The Ferris Wheel, Volume 5, Number 20, Saturday, January 22, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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Rev. J. P. Roddy, age about 74 Equal to the Situation.
SA years, died at the home W e of his -- f W ll
cXcw% esons, on W. T. Lay pr's farm A story is told of a colored preachi:
S ; L^Ow llC^^ U l Jl ^c S Thursday, Jan. 13th, ;,at 10 a. er who was holding a meeting in a
. His remains were' to rest at large tobacco barn in a rural district
HI- - Is but a faction. Highness of quality Lancaster cemetery at l(o'clock to- in Kentucky. An empty tobacco
day. He was a Bapti~t preacher, hogshead was impressed into service
or general rightness of goods for the his ministry dating back o 1864, and as an elevation upon which to stand
:E ; ,"intended uses is of first importance was from Tennessee to texas. He while delivering his discourse. To W atch
leaves six children, three sons and Warming up with his subject he
whom live in that community; arms into the air above his head and
hedaher aOver d200 pair. at a very is
i^~::: :- ShS's M < <2 nP Over 200 pai^ at a very ':. elevating one foot, he exclaimed: :
I' " IT&^Ie s oes. special cut price. 60 Pointe.d Paragrajphs. '-De righteous shall rise and de wick'pair
in the lot of best imported and patent calf in plain, ed fall!" At the word "fall" he
pointed and Yale toes. $6.50 and $6.00 shoes $3.35; False, eyes should be made of brought his foot down vehemently - = jJd
$5.00 shoes $2.95; $4.00 and $3.50 shoes $2.25; $3.00 shoes looking glass. upon the head of the hogshead, and
$1.95; $2.50 shoes $1.50. The tailor is engaged in a fiitting like a flash it gave way and he dropoccupation.
ped out of sight, being short in stat- This W eek
I ~ en'O n ri O rsatss Best to invest The more we think of some peo- ue. Amid the precipitated uproar
1 en's vJvercoats. in one now. pie the less we think of-them. lihe reached up and grasped the W e Offer
]The highest qualities of dark blues, blacks and browns, A man seldom' gets so full of chime of the barrel and drew himself
..' - one=fourth and more off. emotion that he has no room for into view, shouting, "Bless God, Som e .
f; : 5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * ~ "~ i.iiiii.. nn. i p^ dinner. dey shall rise again!"
*J rpw Lraette ira a oian has se to tell ahis
. The prices we are mak= lNo man has the courage toFayette ardin has sold his c l
e*'n? IC A s A-u its. A (L ing are making the suits woman the things that her mirror S p -
move out, and for that reason the price was made. 12.50 dosmith shop and res.n idnc e now A
gets 16.50 and 15.00 suits; 9.75 gets 12.50 suits; 7.50 for The rdnt loverA A.at ea sta tog Jon sde ng tNS
Th e r l stand, to John Snyder, taking the
10.00 suits. All in colors and many of the blacks. when his best girlthrows him over
______________________All_____________hen__hy bos gil tro*s m o lot on which the latter's store
......... ' '" [now' stands and the balance in
fe;~~~~~~~~~~~ W athena nan tear.ir5?M Mr0.he a
.:: .......:.-...h., . : at s:"th Mr Hardin is mqing his
Wr'ae have to guess wht the church and Mr. Snyder will either Don't want
erect a brick or move his store T'
ture and the merchant who never T ov e Them
merhan who nevr on the Hardin lot as soon as the m' '
1~ell-the- ~r~u~th Cl~o~thier~~s~~. ^ averse anstore. latter vacates.
_~~~~i~~~~~~~~p*~~~~~~~ as^F^^^^W~~~ -- Call for Prices.
India. Prof. Gus Reed of the Cross Rood
school, in company with his two sis- S ny de
IDIA, Tex. JRan. 19-98--Our farm- t ers, Misses Nettie and Sallie, were The Cheapest Cash Store
ers a~.re all gette-ing along finely ow- the guess of their cousins Misses as S
ing to so much fine weather this win- Mary aqn Ellaah Priddy list Satprday
ter for preparing their land for anoth- nigal!t.
e. crop. Mvost of them are nearly A. 'P, Simpkins is unearthing .
-rendv now to begin planting and are quite number of human bones on
waiting for the time of year to come. his farm near alut Springs. R R CHITAB lV
Irs. Aaron D. Bryant has return- They are thought to be Indian bones _ -_-PACTICE LIMITED TO -
"> ced from her old home, but is looking I d the place is thought to be an The
somewhat wearied over the trip after Indian burying ground. EYE, EAR,
being sick there for sometime. SIMEON. " n -y
Tom Moyers and wife are happy Lancaster ItemsTHROAT
since the arrival of a fine girl at their From The erald. and
house on the 12th. NOSE.
Dr. Eastham says its a girl at H, The Lancaster Auxiliary Tenness"
0 ' , . , A A &^fijB.JB1i^ zz^S.^e^^^s~s~et North Texas Bank Building. Room,
H. Witherspoon's too, born on the see-Texan's Association elected the 203 & 204, 2nd Floor,
13th. following officers Wednesday for the DALLAS, TXS.
Since our town has got quiet and ensuing year: N. B. Johnson, pres- Succ ess or to
there is nothing drank but water and ident; Karl L. White, vice-president; G O N W PEsor to
a set of loafers and dominoe players Dr. A. W. Cares, secretary, and
is all we see, we are extremely scarce Drs. W. Fisk and B. F. Lyon dele- At a Vei^ ILowPree.
of news, but this kind of affairs can't gates to the state association which 1 . A . nUChlaIn.an The Semi-Weekly News (Galveston
last always, for after awhile our peo- meets at Dallas this fall. or Dallas) is published Tuesdays and
pie will be so buisy they will have to Eugene Lee, who is charged with Fridays. Each issue consists of eight
pages. There are special departments
buy their goods altogether at night. the murder of his wife at Ennis last for the farmers, the ladies and the boys,
. Jim Bronson 'and S. E. Tubb got Monday mornig, was brought to Lan- jaV p eX ewI1j J 1i p lA e and girls besides a world of general
news matter, illustrated articles, etc.
back Saturday night from Roxton, caster yesterday morning by Oscar We offer
Lamnai county, where they have been Sims, and here took the Katy train A <s tle The Semi-Weekly News and
picking cotton. They say the fleecy for Dallas, where Lee was carried for THE FERRIS WHEEL
staple is not all gone up there yet. safe keeping on account of the ex- months for the lw bbing price
for 12 months forthe low clubbing price
W.L. Norton of FPtrris, was seen citement and lynch talk at Waxa- Orient, of artford, ContU , of $1.75 cash. This gives you threeo
to pass through India last Sunday hachie. They left Waxahachie about a wcek or 5l papers a year, for o
a ridiculously low price. Hand in your
): eve. He was not in the buggy alone 3 o'clock that morning in a buggy, subcription at once.
either. Think they went to Carroll which broke down after they had travto
hear Rev. M. E. Hawkins preach. eled about three miles, forcing them
Frank McKay and wife visited rel- to walk to this place, arriving here a Ripans Tabules: at druggists. -
atives in Ferris last Sunday. few minutes before 8 o'clock. Sc ottish, U(ul o & N at8 TnS 1 1 Ripans Tabales cure constipation.
Ourschool is fine of late as 1he A meeting of the citizens of Lan`'
6\, roll shows nearly 100 and all are in caster was held at the Odd Fellows Ripans Tabules: one gives relief.
earnest. This is a good sign of good HBall Wednesday night -for the pur- d h irst cl ss Ripans Tabufes cure indigestion.
J teachers. May Profs. Myers and pose of devising ways and means to
Lee ever prosper, as they are both secure the location of Prof. IRandolph T
desirving young men and just mak- Clark's school here, which is to be C nnsm
MI:ng a s-tart^. . moved from Thorp Springs, Texas. Rt Apans, Tabulo dureterpi4w ler
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