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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPKiaa SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1904.
CAMPAIGN OVER IN ARKANSAS FIRE AT MEMPHIS IN $20,000 AT SIIEEPSIIEAD BAY SOLDIERS EASY II GRAFTERS CLEAR WEATHER EFFECTS WHEAT SLIGHT DECLINE FOLLOWS PRE DICTIONS OF FAVORABLE WEATHER. ma musiere a rociot Corn Maintained a 8teady Tone Ow ing to Kansas Crop Report Show ing Decline of 6 Point In Condition. COSTS $600 REPUBLICANS HAVE ONLY ONE CANDIDATE, MEYERS FOR GOVERNOR. ORIGINATED IN A GROCERY COMPANY BUILDING. FROM UNKNOWN CAUSE. LSI WE m ESS THAN HALF GEN. M'ARTHUR SAYS THEY NEED PROTECTION AND WILL GET IT. UNABLE 10 f IGilT WEY SHARKS "STALWART" TOOK CENTURY STAKE ON MILE AND A HALF TRACK. ONE OF CLOSEST FIMSHES OF YEAR davis mine ics inn kin Hal Pledged Himself to Recommend That Negro School Fund Shall Depend on Texas Paid by the Negroes. I.ltllo Rock, Sept. .1. Tlio slate cam pfiinn rinsed toiltiy nml tlin election fur statu and ('(iiuiiy nllleeis will lie liHtl Mnmbiy. An iirllvo ciimviikh linn bell Hindu liy liotli ilenincnils uiul re publicans ami I ho latter ar cliilmlnK tonllii Unit tlii'y will iiiiiiirlally re duce l ho democratic majority. Other limn n noiiiliii( fur coventor, I mi ry S. Meyers tlio republicans liuve no state candidates. (lov. DiivIh In ili( democratic nom inee for a tlilnl term. Tlio other run. illiliili'H for Koveriior are, J. 10. Wll liuiiiH, prohibitionist nml Win. 1', Norse, HOClllliSt. Tlio democratic Klillo ticket, except fur governor ban no opposition. Two proponed iimeinlmciiis to tlio roiiKlltiitlon will he voted upon. Onu Increases the Dumber of mipremo conn Indues from llv to six, nnU the other approvoH first nml second class cities lo Issue bonds for public Im provements, -i . Approximately ISO.tino vo(or will be polled and the democrat Is managers claim that Oov. Davis will nuve a plurality of rio.HOO or more. Tlio repiibllcan nianaers say that many democrats will scratch Davis ami vote for Meyer and that the lat ter will receive a lance vote. While state issues have liRiired largely in Ihe campaign. Oov. Oaivs in his speeches throughout the state has em phasized tlio race question. lie bus voluntarily pledged nimself to recommend to the legislature that, the school funds be divided so as to miiko the negro public schools de pendent upon taxes paid by the no groes. AT MANASSAS. By Monday the Largest Peace Army Ever Assembled will be In Camp. Camp Number 1, Thoroughfare, Va., Sept 3. The two division camps at Manassas and Thoroughfare are be ing populated rapidly with state mili tia. Special troop trains are constant ly arriving at the two camps and can vass cities are springing up among the bills with startling rapidity. The dertaining tracks were utilized and illustrated to the militia and also the regular troops. Bv Mnndav morning, the largest peace army ever assembled will be In ennin and ready for the mimic warfare to begin at midnight Mon day. The charge has ben made that the Government is paying for elaborate dinners at corps headquarters atten ded by officers in full dress and by other guests. This is said to be in accurate as the officers of Gen. Cor bin's staff are paying for the officers mess. Burned Their Storehouses. Tokio. Sent. 1. Noon. Field Mar ui.nt nvnmn roDoi'ts that the Itus- si.ins burned their store houses near l.iao 'lain on Saturday. Gen KuroXi leaving a force at Satsuago to protect his right ank, has swung sharply westward to reach the railway and pnevlnno l.iao Yang. Oynma's fert and center armies are s'.ill attaining Ihe Russians south and west of the wall of l.iao Yang. See our 10c Counter. Nickel Store, 854Pearl St. Will bring you one hundred cents worth of value if invested here in Hardware. We aim to give and do give the best values in the city. If jou need Hardware you will save mon- by buying here and now. E. L. Wilson Hardware Co i V.WIES8 & SON . Flr. River and Marine, Aecld-mt J I and Tor" rb Insurance Estsb- irtaomont, Tctsj. Hebert & Hebeft. BUrCHERS and Dea'm In Live Stock. Lnt cat for arm " ) ot BO"-r-w. Bt s.4 pork Gi a a tali IL1 afa'a ntwt. 6' Ih HEBERT A HEBERT One Fireman 8erlous'y Injured by Falling From Ladder. Six Others Were Overcome by Dense Smoke. Memphis. Sept. 3. Fire on Front street. In the heart of the wholesale district nt an early hour today, de stroyed property approximating near $i:ni,noo. The llro originated In tlio Oliver Finnle Grocery Company building from an unknown cause, completely destroying the stock and tho build ing of that Arm. The building north of the Oliver Finnle company, occupied by John Denis Sons, stored with lime, was partly crushed by tho falling walls. The Memphis .I'aper Companly suf fered a like fate and was also par tially burned. Tho building occu pied by w. C. Kai'ly and Company, wholesale commission merchants, was damaged. Tho rear of tho building of J. T. Fargnson and Com puny also suffered from fire and water. A statement was made by three of the largest holders of policies on the stock and building was to the effect that the insurance would not amount, to more than $300,000 and. that Oliver Flnnle's loss would be tween 5400i(i(M) and $500,000. i The loss to W. C. Karly, Wfrnne Love and Hehrand Company, John A Denis and the Memphis Paper Conv pany wl II bring the total up to $i;oo.noii. Frank Guffelbaugh, a fireman, was seriously Injured by falling from a ladder. Six other firemen wore over come by beat and smoke and were removed to hospitals, where It is stated all will recover. COLONEL HILL RETURNS, Comes Back After a Six Months' Visit in the North. Col. George A. Hill and family have returned from a six weeks' sojourn hi the northwest after taking in the great exposition at St. Louis. After alighting from the train yesterday colonel commenced distributing his enthusiasm among his numerous Itcaumont friends and had a great many cheering speculations to say about the future greatness of the place and her possibilities. A reporter of the Enterprise was given a most cardial handshake, in reply to questions Col. Hill said: "Yes. I am back after six weeks spent in St. Louis, Chicago. Milwau kee and other northern cities. My visit had pleasure and business com bined as its object, and you can say that I am enthused, and believe I have substantial reasons for being so, as I met a great many of the most notable capitalists and operators in the United States, and have been ac corded numerous audiences . with them, and you can emphasize the fact that I used all the talent and ability I possessed in extoling the virtues of Beaumont and Southeast Texas in particular. "I am not at liberty just now, nor would it lie prudent to go Into details, but I do wish to avail myself of the valuable agency of yoiir columns to say a few wholesome words to the good citizens of Beaumont and this district. We have a grand oppor tunity and must avail of it. The in dustrial workers are neglecting us, and the home seekers are passing us by and are being seductively attracted tj other sections where there are much greater activity and more potent influences at work. The Southern Pa cific Land and Industrial department, under the management of T. J. Ander- rson and Jos. Hellen, are shelling the woods with literature through their numerous agencies in me norm, mm ir is inconceivable the great results that are being obtained by them. I regret to say that the beneficia ries are almost wholly In the vicinity and to the westward of Houston and anil TO llie wesLWcim oi riiMir.mii tiuu . , . f,,,i,, thin is not due to an unfriendliness I executive committee of the fedcra to us or partiality of these wide awake : meet ng of tl u execu- officials for those sections over this. nor is it due by any means to the an-1 t'es.ieh.cs,8 'option 'but '"that Shea's .TThe'Tarde, he state, and possesses more sub-tan- "nt wealth product Irenes than any other par, of the Tubed States. These facts are lost signt oi ani HUeint ii iiiu ...... and property owners are passive 1 fHl our unaihv "The ?noe that I have t.iinf-n so far. in a lino of promotion 'n' moan much for this citr. has far x- oi filed mv niof f-anrmne -xM-rta- Hon and if accorded that eneonraze ment which I fe-l that I (-hnuM ra cfnaldr anticipate. I hope to nroriw Hir citizens n. do them. a ell a mys'lf and aoriate, a very treat w r p." W"e fhotiM bav po fri' nd' in oni ..., - nut Vlker r-iaif kt n a"-t and rhrapeM. '.4 . Mrft. rarl TV' fb-?w-t sn4 W dl!'- " n..lM Wa'W it to t'. Ml l-ar1 Mre1 Sre nur 10c Counter. Nickel St-we. P51Par! St. Lap Sale Tuedajr at VauBnn- "These facts are iosi signi oi mo, are not being pxploited as no on is r'( advertising. There is no organized -. ndA..nvn.in H.ith tiA railrnarla , no m ir and there is no disposition to K h chn,l rare .and exploit the advantages ,4 one action M " nythiD ot Texas over another but my object my P"'r " i,n"r f'1' m lamnng East Texas .s tV ins ,ire , ' rannci would .m c?,nndence in our midst and deprecate ! " this . xpress.im if I could be .. . natnroi ti vaninrnfl Twenty-Five Per Cent of Them When Paid Ofi Blow Themselves In and are Soon Flat Broke. Washington, I). C, Sept. a. Tho fenturo of the annual report of Maj. Gen. McArthur department of Califor nia Is tho strong lungiiage In refer ence to tho treatment In San Fran cisco of tho soldiers returning from tho Philippines and mustered out there. Ho says the greatest matter of concern which occupied tho atten tion of tho department is to get tho soldiers returning from tho Philip pines tlio money due them on their tlnul payment and to prevent them be ing swindled out of It. Tho Ingenuity of the criminal classes of San Fran cisco to effect this purpose ho says, and the simplicity ami apparent in ability of tho soldiers to protect them selves are alike amanlng, Everything has been done In the premises that Is possible in behalf of the soldiers in question. Quoting from Col. Markley, the chief paymaster on this subject, Gen. .McArthur writes. Tho stupidity and imbecility of these "short term" men coming from the Philippines Is al most unbelievable. Young Americans seem to take leave of their senses when they arrive on United States soil; willing to become the prey of sharks found in every large city. Figures are given to prove that out of 200 of these men paid off and per mitted to go to the city on the even ing boat with railroad tickets pur chased and money (payable to them selves at their homes) fifty would turn up tlio next morning robbed of everything, many dangerously injured by blows and drugs. On one occasion out of 31 men who foolishly stayed over one night 19 turned up the next morning, beaten, robbed of tickets, orders and clothes. A satisfactory wireless telegraphy system has ben maintained at Fort Mason and Alcartra. island, the de tails being very much improved in design by tho operator In charge. HAS NO POWER TO CALL ST THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR IS NOT A DIC TATOR. COOTS NOT ABLE 10 COMPLY Requested That He Use Hi8 Office to Obtain a " General Sympa. , thetic Walkout In Aid of Striking Butchers. Chicago, Sept. 3. Word was re ceived at the Union headquarters from President Gompers of the American Federation of Labor that he will not call a meeting of the Hon to recommend a general smpa tTietic action of unionists throughout the land in support of the packing house walkouts. The request that no ca,j a meeting of the national council In Chicago was made last week by Secretary Edward Nockels of the Chicago federation. Today Secretary Nockels received a letter from Mr. Gompers in which I- "' ? awy'from thir headau some h Wn J; m,1 av- ft0 .,mali1,'L T ""r;TZn",J Jt XT' " I w . h the' --,,",..- Ijiltor. but you will readily see r utterly Impossible is such a Tk. . u. butcher . " ' - f How workmen." The American Federation of Iji l,or. said Secretary Nockels, has no Mier to rail uriKes. '"omplaint t.as r-arh-d the union h adqtiartfrs at the Block yard thst the I'ksI union are nt up l.rting the Mriko. WaUer'B Paddle won't hurt. H miike tb-m not to bun. M3 l'arl tr-t. Woe4 and Coal. Ttry rtk and en -ool n! t r'-a-'t Tor tiw. I'rif anl Jol-ns-m. ixh hon-s li'j. A Bad Unr Crun m '-V Wrtr Pi''! Han Iti- ut h'ti l.'-r 'rtiiirl ' mMirt to ifrmce I tsrmu.m cm.tf9. lliaf I'or il l.r I ' - ' 'I I'f-vm If hit to. aii'l o-bt-r ijrofcg t.ls. ''Big Ben" 8hocked the Betting Pub lic of Chicago by Winning the SpeediUkes at Haxlem. New York, Sept. 3. Before n crowd of 25,000 Stalwart at 1 to 2 won the $20,000 Century stakes, mile and a half at Sheepshead Buy today, defeat ing the favorite, Ort Wells, In ono of the closest flnlshcB of the year. Short Hose was the third, eight lengths buck The time Is a new truck record, be ing 2-5 of a second faster than the previous records by Water Hoy last year. Sidney Pnget's Tradition, easily cap tured the $10,000 lliitbush stakes at seven furlongs. First race, steeplechase full course: Royelle won; Lomedary second; Amur third. Time 5:15. Second ,six and a half furlongs: Waterside won; Lady Amelia second; Adios third. Time 1:23 3-5. Third race, Fiatbush $5,000, 7 fur longs: Tradition won; Oseau second; St. Bellano third. Time 1:25 1-2. Fourth, Century stakes, $2o,ikiO mile and half: Stalwart won; Ort Wells second; Short Hose third. Time 2:31 1-5. l Fifth, 5 1-2 furlongs: Cairgorn won; Councilman second; Blucher third. Time 1:00 4-5. Sixth, mile and a sixteenth on turf: Wild Thyme won; Leader second; Gray Friar third. Time 1:47. Results at St L.ouis. St. Ixmis, Sept. 3 OttenSleilel won the feature get-a-way oday. First, six furlongs Scotch Nance won; Pinochle second; Oudon third. Time 1:14 3-1. Second, 5 1-2 furlongs. Tim Hurst won; Picture Hat .second; His Wor sh.p third. Time t:0S 1-4. Third, six furlongs: Joe Goss won; .T. W. O'Neill second; Sid Silver third. Time 1:14 1-2. Fourth six furlongs handicap' Otto Stifel won; Ice Water second; Tally H. third. Time 1:14. Fifth 0 12- furlongs: Just. So won; Mis,.! Doylo second; ings oTrophy third. Time 1:21 1-4. Sixth, mile and sixteenth: The Bugaboo won; Hubbard second; Ag gie ll.ewis third. Time 1:47 3-4. Chicago Turfmen Shocked. Chicago, Sept. 3. Big Ben gave n shock to the Getting public this afternoon when he won the speed slakes, the feature of the card at fiarlom. Big Ben was the extreme outsider in the betting. First, six furlongs; Mayor John son won; Silent Water second; Sad Sam third. Time 1:13 2-5. Second, six furlongs; Uon Porno won,; Matador second; New Mown Hay third. Time 1:13 3-5. Third, 6 furlongs; Big Ben won; McGee second; Irene Llndsey third Time 1:12 3-5. Fourth, mile and sixteenth; Port Royal won; Huzzali second; Brags hird. Time 1:47 3-5. Fifth, 5 furlongs; Belle Kinney won; Subtle second; Intense third Time 1:00. Sixth, one mile; Wm. Wright won; Foncasta second; Brancas third Time 1:40 1-5. i Seventh, mile and. a sixteenth; Haviland won; .Celadon second; Time 1:46. CHARLES CLARK DEAD. Was President of Bradstreet Mercan tile Agency. Born in 1836. New York, Sept. 3. Charles Fin ney Clark, president of the Hrad street company, died In Ixndon todav of heart failure, presumably caused by an attack of Indigestion. M. Clark was born in Preble, N. Y., Aug, 1::, IMG. He was the son of the Rev. Gardiner Clark, was r nutated a. Homer, N. Y., academy and Miulicd law In the office of Crane and Wit son of Detroit. For a time he pufv lishfd a city directory and whs as-o-rlated with Carl Slmrz in the publica tion of tho Detroit Post. Mr. Clark, however, found his lile work In the development of Hrni str'ft'B mercantile agency. Ileine siiccfHsivfly superintendent f I'hila delphla. iK-iroit nnd Ito-ton and gen eral manager with headquarters Jt New York. Tho l.iisineKs was Ineor poratcd In 1v"r' as the ItradHtrnl com pair. Mr. flark Irf-eomine Mfr tarr atel Inter presidfnt. He a vie pr-id-nt of the Washington TmM company, a dirTtor f the Ara'-rir-an rot ton oil and Niagara Falls power and rataraet rins'rti'--tion r-ompanies. He a a niertilu r of manr twieiHl fel lii-tn- -Ih'm, am one them tn-inc th Am-riean ; craphlc Sul'-'y and th" l"nl".i laruo and Mmh tl''att fl'itiR. Mr Clark was alwi a well knomn layman in th Kpis-'pal ! 'inh. f knvi- a wfdo. mho a M. V:'-n M r-'-'C. .f Trovi'lTic. ifi B'fi. "t:arl. Mn!a "arl( at J two !"i'bt r. M' H'Tirr P. ?!' and r?, n n-V. T Wlr aiM ) lfiiirtit ,ti tV- Ifi-tnii". I Tcmais at Midafcora. H,,nt.m T, rt H4-ji ; a Tf-' ial from TT! -"t. Ti kk- 'I at a torr'l'i t!-it. f'o itir-'-m. n,n of 1 '' -i iTKmut twtooti- r- r :'-rt ',r t A ti1 fiir h'iij- -r- rorrji" '' 'y '', H,. f n t li-t' B I ' t oo That a M a.ker, M': f'-arl H. " Chicago. Sept. 3. An olllclal fore cast of clear wc.it her In tlio north- west mimed a decline In wheat to day. Pecember closed 3-4 lower; corn and oats each off 1-4 lower and provisions a shade to 12 1-2 higher. From the start, sentiment In wheat was weuk. The opening was Iiilliienc cd by lower cables and prospects of better weather In the northwest. De cember 1-4 to 3-4 lower. The fact that the local exchange will ho closed Monday tended to hold tho market In check. Prices declined through the day. Minneapolis, Duliith and Chicago re port 2!)4 cars against 2M last week. In spite of the weakness In wheat, corn had a steady tone. The sustain ing Influence was the Kansas crop re port showing a decline of . 5 points in their growing grain. December sold between 51 1-2 6b -S at 52 3-8 and closed at 51 5-X He 3-4. Hoeoipls 7fi5 cars, DO con tract. Oats were itillnenced mainly by tho action of corn. December sold be tween 33 3-8 and 33 1-2 and closed al 33 1-8. Receipts 237 cars. A continuance of the strike nt the stock yards restricted trading In pro visions, the market being duil with prices showing little change?. Onto lier pork closed n shade higher nt 11.10 lard was up 2 1-2 at 7.10 and ribs up 12 1-2 66 7.42 1-2. Fstimated receipts Tuesday, wheat. S7; corn 11 1; oats 278. Hogs, 12,000. Port of Galveston. Galveston, Sept. ;!.' Arrived; stea mors KIdsava, (Nor.) .lessen, Havana; Concho, IJarlsow, New York; Monad nock, (Mr.) Woods, Iligglns, Siniit- mons, Coal..acoalcos. e RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Texaa and New Orleans R. R. Co. fast Bound. No. 6 Local Arrives 7:00 p.m., No. 8 Local ..Leaves 6 a m No. 10 No. 4. p. m. No. 8 Sunset Limited Arrives 9 a. m Leaves 9:05 a. r. Oriole to IScho Arrives 12: IB Leaves 12:6 p. ra. Texas Express Arrives 8' 67 P m.. Leaves 10:05 p. m. No. 192. From Sour Lake Arrives ai 7:06 p. m. Wact Bound. No. 7 Texas Express to San Antonio Arrives 7:18 a. m., Leaves 7:2 a. m. No. S The "Oriole" Arrives 3:67 p m., Leaves 4:07 p. m. No. 6 Local Arrives 7:23 p. ra., Leavi at 7:33 p. m. 9 "Sunset Limited'' Arrive 9:21 p. m., Leaves 9:33 p. to. 191. To Sour Lake Leaves 7:0f a. m. No. No. North Bouitc. To Dallas Leaves il'ou p. m. From Dallas Arrive 8:40 am. 8outh Bound. To Sabine Leaves :4f a. m From Sabine Arrives 6:10 p. No. loo. No. 156. No. 151 No. 152 m. No. No. 163. Iical to Kockland Leaves 9:30 a m Local from rtockland Arrive (:30 p. m. Kansas City Southern. North Bound. 2 for St. Louis, Kansas City. No. Shreveport, Texarkana and Fort Smith leaven 7:50 a. m. No. 4 for Kama CKy, Jonlin. Fort Smith, Texarkana and Shreve port leavns 7:S0 p. m. South Bound. 1 from St. Louis, Kansas City. No. Ftrt Smith, Texarkana and Shreveport arrives.. ,.9:i n. m Ixaves "or Port Arthur.. 9: 15 p. m. No. 3 from Kansas City. Jonlia. Tort Smith, Texarkana and Shreve- tKirt arrives 8:40 a. m. weaves for Port Arthur. 8: 45 am. Port Arthur Servlc. To Port Arthur. S nc parts 8:40 a. m. S departs 10.30 a. tn. No. No. No. 7 departs 4:1 p. m. (Sunday or IT- 45 Ixxal Freight QeparU 1.00 p m. (except Sunday- No. No. 1 departs 9:16 p. m. rom Port Arthur. 2 arrive 7:45 a. m. No. No. No. C arrives 12:24 p. tn. 8 arrives 9:35 a. m. (Sunday on ly 46 arrive 10:05 a. m. (ncep SoD iay I 4 am 7:46 p. an. No. No. Gulf, Colorado aV ftania Fa. Kr-i- flty Mail aad Ksprma. No. 21 lavo 6 H p. m No. 217 Ar-ir- I2:2i p. m. Karatnra Lipreaa. No. ?f'4. Ie 7:0 a n. No 2'iT Arr1 7 00 p. m r'e,ter Mall and Epr-. No. 2"? bm 10:16 a. m No. 201 Tlri 0 . SB I p.'-anmotit 9 A. M. Arrtr .lvtoa 12 Ml P. M l-ar r;ft'a p. M. Arrtr Is-aniot)t .2t P. BL f.uf " lniirtae Ri wtf. ., ; s-,nh tii'lt ) irt a m i fei-h lee.t'iti l furl 4 i fn i r- 1 1 --'"f'la;. t. ft m ., 1 i". ir'li ii'iieli uri i" 7: 7" f. tn Vi ': t S'irli .''iti'! a-r t- I T" p. in y. V- - ' -rB; Jv . ' hf ' - ""Sir tn. - .'1'V.tt:.. .i .1.. . . . CfyriilRurr Mefitlosti Art SlJ!t. Each New Subscriber Can Get rn Art Picture With The First Month's 8ubc-li '.Ion. iana Brick MaKcrs of The Best Brick in the World Address: LOEB, TEXAS FUEL OIL, Higgins Oil & Fuel Co. Beaumont Texas. Producer and 5hipoer.sof CKUDO and Beaumont. .Storage Tanks Beaumont, Sabine, Morgan City and Sour Lake. Unexcelled lacilitios for -making prompt shipment by Tail or water. Wo ".iao -solicit towing-on tho Gulf for new tugs" 'Gilbert" ant? "liyginH " 'Jorrisi)nndcnp.n solicited. . NEGHES (INCORPORATED.) CO It NEK OF BOWII3 ANI SABINI5 STRKBT8. Heavy CaHlidK, Porgine a id Structural Work, Saw mil Work a Specialty. Well Machinery Built and Repaired. lifJIH 'PHONOi -207. 2 a iinMiiittiinit Beaumont Sour Lake and Western No. 1 (Went bound) depart. 7:::o a. ra. No. (went bound) departs 4:10 p. ni. No. 2 ( Kiidt bound) arrive 12:!r p.m. No. 1 (Fast bound) nrrivcu 7 : 00 p.m. L. 1.. Feat herxl one. For Sale at a Bargain. 40 hend of young niule.i. 11 road wagons. 3 log wngotis. Will sell all or part. Just to milt, the purchaser. The mules nud wjikoiis tan bo seen at. Florlen. La. Address V. M. TKNMIL1.K. Hot 111. Iah-hvVAp. 1m. 24-1-Mf1 LANDRY JIR0U MEAT MARKET. Home Kilted Meats Only. Treadway Bld'fl. 'Phone C59. Saratoga a Batton Transfer AND LIVERY STABLE. THILIP M. GARRIGAN, Prspr. H'-avy batiline; and general transrer and livery business. I'bone No. 6; Karatoea, Tcxat. A.Broussard's LIVKRY, In Old Beaumont Iron Works Stand comer Bowie and OHeane. BOTH 'PHONES 63 MONEY LOANED cm nuONn. W41CHI.V JltL IT. Vm Bat I at. fe-arl 5t. How are Your Eyes Yon nir- li fo vor 'f o TuA out at tmtr tK-r ' IllK l:L K !.v, ;t.l;r M I ly-a-jiiij Oitii 'S - ,- ,' I i .'- V I'.,;.' th Tile Co., Common IC i'UTROLbUil from Sour Lake) K IRON WORKS! To Eastern and Northern Summer Resorts Tno I.oulHvllle & NashvIIIo noil road affords the Fastest Time and Kini'Ht HitvIcb frnm Now Orleans ami McniplilH to al! the notl Sum mer HcHorts In the Kant and North. Tickets will bo on sale after June 1st nt very low rates t3 Niagara Falls, Mammoth Cave, Put-In Bay, OI, Point Comfort, Waukesha, St. Paul ami Miiinenpoll, French Lick,. PetosUey, Ocononiowoc, Mountain Park, and to the Mountain Resorts in TrnncNHPe and Kentuclry,' tickets be Iiik liinlted for return until October 31. 11104. The Ixiiilsvlllo ft Nashville operator Doublo Daily Trains out of New Orleans and Memphis for all norts mentioned. Trains are wide veKtibnl vl and parry mcMlern Pullman Sleepers, Klectric-I.lghted- Dining Cars and Coaches and Free neclln InK Chair Cars. For rates, tha tables and further information, address below-named representatives of tha Louisville a Nashville R. R P. W. MOItnoW, T. P. A, Houstcn, Texas. T. H. KINGSLET, T. P. JL. Dallas, Teiss J. K. RIDGELT, D. P. New Or- lMtlS lA. , MRS. ALONZO ATKINSON. Graduate of Beaten Experienced Teacher (Emersonian System). Reader and Impersonator. 659 Cartwright Ave. Take Park car. Old 'phone Ml, 1VI. Crook: Corporation and ITTnCXFV Commercial Law. uwai. Reofna 1-17. ftVancnette Erata a'da. Aociated R. C. Harris, I. Wr. Lawhen Beaumont. Teiaa. Dr. A. C Stafford. Dentin Ib .n fiard to Co all fe'nfla of 4ata1 Btork. 1'rUM rs'itiaM. Etarolria t.m f'. ;a ri la estrarttne; hn fiww Kooma 14 and la, over rrracfc MarkK. Nw pbona frOfc, i .a it-"