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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 June 1897

Notice is hereby given that [ht co-partnership which has heertofore existed between J. A. Wicker and W. M. Erwin, under the firm name of Wicker ,ib0 ot Cheiathlmii Chull Tonic Di. Siinnions Sar'Iaiilla, Slmntounui Cour.h S3Iup, ,.'unlitelib Livor Ptullhol, I[tlnt they harbor snakes and malaria and are dangerous; they are ugly and give the town a desolate appearance; if kept down awhile the grass would keep them down forever. Cut the weeds. Several couples of the young people met at the elegant residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. ,V. Batchler Friday evening, the inclemencyy of the weather" notwithstanding, and were highly entertained by Misses Ida Batchler and IHattie Case with the assistance of Mr. Clen Styles. Pleasant conversation and piano and violin music were the chief amusements till supper was announced and then the guests were treated to a delicious repast of cake, ice cream and fruits. It was quite a pleasant event to all in attendance. Notice to the Public. June 16, 1897. I have ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 June 1897

Gen Gordon to Resigtr. Knoxville, Tenn., June 15-The announcement of the intention of Gen. J. B. Gordon, commander of the United Confederate Veterans, to resign has caused a general uprising and a storm of protests from every confederate camp in the south. Under date of June 10 Gen Gordon sent out a circular, which has jus~ Seen received by the various camps he ends the circular as follows: "In announcing this gratifying success, I wish to make my most grateful acknowledgements to my comrades of ec ery rank, in every state. While it has been one of the chief pleasures as well as highest honors of my life to serve in the station to which your partiality 'has go repeatedly called me, and while I shall ever cherish the numberless evidences of your confidence, yet I must ask you to prepare for the selection at Nashville of some one else as your commander. "You are my witnesses that I have repeatedly in the past sought to surrender this high and responsible position; and I have yielded m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 June 1897

SYM[MER CARE Or BLANKETS. Blankets which have been used all winter, no matter how white, are never clean, and should be washed before putting away. Many housekeepers satisfy themiselves by shaking and airing their blankets rather than risk spoiling them in washing. But this is a mistake, for if the work is properly done no shrinking will take place, and the fleecy soft appearance may be retained, as well the color, for yet.rs. The necessary thing in washing blankets is to have plenty of soft water and good pure soap. Inferior soap is really the cause of the damage done woolen goods in washing It hardens the fibre and yellows the fabric. When ready to begin the work shake the blankets free of dust, fill a tub half full of hot water Dissolve a third of a cake of Ivory Soap in it Put one blanket in at a time. Dip up and down and wash gently with the hands. Never rub soap on blankets, or wash them on the washboard After the blankets are clean, rinse in warm water until free of suds. Add...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 June 1897

A Mother's Soliloquy, (On the death of her child) And is he dead" Aie the blue eyes foi e ei closed And the sweet lips That once with laughter rippled. While loseate dimples played Around the mouth,Are they palo and waxen now Those peail-tipped hands That oft in dalliance played With ni array locks of Lair, Oi Nexed me with then marks On elair and oed: Are they now stilled in death All' could I bling him hael: No finger m-i ks. nor xvaywaidne-ss. Of childiQ, thoughtlessnes, Should ever vex again. I'd school my heart to patience And my lips I d teach To speak soft nwords In spite of provocation Gladly I'd bear His childish petulance !rnd count his presence payment lull For all my sacrifice. And is he gone? I scarce can realize That in God's iealm A blow like thi, could cuish a mothers. heart Soft-lift the sheet And let me gazo once more On the deal idel ot my heait. Alae my child So tan, so wondrous iair And sweeter now And doaiei too Since thou ait wrenched away These empty arms, Em...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 June 1897

C Below w< mary of th report for complete county: The con crop is an a perhaps th: age, due tc and cool r small from cessation of dry weather plant, a fa( reports of s in localities has been in been a verj acreage sil owing to so ing planted crease is ab! year's cmca, ded uc/d fro correspond( ton groin( av craen dat Except nr KILLS HER TRADUCER. -Miss Fannie Jackson, Well Known Here, Kills Ed Kilgore at Ladonia. Miss Fannic Jackson of Ladonia, 'Texas, but who has been for the past several months conducting a millinery store at McKinney, shot and killed Ed Kilgore at Ladonia Thursday e nemng. In 1888 Kilgore killed a man in Ladonia and he and Miss Jackson were sweethearts and she furnished him money to fight the case with. Kilgore was sent to the penitentiary, but through Miss Jackson's efforts he was pardoned out in 1889. When released from the penitentiary he came at once to Mliss Jackson and they again renewed their old friendship, but he soon grew tired of her and refused to m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 June 1897

FRANK EZZELL, Pub and Prop FERRIS, : : : : : : TEXAS. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS. Wills Point is improving. The wheat crop has been saved. Business is looking up all over the ptate. / Stock is in fine condition all over the ltate. Denton county's new court house is a beauty. New wheat ia selling at twenty-five cents cash at Baird. Several store houses are going up in 'Winsboro, Wood county. There is a million dollars worth of building under contract in Dallas A college building is in course of construction at Gordon, Palo Pinto county. A few days ago W. Love of Abilene, Taylor county, shipped two carloads of beef cattle to Kansas City Crops in Parker, Palo Pinto, Eastland, Hood, Callahan and Taylor counties, are simply immense. Lige Davis of Abilene, Taylor county, shipped one car of horses to Longview, Gregg county, recently. Lours Noble, a paralytic German, died the other night in San Antonio from an overdose of morphine. It costs ten cents per bushel to ship wheat in carload lots from Bair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 June 1897

THE OLD YETERANS. ,GRAND EXERCISES AT THE NASHVILLE EXPOSITION. *Many Texans lWere on Hand and 1lon John l 1Reagan Made the Otatlon of the Day at the IReunion-The Queen's Jubilee Nashville, Tern, June 233-Many special tramis arrived yesterday with ex-confederate soldiers and thousands Nwho came for the purpose of attending the annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans. The rush Monday was continued yesterday and the reception committee on duty at the union station and headquarters were kept very busy assigning the visitors to homes. The regular trains were run in sections in order to accommodate the very heavy demand for tiansportation. From daylight Monday to midnlghat there arrived from all directions on the Louisville and Nashville and the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railioads forty-eight trains, bringing in to Nashville not less than 20,000 people Of the number of trains arriving the Louisville and Nashville had nineteen and the Nashville, Chattanooga and St Lou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 June 1897

VW--At Waco, Brann, the editor of the Iconoclast, had a difficulty with an attorney by the name of Vaughn, who knBocked him down f'or the alleged uise of profane language in tLhe presence of the lady stenographer. Brann, in the Waco Telephone, says he was wholly to blame and says he had been drinkhing too heavily. Dr. Henry 3J. Field is enthusiastic over the beauty of sol,,thern -women, and well he may be. Amnerican -women the country over are better looking than those of other nations, we latter ourselves. But the northerner who suddenly comes upon a bevy of bright, merry, refined southern girls is apt to be, rather dazzled by the sight. There is a frank ness and kindliness about thema lack of the somewhat stiff conventionalities he is accustomed to. They are supremely charming, to a northern person. The termination of the long drawn out dispute between Venezuela and Great Britain is a triumph for peace and civilization. Diplomatic relations between the two countries have been susp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 June 1897

LOCAL NEWS. Cotton is coming out of the "kmnks" All summer goods going at cost at I. JOLESCH it makes thie old feel young and vigorous, and it is not expensive. Only 50' cents and 50 doses. W A. Baird and Crai 's and Boys' Nee .Sirts. in trown.< 44 ,,y Stock of GROCEERIES is also Corn" :, Mplete in every r.spect. w4-i . ,',*" !lla.ried. fr ( J c< On Thursday afternoon Lxbt, at the residence of tfhe Lbride's parent's, Dr. and irsI. I. N. Jone;-. in this place, Eld. 3ohn D. Floyd, of Flat Creek, Bedford county, officiating, Mr John H. Smith. of Ferris, Texas and Miss Nainnie B. Jones, were married in [hb presence of anu,,,e,' of inihmatse friends and: reainves. The bind' is well known to olIur readers, having resild in Mlanchester since childhood, anld 1: atmired and loved b ' l. r,. Smzth is a iprominent business man of Feiris. The Times wishes them all haippine-s in their mia'-ricd life. Immediately af er [lio ceremony the guests were invited to paArtC.,ke cf a magnificent wed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 June 1897

_ fa-^^^ssjatiMai^Aww Ax"_ a~d~ r~hrr~~as-aaY~~B*I~l- ~-P -JN BPICB1Lli ubsruhurcrA L'gYC m CI1TBBBIICI of such supplementary books by the patrons of the schools. Sec 11. Any teacher or trustee, who shall violate the provisions of this act, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined not less than $10 nor more than $50 for each offense, and every day of such violation shall be considered a separate oftense Sec 12 Nothing in this act shall be construed to prevent or prohibit the patrons of the public schools throughout the state from procuring books in the usual way, in case no contracT should be made, or the contractor fails or refuses to furnish the books provided for in this act at the time required for their use in the respective schools Sec 13 The sum of $2000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated Lor the purpose of paying the cost and expense of putting into effect the provisions of this ace Sec 14 Any county, city or to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 June 1897

by Cl RThEN bURIC (JO.. Evan6vllle, Ind. lAlFRO\'FI) IlU>,ThR Yt lJ, ('IR(IR ICAY PRRSS. 'A 1 Steel" alao 5Nooden (steel lilled) hhlpped on trlal to rellal)le l-altli S Fully gualawrlteed AN rlte f or eat alotl e dlld y ws(es M B l.e+sls Le<ees Melldlau ehlr.e Shops, bex K, Melldlall, hflss Orchard and Inducement-W-hy is it guaranteed them in your catalogue that "a goods orchard" ls one of the first They are far superior to the other and most important improvements makes I have seen and used in speed mentioned by the man who offers his an(l draft, the two great desideratum Farm for sale? Why does such an 1 making yours, as far at I lsnoB, the 'cement reach so far Into the affect H. J. LAMAR JR. tions and pocketbook of the prospect _ ___ tive Durchaser?-The EDltomuitw Most men keep talkmg untll they 4,E CURE Yf CLFt CIJIlE85s | I se MIg G nnattlral sIDlXsday8 \ I dlsctlarges, *matlons s/ Guzrznteed U lrrltntlong lltcl atlonS >)1 Dot to rtrlelure of anucoll ernblalics 31Prefe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 June 1897

.J~a'M?'a~te~lK~^^~ga*fc^a~a^^.^^I io~f wegamalU~aa *niia Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of H-all's Groi-nt of dry Discovery cures all kinds of kidney about, `1-ln^ bladde troubles, removes gravInl~ el fV-+CScures diabetis, seminal emissions tave; goUL W~e have had ten days weather for the first time in ^nmte four Months. Our farmers h weak and lame backs and all irregularities of the bladder in both men nud -wYomen, regulates bcadder trouble in children. If not sold by yocr drugg i s t, ill 'De sent by njail on., yeceiptof one, dollar. O)ne small botAtle is twomonths treatment, andl we their oats sav.edl better than was expected. Jim McKay is mowing his alfalfa,) ~ ~~ n bP O0 dlss, 1 I -,6 6 #, ,'t'I e 11 wea, Udewar, Etch Guess it will rain again, as aTaiu. `-` .1,1 -17 it is said he never cuts it without a rain. Some f ar me rs ar e n eedli ngra in' and som- of them need a few mnore days dr-, hot wel-thler to enable them , to finish up. Cottonl is (YoodI for the season,...

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

rWRwiZ ^......... INVENTO RY-----is over and it brings to light many lines where there's sleepy dollars. We have no room in our store for this kind of merchandise. Every article of this character has been ticketed for quick cash selling. All spring suits== the $20, 18.50, 16,50 and $15 kind for $11.50; take 12.50 suits at 9.75; $10 suits for 7.95; 8.50 and 7.50 suits for 6.75. NEGLIQEE SHIRTS. There's 15 dozen in this lot, a really very excellent 75c shirt, but in this sale 49c. UNDERWEAR. 30 dozen shirts and drawers, shirts made up with pearl buttons, in natural or sky blue colors, the 75c kind for 48c a suit. 95 PAIR TAN SHOES. $5.50 and $5 grades 3.50; $4 and and 3.50 grades 2.50; $3 tans $2; $2 tans L50; All low cuts at about the same cut. STRAW HATS. The 2.50 hats $2; $2 hats 1.50; 1.50 straw hats 1.20; 1.20 straw hats 90c; maas.. $1 traw hats 75c; 75c straw hats 50c; 50c straw hats 35c. 7 TtTA~F'THetETS BCOS. , Tell-the-Truth Clothiers. 3a~~as~n .a-i-M w M ^ ^ ^fw ^ r^^wat ^ i...

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

arnrrrmruriu aJI--r. _ _--u rrur raur nnW rvul rrarar---ia-r - -1M BYliTrurrrPSII PCCIUu - FRANK EZZELL, Pub and Prop. FERRIS, : : : : : TEXAS. A woman walking on the street with a toothpick in her mouth, looks as,, bad as she would with a cigar. No-To-Bac ror Fifty cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes wea]e men strong, blood pure. 60c, $1. All druggists. The wohen a man knows either overrate him, or underrate him; he is never marked at the right place. FROM LOWELL, MASS. Th Home of Hood's Sarsaparilla-A Wonderful Cure. "A swelling as big as a large marble cameundermy tongue. Physicianssaid it was a semi-transparent tumor and must be operated upon. I felt I could not stand it, and as spring came began to take my favorite spring tonic, Hood's Sarsaparilla. The bunch gradually decreased and finally disappeared. I have had no sign of its return. I am glad to praise Hood's Sarsaparilla." MRS. H. M. COBURN, 8 Union St., Lowell, Mass. Get HOOD'S. Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache. 25...

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

___ _ ____ -rr\MIBIPlsu rrmLWP W1PO rULI1Prr~~~~~_Ulu~~u~ --d a t ta to ..ur... -S Indians Causlng Excitenment Washington, June 30--Three hundred Bannock Indians hai e broken away from the Fort Hall reservation, Idaho, and their actions have alarmed the settlers in the adjacent territory. The request of Idaho people for troops to protect them against the Bannocks did not reach the war department until rather late in the afternoon Secretary Alger held a conference with Acting Adjt. Peck and some oigcers who are experienced in just such Instances as this and their conclusion reached was that the government should take steps to learn for itself the exact situation in the Fort Hall country. Accordingly a telegram was sent to Brig Gen. Coppinger at Omaha, Neb the headquarters of the department of the Platte, mn which the reservation is included, instructing him to send one or more officers to the scene of the trouble or ascertain and report upon the state of affairs there The department ...

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

gt' Merm-iairora!^Bia~B rti~a~aa~sgyg;saOiiaiiiM'JT~ii~mglnasBUi~iaiaeu ,SUOCESSOR TO TIE FERRIS SENTINEL $1.oo A Year. ~2ublisled every SAturday and entertsd at the postofice at Ferlls, Texas, as second-class miail matter AD 1 'KiTISSI.YG RA TES. Locals 5c I)er live and display ad1q 2lfc pe, icli per inseitionl Liboial cuts on ad( lor lo uge q),tce o01 long time H this enemy of free institutions, of human progress, of modern civilization. This people is more set on the conquest of America than any other cuntry on the globe. Is it possible that men now living will see Romanism the state religion, and the victory over Protestantism made complete? It is not probable, but there is ground for some fearing it .possible. We would as well face the facts; we would as well look the real situation square in the face. The gains of Itomanism in wealth and humbers are certainly alarming. Since 1850 our population has increased 116 per cent; ProtestanLismin 185 per cent, Romanism 214 per cent D)r...

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

A...lraS-MANOM ~ STlV frf ^ -iwf^~ ""'*~fai~iT^f~i^fll^-J-'~* Waxahachie, Texas. ~GE~~I~~~O. W~. DAVIS.~ GEO. W. DAVIS. Physician D~in~:tti? "no ^4;bio [ W. W. BTOJiLhEK Has just received an Immense Stock /' of the celebrated Hamilton and ' , K Br1own S hoe. XI Am now showinha -the nicest line of MNayor John HI. Smith was ir Waxahachie Monday. t Remember the cost sale oJ summer dress goods now on at s I. JOLESCH ments: ( India, Tuesday night, the 6th; (Carroll, Wendesday night, the 7Lh; Clemma, Thursdiy nighlt, the 8th It is the intention of the local ( club to have several of ils members, accompany the speaker and take part in the program alt chrh appointment. ' The "Centennial Feast' i Prof. W. A. Baird's new brick drug palace wNas converted iatc a N ertable saloon and his maganiiicent soda fount became a ,souilei from wlich 'reely flowed '"that which cheers, but not inebr:ate,'` Tuesday night. It was the oc casion of the "Centennial feast -a treat to the young people of ice cream...

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

YEDOWN. DOWN llawaii and the Japs. I A Union Market House San Francisco, Cal., June 27.-The Fort Worth, Tex, June 30 -On next steamer Gaellic brought the following ' Monday ground will be broken for the advices from Honolulu, June 20: erection of a market-house for Fort Since the Philadelphia has been in Worth. A movement looking to the port weekly battalion drills have been establishment of a first-class market held. On the 14th the men from both place has been on foot for some time, the Marion and the flagship were land and it was announced yesterday that ed. While on march to the drill it was an assured success. The Home grounds an orderly brought an order Industry league is responsible for the and the battalion returned on board. matter, and the moving spirit in the This action was taken, it is under enterprise is Mr. N. La Crolx, the exstood, on account of a rumor to the alderman and well known merchant. effect that Naniawai would land a The demand, especially of late for the W...

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

I 29 , M MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA. Its advantages for pactcs l inbtl notion, both in ample laboratories and abundant hospital materials are unequalled Flee access is given to the gleat C'harity Hospital with 700 beds and 30 000 patients annually. Special instruction is given daily at the bedside of the sick The next session begins Octobel 14th, 1897 For catalogue and information address PROF S E. CHAILLE, M D., DEAN, P. O. Dlai ei, 261, NEW ORLEAXS, LA. PATENTS, TRADE MARKS Examination and Advice as to Patentability of Invention Send for "Inventors' Guide, or How to Geta Patent " O'FARRELL and I am doing my own housework. 7 can never give Pe-ru-na too great praise." Dr. Hartman has lately written a treatise on the diseases of women. It will be sent free to any address by The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufactuling Company, Columbus, Ohio. After a woman has passed thirty, she should not allow herself to be worked by people who mention her "winning 'ways " Winning ways a...

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

* .*'v.^'--~~.~~.^,Tllo.\W~ lirhv l.l ~ '*v i *"Sl ~,! Tiiml __ Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kinds of kidney and bladder troubles, removes gray els, cures diabetis, seminal emissions weak analUame backs and all irregularities of the bladder mi both men qud women, regulates bladder tiouble in children. If not Acld by your druggist, will be sent by mail on re-.i ceipt of one dollar. 'One small bottle is twomonths treatment, and we will cure any case above mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL, sole A,,Dannfactu.'er, Box 128, Waco, Tex., For sale my ~V. A Baird, Fernris, Tex. UEAD THIS. Mr. E W. Hall, Waco, Pear Sir: ---Six years ago the 20th of .Jne I was stricken down with a diabetic kidney trouble, then after a while it ran into gravel trouble and then hack 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 eriAcoal examination for any life insurance ,company. I...

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