mi K'MI to let ber iu. and she liolM-d I i.'il I 'Int Ik- lonesome Mid I Ki k, mould manase to mii tone nd when she had l-eu ov-t t- lici niaw's a iir I -cl her a nx- ce sit'tid Aa t-ngaa'fneut (f Iweti t tears irJin ll as to New t - sn" I mould neiet w h a tmt nj if it h-le t for that Mow Kiowa W lin I iir litma I W hat shall I sul to Sal an,j be KI .KIT lON lc WIm-ib M May Cvn-rn Iv-pra tall 1 a b-r Notl.-C H liereli gifea Ibal the ibont Imard nT Ibe ttT lomnt lota, will led upeTint-Ddtil. pna (inal and 1a be' f tbe fmbln free wbwil if tbe ily f Bcim"t. , !a,rb'i and .. I il,.,nt', ti amart tit Miiadtr. tbe ih day f Jnt I P l 1 .in !-n I . in think'tic a'-iut !!. for tbe ensuing tTa. i ri in ih y "- anl -. tra la- All apflialtb mutd l IB crtt eg I will !. k in t n-A I ad t)4 ! lb aTtar rf a' ' a-sw) Tbal will e'e ' 'n't o Inard at hef'jre Mid dae ( tna-r n ' ail a atd co'd B ftreW f itr wtiwd Imard ana Ixefc 'r 'a'itt,d ajrata irtary O'y ! bod Bot.'d. B-. Si P"km a ttiri fee fcaaf nai! n'1. Tettaa. la ) mo' t'B ti a ragt4 do you understand me und I wunt you V have the money v. rpeud with me in having it,' p'id 1 1 tiled out u bigger roll than 1 hud ever seen out side the Meridian bunk, excepting the Confederate roll the Jedge has, aud he says, 'Here, take this, old man.' 'Your'e cruzy. SI Perkins,' says 1. 'Hill. If you don't take this you will make me feel that the dearest friend I ever bud Is not so close to me after ull.' Well, we pulavered a while, and the line was I took it. I had already begun to think what the deuce I was goiug to do to pace with such fellows a.- SI. nnd you know that ran worry a mini n good deal. "When we struck 'New Orleans that peert fellow. John Hrowti, culled a cab nnd he says. 'Drive to the Fiouch mar ket. ' And there we had a cup of cof fee which even my wife Sal could not make the -mute to. And then John said in his brisk port, o' way, 'SI, I must hasten over to my olllre for u while. You und Kill t.iko u spin around town nnd I Khali meet you lit llegiie's at II o'clock and we w ill have a breakfast, there with some royalty. Remember, now! He on time, for we three are booked to be of the party. And Hill, think up a neat, little speech iu case they call on you for one." And he left us, and i don't know exactly what Si understands by 'a spin around the city,' hut I am certain it Is one of these sort of things I only want to lake when Sal is a few hundred miles away in the country. We dashed up to a place called the Sa.arac and I licit' we had a cock-tail one of the best that I ever tasted in fact, the best Whe! what n crowd everywhere! the streets jammed! and such a good na tnred crowd! It 'ueared to me as if every one in tht Sazarac was tolling Joke and everybody was so friendly and neighborly Just like up at the cor tier grocery at home. Then we got 'n the carriagt again and Si says, 'Bill, want to introduce you to the drinks the old Spanish grandees used to drink and I says, 'Whilllkins, Si, uint you sorter rushing things?' "No, No,' said he, 'this is carnival times, Bill," and we stopped at n place called 'The Old Absinthe House,' and there the fellow what was mixing poured out gome very green stuff, and by the time he hud finished dropping the water on it, it was milky, und gollygosn: It tasted like the scent of a clover field in spring time, and we got in the carriage again and said, 'Take us to the Renaissance des C'li al lies Verts.' and whoop! away went the driver, for every time we had a glass of something, Si said to the driver, 'lie a gentleman, sir. be a geti' tletuau, come in und have something. aud Si would always add, 'did yon ev er hear of the Cook County democracy sir? 'No, sir. the driver would say. "Well, sir, we are tbe only democrats left on the American continent. Cab bies aud millionaires tit a ml on tin same footing, sir. as long us they reg ister and vote right.' And sir. the cab bie must have begun to feel pretty much as I felt, for those horses made powerful speed, and we passed down a line asphalted street by an old grave yard which looked so old and sad that I said it must be the place where the old Spauisli grandees were buried after they had drunk enough of that green stuff, aud Si said, right you are! The followers of Ijifitte ami the great Clai borne! The most beautiful women of tbe woi Id and t lie men who used to kill t-ach other in duels aNuit tht-m are buried there, sir!' And we whisk ej out into a beautiful boulevard call ed I'laiborue and out. aud whew! what tMed we made, and filially we reined up al a maguifii ent old park with au inn bard by it and Si cal-d out. Kiai- ee. a couple of tsittles. AleiatoreV "I'oinile of lied ties Si. wnal do oii take me fo:. a Unk? It s all tic: lit wltb the (k cuuut denim t a y. sir.' M Cilxiie Is I I Im- alartio-d. sir' Tbe Mtily true A nM 1' ll left w ill lilki aie iif it ait' S, taucliil and iatli '(hH bit t Ixgan In Iw rfffti1'd with isii.iis .f ibe sedden apr'! am e tt Sal and ber maw in ton I.' til git lni k In lb-cues jnt 'm 'ine and lbit in",'. In, ed 10 a sna'1 a -i i,f bei filial liiiiiii-- null as 1 nt-r! A fine old French gentleman with cluau bhaven face and some what bald head, with tha enda of bis hair curled up km art around bla neck, looking for all the world like a priest or bishop, was smiling on tha gentle men, and every now and tuen curving a new dish. This was tha great liigiie. Kvtvy now and thin he would put hia first and third finger la bis mouth and whistle as shrill as a cot ton giu. aud a fai Cum on boy would disappear dowu below ai.d fetch in , sum new kind of drluk, You can , wll Inibgiua that by tb lima lbs tivb making btuo I a as Id Bus trim for u speech mysalf. especially aa uo oue tried to make a spread fu gle speech, but It wus good, honest comuioii-seiiHe, cheerful talk all tba way through. The speaker before they 'culled ou rue. for iustume, said in win ding up, licit; Iciiieu, this !s tbe sea son of all other when we of New Or leutlS Ilk tu feel that We e.-letld to all the world peace und good will. That we love to make the I 'liunieruble thousands who visit us uii I honor us with their presence find thai we are Intensely human; that It Is u noble ' thing to love one's fellow man; that; IlLbWI I 9 sa- rvvvvvvvvvvvvvr at Tip Elaborate- Mar A- D, J. i sa . sas ih. aii old tbint le i ber ni hi-i - n in wnniati nfl inn 1-titnri-tiii-ni iif iwi-nt imn arandmc ! a'l -itfMi c'ad m m- a 11. 1 ti,l in f ISViii t,4 5-i'l'H int'lia' 'hat t f-'t tt !imie a 11 'ti know how Chi -inia- tjTiii t si: in I lie neil,:t t't t-t ,!( baii' eii-i Bind b ;,t ! r " K 11M1 K"" na n ed ind h'" 'm! at)'! in''t fuM nf ati:i-i- ;-- l.ki- il 'l t i-a lin tiaeti t a inrt,d HVJ!. Ihata ju1 tl ca lh-t mt I f-Tl inn ?im fM-irl in - Orssati l,a in a'-'iaria-- "f -tr inw W Th nt't baie 1 1 ti -" a l4 ilv a W ii-1'tifft tnil Hut f,-cl.i-a atf they ure indeed our guests; tbut we would like to have them know us uud truly love our deur old city. And sirs, we who represent the pioneer work of the maniifucliirlng era of Ibis magni llceui city, should bear iu mind al ways the brotherhood of man. We want the love and esteem of ull." "So. when they called on me next of course I felt that I was iu U way representing ull the people in New Or leans, uud to tell you the truth. I felt quite equal to the tusk, and so I until in part, as the reporters used to put my speech when I wus running for the legislature, und they were too la zy to take nil 1 said, 'Gentlemen, in be half of all the visitors of New Or leans, (here there was a gieat shout of applause--I don't know why) I want lo say that I love New Orleans as If it were my own c!ly. if it hadn't been for New Orleans and its carnival 1 never would have gotten my wife Sal llil'eat applause led by Si. who fell out of liis chair, lie laughed so much.) I fiel like a dog hecuuse I sneaked iivay from Sal on this oc asion and did not bring her down here wilb me, I linnc'ihsc applause.) Next year I shall do belter. I am going to bring even my imnv-in-law." i Here Si laughed so that llegue brought him some ice water iu a Ittleglass how) for him to wash his eyes, i I do not remember the rest of my speech, but It was a cor ker, and by the time it wound up I had the friendship of every last man of the manufacturers parade party, i firm friend. They were all noblemen too! As you shall see heft re I finish my story." J. M. Leveque, To nv continued. THK TALK OF THE TOWN is about the Tampanola cigars; they are fine; try one. Our motto: One price to all; honest goods for the least money The Hanhattan. AREATED Use no other-149. MILK that's the best. -Magnolia Dairy, Phooe Men's, boys, youths clothing are being sold at low prices, un heard of before at Feinbergs bar gain store. Pure candies and a flee assortment of fancy cakes at the canny wagon. The slickest and best line of negligee shirts at the flanltattan. THEY A RIO THE BEST on the mar et. I hey are--Tampnnol:t cigars. You will always regret it if you don't buy your clothing at Pein berg's while the cut prices arj in force. ar . i:i.i I.IJ.J l.ove is tbf cot uer-stoiir of t w o iu a n ' lite. sln liuiliU :ill v-jl her hoties upon I . L i i .i. . - jiiii ground iiinnr tendrr affection" which she cher ishes tow aril the one who are 1 dear to her. and which she look lo rcvitvt iroin tlieiu in return. This is woman's nature: it is tbe rOl- Ui u instinct tll.it luakrs Iter a loun ni.i tender swerthe.irl ; a comforting. icliifil wife; an rvT-lovim, solicitous, care Liking n!"tlicr. In ii a woman terls that the rrpou- liililn-. iinl ilr.ticsof wifclussl and moth- rrltissl hiu- tsviHiie irkaome li liar a tiupli 'i :!!! trotitdc rather than a source id iiplr'n'v and tnjnration--tt shim' that Hi" i- -nie -Ichi irncT in IiiT physical nil- a!'ti'mi.i1 and unhealthy iN,ii.rn-,n ,.t Ific ill licatc and imisirtanl iv 1.,! v- i -t'ire of wmnanhissl. .,. . .am, ,il wii arnna'T iml' la If a l---roe "i H fTn". V Ihe rmtnesl i a",-'' -j I- rvte-tmc r,s. s'-n-'i h. a'we a'-! In --lwl , rr mid (.''-. Iiini tin- inn-ixl. ill- , St.. f-f 1-fMfi S ' rca i r C--.-ii.-Si ' IS lMcirt!C "a ," .'tIi ..l ,--i a m -a ' i e- s- in -s "tufic va Shirt Waist Sale. The beat value ever i.tTfieJ. NO ODD ANU KNl as som aiorfs it'lveriise, but clfan. new jronii Yt.ur choii-usfWiiiin.uii ur any l.n uml ifl '.'"Sliii l WnlsU "ICp in this store at I wu TUpsc WaisU urn ui:t.l.i t.f s. IihI nialcihiU in Dimiti0. Kri'iu h Luwih; Hi"., niedy tut ki'tl and koiuo with singl ami (limbic rows of Insertion. Silk Waists. $8.60 and $8.00 Silk Waists .... $6.25 $7.00, $6.50 and $6.00 Silk Waists . $4.50 flechts, Beaurnopt- r STHCEH a. oooa CLASSIFIED ADYKKTlSZHtNTS WANTKU TO RUNT 3 iinfui iiiHbed rooniH or wmull cottage aultable for litfht hoiiHO keeplnt,'.' Not too fur out. Thin ofllce. WANTKD To buy 'aucond hand furniture, Denumont Curiosity Shop. 1-23-tf WANTICD .Men to leant barber triide. Two nionihs completes. No expense if you will work for um. $t0 monthly paid our graduutea.' New opiioitiinily. Ciilalogne und full par ticulars mailed free. .Moler Barber College. St. l,ouis. Mo. .WANTKD A position as governess or companion in refined private fami ly. Address IC. tlfis ofllce. o-4-lw WANTICD A wuite girl. Inquire corner Orleans im! Kalinin sts. FOR SALE. SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR SALE. H. D. Fletcher offers for sale a six room cottage on North street. 1 E--.- ; AcuTFirt. A. - j.- AS TELEPH0MLS? ELECW MOTORS X BATTERIES I'lioue A HOT TIM 13. is iiupossiblrt if your rooms are (tuileil by un electric fun. Al vunts ai' mt by this mysterious and )olont force. A houe unpro vitlHe with the evoryduy results of oltctriciil scioiife is scau'ely ha ittible when compared with ono properly fitted up in this res pect.. JJells, telephones, buiol.it" ithintis, and ut her useful :t; pliuii et's spetik their own neeessily in every lioinp. We lend in the electric lino. Electrical Kitgiiieei's. Heaiimont, Texas 000000000000OK0OK)00OK0000 IE. Deutser's. 20 Reduction. FOR SALE Split cypress posts. L. J. Kopice, 1068 Libit ty avenue. .'0-6. KOR RENT New modern two-story Li'ck store. ElJfant stono arch front Large plate glass show windows on paved street; p.r.trally loc.ittd. Apply to V. Wiess. Lock Box. 378. 6-m FOR SALE. One 160.00 Cornish organ as good as new, at a bargain. Call and see it at J. E. White's, 121!) Laurel nve. 5-3-wp FOR SALIC : 4 flrst-Cluss Milch cows, 'J Ilerfortl Hulls and 1 dcavon Hull at Stone's Livery Stable. 27tl. FOR SALE Cheap; a new Turkish bath cabinet. J. Rosenthal, at Heehts. lw-5-5 For Sale: At a bargain a three room cottage at Put ton Bench, address box No. 464. FOR RENT. On all WW WW Men's Spring Suits. This Sale includes the cele brated Strouss Bros, clothing Now is your chance to buy a stylish made up suit of first class material mm workmanship at greatly reduced uVnres Oiiine early and jet first choice. E. DEUTSER'S, Reliable One-Price Store. This reduction is lor cash only. okcokcoookcc FOR RENT Two office iikiiiis in the Gordon building. Apply lo Gordon's grocery store. 5-tt-tf FOR RENT Six room house, furn ished, corner of North street and Mng nolia avenue. Apply to ri. (J. Brown. IwlS-lO-p Full KENT: One nicely furnished room, apply corner of Orleans auu Faiiiiiu streets. 4-25-tf FOR RKNT One nicely furnished room, south front. Apply corner .Main ind College Sts. 5-1-v.p ForSale or Rent 5 room bouse elec tric lights, garden out honse. Apply o ui loans M.. LUST. t " "i4 :h' t m iti f f . k -W t hrn t, a", in ta arf1 -Mt , . .... , , t 1 -. i wo.H r r a -i nr t f - a t-- r"T- f ! f P I-tlST Key linp oontaininR two keys; lius haio attat lied; Under re turn tu tli iw oflirp. .V2-1p LUST dniilay. (ftId rinimod niaikel und I !- lit '. I.,ie at Park I .UIIS4. Miss Bowers, ir.ist.ikiMi lltt .-iif. for tln t'l'tfliraifd Sahlin Sun)mcr CORSET The hlle.-t cut ijiveN the desired effect ill the new un rnienls. L':::l Itonlmni SI. PaiQts, Oils, Yarnisi7es. ...AT.... Jno. I, Pittman's, U. HEBERT &BR0. BUTCHERS And Di..i.l(M- iu AVR STOOIC. Phone 220 for I'Ve.sh Lard and the best of all kinds of meats rop.pt Service. W. M.IIAVIDSON. W.l II.MePAIlIN I'reaideol. Vire-I'rnaiilaul. FRANK AI.VKV. aataler. filUK OF BEAUMONT " iirri I-, ra "f I ran.- tA 5 ANNOl .NLK.MKN I J. I lier.liy anmmnie mywlf a randi date for IHntrict Judxe of Ih First .ludirial IiMriil. subjei-t to tbe aitiin of tbe Iv ma ratic convention ibould one lie held. Would prefer, however that no nomination be nimle k. ii. kham:. STATU SENATOR. V are authorired to inonnmt J. T. H..i'jr a a ran'filaie frr the .ffi. of Ma'e Senator f.r Ibe 14ih S.-naio-rial Iitrii1. ubje.i to the a,ti'n d tl-e ! moi rail conventinn. rnR Jl .-IK E OF THE l'EA E y r an antb'trired to aiii'ine II i.am- "f Ji!c W. 1 Hir-t-r a in-i1'- fur I'wii. rf th ti- of ve i itel No. t W e a"h"-i'd " ai.D'"m th n?n if It Kine a ran-li'lat i Tt rnr if J. ff-ni ri7nTr. X- a-e acthnrir to artumni tbe T". Pipkn f-iD-Iidat fir r-l"'ti" to lb "Ti e f cn'Cy I i V iNamucTon in t . Voice Culture o '; and Piano. o 6 'i K TESTKH KIJI K. X O Studio: liiMUil !. M. -iitfelc ll'liliii. jfi 2 ltKAlWlUXT. TKXAS. X 0O4O4O fi"( 4rntr un nil (hr t,inrinl rilirt nf the tftHlil. LONG & DICKINSON, ARCHITECTS, HiilTs Itestnunuit. Fl I.'KV I'.FII.MM;. Fninli Hall. rr."F rcinoR. f! 'lli'!'t fu.' al f "... i Room ii Kyle Building. We have in stock 2, 000,000 cypress shin gles. Can furnish any grade desired, kiln dried, air dried ov green. Phone 283. EEAUNONT ll'MEER CO. C. L. NASH, Real Estate. r-ffi rn-ta 1 P'are bnitf. ClioP rt- landt Z-Jt Ml. nrr9ffitebr9 var-IW. i