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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 December 1896

ALL JOB COMMERCIAL PRINTING PRINTING GROVE SIGNAL. HONEY NEATLY DONE OF ALL KINDS AT THE S AT THE NO. 38 Honey Grove, Texas, Friday December 4, 1896, VOL. 6. 4. * Fate's Iron Han't. In 1874 George W. Pendleton and his wife, Octavia Pendleton, were residing at the little town of Liverpool, Brazoria county, Tex- as. They had been married about three years. They were well fixed, financially, owning a large area of fine grazing lands adjacent to their home and sev- al thousand head of cattle. They were of congenial temperaments and lived happily together, and to increase their happiness there had come to them a bright boy. In the same village lived Guy Hinton, who was also the posses- sor of considerable wealth. Mr. Hinton was a sturdy, pushing fellow, and a man greatly es- teemed by his neighbors, but he was unhappiyly married. One morning Mr. Hinton rode up to Mr. Pendleton's house and told Pendleton he was going to Ye- lasco, about 20 miles distant and asked if he would go with him. ...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 December 1896

\ \ , - - ^ — -'-A. ■*.-— A.-—-—' •*- -'- - - ^—|T-—ffc— r- — —•—<A.— ^ «. gfc—A—« ——-** —-* ■—g* — ———— „< ....aTi—^—rfw . mm , mt——.a.— o WHO SAID. WE TOLD TOD SO? NOT US. We are disapointed in not getting Billy Bryan and more money, but by economiz- ing in all things, buying your goods from us, where you can get more for your money, making it go a long ways, we will be in shape to try them on four years hence. We are simply supplied with the Most Complete Stock Ever shown in Honey Grove, and we want your business, want it bad, no joke about it, and it will be greatly to your interest to come and see what we have to offer you before you buy your fall purchases. We are going to have some cold weather now, and to avoid the great rush, come and buy as early as you can. We have Shoes for everybody, from 50 Cents a pair up; Calicoes from 4 Cents to 5 Cents. The Very Best Goods made at 5 Cents. - - Men's Boots from $1 up. Shoes the same. Blankets are low down, and we want to get r...

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

/ Santa Claus Old-Time HEADQUARTERS. A 670 0 * French China, Japanese Ware, Silverware, Jewelry, Fine Clocks, Lovely Watches, Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Fine Papetrie, Beautiful Lamps, Fancy Work Baskets, Musical Instruments, Books of Poems, Standard Works of Fi ction, DolIs, Christmas Cards, Souvenir Spoons, In Fact Everything. Cet four Christmas Gifts Many thousand dollars worth of valuable articles suitable for Christmas gifts for the young and old, are to be given to smokers of Blackwell's Genuine Durham To= bacco. You will find one coupon inside each Mr. B. O. Walcott sold ten head of Norman horses at auction yes- terday. He has about forty head left which will be sold to-day and to-morrow. 3- two ounce bag, and two coupons inside each, four ounce bag of Blackwell's Durham. Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and read the coupon—' which gives a list of val- uable presents and how fj| to get them. Blackwell's Genuine DURHAM Tobacco Q32 RAILWAY TIME-TABLES, TEXAS AND PACIFIC. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 December 1896

\ BATTLE iron BY IhE INSURGENTS General Goratz Veads in pei*sosnd iXJ&i* ih<3 Spanish. Eight hundred Span- ish killed and 1,000 wounded. Ths great victory is attributed to the fact that the Insurgents have discovered that Dr. Saw ysis Family Cure gives new life and •>Afcf©ngth 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 Pastiiles and gained 45 lbs. I can scarcely express the facts by saying that Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles for diseases peculiar to women saved my lif JU a/, Q. 185Schuyler Ave., Kankakee, 111. A written guarantee to cure or money re« funded with every box. Price $1.00 per box. Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure cur^s 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 25c. APPLE BLOSSOM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 December 1896

* * / COMMERCIAL. i|= PRINTING OF ALL KINDS ivt the HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. ALL -IOR — printing • NEATLY DONE -at the- VOL. 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday December 11, 1896, NO. 39 SIGNAL OFFICE. MR. BRYAN'S BOOK. It's Title Attractive and the Preface Suggestive of Interest. Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 5.—A rep- resentative of the Associated Press learned to-day that the ti- tle of William Jennings Bryan's book is to be "The First Battle." In the preface he states his reas- ons for writing the work in the following words: "The campaign of 1896 was a remarkable one, whether we measure it by the magnitude of the issues involved or by the depth of interest aroused. I have been led to undertake the present work by a desire, felt by myself and expressed by others, to have the more important incidents of the campaign put into permanent form for the convenisnce of those who have taken part in the con- test and for the use of those who shall hereafter desire to review the struggle. The amount of work do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 December 1896

jlWf—i i nMfc .lAfc artw.ni i ii^ n arffrh ^AM"~ ^Jhi <iM).i aiwbfc rfAfc rfft* rfnfri ^Jw i^^i iMi rfl^i <1*^ i«1^ba rilfoii WHO SAID, WE TOLD YOU SO? NOT We are disapointed in not getting Billy Bryan and more money, tout by economiz- ing in all things, buying your goods from us, where you can get more for your money, making it go a long ways, we will be in shape to try them on four years hence. We are simply supplied with the Most Complete Stock Ever shown in Honey Grove, and we want your business, want it bad, no joke about it, and it will be greatly to your interest to come and see what we have to oiler you before you buy your fall purchases. We are going to have some cold weather now, and to avoid the great rush, come and buy as early as you can. We have Shoes for everybody, from 50 Cents a pair up; Calicoes from 4 Cents to 5 Cents. The Very Best Goods made at 5 Cents. - - - Men's Boots from $1 up. Shoes the same. Blankets are low down, and we want to get rid of them. In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 December 1896

assat^samaes^saomsssisms 3 ?_s.a.daiiev;d 1 orv«i c.k.ohwje.'* o'oks Santa Claus' OSd-Tiroe HEADQUARTERS, A 670& French China, Japanese Ware, Silverware, Jewelry, Fine Clocks, Lovely Watches, Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Fine Papetrie, Beautiful Lamps, Fancy Work Baskets, Musical Instruments, Books of Poems, Standard Works of Fiction, DolIs, Christmas Cards, Souvenir Spoons, In Fact Everything. Get Your Christmas Gifts Free two ounce bag, coupons inside each four ounce bag of Blackwell's Durham. Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and read the coupon— which gives a list of val- uable presents and how to get them. m Many thousand dollars worth of valuable articles suitable for Christmas gifts for the young and old, are to be given to smokers of Blackwell's Genuine Durham To= bacco. You will find one coupon inside each and two genuine return JPERSOWAI RAILWAY TIME-TABLES* TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m Ho. 32, Eastboun-1 Express leaves 3:16 p m ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 December 1896

VICTORY FOR McXlRLEY. 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 D«\ Sawyer's Family Cure is tho unanimous choice of the people is because it makes the weak strong and vigorous 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 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 peculiaj to wome^ Price, 00 per box. ion City, til. AN EVENING GUEST. An angel came at close of day From places fair and far, His garments trailing dim and gray Against the evening star. As sapphire stone his ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 December 1896

ALL JOB OF ALL KINDS a.t the HONEY GROVE SIGNAL PRINTING O W NEATLY DONE -AT THE- VOL* 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday December 18, (896, NO. 40 SIGNAL OFFICE. PEOPLE GO TO CHURCH. Ke go to church just for a walk, |ie to stare, to laugh and talk, go there to meet a friend, i their idle time to spend, Jor general observation, Jfor private speculation. to seek or find a lover, [ a courtship to discover, there to use their eyes, fewest fashions criticise, (to show their own new dress, their neighbors to assess. |o&can a robe or bonnet, |o price the ribbons on it. learn the latest news, lends at home they may abuse. }) gossip false and true, within the sheltering pew, there to please the squire, ^daughter to admire, 'parson go to fawn, lounge and some to yawn, ' claim the parish doles, bread and some for coals, jause it's thought genteel; [court their pious zeal, ! show how sweet they sing, [jw sweet their voices ring, preacher go to hear, roice to praise or jeer, l^ess^to iiavpiore; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 December 1896

WHO SAID. WE TOLD YOU SO? NIT We are disapointed in not getting Billy Bryan and more money, but by economiz- ing in all things, buying your goods from us, where you can get more for your money, making it go a long ways, we will be in shape to try them on four years hence. We are simply supplied with the Most Complete Stock Ever shown in Honey Grove, and we want your business, want it bad, no joke about it, and it will be greatly to your interest to come and see what we have to offer you before you buy your fall purchases. We are going to have some cold weather now, and to avoid the great rush, come and buy as early as you can. We haye Shoes for everybody, from 50 Cents a pair up; Calicoes from 4 Cents to 5 Cents. The Very Best Goods made at 5 Cents. - - - Men's Boots from $1 up. Shoes the same. Blankets are low down, and we want to get rid of them. In Clothing we are simply in it; the best Stock that we have ever shown, and by far lower in price. The largest and most superb line of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 January 1897

0NEY GROVE SIGNAL. Honey Grove, Texas,, Friday January 29, 1897, NO. 45 ALL JOB bvPRINTINOsD NEATLY DONE -at the- I iiNtitu5fe', I'jroceipdiiias. ipording tic announcement, institute, Section 1, met Jan. School build- e'l cialled to or- 91 AM MOTH nvsnv FARM. JlHchiHC!' Thn( < (>HN lit Oi ' WiS8 Jli'k limf. 400 I in the Pub it Honey G |e meeting ^ j>y the cond Morris was I idi|ct 3r and Miss elected secre- m enroLlij [resent, the i meet at t ^was spenjb itions o th% Lent of the meeting ad- jie City Hail, in attend- he differ- >ey Grove lock a large le City Hail Is of the dif- |ev. Taylor, the devel- 5s character Si days of the | influence of, 30 mm unity," interesting [Hall, Parker se connection Iween the city lis" by Prof. '"The present county pub- Jt. F. M. Bral- Iresting. larks made by [rof. Smith, the to meet the it 9 o'clock. called to the jject, "How I |i an interest opened by J. |.ssed by the ltnte. ich courtesy ly pupils," [very syste- ^ng manner )wed by an liss ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 January 1897

Greeting 1897. We have finished another year anc! Greet you with an Honorable Past, an Envious Present, and. a Glorious Future, And will guarantee each and every one the same Courteous Treatment, you have always received at our hands. And will main- ^ tain our good reputation for selling the Best Goods for the Least Money. We assure you that we appreciate your past business and solicit same for 1897. WUUMSOK BLOCKEf '& CO. i NORTH SIDE SQUARE. E 81 Signal Publishing Co., Publishes J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- ■jlass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION! One Year $1 00 Six Months 6(3 Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. It seems to be generally under- ^d that the present Congress knact a bankrupt law. legislature on Monday kill- (bill to prevent base ball r on Sunday,and the sports felling themselves hoarse aeir victory. The legislative committee in a contested election case has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 January 1897

The highest claim for other tobaccos is "Just as good as Durham." Every old smoker knows there is none just as good as Ufackweii's BUI DURHAM SmsliaJIitott® Yon will find one coupon inside each two ounce bag, and two cou- pons inside each four ounce hag of Blackwell'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. «j8 i I RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 p m No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p cn santa fe. Leaves. 9:25am Arrive,i. Leaves.. Arrive* 11:55 a m 4:00 pm 5:50 p m ANNOUNCEMENTS. V o S. B. Garrett is a candidate for City Marshal. Subject to the action of the democratic -primary. W. B. Leeman is a candidate for the office of City Marshal. Subject to the action of the democratic primary. J. H. McClure is a candidate for City Marshal. Subject to the action ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 28 January 1897

/ BATTLE ffM BY InE INSUBOENTS. General Gomti nds in ps?5<"'< and itttti* the Spanish. Eight hundred Spai* Ish killed and 1,000 wounded. Th« great mctory is attributed to the fact that the insurgents have discovered that Dr. Saw-' yar's Family Cure gives new iife aad 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 Pastiiles 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/, 0. 185Schuyler Ave., Kankakee, III A written guarantee to cure or money re« funded with every box. Price $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. <S,l 00. 50c. and 25c. THE SILLIEST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 February 1897

m* COMMERCIAL I > "4^ PRINTING OF ALL KINDS -AT THE- HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday February 5, 1897, NO. 46 BLRGK DEVILS, An Old Negro Murdered By his Son and Another Black Brute, Near Dial. The Victim Was Brained, His Throat Cut and His Body Burned to Ashes For ways that are dark and deeds that are hellish the sable descendants of wicked Ham can give the heathen Chinee trumps and then beat him two to one Near the little village of Dial a crime was committed Saturday night that goes far toward prov- ing the doctrine of total deprav- ity. In the edge of Lamar coun- ty, about 200 yards from the Fan- nin county line, lived, soli- tary and alone, Ed Yeagan, a ne- gro about 50 years of age. His two sons, Tom and Will, lived near,but there was very little filial affection or parental feeling exist- ing between sons and father. Sat- urday afternoon the old negro and his son Tom had a difficulty over the division of some property and the son hit the father with a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 February 1897

/ \ / \ 7 \ H M / \ / \ ii ►W< / \ / \ M H ►><< LEADERS IN LOW PRICES. II, BLOB & CD. DFT GOODS. ■ GKOcepies. NORTH SIDE SQUARE. •« SI Signal Publishing Co., Publishes J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- }lass mail matter. Office of Publication oyer Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year #1 22 Six Months ®<? Three Months 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Since Mrs. McKinley's inau- guration gown is to be a brocade of silver, it is in order to inquire whether it was made by interna- tional agreement. The United States Senate re- cently passed 104 pension bills in 95 minutes. It is safe to say that the amounts thus approriated represent far more than 104 days of toil and many gallons of sweat from the oppressed tax payers. The twenty-fifth legislature, like all of its predecessors, is do- ing more talk than actual work. About twenty days of the session are gone and very little actual business has been transacted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 February 1897

\. \ \ 1 YOU1?, " ' H THE CITY COUNCIL. Nothing BUTTHE GENUINE % You will find one coupon inside each two ounce bag and two coupons inside each four ounce bagof Blackwell'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. jjfSffift-Mj RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m flanta fe. Leaves..... 9:25am Arriven 11:55 a m Leaves 4:00 pm X.rrlve^ 5:50 p m ANNOUNCEMENTS. -o- I S. B. Garrett is a candidate for City Marshal. Subject to the action of the democratic nrimarv. W. B. Leeman is a candidate for the office of City Marshal. Subject to the action of the democratic primary. J. H. McOlure is a candidate for City Marshal. Subject to the action of the democratic primary. B. H. Myers is a candidate for City Marshal. Subject to the actio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 5 February 1897

\ iCTDRT FOB MCKINLEY. The reason why Major McKinley is thr unanimous choice of the people is becaus- they believe that his views on tariff, mone; and government are correct. The reasoL why Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure i* tbr unanimous choice of the people is becaus U makes the weak strong and vigorous 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 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 peculiar to worae^ Price. J1. AO per box. ;on City, III. THE SONG OF THE OX WAGON. ble to pay the native troops, let i lone foreign ones. That was enough 0 make the hungry Circassians an- •;ry, was it not? A li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 February 1897

commercial i, ^PRINTING# OF all kinds -AT THE IjniT i t nnr Tf!Ti HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 6. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday February 12, 1897. NO. 47 all job. PRINTING XD neatly DONE AT THE ICE. Wm. J. BRYAN IN HONEY GROVE. Well might the Boy Orator of the Platte have repeated the words of Coesar—VeniVidiVici— when he took leave of the people of Honey Grove. Mr. Bryan has visited many cities, towns and hamlets in these United States and has been royally received at every place, but surely no people ever extended a warmer greeting than the citizens of Honey Grove. To be sure larger numbers have met him, but a greater per cent, of the population ne'er joined in a reception and welcome to any man. Few men, women or chil- dren are there in Honey Grove who have not grasped the hand of this beloved American. grounds surrounding were filled with an innumerable host like i g SALMAGUNDI, unto the throng that Old John Thursday morning a telegram was received by Mr. T. D. Bloys from Mr. Bryan, st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 12 February 1897

MUNICIPAL ROTTENNESS. TO AID THE CHURCH. -ik- jtr~ The Largest and Best Line of Wash Dress Cood Ever Brought to Honey Grove at WILLIAMSON, BLOCKER & GO'S. The best percales made. We are showing kq new styles of 36 inch English Percales. A beautirul line of tailor-made suiting in all the fancy colors High art Draperies and Scotch novelties that are beauties. In silks we have all the late styles consisting of fancy trimming, waist and dress silks r?ill h invpif Snhie ' ,sure',^ new tJling. Just out in all the delicate shades. A full line of fancv'creoe silks An'thlUn P"^' >vhl-teiind blac|<- In trimming silk all the latest colors and designs All the new styles in fancy colored silk laces, including the new color Champagne The newest patterns m fancy Embroidered Chiffons, just the thingfor waist trimmings etc The best line of Negligee Shirts in the city. The celebrated Con's hranH Poll in^ *1. they are the numbers" and you will have to see them to appreciate them. ' ^ lem' k ...

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