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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. TUESDAY OCTOBER 4, 1804.
The Sale Wholesale RUNS ALL THE WEEK At Wholesale Means by the Dozen or by the bolt as the case may be. Nat urally we can sell by the bolt cheaper than by the yard because we save the clerk's time, the wrapper's time, delivery man's time, additional paper and twine, losses from over measure and so on, besides a larger and a quicker turn-over enables us to buy bigger, hence cheaper. Best Calicoes Over 20,000 yards from which to select, Ac sc a yard, by the bolt, per yard BooK Fold Percales Narrow, but a nice tloth.in pretty colors, Z 5c a yard, by the bolt, per yard - A wider and better one, Finctta brand, Zc per yard 6 l-4c, by the bolt J2 A still wider and better one, per yard jZ 8 l-3c, by the bolt, per yard 8" Our best 10-cent Percilcs, Jp7 by the bolt, per yard Bleachings Fruit of the loom, per yard 9c, 7c by the bolt, per yard ' Lonsdale Green Ticket, per yard 8 l-3c, y5 by the bolt, per yard ' 8V Cold Medal, per yard 8 l-3c; jZg by the bolt, per ya rd Plantation, per yard 7 l-2c, fc by the bolt, per yard vr w Clover Bleach, yard wide, per yard Sc, AZ -by the bolt, per yard t Knight's Bleached Cambric Per yard 8 1-3, by the bolt, per yard 7 3-8c Brown Domestics Yard wide Sea Island, per yard 7 l-2c; by the bolt, per yard & 3-4c Next best L. L. brand, yard wide, per yard 6 I-4c, by the bolt, per yard 5 3-8c Next bct per yard 5c, by the bolt, per yard 3 3-4c Yard Wide Canvas Puritan brand, per yard 4c. by the bolt, per yard by the bu!e, per yard 4 3-4c 3 l-2c A. C. A. Feather Tick P, r yard 12 l-2c, by the bolt, per yatd II 3-4c ThorndiKe Mallress TicK Per yard 8 l-3r, by the bolt, per yard 7 ;-8r Blankets 10-qu.rtrr while cotton, frr pair 75r, ppr half do-rrn pair, prr pair ll-quitrtrr Colored Cotton Rlanftet, prr r-'r 1. 0U; per h.ifilo7cn pair, prr pair fc7 l-2r Wide Sheeting Pepperell Bleach, 2 1-2 yards wide, per On3r yard 25c, by the bolt, per yard 4" 2 1-4 yards wide, per yard, 22 I-2c, 1 n7 -by tbe bolt, per yard M.yi 2 yards Wide, per yard 20c, by the g Jt?3 -bolt, per yard - XU4 1 3-4 yards wide; per yard 17 l-2c, Q 'r by the bolt, per yard "2' Ontario, nine-quarter bleach, per O 1 yard 20c, by the bolt, per yard 1 O 2 Crash Toweling' Bleached HucK, per yard 6 l-4c, by the bolt of 2."jC yards, per yard 4 5-8c Cotton Crash, per yard 5c, by the bolt per yard 4 I-4C Curtain Goods Nice Fall Crctons, per yard 8 l-2c, by the bolt, per yard i-. - 6 7-8c Yard wide Curtain Scrim, per yard 6 I-4c, by the bolt, per yard , 4 5-8c Apron Checks 6 1-4 grade, by the bolt 5c Genuine OmesKeag brand, per yard '7 l-2c, by the bolt, per yard ' 6 3-8c Outing' Flannels Genuine AmosKcag brand, per yard I()c, by the bolt, per yard 8 7-8c Best 8 l-2c grade Outing, by the bolt, per yard 7 5-8c 7 I-2c Outings, by the bolt, per yard 6 7-fc 6 1-4 cent Outings, nice and wide, by the bolt per yard 5c Sheets Blair brand, 2 yards wide, with seam, per each 50c, per dozen 5.C 0 Unbleached with seam 2 yards wide, per each 45c, per dozen - 4.45 Pillow Cases Full size bleach, per each 10c, per dozen 9:c Better grade, per each 12 l-2c, per dozen 1.25 Towels HucK size 16x32 inches, per each 10c, per dozen 1-00 Linen HucK, per each 12 l-2c, per dozen 1.25 Counterpanes Full size hemmed or fringed, prr each 90c Per half dozen, each 74c If you can't ust full tu Us why not club .n uith your neifihbor and Srturr uhtlctalc rates? Tliulfcvila Auction, twenty llfeo yitira ('hi, nit HiUliiio hi theatrical mill ytt younger lUau ever arcurdlug in Hie ndvnm-o notice, waa tliv bill al 1 ho Kylo luht night. A acktl audience greeted Iho pro duction n-Kimlli'rf of two nmg coun ter attraction In 1 ho city ami It U sale tu BHKiTt that in atxty day from now there would he another fu.l uoua0 i'V'ii a return engagement. A o-Hint 111 of tlilu hh riuiulur uml ahowy liniiliirtiiill It u lilt out of lUHto iiiiwu di.ya whoii iit-urly every theatre K'r fiiiin the elgiit -year old up haa aeeii li itinl Kiiiiwh li uh will a 1 ho averago critic. It U merely iitHfHhHry to nay Hal thin fi at lire wan belter limn lust vcar or that fcatu v waa not no kimmI. Tho audle.ieo IiikI night waa rep-ii-hiiiiaiivo. Thu dreaa circle ami Ita dressy friiiil wm tilled, tho flrat bal cony wan rtlU(l and tbo roonl, that ha ven of tlio theatric god of riffraff, van full, full of people not tho red that rutin wild. Tlio reault la that you will hear the downaialra fellow nay ho didn't like It. tho II at balcony pro duct wlil be fairly well pleased, while 1 he fellow who can't afford tho blub priced lower aeata will tell you It waa pi cat. That w an tho alt nut ion laat night It alwiiya la with the Devil "a Auction. Next llmo when a young houao wife welt known matron In her tn nty-fourth year, the people will go aK.aln and they will got their monoy'a worth. 'I'heivi u'cru one or two I10V and catrhy dunces last nluht that deaorvo mention and tuo livoiltt trio sikhiiu tiiiiko n hit whorovc- It koph If tta work coiitlniioa of tho rIU ciIko char acter dlaplayod laat nmnt. I no ancn rry was Riwd and Toby waa ua popu Ihr aa evci. TnkiiiR tho entire audlonce from top to bottom the production wa8 well received and will be invited to come There Is nothing more at tne ivyiu th'a week and Monday and Tueaday 01 next week will alao be dark. This will perhaps result l.i the theatrical appet te of 1I( anmoiiters being par-lii-iilarly good by the time of the next at 1 ruction. Little Limelights. Tho Al tt. Field Minstrels will go from Uuiisvllle to Nashville, Mem phis and Ulrniinsham. Kiiglne Tresbrey has signed a con tract with Fruik I.. Pcrley to alago "The Rtemal Feminine." Carl Mar- .l,r linu lint.n onirmroil to nut On tllO " 'h ' r r-. - I .. . . . . e....t.. nnpnninn nU lirofK (lailCOH IIIKI IiniiU ;i:iihmi. Which arc to bo a feature of the piece. Klarivil Sunday night ami fl money ami ariiclea of value taken The thief baa mil yet leen appre hended, thouKh the police autliortilca are working 011 the cae. Mr. and Mr. C. W. Itrooka, Mr Claude Nabcra and Mr. V. II. l-lk'oa will bo anions the lleaiiniouiera to Itko itaaaaise on the Mallory line from Ualveaton to New York on Wednesday. Stato rrealdent O. P. Bowser haa laaued liU rail for tho good rouda meeting hero October 10 ami II. He INirta rontlnuo to roino In of a lame attcudanco on tlioao dates. . Mr. and Slrt, John ' n. WMaon arc oxHirtod injhla nioriilng op tho Sun set Limited, after a trip of aeveral months to l Angeles and other California uolyta. The frnme for tho mormons, Mc-Faddln-WloaaKylo rlco niU tank Is almost rompleted. They will have a perfect water nystcm of their own. Or. P. 8. drimth of lloeaton and C. Laughlln of nay City were In nonu nion! yeaterdny. They are Interested In oM at tho new fields. The nika will hold an Important regular ireetlng tonight, and they wish n co'dlal Invitation extended to visiting members. City Attorney Teaglo and Judge J. F. Ijinler were In Knunlxo yesterday, looklnn after tho Sour Lako lucorpor at Ion flglit. Mr. and Mrs. .!mi Sollnsky went to Hempstead. Sundny, to attend tho doit bl wedding of their two young lady cousins. M as May niffey of Austin, la vlalt Ir.R at the home of Mra. It. S. (Jreor, on Hallroad Avenuo, until after Wed nesday. President H. It. Norvell. of he Amer ican National Hank, la ncnln at home, after a abort plcaauro vlalt north and cast. Mr. and Mrs. Jean I'lpkln will leave today over tho Kansas City Southern for St. Louis. MAGNOLIA PARK Tuesday and Thursday Evenings Music Dancing Com Out ao lajoy TMIC00L BIEEZES TMK FINE MUSIC THE DANCING THE KIND W INT MARTIN WEISS DRY GOODS STARTS IT. CO. Charles Froham has arranged to move Kdnn May and "Tho School Girl" from Daly's to the Herald Square Theater on October 24. the move is necessary because i no m- gnleo," now in rehearsal,, must open thou at Daly's. Charles Itiolinuin will lio Adi Re ban's leading man in her tour this season. Robert Loraine, who was to head Miss Rohan's company, has been so successful In "Taps" that the man agement considered it bad business policy to take him out of the cast. Tho actors engaged by M. Cazollcs for the forthcoming season of French plays at the Amer'ein Theater will sail for New York. Saturday M. Du lac. who will play leading roles, haa relinnuisliod an important engagement t the Odoon to till nis contract. Arrangements are being made whereby Da.i T. Heddoe, the great ten or sinner, will sing nat St. Louis, with the World's Fair Symphony Orches tra, neddoe sang the title roie in I "Parsifal" with Damrosch here last ! season, and made a decided hit. It h.. ...,u..ii.i ihnt Mr. neddoe will be heard hero in opera in tho near future. Hon. .Tamos W. Swayne of Fort Worth was in Beaumont yesterday ftom Bat son. Bob Wilson Is back from tho big fair, and tolling his friends all about tho Tike. Tatillo Hlgglns, the daddy of oil in South Texas la in Beaumont for a few daya. Patrick Ilanlon has filed his appli cation for citizenship in Jefferson county. Dr. CI- II. Krlers has returned to the city, after an extended visit north and cast. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. .1. Nathan have re turned from a pleasant trip north and east. Mr. and Mra. C. R. Wiess returned to their' homo at Houston yesterday. Miss Willie Sandall is again in the city, after a trip to Cool Colorado. Mr. Archie W. Looncy aame in yes terday from Orange. The Kalamazoo, Mich. Gazette, Sep tember 22, l!'"t says: " Under Southern Skies' full of sen timent, with just enough of pathos nnd just enouiih of humor in it to stead ily enlarge ihe Interest it arouses in llio beginning, was presented at the academy last night. Although it has been seen lu re several times, it again allrictcd an iiidience that nearly filled the house. It is altogether one of the very best of the stage stories of the Southend and the onlookers ex pressed their thorough approval. Mr. J. D. Wllkerson has gone to the big St. Louis siiow. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ligon arc in the city from Dallas. Mrs. D. tho city. O. Lively has returned to CORPORATION WINS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL The government good roads people will lenin laying sdioll on the Grand iivetiuc work t'.ii- morning. It is ex pected that ;i large number of inter est, -.1 citizens will wafh the work during the dav. The ca!U rarnivs hanil-i r of Commerce meeting i fur last nigh' t rnlder me niatt'T was sitineil on mi ,f tin. numerous entertain ments in the ci'y. It will le held tonictit. The lalie ..f the S. 1-ouU CathoMf church will hue a fair on Octotior 2. I'S and 'J'K ad 'H bold meeting at the eonvrni this firnoin at 5 o'clock to dUcns ;l;iTi for nine. Sour Lake Took the Sweepstakes for Municipal Authority at Kountze. Kountze, Tex., Oct. 3. The quo warranto proceedings against Sour Lake officials was quashed today in the district court here, Judge High tower deciding that tho officials held theid offices under proper authority. Tho proceedings were brought by the county attorney of Hardin county, and were intended to deprive tbe citv officials of authority. The matter hinged on cutting out of fees by the cltv court that would otherwise have gone into the basket of the county at torney, and while there were other fae tors, yet it Is generally understood that this waa the Impetus of tho movement to deprive the Sour Lake officials of their vested rights, the claim or Ihe relator Ixdng that the election Incorporating the city was illegal. A II IMHtlllllK FlANf That Will Employ 100 Men by January 1st A Cloth Good Factory Will Be Put In. f i 17W.M Tho Martin Welsa Dry Coeds Co. has been a progressive livo Institu lion ever since It enmo to Beaumont and tho proprietor loses not llio slightest opportunity to push tho city along a notch or to any a good word for !t when the occasion arises. Vcsterday ho did more mill. Peo ple who walked In rront of tho big store noted with some degree of curi osity the machinery loaded on wagoiiH and being transferred to die aecotul floor of his buildings. Inquiry of Mr. Weiss disclosed the fact that he ! es tablishing n plant for the manufact ure of handkerchiefs, napkins, fiblo clothes, pillow cases, shoots and tbo like and that while tho factory will not lie a gigantic Falls river affair or aniiything of that kind at tbo present yet Mr. Weiss believes that a conserv ative estimate of the number of men that will be employed In the factory by January 1st.. 1905 only tlireo months away will bo one hundred. He expects to begin operations in a crude way on Monday next bill will rapidly increase both the amount of machinery and the number of employ es until tho plant reaches a size that will bo adec.uale to the demand which he can already determine in a large manner. There !s no other plant in Texas like this and tho latest and most Im proved machinery only is being placed in tho factory. This it is be lieved will make it tv most profitable institution. Mr. Weiss expects to have a larae surrounding country trade and will bo more than likely to find sale for his product anung lo cal as well as outside merchants. Tlio pay roll of such a plant under full operation will bo $2,000 a week anil the people employed .will make a substantial class of citizens such as are needed to build up a city in Ihe right way. The factory is being start ed without a tiig bluster and ceremony ami would, perhaps, have received no notoriety but for the fact that in Hn lerprise reporter saw the machinery and wondered what it could be hang ing around a dry goods store for. Tho inquiry led to the above facts. Tho capital invested will not be more than some of the Innk accounts of our wealthiest citizens but the good Hint it will do the community will probably outshine tho credit ba'anccs of these citizens who keep their mon ey in tho bank instead of making it help Beaumont grow. Mr. ICd Szafir, formerly a promi nent young Iteanmonler, is now a pro prietor at Port Arthur, and hi; ad vertising Is setting the old limers down that wav wild. Ho ia In busi ness for himself. The balcony of our store will be beautifully decorated in Japanese ef fects a-:d donated to the Woman's Home Mission Society, who will serve refreshments c'urinq our Fall Opening Tuesday and Wednesday evenings October 4th and 5th. Rosenthal-Dcutser Dry Goods Co. NATHAN SELLS fT FO LESS. Torpid, Congistid Liver M trlmrT ciise of iiiwaw. On hnula of lrke l-almruo Wlrro rurrn. A trim botll (rue. Drake Formula Conuaoy, Cbintya. THE First National Bank of Beaumont Capital Stock 1 200,000 Surplus Fund 100,000 Undivided Profits (71.000 W. 8. Davidson, President L. M. Hebcrt, Second stL Cashier. W. P. H. MccFiddin, Vice-President . Wiess. Director. Frank Alvey. Cashier. no. N. Gilbert. Director. W. C. Davidson, Asst. Cashier. eon R. Levy, Director. E. C Ogden, Director. lehn C. Ward, Director. . j .l.imen lla'r-h. the youns man at ' China who bn'Ue bi collar txnn- Sun lay. i r-rTt-1 niu'h t-tter. thiuch t (M'-e h- !-,'!l nffe- in'enw pain. Mr. and Mr- K "ink of Tta' !l"'nr'. ni-iai,.i. are eue' "f Mr and Mr-. J. C. l-nnztiam. of thi rlty. M !.rid Mr- Kn. ' I-nmlry 1 ft !-..! f.;t t I t W-M-l I Fair r 'he Kan-- City S :!! -n V- lan I'tr" rp I'm,- I'm cV ,r - :il n t'" SIXTY PER CENT Of all head' h'-a ar- caii"-i thr'"ti.ti d'f-1ivr -y. 1j'tl. ,),.f,i rr i" t'ie on'-, if ti'H jTjx-r'r a -end'd to ARTHUR L. FINN iiur K- s cht Fin-' .::-!. tn "-- "i- BECK JEWELRY COMPANY LFA0ite crncim. 0 n V- r.