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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 26 January 1899

Sr- e You Ready To use Borax, Cayene Pep er and Sage on your meat? If so we have a large supply in stock at owest prices. TKNO REMEMBER we are agents for the new series SCHOOL BOOKS. WE DO THE EXCHANGE BUSINESS. WE ALSO SERVE ALL THE POPULAR HOT SODA DRINKS. Chocolate Coffee, Beef Tea, Clam and Tomato Boullion And all kinds Winter Drinks at J.E. Hightower, The Druggist. \!/ W W W W W vl/ W M/ / SI/ M/ M/ M/ W W M/ \l/ \!/ * W M/ W "A Holy Terror," at opera house Friday night. Tickets on sale at Cameron's. Nobby Hats. H. C. Miller has a large stock of the nobbiest hats in town. Get our prices on seed potatoes before you buy. J. H. &J. O. McLarty. Seed Irish potatoes, Onion setts, and garden seeds, all fresh at Doyle & Son. Money Talks At the Cash -Store. Therefore call at McAnulty Bios, for all kinds of groceries, Seed Oats, Onion Setts. And all kinds of the best garden seeds. Lost Money- Mr. Blount Rhea lost $10.25 one day last week between Henderson and Little's Mill. Ten d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 2 February 1899

I I THE HENDERSON TIMES. t = / B' R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOfl-IME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1899. NUMBER 5. VI Hon aires in Hard Luck. Veive 1 1 a great country. Thre are 70.000,000 of as they s 1 v. I. very citizer could nave $7 to-iy, this would be a happy new vea'all around I is awful to think how many ar< -nort aged up to the neck and ha eu't 7 cents in change. it is interesting to note how ot and t£ his arable breast a field in ny stars thereon cents. J ar ccasion, for thinking liglj •> When one reads that poor little peculiarity, hty se^-/y Mr. Rockefeller, who heads the chastized the Buzzard a. ^1 Ratt-e snake, who dwelt together in the Aquila Et Leo. Burk Cochran on Imperialism. Farm and Ranch. "Tnis heresy of imperialism A Lion, who had for neighbors sweeping over the country is the Bear, the Game Cock and tl~e threatening the stability ot our in Billy Goat, having ravaged the stitut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 2 February 1899

r i thk w'!5r.<vi.Y rnnH ifl'VDhk -.OX. T-'.XAS | ThUKSDAX , FEBRUARY 2, 1899. Sflrond :;ai-s uihiI Matter I ' THAT "TEXAS CANNON." There comes to this office the "Texas Cannon," a paper pub- lished at Austin, pregnant with high-sounding contents, rather neat in mechanical execution, flaunting capital letters on every page like a turgid advertisement, containing ostentatious subjects discussed in the style of a swagger and swash- buckler; and through and through displaving a spirit of obsequious- ness and servile submission to the will of corporations calculated to make a brave, pioiid iran shuddei at the depravity of fallen manhood. The "Texas Cannon" publishes on its first page a list of contributors that would make the Forum, the North American Review, the Cen- tury, or any of the high class periodicals turn green with envy. Whether those names are authentic, alleged, or forged, we are not pre- pared to say. One thing, however, we do know: the contributors to first-class journ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 February 1899

1 * •% r $1.00 PER ANNUM. NGS, NEUTR/U IN NOTHING. BY R. T. MILNER. NUMBER 6. cY, TEXAS, TJ^SDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 99. HENDERSON, VOLUME, XL. A Letter From Home. ENDORSES "1 HE TIMES, Mr Editor:—I like The Times becanse you advocate the princi- ples and political traditions of the tathers—pnre and undefiled democ- racy. I s&k give us the Chicago platform pare and simple, in i s fall text. Those Interviews. riinden, Texas, Jan. 31, 1899. I feel impressed with the importance of endors- ing the sentiments expressed in those interviews between two of our grand jurors and the editor of THE HENDERSON T1HES in r.cent issues. I so ilexion. The purifying effk of fresh strawberries, when eatan freelj7, upon the complexion is bevontl dis- pute. The fruit itself principally of pure distilled water it W. J- Bryan and Joe Bailey are my choice for president and vice- heartily endorsed them that I Called all my boys in ^mfh^/manner. Those who and had them all seated around the old hearth-stone, wish...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 February 1899

■mbphh \ THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON*. TEXAS. Thursday, February 9, 1899. Second ciaes mail matter The farmers all over Rusk coun- ty and in man) other sections ot the State are talking about those "blood-and-thunder" editorials which they read in The Times. A goodly number ot intelligent subscribers have assured us that those editorials alone are worth the subscription price of The Times a whole year, and it oc- curred to us that we could aflord, on that account, to suspend publi- cation for the remainder of the vear and still nobody would be deprived ot the value of his invest- ment. But after calm reflection, as we are absolutely opposed to idleness, we have determined to continue the publication of this paper ou the lines which it has ever traveled, going straight ahead, looking neither to the right nor to the left, writing down things so plainly and in a style so simple that every man who reads may understand. The Times is under obligations to no man, to no set of men in the wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 February 1899

f t • ^ I s . ,->o • f ^■1 % ? I ra§§ ^ mm i NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED, OF PLAIN GOLD RINGS AND PRICES THAT WILL SELL THEM. M W W w s s i si/ w w t HAVE NICE, CLEAN, N * W LINE O JEWELRY IN GENERAL— EVERYT 1ING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED. HISJiJOWER 9 The Druggist. \\t s w w w w s w St/ St/ W St/ St/ St/ St/ St/ St/ St/ St/ St/ St/ St/ St/ vt/ LOCAL NEWS. Teller sells paints ThirXysander cigar (or sale & Son. Try it. You can save money by buying your farm tools at Teller's. Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran at Dovle & Son's. by This cold wrather has interfered with all kinds of business including horse-swappin g. Mr. J. A. H Welch has added to his herd of cattle a fine Red See those laces and insertings to m itch at H. C. Miller's. Pole bull which he bought recently at Fort Worth Five Room Cottage on North Street to rent. Apply to Ras Redwine. Messrs. D. M. Ferrv & Co., Detroit, Mich., are the most popu-| lar seedsmen in America, having attained their high standing on the superiorit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 February 1899

A ✓ *A / -i—"T" - M / 'Y A What does A stand for? When some friend suggests that your blood needs A sarsaparilla treat- ment, remember that A stands for AYER'S. The first letter in the alphabet stands for the first of Barsaparillas; first in origin, first in record, first in the favor of the family. For nearly half a century Ager's Sarsaparilla has been curing all forms of blood diseases—scrofula, eczema, tetter, rheumatism, erysipelas, blood poi- Boning, etc. "there's a book about these cures—" Ayer's Curebook, a story of cures told by the cured," —which is sent free on request, by Dr. J. C. Ayer, Lowell, Mass. The book will interest you if you are siek or weak, because it tells not what it is claimed the remedy will do, but what your neighbors and fellows testify that it has done. Will it cure you ? It has cured thousands like you. Why not you? THE WKEKTJY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, February 9, 1899. Second class mail matter An Arkansas Wedding. There happened to be a large...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 February 1899

? THE HENDERSON TIMES. B( R. T. MILNER. VOLUME, XL. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 8J I AN OLD SUBSCRIBER'S VIEWS. Editor Times:—While every- thing is stiff frozen and the ground white with snow, and my parlor thermometer standing three de- grees below zero—at 6:15. a m. this Sabbath mornii.g—while sit- ting around the fireside premedi tating over the past an I re-reading The Henderson Times and < o menting upon its many good teachings and sound doctrine, I take up my pen to write. Your interviews with the two grand jurors and Mr Welch's article alone are worth the subscription price of your paper for twelve months I do heartily en or The Times in its manv 00 teachings. Every young ma;, in the county who expects, to make a man out of himself ought to bv all me-ins subscribe for The Times and read its everv colnmn and page, for if you follow its teach ing and doctrine vou will be a m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 2 March 1899

£ V ? * TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." 4/r. $1.00 PER ANNU VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, flAR ' 2, 1899. NUMBER 9. Observations From the Saddle. Dabney White. [L om the Texas Farm and Ranch ] I have followed the highways and byways that lead through the rural parts of Rusk county, and now feel that I can write intelli- gently of the ■'resent conditions, what this people are doing, what they can do and what you can do in this part of Texas. During the initial part of my journev I was an optimist; one d' I was pessimistic, and now ar fatalist, believing as confidently as any one that what is to be will be. * * * The revolution of states, their wars, and their intrigues do not present the onlv aspect, nor, per haps, the most interesting under which human nature can be studied. It is man in his domes tic relations around his own fire- side, where alone uis real charac ter can be truly disclosed; in his ordinary occupations in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 2 March 1899

Tkit WWKKIiY TIMKts HJWDEXSJN, TEXAS. F«U7KS .V . MARCH 2, ! 8<J9- Becoml cuiks rua 11 n.atit-r The legislature is acting wisely in defeating the foolish bills of its brilliant cranks. —■ • That man llanua is the happi- est man in the republican party. He is rot endowed with sufficient am uint of sense to create in his mind a serious thought for the good of his people. He is a rich vulgarian. Thr Times thinks that Col. GicU.ings is rather too pessimistic in his cogitations. We are going to frail that crowd out in the near future and put this government right square hack where it was when it left the hands of Washing- ton and Jefferson. You can not blame a people struggling for liberty for using all kinds of warfare to obtain it. Oar forefathers were rebels to that de- gree that the word "rebel" was the most cherished of any term known to their vocabulary. They fought from ambush, and gloried in the guerrilla tactics of Marion, Pickens and Sumpter. We were denounced by the English...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 2 March 1899

J -*s - fC V J15 ( 4 LOCAL NEWS. Tae gardeners are in 4vidence. A large variety of Ladies' ties ju>t received at H C. Miller's. Bob McWilliams has added to his herd of cattle a fine Hereford from New Branniels. Spring goods arriving at J. Norvell & Sons'. Ladies' Shirt Waists. A beautiful and well assorted line of shirt waists atH. C. Miller's Charley Norvell of Henderson was here Sunday.—Garrison En- terprise. Garden seed, Irish potatoes, and onibn sets, of all varieties, at E B Alford's. Mr. T- Williams has bought the entire bankrupt stock of H. Harris, and has moved it into his saloon at the old stand. In the celebrated cases this week before Chief Justice Davis the juries failed to agree. Say young man, have you seen those neckties at J E- Norvell & Sons'? We promise you fair and cour- teous treatment, good goods, and low prices, at E B. Alford's. The receipts of cotton at Hen- derson this season have gone a few over 20,000 bales, the largest in many years. Just recei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 2 March 1899

V V- ant nil no* gtet wh; the in t D jour I I ws iatal any i Tt wars prese haps, wbicl studit tic re side, ter ca ordins wheth pleasu ot livi. as dra' it is, in which society if we w pressur obtain the acti Thes< of four ( er being of joan wheels, the hoof, and pair ter runs From th( the root, wheels ai never cai roads are inf p tv> •• J ■ LIVELY CORRESPONDENCE. and common carelessness can make a combination strong enough to defy all the healing skill of the physician. Common carelessness lets the cold foot and grow. Common.carelessness says, between paroxysms of cough- ing, " It will be all right in a day or two," and the common end is con- firmed lung trouble, perhaps con- sumption. The common-sense treat- ment of a common cold is a prompt dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It is the most efficient and reliable cure for colds and coughs, and is con- stantly prescribed by physicians. S. Haynes, M. D., Saranac, N. Y, saya :— " I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in my practice sin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 March 1899

r;, • V % S THE HENDERSON TIMES BY R. T. MILNER. erf it*W "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. I VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, flARCH 9, 1899. NUMBER 10. Judge Reagan Talks. Austin, Texas, Feb 18 —Chair man J H Reagan of the railroad commission was ask"d to day: "Would vou object to givii > your views to the press as tu tL.e effect of the compromise between the railroad commission and the railroads?" He replied: "No, sir, as t'-iis i.- a matter in which tne public gen erally is interested." "How will the schedules of ratrs agreed on affect freight rates? "They slightly increase rates The rates on cotton and 'umber remain as they were before the in junction suits were instituted. Tne rates on flour, wheat, oats and hav are |ui changed, but there is a very small increase in the rates on local shipments of corn, but the maxi- mum rates of 12 1-5 cents per 100 pounds in common point territory remains as it was. The rates on beef cattle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 March 1899

the weekly times HENDEKSON, TEXAS. Thursday, march 2, 1899. Second class mail matter. The Congressional Record is authority for spelling it Filipino. Congress adjourned last Sat- urday. The next one will not meet till December unless there is an extra session. Prominent Englishmen have formulated McKinley's expansion policy. They didn't formulaate the policy Geo. Washington adopt- ed. Bryan was at Fort Worth the first of this week the guest of Col. R. M. Wynne, and later he went to Austin where he addressed the legislature. The report of the legislative committee that visited the reforma- tory was so full of scandal that the redoubtable Bill Sterett refrained from giving it publicity. Let us have it Congressman John W. Cran ford, of Sulpur Springs, Texas, died m Washington City last Thursday night. The term for which he was elected expired on Saturday following. It seems that the railroad lob- byists have made a majority of the members of the legislature belieye that a vote for cons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 March 1899

\ \ LOCAL NEWS'/ Teller has the farm implements. and Lacy has the stock of stoves makes the right prices. A nice line of Oxfords just ceived by Mays & Harris. re- Al! kinds of farm implements Teller's. New hats, Sons. at J. E- Norvell & Julia Marlowe Oxfords at Mays & Harris'. For a pair of pants or shoes, to M. Kangerga & Bro. Irish potatoes, onion setts garden seed at Doyle & Sons. go and A nice line of shirt waists for 50 cts. at Gallman's Racket Store. Don't buy your shoes until you have seen the Pingree & Smith shoes, at J E. Norvell & Sons. Garden seed, Irish potatoes, and onion sets, of all varieties, at E- B. Alford's. See the prettiest line ot dry goods in Henderson, ac M. Kangerga & Bro's. Go to Lacy for your paints. They have all the different colors and carry the best stock. Capt. J. M. Mays received from New-Braunfels this week a fine Hereford which he has placed with his herd of native cattle and thus the improvement of cattle goes on. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 March 1899

¥ % 5 i e. -<f. BSJSKKMl is o Good Thing to be rid of, because bad blood is the breeding place of disfiguring and dangerous diseases. Is your blood bad ? It is if you are plagued by pimples or bothered by boils, if your skin is blotched by eruptions or your body eaten by sores and ulcers. You can have good blood, which is pure blood, if you want it. You can be rid of pimples, boils, blotches, sores and ulcers. How ? By the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla It is the radical remedy for all dis- eases originating in the blood. Read the evidence: " Ayer's Sarsaparilla was recommended to me by my physioian as a blood purifier. When I began taking it I had boils all over my body. One bottle cured me.''—Bonnes Craft, Wesson, Miss. "After six years' suffering from blood poison, I began taking Ayer's Sarsapa- rilla, and although I have used only three bottles of this great medicine, the sores have nearly all disappeared."—A. A. Man- ning, Honston, Texas. THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thurs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 March 1899

1* 1 V S>. ^ X \\% & i. V O. <5. 4> THE HENDSRSON TIMES. Vs BY R. T. MILNER. 3 VOLUME, XL. •TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, HARCH 16, 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 11. The Hon. l orn L. Johnson. A typical man of oar times is the Hon Torn L Johnson who, hivi g accumulated a big fortune. n<y.v j>r p->« •; 'o *iv^ the r -'inin der of hi- lite to advocating the single.tax reform projected by the late H' irv Gei-rtre H - is a com- paratively young man. ha ii<g been born in 1854 in S.-oU county, Kentucky, and he is one of the lamous family of the Johnsons of Madison county, Virginia Hi* family have been noted for soldier- ly qualities but none of them p"~r commanded as many men a gle-Tax Tom" who has ha 000 on his pay-rolls At the "age of 15, when most self made Ameri cans were going to work, Tom Johnson was errand boy, and clerk, in the office of the Louis- ville Street railway company. His career was a brilli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 March 1899

■H '9* V THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, march 16, 1899. Second cubs mail matter The Reform Club of 52 William Street, New York, has become alarmed ionce more. It declares that the same old fight for "fiat money" is going to be the main issue in the presidential campaign, and that the friends of "sound money" must go to work to sup- press the silver movement This is the concern that offered to fur- nish The Times and many other leading silver papers a large amount of reading stuff free, in the last campaign. The Times thinks that Col. Giddings is rather too pessimistic in his cogitations. We are going to frail that crowd out in the near future, and put this government right square back where it was when it left the bands of Washing- ton and Jefferson.—Henderson Times. True you did not say much, as this would be a mighty pokey country to put it back to the time you desire.—Lock hart Register. Observe that The Times did not say country. It said goyernment The Times wants ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 March 1899

\ > tit •<« V / LOCAL NEWS. Galvanized tabs at Doyle's. Go to Doyle's for garden seed Mayor Jim Alford of Overton was in Henderson this week. The best $1.25 oil grain shoe in town at Gallman's Racket Store. New Embroideries, at T- E. Nor- vell & Sons. Nearsilk, at J. E Norvell & Sons. For a nice fan go to Gallman's Racket Store. A nice line of new window shades, at C. G Burnett's. Mr. A. O. Alford is in the city this week. Seed Oats and Seed Sweet Potatoes at Doyle & Son. Percals and Madras cloth, at J E Norvell & Sons. Mr. Lee Hickey is taking a coarse in bookkeeping in Pongh- keepsie Ring ap Phone 38 lor first class groceries. Prompt delivery. Those dress goods at Clarence Miller's will tell you how much is now being done to please the eye. The farmers do say that it is the latest spring on record A great deal of corn will be planted in April this year. Embroideries and laces in the greatest variety and at prices cheaper than ever, at J. E Nor- vell & Son...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 March 1899

PS MMMHMnpM ••.v. im V o o m THE WEEKLY TIMEii HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, march 16, 1899. Second cimb mail matter W%? Pointed Paragraphs. Too often we mistake compan- ions for friends. The all 'round proverb is sort oi circular saw. Revenge generally seeks refuge in a pretty small bead. The apple of a man's eye is too often but the fruit of egotism. The cipher might be cited as an example of something for nothing. Itinerant knife-grinders say bus- iness is best when things are dull. The lawyer earns his fee by words, but frequently takes it out in deeds. Some actors start out to elevate the stage and end by depressing the public. If sleep is conducive to beauty some people must suffer from chronic insomnia. Satan would be unable to run his business if men didn't furnish him so much free help. It's a mean man who will rejoice at finding a button off his coat when his wife hasn't time to sew it on. When New York's junior sena- tor takes his seat his colleagues will probably greet him...

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