J Only rs
When Greek Meets Greek
Trouble begins, but when a man
meets a shirt, collar or cuff donj up
at the Beaumont Steam Laundry he
knows thai all of his troubles In find
ing the right spot to have his linen
done up have ceased, for you can't
match the work done here In this
town. Laundry work is our business,
and we make It our business to do
work uch as no other laundry can
compete with. .
i Steam Lau,ndry.
1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
! Iress You
With stylish hats j icUets, furs, waists, skirts,
kuit anl muslin underwear, gloves, hosiery,
neckwear, dressing sacqnes, belts, corsets
and novelties of the season. We also repre
sent the best house in the country making
Ladies Tailor Made Suits. Fit guaranteed
and a large assortment of cloths and styles
to select from. Come and see us.
i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 !
? VfVrr P
General Insurance Agent.
, i Phone No;.
Will Mill 10 PER DAY
Has Enough Rough Rice Now on
Hand to Last Until
After many days of
and numerous delays
causes, tne ruuZKice
xny opened the throttle of their power
, fuT Tn
gine this morning at 11 o'clock
and the net work of pulleys, elevators
and belting over the five stories of
mill room glided off on their day and i The Fren Restaurant is now bet
might run for many months to come. ter than ever Prepared to fill the
The two large ware houses. 180x208 wants of the PePle when looking Tor
and 501208. are filled to the ceiling a ni,e p,ace to eat- Mr- I'arrv Har"
with rice and about fifty cars scatter-! rlson' ownf"r and ProPr'etor of the
ed around In the different railroad1 rpstaurant- gives every little detail in
yards. A sufficient quantity is now on conne tlon with the management his
hands to keep the mill running night
and day until June. 1901. and a great
deal of rice yet to be put on the mar
To one not familiar with the mill
ing of rice tno mysterious elevators
and chutes that the cereal passes
through before finally reaching the
automatic scales that dump out ex
actly 100 pounds no more; no less
of the polished article Into bags, tech-
nically known as pockets.
The rice Is dumped into a large hop-'
per and from there it is automatical- i
ly carried by means of elevators i
through four distinct processes and
sacked without further attention than
oiling the machinery.
The polishing macninery is the pri
vate patent of Mr. A. F. Hinz. the In
ventor, and owned exclusively by tne
mill nd Is said to have many advan
tages ov"T-t e'old processes.
-The Hinz Rice Milling compnyhave
capital stock of $300,000. Mr. A. F.
- being the principal stockholder
-oncern. The compny s affairs
are ably managed by
who Is well versed
handling nee ana
Louisville K g
nEHPtirs. TESH. $
CLARENCE J. Or?
Doea general electrical repaid
4 wirlnj of buildings lor
rHelffta Woman's Heart v
are praises "of her cooking. When th
wise housekeeper desires to get up t.
delicious, appetizing, encomium win
ning breakfast, she picks out her fa
vorite cereal breakfast foods, prepares
them carefully and basks in the sun
shine of pleasure glowing in the afces
or ner ramiiy and friends. All the
popular standard brands (which
means the best brands). Oat meal,
breakfast food, grapes, nuts, etc., al
inn i in i ii ii mini ii in
Fire, River, Marine,
Rev. J. W. Bleker will preach at St
Mark's Episcopal church tomorrow
at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
Morning subject, "The Philosophy
Night. "Belshazzar's Feast."
Text. ' Weighed in the Balance anrt
Art Found Wanting."
Holy communion at 7.30 a. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Mr. Fred Britton has been advised
by the Congress Construction compa
ny that they have been awarded the
contract for a federal building in Port
la:7 Ore., to cost $G00.000. (The in
terior finish will cost $118,000. which
demonstrates the government's confi
dence in that company.
Have Larry Harrison to fix you up
a fancy basket of nuts.
wn P"18011511 attention; his past rec
ord speaks for itself. Theatre parties
will receive special attention. A
string band has been engaged and
will 1m In attendance after each the
atre. itev. . t . Abner. financial airent of ;
the industrial department of Guada-!
luje College, colored, located at Se-
guln' Gua(,a,l'P county. Tex., is in
the citv soliciting aid among the
friemls of education. Rev. Abner
states tnat much encouragement has
been Kiven hin by both white and
. colored, and thanks them for twin
liberality. He will deliver lectures toi
his people on subjects pertaining to
Mr. James O'Hara and Miss Mar
gurite E. Wallace were married at
Henderson Texas. Thursday afternoon
at 3 p. m.
Mr. O Hara is a trusted emlnove of
the Wl,1ani Cameron Lumber compa-
ny an" for several months made
uaun'nt his home, prior to moving
to Nona- where his headquarters were
(transferred recently. He has many
rr:eml! here, who wish the young
co,,PIe unbounded pleasure and a suc-
cestui voyage through life. !
Miss Watson is one of Henderson s
vost popular young ladies and stood
Xin social circles.
sappy couple spent two days
t and are in the city to-'
v to Nona. Tex., their
tie. all togeth-
or room 1,
I 1 T0 &n (f fe&fi S I" "
ft H Bin iitf "rae-n - 2 t &
2 IIH Fr BI i I IBB IBb i -ri w . Z T X
t 8 SSil E R yiUSU U l-lc uoaumuiu Kf
i If iiflillilOfii e b s d ,ore' I f 1 I
. " - - " jria- SIS hn-M l?U :i
I " Its i s
and in addition to carrying a big stock, it has the big
gest bargains that are to be found in Beaumont. The
big Clearance Sale is now on and the prices are such
that no housewife can afford to ignore them. You can
come nearer bnying yourself rich in our store than in
any other place in Texas.
At a meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday afternoon at 5
o'clock the following delegates were
selected to attend the Industrial con
vention which convenes in New Or
leans. December 4 to 0:
Gustave A ..Tahn of the Atlantic
Rice Milling company; II. Hinz of the
Hinz Rice Milling company; W. S.
Davidson, president of the First Na
tional bank; J. E. Keith of the J. F.
Keith Lumber company; T. W. Shep
herd, secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce; T. II. Langham, county
tax collector; V. R. Blain, city attor
ney; V. F. Treadaway, atorney-at-
law, and Captain E. I. KelKe of Jas
per: W. B. Dunlap, druggist; George
C. Greer, attorney; C. L. Nash and C.
T. Heisig, real estate dealers; Hal Al
dridge and Mr. Long. j
In the selection of delegates the
Chamber of Commerce were careful to
appoint only those that would attend
and it is confidently expected that
Beaumont and Jefferson county will
be well represented. Mayor Wheat
has also appointed a list as publish
ed in The Daily Enterprise a few days
ago. and possibly county Judge Goo. C
O'Brien will appoint a few more from
different parts of the county. There
is yet good material in Beaumont and
some representative men should be
selected from Port Arthur. Sabine
Pass and other precincts, as we are all
alike interested in the development of
The diversification of industries in
Jefferson county and the importance !
of taking advantage of every oppor
tunity at this btage of their develop
ment makes it important that we con
sider the Industrial convention as
much our own as if it convened in
NOTICE TO U. C. V.'S.
All members or A. S. Johnston
camp No. 75 are requested to attend
the funeral of our late comrade. Cap
tain J. J. Wheat, tomorrow (Sunday)
morning at 10 o'clock.
W. K. Rogers.
X TH8 Rsiiobie One-Price Dry -oods Hoo?e
it !! llnvil'i Jl
sr ()vtt';.;it tt;;
Vt hnxt :i hit ?
Our SI nt;ivs hi'os.
Ciothin lUs j!siiivr
Iv s :ool as tuaii: J.
order by a la iter.
.x wvaYkK- i; p-y tf
buy h r
Tw KrliabV Om
Ii v (iiuitls ij.ue.
eaumont Lumber Co s. I
We have on hand 200 styl
ishly trimmed Hats that are
worth from $5 to $25i The
entire lot will be sold at sac
rifice prices, and you will find
by calling that you will get
them at about
We have just received a full
line of Collorettes, Plush
Capes, Cloth Capes and
Jackets. The price and qual
ity of these goods make them
very attractive. We have ar
elegant line of Rainy Day
Skirts and an especially at
tractive lot of Broadcloth and
Venitian C'oth Skir s in all
the most fashionable shades.
Elegant Holiday Goods. We
have an elegant line of Jap
anese and other Imoorted
Holiday Goods. Now is a
good time to select
John Walthall went to Sabine l'ass
L. F. Chester
returned from Wood-
vi'Io last night.
V .AlcDanieli of Port Arthu
tin city today.
Ii. H. Uecls came up from Port Ar
thur this morning.
Hen Simmons came up from Port
Arthur this morning.
Shvriff Ras Landry went to Sabine
Pass this morning after two prisoners.
S .Y. Scott of the Hurd-Scott Real
ty company returned last night from
Commercial Agent Mow of the Kan
sas City Southern will return tonicht
fiom Kansas City.
C. W. iiawley of the Louisville Ci
der and Vinegar company, went to
iion.sion this morning after spending
the week in this territory.
M. I), liiird of the Hurd-Scott Real
ty company returned last night ifter
a short trip to Louisiana to look af
ter sonic canal holdings they have in
IMPERIAL CORDOVA ARRIVALS.
Mis. J. A. Swan, Peperston; F. C.
Mi-Reynolds. Sabine Pass; H. E. Pie
ces. St. Lou-s; John B. Craven. T'hil-
;m nma; John s. Tankin, Sabine; F.
L. ISrunning. Belvedere; Henry C.
Hotton. John Barnette. Sidells. 111.;
Will S. Reese. Paris. 111.; T. H. Stone
Ittllidnn. A s T
'-"! "'un si n i, j-ciisoiis,
. J. Sanders, Laurel; E. G
Hart. Jasper; B. H. Caldwell. Chica
go; O. M. Stone. Sabine; R. T. Burge,
city; Raymond A. White. Philadelphia
FranUrn. Fein. New York; Edgar H.
Farrer. New Orleans; Frank M. Da
vis. New Orleans; Elmer C. Cline.
Houston; D. W. Shanks. St. Louis; II.
I), (iohnon, Louisville; E. H. Stanton.
KnoxvIIle; John P. Alvrens. Cincin
nati; a. .1. Brown, Dallas: I.
Mm Mr ltt
the Sunderland Pastoral Colony, deposit a small amount of their earn
2i!0 five acres lots, at $25 ner lot inSS in some savings bank until it
$" per acre; 20 miles from Beaumont
11 from Orange, on the Pee Gee
railroad; object, neighbors and com-
pany: business, poultry, truck and!
stock raising; land high and dry; wa-1
ler ffnnil t ; r 1 .a . - , I
r, . , jitrnect; get bore
"anger line. For narticnlnr nd.
dress liox 92, Port Arthur.
Ice Wool Shawls, cream and color
ed; also the ice wool for washing
them, at Flowers' Department Store.
MRS. KLINE, Propetor.
THE VALUE OF SAVING.
"The eastern farmers and laborers
snare oi laying asiue tne small am
ounts from each month's salary to in
vest in these securities in comparison
with our eastern brethren.
vvnne sitting around the mayors
e'ebk d.scussing the bond subject uud
speculating on their final disposition,
Air. Bonel representing N. W. Harris
& Co., bankers of Chicago, who
bought the bonds, said:
"We simply act in the capacity of
wholesalers in purchasing bonds, re
tailing them out here and there to
parties who have a little money to
lay aside and prefer that class of in
vestments. Startling as the statement
uiaj seciu io you, uie majority or me
bonus over the country are held by
comparative poor people. This issue
that we are bidding on will probably
be dribbled out in thirty or forty lots
to different parties who have only a
small amount to invest but are wil
ling to pay a good premium for a safe
or tour times the principal. The only
plausible excuse that can be assigned
to this is that you have not contract
ed the habit of saving. It is not be
cause they have more, for you have
a greater producing country than any
eastern states, but as I have
"You people produce more than
they in the east, but still they buy
your bonds aud you annually remit
u,ah in .uu5 pel lull!,
e the present one. amounts to thrt
by compounding up at the end of
each period, whatever it might be, it
soon grows to be a snug little sum.
Almost every mechanic will deposit
a portion of his weekly wages, if not
more than a dollar, in some savings
bank, and it soon grows,
usually lay aside a small amount each
week until it increases sufficiently to
buy a bond. The ha lilt, nf fin vi n cr
seems to be born in them and they
'have the advantage of a savings bank
to take care, of their earnings. These
: banks pay an interest on deposits and
. said before, they make it a point to
grows large enough to buy one of
'our bonds and then you contribute
Xow that Beaumont has a savings
,,ank "r People should heed the
Get our prices on job printing.
Get our prices on job printing.
Get our prices on job printing.
Get our prices on job printing.
Get our prices on job printing.
H B M
i 1 ' 1
Try Them and You
Will Like Them.
THE RICE MARKET.
New Orleans, Nov. 23.
Receipts of rough rice.... 5,201 sacks
Sales today 3,301
Quotations. Hond S1.50&4.00
Domestic Japan $1.50Q3.C0
Actual sales, Hond $2.O04.OO
Domestic Japan Q
Tone of market, firm, good demand.
Head 4 1-406
Screenings 2 l-43 1-8
No. 2 (re-
Bran $!).50(!l 10.50
Market active and strong.
Sles clean 4143 pockets No 1
Actual sales 2 1-4&5 5-8
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Quotations, Hond $2.003.S5
Domestic Japan J2.003.60
Act.nnl K.tloe lTr1 o pa
t . v. ............ qo.ov .
Domestic Japan $3.00
Tone of market, good demand, act
ive and firm.
BEAUMONT WHOLESALE MAR
KET. T. S. Reed, wholesale grocer, receiv
ed this morning a full car of navy,
black eye and Lima beans.
COFFEE Rio fair lOViQlO'c;
prime llllc; choice llllc;
Peaberry 15c; Cordova 13c. Roasted
coffees: Arbuckle's Ariosa, basis 100-
1b cases, 13.50c delivered; Lion, 12.
CRACKERS A B C soda. bulk.
boxes 6c, 1-lb carton 6c; ginger
snaps 8c; creams 8c; stage planks tic;
cakes and jumbles 11c.
FLOUR Basis 48-lb sacks: fancy
high patent 3.80; fancy half patent
$3.50; third grade $3.30; 2 lb sacks
10c per bbl higher; flour In wood
15c per bbl higher.
GRITS 100-lb sacks $1.50.
OATS Scotch or Friend, $2.C0; Co
CONDENSED MILK Eagle $7.00(0
7.25; Magnolia $4.5004.75; Dime
$3.003.90; Pet Cream $4.00.
OYSTERS 1-lb full weight, mi
$1.00; 2-lb full weight, 10-oz, $1.75
l.so; l-n light weight 55U0c; 2-lb
light weight 8590c
PICKLES 5 gallon kegs $1.C5 10
gallon kegs $3.00; one half bbls $1.00;
pints, American style, 8590c; ots
American style, $1.35; one half gallon
$2.252.50; 1 gallon, American style,
RICE-Extra fancy head C(fI6'Xc:
choice 55c; fair, 4514'6c; screen
ings 2 3-4 3c.
ROPE Sisal basis, 8 l-4f8 1-2.
oALT Louisiana coarse 85c: fine
90c; bbls, 28-10c $2.50; G0-5s $2.70;
SALT FISH Mackerel. No. 1 in
10-lb kits 95c$1.00;; half bbls, 70-lb
No. 1 $5.50; tubs $5.0005.50.
SALMON Fancy Oregon Red $1.40;
Columbia River $1.75; Web Foot Co
lumbia River $1.251.30; Pink Alas
SARDINES Am. qr. $4,5014.75;
mustard $3.90; Imported Gillette gr.
quarters $11.50; fancy sprats, quart
STARCH Standard good; Pearl,
in 40-lb boxes, 44'ic; Royal Gloss,
bulk 44i4c; Nickel 100 packages,
per box $2.75; corn starch 5c per lb,
20 40-lb bo: s.
SUGAR Quotations for small lots.
Special prices are given on carload
orders Standard granulated, 5 3-4 to 6
cubes and powdered 6c; Louisiana
yellow clarified, 5 to 5 1-2.
BEANS Imported navy beans 334c
California 4c; Lima 6 l-2f6 3-1;
black eyes 44 l-2c.
BUTTER Red Cross creamery 21c.
CHEESE Wisconsin full cream
PEPPER Chile 1415c per lb;
black Singapore lVzte.
POTATOES California 75 80c per
bushel; Minnesota 7075c.
DRIED FRUITS AND NUTS.
APRICOTS Per lb. loose 10llc.
APPLES Fancy evaporated, 60-Ib
boxes Cc; 1-lb cartons choice
ccjr for moiuiiia fcear. Tiny Wouie tu all Hie iicwonI
tints of light blue, pink, ox blood, tdlvcr nry ami launder. All ulcilv
trimmed. Dou't pay otlu r More fain y rlcc wocu jou cn luy thciu
here for no little money. Thene uaiini iit ar perfect titling. I'llce
are loc, 91.25 and 1.4.1. One lot Infanta i'ldci dowu mrk nicely uirtdo
aud tr.mmcd, come In tiuts a above, rot many tu thia lot. Your choice
cf auv Mc at
Child's bath tubs '.too
I'atent steam egg poachers, made
to try b esgs at one tune wc
Large wire waste paper lmskets. ,50o
A $3.50 Heating stove $173
Yellow cake bows, 4 qt size 15c
Yellow cake bowls, V cjt size roc
Yellow cake bowls, 8 it size 25c
Yellow cake bowls, 10 qt size . . . . ll.c
Yellow cake bowls, 12 qt nlze. . . .5(o
No. 7 cook stoves, worth $U,. . .$5.75
Dessert sauces, per doz 25t
Ol'R COLONOIAL HltOWN MOT
. TLED GRANITE WAKE.
Oood and heavy as the blue and
white ware, but our prices tor this
week are cheap as the common gruy
w a, ( ()
b . . ....
After AH is Said
The fact remains that wo aro
headquartors for bargains in
Furnitui o. Don't take our word
for it--come, soo for yourself.
PEACHES Choice new stock 8iir.
RAISINS California. 3-crown, L.
L. boxes $2.25; 5,i-uox 1 U raisins,
C575c; 2-crown I M. ruisins, L0 lb
boxes 7Vic; 3-rowu 1 M. raisins, 50
Ib boxes. 8c.
PRUNES-Talirornia. 50 00s 7',ic;
C0-70s 7c; 70-80s Cc; 80 9s S'.c; 90
CANNED FRUITS-Plne apples 2
1b, eyeless and cortless $1.855i2.00; 2
lb extra grated $2.005j2.25; 2-lb etund
ard, sliced $1.50; pears, 2 lb standard,
90c; peaches, 2-lb standard $1.10; 3 lb
standard $1.551.00; 2-lb pie fl.OU'.j)
CANNED VEGETABLES Toma
toes. 3-Ib full weight 90c; 2 lb full
weight 70c; okra and tomatoes, 2 lb 9c
Lima bi-uns, 2-lb, full wilght 75c;
string beans, 2-lb. full weight 75c; red
kidney beans, 2-lb, full weight 85c fif
90c; marrow fat peas, 2-lb full weight
I $1. lord 1.25; early June pens, fancy,
2-lb, full weight $1.50; American petit
pois peas, fancy, 2-lt, full weight $1.05
1.75; corn clipper 85Ji9Uc; Kansas
coi n S5c; derby 750 80c.
GRAIN AND HAY.
Carload lots, f. o. b. cars from mill
ers; dialers charge from btoio fuloc
more per 100 lbs on bran, 2'":!c pi-r
bushel on oats and corn and 0filc
per 100 lbs on bay.
BRAN Per Mo lbs !uK!i2 l-,
CORN No. 2 kicked 5o 1-21 M.
CORN CHOI'S-.Mixed un.l pun
DATS Choice Bright Texas
14c; clipped oats 34Q3Cc.
HAY Alfalfa $13.00(013.50 per ton;
timothy $15.50? 16.50; South Texas
prarie hay $9.50; North Texas and
Territory $12.50; Forney $:i.
MEATS AND LARD.
BACON Extra short clear, In hacks
9 5-8ff9 7-Sc; regulars 9 7 S 10 1 Se
box l-4c higher; Ik llii-s 10 7-S',11
LARD Refined tierce, compound,
OfGc; 5ot1 cans high, r tli.ni
tierces; 10-lb tans aic higher; 5 lb
cans Tic higher; 3-lb cans, 1c higher.
Leaf lard tierce 8 l-L'fK Z 4c.
HAMS Standard lu'iiu'i.
nic hams "ViST'.ic
WIRE AND NAILS.
WIRE Galvanized Glidden
NAILS 3.00 base. Advances
common over base; 2d. 70c; 3d,
4d and 5d, 30c; Cd, 20c; 8d, 10i
lCd, 5c. Quotations are for
than car lots.
LIM E Coopered, $1,0011.25
Ask Vour Dealer f
For Them. 7
T. S. REED, f
Fry pans of mime moiled wine,,
10 Qt dihh pans, worth T.'.e
T!1 Lfftl.iia Uiti'lli tfl
French dripper coffee pols, worlu
I IT, U VII,,,,
French dripper con potH, No
Fmu Ii dripper corice Hits, No,
We keep a tun ime ot mottled ware
and we give ou flie henelit tins week
only (iu every art led of suiiim nt cost
price, ns we have purchased a bank
rupt stock to Kiive you I rmu 40 to till
Beaumont Racket Store. -
v v - ( .v, .,.
Harris & Gordon. ;
W'.U- -. wt v v ( 4
AMMrMTiON-IWder, per keg.
$1 .25li 4 5o; blast in, jiuwder $185 per
keg; drop thiit. per Hack fl.75; buck
S . .6 j.
(i rot cry
Vtilll' I'll! I'oimye UKidiclled
toitd I I iiiiil I li'iveed.
J. Hannen. Prop. J)
I il ili'l
I . mil l ,i v , .i ml
I mi'. i si i ii i ....
Bcois ondsnoes Made io order.
Call on ii. SHWIHO
l .'l . IV.ii I ,iinl 1 1,. u ii si. in v i ,. i.ii, Ii M h I,, i
Water I'niuf l!i tuls flu oil
SI"M'( 4 Ml up
All wink guaranteed.
MILLER & TUBGLE
K.-tiiiiiitH furnished ou u II linda of
Eleitriiul Giioda- MoliiiK, DyiiuinoM,
Battel ieH, Teh Jiliolut llllj Tt li'tllipll
Olist rile! Kill.
.M IN STOCK...
A II grille i. , Kill,. dried
V il -ill n . I ii I . I i ti.
BEAUMOMT LUMBER CO
I ASIIIONAIU i;
MIS- HOW I KS
A' Hi.- I .... 1 . . - - - I!., .,
C. L. NASH,
;Uiie room l Hurka bulldlug.
Choice rice lumU for asln.
Cc:?etpoi,d ucf solicited.
t-J O. LONG
Koom II. KyU li'dV llcuumout. Tel.
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