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

S O kT. American Hosiery Co. are Wilson Bros. makesmen's imported hose in fast black and tans, 2 pails for 25c. $5 Shoes $3.050. This don't mean all our $5 shoes for $3.50, but it means nearly one hundred pairs in odds and ends that must be closed out at once. These include all our light tans in lace and button, Russia calf and vici kid, Arlington, Yale and Beacon toes. Not a shoe in the lot but what is a $5 value, but now $3.50. MEN'S SHOES. $4 and $3.50 Shoes for $2.50. This is a lot of about six dozen men's shoes in light tan and black, lace and low cuts in calf, kangaroo vici kidBut they are to close a t $2.50 Men's tan black Oxford and em broidered plush slippers, $2 and $2 50 grades now $1.50. TMen's Summer Slippers in leather and embroidered, $1.25 grade, but in this sale at 75c. 5 or The BoyV. We are preparing to open the most important department for boys this fall that has yeb been attempted in WVaxahachle, hence all present stock must go. You can [take pick of any of the ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 June 1897

FRANK EZZELL, Pub. and Prop TERRIS, : : : : TEXAS. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS. The Santa Fe has greatly reduced its force in the shops and roundhouse at Gamnesville, Cooke county. Work began a few days ago on the new Eastland county jail at Eastland, and it will be pushed rapidly to completion. The other night in Houston a man named Fox, who kept a butcher shop, fell dead without any warning. Heart failure. Several days ago King for unnatural a /m 1 to 5 dav e ~ dibcharges, inflamniations, .Gunaranteed Irritations ol ulceritions .nct to strir of m u c o u s cl [branes. Prevents pentagon. Painless, and not aBtnrn> THEEVmAS GHEMICAL00, gtent or poisonous. ;~" ONINNATI,0.[ Sold by Druggisgts, , S A. 7 or sent in plain wrapper, '~ ~/A ]by express, prepaid for +,,._ " " c, ~$1S 00, or 3 bottles, $2 7-5 e c., u. Circulal sent on request. iT Ric qukly Sendfor'"3S00InventionsWanted " GET RICHJdgal Tate n ay Wotk guaranteed STARR Writeto manufacturers Jesse Freneh l'Piano land Organ Co, BB 8ftd ffi...

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

inside, and thinking he was Denton, dragged him out at the point of pistol and shot him to death. Hayden's brother, Blll, who was with him, ran and escaped. The affair has caused much excitement among the negroes of the section and trouble may result AN ARKANSAS RIOT. ON OUR BIG BUGFARI3 INSECT HUNTERSCONFRONTED BY A PROBLEM, ,xtermlnating Moths and BeetlesMeans to Prevent Their Spread-Cornmeal a Much Desired MYocking Bird Dainty. , OVERNMBNT rX s ~bug hunters have ; Y^ been engaged reYYJ W cently in the study , mQ of a new problem ^ E^^ AThey have organ~] ^ lzed a sort of lnt^ W^ sect farm and are ' \ Charles Silva The arrival of the vessel created a great deal of excitement in this city. The men have little to say and refuse to be interviewed. Details have been gleaned from one of the sailors. The Rlscayne was loading at Fort Lauderdale when Hamilton, the Pinkerton spy, with a commission as deputy United States mai shal, attempted to stop them. He went on board the tug with two me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 June 1897

.SUCCESSOI TO Tin-; FJ ;iERRIS SXNrIXEL $z.oo A Year. IPablishedl oery SatUidav and cnteied at the postofn(e at FPelil, Toias as socond-cl,.-s mia1ul maptt-l Ripans Tabules gentle catharteic ias~iil'I?'!'^ 1^ s JF!^ N ho can thinic | \ M a i f E d A no f s o im e s it np lo nl b 4 I G ay-A thing to patanti Protect yovu ideas, they nay bring you wealth Write JO-N EVWEDDEREURN with ilte'ileetull light LIKe two you1no bUillS they t\,nl-l 1"l tle :l tillunlla.intolo o our llmental u'Wglt bo well they lo\e the n schools, }istoiaus ~tite, A'lien llaiaaid by hlid times was oxeiboino, Theiy saved it iiom impending, adecise fate By county piouuce, esen with pecks of coi n. And we, my friends. it we would educabe Our riing young and build substantial schools, Mut lcain to saciltice, must toil and wailtSuccess is his whose aidor never cools And when tlhe school is built we Imust oppose, Ithi zeal unllinching, tile destroyers band, we must make commonly cause against itz toe's And bold in its d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 June 1897

LOCAL NEWS. -;anzamouari umoaM-aasaaaarwasilrz says the wind did not cover a strip over 40 yards wide. It seems to have been a small-sized cyclone. Mr. Allen's cow A,,,S: tied to the stable and when it blew over she was drawn up by the neck and hung, but was cut loose in time to save her Ripans Tabules assist digestion. Ripans Tabules: one gives relief. I\~~~/"o ~~~~~A ~~~ J.S. Parons of India wal.a +\\ )'*./ pleasant caller at this office yes/44?, /\+\^ terday. Another rain Thursday. Go to G. PI. Marshall for Ic Cream Freezers. Uncle Jack Batchler visited hi daughter, Mrs. Farrar, at Enni Thursday. Don't send off for your chatty mortgages. Get them at th/ office. Prof W. E. McKnight return ed Thursday from a trip to south ern Texas. Dr. Davis has moved froi t_ Widow Young house to th Sn}der house. Miss Maud Davis entertained : merry crowd of young folks Wed nesd%} evening. Mrs. C. W. McElheny came in fC' Wedtal W nesday on a fem dayp' visit to relatives. Miss, Adran Dudley cnteiret...

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

. real re/l headed man alxvavs has a faee that 1S relldel' than hl8 halr LlQt'OIt ll.tBltr PONlTI5'3i:LY CURED. Nolo Tzentment-AYlltten guarabtee glven-no enlc no pay Slld 2e stamp for tre.xttFe Neurotlco Medleme (So, llolnellzvllle, NE Y. Mentzoll thls paper. plug hat iB as raro of late a laughter at a funerhl. FoR w0XvE oNLYCzech Language to Be Used. Vienna, June -8 -By order of Emperor Francis Joseph, Count ]adeni, the Austrian premier and mmlniter of the interior, has declared the session of the lower house of the diet to be closed. Count Badeni declared that recent events had prevented the house from fulfilling its fune+lions and it was imperatively necessary in the interest of the state to prevent a repeltiton of such scenes as they ttlded to undermine the foundation of parliamentary institutions. Th3 govc i nmtit was conscious of its reJptI}'tnllity, ]it it felt bound to pre ent the interest of the state being prejudiced by such obstruction. Therefore, by order of the, empero...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 June 1897

n IIIIIIUDn nWIllm rlrllr rp I~~Sl yalDugss THE ADVANCE ACENT OF HEALTH Os qNEW DISCOVERY:;. sgil stPATENTS TRADE MARKS DROPSYir^ ~q ik I Qiellot fand cml esoIst PAM 6.Bf cases Send for book ot tctymonials and 10 days' treatment Free. Dr. lI.U.Gllthb'S SONS, Ataata, Ga. Examination and Advlee as to Patentability of Invention Send loi "In entor~' Guide, o\ How to Geta Patent " O'FARRELL , for tracing and locating Gold or Sllver ta1, .hr, elPp. .ront1 . bPm,. WRITEi'Ot1 AM1PILS raOY e lost or baired tieasuies , . I1. y MANILLA ROOFING CO --PANY,CmLden,N J GO ID'OLKEBox 37,Southington,Con. 'Pi~~~~~MA RO CadSnX I- ---- -- --9 ar~~l~gT -OtlCl[8 WH[RE ALL ELSEFAiLS, __ Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use .t g'j in timp. Sold b~y dnrugists.__ g HWg~m9l'^' '>Iiiri "ti.t Ui'jI~mii~-i~m~nlr~ 'ig-i ** lvlllv-wv^v'***Pv~p Vegetable Sicilian HAiR RENEWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vitality; prevents baldness; cures itching and dandruff. A fine hair dressing. IR...

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

^"gtjffB'Mg^Ba^. iH. .rannlsnsyipaan~n~hm.,~~l~ rP~. ~uffcr ~ l~k~duu;pax^^rrg***Bnb^--nrxw**Ulldsl^ ^... ^, --, ____________________~~~r Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's Creat Discovery cures all kinds of kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravels, cures diabetis, seminal emissions weak and lame backs and all irregularities of the bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder trou. !le in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by marl on recoept of one dollar. One Fsmrall bottle is twomonths treatment, and we wfill cure any case abo,'e' mentionedl. D_. E W. UALL, s:le YJannfacture:', Box-; 128, Waco, Te-. For sBee by %". A Baird, Ferns, Tex. READ TIIIS. MIr E W, Hall, Waco, De-r Sir: Six years ago the 20th of June I vwas stricken down vwith a diabetic kidney trouble, then after a while it ian into gravel trouble and then back to diabetis and bladder affection. I began your great remedy i April, this year, and had I used it regular I think I coul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 June 1897

tv. Ileeessal 1t' oltler jo Onl leitlcXvlon:t) ta 1loltxl) ()' +rtl---aeJl-O--o {.) (3t raSlroafl ;z.cs Alre rllUst lirlo.rl-tl. l'-t.tIXe t>lae tllcle: let llle 11()5, 's3Rl,,ly CSt)ede wO 3tiel3t1 tt' totr I,'>et tO lhe (GOl'. 'r$1C' fO-t't' Oillt' 'llC a cll1E1el' \(3U shoui(i nols I131ss 1, 121et'llt fOl' e3.9l''/ ('itlZcl! 7.1 110 '$;lS icetlll;, IJCV 1)e l jeill trolll 50tl l 11;(S l>(9.iUll 0! 8,()lL1t\)02tA el e. avolce. 1T 2. Re}SSER 1b''t0' ('.etltb fisicuIs i'l)l illzlll.ltlltA's tlalrl3,an slstlz COI;olessolaal CllS {sa<e, 1I1 {lit lillele l, ot hevlEtI; C clll(t eotl) I ot t c le.lll up alcl (lislnlell, t)tts1,}.v' A.S s1' \'" 1l')+ s.l13 tl lCt, ftectO CITIZE2 . sc} ilecl " ) ' Slel l r aS ' V {c X ivA-^} ti\7 L1 t t }, e O < > l c f l t 1 f. O c 1 t t . (1 .1 L i i) t t _ (t 1 ll t i ] tt ! A t i t ' L l i e \ 0 t l;l-ste ut'aJ t", ' A l e t rty tl.s ln ' tA t.s'C,0'e 't' (yi' tab) Cover t{) twit l '' t)il 'OF i.lilS. 00 e Call not tli'Oi'zi to vlelt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 June 1897

call"d ~ ~ ~ ~a~~iaz X ialt 61. CUant Sleep, Because the nerves are | *l weak and easily excited h j? and the body is in a feverish and unhealthy condition. Nerves are fed and nourished by pure, rich blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives sweet, refreshing sleep because it purifies and enriches the blood and builds up the system. HOR b parilla Is the best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier. Hoor~d's Pills cure nausea, ndlgestin, Hood's P t~lie*biliousness. 25 cents. FRANK EZZELL, Pub and Prop. FERRIS, : * : : ' : TEXAS. fulrlllllaabLbU)IILlULBlallHIIIILIlI IlilU UIIlIlBBddddWI: tj I I ~qi~TI~Trmirlrnmi~IInllllr !roWmilt ~m wemaw! 3 75 3 60 emsternWh eel 'Works <330 MAKER5 not liuJre the lost delicate plaints Cray Mineral Ash is full v aranted x here directions are folloxNed Fend tot ou l httle" Bup Book" It mav saxe 3ou lots ot money Natanal Mining and Milling Co , Baltinmore, Md. Cariled in stock by all leading Nholfsale drugg~istNxeet, and bkm health 25 cents At druggists o] b1 mail...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 June 1897

P~ uusY. ... urmiu . LUnz----rm r-ruPLllsi-. - VIIIIIIUYT--r LBUI--IYY.P -QI- s NY*DY Y Y * -IY IUII of audience and the pearl mcque The last of these buildings is a tiny threedomed marble jewe), called by one the daintiest little building in all India, and which, as another has said, "should be kept in a jewel-case " The hall of public audience is a red sandstone structure, richly inlaid with marble, open on three sides and supported by beautiful colonades The emperor's throne and canopy made of white marble and adorned with bads, flowers and fruits in semi-precious stones, stood in the center of the back wall of this court of audience But the crowning glory of the palace was the Diwan-i-Khas, or private hall of audience, an open, white-marble building, richly adorned by inlaid work, formerlv decorated in gold, and the ceiling plated with silver In the center of this superb hall still stands the white marble dais on which was formerly placed the world-famous peacock throne, whose v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 June 1897

}t ( CcSS o i TO TI I i ,,E.s b i, r X A.X $i.oo A Year. Publlished emery S:aturida and enteled :: thoepobtoineCC at Fetk,-, Texas as beconcl-cla-s n1,M1l ymalter ,e Mvrw K P poTnT 1M[I T CASSIDY,, Proprietors FERRIS GINo Ice mngn the fieldCs Saturday, but Sunday evenpossession of the trophy the nlles ing rain fell in toirents. are now compelled to relinqti:h An election fol school trustee for the honor or again enter ainto this dIstrict Saturday resulted in competition for the cup. "ieh the election of Mr. Ed Jones. have decided to enter the contest (Our Bible class was well attended ,and are confident that they wil Funday. Several from a distance again AMin the championship and were present, among the number the trophy. In view of the Trans was Miss Hattie Case oi Ferris, Mississippi E.xposition and the M5r. and( Mrs Mlack Rutherfold of plan of mnobilming the national Chappel Hill, 5r. Curlee of Groveguatrd a O nmaha, in 18J't, the creekL, M3r. Davis of Henry and participation of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 June 1897

i-j ^>5^01^y the last le.i?,:Al ture: In the ih'n-t p!,ice, the ([':jggi~l or other peri-on who ,;i:-`]es to engage in the sale of '~ - ' '~. liquois ,in a loq-fl option lXcnyt must pay tlte state an occ.ipalhiu flax of $200 and he may l'e required by ?"he county and io(,n In which he ;,uhes to sell [o Gay 820 0 orG, which, wxth The revenue, inretkes a total of e,.,3 a annual tax. These taxe,,, r'-uf be paid in a(d-ance. In addition to tLhs he has to enter into a ;d and secure bond for $2500, Fay able to the State o Texti',, iditioned that he will not ;c,! in any (luant1tv e-:cept on tlke p'es^iption of a reular practming physician addressed to him, written with ink on white piper in the handwriting of such 1)p> .-......, ! dated, numbered and sbgned by such physician, giving hi~ IL :'40e applicant's place of residlne,. and certifying on hi~ honor ihmt he has in person carefully examined the applicant, and that he finds him actually sick, nming the disease, and that he is in i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 June 1897

THE MAHER-SHARKEY FIGHT WAS CALLED A DRAW IN THE SEVENTH ROUND. Just as the Men HIad Settled Down to ,lighting, the Chief of Police Stopped ithe Bout-A Large Crowd WVas in Attendance. 'New York, June 10-Peter Maher and Tom Sharkey fought last night at the Palace Athletic club for a purse of $15,000. At the end of the seventh round the police interfeied and the contest resulted in a most unsatisfactory draw. Never in the hlsto 'y of the ring has there been such an cnoinous attendance at a boxing bout in this vicinity There were about 10,000 persons squeezed into this big building A more representative congregation of well known sporting men has never witnessed a boxing mill than that which assembled at the clubhouse last night The quantity ot money which would have changed hands had the bout resulted in iavor of either man is well up in six figures. That there would be police inteiference if the men fought hard was feared -by the majority o1 those who purchased tickets, but after the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 June 1897

B" llmB(nur lir na s rY (o IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 5cts. GALATIA, IILS., NOV 16, 18S3. Paris Medicine Co, St Louis, Mo Gentlemen -WVe sold last year, 600OO bottles of GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and have bought three gross already this year. In :al ovr experience of 14 years, in the drug business, have never sold an article that ga`' c such universal batislactran as your Tonic. Youis truly, ABNEY CARR I-bgLIPSLPAVd iV;RfiB PM -T d W N U -DALLAS-NO 24-1897 When .Answeng Advettienements Kinoiy Mention This Paper. sglea ee< e9oaoooooveoo *< * o-o OA E~ i and WHISKEY Haibitsi cured at home Nwithout, pain. Book uIVA BO~ of particular. liee. b. AL WVOLLLy, M. p , Alinta, Ga. ~e PH ~ r~i~H B.WILLSONbU*B;;a;LC;L.'IIL A DISAPPOINTED BANDMASTER hle Did His Best and Was Ignomlria ously Squelched. Earthworks had been thrown across the neck of land upon which City Point is located, says the Century This entrenched line ran from a point on the James to a point on the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 June 1897

,i i -ipi-, 7g 61 -Ea I T "1 T ' ij idjal UibtUt0iHl andli S utoo iepaii Oii All work done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed. Your patronalge solicited. Red Tom Weatherford's old stand, . A. W EATHERFORD n and nieht ]leM:ing bread eseiy Enncdav a m Social wvorslip and song practice every Friday nilghtit Sunday school at 10 a m , John HT. Smiitl, sup)cimtnndLnt. TETI{ODIST M. E FIal]VkitS. paS o. . Pieachlning 1st and 3id Svln1. at 11 a. mI and night. Player meeting c-ciy '\V'edneoday n3}1Q1t SilNday-school It 10 a mn, H AieCL" iall sCupel liitenldent, (CuAIMBE1LA-INX) PB.ESBY TEIIA; T, eI Be v. ]p T' cI P" 3,,iC1,.g eve ,econd and fourth Sunday Sitnday-seChool at 10 o 'lockc a :n U A JAii d, bsuiperintendeD!t SECR J;T' oft ~ Js21o. A F 1, and /tit Satuiday night in each mon1i +]l. ''Tt E, 'b ' VtT1-0 ''V-al'1 AGE -N,i,-f ~,ANTED--Por ,,a n (ubat by S,.nui' Quesada. Cuban elj',e5elitatl\ e at \-ahl^. trg n ]nc oisml , Cluball pat, tots In Ilenmendol's denial( A t bonanza io...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 June 1897

VOL. 4. NO 40. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1897. UUU 7^j i U u GOOD CLOTHES Are Like Good Beefsteaks They stick to the ribs. They're made right, they're pressed right,bL, they wear right, and this marked-down June sale makes the price d o U ble right. $I8.50, 16.0 15.00 or 13.50 suits $11.50; $12.50 suits now $9.75; $10.00 now $7.95; and for $6, 5 you can wear any of our $8.50 and 7.E0 suits. $5.00 ohoes for $3 .5D0 Not all our $5 shoes, but some 100 or more pairs in tans and low cuts where the lines are to be discontinued, $2.50 for $4 and 3.50 grades; $2 for $3 shoes; $1.50 for $2 shoes. All in tans, low cuts and Oxford slippers. food Quality Good makes and prospects fit even in shirts. We give you all this and when you find it different back goes the price. 95c for shirts that were $1.50, 1.25 and 1.00. They have collars and cuffs at= tached and detached. You can use white collars with some of them if you like===95c. See our window. / TTHEW BROS., Tell-the_-Tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 June 1897

FRANK EZZELL, Pub. and Prop. FERRIS, : : : : . : TEXAS. i iiii i i iii IIAMMO A man doesn't want to go to congress, to benefit the people, but to benefit himself. Piso's Cure for Consumption is the best of all cough cures -George W Lotz, Fabucher, La , August 26, 1895 Why is it they call a man I'the late,'' when he has been dead 10 or 15 yearsw Hall's Catarrh Cure Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c. There is more or less vanity wrapped' up in everything a man or woman says. oo d~tf~fl Is essential for health A Cood and physical strength, JWhen the-blood is Appetite1ww weak, thin and impure the appetite fails. Hood's Sarsaparilla is, a wonderful medicine for creating an appetite. It purifies and enriches the blood, tones the stomach, gives strength to the nerves and health to the whole system. It is just the medicine needed now. SarsaH ood s parilla Is the best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier. BHortid's~c Pills are tasteless, mild, effecHood's jril tive. All drugnsts. 25c. IT K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 June 1897

i nrUUur;rB ri I I IYYZL IU SIGNED THE TREATY. HAWAII TO BE ANNEXED TO THE UNITED STATES If the Terms of the Treaty is Ratified It Was a Very Impressive Scene in the Great Diplomatic Room of the State Department. Washington, June 17.-In the great diplomatic room of the state depart,ment, where four years and four months ago, during the closing hours of the Harrison administration, the first Hawaiian treaty was signed only to be withdrawn from the senate and thrown into a pigeon hole, the represenatives of the government of the United States and Hawaii gathered yesterday morning and signed a treaty, lry the terms of which, if ratified, the little island republic will become a Dart of the territory of the United States. Of the persons who stood in the room yesterday three were present when the original treaty was signed, Special Commissioner Lorrin Thuiston and Assistant Secretaries Adee and Cridler. The first named perhaps took a more sincere personal pleasure in the ceremony of yest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 June 1897

Itomana ur~nasrrPRr~~ P]ubhlhed o\cr) Satitnday and entered at th p)o.toffice at Ferii]>, Te.as ai ~c-oudi-c~da5 muln 1 rattilr .iD l'lilf fib I)Gl-i TJJ,. Jocatlk 5C pei IIP i anld dli.,.lav adI?~_>c )Oi pII'h p"I 111in ,se tol Llibor'l cuts on ads foi ,tlr'go space oi loiihg time H 'ta m "4-8 12 p :n 1 15-11 27 " '. 16-4I37 " VRAN-K EZZELL, Editor. io fine colts on the morning of the 13th, but to his bad luck his little jack only lived a few hours. I. J. McKay of Ferris was in toN;n Tuesday enroute to Bristol where he said he was goingr to do some painting for Bob Sparkman. Gran Norman went on a visit to his father's last week and has not returned yet. Hear lie is sick. AGEN[TS WANTED-For War in cub,i, bN Senor Quesada. ciublin 1(pie',' Ittive \at Wa,.,hmn-ton Endor-ed by ('lbll ), t td ' . In tlcii11'ndoo,. dom aud. A bonla,!/z coumm].i.ioint ]\ On body wNiiis tle only endorsed. reliable book Outfits tree credit given FletghIt [)aid. Drop all triat i aid ai,iko ,SO)0 at mon...

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