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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 September 1898

-:yDEA , ( ~~~~~~~~~-4 *'?'""':.*'''/' ^ -. 4 i: ' '. . ': : ' : < - t: - -4 id 1a-;mNow -thFat e:-cotton season is on wish to say to my many ustomet's who e l have been carrying through the year, that Iaili very much in need of money. And I shall .; [ now expect them to come to my assistance. Bring your cottan to me, and show your appreciation of the accommo= dation I have extended to you. Yours truly, ar Air D EA%.gi C D '-1 will be t - VV. VV. DLA I %.tIIA, LX. 4 P. S. No goods charged after Sept. 15th. foods sold at starvation prices. -- - -- - - IX K _ AAA s _ s _ $ i.oo A Year. Published every Saturday and enter, ed at the postoffice at Feiris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. AD yERTISING RATES. Locals 5c per liue and display ads ,12Yc per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or long time. H & T C Time Table. North bound. { South bound. No. 1-5:35 p n No. 2-10:30 am , 3--7:26 am ,' 4-8:37 p m , 15-10:30 " " 16-5:05 FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 September 1898

S.' f & ,. . - . , ^ .. - y 'i'. X' > ' ' S0tf5' '^\ ^ .iw _< have endeavored by FAIRY JRTEOVJS 'TREATMENT and ces to merit: your patronage. -de so far for this year has been, atisfaotory, and we thank ourk mers for their patronage. , buy our goods just as Cheap, any of our competitors and get' 't as big cash discount, and' we a determined to make EXTRA IDUCEMENTS for cash trade during the fall. 0 To our friends who owe us accounts: We have~ :taken pleasure in extending you favors during the spring~ Band summer. Wewill need considerable money between. this and September 20 and/are depending on you- for this; moner and would kindlyask you to help us all you possiblyE: _can between this and that time. t ._~~ -, \Thanking you for past favors, we solicit yonr futures patronagee. -1 0 ' M NMA fNEWS. j-Fresh fish, every. Friday at [:;: "-if"lH es~'-at J. E. King's. T. W. Lovett returned Friday r'/::' ''!, :f; ma-:de cotton pickers' last to his post at Fort Morgan, n '. ,': e',sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 September 1898

Be, sflti' 4 -t>;of a' d rAtii6i fo^hr si :fi b0 XF.innao,- xi theh. innnr E.~ : . S; '. : ,'ad!is brought.to the surface as the oppe .... .. '"." ' lty and object, for such hero wrsh m',.... 1; .',: ..: Ain6ag those .who proved their heroin f'..q &-;/'- I;.. a our Civil u War asA. Sefiiffeneil i \ < all ' it wik Street, .-^ - . f5;%?i:'^ :",; ',,Chicago.' Hie'is ' - 'oS :-: ..-'' , ' (*. ' : ' an Australian _ ^ ~ "1_ " - ' ;- '",~ : byt birth, came _ r ,. ! - ': ' - t: * America at (./' - '5A.' ':- , the age of _ ~ .-~ ,..' twenty, and .'D ' "\ ' :: - soon became , i.n s an Amarican .\- v ) A.l citizen. He was' ; '. \ - .~living at Mil-\\ waukee when M/ J y, : " A" . thecal!forvol- .,s/ / i : * Unteers came. .~- early in 1862, / and he prompt- r '-'*''. ly enlisted in Company A, ofe receded a wound . the Twventy-sixth Wisconsin Volunteern In the Army of the Potomac our hero saw much fighting, campaigning in the Shen andoah Valley. In the first day's fighting at the battle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXA, SATURDAY. SEPT. [7, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM '*:'. - !'- " , - ^ HORRORS OF WAR. Singing Convention. A./~ HOR RORS OF WAR. _~~~~~~___ ___ .The kiiis County Singing Con- J vention will convene at Mountain P r More Than Two Thousand Soldiers Have Died of Disease, While Peak, Texas, on the 14, 15 and I L 16 of OTobrada he sate the Killed in Battle Reached but 260. 16 of October and at the same time we wish to organize a Dis-= trict singing convention to be The horrors of war are always many. Sherman said: "War is cmpsed of Ellis and adjoining A t hell. lie was right. Disease among the soldiers is proving more counties. All singing people with deadly than even Mauser bullets were. It is to be deplored that a whom we have communicated are o war so gloriously ended in the field, and which has proven of such in favor of the organization. great commercial benefit to the country, should have attached .to it We would like to have. one or Finds us better prepared the o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

lh>? P70 -R. Ii-ilr 1, M. A. Pierce, Commander-in-chief of the defenders of low prices, last Saturday gave orders to open from our deadly 16-inch Price Destroyers. In a few minutes the deadly effect of our spot cash syswas plainly visible on the crumbling' walls of competition and the distress signals are now displayed THE Goes rushing and booming along, gaining each minute, as the clock of time ticks off the doom of Competition. I Case each good grade canton 9 flannel and fancy cotton plaids / goes Bankrupt Price Lace scrim for curtains 36-incthes wide, beautiful styles, worth 10c yard, Bankrupt Price )1 54-inch Red Table Linen new , style designs, to see means to buy, Bankrupt Price Men's finely finished Merino ( r underwear, regular 45c grade, /i ,1 Bankrupt Price tuv Men's suits well, made, j ~ I sack coat, all sizes, good value, Bankrupt Price I-FI a 1 * na. 10 pieces pure all wool red flannel, will be sold at Bankrupt Price 7 pieces fancy plaid outing flannel, they are choi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

VYi4 .> IF.. ,.~ ~ ~ ~~~,,; a v,., - ~, , ,~ . -: 7: 2 ,:;%:? t uatill i{tcl . ..; Montgomery Ala., 'et 3-aa M~~: l** Sept 3-er AdiaIdn ;:ma ;:.: Whelrth:yun ^r^I-^^ .^ws^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~' bf ' .~h lt.i oTel~(fLN NTI E :' ' '.. I FmR.NK EZZELL, Propriet.' ' ' / FERRIS. :: : ; : TEXAS. .^cou^Hv-4- 4 - P Dainlaudilf DoM ia Mani LIl ~ ned not: to eat fod injfidie Gen. Broo]~s has .acCepted the hospi*'~~~~~~~~~~ ~ . .' . . ', o v l s e t s ii l r w ' e n t' * :' .. , : . ' ' . ' tality of CatiGsi,;Machias, who graciously offered him9 the 'use Qfohis pri- 2 ?!------ - ate residence at Rio Piedras. .' .: :: ' Grei'Damage. Only Wants Adjt. Gen. Corbin received a dispatch t,: Thonmas, l..iW. I., Sept. 15.-Ac- Washington, Sept. trom.Gen Shafter announcingthat h cording tiolates1' vices from St. Lucia mum demand of the had on the 5th assumed command of the storm whicdhbroke over that is- commisis'oners in rela Camp Wikoff at Montauk Point. land: Sunday night was of umprecedent- ippine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

S^^ ^'i-^^^'!:'- '*tKld a.B Ms. . ;DIXIE DOINQS.\ -'' 'ilon. ' ^ ' ^ tittei eeling.'" ^^ ^/'*^^ .GeinevaSwitzerlandSept. ^ 12.-The soldiers at '\\ I' W ashiinst4 $ ' President Mc- London, Sept. 14.-A Manila -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~fMnl.The re q u s a r empress of' Austria was assassinated Seven soldiers diedat JaQsonville, 1pluey 4#44 ded spoKdent, telegraphing TuesdayKi ~-\ ,t the Hotel Beaurivage Saturday at- Fthe fate of-tbi3' ^ pte ilnsThe A better feeling prevails behtvis IP: : ' w grant ed anas and Insurgents, probac 4ern~~on by an anarchist, who 'wab ~~~~r-~ ~ 1' Thait' p,i q uld cede to the duced through the influence of tl ' rested He stabbed her majesty with a perintendent of education. has resign-sven]u nlde ae le a stiletto. eUnited States 'svereignty urgent leaders assembled a M "It 'appears thgent her majiety was 'ToaJhnn,14yr doveer te entireof.nado of Luzon, upon Aguinaldo sent an officer to as walking from her hotel to the landing which Manila iseed." misison to move ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

aI ..Ammmg lb I, --------- ------- -- - - -... .- -. .. I i: -Notice Now that the cotton season is on., I wish to say to\ my many customers who I have been carrying through the year, that I am very much in heed of money. And I shall now expect them to come to my assistance. Bring your cotton to me, and show your appreciation of the accommodation I have extended to you. Yours truly, W. W. BATCHLER. P. S. No goods charge will be sold at starvation prices. < - -- A_ _ _ _ _ _ _ A . v _ _ $ i.oo A Year. Published every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. ADYrEITISING hATES.. Locals 5c per line and display ads' 123c per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or long time. H & T C Time Table. North bound. I South bound. .NoI1-5:35 pm i No. 2-10:30 a m 3--7:26 am " 4-8:37 p m " 15-10:30 I " 16-5:05 " FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY. Sept. 17, 1898, ANNOUNCEMENTS. Democratic Nominees. For Judge of the 40th judicial dis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

'1 '-j I I I I i I , rlbl-- ~-.- --- rl e~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l RUM & SWINNY. bow Prices! are Good Goods(! ! We are determined to offer extra iducements for the cash trade: 6 lbs. granulated sugar $1.00 o0 lbs. High Patent Flour, best, 1.00 9 p'ck's Arbuckles Coffee 1.00 Dry Salt meat, per pound ' 7 1-2c 25 yds. Good heavy Brown domestic 1.00 I*-Good Jumpers 25c IGood Heavy Undershirts 25c N. B. No goods charged. :: , To those who owe us accounts: Remember we are geedin every dollar that we have out on accounts, 3 .e)have taken pleasure in aiding you and would ask you ' >elp us all you can between this and October 1. - thanking you for past favors, we ask a continuance sour patronage. cents UI 1 I l 1Th Pencils 5C. Talt C^^ RJIM k^ ltU1 IW doz Lead~ ' ^ ll~ilWO1jl'Pni^ ^www -LN E\V~S. Hunt's Cure for Itching Piles. '- OQCAL NEWS. Z ...__-.__ ___.+_.... Hunt's Cuie for Ringworm. Hunt's Cure for Tetter. 'Keg pickles at J. E. King's. for Tetter t tunt's Cure for Ecz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

_' . i r , I 1_ iWaller Be &O: Wil~~~~t[&l~~ : la- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i: 1,711.11.'A: , , d - 7? 'W , . I 1 , 2 ." . -e ~ - ' : ,. -", - 11 i I 1 I , . I .1 'n ' .< * \ I f I .. / - .' ' AR T *, S ' ' , , ' :"ky Art Pond of Cherful Barrorm*- ga-How to Improve Tour Hoix{" : Prbably at no time In the world* Stay has so much attention been td, to the interior decoration o! , o b as at present. No home, no matter how huaole, is without its handiwork that helps to beautify the - - apartments and make the surroundJatgomore cheerful. The taste of the Amerilcan people has kept pace with the Age, and almost every day brings lorth something new in the way of a picture, a draping, a piece of furniture or some form of mural decoration. Ono of the latest of these has been given to the world by the celebrated artist, Muville, in a series of four handsome porcelain game plaques. Not for years has anything as handsome in this line been seen. The subjects represented by these plaques are American ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~- 1ape,.-: ,l <R-;~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~- r, i; : r,, I - l A:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ , , : , Id5 ..i> Old She low's Poor clothes cannot make you look old. Even pale cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint. ments may be deep, but they cannot make you look old. One thing does it and never fails. , It is impossible to look young with the color of l seventy years in your hair. 4 cAger's U ~B~lc~--sS~as~-~ L~Bilb I" 4 1 hir iVlqor acodnL odietosi permanently postpones the tell-tale signs of age. Used according to directions it gradually brings back the color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as it did at -I fteen. It thickens the hair also; stops it from falling out; and cleanses the scalp I fre m dandruff. Shall we f-rd you our book on the 'H;air and its Diseases?/ The Beet Advice Free. If you do not obtain all t he banefits you expected from the ase of the Vigor, write the doctor about It. Probably there i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

,1lis ap tst.Asso-ia tion. : ': "I : . 'The Ellis county Baptist Asso. elationn met Thursday of last week with the Baptist church here. The Association .was opened at 10:M0 a. m. with prayer by Rev. W. H. Parks. Rev.. J. B. Riddle of Dallas was present and .,preached the introductory sermon from Gal, 5-7.' The following officers of {he association elected: John Overall, moderator; E. H. Tirey, Association clerk, and A. II. Buie, treas. Letters were read and delegates recognized from 37 churches representing a total membership of three thousand. The various lines of committee work was distributed among the brethren so as to give work to all the delegates possible. The following delegates were elected to represent this association at the Baptist State Convention: Brothers Overall, Butler, Powell and Buie. The business session clSsed for the day at 5 p. m. and Rev. Barrett of Waxahachie delivered a lecture at the church at night. Long Branch was added to the association and her represe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 September 1898

.^ *F: __* li nlla I : PASTUflRE AN FARM. ^tedi:" ' * ' '--- ^k; '. .HJ ' -' ' _ _ _ ' *; H - r11 BI^ 9^ j L. M. Kokunot is feeding 250 head of lP- S^ P9 1 1 i P^l cattle near Shiner. and that the farmers will lose thousands of dollars. ^1' ^II !1'lk s .Bk ^ Six families of farmers traveling in .i^;:' 3 ra:.:'aM v1 1 sli wagons passed through Denison on Ni*y i 1 ^^^ ill II 91 their way to the ndian Territory. Active preparations are already beV i^, ' - ^5 11 lma ^. __ f~ ing made for the fifteenth annual fair of Gillespie county at Fredericksburg. E'even carloads of cattle were ship' " ffi k 111 B ped to Kansas City from Gainesville%::, , ^ __fis~i^H 1111111 six by one firm and five by another. :-:r What does it do? :?, . It causes the oil glands I~1 in me skin to become more active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circulation in the scalp and st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 September 1898

R.e- O.a ak Randoms. Argument Against a Large Stand- living in the house forguesy ofTay0c- T. ing Army. cupied by V. B. Tate. OCotton picking is in' order now. -- Our new depot is open and seva^Some crops are good while others It is said that great minds often oral bales of cotton ca: beseen 'are almost eaten up by boll worms, run in the same channel, However on the platform. Corn is very good. that mpay be we endorse the followinw Prof. C. A. Rives has, ivented ^'~Col. M,~ Mo~~Kuight made us a views on the question of a large a new way for hivin' bumbleQ e : Coll M. NV, Mc~~~nialit mad us a ', '-:z pleasant call this week. The Col- standing army: bees. SO (V^~ ^ I"11 1P7 1 is' a genial, fellow, and a warm heart- In my opinion the war has been Dr. W. II. Kincaid hias just re- jjj J j IfUjIl\ 1 friend and one feels refreshed and profitable. It demonstrates the fact turned from Scurty where he iJ u joyous by having been in his com- that our people possess all the has been to see his b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 September 1898

O bt :: * ' 4 f S T E i - B^,-^.; .'1^' .- . '*' TEXAS. .:~'''~-. . '.: :'.'" " 3i':'Breckinritge has ,assueitd eij, :-' di ...~t/ the corps at Lexington, Ky.: I ;:!.[ - - ' q..i:. 'ChaAtes Denby, ex-minister to China, :'.:. :.. I':o'1l., fX:Ar 'of holding the Philippine. . ',-::, ,i .. -:.':.. nor's gua.lid, Is at'Austin from Jackson. ::-'' j? y./'.ille, Fla., on a furlough. .'..- .. -' ,*:. T,"steamer ,Leon XIII has arrived id-;':" ::' 'i ";' 6. -go with in. Toral and 2478 sol!,,' Y <Q""HerS- and officers. from Santiago de X^f',! -. _. .~ : * . , ,,uba : \ .t R - Maj. M.. E.Baldwin of the Sixth > - Illinois volunteers died at the Ortho; '" "' !aedfc hospital at Philadelphia of ty; phoid fever. Private John Gibbings of company L, fourth Tennessee, was drowned ; .TV while attempting to swim the Tennes:see river rfear Camp Poland. . (0 0~~ The first regiment, Mississippi volun: "< Steers, Col. Govan comanding, is now ': ' Pleasantly located at Camp Kincannon, ,, iaulerdale S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 September 1898

A- ' -. a!1 ^^^teiAa\t~etrma.u7 d * ote B'irjrecSept 20.-A special from s OX indicationn that Germany has' e sa*^cheming-to share Xn the dispoit of the Philippines, the authori. i . have learned that, acting under in~-: j' 'i~ rU actions from Berlin,. the German mmander-in-chief of the Asiatic sta.i ':tion has made an exhaustive investi$.-: .:L gation of the coal deposits of the is<.: : landsand. He, was assisted by a German :' f',., :en3lieer who had been temporarily asJ& A..? ':.signed to his squadron for the special :A-1- ; -' 'purpose of locating coal, and, with that ,:l<:?'? - -end in view, he conducted a thorough :,.X;! :: 'IAestigation and hias report, which has ; been-submit-ted to the Berlin goy$.u'-. i -'.. . meant through Vive AdmWrW- i. : ..: . '. - erichs, shows "posits ar' '- - ' -. *fhis^^ lnf - been received ~:-[ '. ~from one oie representatives of this -.- ' -government in Germany and has been ?' ~ ~ considered of sufficient importance to 1be presented to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 September 1898

___ :.D rEKTISN~- RATES. . ,;::!s'. 5c per liue and display ads .'-: ~.:r inch per i4,,ertion. Liberal , tus for large'space or long time. ow7w';-@ .*IXrew^ te r" :. pubN.:hed at. Far.[ " - *' . .' ^, /**.-' .'*'. ..'* ' . *.'''At mersVnile by (3' A. Jackson h, bf fa~ *and"wi beenr~~~~ebeived~~at this offce. Y\ { ' . goods:Just opened at the''.. Statues :of Coke and Wallace. , )K 1 -~ac0, Tex., Sept. 17.-Sena- .'j k ttj /l"-":e,': ' ,..Cok..and Dr. D. R. D. R. O , :._ l.:^ Wallace, the first 'nktl,% dead I f ... ' r , ' ' ::'.,:~-' Consisting of.Gents. furnishing goods' an the last. nae alv, an in ,,~ (11-l~~l LU.V Id~~lt Ut.U~ieU ail~~t-i aim. ill -%<-sah--11 1 "d wne'UII I w ar a fullf lin of ? -**f good hearth, face each other ini, fan-and.wnter Underwear, a full ne of Oak. wood .in pure white Italian , bumpers, v.as IUKoats,rosery;-,:? ma .le,:"he , e. being works , ( , 'from infants s /ize u ,- leS and gents'mrinale, the, statues boeingorv I p&! ,%_, : ."'' , -,".. of hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 September 1898

GEoj pATTE BsO M , s Aeed n bulk from Lz,1 Eeltl for fire insur4.hB- best companies.'. 'E:Kelley , wants to buy Esbba::e 'and tomatoes. i 'i' o PPattJerson for meal, , c .:op, -corn and crushed i4d. ;:. D'-:, won's is the .-* io have - -s. yp'trr 1 s mde. I have an r E egant ':skylight just. completed. ; AE:verything up-to-date. Dawson ! '::for photographs, Waxahachie. ::i . :Bring your eggs, chickens and t'.<-.butter to J. A. Deel. ' .~.::::- fJ. H. Orr and T. T. Lewis, two '~ '; -" ,of Ferris' promising young mnen, {i::-.: :'went to Austin. this week to at~ -.: - 0-t:: end the State University. ,:;' '. ^' Mrs. E. Raphael and children --".~::: 'of Ennis were the . guests of Ike ' "Jolesch and wife this week. 1'..;. ' Mr. and -Mrs. A. L. Orr and ^'^22 childrenn visited relatives at Lan.l:i!;!: caster Wednesday. . :~ Good eating apples at w. E. -' ." Kelly's. -. ' ..''i ' :.Get pripe oh LEATHER ;~(-. GOODS of:Hepler before buying. '"::-' \ Hepler's( is the place to buy ' k Leather...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 September 1898

'5.u * ,7 ;f' RANCH AND FARM. In Montana the average price c lambs is $2.25, and dry ewes $3.35. It is said that the blue' stem gras on Salt drain is the best that, , aeenl in the Panhanhdle. . J. H. Mlmso- l;'fd d i --' 123 head of calves several a XS for Schbaum Bros. of Fort Worth, ou of their Hereford bunch. Charles Coon of Mineral Wells re cently sold his Keechi valley randc with the stock to J. P. Holt and W. H Gross of Honey Grove for $45,000. 'From reports from Texas grain growing centers it would appear: tha the wheat crop of the state has beer nearly free from rust this year. Ditches are now being put in fort; miles below Pecos City, and the alfalfa is the one crop that is sought to bi grown and that mainly for feeding pur poses. Seventy days from time the first nev grain was shipped from Midlothian the money paid into the bank there on grain accounts was $74,745, or a little more than $1000 a day. Geo. H. Adams, the great Hereford breeder of Colorado, has decided tc dispo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 September 1898

'I-. V. Anathan. Iota.., - ' : I/L;' "' , .. I Fornrmi'. ;-'A traveled Philadephlan who has lately retu rned ffiom Niagara Falls declares that another island above the Horseshoe Falls 'is being formed in. the river. It lies just beyond the Three Sisters and Little Brother Islands, which probably owe their existence to the same process of formation which can be observed in the newcomar. A year ago a little sprig of a tree which had taken root somehow in a shallow spot raised its green leaves above the water's edge. Specks of dirt, dead leaves, with now and then a chip .A `'wvood to bear them company, clus'-ered around the little tree, and now ' a respectably-sized log, borne down by -the current, has lodged against the tree, and the island is rapidly acquirfig permanency :. - -* r' lene-on Th;ir Age.' A- The'ye:? -'~have stood unmoved when WIs were bursting around me. Could you? Romeo Barnstormer-Well, that would depend a great deal upon the age of the eggs. " The thinnest horse usua...

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