The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 33, Saturday, April 29, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL. 6. NO 33. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUMI
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,ThePl 1 Sellers'
I RESPONSI ILITY..J
Counts for a deal when you buy a suit of clothes. Of course
you may get a fairly good suit from most any seller, but
'spose you don't? Then what? Not a particle of risk to
run if.you come here' There's no shoddy to go out, be-=
cause we do not allow it to get in. Spring showing was
never so large and varied. If you want to pay only $7.50
or $8.50 for a suit? The best that money can buy here.
Wander on up to $10.00, $12.50 or $15.00 and you'll find the
same matchless values. In neat light colors, in the darker
shades,"btue serges or grays. Of course tie shoes,. hats
and furnishings are all ready too.
C. A. WEATHERFORD & CO.,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stab le,
IFerris, Texas. LFrGeneral contractors for all kinds of team work.
/; -i^^ /'H. & T. C. Special Rates.
-\~ =April 30 and May 1 will sell
tickets to Austin and return, account
meeting Hood's Brigade
Confederate Veteran's reunion
and grand lodge Sons of Ilerman,
':~'^~~~~~~~~ ^ V J^^fo!; $5.00, limit May 6.
-~"*v~~~~~~ ,,s"V r^. i To Corsicana and return MIy
count unveiling ceremonies woodQ
men of the world.
*;- .- '<r^" '^'"'''l ^- 1To Fort worth and return ac,''r.
E'- O~ ~I- '''/ er f count meeting grain dealers as.*.
' .THE MOST IMPORTANT sociation, fare $2.60 limit May 10.
To Fort worth and return May
member of the house-the baby- To Fort worth and return ay
8 account meeting northwest condeserves
the best of everything. account meet o est conference
and grand lodge colored
If the articles for his Toilet, ference and grand lodge colored
the prepared Foods for his nour- K. of P. fare $2.60 limit Mav 13.
the prepared Foods for his nourishmentand
the Medicines for To New Orleans and return,
...... l ~account Lousiana Industrial Exhis
ailments are obtained here he account Lo Industrial Exwill
fre well.' position and Peace Jubilee, May
Will fare well.i
Our prescription department 6th, 15th and 24th, fare $15.30,
Our prescription department I:
.....is at hisservice, and mother can limit 10 days from date of sale.
i S at hisl~se'rvice, andt mOtHer' can, ~
eyon the purity of the Drugs - To Galveston and return May
,'ely OD l~he purity of the D~rugs~
'1, account meet Ginners Associaused
and the accuracy of the con- ' .o. f e lmi ay
.:. 'ti on, fare $5, limit May 4.
:1 ,T^^ITV "' The Best in the World
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_____________- _ _ ______ W ]e believe Chamberlain's co'gh
--"- Frightful B'nder . ..'- IRemedy is the, best in the world A
Fx~rightfa Bfunder t~
ho rib frew weeks ago we suffered with a
Will often cause a horrible burn, severe cold and a troublesome cough,
scald, cut or bruise. 3ucklen's Ar- and. having read their advertisements
: ~ dU~~t, navin~, read their adlvertisetmeats
nica Salv., the best ih the world, will
in Oulr own and Other papers we pur
kill the pain and promptly heal it. chased a bottle:. see if it 'would
Cures ol4 sores, fever sores, ulcers, effects. It cred us before the
boils, floppy, corns, all sk',n erup- bottle was more than half used-. It
tions. Bs!. pile cure on earthb, ..5c is the est medicine out for bcoughs
%', \.\B , o. Cur': guaranteed. 8:ld by and c6d.s.-The'Hera (>Anderson"
'.'Cram-'n &N,: iy s-villeyd. Sold by '
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Under the new law, trustees
may contract with teachers on or
after the 1st of May, and as children
cannot be transferred from
a district after the teacher has
, been employed, without the teachers
consent, all parents or
guardians desiaing to transfer
their children should do so at
All applications for transfers
will be carefully investigated and
no transfers will be made unless
it appears that the interest of the
child demands it. All applications
must state the grounds on
which the transfer is asked. Respectfully,
J. M. ALDERDICE,
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia. of Barcelona,
Spain. spends his winters at Aiken,
S. C. Weak nerves had caused
severe pains in the back of his head.
On using Electric Bitters, America's
greatest blood and nerve remedy, all
pain soon left him. He says this
grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows it cures
liver and kidney troubles, purifies
the blood, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the nerves, puts, vim,
vigor and new life into every muscle,
nerve and organ ot the body, If
weak tired or ailing you need it.
Every bottle guaranteed, oally 50c.
Sold by Crum & Swinny.
iA Little IROinantce.
Mr. Jeff D. Sho4k and Miss
Zora Shropshire, two well known
young people of this city, appear
to have stolen a march on their
friends herehaving been married
in Kerens on March 26 last, the
marriage license having been secured
in Groesbeck. A few very
close friends of the happy couple
were let into the secret, and they
kept it close until yesterday when
the story leaked out, and the
young people were the recipients
of many congratulations. Mr.
and Mrs. Shook will leave in a
short time tor St. Louis, which is
to be their future home. -Corsicana
Miss Shropshire has many acquaintances
here, she having had
charge of the millinery department
of J. A Carpenter & Bro.
last fall and the early part of this
Pneumonia is one of the most
dangerous and fatal diseases. It always
results from a cold. Chamberlainm's
Cough R'emedy will quickly
cure a cold and perhaps prevent an
attack of pneumonia. It is in fact
made especially for that ailment and
has become famous for its cure over
a large part of the civilized world.
It counteracts any tendency of a cold
toward pneumonia. Can you afford
to neglect youir cold when so reliable
a remedy can be had for a trifle? For
sale by W. A. Baird, druggist.
ZBfOrBU.*;Wo P ihlet H. -U Cume A.,it~~i
e'e iy S .- o, dt h. deigh f..i g L j.. A~lK D A ' 1 C . O. r
ff[irb I5'iepmap, bose of Appetit, D'.otiwl 'rroule~, KervY
o ur d the dfeite fonoowit La 0,~ . As a tonic
g&ua~ d. ' WOP '[k.'lK~Mg le. OO'f[ W0O5NATI, 0.
Your.Ootd'Cured for so.0
Ge. D'o HUe.' : a rw 4C id 'Mse.
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The people of Ferris are clamoring
for a bank, but it will be
impossible for us to give them
one right away. Besides, this is
not the time of year to start a
bank.-Lake City News.
That's good brother. It matters
little what you say just so
you 'psss it on.'
The drugs in Dr Simmons Sarsaparilla
are so concentrated that the
doses are very small, but nevertheless,
it is so scientifically combined
that it is readily retained and assimilated
by the most delicate and
sensitive stomach. Fifty cents and
Mrs. Sadie McFarland of. the
Indian Territoy visited relatives
here this week.
Eve's Female Regulator er fonthly
Treatment for Ladies.
These pills excite the cir'culatory
and vascular system of the uterus
and will restore the monthly flow
when suppressed from any cause.
They have proven a blessing to
thousands of married women who,
worn out in body and mindly
toils, labor and responsibilities,
find in these an easy and sure relief,
providing regularity in the
monthly period and restoring 'he
sexual organs to their normal and
healthy condition. One year's
treatment $3.00. Sold by Baird.
In a sermon on "Social Purity"
Sunday night at Dallas, Rev.
Hatch spoke in strong practical
terms as follows:
"We owe it to our boys to save
them form the condemnation of a
And there should also be the
education of disgust. Teach
them how to look beneath and
see causes and effects, so that an
eminent distaste ad.'disrelish for
jokes, stories and double-meaning
conversation may gird them. We
are awaking to the need of, clean
streets. Let us awake to the
supreme need of exterminating
the scandal-mongers, the whisperers
and the swill-peddlers of society-they
to whom nothing is pure,
no person, no thing; they who
cover the filth of their hearts
with gew-gaws. when they should
use a snake. The man who
would keep a woman down when
she would be true, either by forcing
her by starvation wages or by
unwholesome conditions, to serve
his purpose, deserves the curse of
any decent man. And it should
be so for the woman who will
tattle and snub and be virtuously
solicitous, while she will tolerate
the destroyer of virtue because
he happens to be a man. These
poor victims know what remorse
means, while the self-appointed
judge goes on in ever-hardening
heart to make it more difficult
for such to see Him who loves
the lost, They who. are called
M: W. McKNIGHI ,
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. DWPitts for life Insurance.
0--DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS
Short and Quick Line between
North and South Texas.
Via Ennis and Fort Worth,
Via Heuston and Dallas.
and ST. LOUIS,
Via Houston, Ennis and Paris
Via Hearne and Fort Worth.
he II. & T. C. reaches 'Galveston,
Houston, Brenham, Austin, Waco,
Corsicana, Wakahachie, Ft. Worth,
Dallas, Piano, McKinney, Sherman
and Denison and gives First-class
WS. BEIN, Mt. L. ROBB1NS,
Traffic Mgt; Gen'l P. & T. Agt.
J. F. SEWELL, Agent, Ferris.
MUTZ & tASSIDY...
Ice-& Water Works
Your patronage solicited.
And then, what God has implanted
in the .inner heart speaks
in tomes unmistakable. Marriage
without love is sin, and
when we ministers more solemnly
drive that truth into every home,.
we shall have helped to whiten
the world a little."
THE extra territorial construction
of the anti-trust law relating
to fire insurance companies was
overruled by the circuit court of
Arkansas. The'state will appeal
to the supreme court.
Uused during expectancy, Simmons
Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets
cheer and strengthen mother, shorten
fallen, some of them, might have 'oo auun muIunnmenU oL s ter'
rors, " /'
been saved if they could have rors,
had a motherly or sisterly lieart x pWhiskey Habits
-- e/red at home withto
refuge themselves in their first 6 i Y *ptain Book of ar
....~~~~~~~~~ "tienlars sent FR 1 -
hour of temptation. And exalt I-U.U. WOOLLV
' , :..~~~~~~;~',AiaiG.Ofc,104 North PyorS.
the holiness of marriage. The N P t -
geneis-.oflove. is acuaintanee, B AAK.Ac M ri,,irey
knowledge, aspectt, confidence, ` tfsanT ui6Iecu ebaus.. ',
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Ezzell, Frank. The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 33, Saturday, April 29, 1899, newspaper, April 29, 1899; Ferris, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth46771/m1/1/: accessed September 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ferris Public Library.