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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1004
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400
OaK, 5-Drawer
Chiffonier
Like Cut
Regular Price 8.50, Sale
Price . . 4.90
200
OaK Dresser
474
Comb. BooK Case
Regular prlct $20.0. fi.
altprlc .11.03
i
FrtBch Class, rerfuUr prlct H.OOi
Salt prlc
7.95
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528 Comb. BooK Case
Regular prlca 30.00;
Salt price .
21.65
CHIFFON
401
Oak Chiffonier
5 drawers with glass, reg
ular price 11.50;
I ER Special price - 7.80
NICE LINE SOFA PILLOWS
TO CLOSE OUT
Regular price 4.00;
S-le price - - - 2.50
Regular price 3.00;
Special price 1.75
402
DRESSEP
Something nice,
U.OOi sale price
regular prlct
. . 9.45
We Frame Your Pictures;
Paclt, Ship and Repair
Furniture
PHONES 786.
GLOBi
CO
Chairs and Tables Rented
For Entertainments.
PHONES 786.
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SEVEN I
i RAILWAY WRECK
JESSE TALBERT .OF BEAUMONT
WAS ONE OF THE VICTIMS
OF DISASTER.
VAS A BRAKEMAfToN HIE TRAIN
Accident Occurred on the Dallas Ea
tenson of the T. & N. 0. Ten
der Jumped Track and the
Train Was Ditched.
Jpkki! Talhcrf, the liralteinan win
was Injured In I In; wreck on tin' Ihil
las line c r the Texas & New Orleans
Friday liiKlil. came liiH 'lly 'I-"'
ninhl on tho 'regular passenger I'loMi
the. north. Tallifit Is a resident
of llcaiim.ml, ami lives with his
mother on l'curl st n.'et . Tin; oilier
persons who were injured in tin1
wreck woiu taken to Dallas.
II was reported here yesterday af
ternoon thai. Talhcrt was badly hint.
He Is evidence himself of tho incor
rectness of this rumor. 1 1 traveled
wnil liwanl lasl evening withoul as
sistance,, stepped oil' tin; train wlu'ii
il reached tho ili'pol here ami walked
'home, ilis Injuries consist ill' a bad
bruise on his riKht hip, cnu.eil ly b"
inn thrown a.ijaiiifM the side of lh''
coach.
The wreck occurred at 1 o : o r.
o'clock Friday nit;hl two miles
Honlli of Sloclihard and six miles
north of Alliens. The south bound
passenger due here a o'clock
yesterday iiiornliiK was derailed ly
the tender of (he edslue JunipiiiR the
track on a sharp curve. The
tender, linkage car, mail car.
coaeli lor colored patrons, the chair
car and the sleeper left the rails. In
the scramble over (lie lies .they pine
tically obliterated ::uo feel of iracli.
All but the sleeper turned over onto
Iheir sides on the rlhl of way. The
sleeper remained upright.
It Is considered miraculous that no
one vvtis killed. Six passengers of t - -total
of seventy-live were Injured,
none, it is reported, seriously. Hrit';e
nuin Talbert was the onlv one of the
trainmen hurt. The pas-oncers in tic
sleeper were liauly shaken up but the
Injuries lo nil. il is s'.ited. consisted
of snrains. luuises. hlitlil ruls. et.
Talhert. I lie worst bur! person on the
rain, is no! seriously injured.
Two small wreckers from I atl:i';
Weil' senl U: the scene t.r the wreck
and by ." o'clock !n the il.otnoon tie
track was tvlaid and I rathe retimed
Trior to that lime p.issenuers c.oinj
Miuth or north over the line were
tr.'inslei red pas! the wn-ck. I .'1 t
i i u ! t the biu wri-rker was sent lo ill
spot from Houston, as the small ma
headiuarlers In this section. He will
In; accompanied by Acting Assistant
Surgeon VirKinliis Jiahney, who will
Kivo the applicants I lie physical ex
atii'iiat ii..
In the past two days the olllces
have been In (liaise of the petty of
ficers sent here to open tlieni and to
advertise lor reeruils. Nearly twenty
applicants for eiiUsliiienl havi; been re
ceived. .Many of these are from tele
graph operators who wish to Ko Into
ihe navy as wireless telf,'rnph r ;.
This Is a new and Interesting depart
inent of the navy, as I In; ope'Tirs
will receive $:!0 a inonlh fnm. Ihe
start, will lie thoroughly ltai:ied a.-,
wireless telegraphers and then .hsikii
ed to duty at, $7!) and their livbi.; ex
pelises, elothiiiK, elc. Tin; oMicors
here, hoe er, wiil enlii t men lot all
hraiiches of the service. They will
pifihably assign a number of . men as
yoemen, the requirements tor which
are ns follows:
1. Applicants tor enlistment for
yoeman in the navy innsi write si leg
ible hand, be competent typewriters
ami have previous clerical experience.
A knowledno of slenoi;raph.v is re
quired of yoemen detailed for duty
is ; men to the oiniiiiiiidin ; ci'icef,
or for commander In chief.
. Yoemen perforin clerical duly on
board vessels of Ihe navy; are enlis'.
ed for a term of four years and lands
men for yoemen at SIR tier month, and
If practicable are nlvon a preliminary
course of instruct ion on hoard a ru
celvitiK ship. When qualified for yon
men they are appointed yoemen, thir.l
class iit t'M ner month, and transfer
red lo receiving ships as neded.
:!. Qualilleil yoemen third class, af
ter serving probationary period re
exist ami if they are recommended In
quired by navy regulations if vacancies
their coiiiiiiandiiiK olllcer are promote !
to yoemen, second class, at S !" per
month, in the same way yoemen sec
ond class, are promoted to yoemen
llrst class.' at $10 per month.
I. Yolinn men who are competent
stenographers and typewriters will lie
enlisted as landsmen lor yoemen sec
ond class, anil will lie so rated as soou
as they qualify In the yoeman school.
I. Chief yoemen are chief petty nt
licers, who receive $nn per month, and
are selected from qualilii'd yoemen,
lirst (dass, preferably from those who
have been honorably ilisi liarm'd upon
completing a term of enlistment, and
havini; reenlisted within four months.
NEWS OF THE COURTS
AGREEMENT REACHED IN CASE
OF MRS. BLAIR AGAINST
HUGH JACKSON.
ill OLD JUDGMENT ENTERED
Petit Jurors for This Week in Judge
Watt's Court Wiil Meet Tuesday
Other Court News.
An iiKi'eoinent has been reached in
the case of Airs. II. .I .lilair et al
case against HiikIi Jackson, ct al. The
case involves the possession of part
of a lot In the Tevis addition, block
ill, and has been in tin; courts lor
some time. Jackson secure;! a jud
meni against .Mrs. iJiuir, hut tin; hit
ler obtained an inunction reutrainin.v
1 1 1 in from satisfying il.
iJope yesterday
candidates for initiation.
All members of the- order and thoui
desiriiii; to become members are re.
qucstbd to be present lit
Temple, Cilbert liiilldini;, at
'I'lifsilay, Sept. Illh.
' JOHN OIK'IIAIIU,
Masonic
S p. m.
!'
WITH THE CHURCHES.
Lutheran Church.
Services at hall on Wa; hliiKton
street between Itailroad ami' Kacu
ford avenues, ln::!n o'clock. Edward
Kisher, pa-tor, 1 o r T Ililih avenue.
North End Baptist Mission .
Hunday school :::') p. in. Preach
Iiik si-rvlce 4:00 p. in. Prayer iiioct
ins Tuesday's at S p. m. . Ladies Aid
Society meets each alternate Friday
at :i p. m.
'Iiinery was not tiittii ietit to i:
coaches back on Hie it.icKs
Rle.MT. it was stated, w e 1 1 . 1
the rails in time to lotaeb to tin
due In re a? V i' llii- ni' u loie-.
train was in rliame of I"
and Coiiducmr I'm It i
IliHe l i'elt I ; t 1 : 1 1 at ;:
n:t!e
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FISHING PARTY.
Beaumont Snrrtsmrn Will SDtnd Two
Diys at Sabmr.
A party of toi;:ie I'.e:t ;
to. n !. !i i,' -i . ..i'ii ..r .i two s
COMING TO BEAUMONT.
Michigan Phographer Will Establish
Studio Here.
Word has been received by the
Chamber of Commerce- that Mr. (!.
W. Doss and wile of Muskegon, Mich.,
are comiim lo ibis city lo locale. Some
time ;iko Mr. Dosi wrole parlies here
voncci mug Ibis city as a Held where
in lo establish a photographic studio
and camera supply house. Tho r. c
commended thai be come ami ii is ex
pelled that he will be here within a
lew day. Mr. Poss is said to he a
port rail photographer of no lie on abil
ity. He will cary a complete line of
cameras and photographic supplies
and will operate a uallery.
THE TOBACCO FAILURE.
Southcn Pacific Thinks Nacogdoches
Affair Not Serious.
The Chamber of CoiuineriO has ro
eeiv, d a letter li"in Mr. He" S.
Pi ne. ol Ibe passenger d. par: :n. tit
. t I're Soiltle II P.O i!i l. '.l'U. 1 he
t.iilute "I Ihe Texas Cuban 'Ih'mcci
rollip.oiv of Naeodoehes Mr Piee.
,,,,,,, , s tlie S l-iou-lll sS ef I
l.itjiie iii so l.ir a it cit.ii- it
. I.iptn. Ill ol the to'iaeeo t, It on I
i ' ion. He sal sit .1" lllltot ' in
Ut 1 11.11 it m -
liefore .ludse
it was agreed that. ;l
liefeiiuatil paid the indebtednes.-i
anain-t her prior to October the case
Aa.s to In; dropped but mat other
wise the properly would be sold.
An old judgment, was entered of rec
ord in the tifty-eighlh district court.
I was in tin; case; of M. A. Fleming
against lien 11. Highsaw, et al. Judg
mom was secured about one year 'ago
but had never been entered. This
was done ye-tenlay. Tin; case In
volves title ot lots I and 5 of block
.Neches river park addition.
Notice of suit in Ihe llfty-eighl h dis
tdicl court was Hied yesterday by It.
Teel against V. A. Collins asking for
judgment lor $2, i on promissory
no' nail foreclosure of deed of trust.
I ne following pelit jury for Judge
Walts' court for the ensuing vo"k
have been informed to be present in
court itl !l n "clock a .m. Tuesday:
Messrs. F. P. Crow. C. N. Chenault.
Kdgar Cartilhers, .1. li. Adams, Louis
lionlage-, I). A. llihh. Frank Avery,
H. 1,. Planchetlo, W. II. Aldridge. T.
A. Itrigance, S. Feinburg, I'. .1. Flow
ers, W. X. Cecil, S. n. CaffoH. Sam
Sniolkor. Kyle Ward, lleorge ('.
Ilexes. Isaac ihirrison, II. F. Granger,
Win. Calloii, .1. N. Chasline. A. I .
Carrol!, II. It. Flinches. F.d Van
Woruier, Perry ltroussan!. J. .1. Nu
llum. W. C. Averill. .V. 1. Heady.
Forest Arceneaux, I'eter Stock.
IMPLEMENT HOUSES HERE.
Chamber of Commerce Want Beau
mont Made Distributing Point.
The Chamber of Commerce is cor
responding wiili rice and other farm
ing implement dealers of Callus and
I'm Worth on the subject of making
lleauiuoni a distributing point for ihe
character ot inicbimry used in this
section It is belie. cd it would pay
big wholesalers ol North Texas to
maintain niehoisses here, because or
the t losi ncss ul lleautnont lo the rice
lields. At present some ol Ihe linns
hae warehouses and distribute their
machinery from Houston. Tho dcal
i s have taken hold of the subject with
considerable Interest anil it is possi
ble one or iiiore warehouses will be
established her.; iti the near future
Christian Church.
The usual Ililde school and En
deavor services will be held at Mi
Christian church on Lord's Day. Th"
subject at tho morning worship will
be "My Father's Unsinoss," and 'n
the evening Mr. Holmes will use tie;
doroopticon in illustrating Iho theme,
"The Skeptic Among the Apo tles."
You can't afford to miss this service.
On-Monday evening the official board
meets in tho Tabernacle and on Tues
day at 1 p. ni. will occur the regular
meeting of the Ladies' Ait!. Mid
week meeting on Wednesday even
ing On Friday evening the children
will give a fine program consisting of
songs, recitations and drill-. No ad
mission but an offering taken. A cor
dial welcome is extended to all ser
vices.
.
St. Marks Episcopal church, corner
of Orleans and Korsytne sts ser
vice and sermon at 11 a. ni. and S
p. m. Sunday school 0:4." a. m. At
the morning service Dr. P.Ieker will
deliver a sermon on llishop Potters
Saloon. A sermon by one who is a
minister of the church of which Pot
ter is bishop.
Prof. Kirkpatrick. crginist and
;hoirniaster. wi;i lie at thu church
on Mondays nni i iiurs.tays nom 'i
lo 5 o'clock to try voices liy choir
applicants.
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WILL OPEN MONDAY.
Beaumont New Musical College Makes
I Bow Tomorrow.
Mrs F. A. Ilij I s new eonera
1 1 ' .1 . .f th i: i- I tie I'.e.eiitioul Colli te of
(Mi a- an I Art. rl ,.n li ilnom
j-,. li e ' 1 1, te lotll.itl.iH HlolHill4 at !
' : U. in ibe leu:.! li; leased I'T the
ii'm.1 ,.,..M1e til ' II th Sillix.l oil
' ..;;.;,. . t.-.i Fimii1 ;,nd patron !
t ;,. ,l,.. U till lllll lMl.itl
i ;. ii I 11 It i- .Vti.l thai la -''
11 1 1 ii. ' i v. i I I .1 '
Y. M C. A. Meetings.
Dr. (1. W. Kay. of Foil Worth,
will be in Iteauniont Mondav, "Sent
'th. !inl bi'gin a series of Bible
i. u clings in the auditorium of the
Y. M. C. A. and under the auspices
of tho association at that date.
In association circles Dr. Kay is
considered to be one of tin; finest
liilde students and instructors 'in
this rmintry.
When a man was to be selected
to conduct the Bible work at the .
M. C. A. Summer school at Lampa
sas Dr. Kay was selected ny inc.
Itesidtnt.
Mr. L. E. .brnes. former secretary
here, .wrote Mr. Helnman that he I
Wul heard that lie was inti nding to
vet Dr. Kay to come to Beaumont
ami staled that he considered lnm
i .lie of the finest Bible students in i
ibis country and that he lias a very
pleasing and attractive way of pre.
seining C'.e Bible teachings, and
that :inr who came to hear Uim
i would le well repaid.
I This wi 1 not be a revival meet
, ilig. but a meeting the purpose of
i which will he lir interest ti'o indi
vidual in the -tudy of the Bible ami
to stimulate a desire for personal
Mndy and research.
j Meitiims will be held each day
at I" a. in. ami S : 1 - p. in. and rr-
rv one is itiMted In atti n.i.
i li is siiuui s'i'! tha' you bring
iiiir Bible and our note book, as
I'm trui is will le presented, or
i.'.i truths pte-cnted in a new way.
ai. id. as wil lc simm.-'el whuh
ion will wan! to note iind ke. p.
CHILDREN'S SHOES
School Will Open Shortly. Have you caatidered your children's!
: ; Footwear. This is always left untili
the last moment. :- : We are fixed for your Boys or Girls.
All our Fall SCH0LL SHOES are in better than ever, but prices just as low.
Come Around and Look Them Over.
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Will Be Closed all Day Monday LABOR DAY.
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Magnolia park
SUNDAY
Afternoon -Evening
3:30
... 8:15
Gentry Spec
ially Company
Electric Theatre
Kyle Theatre Orchestra
Monday evening
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE
ParK admission FREE
NOTES
1
AND
PERSONALS.
yr. ami Mrs. Kobt. S. lireer are re
joicliii; over the arrival of a linle
uraiid daughter born to Mr. and .Mrs.
W. W. Crocr at Abeline. AuS. "L Mr.
Cieer was formerly with I lit" Kirov
Lumber I o. lu re.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
MISS L. E. FRUIT DESIRES TO
ANNOUNCE TO THE LADIES OF
BEAUMONT THAT SHE HAS PER
MANENTLY LOCATED AT 812
PEARL STREET, WHERE SHE
WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET ALL
OF HER OLD FRIENDS. DUE AN
NOUNCEMENT OF HER FORMAL
OPENING WILL BE MADE IN
THESE COLUMNS LATER.
a, r r. tic no- m.-it .,- vn :e
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om r iti- ii-i ii ry, recur
a July aril Au-u-t.
nnktiow n in Cie - H ih
' ro nn Santa Fe Rv. in JaFiier
c-'iuity; t,ii am-x cleared up; balance
ti;.- uik limber at $r,.iMi jmt arro.
i"u a.re in Jaipi r rountv. fine ak
I'mW near Santa Fe Rv. al r. no
i-i m r-. ..-ii a-nn. J.i-r count r.
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buds of I Ii'?.rin "
;s,p e to -ii M t-V'-Va.
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i-iiin lur
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h.iv
f. r and find r!-- t imnnTniy frnfi
h- ai'm-nf. and ruin- !,v cons ih'r
r.ti;ir'v f. r a ff-ii-l n a w y ar
ar- s;o,i i-i j rin; i. i. -"v i -tr. -l.
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ar Santa le Ilr l,mi. I. r
will nt :. Hon per an-, price $; im
p. r aire. r.jn a, re .lastxr i-..,.,,.o.
;ear fcama Fe Rr fm oak timlM-r.
! siimat.d will mt i.i.imi Ui-t jot t'r.
z fi.e tie or !avi- preposition.
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