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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 March 1897

sdIPZPYRPIZSP3ILlera HII-bL ./ *I I I I 1 iI VOL. 4, N, 2. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAAS, SATURDAY, ILTArCHI 27, 1837. eal rEstate T]ranz~ rs. , Ai-on( the real estate tiansfersiMa J i recently h1ed In the ollica of the county clezk we noto the foi'o...g J. 'it a-nd A.B. plratt to C AE. Piatt 15) aoc... out of the "~'2'-3 ....'vey, cu Iiicpatson ;-[()0. F. J. Til and h I zL. 'Watson Lo T^/, J. A (jarpenter, lot 8, block Q, town of Feti't considerat.on $-150. T J. T. Duff and wife to J. A. Carpenter and J. T. Turner, un,,.qvided B v roterest )I lot 8,>'loc'k G, tomi of Fer 1Si ; oASideratioa "l'"" -. N. Hayncs and wife. to G. A Tdrmer, lots ] 2, ,3, -1 :(! ) Ii .land addiction to E n-, COduitelatlon I 1600. <-'r. . -.'. H.1 Pjordani and J.E A1iletaten, to J. A. and -. A Curpentel, lot i in block 7 ia tlie tovi, or %'c~, considleiation ',.00. J. A. and .d A. Carpeater; to P. Jolm and J. E A!bte:,ten,lot 8, im block G, town o[ Ferrms, consdleration $500. B B. JoIdan, to J S Me;ay,...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 March 1897

*"^;'-''"-__ The Prime Object Was to Get a Schooner Line That Would Carry Goods Cheaper The more the doctors become experts 'Than Steamship and Railroad Companies, the more they disagree. Rescue Workers. The neck of the Rubber Trust should Galveston, Tex., Marh 25.-In regard be reached as soon as possible. o the matter of bningrng the Bemner The fun a man hasonlirne of clipper Ehips to Galvestou a The fun a man has on the quiet is aleetng of the wholesale mereitants the kind that really nourishes him. ? ,Vws h~ld Tzesday. No dlefinte ariangeThe more victories Gen. Weyler re-mnet was made wlth Mr. 1enner, butt ports, the more re-enforcements hethere is a prospect ot a favorable etcalls for. gealls for.tloemen?te. The matter was turned aver to the Wh'olesale Dealers' association, There is nothing like looking cheer es it was thought that moTe coopate ul when you cannot help things be aton could be dbtainend bhat way than trg as they are. thwougfh the aneetinigs of the gentlemen withou...

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

The River at Paducah. How the Modern Girl Converses. Paduicah. Ky., lMarch 294.-The rive The extravagance of expression comsituatoan during the Iaist twenty-foui mon to certain young ladies of an emhours ihas nc't lmnprcve'd At 2 o'cloh phatic habit leads them into queer yesterday afternoon flhe au, ge regis statements. For instance, a contemtered 50 7 feet and rlsming at the rate ol porary reports this fragment of convera tenth eveiy two hours. About thal sation between two girlstune the win'd began to rise very rapid "I was just dylna to see it w~acs jut dyn t eei ,Yesv, ly. and sljne2 hais bean blowing a, perrectf gale On aeccunc of tlhe waves, f "And when I saw it it was perfectletgaeOnaccn o hewve1i ly killing!" is impossible to form an ,accurite ideay kll! _ _ as [,o the stage cof the rlver. Very lor Don't make fun of the man uiho ks tunately fcr the business interestss, t^h Ia fool it is no joke to lack sense. wad 1i bl'ow1 n~ tlc"V'ard the Illrmol wind i Uolwin tc-,,,1ard th...

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

SUCCESSOR TO TlHE JfEPII! Si-N^ii:]^. $i.oo A Year. Published p~eiy Saturday a,,d catered at the postoffico at Feni.s, Texas, i_, secona-c]aPS Mail matter ADnETINT'hIG RKATIES. Locals 5c per line and displa, ads 1~2 e per inch per inseitno1 Liberal cuts ou ads for laige space orlont[ine t of orgamzing a y',tate Cto Layers' as o,-,ation. The moe originated wiLk the CXava,1,o Co anLy Cotton Iruyers' aIs-oc,:tion, the first or aniz.,tio; of tlte kind Cffect-edI l the, stc, to, CcrIcan also ha; a Lad.es' zomo ildu_ -. d club. THU-F,\ ,,a4in ,ton correspondent of iLle houston P,)sL savrs cTI o retirement of lion. D. J . Cullorson is regret ed here by all par-ties. lie was recognized as the best lavwycr In congress aund an honest, able and fearlcs's iepresentativ-. Had he evc aspired or sougt leader::ip no man would have found n mo-o devoted t mid f-:*aithful following Q,uiot and unassumng, but ever watchful ] and ready for the best interestsA of his p):)ple, it is doubtI l ifany man ever...

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

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

i 1 JaWf.sot And ~Walhng Hangrett Newport, Ky., March 22 -Saturday at 10 I0 a m Sheriff Pltimmer was directed to hang Jackson and hold Walling for further orders. At 10-30 a. m. Sheriff Plu~mmer recEived a mezz'age from Gov. Bradley fayayrg lie had a telegram. purporming to come from hrm (Plummer) stating that Jackson had stated that Walling was nmot guilty He ,telegraphed: "Proceed with the execution, and if Jackson makes a statement on the gallaws to that effect you may suspend W-alling's execution until further darectMonts front' me." Sheriff Plummer on receipt of the maezsag9 ordered the men to prepare for the scaffold Judge Holm of the circuit couil held a ,telephone conversaton with the governor ,He said Jockson simply state's Walling is iot guilty of .murder. He thought it meant nothing but an attempt to save tIrme. The governor told him to tell Jackson to state the circumstances showing Wlfalling not guilty, not to give a mnre opinion. He also t'o'ld him to tell Plummer to g...

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

~B~T(~9~~;Cgli~;Si~;B10 Tw~ ,1W 'V II , Nr NF I" , I' ' _ II_ _ _I_ I _I Beaaja8rrwp-aJI CH EAP !tifr'?rrl OKffiSr Si'ot afected STRONWATEPlROlJ~ by gascs. qo 'RUST nor RATTjf~r;. Ovutla,,~ t-i or Iro A Duirablete bstitit<O' f P~la-teronwali-. W ater Proof ,slheashliig' of anme material,the best ome to him he goes to them and buys their accumulated savings of Canada .oin They are all his customers and know him well in the ne\e years they gave done business tugoethri. "Are you riot afraid of competition in vour business in case IL becomes generally, knownV" I asked "No," said he, "you see it requires a comparatively laige amount of moiens as a staying capital. l'hen I have to have men in the [rontier cities whbo will give me Uinted States mone3 for my Canada currency. I gcne:alIy take a trip twice a year to Detroit. Cleveland, Chicago and Buffalo, where I make these exchanges. All this requires years of piepaiation, and no outsider could step in and maki exchanges with my paleons,...

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

. .A f_ .pi~jj~isn~iff pf. -fsfW~ ~BturAlere iO;I' ,;,rl 'B.Toncl In rL Efll dx 4wmL+M3 All woik donle on short notice :d Y-our patronage sollctecl d 'e To . A. WEATHERFORDIS 0 --"I A. W "'TH r J70R ~D Y plur-s napuapzLmnnlTnrurr LurdvngrwnsnYdssl,,,,. ld I YLP I a-ll\j*sU bim*YMYIII nl Th( -ader. W i1 Feas C C C Crockelr' FEARS WrAxy, xa33.atlie9, Texas. Omle, Up stairs 11 .)>alis building, southeast coi1 er of square Notary Public in ofllce. DI RECTORFY. fh urches. B.xPri-ST-S C Baley, pastor. Peach ng hs-econd Lnd lou tih Sundayrs cnd Satulatvs me-lie, of eachI moltlI at 11 a nl tnd 7 S p In. Chu. chl conf-ionce S:t,'uirday before tlle ih :t riASlnd.t1 11 ea ch Tmoli l und(lvy-~lcool aU 10 a m., N V. Lo\ett, Silpellontfl119elt CniT'ISTL': - vW E C um pasto1 Pieachmin, e\cry hliast Sunpday at 11 a m and ni}ht B]e~1 ilt bread every Sunday a m Social worslitp atnd song practlte c0ery F1lay inglit Svu:,day :choel at 10 a mI , John HI. Smith, tup)evnLneliden 1',OT30D fSLT M. E .law...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 April 1897

"Ariz for Al wt, a Some 200 pair IL1 iighl tan,-, in 0.,J)lood, razor or plain toes. The> are carried f..o. last season and we want to clean up every pair of then. $5.50 and 5').00 tans ,-3.50; ,4.00., ,d $,3 50 tais $26; f?3 00 tan shoes $-225. W.. Kneeland TTHE S BROU9S . .~,~ Th= f X; ~ ;i' A ,1 0 1 e s X f I b r O -t rn a r tz i l Or t i-er. hie, Hillsboro an'd Temple. iter their pleas of fnllecd iLL. The commissioners we;e called follwin hae ben ohn Roberts, hoigcs following bave bee ii Joh oberts, shooting caps, 1hm to-day The purpose of the :k~ f~~lined '10. raeetmn Nsas to rive irmLiediato altenDanry DOT111+ te.I Coty court conveenOs ne-xt "ion to tie I), I(4eCS throu(o1.l1ut theC $3 and 10 davs in rMonday and * vwin hLave a full dock-, Iuonay <'c wl oc county. The neYw itV gIves Ce',, et to dispose of. . ' .t . o d*poe of. C eommtissloner authority to repair ,n di1sturbing1 c thle ..................................... inq7 d'lt~libill, t O iSoads anl iidges :t ocare. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 April 1897

ERVIN sL Cid HmALL'S 6gM ill t~ i^5tl Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER Will restore gray hair t, its youthful color and beauty-will thicken the growth of the hair-will prevent baldness, cure dandruff, and all scalp diseases A ine dressing. The best hair restorer made. R. P. Hall Ih, came up and the bill was ordered engrossed and passed under a suspension of the rules. Mr. Turney's bill, providing tor the ,place o'f record of written contracts lor the dispoesation of railroad equ]prnent and rotdling stock, was ordered ,engrossed. Austin, Tex. X March 31 -lVhcn t!he house .convenled yesterday Mr McGoughey had Mr. Gilbough's bill r.latdng to permanent certificates for school teachers recommitted, the educationall committee having reported it adversely. He also withdrew Barrett's county text-book bill in the interest ofi a like bill known as the general or state texLbook bill. An effort to suspend the regular older and take up the msut,'nbe till failed ,Consideration of the gener.all app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 April 1897

m mystery till they met some reliable ac. quaintance, and asked his assistance ID keeping the matter profoundly quie,. It had ceased to be a secret. The affectionate daughter and the good sonin-law had known it all the time. But Pierre heeded none of this worldly gossip. For years he was the honored guest of his chilcrea., In winter he had the warmest place by the fireside. In the glare of summer his seat was where the protecting vines cast their deepest shadow on the porch II was the delight of the daughter to knil him the thick woolen slippers thai lightened the agonies of the gout, and the bright-co]lored smoking jackets that were the envy of all the old cronies who called to cheer and be cheered while they hilariously recalled the day~ when blood ran swifter. It was the handsome son-in-law who carried home the choicest wines, the finest cigars and the dainty articles of food which the old wine merchant selected with such unerring Laste. When he wen1 down to the business part of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 April 1897

;kbouu'aaurswRlurpd-aarrwg24p ^DVE1, ItrSIE A.TES. Locals 5c pei lInc and displa.v ads ~.ijc per Inch per Ipqortion I boIal cutst on ad)enefltf he says would be to the laboring classes, and a, Mr. Poo ,is a farmer, he is evidently prompted by purely philanthropic motives. AN exchange is responsible for the following: "Breathes there a man with a soul so dead, who never to himself has said, 'I'll pay before I go to bed, the debt I owe, the printer?'" There are .some, we know full well, who never such a tale can tell: bat they, we fear, will go to well, the place where there's no winter. -Press and Printer. The Missouri legislature passed a bill empowering the governor to name a commission to erect a monument to Joe Bowers of Pike county. Joe forsook Missouri in '49 for Sally, and Sally forsook Joe for a red headed butcher. ,oe's brother Ike wrote the nevs ,to Joe, and he sang it to hit, companions. The song has made Pike county famous -Ex. ONE day last week whlue sad and dreal N; as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 April 1897

iB-lrlaaiX(A ^MdjBlg agR~nEW~~i4, Waxahachie 52. Prof. Ryan of Waxahachie moves that the vote be unanimous for Ferris. The contest is over and Ferris has won. Piof. Coghlan now nominates Principal A. C. Speer as conductor of the Summer Normal. Principal Crawford of Midlothian seconds this nomination. Mit. Speer accepts and thanks the body in an eloquent manner for the compliment. Prof. G. B Winn of Boyce makes a motion that a committee of seven be appointed by the county superintendent as an executive committee, consisting of four teacher,, and three local members, motion carried. The county superintendent announced the names of the executive committee of four teaches as follows: Principal J. E Fa:-, row of Milford, Prof. Wade of P.dlmer, Prof. Massey of ZMidlothian and Prof. Liles of Avalon. County Superintendent Alderdico asked Principal Speer of Fern is to announce the three local me,nbers, viz: Messrs. Baird, Batchler and Malloy of Ferris. Rich, Red and Pare Blood can be h.id by...

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

I i A Chinese Fune'al St. Louis, Mo., March 30.-Lee Pon, grand recorder of the Chuinese Free Masons in America, was buried here Sunday His obsequies occupied two blocks of St. Lo'ui's streets for several hours, provided entertainment for 50c0 people and scared more horses than the police have any .record of. Three Chinaumen on horseb2 ck led the procession to the cemetery, sharing the honors of public notice with the Chinese bands, which played Confucian dirges, and a German, band, which performed circus tunes Lee Poln was somewhat of a church member. The Chinese band was the M'asanic end o'f the affair, but it was understood ,that the Geiman musicians were adopted as a proper concession t American custom's-as understood in Chinatown. Between Seventh and E ghith on Market street a platform was erected. Thpee tables loaded with ChiPeso delicacies were placed upoma it and the coffin was laid under 'a white sancpy Prieslts in white rdbes said prayres, the Chinese population of St. Loui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 April 1897

COURE YOURSELF? /CI[TE { L{ se Big Ol<k tor unnatural Ixn 1 ~o 5 2ekdischarges, inflamnnatioos, G..[ utastriS i rrtations or ulcerations I ] tob etr of incuuc o u s membranes. Pre~e~ta cntago Painless, ved not astrolEMIGALO. gont or poisonous. sold by Drungista, or oent in plain wrapper, by express, prepaid, for -1 00, or 3 bottles, $2 75 "; Crcuala: sent on request. Winter weather causes catarrh. Everybody knows this. But everybody does not stop to think that winter weather delays the cure of catarrh. It takes longer to cure a case of catarrh in the winter generally than in the warm season. Spring is here. Now is the time favorable to the treatment of old and especially stubborn cases of catarrh. Read what old cases Pe-runs can cure under favorable cimumstances: J. W. Orpe, Quanah, Texas, writes -I was afflicted with catarrh for twenty years; for twelve years had been partially deaf. I did not think I could be cured. I began taking Pe-ru-na, and now believe myself to be permanen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 April 1897

COUJNTY NEWS. An Italy ~yomen has her churning done by a wiud afil! on the kitchen, Shezim McCue brought im Prince ,nJe George Blasscngame from Beaumont, tee first of the week. They are wanted ac Italy, the one for ,olsag the local optIon law and the ot-er for assisting a prisoner to escape hemo the calhboose. Judge J VW. Ferris celebrated his sevent3-fourth birthday at Waxahacne Fridav. A small uorm, iesembling the caterpillar, has made its appearance in a number of orchards in and around Waxahachie. The work of the ,aorta is destroying the blooms, bidds and leaves of everything it attacks. The annual convention of the Ellis county Sunday School Assocititon was held in Waxahachie Thursday and Fiiday. Ennis Meteor Mr. J. M Meritt was in town to-day and stated that he lost three mules and one horse in the flood of Sunday. He also said that three farmiles who had camped on Waxahachie cleek were water bound and only saved their lives bx making a boat out of the waagon bed and getting o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 April 1897

VOL. 4. NO, 30. FRRS,, ELuS COU-NTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1897. A Batt'l of Giants. A battle royal is on. The contestants ave two commercial giants, and the arena mu the whole Union. On one side is the Standard OilTrnst, wiiC an alimost complete possession of the field and untold millions at its command On the, other are the Cudahy brothers of Chicago. shrewd, d.tring spieli, vit' a baching of almost unlimited resouLrces. Thle Stahldard Oilf Trust i, to be put oni the defensive The Cuadbah s are the attacking partie-. They are o oin to make j a supreme effort to xwrest [from thie triist its oaigantic ,,monopoly. aTiThv 1 1 m)a 1ioa +1I)PP.1 'T17oi , o 1n their fuel oil, the Yerkes Street Railway company, of Chicago, which is one of the largest consunmers of fu el oil in the country . + -Ex. The County Gained the Suit . F' The court of criminal apea... j=;/ a for the fourth district, In session , j a rz ,o E : B at Austin Thurscday of last, week, affirmed the Va~eryf Ap-".,_ Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 April 1897

ERVIN =SIS'BIE~=kall M Min -rMj~l ca.-Ig ~rr Ba rm m m r-S -. i i ~ --1, , -r, -., " - '-, -T v 7 0Plf But3ita-Yy iii BiPmfcjm~-~~-nu-^iii ~ i wsiw^, wwrMri* wM^p * j ( f^e ri.WACO HORSE SHOW. House and Senate Austin, Tex, April 7.-Lieut. Gov. Jester called the senate to order yesterday morning Chaplain Jackson offered the morning invocation. The first business before the senate was by special order the text book bill, but on motion o'f Mr Yantis the regular business wais suspended and his bill, creating a more efficient road system for M'liam county, was taken u'p, ordered engrossed and passed under s'uspension of the rule's. On miltion of Ml Beall Mr Roger's bill, allowing fidelity and guaranty companies to become sureties on bonds of any character, wao -taken, up and finally passed-yeas 15, nays 6. Mr Bowser called up his bill requiring corporations that have to make a deposit with the state, to make their deposits in Texgas securities. An amendment by Mr Beall, striking out the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 April 1897

SITUATION ALARMING SUPREME TEST OF THE LEVEES FAST APPROACHING. The Destruction Wrought by the Water in the St Flancis iasin an .the Ya/ooDelta Maybe Repeated in the Tens.as Basin Election Law to be Teste'i Memphis. Tenn, April 8 -The supreme test of the levees south .of Vicksburg and Arkansas is fast approachrag The river at , icksbuig has been falling for some days on account of the rush of waters from the main channel through the crevasses above into the Yazoo delta This water is again returned ta the channel though the mouth ot the Yazco river, and its influence is beingg felt at Vicksburg, where the gua'ge is now marking higher figures Within a few days the "lest of the rise will be opposite Vicksburg and the channel will continue to Jeepen unless the levees break 'The Louisiana people keenly realize the gravity of the situation The destruction wrought 'by the watei in the St Francis basin and the Yazoo delta may be repeated in the Tensas basin, vhich begins in southeastern Ark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 April 1897

buccIlssoj;t iO THE F]RI{IS y'SXriTiiIL $1.oo A Year. Published every Calmdav and enteiad at the postofdce at Fcirib, c'ea, s second-clas mall mai'l,C Il R^.IIG ATE'S. Locals ,C per l',-e and display ads 2/,.c pe2r Inch pt i inScibiofi I bo I ]al cuts on ads for 1eo:i pace o. long time H county family so0ighu safety from a storm in a' storm house, which caved in, resultlng in one child benig taken out dead and another with a broken leg and shoulder dislocated. ;rr -aaisrsEsEI-C;Llsrieas an*r r*an?rmi7lmnrmcnl rasrnnaaa Your P0atronge Solicited. Hfere is the kind of an obituary a Tennessee edito. recently gave a delinquent: "Crock Floods (ied last night, owing this paper for ten years subscripting. It is reported that he said just before he pegged out that lie fel like he was floatin. upward. No doubt of it. Crock had got so low down that he had to slide up-hilJ to get in to perdiLionc" F1REE-Three mouths subscnption oven to one of sex\n stbandaid news)apres with a 30)( cent purchase...

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