The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 45, Saturday, July 22, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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^ VOL. 6. NO 45. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 22. 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM
Sixty days ago we sold our Hillsboro stocks The
purchaser failed to make the payments and we had to take
the stock back. We got a good slice of cash out of it, but
the stock must now be consolidated with our other stores.
Giyes us too many goods. For the next two weeks we
will give the people of Ellis county the buying oppertunity
of a lifetime. We propose to give you pick of any suit in
our house at just what it cost Matthews Bros. Boys'
suits sold without one penny profit to us. Crash suits
and summer coats and vests, pick 'em now at just exactly
their cost to us. Odd pants===what they cost us is what
they'll cost you. Take pick of any 'hat in the house soft
or derby at cost. Straw hats at half price. Every pair
of low cut shoes, every pair of tan shoes, you can purchase
them now at the same price we do. This sale is a neces=
- sity; there's not room in this store for the two stocks. No
:.le' t _hese at cost prices doing the work. Spot cash in,
every instance. This is to be the effort of our lives. This
is to be the chance of your life at money making, for mon=
ey saving is money making. Never have we broken faith
! with our customers; Would not pay us to do so. Drop in
and see for yourself.
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Cleanliness Is Next to---
It Is Health.
Not the surface washing of waters but the
thorough purificatoin of blood and skin with
the hot air and vapor bath.
7,000,000 clogged sewers throw back into
the system the poisons which cause nearly everv
ill if your bathing only reaches the surface.
pr SN K tbWSicN BREA T LES
Used in any room, guar- A profuse perspiration is the most enjoynto
lut away, price ldsa able way of keeping the skin healthy and acand
$12.50 complete. tive. KEEP well, don't wait till you are
sick. Take a Turkish, Russian, steam or medicated bath in our eabinet
for 2 cents a bath at home and enjoy the greatest luxury. Colds,
headache and neuralgia vanish like magic.
Postal card brings our book or call and see it at the residence of S.
I. Ezzell, Agent. Ferris, Texas.
Manufactured by Robinson Thermal Bath Co., 713-717 Jefferson
street, Toledo, Ohio.
The following is the text of the I1OW TO CURE BLOODY FLUX.
r.ewv tobacco and cigarette law NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL.
passed by the legislature: As a druggist I have handled vaSec.
1. That any person who rious remedies for bowel complaints
shall give or barter, or cause to for the past five years, but have
be sold, given or bartered to any i never found anything so beneficial or
person under the age of 16 years, certain to effect a cure as Chamber'or
knowingly sell to any person lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
for deliver to such minor, with- Remedy. It is an absolute specific
out the written consent of the for bloody flux, diarrhoea and sumparents
or guardian, any cigarette mer complaints in general. I have
or tobrcco in any of its forms. never known it to fail. JoaN X.
shail be fined not less than $1, TAYLOR, Druggist, Cromwell, Kenfopr
more than $100. tucky. For sale by W. A, Baird.
The Man Who Succeeds.
Success in business is not to be
reached nowadays in :$he easy-going
method that obtai-ned a generation
or two ago. :Times have
changed with them. ;Push is the
only thing that wilt carry a man
ahead, and it is /the liveliest
pVsher that gets there first. As
a general rule, the chronic pusher
is a chronic advertiser. Printer's
ink is the lubricating oil of his
business wheels, and he never allows
them to. lag or creak for
want of it. Hard times and poor
business are incentives to increasing
his advertising, rather than
any argument for himt cutting it
down. It will pay the semi occasional
advertisers to ponder over
the pusher's success.-' Printer's
: is a food medicine for the V
Baby that is thin aq .int i
i mEother whose milk does ,v
i not-' noursh; the baby. -
H It is equally good for the v
H by or g5rl Who is thin and
- ':,ai and not well nourished '
" l' their food; also for the
' ae.&mi:c or consumptives
' d'Iult that is losing flesh V
and strength. I
R f at, for all conditions V
I : ,,vastn:, it is the food
: ' n m: s:e that will nourish I
and :.V:ud up the body and i
:';, ..v . w life and energy
: - v/?,:: all other means fail.
'} . :'.:,,e taken In summer s A
, rli as winter.
. , 5c. and $ .oo, all druggists.
* ' ':-iOT BOWVNE, Chemnists, New York.
' ^ , ,NY,,'trF-'s, g, ^^^^B^4 9
I-I. &- T. C. Pates.
July 23 and 24 to College and
return account meeting Texas
Farmers Congress. Fare $4.55,
limit July 30.
July 31st and for No. 3 of Aug1st
to Sherman and return account
meeting Grand Lodge colored
odd fellows. Fare $3.30
limited Aug. 6th.
August 7 to Galveston and return
account Grand Council of
Texas Improved order of Red
Men. Fare $5.00, limit Aug. 11.
Mi-cro-line Healing Cream is an
antiseptic soothing' and healing
salve, an elegant dressing for sores,
burns, boils, chilblains and all
other purposes for which a salve is
used. For piles it has no oqual,
try it and be relieved. 25c at W.
Bright's disease is no respecter of
persons: it attacks men and women,
the strong and robust. the rich and
poorly, the active body and brain workers,
the fathers of families, the bread
winners in every sphere of life, seeming
to choose for its victims those only
who can least be spared. Smith's Sure
Kidney Cure is the only guaranteed
remedy for Bright's disease.
Your money back if it fails to cure
Price 50 cents for sale by Malloy & Co .
ON A FIRM BASIS.
Reasons enough here why you
should wear stylish 0
and no reason why you shouldn't. U
Every pair of Shoes we offer--
M:en's Woman's and Children's, G
are made on -the. newest shaped
lasts. And every shoe is made by
expert workmen from fine Calf and TI
Kid and finished in the best manner.
And to make possession easy
we sell at these low figures:
Misses and childrcns sandles'
reduced from $1.2.5 to $1.00. $1.00 c
to 90c, 80c to 70c. Ladies oxfords i
.H, & T. C,
fo~--DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS
Short and Quick Line between
North and South Texas.
T S LEE PE RS
Via Ennis and Fort Worth
*ia Houston and Dallas.
and ST. LOUIS,
Via Houston, Ennis and Paris
Via l earne and Fort Worth.
ie H. & T. C. reaches Galveston,
Houston, Brenham, Austin, Waco,,
Corsicana, Waxahachie, Ft. Worth,
Dallas, Plano, McKinney, Sherman
and Denison and gives First-class
W. .;EIN, Ar. L. RIOBBINS,
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l P & T. Agt.
from $1.2.5 to $1.00, $1.50 to $1.25,' . HOUSTON, TEXAs.
$1.75 ;;to $1.50, $2.00 to i .75 J. F. SEWELL, Agent, Ferris.
.Ladies Fine Shoes from 1.73 to.-.. . .....G :
iys6-i. '2OqT:A7L,$ o' S-'-GREAT,.JS'0ERY, .
$3.00 to $2.75. Men's Plow Shoes One small bottle of Hall's Creat
1.00 worth 1.35 elsewhere. Men's Discovery cures all kidnev and
Dress shoes and Kangaroo calf 1.35 bladder troubles, remove gravel, cures
to 1.50. iMen's Vici Kid from diabetes, seminal emissfons, weak
2.75 to 3,0. Boys Fine Shoes r I and lame backs, rheumatism and all
2.rregularities of the kidneys and
from 1.25 to 1.75. Boys' Plow bladder in both men and woman.
Shoes 90c to 1.10. Regulates bladder trouble in childThe
low cut prices on oxfords ren. If not sold by your druggist,
and sandles for next week only. will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.
. One small bottle is two months' treatCall
before it is too late. ment. and will cure any case above
The above can't be bought else- mentioned. E, W. HALL,
where for the money. Sole manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo.,
Yours to please, formerly Waco, Texas,
^.~ J~ BREAD THIS.
N. J. DOTY. Waxahachie, Texas, Nov. 29, '98.
I was troubled with bladder troubOUNiD
A CLR- E FOR CIRONIC I)IAR- les for number of years. I have
used Hall's Great Discovery with
RIIOEA AFTER IHAV INCG SPENT A wonderful results. Phil, S. Nycum.
GOOD FARMI DOCTORING. !Waxahachie, Texas, Dec. 6, 98.
Mr. A. N. Noell, of Asherville, I used Hall's Great Discovery for
Kan., sayrs he spent a good farm lame back and I found it'relieved me.
I can recommend it for above corn.
doctoring himself for chronic <i- plaitconsicientiously.
arrhoea but got no relief and was S. W. CHAPMAN.
afraid he must die. He chanced to ---..... .
I AGENTS WANTED-For "The Life
get hold of a bottle of Chamber- i and Achievements of .Admiral .ewevy,"
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea the world's greatest naval hero. By
5,,Murat Ilalstead, tmhe life-long friend and
'*Remedy and was much surprised admirer of the nation's idol. Biggest
at the relief which it gave him. and best book; over 500 pages, 8x1!)
.-. ** 1. inches; nearly 100 pages halftone illusHe
continued its ruse for a short trations. Only 1..5o. Enormous detime
and was permanently cured. maud. Big commissions. Outtit free.
Chance of a lifetime. Write quick. The
For sale by W. A. Baird. Dominion Company, 3rd floor Caxton
No Right to Ugliness.
, . , . Reducted Rates for Summer Trips.
The woman whlo is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have Commencing June 1st and confriends,
but one who would be at- tinuing to and including Septemtractive
must keep ,her health. If ber 30, 1899. The Texas andl
she is weak, sickly and all run down, Pacific railway company will sell
she will be nervous and irritable. If round trip Summer Tourist Tickshe
has constipation or kidney tIou-i ets to points in Alabama, Colorable,
her impure blood will cause do, District of Columbia,Georgia,
pimples, blotches, skin eruptions Maryland. Massachusetts, Michand
a wretched complexion. Elec- igan, Minnesota, Mississippi,
tric Bitters is the best medicine in New York, North Carolina, North
the world to regulate stomach, liver Dakota, Ohio, Ontario, Pennsyland
kidneys and to purify the blood. vania, LQuebec, South Caroilna,
It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, Tennesse, Virginia, west.Virginia,
smooth velvety skin, rich complex- and Wisconsin, at considerable
ion. It will make a good looking, reduction in rates. See the nearcharming
woman of a run-down in- est Ticket Agent for full informvalid.
Only 50 cents at Crum & ation, or write E. P. Turner, Go.
Swinny's Drug Store. & P. T. A., Dallas, Texas.
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