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THE BEAUMONT ENTCRPHISg. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER a. 1904. y. ii c. a. WOMEN RUSTLING FUNDS MONEY NEEDED TO FURNISH COMMITTCC ROOMS OF NEW nUILDINC. IADSES IllVi CIVtN THEIR Wit One of the Pinna is to Furnish an Oytter Lunch Twice a Month to Buinexa Men ia tne Sum Needed. A iin-fi iiiK 'f laa---- - lli! V. .M. ('. A. will he In-Ill In I'"-AiiK'K-iiii Inn's IMliniH IHXl W'dnc.s iliiy iiIh iiiiii'ii ui I oi liidi. Tlif mli lor tin; meeting In Issued ly M Ilul W. (in-i-r. president nf III'- Worn n r Anll'ui v of llm Y. M. C. A.. lull II in cMcndi-d lo i-vi-ry womii.i in jti-aiuiioiii wliu Ihih a boi,, broSittr, husband or friend in Hi" iissociiiilon or who is uny wy interested in tin success of ili' iiN.sorliiUiin In tin t-ily. Tin- purpose- or l In- niccling I la devise ways iiml menus lor rais ing money wiih which lo luiiiish the purlins nii'l committee rooms or tin new building. .. . History of Movement. When it wns proposed in erect 11 li oili i'ii biiih.ing for I In' Y. M. C, A. hero lilt? Woman's Auxiliary gunnm Iced lo furnish tin' parlor iind com mittee rooms. 'I lie ladies "in H- ately si-t in work lo raise nioiu-y lor iiiik purpose iiml Imvn pnrihilly huh cecded. Tim rooms have been pail Ij :uriiislii-il lull tin-re in'' i HI "inii her of lluin,"ii n purchase iiml mon ey for I Iii-iii is needed ill once. I.tuil week ii iiuinlii-r of young Indies of tlH; Itosi-liiiil Set, assisted liy some ot tlu-lr young men friends, gave a ile lighllul ciitcrliiinineiil lit III'' Y. M. C. A. niuliHirliiiii lor Hie purpose ol raising money lo liny furniture wit It. They presented a highly creditable entertaining program iindil uelied n little, over $50. More Entertainments. It is tin- intention of I lie Woman's Auxiliary toxx arrange other enter tainments and I" adopt oilier plans of getting money for tills laudable purpose. The meeting lo he held Wednesday, it is hoped, will he at tended I iy a large niiiulier, in order that the liesi plans may he adopted Iiml set in openilioti nl once. The ladles have also undertaken to fur nish the dining room and kitchen, and have lieen quite successful in this move. They now have four dozen of every article of crockery and warn required for serving light meals and within a few weeks they intend to use them lo good udviin- une ol I lie plans already iieenieii upon, hut which will probably be enlarged ami elaborated nl the meet ing next week. Is lo serve oyster luncheons twice a month lo business men. The Auxiliary believes that if the business men know they can e u first, class lunch oysters in j'.ny style at Hie Y. M. C. A. dining room on two Saturdays in each month, i hey will fall over themselves Belting (hem. It Is hoped the reve nues from these will ho good. Ladies' Plans. It is also the intention of the ladies to give a series of enlerlainnienls this fall and winter, to raise moijuy Id buy furniture. It is still necessary Have about SlitKi. .Mrs. (ireer yes terday made the follow ing statement regarding what it is proposed to do: "It will lie very easy to raise the money for lariiishing the rooms if everyone will co-operate with ns. If tiny don't, il will be very difficult, i wish (o invite every woman, even remotely interested in the success of Hie V. M. ('. A, to be present at l he meeting one week from today, cs p chilly those women who have sous, husbands or brothers in I lie association." t-ll.ll Will: llai lie. Ed: llatsa. I Ihtrioii. II. P.: Hunker. N.: liuMirl; I lan: Hii.-ditr. J. V : llrownle Jan.: Iti. mn. J I.; IIiomii. AU; lliiiwn, A. J. C-fob-. V. II.; Cool;. V. C: Cii.lhii, K; Cmarcs. ('.; Clechuet. II. H; Ciilpi-IMM-r. '. I' : Clark. Ju.: Coin n.iale. I'. C; Campion. '. II. 1 Hill. iKliis; Havl-. I wls; Iwvid h.ii. Il'-nrv: Hull. A. i : Ihm;1ii C. II.: I unit. It. II. i: P-Kvnns W. II.: Trahr. J. T.: Karim. C. II : I'nrlan. J. P.". Millie. il-iiond. l-:ih.lm; tiillain. 3a: Ci-eniu-H, II. t!. II-Hull. Chin lie-: !?- I; M.: Iluirls, l-Mcar: llollowiy. W. r : llarrlM. '..: Ilmilaii. ItascM-: llar-U Will: Harden. C: llou. Tr'-'l: ll -enn. t!'-i : IIoiisioii. s. : : Hopu. .lobn: llalv. Hiinon: llopkliif. W. A, -.loseph. Il'-nrv; .In lice. C.'-o : Jnvnir. K. A : Johnson, .llm: .Min ion. I) A.: .1 .Iiiisoii. W. IV. .Jacob. .Ilnr. .lack on. S. I: Johnson. A. J : .liiliii-im. I'hlllliiH. J Kirki.n" rl. k. Hollo; Kahn. S. 3. Iv-Mnv. .1. .1.: l.ofiy. Kro.l: Urcnm, A .1 : !.'. Sam; I'''. A. I..: I.iina, And '-w: Laii'lry. ,MT: l.allno'i. .; Liilifon. Win., M-MrCov. Jos.: J.Iae. l-..i'.;.-n: Mvitk. M. A.: MUi h'-ll. M. I--: Miesev. Will: Mailh'-WH. .lomi Moore'. Aiiimt: MiiTan. niim.: I il Moore. . . r.. .on i.l"M'" pilht. s.: Moody. . : Mncnonahl. W. M Thoi.: Mnck. M. T1:. v fi Wwniiin. '!. W. Ilenrv, f)rr'-o. Mr. I'- I'a-cv, K. J-: Pnli Kail": I'll'0 I .osier; I'aiierson, Zack; Pearson, :'ee',l. V. N.: Rit'il. T.. Tt- Itol,. e-ts. John: llodgerr, J m-; IIigl'-. It. It. 4 'trnh'N, Henry: Sounncr. .. Suliils. Will; SlngU-ton. ('. (!.: Salinos. !'.: Pnlinir. C: SmlHi. j S.; SIiii. I. W.: Snnde-s. W. I..: Stephens Cicero: Stark, 1. II : Slownrt. W. B. X Tadlofk. f'. I'M Testoii. u. c 1 1 c-1.-r. r Kiinlpe: Tuoner, II. Tiikiai-y, C; Thiiotnone, .M. C. W Wells, Mary: Whisiiiani, w inn-, While, KiIiiii: llmore, 'Ihos,; win bush, I..: Williams, O. f!.: Wl! Hams; ltoberl Williams; Winpe.v V. (!.: WilliaiiiH. Alf.; Woodlaun, C n u'milnv .lei: Wellliore, Tom; Williams, i.nthur: Willianv gene; Wagner. I'hll. Foreign, linker, Ainl.v: Dihandell'M!.; v WiuKiih. Chns .: .eigh, r. I". kovic. Nick: Schnoilcher, .las.; In -e. n. Sears and pahiy GO THROUGH CITY GOVERNMENT ENGINEERS AR RIVE FROM SABINE AND DE PART FOR NEW ORLEANS. WAS NOT k OfflCIAl VISIT Held no Conference or Meeting With Deep Water Committee aa Noth ing Could Have Been Accomplished. Mncloiiil. McNeil. 'JrnnTr' Seurs and Cap'. .1. cngl'iecrH corp-s of ihroiiuli Il'-niiiiioiil A.; .1.; Bu- IMd. .Inn- Snlva- 2 NOTES AND PERSONALS. LETTER LIST. hist of letters remaining iiiiclaimi.-d l. Hie lJeaumont 1. O. fur the week culling Any. T insure prompt delivery have your mail addressed 'to street ami number. Carrier windows me open on Sun day from !:!'! to u;oo h ni. mid the tieneral lieliv-rv wiiohev from tv: I'U Mr. C. McNeill of SI. I.ouis, assist ant superinlemK'llI I lie iinn-i n. District Telegraph Company lor UK? coml district of the western divis ion, was in lleaiiniont yesteruay on lour of inspection. itu weui in I'ort, Arthur his'l evening. Mr. C.eorge ('. Kellon. general man ager Of IlliS (llHtriCI (II IIIU WCMem itninii 'releL'i-nnh ('omiiaiiy. with head quarters sport iug liere. in Dallas, is in the city, m hls company's property Mr. It. L. lUnlTer, the well known local oil man, left last night for a months' vacation in the north. He will visit his old college lown, Mad ison, Wis., will slop in Hie Indian Territory and put in a few days nt (ho fair. I.lelll. Col. C. II I. Mcliidoe of Hi' I lie iiriuy, i-aied ln-l eviiliiR i-u route lu New Orlean. ini-lr li'-aliiiii.n-iH. Col. Sears Is di vision engineer of Hilt illvsm nml Capl. MclndiK! Ih ilirlrlct engineer, ill charge of Hut work In t Ills puiileitlai Hccilon. They were iiccoiilpnnleil liy Congres-m.iii I'ujo or Hie Soulhwes' ern Louisiana district nml Mr. J. A. lid tA the J. A. Itel l.uinhcr com pany of Lake Charles. Tun parly arrived in Heuunioiil n bout 7 o'clock on a upeclal irnln rrom Sahlue. It li-rt Lake Charles yesterday morning, went down into ih! guir hy hoal. inspected the Calca sieu mid came up Hie l'a-a. Inspei I Ing the I'ass and Sahlne Lake and coming on Into lleauiuont. The gen tlemen lel'l for New Orleans on Hie In ((-clock I ruin on Hie Texas & New Orleans. No conlerelice Op meeting was held last nighl helween the engineers and the deep water committee, n Hie deep water filiation Is not now in such shape that a c inference would result in nny hencllt to either par lies. The fhler of engineers at Wash ington has declined lo cause the $lr.,(liiu npproprinllon for Snbin Lake lo ho spent until aiK'r the com ing session of congress and Hie engi neers ol' New Orleans, consequently, have nothing more lo say in the ques tion. Itesldes this tin' deep water com mit I en was not apprised or the com-in-r of the engineers and did not know they were in t ho city, accord ing to the statement of Capt. Mcln diie. The latter -ald la?t nighl: "Our visit to this cili- is purely occidental and in no way has nnv Ihilig lo do with the question or Sa bine Lake. '.Vo have been on a lour or inspection of the waterways and proposed waterways of this rection and simply came to rioauiiionl from Sabine in order to get n trnin to take ns hnel; to New Orleans. Wi' have had and will have no meeting with the lieauniont eltk'.oiis. because nnilitn could result from such a conference. The Sabim is out of our hands Tor ing." Lake niatlr the time ho- (iibbous Houston, J. A. (lihhons, of the M o.nl.iel uriiiL' Coiuiiany of is nt. the Crosliy House, 'l-lie Yonnir Ladles Missionary So cielv of rresliyterian i tiurcii win give a Lawn rally at the Jioine or The Youn iiiiiu-hh lawlp.ali itiuu Mi-u i w I'l-ce. 1 Hi;7 ('abler and on Kridav nighl Seiit. iknll nre invited to . i . : I . . i ie unit enjoy me ciciuiik- "- lieslimeuls will be served at popular prices. Mrs. dill representing Hamilton !ros., Shirt Waist Department will no at the Crosby Mouse lor i tie remain- ilcr of this week. to 1 1 :::e a. m. I!. - Arii I!, ill ie. ,. -iTiie; r.iov.n. r.-ii. I--. .ii- aid. r- u. c.iPiiti.ui. ti: -ilali . .ni l i All!' ! l mii. . .!.-. M III . .' . M.mv; i I .. V. ; '. ' 1 i I. "i : ('a-'' r. t ii.,i ii 1 1 I 'i .ii i: i: c. It iioni; L.ldifs. .Leitie. 1'iroiii l'.oi- v..ir. -:i...K-. 1'. M. I vi . '.Lie Alii.-: Alire. Dai v IVllie; I nee . IMi.-l Cm i r. : i-,. i . LABORERS MADE MONEY. Cleared About $100 on Celebration on Monday. Chairman Kcks of (he romtnitice which had charge of Heaumonl s La bor Day celebration announced yes terday that the c.iinmilliv cleared about $li'" "ti the day's doings This money has been turned over to Hie u.-neral fund of ihe Trades and Labor Assembly, and will be used in pavinc debts. FOOT CUT OFF. Colored Girl Fell H Front of Mowing Machine. ttllie lYliinetiMi. a lll'le colored -tiI 1:' jcars of ate. met w'uli a pain f il aeiiiluii in Do- Can right pas by jiimping m trout of a iimuiag :md bin ins: In r ricbl loot She ..s alien, li.l by Dr v ho rep'T' Iht as iio'nu I nr.' inarbiTii I in off. ef loll . II. PLANT SOLD. Central Asphalt and Refining Com- pany Knocked Down. The property and plant of the Cen tral Asphalt and Refining Company located near Port Neches, in the southern portion or Jefferson county, has been sold by Hon A. Tiliss. of Sherman, acting as special ITnifed iKsloner to Samuel T. Carnes .of Memphis. Tenn., for a oon sideration of $1. ".0,00(1. The property was offered at public sale but only one bid was received. The sale was the result of an or der or the I'nited Slates circuit court for this division and district and was to siilisfy a mortgage held by Car nes lle-irv Duffln and other asso ciates of Memphis. It is understood the plant, which has been shut down for about ono year, will be put in op eration In the near future. OFFICERS ELECTED. For the Chosen For Eastern Star Ensuing Year. Foiiylwo candidates were Initiated into nonunion! Chapter, No. 71. Or der of Last ern Star, Tuesday evening. Alter the initiation, oflioers for the ensuing vear were elected as follows: Won hi- Matron Mrs. IVrcy Wiess. Worthy Patron John Orchard. Associate Matron" Mrs. O. S. Par ker. . . . Secretary Perry Wiess. Treasurer Osa Anderson. Conductor Mrs. Manard Robinson. Assistant Conductor Miss Mary limine. f .1 Ui Sentinel Wi'linm Rogers. Warden Mrs. Thomas Van Auken. i . i. , t i . A I Gibbons n Tow. .'l-'i,- Kill U at il I I. ,llle . f K I. I- It It . . . ., ..f ! i- i..- ih.- t in.- . I.ir-. r i .it '. i i: ( i- . n- :-.,,l - f ti mil FACULTY MEETING. Instruct, ons Are Given Teachers of City Schools. A meeting of Ihe city superintend ent of si boots, member of the school lo.tr I and ler.chern of lieaunionl was liM at the niiditoriiim f 'he hiah -ihinl bull,! n yr stonliy The ii -. i l- n; l--r i he I'ltriio-r- i.r in- ! i-ii.i-tii; .1..- 1-:-ie-ls 111 llliir il ltie ji..r l'i. e-iiipni VMm s-.--' ere ;,M.i.e bv 're--i ;. M MiILml nd J- I'. am:'!., ' o t-aid aiel s ipvoi- -. , I. ii, TripV i'. sic la sp lid i-lisdy aliui fre. (lo out lonliflit and a ileant f-vi-iiing in (he hmxIs. Ii will do you good. RECITAL TONIGHT. Violinist at Will Give Entertainment Y. M. C. A. Mr. Ij-i l I'reomnn. the I'dHmM pliin violiniHi who lias moved in UiU (liy lo live, will miiko his ilt-luit io lli-iiimnt mil.-leal i-irch-s end the pub lip B'-iierally nl n recital in be e;iv ii m i ho Y. M. C. A. nudlioiiiim ihi evening. l,oi-. nning ni K o'( lix k. M.. K.'-'-iiuin will he asslst'd by a mnlo ipiiiriei and hv Miss I.nllt ItiMikn I wIb nml Mr. II. M. Mmlhnn. Postmaster NEW TERRITORY. Extend Car WITNESSES FINED BY JUDGE WATTS FIVE ASSESSED TWENTY-FIVE EACH FOR NON-APPEARANCE IN COURT. ARE riFTCEN CASES FOS TODAY THE ENTERPRISE JOB PRINTING OFFICE Effort Being Made to Try Canes Criminal Docket In Sixtieth Die. trict Court Other Nws In Halla of Justice. on Bone Will Tiers' Routes. Within the iii-m few days l'osinias tor L". IL Hone will extend nearly all of ncaiinioni's mall nuTlcr.' mule, lit lake lu ill, out ""'I iidilltloluul resl ilenreH. Tlie ivellnnelll l'e(illire.4 strieiK mi which mail Is lo be d. - -i'uy lo make some dellulie progress llvered tu b" vrud"d and Kiippll"l I V'I(li his criminal docket but tm.i Judge Walt of I ho Sixth Irici court has been Hymn Hi for liln- twoi Willi HldoA-ulks. Ci.ii-ililerable new territory Iihm met ihe reiiilremeiiis I I.. ..I. I ..... 11... ..vl.muliill.l mill III II nil ii i ioii- .in- . ..- i ... i 1. ,,,..1,, nihil- ooinpiisnen. jesieiuuy nt wn'm been delayed from one cause mid oilier and ns yet llnle has been nil-uc- id rouicK will he made. No Honiil carriers will be nut on as u ro md! of the el tislons. WEDDING LAST NIGHT. Beaumont Man Marries Girl Vlniting Here. When Mrs. V. V. Kvdlll ow of I'liuland, enmo to good hl threat to handle recreant witnesses without gloven by lining SIT, each five who failed to appear lfiii- it u-nu reiuirieil ihcv had been Enallsh ' KUiiimoned. A number of criminal hend, secret u rv of commerce, she did not anticipate Had ing n husband walling for her. She illd.i'l exactly, but n man who was here when she arrived and who has seen n great ih-al of he.- during Hie past few months hna won her heart and hand. Ile Is Mr. IL R. nurnahy. a friend or Mr. Woodhead's who spends much or his lime nl the In ter's homo. Last evening Mr. Ilnr mi by and Mrs. Uydill were married at Ihe Woodiiead hom 1 nfl P road way, hy the Mr v. V. A. flodhev. They wont to New Orleans last nlg.il on ii wedding trip. KIRKPATRICK'S STUDIO. New Instructor Takes Quarters on Magnolia Avenue. Pror. Kirpatrlck, the now choir master and organists nf St. Mark'r in this city, who has come to Tleatt nionl to take charge or the pipiseo-p.-il choir and lo give instruction in voice cult urn, has opened his studio nt -'HO Magnolia avenue, directly south or Cabler avenue. MUCH FALL PAINTING. euses were called yesterday, ns luey W,i. had been the day prevloiiH. bill were: I..II l...r .-..nllnneil until lodilV Or for I ncaumoir, i ,,., 'i-i, men itneil were Liken I I 1 III- ..... ...v.- ' .. ----- , lo vHt her brother. Mr. I). Wood- (igden, II. Lundrum, J. J. llroussuru. the Chiimher of; Charles Ingalla and James uowen. Fifteen Cases Today. Fifteen criminal cases urc sched uled for call this nioruing at 9 o'clock In Judge Walts" court. They nre the ccses of Jess Scott, manslaughter; T. M. Kendall, passing forged instru ment, two counts; V. and 1. llegley, burglary; Felix Hobertson, attempt lo commit arson; Ike Long, assault with Intel!', to rob; Martin Lenox, bur glary; Murt Mcliee, burglary, two counts; lCrnesl Lofton, burglary. Judge Walts also announced yes terday Ihut the motion docket would be called nt ! o'clock Sat unlay morn ing mid requested all attorneys in terested in the same lo he on hand at the hour specified. Yesterday's Business. The first case called yesterday morning was I hat of the sTate against Dr. .1. M. Harris, charged Willi assault with intent lo commit murder. At1 the request of the State the case was continued for the term, owing to a wish to await the result of another case lu which ilarris is implicated. The case of the Slate against Albert Menguess, charged with the theft of cattle, was called but could not be i taken tin because of the absence of 'a witness lor the prosecution. A line of $-." was imposed on the wit ness. The case of Columbus llurrell, jindictcd with Menguess, was then i called hut neither side was ready to I , . ., O .1 (o iptocoeii. it was comuuieu mini . o clock in the aitemocrn ami us nei- f'ier side was ready then it was car lied over until this morning. Suit for Divorce. Walter JacKson of Beaumont brought suit yesterday in the District court for absolute divorce from his vTiTe, Mrs. Minerva Jackson, in his pi. tit ion asking a decree Jackson al leges Unit his wife has deserted him and run away with one Louis Adams, with whom she is now living in Cen ter. In the comity court yesterday II. X. Norton filed suit against the Amer ican Brewing association lor $IHS.G0, alleged to be due him on account and lor $oH damages. Suit for alleged dtbt, the petition being practically a correction in a suit already on tile, was brought in Ihe county conre by V. Wiess et til against Mrs. Aspusia Ulanchette. Tax Suits. City Attorney C. A. Teagle has, within the past two days, filed in Hie District court seventy-four suits tor taxes against Beaumont property owners. Tnis is a bunch ot delin quents whom Mr. Teagle bus been alter for some time. In each case, ihe reports, he has endeavored to col lect the taxes before bringing suit. He propot,es to push the cases until ihe city gets what he believes is ow ing to it. Sheriff's Sales. Deputy Sheriff Holmes has exe cuted three sheriff's sales, involving property ot small value against which Judgments had been secured. In the case ot Keith against llow.e et nl u lot of 'and was sold for $KKl. In the case of L. M. Wonder against J. M. Mi Klvoy a lot was sold lor Another iot was sold for $:!7.."i0 i, Ihe case of Motto Alston Head against U Cabell Head. Three marriage licenses have been issued hy the county clerk, as fol lows: tieorge liryant and Daisie Aiken; Win. J. A. Ilaberle and ICiiui A. itenfro: II. It. Uuriiaby and Airs. !". W. ltydiil. IS NOW OPEN and Fully prepared to do any and all Kinds of Job WorR. Lowest rates and the best work guaranteed. Both Phones 93 Phone us and we'll do the rest. E. F. McCOMAS, Manager. BUM i III I If CI ",!l!!Kill,!i!l!l!!iilr "" SK: These are Busy Dnys for the Painter and Paint Dealer. In no previous fall ha.-- the local paint trade been so brisk. Many gal lons of paint are being applied ndorn and protect the exterior o buildings and much Inside paint in:; is being done. The fall paint season has now bo. come a fact. A few years ago praeM eally no painting was done in lh-i fall, now il has become n close rival of Ihe spring season. The develop ment of the season as a good paint ing tune is on a sound ha-is. Settled weather conditions and the absence of winged insects that cause trouble by slicking (o the fresh paint, give, it a strong advantage, and property owners generally have more time in the fall months lo give attention to i the impi-oeniont of I heir buildings. The present rush is abo lo some extent accounted for by I ho late spring of this year which made the spring paint ins; season a short one. Tliis hu.iy painting hcason indicates general prosperity. While paint is as much a ccesslty as a 'luxury, yet nr. trade fee's any financial depression quicker tlnni the paint, industry. The brisk paint trade can therefore be viewed with gratification not only be cause it means general improvement In local property, but also because it augers financial prosperity. Paint dealers state that a remark able feature of this fall's trade is the large Mile of floor finishes. This is undoubtedly due to the change that has come about ni floor flinish stylos, has come about in floor fiinish styles carpet and rugs by finished floors. Automobile Fishing Boats. Fishermen on the Lake of Neuchatel are using automobile bents. They are driven by n benzine motor and light ed by electricity. They are flat-hot tented, glide noiselessly over the water, do cot frighten the finh ami are a gnat success. No Meat at Breakfast. Meid is seldom neon en the hrenk-f.-mt table In Austria and Cermnny. nor Ik nMirh use made of the iirppared cereals. m popular In America Whent rolls an. I rye bread form the staple biea'.fast food. I- .-; i- (:, !-. " : -1 .-,1 W(bf Sued. ; . mtiii: ' h 'he -tii i'i( r in'rol-ici i M ;., . t ii!i(i njcy t'-.e lri sh i!i, it'Iimc mid inn Tt ;i IIH'I ,1 Neds Them In H'e ftj'iness. If the iimn yon nre with Is loss "'-.an IT. T.r oM. rv.d jou a"k him for ,j ..pepwia tab'v t. he will ccnorally Uko a Vtile Im-'iV -it of lis peewit and niw-ieitiic-'iy --l'.e Jen oier - Suin"r-J..:iMi?l. - m i a Tel ri Te ni ! - Til oi,rM.r I' c i t an? ' . i of i.., if.. ni ii " in i( HHP" ' I .. .r n h h i K t. a"t-i!. it" i. , i' d- ' "- li , . fa-,, i i I . . !.. .-. , 4 T . Crakt's Palrr.itlo rin'i A prTr p-ltrin Bn,1 in'p for iminP1i( T.i? -id i'.iit- lur.- ef i-lirr..f Siom-fc T-'i)". r.mu'-rM'?. I T.t pi;i,fl. 1.irT t HkIt,. l',".-,"(in. IrfHT-'fn.'Ti K-ll'f n,l i 'lar-1l ef M-ire-i- M- n ih- Wh.-fl y-d fo.ih. rv.rr nl Hrir)i( P.m-. T;atttr and f ffi. f ,u - il run Vo .'kf fur-l .fid f-rii-pm,'i. ih nd rgT t.i.,.pwvorul. .fH.d.'. pviil-.,.lii- i-Tt rurp. .ml its miitiTT u. '"f -r for f h-- e. t ai.d fi'fr- and IHTin-. -I D"tfP 1P t-4 SrT.T.lr-fji- i-f. a I-u Su--. T"T a 'a-.- rx".-..-. Bual , :irr hA m trial 1m.p : I W f r.l fr a--j it'-: tt-J inprm r-a-i'-r nf t-- Tr"-. f-r 1 in lrai, I ef u . I n l-ai J. P-ake o -c i vii.-, I.I r j- f "4 j oar rmir. fl il-,4 Tfi r-ii-l fi '" fKti ir..p 'i iii:i Wiw r pa.d trrc ol ck-1 I t ' I r - -I l':.pioi t'li! ( ti iljU iPher (.i Ii. . . CONDUCTOR FINED. Ai-sessed $14.50 as Result of Fight With Negj-o. fondiic'or J'h- Tusa. a reminder .f the Saldne Magnolia s'ri-t em line, and II. T. Criner. a yo ir.a i.egm. v re arraigned in Hilice eo'iM imirr eh.v morning. bari;,! vi.h lirbi'iii. The ixidiiiee hhowed that ll.e nun jhad bad a liulit in a S.ibi.e ui h iTi'n Im lore, ami ih:il I " i had .i i ii am -n l I I'ni Sjl.il il. The rnT!-:UC'.i" ;ime aaii'i-i th in -:' In; i r l.a l cur-'! 1 : ,m d ?! I "' I l"" ii.i jii.i!n' tinirt. LIGHTING AND POWER ICjC AND COLD STORAGE Rates Fumlshsi oa Application. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Main Office 380 and 382 TeVisSt. itMsaai m-JCPixsimx. .11111 11 mi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 The Petroleum Iron Works Co. STEEL OIL 5T0RAQE TANKS. All Classes Fkte and Sheet Iron Work. Equipment. Fael Oil Old Tanks Cut and Rebuilt Short Notice. on Main Office and Works Washington, Pa. Southern Branch OfficesGodchaax Build ing, New Orleans, La.; American National Bank Building, Beaumont, Tex. . EKaEa3IiaK3SS3H3B223raTi3ft!33E8IBI MEMBERS OF MEDICAL AND OTHERS PROFESSION nlccd to remember that the consensu s of Ihe Best Medical Authorities (based vu investigation advantages uud results) , iiuauiuiouiily favors the unrivaled Cool Colorado Offers as a resort for individual or those i n need of riiynlcai T'pbtilldlns can e of Over-work, Sedentary Habit m or irther Causes: this having pir licular reference to thoso rciling in the Lower Altitudes or Malarial dis tricts. This Land of High Elevation Invlporalini; A!niosdierc pud Magnificent Scenic Orandeur. prcHCitlnn uneii:i,ed ( iiM ,rtun it ies for flul IIih) r Uifo and affording all the ComfonJ of Civilization at Minimum Expense v. Is but one day' journey from Tex as via . 1 "THE DENVER ROAD Mch Is the Only Lin nfferire Solid Throncfh Train from Ihe 8oiitbwnt. -The iK-nver" iaca you mile p -r roiiiul-trip and many hour timet and jiruvi'hn Ihmble l:iily Thrmih 1i-.ni mi;li Palace lrairg Rorm MeM t an 1 ilfiiilictii;ly . .ointed Cafe Ca- hen nig all mea'a TX city irieo-. J' e man X I! a: I v ti n a- thai i!i :ti Tn-.i sin a.'-' al 10 Mi tu .1 .1. 1 l.-'t ! f; an ! ! :i t; il'i 1 aiel I hi a-c v. i lit t- t J!i lie pil't'- fivn !o'j! li-r, knu J ily 5th lon. "TH Z COLORADO CHAUTAUQUA," i Ak ynur 1l"Tn TirV1 i ticw ' Tri-AliEle TiU-'s" Acr ( or w t"e lo '' jirit t . n for Ir forma! ion I t?L IUls relai ve tb One VVny Via the Denver Road' Ratps li- i -b.-.i ' : i- t l ftP School Ch'iJrt1. S. 7 it u- ! im l tt-. I .f :r. l.-'ii ' tt . T ! ' I" ti" ( ii el i 1- ! I ' H. . Davi. T.P.A. R. W. Tmt'.n. C. T.. A. Tvrl 'Aot. Ttnafc. Ctrafcon, Cu P. A. Ti r-i" 1 T f Il-I y.i,.. (0 -"-"ft- . ... v.. . 1 I 1 K? i.jij')- Ai i'U-1 h , .VLB. - ii, tb- v-t j-.-:- vi) I s -! tn .: ' -fa ' r t:t - i f.d ly J. T. o.'. i. 1 i . .t i ? f,i--',ti ' iV u Lvi. il ii-t criljtrira ta r NATHAN IE.LLS IT FOR LLS. L txLi C J-. Wi -. I I- t 14 '.