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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 January 1898

-u.' bound. ; :i CJEMABL'E.' ' , i. , B :5X. einct _No, 2. .i^^a(?M.: liberal 9 )tfc or sig :tmie,: 4-8:03 :.p L40 Editor. ut. ;ls 1898. 3MENTS. : Precinct offices dance, ELL. eeinct No, 2. 2S. By. las withdrawn )r the United now Gov. Cula walkover. ,s been found in Alahas' been, drawing penr. fourty-four imaginary T. his was a stupendous of fraud, but is in pretty A keeping with the pension stem in general.-Ex. Alex. Moseley, the strongest man- the populist party had in .-Ellis county, has stepped back on -;::t;le i mLnc critic platform and -after, henceforth and forever be found in the household of /first love. I-e is a good man, nan of influence, and we gladly dicome him. back to the fold. -Italy News. IW. J. Buie of the secretary of tate's office left today for Waxihachie to close a trade for the ' Vaxahadhie Enterprise, the olddeBst paper in that section. Mr. -' Buie will continue in the secre.,;1, tary of state's office and will I.:-. 'place C. F. Yeager, a well known ,i- .-;n...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 January 1898

hSoreturnr 7 l^ropam j o s t slT h i^f Ci/o Tt"toi Crs.ou thn Ts or .a..m.en.s ...s.b c: : cription. i ' '' . : M . A.Hurs FerrisJan. 5':.V MWikinson, of Palmer, .7. Ik^'.,Mo~i~~:Ioday R. E. L. Gooch " Feb. 15-98 rf. <eq. :Tur' er and little W. D. Smiley. India, Jan. 8-99 Cde.of Ennis. aecomnani- Gran Norman, -99 e"y'M YMrs Go'o. d Harris, of Bard:weil,, visited friends here Sunday. .Ba^o rn. to L. R. Weatherford ,4:nd .wife Saturday a fine boy. i-Farmers are busy turning ii::their land and preparing a anotherr crop. . Walter ::. emble. over for THE WVHEEL is authorized to :; .;announce Walter S. Kemble, of I <:"<Waxahachie, one of Ellis county's tl.. 'most energetic and honorable .!;:young men, as a candidate for the o office of District Clerk of Ellis county at the ensuing November i.^I- election. Mr. Kemble is at pres?~j'L :ent, deputy sheriff, which office he has filled for a number of -years. H:': , Rev. M. E. Hawkins was called to Palmer Tuesday to perform the marriag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 January 1898

Sbi: ':: (a?:il Sau're , Iwa gt up" Meond ,[1riail Dj /:** *losecur the :Pass, os i Aimuit .,The'sAearWe not'me wv'l, the 'following p, titted in its place: 'ngress of'. the Uni 'as, by 'an:-act of y" approved d June 4,'11 Ars was appointed ,ne, the works at Ar id board, consisting of ( obert, Major Wm. T. R it. John Biddle, and s imissions, in pursuance as prescribed by said a ansas Pass on or ab and make while ther litigation of all w ,n done toward open thoroughly examine ,aid pass and the pos .ng opened, and the c s importance and va cial world as a har ry, and said board d of December, 1897, d whereas, by said e plain that said,p i to at least a deptl a reasonable outlay government, and a ts value as a harbor 1 world, for all of wh iereby made to said hereas, the Aransas P ,any, which has heretof Ad with certain rights i s by an act of your honors ,y which it, with certain con was authorized to open ande said harbor; and whereas, a -pany has failed as yet to impro id harbor and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 January 1898

o'r bPeTiK estioen often cases irreg aty - ti w r tlee^s action. This irregiity *ja ilsiistakena for real, organic heart . iseai ,:Thie symptom namsre much the same. ^';:T ie r is .however a vast difference between :h;e ttwo: organic heart disease is often inablTabI; * apparent heart'disease is curable ' good digestion be restored. .i' easein poin t is quoted from the New i":;: , of Greeasburg, Ind. Mrs. Ellen Colom, Nlewpoint, Ind., a woman forty-three .J 9,':ears old,-had suffered for four years with i '-distressing, stomach trouble. The gases "'ernerated by the indigestion pressed on the ' \heart, and caused an irregularity of its ac'tion. She had much pain in her stomach ;: I and heart, and was subject to frequent and severe choking spells which were most severe 'at night. Doctors were tried in '.-: vain; the patient became worse, despondi'[ ent, and feared impending death. 'i ' , tI\ /I/I A Case of Heart Failure. Si he was much frightened but noticed that !; in intervals in whi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 January 1898

43 &,ti.? : , W y. ^ 'w ,a.:re:- i ,, !:: 'end* s khe&stlm^'l ogryo u to i.r/:e, rhekon ps afgood ant,asitf les weight than halot a heel; ,o ared so ou rn tioal life wbecomeight than ous staff of life to our t you and all like you a choice of candidates, oaf of husks is given you arie offered a choice beidates, after you have by ,ce from your primary left chink for you. get the idea of party so around in your Aheart,-percacs;ie yuon were born a this or ,at .you :wfil vote for a man in i.r :ft. rather than for a good a an- irii!:9other, then as a voter you 'noitc Lno,::;tsatecd. You have not 'in any sens', :.isen to the co,:prchen-h sion of .the ct tl:it yo : are first, les!t. nand allte tline t . a cnsto):Jan n:ltioinal rather ' i.ani; prty health.' TIn 'ri,:f, Ith lhie l ;e veotn," (:clcava'Q, ,iS well, if it be bctvwn a una an! n.i : tand often liable to be wro', if t is between party and party whose act: rfi m- eS'piartisans would some:' times find it hard to explain. I :...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 January 1898

V vlUJJ l i.D .l. 0 99 VL J J., IN v A. Ju..l.lJ a VUI1 ,,.xuxJ'&.J i.!L. JUc..JJI f , AiUJJ.UUO.. Al. LIlVVI J, JLU Rev. J. P. Roddy, age about 74 Equal to the Situation. SA years, died at the home W e of his -- f W ll cXcw% esons, on W. T. Lay pr's farm A story is told of a colored preachi: S ; L^Ow llC^^ U l Jl ^c S Thursday, Jan. 13th, ;,at 10 a. er who was holding a meeting in a . His remains were' to rest at large tobacco barn in a rural district HI- - Is but a faction. Highness of quality Lancaster cemetery at l(o'clock to- in Kentucky. An empty tobacco day. He was a Bapti~t preacher, hogshead was impressed into service or general rightness of goods for the his ministry dating back o 1864, and as an elevation upon which to stand :E ; ,"intended uses is of first importance was from Tennessee to texas. He while delivering his discourse. To W atch leaves six children, three sons and Warming up with his subject he whom live in that community; arms into the air above his head ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 January 1898

fw diay -age iis bnds held . ago': the residence y, in (zsicanta, was deLoUs $600; insurance edeemed $1000 of jail 'd by the scbaol fund Aty redeemed $1000 - .huse, eight miles Ki, Kaf maa county, ,me days past. Total loss. tut $300; no insurance. ton gin belonging to W. J. !, ten, miles northwest of Milam county, burned sevgo. Loss about $2500, in500. il, a prisoner, confined in il at Marshall, was found few nights ago in a danlon. He almost died from e hotel, belonging to J. Taylor, Williamson )n fire-a few days ago ;ed to the amount of irniture $250. of Ed Bechtold, a farne miles west of Marglarized recently. Mr. k was broken open and of it. No clew to the itonio and Gulf railroad ay. paid $12.67 tax on passenger earnings, and legrams handled during the ending Dec. 31, 1897, to the )ller at Austin. nard Ship, a negro, arrested at Arkana the other day, on the .rge of criminally assaulting the ung negro girl, LAna Bowen, was re.imaded and went to jail to await the action of the gra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 January 1898

WAR IN-THE CLOUDS;.: ,h'; > .Will AHsppen When the Flyin ' ..': , ,': ' chine CGets Its War Paint On. -:; Tihe e; ^ nenifflyfihlay-cgceeded in r ing an enormous thundercloud. B: ,, works were speedily thrown up an a cloud strongly fortified. A fierce ;::i nnade fromthe government air was maintained for some time, bul - duced no apparent effect. :,'-, . ,The cloud was slowly drifting i3 i? '': . :with the awful possibility of comi: :;he: v: ' range of some of the great cities c : : -interior which had not yet been pr 'ed with dynamite proof roofs. moisture had baen wrung out of por i: ',:; of the cloud and tents constructed the resulting material. So it was ;.:: ,- ' .'dent that the enemy was determin a protracted cruise. Prospects looked dark. The comn ' ' er of the government forces, how i^: ; 'was not to be thwarted. By telep] communication he had an immense . n- i ume of hot air discharged immedi beneath the floating cloud. The < 1: was instantaneous. The great :i:* :. . 'c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 January 1898

iaY' and.entereietis, ,Texas, as -.- er. , , '- ,- , er/,iu:e: and display, ads ,er insertion. ,Liberal 'ge spe or long time. C l e -Tablee . T. s sth b0ouna.: n lo. 2-10;30 a m , =i k' 4-8:03 p o:30 , V 16- 5:os05 FRANK EzZELL, Eitor. TcURpAY, Jan. 22, 1898. ONNOUNCEMENTS. offices $5, Precinct ly cash in advance, rk. ALTER S. KEMBLE. I GE P. COOPER. offices 'k. A. LASSWELL. ,D HAWKINS. irer. DY P. MIZELL. )E SINGLETOM. c Peace Precinct No, 2. i. J. SANDERS. 'recinct No. 2. ARCH BUSBY. z new occupation tax law is gently , in- pany instances, unst and a menace to home inustry, which cannot endure. THE board of directors of the Agricultural and MechaniCal college at Bryan has postponed the election of a successor to President Ross till March 1st. - EUGENE BURT, the murder of -,_ -.i,--..J-'viftnd-cascchil ldaren, hangs ;:;: ." ;at Austin to-day (Friday,) the .;::'- ;. -board of pardons having refused -: ;to commute his sentelice to imprisonment for life. J~- : EDITOR CORNWELL has sold...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 January 1898

IW'EWI $U ; l"! ^ ; 1 ~;t,::~<7:::.^ ?. ' n.'." : ' :i^,Aeg:ret, to learn that G :'i ::'eran.is very sick at his fl ";., ) ' r's; south of town. : -. M'.' ;Mlm. G..H. Marshall is visit ' :. her mother, Mrs. White, at I las. i.. - 'On Feburary 15, 19, 20 and ..:i'?::: the Central will sell round t -c :;: tickets to New Orleans at , ';i : fare, $15.30. Good 15'days, i'' ' 'Mr. A. W. Rice was attendi .:::''court at the county seat the f ':: ; of the week. ;::::,, Prof. J. I. Orr, wh6 is tea , ing at Hilburn. was here Sat ),' . day and Sunday during the dea and burial of his grandfath (: ' . Mr. W. R. Duff. Col. P. H. Pardue, of the V 'arado Bullitin, was in Fe] Tuesday on business and p this office a pleasant call. Miss Annie Johns of Washi: ton county, Ark., is here on a v it to friends, Mrs. John HI. Sm and Miss Geneva Jones. As Barney Young was comr to town Monday morning in wagon with his mother and au his team became frightened a ran some distance, but luckily little damage and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 January 1898

I O c OW% WUt1, N&v. O...... ......Wk-I:"A ... :'ra wyp]otter, of le: c`esolution wchwa repod tyehrt': rmot'gwith ' ev-[ theoffi.anee committee. r..C f thlis Cndtrip toj o t wpW~iiH~tl^^t^ : * .;*'. .; J Ji':C::[:rt~t^ e 'Clmibialand 'trill.' to-Dawsoa City). Fma'ce:K'i-e:.':/J asc'a shheme-fr b.:ill authorizing the attorney gen- committt clpdt.m da .aid the St4enier : leave-arintditaily.'-wthu-'l- . a double track erial, the secretary. of the 'treasury and1 houie 1 ,ee ';'ded ' to the consideration reds of: pasesngers. I' :, :man cases : (a Loeve e nr:vI .~ay .dKanisas City u:p thee ssecretary of war to compromise Of di.trict"business.. iAfter)..e pas- very ticket is sold. days before the de- Yld," two' 'car .:.. . ....... valley, :i distance of sixty- and adjust certain claims of the tJni- 'ag of :three bills of purely local im- parture : of the .'steamer. Men and Bowder Bros., who . . . . p Itk^ es . company, capitalized ted States against the state of Tennes-i pertanc-, -the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 January 1898

nFARM AND GAREN. ' MATTERS 'OF INTEREST - ACGICULTURALIST. TO olne Up-to-Date Hints About Cultivation of the Soil and Yields Thereofnorticunltnre. Viticulture and Flonrl I!1^i?". culture. Preparing for Sugar Beets. -i ? Indiana Experiment Station:-The increased interest in the sugar beet question has brought to the experim- ent station an unusually large num! 2 -~ ber of samples of sugar beets from all l 'h':. ' .sections of -the state. Some of the `i ; ! . beets were raised from seed furnished by the station and some from seed obtained from other sources. In the case of the seed sent out from the station, full working directions were furnished. In most cases these directions were not ; ollowed, although those who requested free seed agreed to fully follow working directions. The most essential -;- preliminary to raising good sugar beets is the proper preparation of the seed bed. The ground should be stirred to a depth of at least 16 inches. The best way to accomplish this is to tur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 January 1898

:MiNA :tOCK'T.': 1 1879, a'ndd have sold it to'a great- m. ma op"i~ t:o,.ver th: country, :: r :and have;found that it proves to- wQor;ni wole hsyvgtem, -It is like er' '-: yearam [ putting coal oil on oId machinery, it goes rogh and gets it in work . C-ing condition; and that is the way with .;my Tonic it acts 01o the Liver, flary, 2'years in Kidneys, Spleen and Stomach, and builds p 'the broken down system. It makes poor people fat and makes them feel like new people. , For <( <i,; ac blood purifier, if one of my 50 cent bottles .does not do more good than a $1.00 bottle of Hood's SarsapTrilla, I'will give it to you. I guaarantee every bottle to the druggist and he will guarantee it to you. i rape," " " If you take my Tonic according to directions, and when the bottle is gone, if not satisfactory return the bottle. to your *drtiggist and get iutt .to murder, your money back. If your druggist does not keep. my Tonic, get him r - to order it for you, and if he will not, send y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 January 1898

r' i Ji_ FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, AY, JAN. 29.1 i8. Patrick School Ho^ r superior to any other. ::'^' * '* *" '^-r^. 9 * % ---- . .12l- Mr. Jim Bronson visited our Owing to the bad weather of last school last week. * ' '! .^ Ulc week we falled to be repJ ;ed- Mrs. J. A. Bradley and herson, but if nothing prevents we it' note' Robert, visited Mr. J. D. Brice, of -^ ls8 btut a faction. Highness of quality j the happenings of this wee Lawnsdale Saturday and Sunday. The roads are in a bad % dtion Mr.' .G. W. Hewell and wife and or general rightness of goods for the since the late rain, but As e:.rkan- little'twin girls, Willie and Winnie, intended uses is of first importance m. H 11 1^^ ^ a: intended uses is of first importance sas traveler styles it <T!ihe is a of Red Oak, visitediMr. ' rn. Hewell f^K IA hpere. 5 'good road about two feet b1kw." of this place last Sunday and MonThe strong wind Tuesda:: night day. which caused such a struggle be- Mr. Editor, hoping .you will find a IV;i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 January 1898

:qutema0ily for' ^ :" tbi seize ;a .many e' throat, 0o-pao;thifspot for .e big; an declares has i :rhas ',what is not *a an individual lppraisea' goever ient, Nevertlieay'.; virtual' bullyig. of d:oes not ieem altogether admirpretty girls act as ushers in, a an, New. Jersey church, and pass late'besides. Presently there will , xurslon trains to and from that e,, stabish'ment, and the congregation ,fl*t get so'.rich that it will pass most Q i: :s i-tim- in the pleasing work of :ctilngitse coupons.' Yet there are -:': "it:Iehurhes that insist on silence on Is:;:' p.i',heiprt of the better half of their j: ;, .":~- mebers, however much the money e c'-'.:mand 'may be able to talk. ,-::t ?S[:'i-lAy , .a little pil carefully saved by 'in4St'r?; . at- nd: economy is going to be :t:'o''. AIA:'lAlaskan ventures next spring, i' th-':te hlope of Ihaving it 'doubled or " leed or quintupled. We advise all ' I::~f think of.igoing into such ventures ;frsit to, ask the Advice of somebody h':is -dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 January 1898

I4WnH^:- ~theitoraing ot Jaa. - s,'codd atapk ont ie iati-o0sition between-' Boea: Caaa~n'd ::Punta Maya. The insur ' e - tiwere under Leader Tabarts and :-sto.ii : -e:od.catinuous volleys until *Jth:e:S~panish, about 11 o'clock, began an s".t:dery fire. ' The insurgents, being t:" , tout cannon; burned their 'camp lnd made- a. flank movement toward I^ .Sthe' coast and the Spanish rear, oblig:: -.';i'^Gen. Molina to abandon his posi, D:\+:tion 'in order to avoid a rear attack, ---',.:,'nd compellinghim to retreat toward * -;;: ,"'the coast. The insurgents immedi' ately divided their forces and invaded ' the rich zone of sugar cane, burning immense cane fields, with incalculable ? : :':loss. The Spanish had thirteen killed, >. : including a captain. They burned :: : their dead, and then retired. They ' 'had twenty-eight wounded. ^ - The insurgents have burned the , -- greater part of the cane fields on the plantation Union, near San Luis, although the plantation is protected by fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 January 1898

t"'1.a l 1ieml5 EZZIII4 Editor.. 0 ': ; ,' ..; :. .': i,: .';:X.ER . . KEM]BLE, . ::. A2f9l, :^an 29, 18. C0R. ,^^"'.':., ., :.: ; '):' ]A' LASSWELL . ....1 :- <:.: 'ty 'Tr e-. -pj Q~,iny' -pffic- $5, Precinct ocfes cty. eunty Clerk.:;, '" S ! ; ; "'. " ,-' .A. LASSWELL. > . .S .. ED IHAl W -KIINS. -:';i: H: ARY P. MIZELL. : 'i . -' Jp:E- SINGLETOM. :. :: - :4 .:. JOrHN C:. O.JONSTOW. *. 'SountyJ-dldge. ' ( ;::- .-- . . J. C. SMITH. :" - -u'stice of .the e Peace Precinct No, 2. '. v...,....- A, J. ,SANDERS. ' :' ~ (JC. A. WEATHERFORD. ! ;! . .DoonustEbtllc Precinct 'No. 2. ':^ .' A~::O- .f .; '; 0 AaCH BUSBY. -. :-: '' d I iM MORRIS. * ":I' :is proposed by prominent cities of Dallas to build a co:i0.perative railroad' from north T;exasto the gulf, the prime ob-,ject being to force lower freight ; sates. _ "';""''-A" 'Reed has fopnnd one ie him scratch lis '1 .the republican house ran up atil1y of Texas the yer-ie cideddly out-..the inrldninnit.hl - r'"'- ...c- '.... LexaIn. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 January 1898

B iyMcDaniel has at?~ripto Angletor .:I :sVirgiel Horn, o0 ^ 5:h:i:geuiest of. her co' '?Slra'jin dley. , i"'Feburary 15 19, th Central will sell i tkets o ..o: New , Orlea ,? $15.30. G ooood 15 EIt j?!?ave your fire insur ein.;by Frank Ezzell. :Mr. -W. D. uff paid itilim an agreeable call and advanced his and h Aldates. Thanks. l Mr. Joe Singleton w X:-'is yesterday in the inte :ea.ndidacy for county .?and paid THE WHEEL Calll,. : : The Ferris Press Br ': re testing Corsicana oi inng kilns and if satis will be used for fuel " wood and coal. : Dr. H. A. Coker, la is* 'Thur- A", ' Mrs.r. W oehosf Euai, : S :.-'," ::-.:. itfd her -son,~ ; ikeiJol'shand r;':returned fe,' here WednesdaY. , . Mist s . Alma Co!le' is visiting f' Missouri friends at Plano. usin, Miss Henry and Palmer Jordan have , moved to Ennis where they will 20 and 21 engage in business. Their Ferris round trip friends wish them success. ms at one A full assortment of fresh gardays.- den seed in bulk at KELLEY'S. ance w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 January 1898

-Iw, aJ~o i itoa, x-: este;thbd gpwere-' tr hal orship-- all e ,lt :.'Int : Theail s beendgrOwerSh e bepafit few ar al Mutfifty carsad vdeable. -were , .: arthdrn std western . eating ths;e- ershi and. p .fts >2^. herairoads 'are.lend<" encouragient -toth^e nustry, and .:-^ ge the growers the benefit of the ,.^' lostrn4es_ and-q .uickest time. and . -;t: it^o' furns:" special service when .; nnny. axn six carloads can be 'shipped - ! ?: :at:.ime.: ' . . ; * . / '^ --=.=:'permanent organization was effect- -:: e:w; L. A. h enry as H residents L. -= 4=i=ll=reen secretary and Major James P. "poglas treasurer. ; . S. :..-:, fA committee of eight members from : :i:iff~eren :t-commUnities was appointedd to == :^==,=anenrtain 'aand report at the next regu,:::<l^,4i?:~'rmeting the. amount :of acreage - - X ^: ~.tlh;h':would,- be planted in'. vegetables thi season. Instructive talks were al; : --s.o madie ,regarding the proper methods :~'- mat- -o. and other plants. - ' .-.aaN UNgaT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 January 1898

s ea 'pit'wiaatsp 41 -maUnda z'earsw *are to be:olle lted:'': - *t * ' ' cleent' SubstitUte. `' ilots in the .Austrian reichsrath :;,ttracting a grnat many Viennese 4.:ee the fun," remarked Squildig. ~";W'Why not?" remarked McSwilligen. ,:l':The sessions make an excellent sub,~l2::tutet. for football" games."-Pittsburg yj'.;.h.' 'e.:_'. ..:...^ ~::'S;tar: Tobacco 'is the leading brand of '! f fte'wo.rld, becausetis the best, -":if the girls would shingle their hair, l:':hey would not have so much trouble With it. Clea , Beauty isa Blood Deep. ': Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty ;: without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathartic , cleans your blood and keeps it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all imT;i prities from the body. Begin to-day to ' anish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, aend that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cagcarets,-beauty for ten cents. All druggists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. A man will quarrel with his best "friend over a ti...

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