The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 30[b], Saturday, April 8, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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Merrill Anderson of Eunis, in City Election.
getting into a buggy the other The city election here Tuesday
day accidently discharged his gun to elect a mayor, marshal and
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ana the ball, a No. 44, struck his
leg just below the knee, breaking
Rov. Chambers Kilburn of
'.Tehuacaua and Miss May Groves
-of Mexia were married at the latter
place Thursday nig-ht, the 6th
inst. Rev. Kilburn was raised
near Fertis and is a graduate of
Nashville and New York theological
colleges. He is now pastor
of the Cumberland Presbyterian
church at Tehuacaua and is an
able and promising young minister.
TiE WHtEE. joins his many
friends here in extending congratulations
and best wishes to
himself and bride.
That Throbbing Head.iche
Would quietly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Thousands of sufferers have proved
their matchless meiit for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure
blood and strong nerves and build up
.5yui- health. Easy- to take. Try
'hema. Only 25c. Money back if
not cured. Sold [)y drum & Swinny.
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quickly asoertain our opinion frw whether an
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strictly confldentlaL Handbook on Patens
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patent taken through Munn & Co recelQ
so#P vwlce, without oharge, a the
Ahiandsomely illustrated weekly. 1 esttir.
'mlatlon of any slent4o journaL TerM, a a
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five alde rmen resulted in the r
election of the old board to which
there was no opposition. A ve
light vote was polled as follow
For mayor, I. J. McKay, 57; f(
marshal, R. B. Cunningham, 58
for alderman ward No. 1, C A
Weatherford, 58; ward No. 2, '
G. Cole, 57; ward No. 4, C. 1
Pratt, 55, E. C. Clay, 14; war
No. 4, M. A. Carpenter, 55
floater, W. D. Duff, 58.
The officers of the electio
were: John H. Smith, preside
ing; M. W. McKnight and I. I
Orr, judges; S. R. Ezzell an
Franklin Green, clerks.
Did you ever try to dodge the
rain-drops? Did not succeed
very well, did you? It's just
as useless to try to escape from
the germs of consumption. You
can't do it. They are about us
-on every hand and we are constantly
taking them into our
Then why don't we all have
this disease ? Simply because
these germs cannot gain a foothold
in a strong throat and
lungs. It's when these are
weak that the germs master.
The body must be well supplied
with fat. The danger comes
when the blood is poor and the
body is thin. If your cough does
not yield, and your throat and
lungs feel raw and sore, you
should not delay another day.
of Cod-Liver Oil with HIypophosphites
at once. It will heal the
inflamed membranes and greatly
strengthen them as well. The
digestion becomes stronger, the
appetite better and the weight
increases. The whole body be..comes
well fortified and the
germns of consumption cannot
gain a foothold.
It's this nourishing, sustaining
and strengthening power
of 5COTT'5 EMULSION that
has made it of such value in
.ll wasting and exhausting
5oc. and C.,oo, all drniists.
Free Dessert for our Readers.
To all subscribers paying up to
date and one year ahead as well
as to all new cash subscribers we
will send one year free that popular
illustrated humorous industrial
journal the Texas Sandwich,
the pioneer advocate of home
industry in Texas. It is an ardent
and consistent champion of home
institutions of every kind and
should be in every Texas home.
It is adelight to the young as
well as the old. Samples can be
seea at this office.
Never before in its history have
the people of Ferris and vicinity
seen at home such a complete
and stylish array of millinery as
was shown by three of our enterprising
merchants: this week. In
point of attendance the openings
were not what they would have
THE gold democracy is trying U T
to make capital of the re-election M. Nllil A I ,
of Carter Hlarrison as mayor of Attorney-at-Law,
Chicago, claiming that it gives Next door to Institute drrmitor
Bryan and free silver a blackeye, Limited partnership with J. E. Ji
but his re-election was evidently tico at Waxahachie
due entirely to local issues and
Harrison's popularity, many re- $100,000 TO LOAN!
publicans voting for him rather Loans promptly made on vendor
than for Carter, the republican lien notes. anr] r-ol 9.1.+ T .
T. been but for the rain and bad candidate. rates and easy terms.
. weather, but there was a good . MALLOY & PITTS.
rd turn out of visitors under the The dictionary doesn't give you Postoffice building, Ferris, Tex:
5; circumstances and all agree that any better word to apply to the see W. D. Pitts for life Insurance.
the stocks and styles displayed BUCKSKIN BREECHES than A , h i Par
)n are unsurpassed in the larger "BEST." Best in this case means A publishing house in Plir
recently offered a prize for tei
d- cities. care in cutting, best thread, stay- of the most effective rules fo
w. Wednesday was J. A. Carpen- on buttons and perfect fit. They the o reservation of mental an
d ter & Bro's. opening day and will wear as well as the jeans will bodily health Physici ans, serg
Misses Vandevier and Horn had allow, we use a better grade of ons and s scientists from all o
a scene of beauty and taste to jeans than the other manufacturers theons and took part in the con
show their many -callers. The we use a jeans-that has almost, and over 500 competitors o
elaborate decorations and display wear out to it. You can get your renown submitted their' idca.
of pretty Spring hats presented a money back if you find them any- Dr. Decomnet of Ferteisur -Abe
lovely sight to the visitors. In thing other than best.
the show window, which was a a French author and scientist
feast to the eve, was a mirror face I o n the prize, h is rules being:
up representing-water in the edge 1 General hygiene: Rise early
R of which was a small frog~ which -SsMlotr6rs! go to bed early and in the mean
-afforded much amusement on ac- . time keep yourself occupied.
e count. of:the difficulty in finding frtdiscomd m 2 Respiratory hygiene: Watee
t it. iMany after diligentt sEearclrh ._. -^.Lh -of^ : and bread sustain life, but purt
- turned away in disgust believing be almost en-, -
it a sell. - ' -tirely avoided. able for health.
W. E. Weatherford selected wed- ei s 3 Gstro-intestinal hygiene:
r ne'day. Thursdayyr and Friday as .pectant moth- Frugality and sobriety are th(
his opening days and during this tonetothe gen- best elixir for a long life.
time his store was attractively dee- italnrgans,and 4 Epidermal hygiene: Cleanli
raedruts ..U in ness preserves from rust; th(
, rated with palms and Easter lillies condition to do their work rust; th
; while in the millinery department perfectly. That makes reg- best kept machines last longest.
,p Mn.ancly fr painful, shortens a5 Sleep hygiene: A sufficiency
Mrs. Weatherford and M iss Beggs laborandhasteusrecoveryafter
were showing the latest stv child-birth. It helps a woman of rest repairs and strengthens;
were showing the latest styles in - bear stronghealthy childrm too much weakens and maker
the prettiest of spring and sum- MEL e * t
mr hts. Clothe show windowhygiene: He is well
hero were not overlooked, but con- nPofA c othed kee i bb
tained lovely displays, which
l caughtthe eyes of the visitors, has also brought happiness to ficiently warm, safe-guarding it
thousands of homes barren for from all abrupt change of temI
I. Jolesch & Co's. opening was years. A few doses often brings
on wednesday and Thursday foa y to loving hearts that long t perature, while at the same time
n wn Thursda for or a darling baby. No woman maintaining perfect freedom of
which their store was richly ani should neglect to try it for this peom
,;trcble. It cures nine cases out motion.
elegantly decorated and thier show often. All druggists sele: A h thatine
7 House hygiene: A house that
window was a thing of beauty. of Cardut. $x..ooper bottle. i
Here Miss Allen's display of up-to- . clea ad cheerful ake a
date and stylish hats was second I cases requiring f happy home.
to none and was highly 8conpA- v Moral hygiene: The mind
t en Cbta. reposes and resumes its edge by
rented - by the many visitors. no Tnndg
i---, . . -. _-- means of relaxation and amusel'hig
like the others was an open- sU E, ment, but excess opens the door
ing that would have done credit -to of Jeff s onsa l , ss e
When I first took W ine of Cardul to the passions and these attract
y We had been married thrs year, b6i
could not have any children. Nine the vices.
months later I had a aone girl babyI
Remarkable Cure of Rheumatism. 9 Intellectual hygiene: Gaiety
pomp; Jaconduces to love of life and love
Kennt, Jackson Co. W. Va. of life is half of health; on the
Abont threeyears ago my wife J. W. McClure, China Springs, olher hand, sadnes and oo
ad art attack of rheumatism which Texas, writes: Have used Dr M A- help on old age.
confined her to her bed for over a S'immons Liver Medicine 10 years, 10 Professional hygiene: Is it
a month and rendered her unable to It is an excellent remedy for torpid !your brain that feeds you? Don't
walk a step without assistance, her liver, indigestion, biliousness and allow your arms and your legs to
limbs being swollen to double their other ills. I think it so far superior I become ankylosed. Dig for a
normal size. Mr. 8. Maddox in- Zeilin's and Black Draught. I livelihood, but' do nt omit to
sisted on my using Chamberlain's would not use them free of charge, your intellect and elevate
Pain Balm. I purchased a 50 cent _
bottle and used it according to the Eve's Female Regulator er Month- your thoughts.
directions and the next morning she ly Treatment for Ladies. The Best in the World
walked to breakfast without assist- These pills excite the circulatory We believe Chamberlain's Cough
ance in any manner, and shIe has no and vascular system of the uterus Remedy is the best in the world A
had a similar attack since.-A. B 'and will restore the monthly flow
A when suppressed from any cause. few weeks ago we suffered with a
Parsons. For sale by W. A. Baird, They have proven a blessing to severe cold and a troublesome eough,
druggist. thousands of married women who, and having read their advertisements
worn out in body and mind by in our own and other papers we purWhy
remain sick? If troubled toilg, labor an responsibilities, chase d ottl r papers we pu
with scrofula, scrofulons humor, find in these an easy and sure reboils,
humoti on the face, datairh, lief, providing regularity in the effect us. It cured us before the
etc., we ask that you give Dr Sim- monthly period and restoring 'be bottle was more than half used. It
aa a ti sexual organs to their normal and is the best medicine out for eoughs
mons Saraprillla a trial. Fifty cts healthy condition. One year's and colds.-The Herald, Anderoonand
O5 dO4s, treatment $3.00. Sold by Baird. Tille, lad. Sold by W. A. Baitra
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FERRIS. ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, ISATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1899.
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