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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 November 1897

TeNo.aake& Bobber Blow Up the Safe With Dynamite. enver, Col., Nov. 8-A special from e^ -'nquerque, N.'M.,.says: 4P,' The No. 2 passenger train of the SoA' ' t:.:a :tFe which was' held up' at Grant's ~'~ : . atstotion Saturday night, reached this .city at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning. : 'Conductor Aldrich says that just after ..-''ihe train halted at Grants a fusilade :/'-'^: :of shots rang out on' the air-and as far as he could see several men board* ed the train and one on the engine. He - and Engineeer H. D. McCarthy were on the platform, but ran and caught the ; ' train as it was moving out, the fireman, Henry Abel, being compelled at ?- ) : ,-- the point of a revolver to pull the train p:? ..'Dtwo miles distant. :?-4s:t -'' . The conductor, fully realizing that ':i in[.'; ' something was wrong left the train at :~^ At[' -the stock yards, where the robbers had ordered the train stopped and ran back '"- i- to the station. He telegraphed the news ' -.~ - to Division Superin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 November 1897

t41^^^ I 'iriegu/s J i 4he l#Pder in -both Pen ^ ^nen rt egulate adder trouih^le ~clldrea I 'not dokl by your ;s..-:.'.~:,i~ts y . .vllbie? sent by mail on re'j^eeip d obe dollar. -One small bot.,;l '.ogluths 'treatment; and we j, w'lf + anye --any se above mentioned. DR It' ::C: W "4 WHA4LT4, sole Manufacturt XTer, Bxir s 128'eco, Tex. For sale Ado Kirby;; \'--:k`'^Baird,: Ferris, Tex. > ' ,r''9 n -'I , EAD THIS. .-'.7a.i':.:M;. W" '':all, Waco, Dear Sir: ;-,1 ,*"*.Six'years ago the 20th of Jane I -:-w'i: '!'%was strickenn"' down with a diabetic .' d ' l-tidpeytrouble; then after a while. it A.5-l:P..- ran ii.tpgravel trouble and then back ?,- ' '..~ to d^abetis and bladder affection. I ,%.::+--.. "began your great remedy in April, 't:.':.'.": '; .'this year,' and had I used it':regula ij.:', ?,2't,': I .jhink I could have passed a critical X,.-<'; " .. ^examination for any life insurance i/ ...: .' --com pany.. ' I consider your remedy .~ : '." e 'the safest, quickest and ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 November 1897

VT ; l -\ 1j I FERRIS, ELLI5 COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1897. r $1.00 PER ANNUM: The County's Finances. Following is the report of County ^5 ~There~l* I'SE i ~Treasurer Mizell for the quarter end;Ss^5~~~~~~ ^S ~ i' ~ ^ing November 11: Jl G e W O...A I I0 r j Jury fund, 1st class...$ 1,092 40 Road and bridge fund, *^m>~~ - . ^ ~ v 2nd class.. 3,015 12 ~5 ~ General Co.f und, 3d class, 1,570 24 About the quality of our goods. They must be right. Courthouse fund....... 12,058 41 Courthouse sinking fund, 1,130 77 The protection we give you is the best assurance. Our outhouse sink fund. 1,130 7 ^s~~~ oLiz~~~ ^ ^ ~Jail sinking fund...... 1,211 71 - guarantee of money's worth or money back makes you i Road and bridge fund.. 1,401 21 safe in coming to us for your winter clothing. Suits Permanent school fund.. 375 09 ~- ~; Y gAvailable " " 6,317 11 - that wfll more than please you $8.50, $10,00, $12.50 and a $15.00. Overcoats at same price. The overcoats are O trotal * $28,172 06 ~a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 November 1897

-l '2'"" cgtate ', a '-r.an'the int; o. ' ;" "":well filled .with our Iif,'-'. rends in the hot,h caths Stories of adve nture, of Bl dlsaster,,s,, of land, of sea, had illed the evening; but it was still too to retire, when Elsie, -putting her .l ,, ty golden head down 'on my shoul: .X:.:.. : ;"Tell the story, father, of the day to were just In time." ' , . t ' hThie. ony romance of my hum-drum Ira!'' eI I was willing enough and this H i:' ": .the 'story: Ten years before, while ,- ~ ': :^:'tas still- in business as a carriage * . : ;,, builder in the small town of Bolton, I . " -had in my employ a young man named ,:,i,-- -,/tley,' who was more to me, having :':i", :no son of my own, than merely one ;l.:,,.< ,:: ..-of the- "'ands.":' , ::. ": ,- ~ Was the son of John Hartley, who :: -.'-.::' 'was one of the meanest, close-fisted t :: . i .men in the world, and thoroughly disf:f: lk '::-^' tiked' by the entire population of BolL. -:':: '?to;n A dealer in :real estate, he was :,:.&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 November 1897

For 15 Days I Offir mry Entire Stock, D R.,Y mw w ,l,7,-. I Worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Millineryi Shoes and Groceries, COST FOR SPOT CASH. S Sale Begins . 12 and CONTINUES 15 days. * , 0 0 0 0 0 0* 01 i.lo 0 0 -6 0w0wml* 0 0 "WI 0 ;0IN A _ I 0 ll l0mah IO^1 &a 2 - Al - * A W. M.*d I ------- - - .----- - O r-i- --v WU WU ~~MF U ~W U BU w. )aP'Wawmwmwaw.~r~D O -0 Of LOCAL NEWS. WANTED-1,000 dozen eggs at -, J. A. A.Deel's. Firel Fire! You need fife. so buy a stove of Ilepler and save money. Buy the genuine Lancaster bran at Smith's grocery and feed store. Uriah Jones, Hezekiah Brown and John Peter Smith will testify to the wonderful curative properties of Dr. :Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bottles free. Satisfaction or money refunded. For sale by W. A. Baird. Miss Fannie Malone spent Sunday in Ferris, the guest of Miss Murphy Long. -- Deputy Sheriff W. D. Vestal and D. II. liarkey, of Palmer, were attending justice court here Monday. Mr. Vestal paid THEl WHEEL a substantial call...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 November 1897

CWH-SflA 0,is datatlv id, eaa ; Q*^ chil "g-igi the tU exper v.w ng a unanimous report oeri e ' : . Di/g'the edition of the Ad herds, a : :-. % 1':he, dipomatic :representatives ot .t < i- respective :governments reacing a UAnderls anding by which they hop Mt l. ti t day to effect final adjustment, ni *i::::::only of the Bering sea question, but ?1::: it:-. other pending border eontroversie :: X v For the present, however, no final a( i^4 ; '. t-ton was taken as to the suspension < pelagic sealing. The Caaadieans urge i : : -:: :: that other questions be embraced i : - .: -any plan of settlement, and suggeste ' Afy >X -an international commission to decid questions referred to them. All parties concerned say that' th ' ::!,: ' outlook is favorable to a satisfactor <;.X.: ,. adjustment. The unanimous agreement of th - i : X experts brings the governments tc gether for the first time on all th .i:?' : : facts relating to the seals. This agree -D; ,-V - ment was reached aft...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 November 1897

elpposed ry that the jugglershpedfoa their tries ar teb o9vere aro TeuH '^^ a*^^, ttgbi.will of; the eople. Cobn- "by "wil power," ssays: "During tite caltco or'linen. Thetiiff4!yr-nT il th^ e brai of theOatiNO . h e course of the Indian mutiny I made the and at the same te eAf }:^^^iA]% '-^^^ ,people are theacquaintance of one of these gentlmen ter garment I be rna w ^^ 8^ blood of the na- of India, who tried toInstruct me how hours It will interfere wit se r i-ofis n ^^^: ^ '^^- , , tion. Good bloodto perform these tricks. He said it piratIon of the body no ore than do makes goodvmnwas all Imaginary on' the part of the garmets made Of fbric. The stuff is ^^%* S'^l~ r* a I ran. Goo0dspectators, as lie simply willect that not sized, nor is permeable. After :f?^^^^ ^ ,A ^^L brain makes sue- they should see these things. The most becoming Wt the per Isdiit to cl^^^e s a,et content- exciting performance that he gave for tear. When an eavor is made to nt and happi- my amusement was the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 November 1897

1pl (I t, Tby~wnlliag-plaOa^4i ain erv ^^^li~il^^lm~ii^^ of 'il~e. 'Wk' 'unbown;^; uades<^Jie,%, qTti-us. ~.t,. ~-~..; .:::: ..i4 !::"':? ......f eic' unknown and un:s d :Trh'hbeen: se-v"ra':-al e~tat: i lEOnle inhg. :-'tr:y: McKay; is gratefully d. -we se? ohal ea:.h:oves:: orwr g:yurfldtrasfe:r: o < or 'n,, W:':": = =====================9- - . ........ et.~g'lmg:w:'~eH: wi: e with his dengUe generation ' ' :ori f ife a current swep wardultm o izens/hvethDetoa couty evr- feeling af gti prompted aional oy I.gtusne f ... : . Jack,,.; aa~ Stone went. to Collin couni^y anew the rever~etial seeking, be- wt ;&voice e Mrs. ew Arnold: wasa..ii-e.lled to the: .t:. h~'::hlp his half brother move to cause Thou art stdchild, daughter ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~bdide n. hee her gsdhl.cauhe? ,1'i^s parfpt of the country this week. among countless things that pro- But Thou who as't upqna our land, of J. F. Bell, of Dentoni, Mnday. "?~<"^' '\'Mr. Hudson, of the Waxahachie claim Tih...

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

:FERRIS, ELLIS:COUNTY, :'EXA8i, Knlbow the real valn :i!:t y; nothingn. W -oercoat for.$15, ne Purs is worth ever i worth a cent. Ho' firm that always sa every wrong right, suits and overcoats satisfy every time. Men's Underwea and you will be proud an( for it. Winter balbrigans Wool $1.00 to $2.50 per SHOE NEWS At. thi . because it teljs of shoe e, i,:ibut always, of good shoes Ishoe value. Come see. 4atIth OF y0 I: e of goods. Soerice tells abso- > Ve advertise a certain suit or ;xtdoor it is advertised for $12.50. 2. y cent; the other perhaps not ~ W shall you decide? Buy of a , itisfies it's customers, that makes - no matter whose the fault. The at $8.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15,00 - 7r We are especially prcud of our il .stock of underwear this season, d pleased with yours if you come here s 50c, $1.00 and $1.25 per ga,.ment. garment. is store should always interest you, conomy. Not always of cheap shoes, r s. $2.50,to $3.50 is where there's best 3 _ W. RP L '.. . A. IJ'&A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 November 1897

^^^^^y^;^^^;-;,^-1^^-:^^^^ ;^ Mi^In Rtpley AM? :,S} li* tb uo-l., Afte1 tlimeeting 'thqsel^ r% lisa a lx^ ficate i h er t hr on e a.. 'fsv or ' of p a te d ia 1 o lu te ly d ec 1E 1nl04;O to Ies -P In ft eshe s t en.1 reSults, Ut uanformly eir eeif .her :' i.ene far a term of :years.: '' rs. 't:rs.to' the iwo lhairae,. 'Th., werei scarcely- mor,,e' .communiBcaptive'. Theol[ At;im *Is a fa- 7 b thagt.. a ermaan --lover -said ie pactical result of the metia Mtae a 1et that he could l iss hisws embodied inthis statement: That weeteO~ir. ten thousand timnqs if ten the ship brQker. agreed to rewt olu~rs;, 'hat ie kissgi her nearly !our qluotattin of rates to the Southwestern T'hat timehe in li reep hotrs, and. Freight bureAu as heretofore, the rsiia:tdhe lost thenbT.lF:.liph etbe r-al a roads agreeing to abide by such quoalld'':he lost the bet Foolish extravagance like this ought to be severely t s andalsto abide by the awad rebuked; and yet it is likewise a fact of the arbitrators in th...

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

Hi- o Sm ^ 'extehgie i -tt ,: ' ey,:ade:are ":'using the ^^to tlli e'an *allege4i'shipment of qn fr ;i'an important Texas mar^^^^^ he~ "madn who got the $60,000 is t s s-oiewhere, but 'his destinasunKnown, :and the exchange ~%'o~Kiers would give a dollar to find out. il~'!e person * most wanted, the' man w'ti-_ Thes swag,, has been buying cotton n 'f.'Texas for several seasons, and is :ell known in many of the large marS^ts-. ,He has been a regular shipper, ~d.arid heretofore his transactions have i!always! been square. About twenty diays ago he went to a large bank, told ':theli he had a large order for middling o;:iotton, and would like for them to cash ?:h1s draft. He gave the bank the name i'-' of 'a big firm of New York exchange b -. brokers, -who were selling the bills A, Against his shipment. The bank wired >:-the New York firm if the deal was all ' right, and received an answer that. if ?'he draft was accompanied, by the bills if :e.:flading'to honor it. ~ <i-it?,As a ...

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

a^,[* i'^4-8Xt3 'p . FIZETJL, 1E'ditorP,.1,'^ : $-...r-. t Ay 'O. 2- - . , . 97. ::'--. ? ~:S:T'T: ar,'~ov,27, 1'8-9 .: ''W -oTneis. utone thing ce rtain *J~if.:':wis?:W'aS.hy,:and November has ;";: .'::':: : ):m:.no :ex-ception to the rule. a ================= ::-.:": arme'rs of Texas should put in '^^tl~~i^'teieJy a.r of 'whea possible this ':::^'~:<.::::..:...:fall. In the northern States, ow;::.5: & .ing.tothe prolonged drouth, the '< . :.::':':.:::-:e Diplanealted in winter' wheat is .::::'::: ::practically nothing. - A "heavy :-Texas r Fmer , ,^ever aXre of':wheat :'. rg , 'his ;",:iC'//^ ." THE U. S. Supreme Court has :::::::: :: .:/ 1affir ned the decision of the lower :":L :?:' . l . v*cb'urt in the case of the Interstate :.:;:::-.>:::i ^Commerce Commission against .~ ;:':/'.':<'Z .. , ; the Alabama, Midland and Geor.:i**^ .':: . ...'. - gia Central railroad and others. 1:,~,,~;:-::':: - * '. This action of the court renders ':: the Interstate Commerce Corn:...

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

'~-~/)?-:;ins:.. ur -n:-. e:, ". ::ijre insurance 'ank E zelt. writ ^In;ltft's 'Lightninig Oil cures catarrh, '! nurafgia;, headache, cramp colic and di'?arrhmca; failing, money refunded. -Forsale by W. A. Baird. ' Miss Murphy Long, whe is one .'/of the assistant teachers in the Bristol school, was here Saturday ?: and Sunday. Miss Laura Orr, of Red Oak, was the guest of Misses Etta and Emma Duff Saturday. Fresh groceries always op hand' and 'Lancaster bran for sale at . ..Smith's. f,m' .', These are building times ir Ferris. Six new bricks are un, der construction and one is receiving the finishing touches. J. A. Harper was here Saturday from Waxahachie. Candidates Ed Hawkins and Geo. Sweatt were here Saturday. Leave your orders for groceries with J. A. Deel. Goods delivered to .any part of the city of Ferris. (;. I. Marshall has an elegant line of BABY BUGGIES. Call an( see them. I have moved my Blacksmith Aho;p opposite the Methodist church' where I1 will still be found ready to ...

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

*; L'-7. 1 }i,,L VD 1;- kt Pa pers. - - . , ? <^ i - --*' -; i '0 -, . ~ Washington, March 9.-Two. paper Aiplropriation Provtdin 85e0,000,000 for containing important information as J '.f": - m.:::.D g11,daring-:1reg s of ,la'sk : Washington, March 9.-In: a spirit pers, the ;publi.atlon of whic: ha :' o:, i{patriotism, with -oquent words been awaited with' great interest fc ringing in their ears, every member of nearly a year, have just issued fror the house of representatives yesterday the government printing office. The responded to the president's first call are both advance chapters from par to meet the Spanish situation by cast- III of the eighteenth annual report c , ling his vote for a bill placing in Pres;- the director of the United States geo -- dent McKinley's hands $50,000,000 to logical survey not yet issued. The p be expended at his discretion for the pers give the results of the reonnois national defense. . sance examinations by survey expert Party lines were swept...

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

I Too Much Knife! The use of the surgeon's knife is becoming so general, resulting fatally .. in such a large number of cases, as to occasion general alarm. Mr. William Walpole, of Walshtown, South Dakota, writes; "About three years ago, there came under my left eye a little blotch about the size of a small pea. It grew rapidly,and shooting pains ran in every direction. I became alarmed f/,f if i \and consulted a a good doctor, who '^M /S^^^- pronounced it can.^ l;3dl ^^ ^flcer, and said that it ,~ f *//'must be cut out. i %w8 -This I would not ty\,%~. X~,~/I consent 'to, having '." *'' little faith in the indiscriminate use of the knife. Read. ing of the many cures made by S. S. S., I determined to give that medicine a trial, and after I had taken it a few days, the cancer became irritated and began to discharge. This after awhile ceased, leaving a small scab, which finally dropped off, and only a healthy little scar remained to mark the place where the destroyer had held full swa...

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

t 'firstMnday in 3atiuary, ffrst X pjuily and October, '-:COM MISSIONERS COURT. . I::tS second Monday in February, t7',ugusk-and No'vember. JUSTICE COUTRT. C;nci;t No. 2--'Ferris, meets fourth inaesday in each month.' County Cullings. p'!:;: There is a melodeon at Arnold's I inusic which he got in trading around that is over fifty years old. It was made in 1846. It is the only one in Waxahachie and is a ! :-3 wind instrument but is not a poll/' tician. -Light. .Saturday night three young men of this city hired a horse and buggy from Pryor's livery stable to take a Short spin in the country. When they were returning to the city at a late honr of the night the horses ran away, demolishing the buggy and injuring each of the occupants, one being hurt quite seriously. No bones were broken, but one of them had three teeth knocked out and sustained several cuts about the chin and throat, so it is reported. The others had their faces badly scratched up. -Ennis News, Monday. The Ellis county...

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

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1897. Sale Begins Monday, NOV. 1.5,I and enc/s VN~ednesday, I a/ 7 Di-fs ia C " o A BONA SALEI We Mean what we say and will Give yoUz the GOODS COST For COSH NLY* PERR^ T^IS, I NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE ADVERTISED TO JC LAIL4 jhq a ^.f^^^ f a ALL D GOODS, IB0TSq SF0ES, HATs, ETC * 0 * e To Convince the people that we Do as we Adver= tise, and DO NOT Intend to try to deceive them, we give you our COST R E PS'l " tS 'w i frh^ is i es Ct. Brirtg this Mark with you and buy our Goods at NEW YORK COST. Having FOUR Large Stores in the county: Two in Ennis, one in Waxahachie and one fn Ferris, end buying our goods in Large Quantities for the CASH, we know that when we give the goods to you at what they Cost us that you get them 25 per cent LESS than oar competitors can afford to sell at their so=called cost prices. Nooos Reserve in this Sale. Come, ail e convinced. Leaders in Styles and Low Prices. - - I - .-I We Will POSITIVELY sell you GOOD 8easo n...

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

Bg',It ,i"olBseeih that hei 2 &esess~ui in Hlngiond S'thail :' :s:t/arek, ith:Mt, o;rigtj En the declarI ~thrAt tbhe: Monroe :doctrine. is inp. ee':.to Europe. It is rather a :lia, iof: natural protection, and its ig -ip s a1, to prevent insolence from :.bro. It is -ikewise a guarantee of Peace :without the undemocratic maintensnce of a great army. The effort q( Qtuis: Napoleon to make an empire 'of Mexico must never be forgot . .e . e:":-:T Kaiser wanted to: telegraph the :'pansh government his congratula-:ions because of what he called its t:firmness in its relation with Mvr. Woodford. He intended a slap at this governmentt after the manner of his rebukeue of England through congratu' lations to Uncle Paul of the Transvaal. '-Happily his advisers talked him out of -'it; biut his desire to burn his fingers ::will be gratified some day. It is :'kings, we believe, that rush in where angels fear to tread. i - Every time we raise the pen in bel. f hal f bleeding Cuba, we hesitate, ...

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

-. 1 :?a?~:le'_; t'Te, : 2%Dee.-: ' .-a, *Sd, y ortti:of Gooke county farm'':.are h u:ing to express uneasiness of' c ieerning the condition. of wheat.-The coautinued drought is causing it to die Iln 'some localities and unless rain \o'mes soon it is feared that a great -':el. of it will be ruined. The acreage is far in excess of any previous year, .and with propitous seasons a tremendous crop will be raised. Perhaps for not many years have the farmers of the county as a whole been so well supplied with meat raised at home. It is hard to find a farmer who will tell you that he hasn't raised -enough hogs to supply his family needs for the next twelve months, and many of them have some to spare, which they are selling and.pocketing the money. KILLED IN AFRICA. ''. - - A Young Man' Wlo Used to Live in Galves-ton Murdered. ..,.... Galveston, Tex., Dec. 2.-A Dispatch ;::;-.::: from Washington tells of a letter received by Mr. Leo Harmon of that ;.' S. city relating to the horrible story ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 December 1897

wte g sr., te: eal value of goods. :. price te!ts ab=;: ^= ^^- tveley nothing,.. We advertise a certain suiitfr ;r: ,'. overcast. fo r S 1 next door it is advertidf .SO. . 'iursis worth every cent; the r' other pertps', not : worth a cent. How shall you decide? Buy of a " firm that always satisfies it's customers, that makes c every wrong right, no matter whose the fault. The : suits and overcoats at $8.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 -- V : - ' satisfy every time. t5j',) M)( pn.Q .rt/ ndprcltvt ^'lnr We are especially proyd of our 11 UnUr weal. stock of underwear this season, : and you will be proud and pleased with yours if you come here :,'.: 0 for it. Winter balbrigans 50c, $1.00 and $1.25 per garment. Wool $1.00 to $2.50 per garment SHOE NEWS At this store should always interest you, b: ecause it tells of shoe economy. Not always of cheap shoes, ^ .' ;. but always of good shoes. $2.50 to $3.50 is where there's best ' . shoe value. Conimesee, I Matthews Bross. Tellthe=Truth Clothi...

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