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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

'* * rii* JOHNSON EXCLUSIVE JEWELER THE CAMERON GIFT STORE I S IN READINESS to serve you—the thoughtful Christmas shopper, and we extend to all a cordial invitation to call and inspect our Holiday stock Because you are content to give only the best, you will select your gifts here, where for twenty-five years the highest standards have prevailed, and whether your gifts are large or small the thoughtfuiness which prompted you to select them at Johnson's cannot fail of appreciation. Never before was our stock quite so varied and complete as it is to-day, and if your gifts are selected here the recipient will be doubly pleased, for they will know you wanted them to have the best. The list below is intended to convey a definite idea of some of the attractive gifts you will find here: Watches Are Appropriate Gifts In Watches for men we carry the Howard, Elgin, Waltham, Hamilton, Illinois, South Bend, Ingersoll, and others. Heie you will find a large stock to select from, in all grades fr...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

HARD TO DESCRIBE STYLE ) h ^Matter It Exceedingly Difficult to Do- fine, Chiefly Because It Is 80 Intangible. What makes a woman stylish? Ap- plied to dress, style is a curiously elu- •Ive quality, either to define or to ac- quire, says a writer tn Good Health. "A stylish garment!" wo say, o£ one amade Id the fashion of the day. But when we ask, "What is the style ol the garment?" we are inquiring for a de- scription that may be of this year's style, or last year's, or of the last cen- tury's. A dress may be "in style" so far as its material, cut and trimming *0, and yet not look stylish when worn, either because if. 1b worn by the wrong person or in tbo wrong way. "A styliBh woman," we say, of one di^tosed a la mode, and yet in the next breath we describe another woman as "good style," although she Is not wear- ing the latest fabrics or newest cut, And often is not herself beautiful. Style Is not a simple quality, but a -compound one. "We say style," says an old writer, "of anythin...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

m PRE -INVENTORY REMEMBER Sale Commences SATURDAY Morning At 8t30, Dec. 18 REMEMBER Sale Commences SATURDAY Morning At 8t30, Dec. 18 COMMENCES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18 W :i% % AND WILL LAST TWO WEEKS. After the first of January we take stock. We will make prices so interesting on Reliable Merchandise during' this sale that we will have reduced our stock very much before taking inventory. This sale is positively g'otten up to reduce our larg'e stock; it does not matter how much we lose on merchandise during' this g'reat event. Below we name a few of our SPECIAL PRICES But we have hundreds more which space and time do not permit to enumerate. We invite you to come and see all the goods on sale, marked in plain fig'ures on the Red Tag's. All Wool Velvet Rugs 27x54 Special price $ 1 • 25 $2 Corsets special 98c $1 Corsets special 49c Mens' Guaranteed soled leather bootees, 17 styles. All prices and Extra Good values. Mens' $4 and $5 Patent Leather Dress shoes.. $2.50 Mens' $3.50 and $4.00 D...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

5= 1 I / I ! t- i 1 I I P I u HOME OF MAYOR E. P. LESTER Mr. Santa Glaus Is no junk man. He doesn't like to cart around a lot of senseless Gifts. Why not tell Kim to bring Presents both Handsome and Usesul. We have just that kind here. Look tbem over. "COMFY" House Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Handsome Kid Gloves for Men and Women, Monogram handkerchiefs for men and women. New Crepe De Chine and holiday Packages of handkerchiefs. A large selection of Men's bath and Lounging Robes. New Woolen Gloves for the whole family. Dark Gray and Navy smoking jackets for men. In Men's neck wear, as usual we have a big new show- ing. Handbags and suit cases are desirable presents. We lead in this line. For the home, we have, in Rugs, Table linens Napkins, Curtains and Counterpanes a complete line. We know what He likes. Let us help you make your selec- tion. Our offering are the lat- est and most attractive of their kind. I. J. BUSKIN iSONS Cameron - - - - - Texas BILL ALEX BONDS Just "Bill...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

fSection Seven CHRISTMAS EDITION Forty-eig'ht to Fifty-six The Cameron herald Official Organ Milam County Farmers Union Largest Circulation of any Paper in the County VOLUME 37 CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1015 NUMBER 33 5 J 'i THE HERALD'S LOCAL NEWS SECTION PASTOR CAMERON CHRISTIAN CHURCH Cornelius A. White, pastor of the Christian church, is recently of Rockdale. Two years ago Mr. White left San Saba and Richland Springs where he was pastor, and accepted the Rock- dale work. He was born in Mis- sissippi and came to Texas in 1899 and while he has been re- peatedly called to places which would take him from the borders of the Lone Star State, he has declined all offers, and preferrs to live in Texas. Mr. White is a forceful speak- er, a consecrated worker, and the people of Cameron welcome he and his family to the city. The Upton County Round-Up suggests State Senator J. C. Mc- Nealus as a candidate for gover- nor. Mack modestly acknowled- ges the compliment, but is in no moo...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

CAMERON GROVE NUMBER 996 TJie Woodmen Circle had been organized nearly two years in Cameron before a Charter was granted but this guarantee of rights was secured Apr. 4th 1912, and the name and number as- signed being Cameron Grove No. 996. The growth of the Circle has been constant and the mem- bership now number 37 and thirty five thousand dollars in- surance is carried. At the last meeting of Tuesday afternoon of this week the officers were elect- ed. Mrs. Laura Seibel, Clerk, Mesdames Daisy Caldwell, Etta Weems and Annie Mae White, and Drs. S. A. Epperson and J. L. Denson, medical examiners. ilffirttfivii Coming sTO= CAMERON WED., DEC. 22nd THe Treat o f the Season Tlios. Wiedemann PRESENTS "The Cli/\ at The Wheel" With the largest Company ever here, a high-class mor- al and refined show for the Children and Ladies and the best musical companies with 50 -PEOPLE- 50 Band and Orchestra Don't Miss this Show ONE NIGHT ONLY UNDER CANVAS Big Band Concert at Noon THE LADIES OF THE MACC...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

PER COPY CASH For THIS SPECIAL ■W'z; & it} E&vC\v,. \% C. HENRY RUBY THE ATHENIAN LITERARY SOCIETY The Athenian Literary Society of the Cameron High School met Tuesday night with a good at- tendance. This society is the parental factor in debating work in our city. Up to the present we have three county champion- ships in declaiming and two county championships in debat ing with the district champion- ships to cap it all. If you have a boy in high school urge him to join us. We mean business and we do business. We are pro- gressing so fast that it may be seen as well as by outsiders. The program for last meeting was as follows: Each member answer roll call with a quotation from William Jennings Bryan. Declamation by Claude Triggs. Debate: Resolved That Compul- sory Military Drill Should be Es- tablished in All High Schools. Affirmative Ben Baskin and Clif- ton Rogers. Negative John Henderson and Nat Woffard. The affirmative won by a vote of three to nothing. There being no f...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

uxrtF .wyrTyy*, a I fl II r I " #5 V, -li^i I: i! i i i I Is 3 $*, . it 1 I 4: I 1 * I' i f 1 1 "V Whenever You Need • General Toole Take Grove'# t The Old Standard Grove'* Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesofQUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Rnriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. IN PRAISE OF THE ONION J. E. Arnold, D.V.S BEN ARNOLD, TEXAS Calls Answer d. DAY or NIGHT Burl ingtonTele- phone Exchange No. 68 Crystal Cafe Pringle & Jones, Prop The best of Every thing to eat. Located near the Santa Fe OPEN Day •ff.lht M. G. COX LAWYER Cameron, Texas. WHEN YOU * Feel tired and faged out, why call around and let us serve you with a bottle or a glass of beer. Always Fresh Give us a Call The Silver King L. H. POSEY, Proprietor of the choicest kinds, the best cold beer on tap and in bottles. F. A. Black JETER LUMBER CAMERON iv f;*r: -r Dr. G. B. Taylor Specialist...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

'V * * <* V 4 *4 A CHRISTMAS AFTER THIRTEEN YEARS Thirteen years is a long time but just that time has been spent in perfncting my business. Then after the lapse of thirteen years, in which 1 have labored in an effort to g'ive the people one of the best grocery stores in this country, I meet you this Yuletide season with a grateful heart and extend you the season's greeting's. 1 trust the coming year will bring you happiness and prosperity. We are in posi- tion to save you money and at the same time give you the best good and best ser- vice. Look over these prices and give me a trial. I'll save you 10 to 20 per cent Highest Patent Flour my price a sack Bridal Wreath Flour my price per sack Pearless Flour; good grade I sell a sack for 5 gal. Best Oil my price is 5 gal. Second Grade Oil my price is 6 oz. Bottle Garrett Snuff my price per bottle is.... $1.70 $1.55 $1.50 75c 60c 20c 1 lb. Brown Mule Tobacco 35c or 3 lb for 3 lb. Box Lump Starch I sell it for 15 lbs. Best Rice I sell ...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

1* I II \\\- I j: I 4 >11 rl ! 1 I 1 I 'I I V i i r i i I II a MILAM COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY The Milam County Medical Society met in regular quarter- ly session and the last meeting of the year, in the K. of P. hall, Cameron, Texas. The house was called to order by the Presi- dent; the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved First order of the business session was the election of of- ficers for the ensuing year and as follows. President., Dr. Tay- lor; vice president, Dr. W. R. Newton; Sec. & Treas., Dr. El- bra Monroe. Drs. Coulter, of Rockdale, and Dr. Lee of Thorn- dale were elected the two new censors. Dr. Rischar, was elect- ed delegate to the State meeting, and Dr. A. S. Epperson, alter- nate, which meets in Galveston, on the 9, 10, and 11 of next May. The regular program was ta- ken up as follows: 1. Systematic Disease as a great disturbance to the Eye, by Dr. G. B. Taylor, of Cameron. 2. Malaria and report of Cases, t>y Dr. A. S. Epperson of Camer- on. 3....

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

.f a es oc 101 Have You Attended Our 60th Semi-Annual Clearance Sale? TEMPLE'S Oldest Store BENTLEY'S TEMPLES Busiest Store For thirty years we have conducted our Semi-Annual (Season's End) Sales in January and Aug'ust, the same being' the custom of the leading' Department Stores throug'hout the South, these sales are the two great bargain events of the year. But this--our 60th. Semi-Annual Clearance sale has a g'reater meaning' than our previous sales. It means that you can obtain seasonable merchandise at prices that g'enerally prevail in January and February. Thousands of dollars worth of brig'ht new merchandise and desirable wearables in an advance sale at Season's End prices such as can not be had after the holidays at any price. If for any reason you cannot attend this sale, mail' us your order. We have experienced people in charg'e of our mail order department, who looK after your wants. All mail orders that do not meet with your approval may be re- turned at our expense. - ■...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 16 December 1915

«1 J. J | £ a t- • I fH m S.'t &&!■ f,Jrv: $3- mm*- |f. 4 § CHRISTMAS SALE =——=== AT ===== CHEEVES' BROTHERS BIG STORE t>a>X THE SQUARE ON'T ruin the jolly Christmas Spirit by over anxiety in trying' to decide what to buy for "Him" or "Her/' Come to our Holiday Feast of good things to wear, and let us help you decide. Our store is in Holiday attire and everybody who is looking for gifts can find any number of choice things here that will be appreciated and "just the thing. Men and Young Men's Clothing For The Holidays Why not make yourself a Christmas present of a New Suit of Clothes? You'll be well dressed for Christmas if you buy one of our new up-to-date swagger suits. Our Suits and Overcoats show a per- fection of fit, a superiority of workman- ship, a marked individuality of style, and coupled with moderate prices, they make a combination hard to beat. Men's Suits $8.50 to $ 15*00 $15.00 Suits reduced to $ 12.5Q $ 18 to $20 suits reduced $15.00 ROYAL BRAND Boys' S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 11 May 1916

W. J. 'RnttTfl 7 '17 o o o o Official Organ Milam County Farmers Union HERALD Official Organ of tHe City of Cameron VOLUME 38 CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1916 NUMBER 2 NEWS FROM THE COURT HOUSE FOR THIS WEEK In the GRAND JURY REPORT The State of Texas 1 County of Milam J District Court of Milam Coun- ty, Texas. Aprii term, A. D. 1916. To the Honorable J. C. Scott, Judge of said court:. We the Grand jury, duly sworn, empannelled and charged at the April term of the District Court of Milam County, Texas, to inquire into and true present- ment make of all violations and infractions of the penal laws of this State, committed within the body of this County, having completed our labors, beg to make this final report, towit: We have been in session 6 days, and have examined 160 witnesses and have returned into your Honorable Court 16 bills of in- dictment. We have visited and inspected the County jail and find the same to be properly kept in a sanitary condition. We desire to commend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 11 May 1916

'' i) |«111111H n | |tTW For Infants and Children. ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. AYegelablt? Preparalion forAs- similaiing the Food and Re^ula ting (Jtc Stomachs amiBowusoi' ll.'j jl.'U-tJ Jilllillll'l Promotes DigeattonJChfcrfu!- ness and Rest-Contalns neUtur Opium .Morphine nor Mineral «ot Narcotic. fiacfJiutSetJ- JtZsmna * JUM/tMs- eSttd * MbUt* ItirmS Aperfect Remedy forConsftpfr tion, Sour Stomach.Dlarrhoei: Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of •The Centaur Compath; NEW YORK. Atb months old >5 DOSES ~35C'ENT5 Mothers Know That Genuine'Castoria Always Bears the Signature of l(jUfli*flnteed under the Food Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years CUSTOM The Cameron Herald INCORPORATED IERAID PUBLISHING CO - Publishers Subscription price per year $1.00 Six months subscription.. 50c Three months subscription......25c H. B. Terrell. Editor A. V. Smith, Local Manager Adeline C. Caldwell. Circulation Mgr. Up to this writing, none of the candi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 11 May 1916

Motoring' Made a Pleasure National Rubber Tire Filler Tire trouble absolutely done away with. The only perfect substitute for air. Makes tires wear from half again to twice for the milage. Tested out for 35,000 miles and found to be in per- fect condition. You can run your casing until it wears down Jo the last layer or fabric without fear of a puncture or blowout. No use to carry extra tire, pump or inner tubes. Absolutely the Greatest Automobile Accessory on the Market. Start your pleasure or business trip with the assurance that .you will not have any tire trouble which means the saving of time, money, disposition I WANT SOME GOOD HUSTLING AGENTS, UNTIL I GET THE AGENTS I WILL SUPPLY TIREFILLERS PERSONALLY. PHONE OR WRITE. J. S. BATTE, Cameron District Agent. Texas. Locals and Personals Dr. Jimmie Reed of Maysfiela was in Cameron Tuesday. Mr. Floris Criswell, was among the many visitors to Cameron. Two Ice Cream Cones for §c Sanitary Store. 2-tf. FOR SALE—Household ef- fects. W. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 11 May 1916

$30,000 BANKRU Bought in Bankruptcy at 65c on th^ AND TOGETHER WITH OUR ORIGINAL «Tot Nine O'clock More than $100,000 Worth of Dependable Mer< Ready-to-Wear, Millinery, Dry Goods, Shoes, I N TREMEND0USI |A Mig'hty Mercl The Greatest Sale Milam County Has Ever Known—a Sale that Concerns I Crowds on Opening Day, get your share of Bargains. Save while this wonder! 30 Days of Rapid Selling that Mea: Think of what it means—such a tremendous gigantic stock of goods to buy fror bought in the beginning of the season at such prices should and no doubt will, thousands who will profit by this colossal movement of merchandise. Reme BIG STORE, your old trading place. Remember it begins Saturc The Why of this Sale and How We Can Do It. The M. Lewis bankrupt stock of Rosen- burg jwhich has been brought here was bought by us in bankruptcy at 65c on the dollar, a price which in turn enables us to make our greatest price concessions. This stock amounted to $30,000.00. The ad- ding of such a stock ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 11 May 1916

T STOCK Of Rosenberg, Tex. ie D ollar has been Brought to Cameron fcR WILL GO ON SALE BEGINNING PROMPTLY WBm i 11 Merchandise, Consisting' of Womens and Childrens s, Mens and Boys Clothing' and Furnishings at I Y CUT PRICES chandise Event incerns Everybody Everywhere Within Buying Reach of this Big Store. Join the wonderful opportunity is before you. Remember the Opening day and come. bfeans Money Saved to Each Customer buy from—goods that you need right now, your every need of summer apparel bt will, fill Cameron's big store to overflowing, Be one of the hundreds, yes Remember, it's at RODDY BROTHERS, CAMERON'S aturday, May 13th, your neig'hbor will be here ne^l3§Kose pecial sale at pair 11 c 2 5c bleached turk- Womens 1 5c tap- 10c cheviots on 10c Bookfold ging- ish towels, special ed vests on sale at sale per yard at hams on sale at 1 2 each 21c each 8c only 8 1 -3c yards $ 1. or Hat Here and SAVE MONEY indard Prints, One counter wo- Women's 10c hand- Men's 10c hand- One counter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 11 May 1916

< 1^98 Twenty'slx Years of 6oo<1 Bank|n3 Servlce 1916 This Bank Is a Member of the New Federal System, The Best In The World. First National Bank. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $125,000.00 SHERIFF'S SALE. THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Milam. By Virtue of a certain Order of Sale Issued out of the Honorable District Court of McLennan County, od the 7th day of April 1916, by H. V. McClain, Clerk of the District -Court of said County against J. V. M,arak for the sum of Seven Thous- and and Five Hundred no|100 ($7500.00) Dollars and cost of suit, in cause No. 156 in said Court •tyled Rotan Grocery Company vs. Buckholts Mercantile Company et al, and placed in my hands for service, I, Allen Hooks as Sheriff of Milam County, Texas, did, on the 12th day of April 1916 levy on certain Real Estate, situated in Milam County, •described as follows, to-wit: 1st. tract all that certain piece or •mrcel of land situate lying and be- ng in the County of Milam, State of fexas, and described as follows: Jel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 11 May 1916

Gel; some New GARDEN lOOlS ITS MAR YltC HOW CAN YOU EXPECT YOUR GARDEN TO "GROW" UNLESS YOU HAVE OUR GOOD TOOLS WITH WHICH TO WORK IT? WORKING YOUR GARDEN WILL BE JUST FUN IE YOU LET US FURNISH YOU WITH NEW GARDEN- ING IMPLEMENTS. WE HAVE MANY "LABOR-SAVERS" FOR YOU WHICH WILL KEEP YOUR BACK FROM BREAKING WHEN YOU WORK YOUR GARDEN. COME SEE THEM; OUR GARDEN TOOLS ARE BEST; THEY STAND THE TEST. Tyson. Davis Co City Attorney Burns reported havinj? collected $780 delinquent tax and the council allowed a collection fee of ten per cent. < Other matters looking to the ! interest of the city was discuss- ! ed but nothing definite was done. There being no further busi- j ness the council adjourned. YARRELLTON NEWS OF THE WEEK COUNCIL MEETING The City Council met in regular session with all members pres- ent. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The following bills were order- ed paid out of the proper funds: Law-Sprinkel Co., $6.75; Light Co., $270.40; Texas Compan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 11 May 1916

ii t YOUNG FRIEND, WILL YOU GIVE ORDERS OR ONLY TAKE THEM? POVERTY IS NO BARRIER. YOU CAN SUCCEED. The one thing absolutely neces- sary to success is the rugged de- termination that makes a fellow grit his teeth, clinch his fist, and say "I can because I will!" Your place in the world depends not upon circumstances, but upon .you. Whether or not you will attain a high position in the work of your choiie; whether you will attain a hign position in the work of your choice; whether you will give orders or only take them; whether your pay will be "wages" or "salary"—all this depends upon your determination. First, last, and all the time, he wins that turns a resolute face to the grim old world, and answers its chal- lenge with an unflinching. "I can succeed." Every man that wills it can be a success. The supply of "average" work- men is usually greater than the demand. That is why the un- skilled live so often in dread of Idleness, with its specters of humiliation and discouragement. Th...

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