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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1904
if I ""' Faith. If Faith wire l-Ivii I...111.01 frm, AIRp And warm, 1 lllll.ll UO i'lV lllll.il.l 1)1'. VUi U'it uii-l It-i- ' 'iiirix .1w.ll. I tlili.k li. y in.. nlli. t !. ..ul.l v i'i I., r II: For ll ( i.n rain. H....I ml, V.I I ' 1 1. ..I... In. lu il- l..il )l. .in i...ui.i n. i.iiiun i.. lur will Ami li.ii.li' II. hiii i n i in. I ci,t. nml mill. -It. .. M.ulli' in ili -w Vi.ik TiiI.hik' r A AN ACT OF CHARITY Mm. Iliililcru. ImvliiK ln'cii mlvln'l by Hie ilnrtur "lo l.i'i i up I" r MreiiKlh," h"d iinliTril for liim-lii'im h rump sunk nml I.I'Iih v innliiliii:. which I 111' WIIH Jlll-I lllllilll III rill V, Hlnl OIIH' iniilliiii it I ! -t m. now In front t Ml n I.ucy WiKiliiki-. lur i-oiiiihiiI'iii. whose irlnrliiil duly whh In rend .Mrs. Mol iIito In kIitji ufli-r Ihe I'lcccnt meal iiliil limner. Till- 'lllllllC WHH HITVPrt In ft tthito I.iih In wlih h mi i1 I u wound II. and ihc junior in.'iiil Ktotnt. iniiTi'Mi'illy looking nil, while Mi'H. Iloldcio fill II V-fIiiimi piece out ill lln' lii IIiIh mi a I'Imii'. urn! In mm to i"n nut tin- mnti'iitH. H in I I 1 1 1 ' pini ti . Willi tin- spui. h in I. it lll.lll llllllll. kIim turned w ratlifully lowurd Mary. "Win-re, " bin- Krvi'iily dcinnmleil, "an- the kidneys?" "('ink said tin' hull lu r ili'ln't wild llll'lll ill lillll'," WHS till! IIIIHWIT. Mrs. Ilnlid in Ml iisiii;niliiiril. Sim lunl thour.ht nf tin- iiiiiIiIiiik i nr I wire fliiiT her 10 o'rliifk lirivil.fiiKl. "Tiiki- It away!" iihe cxi'luluied, nml ! ucy Wi Kllaki' trli'il fcotnow hill murk iMlly to Innk lis If tin1 iill'nlr possessed ro lntorcHt in tin? world for lu isrli'. us, iniU-i il, It. wniihl mil IT Mr. Itoper liail lint ehiiliccd tn pa:m r lur house at lliat moment. Mr. Itouir occupied one room In n very Kinall house u few hundred yards nway. lln looked more than sixty years nf nut". he was i.hort, erect, ami i ciiiai lui hly tl:in. I!ii limp hrlinmcd felt hut, mice black, hail imw Iii'Coiiih uroeti; his t!i,'l,tly fitting mat had faili'il friuii ilark hlue tn hrowii. Kroui nun nf her r.orvnntK (Mrs. Holdoro liail u liahit of exchnntilni; conlidcticiH nf ilie lilnil) kIki had learned that Mr. Hopcr half I'tarvi cl himself. "Mi! ccr talnly liinks as If u Rood uicnl would in lilm K"'l." she wnnhl remark. Ni'Vi'i-lhi'lcss, Mrs. Iliildero lilt a kind nl' Interest in II hi man, who otli'li passed her window, am! this nl'tenimm she haiipeiieil to Innk up in time In leroKiiizis hlin. "All!" Mho cried, "II wnuld lie an art of charily to lvu It In that pmr man!" "What Is Hint?" asked I.uc.y. "Mr. Ilnper," was the answer. "It. would make him a meal every day for a week. I have, a miod mind tn send It" "Oh, but" "I lci; your pardon?" said Mis. Ilol dero, sharply. Lucy's cheeks were crimson, for she perceived what. Mrs. Iloldern could tint !ce-that, although Ills Hollies were tit for ihn diiat-liiti, Mr. Knpcr was a gentleman. "Yon cnuldn't do such a tlin," mur mured l.ucy. "Nut. perform an act nf charity? And why not, pray?" asked Mrs. Ilol dero. "Mary," kI" udded. "take away my plate and the, puddiiiK. 1 will liave some cutlets. Coot can put the basin in a bni.kct, nnd Miss WYsllake shall carry It to poor Mr. Itoper direct ly after luncheon." I.ucy WestlaUe looked inclined to rebel. Hut, althoimh Mrs. Iloldern mlfcht be a trying woman to live with in many respects, l.ucy hail a comfort able linine w ith sullicleiit salary to li able lu r to help her own people. Can t ii ii prevailing (die set I'orili half an iinnr later with tlimlliiK cheeks and leluctaut steps. A w hie brliuined hat 'liadi d lier face frnlil the mil, Hie bas ket hunt; on tier left arm as she tinmr usly drew near to the terrace of Munll bouses where Mr. toper Indeed. Lucy's voice trembled as a short. Ilout. ret! f.ier.l woman opened the l lrei t door, "May I speak to Mr. Uopi r?" she 2 -f fl-. 1 - I v cm It ' T A y J m fnjrr Bep'-r," he tad. A . . !. nt '. .! c 1 r I.... I . .-Ti .-f ll.l I - ' - I "i ; I . . a ,t f t ' I M I '.,'. 'In I 'iTTI'- i:-'ri II f T! '111.4 -T ! in 11 ..- S f !'. i I In I i. 1..- i ci ii' m 1- h to t' r i '." 1 i' ! a !. -. - ,f. If Jnl " m l I o. 4- i.t i .r It'.r, i' ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1. ' I t j, . .1 w ' y I -I - I. . La 1 . 1 I leive not ti.c--r-il-uMiri nt Mm. Ilol'li ro'M m ipidiiilmii-e, I bo Hove." f;il!," ..lid l.ucy. l.iroiuiiiK mom MMoiiii every Inxlmit. "fcb knuv vi. ii very ll ly i-ImIiI." .ir. Ilop'-r rtiait,'. tilled Mh back; e li.nl In eu wiiue thai of a buck ill M 'ay- naijur iii lite' n j'tiiu-iil. r' ili il nil liiill p4) ki.iue yi am awn. IIU only ..nil lunl rnliio In a liudniichiily I lid. I lld, liuvlntl left nuim I .U ilebIM nf Inuor iiimMh tiiirised. Major Jtopi r had it il lln uaibei.t lo lake lln III oil li I Ml keif, la oifter to rals. ' liiiiiiedlHlely Hie iieceKsary mini of money, lie liad i.eipiestrHleil I bo bulk nf IN pi imlnii. relaliiinii. In fact, kiil.'lclent only In uppoit ihn barest cvblencii. An other yHr mid Hie ib'bl vwiuld be HlM'i out; ll'.en. .M)or Ifnp'T told I IiiihcII, he would once iikiiIii be able lo hold up his bead. "Mr. Itoldero preseniH her cmnpll llienlM," halil l.ucy, ilruvtiiiK mi lur III enlion, "mill she-hint luu si lit nll lli-lbiM." "And wl.Ht Is 'I his'?" lie ileiuiilideil. flyliiK Mm sliiul" ")ci!hiMH. and leanlni! forward io peer lulu tbu uiicnuri'd llllHl.l I. "A- n rump Hieak puddltiK." Hu Flood KlariiiK "I l.m y'a rosy faeo T 1 r Never since his boyhood had he felt such temptation at the sight of anything to eat. while he ferociously twirled bis iiiuh tachc. "I am Major Itoper!" ho said. "Mrs. Iloldern thou;;hl" "She evidently lln.imht that, she could Insult me with impunity." "I --I am very sorry," faltered Lucy. Ills annoyance was the unatcr, If possible, mi nbservliiK that the pud i'IiiK was lint even whole, yet, Incon gruously cniMiuh, tlie sii;lit of it tickled !i:s palate, SUM, Major Itoper found i;is appetite easier to control than his pride, which had never been more ;x--resslvn than now, when he looked forward shortly In leave llorrow Held anil tn live iiKain within reach nf a London club. "You will kindly present my coiiipll-r.-.i nts to Mrs. er" "Iloldern," faltered Lucy. '"I'ii Mrs. Iloldern, ami tell lier that I am very much very much obliged." "iihe will be rather hurt," said Lucy, "And I," said Major Itoper, "am rallier hurt." "I do wish you would let. me leave It!" cried Lucy, bidding out lier arm with the basket In her left hand closu to his face. "I have told you I am Major fin per! ' be answered, stepping back ward. " Mrs. Holder' will lie Immensely an gry," murmureil l.ucy, gazing; from the basket Into bis face. "Angry -with ymi, do you moan?" "I am afraid she will," said I.ucy, w 1th a deprecatory smile. Major Itoper began In. rough. "Yon will kindly present my com pliments to Mrs. in - liohlero. and Fay that I am greatly obliged, and ceept her - lur gift ill the spirit In vblcli. no doubt. It Is offeroil." "(Hi. thank yon!" exclaimed Lucy, ami. with an air nf extreme relief, slm saw Major Itoper lake the basket. You will wait a moment for Ihn fi r the basin?" be suggested, as she would have turned away. "I i ill' come lo-inni row" "i In re is no necessity to give you I Ii ill trouble." he Insisted. "If vnil will I .1 I'll .li my cl isiug the iloor." He did in! wbl: I er to follow bis movements, ;.i.. having l.ucy standing on the tup -t. p an I Hie street dour ajar, the ma nr 1.1,1 the basket gingerly he wail.ed along Hie passage to another .l.mr which b'.l to a back yard. II. . re h.' I. moved Hie basin from the ba-lo'l. stainllng this on tin' led ,ii. s I ile be gne.l with mil glei! . i s;, lions at the top of the half col.! ill siill s;ior pui'.;ing. Vcr since . ;.,.l,ool bail l.e fell such tempta .;.n ;i' Hie si.;lit of anvtliitiK to r.it I..'.1 I,;. Hie baiii now at nun's ' iirt! . 1 i '. pp 1 .ii.l the iln-1 ' i,. .,i tbi r. in eiepiled the iiitieing is- f w t' ! t i Hie right w.i i tti o 1 ;ooi:t i in front of it .' I;.. ..r t'l-ne.l Hie w.il. l iri" , :: l '. ' 1 e aftel;il1 dl ' ',; . i .''it. i il.il rur.E freai a nai! i ".n.l i:.-i i'. r I 1 n I'd 'In- ' , -i. ' . . :il',. Hie tviv.. f 1 t . t' . :tji. op. lie. I 111.- nt ret i.i for t'.e V., ' -.U.-.l .p.r. i' . i " i 1 v t e - ! ,- r,. 1. ;t, ,t U'll-' t -.i 1c I a' i; -t on; i 1 '' 1 ir ! '! v - - - T V !'. ' il S " ; f .i..r" 1 - r- ' :i li.v CLASSIFIED Half Cent Per Word, If Paid in Advance, No Ad. uKn for Uit tha farther notlco will bo WAN Ti:i -.. Ill'lck lIlllHllelil at once at l.o Ii, Tex. 3 S-SlC WANTKII - t'asU niter fsuli mit t .-.I en total asieis of an nil company, liiclud lug ouislde lands; four (I) -wells on Spinille Toil, nlllee fill liilure, l ie., all Hear. Any i-asli offer will be sllblllil led by me In owner. Address Lock l:o T-i, lleauiiionl, Texas. !i :l IHc WANTKIi - Stenographer nml u slslaill bookkeeper fur oil cnnii:iny. Salary $T" lr monlh. Address llox i -m. u-2-aip WANTIIU -An experienced woiiuin lor general lioiisework. Wages $l.nu per week. A PHiy III once. iJ"t 'e il l He. WANTKIi A planer foreman. Ap ply in McSli.'iiio Lumber ('oinpniiy. i::.1 Wiess liiiildiiib'. ' 1 if'" WANTICIb llentleini n ilesiri4ig 1st class table board, Huso In, can secure same by calling at &7:l Klizabet li Si. Old 'phone. :H. Iwp. WANTI'Il'i Conl fact for four foot pine wood, car load lots. Can fur nish any amount. Spurloclt, P.nx 11. Warren, Texas. X-lll-inip WANTKII-iMMtdeii, and maders; al so lumber handlers. Wages $L.10 In $1.75 per day. Address Keilh Lum ber company, I. O., Voth, Tex. S-::ntrc WANTKU 'J'lm public f) know that Taliiin llros. pay highest, prices for Second hand goods of fill kinds. 1m tneilirile service. Sec ua before you sell lir.:! Orleans St. 8-L'2-1inp WANTKI I girl or a nurse? want 115 to be a lions" i Concord St.. WANTKII For U. S. Army: Able bodied unmarried men between ages 21 mid citizens of United Slates, of goo, character mid temperate habits, who can speak, read and write Knglish. Knr information apply to Itecriiiting Ollieer, l'ostofllce Hilild itiK, lieaunirmt, Tex. 7-II e.o.d. tfi WANTKD The Enterprise hat' some flasolino cans and inl: barrels for sale, vory cheap. 7-8-tf-di. 1 Tat urn Pros, pay highest; prices for household goods.. Hee US before you buy. li"2 Orleans Kt. 8-22-1 nip FOR SALE. l.'Hllt SALK-Swccl pnlatoes Fri day nnd Sal unlay at !"'" cents per biniiiel; all ol bi'r vegetables in pro pori ion. On account, of large ship ment. Okra line a bushel, in any quaiii.il ies. Ileiiamoiu Auction and Commission Co., Il.'ill Unwio St. FOIt SALE Nice clean stock gro ceries; small lol Cents Furnishing (inods in the slock, (iood established trade; sell to employes of lleauiiionl Itriek Company which pays off twice a mouth. The company holds oul :lole aeeonills lor you. dood (leal I'm- rigid parly. See P. P. Jackson at lleauiiionl liriek Yard for particu lars. - WP . LA NT) lll'YERS. I have :'.r.7 acres of good fruit land I'm- sale; ail cleared up; balance lias good oak limber mi it. Near Santa I'V. Jasper county. Price if I r.u per ai re; title perfect. FOR SALE. H"l acres of fine fruit lend on Santa Fe It. It., Jasper Co., price t.i.oii. FOR SALE. f! 10 acres of oak pine land In New I on county. 7 nun tn acre, mice S.1.IMI per acre and oil : i i- lle perfect. FOR S U.K. 1; acres of long leaf pine laud in New inn enmity; line fruit laud on Orange A.- N'nrl hw e.-tein II. R. Cut 7. "en f , -( of pine per in tv.' Price $t .mi; :it!e to all ihe above laudsd are g K.d. Annlv to OWNi:i, t are r.n li rpri S ;pi lw e FOR S M.I'. Three fre .h cows wilh i!ms. civiiii: milk at present. Ad less Mrs S. IC. Robinsou, Lin'b, Tex. ::n lwp 1'OU SALE -guaranteed and ll.iir.l. . I'.'an 'phone 1'.'" or .". r: MMIIIL' milch cow lir-it rah e. $I.Vo0. Or. bene P.aildiiig; new I SL'O-tfe; Ijh1;o go where the crowds P". uro irnh c l iei ttwi nice cn Moves, sn.l they are Itavlti? tbom put In too; it i" time and )bor aved to Have ch' put In. yo'ir hmmo, hav many atn'-ia ibat w have ni pa i... i... --in v, i Uiim all ;oon . . . . J ii. i... mi a e- nil. 1 ib.'Mv avenue. 'riK'ko'l, l-nrl. i' ri I ii.i-. it- .-t.i - IVirk Ci.llet.v KorsVbe. frlini. I S- 'ifj P.i-W. Au. In. 1fit. Pine. H-n-Ihiii N. rth and K.iiin-i.l aveiie t.at'ia a f-w stroeta tre ready fi on. 1- - ii. -s t r.? ! I.-' I- t WW .1 1 ! I I I KtTMtN VELLS IT FOR LES?. MI5S ALSTIN S He t j p0.id"-r. V T ' I- j ' COLUMNS Positively One Cent a Word If Charged. 25c. Adi ordtrtd lo rva till charstd till ordered out. FOR PENT NICK Kroui Itoniiis for rent; can be used for light houseki'iplie;: it teens. :i7:i .Milam slleet near I'e.irl U 2 III p. l-'OH HUNT. Nb e y I'm nisb. d rrnnt room Willi all convenb nci Opposit court I 1 1 In I'eilll SI. !ii-::ti. POIl riKNT. Neat, newly papireil ami painted eight room co.tage; $JH per inonHl. Apply 70S Holme; nve. New 'plume finli. S"l :itp. KOIl II KNT Handsomely fiirnislie,! rooms for rent. U:2 Kll.iilieih. two blocks from 1. O. New phone 110. 8I-I!- nip. 1 FUIiNISHED H00M3 Elegantly furnlBhed rooms, with or without mcala HrIsIk apart.monta. 2-5-t.fn LOST. LOST Ladles' watch. Howie and Kletclur boat I lunling case, engraved ".l. Suitable reward for return I'enrl St. bet w een boils" K. Y." to r,:i-. '.'-Il-le. MISCELLANEOUS. AHT WORK Orders taken for nrt work in oil nnd waler colors, hunit Leal her and Wood, Kmbroidory and Kino Needlework. Christmas orders a specially. MISS CORA FHLLER, 8-7-30t S0t Calder Ave. IWYERS AND CONTRACTORS. For iron fitnces, brick, counters, lloor railings, fi ro escapes, window guards. elevator enclosures, cabs, grille anil wiro work for all purposes. Write the Texas Anchor Fence Co. Fort Worth, Texas. tfe Rour Lnko "bprtngs Hotel," rebr'.5t and refurnished. Ratss, $2.00 anfl $2..ri0 per day. Meals 50 cents. Spec la! weekly pnd monthly rates. Hotel bus meets trains, fare 2S eenta. NOTICE Mrs. Helen McCarey will open her school of Stenography, Mon day, September 5th, 1904. .Day and night classes in dictation $5.00 per month. Positions guaranteed. Fur ther information call at rooms 13-14 Perlstein Bldg., Pearl St., Beaumont, Texas. New Phone 6. 8-31-1m Dr. Eugene I. BowsKy, SURGEON CHIRPODIST Room 2. Neches Flats Practice exclusively confined to the treatment of Corns, Bunyons, in Growing Toe Nails, Warts and all di seases of the feet treated scienti fically without Pain. No calls made except by special ap pointment. Consultation Free. Over 25 years Experience. Sheriff's Sale. STATE OF TEXAS, COt NTY OF JEFFERSON. Py virtue of u alias execution and nXl'iier (,f sale issued out of the Hon orable District Court of Harris county, one the 2utb day of July, 11)01, by Hu rler!; l hereof, in the case of Mode Alston Read versus L. Cabell Read, No. :;;'.77(). an dto me, as sheriff, direct ed and ip'livered, 1 will proceed to sell, w iiliin the bourse described by law for sheriff's snos, on the FIRST TFESDAY IN SEPTEMBER A. D., RHII, it being the Cth day of said month. Iietore the court house door of sain Jefferson coiinly, in lh; city of Heati monl. the following described proper ty; to wit : 1st. Two acres off of the south end of bt No. 'Jl according to McFaddin. W'ii ss Kvle Land Company's sub division of the Humphrey's survey for tankag.' iies in Jcff rson county. Tey. as being the same property convoye, to L. Cube!! Read by V. P. 11. McFaU dill. V. Wiess. and V. W". Kvle, rotn pusin,; the i partnership firm of Me I'aildiu. Wiess a; Kv Land Company bv ib-eil ilai.d February lMh. Pi2. and un recofib il 2nd. A pari of the obn A. Ya trh Survey in .! neisi"i roanry. Ti as. known ns pail of lilo-l; No. ""V ol 'Spindle Top lleigliis" eouiainlm: 1. eiiii s'l'iar.- fe. 1 of land I" i'lg the i.i me property owned and n;aee. tn trustee, by d..i-d dated .lairrivv 1.",ih, i:n.'. a n, I f.-r .1. nr.!. d r- m i Ml the .unit v. P d l !' I S prig,. 0'itne . .",n. ! i in .Ti I II W; UTl 1' .1 nt:e-. r.'s- cf land "i of lb. rvi v of .1. fT. 1 "t fin rot i i n'tti' y . T .i ail i t ''" nt. 1 of I.. I .il" I!. . in said Mirvi T. a- the ti'i'i1' I'v o t.i sa'islv n I'ii:-' . .' '..."1 4'. ia f:n.' 1. 1 i. .1 mo i,i - 1;. i l a :d co-t t i:iy l .n 1 t..- i' . t I K Vr i n ' l.VNTRV. .'.:! l' l": I'- S VM !T..Tvr V;' . . 1 I" i-r vi v' v; Tr-ii''a y 1 SELtCT SCHOOL. 6 Pta'l S;rcrt. ' ; 1" .- i. I :u . i: - NOTICE OF SALE BY MASTER j COMMISSIONER. In tho United State Circuit Court for I tho Eattern Dittrict of Ta, I Holding Sesaiono at Sherman. Samuel T. f'arnea et al. vi. Central : Asphalt aod lletlninB Co., ami Oeo. , V, t'ulmer et ul and Frank Doater et al. Inierveiinra. lap No. .Mi, IteaumonL I i:. No. 18, hiierman. ' Notlco in hereby given that In pur pursuance and l.jr virtuo of a d-)creo in tho ahn' rntlllcil causo of the abovo cnililed court. Honorable l. ,U. llryaiit. Judge, Uatetl tho 1 lib Uay of June, r.iut. and supplemental or der datej thrt 3rd day of AUKUKt, 19H4. and comninndlns mo to Boll tho prop erty lierelnaf.er ilescrihed, f, tlio tin ilersltrlleil Master CommlHsloner. du lly nppolntcil by Bald court In said I derail, will 8"ll at tho Court Mouse Jdoor of Jefferson county, Texas, In the 'City nltcHinmioiit. nt publlo aiih'. to tho li!licst hldder for cash, on the j first Tuesday In September 1U04, the isani j being tho sixth day of Scptcin iher, between tho hours of ten o clock !n m. and four o'clock p. m. of that day the following property described" In snld decree m follows: I Lots live 15) and bIx (C) in block 'twelve (12) of Rango "A" as doslg ' naled In tho recorded plat of tho Port Arthlir Lend Company, as recoruuu i In the oMIco of tho Recorder ot Heeds In mid for Jefferson county, Texus, !ul Ileaumont; iilso that tract or pur led of land not platted into lots b.-unded on tho easterly sldo of the I winterly lino of tho alley In the L... r.t i.loilf inn (101 In thfl Town- sito or Port NocIips; on tho westerly side by the westerly lino of said Townsitc; on tho northerly fildo of the southerly lino of tho right of way of the 1'ort Arthur Rico and Ir rigation Company's canal, on the southerly side by the ' northerly lino of Central Av.enae lu . said Tow,n,site. containing thirteen nnd ninety-one one-hundveiUhs (13 01 -Vlf-V acres of land more or-loss of the Townsito of Port Nechcs, accords to the rccord ede plat thereof in Jefferson county iTexas, including tlio ninnuiacniruiw. Irellning, storage, and nhippiug plant situated upon all or sain laim oi unjr I. ,.,,-i iii.Tfiof tn-rpthcr with all build li f.wnmmita tliereotl. OT nigs ill" iiii' s. , v., , which may hereafter bo placed on said lands, and Including all machi-m.ri- converters. stills, railroad tracks, locomotives, freight cars, tank cars, pumps, engines tugs, boats, barges, wharves, oil storage tanks, idistillato tanks, oil wells, cooper shops and machinery therein, pipe lines, privileges, leases, pump-Jig I plants and machinery, power houses, 'boilers electric plants and equip Iment and each and every article, jtool or implement in use or usod as a paprt of or in connection with tho I said plant and the operation thereof, and situated in, upoa or about said tract -of land, and also those Yfhich may hereafter be erected or placed thereon, and including all articles of icrsonal property of. any land or na ! turo, about or upon said real estate I innr including anything in tho nature of stock in trade) or usod in the operation of said plant and in the prosecution of the business of he Central Asphalt and Kolinlng Com- -,i an nnd all other fixeures in or which may bo placed m suet buildings and nnproveiiieiiis, uuu y dock privileges and riparian rights and appurtenances to said lands, to gether with tho rents, issues and the profits thereof. Said sale will be made for cash, payable when tho salo is confirmed by tho Court, but the purchaser will bo required to deposit with the un dersigned a ccrtilied check or cash to the amount of Ten Thousand Dol lars at tho time the property Is Knocked off to him, to guarantee Ihe carrying out of liia purchase. After the sale I am required to report the salo tc tho court for confirmation or such order as the court may mato. This August 4thb10O4.A nuga S-5 lm. Master Comiuiusionei. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that in nc onlance with chapter two (2). title o.irteen (14) Revised Civil bla utea f the Stale of Texan, the 'lexarkana & Fort Bmith Railway Company will lpon Ihe loth da.y of September, A. 1). ..n4 bet wen tin- hours of lu a. m. anJ t. m. proced tv sell at public auction ruin tho plnttoim of its freight depot nt Heaunioiit. '1'e.vas, the folVowmS material: ... .... llioces or spiral seam innc Hei'l pine eighteen inches in diameter 4 .... .1.... Im.Iiu . nlifl llogelher Wl'ii coin, mm . rubber parking new wiih Find pipe. w hich niaUTiai w is cinis " "f -. Aniericivii Spiral Pipu Vr :ti to h. Sanders more than three months prior to ihis dale and against which the Tcxaruana & Fort Si.i.lli Rnilway cotupaiiy hr.s a charge of four hun dred and eighty- three and r. mil ilol bus for freight, storage and demur ra "O charge. Th it Ihe pipe ronnert- .,- boll-j and rubber pacuing ne.en M i lore rieiuioiieil b ars no mark -, umber or name thereon, and has re mained in the ,,. .-.session of the Tex 'r-rKana K- Fort Smith Rr 'lw.iy cotn- pa-'v niu laime.1 f'r a space of more than 'line mon'bs since its receipt. :-,..d the oAin r thereof has fa led i' 'claim 'he -ame and pay the freight and other charges therein. 1 That out of the proceed real'red ifrimi .n id a nil fre'it ibinitrrnce and storafti' (hare. will b" .ledueied. nU.i oi-H of nle inrurTd by adver ' Ms rig. and nvi ruins if any. will ! Jliibl'suloitt to 'be ord.r or :1.' o n- . r nt; tbi' f.i'i -factory vroof of owner ifi'n hi' ti; I'.a'le 1v . f'r 'it. ii:m:i & K'-'T PM JTII . RY. C ,Pv i;r" r. in ys. N.ill & Nc.rtt, !! fcr- FALL TERM OPENS 6EPT. 1 Flumps mw ! Crer Srth S a"4 Ereadajr. I Iain--r'. T va. I A jrtr ara"T 'x d f r tT !r -'-. ?;"', a! a'l t. ti f 'i l"l'.' i... re p-' j-"'.' "i !r c ". .f n ! 1":. r ' T-: in f . '! 1 f 1 tl T a ..t r- I -'! f' -"S. A"fJ !..nil?e'4 ' ":1 jj 'Jevel'1 Bp (gal Set Complete, ready for use, on Calder, Orleans, Pearl, Austin, Magnolia, Liberty, North, Hebert. Forsythe4 Col lege. Park, Pine and Main Sts. For $25.00 BEAUMONT OAS GO. J. S. GORDON a CO. I PHONES No. 32 This Space Belongs Beaumont Coilege of Music and Art COLLEGE STREET, opposite High School. MRS. F. A. HYATT, Directress. Pinno Voice Culturo Flocutiou and Pl.yKical Culture.. Ait Violin Harmony, Sight Singing and Iand Instruments W. II. Smith. Mandolin and C.uitar Prof. .los. I.o lluono Kindergarten of Music Fnia K. Darlington Method Opens September Sth. 1 '.a 8. R. Norvell, Prssldont. Geo. C. O'Brien, Vice-President Chat. H. Stroeck, Cashier. VV. B. Llgon, Aosislant Cuulilea W. C. Tyrrell, 2nd V. P. , . , American National Banli, OF BEAUMONT. Capital Stock, SIOO.OOO.OO. Exchange Drawn on all Principal Citie of the World. W hava the only Separate Steel Safety Deposit Boxes In the City.. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY VIES Park Farm 'Both Phones One Cillon Water Three Gallons Water Five Gallons Water -Ten Gallons Water - One Barrel Water Special TicKet Discounts: 15 One Gallon Tithe ts -.. 6 Three Gallon Tichets- 5 Five Gallon Tichets - 3 Tea Gallon Tickets 5 One Barrel Tkfct 10 One Barrel Tickets 20 One Barrel TicKtts '-V Jl FE To Th .Mrs. Hyatt and Miss Pelt us . Mrs. Sarah Felix Panhs Hill Mrs. Jennie ilixby Airs. Cora Fuller Anion Navralil Lithsa Water On Credit. Cash. 10 .25 35 .50 1.00 .OS .20 .30 -.40 -.80 MOO 1.00 1.00 - .90 -3.25 6.00 10.00 97 ! 'h V. I ' f r- h I 'I f T ' '. 1 I - j; .,.-. 't i yr - Vr I- ' t-tr lu" U Call for Tickets. MISS BULL AISTIN, ; l f tL Ki." ; if at' f i a, tbt- . Old PKo"e O'iJ 'jlioiia 12- 2" C Jr . i'i Prarl St'frt.