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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 August 1897

Save Yourself Money ^J. RF. KINC^ Is still at his old stand, 3 doors north of postoffice in Waxahachie, buying and selling all kinds of New and Second Hand Goods. lie handles everything in the way of House Furnishing (roods, such as Furniture, Stoves, Glassware, Qeensware, Tinxware, Table Cutlery and everything, needed ii the Nwayvof Household Goods. Go to see hml He will rarely giVe you A-.tt---Unheardof bargains. EJ~~~~ Multz 4 month,,and all parties are poi+> Of the celebrated Hamilton and +k lively prohibited from furnishing '~~^ ~ Brown Shoe. 4te water to others unless m-akug -. payment for same. '+ Am now showing the nicest line of " RespctfnIlly, + MVen's and Boys' Negligee Shirts "-I M:TZ ' ~,* . .. If you have corn and use corn ll~.al, don't forget that Mutz it is pleasant to take, it is quick in its action; it ,s guaranteed to cure. Fifty cents. Rev. W.. . Berry, of Ferris, preached for Rev. J. D. Braly at the Cumberland church, Sunday morning and evening, and had good ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 August 1897

\ PRESIDENT BORDA KILLED He Was Assassinated as lie Was Leaving a Cathedr'al. Montevideo, Aug. 26 -During a national fete which was held here yesterday President Idivate Borda was shot and killed by an assassin. The weapon used by the assassin was a revolver. Senor Idovate Borda was elected president of Uruguay for the term extending from March 1894 to 1898. The fete at which he was assassinated was being held in celebration of the independence of Uruguay, which was achieved on August 25, 1825. At the time of Senor Borda's election he belonged to the official party, and was elected by a very narrow majority. The people, it was said, were sadly disappointed at the result, but order was maintained The leading papers of Uruguay deplored the election of Senor Borda, and declared that it marked a reaction in the country's progress. Later President Borda issued a proclamation to the effect that his administration would conduct the business of the state in the Interest of the whole nation,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 September 1897

s-I: 1 -., . r, : ." -,' FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, : Ii: :o:i 'Electionw . . ': ieon Saturday on the o Eprohibitionquestion i 1ed(:off . quietly at this r : Though; some on .both :O6k an active' interest and l'c -fortheir :de, many were c iifere;ntto ,otte, the votes e td.aiig l'2Ior morore short 1 ie v.oting9' strength of this I'nf:l; our opinion backed by I esaioqs from" many others C gir:eat imajrity of uncast votes c dry, which accounts for the 5 i m-"ajority Ferris gave for t ? .:'iFollo6wing is the result, show:i, lg- how every -ox voted, the -total number of: votes cast and the majority against prohibition, 't is less -than one-half the majority of '94. R li, ,NC xahachie ....... xahachie....... :ahachie....... mahachie ........ ahachie........ GnZnis. i ..... T R is- ' *. ; i . I ' * . , * 0 Ps > t4 1-1, 02 q 249 201 136 150 93 la 196 94 105 175 193 65 20 24 , India. -, ., India, Te,, Sept. 9.--Qur people are all getting down to business in earnest picking cotton and p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 September 1897

,~ t.7 " ,-- *'E:7~I ~ ~f *r"seckstn" 4 at ^aI^a" ^fth a -mtrder '.-^iS3-^'' as oas - ^Z a ltut i'^[,erd tliatprcmls~s to rival the ^d- I K^/er:'htr night.t :Th' lv 'f:ir'..teq , .,7 P-,:,,<_,ple were killpe de i s --esrsor -.re Qf the weatlhet'thX; -eaist:4 'Sd*, t flenand a Caitr Ia '.i~::r&:.:.s' hs fthiet ll : reat esays thereiw"Ai' more. 'erime express, estueo'-idd . ead ioFt leaitherh; hi eo a ee0 The Melea ad 'California express :he weather bureau is ^ itect. was . ' 9ui t by two comotives an4 ' - .--- - -- :; when ethey siw ck the engine :drawi: n i moral of that story about saa aNew th Fai the boilers of all thre errea boy breaking an egg ontaiing engifes exploded and tore a hole in " bilacsnake is. that 'h t tis about time, the gread so deep tat the smoking ;':r New Jersey to take something .be-. e. :t t e: west be .td train went on 'idesapplejack., ,, toi ~i t hi three engines agd . two mail -' .' ... - --.. cars ant balance tfere without turnWhy didn't the P. M. a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 September 1897

' : pss.nger down a oith:e een. . He ti.Ok vt- he, situation er bothr asses. He :ie k nlling .'^ :h orses. is ;> ya'novies, who do not i't:lJoad-".i them:. In -many ieck- saddles are allowed to in:-toles: n the horses' backs. ' are fixinig tthe trail will rst .prPfit-:by it. This has i4 $he- vhigilances commiti :mn can go on the trail lwlthout a certificate from .r :'iithat'he Sias done work 'i.'- E::O(' n a whom Mr. saw had go$ttn- nearly all of liw oer whejlitthe trail was :'i trvel-/ co-mmittee re.: i h.im /ake the remainder ek 'oveir In desperation he l^ja'nif got a rifle and two reani held' up the committee throughh, a:iand -Chilcoot pass the conFre Inuch the same as on the : -a.i~. : : ii;<ty- . . . . - - ; ... . v l " :llC scam -00 * Fl.O '~ ' 'S NER- LOST. e::'4:a ,'Lo*aded With a Cargo of Salt or Savannah. Savannah, Ga., Sept. 6.-The three-iaste'd schooner Agnes I. Grace, 375' .ols, 'ofBangor, Me., capsized and sank yesterday morning twenty miles east ybee. She-sailed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 September 1897

[. I -^:35: p m. T3-7:2 a-6n I..;' IW'4l: ''ii 'T '(:6:i6~8~~1 -MI", BA^K- K ZE iL '>to 0,it or. STURDAY, pl I -It 11 189 7--. . ' i . : iro ,':*.* :'\. Mor of the cottoniorop of the y'"',''':':. :.' ' : surrounding cop., try':'. is being '; . :: . :.' parreted in Fesri thiseason than .: for years previous.: This shows -J.,-~ : .: h i, -that oipr buyers .are: paying top :prices and ma ing; erris as good a cotton market as any of its com^. Y ;\'*' - "* ,'I ;petitors. . 'r ' IF a stamped envelope is spoil-' ed the purchaser, is entitled to .return postage on presenting the :j:?? -;'. .. ...envelope at the office where it' - v<-,i -u-;:^; :- was bought. Time and expense .. .; - : \ 'is often saved by the use of the Jk;;.'? ' , * . double pr return postal card. A' :-' letter .can be recalled by telegram v ',:" i:.I : at any time before it reaches the i erson addressed. '. . :,' :> .... ::<.New 'York Sun: If there be ^-/ -0 :^Any truth in .* tradition con: t' earning ,he ' in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 September 1897

4w.: 4 :,.. .I ;^ ^ *.'fft, ; :. f /7 . FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXiS, :SAURDAY, SE.PT.I8,.,a97. - , '-@_0. 0 <0 . * , * ,* .* . . .. * - :- * ;_. - :** * * * ' .. ^ :<* ' ' :: : ,~:^ i ~ - " * ' india. ", Ter., Sept, 12.-We are ' -*i ,ayii a:~ little of all sorts of weather. . .- 't: ' . w eek the thermometer 44 niureaeed thiecentury mark, theni on j.^^',hiursady and Friday evenings we .. Xadsome hli"hIhoweis of rain and ti--- t b is .blowing hasd >,.X. front tr_ -t valescing from -- congestion of the brain. . John Kelley is very sick with slow fever. Several parties left here last Sunday to visit at India and their would be hosts started to- Clemma and neither discoveredlthe mistake till they arrived t:' their destinations, but they met before . tle .:j!.':.:-?:a about over for sun went down. Better telephone . fr'<:i:-, 'a:'^ Bof ~the farmers are up to each other next time. %%;:?:: ; _ ollSk and waiti'tg for -it Mr. Massingill glinds every Sat,:;'-' ^ . _ B thl second t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 September 1897

^ i:::?.. :Several .. ao. ': ba.n .?'East' Ug rslcanai, l &4n gito Lee w Strayed 1 utoBs Ae'be of tn At:'l~e city^:council: eng a-few' N1^': 1ndiajr 0 o pr< : - $20D -no- iun.'j '.7 nig g apprli of5 d ;. f e for cleaning. th ity of Gal " : .: e'.d:estalishg . .qurantine ::-:.": ,: :. Seven ~.op f fc~l~iat H. R. Feh,. - 1 ,"leigon's gin -i Argft: Denton county, . , : - aught on f el a few nights ago and six ' .'-":'. ' of them wer;/aestroyed 'ifoea the fire ,f ' ' .-could be extigiiished- " .. . '. '- During-a sudden shower a few days :: ' -: : ago' in Wharton,: Wharton county,. the : :'. ' f'residenee of Mr. Sol Reaves was struck , .- : 'by lightning. The family, escaped In-4 .': jury and the damage was slight. , ': . Several evenings ago the residence of 0. T. Davis, in Sherman, burned, with all its contents, from some un:^ known cause, no one being at home : ' '--at the time. Loss $1,600. No insur:. ance. '' ' ::. ' The gin of L. T. Scarborougl was reported burned the -othe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 September 1897

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, L897. I I ,I - - -- - 7 FERRIS,~~~~~~~~~~~~ ELLI IONY EASTRASP.2,87 of savings banks. For Sale. i "'%'0CHEEVEf BRiS. & CLtUCK'S ~-The Bargain Center and Birthplace of Low Prices,' -" toN S ]tore irn Ellis Coiunty . _ - . . .. . . . .... ..^. . ._ t T " T n i I Like the Big Cash Seling Dry ools Holse---Your Store. of" BEST VALUES for the LEAST nONEY! l^~i .) i .: (IF YOU SEE : T IXNW OUJR AID IT'S SO.) '+:':^;~ ;. The quick and concise answer to the problem of how we Undersell all other Stores is this: We pay CASH for what we buy, and get cash for what we sell. ..1:j; E; , X Staples. Linens and Lace Cuw.-taiils 12 suits @. .................$3.50 -B - C 10 pieces good canvass was 4c 1 pc nice 60 inch bleached damask Our line of means' $5.00 suits are X -~ .-our price.............. . 2c worth 50c at the extremely low $8.00 values. :20 pes good yd wide browf dom es- price o f.................... 0 '-_ 290 pcs good yd wide brown domes-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 September 1897

v - 4ewe Tohl the .city h' from allr .:_-:':arts of.the world. The building will.. . face~the plaza, -directly inside the Omain It^ . ^ ' ;:entrance, in shape a parallelograms 246 ad 10 feet we he on ;. . : parallel .to the Grand andwll. t^:,;. ' :.'. siss of 'tw:housee all c .;:'-: domed bito lthe cit on from all .: -ps . ol thes. :heworld; The .b uilding will a:: e: the .'f plaz directly inside the main ;~:::~r:::Ientrance in shape a parallelogram 246 i:;.:. '.. et long ad 30 feen t wide the long -: -isnters parallel tothe Grand.tic anal. It -,.: -::0 consists of two separate symmetrical, :7;:, : io 'nme buildings connected by a peri ' '- :-' ve exhibi:um r open court f arurrounded by -j^/'o:; onnades T he *building rests ong a . al igushtraded terraces, and is approached ; om ,the plaza by a flight of steps and t:- i: :'rom the avenue bordering the *::.c<: n,-Th, between it and the building. One i:e' -betther ough the po rtico and vesti'.:i of material, and lathted from the to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 September 1897

i : ':H:EN 'Basil' Wrote. 'o' me',from V'' - a -." .'ni"t;: that he: was ":"married,; and asked :.. .-Af he mniight': bring X ; ;is -.wife -to my h :- ouse, this: home from infancy, or if. he had better provide another- one 'for her. 'I answered at once: nhereN and try it.' ]f you are ir^if ,poQt, 'it 'will be time lhto: seek a new home after test:'s e '...'a '^: :....... t::.i:iu't'e 'letter gave me sore pain. itasil: was rmy charge from the time .his :parents died' and- left him, a baby, : iheritisg a large fortune to my care. ' .-:His: mother was my twin sister, and'-- .'- was a childless widow when she died, ' / . -- : so it will be readily, understood that I ? :/. gave the boy a true mother's love. We live at Stony Hill, my husband's -lega-ot abounding in Nature's ;pite of its harsh name, It want for society, being s from a flourishing city. ral Basil shc-ald marry; .nxa-two, had studied a pro.hough he devoted his time to n.ig in an amateur fashion -that . --,,omised no great r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 September 1897

-~ ~ ~~~~~Wxhci. T.,xas. - Ff \ E; -a r t+ .^ i^^^ ^ '^r;-" ' .e. oliurslfMoney :'Is still at his old stand, 3 doors north of postoffice in Wax:ahachie., buying and selling all kinds'of New and Second Hand Goods. He handles everything in the way of House Furnishing Goods, suchas Furniture, Stoves, Glassware, Qeensware, Tinware, Table Cutlery and everything needed in the way of :Household Goods. Go to see him. He wiil surely give. you -,"WUnheardof bargains. Does yOur Buggy, Wagon, House or Barn \ '--OW-Need Painting? We Sell the BEST. Samples of Wall Paper sent on application. 283 Elm street, Dallas, Texas. -'" ,--J. E. Grant & Co., PHme W6OHXJCT B3sT BOW '" J f - {~ 1a ^0 g ~ always ready for the well-dressed 'i , man. There's no mistake about -< this. Energy may miss its mark. Talent may go a-begging. Virtue itself may die 7w' of neglect. But there is always a welcome and measure of success for good clothes. If you wish to test this bit of Philosophy, just order one of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 September 1897

f1 JtW A S AOV 1FrS d D ^ GoJdIsth ilhng, lotions, Furnishing 4 :i? :..' hfidood s, S hoes , groceries, &c.<_ ld~ne ro Bargains, Marvelous' Val s! .1--: ::-Our two "Big Stores" are filled with NEW GOODS from g S' : floor to ceiling. . I s Gold Watch Chain and Charm, ir ! ~.; ''"*: 2n:twith 20=year guarantee, to each customer whose H 0 0: ::purchases anmount at one.time (groceries except= ... ~ ed) to $50.00, : - ,~ i ._C - _C .- ~-.... . .... ) '. In addition to Free Offor we make you the Lowesa Prices ever quoted on goods in our line. 3 W don't ask 6a and 7 for calico, but give you 35 yds for $1.00, B m rS K ; in red atd blue figured dress Our Dress Goods deprints. partment consists of all -?' "-- Good brown domestic 40 yards the Latest Novelties of ^ " . +for $1.00 the season. Armure ' -: ' - 25 yards nice dress gingham Cheviots, J a c q u o r d - for $1.00 lFancies, French Suit- 36 yards of cotton -c checks ings, Silks etc. Over -, - for $1.00 300 pices in stock. 25 yards ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 September 1897

I3 an(. pronounce' ila us dIeye he- wil vise al ,towns'" and: tine against this.,place 3. established that .th ':-as : i 'not: yeoi: fever.,. The boy has .... :t ,''e: 'eit .of the-city. \' :. '^'' '^;-M. ;WEARINGEN. ." ::;-: : ::: I::-: bh oy died .a 9 -o'clock yesterday ::-:" m o: , rnitng, and, after another examina: t.ii,, Dr. Swearingen gave out the following: [: : "'I -have not the slightest doubt of .:i -:r; 'this case being genuine yellow fever-:':: .. ::'-While the 'symptoms are less pro+::? . : ouned than in some cases, they are ,,: -::: ''. pronoiuiced enough to warrant my orJ'i X ~derinig quarantine. I do not believe I': there is .any cause for great alarm. P:"' Everything necessary is being done to ; prevent the spread of the disease. The :": '::' -: house in which the case originated is -; -;: under strict quarantine, and since the ..:', ::;; boy's death the guards have been doubled. I am having the house thorj:. .:oughly fumigated. I have prohibited all trains running...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 September 1897

K*"- ***^^ ^*^ .Tie Famous Yukon. River. ;, :AIln .Outing for September Ed-ward :p urr, .of the 'United States Geological , grvey,.speaks as follows of the great X l aasan-s '-river: - , . '?h3y- yt;GlY two routes are available. One : A' .; : either g o toSt. Michael, in the 3ehring sea, and thence up the River 'ukbon, from its outlet to the beging of its headwaters, some 1,500 .les, or \and at some point of the cific, cro , the head of land and tap 3 headwaters of the Yukon at their urce. .."In eer event the journey must be _^ o.~ Iefed before September, when the .; - . . .Ykon freezes, and Alaska's arctic win. r,: . ter of the utmost rigor sets in and grips its vise. .: '. - : "At the little town of Juneau we left the steamer and made preparations to '. 'X. turn our-backs for good upon civiliza^^ ::' -' ' 0tion Our proposed route lay across the 'coast mountains to the headwaters of the Yukon and thence down that river X. - as a highway, making such excursions ' :'.. from it as bec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 September 1897

bber oIer ^ ^shoes = 2c5 otle I :h':rkretts Snufiff :. isc Sc Lamp complete l~c .5c Ruhber boots: ' $1.00 5c everything else in- proportion. I .. carry a geer assortmentf DryOoods, Notins, Wares, ets'Shoes, (~iroerie~t Fand Produce. ; 1 :T.' J. GEE, Proprietor. MUTZ CASSIDY,.. :% 'Will giin and wrap your cotton for 40C ':per Hundred, no extra charge for bagging:.and ties, or gin and ,Wrap for the seed and pay you $2.75 per bale. Your Patronage Soliceited. I7- TUT & CASSIDY. " l'^~ XT ,l J.o . GA:L Cf l He is still in the ring. Wheat Bran 80c: Meal Line of DRY GOODS & 3RO( C. K WEAT ERFORD & CO., Livery, F dee aid S Fte.B.iis", Trexas. MV'General contractors for all 1 Rallston Weathe ,Giera, lisJith aD 'ood t All work done on short Your patronage solicited. Fp^q" I=P-I E, notice and satisfacti lIed Tom Weatherfo _:_ r-2T J. .\ W\icke -F Gins and :wraps for pe'r hundred, or for the seed and difference price paid by the 'iills, less the expens Best turnout and finest sample...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 2 October 1897

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATRAY, Red Oak. -. A. and W. E. Wetfrd, of _Ferois made a flying business trip to TR. r a yrl n-, pnt 5OR o (n Itvir.I town Tnuesdav .etu Vt a, 4t3., zcrl[. o0.o--VU town is exceedingly quiet. Every one busy gathering their cotton of which we have but little, compared with previous years. We trust the present prices will not much longer prevail, but hope the short crop and present prices will teach us a losaon long to be remembered. Hope there will be an increased acreage of wheat sown this fall as prices aie better than for a long time and we hope the farmers will sow [largely of the cereals which would deorease the cetton acreage and, if nothing else, our people will have something to sell and thereby bring money in twice a year instead.of once. J. R. Nowlin had the misfortune of getting,. his barn and contents burned on. the night of the 27th. Loss estimated at $*2,000, insured foQr ;,000. Caue 'of the fire unknown. : ,,; 1, R. J. Cower, i,^ prospect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 2 October 1897

:':-' ''.: :Per ha ps .-ip]her aecld'ehtally got lost ':" : .:. ''-" :{h'ea-'.M., Cleveland was ;makipg .up the :.! ''::1',/ .is'/ estimate' of 'it 'taxable property.. ' . a_?'. X' <'";'; ,r ,Sir John Lubbock's'ant died recently. '.-'-' * I't.K ' was; the inect that gave up so sible advice- to te young man who !as*):, ,, ' -wishes to know how to fit himself for -.4 ^-.MX ' ' going to the Klondike: "Acquire hab<:~..' S ' ' its of self-control and industry; be prepared to meet, with firmness whatever '-A N Ifii !discouragemen-ts may arise; scrape together two or three times as much money for the journey as the best esti; ates render, necessary; and don't go.' 0'; : *The National Association of Manufacturers is taking a practical step toward the promotion of trade between this country and the Latin-American republics in the initiative of a sample warehouse at Caracas, Venezuela. According'to Mr. Richard Dolge, a manufacturer, who has only recently returned from that city, the con...

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

Z":aE 'Ao , " DtREADY I DAY. VIs-- - " 1, , __: _ : _, _ - I ffs*-rFair- in, the History of t l 1r~-piiaed-ttWtll Open Octol t , w in*. -'***:: ~_ pect _ the her At ~i]:;;[^:: grounds will be illuminated at 'if r[:tkby an electric display in rich i:o.,rs,. made from a steel tower 100 I: '9et :high erected on the plaza in. front of: teil main 'Expbsition building. v , -:?One of the curiosities exhibited at ,' /the fair will be a horse with a phe~:'" ?-aoh'enal mane and tail. His mane is A:!, -28 'feet long and, his tail 22 feet. He ;' - ':is 16 hands high. and weighs 2200. 1:/ -:':From the large Cunningham sugar ,.[.: plantationo, near Houston, will come an I?'/ : .exhibit of Texas sugar and sugar cane, ! ': .and of the paper made at the factory -i. ' recently built there, out of the stalk Si, ,and pulp of the cane. - .:' i. Cleburne will' send a watermelon A: :'.w>ighihig 103 pounds to evidence the * ~fiE'b'lity of the sandy land of the Cross:: :-Tiiabers to outshine Georgia in w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 2 October 1897

- 0 ;". A. ^cES5B 'TaBx FERRIS Sx~rrXRL. X :; : $I.oo A Year. -' Pblished every Saturday and enter:: i .e& at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as r .'iecond-elass mail matter. 1-- A:nvD TISiT G RATES. Locals 5c per line and display ads p12lc per. inch per insertion. Liberal ?cuts on ads for large space or long time. H &,T C Time .Table. North bound. I South bound. 'io. 1--535p m I No. 2-10:30 a m 4, 3-7:26 am I d 4-8:03 pm ,i 15-10:30 " I ,, 16-5:05 FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, Oct. 2, 1897. THE report of a committee of experts from Galveston states that they do not believe the case at Houston yellow fever. Quarantines all over Texas are being raised, railway service is being restored and business revived. NEWS comes from Washington that the government is soon to discard red and adopt green as the color of the ordinary twocent postage stamp. Green, it ' will be remembered was the color of the old three-cent stamp, IF the low price of cotten, notwithstanding the short crop...

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