The Ferris Wheel, Volume 6, Number 20, Saturday, January 28, 1899 Page: 1 of 6
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FERRIS. ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1899.
Will go forward in special lines at special prices from now
on. Will keep up the suit sale for awhile longer at, 12.5$0
for 18.50, 16.50 and 15.00 suits; 9.50 for 12.50 suits; 7-75 forin
$10 suits; 5.95 for 8.50 suits. . 5..
UNDERWEAR will go for a while longer at pre
"When Lovely Womana
Stoops to Folly"
is when she buys a piano at what
she thinks a bargain price, without
the n&-me of the maker being
- guarantee of its merit. The Esteo
,'econgnized by artists, and
_ -ljal~ed musicians everywhere as
the perfection of the pia:,o ciakor's
art in beauty, tone.and sweetness
of melody. It is sold on i~ts
merit alone. It will Surprise you to
know how cheaply you can biy
ope. Write us.
C. A. ARNOLD,
E. P. Montgomery,
PHYSICIAN &. $SURGEON,
Office at W. A. Baird's drug store.
REAT BANKRUPT SALEI
$32,000.00 worth of
^Dry Soocd Clothing Jats Sh oes,
CARPETS, TRUNKS, ETC.
/z:- 1lus!t be sold at once regardless of price.
~~ A Why such sacrifices are made?---can't help ourselves.
This stock was closed during the business
months of this season and bought in by a large Eastern
firm---D. Brin appointed manager, and instructed
to sell the stock at once for
CASH-Regardless of Price!
The season is far advanced and this stock is Large and
Complete. Now to make them go quick, we will sell nothing
for more than, cost, and many goods will be sold far less
than NEW YORK COST! Never again will you have a chance
to buy Staple and Fancy Dry Goods at such rediculously low
,, M prices. Investigate this sale. It will save you money.
Come at once, great Bargains await you.
D msID BRIN
II. Murder Trial.
The trial of Bud Watson for
the killing of Tom Murray at
Oak last December has been in
progress in district court this
week. Sensational features have
developed. Mrs. Watson admits
illicit relations with Murray.
Watson pleads insanity. The examination
of the many witnesses
was finished Thursday evening
and the counsel began the argument.
Following is the jury:. C.
W. McElhaney of Italy; J. A.
Storey of Ennis; C. E. Sanderson
of Bardwell; L. B. Grizzle of
Waxahachie; S. C. Cooper of
Midlothian; R. H. Cornelius of
Italy; J. T. Sullivan of Red Oak;
C. A. Weatherford of Ferris; P.
E. Rape of Midlothian; U. Mundon
of Midlothian; G. A. Vestal
of Palmer and E. 0. Love of
How to Look Good.
Good looks are really more than
skin deep, depending entirely on
a healthy condition of all the vital
organs. If the liver is inactive, you
have a bilious look; if your stomach
is disordered, you have a despeptic
look; if your kidneys are affected,
you have a pinched look. Secure good
health, and you will surely have good
looks. 'Electric Bitters" is a good
Alternative and Tonic. Acts directly
on the stomach, liver and kidneys,
purifies the blood, cures piiniples,
blotches and boils, and gives a good
complexion. Every bottle guaranteed.
Sold at Crum& Swinny's drug
stare. 50 cents per bottle.
Jan,, 25, '99.
EDITOR WHEEL :-We were visited
by a pretty severe norther at
this place Monday.
Hog killing by those who were
not through was the order of the
day Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. T. P. Bates of Ferris was
in our midst yesterday.
Mr. Dave Duncan's son, Driskill,
is on the sick list with pneumonia
Messrs. Jessie White & Co.,
have bought Sparkman Bros.,
stock of drugs and are going to
move it to Crisp, Texas.
Messis. Thornton and Bond
were over at Crisp Monday surveying
the lots and making deeds
Miss Stella Malloy visited her
parents in Ferris Sunday.
Mrs. Cora Watkin, of Meridian,
Miss., is visiting her sister Mrs.
IL J. Pipkin of this place.
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic
cures the Chills, builds up the
system and drives away .all ill.
It makes strong the weak and fattens
the lean. It's the tonic of tonics
the best ever seen. Fifty cents.
Sold by W. A. Baird and Crum &
Ripns Tabuale cam enoctUpya .,
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$1.00 PER ANNUlt.
Milkmaid Taught the Professor.
Rev. Dr. Upson says. that he.
was once rusticating with. D1r.
Timothy Dwight, who has just re- ?
Signed the presidency, of Yale, '
when they borrowed a horse from,
a farmer on condition they un-,
harnessed him, when .through,
their drive. They filled the contract
except as to the collarwhich.
they could not get off. Dr.
Dwight said: "'It must have been,
put on when he was a colt, andthe
way his head's grown since.
it's impossible to remove it." Just
then a passing milkmaid told
them to turn the collar round if
they wanted it off. "My dear.
brother," said Dwight, "either of
us thinks he knows ten times asmuch
as that woman, and yet we
didn't know enough to turn the
A modern passenger train should
enable the traveler to go on a journey
with little or no deviation from
his daily habit of life. This tihe "Pacific
Coast Limited" does, with lsuperior
equipment, quick tim .-a dsuperior
route. The equipret m is.
unsurpassed, the train being I :tt .
up of a composite car, which contains
a barber shop, bath room, buffet and
observation smoking compartment;
ladies' parlor compartment car. with
seven private-compartments and parlor,
furnished as is the composite car,.
with library and all convenience for;
correspondence-ladies' Maid in attendance;
two or more pullman ten
section drawing room sleepers, andy
last in the train but by no means least
in importance, the dining car, where.
meals are served a la carte. This
train represents the highest type of
car builder's art and runs straight
through without change via the Texas
& Pacific Railway to St. Louis, Chicago,
Los Angeles, and San Francisco
twice a week, For time table, sleeping
car rates, maps, and full information
write to E. P. Turner, General passenger
& Ticket Agent, Dallas, Texas.
At a Very LowIPrice.
The .Sermi-Weekly News (Galveston
or Dallasi" is published Tuesdays and
Fridays. Each issue consists of eight
pages. There are special departments
for the farmers, the ladies and the boys
and girls, besides a world of general
news matter, illustrated articles, etc.
The Semi-Weekly News and
THE FERRIS WHEEL
for 12 months for the low clubbing price
of $1.75 cash. This gives you three papers
a, week for a ridiculously low price
Hand in your subscption at once.
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Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
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A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest air.
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of the menstrual function.
It cures all femalee troubles." It
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her teens, the young wife with doirrtstic
and maternal cares, and
the woman approaching the period
known as the " Chanp of Llf."
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