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

America's Deimands. Paris, Nov. 1.-The American peace commissioners issued a portfolio containing orders and personal memoranda and left their headquarters in the Continental hotel for the meeting with the Spanish commissioners at the foreign office shortly before 2 o'clock last evening. The president of the Spanishcommissioners, Senor Montero Rios, whose health at one time was so precarious as to threaten an indefinite adjournment of the sessions of the commissions, has improved to the extent of enabling him to attend yesterday's meeting. He arrived at the foreign office in a closed carriage with his colleabgues shortly after the Americans reached the meeting place. Shortly after 2 o'clock the ten commissioners confronted each other across the table on which in 1783 Benjamin Franklin and his colleagues signed the treaty of independence of the United States. The reading disclosed the fact that the United States government had determined to possess for itself certain territory and pa...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 November 1898

""5', C .-''., ***,f, 5', . .. -:y .~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~e Not a Good Idea. A certain Cleveland reporter con celved a brilliant idea. He took tt uj to Superintendent Kingsley. "Mr. Kingsley," he said, with an In sinuating smile, "wouldn't it be a lev er scheme to have a wedding take plici in the new tunnel?" The superintendent looked a l!ttl4 startled. "Can you supply all the necessa ries?" he inquired. The reporter felt pretty sure hi could. "Loving couple, best man, flowers cake, ring and all the rest of it?" "I'll have them on hand when want ed," said the scribe. The superintendent looked thought. ful. "No," he slowly said, "it will not do.' The reporter was grievously disap, pointed. "And why not?" he demanded. "Because," replied the superintendent, slowly. "It certainly would be criminal carelessness on our Dart tc admit persons to the tunnel. who are suffering from any form of heart trouble. Facts About Red Hair. An eminent man of science has recently declared...

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

](., 0 7 BSam Jones on Politics.., :Published by request. < Louisville, Ky.. October 27.' Evangelist Sam Jones. who has 'been in the city- for a 'few days, has expressedhimself on the pohtical situation, Evangelist Jonpe talks politics as he preach- es. ,i'e declares he is for souud money and for Roosevelt and McKinley. He said. to a GClobe Democrat reporter: "President McKinley is not - only a good, clean, Christian man, :but he is a good, clean, conservative President. The Republicans will nominate and elect him again. If he has made mistakes, and I don't say or beleive that he has, in the conduct of the war, they are not his, but. his friends' and advisers'. He has been careful, conscientious, exact. The party can not afford to nominate any one else. " Roosevelt is a good man. He'll make a good Governor of New York . As Police Commissioner he made it possible to revolutionize New York City. He did revolutionize it. He is a man of backbone, and after all, a man, mind you, is ab...

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

VOL. 6. NO 10. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SA4i Y, NOV. 12, 8. 1.00 PR ANNEM Additional Locals. Editor W. V. Ervin and family e.l of Big Springs were guests of Go to yboat druggist and buy a Frank Ezzell and sisters this Fri bottle of B C B and cure your week. Bro. monia th. 11-12-tf Cures all skin diseases in all its var- A. D Cohen's B C B is sold by all ious forms. No internal treatment tirve ( druggists and only costs 50 cents necessary. Failing, money retnrued stron per bottle. 11-12-tf to purchaser. Sold by Crum & Mi8si Mr. R. P. Clayton and Miss Swinny and W. A. Baird. Texa: Georgia McCoy were married at Mrs. Crisler and son, John, of near the residence of Mr. Geo. McCoy, Dallas, came down to the wed- reigi the bride's father, Sunday at 10 ding Tuesday night. eg o'clock a. i ,,Rev. M. E. Hawk- Cnmt ins officiating. THm WHEEL ex- The city council met Monday csnti tends best wishes. night in regular session and after his r transacting some' business,: ad- :tl)vi Eugene Sta...

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

S/hes^' ffiaTfi. e .'... . PRANlK ZELL, Proprietor. FERRIS, : :' : .TEXAS. MILlt MAtERS. Private H.:'Hoffm&/, com:r!(, third Texas yfantry, .iw at /'olt Clark, Tex.,{is transfer: to the ]hospital corps. ' :. i; ,K ; A detachment of Ausitiai' )l'rs will debark' n the Austrian c'ett!e Frundabig. in Cliate w,,aters, to take part!iit3 1.uropean garriso! Pekin. i '' ' ' The twelve companies of the ones hundred and fifty-seventWh'f Indiana regiment have been mustered out. The mustering out was done at Camp Mount, located near Indianapolis. In the Cape Colony assembly at Cape Town W. P. Schreiner, the premier, introduced a 'bill proposing . an annual contribution by the colonyibf 30,0)0 to be given the British navy. Private Thomas McClairn, light battery K, first United States -artillery, now 'on sick furlough at Fort Apache,' Ariz.,, will be honorably discharged by the commanding officer at Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Information has been received by the government that the Spanish officer...

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

j'f^''>j*^ ^^^ *^^lit^,,^^,, ^ ^,^,g,,,lhA.^(^'agn .............. '"''''''''f * 1llllll'IBIl^ ,'';?*.;' -ie Yok"o. - o, ooe dk6 1t W. ` Nere WbntnN.9. T Ijs lap-es toa b Austin, Tex., No. 9.-Charman Bell Dallas Te232 NorT 7-Ihe remain s at irst arep prodlayment yeeter- received yesterdpWasK i~ i ia he f the i ci hfr5. et is who de in hirs unte Statese thve big wcvraong Cu aPt 1: , Th i rd oisteidt- gove -rn ort ,s sf been re- ay tNew York la ujy3, bs th y were laied at pybu an pluqgresm i tycwhee frookl nrom r aero cmt tha lae -nothwa r tare irbbsl e98 alee w h hjim e Th ctaesedc thi bele 4, es 20, B ai mley tk toffcalr oun d e, bman ayea. beore anoth chl-s e' is fromt hetGh e te Nse w Yrk c curafalo andcy of the reortl ndv sugatd The returga nsam r2ecevd yse bno hhewlt congress dis 6 etri ct fuers i charity thi itye Everyone I v -^iunTncip ality ar ncmlte u ulcain, now atNo rfolk, be selnt at Second district-o oenr Sayers 5- (De6, hasb a^^ 8 cla aori ty ov r seeme ta t this b in...

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

!i 7_ ',, 7- 7, u',: .,'.';' 7 . '"v ":-17 :t7'7,w - .kW'.: :-;:':T,~:.77 11"~.::~ .: . A~~cti~~~n ~ ~ ~ _____A, bhqst bidder on twelve montbs' time, . wit' . .gtwe. ' O f all rd fter *:' ^ ^ - ' '' " "' . .'.^ **w: ,": :.. -*"- e'u.^ o, i ; One Stallion, F-pyaoo"W ttontedbret~ditb' ~ good!S ust opened at the One. Stallion,, ... as Mahor Somers. tie is the best aflq~twd ~arv*~ doots On, and if our subscribers r C71L %as Major Somers. lihe is thbest 'rou-d a; don't pay pretty soon we shall a c e"t < - c* .:: oj. .,,* sti* A* < A ui- bneed bread on~twitholtvoe mon.fiS': ':tinyc, on.. } :, ;a d Saddle Stallion in this section of country. tiHe has ed b t ayi on i te.al colts that have a record of 2:20 in harness. Detroit and Philadelphia are 4 g FinetBlackrJackoits in thielir ur- 4 Consisting of Gents. fprnw shi-nh ood of9 wefard by w erk-!' fall and winter Und-er`ear, a fuIIiH t Jne~~1n sas eie I.! On? .Fme, Black Jack a sery -~'hre .trkgarnsby ofrtei Jumpers, Ov-ra's IT 'Ock Coa...

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

e determined To Reduce our Stock of I Dry floods, /- " ' ' . .And. ' hats .1wo . .. ra And will make Exceptional y LOW -3 Prices on. the above lines for the ' _next 15 'days. During that time we g will . .* .* . I Absolutely Give Away . ice Wookle Dress Pattern To eve-ry customer purchasingforCash - DRY GOODS, SHOES and HATS j Amounting to $ .^,-15.0 a M & SWNNYJ, LOCAL N EWS. Dissolution Notice. . Trkoys' anid' (hickens wanted To whom it may concedin,, the Kelly's. ' ' partnership, existing between the 'rTIY/ 3 B ! 'yB^rv @l>PR Pdi undeasigned has this day been C 'lB B! 'rBC 'i^ ^ dissolvedd by mutual consent, ~B-C B! !! 'I- AA.L. 'White retiring from the ,, Mrs. W. W. Lavender andtfirm. lThe style of the firm Wvill danghter, Jernie, of Lancaster, still'be'G.:H. Marshall & Co.. and visited the family of Mr.. A.. L. they willi'pay all indebtedness and Orr Monday. collect al'I outstanding accounts. r- )r reportsthe rriva. l A. L White will be employed by Dr. Wi .lsn report...

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

a -"""' **''*' I */i _ L~- - .- 11 !-4 1_ _ I DA^I/A- If~imo TT^^ I/.^ ITT ' ; FARMER ANhU.-&TOCKMAN. {fB W'% I^ ^ B ^ ***iaU^a^ ,, l^U^-Jll^^A- . The farmers a hg'ut' C!uero hae a telephone sys. <,,< . . . . . .. .:~ , ; O-o Is to h'ave a'eehesy H~~ . __ *T*"a dered enough flax seed'"to 'plant nearly {, Pi~vi't'400 acils * .;-, Otto Gewall, a little bos, Wid Climbed Through the Castine's F furnace W Dick siffin Wht~yIpped ken at Gateevile by he tck loft wry^ "~ 1 - tour ears ?of choice' feeders from Al- hrse bany o Whitney-... .:~ tightened -a ocket aled SavedyMrs. Lena Diebel, one of Victoria's C .Anson,; a prominent cattleman on. 1 ,<J11~ ,~ a~ ^~ C^~. Anson, a prominent cattleman 01~ o0I~lefit citizens, died in that 'city a few ' th~-j~~~~~~~~~~~C1emaB county, dhas returned from a dyago. oat re ~r ? ~~~~~~~~vieft to Etagland. _________I__ _E CX. cherevledt fi 'August Helwigwas thrown off his . C. Mlhaney received ot Big horse in Colorado county and died of The duty ...

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

..w ' n....o'.w". ' ' '. 9.'-,:. '. % -. -us *Z7..45. 2' "' i... .50 '0' 5'0 !I I -' ,lBret. Harteg'tlB4 *re^ nessee's 'artier," is sail to ,aq5 h, A suggested' to the author b : t c .hii airl beautiful friendship which binds together :o, old ma.n,,; ,hae. lived more o n- forty,/ Aai'thle mountains or the route to" the Yosemnite. They have a little gold mine which yields an occasional $50, an orchard and a .arden., One of the two has not seen San Francisco since 1855. With all their hermit life, however, the two old gentlemenl read a great deal and know what is going on in the outside world. - 4 Klondike Millionaire. Aleiander McDonald, the Klondike millionaire, is on a visit to Seattle. He says that when he started to the fields he had just enough money to pay his way to Juneau, and no more. Nevertheless, he adds that unless a man is young, strong and without ftmi'ltr ties, ."the experience of thoduaids':has taught that he has no busfties in Alaska." -_ : I A swagger walk does not ...

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

Otr boao RIoll. The following nbsecrlbera have our thanks for advancing their dates oao vur booka.&as sahwn below. This list may be cHiped and preserved as a' receipt, a-Sit Corresponds with the dates om o4r book Any omissions or errors o which our attention is called will be gladly corrected. The list for the; wvcek stands: kV. H. Baxter, Ferris, April tO17. Jy M. Willoughby Oct. 22-98 J. T. Strawhorn, " May 25 99 C. S. Reeves " Oct. -4-98 Dr. Wil.ospn . . " Feb. 19-99 1. I. Rice March 6-1900 W. T. MeCKoee "July 1-99 M. B. Bryant May 17-99 J. W, Jordan " Jan. 1-99 HI. T. Wiicher '*',,Nov.-, 13-9.0 J. N. West, India, Feb. 30-99 tV. M. Cook, ranis, Feb. 2-99, J. C. Cox, Palmer, Jan; 1-99 I. P. Jordan, Canon, Ga. Jan 1-9iper .4. W. Jordan. Henry Hints. Henry, Texas,Nov. 8-We have ieen absent for some time on account of news being so scarce. Our gin came very near getting burned down last Thursday. The quick action of the gin hands put At out without any damage. Our neighborhood wa...

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

' TVOL. 6.'NO I1. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TiXAS, SATt'RDAYo;OV. 18 1898. . .. . $1.00 PEk A mNNul} f'[ I I I III I] II I J I I I I I ........... , . . ~ 111~ T't~..i,.2~ ..* _!e.> a... J::-/ ':Our Honor Roll [ Clemma Itemi. The 'following subscribers have our I , Clemma, Texas-Mr. Heads was tha-nk..for advancing their daes on - ur books as shown below. This list shopping In Ferris last week. p- P ay be, clipped and preserved as a - R Prof. Charlie Reeves will begin ceipt, *s it corresponds with the dates R. R bi . on our'book Any omissions or errors "his school at this place Monday next. to which our attention is called will be 00-DOUBLE 'DAILY TRAINS Mrs. Bailey has been attending : '. gladly corrected. Thore li Quikfore bewhe w( ek stands: Short a Quick Line between the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Jim ,~;. Rev, M. E. Hawkins, F'erris, Jan. 1- North and South Texas. Wicker this week. 1900. m CiT fl P~h UT) C~ A number of young folks gather. L. Allen Feb. - T S LE E PE R Sed at the...

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

4~~~~~~~~: h, jh/, i zr iiheel. FRANK EZZELL, Proprietor. .FERRIS. : : : : . : TEXAS. 'I-' XA'5 CONDENSED. Ennis had a' three-day chrysanthemnum show. An original pension of $10 per month lias been granted eJsse Smiley of Sherman. Ex-Gov. Stanard of Missouri, a well known capitalist, has been in Dallas and Fort Worth on business. Jack Yelldell, a farmer living near Mexia, has filed a petition in bankruptcy. Liabilities $10,000- assets not known. J. R. Stovall, living three miles from HIillsboro, was caught in the shaft of his gin and fatally injured. The residences of Mrs. Susan C. King and C. H. Pearce at Waco, with their contents, burned. J. W. Conway's general merchandise store at Gordon was burglarized and nearly $100 taken. 3viing to an error Charles Carr, sentenced to the penitentiary for life at Wharton, is to have a new trial. The state comptroller registered $24,000 city hall and city prison bonds and $12,500 schoolhouse bonds, all for Palestine. The docket of the recent te...

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

A SP.flNIS.ftIASWER IHRtNDED IN. , i f - i s~t L j . a 1 ' * * , , X ':6.:aim Tlat Spains rliiDDilaiI Sover6iUfnt is Not ODll lot DiSGussion. Spanish ReplPy. ,,,, f . - :Paris, Nov. 17.-The meeting yester: % ; . - ;dayday of the Spanish-American comfL minissioners began at 2:15 p. m., and ended at 3 p. m. The Spanish commis; signers presented a long document in answer to the American argument which was submitted last week.' By mutual consent the memorandum was handed to the Americans without being read and the meeting adjourned to Saturday next. The Spaniards in their communication reaffirmed the position which they have assumed against the discussion here of Spain's Philippine sovereignty. They insist that the words .A;;:~: , "shall determine the control, disposition and government of the Philip^^ e: pines'" in article 3 of the peace protoc. ol do not warrant any reference to li. . Spain's withdrawal from the Philippines except on her own terms, and ~{~!!i! therefore the Spaniards ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 November 1898

should not go to Puerto Rico; neither clerks, carpenters, mechanics, or laborers of any grade. The island is small, and has a population of about 1,000,000. and is the most densely populat ed country in the world. There are thousands of natives ready to fill vacant places at low prices. The ex-Consul believes that there may come a time, after the laws of the United States are applied -by Congress to the island, where it will be a' good place for American capital, and for Americans to do business in; but even 'then a man should have plenty of money who expects to 'make a success in"' Puerto Rico. He deems itimiportant that this state-ment should be published by the TriS most significant and even Department through the newspa. ominous feature' of the European pers of the country. rid Eastern situation during the THE ruorS that certain offices p. st week has been the extensive under the classified Civi bau-now under the classified Civil preparation by the British au- Services of our go...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 November 1898

R-HAVINGi depicde&to cIose out my busin :, , K ess in Ferris, 1i now gffer my I I AT !.OST OR BBL QWL 3^ A/SwyM (^4-~ X is Large and well selected, having purchased < - /V ,tIV Ain some of the largest markets, thus bqing . A V able to secure at a Bargain a line of goods ef g peciall calculated to suit this locality. - --e The Entire $8,ooo.oo Stock to be SoWt! NOTrHING RESERVEQ. is the time to make yourpurchase. Come and get pdes X N^oW and be convinced teat I mean to close out and retire from INO business. W. W. BATCHLER, 0H~ -~Ferris, Texas. : _e8^^x^ Miss Matti ng relatives ie "Holloway is visitin 'Dallas. Eld. S. R. Ezzell and dauhgter, Miss Samary, attended the lectirehip of the Christian church i4 W axahachie this week. Mrs. ,winny and Miss Murphy Long attended the lectureship at Waxahachie this week. The Bristol school, Pro,f. A. C. $ iles principal, and Miao Hattie 3*se Assistant, opened 'last Monlay. Cohen's B C B is the most wonderful and scientific cough ned cine m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 November 1898

'p.;-" - n;" 7-7 's4% it *.e;. But greaterr .P.opwdr than ,we had willed ,, That mother shouldn't stay, An' thelln we couldn't bear lthre farm, NWhen: she had slipped away. * So brother John, he sent me word Ter visit him a spell, An' eat in style Thanksgivin' Day Up at his big hotel. Well, sech a bill o' fare as that I never see afore, With all the things I ever eat, An' several dozen more. I labored hard to do my part At talk an' etiquette; Though John was hardened to this . world, Sometimes his eyes wuz wet. ' I knew that though his purse could buy The costliest kind of dish, For mother's rare Thanksgivin' treat .He often felt a wish. An' when I left him for the night, I couldn't help but say, l ' "It ain't the food ner yit the style That makes Thanksgivin' Day." TBeQ iEdirt e ' - - _> _ saas - _ _ * "We are the first," whispered Nellie, as she seated herself near the reading desk. "How queer Sunday school looks when it is empty," said 'her sister Ruth, climbing up by her side...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 November 1898

II , A, ~ II -I , - 'A og's barklolY equl D sb. i lot , sor, j'4but it does ot..ca l t M i er, was .n - ctivit of Vesuvius. lately sub-director of the Girls' medical -Activity of Vesuvius. Much:- anxiety has bee't aused in. sc' *oN9)t (, has ut been appoint, Naples by the renewed; activity of ed by, te 'y.tian quarantine board Mount Vesuvius. There is little likeli- to the 'pst of inspector of female piliopd that it will do any serious dain- grims at-El Tor.- It is here that the age. On the other hand thousands die pilgrims, returning from Mecca, have daily from stomach disorders, who to undergo a term of twelve days' quarmight have survived had they resorted antine, followed by a very strict into Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It is spection, and it is only when the rethe greatest tonic known for stomach sult is shown to be quite satisfactory and digestive organs._ that permission is granted to the pilAmericans are great people to work grims to proceed to their various counbard for m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 November 1898

- A . A A _ K Al ,Ita evr took'place south of the Mason Merchants will tell you we have not got an d F R we s-a'r s(e n ~1 " h esi ya d w to o :' andQoxdn' Line. We are behind sae'of our stores in sales a few tusal for this year d want to make it up by Jan'l::::. whatwe advertise, but you come andd:see; it will cost you nothineand may be the means bf saving pou much iinay. *i ' JEW ;* 4,' ' - - ' . '*/ Big Shoe Sale at Cbeeves Bros: shoe sale price 65c, 75c, and $1. Bleach domestic at 31-2o yd. blac gray, brown d blu Ball sewing tread, 1 ball for ; Ladies' fine shoes 95c, worth I Dress Goods Sale ,at Cheeves Bros. 1200 yds bleach domestic, worth Men's fall suits, coats, vestsf1 t,, , 8: $1.25. fine $1~l 25 w-orthl ~~Dress worsted at 5c. 7 1-2c yd, we place in 20 yds for and pants, cut sale $2 a suit. adies' handkerchief fo rlc. Ladies' fine shoes $125 worth Dress worsted at 7 1-2 . . T "-, 3 i.ide Men's fine suits, cdts, vests Button hole twist, 1 spool for ' $1.75. Dress worsted at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 November 1898

?'VOL. 6. NO 12, Bristol. ;,i~ . Bristol, Tex., iov. 15.-Having :i seen nothing in your valuable paper ,ftOn our section of the country, we 6oiLgt.ghit.it meet that we appear !:~among. you as yet being numbered iaimong the living. '-::' -Cotton picking is being rapidly --.brought to a close in, this vicinity. i .The yield was moderately good, hut :;owing to the low prce. its debt pay:"-'.l0: ing power has been -greatly reduced. 5 School opened here Mon(-ay, Prof A,. C. .Stiles and Miss May Case are in charge Enrollment about sixty '?: :.. jof. Stiles told ye scribe that he :: th-:ougtht/it would he increased to 70 or over by the eld .of the week. ': Tom:' P. Thornion, t he leading :' -.druggist, was kept very busy Meon IjT~ . day and Tuesdlay morning handing " out the new text books. W\e learn with regret that we are t lose Mr. J. L. Loydl and family, as .he is going to close out his busin ess at this place at. once. Our loss .Wiil be Clemmna's gain. Wheat sowing has been somewhat t...

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