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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 October 1898

h '-v.. THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. ; r VOLUME, XXXIX. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1898. NUMBER 42. it * * * * if ic if * if * if * if if if *r c% 5 1 'i if * if * if * if The if if if * if *. if « if * OF COTTON may be just a bit discouraging, if but a dollar now will buy more goods than at any time in the past. To prove this I stand ready to give you more Low Price Good Goods if * if * * if 4'c if for your money than you can get elsewhere. -§J A cordial invitation is extended to all to -f come, get prices and be convinced. I want 4? your trade and if low prices and * if FAIR DEALING will secure it, ciu "omer. you will become by examination. * * if * a regular j,i if 4- I can fit you out in anything £- || you need for Fall and Winter f 5 wear, and consists of values # f0 that can be better appreciated f i* l • 4c if * if if * if 4* if 4* if 4c if * if * if 4c if * | Yours for Business,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 October 1898

K. THiS WklKKIiV TIMES HBNDHR-vO.N*. texas. Thursday. October 6, 1898. Second cims mail matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For State Senator m p McGee For Representative 27th district Jasper Collins For Representative. c j Livsey For District Attorney John b Carter For County Judge. Cbas l Brachfieid For County Attorney. p o Beard For District Clerk. v w g Culp For Sheriff. . l t Standard For Tax Assessor. t p Bosworth For Tax Collector. h j Griffiiu For County Clerk. m b Pruitt For County Treasurer. p d Chapman For Surveyor r h Thompson For County Commissioner No 1—a Bolenseifen No 2—t s Holt No 3—w j Jarrell No 4—a h Galloway For Justice of the Peace No 1—w p Davis No 2—a o Alford No 3—g h Helveston No 4—j t Scoggin No 5—w a Wallace No 6—o m Lawrence No 7—a b Cooper No 8—j p Leath For Constable No 1—Guy DeLaipar^ No 3—Mark Wyatt No 4—j r Holleman No 5—d m Irby No 6 -j o Applewhite No 7—d l Roquemore No 8—m d Ray It does the populists a great deal of good to ru 1 for office, and don't do a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 October 1898

w * I t I ' 1 1 * I M SCHOOL BOOKS. To the Teachers and Patrons of the Public Schools of Rusk County:-- I have been appointed by the Publishers of the new school books adopted by the State their agent in Henderson for hand- ling, distributing and exchanging the new school books. I have a large stock on hand now and will be furnished by the Publishers a sufficient quantity to supply every school in the county. I do not buy these books but handle them as agent for the publishers and am under contract and bonds to sell them for STRICTLY SPOT CASH in every instance. The price is printed on each book and is very low, being just a little more than half the price you have been paying for books. Here is a list of them with retail and exchange price: Retail Price. $o 18 24 30 35 45 15 15 42 81 22 35 50 24 40 3° 50 Exchange Price. $O 12 15 18 17 25 40 80 65 80 05 08 READERS. First Reader Stickney Second Reader, Stickney, Third Reader, Stickney, Fourth Reader, Woodard, Fifth Reader, Stickney, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 October 1898

^nrriw* Jt: Or if Jrfints It is much easier to keep the hzit t hen you have it than it is to re- store it ")i>hen it's lost. If your hair is "coming out" it needs insia.nl attention. The use of A YER'S HAIR VIGOR ivill promptly stop the hair from felling, and stimulate it to new grotvth. " Some years ago my hair began to fall out and I became quite bald. I <was ad- Vised to try ers a/r jfct Vi\ i(/or and had used it but a short time 'ifhen my hair ceased to fill out and a neru ana tngor- oas growth made its ap- pearance.My hair is not* abundant and glossy." THOS. DUNN, Rockville, Wis. THK WHKKIiY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. -—Thursday, October 6, 1898. Second clans mail matter. Ovations to the Wrong Man. They were talking about having a boom at Hardy, Ark., one fall during the administration of Presi- dent Harrison. The town is situated on the beautiful Spring river, and has the Memphis road. The idea of the boomers was to make a resort of the place, either for summer or winter pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 October 1898

J THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' V. G - VOLUME, XXXIX. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM. 1 NUMBER 43. i \ *- 4 r * if % ¥r % * it if * if The Low Price if if if if if * if * if * if OF COTTON may be just a bit discouraging, *f ir but a dollar now will buy more goods than 7? * if * if if * if * if * if * if -?? if * if * if * if buy 4 at any time in the past. To prove this I 'f. stand ready to give you more Good Goods * if * ic if * if for your money than you can get elsewhere. # A cordial invitation is extended to all to come, get prices and be convinced. 1 want -$r ' ' if * if * if ic if * your trade and if low prices and FAIR DEALING will secure it, customer. you will become a regular I can fit you out in anything £ you need for Fall and Winter j? % wear, and consists of values % ft that can be better appreciated f £ by examination. | Yours for Business, « With the Same Old Motto: if * i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 October 1898

THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, October 20, 1898. Second class mail matter. DEMOCRAT!© TICKET. For State Senator M P McGee For Representative 27th district Jasper Collins For Representative. C J Livsey For District Attorney John B Carter For County Judge. Cbas L Brachfield For County Attorney. P O Beard For District Clerk. W G Culp For Sheriff. L T Standard For Tax Assessor. T P Bosworth For Tax Collector. H J Griffiin For County Clerk. M B Pruitt For County Treasurer. P D Chapman For Surveyor R H Thompson For County Commissioner No 1—A Bolenseifen No 2—T S Holt No 3—W J Jarrell No 4—A H Galloway For Justice of the Peace No 1—W P Davis No 2—A O Alford No 3—G H Helveston No 4—J T Scoggin No 5—W A Wallace No 6—O M Lawrence No 7—A B Cooper No 8—J P Leath For Constable No 1—Guy DeLamar No 2—R E L Wood No 3—Mark Wyatt 4—J R Holleman No 5—D M Irby No 6 -J O Applewhite No 7—D E Roquemore No 8—M D Ray The general election takes place on the 8th of next month, and ev- ery democr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 October 1898

; / A Croup Cure is what many a mother is looking for; something absolutely safe and reliable, that will disarm her terror of that dread rattling, strangling cough, so fearful to the mother, so fatal to ths child. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a croup cure that can be relied on. Thousands say so. Mis. W. J. Dickson ("Stanford Eveleth") writes from Truro, N. S.:— "That terror of mothers, the startling, eroupy cough, never alarmed me so long a3 1 had a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the houee." " We have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in our family for years. Once when onr boy had a severe attack of croup, we thought that he would die. Bm we broke up the attack by using Ayex's Cherry Pectoral." R. H. COX, Plaucheviile, La. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is put up in half-size bottles at half price—50 cents. thk weekly tim ks HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, October 20, 1898. Second ciaas mai" matter. reached Hardy rocs in ine aiternoon. GOVERNMENT PROTECTION VANDERBILT'S START, Gov. Sayers said that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 October 1898

I THE HENDERSON TIMES. £ A V BY R. T. MILNER. VOLUME, XXXIX. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 44. it *r -i'c & it * * * it if The >r & * if -§• if it if % OF COTTON may be just a bit discouraging, if but a dollar now will buy more goods than it at any time in the past. To prove this I stand ready to give you more Low Price if * if it if * if it if it if it if it if it if it if it if * if Good Goods if it if it it if * if for your money than you can get elsewhere. A cordial invitation is extended to all to -f come, get prices and be convinced. I want i? if it il it if * i£ regular Z if * your trade and if low prices and FAIR DEALING will secure it, customer. you will become a I can fit you out in anything £ || you need for Fall and Winter j* % wear, and consists of values % * that can be better appreciated If by examination. it | Yours for Business, § With the Same Old Motto: if...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 October 1898

¥ THE WEEKLY TIMES UK A dt.2l6ds. TEXAS. Thursdav, October 27, 1898. Secoml CU-is mall matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. r PC df For Stale Senator M P McGee For Representative 27th district Jasper Collins For Representative. C J Livsey For District Attorney John B Carter For County Judge. Cbas L Brachfield For County Attorney. P O Beard For District Clerk. W G Culp For Sheriff. L T Standard For Tax Assessor. T P Bosworth For Tax Collector. H J Griffiin For County Clerk. M B Pruitt For County Treasurer. P D Chapman For Surveyor ' R H Thompson For County Commissioner No 1—A Bolenseifen y No 2—T S Holt / No .3—W J Jarreji No 4—A H Galkoway For Justice of the P^ace No 1—W P D^vis No 2—A O A1 ford" No 3—G, il Helveston No 4—J'T Scoggin No 5—W7 A Wallace No 6—O :M Lawrence No 7—A i3 Cooper No 8—J >P Leath For Constab'ie Njj'T—Guy DeLamar 2—R E L Wood 3—Mark Wyatt No 4—J R Holleman No 5—D M Irby No 6 ~J O Applewhite No 7—D L Roquemore No 8—M D Ray Nn- ^'fTo no No Read what Terrell and Reagan h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 November 1898

\ V THE JJENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' VOLUME, XXXIX. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEHBER 3> 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 45. * vr * fs ir * -2f . is '■ •5f * * & * * * * * * * & i's & * * * * * * S.' c% * t? * * The WORTH OF LOUPES. CANTA Low Price ind r ady to give you more *r * * * * * 4c OF COON may be just a bit discouraging, but a dollar now will buy more goods than "?f at any time in the past. To prove this I *s? • " is * * * * if for your money than you can get elsewhere. -§? A cordial invitation is extended to all to come, get r/ices and be convinced. I want -§§- your trade and if low prices and is * * #T 4' T •£- a regular * * Good. Goods FAIR DEALING will secure it, customer. you will become -;f I can fftyou out in anything 4 || you need for Fall and Winter 4c- wear, and consists of values % * that can be better appreciated 4 by examination. % | Yoars for Business, is With the Same- It Old Mot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 November 1898

- -- onlv dei otl U No More Rheumatism It Had Troubied for Years, but Hood's Cured It ' Batter in Every Way— Gained in Weight. "I h T« been afflicted with a -t of Ike long*, and my constitution haa not tew strong for many years. Several years ago I was taken with rheumatism In my toft hip. It wma not acute, bat very troublesome, making it difficult for me to walk. My physicians told me my H~nl was in a bad condition and that 1 needed • blood purifier. I bought three bottles ®ood'a Sarsaparilla and when I the first bottle I was greatly ben- . I took the second and third bot- i and found that I had no more rheu- I gained five pounds In weight IW much stronger than before tak- «g Hood's Sarsaparilla." J. E. Boo- **•1 Armour, Texas. $8,000 Stock at Wholesale Cost. Hood's Sarsaparilla J*®*best—In fact the One True Blood Furifler. —M by all druggists. $1; srx for $a. Hood's Pills only pills to taks ■ ■uvu s fills with Hood's Sarsaparilla. THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, Novem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 November 1898

4 w \t/ i St/ $ Higbtowei Is Agent for the * $ vt/ W v / $ Take | Hightower's | Liver Tablets | For Biliousness | and Constipa* | tion. He | Guarantees New Text Books, i Them. HE does the EXCHANGE business, taking old books in part pay for new one. HE has the biggest line of stationery in the county. Hightower's Is headquarters for Drugs, Paints, Oils, Var- nishes, Toilet Preparations and everything to be found in a modern drugstore, at t vt/ $ w w w *!/ W V!/ W Vt/ w M/ w I -x --y -x -x -v -v ^ ■ w/9999999999999| Laxacold Cures Colds and Breaks Up Lagrippe. Try It. 1 Hightower's, m The Druggist. s $ f vt/ s LOCAL NEWS. Fine apple cider at Doyle'e. The fair is here too. -and the people Mr. Rob Gould, of Pearsall, is visiting relatives in the city. Go to the polls £trd vote your honest convictions. The fair grounds are full of peo- ple and all sorts of things. Editor Jasper Collins of the Panola Watchman is in the City. New Hickory Wagons, Superior Stoves, at Lacy's. A full line of s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 November 1898

■ \ 1 Scrofula« Snake-Uke in its subtlety. It lies hidden for years in the ambush of the blood, and when it strikes it voids its venom alike on strength and beauty, disfiguring the one and undermining the other. Ajjer's Sarsaparilla is a specific for scrofula in its worst and most malignant forms. Scrofula is a blood disease. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a blood purifying medicine. Mineral medicines only drive scrofula below the surface. Dr. J. C. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a vegetable remedy and it eradicates the disease. There is no remedy for scrofula equal to Ayer's Sarsa- parilla. • "I wag cored of a long-standing case of scrofula by Dr. J. C. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. The disease first manifested itself when I was a child, by breaking oat in red blotches all over my body. I was not free from the trouble until I took several bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. That effected a per- manent core.' —mjss. E. h. Snydeb, Lehigh- ton, Pa. THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, October 27, 1898. Se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 November 1898

i Hightower Is Agent for the New Text Books. | HENDERSON TIMES. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. HE does the EXCHA' old books in part pa" ' 'Or, HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEHBER 17* «8Q8. NUMBER 47. * * * * & * & * * * & * * * * * * * * if * if * if * if * if * if * if The f if if # if * if if it OF CO M may be just a bit discouraging, if but a dollar now will buy more goods than at any time in the past. To prove this I stand ready to give you more Low Price Good Goods for your money than you can get elsewhere. A cordial invitation is extended to all to come, get prices and be convinced. 1 want your trade and if low prices and FAIR DEALING will secure it, customer. you will become if ic if * * if ic if i'c if if if * if * -f a regular if * I can fit you out in anything 4 you need for Fall and Winter || $ wear, and consists of values # * that can be better appreciated }t If by examination. * ^4 ————— | Yours for Business, $ W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 November 1898

the weekly times HENDERSON. TEXAS. > Thursday, November io, 1898. Second class mail matter. Now kill the mortgage. And the town of Nacogdoches failed to vote a tax for school pur- poses. The popnlists in North Carolina went back into the democratic party. The delegation to congress from Texas is democratic with the ex- ception of Hawley. Sayers has been elected by majority standing in the neighbor- hood of 200,000. Rusk county has about 2500 farms and about that many crop and stock mortgages. All this matter published in the daily papers about what the Peace Commission is doing is sensational stuff—the verriest rot. Nacogdoches county elected the democratic ticke. by a good majority and thus redeemed itself from the rule of populism. Mrs. W. E. Tribble from Har- mony Hill was here several days last week the guest of her daugn- ter, Mrs. March, at the Hotel Whitfield. The report is going the rounds now that a syndicate representing $400,000,000 has been organized for the purpose o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 November 1898

/ r* > * w s s Higli tower SM \ / Vt/ M/ M/ W M/ Take Hightower's Liver Tablets For Biliousness and Constipa- tion. He Guarantees Them. M/ W M/ S0 Is Agent for the New Text Books. VWW W W WW WW HE does the EXCHANGE business, taking old books in part pay for new one. HE has the biggest line of stationery in the county. Hightower's Is headquarters for Drugs, Paints, Oils, Var- nishes, Toilet Preparations and everything to be found in a modern drugstore, at Laxacold Cures Colds and Breaks Up Lagrippe. Try It. Hightower's, The Druggist. W M/ W W W W t S M/ w W w M/ vt/ SM W i W W *♦/ SI/ sty W \t/ W LOCAL NEWS. Eggs wanted by Doyle & Son. Henderson has received 12,117 bales of cotton this season. Axes, saws, hammers, steel wedges, etc., at Lacy's. Miss Effiie Sbaw from Longview is in the city. Guns and cutlery can be found at Lacy's. Henderson shipped a big load of cattle this week to the West. Leave your order for a hat at Mrs. Price's millinery store. New crop fruit cake ingred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 November 1898

s m Win TJhe jfoalth ofthejffair is indicated by Us condition. When the natural secretions decrease; 'when the hair becomes dry, splits at the ends and comes out in combinj ; -whin the gloss disappears and the hair ie- comes gray or faded, the ill h"clth cf the hair is indicated. The success cf AVER'S HAIR 'VIGOR is duz to iht fact that it restores the hzir-pro- ducing organs to their natural 'vigor. It encourages and promotes the secre- tions of the hair follicles, and thzs gray or faded hair regains its original color, new growl h begins, and lost lus- tre is restored. " I have used for fifteen years. It causes the hair to keep it s natural color and is a positive cure for baldness." — T. B. WEYANT, Weyant, Pa. I£ THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, November io, £898. Second class mail matter. The Old Fashioned Heaven. Talmage. I speak these words on the changes in heaven and the new improvements in heaven also because I want to cure some of you of the delusion that your ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 December 1898

THE HENDERSON TIMES. ■m BY R. T. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME, XXXIX. "V; ANDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEHBER i, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 49. * %■> r * * * if * if if The Low Price * * * tf i? * * * t OF COTTON may be just a bit discouraging, £ but a dollar now will buy more goods than at any time in the past. To prove this I stand ready to give you more 0 if * if * i'f * <0 c% * if * * *- * * 4c if * if if if if Good Goods if if if 4c 4c 4c if if if for your money than-you can get elsewhere. A cordial invitation is extended to all to come, get prices and be convinced. I want 4c if 4c * 4* if 4C- if if if * your trade and if low prices and FAIR DEALING will secure it, customer. you will become a regular I can fit you out in anything 4 f you need for Fall and Winter f % wear, and consists of values 5 # that can be better appreciated *1 by examination. i'f | Yours for Business, $ With the Same Old Motto: if Endel "■v if if if 4c ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 December 1898

\ ■fifia Hood's eo0,,0,, (Calendar I Q AA is a perfect beauty, lO J s patriotic, up to date. Siihjr-c': "AN AMERICAN' GIRL." One of thi handsomest pieces of color work issued this year Lith- ographed. with border of army and navv emblems embossed in gold Leave your name with vour drug- gist and ask him to save you a eopv or send 6 cents in stamps for one to C. I. HOOD & CO , Lowell. Mass. [Mention this paper. J A SENSATIONAL ADDRESS. Remember Hood's Sarparilla is America's Greatest Medicine for the Blood and the Best that Money 6an Buy. Hence take only Hood's. Tim WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, decembkr r, i8q8. Second Claim mail matter. Blanco has lettt-Cuba, and will soon be at fecine in Spain. «fr£" 9 0 "Expansion means more taxation and less representation. It is a doctrine that most republicans will gladly endorse. Barney Gibbs was one of the most conspicuous figures at the Sayers banquet at Dallas last week. Barney is no longer a populist. Read Nelms' letter in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 December 1898

/ $ / / / $ s I V*/ W W W $ I Vl/ W W vl/ W M/ Sf/ St/ VI/ $ # M/ Arrived! The largest and most complete stock of Holiday goods ever before receiyed in Henderson. Inspection will prove our statement to your entire satisfaction. This beautiful and big stock of everything useful, ornamental and pretty is now displayed at High- tower's, the Druggist. Call and see them and vou will know that this is headquarters for your purchases. NONE can compare with us in prices and stock. Remember and see them at HIGHTOWER'S, £ SI/ s $ f i VI/ S VI/ 1 § f VI/ W VI/ w vl/ f f VI/ VI/ W VI/ VI/ SI/ SI/ SI/ The Druggist. $ SI/ vl/ SI/ LOCAL NEWS. Trv H. Harris' pure Rye whisky at 75c 1 quart—something extra. Pocket knives; at Teller's. Go to Alford's for bargains. His goods are going at cost. H. Harris keeps pure liquors, suitable tor medical purposes. Mr. Jim Hays left this week for Mineola. Go to Lacy's dressers, suits, etc. for bedsteads, Look out for the tainment next week. Band Enter- 4 piece gla...

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