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

THE HENDERSON TIMES. BY R. T. M1LNER. VOLUME, XLI. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." $1.00 PER ANNUM. 1 HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TE XAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1900. NUMBER 42.53 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 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 1 Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods, Cotton Goods, and general line of DRY GOODS, we to=day invite your atten= I tion to our house furnishing specialties, which on account of exten= sive variety and low price haye made ours the recognized head= quarters for anything in | Kb* I White , enamel •"tf&LINE. Buck's Stoves and Ranges. Guaranteed for Fifteen Years. If you...

Publication Title: Henderson Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 October 1900

// 44Necessity is the Mother of Invention* It 'was the necessity for an honestf reliable blooapurifier 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. If •wonderful record of cures has made M America's Greatest Medicine. Rosy Cheeks — "I have good health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hoofs Sarsaparilla. h builds me up and saves doctor Mis." Mary A. Burke, East Clair St., Indianapolis, Lid. FLORIDA'S NEXT GOVERNOR. Hcvrr Dizappomti Hood'l flfll 4Uj arer L Hit a.a-<TTtt fM and WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Thursday, October 25, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, 3rd District R C DeGraffenreid For District Judge W J Graham tor 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 ...

Publication Title: Henderson Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 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 bs 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 mtdicine 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. Job Printing in this office. Get ready for the election. Come right along and pay up. Take a chance at our premiums. $2.00 buys a solid oak bed at Lacy's. Haag's Show in Henderson Thursday Nov the first Oysters, fresh and fine, at Sunny South Restaurant. Lacy...

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

I V Hi IK^ft The father? Gone for the doctor. The mother? Alone with her suffer- ing child. Will the doc- tor never come ? When there ' is croup in the house you can't get the doc- tor quick enough. It's too dangerous to wait. Don't make such a mis- take again; it may cost a life. Always keep on hand a dollar bottle of ectora! It cures the croup at once. Then when any one in the family comes down with a hard cold or cough a few doses of the Pectoral will cut short the attack at once. A 25 cent bottle will cure a miserable cold; the 50c. size is better for a cold that has been hanging on. Keep the dollar size on hand. "About 25 years ago I came near —— with consumption, but was cured with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, since which time I have kept Ayer's medicines in the house and recom- mend them to all my friends." c. d. siathewson, Jail. 16,1899. Bristol, Vt. Write the Doctor. If you have any complaint whatever ana desire the best medical advice, write tho doctor freely. Address Dr. J. C...

Publication Title: Henderson Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 November 1900

THE TIMES. BY H- T. MILNER. VOLUME, XLI. •TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1900. $1.00 PER ANNUM* NUMBER 46. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON. Nashville American. The first installment ot the auto- biography of Booker T. Washing- ton, which appears in the current number of the Outlook, is of two- fold interest—first, it pictures truly the early life of this remarka- ble man, this statesman, for the designation belongs to him, and secondly, it furnishes to the North a glimpse of conditions in the old South by one whom the North re- gards very highly, and correctly so. The time has come, indeed, when all of us should look at the historical questions with entire calmness.. It is no longer a time for crimination and recrimination. The future lies before us, and here iaour destiny, not in the dead past. The energy of the men of the South should be turned to the work at hand, the work of the present and of the future. But as to Washing...

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

tf 44Actions of the Just Smell Sweet. The fragrance of life is vigor and strength, neither of which can be found in a per son whose blood is impure, snd whose every breath speaks of internal troubles. Hood' s Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalises and enriches the blood, gives a good appetite *nd makes the weak strong. Run Down —husband <wis run 4omm in health and all tired out. Those excellent medicines. Hoof s Pitts and Sarsa paritta, buttt him up again." Mrs. H. L. Tcwanda, Pa. Never Disappoints i wag e r Ht«c 111!; th noa-lrrltating and jaly cathartic U tak« with Hood'i fminrllU. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson, Texas. Tharsday, November 22, 1900. Second Class Mail Matter. The wagons have been as thick in Henderson this week as repub- lfcans were in the late campaign. Those who believe the demo- cratic party to be dead are rather short-sighted, to say the least. The reorganizes of the demo- cratic party are composed princi- pally of its former disorganizes. Since Roosevelt has been elected ...

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

V About Perfumes. We have our stock of perfumes embrace the best odors of the va- rious Perfumers. For instance, the violet extract made by a cer- tain firm surpass in our judgment that of any other make. The Rose odor made by the same firm is not quite so good. We use the A iolet but like the White Rose from another firm. The Very Best and Choicest. Thus our stock contains the very best and choicest to be had with- out the fancy prices. For reliable lasting ard varied list of the popular and delicate odors we can satisfy any demand,. It is very often the case that the purchaser does not know just what she wants. We can assist her. We urge her to test them all. In this way she gets just what she wants. In Bulk or Packages. At Hightower's (Of Course.) smaasnma LOCAL NEWS. Try Climax flour. Lacy's for furniture. Barb wire at Mays & Harris'. Good tonics at Chas. Stewart's. Take a chance at our premiums Sunny South Restaurant for fresh oysters. A full line of furniture at bottom pri...

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

adache Pain back of your eyes? Heavy pressure la your head? And are i 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 •re you troubled about sleeping? But there Is a cure. 'Tis<he old reliable They act 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. " MollMfe. AUlnnMs. . " I tak«n Ayer's Pills jtgy • 4 Uily for fix months. Tber h TI ; cured me of a severe headache, uul 1 can now walk from two to lou Biles without getting tired or M« of breath, something t h rt> n t bean able to do_farm njr yean." Jaly 13,1699. 8. E. WALWOBK, Salem, Mass. ion have any complaint whatever Retire the best medial advice TjQ jly reeeWe. write the dee tou will receive a prompt re- __ at cast. Address, D*. J. C. ATZB, Lowell, Km...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 November 1900

THE v<t. <> BY R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' VOLUME, XLI. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1900. $1.00 PER ANNUM. NUMBER 49. A STRONG OIL COMPANY. One Will be Organized to Develop the Nacogdoches Fields. Houston Post. It was stated in the Post yester- day that Judge W. W. Allen of San Francisco, who has been pros- pecting in South Texas for the past few days, had decided to en- gage in an undertaking that would prove an entering wedge into the true development of the section's resources. On account of all the details not then having been ar- ranged, Judge Allen's plans were not made public. He got to work early yesterday, however, and after putting in the day, attending to the details of the ariangement for his project, unfolded his plans to a representative of the Post last night. Judge Allen has acquired extensive interests in Texas and during the conversation with the Post's representative last night, he said that before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 November 1900

LIFE IS GROWING LONGER GREAT TELEPHONE COMBINE. WEEKLY TIMES Henderson. Texas. Tharsdav, November 22, 1900. Second Class Kail Matter. •HE KOBE POLL FOR THE COTTON MILL. A few persons in Henderson to- Cether with a considerable number In the country have decided to make one more pull for the success of the cotton mill. It seems ut. terly impossible to interest any- thing like a large number of our business men in this enterprise. They either are wedded to old idols, or else have not the time and energy to engage in other pursuits. But this fact should not discour- age patriotic and intelligent per- sons in a cause so laudable as a cotton mill—an enterprise that will •id in the development of some of the resources of this country and which will lead to other manufac- turing enterprises in the near fu- ture, thus enabling hundreds of willing hands to find constant and remunerative employment. Take Spartanburg county, South Caroli ■a, for an example. That county in area, character of so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 November 1900

Your Correspondence is tbe principle index of your character. You know how it is with yourself—the impression that a letter written on cheap paper and mailed in any old envelope makes, as compared with a smart note written on tinted linen paper and sent in a distinctive envelope. 9 Correct Stationery cost very little more than the cheap uncouth kind. We are showing some of the most unique designs and styles in box stationery that modern usage says are the correct thing. Make it a point to come in and look at our line of Stationery, even if you don't buy just now. It will give you an idea where to come when you are ready to purchase. Hightower's (Of Course.) WlHM.ll.Bil LOCAL NEWS. Try Climax flour. Lacy's for furniture. Barb wire at Mays & Harris'. Good tonics at Chas. Stewart's. Take a chance at our prem4ums Geo. C. Brush, of St. Louis, was in the city last week. Fruits and confectneries. Doyle Bros. Bill Shadden is selling the best brands of liquors. Heinz pickles in all style...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 November 1900

TREACHERY A persis- tent cough is at first a friend, for it gives warn- ing of the ap- proach of a deadly ene my. Heed the warning before it is too late, be- fore your lungs be- come in- flamed, be- f o r e the doctor says, "Consump- tion." when the danger signal first appears, help nature with M+ (oral Don't delay until your lungs are sore and your cold settled down deep in your chest. Kill the enemy before the deadly blow kills you. Cure your cough today. One dose brings relief. A few doses make the cure complete. TkfWib«: ikbru mttaarr aid; 1M lk« aoJ " I consider your Cherry Pectoral the beit remedy for oolda and cough* aad all throat affection*. I hare used It for SO yean aad It certainly beats them all." D. R. LcNiarr, Deo. 30,1888. Union, k. T. (to D—tof. If Ton here any complaint w! aad desire the beet medical adrteeyou can poutbly receive, write the doctor freely. Yon will receive a prompt re- ply, without coit. Address Da. J. c. ATEK, Lowell. Mail. < WEEKLY TIMES Hender...

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