lOUR ftSEW STOCK
Is replete with warm weath
er novdlios, tVlotiintr ahirt
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Leon R. Levy's
THE STATES OP TEXAS:
Have You Seen George ?
ASK HIxM ABOUT
PROPERTY IN THE
SOUTH END QUICK
Office, Board of Trade
and Old Opera House.
NKW AND OLD 'PHONE 503.
P. O. BOX C.U
I don't but,
wish X had
1 I buy of O. B.
S nook & i;o. I t U. LSU.V imi l unu J
Of I t I I lSt4-l
On Wagons & Harness,
On Mill Supplies,
On Stoves and Ranges,
On Pocket and Table
On Farm Implements,
1 E, L Wilson Hardware Co, 1
THE CHOICEST STRAW
together with all the earliest
fruits of the seasonl may be seen
now at our store. Every variety
and finest quality, foreign and
domestic supplies received daily.
Everything iresn, seieci -ana iuu
be t the market affords to be
found here at the very lowest
prices. Products of the South
and the tropics a specialty. Orders
carefully and promptly filled. If
it's Biain's it's best
j 1Rtrb SLumber Co. j
. ...... a tin minim PP 4-
LUIYlDtti AiMU amrcutxo.
To the fcherlff or any constable of
Jefferson county, greeting: You aw
j J hereby commanded to summon John
T. Gaffey and William M. Thornton Dy
makins publication of thla citation
onto lit ea h week for four auccesalve
weks previous to the return day here
of, iu Home newspaper pub'.shed In
your county, If there be a newapapor
n..uiiehi thorotn hut If not. then In
; any newspaper published In th 68 Ju
dicial dlKtrlit: but If there be no newa
papor published In said Judicial uis-
trlct then In a newspaper puousnea in
the nearest district to the Bald 68 Ju
dicial district, to appear at the next
rcKular term of the District court 01
Jefferson county, to be holden at the
court house thereof, In Beaumont, pn
the 3rd Monday In September, A. D.,
1902 .the samo being the 15th aay on
Sent. A. D.. 1902. then and there to an
Bwer a petlton ft:cd In said court on the
iflth dav of November. A. D. 1901, In
a suit numbered on the docket of satd
court No. 3081. wherein J. P. Smith
& Co. are plaintiffs and John T. Gaffey,
ot nl. are defendants; said petition ai
legns that plaintiff drilled a certain
well for ot at the Instance or ino de
fendants on a certain 200 acre tract of
land In Jefferson county, Texas, the
same conveyed by Matthew Cartwrlght
and Almazoh Houston on November,
14, 1842, recorded In book E, page 31.
record of deeds ot Jefferson county,
Texas, beginning at the N. V. corner
of the Jus. Rowe H. R. survey, thence
part on lino between said Rowe and
Bullock far enough that by running a
Una at rlerht angles to the division line
of said (league to make 200 acres, said
tract known as the Henry Lewis -wu
acre tract and owned at the time the
defendants made the contracts to drill
the said well by the defendant C. L.
Hanson and since the said contract
was mnde beetween plaintiff and de
fendants, the defendant Almaden Oil
Co. has acquired some sort of Interest
in said Hand, and at the time of makng
of said contract the defendant Wm. M.
Thornton and John T. Gaffey were
claiming some kind of interest in said
land, the Interests both of the Almaden
Oil Co. and the said Thornton ana
Gaffey not being sufficiently known
to plaintiffs to enable them to allege
same. Said contract is dated dutn aay
of April, 1901 and a copy of same is
attached to plaintiff's petition herein
marked exhibit A. That said contract
Ha signed by plaintiffs and by John T.
Gaffey and Wm. M. Thortnton, acting
for themselves and the other defend
ants herein. That by said contraict
defendants became bound to pay plain
. . .. ? flAit
tirr six ao.iars per ioui mr mo -1200
feet of said well, and seven dollars
per foot for 200 feet further, if defend
ants desired that well go that much
further; and that plaintiff did drill the
said well 1200 feet and at the instance
ot said defendants 200 feet further at
said rates per foot, whereby defendants
became indebted to plaintiffs in tne
sum of $8600. That during the progress
of the drilling, plaintiffs were paid
by defendants under the terms of the
contract $5300 Heaving the balance now
sued upon, of $3300 which became due
and payable on the 5th day of July
1901. and that defendants have failed
and refused to pay the same, i lain
tiffa have filed said contract and ac
count in connection therewith under
article 3294 of the Revised Statutes of
the State of Texas, and claim an Im
provement ilien on said 200 acres of
land for above amount of $3300. and
ask Judgment for said amount and for
foreclosure of said lien.
Herein fail not, but have before said
Court, at its aforesaid next regu
lar term, this writ. With your return
thereon, showing how you have execu-
Witness. 11. Boykiu. clerk of the Dis
trict court of Jefferson county.
Given under my hand and seal of said
court .at office in ueaumoni, icw
this the 20th day of June. 1902. A. D.
B. BOYKIN. Clerk.
District' Court Jefferson County
By W. A. Teague. Deputy.
An Ordinance Regulating Theater.
Variety 8how. Opera House. The
atrical Exhibitions and Dramatic
Be It Ordained by the City Council of
the City of Beaumont: I
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for
auy proprietor, leee or mausger of
ny theatre, variety kow, opota
house, theatrical exhibition or dra
matic representation of whatever char
after lu the city of Beaumont where
female actors, performers or employ
ees are employed or permitted to be
In any way conneetced therewith or
where females are permitted to be
In any way connected therewith or
where females are permitted to attend
to M.-1I. expose for sale, oaer tor saie,
permit to bo sold, give away or deliver
liver to any persou any spirituous.
vinous or malt liquors or intoxicat
ing liquors ot any kind whatsoever
nitl.in ih. rnnm nr nlnee where suck
theater, exhibition or representation
may be conducted, or in any room,
or place UBed In connection with such
locm or place, or In any loom, build
ing, private box, or apartment of any
kind Inside the room where such ex
hibition or representations are given,
or In any green room, side room ot
ante-cliuinbcr of the same.
Sec. 2. It shall bo unlawful for
any employe or person In any way
connected with any theater, variety
Bhow. onera house theatrical exhibl
tiou or dramatic representation in the
citv of Beaumont to sj;l, barter, give
away or deliver to any person any
snlrltuous. vinous or malt liquors oi
Intoxicating liquors of any kind with
In the room or place where such tne
ater exhibition or representation may
be conducted, or In any room or place
connected therewith as provided
section one of this ordinance.
Section 2. It shall be unlawful for
anv proprietor, lessee or manager of
any theatrical exhibition or dramatic
remesentatlon in the city of Beau
mont to permit any female actor, per
nlnvft em cloyed or in
iui uivi -
any manner connected with such the
ater. variety show, opera house, ex
hibition or representation to mingle
or associate with any ot the audience
a- spectators of such theater .exhlbl
inn nr roni-PRentation within ' the
l. V 1 V 1 w$
room or place where such theater, ex
hlbltlon or representation may be con-
inrtMl. or In any room or place usea
In connection therewith, as provided
In section one of this ordinance, for
the nuroose of selling, offering to
sell, giving away to, or drinking with
anv .of the audience or spectators any
spirituous, vinous or malt liquors or
intoxicating liquors of any kina wnai
Section 3. It shall be unlawful fa:-
for any female actor, performer or
employe, employed or In any
manner connected with any theater.
variety show, opera house, theatrcai
exhibition or dramatic performance
In the city of Beaumont to mingle or
associate with any of the audience or
spectators of such theater, variety
show, opera house, exhibition or rep
resentation within the room or place
where such theater, exhibition or rep
resentation may be conducted, or in
anv room or place used in connection
therevlth. as provided in section one
of this ordinance, for the purpose of
selline. offering to sell, giving away
to. or drinking with, any of the audi
ence or spectators, any spirituous, ti
nous or malt liquors of any kind what
. . . Read Our Aphorisms.. . .
(A Ntw On Cvnry Day )
'Those who wait are, usually,
IN JUNE IS
. HERE . .
A Plant 735.
! General Office Phone 727.
While our business for the month has been phenomenal,
desire to wind it up In a bluie ot lory. Iherelore we Her, l
our Crockery Department, the following: special Inducements:
Large size bowl and pitcher, white, only 8oc
Slop jar to match - - 9
10 piece decorated toilet set, only Sj.75
12 piece decorated toilet set, with slop pail W 5
Don't fail to inspect our large
line of New Era Mattings,
45C per yard.
Pearl Street. Near Postoffice.
For the Best aJ? Cheapest
Refrigerators and Ice Chests.
for the Nickel Plate Acme
Bar Frames, for Wood and
Iron Beds, and for Bargains
in all kinds of Furniture,
s4 (CALL ON) S4-K0
H. O. Gordon.
Finest Imported Groceries,
Finest Domestic Groceries,
Finest line rf Fruits,
Finest ie of Vegetables,
In the Beaumont Market.
Andrus-Park Grocer Co.
PHONE mo. 7W LIBERTY AVE
earth, at Anrlms
Butter. Ix-st on
Tark Grocer Co.
We are making very low prices on
Matting. See us.
BEAUMONT FURNITURE CO.
See show window display Martin
Wi Dry Goods Co On tb Trian
R " 49.
4- C oS. '
I PAY WIESS. Local Sales Agent.
Section 5. Any person violating any
of the provisions of this ordinance
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemea
nor and upon conviction thereor shall
be punched by a flue of not lesa than
ten dollars nor more than two hun
dred dollars, and each day of such vi
olation shall be deemed a separate of
fense and punished accordingly.
Sertion 6. This ordinance shall tak
effect from and after its passage and
publication and all ordinances ana
parts of ordinances In conflict there
with be. and the same are hereby re
pealed . .
We. your ordinance committee, rec
ommend the passage of the above or-
Jno. N. Gilbert.
W. A. Meagher.
Approved this 19th day of June
1902, Thos. It. Langham,
Attest: W. A. Ive. Secretary.
11 1 ! n Unniiohif
1 520 l'dnnin St. rnone a
WWM4V BO .YEARS .
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1 1 a
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NECHES IRON WORKS
Eip.rt m irtlnHf an I foun lr, m-n. Special attention to all cla-e. of machine M
wrk.l.3th l.eav, an1 delicate, here accuracy ani ewrl'm i require
nlrklr nrtn mr ceinx-n fnw w i.uir
11 tVm. pr.l.l plnl.l-. ..om.nn-.
l-.tmita t-n tbrtiifK Mum A Ct. reo
p-rial wxtM. wit h.Mt .
I m m
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Botizht, sold and
a a rm
950 reari at., rnoie 550,
Mnvintf jl nn ci a 1 1 v. l'ackin?.
shipping and storing at moderate
prices rurnmire repaired sun
REDUCED PASSENGER RATE3
To points on the Chicago Milwau
kee and St. Tanl railway la Wlacon-
mi Minnert are made one
fare plus $2 for the round trip. j
Tickets on nale Jon 1 to Septets-.
b-T Jl, 1902. j
Thee remarkably cbep nt-n ap
ply to the principal summer resorts
In Wincons n. and Minnesota among
whl't at Milwaukee, Wankeh, Mi-'
Bocqua, Oconomowoc, Rlsr Iake aci
Ki'boum City 1" Wiiwjn!a and Mi
tiejK,li. Pt. Paal and M o'tooka la
M:nniw. For 4' in?'niiati'.
tllrt M. F. SMITH. Co?D!n'Tr!al
Arest, T1!R. Teta.
rrrrl, of th t T lr of O Brfc O'BriM
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Koom 12, burk Buildine.
BeaumooU '.ill Texas
Successor U S. L. McAdoo,
San Antonio, Tex.
rAi 1. on
A. B.GRAHAM. Q
Office, 697 Collcre St.- Phono 640
C. !. NASH,
Office room 16 Starke building.
Choice rice lands for sale.
Corref pondence solicited.
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
H. S. BOYKIN LUMBER Co., Inc.
WhtUiils ansl Retail
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Shingles.
Term-: Yard on Railroad Ave.
Phcne 815 Cffics Deulstr Uitx, with Bsi!fErs Erchacge
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