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VOL. 6. NO 35. PERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 13. 1899. $1.00 PER ANNIM
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SHOES YOU WANT. ...
THIS stock of men's shoes is far and away ahead
of any stock Waxahachie ever saw. It's completeness it=
$3.00 to $5.00
The values are the best that skilled shoe builders
can produce. Tans or blacks of all the wantable leathers
H and toe shapes. The widths from B to EE, and there's
no risk of getting shoddy when you buy here.
'9 'New Line of Ties Jbst Arrived.
MiATTHEWS BROSH i
E Tell the-Truth Clothiers :
:' Diarrhine is the only remedy
l ',that will disinfect the bowels, remove
the offensive odor and ,instantly
relieve Cholera Infantum.
Mothers, if your baby is teething
don't fail to use diarrhine. 25c at
W. A. Bairds.
The Houston Post prints a cotton
crop report which indicates
that the acreage in the state is
about equal to the crop last year.
It is a little late on account of
the cold weather.
/ + E H
+ ALfIGHTY DOLIAR! ^
E THE MANY HAVE TOO FEW, -am fw,
_:: :: e..- THE FEW TOO MANY. +
.k, Watch your own interest and make the almighty dol- )
: )\ lar go as far as possible. You cannot afford to pay +
high prices in these days of panic and hard times,not \
<)> by favor but by merit alone will we increase our rep- I'
~/+ utation. Big prices will not do in these times "when v
even the wealthy
^ Cannot Afford to Waste Money!
/~ As our prices change with every purchase, we cannot '
+1 afford to give quotations, but it is our aim to quote
figures that will compel you to buy of us in self de- \
fense. We deal in good goods and not trash. Among M
+$\ 0oar weekly arrivals we shall place before our cusA\
towers some landslides that are positively
+ Beyond the Whispers of Competition==
Prices that will teach you the difference between the t
cash and the, credit system. Hence, we throw out
Yai these hints among the masses who are wasting money E
for the Daltr2y consideration of a little credit. What
is the use of -wasting a dollar when you can save it?
,i**~/ We invite an
' Early and Repeated Inspection.
+ Our Stock Will be Replenished Every Week.
WE ARE OFFERING-25 vds of good yd-wide sheeting
,3 for $1.00. 25 yds of calico for $1. (It wontfade.) A good
^ all-wool suit boys for $2.50. A good 8-day clock, worth $4
- for $2.50. A good straw hat for 5c. A good laundried
+t shirt for 25c. 5 papers of pins for 5c. 3 papers of best +
3 pins for 5c. 5 boxes of carpet tacks for 5c. A nice white
. apron for 15c. The; best bleaching, per yd 7c. A nice
/ folding fan for 1 1-f2c. 100 steel fish hooks for lOc. A +
, good 8-inch file for 5c. A nice hat worth $2 for 90c.
, - Ladies' shoes that will sell for $2 for $1.35. Rescue plaids .
; warranted fast colors, per yard, 5c. 12 yards of nice lace <
+ 1-inch wide for 5c. 40)0 yards of good thread for 5c.
:cKAY BROS., ,
H fi FERRIS, TEXAS. '
or ... . I ,, I I Y r rIIT nTWInm
feel raw ?
If you are
,,Have I the
off these dis
equal to it
hosts of oth
with poor 1
the one stai
for colds, bi
cine of rema
cause it c
50o. and $
SCOTT & BOW
take cold with
tango in the
Does your throat
And do sharp
t through your
a know these are
ials which point
nia, bronchitis, or
n itelf ?
e ailing and have
lately, they are
anger signals. The
r you to decide is,
e vitality to throw
It to try SCOTT'S
I -as a last reere
is no remedy
for fortifying the
revention is easy.
ter diseases which
weak and those
idard remedy for
iroats and lungs,
bronchitis and conIt
is a food mediarkable
se it nourishes the
a medicine, be;orrects
$1.oo, all druggists.
7NE, Chemists, New York
If we were not proud of our
reputation and good name, then
the BUCKSKIN BREECHES
might be less than the best. But
we take a personal interest in the
wear of each pair of breechestake
a pride in having all our
friends say that every claim we
make is honest, eyery stitch 'is
honest, every button on to stay,
every seam perfectly sewed.That's
If Jack's in love, he is no judge
of Jill's beauty.
His Life Was Saved.
Mr J E Litty, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful
deliverance from a frightful
death. In telling of it he says: "I
was taken with typhoid fever, that
run into pneumonia. My lungs became
hardened. I was. so weak I
couldn't even sit up in bed, Nothing
helped, me. I expected to soon die
of consumption, when I heard of Dr
King's, New Discovery. pOne bottle
gave great relief. I continued to use
it, and now am well and strong. I
can't ,ay too much in its praise."
This ,marvellous medicine is the surest
aapd quickest cure in the world
for all throatand lung trouble. Reg:ular
size 50, ,Vents and $1. Trial
bottle fret, a' Crum & Swinny's drug
store.; every bottle. guaranteed
May 10, 939.
Several of our young people attended
the concert at Carroll school
house last Thursday night.
Miss Bessie Kooken of 'erris
visited at Mrs. J. McQueens the
first of the week.
Mr. John Pratt and family spent
Saturday and Sunday last at India
visiting Mrs. Pratt's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Moyers.
Evert Hamm of near Palmer spent
Sunday with Girth Fuqua.
Sunday is Bro. Hawkins' day at
Bluff Springs. It is announced that
there wiill be dinner on the ground.
Tom Snow and little Johnuie
Jones were in Henry yesterday.
Mrs. McQueen was shopping in
Ferris one day last week.
Miss Dona Pannell visited her
sister, Mrs. Mattie Jorda!a, last week.
Tom Andrews of Kocicett was here
on business yesterday.
Charlie Pannell was on the sick
list last week.
Prof. R. E. Snow is at Henry today
P. T. Johnson went to Ennis one
day last week.
"When my, son George was
14, he was stricken with a terrible
nervous affliction. Physicians
nor medicines helped
him. He fost his speech, use of
limbs and could hardly swallow
food. Before he had finished
a bottle of Dr. Miles'
Nervine he could talk and ceat
well, and 5 bottles cured him,
Mrs. Julia O'Connor, Willis. Texas.
is sold by all druggists on guarantee,
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets
All druggists refund the mohey if ft
fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
FtREOur lUwtresd Pamphlet, low to Cue Indrti16,
R Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Stomach Troubles, Ner,
Vus Dise..es, and the decline following La ppe. As a tonip
every pill is worth ite weight in gold. SEND Ahr ONCE. COure
guaranteed. UTOPIA MEDICAL CO., OINCINNATI. 0.
B _j * flf and *hiskey Habits
cured at home withE
UV I- I * 111 out pain Book of par-,
P* V w ticutars sent FREE.
DR. B. M. WOOLLEY CO,
Atlanta, Ga. Office, 104 North Pryor St.
o~ ~ A f\ ACaE and RUHUMATISM relieved
BA d, bny Dr. Miles Nerve Plasters.
Nobody fieed4 hve Neuralgia. Wet Dr. Miles'
Paln Plls from drugglst. "One cent a dse."
M. W. McKNMGIT,
-Next door to Institute dormitory.
Limited partnership with J. E. Justice
$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.
1 .^DOUE DAILY TRAIR N S
h-DOUBLE DAILY 'TRAINS
Short and Quick Line between
North and South Texas.
T S LE E PE RS
Via Ennis and Fort Worth.
Via Houston and Dallas.
and ST. LOUIS,
Via Houston, Ennis and Paris
Via Hearne and Fort Worth.
The tI. & T.' C. reaches Galivoston.
Houston, Brenham, Austin, Waco,
Corsicana, Waxahachie, Ft. Worth,
Dallas, Plano, McKinney, Sherman
and Denison and gives First-class
W. BEIN, M. L. ROBBINS,
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l P. & T. Agt.
J. F. SEWELL, Agent, Ferris.
MUTZ & CAlSSIDY...
& Water Works
Your patronage 'solicited.
We believe Chamberlin's Cough
Remedy is the best in the world. A
few weeks ago we suffered with a
severe cold And a troublesome cough,
and having read their advertisements
in our own and other papers we purchased
a'bottle to see if it would
effect us. It cured us before the
'bottle was more than half used. It
is the best medicine out for coughs
and colds.-The Herald, Andersonville,
Ind, Sold by W. A. Baird.
Temperance and labor are the
two best physicians of men.
I consider it notonly a, pleasure
but a duty I owe to my neighbors, to
tell about the wonderful cure effected
m my case by the timely use of
Chamberlains colic, -cholera and diarrhoea
remedy. I was taken very
badly with flux and procured a bottle
of this remedy. A few doses of, it
effected a permanent cure. I take
pleasure in recommending it to others
suffering from that dreadful dis.
ease.-J W Ly'nch,. Dorr, W. Va.
For sale by W A Baird.
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Ezzell, Frank. The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 35, Saturday, May 13, 1899, newspaper, May 13, 1899; Ferris, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth46769/m1/1/: accessed February 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ferris Public Library.