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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 18 March 1899

, f lant I froiba :froIm411~ :i :$ $10. -It will buying elsewhere ' ,, - N ext we 5 gallon good co :t ;S;< 3 gal. goc .. . .. now sell you any kind of shoe you may by shoe at 50 cts. to a man's plough shoe pay you to examine these shoes before re. ek I sell to cash customers: )al oil 65 cents. ' od Sorghum molasses $1.00. lbs Battle Ax tobacco $1.00. i 4 cans best Lye for 25 cents. N. J. DOTY. Wf~fmfmp~wf\fW^ -INOTICE X i ..: , 0 . .a p^. . To my friends who want milch 3 : cows, I have some choice milkers i for sale, Jersies and Durhams. All cows guaranteed to give satifac-" tion. I also have some half and : full blood Durham males for sale. i; G. H. JEFFERn S T : - 32 ; ~Ennis, Texas. g :: it.' dren as' well There are the subject I not apprecia yve- :given that do. aance and power. We, call kiQ<l words that w such a tone t'at 0 s : led sprit into a peacef remember also the harsh .ierced the soul like a da not felt the wonderful !melodious and skillfully ,lof singer, teacher o...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

VOL. 6, NO 28. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1899. $1.00 PER ANNU y W Z" W~ i ~trustees shall be divided in two classes, and shall draw for the an- :S different classes. The trustee drawing number one, shall serve er ha d none year, and those drawing numbers two and three, shall serve t two years, and until their succesNine years have sufficed to show the people of Waxa- sors shall have qualified. hachie and Ellis county that they cannot afford to be indif= 4 Each school district is referent to our announcements. - The demonstrations will quired to report, the result of continue for two important reasons. First, many people their action to J. 5M. Alderdice have.yet to learn their true interest in relation to our store. county superintendent by April Second, this store has grown better and will grow better 6, 1899, and each trustee elected with each season. The rapid and substantial growth is more is required to qualify before May in evidence for spring 1899. The s...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

*~-. t-lng -, 6out Arneyl- e akI -- ! Il1 ti NFo w9 sa& wqirc Anown,- - S~ ago, It began Dr. D. G. Fairchild-ofik:e:btrtment rs ago, it began e < r> *of agriculture has gone.: -South ts work. Since America in search-of nes:0Lod plants, which will be introdu ea::into the hen you can count United States., If these. i:ints can be ' successfully cultivated here, a revolute sarsa- tion will result in'the character and Amp_^ * 1 amount of our food supply. According parillas to Professor N. L. Brittn of Columbia, by t li Dr. Fairchild will make a:carefu l study D y the of South American plants:of all kinds such as can be- grown in this country. thousands "I refer, of course," he- said "to plants of utilization-the. invaluable -. witUhevery commodities that commerce deals in and which-are essential to the well bev a rt at n ing and comfort of civilization. There ^/g-of fyite - are vast tracts of desert- lands in our ^ir^a its- A I west where nothing grows, and where, vy tiofl of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

If tal :aflit county, is to have water' -;^Iirs., A., J. Russell, aged 74 years, -ropped dead at Terrell. 0 ' . - VSeveral substantial buildings are be4n- g erected at Texarkana. ' A local option election will be held I1n Johnson county on April S. St. Patrick's deay was generally observed throughout the state. The sixth infantry will not tart to *the Philippines before April 10. Work has commenced on the new Masonic building at Brownwood. Gonzales A. Sanchez, former Mexican consul at Laredo, died there of heart disease. A 'mad dog ran amuck at Oorpus Christi, biting ttwo children and a num,ber 'of canines. Jim Johnson, a Sherman epileptic, 'died in that city after a series of frightful convulsionS. v ^ ~.'.~. -; f There , were luO additions to the Dixie Street 'Christian church, Gaines;ville, during 'the recent revival. ,!'?,~: v; '!!, * Mrs. A. R. Hunt,' one of Fannin *A^i.-: ".'-, county'ls oldest pioneers, passed away at Bonham in the seventy-fourth year ^ 1;,^ ,.of her age. ^' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

f e nASCHOOL ON WHEELS. ' ';: ,', ? o the Wstlinghouse Air-Brake fSytem Is Taught. ~'~:?'':/ '*A 1:.C few weeks ago there rolled Into !~: -: -- ' the yard of the New York, New Ha. .';:) ;vPen and Hartford railroad, at Park' '4' -' (square, a most unusual kind of school=; : ' house. It was backed upon a siding; A , ,sand remained there until It left the i''0 ;Ceity. This schoolhouse, with its corps ;g:.^ :,. of competent instructors, is the oniyM one of its kind in this country, or in the whole world, for that matter, and C' : .--':is owned and operated by the Westinghouse Air Brake company. It is made up of three oars and has traveled more than fifty-five thousand miles. Itf , t. it more than one hundred thousand ailroad men have been instructed [F ?' i:id- l .within the eight years of its exist?")' '~ ebnce. It is a perfectly constructed / school house, fitted with every applif'f"'i ance for instructing the pupils in the .:i;:. use-of the Westinghouse Air Brake system, and has its ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

S;- 'all : o r' Aotto. .n' 7,1.Ia!: <n'tij; le ' the 'ol'e :in the;: : : Wilt offer ior next week the 'foi3owing: ':.: . - l -setxul.t i theirrnormal and (j~ . .... .' , ., ,' , . . .,^ . * ....... ' ....heal,.hx. - v o n., . One venr 's " Mens,,' fine. S es woet t ,)D it. 2.50. .. O ] . .f-.. '% bB!. I) . ' at. ,t, ^. . LI. dies li.ne ox.o.i. .t $1,0.' ~.t - "a, - ~iM . _._._-. . Me,1 s'Southeirfi Tie, tt $1. 5 and $1. . : Sh )Irten e - ime of confine'menlt, : $1.50 a $. es' fine shoes slron$ Oc to $ .00 . pe r " - ' I- f t- - i --"* , , , I' ','~ , ,1 o,. , . o .....i- ": ^'>s., ;> ' ,'~r( ~el'tHsti-engt tn l and supply bre~"/- $1.259a' t' 00.l - , at;e - :-iConstipatiol f the bsigSirnm ns Ladies' fineshoe worth $4 Fie fr hats,e easilyver curats, sqawvi nfe doses of t 3.0 . ,~iHll sizes aii ,styles, f'roniTLadies'fine shoes wortthey wilco, enc0c to puli.00.ca.~ l * , - ~ y - Constipation of the onnwis Waeekly BU'ett pe- raising andsocietfusesty fnews. Call an Tne Curative...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

oCk 'I --', a ^ 5 i^:?iN Yorlk, March 23.-What are sup- St Louis b 6osed to be the remains of three bodies Lyo Don Ma mwI: 1 ere taken out of the Windsor hotel ambassador *.i X '' iuins last night. These three bring is on. his w, . he list of dead to. eighteen. There are was honore, : thirtyry seven persons missing. Planters' h " -The first find was made 'near the Latin-Ameri ~ ::"' corner of Fifth avenue and Forty-sixth foreign tradE "- street. The workmen uncovered the ent. ' remains of a body consisting of a num- Mr. E. C. ~.:::. ' 'ber of charred bones. Portions of a master. C : so.'.heavy silk skirt and some beadwork Pearce made '" .-found with the bones gave the im- welcome, wh . pression that the body was that of a Senor Aspirn ,woman. Subsequently portions of and Spanish ^ ' hat are believed by the police to be sponded to a wo. bodies were found near the eleva- tional Relati ! : .tor shaft. Nothing was found to iden- tcn; "Mexic -:,'::S'; tify them. Those who examined the Co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

: (He was bred in Mexico, Mo,, the home of Rex Mc' m ^-a :: Donald, the saddle stallion that sold in November last for -: ;:0:: "; \ $5,000.00.) 1 ,;/-- ' - t: Ail ~This great champion saddle horse of Texas, winner - of six first premiums at Dallas Fair in 1897=8, is the Fan= A- - ':" : ' ^ciest, Finest, Most Stylish and Best Trained Saddle Stallion A in the state. Was never beaten in show ring, in harness nor under saddle. Register No. 1176, Vol. 3, National Sad=Sdie Horse Register. At 3 years old he took. Sweepsteak 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 fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

Preliminary Opening of Sprin id Summer Dry Goods and our new department===flillinery. MI:LLINERY! *0. .0 -0 MILLINERY! It pleases us to announce that we have added to our already crowded store a, line of MILLINERY GOODS that cannot be excelled in the county. These goods were bought direct from the manufacturer in New York and consists of all the latest things in Ladies, Misses antd Children's Headwear. This department will be under the supervision of Miss Addie Allen, who has years of experience in this line. We extend to the ladies a special invitation to call and examine the many fads and novelties we have tp show in this department. Come early and make your selections before the assortment is broken. Remember it is no I, JOLESCt & GO. Leaders of Stock and Low Prices. trouble to show goods. Leaders of Stock and Low Prices. X=L JXL 4. .1 e .4 X . 4 ..444 04 04 4,4 .4 .4Ii. apd deed Sunday week is Easter:Sundlay.- You can get Wyardotte soda at i The household remedy in Hmat's. G...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

' t~^ wj HFra y ie raiway?.,Eineers .:'.i a :- - a;atbedi can be: laid on tje botl t-. u:: o ~)tcof the English channel. This seemn f:: ' ;: 'beyond belief, but it is perhaps no more remarkable than the cures act ~: * complished, by Hostetter's Stomach Bitters in cases of dyspepsia, indiges[: : i tion and constipation. Many girls make light of their mother's good advice. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease. that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the diseaseand giving the patient strength by building up the constitution fnd assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 25 March 1899

?:&n.:o :>e4 l :, - '"' A '" .....' '- ..... .- ^.. . ....- ..-*- in &tiei"death' of fBob.:; ':::-:::Will offer forfnext week the llolowing to ash c'Ls - b l its best:cmost clie e rful workjXfN l -.: . ; ers- - - , ' , ! ers; theschool a kind and obedi=;'-' ' "ts . -good macin e ' - : gallon good coal oil - i;5c : ent "ppird dan anearnest student; -: ;- threald - - , I^'3 gal. good molasse-s - 1 .) ^ hishliome- a -dtiful. and: lIoing I :-p irigood sox --: 3 lbs Battle Ax tobacco .O00 sonandarother, soiev , 4f pai- ladies riose i- h;>2; .lt3G bars Loaundrother, an society ac lif - '! & pipes of pins - :klgs Armi and Harnner 'a" -in i - J 15 lbs Kit Jellies assorted ;,( 'sodst - - 50c nd, Thatthe members of this ' ~ 5 1ihs Kit Jillies assoit'd 43 . -. 4 ; s good e - - 25c . society do hereby tender the be5 ib bucket Preserves. 0i reaved: family their heart-felt < '-.Call and examine these .oods beforebuyingelsewhere. sympathy and condolence, and 3^~~~ g^;:~~~~ , &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 April 1899

$1.00 tER AlNUM, ._ _O I FERRIS. EL CU YIIS CEI IA WI S, whic stort I We cina tive& Suit est s I sing thin here are you going to buy your Talk this question over carefully and determine :h store can reasonably do the best for you. Which e is doing the best? Such talk will bring you here. are now ready for spring buyers. Our variety is fasting. Styles were never before so elegant and effec..prices consistent with high=grade goods prevail. s of choice weaves of Worsteds and Cheviots, the newstyles and patterns---Suits of Blue Serge,, double and ; le breasted. Come in and buy some of these new : gs. __ Tell-the-Truth Clothiers. '- "WVhen -Lovely Woanan Stoops to Folly" i.:s' Sean she buys a piano at wh;a . :_. '- She thinks a bargain price, without the name of the maker being c- Ia guarantee of its merit. The Estey is recongnized by artists and .... ttltented musicians everywhere as the perfection of the piano maker's art in beauty, tone and sweetness of melody. It is sold on its m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 April 1899

(: merri ,hest. . . FA NK EZZELL, Proprietor. 'FERRI& i : : :-,: TE' rEXANETTrS. "::- ,: : A Mra L. Wilkey sulcided at, Austin. A mad dog was killed at Waxahachie a few days ago. ::': '- ' Waxahachie is to have a steel car>. .~' :~ : riage and street sprinkler. '.. ' -- xA portion of the jaw of a mastodon was dug up at Fort Worth. a'- "' ~Mrs. H. U. Canfield, a well known temperance worker, died at Dallas. ' -:-. .; - The Brown gin and contents at .. ':, Brownwood were destroyed by fire. The $900 residence of Wm. Vaughan at Gainesville was destroyed by-fire. Henry Haynes had his left foot badly crushed by a train at Clarks-- ville. ' . A number of railroad men at Ennis are endeavoring to organize a railroad library. Good Friday was solemnly observed by the Roman Catholics and' Episcopa.-... - lians of the state. A. A. Spangler has been indicted at Henrietta charged with the killing of Mrs. S. E. Whitesides. Fort Worth has been sprinkling some streets with petroleum aldit Is p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 April 1899

Ticked by Batteries a Multitudinous Wir ous Receiv Time Required. New York, April 6.-A London correspondnt cables as follows: Though the three governments desire to expedite matters in the arrangement of the personnel of the Samoan commission, it will probably require some weeks to settle the preliminaries, with Washington the seat of the deliberations. Foreseeing long and remote investigation and subsequent negotiations, the English foreign office is especially anxious to arrange a modus vivendi for temporary administration that will also avert further embarrassing proceedings by the admirals and consuls on the ground of which at Muscat and elsewhere Lord Salisbury has recently had unpleasant experience. This desire sufficiently explains the cautious British stand of the commission. Word comes from Berlin that the new German representative now en route to Samoa carries restraining hints to German traders there. The German foreign office also finds precedent in Bismarck's condenmnat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 1 April 1899

Y w t bT.eyf ,L - Tfi WanidBnt Ue JOLESCH & CHASKA, , -Em rin ot Fashion, -: Vaxahachie, Texas. -: Trcllon Laces. Just what you want for underwear. 50 pieces worth 10c yard, all widths, your choice only 5c. New Jewelry. Novelties in Jewelry of all 'kinds will be sho*ii in our front case. Shirt waist sets, Fancy pins, Fancy Belt Buckles, amber and shell combs. New.style bea -tt.y-_pins - -, - .r - , .. ..-. 5c.' E are exhibiting positive bargains, worth and price that Wi~ you can not fall to'apprepiate. Will show qualities of tare beauty and excellence at prices lower than you have ever known for such fine goods IN YOUR OWN INTERBST COME TO SEE US. We know what you want--it is the good quality, the rect style and the low price. We give it. Every purchase of us is a stepping stone nearer the goal, Every transaction is a bargain-therefore a money-saving investment. cor U JOLESCIH CHASKA, mpolorium oI Fashion, Waxahachie, Texfis.50 cts. Chice of 100 Percale Shirt Waists, worth 85c, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 April 1899

ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1899. STYLISH FOR MEN. The leathers are almost glove-like in beauty and i softness. The shapes will fit moral feet as faultlessly as a glove. There's five different widths of last which in m sures a selection as satisfactory as if you had your shoes 3 made to measure. The inside of these shoes are not ieglected and every particle of care that's displayed on the outside to make them sightly is put on the inside to make them comfortable. The wearing qualities are just such as you could expect to find here. All the popular leath-= ers and colors. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00= Tell-the-Truth Clothiers. C. A. WEATHERFORD & CO., Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Fler-is, Texans. IR'General contractors for allkinds of team work. H. & T. C. Special Rates. For M Ah t [April 30 and May 1 will sell F--in OLtierS! tickets to Austin and return, acTrl Hdiscom- count meeting Hood's Brigade forts and p'('I. Confederate Veteran's reunion dangers of L-b c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 April 1899

"=A=X= =I=ZZELL, ProprlitW.r. P-FERRIS. : ....: : : TEXAS. :' *. , PASTURE AND FARM. Wheat around Midloth lothia looks Well. Wheat and oats are doing well around Margaret. Several consignments of pecans and peas have been recently shipped from Sinton to north Texas points. Will and Bert Belcher of Henrietta have purchased from their father 1300 head of cattle in LaSalle county. John T. Germany of Brownwood bought 300 two-year-old beeves of T. J. Lewis and W. i. McClellan at $20. Messrs. Ferneaux Bros. of Albany received one train (sixteen cars) of steers and stock cattle over the Texas Central. About 2500 boxes of beans and peas besides fifty cars of watermelons will be the record for Sinton this year, it is said at that place. Two hundred and ten stock cars have been ordered for the next two or three months in advance to Sinton for shipment of cattle. The strawberry crop in the Denison section of the country has not been seriously injured by the cold weather of the last few days, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 April 1899

iEJ ?LATEST OF EVENTS' TRANSMITTED BY WIRE. : Some of the Most Important Happenings of Be 'the World that Will Prove of Interest' to Readers of Papers. No More Troops. ' Washington, April 20-A conference !held at the white house yesterday be!tween the president, Secretary Gage 'Secretary Long and Adjt. Gen. Corbin {resulted in the confirmation of the original decision of the administration !to at present refrain from availing it'self of the authoriztion conferred by -congress to organize a volunteer army 'of 35,000 soldiers in addition to the Present regular army. Gen. Otis' latest cablegram descriptive of the conditions in the Philippines was carefully considered and it ,was concluded to accept his estimate of the military needs of the case so that as he has already indicated that 'his present army is sufficient for the purposes he has in view the decision is tantamount to a resolve to avoid recourse to additional volunteers. A cablegram was sent to Gen Otis however, called forth b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 April 1899

ii ,I T ~k- J 10 It 1J5W 1 a: to go anywhere else to buy a hat when you can come to our store and get one we guarantee stylish as you could get in Dallas or Waxahachie. as ...Our Millinery Department is presided over by MISS PEARL WILLIAMSON who was, till she came here,9 one of the first -trimmers in one. of the leading millinery establishments of Dallas., Ladiegaof good taste, who have visited'our store recently and seen MISS WILLIAMSON'S work, say her trimming is decidedly the most' up-to-date and stylish they have ever seen in Ferris; in fact, we have sold hats to ladies this week who said they had their minds made up; to go to one of the larger cities to get their hats. These are facts, so we would ask all the ladies who have not yet purchased their hats to call and see our MILLINER before doing so, as we are sure that you will be pleased. In the future we urge you to make com parison in styles, finish, quality and price of our goods with others, leaving to your intelligent de v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 April 1899

and fancy grocer with's. ' itel mortages 'at this office. and deed :J.B. Kelly of near Palmer, ass in town Wednesday trading. , ,,--Constable Warden was Wednesday. here I^t. Wyandotte soda and Bell s':tarch at Kelly's. ?: Henderson and Franklin Green I E??:tee in Dallas Tuesday. 1 W. W. Batchler has just re:: cved a car load of Bain wagons. M issi Hattie Case's school in :)allas county closed last Friday. ; Hardin & Holloway have had I their barber pole nicely re-painted. i Mrs. A. C. Speer visited Mrs. Borich in Dallas Tuesday and ;Wednesday. Mrs. A. E. Cox visited her mother, Mrs. S.; E. Babb, in Dallas Monday and Tuesday. T. G. Cole says present, conditions are the most favorable for a good cropyear. Mr. and Mrs, Schwartz and little son, Louie, of Corsicana, were guests of I. Jolesch and wife the first of this week. G. H. Marshall has just received a nice line of Baby Buggies and Mattings. They are awful [ heap, call and see them. Ringworm, Tetter, Itchiqg Piles, Itch) Eczema...

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