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THE BEAUMONT CNTlWPHISg FRIDAY. AUGUST St, 1904.
PRESIC r MAM Cqul lr I i BEAUMONT MLRPRISE. Vbjbb4 Kvbry MortJng by iJHC CtAUtfONT ENTERPRIII PUSLI8HIN0 CO. hmarprlM Building, Beaumont, Taaa. Dtrd at th rrwtofflre to Iteiiiuot M Second Claati Mll Matter. !.. r wa:i mi I In- nf illn (in rlnx Hi' n who uri'li rni ihi.I tclcuriiiihy. an i.iistalned a lire lo., uf oiiiv' I.Vimiu. ; otm iliini: when iho hiiuT In' wu mix- 'I")' " about it ysU'iiiMi irully. I It In propo-cd to i .at., a fund, - i. ii.l iMiuiil.im In a iimiiMr wiin Trouble hits been reported ui various which, n vuo of Io.h. it it lie drawn In lli. tin' ili.il pillowed tin en pen Hunter In ! u hix thonMiud llolllli Mill It i.f illlIKH UJI'I ( lltll till ui 1 1 1. H. 'I'Ih' hiimini; of Arniiiiir & ('o h point uIiiiik Hii' lllii'H, Mini If I lie per- liiiiiiiiiiH run hi. urrihifl Hie com I any Inii inU in prosecute in Hid limll. THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1904. Ttrmt of tfubicrlptlon. On year 1 00 Tiro mootbi 1 10 Buoday, per year 1 00 I Kirn in )iTMur wrcol.i'd ih ilrK 'htori of J. I'. Iliiytcr. riiiisini; n oh nf i,i'Hii in a JI'U'i'ii HKH'k nf ilriiKK mid conuiio.Iotle and M'vi'ii'ly injur- kIiii- win k m ut Chicago could ii'it lim tln proprietor. The hltiu was iiiiiKi' tlir .triko hiiuiitiuii mull any ,l'""l '' an explosion if hom:calH nr. v It I r It V.OIO bciiiK cm. l' Hlllil.'.l III Mm iimaruiory. .mi. naynm nutr was Imrii' d .nf his lifjiil. tls f'lee cvcroly Mingle eopy to a e e e e e e e PRESS CLIPPINGS. .scorched alii! mi" :t"r h h ruins. I iiml Injured. The K.i ii nc (it-oven, a younn mini iilinttt l'.i j ra r-i nli itti'i n midden death on ujMtit for the amount iioccsHary to covi'r the iIuiiiuki. Thin law wont Into effect Jan. I. 1 1 :t. mill huh thai iliiii-, or Mimrily i !ii-r;.Hr. lit'; Ktat limine Iian not I i t'll limned. Jtni'r policies mo txiiriiiK. nnd noin'j will hi' renewed. Tin' Kinto own.: u ui ore or more of 1 1 i 1 1 c hulldilib'' which will ho effected. - nx 4- i NOTICE TO PUBLIC. The Enterprltt Publishing company la not responiibla for any debts con tracted by Ita amployeea, of any char acter whatever. Olio of tln ciiIkIiiiih of iIiIh wo;i. i Ik why iIioko papers eternally mil cvorliiHtlncly IniritiiiK on ih vora rlly of I hi' nlli'Ki'il lii' iil Iniht i!i lint Html purki'rii'M in roiiiii'itliiii wllll llti'ir iimth or, If iircTssary. IiihiinuI of ihi'ir mihth, mnl thi'ii-l'y miiki' n IhihIk'I of money even' Iwei, ty in In ill en. We have in Texn. ki'- oral prontlneiit ne papers I I'Iiii-iiih. ii.riliiL. h.rs.lf fur iliu '" "f "In liroth. r, llatvy (irovo aiipearanre of ilolll.leinilrteil llollH- "'"r l.llllipili'llH. The JOIIIIK limn WI'll trt. Ii xvoulil hfi'in linn Hi.- pai-kern' hhsisiiiik In Kiilliefiiifc- corn when ami htrike Is about all the excitement ilettly ho ankci IiIh hrother to laid 1 CliiiiiKo can cafelv lake o,i for tin; li-nm in lite wiikoii n lie was pres. Ml.- Iluil.stoll I'okI. feelliiK III. Ilefore he could jjel .luci - - 'the wak'ull llu 'ell to ITie k.iiii.hI a Thai Ciipple Creek tiniilile mIih'M cor ;:e. Heart trouhlo, aK'-Tiivateil liy lull ixliilil over II very lltl'Ke MCl.on workillK III the heat, Irt Kivell as liiu ol t 1 1 1 1 i . Ltui it is as hiii iis the cause o ..it' yoitn man's Htnlilen i ut of a leu ti' l while ll lasts, and iliatli. lite nihility and slate aiiihnrilles an; al outs as lo whose llkiltl it lHmny-! Kire destroye, the livery Klnlilo way. San Antonio Unlit. 'known ns l he .Molesworih and Deals Istalile ut C'ttero. Tin; ImildliiK was tin The suite ieniimelil decides Hint tenanted, Hav lor lim KtoraKe of a ill.- saen.i .Monnie noctriiie mis Hot r. v old IiiiukIi I ntld u llifesliiliK liee,, particularly laceraled by the mnehlue IicIoiikIiik to Ml. CieorKO llt iiish nel.nre of Mini Island in the ' . otmis. All is a total Ions. The West Indies, first liecanse under tin; luil,inK owned by .Mrs. Moieswortll law of nations any power IIii-IIiik an ,Vils ,Mred for 1 1. Sun. It is feared iaKC if. The well In process of horllii; at the Water Ciimpiiiiy's plant in llat'iii Koiiko s K-iliiiK iiIoiik nicely, ami a depth of several hundred feet im been reached, Willi i-plelldid pros- poets of strlkinn the desired kind of water. I'nder the eailh nl ! Ills point lie unexcelled veins of the Ik water procurable, and the coifuinor of this luxury has out to tan - (lie subterranean reservoirs to obtain it In unlimited (luantltles. The Wnr company Is now ftirnlhliK Union Rouge with as line water n rin bo found In niiy cltv In th country, and Hie hrlnxliii; In of the now well will materially mid to their fit i t'os nil...-' " - - k - -J tin; tin. was ol incendiary origin, sits- Koo.1 will and fixtures co:ild p isslbly ; " ' "'1" ' . , l'V l''' '" rcslliiR on a man who was "' " , ." " seen in the vicinity ol the bllildtiiK ............. ........ i "." . In-fc.ro lim fire. Mo was iirrosled while koIiik Into his irate dtinni? Hie noi no otiiniueii nir less mini a i na r- i,, , t nllli i i-n i f)-i 1. 1 t.. I... -irl,.,l tor of a million dollars. This aiiioinii aluiul ; and, third, would In.'tall a vi-ry i;ood cow Millie; ,: " ; pi tablishmenl, In which 'Itese saute ,' pporil conlend edllorlally ever" mornltij; there nro millions. Oho. you ' have illspfivorod an obstacle? They wotilil have lo oblaln a new staff of ! artists for Iho nhnrmlr and let n'tl j the ' old itts al the desks. Noth ing nf Iho kind. The personnel would remain the fame. The editor could Mil the cows, his llriili'iKiiils could disembowel thorn, and Iho repotieri could work In the fertilizln depaii mont. No lovllv Is Intended heroin. When a man has so far fallen from Rrneo that ho ncriiH'M every bittclii'r In the land of being a thief and an arrant, rogue II Is high 1 1 mo that he return to hh proper occtipnl Ion. As for Iho truth of their contention you may verify lis falsity by know ing that no unusually remunerative Held can remain In the monopoly of one set of investors. Anv business that pays Ion per cent dividends Is voon Invaded by that capital which Is glad to buy government boncbi paying only four. The truth or tin1 mutter Is that the papers know bet ter, but (his Hogging or the rich, this belaboring: of capital, this knif ing print wise of men who bv liv -s of Hi rift, and business Induslrv have been enabled lo do Ihlng-i plcas.'s the masses, the restless, surging, tumultous masss often warring iigalust their own bread and butter and taught by (hose demagogue tlml when a man has accuinulaleil enough money to start a hutch;':1, idiop that ho is one of the Devil'- own. Hrltig on the cows, and let I host; protesting scribblers have a whirl nl the game. because the llrit i:i I'aso Herald. lire and jaded. President Roosevelt has refused lo Interfere in Colorado, on the ground that fiovernor I'eabody mid (ieueriil t:,.ll fie. fkt.l.. ... ki. .. ,irr,.i...j -Pl.t.. is a guarantee that the mob and tin'' 1 ,'.!'l'.!m " 'r"Mi" '.""" """ " The hoiiiIi bound freight of the Houston Hast and West Texas Rail road, ran into the wagon of W. C. Winchester will continue to appeal of (iarrison. .Mrs. Jack Collins of ti Iho law of iniohi ami not th.. i;i w : """. "'.xas, a sister oi .Mr. I.eo, of the land. I'Vderal troops should;"'"1 "l'r lwo r-ti. Mrs. rtlinnic be it; oil to ptil down rioters, either ,la,'ls. nothor sister and Minnie labor or capital rioters, where the Martin, a Utile niece were In the governor of a state either fails or i-o-wi," wi"1 Mr- --' Hosslu Collins fuses to do his duty. The law should ' snstainoil a fracture of the clavicle be supreme and not the mob. Dal-1 all(l the others were slightly bruised. las Herald. One of the horses was killed and the wagon considerably torn up. The The controversy over the refusal . whole outfit was ditched making it or the postolllce department to name I quite a narrow escape. a hamlet in Mississippi after Oovcrn or 'n fl.-i in n n of that state has brought out very clearly the fact that the peo ple of .Mississippi for the first time In I heir history have elected a gov ernor who is not even a gentleman. aribiniaii confesses that election he wrote for his The following appointment for mi nor olUcers were announced : ('has. I.. Trlehe, aldormrn, town Donnld son ville, vice Frank llergeron, re signed. W. II. .Murphy. Justice ol the petire, ward one. Lincoln parish, vice A. A. Kahn, failed to qualify. Wm. li. Singleton, constable, ward one, Lincoln parish. no election. Frank I.ahrao, staxu armorer. W. S. Hadot, Sr., Mavor town nf Tiago. vice K. C. Miller, re igned. The following clerks of registration have been appointed: .1. F. T'tko vimt, Franklin parish; It. 1 Jackson. Winn parish: C. Calloway. Richland parish: 11. W. rfagee, Washington pnrlsh; Auiiien Oliver, Lafayette parish. The news from the Humble oil field yesterday was of a highly encouraging nature, and the prospects aro good for the saving of the present well. A; previously slated the gas blowout has before his been checked, and the drill has been paper the .withdrawn some, but it Is again flrrniv brutal and Indecent article concern-1 stuck. An effort is now being made to tug i lie mot nor or i-rosiiienl Koose-i.siiik smaller pipe in the hole forcing volt which induced the action of the the drill down and thereby releasing post olllce department. The long-'p. (;,)(, ,.. l,as ,CI1 mu(le Jn haired executive of .Mississippi Is a ,,j.s ,roctlon. and those entrusted weal; Itnllat lo of the late W. C. : with (he task are confident of success. i.i.inM in mis stiiic wimioiu iirann s genius and Sentinel. The last legislature passed many good laws, but none was of more importance than the law relative to public school.",. This is Hi" gnat need of the stale, and I hey provided thnt none but competent men should fidministei1 the affairs of the pnrisn schools. It Is necessary to have men in lino with the advanced edu cational views of ;he thinker) of the slate to produce the lies re nids, and to I his end sertion S of Act HI" of 1!I0I was adopted, super viv'ng section N of Act 11 of l!iJ. Ti o new sect ion reads as follows: T! ;o parish board shall elect or appoint for a term of four vcai-s a parish superintendent, who shall be ex-ofJioio secretary of the hoard. H" thai! bo a person of high moral char-"-t'ter and n practical educator." culture. Nacogdoches I'o.-.sibly there may be a gcnll" hunch in the itatcm"tit thai lit" government s prejudiced against Aransas I'ass for (he reason that It is not altogether a federal work. The Aransas I'ass deep water tn :i - An absurd rumor Is going the rounds of the press to Iho effect hint three men at a point below Shrove port were recently poisoned fmm drinking beer from a barrel which afterwards was found to contain n (teiui moccasin snake. What rot! as the poison of a snake can only nf- i feci a warm blooded creature bv lio- lug Injected directly into the circula tion. The poison of the most venom -! ens serpent If taken into the stont,i' 'i i having no other effect than to nause ate the individual. The men in nues tion may have died from seeing "snakes" after drinking ,i barrel of beer, hul not from soaking them In II However, It is said that the wrvv veins which traverse the eyeball, be coming congested with blood from a long debauch, assume the form of snakes to th" distracted brain of I ho ili baiiiiier. Rust In Leader. Oil exports continue to view this field w5lh the 'keenest f 'interest, and many of them are conlident that tile Harrett well will yet blow itself in. Those persons visiting the field yes terday think that something will be doing before a groat while. LOUISIANA NOTES know til! imprisoned and that made tint any Illumination. Dark wn? the nlglit my -oiil yen ertin,' A shackled lliiiiK. prime. A t.nigiielcss bell that made tone. A l-.'-irl all hnre if I'.ve's illmnlni; tlnme Ard t li ti - ymr kinillh' kiss!- that swift lid r-l.iim ; . '; life as very fuel for Its own, Vy little dnys l.nt :ir, the faj-ms strnwn It, lM tae tires sa-T.l tn Love's name I And renv tli darkling ember and the ash Ot that Erent lumr are left tn r,ie aloae; l.'pon :ay life t he ' raindrop dash. j;y C!ie .put nr-atli uf waalni; a'ltinnn 4) Yet. a a a a a a a a a Orange growers on the lower coa.-'t have nliandoued the kero.sein; and rosin treat riicnt for scales and aro cultivating the lady hug. which insect has been found to be greatly destructive to scales and harmless to the trees. Mown heart o lu-ht Of that llrst uluhl. Jetsie Stnrrs me! the jdihilug and t.'ie l-,iss are with nie still to- y rrls In LUeiary Wurld. A "DIM EFUL" AS A DOTE. ter was al one time in th private Inlcn-ls Just as the of the lin.i,s was. and diiriti bands ol ' i TEXAS NOTES. haw. a merchant, of hteiw I eralc a i.roiniii. ui cilii'ii veteran who d 'd mi Confed" ' ently. II I oi 1 1 ll I I' rani. Iv liens : ii u- i .. i.i i i i.. " "i. HI" 'oil ..'.---.I'l III 'tme (lie government would do not :t J .; mid died in thirty minutes. Ing In the matter, just a- it woul I ; ' as d a.s a son of ('apt. J. W. II do iiolliini; in th,. mailer of li.ipnn-in-; the I 'on Artbltr cliahhi I were it a.' l ed to do t..i. ,r an :1ie tho' llileie.sli ,1 in i be Araiisa.. l'.i - pi i Jec'. hy will. Ii C.irpii:, flinij e-.p. ,'s .secure i w . in t,. , , ,, em that III. i. i at pari of Hi.- poem A young white man named Hdward I. Hill has surrendered to the aittb orities at i'laipiemine, staling that he was a deserter from the Knifed Stales Navy. Commander Terrell of the Naval Station at Algiers was notillcd. T!." I'nion Iron Works of .letining.; was incorporated with a capil.'l slock of J.'i.iMiii to conduct it m.i c:.!ne shop at the oil (hdils. .1. ;. his Fniti Ii is president, lieiijamiu Fre l'- I man secrelnrv ami K. U Savoie i n usurer. to Hie wh.ui. i-i iil jei t:oii on the P merit to spend money at 1 1 1 : 1 1 M.l'.ll 1 1 th. a I roper aiin.uiii I i i i - for in., f.. i . nil'' III I 'II 1., i oi r. The li e ycar old daughter of Mr. iin. I Mrs. Henry Miller wns kicked by i li'ir..' h:l. laying in th,. yard at I'.il. sf inc. ll is not known exactly i.w i' .'i-eerred. bin the clt'ld is in a i iy cnlna! eoiidilion. H.r skull l f i .1 ft lo eil in , rral ptaees mi, li i I', ai.'d 111. 1 1 s! :,. will not reenver. .1 It Is sigiiilieani lo d. . I m.s s m hi to I,, so! , t he oim r on t Ii. .i eh. I It III. I; t Is It;. till.., I Whi t. Ill ptl;ll.' . 'II, and pan U rompl, te.i a I- Hi '1 . lioiiu ,i l.li,, .ui a. t top u a-- t.. k ii ti l W.I 1 oil. - if .' !.! . . l i. I I'l. ll.. pi. Mi'N. al Jr.. iicling as natch- man "I his l.iiier at lite 1 1 1 1 ' : s p.iiut s'o . ... S"7 'l'!ais si reel. Hollstoii .-i,i( at ollie. r M nard. who lliinking Mr ..il w.i- a burgl.-ir. Ire . I to i nt. r " I,, and .Mi N. a was -iiuek oer th" li ...I wtilt a i i.. The iin-iaki. was t - ii d: cm i. . and there the trotitee ii I' d, al'-r hating 1'i.p neatly fatal. I Coroner Stafford of Alexandria viewed the bodv of Willie Che-.v. who, , died from a gunshot wound at the; i hands of another little negro, chariest Kv otl. both I" j ears old. on l.odi I , I Ll II I it 1 1 ill . He ..rollolltieeil 111"' killing a.- accidental. "Cllv" Allilersou. a negro. aged I " V'.ii-, of Itiiymi (inula. ,a.. nr- t rived in Alexan ler on a vtsi'. to ; lehltn. s. and. Miter wnlkitig iiboet I t'-a lil.H'l... . f,. ,e;,. Col'0 .ri j Si. -iff. ltd viewed the bodv :it!.t pr i , ! ii'i'iiie.'d death due tr.uu taking e-' ; ere' e to,, soon iitter il 'f'Vere eas" "f litl.'Ml'to'lla . tl .it the llegr i sh'l'll'1 ' I'aie been lu l.d. instead of t r.n . I ' ! ing ' Otd-Fashioned Method of Measuring Medicine Still Practiced. A man went into a New York drug store and asked the clerk for a rem cdy for indigestion. Th" clerk sifted a pink powder into the so'es. "Tuke a heaping ilinieful .if this," he said. "U will bring vou aruand all right." The man's astonishment was almost powerful enough to drive av.av the in digestion without the aid of the powder. "A dimeft!!?" ho ejaculated. "What kind of a new-fangled system of meas urement is that you have horn?" "It Isn't new," replied the r'."r "And it Is very pimple. Just t:il:e a dime and pile as much of this pov.dot J on it as will L-tick. That will i e the proper .lose. You couldn't g' t .. any luon' exact if you meas'ir I for hail an hour with scales and spoons." "Well," said tae i nstomer. "t!i!-i ts a now one on nie." Tl'.en he p: ei I I ed to measure out a dose of the pink ! powder. As he did so a man staroLna 1 cl'Mo beside him sigh" 1 reaiir.isc ntly. i "It makes me feel about ten year: ' younger to nee you do that." Iiu nabi. "They ii. ed to nu asnr.' medicine that i ay when 1 was a kid. I sup;-. e I , n odero .lpplinnceK ha 1 driven all t'."i old meihods uf im asuretneiit out i f tlie mark, t." .mii ,ir an. said the cierit. . re nro lots . f places where they stil! take r.n Jicitic by the dlme'iil. ' i i The Winding Up cf THE SUMMER SEASON All odd lots, broken assortments, etc., all summer fjoods must go .Summer ends Sept. 1 at the Nathan Store. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Choice of any light color Out tig Suit Coal and I'aiits, In the si ore. loruu r. prices of which were 7.50, ln.'ni and I2..rili. balance of tiie month 5.J)0 (ill days mere of hot weather. Only l:i Salts in the store. Choice of any dark color Summer Suit, can be worn all winter, former prices l.i.nn mid ti.."iii, balance of iho month "2 Hoys' long pants Suits, light mid dark colors, worth up lo 7. .in, balance of the month 1.1)3 S'zes ll, 13, iij'aiul 17. MEN'S WASH SUITS Mine mid brown Linen Suits, worth up to 5.0i) a suit; Striped and checked Linen Suits, worth up lo ri.ni) a Suit: White Linen and l'iquo Sttils. wortli up to .l.ni) it Suit; balance of this month, a Suit 1 .fiO Men's Summer Coats of White Linen, Hrown Linen, White Duck, (Inty Al paca, worth Lit) to -.05, to clean Ihetii out al once choice 5()( Only about !2 Coats in the lot. Men's Checked and Striped Cotton Coats, worth up to 1-0" '27C MEN'S PANTS li.'lft pair .Men's Fanls. suialile for late summer and early fall wear, light and darrk patterns. The light, patterns include values up to l.jii; The dark patterns include values up lo ::..lu. n.-ilance this month l.JiO Iiltte and brown Linen Pants, wartii l .io a pair, "' 75c .Men's odd Vests, v.orlh up to 1.50, mosilv small sizes, to dose out quickly, choice 10 Zi it113 Odd lots Men's .5o and l.'.M Fur Hals also I'nrker and Iiosseeit campaign Hiits, the lot. wortli 1.5", balance of the mouth chooice. . J)JJ Any Boys' or Men's Straw Hat in the sloro, choice IOC Values up lo l.oti. Men's Low Quarter Shoes, Soti'ln-rii Tie, plain too, wortli up to -.50, to close out tlrs tuoiith, choice t per pair )"( Stilts. hum- Mr;j'f, Bargains in FurnihlnK(Joods That cannot be Equalled Any. where in Tcxa. l.lu dozen '.Lie iiml 7.1c Nirhgeo Shirts ju pttcale ami madras, in neat dark designs, light mid dark colors. Choice Ji." (His lisle Ihreadil I'mlerweai. sold al l..'i :t gartiieiii, our n gnlai price 'Xn'. now, a garment I in nor Suit, sold only In Il'ii dozen Men's 5'tc and 7.1c tiler litderwear, al a garment '2 ! Main an I Fancy, llalbriggan. Nu n !oo. and llobliinet. 50 Men's Linen Collars, fancy brands' mostly large and small sizes slightly soiled, each 5 Til fee for inc. '5 dozen Men's Rubber Collars, worth ",1c, balance this monlh at ir Two for -5c. Two lots of Neckwear. Silk Shield Fow Ties, wortli 15c to -'tic, balance n' ihi:, month at 10 -Mo String Ties. IMc and 50c Four-ill J lands mid lots 2.1c Shield Two for I'.lc. Hows, balance this month, i 15? Two for 25c. Siirgettt's Work Gloves, worth 1.00 to L.lu a pair, balance this nioiiili, a pair 7 .Men's 25c Leather Holts, ni ir .Men's 25c Lace Half Hose in solid black and solid red, this sale at ':ii1' ITtd ! rear for 5oc. BOYS' WASH SUITS MOSTLY RUSSIAN HLOI'SKS At 2fc. 45c, 75c. 1 10 Worth 75c, 1.50, " 2.00. 2.95 " Hoys' W;ish Suits, for Ilig iiovs, sizes !' l" ' J TI"V for o.OO r.oys' 25c ami ,10c Wash l'itnts, now a pair M) BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS Sixes :; to ,s and ; to 15, medium in weight, suitable for tali wear. Knits vorl Ii Leo to ll.On at. ca.eo. suiis wortli :'.r,o to ::.iio at, each Suits worth 2.00 at, C'?eh Sizes izi al S to 1.!'.-, 12 in audi the 2. SO. 2.S0 1.03 last lot. All Sale ends Wednesday evening, August 31 at 6:30 p. m. 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