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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 January 1896

f HONEY GROVE SIGNAL railway time-tables. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Easfbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m So. 32, Eastbonci Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p in SANTA FF~ Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves •••• 4:10 pm Arrives 5:50 p m "local notes. We learn there are of measles in town. a few cases -a fine ier- 3. M. L. For Sale orExchange- sey cow. Apply to Mi- Bryan . Messrs. W. N. Sadler and W. M Spelce shipped a carload of fat hogs to Fort Worth Wednesday. The finest, fattest fresh osyters in the city, served at Fritz Mes- serer's. Workmen are ready to begin building a new residence for Mr. J. S. Erwin nn the lot where his house was destroyed by fire a few weeks since. J. B. quar- Splendid axle grease at Barnett's, four boxes for a ter. ______ The Honey Grove Odd Fellows are thinking of building a lodge hall some time in the near future. The matter is now under consider- ation . Seed Oats at J. B...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 January 1896

lionet) irouc digital. SIGNAL PUB. CO., rROP'S., HONEY GKOYFa - TEXAS. A STATE BREVIAKV. Interest lug Items Gleaned and Arx-anged from tho Daily Press. A few days ago at Fort Worth in the Seventeenth district court, before Judge W. D. Harris, Frank Ware, who, it will be remembered, was given a life sentence for the murder of Mar- tin J. Black, the Fort Worth and Den- ver City locomotive engineer, by poisoning on July 1 last, withdrew his notice of appeal to the court of ap- peals and asked that sentence be passed upon him. This was promptly done by Judge Harris, and Ware now goes to the penitentiary for life. In ac- cordance with the agreement entered into by the state the indictment pend- ing against Mrs. Rosa Black, wife of the dead man and the self-confessed companion of Ware in the crime, wjjl now be dismissed. . ^ i A skull foundJ-^sraA'e^ Pil} in north jap^^^^^ffrates one of two things: - Either gravel strata form faster than is reckoned by geologists, or methods employed by d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 January 1896

W. UNDERWOOD, Pres. B. 0. WALCOTT, Vice Pres. J. A. PIERCE, 2d Vice. Pres. T. U. COLE, Cashier. J, A. UNDERWOOD, Asst. Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HONEY GROVE, TEX. °'S ';!* $125,800. Undivided Surplus, $85,000. RESERVE AGENTS. The National Park Bank of New York. The Whitney National Bank of New Orleans. St. Louis National Bank, St. Louis, Mo. American National Bank, Kansas City, Mo. Ad'nal Liability of Shareholders $125,000. With an ample capital and every desirable facility for the transaction of a banking basiness in all of its branches, we solicit the deposit ac- counts (large or small) of all classes who desire unquestionable security and prompt response to their dei mands. SHAREHOLDERS. W. Underwood, Young Burgher, M. A. Galbraith, T. U. Cole, C. W. T. Weldon, J. P. Pierce, B. O. Walcott, D. E. Taylor, John A. Pierce, J. M. Petty, T. W. Trout, J. B. McKee, Tom Randolph, J. A. Underwood, J. H. Gardner, W. A. Dial, U. T. Cole, B. M. Burgher, A. L. Wood, J. A. Kinkead, F. W. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 17 January 1896

SELFS ITEMS. J. F. and J. H. Gilbert have re- turned from their visit to Georgia. They say Texas is the best place 'fcney have seen yet. When a man ib once in Texas he will praise it above all other states. .Our stockmen J. A. Stdf and J. H Gilbert have gathered up a nice bunch of about 300 head of cows and yearlings. Jeff Newberry happened to the accident of getting his collar bone broken at school Friday in a game of ball. Misses Wilson and Adkins and young Mr. Adkins, of 1 igertown, were the guests of Mr. W. B Bell's family this week The youngsters enjoyed a nice plav party at the residence of W. J. Haden Friday evening. Miss Stella Self returned home from her visit to the Territory Tuesdav. We have quite an epidemic of grippe and tonsilitis among us at present. We are glad to report all that Were on our sick list last week Convalescent. A little child of Mr Price's hap- pened to the accident of getting a grain of pop corn in its ear one day this week. Mr. Frank Newberry is build...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 January 1896

HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday January 24, 1896, NO. 3Q WANTS, FOR SALE, RENT ETC. FOR S A LE-Horse and Buggy; cheap. Ap- ply to J. (.:. MeKinuey, At Texas & i'acific Depot. COAL— N. F. Miller has on hand first-class Colorado and Mc v lifter Coal, which he will deliver at the lowest market price. Seed oats Stock large and well-selected A t J. B. McKee & Cos. TT'ARMhRS-MAKE TIES-We pay 24 cents P per tie deli vered at Hnnev Oiove on G. C, « S F side truck. Inspection and cash pay once per month Kelly & Everest, Paris, Tex. HAY—A few tons of good black-land hay for sale. Apply to Gib Smi'h. OR SAL.E—The S. A. Erwin residence in Honey Grove. Will exeliauge for farm. Gross & Gross, ''OR SALE; MULES—One Spun fine work ___ Mules, 15M hands high; well matched in sTze and color; 4 years old For sale o;i good terms. Williamson, Blocker & Co F Fc size; ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements under this head subject to to the action of the Democratic party....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 January 1896

THE OLD RAG CARPET. MONG the memo- ries of childhood, is that of an old dame I used to visit with my mother. She was always seated in the midst of rags, the cast-off clothing of several generations, which she eternally cut _ into strips, sewed together, and wound into balls. In course of the transmigration of matter, these balls were woven into carpet more comfortable than artistic. However, as my mother said, no book could be written that would contain more of the family history than this carpet. With what pride old Aunt Sal- lie used to pick out the different bits. They had for her a human interest; memories of joys and pain, of journeys and rests, of comfort and pride and af- fection were associated with each threadbare shred. There was the last bit of an old blue coat, which had been buttoned over manly hearts as far back as the Revolu- tion; it had been the Sunday coat in whiah several generations of farmer lads had been made uncomfortable, and it had held its color almost to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 January 1896

*««*« * pt m. 'a The Personal Side Of George Washington Not the General nor President, but the lover, the man, the husband and neighbor. Three of such articles by General A. W. Greely, the famous Arctic explorer, will shortly begin-in the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL OVER 700,000 COPIES SOLD Ten Cents on Alt News-stands. One Dollar a Year W A NTPFI Agents to look after renewals and new TV /in I Li/ subscribers. Profitable employment offered. The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia COPYRIGHT, 1«9«, BY THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY ♦ A GREAT BIG PIECE OF 1 1 K FOR 10 CENTS Soap rfi£:£ 31 Is not Behind The Times. Neither are the women _■ who use it. Thous- : rggaan(js 0£ thrifty house- g keepers say that & Clairette Soap is an improvement on any soap S they ever used. Try it and compare results. % Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COHPANY, ST. LOUIS. 2o *seeae6e a0e&9863ce *« e#3& eette9S03eft*e THESE ARE QUEER FISH. Some Products of tlie Sea That Are Found In Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 January 1896

BOBEY (WE SIGNAL The Venezuelan commipsion has begun work by inviting both - Great Britian and Venezuela to 8jgnal Publishing Co., Publish'rs j furnish all evidence in their pos- J. H. Lo\vr\ , . . . Editor, session rela tive to the boundary GREATEST ON EARTH." Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. Entered at Hour class mail raattei Office of Publication Grove Postoffice as second- over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION! One Year fi oo 81 j: Months c>0 Three Months 35 strictly fn advance. PO BUR L ED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK, line between the two countries. It seems to be generally believ- ed in Washington that the United i States will soon recognize the I Cuban insurgents as belligerents. | With belligerent rights the iit- ——= j surgents would soon drive the Chicago captures the Demo- | haughty Dons from their beauti- cratic national convention. Julv j ful island and then breathe the i is the date fixed for holding the i pure air of freedom. convention. Mr. R. T. Caldwell, is book-keeper in the Fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 January 1896

t SIGNAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLES, TF.XA8 AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbouu'l Express leaves 2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 p m No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p <n SANTA FK. Leaves 9;25 am Arrives 11:55 a m Leaves 4:10 p m Arrives 5:5° P m LOCAL NOTES. A little child of Mr. P. P. Gib- son's died Monday morning. The little one was only two weeks old and died of croup. The finest, fattest fresh osyters in the city, served at Fritz Mes- serer's. There is a great deal of sickness among the children. A lew have measles and a very large number are suffering from lagrippe and bronchial affections. Splendid axle grease at J. B. Barnett's, four boxes for a quar- ter. _______ Mr. T. J. Conover has purchas- ed the M. C. Word farm near town, consisting of 82 1-2 acres. Consid- eration $3750. The sale was made by L. C. La Master Seed Oats at J. B. McKee &Cos. Geo. J. Boyle, who hap purchas- ed the Commercial hotel and takes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 January 1896

«■ Stmci) ®ro c Signal. SIGNAL PUB. CO., TROP'S., i HONEY GROYE, - - - TEXAS. A STATE BREVIARY. Interestiug Items Uleaned and Arranged from the Daily Press. A short time since a boy from an ad- joining- county applied for admission to the public schools at Decatur, his parents having- moved to Denton. When his application was filed it was after the schools had opened and the Enumeration taken and by a regulation of the local board he was refj^sed ad- mission. He applied to ty* state superintendent of public instruction and the case been decided in his favor, Superintendent Carlisle deciding that under a law enacted by the twenty- third legislature he was entitled to admission to the public schools in Den- ton, as he was living in Denton and had not made application to any other public school, Capt. Tom Williams, who was known to every man in Kockport, was found dead in his yatch near Panther Point, oh Matagorda Island, a few days ago. The unfortunate deceased, realizing that his las...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 January 1896

J. B. Barnett, — DEALER IN— HARNESS and Saddles Mars Buggy Harness, $4.75. Texas Saddles, 5.00. Blind Bridles, 40 cts. Wagon Harness, S7.00. English Saddles, 2.50. Collars,from 30c to 2.50. Also a large lot of Collars of all grades at greatly reduced prices. A large stock of Saddlery Hardware of all descriptions. Hames, Chains, Back-Bands, Halters, Combs and Brushes, Buggy Whips at all prices. Lap Dusters of all patterns. Call and examine my stock and I will save you money. Remember, I use the best material and guarantee all work. Re- member, also, that these goods were all manufactured before the advance in the price of leather. "Quick Sales and Small Profits1' is my motto. North- west corner of Square, Honey Grove, Tex. I have added a line of ' BUGGIES- ? 10 WAGONS ■nAhill sell them as ^^B^as they can be 0pugM<lariywhere. liters' National Bank ^ ?'■ I OF HOMEY GROVE, TEX., Gfei/pitsil, Sxxrjpl-uis, $75,000. 20,250. Joseph Meyer, President; J. M. Petty, 1st Vice President; W. A....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 24 January 1896

BONHAM NOTES. Countv court is grinding away at the usual rate. Criminal cases are now beiDg disposed of This is Honey Grove day and many of the toys, no doubt, will be up. The jury gave J. W. Webb a fine of $500 and a year in jail for as- saulting his wife. A telegram was received yester- day by the Halsell boys telling them of the death of their sister Mrs. Frank Owen at Greenville. She had only been married about three months. Dorset Carter. Esq., is now at Purcell, I. T. Several of Bonham's attorneys are in Sherman on the Tom Bean case. On Monday Capt. J. B. Lyle gave a dinner and banquet to (sev- eral of the old soldiers of the army of Northern Va. The other armies were also represented. A great many toasts were drank and re- sponded to. Semple, Chenoweth, Grace, Richardson, and Wiggins were among those whose eloquence touched many fountains of tears and caused them to gush forth. It iwas a grand aft'air. Sunday night some boys return- ed from the Nation where they killed a deer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 January 1896

• HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 5. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday January 31, 1896, NO. 31 WANTS, FOR SALE, RENT ETC. COAL —N. F. Miller has on hand first-class Colorado and McAliuter Coal, which he will deliver at the lowest market price. 'Ec.D OATS > Stock large and well-selected A t J. B. McKee & Cos. FARMERS—MAKE TIES—We pay 24 cents per tie delivered at Honey Giove on G. C, i 8 F side truck. Inspection aud cash pay once per month Kelly & Everest, Paris, Tex. AY---A few tons of g>>od black-land hay for H sale. Apply to Gib Smith. FOP: SALt—The S. A. Krwin residence in Honey Grove. Will exchange for farm. Gross & Gross, FOR SALE; MULES--One Span fine work Mules, 15>£ bands high; well matched in ATTEMPTED MURDEK. size and color; -4 terms. yoais old For sale on pood Williamson, Blocker & Co ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements under this head subject to to the action of the democratic party. For Sheriff. T H Liwrnnoe T J Hobbs For District Clerk Mack Watson For Count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 January 1896

P5-? Sonci) ®rooc Signal. SIGNAL PUB. CO., TROP'S., HONEY GROVE, - - - TEXAS. TEXAS NEWS NOTES. ARANSAS PASS'MOTTO "HERE EVERYBODY SHALL MAKE MONEY." Houston has a cock pit in full blast The Republicans split in Tyler county Whitecaps are issuing threats in Hill county. The Lipscomb rifles at Luling- have reorganize*'' All kinds of stock in Williamson county are la food condition. Wise county Populists will nominate a county ticket on March 12th. Farmers at Ring-gold, Montague county, will sow a large acreage to oats. The state school board has just bought $1000 of Edwards county bonds. The pension of John Herzing- Brack- efctville, Kinney county, has been in- creased. Eastland county has j ist redeemed a $1000 court house bond held by the school fund. The "Black and Tan" Republican state committee will meet at Dallas January 30. The dredge boat was sent from Ve< lasco to Quintana the other morning and put to work on the Brazos bar. Buck Chappell and Clem Strauther, convicted of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 January 1896

W. UNDER WOOD, Pres. B. 0. WALCOTT, Vice Pres. J, A. PIERCE, 2d Vice. Pres. Tc Ih COLE, Cashier. J. A. UNDERWOOD. Assi. Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HONEY GROVE, TEX. c"£ "* 8125,000. Undivided Surplus, $85,000. Ad'nal Liability of Shareholders^ 1^.0 5 uuui RESERVE AGENTS. The National I'aijk Bank of New York. The Whitney Matlonal Bank of New Orleans. Sliame on Thiem. All the sweet young- swells in Leav enworth, Kan., society who are mem bers of the lawn tennis elgk, have beer sued for $18.85 by a vul<®. man whc wants his money for fencing- in the tennis grounds. The girls are talking of giving oyster suppers to raise tb« money. A Lowdovrn Tlilef. Some rascal has stolen the bronz< plate off the tomb of President Monroe, in Hollywood cemetery, Richmond, Ya. It was done some time ago, but was only missed the other day. He's An Exception. Governor Lowndes, of Maryland, says: "I would not use the patronage of this office to advance my own per- sonal ambition^, or those of any o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 January 1896

Hflffif GROVE SIGNAL J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. iiutered at Hornby Grove Postoffice as secoud- clttus mail mattej. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION! Oue Year SI 00 ! Six Months f,o Three Mouths !!!. 35 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. 1 The fashion journals announce tliat bustles will he worn ag'iin this spring. Misfortunes come thick and fast. The Ladonia News and Com- mercial are now engaged in arack- —.—! et over the "new woman," and Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs ! there are "signs of blood on the face of the moon." The News man, who is a crusty old batchelor thinks the old woman good enough for anybody, and visions of raptur- ous rapture would fill his heart if some fair damsel would consent to his calling her "old woman." The Commercial man has an "old woman" and as man is never sat- isfied with his lot he is calling for the "new woman" and singing her praises with all his might. We would remind the boys that woman, whether she be old ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 January 1896

. flONEY GROVE SIGNAL. £ RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 31, Eastliound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:16 a m No. 32, Eastbouud Express leaves "2:44 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:57 pm 4 No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:33 p oi RANTA FK. /W Leaves 9:25 am Arrives 11:55 a m ■Leaves 4:10 pm Arrives. 5:50 p m LOCAL NOTES. k Mr. T. J. Gwal'ney has been quite sick all the week. Seed Oats at J B McKee & Cos. The little son of Mr. H. P. Jones has been very sick all the week. The finest, fattest fresh osyters in the city, served at Fritz Mes- serer's. Messrs. J. M. and W. A. Wil- liamson received twenty carloads of cattle from the west Wednes- day. They will feed the cattle at this place. Boys we have the hot stuff in samples for sp'ing suits. Call and see them at Williamson, Blocker & Co's. Messrs. Neag'e and Marr, black- smiths, are moving to Whitewright this week Barn for rent. Apply to F. A. Moore at T. & P. depot. ^ Eld. Clem has been preaching all the we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 January 1896

w sJenerai 3&arre'son ON ZfAe ^Presidential Office ¥ A striking article in the February issue of TJ/ie <J2czclies' J&ome ^ourncit Over 700,000 Copies Sold TEN CENTS A COPY. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR FOR SALE EVERYWHERE ¥ A (FPfli"Q W51 to l°°k after renewals and new sub- ® lJs VV ai1 lCU scribers. Profitable employment. The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia 3£?^£HSkegg™ PUB^l5HINO convRw Unlucky in health ? Here are emblems of good luck a a and BROWN'S IRON BITTERS. $200 FOR THE BIGGEST YIELD. I>nst year wo offered $3no for a suitable name for our oat wonder, Nameless Beauty. It was uuanlmtiusly hamed 8alzer's SIlvormLn#,Oats, and a regular bonanziSilvermlne It will prore to the farmer growing: it. Why, the bigg6«t yield in 1805 was 209 bush, pcracre. Such yield* iti&ke oatgrowinjf profitable at ten <;ents ajHishell Silvermiqp Is surely the Oat wonder of the cen- tury. Our catalogue grlve|li ftroBffjiqJnts of superiority over other Oat -sorts, and then glres a lon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 January 1896

Tired of It. A man named Aldrich gave away his crying- baby at Terre Haute the other day. His poor success in quieting1 the 5- child enlisted the sympathy and help of several women who were waiting for trains. Tired of hearing the baby cry the man said he would give it to any f>ne who would take it. One of the -A women accepted the offer and went off * with the child, the father neither ask- ing her name nor address. Nathan Brown, aged 80, one of the most rabid prohibitionists in Kansas, was arrested at Lawrence the other day for bigamy. He has several wives, and was courting a young girl, though he had not yet secured a divorce from the mother of twelve of his children, when his career as an under-study to Cupid was interrupted. Bottled Up! It certainly is disheartening to a pa- tient to find that the treatment he is g-iven for a disease is more disastrous than the disease itself. Such is the case, however, with the usual treat- ment given for diseases of the blood. Notwithstand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 31 January 1896

r petty pengilings. D W. Yarbrough and Thomas Irion returned a few days ajjo from their trip to Kansas. They report a pleasant trip. Rev. P. R. Eagleberger filled the ^pulpit here Sunday. We are sorry to say that W. M. Plemons is but little better at this ^writing. The two youngest boys of W. H. Giaves are quite sick with slow •fever. J K. Rihble's baby, reported in our last as being very low, died -Sunday and was buried at Forest ►Hill Monday. The bereaved par- ents have the sympathy of the en- tire community. Prof, and Mrs. Armstrong visited Honey Grove Saturday night and 'Sunday. F. VV. Fagg paid Windom a visit Saturday and Sunday. MisH Pattie Baughan is visiting friends in Blossom this week. A number of citizens of this J)lace have organized a stock com- joany and purchased a printing out fit; it won't be long until you can get the news from Petty through the columns of a newspaper. C. T. Griffith was taken with a eevere spell of grippe Sunday and is quite sick at this writing. ...

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