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A RIBM T HIS ribon section of ours comes to the front every now and then with some surprising offering. But here is a chance for prudent women that out classes in a bargain way any- thing we have attempted for a long time. la 1ia rna iiiVirt lnaoc ,V pifvH of No. 40 Mniio lino I'uauiy, leuuing snmios, priced 3.c per yuru, Our Price 15c per Yard. Our Price 10c per Yard. June Patterns and June Delineator on for Butterick's Patterns and Publications. IT PAYS Always the Best for the Least money Is and i : : What wo cur do, wo huve shown . .1 in .,,.iiu-. auction goo Is ii-qiiurt liiilvanU l Huikit H-ball ('roiiet i!t 12 Bars Soap 12 Cukes Toilet Sni 1 Kin -Stop Ice l'ick, any kind, from pnckim'M rearliuc A gOOl'stOVO, M'll "1 A 1111 -e set pl ""' A :!) lamp fur A bountiful bowl ami H suui: A nice bowl ami plicher Wash tubs, Urge sl.c, only A' butter illwli only .... . u pw now 11 il. cis only Yours Truly, PRICE LIST OF GROCERIES. JThe Beaumont Lumber Company's Store Peacemaker Flour, 48 lb sk.. 1.20 Peacemaker Flour, 24 lb sk M Tidal Wave Flour. 48 lb sk.... 1.05 Tidal Wave Flour. 24 II) sk 60 Ivory Flour, 48 11) sk 100 Our Gem Flour, 48 lk sk I'o Our Gem Flour, 24 11) sk 40 Standard gran, sugar, 17 lbs.... 1.00 Hest Rio Coffee, 9 ibs LOO Corn Meal, 40 lb sk ',r Corn Meal, 20 lb sk 25 Crackers, wholesale, per lb Crackers, retail, per lb Numsen's Clipper Tomatoes, 2 lb, per doz California peaches, 3 lb, per cau California peaches, 2 lb pr can California pears, 3 lb. per can.. California grapes, 3 lb, per can California eG plums, 3 lb, per can Pie peaches, 3 lb. per can Pie apples, 3 lb, per can Silver Brand nsparagus. pr can Lima Beans, per can String Beans, per can French Peas, per can Marrowfat Peas, per can Baked Beans. I lb. per can.... .05 .07Ms .75 .20 .15 .20 .17 .17 .17 .10 .30 .08 .OS .17 .10 .o;i J. " " ; " WIESS, . GENERAL .INSURANCE AGENT. r1r-.lOMr KrKLIHHEI. TEXAS Notice. OS MAY i$th the Beaumont Ice, Ufht and Refrireratinf Company put on a day current n their entire circuit. o that all ho now use light can hae the Ian serke il they lh it. tiSS Beaumont Ice, IJsht nd CO OPPORTUNITY V-.H m o rrln-!f wnn : 45 piefurt of rude quulity, Klhhou. wry vreuit ninreit gn yuM TO BUY AT; has been our motto what we can do: wo convince yon that our pods is first; our miantity. .he best for the least money. N second handed . ..l.V . . 05c . ..23c ...!-". . . . 1 1''- ...05e . fii."0 ...;ioi- Trunk, Valises un; Telescope- a I. cost. A '.von Scwiini Machine guaranteed for 10 yearn. . . . l" Berry Saucers, anv price yon desire to pay. ltsse'ltsHs. llali. Musks ami (iloves nt your own price. Lumps of till kinds, from 25c up lb 13 a piece. l'.ettv CI. Ilia Plates onlv l"c a Piece All oiir Fum y Hood will be s ld at strict ly cost, in or der to make room for larger slock Our 5c and ioc Cu liter A e the Insi st lliirjcaiu Counters in lh State of Texas. A surprise to you; a many a nickel saved. rou BARGAINS GIVE lS A CALL. . . as.; . .4 Be . . lo: The Counter Racket Blue Ridge Corn, per can .11 .12 .08 Al Corn, per can Stanley Corn, per can Columbia Salmon, fancy, per can .15 Oregon Salmon, per can 10 French Sardines, C.Illetts, per can 15 French Sardines, La Guern, per can Full Weight Oysters, 1 lb. per can .10 .10 Numsen's Preserves, per doz.. 1.10 Van Houten's Coco, lb 20 Van Houten's Coco, y2 lb 40 Van Houten's Coco, 1 lb 75 German Sweet Chocolate, 1 lb.. .25 Baker s Bitter Chocolate, 1 lb.. .40 Royal Baking Powdor, 6 oz 2Q Royal Baking Powder, 12 oz... .35 Roynl Baking Powder, 16 oz.. .45 Prices Baking Powder, 8 oz 25 Prices Baking Powder, 12 oz... .35 Prices Baking Powder, 10 oz.. .45 Prices Vanlla Extract 25 Prices lmon Extract :. .17 Marx Lemon Extract 1" Marx Vanlla Extract 10 Phone No. 40. B- McMAHON, Mgr. Refrijeritimjr Co. 1 1 i The ribbon-maker i Ka nrnmnK T jr No. la Morie Ribbons, hih every shrule, worth ,lc per sale. We are agents Subscriptions taken. 9 for over five years Store, Crocket Street. are weak tney ourn nicy buioiv they ache-they itch they blurrat night you have headache, dizziness and in digestionand you need an expert in the science of optics who can thoroughly dlaguosc vour case. PROF. J. B. BAKER aud associates, give a thorough Hcleutillc ocular exami nation FREE, and adjust spectacles to suit the case. Our lunses are ground from the celebrated Scotch Pebbles. WE SELL ARTIFICIAL KYKH. CHICAGO OPTICAL CO. 220 Crockett St. Beaumont, Texas. David S. Speer, M. D. liesideucc telephone No. 89; olflce telephone No. 108. Olllce hours: 10 a.m. lo 12 noon, 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.; In. m. to 8 p. m. Offlce: OverW. B, Dunlap's. Real deuce, on Forsyth St. TH COLLEGE Of TH E CITY Or NEW YORK. .3 Kli.h.n Qut.n lkir . Co. Kmh.n Qtfn 8. 1.1 r d.f t fin. tepoai.it th r.qul.it.t f tud-il.H taii.'r .pedr. I n fr.lF r.eaun4l n li"u will mum ih, likt art hUhfal Or lb thtr. n na .euki. Tn. i.t I. mh I u Ji. ii, .new int i tt all ih.l yott .l.la for ll Tauxo rP'll If. Tli. C"llrf .f lb. CTItjr tit Sw V... U I i..ii-m llniMU. If It . I.I. Il . Pn.t"nrrf ( bmiotrr. k l iu.tru1oraiuil ll"T.lar1olo g N. BLANCHETTE ta.iulacturer ol Dry Pressed Brick Ortrr. M.lirit. inrm . . . .part Ifc Maw. Hat.vfa.-t.on araaraftf.4 n f.r ckaarrK. BLUlS'iM. TlA. tin to TIh BEAUMONT PH0TO;GALlERY Anil fiet Va One Doz. Photos lor One Dollar. 1.11 Fsniiin fliwl, fit.i1; ,M"lllll CHAMBER Or COMMERCE. Tb- fir a lam vnjn(1J frota 11 and all th lira; fmjp" r-r wt nti tli- stKit. tttt'r to Cod that tb rbomW of Vtmrorr wr all no- klng Tair pniiola c';gr Ifcey mok tby e: , YouEye PERSONAL MENTION. Th. Pmv tmiiriiii will ht pit 4 lo torn four iiloo..l Tom DIm went lo Woodvllla thli morning. J. A. 8ternenbri went 10 Houston but evening. Judge Uyron Sherry went lo the Paw thin morning. Clareuce Carter of Livingston was hero tli In morning. ' J. K. Grist of tbe Houston Pot wan lu Woodvllla yesterday. Captain Ceorge W. O'Brien spent the day In Orange Wednesday. T. A. Stone of Cooper, la., waa In the vlty this morning and went to the Pass. Miss Julia Loeb la visiting at Sour Luke with her auut. Mra. Kellar. of Houstou. Phil Chamber, with T. 8 Reed, the wholesale grocer, weut to Stowell thli mornlug. Marriage lieeuse was Issued yester day morning to W. M. White and Mist Jennie Dartlett. Mra. Lucy A. Peebles tt Cuero Is visiting Captain O. W. O'Brleu and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mra. H. O. Brown have rent ed a cottage In the Platte Canyon, of Colorado, where they will spend the summer. C. K. Waldon of the Sabine Tram company went to Galveston thle morn lng on a short business mission for the company. Mrs. L. Levy returned last evening from Orange, where she has been spen ding a few days with hei (laughter. Mrs. V. Miller. M. I- Broocks, Georje C. Greer, K. B. Pickett of Liberty aud C L. Carter of Livingston went to Woodvllle this morning to spend a short time. Federal Clerk C. Dart has Issued process in the case of Jaboa B. Withers s. the TexuB Pine Land association and the Reliance Lumber company. Miss Sallie Sanders went to Hooks Switch this morning to spend some days the guest of her brothur, Sol San- ers who la manager of the J. F. Keith ompany's store at that plaee. ENTERTAINED Tlie members of the Harmony club gave a delightful little dam e and card aty nt their club rooms last evening in honor of Miss Birdie Dfvis of Aus tin, who is visiting the Misses Levy. Music for the occasion being fin ished by Sidney Meyers" orchestra. hose in ateudance were Misses CI- pora Solinsky. Pauline Goldstein, Ada eingerg, Sarah Levy, Hcttio Kline, Sophie Levy. Tllla Levy, Birdie Da- Is, Bell Nathan. Hanna Nathan, Daisy Nathan; Messrs. Jake Cordon, E. N. Brown, B. Duetser, Nathan Roos, Willie Gussfleld, Sidney Levy, Maurice Goldstein, Dr. Goldsteln.Sam Nathan, Herman Nathan, Isadore lenberg, Abe Goldsmith, Carl Braun- ne, Alex szanr, r.a djuui, senthal, August Rosenthal, Mr. ana Mrs. Michel, Mr. and Mrs. Fienberg, Mr. and Mrs. Szafir, Mr. and Mrs. Berkenrode, Mr. and Ms. Nathan. CLUTCH THE MIGHTY DOLLAR and make tt do double duty during the Beaumont Lumber company's stock taking sale. HARMONY CLUB EXCURSION. The Harmony club has chartered the steamer Harvey and will spend the first Sunday In June at Orlgsby's Bluff. This Is their annual picnic and It promises to be a very enjoyable event. EVERY CENT COUNTS. when trading at the Beaumont Lumber company's store during slock taking sale. , THE KAY SEB. The recent change in tfe passenger schedule on the Gulf, Beaumont and Kansas City railway was not put on because of any friction with the Gulf and Interstate out of Galveston, but because the Kay See patrons demand ed It. The service waa not what they felt they were entitled to and General Manager Kirby made the change for the accommodation and convenience of the road's patrons between Beau- mout and Rogan. S. A. McNeeley. general manager of the Old Colony Connti-uctio company, has notified John H. Kirby, general manager of the Kay See, that be has sublet the contract for clearing and bridging, and that he expecta to have a full force of grade at work within ten days on the eiu-nolon f m Rogan to San Augustine. It U nnderstood that the terminus of the Kay See during tbe coming rot ton v-ason will be at Jaspr. Pcwt. THE GOSPEL of truth, with reduced price tor a text dally at tbe Beaumont Lumber ton psny'a store. TIME IS BHORT bnt vi.a sill make It an Lrcan of uDronalla! low price at tb Baamont l.nmbt .ompany's trtore. NrTI-E OK SPECIAL STOCKHOLD ERS' MEETING. Notlf hi bart-by give that a " ial minK of tbe stork feolAa-rs of tb T an' New Orlanu. tUHroaf rom-pnj- bat tvw-a fall) by tbe Boer of bimton of ki rowiiaaay to iraj t th- general offirw of Mia company ia lb rrty of Houtrton. Texas, at li oYk k twxia oa tbe 1tl y of July. Ha. for tbe purpose cf atrtbwttltx tbe tteklDg. erwvtloa and oeUvrrT of a Drat avr! trer tbe foBowitig properties. tr: Tb U of mlb-oaa. a portiow of wtwh In Ww r'i purcbsticd tod the remainder ol which Is now under conttructtoa by said company, beginning at a point on the Sabine division of (he railroad of th. said company In or Dear the town of Rockland. In Tyler county, and extending to a point lu or near the city of Dallas, In Dulls county and also all extensions of or branches to such line of railroad which shall be acquired or constructed by said com' puny until the lengths of such ex ten alona and branches thereto shall ag' gregvte forty (40) miles; also the line of railroad recently purchased by aultl company, extending from a connection with Its mala line at a point In or near the town of Orange to the Sabine river In Orauge couuty, Texas, with their franchises or appurtenances, to secure the payment of bonds of the said Texas and New Orleans Railroad company to an amouut or amounts not exceeding in the aggregate the princi pal sum of twenty thousand dollars 120,000) for each mile of the railroads, exteuslons and branches mortgaged thereby which have been or ahull be constructed ready for operation, pay able at a time not exceeding thirty (30) years from date, and bearing In terest at the rata of four per cent per annum, puyahle semi-annually, to be issued for the purpose of paying for, completing. Improving and operating the suld lines of railroad, extensions and branches with their franchises and appurtenances. . ' C. B. SEGER. Secretary Texas and New Orleans Railroad Company. TREMENDOUS SACRIFICE Sale going on at the Beaumont Lum ber company's store, preparatory to taking stock. SEMI ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE. The Beaumont Lumber company an nounce that previous to taking stock which will begin next month, they will sell everything in their store at nou-competltlve unapproachable, un- surpasaed low prices. Now when the Beaumont Lumber company makes thut kind of a statement, everybody now8 that It means that they are go ng to reduce their mammoth stock, and as long as the low prices prevail, that everybody can make more money trading there than they can by work- ng hard at any kind of s situation. The Beaumont Lumber company has had these sales long enough to learn hut it pleuses the people and they are prepared to wait on the big trade thut always follows. All the goods offer- ad are new and fresh; nothing stale or shelf worn, but the company would rather have the cash than the goods. There are some great bargains for the ladies just now, and they should not fail to see what Is offering In the goods they need. Thero's BARGAINS for every one so far as that Is concerned. Dry goods, shoes, clothing, gents furn ishing goods and GROCERIES GA LORE. Remember that the sale la now on. RHEUMATISM, GOUT, LUMBAGO I will cure any case of Rheumatism on earth or no pay, no matter of how long standing. I have a cure that has never failed it is a certain, saie per manent cure. Address Frederick King 452 Main street By securing a new aubscriuer to the Daily Enterprise you get 25 coupon: and the new subscriber can cut out aa many more out or the paper, so that by subscribing now yoi can add 10 votes to your favorite candidate In: the Chatauqua contest. NOTICE CARPENTERS OP BEAU- ! MONT. For the benefit of carpenters not be longing to the union,- the union has resolved that charter be reopened and the Initiation fee reduced from to $2.60 for one night only, May 20, and all members are urged to be present on that night. GUARANTEED INDIGESTION CURE The follc-ine well-known druggist are authorised y tna manufacturers of O roves Indigestion and Consllpa tlon Cure to refund the money In al' cases where It falls to cur Indigestion Dyspepsia, Nervousness and Insomnia -natter how toog standing. I'lm la a new discovery, and la tha only dyspepsia remedy sold on a positive auarante. no cure, no pay. W could not afford to give this strong guaran tee If we had not proven by actual Usl that It will do all w claim for IL OaL be sent bv msll. Price. 25 cents. For NOTICE. Call and render your propwty fvr taxes for the year 100. Office In tbe Wfess Mdg, Tevle L 8. W. PIPKIN. County Assessor. WM. T. SUTTON. City Assessor Neck ear galore in all shape at the Manhattan. Dost fall to see tse Serea Dwsrfa, .a tbe great apeclaltlea: opera boose. Toetxlay. Msy IS. Na other tor U aHerlng so. bargains a arc ta ha found at FHnberg a. Tbe pgllhrar fstars of tbe tblr seene Is tbe Dwsrf Hosj ob tbe Hill is w orth tbe prV of aamlston opera boswr. Toewlsy. htsy li Use best shoe ntaae-.thc J. M. (tMi pair In all styles at tbe rUnhattaa. We rwrrr tb t-est sag b-st r- arf stntw T etU la tbe my lWs. Tha Urgeot 5tock, the Uct lieu lairiaps l and ma. am. s tmi Tho ( So Caul wiui Invented fur cliiMreu who Lad i graduated from tlie oidiuury taniupu, but some fellow iManned an adjustable buck". nd iroto! wo have an article more in demand than Ibo carriago lUelf. r.nt imr.impm.mt h tiotireublo In hub I'arrliigea and I Go Curls tliiv jear. Iust year vuent, but now it has received social attention and Is jxir I ticulHrly fine.' The itatternt ahown by us are quite difTcr- cnt from any olbers, many especially desiuod r.r our own trade. Our prices, as usual, are very reasonable. , DEUT SSwt? Si Muslin Underwear g I Musiln skirw, standard muslin. Muslin skirts, wide rufflle and wiueeinuroiuor, Muslin skil full sie, flue tk., M "-nee, w.da trimming of torchlou laco, 1 fl'ier at 1.25, 1.5U, 81.76 aud HI. Musi u chemise, full trimmed, at 26, 8S, 40 and SOc; fluor at 1.50. CoZ covers .1 25, 40 and 60c, finely finished, rich trimmings and best material. t T a,i.p LCOl) R. ICVyS nimmmnM!Mnmim!iMniiniiMi 1 Cumber ?o 1 IftCOftrOBATEDt p MANUFACTURERS OF f I'ona caf Y?llo finc lumber 3 1 cuaJ Dimension High Oiales of Fluorin, y . ilinj Siding-and HnUh a tiecialty.. .. S Cros3 Ties. R. R. Timbers. Car Export Shirpers Tia Sabine I'at-t BEUAMONT. 3 iiiiauuaiuuiiuuuauiuuuuuuiiu MIm E B WelTbnra. rosrt slesoa tspbet. 1 notify tbe pobbr that she Is ow pennsseoCy W-. . l . aM.14lnar so rt j eponairs is wo'n" -I , ioffl-e ss4 will pl-s "M susnera. at br otB-a rurnltur In Southeast Teaag iui s the (5o Vari was un exerl of Good Quality. We are off.-rln al prices thst ou could not make thuni at' nmc for, considering i he work, he cl.Mli, ilie embroidery, 1" crtlons, nulling. They are ull In size, nothing skluipud, nd every seam aud hem as It 'liould bo. Ladles' gownx, 12 tucks In yoko, filled collars and ruffled cuffs, 60c. WLadies' gowus. tucked cm roldurled y;)ko, rutlld collars ml cull, 75cj llneratl, 11.26 1.61, $1.73 and 2. OUc, tucked and trlmmml. MAMMOTH GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE. pot -Weather MARKS Dirty Clothes. We Wash 'Ern MJcc apd Gleap und do it promptly. Propletorsof the Eureka Laundry FINE HORSES Are out of place in an old or shab by vehicle. , , See what a little money will dc in tbb purchase of a new Buggy, Surry, Phaeton or Harness. We huvc the larcrest and best equipped carriage plant in Texas, and want your patronage. Write us for prices S s Houston, Texas., Him WbMe sirty bl1area at op era boose. TsJy, May IV ir VOC WANT TO sp to OVe, moke TaiupsBfila cicsrs. Oak lsvboT at PrrlreiM.