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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 January 1898

.. gthe' Sear ce hd oAUr virgin prairies wide .; .. A. ee;da their throughg thi felt the plowshare glide, .^ ...: i"^'S' .:-:: ~,':,.....'?,.L ,al-c.ie had-thie deer forsook the giadeg .Cl'- ja'-;'0 . ~"< ',- :'.: .'.-'[Half^hd dem ln^ourfo rest s .", m{&.tbiy o: 0fteUer i0f ':desired. From his ln-o watering fairly ed , fte. ?ss.td t. e. Whe n Walte ; r Dqff, a homeads and qslopest i 's.ce. el^ec^ t 't - , rper,:an:~t com- And strong was he ofbheart and hand : .intXte'.:to:; fnrmulate a constitution And hqpeful here to till the land,' ?.3a: ilassifor the government of And rear him now a settled home' the::'"'>~" : t s d Where children's children long would :":-:~ *.h...e-'. .' .'e', 's'eiet2;: ind or local so- * Fom o J*w..}~/?]' .^-.- When Walter Duiff, a home in, quest - j es,: t, .e s'smitted to the next And with erewild and joyous glee, ?'erl m+el:angeof the state society Arouudm the hearthstone full and free : ejn;5" ?inese' e day at theDallas fair Commingle Age and I...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 February 1898

,: VOL. 5, NOj 22. .f . ,. - 1: FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEB. 5, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM S B W~~~~~ ^^^^^^^^^ ^W~ ~ ~~ _P olitically the U . S., house of representatives strands-repubi^- 11 i. Xh a R o K /y l/ fO n2 .f licans, 202; democrats, 130; pop-YVfi V 1zb~tJ ICJ~ll~lI{Jn tj U ulists, 21; fusionists, 1; silver 4. ' ^0 ' ". ' ^o party, 3. The senate, republic;^ ~ :Rnt~~ r'l n ~~~ j0ne~~~~ ians 46; democrats, 34; populists, .... B j enef its Y ouk . ..E 5; independents, 3; silver party, .;:K7,e f,-.l ... '"' YOU ..... C<R - g' ; It's to our advantage to clean up this stock as nearly a A Missouri justice of the peace At hoe close of a case announced . as possible. The prices we are making is decidedly to your advantage to buy: 200 pair shoes in best calf=skin, wth great dignity: "I will hld ... .this case under advisement until kangaroo=skin and imported patent calf==$6.50 and $6.00 this case under advisement until kinds for $3.35; $5.00 kinds for $2.95; $4.00 and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 February 1898

:-. -T .ASt NEWS ITEMS. / ; .- '.; ~OFy4, iconfectioner in Temple B wll!iinty, filed a deed of trust re, 'c ently. The amount due preferred creditors is $1693; assets about $1800 The charter of the Barry Mercantile company of Barry, Atascosa county was filed at Austin the other day; capital stock $5000. Purpose, to do a general merchandise business.' A 'few nights ago on the north side of the river at Llano, Llano county, a difficulty occurred between Charley Dabbs adn George McCoy, which resulted in Dabbs being seriously stabbed. The cotton gin belonging to ,H. L. Smith, about ten miles north of Roby, Fisher county, burned down several nights past; a total less. Insured for about $1600. Origin of fire not known. J. F. Batsell's residence in Cleburne, Johnson county, was destroyed by fire several nights ago. The origin of the fire is unknown. The building was insured for $3500 and the household goods for $1200. Manuel Houswith, aged S5 years, living in Taylor, committed suicide seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 February 1898

' 4 -,, : . ': ;.- ' : ' ~.". :~~ :? -' '1- MANY LIVES LOST. .:' :"hhere Is Great Loss of Property from the - - - recent Storm. ,om ": '.. , Boston, Mass., Feb. 3.-A score of ,.l persons were drowned and $2,000,000 ': loss inflicted by the storm that swept 4oever eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island Monday night and Tuesday :morning. /j : ' : Four unidentified bodies lie in the ' -coroner's office in Gloucester. Five more are in Lynn, brought over from Little Nahant, where the schooner -i: < . ~Charles H. Briggs was wrecked. r'S-"' . - Twelve unidentified corpses are re, 'ported at Baker's Island, in Salem .<! - 'harbor. They, too, must have manned .. :some of the schooners which were lost -in Gloucester harbor. That there are others in the waters of the bay seems almost certain. A: : Wreckage is strewn up and down the coast, from Cape Ann to Cope Cod. ; : Thirty schooners were wrecked in :: ' Massachusetts bay. On land the loss ,': by the storm seems to have been con. fined...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 February 1898

* W &tIUC^SOR'' TO E: .EiIS SE^TItNE S:I?<'f j<.: : : ' '$ : ;.o Ayear. - :!:jF}:' f'" ,'Published every Satintday and ente ..i ': :.:- ed:at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas; ,:/. .' -- ' "second-class mail, matter. a~ < -:. -. ' .. - .. .. ,.:' ..',",- iiD:. ' . 'YERTTISING' RATES. :;e : s':( L:o ' ' ". Locals 5c per liue and display ac .': ' :.-' :2' ., l2c per inch per insertion. Liber ,~; r',- ' " cuts on ads for large space or long tim - _ m n. fn:__. m. . n: &5( u 11ne Tauie. North bound. I South bound. No. 1--5:35 p m No. 2-10:30 a i " 3-7:26 a m I 4-8:03 p : ,c 15-10:30 " I "' 16-5:05 " FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, Feb. 5, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. (County offices $5, Precinct $2.50; strictly cash in advance, office For Representative: Z T BUNDY District Clerk. WALTER S. KEMBiE. JOE P. COOPER. J W BROXSON County Clerk. A. LASSWELL. ED HAWKINS. T 0 CHEATHAM Harry E PJCKETT GEORGE 0 ALVIS U V WHITE Tax Collector: CROCKETT JENNINGS For Siheriii: J P MINNICK GEO C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 February 1898

ig~ ;/ '/ '" :5 ; "" : : " % : "r ia Is o f ro n m ? Da l1 ~ 's /L'n Ls t 9 't ! x id ' i b -Iukt ; a LLEY ; . H ut ch ti . ,,,- ,r,,:r: . t' ', ,,:I* H. & T. C. R.R.,Feb. 2, 5:20Q Deeds atnd chattel mort- a. mi.-In an informal meeting /nu sa1 at this office. the special coach furnished the prefer to pay your sub- I 0. 0. F. to carry visiting memn. in wood, now is the ac- bers to the Ferris Odd Fellows 'une. rally, the following resolution , P. Orr visited in Waxa- was unanimously adopted: Saturday. Resolved that the thanks of the Iattie Case, who is teach- visiting Odd Fellows be tendered lvana, visited friends in to Supt. L. A. Daffan for the Sunday. special coach placed at their disMoney and family, mov- posal and for the privilege of Lufmlan county the first passage on the Dallas News train eek. south from Ferris this morning. Such favors can but increase the d Mrs. Ike Jolesch spent high esteem in which the H. & T. ina Enls. C. management is held, attie Sullivan of Enni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 February 1898

it: / -~?. nin ~otw carlc d of^ hogs to d^ #lers^t ClarkSvllle, Red River coun;TLywO' htunired .and ;fourteen head of -- i..: 'de'irned steers were shipped to Bon: Whaam, Fannni county, recently by Mr. ::ackett, a cattleman, who is feeding t er ., They are to be fed for the mar1' g " b:, ,)'%.Breeders at Abilene, Taylor county, have found the raising of fine jacks a !:i;'::: .:'profitable business. One firm sold ! ; :;* : - eleven jacks during the lastfew months ' ~/:f '^g ;t prices ranging from $300 to $1000 VI : ' ' ' ~ The Walker county poultry exhibit was held at Huntsville several days t'~ V:: - : ago} and proved a great success. A live ~ ,^:7 : :- - stock exhibit came off in connection ' ' :-. 0;-with it, at which some fine stock was { :~ "''.-,*'- shown. ?: ',- .":," The X Q Z ranch at San Angelo re.~:1)i;. 'j . ceived ten registered Hereford bulls Witey duf:'"f- from Missouri recently. Several east( -? '*'"': , ern buyers have been in San Angelo 1Sk,:-o ; - during the past f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 February 1898

< ft la-R eai caf a it the cream T1 ay^ b fa o !iewith chocolatevanilla ('.rstrawbdrny, the parfait taking the : ad.;:me" !of the flavoring. Use good, -t^ cklel cream, very cold; add to it half A pound of powdered sugar, and a gill o f black coffee; mix thoroughly; sta-nd the basin in a pan of cracked ice, and with a wire egg-beater beat to a froth. This will take about five minutes. Put the mixture into a mould, put on the lid, cover the joint with a piece of waxed paper; pack it in coarse salt -and ice, and stand aside for two hours. Or it may be packed in the freezer and served in tumblers.-Mrs. S. T. Rorer in Ladies' Home Journal. A New Crazy Sect in Connecticut. A lot of fanatic. in the State recently immersed an old rheumatic woman bodily in the water to "heal her" as they said. She nearly died in consequence. How much better it wouli have been to have tr, ated the poor old woman for her infirmity with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which not only cures rheumatism, but preven...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 February 1898

ie ;wa staus h a.ul h a smailir ories, amoufi n' i'- ;.I. e 'C-ihristiai church s'nd' to'75 pounds. . : - F-l r :gp d : citizen, was living with his l : Mr. Ed Bryant from near Waxakt{gbJeriMrs potter, his wife ha v hachie was visiting; Mr. R. Neal ! Hgu:ng- -since, gone before him. JSaturday.: i- ' ij pe immie" has lived a long Mr. Patterson near Wilmer had )ia i'::prosperois 'life, being at his his barn burned last, week. It is -<E; eath about 70. years of age. Two thought to be the work of incendi:}[children grown and having large aries. : families still survive him. To Messrs. Gee. and Joe Crouch, : these wa' extend sympathy. He John Roberts and Henry Ashley -was buried to-day in the old ceme- were in Dallas Saturday. . tery at Ferris, Rev. Geo. Douglas Earl 'Crowdus, little son of Mr. conducting the funeral exercises at and Mrs. R. C. Quisinberry is very the grave. sick. E. A. Norman Sr. and son Nath Mrs. Deel from the neighhpring -:: was here Monday looking after the distri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 February 1898

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEX, aSATURDAY, FEB. 2. 1898. .W, * ~____-____--- ~_-__--India ItRW. A Drimmer Taken for Bryan. *S~~~~~ ^TT _I -T.India, Tex., Feb. P '98.-Since Pittsburg, Tex., Jan. 26.-An ^ v".ilfha~t Be~ iC~tts~ U S ^ the weather has become seemingly angel of commerce, who bears a .. * ;- '; w ~settled and it looked as if spring was close resemblance to lIon. W. J. : upon us gardening and :oat sowing is Rryan and who is now traveling i B eneits Y ou the order of the day anidng our farm- in Tex&s for- a northern firm, is ^ . 11~~~, , 11 ^.^ers. destined to become one of the <RI![~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -,, , , .Dr. Eastham's baby!is quite sick, best known men on the road. He as * It's to our advantage to clean op this stock as nearly but is ,ot thought to be serious: has often been mistaken for the as possible. The prices we. are making is decidedly to Dr. R.H. Kidwell a'd wife lost silver-tongued orator of Nebraska y YOur advantage to buy: 200 pair shoes in best calflskin, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 February 1898

I ' . ;. ' - -;'., ;' ',*;TfA* I wvas raging atithe .o'rn- o''.Twelfi t XP'.-'3:":~:^ ;, '. -!and Pike streets yesterdaya y. ' Tl i:;:R!''"' ' ;;, A$S B NEWS ITEMS. Chautautqua Lake Ice company .an ':'' :, d '. *"' :, '"' :,'" : .- ". '' ~ Union Storage company were in flam' ':.i..':,;1heresikence of'-."Pap" Hicks, near and other buildings expected to -g : yl':_,':t or, together with contents, was The loss will be heavy. , :burned the other. day. Loss about At 11:15 p. m. an explosion .( - ;t375. f ,No' igsuranoe. . whiskey occurred, which blew out th 'eTheresidence of W. 0. Winfrey in Mulberry alley wall with terrible 'r *: Terrell was destroyed by fire recently, suIts. At the time the alley was fille caused by a defective flue. Insurance th remen, policemen. newspaper $700 on furniture and $800 on building. and others. Many werecaught A Texas and Pacific box car was the falling walls. Rumor has at leas Broken open at Big Sandy, Upshur twenty-five or thirty men under th debris. Thr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 February 1898

: lbu i, e? to fe da ' go I'Ved "' 18,212 bales ,o c"ttrm from 'i.agns as- against 9200 bales last year .One gin .in the town baled 3940 balem * khis season. The Smith County Fruit and Vege table Growers' association met a fe' days ago in Tyler. The committee ap, pointed at the last meeting to ascerVtain the increase in acreage of earl * vegetables reported that the acreage 'would be increased threefold over thai ,of last year. The subject of transportation was taken up and the repre* '-.entative of the American. RefrigeratSing T'ransit company addressed the .;,meeting on that subject, stating thai his company would have at Tyler in a !few days an expert in transplanting tomato plants, also an expert packer who would give the shippers the bene. fit of his experience in packing fruits ;and vegetables for shipment. Eleven cars of good hogs were re.ceived at the stock yards in Forl :Worth a few days ago, nearly all be'ing Texas raised stock. The demand for good stock is excessive, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 February 1898

f '~""" :............'..'o "'si F .S...... -; : !.,::n ,.>llibsheI .every Saturday and e 5 { ']::*(',~:-iat tl piostoffice at Feryis, Texa ','::.? e'ohid-,cl'aSs mail matter..' ;'.%' '. r.' . x'lrERTISIfN RPATES. . . . '-:'::. I'Socals 5c per litie and display :;-,-. . p el;Y r hr'inchl 'per insertion. Lil .! [ . ('-du*ets, on ads for large' space or long 1 . ...':-."H'othot un & T. C 'Time Table. ; North'bound. i South bount N. 1-5:35 pm No. 2-10:30 ,: 3--7:26 a m "( 4-8:03 ! < ::- 15-10:30 ' . " 16-5:05 FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATDAY, 12P eb., 1898! SATURDAY, 12Feb. , 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. (County offices $5, Precinct $3.50; strictly sash In advance, 'For Representative: Z T BUNDY District Clerk. W\ALTER S. KEMBLE. JOE P. COOPER. J W BROXSON County Clerk. A. LASSWELL. ED HAWKINS. T 0 CHEATHAM Harry E PICKETT GEORGE 0 ALVIS U V WHnITE JOHN T JONES Tax Collector: CROCKETT JENNINGS For Sheriil: of J P MixNNx:ic GCEeO C SWEAT T Tax Assessor: PETER SMITII County Tresuirer. HARDY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 February 1898

''3.f',,\,,_t $'' ,. '' .* :;* ^ '" niofWaxahachie's aibesti;,l a > .X.-' irs.'t. G. iCole isited in Ennis Yersannounes in this issue of : -i ;:;/the first of the week. - .1THE WHE'IL for the office of A; ^ LU t judge of Ellis county. Mr. Lan.k1 nA4 _^*no 1AalI~ * . * k' - :11 assortLlenit l I1 rest garI :den seed in bulk at KELLEY'S. I : I . All communications which are not signed by the writer find their way into the waste basket. :- ..../:;;: ' Blank Deeds and, chattel mort--:1 *~' :, ggages for sale at this office. '; -). Born to C.-W. McElheny and ":. ~:d '* wife Jan. 22d, a bouncing boy."-' " Italy News. ' Miss Ollie Sheffield called at this office Monday evening and had TlHE WHEEL sent to Miss Cera Moon, Beal, Ark. Have your fire insurance written by Frank Ezzell. -The Dallas District Christian VL.' En neavor Convention is set to . , : meet in Waxahachie April 20th . .-:; ; arid 21st. A large number of del:-./;s Al4A{ caster is eminently qualified to fill the office to whi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 February 1898

t.tIt pi * w*.4n n ipe it.ed 'hold, easily 'worshpe "is '..4~:0% ' ;:J. "' 'ery.eve!ling during his stay. One ly:' QyJuge Cone and' his 'wife from fe,:''.', r -":[:Nashville came 'to pass the night. Mr.' ;tjiipiui~at 'eet::one flBoltcn said ito the old -rinister; as he !P,:-- ;Ia~i~lte.,I ~a~ brought oute the Bible, that, he would -.:::~::/~:~ !'''~:-k~r..'' ,.':. ~:: :-,"~~s e:t' er ice shrt toat eyen' !::~': ij: h..-rul ring '~conSltitut'on; ing, as the judge was probably not ac-' ....'~,~j~!' ci[" '" "~stiut~,_stomed to such things. The old 'man -.*.'.~ ~a~'~~.~.3 tl .thete bloodsaid, 'Very well, very well," though . , eiying th : ,oundati.ont'he l.he looked pained. He read one or two ^^ giviag -tl'patiept strength verses. and then knelt down. "0O Lord," "';4~,'b., :fi u;i~ f .^'. phe:. constittn ad he. prayed, "we are very poor and e_ s -.0ave, .aiuch' faith' iits needy creatures, and we know Thou ^ i^;^';:r^'?;; Weg taatl the'yoffer One Jiuni "~. .,. ~ :~:i ol'lrS').fo1 ;aniy, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 February 1898

B l od Pl ,s n. :. : - Contagious Blood Poison has been appropriately called the curse of mankind. - o -; It is the one disease that physicians cannot cure; their mercurial aud potash remedies only bottle up the poison in .,..., the system, to surely break forth in a -: . more virulent form, resulting in a total wreck of the system. Mr. Frank B. Martin, a prominent jeweler at 926 Pensylvania Ave., Washington,D.C.,says: I was for a long 8' ,.. i^^ ^^^i time under treat * ent of two of the best physicians of this city, for a severe case of blood poison, / but my condition ' ~'~ ,^^^ grew worse all ,n/S O7 ff the while, notwithstanding the fact that they 11 y charged me three * ' hundred dollars. d Ik 7 My mouth was filled with eating sores; my tongue was almost eaten away, so that for three months I was unable to taste any solid food. My hair was coming out rapidly. and I was in a horrible fix. I had tried various treatments, and was nearly discouraged, when a friend recommended S.S.S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 12 February 1898

. :: . .:e:'t^cases; by. :oUr able ::~~ : :?ies.'Hawkins, andy: o r.of ondring the term. Si Xdate^-^^-^^ c by * , ' otr ablC very excellent juries :~:tj.~: . .:: ' ::. eport: the following ' .were had:, :. .::.> ; .:Jesse Wilson, theft '?': '- . guilty, - ::<:'4'; - .' '' Ike Bartield, theft c guilty. ?':i.: :'/" ~ Austih Rainey, assa . er, not guilty. :-:' ...... V., , 'Jim Crockett, burg :!^:~' -:<'' ,' . '.ix years in penitentia: ' Aaron Efridge, bu ~"-: ,,, -/: , 'years in penitentiary. ::-'- '. - , . , Eugene Lee, murd , '~, : - ' .' - * - . tiary for life. -.f ^:; ' ':.. The following motid '-:,;.,: ' trials were submitted ^. ' pon. ; :' t- ,b ';,, .... W. D. Robinson, sup ,: ' (' .- -:.: ' dict set aside and new t: 4 -,. ,: . ,, ;' - WAatt McGee, sustain ' : ", set aside and new trial . . , - .-' Jesse Moon, overrule :: .O: ' E. E, Davis, overrule :1:}:.,'- . . .... Burnett Hart, overru Eugene Lee, overrule f:':/:' 'i':.-' ; And-rew Waters, over 4,k^ -.- Ji~m Crocket...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 February 1898

V I, VL5N024FRIEL COUTY EAS SATRDAFE. 1,198- -1.00- - ___ E-N-- VOL. 5. NO 24. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEB. 19, 1898. $1.00 ER ANNU "l__." ~ .............~. .. .. ..................-~_-- ~ -_........-- ~ . . " ~ .. _. Red Oak Randoms. outside the home-every one of the SWyb ---- I ,country weeklies is mailed to homes. i hat B benefits U s aSince the rain t he fair weather The four pages of the country hat~ B~enefilt~s U~S~ has beentaken advantage of and sheet are read far more religiously farmers are almost up with their than any four pages of the mamB benefits Vsi X.ou work. mothh four-sectioned city issue. Monday night was a pronounced jof lif before a following issue pushes success. it aside. The city daily lives but It's to our advantage to dean up this stock as nearly It's to our advantage to cleanupibis s ck e ly to Miss Ida Rogers left here Mon- six short hours-at noon three or as possible. The, prices we are making is decidedly to six short hours-at noon three ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 February 1898

. : prince Henry is the power behind the throne infinitely smaller except as - to speech-making than the throne, it' , The greatest men are, not always in : the most exalted offices. It is often ' ith men as with building stones; the ?- greater they are, the harder it is to elevate them to' high positions. The clergyman who returned a check from Tammany hall for the poor of his church' wrote an explanatory note in which he referred to Tammany in the. most insulting words at his command. Perhaps he was right, but the poor ~~: '< . -, who were thus robbed of fifty dollars II' '' ; ,: nmay not think so; and if all the money I::::.:::. : , were to be returned because os the to4^ Is : filthy avenues . through which all t,-:-l -: '; - money goes all of us might starve to '-:'""'" death. And, after all, is courtesy a ':-" ' '_ lost art? The London Times says: "The ex:.' - ' tension of orchard land in Great Britain, which has been in continuous progress during recent years, has been c ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 February 1898

I/-- I I I I > Y ~ I.^:.w .:, ;4.,':V~~ * i4 ??~ '~;.: :~ L~?.//f' ~ V ~,: - -: ~ % ~.~ __: i At ::' ~~ ~v-"~- J :~ ' ~' ..:: . . . ? /C~aw ~a At THE GRAHAM CASE. Bee Has Been Brought Back from Tacoma and Jailed. - Sherman, Tex., Feb. 16.-Sheriff A. ;E. Hughes has just returned from Tacoma, Wash., with Fred V. Graham, who -stands charged with having secured $4000 through the means of a forged Indorsement of a draft, which *in turn is alleged to have been issued as a loan upon an abstract of land in L-mar county, upon a purported application for the said loan. Mr. Graham was seen at the prison yesterday afternoon, in fairly good spirits but a little weary, for the journey of 300 miles just completed. In regard to his case, he very pleasantly excused himself from entering into any discussion of the merits of the charge, at the same time expressing a modest belief that a full investigation would dispel all belief of his criminal connection with the matter. His father-in-law, M. J. B...

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