The Beaumont Enterprise (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 136, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 4, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BEAUMOtf r CNTrPRISe SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1904.
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The Schools Open on the 12th of This Month.
TO AVOID THE RUSH
We desire to commense to sell School Books Mon-
day the 5th and' are enabled to accomodate all
children who know what grade they are in with the
It will fasciliate matters considerably to both the
children .nd ourselves.
We guarantee in case some mistake should occur
the exchange of all the wrong books. : ;
SCHOOL BOOKS ARE STRICTLY
CASH WITHOUT EXCEPTION..
Opposite Post Office Beaumont Texas
We call the especial attention of merchants and
dealers in school supplies to our facilities for
handling their orders promptly and to the best ad
vantage of all.
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C. T. Helslg. T. V. Smelker.
HEISIG & SMELKER.
AND SURETY BONDS.
Phones 61 Beaumor.t Tex.
E. A. McDowell T. C. Taylor
M. S. Dufflo
M DOWELL DUFFIE . TAY-OR
Attorneys at Law
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
17 Gilberrt Building Beaumont.
Correspondents in New York.
St. Louis Chicago Etc.
FIRST ROUND :i SEPTEMBER
CUP CONTEST PLAYED AT
lim PU1ED GOOD COIF
Greens Committee Announces Pro
gram for Next Three Weeks
: One Day for '.Blind Bogey"
The llrt qualifying rouiul In ilio
:tntt'8t for tho Bcpfoiiiht'r cup win
.(laved nt tho ni'itiimont Coif links
emrrilny afternoon. To vnry tlio
:nnnotony of Mtrulgnt nu'ilul iluy In
;iilr another team vuih hh lieM
.In' total scores of ench plnyer ile lu-
.lining whether ho nualilleii for tlio
i'coii(l round In i ho nip content in
lie ini'tiH content the complete hi".
r eight qualified. In tlio Indies' itiiil-
lylliK round hut bIx qiuillllod. II was
4io(i null' nil tho ny through lite
.tot kooi'ob for ilio BoiitU'iiif n ruiiKlii
roin thirty-eight to forty-seven. TIk-
nilio' not scores rnnned from fort;-
lvo to Hlxty four.
Tho tonm play ya uiulor tho lead-
ruhlp of Mr. U. It. Norvoll tho pies-
nt hohlor ot tho cup Mr. N. Al.
dcKeo tho runner up In tho AiVst
.onleKt. Mr. Norvoll captained thy
Roils" unil Mr. McKoo tuo 'IJIiiiv" ;
ho monthe'raor ouch wearing knot a
f rihhon designating to which Bide
hey belonged. Tho Rods won by a
core or seven up. their number of
loles tip on their opponents being slx-
ooii UKiilnst the nines' nine. Tho
indicium us graded by the Greens
omniiuee prevailed In the team play.
The greens committee yesterday
ssucil tno club's program for Sep-
ember. It Includes a number of in-
.eresting events and It is expected
will attract a large number of play-
jrs. Next Saturday tho second round
iu the cup contests will bo played but
ho feature that will attract the most
nterest will be played with a "blind
bogey." Prior to tho playing the
rreens commiltee will select a tem-
loiary and arbitrary hoyxy for the
;ourse. It may bo twenty or it may
e 100 or any other number the com-
mittee wishes to select. The official
bogey Is forty-two. Then each player
is at liberty to choose his own liand-
'cap. He can take as many or as
lew strokes as ho pleased The win-
ner will be tho man who when his
handicap is taken from his gross
score is nearest bogey. Tho results
In this sort of play are always sur-
prising. Mixed Foursomes.
On Saturday September 17 t.ho
winner of. the play pft .hi the.socpur
qualifying round will play the holder
of the cup for the cup. In addition t0
this there will bo a number of mixed
foursomes. Saturday September 24
is down on the program us "do as
you please" and means that the
members are invilod to journey to
the grounds and play any old kind of
golf they wish.
The gentlemen who qualified yes
terday with their scores follow:
Mr- fSreor '.
Mr W. Coleman .
Mr. 1 1 en rv M
Mm. t Williams ..TO
TIC AT GALVESTON
V. M. floleman ...53
A. L. Williams 50
C. I j. Williams 44
(ieo. Oreor 51
.L. A. Carlton 50
C! .T. Moore ; . .4S
Y. I. Coleman . . . .51
N. M. McKee 50
The ladles who qualified and their
Beer is Good for You
When the patient neak the doctor says "Drink Beer."
Whe. the nerves need food heer is the usual prescription. So
in insomnia: so in nervousness.
The doctor knows that malt and hops are nerve foods and
tonics. "And he knows that most people drink too little
fluid to rid the system of waste.
He knows that pure beer is j;.ood for you.
That is v-.y he'savs "Schli;-" He knows that Schlitz beer
is brev-i d in absolute cleanliness. It is even cooled in
filtered air. And every bottle is sterilized.
Half tha cost of our brewing iz spent to insure absolute
purity. Ask for the brewery bottling.
Gam Called In Tenth on Account of
Special to tho KnterprUc:
Galveston. Texas 8ept. 3. Hous
ton ami Galveston begun the bw off
..riot hero this afternoon III the
proM iico of an enormous crowd mid
fought ton Innings to a tie the ruiho
tiiiniiv boint: called on account of
diirliiioKf. The si-oro was 2 to 2. Tho
tenuis will play iigiiln tomorrow niut
n big crowd U expected down from
HouHion to see the mill. It Is proli-
nblo no double hendor will bo played.
Yesterday's contest will simply go u
n.i unmo and tho series will begin
over again this afternoon. The tennis
have no schedule to follow and will
merely play until one or the other
win nix cainiti. With Sionoor n
umpire the games are expected ()
pass off without irouiiie.
TIE AT WOODVILLE.
Beaumont Journals go Thirteen
nigs Into Darkness
Special to the Hnterprlie:
Woodvlllo. Texas. Sept. n. The
lienniiiont Journals n team or timatuer
ball lo-Hors from tho Oil City played
Woodvlllo thirteen Innings to a tie
I to 4 this nfternoon. Tho game
was finally called on account of dark
Boston 1; New York 3.
v. Vra-lr Hunt .1 -Tho linttinir of
Devlin and Dunn won today's game.
l no score;
Boston 000 0(10 010 1; 3; 3
low York 000 .100 (() 3; 4; 1
Hat terles Willis and Moran: luy-
lor and Warner.
Chicago 3; St. Louis 1.
Chicago Sept. 3. Score:
Chicago 100 110 00 3; C; 0
St. Louis 000 000 100 1; 5; 2
Philadelphia 6; Brooklyn 0.
Philadelphia Sept. 3. Good pitch-
ing by Sparks resulted in a shut out
Broklyn "00 0000000; C; 3
Philadelphia 100 102 20 (i; i; 2
Batteries Mitchell and Bitter;
Sparks and Dooln.
At PUtsburg-Cineiniiati rain.
New York 2; Detroit 1.
New York Sept. 3. New York re
irained first nlace by defeating Do
troit. i . u.jJiali
Detroit 000 100 0001; 5; 4
Now York 001 000 10 2; 5; 0
Batteries Kitson amid Drill; Ches-
bro and Klelnow.
r.irvland 9: Boston 1.
Boston Sept. 3. Cleveland made 13
hits off Young'.
Cleveland 021 020 0139; 13; 1
Boston 100 000 0001; 4; .3
Memphis 4; Little Rock 2.
Memphis Sept. 3. The locals de-
feated Little Bock today. Watt was
hit hard in the first two innings after
which he steadied down and pitched
gooo balll. Anderson's homo run
Memphis 310 000 00 4; 8; 2
Little Book 000 100 0012; 8; 2
Batteries Stockdaio and Hurlburt;
Watt and Anderson.
New Orleans 10; Shreveport 0.
New Orleans Sept. 3. Hartley's
wildness with a few timely hits by the
locals made New Orleans score largo.
It was an errorless game. Attendance
1500. The score:
New Orleans 412 100 02 10; 9; 0
Shreveport 2o0 010 0003; C; 0
Baiteries Breltonstein and Fox;
Hartley ami Gralllus.
Atlanta 3; Birmingham 1.
Birmingham Kept. 3. By all round
superior work tho vositors took the
last game from Birmingham by a
score of 3 to 1.
Atlanta 100 000 011-3; 8; .!
Birmingham 1 W "-l; i; 5
Batteries McMakin and Clarke;
Clark and Allllerick.
Mongcomery Franchise Sold.
Little Kock Sept. 3. President
Cavanaugh of the Southern league
was notified tonight that tho Mont-
1 1 r 1. 1 . . . l.nA Imnn
gotuery ease nan iihhi-iujii" "
Isold to Major K. K. Winters manager
ol the Montgomery I raction company.
The sale has been approved by presi
dent KavanaiiKh " mere "
f-.iw. trniii.le. The new owners have
settled wilh the players in full.
Brok Even at Washington.
Was-binjnon I). C Sept. 3. Wash-
ington and hi' ago hplit even today.
l"irl!t: . . .
Washington ""1 : 2
Chicago 003 ftlO 2 ;
luiti ri s Tomni-enl am istk.
I Smith nnd Mlrland.
Washington ""2 I"' l"1-5; ?
j!;-t. rlec Ts'ton and Kitteri'U-e;
Wal.-h and Owms nd Sullivan.
i Evm Split at Philadelphia.
! rbllstdeli.h.a. Sept. 3 -St. Ixuis
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Store will be closed
Jhll Say Sftonday
lOatch for our big ad in
Juc8day moring's Enterprise
ESTABLISH 10 1889.
R. M. MOTHIMER
THE POPULAR JEWELER
.CROCKETT STREET . ..BEAUMONT TEXAS
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WORLDS FAIR EXCURSION RATES
BEAUMONT TO ST. LOUIS
$36.40 for Tickets Good Until Dec. 15th.
$30.35 for Tickets Good for 60 Days.
$24.75 for Tickets Good for 15 Days.
THROUGH SLEEPER LEAVES BEAUMONT 10:03 P. I.
DAILY ARRIVES ST. 7:08 A. M.
Fast Train Service BufTet Library Cars Dining Cars-KeaM
la Carte Free Chair Cars Pullman Sleepers. Special Rates
to all Summer Retorts.
Apply to TicKet Agent for full information or address
N. D. FINCH T. P. A. Houston Texas.
W. C. TYRRELL Pres. and Mgr A. M. M'FADDIN Vloo-Prea.
E. C. TAYLOR Secy. B. R. NORVELL Treasnrar.
W. C. TYRRELL Jr. Asst. Secy and Treasurer.
Hey wood Oil Co.
PRODUCERS and SHIPPERS OF CRUDE OIL
OF BEAUMONT AND 80UR LAKE TEXAS.
Complete Equipment and all Facilities for quick deliveries.
OFFICE: Kyle Opera House Bld'g.
References Any of the Beaumont Banks.
Our store will close
at lO a. m. Sept. 5th
for Labor Day Cele
for delivery that day
will be taken 'till
closing hour and a
special breakfast de
livery will be made
the following morn-
ing at six o'clock.
The French Market Cro.Co.
Old Forrester Whiskey
KirUHy iurr anl f ib? Iiih'-i flavor.
Iitif.i at the 1i til;ry anl r'urati-
t-il y t! dif'i;irr.
S-.M cir rr 1ti ri'iiir ' I f the -A-
P. G. FUREY.
Refinery to S
Write for Prices
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