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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 June 1896

\,V- " . V r .A FOR MALARIA and all summer complaints, take Lowry's Signal Tonic MOTTO: HONEY Keep yoii.c head cool and your paper hot. 52 Doses, One Dollar This marvelous remedy is introduced into the system without spoon or hypodermic, the op tic nerve actiug as a siphon to distribute the healing balm to all parts of the body. Antlpsorlc, Antipyretic and Antiseptic. Directions: A dose every Friday. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday June 12, 1896, NO. 48 PROM CALIFORNIA. An Interesting: Letter From the Land of Perpetual Spring. Wepport, Cal., May 30th, '96. Editor Signal: Thinking some of your readers might like to know something of the impressions made upon a ten- derfoot by the climate and topog- raphy of this part of the great state of California, as you may or may not know this part of state is far from the track of"the tourist and consequently little or nothing has appeared in the pub- lie prints concerning it. West- port, Mendocino County is located 180 miles north of San Fr...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 June 1896

A A own ootoooo oioioioiotoio renin n ren'nrn Qoooooon rjm;nin renin renin and every body is growling. Summer weather appears to be here a schedule time, and you should prepare to make yourself comfortable, sary articles to fix you up. little in advance of We have the neces- We are Continually Getting in New Things, j® for summer wear and they get cheaper, as the season advances. Remember we carry the '$& largest and most complete stock of Dry Goods and General Furnishings, Millinery, and m Groceries to be found in the town. And if you want to know what low prices are, get after |S us with the Cash. We are after your business, and must have it, if kind treatment and $ honest values count for anything. We are offering some special bargains in Millinery. Our H Millinery Department is a beauty in itself. We have a pretty line of Summer Dress Goods, gg consisting of Lawns, Dimities, Swisses in plain and dotted, Organdies, Grass Cloths, and lots m of other things too numerous to ment...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 June 1896

+ * GENUINE DURHAM MARK) ^ ■mm W.T.BIACKWriL & CO., .(Su'ctwjors'.to W. r.BLA(:KWCU.) ' .Viirhirin'N, c. This is the very best Smoking Tobacco Blackwell's Genuine BULL DURHAM You will find one coupon inside each 2 ounce bag and two coupons inside each 4 ounce 1 Buy a bag, read the coupon and see how to get your share of $250,000 in presents. IIONEY GROVE HIGH SCHOOL. il RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p m 8 ANT A FE. Leaves 9;25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:10 pm Arrives 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. Childrens' day will be observed next Sabbath at the C. P. Church. The exercises will begin at 10:30 o'clock a. m. A collection will be taken for general Sabbath school work. The party who holds the ticket No. 12:47 will please bring it in and get the $5 at J. L. Ware's. A gentleman whose name I failed to learn, ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 June 1896

IT'S MIGHTY COMFORTIN. Oh, it's mighty comfortin when your hair 13 gittiu thin * And the wrinkles in your face have come to stay Just to feel lisr little hand smoothin out each silver strand, While you meet her lovin look and hear her say : "John, my dear, it seeips as though every day you live you grow' Handsomer than in the olden days." And you smile back at your wife while you think in all your life You never heard a sweeter word of praise. fhen, somehow, the teardrops rise to you? dim, old fadin eyes, While you kiss the tender hand still white and small, And you try to tell her how you loved her then—you lovo her now, But, bless mo, if the words will come at all! For just then it comes to you to think of trials she's gone thro' And borne without a murmur for your sake. You can only bow your head at the lovin thiijg3 she's said, And your poor old heart can only ache and ache. But she knows what ails you then, and sho kisses you again, While you hear her gently whisper, sweet and ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 June 1896

MOTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Fricay June 19, 1896, NO. 15 FOR MALARIA and all summer complaints, taka Lowry's Signal Tonic 82 Doses, One Dollar. This marvelous remedy is introduced into the system without spoon or hypodermic, the op- tic nerve acting as a siphon to distribute the healing balm to all parts of tke body. Antlpsorlc, Antipyretic and Antiseptic. Directions: A dose every Friday. SILVER'S APOSTLE. Life Story of Richard Parks Bland. A FREE COINAGE'CHAMPION, Looming Up as a Presidential Possibility. The Stanch Mlssourlan's Long Fight Fo* Free Coinage—Sketch of His Career—An Orphan at Thirteen—His Experiences In the Far West—Kow Ho Met His Wife. Pushed Into Politics—His Eleven Terms In Congress—Home Life on the Farm, Personal Characteristics. ''The time has como," the walrus said, 'To talk of many things." —"Alice In Wonderland." And now it is time to talk of Bland of Missouri—Dick Bland, as lie is fondly terme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 June 1896

The Progressive 4 House. ^ The i Up-to-date / House. ^ JUL8JL8JUUUUULOJUL!LOJLOJUlJl.OJULO..OJULajlJUlJLSUU | J ^ KtirH Greatest Slaughter Of Summer Goods EVER MADE IN HONEY GROVE. Including all Summer Clothing, Low Shoes, Or- gandies, Batistes, Mulls, Lawns, Dimities and Calicos, Belts, Umbrellas, Laces and Millinery. We are receiving daily Invoices of Summer Dress Goods, closed out at sacrificing prices.. If you have any goods to buy, now is the time to buy them cheap. We are making some special low prices on all the fine Oxfords;we have in stock, Dittmans, E. P. Reed & Go's and other celebrated makes. We want your business, and you do yourself an injustice by no: calling on us, and getting prices and examining goods. Note our most liberal Cash offer. TnmnnmnrryYrtfTnnrTnnrYTnnmmnnnnnnnnnnr^^ We give a Ticket like this with every dollars's worth of Goods vou buy fo^mJ^\yiien you return Seventy-five Tickets, we give you ither Ladies' or Gent's size Watch, FREE. • *dwi noo<* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 June 1896

i STAND n You will find one coupon Inside each two ounce bag and two coupons inside each four ounce bagofBlackwell's Durham. Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and read the coupon—which gives a list of valuable presents and how to get them NG NOTH BUTTHE genuine Boy Killed at Pccan Gap. Albert Dismukes, a 15-year old boy was accidently shot and killed at Pecan Gap last Saturday. Young Dismukes and another boy were practicing with a target gun, and while loading the gun, it was ac- cidentally discharged,the ball tak- ing effect in Dismuke's temple. He lived onlya few hours. Mr. Harvey Joiner of this city was in Pecan Gap and was an eye-witness to the hor- rible affair. Uncle Jack Erwin has the F. H. Huffman farm southeast border of town. bought on the If yon have cash .to spend J. L. Ware's. go to RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbouud Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westboun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 19 June 1896

A BLACK BUTTERFLY. r The devotion of her look was af- fording amusement to the chaperons and elderly officers, who, by reason of physical infirmities, were con- vinced that dancing is a hollow van- ity, and therefore abstained from it, but not from comments upon people and frocks, which have been defi- nitely proved not to be vanities and are indulged in by the most potent, grave and reverend seigniors and have their sanction. She was dancing with Taunton, waltzing tho long stepped, fast glid- ing waltz wliioh the cavalry is apt to affect, and which has in it the dash and verve commonly supposed to be attributes of that gallant ranch of the service. It was a case of true love and had not run smooth. Miss Rossini was torn between a desire to obey her parents and the wish to give way to Taunton's entreaties. The outcome of tho conflict has been written be- forehand in the book of life these thousands of centuries. A weakness of will—sweetly feminine, but try- ing when it is not onesel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 June 1896

r. MOTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. A BIG SUNDAY SCHOOL The Monster Convention Soon to Be Held In Boston. DELEGATES FEOM ALL AMEEIOA. They Will Represent 140,000 Schools and 10,000,000 Scholars and Teachers—Plans For Enlarged and Improved Sunday School Work—The Lesson Schedule. Representatives of the 140,000 Sab- bath schools of North America will gather at. Boston on June 23 to attend the eighth international Sunday school convention. There will be 2,000 regu- larly appointed delegates present, but they*will be accompanied by so many friends and others interested in the work that the Hub will find itself called upon to entertain fully 10,000 persons. Theso delegates represent Sunt schools scattered all over the United States and the British provinces, with an aggregate membership of 10,000,000 scholars and teachers. Big round num- bers these are. But that is what these delegates talk about. You would learn, should you attend the convention, that the figures given are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 June 1896

A \ A oooooooo dono oodooot raranio 0,;0 O $ The Progressive i House. JLOJLSULSUUULOJLSUUlJlAJLfcJULO.JULSUL^^ <UUUUUUUL5UUIA^ 8JUU JLOJUUWJIJUI^ it k I. The k Up-to-date ! House. m <sy «s Greatest Slaughter Of Summer Goods EVER MADE IN HONEY GROVE. « Including all Summer Clothing, Low Shoes, Or- gandies, Batistes, Mulls, Lawns, Dimities and Calicos, Belts, Umbrellas, Laces and Millinery. We are receiving daily Invoices of Summer Dress Goods, closed out at sacrificing prices, p If you have any goods to buy, now is the time to buy them cheap. We are making some -.4 special low prices on all the fine Oxfords;we have in stock, Dittmans, E. P. Reed & Go's and | <m other celebrated makes. We want your business, and you do yourself an injustice by not 3 go calling on us, and getting prices and examining goods. Note our most liberal Cash offer. m TinnnrtttririnrBTnrinrfTnrinriririfrtnrm'irKTririnnnrir^^ We give a Ticket like this with every dollars's worth of Goods you buy <...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 June 1896

$250,000 T@ Be liven GENUINE DURHAM wlfcHwKr;':. Away this year in valuable articles to smokers of Blackwell's Genuine Durham Tobacco The Best SmokingTobaccoMade You will find one coupon in- side each 2-ounce bag, and two coupons inside each 4-ounce bag. Buy a bag, read the coupon and see how to get your share. L RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Kastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 82, Eastboand Kxpress leaves 2:41pm No. 31, Westbound Kxpress leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p ca SANTA FK. Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves. 4:10 pm Arrives 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. The Baptist ladies will give aj lawn festival in Mr. J. Q. Thomp- son's yard to-night. Go out and spend a pleasant evening. Nettleton's fine shoes, in black, tans and patent leather, all styles of lasts at Williamson, Blocker & Go's. Prof. T. W. Perfect and have been elected to teach public school at Pecan Gap will move to that place in near future. wife the and the will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 26 June 1896

AFTER MANY YEARS. Throw wide the window I Let us stand And listen to the Christinas chimes. Which rain glad music o'er the land, As in the old dear bygone times, While life was young and hope was new, And we two dreamt sweet dreams together, And thought that summer breezes blew, Although 'twas wintry weather. The path that winds across the moor Is white with crisp and glistening snow— Tho path that led mo to your door One golden Yulotide long ago, When, by the glossy holly tree, Where knots of coral berries shone, With many a softly uttered pica I won you for my own. Now, time, which shows but little care For maiden charm or manly grace, Has left its silver on your hair, Its telltale furrows on my face; And down the pleasant moorland way, Amidst the joy bells' merry din, Our laughing children trooped today To bring the Yule log in. Sweet wife, uplift your eyes to mine And tell mo—are you happy still? My heart has aye been true to thine Through all life's mingled good and ill. And in...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 July 1896

MOTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. WEYLEB THE EDITOR. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 6. -Honey Grove, Texas, Friday July 3, 1896. How the Spanish Commander ill aim fnctnres War Hews. "I have here a dispatch which you filed this evening," said Gen Weyler to the New York corres- pondent whom he had called to the^ Captain-General's palace "I wish to give American news- papermen perfect freedom in doing their work," he continued, smil- ing affably, "but it is necessary that I should look over their dis- spatchee in order to save them from errors into which anybody not entirely familiar with the ge ography and the political condition of Cuba is likely to fall. Take for example, this dispatch of yours. It is very well written in- deed, but it contains small inac curacies and is not as strong as it would be if put into fewer words. I once was an editor myself, you know—ran a monthly newspaper in a growing town in Spain—and have a pretty fair knowledge of this sort of work. I am sure ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 July 1896

ffl ><0nooOD*nOo« k AAA 0bTffi0ooou m) *d "mPT5TO®Wrow oo DO noo oo ©onJnp The Progressive i House. i Up-to-date House. JLgJUUULgJLSLgJUULSLgJlJU.SUUUUUJLQJLPJ^^ ; Greatest Slaughter Ot Summer Goods / EVER MADE IN HONEY GROVE. Including all Summer Clothing, Low Shoes, Or- gandies, Batistes, Mulls, Lawns, Dimities and Calicos, Belts, Umbrellas, Laces and Millinery. We are receiving daily Invoices of Summer Dress Goods, closed out at sacrificing prices. If you have any goods to buy, now is the time to buy them cheap. We are making some special low prices on all the fine Oxfords;we have in stock, Dittmans, E. P. Reed & Go's and other celebrated makes. We want your business, and you do yourself an injustice by not calling on us, and getting prices and examining goods. Note our most liberal Cash offer. YTnnnnrmnnnnrinrrffimrffffTnnnnnnnnnnnnmrrTrrarinr^^ We give a Ticket like this with every dollars's worth of Goods you buy for cash. When you return Seventy-five Tickets, we giv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 3 July 1896

v> * 3 JiEAR ROXTON. The highest claim for other tobaccos is "Just good as Durham Every old smok knows there is none as good as Mackwell's BULL DUR You will find one coupon inside each two ounce bag, and two cou- pons inside each four ounce bag of Blackwcll's Durham. Buy a bag of this cele- brated tobacco and read the coupon—which gives a list of valuable preseuts and how to get them. II [E-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 81, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p m SANTA FK. Leaves i?.:« m Arrives Leaves Arrives 5-u0 p LOCAL NOTES. To-morrow being "Independ- ence Day," the banks and post office will be closed. Ladies black silk mitts at half value at J. L. Ware's. Some lady or gentleman left a black silk umbreila at the resi- dence of Mr. J. J. Rhodes. Own- er will please call and get same. See Miss Addie Ramsey, at Williamson,Blocker & Co's,for fine...

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

PRECIPICE, SEA, SKY. [Inscription on a mountain at the farthest accessible point. ] "Terror dwells here, unneighbor'd and alone!" Thus on the swart rock's face. With lifted arm by upward currents blown, My signature I trace. Terror dwells here, and from this barrier's height This giant shadowy form Peers through tlio clear and golden evening light, More sinister in sunshine than in storm, And shouts to earth and heaven, to sea and shore, "No further, and no morel" —George Douglas in Academy. RIDING FOR A FALL. It was a perfeot day for wheeling. Even the slightest breeze that took the ourl out of their hangs as they sat on the piazza of the O'Shun House seemed to invite Florence and her chaperoning aunt to go for a spin. But that good fellowship nec- essary to an enjoyable trip did not exist beoause Florenoe had a well founded suspicion that her dear aunt had that morning intercepted a let- ter from Fred Lumsden, and the aunt was feeling that her wholly unprejudiced lecture on the ev...

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

irvnirwiifiw MCTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday July 10, 1896, NO. 17 FOR MALARIA and all summer complaints, take Lowry's Signal Tonic 52 Doses, One Dollar. This marvelous remedy is introduced into the system without spoon or hypodermic, the op- tic nerve acting as a siphon to distribute the healing balm to all parts of the body. Antipsoric, Antipyretic and Antiseptic. Directions: A dose every Friday. NATURAL ICE FACTORY. The Bristol Times !H n NnynTlmt He Saw It. It is not generally known that there is a natural ice factory in the world—one that goes right on with its work through summer's heat as well as winter's cold—yet such a phenomenon is presented in Scott Co., Tenn., says the Bristol Times. The existence of the phenomenon has been questioned by scientific jjaen, who regard such a thing as contrary to the well regulated laws of nature. The writer doubt- ed the glowing stories he heard of it till he went there ...

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

Utter k \ The $ Up-to-date House. f The Progressive 4 House. AJUUUlOJUUUUiaJUUUUlSUUl5UUl.SUl^^ OJUUUUUUUUISIJUUISISUUIOJUI^ g Greatest Slaughter Of Summer Goods EVER MADE IN HONEY GROVE. Including all Summer Clothing, Low Shoes, Or- gandies, Batistes, Mulls, Lawns, Dimities and Calicos, Belts, Umbrellas, Laces and Millinery. We are receiving daily Invoices of Summer Dress Goods, closed out at sacrificing prices. If you have any goods to buy, now is the time to buy them cheap. We are making some special low prices on all the fine Oxfords;we have in stock, Dittmans, E. P. Reed & Go's and other celebrated makes. We want your business, and you do yourself an injustice by not 5 calling on us, and getting prices and examining goods. Note our most liberal Cash offer. We give a Ticket like-this with every dollars's worth of Goods you buy for cash. When you return Seventy-five Tickets, we give you the choice of either Ladies' or Gent's size Watch, FREE. ' Should you care to have one bef...

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

i TWO PATRONS. "What ahull I sing?" I sighed and said— "That men shall know me when my name Is lost with kindred lipa and dead Are laurels of familiar fame?" Below a violet in the dew Breathed through the dark its vagde per- fume. Above a star in quiot hlue Touched with a gracious ray the gloom. •'Sing, friend, of me," the violet sighed, "That I mayhauntyour grave with love.' •'Sing, friend, of me," the star replied, "That I may light tho dark above." —John James Piatt in New York Tribune. THE BRICK OFFICE. In the old and remote village of Eddex stood a small brick building. Formerly it had been the law office of Judge Branham, remembered as a man of great learning and ability, And during the years that followed his death an old justice of the peaoe was wont to say, "Who will have tho audacity to hang a lawyer's sign in front of tho judge's tomple of wisdom?" This remark was repeat- ed until every man in the village olaimed it—the green grocer and the cobbler. Finally it was agreed ...

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

The highest claim for other tobaccos is "Just a; good as Durham." Every old smoker knows there is none just as good as Blackweil's BULL DURHAM SnoUiglalKicM You will find one coupon inside each two ounce bag, and two cou- pons inside each four ounce bag of Blackweil's Durham. Buy a bag of this cele- brated tobacco and read the coupon—which gives a list of valuable presents and how to get them. mggmm RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p tn HA.NTA FE. L oaves ,?*« am Arrives ft m Leaves |:Wpm Arrives 5 d0 P m LOCAL NOTES. At the conclusion of Sunday morning's service Rev. J. H. lay- lor tendered his resignation as pas- tor of the Baptist church to take effect October 1st. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bedford have been entertaining a new daughter since Sunday. Come and see our new ladies shirt waists from 50 cents up. VV...

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