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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 21 June 1906

4fe' * %■ |r ♦ ** t- •' * . ,r!« ~JF>■ i*" 11' am OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County, City, Church, Lodges. county officers. J&dKU It. H. foulu sS:;:::::. U.to.W Dmir'ci riork... Houkb Uouiii> t'lurk ,;,Jel ^ ^ J? iV^Muror w• l',11!" Count) Attornuy s. u. i.iivi* T« Awmtor .—if*;, Tax CollBctor A. W. lalHM County Surveyor ...Union WHiker County Sup" rllilM ideal * i, \y. 0 Ho h f \ iioillforili Lommi^ioui'is... ( w, c vv uine( W. .1. I.ttue. city officers. Mayor • Woir Secretary an 1 Truaourvr C. H. Heaty Ta.\ Collector Ileury Y. Moor Maraliall A- • Hooks lodges. A. K. U.K., LITTl B H1VKII flUITBU HO. <• ; Meets the lourt.i Friday nluht ol' eaeh month. Illue I.oi1k« tueete TInir.iltly night on Mr be- fore full moon. « IIF I'., MILAM LOUO* XO. 1-J5, MobIs every Monday iilitht. lieu Strum, C. C C. I' Hettty, li ol' U&S l. O O ► OAMKKON SKCiMVJiKNT N«J. SH. Meets ind anil -tin Moniiny nijiht in eacli month. l'atriaielis visiting cliy an- invited. Cameron LoUge No. 5(1 — Meets ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 21 June 1906

t [OS XOl IOC IOC [OS XOl FOR SUMMER COMFORT na YOU MUST BE PROPERLY CLOTHED—Clad in keeping with these perspiring days. Light and cool wearing apparel of the proper weights and materials will go a long way towards counteracting the Summer's heat. €[This Store is a good place to buy Summer wearables, materials and accessories. O D Look for Nmm on Shoo "ChcaT Patent Col tiki d. Swing Shape; Medium Round toe Our shoes have a style that bespeaks culture and refine- ment and gives that distinc- tion which marks the well- dressed man. A happily balanced combination of good looks and good service —suitable (or every occasion Most styles are $5.00 For this and many other styles of Florsheim Oxfords. Gause Lisle Hose—Fast black, Hermsdorf dyed, high spliced heel and double sole, light gauze weight for Summer comfort, excellent quality lisle thread, at per pair 25c WOMEN'S WHITE .OXFORDS. White Canvas Gibson Tie, big eylets, plain or cap toe, covered heel silk bow strings, a good fitting, st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 21 June 1906

Big Furniture Sale A Car of Furniture WrecKed and slightly damaged, will be sold at sacrificed prices at F. A. MAREK & CO. One set Oak Suits cheap at $20.00, go at . $1 5.00 One set Oak Suits cheap at $25.00, go at . $ 1 7.50 One set fine Oak Suits cheap at $45.00, go at $30.00 One set fine Oak Suits cheap at $65.00, go at $45.00 40 Rockers cheap at $3.50, go at . . . . $2.50 48 Split Bottom Chairs, go at 40c 36 Cobler Seat Chairs cheap at $ 1.50, go at 95c 3 fancy Rockers cheap at $6.oo, go at . . $3.50 2 fancy heavy Rockers cheap at $lo.oo, go at $6.75 3 Folding Beds, not damaged, $ I 5.oo to . $25.00 NICE LOT OF DRESSERS FROM $7.50 to $17.50 This Sale Commences June 23rd and Closes July 7th 1906. Come and g'et F. A. MAREK & CO. Furniture House. Cameron, Texas. Next to B. J. Baskin. City Council. Council met in regular session on Monday at 4 p. m., U. S, Hearrell and Allen Hooks absent. The following acoounts were al- lowed: Quinn Walker for surveys So. 00 Two oars sewer p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 21 June 1906

r■ ft m, m ■Vl'-i'' m i K v List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31st, 1906, for the the Taxes of 1905, in Milam County. Reported Under the Provisions of Section 10, Chapter 103, Law« of 1H!)7. ^'ounty'of Milam*1414} I, Arthur W. Taber, Tax Collector of said County, do hereby certify that the with- in lands and town lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of said County for the year 1904, are delinquent for the taxes of 1904, and that 1 am entitled to credit for the taxeB as shown there on. ARTHUR W. TABER, Tax Colleotor. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of April 1906. JEFF T. KEMP, Countj Clerk, Milam County. NAMES OF OWNER. (AH T I KU. <•«** CITY or TOWN U>T 'BLOCK fu r a l I AXk* NAMES OP OWNER. Abit. No Mo J i AtHita CITY Or TOWN: A 'i).| LOT BLOCK Totai. I Tito Allen, Joe . Arnold, Mary Averiett, G. C ... Botley, J. W Brewer, E. O Brewer, E. C Bereland, J. M.. Batte, heirs Batte, beire Bowen, Gold Bioee, 3. P........ Branch; Lewie.... Berry, Mrs. C. R. Berry, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 21 June 1906

10] IOE [OE to i In 1c :)d e. B. P ATKINSON/ =N. H. BUTT®. The Cameron Grocery Store K- IffEW GOODS Fine Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs to the . . $1.00 Sugar Cane Barrel Syrup per gallon . . 50c Sugar Cane Seed per bushel . . . 85c K- We handle a good line of Feed Stuff. We study the trade, don't run anything else hence can furnish the best the market affords. Fresh Vegetables every Wednesday and Saturday. Try our S. PREMIUM HAMS. We carry Telmos Brand of Canned Peas and Com. Have you tried our "EMPRESS" Brand of Flour. A High Patent Flour, best on the market . . $1.25 3 o o o 8 Remember we are Running Strictly an Eating House and its Up To You if You Don't get Something Good to Cat. > telepone no. 95. Cmeoron. Grocery Store, cameron, texas. ! IOB=OB=a O D O' 101 " ■ *"■ IOE [OX [Ol Some Specials In the Newest Ideas in Embroidery and Lingerie Hats, and some of the swellest styles in Ducks. :: :: :: A New Line of ^ & Leghorns, Chips and Tuscans. Everything in My House at a Re- duce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 21 June 1906

frogs labeled as FRUIT. ."the queen of sicily.' 4. Guests at Chines* Dinners Must Mo: Scrutinize Delicacies Too Closely. ; City of Byracuta Beyond Compare Among the Hellenic Com- munities. Sons of the west, who attend i! li- ners given by the Cbiueun minister in Londou will be well udvlscd not to seek explanations as to the pen- esls of their dishes too diligently. In a Chinese dish there is no saying wnere mystery begins and ends, suys a writer in Sketch. A sample, rich and rare, was sent some time ago to the present wrltov. Upon one side of the vessel was a legend In what must have been irre- proachable Chinese; upon the other this translation: "These fruits were packed in tbe vicinity of our orchards, under our personal supervision. Every possible care has been takeu for their fresh- ness and maturity. We guarantee that our fruits retain their natural flavor and are of the finest quality." Those "fruits' so fjne and matured, retaining all their' natural iluvor, proved to be very ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

"J* V■ * fv . ,.. I ||ifiwnii,T > '^nui Established to Endure—Citizens' National Bank. THE CAMERON HERALD Volume 25* No. 1. CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 28. 1906. Whole Number 1251 \ 1 XXO^X«WXiX&X&&XC)VXlVX963l6&XXWX XX&3VSV3VXX3ICXXX3ieXXX>XXX>XX1VXXXXXXXX3ie&3l>X-5LX3ie3ieXX The Bankrupt Sale Still in Full Blast And the Public Becoming More Interested Ever Day. We certainly never expected such immense crowds as thronged our store each day. ** We Want to MaKe an Apology" For closing: our doors during the first day, but we found it absolutely neccessary and hope the public will appreciate our reasons for so doing. We found that we could not properly attend to the wants of so many and were compelled to close our doors several times during the day. Remember this Sale Ends Saturday v and you will probably never have the chance again to buy goods as cheap, R3r Did you get one of those $i.oo Shirts at 38 cents, If not read this. All Shirts that we h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

1; nf Km I Announcements. I li "■"< li I R I jt i The Herald in authorized to make the following anuouuceiueuta for office subject to the action of the Democrat* io primaries to be beld Haturday. July 28ib For Congresa, 6tb UiHtrict: rufus hardy t. s. hknderkon richard mays For Representative: e. a. camp ike looney For Flortorlal Represeutatlve cuford braly For District Attorney: j. m. ralston j. s. ford For District Clerk: t. c. stafford jas. hooks For Sheriff: J. e. holtzclaw robt. todd n. b. mckinney For Tax Collector: a. w. taber For Tax Assessor: jim pate john a. 8hapard r. s. wiley For County Treasurer: w. a. nabours jno. h. kirk For County Clerk: JEFF T. kemp (for County Judge: jno. WATSON 0. L. KIDD For County Attorneys 8AM LITTLE Fur County Superintendent: W. O. 0ILLI8 for Justice of the Peace: Precinct Mo. 1, ' BD. ENGLISH Preclnot Mo. 8, 0 . c. white ffor Commissioner: Precinct No. 1, w. c. row R. w. cage Prnclnct Mo.'I, . w. c. wiese DAVID h. smith Prnoinct Mo. H, A. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

MSSSr OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County, City, Church, Lodges. COUNTY OFFICERS. K. B. Poi'l; siiHrttr a. loiia Distriet t'lerk ' • Hooks County Clerk JetVT. Kemp Treasurer W. A- Nabour* County Attorney 8. G. Utile Tax As*"« or Tlx Collector A W. Tabor County Surveyor yiunn Walker Comity Supt-rinwudBnt urahaiu UlltU . , „ uv.c Ro s F. V . Oodlfordi CommUMoneia... ( w< ^ woUe, W.J. l.une. CiTY OFFICERS. Mayor ' • H. Wolf Secretary an>t Treasurer O. lJ. Ueuty Tax Collector Henry Y. Moor* Marshall A. O Hooks LODGES. A K. 4 A. M, Mtfl.K 111 V Kit CIIAITSH MO. Ml. Meets the fourt.i Friday nltlit of eaeli month. Blue Lodge meete Thursiluy night on or he- fore full moon. lift. K IIP I'., M I LAM LOD'.B NO. Meets eyerv Monday night. Men Strum, C. C. t) 1' Ucatv, li. of U AS I. O O K. CAKKHOIC KNCAUrilEKT NO. 8f. Meet* -Jnd and 4tb Monday night In each month. Patriarch* visitingcity sre invited. Cameron Lodge No. Ml —Meets every Thurs- day night Druthers visiting city are Invited. MOUKRN O It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

i 11 11 > '.ww* m ■ ■ «•< • Mfrgife v: 1 if^ 301 [QE [Q] [PE [PE (PE MERIT MEANS SATISFACTION. At this Store it's the whole thing to please customers, Immediate profits only, don't count. Nothing counts but permanent patronage. Merchandise of quality—goods of merit are the kind sold here. {('eft ici/n siior Uok for Nun m SbM Oxford; The Florsheim Oxford embodies the greatest pos- sible shoe value. Modeled on absolutely scientific fines, you never nave to "break in* a Florsheim. It fives genuine comfort from the start Mo* styles are $5.00 Men's Furnishings Half Hose. The new and best patterns in Men's Half Hose for Sum- mer wear are here. All styles, plain lace and dropstitch. Ox- ford shoes demand neat and good fitting half hose. We make a specialty of the right one at . . 25c and 50c Men's Trousers. An excellent assortment of Men's Trousers, neat patterns in light weight fabrics for sum- mer wear. Plenty of grays and light colors—the proper styles and weights for warm weather...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

■inmto ■+' , ■swfflw'**si,,: "*■ THE HERALD. ™e governor s rach of reus. H. W. STEVENSON. Editor and Proprietor ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT CAMERON MILAM COUNT*, TEXAS. Subscription $1.00 per Year. Entered at tbe poitoffice at Cameron at second class mall matter. TRAIN SCHEDULE. S' ft. & ft. P« 80UTII BOUND NO HI l£ 1IOUND No 44-8:10 AM Noil-USSfM No 48—8:80 P U arrives Lu vt No 47—7:00 A M No47 and 48 are mixed, runnlBR from Cam- eron to Waco fa. G- & S- F- SOUTH BOUND 2:80 P M 2:05 AM 8:15 A la NORTH BOUND 2:201' M 2:05 A M 2:58 AM Maysfield Telephone Co. Oameron to Mayslleld, direct, 25c Oameron to Branchvllle via MayBfleld direct 25c Cameron to Jonesl'ralrie" " " 25c Oameron to Balleyvllle '« " " 25o No extra charge forTlme, unless over ten afnutes. W« have no party line. Service is direct to (•eh of above points. Prompt attention given to every call. Wl.«n placing yonr calls, please ronte as above Indi- cated, and avoid oonfasion and unnecessary de- lay. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

JUST A STARTER There is More to Follow. To increase THE HERALD'S already large circulation to 3000, which we intend to do by Christmas; we offer a $75.00 Ladies' Solid gold Watch, full jeweled, hand engraved, Elgin Movement, to be given to the most popular young lady of Hilam County. Any one wishing to name a candidate can do so by voting Coupons or sending in their subsciption to this office at one cent a vote, no subscription taken for less then three months. The watch is now on exhibition at Johnson's Je,vlery Store. There will be other prizes added for the the Candi- dates receiving 2nd and 3rd, highest votes. COUPON. This Coupon is good for 5 Votes wheif accom- ^ panied with the name of the one who cuts it out Write your name and Host office address here. Write the name and Fust Office of Candidate here. ■■■■■*■' rrimmill Hill j'himii THE CAMERON HERALD One Tear $1.00 SUBSCRIPTION COUPON. The following Coupon can be cut out and used to send your subscription and the name of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

i i.. rrobo11 ♦"ail )lv. tbi. 1ov 1vItHE olq country BACON Big Furniture Sale A Car of Furniture Wrecked and slightly damaged, will be sold at sacrificed prices at F. A. MAREK & CO. One lot Oak Suits cheap at $20.00, go at One lot Oak Suits 'cheap at $25.00, go at One lot fine Oak Suits cheap at $45.00, go at One lot fine Oak Suits cheap at *65.00, go at 40 Rockers cheap at $3.50, go at . . . . $15.00 $17.50 $30.00 $45.00 $2.50 48 Split Bottom Chairs, go at 36 Cobler Seat Chairs cheap at $ 1.50, go at 3 fancy Rockers cheap at $6.oo, go at . . 2 fancy heavy Rockers cheap at $ I o.oo, go at 3 Folding Beds, not damaged, $1 5.oo to . 40c 95c $3.50 $6.75 $25.00 NICE LOT OF DRESSERS FROM *7.50 to $17.50 This Sale Commences June 23rd and Closes July 7th 1906. Come and g'et Barg'ains. F. A. MAREK & CO. Furniture House. Cameron, Texas. W- Vs Next to B. J. Baskin. Stabbing Affray at Thorn- dale. Times-Herald Special. Rookdale, Tex., June 25.—In an affray at Thorndale today, John Cleme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

1 V i I ! I I } j ( I V? 4 1 I •• ' List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31st, 1906, for the the Taxes of 1905, in County. Reported Under the Provisiona of Section 10, Chapter 103, Laws of 1SU7. ToSnn^fMul5i*M} I, Arthur W. Taber, Tax Collector o said County, do hereby certify that the with in lands and town lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of said County for the year 1904, are delinquent for the taxes of 1904, and that 1 am entitled to oredit for the taxes as shown there on. ARTHUR W. TABER. Tax Colleotor. Sworn to and eubsoribed before me this 18th day of April 1906. JEFF T. KEMP, Count} Clerk, Milam County. NAMES OF OWNER. AM*. Ho. It" I CITY Or TOWN: Ak'u.j • LOT BLOCK Total Taxki a: 4-t Allen, Joe Arnold, Mary Averiett,.G. C Bosley, J. W Brewer, E. C Brewer, E. C Bergland, J. M Batte, heirs Batte, heirs Bowen, Gold Bines, J. P Branch. Lewis Berry, Mrs. C. R. Berry, Mrs. C. R. Bauknight, J. M.... Blankenship, S. A. Bauknight, Mrs. M. Bauknight, Mrs. M. Brady, 8. E...' Brady,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

ONIC xl of com' uilil up ami ilisorderec sometimes, fickle, th< entire bodj eted, run nized every and barks fleet Oil tll< s or tissues ii potash 01 tomach and the health, s, produce! ud supplies circulation inj^ result: absolutelj ■> of dyspep hat uncom tig, are n< si sses puri lood it wil acting you, lized stand pV5 GAm lame *5 • «%r< ^ BAC9?~ hv thin lovely line -U.W.W v . — ■ *7—* ,~.x;— F o o: [Q] EOl [OK XOE Call and see us. 301 Phone 95 and 164. THE CAMERON GROCERY CO. IOETI 5 w D o o o g We offer to the Public the most complete line of groceries in town and cordially invite every one to compare the quality and prices of our goods with any other grocery store in town. Our flour can not be excelled and we guarantee every sack. American Beauty is our fancy patent and there is none better. Empress is a high patent, the best on earth. % [ Fresh Swift Premium Hams and Breakfast Bacons received every Thursday. Coffees, Teas and Spices To suit the most exacting tables...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 28 June 1906

"1 eyg ; J IP " fcjf ;■ 5 ? I v.- I y 4th OF JULY Democratic Ticket Drawn June 18,1906 Cameron' Germannia Park. o. b ten can- 10 a.m.—Procession form on square. 11:30 a, m. Address, Supt. Sims. Recess until 1:15 p. m 1:15—Address by Hon Colquitt. Addresses by Hone, Hardy, Mays, Henderson, candidates for congress, one hour each. Two District Attorneys minutes each, Three Representative didates, five minutes each. Two Flotoriai Representative candidates, five minutes eaoh. Candidates for county offioes, five minutes each. Candidates for precincts offioes, five minutes each. Marehalls—Allen Hooks and Jno. Gamble. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. F. Rendor, W. T. Hefly, Dr. W. R. Newton, John M. Sharp, U. 8. Hearell, T. J. Hardy, J. D. Hefley, J. n. Bradahaw, T. G. Sampson, R. S. Porter, A. J. Do8Bett, J. K. Freeman, D. A. Newman, W. W. Chambers. Personals. ^ Miss Oma Newman who has been Visit, ins in Georgetown retnmed home Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Buret Wiley who has been visiting his brother, retu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 5 July 1906

7 1 hi 3 ra N ill i ■toMmwuwwtiWi. —.X JLJL Established to Endure—Citizens' National Bank. \ V \ V \l / THE SftMERON HERALD. Volume 25. No. 2. CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 5. 1906. Whole Number 1252 The Glorious 4. First Celebration in Years-Temple Band. Hon. 0. B. Colquitt Speaks. Supt. Sims Delivered the Forenoon Address—Judge Hardy, Hon. T. S. Henderson, Judge Ford and Hon. J. M. Ralston Also Spoke. The County Officers Announced-The Ball at Night. Cameron Celebrated the 4th in a rousing manner. Previously, com- mittees had 'been appointed, candi- date O. B. Colquitt had accepted an invitation to speak and two of our candidates for Congress were well loaded as well as others. The day propicious. The man with water melons for sale"was in evidence. Seventeen business houses in Rock- dale closed to celebrate the 4th and many of the Rockdale people came over. Temple was well represented, as well as Rosebud, and the crowd was swelled to some 3,000 people from all parts of Milam count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 5 July 1906

IV- . , J? Mr- i I* «• n ;iv List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31st, 1906, for the the Taxes of 1905, in Milam County. Reported Under the Provisions of Section 10, Chapter 103, Laws oI 1807. The State of Texas I County of Milam. J of I, Arthur W. Taber, Tax Collector said County, do hereby certify that the with in lands and town lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of said County for the year 1904, are delinquent for the taxes of 1904, and that 1 am entitled to credit for the taxes as shown there on. ARTHUR W. TABER, Tax Collector. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of April 1906 JEFF T. KEMP, Count> Clerk, Milam County KAMEB OF OWNER. ahst. WO. Mo < ■ r AC**#}CITY or TOWN: AS'K.i lot block Total Taxki Allen, Joe I Arnold, Mary ; Averiett, G. C Bosley, J. W j Brewer, E. C j Brewer, E. C. 1 Berg land, J. M Batte, heirs.... * Batte, heirs Bo wen, Gold , Bines, J. P Branch. Lewis Berry, Mre. C. R. Berry, Mrs. C. R Bauknight, J. M. ... Blankenship, S A. Bauknight, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 5 July 1906

mmm y j ' lJL i" j„ i . 'J V IOE [OE lOl 10 Call and see us. Phone 95 and 164. THE CAMERON GROCERY CO. We offer to the Public the most complete line of groceries in town and cordially invite every one to compare the quality and prices of our goods with any other grocery store in town, bur flour can not be excelled and we guarantee every sack. American Beauty is our fancy patent and there is none better. Empress is a high patent* the best on earth. 1 o o o D o Fresh Swift Premium Hams and Breakfast Bacons received every Thursday. Coffees, Teas and Spices To suit the most exacting tables. Security coffee is a blend of the finest Moca and Java coffees. Hippodrome is the King of dollar bucket coffee. Palmetto and Reunion in 1 pound pakages. Ladies' Club and Crown Teas in '+ and pound packages. Notice To The Farmers. We will pay you the highest market price for your produce. While we enjoy the majority of the town trade we want your trade also and in order to do this we must convince you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 5 July 1906

It.:.*** . *9*: ■)** <&. >J ——I f n * i < : r r' is f f I I I I Of' 4; : ■ |VAi i . v I ' . ioi [OK IOC tOE IOE IOE ao fa o V Confidence Better Than Profit. ^ You may—or may not—believe everything you read in an advertisement. Extravagant statements are easier than solid facls because the facts may look small—but extravagant statements don't pay in the long run. What you want is the merchandise which is right. Here you can find the right goods rightly priced. / 'CLOVE-FITTING? TffHABlT^-HLF*" CORSETS. Thomson's Corset, No. 115, habit hip, for medium figures, 5 clasps on 12 inch front, finished at top with ribbon bow, a favorite style from the Thomson's Glove Fitting line. Price $1.00 Ribbon Girdle—a 10 inch front girdle, finished with white silk bow, 4 clasp. Has hose supporters attatched to front. Price 50c tV, Copyrighted, 1904 By l«uuUle*a The Vestless days are here for quite a stay. Negligee weather this—it's time to stock up on the new Summer Styles in FAULTLESS SH...

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