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

^-4 ■i I 1 A If )1 want onsumpnon? \Fe are sure you do net. Nobody wants it. But It comes to many thousands every year. Itcomes to those who have had coughs and colds until the throat is raw, and the lining membranes o! the lungs are inflamed. Stop your cough when it first appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. Alters Cherry Pectoral stops coughs of all kinds. It does so because it is a sooth- ing and healing ret <dy of great power. Thismak* tne great- est preveative to cof. tmption. Put one of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A who/a Mmdlmal Library Fraa. For to' r cent* la ■ tamps topty M*t- ago. we win s«nd jn sixt««n mfriieal btyka. Mmdlc*! Advhm Fm \Y« hd ■ tb« •xolaalT* ••rrtoci of some or h moit emiaamt phTalclima In the ed St«taa. Unusual oppor- tunism* nd long experteaca emi- nently fit vhem for rtrlng yon madiaal advice, v.rite freeto all tha partio- niara in ^our oana. You will reeelre a prompt raplT, without ooat. Address, DR. J. C....

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

* 7 ft b « THE HENDERSON MES V BY R. T. M1LNER. V •TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME, XL. */ X, HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEflBER, 2 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 44. We Succeo^ Only so far vWe Deser w * £ i uccess. Self respect is the mother of most of the virtues. We are a self-respecting firm. We fee! a deep interest in retaining a good cpiaion of ourselves. Shame and degredation follow the loss of our own good opinions, as the night follows the day. We can not deceive ourselves, and the only way to enjoy our own respect, is to deserve yours. The "Judge within" knows ail about all our cases, and the matter of merit must be decided bv him always, for it is with firms as it is with men, you can't deceive everybody always. When men go into society people look into their eyes, and faces, to see what estimate they place upon themselves; if they see there a low mark, why should they trouble themselves, to investigate, to see if they have not rated the...

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

✓ - ' 5 M i ■ ■ t C r m *Honest Labor Bears a Lovely Face." There is nothing more pleasing to look upon than a hearty, ruddy face, gained by honest toil. They are the saving of the nation, these toilers of both sexes, strug- gling for daily bread. 'Pure blood mokes them able io keep up the daily round of doty at home, shop or store. If the blood has a taint or im- purity, or a run down feeling comes on, the one remedy is Hood's SarsapariEa, America's Greatest Medicine for the blood. Poor Blood—"SMy blood <nuc so poor that in hottest 'weather I felt cold. Hood's SarsapariEa made me warm. R is the right thing in the right place." Hattie J. Taylor, Woodst&wn, N. J. Wxrfs' Hood'l Pill, cure liTer Ills'; the non-lrritatlng and •nly cathartic to take with Hood' 3>r«ap«riiu: WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday November 2, 1899. Second Class Hail Matter. j. / THE COTTON CROP. On the xoth inst., the Govern- ment ai Washington made its (De- le ber Report with regard to the condi...

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

fi|t i i £ > ^ - r-Sp I' - ?r>- ■ J ft"' <u PISS with a Do you headtcne? Is there a bad taste in your morrrti f Then you hare a poor appetite and a weak diges- tion. Yeu are frequently dizzy, always feel dull and drowsy. Vou have cold hands and f—t. You get bat little benefit from your food. To* have no ambition got up bad taste to work and the sharp pates of neuralgia dart tnrough your body. what is the cause of all (trie trooWe? Constipated bowels. PILLS will give you prompt relief and certain ton. If you have MKfected your case a long Me, you had better take Agcr's alst>. It will remove all impurities that have been accumulating in your blood and will greatly lengthen your nerves. Wrila thm Peete. Ther* iw faa iwiem itMt S ; him how yau wt% nrfhwta#. Ton will pren medical mi £ D*J WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday November 2, 1899. Second Class Mail Matter. The Greed for Office. With each recurring campaign year there springs up a crop ol candidates for public o...

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

V t/ LOCAL NEWS. Guns, gans, eons, at Norvells. Extra low prices on shoes at Gallman's Racket Store. Furniture for yourself and neigh- bor at Lacy's. The Citizens' band will do their part towards entertaining the fair visitors. Program of Rusk County Teachers' stitute, Friday, Nov. 16,1899. a. M. In- Brooms 5C Racket Store. np at Gallman's For coarse shoes try a pair of John Meier. They are the best, at Norvells' The schools in Henderson are getting quite a number of pupils from a distance. A large stock of clothing for men and boys, at W. E Wylie & Co's. . j Don't vou want to go hunting? Go tp Norvells' and price guns, ammunition, etc.. before buying. cy's has all Icind of stoves, see them. Attend the entertainment by the baud boys Thursday evening, at the opera house. No one wants to purchase an impure article of any kind. For the best Kentucky liquors, see W. E. Shadden When you want shoes go to- Norvells'. You can not buy any shoes from them but solid leather goods. Don't yo...

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

V THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. VOLUME, XL. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." A % HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEHBER, 9 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 45 We Succeed Only so far as . ■- ifcVv. ^ % *■% We Deserve Success. y y y n 0 f Self respect is the mother of most of the virtues. We are a self=respecting firm. We feel a deep interest in retaining a good opinion ol ^ ourselves. Shame and degradation follow the loss of our own good opinions, as the night follows the day. We can not deceive ourselves, % and the only way to enjoy our own respect, is to deserve yours. The "Judge within" knows all about all our cases, and the matter of merit % *0 must be decided by him always, for it is with firms as it is with men, you can't deceive everybody always. % ir When men go into society people look into their eyes, and faces, to see what estimate they place upon themselves; if they ^ see there a low mark, why should they trouble themselves, to investigate, to...

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

:**■ - ' f:' K .. :«-V ' & ■ -j v i. h •X "Necessity is the Mother of Invention." It was the necessity for an honest, reliable blood purifier and tonia that brought into existence hood's Sarsapa- rilla. It is a highly concen- trated extract prepared by a combination, proportion and process peculiar to itself and giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power. Ms nxmderfut record of ewes his made it America's Greatest Medicine. Rosy Cheeks — " I have good health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's Sarsaparilla. h builds me up and 'tames doctor bills." Mary A. Burke, East Clair St., Indianapolis, Ind. i SaMafmul^ Never DisanZJZZ Hood' flll« cure llTer Ills; the non-Irritating and uly cathartic to take withTHood's 8ar««parllU~ WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday Novembir 9, 1899. Second Class Mail Matter. THE ELECTION. Summary of Result at 3 a. m. Nov. 8. Kentucky— Is i 1 doubt yet; Blackburn claim*' it for Goebel by 5000; Taylor's inauagers claim it by a large figure. O...

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

LOCAL NEWS.. ~r —• Guns, guns, uns, at Norrells. oak bed at ■A ; \ lb $i 85 hays a Lacy's solid The be«t $1.50 shoe in son is at Norvells ' Hender- Dr. Sbaw and manv other good people from "jirmony Hill were here during tbe fair. i! Lacy has the furniture and never fail to make prices as low as the quality will allow. The success of the velvet bean i«> plainly shown by Mr. T. E. Cook's exhibit at the fair. One cluster had 33 pods Don't you need a new suit, hat or pair of shoes? Norvells' is the place to go for it. Hon. Barney Carter, our popu lar and able district attorney, was here one day during the fair. Are you going to buy furniture or stove? It so A. J. Lacy has the biggest and best assortment to be found at prices to suit. Judge and Mrs G. H. Gould, of Palestine, spent two days in Henderson last week visiting the lair. Carry the entire family to W. E- Wylie & Co. where they can be clothed, shod and fixed up for winter generally at remarkably low prices. Mr. L- M. Green...

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

% \ w '<' $k K im V ■\ • ,v '-1 i i* ■ How is this? Perhaps sleepless nights caused it, or grief, or sick- ness, or perhaps U 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. 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 lire returns. Would you like our book on the Hair? We will gladly send it to you. Writs ami I f you do not obtain all the benefits you ezpcctnd from the Vigor, write the doctnr about it. He may be able to suggest something of value to you. Address, Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. # WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday Novembar 9,1899. Second Class Mail Hatter. Geo. Bates, a representative oi Pesident McKinley, has ...

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

THE HEN RSON TIMES. 1 A I *0 BY R. T. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME, XL. A HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEflBER 16, 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 46. 9,._ %• |S*S* " t « £*' = « - ■ * a . ■ 1 New Goods Arriving! New New Friends a Making! Bills a Selling! Make us too busy to say much about The this week, see what ing. Come and we are do= 1 AT HALF THE PRICES CHARGED BY FANCY TAILORS, WE MAKE AND CUT TO YOUR OWN MEASURE, IN ANY COMB!- NATION OF STYLE, CLOTH AND LINING, SWELL , CITY TAILOR SUITS AND designed by their custom for exclusive - , £ * ' Sgrai ■ % \ *■"<* « ' : | i * * I •; I i-Vi* ! - * • i -■-r « I and the product of department, which, styles and high What we have done for others we ean <lo for you. grade workmanship, ranks foremost in America. Every lady who wishes to have a perfect gown or skirt, strictly up-to-date and different from anyone's else, at a price no higher than asked j for ordinary ready-to-wear garments, sh...

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

ignU l~H!■>■ iiwimiwi— m, 99 *'Acihvs of the Just Smell Sweet The fragrance of life is vigor and strength, neither of which can be found in a per- son whose blood is impure, and whose every breath speaks of internal troubles. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalizes and enriches the bloodf gives a good appetite and makes the weak strong. Run Down — "My husband tuas run town in health and all tired out. Those excellent medicines. Hood's Pills and Sarsa- parUla, built him up again." Mrs. H. L. Mcmiry, Tcrwanda, Pa. tflQC(Li SaUafxiliKa Never Disappoints LAST TUESDAY'S ELECTIONS. BRYAN SUMS UP THE RESULT. Hood'i PIIU cure liver ilU; the nop-lrritating and Wily cathartic to take with Hood'. Maraaparili^ Be WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. •Thursday November 16, 1899. Second Class Mail Matter. Mu. Bkokavv has delivered a shipment of Florida trees in town ai; i ah a^rce they are about the frie t *jr<rs ever brought to Hen- derson. The Rusk county fair held in Henderson last week was a ...

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

v LC > L ■ *■ • iasw 4 LOCAL NEWS. Water works! Harrah for Rusk county. Candidates are budding out. Thev are taking The Times No small pox in Henderson. Note change in Mistrot's ad. One enterprise follows another. Take a chance at our premiums. Horse swapping goes merrily oa. Cotton is going to fetch 7 cents. The editor is able to be at his office this morning. Read Slaughter new card. & Rankine's Mr. Perry Still, of Jacksonville, visited his relatives here this week. Look up M. Kangerga & Bro's. new advertisement. Mr. L. I. in the city. Dreeben, of Dallas, is Mrs. G. W. L. Smith has gone on a visit to relatives in Dallas. Fancy baskets 5 cts. to $2.25. Gallmans Racket Store. Mr. and have been Wolf City. Mrs. George Rogers visiting relatives in Mistrot has full line of dog col- lar belts and chain girdles, the latest things out. - Lacy has the furniture and never fail to make prices as low as the quality will allow. Mr. J. Williams is having con- siderable improvements ma...

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

m - m ^ ' s 2 ■ 01 Every cough makes your throat more raw and irritable. Every coueh congests the lining membrane of your lungs. Cease tearing your throat and lungs in this way. Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal. You will need some help to do this, and you will find it in AlJCP'S Cherry Pectoral From the first dose the quiet and rest begin: the tickling in the throat ceases; the spasm weak- ens; the cough disap- pears. Do not wait for pneumonia and con- sumption but cut short your cold without delay. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec- toral Piaster should be over the lungs of every per- son troubled with a cough. Write to the Doctor. Unusual opportunists and low ex- 9r ence eminently auaJlfy us for v.r.R von medical advice. Writ# iree'.y a." the particulars In tout case, loii us wnat your experience baa b«eti with our Cherry Pectoral. You p«r ence eminently qui giv:r,g you medical aa lcula: iur e berry will receive a prompt reply, without cost. AddraM, DR. J. C. AYER. 1 Lowel...

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

rx THE HENDERSON TIMES BY R. T. M1LNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 47- w% New Goods Arriving! New Friends a Making! New Bills a Selling! Make us too busy to say much about Site The Big Store this week. Come and see what we are do= ing. What we bare done for others we can do fo •• you. ~~~ AT HALF THE PRICES charged by fancy tailors, we make and cut to your own meajure, in any combi- nation of style, cloth and lining, swell city TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND SKIRTS designed by mwtblw and the product of their custom department, which, for exclusive styles and high grade workmanship, ranks foremost in America. Every lady who wishes to have a perfect gown or skirt, strictly up-to-date and different from anyone's else, at a price no higher than asked for ordinary ready-to-wear garments, should leave her measure with us and make selections of cloth and style from over a hundred sampl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 November 1899

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. * r- r K r Thursday November 23, 1899. Second Class Mail Matter. Many of the Chilton papers are asking the question seriously: "What has the Senator done to forfeit his seat in the United States senate? The Times understands that much of the opposition to Chilton grew out of his position at the Galveston convention in 1898. At that convention a new question arose, one that the democracy of Texas, nor of the nation, had been called upon to give an expression. That question has been called by the names of "imperialism and ex- pansion. Chilton took the posi- tion that the United States have the same right to govern colonies that Great Britain has, and the right to govern them in the same way, and so stated in the committee room. He contended that we have a right to t-xpatid upon the Western hemis- phere over conquered territory re- gardless of the Declaration of In- dependence that "governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed." H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 November 1899

LOCAL NEWS. Every thing to eat at plcAnulty Bros. I You should take a chance at our premiums Solid Oak Bed at /Si-85 at Lacy's. A nice liu* of pants for men and boys at Mays & Harris'. Henderson is full ot coiton and people nearly every day. Mr. Dabney White is here mix- ing with his numerous friends. For school shoes go to Mays & Harris'. — Lacy has the furniture and never fail to make prices a* low as the quality will allow. *"* Mrs. Kidd can *ut the most fastideous person in hats. Call and see them. An assortment of ng«rfgee shirts at Mays & Harris'. The Amateur Photographer can get fitted up at Stewart's drug store. Give your order to VY. E. Shad- den for liquors for medical or oth- er purposes. He keeps the best. A nice line of boys and children clothing cheap at Mays & Harris'. Eat at the Sunny South Restau- rant. The place to get fish with 25 cts. meals. The chicken pox and measles are still besie«-jg the natives all over the cout?^. It will actuary make you h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 November 1899

: - A ^L. I .>!*" Does w Back Ache? In constant pain when ^your foet ? la that dragging, pulling 1 sensation with you from morn till night ? Whv not put the medicine exactly on the disease ? Why Lnot apply the cure right 'the spot itself ? You can do it with Dr.Ayers Plasteri Immediately after ^Plaster is applied, you feelf Jits warming, soothing ia-J ffluence. Its healing remedies! quickly penetrate down deep} into the inflamed tissues. Pain is quieted, soreness is re- lieved and strength imparted. No pla^tsr was ever Bade UIm It No plaitjr ever wM M qsMrly aaj thoroughly. Wo ptastor over had inch complete control v r alt kioda of pain. Plac d over the cheat it is 9■ powerful aid to Ayer*a Cherry Pectoral; relieving congestion and drawing out all icflammatios. « WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Chilton's Bad Break. Gainesville Register. For some time past the Chilton papers of the state have been at- tacking Mr. Bailey about the bill appropriating twenty million of dollars to carr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 December 1899

/ ^ s y . — - " THE HENDERSON TIMES. *•, /s BY R. T. MILNER. V "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEftBER 7, 1899. NUMBER 49- BAILEY ON A LARGE STANDING ARMY, Valley Forge, and they suffered as The following extract from the world has ever suffered without Bailey s speech, delivered at Fort, complaint The story of that blood- Worth in joint discu sion wi h LIKES THE AMERICAN COMPANY'S PRESS. f hilton, is a master piece and should be committed to memory bv all the boys in America: I want to do Senator Chilton the justice to say that in excusing him self from voting agaiist the resolu- tion opposing an increase in the standing army he said in a note which he addressed to me in Hen- derson, Rusk county, that if he voted against it, it was doubtless becanse he thought it untimely or tooljroad I leave you to judge its breadth and its timeliness This is how broad it was: I commended the action of the democr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 December 1899

> o ;o iri ( CO! 1 are i - t f- Jlf© Bria^ Pam Or &>.-< ■ ., -irritation of the in- testines- • .-.'iWrtOiPDt- thorough healthful cier:isJisg7ivE8 j ycu tr-e Hood' Sold by all drcggi3ts. *2 FT f CAPTAIN P. W. WOODLDEF. of & i cents WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday December 7, 1899. Second Class Mail Matter. Richardson ot Tennessee was chosen leader of the democrats in the house of representatives. Congressman Bailey's effort at Fort Worth last Friday night to take advantage of his hearer's un- familiarity with parliamentan rules and to prove by the record that Senator Chilton voted to pa\ Spain $20,000,000 for the Philip- pines will not result in any good to the over-ambitious young gen t'.eman who is seeking to succeed Senator Chilton.—Camp County- Enterprise. It that appropriation was a mat- ter of half as much importance as Chilton seeks to make the public believe, he was guilty of the gross- est carelessness and neglect for not demanding the ayes and nays...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 December 1899

- * %HHW %HHH% %m%ww%%w%w%%w^u%www%% w%nu%%%un\%vmw I * A d 1 f? w - XMAS BUYERS! O L. D S A W T A 8 A Talk to^four Pocket Book. We wish to make our Holiday announcement strictly to your pocket book. We are going to be the people's Santa Claus this season just as far as the laws of business will permit, by selling you Christmas gifts of all kinds at the lowest scale of prices known to honest trade. We are going to make your money far-reaching and profitable in the exhcange for Christmas gifts. J ust come and see how little it takes to secure suitable and appropriate gifts for those you wish to remember. With special pains we have selected a stock that contains something suitable for every one from the young- est to the oldest. We have a beautiful new stock of jewelry complete in all lines and strictly first-class. We guarantee every piece we sell. A magnificent assortment of Chinaware, albums, medalions, wave crest ware, fancy Celluloid goods, work baskets and boxes, writing desks, ...

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