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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 March 1899

; tH $f^^ oo :Yea . . an Francisco hronicl'e. : , ' ?,ush ,erery at- rNot long ;ago th Cherokees ' \it"t:e pnstofice at Ferris, Texas, ,s down in Indian Territory began seod,1^-a0s -f'l'n matter . a suit against some paleface tres-V.: I rmTISiy RA AT.S,. passers and the result has been /,Locals 5 per i :Hue and display ads that Mrs. Rosa Blackwell has been l2Kc ler inch per insertion. Liberal ,puts on ads for large. space orlong time. declared owner of a thriving city I -,' & T C Time Table.. on the St. Louis and San FrancisH & T 0 Time Table. _~_ ........... 'co road. This makes another Nerth bound. I South bound. step in an interesting set of cirNo.7 1-5:35 p m o. 2-10:30 a m curestances and was the only way - 3 7:6 a m i "4-837 p nm of averting armed conflict and " 15-10:30 .. 16-5:05 T ,, much bloodshed. Three years FRANK EZZELL, Editor. ago the town of David was laid -4-----J-;-- out by surveyors from Wichita. SATUUDAY, March 4, 1899. At that time Col. Andrew JackTHE me...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 March 1899

I ,') ', g ne'" loti :, .. . .. - . ; . , "!f E;n"is was .hre and 'deed this office. ei;oldd goods for sale ch,eap. :at:his office. sovella Henry of Dallas is ^t'of Miss Maud Davis. . Collier spent Sunday and a'iin the county. seat. accordance with- the town itti ee bono yvrd has been reed, "I 'irankEzzell, who has had a ''s seige with la grippe, is le to be out. B. C. B., the 'great British ' ' allsa: can be found at g store in Ferris. E. D, Malone and xreen are visiting it Ennis. M rs. Mrs. 4'Fig Tablets are a nice it treatment for conistipatiolt Iliousness, they are coateo zing. 25c at W. A. Bairds. !L- s. A. L. Orr has been suffering-this week from a relapse of tra r"r'"ne and rheumatism, but isterler wil -, it is ta,k and -oT1tkr on o0v 5virds. he cbqirlln shosglve. etc. la system against iscar s as Sirnmois squti wises of 'herford rho at w ,ith th Third.Texas at Ft. : "n saertis avinOv been mustered iight and helped them elves :s, shoes, hlovesa etc. other medicine bcrils oup ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 March 1899

Several Bills Passea. Austin, Tex., March 1.-In the sen. ate yesterday the special order was a joint resolution by Goss calling a state constitutional convention. Goss moved that the resolution be laid on the' table subject to call. 'Odell opposed the, motion to postpone and stated that by this time each senator -had about made up his mind as to how he will vote; that the press had discussed it and everybody was informed and ready to vote. Goss stated that he did not want the resolution to be considered at this time, intimating that its enemies were numerous at present and they might kill it. The motion to lay on the table subject to call was adopted. McGee secured "consideration of his bill, which has the effect of confining drug stores to sell nothing but drugs on Sundays, preventing them from selling whiskey and otier liquors on Sunday. Amendments by Hanger were adopted exempting bath houses and the sale of cigars from the operation of the bill. Odell spoke in opposition to the b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 March 1899

Turned to Rum orilnkers. Milk drinkers having been scared Sufficiently, bacteriologists have turned upon the rum drinkers. Rum often has a disease known to the trade as "faultiness." This is due to a microbe that, according to the Lancet, "strictly speaking, does not flourish in alcohol, bust in its own gelatinous envelope, through the walls of which it can obtain its necessary supplies of food In the form of sugar, while keeping out its enemy, alcohol." The rum micrococcus has been named provisionally "Coleothrix methystes." It has been injected into a guinea pig, with no apparent harm to the guinea pig. Choate's Summing Up. Ambassador Choate, in summing up as a lawyer one of the phases of the Paran Stevens estate, said: "This case has tried us all. Coming by my children's nursery door it was soothing to the ear to hear the children recite the nursery ballad of the 'House that Jack' Built,' for this, gentleman, is the house that Jack built. My client (Architect Hun) is the unfortun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 4 March 1899

"a f u l l l i e o t - - '~?ff '~?,[~ ;?',,?":'t, ".'" "'' , *":*': :;. / ./ ' :.' ) ''-; *. *:"' ? * , ". s: *.....; ': " :'. ::.-" * '.*;' ^ ^ :y't'. 5: 'e ," .o :.t '^;" ," . ^ * """.5 '*< ,. ,- ! ,: '"~ ,."^ 1DrgsMedicies, :Hats, Shoes:, ' , -- - **Gent^ sFurnishing Goods, , -'.'' ' 'Notions and Groceries which I offer at as Low a price as any one in the city. I nam no stranger to the people of Ferris and I hope my past } dealings with you have been of such a nature that you wIll > again give me a part of your patronage. I will always be .. found ready to serve you and deal with you squarely and '.' g honestly. . ;: - - -will each week offer an inducement in some line. For next week I offer: One lot Misses shoes worth $1.25 at $1.00. '~. } ~ "" " " 2." 1.50 at 1,25. - ;5 " " Ladies' " 1.25 at 1.00. * I " " " " - 1.50 at 1.25. , "" " " " 2.50 at 2.25. . " Gents- ' " 3.00 at 2.75. "" " " " 2175 at 2.25. : CIII anid see me. One door west of Postoffice. IN *I OT x 2S $ 27? ~X ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 March 1899

EJ1k P '-- FERRIS, ELLIS OOUNTY,-TEX Clei eres : Rightness, IbT ere's , heSS - along r: Th1 .1 ^Fitness` -- afd,-Fashionterc h~~~' .,-y~~~~~~~~~ ''~- 'corn gr< In Matthews Bros.' Shirts. pla - Sunday. i betrt$verylew as good. Patterns exclusively our c. A. .Madras, cheviots, oxfords, matte, fancy linens and Monds Monday, rh percales. fA range surpassing all our previous J. T. where he ts aind of special interest to all who are particular months t the fit of thteir-shirts. Prices on these high grade Miss s^ ^e;^.50~~and $1.75.~ ^ quite sic are $1.0,$1.50 and $1.75.gld to 1-. . - . --* "^^. (juii~i~i- : ' . ^3 Miss Mrs. Ci quite. sc ' . ' ~ - '~: - M rs. I some tin - eli-thne-Truth Clothiers, 1^. t~~~~ _ :Joe Tx .-,, *_ ^-.- -.' - . ., _ . . maker beO ierit. The lEsby artists and .~, everywhere as tone and sweetIt i~ sold on its iIl Surprise you to ;ly you Can boy HE MNEW WAY. is : W OMEN used tothink "fesS-^^. ,' male diseases" ^I^K - oould only be treated after "'o' cal eexamina'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 March 1899

g v XkET1r t -E MM^E ^ El Pasocount n-tthe : ork ot i the Fort Wrthi.o l mil, Q wil begin 'in.about 'fifteen days.''The ,Santa.. .'Fe Railway' ' company e ':-:'X tontemplte several. improvements at CA-. .G.A., i.Miller, manager of the Furlow . ..:inrug: store at Groveton, Trinity' county, .died suddenly.' '. - . 1::::: :000-:The gin of Eli Fairman near Gold:--''::i. thwaite, valued at $2500, with' $1500 S.--.: - Insurance, burned. - . .:':.'- ..:.. <Colorado City has been visited by a b. finding sand storm that was almost .: ^.::. equal to a hurricane. The residence of Rev. J. M. Campbell at Van Alstyne burned. Loss . 2?00 on house, furniture and library. The second annual convention of the ; Woman's Christian Temeprance union ^-- ~-;for the: ninth district met at Brenham. A gin belonging to L. F. Garland burned at Poetry, Kaufman county. Its. value was $3500, with $2000 insurance. Jose Marie Montes, born at San Antonio in 1820, a veteran of the Mexican and civil wars, died at Na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 March 1899

hs1lles ;ofi ticentraiting 6of euttlng -0 :t!'-:e :waterwor 'ks. .b : lte:at' the-.first -sign of ,Wc- but they separated into :i3. . whenever the covert afleOrtun.ilties- and kept up a 'f;":. B'y a series of rapid adfo!wedi by; flank movements, a-y :w-asecompletely routed' as asGiuaaarupe on the right and to Mariquina on the 'left. iasulties reported are Capt. '- company F, first Wyoming esis. and two men slightly Ii---XC !Therebel loss was heavy. ;No rebelss were visible at noon. his afternoon Gen. Hale's 'brigade o .ti rfued the work df driving outt the rbels irom the waterworks, a distance If about three miles. The country is nowe lar :-on the left of the river, but te :-enemy is still in front of Gen. Wheatn's lines. -'Near San Pedro W'i.atl' they :-have been actively. att;o:pting to: make the positions of the irth~ artillery untenable, their sharpdi0oters keeping a constant fire all g:.:oay. -.., : y. e:;.-. Private Lovejoy, Washington volllDi-unters, was' iled . by: a stray b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 March 1899

5):'a^^''3^< -e ~ ~i.279 * i - . . s - * 'asbred i-iQ MeTo, MMe, , the home o Rex Mchae saddle stallion- that .3od iii- November last for *I' a , :' ..f. . -:-. .-:-.:-, This great champion saddle horse of Texas, winner : --:::-: six first premium s at Dallas Fair in 1897=8, is the- Plan= :::::: f}: ciest, Finest, Most Stylish and Best Trained Saddle Stallion ;:f f: i:- in the state. Was never beaten in show ring, in harness.; : - .}-;: nor under saddle. Register No. 1176, Vol. 3, National Sad= G iX 4t s edle :Horse- Register. At 3 years old he took Sweepsteak :: :-: : c [:at Dallas Fair, Oct. 1897, for best saddle stallion, mare or gelding, any age, beating the best aged horses from all over Texas, Kentucky and many other states, something that no other 3-year-old ever took over best aged horses at :- - . ^.. :the biggest fair' of the greatest state in the United States. .:te ,.- : : ,Breed to him and raise the high priced kind they do ...e .. ':; a in Missouri and Kentucky. $20...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 March 1899

DaPilas: a ,-. young Shook of.:Cprsicana il j mtacit .^ . ' 'a, aitoy s Ient Sun :t ancd Miss. EmDallas Monday. ags--es and deed 3e. office._- --. . 7 - ;6tie,% r sale cheap. )r sl Cold drills at :Kelly's-Corsirxasodai:;'-" . - ' ' iyman W. Z; 'Taylor :was i'm1-Palm.er/iursday. -hf- and oysters every yat Smith's 1Restaurant. ,C. -B., the great British :64ghBalsam can be found at :dif-rug store in Ferris.' Ms. :T.,W Holloway and chil;.;of El Campbo are - visiting latives here. -'s. F'4ua and daughter, Miss -i, of Henry, paid this ofqsant call Monday. ,th-f fresh groceries , es cheap as the r. L. Keplinger. limiited to diseases of .r, Nose and Throat. f-sonic Termple, Waxa,aiist -miscarmons squaw dth fire and use r burns, cuts, headache, colic. roup or any pain internal or ex50c at Bairds. - :I: W-'l Si.. E gh t ..visiedi h-: : herparents itt Piano th is week - [- :Missea Nora Orr and -Myrtle tIayns spent Saturday and Sunday at their homes near Red Oak. THE WHEEL and Dallas SemiWeekly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 March 1899

Urf' aTwscor en and Their W Kepin the Daily Record-Toil Incessant at the Switchboard. It Is at 7 in the morning, in the midst of the first big rush of each : -.: twenty-four hours, that the day be'~"- ;;0:0 gins at the power houses where they produce the current for hauling trol'; -- ley cars in and about the business ;>~ -' congeries of towns we call the Greater ?)-" : 0 t New York, says the Press. :; - ' ~ You would not need to look at the clock to recognize the hour were you loitering about one of these great electricity shops in the early morning. The approach of 7 o'clock is preceded .by the dribbling arrival of a lot of stalwart fellows, mostly young, many of whom on entering the place are carefully clad in the tweeds or diagonals of the ordinary business man or -Jo - clerk. Four in every five of these who come earliest pass through the vast 0"-' . -apartment where the great engines labor and the big generators whine to a narrow stairway leading to a loft where lockers and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 March 1899

'Every' morning 1 have a d taste in-my ,mouth; my ngue is coated my head hes and I often eel dizzy. iave no appetite for breakfast 'd what food I eat distresses K. I:have a heavy feeling in stomach.. I am getting so ak that sometimes I tremble d imy nerves are all uastrung. am getting pale and i'n. I ii as tired in the morning as tniht_" ; Wixat does your doctor say? '".' hu are sufferfln from im-pure blood." -What is his remedy? : You must not- have 'Cbnst' . pated bowels if you expect the Sarsaparilla to do its bestwork. ButA year's Pills cure constipa'tion, . , .. . ' - We have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may have for the asking. W.te to o.. D fI,.w_ Perhaps you would like to eqia.ut minenf physicians abuse -youn codli. 'on. Write us freely all the partticlars our case Toni .5 receive prompt; Adress, DR. J. C. AER, t Lov-ell, i.:ee' --1 of - . City Athletic C( ods)palding." Accept nc jstitute. Handsome Catalogue Free. -A. _-SPALDING & BROS. .Sew York. ,-Chicago....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 11 March 1899

Thte Jitedl Stattes will annex Mr. O. .'Newman, the house n -s *: (C'])a by a popular. vote of the mover, was engaged last week in - ; ry Hin-s b- . Jbans, after having first decla- tnovin' a house on the Tempileton : ... IC il'an independence andeva- . n years long gone, it eva.; :- Marc ...., 9. ";.te(l the island. The Cubans the home of Mr. Neal, the ist Tle farmers of this sectigp are ;x;il annex themselves. - ' ' C endanei o ut with their wox-k. The q ueen of Holland will mar- I d.o-.eceased. In mIouting t i .J h' n cMc'iueney WS 01 the V - and the crown prince of Germ- house locks at pOitiOl of the i'cl li st 1a week-. any wil bIe betrothed. bb eatherboarcing w3 re e U ib ll wenttoLace:t;r - There will be cabinet changes n^(l between l this and tbhe ceiling' o' e ld isit week. : and0 several caliinet officer will was founlld a copy of the ltelli- -1'.;J. lq FuO andl ife enterresig~n their portfolios. . gecmer, a newspaper published- ati ti a crowd of young folks SatThere -will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 March 1899

ii None b own. French efforts about t shirts a T Rightness, There's Fitness 4 and Fashion n Matthews Bros.' Shirts. etter--very few as good. Patterns exclusively our Madras, cheviots, oxfords, matte, fancy linens and percales. A range surpassing all our previous and of special interest to all who are particular the fit of their shirts. Prices on these high grade are $1.00, $1.50 and $1.75. Tell-the-Truth Clothiers, WMAWWWMwm - 'When ,Lovely Wolnianx Stoops to I'olly" is when she buys a piano at what she thinks a bargain 1)rice, without the name of the maker being a guarantee of its merit. 'lhe Estey is recongnized by artists and talented musicians everywhere as the perfection of the pilmno mak'-~ ''- >er's art in beauty, tone :nd sweetness of melody. It is sold on its merit alone. It will Surprise you to ':'- know how cheaply you can b1y r" one. Write us. C. A. ARNOLD, Waxahaehie, Texas. fore its invention the life of a Cheap , wooden tie, especially if the tie w .as of soft wood...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 March 1899

j: mS_ ii': ; .. : TEXAs. : P, AnS'T.tURE .' ANI D -.FARM. . :r ':;mw or k' is ' progressing rapidly around :Coryell City. . :: ,::'/': 'f0One Lamar co inty f.amer has plant: .:': :d: "', -Hed fifty acres inI'rish potatoes. t,~^:3:: :>: It's:Many fruit trees have just been .:::: .' planted bJy Lamar county farmers. :::;::..3:' "The Cotton Belt railway is construct..:': -'"ing extensive stock yards at Sherman. ^ - ' McGehu,-Strey & Landa shipped fif"l':; A'': teen carloads of cattle from Austin To -I: ' -St. '-Louis one day last week. George W. Littlefield of Austin shipped from his San Marccs feed pens ten carloads of feeders to St. Louis. There was less rainfall at Coleman from July to January last than for any like period for 'twenty years. G, 0. Rone shipped two carloads of yearlings to Gainesville, where he will feed them until the pastures open up. Truck farmers of KHrnes county have commenced planting cantaloupe seed and are putting in a considerable acreAge. Moore &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 March 1899

^:"it~~rt!ex.h'ight yMasterday a16Fort thefight yesterday and the tw'en:tya-fourth iaaiinual session of the eTexa8s Caittle Raisers' association will >ie held here. If t was a lively contest, -in'. which good feeling prevailed throughout and one which absorbed the interest of every visitor to the .session just closed. When the speeches were being made and the vote was being taken the opera house was liter- ally packed and jammed from the pit -to the dome. When the morning hour -of the convention was closed the fight was warm. Half an hour. was consumed before the result of the first ballot Was an; nounced. It showed Fort Worth 146, Dallas 37, San Antonio 112, Waco 3, blank votes 5. The second ballot resulted in the selection of Fort Worth by 138 votes to 109 for San Antonio, and the band *struck up the tune "We Have Got Them and Gone." R. J. Kleburg of Corpus Christi was -elected president; M. McKenzie of Trinidad, Col., first vice president; L. F. Wilson of Archer City, second v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 March 1899

16 Season i8 9. ,-: (lie was bred in Mexico, Mo., the home of Rex Mci! Donald, the saddle stallion that sold in November last for, ?;$5o ,QO.) .- $ l 0 . of six This great champion saddle horse of Texas, winner o of six first premiums at Dallas Fair in 1897-8, is the Fanciest, Finest, Most Stylish and Best Trained Saddle Stallion sin the trate. Was never beaten in show ring, in harness S inor under saddle. Register No. 1176, Vol. 3, National Saddi e Horse Register. At 3 years old he took Sweepsteak t at' Dallas Fair, Oct. 1897, for best saddle stallion, mare or ; gelding, any age, beating the best aged horses from all. over Texas, Kentucky and many other states, something that no other 3-year-old ever took over best aged horses at the biggest fair of the greatest state in the United States. Breed to him and raise the high priced kind they do in Missouri and Kentucky. $20.00 for the season with privilege of breeding same or any other mare next year free in case mare fails to be in fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 March 1899

tisel! mctages i and de i ti^' s office;.''..^ ". ? ifHoehiod goods for sale, chea iApply at this office. ad p. : Cold drinks at Kelly's-Corsi^a. -cra soda. Fresh fish and oysters every Saturday at Smith's Restaurant. ? B. C. B., the great British Cough Balsam can be found 'at any drug store in Ferris. 'Go to Smith for fresh groceries and produce as cheap as the cheapest. ?: Dr. L. Keplinger. Practice limited to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. 'Office in Masonic Temple, Waxahachie, Texas. - 3Elder Grogan of the, Christian church has been preaching in town since Wednesday and will continue 'over Sunday. Contractor Barns has G. E. Cas, sidy's three new bricks on the, north east corner of block 7 about complete. No other medicine builds up and fortifies the system against miscarriage as well as Simmons squaw vine wine or tablets. A musical entertainment was given Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKay. '"' Those who attended report an enjoy. i., able evenin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 March 1899

a::. :i":Now'?: :-Why; now my'eyes are open '"Well, dear, at least you ought to * ' thankme for straightening you out, ^^^Ji. ' :"Oh, your are intolerable." '~L L:;/:: *;:: '" "And yop, Mab, are unreasoning in your jealousy." m .;- - ..- "You married me only for my money, and of all the despicable things " "i'.'; . . "Now hold on a moment, Mab. You have 'made that remark to me some *:/0a;/; : 'hundreds of times since the minister S..:- sV -: * made us one, and you have been that one up to date, and now I'm going to tell you a few things." '?^* ; ;00 Mabel glared. The decided look in ::KI^.:- -^ her husband's eyes was a departure; he usually laughed at her. But there ^ :^-- was no mirth in his steady glance today. 'Hi ,S; ;0f -"I desire to say to you," continued :']; -:" ;Will, "that I did marry you partly for your money and partly for yourself. I did love you and I would not have :^ done you the injustice to have you marry a poor man had you been poor. However, there were other girl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 March 1899

Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow. It does not come that way. It creeps its way along. First, you think it is a little cold; nothing but a little hacking cough; then a little loss in weight' then a harder cough; then the fever and the night sweats. The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage. Better stop the disease white it is yet creeping. You can do it with You first notice that you cough less. The pressure on the chest is lifted. That feeling of suffocation is removed. A cure is hastened byplacingone of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A Book Feoo, It is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Wfo us Froeety. L If you live any complaint whatever and desire the best medical adavle you can possibly receive, write the doctor freely. You willreelTe a prompt reply, i without cost. Asldress s & DI. J. C. AtE, io.well, Mass. Am Would Have to Grow Down. On one of his electioneering tours, t*en. "Joe" Wheeler, ...

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