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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 May 1899

VOL. 6. NO 35. PERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 13. 1899. $1.00 PER ANNIM __ _ _ __ _ ___________________ ____. -* - T , ;" " ^^,__ 1~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~1 JUST THE SHOES YOU WANT. ... THIS stock of men's shoes is far and away ahead of any stock Waxahachie ever saw. It's completeness it= ; self=== $3.00 to $5.00 The values are the best that skilled shoe builders can produce. Tans or blacks of all the wantable leathers H and toe shapes. The widths from B to EE, and there's no risk of getting shoddy when you buy here. '9 'New Line of Ties Jbst Arrived. MiATTHEWS BROSH i E Tell the-Truth Clothiers : .VNM :' Diarrhine is the only remedy l ',that will disinfect the bowels, remove the offensive odor and ,instantly relieve Cholera Infantum. Mothers, if your baby is teething don't fail to use diarrhine. 25c at W. A. Bairds. The Houston Post prints a cotton crop report which indicates that the acreage in t...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 May 1899

.-* ,' ' * * Senate, : d* Ouae. - On option of Ati the senate ibpt' '::- .-i,:7 *'* eo __ '; .,.~ed the free conference committee ie*'Ai K EZZEILL, Ptroprieto.. -- 'port on Lloyd's bill exempting physiiElnRI& ': -- TEXA- clans and surgeons from the payment ;_____________ _____ _______ . l .'of occupation tax. The report recox,'- - :::*;' " *........mends that the house recede from: its ;PASTURE AND FARM.n b ASTURE AND. . - ' amendment exempting lawyers from Stock in the Beeville section is far* . 'uc.h tx Ing well. The house bill by Bailey placing the state reformatory under the -direction Tyler is shipping strawberries nort'o ^ governor and the state board of in carload lots. -penitentiary commissioners was pass:The recent panhandle rains hav~eed finally under a suspension of the greatly, benefited wheat. rules. J. F. Ray delivered at Pettus 600 2- Yantis secured the final passsage of year-olds to J. H. Gage of Hico. the house bill amending the Waco city The spring wool shearin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 May 1899

IEf IlAt Gharleston, S. 6., With Manu Delegates and 'i/icitnr UIIU. . 101UI .' ' , ; Charleston Reunion. 'Charleston, S. C., May 11.-Almos the first official act of the ninth annual reunion of the United Confederate RVeterans which began its sessions yesterday, was an attempt by Gen. Stepher !D. Lee of Mississippi to secure an in &ioGArse;mentA _ or rresiaen _clnes~ sug ag> *, - uorsement or President McKinley's sugt .gestion made in his recent Atlanta , speech that the care of the graves of '; Confederate dead should be undertak"- en by the Federal government. Action ' o n the resolution was frustrated by a motion to refer it to the committee or , resolutions. Ideal weather conditions favor the veterans of the gray, and their thouf sands of friends who are crowding this X hospitable southern city. A conservative estimate places the number of visi tors at between 25,000 and 35,000. The : attendance from the south at large Is not so general as in former years, but : South Caro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 May 1899

p $ i.oo A -Year . 5'.- Published every Saturday and enter;- ed at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as se.ond-class mail matter. ADVERTISING RATES. Locals 5c per line, aA,: display ads lYec per inch per insetion% Liberal c-ats on ads for large space orlongtime. H & T C Time Tablet Nerth bound. I South bmitnd. No. 1-5:35 p m INo. 2-10:30 a W ", 3-7:26 am i 4-8:37 p i " 15-10:30 - "i 16-5:05 " FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, May 13, 1899. THA anti-trust bill passed the senate Tuesday. THE governor has signed the Dallas charter, which is now a law. BRYAN'S majority of the popular vote over McKinley was over half a million. THE state reformatory at Gatesville was destroyed by fire Monday night. The loss is estimated at $30,000. No insurance. PEACE negotiations between Otis and Auguinaldo in the Philippines have so far proved futile and fighting still goes on. PREPARATIONS are being made for Admiral Dewey's return to the United States. He will be succeeded in command of the Asiatic s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 May 1899

Mrs. A. L. Orr is quite,,,sick again. F. M. Saxon and H. -LtPriehard were doing Dallas Tqusday. Newt George of the Wilmer Next week is commencement community was in Ferris Monday. week at the Ferris Institute. Go to Smith's for all kinds of Mexican June corn at Kel1's staple and fancy groceries. Produces 35 bushels per acre. k;> iMrs. E. J. Turner visited in Waxahachie the first of the week. : . . Mrs. M. C. Ezzell visited rela!- . tives in Waxahachie this week. Mrs. T. G. Cole visited relatives at Waxahachie this week. The best green coffee and new molasses at Smith's. You cannot accomplish any work -;:I: -or business unless you feel well. If !I:::: you feel "used up", tired out, take .: . .Dr Simmons Liver Medicine. R. E. Snow went to Hutchins Saturday. Mrs. Leta McKay and Walter McKay were in Dallas Saturday. Walter Cox was in Dallas Saturday. Col. McKnight was counseling in the courts of Dallas Saturday. Grinding every Saturday Wicker & Cole's gin. at J. A. GRACEY, M. D. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 May 1899

UiROF IHE MOUTH Of BgBAE .IS -;:-^;A. ' ' ' Romance of tf6e Amaha t: ' i' -Community in Iowa. : " ' .^.. : What led Herr Schweppe to join t Lt^j;'; .X,[ . Amanites no one knew but the elder The Amanites did not gossip about -:.;:'- : They were not -given to gossipi: ; ,: - : : 0it about anything. Work, duty, God - these were all their thoughts. But t , isitors to the close-lying Amana v lages seldom failed to notice that He Schweppe was a gentleman and ,, ! ~:-:J ~, wonder how he came to join the Ai . J: 0 anites, with their plain clothes ax their lives of toil. The mystery w :~:; -" :-' ; hid in the books of the elders. The ;:" ; 0: V, A was once a visitor who claimed that : "' ,; ' had a glimpse of the page and sa -: Aii . "Bismarck" written twice on He Schweppe's record. The name w, :, - EVon Schweppe," too, this visitor sai though it was only Schweppe inow. Be that as it may, Herr Schweppe daughter, Annie, bore the traits of n ble German birth. She was a dar] haired, dark-eyed m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 May 1899

if',s,; ? ' ,,* , " .-;* "Saw" taie Statuep. : :. Helen Kellar, thI famous deaf, blind ; - -and dumb girl who has been so highl: .,^- educated visited the Boston museum art room a few days ago and "saw' - ; the statues. By passing her wonder fully sensitive fingers over the figure ::! 0- she was able to get a correct idea o their proportions and discoursed mos Interestingly of her experience. The greatest fraud is the fraud we practice on ourselves. Piso's Cure for Consumption is our only medicine for coughs and colds.--Mrs. C. Beltz, 439 8th Ave., Denver, Col., Nov.8,'9& Some people carry folly so far they fool themselves. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c. Autobiographies are often g Works of fiction. great Are You Using Allen's Foot-Ease? It is the only cure for Swollen, Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet, Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Address, A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 May 1899

ti. R ET STORE g" ?:-X:- ,15" ' _.~ Is now ready for business, having just , :ie - i ! ; -opened up the completest stock we have ever bought be- ' ?i':':'i, '; ,'fore. In the following lines we have the fullest assort- i ;i"* ^ * * *: ^ ment: * ..:;.- ... Gents Furnlishingo Goods, Underwear, , Work Shlirts, Overalls, Junupers and variouss ;' .. y ' ainld sundry notions. we carry a nice line of staple and fancy groceries, 4 -3ALSO a full assortiiient of Tinware, Glassware, 4 Queensware and Hardware. I. --<::'; Everyb6dy is invited to call on us in our new brick building. rA. J* GEE : Proprietor. ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~4 :' ' '^^ ^^ rNlI DELIVERED, tXPRESS PREPAID. $3==Four Full Quarts==$3 I leg to inform the people of Ellis county that since opening my full Measure Liquor House their trade has exceeded my most sanguine expectations. For a limited time only I will deliver by express to your address at Milford. Italy, Palmer, Ferris or Midlothian in a plain, unmarked p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 May 1899

- YOU'VE BEEN In thinking that just because we sell the best Clothing to 3 ' be found in Ellis County that the medium priced Clothes : can't best be bought here. We don't claim to sell Men's S suits for three or four dollars; we can't find clothes at ; ' these prices that there's any value to, but the popular : ' priced suits at $6.50 to $12.50 are on our counters in end= ' less,.variety=--Suits in colors, in gray, in blue, in blacks; ,. ,_. 5 -not a good cloth that can be worked into a suit, with good } labor at a living price that is not represented in this range $6.5Gto $12.50. Of course they wander on up to $15 and X $18.50, if you are willing to pay this much. But the point , we want to emphasize is that medium priced suits contain : . v more real value here than elsewhere. K THE CHEAPEST SHOE A good judge of men's footwear f IN THIS STORE said, after looking at all the is grades from $1.50 to $5, this $3.50 shoe is the cheapest C : are selling many of thei4 shoes; and $3.50 is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 May 1899

"O l 4 * W~f'i*I" **AsnAI-Clga rett11 Ptases X;; ;he e hel.y Paris, Tex.,. May' -.-o on chop .-. / ' _: . .___ 'In the senate . Wednesday the usai UMARK XZZXLL, Proprietor. resolution was adopted providing for -:-,[. f'[ I~RIIm :'--: ' LER R .T :r o :the appointment of three senators tc R-. . T1E. * - remain after the session and complete .,, --- a n o _-a ' the business. I 'LiIt7ue things trouDle us and a ,t On motion of Davidson the senate things console us. v*ln~ console us.refused to concur in the house amendThe individual who snores should' b bments and asked for a free conference "rapped" in slumber. committee on the anti-trust bill. *rped nlmbr I On motion of Terrell the senate con,The up-to-date optician takes in theI curred in the house amendments to *situation at a glance. Lloyd's bill prohibiting the sale of tobacco and cigarettes to persons unParadoxical as it may seem the close der 16 years of age, fellow seldom gets tight. Scurry's joint resolution amending -- wise man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 May 1899

'e ic : Dr. and: Mrs. F. i/:. T^;. Bi. dFest and two children of Detroit, III,/~1 '[ ]ich., Thos. J: Allen of Philadelpha ' ;':;- '.and August Yates of San Antonio, ; .;- , .:.comprised a party of excursionists who ' ',on March_22, Mr. 'ates in charge, left " ' Mobile on the schoner Walter Summer J . :for the purpose of investigating some Honduras properties which had been *~ ..0 C-offered to a northern syndicate. At Ceiban the party transferred to -he sloop yacht Mystic for a cruise to ,s . Port, Burchard, where. the syndicate was to operate, April 6 the Mystic was :'0 shipwrecked in a terrible storm. :..; It was pitch dark and everybody was thrown into the boiling water. The - ~two children were seized by Mr. Yates *. ' and Mr. Allen and they managed to i' :s - swim with them to the beach. Dr. 'Fest succeeded in rescuing his wife. * .' They found themselves on a wild and desolate coast that subsequently proved to be between Bremer's lagoon and the mouth of the Patuca river. It is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 May 1899

!Ye- r;: - ab"i Iis4lid every Saturday:'"and enter.* :'eadat tie postoffice at Ferris, Texas,.as , second-class mail matter. AD VERTISLVG RATES. Locals 5c per liue and display ads * 12 c per inch per insertion. Liberal ailts on ads for large space or longtime. H & T C Time Table. North bound. South bound. No.: 1-5:35 p mn No. 2-10:30, a m " 3-7:26 am j " 4-8:37. p m " 15-10:30 ," "I 16-5:05 (" FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, May 20, 1899.. WAXAHACHIE captured the state firemen's convention for 1900. THE latest news from the Philippines is that Auguinaldo is ready tp.surrender. A BANK and oil mill would work worders in the business advancement of Ferris. THE Christian Endeavor Banner published at Waxahachie by C. A. Jackson and edited by Joe M. Dillon is before, us. The Banner is in a good cause and THE WHEEL wishes it success. DEWEY will sail at once from Manila en route home via the Suez, Canal and New York. It is given out that he will take about four months to make the trip. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 May 1899

;' *~','! ' ' .d'-, O ; 1,"' iil, J UlgUn L . IS . Lt[Wlltig atiachife ,wias ] coirt; at theo county capital. v'wek. Mi :,4M Allie Marshall of Dallas i! the guest. of' her brother, G. H. ;: ;,MArshall and wife. f{^,, 'Grinding every Saturday at l, WiWcker & Cole's gin. ,,, 3 G. E. Cassidy made a business f' 'trip to Dallas Tuesday. , Dr. H. A. Buchanan was in I Dallas Tuesday. ' Mrs. Warden of Palmer visited . relatives here Tuesday. '; *- You cannot accomplish any work -' or business unless you feel well. If you feel "used up", tired out, take Dt Simmons Liver Medicine. Drink 'Iron Drew' and 'Dr. Pepper' at Kelly's. Mr. J. 3MI. Jeffers and family of Lamar county visited the families of W. D. and J. B. Pitts this week. :, gJ. A. GRACEY, M. D. .... X Physician and Electro-Therapeutist. Office in Masonic Tempie,, Waxahachie, Texas. Presiding .Elder Bishopi was here Monday, the guest of Rev. M. E. Hawkins. Mesdames Fars Smith and R. N. Jones of Clemma were shopping in Ferris Tuesda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 May 1899

granted uanet teil'.law,. ana that the :'onrM 'tlofe wA h, extStd attb ol tf A mp * t be .;*.*** ; .s^ - lis application szn on Wo-wii"n theapenstao Len i r.Tht ahereaf pproed btr "the . .wahs originally granted still lexist, which affi LG o vestr* nd O. -prvdb h 'Governor. davit shall be supported by the affidavit i, some other credible person to the same fact,:!' ----- ^ * and 'Which affidavit may be made before' 8eion i, That hereafter there shall i anyone authorized to administer oaths, Section 1. That hereafter there shall be,.iphiflivt hiholelwthhotnpaidan nnua pesio of igh dolarsperwhich affidavit shall be filed with the comppaid an annual pension of'eight dollars per troller, amid upon the filing of month, the same to be paid quarterly, on troller upon the fi of t th ^ r~~v~~f ^ ^V^ W ^'1omptro ler. s hl draw is warrant fr th the first days of October, January, Aprilquarter found to be due. and July of each year, to every scurviving qatrfudt ede nnd July of each year, to eve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 May 1899

I-,i; r-. . . wi l ^^ii E-. .2i. . ; -. . . ^ jtt eas to make AUlS aper rWHEELING WISDOM. - tug- In to *we, love. I - : uesin;t _hose we-love. '' 'i Hard tires make hard riding, h ^!it.= ': Are Ton Using Allen's Foo-Ease? i "There's a wheel in the window foel -^- -::0' It is the only cure for Swollen, thee." - mnarting, Burning, Sweating Feet, We don't mind it if the hill is low- k ': Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's brwed Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into rwe. the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Necessity was the mother of safety tl - ^ Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad- bicycles. ; dress, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. The buy-cycle craze pleases the deal- 01 er in wheels. * How few persons there are who are here a few tricycles, hun- I 'honest enough to say that they cannot Where a few b uy tricycles , hun-e -fford the expense of a summer trip. dreds try bicycles. X_____________ ~ Good roads are at the bottom of the d Hint to Housekeepers. transportation question ., A litt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 May 1899

.; . ALd'IG HTY DOLLAR'! A : . . ..s- ^ -T.HE MANY HAVE TOO FEW O S -i - 'a'a THE FEW T00 MANY. , ", -*' ;: ^ +NWatch your own interest and make the almighlty dol- ),': .: ". . ....t-lar go as far as possible. You carmnot afford to payv < ^;:x' i' . - .....4 ,high prices in these days of panic and hard times, not ' .-^ . .-.... ~ 1)v favor but by merit alone will we increase our rep- < i ; , ^i utation. Big prices will not do in these tinles when ?*, even the wealthy "& : Cannot Afford to Waste Money ::, : ;As our prices change tvith every purchase, we cannot k; ~: ' . oJ^ o afford to give quotations, but it is our aim to quote . t5.. ^ figures that will compel you to buy of us in self de- .< m;* :. -" fense. We deal in good goods and not trash. Among ,', . %~,, &Wour weekly arrivals we shall place before our cus- ' 0 :: .' * tonerss some landslides that are positively Beyond the Whispers of Competition= - Prices that will teach you the difference between the '~ .%;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 May 1899

VOL. 6. NO 37. .FERRIS', ELLIS, COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM ,'- iP JF;s W~-'' w.i~iiw ~wvwtfww, Death of Mrs. A. ,. Or-e.. ~.~ D" VOITX??? anlM ~ lAt her home in Ferris, sur, sounded by her family, relatives ~ and friends, the spirit of Mrs. 1A. L. Orr passed away last MonKU17.~~~~~ u~ ~~ v r SIday night at 12:30 o'clock. '\- 3Her 'death was not unexpected V n th ng. h just. l t jas she had been almost a con..: S In thiking that just because we sell the best Clothing to I stant sufferer and confined to her .. 3~ be found in Ellis County that the medium priced Clothes _ibed most of the time for about : can't best be bought here. We don't claim to sell Men's three months with rheumatism I suits for three or four dollars; we can't find clothes at and its complications. About a these prices that there's any value to, but the popular month ago, however she recoverpriced suits at $6.50 to $12.50 are on our counters in end= ed sufficiently to be up a good less va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 May 1899

,-''.,''EXANETThS. ' ^ ,;^^:;;ltwsOJ. .W. Haden *as pain t't. / l ured in a runaway at Bonhlam. ~ '!..t..~/ . ', Rabbi Sodousky of the San,. i^ ^/,'.".; / orthodox Jewish congregatio: l ,'':~d. ', .. ' .E. T. Tuzle of Files, Hill :t:-'".'W, :eaptured-a white squirrel. It ha .;.'::!~;~.i-;:. , colored d eyes and a bushy tail. ,?'(;&,:: i'.::'', ' 'Two boys had a fight in th :,3'gl,t.% :. ,' 'penitentiary and one cut the F"'''?' }!!J:-': * ''*' One is in for horse theft and th --i.';:. ' *: ' . tor burglary. y? f:!!i.:.'!" ' ' The county commissioners o ?i%!'L,1., 0- :son county have purchased a ' of teams and will work the j- ,,].~' .-, "") .convicts on the roads. :i~^--? ' ': ', . In the Federal court at Par' j'i.." ' ',, : " Cobb was granted leave to w [,, : *i,'" - , , hbis suit against the Houston a .,: , ',;?",, ! . s Central railway without prej : '' Maj. Norris of Gainesville , ,,; *.. ,gs - i an armadillo from southern Te: - ;' ',i '- " animal is quite a curiosity thi ;.:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 May 1899

I a ^,?as4eir oserv ed., :th~ town was (~.:: ,eo:t:edw ,w flags and the church 'leli^ a were Ti'ug at 11 o'clock in the ,:~ /f.. ',?if I'The 'weather cleared at about '1 t-. oS.-'clock and a serenade by the Windsor .^and Eaton Amateur Choral society was I gf.vve' in the grand quadrangle of 7, Windsor castle. The sun then shone bi'i, rilliantly. The serenade was listened '-" to by the queen and the members of ?yi:':; , -the royal family, including the chil!! e . -: 'dren of the duke and duchess of Con, y^'-:;/ naught, Prince and Princess Christian ';< .::'ri 'and Princess Henry of Battenburg. ::t:;k ? .; Sir"' Walter. Parratt, the master of the i~:~;!'~. -queen's music, and private organist to W^^'?" '~4the queen, wearing his official robes, ,conducted the serenade from, the steps ^?"- 4 )of the queen's private entrance to the ,/,:'::', r palace. just below the oak room, where ! the queen was breakfasting. The . Eton college volunteer cadets march0'; :' ed into the castle grounds,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 27 May 1899

~ ~?':: : , H .THE MANY HAVE TOO- FEW -- ~:t-<*'' :'.-> .:'- - ... ': -- ^ T H E FEW TOO MANY. .*: /'. ' ' " ' -. . . . . ' '" .' .. . .. ' ' ' '"t' .~ r ' 2 ,'' Watch your own interest and make the almighty dol- ). ^v^: ^; :larg0 as far as possible. You cannot afford to pay / ::'~-t'.' .; / . high prices in these days of panic and hardtimes,not \ :, ~' ' > * by favor but by merit alone will we increase our rep- A -.-". '* :.'';",~ 'utatipn. Big-pri'ces' will not do in these times when .:' i' ;.* . even-the wealthy - ' :: Cannot-Afford to Waste Money ! '.: ": :: -{ As our prices change with every purchase, it is imp- ~ ssible to give quotations, but it is our aim to. quote f ' " /' * figures that will compel you to buyof us in -self de- + fense. We deal-in good goods and not trash. Among ~ ~'*^ ' ,*, + our weekly arrivals we shall place before our cus- /, ' ~< ~ towers some landslides that-are positively ' 3 Beyond the Whispers of Competition== .. '<tf Prices that wil...

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