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

a.',' 'i * MKI'INLEYS MESSGE President McKinley's message to the short session of the Fifty-fifth congress is a lengthy document. ' In It he makes the following recommendations: Increase of the army to 100,000 men. Material increase itnthe navy, adding taore men and a number of war vessels. Continuation of the war tax. 'he building of the Nicaragua canal. Ate introductory clause of the message read as follows: Notwithstanding the added burdens rendered necessary by the war our people re Joice in a very satisfactory and steadily Increasing degree of prosperity 'evidenced by the largest volume of business ever recorded. Manufacture has been productive, agricultural pursuits have yielded abundant returns, labor in the fields of industry is better regarded, revenue legislation passed by the present congress has increased the treasury's receipts to the amount estimated by its authors, the finances of the government have been successfully administered, and its credit advanced to the front...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 December 1898

SO- Mm- - eked - 'r - ._Are you frequently hoarse? -Y. Do you have that annoying i tickling in your throat? Would jyou feel relieved if you could ;raise' something? Does your i cough annoy you at night, and i do you raise more mucus in the morning? ti., Then you should always keep on hand a bottle of *" * fs / t I If you have a weak throat you cannot be too careful. You cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it. DP. Ager's CBerPr Peetoral Plaster protects tme lngs from colfs. Help at Hand. If you have any complaint whatever and desire the best medical advice you can possibly obtain, write the doctor freely. You will receive a prompt reply. &ddress, DR. J. C. AYER, Lowell, Mass. U -~II~WII~B~IBMONNIO Look for It. Here it is. Now you know by this I sign Meant New Haven. . ; Joseph Jefferson, at a recent dinner What Constitutes a Good Beef Animal. In New York, said that when called ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 December 1898

Enims, Dec. :5.--11l arrangements have been completed for the immedi- d . te building of a new roundhouse ' and machine shops by the Houston and Texas Central people at Ennis. ::' .: Mr. S. i. Tuzzle,superintendent of "~'y ' motive power has been here a number of times recently in consultation with Messrs. J. J. Doran and L. A. Dbaffan, ; *_. and Chief Clerk Jeff N. Miller was : , here last niglit an'id assured Thie News reporter that the order for the new building has been signed and it is a ,eerta'.nty. The builbing will be ninety feet deep, built of pressed brick and covered with slate. The capacity of the new shops will be made sufficient to supply everything needed in the way of repairs except new boilers. They will have space to morint three engines on the blocks at once and six fires will be operated. This new arrangement, it is estimated, will employ 100 to 24 additional laborers and will bring a thousand more people to Ennis to live. This announcement has alrea,dy given new...

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

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, St JRDAY, DEC. 17. 1898. ANOTHER KILLING. Julius Watson, a Prospereus lN :iIrm'rn-- a. 4- 'tWi . Tf7llm. UMr_ x-iii a b ad va., .111s lOMl Murry, His Tenont. About 11 o'clock Monday mourning, Mr. J. T. Reynolds, the postmaster at Oak. drove up to the county jail with Julias Watson, a pros,perous young farmer of that community, and turned him over to the officers for killing Tom Murry his tenant. The facts as the Light gets them f'om Mr. Reynolds are substantially 'these: For some months past W atson had suspected Murry of being intimate with iis (Waton's) wife, and early this :morning went to the cow pen where Murray had gone to milk and told him he had come to kill him. Seeing some one coming along the road near by who he thought might interfere, he marched Murray off seoie few yards distant and shot --him twice throngh the head with a 38 calibre Harrington & Richardson revolver. Watson told Reynold on the road to town that Murray before he shot him...

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

''..: ;-'-. - : , -.': . FRANK EZZELL, Proprietor. , FERRIS. : :: : : TEXAS. ALL OVER THE STATE. Waxahachie's postmaster claims hle ,e.y ' has an up-to-date postoffice. ,' *;** P, P. Shaw's gin, located two and a half miles from Mansfield, was de. stroyed by fire. Rev. Mr. Gilbraith, rector of St Paul's Episcopal church, Greenville, has resigned. The residence of E. W. S. Burton, at Sherman, valued at $1000, was de* stroyed by fire. Pleas Holland, 15 years old, died at Sherman just after being awakened for breakfast. The railroad commission claims to receive numerous complaints about the raise in railroad rates. The Weisman. building, which is considered one of the finest structures In easern Texas, is rapidly approaching completion. The body of Richard E. Schieffer, a butcher of Austin, was found near his slaughter house with a bullet hole in his temple and a rifle lying near by. The steamer Stella, which went ashore at Bolivar Point, near Galveston, finally managed to get away. Sh...

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

Air - Austin, Tex., D e. 15.-A lone high, e wayman is operating in Austin, and he as held up a number of people within ... ;; the he. lest few nights. The latest victim .: i s A. I. Kirksey of the treasury depart".:: :* Iment, who tells the following story: 1' Y - .'' "I was on my way home When I war : h-h . eld up at the corner of Twenty-nintl ?ti i ' land Nueces streets by a great big fel l ? '-.. ow, who leveled a Winchester at 'm t head and told me to throw up -my -: . " hands. At first I thought my time ; had come, but quickly regained my s' :. d (senses and I started in to argue the (' :K . ,case with the robber. I am a little 'desperate myself, having failed of re.; 'appointment in the state treasurer's ,; ';ffice, so I told the robber that he f'ad 1 . made a mistake. :i!"'' . You ought to catch some holdover : !,' ,c'.erk,' I said. He informed me thai i; no mistake had been made, and that he h ' ad neither the time nor inclination tc ' prolong the session. The Winchester *; ...

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

; Holiday Goodst Xmas Presents! 1Snt Cus IunaCIa~ Has Established Headquarters with - W. E. lcKnight (Successor to J. F. Rush) Where a Full Assortment of Goods, Toys and Fire Works Holiday can be: found Very Cheap for cash. Our stock of' is complete and our prices are the Lowest. Also a full supply of Bran. A Call will convince you that we have the goods at reasonable prices. Highest market price paid for Country Produce; 100 dozen eggs wanted. $1. B. JleKnight, $ i.oo A Year. Published every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. AD ERTISING RATES. Locals 5e per liue and display ads 12/c per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space orlong time. H & T C Time Table. Nerth bound. I South bound. No. 1--5:35 p m No. 2-10:30 a m "3--7:26 a m " 4-8:37 p m 15-10:30 " 16-5:05 " FRANXK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, Dec. 17, 1898. TEXAS is a poor field for proph,ets. The weather here don't agree with them. AUTHORITIES claim that th...

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

('1i f(IIP nfiliT (1 ['A i 'byUvLUUOII UUI OHILL; j.:?:: SHAVING decided to close out my busin-;Jt PKi.:: 1:..,~: ,V* i ess in Ferris, I now offer my X 2 : STOCK~llltiJ~i ~ . . . . tjE I A: is Large and well selected, having purchase d : C">0. 1My S / ^tockli in some of the largest markets, thus beig Yti gc x '"Jable to secure at a Bargain a line of goodses!J:i ~" pecially calculated to suit this locality. " IThe Entire $8,ooo.oo Stock to be Sold! n:- [ NOTrHINGO REiSERVED. i';" 1a 1t^ \ ap is the time to make your purchase. Come and get prices IN l5OW and be convinced that I mean to close out and retire from ~,^~~~ A vFbusiness., -F W rW BATCHLER Txs .... Ferris, Texas. g , -- Ie LOCAL NEWS. [A big stock of new jewelry at _-__-_ I Weatherford's. Cohen's- B C B is the most Cards are out from this .office Wonderful and scientific cough announcing the marriage of Sammedicine made. uel N. Green of this place to Miss TilE WHEEL and Dallas Semi- Gertrude Farrer of Garrett on Weekly Ne...

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

'-: ':" -tero ,R os, president eof th 'lo , 'B tob Bro . w ho killed'se'ral rel': (.'?t ' '. commission', ascended the steps, lean- lives of/ his wife, is to hang at' Gias' "'! "":'- "' , :Ig. on a cane; a;d' bundled up in a gow, Ky. fur coat, .The Americans shook hands W. L. Trowbridge has bean elected "' . i; ' with the Spaniards when they enter- mayor ' of 'Vicksburg, Miss., for the -~ . -. :... e d' the conference hall. The faces of fourth consecutive time. A 'i , :- the representatives of Spain were ex- Mrs. Walthall, wife of the late Senceedingly solemn. Apparently they re- ator Walthall of Mississippi, died at gardedthe occasion as a funeral one. Memphis, Tenn., aged 58 years. ' The treaty, which was not complet- While absent in Europe Archbishop ed, was brought in sections in the Chapelle succeeded in settling the debt hands of the engrossers while the corn- of the Louisina diocese, through a firm V 'mission was sitting. of Paris bankers. After being photographed the cornmis...

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

W.:? \ WESTE RN CANADA PRAIRIES. ' . uture Welfare of the Continent Lies in Their Fertile Fields. The rapid progress that is being made in the settlement of the fertile prairies of Western Canada is leading to the investigation of its resources by those' interested in having provision ' made for those living in the crowded] i: east, for those who have been struggling for years on impoverished farms, for the renter who is unable any longer ii" to bear up under the strain imposed by - the landlord, and for the farmer who unable to purchase farms for his sons in his own neighborhood, has to look around for lower-priced lands. The investigation shows that'it is impossible to meet these conditions successfully outside of Western Canada. Already millions of bushels of wheat are being grown there each year, while as many as 50,000 head of cattle were shipped out this year. A representative of The Germania, Milwaukee, one .... : of the leading German papers in the United States, recently ma...

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

:!t: "::;'. ,, 0, mothersi, avoid thati;mChter (croup) by preparing yourself! : .": .... with a bottle of B C B. Court Directory. DISTRICT COURT. i-- ~'Meets third Monday in lily and . : : 0 second Monday in .Decewbe'r. COUNTY COUR'T. Meets first Monday in January, April, June and October. COMMISS6IONERS' COURT. Meets second Monday in February, May, August and November. JUSTICE COURT. - i Precinct No. 2, Ferris, Meets fourth Wednesday in each month. Is Ten years old and worth $4.00 a gallon. Old Log Cabin, per gallon, $3.00 Two stamp Rye " -" 2.50 Mansfield Corn " " 2.50 Single Stamp Corn and Rye Per gallon 2.00 Gin, per gallon, 3.00 Black Berry Brandy, per gallon, 2.00 California wines, per gal., 2.00 CWill Bradley, Ennis, Texas. Will pay express charges. :4IPOQRTANT GATEWAYS4.t *I I A TEXASj AC 1.0-oaB-^ i]ff_ tSa^wPAs~~ 2-Fast Trains-2 DAILY For St. Louls, GidlaQo0 and the EAST. Superb New Pullman Vestlbulcd Buffet Sleepers. Handsome Now Chair Cars. (Seats Free.) Only Line Runnin...

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

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SALURDAY, DEC. 24, 1898. / $1.00 PER ANNUM Henry Hints Dec. 20-1898. A failed to make our apaceo last week will try and do thiss week. [Is no use to say any' thing i the weather. It has just '/to bad, but we hope the r will be better. rmas will soon be here. a. ' 'lenty of cotton toipick in this .hborhood yet and can't gcel y pickers. The infant child of Mr. Burr )ratt died yesterday and will be; I dried/at the Bluff Springs cem-I tary/at ,11 o'clockto-kday. ;,i . " Pr. Will Gilbert. of Ja,kaon unty^.is the guest of his cousin, Air. John Gilbert, this week. ' Mrs. iR. II. 1'uqua and little ones,spent Saturday and Sunday in Ennis visiting her daughter, Mrs. Berkhead ., Prof. Snow spent Sunday in Ferris. ! DOB R. RAI -e-DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS Short and Quick Line be North and South Texas. S LE EPE between , RS H Between HOUSTON and DENVER, Via Ennis and Fort Worth, IR GALVESTON and DEN'TON, Via Houston and Dallas. GALVESTO)N and ST. LOUIS, U. Via Houston, Enn...

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

tC R R I : : E X A S: :; ^ - aJXMUTABY -AND NAVAL .NQIES. : .'r J3apan claims the biggest soldier i: /'. the world. The supply ship Comal carried 1S0 tons of provisions to Havana for dis.tribution. A committee .has been' formed in Havana province to relieve immediate tants.. Private August !Kinsley of company ; E, smithh infantry, was stabbed in the: abdomen at San Antonio. The injured man was taken Ito.the hospital at Fort stabhed. From ,the declarations of Gen. Weymer 'it is believed that a union of his followers and those of Senors Sagasta And Robleto will take place- after the treaty -of--pease is ratified. Charles TP. McClure, a member of company G, fourth Texas infantry, died at Camp Mosby hospital of typhoi if ever after an illness of seventy days. His remains were interred at Eastfibd, 'his home. LThe transport Mobile has taken the one hundred and sixty-first Indiana, the thiri battalian of the second Illinois and one company of the fourth, Virginia from Savannah, Ga., to Ha...

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

-.. ' : . t ' - . f f '.: ;K'<a . ,-ijt!, I -I .'X' A IM;w- W 7A 4 V-^ --sep no^ X Tommy - - - - - n- --- w hf W V s j Christmas, Is , ywivyfwvyfff sfwvjvvl HE shadows of Christmas eve were i.iIi ( falling over the city as George VH' ! Thomas, a New York city mechanic, ! ?-V ''S ^O *stepped d o w n on the sidewalk in Park place on 'his way homeward. His e a r n i ng capacity ~~' [ ^^ was $18 per week, ut because of the prevailing hard -times his income had been re- duced to $12. This sum, with ; ome ' little change, comprised his :-:-.; .j1 tlih capital. As he buttoned his coat ' - ;- / r\out his neck he reflected ruefully _ '-~ ' this was a very small sum with jwhith tom te'etr hexpene -a`,d to bay -- hristmas presents. The wiAd blew Jbriskly down Park place as he walked .;. ]toward Broadway, thinking of the comIng rent day, the enmpty coal 'bin, and a~ : '".. - the new dress he had promised his (wife. His thoughts were saddened as he remembered that his little boy would have be...

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

:::maWs Presents! :.' Has Established Headquarters with is> .- c'n l- ,,_g h t ."' k , k . (Successor to J. F. Rush) - Where a Full Assortment of Holiday Goods, Toys and Fire Works can be 1 found Very Cheap for cash. Our stock of is complete and our prices are the Lowest. Also a full supply of Bran. A Call will convince you that we have the goods at reasonable prices. I; Highest market price paid Country Produce; 1000 dozen wanted. D~~~~~~t for eggs f C'r. c ^ <A* AMERICAN- military occupation of Cuba has begun in earnest. Troops are moving south and crossing into the island. Before the end of this month, they -will be practically; in control; of the whole island, and engaged in establishing conditions necessary to the security of life and property, How long they will be engaged thus depends on the Cubans more than the Spaniards, but if they continue to find the Cubans inclined to co-operation, American military occupation will not last so long as some people have expected. A....

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

::" LomNrG OUI SALE! '.... .: s HAVING decided to close out my busin ,wA iVs, ,ess in Ferris, I now offer my is Large and well selected, having purchased' M Ttock in some of the largest markets, thus being v y eStock ^ able to secure at a Bargain a line of goods es= g pecially calculated to suit this locality. The Entire $8,oo0oo00 Stock to be Sold! , / NOurHING RESELRVED. T:i? './ NJ ^is the time to. make your purchase. Come and get prices and be convinced that I mean to close out and retire from 0 W V business. :: :: --, iFerris, Texas. ..- ...A. ; L-- NEWC . .. . -.A big stoc(k:ieo welry at "':::!:""-' .. . .. -- j, W eatherford's 4 :- : ' , ;:' ' ": yd.,,l'J.;- THE WHEEL anid Dallas Semi- The Ladies Aid Socity of the /:-' Weekly News one year for only Ferris Baptist church will give a -;.'::. $1. 75. dinner at Mr. Turner's storeI gIq t- ::Will R. McCord left' Tuesday house on 'Christmas eve. Table i,';: for Ripley, Miss-, to spend the will be spread fron 12 a. i'n. till 7 holida...

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

OTHER, will Santa 6laus bring me' i' slIgh tomorrow? I ' wruld' rather have -X, /ir A a sleigh than any. ' - J iEs tthing, -else in the ; ' -: 0 .d/ world. i* <i I R*C-) v 5 ,s "W .hen I passed -' if 5 ^^ VI Mr. Dunkirk's store X, D - )-last night it was - I; t t ! ) full of sleighs," .... said Archie presently, "but they were all marked one dollar and a half, and I have only twenty five cent pieces in my bank." "Bring me the bankk" said his mother, opening her pocketbook. In another moment Archie Stood before his mother rattling the coins in the small tin box. "If I give you ten more five-cent pieces," said his mother,smiling, "how much will you have then?" "One hundred and fifty cents," cried Archie, laughing aloud. "May I go and buy the sleigh now?" "Yes," said his mother, "but I want some of those lovely red berries I saw in the wood yesterday. They would' .look so nice among the evergreens. And besides, grandma and your aunts love them so." "I'll bring you a lot," said Archi...

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

'r "i'v I' l - '4 kesYor'4 IIi.mi.ii. '4 IICIHIACIICT? '4 1 Are your nerves weak? Can't you sleep well? Pain in your back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Boils or pimples? These are sure signs of ~poisoning . - From what poisons? From poisons that are always f o-ad in constipated bowels./ If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, as nature intended, these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed into the blood, always -causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease. Then isa common sense cure, STRANGE BUT TRUE Y3l tan get a Gold Watch worth 515.00, warastedfor five years, (Ladles' or Gen) for 25 cts. For particulars address with stamp LBROOK & McNAMARA, * -*-^-*lP e n, - n ---- _ .- 0 * C&E YOURSELF! f, aCUlES~ I Use Big 0 for unnatural Is 11 toe day.. discharges, inflammations, _. Osarasesed irritations or ulcerations . .. t strike. -- of r ucous membranes. [Prevens ceoagio. Painless, and not astrin' THsEEeVNS HEuIOALNOS ...

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

i:::' - : '- ':ad experien ce iS t' 'only iremeed.v fi^^ ,- s t om e.- 'bad habits. ' . '. :; :5i:',/':' ,/';:Scratch ',a sensitive person and : .:i:Y-eOtu generally find a selfish one.: .'f:',: The 'aiumenta of .action is "more -.?!'i'? ! -,;:'cnviieirng than that o.f words. " - .',:, ,:, . Thr'iowing mud at a good -nl on5:%?t ' "3^;ly results in soiling your own hands. L:a. .:;.-.,: , The.luck of the. sevveafh son,. is '. ,:.,\,,f' 'i .generally the :old clothes of the other six. - - :?. :.:- , The man who has no faith, in '.- .:; - humanity exposes his close acquain tanco with himself. People who seem stupid and reserved to us may ehove heard that we tell all we know. Trying to love is an absurdity; love is spontaneous combustion. Every man is valued in this world as he shows by his conduct he wishes to be valued. It is not what he has, or even what he does, which expresses the worth of a man, but what he is, A beautiful woman pleases the eve, a good woman pleases the heart; one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 January 1899

1 1I J IIL 'Iu1 rff' I IN 4 U FERRIS, ELI;S COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAN. 7 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM .Henry Hints :,':;:f.~' Jan. 3rd, 1899, iTh, holidays are .over-the loveli'st^,we:her we ever witnessed. It was ib pretty tbat those who had cotton ntlhe /patcli-have enjoyed the bright sunshine ,-ily in thb cotton field. :f-?:; So much business makes this week :er dull. Tliei.e has been a party '-ofome where every night in reach of 'our neighborhood. ' '-, The moving of so many from one pl'~-e to another is about all we see ' to tel1i,. that the old year is dying. . McQueen, P. T. Johnson and 1, Fuqua went to Waxahachie .sterday.. 'Miss Annie Fuston and brothers, iphharles and John, of Avalon, spent j "l st't week with their brother, Bert [ Fnstoa.. / -/ " Mis es Bessie Kooken and Ardena ':H.zs Id of Ferris were the guests of Mr. -J. B. McQueen part of last week. . . ' Miss Mattie fIolloWy .ofiFrris ,as thlee guest of Misses Minnie and iura O0rr Xmas day. ' qisseJaJ:-%(~ Modens Fuqua /...

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