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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER gl. 1904.
oO MEMPHIS OR ATLANTA LOOKS THAT WAV IN THE SOUTHERN LEAGUE. YORK AMERICANS CAIN Won Twice to Boston's Once Yftei" My A Battle of Giants Sure Enough Will Bart- ley. Tin Kliuniloii in i ho Southern Tj iiuhc U nitr.H Uiik Hie attention "f (ill Unit imi't nr Ilio iusi Imll MOlM dial litf-u'l lis eye rlveleil oil tji" ln'aiilifnl X(iw Ynr!;-ltovtoii nice It. Ill" Aiiii'ilcjin. Mi'!iiiliis look oni!ir IiiiIku o'i N-w OiIi-iiiim yoxieriltiy by Hlmply tie. Iiiu lu'r iiwiiiriiis while New Orlontu went down In n ilntilile. header to AHmiiI.-i iiml consentient ly set Hi" 1'nei'iit city fans wlll with rnuo hy F-i'Uvi Ut third lilaro. TMn prncii i ally inw ilio llrjlit between AUnnl.i timl Ali'inpliU Insh'iiil of New Orloinw ami Mrmiiliirf as It has I for llir'o i'cli:i, yes six woolsn past. MonipM I. I wo ami n lialf jjanios nltond (if At Inula. T!:o nciiHon wind; tip SuiHliiy nnd tin' must ri'tinirlial! sensim in I It llislm-y of Hie Southern I.ca:;iir w'll lmo iicfti finished. Here It I.-: Jn-t 1'iiir ilays until t lir eloso and any one -r throe tenm hit a eliiufe for I Ho pennant. II Is plieiiontennl. i In Ilio Anirilrnn l.i'anii" X-w York : it:tlti:illy si roust lionins 5n'r pnrd t ion anil Is" now thivo full camos uliciiil of UiiHioti. Tho New York Na tionals will cinch absolutely tmlav or toinorrow tile pennant and Mnllie'.v smii iiml Mctiintiii v will he jriven their real rc-t prior to llm ponlesr for i lie world's cliitmpionship. Tt no I :oli!i as if Hie srreaf nielropolis wi'i have I wo pennant, winners and 'lie n!a vers will cirin lilerallv harreh of money in I he WovM's chainpionship y.nv off. The Anier'can race hn'-oyi-r will not lie finally scaled for sumo lime. I'.illie llarllev Is pitching ns;ainsr cruel i'ale. He nilched a no hit i'ame Hie oilier 'lay ami lost it 2-1, roniethinu nnheanl or. Yoslerdnr lie was hp asainsl it awiin ami hrsl n finely pitched uatne. lint llillie will Mid; in Hie Southern next year mil will ix in ho fiisler. Atlanta Won Both. AHanla, Pepl. an. A whirlwimi halting rally in Hie ninth i-ave Hie locals the first uann l'iym was invincilile Ihroipjho'it while' WhilriiHre was nil opportunely in I he t'ecopd. thus making It !l do'ilde winnins for HTo locals. First: A tin ttl, ion ooo no:! i r, r, New oilenns 110 ooo oox R :: Smith and Clarke; liroitonsloln and l'ox. Second : Atlanta 000 002 Ox 2 0 V,.,r l'l,-liMinq 000 00!) on 0 ?, l!ayne and Clarke; Sullivan. Wilrid;;o. aivl Montgomery 3; Shreveoort 2. AIoiit;;onier.v, Sept. 20. lirandl nnd Hartley wi'te effective, lint JfoTInl-t;omery-s hitliticc was more oppor tune ilmn tin. visitors. Score: .Montgomery 200 ooo Olx ?, f. 2 Shrcveport 000 01 1 0002 4 0 llramlt and Clark; Hartley and Cialllin-. Birminnham 2; Little Rock 1. Jti.riniiii;iiani. Sopt. 20. llirminR lmni won the Ramo in tho first inn la i;. Score: l!ii.nin-,'l.am 200 000 00x-2 1 1 Hit He M u k 100 000 OOO 1 2 2 St roil iind Matthews; olin and An derson. 3 Tie at Nashville. Nashville. Sept. :o Willi Men phis far in the lead. Nashvillo set the iirand stand wild ly tieiiiR tho inline in the seventh iniiini;. Itai'i rimsed a lelny or 20 minutes nnd with Hie uanie still n tie it was cali i'd alter the eiulith liecanse of darl; ni -s. Hard hiiiinir and Khrets wHd ness nett.Ml Nashville six runs in th" n veiith. Score: Nashville 000 Hon CM ! II M' in phis o::o I'i'i 20 t 12 2 Cennnii and Knoll; Thret and llurlliiirt. ' i LLjr u& vlvj a a ijjaa I Mntaf ' J cures SUNBURN 'J J 3ti:t- E tc. SJVi far Feet, Cksr g, Z'A ASSOCIATION LEAGUE. t'tiiuiiiiiuii 5 7; itli,ui;iMiid ; . KuiiMia Clly St. Paul "0. Milwaukee 111: Miiut'iitilia 3-L Tnlr.ld IjiiiIv IIIi (rain). Milrnt;itlMriU wi-iiilmr. MlMMll'd; cold Boston 11; Philadelphia 1. lWnm. Si-Hi. "'i. Ititxtoii won n t In-iivy liaiiiiiK lod.iy. 8'oro: lihlnii SHI w i u 11 u " I'lilladi lplilil ""I I 7 VniiiiK and Crl r; Hinder, Fair lnuika nut) Shrink, SpHt at Ft. Louis. ' Pi. m. Sept. I'n. St. Inil nnd l l.'vi land xplil oven. Seoro: Flint : St l.otiln nn mi't ino1 n 1 Cli vciand 1'"' 1'" li'"' 2 7 1 Howell nnd Sitjjdeit; It linden nnd HlllloW. rtrconcl: St. l.onU ono mm I0v 1 ! 2 Clovi land ' ,H"1 "" 0 0 Solver nml Knltoo; Moore, Ioiioli;io nnd Oxdicrk. New York Won Both. Washington. Sept. :!". Now York won liolli KailH'B. Henri' : VI rut r Washington nOrt und a nn 2 r. Now York mi" two 110 til :i 10 .liieoln-en nnd KHtroduc: Orth nn Chi'sliro and Metiulro.. Si'cond: Washington nno nn 1 t New York "02 '' B 8 iinu'lirs nnd Clark: Cliosliro nn Mi'tlnlro. .tit. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Rain at Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Sept. 20. Clilr-ngn (rain). Rain at New York . New York-Cincinnati. Itain. St. Louis 4; Boston 1. TioKlon. Sepl. 20 McNiohols wllil-ni-ss in Ilio first, save SI. I.onl.s Uio viclory. St. Louis 2oo ooi nnn 4 10 i lioston 001 fpOt) 0001 8 t Brooklyn 4; Pittsburg 3. Brooklyn, Sepl. 20. The TiUs hnrs nationals lost olio game hoio this til'lernoon to Brooklyn and tho second was called at tho end of the seventh inniiic; on ncoiint of rain with Ihe'scoro tied. Score: First: I'illslnirff 000 200 0012 0 I Brooklyn Oof! 000 10x 4 10 3 Case and Pholps; Jones and Hei?an. Second: 1'iHshiifR 100 000 01 S 0 Brooklyn 100 Ooi) 01 .r. 1 Rohelaille nnd Phelps nnd Archer; Mitchell and Bitter. TIBETAN TREATY IS UNDER TIRE CLAIM OF ENGLISH PERFIDY IS STRONGLY MADE AT ST. PETERSBURG. RUSSIA LODGES GENERAL PROTEST Claims (hat Contract Was Forced on Tibetans at a Time When Rus sia Had Its Hands Full a"d Could Not Let Go. St. Pelershiirs, Sept. 20. nnssia officially maintains ilial fireat. Britain lias broken faith in Hie matter of the Thibetan treaty and Ambassador I'.enrkendoi IT has been last met ed to lodge a genera! protest, at Hi." British forciun office. Accordin:; lo I ho Uns sian view as explained lo the Associ ated Pr. ss, Crent Britain's pledge to Kussia regarding the scope of the ex pedition only conteliipluK'd the regn h.tion or trade between India and Thibet mul she disolaim.'d any pur pose to meddle with the internal or poilical nlfairs of the country. Instead of so doing. Iinssia claims that a trea tv was forced upon the Thibetans v hit h go' s much further creating a virtual prolcelorat;' over Hie country. .Vomtvor, it is cc,-.il tided that the tieaty is a restriction of tho sover eignty of China, inasmuch hs while ri'oog.iiy.ing the sovereignty or China b rcrpiiring InT ratification, the trea ty once latifi'd. transfers the sover eignty o tiri.il Britain by compelling Thibet t; consult Croat Britain in its dealing wiHi other powers. This is ci nsi'len d :.i be aim d directly at H'is:i. Tbe irntesl lodged in Im il.in doubtless wdl bo followed up with one at I'ekin anainst the ratificMiior. o, hc 1 1" a v Not -n Position to Quarrel. ;r -!t Britain is lx heveil lu re lo j-.stifv 1it a'H'in on the ground bat she oi ly ai;r'-d to contir.e herself to return s;ti'd Ilm is -oti'aitoi in it;-, asnraiiei - uivi n to I'Ms-da if Hi IlitUiau. l'.i not . i i - tin- Btit.sh 0 li'.n. A a nwr'- r f if fact, lit t 1 1 , i.- rta'ru ! in nV .al ir- t I. ere ih;.t Hu-'-ian firm si mil; I,. ..,)ir1 ; b-r ly ;rct Britain or letin o K-i'-'a is not in a --ii . ' n,at- !?! i- - Br t"i'i Opportunity. Tl ' v :! - ' n I ; - r'"' t t V H'i--; l'r" rf u 'i M ' t " ?;.! t" r l .fvr Th'rf'ir. .. iti ..- J.'i' i M ... I.. it i- lt.i I: ii li j-t in l,r--,' !: f l,--.i;--:--li ,'!! t'i.': v ) li i X f. ' STROLLER IN IIARLEIll STAKES IN THE 6EC0ND STEEPLE CHASE, SHORT COURSE, JOHN E. OWENS WON. ElCIt HORN I i D Al SI LOUS Monet, at Twenty to One, Won the Bay Shore Selling Stake at Grave tend Bay, Armenia Second, Other Turf Notea. ChlcnRo. Sept. 20. Tho fpnlnrn nt llnrloin today wan riiilnroil by Stroller in easy fashion. First run', llvo rurloiiRs Happy Juck won, Froohootor second, ('lyric . Ihlrri. Tlmi' 1:0 4-5. Second nice, Hti'i'l" rhnso, short roiirso John U. Owens won, Doinlipie You socoiiil, Alh'Klatuo Ihlrri. 'I'lino 3:48 21.'. Third rac, Cicero slakes, tulle Stroller won, Speticcrlan second, Foil noltica tlilrd. Time 1:44 4-5. Fourth raco.milo Maglstrato won. Judge I limes second, tiregor K. third. Tlim 1:4 2-5. Fifth iiii'e, four and a half furlongs Subtle won, Hello Kinney second, Lady Wilmot third. Time o: .17 1-2. . Sixth nice, six furlongs (lypselie won, Big Ben second, Nannie Hodge third. Time 1:15 2-5. Seven tli race, mile and tin tdghth Cii-onl ICastorn won, .Mr. Farniim sec ond, Louisville third. Time 2:01 3-5. At Gravesend. New York. Sepl. 20. Monet, nt 20 lo 1, won tho Hay Shore soiling slakes at tiraves.'tid today. First race, six furlongs Lelola won. C.eratiintn second, Major Pol ham thirri. Time 1:10 2-5. Second race, six and n half fur longs Oizail won, lllandy second. Henri's Desire third. Titno 1:0V 2-5. Third racco, ilio Bay Slioro selling, about six furlongs Monet, won. Ar menia second, uscetisiou third. Tlniu 1:10 2-5. Fourth race, mil.) and n furlong Ormondes High!, won, Sonoma Hello second, St. Valentino third. Time 1:52 25. Filth race, five furlongs Simla Calalina won, Lucy Young second, Floral third. Time 1 :01 2-5. Sixth race, mile and sixlcnl h Sluy ve won, Iteveeillo second, Flexion I bird. Time 1:48. At St. Louis. St. Louis. Sept. 20. First raco, niilo and seventy yards Bugle Horn won, Check Morgan second, North Wind third. Tinio 1:5024. Second raco, five furlongs Ferns Rod won, St. Flower second, Judge Brady third. Timo 1:0!) 1-4. Third race, mileand seventy yards Kxlol won, Athena second. Howling Uervish third. Time 1 :5t! 1-4. Fourth racco, i hree-fourlhs mile Bnrklyle won, Footlights Favorite second. Cotnmodor.) third. Time 1:21 1-1. Fifth race, seven furlongs Diirgin won, Algo!iiitin second, Atlas third. Timor 1 : 27. Sixth race, mile and Ihreo-Rixloenlhs Aleomer won, Sister Lillian soeoiul, Miracle, third. Time 2:15. New Hampshire Republicans. Concord, N. .H, SopT. 2i John Mo. I.ano, of Milforri, was noniinalod for governor by (he Hepiihlinii stale on vontion hero today, atid presidential electors wore chosen. There were no other nominal ions, as all tile other slate oflioos except governor are appointive. The pint form adopted praises t ho achievements of the national party. Olympic Golf Championship, (lien Kcho, County Club, St. Louis, Sept. 20. As a result of tho first, round of match play in tlt.i Olympic golf championship today, sixteen golf ers nro left fo compote in the second round tomorrow. Definition of Contraband. St. Petersburg, Sept. 21.-12:4.'. a. m. Ililssias position in the matter of contraband will be officially promul gated in the foi in of divisions of the admiralty court in the cases of the Calchas, Arabia and Allanlon, when they conic up on appeal. COTTON'IWILLS SITUATION. Buying of Raw Material by Mills Thought to Mean Resumption. Fall River, .Mass.. Sept. 2'L Th first intimation of a pelt lenient of the Mrikc in the cotton mills in this rity, which began July 25, ram.; today wln-ii it became known that on,, of the man ufacturers here had bought a I rge (itiaiititv of raw material, to be ueliv- red Hie latter part of October, and that outer inaniilactiireis wen- trying to place similar orders. It is the gen eral In lief that any set il. tia nt of the sirike iibin the next two or three --d.s ill bs in favor of the opera tives. Tb. strikers Mill press Ih'-ir ile-t'-rminntiofi not to return to work un der the nillKI i.iti of 12 12 lH-r cut. mhich as ihi: cause of lie-sink'-. ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT. "Four Leaf Ctcver." a" Ooeretta to Be Presented at Kyle. H, r,,nr l-"f ' '". i," iia i;- t-' "a It a-r:i'eiir-. i i ! pr - n-"T . i li - K ' iimn Hi i. n.' ' i. i-:. f.: .,f if.. A1'-, K. i Hi Ji-fr-.l I i..- i , r- iifri- ti' ,' ' '' t - - .f '.t :-- ' f "' 1 ' 1 . . i, .; i ..f v i . ' 1 v , i , . . , t ii t ' . 'j, i t- ' " ...... i . I ;,- . . ..I M t 1 ' . ! i ' ..; .n : v.. i. LFL STOOC The International Expoaition. The International Live Stock Kx po sition will he held ut the I'nloii Stock yards from November tl to Pecotnber Sit. Tho Inipiiilamo of this exposi tion to tho llvo stork Interests of both tho United States and tho liomlnlon of Canada can hardly ho overestimat ed. The writer litis boon told by Cairn- dluns t It tit ninny of tho stock breed ers on that side of tho lino make more ado over this show than do tho Amer icans themselves. This, if so. Is so Lrcnuse tbe Cnnndlnns npproolnto the vnluo of education In tho mutters ol llvo stork raising. They renlio Hint the exposition la an Instructor In tho matter of breeding stock, a well as of feeding stork. It tmikcs it possible for live stock raisers from all parts of tho country and of tho continent to moot each other and compare notea. Not only this, but It shoiva tho live atork rnlsed In tho different sectlonf of tho country and under different modes of trrntment. Next to the Canadlnus, the poopln of the North west how perhaps tho greutost Inter est In this event, for they realize thnt live stock raising la to bo tha Rrrnt Industry of their part of the country, or, at least, a sort of cornerstono of agriculture there. The cost of attend ing the exposition Is not great, nnd a week spent In attendance on tho show la one of the best paying weeks that a man can record In his summary of the year's work. The pitlso of the whole live stock Industry is felt here, nnd truths nre Impressed on the vis itor that ho gets in no other way. The Feed of the Cow. There nre few of our farmers thnt follow tho practice of feeding slops to the cows, ns is the caso In tho towns and cities where cows have little pas turage. Nevertheless many of our cows hnve nceess to weeds nnd other herbage that taints tho milk In one way or another. Some say tho flavor poos through the cow nnd others sny thnt it is blown to tho milk on milk ing. Hut In whatever way it comes it. is found In the milk nt milking time nnd Inter in the butter. Tho cows Hint have to depend on dry pastures nt this time of year nro tho ones that nro most apt to ent foul smelling weeds. If they have fresh cornstalks or other cut feed they will not trou ble the weeds. Hut most of our farm cows aro given no attention of this kind nnd simply havo to mako their living from the pastures the best they mny. Wild onions have nn oil that certainly passes through tho row into the milk and the sumo is said to be the caso with wild garlic, if this Is so regarding these two woods that, eovs eat, may it not bo so with some of the other weeds" they eat, of which wo know less than of these two. The weedy taste In milk Is very obnoxious to some of the consumers of milk. If the farmer has not sheep enough to keep the woods out of tho pasture it will pay to attack them with a scythe Future Sheep Supply. Tho feeders of sheep are concerned In tho supply of that animal, especial ly those that are engaged In the feed ing of sheep for the final market. At the present time tho great source of supply Is the western range. Hut can thnt continue to supply tho demand for sheep to feed in our feed lots in the corn holt? The answer must be n negative one. The ranges nro now producing all the sheep they : ro likely to produce, but the corn belt Is not producing all the corn It Is able to produce. Tho improvements In corn culture nnd In corn seed enormously increase the volume of this kind of food that can bo produced yearly und we shall see greater improvements in tho years to come. Thta corn must ho for a long time yet used as tho finish ing food for stock Including tho sheep. More sheep will bo demanded In the future both by the consumers nnd by the finishers. It is evident thnt we must raise more sheep on tho farms east of the Great Father of Waters. Irish Creameries Increasing. The number of creameries In Ire land Is rapidly Incroarlng. The in crease Is nmonp both tbe proprietary and the co-operative. Of the former there nre now 300 and of th latter 200. list year these 500 creameries received over eighty million gallons of milk and produced over fourteen thousand tons of butter. Most of thi.-i found a ready tnaik'-t in various purls of Croat Britain. The quality of the litittrr from these creameries sbos a tendency to Improve in quality, which It must do, as it Is bro-tcbt Into sharp competition with the butter from hormark and from Canada, t".Hi .f which makes are high tn qnali'y Those creameries mak the produc tion of lri-h bacon easy, and this has a high rcj.-utatiiin In the IZntlUh roar ktt. The Sheep Pasture. The fb-P pasture r.tit le fotn times fivn a rert from t-lif p fn nc count .f 'he dcjKit f the i,-f .f in tr-stintil worm of ?bT. In pit:" 'i pa't'ires tb-se tsrt ar aid 1' k tiir-al ly tb miili'n. Th! I partlce'dr y dar.srfToua rr'ninl t', 1.' It d fivir ty yon ns; lmr. Tti Tnn U at t ' r-iore 1an oe- Z'''" fnd .:-t "f In an adrm L'ef,iis i tion Id '-e if troii!,!; mi-h i i l , -r,rn, i-iT.ar. H n 'b'ti tirrp'r, r-fcat ? 1 P t in fr'.rn "Ti- ! nre to '? h-r. Pu'h a i!if I" T) Ti'f'-ary tit-l'-s tin r 1rr. jf f) - V" "f tfli '.tti ait '.'.r tt,. f a,ATH.N &ELLS IT TOR LEIS. Comet C7otesjCrVei Your dicM is now become an object worthy f tonie attention. hint ( lll itCit lJ lo kit ton. Circful attention to details cliarnclrrizps the clotlics bearing this label tIJt(l5cnjamm&(? MAKERS ,EWyRK tj Equal lo fine ruflom-mado in all but price. J The makers' guarantee, and ouri, with every garment. J We are Exclusive Agents in this city. ROOS BROS. Pearl Street Disraeli On His Marriage. Pf iraoll uloguiplis, formerly unions the scarcest, Uneaten to glut tho mar ket. At least a do.on havo been put Into the hands of the auctioneers und doulers during the last few days. One of the number bus that touch of nature which makes men kin. It Is a loiter written to unnoutico his marriage, and Is addressed to his un cle, Mr. Hasuvl, tho parliamentary lawyer. ,"I rather think," ho says, "Hint you will not bo so much sur prised ns I am, that I am going lo bo married, und you eat: oven hazard a cvnjecturu as to the lady wdio Is about V) mnku me a happy man," Alas, there is no footnote to sa .liethcr and to what extent tho neph jw "drew" his uncle. A wedding pres ent was likely to be acceptable enough to Disraeli at that date, when ho was still in tbe hands of his compatriots the Jews; and though his undo was a man of means, ho was also a man of prejudices, und of these his nephew had tho full disadvantage. London Ouily Chronicle. Death Was a Suggested Subject. Tom Johnson of Cleveland was spending n few weeks at a sniull hotel near Lake Michigan. Accommoda tions had been enguged In udvnnce, but tho tiurvico was not such as ho hud expected. At euch meal Mr. JohnsoS introduced tho subject of death. Sc ptrsisteut was ho In discussing th( morbid themo thai It hud a depreB ii:g effect on tho other guestu. "Cun't you speak on unythlng else but death?" asked tho landlord In dea oration. "Conversation Is prompted 'jy sur roundings," explained tho nyor. "But there aro no grave'.. ones nor hearses here," protested the landlord, swinging his arms toward tho beau tiful lake. "Neither Is there crepo on the door." "No," said Mr. Johnson, painfully; "but if you wanted erorie and couldn't p;et it, woitldn" tills ta'elecloth mako a good substitute?'' Portland Ore gotiiuil. Young Parsees Leave Sect. The Pursue, or Zoroastri.-ia, com munity of Bombay, who number under ')',,(!(,( in all, ure threatened with disin tegration hy western and Christian In fluences. Their wealthy young men visit und reside in Ijottdon, Paris and other European cities, where they fie fluently lake to themselves Kuropean wives. Three cases havo Just oc curred of Parsees thus marrying white women, one mnrrjing k. Jewess and oi. A Kronen woman, i nern are gro.u is.-ens-ioiis among tho Parsees in In dia as to whether tho noil Parseo wives should bo received as proslytes. Imdon Globe. The Dog in Parliament. Only one dog has ever hud the a i-da.-ily to enter tho F.:irli:. parli.i meiit during the proceedings. A hun dred years apt the lords wi re thrown into consternation by a dog'a nli) lyird North was aridrostdiig the I uuhii nnd the dog promptly proceeded to bark furiously at him. Lord North, i, p-rnMv up-et. it.K-d that tbrv I m tuber who was iiiti iiuptu.g lilft ' hoiild !' sii.-1 leiou. in l iixin 11,., dog ws driven out and mi-pi ti led ;n u b a iraiiiier tb:.t lie tn-vr: inter runlet! a-.-ain. lrndfif Anii't Automobile Fiihing Boits. H-lietmen on ! 11 "f N-m-hat'-l an u-lt.e a'lto.in.bll" lioa'". Tb'-y r lrivn by a tn-iiinp n.t'r and lli.l.t . i.. .i,.rfri,.:ir T,.-w r f Hi lMt- ,1 .1- . .- ' Scrm-d, t!'!sl srly r 1lw . r. 0' v frlrhtf ii tl.- n-to ana " at fiici- . I No Meat at Break fact. V ! 'M',m "n lli tr-ak- ' f-t '.lo In Ai.1rl f,1 fTtiiitir. W r u.u'L h luS'V-- f ti e ,rrr.-l tin Ib. i pTo!ar In Ani-rk- V.'l-t r:i" n'l ryo tjr'a"! t-irtn XX t-i! l.roalfaM lunA. Nrt Te" Hie tr '., ii i.fi '' it- ,'B - utri arxl yi auk t'm l I- !a '-.I ' t t.-iil r-tt'r'' tal , r m- !.! .iit 4 I'k a! , - ai.irr:':? -. - rtr v-Sv EWHll 'iL;:;i:'.u:r MGIITING AND POWER ICiC AND COLD STORAGE T j Ratal FurnUtud on Appllcatton. All Ordtri Receive Prompt Attealtot Main Office 380 and 382 TeVir St. OK)4OKKOOOOKO0WOC W. C. TVRnRI.U Pres. and Mgr A. M. M'FADDIN, Ttoa-Prw. B. C. TAYLOR, Socy. D. It NORVEli, Treaanrtr. W. C. TYHRELL. Jr., Asst. Secy, and Treasure1. Hey wood Oil Co. PRODUCERS and SHIPPERS OF CRUDE OIL OP BEAUMONT AND 80UR LAKE, TEXAS. Complete Equipment and all Facilities for quick deliveries), OFFICE!: Kyle Opera House Bid's. References Any of the Beaumont BanKs. ' ' 0o0O0OOO00)0O ESTABLISH R. M. MOTHNER THE POPULAR JEWELER .CROCKETT STREET, ..BEAUMONT, TEXAS ffB'::' '. THROUGH SLEEPERS fiwM Iwl " Santa Fe and ' 'omplete jjifflfr Splendid mpsWWl Jervice j!Xi Trains Milf -'tT' Harvey Dining Halla. Stop-over at 'WalT'vj. (yZZi-'4. Eureka Springe. W. A. TULEY, Gen- fl'?' 'ra Pa8Senger Aflt" Frt Wrth' T'X' j& & -' & i fcj ' r - -" Illinois Central WORLDS FAIR EXCURSION RATES BEAUMONT TO ST. LOUIS $36.40 for TicKeU Good Until Dec. 15th. $30.35 for Tickets Good for 60 Days. $24.75 for Tickets Good for 15 Days. it i it IliROM SLEEPER LEAVES DAILY ARRIVES ST. Fast Train Servlce-BttfTet Library Cars-Dinlrg CatiWaU a U Crte-.Free Chair Cars-rallmaB Sleepers. Special Rates t all 3BPiinr rgi. Apply to TUKet Aent for N. D. FINCH, T. P. ! ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND (CuiititiiK'l friii Taco 1 ) Iwim il lTyany man li" was thT as ,rivii, i"l pr i li"itir. I 1' C to t. n.l. r i.iv sitin to tli itiKs Tir i t-i yon h rs..tial.y. '"! ,n " l''"r,r i.oily vnti r ;r' tri,t. llt.'r t .iiiy yi ar. air n. SIkt mii r.t- n:- a i'i il:ir jn ita' i"ii n iHliMlf ..f :li. 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