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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 September 1898

17 1 I SBffl O H in . 2 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, FJMDAY, SKITOIIIKH 2:1 181)51. NO. Ill mi 7 1 y 1 THE GREATEST (ft h nnT H1 JH r ratii li m In Beaumont yet heard of. Come and learn of my reductions, and if in need o WINES, WMGSKZES ABD LIQUORS of any kind come and buy here and save iuu per cent or more at UiU"",r Kentucky) tli liliici-rjj opposite Whisky Depot, Postoffice. 'WlAN IDEALS F7 IWedes srs o li'PBESENT Ran ob II i : 1 4 wmmm oil ski in Stoves, That is the way we buy stoves and aside from the litis toves we have a 'nt of :-rjr tih1" hrifprc !r u oval, square and franklin styles. Don't buy a stove until you have ex- , amined ours. l. wilsqn "ggygKy. 'HERE IS KQTHWG 6 mSTMCZ . Your attention now since peace, sweet peace, bus been de clared, so wo mow cull your auenuo-i w oiu u..... IKW STOCK OK FINE JEWELRY, just purchased in New York, whk h we will be Pj! U fjv? you. inspect, .lust received a now lino ot W Alt JvOVhLlIW Seo-tliein in sliow window. Badger & Oltfcr, Tbe?JeWelers ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 September 1898

Cbc JDnlli? jCntcrrrloc, MORT L. HlXI.KIt,-. K'lltoiJ 10 CUNTi .t-Kii vnn '('upturn (lenerul Illuaru will have limpid opiK.rtunity t( nppp- ..illtft tllU Vllllll Of "tll AllKT'K-lt"" jiiir" during tho evacuation nl Cuba. . It in ri'iiiiukubl ltw Jittlo i Htid aguinst th extravagant niuouiitof money which tho I'.n'i coimniHsioii will Kiiuinl'r. Tin-re' tun do no possible exciisofeii'Miih tt lavish expenditure of money. I'l-iti-r iim) it to buy tombstone for tliu tloud KoMiers vlioiliel for tho lurk of proiKT modicul atten tion. Nothing ean bettor illustrate tlx. ilisiLinn-aiiinet! of sectional feeling between Hie north and south than tho expressions of sen- ...iif !t I lio mil tb over the death w if of Winnies Davis. One of tin newsoaoers that kept "the. bl l.y shirt" at its masthead the longest und Hunzted it tho most often was tho Chitago Xrinuiio. on u death of Miss Davis the Tribune nays: "Tho sentimental associa lions that Clustered around her numo und birth naturally endear cd ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 September 1898

1 i i " 7 w'iu Bcnv nic of lutein,, HIS WEEK i colors, 50c, 75c, 95c and Dress hats trimmed in the latest style, $1.90, $2.95, $3.50, $3.90 and $4.50,all newand stylish effects It Pays to Buy at CUT PRIDE STORE ,m-. i ...Goodhue BIcck... 3 flbnces Bre no btect Competition IHas no IMue We have the biggest selection of goods in Jefferson county and at . pii?ES 50 (HME you Clothes Pins o 10 bars good laundry soap L"c 2 water buckets for L'.'c 2 school tablets for "c All kinds of buggy whips cheap. 12 sheets Ily paper iJdc 1 daybook ue 1 do, load pencils, "c i0 envelopes ")C 1 bottle extract ."c 1 pound carpet tacks m; 0 papers tacks 5c I I chikls' broom 10c j 1 chikls' swing 45c ! 1 set cui is and saucers 30c viariu ciocKS i jc All size chiinney,s 5c "Window shades 12Ac Flour pots l(tc Police lanterns 50c (lents neckwear of all kinds cheap Dinner sets of all kinds, Toilet sets, Tea sets, Granite ware, baskets of all kinds CHEAP. COUNTER BUCKET STORE, Next to Postoffice. VVWVWWWV1 UWWWW...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 September 1898

at - 1 M TO il II RECEIVED New Dress Goods Novelties. New awning novelties. New Trimming Novelties. & New Shoes, New Hats. gj 2 New Novelty Silks- flg lllack mill Colored.! M NEW NOVELTIES Arrive Daily Hecht's Popular Store, Deaumoni, i cca:. IjITTLK locals. See. Loot) K. Levy's now ad. II. Harris had a new ad today. Kcnd the 10. L. Wilson Hard ware company's now ad. Mrs. A. 11. Weaver returned this mirnin? from a short visit to relatives in Houston. A marriage liccnne was issued today to Joseph A. Larquo mid Mary M. Pleasant. . Karl Gray of company D lias heen granted a furlough of thirty days and will arrive in itetiuinont tomorrow morning. I). C. McOuirc & Co. have se cured tho contract for the Collier building, and will at once make preparations to erect the nullum Tho entartainment which was to ho at tho Methodist church to night for tho benefit of tholloscuo Homo has lieen postponed until next Friday night, heptcmlicr ou. Alderman Millard had a force of men at work thi...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 26 September 1898

fi. O H . mm VOL. 2 HEAUMONT, TEXAS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 181)8. NO. li:t She 1 THE GREATEST . REVOLUTION In Beaumont yet learn of my reductions, and if in need of WINES, WHISKIES AND LIQUORS of any kind come and buy here and save 100 per cent or more at H. HIRSCH, A Carloat ll BACK'S . Jjgl! That is the way we buy stoves and aside from the Celebrated BUCKS Stoves we have a lot of air tight heaters in the oval, square and Franklin styles. Don't buy a stove until you have ex amined ours. E. L. WILSON "hr0rny. Your attention now i since peace, sweet peace, has been de clared, so we now call your attention to our elegant NEW STOCK OF KINK JEWELRY, justjpurchased in New York, which we will he pleased to have youjinspect. Just received a, new lino of WAR NOVELTIES. See 'them in show window. Badger & Koer, TrjeJJewelers NOT ONLY HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD. Ili8;CllI'llfMNl "FOTOGRAFS" and PORTRAITS if all Hi r'.i',:n-. 1.1- .-'it PCT l t : t'O : F :".-r : FiVLS AT 'Beaumont Art Studio, H....

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 26 September 1898

Gbc Datlv? Enterprise, iioiirl. IHXI.KK 'Mt"v tl'KK WHK ID I IS I I'lUf lo Ian' Willi iH'Jltli. C.oiicr.il (un ly. iii tlm OH'Ut ijnIicK 1 1 it JiMii niil, li-lls, vr tin- liiM I''" lHiiilsr In hwImI winter t t'i'l'" NuIjiiic. Ki-lilti ii nf Iii- ""t' "f 'w,'l,t -..ur A relic x i'lH i h laid 'cr Mud limn mill ini'l blnrviili"" wlun ('ii.laiii 'iiiiw Admiral) Silili-y. Iiiinliiii.' 11 rfli'f ""l'. ,.s, l, ll tli! MU-iM-s jiiM i" tin' ni.k 1 I lime "Summer n;'t .iuly mi. lnil food citinc nnl-in-'ly." wii'"' i''i"'rl i ifl.v 'Ka.li worked I" lln mid, 'I'"' t vi n mi Hi" vciy iiii.rii none mit, Kni'w Hun Pi'iilli would Hint ilu.V i,-,,,,. On.. niter iinolli.-r naMjil, ami wIk-ii u mitflity nnd M.l.ll.lcr L'.il" fr"" s""11! ,ii.lc our liillnTln iiiiintcrnil'l''l M ii'i'lili'- !- Tvaliiins, llicnj were Ml seven wiiii s i-cli i's. There was mil Hie physical stri-iiyrtli lj raise tin- wind struck lent, ami Hi.; end was in siurlit. Was it to In. Iif or l':it liV It was foolish In ioH', for e...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 26 September 1898

f 7 1- 1 ' w i ; Jauit'n Moore if LiI'hIK, va iu XCUT PRICE STDRE x TLhvcc HMccc jBctaoom Scti A SPECv OF OURS. Is closed today on ac count of Jewish holi day. Will -be open after six p. m. We kept a sharp eye out for most desirable of this season's offerirN I 1 ,g. line it is. Made of Solid Oak in the best manner in stylish designs, t only the lapse of time can effect their durability or beauty. No 4- other house in the trade is offering such decidedjbargains. 4 4 B. DEUTSER, LONE STAR FURNITURE STORE. f COUNTER RACKET STORE, Next to Postoffice. Is closed today on ac count of holiday. Will be open after six p. m. WUVVVUMVVVVtWWMVmVVVVVMWVVl unurcT waiiicc CTlTOUCn TOPCTUCD 0 nUIILOl InLULO OIMUIILU IUULIIIUI 0 .iiitii Tniirnrin innnno My Full and Winter Goods are now in. Moro i stock, better poods, the most artistic designs that the minds of the clotli makers of the world can con ceive, the cream of the market. CHflS. SERRFINO, Beaumont's Leading Tailor. t HARVEY SAlsriDEiR.S, TIN ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 26 September 1898

J AN m m m .; N W? fly W.fV) IS.? RECEIVED New Bress Goods Novelties. NewfSkirling Novelties, p New Trimming Novelties. New Shoes, New Hals. y$ New Novelty Silks Hl.u k and Colored.) NEW NOVELTIES Arrive Daily gjg Hecht's Popular Store, Beaumont, Texas, mttu: locals. t 'oilllllisSHUUT I. I'. Stlllll) of Port Arllmr, was in tlu; city to day. C 1 1 1 1 1 1 y Commissioner I J : 1 1 Jolllt SOll Calll'e UplasteVCIlingflOIII till! J 'ass. Willie Siuioiilon whs in tlit! Sa l)inc l'ass district last week in tlio interest of tin; oflicc ho seeks. IJoyd Parker of Iowa, lias ac cepted a position with the Indus trial Lumber company of this city. Miss Florence Kvci'ott anil Nam Pari; of tin; Industrial Lumber company, spent the Sabbath at the Pass.- 'I'Ikj county commissioners met today for the purpose of approv ing the tax assessor's lax roll for is! is. J, H. LACK, tin: tailor, kltluns to uhaumont. Atlcr iia uliHi'iicc of thirteen mouths I have rein riled to 1 tciiinnoiiL and ruopi'iicil n tai...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 27 September 1898

r. -r - - -. : "y ; " ' t r . ; gflje puis if VOL. 2 BEAUMONT, I -i-i i r nr-A-rr-n-r Toddy Ftp i i ii i inru i i . m,.,ur irawpiuF in Deaumoni yei.neaiu ui, wumc learn of my reductions, and if in need of 0 WINES, WHISKIES AND LIQUORS of any kind come and buy here and save 100 per cent or more at H. HIRSCH, An Ideal I 'PRESENT' arloail I . TO?$sH. Stebl felt $B W HSotI J?. feus That is the way we buy stoves and aside from the Celebrated BUCKS Stoves we have a lot of air tight heaters in the oval, sauare and Franklin styles. Don't buy a stove amined ours; Kentucky Whisky Depot, Opposite Postoffice. V Or X $ I 36 of until you have ex Hardware Company. Stoves. (Governor. Y.. Sent 27. A ui of flu) dolonrutua to tlio remib- icaii convention show thatltoose- volt will have 752 votes to 21l for Governor Black, thus assuring Roosevelt's nomination on the first ballot. Governor Black's friends nro urging him to with draw. Daring Dank Robbery. Flora, Ind., Sept. 27. A very daring bank robbery...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 27 September 1898

7 i i I fill III f m J I A 1 f X I I He loll, and SPSS. mill II llclll no ye the Mute lit to That re ics are not i IIK'll COIII- uro connected with then ISSH'IED ADYERVISEUMIT . I ' - iiiw Iim i i r 14 til In i - ---- - - ------ i ni'ru 'nit wen uu liu iu ut Maivrutu, iK'ur tlio Adri in M.iicho province, di nelly lie hi Imt hidiMif the H iniinl,i " tNinarck'M Toiuli llegiiu. llll H IllTIill M ill r. Wuik iiik.ii J tiHinunk'n toinh has Irrmlv Itrmi, ill l-Xil-t iiccoidmre with l.n directions. Iff witj.tdto h Imi I uu tin lilliliill i:ioito li i k lin kii ul Fiioli't'liHruli'', nii'l inn. n il, tli'iuli only tlm titcH iIik tin.iinli it fniiii tlio adjoining mil WUV liilmliklin lit, till) l'XlH lit toliM fur tin- iniiiirioli-i in nro undt-r wur. iwcvi r niiir'HMivn it umy li ' -iiikI it m iimiiy likely to be i-iitlicr com (IKIIlllluCC tllO lillll) Icll''lilllll Kill- lion of rcil lirick will (Impute tli lijhluiiil t'h eye, ami ly day and liy WAN i:i -A ilMina-t.tr at tin- iwtr ft'Klaur...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 27 September 1898

I; PERSONAL M12NTION. $ IT PAYS TO BUY AT Z W. V. Hamblen returuei to Ilia homo in Houston Ihhi ingbU IU'ii Woodbead vi ut to loualoo lmt eveniug. , VIHI CUT PRICE STORE crt AVE YOU SEEN FALL m WINTER CLOTHING? s Iiyiilijii J ew Stock of If jiot you arc cordially invited to give us a look. All Wool Cheviot Suits at H90, 0, ".05, 8.95. Black AU Wool Clay Worsted Suits at ..G.9r, !f8.90, 9.50, $10.50 r flbnees Brc no bject, Competition Trias no IPalue We have the biggest selection of goods in Jefferson county and at . . piI$E5 50 (TtfE YOU JjilM- 60 Clothes Pins oc 10 bars good laundry soap 25c 2 water buckets for 25c 2 school tablets for 5c All kinds of buggy whips cheap. 12. sheets fly paper 30c 1 daybook 5c 1 doz lead pencils, 5c '" 50 envelopes 5c 1 bottle extract 5c 1 pound carpet tacks 5c 6 papers tacks 5c 1 childs' broom 10c 1 childs' swing 45c 1 set cups and saucers 30c Alarm clocks 75c . All size chimneys 5c Window shades 12Jc Flour pots 10c Police lanterns 50c Gents neckwear...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 27 September 1898

A m m If 0 If IOC f,& IblllUO, 57ft i Novelties. fellies. I New Hats. j s S Arrive Daily gj lar Store, , umont, Texas. HBBBBBTC bo aflj yrv.U u, now ad to- See Uiu now ad of Keith Bros in tliis issue. Mrs. J. R Simmons is visiting hor iiiienls ut Woodville. J. A. Carroll, ono of Louis Mayer's popular clerks, spcntSun- clay mid Monday in Houston. Miss Mable Smith of Port Ar fiiir is in the city today assisting I" rank Cum mingy in some abstract work. C. I. Kollur has purchased some lots near Mngnolia avenuo and will shortly commence the erection of a handsome residence. In mentioning the new resi dence which Judge Hal Greer will huild we omitted to say that it w ill bo on Laliler avenuo. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mayer, who purchased tho SpoltswO'ul prop erty on Mngnolia avenue, will he- nrm lunvilljr ill I o llil'ir 110 W llOlllO stained sorrel, was linai ere. i among tho herd. J li. .4 . j . t ""i. u niei re or rvm ro 1 110 St'll mn,l -. - . v. bliu L1UWII J, H. LACK, THE TAILOI6. ItU...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 6 October 1898

MM NO. 152 KEAEMONT, TEXAS, THUK DAY, (KVnUJKK lB'.m. 1 , 11 ? DEWEY. SELL WET GOODS CHEAP? -3F Well, it you HAVANAexperioncoyou know that $t lo bo the MAINE feature of our success. The jft MKIJUITT r.f our goods cuuso people to come jg. MILKS to patronize us. Sampson, Shafter, Hob- js "Z, son, lioosevelt and tlio rest must now see the mis- 7 fortune of being famous. I liavo t)i . ''if.rSr ST AOU(UHANlWAHH tu tlio State. i wun In m ed of anything iu my line give mo a " trial. Open day andni-ht. r H- HIRSCH, - 5j; Opp. Postoffice Kentucky Whiskey Depot, WW JMf if it r: '-i Jliv I . fc . I l wload of Stoves. That is the way we buy stoves and aside from the Celebrated BUCKS Stoves we have a lot of a'r tight heatersin the oval, square and Franklin styles. Don't buy a"stove until you have ex amined ours. E. L. WILSON "any. par- ' THERE IS HQTHIEG TO Dl STRUCT. , Your attention now since pea; Jswoet jpuaco, lias been de clared, so we nov call your attcrtion to our elegant NEW STOCK OF FlW...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 6 October 1898

Cbc pall? Enterprise, ilitUT t- HIXLKI. mux Iuiknt. ... .. r waaa ,.i mi MttKia Tli j MMitle of SaJllllo, atU of Cuiliuilu. Mexico, have called the tttimtk.' of the Unite! States gov iniincnt to the fact that thebodio .f ovtT MKi American soldior lie iit uumurkud u've near that city. Tl.v wcro the victims of the bat tle of Iluuna VUta, the arena of which was fourteen miles from thiii nuelected military cemetery. Aftor ho buttlo the doJ were convovl to Saltillo and interred, mid nn arioho wall wan built around the jrrave yard. The proand U owihmI I. u Mexican, who now t-onti'inpl dux utilizing It for other JlUrjHIM'H CoL Tlirodore RooMTelt'a nam Iiiih never been more prominently be fm lit a D.ililin than it ia thii month. Ui militiiiy career ia apparently to lui follow d by an equal success in politic; but publio interest is inn strong in the doings of tht Rough ItiileiH. In the October magazine number ( f the Outlcok Mr. Jacob A. ItiiH, thu uithor of 'How the Other Hair L.v." and "C...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 6 October 1898

r; f i -. 'JUX 1 1 i 4 4 eg. 4- PAYS TO CUT PRICE STORE jmples of MIN UNDERWEAR ECEIVED THIS WEEK: i "20 do. sai))ilt jjiiriniMits (if MiiNliu I'lidorwoar at about hall' jirifi'. Gowns at 45c, 59c, 75c, 95c ! $1... and up to $,b. g Ski-ts at 95c, $1.10, $1.75 and 'Corset Covers at 10, 25, 50 and 75 Chemise at 25, 50, 75 and 95c (Jet bon early if you want a .yood slftion. rices Bvc no bject, nnpetition l ias no tMuc 1 We have the biggest selection of goods in Jefferson county and at . . 1(5 50 fffE YOU t'NK- iO Clothes Pins "c 10 bars rnod laundry soa) -7v U water buckets I'or -n: 2 se.VV"":iblcts for All kinds of bujr.uy whips (.'heap. 12 shoots lly paper i(c 1 daybook 7i; 1 doz lead pencils, ."( 50 envelopes "e. 1 bottle exl ract ." I pound ear et tarlcs ,V G papers lacks ."c counter mm SHE, Next to Posioffice i Vta Regular $1.25 in all i W 1 m Awr o t 4 $1. & f The most easy, comfortable and stylish and lasting famous Julia Marlowe ej. 4 shoes for ladies in al! styles and col-...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 6 October 1898

. -" Wcrprlec, ) Kditor OUR GROCERjES PfsLWfIYS - -'" " " ' . - ii . . ire nroouci I i;,,-. m i: til,'. II !' ( i i im ii M nil' ll.l ( i reeii .l.i i I ii'n-ll ' 'I i '" " ,'n;ii il . ;i'l jn-.i i.'i I-. i ii .1.1 . .i ,i hi I M' Ii Si.:insi;'.i .i.r..i I :i i. f A i Iiik-U l . Ai i"i. MI.Kl lin"il'il S.iv.n- Sl:tiid:ir I N N - imi. u l.i l l !!.. w l.iii'i' d. ( ' HI H rl Hi' r " A . ('ill lo:il Sii:- r. I W li ' I'll .H I !' i n Kl.l.s 'ii. vs HiiU'riMiKs' i 1 1 . m i Ileili'.'s Spiced. I Irin.'s Sweet ielvle ( liiiniis piel.leil India U'-IM. lli'ill.'- 'Ili'W t 'liuv.' Ann.- I l-.l I 'rosso and I Il:i-lv '. i l While Wine iMI'in; I ;i I i ill! I'l'iAS Cill.'Hs I Vlii l'"i - r hi -. Nicolji A Ci.' In -NVolli A i- I'fiil M".v -n Trial. I'd it Moyeus Trial's Kxtra. in glass iH'oi;ti;i ui siii;imims. Champignon's ex I ra lint- in gla.- asi-ai; va s. Lush's California llicliiiioll's Oyster I lay. mi stai;i. Oilman's I mporlcd ( 'uIIiiiim' doaicslic iniisi , , '! -1 lorso I . 1 1 1 i ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 13 October 1898

Sarin Mump BEAUMONT, TEXAS, TIU'IISIUY, (KTOHKR 13 1898. NO. ir VOL. 2 DEWEY SELL WET GOODS Ct.I-AF? Well, if you HAVANAe.vpiTiiiH v en l.iio.v llial to bo (ho A1A1NK feature of our success. The MEIvlilTT (f our goods ciii-e people to come MILKS to utroni.o us. Sampson, Shaller, llob son, Roosevelt and the rest must now oo tho mis fortune of being famous. I have ilie li m -.1 lino ol Iuiortol mid doinoslio WlllXkll.S. WINKS, LIQUOKS AN) C1GAKS in the Slate. When in nood. of any tiling in my l i m give mo a tlMii.l f)l ion rln v'tn wl n!iili Jp Opp. Postoffice JAN That is the way and aside from Gelebrat 4v iBWe Hi r - : we have a lot of air tight tioalcs in the oval, square and Franklin stylos. Don't buy a stove until you have ex amined ours. TO DISTRACT- Vour attention now since clared, so we now call your attcntio'i It. ci r if ir-nl NEW STOCK OF FINK JliWKLKY, just purchased in Now I'oil;, which wc will he ph-ased tf have you inspect. Just received a new line t; V'.Ml NO'KljTlKb. ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 13 October 1898

Cine Dailv alntcrprtoc. M(UM I MM.Mt 'MU" ,K II .VIMI. (HUM' I IMT. M'nKV. II nu.M.i.ly " f"W l"l'tl's "t" Wli.u the-var l'"l ,"'t-'" ' l.uvcr 1 1 ..in "try " tl, .1 U ihicUencd it w.'iip i.i,-.-.it ihiit ll.rlViW'1 Snt-H),m J.,,, nt v.nl.1 cull on Mutff f.ir m liii.i- . r troop. U.iiiinioiii hii.la v.'i.i.--' military .,iii.iiny u its rloi W,M 1 it wi,s r..ui..e. that I nrle Nil. .Sam wo.il.l ! their sci vices there vui- ileal rrjoicliu.' Ill tin company. W1h-ii t li -"M"l.V was i,..,li. l some Uwn'l't tit' ,,.,. .t nn.l could lint mm their w:iv clear to mtvo , tiv. i.n...ntr Hi' number the caplnn. and many pcoph III. :. H'.l l. IM'lllir' linn- Mr. Walter I.. Suiilli, who had I.. . n ihsiiMii.nlMl iiij.'Umjr.l Ih.. ,. in.:i!iv, was thoroughly mi ,ur.l with tin; war spirit, mid ; i,,.r perfectly faiuiliar with null t:,ry -ci-iice iiikI very poi.uhii wil'li Ih'1 hoys, was ole-ivd tin ciii.tiiinrv i-f Ih" 4-oiiipiiny. Mr. Smith was preparinf,' hiinsi-ir foi ihr ininistrv aii'l ft"' s"...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 13 October 1898

Putting it on Thick- Sho was a young liuly, "froh" from col logo. Sho hud come homo again, and was got ting midy for u jwrty given in her honor by an old friend. Sh was j"t liuUhing her toilet when her old farmer Jather t amo in at her request to soo how sho looked when hh was "toggod out" The powder putt wus in her hand, and a good liberal coating of iM)wder was plainly visible on her face. Her old daddy lty.ked at her faeo disapprovingly, took a damp towel and wiped it all off carefully, and when her face was cleaned of its powder ho slowly remarked: "You slu uldn't put it on too thick powder or nuthin else. When you put it on too thick folksUl neo right through the lie. Hotter no powder than too much powder. When you hear a man tell things toooarnestlv. he's generally putting it on too thick look out for him." So it is in clothes. When you see u man toll too many whoppers he's trying to put it on too thick look out for him. Silk linings are sometimes used to detract attention fro...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 13 October 1898

y OMR GROCERIES gSLLWIYS No old stock, best brandsof everythinglarge contracts enable us to buy In large quantities at rocK Dottom prices justlv celebrated for the quality ana eggs. rtvNlll IlNlVhl1f Dai,v received, we are justl VJUl piUUULC, of our Cheese. Butter and Coffee. (irea-n Cordova. (I'fi'ii K'i". (Jivan I Vain i r.v. ( i'im'ii Mm'lia. (irea-n Java. iSrcen t'ita l.'ini. Kitiili il anl ground Kpiitiroan .lava and M"hu. Sulinl(.v's Java llli-nd. Ai l)url,l". .'vri'tsi. CulV.-i' I'MiMi l ImMii l-l Sugars .Standard N V gr.iiiuluta'd Yellow ( 'l.'iilii-d. Coiif''" liniH r's "A." Cut I Sm.'ar. I'owdiTt-d Sn:rar. M.l IN 1. 1. ASS. IIhIIiI-d'iI.n' i hi i m l l. Ib-itii's Si. !. Il',inz' S'A' ' pieldcs Onions iirli!.'il India IMi.sli Il'in's 'how ('how Acmo I lot vivr.tvut. l'ros.e anl I Slack well's lmttli ii'i ;... i ivrolM i:n i i:i;ncii picas. I (Jilh-iu 1'elit I'uis Fins. Nii-olji V. ('if I'ius Kici.lli A (.'ii! IN -lit. Moyi-ns Trhit IVlit AIm.voiis Trial's Kxtra, in glass IM...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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