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THE BEAUMONT ENTER PR I8E.SATUR DAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1904
BALLOTS AND GUNS i hi; election day llii'lr hiiiih ami iluuttlin ra. TliU bt p pliii eh 'I'txai where who liaiiirully tm Ioiimh In tint very front rank. I'roperiy Iiuh In. -n lioiiKlit ami Ur iH-KiiiiiiiiK of an endowment donate-l whilo other hiiiiih are coining In for (ho hiipMiri of tlm woik. 'I'h 0 iiatu iinlvt i hit lea of Mli liiKHii. KanniH ami Vlrulnlu have Hlmlliii' rhnlra which have madu for them i'civcx an honoriil plu with the fa-iiliy ami h ti(-n( h of thosu lntl tiilloim. Tim lllhlo eluilr conimltu-o eon- htH of .luilKt- T. .1. Hiowii, A. J IIIi.-rH, MrH, A. H. WilKliiHon. of Aunt In, Mra. M. M. Mlanlia. of Ua k hart; Mrs. NVnlden nml MM, Id i Vunxnnilt .InrvlH, of Fori Worth. 5 . . ... j DOES IT PAY Now h the tim? to build trut house. We are preprrru to furnish y ju the Lumber. Space does not per mit u; j tell you just how much we can save you on your purchase. :. Come and see us. .: WARRING POLITICAL FACTIONS OF ARKANSAS MAY MIX THEM. THE KIRBY LUMBER COMPANY Special Rates to Contractors. ADVERTISE? rjeoooocOeCoGono nnoooooooooo0 I ...... ...... ttmnmt ... ...... w--- () O o o o () o () o o :! ( -: ' rs - y 4".. Yt iff ,? : YOU MAY LAUGH OR CRY, Bui you cannot hKe our brand new potent G!atej from your eye It Is immaterial what shape nose your nose may be. tome in and see them BECK JEWELRY CO. LEADING OPTICIAN. i (, TALK OF MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEERS Condition in Crlttendon County Be coming Serioui Enough to En gage Attention of Officers of National Guard. ooooooooooooouoooooooooc)oq THE r- ST NATIOfIA L Bank of Beaumont Capital 8tock S200.000 Surplun Fund 100.000 Undivided Profits $71,000 Davidson, President L. M. Hcbert. Second Aost. Cashier. VV. P. H. MccFaddin, Vice-President . wicss. uirceiu.. mo. n. eiiiucii, uircbiui. W. Frank Alvoy, Cashier. W. C. Davidson, Asst. Cashier. E. C. Ogdcn, Director. con R. Levy, Director, lohn C. Ward, Director. I f-,vWf,n c-i jVIb AT. LOUEA4 fHROUG'ri SLtKPERA' Santa Fe and Jomplcte ,crvicc St( Splendid 1 ruins Harvey Dining Halls. atop-over at Lureua Springs. W. A. TU LEY, Gen ei.il Passenuer Agt.. Fort Worth, Tex. TRI-ANGLE ROUND TRIPS HAY BE rUICHASED to St. LeaU via Colorado and to Colorado via St. fault- ASKXOUR AGENT FOR JtlEM ONE WAY VlAv A"TUC nriiwrn nn a rv k. I III IJI 111 It K I J Zl 1 1 actuate daily SOLID TRAINS 71 y IS PALACE SUCPfLl dtCAf'E CARS This arrangement applies from nil points In the Southwest and Includes 'Stop-over' privileges, tli.it you may enjoy yourreal vacation ami If est In "COOL COLORADO" before or after visiting the.... WORLD'S FAIR A. A. ClISSON, Cin i Pass. fern. fl.WORIH, II MS. You can't afford to miss the great World's Fair The j-reatet show ever Juki, an education within itself, eq-'al to a journey 'round the VOI Id. Why not jjo now this month Ha'c'j a:e very low, .iLVcmixlations are easily l ad at tiastmat'e pin.es. K yo j are in elouM sbot tne cost cf a vi1-1 you can purchase a corr.j Jcte round trip mc! jdm railroad ticket, riotfl accorio.l it s with tresis, admissions to the F.-it "' 1 .'-'l ccAsnrv e jonse lr any 1 ;-TrHr of el'-vs at a cevtan f'iAcd price. tth irra-ffrt'S rll ni!c in aJv.T ce. Wr;tc us rbt jtl'us r-:ic- -Ij djy. The Coltn BtU Through Daily Trains to St. L,ovii E. W ; . t'j ft : , f . UBKAl'ME, o L' -I I : 1 K P. T. A. i i l.i I. IMI. i Hock, Kept. l!.-r.)HHll.lllty n li.iiililc lii ('ilH.ii(li)n c.iiiMly on cltcliiin ilny, .Monday next, ' Ih khk hi sled ill until ailvlccH rucolvcd loday liy Ci'ii. V. II. llnyncH, coMiiiiHiulliiK ilic HiiiK- khhiiI, who Ih nindi! awurc oi irporis t lift t purllsaiiH of Sheriff illliimsoii nro urini'd nml ready to cuiiKt from MiKHlHHlppi to crittoniloii ronniy in cuso ttiolr wrvipj-H nro i dcil ly hiin. (ion. I In ynt'H rciilli-K hy i IiIiik I he hIiiK; law mill cxprcHH iiiK i ho opinion thai n lawful liiitiu live mIiiiiiIiI In-Kin In Crillcnilon c-oun-ly for such a piWHi- as Khali ho able to i-iiI'iiito tin; Iiia'h liicrc. (ii-ticral HayiK-M In Ills reply nay: "While I am more than willing as a clllen helievliiK in law and order In Mihmll. your eommiinicutlon to me lo (iov. Davln for hl.s Inforniatlon, in veil h.-li-KM, I r-.o noi nee how the exeeiillve or anv ofllelal here nt Mt lle Hock can undertake primarily to do anylliiiiK further 'than offer their Kin d olllces to the Rood peoplo of j i riiieniion eoiinty as n iieaoemalier ami ho far as I am roncerned. I am more than wj.lin lo uo there ikh-hoii- ally and lend whatever liilluenee thai I may pohhokm h an liullvidiial toward ii HloriiiK peace lo that. Kreatly dlH (nicle.l com in tin i I y. t IN ADVISORY CAPACITY. James K. Jonei of Arkantaa Will tie Connected With National Dew' ceraltc Committee. New Yiirk, Sept. 2. Annoiim em"n wuH made at ili-mocrallc national heailiiiurterH today that Former Hen utor James K. .lotus or Arkansas will lm eoniiecleil wlih I Ins commiitoo In an advlnory capacity. Ho will not ho asslKiittd to any Kpeelal work or department, llul it Is expected that he will como to New ork and re main hero where lie can he con-ulled and Kivo the committee the- lienellts of his txperlonce.l Charles .1. Walsh, or Iowa, who was secrelnry of thu old commit te0 and .1. .IoIuihoii of Kansaa, ehulrman or the executive com mltloo durliiK the last canipnlKn have heen plaii-d in cIiiiiko tif ilepartiaenie nt national headipiarter. l-'urllier announcement Is mad'! that Col. .lames M. (iulfey of i'enn nylvanla, a nu-mlier of the executive committee will he at headipmrlei next, week and kIvc his I into and r.l- teniion to politics until the end or the campaign. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH. Corner Main and Fannin Streets. Hcrvlce:; Sunday al. II a-, m. ami S. p. m. Kpw-uih l.eaKuo at 0 p. m. Sunday Scl-ool ni jl:"o a. m. Tho official hoard will nu-et at. Hie church at ":'At) p. in. and it Is I'liilanl Hint, every member in citv be ires(-tl. Dunn & Co's. Report. Now York, Sept. 2. It. U. Dunn & Co's. weekly review of trade tomor row will say: Conlldenco Increased each week as a larger proportion of agricultural yield Is placed heyemd tho reach of Injury and Industrial un dertakings Is less interrupted i)y labor controversies. It is not to lie expect-1 ed that tho business world will sud- ! dcnly abandon its conservative altl-1 tilde, purchases being still restricted j largely to such needs as are already i discerned but th evidence of growing i disposition to provide for more re mote requirements. Dry goods slocks have been reduced much below nor- Im-'inal and fall shipments are expand- ,ing in a healthy manner. Distribution of merchandise is providing tlio rail- NX extend a sincere Invitation to ways witli a largo tonnage. ;-ll lo come mid worship Willi us. Preparations are being made to !!l rangers are '.Iwnyu welcome. Wo handle the enoinious crops and tliu have eleclrle fans, good music, cou-'-'lng to ihe weeks of August show icons n-ii'-rs, and comfortable pews, ing for thuo weeks of August show Mid on Hits accoiini our chin li .n!- a gain of 1.1 per cent over the same ways lias large 'ongrogal loiii without, time last year. resort ini: lo vonsal ional ruethods (o I'blnlii Mm ear or the people. Come ;:ml worship w'ih us. v. A. CODMIOV. Pastor. SHORT A QUEEN. Judge Rellly, Well Known Character Dead in Washington. . Washington, 1). C, Kept. 2. Judge W. Ceorge Iteilly, a well known char acter about, town, whoso familiar haunts- were around newspaper row died hero yesterday nt the Washington .'syliiin hospital from the effects of a heat stroke suffered rome time ago. Hai';ng from Virginia, he at. various t'. lifts held public olllces here and was a judge of claims commission tor that stale. Twice ho wns 1'nite.l States consul to places in Venezuela and at on., lime was consul to Zanzibar, to wl '-h office he was appointed by ro r 1 1 1 - lean presidents. fine of tho stories told of him but not niitheiili ralo.l, was ihal when tilling I ho posi tion of consul to Zanzibar he had shot tin- ipiccti of the island with salt and pepper because she persisted in balbinu in lli- uai'b of nature ill front of tin- American consulate each mII.tiiooii. Ii was said (bat he was i called for this net but the stale dop-iri in. Mil records show tint he re signed lli- Zanzibar consulate nfier li"l'lini; it a year lie. nils,, of (lie death of a iiiciiiIkt of his family. Sliclil evidence of improvement in tho matter of cotton goods were re moved by the resumption of wide price changes for the raw material an;', aggressive specula! ions. Tlio mills are naturally reluctant, to make arrangements Xor future delivery, where there is the, possibility ot a still higher pr'-s for ,raw material while buyers ure equally unwilling to tran sact business at the pesent level. Im provement In tho jobbing dry goods trade promises well for the future, however, and exports are again general. CULLEN SUCCEEDS PARKER. LOW RATES OVER THE SOUTH ERN PACIFIC I (Sunset Route) Austin, Texas and return ?!!.45 Tickets on sale September 11 and 12 Pinal limit .September :!. Austin, Texas and return.. ..S.15 Tickets on mle September i:' and II; Dual limit September 22. Colonist rates lo California points j $27.50 I Tickets on sale September 15 to October 15. Calvesloii and return t."Q Tickets on sale September 5 and (i; final limit September 11. Houston and return $'!.n Tlckils on sale Seplnili. r H. morn ing of the llth Inc.; linal limit iicp- K niber li.th. Orange, Texas and return.. On sab- Sepiember 5 and i limit September 12. i .Mexico Cily ami return. . . . . On sale September ) to I, .!ic linal ..::::.sa II inc.; linal limit "u days. 'Was Appointed Chief Judge of Court (leva. .Mexico and leliirn... of Appeals. on sale Sepiember ti to N.-w York. Sept 2. -Judge Kdgar final limit :! days. M Cullcn, of HiiHiMyu appointed clii. f Jn.lne lol win yesterday of ihe court Co. ci nor Odeil, sue Alton It. Parker, re- ippials by idling Judue signed .Indue Ciilbll is a native of llrk hti. ln-re In- van born I M-i mli r i. PPS. lie sered durum Ihe civil a! s. coinl lieiitciiani . I liile.1 Slates iiil.iiut and as .olou.l of the !'!' Ii .. York olnni.-i r inlaiilrv lie iidmiii-d to tin- bar in I'm. wrv l :i- l-i dlriel allollny from tv-.T in ls? and - .i- i-naiini-r in hi. f w 'Ii i.mk of I ri.i lM r ueiu ral on tlo i t ;.! iii -r 'I il l. ii in 17.'- In l.i b. .(s In t. d Mil-reini- "'lit ji: i . i..r a i. mi of 1 1 wars n 1 a i- . . -. iii 1 vi I .li.dm. Cull, n i a 1 1. .'.., iaf Mtid i n-iw irinc a Saliillo. Mex. ad return. . . On Kile September ti to final limit In days. .Monterey. .Mex. and return.. on sale September 0 to linal limit I" day- A. U. Atkinson. O. P. A. J K. Tool,.-. ( . . 115 II inc.; . . . JL'".'-'" 1 1 inc.; . . $i ::o II inc.: P. T. A. :i -. iirti i l. olS.' : ! mi 'I'll. f tb- i'i-rt of lm h I . i.e.. .-tl. ,", inr of N' Residence Burglarized. This it a fn-qiieiil . uraiiee ill Itoanni'int. l;. anl!es i,f the many effort-, that hair Im-oii made to pro t,ei atant ili' M- tni'lni-ht no neb ih. ar- l a ni.ht wsv tli.it muii-. m e i- hiiiti-'I and ni"i.' or l a!i:at ti s t ken. 1 he ! pi.it-'i-n acaiiiM ihc-i-buiuarii i a .kcy with tin- X l '-tial S ir, ' Co.. i,f Xi- -ik Ca t M.Hi;..mi. r K Wat -on. if -b"if atol f and par1 ii iil.it - v "I ;. f...-tii ' t '! " ' T-l. V.. i-l. r- d I-. c ..ni h: :.n par h h- W-k. t ..' -I. t-e .tte Un v-- 1 I e .- r 1 " - i i I t' Our Store will close at lO a. m. Sept. 5th for Labor Day Cele brations. Orders for delivery that day will be taken 'till closing hour, and a Special Breakfast Delivery will be made the following moaning at O o'clock Thf French MrKt Cro.Co. THIS QUESTION HAS BEEN ASKED Answer The Enterprise Proposes to This Question With a Big' IE It does not however propose to limit its answer to Beaumont or East Texas but it proposes to g'o over into Louisi ana where the Enterprise covers the ground hours before any other paper. We here quote one letter out of over a hundred the Enterprise can furnish to show that we cannot only cover Texas Territory, but that we also cover Louisiana Territory as well. Son Ami, La. August 31st. 1904 Globe Furniture Co. "Beaumont, Tex. Dear Sirs:- I haVe just seen your advertisement in Sunday's "Enterprise". Vlcase let mc knob) if yoa Will send the 3 piece Oak 'Bed-Room Suit at $13.85, F. O. B. at Beaumont, also price of Springs to fit bed; and What you Will ship the Whole for, freight prepaid. Vlcase let mc hear from you at once. J i, Very Uruly Yours, Mrs. J. E. Choppers The Enterprise Wishes to Distinctly Assert it Has No riEE LIST But it has more subscribers in South East Texas and Louisiana than any paper in the state of Texas can boast of. . If you are an advertiser and wish to reach the people of this section ask the ad. vjrtising man and if he coes not convince you, don't advertise. '