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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 22 July 1901

ii Al E BAZAAR. a PEDAL SALI ENTIRE WEEK! I Millinery and Ladies Furnishings' .1 if ii I iNOLotereoiypea summer saie, dui neai Bargains, j 15 Hats the choicest creations of the art; regular price f 15 thit week. . . . 12 Hats both dainty and desirable: regular price $12.00 thit week NOTE THE FOLLOWING: 4.50 6.00 15 Hat swell thapee, properly tnil littered regular price $8; thit wetk.. 20 Hate pretty and up-to-date; reg ular price (5 this week 4.50 3.00 Also all our $4, $3 and fa Hats we will sacrifice for a mere song of a price. We offer 300 Sailors and Shirt Waist Mats at low est prices ever made in the city. Don't buy until you have inspected this stock and noted the gen uine bargains offered, Ladies Bazaar. THERE'S LUCK for borsethoe finders and buyers I our carriages. Strength, Ii?h1ness, steel springs, upholstered seats, pneumatic tires, beauty in design, richness in decora tion, an ideal comfort on the road, are a few of the many merits of our pleasure vehi cles. Driving, the ...

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. — 22 July 1901

ill BUY YOUR ri'BMSIUD v BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE PUB m LISHIXG COMPANY. Lansham Building. BEAUMONT TEXAS, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Blinds, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $4 5 Our Entire Stock Of Six Month $J 5 Three Months t ao Single Copy 5 cents Weekly Inue One Dollar Per Year. Telephone oj BEACMONT, TEXAS, J ULY 22 , 1901 THE GROWTH OF BEAUMONT. The City Is Extending Into the Sub urbs and the Suburbs are Broaden ing Out Along the Pictures que Neches. In order to get an idea of the growth of Beaumont, one muat stroll or drive through the principal streets Into the suburbs. In every direction new buildings are going up, especially In the southern and southwestern part of the city. These Improvements extend along Pearl street, Orleans and Sabine streets, and the Intersecting streets, as far as the city limits, and beyond. The suburbs, for at least two jnilcs beyond the city limits, are grow lng, and many fine residence buildings and cottages have recently been built .and are under cou...

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. — 22 July 1901

, nt(y 2J 33DESIjinNrQESKrT LIST Report of Land and Town Lots Assessed on the Tax Rolls of the City of Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas, for the year 1900, which are delinquent for Taxes of 1900. Returned by Wm, P. Sutton, City Tax Assessor and Collector. OWNER jAb, W. H. Aldridge f W. II. Aldridge I V. H. Aldridge I W. H. Aldridg j W. H. Aldridge V. H. Aldridge V. H. Aldridg j W. H. Aldridge I V. H. Aldridge I W. H. Aldridge f John Anderson Wm. Anderson., Albert Andrus Mrs. C. Bardon I Jacob Bardon C. W. Barfleld... Will Bean A. Blllar Olivia Blanchette E. M. Benton Frank Bonura Braun Bros ii. Broocks., Ferry Broussard bullit Heirs Cbas. Burks Chas. Caigles I Green Carter Cheatham & Syley M. Cohen . Walter Conklin j John Cooper S. B. Cooper j Frank Cruse Joe Cuchla... J. F. Cumminss I W. A. Davis I Mrs. E. M?" Durham Alfred Eastham '. I J. H. Eastham....: Ben Eckhoff ...j Lawrence Everett....... James Fornie Will French ..... Taylor Galnor .. Wilson Galnor Wm. Galller Mrs. Car...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 22 July 1901

A T i - , i- OWNER Ab, Adolp Toole E. C. Tope I P. K .Powers j J. W. Proctor Aba Pryor Mr. A. C. Racliford Pan K I lui r g Amanda Itouorts Charles Roberta J. 'J. Ryan j Jas. Sajip 1 O. M. Shtlton 1 Mrs. Salllo Smith T. M. and Mary E. Smith j 'Vm. Smith j Willis Smith Henry Starken j S. K. Stone S. K. Stone I J. P. Tcmpleton J .W. Thomas j Sam ThompklnB Minda Talmer I Sam Watson A. D. Weaver I Carney White I Mary White I Tom Williams J. C. Woodfln 1 Mrs. Maud Littleton Lots No. 379 384 1 7 11 ,. .. 0, , Ml 25 27 28 . 80l 65 9&f W 7-25 94 157 158 193 1941 4 195l l l 5 l 71 8J "I 1C . 2 34 2 12 13 " . 9I - 12 ; 8 11 12 . 101 91 12) I 3' l 'l l 13 "I l'l 32 1V 1 1 l 4l l 'I N l N l 10 l l l fit 11 HI 2 l l i l 12 icj ill Ml lj T' 1 . ! t DELINQUENT TAX LIST. Continued from Page 6, Nol ORIGINAL GRANTEE ACRESLou No 6 David Brown I ii I l IS'lat TirzV I 341 I l8j ... J f. 26. 27.31,32,S3 & David Brown I 3-.M I . . I "to l" n3-114i - . i i mtl 114 1111 ! I IS Jaj. Drake I i ! I?lVk ...

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. — 22 July 1901

I 1 1 II 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 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H o m n ruvivn r rv iir 111 ID T A 1 lrTJl ? k T? V I Charter Member! Beaumont Oil tucnanfe. 3 ! 1 8. i son uliy INVESTMENTS IN OIL STOCKS. COMPANY Oil, Rice and Timber Lands in Texas and J Louisiana. Office In Crosby HOUSE. BEAUflONT, TEXAS t III! I II I II I IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMHHIIIIM -Civil EiflaMr Birvtyor IRoeil Elstetto Agent. Oil leads ud leases, rice, frulU, vegetable, tobacco, timber and grazing lauds, clt? aad suburban property, bought, aold and exchanged t also, oil ttock. If you want quick aalea, Hat your property with me, aa my knowledge of the -country and facllltlea for handling real estate are unsurpassed. Maps, plans, tracings and blue prints furnished on abort notice i also surreys, ai stlmates and superintendence for any engineering proposition. Have five engl O taeers employed, one an expert draughtsman. Post Office Building, Crockett St.. Beaumont, Texas. P. 0. Box, 164....

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 22 July 1901

Dr. O. S. Hodges, Practlc limited to diseases of aye. S. LEDERER, BEAUMONT, TEXAS2 A THOROUGH INSPECTION of our large aaeortineat of eracatn, biscuit and wafers will confines the most eiacUng that ws safe tus cbol tot and best ajMtortmJnt of tne dcJDly foods to select from, both Id packages tod loose. Too will Bod at a1; time the dowit fooda at Uit low K.I prices at r, nose and throat Office hours u a. m. to 1 p. m-i and tram ot . m. V. BlaschetU building, rooms 19 and II. MARY B. RAY, M. D., Women's and Children's Disease a Specialty. Gradual from Cleve land Homeopathic College. Offlse Hours: 10 to It a. an. and I to p. m. 268 Pine street. Dr. J. JETT PI Eves Tested Free! THE GREAT SFAD )W TEST. 'I 'UfM: DARK i Vg gS j NEEDED. I we the latent and mast up-to-dats nclentlilc hiHtruimtutH for properly correct- Ilia any dufect l:i vIhIoii. fall now. No II now. No W. 255 Pearl Street, KiXt to Now Government 1'obionicc. All work Kunran tied, hpecial grinding done. in Rnoi'c coai Rinvps A...

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. — 23 July 1901

- tttetptse.. ! (A I soronum ond aniet I I M 1 fcj J. S. GORDON I CO. 1 conon seed isoi ft JWO Par 100 ids. I i : J, l GORDON S CO. !:: BEAUMONT, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1001. NO. 77 VOL. 5. I 1 f 1 i it DON'T FAIL to see the full line of Art Squares at B. Deutser's Furniture Store . . T HIS WEEK.f i Commission Uniformed on Inter, state Rate. Duped the Post Correspondent at Austin to Protect their Position. AffE'VFiB EENf Telling You repeatedly about the Merits of our Wares. We Don't Wan to Be Unduly InQiQtftnt. Bat we believe we are doing you a service Id 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 priate boxes. We are headquarters for any thing in the office, and stationery supply line E. SZAFIR, Mm iiva.inr Phone 409 MAIlUnCK 5 W will clone out oar entire stock of Men's and Z Boys' Clothing at the greatest sacrifice prices ever -X seen in Beaumont, as our b...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 July 1901

WRITING I oO MILES AWAV. Arthur Goodrich In The World Work. A nat-hiu thai will convey niri age In the writing of the sender, so that (be rueivtr read a fi a the render writ- even though they are apamd bundled of tulle, would cer tainly All a diatim t and valuable field. And the perfected telautograph" U simple of construction and apparently durable. A common pencil held by tee rod, mbkh bava (be appearance of an old time well aweep wbnn at work, la used to write (be iutae, and by tbe varying force of (be current used In tbe different position! tbe pen rll takea In writing tbe word, draw-int- pen. held In a precisely almilar manner, automatically duplicate tbe writing at the recelver'a end. Tbe Instant tbe pencil la pressed upon tbe -writing surface electrical connection la made and tbe pen at tbe receiver la drawn donwto tbe paper. By electric ity, too, the paper la made to elide aloof Into place for a new message uniformly with the paper on tbe transmitting Instrument. Tbe various...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 July 1901

M it m PEC1AL SALI ENTIRE WEEK! inery and Ladies Furnishings' NoJ Stereotyped Summer Sale, But Real Bargains. A JUL ! Mill 15 Jlats the choicest creations of the art; rtgulur price $15 this week. . . . NOTE THE FOLLOWING 4.50 15 Jlats atcell shapes, properly mil linered; regular price $8; this xceek.. 12 Hats both dainty and desirable; regular price (12.00 this week 6,00 20 Hats pretty and up-to-date reg ular price $5 this week 4.50 3.00 r Also all our $4, $3 and $2 Hats we will sacrifice for a mere song of a price. We offer aoo Sailors and Shirt Waist Hats at low est prices ever made In the city. Don't buy until you have Inspected this stock and noted the gen uine bargains offered, Ladies Bazaar. 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 road, are a few of the many merits of our pleasure vehi cles. Driving, the true na tion...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 July 1901

( $ S (3h- 9 6- a g g g BUY YOUR MM 11 QEAL'MONT ENTERPRISE PUB- LISJIING COMPAKV. Labium Building, L u BEAUMONT TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Shingles, Sash, Doors and Blinds, SPECIALS One Year 4-5 Six Month! $S Three Month... '. I Sini'le Copy 5 nti WwWy iMiie One Dollar Per Year. It flliNI HUM. 9 1 f Telephone 931 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, jULVl. 1901. SUBSCRIBERS BY MAIL To the Beaumont Daily Enterprise are notified that from this data all papers will be discontinued at cod of lime pci'J for. The date of each sultscrption's ex- piration is printed on th. wrapper with the same. So, if you wish to continue your subscription send in yorr renewal maovey at once. Li Phone! 283 or 174. t i i a i a a ft-" To Stockholders of Gober 'Oil Co. PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. The public, and especially patrons of the Daily Enterprise, are hereby notified that from and after this date, we have old the entire subscription list of this paper to W. D. M. Owens, and that all bills for subscription are payable to Vim....

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 July 1901

(I ESTABLISHED 1889 R. M. MOTHNER, He Popaiar Jectteleiv I I Crockett Street, Want Advertisements ANTE D. Large bodies timber Undi, saw mill, trim roads, etc. L, J. Kopke, over Fostothce, ueaumoni, ic. star SAT.E. Three Jersey cows, one giving gallons, one a l-a gallons and one 3 I -a gallons per day; apply to S. B. Smith, back of Reliance. 7-lQ-tf TEETH FILLED without pain where NERVE QUI-E-TU3 U usd to kill the nerve. DR. PERKINS, den- tut. WESTERN RANCHES. If you have made enough money out of oil to buy a choice ranch see L. J Kopke, over P. 0., he has them in sizes to suit. . 7-6-im. 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 AND GET HE CHOICE. GENUINE BARGAINS ALL WEEK AT FEINBERG'S CLEARANCE SALE WANTED, A few more table board ers at Mrs. Hodges, 1185 Sabine street, corner Franklin. t-ao-zt FOR RENT Cool, ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 July 1901

ADDRESS OF D. R. BEATTY 01 Beaumont, Texas, At Cripple Creek. Colorado, Subject : The pari fuel oil will pity in ihe industrial development ami Com mercial development of the Snuihwest. Mr, I're.idcnt, Ladie ami (ientlenun cf ihe Conyre..: Few discovert of trial natural wealth have attracted the attention tli.it was givtn the fiudiuu of oil in tiiorinoiii (jiiaiilitie. at Beaumont, Colorado ha. li.nl a ta-te of this mar viloiu development as has been illus. tlie asphalt khiped front Trinidad which rontaint a great quantity of vegetable I formations and is the cause of the defects in the asphalt now being used on our it reels. This discovery of oil is in the heart of a rountry that has heretofore lacked cheap furl, fur the nearest gnod roal to us was in Alabama and the Indian Ter ritory, We could not grow m an indus trial way hecau-e furl was too liich, but the discovery of one day transferred u fruiii the hiulirst to the chrapest f'lel renter in America, and I wish to jay to the peo...

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. — 23 July 1901

41 III If llltll Ill Mill T DAlOWa, AUU W. JUAAB, J, A. WUViviwww T Charter Members Beaumont Oil Excitant. 1 8. I HOT REALTY 1 INVESTMENTS IN OIL STOCKS. Oil, Rico and Timber Lands in Texas and .Louisiana. Office In Crosby HOUSE. BGAUnONT, TEXAS IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII llllll III llllllllllllll Civil Eaflaaar Sarrtor Fteol ECsteit Agent OU lands and leases, rice, traits, vegetable, tobacco, timber and grating landi, city and suburban property, bought, told and exchanged j also, oil stock. If you want quick aalea, Hat your property with me, aa my knowledge of the country and facilities for handling real eatate are unsurpassed. Maps, plana, tracings and blue prints furnished on abort notice t alao aunreya, estimates and superintendence for any engineering proposition. Have fle engU aeere employed, one an expert draughtsman. Post Office Building, Crockett St., Beaumont, Texas. P. O. Box, 164. Telephone: Office, 416 1-3. Residence, 416 10 Jllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllll...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 July 1901

Dr. O. S. Hodges, A THOROUGH INSPECTION 8 8 LEDERER, Practice limited to dlaeaaea of 7. r. noM and tnroat Offlca hours a a. m. to 1 p. m.. and from I ot . u. V. BUccbetts building, room lit aad II. BEAUMONT. TEXAS. of our large assortment of cracktrs, f biaculta and wafers will convince the MARY a RAY. M. D., . Women's and Children Disease a Specialty. Graduate from Cleve land Homeopatblo College. Offlc Hours: 10 to II a. . and 1 to p. m. 2S8 Fine street. moat exacting that we have the cbol- Mt and beml aaaortmont of toe I dclnty fooda to select from, both la package! and iooae. You will dad at a'l tlonea the fluent fooda at Uie low .t prlctn at Dr. J. JETI PI I.00RD0N. I OfllCt and CM STORE. 40? Habina I A.. Cor, liufbrd. Iteatdeuce-ttlS 1'arb kit. l'hone 10 s Eves Tested Free! THE GREAT SHAD)V TEST. NO DARK ROOM NEEDED. I use tliu latest audmunt un-to-duts sclentlllc Instruments fur properly correct- mg any uoiuct lu vision, tall now. No charge for examination 255 Pearl Street, Ne...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 24 July 1901

ntctmi 1 cxncn seed aa 1 I 1 U CCRDOl J CO. JMOPeHOOlK. 1 1 1 CORDON X CO. VOL. fl. 11EAUMONT, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, JULY U4, 11)01. NO. 78 '0 s: (I i DON'T FAIL to see the full line of Art Squares at B. Deutser's Furniture Store S WEEK. 11 (I ! ?, i 0 THl If You're Tired Of Flirting with various kind, and qualities of stationery and stationers, and want to settle down to the real . i . V. im ahMlM Ih. fHt. est variety in allthe correct styles of correspond ence stationery er displayed In East Texas. Our 35 and 50 cent boxes can't be duplicated for less than 50 and 75 cents. Call to be convinced your self. Full and complete line of all the latest and and most popular Doom. Reduced Priced Prevail. Phone 409. SZAFIR. Stationer. ii ONE MONTH ! We will close out our entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing at the greatest sacrifice prices ever Keen in Beaumont, as our buyer has gone North for an immense Fall Stock. These goods must fro; call early. The Chicago Store, f Bowie and Main St, jy...

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. — 24 July 1901

GREAT FIRES OF HISTORY. TO SPEND $11,000 IN PENNIES. Most Calamitous Conflagration in the Chicago Record-Herald, Old and New World.. Elk from the copepr country of Lake Th. ..1.1 u..ri.r raiamiiniK fire ' Suorrior nromise to leave a long, red wa that which tok place in London in trait behind them at the annual gather 1666. which det roved buildings, tug at Milwaukee tliu week. laid the ktrteu waste, and rendered aoo.- F.ighty of them, all big copper men. 000 persons lioiiitlcs. the l f life have fixed up a design whereby they de being 1,000 an dthat of property $40,000.. sign trouble for the entire city of Mil 000 Moscow' conllagration in i8ij waukee. Not one of them wil Ispcn 1 vonnumed 8,000 of the city's 10.000 build jugs, competing 30,000 of the city's in habitants to sleep on the ground, des troyed 300 lives and $10,000,000 of prop eny, and had political consequence which affected the history of Europe. It brought Bonaparte's Russian cam paign to disaster, caused a retreat in t...

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. — 24 July 1901

DOB una PEDAL SAL ENTIRE WEEK! inery and Ladies Furnishings' NoJ Stereotyped Summer Sale, But Real Bargains. Mill n NOTE THE FOLLOWING 15 Nats the choicest creations of the k CO art; regular price f!5 this week. . . . vTiU U 12 JIats loth dainty and desirable; regular price $12.00 this week 6,00 15 JIats swell shapes, properly mil linered; regular price $8; this week., 20 Hats pretty and up-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 sons of a price. we offer a 00 Sailors and Shirt waist Hats at low est prices ever made In the city. Don't buy until you have Inspected this stock and noted the gen uine bargains offered, Ladies Bazaar. ,OS S S S S S S f 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 road, are a few of the many merits of our pleasure vehi cles. Driving,...

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. — 24 July 1901

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE BUY YOUR aEAL'MON'T EN'TERPRISK PUB LISHJNG COMPANY. Lans'.um Buildinir. UEAUMON'T TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Ytar $4 5 Six Month! S"5 Three Monthi " Single Copy $ centi Weekly Isne One Dollar Per Year. Telephone 93 BEAUMONT, TKXAH. jlLYIi. 1901 SUBSCRIBERS BY MAIL To the Beaumont Daily Enterprise are notified that from this date all papers will be discontinued at cod of utne pi for. The date of each suliscrpUoo ex piration is printed on the wrapper with the same. So, if you wish to continue your subscription send in yarr renewal .enoney at once. PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. The public, and especially patrons of the Daily Enterprise, are hereby notinea that from and after this date, we have told the entire subscription list of this caoer to W. D. M. Owens, and that all bills for subscription are payable to 'turn. Beaumont Enterprise Publishing Co. ' May 39, "9'. WEATHER FORECAST. East Texas Local showers Wcdnes - day and probably Thursday. Louisiana Thunderstor...

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. — 24 July 1901

I R. M. MOTHNER, .8 He Popaiar Jecaeler. Crockett Street, Want Advertisements "W ANTE D. Urge bodies timber lands, uw mill, tram roads, etc. L. J. Kapke, over Postorace, Beaumont, lex. 7-o-ini n FOR SALE. Three Jeney cowa, one giving t gallons, one a 1-3 gallons and one i i- gallons per day; apply to S.) B. Smith, back of Reliance. 7-10-tl TEETH FILLED without pain where NERVE QUI-E-TUS Is used to kill the nerve. DR. PERKINS, den ttat. WESTERN RANCHES. If you have made enough money out of oil to buy a choice ranch see L. J. Kopke, over P. 0., he has them in sizes to suit. 7-6-im. DR. MILES 0. PERKINS DentaJ offloe, corner Pearl and Fannin Sta.; 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 AND GET HE CHOICE. GENUINE BARGAINS ALL WEEK AT FEINBERG'S CLEARANCE SALE FOR RENT Furnished room at the Haydon House, Port Arthur, Tex. 7-22-W FOR RENT Cool, furnished room for gentlemen. South...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 24 July 1901

-STANDARD" GETTING IN. ffbe Big Tru.i Gives the Lo An.le Oil JtUrUt VoiU Wtiitrn Oil New. Alibou.h the Standard Oil Company (helmed to j)urchae or distribute the iiitire ouijmi of the Lo Aii.tlt. imu that company i. now hij..ing oil from there to Sa Francisco. The lir.t intnt made la.t being loaded cn the .uanur George Loonii. from the ' Standard'" tank at Kidmido Uracil. The strainer took on 6.5w barrt-U he iig iprd from the tank recently built ty the Standard Oil Coni.any at that j.oint. The oil H lii.id from the inter iur by rail to Ktd..ndo lUaih an-l held in ihe storage tank nntil the company U' ready to hii it to San Franri-co, or where it may have a market lor tne crime urodili't. f the home consumption of ! An t-tles count v oil readies the expectation of the pres of Southern California and the Standard Oil Company continue, to purchase or control a portion of the out put as it certainly will there will not be .0 great a surpluj that it cannot be readily disposed of by the O...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
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