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. .3! ' 1 1 1 B- ' "': 6tratford Bell. One Pntlitli t? I iv-ivi Krrn Avnn'i t'.thktf. In u .i,.ni.w. iM f lu'iir hy lii.iu illil l,,,i: T in ihi'Ih 4 k..i n nw.til ly In ki.iil Willi '11. mil I'lr r.illlf vwiUlii'il Hill In. il. Wi', iiif Imi..ki tltn'iiiit fiuin a fur-off II. WI. 1 1. - t Hie ".h Hi I 111. Mill, . " Oh ln'H it ar That nIi.iiii.i-. mii ii tun-, ly I hi' in rluil.li I 'ft tv.u.'l l-'aiiitliiii In tiiii M.iiliii iiuhIi' mill m-iir I'll II MI'lill Illy M IiiU'I llllil lixiilllllll Hifllllll I In llli tl Ir.'in tin kl.a iiml uiil in, lu: I lu- -litiix-H Or tfti.iifi.nl iiiiik iiml luiiu; tin' wry iiiniiriil M hi in ii i i, n Willi n ilrji-vuli il I'im-i h i r ni"M Wlllll HHin llll I'HilllllH l"llf III! I". I" Willi htlll.ll. . - T Si nk' "i'i ai'-'x inlisln Iu Iiihiii ! tho lii li'OlliiM Mm lil. r. n. r. fcrka6e ( 'ro Dr. I''nsitlr llinist Ills (minis In In lil.i iiui'Ki'ts, nml hIihhI IimiMiik iliiwn at tin- yy with an mlil nil vl un- of tic t'i tiilnat it'U una 'iit r';ity In his ex (iri'sslon. For Ilic (list time In hlii lifo his t hi ; 1 1 tin I hiinnliil. mi'l IiIh words J j Imt lnilliiifjly i'iri'Hh'il llli' in nil inK Ik- Inn! Inli'iiili-il. 'I'll t K I'lid IitI tiiti'il him cxin iiifly, nml In- rtnoil very Ntnihlit nml iliKiiltloil, trylriK hy Mi.innllc cii! niitwiii'il i.'iliii tn iilmiu (or lll.H ll'Cl'Ilt lll'l VIIUMH'HH. The j;IiTh nvcrli il lai a van uinli'iila lily pretty, nml Juki now a ileep flmh lent it Iiililillnillil I'liiii'in. -'i' Iiml known fur a Iiiiik linn.' that, r. ;oner or laler, thin iiioinent would it.vr.. She liit'l prejiaii'd lnTHi-lf for It; yot now tluil. it wus hero aim hail hwI denly weakiMieil Into lrrPHoli'tloii. The doelor wiiti hi'il her Iteenly. At leimth i;lui turned In her ehnlr. and her eyeH met hln B(iinrely. "Thero are inany reasuiiH, Ilob," pho said, HofUy, "why I kIioiiIU uy 'yes.' " Tho doelor permit toil himself n snille of eiiroiiniaemeiit and Biitlsfuc tlon. "And there ale more, I thlnlc, why I kIioiiIiI miy 'no,' " aim pursued. "Kiithiirine!" ho was Ktartled Into expostulating- "I'm koIiik lo he perfectly frank with yon," nlie mild. "Do," he tuned ten-'rly. "I hhiin't nay that I don't mm for you. II. Isn't thai! Indeed, I scarcely ldiow how to make yen uiiderstaiid Just what It Is that, nialies nie hesl tnto to marry you. I honor you and trust, you, hut. I think then; is too much in your makeup. If thero were mime follileHr hoiiio little weakness in you, you would he mora more human Vou bond thlnns to your will. I think I'm afraid of you." Tho doctor's chin "-out up, and he launhod in evident relief. "Don't, pleas"," said tho Klrl ro proachl'uJly. "Its Kerloii." "I know, dear; I know," said the doctor hastily, "hut knowing count Ickh weak points l.i myself as I do, it Rooms absurd. I'll develop Homo of these Immediately." "I should doted shams tit once," she warned him. "I can assure you, I'm not a tyrant," Tip Htild earnestly. "Mayn't I have my answer now?" "I'll kIvh yon an nnswer In a mouth," said trio Klrl, "hut please please don't be too hopeful." Thp month an nearly up. Ki'thar lne Thorpe hud f; n over the matter itless times H-mietliliiK thought- f.iliy, sometimes wistfully, sometime!' tearfully. Hut always her mind had boon shap Ihk itself townrd the ine liable. She rould never marry Ilob Kosdlek. I.ove Mm? 1 She could not blind herself to the flint I Imt she did; but With a feel Iiik akin to aeuto terror she roini; tilzeil that In his laiRor. stnuiKer in dlvldiialltv her owu would be crushed and helpless. Slip was KoitiR to a ninllnce that Mi Mocd toofcing down t the g'rl. :ar'h k.'i-ri,.fi I'h t!e r.ieer. u1 )'it a ti i!i,'-t r'.- t-at Ti:'i n'l .ii" i Ti 1t.f iVm fr-j.t jml ir f !,.. T!r. r l,OI.-. M..' tlj.. t" tY'-mi-r c!r-lf 'f rnni nt;' i; -r"r i.prnlr urtnTlnr t'lii'in lr Th l'!r I'li.lli.e d ri l-iiti tt fTt xA l'k jr.ir r. O'aan Ii I- aii from !-' S th m iatr a j-'r.r ! !ii oi a A mk l-Vi of l'itltr ! -i-'i;,t tl kt 'itlV- T-1 Vf r. M !.. Imi-'- -p.' urn lli '''ft- -)i7l!.: a.?"T ""ii T1 "t.''y t1 ' i1 t'" T" J.rV i ai 1 - T' a a','t,-ti: of.- a'l 4 1h friu lt --fH Jfa tb- Ll'I 1'j tl '.-k .! Kutharln Vntiw thoae atupa, and br tiriutib oulrkt-ued. Kha heard the door from tba hall into th hark parlor opened; heard little Ted' cheerful "Hello. Hoc!" and leaned fin nrd l aijerr In her chair to llHten. "Hello, oh) chap!" sh hmird Hub KoniIIi k'l voice nay. "Kuniilim?" "Hure." came Teil't plilii voho. "Whut you tot In the hat;?" "litH of thlnii," wui tliu imiicom initial reply. "Any plustcr f imrl?" "Why. ," nuIiI Kosdlek. "WV've Kot to i hunito the (B;.t IhU afteniooii you know, laddie." "No. wlr eo. Not this art' rnoon." said Ted. viilh a force that wus ridicu lous In the pl;ilnR voice. "O, I say. old i luip." Klin Koaillrk in rn'nclIJatory Iih-h. , "Not to day," wild Ui nma'1 voice llully. Kvldctitly the doctor wi tit about bin preparations, for presently the small voice iidvhicil: "Hotter put 'em hack In the Inc, Doe. To-morrow you ran kIiIiik inc up by tin- anus, if you wunt to, hut iiol to-duy." "Why not today?'' From the dm- ,13 M i i mm m mi i x tui "Katharine!" he said. tor's vclec It was plain ho was loslnf? KI'OI.'.'I. "Too n' n lylnp In the sun hero,' Tod explained. "It may rain to-imaV row. "Suppose It doesn't?" the doctor siiK- KOKted. "We'll wait and see," said Ted. A rii'j'.nciit later tho authoritative pipe of ji voice commanded: You can't, no yet, Doc. You've not lo read to mi'." I'll ask your mother to read to you, old chap. "You road," tho rhlld commanded. "You sop, I'm awfully busy this aft ernoon, roHiiicic ncanii. Tho bird b xik Is on tho table hy tho fireplace," said Toil. Tho point was carried. Katharine hoard Kosdlek draw up a ehalr and IiorIi) to road aloud. Occasional' ho paused, for what reason was tputo evident,, fo.r y (H oaejj'.lire.'iilltlli .Uio rcadiiiK Ted's voice alllrmed: I Hi iwako all rlnht. Go on, Doe." After a time tho doctor paused find thero was no response. Katharine heard him steal enutlously from tho room. In tho hall Mrs. llrewer ac costed 111 in. "Is it over?" she asked. In tow tones. "We d'dn't rhnnRP the cast to-day," aid Kosdlek, apologetically. "I've boon rending to him ever since I anio." Mrs. llrewer lanched softly. "If wo ran straihten that spine of his," tho doctor went on, "I think the young man will have his share of suc cess In tho world. Ho rules me like a satrap, I'll admit." Mrs. llrewer said sometblni; very low to the doctor, and n another mo mont ho entered the pni'lur. I have hoard It all." said Kathar ine, rlsltiR to ureet him. SometliluK I" her shining eyes net his pulse thi'obblim. Katharine! ho said. I heiw I'm not nfrald of you any more." he whlsered. Harry rroston iu Ho.-:- u Globe. Czar'a Confidential Adviser. Apr.rt f r out his wife and mother. who are ald to be the only members if his fu-'lly in whom the cznr can place- Implicit trust, Ins only other boKom fib-mi Is Prince klitomsky, the proprietor and editor ef Hie Vie lomo.tl. which li the organ looked to I lironuliont the whole empire as the real exponent of opinion In court cir cles. The prlree neeoiiiniiiie'l the rar when still r.srev!t h on hW tour tn the far Kii"t. and afterward wrote nml lilch falutin' Inxd. about tl. An ifiparltiK cr'llr of KtiKtiind. he jinn T'-'i'opliobe of the fir.-t waller, ami nvrrtlos all the present trouble t. be CMnene m1 ) V if "."ini.'itiy. tie bn ai custotiieil the .:r t.i n ;.iril India a the ultimate hiiit:ie,e it v Slav nice. PrHt rrr d to Fac the Crowd. The Militi'-e t!irl 1 nil. ii, i; it a l'.r"lwiy ( tin- tier iin I .11 -In JMllie ill and wer,. f t I -t - 1 iy l,e 'In k t" il l l'-r a 1 'lee ill the r The r a ti nl i.i'i. The In t'.e c.nr.i r a the it';, uikh--n( . -. H it t'.e Tuan a a f 'xl. r. 1 .m l.e..w l"a 'ti' pr. f.-i-- Ml :i..:.r. r Tfi to nr-t t 'w i t n f. I. 1' 1 1 .' 'rr- nif r' ;.it t nrf--! f' c a ' i' w ! lb" r...in ft '. w.1 I'M M. h f-n.4 I '.," k CLASSIFIED COLUMNS llolf Cent Per Word, If Paid in Ad van ce, Positively One Cent a Word If Charged. N Ai. take for Wit tken 25c. Adi erdarad lo ma farther notice will be ckart4 till ordered out. 6) toffifc till WANTtD. . WANTKI) Oct. JI, 3 or 4 rooms, fiirui.sheii or tin l in uIhIk-iI. for . HkIh lioiiselki epliik'; on sidewalk anil "near car line. Address Jt, euro Knlerurise. lu j jip. WANTI'ID A tiilll-wriKhi. planer man and saw lllor. Koom ilj Kelib lild. lo-Ilip WANTKD A nood IiusIiiomh 'iiiiiii with level head, must be of sober hale iis, to travel for whisky house in ml xcrllsilii; scheme. Itefeiences. A bond reipiired. Salary baseil on n mount of business done. Address or call on A. Josey, j:!u, Crockett St. iu a--:ile. 1 WANTKD A Joli. A youni; man of Kood address wishes employment im riedlalely In store or olllce. Address loom I'D, I Jul Ion Hold. M M WANTI0D( Compel eiil. dressmaker wauls scwIiik by the day in privnie families; hesl eil.y relerenee K'ven. Address (1. I,. lieaumont, Texas. IO-2-:!lp UK. W.M. C. UA1HD, I'nyslclao and Suritoon. chronic and privalo diseases Whuttiver may . bo your ailment, you run Bet vuluublw ad vim and ireutiiieni. All iinforiunutes buvn kind advice; ollleo V. iJlancbelto lUd'i.. now 'phoiiB 1 If! liilwirntorv 'nhoi.u liU. 9 , - - , NOTICE Mr. Helen McCarey will ooen her achool of Stenography, Mon day, September 5th, 1904. Day and night clasaea In dictation $5.00 per month.. Positlone guaranteed.. Fur ther information call at Room 11 New Blanchette B da.. Pearl bt., ueau mont. Texas. New Phone 6. 1m0 BUYERS AND CONTRACTORS. For Iron fences, brick, counters, floor railings, flro escapes, window guaros, levator enclosures, cods, crine aim wire work for all purposes. Writ tne Texas Anchor Fence Co. Fort Worth, Tenn. tfO WANTKD A flrst-rdnsH urse tit JlUs Mberty avenue. ' Settled woman pre ferred. ' 21 f WANTKD A lady who underslunds music and Is capable of Inking idmrKo of an oirioo. References reipiired. Call sulle 4H, Alexander biiildliiK. 2-L'l f'OI.OIiKD filltl-or it years, c n Iiml kimhI homo with small family nr. reasonable wages wllll prlviloRO of troinn lo school. Must sleep on prom ises. Inipiire nt Knl.erprbo olllce at 7 p.m. lO-St-iili WANTKD Position by competenl l;ooli keeper; best, cllv leferenee. Ad ibess M. T. II., P. O. Box 8, City. !),2!) 7tp ' !' . ! -i WANTKD Tho public to know I hat Tali.iin Itros. pay highest, pi'lcps for Second hand goods of all kinds. Im inoilialo sei'vieo. See us before you sell. (:.ri2 Orleans St. iwp WANTKD To sell on Iiistallment, plan a $1,200 six room, ilonblo gallery houso for $1,000. Dr. llaird, New 'Phono 120 or 575. 9 23 WANTKD Good boy with horse to take route on Enterprise. Apply to C. 11. Haley, Circulator. -WANTED. For U. S. Army: Able bodied unmarried men between ages 21 and 35: citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting Oflloer, Postotlloe Build ing, Roaiimont, Tex. 7-3 e.o.d. tr FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR TRADE Rice land limber land and saw null. Cottages I ulil on installment plan. Room l!.ri, Keith llldg. 10-2-:!lp FOR SAKE line lishing ri; thick. Cheap. incline, below dtp -House lloul 12x112 feel, nets, decoy ducks, fish Apply at fool Carroll Hospital. SMITH. !l,:!0 FOIv SAKE 3 oung milch cows, guaranteed nml llrst calves. $45.00. Dr. Itaird, V. ltlunchotte Duilding; new phono 120 or fi"5. 8 20-t-f c FOR RENT. FIRST class rooms ami board can be id al 52ii Mulbery, half block from pi stollioe. Privilege of bath ami phone. $25 per month. MRS. K. A. ttUlllllA.il. Ill-lite FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room with all conveniences. Ills Pearl Klreet, rpposilo court house. lli-1-..lo. FOR KENT Two nicely furnished mailed rooms, dresser, nous, coo stove etc., front gallery, u." H" inoiiili. Other larg. tinfiirnished mnis from $2 00 o $5.50 per room; one six room i-oltage, iiii, it. ikiu i. V. ltlaiichello bld g , or new "pbone i jo .r FURNISHED ROOSra Elegantly furnished rooms, with or without meals. Helslg apartmenta. 2-6-tfc CHEAT OPPOKTCNITY Mamniotl' i.c plant: ixcliisive fmit dbtrlct :ac!e; '..uiidry ileitis bin business; boarding :.iiee for rent; truck farms. Jobr .1 Wim-.iII J 2; 71 LOST m h 1 ae T' ' t . 1 n. X I H'-'O-d r inr-il i n V- f tr V'ir1 ri i -,i t I.--.. Vnf- I.HST-On Pearl irei-t. iMtwii'li P.l'kin apartment and Stark builditiC a in.li'i told ai.h. wi'h iniii.ils 1" I. on one ti!". Wnlthnm wrVs V .i'i h :' ii'iai bed to a blue enamel t n I'ti'l'-r d. n-e return ' ,''1-' ,.f": ,.r p.m 5. Pipkin l-uil'litic. an I T e. il- r. ,i.t 1" "-"'C MISCELLANEOUS. nsii and oysti:i;s S. rx. ,1 or sold in l"''k. Aly , I t. ! Ala fT.-h. Pete !' I "i KATHAN t-ELL IT fCR LESS. i.m ;mm w 'M lon ble d i ( T : t i-i'T. ;'! " ., .... fr. 'f, . l' I'tVCY 1' en n; ei.en'rv ;ii t"iv . or I"!'- r 1' . T TO TIC . or 'l-lr.-5 5 22 V! P O mp. COMMODIOUS coml'oilablo furnish. oil riMims, wllll or without boani. Siieelnl i-ali's for month or weeic. New management. Modern conven iences. Tho Gray; C Bellinger, pro prlelor. Corner Pearl and Washing to streets. 10-3 2lc. Sour Lake "Siprtngs Hotel," rebuilt and refurnished. Rates. $2.00 and 9 r.n npr rinv. Meals GO cents. Spec lai weekly and monthly rates. Hotel bus ineetu trains, faro 21 cents. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President: AKTON H. PARKER. For Vico President: HENRY O. DAVIS. State and District. For Congress: M. J,. DUOOCKS. For Governor; S. W. T. KANIIAM. For Lieutenant-Governor: GEO. 1). NEAL. For Compl roller: .JOHN W. STEPHENS. For Stale Treasurer: JOHN W. ROURINS. For Com. (K-n'l Kami Ollic.e: J. J. TKRUEKK. For Attorney General: R. V. nAVIDSON. For Sii)t. Public Instruction: R. II. COUSINS. For Railroad 'OnlP'lsui""" AKKISON MAYF1EI.D For Associate Jus. Supreme Ct.: T. J. 15HOWN. For Judge Ct. Crinihml Appeals: M. M. RROOKS. For Associate Jus. Ct.' Civil Appeals: R. A. PLEASANTS. For Represent ive: . WALTER A. MYRICK. For District Judge: " L. II. IIIGHTOWER. Jr. For County Judge: D. P. WHEAT. For County Attorney: C. W. HOWTIT. nmmmmmmmm For District Clerk: H. KOYKIN, Sr. For County Clerk: HAL G. LAND. For Sheriff: RAS LANDRY. For Tax Collector; R. D. KENT. For Tax Assessor: S. W. PIPKIN. For County Treasurer: JACK COWARD. For County Surveyor; CI S FA I.KENBEKf!. For Or. Supt. Public Instruction: M. L. MOODY. For Justice of the Peace: II E. SHOWERS. SAM HOLMES. For Commiss;otin : MAKLY EASTHAM. For Constable: G. P. HOLDER. I. O. B. 8. Monday. Ou Monday eve, October 3, at Ii p. in., tho 1-hnriiahia organUation, tho . O. D. Ii., will Rive u inimical and literary enieriaininent lit tho room of tho Harmony Club. All ftio Invited to mteiul. WOLF HF.CHT. D. Huillnlek. S'ee'y. PreHldent. Attorney at Law W IvI. Croolc ATTORNEY. Corporation and Commercial Law. Roomi 1-17, BlanchotU Eitato Bldg. Aitoclated R. C. Harris, I. W. Lawhon Beaumont, Texas. SEYMOUR KI5CH ATTORNEY AT LAW. K 17 Gllberrt Building. Beaumont Correspondent! In New York. St. Louis, Chicago, Etc. FOR SALE CHEAP i pair large Mare Mules, i pr. medium sizeflules Apply at once to French MarKet Grocery Co. William Weber General Contractor and Builder BEAUMONT, TEXAS. Prof. Cheesman's rp uancmg . i Academy Opens Sat. Oct. 1st .11 lor gtris ana men, rj-N Oct. 3 for Adults. , -...SSS MUSIC STUDIO MR. WM. A. KIRKPATRICK Teacher of Voice, Piano, Organ, 466 Magnolia Ave. Prospectus Mailed on Application Dr. A. C. Stafford, Dentist In prepared to do all kinds of dental work. Prices' reasonable. Examina tion free. Gas given In extracting when requested. Rooms 14 and 15 over French Market New phone 80G " 1 LEO. Iv. FREEMAN Violin Instruction Address 545 Pearl St. Beaumont. C. T. Helslg. T. V. Smelker. HEISIG SMELKER. GENERAL INSURANCE AND SURETY BONDS. Phones 51 BeaumoDt. Tex. Saratoga Batson Transfer AND LIVERY STABLE. PHILIP H. GARRIGAN, Propr. Hoavy hauling and general transfer and livery business. Phono No. 5; Saratoga, Texas. A.Broussard's LIVERY. in Old Beaumont Iron Works Stand, corner Bowie and Orleans. BOTH 'PHONES 63 MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES. JEWEL RY. Low Rate Int. UNCLE SAM, Pearl St. MmMNG OF FINE LACES. One Case Whe-e American Genius Is Still at Fault. "Kin. lace." saij W. W. Chaco. "const itute one of tl' most readily salable classes of merchandise h!ch Is iniNirtcit to this country, and It Is a source of womUr that American prniiis has n t drviscd some way la which to meet this demand with a do uics'ic article which will serve th same purpose and can be sold at sonu'l hir.c Use tin- same price. "Hut t has not." he continued. "Wo have had inwiiy machines Invented, hut the nc.mt wo can come is to mnnufnetur" a type of lace hlh i naturally cheap and does not In any sinse aiproaih ill handmade foreign rival. f curse. Auu-riian womeu could Ve tantht in time to knit smb Two fabrics as 11 . Ir sislers do In It land. Knlane. Kru.ce. rjirtnaty ana 1jIii: hut e in this centitry are tio tn-x makinp rton. y to a-te tl.ne tn t'u. way. 'I have travc-.. d all wr rnror'. srd t- tport irt'irtirr niribod vt niaUinc l e over tliJte that I an, rrif was I'lau. n. Germany. It t v ". n on a kin 1 . f N.ltire cloth n.i. lc cf fin s:'k. ar.d art the r" r ' r.-n.,,lct'd a cna-a cM. lni f lh ar.' . r1. I ri '''J t.p 1;iiic il.-'h atn ay. l.avsr.f .T.! "io lue. T. y slfu. a i-f a t. ru e !!,' ,i---b f ti e ac id I ord- r I i e ve ic a rut, eld vljr" Ijouif.'t; lrr?d- How are Your Eyes You owe It to your self to find out at once. See our eye specialist. THE BECK JEWELRY CO. Leading Optlclana Hebert & Hebert, BUTCHERS and Dealers In Live Stock. Look out lor nesro and mule, for noo raised meat and pork. Give as a cs.ll ICS Mala street. Both Kbones J20. HEBERT A HEBERT. i V. WIES8 & SON . Fire. River and Marine. Accident I and Tornado Insurance. Etb- K . t HfC r 1 nCTDflT ' i X ' C ,7 A J r-r Set Complete, ready for use, on Calder, Orleans, Peail, Austin, Magnolia, Liberty. North, Hebert, Forsy the Col lege, Park, Pine and Main Sts. For $25.00 BEAUMONT GAS CO. j J. S. GORDON S QO. GRA9N FEEP PHONES No. 32 ESTABLISH I 3 138. R. f OTHNER THE POPULAR JEWELER r CROCKETT STREET, - ..BEAUMONT, TEXA9 B. R. Norvell, President. Geo. C. O'Brien, VIce-Pre3ldnt. Chas. H. Stroeck. Canbler. W. B. Llgon, Assistant Cashletv W. C. Tyrrell, 2ml V. P. American National Bauli, OF BEAUMONT. Capital StocK, SiOO,OOO.O0. Exchange. Drawn on all Principal Cities of the World. W have the only Separate Steel Safety Deposit Boxes In tht City... UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY O000C0000K00'1 0 iKOK00OCOOO0t.a This Space Belongs To The 0QKOKO4COCKKCOCrC0 i "r"1"" """ isii-Tr!MsaHWSB!rgi'r Park Farm LitSiia Waer "Both Phones On Credit. Cash. I s pbon t. Bean mont, Tesac II Corner S'rtli St. ad Broadway. r-auniont. l(tas. A pr,Tarat"ry prh d fr l"T ani riHs. Ft"'''' a't FtudT.' i riTif; !" rit r,n 1-r '':. Af ft Mat ion eh I i'" r- -r of lr .a la dr.. Iirar.rt"-; f t fin f,r?-r ?""'l '. A"tit- lfn ty it lni:;'"il Arthur B. Ph'l p. B. A, Vs"'. O'i Vbone CV-Jer One Cillon Water Three Gallons Water Five Gallons Water Ten Gallons Water -One Barrel Water . .10. .25 - .35. - .50 1.00 .08 .20 . -,30 .40 .E0 Special TicKet Discounts: 15 One Gallon Tickets 6 Three Gallon TicKets 5 Five Gallon Tickets 3 Ten Gallon Tickets 5 One Barrel Tickets 10 One Barrel Tickets 20 One Barrel Tickets $1.00 LOO I 1.00 I .90 a 3.25 1 6.C0 io.OO I Call for Tickets. il