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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. MONDAY. OCTOBER S. 19M.
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"IT'S A SAVING AND A SATISFACTION TO BUY OF US'
j B. Deuts&f Furniture Company,
t Rioney Saving Prices
True it is there are offered many "so called bargains" but this is tho store that can show
and deliver them to you at Money Saving Prices. These prices talK and the foods
. . , .show for themselves. No argument needed. . .
M5 DOLLAR
A DAY LESS
The abov scheme
several year. .?
continued each year? '
tainlna eB.,f Va'". eon.
iilllii
Wash
above wai
Un.
WA ...I I,
deuct $1 dally.
Chair. t.u , ". ' L
75 Sept.' 30,
in sold
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THE llCUi KIND Of CREDIT. "
Credit that doesn't maKe you
pay a penny more for credit
than for cash, besides giving'
you the best for less price. En
joy them while you pay for
goods in small amotn's from
time to time-"the Dcutser
way of credit."
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MATTRESSES
Exclusive Agents for
SEALY AND 0STEHM00R
MATTRESSES.
Complete StocK Always on
Hand.
SewinfJ Rocker
Rattan Rack, cane seat
Worth 2.50, special
SCREENS
A Very Big One.
72 Inlio wlili", when opcnoil 72
lichen wiiK'; fllli'il with fiiin;y
telichi, '
ort Si.75,' ....... 1.C5"
Fancy Screens
S'izo 2lxP.O. Just Mm thills for
Ilt'o lilaris or oriKiineiiliil. Killed
ill witlt fancyi iii;l,m-o3(ini! lHigns,i
ninnjiHiilijifiH.
worili $2,011
$1.25
IRON BEDS
AVcll, here's tlio placo that, shows
more di'KiKiiH, hotter nuulu than
any liou.su in this portion of tlio
Klalo.
Suo Dotilsor's Special, worth $S.!0
$5.25
Hundreds of pretty iIosiRiis lo
niiilio up coinploli! Iledrooni Soils,
liird'H-Kyo Maple, Mahogany,
Hi reh and Oak.
n 1 -V
Iron ueas
Assortpd colors and sizes '
Worth "ar
CI 1 Off 1 ,
IN RAILWAY CIRCLES IT IS A ROMANCE
RAILR0AD8 PROPOSED
SECTION.
IN THIS
SOI OR ML 10 BE BUILTI WEDDED AND THEN WORKED
FURNITURE EXPOSITION SAMPLES
NEW ARRIVALS, GKEAT VALUES IN BIRDSEYE MAPLE FURNITURE.
We had occasion to buy for 13 their value a quantity of Birdseye Maple Dressers, Wash
. stands, Chiffoniers and Dressing Tables, just the things with Iron Beds. They are on sale
Monday at less than manufacturers' prices. MaKe a selection at once. Only one of a design.
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Birdseye Maple
Dressers
No. 2.11.
l.nrsc base, size 22x2. with 2?xr,4
French I'laio Mirror, donlile swell
diawrrs: iiiainilaclnrers' price
$::i'.ihi: Sample price S21.I30
Six Other Designs on hnml that rani;c
in price up to SSO.OO.
Washstands id match, from ?,.". TiO
to
No. 11G.
BIRDS' EYE MAPLE.
Dressing Tables
A pretty design, oval French Mirror,
manufacturer's price $22.50,
Sample price S10.73
No. 228.
BIRDS' EYE MAPLE.
Princess Dresser
Txnv base; two larger drawers, French
l'attern Mirror 1 Sx::; ; soniethiii!;
very pretty; manufacturers' price
$2."i.nn;
S 10.00 Sample price SI 0.73
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Southeast Texas Continues Most Prot
perous Regardless of Presidential
Cmpaifln.
Tho rniiKtnnt rmppliiK out of llemn
relatlvo to new or proposed railway
liuldlnK In HouilienMi Texan 1h iiiohI
etaillylnt; to nay Hie least of it. An
iihiui! ."hint; when n preNlileutlal
election oiitiipalKU 1h on we arc In ex
ceeilla (''"t I1"''' I" l" a II vt. Till'1
year, however, the llnauclal people
Heeiu lo ho content no mutter which
way fhi Election goon nml Hie reBull
Ifi'lltat tlio rraniMd money markeiH
uraiiot In cvldenco iiikI we, of Soulh-
ani Tomih, are on the eve of coiikIiI-
erulde railway conHtriicilon.
Amoiii' tho roiulH which mny result
In Homc'ihliiK ndvantaneoiu are:
The road from Marsliiill lo Hamnc.
The linker mad from Iho north-
west.
A Santa Fo extension from HoKnn
ast.
Oraniro & Northwestern extension
north from Iluun, and soinu day tlio
I. & C. N.
SpenUIntr of two of these propped
lines the Newlon County lleeord has
the followlnit hrlef mention:
The Simla Fo railroad Is pelllns
endv to hullil a lino from Cull, Rnnn
or some other point alotiR there Into
Louisiana. It. is more than prolmlilo
that the lino will start from TtoKnn
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or J-omo point. iiiki i hi iinn
throunh Newton nml on east 111
rdep to reach tho host pine tinnier.
The FtirvevitiK crew has boon nt.
wWlt severnl worUs. a
Surveyors for (he OranRo ft Norlh-
wostern hnvo been in Newton nml
Rahlno counlles for the past. week.
They bad no information to Rivo the
piibiio but. it lias been known for
somo time that, this company is pre
paring for an extension of eitfily
miles of their road. Tho owners of
this road have Immense pine land
holding, north and northeast, or
Ittirkeville and they want to get the
road Into this pine.
MISS MAYBELL HALL SURPRISED
HER FRIENDS.
No. COD.
Birdseye Maple Chiffoniers
Contain large drawers, with
French pattern mirror; double
swell front. One not onlv or
namental but. serviceable; man
ufacturers pricu $2.".no.
Sample price. S1S.73
iB.
Hal son is likely to have a rail
road sooner or biter while tlio exten
sion of another const ruction of a line
from Sour Kiiko on west is not Im
probable. Tho Otilf ft Interstate Is
likely lo develop into nn Important
laclor of a through lino nt any
time. It. is possible that, there are
no necoliationa on now but (hero Is
hardly any railroad property in the
country that will not be sold ny us
owners for some price.
Added to the railroad building pros
neelu are the nronosed construction
nine lines from the east and
nvtcnuinnH iiorttv.' lie lines are' in
imnv resnocts ns iiood as railroads
They furnish transportation facilities
and civo the product an otuier. wimrn
helps both the producer and the com
munity that gets the oil.
CONFEDERATE VETERANS.
Met in Monthiv Session Yesterday at
City Hall.
Tho United Confederate Veterans,
Albert Sydney Johnston camp No. 7-",
met yesterday afternoon at the city
hall, with Captain Oeorge VV. O llrien,
commander, in the chair.
The Invocation was delivered by
Chaplain W. 10. Rogers.
The attendance was not so h'rge as
li'e members hail hoped for. and they
asked The Knlerprise reporter to cull
r.t lent Ion to the non-attendance of
some of the brethren. The meetings
are always pleasant and have a good
effect, and the membership of the
ramp Is large.
The committee on subscriptions for
tlic fund fi.-r the erection of a monu
ment over the grave of General John
II. (lonlon reported $4 collected, and
aked fur: her time, which was granted.
A committee was appointed to look
into the ndvisabilty of changing tho
meeting time from 3 oeloclt tne nrsr
Sunday in each mnth to wimc other
nay in the week.
A committee wns also appointed to
lake charge of the general orders.
The commitees appointed to draft
r solutions of respect to I In? memory
of the deceased members. I.. 1. Ogdeii.
Mttnroe McFarlane and It. V. Tevis.
were g. anted further time on account
til the absence from the city of some
of the members of the committees.
After a general love feast tiixin re
minisoensen. the camp adjourned until
:, xt regular meeting.
To Be Faithful to Her Employer. Mr,
Peacock of San Antonio Stole
Her Away.
Miss Ma j bell Hall I known-to
many of iho yomiff poopbi of lieiui
mont ns n chnrinlim young lady In
(ho emply of tho busy Martin Wlrxs
Dry Oooiln establishment hut they
must herenftor change their Infurniu-
tlon.
'.'It's oh! so sudden!" wan undoubt
edly her exclamation Saturday after
noon when n handsome young , man
answering to the name of I'eAcocK
nine. In from San Antonio and asked
her In his own cunning way to bo
bis bride. She mny have answered
with her eyes or perhapn she Inst
gave that silent assent ho sweet uiwl
so expressive but her friends will In
sist for all time that il was quite
8inlden with all thai.
Miss Hall has been a member of
the younger Hooioiy set here and Is
pretty and accomplished. She camo
from St. Louis this season, presuma
bly to work for Mr. Wless during the
winter. Knst winter nho hold a re
sponsible position In San Antonio,
and it. Is guessed that. It. was (hero
where this building love first tiwik
root between them nor Is It. beyond
surmise to figure that distance con
tinued to lend enchantment, nml that
the young mail dually became so im
patient tliat the trip of Sal unlay wns
;iot .osly pleiiod but; beautifully ,ex
octHM. t'-:; ! !.'
Miss Hall remained nt her post, of,
duty all through yesterday anil then
when she .wont to supper the cere
mony took place. S'lio did not show
upon her pretty raco that nnytliliig
had happened., in. her life hut calmly
returned to her work and remained
(hero until 1 o'clock Saturday night.
The end of tho week always brings
about n big rush In this store and
Miss Hall was not tho fellow to
leave her employer in a lurch with
so much business on hand.
At 11 o'clock tho young man called
at; Iho storo and accompanied her
away. Tliey went to the iiotei nnu
spent the night, Uiaving yest.erili.y
morning nt 7:20 for San Anlonio.
It is hinted that this Item in tho
Enterprise may lie Mr. Wiess' first
intimation of the affair, hut it. is easy
to see Hint, he will have, little fault
lo find with Iho happy couple who
are now Eafoly "at home" in tho
Alamo City.
Miss Hall was one of tho most val
ued members of tho I5p!se.opal church
choir and yesterday they were won
dering wliero sho wns. She was
rooming with Miss Kva McFarland,
and the latter helped drown her sur
prise after 11 o'clock Saturday night
by assisting with tho packing of tho
trunk preparatory to the departure
yesterday morning.
Mr. I'eacock is a promising young
business man of San Anlonio.
AMUSEMENTS.
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Mannolia Park. tilein wo wnbl add that the trar-
T,U ik lar resort as thronged ' 'n n ie- is mott excellent and
. , , thev i:nc t,ad nil! I'lnii-h ail ilie cars
' ' " " n-eev-, y ti carry pass, n--rt Imih
i-i: lit. ciijeyria il -- ! bn " s nii'l ,.,M ,i 'ln wi-hout' any delay.
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ttv fne tii'"-ic. l'iM:y of tit'!
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ai lh; beaut if. ,1 r-.-id'ticr f
flip', and Mr. I;. I. KlUe i-t
'lii li.. Ie cm am, pi'nch and otler
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aiui v n ws cr !!! ;'.h L e-t.
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Tfie Ine 'f;ile . A
NEW WELL AT JENNINGS.
Tho Devil's Auction plays at the
Kylo tonight and tho Indications
point to a well filled house not wit h
standing this production has been
upon the stage for twenty-three years.
The bill boards around tho city recilo
the fact, that it is younger than ever
and the New Orleans rress was
specially complimentary of the pro
duction.
The advance sale Is healthy al
though in the case of such a largo
theatre as tho Kyle It is still possi
hie to got. many good seats.
The coming of this production
brings to mind the older days of
lieaumont's tlientrlcal life. When Mr.
John II. (iooilhiie was manager of Iho
opera house the little frame build
ing that saw such an excellent pro
duct Ions it would have been a sui
eiilnl piece of business for him to
bring to the city a musical comedy
sparkling with pretty girls. The pci
lilo here- would have proclaimed It a
breach of morality. In those days.
too. tho Devlin Auction was about
the only real musical comedy afloat.
Now It in all changed. The produc
tion gets largo houses and appreci
ative audiences. There is plenty of
good music In It and unite enough
acting and lines to drive away cure
from the most overowrked brain.
The coming of iIiIh show Is today hail
ed with delight by the same people
who twelve year ago would have
condemned It such Is life In a city.
Heywoed Oil Company Bring in Sat
isfactorf Producer in That Field.
The Heywood Oil company brought
in a good producer in Jennings Saiur
dnv etoler 1. Captain V. V. Tyr
. i. i. ,i.. - . . f,.a(Iir,. )M tng new.
til l'..II e H IM' r.-J.I 'rr '" null.'
e's capacity. f"-Ti'-d to 1m- a bit shy
aleut s'al rir the c1ii.il iim'.iitit the
jiew well won hi imih. but add' -1
llai ' 'li' H'v'xmI . i company cnM
r et a'l Ihe oil out ol be -I thai it
'..atiK-l."
Manager Yale'B claim that the
'Devil'B Auction" li the obb-st in
name yet the newest In point of nov
elty, can well lie rulistantiated In
this, the twenty third edition of this
famous Ftac!e, as every thing Is
new from ilie time ine runain ris-
the fir! aet until It In rung down
Ion the Irt auiiful transformation w-ene
"Amor"' Hovel at the close of the I
ix-rforman'i'. I.veiy art, novelty audi
a'l the no nery.
iirn:inr. itc, In fart. teH im ,M I
feature i ri'a'n-4 and thi" theatre
?,ini Ji'i! Yir of IV nniiunit c-riin'y
bav- a trt in utore for li-m n
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At.na For-I of TV-'itmirit.
w.-r'- Tnarri'-d y--i,.r'lay i.f -f iMfi a
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rc'i fioisil.le f'-nl'tre lia Iku
obtain' d by M:mrer Clinw. !t. Yule,
for lb- mtiMHM -! tt t. .n of bin
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Hey wood OH Co.
PRODUCERS and SHIPPERS OF CRUDE OIL
OF BEAUMONT AND SOUR LAKE, TEXAS.
CompUU Equipment and all Facilities fop quick deliver,
OkTlCE: Kylo Opera Houaa UIU'l.
References-Any of the Beaumont BanKi..
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Via. ShreVcport and Cotton "Belt Route.
...Dining Car Service...
This Train' Leaves ' 7:45 A. M. Daily
ArrtlnR in St. Locfs Next Morning. ' ' "l
Double Daity Service to Kansas City.
Through 'Buffet Steepens
C. E. SWINDELL,
Ccnl. Pass. Act.
R' A. MORRIS,
City Pass. TicKet Ant.
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LIGHTING AND POWER
ICjC AND COLD STORAGE
Rates Fttmlshatl on Application. All Order Ruccive Prompt Attentisn
Main Office 380 and 382 TeVi? St.
iilWl WURLOS FAIR ROUTE.
fWWMa T. LOUIS
mmW' THROUGH SLEEPERS'
fiwMW''''''' jSarta.Feand
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H tV''"-", Harvey Dining Halls. Stop-over at
JSjS'kf -' "' Eureka Springs. W. A. TULEY, Gen- "
fir J ' era' fassenger Agt., Fort Worth, Tx.
inrKSKMWrtif?MwM
You can't afford
to miss the great
air
The greatest show ever liclJ, an cd'icalion
within itself, equal to a journey 'round the
world.
Why not (jo now 'thin month
kstC3 are very low, nccomodutions nre easily
had at reasonable rricci. If yotj are in doubt
about the cost of a visit you ctn purchase a
complete round trip irscladirfj ra;lroj'l tic'.rct,
hotel accomoJati'.ns with meals. sdmi,-s;on
to the Fur and a'.l r.cctsssry cxp" fr n"Y
riumber of days at a certain Sxrd r-iice. with
ajrairrr.cr.ts aH ma e in advance- Wr'te us
about this at once '.o-u2y. The CcUcn Celt
Route operates
Through Daily Train toot. Louis
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i tr ... I Wi. i I fir tul xt con" jme
1:4.1. 'ie i,U. t'e.
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W. L V, F.AUME, C. P. T. A.
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Clf 'l v ! 1 ; Il f...i'c AprrH
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