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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 March 1897

-YUU ITP iYIIClrCY-1.PJLLLLLL I Z-aS ZYrull-BCIMor.aanna ur lu l rrrrPn-;ra ,d ..iS""'Pae,rirsmsrPsxJxrl i We wanctw yuou l0 k..o II UY-PP-Bm I E! a a.g-s WES MfI2 "WiaSEEaS1355Sa ^i^^^I^^^.^tSa^^^^^Z^^'^^^^^S^^SZ^^^^^'^tMa | U^zm-,ra I 1,Th!Cici strict rantee. Of course we are still selling the ft% ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .-A(^ ^CA \\ accounts allowe<!, $22.50, and fines remitted, $1X. A motion was crrried that OH, council extend an invitation to the Ellis county teachers to hol([ their summer normal at Fern~ next summer. It was ordered that a cjty election be held on the 6th day of April, 1897, notice of which is1 published below. Election Notice. By virtue of the power AeL+d in me, as Mayor of the to',]t if Ferns, notice is hereby gN'hiN that on the 6th day of April, 18'~7. the same being the first T'Tme-day in April, there will we ain election held at the Mayor'b ofli-e in the town of Ferris for the purpose of electing a Mai or. 51),rshal and five aldermen. (G. II. Snow will be judge of sa...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 March 1897

PEACEFUL SLUMBER UNKNOWN. i DREADFUL DREAMS DRIVE SLEEP AWAY, For Eight Years a Lady of Emporia, Kan., Suffers Unspeakable Aony She Relates Her Experience. From tMe, Repulblican, Emporia, Kansas vising a trial of Dr. Williams' Pink Mrs. Jennie Carlow resides at 713 Pills for Pale People, stating that they Merchant Street, Emporia, Kansas,and had permanently cured her after years is the wife W. R. Carlow, proprietor of suffering from milk leg-, and he at of the Carlow Wag-on and Blacksmith once procured a supply for me Works, who is so well known as the "By the time I had taken two boxes "Past Grand"' and as one of the most accordin to directions, for the first active members in Lodge 15, J. O. O. F., time in two years, I was able to enjov of Emporia. peaceful and restful sleep, and as The distress of a condition of chronic continued to take them my health imbleeplessness is so terrible, Mrs Car proved, so that now while using the low's sutfferins from it so well known, fifth box, I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 March 1897

"Mend it or End it," has been the rallying cry of reform, directed against abuses municipal or social. For the man who lets himself be abused by a cough the cry should be modified to: Mend it, or it'll end you. You can mend any cough with Ayer's Cherry Pectorl DONM7 $0E r a F.a.4 ~'aA RO % ;* oM. BRN 1667 BUS. POTATOES PER ACRE. Don't believe it, nor did the editor until he saw Salzer's great f~_rm seed catalogue. It's wonderful what an array of facts and figures and new things and big yields and great testimonials it contains. Send This Notice and I0 Cents Stamps to John A. Salzer Seed Co , La Crosse, Wis, for catalogue and 12 rare farm seed samples, worth $10, to get a start. / ___________ *~~~W.11. Don't imagine that wall flowers at a dance have no amusement TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Biomo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the m oney if it fail to cure 25c It requires some courage to be a true friend. STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, LUCAS COUNTY, Ss IFrank J Chen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 March 1897

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 March 1897

LI_ _I____ ____ _ __ Elegant Chair Cars on Dy Trains THROUGH SLEEPERS_,oBetween Houston and Pueblo, Colorado Spings and Denver via Fort \Worth 11 r 3/ten'd Sunl Allt(o o <dl<! Jttlll~,J( as Ci'tt vla Hea) nc Ti lV l all< d tie< lort H'obith. [\{\\[\W Jiitwveell Galve'itoli, Hjoiiff)) 8Sh el-II * ta A 'e TIt (t Lal If. SUPERIOR ROUTF', Tro Pointts in the sonthetsth4 Ifrit, or CaH o il ]J.A T . C T . etfor Ifol illattoid. C ItF 'i . If L. It,)J.*JINs, l'rafCfic 3f </r. I Gl P ,t IrAii h G1 A O\INL AN Vi'e Il'r(" ('Ielit. p pans Tabales gentle cathaitic. Ripans Tabules omne flatulencv. RIpans Tabules cure dyspw Ripans Tab dies cure Ripans Tabules P. Ripans Talt Ripans r RipaI Rwan SEE_.-o TEXA)' MORTGAGE 11 BA~IMiNG C0O1PANY, sVax achie, Texas. V^**V0SsQ/^S B r'r 0 Z jr VOL. 4, NO, 26. FERRIS, ELLTS \ COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, !897. $1.00 PER ANNUM sa[kYft e~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~__ ,. I I $eB(1 Qhe ~r~th ~19~hiers. 'Tell the Truth Clothiers. t I -1 To Christian Ende...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 March 1897

FERRIS, ----- TEXAS. %M AM Ad=t _r ~sa~-~;I~Fa~"~;f~L'~R~mm-Ap I C(attlemen Meet. San 'Antonio, Tex, March 10.-The Cattle Raisers' Association of Texas convened at 11 o'clock yeste-rday morning President Bush and all the officers ot the association being present. Divine blessing was. invoked by Rev. A. J. Hariis. Hon R L Ball, of San Antonio, in behalf of the city, eloquently welcomned the visitors. President Bush 'briefly responded on behalf of the assoeation. A telegram from Hon. James Wilson, the new secretary of agriculture, was read, congratulating the association upon the progress made and the good work being done, also expressing regret that the recent assumption by h-ri of his duties precluded his attendanice. On motion of Ike T. Pryor, Chicago, was thanked for abolishing the $5 per heard charge heretofore made on broken ribbed cattle. Ringing resolution's were adopted in advocacy df the passage of a stringent game preservation law. On motion of L F. Wilson. of Wichita count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 March 1897

Hence ls and has for mtany years been Had Lear:led the LessoTl. ^ crnts mfost deler.ly llnteleqsted sX1 thte tlle rcLp:srt formfierly denllel o, the masgleat, and theythave [eome posslbly to "At last I understand," sighed Mr. malnFtenance of the levees w1111 orga1n salere of 400 persons ln viliflages in the oegard uhemSelves as 'navln1g the ablllty Homeflat, wearlly, as he put a slat ln lze a force of memJ to waslk the leveeis Sitla dlstIjlets ls caflleLct rfs control the actlon of the goYern the bedstead, and saw that lt dldn't tlay and n1lght, amd ln the eJvent of the zlenG ltse]f) but lt seems prabable they Wit svater showlng a tendSentcy to eut lnto At St Lctu+8ls the seCntenee of Jclhn vl1 1be usndecelved anld that the govefn "Understand what?" sald hls lvlfe, tthe 1 at an 1 ce wovd wlll h) Seillllldt, has been commuted to tmentyent wr3il ]n a dlgnlfied abut firm man hammering the tack into the carpet. -+vee Y p a . , A = e five years ln the ponuteIltla ler express ltS oplnlon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 March 1897

l---- n~ U-l~ z~ r--_rx l II -s I- mR YP PPI Y IPBCI EP llsY m P I RZONEWfffiliBfalaoiy aa _.A ,Azm kAW1_Lfv rif . MLi .A r anmulsrmuu riahaa.c InLxl*U;,,..aUI.,3.1Ur-UIYh *r Because they are the Best and are better this year than ever before with all the latest improvements. low whp _buys-a STANDARD Cultivator or STANDARD Planter has a "DEAD CINCH" on a good thing and that is what everybody wants, but when they don't buy a Standard the "Cinch ain't there any more." The fel! Indian Head domestic fori Mr. 5r ' thanks Money is What I WANT. l I will sell the following articles so cheap that you will hardly miss your money: e 26oz Bottles Raftroad Snuff, 25c. Catsup per bottle, best grade, 20c. r 2 6oz ' Dental Snuif, 35c. 2 31b Cans Califorma Frmt, C. 3 lb Bucket Baking Powder, 40c. American Sardines, per box, 05c. I1?" , , , 15c. Baked Bean Sauce, 1 lb can, O. CUatsupper Bottle.1 Oc. Salsoda per pound, 05c l [yv Grocery Stock is almost complete. 5My Soda Fountain is in goo d time :and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 March 1897

Published every Satitn day and enteled at the postoffice at Ferris. Texas. as , second-class mall matter ADVERTIS Iy ATES. ILocals 5c per liue and display ads i l ,cpeC inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads lor large space orlong time H the mnto!erableness of the situation and the everlasting delay of promised reforms gave any good Christian an excuse to revolt, and the Cretan Chlustian took it. Then no power stepped in to help against the wily Turk, but little bankrupt, struggling Greece woke up. She sent a war ship down and followed it up by her torpedo flotilla under her favorite Prince George, and then dispatched an army of 2000 men and landed them on the coast o~ Crete. This stirred lup the powers, and rther tlhnan let (Greece h'ave tllRe crelith n he lie to Prt eS NNY. Slloes ideies and Luaces. f is what ave al Harideries and will rceivs. Shoes and have'bought and apes for spring and summer ailor' Samples alecomprising all es in men's suits. f ,SUCCESSOR TO TilI. FERRIS )E-N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 March 1897

EWA*., S, t] d 11 1 I d n ( fo ( 1l < b 1i ] b f I ti 0 11 ( 1! ll h TEXAS HOME INDUSTRY. Designed to Encourage New Alanufactur., ing and Business Enterprises The transfer of the great industrial center of the iron business from Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio to the south, which is henceforth "to dominate the world's markets by American furnace men," is creating wide comment throughout this country and Europe Referring to it the New York Post remarks "The wonderful development of the European market for southern pig iron, already noticed in these columns, is still further indicated by trade conditions in Birmingham, Ala One furnace company in that city has just received an order for 10,000 tons of iron for the Liverpool market, and another' has contracted to supply 27,000 tons, for other English buyers Exclusive, of these enormous transactions, Alabama has exported more than 100,000 tons of pig iron to foreign countries since last July, and there is reason to believe th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 March 1897

ITT, cR g ----s and one who has caused more talk than any other woman in the state, have to leave their conveyance behind and make it on foot up the steep mountain side. Approaching the house, the first thing out of the ordinary which attracted my attention were four mounds in the back yard, which, upon inquiry, I learned were the graves of her husband and three Sons, the latter having given up their lives in mountain fights and had been : buried in the yard, where the mother ! could turn from her bed in the little , house and gaze at the spots which contained beneath their grassy sod all that was mortal of those who were Po near and dear to her. For years the woman has been bedridden. Not that she is sick, but her immense size is such that she is unable to walk or move around like other people Her ~usband was for years an invalid, and the family was without visible means of support until Betsy conceived the Idea of selling whisky. There are any number of lliclt stills in the mounta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 March 1897

were almost consumed. The furnitnre was damaged some by moving. The fire company I well, where was it? It got there like the editor aftei the fire was put out.-Midlothian Argus. }Next door to postoffice, Yon will always find something nice to eat. Favor us with a call. You always receive the most courteous treatment. Jordan Bros., Props. I . :, Hardin, The BARABER Buys, Sells and Repairs Old Razors. Agent for Dallas Steam Laundry and Dye Works. DIRECTORY. Churches. 133A"risr-S C. Bailey, pastom. Preach ing second and louith Sundays and Saturday before, of each month at 11 a m and 7 30 p m Church conference Saturday befoic the lirst Sunday in each month Sunday-school at 10 a m N V. Lovett, superintendent CnumrSiXAN w E Crum pastor Pieaching e\ eiy first Sunday at 11 a m. and night Bioaking biead c~ery Sunday a mn Social worship and song pIactice e~oly Friday night Sunday scho]o at 10 a m., John H Smith, superintendent. ME['HODIST M. E I-aN 1k{111, pastor Piealihn~,lstatnd 3id Sundaya...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 March 1897

IrI VOL. .27.FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1897. Governmental Extravagance. Costly in Texas. Alvorado Bulletin: The rate There are plenty or ways to at which the expenses of the fool. and our laws give a wide national government are increas of liberty in this matter. The ing is truly alarming In 1800 of cucumbers is too low to ji the exlpendltures were $1.410 per our people to raise and pickle capita; in 1810 they were less vet we mortgage our land t, than 80 cents; in 1820 the figure Northerner and Easterner who was about $1.50, in 1830, about raise them and pay freight on p $1; in 1840 the increase went back to our doors It we iaise a cor to $1.50; in 1850 tins figure was tomatoes "they don't sell for increased to $1.60; in 1860 it had ing," yet months later we buy advanced to $1.90; in 1870 with shipped from Maryland and commerce and all the industries mortgage our land for the money demoiahzed as the result of war pay You don t get pay for the cost of running ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 March 1897

BLUNDERINQ WORK. Wolud-be Suicides Who Try to Caut Their Throats. "Did you ever cut a man's throat?" asked a well-known physician. I acknowledged modestly and regretfully that as yet such a guileless pastime had been denied me. "One afternoon," continued the surgeon, "a would-be suicide was brought to the hospital. He had made a most desperate effort to cut hls head off and had slashed his throat almost from ear to ear, but fortunately for him had not severed the jugular He was a disgusting looking object, covered with blood, while his windpipe hung out of the gash like a piece of garden hose, being cut squarely in two "-The noise he made thiough it in his efforts to breathe was horrible to an ear unused to sounds of physical suffering It was quite a neat little operation to get the windpipe in place and sewed up, but I finally accomplished it, cautioning the house surgeon to watch the case closely, and if the trachea became clogged, as I expected it would, to cut open the throat ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 March 1897

What Fitzsimmons Hlas to Say Carson, Nev., March 18.-After the battle Fitz walked to his diressing-room _ accompanied by his wife and followed by 'his trainers Many shouted corngratulatlons to hlm on the way, and his trainers, of course, shook hands t with him and his wife hung on his neck and kissed him. "I'm the proudest -main alive," said Fitzsimmons "I have established beyond dispute my right to the title of G the heavy-weight champlonsshrp of the r world-a title that was disputed by one -man alone, James J. Coibett I was a bit fearful at the outset, because the first right hand lead I made at him landed on his head, wrenching my thumb Thelieafter I was at a disad1 vantage and you may have noticed 1 that my right swings were short, but theft were delivered with the purpose t of driving Cor bett in the beallef thai ,my thumb was not Injured That ac1 counts for my mmis-.ing s'o many right _ hand swings I discovered at the outset that 'his punishment did niot affect If his jabs had...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 March 1897

miffjy TU<'flU District Court-Special Term. SpeclmM Correspondence. Waxahachle, Tex., March 17.Owing to the crowded condition of the civil docket in the district court of this county and at the solicitation of the members of the bar here, Judge Dillard made an order at the clo.-e of the regular December term of the district court, calling a special term of che district court for this county to convoile on the 15th day of this month, and in accordance with that order a special term of the court was begin here last Monday. As Judge Dillard was away holding his regular Collin county term it became necessary to elect a special judge for this special term and for that reason a large number of the latwNyers of this bar were present. Aftor the sheriff had made proclamnation,as required by law, the district clerk made a list of all the practicing attorneys present and as provided by the statute they proceeded to organize and elect a special judge. Hon. F. P. Powell was unanimouQly electe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 March 1897

OI1SidFXLlsaAuarrr l.. U,anu P-.-oLna l. , 1 rupau.alrwnuWa*uBlarautH*ubaa s -- ap v~ ~ ~~esgSa^ aas'assm ssssSssE mk~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~jV r a jag The felBecause they are the Best and are better this year than ever before with all the latest improvements. low who buys a STANDARD Cultivator or STANDARD Planter has a "DEAD CINCH" on a good thing and that is what everybody wants, but when they don't buy a Standard the "Cinch ain't there any more." Our Buggies nd Road wagons are Favorites because they are Up=to:-Date in Every respect and sold very cheap. All the above roods will be sold for cash or on fall time at There was ice last Sunday Mr. Oscar Sheffield, aged 21 X Ray Entertainment. morning, ' , years, died at the home of his After a week of clouds andfather, Mr. WA. A. Sheffield, The X Ray lecture at the In.-[irain, the sky is clear al.'a1tin. Thursday at 9:20 a. m. of menin tute building by Dr. Adkis-'on, of The old Ledbetter oih tank has getus. His remains were buried the Ft. Worth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 March 1897

BsPPIIIPYI YUh--Y -------- ` rrsabYIPerons you mye every day, WILL DIE OSF BRSGHT'S DISEASE or some trouble of the kidneys, urinary or female organs. WHAT CAN BE DONE? In such a serious condition you must secure the best remedy you can find in the market AT ONCE, ~~I~P-FaCmmum OPbagpar!aAwahPiSEBniP II lIoxlr It Works tlle Other Xlray, "What can be the tliou'ole between the Hartley's9 I see he's applled foe a tlllroXce"He told me all alsout lt Slnee she's fColt to wearlng her halr 5hort ancl SUltS miacle llke hls she lnvarlfably succeeds sn gettlng ready before he does whenever they go out any lhere"But I don't see why bhaJt shoulrl dls"It doesn't It's the abuse she heaps UpOn Illlm W9ll llf+s wactlng thast he Nelvs 31 t(>1ll w sS X! *<;tifi*d D strlet c 't stasz.>l ' ad r Melull)hls, Tcr n, March 1t The 1ver at Mer.lphls has luroken ali recor ds, the gauge last ll1:,ht r eglstel lnC 36 -1, showmsr the g] caDest he1gllt eveX recorded ln al1r rlse News of the Ilrst UIc.rlous...

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

4%t444*4llr hcbs,knsw-arabdlIhXh,i8t,beJDs ' ' seldom for the good. Confidence is often preferable to cleverness. Talk if you wish to make enemies, if you wish to make friends, listen Knowledge is always dissatisfied, contentment is the privilege of ignorance. Poverty has generally to pay 40 shillings in the pound. There are three classes of literary people; the first is obtrusive, the second is obscene and the third is obscure In youth it is passion more than vanIty which makes a man wish to win a woman; in middle age it is vanity more than passion. This is the keynote of philosophy to realize the unimportance cf being important and the importance of being unimportant.-Linkman's Letter in London Truth. Groan if You 3lust, But also appeal to a means of relief of the torture if physical which produces the gioan Rheumatism is a protlrio source of agony in its acute inflammatoiy or chronic forms But it may be annihilated at its bath with Hostetter s Stomach Bitt is, which, unlike the p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 March 1897

W H Foals C C Crockei FEAES 3( p m Church continence Saturday before the Ilst unTdy In each month Suuday-school at 10 a ra , N. V Lovett, superintendent 0IAKUISTIAN Yv E Cfrm, pastor Preaching every fist Sunday at 11 a m. and night Breaking bioad every Sundoy a rm Socrl worship and song practice evein Friday night Sunday school at 10 a. m., John H, Smith, supeintendent' I METHOIOST M. E. Hawkins, pastor, Preaching 1st and 3id Sundayat 11 a m and night Prayer meeting evoi5 Wednesday night Sunday-school at 10 a m, H A inuchanan, superintendent, CUMBErLAXD PRESBYTEBIA-N W. I-[. Beliy. pastor. Pleaching every second and fourth Sunday. Sunday-school at 10 o clock a m W A Baind, superintendent. BE, CR E ORDEJ3S. A. F. via'K Dolc.s, SUPERIOR ROUTE To ]Points5 ini the So-i t/he'st ~-^ia, II'nst'si .Ti ite or Call on H.

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