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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 August 1900

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 9 1900. NUMBER 31. \ f Mistrot's Clearance 5ale Of Everything Summery. It won't be 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 U an opportunity for buying summer goods at just a little more than half their value, and everything h will be sold just as quoted, with this one exception: We will not sell t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 August 1900

WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday July 19, 1900. Second Class Hail Matter. 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 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 THE NEWS AND THE TIMES. As political sheets The Ga Ives ton News and her daughter at Dal- las are the most magnificent fail ures of their size, age and beauty in the world. They should stick to knitting and spinning anc weaving and sewing and cooking and light work generally of the household and industrial nature —Henderson Times. The News has never aspired to the delights of being on the pop ular side. The News, not being able to trim its sails to catch the popular storm or to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 August 1900

\ \ Disgusted with your tooth brush? Do the bristles come out, or is its shape inconvenient? Some brushes 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. For a short time photos 4 for 25c only Diamond The ten-pen-alley business this week. is short on Mrs. W. W. Moore has returned from Gainesyille. Prof T. R. Howard, from Clay- ton, was in the city Monday. Miss Gladys Buford is visiting friends and relatives in Carthage. Miss Bennie Mays, from Lane- ville, is visiting in the city. Cameras and Kodak supplies at Chas. Stewart's drug store. Cotton is at least three weeks late this year. Eastman Kodaks and full line of supplies, at Ras Redwine. Miss Alma Tarbutton returned home Sunday, alter a pleasant visit in the city. Messrs. T. Endel and S. E. Miller left for New York Wednes- day. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 August 1900

t i SI >r Co«ld Look at your tongue. Is it coated ? Then you have a bad taste in your mouth every morning. Your appetite is poor, and food dis- tresses you. You have frequent headaches and „are often dizzy. Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipated. There's an old and re- liable cure: ► Don't take a cathartic dose and then stop. Bet- ter take a laxative dose each night, just enough to cause one good free move- ment the day following. You feel better the very next day. Your appetite returns, your dyspepsia is cured, your headaches pass away, your tongue clears up, your liver acts well, and your bowels no longer give you trouble. Price, 25 cents. All dragtiiti. " I have taken Ajer'i Pillg for 35 years, and I consider them the best made. One pill does me more /rood than half a box of any other k(?iri I have ever tried." Mrs N.E. Talbot, March 30,1899. Arrington, Kans. ■ A A 4 ▼ ▼ ▼ A A WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday July 19. 1900. Second Class Hail Matter....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 September 1900

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. M1LNER. "TOLERANT liN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEHBER 13, 1900. NUMBER 36. 4*. %/%/%&%. v%% %n # Chas. Hardware Headquarters. E. J. eller. |! My stock of heavy and shelf hardware and machinery supplies is large and complete and you can find anything you want in Plow, Garden or Mechanics Tools, Wag= on materials, Gin and General Machinery Supplies, Belting, Etc., Lubricating Oils, | i Paints, Oils, Varnishes, f I carry the famous brands, Sherwin-Williams and Mastic ready-mixed paints, and can supply with any amount of any color. These paints go fur- ther and give better satisfaction than any other mixed paint on the market. General Work Department. All kinds of repair work in wood and iron by skilled workmen and at lowest prices. Wagons and buggies repaired, picture framing in latest styles, window and door screens fitted. TINNING AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT. Roofing and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 September 1900

m - • igr ■■■ - RED HOT BARGAINS! | That is what you will get at the great Sheriff Sale if you will just spare us a little of your time. It is a question of economy to you not to miss I this stupendous sale which is now the order of the day at the New York Bargain Store. We want to make the great Sheriff Sale the boast of | Henderson and all Rusk county and to accomplish our aim reckless price cutting will be the rule. Nothing is to be spared. Our entire stock R of dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, etc., must be sold within the next ninety days. Therefore we offer the following sensational bargains | which no doubt will do the work: ££ & fit & & Bargain No i—Mens' outfit complete, consisting of one suit under- wear, one top shirt, one pair socks, one pair suspenders, one neck tie, one hankerchief, one hat, one pair shoes, one suit of clothes (coat, vest and pants) an overcoat or a mackintosh, all for- • .$10.00 Bargain No. 2.—115 youth's suits, worth $7.00, go at 2.50 Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 September 1900

Make One Trip of It. Every Text Book used in the schools of this county will be found here and can be supplied with the least bother at the shortest notice. We are fitted up and equipped to sell text books as they should be sold. Every School Need can be supplied at our store. In addition to being the accredited agents for the sale of the State text books and carrying in stock all books used by the normal and high schools of the county, our stock of school supplies is the most complete and closest priced of any hereabouts. Buy school books and school supplies here because you get the most complete and best seryice. We are ready for you, at Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Cypress shingles at Teller's $2.50 per thousand. Mr. W. B. Coats has accepted a position with Kangerga Bros. Henderson sent about $200 to the relief fund at Galveston. Good brooms 25c. Gauman's Racket Store. Mike Hudson of New Orleans was in the city Tuesday. Machinery supplies and belting in abundance at Telle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 13 September 1900

u t/ % |V t WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday, September 13, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. Hacking There is noth- ing so bad for a cough as cough- ing. It tears the tendermembrane of the throat and lungs, and the wounds thus made attract the tgerms of con- sumption. Stop your cough by using the family remedy that has been curing "^coughs and colds every kind for over sixty years. You ^ can't afford to be with- k out it. jf 8SSS& loosens the grasp of your cough. The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed; all inflamma- tion is subdued; and the cough drops away. Three si/es: the one dollar size is the cheap- est to keep on hand; the 50c. size for coughs you have had for some time; the 25c. size for an ordinary cold. " For 15 years I had a very bad cough. The doctors and everybody else thought I had a true cue of coMiimptlon. Then I tried Ayar's Cherry Pectoral ana It only took a bottle and a half to cure me." F. MabioN MII.leb, Oct. 28,1898. Camden, N.Y. Write the D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 September 1900

A KaNB THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. M1LNER. VOLUME, XLI. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. £ HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEHBER 20, 1900. NUMBER 37. 1 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Hardware Headquarters. E. J. Teller. My stock of heavy and shelf hardware and machinery supplies is large and complete and you can find anything you want in Plow, Garden or Mechanics Tools, Wag- on materials, Gin and General Machinery Supplies, Belting, Etc., Lubricating Oils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes. I carry the famous brands, Sherwin-Williams and Mastic ready-mixed paints, and can supply with any amount of any color. These paints go fur- ther and give better satisfaction than any other mixed paint on the market. General Work Department. All kinds of repair work in wood and iron by skilled workmen and at lowest prices. Wagons and buggies repaired, picture framing in latest styles, window and door screens fitted. TINNING AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT. Roofing and valley tin, c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 September 1900

11 I ■ RED HOT BARGAINS! That is what you will get at the great Sheriff Sale if you will just spare us a little of your time. It is a question of economy to you not to miss p this stupendous sale which is now the order of the day at the New York Bargain Store. We want to make the great Sheriff Sale the boast of i Henderson and all Rusk county and to accomplish our aim reckless price cutting will be the rule. Nothing is to be spared. Our entire stock jg of dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, etc., must be sold within the next ninety days. Therefore we offer the following sensational bargains which no doubt will do the work: |£ (£ Bargain No i—Mens' outfit complete, consisting of one snit under- wear, one top shirt, one pair socks, one pair suspenders, one neck tie, one hankerchief, one hat, one pair shoes, one suit of clothes (coat, vest and pants) an overcoat or a mackintosh, all for.. ■ $10.00 Bargain No. 2.—115 youth's suits, worth $7.00, go at 2.50 Bargain No. 3.—95 children's suit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 September 1900

Make One Trip of It. Every Text Book used in the schools of this county will be found here and can be supplied with the least bother at the shortest notice. We are fitted up and equipped to sell text books as they should be sold. Every School Need can be supplied at our store. In addition to being the accredited agents for the sale of the State text books and carrying in stock all books used by the normal and high schools of the county, our stcck of school supplies is the most complete and closest priced of any hereabouts. Buy school books and school supplies here because you get the most complete and best seryice. We are ready for you, at Hightower's I Loaded shells, all sizes and as- | torted loads at Lacy's. The cekbnited Centring wagon [ at K- B Ailord's. The b-ns :■!>• ex;-ec!irg fun | day night. (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Guns ot all kinds at Lacy's. Eat, drink and be merry at Sunny South Restaurant. Go to the speaking Friday night at the Court-house. Groceries at same old lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 September 1900

y A •*,; $ - « - i*V . < ' YEAR} ook in ^'your mirror today, lake a last look at your gray hair. Itsure- ly may be the last if you want it so; you needn'tkeep your gray y 4 V ^ Iicir a week longer than you wish. There's no guesswork about this; it's sure every time. To re- store color to gray hair use— Ndjr visor AFte r using it for two or three weeks notice how much younger you ap- pear, ten years younger at least. , Ayer's Hair Vigor also cures dandruff, prevents falling of the hair, makes hair grow, and is a splen- did hair dressing. It cannot help but do these things, for it's a hair-food. When the hair is well fed, it cannot help but grow. It makes the scalp healthy and this cures the disease that causes dandruff. $1.00 a bottle. All druggists. " My hair -wns coming out badiy, but Ayer's Hair Vi^-or stopped tho falling and has made iny hair very thick and ranch darker than before. I think there is nothing !*e it for the hair." Con\ M.Lka, April 25,1899. iitow, I. T. Write th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 September 1900

IM THE BY R. T. M1LNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEHBER 27, 1900. NUMBER 38. wwwvwmwvwwwwwwmttwuwmwmmwvmmu Hardware Headquarters. E. J. Teller. My stock of heavy and shelf hardware and machinery supplies is large and complete and you can find anything you want in Plow, Garden or Mechanics Tools, Wag- on materials, Gin and General Machinery Supplies, Belting, Etc., Lubricating Oils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes. I carry the famous brands, Sherwin-Williams and Mastic ready-mixed paints, and can supply with any amount of any color. These paints go fur- ther and give better satisfaction than any other mixed paint on the market. General Work Department. All kinds of repair work in wood and iron by skilled workmen and at lowest prices. "Wagons and buggies repaired, picture framing in latest styles, window and door screens fitted. TINNING AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT. Roofing and valley tin, conductor an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 September 1900

•ggggjpBi&wai - ' ££« Cheap! Cheap! Cheap! No matter how cheap other stores may sell you, bear in mind the New York Bargain Store guarantees to sell you cheaper. We know no limit in price cutting. Our immense bankrupt stock, bought for 33 1=30 on the dollar, is the weapon with which we shall overthrow all com- petition. Merchants realize this more so than the public, hence they are panic-stricken. Be it so. We have come to benefit the people, not g the merchants. That's the object of the great sheriff sale. That's why we enjoy such large patronage. People will go where they do best. Is it a wonder when you read such bargains as these: :::::: Bargain No. i Mens complete outfit, consisting of one suit under-; gargain 7—pair men's pants, worth $1.75, go at 75c shlrit- °"e Pair socks- one Pair suspenders, one suit of Bargain No. 8_2I2 pair men's shoes, worth $1.50, go at $1.00 B . °a ' v anc^ pants,Jan overcoat or mackintosh, all for $10( jjarga}a j^o. g—135 pair ladies shoes, worth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 September 1900

r inimif* r Make One Trip of It Every Text Book used in the schools of this county will be found here and can be supplied with the least bother at the shortest notice. We are fitted up and equipped to selltext books as they should be sold. Every School Need can be supplied at our store. In addition to being the accredited agents for the sale of the State text books and carrying in stock all books used by the normal and high schools of the county, our stock of school supplies is the most complete and closest priced of any hereabouts. Buy school books and school supplies here because you get the most complete and best seryice. We are ready for you, at Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. Guns of all kinds at Lacy's. Mr. Geo. Rogers is on the sick list this week. Mr. Lawton Griffin is back from the Indian Territory. Jule Hendrick at the court house, Saturday night, Oct. 6. Mr. M. B Currie spent last Monday in the city. In this judicial fight let every man keep his shirt intact. Lee Wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 September 1900

' ir We know of nothing better than coughing to tear the lin- ing of your throat and ilungs. Itis I better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and gneumonia. 'nly keep it up and you will succecd in reducing your weight,/ losing your appetite, bringing on a slow fever, and making every- thing exactly right for the germs of consumption. Better kill your cough before it kills you. kills coughs of every kind. A 25 cent bottle is just right for an ordi- nary cough; for the harder coughs of bron- chitis you will need a 50 cent bottle; and for the coughs of consumption the one dollar size is most economical. " My cough reduced me to a mere skeleton. I tried many remedies, but theyall failed. After using the CherryTectoral I immediately be- gan to improve, and three bottles restored me to health. I believe I owe my life to it." Sarah F. MOBOAN, Oct. 7,1808. Browntown, Va. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday, September 27, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. A WOMAN'S MEASURE UF A TRUE GEN- TL...

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

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. MILNER. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." 51.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1900. NUMBER 41. tr If- Double Store On the Corner Invite your inspection of the magnificent stock of fall and winter merchandise we have succeeded in landing for our patrons. The pick of the country's production, the greatest gathering of the strictly p first=class and desirable merchandise are here for your choosing. It is worth your while to look at our assortment. In connection with a most complete stock of the very highest quality and reputable makes of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods, Cottop Goods, and general line of DRY G00DS, we to=day invite your atten- tion to our house furnishing specialties, which on account of exten= sive variety and low price have made ours the recognized head= quarters for anything in White. , enamel. ONLINE, Buck's Stoves and Ranges. Guaranteed for Fifteen Years. If you waiit your k...

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

WEEKLY TIMES "Henderson, Texas. w Thursday, October 18, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District R C DeGraffenreid For District Judge W J Graham for District Attorney Claude Pollard For Representative S J Hendrick For Floater L W Allied 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 The Houston Post is one of the yery best democratic papers in the entire country. Its bold stand for the people against imperialism, a large standing army and the plu- tocratic notions of the republican party entitle it to the lasting grati- tude of the plain people. It is rapidly forging to the front as the greatest journal at the South. Remember that Mr. Carter has never been nominated by any sort of convention, primary or any oth- er organization. If he is not an independent candid...

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

* What's the Use Of having a good doctor to write the prescription if the druggist doesn't fill it properly? Its just as important to have a good druggist as it is to have a good doctor, and therefore, people should be equally discriminating in their selection of a druggist as a doctor. A Man Who Knows pure drugs from the other kind is in charge of our prescription de- partment, consequently, prescrip- tions filled by us contain only the purest drugs obtainable. This together with our care and accura- cy. makes every bottle of medicine that goes out of our store absolute- ly reliable. It contains just what the doctor orders in its purest form, and in just the right proportions When Filled at Hightower's (Of Course.) LOCAL NEWS. The best Kentucky whiskies Shadden's at Dr. Jones, of Tyler, is in the city. Take a chance at our premiums. Rev. John VanLear is attending Synod in San Antonio. Guns, rifles and all sorts of am- munition at Lacy's. Stroud Kelley has returned from a visit to C...

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

* / >: far* - The Whole Truth! There's nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. There's nothing so good for a cough as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tie 25 cent size is just right for an ordinary, everyday cold. The 50 cent size is better (or the cough of bronchitis, croup, grip, and hoarseness. The dollar size it the best for chronic coughs, u in consumption, chronic bron- chitis, asthma, etc. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday, October 18, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. COERCION TRIED IN IOWA. Eftort to Bulldoze Employes tor McKinley Is Promptly Called. Des Moines, Iowa, October 10.— An attempt to repeat the tactics t f 1896, when men were intimidated into voting for McKinley and Ho- bart, has been promptly called in Des Moines. Some days ago J. G. Olmsted, managing partner of the firm of Bentley & Olmsted, wholesale boot and shoe dealers, practically requested his traveling men and other employes to vote for McKinley. The statement was afterward circulated that he had threa...

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