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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 January 1913

tW r'i V • • • (LONE REPUBLICAN LAW MAKERS f Austin, Texas, Jan. 30.—Texas has only two Republican Re- presentatives in the Legislature, Hon. Julius Real, representing the 24th District in the Upper House, and Hon. Wm. Bierschwale of the 87th District in the Lower House. To this State also belongs the distinction of a solid Republican county, the only one in the South, and perhaps in the United States. In the last election the county of Zapata, located in the Southwestern portion of the State, voted Republican without a dissenting vote. This county, how- ever, has ovly 300 votes and is therefore not strong enough to have a representative in the Legislature. The counties sending Repub- lican representatives to the Legislature are Kerr, the home of Senator Real, and Gillespie, the home of Representative Bierschwale. THE GRANT LUMBER CO. The New Lumber Yard When in need of anything in the BUILDING LINE do not fail to see us. We have everything you need. Bills of lumber made and estimat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 January 1913

N ♦ II ! | f jt f i I Children Cry for Fletcher's f't &0&44 / / • Th« Kind Yoa Have Always Bought, and which has been in dm for over 30 years, hud borne the signature of and has been made under his per* sonul supervlHlon since its infancy• Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Ju l-n «good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA ■Qattoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* forte, Drops, and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic •ubstanoe. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been La constant use for the relief of Constipation* Flatuleneft Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea* It regulates the Stomach and Bowels* assimilate* the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Ohlldscn's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 January 1913

CHILDREN PLAY ON RAILROADS AT CAMERON FEBRUARY 17-18-19 AUDITORIUM HOTEL Call at Cameron February 17, 18 and 19, and be cured of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases, Deformi- ties, Cancers, Facial Blemishes, etc Gordon Adams, M. D., Specialist of twenty-two years experience in this special work, has a branch office at Cameron and he would like to talk with every person in Milam and adjoining counties who have Granulated Lids, Ingrowing Lashes, Cataracts, Pterygiums, Cross-Eyes, Drooped and Deformed Lids, Lid Tumors, Falling of Lashes, Closed Pupils, Scums over Eyes, Catarrh of Nose, Throat, Lungs and Bronchils, Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoids, Cancers, Eczema and Birthmarks. Crooked Nose, etc. He will examine everyone free and tell them plain facts about their case. He makes no guesses, no maybe so promises, no experiments. He is an expert with a proven record of success and limits his practice to those whom he knows he can cure or greatly benefit. If vou are incurable he says so at on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 January 1913

~n I i f ! I M M ATTENTION"—WE HAVE DEGIDED TO CLOSE OUT OUR BUCKNOETS BUSINESS by February 1 st, and rather than move this stock of goods to Cameron, we will for the next 30 days, beginning at once, offer our entire stock of Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Implements, Crock- ery and Glassware at atftual Cost for tSpot Cash Below we Submit a Few Prices That No Thinking Man Can Pass Up Buggies ENTERPRISE, steel tire, open top, regular price $95.00, now $70.00 Enterprise, steel tire, with top, full leather, regular price $110, now $85 Moon Bros., Rubber tire open top, regular price $95.00, now $72.50 Moon Bros., Rubber tire, open top, regular price $ 110, now._ $82.50 Moon Bros, top buggy, full leather, regular price $ 110, now $82.50 Hercules, steel tire, open top, regular price $65, now $47.50 Hercules, Surrey, regular price $140, now .'$110 Cultivators J. I. Case Riding Cultivator, regular price $40, now $30.00 John Deere Riding Cultivator, less sweeps, regular price $37.50, now $31 Joh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

*in Ha The Cameron Herald Official Organ Milam County Farmers Union Largest Circulation of any Paper in tHe Count/ VOLUME 36 CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914. NUMBER 13 CITIZENS OF TEMPLE HONOR JIM FERGUSON Monster Growd of Enthusiastic People Show Their Appreciation of Farmer "Jim." Temple, Tex., July 27.—Before a crowd of 5,000 widely enthusi- astic people, who packed the public square tonight in serried ranks, James E. Ferguson, the next governor of Texas, told his home folks how deeply he appre- ciates the loyalty and steadfast- ness of the deople of Temple and Bell county in the supreme crisis of his life. The celebration was arranged on short notice and was intended as a testimonial on the part of his fellow citizens of their high regard and best wishes. Com- mittees hastily arranged the de- tails, engaged bands, decorated the square and streets abutting thereon with hundreds of electric lights, festooned the Temple State bank building with brilliant lights and around t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

mmm mm mk*M m v AflR ■ raftMttxaMMW I * ! I*f i. r i f •i / I '! <? FERGUSON WINS OVER BALL-SUBMISSION MEETS DEFEAT Majority of the Anti-Candidate Will be Be- tween 40,000 and 50,000 When all Returns from the State Have Been Reported EDITOR TERRELL ELECTED Senator From McLennan County Wins Nom- ination for Comptroller by Handsome Majority James E. Ferguson has been nominated by the Democrats of Texas for governor of Texas over Thomas H. Ball, by a majority which will range anywhere be- tween 40,000 votes when all have been counted. The campaign came to a close last Saturday, when the polls were opened early in the morn- ing for an all-day contest. The result has been surprising to a large number because of the strength which Mr. Ferguson de- veloped in counties which are normally allied witli the prohibi- tion forces, and wnere Col Ball conld be expected to get his strongest vote. Full returns from all the counties are not yet available. W. P. Hobby wins for lieuten- ant governor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

fA * kj 'J SAN ANTONIO BAR J. T. GRIFFIS. Prop. Ki^ht on the corner and tins bar is on tin1 Square where you will lincl the choicest WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS Genuine Mexican Mcscal Sold Over Our Bar Courteous Attention Given All Coustomers No Orders Solicited from Prohibition Territoiy WHEN MIRANDA FORGOT Why Women Have Nerves I The "blues"--anxiety—sleeplessness—ana warnings of pain anil dis-1 tress are sent by the nerves like flying messengers throughout body and limbs. Such feelings niav or may not be accompanied by backache or headache or bearing down. The local disorders and inflammation, if there is any, should be treated with 1 'r. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Then the nervous system and the entire womanly make up feels the tonic tffcet of DR. PIERCE'S 7*1 when taken systematically and for any period of time. It is not a"cure-all," but has given uniform satisfaction for over fortv years, beinjj uesij'rj<?d for the single purpose of curing worna i's peculiar ailments. Sold f.n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

■v^ - J: ■ r— 4.. I-*'' j ■ Jl.! s<.,v vJi ' 11 I THE DAUGHTER OF DAVID KEfiR " ,k (Continued from paye «<) this you sent for me. Judge Gilbert?" j "No. I asked you to come over here ; to consider an offer for your paper. 1h the NewB for Kale?" "That depends. 'For sale' when ap- plied to a newspaper may sometimes have an ugly meaning." "Of course," Gilbert was quick to add. "I mean as a newspaper prop- erty." "I'm a poor man, Judge Gilbert," Wright began slowly. "I couldn't re- fuse to consider an offer—" He got no fu^lier, for Kendall ex- claimed: "That'B what I thought." "Walt a minute,'" Wright asked him. lifting his hand in warning that he had not finished. "You interrupted me ' before I was through. What I say Is this: 1 couldn't refuse to consider an offer from a proper quarter." "What does the source matter to you?" Kendall Inquired. "You're hu- man You waut money as bad as any of us." Before replying, Wright's gaze rest- ed for an iustant on the door behind which his h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

« . s lin li n- Iht., .Li* ulin (i ontf ion- ti.rl h 1 ;ht.H 11 ii- 'hi^i too, had sho ir-'d as at cn!l lglit < cigar in ogoth- both- hoat ilagna d Into man >umn<l man d—her again ler th« Far b crept lumber. m CHURCH NEWS FOR (SUNDAY IN CAMERON WEEK'S SOCIAL | HAPPENINGS I FROM TRACY r Christian Sunday School Pu Regular Correspondence Writes In pits to Give Home Talent Play Tomorrow Night Rev William Dean White of the Methodist church left Mon- day to begin a meeting in Thorn- dale of perhaps several weeks duration. The Cameron pulpit however will pe filled next Sab- bath, either by Rev. White or the pastor of the Thorndale church. The social meeting of the Mis- sionary Society of the Methodist church was held with Mrs. Chas. N. Green in North Cameron. The session was devoted to the missionary lesson on "Giving" conducted by Mrs. C. D. Lay, in the absence of the leader Mrs. Wingfield who was reported ill. There were twenty-two me nbers present. Following the study the infor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

1 yf*® '►*v • ■ ' «swhu«B>a;=*',' ~*'~y * ■ W, ,*rf5* T ^V..- as &S ■®1 h 'i. ■" /{.' «■ m $& s ,/v The Cameron Herald Iwued on Thursday* at Cameron, Texas Subscription per year $1-00 Subscription six months .50 Entered at the post office at Cameron Milam County, as second class matter Officers—Robt. M. Lyles, President; J. S. Beard, Vice-President; H. B. Ter- rell, General Manager; Miss Eula Hur- lock, Secretary-Treasurer. Director*—Robt. M. Lyles, J. S Beard, J. R. Young, H. B. Terrell, Miss Eula Hurlock. H. B. TERRELL Publisher A. V. SMITH Local Manager Next Govenor of Texas Native Son Lone Star State (Houston Telegram.) James Edmund Ferguson of Temple, Bell county, is a native born son of the Bell county soil. He was born on his father's farm on the Salado Creek, about thir- teen miles from Temple, August 31, 1871. He was named for his father, James Edmund, an itinerant Methodist preacher, farmer and miller. The old rock mill.stands on the banks of the Salado and the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

#!# VACATION TIME Let Us Help You Plan Your Trip Summer Tourist Tickets on Sale Daily, limited to Octo- ber 31st, for Final Return, to All Points North, East and West Through Sleepers TO Colorado Springs enver, Kansas City St. Louis, Chicago Direct Connection at La Junta with Through Sleeper to California, and at St. Louis and Chicago with Through Sleepers to Eastern Points THE LOGICAL ROUTE TO BOTH 1915 EXPOSITIONS AsK for Free Literature L. H. Sparra, Agt., Cameron, Tex. •) Why pay more when you can get it Irom Milam County Lumber Co. for less? HYDRATED CARBOLATED LINE 40 CENTS PER SACK Best disinfectant on the market. We sell the same grades for less money. Milam County Lumber Co. Cameron, Texas *) The CITY TIN SHOP EORMERLY KNOWN AS GASTON-SPRINKEl SHOP This is to notify the public that I have purchased the City Tin Shop (in rear of Gaston-Sprinkel Store), and am ready to figure with you on your tin and sheet metal work. All work first class and guaranteed. No job too small to r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

>TT* *« wvi' •' '• w - * 1t"11 "•""" ""^ ' }*y* ' u *4' 4 I V ^4 Vi LA^ s. \ .$> f iS3~ m ?h . ■ ', ' The Cameron Herald Issued on Thursdays at Cameron, Texas Subscription per year $1-00 Subscription six months 50 Entered at the post office at Cameron Milam County, as second class matter Officers—Robt. M. Lyles, President; J. S. Beard, Vice-President; H. B. Ter- rell, General Manager; Miss Eula Hur- lock, Secretary-Treasurer. Director ■--Robt. M. Lyles, J. S Beard, J. R. Young, H. B. Terrell, Miss Eula Hurlock. H. B. TERRELL Publisher A. V. SMITH Local Manager Next Govenor of Texas Native Son Lone Star State (Houston Telegram.) James Edmund Ferguson of Temple, Bell county, is a native born son of the Bell county soil. He was born on his father's farm on the Salado Creek, about thir teen miles from Temple, August 31, 1871. He was named for his father, James Edmund, an itinerant Methodist preacher, farmer and miller. The old rock mill.stands on the banks of the Salado and the ol...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

The Daughter of David Kerr By Harry King Tootle Illustration* by ll&y Walters dJ CHAPTER XII. Win n Gloria round that the t'resby- iterian Mission was irt need of money Fin ore' r to extend its work, she sug- gi-bteu to Mrs. Hayes that tliey go anu ii" their friends, explain the situ- ation and ask money for their charity. One of the first upon whom they called was Judge Gilbert. Williams exAliiined that the judge was busy few minutes and asked them to Ited. He did not know if the mw^'arcd to be bothered with mere women on such a day. When Williams announced that Miss Kerr and Mrs. Hayes wished to see him. Judge Gilbert asked Kerr if he knew tiie meaning of the visit. "They got some sort o' mission work they're! beggin' for. It's just a polite shake down." "I didn't know she had taken it up that seriously. I just thought she went down with Mrs. Hayes out of curi- ception room, there opened two osity." "Women is queer creatures, Amos. Gloria's spendin" lots of her time with w\ wh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

s.v W- PPHI aiiHii .. .. . '.-...'.J..--.. * . *-• •• ■'<* ■ *►:.' 'I- « liilM rir—nr "-" 7.' ■\! * * 1 Vvf J ' i ft f i i I - f mi '4. TIE CAMERON HERALD Every Tkuradty at Cameron, Milam County, Tnu in Po*to(6cc at Cameron. Texu, a Second Claaa Mail Matter iption $1.00 Per Year H. B. TERRELL - - - Publi her A. V. SMITH, Local Manager The man who voted did his duty, whether he won or lost. Well, you didn't net exactly your choice in each instance; neither did we. Query: Was Tom Ball the right man for the pros to pfit forward, or did they pursue the wrong course to elect him? heaven a few moments after lighting a cigarette while draw ing gasolene." And Bill is some philosopher, too: "The world is growing bet ter day by day. If we did not believe it, we would be ready to believe that Christianity was a failure. Men are better by nature and practice tot!ay the they have been since Why Country Towns Deelino Error usually consists in ex aggerated truth. The over- stated case is a lie....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

#) LOCALS AND PERSONALS The Herald, $1.00 per year. Mr. John Griffin was a visitor in Rockdale Sunday. Mr. ElberHood has returned from his vacation outing. Mr. Robert Simms of Tracy spent Monday in Cameron. Wall papers, a nice assortment I at the Red Cross drug store. 11- tf. Mr. Wm. McGarr of Galveston is a business visitor in Cameron this week. «3, Judd Davis returned Fri- rom a few weeks stay in is Christi. Mr. D. K. Hall has returned from a business stay in hie home CDmmunity in Ad Hall. Hon. J. K. Freeman left last week for a brief visit to the mountains in Kentucky. Two registered druggists serve you day and night at the Red Cross drug store. 11-tf. Miss Mabel Hewitt, of George- town is the guest of Mrs. Joe Bass in this city this week. Mr. Ben Henderson, of Ben t Arnold's leading citizens, was a business visitor in the city Satur- day. Misses Phelps and sister, Mrs. Johnson are making a visit among relatives in Caldwell this week. Miss Margarita Falkner of Oklahoma City is a ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 30 July 1914

1fi m i 1 i «r F*OPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AMENDING ARTICLE XI, SECTION id, OF THE CONSTITUTION—PROVID- ING FOR AUTHORIZING COUNTIES BORDERING ON THK GULF OF MEXICO TO BUILD SEAWALLS. 43. J. R. No. 22.) Senate Joint Resolution. Y* amend Section 7 of Article XI of tl e Constitution of the State of Texas, authorizing counties bordering on the Gulf of Mexico to build Bea-walls toy adding Section 7a, so as to authorize such counties to build sea-walls suttl designate sea-wall reclamation districts for the protection of life and property from storm overflow, and to build or condemn land for sea-wall and reclamation districts, the county to have State's title to the roads and bay shore line to low tide within the district, and the right to issue district bonds for acquiring and developing the district and building the aea-walls, .and when district is developed as townsite to sell such portions of the land as not reserved for public use by the count>\ Bb ia resolved by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

, . ?~ t or FOR O.—'3 n - SECTION ONE * CHRISTMAS EDITION * ONE TO EIGHT ■ The Cameron Official Organ Milam County Farmers Union Largest Circulation of any Paper in the County* Inty. avis, io!t> >ck am-- > w~'\ \ VOLUME 37 CAMERON, TEXAS, THU DEC. 16, 1915 NUMBER 33 HISTORY-CAMERON AND MILAM COUNTY To undertake to give a full and complete history of Milam county in the limited space available in this issue would be to attempt an impossibility. Many histories of Milam county have been written and published, some of them quite exhaustive and covering many de- tails of its early settlement and more modern growth and improve- ment, for a perusal of which we are indebted to County Clerk Jeff Kemp and Dr. Thomas A. Pope. These histories also give many biographical sketches of the men who settled and made Milam coun- ty—not only made the county a commonwealth, but made it pos- sible for later comers to enjoy what those old pioneers wrested from the Indian and the wilder- ness. Now...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

PL. fr>} v M -i ; : • *• B. :-.r .t— BE E R "PURE AS THE SUN'S RAYvS" A DELICIOUS GLASS OF BEER Pure For Luncheon, Dinner or as a Bracer And Pleas* nt Beverag'e There Is Nothing' * Like A Glass of J i HI m I 1 AN IN< PRC Not I the uj Hi an a<lequ| poses.1 Call nate i| was the (I Light| with Crawl J no. capit^ yer; ware I ital paid open cateil In ia as (il bougl planj a I on J lOOt] 11111111 preeJ f it-till el <1J pan J eronl remJ 811(1 nectl wit II der SI l< il| 1 lie t lie inlil f^"'| fy injq Coll 'I eon stal Llaf me erll inel tli if -v, ue I'll vol Itel P'l eql liJ wl in| «ll eif oil ef] eil °l o| hi HOUSTON/TEXAS "m r-'.: Jm' \ 1 "> ' ' «./. v'; ' . V. NO ORDERS SOLICITED AND NO SHIPMENTS MACE IN VIOLATION Or TEXAS LAWS '•J ,iir ik MBSHHEWWro !vm,: ':2m' L ' mw MmwM 1. h %

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

1 CAMERON WATER. POWER & U6HT CO. AN INSTITUTION THAT HAS BEEN PROMINENT IN THE UPBUILD- ING OF CAMERON 1 Nothing is more essential to the upbuilding of a town or city tliau a wholesome, palatable and idequate supply of water for ingoing and all domestic pur- poses. Cameron is particularly fortu 11 ate in this respect. This matter wa.s looked after, when in 189* the Cameron Water, Power & Light Company was organized with the following stockholders* Crawford & Crawford, bankers; Jno. M. Hefley, banker; C. H. Yoe, capitalist; T. S. Henderson, law- yer; Lawrence & Smith, hard- ware merchants. Authorized cap- ital stock, f50,000, with |17,500 paid in. The plant was originally operated from a steam plant lo- cated on the banks of the river. In 1900 the light plant of the Tex- as Gin & Compress Co. was bought and moved to the pumping plant and operated from that site along with the water plant until 1!*04, when, owing to the great number of overflows during the precedi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

1 I ft $■ i 1 '■ (i ■ * v ^ i/' u * m HISTORY (Continued frotp page 1) growth seldom enjoyed by towns of itn size. It has never had what might he termed a boom, but ban gradually grown in size and population until now she numbers in the neighborhood of 7,000 in- habitants, and is considered one of the very best trading poiuts in Cen I rul Texas." In J SHI the San Antonio and Aransas pass railway was built through Milam county, giving to •both Cameron and Rochdale quite a boost on the path of prosperity, and neither town has been slow to avail itself of the added bene fit. Today there are hardly two liver towns, Size considered, in the state. While there is a keen rivalry between the two, the rela- tions between the two Httle cities is of the friendliest. . Everybody in Cameron seems to know every- body in Rockdale, and vice versa. ,A citizen of one town seems to be as much at home in tLc other as in his own. This seema due to the fact that botji towns are first and last for Milam co...

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