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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 June 1899

VOL. 6. NO 40. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SAT-:AY, JUNE 17, 1899.$1.00 PER ANNUM Clothingy News That should not be missed. If you're one of the great mass of men who are looking for the very best returns for your money; if you want the i best clothes skilled tailors and good materials can produce; then to be indifferent to these announcements is worse than wasteful. $13.50, 12.50 and $10 suits for 9.75. Every spring suit included in this range of prices, including 15.00 suits for 11.95. The best $15 suits that we ever knew anything about=--=complete range of sizes E= 11.95 now for pick. $20, $18 and 16.50 suits, the top notch of good clothes, pick 'em now for 14.80. MAT'THEWS BROS, Tell-the-Truth Clothiers. I KW~f~fO^ C. A. WEATHERFORD & CO., Livery, Feed aid Sale Stable, Ferris, Texas. 8L General contractors for all kinds of team work. ^-A - . -- . ^ j $100,000 TO LOAN! 4 OMPORTANT OATEWAYS4 Loans promptly made on vendor lien notes and real estate, Low rates and easy terms. A...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 June 1899

Waco, Tex., June. 15.-The second E& ' < _ _ri__ day of the meeting of the Texas Real t FRANK EZZELL, Proprietor. Estate Dealers' association met at C .9:30 with a good attendance of mem- d ERRIS. : : : : : : TEXAS. W. B. Slosson of Houston, chairman d 'PASTURE AND FARM. of the committee on resolutions, re- I ported as a resolution a plan of action I Cotton Is beginning to bloom in for the participation of Texas in the ' many localities. I coming St. Louis world's fair. X Cotton is about two weeks behind in The resolution was discussed by Tom c iSmith county compared with last year. Richardson, Gen. Claiborne, Gov. } ; Irish potatoes in large numbers are Wheeler and others. t being shipped daily to northern and J. E. Adams of -San Antonio was call- p eastern markets. ed to the chair and President Penfield r went upon the floor to discuss the X Two cars of fat goats were shipped resolution. from Burnet to East St. Louis by R. Greenville also dis iB. Page of that county for mark...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 June 1899

i i> ^*- r 7,Thl -Tw Buria.ls. - -;New 'Richmond, Wis., June 15.; _Thirty-two new graves were made yesf~:.:^:Vf .- ;terday in the two little:. cemeteries at ',?-, i' 7 ~-opposite sides of the town. A constant :HS.'. :./ * -line of funerals passed up the streets 'a.:'-;/': -. ,all day long, thirty-two being held ,,i:.:;: ,Crom the two churches left standing. :~'-f{~ i: There is still a large number of un' buried dead, and but for the fact that a large number of coffins failed to ar.rive yesterday, the number of funerals ':J^. ~would have been close to fifty. The '4;,, .number of known dead are increased . by three-Henry Larsen, a boy; Thos. Stevens and Mrs. Joseph Brockway. The last two were injured and died yesterday. Ad, -Contrary to general expectations, no bodies were found during the day in the basement of the Williams dry .goods store. It was predicted when the work of cleaning out the debris was begun yesterday morning that at least twenty bodies were still in the cellar of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 June 1899

' Has just received a CAR LOAD of the celebrated, 5:l -1 - BAIN WAGONS, + size 2 3:4, 3 and 31=4 with bead brake and gear brake My li pen and Top Bugies,e h a Surries and Phaetons' - - ' I have a heavy line of Single and Double Buggy . + Harness, with either collar or breast strap. Plenty < of hay ties and wheat and oat sacks. Examine my 7, )o line and get prices before buying. 3 7+ Don't forget that I handle a Full Line of + 7+ Dry Goods and Groceries. 7+7 '' ^ - + 7 7'*I~~++ ~ + \ 7 7 + I, $ i.oo A Year. Published every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. AD VERTISING RATES. Locals 5c per line and display ads ,"'12bc per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or long time. H & T G Time Table. North bound. I South bound. __~~~I - - - - No. 1-5:35 p m No., 2'-10:30 a m " 3-7:26 am " 4-$;37 pm " 15-10:30 "' " 16-5:05 " FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, June 17, 1899. A great deal of nonsense and tro worse than no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 June 1899

Thr'ss No thing too Good'' ' - ' T . _ __ .. _.. . . l ,- if .Tror uur customers. ~ '~. ' l ? That was our motto when buying our new stock of 'c .. -- --DRUGS, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Perfumes, CIGARS, ETC., ' Which is therefore better than many and equal to any. Remember too, our stoek is new and when a ~['' : ' physician prescribes our medicines there will be no danger of their having lost anything from age. Don't S 1 . forget that we are here all the time and will be glad to call Drs. Tisdale and Wilson any time for any one wishing them. We. desire to open accounts with good people. All night lamp in front of our store. Come to see us and we will show you excellence of stock i and fairness of dealing. i a; sd MALLOY & COMPANY. ;/ Q ' Cassidy block, Ferris, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. W. H. Kincaid was here from India Wednesday. Dr, G. W. Lasater was here Prof. A. C. Speer paid Dallas from India Tuesday. a business visit Tuesday. Misses Clover Gibson and Hel- Mrs. Dollie House...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 June 1899

:..li:inL- ...... .i . .iM, Bl "Your cab is waiting, M.ic Blakesiee* **-' * . " "Then I must go, I suppose." "Yes, I suppose so. That was your intention, I believe." '" believe it was. There doesn't seem to be any particular reason why I 'should stay around here any lonHere he glanced at her a trifle explctantly. "No," she replied, absently, smoothing a tiny wrinkle in the coverlng of the hard little hospital bed. "Ohi, you don't think there is?" he deuT ded, fiercely, stopping in his task of buckling the straps of his army blIaket. "'Well, the doctors say there isn't," she said, and then commenced straightening the bottles on the little stand with rather nervous fingers. "Confound the doctors!" He gave a vicious and final tug to the straps, and then added: "They're a precious setthe doctors." "Why, one would think you hadn't been well treated here," she said, with rather an unsteady laugh. "Oh," exclaimed the young officer, "you've treated me well enough-just as well as you would a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 June 1899

i ; . ' -: I I I I I - I ' . . Uniue Answer. . ' - ;?(::} : In answer to "'an advertisement f a summer board, the head of a N. York family received the following given verbatim et literatim: "a i N. "-- N.Y., --- "Dear Sir::-Mamma said that s [wood like to answer this advertise 3nent but it wod be no use as we a two haurs out at a place calledN. Y., and a mile from the station a boat landing which is called- - kWe have a large place of thirty-fc acers and a large home of thirty rooms with all improents and we ha a nusery witch cood be fixed up. ' have a colladge, but I use it as a ple house as Papa connot keep a man n as he has not mutch money now a that is the reason she would take so one board never took boarders be but ma thought it wood not be 1 takin boards to have the nurse a babys as I like babys so mutcn. we he .2 cows and ma has a charriage ho witch se drives and wde cood h: Butch a good time but if you dc think you cood come so far mebbie : ~wodl know some one who wold lik...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 June 1899

, i t v . Hi * J u You may have heard about SCOTT'S EMULSION and have a vague notion that it is cod-liver oil with ::its bad taste and smell and it all its other repulsive fea0 tures. 4t is cod-liver oil, the purest and the best in the, : world, but made so palatabe that almost everybody can take it. Nearly aUl children like it and ask for froore. S CO-TT'$ looks like cream; it nourishes the wasted body of the baby, child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence. It bears about the same relation to other emulsions that cream does to milk. If you have had any experience with other so-called "just as good" preparations, you ; will find that this is a fact. The hypophosphites that are I combined with the cod-liver oil 3 give additional value to it because they tone up the nervous system ~ and impart strength to the whole t body. so 5c. and $1.00, all druggists. 5 SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. Spain's greatest need. Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spends...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 June 1899

= - $1.00 PER ANNUL r I Ii I i I 7 I II 'o thin Ne ws of I rtanc& Of importance because it tells of Clothing Bargains. No bluster, no brag===a plain sim -:( pie statement about matters that it will pay you to investigate. Time for profit make ing on most 'of these items is now in the past. A season with such an enormous busing ; ess must needs leave in its wake the remains that this store does not propose to show -a in its scock "ext season. The real cut of real prices will do the work well. (Great Cut Priees on Men's Clothing. Hundreds of Ellis county's best dressers will have cause to rejoice now, We offer you pick of our stock of spring suits at $14.80. Not a suit in this lot but that easily brought $20, 18.50 and 16.50.Pure worsteds of the best wool, cut and made in the best possible man;ner, every suit a model of general excellence, 14.80 gets pick. hundreds of Suits, 11.95 a Suit. Made of the best domestic wool cashmeres and cheviots. Right up to date in every point of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 June 1899

: TEXAS. . I.~~~~ ' T.,,5, " i;-' MI;LITA-RY:N: 'NAVAL NOTES. 0 ' :i-:'~:-'.d; -, The steamer Lelenaya; Capt. Stors, !::;: ' -~ Tfrom San Francisco May I with horses, :. ...- arrrtived at Manila. The Dallas Bugle corps has been or. - ganized, they will practice hard and prepare to give parades. Private Robert Campbell is attached to the hospital corps at San Antonio, while awaiting his discharge. In the recent engagement at Paranque three officers, of Gen. Lawton's staff, had their horses shot down under them. The survey of the cable line which is *I connect the United States and Canada by way of the Azores has been completed. Gen. Joseph Wheeler has presented Miss Helen Gould with a scrap book containing aboue 1000 articles and illustrations concerning the part that lady took in the late war. Attorney General Griggs holds that the hospital corps is not a part of the army, and that the Philippine forces may be increased by 15,000 men without calling out the volunteers. The second Or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 June 1899

r j af'^/i.^6}:ternoon, whet erI ' bndt erected e stand In front e jj yi p al^^,for President McKinle _Idai public reception. The press eScorted to the stand by a b $^^ i Of the second regiment of M ,eh&setts volunteers. The crowd B t be ;en kept back very well by met opes" '?) , ebut when the president ha( ^^ !,< eni-his position beside ex-Lieut. St, i:lliam H. Haile, the police ver :X;vWsely took down the ropes wit ^ i inevitable result-a scene of the est confusion ensued. T:: '1The Grand Army veterans wh, been lined up alongside the s ~ t';. :were the first to march up the - .to take the president's hand. "- Lieut. Gov. Haile, in his brief: .}:'; iduction of the president to the a 11;:~ .I; bled throng, said that as many as :-? ; reach the stand in the limited "; *i~: would be received by the presiden ,,iS> W~_hen the line of veterans start, , r the steps and the lines were ii:0 i: down, the rush of thousands fo steps began. It did not take lo seee the unwisdom of the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 June 1899

B ATCAR L 'h ^ flas just eceived a CAR LOAD osf the BAIN WAGONS, 'size 2 3.!4, 3 and 31=4 with bead brake and gear brake g ff-upen an4op Buggies, S urSies and. Phaetons18r ?ee /5. I have a heavy line of Single and Double Buggy larness, with either collar or breast strap. Plenty, < of hay ties and wheat and oat sacks. Examine my ^ line and get prices before buying. Don't forget that I handle a Full t Line of Dry Goods and Groceries. $ i.oo A Year. . Published every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. AD VERTISING RATES. Locals 5c per liue and display ads p2'.C per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or long time. H & T C Time Table. Nerth bound- I South bound. No. 1-5:35 p mi No. 2-10:30 a m ".3-7:26am " 4-8:37 pm "f15-10:30 " " 16-5:05 (" FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, June 24, 1899. ELLIS county's grain crop is the biggest in its history, Hurrah for Ellis county. The Ellis county summer normal opened at W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 June 1899

Thm^e's Nothi, j 'fng For Our ICustome :T^ihaat was our motto when buying our new stock of ; . ~DRUGS;~ T let Articles, Stationery, Perfumes, "'' ' ' CIGARS, ETC., .: .. 'Which-is therefore better than many and equal to. ?' any. Remember too, our stoek is new and when a i: physician prescribes our medicines there will be no : danger of their having lost anything from age. DonZt -'.~?:::" forget that we are here all the time and will be glad to :: :call Drs. Tisdale and Wilson any time for any one S:( ~ ~wishing them. We desire to open accounts with good !?: [ people. All night lamp in front of our store. Come : : ~ to see us and we will show you excellence of stock and fairness of dealing. S?:: MALLOY & COMPANY. Cassidy block, Ferris, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. Fallen of Wilmer was here Thursday. YFerris needs a bank. Mr. W. W. Bain was bitten by Ferris needs a flour mill. Ferris needs a flour mill a copperhead snake Wednesday which proved very painful, but Ferris needs a cotton see...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 June 1899

*:, *-,.,. ~-, Mr. Andrew Carnegie, who has retired from business life with something like$200,000,000 of a fortune, be::']; :/ pFlgan life as a bobbin boy in a cotton factory at Pittsburg. He had few ,'d~ ." -clothes on his back and not much 0y X a- -more of footwear than to keep his f - . 0 , toes from the stones of that then very /:( } * $1 ill paved city. A conservative estimate of what he has given away since he won fortune placed the total at not much less than $9,000,000. and he expects before he dies to distribute in philanthropy and other ways the great bulk of his fortune. He has given to Pittsburg, where he began his early struggles for fortune, to endow and support the library and art gallery $3,000,000. He has given to Braddock a , free library and buildings worth nearly half a milion. He has donated to the Johnstown Free Library$300,000; to the town of Carnegie as a fsee lil brary and for other purposes ove,- $200, 000; ho has given to the State College Xof Pennsylvani...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 June 1899

.1~~~~~~~~;, ':. ainy 't woman speaks of his eotional temperament, ; by others it is frequently called temper., . Exhits at Paris. C R 1: There-will be a large exhibit from - -this country at the Paris'exposition in ; 1900, which will prove very interesting to all, but no more so than the news ,;., that: the famous American remedy, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, will cure dyspepsia, indigestion and constipation. To all sufferers a trial is recommended. ":.?- ' ' The feeling of ennui that creeps into a love affair presages its finish. Washing Day Is relieved of much of its drudgery by the use of "Faultless Starch." Once tried, always used. Get a package from your grocer, 10c. Book of Wit and Humor free with every package. 5. Some husbands, like wine, fail to Improve with age. The Best Prescription for Chills and Fever is a bottle of GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure-no pay. Price, 50c. With some men a celebration is always in orde...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 June 1899

Ask your physi0an this question ,'What is the nt great 3 remedy for consumption ?" i He will answer, "Cod-liver g $ oil." Nine, out, of ten will ' answer the same way. ' Yet when persons have 3 8 consumption they loathe all I j fatty foods, yet fat is neces- sary for their recovery and i j they cannot take plain cod- i f liver oil. The plain oil-dis. turbs the stomach and takes j away the appetite. The dis- i I agreeable fishy odor and I I taste make it almost uneei i ! durable. What is to be done ? a This question was ans' wered when we first made t EMULSIOHN I of Cod-LiVer Oil with Hypoj phosphites. Although that was nearly twenty-five years j ago, yet it stands alone to. ! day the one great remedy for all affections of the throat s and lungs. ; The bad taste and odor have been taken away, the oil itself has been 3 partly digested, and the most sen. S sitivi stomach _.b4.s to it rarely. Not one in tenyaLake and digest ! the plain oil. Nine out of-ten can take SCOTTS EMULSION and d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 July 1899

i A'l L,. :J. '_w - FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY I. 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM :A Hundred or more Suits at But the real value and the real price was $12.50, $10, 8.50 and 7.50. The higher priced suits are the ones where the lines are broken. No complete lot of sizes in any lot, but in some of the lots there are all sizes. Every Spring Suit in lithe whole house at a big cut price now. Tan shoes are at cut prices. Straw hats are at cut prices. Negligee shirts are at cut prices. Summer Underwear is at cut prices. - The fact is, there's cut prices all over the house now. It's your loss if you buy before you come and see. Waxahachie, Hillsboro and Temple. Clenliness Is N ex 1;to-- - It Is Health. Not the surface washing of water, but the thorough purificatoin of blood and skin with the hot air and vapor bath. 7,000,000 clogged sewers throw back into the system the poisons which cause nearly every ill if your bathing only reaches the surface. LET YOUR SKIN BREATHE. LE v1il~lt~rJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 July 1899

.. .- ' RANK EZZELL, Proprietor. FERRIS. : : : : : TEXAS. TEXA.NETTES. - Terrell is to have a natatorium. Miles Wiildridge, aged 73 years, and Mrs. Frances Willaims, aged 71, were married at Crsincana. The remains of Sidney Paine, who was drowned in the Brazos near Whitney, were interred at Waxahachie. The governor has appointed W. T. Wroe of Austin a member of the board of managers of the Confederate home, ,vice W. H. Caldwell. University club of San Antonio, capital stock $10,000; purpose, to promote literature, painting and the fine arts, has filed its charter at Austin. The state tax commission will hold Its next meeting the first week in July and it is proposed to have daily sessions until the work before it is com pleted. While on horseback chasing a cow, near Clarksville, a young man named - Hawkins collided wit ha tree ,his Hawkins collided with a tree, his . w /~.,' stantly. Maggie Becknell, a young colored woman, unmarried, and her brother, Lindsay Becknell, were arrested ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 July 1899

cai gto, June 29-A censors] l ~ 'ttlhe press was declared yesterday , f l i n ifnt 'in 'hr proari an order signed by Adjt 'G E >-'''' In this order the adjutant gene -called attention of the war departmE and1 of the clerks to the fact that ne was being given out which had x -previously been approved by him, a in this concluding sentence establish . his censorship: "Under no circu .stances will newspapers be furnish any data on any subject except by flierss of the adjutant general's offl or by the secretary of war, or the a -sistant secretary of war." Great secrecy was Qbserved in the suance of the order. It was not plac on the bulletin board, but a copy it was sent to each officer and clear with verbal instructions to keep it E -cret. it'i: In his overzealous endeavors to ca ' . :ry out Gen. Corbin's instructions keep the order secret, Chief Cle Thiau tore to pieces a copy which h, ;; been secured by a correspondent. * The order issued by 'Gen. Corb goes farther in the endeavor t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 July 1899

V a g o nsr Wxi~ isl A7~ . t7+:V BATCHLFER :{',: : - + :Has just received a CAR LOAD of the celebrated 7+ X i' BAIN WAGONS, + Q CXi;. 7 2-A 24 a.21 nd .- 1=4 with hraql k and& oeqr hrakea . - - LJJL4fk, i ll L "i q -! ^ h$'F? i'riiment; i: ithe in-] I ^ .hinpi rovement of the '" ''i" ver, looking towVard its Ei ltiwi navigation from Dallas to th;;sea, by steamboats and barges. ' Hon R. R. E. Burke, congress \ z/ ;i.~ I VL a 11 0lIU t T u111 uWU (U 1IJ u, (ug U11 ui , FS . /11 +t. - N imp of Q I ' ' ' man from this district, succeeded My line of ' I ll My1 line and To lgglet in getting an appropriation from '' Q C I~v Pl9 + complete. n\ the last congress $7000 to defray S ulirries and t : iei01s mplete the expenses of a preliminary or f7+ ,fi ,? observations survey of the river I have a heavy line of Single and Double Buggy ) on which to base a report as to /+ Harness, with either collar or breast strap. Plenty + the feasibility of attempting to 7+ of hay ties and wheat and oat s...

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