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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 May 1899

: >■ m 1 Tour heart beats over one hun- dred thousand times esota day. One hundred thousand suppV.es of good or bad blood to your brain Vhlch is it? If bad, impure blood, than tout brain aches. You are fronted with drowsiness vet cannot sleep. You are as tired in mt morning as at night. You have no nerve power. Your food does you but [ little good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, cannot cure yeu; bat I ▼ill. It makes the Hrer, kidneys, skin snd bowels perform their proper work. It removes all im- punties from the blood. And it makes the blood rich in ha life- giving properties. To Hmmteu i Rooov&ry. You will be more rapidly cured if you will take a laxative dose of Ayer's pills esch night. They arouae the sluggish Hver and thus cure biliouaneaa. We •om. the Ci particular® In yourau*. AMnu-VK:*£JSS%m. THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, may ri, 1899. Second class mail matter y How They Do It. "Ladies Wanted—To do light and agreeable work at home. No canvassing. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 18 May 1899

>: .y'sv THE HENDERSON TIMES. . MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. E, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1899. NUMBER 20. it- <% • STONE ON BRYAN. at J. TELLER, •••Dealer in... AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN-WILLIftMS' PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS. All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. m«r twtwvnuuuvmmvnvt\vunvuw«vl>t vhw«v\ llillllliltllilimf Star Barber Shop and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east of Meat Market. Completely j|| fitted with all modern fixtures, having Combination || Mirror Cases and Revolving Barber Chairs. Bathing = capacity is as good as can be had anywhere. ^ Three First-Class Barbers Always on hand. First-class tonsorial work of any kind guaranteed. Hot, cold, and shower baths at all hours. Keep for sal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 18 May 1899

I *v I THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, may i8, 1899. Second class mail matter Every old cow and yearling in the whole country is in demand at a good cash price. The legislature has passed a bill, and which has been signed by the Governor, making the giving of rebates a felony. The Weekly Journal, a paper just started at Rusk, Cherokee county, is a sprightly sheet, well edited and neatly printed. What has become of the tariff question? While all true demo- crats must stand for a wise and just financial policy, it will not do to depart from the old and consti- tutional doctrine of a tariff for revenue only. -i^eems almost impossible that ip a government established by such men as Washington and Jef- ferson a system of trusts such as now exists could be organized and maintained according to law. Pub- lic sentiment must be awakened or our free institutions must perish from the earth. Stringent laws against trusts must be upheld by a strong public sentiment, and it is, there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 18 May 1899

2WS. that every one wers Of Course at Lacy's lower, i whistling club is a America. and all .t Lacy's. kinds of s gradually increasing Henderson. u seen thosv. lett's? .cks iii j new line bf at Mrs. Kidd's. ladies no- Mr. and Mrs. A. Wettermark went to Galveston last week. $1.85 buys a 3 qt. freezer $2.15 for a 4 qt. at Lacy's. or JudgeS. J. Hendrick went to Austin a few days ago on impor- tant business. An elegant line of all millinery goods for the season at lowest prices, at Mrs. Kidd's. Several of the boys went to Omen this week to be present at the closing exercises of the school there. Two leaders, a good counter- pane for 50 cents, $1.50 grade for $1, at Noryell's. A bolt of electricity struck the staple of the Presbyterian church last week, but the damage was light. Go to freezers. prices. Mr. John S. Hardeman, the Chesterfieldian drummer, is circu- lating among friends this week, after completing a tour among his numerous customers in East Tex- as. Lacy's tor your cream Best...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 18 May 1899

- iw, I - F Youf heart beats over one hun- dred thousand tim*« each day. One hundred thousand auppKea of good or bad blood to your brain. Vhich is it? If bad, impure blood, thenyottr brain aches. You are troubled with drowsiness vet cannot sleep. You are as tired in the morning as at night. You have no nerve power. Your food does you but little good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, cannot cure you; but will. It makes the liver, kidneys, skin and bowels perform their proper work. It removes sll im- purities from the blood. And it makes the blood rich in Us life- giving properties. To Hmuton Rooovory. You will be more rapidly cured if you will take a laxative dose of Ayer*4 pilla each night They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness. HMfsfeovlMaN. Wo b Y« tki exeltutr* ••rrleai of •on* of thr moat ealnMl vhyaUiu* la the Cut tod fiitN. Wrlt*tr««V all U>« particulate in Toareat*. Addian, DR. J. c. JLTB, T in-iil Mm BOB TAYLOR ON THE BOYS. The happiest period in li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 May 1899

zn jte^8a®W9saBesBSiee*is "THE HENDERSON TIMES. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. 5> , XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1899. NUMBER 21. % 4 J. TELLER, •Dealer in... AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN'WILLIAMS' PAINTS, GILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS. All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. Star Barber Shop and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east of Meat Market. Completely fitted with all modern fixtures, having Combination Mirror Cases and Revolving Barber Chairs Bathing capacity is as good as can be had anywhere. ^ Three First-Class Barbers f Always on hand. First-class tonsorial work of any kind guaranteed. Hot, cold and shower baths at all hours. Keep for sale, Tonics, Flori a Water, Bayrum, Hair Oil, and in fact, all articles for tonsor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 May 1899

m £ THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, may 25, 1899. Second class mail matter Carthage and Timpson are connected bv a railroad, and cele- brations of one kind and another, with an occasional picnic hath made the places feel akin. The Marshall Morning News came out this week dressed up in paper manufactured in Texas from the bergrasse of the sugar mills at Sugarland. Ex- Gov. Northen of Georgia made the yankees a speech in Bos ton recently which they ought to study the remainder of their liyes. It was a defense of the South against the infamous slanders oi: the North, and a true and coura geous presentation of the facts as they exist. Dewey is coming home and the hero worshipper is making the welkin ring with a superabundance 01 twaddle. Sensible people, while extending a cordial greeting to this respectable naval officer, will be thoroughly disgusted with the sycophantic howling of these em- blasoned fools. Hero worship is excusable in a nation where the children are taugh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 May 1899

sws. j <^rink soda rs" Of Course. ell you price. real .ny weather is rmer now wants. sheets •ll's. and pillow >s, laces, ribbons, 3, all new styles and E. B. Alford. ael E. Miller is at home jg from an attack of malaria. Swan flour keeps peace household. For biscuits, lOlls and cakes none excel. wd by E B. Aliord. * The Methodists will hold servi- ces in the C. P. church until the work of overhauling their own difice is completed. Bromangelon, the most delicious desert jelly ever produced. Have you tried it? If not do so at once. For sale by Doyle & Son. Mr. J. A. Watkins, accompanied b> his brother, Dr. Ed Watkins, left one day last week for Edwards county in search of health. For collars, bridles, lines, single harness, collar pads and saddles see E. B. Alford's last shipment, the best goods ever offered at a mod- erate price. Dr. J. E. Hightower was at Waco last week giving attention to the state pharmaceutical associa- tion. Remember the cost sale at Gall- man's Rac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 May 1899

■r / k s 4 I Leaves otc wanting ol winter So the falling of the Mr tell* of the approach of age and declining power. No matter bow barren the tree nor how leaflets it nay teem, you confidently expect leave* again. And why? Because there ts life at the roots. So you need not worry about the fatting of your hair, the 2 threatened departure of youth Z and beauty. And why? * Because if there is a spark of life remaining in the roots of the hair AYER'S HAIR VIGOR will arouse it into healthy activ- ity- The hair ceaaea to oome out: h begins to grow: and the glory of your youth Is restored to you. We have a book on the Hair and its Dlaeases. It is free. m tl hrt9Sy It yon do a«C obtain til 70a expeetod from tlx * writ* • doctor afeoM than U mm dlfltultj oral (jitcm w9oh mar b« THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, 18, 1899. Second class mail matter Notes From the Texas Stock and Farm Journal. Late rains about Fort Stockton have made conditions favorable for all kinds of live stock. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 June 1899

X. *^4 I i i I ■' sJ f HENDERSON TIMES . T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. 2, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE i, 1899. NUMBER 21. J. TE L ER, •Dealer in... AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN-WILLIAMS' PAINTS, GILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS. All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. Star Barbed Shop and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east of Meat Mar!>;t. Completely j fitted with all modern fixtures, having Combination §g Mirror Cases and Revolving Barber Chairs. Bathing §| capacity is as good as can be had anywhere. j if Three First-Class Barbers Always on hand. First-class tonsorial work of any kind guaranteed. Hot, cold, and shower baths at all hours. Keep tor sale, Ton1 ,J1.olios' Water, Bayrutn, Hair Oil, and in fact, all articles for tonso...

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

THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, june i, 1899. Second class mail matter The news was received here yesterday evening that Gov. Sayers had appointed Gill of Palestine on the court of Civil Appeals at Galveston. It was hoped in this section that the Governor would appoint Mr. Arnold, who is regarded as a much more capable man everv way than Judge Gill. The legislature adjourned last Saturday. Am. the old democras are falling into line for Bryan. The silyer republicans who supported Bryan in 1896 say they will do it again. McKinley is gradually losing strength and the democrats are more hopeful since 1896. Bryan is going to be elected. This promises to be a sickly year. Clean up. The yellow lever germs are as thick as hops about all southern cities. When McKinley knocked out 4000 democrats at one lick he made all the democrats mad who voted for him, and they now swear that they will vote for Bryan, silver or no silver. It seems from reports now com- ing from Manila that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 June 1899

- f i ;'s all" [o^Coorae tc. at Lacy 's jps is not dis- lr#ezers, etc. at Mrs. Kidd's. 3z breaks out in Slays havoc. _ie.i ueld. ar A. Poe is in the city jd shaking hands with ome boys—and girls. Emma Whitfield from le is here the guest of her family, Mr. James Whit- The melon people are in the best ofhnmor. The cantaloupe vines are doing all that could be desired and the prospect for a big crop is absolutely flattering. Handerkerchiefs. A nice line of ladies handker- chiefs at Mrs. Kidd's. Miss Janie Whitfield who has been attending the Normal school at Huntsville is here stopping a few days with the family of her uncle, Mr. James Whitfield. Straw matungs at than ever at Lacy's. lower prices Dr. and Randolph Richardson sold a carload of Irish potatoes to W. J. Crow who shipped it to St. Jo. Mo. This is the first car of potatoes ever shipped from this place. i two year old high grade heifer and some milch cows, for sale cheap—in my absence see Capt. E. W. Vinson. C. G. Burnett. Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 June 1899

• > IS THIS ORV? [Every morning I h ve ■ taste in mj mouth; my _ e is coated; ray nead [es and 1 often fett dizzy, no Appetite for breakfast t food 1 eat distresses ave a heavy feeling in -eta. I am getting so sometimes I tremble ervea are all unstrung, ting pale and thin^T" .red in the mo;aifig as What does your doctor sav? *' You are suffering from im- pure blood." What is bis remedy? You must not have consti- pated bowels if you expect the Sarsaparilla to do its best work. But Ayer's Pills cure constipa- tion. We have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may have for the asking. i to on like to eonralt t emine in TOUT THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, june i, 1899. Second Class mail matter A Word for the Mule. Mules furnish the propelling power for all army wagons. The horse is good enough lor mounting cavalrymen and yanking artillery- men, but when it comes to the im- portant matter of transporting army supplies, there are only two ani- mals in it—the mule and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 8 June 1899

w L c- I i THE HENDERSON TIMES. f. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1899. NUMBER 22. E. J. TE L ER, •••Dealer in... AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN'WILLiaMS* PRINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, & BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIAI ALL KINDS. XT T All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. i mmwwiwwMwwwiwmwvwwwwwtwwvmttWi Star Barber ShoK and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east of Meat Market. Completely j|| H fitted with all modern fixtures, having Combination j|| i . Mirror Cases and Revolving Barber Chairs. Bathing |p H capacity is as good as can be had anywhere. T W Three First-Class Barbers & * o. A* Always on hand. ±<irst-c,".r" tonsorial work of any ~t% kind guaranteed. Hot, cold, and shower baths at all §| hours. Keep tor sale, Tonics, Flor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 8 June 1899

THK WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, june i, 1899. Second class mail matter The Lindale track farmers got from 50 to 65 cents per bushel for their Irish potatoes. The republicans have figured out the election of Henderson of Iowa for speaker of the next house to succeed Reed. The editorials in the Galveston and Dallas Newses have a tinge of originality. Evidently Bill Ster- rett is having something to do with them. The suicide season has returned and already claimed a large num- ber of victims. It is mete and proper that all good people should guard against the disease of suicide and use all efforts to prevent its spreading among useful people. As long as it is confined to the average society folk, however, and those who want to get rich by any method except honest toil, why, iust let it spread. Governor Sayers is fully aliye to the duty deyolving upon the State with reference to that wholesale butchery in Henderson county. Lynching is bad enough, but such cold-blooded assas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 8 June 1899

an ~r^-; !pf I \ 3W5. $ J'That's all" •er's of Course flEET ME ,acy's. .ails at Lacy's. /atch and clock work i, The Jeweler. r Beard went to San week to visit her ei- cantaloupes. weeks the truck grow begin shipping their The crop is fine and large. We have a large stock of pretty laces that are going very low. J. H. &J. O. McLarty. Mrs. Merritt's concerts will be given the nights of X2ih and 13th of this month. All are cordially invited to attend. 5 bolts embroidery worth 15 cts. to close out at 12*4 cts. Ladies hat pins 5 cents to 75 cts. Gallman's Racket Store. Mr. E. B Alford is in St. Louis for the purpose of finding a market for the vast amount of Irish potatoes now being shipped out of Henderson. All work strictly first-class and satisfaction guaranteed by Halli- burton, The Jeweler. Mr. E. A. Renfro of the Sunny South Drugstore, has returned from Marshall where he stood a splendid examination in pharmacy. We are making a big reduction in all summer goods. Prices al- most...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 8 June 1899

± — . 6 THK WEEKLY TIMES J HENDERSON, TEXAS. :=f Thursday, june Sec^j ,««lf 1 vonih If you are young you nat- urally appear so. If you are old, why ap- pear so? Keep young inwardly; we will look after the out- wardly. You need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray; advance agents of age. will surely restore color to gray hair; and it will also give your hair all the wealth and gloss of early life. Do not allow the falling of your hair to threaten you longerwith baldness. Do not be annoyed with dandruff. We will send you our book on the Hair and Scalp, free upon request. Wflta to tho Doctor. If you do not obtain all tha bene- Zou expected from the ue of the Vigor, writ* the doctor a boat It. Probably there Is some difficulty with roar general s fit em vhkh may b« easily removed. Addreaj, DR. J. C. AYER. ' & Lowell, Kaia. THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, june x, 1899. Second class mail matter A Postmaster's Report. When it was first arranged for / | postm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 June 1899

yn mE i-r # wm f ■."av; / THE HEND SON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THIN JS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXi THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1899. ' mmthimmnttvtiwt vvv *.v*' E. J. TEL ER, •••Dealer in... 1 * A TALE OF HORROR. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 25. ! tbe vilest words that could be used, fre'gjark: "Now, John, you know and made her lie down, seared ■ I am giying this man facts; if you AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN-WILLIAMS* PHINTS, GILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS ALL KINDS. OF All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. € wuuiutwuwuw wvwvi uwui • %•# %•# \*0 mTTTnTmmmrTmTTTnTTTrTTTTTrTTTTTTynmmr^ Star Barber Shop and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east of Meat Market. Completely fitted with all modern fixtures, having Combination Mirror Cases and Revolving Barber Chairs Bathing cap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 June 1899

lis WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. h Thursday, june 12, 1899. Second Class mail matter EDITOR GREEN AND THE "ROTTEN POL- ITICIANS OF SMITH COUNTY." He [Milner] argues, in effect, that an editor has no right to dis- cuss the conduct of rotten politi- cians in Smith county or out of it for the reason that populist news- papers will quote whate is said.— Tyler Courier. Never, no never, did Milner argue that doctrine. Milner has never believed that "rotten politi- cians in Smith county or out of it," should be shielded and de- fended by any sort of a paper. Milner has never believed however, that the "rotten politicians" in Tyler are as numerous as Editor Green daily charges they are; nor as corrupt as he boldly asserts they are. Editor Green not only has Editor Milner's hearty en- dorsement in exposing "rotteness and "corruption, but he has Mil- ner's permission to go still further and name the "corrupt" parties. However, Milner will be candid enough to say to Editor Green that to do s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 June 1899

LOCAL NEWS. About that REAL CREAM you get it at Hightower's, "Of Course." New crop Forney hay at Doyle & Son's. Mr. E. Meyer trom Mineola is here visiting friends. Fresh hams and breakfast bacon at Doyle & Son's. Mrs. B. B. McKinzie from Dal- las is here visiting relatives. Leave your orders at Doyle & Son's for fresh caobage. Mrs. Dr. Beall and Mrs. P. O. Beard have returned from San Marcos. It is raining all about in spots and the crops are good, sorry and a failure. Miss Fay Blacknall from Arka- delphia, Ark., is visiting relatives in Highland Park. Late, important arrivals at the homes of Prot. Davis and Messrs. Bill Pilgreen and Chas. Flourey. Mrs. James Whitfield and chil- dren accompanied by Mrs. Wiley Harris are visiting at Beckville. Miss Laura Little, of Encinal, is visiting her uncle Mr. C. G. Bur- nett this citv. Lacy makes the prices on hard- ware and furniture for Henderson and Rusk county. Miss Hattie Long left Fridav night for a visit to relatives at Hend...

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