THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE
EAUMONT ENTERPRISE PUB.
fotai d at tba Poitofflc !n Beaumont
A Second CImi Matter.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
ling! Copy S nt
W.ekly Iue One Dollar Per Year.
PHONE, .. 9J
MONDAY, JUNE 23. 1902.
Oil City ;a having labor troubles.
Tho traction compuny of that city
wk the privilege of conducting its
own bsin-F. of doing Its own steer
ing, of holding the lllkr of IU own
raft. This rlRlit Is denied by tho
twelve separate and diBtlnct labor
unions of that city ac tins as a inor
r. Into this eonibino tho clerks'
tnlon of that placo has thrown its
li:!it. a boyeott of merchants who
favor free and unlimited ateeriug of' I
uo's own btiBineas Is on and the
ctorkB occupy the Illogical promise of
men fiKlitinfr' their employers and ac
cepting their money at one and the
jwnie time, of kissing their nieaslahs
of bread and butter and slipping in
to their Jeans the thirty pieces of
silver, which has precedent In the
case of a gentleman who afterward
hanged himself. Concerning the mat
ter that Gamaliel of learning, the
Oil City Derrick, has something to
say. Whether its philosophy lines
up with your theory or not the fact
that the Derrick is on the ground
anri'in position to size up the situ
ation entitles its opinion to some
consecration. Quinine is very bit
ter but it cures the broakbonc fever;
a Derrick capsule, of it is offered you
here. Concerning the matter iu Oil
City that paper says:
"The union clerks are more anxi
ous to promote the success of the la
bor union than they are to advance
the interests of their merchant em
ployers. This Is highly incompatible
With their calling. If they owe loy
alty to any one they should stand
. hy lhjjir merchant employers The
clerk3 areemployed as much for their
ability to attract trade' as to sell
Many of them enjoy the most con
fidentlal relations with their employ
ers: For them to cast themselves in
to the struggles of a few men who
ilng process worki. The temer
won. Their demands were compuea
wth. They gained a great victory.
Th memory of capital with a aa-
poon In It U long a a rattle-uaka
and about as well nu-a tor uiun
quality. The packers, who were de
feated, checkmated a second liar
i,,, nine Lv uhlng city railway lltus
for delivery service. The result of
this U that the victor In In th re
frigerator, I" cooling hi h.tls agaiimt
an ku box and trying to locate a
job. Much as It may bo denied Truth
ciuhhtd to earth freuuently stayi
there; its self-rising quality being
sadly over-rated; a better plan la
never to let go a Job until you have
another one roped down; never set
tho brakes on the bread wagon un
til your own wheat crop la fit for
iittlni:: never fight your bread and
butter with the hope of being able
to put atop It a spreading of Jam.
very often in the long run matters
adjust themselves and the sober sec
ond thought Is good stuff after the
Chic Federation has been turned
down. He Is a wise general who refus
es to go Into an engagement weight
ed with R handicap.
T. J. Rock Land. Co.
Why aro you waiting when such op
portunities can be had to makn money
ly Investing t.mnll capital. You need
3 lots southe-nly exposures on Jack
son ave. at J350 each, a whole block,
4 Cartwrlght addition. This will
make you an ideal homo.
A business block, No. 4, Hering addl
Ition, price on applicai.ton.
3 lots sopentc'y In the Netties Park
addition, 50x140 feet each. Price will
3 1-2 lots In same addition, 175 feet
front by 140 fe-t deep, all fenced, about
40 pear trees on the land. $1200 if ta
ken U once; act on reading this ad.
87 acres northwest from the hill on
the right of wav of the Sabine and East
Texas railway, all in one ody, part of
the land fron'ne on road at $175 par
acre, the cheapest land .his sice of the
i0 acres tankage proposition, west
form the P. G. road, cast from the pub
lic road, end 1-2 mile nor
old Strlbbling well, price on application
also 2 acre tract on the P. O.
C acres on Die P. G. road southeast
from Spindle Top ave., near river.
600 acres southwest from Spindle
Topv about 2. miles.
$1900 places you in the liquor busi
ness on time and you to own your
home, the only bar in town.
30 acres south from Hill, Carrorr sur
vey. $85 per acre.
This Property North of the City.
70 acres east of the Concord road
"ibly suited for town lots.
are SoTftg their worst to injure tne b tween Magnoiia, out of the A. Wit
prosperity of the city, damage tIie liamai ncar new refinery site, admira
merchants and inllict monetary iosh-
tiS. is well as interfere with the per-
uoni! liberties of every man who. XAat,r prontaae at Sabine Pass
tIK not happen to think as they do., c jo(g 1;nown as the Harris wharf
fs preposterous, unneerssary and un-jfl.OI1t
jurt to both themselves and their , aprps 300 fpet water fr&T,t, 1000
..mrlovnrs When they take sides i
LATE OIL NEW.
The latent information from Mr,
J, W. Sturm la to the effect that be
in noma better now than a few days
since when he was reported so ill.
The Curler Hammond Tumping
company U placing aa enormous
pumping plant on Spindle Top thai
will be capable of handling and ag
itating forty wells at one time. The
plant Is a powerful one and will be
equipped with all thf tubea, rods and
the like necessary.
.. .;. ..
Tho Consumers' Oil and Pipe Line
company will be ready to run their
big power plant this wek. They
am getting in a fifteen car loading
rack, completing a 37.500 barrel
tank and putting In a lengthy pipe
line from Uie field to the racks. They
will be In an enviable position with
this work completed.
W. B. Sturm Is placing a walk
ing beam pump In position for the
Caldwell Oil company. This is some
thing new in the field and 1s placed
there for cases of emergency. He Is
doing the samo work for the Tren
ton Hock Oil company.
J. W. Barrett, one of the officials
of the American Salt company of
Belle Isle, La.. Is iu Beaumont to
day looking after some drilling ma
terial for the salt works In Louisiana.
They Arrive and re Being Shown
Beaumont and Her Backstops.
The Land and Immigration Agents
of the Southern Pacific arrived this
afternoon at about 2 o'clock and
were immediately taken to the Oil
Exchange where they were given a
light lunch preparatory to going to
the. oil fields. From the oil fields
they will go to the irrigation pumps
of the Beaumont Irrigating company
at Pine Island and will be given a
glimpse of the makers of rice. These
are the big pumps.
mmm a a. a. v m. Aduuwww w- -w-w-v-v-v- -
20 gross of Open and Shut
Funs, in black only; value
5c, 10c and 15c each.
Special choice, lc each;
10 gross of Flat Japanese
Funs; new. dainty designs.
10c and 13c in the credit
stores. Here each
10c Batbte; 10c Dimities;
in choice designs on'.y. per
15c Batiste; 20c Corded
Satin Striped Dimities,
here only, per yard,
25c jL-tce Hose, new do
signs, full seamless, fast
black only, a pair,
Ladies' Bleached Vests,
taped neck and arms, only
6c; four for
The 10c kind in credit stores.
One-third off on Shirt
One-half off on Ready to
Wear Dress Hats.
One-third off on Children's
Madras and Gingham
One-half off on Infant's
NOTUUE of Stockholders' Meeting
of the Lumberman's Oil company.
By authority vested in me as presi
dent of the Lumberman's Oil compa
ny I hereby call an annual meeting
of tho stockholders of said company
to be held in the city of Beaumont
at the office of P. A. Dowlen over
First National Bank on Saturday,
July 5, 1902. at 10 o'clock a. m. for
the purpose of electing a board of
directors and considering the mat
ter of reducing the capital lociK"of
said company and for the transac
tion of such other business jas may
pertain to and concern the 'interest
of the company. F. L. Carroll,
Attest: S. W. Pipkin, Sec.
Gushers a specialty see without
fail Jno. J. Wescott Realty Co., Crosby
w't those who would wilfully ruin
the Visiness of every merchant in the
city 'hey are guilty of disloyalty and
insr-itiliide of the grossest nature.
WIi-'-i a trades union demands of
men and women Hint they should
gVty the traitor to an employer and
io V! in their power to prevent the
trad" from coming his way it. i
Ht: lime they begun to think for
thei::-iv s and shatter every tie
!):. binds them to an organizat on
ct h a characti r. It should be a
iti i l.ief pride l promote
teef deep to railroad, prices on appica
A r.u 12 acre tract tankasc proposi
tion and also a 28 12 acre tract, with
22". acres in Henderson county near
town of Buffalo and runs a long dis
tance en Trinity river, well suitH
rice. t:t fl.&O per acre, good until vhe
i;o. do tii.1 put this off until tomorrow.
Wc on y handie lands on commission,
send your list and price them.
The T. J. Rock Land Co.
Boom 20, Starke building.
H:-r Interests of his employer. I'pou
kit. iMlity depends much of his cm-
idovr's success 1111. 1 In- should be the Mashed to a Pulp,
lii-' ci Join iu any conspiracy that; ,(, was a most horrible
(t'li.Mtens the hiisin -sK wnli which lK'jlil, (.urre.! iwtonlay rvMinK late,
w nn-cted." Il( ,,ai,,.no,i at the lumber yards of
(Turner & Nal. is on the coi ner of Fan-
J-.-rprnlne the coal strike which nin n.l HaihfoM streets and was in
M -n-v assuming a p.n.tion fright-. tho preseiu . of fecial witnsses but
full near the hunger line, the f m-Irnuitl not e helped A wagon was
IMi nf the writer of t!ii! g"- outstanding fading lumber and rvry
v ' man with the pick, and at thevthing was going on !n a nisu as usual,
te.iii- time pity for th unwisdom. n,l a pie e of ilear all heart 212 loll
the ''! of him in no ne up aeainst upon a cnake and K.f d him. It would
a W:i5 gamo w ith V eyes open, not have lia.x n 1 if the rush and not
TV. 'rdividnal op n n cprincs nlj- ,ft n m j.-t at U g t lumber from that
fm" 'ho fact that the coal ni'-n n-.plxc Niaiup th tr-at their nsto
fc.' treat with tho Civic F der- ni rr w nu l.
t'x'. ill not from iy know!.-dj:e trf.
Cl" j-zunif of t i
C. M. Burnett sells hats fcr horses.
The coolest place in the city will
be the Kyle opera house on the night
of June 2G.
t A . f I
L. J. KOt'KK. M. S. DUFFIE.
Ciril KiitjiHeer. Attorney at l.axn.
L. J. KOPKE,
Real Estate Investments,
Oil, rice and timber land?, improved and
unimproved city property, and other real
estate bought, sold and exchanged. All
business iutrustsd to us will receive
S. Blanchette Building,
l0. Hox KM.
You Ret the Benefit
min-t who' Hair Cut. 2S cent. 526 Orlan street
Ol 2$ years' experience in the
gun business. We have none but
That Needs Fixing.
lour facilities for grinding edge
I tools, gumming and filing all
'kinds of saws are the best.
. . NICHOLS . .
No. 349 Foraythe, near Pearl.
New Phone 974.
fev he,r !aini!i ln'tclv on the
I.;. ain -e1 ros- o' li-in: a la-!.'-
ia tith the r'tht to -at anl
t-t v. f moTur at tii" fane tim an-i
it 1.. .- i bnied h"ii t'.e Civir Fed-;
rw i wn'1 fin1 ;i v't la hoi i
j V ANTKI An fptKT'.unitjr to price
i vo't -ir Furniture.
I rrt"M"NT FVUNITl'RK CO.
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Guslier for Sale.
.otirr in t.tock :t for sale; rca9naM
l-rirj. if o;1 fi'rk. Ad.ire
nathan sells it roR less. ' Box 752, rcaumont, Texas.
! T'1 wa-j . .t. Tuiwar Cru-".. ?P1 rarl SL
m p-op' (.r ?j T-t 'f .fd S"1'i" lai
'1 nr wrk C)r '.iird-Ar
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w,. a-ra Tr " ' bar-! f-i tt. t.!-
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Miss Estclle Avriett,
Xi,.. 1 , i-l St i : to is the Sute
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t,- i.i.-;rc- ki1 lli.rarm t
O. B. GREEVES, Proprietor.
ALL SIZES, UP TO 12 INCH-
IOL WEIL1L S5JPP1LIIB
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
We'ueMmported Steel iu Bitts, Shoes, etc., same as won success in
1 " ' llussian Field.
SASH WEIGHTS ty2 CTS.
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CKUtll . TIW
Lanier & Martin,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law
Do a funeral Practice i tkf 8im
an4 Cat S'jih Con.
Once. 5W4CrwW trr.
There is only one place for
GREER & ROSE
Ihlrl irt. Kiti Balie:
Pearl St. Beaumont, Texas.
UCI COatlH33IO!1 MRCHA.aV
Pari! t -JS OrlM.
WILSON BROS. CO.
Wholesale and Retailers of all Feed Stuffs,
MAIN AND FANNIN.
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