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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 25 July 1918

,n # 3 3 * O r>r. ' l a The Store Ahead Wtl APPKf MFE YOUR OROffRY BUSINESS JIM NEINAST Phone 264. Cameron, Texas itmcron Cameron State Bank oiitpttui $311,000 frurplufl llrufitB £30.HUB Cameron, - • Texas VOLUME 41 CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1918- RUFUS HARDY DE- FENDS HIS RECORD Congressman Delivers Address To Enthusiastc Crowd Here Monday Night. tlm TRAGIC DEATH OF A Y0DN6 WOMAN Ve: After a few well chosen words by District Judge John Watson who introduced Hon. E. A. Camp of Rockdale, last Monday night this distinguished gentleman paid a glowing tribute to the rec- ord and standing of the speaker of the evening, Congressman Rufus Hardy. "Mr. Hardy is a man my friends who has stood behind the president" said Mr. Camp. He made reference to the indorsement of A. S. Bur- leson and in a few remarks Mr. Camp stirred the crowd with a good potriotic speech. He said: ' "My friends this is no time for politics or for aspiring politicians, Milam county has sent over...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 25 July 1918

* About that PRESCRIPTION Every Prescription Gets My Personal Attention I! Palace Drug Store T. J. Avera, Prop. Phone 2. i ' STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If 1 ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. 1 found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard THEDFORD'S Buck-draught recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all th^iime. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from i'ne sys- tem. This medicine *ho ld be i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 25 July 1918

)1 • 1. Ask Those Who Have Bought THE NEW STUDEBAKER LIGHT SIX A car built to meet the demands of the most exacting. Has everything the high priced car has and is priced in reach of the man in modern circumstances. The new Studebaker cars in three models embody our long experience to- gether with the latest and greatest achievements of some of the ablest and most experienced engineers and production experts in the automobile industry. These cars are new throughout, with improved motors, intermediate trans- mission, new axles, bodies, tops, windshields, radiators, hoods, etc. They are beautiful in design, thoroughly modern and mechanically right. The LIGHT-FOUR $1125 The LIGHT-SIX $1585 The BIG-SIX $1985 All prices f. o. b. Detroit, subject to change without notice. J. . MICHALKA Phone 507. Cameron, Texas COURT HOUSE NEWS Items of interest gathered from the Milam County Capitol: MARRIAGE LICENSES The following were issued this week: J. F. Baldrige and Nettie Lou Stigall. E. 0. Small ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 25 July 1918

it U ■ THE CAMERON HERALD Published every Thursday THE TERRELL PUBLISHING COM'P'Y. Entered in the post office at Cameron, Taxas, as mail-matter of the second class, under an act passed by Congress March 3rd. 187S. Subscription per year.. Payable in Advance. .$1.00 Thos. N. Herring, Local Manager. Since the Germans started their last "great drive" they haven't gotten anywhere worth bragg'ng about. If we could not differ from a man politically and still be his friend personally, we would be ashamed to ask an honest man to vote for us. Political ingratitude is as rep- rehensible as personal ingrati- tude, and any kind of ingrati- tude is about the most repre- hensible of all sins. The Houston Post thinks Arthur Guy Empey has made enough money out of the heroism he has exhibited to warrant his return to the trenches. In other words, the Post's idea is for Empey, O'Brien et al. to go back and get a fresh stock. We think ourself that their stories would read better if they would write a l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 25 July 1918

I • >) ' m * m Let Us Supply your needs in the Grocery line. We have all the necessities and our prices are in line. J. D. Morton Phone 90. ++++++++++++++++ + + + LOCAL AND PERSONAL + + + + Items of Interest Gathered + + Here and There + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Lawless Green, is visiting in Austin. —o Hugh Hefley is here from Oklahoma. A. J. Dossett was down from Waco yesterday. —o— Mrs. Martha Shepherd is on a visit to Chilton. Mrs. John Newton of Austin is a guest in the city. Bob Davis of Tracy, was a Cameron visitor Saturday. (V—— H. M. White of Minerva was here Tuesday on business. Mrs. Blacklock returned Tues- day to her home Fort Worth. ■—o Miss Lalla Meyers left Tues- day for Loekhart to visit friends. Miss Annie Stallsworth spent Tuesday in Giddin^s on business. Wm. Meyer of Rockdale, spent Monday here on business, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Batte, Jr., returned Wednesday from Hous- ton, Repairs that are right, at the right price. 9 J. J. Parma. Ralph Chambers is a patient i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 25 July 1918

w « jpmrtmiOOOOOOniWtWqfflWrWOqoqOOOOOOOOOOeOeOWHOOCMWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPOOOOOOOOOOOOBOOOBO'BPDOBBBBOOOOBOPBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOeOOBBOOOOOOCWOOOC \tr VOTE FOR JIM CHADWICK '<* CoT^S±,enden' He will appreciate your support and will continue to render efficient service. . • FOUR THOUSAND MEN WANTED BYY.M.C. A. Thorough Canvass Being Made Get Available Workers Over 31. To "Men, and still more men — rmen over draft f-ge, strong men, T men who can smile when they - are half dead with fatigue, who <can give a human handshake in No Man's Land to our fighters" —this is the call being sent out by the National War Work Coun- cil through the recruiting com- mittees of the Young Men's 'Christian Association in the big drive for 4,000 additional work- ers in France. v":*You must come across" is the challenge which the recruit- ing committee is giving to the middle-aged men of America, The Jocal recruiting committee is making a thorough canvass of this territory to get availa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 25 July 1918

a L OUR FORD SERVICE STATION EXIDE BATTERY SERVICE STATION AJAX TIRE SERVICE and ^o^YkrAR TIRE DEPARTMENT v are tHe features of our in- stitution aI*\vC| we most respectfully solicit your Patronage. .Vw.VWAVVVAVrtM.VyWAfWAWi CHAMBERS-HEFLEY >M0T0R COMPANY. iWVWWttWWVWWVVVVyWNVW^ Law Regarding Carrier Pigeons. In connection with the frequent presence in this section of car- rier pigeons being used by the Air Service, the attention of ev- erybody is invited to public Law No. 184, of the 65th Congress, which went into effect on April 19, 1918, and which reads as follows: (Public—No. 134—G5th Con- gress.) (S. 3980.) An act to prevent interference with the use of the homing pig- eons by the United States, to provide a penalty for such inter- ference, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representaiives of the United States of America in Congress Assembled, That it be, and it hereby is, declared to be unlawful to knowingly entrap, capture, shoot, kill; posse...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 25 July 1918

I \ X ooooogopoooooooeoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocoooooa Is our "HOBBY." We do our own work—Do it correctly, do it promptly and satisfy our customer. Our shop is as close as your phone, our number is CITY TAILOR SHOP Phone 50. CHas. C. SmitH ENGLISH WOMAN HAD SUFFERED 40 YEARS Tiled Every Kind of Treatment Here and Abroad But Got No Relief Until She Took Tanlac. "Tanlac has really worked wonders in my case," said Mrs. Hilary Higgins, 519 North Ochoa •treet. El Paso, Texas, recently., "Mrs Higgins is a native of En^ -JbncUuul iww.yjaitin«r in^bervifl^ workers for this service. W. A. ,'Seott is chairman of the State recruiting, while the work in the ■: Southern States is being carried an at the Southern departmental offices at San Antonio. ^Herbert L. Pratt, vice presi- dent of the Standard Oil Com- pany and chairman of the com- mittee on recruiting, has issued this statement: "The committee is looking for fire following types of men: "About 2,400 secretaries, whose duties woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

& 1 CHRISTMAS ISSUE University of Texas ®jc(Satttemi Herald VOLUME NO. 81. ESTABLISHED 1860 CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1941. NUMBER 86. "T ■ jy ■ ■ Wfi'W? W >'*2w' r -m rf ?.(*■ frftWSSflUi A CAROL FOR CHILDREN By OGDEN NASH O0 rent you, merry Innocents Let nothin* you dismay, T* nothing wound an eager hear> Upon thl* Ch l*tm«i" day Your* he the genial holly wreath*, The rtoekings and the tree; An aged world to ynu bequeath* ft* own forjrotten alee. Soon, soon enough tome crueler gifts, The anger and the tear*t Between you now there sparsely drifts A handful yet of yean* Oh, dimly, dimly slows the star Throunrh the eleetric throne; The bidding in temple and bazaar Drowns out the silver song. it. ' • «'? ** ' f^Py* t ' • ^ 'v.''* ! ... , gt, * $ reSi'-- - • s "f ^ Jt Battel The ancient altars smoke afresh. The aprtent Idols stirs Faint in t^e reek of bnrning flesh Sink frankincense and myrrh. Gnspar, Balthuzar. Melchior' Where ere your offerings no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

A Christmas Eve on the Old Frontier By AUSTIN CALLAN Calvert, Texas. (Copjrtsht. 1941, by the Southwest Magaiine Co.) ^LXTY-FIVE years ago West Texas was a sparsely settled country. Roving bands of Indians con- tinued to raid over a wide area. The chain of forts built from Red river to Rio Grande for protection of settlers were still occupied, and one of the most important was Fort McKavett, situated on the headwaters of the San Saba river in what is now Menard county. Across the river from this fort was a little village called "Scab Town." In spite of the noxious name, it was the liveliest settlement on the Texas frontier. Men lived there who later were foremost in establishing the Texas cattle industry. Such familiar names in cow circles as Tankersley, Henderson, Mann and Moss, were familiar in and around "Scab Town." Old-timers remember a Christmas Eve celebration held in "Scab Town" in 1875. Pioneers attended the event from Port Concho, Fort Chadbourne, Fort Lancaster and surrou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

1 CURRENT COMMENT By A STAFF EDITOR (Coprrilht. Ml. by the SouLb««t Co.] The Season's Greeting i\ERRY CHRISTMAS! Does that sound a little odd this year? How can we be merry in a world that seems utterly to re- fuse the message of Christmas, "Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men?" "Why," someone may say, "the world isn't a bit better than it was 1940 years ago!" Is that true? It is not neccssary to go back to the first Christmas to check that statement. Just review the litera- ture back a generation. Read the pathetic Christmas stories writ- ten by Charles Dickens and others. Those stories were bent on calling atten- tion of the well-to-do to the fact-that the suf- fering poor were all about them. Child beg- gars wistfully peered in windows to glimpse just a little of the brightness, joy and beauty of a home at Christmas time. All public aid for the poor was stig- matized by calling the recipients, pau- pers and the institutions, alms houses. Even religious organizations were slow and la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

BRIEF TEXAS NEWS-from Over the State J utotvq n TTTTVD nrmpo WORKERS UNEARTH $300 State highway workmen unearthed, near Houston, an old sack that contain- ed $300 in gold and silver coins, all bearing dates earlier than 1900. BURGLAR PREFERRED EGGS TO MONEY A burglar broke into a Dallas cafe, took four dozen eggs and ignored the money in a cash register. ALlrNEGRO JURY An all-negro jury, believed to be the first in the State, was impaneled at Cor- pus Christi in the trial of Owen Jack- son, negro, charged with slaying an- other negro. ELECTRIC FARM SERVICE INCREASE The number of farms in Texas receiv- ing central station electric service has increased from 11,406 to 98,000 in the last seven years, the Rural Electrifica- tion Administration reported. COUGHS UP 8-INCH STRING Ray Steel, age 13, near Tyler, cough- ed up an 8-inch string that had been in his right lung 12 years. Previous to expelling the string, Ray had slight hemorrhages and was in ill health. Now he is gaining weight a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

fra. Iin- fen 10- *as |nae 20 It he iv's lea tch- in fade ■1 ry 1,000 I'l he iree K In a •tit i - Ilia fur fnme was [CH lor prior. I noar |h by CMti- I wo him .L AS s in each loons ,'hii'h liihlos hut led to TO ho to loii't," Mil pie |d his Dr. Iild no |\vnul(i Iwould |b;in a jtorni, It of a ITMAS ltd! of flit toe. Hills- shop- |apors, civic. I he de- l'rom wide- lularl.v lure of lie of "We |)\v 1 he most, et are IKS ii that to tfo taiiees s par- 'ubbcr seuta- Mltiflll lot of luring stores .sup- failing hner A LITTLE Beginner Mandy Johnson; "Ain't yo* son too young to jine de army?" Eliza Jackson: "He's tol'able young but he's jinin' up wid de infantry fust." Hasty Diagnosis The doctor told the movie actress that she was run down and needed a change. "A change?" said she. "Do you know that during the last 18 months I've had three husbands, two divorces, four cooks and seven landlords ? What oth- er change can you suggest?" Technicality 'Stop pulling that cat's Mother: tail." Sonny: ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

TEXAS FARM NEWS REPORTS *£ ¥'~ i 1$ The first commercial tung nut crop for Southeast Texas is estimated at 500 tons. There is no tung oil mill in Texas, but the product may be sent to Louisiana where several mills ure in operation. An ordinary turnip seed planted in Dawson county produced a turnip which weighed G pounds and 11 ounces, and measured 25,tyg inches around, according to report. J. E. Pearsons, Grand Sa- line, (Van Zandt county), has found that planting vetch and turning it under increases his yield of crooked neck cane by more than 35%. So far as is known, the first registered cattle in Hopkins county were brought in re- cently when Tom Riley Lind- ley, dairyman living west of Sulphur Springs, purchased three head of registered Milk- ing Shorthorn cattle. These cattle are said to be noted for both milk and beef. Two young heifers and one young bull were bought. A report on the cotton spinning industry for a re- cent month shows 104,662,- 016 active spindle hours in the S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

Our Boys and Girls At'NT MARY, Editor, 1809 Ashland, Fort Worth, Te*as. VIA THE Zifqwt BETWEEN ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO The ZIPPER—first to leave St. Louis .. whisks you to Chi- cago in 4 hours, 55 miiiutes. Lv.St. Louis 0:50 a. in. Ar.Chicago li-lS p.m. TTZThioht travel^ THE JKfettfJI'ntghf Lv. St. Louis 12:23 a.m. Ar. Chicago V 7:1© a. ill. Consult any railroad ticket agent or write C&EI H.J!., 1101 Texas Hank Hldtf., Dallas, Texas C&EI six the the CHRISTMAS IN COAL MIN- ING TOWN The infinite glory of Christmas is Madrid's! Not the Madrid of war- torn Europe but the peaceful little New Mexican coal min- ing hamlet nestling among the hills in the northern part of t hat Republic, about miles from Waldo, on Santa Fe main line. It is a far cry from arenas of strife and turmoil to this village of coal mines, where the meaning of Christ- mas is exemplified in such a true Christian spirit. For this year the 400 coal miners and their families again plan a Christmas party to which the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

Don't Forget! Karo (Blue Label) is delightful sweetening for cereals If you want your family to really enjoy their hot cereal in the morning, sweeteo it with Karo (Blue Label)! Karo makes cereals so tempting,so appetizing. And mothers! Give your children Karo in their milk—a delightful sweetening — and it greatly in- creases the food-energy value of the milk. BLUE LABEL KARO IS RICH IN DIXTRINS, MALTOSE AND DEXTROSE 4ood-C«m*w £*90* MAKE THIS A SAFE CHRISTMAS "The American home is particularly vulnerable to ac- cidents of all kinds during the Christmas and New Year holi- days," warns Mrs. Chester E. Edwards, chairman of the safety division of the General Federation of Women's Clubs. "But," she adds, "if reason- able care is taken, additional holiday hazards may be avoid- ed." She suggests that wom- en in homes all over the coun- AVIATION MUST HAVE TRAINED WORKERS Aircraft Manufacturing OFFERS YOU • A Career • Steady Employment Faroirhted men re rapidly enter- in* thin new field whic...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

Us t* ■ nMwmmmseMm ®IjC (Cameron M era UJ VOLUME NUMBER 81. CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1941. TRAILS. . a challenge to Youth NUMBER 36 By J. B. WHITE From an Address to Graduates of Buckholts High School The Trails of Life, far flung and romantic with great adventure, lead away tonight to the ends of the earth and the radiance of Youth lights the journey so well begun. The issue for you is staked upon unfor- seen events. The Philosopher tells us that in every Human Being there is Divinity and High Destiny. Strive to carry with you each day this transcending re-assurance. , When we think of Trails the natural and instinctive impression is that of visible routes of travel. We think also of growing a3 a plant. The track followed by a hunter, an Indian footpath or road. A road made by Indians traveling. $ Tonight we may well think figuratively, a circumstance leading to an objective or ultimate goal. Pursuit may well define the Philosophy of that quest upon whic...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

I I r"* " - naky and Buggy, Too, Is This Job But She Loves It Woman Has Many Duties As Husband's Assistant At Saguaro Monument. TUCSON, ARIZ.—She stuffs news- Cpers under the screen doors to ep out scorpions; feeds under- nourished Gila monsters; operates a short-wave radio transmitter; helps answer the questions of 20,000 visi- tors on the desert without electricity, telephone or a bathroom. Most women wouldn't care for such a life but Mrs. Don W. Egermayer, wife ot the custodian of Saguar Nation- al monument in Arizona, loves it. As Honorary Custodian Without Pay she shares a husband's duties and takes over competely when he is away on inspection trips or fight- ing forest flres. No Time to Get Lonesome. It is no job for a woman who is afraid to stay alone for several days and nights at a stretch, or who goes •11 a-flutter at the thought of insects •nd reptiles. The monument, 17 miles east of Tucson, fairly teems With wild life, and Uncle Sam says ■one of it can be harmed. If a ra...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

Wn HOLIDAY HOSTESS HINTS A large, festive cake will con- fer upon any Christmas banquet a Yuletide air that is quite dis- tinctive. Individual cakes help, too. • • • When carving turkey, first cut through the leg, crack the joint, and then disjoin the leg from the turkey. Cut the breast in medium thick slices, not in chunks. Use a sharp knife. * * * Turnips make an excellent gar- nish. Cook until tender, cool and scoop out the insides. Spread with butter and fill with cubed, sea- soned beets. Reheat and surround the fowl platter. • • • If you spill pumpkin filling over the edge of the crust it is likely to burn during baking. Avoid this by pouring only part of the filling into the crust, put it in the oven, then pour in the balance of the filling. Christmas Party "Annie," the gentle chimpanzee of the Philadelphia zoo, certainly seems to enjoy her pre-Christmas party. Her favorite gift—of course —was her toy "monkey doll" First Christmas Tree In Strassburg, Germany, in 1604, the flrs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 18 December 1941

I i ' J ; Vj; Christmas Customs Based on Tradition Many of the Christmas customs familiar to Jmeriran* today had their origin far hark in history, linti wveral of our favorite cu+ Inmn icerr started many years age in explained in the articles below. C.hr stmas Cards Credit for the creation of the orig- inal Christmas card is given, by some, to Sir Henry Cole, who, in 1346, suggested the idea to J. C. Iforsley of London. Or.e thousand cards, printed by lithography and colored by hand, were published. It was in 1869 that tie c?rds first be- came a major problem for delivery. Sun I a Claui and St. Kick Patron saint of children, mer- chants and mariners in Russia, Greece and Naples, Santa Claus can traee his origin to this spirit, St. Nickolas, in whose honor femst days have been held for centuries. A San Claus day was formerly ob- served by New York Dutch settler* and later combined with Christmas. Christmas Gifts ■ \ Mmm Wassail Bowl For many centuries, good wishes have been expressed...

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