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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 10 April 1899

SORGHUM AND MILLET SEED J. s. Gordon &. Co. GRAIN and FEED J.S. Gordon & Co. VOL. 2 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, MONDAY, AI'KIL 10 1809. now mm & & & & & & & i' & A 4-U DUIs 1; t We are the People if For Whiskies. TRY A BOTTLE OF nue0 Old Soth Wakefield! Tim IfHt itml lliifHt linuiilM of VI1Uk171, ImiHirUil :inl 1.i. mi stlc Willi' nml l.l"i'i"i ll,0'il cuiiiili tu slock hi the Hliilo) now rriuly to le nolil tit iliu loui-M Huros possihlf. WlilHkli-H, HrmiilU' nn.l C'ryxlnlll.nl Kuck him!, I(.v nml IVacli uiiil lloiicv for iiii'dlcliml iii-iim-m In hlot'k. Come oiiii nml till to tin1 (YlWiniU'tl IU'it llullr iiml Kfii luiky Wliixkcy l-it, oimslu stollW-f. H. HIRSCH, Prop. Ol'HS IIAV AM MU1IT. Prompt iitti'iillon on nil mall oritur. TKI.KI'NONK I IT. To the Trade an exceptionally excellent line of Buggies and we want to push them along. Don't buy a vehicle until you see our stock . H -i n We are also leaders in Farm Implements and can especially fit you ou...

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. — 10 April 1899

r Che Dnilp Enterprise. JilUT I.. HIXI.KU.. IMitur U IKKII 4) CiM , Mil I II Sum of our hiJewnlks iiceilnl few Ism id now wml t lion. L ii fiut unutfly a plank Mdowullc will not lust fortm'C ami a I'dtlo n-aii Is nlwny in order. 'J'lio Soaly Now rmisli'tl lliol Itclls (Niiuvrt company in jfoml shape, claim in;: tliattlicy cliuwd Path n fur parlor titntiteui talent. I Hal tiusrnpiiou nu a I )i'r per (flit nf the actors who slriko Texas Tliu Texas Imse Imll IciiL'ne, with only four tennis, is not very liiiiiisin-r to start with, bill if they play except ionally jjood Imll thoy may succeed in infusing now lifo into the national tfuiiiu in the Lone Star State. Om et ItM First Symptomi of PaUInt Mttltb In Woman Is NERVOUSNESS. Did you ever think that tlierw in always a CttUte fur tliU initially T lit women .Wluu r in Krncritlly Ilia forerunner i.f iniine I 4. . . ....... --- - - 1 I'ttinful, I'rufuitti or Irn-KuUr M ic , di, cither i't which will inHiui' im.r , !cLAsr:r:::: .viVvrt-KTSl ...

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. — 10 April 1899

..V. OO00wvwvviwvviw00S0O P ..IT PAVS... t Pnnrif rialiwnrnrJ Crnn O o t " uuuuo " nathax's. To Anv Part of the Citv. WE ARE mam r ....Tor the. AS M Jl? PATTERNS, '.r PriCe . . lr OJ, 31 J, 43 u, They are equal to any Pattern on the Market. fli tfje I)ew.... STYLES ON SALE. U7S-MISSES' SHIRT WAIST HUin HI, 14, 1 1, Hi jrwn. IT PAYS TO BUY NATHAN'S g CUT PRICE STORE. g O 0000 vwvwvv W W VWV QGGO STEADILY CLIMBING UPWARD! Kadi moulh record nil increase in my business over prcdeees sor. February exceeded January; March exceeded li-ltriuiry, and fjpril must beat them all 1 intend that it. hIihII. Prices, terms, now goods, most repent styles, will do it. The following are some of my prices: Dining room chairs, high hack, cane seat, nicely finished, (;."e; sills anywhere else at 75c. MIionm suits, M feet and 10 inches long, French bevel plate mir ror 20x24, wasliHtand !l feet lou; bed.ilead (! feel and 4 incliea high, the best finish $15. Extra s'ze wardrobes, 44 inches wide, 01 inches hi...

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. — 10 April 1899

These Shirt Waists Are the these Shirt Waists Ar Very Newest Spring Creations Perfect Fitting Lot No. 1 coiiijrih-N iilxml 10 ilf ui of t ! l"-t n nilu bhirt wuii.ln mmle. Of on.l prrd I.ihm frout, plaited Ui k, tituittliiif t ulliii, hUoluit l luhl roloin. 'I'lio pultiin miiht Im m cii In le iippie riiited. Vour rlioicft for any, !il Sizim .'ij to 10. Lot No. 2. Iu thin lnt you liuve Hi lt cl inn of n regular liuu of 1 Hhiit wniMx. 'J'Iii mc come in MANIAS ninl l'JIJtC'ALKS, in mI! Uh ncwiht epring tinta ami ilcHitfiiH. Your choice of any, 7.V. Lot !l'iiilniircn nil ilm vi ry lnlfhl'Ifhi'iiM in tin- ju uino iuij'oi tl .MADItAS dollm, made full, liluiun flOIll, ill HtliplM broken rln -rliH. Thine lire tiling, of li' uuly. Vmir choice of any '.'-V'. Our second shipment of spring shirt waists has just arrived. In this lot there are about 12 different stylos and about 75 patterns to pick from. This shipment embraces all the very newest creations from one of the largest novelty shirt wa...

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. — 1 May 1899

56 pound to a Bushel of Cum J.S. Gordon & Co. MnktptUt jj pounds to a Uuslul of Oats J. s. Gordon & Co. VOL .1 HKAUMOXT, TEXAS, SATl'KOAY, MAY 1. 18U9. NO Ifi mils 5 UU lUUfMiUli hiiii i.oit.T, i.ui oi.i nhii Wiiiu- '- 3T flohl lo year-old WhUhey is lliu best I liavo tho finest and largest stuck of i 111 oi-tul whis- kios, wines imd liquors in Ihuunont (and tho most complete jg. stock lit tliu Mil to) uii'l I sell nt tho lowest possible prices. Whiskies, liniuJiis, Crystallized Km-lc ami Wye, and ; V lVach and Ibmcy for medicinal purposes. X Tlio very host and coldest bottled boor and inioitcd ; Jk Swiss ehooso for family use or picnics, always read y. -k. Jt I have also tho host Buck or palo h.)er always on tap. .k. CoK'l.i Qivo mo a call an 1 you shall always call again at tho 3f limtod Iljor Hallo and Iv'Mituclcy whiskey depot. Jr all mail onlcrn. H, HIRSCH, Prop. f OI'IflrilTK I. O. TKl.Kl'NONK I IT. OI'KX DAY AND MOIIT. it may e That just now you need a Cultivator or im...

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. — 1 May 1899

' . ... ' ;vi Cbc IDnilv? enterprise. tun c i.. luxi.Kic. III I US I' ll i:m ..Ol, Will. i t u ms tn m tin- 'iiiniiii w ho WlKIU-fluittcil ol killing SitXlnll :iy tliill kIk will IHt t! "l tll htu..'. Inil that a ill liMliinii.li w.iiiuiirN riirliK It imtiu- In 11s llmt Ml. li'i'iV would iiiK'Ui more fiivorablo if s!ic would iv tin- from pulilif life entirely. TI10 l:ilt'--t wonder in tlie way n nil invention ) facilitate news i:ijn r work i- i in n liiin-llmt wi tili'nijili a I'ortruil. In "tin words, with I Iw ni'l nf I'-i li it ily anil a lio'rrali, an excellent nirliire rail bo sent from New 1 Yoik lo St Mollis. Tin- lino not fur ilUtant when 11 inun will sit in .New Y01U, ami willi tin1 ait of elei lricity, semi in ws uiiiltil on a inaibiiio wb'nli will automat irally operate ly m: M-tlin ma ( bines in Chicago aixl tbcntliei larjrc fit it's. II is said thai I lie paper upon wliirh llif bous revenue Mnir.p wore printed was made liy 11 a per innnufarturer who lias a ila'i IIIMir ...

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. — 1 May 1899

OCOOVVWWVWWVWVWOOOOO it I'ays to liuy at Nathan's 2 Thisi Cut Is Just To Catch Your Eye. tAII Goods Look Alike In Print, The cut Unit will intcic-d you must is our pkicn cirr on SPRING STOCK. No. 1 Sailor suits of neat Prints, regular 73c Cflp grade, for UUbi No. li. Sailor suits of llrown Linen, trimined, Eflp 75a grade for UUUi No. 21. Sailor suits of Linen; trimined; very "IE stylish; 1 grade for UUi No. -I. Sailor suits; Linen; trimmed with red duck; handsomely made; regular tfl.-3 suit , for-.. 3 JUi Vestee suits of fancy all wool Cashmere, nnd Cheviot suits; trimmed tastefully with sillc bruids and soutaches; and isii suits; special ftn nr iy iPliUO t IT PAYS TO BUY AT"""" NATHAN'S IOOCOWWW O O O ooooo How is this? White cotton warp matting, per yard 1 6Ci lU-piece handsomely decorated Chamber Sets at $2i65 Six umio coui aiixiny elisors:, uifcu ' " A double bedstead, oak tinished, at . . . $1.75 Japanned all steel wire spring $1.90 All other goods reduced to suit above prices ...

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. — 1 May 1899

Mothner Brothers. Big sale of bar lace 15-inch Bar Lace, 8c per yard. 17-inch " M 125c " " 24-inch " " I8c " " I lot ready to use bars, size 40x72, net top 50c 1 50x72, " " 65c I " " " 60x72, " " 75c Never will there be such a chance to save big money on Bobinet bars as there will be this week. Prices start at $2.75 for close mesh, 108 inches long, 10 yards to each bar. MOTHNER BROS. Mothner Brothers. ..MOSQUITO BARS.. With the big advance in price of Mosquito Bars this season we are now able to sell them cheaper than ever before. LOOK FOR THE BIG SAVING! Heady to Use bars. Bobinet Bars. Todcal squarely and ! repre sent our !ni Is just us t lny it ! IT Wll.l. I'AV YOU 'I'n i :i mini i iti i' .stock of liroccrios, which consists of lln ln-st Known ami most riTiahlo lrands. I'Yesli immIs, full weight, and your order delivered prompt ly. II all results in satisfied cusloinors, anil sutisliod riitoiiifi's is what helped lo Imilil our Inisiness. Try our Initlor at 'Sir per m.uikI. I. GOR...

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. — 2 May 1899

$6 pound to a Uushcl of Corn J.S. Gordon & Co. She jl pound to a Hushtd of Oali J. s. Gordon &. Co. I VOL. 3 JIEAUJIOXT, TKXAH, Tl'KSUAY, MAY 2 181)9. mm NO 17 ... .... UU YOU KNOW s loino brands u ro cood. nil ill lmtt..i I. lit III. I hl.itl. 11'.. I... llell lO ycur ol.l Whiskey U the host & I have tho finest mill largest stock of Imported wins kios, wines mid liquors in ILniiiiont (and tho most otunpleto slock in tho state) mi I sell at tin) lowest ixmMulo prices X Whiskies, hrnndi is, Cryslallized Koelc and Hyo, an.l I ouch tiuil Honey f ir uiodiciaiil purposes. $r Tho very host ttn.l coldest bottled boor and imported jj& Swiss eliooso for family use or picnics, always ready. Jg. I luivo ill so tho host Uncle or palo boor always on tap. Oivo in j a call and you shall always call again at tlio Tf Celebrated Ujor Hallo and K-Mitnolcy wluskoy depot. Ilk. . .4 I.., at... a . . . . . . ' . H, HIRSCH, Prop. I'rotlllit aLtiMilli.il lii nil limit orders. Ol'I'OSITK V. O...

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. — 2 May 1899

; Cbc pallg jntcrprloc. I jour MXI.KK. wir IOIKMi 4i) I'fcM .fill Mo I II In Cni'uium wnnei.f the lu-lit". i.Uy lowey ' i"!"1-" 1,1 much frupr. t.. up lib Twentieth rent "I"' '",''-' Full Wuli li Uinukiiitfim i ir.ni toi-Hiiro u ullir lilirmy. The movement i- headed '.v -Lively, a p""' w'"' ,U-s imtliinsr ' iii' tlioiU Murk lliiiuia i quoted uhuin Uwt mwlhitf f "'' national riiiiimitli'r is nniieccs- Miry. Siueo Murk i lh whole coiniiiittiH', inn! h It" i '"" slant HDwinii. 't wiuil.l u..nii tlmt lio i;. trying to mislead some- ono. The mirffhs nf tl.u world's fair, wliUhSt. lni iri'iiscs tolmlil, wenis ulinoht assure 1. That re miii.ls us tlmt St. Iouis, which was onco til" sleepiest rity of its sizoiu tliv worM, has awakened ami is now '" ,,r ,n" ",os I"'" gressiveof the lurtf eities It is said that Theodore Thomas recently refusw! ' ll.V Dixie for an Atlanta audience. If Mr. Thomas' musical tiliiUty hes not range us hi?li us Pixie, he l" I the right t refuse; Iml if : mil tin. re...

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. — 2 May 1899

OOOOVVV'WVVVVVVV'ViOOOCO 8 It Pays to Buy at Nathan's- g 8 - No. 1. Sailor suits ..f unit ... grade, lor ... ...,( ,.P 1 ..,,. U. . oa..... u.. 75c grade lor I This i Is Just i To -wdr J Catch x Vour H I Eye, J v No. .T Sailor suits of Linen; trimmed; very 7Kn stylish; l grade I'or OUi No. 1. Sailor suits; Linen; trim in. d with nil QKp jk; handsomely made; regular suit, for.. UUUi duel Vestoo suits of fancy all wool Oaslimoro, and Clioviot suits; trimmed tastefully with silk braids and soutaches; I and sCj suits; speci;l Aa q only 2Pfci33 IT PAYS TO BUY NAT O How is White cotton warp mat I in;,', per 10-piece handsomely dec-orated Six cane seat dii lining chairs, high back, for A double bedstead, oak finished, Japanned all steel wire spring All other goods reduced to suit above prices 1 will save you at least 50 per cent on every article you buy. ...H. HARRIS... The Reliable Cheap Furniture Store, Opposite P. O. BEAUMONT, TEXAS. HOTEL BEAUMONT - - &.0 VVAi DAY. New jrjxr-cx -ti...

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. — 2 May 1899

u ..MOSQUITO BARS.. With the big advance in price of Mosquito Bars this season we are now able to sell them cheaper than ever before. Mothner Brothers. Big sale of bar lace 15-inch Bar Lace, 8c per yard. 17-inch " " I2ic " " I lot ready to uso bars, size 40x72, net top 50c I 50x72, " " 65c I " " 60x72, " 75c Never will thoro bo such a chance to save big money on Bobinet bars as there will be this week. Prices start at $2.75 for lose mesh, 108 inches long, 10 yards to each bar. LOOK FOR THE BIG 24-inch 18c " IReady to Use bars. Bobinet Bars. MOTHNER BROS. Mothner Brothers. TimIi'uI siitai'fly tiinl l repro M'lil mil tfoo I jiisl us they arc. IT WILL lAY VOU 'J'u examine our slock id' i rocorios, which consists (if Ilii I )cs I known unit most reliable brands. I' Yes 1 1 jimmIs, full weight, ami your order delivered prompt ly. It nil results in sutisliod customers, and satisliod customers is what lil mi! to build our business. Try our butler nl L"ic per ound. I. GORDON, THE FAIR GROCb...

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. — 8 May 1899

jj pound to a liuahel of Oati J. s. Gordon &Co. cSrT H . 9 $6 pound to a liushcl of Cum J.S. Gordon & Co. VOL 8 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY U 181)9. NO 22 m mm i nnnil lMfl III Some brand mo good, other a ro UU IUU l lU II still better, hut Old S. lli Wake 3f Held Ul-yi-arol.l Whiskey is l ho host I havo the linest and Iui'l'wI. stock of imported whis kies, wines niid Ihpior in lloaniont (an. I tliu most inini lt stock in llio st iiml I soil at tli lowest posMlilo price. Whiskies, lu-audios, Crystallized Uoclc hiuI llyo, anil roach anil Honey for medicinal purposes. Tho very host an I cold-st bottled boor mill iuitoi'letl Swiss cheoso for family ns or piou:cs, always ready. I havo also I lio lust K ick or pihi li;ur always on tap. Uivo mo a call an lyoti shall always oil I again at tliu Celebrated Boar Hallo and K !iil.n:!y whiskey depot. ft I'loinpt atU'utiuu to all mail order. OIM'OSITK 1'. O. TKLKI'XONK I IT H. HIRSCH, Prop. OI'KN DAY AMI MOOT. St IT GUT BE That just now...

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. — 8 May 1899

r - Till- . - 4 A Cbc all? Enterprise, JOUT I HIXI.KIU- Kliir fKM K ft U Anoltort will " 1 tead nieajrt uf-ro'.H the ih-uui by the Marconi system of wii-eleM. tlegrliy. H'l -houM prove h succeiui tlie rUo will if1' m-si. Oovernor Tlionms suy liu i fil ing to have the Colorado soldiers home at (met) whether thu wur department i willing or not. Mr Thomas' uttcraneoh sound very much like dump donm-roy, If be U not careful lie will lo put down a a yreutcr fl tliun tin id an of Moody hridles fume, who onee governed Colorado. The government did tin; proper thing in flopping tlm senilinj: id seditous nimphlets to tho sol diora in tho Philippine. Mr. At kinson is an extreme, wlvocuto id the right of the United States to send soldiers into u stale to shoot down Htrikerw, and his interfer-encew-ith the wm k of the govern tnent in tho Philippines is not tin prerogative of an Aiiii'i'iraii iti zen. There were some monster meetings in Cbicutro to uppi'ovi' of expansion. When the Ameri can people...

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. — 8 May 1899

f CCOOVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVCOOOO O O O This week! C Remnants. You'v noticed all your life Hint the good nirrtluut U al irylug U "rlrtr out" the rciiiuaut. You've iU ked up umuy a Kutxl lurgtlu for thai rt-uu, loo. Kucli iiimr tuultle though to ne rarely. They ioui thick now If you I ratio lien, We buy Remnants now. Kuuuy a merchant wuuld Imy rciimaut wheu he' alway atriiKKliiiK to ki't-p Viu rlimii'il up." We (jo to tli mill afiitn auU buy what they term "Nlmrt eud-i" or"iiillleinl" mill militant, wit call, tliem. Whr M'e get "iviiiimul prk'en" (arliiH, ami we table them with llu hundred of 'lust yard" ami ''ul Icuulh" left over from the lirlk HellliiK here, ami rri j Uartsttliin! Ileinnaul liarualu! 'Flu I fie ICr SU IT" wwk remnauu of ('alleoeM.moHilv m-rMma, llKht color, So iier yard, worth 4 nncl 5c. Percale worth in ami 12 I -So for Ac per yard. Percale worth l.'tc for Wc per yard. I.awua at M and l.V per yard. Dwindle worth 12 l-Sc ami I.'.c cr jard for 7 I '-'o per yard. Itemimul...

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. — 8 May 1899

Ladies' Slippers, 50 Cents. IflfllES 01WBS AND SLIPPERS """ MISS THE BIG SALE 0F SA"DAls J .adic Oxford, black only, ilk vesting tm hand turu. heel or UiUit oxronu umixm.-mI, white Ki.i luani, turn wii.t, Miiid j. viih Our ladies shoo department is brimful of new money-savers. Hpring hoei, iwu-utor ua.-k tip, any toe; real vaiuf thu sin f '.f ':,,V',r'!'r,,1 . Don't buy your shoes until vou visitthis SALE. We know vou u.5n; price now i. "s. T Ud.esOxford , blurk. H..I.J Uther, dull, coin to, worth On't Want tO Dav more for VOUr SHM Ji'"' 'r.Uitt black only, made of irHuuiue fox kiJ. new A i.u5, only 05c. UU,J 1 wain iu pay more lor your onyco man iney are worm, , ... vt,fcti,lir . l.j lur ur jrei!i WWjr: they have uo Udie-i-black oxford dresH,daU. tun, uiii,ather, ,t- and you can SAVE MONEY by buying your shoes from us, I'lb- t-nt wtb. r tip, worth ni.ia. uniy vi.l'u. and get more for your money than you ever did before. This uii.v oWr'u black only, made of tirt ut fox kid. kid line...

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. — 18 May 1899

Rut Proof Oats. J. S. Gordon 6t Co. VOL. .1 IIKAUMONT, TEXAS, THUKSDAY, MAY lit, 1809. NO 31 Clipped Oats. J.S. Gordon &, Co. Sfte i'r nn Vflll tHinilf S-" brand aro good, other tiro llll Y II II KNIl ii -till bet i..r. hut Old Scili Wake- ;'- aj8 MHI lo year old WltUkoy U llio liet s jfe I havo tho tinosl and largest stock of Imported wliis g. kios, wine tint! liiju.irK itl lieamont (an I tliu 11101 complete. jV T stock in tlu tl Uu) iiml I ll at t!i lowed taiMihlo price. WhUkles, hrandio. Crystallixml Um lc and Kyo, tin.l 5r IVacli ami Honey for medicinal purp-u. V" 3t Tho very bust and cold-t bottled beer nml Imported :jS: Jk Swiss choose fir family, uso r picnics, always ready. JG- jj; I havo iilsn tlio best llock or pilo lwr a I ways on tup. jk .1! ,...11 ii ii I It.ill tiltt-iir.i ..-ill tnr.ilii til. lliii Colebratod IJjor 11 illo nn 1 Kentucky whiskey depot. H. HIRSCH, Prop. 5 f Om-OKITK V. (. TKI.KI'NONK 111. OI'KS lAV AMI NHillT. ;Jt MMM Pmiiiut altantloii trt 3f nil m...

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. — 18 May 1899

o Cbc JDatlvy Enterprise. jtlltT I- ItlXI.KH Kilitor In cksti In cr.si rr.H kk I-KH MiS I II Hudyard Kipling has ln-in oiler Oil und hit u-trt'i-d ti uocept the of LI,. 1). I '111 MllLMll I'liivfrnily, 1 'unmla. Tin' Itiii'.' 'f llio Mi'Ijjiiihh, us i. ..l. i. i.l v I ti announced. Ik piep:iriujr t muko ii trip around tin? world. Ho lias ins iir Kteiiui yiu ht, whiih It" h"if,'ht i Amor- ii-il, eollllllissiolM'il for II lolltf vtivnm: I lis olllv llllllllliriod .hu'iirlitfr, tho I'riiwess Clemen tfno, will iiri-oiiipuny liini Mrs Potter l'uliiK-r has iuvitoil Kinj Leopold lo visit her nl Newport, :nnl he has rcpliit'l that if ho , oiin's to the Uuiteil States he will surely honor her. A lot'oiiiotive heiulliirht usiny noelylene rus has heen devised by ii ( !aniidiaii inventor. '1 ho iippur a us consists of ii cylindrieal east ii on generator, five inches in di it ni'ler and twelve inches long, l iietlier with u reservoir and ruiideiiser. Tho charge eonsisls of iihout ten pounds of 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. — 18 May 1899

OOCOVWVWVWVWWVVOOOOO o o O 6 i HI O swm mm, V B. and Corsets at CUT PRICES. Two styles of W. B. Corsets, regu lar 75c grades, at 50 c. .Warner Bros.' and W B. Corsets in three styles, regular $1.00 and S1.25 grades, our cut price, Summer corsets at 50c and 75c that are 75c and $1.00 quality. ALL SIZES NOW IT PAYS TO BUY NATHAN'S O g CUT PRICE STORE. g OOOOOwwwwwwwvvoOOOO eaiiont Racket Store Mrs. Tott's nickel plaleil nail irons, 7."c. ('lotlicx plus, (10 for fie. 14 Oiiiich liMiioii.'ule fjl'ifi's, a sol, .'inc. Hatchet litimlUtM, each, 7c. A 20c hatchet for inc. A 35c hatchet for 15c. Tooth picks, 3 packages for 10c. Crape paper, per roll, 10c. Crape tissue paper, fill sheets, fin, A 10c wooilen lemon squeezer, 7c. A 10c Hue st:p c. A 'J lie grin it! cuspidor for 15c. Fancy pattern cake cutters, S for fic. A 15c pretty large china dull Head for 7c. (Talvaiil.ed'water pail, 12 quarts, 20c. Fancy glass ami gold-banded tooth pick stand, 7c. 10-lnch pretty glass oval dishes, 15c. Fanc...

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. — 18 May 1899

ft - - riv .. 1 v - s in Ladies1 I lot ladies' Oxfords and sandals, new coin ' toe, patent leather tip, heel or spring heel, for comfort and dress wear, worth $l.b5, special price $1.35 a pair. 1 lot ladies' Oxfords or sandals, heel or spring heel, genuine fox kid, narrow or wide toes, worth $1.90, special price $1.45. All our better grades of Oxfords and sandals will be sold at fully 25 per cent less than you ever bought them for before. Don t miss it, ! lot ladies house heol and too slippnrs, tho kind you have been paying 7bc ton spe cial 50c a pair. 1 lot ladies 3 point house dippers, 3 E wide only; solid leather, jut tho ihin for caso and comfort; special G5c. I lot ladies' Oxfords, oxblood color only, white kid kid lined, turn sole, very drossy, worth $1.25, special price 70c. I lot ladies' patent leathei sandal; .hand turn sole, solid leather, real value $1.00, spe cial price $1 a pair. Oxfords and MOTHNER BROS. Specie u Sandals. I ".k - "" '5 1 iri n WHEN YOU ARE IN D0U3T WIi...

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