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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 June 1899

y ■ Wby let your neighbors know it? And why give then a chance to guess you are even five or ten years mors? Better give tbem good reasons for guessing the other way. ItTa very easy; | for nothing tells of age so quickly as gray hair. Vigor is a youth-r«newer. It hides the age under a luxuriant growth of hair the color of youth. , It never fails to restore color to gray hair. It will stop the hair from coming out also. It feeds the hair bulbs. Thin hair becomes thiek hair, and short hair becomes long hair. It cleanses the scalp; re- moves all dandruff, and prevents its formation. We have a book oa the , Hair which we will gladly | send you. It Ton do not obtain *11 tb« bca«- I flu Vlftor 70a exMc or. wtiU . Probably with —- ITS?.1 :tr/i frc* the 1 th« d*6tor la torn* HS WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, june 22, 1S09. Second c ?s:s uf .te~ WiiAT THE PAPERS SAY. In establishing the gold trust the ice was broken, and all the other trusts have formed in quick succession. The gol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 6 July 1899

«■ V THE HENDERSON TIMES. i BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XL. 1) E. J.TELLER, | •••Dealer in... i AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS | AND HEAVY HARDWARE. f WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, i SHERWIN-WILLiaMS' PRINTS, | OILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, $ BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS 0F % ALL KINDS. All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. iHIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillliH Star Barber Shop and Bath Rooms. I 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 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, Bayrutn, Hair Oil, and in fact, all articles for tonsorial use...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 6 July 1899

'7 — TUB WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, june 22, 1899. Second class mail matter Every boy, and girl too, ought to know what the Fourth of July means in the United States. Not- withstanding the fact that more speeches have been made on this subject than on any other one theme in America and a great many good books written upon it, there are thousands of persons living here who d-4 not know why we celebrate that day. In short, it is the anniversary of our Declara- lion of Independence. was adopted July 4l i776. Thomas Jefferson was the author of the instrument, he having been put on a committee with four other mem- bers of the Continental Congress to prepare the same. Up to that time we were a part of the English government, the dominant parties living in the colonies having come from England, Ireland and Scot- land. But when the mother coun- try sought to over rpromra- The Longyiew [enderson Monday THE FLOODS. The floods of the Brazos and its tributaries seem to be without ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 6 July 1899

\ LOCAL NEWS. About that REAL CREAM you get it at Hightower's, "Of Course." Fresh oatmeal at Doyle's. Mr. Mark Stroud from Louisiana is in the city. New crop Forney hay, bran and corn at Doyle & Son's. Henderson ships out a car of cantaloupes daily. Folding beds and all-iron bed- steads at C. G. Burnett's. Mrs. M. E. Moss is visiting rel- atives at De Laird, La. Over $200 in cash were paid out here last Saturday for cantaloupes. Rocking chairs, dining chairs—a beautiful line C. G. Burnett's. Miss Bonr. _ Jpivy has returned [from a visit to South McAKster, T. Mrs. Judson H. Wood an.4 chil- dren from Sherman are here. -the [uests of Mrs. J. H. Jones. Judge Hendrick and party re- turned from their northern tour last Friday. Mr. Tad Stinchcomb, a promin- ent young lawyer of the Longyiew bar, was in Henderson Monday. Mr. Hovencamp from Tarrant county is here getting up a car load of graded Jen?^y cows. Mrs. Kate Woodall is visiting relatives at Pleasant Hill, Ga. She will be gone two...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 6 July 1899

/ \ % 8 Why let your neighbor* know it? And why give then a chance to gueee you are even fire or ten years more? Better give them good reasons for guessing the other way. It Is very easy; i for nolhhig tells of age so quickly as gray hair. vigor is a youth-renewer. It hides the age under a luxuriant growth of hair the color of youth. It never fails to restore color to my hair. It will stop the nair from coming out also. It feeds the hair bulbe. Thin hair becomes thick hair, and short hair becomes lose hair. It cleanses the scalp; re- moves all dandruff, and prevents its formation. We hsve a book on the .Hair which we will gladly send you. I Probably thai* la *oa« dlftetitr THE WEEKLY TIMES henderson. texas. Thursday, june -22, 1899. S jcoiid class mail matter Potato Crop. The Association of this place planted during the past season about sixty acres. The yield was satisfactory to all planters except three or four, being from 65 to 115 bushels per acre, the greater num- ber making ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 July 1899

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1899. NUMBER 27. E. J. TELLER, •••Dealer in... AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN'WILLIAMS' PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS. All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. Satisfactiotvguaranteed 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 bad 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 tor sale, Tonics, FloriJa Water, Bayrum, Hair Oil, and in fact, all articles for tonsorial use. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 July 1899

IL& iVEEKJiY TlUlEsi HENDERSON, TE^ls. Thursday, july y$ , 1899. / f tution. Second class mail mat The Austi MR. LOCKWOOD STANDS FIRM. tatesman intimates THE HOGG SPEECH. The speech which Hogg made in Tammany and which has created the sensation of the day through- out the North-East is as follows: We will again declare for the unlimited free coinage of silver and gold on an equality at the government mints at the ratio of 16 to 1, so that the people of south that therey^some sort of a scandal I and west, as well as those of north mo\ing ^ings anent the Texas and east, may have a sufficient sup- _ y- Will the Statesman °f metal money to meet their p ease J&y to the public what it Sowing demands. We will de- Sr The Univeisity belongs clare against the English gold o a 1 of us; it is as much public standard, which American flunky- property as any other state insti-1ism has fastened upon the govern- ment. We will denounce the end- less financial chain of monometal- lism, which, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 July 1899

OCAL NEWS. 4 A. V- > 4 About that REAL CREAM you get it at Hightower's, "Of Course." Clean up the town. Mrs. L. W. Fowler is sick with /fever. Mr. Bob Motley, of Overton, was in Henderson this week. Look out for a seige of slow fever! Cleanliness is important. Mrs. Davis, wife of Prof. Davis, is quite ill with slow fever. Fruit jars, extra tops and rub- bers at Doyle & Son's. Folding beds and Iron bedsteads just received at Burnett's. Dr. Richard Watkins from Beck- ville is in the city. Mrs. Blonnt Rhea is confined to her room with billious fever. Prof. Day left Tuesday to assist in the Normal at Garrison. Clean the streets of filth and vagrants. Miss Ellen Gould is visiting re- latives and friends in the citv. Mrs. J. H. Pruitt living near the railroad station, is sick with slow fever. The handsomest line of rocker and dining chairs ever brought to Henderson at Burnett's. Remove all filth clear out of town and thus prevent disease and death. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dorsett from T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 July 1899

,v -H". How is this? Perhaps sleepless nights caused it, or grief, or sick- ness, or perhaps it was care. No matter what the cause, you cannot wish to look old at thirty. Gray hair is starved hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force. vigor increases the circulation in the scalp, gives more power to the nerves, supplies miss- Ing elements to the hair bulbs. Used according to direc- tions, gray hair begins to show color in a few days. Soon it has all the softness and richness of youth and the color of early life returns. Would you like our book on the Hair? We will gladly send it to you. Wrtto ami I f you do not obtain all the benefits you expectad from the Vigor, write the doctor about it. He may be abla to suggest something of value to you. Address, Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. 9 THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, july 13 , 1899. Second Class mail matter day and coal oil $ 14 per can, be- sides packing, but we save a great deal of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 28 September 1899

~SF- ii i iMinmiMf 111 i—rnr*n—* I THE HENDERSON TIMES 1? BY R. T. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 P! iNNUM. VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 28 1899. f- NUMBER 38. V , W W Paris is Preparing for Grand Entertainment. S© ARE MISTR0T BROS. & QO. While that great city of the Old World is preparing for the grandest exposition the world has ever seen, it is of greater interest to the people of Rusk County to know that HISTROT BROS. & CO., the biggest retail Dry Goods con- cern in Texas, are preparing the greatest feast of values in all lines of Dry Goods, to which they have ever been invited. Our new store, down by the Post Office, is long, and wide, and light, and pretty, but the prettiest things you find here, are the uniformly low prices at which you can buy anything you want in dry goods. 0 % W 8 P% %:,0 W ■P&'S'£99 X Oixz? S"boo3s: of Slioes For Ladies Consists, for the most part, of the justly celebrated Drew Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 28 September 1899

x + jr - - A Gentle 'Wind \ y* \ It"' I > I K oj £ yY SSlCVfl Birth'' Tells r.o snz-'cdcr story io the amcuncc:r-*ni I■ and health.-! ~inc,;r. llzorl tells of the or ..a of good health. Jt is the cr.c u 'iubie specific for the cure of all Ucod, stomach and liver troubles. ■tiinanHy than : health-giver Jarsaparilla, WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. ^Ynnrsday September 21, 1899. Second Class Hail Matter. The Times is going out to a large number of people for the purpose of renewing old acquaintances and making new ones. Let every person who gets a copy call at the office where he will be in- formed of the many premi- ums to be offered this fall to every old subscriber who pays all back dues and one year in advance, and all new ones paying one year in advance. There are some pretty sensible people in this country who know so litUe about the Philippines as to believe that we ought to have them in order to furnish homes for onr increasing population. Those far off islands are more dense...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 28 September 1899

LOCAL NEWS. \ ✓ School supplies at Chas. Stew- art's. Religious services are held daily this week at the M. E. church. 3sa tho*e $2 50 eight day clocks at Gallmans Racket Store. Mr. Tom Norvell has returned from St. Louis. Fresh Fish and Oysters all the time at the City Meat Market. The best Kentucky liquors al- ways at W. E- Shadden's Chilton and Bailey will have a day each at the Henderson Fair. Onions, Irish and sweet potatoes at M A. Hanson & Co's. Several parties from Henderson will go to the Dallas Democratic Carnival. The poultry show is expected to be very fine this season. Get your chickens ready for the lair. Call at Chas. Stewart's drug store for school books and all kinds of school supplies. Bailey, Chilton and DeGraffen- ried will deliver addresses at the Henderson Fair. M. A Hanson & Co. have just received a fresh lot of jellies, bot- tled and barrel pickles. Tf)e Prices On the State series of our Text Books will of course be the same, But the Norma! and High S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 28 September 1899

/ 1 i Cub*® for Coeds *> • Children ttt tb«lr **J **4 take cold give then ■ hot foot both, a bowl of hot • <••• of Ayer*« Cherry JJctoral, and put them to bet 1J« chtnees are they will be Ml right ia the morning. Con- tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few 4aya, antil all cough haa dia- appeared. Old courts are alto cured t • ceugha of bron- ehWa, weak throats and irritable Even the herd coucba • eeneomptien are alwara frequently cured br *• continued we of Aser's Cberrg Pectoral . v dictor knowa that wild cherry bark 1a the beet remedy known to medical science for toothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. «w of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your h nalaaflM A+rtmmFrmmt *• mw kan mom of tk* mirl Kiessssauf^ais =2a^- ™ Some of the Eastern papers are saying that the prosperity whirh beef producers are now enjoylrg i.- causing many farmers in the Mis- sissippi valley and elsewhere to engage in cattle raising on ttieir farms, a jd that soon the country- will be so well s...

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

r * ■wi* THE HENDEIK50N TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING," $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XL. Paris HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 5 1899. NUMBER 39. Am Preparing for Grand Entertainment. S0 AREMISTR0T BROS. & e©. While that great city of the Old World is preparing for the grandest exposition the world has ever seen, it is of greater interest to the people of Rusk County to know that HISTROT BROS. & CO., the biggest retail Dry Goods con- cern in Texas, are preparing the greatest feast of values in all lin^s of Dry Go3ds, to which they have ever been invited. Our new store, down by the Post Office, is long, and wide, and light, and pretty, but the prettiest things you find here, are the uniformly low prices at whicii you can buy anything you want in dry goods. Otxz? S"too!k: of Slioes For Ladies Consists, for the most part, of the justly celebrated Drew Selby, and God man makes. For Misses and Children, Godman's and For Boys, Yo...

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

44Every Cloud Has a Stive? Lining, rt cm o ixyj errveiop:ng l-Kr [.ring in the shape The clouds of homanity ha<vt 2; of a specific to reman* if'em. his Hood" ± Sarsaparilla, America's Greatest Medicine, which drives out all impurities from the Hood, of either sex or any age. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thirtday October S, 1899. Second Class Mail Matter. The Times is going out to a large number of people for the purpose of renewing old acquaintances and making new ones. Let every person who gets a copy call at the office where he will be in- formed of the many premi- ums to be offered this fall to - every old subscriber who pays all back dues and one year in advance, and all new ones paying one year in advance Democrats at Dallas. Dallas, Texas, Oct. 2.—Roll • State convention and a session of | the legislature into one; add half a dozen governors, a United States tor or two, a dozen or more iting congressmen and fifteen or (wenty thousand plain people and on will have the grea...

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

L v LOCAL NEWS. It will rain yet. Talk cotton mills. Oar cotton mark't is all right. Neckwear for gentlemen, at J. E Norvell & Sons'. Saturday was a big day tor Hen- derson. Mr. Wm Pilgreen is having a residence erected on South street Good shoes is the only kind sold, at J E. Norvell & Sons. Miss Minnie Petty has returned to the State University at Austin. Solid leatber shoes is the kind sold by J E Norvell & Sons. Fleur de Hungroise flour at ■Slaughter & Rankine's Raymond Spivy left Friday the Stale Uuiversity at Austin. for Remember the great 50 cent sale Thursday, Friday and Satur- day at Gallman's Racket Store. The biggest thing this year will be the Rusk County Fair. There will oe no circus The Sunny South Restaurant in Moss building on South Street, the fashionable eating house. To arrive this week at J. E. Norvell & Sons a nice line of per- cals, fleeced goods, etc. The eolorec. East Texas Baptist Association is in session here this week. Glass dippers 10...

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

Perhaps you have had the grippe or a hard cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a clow fever; or possibly some of the chil- dren are just getting over the measles or whoopine cough. Are you recovering as fast aa you should? Has not your old trouble left your blood full of impurities? And isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't delay recovery longer but It will remove all impuri- ties from your blood. It is also a tonic of immense value. Give nature a little help at this time. Aid her by removing all the products of disease from your blood. If your bowels are not just right, Ayer's Pills will make them so. Send for cur book on Diet in Consti- pation. HWft to dai> & NfcT*' We hare the ex tr,, of source of tbe tno wuainenc ,r Unit d States, write receive a prompt reslT without cost. Address, DR. J, C. ATTB, • LowbU, Msss. Some Views at Washington. • A. Edwards in Houston. Washington. September 24— There is no longer any doubt that he administration and its suppor- ...

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

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XL. V HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 12 1899. NUMBER 40. THE COTTON WILL AGAIN. w Paris is Preparing for A Grand Entertainment. S© ARE MISTR0T BR0S. & 60. Ex- While that great city of the Old World is preparing for the grandest exposition the world has ever seen, it is of greater interest to the people of Rusk County to know that HISTROT BROS. & CO., the biggest retail Dry Goods con= cern in Texas, are preparing the greatest feast of values in all lines of Dry Goods, to which they have ever been invited. Our new store, down by the Post Office, is long, and wide, and light, and pretty, but the prettiest things you find here, are the u. iformly low prices at which you can buy anything you want in dry goods. For Ladies Consists, for the most part, of the justly celebrated Drew Selby, and Godman maes. For Misses and Children, Godman's and For Boys, Yout...

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

'4A Little Spark May Hike Much Work/* The Utile "sparks" of bad Hood lurking in the system shov.'J i t- quenched <with Hootfs Sarsapir " ,u-ca's great blood purifier. It pi. ' .-r 'zes and enriches the blood of be'' 'c.i.s and all ages. Cures scrofula, s?.'i :.'ieum, dyspepsia, catarrh. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday October 12,1899. Second Class Mail Matter. The Times is going out to a large number of people for the purpose of renewing old acquaintances and making new ones. Let every person who gets a copy call at the office where he will be in- formed of the many premi- ums to be offered this fall to every old subscriber who pays all back dues and one year in advance, and all new ones paying one year in advance. BRYAN. It was announced that Bryan would speak to the laboring peo- ple, Monday night, Nov. 2, in the fair grounds, at Dallas. The speakers' platform was erected in front of the grand stand, and those who appeared upon it to talk could be seen by the multitudes...

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

yfv- c * / LOCAL NEWS. Hats for every one at all prices. Mays & Harris. The best North Carolina corn whiskey at W. E. Shadden's. Extra low orices on clothing at Gallman's Racket Store. Furniture xor Lacy's. everybody at Latest style linen Mays & Harris'. collars Come and get a chanc e at our premiums. Cook stoves, heating stoyes, all kinds at Lacy's. For genuine Kentucky liquors, call at W. E. Shadden's. The Henderson Times pre- miums are worth thinking about. Mr. V. E. Hanson is quite sick at his home on Marshall street. Superior cook stoves are the best bakers. Sold by A J. Lacy Assortment knee pants for boys at Mays & Harris'. Pure brandies, wines, and the best whiskey, at W. E. Shadden's Moore Cook Stoyes than yon ever saw at Lacy's at prices that can't be duplicated. We ask that you call and see our line of clothing as it is com- plete. Mays & Harris. Horace Chilton speaks on the first day of the Henderson fair, and Joe Bailey on the second day. Don't fail to se...

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