The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 42, Saturday, July 1, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY I. 1899.
$1.00 PER ANNUM
:A Hundred or more Suits at
But the real value and the real price was
$12.50, $10, 8.50 and 7.50.
The higher priced suits are the ones where the lines
are broken. No complete lot of sizes in any lot, but in
some of the lots there are all sizes. Every Spring Suit in
lithe whole house at a big cut price now.
Tan shoes are at cut prices.
Straw hats are at cut prices.
Negligee shirts are at cut prices.
Summer Underwear is at cut prices.
- The fact is, there's cut prices all over the house now.
It's your loss if you buy before you come and see.
Waxahachie, Hillsboro and Temple.
Clenliness Is N
ex 1;to-- -
It Is Health.
Not the surface washing of water, 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 every
ill if your bathing only reaches the surface.
LET YOUR SKIN BREATHE.
IJised in any room, guar- A profuse perspiration is the most enjoyanteed
5 yoars, folds fiat
to put away, price $7.50 able way of keeping the skin healthy and_ acand
$12.50 complete. tive. KEEP well, don't wait till you are
sick.r Take a Turkish, Russian, steam or medicated bath in our cabin
et 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.
R. Ezzell, Agent, Ferris, Texas.
Manufactured by Roljinson Thermal Bath Co.. 713-717 Jefferson
street, Toledo, Ohio.
PATRICK SCHOOL HOTUSE.
'We have had a nice shower
this morning which will make
everything look fresh and growHealth
is very good in our community
We are sorTv to note the cleatIn
of Willie Paitrick's bRbv, though
we have all got to answer the
call of the death tngel.
Mrs. Malone and Mrs. Stokes
Everything is quiet here now.
Merchants no longer hear the
cry of the destitute for bread and
The prospects for a good crop
Preparations are being made
for the protracted meeting which
commences Thursday night. The
series will be conducted by J. P.
Mahany and 0. L. Anderson. A
Quite a number of buggies
passed here Sunday. Their contents
seemed to remain at Mr.
Moyer's for quite a while'.
Miss Cora Rives was a. visitor
of the Misses Jordan Sunday.
Dr. Lasater has gone to Ferris
Dr. W. H. Kincaid visited his
home in Clemma last week,
Didn't remain there long, however,
as the center of attraction is
claimed to be near Chapel Hill'
Mr. Lemmons of Mackay was
here Sautrday taking photographs.
Quite a number of young ladies
and gentlemen could be seen parading
our streets Sunday evening
and when I got a glimpse of
their smiling faces, 1 could'nt refrain
from looking at the old woman
as I thought of the good old
times gone by.
INDIAN EVE DROPPER.
But for "Silent Observer" we
would never have known our whereabouts,
seeing we are here however,
we the other "Numbscull" drop min
and occasional can wait.
Crops fine, cotton frufting lhicely.
A- little--At r * u'wuid. uld"' eI, -n
but we are not suffering yet, a splendid
lot of oats baled and in shelter,
some wheat threshed and more for
any get up and get machine that will
Town is very quiet. Mayor Sam
Richardson don't have much trouble
holding it down. Some say they won't
round bale worth a cent and others
say theywill have it or go to Houston
or Galveston for it. They can get
it here with the Eeds Bros. round or
Prof. Rives will begin 3rd July
with a subscription school for the
benefit of those who will be called on
in cotton picking time.
Mrs. Virgie Pace is at Waxahachie
under treatment of Dr. Keplinger
for granular sore eyes and ulcerated
cornea, improving nicely.
Some sickness; none very serious.
Weather just right for goods box
politicians, who are ready to fix the
platforms of all the parties; settle
the Philippine question; set Dreyfus
at liberty; eat a can of sardines or
beg a chew of battle axe.
The prospect for a protracted
meeting or a picnic are about ' as
good as the chances of the pops for
carrying the national election.
A Prehistoric Animal.
tltJ SLctbl,l IO3 iJUiin.1 t~~ Jru.aUIJI kU, 1,1
of Ten Mile were visiting at Mr. I e -
all arrangements made for the Dr. John R. Elston is the posWill
Lovett's list Monday.
T benefit and comfort of all 'who sessor of the tooth of a pre-his
Toni Harrington came iu from
t wt arrigtow caine miu from wish to attend. toric animal, which he secured
theI'west a few days ao. The India school seems to be north of this place. The skeleDick
hnsenlbury has reovedaveRtlsnk
Dick Imscnbiry has moed popular one in Texas. ton was found on Rattlesnake
down from Dalla~s to make this
down from lla'to make tis Seventeen teachers have already and but few of the bones were
country his future home. put in applications, and for fear saved, owing to decayv. The
. Crops are nearly all "laid by" "there are others" who might tusks are 11 feet long, 10 inches
a. people are now ready to at-, wish to apply, a decision will not in diameter andweig 500 pounds
tend picnics and big meetings. be, mIade until Thursday, after each. They are supposed to
RA -"AtIAEI. I which time those who knock will have weighed 1000 pounds each
receive the invitation to depart when the animal was alive. The
Your Cold Cured for 5C. from India for we "know them animal is estimated to have bten
Get tor. NUes' zLaxtive Cold Cure.' not." 28 feet high, measure 7 feet be.
11. & T IC.
THE CELEBRATION OF THE
is often attended by some minor
accident which calls for the
LINIMENTS, SALVES PLASTERS,
They are here,. -amongst a large
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
of which an adequate supply can
be obtained at small cost.
Our line of Toilet Articles,
Perfumery, etc. contains many
things needful for personal decoration
on Independence day.
N. J. DOTY.
DON'T TrUST YOUR PHOTOS TO AGENTS
DEAL DIRECT WITH THE ARTISTS.
We will make to anyone sending us a
photo. a, Life-Size O1lett-,.rayon or
P ael Pdr rat FFreeofdna;i tO'totrioduce
our superior work. Exaet likeness
hiiglity artistic finish and prompt return
of small photo guaranteed. Send us
your photo at once.
ARTIS rS' UNION, 293 laiStret,.
$100,000 TO LOAN!
Loans promptly made on vendor
lien notes and real estate, Low
rates and easy terms.
MALLOY & PITTS,
Postoffice building, Ferris, Texas
See W. D. Pitts for life Insurance.
M. W. McKNIGHT,
Aiid Notary- IPiiblie.
Limited partnership with J. E. Justice
At mayor's office, Ferris, Texas.
H ' is'orth ts lgin old. SEND ;iT ONCE. Cue
f & Dseia,' LOS- of AppORi't, Stomch- racIi Xr
:n t itd.'O i 1TDct? ME'D I. CAL 'CO.. CINcINNAT I. I.
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^9 [I'ahtis..B ,.l. a. rt1 OOE. L'E:' G .
?,XJ btati"a, Ga. oitce, c104 Norti _'yor -
tveen the eyes, weigh ais mnuch a:
500 head of ordinary catrile and
consume two tons of hay at one
feed. The tooth which Dr. Elston
has is the crown of a molar,
weighs' 16 pounds, the face of it
is 10 inches long, 4!~ inches wide
and 7.: inches deep and is on exhibition
at the T. P. Hotel. The
same parties who found this curious
skeleton have another fully
as large which they expect to excavate
as soon as they can secure
the assistance of an expert geologist.
Dr. Elston has a friend in
Denver, who is a noted geologist
and hopes to interest him in this
w o n d e r f ul 1 diseovery.-Big
Springs Daily Venture.
THE examining trial of the
Trans-Cedar lynchers was concluded
at Athens Thursday afternoon
and the prisoners were refused
bail by Justice Arnett.
-e-DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS
Short and Quick Line between
North and South Texas.
S LEEPE R:
Via Ennis and Fort Worth
Via Houston and Dallas.,
and ST. LOUIS,
Via Houston, Enni and Paris
Via Hearne and Fort Worth.
The H. & T. C. reaches Galveston,
Houston, Brenham, Austin, Waco,,
Corsicana, Waxahachie, Ft. Worth,
Dallas, Piano, McKinney, Sherman
and Denison and gives First-class
C. W. BEIN, MI. L. ROBBINS,
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l P. & T. Agt.
J. F. SEWELL, Agent, Ferris.
A Texas Wonder.
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY,
Onesmrall. bottle of Hall',s Creat........-',f,
IDiscevey2- e*fcres'~' 'aH :kidney -:--ff.' *>,- ' . /7l;'.~!:>'f
bladder troubles, remove gr}eT cures
diabetes, seminal emissions, weak
and lame backs, rheumatism and all .
irregularities of the kidneys and
bladder in both men and woman.
Regulates bladder trouble in children.
If not sold by your druggist,
will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.
One small bottle is two months' treatment,
and will cure any case above
mentioned. E, W. HALL,
Sole manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo.,
formerly Waco, Texas,
Waxahachie, Texas, Nov. 29. '98.
I was troubled with bladder troubles
for a number of years. I have
used Hall's Great Discovery with ,
wonderful results. Phil, S. Nycum.
?, axahachie, Texas, Dec. G, 93.
I used Hall's Great Discovery for
lame back and I found it relieved me.
[ can recommend it for above complaint
S. W. CHAPMAN.
AGcENTS WANTED-For '"rhe Lifo
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thei woril's greatest naval hero. By
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and best book; over 5') pt ges, 8.'1(
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Only ht.50. Enorminous dnand.
Big commissions. Outlit frr ..,
Chance of a lifetime. 'Write quick. i'lth(
Dominion Company, 3rd floor Cax, al
Reducted Rates for Summer Trip s.
Commencing June 1st and continuing
to and including September
30, 1899. The Texas and
Pacific raihlvay company will sell
round trip Summer Tourist Tickets
to points in Alabuama, Colora(do,
District of Columbia,Georgi a,
Maryland. Massachusetts, Michigan1,
New York, North Carolina, North
Dakota, Ohio, Ontario, Pennsylvania,
LQuebec, South Caroiina,
Tennesse, Virginia, west. Virginia,
and Wisconsin, at a'considerablo
reduction in rates. See the nearest
Ticket Agent for full information,
or write E. P. Turner, G.
& P. T. A., Dallas, Texas,.
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Ezzell, Frank. The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 42, Saturday, July 1, 1899, newspaper, July 1, 1899; Ferris, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth46762/m1/1/: accessed June 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ferris Public Library.