The Cameron Herald. (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1898 Page: 6 of 8
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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.
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
Dr. lilies' I Remedies
are sold by ali drug-
gists under a positive
guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money re-
funded. Book oa dis-
eases of the heart and
bittm free. Addxtat,
DB. MILES MEDICAL OO., Elkhart, Ind.
I, U. ■ ALSTON. rOOL
ALSTON * POOL,
t^-Wlli practice in all th eourts OSee up-
stairs la the Thompson building, north side of
There are ne&rly one thousand
poultry fanciers in Texas and
the number is increasing rapidly.
Pullets are beginning to i y
and will keep it up till next sum*
mer, if properly fed and housed.
Receipts Of eggs in New York
City in the year 1895 were over
49,000,000 dozen; in 1897 over
In building poultry houses for
the winter, bear in mind that the
requirements for Texas differ
materially from those of the New
England States, consequently
different plans must be adopted.
Now is the time to buy breed-
ing cockerels for the coming sea-
son. Breeders as a rule are
more conscientious in making a j
salo of stock at this time because
of the heavy surplus of birds on
Dozens of poultry shows are
being held all over the country
and reports. of awards being re-
ceived daily, but up to present
writing none of them have ex-
celled the recont poultry exhibit
at the State Fair, either in point
of numbers or quality of stock.
Hoarse breathing, rattling in
the throat, choking, yellowish
substanoe in throat, resembling
diphtheria in children, and
sometimes accompanied with
swolen eyes, may be oombined
as one difficulty. It is usually
due to a draught from some
souroe, and the ventilator is more
at fault than anything else. The
best remedy is to swab the throat
in the morning (using a feather)
with a mixture of one part spir-
its of turpentine and three parts
of sweet oil, at the same time in-
jeoting a few drops of the mix-
ture in eaoh nostril. At night
aprinkle a pinoh of ohlorate of
potash down the throat. Put ten
grains of powdered permangan-
ate of potash in eaoh quart of the
drinking water, and keep the
bird warm. The handling of the
birds 4s laborious, henoe all sick
ones should be removed from the
The Celebrated Five Cent
HAVE ARRIVED AT
BAIRD & SAPP'S
£ I, McCALLA,
ATTORN*Y-AT-LAW AMD KOTABT
Prompt attention given to all eoamerelal
business and collection of elaims,
cambbox - * - * tuxas.
OBe* st the cttj hall.
cambbox - vbxas.
Dental rooms upstairs at Lawrence A Smith's
CAMBBOK - T1
Prompt services, prompt settlements.
U.S. Rbabbbll, Jho.M. Shasi
££KABBKLL A 8HABP.
O Ace In Court Hour
. M. K. LOTT,
PHYSICIAN AND SUEGKOH.
Cameron .... - Texas.
Office at Balrd A Sapp's drug store. Sprsks
Spanish and German.
W. c. TAYLOB,
PHYSICIAN AND S U HQ BOM,
tf-callsrsspeaded to at all honrs.
^£O TA J. MOOBB,
Oiler npststrs In the Moore building.
Cameron ... - Texas
W. T. BBVLUT, L. C. M'BBIDB, JKO. W.TSOK.
IJEFLEY, McBBIDE A WATSON,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS A1 LAW
Oglce in the First Nstlonsl Bank,
cam bftow - texas.
Special attention given to commercial, corpor-
ation, probate and land lltleatlon.
. M. MCGBKUUK,
OSee in the court house.
cambbok - - tbtas.
b. y. si aw, b. s. fibgc80k.
QRS. SHAW A FERGUSON,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
OScestJ. F 'lhgmmon'edrugstore.
Dr. Brown, the painless Dentist, odlce over
Ilafley'i Hardware store.
CAMKHOH, .... TKXAH.
YY W.GREmt, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ottee at iico. A. Tbomaa' New Drug Store
CAMERON. : : : TEXAS.
J. W. HUDSON,la. u
MILAltO .... TXAS
t. s. ubrdbhson, ram sthbbtmak,
j. x. fbbbmax.
|-|ENDERSON, STREETMAN A FREEMAN
E^Willprsetleein the Courts both State aad
Camubon - - TBIas
onse with the Oeanty Attorney ib the Ceurt-
Dr. B. W. Hsble.
Specialist on Rectal. Genllo-Uriaary
and Skin diseases, will be ia Cam-
eron, at Thompson's drag store every
Friday. At home office on Mondays,
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, at Tem-
Barbed wire cheaper than It has
ever oeen at Bryant to Bond's. 11-26
Look oat for Bryant to Bond's lied
Front Hardware and Furniture.
Old turniture made new at Bryans
to Bond's. 11-26,
If you have a good suit of furniture
that is getting old, have it retinished
at Bryant to Bond's, 11-26
Remember the name
when you buy
B- I- ARNOLD.
(Established In lUTis.)
Real Estate, Fire Insurance and
Conveyancing and Abstracting.
Has the exclusive agency in Mllaui ,0' ® .. ,,.i '^
Texas, (Limited) which makes loans with ttr8J Mortgage lien, or ®xtend ve
ors' lien uotes on good agricultural land.*, au'd on ^ business bouses,
never negotiates or parts with its securities. .
Among the Fire Insurance Companies are the Live^T1001
Globe, the Hartford, Phwnix of Hartford, Fire Associate11 of 1 nilauelphla,
Scottish Union, and others. Those named being the oldest 41111 In
the United States.^BW^^
Perfecting Land Titles and Furnishing Abstracts a Speci«?lf7
IfOfflos near residence on Belton street. Elegant and safe Fire Proo'
Vault, where Deeds, Policies and valuable private papers will be cared for
ree of cost.
j I- J-HEPLEY & SONS.
(successors to j. s. hefley.)
Livery Feed and Sales Stables.
CORN. HAY, BRAN AND OATS.
DRUMMERS' TRME A SPECIALTY.
To the Public of Cameron and
In consideration of the low prices of cotton and products
of the farm generally, (and the farm we all depend on)
from this date to all those who pay cash for doctor's bills, I
• ' -f. ,>r
will practice in the corporation of Cameron (in day) for $1
per visit; ladies in confinement, $10, In the country, three
miles and less, $2; over that 50 cents per mile, Be it dis-
tinctly understood that this is addressed to those who pay
D. C. JONES, n. D.
Trans-Mississippi and Interna-
tional Exposition, Omahn. Nub.,June!
1st to November 1st, 1898. Round
trip tickets will be sold for the above
occasion from .June 1st to Oct. 15tb,
with a transit limit of two days in
each direction and final of Nov. 16,
1898, at rate of *39.80. From June
1 to Oct. 30 tickets will be sold with a
final limit of 30 days from date of
sale, except the limit will not excecd
Not. 16th, at rate of #33 for the round
Baild You a Home.
I am prepared to negotiate loans on
Cameron property for the purpose of,
making improvements on same, or to
take up vendor's lien notes, to be p«id
in montniy installments. No com-
mission charged, and no delay in get-
ting the money. Jamba Bash,
Over Heney's Hardware Store.
One gray mare pony, about 13 1-1
or 14 bands high; saddle marksd oa
back; shod in front; jumped out of
lot Thursday night; ran Into wire
fence; do not know whether she was
cut by wire or not; do not know abont
brand. Will pay anyone to bring her
to me. L. B. Lumpkin.
Cameron, Texas. ' 11-8-tf
I have forty head of 8 1-4 Poland
China pigs for sale at $6.00 per pair.
W. F. wliittakkr,
Six miles north o( Cameron, at Marak
Post office. 10-271 f
Germama the great Antlsccptio—is
positively guaranteed to cure Itheu
matisin, Neuralgia, Piles, Cartarrh and
Female troubles. I will give you
back your money if this medicine
should fail to give you satisfaction.
Call and give it a trial; no risk on
your part. Geo. A. Thomas,
New Drug Store, Cameron, Texas
THE BK8T PLASTER.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound
on to the affected parts is superior to
any plaster. When troubled with a
pain in the chest or side, or a lame
back, give it a trial. You are certain
to be more than pleased with the re-
sult. Pain Balm is also a certain
cure for rheumatism. For sale by
Geo. A. Thomas.
Sample book oi Wall Paper will be
seat to your home from J. F. Thomp-
son's Drug Store if desired. l-27tf
ROBBED THE GRAVE.
A startling incident, of which Mr,
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skiti was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tougun coaled, pain continu-
ally In back and sides, no appetite—
gradually Browing weaker day by
day. Three physicians had given me
up. Fortunately, a friend advised
trying Electric Bitters, and to my
gri-ut. surprise and joy the first boiil'e
made a decided improvement. I
continued their use for three weeks,
and am now a well man. 1 know they
(*aved my life and robbed the grave of
another victim." No one should fail
try them. Only 60 cents per bottle.
For sal* by Geo. A. Thomas.
A beautiful line of Wall Paper Just
received at J. F. Thompson'* Drug
«A dollar saved Is a dollar made."
See Bryant to Bond before buying
anything In hardware or furniture
They will save you money. 11-25.
FOR BALE—Half acre lot iu Cam*
eron; good two-room house; good
well ot water. Terms, $276.00 cash
down, and $100 first of next April.
9-20.1,f Mrs. L D. Gray.
A SURE HION OF CROUP.
Iloarsouess In a child that Is sub-
ject to croup is a sure Indication of the
approach ot tho disease, Ii Chamber-
lain's Coogli itemed,.- is jKlven as soon
a* the child becomes hoarse, or even
alter the croupy cough has appeared,
it will prevent the attack. Many
mothers who havecioupy children al-
ways keep this remedy at hand and
tiud that it saves them much trouble
and worry It can always bto de-
pended upon and is pleasant to take.
For sale by Geo. ▲. Thomas,
Patronize Jim Hefley's transfer
line. Orders left at the livery stable
of L. J. Hefley to Sons, or at his resi-
dence, will receive prompt attention.
Remember, too, that he will have your
garden nicely plowed and on short
notice and at a rasonable price.
Eyes Tested Free.
If your eyesight i« defective in any
way you should have your eves tested
and properly llted with glasses. We
guarantee satisfaction or refund your
money. Will change lenses at" any
ime they become ununited to the
eyes, free of chargc.
Haiku & SAIM',
Cantioaaliont theUu and Sfileotionsof Spsotaoln
....... haiUf normd vUfen w.ll to*U>«orta! '.Ms Prtnt at a
•f 11 iiwtws Itow the sstai comfort) wftt b* ihl* tt rtt • it
* talf If MOftM* in t<y mur fft* ara *• (rv.tir* an*
!* ♦-* Uik Mr.itrd mn l<rrtW, Rl< asn-sluriicv
. i sMnowbil. v| ir |'i«
• • I 1 - I T, .( w. ••• I fin „ ftw p*. t'U •« I'M
*VV «i I «.<•*«..* If* t* M.I4V •
A splendid cook st ve for #6.00, at
Bryant to HoudVReil Front Hardware
Sewlug machln-tc repaired and
made as goed as :>ew at Bryant &
Bond's.- i ] .25
Don't forget to bring groon or dry
hides, j pay the cash all the same.
ii. Jfi. Bauknight.
OUR IDEA OF THE PURCHASING POWER
OF 1HE DOLLAR
Can be learned by an inspection of our atock of
and comparing our pricoa with those of other
We are receiving a nice line of
Dry Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods,
Ready-Made Clothing, Etc,
for the fall trade. We raade no raistake in de-
laying our purchase? 8evsr&I > peks. We
oaught the market at its lowest point, and pro«
pose to give our customers the advantage which
we secured for ourselves
We are now offering bargains on all lines, and
positively will not be undersold.
We carry no shoddy stock, but are down to
the bottom on strictly standard goods.
We pay the highest price for cotton and coun-
try produce, thus making it to the interest of
the farmers to call at our store.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
CALL AND SEE US.
Cameron, : Texas.
Greatest Financial Institution in the Work!!
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
OF 3STBW YORK,
RICHARD A, McCURDY, President.
PAID TO POLICY HOLDERS IN 1897
The Beat Companj is the One that Dees the Keit Good!
record sincb its organization in 1843:
Has paid to Living Members $271,671,876.29
Has paid in Death Claims 191,325,374.42
Total of $462,997,250.71
It holds for the security of its present members $254,786,437,66
It has paid to and invested for its members.... 716,783,668.37
income for 1897:
Received for Premiums $42,693,201.99
From all other Sources 11,469,406.24
IN THE LEAD OF ALL!
^If you want a Policy in the BEST Company,
If you want to represent the BEST Company,
EDWIN CHAMBERLAIN & CO-,
General Agents, San Antonio, Texas.
G. TIFF MOORE, H. S. BROILES,
Special Agent, Cameron. Distriot Agent.
OAMEKON, . : TEXAS,
E. N. HHAW, M. D. W. W. GREKR, M. D.
R. S. FERGUSON, M. D.
A Private Hospital for tho treatment of all Medical and Surgical diseases
nat of n contagious nature. Patients will be furnished with every comfort
and necessity that will contribute to their recovery. Tho services of a trained
nurse will be available iu nil casus when needed.
and their natlentn will bo treated w!f,li the utmost courtesy. ^
for further particulars, apply to DR. E. H FERGUSON,
nurse win ue available Iti nil cases when needed.
Patients on entering tho Hospital may elect any reputable Phvslcian
attend them, and all Physicians are cordially invited to send sucii of (♦)<
ottsos as they may desire to the Institution, with tho assurance that both ftv
Cook stoves and heating atoves
cheaper than the cheapest at Bryant
A Bond's. 11-36.
D. Ivemp has received a nice assort
meiit of ladies dress goods for the fall
trad*. Latest styles and designs.
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McAnally, Oscar F. The Cameron Herald. (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1898, newspaper, November 17, 1898; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth233502/m1/6/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.