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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 7 December 1899

A w. v Wars. "Wars and rumors of wars." ; The United States have emerged • from a war wirh Spain, they are j now engaged in war with the Philippinos. England and the Boers are clashing in sanguinary j ! conflict. It is rumored that Rus- ' sia and Japan are posing foi hos- Many persons have their good ! tile array. Revelation tells of all day and their bad aay. Others this, that in the latter days there ; will be national upheavals and bloody conflicts, "wars and rumors ot wars," that the time will come when the nations of earth will be | gathered in mortal combat arrang- : ing lor the great battle of "Armagadden," which is predict : ed will be fought in the "valley | of the Mississippi. It would seem j that the time is approaching.— i Mount Vernon Herald. Let the boy who has an oppor- tunity to become a good farmer stay on the farm, and there, when j he can not at'end school, figure j out life's problem as he himself sees it. The greatest men of the | past began on the farm, the gre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 December 1899

-41 THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. 1M1LNER. VOLUME, XL. % t/- 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEHBER 14, 1899. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 50. Wm ■miSSm SSI WgW-* iM w>J&n ibt&m wm* Sfeshf 9 %w ft:*-* f w& 9\ii* llii •• rap *4*fe 4-* Us •'.s • W 3P &S f ** • s§ - The flain Point Differe Ideas are the tonic proportion upon which live business is built. The difference between store keeping and merchandising exists in this respect: IDEHSo Our business has been built on a double foundation==ldeas and Bargains. We sell bargains because we buy them; we give ideas away because we want all men who are store keep= ing to become merchants. Thiis s meant for those store keep= ers who have no ideas of their own. When we came to Hen= derson eight months ago, we proclaimed our standard: "Spot cash; one price; courtesy; character in business; m >ney back, or goods exchanged, as often as you want it." At the same time we anno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 December 1899

- is w additional locals. Bridge Beach stoves are still the best. Sold by Lacy. Alford has the Christmas gro- ceries. Don't fail to see him. rfonest 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 ! 1<acy makes ,he Prices on Furni- saymg of the nation, these ture> stoves- etc- toilers of both sexes, Strug- Rockers, dinning chairs, in fact ^ 9 bread. chairs of all kinds at Lacy's Vure blood makes them able io keep up the daily round of duly at home, shop store. If the blood has a taint or i... Pyrtty, or a run down feeling amies on, the one remedy is Hood's Sarsaparilla, America's Greatest Medicine for the blood. Poor Blood "€My blood 'was so Poor that in hottest weather I felt cold. Hocxfs Sarsaparilla made me <warm. It is the right thing in the right place." Hattie J. Taylor, Woodstcmm, N. J. or im- ! Christmas Groceries at E. B. Alford's. - Hood'a care liver ill* ; the non-lrritatlne and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 December 1899

> <° ,1V XMAS BUYERS! O L. D S A N T A S A Talk to Your Pocket Book. We wish to make our Holiday announcement strictly to your pocket book. We are going to be the people's Santa Glaus 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. Just 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 youi est to the oldest. We have a beautiful new stock of jewelry complete in all lines ana strictlv 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, books of all kinds and toys and dolls of every kind await...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 December 1899

WEEKLY TIMES Hendei'so:;, Texas. Thursday December 14, 1899. Second Class Mail Matter. THE ROUNDLAP BALE. AN IRRESISTIBLE DEMAND EXio.S FOR COTTON PACKED IN THE NEW WAY. Some Facts About the Methods ot the American Cotton Company and Ks Campaign—Profits in the New Method of Bailing. The South is still conservative, bat it is no longer "slow." It is sharing in the wonderful prosperity of the rest of the country. It is passing through a revolution that is giving new life and vigor to every branch of the cotton indus- try, excepting those members which have been hurtful, instead helpful, to its prosperity. It is simplifying, strengthening and us- ing a new economy in the packing and handling of the staple. The Rou:idlap method of bailing cotton i-1 growing rapidly in favor, adding to ths prosperity of the planter, whether he raises two bales or two hundred, ind giving the gin owner an opportunity to double the ea-:i'-:-', capacity of his plant wiihotr increasing his investment, T'n-- o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 December 1899

THE HENDERSON TIMES BY R. T. MILNER. V "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. J J ft VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEHBER 21, 1899. NUMBER si. imm m w The flain Point Of Difference! Ideas ar the tonic proportion upon which live business is built. The difference between store keeping and merchandising exists in this respect: IDEAS. Our business has been built on a double foundation==Ideas and Bargains. We sell bargains because we buy them; we give ideas away because we want all men who are store keep= ing to become merchants. This is meant for those store keep= ers who have no ideas of their own. When we came to Hen= derson eight months ago, we proclaimed our standard: "Spot cash; one price; courtesy; character in business; money back, or goods exchanged, as often as you want it." At the same time we announced ourselves "The Dry Goods Dictators of Henderson." We made this claim because we ex= pected by our one price, marked in plain fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 December 1899

I 1 4 f* *ssity is the Mother of Invention.' It was the necessity for an honest, reliable blood purifier and tonic 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♦ ts 'Wonderful record of ewes has made U America's Greatest Medicine. Rosy Cheeks — " I have good health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's Sarsaparilla. It builds me up and saves doctor bills." Mary A. Burke, ^IndianapoUs, Ind. Never Disappoints flood's Plll cure liTer Ills; the non-lrritating and only cathartic to take wltli Hood'a Sanaparilla. Where its Bailey? He is at Washington City, in the House of Representatives, where he is re- garded by men of all parties as the ablest democrct in the whole busi- ness. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday December 2 1, 1899. Second Class Mail Matter. FACTi ABOUT COTTON MILLS. Texas has abundance of coal as wel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 December 1899

y t XMAS BUYERS! O L D S A T A S A Talk to Your 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. Just 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, books of all kinds and toys and dolls of every kind await your inspe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 December 1899

a _ WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday December 2 I, 1899. Seconj Class Mail Matter. roundlap cotton bales. Crop ■V t I ■ fi / To Satisfy The Demand Hie Entire Will Eventually Be So Baled. For once the cotton planter has an ally among the great corpora- tions. For years the cotton tie ring, the bagging combine and the compress people have all lived off the cotton grower. There was no way to fight them and so they grew rich on their enormous profits, which the farmers had to pay. Now the American Cotton Company with its Roandlap bale is in the field and it is so revolutioniz- ing the cotton handling business that many of the old expenses are necessarily wiped out. The far- mers get a large share oi this sav- ing. but the old compress people and the bagging and tie trust are raising a great commotion against the American Cotton Company as though they had always been the friends of the farmer. Unfortunate- ly for them they never played the friendly role before and now the farmers ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 4 January 1900

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXXI. A HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 4, 1900. NUMBER 'A * Happy Neu) Yeaf, 4S -IS to Everybody I We believe that we have given J °u $ | g*ood goods at right prices* during the W nine months we have been in Hender- s W son. We know you have been very f in having made goods business M/ ours the W D . ^ in Uusk \(/ W Sj/ kindness ^ is only exceeded by a desire to give you I to us, | largest dry County. Our appreciation of your \ / vl/ w /IS <vs better service in 1900 than we did in 1899. Yours Sincerely; Mist rot Bros. & Co., The Dry Goods Dictators of Henderson. \ / SI/ Vl/ Mr. Bailey's Great Triumph. C A. Edwaids in Houston Post. Washington, December 24.— Joe Bailey will have no committee work to do except that on the com- mittee on rules and he will have a chance to study and d > things to the republican party that it won't like. His rccent spee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 4 January 1900

\ V WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday January 4,1900. Second Class Mail Matter. FORTY-ONE YEARS OLD TO-DAY. Tiik Henderson TiMEsis forty- one years old to-day! But "time hath writ no wrinkle upon its brow," and as long as it lives it shall endeavor to avoid the infirm- ities of age, preferring occasionally to riot in the follies of youth. For nearly half of its entire age it has been under its present manage- ment, its political course and secu lar adventures having been shaped and executed by its present editor Whether it has betrayed any trust or in any manner proved recreant to the best interest of the people, let the hundreds and thousands of readers who have kept constant vigilance over its columns, answer. Whether it has had the courage to speak out fearlessly and plainly ly upon all issues inviting public discussion, is a question that we are willing to leave to its most careless reader. Whether it has stood as the champion of right and the toe of wrong, there may be a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 4 January 1900

1 '7 HOLIDAY PERSONALS. Rev. John Van Lear spent the Holidays with his parents in Shreveport. Mr. Joh Hardeman has return- ed from St. Louis. Robert Spivy is at home after an absence of several months at Bon- ham. Prof Davis and family visited relatives in Shelby county during the holidays. Rev. Mr Bentley held a New Year's thanks-giving prayer meet- ing last Monday night. His talk was fall of logic and to the point. Those who did not attend missed a rare treat, indeed. Miss Ellen Gould, of Palestine, is visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. Emma McBurnev, of Athens was the gnest ot Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Russell during the holidays Mrs Sam Moss spent the holi- days with hei mother, Mrs. Young, out a few miles in the country. Jeff Harris, from Tatum, was in the citv Tuesday. Mr. Fitch has consolidated his music house of this place with the one at Nacogdoches. We regret very much to lose Mr Fitch, and Nacogdoches has in him a good, substantial, enterprising citizen. Mrs. J W Kerr, of St. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 4 January 1900

la tha Bach? Then probably the kidneys. [a tho Qhezi? Then yrobably the lung3. ia tho Joints ? Then probably rheumatism. No matter where it ia, nor what kind; you need have it no longer. It may be an hour, a day, or a year old; it must yield to Dr. Ay er's Cherry pectoral piaster -—C?) Immediately after applying it jroa ders"S M' readers vigilan Wb' It* soothing, warming, strength- ening power. It quiets congestion; draws out inflammation. [Ms a new plaster. A i:ew combination of new remedies. Made after new methods. Entirely unlike any ether plaster. The Triumph of Modern Medical Sci&nce. The Perfected Product of years of Patient Toil. Placed over the chest it is a powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry Pec- toral in the treatment of ali throat and lune; affections. Placed over tbe stomach, it stops nausea and vomiting; over tne bowels, it controls cramps and colic. Placed over the small of the back, it removes all congestion from the kidneys and greatly strengthens weakness. Fcr sale b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 January 1900

THE HENDERSON BY R. T. MILNER. volume, xxxxi. V 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY n, 1900. BAILEY AND CHILTON. Echoes of the Recent Debate Reaching: the Country. Hillsboro, Texas, December 4 —Tbe Bailey-Chilton debate at Fort Worth is •'till a prominent subj ct of discnssi itr h>-re Ji h - hid urn- to r^ch the rural dis . a s through ?h- pr-^s and :hs_- effec: produced np<>- ib«>s*' vho have re;:.! 1? is vtp * mi nr 10 >h ff i- upon ihe Fort Worth uU'ic-nce. The farmers in this portion of the state ar-- firm believers iti ti e (•rinciples «>i ih.- Dwlaniinn of In- dependence and 'he constitution or he Republic They <to not hesitate to oppose increased stand- ing armies, they declare their faith in the principles that governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and when Chilton is referred to as a very conservative man, they smile and sav: "Yes, he is a good man, but we don't ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 January 1900

\ if li !} E >' jl- .jaaire's -ne jabbernowl "• is light and lo! we need men -urage enough tie for truth a mountains le heayenly .he days of refuse to give e read in the *ry Solomon, a e forks ot the .a, made a strong ..i ni favor of the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to i; and to-day we see a statement from Gill Harry Solomon that prosperi- ty is now abroad in the land, and values should not be disturbed. Yesterday Gilpin John Henry got up before the American people and shouted in a voice, like unto a hurricane, that imperialism is wrong; and to-day the same Jab berwock comes to the front in a long harangue in favor of letting the flag stay right where "our brave heroes put it." A few years ago Gotham Harlequin said the trusts must be choked to death; and now that same fellow is writing long articles in the magazines and daily papers endeavoring to show the American people that trusts are necessary to the development ot this great country, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 January 1900

•■Ptop 0 LOCAL NEWS. The rainy season is upon us. The woods are full of good men who are out for office. i! Prices slaughtered for January at Tne Racket Store. Go to the fair meeting on the 15th and speak for the fair, Eat bread made of Goodlanuer flour We are going to have the cotton mill We must have it. Feather Bone Corsets trom 25 cents to a dollar at Gallman's. Mr. Russell Young, just back from the Nation, says rains have been abundant there this winter. Parties wanting a good article lor medical purposes, should give W. E Shadden their orders. Attend the great closing sale now going on at Gallman's Racket Store. J. E Hams, living on the Angilena made, 1532 gallons oi ribbon cane sirup last year, on 8 acres, and put away ten thousands stalks for seed "Doing nothing is doing ill." Impure blood neglected will be- come a serious matter. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla at once and avoid tne ill. Those of our subscribers who have not settled for the paper should do so at once. It is not go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 January 1900

-We know of nothingi-iietter to tear the lining cf your throat and lungs. It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducingyour weight, losing your appetite, bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of con- sumption. Stop coughing and you will get well. cures coughs of every kind. An ordinary cough disap- pears in a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon Completely mas- tered. And, if not too far along, the coughs of con- sumption are completely cured. Ask your druggist for one of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster. It will aid the action of the Cherry Pectoral. If yoTi haro an? complaint "what- over and de*ito th* medical advico yr;u ran poultry obtain, wrl'ft us fr^elv. You wttfrecel*e a prompt toply that may be of great valti® to trtB. Address, a ^DR. J. C. AYEK, Lowell, Mass^ WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday January II, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 18 January 1900

THE HENDERSON TIMES. J BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXXI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 18, 1900. NUMBER 3. Regrets. On Januarv 4 The Henderson Times was 41 years old. and riur- tug nearly bait of us entire age il has been under the management of R T. Milner, its present editor It is one of the oldest and one of tbe best papers in Texas, and has alwavs had tbe courage to express Its sentiments on public issues, and a striking instance of that fact is its support ot Joe Bailey lor the U- S Senate in a strong Chilton district. It has generally been on the winning side, too, but will mi^s ii this time No one who knows Milner will question his sincerity and honestv, nor depreciate his ability as a writer and it is a mat- ter of regret to Senator Chilton's fri nds that The Times is not ar raved on his side in this fight — Williamson County Sun The Times thanks the splended Williamson County San for its kind ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 18 January 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday January 18,1900. Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Tax Collector Jas Whitfield Ben Oberthier H E Soape For County Clerk Hall Wood I, A Smith Emory Lloyd CHILTON AND IMPERIBLISM. Milner of The Henderson Times is a good man and an able writer, but it occurs to us he can hardly treat an opponent fairly. He certainly ought to know he does Mr. Chiiton injustice when he classes him as an imperialist.— The Van Zandter. And the editor of the Van Zandt- er is entirely too smart a man to understand anything The Times has said relative to the sen- atorial contest to mean that Chil- ton is now an imperialist. The Times has said that the doctrine advocated by Chiton will lead to imperialism; and the rapidity with which the Senator's views have trayeled from a plain democracy to imperialism leads us to fear that it may not be long until his position will challenge the admiration of kings and emperors. Look at the position of President McKinley! H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 18 January 1900

LOCAL NEWS. It looks like the mill cotton is a certainty Buggy whips 5 cts to one dol- lar, at Gallmans. The finest pickles in the maiket, at McAnulty Bros. The criminal docket was taken up Mondav, and the nsaal large crowd was present A d Ht-nderson and Rnsk coun ty take the lrad in building a cot- ton mill. Call at McAuulty Bros, for gro- ceries, canned goods, pickles and tobacco. "Uncle John" Watson died a few days ago at the residence of his son, Mr. Jim Watson, near Monroe, this county. He was Q2 years of age the first of this month. There will be an excursion to San Antonio next week to the Cattlemen's Convention. Round trip $5 Tickets will be sold next Sunday. Limit Jan. 25th. Mr. S E. Miller returned from his commercial tour in Louisiana'a few days ago with a large case of the measles He was quite sick :or several da>.s, but is now getting along finely. All parties who subscribed shares in the cotton mill are ex- pected to come forward and pay ten per cent of the amount s...

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