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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 April 1900

JM V -V. , WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday April 12,1900. Second Class Mail Hatter. HOW EASTERTIDE COKES TO US. When Father Time strikes the appointed hour, Spring leaves her castle in the everblooming tropics, and, on wings of light and love, speeds to our own beantifnl South- land, and softly wakes up Nature out of her long winter's dream. She gently calls to the brooks, and they burst forth from their icy beds and away down the hill- sides, they go merrily dancing and laughing, at the thoughts of lillies, so soon to bloom upon their banks, and wave upon their own dimpling breasts. Then from the hilltops, she hanovers to the rivers in the sleeping valleys. With new life, they roll on leaping their boulders, and lashing the rocks—hurrying like a mighty trumpet, in their onward course to the sea, to be borne upon the breast ot the ebbing tide "into the fathomless deep, where the carols sleep." Old ocean hears afar off the mutter of these rushing waters, and he heaves and sig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 26 April 1900

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXXI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1900. NUMBER 17. CHILTON WITHDRAWN. K. If. Stafford, His Campaign Manager, Gives Out Statement. Dallas, Texas, April 17.—Hon. J. W. Bailey's wonderful speed in A BRAVE CONGRESSMAN Has the Courage to Speak tor a Strug- fling Republic. Dallas Bean Monde. One Texas statesman, and one the race for United States senator alone has spoken in defense of the produced a climax in the contest I struggling patriots of South Airica. 'when on yesterday he carried Travis connty, the home of former Governor James S Hogg, and who is the political sponsor of Senator Horace Chilton. Bailey's success in Travis county is one of the political sensations ot Texas and one of the remarkable episodes in the young statesman's eventful public career. As a sequel to the result in Travis county, came the announcement late this afternoon that Senator C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 26 April 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Tbarsday April 26.1900. Second CUss 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 L, W Allred For District Attorney Claude Pollard Walter C Lane 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 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 Oberthler H E Soape M B Pruitt For County Commissioner Precinct No 1 William W Thompson Y M Searcy Precinct No 2 J J Pool M C Cole 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 — 26 April 1900

"IA days of old, When kings were bold, nd barons held their sway" The doughty warrior sought the way- side tavern and refreshed himself with draughts of sacK and canary. The fin-de-siecle gallant does different- ly. He seeks High tower's Soda Fountain and brings the '-Summer girl" with him. They all ask for Peach Crerfm Soda because it is the finest beverage in town. We make it the finest on purpose to have them ask for it. 5 c at Its « Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Exports! Exports, 5c cigar. Exports. 5c cigar, at Stewart's. It is now cotton planting time. Pnrnitnre still arriving at Lacy's. Does it pay to raise cotton to bay meat with? Mr. J. H. Young spent Satur- day and Sunday in Galveston. Stewart's Sarsaparilla is sold only at Stewart's. Have you seen those brand new bed suits at A J. Lacy's? Walter Harlan, of Overton spent Tuesday in the city. Those new bed room suits at Lacy's are things of beauty. Miss Sudie Dickenson has re- turned from a week's visit to San Antonio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 26 April 1900

K «• > *. * « i- J WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday April 26,1900. Second Class Hail Matter. MADE MONEY ON ROUND BALES. IS Patrons of Roundlap Gin Plants Tells of Their Big: Profits. The past ginning season again demonstrated the incomparable superiority of The American Cotton Company's Roundlap bale. Not only were farmers benefited who had their cotton put up in Roundlap bales, but even the patrons of old- style gins profited by the presence of Roundlap competition. Farmers all over the cotton states have written letters to the owners of Roundlap plants telling of the profit that has come to them from having their cotton put up in Roundlap bales. Mr. W. F. Hartley, Sr., who patronized the Greenville, Ala., plant, wrote Feb. 3, 1900: "The most impor- tant point in the Roundlap bale's iavor to the farmer is the advance in price above that Of the «quare bale. It has averaged the entire past season $2.00 per bale more than the square bale. More than $5 ,000 has been placed in...

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

THE TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. \ "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXXI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 3, 1900. NUMBER 17. Iriistrot Bros. & Co. Down by the Postoffice, Henderson, Texas. We are the largest retailers of Dry Goods in the State of Texas and necessarily buy enormous quantities of everything we handle. This enables us to buy at prices far less than is paid by those who buy in smaller lots, and this advantage we extend to our patrons. We do not believe that any man ever succeeded permanently in business by charging more than goods were worth—by demanding a larger profit than his investment should bear. Acting upon this belief, we give our customers the ben- efit of our large purchases, and sell at the lowest possible prices, thus making ours the ideal trading place for men and women who desire that their money shall have its fullest, value-bringing power, fifty-two weeks in the year. We do not believe that any bnsiness...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 May 1900

GOEBEL'S SLAYERS. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday May 3,1900. Second Class Mail Hatter. 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 I^ivsey For Floater I, W Allred For District Attorney Claude Pollard For County Judge W W Moore C JLi Brachfield For County Attorney R T Brown W M Futch For Sheriff h T Standard Joel N Hale Chas W McAfee For County Clerk Hall Wood L, A Smith Emory Llojd 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 M C Cole 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 ^ Pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 May 1900

I t iNS-„ < 1 ' JL "In days of old, When kings were bold, And barons held their sway" The doughty warrior sought the way- side tavern and refreshed himself with draughts of sack and canary. The fin-de-siecle gallant does different- ly. He seeks Hightower's Soda Fountain and brings the ' Summer girl" with him. They all ask for Peach Cream Soda because it is the finest beverage in town. We make it the finest on purpose to haye them ask for it. K /4 its oe ^ Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Exports! Exports, 5c cigar. Exports, 5c cigar, at Stewart's. When wanting old newspapers, come to this office. New hats and other millinery goods at Mrs. Kidd's. The campaign tale sprung on the day of election is always a lie. Ed Oberthier keeps the White Elephant buggy. Blue Surge coats and vests at Mays & Harris'. A big stock of toilet soap at Gallman's Racket Store See Lacy's stock of straw mat- tings before you buy. New goods opened this week. Miss E. Dodson. Mr. J. P. Wilkinson has s...

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

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday May 3,1900. Second Class Mail Hatter. Roundlap Bales Made Cotton Higher. Wherever The American Cotton Company's Roundlap presses were operated last season higher prices prevailed for cotton whether baled round or square. In order to get cotton, square-bale buyers were obliged to pay more than Jthe cot- ton was selling for in neighboring towns where there was not a Roundlap plant. In some cases the premium paid by square-box ginners in competition with Round- lap gins during the greater part of the season was as much as half a cent per pound above the price ruling at other old-style gins in the same county. The inevitable result followed. Cotton (and the owners' trade with it) was drawn for long distances to Roundlap points to the profit of the entire community, and at the expense of towns that did not enjoy the ad vantages of round bale competi tion. The effect of such object lessons has been a demand for Roundlap presses for next season which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 10 May 1900

HENDERSON TIMES. V- BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXXI. \ HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 10, igoo. <r. NUMBER 18. 'nistrot Bros. & Co. i Down by the Postoffice, Henderson, Texas. We are the largest retailers of Dry Goods in the State of Texas and necessarily buy enormous quantities of everything we j handle. This enables us to buy at prices far less than is paid by those who buy in smaller lots, and this advantage we extend to our patrons. We do not believe that any man ever succeeded permanently in business by charging more than goods were worth—by demanding a larger profit than his investment should bear. Acting upon this belief, we give our customers the ben= efit of our large purchases, and sell at the lowest possible prices, thus making ours the ideal trading place for men and women who desire that their money shall have its fullest, value-bringing power, fifty-two weeks in the year. We do not belie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 10 May 1900

/ WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. PROCEEDINGS OF THE EXECUTIVE COM- MITTEE OF THIS JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Carthage, Texas, May 8th, 1900. At a meeting of the democratic executive committee of the fourth judicial district, composed of the counties of Harrison, Panola and Rusk, the following proceedings .were had: Present W. E. Ross Kndicott, Secretary of War un-i Judicial chairman 4th Judicial Thursday May 3, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. der Cleveland, dted at his home in Boston last Sunday of pneumonia. Re was 73 years of age. Hon.^ David B. Culberson died at his home in Tef?erson last Tues- day. Jle was^T? years old and had spent one tp! of his life in public service, 'He was born in Troupe county, Ga., and came to Texas in 1856. The election is over, and all men should bury their regrets, subdue their spleen and strive henceforth to make an honest liv- ing. Life is too short and time too precious to squander it in seditious conversation and the cul- tivation of strife., envy and hat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 10 May 1900

— A I Cold and Sparkling, These are two of the reasons why our SODA WATER is the most pop- ular in town. Two more reasons are our syrups possess that rich fruit flavor which maHes them truly delicious and the carbonated water we use is the most sparkling that can be made. We serve all of the best flavors and among them several delightful ones that can not be obtained elsewhere. Drop in, try a glass of our Peach Cream Soda and you will leave to return again. The Best Soda in Town, at Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Exports! Exports, 5c cigar. Exports, 5c cigar, at Stewart's. Screen doors at Telle's. Ed Oberthier keeps the White Elephant baggy. See Lacy's stock of straw mat- tings before you buy. Screen doors and sash at Tel- ler's. Prices away down in everything, at Miss E. Dodson's. Keg soda, 8 pounds 25c. Gasman's Racket Store. Mr. S. E. Miller, of San Marcos, was in Henderson last week. White and fancy parasols, cheap, at Miss E Dodson's. W T. Ray will sell you a watch at New...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 10 May 1900

LION COFFEE the mcu / ■ *• Sold only in l-lb. Packages. Premium List in every Package. Best Coffee for the Money. Insist upon LION COFFEE! WOOLSON SPICE CO., TOLEDO, O. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday May 3, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. Obituary, Gone, but not lost! our sister dear, Gone home to glory and to God; We meet to-day and drop a tear, Where rests her body 'neath the sod. Gone, but not lost! oh no, not lost, Although she fell in battle strife: She fell a soldier at her post, And iiow she wears a crown of life. Gone, but not lost! just gone before, Where Jesus and the angels dwell: She rests in peace, her labors o'er, And we to-day her triumph tell. Death has again visited our midst and claimed as his own Mrs. Fannie Rousseau and babe, Robert Toombs. Fannie Rain- water was born near Laneville, Rusk county, Sep. 6, 1868, died March 4, 1900, age thirty-one years, five months and twenty eight days. Robert was born April 15, 1899, died March 5, 1900, age ten months an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 May 1900

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XXXXI. V HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1900. & NUMBER 19. flistrot Bros. Co. Down by the Postoffice, Henderson, Texas. We are the largest retailers of Dry Goods in the State of Texas and necessarily buy enormous quantities of everything we handle. This enables us to buy at prices far less than is paid by those who buy in smaller lots, and this advantage we extend to our patrons. We do not believe that any man ever succeeded permanently in business by charging more than goods were worth--by demanding a larger profit than his investment should bear. Acting upon this belief, we give our customers the ben- efit of our large purchases, and sell at the lowest possible prices, thus making ours the idea! trading place for men and women who desire that their money shall have its fullest, value-bringing power, fifty-two weeks in the year. We do not believe that a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 May 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. •*« Thursday May 17. 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. COiJNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVEN- TION PKOCEEDINQS. Nominees Declared and Delegates Elected to Various Conventions. Pursuant to previous arrange- ments of the regular organized democracy of Rusk county, the delegates from the various pre- cincts of the county met at Hen- derson Saturday, May 12, 1900. Convention called to order at 11 a. m., by the county chairman, Hon. J. E. Norvell. The convention proceeded .at once to business by electing Maj. A. Taliaferro temporary chair- man, and J. P. Culp secretary. On motion a committee on plat- form, organization and resolu- tions was appointed, consisting of one from each voting precinct. While the committee was con- ferring the convention was ad- dressed by Uol. Jas. H. Jones, Judge Gould, of Palestine, Judge J. H. Turner, and others. Then the committee submitted the following report which was unanimouslv adopted: Hon. A. Taliaferro, Chairman of the Rusk county d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 May 1900

•seals' i A H Cold and Sparkling. These are two of the reasons why our SODA WATER is the most pop- ular in town. Two more reasons are our syrups possess that rich fruit flavor which maKes them truly delicious and the carbonated water we use is the most sparkling that can be made. We serve all of the best flavors and among them several delightful ones that can not be obtained elsewhere. Drop in, try a glass of our Peach Cream Soda and you will leave to return again. The Best Soda in Town, at Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Screen doors at Telle's. Hats must go. Get yours cheap, at Miss E. DodsotTs Diamond Photos, 6 for 50 cts. Meyer & Brin. Miss Effie Langston, of Concord, is visiting relatives in the city. Remember that next to Godliness. cleanliness is Hats at a big reduction this week, at Miss E Dodson's. Some bargains left in Drutn- aiers' Samples, at Mays & Harris'. Hon J. R Arnold delivers the annual address at the Select School at Omen to-day. The Mount Zion Assoc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 24 May 1900

7"~ THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. M1LNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 24, 1900. NUMBER 2o. CRUSHED BV HER CROWN! The great " Book of Martyrs " has never been written. Fox's famous work deals only with the martyrdom of the body. When the real book of martyrs is written it will deal with the mental martyrdom of the woman who suffered in silence because modesty would not let her put into speech question* that burned in her heart. Modesty is the Crown of Maidenhood and Motherhood, and yet there have been liter- ally millions of women crushed to death by that crown,—that shining symbol of woman's sovereignty in the home. Here is A YOUNG GIRL " Standing with reluctant feet Where womanhood and girlhood meet." In the first critical period of her life she begins to experience suffering which she necessarily connects with the organs of sex. What it is she does not know. Why it is ■he does not understa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 24 May 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. .1 1* 1 Thursday May 24, 1900. Second Class Mail Hatter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District R C DeGraffenreid John g Spinks For District Judge W J Graham Chas E Carter Por District Attorney Claude Pollard For Representative S J Hendrick For Floater L W Allied For County Judge Chas h Brachfield For County Attorney Bob Brown For Sheriff Joel N Hale For County Clerk Hall Wood For District Clerk W G Culp For County Treasurer P D Chapman "For Tax Assessor W D Arnold For Tax Collector Ben Oberthier Get up early next Monday morning and you will observe the total eclipse of the sun. Poor old Dewey will go down to posterity as his wife's candidate for president. The bubonic plague is in San Francisco, and Dr. Blount has quarantined against the state o: California. It is reported now that Mrs. Dewey has changed her mine about running her husband for president. McKinley's canteen in the Philippines is going to drive the temoer^nce people entirely away from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 24 May 1900

■a* Cold and : Sparkling. These are two of the reasons why our SODA WATER is the most pop- ular in town. Two more reasons are our syrups possess that rich fruit flavor which maHes them truly delicious and the carbonated water we use is the most sparkling that can be made. We serve all of the be^t flavors and among them several delightful ones that can not be obtained elsewhere. Drop in, try a glass of our Peach Cream Soda and you will leave to return again. The Best Soda in Town, at Hightower's (Of Course.) Was this ever a dry country? Diamond Photos, 6 for 50 cts. Meyer & Brin. at The groceries you want are McAnulty Bros, very cheap. Two car loads of ear corn, for sale at N. L Marwilsky's. Look out Monday! for the eclipse next Wanted. 200 dozen fresh eggs. Gallman's Racket Store. The only candidate for a district office in this judicial district refus- ing to endorse the action of the judicial executive committee in ordering a primary election, is Hon. Chas Carter, ot Harrison ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 24 May 1900

■ Ever have them? Then we can't (tell you any- ' thing about r them. You know how dark r everything, looks and how you are about "ready to give up. Some- how, you can't throw off the terrible depression. Are things really so blue? Isn'tityournerves, after all? That's where the trouble is. Your nerves are being poisoned from the Impurities In your blood. sanararuia purifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves. It makes health and strength, activ- ity and cheerfulness. This is what" Ayer's " will do for you. It's the oldest Sarsaparilla in the land, the kind that was old before other Sarsa- parillas were known. This also accounts for the saying, "One bottle of Ayer's is worth three bottles of the ordinary kind." SI.M a bottle. Ail WMto tho Doctor. It yon have any complaint whatever and aeilre the best medical adviea you can poulhly receive, write the doctor freely. You will receive a prompt re- ply, wltbost coat. Address. Da, 3. C. ATZB, Lowell, MaiJ. VTTTTT ¥ T t A ...

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