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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 18 January 1900

mm map v V « J *AAir Cure for Cold® Wbta the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose or Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. The chances are they will be all right in the morning. Con- tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough has dis- appeared. Old couahs are also cured; we mean the coughs of bron- chitis, weak throats and irritable lungs. Even the bard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cored by the continued use of Aier's 'Cherry Pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. Put one of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs Its Bmmi MadlcaJ *• i Fmmml W« bo* b T® aoma of the most eml- nant pfeytielam la tb« Doited State*. Cnuatfal « ortunltie and Ion* expari- siarfa '<?>$?% i ^ I I h WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday January 18,1900. Second Class Mail Matter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 January 1900

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. VOLUME, XXXXI. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 25, 1900. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER Wt' CHILTON A5D THE NEWSPAPERS. Bailey men are claiming that coun-! 0 <.- sio.:nUv some (el ow bobs'tv bv a large majority. In Hunt county, Chilton's congressional district, a majority of the papers are enthusiastic for Chilton, and the candidate for senator from that i district and the editor of an influ- ential- daily paper, is absolutely neutral on the question, and we are inlormed by the most reliable authority that Bailey has a splen- did fighting chance to carry Hunt. LIKE KOUNDLAP BALES. up anu declares that Chilton is foi> g to be elected because a ma- j n:y ")t the newspapers are for him Tnat is no safe criterion Wuen Swaiue ran for governor an overwhelming majority of the coun ry papers were tor him, and his friends boasted all along in the campaign that their man would win because the ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 January 1900

51 -r § EEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday January 25,1900. Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOCNeEMENTS. For County Judge W W Moore For County Attorney R. T. Brown For County Clerk Hall Wood L A Smith Emory Lloyd For Tax Assessor D. F. Spivy For Tax Collector Jas Whitfield Ben Oberthier H E Soape For County Commissioner Precinct No i "T-rsrd Williams mand more as it is for the debtor to pay less." Where have we the right in law or morals to place upon the millions of people an adc. ditional cent ot burden, or to into the bonds held by the rici value not specified in the contract? Every obligation of the United States may be lawfully paid with FORGETFUL NEWS. The only democrat in Rusk county, conceeding for argument sake that he be a democrat, who d anything to do with pilfering e populist platform and engraf- Sng one of their pet theories into the national platform of 1896, was the editor of The Henderson Times, he being a delegate to the national convention. Here are the silver at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 January 1900

1 o LOCAL NEWS. Best saloon goods at Shadden's. pure Call at liquors. Shadden's for County Attornev and Mrs. P. O. Beard are visiting relatives in San Marcos. Noble Iverson was tried for per- jury, last week, found guilty and given two years in the penitentiary. Garden seed for 1900 at, Gall- mans' Racket Store. Don't fail to see "A Texas Steer" at opera house next Mon- day night, Jan. 29th. Saturday and Monday only, 12 boxes parlor matches for 5 cts. at Gallmans' Racket Store. Miss Tennie Freman, of Alber- marle, North Carolina, is visiting her cousin, Mrs T R Day, in Highland Park. The proceedings of the district court have drawn a large number ' of people to town since the criminal docket was taken up. When you come to Henderson, go to the Sunny South Restaurant where you can get anything you want to eat and at any time of day. Mr. J. U. Anderson, the popu- lar insurance agent and all round royal good fellow, left Wednesday for Carthage. He will be absent several weeks. Joe McCas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 January 1900

L Vigor What does it do? It causes the oil glands in the skin to become more active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circu- lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. II PrcvtBls ni II QresNMKSs Ayer's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life remain- ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap- pears and the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. If 70a do net obtain all tk« bmeflts "1 •XMOttd (rem th« use of th« Vigor It* tna Doctor about It. ' — WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday January 25,1900. Second Class Hail Matter. He Did Rot Like Baby Talk. "My dear," said the young fa- ther, "th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 February 1900

z. THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. VOLUME, XXXXI. % "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM.IS HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY i, 1900. NUMBER 5. ft DENOUNCES THE BROWNIES. Glaigow (Ky ) Times. The Louisville Commercial, the .^credited and sole respectable or- £ n of Rcpablicaiitsm in Kentucky 1 tterly assails the Brown Demo- c ats. In an editorial printed last Thursday, the Commercial Says: "The Commonwealth of Ken- tucky having been traversed tor r> -arlv sia months bv vindictive 4 af slanderers and backbiters a id jfolitical reprobates calling th mselves Democrats of one kind a id anottier, and the State having s iffered in the esteem of the whole c m in b\ rra on <>f the corrupt a id vicious campaign wb^ih thrse kuWlnx element* - t ihr Dt-mucraiic part* ''ave *ag«-d igaiust each other, f"«!id the while energy of the^e ooliiicai handits having be -n iiow concentrated upon a corrupt struggle- for control of the L'iaisla tare, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 February 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. *0061 *1 /CJeniqsj Xepsjnqx Second Class Mail Matter. ftNNOUNeEMENTS. For County Judge W W Moore For County Attorney R. T. Brown For County Clerk Hall Wood L A Smith Emory Lloyd For Tax Assessor D. F. Spivy For Tax Collector Jas Whitfield Ben Oberthier H E Soape For County Commissioner Precinct No 2 Howard Williams For Justice Peace Precinct No 1 Jule Hendrick The trusts incorporated in New Jersey amount to a capitalization $4,403,400,000, and in the state of Delaware they amount to $416, 850,000 And yet the republicans tell US that the« tUi-ga axe cvi dence ot prosperity, and in order to fasten them on the people, the gold standard is brought forth in the name of "sound money." th Africa, so far, ••'.'-jgland, as . -*?s by THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. It appears from the press dispatches that the sturdy Burghers are slaying the English soldiers by the thousands. The English papers are red-hot with editorials anent the situation, and are free to criticise ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 1 February 1900

r X. i LOCAL NEWS. Hon. Clande Pollard, of Car- thage, was here last week. Miss Bonnie Spivy has returned trom a visit to Palestine. Miss Irene McLarty has return- ed from a visit to Paris. Pay your ten per cent into the cotton mill. •••i. g 111 « wiiraarL-P The Boers are conservative fighters. They are al- ways prepared to meet the enemy. The measles are still raging in nearly all portions of the couniy. Mr. Lewis Dre ben is here this week. He will soon locale at Jerome, Arizona Ten per cent of the amount sub- scribed to the cotton mill mus>t be paid at once. Miss Effie Shaw, of Longview, is iu the city visiting relatives and friends Farmers, in some sections in Rusk couniy, have their corn laud well broken. Parties wanting fresh family groceries should not tail to call on McAnulty Bros. Young Mr. Iversou who was tried and convicted for perjury has been allowed a new trial. Fresh groceries, honest weights and lull measure at McAnulty Bros Your Enemy the Ants will soon be upon yo...

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

no kou %want oflsumption? We are sure you do not. Nobody wants it. But it comes to many thousands every year. Itcomes to those who have had coughs and colds until the throat is taw, and the lining membranes of the lungs are inflamed. Stop your cough when it Brat appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. "FREE SPEECH. The editor of the Winsboro Wide-Awake is a true democrat, and therefore, believes in free spreech, as the following abund- antly shows: The Henderson Times is 41 years old and has always been one of the best papers in Texas. The only objection we have to Brother Milner is that he is against Chil- ton for the senate, but the Wide- Awake is fool enough to believe that Bob Milner has as much right i to his choice as we have to ours. TRUSSES, 65C, $1.25 AND UP Obituary. _ . Died at the residence of bis m IIAI>V I father, R. M. Barton, on Dec. IMll"! Jk A 10th 1899, Thomas Sebastin Bar- llS m ton. Sebastin, as he was famil- y iarly called was born in Rus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 February 1900

TIMES. — BY R.T. MILNER. VOLUME, XXXXI. \ 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. % HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1900. NUMBER 8. = = Incontestable Facts. Cornier Journal, Feb 3, There ha- been in manv ot the papers of the United State- a vast mass of misinformation with re ference to Kentucky afhirs. Some of 'his hts 't-en copied from tbe j>urn ii- ic bucca t-r. within ibe state and swne from lying c-.ir te>pr'ndr'tt<i, who, iftcr being told . w rtr a -y r-pn'able mei), tnv p^krr-'ii iocrp: tht- sratemein? (A pr«>!ts M«'nftl falsifier- I? i- ume ih-u a pirfjn S element of .-.'ic i :Oo*itesiable Nets* • f the ca^-e he lad bef. re trie people of the United States in connected order Ah tries*; facts have been published ; before, but many of them have' been suppressed by the yellow '■ journalists ot this and other states i The late Governor Bradley un- dertook to organize companies of the state gnard in this (Jefferson) j count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 February 1900

m i - a Second Class Mail Hatter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District J S Sherrill For County Jndge W W Moore For County Attorney R T Brown W M Futch For Sheriff 1/ T Standard Joel N Hale Chas W McAfee For County Clerk Hall Wood L A Smith Emory Lloyd For Tax Assessor Frank Truitt D F Spivy For Tax Collector Jas Whitfield Ben Oberthier H E Soape For County Commissioner Precinct No 1 Y M Searcy Precinct No 2 Howard Williams Precinct No 4 R W.Summers C P Padgett For Justice Peace Precinct No 1 Jule Hendrick Precinct No 4 C S Hays Asked a man the other day why so many of the country newspapers are for Chilton. He said because this gentleman who is being boom- ed by the Republican politicians, black and white, to say nothing of the Palmer and Buckner Demo crats, had subscribed for all the country newspapers. Well, — w a good many of them were awfully ckeap, but supposed that it would take^fiiore than the margin of profit in a dof/sr and hylf to buy them?—Claridjre's Stock farmer. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 February 1900

0J / LOCAL NEWS. Go «low on this credit business Cl&rks O. N. T. thread at. Gall man's Racket Store. Rev John Varj Lear has orned from Kentucky Avery's* plow stocks, planters and all steel goods at Lacy's. Hon N. B. Morris is in Austin on important business. Editor Dick Harris is sick list this week. are .conservative fighters. They are al- on Millions ot our farmers buying their supplies on credit, and that is what they call prosperity. Remember the bargain sale at Gaiiman's Racket Store, Thurs day, Friday and Saturday. Mr John Claiborne from Bastrop I county is here visiting bis father | and sisters ways prepared meet enemy. For your spring medicines and all other kind call at Chas. Stew art's drug store Don't let that $40 per bale cause I you to buy all the goods on the | market on credit. Th- present school year at Rock Hill Institute will close about the i middle of June. mar8. The farmers are getting to work in earnest in nearly all sections of | the county. All stockholde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 February 1900

I- ! h is voOfil HAIR I TURNING CRAY? What does your mirror say? Does it tell you of some little streaks of gray? Are you pleased? Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also? Just remember that gray hair never becomes darker without heln while dark hatr will bring back to your hair the color of youth. It never fails. It is just as sure as that heat melts snow, or that water quenches fire. It cleanses the scalp also and prevests the formation of dandruff. It feeds and nour- ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu- riant growth. It stops the hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair as well. W have a book on the Halt and Scalp which yon may obtain tcao neon request. 11 you do not obtain an tbo benefit* TOO expected from tbo mo of tne Vlfor, write tbo Doctor about It WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday February 22,1900. Second Class Mail Matter. From Mahon, Texas. There is some sickness in our county, such as measles, roseola, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 April 1900

•r * n 1 ^ BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." - $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXXI. X HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 5, 1900. NUMBER i4. Down by the Postoffice. Mistrot Bros. &Co. Down by the Postoffice. Some Facts About Our Position in the Dry Goods World May be of interest to you If yon are a buyer of Dry Goods, for if we show you that we can buy our goods for less than others can buy the same goods, we will have proven that we can sell them just that much cheaper. Here are a few facts: We have 22 retail dry goods stores in Texas and one in Louisiana. Our buyer spends twelve months every year in New York, the dry goods market of America, buying for this string of stores. We buy only for cash, and our discounts last year were more than fifty thousand dollars. We im- port direct, nearly all the goods we sell ^hat are not made in this country. We buy more dry goods for cash than does any retail concern in Texas. These enormous cargoes of me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 April 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. i Thursday April 5,1900. Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District T S Spinks R C DeGraffenreid For District Tndge W J Graham Chas E Carter For Representative S J Hendrick C J Livsey For Floater L M Allred For District Attorney Claude Pollard Walter C L,ane For County Judge W W Moore C L Brachfield For County Attorney R T Brown W M Futch For Sheriff L T Standard Joel N Hale Chas W McAfee For County Clerk Hall Wood L A Smith Emory Lloyd For District Clerk WGCulp For County Treasurer P D Chapman For Tax Assessor T P Bosworth Frank Truitt W D Arnold D F Spivy For Tax Collector Jas Whitfield Ben Oberthier H E Soape M B Pruitt For County Commissioner Precinct No 1 William W Thompson Y M Searcy Precinct No 2 J J Pool MCCole Precinct No 3 E L Ruark I R Dillard Precinct No 4 R W Summers ^ CP Padgett For Justice Peace Precinct No 1 E M Menefee Jule Hendrick Precinct No 4 C S Hays D C Bruton For Constable Precinct No 1 J G DeLamar Silas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 April 1900

?& *gaa^swsK3^ i A BIG CAT1PAIGN. We are going to make a thorough campaign with Higbtower's Sarsaparil* la, the best Alterative, Tonic and Blood Purifier made. There's none jttst as good. We guarantee it to be just as repre- sented. There isn't another guaranteed sarsapanlla made. VOTE To tise it. Sarsaparilla cleanses the system, prepares you to go through the long, hot summer Remember its a Guaranteed Sarsaparilla and you get it at just one place. Its HGHTOWER'S (OF COURSE.) Fine, thoroughbred Brown Leg horn eggs, 15 for one dollar. apr26 ) J- D. Akin. The candidates remain in the fields and farms all the week till Saturday when they come up. Mr. Ben Oberthier, the farmer, is the one that is running for tax collector, and not Ed Oberthier, the saddle and harness maker. (Take Hightower's Liver Guaranteed.) Tablets. LOCAL NEWS. Get your wall paper at Cam- eron's. A large stock of staple and fancy groceries at McAnulty Bros. Note the great reductions in sewing machines at Alford'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 April 1900

fil -rz'C- * * WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday April 5,1900. Second Class Mail Matter. CHILTON ON BOTH SIDES. (Continued from first page.) our opinions with us back to Wash- ington. I called the democratic members of the committee on Interstate and foreign commerce Into conference with me, and laid the question before them precisely as I had laid it before the sub- committee at Galveston. Without •n exception they all agreed with me; and they made such a fight in the committee on these lines that they finally succeeded in defeating the republican bill, and reported a measure such as they desired. On the other hand, Senator Chilton, still adhering to his own views, voted in the senate for the bill which provided for the construction of that great canal under the chartei of a private corporation. Now, my country- men, I submit it to your judgment and to your democracy to say who was right and who was wrong. Is there one of you who, remember- ing the struggle of Andrew Jack- so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 April 1900

«Til— r'nnw—wii urn >■ % /• ¥ BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." i $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXXI. & K HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1900. j* NUMBER 15. Down by the Postoffice. Down by the Postoffice. Mistrot Bros. & Co. Some Facts About Our Position in the Dry Goods World May be of interest to you if yon are a buyer of Dry Goods, for if we show you that we can buy our goods for less than others can buy the same goods, we will have proven that we can sell them just that much cheaper. Here are a few facts: We have 11 retail dry goods stores in Texas and one in Louisiana. Our buyer spends twelve months every year in New York, the dry goods market of America, buying for this string of stores. We buy only for cash, and our discounts last year were more than fifty thousand dollars. We im- port direct, nearly all the goods we sell that are not made in this country. We buy more dry goods for cash than does any retail concern in Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 April 1900

/ WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Tlrarsday April 12. IIM. Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District T S Spinks R C DeGraffenreid For District Tudge W J Graham Chas E Carter For Representative S J Hendrick C J Livsey For Floater Iv W Allred For District Attorney Claude Pollard Walter C Lane For County Jndge W W Moore C Li Brachfield For County Attorney R T Brown W M Futch For Sheriff L T Standard Joel N Hale Chas W McAfee For County Clerk Hall Wood L A Smith Emory Lloyd For District Clerk W G Culp For County Treasurer P D Chapman For Tax Assessor T P Bosworth Frank Truitt W D Arnold D F Spivy For Tax Collector Jas Whitfield Ben Oberthier H E Soape M B Pruitt For County Commissioner Precinct No 1 William W Thompson Y M Searcy Precinct No 2 J J Pool MCCole Howard Williams Precinct No 3 E L Ruark I R Dillard Precinct No 4 R W Summers C P Padgett For Justice Peace Precinct No 1 E M Menefee Jule Hendrick Precinct No 4 C S Hays D C Bruton For Constable Precinct No...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 April 1900

Ill * 4 A Bid CAflPAIGN. We are going to make a thorough campaign with Hightower's Sarsaparil- la, the best Alterative, Tonic and Blood Pnrifier made. There's none just as good. We guarantee it to be just as repre- sented. There isn't another guaranteed aarsapanlla made. VOTE To use it. Sarsaparilla cleanses the system, prepares you to go through the long, hot summer Remember its a Guaranteed Sareaparilla and yon get it at just one place. Its HGHTOWER'S (Take (OF COURSE.) Hightower's Liver * Guaran eed ) Tablets. LOCAL NEWS. Wylie has ttie goods Wylie has the shirts. Wylie has the shoes. Will Mavs spent Sunday in New Salem. Straw matting to arrive this week at Lacy's. Ravmond Spivy is back from St. Louis Fans and fancy parasols, at Miss E. Dodson's. Mrs. Reuben Burke has been quite sick the past week. A fresh car of Albatross flour, at Marwilsky's. Mrs. F. H. Spbarler is on the sick list this week. Mays & Harris will suit you in quality and price of goods Mrs, Hall Wood, and chi...

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