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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 February 1897

14 0 : "It will go L(bl"MeamP IYYYB HOW TO CET A $ 1 0 810OlfLE FREE, 4r A m"ysTtert solve. tc~dous word contest. orders to take. Only some writing in your own home. For particulars send stamped addressed envelope. Household Pub. o see him now ir hitm cowboy costume It was said tha, Capel is tutor to the son of a wealthy Italian widow, who owns an adjoining ranch He and the widow may swap horses and chickens, PAPER IS KING. One of the Foremost of American Industries. Every year Europe sends us tons and 'ons of her rags to be manufactured ;,nto paper, says the San Fiancisco Chronicle The obnoxious odor of Much ot our writing paper attests this vrgmal association with the slums und filth of the old uHOIld Oui higher ~rades of paper are, however, made [rom carefully selected material conristing not only of untainted and clean !men and pure vegetable matter, but are scientifically made under the intruction of men who have made a careful study of the hygienic and ocutistic effects of pap...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 February 1897

*iEPEtlmBPmIB16aailucrcrararwY urPuar, nNLSauTBPUBu li I bllYYRMIIU UI -t---IMPZFmrBIRiBnre--"L-i --- mFarrrr il98 IrYIDLeC ii; hVY u.mmcrrrrrrrr .ra+-rrsasLnn-. cnn*nrsrlrrma Below will be found a communication from the Rev. C. McPherson, pastor of the Christian church at Waxahachie. Rev McPherson is one of strong men in his church. A man that not only edifies those who listen to his sermons, but instructs in those elements entering into the life of tlh'se who would be built up in a nobler, purer and moic successful manhood. Read what he says 'WANTED-A MAN," is addressed especially to those who represent a certain line of business, but the points laid down are in point with very man The young man who will carefully read it, will be unpressed with the truth that it is men, strong men, industrious men, brave men earnest men, faithful men, REAL men foi whom the world is alwaysse-kmg. I would be glad to know blhat its lessons could be stamped inmo'the nature oi every young man to whom ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

7-- --, ~-- -,---' 't' / I 0 I I I I 4 VOL. 4. NO, 24 FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, A Life Sentence. The Abe House case was decided in the criminal distiictr court at Dallas l-st Fridav. A fer being out seventy-two hours the jury brought in a verdict of-ninety-nine years in the stale penetenfiary. It wvil be remem-ered that House is clirrged wivh killmg a Bohen-ian girl near Ennus in 1893 le was tried tat V axahacnim, but the jury not being able to agrep, was discharged. They stood 11 for acquitta and 1 for conviction. The case wan taken to Dallas county on a change of | venue. S,_uday School Associatfon. :4P;pClal lo Tun WJILnr, VWaxab:Ichic, Feb. 23-!S?-T The Executive Comimttee of the Elhis County Interdenomnatmona! S mdal Sohoo el AI 1 at 2v :axmclachieb. 19, a( a'rranged a !pogra. for the County Convention to be heldc In axhci April 1st , 2nd. 1807 A nl Snd:' Scoolsv m the comnt} ' Lre req , esed to sand delegate,. to th"IS( CcollPVnio ~]]C0i' :anId are expectd to p)or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

--Hepre^tsiiig thie,PhuDIUTl R i TI, IL,. ASSOCIATION, of Bingham;/,tfG, New York. The largest surplus in proportion to insurance in force or ;i:' .Jurely mutual company. Rw'-ES 50 PER CENT LESS8 THAN OLD LINE COMPANIES. DIVIDENDS 100 e*11 CENT GREA-TER. Issues t, non ,);r-icipating life policy at a very low lrtto for those who want protection and wvish to keep their dividend to use in their business. Office in Odd Fellows' building. CALL AND SEE UIS. Gratuitous Insults. ~nators and Representatives Tashington have fallen into s error in one respect if not e-that of offering gratui 3ults to 'owers wiLh which evernmant holds friendly i. Senator Mills of Tex's thie most recent illusof such ill-conuidered ie referring last Mondayv, 3 "a Power whose symtness is a monkey and a ." Tlhe. Senator was he Cutban question '-1 no occasion to aly, .a fact that to every diploall Italians, bus the in' a tend'-el Su erior TO ALL Sarsanarillas For Female Complaints and building up run-down systemr; i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

I have opened up a Grain business and will Inake, it to your interest to call on me before buying. Office :t W. J. Green's furniture store. W. D. Duff. DIRECTORY. Churches. BAPTIST-S C. Bailey, pastor. Preach ing second and fourth Sundays and Saturday before. of each month At 11 a m ;i:ld 7.30 p m. Church conference Saturday b(cfome the first SundaB in each moi.th S I, dAy-'chool at 10 a. m , N. V. Lovett, superintendent CUIRISPIAN w. E Crum, pa-tor Preaching every first Sunday aL 11 a mi and niaht, iipaking bread eveiy Sundayna m Social worship and song practice exeiy Friday night Sunda school at 10 a. m . John H Smith, -,upeiintendent: IMrIETHODIST M E flawkinw, peslor Pi eaching 1st acnd 3rd Stindauyat 11 a Tn and night Prayer making cvoer Wednosdti N lh . Sund~l-sclool at 10 a m, H A Michana.,i, superintendent, CUMBErTRLAND P!ESEYTElI-k W. H Beriv, pastcn. Pieachig ev iv second aldlfoarth Sundav bunndag-school at 10 o'clock a. m. W A Baid, superintendent. S~CRE/~T OIaIDI7R.S. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

Why? nThen why did you marry bi grace , " She sighed wearily. "Oh, why," she rejoined, "does a tvoIman buy anything she doesn't want? [ don't know."-Detrolt Tribune A Thermometer Free Warner's Safe Cure Co of Rochester, N Y, aie sendhug out a limited number of acCurate spirit thermometers graduated from 0 degrees below zeio to 120 degrees above knd mounted on heavy 4x6 inch cardboard, in red and green, by mail, fiee to any address oq eecipt of two cents in stamps to pay postage. To be sure the free distribution of the therhiometers is intended to advertise the celebrated Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure (see advertising columns) but nevertheless they will be found to be useful as well as ornamental little aitiroes for the home or office and well worth the little trouble and expense of sending for them. The undertake with his measuring string in hand follows death. Salzer Seed Co. Ahead! So enormous has been the demand for Salzer's seeds in Texas that the John A. Salzer Seed Co , ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

BD~ r mrrsaa~--- .krl~~e.ar ~nl ls~~rmatPPS lrr-~-rlylurm-~--~.a---~ ~u~au~u Iar~r~~uranoneuucu~*n ~ raa na~ rJ1~,,,.~eark -~~ L~B~~~U~rI~ii(r !~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ !f Handy. Miss Citybred-Where is the milukmaid? Farmer Waterbury-We'll, I don't mind tellin' ye; a good bit of it is made right here, M.ss Citybred An Indication. Mr Northside walked into his parplof the other night and was rather SUIprised to see his daughter sitting on young Mr. Hilltop's lap. The young people were surprised too The old man was the first to recover his equanimity and as Miss Northside found her feet he remarked "Ah, Lucy' I see your race fo-r a husband is nearly over." "What makes you say that, papa?" asked the girl, blushing painfully "You seemed to be on the last lap."Pittsburg Chronicle. FC---~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~- ` ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ The best and Cheapest Uence on earth Sobi by all the pllnclpal lumber dealers in Texas WrLte for circular and mention this paper ___ B--------...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

_ __ti '.9 BLipemsfouErrracnnanamaPr der, The outs de dirhcus'ions of the building is 25x92,. Tit. bufftitMng is to be completed b3 51arch 12tb, weather permitting. *O Dentist 1-' ,r -is, , ' e T_ exam;. Office oN er Batehler's store. W~~f~sw~~me~i H M1^ V< o ean thlax of some SImplo Wanted-An iBea thing to patent? Protect your ideas, they may bring Nou wealth Write JOIHN WEDDEBBURN S'ces, ra. -i i "'Waihted-.. Man. a." 'Twas evcr this. w,!;I always be, Slccessfu! men do all avreo Of all the assets on the earth -~anh.ood is of ,'ceatest worth. If one would wNish s-'at power obtain; Tf c(,nc would wa':' iy-oit willth to gan ,If on, w,'1i3 \v' > to do fi'great good, tl one ;\(ialdti "to oa I' I hI,, food, I/ O i . it ii}~i , i I to w I Iin Li, V itIO If one would VV i. sLyuces' In hit''i' qc'.<'( d on any plan-The clhief,~th Orn'I, is Bl A X ',[tN. in -very towav in ;ll the la,-d. T'l'1 ',iq wo e qLuc('ossf ul Im 'Iuhr od R ead whIat he sty,: 'V,'AN'TE1--A fAN." i-, addios?'"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

TO C-'U A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxati-ve Bromo Quinine Tablet~. All Druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. 2o It never comes natural to a maa t be polite to his kin woman folks. YulU NE ED 'EM and Here's a Bargain. rior in its field, one year . O. Total, $2.?~ All of above seft postpaid for $1.oO The bo krs are writ en bv eminent men familiar with this section, aitd tNESl DIRECTORY Greatest PLW on Earth Texas Disc Plow Co. Dallas P* -~ W S HANCHE'T ART ST0oE PI TE U CATALOGUE SENT hblKE ON AtPL[CA')[ION: U 321 Mal. street. YuroMcLE00 OTiEp'eaulpl.n roLums50 ots, 70o cta and $1 00, low rates by week ur mtnth CORMtGATEnD Ito.~ g S ~f * ~ [17' WRITE US be-foreC IyST|ERIMg buying Harry Bios ....... r~f. I D C'tCJ t la Piaelee limited to Dr. J. DB. ei, bELtiEL, Skin. Genito-Urnary 50,r-503 North Te 'e aI I -g and Aectal Diseases. Psimm t~nrd r 0 L COLDEN AXLE GREASE As;k ) uur Dealer k .e r q a *V b, l The Homestead Law Austin, Tex., Feb. 24.-The bill requiring superintendents ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

A GOOD EXAMFLE. Does Every Year XT hat Soule Mu Don'i Do in a Lifetixne. "I believe," remarked the hotel clerk to a group of listeners, according to the Washington Star, "that the most patriotic men we have -a the United States are the traveling salesmen " "And why they" in-qunied a member of congress. "Because they know the country better than any other class and see it m all its sections and are among the classes who maintain it and make it possible for the rest of us to live with a great deal more ease than we might otherw ise Now, there's one who went out of the office just as the gentleman from New York came in. That man travels for a Boston house and his territory extends from Maine to Southern California and he makes the trip every year, stopping usually mn the big cities, but taking many of the others in on his way. "He has been doing it for years, until he knows the people of the country in every state, and I have yet to hear him say a bitter thing or a foolish one about se...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

FeibrttK1illHBm^Bbl -~^i'. tl~,yd!is n-^ gmBip3^Si,8 l~,f I1f tI ..a.' -.brt 1 aU~~~~ll,,.~a oqi i1 (, st:) m v n~ miLTi 5h,, __ EYE, EAR, THROAT and NOSE. North Texas Bank Bmidino. 203] fire originated about i o'clock in the morning in the store of J. A. Payne and consumed the entire , block of thi"teen business houses t] before it could be checked. Inayor Jeifers telephoned for ilhe assistance of the nni;, fire .company, which responded, but too late to be of any benefit. The n loss lo estimated at about $50,000; Insured for about $5,000. Followmsg is t list of the firins and their losses and insurance (if any) as near as we could learn: John A Pasne, house and e goods, $10,000. d Mooe insured for $500. EL Smith, house and goods, $7.000; insu ed for $3,000 \v J. T Pace, saloon, house lost, . stock :'nd fixtures saved. J. T. Hues, house lost, stock g saved. o -Riddle, IIashiy insurance, .pI,30. Palmer Ilardware Co , house and ooeds. $1,50. The Palmer dnsntle r outfit was a tot-a! l...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

WnaYd P-F-- -*.~~--r ievAMU r C Z!tga p ? y ' 9 E I -rinirvF rprr-;cpla m-uariraanncrranrncaurmMlro E-33 , S=SSSS ZS~'S^SSS^'ESS UL-,SSiSSSZIS^T arg^'^^^Sja~^Elj'i^A^afa s OiJMv-avSi>D it_3 d <.. Oi~itp in Fvp-> rpQ~prt 7w* Qoi^ rprv rn iC j 3 " --Tl 4" Ali,-, q +-% VO I 'O j, , , ,A , 4-9 (". d 1, v ) IL 1E (D D K-^~~ Rl eiI I 5rl -~ IT a ^i^ tb v 1, ', -, ~ ~ Q GOCALI NEWS. Nature Is putting: on the ap--. . . . . --- i pearance of sprinG. '- ~---^c--,[-polnto^ -tit . on J f . vinitil_, ?,h~, 31ay erry viVited In Palm :,it. J. i~. Xowlin of Red C'l.k. OL' i. Ll,-s vweelk. A "' r -. il T avlor and ;.';l .laxSports and fsbe:'.cn are L'broad, tie Ei. West, wieo live eas of tOwv,V i tlie lald'. * came ini and wcre married S"'n,a JI c; J. ~. 1Ii"tali 'I Il~' )/r. Geo. Turner has commenecresideonce edthe eecion of another new cot'l-a~ge, w.eSt of his resmnence l Jl 1ftChler was in TerEnnis Si'eleof. Ennis .Me~~~~~teor vll on business TPhursday. M~rs. icehardson visitedl re'la Bu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

among themselves for whict they are so well known in the south, and by which they furnish to the natives about the same class of amusement as the horse race and the bull fight. For hours he sat there facing theoe dreadful creatures, which neither advanced nor retreated. Then night cams on, and again he was mercifully rendered unconscious. When next he knew what was going on about him he was on a cot in a hospital in Portland. I-e had been there a month and had gone fLureugh a well-nigh fatal attack of bralr; fever. Meantime the authorities, han ing discovered his identity from his dellrious Lalk, had telegraphed to his people, and the young woman he was to marry hastened to his bedside. He had not been found until the car was opened at its destination, when he was unconscious and raving like a maniac A mark on his forehead indicated that he had in reality been bitten by a tarantula, probably when he fainted the second time. As soon as he was able to travel he started for home by eas...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

KIDNEY TROUBLE AND ITS EFFECTS. THE WORD OF AN OLD GENTLEMAN OF MAT. TOON, ILL. From the Commercial, Mattoon, Il. Mr. William J. Winningham is a Pills and thought I would try the), as well-known and venerable gardener of they might do me good. I soon began Mattoon, Illinois. Seventy-five years to get relief, and by the time I had ago Mr. Winningham was born in Ash taken eight boxes I was virtually boro, North Carolina, where he resided cured. Now my nervousness has left until 1866, when he removed to his me, the flow of water is normal, and present residence. the pores of my skin perform their When only thirty-one years of age duty as well as when I was a boy, and the old gardener says he began to be I perspire as freely as any one. afflicted with nervousness and cramps, "I have recommended Dr. Williams' which in latter years developed into Pink Pills for Pale People to a number urinary, or perhaps kidney trouble of of people and heard from many of so violent a charter that it was n...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

-rivaayaitnr-elnidrm~ -1_-_1_111-1 ^_---1--_ 1, H'ecals C C Crockcr FEARS r sI-\x - v E Cilll. pastor 1l'I ,.-cllll ', ( iy lliSt Sunday a 11 ta 1I ll d a ] '11d , i;;('a.vng lhlelad e\ciy "unday a ' n S'( v.la ,)lb'l)dland t'ono plactice cecly l':,day .'.~ht. S'uilnta s,,(;oo] a(t L a t,. John II S rll'til ,ll1p ' ] Iiillndcliilt ),5ii~j'tlJO 1 .r[ 'J IL >/kUin i p!sto1r !' ('iiclll'' I1c., 1q't , I 11a h Sttndxya5 ii a SIl ald 1 gh( t PlJyer meeting c1.ery ~,V (l' ' p 'o day nlgllG hu-*nndr',-school at 10 a pl [I A A rchl,I ll, 11. el i'p ] 11intend n(lt, (''2,]I-MBLAND) lIRESI>TE]'RIllAN X 11i ll I v p)astor Pl eachllrg evely ~", ollq l \I A [ , J V. BiutZ, Secle[ v ol I' I Fe Is lod e No '0) ir'( tis (\ (\iv hsl aid ttld Thumsd.,v ,t:ihlt oL (, monl h 1 3o( -ch C, C ai i kEzz l, _ o 1, I ' S T O) 0 -F -F-i o! l LqcOg o Io 42t) "','ts v ,,'y -day It'LllIdlt A -A ][c' , 1 ^1 1 2();( (l .aI1d . F T i Itt1 . V ice ,Ial'e . J 1i Baitlln SenetuaI \Y 0 Xt)o. *,(;.)--o C Line, C C...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 February 1897

BIUl(lsRIRIPBI-* Ys-- iwrcu-l._llp uUupl- -_ ~~~ - ---7 -1 a -7 N'V 8 11-1 N, not affected by these surroundings, and that he from within lived outward and independent of circumstances. So far from that being true, he was the most sensitive being that ever walked I the earth, and if a pale invalid's finger could not touch his robe without strength going out of him these mountains and seas could not have touched his eye without irradiating his entire nature with their magnificence. I' warrant that he had mounted and explored all the fifteen hills around Nazareth, among them Hermon, with its crystal coronet of perpetual snow, and Carmel and Tabor, and Gilboa, and they all had their sublime echo in after time from the Olivetic pulpit. Many have cried out in admiration of Christ, "Ecce homo," ("Behold the man"'), "Ecce Deus'" ("Behold the God!"), but I close this paragraph by writing "Ecce adolescenst" ("Behold the boy!"). Story of a 3 Man-Eating Tiger. Of all the animals that walk the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 March 1897

VOL. 4. NO, 25 FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1897. It may : I Bovser's I-ome IndusLry Bill accompaaamcnt to reel hair. Indorsed. A joint meeting of the Dallas manufacturers' association and the Dallas home industry club took place at thlle Commercial Club rooms Friday evening, thle object being to indorse the bill now before the legislature requitilng state institutions to give preference to Texas goods in all cases where price and quality are equal. Senator Bowser was present and made a speech showing how outrageously home people had been discriminated against, not intentionally, but thoughtlessly by the purchases oL supplies. He also -... / > showed how in the ma tter of franchise and incorporation fees the home companies Nere the victims of the most unreasonable discrim,inations. For instance, let a home company incorporate for $10,000 and b0L00 had to be paid in, whille an outside company with unlimited millions could file their charter for $150 and enjoy th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 March 1897

ERVIN rrsrr uin nmmmmm -Wm , _^.^^^ariJB 1 iP ^^ihll' lll tl ltt '0IAin Destroyed by Fire. Denison, Tex., March 3 Fire broke out in the store ot Owen McCarty, 205 West Main street, at 10 o'clock lasc night and totally destroyed the stock and the two store buildings in which it was located. The fire started in the second story of the building The building is a total loss, estomated at about $10,000, with partial insurance The stock was valued at $15,000 and insured in the Royal for $4500, Traders' $2500, Providence of Wvashington $2500, Mechanics' and Traders' $1200 After the fire had been burning about an hour two kegs of gun powder and fifty pounds of dynamite exploded, blowing the roof into atoms and shatteiing the window glass in the buildins adjoining the McCarty property A score of people standing near the fire were hurt by the broken glass and other debris. 'The most seriously hurt ale S L. Legate, cashier National bank of Denismn, cut about the face and eves, Judge A W. Mixso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 March 1897

LIRrrllll+61BQR ""-C I IIII __P____ j _l __ _ I Y Y__ __ _ _ n ___1 The uiz Case WVaahingtcn, March 3.-The presidezA yesterday fc ut to the senate a repcrrt mode by Secretary Olnrey on the iebsolutcloi v equezting the correspondence in the ,c -:cs o f Dr Ricaird'o PRuilz ' hle r- .t cussgctLs the inacOvisalbility f simolij} tlha ccrrcrsl-,rdennee at this tim', ihich suegcstiu'n the presiden ndclcnss, caynr.g that it woulfld be incompatible wNvt the public nluterest to do so pcncdng the public acd exlhautive 1nvest.gs'tonn about to be is',ttnted The prioesidetnt adds the suggestion "that the consul general should have professlc'n al aid rn such mnvestga,t ion, thoufih t'h3 matAjLer together with the scict,cionn of the particular persCons to act w:['h him propei]y devolves upon my tn-cc-c Lor in, offco " Instead of trnm's'mlttnm'g the official ccrrespondencie tho secretary supphles an account of hi,,s owrn ccmp-otlontio co-verlng the essentially facts in the c'ase, tie says that Ruiz,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 March 1897

IIUGIE;IPiPEP,"I-m(BRI Csir)ngr~aBangaBH l!l BBIB ''JL"CC~s Loit '1 Tm FERI5 RiIS ^XTIN,3L. $I.oo A Year. Publishede eiy SAturdav and enteied at the postofice at Fenis Texas as ~econd-class mall matter AD VE!~ TLSVI ~Lff'l'~TS Locals 5)0 pci line and display addq 13.;c pel incht per inseiton Liho-al cuts on adb tfr ]argc space o. long tiliIe --runr I- ----r clra ,^--ru- --ram , The Dress Maker, Miss Jim Alexander, will be found at the iesidence of C. E. 1'ratt. oho guarantees her work and her chna'ges are reasonable. n-itfina.Y1i . -*"" ' --T'Iic ,"ij' ~irrH~ p K TpTif'gy' -T'**"= ue R. L. ,ARE ELL, Attorney-At-Law. Off-ice ovey W. W Batchler's store, Will give piorapt attention to all busl nes~ onti Ubted to me t I represent a good loaun company and can make loans ol ] os! estato --- :zt'IACTI'E ~I.~I~Il'tCD T'O -EYE, EAR, THROAT and NOSE. North Texas BJank Building. leoore 203 ETWVEEZ ~~~~~ET I E X :N THE EAST and SOUTHEAST. CANNON BALL TRAIN SHORTENED ONE HOUR IN TIMIE Leaves Ft ...

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