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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1898

o 0 I) o r\ J |f•*'1 if • fw«M I (HP , -■ *S •" '"' m* ■ or sr* J'W ' VOLUnE XVII. NO, 13. CAHERON, TEXAS, THURWHV, SEPTEMBER 39. lM. WHOLE NUflBER 84s. '<A W*U Filled Purse and Contented Mind WW We are selling goods at prices which make the lighter purses of to-day buy as many goods as heavier ones of the good old days. We are increasing the purchasing power of money by low- ering prices, thereby doing our part towards making good times in the land once again. ' # '. * * 4 ' , . . * , • ,f v- T_, : ; —; :• - ~ , "7 r ^ We are mak>ng great efforts to break our past record for selling goods in Cameron, and we are doing it, which is evidence to us that Fair Treatment, OIWJS PRICE, SPOT CASH, and above all ; ' • • • ' . > *v : 1 ■ " ' ' ' • ' " ' ' "" * *" '*•' '** ' The Lowest Price Dress Goods. We will call special attention of the ladies'to this Department. It is entirely complete, and surpasses any that has ever beep brought to Milam oounty, in the latest, newest and novel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1898

2 ?KE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERGN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1&9S. imw m*tu^jracjuR ms 5? • ji A Xao Nailed to the Cross UomtuoU? Chief. "" "The tree and unlimited coin- age of silver la a popocratic idea and is as impracticable as some other measures they are advocat- ing. ''—Joe Sayera in interview at Brenham. The above has appeared in every populist paper in Texas, and ia kept standing in bold face type in the columns of the Expo- nent. The Chief recently called attention to it and offered $100 reward for the proof of such an interview. The windmill then produced the sworn statement of one Affleck, a worthless scala- wag of Brenham. Tho writer immediately wrote Hon. Josaph D. Bayers, inclosing the clipping from the Exponent arid Affleck's alleged interview. Wo also wrote J. G. Rankin, editor of the Bran ham Banner and president of tho Texas Press Association, to ascertain who this man Af fleck was, his standing as a oiti zen, etc. The following from Major Sayers ought to conv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1898

J 4 er itf ei freaas t o t THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXA8, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1898. 3 CRITICAL TIME TELE 311 DURING LGfti press O WILL GOLDTHWAITE, President. ^3 3 This Company, after heavy expense in re- building their large gin plant this year, beg fcalfOnB and Co afctent: i i " n U I 1-11 o OT "Of N. .{fc V3U,T3 n .«>« IP— <£&> $.i*5 IV'rj c*<2?\ ^^ js,sJ L.1 s ii v^fl asa^s-la w carats J**/ if'•"* '* THE BATTLE Arp SANTIAGO. .^ick or Well, a Rush Night Day. The Packor.i at the Battle of San- tiago do Cuba were all Heroes. Their Heroic Efforts in Getting Ammunition and Rations to the Front Saved the Day. 1*. 11 Butler, ol' 1'iiek-traiu No. ;$ writing from Santiago do Cuba, ou July 28d, says: '•We nil had diarrheal in more or less violent.lorn', aud whou we landed wo had no time to see a doctor, for it was a case ot rush and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied with ammunition aud rations, but thanks to Chamberlain's Colin, Cholera aud Diarrhea It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1898

' M'HI THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1896. THE CAMERON HERALD OSCAU If. McAXAIXY, Editor. MRU. IDA J. MoANALXV, AMoel .e. Subucrlptlon, one Tear Six month* Three month* • $1 so 7.1 cenU 50 crnU Knuirnd at the I'ostolBo? it CimwoB/fexHi second-clan* m ll matter. Democratic Ticket For United 8«Ues Senator, C'hM. A. Culberson. For Governor, Joseph D. Bayers. For Lieutenant-Governor. J. N Browning. For Attorney-General, T. 8. Smith. For Land Commissioner, Geo. W. Finger. For Treasurer, John W. ltobbins. For Comptroller, R. W. Flnley. Superintendent Public Instruction, J. 8. Kendall. Railroad Commissioner, Allison Muylleld. Associate Justice Supreme Court, T. J. Browu. Associate Judge Court Criminal Ap- peals, V, m.:firooWs.^> <fP- ■ Judge Court Civil Appeals, 8rd Su- preme District, VV. E. Collard. For Congress, 7th District, It L Henry. For District Attorney, J* C. Scott. For Floater Representative, 72nd District. Sam G. Little. For Represeutative, 62...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1898

J iv«r iiy «i -.I** Hfit, 2*%.S$ J • Sun to 'int, in or "i'ly Ipu- li'cs I' in |i;in |no- b- in - n- lio lat ft THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1808. ARRIVALS AM) DEPARTURES SANTA FK TIMK TABLI No. 6. North, Mull, KO. 6. South, Mail, ... Mo. 8. North, Limited No. 7. SouIm, LI ml to J No. II, North, Local ... No. 13, South, Local AUAN8A8 PAIS TIMETABLE. No-41, south bound, due here • • a. m Nn 42. north bound, due here - * lt:S0 |>. m Train No 50 leaving Cameron daily at 7 a in carries passengers for tVacoanl intermediate points. lieturuiui: leaves Waco at 4::M) p. 111. 2:40 p. ni. •i: •&) )). Ill 1:17 a. in 4:10 a. in. f> H |>. m 8:60 a CITY AND COUNTY. Moonlight nights again. PERSONAL MENTION. J. M. Woodson, M. I)., practice lim ited to diseases of E>e, Ear, Noee autl Throat. At Cam ?ron every Friday. Mr. Laug Prowitt, of Davilla, was Jr our city last Monday. Mr. F. M. Crabtree, of Ben Arnold, visited Cameron last Saturday. Mr. U. C. Ellis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1898

v ( i *f if.': 1 ;;gd mmm ■ ■ * « ■■ I HE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, '1EXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1808. — r|, .- ■«■*■ . , «.«•*-J--.- •* w**.K W.. • >;■. r • F <•* /n ' * * •' * <M r < * ■ I> ' - * • • «*%« < •«% % ♦ V • % • *' r- «**►•■ #•> *' 1 t si *♦' ^ # . «*. nwsppae BBHEBS OEJBiBfflEJO'j SE25£K2fl252!3 JLZT'223 LrMMMfcW LBBMM A 0B£KT3 I '■ ralatg BBmEERBEEiS mz-m&utSM MSffl K^bp isd&a > •. Hardware and Furnitur *• • V jr**^ "* '•SiJ li'.l ^■jcrttr- §r*: x« # •••# max -*juuuu; .„•*> IVB ■>* ': The careful cash buyer should not forget us when making purchases this season. It «?*•! matters not whether the cotton crop is large or short, or how prices range, the sensible thing to do in either case, is to get t$ The Best Goods for the Least Money. This is what we do when purchasing for the Trade, anc! we expect the public generally to follow the same exam pi <$*: I'w- * >. «.• i-f '! ! ■ «. '•* • i ,o„ SMHBHnBMMMRnUSAHGXVKMHMnCAt.'Ai-* W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1898

J v r ity ol Tex** " / •?;.A7V V. r*.% • r\ ■M tl *! *■) t; THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBER 29. 1898. 4) *7 <1 4| Qen. R. E. Lee, SOLDIER, Citizen* And Chrutian Patriot liUEA'l' JiKW HOOK t'Oll THE fEOl'LK! x.i"V"E A.cix:jsrTfci wanted ; Everywhere to show sample pages and get up clubs. I EXTRAORDINARILY LIBEHAL TEniUS.l Money can bo made rapidly, and a vast tuuouut of pood done in eireu- ; laliug one ol the noblest his- tonetil works published during the past quar- ter of a ooutury. Active agents are now reaping :i rich harvest. Some of our hoi workers are selling over one hundred books u Week. Mr. A. (i. NVilli'.unftj .laeksoit, Mo., w orked I' ur days and a lmlt' and .secured ■"> 1 orders 1!*' sells 1 In* ht«oU to almost ever* man In meets. Dr. J. .!. Mason, Musi'i>ue< comity, sold ~r 15' copie.- 1 lie tli>t live days he ran- ' "i ' I I'lll') J'itltO (,(>., ■ AT'i'C U .V K Y - A T -1 .A '.V AX!' .NOTAKY *j\ wo -.4 <t a u'W ii').us a id ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1898

'TMite® « fHB WEEKLY HERALCi CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER SB, 1898. ■M— E !> ' I I ISi I I « g li 11 II" «>« 'if •aWE HAVE REAPED A BIG HARVESTS k**9 .♦.•ft OP Dress Goods, Furnishings, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Clothing AND UADIlSS' AND GENTS' FURNISHNG; GOODS, And it Is our pleasure to announce to the trading public of Cameron and vicinity the arrival of this beautiful and well selected stock of merchandise. We have everything arranged complete &OTZ "STOTTXS, IIT: 3PECTIOIT. Weaiso desire" to announce "that we wilTTafter October ist, SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH I We have taken no little pains in the selec- tion of the bevy of Bargains, and realizing the fact that todo a successful cash business, we must be contented with a small margin on our purchases. We have positively touched bottom to start with, and consequently we must insist on spot cash and one price to all. We quote below a complete list of our offerings: Staples ! ~ I Shoes. I Dress Goods, Etc. . . Lonsdale ami Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 6 October 1898

J iv«r iiy ®l T«' lhe Herald. M" n VOLUHE XVII. NO. 14. CAHERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1808. WHOLE NUflBER 846. * fi*A Well Filled Purse ,aad Contented Mind" JfKUTniTTT ■ uim mimxrui ■ ■ ■■■■■■■ innm We are selling goods at prices which make the lighter purses of to-day buy as many goods as heavier ones of the good old days. We are increasing the purchasing power of money by low* ering prices, thereby doing our part towards making good times in the land once again. We are mak'ng great efforts to break our past record tor selling goods in Cameron, and we are doing it, which is evidence to us that Fair Treatment, ©EKE* PRICE, SPOT GASH, and above all The Lowest Price Will Always Win. Dress Goods. We will oall special attention of the ladies to this Department. It is entirely complete, and surpasses any that has ever been brought to Milam county, in the latest, newest and novel styles. 299 yds Vicugna cloth at - — -8 l-3c 8o!Q yds Olga fleece at 8 l-3c 140 yds Khyber fleece at - ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 6 October 1898

rHE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1896. |®1 naiiwii am I ) J, TIUT ItKLIEF RAlUtOAD. MB. KKNNKI'V SHOW# THE AllhUKDITY OK MK. Olltllll' HC.'JIKMK. To tilt) Klitoi of t)i« fo>t. Mexia, Texas, 8ept. 23.—The popu- list State platform demand* tue con- struction and operation by the .State of a relief railroad from Ued river to the gulf. How the money Decenary to build the road l« to be obtained the plat- form does not say. It says nothing about that very Important item In tbo building of all railroads. It is proposed, however, by Mr. (jlbbs, the populist candidate for governor, to use the uninvested per- manent school fund and tl>«> State convicts to build this ron '. The cost of the road necordlug to the popi list onmpnlffn book, vill l>« in round numbers $1,000.ooi). (See page 1 y, Texas l'o|>uli-l CaiiUml"u Honk i. There bei:,g only about $'1,- OOO.OMU of the miinveitcd pcrmuiu-iit school l'und, it would be nect ary to rain« an ndilititinal $rtt00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 6 October 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD; CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER C, 1898. irduraju* >di. Dn- im in |)iir it rVl±K Dr. Miles' Nervine a remeoy POR THE Effects of Tobacco. ! I Texas Gin and Compress £ Hi COaX^-A-lJT"^, WILL GOLDTHWAITE, President. | Tbis Company, after heavy expense in re- | St 1 building their large gin plant this year, beg f I'i- £ 22 I to caii the attention of their patrons and 1 &: g others to its facilities for Handling - Cotton which we feel are better than ever. M X I KT Grl Our milling facility has also been increased and we feel that our brand of "LITTLE RIYEU MEAL," IS AS GOOD OR BETTER Tla-a-za. -A.ra.3r on. Tib-is ^£eir3s:et www www uuuuuuuMuuiumimmi THE excessive uso of tobacco, especially 1 > yotiriRtncn Is always Injurious aud undoubtedly shortens life materially. Mr. Ed. C. Elwen, compositor on t!ie Contra- Costa Hews, Martinez, Cut., writes; "I have used 1 >r. Miles' Hestorallvo Nervlno and re- ceived much benefit from It. I was troubled with Nervous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 6 October 1898

J . 1 \ 4 THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1S9S 1. I ! I I I r I i W' i r i srei ■1 I i ! i 1 R-B I r THE CAMERON HERALD Facts About Railroads. Royal Mbi th* food pure, wb.ltMme and dcllciuu*. OSC.Ml Y. Mi'ANAI.J.V, Kdiior. MIW. il AJ. McASAI.LV. A ocl te. Hulmcrlptlon, one vc- r Six moolhn Three munilta • Poor's Railroad Manual for 1890 gives the total mileage of roads in the United States, in- cluding side-tracks and sidings, at 235,031 miles. The total cost, including capital stock, funded Democratic Ticket , and unfunded debts and current i accounts, is placed at $11,670,• KnMTMt it the P<wto®W l C ra«fron, Teia , mail matter. For Tailed SUtJ Senator, Chfls A Culberson. F' r Governor, Joseph I) Sayera. For Lieuteuf ut-< overuor. J N Browning. For Attorney-(ienrr l. T S Smith. For Laud CotimiUMouer, Geo W Fiuger. For Treasurer, John TV Itobbiu*. For Comptroller, It W Finiey. Superintendent Public Instruction, .1 s Kenilall. llailroH'l Commissioner, Al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 6 October 1898

V. ■■■v •v, . m THE WEEKLY HERM.D: CAMERON, TEXAS, HIURSPAY, OCTOBER 0, lS.IS. ■ imminiimwim 1+ * * ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES I* |t I lilt i ho iri'.-t SANTA FS TlMKTAtlLX No. (1. Worth, Mail, • • - -iiao p. m. No. 8. South, Mull, - • * si:-0 p. in No. 8. North, l.imltod ... i:i7a.m No. 7. Sotiln, l.ihiiti-v.1 ... 4:lll a. 111. No. 14, North, Local 5 15 p. in No. 13, South Local - - vvua.m a11a ss a s i'ass ttmktahi.k. No' 41, south bound, due hire - - 9:1)0 a. m No 44. north ImpuihI, due lii-re - - ti:.in p. m. Train No JjO leavliiK Cameron dally at 7 a in, carries pa eiiifers lur tVat.-o an I Inti-rinedlai jiolnts. Ki'turujuf leaves Waco at 4::>0 p. ns. n I PERSONAL MENTION. J.M. Woodson, M. I) . practice liin iti'i] to diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose ami Throat. At Caunronevery Friday. Mr. Purler Stevens, of Rockdale, wa« in Cameron last Monday. Mr. Ike Looney, of Ren Arnold, spent last Sunctav in Cameron. Mr. !>. G. Pool, of Jones Pruirie spent last Monday in Cauiero\i. Judge Sam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 6 October 1898

z3 . ✓ / / / fHK WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1808. r**. #*: r* . XXX M * ' ; • 7 — ----- — -—' f - • - j- - - - -- ■ m- r - -■-■•■ ■ - L-- "v • —--•■■— r>":«iwi^wtemrcLg- ••■rTJ.aaaetfgtAU.^4^r^«^a aBifc' *+i*uz...',-*■ •• w -...... - . «*•> >*r* - '■•* * •- * v*vv.vv.vv-'.'v-vf;, vv vv v,v.vv.vv^vv'VV?.w vv•;;** ■•-< ■ • •■ • - n % " •;> : I ^ ;■ ■ * ; y,. . . fc ■% •« 4 4 * « Mr -♦ «k ■•+ %'« "• ■ •• •* ♦ # •* ► *>•• • ft-fv "If ** * ~<ti V V , . 4 -i# "* ♦ R * t_ * * ♦ * *•" * r* • * i • # V ,. ♦••*.• £'••*•♦*• '•* y« *•' *'• ""■ *-&•-■ +'• ■"• '^vl# *« 1 f •&>•:* *• ''• '• ' • V'' • — ' •*/ V .'• •*.1•*.4♦' •'< «W• tsnsa^wMMPB ■nwifc. IJ - m« ■<I.JfcT..I -X- FLE Hardware and Furniture Company The careful cash buyer should not forget us when making purchases this season. !t matters not whether the cotton crop is large or short, or how prices range, the sensible thing to do in either case, is to get The Best Goods for t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 6 October 1898

.) f'p & ci '' • . 4 •; * 'At* «tf « V <0 . 4T; f t - i •*+£ s • .%> * *' „ :*v#9 l&# «. • • * |!« •$ . **.z. It* I •- ♦ • • **# I * * T t* m !:• # i **x I;*# b*§ i x l:«# ['a !•*->* m-JL* I + <* & *) *■: tff <1 % #> ' *) .4 ' 4) ,0 5 4 ,4 4; THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1808. R. H. Johnson HAS A FIR8T-CLA8S Jewelry and Repair Shop —AT THE— POSTOFFICE BUILDING. All work neatly aud promptly done 1! your Watch or Clock needs re- pairing, take it to U. II. Johnson. All kinds of Watch, Clock aud Jewelry ronair work neatly and promptly done bv R. H. Johnson, Tne, Popular Jeweler. -.t Die I'ost- OUlne, North side S<j"iire. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Anyono nandlng a sUotch and description may quickly uscortulri oar opinion froe whether an Invention is prohnbly pMtentablo. Cnmtmittirti- tionrtRtrietlycontldential. Handbook on Patents sent froe. Oldest imoney for securing patents. Patents taken thro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 6 October 1898

J V-T I fW V.'-; f i s r Wx t. ■<: , I i i I'm f! I | I i . 1 %. § THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1898. *>«> •^WE HAVE REAPED A BIG HARVESTS- • T*. OF Pall and "Winter Bargain Dress Goods, Furnishings, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Clothing AND LADIliS' AND GENTS' FURNISHNG' GOODS, And it is our pleasure to announce to the trading public of Cameron and vicinity the arrival of this beautiful and well selected stock of merchandise. We have everything arranged complete "2"o*cri3 iirtsiFEcariOiT- We also dcrrr7t^annoimce "that we will. aft^Octobcr ist^SELLSTRICTL Y FOR CASH ! We have taken no little pains in the selec- tion of the bevy of Bargains, and realizing the fact that todo a successful cash business, we must be contented with a small margin on our purchases, We have positively touched bottom to start with, and consequently we must insist on spot cash and one price to all. We quote below a complete list of our offerings: _ Staples Lousdale aud Fruit of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 13 October 1898

• ^ • 0 "YT TT .HE AMER Herald. VOLUHE XVII. NO. 15. CAflERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, i q8. WHOLE NUHBER 847. Wkt<JD ^5 rionth after month we are climbing up over any previous selling we have ever done in Cameron. No1 explanation but this. We have what the people want cheaper than they can get it elsewhere. If you think you have found something cheap, don't buy, but come on to us where you will find it cheaper still. t; Staples. . . . . 40 Yards good Cctton Flannel Si 00 40 " " Cotton ohecka 1 00 20 '' heavy outing 1 00 25 " Extra good round thread chocks 1 00 Anchor pl'aid, the bent cheok made 5o Our own L L, the heaviest brown domestic 4 1-2 C C yard wide brown canvas 2 7-8 Yard wide clovor bleach .... 4c «< •« f>-old medal bleach 5c 9-4 Pepperell bleach sheeting 15c Good white wool flannel 12 J s c Best oil cloth made 10c 0 Yards A C A feather tick ... 75c Received this morning 11 pieces nice styles in calico, 33 yards for ■ 1 00 Shoes 65 c 2 00 72 Pairs mun'3 buck...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 13 October 1898

1 '■ - . THE WEEKLY HERALD i CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1698. I i R I ti ■ EVERY BRIDE and wife should know about the pre- paration that for half a century hat been helping expectant mothers bring little ones into the world without danger and the hundred and one discomforts and distractions incident to child-birth. It is applied externally, which is the only way to get relief. Medicines taken internally will not help and may result in harm. Mother's Friend fits and prepares every organ, muscle and part of the body for the critical hour. It robs child-birth of its tortures and pains. Baby's coming is made quick and easy. Its action is doubly bene- if used during the whole .' period of pregnancy. * $1 per bottle at all drug stores, or sent by mail on receipt of price. Books Free, containing valuable infor- mation to all women, will bo aent to any address upon application by The BradfieM Regulator Co., Atlanta* 6a. Faith! What It Is, and What It Is Hot. It is incomprehensibl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 13 October 1898

•. - I THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1898. 3 THE Texas Gin and Compress C03v£X=,-A.:iT"Sr, WILL GOLDTHWAITE, President. This Company, after heavy expense in re- building their large gin plant this year, beg to call the attention of their patrons and others to its facilities for Handling - Cotton which we feel are better than ever. 3 3 I I 3 3 3 JVC ILLIN Grl Our milling facility has also been increased and we feel that our brand of t "LITTLE RIYER MEAL," | I IS AS GOOD OR BETTER | E TixsLaa. oxs. Tla-is 2v£a-r]s:ot I Iuimummuutmumimmum nam mmatiummiUMiuMiUimmi ;trr/ THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by (scientific processes known to the California. Fig 8vbuP Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Califoknia Fig Syrup ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 13 October 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1868. THE CAMERON HERALD OSCAB If. McANALLY, Editor. MUS. IDA J. McANAIXY, Ai?«oclat«. Subscription, one v r 8I.\ month™ Throe mouths • 1 so "S cunts Mi c«nt* Kntured at lta« Poslofllon at Cameron, T«'X •ucond-eUittfiiall matter. Democratic Ticket For United States Senator, Cbas. A. Cnlberion. For Governor, Joseph D. Sayera. For Lieutenant-Governor, J. N Browning. For Attorney-General, T. S. Smith. For Land Commissioner, Geo. W. Finger. For Treasurer, John W. Bobbins. For Comptroller, R. W. Flnley. Superintendent Public Instruction, J. S. Kendall. Railroad Commissiouer, Allison Mayileld. Associate Justice Supreme Court, T. J. Brown. Associate Judge Court Crimiual Ap- peals, M, M. Brooks. Judge Court Civil Appeals, 8rd Su- preme District, W. E. Collard. For Congress, 7th District. R L Henry. For District Attorney, 20th Dist. J. u. Scott. For Floater Representative, 72ud District. Sam G. Little. For Representative, 62nd District...

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