The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 49, Saturday, August 19, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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Vol. 6, No. 49
FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS,'S TURDAY, AUG. 19, 1899.
$I.oo Per Annum
The Bel! Reunion.
pS~~~~~~ TEIIS S N0 iNo feeling is niore commendable
in a people than a just pride and
I .I -0W ' respect for their aiicestry, alid few
................ -., -_ J families have greater cause to be
proud of those whose blood runs
lT he Hnillsbo ro StOck. through their veins than the Bell
T family. As an evidence that tley
Our buyer is now if New York for onr fall goods. appreciate the fact, in honor of
.their departed fq'y fathers and
Present stock must give way to the new. Hence, the at other kindred thejafil Imet Wedcost
prices will be continued though this week. It is a nesday, August 14 at the old
Bell's chapel ceeletery, to enjoy a
chance that will not come your way again soon. It isE - regular family reunion and show
the best stock of clothing in Ellis County at what they^ ct to the resting place of
whether it is Suits, Odd Pants or Summer Clothing y ^ ^ir family tree has grown and
INeed. You can own them at just what they cost ' i .,ad until it reaches many seelons
of 'Texas. F-om far' and
Drop in at any time and take a look. Always gla ' near, however, the 'gathered in,
~show. * until about one hundred and
twenty-five were there, including
! ^ ~~~~ .M~~~~ .~ A J t6all the relatives of that neighborhood,
besides Joe Bell and wife,
Ma 1tt Brlo sV S 1 r W. E. Bell and wife, of Denton;
' Dr. McCurdy's family, of Lancaster;
T. 'J. Coe, B. W.
r=fv^-'^r~vp- ---ta --- E's^^wsFaris, A. Iaswell, Joe Singlew
; =^ST ^17 ton, K. Faris, W. L. Douglas and
a-f/K^ ~ S .....a '54cr I" families, of Waxaha.hie; W. D.
'W To ald interest and impressivee
vry datl>^i-.y Miss to te occasion, J. AU ncle An-iel
. ... -' a daughter sy touchiSue alk in Claemorye,.of
^ilj ni1?lll~lliil^ ^ J^ tl grand men and wh
f We own and occupy the tallest mercantile building in the world. We have hlloslitable people, wllo elljoy thle
1. >t\ engaged filling cut-of-town orders. . g0()O thiligs () tihis life, they Caine
7 OUR GENERAL. CA.TALOGUE is the book of the people-it quotes with lo added telint eries and pressive..
:WholesalePris :toEverybody,has:over ,ooopages, ' sooo:. /lu ./tio-,nodess to tl e oe casion, "Uncle An60,00oooo
descriptions o. article with price. It c..ost .o print and ail a table nev ns re and ii uadel i
r^3 each copy. WVe want you to have one. SEND FIFTEEN CENTS tahow X3' I 1 quantitv. All en ovcd tlhe re&
8 yoytour goo d ae oy FREE, with a ll c h^rgen prepaid. lost capa('itv, and
':' T(Y Wt/s ? iic!"Gan -as asonStreet O G) he toufh i agn talk it seemedory of
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k 'i.,,( - ,>n-" 52'-C K >Jb'rC>iW
N 'ss'e"Z" " - ga't'i\j<j>f,'f ,<V'd'i"i
-' e - 'Jiz1'
,1. M. IIAR)IINr T. 11'. \ TOLIOV.A'Y
tar'eri i iollowav
Represent the best Laundry and Cleaning and Dye
Works in the southwest. Buy, sell and repair old
liazors. Respectfully solicit the patronage of all.
Sixth Street, Ferris, Texas
The old Second-Hand Dealer, has moved his large and wellassolted
X New and Secund-Hand HOUSEHOLD GOODS
To the East Side of the Public Square. in the house formerly occupied
by Ed Oldham as a hardware store.
IHe carries in stock everything used in the way of housekeeping,
and invites his old friends and patrons to call on him at his new
During the civil war, as well as
in our late war with Spain, dial rhbea
was one of the most troublesome
diseases the army had to
contend with. In many instances
it became chronic, and the old
soldiers still suffer from it. Mr.
David Taylor, of Wind Ridge,
!Greene Co., Pa., is one of these.
i He uses Chamlberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Iiarrhea iRemnedy,
and says he never found anything
that would give him such quick
relief. It is for sale by IV. A.
Eve's Golden Eye Water will cure any form
of sore eyes: it is painlessly soothing. cooling
and healing: is the best eye water on the
market, 25c at W. A. Baird's.
Ripans TaDules: pleasant laxatr '"
Ripans TaDules cure headache.
Ripans Tabules cure indigestion,
Ripans Tabules cure dizziness.
Ripans Tabules: one gives relief.
Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia.
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach.
Ripans Tab rules cure constipation.
Ripans Tabules cure . 'tr1rTes.
Ripans Tabules: gentle cathartic.
Ripans Tabules curo nausea.
Ripans Tabules assist digestion.
Ripans Tabules: at druggists.
Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver.
Ripans Tabules cure flatulence.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
I31 ik V^-i ACHE and RiHBUMATISM relieved
I ACKlby Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters.
o INSURANCE I
I Frank Ezzell
o Ferris, Texas
NETTING THE GRE.
TTb'4^y. batthis benefit
when pure Soap is used.
the kind we sell. A cake
TAR SOAP goes farther a
more good than three
cakes of the ordinary Ba
No matter how skillf
physician, he must be iass
a good druggist, who c
tiously fills the prescript
Double Daily Trains
Short and Quick Line between
North and South Texas.
T SLEEPEIRS X
H Between HOUSTON
R NVia Ennis and Fort Worth
0 and DENISON,
Via Houston and Dallas,
C_ G and ST. LOUIS,
J Via Houston, Ennis and Paris.
1H atand AUSTIN,
Via Hearne and Fort Worth.
The H. & T. C. reaches Galveston,
Houston, Brenham, Austin, Waco,
Corsicana, Waxahachie, Ft. Worth,
Dallas, Plano, McKinney, Sherman
and Denison and gives First-class
. BEIN, ML. L. BOBBINS,
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l P. & T. Agt.
J. F. SEmVELL, Agent, Ferris.
I A THSW-'.
;v# G-// * A Texas Wonder.
H ALr'S GREAT DISCOYERY.
ATEST. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery
cures all kidney andbladder troubles, re- . .,, ' t -:*
. moVes gravel, curies diWbeCtisp'emf' eni-s.' <ielal
only sions .weak and lame bacfis,-rte'slBi ar i-.;: ...;e, a'a t.'"' .i ::
io Sia l on* v "sio s, -we ak n
trouble in children. If not sold by your drug-. . i?. '.,-'
of rrT, gist. will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. . * '::
' ()L -AR- One small bottle is two months' treatment.
and will cure any case above mentioned.
inId does E. W. HAL,. Sole Manufacturer.
St. Louis, Mo., formerly Waco. Texas.
01r four REAl THIS.
Waxahachie, Texas. Nov. 29. 98.
th Soap. I was troubled with bladder troubles for a
number of years. I have used Hall's Great
n ul yovur Discovery with wonderful results.
PHIL S. NYvcu-.I.
listed by Waxahachie. Texas. Dec. 6_ '8.
I used Hall's Great Discovery for lane
back and found it relieved me. I can recomdOl.llien-
mend it for above complaint conscientiously.
- I S. W. CHAPMAN.
such case we can be depended on. AGENTS WANTED-For "The Life
and Achievements of Admiral >,ewey,"
the world's greatest naval hero. By
We offer for next week good MArat Halstead, the life-long friend and
Ducking Coats at.... $1.50 each admirer of the nation's idol. Biggest
and best book; over 500 pages, 8x10
8 oz. Duck for making Cotton inches: nearly 100 pages halftone illusSacks
(full weigght) . 7 l-2c pr ydt. trations. Only $1.50. Enormous de(
- .* 7( pr sl.' mand. Big commissions. Outfit free.
All kinds Coffee. 10 lbs. for $1.00 Chance of a lifetime. Write quick. The
Dominion Company, 3rd floor Caxton
Good Texas Sorglhunm, 25c per gal. D iCinao. . 3rd 1' ato
Good Plow Shoes. . il.00 pr p air _Gents'
Undershirts from 20c. to $1 Rev. Chalmers Kilburne is her('
Ladies' Vests from..... 5c to 75c from Telluacana.
16 bars Laulndry Soap for.... 25c Quite a number fro town have
c c- eans lyve for,. ... 2. oc beern attending the Bluff Springs
1 lb. Baking Powder oly .... meeting, conducted by Rev. M. E.
1 pair Men's Half Hose only. 3c Hawkins aud Rev, Whitten of
5 papers Pins onlyv, ......... , c Midlothian. They report a gran(l
Cotton Scales only. ...m...... .7? meeting and many conversions.
Yours to please,
Yours to pleasBackache, sprains, bruises, cuts,
N.J. DOTY. rheumatism, catarrh, diarrhea,
ceramp colic, all aches and pains
About the Weather. speedily cured with Hunt's Lightnillg
Oil. Failing, money refundCapt.
WV. A. Orr llalded us ed. Sold by W. A. Baird and
Thursday a bulletin from the Crum & Swiilloy,
weather bureau. It has the fol-. John L. Loyd is buildhig a new
'o'The: week just (ioded has becidwelling in the east part of town.
"The week just ended hlas been
excessively hot and dry, with local Daily showers have set in, and
hot winds over north Texas. our weather prophets predict a
There has been almost an entire. rain soon.
absence of rain, except over the Mrs. E. M. Tapley, Edom, Tex.,
extreme northeastern portion of writes: "I was a martyr to sick
the state, where showers occurred headache until I used Dr. M. A.
on the 13th. Simmons' Liver, Medicine, which
"The drouth is becoming serious cured me and many others. I alin
many parts of the state. In ways keep it in the house for
some places no rain of any conse- troubles such as indigestion, sour
quence has fallen for more than stomach, constipation, biliousness
four weeks. I aad sick headache.
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Ezzell, Frank. The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 49, Saturday, August 19, 1899, newspaper, August 19, 1899; Ferris, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth46756/m1/1/: accessed September 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ferris Public Library.