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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 15 February 1901

A GREAT EXPOSITION HAVE YOU Our Stock pANam6RicaN Will USher in new AND GREAT FRA. 1! NATHAN'S HEWS. READY-TO-WEAR DRESS SKIRTS. Plain, black brilliantine Sun Skirts made with flare effect, good lining, velvet bind ing only $2.95. Same as above with sat in trimming only $3 50. Black Crepon Skirts, plain and flare effect, new designs, only $3.50. Black figured Brilliantine Dress Skirts at 1. Black Silk figured Brilliantine ' Dross Skirts at2.25. Black Taffetta SUk Skirts trimmed with ribbon, new styles, only $5 90. Black taffetta Silk Skirt, handsomely tucked and hemstitched, value $12,00, Nathans price only $9.00. Nathan Sells It I For Less. X2f -SifX -iV. . Before Stock Taking To induce our patrons to buy a nice up-to-date, handsomely designed Dinner Set; we will offer a TEN PER CENT DIS COUNT SALE to continue the entire week. As you are well aware, our prices are standard tine price to all, cheap for cash! Fair dealing, our motto. Tffle control twelve " patterns of French, English...

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. — 15 February 1901

Yr. 7- Vkft 7m -t est Phone 140. ;MHmHllKltMMI Done Up! a applied to laundry work .. ahould not mean mangled beyond, recognl-. tlon or hopelessly ruined, "Don op" In connection with laundering as we do It means satisfactorily washed, starched and Ironed, nothing la ilb bona, ever article intact, prompt de-' livery, reasonable price. Beaumont Steam Laundry 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 I The Best of 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 For Udies 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. J. E. Jlrou to C A. Teagle, lota 7 to 12, .block 15, Jlrou addition, con sideration 11000. 'R.F. Ashley and -wife to R. -C. McFarland lots 1, 2 nad 3, block 32, Arlington addition; consideration, -m : C. S. Brown and wife to J. E. iicGlnley, lots 1 and 1 block 35, Ar lington addition; consideratio...

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. — 16 February 1901

V 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 iniiinminimuiinu WE SELL FEED. J. 5. GORDON k CO. t V. 5. Gordon & Co., J All telephone ring for Peed T 'Phone No. 8a. Call for 8 j. 4IIMIII III III lllllll M II I HIHItttMmnn7 VOL. 4. 3 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUABY 10, 1901. NO. 235, 1 ESTABLISHED 1889 The BEST Ston in Town-R0QS BROTHERS : IF ft . 5. f i 1 R. M. MOTHNER, Tlje Popajar JeoJeler. ... Crockett Street, BEAUMONT, TEXA5. ' Oil opo Lands mm tlO acres In the Iowa colon)', two miles south of Beaumont, one mile north of Oil Geyser, fronts on S. & E. T. railroad, and on Highland avenne. 40O acres on main divide at Sour Lake Station. Oil and Rice lands in other loca tions cheap. :Ji vUIU;i i i 1 j For Eienrtnino I DD-io-Dqie. I $18.00 Suits going at $15.00 ,$15.00 Suits going at $12.50 1 $12.00 Suits going at $10.00 $ 8.00 Suits going at $ 6.50 FOR SALE 20 Percent off on all our I Single Pants. OSLY A FEW LEFT. WANT TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR spring;stock THAT is dai ly com...

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. — 16 February 1901

J) y u-x- V L. - I THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. MORT L. BIXLER.. .. ...;.;Edltor MUBSCBIPTIOXS: Per Week ....i. .10 Per Month 40 BEAUMONT. TEX., FEB. 16, 1901. LAW RELATING TO ' PIPS LINES. There has been some discussion about a pipe line bill, which said to have been Introduced at the present session of the legislature, and which Is also said to have been killed In the committee. The Enter prise has no knowledge of such a bill, but has been informed that it made all pipe lines n the state com mon carriers. Some people are under the Impression that there is no law relating to pipe lines. This Is due to the fact hat they have not read The Dally Enterprise, which has printed everything relating to oil that could be found in the statutes. For the benefit of readers who are Interested in oil, we again print the law relat ing to oil corporations: Section 1. Any number of persons not less than three may organize themselves into a corporation for the purpose of storing transporting, buy ing and 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. — 16 February 1901

MM i fill! NATHAN'S E 1. READY-TO-WEAR DRESS SKIRTS. Plain, black brilliantine Sun Skirts made with flare effect, good lininor, velvet bind ing only S2.95. Same as above with sat in trimming only 83 50. Black Crepon Skirts, plain and flare effect, new designs, only 3.50. Black tigurtd Brijliantine Dress Skirts at 1. Black Silk figured Brilliantine Dress Skirts at 2.25. Black Taffetta Silk Skirts trimmed with ribbon, new styles, only 85 90. Black taffetta Silk Skirt, handsomely tucked and hemstitched, value 12.00, Nathan's price only 8'J.OO.. Nathan Sells It For Less. I ' I Before Stock Taking To induce our patrons to buy a nice up-to-date, handsomely designed Dinner Set, we will offer a TEN PER CENT DIS COUNT SALE to continue the entire week. As you are well aware, our prices are standard one price to all, cheap for cash. Fair dealing, our motto. We control twelve patterns of French, English and American desigii3. Selections are new. COUNTER RACKET STORE, I CROCKETT STREET. PHONE 12...

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. — 16 February 1901

of Phone 140. 4Mniiiiiniiiimii- Done Up! a applied to laundry work should not mean mangled beyond recogni tion or hopelessly ruined. "Don up" in connection with laundering aa .we do It means satisfactorily washed, - starched and Ironed," nothing la ilb bons, ever article intact, prompt de: livery, reasonable price. Beaumont Steam Laundry llllllllllll lllllllll II II I The Best of " r. 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 For Udies 1 M 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. Peter Raspers and wife to Mrs. C. J. Gayland, tract 2 and 3, range 69; Port Arthur .Land company -auryey; lota 7 and 8. block S3. Port Arthur; consideration 10O. " - William R. Thurmond, trustee, to L. E. lalllaferro, lot U. block 105. Port Arthur; consideration, $328. Same to same, lot 18. "block 101; consideration J310. Same to sa...

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 February 1901

1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 E SELL FEED. J. 5. QORDON A CO. r. &. Gordon & Co., All telephone ring for fVed 'Phone Noi 82. Call for 8a. 74 v X.J V4 4 Ullllll lllllllll lllllll t ESTABLISHED 1889 . R. M. MOTHNER, Tlje Popular Jeifieler. Crockett Street W. A. Ward's OIL. LANDS (Suburban Property.) 25 acres of the J. vV. Bullock sur vey, 1-2 miles northeast from the Lucas Oil Well. $300 per acre. 2 acres on Collier's Ferry Road. 3 mies north of Beaumont, $150. 100 acres William" A. Allen surrey, 3 1-2 miles northeast from the Lucas gusher, ia Orange county; $20 per acr " . 160 acres 5 miles northeast from Lucas well, In Orange county; $10.50 pe: acre. 640 acres 8 miles northeast from Lucas well. In Orange county; $7.50 per acre.- 320 acres, west half section 6, in Jefferson county, 1-2 miles south west from Pine Island station, choice rice land, under canal and good pros pective oil land; $25 per acre. 160 acres 1 1-2 miles east from Sour Lake station; 8 miles southeast - fr...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 26 February 1901

THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. IIIIIHIIIIIHIHmttillltKt44fHl)WNMt( NEW SPRING G00D& BEAUMONT. TEX... FEB. 25, KM; BUBSCBIPTIOXSi Per Week .10 Far Month .40 BEAUMONT, TEX., FEB. 26, 180;. A PERNICIOUS PRECEDENT. At the recent convention of the National Live Soock association at salt Lane cny, coionei jonn r . Hobbs. editor of the National Provis toner. In discussing the proposed an tl oleomargarine legislation, boldly carried the war Into Africa. He said that' the assaults of butter upon oie omargarine should be successfully ta- kenln national legislation It would be the forerunner of a family of per nlclous statutes which will hinder trade In more ways than one. Jt would be the precedent for the silk manufacture tfi demand that mercer lzed cotton shall not feel like or look like silk, even though the appearance and wearing value of the cotton fab ric may be heightened; the lard men may ask for the annihilation of lard lne cottolene or any other substance having the form and appearance of...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 26 February 1901

i. f New S S At 6 l-4c I La Wash Goods, New styles, new wears all priced very reason ableA few values. per yard, Dew pretty styles of dress ginghams, retail ev erywhere at 7 1-2 cents. At 10c per yard, 10 pieces of bookfold ginghams and Sea Island goods, value2 1-2 cents per yard- At 15 cents, dainty wash goods in dimities, cords and etc.,. -value 25 cents per yard. At 25 cents; the best grade of fancy ginghams, retails in the cred it stores at 35c. A complete stock () j LIQUID AIR EECTURE. ' . A liquid air demonstration odartm tion is a short visit into the fairyland of science, yet all is so thoroughly e plained that each one wonders how such an important discovery could be so simple. Nothing is advertised that Is not performed. It Is impossi ble within the limits of short space to give any adequate description of liquid aid or of the experiments that are performed. It must be seen to be appreciated. The liquid air, Its snowy vapor, and all of the remarkable ex periments can be di...

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 February 1901

BEAUMt 1 1 o ! ! ! timuiuM mW W of most est 1 - - . Done Up! ; as applied to laundry work should . not mffsn mangled beyond recognl- . Hon or hopelesslj ruined. '"Dona ap" In connection with laundering as we do It means satisfactorily ' washed, starched and Ironed, nothing la 1 lb boas, ever article Intact, prompt de ll vary, reasonable price. - Beaumont Steam Laundry. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I The Best of I Everything phone 140. T - 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. I The Store For I ilflies 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 THE IkfOKGAN CASE. Yesterday the forenoon was occu pied with, selecting a Jury and on ac count of some of the jurymen not be lnj present the task of examining the witnesses was not begun until late in the evening. Mr. Buscb, who waa one of the par ty with Furey at the time of the Kill i...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 17 July 1901

ntetprtee. VOL. 5. BEAUMONT, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1001. NO. 7S Wmlv DON'T FAI L to attend B. Deutser's I I Furniture Clearance TD T5) TS) JULY I Oth to 20th. Armour Packing Co's Cold Band Hams, Breakfast Bacon and White Label Leaf Lard are unexcelled in quality. Ask your Grocer for them. f E. N. Brown, Wholesale Agent. Feed Prices are too unsettled. Can't quote prices for a few days. Only one place for Feed. Telephone 8a. J. I II ft IP 1 Had Been Running In Regular Chinese Fashion. Stronghold Located Over a Sa loon on Crockett Street. A bop joint that would compart favorably with one In a much larger city baa been discovered In Beao- mont. W. O. Reddiek, policeman in the tenderloin district, tius been on the trail of cocaine fiends for some time and made tbe raid last night when they were least expecting it. He had located the Joint but was awaiting an opportune time, when the proprietors and supporters of the joint could be run in at one and the same time. Last night they had...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 17 July 1901

IN TUi: M.KCTKICAL WORl.ll. i Submarine Sik"1! K Of the recently exploited ) sit m of tuhmarine k'gnullmg, the ucceful de 1 11011 traiioii of m liuh market) the last day in llif career of the di-.liiiaui.linl t-lrririral inventor, l'rofe.ur Uulia Gray, il ha been al llial "il endw those who iloun In ihe s a in fchipt villi a new irn" A submerged bell struck electrically at one nation can Ik? Juard through the electrical receiver ( submerged from the deck of the ktraui. cr) at a distance of twelve mile in en sea. Even at twelve mile the sound re ceived is sufficient to Rive a practicable 'warning signal. In operating tint ys lent seven keys connected by wire are laced on a kryhoard similar to that of a typewriter. The message is spelled out on these keys arccording to a pre arranged system. The simplest mode of hearing these submerged bell signals on lioard ship is to go Mow into the hold of the vessel, as close to the keel a pos fcihle. and simply listen without any ap paratus whate...

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. — 17 July 1901

in mi ES.BAZAAR .PECOAL SALI g ENTIRE WEEK! I Millinery and Ladies Furnishings' NoLStereotyped Summer Sale, But Keai Bargains. EXTRACT FROM FORTHCOMING of American 15 Jfuts the choictxt creations of the art; regular price $16 this week. . . . 12 Hate both dainty and desirable; regular price $12.00 this week NOTE THE FOLLOWING: 4.50 6.00 1K I Lit swell shaves, vr overly mil- linered; regular price $8; this week.. 20 Hats pretty and vp-to-date; reg ular price $5 this week 4.50 3.00 r Also all our $4, $3 and fa Hats we will sacrifice for a mere song of a price. We offer 200 Sailors and Shirt Waist nats ai low est prices ever made in the city. Don't buy until you have inspected this stock and noted the gen uine bargains offered, ice iwr a iiicic sung v. f .vw. t Ladies Bazaar. I 4 kX THERE'S LUCK for horseshoe finders and buyers of our carriages. Strength, lightness, steel springs, upholstered seats, pneumatic tires, beauty in design, richness in decora tion, an ideal comfort on the roa...

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. — 17 July 1901

-a ft h-- 'I BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. BUY YOUR J-l-'BUsUEO Y UEAUMON'T r.NTEIU'RISK PUB LISIUNG COMPANY. I.antilum BuilJing, BEAUMONT TEXAS MR liT Ij 1.1 X MJ A-M lt Mm A A A W v Shingles, Sash, Doors ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. One Vtar 5 Six Month. ,aS and Blinds, Three Momhs Simile Copy S eenti . raw. Wrtkly Iue One Dollar Per Year. Telephone 9 3 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, JULY 17. 1901. PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. Tb public, and eipecially patroni of the Daily Enterprise, are hereby notified that torn tad after this date, w have old the entire lubacription liat of thia paper to W. D. IL Owena, and Uiat all bills for subscription arc payable to him. Beaumont Enterprise Publishing Co. May 39, 19I. SUBSCRIBERS BY MAIL To the Beaumont Daily Enterprise arc notified that from this date all papers will be discontinued at end of lime jwi'l lor. The date of each suhscrption'a ex piration is printed on thf wrapper with the name. So, if you wish to continue your subscription send in yoi'r renewal money at once. C...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 17 July 1901

0' i CSTABUSHCD 1889 1 R. M. MOTHNER, f Tfte Popular s Crockett Street, f W.F. si. McFADDIN Vioo-lraUat. .1 II IIII IK OF iOIL CJPITIl STOCI 1QO.OOQ.00 OTPS M PnQllflOeU PI01118 ITS.000 SuKang drawn on all ths principal eititt of the world Want Advertisements "MWroake a peciaity ot pur ' cream ery butter. It you are laatldloua try Jt .-grainy and aweet. 8. LEDERER. WANTED. Large bodies timber lands, saw mils, tram roads, etc. L. J. Kopke, over Postoffice, Beaumont, Tex. 7-6-ira FOR RENT. At Mrs. Edwards', 1122 Calder avenue, two rooms. One suitable for two gentlemen, the other for single occuoant. References required. 7-0-wp FOR RENT. Two nicely furnished up stair rooms 797 Magnolia ave. y'Q-w FOR RENT. One nicely furnished front room. 1207 Laurel Ave. 7-10-wp FOR SALE. Three Jersey cows, one giving 2 gallons, one 2 1-2 gallons and one 3 1-2 gallons per day; apply to S. B. Smith, back of Reliance. 7-10-tf TEETH FILLED without pain where NERVE QUI-E-TUS is used to kill the nerve. DR....

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 17 July 1901

JHE NEW BUREAU OK PORRE3TRY On the nrl of July tba Division of forestry and three other aclentinc division of the United glutei Depart went of Acrit'ulturo re advanced to bureau. Thli was provided for by tbe last -ion of tiiugreiw, whirl) ap propriated for I lie trkpentt-s of Uim Itu rtau of Forestry duriug it first year $185,440. The appropriation for ,I,H Division of Kortbtry durlnic lb) )''jr just Mided was los.WO. p'or lb year ls'.K-!i! 11 wan IJK.S.'U. Tbeno flitiue kbuw bow rapidly Urn foreht work of thii Kovci niii' nl baH x- jiii mil (I of late aud alnu bow wi ll it ha commended luelf t cuDKn-aa. There wuh u t liit when tin' practical value of tbe sileutific luvcatlKulioriH carried on by the government wuh not fully understood and farmers were In clined to think that tha money spent on experlmeut Htationa and chemlml laboratories wan of littlu benefit to them. Now the case la very different Tho improvement In agriculture duo to the work of the department bav In creased the v...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 17 July 1901

o i a 1 ii 1 1 ii i ii it inn mil him S. M. SOOTT, ALEX W. Charter Members Beaumont Oil Exchange. 1 8. i. scon INVESTMENTS IN OIL STOCKS. Oil, Rice and Timber Lands in Texas and Louisiana. Office In Croaby MOUSE. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it CIU EagUser b.. j. KopKE. PRoeil ESstette -Agont. Oil lands and leasei, rice, fruits, vegetable, tobacco, timber and grazing lands, city and suburban property, bought, sold and exchanged i also, oil stock. K you want quick sales, list your property with me, as ray knowledge of the ountry and facilities (or handling real estate are unsurpa8ed. Maps, plans, tracings and blue prints furnished on short notice; also surreys, estimates and superintendence for any englueeriug proposition. Have five engi neers employed, one an eipert draughtsman. Po5t Office Building-, Crockett St., Beaumont, Texas. P. 0. Box, 164. Telephone: Office, 416 1-3. Residence, 416 i-a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 HARDIN I COUNTY; t:C Any ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 17 July 1901

o Dr. O. S. Hodges, PracUoa Umltad to alaaaaaa of ay, r, rwa ud throat Offloa hours a a. m. to 1 p. nu, and from S ot I K m. V. BlancbatU buUdlnf, rooms II and II. -m m m m m 9 9 i , LEDERER, Our Large Stock Of Furniture has arrived. We cn now offer solid oak bedroom suits from f 1ft ui Fine Golden oak china closets from 115 up. Ladies' Iiotkern from tl up. We have the larpent stock of High Iioll Top and Flat Top Dewks in East Texan, at astonishingly low prices. Wo carry the best and cheapest line of Hefrigerators, Double and Single Iron and Wooden lledsteuds, in fact our stock is too large and our barjruins too numerous to mention hero. We invite you to get our prices before purchasing. BEAUMONT. TEXAS. MART a RAT. M. O., Womeo'a and CnUdrea'e DUeaa a Specialty. Oraduata from Cla Und Homeopathic College. Offlco Hours: 10 to II a. m. and t to 4 p. m. 288 Plna atroet. S H.O. ctephone 47. D.H. Hardy. Ox Secretary of State.) ft Utorrjeys at lam, BEAUMONT, TEXAS. Special Attention to CH...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 22 July 1901

nterpc cotton seed Jtooi si.40 Per ioo iiisl I Mua end ftiiei & 2 seed. 1 i t rnonnv i rn I. 0. uunuun o uu. 1.0, uinuua o w. a BEAUMONT. TEXAS, .MONDAY, JULY S3, 1001. NO. 70 VOL. 0. TO -1 " k ... - - V . .v,,:'?"" f J) 7 (I 5 2 1!! ft DON'T FAIL to see the full line -of Artj, SI I.) s Squares at B. Deutser's Furniture Store WEEK. s 1 1 I - THIS 1) SB i We Don't Wan E'VFB EENf to Be Unduly T J x. Tllin Vnnl insistent. IGlllllf) iuht repeatedly about; the Merits of our; Wares. But we believe we are doing you a service in keeping you posted on stationery matters. This week we beg to call your attention to some of the handsome novelties for summer in paper and envelopes to match in appro prlate boxes. We are headquirters for any thing in the office, and stationery supply line E. SZAFIR, & STATIONER Phone 409 I COR.., 1 ONE MONTH! r.iinttttt T We will close out our entire stock of Men's and T Boys' Clothing at the greatest sacrifice prices ever 2 seen in Beaumont, as our buyer ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 22 July 1901

ESTABLISHED 1889 R. M. MOTHNER, He Popular Jeoieler. Crockett Street, W. .DAVIDSON. W.P. tit cipiui stock 5ioo.ooo.oo xkang drawn on alt the prindnal cititt Want Advertisements WANTED. Largo bodies timber lands, saw mils, tram roads, etc. L. J. ECopke, over Postoflke, Beaumont, Tex, 7-6-ira FOR SALE. Three Jersey cows, one giving 2 gallons, one a I -a gallons and one 3 i-a gallons per day; apply to S. B. Smith, back of Reliance. 7-io-tf TEETH FILLED without paio where NERVE QUI-E-TUS Is used to kill the nerve. DR. PERKINS, den tist. WESTERN RANCHES. If you have made enough money out of oil to buy a choice ranch see L. J. Kopke, over P. O., he has them in sizes to suit 7-6-im. WANTED. To know the address of N. J. Routh. Address Mrs. E. R. Whit ney, McFaddin Flats. 7-"93tp DR. MILES 0. PERKINS Dental office, corner Pearl and Fannin SU high grade dentistry. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED AND MUST MAKE ROOM FOR OUR FALL STOCK, NO MATTER WHAT THE COST, HENCE OUR LOSS "WILL BE YOUR GAIN. COME EARLY A...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
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