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T who hnv lriiv''rl in r m:ny I, nil. V hu liuta liruVnl Ilia rlM i.f Ilia y vim Iiavb tin ml Hi nll-nxtraliilnif IMII.IM Of 'lull roiiflni ninit un. tli.il ye iiiIhM A amli-n-r r I In- enrlh, fay imw if Vf linn lusl ihiire Mhiu: in the furtti- rml trta M'hwlflll llltf Culli HllK l.tl Ml I.TIlIll' Pay, imiH.r, l.uvw ) n iiukIiI of 11111' j Or In Ihn arnrill for mini) nm lr;iini utriiniU llnvn mi-ii, Ilk., a il.i'iJ umui Hi !. A K'MHlly atrrti-h f Klnl nml uiki miii.la. A iiira'llNn iif Iniplr vlhf iiml lw Kiilr Ainlmi, Mliirn Arthur ilvnll-fvi-u Ii Vim oiiri- wan lnr1 of niant tin mill.". '.Vliiii' liliflmi aim rlula In lila uh'i hay, Irim-lir, Imvr y ai-n uiitilil "I inrai'7 Or hnvi j-k f.ijnil whiTK Hint I Ii-mI M- fihilH aiamia Willi 1...I l'..liti lit l.nn iiiiulil III lli V'Iiiti' fiiiiniiiliia irliiK lli. 1 1 with npi-M iiaiiiia Hiim-iim fiuiii nirr'a rlillllnu inlN.'rv Kin k In k ill. I lili-Kti run Ju)iiiihly ant irii WiirmliiK ol'l Itmti" to iilhnrv mul i-ii"'. Ahd illi'l lit jiiiru'iii i ki-ihIm "HiiiiJnl" Buy, inuikr. Iiavc p ....'it .uk!ii ! tlliHf? l.'K.NV'it. Ah, prlnco. nil nun rli.ill ! ilu-m i-vi ii IV'.'ilh h our HluilJfii. try rnlil 111' hivr'.; Till linn vii In In l In- 1 1 xlliin. nun liKi-if; Bay, liavi'lnr, liivo yo win iiiiIiI ' Ni'W iirli'.m Tliiii'i-Di'iiiinTiil. RASPBERRIES FOR SUPPER By HKitMi i: i-imkk Sii'ht nt tlio old nil furm Ihmhu V'Iiiti; former l'rtrr Wlici lcr ami IiIh wlfo had lived for a nrirt of yearn InJ licen ovit fur lutlf mi Imiir. The gray-haired hiiHlmnd it smok Ins IiIh plpo iiiiiIit the clirrry tree at the corner of tlm house, when Aunt Juno, IiIh wife, rnimi out to tula' a (tout on the liotiie-uiuila bench liesiilo Mm. "Look h-liero. inn," n:ild Vnrle. 1 'li ter, ns ho limited out Across I ho Har den, "I've lieen wondering v.lmt'H tlm matter with Knte. Sim hnsn't been 'tull like herself for the past month." Kate was their 18-yeiirold daughter nnd Mure were plenty of people who cnlled her the hello of lii(;liiiin town ship. "She got cold nnd hud a rash break out on her, you know," wan th" reply, "hut there's notlilu' to he fcitI over. I think these hot days mako her Hint o' stupid, too." "It's the first I've ln'iird about a rash. Kalu ain't no baby to be hevin' mmIioh. I tell ye. ma, that pil's j;ut (uinthln' on her mind." "Pooh! 1'och!'" "Wall, I believe it. She nse.l to be fdiiKin' nnd whlstlln' nnd f iH in' up from morn till night, and now ihe's as (lumpy hh a slek lamb. Yes, sir, sun thln's worryln' her, and I'm Jest k'oln' to find out what It Is." "You are Jest goln' to let things ftlone nnd not go pokln' iirouud," said Aunt .)ii(. "Then tell me what'n the nii'tl i. 1 was I lit iik in' to-day that Joe Kidder hadn't been over here for lor -why, inn, It must be a month since he was here. Has she and .loo hail a spat?" "All lovers have spats. Didn't, you'll mo get mad a dozen times over? If Joe Kidder wants to slay away, no one's goln' to lasso tind ding him over here." "I was down In the back field to-day whoro ho was workln', and 1 thought lie was pnrly giumpy. If I'd known what I do know, I'd told him what was what, lie's n good 'miff feller, and vouhl probably make Kate a good husband; but ho mustn't he gmwliii' around like a soie-heaileil hear. I'll make It my business to " "To ntteml to your business, pa, nr.d Hint Is to keep still and say nut bin' to nobody but mo. When a gal's mother don't know how to carry her through a little spat with her lovi r. no one else need try. I forbid you to say one word to any livin' snul." "Hut I'm her father." protested I'll le I'ete. waving Ills pipe around nn til the tobacco fell out. "And tM's ju-t Hie naMiii you -V&Y 1 Of fs'- e l 'l '7 ' , . , . I but I'm her father!" prtteattd L' -.c Perry. fNild a- p qu i t ttiii n J. ! in ".ri in tie . V l-i'"'- "I"aiii' hi?i I..'-a I. a In .m! fi-tin ." rwr rr ."r !in?" Miet bi It -Axl "11 r '' .f l'r- f tir- tt..t tti-r?" J "Yin. I)i. attfi rr..i-ri. -at. .)rk a vmrl ' fn"" "I I" ?T'- In rcjifT. lil 1V" a in -Tc js T f rti" : i " ! "T'rtl "tt f 'f- ' i; ' ' j tl,i. jei' " '! ! ..' .' - at ho vigoroualy trotted ber f taut. "Ton Jesl leave I hem rlljerrlu to nie, or you e't mi aupper tall. It m tma to me that tho oldir mao vrowa the tHi aenae he haa la lilt bead." Next duy. aa aaccrtnliied by Aunt Jana from an upper wludow, Jim Kid der dug Hht l.oloa by the raapberry poKli. Aunt Jut obaerved Ibat tie wax not making Ihn dirt fly to any appalling extent, hut be wnrkud like a inuu wIioho fluiimhta were rl-.ii- where, and ho took real every few I nitiiutea to Khince at tho old no in ill He. At S o'clock In the afternoon t-hf wont down Main and trnlil to the daughter, who ant on the front Imku with n Isxik uprldo down in her Imnd: "Xutu, I want you to go down ulmiK tli- nuHliire fence to tho crook und gather ruHplitrrlea for nupper. Fa anys there are heapa of tlioui down tlerc. Take that twtenuart tin huHin I hougl.t the other day. The girt aiarted off. Her motha looking after her, suw how little mi hltlon slio hud, and chiirldeii to her self: "You'll come hack walking on your heels. MIsh I.ady. or I'm no lirophet; nnd I shouldn't wonder If there'll lie four of iih to supper InMcad of thri e." To give Miss Kate dm- credit, (ho lit Cy:' ; Aim ' WK1 KM 4 I "-v CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Half Cent Per Word, If Paid in Advance, Positively One Cent a Word If Charged. V ? i No Ad. Uk for lata Iktn 25c. Ait ordered to ran till farther notice will bo charged till ordered out. 3 3 WAN ! ly Snl'lne Trwtu " I)eweyllle, Texas, I'.'i III "M linn H 1 1 in k, slack, iiml load lumber on He yard and ui phuier. tiood wages nn peliiililient imployinelll. MalTiei lllill pnlelied. No letters lllliittil'ii apply in per. on lo V. C. (irny, Dewey llli-. Ti ax-.. 11 1 11 VANTKI Men to (iinvass nnd collect, tiood place for the rigiu in mm j:!K l--' Cioclietl Mieet, Itiaili 2 nnd :i. Millard Hid ti. f 1 '-"V WANTKD ICxperlenced woman or girl II 'f ! yeui'S OKI, to ussisi ueiieral housework. Hood wugei- i(o the right pnrly. full or addnss .Mrs. J. W. Joi'iluii, splnuie iop lieur depot. '. t 41 P. WANTKD-I.ady or genl leinaii ol fair education to travel for u firm of fL'.'iii.iiuo capital. Halary I."T: T r year and expenses pitid weekly. Aiidr'ess wllh slump Joseph A. Alex ander, lleaiimoiil. Texas. U-4 Hp. NOTICE Of SALE BY MASTER COMMISSIONER. In the United States Circuit Court for the Extern District of Teata, Haidma Seaaiona at Sherman. Ranniel T. furnea bt at. vi. Contral Ahiihalt and ItetilllllR Co.. and (H-a. F. fulu:er et ttl aud Frauk Poster et al. luttrveuora. J-:. No. CM, Ileaumnnt. i:n. Nu. 18. hneruian. Notice is hereby given that In pu purHimnce and ly virtue of a ducrea I.. Dm aiio.'n Olltlllod CSU80 Of tllO ttbovo entitled court, Honorable l. iv iirv.int Judce. dated the 11th day of Juno, l!iul. nnd BUidouiental or ii... .l iie.l i tin :!rd dav of August. liXH, aud commnndlns mo to soil tbo prop- erty hcreiniir.er uescriuou, i, iuo uu iIiti.Ilmii.i1 Master foillllllsKloner. (tu- !iv aiiiinlnicil bv Raid court iu said depreo, will 8'1I at the Court House noinu 'uonr oi ji'iierM'ii cuinii;, i u, m imw F)ll HUNT. Nice'y furnished Trout room with nil conveniences. Opposlt court house, Ills J'cnrl St. yi-::tp. FOR rtl'N'T. Nent, newly impored mil painted eight room collage; $J0 ner month. Aimly 70S Holmes nvo. New 'phono linn. 8 ::i ::tp. WANTKD First class hoard for olio nt Kirbyvillo. Adddress C. M. Jones, Kirbyvillo, Texas. Ill 4ip. WANTKD "i0 Ilritk Handlers al once ut l-oeh, Tex. D a-2l WANTKD Cash offer submitted ou total assets of an oil company, includ ing ouiside lands; four (1) wells Spindlu Top, ollleo fiirnitiiro, etc., all clear. Any cask offer will ho submit ted by mo to owner. Address Lock llox 7! lleutimoiit, Texas. 0-3 3lc WANTKD Stenographer and as sistant bookkeeper for oil company. Salary $73 per month. Address I'tox 110. 9-2-Stp WANTKD. Cent lemon deslrijit; 1st cImkm tiiblo board, close in. can seeure sunn; by culling at 073 Klizabelh St. Old 'phono 4.ri8. twp. WANTKD Contract for four foot pine wood, car load lots. Can fur nish any amount. Spurlock, Jlox 14, Warren, Texas. 8-Jl-Jinp WANTKD F lets nnd graders; al so lumber handlers. Wages $ 1.50 to $l.7.r. per day. Address Keith Lum ber company, 1'. O., Voth, Tex. h-.juuc Each was dying to make up. did not know that Joo Kidder was nt work there, so slui had no part to play. She wandered along In nn aim less way until phe renehed tho rnr.p berry bushes, and then she iis gathering the luscious fruit. She hud boon at work ten nihility hen Joe, ,traightenlng up to rest Ik back, dot tVleii her presenile. His heart gave a Jump and a slid ill wepkness took him III the Kneen., Mis first Idea was to rush to the fenci; and iiddri'BB her, but ho suddenly re membered that she had been aggres sively independent, and that he owed something to his dignity. Two minutes later she had discov ered him. Her first thought wan to wp.lk away, but she did not propose to let Joe Kidder think she was afraid to l.o.i him; there) ore she began tn hum a tune as the berries fell into the dish. ft. wiir an awkward, embarrassing situation for both. Kneh was dying to iiiukp up. ...it jus, now . .-... anted. For TJ. S. Army: Able l,ro lings was the piizmc. h.dld unmarried men between ages A poor, Innocent rabbit solved tho ?. . citi,Cn9 of United States, dilllciilly. He was hidden under the f , character and temperate habits, who can spoak, road and write Knglish. For information apply to Recruiting Officer, Fostoinco Ilulld lug, noauniont, Tex. 7-3 e.o.d. tf FOR RENT. Klllt IlKVT .". Iioioiin In lid of low ii, mar cur line; also'City oltellaumont. (it piihlle a He, to .. .... . . . . I . - . . ... I M 1. . V. A liiiiilMieii riMim near Keiinnce .miii tno u'giiost Kl'J'ier ior cubu, uu i"w ii 1. 1 per iiionili. Apply IIJ7 Chan-' first Tuesday In Septerahor 1101, the Ion hi reel. iM u p. Uaum being i lie sixth day of Sep' em- I. .... I ... . Alni.lf - ) tier, lier.veen nio noura oi leu uui. FOR KKNT One 8 or room a; in. nnd four o'clock p. m. of that house for rent. Apply 23') MiiIIh i i y I ,ay tho followlliu property described iireei or .Mrs. Trallor. ! 1 ;iip. (l Knlil decree a follows: I.ota ftvo (3) nnd six (C) In block VI-M.. ...... . I Jnv ll l It .I..UI... iv r. rioni xooiu.i nir n iii ; inn twelvo Klil or linage a ub u.-ni-lio used for light house keeping; j niitod In tho recorded plat of tho Port m toons. 373 Al Hani street near I'oai 1 1 Arthur lJnd Company, ns recorded In tho ollleo of tho Recorder of Deeds in nnd for Jefferson county, Texas, at Ileaiinioiit; also that tract or par cel of land not platted into lots bounded on tho onstorly sldo of tho winterly lino of tho alley In tho rear of block ten (10) In tho Town site of Fort Neches; on the westerly sldo by tho westerly lino of aad Townslto; on tho northerly sldo of tho southerly lino of the right of way of tho l'ort Arthur Rice and Ir rigation Company's canal, on tho u.iithni-u eIiI bv tho northerly line of Central Avenue in snid Townslto, containing thirteen and nmeiy-one one hundredths (13 91-10(1) acres of land more or less of tho Townslto of Fort Neches, nccord'n,j to tho record edo plat thereof In Jefferson county Texas, Including tho manufacturing, reilnlne. storage, and shipping plant LOST Ladies' w atch, hot ween situated upon all of said land or any ttou'io unit l.'li'tclicr lni-it hulls'! I .,n t tiwirnnf together with all build- - i.l b v. --.-,- -- Hunting case, engraved "M. K. Y."jnKS and improvements thereon, or Suitable reward for return to ("')' which may hereafter bo placed on .. .I..... ... ... .. l...l,..li.. nil inaihl. "i said lanus, auu iuciuuiuh u nery. converters, suns, rumuau i.,.ni.-a loromotives. freight cars, FOR RENT Handsomely funil.she.1 rooms for rent, fdll! Kli.ahelh. two blocks from 1. O. New phono 210. 81-lU-mp. 1 FURNISHED ROOM3 Elegantly furnished rooms, with or without meal HPlclg apartment. 2-5-tfc LOST. ieai- SI. MISCELLANEOUS. enirlnea tugs, boats, HO IK Trice and Johnson for Wood barges, wharves, oil storage tanks, . . .... . ..... i . t.n nll ....IIli ..nnnfir ri.ii 1 1 coal. Itinic tin 'nlioiio lu.'i. and iL will bo delivered to you at once. 0-4 line ART WORK Orders taken for nrt work in oil and water colors, burnt Leather and Wood, Embroidery nd Kino Needlework. Christmas oruors a specialty. IvJISS CORA FULLER, 8-7-30t S'O? Caldor Ave. niTYBRS AND CONTRACTORS. ITor Inm f'.nees lirlelf. coimlnrs. floor jrallings, fire escapes, window guards, lOiovnior enclosures, cans, grino arm wire woric ior an imrposos. vvrn.e me Texas Anchor Fence Co. l'ort worm Texas. WANTKD The public to know that Tatiirn llros. pay highest prices for Second hand goods of all kinds. Im mediate service. See us before you sell. (552 Orleans St. 8-22-1 nip WANTKD I want to be a house girl or a nurse. 1152 Concord St. raspberry bushes, nnd when Miss Kate got too close lo lli lit he bolted. Tho noise caused tho girl o scream out. Joo rieheil to the fence. ' What is !t, Kate what is it?" She pointed to the rabbit loping (.cross the clover field, and Joo con tinued : I diilu'l know but what It was a black snake. I saw one on this side yesterday, and - and " He mounted the rails, but as he reached the top he paused. Didn't dignity require something of him? Wasn I he going ahead too fast? "I don't think there are any snakes her-," renmi'l.ed Kate, with her back to him. "but " .-Mio waited there and Joe wailed, and by and l a happy inspiration eilllle to him. "Itiit I might help you pick rasp Inn; n f'T nipper?" Wyes." A l "ur bit r A'le.t Juno f.nv a hap py -.t "f lovers appiiiaehirc. lier I a Iti of berries borne aloft, and nn she linili.'ii from tliini to I'ncl'.' I'ete, ,.. ;i th'1 gs'ill !.. "In1 sni.l- "Ti;e In a of l'H ni'rin' lnfr;e'f up mi i luMi-' ipmrn F He''', buvi- vep r.ii.'.l lien l.irrvrr. When be titnis 1 ..f re aid sees Kate sTtiilm' in I vf.-: .In mid t :nt blK dish i f ra -p hi Tii ' V .ill. it's a pod thii.P f. r !'a W'.ii li r that he's got me to In'-k all. I l.'.u' " Tclllnij Him the Truth. ' 1 tMt k , WlU e ts b ull. tin- t,, in. I e." "..lid hU tm-tb. r. '1 i-h "! miiM i p. ui: t him aU -.it It " Wl-it -tin'! I ny to him?" f-ked f-e lier V . t. ! Mm to t. II the truth, i f -. in " Ai.f fid M .:. 1 -.' v.' ive t. tnr't r WANTED Tho Enterprise ha'5 some Gasoline cans and Ink barrels for sale very cheap. 7-8-tf-illa. Talnm llros. pay highest pi ices for household goods. See us before you buy. 0,"i2 Orleans St. 8-22-1 nip FOR SALE. FOR SALE. Trade Kr Lea.se Saw Mill. Ilriek Yard, Flailing Mill, Sheet Ironworks, Rice Land and Live Stock. Address (i, Enterprise ollice i)4 Dtp. FOR SALE Nice clean slock gro ceries, small lot licnls Furnishing tennis iu the slock, (iood established trade; sell lo cinplcyes of Hoaunionl Ilriek Company which pays off twice u in. mill. The company holds out Mole inventus for you. (liod deal for righi parly. See P. P. Jackson al II. -allium. I Utick Yard for particu lars. 2 wp .1 Villi.- rttily mil fM! . r pel mi a " . r 1 'ip. I. -.k i t l ui i. 1 i.. N.. I Tlt t ,rt 1- tnd v"i Kte 1- rt 1.. t.-f It ' . t. M lii ft- -I di it. a r- ' ' iii n a j ' . LAND III Yi:i:S 1 have :i."i" acres of g.in.i fruit laud for t-nlo; ,'.u clean d up; ti;i 'am ii lias good nnk liuilior oil it. ..ir S.inla Ft', Jasper eoiinly. Frieo fl .".'i pi r .n vo; tillo perfect FOR SAL!:. - I"" acres of fine fruit lam! mi S.inla IV R. It.. Jasper Co.. pi .. .- $: ..ii. Felt SAI E.- M'i acres id oak nnd pine l.iii.l in . t i m nniiily, cut 7 ""ii ti ,n re, price $."i."ii per acre; ti I !e pel f.-cl. I'mi; S l.l-: . H'.'l acres of long leaf pin.- I. lie I in -Willi eieiiuy: line ft lli I land mi iiranue K N.ui hwestot ti R. R. Cut 7.""" f.-ei f pine it a- re Pric $' e,i; ;,t ,. m a; th,. iiUi,. landsd nro t... Al p'v to OWNER. Care l.i. t-ri ti.c f. 3i-lwc Sour Lake "Sprtngs Hotel," rebuMt and refurnished. Rates, $2.00 and $2.50 per day. Meals 50 cents. Spec, lal weekly and monthly rates. Hotel bus meets trains, far 2f cents. 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 Ladlea go where the crowds go, all are going to see those nice gas stoves, and they are having them put In too; it is time and abor saved to have gas put in, your house, we have many streets that we have no gas mains, but will get thftin all soon. Calder tvenue, Hebert, Magnolia ave nue. Liberty avenue, Crockett, Pearl, Park, College, Forsythe, Orleans, South Park, Austin, Bowie, Pine, Bon ham, North and Railroad avenues, that la a few streets wi fcro ready for you. tfo. distillate tanks, oil wells, cooper uhons a ml machinery therein, pipe linos, privileges, leaseis, pumping plants and machinery, power houses, boilers electric plants and equip ment and each and every article, tool or implement in use or usod as a paprt of or in connection with the said plant and qie operation thereof, and situated io, upon or about said tract of land, and also those which may hereafter be erected or placed thereon, and Including all articles of personal property of any kind or na ture, about or upon said real estate (not including anything in tho nature i. i Lmial nr used in the ' OI BtUCIV 111 L1C"W - tfo operation of said plant and in the prosecution or me uuanirai Central Asphalt and Kenning Com pany, nnd any and all other fixtures in or which may bo placed in suet buildings and- improvements, and all dock privileges and riparian, rights and appurtenances to said lands, to gether with the rents, issues aud the profits thereof. Said sale will be iriade for cash payable when the sale is confirmed by the Court, but the purchaser will be required to deposit with the un dersigned a certified check or cash to the amount of Ten Thousand Dol lars at the timo the property is knocked off to him, to guarantee the carrying out of his purchase. After the sale I am required to report the sale tc tho court for confirmation or such order as the court may mate. This August 4th, 1904. DON A. BLISS, 8-5 lm. Master Commissionei. 10-Piece Toilet Set at Nickel Store for $3.00. 854 Pearl St. . . i THE COTTON BELT DID IT. A WEEK AT THE WORLD'S FAIR Tile Cotton Holt lias put on the very low rate of $l 1 .7 for the round trip, Shroveport. to SI. IiOiiis. These tickets will be sold September It. 4, ti. 12, 13. "ii and 27. These tichcis allow seven days in St. Louis, and will be honored on our ."St. Louis Train" in its Chair Cars and Han.l- smno Day Coaches. Don't forgel tbo dates, and thai tickets should bo by the Cotton Heli from Shrevopoit. The St. Louis Train Ieave Slirevo port at 4:l"i p. lit., ami arrives at St. Louis t1::'.n next nun nig. Write L. P. Snii;li. T. P. A.. L'lS Miliiui Si., Slnvveporr. La TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that in ac ordanco with chapter two (2), title ounce,, (14) Revised Civ.l Statutes f the State of Texan, the Texarkana ti Fore Smith Railway Company will ipon the 10th day of September, A. D. ti betweu tlu. hours of 10 a. m. an3 p m. proced bj sell at public auction ruin the platfoim of its rrcight depot at lteaiimont, Texus, the following material: , . . cniml Beam riveted Meel pipe eighteen inches in diameter loeether Willi coin. uk """ -rubber packing new wi.h said pipe, which material was c"''B'ilu American Spiral Pipe vr..s u. .v. u. sJntwlerH mora than three months prior to this date and against winch the Texa.kana & Fort Sm.lh Rn!wa company has a charge of four lmn- ilrod and eigmy uino ami . law for freight, storage and demur rau-e clian;o. Tint tho pipe connect- ;n - bolts nl rubber packing neroin lieforo mentioned bears no mark number or name thereon, and has re linain.d in the possession of the T,ex H.'ana & Pert Snutn uau y t-"u-n.inv nnclalinod for a space of more , h:in 'lin e nu'li'hs- Finco its receipt, and 1ho oa ner thereof has f.vle.l . clPini tho same and pay the freight and n. her charges there-m. That out of the proceed realizeil fmm aid Falo. all freii--lit demurrage j nnd K'orrce charaos w ill bo deducted, i aU.. co-im of ilo incurred by adver ijvms. nd ovcrnlus if any. will bet . . i.. i.i ,,i,i,.,t in I m nril. r or :no mn-; i'oom L, neches MatSi,,, '.,. K!,tiKf;iciorv in.nf ot owner Home killed beef. veal, mutton. nork and iioultry; Trcadaway btii.d iing. Lamp Sale Tuesday at Vaughm. Dr. Eofieae I. BowsKy, SURGEON CHIRF0DIST L I lei Set Complete, ready for use, on Calder, Orleans, Peat 1, Austin, Magnolia, Liberty, North, Hebert. Forsythe Col lege, ParK, Pine and Main Sts. For $25.00 BEAUMONT GAS CO. I J S. GORDON CO. !MrT.?8aBm'l'iiimi,TlWB GRAIN rim PHONES No. 32 oo(oocooooooo ocjot:o0'-cwoo0'oco 8 s This Space Belongs To The Beaumont College of Music and Art COLLEGE STREET, opposite High School. MRS. F. A. HYATT, Directress. Piano i Voico Culture Elocution and Physical Culture. Art Violin Mrs. Hyatt and Miss IVtt.ua . airs. Sarah Felix I.,ml;s Hill Jlrs. Jennie Hixby , airs. Cora Fuller Anton Navratil Harmony, Sight Singing and Land Instruments V. II. Smith Mandolin and Guitar l'rof. Jos. Lo lluono Kindergarten of Music Unia K. Darlington Method Opens September 5th. B. R. Norvell, President. Zht. H. Stroeck, Cashier. W. C. Tyrrell, 2nd V. P. Geo. C. O'Brien, Vice-President W. B. Ligon, Assistant Cashiori American National Banft, OF BEAUMONT. Capital Stock, SIOO.OOO.OO. Exchange Drawn on all Principal Cities of the World. We have the only Separate Steel Safety Deposit Boxes In the City... UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Park Farm Cilhia Water Both o& Phones i i .nt . . t- i.l. I T 1 ' 'p l I - 11,1, till I, i:. ii. ri'ti sti i: . . . --t.i . . ...... I . . 1 . . I ' T. I ll . f,-...h i'h Frertlre excias'.vciy coiunea 10 ire mn i -' mt '..'- 1 " ,., ' .i . . -r r I.. Ti:M,KN & H'ul ;n iti. t'i. i.i irriimrni v i tui t -, vuiivu. i Gro inf Toe Nil, Warts and all di- : 1 fically mithciot ri. On Credit. Cash. 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One Gallon Water Three Gallons Water Five Gallons Water Ten Gallon Water One Barrel Water 10 08 - .25 20 .35 .3Q 50 40 1.00 80 Special TicKet Discounts: 15 One Gallon TicKcts 6 Three Gallon Tickets -5 Five Gallon TifKMs 3 Ten Gallon TicKrts 5 One Barrel Tickets 10 One Barrel Tichtts 20 One Barrel Ticfceti $1.00 1.00 1.00 .93 3.25 . 00 10.00 Call for Tickets. IIVg'Agmi'Tf mm i..r-,r1 o oi 6 I 3 'I U. r