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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 24 September 1898

ce. ^Iy~ouis^; 'thle bi^rt of his son, the 7. hng of'b Rbme; - 'his return to the7 -.:.rone 'Qf France from Elba; Victo:'::,:tmaannounces her accession to the : throne of England in 1836; her mar:'.': rage to Pri'ce Albert; the, birth of :'" the Prince of Wales; the death of the :: --.Prince Consort; and the famous letter : thanking Presaident McKinley for his : congratulations on her Diamond J ubi* lee will also be given. The whole ', ' collection, in fac-simile, will he pre:} ' '.sented in the October number of the .-/ : magazine. . Funerals of Senators. The first time any part of a de4 c 'eased senator's funeral expenses -was paid out of public funds was on the occasion of the death of JohnI Gaillard, of South Carolina,- who died Feb. 26, 1826. Two other ::senators died that year-Nicholas ' Van Dyke, of Deleware, May 19, and.Joseph Mellvaine, of New Jersey. ' August 19. The average public expense incurred on account of these .three deaths was $292.47, says the North American Revi...

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

RDAY, Oct. 1,1898. -.44Judge Davis of Oak Cliff died t:u:Tesday night at Corsicana from - injries received in the Chambers .c: i reek wreck. . :: ? he barn of Mr. Jolesch caught ; Tre at Ennis, but was extinguish/d'by a "bucket brigade." '"" 'Thbe contract has been let for '"^4-': :e building of a new Cumber.:: - land Presbyterian church at Italy. '- - ; :-Mrs. N. B. Rainey,. mother of ;;':. 3Judolge Anson Rainey, died in Waxa, hachie Tuesday Sept. 13. ,i~?.b- :. Waxahacliie, Tex., Sept., 24.:.'.... ~The Democratic Executive commit:: ':/''tee met 'here this afternoon at 2 o'clock under a call for the purpose 'of electing a nominee for Dner o fct 3 - c" ~caused by P' A. McWhirter- on was elected by accl Minnick, Darden & Co. are the terror of evil doers. They made a raid on the Trinity bottom resort last bright, (Tuesday) and captured Doe " Yarbrough said to be wanted in 'Easttand'-county for 'horse theft. ',e. wes. T ,T _ PA all, rer, iTexh., - Ao Frh-af a evening ad been in bad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 October 1898

. ia; ge lover th'e I.s' -eilng cons;ve:i '::nrklled' o HQ q ea .' k f*rl8+,as gathereby e, asidSherimai, Shreveport and S uthroil'Oad- is having another spur at Mckinney. Ad ny:; : ' niBorelzki, a Bohemian boy, -:.;?as r-aught inthe hating of a gin 'i ; I:ear Bryan' an d hadboth, arms and -.., e A- Xirib'broken. :; ' . G - . ?:arlanTob'in, assistant ticket agent . f the Houston and Texas Centralrraillway at Ennis; had an elegant gold' stolen from him. :''j Ws county's taxable values, acag to Tax Assessor Turner, foot -as follows: Total values, $31,892,2:.; total taxes, $311,203.18. :j ,, m Callahan, who was shot at En-) s in died from his wound. John Mcii hney, the boy charged with shooting .im, was jailed at Waxahachie. : XThe Texas Central Railroad company paid the comptroller $172.15 tax on 1T7,215.18 of gross passenger earnings for the quarter"ending June 30. Mrs. R; S. Mayers killed a frying v./: hieken at Hillsboro and found a gold ,~ -.:ng iiin -its craw.? The' ring is in a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 October 1898

iet rim-. arrek T;st./i'bh ith I ls'fhiahis . baggageland doe(errin to to state secrets.. i'?lns:/are incensed at the lat''n4"it'iis Deported that Rusffe].e:d the dowager empress os f 10,0009 troops from Port ' keep order in Pekin if nec isastated i that he British fleet in Ae: s waiters ihas been -divided be.AxTaku and Shangaikwan 'under rs :to' intercept Russian transports .he event of an attempt ,to land haghi c-sondet tele.A: Shanghaiga correspondent tele t:.:.:;n.. the arrival of Kang Yu Wei at .W'. ;i.:?u. H-un he was placed for safety on -C ' ard ard thh e steamer Ballarat, which .':"i sails for Hong -Kong at once. In : : ': ,he' course of an interview yesterday ? ];)eibe informed me that he left Pekin on .':. T'Tsuesda,] in compliance with a secret i, i M messagee from the emperor warning '1''Imlm of the, danger and urging him to obtain assistance from- those inter-;';,:' testedd in the country's welfareI He . ' (further stated that recent events were :. entirely due to the ...

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

i: ', TW, ti. :afioilT'Tha 7'* 7 * :-- - i X 'Sa~- W.E I - ~- v v ~ 4' 'niwery : '* in e:" f 1<engy.: And I shalt t Ahemrni-ome to my ats e. Bhtgt :, eand^s!ow your appreciatio0f-o the at:mmo ve extended to you. Youar truly, r W. BATCH LER. . * 4 P. S. No goods charged after Sept. 15th. Goods :will'be sold at starvation prices. . .__ ____..1 ,- 'H . - - - . - .-. 'had one gun boat sunk alongside ^the dock and another riddled and the houses on shore in the neighborhood of the boats were burn'-~~___________________ed. -$ 1.00 A Year. ' _ _ _ _ _ ^\;VOL. 'VoL.i~,- , 1 of The EnterPublished every Saturday and enter- prise, publis2ed-t Big Springs ed at the p6stoffice a'\Ferris, Texas, as by W. V . Ervi , e us. It second-class mail matter. y W. V. rvin, is bfe us. It 7 - A ri^ s.. ... is a neat 5-column quarto, -hrim 'Locals. S er liue and display ads full of local news and ads. Big -1t2-Sc per inch er insertion. Liberal Springs is a goed town and The cuts on ads.for large space orlon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 October 1898

~.~,- i V ,I3;Ezzel, l for fire insurbest!companies. - 'iPatterson for meal8s-- corn and crush'ed [as-?ons :is th6 place to 'have i iPhotos made. I have an ':6ntkylight just completed. yi:hi ng> up-to-date. Dawson h otographs, Waxahachie. iing your.eggs, chickens and Ei0 Ja. A Deel. et price on LEATHER QDS 'of Heplter before buying. , Buy your meat, lard, potatoes, ijis, etc., at Rush's. lHe has Fresh and full supply. 'Don't ask for credit and be em-barrassed by being denied at :'wveatherford's. ! ' I' have added to my stock a full "?line of granite iron ware at the :.lowest prices, also dishes and ) "glassware. Call and examine :and get prices. Hardware Store ':"~ t the postoffice. :::.'The firm of I. Jolesch & Co. ^'..'' oQbserved the Jewish passover by eiq losingg their doors Monday. 1':;Profi,.W. E. McKnight receiveSd'- .-~e a 'shipment of live stock Tues'>::,--_iay. It was a pair of fine pigs~.': :: a present from his father-in-law, - MMr. - ells of Collin county. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 October 1898

ri'h lhlv n I -I ite'"N.'!'&~%,-~:~'~'~ *:''". . ....' orftuin over l^^l^^y^S^^I--^^ '"^j 'while ;lying ;-'.-' on.......the' oted, ^';~.%:~,~,~,.~e*f, ,,,q :.. a.. .} . '-- ~.. ]., ~--case iIsom e hing lik .~ :~,"~~5-.:' x: ;;, :'::-':,'': .//:~... - . aving been .~~%_ vq'~' '':-',-^:.':*i ~' . - '' .... .' .' ' ]"vr Wlliams"1 :.:.::-aralyzedby rhe Fallw ti~~~~~iKB'M ~~~~~r William'.l s', i Pink Pills for :'-." 'iI' ' :. "- Pale People.' He coaxed his granddaughter ^ :' ~/:: '. ':'to get' him a box of'the pills. After that : : ': :" : ,'box had been used he secured another. In ' ::'.''':three weeks he began to feel a little life in - ?--V-': -' ' his arm; at the end of four he could move ^f[ '^~. hisgfingers; at the end of two months he ~"'''' could'' '' Odwalk, and in three months he could :::.?-;*1:. ',. ' *;shave himself with the injured hand. ! ::':-'.'i '',' [ :,; ^iAs he told his story in the Herald office, S'' ' ''T ' . ~ helooked the perfect picture of health.' He :'. :....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 October 1898

ropped ito. a r~itio ,onert e i^he' cou- a lilan LIicredhbly ; short i:l frel.,eze a bucket tiother) water, and .'A .s. the salts do not '':'ith. the 'water the ftpilluted. A lawyer discqvery is now in rresipondence with the K and' his hopes are ilt be adopted by the ::, -,Was Not Afraid. hiVd' who wandered away from 'Va;:ley, -a., was lost in the taibns:When found she was in the oitf wild animals and among rat es, but she declared they had '.nO attack upon her, and that she s'ubsisted- among them by eating -:berries. The hunting party that I. her killed twelve rattlers near rocks where she was discovered. Ak ; ' . *Tours in Rocky Mountains. W9Ehe e"Scenis Line of the World," the . Denv;r & Rio Grande Railroad, offers l '!:': to .tourists, in Colorado, Utah and New I ,0 '.;Mexico'the choicest resorts, and to the .; ^ -jtrains-continental traveler the grandest sisee.nery Two separate and distinct :-!.ro.utes through the Rocky Mountains, . ::<iall through tickets available via ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 October 1898

^i .as Erim a, assal^ -unp htereson. .f' %' yAr warrant' of: arrest- ai,. va ihine-e 1'i diataelyssued by Justice Weath.ia^ . :- eo. e:-rd and placed in the hands of :j[::': oi:.Oasta ble. A. F. Bus and -Mar:1:71. .. ihalc unningh-4m,' who: proceeded-i a''tonce: -too gp to Bristol, where' ''?,,1 :r'[, ~they. found h:e accused,' who was '-'. .-', '- ;id a dying condition from' a dose ~%/: . .-'of 'poison, which 'he had evident:^/: 'T^'!;.: ')ly taken with suicidal intent. :;:.' ....The 'officers stayed with' him till --': ...::. death carried him beyond their :. .'':'': "', :.!jurisdiction. 'l. ' , ' '[': :: ' J: j:jusftice '"." A. Weatherford :}:'.. . ::i"went to Bristol Sunday morning:and' held' an inquest over the ....0'. ,-body. The witnesses testified as ' ' .;: follow$: - " t " Dr. W. K. Hudson, being ; -: . '0 'sworn, stated that he is a regular - ~' practicing physician in Ellis county, Texas; that he knew Dr. A. :'-, . ;J. Robinett in his life-time; that - said Robinett is n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 8 October 1898

'~6.5.?.. %_ ' >.: .- : . ::',3NX1;XeT l had his arm broke -o^'ian agame-of foot ball'at Waxa e~Z^i.ar^ly^ :onday morning Will Brown el~e-onto Pea 'Ridge bridge, which .. Y been - broken dowu by cotton ,ee ha.ulers. His horse fell into ISe reek:8 or 10 feeL below and'he e k"p3' a -!tryuck by the pommel of the s da'dl~e and badly hurt, l ?~.] -:'TJ. W. :Barlow of.the Sterrett com"- '.rnmility was held upliby two highwav.'*men FridaVy night of last week and :,.O- bboedof $37.50 while on his ,way .: home from Waxahachie. A man .? :'aw-rre,5..d Satirday charged with . :'''d^ b~:eiy,- bat was released. ' ? :::Lancaster Items. / nh; tie rae'ald. ' "Orr, of Ferris, was here '-'ed ..!d A. e few - : : "AMAR3." . Miss Ella, Hinson, of Howard, who has been visiting her sister, -Mrs. J. T. Nealy, for several days has returned home. Mr. Tom Reed and wife- and Mr. Will Hazard and family were the guests of P. T. Johnson and wife Sunday. L. H. Hart was mingling with, friends and relatives at Gar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 8 October 1898

"I ^ .- ar -allas *co ti0 .5early - - 'a' - ' a 7 '*:'- /d '' clerk;. -r.i^ SsS K6~ 'dbt:W'.. mill rhasmfaae tit s.'-J w:W: ..-44 time 1000 --i'eis. wesreno b the chainiaii as a a 4 -iakir. aecleary, formerly atto.- cotn>ittee on o etA buslnet- ild Oia, t y genteral f TexasW h:as been:ap- In the intri.m 'rior' .oi the e.om .t _ . J<i :":-'/.?-nted fi-yor 'of Santiago .de Cuba. tee's repot impo i prayers, ,fi^^ , nd realizd $ . ......--..- - . *: < >ness ^'"^^"'^^^^-.^ionseand .shOrt talks: . . -Linall, _aged 16 -years, residing at aser . 'a ^^ ^' A~ syndicate~ o eim;toes ohirh ctffy the -way..wil b'eopened" y- Lf hJi N -::: t--:a, : train at .- ly Fathe f B.[t ahea: T.af-,a old - o -;e fu e Tex arikana ha been former for iy :.o the i^i ityd Att b ch-rn haand re'erlb and realzea $.6'/:h0bsi '. '-_-:. ye :n 1-about_ o'lok men at Texarkana "has been formed for . r a ?::'::.::' 'the purpose 'of building a modern e_ g :wo tihe Congrega- __h hattthelitlegirlhad ea ing to the' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 October 1898

VOL. 6. NO 6. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, Oct. 15, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM Long Branch. \ Most everybody is busy picking t..ton, consequently news is scarce. Cotton has been opening very rapidly for the last few days. The fields look like snow banks "Mac" and "Bo(b" were sick, w< suppose last Sunday as they failed to make their regular trip t( Bear creek. Miss Ethel. Dunbar of Fail View, and. Mr. Dan Hamlin o' Bluff Grove spent from Saturday till Sunday afternoon with friendand relatives at Shady Nook am . e .p..a py Hill. Albehi Cnnningham was her, Sunday afternoon (again.) Harry Caffin, formerly of Rec : 'Oak but now of Tyler, is visitin.: the family of S. C. Williams SutI day. Mrs. W. R. Pitts and daughter Miss Fannie were guests at Happy lill Tuesday. Mrs. Belle Pitts is quite sick a her mother's Mrs. S. C .Williams. .Quite a number f.iom here at tended the fair this week. .:[,~,, m [.g an ha y^^: " '.~ ;2 r.. an -:t. ;. Dunbar !ii!f ' and daughter Naunie are plea. :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 October 1898

FRAaKe .BZZLL ProprietoEr. R.":" tERsIS. ' : * : , : TEXAS. RANCH AND FARiM. :!i' : '/: ' It Is said Texas annually buys $21,( :00,000 worth of hog products. ' In Oregon and Washington stock - tuff and lambs were never as high as ;, - ::: at present, nor in as great demand. The exportation of live cattle from the United States to Europe has not changed much in volume for the past three years. A new feature in the sheep business this year, especially at -the large markets, is a demand from the eastern states for ewes and for breeding purposes. Scharbauer Bros. of Midland are now selling off some of their registered Hereford bull calves. Several have been sold recently to parties in southern Texas at from $200 up. Wheat in the river belt in Grayson county is suffering injury from weevil and some that was planted in the latter part of September is reported to be rotting in the ground. Crowley & Gerrett of Midland, who recently bought 10,000 sheep near Alpine, Brews-ter county, payi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 October 1898

ERDIOCOLS TO E DISCUSSED, Under No Circumnstances Will Any Agreement be Made to Pay Debts of Cuba or the Philippines. Will be Talked Over. Fever Situation. , New York, Oct. 12.-A dispatch from Jackson, Miss., Oct. 12.-Jackson's Washington says: record for yellow fever i n twenty-four Protocols for the session of Porto hours was broken yesterday, eleven i fto and Guam island to the United cases being reported tow the board of :States, and praying for the independ- health last night. Of these, eight are ,ence of Cuba, will be discussed by 'he white and three colored. The cases peace commission in Paris at its next are not confined to any one locality, session. but are distributed In various sections These protocols, which were drawn of the country, donating the thorough up at the last meeting of the commis- spread of the infection. :sion, have been the subject of serious The weather, however, is cooler, and consideration by the American peace it is hoped this will have a beneficial (,...

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

:Notice. I > - 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 need of money. And I shall now expect them to come to my assistance. Bring your cotton to me, and show your appreciation of 'tie accommo- nation I have extended to you. Yours frtily, W. W. -BATCH'LER : P. S. No goods charged after Sept. 15th. Goods will be sold at starvation prices. _0.A^i^^^ ^A^i^i~^^ $ i.oo A Year. Published every Saturday and entered at-the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. AD VERTISING RATES. THiE Dallas state fair succeeded in catching the crowd this season, the attendance being the largest, according to statisticians, in its history. This fact demonstrates the absurdity of so much talk about hard times in Texas. The Atlanta Constitution reports that Patrick Kelly of that Locals 5c per liue and display ads city remarked three weeks ago: .t.2oc per inch per insertion. Liberal "If I ever...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 15 October 1898

,., . ',,' "-r : - . LOCAL NEWS. ^^ 4.: !H. Bain took in the. fair 0 ;-;Monday. ':'-:' Mrs. Brown of Bowie came in i:: Monday on a visit to her daught(:"~..'er,-.Mrs. W. A.'Davis. :; :P ;Dr. J. A. Jones was in the :' county- seat Monday. C ~,. :-Tax collector. Crockett Jen: ... iings will be in Ferris to collect taxes on the 27 inst. "^7.' .See Frank Ezzell for fire insur', a'ncte in the best companies. Get pricL. on LEATHER GOODS of Hepler before buying. B. H. Cook, of Sherman, now -has charge of the telegraph here. Miss Robert Taylor of Palmhner visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. 'Buy your meat, lard, potatoes, .onions, etq., at Rush's. He has a fresh and full supply. Short orders at Smith's lunch counter. Fish, oysters and game in season. The patronage of the public solicited. Agent J. F. Sewell of the Cen-tral reports that he sold 147 tickets to the fair last Saturday and 50 Sunday. Corn, oats, hay and'Lancaster bran at Smith's. Dr. J. A. Jones and family attended the f...

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

Rioting in Xiinoia. Virden, Ill., Oct. 13'-The little town of Virden was comparatively quiet last night after a day of riot and bloodshed, the long expected clash between the union miners and imported colored men. At 12:40 o'clock yesterday afternoon a Chicago and Alton railway special train bearing 200 colored miners from the south arrived at the stockade around Chicago-Virden Coal company's mines, and immediately terrific firing began. The list at 10 o'clock last night stands seven dead and eighteen wounded. For the past two weeks rumors have reached Virden daily that a train having colored miners from Alabama would reach the city and the Chicago and Alton depot has been surrounuded day and night by the vigilant miners, determinedly awaiting their arrival. Yesterday the Chicago and Alton limited, due to pass here at 10 o'clock, shot through en route to Chicago an hour late, displaying flags on the rear, indicating that a special was following. Immediately the word was spread and a...

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

'.i" '5' a' I.,'; 1' , ''. - : ; '. I/ : " Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. ? . - To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mi a'. V etic, full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-e -- Bace, the wonder-worker, that makes weak m m:, strong. All druggists, 50c. or $1. Cure guarn -? teed. Booklet and sample free. Addre ~;:: 'q 6{Sterllng Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. ; e is indeed ignorant who is norant that he is ignorant. a TO CURE A COLD IN ONE D4Y Am T Vlake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. !<: i.' '~ druggists refund the money if it fails to cu d: !i~ ' . 25c. The genuine has L..B. Q. on each tab: .W X e cannot rise above reproach, ev With flying machines. ,~'.~/,"; ' - No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents. '; S Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes we i?' n men strong, blood pure. 50c. l. All druggi Cows come home to their calves a boys to their suppers. - IRS. PINMIMA now in good health. I wi ' Ask Mrs. Pinkhlam's Ac aSgTo- nen' aness L.. igAll ure. let. ven eak sts ,nd B Beauty...

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

Ti N f EWWAY. ;: l ~ WOMEN used Ir} " to think "fern a le diseases" could only be treated after "loc a l examinations" by physicians. Dread of A u c h treatment kept thousands of l modest women silent about their. suffering. The introduction of Wine of Cardul has now demonstrated that nine-tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physician's attention at all. The simple, pure Mt ELP:Eq . taken in the privacy of a woman's own home insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate now. Wine of Cardui requires no humiliating examinations for its adoption. It cures any disease that comes under the head of "female troubles"-disordered menses, falling of the womb, "whites," change of life. It makes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. $1.00 at the drug store. For advice in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, the " Ladies' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga...

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

VOL. 6 AU 7.FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEX S, SATURDAY, Oct. 22, 1898. $1.00 PER ANRUM Clemma Items. We failed to put in our appearance last week, so hasten to.come to time now. Clemma is on a business boom and has become quite a cotton market. Some 250 bales have been bought by our merchants at top prices; the stores are all doing a good business; the hustling Eeds Bros. are running their Additional Locals. G. W. 'V addell paid this office an agreeable call Wednesday and advanced his date a year. I There's lots of cotton in the fields yet. :: It frosted Monday night. Putting up stoves has been the order this week. Rev. M. E. Hawkins visited the county capital Wednesday. TJ. Cole of Waxahachie was county capital Wehere on business Thursday. Bob Mitchell left Tuesday for Cheneyville, La., to take a paying job in a gin. J. P. Lowery and family visited gin successfully; cotton pickers relatives at Bristol Sunday. are in demand and much of the Mr,. John Wicker -and wife, of staple is yet to ...

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