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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 26 August 1904

THE BEAUMONT ; ENTERPRfl SEo BtAUMONT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1904. No. 127 RUSSIA STILL HARASSING BRITISH SHIPS TWO MORE BRITISH BOATS ARE HELD UP AND EXAMINED BY MEMBERS OF CZAR'S VOLUNTEER FLEET. BRI1ISII GOVERNMENT ORDERS WARSHIPS TO DELIVER ORDERS TO RUSSIAN OEEENDERS WlH be Mde Plain to Them That Further Interference With Neatral Shipping Will Not be Tolerated. Action Taken at Request of Russia. London, August 25. rrlmo Minister Balfour nnnounend (his evening that the British government had ordered two emitters from tho utpindron at tho Cnpe of Good Hope without delay to locate the Ruslnn volunteer licet stenmers Smolensk and St. Peters burg and to convey to them the or ders of tho Russian government that they must not further Interfere with neutral shipping. The premier stated that this action was taken at tho request of the Russian government. Extraordinary Statement. This extraordinary statement was made when the premier by appoint ment elected a deputation of tho Lon do...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 26 August 1904

THE BEAUMOHT ENTERPRISE, FRIOAV, AUGUST 86, MM. SCHOOL BOARD II0LgS MEETING PRESIDENT MILLARD TO EMPLOY PROFESSOR WHILE IN ST. LOUIS. MANUAL TRAINING APPARATUS Equipment Will B Porehated n St. Loul and an Instructor Will Alto ba Procured. A Change In Houra. Tho long doluyed Important mml lug of thu Hcnniiiont hcIuhiI liourd waH l""ll In tho Tcuipcruncu bull'llu--at 2:30 o'clock ycHti-rduy nfii-rnnon nml much uiihIiicbh wbh truiiHaclcd. Ail tint iiii-uibLTS (if tho bonnl wen- present except 8. (I. Uurnntl, ImiIh jiliiycr nml C. U Nunn. lim mum imiHiriunt acton liilcu won rt-BurdliiK tho manual IraliiliiB In HcuuiimnfH m lnxilH. Homo IIiiki ua I ho hcIiooI lioiird received UHHiirunci-H from the Hlnlo of UHKlKiance In cHialilishlmr a manual training dipurtniint. Tho ah) wan tendered on condition a infenHr of manual IralnliiK. who was a Kradnato of a reputahlo hcIiooI and a iiiTKon of three yeara experience he olitainvd. Queition of Profeisor. Tho question of (i professor was taken up y...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 26 August 1904

. 1 1 r REDS PULL DOWN ANOTHER GAME 6AN ANTONIO WA THE VICTIM WITH LONG TOM IN THE BOX. HIE CONTEST WAS INTERESTING Visitor Played With an Air of De termination to Check Colt's Winning Streak, All to . . No Avail. Urns Tom wan ujiiilH a tull.ulivc loser by ono run. This ilwsorving l.ittlicr lio cltK'8 stunts every third duy u lu iiiiiHiani; Is continually ma Inir hi liiiiio by ouu run. Hut then old Sorrel Tup Itobb JiikI hud to win Kobb iri all rlht ulong at lUu tup ut tlio K'liyue twlrlvr uml ho juust biuy there. The puuplu who went to tho Drlv Ini; lurk yesterday bhw au excellent exhihlliou of tho nulUmul mort and were jjlud (hey went. Tho gnmo wus cIoho nnd exciting ull tho way through lUaumoiiL luok tho leud with her tiiiiglu run in tlio second Inning and ii run ultmg Unit wny until tho fifth wlieu tho Alustungs rail uwuy for a mouieut und stored one. Then It was a Ho up until the seventh when the winning run was seoreu. The.-o self name Mustangs always fluii t Uc-iiumont hard. ...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 26 August 1904

THE BEAUMONT CNTlWPHISg FRIDAY. AUGUST St, 1904. PRESIC r MAM Cqul lr I i BEAUMONT MLRPRISE. Vbjbb4 Kvbry MortJng by iJHC CtAUtfONT ENTERPRIII PUSLI8HIN0 CO. hmarprlM Building, Beaumont, Taaa. Dtrd at th rrwtofflre to Iteiiiuot M Second Claati Mll Matter. !.. r wa:i mi I In- nf illn (in rlnx Hi' n who uri'li rni ihi.I tclcuriiiihy. an i.iistalned a lire lo., uf oiiiv' I.Vimiu. ; otm iliini: when iho hiiuT In' wu mix- 'I")' " about it ysU'iiiMi irully. I It In propo-cd to i .at., a fund, - i. ii.l iMiuiil.im In a iimiiMr wiin Trouble hits been reported ui various which, n vuo of Io.h. it it lie drawn In lli. tin' ili.il pillowed tin en pen Hunter In ! u hix thonMiud llolllli Mill It i.f illlIKH UJI'I ( lltll till ui 1 1 1. H. 'I'Ih' hiimini; of Arniiiiir & ('o h point uIiiiik Hii' lllii'H, Mini If I lie per- liiiiiiiiiiH run hi. urrihifl Hie com I any Inii inU in prosecute in Hid limll. THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1904. Ttrmt of tfubicrlptlon. On year 1 00 Tiro mootbi 1 10 Buoday, per y...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 26 August 1904

FfllDAV. AUGUST X, 9Q4. 7 ' WHAT MEXICANS EAT. Ur i i.. '. an larl la Tavlr H M Ulnliri. Tin" furllii-r sooth mie goes tlia on Unnortsnl rrt rmbi mmi to Din in ii"' diet In old IfStloo tut pOOpIO nf tlie upper ctSM lime hiubly Sensoiietl mil Ik und steak mill uua three Hints " day, Tbo rousts mi- stuffed with raisins, und u rit'b brown ffSfy lx pound OTOf them. iiri'iiM' serin umrii indispensable tu t hem t tin tt to tint fur ntrolopod Bo alum. There urn no limil.il htiuks but in their place om ix oirtrod with a ii 'ii ruw place f tondorloln reee (hi; w It h TMM tad peculiarly (In vol ml btriWi In Unit balmy dime, whore Um system would bo no muoti better nlT w 1 1 bout liny meats, thousands of tasks mi' oold dally at i"i anil .'in cents a pOUIftd, Tin' poorer clMOM ON toned tu abutaln from i. nuii litre on the ooarae rrijole beans ami cold efsnaiy toriiiiuK, which on tiiin white corn cukes mndi' from rye hominy crushed tu a pulp. Tbll forms their unvaried dlot on Hip aristocrata' tu...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 26 August 1904

t ' Jflii.... ... Ji . f Jii. THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE FRIDAY. AUGUST 26, 1904. SCI . PR CIQANTIC RENTS IN LONDON. Owner Atki I1.?00 Each Annually for even Telephone Booth. He la IniWtl lucky man bo own building property mltliln ibe four mile radlua of Undun, fr h ran com main a. email fortune In Ilia way of rental fur Ida bounci, abopi or f flrra, aa the rate may be. HIiiKularly eauuKh, It la nut tu the went cud of 1-oiuVn, aa many hoiIo liuaKlne, where tb lildtieat rente are paid, but rVar thu Old lady or Threadueedle fclreet. Some lima aso one room near Ibe Itoyal KxcbaiiKH H fur between 1 10. two and IIS.imiu a year, title a limine Kent who advertUcd certain proper Ilea In Tbri.iiiinrti.il atrH)t naked II.SuU yearly rental for ach of arven telephone boxea. For a aulie of three room on tbe mc'inlno floor $.1,000 a year aa a I no a ! and f lo.uuo re quired for all roonnt on the flrat floor. Kor aliopa and biiNlupaa prcmlKoa In tbo Strand gigantic rent are paid alllioiiKb, of coiime...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 26 August 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTEWPrtTal FRIDAY. AUGUST 88. 1904. conon market CONTI NT.W ORLEANS SHOW VANCE OF 16 TO POINTS. AN 18 AO- IRADING IS ACTIVE THROUGHOUT New York li Steady With August Net Unchanged and Other Po- VANCE OF 16 TO 38 t Points Higher. Now Orlonns, An. 25. Spot rot ton tlrm nt a fair iloniund. Suit's .750 bah'H Including :!)0 to nrrlv-' IVllvercil m contract 1100. 1 Quoin tlona higher. Futures oncnoil Irregular with prices from 4 points lower to 7 points higher. Liverpool opened low er, hut cloHod higher. Now York opened decidedly lower. Tho local murket however, paid lit I lo attent ion to tho early condi tion of either New York or Liver pool, hut promptly sent prices up. 1'rlvato dispatches reported that prollt-taUIng by "onus wan tho euine for the declines In Now York and l.'verpool. There was "second day story"- attached to yesterday's sus pension or II. A. Page and company and tho general impression wa that the firm was In a position to enter Into notlvc business again s...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 26 August 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPWlSg. FRIDAY, AUGUST ?, 10. II If " . Combination Salesman and BooK-Keopcr WANTED Must have experience and first-class reference, ry Salary but a smi berth for a WORKER. APPLY AT ONCE. No fan- nr 0 The Trail of the Knights Templar ACROSS THE CONTINENT. The Grand Master's Special Train passes Reaumont Auij 28th at 3 a. m., en route to San Francisco. This Palatial train will be composed of the following cquipmcntrBaiipiaee Car. Composite Car, Compartment Car, Pullman Sleepers, Observation Car and Dining Car. Secure Reservation in this Train soon as possible, Remember, no smoKe, no dust, no cinders alonjj the route. Call For Attractive Illustrated Itineiary. A. R. ATKINSON, D. P. A. J. K. TOOKE, C. P. and T. A. t e HECHES IRON WORKS! (INCORPORATED.) COUNISROF BOVVII! AND HAKIMS aU:U.i. Heavy Casting, Farginj: and Structural Work, Saw Hill Work a Specialty. Well Machinery Kuilt and Ht paired. liOIH 'PHONES JJ07. iana. Brick & Tile Co., Ltd. Correct Clothes for Men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 3 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRI SE. VOL. VIM. BEAUMONT, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1904 No. 139. SAFETY HINGES ON FORTITUDE OF FLANK FATE OF RETREATING RUSSIAN ARMY DE PENDS SOLELY ON THE FIGHTING QUAL ITY OF THE LEFT WING. KUROPATKIN 1RYING TO Indications Point to Liao Yang Being the Bloodiest Bat- tls Since Franco-Prussian War, the Japanese Haying Reported a Casualty List of 25,000. Tokio, Sept. 2.-1:0 a. nt. Tlia . Toklo, Sept. 2, (0 p. m.) A low nd fighting at lAuo Yung was continued dilioiial details of tlio progrcsu of the until a late hour last nighht. It was battlo at Liao Yang reached Toklo resumed at dawn today. Tlio fate of at a late hour today, great bulk or the retreating Russian Gen. Kurokl's right is continuing to army hinges upon the bravery and press tho Hel Yangtai seeking ground fortitude of Us left flank. Ucforo failing back (Ion. Kuropat kin intended that his left to the cast ward and nortward of Liao Yang should be greatly strengthened in tho hope of cheeking Kurokl's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 3 September 1904

THE wtAUMONT ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1904 . L .OOWWOW MILL END ana REMNAN i bALL HARD WOOD STILL TO BEJWESTED GOVERNMENT REPORT 6H0WS VAST AREAS OF TIMBER IN THIS 6ECTI0N. AMPLE SITPLY OR FACTORIES Bulletin 8aya Raw Material EkIU to Supply Hundreds of Concerns For Many Year. "Tim Kniil Ixirfy of ti rl wood H"i Imt In KhkI Ti-xiih remains i I-'' hnrvcitcil." Iliiu; inalcrlul wifllcleiil i fuilllHll liuiilrcln of fiiciiiili-H fur many year lu nl lifinil." ThoKo ur Hoinit of I'1'1 HtnicmcntM corilitiuiMl in tin- last government bul letin on I lie hard wood l'r'M "' Hunt Ti-xuh. For hcvciiiI ycara the UnterrlHO luui claimed Mint "here In contributory lo llcauiuoiit an incx hnimtlble hiipply of valuable hard wood, and Hi"' ly r"iin:m or I In; fan, of Hi" pioxlinliy or Hcniiinont p i:..lf iiml hecailHe of I In- liialiy trunk line rallioiulK which give H " reel connection with a law conmim ...Miiiiiiltm. Ilcutimoiit olTi'rs mi 1 1. .1., I nilviintHL'l' for the I'Hl'-lle nui ,.i ...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 3 September 1904

THE BlAVKKXTt ENTERPRISE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1904 S YV THE ENTERPRISE JOB PRINTING OFFICE IN NOW OPEN . . ... and Fully prepared to do any 'and all Kinds of Job Work. Lowest rates and the best work (guaranteed. Both Phones 93 Phone us and we'll THE HANDICAP CAME IN FIRST AT NEW YORK OVER GOLD MONEY AND GUNFIRE. SHAWANNA WAS BEST AT HARLEM Winning by "Joe Graham" at St. Louis Against Odds Gave the Bookies Severe Drubbing. 1 Other Notes. a i Now York, Seppt. 2. Carbuncle won (ui'f liiiinlieap at liii! liny toay. First lace; last, (i I'urloiiKS tulurily couiHo: Qnailnllu won; ltulwark sec oiid ; Sir lirillar third. Time 1:1-1. Second, soiling nix and a halt fur longs: Countoi-opoiKo won: Canajorio s''!ond j Sovereign third. Time 1:1! Third raee mile and a furlonff: )ear-hoi- won; I'ulm Hearer second; Mar nice third. Time l:5:i. Fourth, mile: Ihoomstick won; Molly Brant, second; llurstliourne Third. Time l::!!t 2-5. Fil'lli, Ii v and one-ball' furlongs: Osseau won: Oamara second; Ton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 3 September 1904

1 THE BEAUMONT ENTBRPRUg SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1901 BEAUMONT fNIfRPRiSf. ,VuUlti4 Cvery MuriJn Ij SHI BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE . ,.iaHiNn co. InUrprlM Bulling, Beaumont, T'xa. (entered at the rortofflee in Beau-nott M fc-etxiud Clatt Mwl Alallur. j SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEFi J, 1904 ninl u wider ItimwIiMlt;.) of u jjrtut i-co- hlileriuloh. It bhould rcnult in tlm Innr- t,oilhlHhteliic..n of Indit Idliajs, that, ""'" iii'.v iik 111 Mlnrli hm for iu ill- ti -.ti.-tulanoo .Im fur mimm.I. Ii million 1,1 1,1,1 ivIk oi 1 .,11.1 mui.v liiiiitii- 1.I1J. 1 1 tin.- iiphuihiihu nf Mil ill he week umii. which every loyal lhoutuiM of dollar worth nf prop, i niliiri! within Hit- hiinliT o Kimi mm mid duutihier nf Tcj.au who t an my nave hit-it Imiiiu-i; .ilotroycil an I ii'i'i'Xi '' , K.m.iiunily ko khmiM lay anlilo wasted, "l li. work of Hid i(jitii-sH hint mo 1 1st :r ilttily tin I Ion und muteiiiMu i hut In-eii tho policy of the oner H i lly iiIiiikc.I iliroiiKh iiiuII.th per-, in 1I0 honor M Hm prcii, ...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 3 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRI8E$ATURDAY. SEPTEMBER S, 1904 LYD To-Day. Wa i-liill jet ku much ill llio years to ci.mh'. Hut what luivf ilon tn.day? V li II kio on I ijoIJ In u .rliu'ly emu. Hut whnt ill. I we Uf tn.ilnv Wr uliiili lilt ih li.ii 1 1 ami dry llio tear. 'i- nli.ill plant m tmo in llio iii.iiu ul It-.ir. ul. nil -ulc with WurdS of lnvo out) i-Imht, Hut w lull Iiiivk we il.ino l.i-d.iy? V shitll he mi klml In th aftwr while. Hut wliil li.ive is bm-u tu-iluy? We hlmll Iiiiiijj to iM.h lullely llio a Hlllill', Hill ulmt have wh linitliillt tn-ilny? V' Hh.ill nic in I ruih a lirmiiliT lilrth, A imI to KUailfuiil l.ilili u ili-iir worth, Wu ulinll ill lliu lilllifilll"S lluulll ut iiirih, Hut wlium hiivo wo foil to-ilay? N I mill Wuu-nnan. Origin of Names of Dogs. There, are not ninny boys or girl, or K"'n follia, either, fur that mat ter, who know how (ho breed names of dona llrst on nit- Into common use. For Instance, tho spaniel In so-culled because lli first types of thin beauti...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 3 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1904 if I ""' Faith. If Faith wire l-Ivii I...111.01 frm, AIRp And warm, 1 lllll.ll UO i'lV lllll.il.l 1)1'. VUi U'it uii-l It-i- ' 'iiirix .1w.ll. I tlili.k li. y in.. nlli. t !. ..ul.l v i'i I., r II: For ll ( i.n rain. H....I ml, V.I I ' 1 1. ..I... In. lu il- l..il )l. .in i...ui.i n. i.iiiun i.. lur will Ami li.ii.li' II. hiii i n i in. I ci,t. nml mill. -It. .. M.ulli' in ili -w Vi.ik TiiI.hik' r A AN ACT OF CHARITY Mm. Iliililcru. ImvliiK ln'cii mlvln'l by Hie ilnrtur "lo l.i'i i up I" r MreiiKlh," h"d iinliTril for liim-lii'im h rump sunk nml I.I'Iih v innliiliii:. which I 111' WIIH Jlll-I lllllilll III rill V, Hlnl OIIH' iniilliiii it I ! -t m. now In front t Ml n I.ucy WiKiliiki-. lur i-oiiiihiiI'iii. whose irlnrliiil duly whh In rend .Mrs. Mol iIito In kIitji ufli-r Ihe I'lcccnt meal iiliil limner. Till- 'lllllllC WHH HITVPrt In ft tthito I.iih In wlih h mi i1 I u wound II. and ihc junior in.'iiil Ktotnt. iniiTi'Mi'illy looki...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 3 September 1904

THI BEAUMONT CNTERMNi ATUNDAV, SEPTEMBER S, 1904 LIGHT DROP IN COTTON MARKET THE REPORTED AVERAGE CROP CONDITION WAS 81.1 PERCENT. was further ex a number of l LIQ11DATI0N TOLIOWED ITS ISSLE short kIiU. There itiibivo covering ii The heavy buying of steel prefer rel wan almost I ho nuwt conspicuous fealuru of the day. There were aome reactions u ho afternoon but thimo were offset by gain In L. and N. ami Chicago ami North western com mon ami preferred. Thee losing wax iiriK o mid Hlunit. The bond iniirket reflected the Hlrength of stocks. Total aalea par ulm $7,570,0110. Llverpoool. UverHM, Sept. 2. Cotton, spot In ifulr demand; prices six points lower; American mli fair liKO; good mid Foreign Cablet Were Easier and tha li7u: ml, low nilil CIS; good or iiniiiirjr oib; urn i miry hVi, Crop Report Better Than Expect ed. Nothing Doing n New Orleans Spots. Receipts, none, Futures opened nulet and rloacd quiet. Amorlran mid g o c: Reptem- uer miii sepiemuer Uetolier S81: Oc- : toher Nove...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 3 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTER PR I8E.SATUR DAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1904 BALLOTS AND GUNS i hi; election day llii'lr hiiiih ami iluuttlin ra. TliU bt p pliii eh 'I'txai where who liaiiirully tm Ioiimh In tint very front rank. I'roperiy Iiuh In. -n lioiiKlit ami Ur iH-KiiiiiiiiK of an endowment donate-l whilo other hiiiiih are coining In for (ho hiipMiri of tlm woik. 'I'h 0 iiatu iinlvt i hit lea of Mli liiKHii. KanniH ami Vlrulnlu have Hlmlliii' rhnlra which have madu for them i'civcx an honoriil plu with the fa-iiliy ami h ti(-n( h of thosu lntl tiilloim. Tim lllhlo eluilr conimltu-o eon- htH of .luilKt- T. .1. Hiowii, A. J IIIi.-rH, MrH, A. H. WilKliiHon. of Aunt In, Mra. M. M. Mlanlia. of Ua k hart; Mrs. NVnlden nml MM, Id i Vunxnnilt .InrvlH, of Fori Worth. 5 . . ... j DOES IT PAY Now h the tim? to build trut house. We are preprrru to furnish y ju the Lumber. Space does not per mit u; j tell you just how much we can save you on your purchase. :. Come and see us. .: WARRING POLITICAL FACTIONS OF A...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 4 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE BEAUMONT, TEXAS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1W4. n'Alft.ftl.f NO. 136. VOL. VIM. ,.. 4 CZAK'S VANQUISiED LEGIONS IN IURKIJLD FLIGIT DESTROYED THEIR STORES DEFEATED RUSSIANS BLEW UP THEIR MAGA ZINES AND BURNED EVERYTHING USE FUL TO THE ENEMY. STAKELBCRG'S SIBERIAN CORPS OF 25,000 CUT OUT BY THE VICTORIOUS JAPANESE Tokio Report Says Routed Army is Yet OJfering Some Resistance and is Concentrating at a New Point. Loss May Reach Nearly 15,000. St. Petersburg. Sept. 3. It la oin cliiily announced Hint Gen. Kuropai kiii in retreating; that Lino Yang been iilmmloncil anil that. Clou. Stakcl berg's corps has lieon cut off. Destroy Stores at Liao Yang. St. Petersburg, Sopt. 3. A 'do npaleh liaR boon received hero from Gon. Kuropatkln nniioiielg that ho iias ordered liis army to evacuate l.iao Yang and withdraw northward. Tlio Russians blew tip tlio maga " i, and sot fire to the army store! -and" provisions at Liao Yang before leaving that plaoo. , On. Kuropatkln says tho fi...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 4 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1004 . . .. , MMMBgBMBn ri r " ,u 1Jt-JUDaiJMinJJJiM iii" ""1 ESC (LDW 400 OaK, 5-Drawer Chiffonier Like Cut Regular Price 8.50, Sale Price . . 4.90 200 OaK Dresser 474 Comb. BooK Case Regular prlct $20.0. fi. altprlc .11.03 i FrtBch Class, rerfuUr prlct H.OOi Salt prlc 7.95 THUS WE 1 ' in: II . I , is;;."7(lwj ti 528 Comb. BooK Case Regular prlca 30.00; Salt price . 21.65 CHIFFON 401 Oak Chiffonier 5 drawers with glass, reg ular price 11.50; I ER Special price - 7.80 NICE LINE SOFA PILLOWS TO CLOSE OUT Regular price 4.00; S-le price - - - 2.50 Regular price 3.00; Special price 1.75 402 DRESSEP Something nice, U.OOi sale price regular prlct . . 9.45 We Frame Your Pictures; Paclt, Ship and Repair Furniture PHONES 786. GLOBi CO Chairs and Tables Rented For Entertainments. PHONES 786. N - w 1 mill ! fWmTMWWTM--"wM"' "r " ---w-.-.1.r.a.J arwsaa 1 1 Ji 'milium m SEVEN I i RAILWAY WRECK JESSE TALBERT .OF BEAUMONT WAS ONE OF THE VICTIMS OF DISA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 4 September 1904

THE BEAUMOtf r CNTrPRISe SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1904. .--J o o o O 000OOO0000OOK) 0O 0K00 0000000 K00404404OK000 Aitteiniitndwm lPareinilts o 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 proper books. 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. : ; o r o 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. g 0W0OOO00OOO000K)CC000K)O00OO 000OOOO0K)KK)DO C. T. Helslg. T. V. Smelker. HEISIG & SMELKER. GENERAL INSURANCE AND SURETY BONDS. Phones 61 Beaumor.t Tex. E. A. McDowell T. C. Taylor M. S. Dufflo M DOWELL, DU...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont enterprise. — 4 September 1904

THI BCAUMON T KNTtAPIl SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, tW. BEAUMONT INURPR1SE. ftiUlli. Every Mortlni by vJTHI BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING CO. rprl Bull(lBS Buumont, Tfc Bntra4 at tb Poatoffica In D?auuoat M Bacoud Claaa Wail Manor. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1904. Tarma of Kutacrlptlort. Duo fear , .18 0U 9'kro mootha u Mundav. Mr ruar I 00 to biugla oupy NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Tha Enlarprlaa Publlihing company U not roiponalbl for any debta con tracted by it employee, of any char acter whatever. L WHERE HAS THE COLD OONET Much luiH been written about I ho I'lioi iiioiih inrn asi of uolil dmiiiu tb ill llii- i.i.hIiii lni L.I II 1 1 Vi lll . Tlio iimiiinr In Hlilili il"'' wi'iMrt piolllM lioll Of K'l'l ilH Ti UH. cl diuiiiK n i fiil yuirs lia-i lm ii mil n liiK l KH limn nun v Ioii mill I In- mi linililc ifTirlK liim- lin n ttorl l will.'. )l llii' lo'iil iio.iii (lull of ;(il. I hllii-i- Iho dlwovliy ol Ainiiicn. inaily ' - i hiilf of II ban Ih-i ii iHinlm-rd Kiini- J.v7a. Moii; Kold liiiH Ihiii .ii...

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