The dates on the papers cover the time period from 1883-1902 as given in the archives catalog entry. The handwriting runs the gamut from beautiful penmanship to "chicken scratch" as shown in the images below.
While Henry F Hill's reputation was recorded as good here(Fort Smith?) it was noted as bad in Ozark. This was repeated throughout the file. I haven't yet received the pension file but I will post an update when it's received and I've had time to look over it.
Case File of Henry F. Hill(Archive Catalog https://catalog.archives.gov/id/147050790); Case Files of Attorneys, Agents, Pensioners, and Others Relating to the Prosecution of Pension Claims and the Investigation of Fraudulent Practices, ca. 1862-1933;Veterans Administration. (7/21/1930 - 3/15/1989),(Most Recent) Department of the Interior. Bureau of Pensions. 1849-1930 (Predecessor) Veterans Administration. Bureau of Pensions. Law Division. (7/21/1930 - 7/1/1931) (Predecessor)Record Group 15 (RG 15); National Archives Building, Washington, DC (NAB).