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

- MOTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HO >NEY \%V6 „ v 0 GROVE SIC JNA] VOL. 6. /*>" jt Honey Grove, Texas, Friday July 17, 1896, L NO. 18 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. Antlp'sorlc, Antipyretic and Antiseptic. Directions: A dose every prlday. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. Brief Sketch of Democracy's Candi- date for the Presidency. William Jennings Bryan was born March 19, 1860, in Salem 111. He was taught under his mother's care until he was 10 years old, when he w^nt to the public school at Salem, which he attended for five years. At the age of 15 he went to the Whipple Academy in Jacksonville, 111., which is the prepraratory department of the Illi- nois College, located at the same place. He spent two years in the accademy and four years in t...

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 — 17 July 1896

Gotn noooDsnOOOa rmcmoxi raninininrHO mnmio !poo~ootdoo % The Progressive 3 House. iilir & n The j P Up-to-date | House. m m m Greatest Slaughter Of Summer EVER MADE IN HONEY GROVE. % Including all Summer Clothing, Low Shoes, Or- 1 gandies, Batistes, Mulls, Lawns, Dimities and | Calicos, Belts, Umbrellas, Laces and Millinery. §w 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. Heed & Go's and 3? other celebrated makes. We want your business, and you do yourself an injustice by 33ot jo calling on us, and getting prices and examining goods. Note our most liberal Cash offer. -tfrtnnnrTnrinnrinnrtrttrinnrirtiTinririnrinrtnririnri^^ & 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 e...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 July 1896

BLACKWELL'S wfcBB SEE? r GENUINE DURHAM gicarett sf V You will find one coupon Inside each twe ounce bag, and two coupons Inside each four ounc<s bag of Black- well's Durham. Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and read the coupon—which gives a li-t of valuable pres- ents and how to get them. SI RAILWAY TMME-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 cu santa fe. Leaves . 9'-25 am Arrives a m Leaves 4:10 P m Arrives 5:50 P m LOCAL NOTES. Prof. C. C. Gillespie is teaching a class in writing at Noble. Nobby things in straw and felt hats at William son, Blocker & Co's Rev. J. H. Taylor began a revi- val meeting with the church at Ladonia Wednesday, to continue several days. Come and see our new ladies shirt waists from 50 cents up. W. Underwood. Volney Bronaugh has purchased the C. L. Wood residence on Mar- ket and Ninth ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 July 1896

THE KING'S COURIERS When tho sun king, in his journeys, Leaves the myrtle and the vine And comes riding bravely northward Through tho land of snow and pine, O'er tho meadows and the forests, How the sunny heralds fly. Brightening the very shadows With their shining livery I Up the valley and the hillside And across the spreading plain, Swinging, swaying, nodding, playing, Comes the fair and smiling train. There are buttercups and daisies In the fields of early spring, And the cowslip bells of yellow All along tho marshes ring, Whilo tho marguerites in Junetime Mid the grasses shyly peep- Loyal littlo hearts of sunshine That the snowy petals keep, And the saucy black eyed Susan Flaunts her fluted yellow frill Down the river's rippling borders, Up the crowning of the hill. Then the goldenrod comes riding, Doughty guardsman, in the rear, When the king his step retraces In the waning of the year. How the plumes of yellow, floating, Mingle on the sunny breeze With the gold and crimson ma...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 August 1896

# \ MOTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL o VOL. 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday August, 7 1896, NO. 21 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 tlac body . Antlpsoric, Antipyretic and Antiseptic. Directions: A dose every Friday. Tlic Philosophic liiirro. He stood by the fence of a mountain ranch, A pitiful sad-eyed burro; There was't an edible leaf or branch, And the alkal' ground For miles around Had never a sign of furrow. "Ah, me!" he sighed, "I'm sad it's so, But life is an endless tussle; ■ They've let me go in the storm or s now, For they know I'm used to rustle.' , "I can go a day on a sardino can And two on a scrap of leather; I have lived a week on a Chinese fan. And it's even plain That I sometimes gain On only a change of weather. The laz...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 August 1896

mwM © r>"rm-^T!^Tf"!Tnir?v"nm7ff!WOTOrW'OowrtT^ '^^opon'on'onwODOoooooDO pets The i Progressive 4 * House. i o n The m ft |,| ^ Up-to-date u uu'/ House. ^ JULfiJliU JLOJLO..BJL8JLO..OJLSL^.SLOJL^ ^JUliUUliLOJliUiLOJUL^ OJU JULSULO.®<J^^ || 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. I 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 gf special low prices on all the fine Oxfords;we have in stock, Dittmans, E. P. Reed & Go's and gf 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 Gash offer. §6 : : ® We give a Ticket like this with every dollars's worth of Goods you buy for cash....

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

WtMW TFfifftn nw^ you **?. STAND n nothing BUTTHE genuine 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. PERSONAL. J. T. Boswell visited in Lamas- j co Sunday. RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and i'acific. So. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m So. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:44 pnii r . . No. si, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pin it to relatives in the Territory. N'o. 83, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p oj SANTA FF. Leaves 9:26 anx Arrive! a m I eRVes 4:10 pm Arrives.'.'.'..'. 6:50 pm Mrs. Ed Yoakum returned I Monday from a several days' vis- Mrs. B. B. Steele, of Grayson county, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boone. LOCAL NOTES. The grand jury convenes Mon- day; let all the boys take to the woods. We have from the cheapest to the best ladies waists. Call and see them. W. Und...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 7 August 1896

" . - VICTORY FSB HcKIHLEY. The reason why Major McKinley is the unanimous choice of the people is becausa they believe that his views on tariff, money and government are correct. The reason why Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure ii tba unanimous choice of the people is because it makes the weak stvcnq and vigorous 1 elder j. m. haughey. For a period of about ten years my wife and myself have observed the wonderful benefits received from the use of your Family Cure for all diseases of the stom- ach, liver, kidneys and the blood, and most cheerfully recommend it to all sufferers. Mason City, 111. A written guarantee to cure or money refunded with every dollar bottle. Prices, $1.00, 50c. and 25c. A written guarantee to cure cr money refunded with every box of Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles, which cures all diseases peculias to womeo, Price, f1. 00 per box. Sold by Marechall & Breckeen. THE ART OF PROPHECY. "I think it will rain," tho prophet saye. "I think it will rain, you know; I think it will ra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 August 1896

MOTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HC )NE Y GROVE SIG NAL. VOL. 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday August, 14 1896, NO. 22 FOR MALARIA and all summer complaints, take Lowhy'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 tke body . Antipsoric, Antipyretic and Antiseptic. Directions: A dose every Friday. THE CAUSE OF SUNBURN. An Knglith Scientist Soya That It la a Hat- ter of Color, Not Heat. Sunburn is not caused by tbe heat of the sun, as almost everybody thinks. This is what Dr. Bowles, an English scientist who has devoted 15 years to the study of this particu- lar subjoot, says. It is due to the violet or ultra violet rays -which form part of the sun's gift to tho earth, which much resemble the X rays in thoir power of penetrating the human tissues. Dr. Bowles gives it as his opinion that sunburn, snowburn,snow blind- ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 August 1896

Miisua s It's Dry! Its Hot! GO CO CX3 CO CO CO GO And Everybody Is Looking For A Cool Place! When you are out trading, if you want a low barometer on prices, a cool place to sit around and do your trading, just walk right into our house. We have the coolest house in town, the largest and best as- sorted stock, and last but not least, the closest prices. This is just what you are looking for. While others are crying hard times, poor prospects, and making trouble before they get to it, we are running along in the even tenor of our way, and doing as much business as we ever did. You have got to have groceries, and you are going to continue to wear clothing, and those are the things that we are going to have. While others are chewing the rag with you about-hot weather and poor crops, we are busy laying in the largest stock of dry goods and clothing, gents furnishings, fine dress goods, in fact a full and com- plete stock of everything kept in a first-class dry goods store. We want your ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 August 1896

# ft 0x010 You will find one coupon inside 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 of $250,000 in presents. OilTJ RAILWAY TIP^IE-TABLESa texas and pacific. SANTA FE. Leave J:2am Arrive a m Leaves P111 Arrives P m LOCAL NOTES. Mr. Bob Hammock who lived three miles south of Honey Grove died last Saturday of fever. For Rei\t—Two south-front furnished rooms one block Irom the square. Apply at A. N. Nor- wood's. Last Monday night the young folks enjoyed themselves at a party at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ed H. Love. Come and see our new ladies shirt waists from 50 cents up. W. Underwood.-- PERSONAL. E. F. White was shaking hands with friends here Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Underwood left nesday for a visit to friends son. in Wed- Deni- Mr. Calvin Trout will move in- to his residence corner 7th and Hickory streets about September 1st. The freshest and cheapest grocer- ies, at rock-bottom prices at Dow len & Ballin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 14 August 1896

BATTLE WON BY M INSURGENTS. General Gomfc/ ieads in psy3<v* and the Spanish. Eight hundred Span- ish killed and 1,000 wounded. Thp greai victory is attributed to the fact that th« Insurgents have discovered that Dr. Saw- yers Family Cure gives new life and strength and purifies the blood. MRS. S. A. HATHAWAY. Having been treated by the best physi- cians, I went to the hospital at the corner of Wood and York Streets, Chicago, and grew worse. I weighed 90 pounds and began to use the Pastilles and gained 45 lbs. I can scarcely express the facts by saying that Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles for diseases peculiar to women saved my life. Ju a/. Q. 185Schuyler Ave., Kankakee, 111. A written guarantee to cure or money re- funded with every box. Prrce $1.00 per box. Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure cures in- digestion, biliousness, kidney difficulty and purifies the blood. A written guaran- tee to cure or moaey refunded with every dollar bottle. Prices, $1.00, 50c. and 25c. Sold by Marec'hall & Breck...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 August 1896

v and all summer complaints, take Lowry's Signal Tonic FOR MALARIA MCTTO: Keep your head cool and your paper hot. HONEY SIGNAL. VOL, 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday August, 21 1896, NO. 23 LOANS. THE TURNIP CARVER MARTHY'S CONCLUSION. PASSED THE JOB ALONG. RETIRED BURGLAR. 52 Dosgs, 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. KITE FLYING Dangerous Methods of Issuing Valueless Checks by Men In Straits. "Are Pittsburg business men of- ten detected in the practice of kiting oliecks?" was the question asked of a number of leading bankers tho other day, in response to which some interesting information was obtainod. Tho allegations made in a rooont sensational trial about how the practice of obtaining money without paying interest could bo carriod to a sort of sciontifio perfec...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 August 1896

GO CO It's Dry! It's And Everybody Is Looking For Hot! A Cool Place! CO CO "co CO GO When you are out trading, if you want a low barometer on prices, a cool place to sit around and do your trading, just walk right into our house. We have the coolest house in town, the largest and best as- sorted stock, and last but not least, the closest prices. This is just what you are looking for. While others are crying hard times, poor prospects, and making trouble before they get to it, we are running along in the even tenor of our way, and doing as much business as we ever did. You have got to have groceries,"and you are going to continue to wear clothing, and those are the things that we are going to have. While others are chewing the rag with you about hot weather and poor crops, we are busy laying in the largest stock of dry, goods and clothing, gents furnishings, fine dress goods, in facf/'a full and com- plete stock of everything kept in a fet-class dryVjppds store. We want your business...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 August 1896

$250,000 Ts Be Givm Away this year in valuable articles to smokers of Blackwell's Genuine Durham Tobacco The Best SmokingTobacco Made 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, g il RAILWAY T[ME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 2:4-1 p m No. 81, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p tn ha'nta FF. Leaver Arrive Leaves Arrives 5 o0 P m LOCAL NOTES. Mr. S. A. Price has rented the W. H. Holmes residence and will move into it September 1st. Moved one door north, "The One." See new sign. The children's vacation is near- ing a close, as the Public and High Schools open Monday week. The freshest and cheapest grocer- ies, at rock-bottom prices at Dow len Ballinger's. PERSONAL,. Miss Annie Hayes Mrs. Charlie Wood. is visiting Considerable cotton is mark- eted every day, pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 21 August 1896

VICTORY TO RcKMLEY. The reason why Major McKinley is the unanimous choice of the people is because they believe that his views on tariff, money and government are correct. The reason why Dr, Sawyer's Family Cure it the unanimous choice of the people is bees use it makes tbe weak strong and vigorous 6o s ELDER J. M. HAUCHEY. For a periodof about ten years my wife and myself have observed the wonderful benefits received from the use of your Family Cure for all diseases of the stom- ach, liver, kidneys and the blood, and most cheerfully recommend it to all sufferers. Mason City, 111. A written guarantee to cure or money refunded with every dollar bottle. Prices, $1.00, 50c. and 25c. A written guarantee to cure or money refunded with every box of Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles, which cures all diseases peeulias to womeo Price, $1 HO per box. Sold by Marschall & Brecke?n. FROM "THE HYMN TO THE SEA." of Miaei- whoso coffered recesses the spoils eternity cumber, Spendthrift foaming thy soul wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 August 1896

4 I ■waMBBmam MOTTO: ♦ Keep your head cool and your paper hot. SIGNAL. VOL. 6. Honey Grove, Texlas, Friday August, 28 (896, NO. 24 FOR MALARIA and all summer complaints, take Lowry's Signal Tonic 52 Doses, One Dollar. This marvelous remedy is introduced iuto the system without spoon or hypodermic, the op- tic nerve actiug as a siphou to distribute the healing balm t o all parts of tkc body . Antipsoric, Antipyretic and Antiseptic. Directions: A dose every Friday. HOW SEEDS ARE SPREAD. The Passing Breezes Carry Mlnnte Plant Producers Long Distances. It is said that on a visit to the is- land of Krakatoa, four years after the outburst of the voloano that de- stroyed every living thing, a travel- er found 246 speoies of plants that had already found a home there. Essays have treated this fact as indicating the wonderful power of the wind in carrying seeds long dis- tances and of „the remarkable con- trivances in the nature of wings by whioh seeds are enabled to be trans- ported by wind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 August 1896

n'^T'iTriwrtTB-rir. CO GO It's Dry! It's And Everybody Is Looking For Hot! A Cool Place! CO CO "53 CO CO When you are out trading, if you want a low barometer on prices, a cool place to sit around and do your trading, just walk right into our house. We have the coolest house in town, the largest and best as- sorted stock, and last but not least, the closest prices. This is just what you are looking for. While others are crying hard times, poor prospects, and making trouble before they get to it, we are running along in the even tenor of our way, and doing as much business as we ever did. You have got to have groceries, and you are going to continue to wear clothing, and those are the things that we are going to have. While others are chewing the rag with you about hot weather and poor crops, we are busy laying in the largest stock of dry goods and clothing, gents furnishings, fine dress goods, in fact a full and com- plete stock of everything kept in a first-class dry goods store. W...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 August 1896

■MM EST with a big B. Blackwell's Genuine Bull Durham is in a class by itself. You will And one coupon inside each two ounce bag, and two cou- pons inside each four ounce bag of urham Smoksng Tobacco Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and read the coupon— which gives a listof valuable presents and howto get them il RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Express leaves 2:4-1 p m No. 31, i^^Bl Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33>4^^^^K! Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p m SANTA Leaver 9:25am Arrive,! a m Leaves 4:10 p xn Arrives 5:50 P m LOCAL NOTES. Yesterday was Honey Grove day before the grand jury and several of our citizens attended. Come and Bee our new ladies shirt waists from 50 cents up. W. Underwood. The grand jury adjourned Thursday and many of our timid youngsters breathed a sigh of relief. Bicycles for sale and rent. Repair work promptly attended to. J. P. Blake. The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. Allday, who live northeast o...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 August 1896

BATTLE WON BY lhE INSURGENTS. General Gome/ Veads in parson pnd ro&c* the Spanish. Eight hundred Span- ish killed and 1,000 wounded. Th* great victory is attributed to the fact that the insurgents have discovered that Dr. Saw- yar« Family Cure gives new life aud strength and purifies the blood. MRS. S. A. HATHAWAY. Having been treated by the best physi- cians, I went to the hospital at the corner of Wood and York Streets, Chicago, and grew worse. I weighed 90 pounds and began to use the Pastilles and gained 45 lbs. I can scarcely express the facts by saying that Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles for diseases peculiar to women saved my life. Jt~. c/ 0. 185Schuyler Ave., Kankakee, III A written guarantee to cure or money re- funded with every box. Prrce $1.00 per box. Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure cures in- digestion, biliousness, kidney difficulty and purifies the blood. A written guaran- tee to cure or money refunded with every dollar bottle. Prices, $1.00, 50c. and 35c. Sold by Marschall &...

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