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HEflE GH THEE SPECIAL VALUES. JiKW AltniVALB of Hue ijoods are a common oc eurienca at our g'ocery. lufer lor loud product f mer cheap, no matter liow low priced. All our Unas tho true cheapness of prime qual ity. Staple and fuurji green, dry ami Would; domestic and luiMirtod, It's all the aaiuxi uur aiopt la ilia place to do lln lliluua for yourself. For your grin aflae go to Bod Snreada L.aaies full IO--I donbla lze. lieav crochet heuimeil, ..n.ii. ifA ckli'ta. well made, ironerou ready fur use; 05c is the price at other places, our specinl price 6k Full Bleached linen table dauiusU, 05 luches wide, beauti ful pat tome to select from; special price 2Dcayatd. Gents, Gut in one of our fine Mascot shirt, all stylea and color. width, deep hemmed, worth 50c our special price 26c. Ready-Made sheets, size 61x90 indies, full bleached, made of beht pepperell sheeting, worth 70c, our special price &GY. Ladies' kid gloves, all the leading shades, double clasp, all sizes, any for 75o a pair. I. GORDON. Ttkl'HONt 140 iKiiv4M' Pure Linert 4 .... aatiu dmnnak towel. fcU 20xd hallux. fiingoJ and corded bolder", hjhIh1 jiIo L'5c h jmir. Ladies' or Gents' pure silk baodkercLlef Deck tie", coiuea iu tho loading colors and patterns bells any plane in town at BOo, our npeolal prlcollSo. Bodies' percale Hhlrt waist; 75 grade, our ajwlal price 45a Our 60c silk front shirts are equal to any 75n hhirt on earth. Bovs' Special. Great 44c Sale On Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 24, 25, 26. IvTOTHINrHjF. BROTHERS. waahahlu know pauts, well madu, ICo pair. j Keep a Sharp Lookout for our circular. The price quoted therein will certainly open your eyes. Besides the eye openers quoted, we will Mil everything in our store at reduced prices daring these three days. If you have never attended our special saies you have missed a great deal, as we sen everyminR ex ceedingly cheap and live up to our advertl.ements in every respect. Come and sec us. Yours for Bargains, Flowers' Racket Store. H0iMMMMMMMMMMM g Millinery Bargains.... A special offerforthis week in Millinery for 3,75 Worth 7.50 Handsomely trimmed and ex tra stylish hats, worth auy body'a 7.fi0 Worth 10.00 CO elegant Hummer patterns all tho uewest fads and beau Utul to look i.t. formerly $10 for 6.00 THE mm, Tickets given on piauo contest. All parties who have bought of us ami faiLd to gel their coupons can got them now at our 6tore. THE 1'ALACE. UTTIjIS .LOCALS. Rend Hocbt'a now ud. Nathan hua another chunge of ud. today. Dcuhlll Lungburu went to New Or leans ttiln morning. J. S. Gordon & Co. ore umc4g the changes in this Issue. V V. Badger went to High Inland this morning to spend the duy. Tim veHtrv will meet at St. Marks' Episcopal church tonight at 8'clock. Marriage license was issued this morning to Dick Johnson and Mrs. El eanor Crockett. ,. Solinsky wus among tbfc excur sionists who went to New Orleans with the T. r. A. boys this morning. The Ueaumont buse ball team play mi a eamo of ball yesterday afternoon at the Blanchette park with the Kay See boys. The score was 21 to 1 In f,.v.r nf the Ueaumont boys. Two and three baggers were numerous William F. Diesbach arrived in the o.itv last evening from Dallas, where he has been attending the druggists convention. Mr. Diesbach will spend a few days here and leave for Galves ton where ho win sail on .une 4 i"r Kurnne V ia the North German Lloyd steamship line. In one lot of goods that was found in possession of one of the negroes who was arrested a few days ago lm connection with the recent robberies, was a sofa pillow, three pair of pillow slips, a pair of men's drawers (Serlv inos make), one undershirt, one night gown, a pink and blue stnpen sniri wltli cuffs to match (the shirt had a laundry mark, 1517, and the cuffs were marked B-10), a silk dress and a pair of men's shoes. 8V6 C, made by Volk Bros., Dallas, Tex. iixuLUim i- i . - i '- - - - WE ARE OFFERING... A REVELATION Is the way some poople regard the low prices now bolng made at the Beau mont Lumber company's store. Some hi bat'trains in M ATTIN.JS, RUGS ami WINDOW SIM DISS, and yni should nl fail t see them. rtEFRIGERATOPS... Of all sizes and at price that will pli-ime you. We have three car loads of PUKMTl'KK on tint rood. KEKPYOni KYI '.ON US- HARRIS & GORDON HHHItltlll i aiamn An Unexampled Reduction in Mill inery Prices has been made a! Indie's Bazaar This was made necessary because we bought more hats than was demanded and now we are going to close them out at prices that will tempt the ladies. A Urge line of fancy silk waists and skirts, laces and embroideries will also go at the same reduced prices. Remember we keep everything in the line of notions. THE LADIES BAZAAR, Nile Stogie's OldStard. J J V 1 SABINE SHIPPING NOTES. The BChooner Bell O'Noill sailed jesterday for Philadelphia, carrying 181.897 feet of rough pitch pine lum bor, valued at $4,462. Tho Italian bark, Maria c"ella Guar rtla arrived at quarantine May 16 from Tamplco, and Is chartered to the Or-Hiige-Wlngute Lumber company to carry a cargo of pitch plno lumber to IIiii'iiiim Aryes. The tauk steamer Atlas loft Phlla d.ilpbia May 12 for Tamplco, via Sab ine, with oil barge "81" in tow. This barge will bo dropped horo nd loaded with fuel oil, tho Atlas to return from T.'tmttlrn via Sabine, and carry the l.aiKti In tow to New York. Tim Imrkentlne Stephen (I. Halt ar rived at quarantine May 15, from Poliit-a-ritrp, Ouadaloupo. and was re leased m the ISth, berthing in slip No. 1. where tdie begins loading with lumber today for William M. Harris nf Providence. It. I., the Reliance Lumber compuny furulshiu enrgo. The bark Iris arrived iu quaran tine here ou tbe 14th, from Cape Town, Africa, ('unsigned to the Sablue Kxpott company. She will tHke a car rci of timber for V. K. or continent. Tbe Ills wan here about a year ago. Captain Carlson having his wife with him then, she making many friends while hero. She itt not accompanying hi in on this trip. The steamship TeWfora. which load pil at the Port Arthur dockv and sail ed for Ilremen. via Norfolk. lt Mon day. chitUm Ti.WKi bushels of wheat. f:..iXin: K.S57 bales of cotton. $443.361 : ranvati tarpaulins. Il.tHXl-total val- ne of cargo. StW..1!. The utramnhip UnKimbangh. after lo.i.lltin at the Port Arthur doks. nail ed last Thursday for london. via Norfolk, mith r 734 mi kg of Dour. ITfi feO: I 3oo bam-In of flot.r. $5,001; 0 !; plate line Bprlter. $.V.H2; 150 tiMcen Ullow. $1.M: riB.741 fe1 wal nut ltirotw and timber. $174 total 1ue of crgo. t29 Sabine Ne ANOTHKIt DARING Ul'RClLAKV. One of the most daring of the "so- ries" of burglaries which huve oc curred Iu Beaumont In the past two weeks was done at tho K. L. Wilson Hardware company Saturday night. The hurglnis carried away thirteen i Colt's revolvers, but for some reason j did not touch anything else. The j cash drawer wus not touched and nothing else was missing from the stock. Mr. John I.. Keith, the man ager says that the burglars were evi dently unacquainted with the stock, or they might have made a more val uable haul. Evidently the burglars hud studied the building well, as the manner by which they secured an en trance indicated that they were very familiar with the premises. 1 ney used a brace and bit, chisel and saw, and left their tools behind them. They used the brace and bit to bore holes enough to make a hole that would admit a man's hand. This was done in two places, and the distance was calculated to a nicety. One hole vas just between the cross and diago nal strip which braces the door, ana were nailed on the insjde. The holes were bored with sueh precision that it seems as if the work was done f.m ih inside! "both strips were missed and a triangular hole made so that it was only necessary to bore through one thickness of board. This hole enabled the burglar to unlatch the hasp. Back of the door was a Dolt, which was supposed to afford double protection. Another hole was cut out in a similar manner and with the same precision. The place select ed to enter the building was the easi est that could havo been chosen, as all the windows In the rear are pro tected by Btrong Iron bars. There Is also a big gate and a high fence In the roar, but It was an easy matter to climb over, and an easier matter to got out, as they unbarred the gate and loft It open. The only clue left was the tools used and they were probably stolen from some one. The saw Is a Dlston, has one of the han- Aa rivets mlsslne and Is marked "C" ou one sldo. The chisel has an Inch and a half blade and is an old fash ioned make. The bit was a half Inch. ORi R ft qU vyly 1 To be sold at a sacrifice at a 25 Discount. w Men's Boy's and Youths Suits..... Are all in stock and of the latest style. AT c all III o Lulyl auu ui nil. ihivi, oijtiv, FEINBERG'S. x.t it fjiHwull'H Druir Store. NOTICE TO COUPON HOLDERS. AH persona holding coupons for pic tures to be enlargod and delivered to them by tho Beaumont Lumber com puny will please call and Instruct us when tliov want them delivered, at our arrangements have been comple ted satisfactorily, so that all orders will now bo filled promptly. Beaumont Lumber Co. Per .1. 11. McMahon. fummer clothing is being sold at Peint-rg's at greatly reduced prices. .1KITUIKS K1TZSIMMON.S ITC.HT The bent hoe made; the J. & M. 55 oo a pair in all M)lc at the nanhattan. fly wvoring a new aubwnnr to th Pailr Ectfrrri yo 2i coupon? and tbe oftr utrritT caa rut of! maty more otrt of tbe rapf. by anburribing new To l caa afll reft to foot rarortt" caaia tbe Cbatauqua root!. At the Onera House Thursilay Even ing. Tbe rineogriiph will pieaent at the opera house Thursday evening a gen uine and true to life reproduction of the it real Jeffriea-Kltzslmmons right. as taken at the ringside at Coney Is land on June . 1 8ltK. showing every move and im iilent of that exciting eon t.'Ht. which ended so disastrously for Robert Kitzsimmonx. from the time the two fighters enter the ting until Kiw.sin.mons is carried away in an um-ons inn condition. In addition the cintHigraph will prwnt aliout thir ty other ouliit-cts. tak-n from inci dents of the day all over i'.ie world, amongst which might te mentioned .the arrlal of IVwey in New York harbor on boanl the Olympia. Rough Hider' harne. Knglirh cavalry en loute to the Trans a1. the treat Span ish bull fiiiht. and numeroii othT. hlxtoiical and IntrreMing. a well a amusing ones, many of hih will please the la.o and children Ad aiissinn. r i--nt and 5" ent. upon Cockrell's candidacy. They ask ed what would be thought of Cockrell as a candidate among the democrats o( the west. "The query, coming l."om such a source, rather startled tne wesiern ers. Tho Missourians, especially,1 found themselves in a delicate posi tion. Knowing the democratic organs of the west to be committed to Bryan, they hesitated to say just what they thought, for fear they would be charg ed with disloyalty to the Bryan ma chine and land outside the breast works. Therefore, they were exceed ingly cautious In their replies. They met the question of the New Yorkers with a counter interrogatory. "Why do you ask?" they said. "Tho New Yorkers wore not back ward about stating their purpose. The east, they frankly stated, could not stand for Bryan. They realized the hopelessness of any attempt to nomi nate a sound money man at Kansas City. But they bellove the democrats of the west ought to show them more consideration than to nominate Bryan. Of all the free silver statesmen of prominence they consider Cockrell the most conservative and the man from whom they would have less to dread j If he were in the White house. They believe that if the west will shelve Bry an, nominate Cockrell and merely re affirm the Chicago platform in general terms the eastern democracy can be Induced to rally around the Mlssourl u n. The news of the feeler put out by the New Yorkers as to Cockrell as a standard bearer for the democracy soon spread about the capital and ex cited considerable interest among re publicans as well as democrats. The general expression was that the over ture of the New Yorkers came too late to be of any effect. It Is believed the democracy is hopelessly committed to Bryan and defeat. "Senator Cockrell, it is hardly neces sary to state, had no intimation of the intention of the New York politicians to suggest bis acceptibility to them at a candidate. Nevertheless, the boom started for him in New York may have great political significance in the event that Bryan fails to secure the two-thirds ol the delegates necessary to nominate on the first ballot. If he siiould ti;t have a sufficient number to nominate on the first ballot, and the east voted for Cm krell. Missouri, at least, would be forced to break from Bryan, and that would end tne Nebra kan's chan "Whilf this result is not r'iarded as prohal.lr. silit ii i.ms at the capitol acre iinaiiimo is In tbe opinion that, in fiKinf.tinc their w illingness to a -ci'M ("oVrell a presidential candi date, the eastern democrats bad made 44 . T The Business Well Astonished. Other houses may say that it Is impossible to sell goods low dowu and prices sdvauciujj dally, but we bear in mind Large Sales and Small Profits, wl.ich builds us up and " lie show to our trade price ax loir An the manufacturer makes them now." Screen wire, per yard ISc Tooth picks. 3 boxes for 10c 25c fly trap for 15c 2 packages best bird seed 15c Ice cream dashers or dippers 25c The best cook stove, only. . ..85.50 9-qt size Irou Clad brand best granite tea kettles 75c Jelly glasses, ready for use, perdozcu 30c Brass pad locks, each 5c 10-qt size graulte milk buckets 25c Cream cheese moulds r-c Patent spring clothes plus, per dozen uc VVe have in stock again 25,000 paper napkins, faucy colored borders, per 100 only 10c 21-qt best granite dish pans. . 70c Imitation cut glass Ice tubs.. 25c Best kind of goldfish globes from 81 to 81.25 t You do uot need to send to Galveston or Houston for Mason's Fralt 5 Jars, when we have a carload to meet their prices. Space t is too small to give a complete list of prices Respectfully Yours, 1 The Beaumont Racket Store. 2 Corner of Caswell' Drug Store. 0OX)4K34K)4K54K)4K)4KOdO4KO if Texas-Goloraflo Gtiatoauo contest. I , mJ(w f ora vote ron f A ) IN I' J i Im. I (fCiT. I Ml X TEAOHER IN Uj V"' ' i ill . "V Side School. t'it'V'VU-'' th shrew let move possible to encom- the defeat of Bryan." liuy jour nanhattan. buy. Mri hats at the See them and you MR. OVKRKLL TOR I'RESIPEXT. i OI'KRKTTA TO BE REPEATER Afir Iwine ttrfTi?r o!eitI to re peat the (.perwta. 8" White. Mrs. Itca't has cmsfTi'ed to do o for tn benefit of the Beaumont band, and tbe the cotertunnicnt ill rii ct Toea- i . . . day r.ipbl- A rbearsk; mill no Idaie at 1be opTa b"us ftrorrow af teruTn at Tbe Pt. Globe-Iv nrnrrat prints fnllnaitic dispatch frcpfn t Washilig t correspond en t : -New York deroocrata hive itarted ri tor iires.dit. Today aereral tcfiu- iMre. fr-b wi'k at tbe MACNOUA entlal ml of tbe S York Mr- PA1HT. rbRJJtt 1 4. ratk-a aounded men.ter if tbe Via- i .r,1 ttb-r, of tbe rr ranie. -d a ri a-rttr-i. dWatior,. of otb-r e-t-- aate. jrf Ut,rr rate, at tb rmaiT THE VOTE. MIks Belle Austin ndds 97 votes to day aud Mi ub Pearl Brock 24. South End: Miss Belle Austlu 1322 Miss Winnie Camp 1178 North End: Miss Kato Uind 1B13 Miss Pearl Brock 1521 Miss Olga Wiess If'2 For eveiy new subscriber who pay In advance for one month will give 10 cents towards the erection of a cottage. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Arlington Realty company to James Karnie. lot ti. block 27. Arlington ad dition. $145. Hal O. Und et al to August Schram lot 6. block 10. Neehca River pnrk ad dition. $?:. August Schram to Hal O. Land et al.. lot . block in. Necbea River park addition. 825. F. V. and Lizzie Lucas to Elmo Vil lard. lot .HO, Mock 50. $!H0. H. V. Joachim! and wife to W. M. Crx k. strip of land three feet wide. David Hmwn league. 11.00. Will H Gray to Marvin Surlok. lot S block 1. leonard addition $73. Ion R. levy to Marvin Scurlork. lot 7. M.sk 31. Van Woime- addition. .V.a. R. M. White to J. M. Eastham. Iota 7. and . blok 1. Blanc hette addi tion. 14"". Mm. Clara E. Xcel to (Tiarlea Charl ton. 1" 1. Msk Chaison addition. I17. Mm tiara E. Ne-1 to T. T. Pollard b J. t.lok . Chaison addition. II 5. Neckwear pa lore in at the Manhattan. all aliarsM THE PIANO CONTEST. Vetboist (bnrb Colored K. of P a o. r. w Cbrir'ii: cbirdi Knirbta nf Prttiaa . Va-k.: .r.r.20 .4:64 . M . 412 . 2" . 17t Your Eyes are weak they rmrn iney buibii they ache they itch they blurrat night you have headache, dizziuess and In digestionand you need an expert iu tbe science of optics who can thoroughly diagnose vour case. . PROF. J. B. BAKER and associates, .ten a thnrmurh Ml lent i tic ocular exami nation FREE, and adjust spectacles to suit the case, uur lenses an: n. from the celebrated Scotch Pebbles. WE SELL ART 1KICIAL EYES. CHICAUO OPTICAL CO. 2i!fi Crockett St. Ueaumont, Texas GTT GO TNG -AT $3.75. those 812.00 suits at the Houston Bargain Store. A full stock of Hoys.' Children's ami Men's Shoes, nil kinds goinjr at cost. This is a bankrupt stock, and there are great bargains. Thev must le sold. Also Ladies' Skirts, Wrappers and I'ndcrwear at the same cost prices. A n. Horwltz, Prop. David S. Sprer, 31. D. Residence telephone No. 89; office Vclcplioue No. low. Ottice hours: l' a.m. to 12 noon. 2 p. m. to I p. m.; !. m. to 8 p. m. (Utice: OverW. B. Dnnlap'f. Resi dence, on Forsjth SL RHEl MATISM. GOUT. LUMBAGO I will dire any case of Rheumatism on earth or no pay, no matter of bow long atand.ng. I bare a cure that baa never failed It ts a certain, aaie per manent core. Addresa Frederick King .".2 Main street. ttarlea Sera B no. Beanmont a lead ing tailor, makea mom awell auita than all other merchant tailors In Beaumont put tortber. Poea be make your (lotber A trial will convior tbe Bi't kfpUL rn t buy your ahinglea natll yon tmr atofk and get price. Beaumont Lnmber company. ArrareTBTita bare ben mad to uar? tbe coupons v-oV-i ia tbe piano -oo't at Pleree'a inasie atom. bere tbey ill b ronnte. ! t