The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 35, Saturday, May 13, 1899 Page: 5 of 8
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Mrs. A. L. Orr is quite,,,sick
F. M. Saxon and H. -LtPriehard
were doing Dallas Tqusday.
Newt George of the Wilmer Next week is commencement
community was in Ferris Monday. week at the Ferris Institute.
Go to Smith's for all kinds of Mexican June corn at Kel1's
staple and fancy groceries. Produces 35 bushels per acre.
k;> iMrs. E. J. Turner visited in
Waxahachie the first of the week.
: . . Mrs. M. C. Ezzell visited rela!-
. tives in Waxahachie this week.
Mrs. T. G. Cole visited relatives
at Waxahachie this week.
The best green coffee and new
molasses at Smith's.
You cannot accomplish any work
-;:I: -or business unless you feel well. If
!I:::: you feel "used up", tired out, take
.: . .Dr Simmons Liver Medicine.
R. E. Snow went to Hutchins
Mrs. Leta McKay and Walter
McKay were in Dallas Saturday.
Walter Cox was in Dallas Saturday.
Col. McKnight was counseling
in the courts of Dallas Saturday.
Grinding every Saturday
Wicker & Cole's gin.
J. A. GRACEY, M. D.
Physician and Electro-Therapeutist.
Office in Masonic Temple,
J. M. Batchler was in Ennis
Miss Idella, Fuqua of Henry
was in Ferris Monday morning.
Miss Mary Stout of Wilmer was
shopping in Ferris Monday.
Rich, red and pure blood can be
had by using Dr Simmons Sarsaparilla.
Only 50 cents per bottle
and 50 full doses for an adult.
T. G., Cole, J. A. Wicker, L.
P. Ilepir and S. A. Malloy went
'up to Dallas Thursday.
Miss HesterErvin of Exeter,
Mo.;, is the guest of Mrs. J. T.
J. B. Kelly .nd son, Ellis, of
west of Palmer, were trading
with Ferris merchants Monday.
.: Health, strength and nerve force
follow the use of Dr M A Simmons
Liver Medicine, which insures good
digestion and assimilation.
iW. E. Weatherford and W. E.
'\ Kelly transacted business in Dallas
W. W. Batchler, J. C. Malloy,
J. M. Hardin,`H. B. Lloyd and
W., D. Pitts were in the metropo-
If "lout of sorts," cross and peevish,
take Dr M A Simmons Liver
; l Medicine. Cheerfulness well return
and life acquires a new zest.
-" * lMr. Henry Weatherford and
family, formerly citizens of this
community, but now of Crisp,
visited the family of Mr. M. B.
Bryaunt Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Nath Norman returned
Sunday from a visit to her parents
at Bowie. She was accompanied
home by her sister, Miss
Impure blood is responsible directly
and indirectly for many other
diseases. Purify the blood at once
with Dr Simmons Sarsaparilla.
Fifty cents and 50 doses.
Rev. A. D. Rice came in from
Louisville, Ky. Saturday where
he recently finished a course in
'- theology. Mr. Rice has been
eected by the missionary committee
of hi church a missionary
to China, the acceptance of which
we understand he still has under
consideration. lie will be at
home some two or three weeks.
Mrs. Geo. Smith of Clemma
was the guest Tuesday of Mrs. J.
Pimples, boils and other humors
appear when the blood gets impure.
The best remedy is Dr. MI A Simmons
Dr. Tims and family visited
the doctor's parents at Mansfield
Quench your thirst
Knight's soda fount.
the 11th of February.
Mi. and Mrs. John Snyder went
to Wills Point Wednesday to
visit Mrs. Snyder's parents.
C. E. Pratt, J. V. Mutz and
G. H. Marshall were in the county
Eve's Golden Eye Water will
cure auy form of sore eyes, it is
painless, soothing, cooling and
healing; is the best eye water on
the market. 25c at W. A. Bairds.
One of our leading merchants
was heard to say Saturday that
cash trade with his firm this
spring had been the best for
Dr. L. Keplinger.
,Practice limited to diseases of
the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office in Masonic Temple, Waxahachie,
Prof. Gus Reed's school closed
Thursday night of last week at
Carroll school house with an interesting
entertainment. A large
crqwd was in attendance.
Fight the devil with fire and use
Eve's Hot Oil for burns, cuts,
springs, bruises, headache, colic.
cholera-morbus, croup or any pain
from any cause internal or external.
25 and 50c at BaiLds.
THE WHEEL is requested to say
that Dr. S. J. Anderson will
'preach the dedication sermon of
the new Baptist church at Bristol
next Sunday, the 14th, at 11
Hunt's Lightning Oil
Cures catarrh, neuralgia, sprains,
cramp colic, diarrhoea, cuts, headache,
rheumatism. Good for man
and beast. Failing, money refunded.
Miss Maggie Moore of Hutchins
has been the guest the past
week of her aunt, Mrs. T. J.
Mr A Curry (aged 31), Pike,
Texas, writes: Since my first recollection,
father had no doctor in
his family except Dr M A Simmons
Liver Medicine, which cured our
indispositions from disordered liver.
I think it at least 50 per cent
stronger than' the Black Draught I
You are cordially invited to
worship at the Cumberland Presbyterian
church next Sabbath
morning and evening. In the
morning we aim to have a communion
service. We hope our
own people will feel it to be their
special duty to be present.
W. T. GILLIAM.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic
culiarly adapted to persons
feebled health and invalids.
sists digestion and is a.
strengthener and appetizer.
faction or money refunded.
in both tasteless and' bitter
Your Cold Cured for 5c.
Iet Mr. NaleE' ,Ote tw4 Cure.
ment,.week, (next weqi,)Z ua9 the
Ferris Institute is as fol0ovws:
Tuesday. from 8:30 to i12 min.,
Oral examinations and drills.
From 2:30 to 4 p. m., Demosthenic
and Junijr entertainment.
From 8:30 to 10 p. m., the annul
entertainment of Music class.
Wednesday from 8:30 to 12 mi.,
Drills and class work.
2:30to4 p. m., Annul entertainment
of the, College Society.
8:30 to 10:30 p. m., Senior
Thursday, 9:30 to 10:30 a. in.,
From 8:30 to 10:30 p. im., Annual
Entertainment of the Argo
Mr. H. L. Kooken and Miss
Annie Laura Johns were married
last Sunday evening at 5 o'clock
at the residence of the groom's
father, Mr. C. F. Kooken, Rev.
M. E. Hawkins officiating. Mr.
R. E. Couch and Miss Bessie
Kooken were the waiters. A
nice supper was served by the
groom's parents in honor of the
MIr. C. J. Breedlove and Miss
Minnie Batte of Clemma drove
to the residence of Elder Geo.
Douglas Sunday afternoon and
were united in marriage seated in
their buggy. After the ceremony
the hospitable preacher and wife
passed around the cake and lemonade.
To both couples T H E
WHEEL extends then hand of congratulation.
Mrs. I.ilmnan, who hat been at
the point of death, is improving.
Bert Wicker is convalescing
from a severe spell of sickness.
Malloy & Company have opened
their new drug store. Their
stock is new, their store is elegant
and both would do credit to
a city. See their ad.
Dr Simmons Sarsaparilla effectually
aids weak, impaired and delapidated
organs of both sexes. Its
:action is quick and lasting. Fifty
cents and 50 doses.
Only One Night
on the road to the Baptist General
Convention at Louisville,
Ky., if you go over the Texas
and Pacific railway.
On account of sickness and
death of a relative Miss Mattie
Holloway, of Ferris, retires from
the organ contest and Miss Ada
Clay, daughter of E. C. Clay, of
Ferris, enters the race. Miss
Holloway asks that her friends
vote for Miss Clay.-Lancaster
Cures all skin diseases in all its
various forms. No internal treatment
necessary. Failing, money
returned to purchaser.
Rufus Stovall, one of Ferris'
soldier boys, arrived home Wednesday.
Rufus saw service in
Cuba as a member of the second
immune regiment, which was
mustered out in Cuba on the 10th
of April and sailed for home via
New York. Ruifus has grown to
be quite a man..
The ancients believed that rheumatism
was the work of a demon within
a man. Any one who has had an
attack of sciatic or infliamatory rheumatism
will agree that the infliction
is demoniac enough to warrant the
belief. It has never been claimed
that Chamberlains Pain Balm would
cast out demons, but it will cure
rheumatism, and hundreds bear testimony
to the truth of this statement,
One application relieves the
pain, and this quick relief which it
affords is alone worth many times its
cost. For sale by W. A. Baird.
! hid we expect to cater tb the ce
still we do not propose to lose sight of the
Cash trade is what we wish and hope to
cash trade gives us no worry, while the credit
us guard the door ever so close===is followed by
appointments. When in need of
Dry Goods, Groceries
we want a liberal Share'of your trade. Remember that for
CASH we allow no one to undersell us. Make our store
headquarters and we will accomodate you the best we can.
-<5Z--Trade with us and we will sell you a dress
pattern of 10 yards of the best Calico for only 25 cents.
One pattern to each customer.
J. A. CARPENTER & BRO.
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? /ew Cul/iva/ors
I When in town call and see our
new line of cultivators.
Get one of those NEW Gentlemen's Open Top Driving Bug=
gies, with Whip Cord Seat, Brewster Green bed and RED
a.,B.., Also line of Top Buggies in same colors,
with Black and Tan harness to match. These are the
Celebrated Parlin, Orendorff Co's.-make. X
_ :< a Just received a car loa4,of BAINwagons.
AGENTS for the BONNIE BINDERS ,
Our shipment of Binderj.Twines has arrived===In fact you
can get anything you wny want in the Implement line at
We are here to do Business and
our Prices will astonish you.
W. W. BATCHLER.
A. WEATHERFORD & CO.,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable,
Ferris, Texas. WGeneral contractors for all kinds of team work,
tu? 2 Wdlat/kz 9P4ussc Co.,
265-267 Main Street, DALLAS, TEXAS.
Pianos and Organs.
 Steinway & Sons, J. & C. Fisher Farrand & Votey
and Newby & Evans Pianos. Organs.
State dealers for the Wondetful VOCALION ORGANS. Ouitars,
Banjos, and all kinds of Musical Instruments. Write for
our Prices and Terms.
SpecialiPrices and Terms to Churches,
I .E.Cox wa's in. Dallas Wedmt~esday.*y
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Mrs. Clay and daughter, Ada,
- Were in Lancaster Wednesday.
Speaking oi "The Latest,"
cery line at You will find the latest in the Gro=
cery line at
11 W. vN. McKnight's.
He keeps, a full supply of the newest, freshest and
best Groceries on the market. It is our purpose to make
our goods and prices satisfy our customers. This is to our
interest as well as yours, as it holds old customers and
makes new ones. Come and see when you need anything
in the grocery line.
. ..B . MJeKn igl t, Mr.
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