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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 30 November 1900

3 O do We never carryover from one season to another, so have reduced the price -on nearly all goods. . . At 23c a yard, plaid strip and check A few pattern of high grade Ve noelty aulthit; some of these goods' ( netian Cloth In tan, blue and white, are all wool; the camel tkalr eftScts former price 2 per yard; reduced to are suitable for skirts, also children's ' 11.50 per yard. Some good values In Black Henri etta at 50c ana 75c per yard. Black Navy Blue Storm Serge at dessea. Former price on these goods. 35c. 40c and 50c per yard. At 3oc per yard, all wool ll f In V J , t r aA j uuu. uauuwmv coior comsiQiuons nK per yard. also 38 Inch brilllantlne with sljk Black Brlllfatine at 50c per yard, polka dot. values 75c and 11 per yard; ' 36 Inch all wool filling Cashmere, special only 35c per yard. reduced to 15c a yard. Reductions on high grade Black EXTRA SPECIAL. Dress Goods In 4 yard skirt patters' Ten pieces of Plaid Suitings, cam-oaIy- nair effect, In pretty color com- A1I our 11...

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. — 30 November 1900

y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .shed 1804. t 1 el i r -1 r i . 111 1 1 1 m g .k j rt fill - ' v- l I For Thanksgiving There are bo many desirable comes-; tibles on our counters and shelves thatj you cannot possibly buy them all ; take your choice. We have every sta-j pie, of course flour, sugar, tea, coffee and spices; but more than that, we have constantly on hand all the lux uries and table delicacies, from cere als and breakfast" foods to Jams, jel lies, marmalades, fancy soups, queen olives and the like. - I. GORDON Telephone 140. 1 When Greek Meets Greek Trouble begins, but when a man meets a shirt, collar or cuff dons op at the Beaumont Steam Laundry he knows that all of bis troubles In find ing the right spot to have bis linen dope up bare ceased, for you can't match the work done here In tlis town. Laundry work Is our business, and we make ft our business to do work such as no other laundry can compete with. The Beaumont Steam Laundry. eaumonf 0 D -0 D Is The Beaumont Lumber Co's. St...

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. — 4 December 1900

s ,t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1" to&t " i,Uc imT :Sned 1894. Z'j.S. CORDON & CO. ' T.I,AllAn NO. 8.1. GORDON & CO I Telephone No. 82. -W w w M I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I II 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1900. VOL. 4. W WVrVW ' The Best Store in Town. 5 Look: to tto FPood "Vou. Seit. ROOS BROS. iJVlVVwVVVVWVwVVVVVWVViViViWVlV BILL INTRODUCED IN THE SENATE TO THAT EFFECT. GERMANS LOST IfflY KILLED. I lie lis: ri Palatable rig 11 2 Vtl Purchasable. i .iiiiifi. S Pt! J. T. GOSSETT, JOS. A. MUSS CO.. I s fci- s-j!3eniicrEcn!. CiociooomjUio. g; L -l l jExitibition Week. 1 r 1 : IiS A set of fine cooking I I ire this net-k only. () 9 Onrat majestic Steel and Malleable Iron Kanu'e at onr store atenils iM-.itintf ol urnnlrra nirco. We will bw roa how to bike hui- now to cook one-balf the I nel ji.o are now every day from November 2h to December given away with each Kantre this week only. W( cuit-. bnwn to-j and bottom in three minutes: T Q r asinir. ant show y...

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. — 4 December 1900

4 V III t n -- (Pis , bixus rr..... rvj BCliSCBIPTlONSi "Per Month Per Week -10 BEAUMONT. TEX., DEC. 4. 1900. NEED OF A NAVAL. RES.l.. WMMaiton, D. C. DcaUr 4. i v TT Smtvtan tha officr In onarzs or naval mUltl. ha mad a apcni report to the naval uepartnunt upon th operation of that organization during the paat year. Twenty states are shown to have an organized naval mUltla. comprising In all 567 officer and 5.309 petty officers and enlisted men. Tha naval appropriation act al lotted the sum of 1G0.O0O for the mi litia, of which 157,000 had been dis tributed among the twenty state or ganizations on January 1. The navy department assigned two vessels for the practice cruisers of the militia, the Prairie, on the Atlantic coast and the Michigan, on the great lakes. Through laclc pt facilities a vessel for the Pacific seaboard was not as signed. Contingents from Louisiana, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Maine took short cruises of about a week's duratio...

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. — 4 December 1900

4iiiiiiminminniHi4MMiMiimmiMiOi We Have Not Heard! any comnlimenta as to the careful- ness and promptness of the way we fill orders for staple groceries. Con trariwise, we frequently receive the most nattering encomiums as to ser vice, courtesy and tile goods them selves. Modestly speaking. w think we deserve it, and our best efforts to please and satisfy you every time J .'will continue. For your groceries go to l Phone 140. I.GORDON. ig iargain IOAK Just Received A Carload! Charter Oak Stoves A large department store having consigned me some goods that are not strictly in my line of business, they will be sold at prices to suit the customer. They are all standard and pre sents an array of bargains never before offer ed in Beaumont. They include 500 pair of Hosiery original price from 15c to 40c per pair. This sale they go from 5c to 20c per pair. 300 Corsets, including the famous W. B., former price from $1.00 to $3.50, this sale 50c to $1.50. Between 400 and 500 yards of Henriett...

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. — 4 December 1900

J Only rs ti - i n 1 fans. Telephone 140. When Greek Meets Greek Trouble begins, but when a man meets a shirt, collar or cuff donj up at the Beaumont Steam Laundry he knows thai all of his troubles In find ing the right spot to have his linen done up have ceased, for you can't match the work done here In this town. Laundry work is our business, and we make It our business to do work uch as no other laundry can compete with. . The Beaumont i Steam Lau,ndry. 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 WVWWV WVW ! Iress You Hi rai With stylish hats j icUets, furs, waists, skirts, kuit anl muslin underwear, gloves, hosiery, neckwear, dressing sacqnes, belts, corsets and novelties of the season. We also repre sent the best house in the country making Ladies Tailor Made Suits. Fit guaranteed and a large assortment of cloths and styles to select from. Come and see us. The Store For i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! rvVTVAtV ? VfVrr P General Insurance Agent. ESTABLISHED 1.H65. , i Phone No;. IHmMMMMIMHI ALL MACHINERY...

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. — 25 January 1901

j 41 4 It teri wetpti 1 1 1 i l n 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 i 1 4 We Don't Keep Feed-AVe SELL it J. S. GORDON & CO. LomJi This Page. I (1M tt CO Hlllllllll " I BEAUMONT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1901. NO. 236. ZEUED 2SC5033 "STO'U 2-V3F. 1 7fie BEST Store in Town-ROOS BROTHERS. wo I ! ESTABLISHED 1889 mi R. M. MOTHNER, Tlje Popalar JcaJcler. I Crockett Street, BEAUMONT, TEXAS. ?ll.liilwillwliri $18.00 Suits going ai. $15.00 $15.00 Suits going at $12.50 $12.00 Suits going at $10 00 $ 8.00 Suits going at $ 6.50 oil; If mrll Muction Sale... I ! fsi tell 1 FOR. sale: DO acres In th Iwa colony, two miles south of Beaumont, one mile north of Oil Gejser, front on S. & E. T. rallroaa, and on Highland avenue, 40O acres on main divide at Sour Lake Station. Oil and Rice lamia in other loca tion cheap. Reliable Clothiers Furnishers. 20 Per Cent off on all our Single Pants. OXL.Y A FEW LEFT. WANT TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK THAT IS DAI LY COMING-IN. Roos Bros. IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST...

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. — 25 January 1901

THE DAILY ENTERPRISER MOT U BDXBB'... ;.. Sailor - MlfMCKlPTIONSj - per Month .40 Par Week J.0 BEAUMONT. TEX. JAN. ,25, 1901. iliiSL SEINERKNOCKEbV The following Interview appeared in tha Kaw Orleans Picayune, with! Mr. Stataer. a West Virginia 11 man: "I would, not pat a dollar. la Beau- moot" oil. waa the bold assertion of Mr. Steynerv "I am afraid of it. Ev ry other practical oil man on the K(U if. f the same opinion.- It will require from six months to a year to determine Just what the Beaumont well la, Ton can't Judge" now. It Is Impossible. The people are scarcely ratlonaL" Tnt the well as reported V was asked. nres. in the main. The well is there and It Is a wonder. "What la the flow? ' T estimate the stream at - from 1.000, to 10,000 barrels per day.' "What Is your theory of the source? "It Is one ox two kinds either a crevice well., or an Immense body . of olL Yda can pay your money and take your -choice of the two beliefs. They come at the same price." "Which did you take?...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 25 January 1901

It Pays to Buy at Nathan's 4 3s33434SS$SS$4S4 I I I p - I v.-..v S Hitve you ever worn our $2.95 suoes? They $ are the 3.50 kind Tome in vici-kul and valou goolyear welt, fllexible soles cap aud plaiu toe. At 2.50 Moils' vici-kid Shoes, plain and cap tm.-s, lace or ODgress, vesiing top, other stores charge 3, Nathan's price . At$l 1j our trale winner Vici ki!, plain and cap tte. They loo'c, wear and tit like the &.; ,hue you buy elsewhere NathanV price 1.95 Our Mens' 1.00 and 1 50 Shoes are the same gra'le we have sold for five years. New stck arrives every thirty days, to elose out at UN child rens and infants Shoos, A complete lin'J of ladie Oxfords and SHp;crs. l it Pays to Buy at Hathan s 8 !5r-Nv . . DON'T FORGET THE SMALL. THINGS. "individuals are to a great extent responsible for their condition in life j bo we as citizens are responsible for the growth ' or decadence of 5e city In which we live. The bursting forth of the weoderful and world excelling Lucas geyser has so ...

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. — 25 January 1901

.J 4IIIMHIIIMmitlMl4MMiilHMMlIMiH t r r Ve Have Not Heard! any compliments as to the careful- I cess and promptness of the way we X fill orders for staple groceries. Con trariwise, we frequently receive the most nattering encomiums as to ser vice, courtesy and tne goods them selves. Modestly speaking, ws think we deserve it, and our best efforts to please aad satisfy you every time .win continue. For your groceries go to ' J f Phone 140, I.QORDON. ' ;MHHI MIHOH XMHHIMMtt llgl mm i Just Received A Car Load! M Charter' ' I MlP Oak Stoves 1 Simmons Hardware S Mill sudpiit Go. I A large department store having consigned me some goods that are not strictly in my line of business, they will be sold at prices to suit the customer. They are all standard and pre sents an array of bargains never before offer ed in Beaumont. They include 500 pair of Hosiery original price from 15c to 40c per pair. This sale they go from 5c to 20c per pair. 300 Corsets, including the famous W. B., former price ...

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. — 7 February 1901

illlllllllllllll I IIIMII 1 1 Bnt i l(. ".., IMIIHIMMMM WE SELL FEED. erprt I J. 5. QORDON A CO. i J. 6. Gordon & Co., All telephone rlnia lor Teed j Phone No. 8a. Call for 8i Mil BEAUMONT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUAKY 7, 1901. NO. 247, The BEST Store in Town-ROOS BROTHERS. tpW2. kehs zitDiD frcD'sj nova. i 6. illllllllM I I II II III II III Vf AT M - r.. . i . - . i i-timim iwiWim-iw iWiWiwra"a"M-- ESTABLISHED 1889 R. M. MOTHNER, Tlje Popalar JeuJeler. Crockett Street, BEAUMONT, TEXAS. - vu'iiJioo FOR H cntmHlff SALE 90 acres in the Iawa colony, two miles south of Beaumont,, one mile north of Oil Geyser, fronts on S. & E. T. railroad, and on Highland avenue. 40O acres on main divide at Sour Lake Station. OI! and Rice lands in other loca tions cheap. Sale . . For EverylDIng IK I lift-He.- $18.00 Suits going at $15.00 $15.00 Suits going at $12.50 $ia. 00 Suits going at $10.00 $ S.oq Suits going at $ 6.50 20 Per Cent off on all our Single Pants. OJTCiY A FEW LEFT. WANT TO MAKE RO...

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. — 7 February 1901

31 . is :. , THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. 1I0RT I. BIXLER Editor 8 IXBSCitlFTIONS : Per Month .40 Per Week 40 BEAUMONT, TEX..' FEB. 7, 1901. " 1 - - - 11 - BUTLERS BEAU5IONT STORY. " Under date of January 24, Bion H. Butler, special representative of the Pittsburg Times, writes from this city a very pretty story about the responsibility for the discovery of the great oil gusher. Mr. Butler also takes occasion to write In a man ner common to provincial Eastern newspaper correspondents, who for v the first time get away from their na , tive fastness and discover something to which thev have not been accus tomed, and who secern to think that they must note the exception and not the rule. We reprint the most of Mr. Butler's story, as it will afford our people the means of seeing them selves in the absurd manner Mr. But . ler pictures them to his readers who are supposed to believe all they read: Beaumont, Tex., January 24. The discovery of oil on the Sabine prairies the result of two lucky acc...

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. — 7 February 1901

It Pays to Buy at Nathan's CORSETS. 959 is a medium waist "erect form, is made of genuine French oourtel, trimmed at top with lace and baby ribbon, 4 hook, 12 inch clasp, ( "7R size 1 3 20 price P 1 1 U f Style 654, suitable for any figure, long and short waist 4 hook, 12 inch clasp size IS to 30, (PI fin price only.... tPliUU For elegance and 'eae are I best line of 50c Corsets unsurpassed. They eive the I Beaumont ever saw long upright poise, sloping bust, I and short waists. extended waistline, nips grad- I n n n n pta uallj rounding, bias seams, I UUlldtltV lull gored. It Pays to Buy at Man's 701 is an "erect form',' model made of imported jeans, 12 inch, 5 hook clasp, sizes 18 to 26 price . . . $1.00 1'" ..... Before Stock Taking 1 To induce our patrons to buy a nice up-to-date, handsomely designed Dinner Set, we will offer, a TEN PER CENT 1)18 CgUNT SALE to cqntinue' tne gijtire weer As you are well aware, our prices are standard one price to all, cheap for cash. Fair dealing,...

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. — 7 February 1901

OHinM Ml Ve any ness fill we iitMittimini tun t m II The Best of I ! Everything 1 Phone 140. Exceptionally handsome selec tion of Ladies' Underwear just received in match or single pie ces. Comejn and let us show you the Iin$. We will gladly give you our time. The Store : For : Utiles 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Tank Howard to John R. Teegar den, 32 acres Joseph Moguess 160 acre headwright certificate; consid eration, 192. f J. H. Drummond to Patrick H. Lenox and John C. Scaggs, tract 1. black 10. range I, Fort Arthur Land company's land, containing twenty acres; consideration. $366.66. John C. Fernandes and wife to J. II. Drummond. same property; con (deration, 0 and exchange of land. Port Artur Land company to P. 11. Lenox, lot 16. block 11, Nederland consideration $30. Port Arthur Land company to J. C. Fernandes, lot 1, block 10, range I. twent acres; consideration, $166. 66. W. B. Turner to Frank Dunn, William McFarland grant of 110...

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 February 1901

. t lllllllll IIIMI I II I I I I I I II WE SELL FEED. t I J. 5. GORDON & CO. J. 5. Gordon & Co., J All telephone rinr for peed T 'Phone No. 82. III I lllll I II I II 1 1 II 1 1 Ml I Call for 8j. "iininnmniiMMU VOL. 4. BEAUMONtf , TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901. NO. 248. The BEST Store in Town-ROO BROTHERS. 2&a &Ejm zctdsdid trocj risi,." .- r - ESTABLISHED - 1 1889 . R. M, MOTHNER, He Popular JeoJelct. i; Crockett Street, BEAUMONT, TEXAS. lOlloo. FAR IT tm : SALE 90 acres in the Iowa colony, two miles south of Beaumont, one mile north of Oil Geyser, fronts on S. & E. T. railroao, and on Highland avenue. - 400 acres on main divide at Sour Lake Statioji. Oil and Rice lands in other loca tions cheap. Office in Iowa l Bui Id ins:, on Ground Floor. 259 Crocket Street. W.A.Ward, SOLE AGENT. Beaumont Furniture Co,, DEALER " IN Hew &Second Hand Furniture We make a specialty of Fine Upholstering and v Repairing, Carpet Laying, Packing, etc D-1 forget tk place. Pearl ...

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 February 1901

THE DAILY ENTERPRISER MOKT I BTTT.KR T.... Editor MUUSCRIFTIONSi per Month .40 Per Week JO - BEAUMONT. TEX.. FEB. 8, 1901. IN THE EASTERN FIELD. Toledo Times. The Important event of last week - in the petroleum world was the eleva tlon of the price 2 cents a barrel In tb i west and 3 cents in the east. This together with the monthly digest of operations by the Oil City Derrick and the "returns" from Texas form ed the principal subjects of thought A feeling has growl) to some mag nitude that the Texas contingent was a little dangerous to the general wel fare and mifny expressions of fearful forebodings were heard. But for these there wece no good excuses, ine trade, so far as supply and -consumption are concerned, has not been brighter in the past year than It Is at this moment. The stocks above ground are not too high should we run np against a season of failing resources j One. year's drouth, sb to speak, would leave the world short of oil and force values to a point in a measure 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. — 8 February 1901

($$4)4)44)4)$4)4)4)4)4)44)4)44e4V34)4$4 It Pays to Buy at Nathan's n UVJ We have already opened some of the daintiest and and most fetchin'wash fabrics you ever saw. Not a bit high priced either, say from 5c a yard up. .We are pretty early, but do you know that many women come here February for wash goods? Why? Oue cause is the onableness of the prices. A few of oar best sellers in reas- 10c quality of dress ginghams, new ntylmn at only C 1-4 cent per 12 l-2c and 15c quality of flne dress gingham, a hundred pat terns to make your selection, only 10c per yard. At 10i pes yard prettj dimities, 36-Inch Sea I.-Iand Percale, Cham bry In all colors, white goods in checked nainsooks and stripe dimities. Some np to date novelties in wash goods at 15c, 18c and 2fc . per yard, all uew spring goods. At 25c we are showing the pret tiest line of wash goods in South East Texas. Scotch Madras and tissues mer cerized novelties, also in dainty white goods. We are showing the prettiest line of high g...

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 February 1901

any nesa i Phone 140. " " ' Done Up! as applied to laundry work ; should not mean mangled beyond 'recogni tion or hopelessly ruined. "Done up" In connection with laundering as we do It means satisfactorily washed, starched and Ironed, nothing in ilb bons, ever article intact, prompt de livery, reasonable price. Beaumont Steam Laundry Ml 1 1 H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I The Best of j Everything Exceptionally handsome selec tion of Ladies' Underwear just received in match or single pie ces. Come in and let us show you the line. We will gladly give you our time. The Store Y for Dbe niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii HAT coke is. Something About the Process of Mak ing the Fuel. J "I am often asked," said W. W. Swenson of Wilkesbarre, Pa., "what coke consists of and to what uses it is put. Coke is coal with the volatile matter bnrned off, what is left being Yet the cost for transportation caus almoet wholl fixed carbon. To re- es it to be mined. For instance, in duce coal to coke the...

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. — 15 February 1901

BBaBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBASSSSS . Ml - r T -,-r -; - ' - - i . ' ' - . 4 -- . 4i i t m i i i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 ii i 1 1 4imnn H'tii" militia v , t ' WE SELL FEED. :J S,?Gordon & Co., -- '" Phone No. 82. 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - VOL. 4. BEAUMONT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRIJ4BY 15, 1901. !' I" 9 .- " , L I A. J She ESTABLISHED 1889 R. M. MOTHNER, He PopQlar JeuJeler. : Crockett Street, BEAUMONT, TEXAS. On iiO OO FOR mas SALE . - - 90 acres in the Iowa colony, two nillea south of Beaumont, one mile north of Oil Geyser, fronts 011 S. & E. T. rallroao, and on Highland avenne, 'AOO acres on main divide at Sour Lake Station. Oil and Rice lands in other loca tions cheap. x Office in Iowa v Buildlnr, on 1- around Floor. Street. W. A. Ward, SOLE AQENT. IT PAYS TO BUY THE Beaumont Furniture Co., .DEALER IN lew&SecondHand Furniture .. 1 We make a specialty of Fin Upholstering Repalrinsr, Carpet Laying, Packing, etc., and Dat format tka ptac. . Pearl St., next to Stone'...

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. — 15 February 1901

?he mil immist MORT It. BIXLER. r.::::ikiitor Par-lion th .10 'BEAUMONT, TEX., FEB. 15, 190L ADMITS OUR OIL HAS SOME t VALUE. The Castern oil men, who were al most se red to deatfi when our big oil well rushed forth, have fully re covered nod we note a more friendly feeling for thla petroleum. The es teemed Toledo Times, which took upon Itself the duty of making' our oil as bad smelling, obnoxious and worthless as possible now admits that "It has value as fuel, although it still slanders Its perfume like nature as will be seen by the following: Mr. Steele, manager of the Paragon refinery, states that he placed some Beaumont o in a still At his works and every man connected with the till department had to take to the other side of the premises, the odor was so terribly ranjt. He states that toe most Odoriferous of the Lima pro duct was Jasmine tainted with'-the essence of the violet, or ottar of .o ses, as compared with it. A small quantity distilled was handed to him In a bottle by ...

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