The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 23, Saturday, February 18, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL. 6. NO 23.
FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXASATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1899.
$1 00 PER ANNUM
NEW SIIRT&. I
THE MIDWINtER 1MANHATTANS came in last week.
They are the very latest in colors and combinations of
colors-==$1.50 each. Wilson Bros'. in negligees, with or
without colars, 35 dozen just in, $1.00 each. . ^
IN THE MEANTIME the effort to clear upK every suit J
that will have to be carried over; every heavy stoe, all >
winter underwear, has never been equalled. Prices rep:resent
in many instances only a small proportion of the >
cost- 'Twill pay you to come this week.
'IV'-ie-...e. Lovel. y W'oman
ds'- >s to ' olly"
is when she buys .a pia-no at what
'she thinks a bargain price, without
the name of the maker being
a guarantee of its merit. The Estey
is recongnized by artists aln
. .. talentelI musicians everywher, as
the perfection of the piano inak'e'r's
art in beauty, tone and sweetmea
of melody. It is sold on its
mteitiloue. It will Surprise you to
kndwv; how cheaply you can boy
one. Write us.
C. A. ARNOLD,
Eve's Female Regulator er Month-I Hunt's Cure
ly Treatment for Ladies. ICures all skin diseases in all its va -
These pills excite the circulatory rious forms. No internal treatment
and vWscular system of the uterus necessary. Failing, money returned
.and will iestoi'e the monthly flow to purchaser. For sale by W A
-when suppressed from any cause, .
*rnl~ l~ 1~ - i **>,air' and Crum & Swinnvy
'They have proven a. blessing to -'
thousands of married women who, Galveston bay was frozen ovei
'worn out in body and iniad by during the recent cold snap.
'oils, labor and responsibilities,
,ind in these an easy and sure re King Bedford and Constable
lief, providing regularity in the Smith had a 'scrap' at th,
monthly period and restoring the county seat the other day and
sexual organs to their normal and were fined $12 each.
healthyv condition. One year's
treatment $8.00. Sold by Baird.Hunt's Lightning Oil
Moth _r's Truste Frie d, im on sCures Catarrh, Neuralgia, Sprain-,
Mother's Trusted Friend, Simfmons ,
'Sq.uaw Vine Wine or T 'abCets pre- Cramp 'olic, Diarrhoea, Cuts, Headtpre
.the system for confinement, ache, Rheumatism. Good for mtia
shorten labor and make childbirth and beast. Failing, money refunded,
eas-. * _______----- ___ X (One negro str..ck another o0
A bird flew against the head- the head with a scale weight an,
light of a train on the Interna-crushed his skull in the oil mill
tional road near Austin, breaking at Waxahachie the other day. It
:the glass covering, it was neces- is thought the wounded man will
sary to run slowly to the next recover.
station. A short distance on ' explosion occurred in
from the point at which the glass A the kitchenxosCol Johu C. Gibthe
kitchen -of Col. John C. Gih>-'as
broken the locomotive ran son at Wa ..hi last Sund
-, , . , son at WaxahAchie last Sundai
upon a rail securely tied across in. W
,t track by . , morning. The6 Water in the res'the
track by some miscreant bent e .. f
'an making a horrible wreck. The ervi the toe had foe
.-. , e , , . , overr and the'steam generated un'bird
saved the train and possibly over and the itrar generated anThi.
doesn't. l o . , der the ice aftuerafire was kindled
,.many lives. This doesn't look caused the blow up. A piece of
like the age of miracles is past.- the stove was dven to the wall.
Quanah Tribune.',,,.the stove was driven;into the .all.
Quanah Tribune. - t
OC oullu -llrtod Pamphlet, lew to Cure IndigOs *-n, r Ll t l 1 1 .,
FnRE Dyspe iaLoBrAp3atop r r< cook were only slightly hurt.
t R ' '*ul tiea'cs, alnd tlhe deline'folloing ' pd. A' a toei* . . .. . . -...
' rery. pill ia wortb its weight in g oid. S ND AT ONCI. Cur.t
.rt*rant,<<. .T!A I'MDADI OA. C., cOllcWNATIT, . Ripaa tTabules cure bfiptuwpss.
E. P. Montg"nery,
PHYSICIAN &SURGEON, I
Office at W. A. BaiMd' drug store.
County and MiaLcellany.
The smallpox are in Dallas.
Waxahachie wasin: the throes
of a coal famine the;irst of the
Col. Hood's immune regiment
stationed at Holguin will soon be
Mrs. R. C. Bell of near Red
Oak was adjudged insane in county
Wm Briggs shipped eight cars
of steers to the northern markets
Monday from Waxahachie.
A Mr. Bear, of Cincinnati,
,)ulled a badger in Ho well's
saloon at Waxahachie .the other
The new Baptist church at
Waxahachie is to be an elegant
structure and will c-st about
Mrs. Sarah N. SteW,'t7 of near
Palmer was adjudged insane at
the county seat Tuesday and sent
to the county asylum.
There was a collision of two
engines on the Central tap at
Waxahachie Tuesday doing only
slight damage. No one was hurt.
Gov. Sayers has pardoned Juli us
Watson, who was given two years
in the penitentiary at the late
term of the district court for killing
Toni Murray on account of
the latter's intimacy with Watson's
At 12 o'clock today Jugtice
S )eucer was called to the Ellis
county jail to marry Will Driver
and Lula Harris, both colored.
Driver was arrested a few days
a ,o on a charge of rape and his
present bride is the supposed
The 10-year-old daughter of i
Judge Rufus Hardy, Ilza, was
burned so badly at Corsicana
Sunday morning from her clothing
catching fire that- she died.
Judge Hardy and wife were painfully
burned in trying to save the
At Ennis Tuesday evening TJ.
L. Powell a Telico merchant fired
a pistol shot at Pete Freeman, a
prominent merchant of Enaiis,
but the ball went' wide of the
mark. The men had a falling
out over business matters. Powell
was arrested and placed under
a $500 bond.
., ,,Robt. Renfro, a young man
xwho hauls seed from the oil mills
to the sheep pens at Enais, was
overcome by. the cold Saturday
night and fell by the farmers cotton
yard about 11' o'clock where
he lay exposed to the cold till 7
o'clock next morning. The doctors
restored circulation and his
experience may cost him nothing
more than some of his toes. Geo.
Turner in rescuing Renfro got
one ^e` his ears frozen and his
feet badlyffrost bitten.
hFamous At. H'pti
The, Famous Atlanta <'pticion,
direct from the home offie of this Great Optical House, or one of his jkautical
Opticians and will remain at the store of his agent W. A. BAIlEt,
druggist, . a
TWO DAYS ONLY
Beginning February 21set. *s 'W.\; I ' 'a"izeai-..c 't F sand ' ^-.'
cinity a rare opportunity of having their
EYE SIGHT TESTED FREE
by one of the most renowned and successful as well as reliable Opticians in
the U. S. Mr. Hawkes has the modern appliances for scientific adjustment
of glasses to the eye. There is no Optician in the U. i,. who enjQys
the confidence of the people more than Mr. Hawkes. His name is a familiar
word throughout a section of country inhabited by over TWENTYFIVE
MILLIONS of people, Mr. Hawkes has probably adjusted glasses
to the eyes of more people of national and international fame than any
other optician living. This firm was established in 1870.
is often the cause of headache, dizziness, nervousness and dimness of vision.
This can be cured in many cases by the correct fitting of his Crystallized
lenses to the eye. Call early, he positively remains but two days, as
he has other engagements for later days.
CAUTION. I would caution the public against buying spectacles from
peddlers, going from house to house with a lot a spectacles, representing
them to be Hawkes', or selling the same grade of goods. Hawkes' spectacles
are NEVER peddled. Many of the inferior glasses that flood the
market are positively injurious to the eye.
THE GREAT WARRIOR AND STATESMAN.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes-Dear Sir: When I require the use of glasses I
wear your pantiscepic Crystallized Lenses. In respect to brilliancy and
clearness of vision, they are superior to any glasses I have ever used. Respectfully,
FITZHTOIu LBE, Consul Gen'l to Cuba.
ONE OF OUR GREATEST STATESMEN,
Mir' At. K. Hawkes-Dear Sir: The pantiscopic glasses" ybua furnished
I me some time since have given excellent satisfaction. I have tested them
byjise,. and must say they are unsurpassed in clearness and brilliancy by
any that I 'have ever worn. Respectfully, GEN. JOHN B. GORDON.
Ex-Governor of Georgia.
A. K. HAWKES
RECVED GOLD M E DA L Diploma of Honor
For Superiom~ Lens Grindingt lAr Excellency in 'the Manufacture of Spectacles
and Eye Glasses. Sold in 11,000 cities and towns in the U.' S.
Most Popular Glass in the U. S.
ESTABLISHED - 87O.
C AiTTicNM - THESE MOST FAMOUSJ GLASSES ARE
CAUT 1ON NEYER PEDDLED.
WAIT'"VOR HA WKB3S
and not only get glasses scientifically adjusted to your eyes, but secure a
pair of his Crystallized Lenses, the most brilliant spectacle leases in existence,
A.. Wi7. -HZ.A7:E<S,
Inventor and Sole Proprietor of all the Hawkes Patents.
He Will Positi'vely Remain But Two Da'ys.
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