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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 24 November 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD; CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898. ▲RBI V A LB AND DEPARTURES - the in, ft 2:20 p. m 2:20 |>. Ul • 1:17 t . ni . 4:111 n. Ill !i IK p. Ill HibOa. Ul ■AKTA TIM ITABLI Mu. 0. Nortli, Mall, • K; A ttoulli. Mail, • Mo 8 North, Limited M" 7. f oiite, Li ml ted No. 14, North, Local No. 13, South. Local • An.VNSAS PASS TIUKTAIil.lt. No 41. south bouiia, Sue lu re - • 0:30 a. n: N" 42, noi'ih bound, dim herf - - 0:30 p. lu Train No (10 leaving Camuron dally at 7 a. in oarrlt'K passengers lor Waco an' intermediate point*. Returning leave* Waco at 4:3U p. m. PERSONAL MENT10AI. J" \1 Woodsou, M. 1), practice lim. Ited to diseases of E>e, E*ir. Nofc and Throat. At Canmou every Friday, Dr. R. C. Willis, of Roekdule, was in our city this week. State Health Officer Blount was in our city on Tuesday of this week. Mr. \V. F. Ford, of Baileyville, was in our city on business last Tuesday. Miss Emma Lott was reported quite sick last woek, but ia now convalescent. Mr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 24 November 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898. MjMf6i) 1HE EXCELLENCE OF SY8UP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and bkill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fig Svkup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon •11 the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fio Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will •wist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par- ties. The high standing of the Cam- vobnia Fig Syrup Co. with the medi- cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weaken- ing them, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate. I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 24 November 1898

1 *1 THE WEEKLY HERALD; CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898. $ $ $ $ $ r Don't For tret -THAT- BRYMT&BOND Have added to their Hardware a Tin Shop, and are prepared to do all kinds of *TIN WORK^ -AND- G&S WORK. E^PALM, Tinner, Cameron, Texas. ASLEEP. Old jrou hear m« wh«n I called you, LoveT You lay so (a t osli ep; Did you listen when I whispered Through your slumber* calm and deep? Bummer rotea lay betide you, Slander llllea white and tall, And you looked so atlU and saintly. Old you feel my teardropa faUT Oh. my darllngl but I murmured Word* ao wildly true and fond, Were you dreaming there serenely Of tha strange and vast Beyond? When I whispered how 1 loved you, Not a token crossed your face, But you lay all pale and placid In that solitary place. Did you hear me whan 1 called you, LoveT Tou lay ao fast aalaep, And the atlllness seemed so holy, Th t I scarcely dared to weep— Scarcely dared to take a rosebud. Crushed and crumbled, to my breaat. When I left yon oalm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 24 November 1898

■< L ■y THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1698. ———~ - ii—I—in ■■■■—inwiHiiwnrrii —wwn—ww ■mmi. WE HAVE REAPED A BIG HARVESTS- .vi! OF Dress Goods, Furnishings, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Clothing AND LADIliS' 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 POE Y'OXJIS Z1TK;FZ!CTIO £T. We also desire to announce that we will, after October ist, SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH I We have taken no little pains In the selec- tlon of the bevy of Bargains, and realizing the fact that to do a successful cash business, we must be contented with a small margin on our purchases, We have positively 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 Lontdtle and Fruit of the Loom Yard Wide Do- mestic, value 7c, at 6c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 1 December 1898

fe'v c aaier on Herald, VOLUriE XVII. NO. 22. CAHERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECCflBER i, i8q8. 6 Q-resitest s EVER K3STOW3ST I3ST" UUCXLJ &.ZMI COTJ1TTY Bad weather the first few days of November caused usi to dollars, and we've got to catch up. Take advantage of the best op, . m ««*'* • •" ■**+"* * wmrmomaBmrm (i w "WTOe Clothing. MEN'S St ITS. 12 Nleu's all wool gray, extra quality, was $10.00. now $8.SO. 7 Suits fancy worsted all wool, were .$7.50, now $5.00. 10 Suits extra heavy casniere. all wool and nicely tailor cut. price $6.90. A few suits gray caamere, tlie $10.00 suits left, going still at $6.50. 10 Suits wool fdled black Clay worst- ed. cui from $6.50 to $4.90. 9 Suits full Clay worsted, were $8.50, now $5.50. MEN'S PANTS. Men's all wool pants 1.00. Men's extra heavy casraere pants, 1.50 Men's extra quality well made, new and stylish designs; iu this sale, 2.60 Soma we sold for 4.00, now 2.90 BOY'S PANTS. Boy's pauts5 c ents Boy's psuts 25 cents " pants 50 aud 75 cents s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 1 December 1898

?HE WEEKlLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 'DECEMBER 1, 1898. 15rxr;i*rx .—* miibiimi mm* •v - iwhwiw iwrary^irionnnraifc^f^ ; 1 > f N 1 i ft <K Jf'K #t: #*: x« ?•< §*: f"; & P *• n I? f" ?«•: «Wj «25 i**'. x« ?*•; 85 !•: .• l*s 1 1 pi; r« . •: #: #•; «; Hardware and' Furniture Company if " IP VEHICLES E are now prepared to quote the lowest prices on Standard goods in all the line handled by U8i We have sold hundreds of vehicles since the beginning of the year, and at prices below those asked by agencies. Our stock of BUGGIES, PHOTONS AND SURRIES Is corapletc, 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 Phajton, Our goods have been in use for years in this country, and our prices are their own advertisement. We have a nice line of Vv'agonsf made to withstand this climate; made of the best timber, and the iron work is strong and durable, Please get our quota- tions on Wagons—we are s...

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

«wk V«O*. mm* ttm THE WEEKLY . -J ." .T,W.V""J - ,« * HERALD: CAMERON, TEX , THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1898. ' fi a W. W CHAMBERS, Attorney-at-Law-and Land Agent Monnv 10 loan at uiuo per cout, Veu'dor's Lieu Notes on Homesteads bought ami extended. No delay in tfettiaj; tlie mouey. Abstracts furnished ou demuud Office upstuir^ovor Iletley's hardware store, Cameron, Texas. samiRwn -GO TO THE— LiMwSt#, \V, 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 forsalo. Come and examine my stock, east side of Public Square, Cameron. Texas. ll a W. D. PADEiN & REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. We Have $100,000 to Place on Good Security *^ iaYour patronage solicitod. *!8NB^^aM sHN>«i^nNiicsBs«r^^iss^s^ NflETNBNB>a/n>a>a/asa GO TO Jm. B. LUIffiPKIN'S New York RACKET * STORE For Roast Pans, worth $1.00, for 75o Preserving Kettles, worth $1....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 1 December 1898

1 '■l-'.v;/!' rag ,1 ill.:-." « I 1 I 1 J \eek#LV THE WESJ* HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1898. tm THF: CAMERON HERALD ~~ OSCAK V. MoAKAIAY, Editor. MIW. IDA J. MuANAMA". A««ocl te. main arruai Hnbocrl ption, on« V«' r hl\ months Tbrue wunltis l fit) 7!i cent* m ccntu Knterodi «t the t Cameron . Ti xati, B00nrt-«l* m«H niattcr. Secretary Long, in his rocsnt report, recommended n large in- crease in (he naval forces. ... ... ~ Indications are that thin gov- ernment will attempt to secure possession of all the islands owned by Spain. Tho battleships Oregon and Iowa, en route for the Sandwich islands, sp'-nt Thanksgiving day at Montevideo. Milam county has never asked anything in the way of State offices, though she stands on the list of big counties. '— The office of public weigher is created by tho commissioners' oourt of each county, the same being optional with the oourt. American troops landed near Havana, Cuba, last Friday. The Spanish soldiers are said to have sc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 1 December 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON. TEXAS. VHURSPAY, DECEMBER 1, 1808. ■n e- '!>" 11 - •y t.i lr AJ |r AKRtVAl H AN1) DRPAHTUREP santa k timetable Mu. 0. Nortb. Mall. • • • 2 :•<!( in fi .viuui, Mull, - - • •: .) p. m NorllJ, Untiled - - - I 17 a in Hi • l< ililti'd - - - 1 . in No. H. !'• in No. i:., ;iov ' I■'•ntl - - .!.uu. m A It A N S PASS TIMKiCA HUK. tin-41, south U'.uiui, iltic litnt- - • o tt. lit No 4^. I '.rili I/O 111.1, <!•" l.iTt- - - I, ;l j>. >i> '1'i'j*i f Nil M l.'UVllIK rutui'iou ilnil> ill T :i III ui- I ■ , . .•u^ern tvr «•••! mi ' in!' ruii'ilintc |Kilnl..<. t!eiuri>lii({ loavi'n Waco |i m, FE.HSONA.Ti MENTION. ,J. U Woo^ou, M I), pntcticf' lim jtel in ul !•;><', Kif. N<i'i' niiti Tliroiit At Ctinpron !'u:r\ lYid.iy. W. A. paid vi: it U> i' -!!a« recently. Jvli'. . . M . Tiilwv li, of U:ui.-r, S'.icnr last Tite-ulny in Cameron. Dan Hinnon, of ixu'linfr- to.i. van in-oar oily last Monday Ivi:*. ike Loonev, oi Bon Ar- nold, ,i<...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 1 December 1898

.\srr. A*/'* ili* . 1 ; • t 11 •V I jj. ,1 if THE WEBKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1898. m\ I - J ; I i Is a disease of the skin, caused by bad bloodi THE EXCELLENCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the carc find skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fig Svbup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the truo and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CAuroHiriA Fie Svkop Co. only, a knowledge of that fact wi>'. assist one in avoiding the worthless Imitations manufactured by other par- ties. The high standing of the Cali- voskia Fio SrKUP Co. with the medi- cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has tfhren to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It Is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 1 December 1898

WmmMmrnmpm* THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1898. r f X t I* it 1$ Don't Forget -THAT- BRYANT&BOND Have added to their Hardware a Tin Shop, and are prepared to do all kinds of *TIN WORK* -AND- GAS : PIPE : WORK. E.5PALM, Tinner, Cameron, : : : Texas. X . 1 * THE PRODIGAL RETURNING. His Party Has Served Its Purpose and is Dead. HONEST TALK BY HON. W. W. NELMS. Sees No Reason for the Longer Existence of the Populist Party as an Oorganization. t $ ( * THE ACME STEAM LAUNDfiY- / A Laundry in one of the places of business that turn some queer freaks, and some things that are amusing. We have heard of every description of articles—diamonds, boots and shoes, and numerous other things found in bundles of soiled clhothes when opened at the laundry. One day last week the telephone gave a frantic ring. I an- swered it promptly, and the following controversy took place: "Holo! Is this the Acme Steam Laundry?" "You bet your life!" "Are you sure this is the main oflic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 1 December 1898

1 ,;:f ; i \r i I 11 ' ll J- I vL $ Y r,1l Bp M K J: " ■ i " *■ .T~ '*•" u V 9 THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY,' DECEMBER 1, 1698. J Hit lirrasaia &'ali iii amsua msaasmai: 1 ■*-' ma * ^WE HAVE REAPED A BIG HARVEST OF- Fa n and Winter Bargains in Dress Goods, Furnishings, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Clothir AND LADIliS' AND GENTS' FURNISHNG GOODS, And it is our pleasure to announce to the trading public of Cameron and vicinity the arrival of beautiful and well selected stock of merchandise. We have everything: arranged complete "^TOTTIE2 XlTrsrF'ECTXOfcT. We also desire to announce that we will, after October ist, SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH I We have taken no little pains in t tion of the bevy of Bargains, and realizing the fact that to do a successful cash business, we must be contented with a small margin on our p« We have positively touched'bottom to start with, and consequently we must insist on spot cash and one price to all. We quote below a list of our offerings; selec- l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 8 December 1898

J Ivor ' ij ol T**** — . SsOikSt*." i*,; Herald. VOLUHE XVII. NO. 33 CAnERON, TEXAS. THURSDAY,, DECEflBER 8, 1898. WHOLE NUflBER 855. t r?et \(",f O Ml! *VHV i**ra piKAi Tot'he : .i,r^ o EVER K3STOW3ST IlsT jeron ! iy£ ^^.lAJME ;Sjt In - •I' . ooxriTT"sr . - • - 1. jfo.'of T Bad weather the first few days of November causr,"^: B°J fall short in our sales several hundred dollars, arid we've got to catch up. Take advantage of the "jjportunlty you ever had to buy goods cheap. Clothing. MEN'S SUITS. 12 Meu's all wool gray, oxtra quality, wan $10.00, now $8.66. 7 Suit® fancy wonted all wool, were $7.60,'now $6.00.i 10 Suits extra heavy casmere. all wool and nicely tailor cut, price $6.90. A few suits gray cannere, the $10.00 suit* left, goiog still at $6.60. 10 Suits wool filled black Clay worst- ed, cut from $6.60 to $4.90. 9 Suits full Clay worsted, were $8.60, now $6.60. MEN'S PANTS. J Men's all wool panU 1.00. Men's extra heavy casnere pants, 1.60 Men's extra quality well made, new a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 8 December 1898

I THE WEEKLY HERAI WDIOB UW gc given to mill the niaftof' of theekoelle rue excellence of syrup of figs it due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but alio to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by acientific processes known to the fiAUroBKix Fio 8r VP Co. onlf, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the 'Califoknia Fio 8ybup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will aaaist one In avoiding the worthless imitation* manufactured by other par* ties. The high atanding of the Cali- fobnia.Fio Symjp Co. with the medi- cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has > millions of families, 'makes n the Company a guaranty alienee of its remedy. It is Cur in ajftfence of all other laxatives, as it aota on the kidneys, liver and bowels $ithout irritating or weaken- ing them, and it does not gripe nor ninny In order to get its ben...

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

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEX'IS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1898. # b I i J 5 Af ■ i / •V""V^ V?'"? '• $ s $ A bs u'lmnloatlunn inMudini for pu'ilii'iiilon 111 111 ^ liool lK'p.ut i:i(IH of this puller elioultl b« Baud to school l)«partiueit, Cnuierou Ucra piyniiieron, Texas. Don't Forget -THAT- t t t BBYANT&BOND Have added to their Hardware a Tin Shop, and are prepared to do all kinds of •aTIN WORK^ -AND- G &8 : PIPE : WORK, E, PALM, Tinner, Cameron, : : : Texas. v2 h\v THE ACME STEAM LAUNDRY + ♦ A Laundry is one of tlie places of business that turn soiuo queer freaks, und some things that are amusiug We have heard ol every lioocnijUou ol' articles—diamonds, boois and blioes, and numerous other thing's found in bundles of Rolled olhotliet when opened at the luuiidry. One day last week the telephone gave a l'rautic ring. laa- gered it promptly, and the following controversy took place: •Mljitio! Is this the Acme Steam Laundry?" " You bet your life!" *'.Vro .you sure this is th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 8 December 1898

HBE8 MM '. ;. : ' : •'.'■4^4" ' ■ *\\ V ■ "p ' 5" u. (1f-'; ft v ■•'J V.V, lit as« THfc CAMERON HERALD OSCAB r. MoAMALIiY. Kdf.or. MBS. IDA J. MuANAtLY, Associate. SBbaoripUon, one year Six mouths • * Three month* • • • Kntered t the Pq Io(Ho<" at Cameron, Texas, •m ond-elaas matI matter. He will soon be Governor Bay- ers. Tne New York will be the first American armor-olad to enter Havana barbor sinoe the Maine was destroyed. Last Saturday there was a heavy sleet and snow in North Tqxae. It was the severest bliz- sark of the winter. Spain is to get a very good prioe for tha Philippines islands when the faot is considered that •he was not in possession of them. r There is some talk of rebuild' ing the Beach hotel in Galveston The new structure is not to be so oostly as the one burned last summer. President MoKinley says that he is fully determined upon the gold standard, and that the pledges of the republican party ihall be kept. Reoent storms on the New England ooast resulted in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 8 December 1898

per led, >or- fi- ay, m- • — • —-m ARRIVALS AND iwarturks 8ANTA t* TIMS TAB!.* Mil H. North, Mall, • - 2:20 p. m Nj 6 South, Mail, • - • 2:#> p. ui Ko S North, Mmlwd ... 1:17 a. ni No 7. 'OutM, Umltod • • - 4:lu a. tu Ko. 14, North, Local - • - 6l5p.m No. Id, South Local • • 8sb9 , nj AHANiAS PASS TIMKTAHLE. Mo* *1, south bo una, duo hero • • t):30 a. m Mo 41. north hound, du ht r<- - - 0:30 p. m. Tralu No 60 leaving Cameron dally at 7 a. m. eartiva uaasuntfttra lor Waooun' lntermodlato points. Returning leavea Waco at 4:30 p m. PBH80NAL MENTION. J. M. Wooilsou, M. I) . practice Una. ited to dlnoases of E>e. Enr. Nope ami Throat. At Cameron everv Friday. Mr. J. M. Ralston viaited Waco last week. Mrs. 8. C.~ Hooker, of Cleburno, viBited relatives in Cameron last week. Mr. Jas. H. Holtzolavr, of San Gabriel, visited Cameron last week. Mr. J. K. Freeman was in Franklin last week on legal bus- iness. Hon. T. S. Henderson spent several days in Waco last week on legal business...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 8 December 1898

r 1 rHK WEEKLY HERALD: C AMIfiKON, TEX AH, THUKSDAY, • DVCEMBKR 8, 1M8. 1 I I; \ 1 /$ . # w A si I | I ?1 { >■' w> •I §i i 5?Jl • m z>:\ > V f#5 «*.* *.V* */.* * V M A V « «i> *• A *• vV* v^ . o'VvVV," v m ■* ; t - f ♦ . * •" *• ' . *4 '4'4^ic> * • w- ;> • -• • ** 15• ' « H «w • A 4 7*' " i 1* 4*' 4' ,{ I . « * l« •••« • 1* i * ■ • ~ * * •?' > ,j i1- 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 gt —follow tne same example +£• 8 w: are VEHICLES now prepared to quote the lowest 1111(3 •ices on standard goods in all the handled by us, We have sold hundreds of vehicles since the beginning of the year, and at prices below those asked by agencies. Our ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 8 December 1898

THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY; DECEMBER 8, 1898. "VV. W CHAMBERS, Attorney-at-Lawand Land Agent "V Money to loau at niiie per cent. Vendor'* Lieu Notes on Homesteads bought aud extended. No delay iu getting the mouey. Abstracts furnished [ on demand. Office upstairs, over Hefley's hardware store, Cameron, Texap. —GO TO THE— W, K. DICKINSON, Proprietor. New - Buggies - and - Good - Horses Drummer's Trade a specialty. Everything new. Horses left in my oare will be properly oared for. Will keep from 25 to 50 head of Missouri Mules for sale.' Come and examine my stock, east side of Publio Square, Cameron, Texas. W. D. PADEN & ■JC IHsTSTTIR-A-IfcT CE REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. We Have $100,000 to Place on Oood Security Your patronage solicited. GO TO I*. B. LUMPKIN'S New York RACKET * STORE For Roast Pans, worth $1.00, for 75c > Preserving Kettles, worth $1.25, now. 65c Lunch Baskets 15, 20 and 25o Unlaundered Shirts, worth 75o, at. 50c Ten Cakes Laundry Soap 25c Cuticle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 8 December 1898

a •? i «■'! IS 1 if iiffii'V" v THE WEEKLY HERALDi CAMERON. TEXAS. THURSDAY■ DECEMBER 8, 1898. ♦3WE HAVE REAPED A BIG HARVESTS- 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 3TOR ■2TO-CR XliTiLS^ECT'XOlsT. We also desire to announce that we will, after October ist, SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH I We have taken no little pains In the selec- tfon of the bevy of Bargains, and realizing the fact that to do a successful cash business, we must be contented with a small margin on our purchases. We have positively touched bottom to start with, and consequently we must insist on spot cash and one price to all. We quote below a complete Staples Loudili and Fruit of the Loom Yard Wide Do* mettle, value 7c, at 6c. "Second to None" Yard Wide Bleached Domestic at 6c. ...

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