The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 35, Saturday, May 13, 1899 Page: 8 of 8
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ti. R ET STORE
g" ?:-X:- ,15" ' _.~ Is now ready for business, having just ,
:ie - i ! ; -opened up the completest stock we have ever bought be- '
?i':':'i, '; ,'fore. In the following lines we have the fullest assort- i
;i"* ^ * * *: ^ ment: *
..:;.- ... Gents Furnlishingo Goods, Underwear, ,
Work Shlirts, Overalls, Junupers and variouss
;' .. y ' ainld sundry notions.
we carry a nice line of staple and fancy groceries, 4
-3ALSO a full assortiiient of Tinware, Glassware, 4
Queensware and Hardware.
I. --<::'; Everyb6dy is invited to call on us in our
new brick building.
rA. J* GEE :
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DELIVERED, tXPRESS PREPAID.
$3==Four Full Quarts==$3
I leg to inform the people of Ellis county that since opening my
full Measure Liquor House their trade has exceeded my most sanguine
expectations. For a limited time only I will deliver by express to
your address at Milford. Italy, Palmer, Ferris or Midlothian in a plain,
unmarked package, when the money accompanies the order, four full
quarts of Jack'Daniel's pure Lincoln county (Tenn.) whisky, or four
full quarts of Kentucky's famous old Crow Sour Mash whisky. Either
of the whiskies are guaranteed strictly pure and for medicinal
purposes has no equal. I desire especially to call your attention to
my. Lincoln county whisky. There is no purer whisky on earth. It
is distilled from 'the pure waters emanating from the mountains of
Tennessee. When you receive it test it anct:It not satisfactory return
it at my expense and your money will be forthwith refunded.
I want the patronage of the people of Ellis county and am confident
that a close investigation will be nothing short of an overwhelming
approval of my goods my measure and my prices.
PHILLIP HAMBURGER, Prop.
Full Measure Jug and Bo3tle House,
Opposite H. ward & Co., waxahachie, Texas.
P. S.-Remit byv postoffice money order, draft or Express money
order. Don't send ih letters loos'.`' If lost there's no way to get
lan. tta f : mieassles. In speaMI j' Iat+l' labi:- 0 al' est
of this irW1alter B Beel, editor of coery' ures .: al kidney and
the slkin (N. C.) Times says: bladder troubles, removegravel, cures
"'Three weeks ago I had an attack diabetes; seminal emissions, weak
o es whc lr:n .wt a bd and lame baeks, rheumatism and all
of measles which'left.me with a bad irregularities of the kidneys and
cough, I took several doses of bladder in both men and woman.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and, Regulates bladder .trouble in childthe
cough has entirely disappeared. ren. If not sold by your druggist,
I consider Chamberlain's medicines will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.
One small bottle is two months' treatthe
best on the market." For sale met, and will cure any case above
by W. A. Baird. mentioned. E. W. Hall.
Sole manufacturer, P. 0. box 218.
Sucide by poison is not more Waco, Texas. Sold by w. A. Baird.
censurable than by refusal to cure READ THIS.
yourself of female troubles with Waxahachie, Texas, Nov. 29, '98.
I was troubled with bladder troubSimonsSquaw
Vine Wine or les for a number of years. I have
T ablets. used Hall's ,Great Discovery with
' *< *--------- wonderful results. Phil, S. Nycum.
Waxahachie, Texas, Dec. 6, 98.
:41iMPORTANT oATEWAYS4 I used Hall's Great Discovery for
?. :;, ,,\ lame back and I found itrelieved me.
,! ^' -.^s^'.\I can recommend it for above corn.
jf~ _ S. W. CHAPrMAN.
Mi-cro-line Eye Salve will cure
P1^R A CI i J the worst form of sore eyes in a few
days. 25c at W. A. Bairds.
For St. Louis, GhQlaao
and the EAST.
Superb New Pullman Vestlbuled
Buffet Sleepers. Handsome
New Chair Cars. (Seats Free.)
Inly Line Running Through
Coach es and Sloepera to New
Orleans Without Choan. ...
rIRECT LINE TO
. S. THORNE,
and oen'l Mgr.,
E. P. TURNER,
and gkt. Ag.,
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A iA Big Week's Sale On
at CHEEEs FlIIROS
Beginning Monday, May 8, 1899.
Will Last for Only One Week.
200 ladies' fine sailors, worth 25c, we put
on sale for one week only, 9c each.
100 fine sailors, were 50c, in'this sale one
week only, our p-rice 25c.
Ladies' fine sailors, worth 75c, at 50c.
150 fine sailors, cheap at $1.50 in this sale
W e place on sale 75 fine sailors, worth $2
and $2.50., this sale your choice for $1.25.
' Big cut sale on Ribbons begins Monday,
May 1st, 1899. '
100 pieces moire ribbon in colors, worth
4c, this sale Ic a'yd. ' No. 5.
Noo. 50 Moriei ribbon, ch6ap at 25c, sale
price L5c, all liglit shades. -
100 yards satin ribbon, No'.' 50, worth 25c.
we pl)t in this sale at 15c.
400 yards ribbon, job, all colors, Nos. 9 td'
50, worth 15c, 25c and 35c, we put in this
sale, for one week only, at 10c a yard. Don't
800 yds. fine ribbon in all numbers and"
shades, iborth from 35c to 50c, we put on
this sale art 25c.
10 boxes fine flowers, worth 15c and 20c a
bunch, sale prin&e lOc a bunch.
5 boxes fine velvet flowers, worth 15c a
bunch, sale Ijr'i'e 'Sc bunch.
10 boxes fine fle we'ws- wortef :c and 35c a
bunch, on sale at 1c 'and 20;Abiunach.
10 boxes fine flowers, all shades, cheap at'
50c bunch, we put on sale at 25c.
Big Losing Sale on Babies' Fine Caps at
24 ba bies' caps, worth 25c, sale price 9c.
18 babies' fine caps, cheap at 50c, puat
this sale at 25c.
4 dozen babies' caps, worth 65c, 75c ar
85c, sale price 50c for one week only.
Fine veiling at 9c yard.
Big values in veiling at 15c, 20c, 25c' an
Fine Hats on Sale.
Fine Leghorn Hats at 25c, 35c,. 50c, 75c,
and $1 and $1.50.
Fine triinmed hats, lace. straw, cheap at
$1, going at 50c.
Fine trimmed hats, lace, straw, cheap at
$1.25, going at 75c.
Fine trimmed hats, lace, straw, cheap at
$1.50, our price $1.
We can sell you nice, fancy, rough straw,
trimmed hats, cheap at $2.50, our price $1.50.
Ladies' fine trimmed hats at $2, Wvorth $3.
Ladies' trimmed hats $2.50 worth $3.50.
Any stvle braid or shape you want.
Onr fine trimmed hats at $3 and' $3.50,
worth $4 and $4.50.
We can sell you a fine hat that -will be
cheap at $6, in this sale our price wilbl be $4,
for one week only.
Ladies, Don't Forget This Big Sale.
Begins Monday, May -8,899.
CM1E VE5 BROTHELS-,
OPPOSITE NEW POSTOFFICE.
THE WHEEL and Dallas SemiWeekly
News one year for only
"Money to patent good ideas
may be secured by our aid, address
The Patent Record, Balti
more, M d'
Eve's Fig Tablets are a nice
pleasant treatment for constipation
and billiousness, they are coated
with icing. 25c at W. A. Bairds.
Idleness is a craven's goal. No
man of worth wants to be free
from work. Without work life
is not worth the living.
ihamiliatihg examinations by
physicians ate avoided by use of
Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or
Tablets, which cure 99 out of every
100 cases of Female Disorders.
Honorable Hoke Smith, of At
lanta, was unanimously elected
president of the Ninth International
Sunday school association
that met in Atlanta recently.
Bearing-down pains indicate derangements
curable quickly by
using Simmons Squaw Vine Wine
Beware of a man that does not
talk, and a dog that does not
Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or
Tablets soften, relax and expand
muscles involved, decreasing and
Every great and commanding
movement in the annals of the
world is the triumph of enthusiasm.
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 equal,
try it and 'be relieved. 25c at W.
A gentleman who called on us
this week said'in all his travels,
which are very extensive, that he
had met all kinds of people, some
so cold by nature that they could
drink boiling water and spit snow
balls, others who are distant and
indifferent, but none so clever as
the good congenial 'Southerners.
who would walk over Hades on a
rotten plank to help a friend;
shed their coat to help a wortfiy
one in distress.; ever 'ready o
greet: stranger with 'a heart;
handshake and a smile. "He said
with all his varied experiences.
with Southern people he had yet
his first time to be treated other
than friendly and kind by them..
He had only met one nman who
thought the southerners were not
the most hospitable people a'ndl
he had just gotten out of jail.I
This is much for a northerner to
say of our country and we are
pleased to believe it is true.Milan,
* *nerou' s A:' r '. :' f. ''., ,',^??::/
In all the years since the ereatio4,1 ofti
the earth never has there been suLei:h:
wonderful discoveries as in the ;past.!;
quarter of a century. The greatest- i
and most important have been inll the ';%
science of medicine. Our readers are
offered a rare chance to try three of ;
the most- wonderful remedies ever dis-: .:'
covered, free of any cost whatever, and:7 :'
we would suggest that you write t::;i; t
once and accept this liberal offer. If'you
suffer from Rheumatism, blood
Poison, Scrofula,Cancerous Sores,)oils,
Humors, General Debility, or loss of '
Appetite, Mi-cro-line will give you '
instant relief. See the report of the
Hillsboro, Tex,, March 15, 1897.
Mi-cro-line Medicine Co., Dallas:
Dear Sirs:-I have used a little aver
one bottle of your Mi-cro-line and I
must say that it has been a greater
benefit to me than any medicine I have
ever used, and I have tried lots of different
kinds. I a-m using it for rheu-,matism.
About the time I bought the'
first bottle I was suffering with la
grippe, and I had not had a good night's
rest for more than a week, but after
taking one dose I had a splendid night's
rest and have been improving, ever
since. I felt well paid for the cost of
the first bottle of Mi-cro-line from the
good results that I got from the ' first
dose. Respectfully, F. GtN-N.
If you have Catarrh, Acute or Chronic
Bronchitis, Catarrhal Deafness, COold in
the head, Catarrhal cough or headache,
Tonsilitis or any disease of the mucous
lining of the nose or throat, Mi-cro-line
Catarrh cure will cure you, regardless
of how long you have suffered. Read
Waxahachie, Tex., March 25' 1895.
Mi-ero-line Medicine Company:,
Dear Sirs-I have used your',Mi-croline
Catarrh cure for catarrh," which
had almost ruined my voice tor singing.
I have been annoyed with it for
three or four years. I have only used
one bottle, and it gave me almost instant
relief, I think it is splendid, and
unhesitatingly recommend it. .,
Yours truly. MRS. T. H. McD0FFIE.
If you have bladder and 'kidney
trouble, gravel, diabitis, seminal 'emission,
weak and lame back, catarrh of
the bladder, incontinence of urine,
dropsy, or any irregularity of the bladder
and kidneys of either sex, or blad2der
troubles in children; ,,ne bottle of
Mi-cro-line bladder and kidney cure
will cure you. Read what it did in the
Dallas, Tex., March 12, 1896.
Mi-cro-line Medicine Company:
Dear Sirs-It is with feelings of
thankful gratitude that I endorse with
the voice of the' many, the excellent
medicine you prepare.' After stiffering
untold agonies for 4ffteen years with
bladder and kidney trouble, a friend
induced me to give Mi-cro-line bladderand
kidney cure an impartial trial, and:--:
today, after using one bottle, I am ens- "'"
joying perfect health. It is my earnest
wish that all suffering from bladder
and kidney troubles will read this and
receive the benefit that I have.
Respectfully,- C. V. CkOSBy.
To let you try these mediciiies, a one
dollar bottle of either of the above
remedies' wiil be sent you free of cost,
This offer is made to let the afflicted
try these wonderful remedies with the
hope that suffering humanity wil:l be
cured and spread the news to their suffering
friends. Cut this out, ,nail to
the Mi-cro-line Medicine Co.,', Dallas.
Texas, give your name and address,andthe
disease you have and they will' send
you full directions and t'he medicine
absolutely free. State that you cut
this offer out of the 1iRitis WHEEL,.
Mr. W. A Baird, our druggist, recommends
these remedies and keeps their
E. P. Montgomery,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Office at W. A. Baird's drug store
All eyes fitted
-"'ith these famous
spectacles at W. A.
Baird's drug store.
glasses are never
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklea's Arnica Salve
cures-them; also old, running and
fever sores, ulcers, boils, felon's,
corns,'warts, cuts, bruises, burns,
scalds, chapped lmhands. chilblains.
Best pile cure :'i'e:rth. Drives out
pains and aches. 'w0ly0Q5c a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by Crum &
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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/m1/8/: accessed July 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ferris Public Library.