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

I - . M' . X 7 !..j. L 91~8~ ~i~iU of 0-- 0 0 IBOLT . Sale Begrins bOV. 12 and 0 ON0TINUE 5 days. * - .=- w..... . . . . . . . . y-a 0.f It.Ia . .Am ,, . . . .. . . .. .~erp~ns l~e~arern~R ~ ~ rm~a~B~Pm rr~s~aara em -pnnr~Hp3~rs~ i~~ 8~ssUIUBIP~U p~rrA LOCAL NEWS. " i'W1NWrit ,000 dozen'eggs at J. A. Deel's. Those who have not yet paid their arrears to TIE \MWHEEL are respectfully reminded that the publisher is needing these small amounts and asks that the same be settled as soon as possible. Chattel mortgage blanks at (-this office. J. F. Rush dealer in staple and fancy Groceries, fresh produce, nuts & etc. S. A. Wilkinson, of Palmer, filed a chattel mortgage Wednesday naming B . . Wilkinson as; trustee. Liabilities $4,674. 'Uncle Wat" Duff was very sick one or two days this week, but wve are glad to report him much improved. Justice of the Peace W. D. Pitts, J A. Wi(:ker and Frankl Ezzell paid the county capital a' business visit Monday. I am now ready to serve the public at m...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 December 1897

"back to his cll chnvictP he- adfiitted thatlat l^^ t &c j^i~ t,a and that he, aand 3W': 'WMrs,. .Nacak illel "^ ui-ensuppe. T h . lhs acknowledgement of guilt took m: "pe while Thorn's cell in the jail was " e'i:; fig prepared for him. During the % 'trial Thorn had been under the charge of :- Police Captain Methven of Flush ,'1;: 'n. Capt. Methven had him under his ~ .':.:i watchful eye when the jail officials .:':: . searched the cell Thorn is to occupy '.::: . '- fr a:day or two. While this was f-;: . :being done, Thorn talked with the ":; . police captain. He said: "I am glad it is over and the verdict given. I am convicted and ; I an contented. It was I who killed Guldensuppe and I cut up his body. Every word that Mrs. Nack said upon -' the stand was substantially correct. : When I was on the stand I lied when telling the story as I did, but I lied to clear myself. It is no use carrying it any further. I am guilty and I am convicted. It is what I expected, and what I suppos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 December 1897

'^^^-^** ......~'~:-,~:'? ;:?': -:: mt;Y8b'ok's::ctOn ,'/orl-,~0e:::f' l . 9 j q ^.<ORIGI NAL. und'0 of Your :fair ffehto be cut o ' ' ....SEECTED.. ...-wany, :weuoiiwtere alctea,..,aha e ac-d e- the infzbrmatibnr: 'd wantknj. wh';t atoyouu:' AND SEECTEDleas:et Of your utody acknowledged: theeue : ive: propesies ofj will candidly a.nswer. my'-qu estt e., '":.. pleasth me." This horrible bargain, a new and wonderful remedy 'tralejCigareftte Intur'ious To the health"' "Va.'ted-: to Take His Choiee-Staes. whihi ch' Shakespeare has made so fi/mil- marked ". ..Five" Drpp' One says: "It all dep ends, mam,": -said the] .]Kissing--some Good Darkey Stalies-- iar to all, -has made Shylock's name a cannot gratitude tobac synonym for all that is heartless and to God,-also to you, for the ben- "nw hat?" t o.rGwd,. .also to you, for the ben'Laughing Stock. merciless. And yet Shylock only de- efit I am receiving from 'Five Drops.' "On whether you smoke them or sell manned a pound of flesh. But ...

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

0 : - hil; ~ieCol Seso isWidlyA6vnc~gA teiea o Wpe:eqwi-e ~v While the Cold Season is rapidly advancing and the'demands of the people forwinter r is f and we Prepared ourselves to do a Large Business with a stock not: to be compared with, but realizing the Pressing financial condition, and Besides, finding ourselves Enormously Overstocked ilt many departments, we are Determined not to Carry Over any goods. Low Prices is the Great Lever that Can Move them! Now we put this question before you to consider: Do you want to Save 25c o'n Every Dollar's worth you purchase? If that is any consideration to you, come to see us. Remember this is a Bona fide Fact and an Opportunity you can hardly afford to overlook. Read the Great Values we of= fer in Standard Qualities. Compare them. Clothing. NMen's all wool Cassinere suits, well made single' and double breasted, $A $7.00, quality, for .......... 3 I~, 5 ,:,: I .made, in blue and black .... ten:"s all wool suits in Scotch tweeds and plaids, no...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 December 1897

FERRIS WHEEL SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 5, No. 14. FERRIS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1897 $1.00 PER ANNUSM. _,--. ,, ,-~ ."~_~_--U-u-l--~U L _ . _p India. INDIA,-TEXAS, Dec. 1, 1897.-- People are done picking cotton and are moving daily to their new homes for another year, many of whom are leaving this part to get homes Tom Jonest we are told, left Monday for Dallas to engage in the restaurant business his former occupation. We wish him success. Walter F. McBride left Tuesday for Tennessee, his old home. Says he is gone to stay. All the sick we hear of are on the mend since the coli( 'hog killing'" time we haye been having. Some of our people are plowing their land preparatory for a big crop next year. Wheat is fine here, there being some mpre sowed this year than for a good while. Our young people enjoyed a line social entertainment at W. 'T, Hurley's on 'J'unsstay night. The music rendered was line and all went well nntill a late hour when they.atijourni ed and went home rejoicing. Constable...

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

OL 5.N.1.FRIELSCtNY TA SAUDY DEC. [1, 187 $1.00 P ANNUMI I , 111, I I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~U m AT COST For 30 DAYS. Sale Begins Monday, NOV. i5, and ends Wednesday, :DE>. - .L,- , . . = ,',c_,.. A BONA FIDE SALE. We Mean what we say and will Give you the GOODS FT COST For I.,L MCDO 7 FERRIS. 3 COST I El For 30 DTYS We will POSITIVELY sell you GOOD Seaso nale .MERCHANDISE At Actual COST! WE GIVE YOU OUR COST MARK, Bring It with you. AT COST FOR CASH T NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE ADVERTISED TO SE LL A-T CCOST! -:-: ALL DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATs, ETC To Convince the people that we Do as we .* I S Adver tise, and DO NOT Intend to try to deceive them, we give you our COST MARK: J 0 E B A L D R 1234 I 567890 X REP Cut This Out. Bring thi; Mark with you and buy our Goods at NiW YORK COST. Having FOUR Large, Stores in the county: Two in Ennis, one in Waxahachie and one fn Ferris, and buying our goods in Large Quantities for the CASH, we know that when we give the goods to you at what they Cost us...

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

A reE ' A'S .iS. ITEMS-. ' :TE : ";' . Several mornings ago fre broke out - ? ;:; i?'.' n Barrett's cotAon yard in. Abilene, I.': lTaylor county, and destroyed about .-" < ':'' ,fifteen bales of cotton. - . The attorney general at Austin, re>?,i ; .' gently approved, and the comptroller :' i...': e . revered $9000 of E'gin schoolhouse :':: : b l>onds, Bastrop county. A few days ago W. B. 'Fuller, a fairmer living five miles west of Bartlett, ", Williamson county, shot himself . through the heart with a winchester ': rifle. Some of the neighbors saw him fall. :-H , -- - John G. Brown, a retail liquor dealer :: : in Rockdale, Milam county, filed a chattel mortgage recently, naming ' . D. Wilson as the trustee, to secure four creditors, with aggregate liabilities of $6000. Another tank factory has begun ;; work in Corsicana manufacturing tanks for the purpose of saving the ~.,: . ; large quantities of crude oil which is going to waste on account of insufficient tankage. : yAA....

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

Eulesi t*':ae^ei. e 'Promlnent Ie st^sage-RHe Touche UIpon iOi. Asnexation-Many Other Im*'eiuts.' . ; : 'iney, at-12 o'clock today, sent his '. ;.~':wsal message to congress. He conrt. -.. :i'alated congress upon assembling ;^;.;: under felicitous conditions. Peace and iit: good will with.all nations of earth con;.. tinue unbroken, he says, and we should : f- eel genuine satisfaction at the growing ;:^C A ..~spihlt of fraternal regard and unification . in all sections of our country and lifting of great public questions above party prejudice. Finances of the Government. ' :.. Tariff legislation having been settled : by the extra session of congress the ';: : question next pressing for considera: ltion is that of currency. The president .. .says: "The work of putting our finances upon a sound basis, difficult as it may .',<: - seem, will appear easier when we re'~';'.: call the financial operations of the gov- ernment since 1866. On the thirtieth day of June of that year we had ou...

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

:'' . tuisd every atuy d ene {:: ish!" eseryen-tusrday mand enter,:d at;)cbe postoflce'^iat Ferris, Texas, as ASHY" < seondl-eclass mal.maltter. ' .. : AD ' : RRISL RATES. i Locals 5c per line aid display ads, t2.,c per inch per insertion. 'Liberal cuts on ads for large space orlongtime. go sace : l FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, Dec.i, 1897. i -: O ON another page you will find : '- 0 President Mckinley's message to --:. congress which convened Monday. t^; - ~ ONE hundred marriage license : : . : were issued in St. Louis one day last week, breaking all previous ,:.... : , records. L g IT is hardly probable that the : dee bill cut the salaries of County -f , ; officials so deeply as to cause a '"' . 'dearth of candidates next year. THE Abe House case which has already cost Ellis county a fortune and was moved to Dallas county by a change of venue, was postponed again last week till ..- : February on account of the ill,iess of one of the attorneys. THE resignation of Associate '....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 December 1897

V :ii:y;!`" i:ii ,I,, i-.i :: :I .; i -i '- . Xwe - - w o ; - ; Wt97 : ; 09 A/ 0 0 0^ w &< t ad we r zoo r iX THINGS WE Ia No one sells better clothing than xwe do. This much we know. We buy from first hands. We are sure no firm sells at smaller profits, and we do know that for the rest of Decernber we propose to give you the biggest end W ,iof the profit on Clothing. Every Suit In The House Boys Clothing. In Colors Very taking indeed are the boys' knee suits we are showing. They are Mrs. Jane Goes in now and hundreds of our high grade Hopkins' make, and for strength and dura= blacks. bility we know of none that equals. $20.00. $18.50 and $15.00 suits $ $6.50, and $6.00 suits and o f ...or .......................... '5 0 overcoats ......................... 4 9 5 $15.00, $13.50 $12.50 and $10.00 $5.00 and $4.50 suits and q: suits for........ ................ 7 overcoats .....................95 $10.00 and $8.50 suits $3.50 suits It's our annual clearingup sale, inau $3.00 suits...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 December 1897

- was leakeii : with 1 : t : s tom ac ah and I could hardly 'bear f ,.' -:^ > . x to move. I -bad sev.-S^ : 7',:"., -^ ^'. .... -^^ ertl doctors examon my ltver; wotiDti ; ,, ,' t ll f ers said it was in- ':: :: . digestion; some : ,:one thing, some another. I took evS erything they prescribed, but no relief came. I could not drink enough water : to quench my thirst; if I did it would c-- ome up in a short time and leave me ; with a sick stomach. I could only eat ; corn bread ead drink milk; at night, about one o'clock, it would come up. : I suffered this way for two years. My bones ached as though I had been pounded every morning. I could hard- ly realize that I was able to move. My bowels would not move unless I took physic. I read about every medicine I could, and had faith in everything. Finally I read about a medicine called Pe-ru-na. I got a bottle, and, after taking it, felt some ease. I was hand11ng drugs, and I ordered some to keep in stock and to take myself. I oontinue...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 December 1897

. :"A... ..ot,: '::- - -" '6`ei A. j I::. , ' ,-i~,~-,:,f/!t. o reta druggists art ' 'oe , all drggistst are called upon ma :mor e frequently than are regular 'Uti'titioners for medical advice and ! . :Q::o instantaneous relief, says the New .i;t . York Tribune. In communities where the druggist and doctor are struggling i. 't:or a livelihood the latter watches the former with a jealous eye. Persons of moderate means who have petty ail7 ' m:.ents invariably call upon the near! est druggist to prescribe and administer relief. Should the proprietor of . the pharmacy plead that it would be unlawful for him to usurp the functions of a physician his customer will, w .ith a shrug of the shoulders, amble off to hunt up a druggist with less conscience. There are some retail ;:.': . druggists in New York city who as a :; ' matter of business policy never prescribe a remedy, no matter how we' :! i': 5 ; known or how urgent the appli A may be. '"Go to a doctor and get."a'ur prescription," they...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 December 1897

1~'?-3' ::".' . - ' ':x .i. ' - ' '; 7rs - : ' TREMENDOUS REDCTIQI f o ii'gs3e~l naF r k S I I T L While the Cold Season is rapidly advancing and the demands of the pei'o r winter wear is Great, and w e Prepared ourselves to do a Large Bus"for intess wihasokotobe mar~ with'Grealiigthe and we Prepared ourselves to do a Large Business with a stock not to be compaEdrith, but realizing the Pressing financial condition, and Besides, finding ourselves Enormously Overstocked\ many departments, we are Determined not to Carry Over any goods. Low Prices is the Grea\ Lever that Can Move them! Now we put this question before you to consider: Do you want.o Save 25c on Every Dollar's worth you purchase? If that is any consideration to you, come to see us. Unember this is a Bona fide Fact and an Opportunity you can hardly afford to overlook. Read the Great Vies we of= fer in Standard Qualities. Compare them. i ~ ~ ~ ~- .... Clothing. MIen's all wool Cassimere suits, well made single and doibie'bre...

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

W 1ll our Customers 0 . . Be Pleased? This is the question that decides all arguments in this store. When we buy and when we sell; when we make prices that is the question that we ask ourselves . The ple= asing ot our customers is the first object to be attained. If anything in any way does not please, it's a favor 6o us if you tell us about it. You'll not grumble at the way we adjust Ir e i em t~ 9-? JC^? * 57 Price cutting tells wonderful tIales here now $e///^n s ud,/ff^ a/F DjSH^ ./A. We are selling suits for $9.75 that were reamff~tf^/W dily worth $16 50, $15.00 and $12.50. Every suit in colors and hundreds of blacks. S TTSTU T FO 1 1 2 750. In this lot goes all suits in colors and many '- 1 * ,r *f^ of our fine blacks that were $t5.00, $22.50, $20,00, $18, 50 and $15,00. SUITS FOR $7.50 and $5.00-You can buy the $10.00 and $8.50 suits for $7.50 and the $7.50 and $6,50 suits for $5.00. Some very great values in this lot. gSP ^jN ,4k . At $8.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00. They a...

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

: : ;ri lwan ma rt'tavei.4by suggp$,t trebeptalti t.th ftLpier of. 5.^ '.'^;:' '*^^ *' ^*:^;'A^-':^;.l^ ';;^, ':M'is Willard wants':workingmen to .. :fhave palatial clubs where they can :'Zunge and rest as .in: a saloon. Isn't ' 'hat: kindness at the:; expense: of their ' women and children?-~ ;-' Trials for "lese majeste"-which, in :: practice, means criticism of the emperor-are so common in Germany that William II. appears to be a law unto himself. A well-known diplomatist affirms, however, that it is not so. ' A writer in the Living Church saw :: this sign on the door of a Chinese laundry in Chicago: "Please help us ..:..- to remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy by bringing your clothes to the laundry before ten o'clock on Sun, : days." Only one of the Chinamen was acquainted with the English language, and all were apparently heathen. The irony was obvious, and the lesson for people calling themselves Christians quite as plain. ::^ .' There is a time-honored notion that . a n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 December 1897

*:^> : .: : -: . a y -a ' serious matter. 'It may ":i'i:;'r;." . not cause death cr prove to be dan, .,:'. ? :; .%.. : gerous. But the f!-, .~ '. :l,:? tb~1chances are that it ;: V 2,: S-~ will. Hence it is - 7 il^ l to a serious mater. -' ~ ' : //A cough is a wealriing that catarrh has at last reached the bronchial tubes, if not the lungs. Of course, in some cases the catarrh passes off without doing any permanent injury; but in the majority of Instances it does not do so. It is the worst kind of folly to neglect a cough. It is simply suicidal for which there is no excuse. This is especially true when a remedy is in reach of any one, and a remedy that cures without fail. Pe-ru-na cures cough by removing the catarrh, which is the cause of the cough. F. W, Linden, 412 Scott street, Little Rock ,,Ark.; writes: "I was atflicted with a very severe cough for about eighteen months. I coneilted several physicians, who told me that my right lung was somewhat affected. I tried several pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 December 1897

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ : ' iLb r:h: ' "; ,__ _ _ __._ Hl4~ per iuead display ads plunged ini, the; deepest borroww .th The is a StunnHer , Bhpe.'J insertion.. Liberal little d daughter .:of the dead man knelt Td I n_ _;'___ o olage space or long time. 1.T Q<= f1 A r f * 'L H. &T 0Timen Tabl~e, lowing player-: H.S; T,. Agents wil seell round t. ___able________low____________________________________trip'-tickets on:lmeember 21st and ToI Wearit to'lP ais e 4P :N:orthboun. 1 South bound. "God,our father, Thou hast taken 2d goo 30days at ONE FARE' _ ,_ _ I"o 1 5:35p m No. 2-10:.0 am our dear papa home to Thee. Oh, to points in Alabama, Mississippi, ', rEE . J.T EP1'T:' I'^CItL , rl<-+ ^ . )37:26 a m ", 4-8:03 p m keep and care for dear mama and all Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, Flor-ao th f . 15-10:30 " 16-5':05 " of us and some day let us meet and ida, North and South Carolina. I i rOn il6t. n' FRAN EZaL, Edor. know papa again. And our Father, C.W. BEnr, M.L.R OBBINS, None Qtifor, l g ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 December 1897

* fl4p"^ ,J e's';^'. I' .' . 9:,. ,'' l a t -f :;:C s -t as -ciaies' ;t tetat OCrtim &.Swinvny's. MIsis Addie' Allen is suffering om sprEe eyes. - .:i :move is on foot to have a :: VXmas tree and should meet with :es:ecess.; There is no more fitting oi. celebration nor one that brings -i:': more joy to children than a tree Y': vell loaded with presents. .:-; Mrs. Cheek went to Dallas :- f Tuesday to attend the burial of a il? relative, Mrs. Robinson, of Waco. Ferris lodge, No.-206, K. of. P. elected the following officers -: Thursday night: C. A. Weatherford C. C.-; I. J. McKay, V. C.: ; .J. F. Sewell, Prelate: L. L. 'Raphael, M. of W ; G. B. Maii lone. K. of R. &S.;J.M. Har-din, M. of A. . - Don't forget that Crum & Swin,,: : ny have the nicest line of Xmas goods in town. : The agent of Mr. Couch's Nur' sery four miles north of Lancaster will be in town next week and will take orders for trees, shrubs, flowers etc. at one half the usual price. A. A. Malloy, C. W. Crum a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 December 1897

^ 'i^ ~thie~ tilattivee ecut~ 'him a margin ofp profit whice is sgi'e-. won .u..er .s 11 : i:?: : bils.<:'Mr. Livingstoen (Dem.) cient- to induce the investment ofcp- faces, stingi: l shot.I t of currency, the port to 'et W:: 4'h, t:' /': .t ::::: 'o"a -gi: a submitted some general re.- ital. Now, What are these advantage? fields thecrash o i dr.ria sas . athr marks in oppostion to the civil service First, that cotton is conveniently near, could be heard. as one after sii of such ioas hat of h No" businOess' .law. which he denounced as ai humbug and that freight on it can be saved; i gave way under the strong'pressure of .currency. Whle the great uprising tion of bills and ,anda fraud. . .second, that water power is abundant. the wid. The first to go.down was n favor of soun money in 1896 was ac Mr . DeArmnd (Dem.) of Missouri, if you care to utilize it, and that coal- the derrick at the Lang well, No. 2, not without its good effect, there is Aon e bi [] under the latitude ,allow...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 December 1897

3e:~u. ~Mpi:~ I,'' . - l * :;"''. '' A -' ent ti > .Uonev Bee. ' SO- W. Reynelds, ot Los Angeles, Cal., !^(J. :'n- . f the oldest traveling men in the United State,. is 71 years of age. Mr. ^-:::'ie Reynolds halg: a ranch, of which he enf' oys telling Oen more than he does of :he experiex(es through which he has passed during: his half century upon i'i ' . :he road. The ranch is near San Diego, -: 3z.aL The chief product is honey. This ?roduct is gained from two apiaries, - v which Mr. Reynolds visits every time i Us business permits him to go to iOuthern California. "In my apiaries, whidh are cared for by my son," said lie, "there are 140 stand of bees. The honey season lasts from April to July. r his season my bees yielded 40,000 ? ounds of honey, which sells in that country in bulk lots at 4 cents a'pound. rwo of the hives gave over 500 pounds tach. For ten years I have been inter?sted in bees fn a small way, and I <ake greater interest in them every rear. A hive or stand o...

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