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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 May 1898

V i ,: A ', -'t pfrieto., rE1 I . .' ,t^; .N' lflN;.:T TEXAS ^;^.;^^;Xjte'T^ "' '.: :"',t ' h;" , :''.em. linery. of the ice plant at ..a-j:; n'viie is being put in: place. R . :.,'i Ragland, who settled ii CGollin ont,'oivr fifty :years ago, Is dead. v ':e - :annual reunion of Terry's rang. elm wfill be held at Austin June 1 :: : ' v -~ Julius Dunn, A Central brakeman, ',: fell from a freight train at Plano lately i'". v' - "'and was badly 'hurt. .-D~',''Mrs. H. 'A. Mfoore's residence near ~:J-e::> CKoSse was destroyed by fire OD the 20th. " .XI: ' iLoss, $1500; no insurance. ; ' A tinner from Missouri named George ' *'W. Fox died at El Pasi from the effects of an overdose of laudanum. ' ' The members of Temple Emanu-El : at Dallas, have purchased a lot and will erect an elegant synagogue. ...'?. ',. Rev. Joseph Butler, 79 years old, a resident Of Dallas over forty years, died at his home near Dallas, a few days ago. N. H. Burkett, aged 77 years, died suddenly in Yoakum, at the ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 May 1898

""AJ4.ET ......' "v'etv-Fh ReTTE,- ORITI3C' t - - br''u':J' 1ore Men^ WlSTAKEiS. ' The president has issued the foUowling proclamation: 'ito"eion in thiq 'Scentific Amer " ;' matter of Populasr Msap i^ss'ia:--Stalaed, Handkerchle*' Ter :' ?W ::Mallet, professor of chemistry ;e"UnvlTerstty of Virginia, in a comC AuUaoltl: to the current number of e fl;enatific American, says with ref.exoe to cigarettes of American manIgnorance of easily ascertainable ontarifle facts Is, however, common 'etitgh ,as is often illustrated by the x Wrwn, :oily material formed in the tihoklng of tobacco being pointed out 'VX nicotine, though in reality this Is Inerely the tar produced by the action ,i:f heat on the woody fiber of the leaf. "f- Nlicotine when pure is a colorless 'fiuid of somewhat oily consistence and :strong, peculiar, penetrating odor, but it darkens on exposure to air and light, ' becoming first yellow and then brown, a' so that it looks, in this darkened con: :'dition., something like t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 May 1898

, X- -: -$ o1.00 A Year. . -I Pabished every Saturday anal enter' ed; a.tthe postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as 'econd-class mail matter. , ADVERTISING RATES. Locals 5c per line and display ads 12ec per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or long time. H & T 0 Time Table. North bound. South bound. No, 1-5:35 pm I No. 2-10:30 a m " 3-7:26 a m " 4-8:37 p m " 15-10:30 " I " 16-5:05 '" FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, May 28, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. TPE WHEEL is authorized to announce J. E. DILLARD of Kaufman county as a candidate for re-election to the office of Judge of the 40th Judicial district of Texas. For Representative: Z T BUN:DY A J LOYD District Clerk: WALTER S KEMBLE JOE P COOPER J W BROXSON 0 A FINLEY County Clerk: A LASSWELL ED HAWKINS T 0 CHEATHAM Harry E PICKETT GEORGE 0 ALVIS U V WHITE JOHN T JONES Tomr CHANCELLOR P L A JEFFERS Tax Collector: CROCKETT JE}NNINGS J P MINNICIZ GEO C SWEATT Tax Assessor: PETER SMITH County Treasurer: HARDY P MIZELL JOE SING...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 May 1898

a to J. . fr. ,,,-re *l. fh m.dr fljfcs, - "drnlks. Fresh' fishkat ~ifctrr,.y, ; -~ E. Pratt was in Dallas Tues Boys, come and get your Base .?- .; Balls at Rush's. .Go to W. E. Kelly's for the pure Corsicana soda on ice. .. .. 2 papers of pins for 5c at J. F. Rush's. Mr, And Mris. Farra and chil0. dren of Ennis are visiting rela"': tives here. -- The Lancaster Roller Mills has L,':.; corn, bran and meal for sale at all times. Try Geo Patterson for meal, bran, chops%, corn and crushed feed. ,:~ The H. & T. C. railroad company have just completed a new depot at Mackay station, three miles below here. C. A. Enoch was in the county seat the first of the week attending court. Miss Mae Peyton returned to 'Rockwall Monday from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Dr. Selby. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cassidy and little son, Frank, were in Dallas Monday. Miss Samnary Ezzell came in from Albany Sunday night on a visit to relatives. Dr. R. M. Johnson, Palmer's new postmaster, was in Ferris Monday. Mr. M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 May 1898

edlarge ugili b .:d, .unin. ..-.: if. t the mot - '...'uiati'we.ore f invested ^ 5 per cent It would . , ,'elp support ti ! vqu.en** -*--tly, if the J P'1fylbped iP Islarge si , ' a-. uaaUlly lost to th, '-d*:itfion of. affairs is .J'ut ;V{:! .bing that even und .;.'//^' ' :?.cian materially assik i te'irs, this letter is a This fund, under .<' .'d Vonly be invested i '~ -:'i' .Ig;niited States, the : .i'J-,~ :.the several countie "W. ?':."a.-'.Xstat eboard of ed .: ;::/'1 , 'confined to these se -j.' :'':' 'this" money, but i -.':' ,.- . law to secure count : i \ 1J r:.' less than 5 per cent ''and is forbidden to m::. ' ;.fol rthem. Strenu made by me during :( ' tlures to avoid t money, but withou must deal with the :::~:0-%; The principal ca i'):-:: dinary' accumulation ,:;.':] Commissioners' cou ';' - . refunding bonds hel -~a-d selling the ne' vestors. The grea securities speaks h of the state, . of counties to r r efunding bonds i] lower rate of into mendablee. But wb bonds ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 May 1898

Ibrst en thedays tt ooma' sdends,-ti :rst:ten days that ond spieds ii Ja5 lpan impress, him with; the idea that 'the people there are the best to be , found anywhere. But littH by little the conviction dawns that the bowing and scraping is all shammed and that the Japanese are as unscrupulous as anyone. They cannot be trusted to keep a contract that is not favorable to them. In all the large establishments, especially in the hotels, one always finds a Chinese as cashier. Seemingly the Japanese are afraid to trust one another. The women are quite different. They are faithful and honest and have a loveable nature. I have met a large number of foreigners who have married Japanese women and they are all enthusiastic in their praise." Some discover that friendship and diplomacy are the same. Our American Policy. The policy of this country regarding foreign complications seems likely to remain conservative. The Monroe doctrine will be sustained, but patience and prudence in official quart...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 May 1898

:':: housekeeper, but it need not' y '~ii anybody. 'rWhat's the' :at't '"with 'cornbread? Properly .i: iokie0 "'it is a most palatable and ; b ::nodurihing article of diet, and f:' t:he only wonder is that its use is n -' not more general. It is more di: i'-.:gestible than the wheaten loaf ; :':;fand is equally adapted to the re.; ' q;,:qirein.ents of the laborer and aid::;'the man of sedentary habits. :'' The negro farm hand in the S' .fouthh lives and works the year X; ':round on bacon and corn "pone" /;-: ("^and there is no more vigorous , '' ,man than he. A little more corn a 'bread and a little less of dyspec.' :' tjc biscuit would be a real gain " I"' . to the ,nation. Let us sell our: ; wheat abroad and join in consum:,' , :ingchat grain which flourishes - :here /in its greatest perfection. : '" 'o! workingman need suffer be. : < :cause the price of flour has gone - " = so high.-Courier Journal. -. :; ~ .Why remain sick? If troubled / with Scrofula, Scrofulous Humor, -Boil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 June 1898

VOL. 5. NO 39. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, STRDAY, JUNE 4, 1898. 1.0Q PER ANNUM _________ __ _ ' - . - . ^ . . - - * ' . ' * " *- ..*.~~~~ER NNUM " BLOODY FIGHT ON. WASHINGTON, June 2.-The information comes to-night at a late hour that the American fleet has again attacked the fortification at Santiago de Cuba and that about 3000 insurgents are acting in conjunction with them by attacking the Spaniards on land. From Camp Morgan. The following letter explains itself: FORT MORGAN, Ala., May 23.Mr. Frank Ezzell, Dear Friend:-As the Tinr WIInEn did not show up last - week I will proceed to give the , -' Editor a calling down. Now, Frank, please don't forget me for the paper is always :.,eleome. We had target practice the -14th with the eight inch breech loading rifles. There, are four. A shot was fired by each. A :^-: charge of powder is one hundred and thirty-five pounds. The ,'.;-:. -projectiles weigh three hundred :~_ l od-.::Thb'J\ots struck the --', water about five miles out and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 June 1898

tA. NR BZZELL, Proprieter., ,-, : : ";: : : TEXA& - EXAS HAPPEN(1GS. 'it : There where seven graduates of the :. Paso high school this year. a ;': Active preparations are being made i! building a union depot at For .:Werth. ..': The Texas Lumbermen's association *__ty- ::held an interesting sesison at Waos !''-~ ' last week. : Work on the cotton seed oil mill be 5 : : l Ing erected at Abilene has progressed ~jg!ij-: to the second story. '-' ' _ Robert Bailey, a painter by occupai:? ' Lfrtion, died very suddenly at Mexia or , '/'-'v -' the night of the 26th. . '::- '' A small boy named Henry Thompson ^ i :- fell in a well and was drowned at :- ' i Bano, Johnson county. . Sweet girl graduates are receiving S:,-^^ honors at the hands of college presidents all-over the state. r.?^0- :'* Rev. W. L. Browning, the "walking evangelist," has gone to Paris to cunduct a series of services. - i X" -" Mr. Fred Everett Smith, auditor of --; ...the Lynnwood and Boston (Mass.) - railway is visi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 June 1898

,orsaonel -.of -: , o I IE v 4 XHf ... . ..... in Extelient Trii. .';i---: Key West, Fla., June 1.-Couriers : . from Cuba yesterday brought highly encouraging reports from Gen. Calixto ~:. , . - Garcia's army. Garcia alone, it is said, ~':, -* ihas 10,000 men, better equipped than , ever before in the matter of clothing. :-"': - -His 5.000 men are occupying territory :near Matanzas. Spanish troops have ; withdrawn to Santiago, -Holguin and Manzanillo and Gen. Garcia still holds .his headquarters at Bayamo. Gen; Menocal has been obliged to :abandon his contemplated attack on - Holguin, province of Santiago de Cuba. a Gen. Luque of the Spanish army having Thrown 10,000 men into the city and .strongly fortified neighboring hills. Gen. .Menocal has been ordered to proceed -to Havana province and take command /there. The Cuban military leaders have been Delaying the summer campaign. They ,believe 500 or 6000 men can well be spared from Santiago province where the Spaniards are on the def...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 June 1898

8atnirday an enterofi~e- :at Ferris, Texas as Naii mattter. ERTISING RATES. per Hue :and display ads hi- per, insertion. -Liberal iblarge space or long time. -T C Time Table. iboud. I South bound. &-5:35-p m j No. 2-10:30 a m a-7-:26- am ,' 4-8:37 pm 15- 1e30 " " 16-5:05 " .:FRAN:. EZZELL, Editor. S SAITRDAY, June 4, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ??;'rTFp WHEEL is authorized to Ounce J. E. DILLARD of :-:Kaufman county as a candidate - 6r re-election to the officeof :Juidge pf the 40th Juditial district of Texas. ior Representative: : ; Z- Z-AT BU NDY ; l A JJLOYD E- -3Mstrict Clerk: -0 . :: WALTER S KEMBLE -- *..D-.-.- JOE P COOPER ^'^'":;'J .W BROXSON d."-. : 0 A FINLEY . --.Cou'nty Clerik ' .- --: = ,A LASSWELL C-a ' -- -' ED HAWKINS T 0 CHEATHAM :-: .... i HIarry E PICKETT - :--:" ' GEORgE 0 ALVIS - - U V WHITE JOHN T JONES TOi CHANCELLOR ~:- . - P L A. JEFFERS .-- Tax Collecter: ,-/_ :-- QCROCKETT JENNINGS - - For Sheriff: ; J P MiNNICC GEO C SWEATT Tax % ...-- Assessor: / E e ;, PET...

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

*f Postmaster Hill, f7 f.. a X--'inhe6 city' Thursday. - ... ' ':=' Boys, come and get your Base f.ly < -]B^alls -at -Rush's. ~ :~ - % -Mrs. C. F. Huffman visited :: .:.0 ]3Dallas Wednesday. ; .:' , -Go to W. E. Kelly's for the I'} *'..-~ pure Corsicana soda on ice. Ice cream today at. J. A. Deel's. t::::' \ Mrs. J. E. King visited in Ennis Tuesday. 2 papers of pins for 5c at J. F. R.'R. ush' ~,'C- . //Our farmers say the corn crop ' very promising this year. at. ; ]attye'reo natterson for meal, '::, -.. bran, chops, corn and crushed 'i.-< -000 feed. The big rain Tuesday night i . - 3 were of great benefit to corn and ':. -- cotton. Miss Lizzie Stephens returned a- - ' Tuesday to her home in Garland' after a pleasant two weeks visit to her relatives and many friends here. Mrs. W. E. Kelley went to DallasSaturday on a visit to hei sister, Mrs. Johns, and returned Monday. Mrs. Vestal and little boy, of Dallas, visited the family of G. W. Hiatt the first of the week. - P. J. Huff...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 June 1898

>^^ '^^@l a?' t.'!8indsr.ianichoied a li4' S. '..,.yisterday afte' l~ s -seen/ that she had a larn C' ' l0.ve~ in: her starboard sic ~ ~]~^a. ^lr.stf' the-e Janainmost and immed lo'W~ard of the after battery. -"'c 'e --tahe Water line the hole e: .... ab~ $ t'!en feet high -and six feE - t ithow far below the wat< I ti g crrs erue was damaged could n< `a as certined , and' none of the navE E i l -"O iuers'-woud-give any information . ^ a'C i"'4d!-toe the accident. As soon as. th .v~essa l came to anchor the captain an t-:wenty.-ne in all, of the Britis $^ainert Foscdlia, which left .this poi with a - cargo of machinery ictl:andise for Bordeaux can ' i - r - Nre. ' Neither the captain nor any , l " '-'l'ifC-rew _would talk when they lande, ::'ni left6 at.once for New York, to r .?::'-:fport-to the agents of the company t b'~ i::h the vessel belonged. No on ?iwas :allowed to go aboard the Colun it, but' to' a press representative th i;-offir of the deck made the followin brie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 June 1898

The darkened parlor, whiYe ar-, : oftenn dusty also. - ,rhe rise in brimstone causes the -devil to look blue. The largest block- of marble ever 'sent out of- East Tennessee was shipped by way of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to New England during the first week in March. It was consigned to Norcross Bros., at East Cambridge, Mass., and it weighed 45,000 pounds. It was quarried near Knoxville. The least said, the soonest mended, Is a truism. AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS. We are asserting in the courts our right to the exclusive use of the word "CASTORIA," and "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," as our Trade Mark. I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannls,Massathusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S VASTORIA," the same that has borne and does now bear the fac-simile signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on every wrapper. This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA" which has been used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty years. Look carefully at the wrapper and see that it is "the kind you have a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 June 1898

W ?Vae:Away. A"a ss:yn -: gratifying to' ti 4^f onee concern in th ^'not afraid to be: gene :ee and suffering. Th : :'rfDr,. King's -N.ew Dis f~-orCnsuimption, Coughs an .e .given away over te .al bottles of this great H AId have the satisfaction i-:it::-has absolutely cure ds of hopeless eases. Asth ;nchitis, Horseness and -a s: of. the Throat, Chest an are surely cured by it. Cal -:trum & Swinny Drugist, and ge tal bottle' free. Regular size 50 d". $1 Every -bottle guaranteed price refunded. ic:al Department Texas Trun] .--S' v Railroad. John I. Richardson, 1.y, ':Texas. DEAR SIR:-Re :yj:g to your inquiry, I beg tc tatlhe objections urged by the:opponents of Major -Sayer, Biyin line with the campaign o0 i4sinhuation which is being waged a: number of counties. Ti-he Mr. Hardy you refer to as :3ng- active for Major Sayers is I-H.- Hardy of McClennan coun::a sting -free silver man, and : i-Rufus Hardy of Corsicana, lf&goldbug leader. I am surpried that any one would resort h ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 June 1898

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, 'TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE !8, 1898. L. ii. [.?; 04,^';}j.1n axa :J:4~ X/ INDIA, Texas, June 14.-Farmers The ii ':'..' 'are badly behind with their crops, is very ~,il'0.- V> "general green" has about taken B. F. 4' '. possession or this part of the coun- er at Av try. There has been so much rain the WHI here, some of the people have Tb turned out part of their crops' and others say they will loose part of 'The theirs if not all. S - Oats and wheat is being cut be- i ng n "tween showers.. House A big rain fell Saturday night The and overflowed Bear creek, 'q.ver- su ,. S. ^- ting the bottom farms near Carroll m. y ' school house two or three feet in last ni' '--: ''water. that theThe general health of this com- upon ' munity is moderately good at pres- vening ent. his Mr. Will Dillons wife has been caces e~ sick, but is better at this writing. A Bohe Lacy Duncan and wife spent Cervins "'0:: i Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.,.ered iDuncan's father, A. J. Carroll. -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 June 1898

>B 4ies 'grad~ate4 at Mary hl- as- ; res!steieti $29, . , 4.' rwor.snbonds. , z ihaa^ been selected je ~^ l";7ire department. ' ' _stit ogress at'the Cum"t :! yterian eh'urech at Eniis. s^~'.lid and thirty teachers find' REi ' in- the public 'schools -of )4Ilf iLeWis, the actress, is -.n at': Walnut 'Grove, near ie recent medical convention at r, "01., about one hundred Texas attended. , Jiisties has let the contract for etioin of' an academy at San AnAt will cost $3500 . ni's 1M. Bickler, a leading farmer :.an, living near Goldthwaite, dead in that place. g a heavy thunder storm at the residence of Rev. H. was struck by lightning. trick, a fireman on the Texas fell fr6m an engine near sustaining injuries which eath. .a'en, an aged German of .tonio, Was run over and -nki.led by a.freight train on the .rn Pacific railway. i May 31, 1897, to May 31, 1898, ts post office handled 1,226,852 f second-class mail matter. st week 137,010 pounds were annual tournament Gun Club lea i 8th 'a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 June 1898

I FERRIS.ELLIS COUNTY, TEXA, SAUARDAY, JUNE 25,.1898. ( .:. ;: - _ :- :'--$1.00 PR A 'Num . .'?>Yellow Jaundice Cured.. : i:uffjering humanity should be sup^^iF.]with every means possible for B.:s?:ii ef." .It is with pleasure we hla~bsh the following: "This is to er~ti'fy that I was a terrible sufferer foim- -Yellow Jaundice for over six In>t:nhs and, was treated by some of ~kze .best physicians in our city and /Il to no avail. Dr. Belle, our drug.gistrecommended Electric Bitters, .d:afer taking two bottles I was relyrey cured. I now take great pleasu:re in reccommending them to sy person suffering from this terribWal:malad-y. I am gratefully yours, -I.' ,-AA. Hogarty, Leington, Ky." j80id by Cruln & Swinny, Di'uggists' :'~: 20 The Texas Man. There is an old chap here-his is '"o ey' :-but he is not who took his army to 'n in '90 -he- i th~ one *.* . NECES-SJT Our stock of me Price is not the consii g We have made price r, ^n $ T fartQ-CI .' 'th 1-iicrh iotrki<n i Y- -....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 June 1898

g^^$V^;^^illsoon ibe- supplied H"' ^--^ __.:scAn :is t -6 li in: operation atFort ~ ~='~^ ?' $a' .Hustona. d is nod sunplying I t zmi;sa id 'theladin..fha, fiibuhter-'e ,a-:n . thoei'[astr tlhe aDoeiinican n ".charblater. Cumbersoa Inague ;??hiere f~.'1::.(;v -m s a fiag-raising Tuesday ^ ^te -lCg s<tinset fat; the Catholic k,- :'t:ur".: :^ ; b grone, at Paris, - Tex. Patriotic s- ''~"-peec:es' 'Ve-: '>re made andr th1sWe was , /!.* -ZMusic by a brass ibdad -ad ; :~:S^ : :'.*' I.'-.arit is said that Spain has very few ^--'.;vforts, and. those are of a decidedly an(':/::'^k- ' .'cienat character. Cumbersome and m :??(:%', ' !ns ,massive they imayr have been in days > ^ -v-. -bygone, but now they are mere -relics .; i .'. f.'-' the past'and of -little anue. - ;..' ;- 0dThe postoffice department holds that /^~,-; .. [ articles .of mal matter. for or from i , ;' , persons connected with the United : >. : '.. .'unStates forces at anrd near the islands J :?." -;/-':'.! of Cuba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 16 July 1898

4'- : - - VOL. 5. NO 45. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNIM pll An Enterprising Druggist. , There are few men more wide awake and enterprising than Crum & Swinny who spare no pains to secure ,: ;; the best of everyt-hing in their line for their many customers. They now have valuable agency for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumpt: .... ion, Coughs and Colds. This is the a.:~ wonderful remedy that is producing such a furor all over the country by its many startling cues. It absox' ' #lutely cures Asthma, Bronchitis, :' Hoarseness, and all affections, of the - Throat, Chest and Lungs. Call at above drug store and get a trial bottle free or a regular size for 50 cents and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. Sold Sand in Meal. Quite a ripple was created here a few days ago by the announcement "'that John Guitar, one of the proprietors Ennis Oil Mill had been indicted by the Ellis county grand jury charged with false packing. It was charge...

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