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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 May 1897

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Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 May 1897

; Hay certainly didn't make poetry while the sun shone. Notwithstanding the tariff, sausage will continue to go down. , If you knew that to-morrow would be your last day how would you spend it? There is a sense in which the blood of every sacrifice lifts somebody into a higher life. Spunk has been placed on the free list in America, but it is still heavily taxed among the six powers that are blockading Crete. , Scorp Drooper of West Virginia wants an office. He may find out how sharper than a scorpion's tooth it is to have a drooperlng boom. A machine has been invented for photographing the voice It is a modest machine, however, and did not try to negative what Mis Fitzslmmons had to say at the ringside. When John Hay Wrote "Little Breeches" he was perhaps in training for his appearance in ambassadorial court costume, which consists mainly of a powdered wig and knee "pants." Baby boy McCormick comes into the world the grandchild of the richest grandpa in the United States Wealthy as...

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

v ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~ -1 --mp"""" ", The '',irks ana Greeks London, April 24.-An Athens eorl respondent says that the crown prince, Constantine, has wired to King George az follows: "The Turks were quier Friday, owing to our success Thursday. We nave destroyed the Turkish battery at Lige-ria. The Turks have retired trom Nezeros and Rapsani. The action of our fleet at Katerina was excellent. T was in the first line of fire Thuesday." The correspondent says' "The Turks are greatly dismayed by the destruction of their stores at Katerina and at Litochoron. Commodore Sachtouris destroyed the stores from the coast to the foot of Mount Olympus Nothing remains, therefore, for Edbem Pasha to carry away but hunger. The coast road being barred, the only remaining road from Salonica is the Veria road, eight days from Ulassona. "The reports of the injury to the railway line by the blowing up of bridges and a tunnel are confirmed. "Financially, everything is going wefl and the -value of paper money h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 May 1897

---jj^ ltoij ^ MMiia .u i0jTani^ rrjir i j^^j. t~llM ' JmC B. ---..T---..Z^iryPft lnr f rflI-mIT^^nnl.T-r Tmrffi-rr.-IT ln Rll JtlgB alS iaiaaa img~aaB~g $1.oo A Year. PaIbhlid every 8atuiday and entei,ed at the postoffce at Ferlis, Texas, as second-clas; imail matter JD7-E RTISI-YG R7J= S. Locals 5e per lihe and display, ads 17}15 per inch per in-eition Libeial cuts on ads for hlrge space o0 longtime. --r f -< J I PRESIDENT McKINLEY lias been induced to use his good offices to passify the Green-Grant patronage war by an equal division of the spoils, and now peace may reign in the republican ranks in Texas, though Grant says he will have the "whole hog or none." Of the compromise Chairman Green says: "Well, it is this way: The regular organization will be recognized at all times and the party strengthened by the selection of first-class men to fill the offices Grant is to control his congressional district, I am to control my congressional district, Hon R. B. Ila}ley will have th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 May 1897

and invite the ladies especially to call and examine them. We have in this line Lappet, Chatillon and Mimora Mulls, Gaze Cordenet, Organdies, Dimities, Ducks, Suitings, Calicoes, etc. Also a full assortment of the Prettiest Laces and Embroideries ever brought to Fernis. Our elegant line of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS and HATS of the latest styles will interest the gentlemen. In short, our stock is complete and our prices can't be beat. FERRI IS, TEXAS. ,. M. Hardin, Ilave you seen those hats for ladies, misses and children, at J. A. Carpenter / I \ Farmers are chopping cotton, Have your printing done at TriE WHEEL job office. ICE-Leave your orders for ice with Mutz x. Pledger ue want you to try Dr. Simmons' Sarsaparilla, we know it will benefit you. 50 cents and 50 doses. W. A. BMrd and Crum

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

OECURE YOURSELF! /' s Iex Big G for unnatural I to 5 das dlischaigeis, iniannaiations, ,.Guaraneed . irritations or ulcerations Ot to attlote f Huicous niembranea. revents contaglo. Painless, and not astrniHEVANS 0HmIcALC0, gent or poisonous MmATt.--~ Sold by Drn"ggist, .B.or sent in plain -rapper, by express, prepaid for Sl (0(, or 3 bottleci, $2 75 tCrculai Bent on request. paiT'i?^!'!''^"B S.WILLSON s ahead beer done and it is fealed the high water will do more. Southwest of 'Waterloo a waterspout occurred apd half a dozen arms are inundated, the farm of E C Lacy being completely swept of everything. In the western part of the county much damage to faims is also reported and several large bridges on the Cimarron and Cottonwood are abandoned Trains are all delayed by washouts Near Clifton, Lincoln county, scores of farms have been swept of everything and many cattle and horses drowned Neai Cusling many people have been driven fiom their homes by high water, but no fatalities have ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 May 1897

_p_ __ SHATTERED, fhe Precariou, Condition of Prof. A. -I. Nye. A Prominent Iowa Educator's Painful Experience as Related by Him to a Newspaper [Mai From the Gazette, Cedar Falls, ltwa. The la grippe, that dread disease a box, which he reluctantly did, and after re that had such a run throughout this ceivmng them decided to vive them a fair tiial country three and four years since,The hist box releved hlm n a surprising 4eft manv who were previously in ro manner, yet he was not convinced that it was the medicine that helped him, but the weather bust health with shattered constitu which had turned pleasant. and did not send tions and seemingly confirmed invalids. or a further supply until he was again about Prof A H. Nye, living at No 2500 Olive as bad as before taking the pills Then he Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa, was among the num concluded he would make another trial, and her left by the disease in a precauous condi took three boxes. and to-day is nearly it not tion, his nervous sys...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 May 1897

___I_ __RnrmZbmCdmmrqDI(AqllC(C Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kinds of kidne. and bladder troubles, removes grave els, cures diabetis, seminal emissions weak and lame backs and all irregularities of the bladder in both men aud women, regulates bladder trou. ble in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on recelpt of one dollar. One small bottle is twomaonths treatment, and we will cure any case above mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL, sole Manufacturer, Box 128, Waco, Tex. For saleby W. A Baird, Ferrs, Tex. READ THIS. Mr. E W. Hall, Waco, Dear Sir: -Six years ago the 20th of June I was stricken down with a diabetic kidney trouble, then after a while it ran into gravel trouble and then back to diabetes and bladder affection. I began your great remedy in April, this year, and had I used it regulhi I think I could have passed a critical examination for any life insurance company. I consider your remedy the safest, quickest an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 8 May 1897

nS 0 I 'i Ii Circular Letter. Newv Orleans, La., Apr. 15, '97 To EDITOR oF TTE I , WIEIL. DEAR, SIR:-Gen. J B. Gordon, Commandling Unted Confederate Veteral'-, respectfully requests ,'1e press, 1oth daily and weekly, of the whole country to aid the ,atriotie and benevolent objects ,of the United Confederate Veterans l)by publishing (late Reunion is to lake place, Nashville, Tenn , on Tues(day., Wednesday ,and Thursday, June 22nd, 23rd and 24tb, 1897, by publication of ,lhis letter, with editorial notice. It will be the largest and most important U. C. V. Reunion ever held. The personnel of the Nashville Reunion Committee under the leade;'ship of its chairman, Col J. B. O'Bryan, is a guarantee that everything will be done for the comfort and convenience of the old veter.,n4s and ll visitors which ii in the power of man; it is a splendid body of -very able and distinguished Coeradles, who are fully alive to the magnitude of the work entrusted to them in enLtertainin and caring for the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 8 May 1897

1___1 _ Air imrpurem ood Eating rich and hearty food, sweets and fats In winter, close confinement and breathing vitiated air in office, store, shop, house, factory or school. room, necess vae rily makes the blood impure, a ak an d eruptions, bolls, pimples, humors, are the result DizzlnosS, indigestion and many other troubles are also caused by impure blood. SarsaHood's 'pria Is the best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier. ,W,' r -Pjlla; blcSurenausea, indigestion, Nod' P iXS Sl ls> biliousness. 25 cents. e~~~r~ ~ ~~-s~ -~YI ---~l ~lI _ _____ PATENTS, TRU, MARK Examilnatlon ano, Advice as to Patentabll.ty of Inve-ltnl Seold foi, ' Inventoi% (Guide o1 How to Geta rFatent "O A.khIELL give ,.1y Vi s^ty;/ ca .s^ quiS ticK . f alid ciles 01 s$t ct" s enult oI b(,iI 'I oi tet'Iiol:a]l, and l o dl v~' treafisl)P;it frto. Dr. Ui. li GlRi l( 'bONS , Atlnta, Ga. t mBa} I 3.?1^{ %H B.WI LLSON :]TT AT Tn! 'LIP ~TPl,~ ,-i 1 T AI I STORE TS ^ ^ drl LCAAI'AOGUE SENT F!EE ON Al'lICA';'lON n . ...

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

"X" rays in locating foreign objects ia the flesh. His delicate sense of touch is all that is necessary. On one occasion a bullet had been imbedded in a boy's leg for several years. Attempts to locate it !had been of no avail Runnung his finger tips lightly over the boy's arm, Reese declared that he had located the ball. The attending physician, who accompanied the boy doubted Reese's assertion and was at first reluctant to commence the operation. "I know the ball is there,' 'said Reese. "Cut into the flesh as I have described and your will find it" The doctor was finally persuaded to pertorm the operation, and to his amazement found the bullet in the exact place Reese said At would be found. "I am not a Schlatter,' he -vwill reply when asked to explain how he acquired his mysterious gift. "I do not profess co be a divine healer. The only explanation I can give is that my sense of touch is more -delicate than that of the average human belng Peese rc-y'ves dozens of letters every dav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 8 May 1897

...._________~~~~~~~~~~~ -*'*,_______________.^____;_______________'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~3 C SUCCESSOt; TO TIlE FE]RIS SENF1XEL $r.0o A Year. ,15tbItshed e\cry Satuiday and entered at the postofhce at Ferns, Texas, as second-cla~,s mail matter. -ID CETIII'I,. NAI IAES. Locals ,e 1)ei hue and display ads 1' ~ c por Inchl pel insi'lr, Ol Libesil cuts on ads 1I1 laige space or long time H_:United State2s senate devided by a large majority Wedriesday that this country and Great Britain shall not settle their differences by arbitration yet awhile. Tin; WHEEL has received the /initial number of the Ennis SemiWeekly News launched by J. S. Hardy. The News is a fivecolunm quarto and the first number makes a creditable showing. :1 \Vj are glad to note that our friend Frank Ezzell is proprietor and "headeater" of T1E FmmRRI WHEEL. ,Tl~_re is nothing like Deing our own )oe.s. THiE WI{ERl, is a good paper.-Cedar Hill Advocate. ON the 15th of Lhis month a magnificent ronumient will be unveiled in Philad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 8 May 1897

LOCAL NEWS. iloney to Loan, Fares for Sal( ABSTRACTS mm"n OF Land o . Title. Made. 0 I II Have your printing done at THE WHEEL job office. ICE-Leave your orders for ice with Mutz ere in Dallas Saturday. Miss M'attie Holloway v, ent to Rockett Thursday where she will teach a class in music. day morning about 6 o'clock aL the home of her daughter, Mis, R. I. Rlice, having been a suffere: for years. Her funeral wa-~ conducted at the Methodis.t chltr(.5 by Rev. M. E. Haivkinm, Frida:, morning, after which her remains were taken to the Pay?' cemetery 'and buried. Na'nc3 A, Fleming (her maiden name) W,, born in Georgia, Dec. 7, 1:;, joined the church at 12 years [f age and married J. W. Jorda.' Jan. 13, 1853. She leaves a hubband and nine children to nioti:', her loss. THE W mEEL exten.scincere sympathy to the bereavec. Grandma Baxter, mother (C; W. it. Baxter, died Monday aftc, many days of suffering which s5c bore with Ch.astian fortitude. Her remains were buried in t':.c Bluff Springs ...

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

J[n Annual Session Austin, Tex, May 5.-The fiteentlh annual state convention ot tLo Wohlan's Clristlan TempelaneC union convened here yesterday nmol nng at the First Baptist church w)th a laige number of -lelegLtes in attendance The upper yor;, on of the temple of worship is nsed as the corlrvrtion hall and :s beautifully alt artisticaPly Je(orated wit! fiace and bunting 'bhe usual mottars of the grea; organization are very conspicuous and when the stranger cnters he is agreeably su ],rlsed. The press JcLi.t's rostiun' is set oet wilh terns )anl other flow"vs of a more delicate var cty. Several brooms are al ralned(l crcSswise on th walls, their bipnficncee being to rid p,',htlcs of its co0 a'ption. At 9 o'clock M1Is Stodldad of Dallas, president of the union, rapped for order and the convention opened by the singing of the hymn, "Prais-e God," the temperance doxology 1 his was fol lowed by "How Firm a Foundazoii. ' The devotional exer.( LseC3s were 'conducted by AMrs. D S S Miller ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 8 May 1897

Bret Newman, stepson of H. McClenahan, who lives near Paducah, Ky., is only six years old, but he weighs 102 pounds and is 4 feet 9 inches in height. He is taking on flesh at the rate of three or four pounds a month. A prominent horseman of Oregon says that there are absolutely no good young horses in that state. He says that within five years a good horse will be very expensive along the coast. After all the practice women have had, it is a little surprising that the best cooks are men. The ancients knew how to cheat. Loaded dice have been found in the ruins of Herculaneum. In Derbyshire county,England, there is a subterranean road seven miles long It connects two mines. An Oregon girl with two suitors named Mann and Mouss decided to be a Mann Mr Caleb Fall, of the Worcester (Mass ) S>py, is one of the oldest men in journalism. He recently celebrated Two thousand five hundred, out of a total of 15,000 cab drivers min London, own their own cabs. Maple syrup has been adulterated s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 8 May 1897

4:all's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kinds of kidney und bladder troubles, removes gravels, cures diabetis, seminal emissions weak and lame backs and all irregrla-ties of the bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder trou. ble in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of one dollar. One small bottle is twomnonths treatment, and we will cure any case above mentioned. DR. E. W. HxAL, sole Mannfacturer, Box 128, Waco, Tex. For sare oy W. A Baird, Ferris, Tex. READ THIS. Mr. E W. Hall, Waco, Dear Sr-Six years ago the 20th of June I was stricken down with a diabte e kidney trouble; then after a while At ran into gravel trouble and then back to diabetes and bladder affection. I began your great remedy in April, this year, and had I used it regular I think I could have passed a crti( ai examination for any life insurance company. I consider your remedy ,he safest, quickest and cheapest of all now on the market...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 May 1897

a 07J1tt1es c>5 ti q ile1 ll -tlteslltl Itllloe, l)lit oc of tTle olenL 3.lssavater lo,, lellila lsEi i-le il 9,l<et, (,f tlle +,()-l (l ;Yt s;)1l+-l l e ^ael.)+ C] w1aC 59:lleitT (Il)le tO llrl]4) ;,1N lle ^.S\ A;\ cltellof) al oullfl R ltll l 1 cl a lcl calue a>-raz l | , . 1 , , ' Dosi 1 Tobafto Sa:t ;w1zl S:>.(be l()utr lii'e AnToy tne elf}lltsl Cltlt' a)le tO il('.l' alll(ilfr; ' .. . [ cD = I To qult tosacco c<wslly .lnd folexel be mag I the Stl l;l)s ill Sl o lqexv gloun.l retlc 1ull Or llre, ne}ve and Vl,,OI, take No-To B.lc, the svol:(lel-wol lwer, that malres lveak men Ee also rTlsltecl tlle school fie(uellt stro lg All dlugglsts, .>()c ol ul Cure cTualan 1 1 * 1 teed L;oolulet .lld sample free Address y xvnlle tllele lal ^was (l',llgilteCl StellulQ Rea3edy Co, S)lllUAgO or New Yolk i with the work done by ers and pupils. Mirs. Cora Douglas sister-in-law, Mrs. 11. Sylvana. iMay 12, 1897, EDITOR FELRRIS WHEEL: *I read your paper with great ,pleasure-especi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 May 1897

PENOUIN BABIES QUEER. They Can" Their Parents No End of Trouble. From Young Idea: You will notice that the penguin baby is very fat and looks as though he might be extremely good for eating, but if you could see father and mother penguin just now you would find them uncommonly thin. The care of the baby has so worn upon their minds acnd the trouble of finding enough fish for three to eat, that all superfluous flesh for the time has vanished. Baby penguin has a curious nest. The mother tucks the egg away softly and safely among her warm feathers and even moves slowly and with great gravity over the cliffs, carrying the egg, while father penguin goes fishing. Mother penguin looks as fat during this time as the baby does now, but when the egg is hatched she goes fishing, too, and soon grows as thin as father penguin himself. You notice the funny little wings just beginning to start on baby's shoulders. Well, mother and father penguin have longer ones, but they are still more like fins ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 May 1897

I- IPIUI II-P 1PII WI IIW__ QB I/IIYPACULYIII IY -I -^- -9LIIRBQ -----LB IW I(BIBIYICIPB- U- .. mre$, lnll trhat'oni, pf ~/it (,-zran ewd . Illilt.liOelb or llnICltI~i)1 t-~ !}j Dot to 3 t ,*Lur ot ic I oUb 1 LIilbelll illes. _jpl..> .3 IjU :; ( i.nllllt ',, utId Iiot afia, -7 <, A ,, ff or t-t 1in pli.n N\iappor, %, "s. ,,//~ ~ 1. t x pree< , '{ni ,I, for *'<?'^. ~ ~ ~ ~ ' W rn ^-^li ? or I l~ottlfcs, '!;. 7-> t~~~~~~~I i~ a,^",* ;r.ubnt oil lejuest_ Washington News Washington, May 11-The house yest terday resumed the transaction of pub. lie business, which has been suspended since the Indian appropriation bill was sent to congress three weeks ago The consideration of the senate amendments to the sundry civil appropriation bill was entered upon under special order providing for a recess each day until disposed of Mi. Simpson of Ktansas pursued his tacLics ot the last few weeks in attempting to harass the majority with points of no quorum, but without success, and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 May 1897

*^___"~~~ __ _., ~SUCCESSO; TO THE FE]RRIS SENTINEL. $i.oo A Year. Published exerv Satui dav and enter* d at tile postofice at Feri , Texas, as secoad-cLiss mail matter ADY-ERTISING -1STE'S. Locals 5e per li1l and displai ads t12,3C 1per inchI per inertion. Libeial cuts on ads lor laige space 01 long trae I5J , Time Table. 'North bound. South bound. '!o51--5 51 p m -No. 2-10 21 a m 6' 3_-8 15 a m , 4-8.12 p m 15-11 30 '< , 16-4 37 " FRANK EZzRLL, Editor. SATURDAY, May 15. 1897. Tire Manifest festivities will be held .n Dallas ,lay 17 and 18. TimL Turkey in the east is gobbling up Greece. -Gium:CE's war withJtuikey has 'Cost lhcr a ] etgo quantify of her ~Hellenic glo3ir' and i(t.^5,000,000. Frank Ezzell is now full owner 'of Tj1E FERRIS WUEEL. Frank, the Herald wishes you unbounded revolutions '(of success.-Lancaster Herald. qYhtt,,t]k you, Bro. Green. T<)o muciC rain of late for the 'good of health and crops. A week or two of sunshine would 'be hailed with delight. The weathe...

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