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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPItUt THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER I. 1904.
THINKS THE BEARS ARE AFTER THEM NERVOUS COTTON BULLS FEAR THAT SOMETHING MAY DROP OUT. IIYERPOOL rilTURCS ACT QltEERLV The Weather Had Declared Neutrali ty and Helped Neither Side. A Sudden Spurt In Cover ing September. New York, Stpt. 7. Tlio col tun market opened under a derllno of & points, a kliudu belter than dim on thu Liverpool cables. Sentiment wan mixed. It was feu red ihut thu decllno In thu Liverpool futuro murket hud boon fiiKlnt'orod by lnrt?o Amerleun benr Interests nml thut It was tho forerunner of a sharp attuck on local prices. Hut thero teemed to bo no very OKKrcsslvo selling at tho open Iiik. On tho oilier hand, thero was a fair demand lliroiinli brokers, be lieved to bo nperntliii; for New Or k'iiiiH interests mid prices during tho mornliiK showed moro irregularity than any distinct tendency either way. The weailier wan coiiBldered favoring neither Bido and practical ly tho showers along tho Atlantic coast wero offset by favorable condi tions hero except for reports of rain intoday'8 market whllo tlio movement though expanding, presented no fea ture of moro than ordinary interest. Around midday, however, tho market been me more active and rather ex cited an a result of a sudden spurt of covering of September. This buy ing quickly subsided and prices then reached about ten points from tho best but later wero rallied again by a renewal of tho New Orleans buying and liiiuly tho market was down from the top on the general list steady with a net gain of 7 to 22 points. Sales wero estimated at 450,000. New Orleans Spots. New Orleans, Sept. 7; Cotton, spot closed steady 15 points higher; mid dling 11.25; mid gulf 11.50; sales 780 bales. New York Futures. New oYrk, Sept. 7. Cotton futures closed steady. September 10.77; Oc tober 10.37; November 10.43; Decem ber 10.47; January 10.49;. February 10.52; March 10.50; April 10.58; May 30-0. New Orleans Statement. New Orleans. Sept. 7. Coton easy; sales 2,150. Ordinary 8 1-2; good ordinary !) 7-10; low mid 10 1-8; mid 10 11-10; good mid 11; mid fair 11 1-4. Receipts 1,304; stock 21,271. New York Statement. New York, Sept. 7. Cotton steady; mid 11.25; gross receipts 7.71'J; sales 78S; stock 30,884; exports. Great Britain 2,729; continent 3,401. Total today, net receipts 19,248. Exports, Great Britain 23,192; conti nent 18,793. Total since September 1, net re ceipts 103,813; exports, Great Britain 37,140; France 8,716; continent 19, 671. New Orleans, New Orleans, Sept. 7. Spot cotton In good demand; sales 2,157, includ ing 1,100 to arrive. Prices declined 1-8. Futures opened steady and clos ed 6 points lower. Soon after tho opening a buoyant movement inaug urated and prices advanced until they were about ten points above the open ing level. Near the middle of the session the market became very dull and prices cased off from 5 to 7 points and closed quiet, tho list showing net gains of 3 to 6 points. New Orleans Futures, New Orleans. Sept. 7. Cotton fu tures steady: September 10.34(f?36; October M).2Z!fl6; November 10.27(fD 2S; December 10.3003)31; January in.nSfa.'lfi: February 10.41&42; and March 10.47(f48. financial; STOCK TRADING DULL. There Was Little News to Account For Reaction in Business. Now York. Sept. 7. The advocates of higher prices for stocks met less tncouraccmcnt from the action of today's market than from that of yes terday. There was little news to ac count for the reaction as there was to explain the advantage. The vol ume of riealinc was well tip to that f yesterday, but the buying of Block from outside sources and throueh commission hmiwi was little in -vl rtencc at any time during the rtirrent period of activity. The f nclusin was ceneral that the dealincs are laro-ly duo to larzo Individual trad ers who trade pnrt ly for fiiM-culstive res-xti. Tli" I'-ind tr.arVf-t a 1roa1 and prr,-"t rrr. Totil fin-, tir va'ne. IV 4';.. ."! l'iiii-d S'.'!'f Inindi iin'hanc-ii on call. . New York Money. N-w York, Spi. 7. Oom; mmt'f fit fit' lil II rV-;c. a"l nff'-rM 1 jkt t-t nt. Tim. pians t-oi-titiy firm r: ".'" Ut I 'f f-ti': !" 1ar I S4 It rent: '.' day 3 1-2 t tint New Yo-k Ercnsnge. Yo-k. S- j 7 f'l'-'-. j-in fj-f rn'.V pj-f-T I Z'n 12. vr JiU? vl'-Lal- ta.-r. J"-li L'lUfcl blijj- ns in banker' bills at 4K7.10 4713 lor demand and at 4M iUU 44. 75 for si My days; posted rates iii liCHss 12; commercial bills 44 14 (I UK. liar silver 50 3 4; Mexican dollars 45 14. Hot eminent bonds steady. Ititllrovl bonds firm. London Exchange. Umdon, Sept. 7. Consols for money sH 12; do account 8 s 6-8. i:ar silver, steady i'ti I t.. .Money (short bills. 1-3 a 5S; three months. 2 910 a 58. I Paris Exchange, Tails. 8cpr. 7 Three per cent rentes '.o 1-2 23 c for account. , LIVE 8TOCK. Kansas City. Kansas City. Sept. 7. Cattle, re ceipts 12,000, Including 1.200 south erns; steady to 10c higher. Choice (export and dressed beef steers 5.25 (Utt.uu; rnir to good :t.75i u.ou; west ern fed steers II.750i5.5U; Blockers and feeders 2.50(?(1 25; southern steers 2.4uifi 3.70; southern cows g.oo (it a. 00; native cows 1.503)4.15; na tive heifers 2.5tiffi 4 0; bulls 2.UU a.25; calves 2.50Q5.75. Hogs, receipts 4.5UO; steady to 5c higher; heavy 5.35u.40;. packers 5.:!55.47 1-2; pigs and lights 5.2OG0 5.5it. Sheep, receipts 5,200; steady; na tlvo lambs 4.605.80; natlvo wethers :i.254.UQ; western sheep 4.50(f;5.75; western yenrlings 3.G0(fM.10; western lambs 3.no(f:i.50; stockers and feed ers 3.00Q.3.U0. MARINE Port of Galveston. Galveston, Sept. 7. Arrived steam era DiiRfln (Nor.) Salverscn, Mobile; Cudltnno (Span.) Glchche, Clenfuo gos; 101 Allm, quick, New York. Cleared and sailed Steamers Lam piisas; Staples, New York; El Llda (Nor.) Peterson, Manzanillo. Port Eads. Port Eads, Sept. 7. Arrived-. Steamers Darian, Liverpool; Brigh ton, Port Limon. Sailed Steamers Mercedes de La rlnnaza, Galveston; Proteus, New York. New Orleans Sugar. New Orleans, Sept. 7. Sugar strong; open kettle 2 3-4 a 3 3-16; open kettle, centrifugal 3 a 35-8; cen trifugal whites, 4 7-8 ; yellows 4 5-8. Molasses nominal; open kettle 20 a 25. , j Syrup nominal 20 a 25. Memphis Cotton Oil. Memphis, Sept. 7. Oil, carlots per gallon: prime crude 23; off crude, nominal; prime summer yellow 23 1-2; off summer yellow nominal; choice cooking summer yellow, less carlots, nominal. Meal prime 21.00. Most Spoken Languages. There are 382,000,000 Chineso speak ing the same language, making Chi nese the most spoken language. There are so many dialects which are entire ly different that they seem scarcely to belong to the same tongue. The in habitants of Mongolia and Thibet can barely understand the dialect of the people In Pekln. Putting Chinese aside, the most spoken languages are as follows, in millions; English, 120 German, 70; Russian, 68; Spanish, 44; Portuguese, 32. Keeping Nervous System Healthy. As the nervous syBtem exercises great power on all the functions of the body, it ought to be kept in a healthy condition by regular mental work and judicious occupations. The fear often expressed that steady men tal work is likely to wear out the brain too soon is unfounded. The wear ing theory Is wrong, as well for men tal as physical work, both of which may be continued In old age. Churches on Bridges. The custom of building churcbeson bridges was common a hundred years and more ago. Several of these quaint old buildings are still left In Europe. The Chapel of Our Lady still stands on the bridge which spans the Don at Rotterdam. The little chapel was built In the fifteenth century and was restored about a hundred years ago. For several years, however. It has been used as a tobacco shop. Of Interest to Builders. Prof. Charles f Norton of the Mas rachusetts Institute of Technolosry says that a great deal more rare rhould be taken in protecting steel work and wrought Iron work frwn cor rosion. Concrete Is a far bfttr aafo ruard than stone or terra cotta acalnst fire, be asys. The Boston skysrraprs are viewed with suspicion by Prof. Norton. Why Matte Went Wrong in ie07. According to th tat-mnt of an tlODOtaMP tTlTTiNT In ihn botlo f commons t!i rrr" latins f tn- Iiib Irn p-ti'Tsl potofE" ar of a very miicuIm kind. The k-tt't r.-nu-r vo t:at Itjrr -v-rr r.-iw end trin 'ip'-n ib" ltt-m a'd trv tmt lb c"r., 11 rflf to cirr,r-".'' fT ,v' Ir-ad- ot,nnrr of t--ir M'sr1" fr-'t. Jaroft' Cl'roi.icl. Jn'.r . 1'7. Btt K-ni cf trvb Ctot--?Citl,!Ly V ''. a lti-r ;-rub r? "b tl a oil st'rfV"-.r or wls. U"t t' fsr cTit to vtA trt tt'-nj n-r.. la- t' vmv t-rt'-r a-1 n !t : A "t fi.fc-.l 'ti- J"U 1 e n CALL FOR F STIFFENS WHEAT DAMAGE IN THE NORTHWEST HELPED TO RAISE THK PRICE. CABLES CREPT IP NOTCH OR TWO The Feature In Provisions Was Good Foreign Demand for Lard Prices Showed Lit tle Change. Chicago, Sept. 7. An Improved do Uiuud for lliutr at MinueuiHilis wuj ono of tho cuuses for a 11 nil wheat market hero today, December closed 38 a 1-2 higher; corn 1-8 up; outs off 1-4 c and provisions 2 1-2 higher to 0 a 7 1-2 lower. Wheat opened firm un higher ca bles and continued reports of dam ugu In tho northwest, December sw ing 1-4 u 3-8 c up. Tho eurly trad ing wus light but toward noon yomo good buying developed. As tho session advanced the mar ket became strong under a bullish situation in thu northwest. An im proved demand for Hour ul Minneap olis caused a rully hero unci helped Uio speculative trading. Deceiiil.'T advanced to 107 1-2, later, however, losing part of the gain on realizing and closing linn at 100 7-8. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported 421 cars against 204 last week und 8G3 a year ago. Higher ca bles and strength of wheat was re sponsiblo for a tlrm tone in com. De cember opened unchnnged to 1-8 higher, sold between 51 3-4 and 52 1-8 and closed ut 51 7-8. Receipts 783 cars, 44 of contract grade. A heavy Increase In the visible supply had a depressing influence on oats. Business was fairly large. De cember opened a shado to 1-8 higher and sold oil to 32 5-8 ami closed at 32 3-4. Receipts 304 cars. The feature in provisions was a moderate foreign demand for lard. Prices showed little change through out the day, October pork closing unchanged at 1092 1-2 lard 2 1-2 higher at 710 and ribs off 5 a 7 1-2 at 727 1-2 a 730. Wheat, 74 cars; corn, 45G; oats, ft)0; Hogs, 16,000 head. Longevity in Europe. Of all European countries France I? the most favorable to longevity; of every 1,000 persons forty-four reach the age of seventy. In Norway the rumber Is forty, In Sweden thirty three, Italy thirty-one, Switzerland l My, England twenty-seven, Ger many twenty-six, Spain twenty-four, Austria twenty-three, Hungary ' eight een. Can't Interfere. "Your daughter plays a great deal of classical music in a rather orig inal way," remarked The man with gold glasses. "Yc3," answered Mr. Cumrox, regretfully. "She bought the piano and the music out of her own spending money, and I suppose she feels that she has a right to do what the pleases with them." Deer Swifter Than Electric Car. A deer was found on the car track at Sturbrldge the other day which when startled ran swiftly along the ties ahead of the car. Tho motorman opened the controller to the last note but the animal led the car for a full Quarter of a mile and then leaped lightly over the fence and dis appeared. New and Powerful Combustible. A new form of combustible, known as "osmon," has been produced In Kurope from raw peat. Of tho 90 per cent water which tho peat contains, from 20 to 25 per cent Is eliminated by an electric process. A direct cur rent Is passed through tho mass of the peat, contained in a suitable lank. Under tho action of the current the water collects at the negative pole and flows out by openings In the tdde of the vessel. In carrying out tho process the Investors use from ten to twelve kllowatt-bours a cubic yard of raw material. The process lasts about an hour and a half. The electrically treated peat Is then dried In the ordi nary way and reduced to smaller pleecs In a crusher. It Is delivered to th trade In the form of balls or bri quettes. The beating power of the product Is considerable. No trace of pulphur Is found, and It docs not nrpoke or leave much cinder. Scien tific American. Force cf Blue Whale. A blue whale, harpooned by a New- fcnndlsnd tiler In riacentia Day In Varrh, 19' 3. towed the st' Stn whaler Iuma 122 mil", tbe scrw nHng re vrmd, at full spved the bol; tlmn. nd nut nntll twntyfctx hours t-lij'iF-d was nl.aofted and killed. Early P ting. "To ! forr-l to rH op -a-'T." rtr an Eirlish ,lir1-tn. rrind- the nml. fur51ii tb- bl-iod. rml! tl. rplfti. --rn- all C'fti 1i:"f tVr.s rd itorl all Cay tb m t'sl 'tiv- -. rrla.hisls are alwars ritrulted frcrtn tb -arly-rirlT.? clsn. Te Com! Rfwaf Hces. At AtiFf-'.sn ta lt"T.'ed .tf"r r-:r fir runs ay b.rM-. ly of f-o rTTII r'.,'r nr. '- ir,se to fr ! Irt wti':i at w.c fr it i-f ir f-i LOW RATES OVER THE SOUTH ERN PACIFIC (Sunset Route) Austin, Texas ami return 19.45 Tickets on sale September 11 and 12 Final limit September 30, Austin, Tens and return.. ,.8.1S Tickets on sale September 13 and II; final limit September 22. Colonist rates to California points.,.. 127.50 Ticket a on sale September 13 to October 15. Galveston and return M-30 Tickets on sale September S and 0; final limit beptember 9. Houston and return 93.31 Tickets on salu September 13, morn ing of tho 14th Inc.; final limit Sep tember ltitti. Orange, Texas and return l0o On Kiilo September 6 and ti; Dual limit September 12. Mexico City and return 133.80 On salo September ti to 14 inc.; dual limit 30 days. Celeya. Mexico and return.. On salo September 0 to fliml limit 30 days, b'ultlllo, Mex. and return.. On salo September (i to final limit 10 das. Monterey, Mex. und return.. Ou salo September U to ...M1.0S 14 Inc.; ,..$20.20 14 inc.; .. $18.30 14 Inc.; final limit 10 days. A. It. Atkinson, D. 1 A. J. K. Tooke, C. l & T. A Hay Fever Unknown. Certain It is. an I ninny years of careful experience nro back of the statement, that bay fever, and kin dred annoying and troublesomo sum mer nfteciions, distressing to so ninny thousands all over tho coun.ry, recur ring regularly as July und August, aro absolutely unknown In tho "High lands of Ontario." Thousands of peoplo go to Muskoka, Georgian flay or tho Lako of tho llnys every year tor nothing else but to avoid bay fever and llnd perfect Immunity from tho ailment, and niiiy by going there rcgulnrly for a period of a few years nro said to bo permanently cured. Hny fever booklet can bo had free for tho asking, by npplying to Goo. W. Vaux, A. G. P. and T. A.. Mer chant's Loan and Trust llldg., Chi cago. S Lands For Sale. 200 acres on Santa Fo Ry. in Jasper county; 00 ncres cleared up; balance hue oak timber at $5.00 per acre 100 acres In .Taer county, line oak timber near Santa Fo Ily. nt $5.00 per acre. 220 acres, Jasper county. near Santa Fe Ry., long leaf pine, will cut 8,000 feet per acre, price $(i.00 per acre. C10 acres Jasper coiiunty near Santa Fa Ry. fine oak timber. estimated will cut 10,000 feet pc a fine tie or slave proposition. Wil when cleaned sell 250 ncres, near Santa Fe: fine oak and pine; will cut 5,000 foot per ncre, nt 34.50 per aero Address OWNER, Care Enterprise 3-w c TI LOCAL MARKET Grain and Hay. Quotations for canoad lots delivered on tracks BoaumoKt or other points taking same rates. Dealers charge from store 510c per 10 pounds more on bran, 23c per busbei on oats and corn. 10luc per 100 on hay. Oats Texas. 6056c; No. I mixed, 49c; whlto, 6153c. Bran Per 100 pounds $1.3036. Corn chops, , pure $1.301.40. Oats Texas 43 45c. Corn 7074c. Hay Choice alfalfa, $15.00; choice timothy, $17.00; South Texas prairie, 7.508.50; Jonuson grass, sa.Duiff 10.00. Feed products very stlft, with ad vanclne tendency. Market barely steady, with a declin ing tendency. Hides and Wool. Dry flint butchers, 18 pound and up, 13c. Dry flint kips, under 16 pound, 10 l-2c Dry salt, hides, over 18 pounds, 10o; under 18 pounds, 3c W. S. hides, S l-27a. Sheep pelts, 15 to 40a Goat skins, 10 to 16a Horse liair 15 to 18c. Wool, free spring, 13 1-1 to lie. Wool, free tall, 10a Wool hard burry. 8a. Butter ana Cheeeo. Butter lUun Star, H.r: butter la20: Klein, 2Vla27; dairy Rerniep Fancy Creaniery,2X: Meadow Cold, 30; Fancy renovaU-d creatnerv, 23a24. Allison's I'ure paKteurlr.ed cream butter, tslnglo pound 35c; 2 pounds for rjc. Chor-se Pull cream flats, 111; daisies 1 41 i ; prints, 15; full cream Longhorns, 15. Flour and Sreadsturfs. Flour Itasis 48.lt, a'k. Knncv hiKh pitent $."..00; fancy half patent $r,.::o; third pradc $150; 241b hacks 10 it barrel biL'b r: Hour in wood, 30 ler narrci bit'ben-ar lots 10c less. r arinarcous i,cmmIs irils. nominy ani1 cream meal, in 40-lb saeks, is-r ss'k, 7'c jiearl meal In 3-Vlb ki. $1 !. in-r barn-l of four mu ki: Kent-h onts 2.!-a-3.'Ki; Friend' oats $2.ttr.a 3.O0-Columbia nat. I2.H.1: llamkeve oats, Hi ker's buekwbeat, l-lb aikac, 1 4. Ml. Cralcr-A BCsoflabulk. bfixcs, !' 1-lb carton, ner down, lofl: cin-r snap. 7i: t rvnv. . ststre -lank, i cakes SLd jumbos. II Cannae? Coed. California F.ntra Star1sH (Jt-lb tin Hls'-k bTr!. 1 2-': whit 'p-rrie. tlZ-r. . '. ii'-l', ll..-: U ifwhft fl.,: sprw.U. l.iO: Ial'"t i-r 11.",: rrai, $1.-V: stsfxiard. 10 i-r down !-. .i-rn 'r.o-d Gk ar.d tt.l- No. 3 soi'1'". r--l trtn-ut- r'n.ll:U H C. tio-si.(,l . II 4K K ptv1 jiio s:i;.i-, 1.7'.: ? r-t-f -ctiurk, I In rm, H.V.. . f-s.. r-l.n'.K. 14-ii -n. S rjr,r i'T'-J f.if' r.nt '-, II fcf: i-ar. 1": 2-li ''i'i-tl'i. r. 2-Pi !-fc- (ii'.'-n I'M IjiHV',. "kr": fi.l J Wn-avt. 5ta:': LUrui;U, l-.j S ib kraut I.UA; 2-lblVllt I'oie ex sifted Juue iH-at, 1. 60; 2-lb standard Marrow. ft iw I. (H): H.lli Ih'ht-welehl Mar- rt"-Nl peas, WO; 31b uumpkiu, W; 2-lb Hi f Uld-o corn, l.tV. 2-1 U Al eora, l.i'ial.lV 3-lb Cupid hulled corn, WO, Druge ana Chemloali. Quinine, 34aldo per ounce ' bottl morphine, 2.3.'a2t'0 per ounce: twain 4.2e per ox: borax 4-IOc per pound in loo-lli pa.kat,'es: enpxras 2.00 in bur wilt i.ttuffti. nil. I -'il iu.i fralliin iu A- irsllon packages: opsom suits, i'i'i kt luu id, in uarreis: aieonoi, i. ,o:i.i.uu tier callou: sulphur, 3.2-' per lot) lbs, In l,n,i.ttd? mIhiii a1,, iiap Hi. In liurrols: naleluiu Citrbido, 4.00 jwr 100 lbs: sall- "ewr, ie 'U ir parr ... Cannec Molasses. Georgia Cane: gallons, 3.10, hall gallons, 3.50, (juarta 3.75: Cent dn llutu-ile, j.'iillini, 3.10, half tful. 3.50 quarts 3. 7T: Kulroinel Syrup, 10 lbs. 2,00, 51b. 2.20. 2ib. 1.00. Dried Frurta and Nuts, 1ft ox. cleared currents, 3d in raso, vcr lb. 81: U' ox cleaned currents, 4H in case, per lb. 7t:3 Crown Smyrna Im ported I1.rs, l(t-ll) boxes, er pound, 121: II Crown Smyrna imporutd ll.' 10 lb. boxes, iierlb, 15; 2 crown Califor nia tl;s. 1-lb bricks, 10 lb boxes, mt box, 1.15: 3 crown California lies, 1-lb cartons, 10-lb boxes, or lb, 1.25: 12 ox InieKSges seeded raisins, 45 in case, ler pkjr, 0; 10 ox packages seided raisins, 3(1 In case, per liaokapo, KJ; 2 crown L. L. raisins, 20 1b boxes, er box, 2.00: 3 crown U U Kaislns, 20-lb boxes, )Hr box, 2.15; 2 crown 1.1.1 raisins, ft-lb boxes, ier box, "0; Amer. Corsleau citron, 10-11 boxes, Kir lb, Ifi: Amer. orange ieel, 10 In boxes, wr lb, 14; Amor, lemon peel, 10 lb boxes, Kir ll. II: No. 1 CalifoVuia almonds, soft shell, sacks eonlaiiiiii about 80 pounds, porlb. lb less (juantitlus, or lb; 17. l'ocans-8al2 pei lb. Mlscelianeoiw. Ropo Sisal, 7-HI busts 11, Manila eoiton.'XXX. 14 :i-4. Salt Koek, 11.00 Mtr ton; Ixnilslana coarse, 85: Texas and Kansas, per bbl, 00-Ss, 2.C(); 100-3s, I2.75: 140-2, $2.85 l'lukles I'mts, !: (Uurls, VI. no t; srallon. 3.2.r): 1-irnHou, 1; ft-uallon kous, 2: 10-frallon k(s, $350; Cross and islaekweirs pinU, .(.(). Candv Stick, wrainied, standard 5a7; fancy mixed, in pails, tljatl; fancy In cases. lliilH" roc Ilal2. Starcn l'earl, 40-lb woxes, 4: loss bulk, 4i; Nickel, $3.00; 1 to 3 pound nackaires. oooi. Molasses Centrifugal, fair, 23; prime, 2(la28; choice, 2JaJ0. Corn Syuo 30a31. Texas and New Orleans R. R. Co. Tast Bound. No. 6 Local Arrives 7:00 p.m, No. ( No. 10 No. 4. Local ..Leaves o a m. Sunset Limited Arrives ti.ni, Leaves 9:0C a. Oriole to Echo Arrives 12:16 p. m. Ho. 8 Leaves 12: W p. m. Texas Express Arrives f -57 p. m.. IjeavTis 10:05 p. m. No. 192. From Sour Lake Arrives at 7:06 p. m, West Bound. No. 7 Texas Express to San Antonio Arrives 7:18 a. m., Leaves 7: a. m. No. 3 The "Oriole" Arrives 8:67 p. m.. Leaves 4:07 p. m. No. 6 Local Arrives 7:23 p. ta., Leave at 7:33 p. m. No. 9 "Sunset Limited" Arrlvee 9:21 p. m., Leaves 9:33 p. m. No. 191. To Sour Lake Leaves 7:00 a. m. North Bouno. To Dallas Leaves U:o0 p. m. From Dallas Arrive 8:40 am. South Bound. To Sabine Leaves 9:4f a. m From Sabine Arrives 5:10 p. Local to Hockland Leaves 9:30 a, m Local from Kockland lrrlve (:30 p. m. No. 153. No. 1&6. No. 151 No. 1G2 m. No. 153. No. Kansas City Southern. North Bound. No. 2 for St. Louis, Kansas City, SlircveiKirt, Texarkana and Port Smith leaves 7:60 a. m. 4 for Kansas City, Joplln, Fori Smith, Toxarkana and Shreve port leavos 7:50 p. m. No. South Bound. No. 1 from SU Louis, Kansas City, Frrt Smith, Texarkana and Shrevoport arrives.. ..9: Id p. m. Iveaves 'or Port Arthur.. 9: 15 p. m. No. 3 from Kansas City, Joplln, Fort Smith, Texarkana and Shreve rxirt arrives 8:40 a. m. Leaves for Port Arthur. 8:45 am. Port Arthur Service. To Port Arthur. No. I departs 8:40 a. m. No. S departs 10.30 a. m. No. 7 departs 4:1a p. in. (Sunday on ly- No. 45 Local freight departs 1:00 p. m. (except Kunuay. Na I departs 9:15 p. m- Prom Port Arthur. No. 2 arrives 7:45 a. m. No. C arrives 12:20 p. m. No. 8 arrives :25 a. m. (Sunday on ly No. 4! arrives 10:05 a. m. (except Kiinlty.) No. 4 arrives 7:45 p. m. Oulf, Colorado A Santa Fe. Kansas City Mail and Express. No. 21s l-av 6:0 p. to. So. 217 Arrives 12:25 p. m 8srmora fc-xpresa. No. 24. Ijetre So. V. Arrlv 7:0 a. m 7 : 00 p. m Center Vsll and Express.. St. J"! L"av.... No. 2'.' I ArriTs... p.psnmont.. Arrive ;lv-ta. Lx-are r,i rt-nvn . , Arrive IXranmont. .. 10:1 a. n. ... :H) 9. 9 A. ,..12.W P. ....lilt P. ....7.20 P. Cu'f and Interstate R Iwjv. No 2 (Soijth Itfmtidi ! liar's a. fn ., in'ti tni!"li ' furl 4 p. in S"ir'1v. p. fn. V, 1 ."r'h io"ri'l n :'- 7: 2i P fi. No Z ( N'r h rMj: arrives 1:2') y. La. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. 'tJamS ?-. tiV? if AK Cotyright, Burr Afrii'iud Art Studitt. '.tf J Each New Subscriber Can Get an Art Picture With Tho First Month'a I 8ubc-l(.'.lon. liana Brick Mailers of B jR The Best Brick in the World Address: LOEB, TEXAS FUEL OIL, Higgins Oil & Fuel Co. Beaumont Texas. Producers and Shippers of CRUDI3 I'ETKOLGUrt from Sour Lake and Beaumont. 5toraf;e Tanks Beaumont, Sabine, Morgan City and Sour Lake. Unexcolled iaoilities for making prompb sliipment by rail or waier. We vJso solicit towing on tin? Gulf for new tus 'Gilbert" and "Uicrjrins-" Correspondenf-H solicited. NECHES m WORKS! (INCORPORATED.) COIINEK OF HOW! i: AND 8AUIN15 STREETS. I Heavy Casting, Forgiair and Structural Work, Saw 11111 Work a Specialty. Well Machinery Built and Repaired. BOTH 'PHONES 5J07. 2 Beaumont Sour Lake and Western No. 1 (West houml) depart 7:o0 a. ra. No. (west bound) departs 4:10 p. m. No. 2 ( East bound) arrivo 12:15 p.m. No. 4 (East bound) arrives 7:00 p.m. U is- Fejiinersione. For Sale at Bargain. 40 bead of young mulos. 11 road wbkoiib. S lug wspoiis. will .! all or nnrt lunt In suit tho purchaser. Tlio mules and wbkoiis can be seen at Florlm. I.a. Aildreiis W. M. TKNMII.1.K. Rox 111. TxH-Hvllle. IJt. K 24-1 -M O LANDRY JIR0U MEAT MARKET. Htime Killed Meats Only. Tread way Bid's. 'Phone t59. Saratoga Ul Baton Transfer AND LIVERY STABLE. PHILIP M. CARRICAN, Prspr. Heavy hauling and general transfer and livery business. I'bone Na i; Ksrstoca. Ta. A.Broussard's LIVKRY. In Old Beaumont Iron Works Stand, comer Bowie and Orleans. BOTH 'PHONES 63 MONEY LOANED 01 DM"OM)l, WATCHES, jmlU T. Iw Kate laU Pearl iu How are Your Eyes T'm tvr It to y"ir w :f in Hn4 out at OB'" " mif ) '"t TllL LL'.K JEWIXhT CO. Lcaiii Oli' latai & Tile Co., lm. Common ICE THE BEST YET 1'uiclmne your tickets to St. Louis via the. LOUISVILLE. AND. NASH VILLE It. 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