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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 May 1900

* THE HENDERSON TIMES. •"1 7> BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 31, 1900. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 2i. The Country vs. The City. Wanted Pardon Because They Needed The iden has gained deep root j Meat> in this generation that there is no! The latest story told on ex-Gov- fnture in country pursuits—that ernor Bob Taylor ot Tennessee, is i r- is no i-r^ent. eve- . Various this: During his last term as gov- li v«- conspirei t« this end. ernor, he. in the great kindness of r vt-r p--oi j 'Kts «.t penny a- hb h. art, had pardoned so many t.ucia iuai the piess loulishly give persons who had been imprisoned spac** to—jokes of which "Mr for larcenies that had been brought Hayseed" is tbe butt and which about by'he poverty of the cul- always represents him as sitnple prits that the partisan papers an- ] and ignorant and place him in a tagonistic to him were making his ! ri "c«i -os lifchr; tbe superior...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 May 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday May 31.1900. Second Class Hail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District R C DeGraffenreid John S Spinks For District Juige W J Graham Chas E Carter For District Attorney Claude Pollard For Representative S J Hendrick For Floater L W Allred For County Judge Chas I, Brachfield For County Attorney Bob Brown For Sheriff Joel N Haie 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 a land of plenty. judge Spinks has withdrawn from the race for congress, leaving the field entirely to DeGraffenreid The free pass system ought to be abolished and railroad fare reduced to two cents per mile. The democrats all over the na tion are getting ready to support Bryan, silver or no silver. The republican party is willing to trust the trusts and the trusts are willing to trust the republican party. Such statesmen as Mark Hanna should not be permitted to sha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 May 1900

Cold and Sparkling, 1 hese 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 gla^.s of our Peach Cream Soda and you will leave to return again. The Best Soda • in Town, at High tower's (Of Course.) saEi LOCAL NEWS. Screen doors at Telle's. "Catch the opportunity." By taking Hood's Sarsaparilla now you may build up your health and prevent serious illness Just because pants are working pants is no reason why they shouldn't fit and look well. The BUCKSKIN BREECHES have the most wear, best fit and best looks ot any pants made, where pants are worn. Belts 10, 15 and Miss E. Dodson's. 25 cents, at The farm rapidly. crops are growing Oxfords and sandals iust received by Mavs & ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 31 May 1900

mi* JK ' i. HEADACHE Pain back of your eyes? Heavy pressure in your head? And are you sometimes faint and dizzy? Is your tongue coated? Bad taste in your mouth? And does your food distress you ? Are you nervous and ir- ritable? Do you often have the blues? And are you troubled about sleeping? But there is a cure. Tis the old reliable ASS They let directly on the liver. They cure constipation,biliousness, sick headache, nausea, and dyspepsia. Take a laxative dose each night. For 60 years years they have been the Standard Family Pills. Me* 21 oats. Alt DntfbU. , "1 takw Ayer'« PUlirtn. larly for *ix months. Thar bar* cured me of a serere haadacne, i 1 can now walk from two to foar miles without getting tired or out of breath, something f have not been able to do for many years." , , 8. E. Witwoil, July 13,1699. Salem, Han. If you have any complaint whatever and desire the beet medical adylee you can possibly receive, write the doetor freely. You will receive a prompt re- ply without c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 June 1900

BY R. T. MILNER. THE HENDERSON TIMES. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE i4, 1900. NUMBER 23. ' A. The Sign of The Hapie Leaf. A STORY OF TWO LIVES. BY FREDERICK NEAL CURRIE. * V They stood at the turning of the lane that led into the meadow, within sound of the rippling brook beside" which they had whiled away many a pleasant hour during the long summer days of the sunny month of June—a youth just verg- ing into manhood, a girl scarce more than sweet sixteen. With faces toward the west ihey drank in the exquisite beauty of the sunset, and gazed with un- bounded admiration on the flaming picture which nature paints with such gorgeous colors upon the western sky at eventide. The light of the dying day shed a halo about them and standing in an attitude of unstudied grace, they presented a perfect picture, which, if transferred to canvass by the hand of genius would be heralded by the world of art—a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 June 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday June 14, 1900. - . f HON. R. W. FIR LEY WITHDRAWS. Accepts the Verdict and Will Take the Stump for successful Opponent. Austin, Texas, June u-—Hon. R. W. Finley this evening announ- Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For CongTess, 3rd District R. C DcGraffenreid John S Spinks For District Ju^ge W J Graham Chas E Carter For District Attorney Claude Pollard For Representative S J Hendrick For Floater L W Allred For County Judge Chas L Brachfield For County Attorney Boh Brown For Sheriff Joel X Haie 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 ced his withdrawal from the race the following Congress has adjourned. The Boxers are killing missionaries in China. the The Ohio democrats want Bryau aud Dewey. Mat Quay will try his hand on Hanna at the republican cgnven- tion. Otis says that a large standing army must be kept in the Philip- pines....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 June 1900

1 5 I I lis is not usually' experienced in the summer time, nor do we wish or claim to do that. We can, how- ever, cool you off with an excep- tionally fine glass of soda. Our Soda Water department is looked after with as much care as any other of our store. The result: it is the best in town. Try it at LHightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Straw matting at Lacy's. Barb wire at Lacy's. Ice cream freezers at Lacy's. Job Printing in this office. That cotton mill enterprise is going on all right. Fruit jars at Lacv's, lowest prices. Mrs. T. L. Cameron spent last week in Furrh, La. 6oc per doz. tor quart truit jars at Lacy's. No bod y will object to the cotton mill site. Rocking chairs, diners and straight chairs at Lacy's. Master John Flanagan, of Aus- tin, is in the city. Blizzard Ice Cream freezers are the best. Sold by Lacy. * Misses Dollie Meyer and Josie Still left yesterday for Waco. Go to Lacy's for your furniture, stoves, hardware, etc. f Car load of White Swan flour at E. B. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 June 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday June 14, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. CRAY i STREAKS ■older than Why let all your neigh- bors and friends think you must be twenty years you are ? Yet it's impossible to look young with the color of 70 years in the hair. It's sad to see young persons look prematurely old in this way. Sad be- cause it's all unneces- sary; for gray hair may always be re- stored to its nat- ural color by us- ing— [MM PI visor For over half a cen- tury this has been the standard hair prepara- tion. It is an elegant dressing; stops fall- ing of tne hair; makes the hair grow; and cleanses the scalp from dandruff. 91.00 a bottle. All druggist*. " I have been using Ayer'a Hair Vigor for over 20 years and I can heartily recommend it to the public as the best hair tonic in existence." Mrs. 6. l. Albersos, April 24,1899. Ector, Tex. If Jon do not obtain all the baneflta write <*' Lowell, Has*. ITT Ton expected from the Vigor, write the Doctor about It. Address, Da....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 June 1900

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. A U3 VOLUME, XLI. \ HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 21, 1900. NUMBER 24. SAM JONES ON D - WEY. Admiral Dewey was a hero. What is he now? He never said or did an unwise thing, so tar as the public knows, before his recent marriage; it he has done or said a wise thing since bis marriage the public has been lelt in profound ignorance of it. Funny John Allen of Mississippi' said this country could not afford to make Dewey president. He was asked why, and replied: "Be- cause he would give it to his wife the uext day?" Marcos, or Mc- Kinley-Hanna said another good thing the other day on Dewey's candidacy for the presidency when he said the battle for the presi- dency would be fought on land, and not on water. A man can afford to be a young tool, but no man can keep the re- spect of the community after he gets to be an old fool. I prefer not to be a popular hero —the public is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 June 1900

f 1 J' 2". •-{ . . || 1 WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday Jane 14, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District R C DeGraffenreid For District Ju jj?e W J Graham Cbas E Carter For District Attorney Claude Pollard For Representative S J Hendrick For Floater L W Allred For County Judge Chas L 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 GOV. ROOSEVELT AGAIN DECLINES. A WAR WITH CHINA POSSIBLE.. Says PosttlTely That He Does Not Want the Vice-Presidency. Philadelphia, June 18.—Gov- ernor Theodore Roosevelt has made as specific a refusal of the nomina- tion for vice president as he could possibly make in view of the fact that the nominating committee has not met, and that few of the dele- gates have caucused. Standing in a small room facing a crowd of newspaper men this alternoon he made ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 June 1900

VJ is not usually experienced in the summer time, nor do we wish or claim to do that. We can, how- ever, cool you off with an excep- tionally fine glass of soda. Our Soda Water department is looked after with as much care as any other of our store. The result: it is the best in town. Try it at High tower's (Of Course.) jyfrair-'vSZg: LOCAL NEWS. Foster Mays is in the city. Judicial primary next Saturday. to Miss Effie Bell has returned her home in Marshall. Tudge T- H. Turner, is in this week. Rusk Miss Anna Ray Beall is ing a few days in Overton. spend- Douglas Crow is at home an absent of several months. after Mrs. Claude Lacy, of Longview, is in the city. Dr. T- G. Motley, of Overton, spent Monday in the city. White W ylie's. Swan flour at W. E. Miss Jessamal Calaway, of Bren- ham, is visiting in the city. Mr and Mrs. John Florev, of Overton, spent Monday in the city. Anothef heavy rain and wind storm passed through Henderson last Monday night. When you want the best flour call f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 June 1900

/ / J - / m ■ V HAIR So many persons nave hair that is stubborn and dull. It won't grow, what's the reason? Hair needs help just as anything else does at times. The roots re- quire feeding. When hair stops growing it loses its lus- ter. It looks dead. acts almost instantly on such hair. It awakens new life in the hair bulbs. The effect is astonishing. Your hair grows, be- comes thicker, and all dandruff is removed. And the original color of early life is restored to faded or gray hair. This is always the case. S1.00 ab«ttW. A > .— coming best tonic I have tried, ud I shall continue to recommend it to my friend*." lUm* Holt, Sept. 24,1868. Burlington, N. C. If yon do not obtain i TO« expected from the Vigor, writ* the Doctor • JO. ATZB. Lowell, Haw. Da. V do not obtain all the benefit! am the use of the Hair Doctor about it. VeV.V 4M* WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday June 14. 1900. Second Class Hail Matter. Methodism's New Departure. The Methodist Episcopal church, at its l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 July 1900

♦' — : X 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. JULY 19, 1900. NUMBER 28. MISTROT BROS. & CO. DOWN BY THE PCSTOFFieE. There's a case on trial in Henderson==Cash vs. Credit==in which we are immensely interested. We take the cash end of the argument, and believe the facts will sustain us when we assert that the cash system is the best upon which to contract business, and the cash store is the one in which to spend money, provided the cash store is conducted in a manner deserving of your confidence and good will. We have been trying to conduct this kind of a cash store here for fourteen months, and we truly believe that we have succeed in laying the foundation of what will be one of the best stores that ever flour= ished in East Texas. When we opened our Henderson store we an= nounced in the pages of this paper that the plan upon which we ex= pected to build...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 July 1900

/ "—try *g m r WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday July 19, 1900. Second Class Mail Katter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District R C DeGraffenreid For District Judge W J Graham Chas E Carter for District Attorney Claude Pollard For Representative S J Hendrick For Floater L W Allred For County Judge Chas Iy 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 There has always been an ele- ment in America in favor of im- perialism. Hamilton was an able advocate of the doctrine and his following was so strong that at one time it was thought to be the dom- inant party in American politics. But for the aggressiveness and radicalness of Thomas Jefferson the views of Hamilton would have triumphed, and long before this time, the Republic of America would have passed away and an empire built upon its ruins. But while Jefferso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 July 1900

% *.v 18 The Coming Man is one of our soda fountain patrons. He is one of the most critical and discriminating persons we ever met, but when a beyerage suits his taste he is not backward about expressing his opinion. He says our Soda Water is the "best stuff in Town when you are Thirsty." You will agree with him after you have had some of his experi- ence at our fountain. The Best Soda Water in Town at Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Fruit jar rubbers at Lacy's. Rev. P. N. Bently has returned fiom W^co. Mrs. W- W. Moore and little son are visiting in Gainesville. Plates, Films, Frames, Holders, Developers etc., at Stewart's. Special prices on Mattings at Lacy's. Next 10 days. Maj. P. G. Garrison went to Dallas this week on a short visit. Mrs. J. F. Merritt and son, Roscoe, are visiting in Austin and San Antonio. Mrs. F. M. Rogers and children of Wolfe City, are visiting rela- tives in the city. Mr. Reed Spiyy has returned home, accompanied by Mr. Crit- tenden, from Paris, Texas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 July 1900

r- ** z ' . Does this illus- trate your experi- ence? And are you wor- ried for fear you HAIR are soon to be bald? Then ing, for cease worry- help is at hand. You need something that will new life into the air bulbs. You food, N&ir It brings health to the hair, and the fall- ing ceases. It always restores color to gray hair. You need not look at thirty as if you were fifty, for your gray hair may have again all the dark, rich color of youth. Sl.Mabottl*. , I An " I am a barber by trade and tore had a great deal to do -with your Hair Vigor. I have found that it will do everything that yoa claim lor it. It has given me the most complete satisfaction in my busi- ness." Hexry j. George, March 22,1899. Kansas City, Mo. Wrlim thm Doctor. If you do not obtain all the benefits you expected from the use of the Vigor, write the Doctor about It - * Address, Db. j, 0. AYES, v > Lowell, Has*. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday July 19, 1900. Judge Hotze Out For Col. Bryan. Cleveland,...

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

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. -A- "tolerant in all things, neutral in nothing." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 2 1900. NUMBER 30. Mistrot's Clearance Sale Of Everything Summery. It won't bs very long now until dry goods merchants will turn their thoughts toward the fall season. We're already making our plans for the winter business, but in the meantime do not forget that summer is yet here and will be for some time, and that we have yet on our shelves just enough summer goods to supply your wants. We do not mean to carry them over for another year, and for the next six weeks, or until the present stocks are exhausted, we are going to sell them at less prices than they have ever been seen at a similar season. To begin with we want to assure you that this is an opportunity for buying summer goods at just a little more than half their value, and everything will be sold just as quoted, with this one exception: We will not sell to me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 2 August 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday July 19, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District R C DeGraffenreid For District Judge W J Graham Chas E Carter Por District Attorney Claude Pollard For Representative S J Hendrick For Floater L W AUred For County Judge Chas L, 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 IT GOES FOR BRYAN. The Courier-Journal was the ablest paper in the South to join the gold bug party four years ago. Its owner, Mr. Haldeman, was a member of the national executive committee of the Palmer and Buck ner party and was the most influ ential member of it. The other day that committee met in the city of Indianapolis, and Mr. Haldeman was present and startled the coun try by the bold speech which he made in favor ot the Kansas City platform and the able man at the head ...

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

r Disgusted with your tooth brush? Do the bristles come out, or is its shape inconvenient? Some brashes have no excuse for being used by any one, and perhaps you have been unlucky enough to get one of this kind. Our Tooth Brushes are the best selected stock; con- venient shape, stiff bristles, well secured. Try one. Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. They say that the cotton crop so far is nearly all stalk. For a short time only Diamond photos 4 for 25c Remember the excursion to San Antonio, August 10th. 12 boxes parlor matches 5 cts. at Gallman's Racket Store. Hon. N. B. Morris is at Pales- tine trying the mob cases. Prof. Travis, of Troupe, was in the city this week This summer compared to last has been of the arctic order. It seems that the whole country is full of sickness. You get the cheapest saddles and harness in town at Ed Oberthier's. Rev. and Mrs. John Van Lear have returned from Shreveport, La. Mrs. Tyre Hancock and chil- dren, of Dallas, are visiting in the city. It s...

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

m °"Me^eo«panviC House <8qun o Mm Jd4ko wl "Tt Paint aki icio« f urn mo. m Painter of experi«nc« and ability un- derstands thor- onghly the neem- aity o t using aenaranteea color and a para linseed oil. Tfcc Mound City Paint & Color Co. ST. LOUIS, u. s. A. makes guaranteed oil colors well known to the trade and to the practical painter, as well as many- thousand users, as absolutely relia- ble goods. They make their own linseed oil and know it to be the best in the world. FOR SALE BY J. CAMERON, Dealer in Drug*, Paints, Oila, Druggittt' Sundries, etc.. Mound City Paint and Gregg Varnish. Mound City Paints I lutely guaranteed. delicatessen! The Sunny South Restaurant. Hot Meals at all Hours. Best the Market Affords. Polite Attenion* 1*- Experienced Cooks. Lunches prepared oa short notice. Fresh French baked Lightbread always on hand. Ice Cream and Cakes, Milk Shakes, Soda Water, Lemonade and Cold Ciders. Neat, comfortable Dining Rooms. South St., next door to McAnulty Bros. DR...

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