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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 January 1896

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday January 3, (896, NO. 27 WANTS, FOR SALE, RENT ETC. PLYMOUTH ROCK CHICKENS—I have for sale cheap about a dozeu Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels, of eood stock and suited for breeding purposes. J S. KENDALL. FOR SALE—Horse and Buggy; cneap. Ap- ply to J. C. McKinuey, At Texas & Pacific Depot FOR RENT—'I hree nicely furnished rooms; desirable location Apply to J no. K. Boone. COAL—N. F. Miller has on hand first-class Colorado and Mc A lister Coal, which he will deliver at the lowest market price. EhST OATS~X Stock large and well-selected At J. B. McKee & Cos. i, 'ARM r.RS—MAKE TIES—We pay 24 cents F per tie delivered at Honey Giove on G. C, & S F side truck. Inspection and cash pay once per month Kelly & Everest, Paris, Tex. LOST AND FOUND. LOST— Between Honey Grove and three miles north 01' Petty oue bill book, con- taining notes drawn up in the name of Collins & Armst'ong, Kort Worth. Texas. Finder please leave ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 January 1896

ioitft) (firouc Sia.no.I. SIGNAL PUB. CO., PEOP^S.., MONEY GROVE, - - - TEXAS. TEXAS PENCIL1NOS. Carefully Culled Events and Hapt iiingl in the State. At. Fort Worth the other morning- K. R. Darrtih and Lloyd Moore, the 14 year-old son of Judge N. B. Moore, went hunting-. On starting-, Mrs. Moore ?aid: "My dear boy, be careful now, and don't get hurt. Be careful with your gun." "All right, mamma, my love." Mr. Darrah and Lloyd then drove off. Two hours later the former with tear-stained face brought Lloyd's dead body back to the city. Mr. Dar- rah says: "We had reached a point three miles north of the city and were slowly driving along. I was seated on the right and Lloyd on my left in the dogcart. My gun was between us and Lloyd's was to his left on the outside of the buckboards. Suddenly his gun slipped off the vehicle, and as there was no side to it, it fell. The hammer struck the step on the side, discharg- ing it. The full charge entered his head on the left side just above the...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 January 1896

A HORRIBLE AFFAIR. MAN AND WOMAN CREMATED IN HER HOME. The Work of a Furious Kentucky Mob, Avenging the Death of the Woman's Husband—A Iattle Girl is Spared to Tell the Terrible Story. spec- Satur- burned riddled t Louisville, Ky., Deo. 30.—A cial from Lebannon, Ky., says: Within two miles of this city day night a relentless mob to death a delicate woman and with bullets hev gray-haired friend. The blackened and disfigured corpses of the victims, Mrs. Thomas West and William Deveres, were found in the ruins of the woman's home yesterday by the 14-year-old daughter of the murdered man. The tragedy was one of the most brutal ever enacted under the grue- some sway of dread Judge Lynch. Despite the pleadings for her father's life of a half-clad, frightened child and the prayers and tears of the ill and helpless woman, the mob went through with its work with cold-blooded cruel deliberation, and only left when cer- tain that both man and woman a ere dead. The affair was the outgrowth of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 January 1896

bum grove Mm. &1u1nal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J H. Lowry, - Editor. -ulered at Honey Grove Postofflce as second- Cl mail mattei. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: O '.o Vear SI 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBJISKED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. It is given out from sources said to be official that Russia and I ranee have actually promised support to the United States in Venezuelan trouble and that Rus- sia has offered to make the United Siates a heavy loan. With the assistance of these powers Uncle ,,Sam is easily a match for the World. Another war would break this .country financially until Uncle Sam couldn't head a bread wagon. The army of pensioners would be increased several fold and the ti«,asury would become an habita- tion of owls and bats. We are op- posed to war unless it be settled in the beginning that no pensions shall ever be paid the soldiers. It k just as natural for Joe Bai- ley to introduce good bills as for the waters to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 January 1896

t SIGNAL railway time-tables. texas and pacific. No. 34, Easfbountl Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbonn-1 Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. S3, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p tn santa fk. Leaves Arrives a m Leaves 4:10 pm A rri vos .. ^ local notes. Quite a number of young people nu't at the hospitable residence of Mr. E. M. Marschal! Monday evening an<t spent a tew hours in a delightful sociable. All went merry ms a, marriage bell and the guests will long remember the <>c- cassion on account ot its many pleasures. The finest, fattest fresh osyters in the city, served at Fritz Mes- serer's. Mr. T. M. Wortham and family are now residents ot Ladonia, Mr. Wortham having purchased an in- terest in the Ladonia Dry Goods Co , and entered upon his duties. There is no loss without gain, and our neighbor city is in this instance the beneficiary of our loss. Mr. Wortham is a wide a-wake, genial gentleman and we wish him un- bounded p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 January 1896

FOR BOYS AND GIELS. FIRESiDE READING FOR OUR LITTLE READERS. Expert Car-Jumpers—A Midnight Jour- • TtKj—God Will Not I lo ve a Rival—■ •'ack the Giant Killer—IIow to Know tlie Troth. ITTLE brown seed, O little brown brother, Are you awake in the dark? Here we lis cozily, close to each other, i Hark to the song of the lark! "Waken!" the lark says, "waken and dress you. Put on your green coats and gay Blue sky will smile on you—sunshine caress you— Waken! 'tis morning, 'tis May!" Little brown seed, O little brown 'brother, What kind of flower will you be? I'll be a poppy, all white like my mother; Do be a poppy like me! What? You're a sunflower—how I shall miss, you When you're grown golden and high— But I shall send all the bees up to kiss you, Little brown brother—good-by! Expert Car Jumpers. hrom the Indianapolis News: "I haven't much hair on my head," said Superintendent Mansfield, of the In- dianapolis and Vincennes, "but what little I have was up in the air like por- cupine quil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 January 1896

.7 ' 'i X %, 4 • /t. k /* Unprofitable Proxy Courting. An odd and amusing- lawsuit' comes up for trial soon in Minnesota between two farmers. One of- them, named Sidencranz, desired to . get married, but had no time to go a courting. Knowing that his friend Schmidt was tv wiley man and one versed in woman's ways, he hired him to do his love •aaking for him. Schmidt saw in the offer an opportunity of earning a good fee, and at the same time of getting rid of his sister-in-law. He, therefore, laid the matter before the young wo- man and pleaded the cause of the ab- scent and busy Sidencranz with .such eloquence that the girl consented to marry him. The prospective bride- groom took a half day off, was intro- duced to her, they "sized" each other up and were married. Schmidt vainly struck the happy groom for the $100 ho had been promised for doing the courting, and, as Sidenci'anz refused to pay, he has brought suit for the amourii. It seems that Schmidt asks too much. This is a sad ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 January 1896

INDIANS BRING SUIT Against White People Who Have Made Improvements i«i the Territory. Denison, Tex., Dec. 30.—Christ- -mas day Jeff Gardner, principal -chief of the Choctaw nation, was in Denison and retained the l«.w 4firm of Mosely & Smith, attorneys for thf Chickasaw government, to •protect the nation's interests in a series of suits to be instituted against non-citizens of the Territo- ry, who have made improvements •contrary to the nations' laws Col. A. G. Mosely left for Mus- cogee last week to examine records and take initial steps toward filing -papers. It is known that the Dawes com- -mission, in their report to Con- gress on the condition of affairs ex- isting in the nation, will use as a ;great argument in favor of allot- ment, to whir.h the Indians are opposed, the fact that the Choctaw nation is largely settled up by white men, who are non-citizens, and are generally assuming the au thority and depriving the Indian of his ground and rights. Two months ago the govern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 January 1896

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, F®ay January 10, 1896, NO. 28 # i WANTS, FOR SALE, RENT ETC. PLYMOUTH ROCK CHICKENS-I have for salts cheap about a dozeu Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels, of eood stock and suited for breeding purposes. J S. KENDALL. FOR SALE—Horse and Buggy; cneap. Ap- ply to J. C. McKinuey, At Texas & Pacific Depot. FOR RENT—'I hree nicely furnished rooms; desirable location Apply to J no. K. Boone. /^OAL-N. F. Miller has on hand first-class Colorado and Mc\li*ter Coal, which he will deliver at the lowest market price. SELD OATS A large and well-selected Stock A t J. B. McKee & Cos. FARMi-.RS—MAKE TIES—We pay 24 cents per tie delivered at Honey Giove on G. C, & S F side truck. Inspection aud cash pay once per month Kelly & Everest, Paris, Tex. AY---A few tons of good black-land hay for sale. Apply to Gib Siniih. FOR SALE—The S. A. Erwin residence in Honey Grove. Will exchange for farm. Gross & Gross, FOR SALE; MULES—One Span fine wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 January 1896

fjoncu $ro e Signal. SIGNAL PUB. CO., PROP'S., HONEY GROYE, - - TEXAS. A STATE BREVIARY. Interesting Items Oleaned and Arranged from th.e Daily Press. H. Clay Emmett, a young man wlio passed through Belton recently, re- ported a singular find made by him during a cattle hunting raid. The find was nothing more or less than a petri- fied pony, standing erect and complete in all its parts. Emmett says that he and his partner, B. C. Woodville, were riding across the prairie when their ponies neighed as if they were aware of the presence of another animal. Ixjoking around they discover id what they thought was a bronco tethered to a mesquite which crowned the summit of a little knoll. They found that the horse was fastened by a chain, but stood so rigidly still and seemed alto- gether so mysterious that their own horses reared and plunged as if in fright. Finally they dismounted and found that the pony was petrified, not a hair nor a hoof amiss. Emmett says that some ranchman years ago m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 January 1896

SPANIARDS SCARED. INSURGENTS GO WHERESOEVER AND WHENEVER THEY LIKE. t > It Seams that the Spanish Forces can not Check the Rebels in their March Toward Havana—A Stirring Debate in the Senate Over the Bond Issue. Havana, Jan. 4.—The authories confess the grave condition of affairs "by proclaiming- martial law for the provinces of Havana and Pinar del Rio. Maximo Gomez has declared his par- pose to penetrate into the province of Pina Del Rio. Although his forces have not yet reached the borders of that province the action of the author- ities is understood to indicate that they have no hopes of preventing him from carrying out his threat. It is not only the organized armed force of the ad- vancing insurgents that they lind them- selves compelled to prepare against. There is little apprehension that this force could effect much success in an assault upon this city, great as is the damage that they have wrought in the country. But the irresistible progress of the insurgent army withe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 January 1896

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- class mail mattej. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. UTAH A STATE. England and Germany are now talking war. Let the Teutonsand Britons go it; we don't want any finger in the war pie. Prospects are now bright for democracy. The republican con- gress is split all to pieces and it looks very much like thev ate go- ing to act the fool on as large a scale as did the recent democratic congress And now it is said that Edison, the electric wizzard, will blow the British navy into smithereens with bombs carried by balloons and au- tomatically exploded by electricity. Who knows but what the wonder- ful American inventor may yet de- stroy a British fleet and save the city of New York as Archimedes did the ancient city of Syracuse from the Roman galleys of Marcel- lus. May no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 January 1896

t HONEY GBOVE HAL. RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbormi Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p tn SANTA FK. Leaves 9;2S am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:10 pm Arrives 5:50 pm LOCAL NOTES. Messrs. J T. Holt, J M. and W. A. Williamson shipped ten cars of beef cattle to St. Louis Saturday The finest, fattest fresh osyters in the city, served at Fritz Mes- serer's. Mr. Jno. T. Thomson has ac- cepted a position with "The One." Splendid axle grease at J. B. Baruett's, fpur boxes for a quar- ter. Grandma Reed h is sick all the week. been quite We can fix you in any kind of a shoe or overshoe. At W. Under- wood's. Another drummer was victimiz- ed into "pulling the badger" this week and many of the boys have laughed until their sides are sore. In order to reduce mv stock of winter clothing, heavy boots and shoes, and all fall and winter goods I will quote pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 January 1896

mi ■■■ihhiih—rinmrr Tlie Irlrsfc Christians* An Armenian clergyman, now in this emrntry, resents the sending of mission- aries io his country as an impertinence. "We are the first Christian nation." he says; --"we accepted Christ when all others rejected him. Abgar, king of the Armenians at Etesia, the city of Abraham, heard of Christ, who was at "that time in Jerusalem, healing the sick. Abgar wrote a letter to Christ saying: 'You must be God s son or Cod himself, for what you are doing no man in this world can do. Pray come to my country; it is not a large •country, but it is large enough for you and me.' This letter is still in exis- tence. It is in Cairo, in the famous 'strong room' of the museum, and has been read by many English scholars. Another thing we claim is that God spoke Armenian with Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden, which was lo- cated in Armenia, and our history also shows ns that the Armenians were the ■only people who did not assist in the building of the tower ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 January 1896

j - J t All the world loves a lover, because the world likes to bo amused occasionally without buying a dollar ticket. A dentist and a politician both need a pull to get along in this world. State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County—ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Chenev & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State afore- said, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December, A. D. 18S6. A. W. GLBASON, (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- ly and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists; 75c. Hall's Family Pills, 25c. It doesn't prove a man to make children fear him—they fear snakes. We have not be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 10 January 1896

A STKAJTfiE AFFAIR. Sounds a Little Fishy but It Is Vouched for. Good material for a novel may be found in a talk which comet from Hope, Stelie county, this state. MicJg Ellen Norman, living near here, was engaged to be mar- ried to George Thompson, a pros- perous young farmer, but her par- ents were Rtrongl}' opposed to the snatch. In October, 1894, the girl was taken ill; October 24 she died, at least the doctors pronounced -her dead, a'ter subjecting her to Lumerous tests The funeral was set for October 25. The body was kept over night in the Norman 'iiouse. The only watcher was Mr. "Thompson, who declared that he •was not afraid of the disease, what- ever it was. It was due to his watching that the young woman is alive today. Thompson remove ! the lid of Ihe coffin in order to- gaze once •more upon the face of his fiance. He was startled to see the chest of the body in the casket rise and fall in a spasmodic way, as though the girl was gasping for breath. He wrapped the rigid fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 January 1896

HONEY GR E SIGNAL. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Fri^Mty January 17, 1896, NO. 29 t WANTS, FOR SALE, RENT ETC. FOR 8ALE-Hor e and Buggy; cfieap. Ap- ply to J. C. McKinuey, At Texas & Pacific Depot. SOAL-N. F. Miller has oil band first-class Colorado and Mc A lister Coal, which he 1 deliver at the lowest market price. SEED OATS Stock large and well-selected A t J. B. McKee & Cos. T^ARM.-RS—MAKE TIES—We pay 24 cents r per tie delivered at Honey Giove on G. C, & S F sirie trwck. Inspection and cash pay- once per month Kelly & Everest, Paris, Tex. HA?—A few tons of good black-land hay for sale. Apply to Gib Smith. FOR SAL.E—The S. A Erwin residence in Honey Grove. Will exchange for farm. Gross & Gross, FOR SALE; MULES—One Span fine work Mules, 15}£ hands high; well matched in size and color; 4 yeats old For sale on good terms. Williamson, Blocker & Co ANNOUNCEMENTS. All anuouncements under this head subject to to the action of the Democratic party." For Sheriff. T ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 January 1896

■ . — *the prodigal son; j and all privilege. Now we THE LATEST SERMON BY DR. TALMAGE. REV. Golden Text: "P"«- a King on llis Hand" _luk.iv:!! Behold Wlmt Manner of Love tlie Lord Has Cast Upon U That "We May Be Called Sons. us all honor can take the words of Charles Wesley, the prince of hymn-makers, and sing: Come, let us join our friends above. Who have obtained the prize And on che eagle wings o£ love To joy celestial rise. Let all the saints terrestial sing With those to glory gone; For all the servants of our King, In heaven and earth, are one. WILL, not rehearse the familiar story of the fast young man of the parable. You know what a splendid home he left. You know what a hard time he had. And you remember how af- ter that season of vagabondage and resolved to go his sorrows on prodigality he and weep out the bosom of parental forgiveness. Well, there is great excitement one day in front of the door of the old farm- house. The servants come rushing up and say: "What's the mat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 January 1896

♦ "■ \ Kroae tUe Tobacco Trust. St. Louis, Mo., (Special)—Col. Wm. A. KirehhofT, general western manager of the American Tobacco Co., has startled his numerous friends by stop- ping the use of tobacco. For years he had smoked twenty strong cigars daily, and a lees quantity would leave him nervous and ill. The habit was under- mining his health, and he tried to quit, but could not, until he took No-To- Bac, the medical miracle that has cured so many thousands of tobacco-users. Col. Kirchhoff's craving for tobacco has entirely gone, and he feels better than ever before. He is a great No-To-Bac enthusiast now. Over 300,000 bad to- bacco-users have been cured by No- To-Bac, and the loss to tobacco manu- facturers is easily over $10,000,000 a year. A Famous Picture. No picture at the World's fair in Chicago attracted more attention than Ilovenden's great picture "Breaking- Home Ties." Last yearHovenden lost his life in saving that of a child, and the unversity of Pennsylvania has hon- or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 January 1896

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. Ilou Blatherskite Bnlley. It is hardly worth while to discuss Bailey seriously— we mean Bailey of Texas. He is a ™'— blatherskite of the first order. He belongs to Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs that class of southern politicians who hold that Editor statesmanship resides in a long black frock coat, HER LS J. H. Lowry, Kutered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- class mail inattei. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SfJBSCRIPTIONt One Year Six Months Three Months... STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. .$1 00 GO 35 PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. It is said that the state of Texas this year, for the first time, ped a, load of corn to a h ad of fat cattle to Liverpool. The citizens of ing on building Paris are figur- a railroad from that city to Hook's Ferry, on Red River. Probably they have heard of Bonham's enterprise in build- ing(?) a road to Gober. The republican party in Texas, -though not by any means a giant back. The congressional conven- tions this year have all...

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