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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 December 1898

\ 'III Troisftle Stomach trouble is the common name applied to a derangement of the system which is keenly felt but vaguely understood. It may mean inability to retain food or to digest it. It may mean nausea, pain after eating, fullness, inordinate craving for food, or entire lack of appetite. Whatever it means, there's trouble, and it's with the stomach. If you have stomach trouble, you will be interested in thi3 letter from a man who had it and was cured by Ayei"s Sarsaparilla " For nine yea.-a I suffered from stcnaeh trouble.* I tried the aid of the best doctors of Philadelphia and Pittsburg, and spent large sums of money, all in vain. One day while waiting a train in Bellaire, 0., I picked np a paper with a notice of Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. I got one bottle to try it. It did me so much good that I purchased five more bottles. I took four of them and gained in flesh, my appetite improved, and now I can eat anything. My stomach is all right, thanks to the use of Ayer's Sarsapa- rill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 8 December 1898

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. ri c r— "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXIX. * X HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEHBER 8, 1898. NUMBER 50. The * C% «!^ * * * ic £§" tc -:f 0% if * if * if * if * if * if t% if tc if * if 4c if if «& if f OF COT TON may be just a ^ bit discouraging, but a dollar now will buy more goods than ; at any time in the past. To prove this I "*T0 stand ready to give you more / T>T Low Price Good Goods if ic if FAIR DEALING for your money than you can get elsewhere. -£c A cordial invitation is extended to all to £f come, get prices and be convinced. I want -?% your trade and if low prices and <$f * if will secure it, you will become a regular ^ customer. - ' ~~~————————'—————————— If I can fit you out in anything -;f § you need for Fall and Winter jf 5 wear, and consists of values $ fe that can be better appreciated || by examination. $ 4;- — if % Yours for Business, * if * With the Same || Ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 8 December 1898

¥ Hood's eo"po" (EaUendar 1899 t* AN is a perfect beauty, patriotic, up to date. Subject: AMERICAN GIRL." One of the handsomest pieces of color work issued this year Lith- ographed. with border of army and navy emblems embossed in gold Leave your name with your drug- gist and ask him to save you a copy or send 6 cents in stampsv for one to C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell. Mass. [Mention this paper.] Remember Hood's Sarparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine for the Blood and the Best that Money Can Bay. Hence take only Hood's. THE COMMISSION KNOCKED OUT The decision of Judge McCor- mick, in granting the injunction asked by the Texas railroads, is generally endorsed by the business men in the large cities, in Texas and also by all corporation attor- neys. The following expressions from the city of Houston are a pretty fair sample of the opinions as they prevail in the large cities Mr. Bryan Heard, manager of the George H. McFadden cotton agency said: "I was very much pleased to learn of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 December 1898

¥ THE HENDERS w T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." TIMES. $1.00 PER ANNUM. JME, XXXIX. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEHBER 22, 1898. NUMBER 52. s. ! •' • ' !' • i \nnnal Clearing Sale! | It the next thirty days ev= si- ng at actual cost. To j* tain our reputation for low j:- p. ^es and and to show you % that we can excel our competi= If tors in vt7tIue=giving, we are || going to iiibiikgurate an 4 ic Cost Sale I * if to last during the entire nth f| of December. Our entire ck, * including everything but ro= || ceries, will be sold at slaug ter 4 prices. It is not necessary to quote prices in a sale of this j:- kind, but we want to impress % upon you that this is an Actual^ Cost Sale, and if you come to \ our store and don't find prices 4 lower than elsewhere we don't || want you buy one cent's worth \ Don't doubt the genuiness of | this sale, but come in and see 4 for yourself. v. if ic % ic if %■ if * if 4s- if * if * if * * if * if * if * if c% ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 December 1898

/ W<KK\.\ Vi^iKS ill! JDURSOX. TiiXAS. D kc em B r. R 22. fS<)8. Second mmj itit&fT< t Thk Times will go out to its subscrib?rs next year, as usual, right square on its merits. It stands for democracy as it was taught by the fathers. It will continue to advocate the rights of the plain people regardless of all opposition. It will not tire in telling its readers what it belieyes on the question of finance and will contend vigorously for the coinage h gold and silyer at the old itic ratio of 16 to i. It Ippose territorial expansion, BRYAN AND BAILEY XSe Two Big Democrats Breaktas* and Taikea. •l nshington, The leaders of den conference tod a the rrsult was ca^s$ Bryan an H Stimulate the si use the liver, cun s, headache, stomach, consr Vrice 25 cents. Pills to take COST! ||| The Secret W.J. breakfasted togetP* and, in a general public and party ms? A%c oblem of education is one ople capable of think- work at. Here in Rusk policy which should~\ /Tollowed j count}' we have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 December 1898

y The pure Paul Jones whiskey is sold by H. Harris only. Try it. Oberthier has the prettiest buggy ropes your ever saw Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use in time. Sold by druggists. Christn.."s Presents Shades in all colors. style = curtain poles, etc., at A. T- Lacy's. ~ OLD SflHTB , Has just arrived ! will make f W in town. He HIGHTOWER'S Headquarters during the next w two weeks. Send the children^ to see him. Santa f $ Vt/ W \j> Will receive all letters addressed to him by yiy children and carefully attend to them. He X 'as a special box at ^ HIGHTOWER'S, $ The Druggist. $ w No Baits to Offer. But genuine bargains in every- thing, at J. E. Norvell & Sons'. See Ras Redwine before buying your Xmas. gifts. He has what you are looking for. Those Dress Goods At Clarence Miller's are going to be sold. A hint to the wise is sufficient. A nicely bound or late book is always an appropriate Xmas pres- ent. Anything you want at J. L. Cameron's Up-To-Date Drugstore. Notice! Notice!! All pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 December 1898

US ■■■■ ^ lor onchilis tremely good for the sufferer that harassing disease is Dr. i Cherry Pectoral. No medi- can compare with this great iy in the prompt and perma- aid it gives in all bronchial tions. It stops the cough, les the irritated throat, and in- } refreshing sleep. had a bronchial trouble of such a per- ,it and stubborn character that the doc- pronounced it incurable with ordinary nedies, but recommended me to try Ayer's erry Pectoral. One bottle cured me." J. C. WOODSON, P. M„ Forest Hill, W. Va. ihort time ago I was taken-with a tack of bronchitis, and neither phy- >r ordinary remedies gave me relief. * of finding anything to cure me, I bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ne bottle entirely cured me." TO. B. HUNTER, Altoona, Pa. 'er's Pectoral \lf-size bottles at TIMES \s. ture is so; but it has come, it has brought untold good to mankind, it will bring yet more. It makes for humanity, civilization, and the uplittine ot the whole race, and it will in greater and great...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 January 1899

mppm HENDERSON TIMES. J T. MILNER. v„ A V 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. md ME, XL. 7* HEN)^o^N.., RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. 1899. **<}, ' 1 th POINTS PICKED UP HERE AND THERE. /*rof. Frank Culp's reside, misioner ot precinci «... 3 ™ tota)ly destroyed bv f / that he -ill commence the inspec^ night of Dec 26 R ca £ tio >f roads about the 12th To Road Overseers, v The Times is requested by com misioner of precinct No. 3 to state B "3TALLISM DEFIN; <u c A V iiU iuaua - — . 1 fl Jats ,ry' 3nd that "ll r°adS * v fliS era P prrfe ict most be put in go<\^ vcon- Rem^ite '• or the 331116 wil1 -®y rePort" id s the law directs. is also accept m) iggested that all overseers of 3K Yew YeaT,a(*s must send *n l^e'r returns ye Ou. prior to the meeting oi le court. THE / of in HEY CAME TO SPEND HOLIDAYS. Mr. John Glaze and family /Troupe, spent the Holidays Henderson seeing relatives. From Louisiana Alfred a-*, ^ Wilfred Wettermark V®S'' sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 January 1899

£ the weekly times HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thuksday, janury 5, 1899. Second cttas mail matter. r >c This is the time oat of debt. of year to be The business farmer, like other business men, is constantly attend- ing to his business. The country is still so intoxi cated with militaryism that some men calling themselves democrats feel authorized to laugh and make all manner of sport at the constitU' tion. _ Henry Watterson wants the democrats to nominate Dewey and Lee for president and vice-presi dent without any platform. It seems that Watterson has turned out to be a Jabberwock. The Times is authorized to say that its esteemed friend, editor Nation ot the Velasco Times, not a republican and never was and that he was raised in Missouri and not in Kansas. Howeyer, he seems to be for McKinley, high piotection, supported Hawley, and is opposed to anything democrats favor. that the is The c!d year has gone off over <he hills and sleeps somewhere in the valleys. In the language of Shakesp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 January 1899

WADDELL-DAFFAN. Credit Good tings and Thaks! I thank my friends and customers for the lib- ^ ^ ^patronage shown me during the past year. ^ ■ w Remember me during the year to come and W accept my best wishes for a prosperous and happy ^ New Year. $ E. Hightower, The ^ uggist. LOCAL NEWS. 'Popcorn. Dgppcrs' ioc and at GallawTh's Racket Store. 15c - Mr. J A this week. Watkins J is quite ill Send this copy of The Times to your nieghbor who does not take j it, and he will do the rest. Criminal Docket. The criminal docket will be taken up 16th of Tanuary. Mr. R. P. Parker, of Minden, has returned to Fort Worth where he is a student in the medical col- A great deal ot local matter ap- pears on the first page this week. Mr. Will Akin from Palestine j at t^tat place. was here last week. A system regulator is a medicine „ ~ T TT" , i that strengthens and stimulate the Mr. Geo. F. Ross left Tuesday |hveri kgw stQmach and for Weatherford, Oklahoma, where, bowels. Pric-^t Ash Bitters is he has a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 January 1899

mp BILIOUSU NESS bosses many a body and bur- dens many a mind. You can't enjoy the food you like because you are bilious. You take all sorts of pre- cautions, and yet the bilious attack leaps on you like a tiger from ambush. Tou know the feeling! The blood seeming on fire with a dull heat; the boring pains in the eyes; the head eeeming to open and shut; the hor- rible nausea. You know the irrita- bility which precedes and the languor that follows the attack. It's miser- able, isn't it? Why not cure tho trouble ? There's a pill that will cure biliousness. Dr. J. C. AYER'S PILLS are an acknowledged specific for this derangement. A. Swanger, Texarkana, Tex., writes: " For fifteen years I have used AyePs Pills, and find them very effective in bilions com- plaints. I have yet to see the case where they have failed 1o care." Wrmmm OO MOT FAIL TO Try AYER'S PILLS THK WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, janury 5, 1899. Second class mail matter. RAZOR-BACK. Texas Stock and Farm Journal....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 January 1899

tm mm- THE HENDERSON TIMES. r. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' JME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1899. IILTON AND BAILEY. it the annexation of Porto ie tmich esteemed Nacogdo- - Chronicle reminds Con \t. Baile> that as lung as nd stood on his party plat- id obeyed its tenets, he was but when he got to die his p^rty he plaved om u mi sell orever shelved, lists that Mr Bailey would to take warning from the knee of the man he is. trying ^te. Referring to the con- ned race for the United enatorship between Chilton liley, the News-Chronicle ['Bailey is brainy and elo- jut Chilton is patriotic, sin- i deep. Chilton is, com- to Bailey, jnst what Reagan rto Herndon years ago."—Pal- fne Advocate. That is a very unfair comparison, ariiTWill not go unchallenged by any person who loves truth and justice Bailev has never betrayed the con- fidence of his constituents. He is one of the ablest champions of constitutional government in America. Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 January 1899

■I I THS WK8KT1Y TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, janury 12, 1899. Second cu'ia mail matter Sayers will be inaugurated next Tuesday. Bryan is out preaching the doctrine enunciated in the Chicago platform. The legislature met Tuesday, elected ]udge Sherrill, of Hunt county. Speaker and went to busi- ness in the usual way. It is difficult now to find any shipper in Texas opposing the railroad commission. The rates are confiscatory to all Texas en- terprises. It seems that Archbishop Mc- Kinley, Archbishop Ireland and King Pope Leo, of Rome, have entered into some sort of an alliance to govern and Christianize the Philippines. It is the opinion of decent re- publicans that it would reflect more credit upon the republican party to send Quay to the Pennsyl- vania penitentery instead of the United States Senate. It is said that Toe Bailey and Tom Reed are great personal friends, Well, there is nothing wrong in that. Onlv great men can be politi- cal enemies and personal friends at the sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 January 1899

You Ready Borax, Cayene Pepper fee on your meat? If so Tve a large supply in stock Jwest prices. AND REMEMBER we are agents for the new series SCHOOL BOOKS. V WE DO THE EXCHANGE BUSINESS. LOCAL N* WE ALSO SERVE ALL THE POPULAR HOT SODA DRINKS. Chocolate Coffee, Beef Tea, Clam and Tomato Boullion And all kinds Summer Drinks at Rock salt at Doyle & Sons. Boys hats /at hard time pr. KILGallman's Racket Store. And the cotton comes rolli * -mto Henderson every day. Mar^y farmers art sowing and ot'hers getting ready. Blanhs and Bro. stick fancy candy at Doyle & Sons. E. Hightower, The Druggist. and Bremner's fancy cak^s crackess at McAnulty Bros. and A goodly number of the Overton citizens presented themselves about the court house this week. as in - week representing- district court. To The Public. ^need of an ^ee. -{yle & Son extra Don't forget you can buy 16 bars best laundry soap for 25 cts at Gallman's Racket store. to Henderr^n Austin Jan. 17 $4 round Excursion Rate from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 January 1899

' • lip " '•-• •' j > S' ' i -3 IV Wgfes 1M Hill an not distinguished by any mark or fflgn from coughs that fail to be fatal Any cough, neglocted, may sap the strength and undermine the health until recovery is impossible. All Coughs lead to lung trouble, if not stopped. Aycfs Clerri Pectoril cares CHflls "My wife was suffering from a dreadful cough. We did not expect that she would long Hrme, bat Mr. R. V. Royal, deputy surveyor, happened to be stopping with us over night, and having a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral with him, induced my wife to try this remedy. The reeult was so beneficial that she kept on taking it till she was cured." R. S. HUMPHRIES, Saussy, Ga. "My little daughter was taken with a dis- tressing cough, which for three years defied all the remedies I tried. At length, on the urgent recommendation of a friend, I began to give her Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After using one bottle I found to my great sur- prise that she was improving. Three bottles completely cure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 January 1899

^mk HENDERSON TIMES. f. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. 'f XL. w w s s w )RDS ON EXPANSION. ^ ^yative Swanson of Vir- a good speech recent- ,v,-r Holism f congress, s closing remarks: W Portugal, with bold, W ariners. ven'ured tor h nrghtv flep -i i. ci <x .miwu regions. Supreme ocean, she established jjf id made conquests all w coasts of Atrica, had V >sessions in America, 3K i empire in India, and her dominion over the lis magnificent colonial ;isted :or years, but the burces were finally ex- han33|^ j] preserving the externals ot the empire, and Portugal's power departed, never to return. In poverty and in wretchedness she reads the sad letison of her wild ambition. Holland seized the scepter of naval power from Portugal, and in every clime were seen her sails, in every country were her colonies Herself a child of the sea, snatched, as it were, -w- from the waves, she thought her fickle mothei would give her etern- al sway. But vain ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 January 1899

- "I •—- I p-" - 2?-- zai&EBm vmum? Ttii XV.Zl.Y TIM'r> h;:.vd&rsjn. texas. ThHKSDA\ , JANUARY 19, l8<jg. Second Mant< iua.il Piatt- r The merchants in- form us that a mighty revolution is going on right her ? in Rusk County. They say there is not only a dis- position among th$ farmers to kill the credit business, but that many of them are absolutely killin g the old monster. Manhood is asserting itself. The 3Qo~f*li£ native Is Stcr-d1. hot Wintepif A member of the present grand jury who has not [ perpetuated through - means of j ft served In that capacity in the last ten years h j ATC I OU alarmed on account of the morals of the BAILEY COVERED UP IN GLORf. While Gen. Wheelet, was ex- posed to Spanish bullets and tropi- cal heat and Cuban rains, fighting for humanity and the honor and study of S young men and toys of our county. He said he E^^ytoX^!hadneverbeforeheard of white boys playing dice, craps and running horse races about over the county indiscriminately. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 26 January 1899

CI- THE' HENDFRSON TIMES. To BY R. T. MILNER. A 'TOLERANT IN ALL NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNT\ ,EXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1899. NUMBER 4. Govern' r Taylor's Addrsss to Chil- dren. The Illustrated Youth and Age. Of all tne beautiful traits of cuar-icttr possessed by the well- bclove• Governor of Tennessee, who this dav retires to private life, there is not one more conspicuous or one that so ^reatlv endears him to tl < p^oplt- js hi^ love ti>r lmle children. This is exemplified by his address in the Tabernacle, at Nashville, on the morning of December 16, on th. occasion of j the welcome extended by the schools of the city to the great naval heroes—Captain Maynard, of the guv loat Nashville, and Lieutenant Hobsou, of Mernmac fame—and which we give in full below: At the conclusion of the singing of a song, General Weaklev, presi- dent of the Board of Education, said: "Governor Taylor, on be- half of these children, I ask you to extend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 26 January 1899

- ' J / w TK8 WS?:Kf.V TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. TiU'KSDW, JANUARY 26, (899. Second cia. ca«.ii metier Kagan's heaven. spoilt beef smells to Bryan will got them "guiceand comin" next time. The Austin Statesman is now a bright and interesting democratic paper. Cui.berson was elected to suc- ceed Mills in the senate yesterday without opposition. It looks now like Bryan will have strong support in the East on account ol the fact that he is op- posed to expansion. Gov. Savers is starting off all right, and the trusts that supported him with a view of influencing his administration may soon wonder what hit 'em. . Therj New Y© represen Ther^j was a large meeting in New Y6rk against expansion. All ,t labor organizations were represented and letters from Bryan and Cleveland regretting their inability to attend. The Texas legislature is getting down to business. The first law enacted makes the disposition of mortgaged property a powerful dan- gerous thing. It has ever been a dangerous thing to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 26 January 1899

mmm i M6 fame- below At # of a st dent < said: 3 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 the child. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a croup cure that can be relied on. Thousands say so. Ubs. W. j. Dickson ("Stanford Eveleth") writes from Truro, N. S.:— "That terror of mothers, the startling, croupy cough, never alarmed me so long as 1 had a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the boose." "We have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in onr family for years. Once when our boj had a severs attack of cro'ip, we thought that he would die. But we broke up the attack by using Aytrr's Cherry Pectoral." R. H. COX, Plaucheville, La. Ayer's Ckrrg Pectoral is put up in half-size, bottles at half price—50 cents. THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, January 26, 1899. I r Second Class mail matter 'crossed" money orders. lalrcuardi Employed In England In Mak...

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