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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 3 November 1898

ly el Tf-xi < itfcr m m VOLUrtE XVII. NO. i . CAHERON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEHBER 3, 1808. WHOLE NUflBER 850. 1 T rionth after month we are climbing up over any previous selling we have ever done in Cameron, people want cheaper than they can get it elsewhere. If you think you have found something cheap, don't cheaper still. No* explanation but this. We have what the buy, but come on to us where you will find, it Staples. %. . 40. Yartls gbod Cctton Flannel St 00 1 00 i 00 1 00 r. oc 4 1 "2 2 7V8 n 40';' •'' Cotton checks 20 W " heavy outing 25f ; £"< ■ Ex tra good round thread checks Anchor pl'aid, the best chock made O^rbwnL'L, the heaviest hrown domestic C (3 yard'wide brown canvas .. .'■ ■ ■ Yajpd vtido clovcr bleach . 4c W- • '■*" gold modal bleach • 5c 9-4 PeppQrpll bleach sheeting... ;.. 15o Gaftd vfhit'e wool flannel 12>£ c Best oil-oloth made 10o 9 ,yartte AC A feather tick 75c Received this morniftg 11 pieces nioe styles in oalieo, '83 yards for 1. 00 mi* me 5hO^S ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 3 November 1898

m mgm ' U v li rpi*. ' I l i i ; U t THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1808. ^MrnmrnmimmsmsaamBm^am^a^mmeaasamat $IEl!F3Ld H ardware and Furniture Company | The careful cash buyer should not forget us when making purchases this season. It 4?' 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 the Least Money. This iswhat we do when purchasing for the Trade, and we expect the public generally to fy— follow the same example & % nntii ■ 'VEHICLES' " 7B tire now prepared' to quote the lowest 2 VV prices on standard goods in all the lines ^'handled by us, We have sold hundreds of vehicles since the beginning of the year, and at prices below ^ those asked by agencies. Our stock of BUGGIES. PHJ5T0NS AND SURRIES Is complete, and it is our determination .to save the trade money on these. Don't fail to get our prices before buying a Buggy, Hack, Surry or Phieton, Our goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 3 November 1898

TMB WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3.1808. h Notio« to Tax Ftfira 1 will uis«t the tax payers of Milam eouaty at the following place* aud dates for the purpose of eolleeting taxes of 1898: Batleyville, October 10th, 1898. Jones prairie, 44 11th, * Branchvllle, « 12 th, " llayefleld, •« 13th, " Burlington, " 16th, " Donahoe 41 17th, 44 DaviUa, •' lftth, 44 Lilac, 44 19th, 44 San Gabriel, 44 '20th, 44 Kotbfl, 4i 21st, 44 Tracy, 44 2Vd, 44 Gay Hill, 24th, 44 Salty, 44 26th, « Counlev, 44 26tb, u Pleasant Hill. 44 27th, « Rockdale, u 28-29, 14 Thorndnle, 4< 81st, 44 Milauo, November 2d, «• Game, 44 Sd, 44 Ben Arnold, 44 6th, 44 Knot paid by the last day of Jan- uarjY.lO per cent, will accrue. " John B. Wolf, Tax Collector, Mllaiu County, Texan. Houses to Bent. I have quite a number of cottages to rent, and cau till most any demand in regard to size and uumber of room*. For further particulars ap- ply to me at once. Mark ShuSleld. 6 2. 85.00 for a cjok stove, at Bry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 3 November 1898

'OZZZ. « !*# •Asa**,, vtogsm,, i T" THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, mmmwmbhmmmmm- !' , 11. 1 ""*■ TEXAS, THURSDAY, *«. -*—t « -♦ WW-.' * ♦?•«•' • NOVEMBER 3, 1S9S. . ? THfi CAMERON HERALD * fj itt O*0AU F. Mi: AN ALL V, JCdltur MIW. lbA BtikaeripUon, one f« r atSIDMUM Tltrae moptht,. • McANAIXt. A««oetata. ^ |1 SO 76 cento 60 euuto It 'ft it' t Bntered at tba I'oatoffloa at Okmeron, Ttxa« ■aeond-claaa mail matter. Democratic Ticket •I ■> {)• p-u w *' for amandmant to BaeUoa Mi of Artiela S, M Ida Constitution of Taaaa. relating to eompae- aatlon of mambara of the LaaUlattire. Agalaat tba amandmant to8aeUon 4,of Art*- ala 8, of tba Conatl tntton of tba Bute of Tax* - rotating to tba compeaaatUm of mambara of Lagtalatnra for Governor, Joseph D. Sayers. For Lieutenant-Governor, J. N Browning. For Attorney-General, T. 8. Smith. For Land Commissioner, Geo. W. Finger. For Treasurer, John W. Itobblna. For Comptroller, R. W. Finley. Superintendent Public Instruction. J. S; Kendall. Bailraad ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 3 November 1898

TW W -w-sp • Trlfi .. •ansjows \'w—m.wi t cfWPM WE&KUY ■W w«Mwrr-fr#lwmiWi HERALD: ■i. imnnpfnw ft' ARRIV tL8 AND DEPARTITREJS !W •?" >" 1. .„•, y—"T. FK TIM TABLIt J:'JO n. m :u u. m l 17 u. in - 1; 10 a. m. f> Ift p. m eiuOo. m Mo. . North, Mill,' No. 6 Sun ill, Mull, MO. 8 North, Umltert No. 7. ttoulii, Ulmltt'il No. 14, North, I. or ft 1 ... No. lit, South Local - • AHASSA8 PASS TIMRTAIU.lt. NO' 41> south ho una, duti here • • ::w a. m Mo 41. north bound, duo hi r>«. - - mo p. in. Trait) No 6u leaving Cameron dally ui 7 a in. carries pateonifere for Waoo an 1 Intermediate ). Hotiiriiinu leaves Wi point*. Waco at 4:110 p. m. PERSONAL MENTION. J. M. Woodson, \l. D„ practice lim; ited to dUeases of 10>e, Ear, Nope and Throat. At Cameron every Friday. Mr. Henderson Fowler visited Galveston last Sunday. £►. \V. Cheeves, of Temple, spent last Sunday in our city. Miss Leila Woolley is visiting friends in Yoakum this week. H. F. Baird, of San Gabriel, is serving on th...

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

v ■v i FHE WEEKLY HERALD* CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3/1608. Farm and Stock meat than that of any other tion. In EuUrope beef, pork mutton are twice ap.high aa \ i > i \\f I !# I 1:8 i Wnm Tajp runm m4 BaMb.l The Avarillo Live Stock Cham plot) saya "stock water is getting ▼ery scarce all over the Panhan die." One bushel of oorn will put as much fat on a hog as three bush els of oats; and one hundred pounds of eats will put as muoh growth on a pig as one hundred pounds of oorn. Both are good hog fpodf, but serve different purposes. The American people eat more meat than that of any other na - ~ r " •r-- ••" \L i«h: "mil and with us. and .the common people twice as poor. ' The French "utiliz- ing ffoeir broken( down horses for a meat supply, and even this does not ^ring the prioia within the reaoh of the oommot),_people Farmers from different parts oi! the State tell us that the amount of oo^njto;be planted ^eyt year will be less than for several years r past; that there wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 3 November 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1898. THE Texas Gin and Compress 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. 3VL 3xr *'ROU NEW ZEALAND. Reeftou, New Zealand, Nov. 23, '06. I aw very pleased to state that since 1 took the agency of Chamber- lain's medicines the sale has been very large, more especially of the Cough Remedy. In two years I have sold more of this particular remedy than of all other makes for the pre- vious Ave years. As to its efficacy, 1 have been informed by scores of per- sons of the good results they have re- ceived from it, and know Ita value from the use of it in my own house- hold. It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle beyond the reach of the children. E. J. Scantlebury. For sale bv Geo. A. Thomas. Her Health Restored Dis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 3 November 1898

I! r I 1 ■ t ■ "ci - ' .■■■■ U (i ' ' * ■ REAPED A BIG HARVESTS- #*n 5>R OF Dress Goods, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Clothing AND LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHNG GOODS, A \f OD * t 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 .:rr:,... .v*"* v: "S'OTjaR xi-Trs^ECTioiT.' 'WWBtia mimar vaamgntM' ■■ * X We^also desire fdannounce that we will; after prober ist^ SELL STRICTTJY FOR CASH I We have taken no little pains in the selec- tion of th£ l#vy of Bargains, and realizing the '/act that todo a successful cash business, wehiust be contented With a small margin on 6iir purchases;' We^ivWpositively touched bottom to start with, and consequently we iti us t in|ist, on spot cash and one price to all. We quote below a complete list of our offerings: M )"•'"* '* "'V'f|'Pltl) rplfll V'"4 > Staples Lonsdale «ud Fruit of the Loom Yard- >*.mestle, value 7o, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 17 November 1898

•3 I.-M U iveiM'tj' •' T**"* r hp Cameron VOLUflE XVII. NO. ao. CAflERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEflBER 17, 1898. WHOLE NUJ1BER 853. ■Was the most prosperous month in our Cameron store history. ~«r- We are Trying to Surpass our October Sales. T READ OUR TRADE INDUCERS. DKY GOODS> fc i 4 Pieoes Dress Duok, was 10c, now 6)4 o 5 '' Percale, was 7>£o, now 5o 4 " " yard wide 5o Simpson's, Allen's and all bestoaliooes 4'4c Good oalioo So Best Oilcloth ■••it 111«. 10® 1 Red Wool Flannel t!W« •«« % *. * • ft * Eiderdown, for ohild's socks Yard-wide Bleaohed Domestic.... — Cotton Flannel . ^ .'.j ♦ <ivvv Yard-wide heavy Browh Domestic .................... 80 A. C. A. Feather Tick.. 12 Women Wrappers, were 75c, now • . ( 'I, . ... f . t\. . . . 600 All wool jeans, an extra quality 25o -Also all the oheaper grades Doeskin finish jeans pants. An extra good jeans pants Blankets, 45o to $5.00 per pair. 65c 45c Capes ^ Woman's full sweep, braidedcollar 50c " " " fur-trimmed 75o " " •' '• $1....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 17 November 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1898. sspjsss X3 3 Hardware and Furniture Company J p aC?: s «; i«: 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 The Best Goods for the Least Money. This is what we do when purchasing for the Trade, and we expect the public generally to & —follow tne same example VEHICLES now prepared to WE are now prepared to quote the lowest prices on standard goods In all the lines handled by us, We have sold hundreds of vehicles since the beginning of the year, and at prices below those asked by agencies. Our stock of BUGGIES, PBLETONS AND SURRIES Is complete, and it is our determination to save the trade money on these. Don't fail to get our prices before buying a Buggy, Hack, Surry or Pha*ton, Our goods have been in use for years in tjiis country, and our prices are their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 17 November 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1898. *}■ ^21]W. W Attorney-at-Law and Lan< Homesteads Moticv to loau at uiuo per ceut. Vendor's Lieti Notes on bought aud extended. No delay in settiua: tho tnouev. Abstracts furnished oil demand Office upstair*, over Uefley's hardware store, Cameron, iexas. —GO TO THE— Star Lira W, K. DICKINSON, Proprietor. New - Buggies ?nd " Good " HorseP- Drummer's Trade a specialty. Everything new. koreet. left iii my care will be properly cared for, will keep from 25 to 50 head of Missouri Mules for sale. Come and examine my stock, side of Public 3quare, Cameron. Texas. Skm FOOD FOa INVALIDS. east r f w. i), PADEN & SON., insrsTTZRA-isrciE REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. We Have $100,000 to Place on Good Security Your patronage solicited. GO TO XaUHPEIN'S New York RACKET * STORE For Roast Pans, worth SI.00, for 75c Preserving Kettles, worth SI.25, now 65c Lunch Baskets 15, 20 and 25c Unlaundered Shirts, worth 75o, at 50c Ten Cakes Laundr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 17 November 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1898. .... i mm .ir—i —mii «nm i "ntr--iiTi mn <~~ *t—■*—* ■'4• u THfc CAMERON HEALD OSCAJB t. M cAN ALLY, Editor. HUH. IDA. J. MoANALLY. AMOclate. Subtcrlptlon, one v« r Six mouth* • ,- Three month* $i 60 75 cents ,'<0 cunta Kuterwl *t ttio r«> tolBo" at Cameron,Tox . neconil-t'lucsniall ninltr-r. The fusion policy will never win any permanent successes. It reprsents compromises of prin- ciple. • . — ——m « —— ■ ■ Kansas went back to tho re- publican ranks this year Jerry Simpson and to make a failed landing for congress. Barney Gibbs will have from now until the next eleotion to study up some new hobby. That railroad business failed to pan out. Late reports indicate that Phillips, populist, has defeated Earp, demoorat, in the legislative district oomposed of Camp and Upshur oounties. ■ t The entire democratic tioket was eieoted in Falls county by handsome majorities. Chief in- terest centered in the raoe for sheriff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 17 November 1898

the weekly herald; cameron, texas, thur8pay, november 17. 1898. arrivals and departures I* dANTA ra TSMSTABI.K No. «. Horth, Mill, • • - 2 20 p. m. Nu ft SuutU, Mall, - 2:20 p. ill No 8 Nurtli, l.lmltHd ... 1:17 a. in Ho 7. Kiiili-, * • • 4:10 a ui No , North, Local • - * ftl5p.it! No. 1 "> > So lit It Local - • SiftOu. Ill ai:a'ha.« i'ahs tiu k t a i.lk . ' Mo u, smuii Uouuo, ilut) lirr« - - 8:SS0 a. in N'i'i: mirlli WnuiJ, itu« Iutw - - 0:!mi !'. hi Train No au i-avliix Otuuuron ilally at Tim t,•••• • -• r* Or Va •> to ' l.tl'*rm"«UaU' poluta. Riniiralntf li'ttVea Waco at t:;W i w, ,';0?(AL KfcSTIua. ,] I WuO'UiiU, M D lim. it^.l H> ilint'Mni-K of KtP, Noee ami Threat. At < 'amTon ev'.h'v Friday. I'ri.t T. S. William-, id i.-uddng 8cho')l in *he Betid. Mr. Arch Coflleid, of Rockdale, vis- ited our city last week. Mr. Tom Graves, of Lilac, spent last Monday in Cameron. Mr. B. A. Goourln, ot Clarkuon, was iu our city this week. Mr. and Mrs. 11. W.Crosswy visited relat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 17 November 1898

I! i an WEEKLY HERALD: CAMEKON, TEXAS, 1WHSDAY, WOVEMBER 17. "*>• ■■■ ■ M.M -i -I—i- vMvmKT-i'vt*' Kreru. Dr. Miles' Nervine A RRMBOV POM THE Effects of Tobacco. I THE exeMaira nit of tobacco, especially by young meals always Injurious and undoubtedly shortens Ufa materially. Mr. Ed. 0. Ebaao. compositor on the Contra- Oosta Iftm, Martlncs, Cal., writes; "I have aaad Or. Miles' Baitorattvs Nervine and re- ceived moch benefit from It. I vu troubled with nervousness, dltxy spells and sleepless- ness, caused by the use of tobacco and sliBa- nian te. I took Dr. Miles' Nervine with mar- vclously good results, allaying the dlxzlneas, qnletlnc the nerves, asd enabling me to sleep and rest, proving In my case a very beneficial remedy." Dr. lilies' Restorative Nervine is especially adapted to restoring the nervous system to its normal condition under such circumstances. It soothes, heals and strengthens. Dr. lilies' I Remedies are sold by ali drug- gists under a positive guarantee, first ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 17 November 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD! CAMERON, TEXA8, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1898. «* \* \ TO THE PUBLIC! « Thanking our patrons for past favors and solicting acontinuance of their trade, we beg to inform them that on and after THE FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER we weill close our books and .... Sell Strictly for Cash! Cannot make exceptions, our books will be entirely dispensed with Again thanking our friends for their liberal support in the past, we solicit a continuance of their patronage, and have marked our entire stock down to the lowest notch. Not a few "leaders," but everything will be sold at the lowest possible Price. t Respectfully, M- M. Hemp & Co., AUGUST 29, 1898. THE SINKING OF THE TERESA. The Ocean Tragedy Described by an Officer of the Vulcan. WORK OF RESCUE WAS NOT AN EASY TASK! The rierrltt had to go Close to the Sinking Cruiser to Take the Men Off, Fortress Monroo, Va., Nov. 6,—James C. Summer, who was offioer of the deck of the Vuloan when the Maria Teresa was abandoned, described the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 17 November 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1608# S|j on ♦a WE HAVE REAPED A BIG HARVESTS* * MM *«4 OF Dress Goods, Furnishings, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Clothing AND LADIES' 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 rroaEs "STOXTR xisrts^ECTXofcr. We also desire to announce that we will, after October .st, SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH I We have taken no little pains in the selec- tion of the tevy of Bargains, and realizing the fact that todo ^successful cash business, we must be contented with a small margin on our purchases, We have po^tWely 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 Lonsdale and Fruit of the Loom: Yard Wide Do* meatic, value 7 c, at 6c. "Second to None" YaM Wide Bleached Dom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 24 November 1898

U ivec •' tj Cameron ■W y . ''M VOLLinE XVII. NO. ai. CAflERON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NdVEHBER 34. 1898. WHOLE NUnBER 853. EVER KIsTOWIT I2ST MILAM COTJ3STTY H Bad weather the first few days of November caused us to fall short in our sales several hundred dollars, and we've got to catch up. Take advantage of the best opportunity you ever had to buy goods cheap. Clothing. MEN'S SUITS. 12 Ueu's all wool gray, extra quality, was $10.00, now $8.50, 7 Suite fancy worsted all wool, were $7.50, now $5.00. 10 Suits extra heavy casmere. all wool aud nicely tailor cut. price $6.90. A few suits gray casmere, the $10.00 suits left, goiug still at $6.50. 10 Suits wool filled black Clay worst- ed, cut from $6.50 to $4.90. 9 Suits full Clay worsted, were $8.50, now $6.50. MEN'S PANTS. Men's all wool pants 1.00. Men's extra heavy casmere pants, 1.50 Men's extra quality well made, new and stylish designs; in this sale, 2.60 Some we sold for 4.00, now 2.90 BOY'S PANTS. Boy's pants5 c ents Boy's pints 26 c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 24 November 1898

I If 1 ! a $ ■ t & i i I I u a |! if t ' I !f i it i i'i: : I THE WEEKLY HERALDs CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MOVEMBER 24, 1888. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummm ^inTirmpi iitfii i mum I Hardware and Furniture Company 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 The Best Goods for the Least Money. This is what we do when purchasing for the Trade, and we expect the public generally to follow the same example -ifc VEHICLES now prepared to WE are now prepared to quote the lowest prices on standard goods in all the line handled by us, We have sold hundreds of vehicles since the beginning of the year, and at prices below those asked by agencies. Our stock of BUGGIES, PHyETONS AND SURRIES Is complete, and it is our determination to save the trade money on these. Don't fail to get our prices before buying a Buggy, Hack, Surry or Phseton....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 24 November 1898

mi ■f THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898. 3 J gtou- "W- W CHAMBERS. Attorney-at-Law-and Land Agent ■ Money to loan at uiue per ceut. Vendor's Lieu Notes oil Homesteads bought and exteuded. No delay In getting the mouey. Abstracts furnished on demand Office upstairs, over Hefley's hardware store, Cameron, Texae. ■ „ . —GO TO THE— Mil! Stale, W. K. DICKINSON, Proprietor. New - Buggies - and - Good - Horses Drummer's Trade a specialty. Everything new. Horses left in my care will be properly cared for. Will keep from 25 to 50 head of Missouri Mules for sale. Come and examine my stook, east side of Public 3quare, Cameron. Texas. X\ t W. i). PADEN & SON., i^sTrR-AJCsraiE REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. f We Have $100,000 to Place on Good Security •*®nYour patronage solicited. ibve^STS AsasvsvffixasnNjrousB *VHNB sarvaNavss^iNJii GO TO Xa. B. IiUBUPKIN'S New York RACKET * STORE For Roast Pans, worth $1.00, for 75c Preserving Kettles, worth $1.25, now 65o Lunoh Basket...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 24 November 1898

i Pi I, 'ft' THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMKRON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898. THE CAMERON HEALD OSCA.B . UoAXALLX. Editor. MBS. IDA J. MoAKALLI^AMoeJiUi. Subscription, one reir 81 x months - Throe muntba $1 BO 76 60 cent* cent* _J tU a Po«tofllo it Caraoron.Texa* Smm2*UM «>'• «"*««•• I f I % I ! ,■ I i M IM^ & ' ' ' p?'" 4; •" Good-bye, third party, good bye- An attempt will be made two years from now to divert publio attention from the silver question by parading the achievements of the late war. The railway commission in- junction suit at Dallas was set for Monday of this week. It will probably be one of the greatest legal battles ever fought in Texas. . Considerable opposition to Joe Bailey as minority leader is de- veloping in several of the South- ern States. They say that he is an eloquent man, but that he is not well poised. * ♦ • —1 Judge Caldwell, of Tennessee, has deoided that cigarettes are dangerous. The deoision was rendered in a case testing the constitutionality...

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